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FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS.
A Resemblance. BY MIGNONETTE.
Little girl, about whom feature!
Still the infant graoes play,
Just a dewy morning bncere
. Honnd the growing, brightening day ;
Curia of Bring gold ekMe-eHnging
To the forehead's rounded white,
Eyee aa aoft and dark and tender
As a atarlH nimwr night ;
Utile feet that lightly flying
Scarcely aeem to touch the ground ;
Toioe aa aweet as eong of robin
When the fields are winter-bound!
Do I chill your dancing spirits
With my gaze so long and sad.
That for one brief flitting moment
loa forget jour game ao gladt
lis because in happy summe
Happy summers gone for A'
A little girl with just such ringlets
Walked with me earth's clouded way.
REMINISCENCES FO AN ENGINEER.
A Wolf Chase.
"We vera engaged for some -weeks
. after the incidents mentioned finishing
our " cross sectioning," and just as our
work waa completed, we received in
structions from headquarters, to con
tinue our survey from a point about
thirty miles distant, and one fine morn
ing our wagons drove tip to the f arm
- house, were quickly loaded with bag
gage and instruments, ana away we
started. Pete and myself availed our
selves of two saddle horses which were
hired for special service, and after pro
viding ourselves with sandwiches, etc.,
we trotted leisurely ahead of the wagons
and made a bee line across country, for
We had an unbroken stretch of
prairie before ns and were delightfully
ignorant of the country we had to pass
through, but depended upon curpocket
compass to make matters right An
old country "Coolie" dog named
44 Scottie " insisted upon accompanying
. us, he not paying the least heed to our
orders to " go home." We rode on for
several miles through cornfields, creeks
and sloughs, habitations being " few
and far between:" the nrairie Bcread
incr out before ns. green and level as a
billiard table. J was enjoying to the
utmost the pleasant breeze and sun-
sh ne, and the peculiar satisfaction of
riding "crosscountry" on a horse,
whose ambition increased at every
stride, when suddenly, I was startled
with, " Look there, Charley, there goes
a wolf I After him, Scottie!" One
glance was enough ; the next moment
with a simultaneous shout we were in hot
pursuit. Th e horses seemed to share our
excitement and we soon had to hold
them in, for we closed up rapidly with
'dog and wolf, and although they both
"traveled," i judge we could have
overtaken them, but we preferred to
seethe sport. Scottie had evidently
seen nrairifi wolves before, hnt thin h-
ing a large one and very savage, Scot-
tie wisely kept just out of reach of the
sidelong snaps the wolf made every
now and then at him. There was a
fine display of formidable teeth, and
iiertuer uumu seemeu inclined to
wow away a cnance. puaaeniy tne
dog, m response to our cry, "Seize
him, Scottie," made a rush, and with
rma-rp ur w uj WOieg,
and over they rolled. They were on
their feet in a moment, Scottie .having
uo T , J v, o Jrt VY B X
wonderM tenacity mamtaming his ad-
vantage without the , least noise al-
though I saw that he had lost half his
left ear in the battle,
me nui n ..wu. i.ra.-
tJA -tX- .UiO 1UU1UCUU mt m avo- 1
I . flf L A 1 . 1 A 1 A 1 1
peraw enors, xne woii inrew ine apg,
ana reie, unaoie loiiper restrain mm-1
self, fired, and missed. They were so
mixed up that Pete's shot was danger-
"u" T "Jr , 'fur, c"? J ' , A
poix ftmisa ooiq ammais, ana me
wolf, taking advantage of the moment,
riavfivi avow in an nnw rliraAtiAn nn1 I
rrn,"i:i- rr rrT.i(T
ed the revolver from Pete and fired sev
eral times to no effect, when the wolf
suddenly disappeared as if the earth
had swallowed him. Scottie went up
to the spot, and dismounting, we found
a hole about a foot in diameter, down
which he had vanished. He had found
secure reluce; so having fairly ""run I
him to earth," we left him, with many
Kina wisnes iot ms imure saiety.
ocorae, eviaenuy caensning a gruage
against the uncivilized relative who I
had depnved him of half his ear, very
reluctantly followed us. I
e had deviated about half a mile
from our course, but soon reached the
timber belt that had looked like a Little
cloud on the horizon an hour previous-
ly. On emerging from the timber we
came unexpectedly upon a perfect para- I
dise for pic-nics; it was a natural I
avenue over a mile long, with maple,
oak and hickory trees, of a larger
growth than is usually met with in that
part of the country, on either side, the
clear space being about three hundred
yards wide for the entire length of the
valley, a small stream running in the
center as lar as we could see. It was a
' " awaaa mm wiikaoiu 6UU1VDII 1UUUCU UY
the foliage of Brand old maples, and
Vo-o i, . T, ii,t ua:a.-i
, dinner and fed the hnr an ,
wards mad th .mi; ,i:t. ,
.1 k - "
mjwuv on iiuui. I
; r i i . . i
cnir new locauon was a lammonse
situated upon a knoll and but-I
rounded hv lr The f.m, ...
aw4Anr.;.M J 11 lav; A 1 -s I
cabcuoio auu weu cuiuraiea. ana
after Tnttinf nn nnr rSnriAt wa wars. i'n
wiK . r a 1 r
vr.f "r "W,""D,U. ay,
.- muun, mca were rest
then yery Dlentifal and drtmM.iw.M
aritk . j Z7T'Li
. ikuu uijii BUIA inU UUUH. Vfl
a- ,i i , . " ' t
"V, an Aiicioueu paten, near
which were n numW of J7,1
Almost as soon as we reached OieOsase
hedge, two rabbito popped out, ad
i-ete biased away mfine style with both
Darreia. one to nrt pttAt' w now k i .
' . w wtiw i as
COnVlIlCea Umt tile rabbltS WOnld not
go far, and he was sure he had hit one,
"luie aj wo. remaning, me ttogs
started four more from another wood- a
pile, Brady dropping two in fine style.
. . ;. " ' out reie,
ucuuiu me. a vurnea sua-
ueiuT ana Eaw 'a wmte tan bobbing np
and down, and without aim fired, and
j iucicoi, muA, some oi vne snot
struck "hnnnw w,r. 111 j kf
over and was deposited a minntn affcpr
at our feet by one of the dogs; my
uuoi. juuajou ia goou snot, Dut
knew how it was, and kept discreet
e now went for the "patch " in
which numbers of rabbits were darting
, !t uo,na iorwards and running
-o '- Aiie iiiagrew
fast and furious ; all we had to do was to
to shoot quickly, and in less than an
noor we aaa over twenty, of which num
oer, uraajKinea nine. 1 never seen so
many rabbits m sucfi a small space as
w Knur riser tha i x ...
we saw near the inclosure, and I did
V . , c """" "JB larmers compiam-
VeSaWthe Wagons approaohine. SO I
collecting our game we started for the
house in good spirits, and discussed
Aimrod with the boys over a hearty
supper... uhas. j. Norton.
tSWE print the advertisement of
the American Watch Co. in another colnmn.
In addition to the large aavortment of watches
made by this Companv, they desire to cJl
epesil attention to the Watch fr railway en-
pmeera, conaocton and eipresgrien. Also
their Boys' Watch, which is now first placed
n,, 8 market, and to which thev desire to
call the attention of Younj America.
Wkooohb to winter All hail !
ROYAL REVERIES OF M. QUAD.
What He Would Do if He Were King of
In an epistle indited to and publish
ed in the Detroit Free Press M. Quad
" If I should mount a throne I be
lieve that I should run this king busi
ness entirelv different from th manner
in which it is now conducted. I think
the throne of Spain would suit me,
and I haven't any doubts that I would
just suit the Spanish after a few trials.
If I didn't it would be because they
couldn't appreciate the handsome thing.
Besides having oysters and hot biscuit
three times a day, I should make a
change-in the matter of cookery. If
any hotel keeper went to serving out
hash under a French title two lines
long I would give him a little law that
he'd never forget Soups should be
put down on the bill as soups, and if
any waiter brought in thirteen napkins
and a small bit of beef as the whole of
a man's dinner I'd have my prime min
ister make the fellow chew napkins all
the rest of his life. And, when a trav
eller came to settle his bill, and the
proprietor went to arguing the three-dollar-per-day
idea, I should send for
that landlord and ask him if he wouldn't
be content if three or four national
banks were rolled in behind the desk,
and tell him he could keep no tavern in
Spain, not while I was arqund. As for
the clerk, if he were like soma that I
know of, his lamenting relatives would
be dividing np the estate within twenty- i
four hours after I was crowned king.
There's another thing which I have
often thought of. I'd take little rail
road excursions, carrying along a fair
to medium trunk, and I'd watch the
baggage smashers. When they put the
trunk off, and I found that both handles
were gone, the lock broken, the lid
split, the hinges bent, the ends knock
ed in, I'd say ; ' See here my fine fellow
I want to see you at my office on a little
private business.' He'd naturally think
of the Cross of the Legion of Honor,
ii i . i i it ? a , l a
uie Tea riDoon ana tae iron meant, out
he'd change his mind when he saw the
dangling rope and the gallowa. He'd
smash another trun not in
Spain. As for ticket aiftnts at the de-
pots, I should first trive them warning,
rd enlighten them a little by informing
them that they could maka just as many
friends, and do just as much business,
and have the road just as well thought
of, by returning civil answers to trav-
ellers and by treating men and women
as people ought to be treated. I'd tell
him once, and if he didn t concur witn
my sentiments, why there'd be a good
many friends around enquiring for him
There's another thing Td do for
spam. Jfirst id issue the following
I call: .
Special Notice. Every Spanish
o-entlem&n who desires to hold a fat
office, with big pay and stealings at-
tached, will please meet at my office on
the first of February."
" They d come. They'd come in I
wagons, carts, wheelbarrows,- on canal
uums, vj ituxruau, oauwii uioy u i
come naing on eacn ovoer. oaca. u
there .was no other tsonveyance. There
would be a few respectable men hang-
it.8 uuu, uu x u. ita. rm, utio
them up with a pitir of cowhide boots,
soles four inches thick. Td call the
jV a? J ' , au i
tA n'? neral
desire to hold a very litUe office for a
great deal of pay, I'd turn the gentle-
men.around, givea nod to the kickers,
and-welL they could call around some
u " J -Ar
ffit0,a t x
"aooui womauB ritzuLo. x imum. j 1
tuat. i d get a list oi tne lemalee wlio
Al A. XU L
una, x u go a ua 01 vne lemaiea wuo
were k'aiiiviuiuuk aioiuiu oinuu xiowi- i
ing for their righte and rdinvite them
to call on me, adding that I favored
, , VB 1J " " , "
lucj u . oa m , . , - j J
If there were thirteen of them, I'd
httlfA tniafa1aAn mlTrfl honflV CVfiil TnA WAV I
rcji tczzzr rz:srr
air before me.
"I wouldn't meddle with the Span-
isn reugion, no oiw ju inaivena-
iiigcnuxcnA P ae y B"'u'iu
it wouldn't be long before 1 should see I
tne loudest singer ana most prominent
responser pinching a cent before drop-
ing it into the contribution box, at the
same time hoping his neighbor would
drop in a dollar greenback. I d send
for the gentleman, and he could have
his choice between being hit with a
brick-bat or kicked with a Spanish
thirteen "ncrhters" should
. i . , a -j .
io aucwo luuKcumup.u.uumAAc
splinters fly. UI course 1 wouia
l 10 ,J,1trJ Wajl
man's righto, and "omeiiow 1 never
think of woman's rights without seeing
a pair oi pantaloons swinging in the
r' m mil ri u . .yminuri i.
mule, and I'd see about his contribution
in future. There's only one more thing.
Td go on a little journey oyer Spain,
and call on every newspaper man I
could hear of, radical or democrat.
Walking up to the chief man about the
concern, I'd slap him on the back and
&sk after his wife and babies, and
rvKU3B sUiUl UUOlUwO" UUW. J-L TUU I
want to abnsemer any other man. o
a t i. i - a ' Y.
extw it- if won ...t ins... rrA
word fnr knw how nn it TToi-a'. . rlZ
c:.u ; ,j 5',, a. ilu C
kjiyraii mu AUAAAOU UUAA1UV MJ UC1LI UUT I
. i a i . . "i
comDs ana crocKery ware ior tne nouse.
and when you want a new cylinder U
i,n. why t mv nm
.J J fA. i. XI. - 1 I
uu n yuu uuu kcv 1110 urvss uy re-
Itnrn mail Til ma.lr a a vftimnw srnnnJ I
wi.rrVf ucrcu .
euuuuj. iut iud mure x
thfnk of the muttir the lw T tt. inlin.
a a. ;Arr I
Hiwtxukvi uuuuc lUf Weill O. I
tv- - jo.niv.. ,, A. .
A-ruuer uu ouuui x ioa ail mat A
mm Ww tl.pm theonn UfA witl. i ttS.i,
Beam's LdAou, is thus criticized by
MMjwa . Ti. " .
uwiora wiiooinuucuii . is in
Inn an ai-riat nr hawinorko.. t. in,!..
ment of any artist, I am sure it is a
botch. No character, or expression of
nne work oa it Tne eyes are those of
dead man ; the beard like cotton
wooL the face like putty. If they
wantea a mere likeness it need not nave
cost so mucn. Art snonid do more
than make semblances of men. It
should embody the ideal man and his
spirit " A chatty correspondent of the r
rrt J . T1 , - . I
" SB.. B.SSUUAIV WJ" A BJ IJVMBAAlB. VA I
wm.nV in(onihii .4 tt, .4
Vinnie Beam's Lincoln; it's weak, it's
eneminate ; it lacks wofuily that ex- "s
preseion of strencth and power, that
comprehensive atmosphere-of manliness
that a man might have given it, I wish
our American women would do
more m art But I'm hopeless.
Alley won t study." lie goes on
say of women painters:
"We look for great excellence, don't
find it, and grow discouraged. V. e
can't get women of fine genius even,
and real nnvw. to H,ih, TViaw rf
. . ' , " , l
married, or they dwadle, or they lose I
tneir love ior art wits, the majontv
tnere s always 9ome oosiacie upon tne I
mVSterioUS threshold Of Perfection, lis
There is no American woman painter for
who stands beside our best masculine
artists. Cea va &ant dire. I'm glad
. . , , .V.I
.. " t I av J c"'1TfV
feminine artists, but they are sensible
enough to know that they haven't
reached the highest point of masculine
attainment. Study, study, study vou
t get women to study I lhey seem
have an insane idea that they can
burst f oll-fiedged upon the world with
out going through a course of pin
feathers. " -
Cincinnati's floating debt and liabil
ities exceed 11,000,000.
A BRILLIANT CEREMONY.
Marriage of the Daughter of Ex-Minister
Motley—Scenes in an English
Country Church—The Attendance.
On the 18th of January the Motley
Sheiidan wedding, which has been so
long t ilked of, took place at Frampton,
in Dorsetshire, England. The London
Morning Post of the 19th gives the fol
lowing account of the event :
" Yesterday was solemnized at Framp
ton, in Dorsetshire, the marriage be
tween Mr. Algernon Sheridan, second
son of Mr. Richard Brinsley Sheridan,
and Miss Mary Lothrop Motley, second
daughter of the distinguished author
and historian, late Minister Plenipoten
tiary from the United States of America.
The celebration of the event was ap
pointed to take place in the village
church, which was decorated for the
occasion with evergreens and flowers,
while arches similarly ornamented were
erected from distance to distance along
the road by which the bridal party were
to pass from the Park of Frampton to
the sacred building.
The little church is not without his
toric interest, independent of its intrin
sic beauty. It is said to have been
erected in the reign of Edward ILL,
and the nave, which is compass-roofed,
is adorned with square panels, showing
the device of the rose and sun belong
ing to King Edward IV. the said pan
els painted alternately gold and azure.
The pulpit, which is of carved stone, is
of great antiquity, as are many of the
monuments and brasses contained
within the walls, perpetuating the mem
ory of the ancient family of the Brownes,
from which Mrs. Sheridan is descend
ed. A curious effigy of Sir John
Browne, in complete armor, with his
wife, Jane Portman, A. D. 1C27, is
among the tombs. A rich modern font,
presented by Mr. Sheridan's sister, the
Duchess of Somerset, stands near the
south door; and from time to time dur
ing a long series of years Mr. Sheridan
has repaired and beautified this ancient
structure, terminating in his labor of
love with the recent entire restoration
of the south aisle, and an exact repeti
tion of the old oak roof with its gold
spot now occupied by the family seat of
and azure roses. Windows of stained
glass, in remembrance of two of Mr.
Sheridan's brothers, of his mother.
(erected by the late Countess of
Gifford,) of Mrs. Sheridan's uncle
and father, and lately another
of extreme beauty, presented by
Hon. Mrs. Norton, in memory of
her eldest son, Fletcher Norton, (de-
signed and executed by iTies, of Vienna,)
add to the rich and solemn appearance
of the church. It has also a teredos of
colored and inlaid marbles in the best
possible style. In former times the
Frampton Court was the site of a priorv:
a cell to the Abbey of St. Stephens, at
I Caen: and Kinc Henrv TV., in thn
sixth year of his reign, recites a charter
of Richard L, confirming to that Ab-
bey, as donations of ing William and
(jueen Maud, the two manors of Framp-1
ton and Bincombe.
THE WEDDING PARTY AND CEREMONIES.
h ecenes and with as
ijttje thought as possible, we should
apprehell4 of theiT memorable or
monkish associations the bridal party
of terd vcllded its J
chnrc No "setting down at
e doors " being possible to carriages,
the successive groups passed through
the chrixchjBxi in attire on foot,
by a carpet from the damp
.,-, t; v,-; i. ,
ZL wmkhta of white sUk
grenadine, trimmed with white silk
rn;.?dtiny bonnets of white tuUe
- a .n -t
1 t.hA HfnHaO - Alica - TTlAT. Criawi. I
An aia. nr:-
d of the bridegroom :
o,rf,rt ir.iiM j
bride Bussoll Sturgis, together
th jr-wemle bridlemaiJ. the
Hon. Marcia Uamfylde, grandchild of
Mrs. Sheridan, and the daughter of
and jj Poltimore, and Miss
. . . . -
grrnddaughter or the
away b y her w and Mr. T. Kier
Sheridan, the bridegroom's brother,
acted as "beat man."
xjnn icSlJ rrn. i. ...
4JLJAM 1UAO. X1A1 aVlla Alirj UilUO WHO BbtfU'-
edin whitesatin. with unusuallv rich
ni0 i ,i a ui
JAIAOrjCATJ IBVC TBU ht-lX UVULi.C llULLUvCOi
orange-flower wreath, and diamond earl
rings and necklet The ctoud of relatives
MeJliB to nter at de.
fiance iudo,e b tha Wntv of the
shimmeri fieht-Biika and shawls of
various colors that were displayed on
tne occasion, rne bride was given
and Mr. T.
acted as "best man.'
Previous to the ceremony, which was
performed by Eev. Bichard Tudor
vicar of Frampton, the village choir of
children sang a wedding hymn : they '
sang also the choral responses during
tne service, rne party then returned
to .irrampton (Jourt, where a splendid
....... ... :
QuA K, n
wedding cZkes waa, aa usual, hailed
mch , in comentto
v ? .
the bride's nationality, it was orna
mented with the American colors. The
onion just formed brings the young
laaj a noei oi connections among some
of the first families in Great Britain.
-1 AnCnl AT il 1 . 1
Ka 1 1 A. i A 1 . I
"auijiiicr vi ou oi me most aistm-
uouuie capacity oi
auin0F ana aipiomatist, who ever came
America to our shores.
tt. i ii.i i , t,
r v"u" m w !
t j. u. 1 - v .
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promer-in-iaw, ijord foltamore. Mr.
Motley and his family will shortlyDro
nd by invitation,
vn K-,);,, f,nra iu. rV,ivon 41,.
DeVev?' 0m. the. Wu.een of the
iemeriaiiQa,wno nas placed a residence
AA JZ 1 it i - r
wicAt ixiHuuiHAi jur iiie winter, mean-
whjle a more rheprfnl rlnainir b.ti t
6 m?re C?.eenm C10SlnK Bcen0 ?
iT 5SS Iffv
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ajvaa-j uiwu on x uibuuura riu&A uiie oi
rior talent and continued literary dis-
a5S-"ASlightCold," CJouohs. Few
are awara of tha importance of checking a
cough or " slight oold in its first stage; that I
which in the becinninR would yield to a mild
remedy, if neglected, often attacks the lungs.
JirnwjiA Tlrrmrhill T rvW)AM nvn mini anil
almost immediate relief. '"2Ti Troche" hare
j j . ;
hare received teetunonuua from eminent
fTlWl WUQ XHVQ XlTyWl LHHTIl,
Cax't Sleep Niohtb. A hsek-
""B0! BU "avubs, auacujtj 01 Dreatn
I g. 1X6 tne results of hard colds. Cos's
CoroH RtTttar bIIbts the irritation, gives ease
and rest to the patient, and effects a perma
nent core 01 ail long ana pulmonary 00m-
PSF" Kokthwehtern Horse Nail Co.,
mannfactnreni of Patent Hammered Horse
Nails. Office 63 West Tan Bnren street. Fac
tory 66 to 68 West Van Bnren street, corner
bunion street, tjmcago.
LUHpenBary, neaaea xxa ior me Miuion bai
biaoii GrxDB-in another column. Itshonldbe
read by an.
aeS-Pnssnio's Wffite Win T necar I
a moat annarb artiAl. for taH. m. a.v I
it Warranted pure.
w ' ' I .iTlt..
tSS' See advertisement
Dispensary, headed Book for the Million Mas
Of Dr Butts'
Provide for your own household, and
DV UT I I, nil I 1 1... Ul iUUbUU auio
insurance Company ol Cticsgo.
SSTjAMes H. Foster k Co., 151
Lake a treat. Chicago, im
loading ehot-cuns and imp!
50. 00 Reward.
to any one who will prove
of mercury in Dr. Henry
Amherst college has found it difficult
fill the chair of Professor Hitchcock,
Geology and Natural Theology.
nortera of breech-
This will be
there in a parti-
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A 1 94
n 7 An 96
The Haxards el Winter. -
The feeble and delicate dread the winter, and with
food reason. Tba weather at this season has a dat
pressing effect upon the Tital organ and lb animal
rpirlta, and they hara no YttaHtYor mental
to spare. The aged and infirm, in whom ths flam
of life Is waxing dim, an always unpleasantly affect
ed by the temperature of ainter, and should fortify
their systems against it. Tba extra rigor and re
sistant power which the enfeebled system requires to
enable it to meet with safety the isssnHi of eold and
damp, may soon be acquired by the regular una of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitten. The tonic effect of thn
wonderful medicine la soon apparent, man increased
appetite, a more apparent digestion, and a brighter,
happier frame of mind. Food is tba fuel of the body,
lul tt ' 0PrJ digested, lb Am of Hf a bran
k,w- Wbn this is the case, the diaabtuty can ahrays
be rairiedW withm a short space of time, by taking a
full dose of the Bitten twice a day. The stomach
I on begin to perform its allotted taak regularly
and staadHy; the food, being thnrtmgnlytrrlmllstml.
will yield the amount of rital beat aad nourishment
which the body requires under the external pressure
of sold, and tba win tor sibaens which an apt to
assail the weak and un toned physiqne win be aroiaed.
Tb 4dTrttMr, bmnnir been pennaxieiitiy ettret of
tt)drded dlBAa.OoQsarnntiori. m tixBnle renw dv.
Is Aazlcras to m&ke known to hie fJlow aaller klie
means or eare. loui woo aeaire it ne will aead m etmj
oi th presoiirMioD tued (free of ohrire), with th
dtreetiona (or preparliig and vslntr the aame, whirl.
uier wtu una a mu i
AfiTim A. BROWCBTTia. at a.
raruee wunin ui preeenpaoa win pinaa 111(111
Rev. 8DWARD A. WIION.
tgS Sooth Scoml atreet. WiliUmbarith, lf.T.
afc-an. WW MM-W
James Clark's Female Fills.
These InTfthiavnle Pill am TtnfaJTtnr te the ram af H
thoee paiafal and daiurerooa dueaaee to which Um
irxaa moderate all ex-
and remove ail olaa-ariicttODarom whaler
TO MARRIED LADIES
rhar are Darttoalarir eatteda Ther will In a aentt time
tiHajc on the monthly period with rawnlaiitf : and
altnoujth vry powerful, eon t Ala twthinK hnrtfttl to t-he
eonstltatioa. In all caeee of Nereooa and SDinal Affeo
uon fains m tae naea aaa LsIxdd, rtuni oa aticnt
sxeruon. raJDiuuion oi ine UMzt. tinL&nea aiMi
Whites, ther will effect a ours whea all other mean
Dare failed. The penphlet aroand each package ha
run airecuone ana aanoe, or wiu oe sen. rree 10 en
wnunc lor it, seatea zroxn oMerrauoa.
RPECI AIa SOTICB.
Job Moaea 8lr James CUrkaa Pamsie Pflla are mm.
lensiretr iX)TTTKarxiTaU)L Tne aeniiia
of "JOB MOSKaS on eech pckac.
arxiTKix The Pennine have the name
i" on eacn oacuara. All ouen are
N. B.In all eases where the Gbmulhi eaanot be oe
tained. One Dollar, with fifteen eenta for postss-s.
enclosed to the so) proprietor. JOB MOSES, 18 Cort
laadt atreet. New York, will tnenre a bottle of the tw
oine, oonulntng rlftj Pills, by retorm mail, aeoorelf
sesieq iroxa anv ibowsNsW ox its eonweaia.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
GK1VTXKMA7T wheenffered for ffwrs from Nerr
oos Drbilltf, Pramatore Peoaj. and all the effects
youthful tadlaerloa. wilL for tba saka of saner-
iC Qomanitf. send fraa t all who nasd upiaracipa
la airscrinn lor nttuv vim nnvw wnwar DT wmcn
ha waa carsd. Baffersrs wisfaiaa as orofit av tlia adraa
Uaer's sxparia&oat aaa do ao bj addrssiina. In prlaot
ooUKMaoa juu.i tf. uouk.h.
Ho. O oadar suaat. Now lore
f7PHAP DEPIIaATORY POWDER. Re-
m. mores superuoous nairm nvemmuiee, wiuwai
injury 10 we sain, aent oy man tor giJQ.
UPHAM'8 ASTHMA CURE
Relieves most violent ttaroxrsma lu five minutea az
eflects a speedy cure. Price 412 by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colors the wbisksrs and hair a beaattfol buck or
bbowv. it consists of only one DroDarstlon. a eente
brwL Address a. C UPHAM, No. TS1 Jiy
PnUadelDbja. Pa. Oiraulars sent free.
bold by sil
HOW TO GET PATENTS
IS FDLLT EXPLAT1TRD in a PamohJet of 10S nai
jnst ieeoed br ML'.VN A CO.. S7 Park Row, New Vara.
aa. the best 'afecbential PsDer in the
world. (25 Yfabs Extbbikbcx,) hare
PATEVrS-taasn jlore Palrsls, sad examined
.Tlorr isrmnofls, than anj otner
Aaencr. ooau aketch and dosoripuoo
in Phjelolocy for
the msrried snd
lna aarrUae; V9
laraa pages, 160
Dl.tee aiftd enarsv.
tars, and SO redpee worth frmo fl to $10 each. The
ilj respeelanie popojar treatise on atarrtAae, rree-
nacj. I on jar Ai bins, LlnDappv unions snd lilroreee.
Female Dieeaees. Seminal WeallDete.Throat and Imum
Dieeaass. Ac, aivlna lm proved treatment in foil. Prii-e
Ueu. Circular of contenUfree. al. A 8. IK ST- Mil-
1MW Lallm Excloeirrlr A IS-paa. pamphlet
on Fen .ie IHssasea and their Treatment, Beat free.
BrsjrANTED ReliabU men to make mane in the
V V quiet. For parus'uara ana pnoe ust address r.
Box au nhtoaro
NILSSON BOUQUET !
TUB KEW PERFUMK.
ERraniO EMPLOYXEXT. should ena-aswiBonr
Bew,)irht,pronuble and aaaa. honorable business, ft
(30 per dar are made aaaaas br persons of
sexee, roona and old. A Banws ralnsbls esmple.
ean be oaed In ererr lamil, and lol
lart.aent on reeelntnl 10 aaBna oenia. Aa rees
P1EKUB m STOKEK, I ABfrasta. Jlsuw.
Oinina aii the great
hirZ toi m eenta. Add
CRAM ER, Milwaukee. Wconln.
A cort fa f T?fnri Triia !
41 GEVN WAVTEIWflSS A MONTrPbrthe
iaIEKICAN KNlWlMi MACHLkt
BOSTON. MAJiS.. or ST.LOUW, MO.
WKEKLT WISCONSIN, a
mberlst to MAT in, incm.no. oacit duui-
I UItAAt.lf, JLAB.ao .
TTE VU PAT AGENTS 9ALABTO
t 830 per wri;k and expenses, or allow s large
oomnUAsion. to sell our new wonderful iarenripna.
Address, ALWAtiat.lt OO Marshsll, JSion.
.tmsiLuwisis SCTPS..AM. ii in.s a.w.eia.Mr"S
I ' i jj ii T i k.d,t.awl.U,.M
lrr.r-.-JLl"jr: S.-I' ' ml
l&WSi "L XS VrA Al iXSl
C!7J IV TS SrkiirJr 3
JLZxiTJZZ-Z TTZSS SJ'Jltt
nalmlW Usuaa. a i Im trnjim, 4mwt mUtmtmm k awaj Warn.
IgMatkfMiw, A-lfcan. Blilttu. 'm CO. fthbrntmrn. leaa-asa, L a
TnB SKCKETS OfYfil'TII VSVUll-f.O
A med.cal Treaties of thirty-two paa-ee, cent pre
paid, on receipt oi two threecentDO.iare stamps.
JB. At. A bMVA, A1MW,....
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
MILLIONS Brsr tWimesT to Their
Waaderfol taxatiTe EiTeeta.
DE. WALKEE'S CALIFORNIA
Ther are mc rile, FANCY DRINK. Made
of Poor Ram, WbUkr. Proof Mplriie aad Re
fase Uqaora, doetond, spiced and sweetened to
please the taste, called 44 Tonics " Appetlxera, Re
etorera,M tc, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness
aad rain, but are a true li edtoine, made from the NaUre
Boots and Kerbeof Callfoniia. free from all Alra
wollc 8tlmalanta. They are tbef.REATBLOOD
PURIFIER and a LIFE GIVIM. PRIM I
PLE perfect Renorator and InTiforator oi the
System, earrTins; off all potsonoosmaUeT, and irestorizic
the blood to a healthy condition. No person oaa take
theee Bitten aooordinf to directions and remain
unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by min
eral poison or other means, and tha vital organs
wasted beyond the point of repair.
They are a Gentle ParjpuiTe aa well as a
Tonic posaeirfna; also, the peculiar merit of actios as
a powerful scent in reUevlae Conccetioa or Iuilamma
tlon of die Liver, and all the Visceral Org an.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether la
young or old, married or aincle, at the dawn of woman-
hood. or at the turn of life, theee Tonic Bitten have
For Inflammatory aad Chronic Rheumatism
e Geat, Dyspffswla er Indiveation BiHoaa,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Dieeaaeo
of the Blood Liver, Kidney a and Bladder
theee Bitters have been most mcoeesfuL Maca
Diaeaaea are caused by Vitiated Blood which is
reoeraliy produced by deraasemeat of the Digestive
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION Headache,
Pain in the Shoulders. Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
IHninsis. Soar RraetsJlons of the Stomach, Bad teste
la the Mouth, Bilious Attaoks. Palpitation of ths
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions
of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Inrlxorste the Stomach, and stimulate the tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
omcaoy in cleans! ag the blood of all Impurities, and
Imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR 8 KIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Rslt
Rheum, B lotchea. Spots, Pimples, Poetules, Hoili, Cr
buncles. Rinc-Worm. Scald Head. Sore Ftps. F.rrmirt-
elava. Itch, hearts, Discolorations of the Ski a. Humors
and Diseases of the 2kin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dng op and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of theee Bitters. Ons bottle in
such cases will convince the must incredulous of their
on rat Ire eilect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wbeoeveryou find Its 1m- (
purities bursting urouch tne bkin in rim Dies.
tions or Sores, cleanse it when 700 find it obstructed 1
and your leellna- .111 tell yo'o when. Keep tha blood
pore, ana isv neaiu at toe eyateen will follow.
PIN. TAPE and other WOMfa. lnrklna la the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. For foil directions read aarefnlly the
airoalar aroaad each bottle, printed ia four laosuasee
v.in.w, I iiuiu .nn
J. WAIaKER, lVoprletor. R. H. McDONAXD CO
awraggista and Oea. Agents. San FraneitMMj, C!., aad
s ana Lrommeroe sireet xi i ere
Vtr SOLD BY ALL DR0OOIST8 AND DKALRRS.
R. HOE & CO.,
PRESS MAKERS. AND If AXU7ACTURERS OF
ALL KISDS OF
EXTRA CAST STEEL
A W S
INCLUDING CIRCULAR 8AWS, WITH PATENT
INSERTED TEETH; SOLID TOOTH CIRCULAR
8AW3. MILL, MULAT. GANG, AND CROSS CUT
SAWS, MANDRELS, GUMMING MACHINES, Aa,
Ac OFFICE AND WAREROOM, AND GOLD
ST N. T.
JOHN NAZRO 6c CO, Agents, Milwaukee
TsIALOOrE', SPEAKERS, etc. Doronwant
MJ SpeaAin. Booki T 11 we bare 10 kinds, ItiO pesos
-T) prices. Wi supply Medicai. Masonic. Law. Thso- I
logical and Scientitjo Books, and send them by
l we nave maae tnis our sDectaitr to
years, oneeijauste, lustruments, aotions, ivoveltiee.
to., in fact, vy.A.ng yon wsm. you cn met br send ing
stampiorcaMiogue, c to nuaiaa a kaj mqqil-
tUi4a-S. II ini'lsVaa. SX.- i , .
TWO TO SIX BOXES
Wttl PBOMPTLT AND PERJCArTEXTLT CrUK A XT CaVHX
or -prrniaiorrbra. HrtinoaJ ueaksfM, on
Involuntary ijf inly ox Dail v lonsrta, howivei
OiaoiNALLT Caused, or Howeveb Aggravated in
(Jhakactcb; while they will spoedily correct those ter-
nbie morula conatiions wuicn sprmg irom tne pnmazy
di"eam. or from secret vice.
THE SPECIFIC PILL is equally applicable to the
arwjswtuiral Ul twrwrg at saw aa j taiiilsl nr v l
Mt-amsrs. v. or Mpofawcv; DumMtea. Limtm
Deposit i in tkn UbCVE; Milk iHteMarg-
or wsahiss of the Xumry, Ac Citwyymf. Lam yws,
Sttmtmnut and all who follow sedentary occupations, or
whose Brain sod A-tvoms Srfest are over-worked, are
peculiarly subject to weaknesses oi the iimmro-
Ubihaht OaoAjia. These ahouid not fail to use the !
THE SPECIFIC PILL
Oontans bo Jferoary, Jraa, Oaa f Bar lifet. or amy aiirea
Wm Price : 01 per box. SUt boiea, (iraea trdmd mt
mmmti tor aa. neat ay At All.
il XIow TreaUso
On the nam PeEtOSrsuafosu awf rresOafalof SEX- I
UAL DEBILITY, just issued, will be forwsrded, free I
of postaae, to tns sonerers oi eiiner eex. oy
M Jonn St, New York.
S3 WATCH ! $3 WATCH!
THE UKKAT ECHOPEAN
EUREKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATCH CO.
L. T. DEFOREST & CO., Jewelers,
40 dk 42 Braadwvay, l'ew Terk
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE U. &
and have authorized them to sell their great Echjcha
Ai fafivnii OoLA Watchks for Three Imjllara. ton
to warrant each and every one to keep correct time for
one vast. This Watch we ruaraatee to be the best and
ebearest time-keeper that ia now in use in any part of
ths globe. The works are In double cases, Ladlee' and
Genu' size, and are beautifully chased. The cases are
madeoi the metal now se widely known la Europe as
Aluminum Uoid. It naa tne mxt coor bj &oo, wnicn
if aJttvmm ffasutav it will stand the test of the troDarast
seids : no one caa tell it from Gold. onJv bv weir hi. the
Aluminum Gold being Me lighter. The works are
made by machinery, same as the well-kaown American
watch. Toe Aluminum is a cheap motai, neuce we caa
afford to soil the Watch for $3 and make a small profit.
We pack the watch aafely in a small box and send it I
by mail to any part of ihe U. S. on receipt of 43.60 ; fifty
oents for packing and postage. Address all orders' to
Ia. T. DKFORKWT eV CO Jrwrlrra,
40 fc 4 2 Broadway. New k ark
Ia C'aaa GlAa. to hn D!tibntHl by the New
i era iaaa rrixe ca
ETERY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
I Cuh Olf t, each, 40.0M SO Cash Gilt etvca, 1,000
10 M S0.0O0 900 - " iV
2D m M I iiJO 1 360 loo
M RWant Roaewood Piano. Mob $300 to t00
V " MOaOaleOQaV, " 7ft to I'V
M0 8wtw1d HaehlBM . . " 60 Co ITS
HQ Oold Watcbea - M 75 to 500
Ctvsh PrUaM, KilTtwWftra, Ax, valued at I.OUOuti
A eoaoee to dnw may of the abore Prfx for Ke.
TlckoU doooribiay Prize tvn Healed in RnTelopc and
well mixed. On receipt of ma SealtH Ttckn is drawn
wltaoat choice and eot by mail to any address. The
ErUe named upon It will be deUTered to the ticket.
older on pajment of On Dollar, Prlaes are lm medi
ate ly sent to any address by express or return mail.
Yon will know what your prize is before yon py for
U. .any mm taorfweufftwt yor or r maw rotates.
io blanks. Our pntrons can depend oa fair dealina.
RxFKacm The following lately drew Taluabnt
Prixea, and kindly permit ns to publish them: An
drew J. Boms, Chicaro, 10,000: Mtss Clara Walker,
Baltimore, Piano, $H00; Jaa. M. Matthews, Detroit,
5,000: John T. Anderson, SaTanaah, $i,000; Junes
imroottf. Boston $ 10,01 A
PBxaa Oinno3is : The firm is reliable." Weki
Tribu. U4U 7K Ueeerre tfiutr sacoesa," i. i . ujr.
mlA Jm. 1. Jnst and honorable' Ae--. Lec 9
Kan i tnr mrrniavr i.initrai maaemmmaiM va Awrrmm.
SatiBfacVlon miaranteed. Every packure of 0 Scaled
Rnvelopea eontalnsONK cash oift. Seven tickets for
1 ; 17 for S : JO for $5 ; SO for $ la. Address MORUAil
BBOU. Maaacera, 40 and Broadway, K. .
TO THE SUFFERING.
A reeine for fl'onntfTtintion. Rronrbltia.
Attbna, Hure Throal rcrqtulju Cotiffbs od
stdinff tn 1
Thia rotrins I diaoovered while re
Hraluimlirlntiart. It cured me of Con- I
tump tion when all othr means had failed, therefore I
feel it my dnty to send it, rree oi cnarre. to au woo are
suOerliAX Irom xnroat ana ldiu aMorom.
Addrese hkv. viLLiiAJt n. buhit..i,
86 Bleecker St., New York City.
Ci ENnNB HAT AS A TOBACCO SFED I the I
" leaf sells for ipi.b a pound ; ma.ei ipiu ids, io tne
acre; laoor the same as for two of eora. rackae ot I
seed sutneient lor one acre, nr mail, rnirty cents. 1
i. i.d!;i'i;iii;.t fortbe
ex roiTB. ivior.Tiis,
Can be made la a qniet way by mien that are c-p.-rb!of I
keeplnc the secrer. Address JAylfcs (
Exchange Place Sew Vorlc
Weed Family Favorite
at -a I 1 at-- XWT A O 4aT aTi TT. 4 t-A P
" fi..j i u-.ii'. mAv r dCi 1 ni v I
nuw l-uU.wwaH.u,--. 1
ft a-! i w Tf. r i i r c ; , .Ki'jr i
nnilkil Wea 111 VI n.nwiiinaiu
Prr -11 Vln.la of familT worV non in H?. I will do s
Iwrer ranee of work, sewinc imn the .iritet troodi
the heavift bevfr, clotuoru'Tbt-r,i it ho' ch.anire
Noedlee. Thread or Ten-ton. It i -r.Tiilf, and uot
to xet out of order. It hasastml.-ht niiie. and
makes the Lock Situ;h. ,rK.n.ble Axeot wantd
every county. A liberal discount to Ihe trade,
bend fur pneo list and terms to 4.F.O. C. THOMAS,
Lake street, Chicago, Ajrent for the Northwest.
bay when yoa aaw uaa aaTertiaetueni.
DOXS'T AD VSR TZ S3
UNTIL YOU HATE SEEN
Cook, Coburn & Go.'s
50 Daily Newspapers.
Band for onr rataa la MILWAUKEE, KELLOGG CHICAGO NEWSPAPFR rxiOIT, and BELLEyHXL
Xieu of Country Weekly Kewspapers, embraelof eoUvetiTcly orer too different papers.
Bates or advxbtiaxbq Qmn worn ami Pateb nt tans Uarrxo Stati.
Xji O "7U' IFL-JSl. TBS !
And information will be furnished free by addressing
COOK, COBURN &
No.. 87 Deamborn Street, Chicago.
Cut This Out !
And send twenty-Are cents for a ticket, sad draw a
Watch, bewinc Machine. Piano, oc soma arliole el
Taine. So blaaka. Address
PACKARD CO, Cincinnati, O.
In Southweit Miasouu-1.
The Atlantic & Pacific R. R Co.
Have for sale 1J00J1O0 acres, of beet qualHy, on long
Tnese lanas are JUS- Drryafca- inw nrafravcfc, iMTuii
been pMerved since 1853 till the completion of Uits
Boad. lS'ene of these lands have gone into speculators'
hands . Actual settlers are coming in. and to them on ry
are sales made. The best climate, with short, mild
wiutanwand long rammers, relieved by geological eleva
tion, from great heat, and healthfulness superior to all
eonnmiptire tendencies, invite settlers to this region.
For UwaZticniars, In pamphlets, apply to
AMOS Tt'CK. Land Commissioner.
Corner Sixta and Walnut Sta St. Louis, Mo.
and Incipient t'anwmpti.n.
Bark's Pectobai. E lit m has ran Idly won the favor
of patients who hare tried It, and Also the patronage oi
the medical faculty in every section ol tne oountrf
where it has been Introduced. No remeoy for the
lungs and throat ever discovered steads so popular
af ver once used ss thus preparation. It is made under
the supervision of Mr. T. H. Barr, one of the best prac
Uoal ebemisu ia the State. The success which has
attended the use of this remedy for the past sixteen
jesnra, where known, has Induced us to make It more
widely known for the benent of the suffering. Let toe
afflicted five It a fair trisi, as we are coundent that
3 lief and permanent cure wil 1 be the result. 8oId bj
1 druggists ia the section where tiila advertisement is
N. b. Cirealart giving certlncatee of remarkable
cores of the amicted will be sent on application, or tae
win be foeaedoompaJasQg each boUie oi the Pectoral
Tno" Euui Is pleasant to take, and Is n,tTy and
elegantly pat up ia large bottles at ONE DOLLAR
T.H. BARR&GO s Tbbbb Bauts, Ibo.
IXER: LORD A 8SHTH:
VA SllFf AAIJK.STEVE.NSOM A RE ID :HURLBUT
A EDS ALL: K. BURNBAM A rU")?! ; BLOCK I 4 CO.:
TOLMAS A K.LNU ; ROOk. WOOD A BLOCKJ.
Sold In Chlcarn at
FUTjLFR. FINOH A FUI
VA." SCH AAUK.8TEVE.N
In Milwaokee br
RICK ARISINO;DOHMKN A SCHMIDT;
IttlllaasSA a pa
In St. Loui- by
RICHARDSON A CO.; COLLINS. BROS.,
Aad throughout tha Nocthwest by all Drrnggists.
now tmmtiv ima viuvr. - um,
Molasses or Sorghum la 10 hours
without using drugs. Circular
free. W. M tsILMOiiK-V inavar
staxer. anjtion, j.
700 to 000 Bushels of Po
Can oe raised on an acrewf irwil. with half the usuar
Iuoubie and expense, by a new method letely discover
ed;and this method is ths only sure remedy against ths
potato Dug. run liuormarion caa oe obtained t
addressing W. B. HENRY, St. Paul, Minn.
B S O , O OlO
arJ WWaI-aA-sj.y ' Si "aTwrW aV a
UiViirv AWAZ Z
ON TUB Slut MARCH, 1971, our srrend
Distribution of Coih and ocAr Giflst amounting
to tbQMJQ will oe made by the purchasers of our cele
brated CoUait'i srevs Goid Pens " Price of 1 Gold
Pen and Ticket, tl a), or 4 for For particulars and
list of ritte. address K. H. COLGATn. A CO. Clav
THE PRAIRIE CITY
BROAD GAST SEEDER
AND CULTIVATOR COMSINED.
Is the beet la use. Better then a drill for sowing all
kinds of grain and cultivating all kinds of ground.
witn tie unproved sdjustaDieteern, It is tne cest tnlng
out forworkins; earn. UsKRIS M A FACTU RING
jsnesvuie, wis. aV Bead fur circulars with
cuts and prices, wood agtnit ttanlea.
f HIPPED DiXBS l.D FACE
Sore LJpa, Dryaena af the HkJa oVc, 6Ve
HEGEMANS CAMPHOR IC'
Cured at once br H
WITH GLYCERINE. It keen, the hands soft ia al
weather. See tbatyoa get HKUEMAN'8. Sold by ali
Drugcista Only 26 cents. Msnuiactured only bj
Hxgkmah A Cx, Chemists aad Druggists. New York.
TH C1H DTD HAV mkw, womeh
FV I V rlV I kit W I s BOT8 and OTRL8,
who emtaae la oar sew business make from la
10 sxr dav la their own localities. ftiU Dart ic alar
aso iiiatnicuons soot tree oy man. i nose in neea et
permanent, prontable work, ahouid adJresa at oi
GORU STIH60X A CO.. FortOaod. Maino.
TO THE WORKTNOCIaASS. Wear nowoieuared
ranuao all eusses wita conscaot empioymeo. at
home, the whole of the time or for the spare momenta.
Business new, lurht and profitable. Persona of either
ity earn from fioc to ao per eveninir. and pro
ml sum by deTotina their whole time to tne
soaiaesa. Hnn an1 arirn earn nearly as maca as men.
That all who see this notice may send their address, and
test the business, we make this onpirallefed offer: To
nrh aa avrr twit well uLlatied. we will send Ml to nev for
trouble of writina. Fall pertlcnUrs, a valuable
sample woicn wtu oo to commence wont on, ana a copy
r PtmjpU m li;4wm Cnw.ptn4n one of the lare;st
and best family newspapers published ali en free by
mail. Reader, if you want nennanent prontable work.
a. u. aXaL.ei a uun aucusra, Maine.
St Louis Saw Works.
BRANCH, GROOKES & CO.
Blannfactnrers of SPAUIiDIK&S
Patent Inserted Teeti Saws, .
FOR BALK AT THEIR WAR R HOUSE,
celbrsred HOME SHUTTLE 6EWIM MA
CHIXR. Hae tne iT rVei. mak-i the "fee
rffeA," (alike on both sides,) and is rvn, Amueil.
The beet snd cheapest family sewing Machine ia
Bo?t3a, l'"A- Pittsburgh. Fa, Chicaco, VL,
a Vw-xipk tVlXTKD. To erU sroods brsan.
WV'-"V' U -. nf r7:, UdJ tk
w.rv i?r a.-.' :s-i
U&SSKfl AO.. 121 Mulu
diann St.. Chic&tco.
a niperior article. SJ to ju pr oay ana no nsK.
.am . aair Tat Ion aa aalomas at or near home.
tointruduceonrnew 7-3tr.Dd H'Atie Wire.Rnp ftte
tr hi fh ft ill tai forrcrr. Don't mis this chance.
Sample free. Adnree BwUtm Kiter Win Co., 7i WIU
su, n. or is taroora ou, vascaKo.
Ths extenslTe nas of thaas watoliss for tba last flftaaa
rears by Rail way Cowdoators, V nalnasrs aad Kaaraar
man, tha most srsrtln af wateavwaarara, kaa thor
achtf danuautraUd tne strancth. staadlasss. dnra
bility and aeenracy 9l the W althani Watch. Taaatiafy
that elass in all tnaee raapacta. Is to deeida tha qneetloa
aa to to. real rain, of these tiaaa-kseiwra,
afar, than 60U.000 of thee. Wstehsa are bow
pee Vint for tnwnMlree In tne pocket, ol the people
a proof aad a C" en alee of their raperioritf mt all
Thsanoerior oraaaliatloB aad great extent of the
Company's Works at Waltbans, saablsa thaas to pra
docWatchaaata Brio, which renders eonpetitaaB
raUle, and thoee ao bay any other Watch merely pay
from X to SO per oent saora for their Watches than ia
Theee time plsf os eosabia. snsr napewreaient that
alona axoarisao. has prmd of real practical aaa,
Barinc had th. rerasal of asarhr ararj rnrentio. la
wateh-BaaiB. oriaiaatloc tm tela isbuiij or aa la
rope, only those were naaUy adopSad which asrsr.
testis. bf (h. moet skilroll artisans la oar works, and
lone ass oa tha part at toe ptahlle, demonstrated to he
asfintlil to oorreet and aadarlB( ttme-keevtna
Aasons; ths nsny InprOTsasaots we would pertlsa
ariie: The lBTeotloa and Bee of s omtre-pialoa of peca
Bsroanatra.Uoa,ta prsrsnt daasaa. t. the trala BT
tarn hreakaa. of asain sprlnra, la ertdaal with th.
Aaierleaa Wateh Oosspaar. who, harlns had th. rata
sal of ail ether oontrlrsnoss. adoptej Foci's pateat
pinloa aa beina th. beet sad faaltleea.
HardaBad aad tempered hatr-eprLaa-a, bow aair. r
salhr admitted by Wstohmakers to be the beat, are
aaedlnaUs-radeeof Waltaam watehsa.
All Waltbaat W .tehee ha re dastproof saps, pro
teotli. the asoremeat from dast, aad Issisnln. tha
Deo.ttyof the freqqent ejeaaias
Onr aaw patsat stsaa-wlader, or knyiees watch ia at
raadr a decided raeeeea, aad a Croat tmpro-rameat oa
e.7 etees-wlac waseh m the Ajaerloaa aurket, aad
br far the ohMpest wateh of Ua oaalitr bow offered to
bepnbHs. To three trrtn is portioM of the Usited
States where watchmaksrs d. aot she. ad. watches
with the shore mentiooed improveiaente which toad
to sasar. Mearac-f, saaUaaaa, durability and
Tsnleoce, nnst pror. Urraloabla,
Th. tradsmarka of th. Tartoaa at)rM. mad. bf tha
Company are aa follows :
Amzbicab Watch Co. Waltham. Mi
An. Watch Oa, Waltbasa. Mass.
Watch Co Creeoeat St, Walthaa
ArrurTOlf, Tbaot A Co., Wslthaat, Maaa.
AnTaTr Watch Co, Adams St., Waltham,
Walthax Watch Co, Waltham, Mi
P. S. BiiniTT, Waltaam. Mass.
War. Kxlcbt, Waltham, Maaa.
Boxa Watch Co, Boetoa, Mass.
Kramln. the spslliac of thaa. aamaa e Are fully b.
erabnylac. Any rart. tion etea of a Aia.1. letter, La-
p eateaa coaaterfeit.
For sal. by all Is. dine Jewelers. No watohae rsr
tailed by ths Company.
Aa Illustrated history of watsh-atakiBC. tiwt'ainlac
moch meefnl iaformaUoa ts watch-wearers, seat te
any address oa application.
BOBBINS dc APPLBTON,
GeBcraJ Amu far Aasr-icaa Watek Cav.
ISSBrntdwmr. N:w T.rtt.
THE GREAT FIRE AT RICHMOND.
Herring's Safes in the Spotswood.
$23,500 IW CUKREWCY,
AXD THB BOOKS, PAPKRS. 8rLVT KWjS
VALUABLES) OP THE BPOTSWOOD
BOTKL. AND THB ADA IMS SOlTll.
BK"f EXPRKSS COMPAM7
ARK 8AVHD IM HfiR.
L C. BABCOCK'S LETTER.
Omn of ADajn Rxrsn OowTAjry, )
No. m Baauway. Kxw Yoax. Dee. XI. lSTOLt
Jfeevrs. Herrinw. Tarrmt mf SSermmn yGxxr aareot si
Richmond writes : We foi ti.nmh to-aifat drylxag
ana nxn.M ep tae money irom ue iace are. i ae
tenU of toe safe, 2Sy&30 in biils, we recovered, it
a Uerrtnit's aaie, aaa a food one. crrrtain.'
, Vooxa. truly
LETTPR PROM J. If. BUBUTT OO,
ProtrtieUin of ihe Spouwbod,
RiCE-fOMD, Vaa. Dee. B, 1070.
Jftasi a, Btrrinw. Fiarrmi A Shtrmam .
Gekts : On the saonilnT of toe 9th tnst we were
se nnfortnnate as te bave oar hotel b.rned. with eonr
tavnts. Yat we were fartanale amsMarti to hara one of
your Herrinc' Patent Champion tiaiea, which fell faito
.ne eeuar among a oomioi mass oi mmav toe
ftre abated, we tried all means to exuieate it, bat
foand It lmDosMsble on aoeoant of the btieks. mortar.
and bnrnina rubbish Ijinm thereoa aavd a boot it, so we
employed a meobanle ana cat R open throofh the bot
tom, and. to oar aSnost a rprlte.ee found the ooainie.
eoosistinc of valuable papers, money, and some ailver-
ware. all in srood order. Had u not been toryoor aee-
laAAca aate. we wouita a are tosi ev errx n inc.
J. M. SLTbLlTT00.
Ths Most '"'" Pnorxcno Fbov Juuk Sow
Hmrifl. Mnr PatcTmt CBakfTtow Biyin'i SavrE.
Ths But Potbctio!C aoauimt BcxaiJta Tooi
BBRRTlfO. PARREL m SHRRX AIT,
Ntx 1 Bmadway, oorner merrey 8t., Hew York.
PA ERE J, HERRING A CO Polladefphta.
HKKKINU, FAKBKL Lv .Chicafo
BRlilaHG, FARRlnL A HERMAN. Ne
A Booh for the Million.
r A Pbttath Ooma.
r f m ezLoa te the Mab.
a irii.., k. ma. with ths
latest dlaoOTsrlee la prodndqe and Brwranusc .a
aprlnf , preeerTlnc the oem'plerion. As.
TS i. I. nf l.nlnlllllisa SBtd tWwBV
ayHfonr pe.ee, with aamerona eaararlocs, aad eontama
raloable intorraatioa for thoee who ar. married or eoa
temolAte marrisas: still 11 im a book that ooa hi to ba
ander lock and ker. and aot laid aaralessly about the
Bent to any owe (free of pastes.) ror Firry enre.
AdiiMM Itr HntA.' Dunurr. K. 11 X. iahth St.
St Louis. Mo. .
K otir. r. ta trnirtM aaa t winn. ..-.
fore ADulyina to the sotorions Otacis who Aclrrr
ss in pnblio papers, or nainc any QuAoa RZMKPTxa,
pernAeUr. Bolte work, ao matter what your oueas. is
ar now aepiorahi. your eooaitioa.
Ela-hth St, bet. Market and Cheetaat. St. Loaia Mo.
Dr. Butts eaa be eonsaited, psrsowally er by maO, oa
lodinwHsss msntioned ia hlsworfca Ufflee, no. .is m
Buy Die and I'll Do You Good.
ROOT & PLANT
By cleansing the BloooV aad arowalna;the
TJrer and seeretlreorrans to a healthy ac
tion, theee Plila ear. many oomplainta which
itwonldaot be supposed they eoold reech.
sweh aa Hxasacbb, Pta uttbh Bddb,
Xmayrm or thb Hawds awd fiit, Dull
wKaa. CHtLtxraaa, Rheumatism. ifrrBAi,
atATXofia or A prat ii a, Bruora DrsEit.
txbt, Kanm imcnon, Cobsttat,
Debiutt, Fztzbs c All xcrne, DTarxp
SXA, jAtnrDTGH,snd other kindred complaints
-J erlalng from a low etat. af the Ixxly or oe
"Istrnetlonsof tta funetioaa. Belnc frws from
VI . L. u . V r-.r. K. t.k..
CA st all timee and under all eirciiinaTsniss,with-
V. out reaard to diet or Minnow,
aWJ PHu. Cents a Box. Prepared by the
Grafton Medicine uo.. OT. uivu, ma.
Sold by dragaisBi and dealers la
GETTEffO TIP CLUB 3.
GREAT SAVING to CONSUMERS
Part If- erarralre hew to gt ap era be. Oar answer b
send for Price Li, and a Clob form will -vecoapany 1
with full dytxituma, uajuna; a lanre saviiis; lo eonsoat
era and remaaeratlTe to Clao orftaisors.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO
31 and 33 Vesey Street,
P O. Boa KO. NEW YORK
LONGER Lckutxd tn 8t. Loois rJaaa any CltroBV
1c Phj-iciin, so miccwtTiily tirt-aa Simpieand
CompUoated Venerea I DL-eases aa to brtna: patlonte
from ercry State. His boj-,:aJ orTXrte3Kl-L a ii fe
tlmo ezpeneo with pnrest drs prepared La the
eetahH-nmcnt. cares casee glren np by others, do
matter who failed : tell your prirate troable. Cent
saltation free. K ad ttr MitiDni for medical MSjt,
aUanBOOD, Won --MHOOD, sent by mall, 1 cents
each, bt' for 26 eta Iu0 pajres. All that theenrtc-oe,
dnubtfnl or in.iQWttve wib to lnow abont thrtn-4ulv-s,
marrlajf e, . Krery youna; man and woman
anht tn rNrl It. aa a warnino'. The nprroaa. (ehl!-
taxl or partially im patenters ec ientlealryariTlsed
liMSl&XT.r, 1U lal Jl -ana-SnaCMaM
Curio-as, Kow Strange!
TlirMitrr1.il l.ailitu' PrlTatr r.sapaBi.n!eea
ains the di.tred informAtinn. Sent true ior two
ii pa. Addma Mas. H. MKTZUR, UanorarPa.
Allow Hat to sail jonr stteatkn to Bf F&KPA2A
TION OF OOMTOIXHD EXTRACT BTJCHT. Th.
eomponaot part are BX7CHT7 Lom Lxat, CU2XB8
Kobb or Pbxtaaatiob Boeha, tn racao. Jani
per berries, by diatinatlwi, to form a An. gin. Cobaos
srfraoted by dlsplaoemeaii with spirits obtsinsd front
Hanlper Berriea ; Tsry ttttl. sugar n used, snd s small
proporttoH of spirit. It ia mors palatable than any
bow la oaa.
Bwjcha ss prepared by Drogiaai,ia of a dark color.
Una plant that amita tta fragranoe; th. action of a
Same destroys this (Its actirs principle) Icaring a dark
and glutinous decoction. Mil, la the color of ingre
dients. The Bnchn tn arj preparation predominates.
Tba smallest quantity of the other ingredients sr.
added to praraat fermentation; apon iBspecaloa It
will be f wand not to be a Ttuorore, aa made tn Phar
maoopnss, Born ata Syrap aad therefor, can b.
used in oases where lerer snd In flsmTnattrra dat, aa
this yon hare th knowledge of th. IngrsoaenU and
the mode of preparation.
Hoping that yoa wfli farer Jt with a trial snd that
opoa inspection It will meet with your approbaeWn.
With a fading of pmfomwl oocfl denes,
I am wery rasfastfafry,
H. T. HELMBOTJ),
Chamfat and Druggist of It Tear. Zipertene.
(TTomtb. nrgeat Mannfaotaring Chemata in tha
Korember i, 1H4.
" I am acquainted with Xr. H. T. Hefanhold ; he oo
enpied the Drag Btore epposits nry residencend was
soocesarul ia oondncting ths bosinees where etaen
had not been equally eo before him. I bar. beenfa
Tarably lmpreeaed with his rhararaer and eartarpriss.
firm of Power, k Weightman.MAnufacraring OlkeBs
nta, math and Brown Stai, PhimdelpBiB.
B U G H U,
For weakneea taming from rodmeretkm. The en
hanated powers of Mature which are aocompanied by
so many ahtrmlug symptoms, ajmongwbieh will be
foand ATidfeposiaoa to aUrraton, Loss of Memory,
Wakefulaeat, Horror of Disease, ox T(Swbodliigs of
Erfl; tn faca, TJnlrersal Uamlliide, Prostration, and
Inability to enter into the enjoymenai of society.
once affected with Organic Weakness, requires the Sid
of Medicine to strengthen snd tnTigorats the rratera
which HELMBOLD'8 EXTBACT BCCHTJ inTariably
doaa. If ao treatment is submitted to, Consumption
nr Insanity snsnea.
Fluid Extract of Buchu
ta affecaiona peculiar to Faautlaa, ts nMrualted by
any other preparation, aa la Chlorosis, or Retention,
riliirnlnnaa nr aii u rnirt of Cuatomary iTBCua
tions, Ulcerated or Bchirrus State of the Uterua. and
an oomplainta Incidental to tha sax, or the decile, oe
change of Ufa,
Fluid Extract SugIiu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
will radically exterminate from the system, atseaaa
arising from habita of diaeipation, at Hole
litta or no change In diet, no lneoartvuienan
poaure; oompkielj saiieModing IhonsanphnanT.
dsngeron remediea. Copal ra and Mercury,
Fluid Extract Buchu
ur all deases of thaa. organa, whether eriattnf in
man or femam, front whatrrer oauao origi-agng, aaa
nater of now longatandrag. K la pleasant fat
tasta and odor, "immediate" tn action, aaa mar.
ttrenglhening than any of the preparations of Bark or
ThoBS a-ffer ig from broken down or ir liaaie em
atttnttona, procure the re is dy at onoa.
The reader must be aware that, howerer anght
may be tha aoae- of the abor. d-tsaai ; tt n oartatn
lo affect the bodily health and mental paarera.
A the abow. dliiiaara raqa-. Um sad af dluretk)
HlXaLBOLD ' ETBACT BUCHU
ia tn. Great-
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Price $125 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles
for $6.50. Delivered te any address
Describe Symptoms in all comEro
nications. ADDRESS :
Drug and Cbemical Warebouse,
594 Broadway, New York.
NONE ARE Gil! unless doce
up in steel engraved wrapper, with
lao-simile of my Cnemicai waie
hou3e, and signed
He Te H31V5T?OTaTs-
M. H. U- Fan. IS, 187 i.