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3FUDF0RD, FRIDAY MAY 14, 1869. EW York, May 11. The an louucemwit hcrt'toforc made of th' proposed reduction in tho Atlantic abte toils from mid after June, have l;n iucorrcct in some resjM'cts. The rates to the general juiblie on .md after the 1st of Juno are to be 31 ih'I word, for every wonl, inchul- njj the address, (late and winatiire ; 1 't no message will be charged a Wi mm than ton dollars. A reduc tion of fifty jht rent, from these, lates on polif and general news ?or the press is also proposed ; but ne of the companies interested has ;.ot yet given its assent to the pio- ". .'81011. CiiCAGO, 111., May 11. The fol . wing was rertHved nt tleiu JSheri- in's headquarters to dav : Capt R Wolfe, of tlie 131 li litfim-' try, gives a report dated Fort Klliss 'I out aim, April 10, of h tight wlmli aok place on the (Jth inst., on the fh tle north fork of Sixteen Mile rvek, near tin', hi-ad water of Mtir v l.selicll river, between a detacli : i nt of soldiers and citizens nnd : hostile band of Indians, thirteen tu number. One soldier won killed iiidtflo soldiers and two citizens Aonndcd. A dispatch to ficn. Hchofield nt fort Ijuvcii worth, dated yesterday, ... ys lien. Miles telegraphs that the i;ulian prisoners at Fort Hayes ; de an attempt to overpower the guard ami ettf'ape. They mortally wounded the Sergeaut oft he guard, v ho tired ii them, killing two, in el iding liig Head, and wounding a th id. BlUOUAM lOCKO DKF1K3 THK i NITED ISTATKS LiOVKUSMKNT. 1'ne Salt Lake lleporter sketches a n cent wriiion delivered by Itnglinm ifung at Mormou (Jontereiice, in winch ho used most nrofaue and d liant language in regard to tin Govemmeut and people of the Uni ted States. He characterized the President, Vice-President, Senators :uil ICciircscntatives as ttiiinUards ;.i't adulterers, and said that ii'tlu '' .-'..inls'' should stick together " all i';) "scalawags in the conntrv ei.nld not hurt them. He said that he asked no oilds of the Govern iiwiit and that he defied the Govern ment and the people of the United '"dates. 11 is language was very aim xivc and abounded in profanity. Canada Pai.ntkd by Itskm'. Tim Montreal Star, remarking on uk' proposed visit of Mr. Thornton, tie Jtritibh iniuister to Canada, thus i-kctches the New Dominion. The pieiure is not Haltering, ami we Hndd fain believe, not truthful. 'I here is truth in it, however; Mr. Thornton will see a country .'(MM) miles from J'ngland more tory than tke strictest consei vative, nndcliiig ng to the name of a connection nlii h carries us much practical sig .iiticanco as the Jlic Jucet on a tameless grave ; a country w ith the :lnest water power in the world, 'milling like a geographical pontiff, the keys which unlock the ocean and ii. laud, which open the great gates t!. rough which pass the, manufac tures o! one, continent nnd the corn 1 another, and which commands the meat highway between Kumc and Asia. And a country which, w bile possessing these treasures,bke i cock on a dunghill, would give Ilium ull for a grain of barley. A cm mry where all the business is done on credit, where ten per e;'iit. oi its tradesmen are insolvent an nually, where for miles one rides by iepi.pal.ited homesteads, whose .-tan ing inhabitants have emigrated t thousands, and whose population : i decreasing at tie. rate of ('0,0011 a ear per million. A country ruled '!' a )vcrnueiit, a bank ami a rail : i y a ministry whose policy is ('. and whose practice is Jobbery --an. I a mass ot prominent citizens urn ling to a railway station after a a!l. int Hart,' with the feverish in icii'-i'v of so many curs after a span . Ir. Thornton w ill lind all these 'iieetiijctiil springing )rom one :ij.!'v-Hrltlsli connection. Them are Just two Democrats in tne Arkansas Legislature one in n li House. It is said that they I.hm nevei yet been able to assent 'i.' nnd diM-jde umii a policy for the Miii M ity to pursue, owing to the t.iH tiiat ill organizing a caucus the;-, m always a tic vote on prcsid i'i' o.'ilcer. This is a most, melan- i, result of reconstruct ion. The "Jew York World flatters it elf i hut the Presid, listens to tin i.'iiilni',' of that p.'MM veiy night ir-'iHtcii o'clock until midnight. Ih.i; of it cell' is enough t make 'n il. Orant thin, -sharp and care- 'ii':i. and w ish 'to walk so far into n.' country that he could not find Mie wr.y back. vi ''kino Dilemma op a Fkmai.e! Hi; k. The Ilostou Joiininl'n W.hngton correspondent relates I tlu f.'.lowing; ne of the female clerk, recent .Lsmnstsllrom the Treasury Depart lent, cnlletl theto .Veaferdiiv to as -I Mm irthe deiuiiiKl ofatitiiigieas-i-i!i- that Him hUouhl, ls reinstated1 tillld 1 KUtMHthrfltl. 'I DillMt know at once,' Haiti ahe, "for I have re cei ed uu oll'er ot marrlago, and id th uglil don't fancy thw man, If I a n't get rrlimtfttwl I mmtt accept,' traveler at tun isoulh writs of h city there i lhis t-Uy u beaut I fulls laid out i o n in most of its itoii liia.' I The American Year Dock and Na tional Register, published by O. l. Case & Co., Hartford, condenses in to 824 pages a large amount of im portant information respiting our own land and other coifnti ies. Besides very full and complete calendar tables, it includes all the iinjMirtant celestial phenomena for 18('9; tables of Latitude and Longi tude, and difference of time for 373 of the most imjiortant places on the globe; a list of the presidents, vice presidents, members of the cabinet, judges, &c, since 1781): ami of the governors of the states and territo ries from their organization. There is an account of each de partment of the General Govern ment, with its bureaus, and chief of ficers and their duties. 1 a the state department, under the head of In tercourse with foreign Nations, there is a lull listof ministers, diplo matic agents, and consular ollicers, w ith their otlicial residences, embrac ing all the places at w hich our gov ernment is represented ; and ot the foreign legations in the l lilted State's w ith the consuls of foreign countries, and their places of busi ness, including, in all, more than fourteen hundred names. The full account of the Treasury Department,Coast Survey and Light House Districts; theArmy and Na vy, the military and naval acade mies, with lists ot army and naval ollicers; the operations of the Post Ollice Department; the Patent Ot- hce and the Land IJureau; the De partments of Agriculture and Edu cation ; the lists ot colleges, colleg iate institutions, medical, law and normal schools, will be of interest to many w ho have not access to a large number of poblie documents, and who could gain the information on ly uy long and laborious investiga tion. There, is a condensed account of the proceedings ot Congress, includ ing the Impeachment Trial, ltecon structiou in the Southern States, and other important matters: the national debt at dill'crcnt peiiods: receipts and expenditures of flic overuiueiit ; sales of merchandise ; National Hanks, and Abstracts of I he Public Laws. A brief historical notice is fdvc-n of each state and territory, with a listof the executive and judicial of ficers; the number and term of ser vice of members of the legislatures ; an account ol" the finances, stale debt, ediiciitional, charitable and penal institutions; anil the popula tion, wealth and industry of each. There is also a summary of all the foreign yovernmer.ts, with the rul ers, expenditures, revenue, army ami navy, uud other important fa'jfs regarding each country. The statistics of the religions of the world give not only the general classification of different nations, but a detailed account of the num ber connected with each denomina tion in each state, and in other por tions tif the civilized world. There are miscellaneous essays upon Agriculture; Onrrency and finance; Mining; Literature, aud the Literary lnlluences of the. day; and full tables of Presidential elec tion returns with the vote in each couutv for hlectors since is: so. More than ISO pages are occupied with the ltecord of Important Uveitis in isiis, and the Obituaries include notices of 110 of the most eminent persons deceased in 18!S. The Loyal and Disloyal. Col. I'orney, in one of his iveent let ters, says, that iluring his recent tour of twenty-si v hundred miles through the South, he has found the ex -confederate soldiers the most loyal men. He Inula hundred con versations with these men olliceis and soldiers and in no instance ditl he fail to find courtesy, sound sense, cordial suhuiissjoii to results, and good feeling for their northern hictlucn. The enemies of the South are the democratic newspapers. They sow the seeds of dissension broadcast. Assaults upon Presi dent (ii.uit, upon Congress, and ia too many cases upon the northern people as a body, are the daily food they supply to their long oppressed ami misguided renders. An Ohio Congressman lately re ceived a pel it ion signed by .'Sun per sons, asking the appointment of a woman as postmaster, and three days later, rccoi' ed twenty-live eon lideiitiol letters from the signers, in tunning him that she was not lit. for Ihe place, but that they had not the courage to refuse to sign her paper i. The Saturday Review says (hat the New York City (lovernineiit is the most corrupt body in thc civiliz en W ill III. 'I'll i rt .v -1 wo liio'r.iiliii'.s of I'ri'si- 111 1 l.illl'lllll ll.lVK lll. lllllllislll'll in I MTtiiaii v niiu't' lu was uiiirdcrvtl. The American Year Book for 1869- Tl.o" Co.,,1 HainniLii.-H Ii,.ii,,.,li.l"1' ,'?,,!!n.'',. VlU ,l fH lite Iicliff," te 11 vrL'i'Ublo iiinli ('UK. All I'l'iiuiMlK mnl tlcalcTM kirn tlit "(inoil .Sauiiiritan'r) liiiiiiciliaU Itvlii I. " '1 ho nil umip fi-flin wliii It immiiiIo xonictiim'rt mim'iiU el. i 4 1 1 1 - 1 liv want uf iiidiHT nctioii of the liver uml In-art. TIh-nk iiimv m hmmUIciI, mnl the Imwflrt roKtilalctl, liy Par hoiiii' l'uiyiitivt l'ill.i in Hiinili duscM. (Join nnd riotirnre stnjiN urticlcM ; imt not inorci no than .lnliiiHim's Aiioiljnc Litiinift t. wht'it) known. It U koiiiI Im tl,il,lr,., or tuliilta, lor any iiiu-inal wniihim of tho ,.H,Bt or imwciH .Ml thu bt ht I'aiu Killer prcpi'Ti-l, umlvt wliaiMM urao.' The first intimation which Presi dent Grant received of the death of the late United States Marshal Ely of the Philadelphia (Pa.) district was an application for the vacancy. Seven caudiuates arrived at Wash ington bel'ere Ely's funeral " A Doixau Saved is a Dollar Earned, " but how tu do it, in these hard times, is the question. Al though machinery and skilled labor have wonderfully cheapened pro duction, the numl)er of middlemen (such as commission merchant, wholesaler, jobber, retailer, &c., &c.) has as wonderfully increased, and as each of this class must have a large profit, the consumer is really worse off than ever. But a stop is now being put to this state of things Parker Co., of Boston, (whose name is already a household word in thousands of families,) have solved the problem, and under the Dollar Sale Club system not only one but many dollars cm be saved. They have ample capital, and buy direct ly from first hands for cash, and have huudieds of articles, at a dol lar each, which they claim cannot he bought in country retail stores ior more man double the money, which can be eaisly verified by their circular, which thev will scad tree to any address. For their terms to agents and ather particulars, see ad vertisement in another column. nr !3" iir tv The attention of our readers is di lcctcd to the, advertismcnt of COE S COUGH BALSAM and COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, in another part of this paper. lhese truly valuable Medicines are recommended by all who use them. Head the certificates. Spooin.1 ""Notice. the subscriber otitis great in dueenients to (.'ash & J'eady Pay Layers, corresponding with the tie dine in the. market. Leing satis- lied that the. Cash & Heady Pa.v system, is the only chance for a mer chant to live and prosper; we shall hereafter abandon the Credit sys tem, and give to our customers and the public, such Extra Inducements, in the way of small profits which we think they will not fail to appre ciate. Produce received in exchanre for w hich the highest cash pi ices w ill be paid. OLD. PHICIIAHD, Agt. Bradford, May, l.'Sth, lSfiP. She $ttttrhet& Corrected weekly fnf tiro. Prlehtirtt, BRADFORD PRODUCE MARKET. ItiiAi.roinv .Mil. I I, isr.ii. . Inn -J mi . i.i Hi : v!.i J.oil 3,110 s III in i.'i ao is U.dO P.'.IMI o '-'I I li) I -1U t.'t no I J Si M i j T.:i -1I .'J Ij II l.i IS 4U vo : .'.-( I I Oil i. i-.'j H) 4 00 .'. 0(1 oi) II 0(1 Apples, per bushel , wricit, per in Ilutter, Means lleef, fore ipiarler Hind ipuiiler Cheese, Kggs Hour Orahaui Corn Meal Oraiti )ier bushel Corn. Western, Northern, Oats, :Wlbs Wheal. ti lbs live, ."Hi Ills I'l-oveiiiler Shorts. per lb Lard Maple Sugar, new Pork. Salt I!... in. I Hams and Shoulders.... Potatoes Pells " ill, Turks Island, per bush., retail r nit- P.nr.v per box Tallow Wool, Fleece Washed I'liwashed oil". Wood, green hard Dry hard, link,...'. '.. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Cray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. ! A tlriwins vliii-li m at oiico iigioi'iilili',1 liouliliv, iiinl ill'iciiiul fur iri'Kcrvin the liit.ii. 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A truth ful adviser to the married aud those contem plating uiaruirjre who entertrin doubt of their physicial condition. Scut free of postage to any address on receipt of ' cents, in stamp or postal currency, by addressing Dr. LA CKOIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane. Albany. N. V. The author may bo consulted upon anv of the diseases upon which his books treat, cither ersounlly or by mail, and medicines scut to any part of the'world. EUniNG HUT NOnLE.-Self-bolpforvoii Men, who having erred, desire a bet nung ttcr manhood, Sent in scaled letter envelopes, free ot charge. It bcuctittcd return tie postage. Address l'uiLAMHHoa, llox P Phil adelphia, Pa. Al'li; bleiaiuH Lecnry. Full direc by which any one can eusily prepurc a certain cure for Ilvsoepsia, Liver Complaints, Hchility, if., iiniil. J lo invalids on receipt of 1 0c. It lias stood the test d' over 40 veins. Address Dr. Palmkii, I-ock llox P., New York. IN THESE HARD TIMES Vou cannot aftord to pav three or four nrolits on articles of necessary use when hj- sending u V luu to I'AWvEl. & CO'S GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE Of CJUhmU, Linens, ParasoU, Allnnii.s, Uuhifiv, S.Ivit I'liitfil Warp, Jewolry, Cut cry, Vvvinh ami (U'l'iuaii Kaiu y-(ioiMU,(f'i'V v desoriplitni you van imn Iiuko'hii y tiling iu their iiinnt iiH? htock for ONE DOLLAR EACH. The twt'i'ft of our low prk'ta is this: A have a vt't-v lart vuh capital, and havo buy vvn iu nil tho pl iiicipul titit'8 of this country and in Kurt-pi', who purrhar-o for cawh, diivrt t'iw the uiauufHclui-tM'n, all the jjoodR lined hy ua, tluiM Hiivinjr the consumer thi profit unidf ity the Importer or I'ontniisMou Merchant, the Wholesale and Uctitil Ih ah'r, enoh of wlioui deinaud a larger profit than taken hy tin. We can j;ive more gumU for one dollnr ' tluin the li'-lml Mcn-haut for t wire of three timet that sum. Our oo(l an; UcfeiilM'tt on printed check, which Hill he sent iu Hub for ten ceutneuch, to pay jaiMae, printing, '0. lithe, article named on ttie the k in not wnntcd, you can cxehtmcfroui a list compris ing three hundred and lifty useful article s, unions which are Undies' ilk oarasols. Iadie' line white tuck ed nkivtM.-tiiUer pluted live hottlrd castor, and t litiye Variety of useful article, not tun of which can he houlit iaauy other way tor nearly douhle the money. lieten nce ill U j;iven. If rebuil t ih from the uiot reliable W ladeioale Meichants of Morton and New York, an to n..v uNuidiug and (he strictly houorahle chnracter of our hu-ine, 'W e Want ayeutu in everv town to whom the tilloMii eoininis.-iiiiii ili he paid : TKIiMS TO AtiKXTs. Vtv ti 4'lnb ol' Thirty tinl 1 'riirfcf llolliirw'-'Iydx. brown or bleach ed fhectiti, van I whle. All wcid pautx and ve-t pattern. .Marseilles quilt. 1- yds. ikmI bed tickinu. 7 ytls. Ked twilled thuitu l. l- yds. cotton thmucl. 1 iloi'.eit jjetits linen hand Kerchief, fiim white ernuin counterpane, fiincd. Handsome haliuoial skirt. Kh i(a.nt dmild- cluip I'M, picture photograph album. Nilver-pl iaeil enslaved tivc-bottlt custor. Kb etiant silk fan, ivory or sandiil wood frnme iKuulitiillv spaule. I. HaniUotne beaded and lined parasol. 'Ji. yds. fjiaal priue. ta.-t color. Fine dauiak table cov . 1 doxeli ttue linen or damask towels. I.atlich n al ttirhev niorfM eo traveling hav. Ihdaiue dref.s paheru. ti elegant engraved 'aphln rbif. 1 doKen tine merino or cotton Gloe,iiitf, Violin nnd bow In IhiX colnpiete, Aet Jewelry, wil h hum peu- uatitdropi. lrt(Me lahionalle!iUarr r.hnw. ( Ho, Ml meerschHUni pip' 1U cne. I iloxcn linger best iler dt'scit tn k. Ot one ar ticle from club of twenty and one from exchange lit !'ora 4'luH ol" I'm nl I'lve OollnrM XI yrU iHMi tiimliiv brown or hleai'hcd sheeting, yard wide. KaidiioiiH Idc alpaci-u tlit'cs pattern, any colon 1 et hire caitaitiH. I pair wool lilnnket. linraved nilviT plated tx bottleil rator. 'M TRnl very line all wool caimerc tor pants ami Vest Ncl uf si ivory-hainlled tea knivcrt. with silver plated foi k. Handonie sat in or silk parand. hi avilv headed and lined. IW yiU. jiood orint fast color, h.olles' or gent V larj;e real mo rtM-cti travel! i hii, freiich frame. Handsome pHplin dress patti'in. Indies' i htth chmk pat tern. Ludies' fahinable 1. I tinr lare ninreilles tjuill. J honeycomb iUtltN. Siher plated cake basket, plated on tine hite inetHl. (leuuine inecrschaum pipe. I oalr Kent' calf hoot, t tr one artieh from club of thirty nnd one from club of VH, or lour mii h from ex i hane lit. 4 inl ot IOO, hii1 I'm o!Iiiin- ( )ne of I he follifK inu armies: 1 iieh nieliini or thihet ilri'sH itattern. I pair tine damask tablecloth and napkins to mateli. I pair yeiits freiii h calf I I. Very tine nit wool cloth for ladies' cloak. CivHnU jjimnI brown rhleaehcd sheeting, vitnl wide. I cle-iut hih-eohn"el all wool t)u poplin dress pitt cern. 1 empreNM cloth dreot putt in. 7 12 yard tine cahuctf for milt. I wt Ivory bal uiiecd Imtidle It hives and fork. I Iadien' or Kent' silver Hunting-case uateh. I Martlett l hand portable sewing nnichine. Splendid fatif- ilv llilde, Mteid eugrav itis. with record am! photograph payes. v.iyards yMid hemp ear jM'lin, gtMid colotH. 1 jtair uimm! iuar-eilh-K niilt. 1 goon si x barrel revolver. I id nir li'iin iiii.i riii.c. I aincli' 'iaii-i-1 shut ijiiii I silvi r ilatt-.l i'ii)iiii 1 sl. iMittli- rriiilv inn raslnr, ' lit ylii.s Imll.i's, I .- lilil. i.ilui ami Im. In rai-. I in Hue hII-mihiI loim srawl. '1 I "J vils. iliiiilili- tsiilili I..-.. v. r ili.lli fur urcri iiat. I r rlylit iii tl. li s iVi.m -I'liani:!' list, ryKiM- a iiiiii-iM-ti-iiilril list iir('ntmL..iin., si ilTiih.r. Wi- n Ih.i Kiv.i A. l.ls iiilillili.ii.il i. Mi. liiiH.ii. ns, in r..u. rlii. li In I hi- uiii..IIitI i. 1 niiMK-v rt tiiiiii'il fur rihi.Is. Tl.ii i-lr rinii- j iiiissinii Is nut nhYri'il liv an.v nlhi-r liimsi.. We ' iiii'llii. inily tiiiii who pav Ilnir uxnils furl si-hilini.' for kimhIs al'li r llii-.v hatr i.i.taiii.-.l kiiIisi'I iIhts In thrir rlnlis. IVHf iiri' Ioh.-u.I all moHr)' lj nrni.irmi m tri Sf ' I . Ii;.ll l'4U 4'IIICI I..1IIS. S ncl jinn- iiililn-ss In lull, low i. , Ciniiit,v. mill Mali', PAHKER & CO. .. m 4k I OO Muniiiirr Sulloalon. AdKNTS WANTKIl KoK TIIK Mont Popular Book of the Dav ll.v Savii i.i. Howl is, niliili.1 OtTn NEW WJD8T. IIvit .VMI .n. s, iiiiiI'iimIv lllustrnti'il with .pli'iiiliil sura inn-. It l onliiins instrni'tivi' ami i xrlliiiu ili'sri-iiitioiisiif "llfi' in tin W r.l." illi sili-v anil irriiplitr wosuils of I In. Mor mons, lii.liii'is, ( liinsso, mm fall ili lail. ol llii' I'll, ill.' U.i.l Koinl, i ,nr A i'. Ilixl.lv i'iiiii nii'iiili ii li.v tlm I'litlri' .l- mnl tlisniiist 1'inl n.'lil turn in mir liin.l. Illa.il linluri'iiipiits to iiisiil HUi'iils, 1 1 in- audit in. 1. 1 . a. in llvi'ilava: imolln r in lo ilsis; uml vi' Inivi' Imi 11 -illi . I. nf trimrts nl iinnii l...' sali-s. Now Is tlm liarvrst timi' for liook axi'iils. 1 lirli' is until iiiK siiul tn II. Knr i lii nlat's, ti'siiiimnials, li'rins, sniiil tn HAIM KnlUl ri'lll.lNlt. IMI ( .. llartfoiil, ( iititi, W.i'VTI'.IM-A'rrntM for Ihe Aun'riciin Firrucr's Horse CmI, Till- ix-st IiiniH fur A.'iils. No nwnrr i'f In. l.i' 1 nil alli.nl to Im. is II hunt It. Aililrrsa XKItll.KIt, M.CIltDY It t o., I'l.ruai li.liU,, PATRONIZE THE BEST nruaiiAM d oo'h (I U K A T ONH l)OL!..lt BALK. W1..1II nil klii.l.nfliUV. I'ANl YmiilSTA I'l.K tlMitliM nt II... uniform iirlinuf llir sninlli'.' mill li.miliiiiir I'.NKTiiM.t.AH Mill Is i-n l.iiniii.,1 (or i.Hilvi'i- I'liitml J'lvi. Il.it llnil Kfviilviiin ( n.tor, ur nur iliolin f 11 lnri vnrlrty nfiillmr mlii'lna iiihiii ki-limia I -1st. I InuUis ili'.i'iil.lnu kihhU soul frve to uy sinirrss. rr.ii run tiir. IIKIIIIIAM CO.. l Cntigrr.s strrst, Knslnn, Miss. BEST OFFERS TO AGENTS rpoMll Palawer EaM-rw Uriadrr- X for Bus tn aud Unxn Kkivks, and all r.DCB Iikiu It Outlast the Unndstnne, and rail fttatrr with leaa aawrr. Weighs but '! FoCMua, and is cheap and con venient . t"eTcriiis ery liberal and ssies la- te and immediate. To secure an ageucy, i Iresa . ti. HTORKE, Aabara, . Y. (Soclfp & paufbij tlrfTlisra'lj Patent Pocket Corn Sheller. GREAT NOVELTY t Ouick Sales Profit over 200 ier ceut I We offer Territorial liights in the Western, Southern, aud New En tlund Stutes. Send for Circular. Ad.lren WEAVER it JONES, Manufacturers, Pitt burgh. Pa. AGENTS WANTED FOB THE Secret History Ur IHt UUNrtUtKAUY. 'llio astoiiiiuing revelations una staining disclosures, made in this work, are creating the most intense desire in the minds of the people to obtain il. The secret isilitictil in trigues, 4c, of Davis ulid other ('oufederate leaders, with the Hidden Mysteries froui -'lte-llind the Scenes iu Kichuioiid," arc thorough ly ventilated. Send for t'irciilai s and sec our terms, nud a full description of t lie work. Address NATIONAL Ft'ULlSMNO CO., I'hila delphiu, l'a. L'olt'Hmoii tvainlrtl hv it Manufactur-X iV hamplo ttj O ing Vk. to travel and ell hv suiiii new line of goods. Situations periiinnent ; wa ges good. II. II. Mlt'HAUDS l t., i hest uut St., riiiladclphiii, Ta. 4a 4w SI. GOOD M DIE W :'"' ill lit out and send for particulars, lo 1'AKMKLEK At CO., 7:tM Saiisom st., I'bila.., I'u. 4;" 4v OOLGATE& COS a ii o n . i n i' yi:i:tahi,i: sow, oiiilimktl Willi (Ivcc'riiie, i rrcoiiiuieiMlrd Tor the iim orrIMI amlin llie M ICSMKY 1.1 lu DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINT Iniportaut Orlilirnlv. Having la-en atllicted with i hronir dis use of the digestive oixan. (described by phvs iciansas enlai ut itieiit d the liver and hntU malbni of tin utoiiirteh,) for nmre than ten years, ttud sutVered what words can never de scribe, without relief Irom the most celebrated mctiical skill Ihtit could be. coiisttlled. 1 was Induce. i by the physii inn who lust attended me t.t ti v lolrr rn tn tlltl lnl; Or ll lot, lb' hal VMlSt sM tl it.s ctteet in said, in his own m rcti e, and could rceoniniend ft In the hlulies term. J hail about lost faith iu everyshni ; 1 Hit 1 followed his adice, ami procured the luedieiu'. Theelb ,t inspired me with hope. I continued it ue, and ft!l Im jnmved ; following it up, I kicw ntrotier and tttrotiaer, and snttt rcd less ami Ies troiii my trtmlile. This I'm some iiotnths until 1 wus releili'd and needed it no hOier. Miild Ner vine restored me to a complete and hound hea It Ii ; ami no lahuae is able to cvpi es f he tatitude 1 feel at beimf well once unn-e. I am thoroughly cMredtf the horihla stifTel lii);, that had noule li n .Vcrrs of my lite most wr.ttehetl. No one can com-clve my oy Who ha not experienced a Hkr n eoi er . K. W. I.IIUIKV. M. I'aul Minn. KorSalcbvall Drntstn at Cup thdlar n lhittle. ' 4.i Kw AtiKN I'S WAN l'KI FOI! THK HHWITS ANU SKCUKTS Of the National Capital. A work descriptive of W.ishbigti'n City : Inside and OtttHide Cumaked and epow-d. The Hplcicst, most thiilliu, most enteiiainio;, in ntritctive, and staitltug book of the day. ! i'.S'ml for I'iieulai s, with term, etc. Ad- ilifsn IMn.i SrTh Ti mi.isiiino t'n 4'1 Itroome .street, Jli-w Voik 'If l-w I iAWCOVERY! The Kiializer ur aeiiuin cure for treat in i; all disea'ii bv meclmnical nietiu. iuvciiied hy Ir. Hiiilfu-hl, d Cincinnati Ohio, ulid for sale in New Kuglaud only by Mr, F. Collins. No. wtOford't. M.ri,m, It ii the wonder of lis1 ajje! I'lty-icians and nil oticcrncil, pleas cull and examine, ur semi for circular. It is to your intctvrest. State aud county rights for sale, l.w 1 1 1; r. I K M .S'. in wiiiim mil A).M-;i"r.v A.l.lifss 'rii.iinas II. Iloil... I nianv v.'ars t'lil.-f 'xattiiiirr. an.l of Aiih-iiI I llnitiili I . S. 1'iil. i.t IMIii-c, foniis.ll.ir. .U. fall1, anil ,f ns. Soli.it. f of 1'atinls V oii i'si.r, CONSUMPTIVES S1IOI LI) VSK ULEN'S LUNG BALSAM 1 I MINT IMvSI'AlK biiiiusi. ull otlnr ri'in ilirs luivi' faili'il, lint tr,v tl.is, mnl you will nut III' lIlTIMVI'll. 4vt "Steritil" Is Laid" No Humbug. 1 ir's A fir Suntrm of Airirulture , '.'ot 'i-lils. J. A. Kll ID IK, Mam lii-sl.r. X. II. Tiinl vme rirn,. Si'iul for ( irnlhlr fw. Aijrntt trunl rrt in rrsrj) tir. I . I BOYS ! BOYS ! Voini'lliiiiK yuii ull want -A I'M.. I. K. vohor. Shot (Inn. or Kill.. A liltli' tlinn will m-i-nrn von uni' frti-ol Lost. A .Mitsk"!. Ssot (Inn, or Austrian Kill.', f..r a ( lull uf '1'liir'v,' ill uur (heat (hm Dollar Sih lii'Vulvi'r. Shut dun. nr Si.iIii,.,.,I Kill,., for a t lulii.f hixtv. Hoiil.li- lliiiril 8li.it (Inn. Hilln ("unr, or Klini-p's Kill.', lor K ( lull uf (Inn lliiniin.il, rinirlln Itiflii, InrCliili nf I'wu lliiii.lro.l. Si Sliimlinu Un,ol.iintf llii'iu li l.oailliiK HI Hi', lor Chili uf Tlirnr llumlii'il, or vmir viiuli-n i.l a liirui' iinnilii r nf oilo r Hrliii'S fur the nliovr-(.'lulu too iiuiiicrout to iiiimiinn. K. uil for C I ro u In rs. 4,'iw l H. C. TlIOMIWiN & CO., I3 IVtlrral St., HoMon Num. PAI'KR HANGINGS 'I1IIK uililnrslKiml lias Just, rrpnlvi'it illrco I I'rnni Ni York, an i l.'H.inl nssnrt turn til l'iiM'r llanglnxi, uf thn f.ATKST HTV1.KS VrMli IlortliTM 1 iMalcli, wlili n Im will t'AMII. it'll at a vrry low fliiiirr, fur Iln tins nlsu on liiiml li GENUINE ENGLISH LEAD, I'irra LINSEED OIL, COACH k FURNI TURE VARNISHES, IlriHitlon I'liluU, hi) Color hi clu-iip (be mcif?f-wt. -tun Mini w llir JfMimMI, A. T. CI.AUK PmrlfoH, V' April th, IMS. fcrkenk' Pulmdtiit5 Swnitf. Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pill will cur Vuuaunptiou, Un Caaiplaiat and Uysnen ia, if takeu according to direction. They r all three t be taken at the aatue time. The ua Kood btowl th paticut beKiii to erww in tie-h th im tieut uutgrowt the 4ise, mnA tion. thc oul tu " mbV of FuilmlelpUw. owe hu wirivulWU aecM iu The to luome Kymp ripen the inurM ter iu the luug. nature throw it tl bv mx wwyexoeetoration. fur wheu the pUUuni of umtwr in ri? a uliht couU will throw rt o aud tU patient hut rent aud thc lutu be uni to heal. To do this, tho Reaweod Tonic and Man drake H1U mint be freely awed to cloanne th Htomachaml liver, mi that tho l'nlmouio Syr up aud the food will wake food blood. IScbeuekV Mandniku 1'illit act uKn the Iiv 9r, reuiovinj ull obstructions, relax the ducu of the yall bladder, the bile starts freely, un-1 the liver is iumui relieved ; the stwHn will nhow what the rill can do : nollimi; lw ever bet-u except calomel (a deadly poiaon which is verv dangerous to uulcsn with gi-eat eare,) thai win uiihk-k i ne uau uiauucruna siurt the tw eretious of the UverUke Schenck' Maudrako l'illi. Liver Ctniiplaiiit in one o. die tuuit irumi nent causes of couKUinidioti. Sheuck's .Seaweed Tonic in a gentle utimu lant and altcrrutive . and the alkali in the Sea weed, which this nrepuration in made of, sisIh the Htotuacu to throw out the ir as trie juice to ilisntdve the food with the piihnoiiio Syrup, it is niude into komI blooi without fer luentutioii uurfuiuriuK iu the stomach. The KWut reaMiu why pliysicus do not euiv I'onsutuptioti is. they try to do too inuelr they yivc medicine to top the couh, to sto- 1 Mop nini sweuis. necric icvcr, ami h ''biy they deranye the w hole dix'Ntivo mts ri , inch iiijt up i ne ni'erei iuiiH nuu vtcui ually the patient sinks and dies. lr. S lieiick, in hi trcutment, does not try to stop a coiih, uiht wweuts ur fever. Kc. move thc cause, and they will all Moo of their own accord. No one can be cured of Con sumption, Liver Complaint. Dysin psU, Ca tarrh, I'uiikcr, riccmted Thioal, iiuIcsm the liver und utommdi an made healthy. Ifa nerson has consnmptinn, tf course the luiisiu some way are disused, either tuber eles, abliesscn, bronchial irritation, pleura ad liesion, or the luns are a mass of iunainnia! ion and fast decauu. In such cases what mut In done t It i Hot only the lnns thut art watill, hut if is the whole binly The ctom act( ami liver have h st their power to make Id' mm I out of food. .Now the oiilv chance is to take Ur Schem k' three medicines, wnieh w ill briiitf up a tone to tin- stomach, the pn tn nt will bein to want foo.t, it will dict eaislv and make tnd hrKMl ; then thc pal lent Ih''iu to uaiu iu Heh, iind as mm mi im the ImhIv l jiin to low, th t ltiuuK coumieuci: to henl up. and the patient cH th-ohy and well, l id is the only w ay to cure Couaiimptiuii. hen their is no lut diM Tise and only l.iver Complaint and 1 vspep.d:!. K'heiii k Si'awood Tonic and Mandrake 1'ills a so mitti cient. without the I'uluionic Syrup. Take thu Mandrake Tills freely in ull bU lions coin plaint, as ttey are M ifcctly hanuless. lr. Schclit h w ho h;is enjoyed Uliintcrupted health fou many car pat, at4 now wtilm '.M.'i pounds , wasted away to a mere skeleton in the verv hist atae of l'tilinonury Con sumption, hi iliVhiciaiis haviti proiumte eL hi case hoM les and abandoned him to hit fate He was cured by the aloreanl medi cines, and since his recovery many thousand similarly uttli' ted lutve ued lr. Shciick's preparations with the same rt inaikaMn mic cess. Full directions accompany each, innk iu it not ab-iolutcly necessary to see ir. Sehenck, unless patients wi.-di their biiiKA ,v amtiied, and for this purpose he is profession ally at his principal otticc, Philadelphia, every .Saturday, w here all letters lor advice must be addreAMed. He is also professionally at No, ;t'J Itoud Street, New Voik, every othir lues day. and at No. ii-'i Hanover Mrcet. Boston, every other Wednesday, lie j;i e advice f i t m but for a thorough examination with hi Ke spirometer the price is f.V Ollice hours ur each city from H A. M. to ;i V. M. rriceof the l' mouic Svrup and Se.iwe. Tonic each $1 j per bottle, or $ a hall dozen. Mandrake Tills Ji rt ntu a box. ti. C. tiOMlAVIN At. CO.,:iM llauover St.. IiWon, Wholesale ageuts. Kor miIu hy all l-nicni" GEO. TRICHAKl), Agt. litis ii l.iri;e, ami i'tvth stock, hii;ihle K'hmU fov (.I' ili S I'll 1 N (i Si S U M M K 11 T 11 A 1) K, CUIMI'll-IIIJ,' n i: r. s s c. imiii s, l'ihmIs fur Lailit'V ami .MiM,,.H miiH,. 'cloths FOR MEN BOYS, AND TrintM, li'l.iiint'M, Wliitc (ioovli?, Douu'stics aiul Wis Jons in ji'ont vmictj. lNiraHols, Hinnll Wun-s, picking UixkIh, GLOVES AND HOSIERY. ki:ady-mai)I2 cwnniNo, CnipfliiiKM & Oil Cloths,. HATS AMI CAPH, of iiIIUikIm, PAINTS, OILS & varnish; (IroctrifH, Poik, Lnnl, SnU,yil IVwiUr mnl Wlii't; imtiiWAiti: a pi 1 ri:uv. WAUK Trim k it. wall Pnpor, Cmrtsiiwr nttrtpi iV Mwtlchu'S, &,&c. nit of ... .... I A ..t....a for: Wllll,MHlllOlltl. WW llllivr., GAHlIOIt KHADY PAY. nrn.lfoMl, Mny I3ih, iL tt tino ot 'Minn vww