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A REMEDY FOUND AT LAST J
It Will Cure Your Cough !
It Will PreTent and dire Consumption.
That Cough, which ve are- riealrs-lln;, saajr
reenlt in fatal 'oiiun:pni. if same
promni Kemrily i not rd. Why
starriflrr- vonr life vrhr-D yoar
liK-eme can lie cared so
stick, ami at
mail a rant ?
mat tt tht Valtu qf Money When mipared t Health.
Allen's Lung Balsam
Is warranted to break up the mo- shronbleso-oe Confrh
in a tncredihtf ftbort time. Toere-s no ramedy that
can show mo evidence of real merit than this BAL
SAM for curing CosrHPTIOM, CoCOfift, CoLDe,
Akteva, Caorp, Ac,
I is only alout wven years wince the Balsam was first
offered to the public : and in this short time fat has be
come known and appreciated in nearly every town and
Ulace thronfthout the Unltod States and fee Domin
ion of Canada. Hundreds of thousands of bottles are
annually aold, and thousands of wi&ies testify to ita
1 neqnafed power in hesiine; the diseases that it is
reoom mended foe
Allen's Lung Balsam
"WHAT THJ DOCTORS SAT.
Amos Woolly, M. I., of Kosciasca Co., led., says:
For three years past I have used Allen's Luna; Bal
sam extensively in my practice, and I am satisfied
there is no better medicine for Inns; diseaeee in use..'
Isaac A. Doran, M. D., of Ixurao Co., C, says:
Allen's Jttrajr Balsam sot only sells rapidly, bat fores
ei-foot saui action in every ease within my knowledge.
LsTtnjr con fir pace in it, and knowing that it poseesaea
a,aab.e medicinal prniertiea, I freely use it in my
daily practice, and with unbounded euro-.-. As an
Tpeetorant, it in most certainly far ahead oi any
prcpsxauoo 1 bars ever yet
It U Barmhu tm th want ZkltcaU Child !
IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM IN ANY FORM
It is Sold by Medicine Dealer, lieaerally !
CaB for" ATXFJTS IXTSQ B ALS AM," and ahnn the
ttseof any other Balsam. UnDrincirAed men may de-
cnire you with worUiless preparationa,
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM !
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
crscism ATI, o.
2f Sold bv all Ttledicine Sealers.
Tlie Lexaoai of CataLre,
Torpor to the characteristic of winter. Vegetation
dies or faHs into a state of trance. The whole aspect
of tn.pim.t. nature teaches ns that then is a par
alyzing influence in the air, and otto- t to teach ns that
our bodies require an mcrease of vital power to eon
tend with it. Some of even the warm-blooded ani
mals bury themselves in the earth and remain in a
state of partial stupefaction until the season is over,
and the elixir of the spring sunshine stimulates their
--r blood, and feat ores their vigor. But man,
although be feels the influence of the eeason,can pro
tect himself against its inclemency. He has fuel to
warm him externally, and out tone and strengthen
his internal organization, and endow it with an extra
amount of vitality which the circumstance require.
Of all inTigorants that have been recommended for
thto purpose, Hostetterw Stomach Bitten Is the
per t and the best. Fortified by the dally use of
this wholesome vegetable tonic, the human system
may defy the chiDB and damps of winter in any lati
tude. Its effect is to promote a briek and regular
circulation of the blood, and activity in all the
secretive organs. Without the slightest tendency to
produce fever, it imparts a healthful glow to the sur
face, and stimulates the exterior Teasels to discharge,
in the form of gentle perspiration, the useless mat
ter eliminated from the blood. Thus the system is
kept tmclogged. Fever and ague, bffionaness, indi
gestion and colic, all of which are the common con
sequences of the searching dsmps and low tempera
ture of winter, may be avoided as well as cured) by
coarse of this genial tonic and alterative.
Family Medicine Cases
DOCTOR, WHAT CAW YOU DO FOR MI
I have eott. a fanflr, a rood deal of siclraew, th.
doctor comes often, aad hia bilta are not liicbt: and is
these times I should be grratinod to have less sickness
and lighter bill, in this direction, if consistent with the
WeU, my friend, I can do a rood deal for yon. I ean
send yon one of our Family Oases or Homozpatbic
Specifics, which has a small book of directions, giving
a description of all the varioaa,diseases whioh yon ean
treat profitably, aad full directions for nse, fririnc; the
medicines, diet, etc The variona specifics are ail
marked and labeled, s. yon need not be at a loss which
to Rive in a particular case, and the directions are so
plain and simple that you need- not go astray. With one
of these cases, you or your wife will tie able to meet and
arrest three-fourths of all the cases of illness which
occur in your famiiy. Yon can do this, because yon so.
the sick child or patient at onoe, and lonr before the
- doctor would be called, and thus meet the sickness with
the proper remedy at once, and before it naa become
serioas. In naing these simple snd yet effective medi
cines, also you avoid drugging the iftJBil and thus
weaenVing tlie system, and laring trd si of fu
ture disease. Yon also are thus jtf dicate
those tendencies to chronie tliv E t in so
n any families and individuals: 6 'Gout,
Consumption, etc By the use, fro: 1. iv. ss oc
casion requires for sueh ailments or W-.4ccnr, of
the proper specific, not only is tb. eT.s "ing disease
cured, but the foundation, so to speak, of subsequent
and grave chronie dines sos is removed. - The eons,
quenoe is that the whole family iriprove in health, have
less and less sickness from year to year, have more vigor
and better constitutions, and thus gradually yon work
oat from under the hand of disea. and doctor. Just
the reverse of this is true, under old school treatment,
Kvery villainous dose of medirise psves the way for
another, on. visit ot the doctor often necessitates snot It
er, and a good thorough old-eehool doctor can make
f'atiente enough in the first ten years of his professional
If a, to keep him busy for the balance of his da vs.
- These wrecks of men, msde tr the abas, of calomel,
blue-mass, quinine, iodine, opium and potassium, are
the harvest fields of doctors. 60 my friend get oat of
this way of doctoring. Get a ease of Specifics, and
doctor yourself snd family wh sn yoa can, and when J on
must have a doctor, send for the most reliable one in
your reach, and yon will soon have sickness and doctors
rare visitors at yowr honse.
This is no fancy sketch. No mere windy promise
Thousands hsve done so, and you may do likewise. The
amount involved in the expe.ijnent is not large, and the
attempt well worth a trial.
"' ' FAJITLY CASES
Of 3-"i reftO large vinls, niwraM-c or rose
wood rasp, contnininar a tpecilic tor
every ardinarr disease a fnmily is sab-
lect to. aad books ef slirectior.....
From S10 to 833
gmitler Family and Traveling eases, with 90
to 3 vials from i3 to 38
Specifies for all Private Disesu.es, both for
( 0110.: and for Preventive treatment, in vials
and pocket eases From 82 to 85
fsres Rsris, Brainee, I.n.neacs, Soreness,
rMre Tbrtral. Sprain, Too. ha.-hc. Lornefae,
nralg:itt, ItueamaiiNm, Innilinjro, Piles,
lioils. stinas. Sore Kycs, llleedisa af the
I.mitTs, Now, Stomach, ar of Piles, Corns, UU
ecru, Old Sores.
Price, ti z, 50 cents. Pints, 81-tXh Quarts,
TBesB remedies, exospt Past's EXTRACT, by
the ease or single box. are sent to any part of the coun
try, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt of the
ALL LETT BS MtTBT BE ADDBESSKD
Homawpatliie Medicine Ceannnjir.
Office aad Depot, No. Broadway, New York.;
FOB SALE SY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WhoTjEH ale Aqektr. K. Bornhsm A Sen, Hurlbnrt
A Edsall, Van Schaack- Stevenson a Reid, Chicago, IU. ;
.lenks A Gordon, Su Paul, Minn. : Rrown. Webber A
Graham, Su .xmis, Ma. ; Farrand Sheley 4 Col, Detroit,
James Clark's Feuials P1II3
Those InTXituble Pilli are imfaJ.lnr In the cure of nil
thoce painful and daiur-Toaa disease to which the
female constitation is sabjeot. The DKKlenite all ex
eases and re more ail obETfacuoaMrom whaterer cause.
TO BTARRIED LADIES
Tb are parficnlarfj- milled. They will ta a short tuive
brine on the monthly period with resrularirj'; and
slthomrh verj powerful, contain Bothinjrfiirtfat to lUe
consti'ation. In all case of N"ervo;is and ?4iol Affec
tions, Pain., in the Back and Limbs, Fatis-oe on aliirht
exfrtion. Palpitation of the Haert, I yi erics and
Whites, they will effect a core when al m-tier means
hare failed. The pamphlet around each pickaxe has
fall directions ana advice, or will be scat free to all
writing for it, sealed from ot-eerratioiL.
J oh Mo-- Sir Janes Clarke's Female Pills are n
tensiTelj CtrxTERPEnTD. The rennine has the name
of "JOB MOSES" oa each package. All oihers axe
N. B. In sj oases where the Qrtmsnt cannot be ob-
ained. One DollAr. with th fiitcvn Amu. 1nr nt.tju
enclosed to the sole proprietor, JOB MOSES, 19 Cort
ltswe, New York, Vlllinsure a bottle of the gen-
, eontainins; Fifty Pilla, by return mail, securol
ed-from any knowledge of ita eontenle.
scale from any trnofTledflre of ita eontenle.
fll ..1 ae a ' m v.l.
! If'Ixf lrTA i feMtai
Of Flower and varet able Seeds, and
fcU.nMKR FLOWEillMJ BULBS,
'11 be re-dy ,'nr mailine br the midilsof .TannarT.nit-
. with.tAnjiiQjt our R-ret loss o. 1700. pater, enrrviQs,
r the.fire which detrojed toe J.b Printios OiEce
e. the Rocnoster I'rmcral tk mltfim:r.- on ,n, eveoinjr
nfii h December. 170. it will be prin-e'l on most sle-
fiat ncwunted psner, and iilustrnted iritii nwiv
Five Hundred Oriirinrl KiTsrraTiccs,
And two finely oxecnted Celnred liates spec i men a for
all of which wore irrowa bv eirselves the past season
snd from our own stock of Seeds, in tlie originalitr,
execution and extent of th3 KnKmrinys it is nnllAe
snd eminently so peri iw to anr otlier Catalogue or
"Floral Ou.de" exiant.
The Catelorue will consist of 113 Pae?.nd as soon
aa published will be s?nt free to all who ordered Seeds
from ns by mail the last season. To others a charge ot
lh Cent, n.r mnr wiTI h m.i.o wliti-K 1. m.!1. nn
on the evening
" on most ele- '
as to tuslrv and eitaat of stock, Diseonats and Fre-
Oar Colored 4'hri. fir l7l,
Willbe ready to sendoutrbout tiie lsto: January. The
fJhroroo will represent F..rty-two Vi.rieti"s of the nM
showysnd popular Flosrers, of nut-iral eii- sud color.
Vt'e desipn to ra; lie it the best Plate OI 1 1 wvrp er. r is-
sued. Sise, ln2i inches. The retail v.ine sonld be at
J" Two iKiiiars; ws niisii, however furnish i to cos.
t-nners at 75 cents per com-, and shrill oTt i as a Pre-
m:um upon orders for Seeds. See Cat iloene whonout
liRIiis dfc BRflTMEK, Recbewtcr, V.
I I!r'AHf.7pS efil'rffii iTiNG1'.. a-
E B The best and clicuissl faiuily bewine liMliinc U
,'inVvsnv rtv tnir a rrt
B iston, Mass,, Pitt bitnrh, Pa., Chicai!o, Ili, or
UNDER THE ROSE.
BY L. P. LIPPINCOTT.
She thlnkeththee dead, 0 rose t
Though thy withered petal dm,
Though thy bloom bo dead
And thy perfume fled,
Tet dosru m thy heart,
Which I tor. apart,
I lined a thought that was thy tool 1
A thonffht that leaped my heart', control.
More paaskmat. and sweet and true
Than aweetest rose that .ver grew.
She flingeth thee by in acorn I
Ah ! withered, faded, forlorn.
Did she know . true heart 'a fat.
With thine was made incorporate T
Well, be It ao!
Bo mine the shadow, hen the thine,
On life1! dim path I thought dirine
An hour ago.
One more look at the face ao fair ! .
One more thought of the grace ao rare 1
One laat good-uiffht, one last good-by I
We keep our secret, thon and I
let ua !
Geography of the Sea-Bed.
At a late meeting of the Royal Geo
graphical Society, Capt Sherartl Os
born, K. N., gave an account of our
present knowledge of the configuration
of the bed of the ocean, aa derived
from Admiralty surveys and submarine
telegraph expeditions during the last
fifteen years. His explanations were
Uustrated by a number of excellent
diagrams shewing the transverse sec
tions of the North Atlantic and of the
Indian Ocean, and longitudinal sec
tions of the North and South Atlantic
and the Mediterranean. The first gen
eral feature pointed oat was the ab
sence from the sea-bed of those great
and abrupt inequaleties which distin
guish the surface of the land, and the
softer undulations and greater level
were attributed by the author chiefly to
the plaining action of currents. So
.level is the bottom of the Indian
Ocean that Captain. Halpin, in laying
the Indian Cable, stated that lor
hundreds of miles there was no varia
tion in the dynamometer of the cable's
descent, and that it could have been
laid at the full speed of the Great
Eastern. Another important, general
fact that had resulted waa the proof of
the error of all former statements of
verv creat depth of the ocean. No
depth had been found greater than two
thousand nine hundred fathoms (seven
teen thousand four hundred feet) It
was true the Pacific hod not been in
vestigated, but a number of soundings
had been taken in the North Pacific,
and they showed a maximum depth of
less than three thousand fathoms. The
author entered into details regarding
the valleys of enormous breadth and
length that had been established as ex
isting in the Atlantinc and Mediter
ranean, and also described the subma
rine plateaus and the temperatures at
different depths. He concluded by ex
pressing the thanks of scientific men
and others to Admiral Richards, hydro-
grapher to the Admiralty, under whom
the recent great progress in deep-sea
soundings bad been earned out.
Prof. Huxley expressed his dissent
from the author of the paper with re
gard to the great difference alleged to
exist in the surfaces of the sea-bed and
of the land a difference which, he con
tended, would not appear, if both were
drawn on a true scale, lnis, however.
only applied to the great general fea
tures of the surface; it took no account
of the minor irregularits, which on the
land were caused by the corroding ac
tion of rain and rivers. A recent dis
covery had shown that the most char
acteristic organisms of the deep sea
bed, named coecoliths and cocco-
spheres, existed at all depths, even in
shallow shore waters, and were also
found fossil in sedimentary rocks of all
epochs; a discovery of great interest, as
confirming the view of the uniform eon
ditions of submarine deposits in all
ages of the earth's history. He was
opposed to the view that the animals
found living in the dark regions
of the lowest sea depths de
pended for light on the phosphorescence
of some of the species, and saw no
reason for concluding that they could
not exist without light. He also doubt
ed the accuracy of the very low tem
perature found at very great depths,
and thought that those taken in the
Indian Ocean might be explained by
the fact that they were taken with ther
mometers not rectihed for pressure.
He concluded by giving warm praise to
the British Government for the great
work they had encouraged in these
deep sea surveys, and maintained that
they had been unjustly assailed for
their refusal to aid in furthering science.
which they were ready to do wherever
a good case was made out for their giv
Mr. Gwyn Jeffrys was convinced from
the soundings he had himself taken.
that there were great inequalities in
the bed of the .North Atlantic. In one
case the same dredgings gave depths of
1,055 and of 740 fathoms. In the same
sea gravel was very widely spread over
the bottom, and there were often ex
tremely rough flints, which he thought
would be dangerous to submarine
cables. Many of the animals he had
dredged up from the great depths were
amply provided with organs of sight,
showing that light was there existent.
The submarine cable of the Mediter
ranean was subject to the attacks of
boring animals, a moluse and a crusta-
Capt." Sherard Osborn concluded the
discussion by adducing as farther proof
I the level nature of the deep sea bed.
the fact that the grapnels used to re
cover the severed cable of 1865 (only
two inches in thickness) swept across
the bottom for more than a hundred
miles, and, in crossing the cable,
scarcely ever failed to hook it, which
could not have happened had there been
abrupt inequalities of surface.
Lake Stjpebiob Silver Mines. Our
latest dates from the mines on Silver
Island to the 2d of December, report
that everything and everybody connect
ed with the f rue colony were in good
condition, and settling down to a course
of work which, if carried on until
spring, will determine the value of the
silver ore consisted of 16 barrels, and
was taken out, our reporter says, in six
hours, by 28 men. The pit on the
course of the lode was down, on the 2d
of December, about 18 feet below the
level of the lake, and the "show" on the
bottom was said to be good. The tug
uattie v inton, wmcn lett this port on
the 4th of November; for Silver Island,
l - a e. t . " i i , i
""S " iw a rait, oi wmoer, naa noi
put in 8U appearance UP to the 2d of
, ff , , L'
iecemoer. iiovgnmn uazeizc.
The discussion of the Methodist Book
Committee on the question of the ad
journment of the in vesti (ration till the
meeting of the General Conference was
continued till a late hoar Thursday af-
ternoon. Ihe Uommirte met again in
executive session Friday forenoon, and
after a general debate it was decided
that the investigation of the charges
against Dr. Lanahan by the Book Com
mitter should end. The resolution to
that effect was carried by 10 to 5. A
rerxH-t vras received by the Committee
1 . . rnnn .1. 1 .3
U11Q i" 1 1 IT 11 11 CAJJlOiJlllU U1C AZSttJ SUUIU
taken, and giving reasons for a discon
tinuance of the trial At one o'clock
a recess was taken, after which several
changes were made in the language of
Indigestion, depression of spirit, and
general debility 111 their VaTlOUS foiTOS :
also, as a preventive against fever and
ague, end other intermittent fevers, the
Fprrr-PlinKnVinrtoil nivi'w r,t CaV,
r erro-A llOSpnoratea iUlIir OI KjtliX-
RTa,Ss,mnae by CfSWcll, Hazard & Co..
X'A X" 1. 1 t j i n j -a
iNeV7 lorli, Una Bold by all druggists, IS
the best tonic, and as a tonic for pa-
... . -v,"i'-
IlentS reoOVonn"; from fever Or Other
sickntws, it has no eqna!.
Ir w a remarkable fact that the first
name tlravm from the jnrr box in
btil Ugh ton, MaSS , f Or the trial of MO.
. 1, . .....1 , i - ,f .
ran, the murderer, waa
C, Packard, his victim.
TIJb Vt AlAlltU.
The Snow Storm—The Wheat Market—
Pork Packing—Business Failures—
Chicago, Jan. 21. 1871 The lata snow
storm the most severe that has occurred here
for Tears has proved a serious interruption
to business. The delavs of freight trains
much more protracted "than the stoppage of
passenger trains have been quite embarrass
ing to the public Bat mild weather, the open
ing o the usual thoroughfares, and the re
sumption of travel and trade have re to red
our wonted activity, and Chicago looks like
herself again, at this season, save that there
is an nnusnsi quantity of snow and slush. The
freezing sleet did some damage to the trees,
and farther south was quite destructive. The
storm extended over a larger region of coun
try than usual, and the amount of snow-fall
was almost unprecedented.
THE WHEAT MARKET.
Has been quite active the past week, No. 3
selling for ti.22li an advance of about 20
cents in a month. The receipts are small,
but next week will probably show a large in
Has been very active through the season up
to the time of the January thaw, when it at '
most entirely ceased. But it is being re
numed again, with a large supply of live hogs, i
Thus far there has been a large increase on
last season in th number of hogs packed, and
about twelve per cent, increase in weight.
But prices have ruled much lower than last
The number of fail ares here has been larger
than was anticipated six weeks ago. But they
have been chiefly of that class of houses that
have 'been weak, or embarrassed, for seme time,
though their condition was not known to the
feneral public. Some of them were expected,
ut few were a general surprise. One cause
of failures aside from the stringency of the
money market and the partial failure of crops
the past season is the exorbitant prices of
rents, in some cases absorbing all the profits
and part of the capital of the merchants. We
shall get down to hard pan and ante-war prices,
bv and bv, and have fewer fluctuations in the
prices of everything. But not until we have a;
return to specie payments.
The volume of trade, despite the complaints
of hard times, has been greater than ever be
fore, but business men represent that their
sales nave Dean maoe at small pronta, one
house assuring me that on sales of iSOO.CKX),
since July, they ha4 not made a cent This,
however, may be an exceptional case. But
the gonera margin of profits has undoubtedly
been quite low, though the larger houses have
done a very satisfactory trade.
There have been large preparationa for an
increased trade the coming season, many new
and capacious stores having been erected for
that purpose the past year, or will be complet
ed in season lor the spring trade, mere u a
marvelous energy and elasticity in the Chicago
business man. He may be disappointed in
this direction, or in that. Bnt hope springs
eternal in his breast, and if he fails in one en
terprise he tnea another, and another till he
succeeds. A well known firm here, not worth
dollar in 18G5, though doing a large busi
ness, are now worm a million ana a quarter.
The energy manifested by Chicago, in busi
ness pursuits, is equalled by her activity in
reunions entarnnses. in tins reenoct. she
obeys the command, " Whatsoever thy hand
findeth to do, do it with thy might.''' Not
onlv are lares sums raised to build churches.
enoow reuiaouB seminaries, sustain enriyuau
associations and support publio charities, but
her religions newspapers are conducted in the
same hoeral and enterprising spirit, and no
material or intellectual resources are spared to
make them renreaent the eenino. and sntmlv
the mental, moral and spiritual wants, of the
great Northwest. They are more truly nation
al organs of religious sentiment than any pub
lished at the East, are managed with equal,
if not superior, ability, in a broader and more
catholio spirit, and better comprehend the
spiritual needs of the West than Eastern
Pre-eminent among this class of religions
published by the Advance Company, at (2.50 a
year. Its editorials are able, dealing frankly
with the live questions of the day, and are
supplemented by articles from a large corps of
the best thinkers and writers of the time. Its
commercial department is reliable, its miscel
lany and famiiy reading is of the highest ordor;
it has able and well-informed correspondents
at the great business and government centres,
and sustains the great religious and humani
tarian enterprises of our times, and truly rep
resents the Christian progress of the age.
Within three years it has attained a wide circu
lation. It offers, as a premium, a splendid
chromo picture of Henry Ward Beecher the
best I have ever seen 11 by 14 inches worth
iC, to any who will send three new subscrip
tions, one new subscription for three years, or
for two years and r2 additional, or for one
year and (3 additional.
We have had a surfeit of lectures, from per
sons eminent, and some not so eminent, A
few, like Sumner and Phillips, have drawn
large audiences, but most of them have had a
moderate attendance. Even Miss Edgarton,
the "Pearl of the Platform" as her friends
designate her and the delight of the anti
women suffrage folks, had but few hearers.
Mrs. Stanton is to lecture on Marriage and
Divorce, next week, Wednesday evening.
of various lands, and for various purposes,
haTe been numerous, and have gratified the
music-loving, at a moderate cost. But the
.Kilsson concerts have eclipsed all others.
THE LATEST NOVELTY,
whioh win interest the ladies, is an electric
sewing machine, in which the motive power
is electricity, superseding the treadle. It is
easily managed, can be applied to all kinds of
sewing machines, be made for half the usual
rice, and be run for three cease a day, for
We have the usual attractions, for the lovers
of the drama, at the various theatres, the par
ticular star being Mrs. Bowers, in Mary Stuart
and Queen Elizabeth, at McYicker's. b.
Fkekch Pkisokees. French officers
living in Germany on parole have re
cently begun to run away so frequently
that stringent measures have been
adopted. Henceforth left officers will
be sent to a casemate for every one
breaking his solemn engagement and
attempting to escape. Nor is this the
only unpleasantness that has arisen.
At Coblentz, Konigsburg and other
places French officers have come into
disagreeable contact with the public
in consequence of using offensive lan
guage in beer houses and cafes. The
three hundred and fifty thousand pri
vates, too, begin to give trouble. They
were pacino enough until proclama
tions bearing the signature of the
French government found their way to
the fortresses to which they are detatn
ed. Since then some have tried to es
cape, and many ethers evinced a mu
tinous disposition, necessitating the
proclamation of martial law to keep
them within bounds.
Tired of War. It is bitterly testi
fied by a leading German journal, the
ISeue Freie Xresse of Vienna, that the
weight and the woe of the war are al
ready afflicting Germans with a kind of
social despair. The Presse says :
Throughout the whole of Germany,
North and South of the Main, the opi
nion is unanimous that the victory is
complete enough, that there has been
enough blood spilled, that the heaps of
corpses are high enough, and that it is
time to re-establish peace. Numerous
letters and other documents attest the
profound grief that exists in families.
It is known for a certainty that the
German soldiers would hail with en
thusiasm the news that peace was in
course of negotiation. The order of
the day of the King of Prussia shows
that the war has taken a savage char
acter, and that those conducting it do
not reflect on the impression it is mak
ing in Europe. This war will produce
no more laureln."
On the farm owned by William Gray,
in Sheffield, Vt.,there is a large granite
boulder, lying apparently on the sur
face, on the top of which is a Bplierical
excavation, constantly filled with water,
even in the drye6t time in summer,
with no visible inlet. What makes it
more cTirions is the fact that it never
was known to run over, bnt is always
f ulL Mr. Gray says that the water has
bean dipped out, and the excavation
immediately reRained its nsual fullness
withont any rain.
If you watch fie conversation of
others, and yourself, nls-o, you will find
the habit of interjecting the ".vords
"you know" into nearly every rem irk
made. It is a foolish practice, nnd
ought to be broken up.
fiss Wast of Sleep. Opium or mor
phine is usually prescribed as a soporine. Both
violent remedies, and re-act violently; pro
ducing nausea, headache and prostration.
They are often given when they are not need
ed; and not unfrequently they increase the
irritation of the brain instead of soothing it.
Probably in seventy-five cases out of a hun
dred in which they are administered. Planta
tion Bitters given in moderate dotes and at
roper intervals, would have the desired effect,
ergons who And it difficult to compose their
minds to sleep after lying down at night, or
whose slumbers are disturbed by bad dreams,
or are too brief to afford due nourishment, are
advised to trv the Plantation Bitters as an
anodyne; for this comprehensive medicine is
nut a WIUIC ajiu wioimo wu. m iKUiJiiuiu
dative a ' balm of hurt minds'' as well as a
reviviner of enfeebled frames.
Its nse, as a means of producing healthful
sleeD. involves none of the unpleasant second
ary consequences of a resort to the former
narcotics They all, without exception, excite
the stomach; while the effect of the Bitters is
to tone, and without irritating that sensitive
tSf Sea Moss Fabinb from pure Irish
Moss, for Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards,
Creams, Ac, Ac. The cheapest, healthiest,
ana most aeucious 100a in ind wona.
8 No. 28. Nervous debility, with
its gloomy attendants, low spirits, depression,
involuntary emissions, loss of semen, sperma
torrhea, loss of power, dizzy head, loss of
memorv, and threatened impotence and imbe
cility, nnd a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Ho
meopathic Specific, No. twenty-eight Compos
ed of the most valuable,-'mild and potent
Curatives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the discharg
es, and impart vigor and energy, life and vital
ity to the entire man. They have cured
thousands of cases. Price (5 per package of
five boxes and a large vial of powder, worth
42.00, which is very important in. obstinate or
old cases, or $1 per single box. Sold by all
druggists, and sent by oil on receipt of price.
Address Humphrey's Hi ecific Homeopathic
Medicine Company, 5C2 Broadway, New York.
Wholesale Agents Bun.'.ims A Van ghaack,
Hurlbut & EdMalL Chicago, Ills.; Jenka A Gor
don, St. Paul, Minn.; J'. own, Webber A Ura
ham, St, Louis, Mo.; Farrand, Sheley A Co.,
865" Fob Coughs, Colds, ahd
Throat Disorders, use " Brown' Bronchial
Jrochfs" having proved their efficacr by a
test of many years. The Troches are highly
recommended and prescribed by Physicians.
Those exposed to sudden changes should al
ways be sn,.plied with " The Troche as they
give prompt reuer.
Owing to the good reputation and populari
rv of the Trochea. manv seorfhieal rna chcrro
imitation are offered, which are good for noth-
ini. Be sure to obtain the iruc " JSroum t
Bronchial Troches." Sold everywhere.
8ts5 Curb tour Coughs and Colds.
Cos's Cooqh Balsam will be found a ready and
elucient remedy for hard Colas, Croup,
concha, and all mm? aimcnlties. it is sold bv
all druggists. The cheapest snd best medi
cine in tne wona.
JO Nobthwestebn Horse Nail Co.,
manufacturers of Patent Hammered Horse
Nails. Office 68 West Van Buren street. Fac
tory 68 to C3 West Tan Buren street, corner
Clinton street, unicago.
ta? Bs rr Bemziibbbbd. Dr. Hen
ry's Boot and Plant Pills, the great liver med
icine of the age. Mild, yet thorough. See
advertisement in another column.
SS? A Paper fob Touno People.
The Youths' Companion of Boston, m one of
the most judicious and enterprising sheets in
the country. Sample copies free.
A good protection against misfortune
is a policy in the Mutual Life Assur
ance Company of Chicago.
S3 PRUBsrso'a "White Wine Vinegar
is a most superb article for table use. Ask
tor it. Warranted cure.
S-S" See advertisement of Dr. Butts1
Dispensarv, headed Book for the Million Mar
riage Guide in another column. It should be
read by all. -
S-Jasies H. Foster & Co., 151
Lake street, Chicago, importers of breech-
toaoing shot-guns and implements.
Ex-Gov. Letcher, of Virginia, has
recovered from his recent illness, and
is looKmg as well as ever.
Bete Cattle Fair to Prim.......
SHKKp-r-'r to Prime
Whkat- No. 1 8prlnr
Coiw Western Mixed.
P. TR Western.
... a oo ( s it
... ID AiU
... . xo w . su
1 1 to
id 3 e
... 96 1 00
... 1 00 (a 1 10
... Ilr3 1X
Beeves Cbos. ,
Stock Cattxk Common. ...... .....
Sheep LivsOood to Choic.. ......
Floca Vt htte Winter Extra
Wheat hi)tint, NoM ...
Ooa Tfo. i.
Oats No. 3
Rti No. i
Pork Mesa, New
Labd.. .... .......... ...... ...........
4 J 00
Sheep lira.. ............... ..........
Wheat Kod ..
Beet Cattle Choice.
Good to Prima......
PHEEP-Good to Choice... ..
Flocb Snrinr XX.......... .........
Wheat So. Red.
Bah LET. ..........................
...... T A TOO
. . 5 SO (S 00
..... lit AiH
, . IW PlV
. I SO A t S
..... SO SI)
.... 1 so a s os
Stock Cattix Common....
Sheep Live Good to Choic.
BnTTEB Choic. ....
Flour White Winter Extra.,
Wheat Spring, No. l
. Ko. 1 ,
Corw No. S
Oats No. 1
... 11 w s
3 T 00
D B oood tA
PCBt-Mess Is 50 A3) 00
lAHB. U 1
$500 PER WEEK
Can be mads by any smart mas who can keep hat bast,
none to hun-elf. Address W. J. FALKMA.V,
, Jersey City, N. J.
rrt CENTS. Tho WEEKLY WISCONSIN,
fj r paper larger tnan the Ace Ynrk wtkly, con
taining all the great story of "NO MAN'S FRIEND,"
from December 1st to May 1st, Including back num
bers, for SO cents. Address CP. A U ICR, AiKENS A
xuiAna, jniiwaoneo, vr isconatn.
UPHAM'S DEPILATtlKY P(IWIKK.-Re
moves snpsruuons hair in five minutes, withosr
Injury to the skin. Sent by mail for (Lak.
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
Relieves most violent oarerr-me im firti aoinnftsaa mnA
edecta a speedy cure. Price i by maU.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Color, the whiskers snd hair . beentlful BUCK of
BBOWH. Itoonsistaof only one preparation. cents,
by mail Address 8. C. LPHAM. No. Ill J syne strsat,
Philadelphia. Pa. Circulars sent bwa. Bj k. .11
Agents ! Read This I
WP. WIT.I, FAY AGENTS A 8ALAKT O
V V S3tl per revest aHJ expenses, or allow a large
commission, to sell our new wonderful inventions
Address, If. WAONKR A CO, Marshall. Mica.
- UJ c-
- V- . r ' l
V8TOMSHIX-I-ToTir fotnre Mrtaer't name,
Ptftofrr Aidrrm. and phiwoejraph. with date oi
e, sent tor 2& rnt. state atre. color m eyea
and address Box 5", Elsie. Mlchicaa.
wCmployment for All.
C Q A S A I.A BYPERWEEK and erwittM paid
O'V Arrt to ?!) oar n"w and asn'al disooTerloo.
Addrosa B. bWEKT A CO Marshall, Mioh.
ANTED Relial-Ie men to make monor In the
If quiet. For parUciU.irs and price list, acdresa P.
forssloerior.rtlcle. rt,y I o ftfl perdsy an ! no riik.
Io von rant a situs'inn a? sale nan at or near home,
to introduce onr new 7-strand HTt.'e Wire-l:.v clnthr
I.fnt trhirti tri't Uvtt t'orrrtr. Don't nite this chsncn.
Sample fir J. Address ihSjxm Hirer Win Co., 75 Wil
liam St.. r , T or 1 Dearborn St., Chicago IU.
New I oak, August 1Mb, 1868.
Allow me to caS tout attentioa to my PREPARA
TION OF compound extract bucht. ti.
component part, are BCCHC Loao Lea,, CUBEBS
juniper bebbieb. ,
Mom or PxrrAATKn..Buchu, m vacuo. Jnnl, ,
rjer berries, by distillaUon, to form sBne gin. Cnbebs .
extracted by displacement with spirits obtained from
Juniper Berries; very Btu. sugar to used, and a small
m., , ... ... I
proportion of spirit. It Is more palatable than anj ,
now lit use. . ...
Bncho as prepared by Druggists, is ot a dark color. .
Is a plant that emits its fragrance: th. action of a ,
same destroys this (Us active principle; leaving a dard
and glutinous decoction. Ulna at the color of mgr.
disnta. The Bacha in mv rarerierslian nreAamlnais.
Th smallest quantity of the other ingndienu an
added to nrevent f.er,,w t. n,
be found not to be a Tincture, aa made In Pharma- j
eoposvuorl.it a Syrup and therefore can be need
yon have the knowledge of the ingredienU and the I
mode of preparation. !
Hoping that yon vffl favor ttwith a trial and tbat
upon inspection tt win meet with your approbataoi' .
With a feeling of profound conAdence,
I am verj resTjectfaDy,
H. T. HELitBOLD,
f and Druggist of U Year's Erperienos
(From the largest Idanafsctnring Chegalats in tb.
. - November 4, 185.
"I am acqHainted with JbJL T. Hehnbold; be oo-
copied the Drag Store opposite my retidenoend was
gncceesful in conducting lbs tmslnwi where othen
had not been eqnally so before him. I have been fa-
vonblrimpreesed with his character and enterprise.
Firm of Powers Weightinaa,Mannfactvirirjg Cheso-
IstA, Kinth and Brown Sts PUlaorphia.
B IS G H U,
For weakness srlsmg from mdiscretion. lbs ex.
baosted powers of Katun which are accompanied by
so many alarmin. srmptoms, among which wfH be
found Indiepoeitioa to xtxerttom, Loss of Memory
Wakefulness, Horror of Disss., or Forebodings of
evil ; in fact, Universal IswIrnrW, rrostratlon, and
ixusbuity to enter Into th. enjoyments of society.
onob ajfected with Oiuiie We&loM-wvriiqi
of Medicine to atrtrBgtliea and tartsorate the mjtAerm
wlilch HELMBOLD8 EXTRACT BTJCHU tnTariably
does. If no treatment it nbmitted to OoDMomption
Fluid Extract of Buchu
in affections pecnhAr to Females, is Tneqnaiied by
any other preparation, ss In Chlorosis, or Betention,
Peinfalueas, or Suppiesalon of Cnatomary Zvacn
aliona,TJlcerated or Bchlrrus State of the Uterus, and
all complaints Incidental to the sex, or the decline or
change of life,
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
HI radically exterminate from the system disease
arising from habits of disripstion, at little expense,
little or no change in diet, no moon venie nee or ex
posure; completely superseding those xmplfas.nl and
dangerous rernodics, Copaiva and Mercury, la aD
Fluid Extract Buchu
H diseases of these orgsjis, whether existing tn malt
or female, from whatever cause originating, and no
matter of how sosgstanding. It is pleaaaat in tasU
and odor, "immediate' In action, and more strength
ening than any of the preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those ssiflering from broken down ordeUcatecoa
atittttfcms,iirucure the remedy at once.
The reader most be aware that,however sUght may
be the attack of the above diseases, it to certain to
affect the bodily health and mental viowera.
All the above disease rerjnir. the aid of s dinretia
HtajtfBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHTJ is the Great
Sold by Druggists everywhore.
Price $L25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address
Describe Symptoms in all commu
Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
594 Broadway, New York
U01V2 ASE GEISTJEJ2 unless done i
up in steel engraved wrapper, VTiti
fac-simi!e of my Cheuiijal Ware
house, and sijiicd
H. T. HELMEOLD.
146th REGULAR MONTHLY
T 1m Drmwm Moaday,
175,000 in Valuable Gifts!
Cash Prize of - - $5,000
PrfZeS Of $1,000 each 5 COSh PrlZCS Of $100 eaChj
j., ,,, Matonej Horses, with Silver-Mountwi HrBeM, worth $1,500 1
qjjj. h0rse & BUGGY, witk SlXvTXt-MOlTirrED HARNESS, worti S600
n7fK-T!j: ROsJEVTOOO MAS. WOltTII aset
FTvTS FAMILY SKWINO MACHINES, WOBTH tlOO EACH I
1,000 Cold as. Silver Lever Haatlar Watch, wertk from $iS to 300 each. Ladles' 6eli Lee.tim.
aad basts' Gal. Test Castas, solid Silver aad Ue.ble-Plated Table aaa tesasooes, Cl.'ver-PlaUd
tsators. Photograph Albem? Ladies' Cold Breastaiaa aad Kar-risgs, sta' trail Knastplaa,
f inger-rlars, Sola Peas, (silver .iteasie.,) stc
WHOLE NUMBER OF GIFTS, 10.000;
ateanalar Hsslkly din Ewtrrprts
have now been
In th. Gin Enterprire Business for seventeen years. In which time 1 m
Annual Distributions, thirty'
Annual Distributions, thirty-four Hsml-ABnual, and
nations, and in no earn ha. there been a nostponenient
buttons, and In ao coat has there been a post
auir tatufactum to the ticket-boiders. Th. publio
promptly on th. day advertised, and to th. .aura
Aeeim wikteb to seu tickets, sa
Single Tickets, $1 ; Six Tickets, $5 ; Twelve Tickets, $10 ; Twenty-five Tickets, $20
qrCTlen eontMnlmr a frm list ef prises. a desnlptloii of jthe jnanner of drawtac. art ether mforauatK
'uraieraoc to Las AJiatnouuon. win o. aeos to any
All letters mast Us addressed to
rrOcs. 101 W. Etk SL. Cinelnaali. 0.
r.fcruary SO, 1811.
I 3 Cash Prizes of $500 each
TICKETS LIMITED TO 78.0001
will be drawn on aTondav. Febrnarv SS. MTL
on. hundred and forty-five Ht
of the Drawing, or any thin.
and fortv-flve Regular
of the Drawing, or any thing don. that did not rtv
may rest assured that this li rearing will Ink. plan
may rest assured that this Drawing wi
satisfaction of ail my patrona,
wkna Liberal ii iiaas win as smsm.
one nwnai Luria.
SINE, Box 88,
9 C3a, ' " 2) SB
. aM,Isweat MisMuri.
The Atlantic & Paoifio R. R. Co.
Have for sale JKB,000 acres, of best quality,
inea. lanus are just orougm into marssi, navin. .
been reserved since 1863 till the eompletion of This I
Road. None of these lands have rone into spoenlators'
bands. Actual settlers are coming- in, and to them onlv
are sales made. To. best climate, with short, mild
winterssnd kmc summers, relieved by geological eleva
tion, from great beat, and heaithfulneas superior to sll
eoosttmptiT. tendencies, invite settlers to this region.
For particular, in oamphleta, apply to
AIOS TUt 'K, Land Commissioner.
Corner Sixth snd Walnut St., St. Louta, Mo.
170R SAL.B OS EXtilAMiE far ether
X property, s solondldly improved stock and grain
farm, ax acres audurperfectoult trauon balaMsline
timber tocethsr with sll farming imrlementa and
live stock, in th. loveliest aiimat. In Amsriea. Foe
particulars Inquire of P. T. TUR5LEY, tot Wabaab
avna., uoicago, uu
A8TTI.HA 1 FLUEN2LA
ud iBcipient iamptifa
Babk' PbttObVs.1, Ei.ixib has rapidly woa the favor
Of paUeoU woo have tried it, aava as los iasvrooa
of the medical faeoltT in erery section ta the coaotry
wBero ti has been mtrodnoed, Ho remedy for the
tanas and throat over diaooTered. stands so popalar
after once nod as this preparatioa. It is made a odor
the rapelakMi of Mr. T. H. Barr, one of the best prac
tical ohsnists in the Sfafe. The tnecees which haa
attended the vw of this reroedy for the mat sisteea
jreara, where known, has induced oa to make H more
wMsaj known for the benefit of the anfferlna;- Let the
afflicted aire it a fair trial, aa we areeonQdent that
relief and permanent ear will be the resalt.. Sold by
all drag fi-ts in thm see (ion where this advertisement
ft. b. Circular trnnjt oentneatee or leraarKanie
euros of the a rH acted will be seot on appUutioit, or Utey
will be fonna aoccsnpanjinz asven douio ot use iwuvu
Th. Rtxxxa Ss plesssnt to take, and Is neatly aad
.1. .1, pKed up in larg. bottles at ONE DOLLAR
t ti nun a o. on Prort.tT,
I lis DMnn 06 UUi Ttjee Hacte, Urn.
SoM tn Chiesro at Wholesale bv
T. i" r -1 1 1 . If", t , T. . I . . : - 1 1 a OS. I'l1 u
AACK.STKVFNSON a RF.IDtHURLBITi1
A RI1H A I I. K. HI RNHAVI A SDN: RUX'KI A CO.:
TOLAt AH A aUU ; HOC A WUUAI xtAAICJA.
RIOR RISING ; DO H M K N A SCHMIDT; GREEN
OLI 1 LJ.V.
In St. Loui by
RICHARDSON A CO.; COLLINS BROS.,'
And thmnrhowt the Nrsrt.hwest bv all Dro crista.
HEW YBilK SAFETY
ST15AM ENGINES with and withont entuoff. and
SECTIONAL SAFETY STEAM BOILKB-S, kuilt In
qiunuisvea, u afieciaA mmc uiqbtj. dcou iw oiniuaxi
44 Cortlandt St., New York.
Subscribo at Once I
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writers of Ajnerisca and. aroje. The
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Those seodinar iW for a Clob of hurbt. all sens at one
STREET & SMITH, Proprietor,
Ko. .." FULTON srPFV:T X. Y.
AI.f.KN WANTfcll. To sell roots t.7 ssm
jilo at wh.iles.tle. Wj will pay asslaryof t;.!X to
ilOO.Otl pir month sud expenses. R-lerenoes reii'tired
A. BKN.-i F.rf A U J., Ul Miiisoa St., Caicago, IU.
-JkAA-JT .snwaaTsty, -ja.
Dr. T. Walker's California
RT7NDRKDS OT THOUSANDS J Jj
Deac temimoay . 10 vneur w onaenm 5
Tliey -ir not Tilt Paaoy Mk Hi
mad of Poor lima, WhieJter, Proof
Spirits and Kefuse Liquors, doctored,
spiced and asreeteried to plea tb
taate,calied Ton ..' 'Appetucra,' kx
They are the OHB.VT BUW1D PTTRrFIER and a
I.'FB OIVINO PRISCIPLB, a perfect Renovweov
simI Invbrarator of th. bystem. I, person osn taa.
tlie Hitters scconling to dirsction. and remairf long
F.sr INFLAMM ATOT1T snd C1TRONTC KTmnf A
TISM and GtJCT. DYSPF.PbIA, or I-D;SMT10S.
BILIOtti, REMITTEST and INBRMITTEST
rtV BUS, l 1 Ml A.- f.1 Of tD. rVLAAJAI, uun, iU-
NEVS, and lil.A I !)&, these Bitters have bean most
DYsPKPRI. or INDIGESTION, Hesdscha, Para
tn the rihota-lers. fouehs, T-nhtness of the Cass.
Dit7.ineas.bour F.rrietttonof IheBtosnsch. BadTast.
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of tb.
Henrt. Innainmation of the I.wngg. Pais inthe Regioas
af the Kidneys, snd a hundred oUr painful ajmpuxua,
. r th. nffiVi in(. of Tl vrerf S.
For SKIM DlSKASkri. Em ions. Tetter.. Batt
Rhenm, Blotches, Saots, Pimpies. Pustules. Boils.
Csrbnnrles, Ring Worms. Pcnld Head. Bor. Byes.
Frvsineiaa. Itch- Srurfa. Disced orations of to. Ekln.
Htimors and Di-eas o! the Skin, of whatever name
or naturw. sr. literally Hat; up .fid esrried omt Of tsa
system m s iitiart lltue by Hie nse OI luene nitiers.
PI V TA VP. and other WOflMfi. lurking in the SV
mS mi fn.nv .hi.iMT.ia h lUMmveit and removed.
J. WAUfF-R, Proprietor. K. H. ( DONALD CfA,
Ahrugguta end Uen. Agents, nan Francisco,
sod Si A 31 Omresros HtreetN. Y.
H7"SOLD BY AIL DKCUmSTS AND DntlJIsB.
NOW IS THE TIME!
The Beat. Nratrat, HiaheM.Toaea, aatst Meat
FamDf Story Pipr ta Amerif.
THE FIRESIDE COMPANION,
Thonfh only Jnst abont to enter Its fourth year of pnb-
uoauoo, ta iwcosiaMya an ores tsua wociu, .
as one of the
HfcMt nHIHRnt, Daii(i.r Entertnrnlna; and
TavJuuhle Jnnnsnln m Kximtrmc.
And for the foUowiiaA: nasons : '
THE FIRESIDE COMPANION
Contains fvurvu CoyTCtrro Sronixa, Fix
POETBT, SKXaaTIOMAt. aad SKM ltfUTAl. bKITTCHU.
iTTXRaUTitta AiXDQTtta. and such a Rjlrc C'OsiBiKa
Tmof Uakttl la-re. Wit aad Ht SaOa. aad oihr
entertaiainc matter, that eee form a prr BeiUtm
for the Family CireKas haa 8cliX)js bezm lraiaLKD,
Nf.tvB SrHPAFSED AmoDf the other suiiiioa Ita
turesof The Hrewld t-omptinfon- are Its Rkad-
XNO VOn LlTTU FOUSS. and CoHIUaliPONDEllTS' Col,
rwx, which are under the Banacrm?nt of some of the
Mltst lAiuKNitD, Wittt and Ex-rrniEMCKO WRjTTaa
or the DaT, and alone worth double the oost at the
Editorials are. likewise. lHrst-Cla. the Jokes as
lauxbabU aa people can stand wftboot losina: thdr
BiMona,the Illustrations by i letrsfl Artists, toe
Siceachesof the Most Varied. Thrill la, and Interest
ia Chars? tec, and, therafciwre. It may be seen at
THE FIRESIDE C0.'!PAN10r,
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FI'IIK SW'BKTr Of YlrCTII I'XVKILK-H
I A mHlical 'lreatie o thirfy-twu pa:-, nut pre"
pii. oa rvceiut of tvo thre-corit pcatafre atan-pe
Addrctu M. B. LA CRolS. Albany .IX.
s x - s
Hip Diwase of Three Tears Radically
Cored bj SeTea Plaster.
Th. gars, tl Iatsraal Tussore, ag H sart aad Paralrtlo
AKeetkw. ntlsfy asadleal atsa that it ht a pseahsr
sUasulativ. actioa upon the absorbent vwaseU
which ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS asresr fall
t. impart that prod see thea. results. The., troabloa,
iTlsssntlnTis prove, arts, from ersta m tnason, whlea
press ope th. asrvs. of th. sart, and which thes. wea
derful Plasters eaas. t. b. absorbed and removed.
Thosawad s sop posed laxa lor lif ., by tb usuiu
stiDpl. cure star bseom. perfectly sound.
SaTToa, LxvKarooL, uot. aria.
Messrs. AlXCOCE. 1 Co Slog Sing :
Three reus ajro my daaghter Jan. wa taara wlta
sever, pat. the hip. ana ass-soot was drawn . v .
inches from the ground. I eaUed U s phyaclan. woa
ssid she had "hip dussasa,' H. treated her tor suss.
tin when hwjidm.shingwoQM help hsw, aad wa .
iotfsAA.raoitrmiad.tokM.hwr. Tnl. ws. atstt a
sear sgo, and thea she eoald aov ssos. a sso wxthoaa
orotehsa About this time w. were auriaed to wy A1J
eock's Porous Plasters. W. ge sad applied it
over the hip Joint, and it gar. her nauseate!, ssusg
SiMtatn so hat. urates seven. snd sh.aa.aaw
tor two months walked to school sad beck every dsy.
md the dlstsnestoon.aridaaaifmilss.sndthi.wita- '
wist assy laosassulswea Bar ssothsr aad I bask apoa
th. nr. s. almost a mtraffla I am. very respect rmlb
jomn. THOS. HFTOa.
This eaas a tier. ta. Ursrpooi Mercnry. Octets. S. .
E70. and may be seonat the Principal Agency. Bat ws.
know the statement to the sr. from ar sva anowi.
sdsa. -. : , .: 1 THOMAS AJXCOCK A OO.
; j . . . f
SistxessiAv; Cough Cured.
Lester frosa th Res. Dv.BaaKia.
ScoTCSTOWst, Orange C, N.Y Oct M, B.
TwraAS Auooca A Co, Ssaar Sana:
Yoatr Porous Plaster, are a grwal ble-wag- MydangA
ssr Isabella had woooptng saoch toss swerve aassrtb
since-, wbsa th wrt af tb diasM had risatsd sa
stUl for six months has a disti swing songh and bseass
swry weak snd thin. Ftudimr internal rsmedtesa.
avslLu AUcoek's porous Pkwtag wa spelled ss bar -.hast.
The ooagh was rehwved tross th. day tt ws ra
ssLand in on. month ws. enttreiy eared-
Ism years, trslyv D. BKATTtK.
Twfl animation of the Sidneys Cirred.
Tjujsas Aixcocx A CoSiai Sine Vor years I has
snUssed tram inflammation of th kidney.; my phrs
ns rare me irrtle relief ,sndl moved abeot lUcaaa eM
x heat down ar yregs of saBering- At length your
Parous Plsstsrs were reeosnnwaded to ma I appoed
i te sack kidney, snd tb rettef ws Immsdtst. 1
therm for thirV dars.wasa my back sad ktdaey.
perfectly well, and I ws one. asor able te walk
net, I think the hf of h vtnoea ef yowr riaeters
yet remala w be told, hot showld any on wises, hear
thereof I shall bs pleased to tell of my wxpesnssaea.
... . 1 sat rear, respsot fully.
. THOMAS J. JACKSON,
S3C Bast Thirtyaeeand strsat
W. sr. ta reesrpt f ansa of biwissa, W Isdaraal
leatacss, of snlATTMl spleen, ef broken ribs, f evowp, ef
asthma, f eoid fast, of lam. book, of paras ta th side
and sweat tb heart, Aa. Mr. Bathan Andersen f
Crotea. Westehester coaatr, for two year. ald aet
walk froos hip disease. AUcoek's Porous Plasters astro
hhata six sswntlis, sad haws, bettor artsg satting so
GsnrTTLEargEIaPsossTibsr laAXmr hreaat boas was
eroshed and badly mrarwl by beta straek by . heavy
spar. 1 was taken hose isasnlns, where tor a week. I
lay aa tk. pate eg ism. My dosser asaM ao ba
Unl. for m, and I mfered countlooal pel Thado
Ion thought a blister piaster weald help ss. tt put ew
th. nsiAt I tboagkt I woald try smtea. AJlooeA's
Parows PUster. I psst so. a my bvesss gad sad, sad
from tbat time besra. to get better, snd ta one moat
I was waJl, free from pain, sat abl. to attend ksssy
li.slii is. Any oa. eaa call aad see aty breast, aad I
win show them . modern mired, of ear.
, J. R. BVCX
Ho. 1 Sonth Fifth street, WUlliaubnrg, L. .
Tboxias Axxooce A Oa
Affections of tbe
Foe two years I have been a great snffisrer from sen
ralgia in the headend roaad only temporary relief froa. '
all th vsi kss. ieuisstls that I have trmd.antil I spssned
n of AUcoek's Potuas Plasters. I eat a into three
atvtp.ptatag os under each shoulder Nad, aad th
otasrwear ahesmaa of tb bars and for th peat thrs
asoatb. I have had scarcely a twins, ef the old pal.
1 adrtse all wh suffer fross awtosi dlse.es t le na
tim ht msking a trial of the wvadeef nl Porwa. PlasS
Sec Hinger V fg Ca
Krw Toax. June a, 1898,
Recently a gentleman, from a Jar, was so lame a
eoaJd mot pat ha left foot to the ground. Battened his
general health needed attention, from the
si ta hlwhip joint, whether tt was from :
absorbed into am system or from toss, sows
was satisfied that sum. humors bad settled sapon his
hip Joint. H. took ana BRA2fDRKTH'8 PIIX3
am! the next esonring he applied over the hip oawt aa
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTER. Ail eia waa
goes after the effect of the pills, and tn a single da
Umewess had loft him. which h believe to
Porous Plasters should bars tb eradjt of.
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS
Ar aow uruditionany Mospted by hundred. f
thoossads of families ss thair tss proved enratrre fay
Chss. Affection. Oossrhs, Sen Throes, II erveas Ago. .
Uoos, Affections and Dropsy ef th. Heart, Kidasw
Aff-ietiOTra, Pain and Weaksees ef th Bsc. Mtshw '
siU Pair elms Sid, aaa mLraba altogether sss.
tivallad at as outward appucatioa Their woadsstal
uccees la mainly attributed to some power they have ot
Upon the part where applied, by which pais aad i
stop, sad healthy action, in th. abeorbecta are lawiqesd
Governor Bard'i Test-inony.
"WAamatfluJl, April lgT.
Masaaa, Aixoocs A Co:
Tear Porous Strengthening Plaster have proved g
th greatest sonic to me. totmm tim stao. I wa.
trowbssd with vkOsat rhenmMas as aearalgis peine ta
both my arm. They gradually grew worse sad
approached the heart. Finding aothlag I appttsd gav
me relieM tried ror Porous Plaaten, which I wore fee
two months. The paina ceased almost immediately,
aad I have had a pent sinew. A aa extern! remedy
so Plsaters sr. meomparabla I has rseossmeadwd
them to many of my frieads by th. eity ef AUanta,Ga.
wh. .1 rsstda, sud they are land aa their praiee, th.
Plasters aavtac snsl ainally asmfnl is their mm. a
hi mia. SAMUEL BARD,
late Editor Atlanta (Oa.) Daily Hw Xra.
BRANORETH HOUSE, NEW YGRX.
S3I, BT AL DRUGGIST.
A Book for the Million.
terlee and rerelMloas of the aexnal system with the
lateet diseorortea in prodootnai and pnTeavtiac olt
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