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JOY TO THE AFFLICTED !
. A REMEDY FOUND AT LAST t
It "Will Core Your Cough !
It ma PrfTent and Cure Consumption.
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WAsf ft (k Falsi sf JTsiars re ts fTeaiiA.
Allen's Lung Balsam
warranted to break an the moat troobieeowie Coejrb
la aa incredibly abort tuna. There is no remedy that
can show More evidence of rexi merit than Uua BAL
SAM tor wring CoKSUKrnoK, Coughs, CoiaDe,
Abth a. Croup, Ao,
It ! only about sere yean atnoa the Balaam was first
offered to the pa bite ; and la this abort Ume it baa be
come knoam and appreciated in nearly every town and
village throughout the United States and the Domin
km of Canada. Hundreds of thousands of bottles are
annually sold, and thousand of witnesses testify to its
aneqnaled power in healing the dissaass that It is
reoom aaended foe
Allen's Lung Balsam
WHAT THE DOCTORS SAT.
Anoa Woolly, M. D., of Koaeinaca Oo, tnd.. ears:
For three rears past I kaa need AUeo's Lang Bal
aam extensively fa my praetioe, and I am aatianed
there ia no better medicine for long disease In nae
Iaaae A. Dona. M. D.. of Locan Cx, O., ears:
m Allan's Long Balaam not only sells rapidly, but gives
perfMtaatisf action in every case within my knowledge.
Harina eonhdenoe in it, and knowing that H possesses
valuable medieinsi properties, I freely nee it in my
daily practice, and witi unbounded sncoesa. As an
expectorant, it n most certainly fax ahead of any
necparatktn I bare ever yet known.
. It it Harmkm to rJu meet DeHcaU Chtld
IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM IN ANY FORM
Tt la Moid by Medicine Deaden GeaenUly !
OaU for " ALLEN'S LTJ7TG BALSAM," aad antra the
ase of any other Balsam. Unprincipled aaen may de
eel re yea with worthless preparation.
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM !
J.N. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
CIS" CUTS ATI, O.
f& Sold bv an Medicine Scalers.
That Cswsjrh, whtrfc Tea strr wealrrt'wE. mmj
iwsnlt is fatal CoMnsnptJnn. If me
swwsnpf Remedy it not ma. Why
smcrtfloe ysiwr life when rw
UueaK cu be c red s
The theory that the virus of disease oan be safely
oonntmcted by doses of poison, i, falsa and danger
ous. Within the bat twenty-ATI years, not leas than
a eeore of virulent poiaona hare been added to the
repository of the medical prof anion. Tbeyaregiven
in email doses, otherwise they would destroy life
immediately; bat era in minute quantities, they
prodnop, ultimately, Tory disastrous effect. It ia
unwise and on philosophical to employ, aa remedies,
powerful and insidious drags, which, ia subjugating
one disease, sow the seeds a another still more n
manageable. Kane of these terrible medioamenta
operates with aa much directness and certainty npoo
the causes of disease aa Hostetter's Stomach Bitten,
a tonic and corrective, without m tingle deieteritme in
gredient is to competition. Arsenic and qninmare
given for intermittent; bromide of potassiujn for
nervosa disorders; strychnine and prosaic add for
general debility; mercury, in Tariona forma, for liver
ompiaint; preparations of chloroform and opium for
sleeplessness; and yet these deadly drugs do not com
pare, as apedaes 'x the diseases abore enumerated,
with that wholesome vegetable invtgorant and altera
tive, while they ara all so rjsrnksoua that H is aston
ishinc any physician should take the responsibility of
prescribing them. Let invalids, for their own eakea,
try the Bitters before theyrescrt to the poisons. Ths
relief they will experience from a eourse of the harm
less specific, win render a recourse to the unsafe pre-
paraanris referred to, quite unnecessary.
Sir James Clark's Female Fills
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THE HEW PERFUME.
THE LAST FROM TRUTHFUL.
BY F. E. A.
Which why I remark,
And my language is plain.
That for wars that are dark
And for tricks that are vain.
Tbs bright Modem Belle Is peculiar ;
Which the same I would rise to explain.
Rose A. was her Dame,
And without a thorn
Yon cant hare a rose,
For there ne'er was one formed ;
I bar smile tt was anesnly yet childlike.
Aa I frequent remarked to jack Lorn.
It was July the Fourth,
And quite bright was the day,
But was beat out of sit;ht
Bv the brilliant Miss r
Who played at on Johnny and me.
Ana a food man; more, in uiv way i
We played a small game,
Mies Rose took a hand ;
Twas flirtation. The same
She did not understand.
Yet she smiled cat as both in the garden.
With a souls that was childlike and bland.
For the brashes that cams :
When I whispered so low,
And the kisses I stole
Deotived me so.
That I offered myself, was accepted,
Thinking that I alone was her bean.
I arose the next mora.
Footing proud aaeould be.
And I told Johnny Lorn
What had happened to me.
But was greatly suiprised when he said :
atnateoi w ny, sues engagea to me i -
Then I looked upon John,
And he looked upon me.
And we both of us sighed
And exclaimed. "Can this bet
Are we both made the sport of this beauty
Can it be that she fooled you and me ?"
Then a crowd of the boys
Came along in a row.
They ail looked aad
But what made them so
I oould not for s moment imagine.
Could they nave the same causa as we two t
One of them then enquired
If we bad beard the news,
Which, when told, made me feel
Like ss I'd got the blues.
Mka Rose had eloped with the servant
Whose work was to dean knives and shoes.
Which la why I remark.
And my language Is plain.
That for ways that are dark
And for tricks that are vain.
The bright Modern Belle is peculiar ;
Which the same I am free to maintain,
WAGES OF SIN.
A Sad Story of Shame and Suicide.
From the Cincinnati Gazette, 10th.
On the morning of January 25th, at
abont four o'clock, a young trerman
girl, twenty years of age, presented
herself at tha Cincinnati hospital, and
desired admission, saying she would
like a private room. She was furniBQ-
td with the accommodation she asked.
She gave her name as Mary Bathbnrn.
Almost immediately after her admis
sion she gave birth to a healthy male
child. Daring the forenoon of the
same day, Joseph Kom, a grocer, 163
Pleasant street, in whose employ she
had been for four years, visited the
hospital and made some provisions for
ber comtort. Ihe mother ana child
were attended by Dr. W. H. Taylor,
and both seemed to be doing welL She
begged, 'lioweve, most earnestly that
the birth of the child might be kept
secret.. She appeared to suffer great
mental anguish, and at length, at her
earnest request, the child was given
away to a respectable family who wish
ed to adopt an infant; and it is now, it
is said, in good hands. After the child
was gone she seemed to experience
A few days after the event the father
of the girl, who lived in Indiana, ac
companied by two or three female re
latives, presented themselves at the
hospital and inquired for Gertrude
Both.. CoL Jones, from whom this
statement is chiefly obtained, at first
replied that no such patient was in the
hospital. .Further inquiry, however,
revealed the fact that Alary Bathbnrn
was an alias, and the visitors were ad
mitted to the sick room. While there
Dr. Sawyer, one of the attendant phy
sicians, who was aware of the birth of
the child, but had not been advised of
its removal, in passing the room saw
the strangers there. Knowing the d an
ger of excitement to a woman in Miss
Roth's condition, he inquired of them
their business there. They explained
their relationship to the patient, and
asked him what was the matter with
her. The good doctor, ignorant of the
circumstances, blurted out that she had
been delivered of a child. The wo
men were ineroressiblv shocked at this
revelation, and seemed at first incredu
lous. But the doctor, to substantiate
his statement, went to the bed and
threw back the blankets, saying, "Here
it is;" but to his astonishment it was
After this episode, however, the fact
could not longer be concealed. Miss Both
remained a the hospital until yester
day, though she several times express
ed a desire to leave, but was dissuaded
by her attending physician, who told
her that she was not yet snfficently re
covered to take the risk of removal,
Last Wednesday afternoon a woman
presented herself at the ponpital, who
claimed to be the mother of Miss Both,
and ass to see her. Vol. Jones inform
ad her that if she would bring Mr. Horn
to identify her she would be admitted
to the presence of her daughter. She
went away, and abont eight o'clock in
the evening returned with another wo
man, seying that Mr. Korn was bnsv
and could not come. CoL Jones, fear
ing the effect upon the patient of an in
terview with her mother, told her that
it was then too late, but if she would
return in the morning she should see
The next morning before the mother
appeared CoL Jones told Gertrude that
her mother had been there, and would
be back in the morning, and asked if
she would see her as soon as she came.
Gertrude replied with much, earnest
ness : " Oh no ; I would rather go
home and see her there." The super
intendent passed down to his office,
where one of the trustees of the hos
pital was waiting for him, and they en
gaged in conversation. In about half
an hour, or abont nine o'clock, Ger
trude appeared, dressed for the street,
and stated that she was going to leave.
CoL Jones told her she was not able to
walk, and he would send her home.
This she declined, lie then offered
her a street car ticket, telling her she
could take the John street line, and
thus save herself a long walk. This,
also, she defined, and left the hospital
on foot. Her manner during this in
terview was perfectly composed, and
nothing indicated that the meditated
the fatal step, upon which she must
then have been resolved.
Two hours later her body was found
in the canal by some coopers at work
at No. 11 Brown street, The coroner
was at once notified, and proceeded to
hold an inquest
Montreal. It is stated that there
are three steamer per week from Liver
pool, two from Ulasgow and two from
London which make Montreal their
terminus. There are also several lines
of clippers sailing from Liverpool and
other principal ports of Great Britain
to MontreaL As to the advantages of
proceeding to the West, it is stated
that Chicago can be reached by steam
from Montreal in ten days, and that
after May 1st there will be a daily line
of propellers running bet ween the two
ports. Montreal claims that the charges
there for trans-chipping ara one-third of
those demanded at New York, being
for wharfage sixty-seven cents per one
hundred dollars value of goods, and
twenty-five cents per ton on metals.
Cartr ge is fifty cents a ton on goods,
and twenty-five cents a crate on crock
ery. The charge for customs entry and
bond is five dollars at New York and
'jne dollar at MontreaL
In Cincinnati a man recently applied
for insurance on the ice covering a
pond owned by him, -until he could
noils'! it, but he could get no company
to take the risk.
Among the si elite bordering on the
marvellous which attract the traveller's
attention in Egypt, beyond even the
mysterious proceedings of the Cairene
magician who professes to summon the
dead to life, may be mentioned the
interesting performances of the snake
charmers. These men belong to the
order of Bifaoe Dervishes. They pro
fess, to discover the presence of any
venomous snakes which may be con
cealed in the house, a very common
occurrence in the warm climate of
Egypt, and, if there be such snakes, to
all nre them from their hiding-place.
The first measure usualy resorted to
by the wary spectators is to cause the
performers to be thoroughly scearched
in the cenrt yard previouslv to their
being introduced into the interior of
the house, lest they may have snakes
hidden either in the folds of their ' caf
tans," or long flowing robes, or in those
of their libat. or baggy trousers!
Sometimes they are forced to deposit
their voluminous garments in' some
corner of the court-yard, and, as an
additional precaution, they are made to
tuck up the loose sleeves of fheir kam
i, or shirts after these have been care
fully examined as the rest of their
When all possible precautions have
been ' taken, the snake-charmers are
allowed to enter the house. Immedi
ately upon admission they assume an
air of mystery, strike the walls and
floor with a short palm-stick, .whistle,
make a chuckling noise with the
tongue, and spit on the ground exclaim
ing, " I adjure ye, if ye lie alove or be
low, that ye come forth; I adjure ye,
by the most great name, if ye be obed
ient, come forth; and, if ye be disobe
dient, die! die! " However close may
have been the previous search in every
corner of the apartment, and in every
piece of furniture and hanging drapery,
in about ten minutes, generally speak
ing after these exclamations, a snake is
dislodged from one of the projecting
cupboards with which most rooms are
lined, or drops from the wood-work of
the ceiling. The result of any incred
ulous expression on the part of the
spectator, who may imagine the snake
to be harmless, is to make the snake
charmer excessively indignant He
generally seizes one of the snakes by
neck, and, after displaying his fangs,
tears him to pieces with his teeth,
spitting out the bits on the ground with
excited, defiant air.
The only solution of this mystery is,
that as these dervishes make it a prac
tice to tame snakes, live habitually with
them, and are not very cleanly in their
habjte, their bodies and clothes become
deeply impregnated with the pungent
oil which collects on the surface of the
snake's skin, and thus the latter reptile.
being gifted with strong olfactory
nerves, is immediately made aware of an
odor which appears to indicate the
presence of members of his family, and
comes forth from his hiding-place to
Early Explorations in Michigan.
A correspondent of the Saginaw Enter
prise, writing in regard to the discovery
of a strange nng of earthworks found
in the Township of Hersey, submits to
the public what he believes to be the
origin and history of said wonderful
tlisooveries. These singular rings of
earthworks, he says, are said to have
mounds in their vicinity, and if the
bones in these mounds are burned,
i.e., charred, the present Indians know
nothing of it except by traditions.
Indians one hundred years old, that
have inhabited this country from child
hood, know nothing of the mound near
Tamarac .Lake, wherein these remains
were burned, except by tradition, and
they say they are the remains of white
men, while the mounds & mile to the
westward they are familiar with, and
claim as those of their own people.
There is something significant in this.
The Indians also have a tradition that
their great-great-grandaires were visit
ed by a strange body of white men, and
had frequent battles with them. The
mound at Tamarac Lake has an oak
tree growing in its center about two
hundred years old,- and the earth
thrown up is taken from a complete
circle round, showing that it was all
done at one time, while in the Indian
burying ground there is no such precise
regularity. The redoubt in township 18
north, of range 7 west is less than 400
and more than 300 years old. This fact
can be determined by the consecutive
grains of timber standing upon the em
bankment,- and the now almost extinct
remains of three pine trees, that did
stand in the or in the way of digging,
which they avoided and passed around.
The pitch knots of those trees shew
that one generation of time has passed
away, and the second is now in prime
and decay. The ring of earthworks in
Allegan County are said to be much
the same as this one in Hersey, which
is of a size corresponding with a re
doubt, to cover five or six hundred men,
it being about 12 perches in diameter,
and perfectly round. If the form was
of a polygonical structure, it would an
swer fully the desenptcon of a hastily
constructed redoubt of the 17th century
for defensive warfare.
This ring of earth is seven feet high
from the bottom of the ditch to the
top of the embankment upon the outer
side, and three feet high upon the in
side, thirteen rods diameter, perfectly
round, less than four, and more than
three hundred years old, and if DeSota
did not construct it, who did ?
It appears from the account of De
Soto's travels that he passed through
many Indian countries, and this ring
of earthworks agree with Almino's de
scription of the last battle with the' In
dians. At what other - possible point
between here and the coast of Florida
could they have found Indians calling
themselves thu Great Miamis, except
in their own country? At what place
would they have found dense cedar
swamps, except in this Peninsula ?
A Reasoning Cat.
The Pike County (111.) Democrat
"A short time since a favorite cat
was left in the editor's sitting-room,
after all the family had retired, and
was not heard of until twelve o'clock
at night, when it set up a most out
rageous caterwauling, arousing the
editor and family from a sound slumber.
ihe noise was continued for several
minutes after he awoke, and a family
council was then and there held as to
what was the matter with the cat
Twas a bitter cold night, and it was
decided if the cat could stand it we
could for a while, at least Just then
the cat came directly to our bed-room
door, and with renewed and terrific
power, sent forth her yowls, accom
panied by a scratching on the door.
And whereuDon our better half doclnr-
ed that she would arise and see what
the cat wanted. She did so, while we
stnek to our bed. Opening the door,
she found the stove door wide open, a
quanity of coal fallen out upon the zinc
beneath the stove, the stove pipe red
hot, and the chimney on fire. Imme
diately on her coming out the cat be
came quiet and had nothing more to
say. Proper measures were taken to
avert the danger of the fire, which we
thmir, but tor the cat alarm, would
have occur ed. Can a cat reason 't We
say yes, and our boy Dan's cat can out
reason any other cat in ths State."
The trees and shrubbery along the
railroads, from Springfield to Chenoa,
Illinois, have been nearly all destroyed
by the late storm. In some cases there
is not a tree left in orchards tlmt had
200 to 1,000 trees. It is a terrible I03S,
and it is no wonder the fruit grc wers
The Princess of Prussia makes her
won dresses and bonnets.
Grand Gift Enterprise.
Inplacing beforeoar rea dera the rran 1
gift nterprise ina-ieutaled by the Mua'cal !
tiocit-ty of Milwaukee, W is., we wish to
recommend the merits ot Uie scheme to
their careful consideration. The origins
tors of the enterprise are well and honora
bly known throughout the country, there
being very few musical organizations of
equal merits In the United Stales. Within
ihe twenty years of its existence, this
Musical Society has rained the universal
esteem and support of Milwaukeans as one
of their most prominent institutions. For
this reason the most widely known bus'ness
men of that city, foremost among whom is
the Hon. Alkxasdeb'Mitohell, President
of the Milwaukee & St Paul R. R., and
Representative in Congress of the first dis
trict of YMsconsin, have not only given
their endotsement, but al o theiraciire in
fluence to this eiikrprise, which is to take
the last obstacle of I ho Society's future
way, by ameliorating Ihe s ate of its finan
cial affairs. The screme so eudoree-d can
not but meet witli confidence and unlvt-rs il
favor. Eighty Thoutand Dollar in green
backs are to be dL-tril'Uted, among which
there is one prize of $35,000, and many
others ami tinting to large sum. The
tickets are sold at $2.00. Mr. H. N. nemp
sted, tbs well-known music dealer i f Mil
waukee, is the geceral agtnt of the enterprise.
Indigestion, depression of spirits, and
general debility in their various forms;
also, as a preventive against fever and
ague, and other intermittent fevers, the
"ierro Phosphorated tlixir of Cali
saya," made by Caswell, Hazard k. Co.,
New York, and sold by all druggists, is
the best tonic, and ns a tonic for na-
tier-U recovering from fever or other
sickness, it has no cquaL
Victoria Ston-r. A new, artificial
stone, known as Victoria stone, is now
being manufactured in England by a
process perfected by a Air. Uighton.
This consists in mixing broken granite,
the refuse of granite quarries, with hy
draulic cement, and steeping the mass
in silicate of soda. For this purpose
the masses to be silicified are immersed
in a tank of silicate of soda, in which
are placed pieces of a peculiar silieions
stone obtained at Farnham, possessing
the property of having its siucia in
such a state as to dissolve in cold caus
tic soda. The lime of the concrete
mass takes silicia from the Silicate, and
the soda set free re-dissolves silicia
from the Farnham stone. Hence the
process is continuous.
An Italian princess was recently ser
enaded at her palace in Borne. She
appeared on the balcony in a dress of
white lace worn over gold tissue and
holding in her hand an antiquated
cathedral lamp, from which dropped
J5tr Thr Solace of Aor. Planta-
nog Bitters is an acraeable compound of St
Croix ram the moot nutrimeatnl of all dis
tilled liquors and a variety of tonic, altera
tive and anti-buioas vegetable productions,
among which is that moat invaluable of invig
oranta. Call bite bark. The spirituous basis
is manufactured by tha agents of tbs proprie
tors, from the sugar-cane, on their own lease
hold plantations in the West Indies ; and the
CalisEva. bark is gathered and prepared for ex
portation from South America by the employes
of the firm. Both, therefore, an be guaran
teed to be unadulterated, and ol Uie unset
For these reasons, Plastattotc Bitters is
recommended as an uneqnaled invigorating
cordial for aired persons. Bat it has a strong'
er recommendation than that of the proprie
tor, vie : tbs testimony of thousands in the
decline of life, who have tested its revivifying
properties. The record covers a period of
.. IL.. An Twl in..ll1fiA WltH UYM
and all ages, from fifty to four-score years and
SSe Sea Moss Fartkb from pure Irish
Hoes, for BUno Hsnee, Paddings, Cuetards,
Creams, Ac. ' Ac The cheapest, healthiest,
and most doucious food in tbs world.
Sarins Great Dry-Goods House of
John T. FarweU A Co. now opening their
foreign importations have the best and low
est priced stock in Chicago.
Kay Always stjrb to curb Dyspepsia.
It removes the cause, and therefore removes
the disease. Its effects are instantaneous
don't take 15 minutes. Its results are perma
nent and tasting. Cos's Dtspetsia Cuke should
have a home in every household.
J8cSThk connection of John V. Far
weU A Co. with the chief manufactories of
Europe and America, enables them to show
the largest and beet stock of Notions, Fancy
Goods, Hosiery and Gloves in Chicago.
tSr Johk V. FabweiiL 4 Co., having
had unprecedented success with the Eailroad
brand Alpacas, have again secured its entire
SOT' Fob Thboat Diseases and Affec
tions of the chest, " Brortn't Bronchial
Troches" or Cough Lozenges, are of great
value. In Coughs, Irritation of the Throat
caused by cold, or Unusual Exertion of the
vocal organs, in speaking in put be or singing,
they produce the most beneficial results. The
Troches have proved their efficacy.
JBaT" Pbushtno's White Wine Vinegar
is a most superb article for table use. Ask
for it. Warranted pare.
t25SEE ADVERTISE SCENT of Dr. Butts'
Dispensary, headed Book for the Million Mar
riage Guide in another column. It should
be read by all.
6e2T Popular. It is correctly as
sorted that Dr. Henry's Boot and riant Pills
are the most favorite family pill in use. See
advertisement in another column.
Provide for your creditors, if you
have any, any way, increase your es
tate, by insuring in The Mutual Life
Insurance Company of Chicago.
JtT John V. Fab well 4 Co. have re
moved to their new store, 106, 108, 110 and 112,
Wabash Avenue, Chicago, and are now open
ing the largest and most varied stock in the
MARKETS. NEW YORK.
B:rr Cattle Fair to Prime.-... ..
Sheep Fair to Prime
Floub Sprint Eits
Wheat No. 2 Spring .-
Corn Western mixed.. ...........
Oats W esters...
PoB-t Mess .........
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.. IK MS
, l oo a 1 10
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1 S3 M 1 64
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f 00 6 SO
4 00 (4 4 50
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4 00 A 7 00
18 A 23
30 A 22
i oo A t a
A 1 23
A 1 xs
Stock Cattle Common ,
SffFEl Live Good to Choice.....
Buttsb Choice ,
Flode White Winter Extra
h oritur Kxtra.. .........
Wheat Surma-, No. l
Oats No. .
Rte No. J
Barlet No. !......
Pobe Mess, New
Wheat Bed, No. 1
.. A 7 00
.. 60 A 7 60
.. S AO A 6 00
.. 4J6 A (90
.. 1 W A 1 IB
67 A 6
.. 62 A 63
A I 06
Beet Cattle Choice
(iood to Prime
Sheep Good to Chotcs. ............
Flour Sprins XX
Wheat No. J Bed
.aire a too
. t so Atoo
. 7 26 A800
. 1 76 A 6 00
. 660 ASSO
. 1 47 A 1 48
48 A 49
U A if.
. 1 00 A 1 03
. A 1 06
. It A 12 S
Stock Cattle Common
Sheep Live Good to Choice
Flub White Winter F.xtra
Wheat Spriu, No-1
Oats No. 2..
Rte No. a
6 00 A60
. 460 (4 75
7 00 A 7 60
so A j oo
17 A 20
18 A 90
(76 A 7 25
t 12A 0
A 1 244
5 1 2S
21 60 (SS m
VGHN-'r W ATEI-'tSS A MONTH) bv the
A.NFKIC'W KMrt.MI MACHINE VO
6JTUN. MA3.H,orST.LOUla. MO.
JL N. U, Feb72e, 187L ' NoTsT
Hip Disease of Three Tears Radically
tared by seven nasiers.
The suns of Interna Tumors, of Heart and Paralytic
A (Tactions sstisfy madias! men that tt is a peculiar
stimulative actios upon ths absorbent vassals
which ALLCOCK'8 POROU8 PLASTERS saver fail
to impart that produce these results. These troubles,
dissections prove, arias from ersta, or tnmora, which
press open ths nerves of lbs part, and which these won
derful Plasters causa to bs sbsorbsd and removed. -
Thousand supposed lams for Ills, by ths ass of this
eimple cars mar become perfectly sonnd.
SErrov. Ltvebpool, Oct. 4, 18fs-
Messrs. AiXCOCS A Co., Sine Sins :
Three rears aso mr daughter Jans was taken with
severs pals ia ths hip, and her foot was drawn up nvs
mebsa from the around. I called In s physictsn, who
said sbs had "bin dlasssa." Hs treated her for some
Ume. when he told me nothing: would help her, and we
most maks up our minds to loss ber. This was abont a
year asTO,snd then aba oould not moves step without
itches. About this time we were advised to try AU-
coek's Porous Plaalsia. Ws foe ens and applied It
over the hip joint, and tt save bar immediate relief
Sinoe then sbs baa used abont seven, and she haa now
for two months walked to school sad back every day,
and the distance Is one and a half miles, and thia with
out any mconvenlenos. Her mother and I look upon
i curs as almost a miracle. I am. very respectfully
roars. THOS. KKITUJ.
This esse Is from ths Liverpool Mercury, October S,
1870, and may bs seen at tbs Principal A re nay. But ws
know the statement to ths tins from our own knowl-
sdse. THOSIA8 ALLCOCK A CO.
Eistressing Congix Cared.
Letter from the Rev. Dr.Beattie.
BcoTCHTOwa. Orsncs Co, N. Y, Oct. So, 18S8.
THOMAS Ail. TCK k Co- 81ns Slnf :
Toot Poroas Plasters are s treat bleaainc. Mj danxh
tar Isabella had whoop Ins sonsb scans two ire months
since: when ths severity of ths disease had abated aha
still for six months had a diati easing- oongh and became
very vssk and thin. Finding internal remedlea of no
avail, aa All cock's Porona Plaster vss spplied to her
cheat. Tbs oongh wss relieved from the day tt waa pat
In one month was entirely cored.
I am roars, trnly, D. BEATTIR.
Inflammation of the Sidneys Cored.
Thomas Axxcoci k CaeSios Sin- For yean I hav
Kfforad Irani intUmmstkm of ths Iridnsys; mr par
lel&afl car m Utile relkLfrtv-tdl moral tboat Ilk &a old
mu bent down by rears of sofferlnc. At tenjrth roar
Paeons Plasters were recommended to me. I applied
one to eaeb Itidner, and the rellof was Immediate. I
wore them for thlrtr day. when my back and kidney
were nerf eotly well, and I was one mor able to walk
net. I think the lutlf of the Ttrta- of your Plter
yet remain to be told, bat ehoald any one wish to hear
thereof I shall be pleased to tell of mr experience.
1 am yonra reepeetfolly,
THOMAS J. JACKSON,
231 East Thirty-eeoond stseet
We are ta receipt of euros of bruises, of Internal
lessDS,of eTilanred cploen, of broken rib, of oroop, ol
itw ef eold feet, of hune baek, of pains in the side
and about the heart, k. Mr. Nathan Anderson of
Croton, Westchester eountr, for two years could not
walk from hip taleaetr AUooek'. Porous Plasters cured
him In six months, and he wa better after putting on
GnmJtxxif : In December 1863,mr breast bone way
ernahed and badly injured by being struck by a hear
spar. I waa taken home senseless, whore for a week, 1
lay t the point of death. Mr doctor sould do but
tittle for mo, and I suffered eountinnal pain The doc
tors thona-ht a blister plastar wonld help me if put on
the breasUut I thought I would try instead. Allcoek'a
Porous Plaster. I put one en mr breast and side, and
from that time ocean to ret better, and In one month
I was wen. free from pain, and able to attend to mr
bustnem. Any one can call and see my breast, and I
will ahow them a modern miracle of cure.
J. R BtWX
No. 1 South Fifth street.Willlamabani. L. .
TbOMAS AlsXsOOGK 4 Oo.
.Nervous Afictions of the Head
For two years I hare been a treat sufferer from now
raliria in the head .and found only temporary relief from
all the various remedies that I hare tried.antll I applied
on of AJleock's Porous Plasters. I cut It Into three
striparPssVtdnc one under each shoulder blade, and the
other orer the small of the backhand for ths past three
months I hare had ocareery twinge of the old pain.
I ad rise all who suffer from nettouj disease to lose no
time In ii trial of the wonderful Porous Plaste
A. P. 6TKRL1NG,
See. Sincer Mfg Co.
New Tons, June 8, 1801
Recently a ctnUenua, from a Jar, waa so lame he
oould not put bis left foot to the rronnd. Satisfied his
general health needed attention, from the constant
pain In hia hip joint, whether tt waa from malaria
absorbed into his system or from some other cause, he
was satisfied that some humors hau settled upon his
bip joint. Hs took sore BRANDRKTH'S PILLS
and the next earning be applied orer the hip Joint an
AIXCOCK'S POROUS PLASTER. All pain was
gone after the effect of the pills, and in a single day
his lameness had left him, which he believes the
Porous Plasters hould hare the ered jt of.
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS
Are now nncondltlunallr accepted by hundreds of
thousands of famltiea as their Improved ewrstve for
Ohest Affections, Coughs, Sore Throat, Nervous A tree
Lions, Affections and Dropsy of ths Heart, Kidney
Affections, Pain and Weakness of the Back, Stitches
and Pains of the Side, and ta Iambago, si together ua
rivalled at as outward application. Their wonderful
is mainly attributed to some power they have of
Upon the part where applied, by which pain and ditwas
stop, aad healthy actions in the abeorbente are induced
Governor Eard's Testimony.
Washikoton, April 3, 1870,
Aixcock A Co:
Your Porous Suwugthening Plasters have proved of
the greatest service to ma. Some tins sinoe I was
troubled with violent rfaeumatie or neuralgic pains la
both mr arma. They gradually grew worse and
approached the hear. Finding nothing I applied gave
ate relief J tried your Porous Plasters, which I wore for
two months. The pain eeased almost immediately,
and I have had no pain since. As aa external remedy
wiei riirtnri rn 1nnntnprahla I hava recommended
tnem to many of mr friends In the city of Atlanta,Ga.
who I reside, and they are loud In their praise, the
Plasters having proved equally useful 1 their case as
la Biine. SAMUEL BARD,
Let Rditor Atlanta (Ga.) Daily New Era.
BRAN DRETH HOUSE, NEW YORK.
SOLO BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
A Booh for the Million.
m mBaVeei iRiKOorthoss about
cerleesna revelations of the sexual system with the
suae oisooveriee in prodisctng and preventing ofl
-er ". aax7vj viuf lua wrmpieuon, at o.
Tnis is an interesting work of two hundred and tv
riourwet, with namerous engravings, and ron ! -1 n i
vajoaoie loiormatlon for those who are married r -.
template marriage; still it l a book thatouirht t . I
under lock and key. and no laid caxelesely about tis
is V WOSE,
Soot to any one (tr, of rMtag) for Fifty C-mt.
AddrMA Dr RllUl1 risnanasr WA 11V E-ir.tr.fi
St Lonis, Mo.
PTotic to the AfTUrtrd nnn! UnfriTnnnrr.
Before applying to tho notorious Q tacks vrhn arivcr
Usb in public papei-!, or using aor OtTArK RfrMKinrs,
peruse Dr. BuTts' work, no matter what your disease ia
ri o " your coneiiion.
Dr. Butts can beconvxilted, penonally or by mall, on
ne uiitt-nninifjiiiioiina in nil work, umre, ro. i i n
Eighth Sw bet. Market and Chestnut. St. Louis Mo.
Buy Mo and Til Do Ton Good.
ROOT & PLANT
By cieajjlag the Blood and arousing the
L-rwr uu Bfcmive orgsns to a neauoy ac
tion, theee Pil Im rnrsa tnsnv ArsninUintatihirh
it would not be supposed they could reach.
IOCO BB rXCAITAt HE, fAHf IJf THS HIDE,
Numbers or the HAirra akd Feet. Dcll-
"- tJ HILL nfESA, RHEUMATISM, ritBAL
OlA. LOSS OF APPETITE, BlLIOUS DTfiErt-
teht, K wrrrr A rrxr-rio its, Constitatiow,
Debility, Fevebs or All ktps, Dtpitf-
BIA. JAUNDICE, and other kinr(rMl Yr!Tirliintm
arising from a low state of the bodyorob-L
morcury or other poiaona, they can be tekn
out regard to diet or boainoss.
Price 2ft Onta a Box. Prepared by the
Grafton Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by drusjosU and dealers in medicine
BLOOMINGTON NURSERY, ILL.
19th Tear. 000 area. U Greonnonses.
Larfrer-t AMitnfnr-aJI aizei. Bwt 8 lock !
Lot Price 1 old 70a know What,
Wiieo. Hew i Plant !
Frolt. Shade. ETergreen Trees ; Root Grafts, Seed
lings. Os&jrs Plants : Apple Seed, Earlj Rose Potatoes;
Shraba ; Roas,G reenhooae and Garden Plants, Ac. Ac
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS
Finest, Beat Collect Ion-Sorts and QuaJtij.
Seod 10 oents for New. H rostrated. Descriptive Cata
logue flu pages, bend ftuip, each. fir C-talogae ef
Seeds, wi'h plain dirtx-tiiiDs-'! pagos; B-MluiDsr and
Oardea Plant S-3S pages, and Whoioeaie Price List M
F. K. PHOENIX, Blooming,,, HI.moU.
CF.NT.-Ths weekly wrsroxsnt. a
rwuar larser loan tho Aie York Wk!. con-
tai allot all the great utory ot "NO MAN'S FRIEND,"
mm Tw.,rrtr Ik! tn Mh IS. Inclndins hack nnm.
bers, for SO cents. Address CRAMER, AIKE.N'3 A
CBAMKR, Mllwankes, Wisconaln.
imWAUKHE MUSICAL SOCIETY.
GcYeljclcX Grift Concert !
At Mnatc IIs.IL, Milwaukee, Wedaeslav Er.., April 40, 1STI, witk the klad
aaiiitnnre of the best muilral talent of the eity.
$80,000 ISM GASH PRIZES !
Te be Distributed tat GREESBACKS, mm follows
100,009 Tickets are to be Sold at f l.OO Each.
Ths drswins will taks nlaes after tha Concert, and will bs eoadncted bv the fnlleeHne
act aa Drewins Committee:
HO". ALEXANDER MITCHELL.
J. HE.NRV LNBUSCrLKso,
GCIDO PFISTKR, Caq.
GKO. W. ALLKN, Ki.
ANGUS SMITH, Esq,
All prizes will be paid on ths dav after ths drawine;.
EM1L tVALLBEK, Secretarj Milwaukee Musical
n n.n. HKMreTKO,410 Broadwar, MUwaokee.Wis.,
punueoee aoooia oe saareasea.
UNTIL YOU HATE SEEN
Cook- -Coburn Co,'s
SULICT WESTEM LIST
Send for oar rat In MILWAUKEE. KELLOGG.
Lists or (Joan try weekly Nwiirpen, m bracing collectively orer wo auxeretu paper. '
KATES Or AOTKBTTSCiO OITES FOB xVSTt PAP EH IK
LOW BATES and iiifoniiaUion will be furnished
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS.
No. 87 Dearborn
fnl 35th Semi-Annual
Sl OOiO Q O
1 Cash Prize of
5 Cash Prizes of
6 Cash Prizes of
2 Family Carriages and Hatched Horses, with Silver-mounted Harne.
worth $1000 Mt-ht
TWO HORSES & BUGGIES, with Silver-mounted Harness, worth taOO eecrt
TWO FIXE ROSEWOOD PIAOM. WO R T If 8SSS EACH!
TEN FAMILY SEWK.3 MACHINES. WORTH $100 EACH!
Gold aad Silver Lever Histisr. VTstrkra, aorta from $i"..0fl ts $.100.00 tack!
Sold Vest and 6usrd Chains, Solid and Doable-Plated Silver Ware. Jewelry. Photograph Albums. Ac
WHOLE UniBCB OF rRIIt.V I0.S4H, I TICKETS LIMITED TO Mk.0
To be drawn Monday, March 27, 1871.
Single Tickets, $2 j Six Tickets,. $10; Twelve Tickets, $20; Twenty-five
A avals wasted tv aril Tlrhrla, te watsna liberal awenalaisn will be smM.
Circulars contain! nr. a full list of prizes, a ritcriptloa of the manner of draw Ins;, and other
Informatloo In reference to the Distribution, will be sent to anr one ordering ibem.
All letters must be addressed to
ovvTrv, 101 W. 6th St.
2,177 Oifts -
Ho EDWARD O-NEIL.
L. R. Dl'RAND, Eta,
S. S. Mr.KKII.I. Kq.
M. L. MORA WF.TZ. Kq.
JOHN K. KLDRRO, Keo, - -
Hon. H. L PALMER.
A. V. H. CAUPt.N XER, Keo,
W. H. JACOBS, Pres't MUwaniee htn-Jcal '8eeistr.
Society T. L. BAKtR. Treeearer,
Caehier Milwaukee National Bank.
U the aotoorixed general aceat, to snoea ail i
CHICAGO NEWSPAPER UNIOH It BEXLEVLLLE
TBI UNITED STATU.
free by .KidreMirLg
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
I D. SINE, Box 86,
- riMl'IXXAIi. Ol
l arnTTTrTK for YEAST, (TEAM TARTAR.
A M'IA or.AI FK ATI'S. U It.r p-t-Iu- ti.m ol
M;I1T, WIUU EMME and IEI.H'In!s ...li,
HtMuitft. (iriddle 4ek-. WaiHe. torn' Bread and
latrT of every dowription. Erry box wnrian.i-d.
We "liaverrrtifimt of mhim- of' the trrt hm?e
fceepem in the miintrr who rNniniend it a liein?
larruperior to anr ther have Tr Med Trr it,
and tom will use n'o other. Vttt sale by all gnct'r-.
Manufcrtured hj IIOLUTER A CO., Tulodo, O.
LADDEit A Ceaikk, Aj?'ti 39 S. Water iSt.. Chicago.
Cut This Out !
And wnd twratyliTw wnU for a ticket, and draw a
Watch, Sewiar Machine, Piano, or aoma arucio of
raiua. No blanka. A'ldreaa A
PACKARD A CO., CineinnaU, O.
In Southwest Miasoarl.
The Atlantic &. Pacific R. It Co.
Hare for aale 1,500,000 acres, of boat Quality, oa long
credit, cheap. , , ,
Thcae lands are just brongbt Into market, h.Ttaa
been reeerred atnee 13 till the completion of this
Road. None of theee lands hxrm gooo into speculators'
hands. Aetoal settlers are oOTninff in, and to tnem only
are aaloa made. The best climate, with bor. mild
winterand lone stammers, rehired br yeolonical eleva
tion, from areat heat, and healthlulneas superior to all
consamptive tvndcncieti, Invite settlers to tiiu region.
r or uarttcaiar. in panipuiei. Vy-J
AMOS TUCK. Land Commissioner.
Corner HUtu and Walnut 8U St. Lotus, Mo,
How made from Cider. Wine,
Motaaeeaor Sorghum in 10 hours
without nftic drugs. Circular
free. W. tL Vinegar
Maker, Shlloh, O.
3 S O , O O O
ON TIIK 3(vt JIMK'H. 1871, our sernml
Dtstrihntion of Cook aniotkrr Gift, amounting
to 50.000, will be msde to the pure
brstod T'.to', armrs Goid Pel
Pen snd Ticket, l-50. or 4 for .V
urcbassrs of our two
Pent " Price ol 1 Gold
.A SI Sd. or 4 for SJL For nartieulara and
list of Gifts, address . H. COLOiTE s CO., Cln-
THE GREAT FIME AT RICHMOND.
Herring's Safes in the Spotswootl.
523,500 in cusnsncz
ASD THR BOOKS. PAPERS. R1XVFR AM)
VALUABLES OF THR SPOTTSWOOD
HOTEL.AXD THE ADAMS SOUTH
RB.S EXPRKS8 fJOMPAV
ARE SAVED IX HKK.
L 0. BABCOCK'S LETTER.
Omn or Adam Exprf.m Comfawt. t;
Na Beoaowai, New York, Dec 31. 170.
Mumrn. BrrrbHj, Farrti r Skermam fOrxr agent at
Richmond writes: We got throueh to-night drjing
and tiling ap the money from tne late nre. lae con
tents of the safe, fi3,&0 in bills, we recovered. It wai
a Herring's Safe, and a good on. eert;iim.'
Yours truly. I. C. 1 ABCtXJIv, Treasurer.
LETTER FROM J. M. 8UBLITT A CO
Proprietors of the Spottwood.
R 1 001 OKU, Va., Iec 59, 17".
jrmmtH fTe-rrrna. Fhml r Shrrmtxm :
tiENTS: On the nxrrning of the 45fh int- we were 0
nnionnnaio as 10 oavn our ni-;i numru. iitiwu
tents. Vet, we were fortunate enough to have on of
your Herring's Patent Champion Sfes. which foil into
too cellar amon a Darning mass or rntna. Aurr uie
tire abatI.we tried ail means toeztrtrate it, bat found
it impossuble on account of the brlvks. mortar, and
burning ruboisb lying thereon and about it, so wo em
ployed a mechanic and cut it open through tho bottom,
and, to our utmost surprise, wo found the eoutents,
consisting of Taluab!opaters. money, and some silver
ware, all In good orier. Had it not bren for your Her
ring's Sale we would have. lost everything. .
J. M. SI7KT TTT CO.
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION &APKS.
Thk atObi Ffm."t Protkctios rnoM r iKE row
HggBiwa's New Pattnt CHaatPiow Bawekri Safh.
The Best Pkotectiow Againbt BcuiLAiu Tool
H ERR TNG, FARRF.L A .SHERMAN,
No. 251 Iimv!war. corner Murray St., N-- York
PARREL, HKHRINU A CO., Philadelphia. -HERRING,
PARREL A CO.,Ch.c.-xgo.
HKRRLNG PaRKKL A SHERMAN New Orleans.
TO THE SUFFEIMCt.
A e-stw tnr i" Alt Bum nt! nil RfOtiC II It!
AtrhsMm. Sorr Tttroat, StIhIh, onght and
( old, fnt Ft. This recipe I discovered whiie re
din in Braail as a missionary. H cured me of too
ram prion when all other means bed failed, therefore I
feel it my duty to send tt, free of charge, to all who arj
Buffering from Throat und I. anr diforders.
Address Kr.v. i ii.i.iA.v ti. .l'miu.i,
: iiloockr biv, ow Vok i vy
VTE WII.I. PAY AGENTS A SAI ABTflr
IV M:til .. wfi'k anj extea.4ea. or alius. a laras
sommiaaion. to sell our S"w wondrrnl invention.
-drra, M. TABKEB CO- Marshall. Mirh.
TMm V-irrlrrl T.niTleV PriTnte 'imiRwlon
contains the desired int'ormion. Sent frje tor two
r-a intorm.rinn. -nT irjo lor rwo
Mss. H. METZGER, Hxnov er. P.
for a superior article 65 t ?20 per daj and no risk
Do yon wanta sitnatfon aasvilasjuan st t.r nar home,
to Introduce oar awT-strand HVu'-e M'tVe-rV-w Cm A
Lie icAitk Ki'l la rfcz'-'. D-c't rtii- Uin charw-e.
Sample frn. AJtron I?tiF".n hirtr Hire O'., .4
.r. s V M Ds-Un St., Chicajco liJ.-'
er rfnr) to sll the
O'lebritsd ilOi!K sill riLt. s
rmvi; u . . h. .-iV. , f.d. rr.-,t
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cV'TahltooabotSiiii'niw ley he-w4.
Th? be t ano ch i-t (u:i Seatan ilcchn. in
thanwket. S80 CLARK A
Bostoa. Maaa.. Pit tabor-b. Pa., Chicago, IU., Of
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
MILLIONS Rnr Textlmonv ta Tbrlr
Wonderful Curative Eitects.
Dlt. WAI.KEirS t'Al.IFOR.MA
Ther nre not Tile FANCY DRINK. Hade
of Poor Item, hinkj. Proof Spirit ana! Ke
fane Uqaors doetored. spiced and sweetened
pleaae the taste, called Toniea,n " Appetiaera,w M Re
storers," Ac, that lead the tippler en to drnnkennese
and rain, but ara a tree Medicine, nude from tha Natire
Boot i and Her be of California, free frons nil Aire-
belie SrlsnelantA. They are the fiK KAT RlJMitl
PI RIFILU end at LIFE CiiVINU PU1.ML
PLaK a perfect Renovator aad Inviorator ef
System, carrying off ail poiaoaooa matter, aad raetcring
the blood to a healthy condition. No person can take
these Bitters according to aUrections and rentaha long
nnwelL prorided their bones are not destroyed by min
eral poison or other sneana, aad the rttal organs
wasted bejond the point of repair.
They axe a lien tie PnraraiiTe ava well ns n
Towir-t poaeeaaing also, the eecaliar merit of acting as
a powerful agent in reUertng Coogeetton er Is flam ma.
nation of the Lirer. and all the Viseeral Organs
FOR FEMALE CfKMPl-AINTS, whether
yonng or old, married or single, at tne dawn of
hood, or at the torn of life, these Tonic Bitters have
For Inflammatory end Chronic Rhenmntiaan
and feat, Dysnrpsla or Indf vescfeaH Rilions,
Remittent and Intermittent Ferern Wnetxmea
eftlie Blood. Htm, Kidneys aad BlnddtTT,
these Bitter bare been -Boat roeeesefol. Horn
Difveaaes are eansed by Tl tinted Blood which
generally prod need by derangement of the DUreetiTe
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. Headache,
Pain in the Shoolders, Coaarha, Tightness of tne Chest,
Dizzlneea, Soar E nidations of the Stomacn. Bad taste
ia the Mouth, Biliooa Attacka, Psrpitatioa of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Langs, Pale in the regions
of the Kidneys, and a hoadred other painful arm ptoms
are the offsprings of Dyvpeisia.
They iarigorate the Stomach nd stimulate the tor
pid Uxor and bowels, which render them ef a neq nailed
e&eacy ia cleansing the blood of ail lrapnritkea, and
imparting new life and rigor to the whole system.
POR SKI niRAVKM. Rrnntkms. Tetter. Silt
Rheum, Blotch en, (Spots, Pimple, Postales, Boilit.Cnr
buncle, Kinr-Worms, ScH-Read, Sore Kyea, Krylp
elc Itcti. Scarfs. li9Co!orati'ns of the Skin, Hnmors
and rhea.-c of the riin. ci whate-r nime or nstnre.
are'i er!Iy dn n and ciriM out ofiho aysreni ia a
short time by then of these B.tters. One bottle in
such cases will convince tue moat incredoionajuf their
Cleanse the Vitljitod Blood whenever yoa find Its ha
pnrities bursting throairh the Skin in Pimples, Krap
tiorts or Sors, cleanse it when yoe lind it ob,tntcted
and plogifish tn tii veins: cleruiso it when It iit-fonl.
and yoar I ecltnsrs will uU yon when. Koo the bioou
pare, and the health of the system will follow. a
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking fa the
system of sn many thon-sanas, are effectually detmyd
and romoTed. For full directions rad carefolly the
eirt-nlar amnnd ech bottle, printed In four laafcuagee
English, ticroan, French and panikh.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R! H. McDONAXD A CO
Dragjrtsts and Gen. A rente. Pan Francisco, CaL, aad
i. and H Coramcrco Street, New York.
ry 8QLP BY ALL PRTJOGIST8 AND PBALKR
STKIfTOR in PbTlnry for
the married and
inr marru! ; 14
Unro pace, lev
u!at"S and enrrav-
ings, and 50 recipes worth from l to 10 each. Tue
tolyresiretable popular teeatise on Maniare, Prear
nncy, Cogjagml Sins, LTn.-ppy Unions and Dimreea,
Female ases, S-.-mrnal Weikwcss,Tbrnat and I.ang
PiMMi1 giving iraprirvcd treatment in full.
Price fti cts.' rircular of contents free. M. A S. lNoT
1.MSK Ladies Exrlniivp.T, A 3?-page pamphlet
on Female Uiseaseaaad their treatment, sent free
S5 TOSiO PER DAY7;5SS
who ensace la osr nrw bosin?M nuke (ram ts
34 IO vi-ranr ia their own locslith. FtH particulars
anil instnictjoas mint ireahj mail. Tbosala 000. ol
nrrmnnem. ttrolitahls work, should A'ldreaa at One
CKORGE STINSON A CO ParUaad. Maino.
WOIH, TORN and ."H I'TI fiATEIr MOIKV.
V 1 U, want in, iiii.ntitr o'. niatilAtcd V. . nalMjir
fraetional carrenrr. net euaalerrett.) and wi'l pajrile
FULL TiLn in aKin Boons, sc. rorajre otams unie
aa eob : Revenue ritamiie W per cent, iliacoant. Send
(,.r c itiloeuc, pap", Ac. to HUSTLR A CO., Pub-
- 1 t . em em
TV 1 'i
TO THE WORKING CLASS.
-r. -v r if i. .... .r , ,, ,. . T .
e ere sow prerirso
r3usiiiernew, nxnana pmnrnoie. rerson- of e-.fi-r
pttrtiunal mi by d.'Totiug their aholo time W tha
n B .y antl girl earn nearly aa much tsmn. Tat
a!l who -co u ti-t w.s send then jHldr-". aad fcet
iie uoinT3!'. weinajre tp nnptrail uller: I o uc:i
a sre not -tu .ui;
itll atusie.L wo wul send l to-pT lor tj j
anting. Vol! sari iesi ara, s vr.inablr sair.cl
troobi- of tr
wTicn vin oo to coranience workm, and a cjr 'J"
Ko Jir, i ;ou -.ial iKrsjan'snt, or.jt.tabi- w.k. id i.-ew
f ALi ISA C'X. .Vj4'u..j. jiaaia.
aTTT .. T; -J, ,
? :.T.,i iV "Nv. lii.; . a3a i-liu .7,
1 100U) per month and .xpni Kef.renoes re.)uirl
A. UlNKlTACO., mM.dlroaSt..Chicato,ill. 1
. 1 .- - - ' ' -- . .
Onh Doputs: H. T. HXMBOLD'8 Drug and Cbetn
1: I n irchou.-o. No, 5'M Broad s-.. Now York, or to
H- T- HELMBOLD 3 MsJical Depot, 10 South Tertli
j - t
Component Parte Fluid Extraet
likubarb and Fluid Fxtmc(
Catawba Grape Juice. ' - -
FOR LTVEB COMPLAINTS, JATTNDTCE, BTXIOUS
AEFECTTON8, SICK OB SKRVW8 HEADACHB.
OOSTIVENEHS, Etc PURELY VEGETABLE,
CONTAINING NO MERCURY, MINEBjUsB, OB
Theno BUla Ere the most deUbtfuTlr pWmot
purgatjTe, aiipseding cantor olL aaltat, masroeeia,eto.
1 nere sotning more acceptarw tor tne ewmacn.
They gire tone, and cause neither wiam nor grip
lug pain-. Tner are cutnponed of tba jtAgaf wgrtdi
cut. After a few day nc of them, each, an mriav
oration of tne entire syst4?m takea place as to appear
minenknas to the weak and eoerrated, whether
anaing from impmdence or die ease. H. T. Hehn
bold'a Compovud Fluid Extract Catawba Grape Palm
are not sugar-coated, from the fact that sugar-ooated
HIM do not dinaotTe. out peas throngjk tne stomacn
without di aspiring. cxmeeqnenUT do not produce the
desired effect. THE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, be
ing pleeeant in taste and odor, do net neeeeitate
their being; aigarcoated. f RICK FIFTY CENTH
' HlOBXT COWCEJIIEATEP COVPOCirB
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
WlO radkaSv exterminate from the svstem Sonfala,
Hph:hs, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore E-en, Sore Less,
Sure Mouth, Sore Head, Bronchitis, Blrtn Disesaes,
Salt "h"'"'. Cans era, Bnnnirpra from the Ear, Whits,
Hwellings, Tnmors, Csneerous Affections, Nodes,
Rickets, Glandular Sarrlnsgs, Night Svrsats, Bash,
Tetter, 11 trmere ot all Einda, Chronic Rheumatism,
Jrrspepsia. and all diseasea that have been estabUsB
ed m the srstem for years.
BEI5G PREPABED EXPBESSI.T FOR THK
ABOVE COMPLAINTS. ITS BIOOD-PrKIFTIJia
PROPEBTIES ARE GREATER THAN ANY. OTHER
PREPARATION OK SAMAPARLLLA. IT GIVES
THK COMPLEXIOW A CLEAR AKD HEALTHY
COLOR, AJJD RESTORES THE PATTEST TO A
STATE OF HEALTH AND PURITY, FOB PURIFY
ING TaB BLOOO. REMOVIMi AU. UHKlfilK
CONSTT1 UTIONAL DISEASES ARISING; FRO.VC
AS IMPURE ST A IB OF THE BLOOD, AST) THE
ONLY RELIABLE1 AND EFFECTUAL KNOWN
REMEDY FOR THB CURB OF PAINS AND
SWELLINGS OF THIS BON&i, ULCERATIONS OF
THE THROAT AND LEOS, BLOTCHES, PIMPLES
ON THK FACE, ERYSIPELAS AND ALL SCALY
F.RITPTION80F THE SKIN, AND BEAUTIFYING
THE COMPLEXION. PRICE. 11 .U PER BOTTLE.
HXTITELT T. HSZJ9HISOLSS
CONC1LS T RATED
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
... . . THBeBKATDIUBXTIC,-
has enred everv case of DIABETES m which- tt hss
been (pwn, IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THK
BLADDER AND INFLAMMATION OF THE KID
NEY ULCERATION OF THE KIDNEYS AND
BLa'DEB, BETENTIOM OF URINB, DISEASES
OF THE PR06TATE GLAND, 8TONB IN THE
BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRICK -DUST
DEPOSIT, AND MUCOUS OR MILKY DISCHARG
ES, AND FOR FNFEELBED AND DELICATE CON
STITUTIONS OF BOTH SEXE8,ATTENDED WITH
THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS r INDISPOSITION
TO EXERTION, LOSS OF POWER, LOSS OF
MEMORY, DIFFICULTY OF BRE.T.TINJ. WEAK
NERVES, TREMBLING, HORROR OF DISEASE,
WAKEFULNESS, DIMNESS OF VISION, PAIN IN
THE BACK, HOT HANDS. FLUSHING- OF THK
BODY, DRYNESS OF THE SKIN, ERUPTION ON
THE FACB, PALLID COUNTENANCE, UNIVER
SAL LASSTTUDB Or THE MASCULAR SYSTEM,
Used by pereong from the ages of eighteen to
twvntj-nve, and from thtrty-frre t fifty-ore or In
the tieoltne or change of life ; after eonllMnaeTit or
laoor peine ; bed-wetting in children.
HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHP 18 DITRETTC
ASD BLOOD PCBIFYIN'O, AND CURES ALL DI!
EArtES ARIsrSG FROM HABITSOF DISSIPATION
AND EXCESSES AND IMPRUDENCES IS LIFT,
IMPURITIES OP THE BLOOD, ETC., 8FPERSED
Ra COPAIBA IN ATTECTIONS FOR WHICH IT
18 USED, AND SYPHILITIC AJTECTIONS IN
THEME DISEASES USED IN CONNECTION WITH
HELM BOLD. ROSE WASH.
IN MANY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO LADIES,
THE EX TRACT BCCHO 18 CNEQDALLED BY AST
OTHER REMEDY AS IN CHLOROSIS OR BETEN
TION, IRREliULARITY, PAINEULSeSS OR feL'P
PBEbAION OF CUSTOMARY EViCCATIONS,
ULCERATED OR 8CHIRRC8 STATE OF THE
CTKK08, LEUCORRHlEA OR WHITES, STERILI
TY, AJJD FOR ALL COMPLAINTS INCIDENT TO
THB BEX, WHETHER ARISING FROM INDIS
CRETION OR HABITS 0FDI83IPATION. IT IS
PRESCRIBED EXTENSIVELY BT THE MOST
EMINENT PHYSICIANS AND MIDWIYES FOB
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITUTIONS,
OF BOTH SEXES AMD ALL AGES (ATTENDED
WITH ANY OE THB ABOVE DISEASES OB SYMP
Hr T. HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BCCHU
CURES DISEASES ARI8INO FROM IMPRUDEN
CES, HABITS OF DISSIPATION, ETC
in sll thmr stages, at little expense, little or no ebsnae
in dlei, no mvonvsnes, and no sxsosnrs. It oaueus
s frequent desire, and gives strength to Cnnste,
tnereov removing Oostrnctions, Preventing and
Coring Strictures of tne Urethra, AlUrine Pain and
Inflammation, so frequent in this class of diseases,
and expelling all Prisonous mstter.
Thousands who nave been the victims of incmn pe
trel persons, snd who have paid heavy f res to bs
cured in a short time, have found they have been Oa
reived, aid that ths " Poison " has, by tha use of
" powerful astringents, brsn dried np ta tho sys
tem, to break out in a more aggravated form, and
perhaps after Marriage. .
Affections and Diseases the of Urinary Organs, wnetn
cr exfetin In Mais or Female, from whatever cause
Use HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BCCHU for all
originating, and no matter of how long standing.
PRICE. ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PEB
IIESEY X. HELMBOLD S IMPEOVED HOSE
csnnot be snrpsssed as a FACE WASH, and srffl bs
foandtheonlyspec.no rvmedy In ewry aperies of
CCTANEOl'S AFFECTION. . It srr1ily era icalea
PIMFLES, SPOTS, SCORBUTIC DRYNESS, INDU
RATIONS of tho CUTANEOUS MEMBRANE, etc,
!!pcls REDNESS and INCIPIENT INrXAMMA
TION, HIVES, RASH, MOTH PATCHES, DRYNESS
OF SCALP OR SKIN, FROST BITES, and all pur
poses for which SALVES or OINTMENTS sre used ;
restores the skin to a state of purity snd softness,
and insures continued healthy action to the tissues
of its vessels, on which depends the sgrseble clear
ness snd vivacity of complexion no much sought and
admired. Bat however valuable as a remedy for
existing defects of the skin, H. T. Helm bold 'a Ross
Wash hss long sustained its principle claim tn on
bounded patronage, bv possessing qusutiea which ren
der it a TOILET APPENDAGE of the m Super 1st! vs
and Congenial character, conttinicg in sn elegant
formula those prominent requisites, SAFETY snd.
EFFICACY the invariable aco-mrcnimenr. of its
uses a preservative and Refresher of toe Complex
ion. It is sn excellent IjotioD lor tust-sees of a
the Urinary Organs, arising from babtta ef dissipa
tion, used in connection with the EXTRA) TS
BUCHU. SARSAPARILLA, AND CATAWBA GRAPE
PILLS, in such dissmw. ss rseommended cann"t bo
vrpssied. PRICE, OO.E DOLLAR FzJ& BOA I LE.
Full and sxiilklt directions accomrsny th. medi
Evidence of the most responsible snd reliable rhar-
aetsr furnished on application, with hundreds of
thousands of livteg wiioeesss, snd npward of 30,000
unsolicited certlucates and recemmendatory letters,
many of which are from ths highest sources, lncrad
rng eminent Pb sicians. Clergymen, Statesmen, etc
The prPVTietor has ami resortsn to tnir puonc;
t "onm sns newspspere; aa ouw . w " u.
! ' ft hi- cJe, Jj53E
" aw - y-r i -r -j . .
DeHvvredtoan; address. Socur. from observation.
I ESTABMSTTED PWARD Or TWT.NTT TEARS!,
9ild by Druggists vevywhers. Adilress let'ers for
mfnrmatlon, in con fl-knee to HENRY T.
strssa. pnn.deif.nu, pa.
1, t vi 1. f 1 1 l . '. .rvTrnvi'nsj a v .--.- n
Si.i u UUk.1 1 hit! LI EIorJ
1 HELMBOLD'8 2 TAKJB NOOXHXR,