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T 1) \DNY aliiNN;, NOVMrQIatt 20i, Intl.
T rel Itsemy of Newst
MIr. Elitwin loe rst, the actor, has r rrived in c
New York Fr !hyII r 'tiia:'nli, with erech improred a
health. lie i:t ir lihe a pnrits, and eaune t50,000
richer thae he wa:as when lhe left ens nearly a
twelve mounlh hince, Ie will shortly reappear on f
the stage. c
The Chartleston Mercury was to be revived on
Monday.
The Richevy's opera troupe are in Richmond. a
Hampden S. Smith, of RIaleigh, is dead. I
lion. James Guthrie is ill at Cincinnati.
Gov. Wise is getting better,
Gondolier beat ixide at Nashville on the 15th. e
The nnard of Counety Canvassers at Detroit
Srbrae Ltrown out tIh n vatre of fitty and sixty boes,
I. on account of a surplus of votes heing returined
over the ntlber on poll list. Tihe excesses are v
eour iq one ward ald eight in another. This ac-Is
tion causes the eatire election of the Denmocratict
coualy and legislative ticket. It
Gen. Thomas 1,. Crittenden hae resigncd the s t
statle Treasmnyhip of Kltnlirehy, and Alfhed Aliena
Shas been appointed. Crittlende Ra colonel in te
the regular array, goes to Celifornia to eommand a it
regtiment.
Wl. P. King has been arrested, and committeld to
the military prisol as one of thie arauders illtna
the Louisville aud Nashville railroad.
The liev. ;. B. Cuylainri hans bee consecratd a
assistant hiahop of the l'rote.tent hEpisrpal a
church lor tle dliaceae of Kentuiky. The cee
monies were very iaposinng. a
It is nndeatrtood ftat so'mn after thle opening of
Congress, tie Illce jldiciary rwmn tte wnrill re
view tile wimolC a-l-jrt of tie a-tatinatrlion plto
and enxla iar hean) h ,'a c. re-laivh e to ell'. Darevis.
Chretics Iecavt,- ar , -rk ia the (l-ottlirg rooa at
\.Ihr NNew -'i.rk tlcr,tld, hift y'rae a trt.i trnenawa
tal hundd wt erl r t f in
Loreenratr.-- aut ,trIra, which he had tra-tedal
fro! th( e safeB ini !Ld,, 'hii:e. II
athr. M:- v hMel;t.' ct ,) raiovrra d a verdin t o~r -rt
ot 0) e 1at . ' e a rosen d acr e t ailr,,ar t, l
l "Net la;a itjuriae-i s raat-a- i iy a eb
nti .n l - -"ra talr athat- r a on , -e tI it arte I
while .'' ,l: fi t!,, act ,,f t nt.ion , onw.r
tl, i . m.lin,' v ordg W o1 the tlrlmad of Ia.1
timora i, , 1 - , have furilall rvr- ht
ref I tarl tc a I I < , ,,L:t:
who eat".' [i.;. , d ca it I a'it ant-ic.
Sat ea.ca"aa , a-.e-"aa.;i nt a.
,t: . : ,' ... . ii . ,:i . , F . 1'. Iti, r, R . J. .,h .
Pat ,e. - 5. lice. . W. W.
]3ell;:ea r. :,:a- l I',,tl +i . : a rr l l) i -e," l:y- (to.il
cL. 1 l. aIa:-, I.: arr a--n, -airt- s trr a':r t
Forai, ;5'! . ,be' b"' oq , f the 'pr ue ,,ding.
we:e , +,,i.t a i.aaar - ,i.- tarta pIra l, i.Ot, in t l
hui t ;-j. - 1a - ai'c lar-.o. I'a-,lut i,,n wa-a
f the rt-1. I'l,- t rt- -a- th pa tar a d"iahteae lr bat
jOq rnn!'°u' t , l l'th'_r.. iu a ;cc,,1", v:=itL'.ithe tall
of ti:.- I,,, ,., ,,I '',,; 1,cy invitdttio,, whenl th,.,y
-wee. r ian y rcc:,'*-itd by thc" nlll crhatis of tilt
aity.
Tee latae aro.l -ctrowr er r, cartti--n have re
snlvar tari- th- talll hia let: iet clate.I tar weal and
ewoole-n agre-da ai 1, by the liant taartrtttt tta
Wien- roat,'rt .-a taaoo- n ta-ufar t uti retrnl trowt at
tfore (.,aarer%, , oate a ir-att a to 1 crate nian
proe-t.:rity of tite c-Aatery sadi that we still saand
titnrly iy it. aet, ill -eek by all proper m.ant it
early aLroptlon a- t la .
GFtrn, ('rant a unwell oin the tiar.
The ra-,airats roan cartrer- week bheore lst
were ari (a, rt ie Gohl.
A eabtiet miiter statted on tlre I th that theat
qnestion of reaoo nditnlg thlie contart ttaional
rmenltl ants n tthe S. llth for adolption, had never
been aRited at iu eabihet meetting.
One mental a-ad seventy German remigrantr
arriveda in hAl-:i:-t, G.., Oil the lth. Thay are to
settle in orath retrolitra.
SixtUlrerl-' Ithacien were to sail fleon Alglla
, Ona Seiatdany, alr ltiberia. Five hadled had,
already gouet
Feria nda rioe sayne hie har- not advocated aegro
Stt ratei a S acyou hear made a saleeeh in Nanw
York iarIat 1:'e maenedtnet.
, Cy; 1C, Fie.d was aanqal-ttL-d hia .n Nae ol
n the 15th. ri e romised a still furthier redac
tion af the c a:,lc tart iY.
- In the- tse of aVitliart T. Snaiahol. ailre banner.
a against i,lwar I. StaaitOn, seeercttry of wara icr
Me. ItI'ral t - and hN miriiterialtcoleiaa-u have
- irewrtotderat ora and disetrsed at the next c'tti
.at c ýatrli. Adeaordihg to the terma of n 1r,
thi e S a1: '; L. to a :l i t. ! ,a L eln llyt tt h eei s a rt it o dtti ll;,c l ' t ,
S b e tw e e n it a n d th e b ill i tr, c e a hi a-a . a h i ,
- whocdena-ded-ly - - e sciaod r olhuly Ze. Ili t re 1i .
a-it D'I.nwc r ,at--a s i, r aiite ,ati l n oai ' the ra -
-" hia :; carat -, a three yet ar :-i,,,), ,
r -.a]tLh'i r; he :.t. ,,r vt t r,1 l.raFIt .I who t ; :pit
1 ) n.n ! ' ,t ýý,) ti , r iile -a',r rtl niar lhara 'i l -, ,l'.
the L:a , rad I".,"y.
A Pl.i.,~ie:.i,,a i~irr w;a Seized wit-ti i--- l
tremel.s i th - , - -1at rol-ll tait - til-i II iv l
The neR v il ,ll d.' ,,VC t r.1 Cb' v,'l 'JI. the
bulargesta of eili l , a at, aurae supe i n- t t lL , . - i
T60 e if t n fee Io mill of it li oolth, nove:0 0,ib
,delert ili L I:ll il aparti, e tat nim lt. The oa t
bust- of Lir t r.hn , G.iant, the o ster'intedent o[ lhe
Work. ar.d eth,.i
Brigadier -leratl, alll ob. Hi. aaolthe slub-di-nt
,. trier oi San bAiua}.
SThae cult youn a ai mill pot Eli Iloot, neaivi Li-st
arty, hT.a, Iavo iesta li'ed.
Tite ollilag ae alII-..g sulto iof ihe, 'nt im
poortelt plist in ip 1iatistetrs during tie week
eadihi Nov. l0, h :
TeEaosr ptos, lie. Jerreso parih, La., r e-es
eablisve oired i n StMar Ltong aointed ao otatc
Tha., re-ealabtlishd,·f a ed il' ti. a ii appinti d
Sostmatetr f i tyou tlariary posttflie, Livingston
arianie, Tlliaou, utalisheNd, Eungla. reidcn tsyer
ppniont pStter. tinha rentl been
'The Boston liuie arirest people for plaoyisig
rds on Sundlty ia private OnUSeSn.
Clom.ra .as m.id its apllearatiey quite naex
.etediyiu toe Valley of Virgeinia. S-veral fatal
sea have acyirred in Stauntoi aid Woodltavk.
The erstaie eit tseory aieng of th e u fth ilgrims,
22d of December, is to be celebrated at
L. aen State pIrayereeting has recently beaen
sessi n in Spri.tnlield, Ill.
ire white ics aid one negro were flogged by
er of the Ihtltiugs court, at Iriehuinitd, o the
hc, on cnvictiou of ptty tlarceny. Thins I the
t instance i many years of th e a Infliction of
es oa white ncll by judicial seintlcee.
atter Scott, who recently cacait)ed a itaenoay
bery i Cincinniati, wnas rrested in Louisville
sthe 16th for forgery. Important papers were
he Louisvilte, Frankftrt and Lexingtona til
id Coampany annoane stiat they will transfer
r treair road, trea of ehar'ge, all aontributionl
the deatitute poore t ther South.
1VWashington dlisa tch says President Jlohnson,
Thurnday. reearhed toe a trominet eilize en
lshigto that hli'e wasE not disposed to make tur
r rertoAals frome ot fficen m allnt Oilfl p)olitiaal
SDa l Carpetare isnspector of the Nicw Yol
triInpoitau PIi.kti, died isuddenly ll 'lhurdilay
gl t d t larnedilscase.
ite ac d i Tha a., it is said, pronunaces in favor
impartial iuili age.
Robert A. lihi iart has bien aipointed liy the
rensidenIlt tImasillr hl ticiago, ie place tof
ie lion. Tilt, , Craiveni a rominent iiolitiiei
Sontllera Kentuckuy, dieL d at Cio}umbia, il trha
htte, in \idicadnay.
A cire at Nashville on thti Itle i destroyed the
i Iholsa-e reo airstore of J. Sc it-ndy. Las
$10, 00, p.l . tis i nsured.
In i easeof at partyswhohad failed tand made nl
$ssignmea t s eftre ptying the givernliiui tax -5
this boss is, the eomissihoer of ntarust revenue
i writes: "r tlthe Iaxagainst the hrm alluded t
ia In duc-at tie larte o their aaaiuentieii there ia
lien uan u the pli operty assitaed in favor of lii
ted ttes, hliae chim of thle governmelat take:
rev dscne sver al oter, anre s hlld a tl be an
orneel vw ditraint if necessary."
Rv. tai es t Ivesttey, pastor of a caurcla J
ltsbur, ha bean suspendred from the mliutstr
ea.'trelteytery, aon a . .tri upoan chargea
In c"-gty and unf aithfulness to Is wife, and usie
ngar and profane language.
ta t In Buchaean county, Missouri, last Tuendly,
r. Pry was plundered by a party of ruftiamns
'00. Next day, two aecn, giving the namesi{
Samith and Stearnes, were arrested, aud were rt
s.gezrd as being engaged in the robb-iry.
IOn aThursday afternoon a young man called
Se store of E. & f, Faxon, leather dealrtt.I
Pearl street, Ifsonl, and under preense of gati ngi :
a ,1ll chaitarait, am.:a;,ed it ,a I a nay, anotea,
and seemu'Jtirs val tal at di/1,li0, t ith wice Ill,
''lhe eaiaplaiti,,n for a conventison oslcend Ith
Staltv toantiatlian s which wae.c,,it spot it Wi:a
Cousin at the Ilte election, haShen dhrletied,
A terrible sltrim lrovailed along tihe Atlanltic
coast, deinlg lrutrh dallace ro shiping. M31any
vessels pot into elortreaa Monroe fa-r an hIlartb.
A Waslington etpecial conltradlctl i rectelt
story that a tho.astdl sttrld of artlms were stolen
frrn the UWatnegtln ariaory, on ter very suli
cient grrtlld that there is n arm eoory there.
teosreg Pealbody reeertly vilted Zaaasvillte, tie
residenace of his brother, M. 1. I). Peaabody. iHe
is said to have distributed about $51a0,000 (?)
among hlis relatives tlhere and at Puatnam, and to
have given Kenyon College, Gambler, $25,10000.
Governor Swann, of Maryland, arrived at Wash
ington on the 1i;th, and waited on the President.
lie denies the report that he intends to call an I
extra aession of the Mlaryland legislature. The
regular session meets on January 1st.
Thile steamer Pioneer returned to New London, a
Colllarcticlta, on Wednesday night front a six
months cruise in tile Arclic ocean, after whales. 1
Site penetrated as far as the iceberga, and com
nutieated w it lie)r. Hall and iparty, who were
looking for traces of Sir John Franklin's exlpedi
tion, on the 2%th of July, at which time thely were
all well. 'lThe voyage was more successful thant
that of any other vessel in the same waters, and
it has demonstrated the praeticability of ouor
whlalara using steam power. The officers of the
Pioneer report that on the night of lhe 13lth inst.,
uand morning of the 14th, a splendid display of
meteors wa- visible from tlhe ship. The Pioneer a
at that time was between thirty and forty miles I
southwest of lMontank Point.
The admiralty of Prussia is engaged iln the cre
ation of a stronea fleet, and naval recrliting has
been ordered s o comaence immediately it tlhe
Prom Hiexicu.
S"x." unI:.tctoen, Nov. 1t.-L.tters from Gen
Cralte Alvt e azadDias via Ac a pulo, to Noara -
atll :la left lha-t port. The g 'r onist, oa
0 ntett. Tilhe mi.d of the eapttro of itxaca by
IIhe Iberais tt irllll. Anot th, er aon)llt says
three vonkel of 11f reh e lOl IleTd proceedc'
frolt!n An ilt lto MiZt. i tl II a withdratw tahe
letl h o ir opt, fr rl l t he lter l ,ett , a n I cl d t Ia
ti hbt ,i Ill-a (ten. Aa v z ]lt, ixt
liaon, si g 'rtr ien-, ai fad, to rfe w lh',ly w 'htih
I t i r: Hlt ,t wi f. I t. f, t i t l I.- , e tiirf
I al d, eia,.'., o tari.al', t aaou tli aale t i ha
,;r l ,er 2 ,I,. is a.ti, i t, Lave t thV led a cney go
o Ite'1:, a ,l ' ii , 1 nIat lt ai M 1xi , i a t p fit.
5A-.t,[" it ", ';,~ Nov. til--A - w a tal mI ._-!,,i t i f tlll:
Mtetlt dfe: It ;alt tteo, aI att bee tile aoo hie
nt,-: len ,v ,with Mii. a..'- that wl o e.. tat o
lae aalt aa e Libt r'l l ate 1 turialt- i;t a 1,. i,'o
atx tie6+ agate],tand iv ttatt that teitalvri w cc o,
il',a".with s, , tbut tite ' . tat" ,vi ry point.
ctrcll:,. T'le ar-c that JuaeZ ea t"i prcpa -la a tat
cela, troe oa I ti ivs si.tatia fes to th. -ated
tof atxi i. iportat aa d acom aaliaaol ay athat
altimial as, no doui freatathe iy It' at t lo.
itrstat l -ifzt ih at.at ape intai d to a ta e rl l,.r of
thei actaitr and scti e of M'ac mtlia-tb' n/iatrs !,:,
detlared their tautt.iiona of his. iutoulaot- to ' tit'
h-laelf taa e er aea"or, and attre att cth'- gh hity
he at,,unied the temporary rtgegaty rll tf .l-itximil
the urgenlt appeata of ta lzaite eitt rarict with
new feature of the u ex Sean a uaddle will be ea-c
ti'cly di.sipaated by tlel. Sa erta c and titiatt r
tasitbellnt prt:aesce at the City el Mexi,,.
A~ MIEXiCANl PA'ER: SPP~RE'lSIED.
The IlEtafette, a jtournol 'pullisihel i;' ¶he rity of
00xio, annol.,cod the abdication of .Maximian i i
Iot1
the 211d it. in thie following toerIn':
The l 3mptror 3taxinmiian loft tl.io city Sunoay
rcit g 1t 4 otlock. The Tir,, del I peri, ie
eared3i3 its 0a3ur3hv evenin03 s edition the rfor ,'.
rf tle 2 t3'.t ':Ire of i.- naji sty. It is serio, Iyf
I 3iit now t', i 'revent the ati of tho i3i3 't O
o'ooo it 131' 30 ma.e'ty. and to h..r dl hf de
3330r I<alh coln33t3y. 'The 30t3k'0 w]n'th3 h3330 I11
.3l1hi 0 t. for tihe il.t3 t.ill3'.3' w100s0'
teec is kdc,ar lmr have cau ed a mnst
• oly sotis,,ti .,n in Mexico.
W.I: re s:r~·thi.tlr e ,·vi;; i slo tlie Aeptrh "le ofi
3 3e e 333J,,ror 3'la, i eL3 l3ll he3 t3d over0 L3 ) i3 3
r a su3edietion of" afairs, re
il, :·ii :li ilr a !hl:? I+{t r;!h i-~1 al. f.ll' I w·~l
The ,ri'enl+.r n n/ or ar ti le we/?n/ll lum, l ··f th tn
3331
Ille lltlie' nllg ti tl le~ l Iwln- ..ir l ett+rsit r,, - by / ,
h! 8,,rm In lt he n et, th nhl e e:l l ity affr, l i.wiulhl(·l!i
13" "0.0333 30330.330 1130lu 03'0f0r' ofemnhn
33 ,' 3333 33n33 333333' .1 333 10,.0 ] 33 c3.ill'- r
hu.n)re Ol ileI ovr tihe o.l dt'~ rI'i)out byJ. Al ne,\ lv
t33e 3re33 - , e3 , 33i33 n r,30 1' 1ar3. ..t. t',u. -,i a1 .
31 .II
'Irral [>333 r C3130aul T33h''ei'r mci'30r1y'''"'3
.3L0 1ov it33 t'e ' 33'' r3 -"a3 ' l3 ' u.l''l` '' n hil' '
. ,e.ntoit '0t30h e4333m00rte
Thl~lle route between~i- 'i Lo nglos nd l Ps
abotl nto b, sitiaoked forahil. '" , i~-+ the p ros fru nn a I
weekly line ofcacetocnect. wihth tae
oml et, ? t e' ri chns rin ,o.f ll nd"l ae nge h <ll ''" ue
rl aiic o tini ric epilo s l'. n UVIt 1 ol i tl- , a'
ol ared oi , ,in·r,.l The. pirospt ectitn l on e i
itndrc t ,,he Hefral heari o- two partiea h t'haltl, h e'i
lefltrg llWte Texts ieent ly,? onun ftor aair! lnthle: I am
IIt, hn~isalr ll: bet-en Suln~lleti, a.[~ 1"I: one*·r nl!sh{tl
Tli p(ll recr c ty f<, ltt tln .]e alll! loll~e ~illei/ l : bi
cmlt( tl l e lsi pa mnil th 110dv licl n :; 1
1er tatta3ed bn th33 e i ndl 'c13. tl3 3.31.tha
'th333 e 3, l ev eryt. ig ofr' ie.
Thei wcounded wfrc eom n ws slf owly recovering.
.c3i.l3 Wa h0 l,3to1 dlito h 03 tldloe ik oloo the
ti'33 0313at3i3Commercal sa0.
I The r.3 idnt1 , n00 at hl0 t 1 roeatit o' ta. e 3 ii il
Ieomlri b ntoerot h3 nsu lt33t3, n. '1 la tit il wi
33n0dl'ean tso orel' the tol. notthe b h ani not
t ali 'at byce P ht '.00 .3eg r.a l direct nlnnica
tnland tln wIlll as ae oc o ag utc to CllnrIl-e,
h la reat svera nieing he autdic ]ia dir the ofte
nhcnlt'3S to3c o h
lasoerthnewiniew rod adi thebutlol"i bc
weot o31yb) lit 30le3130 133s routen. 033 30'3
rite soumt betwef the hosnelhosi and El Pat
tho' 3e3i. 1 s3tocked for the chiii. e33 toi i'e t'rln 3 a
Aen well-kin wn~ tller ndemcai oiiianu o t thad~
,velyn line tit coach~es, toill enuet it tilt: sne tal~n
lOW hortllinterbetwke wth Athacrid ant,1 El Pnd,.
rhi inkm iefroord to it 3e aoly mo'te olltnin t,'
3t3onn'r3 tihe chain of 0304 aid 300'0endo e34o -
Intnieatin btlw hotheen New 0r'an- an3 lu3 33an
:ioeo. and wns no he added hy the 1,3th of thie
The meounn l of ri dpnoits o hit 3,e0rgo i 13 tl
iclity of 3L,3 Pins Attoi, ia Soa Ithera Ne'0 tex
eon nerconfernoed. 'ff3 3r0o130'0tin3f330nlhtile 0i
h0avt boon voryi l surcescfl. 3n30s 3r0 11te0ing
thit1er31 footmWoestyron Ariconu t nd Now 3e3io.
ild Iotletcra hnve 1 r3 e of twi par oi0s th33 3pie
loft Wettern Texat rectl aty, oud for 33e 0a30e
loeslity.
Thlr tacit a30r3a3t0 33 the follon ilg : A
"Two lndite residing 0on33 Iv .i tile bi l,3 tild of
t313 ['rio, 3033ie 01l03e and entirely unpr3o30tected.
werettachod by thore Indians. Ont of lie w033'
33300 wan in'333te.iately 1331304. anot 313 tsiva.g0 shot
tw'entyarrowstl of tithohedclftle oltheo, en,3 loft
h13r for drad. irefore tloeirde3notarte thoy cobbod
theo u 13330o0 everything of olueo.
The 3toouded 10000330n waolow'lyrecovering.
oetroial Wahlntogton d1t03.tch of it ile3t3 to the
Coieoei aoa oerktoidol say :
3The 'reident, at1the 3 retuest of 3130 the Misoisoi333
'c33nn03i'13o33ers,1n0 had3333el1S333a303n1:135 333333iti
Chiof Jousti.re Case0. 03i13, rlotocne to Ith ta3,l of
.Jtff'. ron Davis,'' nd the10 sgt3'tgaoae t reo -
033n, i''th'e o rsl3 teo. tnonf wh'te 1r0031 3l ha0o
3n place, 0i3 ha f ai to'03h0. a1h3e30oi ConI
i333300aw t'e3r3aniz3ng 3130 i3tdri 131 3io33 3he
.03"'o,, to riovolt for tho now oie00uit3.T
3.s33i3ht3wl3all33ne1 to thifac0 3 n iln s ana
A ,ofthe sat'emenloot 3f0th1Phi1ad,3ar t
0h rsiel 3''n000f33e31the' 1hierci.10333.3le 3011=
3 0.0113330w 333a'3t'rn3e3030333104333iie.3n0hho
'3t30ml'303 in30te3333iew wit 300, 0reshlent 3 1133a 333331
oltd l 030330 033330 hl'd.toomk any3n0er03l'ellv
thttile Peel'td,,ute ha,1en3od {ooloa0000 lhttrton
Sco'lltiloon qestoon 'oreatro 3c3g3 nlieh, l the 333033303
of dorlg~ea:flarti 03333" 00,3.nd33 030003 ftorl op0osi
tairoon I~ hto bodyo3'md 313003, hr n.ile~ wiot i.3g
n tion th , tnatioo thgart hItid alord hetend to e
cte thlard 30chiad 0; neoaet adgeo t oI'r htlt ando
.330nt lllern eto fwere nrgg Shar hoc the 001 30et
3haoof delrngaIyonontsnlrsaora anol~t for ontpartigl
guenorog, 003 e' Scftoald nth, 3303 sadoto t r
33 ohnis otrto hoeernworhe f Shrky. 00e 3130 io
.0of the cathedial p1 St'atburg,
lHAIAr RENEWEE AR.
III lil kEzJ'r A LIL
To nil Eulightened 'eople,
I havo been lenrcd tr pet the abore syled preparaetn
before the public from the well known Ifact, that in no way
have people of this and even other courtries been so mNeb
imposed upon, as by the comainparatively wourthless compounds
for the HAIR, bringi-g it their train a long list of sad
resu tn.
The human hair is an elon:aled epidesmic, appendnge, a
part of the human eysten and. slhould, to produce beneliial
results, be treated sci ntl itely, an is any other part or ['urc.
tLo: of the let.m. Ito iau ntill stucture coslists of an
absemblsge of epidermic cels at the bottom of a flahk-shaped
follaile or seed vessel, supplied with blood by vessels iditrib
uted to its walls; It is made up of a root from which
TIHE HAIR IS DEVELOPED,
And a stern or shaft tontinton with It, the
rat exhibits ta bulbOl etai rgeen, .bieh, with the
loner part of tile :item, is incleed in n formation of granular
cells. The ottom oG the follicle o ee al cupid
a paps'la, o germ, upen lhich the hi'r reist a ilpmround
eTlldar eli,'ito thIe trie t etrm of the dllir llelp, then, lies
the eat of tile iiemse, whieh cusesra grair, to fall out,
llher nrd thr blod which ,upplie- theses . -b! ee beLtn ill I
viscid taite. or lilled with hoeril t hmpreo'ate= bt erleed ves
renoruti·u n the ,tore f the hillr, we mult [h,., te,;t here. b
The i io.L'tlh of IInh.
Take.I pfaeat ~he ro.t b l he d, elpmeont ,f
new teol. t tire Lu,, tLi i Jh. 1i-t, tp.if rwtldt
iy the pew or b ,: r::hin ,,pl" e, : :l it t:a iure. l i n t, kl: i
i, btC! ki tiiS It, r Ci( tileT . Te th
.A I ,,).uihurt tfll , he Ji , Il1, i L flnikl the L
,,elt. ,,, X1'0,r II thl: ihtl,ýreibec,, . -, .ot : illcd
x t:l, d,,;l rrr, u,;k ip;r s ,.. . ,,r u'n : lld n e t n u d G rua: *~
0b the hw ,:n if i', th . d rir= r rmed.c_' o ins e
c,,::e lrr ln~ ' .1 . 15 , ...... . t- r '.etL lu:.ll: III:r be tile
Ae well aý n pr,,ter.;;a fr m'uy'y
MY VEGETABLE HAIR BIE EWER S
Slthe enRit of 1,r,,, and patiene: , ,riuuvnt, stndy and
cI, r'h' nt thc.ihe.if 'ral pTi'ia . ,pý n P ,tP . It, c n
.... iiun ia in s'rict ,,': ,rd:.,,:e wv 1th h = ru es and scien
PREN:V).TORi AND IE-.TO:ER
Si r :, P.THOLO,;ICAL ,r DISLAkED ste t, '
c..i, . t i-en,ý n v g te tmum.nlaued exc- ,,t di-a ' f
A (,t IBE.A'TI'CUL DRE.I'N'G
A b'.ctw s dt"'Ir, f, t, CTr t ty dgIi-. toeing wP': ttrft r ,,l
A.n Excellent aund Iterhrable .1rticle
t l tlo iiO vre AI D for t t.) to oi!le.
P! wi ll iin ! -11 / a»"r, " , ;!a" eeset r , o " y ao ed npeoplo
,il ganized by age,, PROMUTE A NI:W 01U 6111,
]Restore the Glray to Its NaturFal Colo1r,
Stop and pr-ven t the Iaifr falith ofi, cau::u ib t, beco me
MOIST, SO F AND GLOSSY,
tT hihont stnining tile sk n, Ltino free fr,,m , -,'or and oilier
injuriou s chemticals, nod truly bauefidi. c : t he ho !r it. ail it,
Ablndance of Testlatony might be Publlihetd,
But I will only eal atten:ilo to these two'
UIT. AIPsiE B. IPRcIt:t
i hdl los. the n 0 f.,t !illxy Ilir, and was ankliteI ckh severe
itch-nS of oiho scal,) fora lmn; t1ne. I be.; a to u"," y-ur
El;:ETAILE HAIR RENEWER, and It so cured toh
itcilng, and produced a flue growi ot 11dr "1 i,: x hears.
'Ihi, irespar tion is grl at Lbig.n I beleie it ,illdo hors
t!hllt nny other plrop,.l.ltion. Irae om eind-d It t. a MlrS.:r e
ht y twlý" ,,t iued and used it. and who could give ar tirt
} r a t e c r in u c a te. Y ou r eo ; : ee c t f ul n M
J. E. SCULE,
t
D I :E.! hws u or EtET allLE I~llR
i EN L VEW . ,,r f ,r tW ,, cear-, will, too c ,u l,,wil,**
nn llH rvitr e thin nd ra plly f, iiung 1,. It Iv 1>
S ,r . 1,.r .ruy Tho I NEW 1R 1un u ii taly che lled th l
[ ý1i uhd n, th:ck an 1l ,glass. n, l. ,' u^ .v I ly ry,, t-d to itO h
t ' Tae e No Other.
s
SFOR SALp BY ALL. IPOTIIECARIES.
ig EO.. C., GOODWIN & CO., Genera Whalea o Agenut.
ir . AUSTIN B. FRENCH, ProprieLtor
Portland, Mo.
JO. O2EgA.,.M LOLEIIN.!
ultUG8, MEDICINES, G1EMIICALS, rAiL i' ,
OILS, GLASS, DYE STUFFS, PERFUMY RY,
Fancy Godo, at Wholesale.
-t
JAMES GONEGAL,
N, dO ST. CHARLES STREET, NEW OBLEANS,
Havfng. elved, by late aihval!, a large stock of PRESB
and NEW DRUGS, in ddition to the large aasotmett of
hhud, I am now prepared to a.pply the large and intrca nr
wants of the DUG TRADE SOUTH.
The following Rrticiea comprise a part of my stock:
Acide, all kinds, Alcoha- ,
fnlalom Copabia, Ammonia, Carbonate
Il- Mass, Bay Rem, -
orax., Bile VI 15,
COl'umc!, Brimstone,
:arsshardee, - Castor OL,
SLChalk, red and wh1 e,
Cream Tartar (:Upporae,
Isndigo, CttIe Fisk Bon..
Lip'.,:.c% dJalp.
Lidorsea Rt5ot, Lunar Cantics
M,,ider, Races
i,." ,.u . , u n d r s.' a,,
1 u.mo-., Opium.
quil krhývcr, Quinine,
ii,,tt i Stune, Roche.:e Bah".
Sullphur, PaleT Ston.
Ta:ln, Eu-singes.
Epsom Salts, Tumrpeina
Cornlih, White LeLd in Oil,
Ith,"er. Iitrle F7P, Emery Fiour,
EZtihr, Su!phric, Eme.-7,1.2 a2d I.
Gmnboge, Extra.t.-", slid end to d,
GOluber Salt, Flax Seed,
SArabic, Fla Seed, gound,
EsGUm Benoin, Ginger,
Gum Shellac, Gnum AssafndIa,
Gum Myrrh, Gum Camphor,
Glycerine, Gum Traga,,nth,
olldpe, Gne,
Oil Bergamot, Horbs,fresh,
Oil, Cod Liver, white, Oil Anise,
Oil, Cod Liver, dark, Oil, Cinnamor.
Oil, Olive. plnt and quars, Oil, Croton,
Oil, Sasafra,, OI, Lemon,
Pepper, black, Oil, Peppermint,
Potash, Chlorae Oil, Winterarees ,
Putty, Pepper, Cayenne,
s S Baltpatre, Potasse, Iodide,
Senna, Rhubarb,
Soap, Castis alerats,
ponage, In, in jars and botS es,
Alum, Sda,Bic Esonlte,
Soda, 8El, Whits Wnn,
PEEFUMIEBIT,
Fancy GSooa. Sttlonery,
Combs, Brohs-,
Colognes HandksrcM:,' ExrRtt,
Pomade, Flsvoriag,
Toilet Artlcles, PIns and Powder Be: es
S Soaps, plain and fency, Patent Medicines, etc,
Ordererecolved fom the cauntry wii meet with preYI
attention JAMES GONEGAL,
d Id St. Chalesie strt.
UEBBEL'l
HUPERIOR OLD CABINE1 BRALN '
IEODICATEL I
AN UNEQUALFD REMEDY FOR
DIARBEIfE , U& .RMER COOMPLATI T,
CHOLERA, CHOLERA ORBBUE,
TIIIPING PAINE IN THE BOWE!7 S,
--INV-
CHRONIC DIARRHEA.
It Is highly approved by the Medical FacultI
For Choane of Water and lI:et,
THE CABINET BRANDY
Has ben used with almost unparalleled succs for the
past Tentoy Year, in cases of DIARRHEA, CEOL.E.A
5IORBUS, COLIO, etc.
.1,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, AND EVES.
BOTTLE WARRANTED,
HU IC'BBEL'I
Cre ELEBRATED GOLDEN BITTERB,
A PURELY VTEETABLE TONIO
I nv(IBratlna and DtrenthBenlo~,
o I'nrtfibes the .ýstem agalust the evil o~e:1 ob f unwhoblesol
, tor. For salo in all parts of the world.
SE-CENTRAL DEPOT-American Eizpr-s Euldbing ei
holsobn street, New York. Manufa`toT-Hde4n, N. .
OEO. G. HUB:IEL & CO.,
Propr t,, a.
BOLE AGENT,
J. GONEtOkL.
WHOLESALE DrUCGIST,
SO..,.. ...,.. Chat'le, astre.........
Mo. EW O IdBR.
A"' il ArE CUBE
T'EEIIY CURER OF INTERMITT'ENT FEVER,
Fever and Ague, lemlttent Fewer
CIILL FEVER, DUMB AGUE, PERIODICAL BEAD
ACIIEL, BILLIOUH BEADACHE AND
BILLIOUS FEVERS.
Indeed for the whole class f diseases originating in bilryi
,erangement, caused by the Masria of miasmatic cou.ntre .
Fever and Ague Is not the only cnsequenc, of the mits
atilc poison. A great variety of disorders arse from Its I i
tation, In malariousdistrlcts, among which are NEURAIAIA.
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, IIEADACIIE, BLINDNESS,
TOOTIIACIIE, EARACHE, CATARRH, ATHMA, PAL
PITATION, PAINFUL AFFECTION OF TIHE PLEEN,
IIOTWERICS, PAIN IN TIlE BOWEL", COL C, PAL
ALYSIS, and DORANGEMENT OF THE STOMACH, all
of whlich, when origloating il this cuse put on tlhe intermit
lin tylpe, or bsecome periodiscal. This "CURE" expe's the
poison from the blood, *ad thus cares them alike. It is not
orply the most effectual remedy ever discovered for this class of
complaints, bt it is the cheapest sand moreover is perfectly
se. N, lhar. can arise from its use. and the pates.t when
red i I f as healthy as if he bad never had thedisease. Can
this he said of nyother care fr ChilLs snd Fever ? It is tre
of thbis, ald its importance to thse afflicted with the cam
plaint cannot bo over estimated. So sure is it to cure the
l'ever and Ague, lit i masy be trtLhlly said to be a er
taiu remedy. One deader complains thta: t is not a good med
elle o lsll, because one bottle cure, a hide neighborhood.
Prepared by J. C. AYER h CO.,
Lowell, Mals.
TIl E EI.EBILIIATED
ARGYLE BITTERS.
Tim r,tItnt '.::l.mal h iaduce tLhe i ror, atr to resume
ARGYLE BITTERS.
Th,· & nd hAas he-nI e-re:·,d entirely by the true merit of
ir L IEA ,11 LING AND I iEALTI REITORING VIRIITUES.
fil't' ire mo,.fticturedh nm tho bet materials--enirely
ve ble!.lt.a ll i n l'Lo fr'nl a] iiall liri~l~l ingredient,.
F. . WIEELt Ki . LO l . 'r,errietor.
WIIlEELOCK. FINLAY & BALL,
I; ,rtr and \h de)l:e Drnggi t-,
enuera! hr.la-ei Ag nts.,
S. .,, hnnn, Lewis Co.,
S nhmidt & Z Clgler,
And! Iy Dru cist+ nrd Dealer. Ien-0l!y.
- MAC'I'INEJIY. Ac
L T. C'UN'NI'GKA AHI & CO., ROBERT
L. T. C-N.t 'GIIA \It CO., New Or'ceans, ROSERT (and
-oJOIUE A SONS, l'cl52l5t'i, u.,)
16 G rvler and 17 lfnlton Street.. te
Do era insn E gol R ugiu; +ud 1.iiior sry or aHis kinds for y
h'lent:toT s S It s' r,)d" and Stea isboau, x will , l~ o keep
o,1ii l nl hi I, ll d IS w \ ill TIS. Denr Mills, fliow., et e, t Don
amcr imula fr Loc uom,ti e and Stealnboat .lchery.r linin
REEDS'S FOUJNDLY- ERL
(ESTABLISIiED IN 1?5.)
Corlner of Delord and Foueher streets.
We bet leave to inform our frleud, and the puBlic generally
p:ht we are prepared as formedly, to n'l.ofacture Steam
Elngines, Boiler, Ssgaor3 lills, Sugar Kettles, Draining Ma- It
eileS, Staw \hil, I Cotton Presses, Newell Screws, Gin Gear
sog, Furnace Mouths, Grate Bars, all kinds of Plantation and
tia ultiot Works, and every de=cription of Machiner in gI
hoth. LEEDS E CO.
Orders left at Box 73, Mechauics' and Dealers' Exchange, And
Ill, receive primipt attentiol:. Blue
BLACK DIAMOND STEEL WORK,.
PITTSBUEB, PA.
PARK, BROTHER & CO., Ie
-MYAurICTnmRS or
All Descrlptilon of Ca.t and German Steel,
EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN
THIS COUNTRY. B
Best quality Refined CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, MA
CGHINERY, PLOW, SIIEET and SHEAR STEEL, It
RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO o
TIVE, AXLES, OlRANK PINS, t'ISION RODS, SLIDE pla
BARS, FIIE BOX and FLUL PLATE, etc. hbs
Bsranch WarehIoue , bra,
NOS. 42 and .....,. BATTERY MAP.~0'l......NOS. 42 and I4 pp
rBesweo MIlk and Broad sistets, F,
BOSTON, MASS Slli
O LIVER HUrNT, Agent.i.
ýIINTEUI'S IMPIROVED. P'O TAIRBL. °
CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
-wIn- his
"LLane'a Patent Set and Feed Week,." l"
"iuo rosoectnlly l ll snittsnthn to our "IMPOVED
Piil'r'ABL: 0I1ICULAP. SAl i MILL," with "LNE'is that
P'fl5,'T' :;k'' AND FEED WoRKAS," smnc of tihasarb[c
ela' udynu+;e claimed t!erfor bone as i,,lowb :
l's , h, a soi itatnllso anoI d t nerrius i y e tiln "s O l' of the
Ieg by the [ull[]l ielidig the Sat\w, r\ ith aI uile l,'ion of thre
hdliyr'to ullde desice at oneto a sios,o 'il etilo, s1od I nlo .
,iSabject le I breadag' "r deranmge.n...--t-hlo Ing, cJ whatevero
lenb, beinig at at both ol . t ono "n"' tile s.le intaTnt "t'o
t le a,$ the Sstve'r, Ist fbove btaný: Atnl ail Ltn.rrlblg Utlo
Ibrmut iiu the thic.knoes of the Dl nn tllroghout, .ilnured.
2:1--5' a snvgn secured, not olyl in the nuiub..r l saind, L
emluhTyed .,bout the mill, but t.:e nuvtnel thotat which is ! 1' ti
mine :Imp"rItnce to-wit: in i.ol norking timB of too fmi is
'uOlicintly Isisitroatd po , s, whel it is st,:ed th.t iu thei
"setting timae" anlliey reQurred by "i,er mill., we are ade ton
"rus bSck," "St." de,, adst nlisber PIlik Tios ve are
nabled so cut threes twenty :vet planks it reeTirled) io a slngle
minute! accounted for is part byt o t he t at te Saw is the
most uncoainly engageo d (tb "ran-bck :i rne excapted) o on
asulal work is'om tse mi nl"o the Btock is5e place until it
e tirelv Lelerted into lumbe rl.
id-The peculiar ,rrnsemrant of thl "Feed Works,:
,ihereby tshe "lip" and wear nud tear' liways ineidsao to
the unl bell srranger'nt is avuoided, td in lie, eas ins&i
ltaes, "'starrting'", ,t "stoppoing" udfniig'ly ffercted.
4th-Tho snbstantia::l d perfectS prosui,1' of thil Mis, r
gerbith its h combsh*ions t Stee ,Sa s Mandris l "ip' ,
Mitls, aoI'Oilg isi fad utPg l'Aji Bxes," tho tre..l t
sastiiron supports, vhebs carriage for Ss log, and thoe rcsaunl
beauty ol fiBnish, nr.among th5ll ot.r estures wbheh lru
1>rlp chi.rutorise cur Mill, and whEh scrts for It thI mfail
ins admiration of h epsractol l.
'IhObe refereneso are eucien.ws tsruset,, to aecnra fo or
Stii all that is r'isord, asid all t*5t is ,raed is nn, i:stant
to inenre u protrwte, namely : `n examiuatloa lure par
We are, seT SoctnlflvTER.y t[.,
General ComrsIl lon MN'rehar. o. 4S0 Broadway Naw York.
®-N. I.--LANES I'S TLENT SFP WSOP.S-" appli"ui
with f*oAllty W Mille of othe::patterns.
IONROE St 'EDDIUGTONt
AgK Ns flr lh'.'bA.oo Mill,
Nn. Gi Ch,d,,nelt stlre t.
DOWDALL. H.RIRIS & Co.,
WASHINGTON FOUNDiT,.
EnSlnIS and Machin0 Shop, pS
EORNER OF I SECOND AND MOfiHIIA STREETS'5T, 9S
LOUIS, MO., R
IMasfasetorels et t
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
SAW AND GRIST MILL MACIIINEY.
Circular saw Mille, Quarts Mills, Tobaso Screws, and
I',rese, iLard Kettle., Serewsand Cylinders, Wool Cadling
Machines,, Muly Saw Mill.. etc., etc., e5onsatly on lEand.
Agents for tbhe sale of JAMS SMIT & CO.'S 511sporlor
MzehL ue C arde.
Wo are prepared to roeso!s o,i',;r fir any of thS abovTmenS
tboned Jlachinury, etc. and wi~l turnibh nay tcformntion
desired, LASIT, QL'INLIN & CO.,
ca n "T. )oupitenltetroet,
D l. N i a ND1, it,,.:; "'.ONDER,
0r1.O1NS, :srv LItVLE1?, N.rbl1, .Any 'nt JUnLIA SaTIWTS
tfew Orleans.
OSlee--17I.s Fart:.'., Os.,'t'et.
e PIo rlonri'ca l E'oOin',t itti':o 1'Opid to Stse'o-hlp 'cal
" I itCU Ti MU[t , DlI, R d& . i..,
STEAM BOILER MINUEFACTUIIRERS.
Low Po.orso Loeomstives, Fined and Cyhildor Boilers, Lasli
'ies, Filter and Juics Boxes, made rt the
Shortest Notic.,
We r',oplct!f'solE l"lt elt corats tsfr Bolters nd alls nscesa-ys
as,"i , soe,:,s : i..'nh'ir' Fronts,i Irate Bars, Steam sId Sce l
PI."". , {'tiieoe ntc., (:hiln;leys and Breeehen, all of which rtl l
bh !lnlishisdit t[he owest fsindry prices.
All wolk exeurted at oer ,ntablishment will be narsntesdl
equsi:, il po'ilt of workmship and material, to any in the city
or elewherer.
1l ooo0terr. Merchuts and Stoamshbip Aglntl are rcspetolvl'
invited to cell and examine the w ork andl p00ea at 1si B'' o 'I'
Street, Letw"e nNotre Dame and Juiistraets.
IpHAKOPEARE EROS' FOUNDry C,
120 GIlro ,strset, New Orleal s
(JOHN OEDDEB-JB. A. S.AKSPkRE-S. SWOOP.)
so V~eddes SShsisss.' & Co.,
Irn and BIra:onl si'o)n and:I :dotn.M i'hlnt, maanotse every
Il eri e 1t ( EsfoR Eolnsio, te- Pr Mieil' Dralong Nachlpoe,
[:ill n:l S1ni GSrio Gray inr. , slore Fraotn, Ool1na51,
Slah Wsigas, etc, Ato.o,0nith Work s-l klId
}}liE.Y~tL'R tlid-bAWE i 'V.fl, St,
MANDRAKE PILLS.
- A
The Sea-Weed Tonle is a Stimulant,
AND NONE OTHER IS REQUIRED WHEN IT IS USED
IT IJ" PURE AND PLEASANT.
NO BAD EFFECTS LIKE WHEN USING BOURBON
WHISKY,
[,Rita' mSOmRS a'O. RPno roros TRR LIYWZ, LoCKs
GP ILL TRR BeAARTIINNURfNX, . sLTooD ITo
W"ATER, ROPSY srrv IN. AND ORA
PATIENT DI" )UIDDUSY.
THE SEA.W ED TONIC PRODUCES
LASTING IRLTS, d
THOROUOGLY INVIGRATING THE RTOTMAcOI AND
D,GESTTIE SYSTEM AND ENABLING Ir TO
ELIMINATE AISD MAKE INTO IIEALTHE
BLOO)D THE OoD WHIIIS MAY BE
USED FOE THAT PURPOSE.
IT IS SO WONDERFUL IN ITS EFFECTS
-THAT-
A WIne Ole F.ll will DIgest a HIlarty MalI,
AND A LITTLE OF IT TAKEN BEFORE BREAKFAST
WILL GTM A
TONE TO THE STOMACH
the
WHICH FEW MEDICINES POSSESS THE POWEF
OF DOING.
The MANDRAKE PILLS may 1 e taken with erlare safety W
by ll aee aod aonditlons. prod in1 ll the good rmelte that e
can be I tainded- from Calomel rr any other itercuriasl Meho -
ninel, and tbthout anT of ther hurofnl or iejuriana results o
:yrv, looseed nd dissolved by my YSE-WEED TONIC.
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, o o celebrated as having h1d, So,
ho inr. tawouety-vo years, in te treatment of pthb
CHRONIC DISEASES, lei
the most lucrative Medical Practice in the South has at larst I
cosented to allow rervernl of his mst esteemed remedies to be toc
mre1arcind ar sld a1e proprls ar e edinee.. This rseolut!onn Il
nave t perieneed tf e bencac of his remarkabe ! proferon e ne
y trdi pewie snpo 0bary ci d rasnce1 orbsife en rss h 11
-kil, and by the impoissibiio y of giving e.peitld attention1 1o
elch of the writ te 1ppliatiuns made to him for prescriptl t
bnd4 ihe dibele pocuniar 5.4air1s1 iIST, n or1b11h11 n habits
preclude the Kp.sid ity of applying in aerson to h;tm
The ]Pnblle
May rest e a1 red thatthhe manufacturers spare neither po-on Is
[or expense in the preparation of these remedies. Tory are )to
made of the very best medicines knewn. in a highly concen
[rated ftrm, upon strictly scientitc principles.
-!)r. Samuel Gllbert's General Alteratlve
Acts directly upon the 0Glnds and oMucous Membranes--1e1ban.
iating them to additional activity In their natural Inactions o!
eliminating from the Circulating FluIids the u1al Effete1 l
(and in disease, Isorbid} Matters, and expelllng them1through
tie Skin, Kidneys, Liver, and Alimoenltary Canal from the
S .System. It Is, therefore, adapted for the relief of Chronic
7 Diseases affecting those orgues, and of the mucous membrane,
lining them, such 1 s
ERUPTIONS, TETTER, ULCERS, SCROFULA,
JAUNDICE, GOITRE,
CHRONIC INFI.AIATION OF
C I BTLADDER AND UTERUS, ETC.
. It is prticularly useful in
SUPPRESSED MENSURATION,
in HEREDITARY TAINTS, SYPHILIS
e, And maladies arising from long continued use of Calom
Blue Mase, Corrosive Sublimate, Fower's Solntion, Donovan
Solution, and other preparations of Mercury and Arsenic,
IDr. Samuel n bert'b Tetter Ointment
Is a most excellent preparation for thecure of ihat clessc
melluies usually terllo
DISEASES OF THE SKIN,
and which are popularly know as
IN CHRONIC ERUPTIONS, TETTER, PIMPLES,
BLISTERS, SIABS, SCALD-HEAD, MILK-CRUST,
A- RINGWORM, ETC., ETC.
IL, e It will also kill TCII lnd other local v11rmn which pray s pon
Sthe Sin. It sof11 n and det1aches the e1.rementitlous r11 1.5,
deposited upon tho skin; heals tihe Creos, Blisters and im.
DE ples, and reude:rs the cutaneous hurfacaft ooth and pliable. It
has been used by Dr. GILBERT, witL most satisfactory rasult,
ar many years. It is offered for sale, in this style, f:nm the
firu convicti.;u that it most noees.z:.¥ meet with %bl hearty,
i i1appr:btin 0ftohoUe who m.hke use of it.
Full dire01 th0i fr the method of usbng these remedies, a
Iai1n n 'd :.ll,4:r 4e description o1 a (umbeIr of th ditfferas
1arities 7 f Skin Di0seases and r-y Tb aluable 1uggestions i4
regard tc their care, will be tfou printed on ciraular accom
panymlg ach Ipckage. Thsa aug Aestions are the frut o
mn,.t xiapic cpryeieuce ac uilre bhy Dr. Salmuel Gilbert dhing
his ext:au,-dinars pro f<esimal .treor il the treatment of raij
class ef die011bin1 the citiesc1 f Memphis, New Orlan and11
' 1 2~ or1k; and will, it is exseted, enable moet unprole-sina
t Ithat a;cl u. asanl) fall , to t[lu[ot of ordinary physiciai.
pe..x , t..tter vne. it uhgelc ue sta
0. I.arooKan's Sarsaipnrsn a Co. pou, Co d
For tb.e Spialy and Permansat Cure of
ICs.r Complaint, HcrrSola, or Kinga' Evil, Dyspepsal, Dropsy
Neuralaia, Epilopsy, Erysipelas, St. Anthony's Fle,
Pimples, l' ;tioldes, Blotches, BElls,Tumore, S8lt
RBheuu Ulcers ani Sores, Rhoumathlmo
P" in tile Stomach, Side and
SBoweols, Geeral Deblity,
SUterin Ulcear.iao,
Syphilis
--Amel-
MERCURIL DISEASE,
And . ll Complnluts nrtAlia trom or rednlting In
IMPURE BLOOD.
It is d.able the strength of osy other Sarsaparilla Compoond
n toomarkot, and is Indorsedby the Medical Faculty i the
BESTAND CHEAPESTLOOD PURIFIER E 2AM ..
Read the following comelndatlon from Dr. Abbett, of Bos a
tm,, widely kown an one of the most successful roOstionersoL
Slu the country:o
BosnoS, Des. 6, 18.
DR. E. R. KNIGE TS, MELROSE, MASSACLIUSETTS-
Dear Sir-I have tsad Dr. Laorookah's Sarsaparilla Com. a
psnod in my practcIsDoraeveral years, and after a arefs l ob-s t
oorvatien of t:o eifctl, I do st hohIiost to any that it is, in
oy opiloan, tlb SURES. SAFEST ansd OHEAPEST
REMEDY for SCROFULOUS and SYPILITIOC DISEASES
thot has ever bhle made arolluble to tho medical profession.
Ioratesro yours, S. Y. ABBOTT, . D.
d rlee, 81 0o per rattle.
g --Prepared by
DR. L. R. KN1GHTS, CHEMIST, MELROSE, MASS
..DR. LAEOOKAOI'S
uIndal Vegetable Pulatontle Sy up,
,;lro (orl"gh, Coldso Whooping Couoh, CrOup, Asthma, C.
tIro, Brolnchlitio, I'aln in tis e Side, Rik:ht Sweats,
lHorreness, to whid Fullitl~ apekers ad Singer.8
ara Liab~le, (,'o ltllllm, tio In n its ,arly sttage
and all Diseseon of the Throat
alnd Lungs.
-.1 Indrsord.by the blhglebt meoiodal sothorlty, clorgymeuo
avet'y deaml Aatintl 110t-1ho. .Miteors, professors n our va::ms o
ol! e,t,. anr by ,,ll. ofour mosit eminent public coon.
Clo l liu ing lt, Opmlll o o it os u ,da t oed to 0very age, and m ay
be 1eld w 'it h.st lo.lr ni t he donl o or . l re o oil l which follow t00h
'ai e oo nomy oo'tho Cough Preparatioun of whlch oplum and
Iav ttur, lOs. OU W. Oooch, Melmber of Congress from
Ma.,auchusetts :
o.l PR. E, R. KNIIITS-Dear Sir-I have netl Dr. Laroo
sted ah'l S>rlooti my aUmily for six years, and baoe found it an
stly cellent renmedyfor Corghsl, Colds, Sore Throat ad all Con.
b um .ptiveCoompolaSi, etc. . S.have recommoededit to sever. .
j :rlends. whnhave received groat benSeit from Itos
SIVE IT A TRIAL.
eatts price 50 cents and 81 per Bottle.
R01.. .E.B. E6.IOITS, Proprletor, Melrose, Masochusetts
ino DEMAS, BARNES & CO., Nw York.
an, BSARNeS, WARD k CO.. NotO Delsfl
ieIJDICAL.
ka. MAULgIE.S8' PILLS AiD SALVE-
A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICINE.
-r Masgiel's Pills and Salve
The n rdeeflm w c Edl a nl thlen tthe peele
that bu tlitle tndonemeen of [email protected] ta sflpdt eed ai
made. ThelPie ef tr. lqagfel talS s lantm. lhey
do note gripe. aed they do tn 'faeeetlh.elan t. t
purging. Theytasunitvft er yaS
A Y DOUS MffTlpp
Mdaeomtepondlelyestoreath thegdpgl n.ytu.a a
iver, .car thb Heas and aedy the lym To es rbso
e not families with th k es of
Ac al eti-hbllous remedy, the ioevc.lagtgfromnswi
iete will be, it i hopeci, etmeest s a a to fat
the qu.cig o them he:
" aWht the Patients. Sa a tr. raf e P
PIlls n d e8eO
"ThebertPle forheeaddbce Iesl erl.t
"My livec wmrks like ca eeglee, thn tlMyanpmI
"I aepleed tosa ytoyoae , DEr. XMtlltht lawtld..
be Wthoato a box of your Pills fo cering tosg~l
sea, for the world.'"
You ill tnd itclonle one d.ler; Teat I ma
25 ccnte, hut I cen siderthma -eattine teen a.. ,
'Dear Dcctor--cccc-Mycge bd as aon e « . er .t ae
tcehe kof cat Ton.e lrPl[ oteok ttwle.y.
"Itook half a pill and crashed It t powder, sand t
jeilly to y littlue aeLfor ehole nrm4! Thedew Aettlit
;na well in three hoars afPer.w ,+
"I leppose it is hcrdly worth erede i en eo mey hesu
footi haeot wall from thre se of eyacrct Ieelced ,ai3
ceni for another box to eaep in ti h arai eP'
" Send me anotherbox of Salve."
,lnh oeid rnd 75 eptd for tna wnc sesry f Mg.l'erM
::d one of Sal-".,
"The mcett eelyet teerehing ..seeideler s mewanowe*
iAGtIEL'S FILLS AID ALTVE
Are a lmost :n veral in their efaeet tId a Ucaaem belas
vlncysc gureracteed.
FOR BILIOUS DIMhaRdS
E cthic Cn be more productive of ean that thue Ptl
Their almoet mansi influence Is felt At-oa; t the ease
co.comitalca of the moat diatrscngt-deial renmeneed.
hoeae remedies are made from the purset
VEGETABLE COMPOUNIDI.
They wcll not harm the mot t delcate fe , ea. d ma bh
givee with good effect In prescrbee d Ga te tbcyd..nt
FOR CIUTAEOUS DMIORDER8
Aed all ceuptieon ofe the kin, the SALVE t mate ttaln htcb
II doei not hell eternaelly elone, bntptettcne with the Ra
ceeehing eflects to the very eott of the av.
DR. MAEGIZL',-PfILS·
Asthma, Becdeseh
Newel Comliints, ledliatt.n,
Cough,, Iheeg
Colds, Itioa
hesnt Diaeuses, ImtnweLd ktt
,ostiveneas, Liveonsa tlt.M
Dysuepsia, Lownem o p.au
Diarrhea, Rtngoeao
Dropey, Rhtaattsm
Dikllity, Betlkes..
Fever and eA , ae,
Skin Dleeaste.
1 ~ neh Box a oMMntan 18 PRLL.
ONE PILL IS A DOSE.
I N cIlcE--0Ione ga.eota with the engraved trad0
cark around each p.t or box, sittd by DOCTOR J.
MAGOIEL, Noew York, mcounterleiltwbec h tlc y.
S old by all respeablelehDeater Lnmdtclatethmghoat
the United States and Caunda, at 25 eatbeph boxorepet
DARNES, WARD & CO., Agents
NewlOleans.
G.L ALLIGHANb PILLM
-roa
CHILLS AND FEVER.
A Certain Care 1
Oellghuu's b lcie.areecompoed amply of Vegeth,5S-edi
cca. ihav n re Pkfeit, Ye ce, hey wp the S ttelt
Lver nd }BluOvls;.cootxiul no . len, ilomuel, Bi tlre
ryny other MInrola subtnc'e. The grecat ndint5 the. h.
ilo:e a c'cim iccDrhe IPye Is, that cithoui the otid
m ioe, fl$u a.d cr othsr m±nerals, they llU eure the mot oh
stilrne Pl B r of.
CHiILLS WlTD FEVER,
PERIODICAL BETADAOHE .
NEURaLGIA.
and a.l n.."oeos a like earster. Follow the drietlottt
aud yoe will end they wmil do all that is climed f them. Try
u d Inos, and tiheir own merits will recommend thtm er after
dtrd, and
.Jiio haEeeceed Iielllghiebcb'lsli, and hate never mhee them
Dt rhai , Wlie hen tihe dierctlus were leli ort, end emhe.l
t ichrgl reieccmcede them to {eublic bar:
li~n. cTIlo . H. WrAI the x-ttovcrnet otlahb
II,n. 't1 S. J. JI u E. JuAel S upremeCono Alabama,
IOen., rOB1T. DOUcUr et ..Judget Nite Lth GetCoer et
'1l. dUO. W. A. 8 .NFORD. Atthe d l Led, iAlbatmn.
DANiEi SAYIee, Iroed eocrtrcy UBtr Ldpg oft ME .
eon . AblbEma.
W . . \VWALLERD Sheriff Montgomery conttyt tlebamb
Co!. B. ELITL.BLR ... ..L
Poe. W. RAWFUDAI BIL . ..
eLt d. Ci. IDDLE, iew OUrleans, IlateI Raild Cou tretort
AiEbemae, GJecria, t'e.
.b·tuOr l. A. BAND, e, Commistlon Merchft, New Orteate
O(DI. MASON, Etq., Maeyor Wetumpkat, Aeima
Wholesale Agentts
THOS. W. MARUDEN 457 BroadwetyNTe orek.
iARRAL, RISLLEY a iOMPKINS, C.ambLtets tret,...
LDWARD WILDER a eO.t Loel.Etl g-.
DARlNES. WARD A 0o., bew 0om, aN t
E. J. HART a CO0.,
Sold by all Doruggi.its.
ILeaut Price--81 So per BoX.
BLOUNDI HBALE,
Bolf Propriete»,
Monetomery. Ate
DU. J. WHlITE'S INTITTE
1 OARONDEL0ET BTREElT,
In rear of the OlttR.A
T The lrOlm of human belegti happlneee, nth.bpplt e
implies health oe body tad mind.
Dr. Wbhit't experience and eucees for thlty-iue y tlin
esan ezmire preactlie In targ citielm, ht brotngt to him fhr
etreatment i ttte amount of every feeei o dltoe, bkth ale
andchr .l.
HBl remedies restere tht ttomach, thver and bled, tnd Itl
- e5octatlone and excretinol the . eesystem In Icehlthy to
o"Iethyctlondition. Iiscoadoftel leig tnhtpart ofthe Ayt
' t.m or te constitlution, they renovate and Iplidr the Blelmict
In and wastes of the entire organim; wlh trlt a aennd mind In.
IT aeeondbody.
:S TheletltnteeleesteblhhedfuortheccnoeedDs debauee
discuee., vih: Rbhei.aatie, oiede, (ileh, Beontenit, Lagq
chiles, Asthma, CoDesi ption, and all diaeaset of theThtem
Leege, Helart, Liver, Spine, BStomaek, Bowelsl CDethteiee,
Dyspepsi, Scerfala, King's EBl, WhiteSweeitlS; i Bl 8otee
Ulce,', Abee.ee., Cancerse, Fies. Fltlay, $typhit eed Gnec
r t.e in all theL t etges. Meeerlel and Lhereditar ta.qe, el cde
cal Impurities or the Blood, Jecdlice, Dtesese of the yes
Brn, Ooiltr,, (Big Neck) Diseesst ef the KideeP, Oravel,
Dibhelis, Dropsilel Diseasee, all Female Ailments,WaaDtse,
tace; Depresieon of Diirlts, Hippocondrla, Dytterles, Fits or
Spome. We repeat, tle woI ereptonu ofthe kein, ti°chr. ef
elc'rs, of whatever nature, to the ncipiont Cane, which Ce
c:iecoeiy atlict humanity, are spoedlly and perma, nt.tl
c en or two hourb epeol at the In(tltote with Dr. White Sm
u caly -,re weeke of Itver or othere efferlgo-ofte life.l
Nl, tlat eommnWeeleticd s open gecu,.heecolves ctempa
eoelly lnd by letter as formally trom all petof the eoneten.
C(,eulteati, froee-staps not "forgotten."
pE t ,. BEARI .N L ,IE'M
i ARAUSSAPARIILLA BITTER&2
d Thbettontl,,u of the Pibli. Cty ned Ceoutry Treeds It m
eoectIely ee,lled to the lteloductlo, oc the
*um rsnp artllt hitters,
'pea mast pleasant and valuable Btttcrs that has e.er beenll
cc tr,d uced in thin eouutry. The trcde In geoe rul csn be eee ppk -
,y ithe fEollewng Oroceer, in Dt.geIt.:
e- FtJo, MaIrks A Co., 43, 45 and 47 New Levee treW,
S Orilni Porch, 7 andS 39 Techoapitouae street
E. J. Hart Co., 73, 7 and 77 'rpehoapitole trett.
L. Rase, cer. Gravilier and Thoupleoulc e treeteL
F. Avet & Cembon, 59 id 6 Old Leveeteeet.
John T. blioore, cr. Pocdrcs and New Letee t-tc et.
Wm. 0. Mitchell., co. Camp and Poydr reaitae .
o.Dsc Dowling, I PoydPas street.
sit. T. W. ,lraedec, Drucilet, car. Magseilneaed Oravcem ts.
Ieuie , Walls, Drgcict,. cEr. Royal aed Caetemhoeec
I iN. RIOP.IBDSON., Aget,
lI Eigagttlee eet

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