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TO THE - AFFLICTED I
A RKJJKJDT FOTJSD AT LAST." .
fit Will Cure Your Cough 1
- It WlUPmtt and Cue Consumptian,
That tlewrh, which to" err irjihMtn enm.
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Drewpi Kenw is not msvu. " J .
nrj-ISce roar life
ui at SO)
VlkxIfcfAe rain qfltihtei Wmr tampat td m Bealtk.
Allen's Lung Balsam
to warranted to break up the most troiiMenome Couirh
to b iMTMllbtj short I
There at no remedy that
ean sUow nn ertdenoe of real merit than Una BAL
8AM, for evrtac. CowwumoM, Gocom, Oolzw,
; arnuu, Citour, Ac
Is is only abodt seren years tdnc the Balaam wma
lint eered to Uw pobtte : and la this airart tkm K has
. .beoomekDowaaadapxiraeiaud in nearly err town
ana Tiiiaxe tarouxnonr toe unnea nteies ana me uv-
niou of Cannon. Uondraoa ot -nowa-a-aoa 09 oo'ew-a-
are annually eold. and tooaaanda of witnesses testify to
- iaMoafe4 pownr in hssl.n tan diaaaaaa that it to
( .vaoommeadd inc. -
i -t ,r- -rl o TKT FIHOT ' - '- - ,
batmen's Lung Balsam
Z . - WHAT THB DOCTORS RAY.
aM VMih iff n KiMhaa Co Ind.. ears:
For three years paat I bar used Alien's Uv Bal-
eztetfW rely in my practiee, and lam 1
, a j betterniediatne for lane aiseaaM tn
Isaac A. lioran, M. D., eTXotraa Ooai
l ana a in snnnw uvn
A lLo,v- R&Imm MiMit Mdhi nnidtr. not aires
perfect satlftf act'on In every case within mjknowtenire.
HATtnx confidence tn tu and knowinc that It poaaeasns
raJnahia medicinal aroportlea, I freely aaa h In nj
eailr nwetie. and with wn bounded success. As an
. raJnahia medloinal proi
tt. to snoat oeruacty far abend oi nay
have erer yet known.
, ; ft u HumUm to IV stoat Delicate CkiltL "
; IT CCNTAIKS KO OPIUM !!l ANY FORM
' It i Mi kr HrdiriM Draler iSrmmllj I
;- - CAUTION.
m 4tl w ottMr Bslau. DnprtiMlpM Mm l
Ml Jim wkk frantUna praiwimUoM.
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM !
rV J.N. HAEBI3 fcCO-jFroprietors,
. CIWCIBfHATl. O. .
,y Sold by all KCedicine Dealers.
- - ' - Banlag Sktklag.'
iMJcbJom pplVUoB r lugnga, Ib-
Mdmai aid to "enjoy rrrj pocr
bat k ia act upon reeocd that any human
And yet than are tbooeaade at thia moment,
tn one or Uw . other of the two sUgei of
the dtarder, vna miafat taat aa . well ban
L avotaed M aa not. If then b anvthug demon
atTBhle hi thenpratlea, tt hi that Hcatetterw Stomach
Bitten la aa antidote to Intermittent ferera. Ko m-
atanee can be ohed in which tt baa been taken, eKher
aa aeafegoard againat thh) elaea of dmnin or aa a
remedy for them, and failed to prodaee the dwlied
effect. The aaaam when malarious fevers are rife.
.. has commenced, and an tnhahttant of any district
. objettM their Ytanattone ahosld be without this
great prerentlTe and remedy. Indeed, ft fa a moat
potent protection against all the aihnenta which pre.
Tail in the spring montha. From marsh and pool,
and from all motet aoQs are now rising the tncphitio
elements which gaTe birth to ferer, indigestion,
bilioronees, eoUcB, and a whole host of epidemic and
other maladies. Aid the system to resist them,
bergise and regulate aB the animal functions with
thia reinforcing agent. Thia precaution la aa neces
sary tn cities aa tn new settlements, for malarious
- irvera are now almost as eommon. tn the great een
. ana of population aa on the buideaa of the eaoibern
bayooa and marshea and the rich agricuiiorel
regkma of the weat. The pieieuUie and remedy la
aeeeaslble to all. Who will be on wise enongh to
brave recklessly the danger it would arert T
Sir James Clark's Female Pills.
These tnralmable PfUa sre to the ettre ef aQ
. tam paiatnl and danai lum diiiasss U which th
feoial ooosdtatkm is snbiect. Th7 aaodermta all ea.
' osaussaad ismsps all soatmrttana,fwan waatevar eaass
TO HARRIED LADIES
- rhey are emrttoalerb; ssited. They will In a abort time
" britv on the monthly period with rernlarity: aed
aithonro yety pewerfaj, eoetam nothiac nrrtfni to the
coastitnttofL In all eaass of Norrons and Bpinal Affw-
aioos, rain m we naea ana urnbs, riurafl on eujrtit
' eterOoa. PalpnaUoe ef the Hwt, Hysterica an
Whites, toey will effect a ears rbea all otner ateeof
; have faUed. The pamphlet aroorjd eaeh paekaae ba
ion oireeaena aao aayioe, or riu n sent fas lost.
Job Moses Sir James Clarke's Penal 1 iua
.entirely (VinrTTHrairau. Th mnin. hk.. th . -
r. of "JOB alOSKS" an eaoh nackaaa. All othera are
X. B. In all eases wh"i the Grwumn cannot beob
talned. One Poiiar, with hfteaa cents for post,
soeloaed to the sole proprietor JOB M08RS, 18 Con.
. laaat s&reet, new Torv.wut taaurss Dome ot (ne aee.
tinr Fifty nils, by return mail, securely
aeaied rrora i
rledaeef its enatents.
Tne ext"nsrre aae of thesa watches for the last ftftoea
y-aars by RaDwaj Oondncwora, Kactneqw sod Express
nycn iha moet sucnoUnf of waich-wearera, baa Ihor
wurhly dewnoaa-ra4el the atranartdh, sedlnani, dnra
bflk4y and aoenraey of the Walthara Watoh. To satisfy
taAelaeSwwall thesa teaTyectiatodeokie the oiUon
1 aa ta the read Taloe ef iheee tinted eeiers.
Mora thasi &00.000 of these Watches are now
speakina; for tbenaaelren in the poekets of the people
a proof and a iMiutM of their aaperior.tr orer U
The avperloT Organization and great Extent -ot tha
Company's Works at Waltham, enables thesa to prtr
' doee Watch: at a prion wnirh renders competition
t '' tntile, and thaee who boy any other Watch merely pay
from 13 to SO per oent more tor their Watches than Is
i. These tinrfooea ooaibfne ereiT tmprovemant that
alntjf experience baa prored of real practical nno.
a ' Hatiiirbad the rnfasal of nearly erery inreation
' watch- n slcinar oriiiaatlng la this eoantry or In Ea
" rope, only those were finally adopted which serers
teatf n by fbe most skilful! artisans In oar works, and
Ipng nee on tha part oi thapnblie, demonstrated to be
essential to omroot aod ndnrfatg tinw-eepiiig. --
- Among the many linpwffamcnta wo wonld partlew
" arise: -
The lnrention and stao of a eentra-pinion of para
- bar exjartrveti on, to prsront damage to the train by
. " the broaakaire of snsU-sprina, la twrirlnal with the
. Amerioan Watch Company., who, Marine bad tha rof a
' sal of all othM- eoatriwiees. adopted Fosks patent
winfoa aa being the best and f sahlesa.
Hardooad and tmpered hair-sprinxs, now nnlrer
wnJlyaAlndfted by Watcfemakem to be the best, are
; 4 tued m ail graAm ef Walt bam Watehoa. '
All Waltham Watches JiaTe dost-proof oapa. .prv
teetinic the movement from dnst, and leaaenina the
steoessityof the freqnent cleaning necessary in other
c 1 Watches." i" . , - - -
Our new patent steartnder, or keyle watch is at
ready a decided sno ceaa, and a crest lan pro' omens, on
any asem-wtDbMng watch lb the American market, and.
by far tha ehasreis wafteh of its ajnalitynow offered to
be public To these living la portions of the United
i- ' fttatos where watcbravken do not aboand, watches
with the aboro msMsiiodtmpweinenwo which toad
to esmore acevjaaw, ejeanliness, dtnabflitw and eoar
vwnlnoce, mast prore iswiiahire. .
The trademarks of the Tartoos styles made oj the
Oempaar are nefotlows :
Amtmomm Watch a WaStham, Mass. '
4, t A MX. Watoh Cow, WaJUram. Haas. '
. " AmaBAjf , WATCnr Co iweoent 8C Waltham
Mass. j j
Alrrow, Tiuct A(.;WaiaiAia Hajk.
". AarrsacAif Watcb Co Adams flt- Waltham.
. . aal . - J . . I
. WaxtbUx Watch Oo ; Wahham, Mass.
V. P. 8. Baaixbtt, WaHbam, Maaa. 1-
Wk. Blubx. Waltham. Maes. -' -
-X Hon Watch Co., Boston, Massa ' '
- fanmlno the apelkng of those names care folly be
- tnsytn. Any rarUtion eren o." a single letter, la- ,
peaaeaa caaterfe4t. . ; ..
r n Par sale by all feedta yewelera. Ko watches re
. tailed by the Oempaay.
An flhittrated hlatory of wat-mskiag, oonUinln
mweb tuefot tniormatioa to watch-wearers, sent to
any address eo application.
'-tl HOBUINS V APPMJTON,
crml Aireaca, lr AnfrVas Wavtrh Cew
- . t8g BrssiwaTw New Ysft.
fVhxtiHOMR SHUT! LB KP.WTNOMA
Zfri n, k- Shafwl- , maks tb oc
toe anankasS. Addraa 1
Pittebargli, Pi., Chiieo, dt.
TO THE SUFFERING.
.A 'recipe for Cit9wepriB, Rrmehklx,
" ; Anthana. Kore Throat, rrotula, Coearbe and
folds, rd frm.- This reerpe I (iw'oteieo while re
. SKiln as Braail as a lalm y. It enree me ot Ca
- ' ramwion wnea ail other means bad failed, therefore I
. ' feel It say duty to sn-i y. frrr of charer. to ail who an
aafferina from Throat anri Lone dlanrdeni.
Addrees.. EKV. WILLIAM H. hOETOiT,
' ' ''' ' ' '' BB1eclior Sl-. Ke ror civ.
Man of a Thousand !
A (JONSI'MPTITK Cl'KKU.
- When death was hourly expected from Coeeumptlon,
' ail rejnKiie, iiinnf failed, accident led to a dicovr7
whereby Ilr. il. Jme cared Lis only child. e new
. .gives thai recipe free, on receipt of two .t imrw to pay
sxpenaea. Address C Rill DOCK A OO.UI3 Base
atraet, Philmioljrliia, ra giTina name ot iapea , ,
M. N. TJ, kUn. t, 71. JfO. 9.
FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS.
FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. IF.
BY EDGAR FAWCETT.
IO wares aohool toaoher nka Iisa onapp, ; .
And she were a scholar like me,
0 rraotoua, what teaaona Vi rin har to le-in, - a
an ma in the Bala of Three
And bow, tf she didnt forerer behaTe -
In jnet the naort saintly of ways, '
Her ears ahsnld be stepped and her bans looked np,
Her receaa withheld for days I ...
If I were aa elerer aa Latrra Sharp. , ...
And she were as stupid aa I, '
What thorough deliitht tt would gtre me to act
Aa monitor, meddler, and spy 1 - ...
And how I ahould tattle of all that she did.
In Laura's contemptible style,
And smile, when she blundered in spelling or French,
That horrid, unmerciful smile 1
If I were a boaaij tthe Boss Bell,
And aha were a fright like myself,
What eauoy remarks 1 ahould oonetantly make .
To rex her, the proud little elf !
What fnn I ahould poke at her freckleahor nose,
Her elbows, her knaokiea, her hair.
And an with that debnate titter of hera.
That stiagingly tedy-like air I -
But then I am merely supposing, of course.
Impossible things. Who can tell
What truly would happen if truly I were
Miss Snapp, Laura sharp, Boaa Bell t
Perhaps I should pity (reyenge la ao mean I)
And help them and lore them, all three.
And do onto others as I myself would . "
That other ahould do unto me 1
From Our Young Folks for March.
BY ELIZABETH KILHAM.
r. "Jfrusalem, forerer free.
Beautiful land of rest,"
sang the Sunday schooL And
" Jaxnaalem, forerer gsy,
"- wjck up yer heels an' dance away,
sang Fliberfigibbet from the fence out
There never was anything more like
, monkey and lens like a boT than
Fliberti gibbet That was not his real
name. A stranger, much amused at
his onrions appearance and his qneer
capers, said in his hearing, " That boy
is a perfect llibertigibbet;" he, ap
parently likirur the sound, cau&rht it np.
and ever afterwards, when asked his
name, responded, "Flibtigib;" and
nobodv seemed to remember that he
had ever had any other.
He would have been a perfeot treas
nre to an Ethiopian minstrel troupe.
In his methods of looomotion he ap
proached th'e marvellous, very rarely
walking upright on his feet, but some
times going sideways, like a crab, on
hands and feet ; sometimes revolving
like a wheeL first one hand, then one
foot on the ground ; and again walking
on his hands, both heels in the air. All
day long he haunted the school-house,
pushing the door ajar and peering
through the crack, flattening his nose
against the windows and making faces
at the children, climbing to the roof of
the one story building, and shouting
down the chimney, or beating a tattoo
on the h ingles. These exercises he
occasionally varied by going through a
course of gymnastics on the porch,
singing for accompaniment the chorus
of "Bally round the flag;" his version
of the second line being, "Down wis
twatah, ye-up wiz a stah, that " ye
ud ' civen with a shriek that more than
once, before we became accustomed to
it, made us hastily drop book or pencil
and ran to the door, thinking that
some one was hurt.
Considering that he was in a state of
perpetual motion, and such extraordi
nary motion too, it was fortunate that
he wore but one garment. What that
garment was, whether a high pair of
pantaloons with a string round the
neck, or a long 'jacket with ' a ' raffle
at the kaee, no mortal could tell. ' We
looked at it and puzzled -over it : but
how it was made, or put on, ot kept
on, we never -discovered. Nobody ever
attempted to guess what the article he
wore onjiis head had originally been.
If a hat, every vestige of brim was
gone ; it was so thickly encrusted with
dirt, both outside and in, that it stood
on his head erect and solid as a wooden
bowl ; and he had a way of pulling it
down over his left eye and winking
from under it, tnat was perfectly irre
- We made several attempts to get him
into school; but "nobody didn t kotch
him in dar, whar he got ter sit still all
day." After much persuasion lie was
prevailed upon to come to Sunday
School; but his promise was given
with the proviso that "ef he didn't
like it, he warnt a gwine ter star. 11 So
one Sunday he walked in, as independ
ent as ever, and perfectly indifferent to
the contrast between himself and the
other children, all dressed in their Sun
day best. He was placed in a class, and
sat down, keeping his hat on, and, wink
insr harder than ever. '
During the lesson the question was
asked, "Of what are we made?". One
of the children, pointing to the new
comer, who excited considerable curi
osity among tnem, Baid,- "Does vou
know dat ar, boy t"
Spec I does," said FHbertiirfbbet.
" Well, what am it den what am you
. He rolled his great wide ojen eyes
round for a minute, then drawled out,
"Hi!." exclaimed his questioner;
you dunnonofiln, boy; you ain't made
o' no sand ; you's made o' dirt"
: This seemed to" strike Flibertigibbet
as rather personal, and he doubled his
fists and turned fiercely upon the speak
er : " Say dat ar agin, boy, en'. Til
mash yer mouL I ain't no mo' dirt dan
you is." - -
-" Well, who say you is J We's all
made o' dirt dc hull oa ui;, de ' teacher
anlalL" . .
To this astounding statement Fliber
tigibbet made no reply, but indulged in
a prolonged whistle.
On the whole, however, he conducted
himself more peaceably than we feared
would .be possible ; and we; began to
have some hopes of taming him.-- The
next Sunday he came ag.uii, and was
asked a question respecting whit he
had been taught the -'nndav previous.
He looked reflectively at t he ceiling,
inquiringly out of the VrTn.low, - and i
sympathizingly at his bare feet -liich
he twisted over one another iuoeasantly;
but made no answerl His te;tcliw said,
" Don't you remember what I told you
about that Sunday t"
.. " Yaas'm, I knows dat yer tolled me
suflin, but .de win' Mowed so hard I
mus ha forp-ot -it And nrptin he
broke out into a whistle, ; apparently
considering this an exercise eminently
suiteu to me time ana puce. - .
- This being stopped, he spent the re
mainder of the time trying how far he
could slide down " the- bench without
falling off; and that was his last: ap
pearance at Sunday SchooL But every
Sunday afterwards he sat the whole af
ternoon on the -fence in front of the
school-house, seeming to enjoy himself
exceedingly, and occasionally giving
vent to his feelings in responses to the
sinifinff of the school : all of them pret
ty much after the style of "Jerusalem,
lorevergay." - j
On this particular Sunday afternoon
he was not alone. .He sat oa the fence
holding the end of a string ; and on
the ground, at the other end of the
string, was a dog. And such a looking
dog ! There wat something about him
that reminded one of a Kinir Charles
sp nicL But that has long, silky hair,
i tt .1 i 1 . 1 -i . n
wliito and s-lossy brown:, while this
lit'le animal was covered with what
looked like tufts of black wool, and his
face was black. The only white about
him was on his feet, and they looked all
tue wmter by contrast with the black.
He had the soft brown eyes pociiLar to
Tn A Kinrr CThaeloa arn ,n .il . o n H KA i
the King Charles -epaniel : and lie
turned them appealing upon the passers
by, as if he would say to them that he
had seen better days, that lie was a dog
in reduced circumstances, nnd to beg
them to come to his aid. When Fliber
tigibbet first appeared with this dog
tha opinion was freely expressed that
he had come into possession of him by
means not in accordance with the strvi
observance of the Eighth Command-
ment;'and that his remarkable ap
pearance was owing to something that
had been done to disguise him. But
Flibertigibbet, thinking probably that
possession was - "nine-tenths of the
law" wra indifferent : : .
Well, he sat there on the ienoe, hold-J
rag last to the dog. string ; the bright
sharp, eyes.': winking away from unaer
the old hat, ready to see what was
going oiw But there -was not much to
sea just -thenronly the old school
house, with the trees behind it, hold
ing up their naked branches to show
what the cruel autumn winds had done
to them, a fow crows wheeling lazily in
the atr, and tha sleepy old country
road stretching away in the distance.
By and by something seemed to be
moving up the rood. - The keen eyes
caught this as toon as it came in sight,
and watching it closely, at last made
out that it was a hat Soon from
under the hat emerged a boy ; and
following the boy appeared something
which turned out to do a dog. . . '
. The boy walked up to the fence and
stood in front of Flibertigibbet, and
his dog walked up and stood in iront
of Flibertigibbet's dog ; and then the
four stared .at each other. They took
it very cooly, with the exoeption of the
spaniel ; and he seemed more alarmed
than gratified at the appearance and
manners of his visitor. And not much
wonder; for he was a queer-looking
animal, with body like a bull-dog, ears
like a. mastiflV and a tail like an ex
clamation point, . and an expression of
countenance that would totally .dis
qualify him for admission in the peace
society., - ..- - - .,
The silence was broken by a question
from Flibertigibbet ' - ' Dat ar yer
dog!" . y-
"Yes. sir, that's my dog; an' the
way he'll catch rats an' ohaw 'em up 's
a caution. But what kind of a dog is
that o' yournt I never see one like
him ; an I've seen heaps o' dogs too.,:
' But yer hain't never seen noffin like
datar," said Flibertigibbet "He act
jes' like folks ; sit np ter de table or a
cheer, an' eat onten a plate, an' wipe
he mouf when he froo, jes' like folks
"O, go long. Spoee Tm goin' to.
D iieve tnat i xou must muih x m
" Don1 care ef yer bliebes it or not
Dat's so ; an' dar's lots o' folks seen
" Well, what kind of a dog is he any
wayf I thought I knowed all the
kinds o' dogs, but I never see one like
him. He'd ought to be a spaniel by
his ears and his make ; but his hair
I say, let's look at that dog" ; and he
made a motion to take him up.
. But Flibertigibbet was too quick for
him. He jumped from the fence, and
catching the dog up under his arm, ex
claimed, " No, yer dont Ef yer don'
be'lieb what I tells yer,yer ain't a gwine
ter look at noffin." And he marched
off, leaving the boy staring after him
with mingled curiosity and suspicion.
This turned out to be rather an un
fortunate adventure for Flibertigibbet
The boy, who prided himself upon his
knowledge of dogs, was determined to
find out to what species this one be
longed; and when he met ny one who
he thought could .tell him, he would
describe the dog, - and repeat what his
owner said about him. . It happened
that this came in time to the ears of a
Mr. Graves, who . knew that, some
frionds of his, living about five miles
distant, had lost a King Charles spaniel
which they valued very highly. The
description given of Flibertigibbet's
dog led him to think that it might be
the lost spaniel disguised ; particularly
as he had been taught to sit at table,
and eat from a plate and use a napkin,
exactly as Flibertigibbet said. So Mr.
Grares took a walk one day, on purpose
to see the wonderful dog, and, looking
closely at him, was sure that it was the
missing spaniel, with part of his hair
cut off, and the rest dyed black. ' .
-inu now kj prove it An luea came
to Mr.' Graves, which ne determined
to" carry out Without
ventriloquist, and could throw his
voice in any direction, -changing it at
Al A II I ! , . i ,
uie same ume, so mat it coma not be
recognized. . This wonderful power he
would use in the dog s behalf.
He found Flibertigibbet in his usual
place, - on' the fence in front of the
schoolhouse. Stopping in front of him
he asked," Where did you eetthatdofr I"
" My uncle done brung him f nm the
-"I don't believe it I thi
think you stole
" 'Deed I nebbcr," protested Fliber
Well, I'm going to ask him about
it .Blow, doggie, bell me the truth : do
you belong to Flibertieribbet t "
There was a pause, then in a curious
naii-squeav half-bark, issuing appar
ently from the dog's mouth, came the
answer, ." Jto."
Flibertigibbet started back, his eyes
almost bursting from their sockets, and
8 tared from' dog to ''man, and back
a Rain, in mingled fear, wonder, and
incredulity.-" '" -
" Where did he cet your' And the
dog apparentlysbarked out " Stole me
from Mr. Campbell." ' -'
Fbberticibliet dropped the strinir.
ana put one leg over the fence.
" What did he do to you after he
stole you?" '
"Cut my hair off, and blacked me."
The other leg followed its mate, and
Flibertigibbet bounded down the hilL
stumbling over rocks, rolling in hol
lows, but never stopping till he found
a hiding place in the adjacent woods.
ine spaniel, ins hair grown, ami the
black washed oft resumed his proper
position in society, but ever afterwards
ran and bid himself when a colored
boy approached the house.
ft was long before iliberlieibbet was
seen again in his accustomed haunts :
and when he at length appeared it was
with a subdued air, and with a manifest
repngnanoe to converse on the subject
of dogs. v--
The lady correspondents of the press
Washington are becoming an estab
lished and important institution, and a
very well paid trne too. Mrs. Mary
Clemmer Amea,for example, who writes
so cleverly for the Independent and
Brooklyn Union," is paid a salary of $5, -000
per annum, which is more, we sus
pect, than, is paid to-any man corres
pondent or writer in Washington. Mrs.
Harriet Freeoott Spofford is paid for
correspondence $3,000- a year. T"f
writes articles for paper": and Df-gazine
besides. Miss Snead Miss Grundy")
sends very pleasant and racy letters to
the World, for $1,200 a year,
and writes to the Springfield
Republican, Louisville Journal,
and Baltimore Saturday Sight, for
which she is paid large sums of gold.
Mrs. '.'Graca Greenwood " Lippincott
has written' considerably this winter
for the Tribune, fot which,, of xourse,
she obtains her own price Mrs. Maria
Stetson, oi Boston, sends lively letters
the Boston Wa toll man and Reflector,
and to some paper printed out West
Kansas, or some such, country as that
Another, clever And very industrious
correspondent is "OliviaJ' (Mrs.Briggs
the Philadelphia Press. Her letters j
are anions the be-st sent from the capi
tal. Probably one reason whv these
lady correspondents are so well com
pensated is, thnUaside from their abil
ity, they attendCry closelv to their
duUes do not yyervade plains where
.v, . f . .... ....
much Bourbon, fate night, and bad ci
gar are consumed, and do not indulge
Ons hundred and leu -daily news
pspern are published in the' United
Kingdom 2l) in London, 57 in English
towttss, 2 in Walep, 11 in
8ootland,19 in Ireland, and one in a
channel island. Sisty-ne are penny,
and 31 are half-penny newspapers.
Fashions in Wrappers and Dressing
- Cashmere, says Harper's Bazar, is the
traditional stuff for a wrapper, just as
satin is for wedding drest. - Its soft
pliability gives an air of ease and grace
ful negUgenoe foreign' to stiff, heavy
fabrics. Figured cashmeres and tha
pattern' robes imported with gaudy
borders oi huge palm leaves, are now
seldom worn. They do not gore ad
vantageously, and are too "gorgeous "
altogether. The fancy at present is for
cashmere of a single color, rich, warm,
yet plain, with trimming of a different
tint, either- lighter or darker. A con
trast between the gown and trimming
is seldom seen except on white or black
wrapper. Yiolet, blue, or crimson bor
der white wrappers prettily, while black
cashmeres are enlivened by two or three
bands, each an inch wide, of the gay
embroidery made for camel's-haxr
shawls. - ... ....
In selecting cashmere for a wrapper,
that called drop de rance, the light
est quality of French cashmere is pre
ferred to. heavier goods, or the cloth
like, drap cTete. . This style of goods
has only been in the market since the
revival of cashmere for costumes. It
has a fine closely woven twill, very dif
ferent from the sleazy coarse-twilled
cashmeres formerly used. It is three
fourths of a yard wide, and worth $1.25
or $1.50 a yard.
A border of quilted silk is the popu
lar trimming for cashmere, robes de
chambre. Soft silk of the quality sold
for $1.75 is used. It should be very
lightly wadded, and must be quilted in
very small diamonds. .
Gentlemen disprove of gorgeous
gowns, and beg for sabdued colors.
All-wool delaines, at forty cents a yard,
and ladies' cloth, with the other wool
fabrics mentioned above, are the mate
rials used. The gown should be lined
throughout with wool delaine, and
faced in front with silk. A quilted
silk roll is arranged to show down the
entire front when 'the wrapper is left
open, as gentlemen now wear their over
coats on sunny days. A two-inch band
of silk edges the rest of the garment
This silk is slightly wadded, and is
stitched on the edges and in the centre.
Thick cord of silk, in blue, green or
scarlet, edges gray gowns prettily, or is
arranged in pretty arabesque designs.
Fifteen to thirty dollars is the price of
such wrappers at the furnishing stores.
Short smoking jackets, or for library
or offioewcar, or for playing billiards,
are made of velveteen, with broad col
lar and cuffs of quilted silk. Dark
green, brown and black velveteen are
Titers is good authority for stating
that Germany's final conditions of
peace include a session of Alsace and. a
portion of borraine, with the fortresses
of Thionville, Metz and Belfort, andi
the payment of an indemnity of X50,
000,00a - -
IST A Dialogue is Wall Stbket.
It is a vulgar error to suppose that the habi
tues ot Wall street talk abont nothing but
stocks and gold. Sometimes they talk about
their health ; and they all seem to have oae
trouble trilioumrts. The wear and tear of
speculation invariably tells upon the liTar.
" How do von think I'm looking" said a
well-known ''Bull' to s friend to the Long
Room, a few davs after the late mnaeh-up hi
gold : " Do I look panio-etrnck ?"
" No ; by Jove ! " was the reply " you look
in trim to fight for a man's Ufa. . Kever saw
you looking better."
" Let me tell you a secret, nry boy," re
turned the great operator: ''I drink no wine,
no brandy, no bar-room stimulants of any
kind ; bat I Just keep my st&ndiDg op with an
occasional doee of PuutTATioit BrTTEBg ; and
if you'll just do me the favor to try it for that
bile on the stomach you're always complaining
of, ITl furnish the margin for your next spec
if it doee'nt cure vou."
The gentleman referred to (the initial of
whose name is not -very tat from theend of
the alphabet) has unbounded confidence in
the restorative ; and his bright eye, firm
n erree and wonderful powers of endurance,
prove thai it is well-founded. .
ItSSea Moss Fakink from pure Irish
Jim, fu Tllaaia M.mi I'udJiuae, -tJllftaj-rtB.
Creams, Ac, Ac. VtM cheapest, healthiest,
ana most delicious food in the world.
S& Tns Little Corporal. The
March number of this sterling Juvenile comes
to us as fresh as the first breath of Spring.
It contains an unusual amount of ent Ttaining
reading matter, and its illustrations are un
surpassed. Each Bomber of the Little Cor
poral contains about aa much reading as any
ordinary book coating one dollar and a half,
and the ffrelve numbers of one year, coating
only SL.50, form a volume equal to about a
dozen such books. - The publisher offers to
send free a copy ef the superb steel engraving,
" The Heavenly Cheruhg, price V2.00, to each
subscriber for 1871. Terms (1.50 a year. For
specimen number, and revised premium list,
address the publisher. John E. MtUer, Chicago,
in. . ...
4?"Fob as Irritated .Tbboat,
Cough or Cold, " Broum'tBronchiaX Troches"
are offered with the fullest confidence in
their efficacy. They have been thoroughly
tested, and maintain the good reputation they
have justly acquired. As there are imitations
be sure to obtaix the genuine.
tx& NoTwiTHHTAirpiKa the war with
France has interfered with the manufacture
of Kid Gloves, the thorough acquaintance of
John T. Farwell A Co. with the markets of
Europe enables them to procure, at the lowest
F rices, Kid Olores equal to any ever made in
axis, which they now offer, in every variety,
cheap to tne trato.
BST" Northwestern Horse Naxl Co.,
manufacturers of Tatent Hammered Horse
Nails. Office 68 West Tan Buren street. Fac
tory 56 to 68 West .Tan Buren street, corner
Clinton street, tJnicago.
The famous Pantheon of Paris has
escaped serious injury, although the
dome and outer walls bear marks of the
etSTTHCssiNo's AVhite . Wino Vinegar
is a most snpero article lor tahie tue Ank
for it. Warrauted pure.
MARKETS. NEW YORK.
Fair to Prime.
tal t m
HHF.KP Fair to Prists
tw aa.xtra ta eaaern..
w a ya
Whkat No. I pnna....
1 00 is I H
a so a in
; n.t is
BrEVEa-fhaice ...$ SO 7i
Prime s w 14 a on
Pair Grades. ' a OS (AIM
Medirun 4 Id A HI
Stock CATTUt Comaonrm . t is ok 4 00
Interior S 30 Mlfi
Hoos Live f 7S m 1 M
SHEET Ure Ueod to tjnolos
BtTTEB Choice .
Fiont-White Winter Eitra..
7 00 ( t tt
...... 4 as' to
homur K iLia. . . . .
Whkat Spring. No.
im i sit
Co tut No 1... ..
Oats No. S
KTB Ad 3...,.
t ; (A 88
PnBK Aieea, Kaw....
I an .... ....... ........
Feet Cattle.. ......
Suket I Jae.. .........
.. 0 00
IU (4 e00
. 6 3ft A 6 60
l as fa. i gg
. W A U
... a (ft h
a i w
si to (ftfaoB
Pork hi om
Bikt CrrL-Cholee.. f 00 I 00
OondtoPrbne IM alM
Hooe Lire 7 4 8 on
SHKP-Ooodtorhoica.. ... J 71 (4 S
FXoca sprhur XX I SO li
Wkiit- No. I Red . .14? ills
Coax . (9, 4
Oars ' u A fi
Ptk ICS thin
Barlkt 1 06
Lkkd ., . U o US
.. HI m H
.. I u a w
.. t i S 50
.. 4 a, (A 4 7S
.. a SO (At
.. I SO ra S 85
Mti.m . .
Shekt Lire !ood to Choice
BiTrrra Choice. . t - .
Fuica -White Winer Fttra
i 00 t 7
t so m 7 e
y e "
i 5 a t a
Sorina Kvtsa. ....... tOt
nsriT-apnac ro.a-... ......
1 q. 1.
OaT NoA 1 ' c3 61'
Rtk No. 2. '4
KAirutT7iood. m hu
Pork kless 31 00 Uti
Laud . .. ... 12 (i 12
l&'I ah sttbe that no one will use
that popular arUola knows as Cos's Ootmm
Balsa but onoe before they wtU be convinced
that it excels all the remedies ever discovered
for Croup, Coughs, Colds, and Soreness of the
Throat and Lungs. Keep it in the house it
may save your life. - '
S-jAna8 H. Fobthb A Co., 151
Lake stre Chicago.' importers of breech-
ioading shot-guns and implements. ;
VeA Satsouaktx. One or two doses
of Dr. Henry's Boot and Plant Puis, if taken
in time, will often prevent a serious attack of
sickness. - - r - - -
5 86? See advertisexekt of Dr. Butts'
Dispensary, headed Book for the Million Uab
biass Quid in another column. It ahould
be read by alL
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
MILLIONS Bear Tewtlmonv to Their
WawdrrfaJ Canrmtive Kflecta. - -
- DK. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA . .
Thrrarewwtel Tile, FANCY PRINK. Made
ePewr tUne, Whisky, PrworrtatrUe kad He
fase Liqaora, doctored, spleed and aweetened to
oleaaa the taste, sailed " Tonics," " Appetisers.'' " Re-
slorars.'' o that lead tha tippler 0 to dm nka
aad nda. hot are a true M adjoins, made from the W attro
Hoot and Plerbe of Oatlfnnsia. rrr frmwa ail Alre
holle HrlasalauMa. They are the tiKRAT BLOOD
PURIFIER aad a. LIFK CSITIN41 PRINCI
PLE, a aerfeet Renovator aad Iarl(orator of the
By steal, aanriaai eg all poiaonoea matter, aad uejlialna
the blood to a healthy condition. Ne person esa take
these Bitters aeeordfaw todtreeMona and resaala leas;
unwell, provided their hoaea are aet destroyed to aua
a.al poison or other means, aad the vital orssaa
waated beyond the point of repair.
They are a tiewtle Pararative aa well as a
Tonic, poeaeeetna; also, the peculiar merit of action aa
a powerful agent la reitevtaa: Ooasesttoa or Inflamwia-
Ooa ef the Llrer, aad all the Visceral Onraoa.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINT", whether la
yeanf or old, married or stnele, at the dawa of
hood, or at the turn of life, these Toole Bitters have
Far IaSaaiBaale-ry anal Chronic KbewnyeJiaaa
andf.aat. Dyeprnela or Iadla-eotioa, IUIIobs,
Remittent aad Iatexaaittrnt Fevers, IHarajars
f the Blood. IJver. Kldneya aad Bladder,
these- IHttera have been atost soeesssfal. pinch
OtiwajM-a are cartsed by Vitiated Blood, which la
rerjerailj prod seed by derana-eaieet of the IMajreCrrc
DV SPKPrilA OR INDIOKSTION. Headache,
Pain ia the Shoulders, Couaha. Tichtoeia of the Cheat,
IHxxiDeaa, Sour Eroetatioaa of the Stomach, Bad taste
la the Month, Bilam Attack, Palpitation oi the
Heart, laflanusatloa of the Lanas. Paia ia the reaioas
of the Kidneys, aod a hundred other painful Symp
lons, m the of spriaaw of Dyspepsia.
Thsy lavta-erste the Store eon, aad stimulate the tor
pid hrer aad bowcla, which render them of unequalled
eOcacy In clean .1 na tha blood of all Impuririea, and
huparuae' new life aad ricor to the whole
FOR KKIN DISEASKM, Itrnptinas, Tetter, Hmit
Rhpara. Blothe, Spots, Plmnlf, Poartn.f, Bolls, Car
batTrcle, RinpT-VVorrn. JVcid Itoavd. 8nr Pre, Erysip
elaAtltoh, Scnrfi. DifwookanUons of tne Haxnora
and Oimevse. of lb fekin, of whatTr aavmie or tuunre.
4vre Ulcrally fojr np and (-arried oat of the tytrtrnm tn a
hort liraatrr the nss of thsw Bitten. On bottle tn
acta ctMi will oonTince the Butt Uaredukaa of t-Mir
Cneamwe the Vltlatetl Blood wrMTMverrow fi-d It fm
frarltiM barstlnar tkrotijcb the Skin In Pimples. Krup
Oont or rnys, rlesnse it vhm jroa find tt obst rooted
and slnrih la the Teins; eleoM It who, it is foal,
and toot 7Unjti will tell yoa when. Keep tha blood
pore, and the health of tbe tr-ten. will follow.
FIN TAPE and other WORJT, hirklmr to tbe
tytm of so manf ibfraaaxpis, are eftec tOAllj det rojed
andremored. For fall directions read carefalhr the
oircaisr aroaad oaob bottie, printed in foox Unttavf os
Knglisb. Gcrxuui, French aad Spanish.
J. WALKER, Inprietor. S. H. WcDOXALD A CO.,
Brasgista and Oett. Ajrents, Raa Fnclrtco.CsvL, and
wS aad 34 CrOniAieroe Street. Kev York.
ZT SOLD BT ALL DBUGOISTS AND DEALERS.
KING CLASS. We are now or-pared
to furnish all elssses with oonstautv employment at
bome, tbe whole of the time or for the spare moments.
Basinets new, light and profitable. Persons of either
sex easilT earn from 60c to 4 per evenine;, and a pra
portional qmb by dewtrtinaT their wboie Urns to the
misinefML pojs and pins earn nearly as anacn as men.
TKavi ail wrw.faa tit ihitti'MiuTama their addreaa. and
test the basin ess, we make thi- annaralleled offer: To
such as are not well ssosBed, we will send $1 to par for
tfe wfww.bte ef wrfttDjE. FmII paaevlmvra, a wrU liable
ssvmpls which will do to cotnnieoce work on, and a copy
of fn t'toplc LUerwrn Cxmipaninn one of the larK
asd best family newMpapers published--all sent free by
il. Reader, if tot. want perrrj anient profitable work.
K. U. ALsUKA A VU., Aajrat, Maine.
THE GREAT FIRE AT RICHMOND.
HerriEjf's Safes in the Spots wood. '
923,500 IN CUKRIinCT,
AND THE BOOKS. PAPRRS, 8ILVEB AND
VAtT'ABLKS OP TUB SPOTRWOOD
- flirTKU AND THE ADAMS SOUTH- -
EBN F.XPRF.SS COMPANY
" ARK SAVKD IN HKK
" RING'S SAFES.
L C. BABCOCK'S LETTER.
- Office or Adams Ftpbim Comta-tt. ' )
Ko. SO BBOJkDWAT. If ew You. Doe. SL iSTOwt
Mrm. Brrrimf, FarrH d Frrwt . Onr agent at
Biclunoad writes : "We cot throajrn to-nisbt drrlnff
and fixiTis; np the mon-7 from the late fire. The coo
tentsof the aafe.f gi30in bills, we recovered. It was
a Herring'. Safe, and a rood one, eerta in."
Yours, troiy L C BABCOCK, Treavstarer. -
. . LETTER FROM J. M. 8UBLITT A CO.,
, . .Proprietors of the Spolwood,
" Richmond, Vs., Dec 9ft, IcTOl
Jlcam. Birring. Farrel it SMtr :
GEirrs : On the mornina; of thofb ta,w were
ao unfortunate as to hare oar hotel barned, wiih eosr
tenta. Yet we were fortunate erKaeh to hare one of
roar norrinir's Patent Champion 5afcs, which fell into
the collar anions; a barnioic mass of rnins. Atrfhe
ftro abated, we tried all moans to extricate it, bat
found it impossible oa account of the bricks, mortar,
aad borninc rubbish lrirur thereon and sboat It, so we
employed amechsnie and cot tt ope'i thmojrh the bot
tom, and. to oar atjnoftt sarpriae.wr ' sand tbeooarfnts.
roTAslsttnc of ral liable pspera, mow. r, and nome ailrtsr
ware, all In irood ordor. Had tt not bwwr, ( ytmr Her
riQAr's bale, we would bar lost everythinr.
J. M. ArRLlTTACO,
HERRWS PATENT CHAMPION HAKES,
The Most Reuable Pbotfctios Ebux Kmc Now
KrTBtwo's Wtw Patent CmMnrT?, Baickkh's Safe.
Tax. Bkst Protection Aoajskti BuboljULb' Tools
HFRRiNG.FARREL A SHKRMAlf.
Ko. 251 Broadway, corner Murray St., New York.
FAKKKL, HKKKlS'G A CO., PhiladelpbiaV
H KRRTNG, PARREL A CO , Chirsaro
HfcERlNG. PARREL A SHERMAN, KtwOrteaat,
IS A PURE
' BUCK TKA
aith the re Tea Flmnr. War
ranted to putt all taatea. Hr
taiyatni. And for aale whole
sale only by the Cereal Atlnntir
An Parltlr Tea I'Sm 8 hurrb
St., NewYork. P. O. BoK A.XM).
oad "T TTuo- P'ectar Cirevfar.
BLOOMINGTON NURSERY, ILL.
" ' Mh Tear. (TO Acres. U Greenhouses; '
UrcM A mortal rot oil ajxrw. Beet Ktack !
Irfw I'rirrs : Wonld yea know V hat,
- - hen. How la Plant I
Fruit, fjhade. F.iiaiieua Trees; Boot Grafta, 6eed
lhws. OK0 Planla ; Apple Seed ; Fjirty Roae Potatoes ;
bombs ; lioacs, Greeahoose aad Garden Pianta,aenAe.
FLOWER AND VECETABLE SEEDS
Finest, Best Collection sorts and Quality.
Send W cents for New, Tlimitrated. IVncriritlTe CaU
kHtae u paaoa. Send stama, each, lor Cataloewes of
iL-a .itk nl.in i i nwj i. . fA kum: Beddlna and
Garden Plants-ex paara, and Wholesale Price l ist X
r. K. PHOENIX, Jllooanlnaton.rtliiiola.
. "Watcli Cliains.
.WTRA (iOi.ll PLATKD CHAINS, W1MO.
aTj'Oold Plated Sleeve Bottona, 50e a paii
sue a pair, oca
paio on receipt 01 price.. av. p. buun
E. H. CB LLD,
ru yri a sii.howii
To sell roods by seal
kCT pie at wnoieswue, nim mj '."TT
pie at wholesale. v e wu
Inn rt rimr renntJi and moen
ii- ,11 in" fy
BKW.an pir monta ana expenses. reren3e n"""
A fiKSNfc.1T A CO. 1SI Madison S-, ChicaifO,
J A.nKKFCAN KNITTIVJ MAt'HIE-0
BOSTON .MAHo., or 6T LOlJUi. MO. . . . .
: HOW TO GET PATENTS '
IS n-I.I.T RXPLAINED In s Pamohletof 10B Dans
Inst iseaed ay HUN CO.jn Park Bow, Kew York.
- - MUNN A CO., Editors Hr"nHtc Amrt
. aea the best Mechanical Paper lathe
' ' J ' world. r2. Tears EKPTBrajtcx.) hare
PATKNTfcV-takea More Patrnta. aod eiaastned
.i.r. an . muoiui muj vww
Aaeney. send sketch sad deacrlptlos
.: - KOCHARGK.
Intae ta. Hlstaa
aJlw 2 KthtkaWamwS TwattaV iai tTwaSl
wat VYVi? lotfrri aW. frwhM aneawnl
IS V. af N anrsmrry St. tr. i V-wx.
A GREAT OFFER. -,H27""V
will dtpoe of One Hnndred Pianos, MELOnroxs,
and OaOAMS of air firat-claae makera, lneladtn(
Waters', at kttrkmki t tow thicc i, roa cash, on.
IM TBta MO TK, or will take a part eeeb and halanee
ra nroatnly or enarrerrr inr.imcni.
i U I m
,??Tk"eJ..raa. ah. arA tr, rtr.l -4.1 aVAtC
its t&x rt.Kr:
j svj , .
OP YOI'TII DSfKIKI)
. medical treat be of tlurtj-two naaes, sent pre.
paid, on receirt ef two threexml lioatase etaraps.
Addrees M. B. LA (JRIOXT Albany, N.T.
TTITILt Wvm"K a-
aWaaasai U efavraa. Tala. aaaa-H.
imWAUIEEE MUSICAL SOCIETY,
- At Hauls IlaHrafllwavaikeo, Wedamaslaiy-
. - ,aaw oi me beat mailcal tmieait of tne ctty.
$80,000 I1M C A8HTPRIZES.-!
T, t, Diitrlbaltd la GREEXBACKi, al ftlknri I . , . :".- '
1 Gift S25.000 S25,000
1 Gift - 5,000 -;-x i 5,000
5 Oifts ; , l.OOO t- 5,000
SO Gifts 500- 10.000
50 Gifts 1 lOO 5,000
5 '100,000 Tlekets are to '
The drswtnc win tsks place after the Concert, and will
sot sa Orawinc Commit
Hon. ALEXANDER MTTOHEIX.
. OLTlXJ PFISTKBwEaq. m .
OHO. W. AENTKi. "
-J :' .
. I-.v. .
WT.U. WW. A.taA.r..vL SJ.
aAiiOUSSMlTU. awisq,r - .' ' ,. S . I v . .
ATI nHrtNt ill Hs naid nn the da after trre drawlur.
Vin. Wl IIHKR. rUvmltAHIliaakM MneloaJ
nr FL R. HE3 PSTED, 410 liroadwmy, MUwmoAea,Wla., Is the Mthoria-od gWMrml aissK to wltonaail enrreay-
ponoaaoe abooia be aaaresssa.
1 Cash Prize of ;
5 Cash Prizes of
6 Cash Prizes of
2 Family Carriages and Matched Horse, vita SilTer-moantetr Harupr, '
wortfc $1500 each! . ,
TWO HORSES BZGGDSS, with SUrer-rnountod Harsuss, worth 30O each.
" TITO FIVE ROSEWOOD PUIOS. WORTH ,, E A C III ;-
-' TEH FAMILY SEWINQ MACHINES. WORTH $100 EACH!
I.eOO Cold aad Silver lever Haatlap Walchea. worth freai $ia.M to $0.M sweat'
Cole Vert and Guard Chains, Solid and Doublt-Plated Siher Ware, Jewelry, Pholoaraph Aanmit. he . ;
wbou HriiBca or rwttMKM. w. tk kkts lihitko to - - ao.aoe
Ta be drawa Monday. Mrch 27, 1871. - ' : -
Single Tickets, $2; Six Tickets, $10 j Twelre Tickets, $20; TNrenJy-fiTs'
" " ' " ' Tickets, $40. -
AceaiaB arsuatoal ta an Tleketa, ta w hoaa Ilajml prewatwnaa will bo aaM. ' -
Plreuiam contalDlnr a ntll lit of prizee.a description of the manner of draw toe, and other
information la relhrenos to tha Distribution, will he rent w any one orderlac them. -All
letters must be addressed to X XX SIN, Box Sfl. - r
, 101 W. SHi St.. Cincinnati. 0.
' - I " a i " r 1 .
JSwe., April e, 171, with the hfmi
.. lOO Gifts .
SSO.T). S 5,000
1 10 - - 15,000
13,177 Gifts - ' - SgO.OOO
be Sold . at $i.OO Each, '
be eond noted by the foUowiae ssnllianiai. who win
, I Hon. EDWARD O'NEIIa . l .
L. R. DURAN'D, Eaq. ' 'T
S. &KRRRI1.U R -.. .
M L MOBAWETZEaq.
. JOHN E. ELDRFJ). tea, . i." t
Hon. H.L. PALMF.R.
-r. A.T.H.CABPh"riiB,Essj. , -, .
W. H. JACOBS, Preet Milwaukee Mnucal Hoelety.
T L. BAKER, Tnatmrer.
Cashier Mliwaakee NiUMkAvl Rnb
t l.MlSlTf, O.
Cut This Out!
Machine. Piano, or some article of
PACKARD A CO., ClrjcinnAti, O.
Iu Sonthwest JHIsaonrt. . i
The Atlantic k. Pacifio R. R. Co.
Bare for sale LOOOOO acrea. oi best quality, on long
These UjmIs are fust bronaht Into market, baring
been rsserred since 18CA till the eompletioa of this
Road. IS' one of theee lands have srone into sprcnlators'
haDds -Actual asttlem axe cooiins; ha, and to tfm only
are sales made. Tbe best climate, with short, siila
wlntw'iaad lunr summers, relieTed byReolofricai eHrra
Horn, from pTreat heat, and ben 1th fulness superior to ail
eon Aoxnptlve tendencies, tariff) settlers to this refrioa
tor parUculars, in pamihieta, apply to
AMOS TUCK, Land Commissioner.
Corner Liixih and Walaut Staw hi. Louis, Met,
itf- f fllow maHtTlVnm Cidsr, Wine,
If I M is Im h U Molasses or Soruham in K boars
Maker, Shiloh, O.
without using drajra. Circular
free. W. U. UlXAIORK,Ylaecar
GIVEN AWAY ! 1
ON THE 81 At MARCH, 187 , smr wmttil
IHBtribation of f"H and oikrr Gift; amoantinff
to will pe made by the purchaser of Our cele
brated " CnlgaJe' brotcn Gold Ptm:n Price of 1 Gold
Pea and Ticket, 1A0, or A for t , For particulars and
Ust of rifta, address E. H. COLGATE A CO., Cio-
' CROUP, - - bronchtp,
and Incipient t'rOB-mBiptton.
PErTOBAi, Fljtir has rapidly won the fa tot
of Datienta who hare tried it- ajad aa thai
patients wno Bare ixiea iu ana
of the medleal
b medlceJ faculty in erery section In. the country
where it has been introduced, IVe remedy fir the
lunjrs and threat ever disoueered, stands so popTjlar
after once Ped as thu pfparation. It is made unit er
the raper-doa of Mr. T. H. Barr.oBoof the best prac
tical chsniste in tbe State. The soccess which has
attended the use of this remedy for the past 11x1000
years, where known, bas induced us to make it more
widely known for the benefit of the sufferinc. Let the
am k-tod arive it a fair trial, as we are confident that
relief and Derruanent cure will be the result. Sold bj
ail druxirista tn tha asctaon whan this adretsement
ru ftrriM csrruoate - of reaBaurVjAl
itea will oe sent on appHration, or the
mrea oft he aaucted will be sent on application, or tbey
will be ioond accompaajafig each bottie of tbe Poctoral
The Euxnt is pleasant to take, and Is neatly and
slerantly packed up in large bottles at OXR IXLLAR
T II D inn O. rn " Proprietors.
I lis QAiiiX &0 UU.Ta.aa Hautx, Imx
Rold In Chieftrn tvt Wholesale hy
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VAX S;il,ACK.STFVE.V.SON k RKIDrHURLCL'l
A EDSAU.; R. BURNHAM M SON: BLOCK I A CO.
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Tn Milwaukee b
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' !b Ht. Loor-bT " -
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A ad thTonjrhoirw t be If ort hwrM by all DrtijrgTgta.
S 11 lOW 1 l.jBNItrt IX KANmN. IHIiwwViaw
J Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota for sale. Oorres
pondenoe is also aoiicited from t heee who wish to entor
a colony or to secure a Homestead. For dcrtpt.re
price list, adarsas : ni. j. . ot.i 1,
1 ean be made by tnn who A now how to do bmatnes
en the quiet, and can keep a secret. Jf e eommonioar
ttofis received from Ladies will be answered. For
pafticuUrs address. . . - .'-' -
. E. D. MILTON,
rlfW BROADWAT. TfEW TORR.-
TWO to SSS
BOXlotheHPEt'IFrrPIfJ- wfll Twcmrrvt
AMD FCBMAMFNTLT rare ANT CAJiE OF prtnBt
rhei. Kd-rsntnaJ eas.aH or iBroianiiury
Nisbtly or lnily I!, howeTerariai-iAilj oaad,
er boarvTST acarraTrnted tn charaoter; while they will
apeedily corr-ot those temble morbid eonditiona
whicB sprtas from the ptiusavry di-Bsss. or IWam secret
Tne r-ttr1e Fill M Orjuadiy aieaoiw sv cue
tref meni of rrtrry iknf mf Gmual rr I rtmary frrUatfm.
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Iprit in . 1'r.sw; .ilr ltear$es; lufiammaiv
mw pTmJwfwAW of the AVrfne,
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TrPFJrTS. and all who fol
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k- a thah AwKH
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teht. KtDirET Ami now, CnwrTPATrrvw , I
npBiiipr Vxttm ovAhLinma. ITsrEP-l
351A, lAui'lCX, ano owierainin.-i otrmi.iiAifi
.wiarln fenwi at Lrawa arrafah af the bsV.w OT Ob-
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oat rrard to diet or dtaMua-s. - ' I
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G per day la their own localities.
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; STLSKON A OOTFortland. Maunc. - 1
U t r --- J
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larxosevinf to goas anur ana rein auets tire tociuo .
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P. O. vl'rt (Mts. '' - w-Yerlc. 1
a raperinr article S i f o 'JO per day and eo r.k.
you want aeituatieo aa eale-aiian, at-or near ho Je,
lolntrodnceonrcew TtraoJ trejr "..
J.irn trAiVA milt hwt r,tr. Don't miaa this cLance.
Samvle tree. Addre.. Bd" hir H ire Co., is V U-
lam .St., S. Y., or 16 Dearbora at., unieaso, tit.
r f". r
tf ,t- t -: " "
,5S.'. " I ; Ji
i-U- . - Hi... r tj
C Component ParUFbtid Extraci Rhulxiri
and .Fluid Extract Catawba.
; i fiMtrpp fyitet
for tfVFR ooMPtAiirnt, jAT'wpicp. aiuitpa
API'KCTIONS, If;K OR SHSVOrR HS AO.
ACHE. COSTllaKXKSS. Eto. PUBKLT VKGB
'TABLS. C05rAI.IrtNOMRRrlt,f1 MUBR.
. AUOK JJALhlhrUot a I'iit OB. , .
nre. auoeraedine eaauw oil. i.lm- i...ni.i. mu.
There la aotalnc more aeea.f.ble ta the stomaah,
Th.y srre too, aad eawse nettner waiiaaa aor arlntna;
palna. Thsy are tompnaed of the Jt-'t imfntfGmta.
Altera lew aajs1 aaeof them, seen sa aaylaoratioa ef
the eatir. ayatem take. plao. a. to appear ralrarialoae
to the WMl and enervated, .her har artatnw froes las
prndenee or dlaeaaaw H- X. tieJmbold'a Oompewnd
r ituii iiiiiici v-aawoa rui are not
ed, from the fact Utaa swear naatut Puis de not die
eolre, bat pass thronch the stomach wlthoe eiaaoly.
lti, eonaeqa.r.tly oo o proanee the destred etleot.
T8HCATAWalGBAPBPII.IA.beuc p-rii.l as
taate aad odor, dV not aeofrftate their betas siajai
,1-itiut iiiTi yisjiariaiiui.
nrxra.Tr t. nxisnsoiaD's j
r : . . - - "... ' , ;
- Himli CoKCKHTKaTKD Oolcrotnm
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPAR1LLA
Will radically exterminate from the t
th. nSM Ha.nf.1..
ftyphiHa, P.rer dorea, Uleen, Bors Eyea, Sore Lees,
Soro Month, Sore Head,
Uti, oore Head, nronchltia, Mrln Oisevea,
um. Cankers. Eunotnaa from the Kar. White
awsilins. Tumors, Caoeerooa Affsetioaa, 'IVodea.
RL.: kmi. tllaaanlar a-,tnn. Xl.ht n.uti Uuli
T-tterTrl tt.-Bors of all Kinds, Chrunle Raeematlam.
Dyaorpsta. i ad ag dlassaas that ha.e besa estahilahesl
tn tns syateea lor yeai
BEIVO TRFPARKO EXPRRKRI.Y EOR THB
ABO VK OOWPI.AISTS. ITS BrmU-Pl R1FTINT.
PROPERTIES - ARE C.RKa.TKR THAW ART
OTHKR PKKPARATW.S O? BARSAPARII.I.A.
IT Gives THIt COMPLEX to Tt A CLEAR ASO
HKALTHT COLOR. AXO RK.MTORM THR PA
Tlr.NTTO A STATS OF HEALTH AID PU RfT Y.
FOR PPRlFYrNO THR BLOOD. RKUOTIG Afcl.
CHROSIt; CO.NTm:TllNAL IJlSKSKS ARIA
TFG FROM AX IXPI'KESTATROF TH T RI.OOIl,
ASD THR OXLT RKL1ABLR AND El rHTCAI.
K.NOW.N REMEDY FOR THB Cl RKOF PAIN
ASD 8WKI,I.I.Ni,S OF THR BONKK, rLfrfftV
THINK OF T'd F, THROAT AS P-l,k' HUflcHh-,
PIMPI.KM ON TH K PACIt,FRysiPFLA. AND ALL
fW Al.V SRUPTIUS.S OFTHK SKIS. ASO BBAL
TIFYISG TT1K COMPLEXIO.t. PRICB,l.M PBR
BOTTLB. ' . . .
.- -- lea. J ' w
- - -. , . . -
' - HZSIfST T. HTSLlVESOLa'S
; . - '! '. "" -. . .
, , COSCRXTRATSD
. ; - . . . - - .
FLUID.; EXTRACT, "BUCHU,
THS GREAT DITJBHTIC.
bas eared erery rase of DTABFTKS In which ttbas
been siren, IRRrTATIO.T OF THR HECK OF THR
BLAI'Ur.K ASD ISFLAM M ATIOS Or TH ft AIO-
hF.Y'S. LLCKRATION OF THR KfDHFYd ASI
BLAOf F.R. RKTHSTIOS OF USISK. DIKKAKJ-"S
OF TBI PROtiTATE GLASD, STOSS IS THB
BLADIiFR. CAl.CTJLTJrt. GRAVEL. bUICK.DU.sT
PEPOflT. ASD MUCOUS OR MH.KT Did
CHAKt.KS. ASD FOR F.NFRF.P1.KD AND OKI.t
CATR CONSTITUTIONS 5F BOTH SKXHS, aT
TKSDFD WITH THKFOTXOWISO SVMFTOy'S:
INDISPOSITION TO FIKRT10S, LOSS OF POW
K8, LOSS OF MEMORT, DfFFICrLTT OP
BREATHLSG. WF.AK HKRVR.S. TRFMBLTSii,
HORROR OF THSKASE, W AK.F.FTJL" KSS, DrM
NF.SS OF VISION, PAIS IN THE BACK, ROT
HASPS, FLVSHISO OF THR BODTl DRTSKHa
OF THE SKIN. ERUPTIONS OF THE FACE, PA l,
XIDCOUSTKSASCR. rSIVERSAL LA8S1TUDS
O TFHK MCSC'ULAR SYSTEM. ETC. ,
Used by persnni from the aires of eUrhfeen totwentf.
SVe, ssd from thirtr-re tolortyye, or in the decltae
or change of life; after eoadnemenl or labor pant.:
bedVwettinc ea ahlldraa. , . ..- . , '
. , . u r
HFI.MBOLD'S BTTRACT BDOHO IS PIT BF(T.
tr ASDHLOOD-Pl-RIFTISG. ASO CURFS ALL
DISKASES ARISISG FROM RABITH OF D1SJI
PATIOI. ASD KXCI'.SSKS ASD IMPRU5f.SC'F3
IT MFR. IM PC RITI K8 OF THF. F LOOD fm, '(T
PKRSFDUiti COPABIA IN AFFECTIOS8 WlB
IT is t KI1, e n V Dirnu,iij . i
TUK.sk Dl-'KASKS USKD IS C!SM
TIOS WITH HELMBOLD'b R08K WAeH.
- . - ' LADIES.
;.-. -' - ; - . .-'-".-
. nf MAST AFFECTIOSS PECtTLI VR TO LA
DIF8. THE EXTRACT BU0HU 18 rSFOTJA JXF.ft
BY ANY OTHHRRKMKDY AS IS CHLOROhlS
ORRhTENTIOS; IRRKorLARTTT, PArSFTT,
NFSS OR SUPPRKSSlON OP CTJ8TOMARY
FVAOCATIOSS. ULCERATED OR SCrllRRrs
STATE OFTHETJTFRUS. LRUCTHOBBHaU OB
WHITKS, STERILITY, ASD FOR A IX COM
PLAINTS ISC1DF.ST TO THE HEX. W H KTHKR
IrISING FROM INDISCRETION OR HABITS OF
DISSIPATION. IT IS PRF-SCRIBED FXTRN.
S1VF.LY BYTHEMOSTFMlNtNT laTsPMANS
BSD MIDWTVEM FOR KHFEEBLFD ASD DIM
CBTKCOSSTITUTIOSS. OF BOTH 8KXK8 AND
AM, Af)F8 (ATTESDk'D WfTH ASY OF THE
Ahy Yh OlhSASF-n OR 8 Y M FTOM8- ,
H. T. HKIJdBOLD'fi EXTRACT BCOHU .
CUBES DISEASES ABIhlSO ,FROM IMPRU
K DESCES, HABITS OF DISSTPATIOrT, sTTfX.
In all their staaea. at little sapsaaa, llttleer no chsnre
in diet, ao inconvenience, and ao exposure. It esn.ee
s treqneet desire, and fires etresejth to Lrtna re. there
by remnTinjr obrtrnrt lone, Pre.niin and Cnrtng
Strictnrra ol the Uretbra,Allayniff Pain aad In flam ma.
tion to frequent in this cia&a oljjlseaeee, and eapelitns
sll Poieonoos maftee.
TDoeaMls who hare been the rictlms ef iaeorape.
tent pemona, and who ear. paid heavy fee. to be enrad
in a rreirt lime, hare foond tbey hare been decetret.
and atia, the ' Pelsoa " baa, by the ase of powerfnl
fc-trinaente," been dried np tn the ayatem, to break ent
in s more ssararaMd farm, ead perhaps after Masv
TUl HKI.MBOf.TPft EXTRACT BUCHTJ for alt
ArTecl'iasand Dtseaaoaof the Urinary Oraaaa,whetbee
eytatina in Male or Female, from whatever earn oriir.
inatlna, and no matter of how lore aiareitna. PP ItTi.
OSfc DOLLAR AKDriFTTCESTS Phil BOTTLE.
Cannot be snrnaaseI as a FACE WASH, 'and will be
fnonn the only sprcine remeuy
TASKOUS AFFECTION. It.
foont the only aprcilic remedy In every species ef CO
TASKOUS AFP KCTION. It speedily eradicates PIM
PLKS. SPOTS, SOORBUTIC ORYSKSB,
TION of the CUTASEOUS MEMBRANE, eta., lis-
oei RKr)"K8H snti IX lr h NT
ISr. LAUD A 1 lU.-v.
RlVkS. R4SH. MOTH PATt-'HRtL DRYSK1SS OF
!CALP OR KIN, FROST RTTFS, aad all pairoeen
for which aALVrSfwOiNTM8NTSra nsed: reetoren
tiie skin to a state of parity and softness, and msaree
cotrttnuedi heaitby acrion to the ttesoe et its Tcsseta, on
wbtch depends the airreeable clearness and riTactty ot
complexion so much sooxhs aad admired. But new-.
eer raiOdble as a remedy for "ilstlns; defects of the
skin. H. T. He Ira hold's Rnee Wash has lone mtained
its principal olaisn to unbounded natmeiHre, hy pee
sefuuta: qualities waieb rMdes it a TOILKT APPEN D
At . K ot the moat bupertaUTe and Concenial eoarater,
eoax binLTAar in an elee-ant formula those arrembint
equi-itcs. PAFF.TT and KFFICACY the Invariable
accompaniments of its nse as a Preeerrat tre and R".
fresh r ef tbe Cornplerien. M is aa eicellent Loloto
for d Meases of a Kjphi.uie 5ature, and as an injection
fordi-eaaeeof tbe Urinary Onraas. srlwnaj frnro habl's
of dl-,i-ation.use1 In connection with the F X.TR ACTS
BlTCHUAR;iA PAR1LLA, and CATAWBA ORAPB
PILLS, iu such diaeaj-es as tcommetideJ, raanotbe
jtAi. it, 0 K. AHJL.ua it tb OJ lXJa. .
Full and explicit dliwBt.ons .
apaay the modi
vict-uco ottqo moe. mpwumiukm avm. rniau.p v.. -
acter fura!shed on appUcar.cn. wttt ta9m
lieifed cOTtaticatue and reaUAinendatory retters, mArnr I
of wh,.Tn are from the bUhest soorcee, includmn mi .
pr,a,,or h 'XmZ&
w-.iwo; he does ne td 1n2 sin no!
ua-sj iar A-0 ravyyvw a- " m, 7
"7. i ncimtold's Oonrrtria Pre.
- J I ! "paratioB. :. ..'- "
Delivered to jriv ad !rosi Reenre from ohasrvalon. '
EST A BLISB1 D U PW A RI OF TW EST YY E A Ro. ,
i,Mi.t Ailrfraw Irlt.-r. ror i
formatl .n. moonlidence to HESRX T. ULLiihOUJ,
llnffbtaBd Gbetsi.t. "f
Drlw; H T. HE! MBOI D Drea and Cheaj-k-al
V.ri-hon', No. y4 Broadwuy, hw Vera, or ta ,
T. BFLMBOLD'S Madluel Depot, IWSoQLn Tenth
BFWAREOF COL'S rERFEIT. As for HFNRY
11 RLMUOIOI'S TAKJi SO OTHhft