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The Effects of Strong Drink.
bout fifteen yoarg ago Mr. F. O. Y. Muson, a distinguished actuary of Lon don, investigated the rato of mortality prevalent among persons addicted to tlio unmodorato uso of intoxicating drinks. He confined his attention sololy to well marked cases of intemperance, and in serted in tho circular which ho distribut ed to trustworty persons directions to enter no caso in the schodulo " unless the person alluded to was decidedly ad dicted to drinking habits during a con siderable period of life." Tho facts col lected by him wore carefully analyzed and tabulated, and tho mortality exhib ited was compared with that of the gen eral population of England and Wales. Out of the six thousand one hundred and eleven such porsons under observation, three hundred and fifty-scvon died, whereas if tho general rato of mortality hod been observed tho deaths would have been but ono hundred and ten. " Throughout tho whole rango of tho tabic," the author observes, " tho rato of mortality is frightfully high, and im equalod by tho results of any other series of observations made on any class of tho populationjof this country. ' If there bo anything," ho goes on to say, " fri tho usages of society calculated to destroy life, tho most powerful is cer tainly the inordinato uso of strong drink." The schedule sent out by Mr. Noison required also an " enumeration of the poculiar features of tho intemper ance in rospoct to the favorite beverage ;" and the following curious and signifi cant facts were observed as to the influ ence of tho different kinds of drink on tie average duration of life. Such du ration, after tho commencement of tho intemperate habits was found to be Among beer drinker S1.7 yearn Among spirit otrin Kern Among those who drink beer indiscriminately. ib.7 years both spirits and 16.1 yean and the rato of mortality Among beer drinkers, . . . Among opirit drin kers . . . , Among mixed drinker!. , , 4.597 per cent, yearly . 5.9 por cent, yearly , 6.194 per cont. yearly It is well to remark here that tho " in temperate habit" is usually acquired at a comparatively early period, say at ago 10-30, for which age the average expec tation of life in the general community is nearly doublo that given above for tho intemperate drinkers of tho least hurtful beverage. J. he ditterent ettects produo ed upon several enumerated classes of persons ho lound to bo very singular. The averago duration of life after tho commencement of intemperate habits was Among mechanic, working and laborLngmen 18 years A nonir trades, denlers and merchants........ 17 years Among professional men and gentlemen 15 years Among teinalcs 11 years In a subsequent part of his work the author investigates the relative mortality m tho sexes irom immoderate drinking. From the tablo which ho gives it ap pears., that tho mortality of tno female sex is, on an average, about one-fifth of that of the malo, varying from 23 per cent, at age 21-30 to VZ per cent, at ago 71-80. "But the most curious circum stances disclosed by the figures," ho says, "is the remarkable similarity between tho proportion of crime in the sexes to the proportion of deaths from assigned causes of intemperance. By referring to a subsequent contribution showing tho im fiuenee of age on the development of crime, it will be lound that the tendency t trimo in tho malo sex is nearly five ItTrtes as great as in the leuialo sex, or, mote strictly, in tho relation of 330 to 1,581 ; while tho ratio of deaths to tho population from assigned intemperate causes, at ago 20 and upward, is in tho exact relation of 8,011 to 30,709 a most remarkable agreement, tho difference being under 2.5 per cont. : 7,814 substi tutcd for 8,011 would give the precise re lation of tho figures showing the ten dency of crimo in the sexes. This is rather a strange coincidence, and may bo probably viewed by most careful ob servers as proving that crime legally considered, and intemperance in its or dinary acceptation, are the concomitants of each other." If tho agreement no ticed is more than a " strango coinci dence," and subsequent analyses of crim inal statistics tend to strengthen the be lief that it is, tho moral and social havoc caused by tho excessive use of strong drink is as appalling as the physical. It will be borne in mind that tho results detailed here were obtained after labor ious collection and collation of facts by an experienced and able man, whose chief object was to framo a safe basis for business for liio assurance operations in which he was interested. lie had no theory of morals to urge, no sermon to preach savo an incidental one, which tho tacts preached tor him. This would add, if anything could, to tho impressiveness 01 tuo lesson taught. Xcw England Superstitions. There is a strango vampire superstl tion associated with that scourge of New England, " quick consumption " which differs materially from the Tartar and .Semitic legends of the vampire. In the Semitic the ghost is a demon in tho shape of a beautiful woman, that lives among tombs and subsists on corpses, In Tartar and European legends, tho vampiro is the horror of the living a demoniac musquito that, issuing from the graves ot the dead, attacks its vie. tims by night, and subsists on their blood. Some analogy there is between this and the Now England superstition of quick consumption ; but, in tho JNew England version, no actual demon presupposod. By some strange abcrra tion of the ordinary laws of dissolution the heart is supposed to retain its vitali ty after death, and lives on in its coffin, drawing, by some weird, sympathetic influence, its support from tho vitality of some living relative, who wastes into the grave in consequence of having to sustain two vitalities instead ot ono and thus, wliolo families drop off one af ter another, with singular regularity of interval. 'Iho remedy is to take up tho body of tho dead, and burn tho organ supposed to exercise tho deadly vampire function ; and odd legends are afloat of instances in which the remedy has been successfully tried. A second vampire superstition, very prevalent m portions ot Aew Ji-ngland, is, that cats suck the breath ot babies and ancient grandmothers recount how mothers, having left their babies in the cradle, with the cat in tho room, have returned to find the baby dead, and tho cat purring innocently in the cradle, juaft as if it had been guilty of nothing contrary to law. In this there is noth ing original. It is simply a relic of tho cays when natural history was one tan. gle of superstition ; when bats and bee. ties were invested with strange instincts of evil doing ; when the owl was a ghoul. In regard to a certain species of insect, designated the earwig, a superstition exists, which is perhaps original, and uccording to which the insect is sup posed to have a special affinity for get ting into one s ears. AG111C ULTURAL. A nnr-T T ivnvn a ,nT,rl,nr. in the Journal of the Farm gives the fol- tUlquito rocent I've been a healthy in lowing hints on painting buildings: The dividooal. I m nearly GO, and yit I've advantage of a good coat of paint on the woodwork of buildings and wood on ini)lements is too obvious to need any special notice. Tho only thing neeeS' sh ry to speak of is which is the best method of performing tho work to give the greatest durability f Buildings aro nintod lor a uouulo purpose ; in tho first ihico for ornament, and in tho second lace to afford creator durability to tho wood. Fainting is an objoct of great importance to tho former, for without it houses and implements will not last more than half as long as when kept woll painted. 1 hn ornamental part ot paint inrr denends on tho colorimr material ing ncpenus on liio coloring material employed and the skill shown m tho .i ..- ii. . proper adaptation of mixing tho in- gredients. But tho utility of tho work depends altogether on tho oil. Tho clos- iti.r nf 4-lin .n.rno rr 4l.n niif nrntiiifT nf t.Vin ...vf..nn ..t ..i ..,..... t,i nvnl.irlo'i.ir. nn.1 moisture is tho great object to bo ob- Oil without tho admixture of naint thoroughly worked into tho wood will It, tl.o iiot T.rntn...i.Ti nmiinat. ntiiina. i . . " ..." I"""-"- - e - ... I pheric influence, but tho first cost will be much sroater than when mixed with paint. I'ainters direct too much atten tion to tho rapidity of execution, which is incompatible with filling tho wood with oil without extra ingredients lor drying, such as benzine, turpentine, japan, varnish, litharge, etc., which hpvo a tendency to decompose tno oil with winch tho paint is mixed, nnd winch is tho only principle of durablo adhesion in paint. The small amount of oil which is left in the paint is formed into a gloss which is only superficial and is soon worn oil by ram. To bo convinced that turpentine in jures tho durability ot paint, wo need only observe tho etiect it produces on oil spots on floors, clothing, etc. But for msido work not exposed to weather, a duo portion of turpentine with oil is much better lor mixing paint than oil alone, which turns the paint yellow in tho absence of air and light. All the preparation that oil needs to make good paint is boiling to free from impurities, and for outside work, barns, fences, etc., nothing but the purest oil should be used, as it is always the cheapest in the end ; for in painting, everything depends much on having the work well done. All tho articles should bo good, nnd the operation skilfully performed. In con clusion, let farmer., not in any wise neglect to paint their buildings, yard fences, etc. Moderately cold weather is the best tune to lay on paint, and great haste in tho application is inadmissible. Tho oil must have time allowed for ab sorption, so that the paint nnd oil will become glazed and indurated before the second coat is npplied. Some painters talk of giving two coats of paint in a day. It may bo done, but depend upon it, durability is far paramount to dispatch, and tho farmer who does his painting in a hurry and in hot, dry weather commits great mistake; tor the preparation dries with such rapidity by tho heat in the boards that the oil is absorbed and the pores of the wood are only closed on the surfaco by the paint. Clcur cold weather, puro linseed oil without any turpentine or other drying materials, and long intervals between lie applica tions ot tho several coats ot paint, are tho best xhin that can be adopted. Colouixg Seeps ron Bowing. Horti culturists and farmers aref'ully acquaint ed with tho importance ot securing tho equal distribution of seeds, whether sown in drills or broadcast. If tho seed be unequally distributed, tho result is too small a crop upon the parts of tho land that havo less than their share, whilo the portions that aro vercrowded with plants will also yield too little, unless tho detect 13 remedied by thinning out, which process is always more or less detrimental to ..the growth of tho plants that are lelt. In sowing seeds that, on account of their size mid color, aro uudistinguish- ablefrom the soil, there is, in tho ordinary way, no guide for the operator, who can not sec whether his work is done uni formly or not. But an inventor down boutli has lust taken a patent tor so coloring the seed as to enable tho sower to see whero it falls, thus supplying this needed guido. Ihe seeds aro prepared for sowing ov first moistening them, and then rolling them in uour or other suitablo material until they aro coated. This docs not in jure them, as tho coating absorbs the water, and speedily dries in tho sun, it tho seeds aro not immediately required lor sowing. When tho seed is deposited, tho coat ing, by tho absorption and retention of moisture, hastens and renders more cer tain the germination. The seeds being thus rendered visible, tho sower, whether scattering them by hand or planting them by a machine, may correct such faults m tho work as are m ado apparent. Ihe coating will olso act as a fertilizer, tho value of which will depend upon its character. Gather 'Vood3 Dirt. When going to work in tho fields near tho wood lot. take along a shovel and carry homo at noon and at night a load of forest loam, or elso set apart a day and devote it en- tirely to the purposo of collecting, Woods dirt is ono of tho best mulches that can be used : it is ono of tho ab- sorbonts for the stable,' and as a loam and fertilizer for soil it cannot bo ex- celled. It is good upon all kinds of soil, and as cheap as tho air. Jjeaves and loam torm an excellent material for house banking, and for cov- ering vegetables buried in tho holds or garden. Kature hus dosignod tho fallen loaves an a shield to tho tivo roots ugaiust tho frost ; a thin coating being almost impervious to that element, they are, therefore, exactly httecl tor the uso above mentioned. No better manure can bo used upon tho garden, as it will make tho soil light and air), and at tho same timo givo it tho primitive qualities ot tortility. uno Farmer. Home Cheerfulness. Many a child goes astray, nat becauso thero is a want of prayer or virtue ut homo, but simply becauso homo lacks sunshine. A child needs smiles as much as flowers need sunheams. Children look littlo bevond tho present moment. If a thing dis- pleases, they are prono to avoid it. If lome.i,r,l,o.wl,em f,.. .n, y. .. j " anu woruu miiu, auu laun-riuumg ever in the ascendant, thev will spend as many nours as posaiuio eisewuero. xjct, f.v. re Viir Ami Tiinflir.1- frimi ire ir. n happy. Let them look happy. Let ""vrj; ,' r, ""jyi'J' inoin iam io uioir cnuurcn, especially the little ojios, m such a way as to uiako them happy. Healthy Indlvldooal. The owing is the last thing writ- n oy ttio late " Artcmus Ward " On- i"""""" '"J urines wiuun uoni Inako m7 hsts resemble tho tread of a canary bird when they fly out and hit a man. Only a fow weeks ago I was ex- hibitin' in East Showbovgan. in a b'ld- in which had formlv boon ockemod bv ,I.,l.!.r i i 'ii OCK,0.'l0Ci, "y a pugylist one of tho fellers hits from the shoulder and teaches tho manlv art of self-defons. And ho cum nnd said ho wan ffniii' i i.i f rnn in prtnanntiniiAA prev'sly ockepvin' sed b'ldin with a large . 1 . , , ".. .....iKo rZa - Sr. im v ' Proml- Th " of tbls Company have In- Oh no. lie sed, ' Do you want to bo creased durlngthe Inst ten years Irom 3,500, ground to powder i" I sed, Yes. I do. 000 to nearlv 20.000.000. The number ot if there is any powder that grindest handy,' when ho struck mo a disgustin' , f. y,.:... rttllB,,3 tilnt mow in my n it ejo, wmcn caused that eonnnrn to ciohk fur rntimn tint tin "j??0? f 01080 toi TCPMra i but ho dldn h"rt mnl,y- 1 wctt for him fin- crgetical y. -lis parents lived near by, tkllU. JL WW OlIHLMY DUHU tllUL 11 1 LL'CIl III 1 II I utcs after I'd gone for him his mother. - - I seeing tho prostrate form of her son ap- notl "7 lour Ulcn' rtln out 01 doors, keor- nuly looked mm over, and sed: 'My son, you vo been afoul a thrashin' ma- 1 ,. -v i. - j.1 J ii . , vuo enu tney put lue giaiu m, ana came out witn tlie straw, and then got up the thingumajig ana let tno horses trod on you, my son! You can imagine by this what a disa- greeablo person I am when I'm angry." L -.- ...faij. LITERARY A'OTICES. Thr Celtic Weekly. s-uch is the title ot a new stmy paper Just at hand. It contain no less Until st'Ctn oriullial aerials. licHiilrM nnmlicil nr4rii'n. humorous tkotcliea, poetiyand Ahoatof excellent reading. Tliie ar nt advertlaemcut. Thefvti.t: HecA'vln illustrated and from the evidence of tlm first niiinliir we are inclined to the tielli'I that tho paper will uo eminently aucccsstul. 'iho price la bi& veil in. CniLPRgy'S IIOCR March Number f'oTilonfo. Thn Sick Kitten. Nettie's LeHnon. (illustrated) ; by Madno Carrol. Tho Star; by 8. Jennie Jones. Tho Little Nursliiur; by Clio Stanley. The While Owl; Dy Jbaura B. Uaitner. The Soldier s Bouirrol : bv M. O. i. Counsels lor tho Vouuir. The lace in the Ulass, .Liiusumoai ; oy uet-ier A. ueneuict. The stolen Ap ple; by Maty K. About Mountains: by Aunt Lizzie. Tfte most maguiScent Park in the World ; by E. ii. D. Adveuturcs of Kitty Whitefoot: bv l'carl Pevoril. Drunkard Michael's Boy ; by Annie L. Milfzey. The ucaa hodiu. nt-iiiit crabs, uiiustrateuj ; by j. n. D. Rich and l'oor: br Marv 11. Plunuiicr. Tim UnttU of Oil. Sew Year's bay in three Places. Published in ruiiadcipnia, by T. 3. Arthur at Con. i.j a year. copies lor ?.. ARTIU S'S HOMK MAOAZINK. Cnntonta for Ma rli. Music 11 Trnvatore. ruphle Maiiartold: by Mrs. Lydm 1. rainier. Use; by C. Hood J.no, Lonir Life. Waif: by Joscpiuuo Fuller. A Curious In- t-ident. other People's wlndowH; by Piiislealway 1'olls. Over nt Lust: liv Mrs. II a tin V. 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It has become a very popular tea-taoio paper, una one ot , n influence as well as interest. Few pa pers furnish to contemporaries a larger snare ot tlie coou things well Bti.itwmcli liavo welcome currency throughout the country. Its publishers yield to tho ex pressed desires of many friends of Now lork, who uo not caro tor a daily jour nal, but would like a weekly paper of tho character ot HIE jiail, by establish ing a weekly edition, published in quarto torni and double the size ot the daily. Jiy limiting advertising space, and omit ting purely local news, they will be ablo to print in it the cream ot tho corres pondence, and literary, social and art news, for which it is so justly esteemed. -Host on Advertiser. New York Wholesale Market.. BUTTER State, fine firkins $ 31 (Tt M e-tern 21 (i'J CUEESE-Stato factory ! ',' (. lti 15)1 inuouo , 13 ov Piirm dairv 14 On COTTON Ordinary io i.ow io iioofi inmituuir... ya ov EGGS-N. V.. N. J., dtPeuu a 37 Ci Limed (ti FLOUR Supcrllno 6 ill (it 1(3 ?a 40 fi 50 7 51) 7 10 7 7. 7 70 J-.vtm to fancy State 6 80 (c Ohio round hoop 6 'Ji liu Extra amber 7 Hi (ttl Soring wheat 7 j Qu F.itra Genei.ee 7 73 0l Sr. Louis double extra.... tt 10 () Cobs Mbal Western Ac Jersey.. 3 50 tin llmndywine 4 10 (al BccKwnEAT Floi r V luo lbs 3 tit (at 9 40 11 00 3 00 4 16 3 50 GRAIN Cukn Western 73 C'V 74 Boutheru 73 (ic BAIlLET Western HO 0" Canada '. Uti (iu 0lT8., U Cut IIvk , 'Jj Oii WuKAf Western No. Spriug.... 164 uv Do. No. -do. .... Ill b llo. Amber,,,,,,,,. I 7 (. Bo. White Ii i White Gem-see 1 72 fie 74 85 1 05 55',' 1 CO 1 5 1 74 1 81 1 81 14 ii rnOVISIONS Pork N"W mess... 13 50 6c IV n prime.. 13 Oil (.i) Bebp Plain H 00 (. Extra mess 10 00 Oi Beef ham. Hi on (. Bacox , Ti (m Gkbkx Uaus H),' (id I.l im BV (id li 50 10 00 li no Uti 00 7M SEED Clover UK (u) ' 10' 3 70 Timothy,,,,.,, 3 50 (j.0 Fhtxseed oil WOOL N. Y., Pa., O., aud Mich,,,, 80 oe 85 80 611 Vt. and Iowa...,.....,..,,,, 7U up Texan aud Culiioruia. ...... 40 BEEVES Best , 12 W 13 Good , d)l Commou to fair 10 uti SHEEP At LAMBS-Shcep A Lambs....-,..., G. 8WINE Live 4',' S V' lreiou.. vi Fainino has followed on tho track of I war in tho fairest land of Europe, but neither war nor famine is as destructive as neglected or maltreated disease. Jbs- sential as food to tho starving, is Dll. Walker's Vinegar Bitters to all who suffer dyspepsia, congestion er torpidity ot the liver, constipation or intermittent fevers. To treat those complaints with mineral poisons and acrid alkaloids, whilo this mild and certain remedy is within tho reach of all, is little better than moonstruck madness. It is a raro thing that physicians give any counttuiance to a mediuino tho man- ufaiturc ot which is a secret. Anout tno ouly exception we know of is JohnuiC Anodiiius LiniiMnt. This, wo believe, all endorso, and many of them uso it in their practico with great success. Persons requiring purgativos or pills should bo careful what they buy. Some pills not only causo gripiug pains, but leave tho bowels' iri a torpid, costive gtato. J'araon't Purgdtiee J'ills will ro liovs the bowels and cleauso tho blood without injury to tho system. riis.lusi.v..tu.1 as you read this notice it so let it urge yon to the nearest drugbriets' where Filly Ceuts 5ut ' " llo'V of llore- hound and Jar, will enable you to cure , our couKh lu twtuty-tour Hours. Abb yQU AQOsr ,.0ne dlo of p-, Toot.aehe VroVt will kill thu uerve lu one i mluule. I L A," XTE8IV,ID ro,li:LlA,',.Tr r , yelr Ifinds "Broicnt Bronchial Jrovhet" lu new lacalHle, hl various parts of I lie world. For relieving Coughs, (Jolds, aud Throat Diseases, J the Troches uuv btco porta rel)ulle. Few ofonr Institutions sro nccompllshlnR I mn m ,, K r . 1 1 . ,1 -! . f ' t n IT r. I w ain ns the system of bile Assurance, Nntubcrless fnmilles have been sored by Its Instttimontal. Itv from nrovertv and dependence. It furnish' cs nn Inecvtive tonnd the menus for a wise provision tiRiilnst the future, ana the clinngcs which It mnv Imvii in store. This svstem is yearly jcrowipi; In the favor of the public, nnd all classes, whether lieli or poor, are more nnd more disposed to nvall themselves ol iho advanlaxes which H brings, within their rc,,cn - " 13 demonstintuu uy tno rap ny increasing buMncss of some ot our lending llte insurnnce eumnnnics. The annual stntc mentor ilin New Vork Life Insurance Com- lany, of 810 and 848 Broudwny, New York, list Dublished. makes an exhibit, with which "? 1P!1;r-,b"idoiB ,,,n? we" bo -Br,,tll,cd' ana . . . fflpnr have pood rrnson to bo policies issued dnrintr the last year is 8,908, ?ver Wff- "nm,',11 ' dend has been drelnrcd Irom Its Uivleihle , nearly 1 500,000. Such a stiitrr .. . . w '.. .' ......... . sur- itrnient s this (peaks loudly Id Invor of tlie prudence and real wlili which the business inannneiiHUt oi this Company tins b. en conducted. The cxpeilenee, mid is well known to be one of the soundest corpor " lllio .ifiv T . 1 I 1. ... 1 . .U, ations In the country, nnd the tllicleney of mnmmeiucnt which has secured It such suc cess In the past is a stifllclent warrant for the expectation of continued prosperity In the luture. iVfw Work Tribune. TnB GltEAT IlAIB f RODBCER. lUIr 0.1s. Pouiatnms and Pomades have had their day. T1...-. . -1. i . XT,.1.-.J .1... iindtrstands tho chemistry of the hair and thu philosophy ot its growth tbinKs ot using thou. Instead ol clogging the pores of the flP1w"h onguents and thus obslmet- . ,. i.lg0n.i,io nersnirntion which is es sential to the health of the fibers, we now tone the surface of the head with an InvUoraiiug application which penetrates to the roots of the hair ana stimulates them in the samu wny tuat tua lertliizing agents sprcuu over the meadows stimulate the grass roots and cause the blades to spring up in myriads, coming the earth with verdure. The iiivigornut best adapted to this purpose is Lion's Katuaiuon. it may well be called the fertilizer of the head. To the barren scalp it communicates vegeta tive power. If the hair is dioppiug out or be coming dry and withered, it urrests tho pro cess oi dilapidation or blight. 1 he hair thick ens and becomes glosey aud llexiblc under its genial operation, and us a dreeing It is un.ip- proaehed by any preparation that has yet bum laid on the toilet ol t'Ufhion. Kesikrection of the Haul Afier forty years of experiment, and a tiiouuid (allures, i no ureal htet remains now, ns In liu, mat I'UALO.N s Chemical 1I.uk invhiok atok is the ouly in tiele. in exiteuee lli.it w ill stop with absolute ceruiinty the lulliuj; out of the bulr, product: u new growth troiu thu roots. etieUL'llien the libers, preveut the po.siliiilty ol their ileeiiy, and reservc to the latest period of life their llexiliilily, color nnd luxuriauce. Is there tiny other hair preparation helore the world that will accomplish ibu'coliifcls? Let those who have run tliroUL'U them all answer the question I We challenge the world to show another urticle that will produce thesu results, aud we euarantce th.it the Jnvinora- tor will, in every case, produce them. Should yur (liuirnist chance to be out of the article he will obtain it at your request. Symptom of Cnturrli. Discharyo falling into throat, sometimes profile, watery, acrid, thick, mucous, puru lent, uttenaivp, Jte. In others a ilrynjss, dry, watery, weak or mllamed eve, ringing in cir.o, deafnes, hawking und coughing to clear threat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers, con stant de.ire to clear nose and throat, voice altered, nasal twang, ctlensive breath, im paired or totul deprivation of sense of smell and Inste, dizziness, indigestion, enlarged .nn.:ir. ..t.lln-, A......I. .1'-., I 1 r, I .. ftF lUIISlIB, IIV-111'K WHfill, " V. " VI the tbove f yrnptom, are iikcir to bo present in utiy case at one tuna. I ae proprietor ot Dr. Sheo's Cuturrh Kemedy will pay $.100 re ward lor a case of C'utarrh which he can not cure. Sold by Druguistn at HO cents. i72. Dyspepsia, Coatlvcnesn aud Liver Com- pluliit Cured Without Mediolnc. I will forward to anv address, on receipt of FIFTY CENTS, a primed prescription that will euro any cane ut' Dvtipi'psin, C'o.iivcnesK, or Liver Complaint, however obstinate. 'i'he remedy is vciv cheap and I Icusant. 1 he aru- clus are kept in most fuim houses, and arc ea sily obtained unvwhere. AddrefS Vr. S. N. Thoinis, l'help., K. Y. The Purest and Sweetest Cop Liver Oil in the world is Hazard & Caswell's, made on tho sea-shore, from fresh, selected hvi'rs, by Caswell, Haz ard & Co., Now York. It is absolutely pure and Hieeet. Patients who havo once taken it preler it to all others. Physi cians have decided it superior to any of tho other oils in market. Last Chances la uiit ot Mcnv Ilosplml. 1.150,000 iu HOW) fft-h prizes ; ii0,(HK) Uolil Coin thu lilnliest pnze. to he tlniwn la open iiuiitiMv ut Uiiiuliii, 'jStLi .Muicli, li j, tiy swum Coinmissiouers. TbU charitable t-ntcrprlbc Is euiiclliiiiea nun endorsed Iiy tlie imvurnor and best business meu ot the otute. liekets t'.i each, or 4 lor (10. l'ultec it Gardiner, Mana gers, Oiuuua, .Nebraska. To tub 1'cnr 10. We know ot no remedy equal to Jacks .N 'tj Catai:uh Sm'FF aud IKOCIIB 1 owiiKit, fur I Htuirh, Asthma, Lost of Voice, io. Is mild, pleusum, anieeubio to use, and a suro cure. Ask your ilrnmiist for it. or mini cents to t;oorKlt, VliOS & VO., i'mladelpbia. From Maine to Caltloruiu millions of cliil- dreu are wearin.SIi.VEU TIITED SHOES. Why not, tliey ure tbe clieapi-Bl und never wear uirouli at tlictoe. t ry ILcui. Hor Bale- by all shoe Dealer Durabilitv nnd I'liabilitr nri. botli ciimlilped in tbo CABLE bt'KEVV WlliE lioou ami Shoes ; oyu trial will convince you will not rip or leak. All luur tlie 1'atent Mump. ISO. We advise all to send ao eenti for thu Journal 111 Jiirr.cuaiuuersouii;, I'a. Best and Oldest Family IIdlul, Ban- ford't Liver Invlgorator. A purely Vegetable Cathartic and Tonic for Dyspepaia, Constipation, Debility, Sick- headache, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of Liver, Slomacn aud Uowuls. Ak uur i,ui;isi iur it, ueteare ar itiiiafion. TO CONSUMPTIVE. The advertiser, having been permanently cured of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple remedy, Is anxious to make known to his fellow sulfcrers the means of eure. To all who desire It, he will tend a copy of the prescription Used, (tree of chai-e), with tho directions lor prepa-llii; and u-lnff the same, winch they will Und aBt iis Ci ke FOB Cossimptios, Asth m. Buoschitis, c. Parlies wishing the piescriniioii win pleas. aaare. EDWARn A..w-,Lj.ox. (Cl Souih Third St.. William. buich, X. Y. R IOW FORTH EE ASTANDSOUTH I Ifl Employment for one or two agents in every til town and village, except in the Western Slates, where we are now tullv represented, to canvass for what those that ace, will liuvo. They all say ilii.v cannot, keen Imiisft without It. Airi'llte make nom.y. fur ladies as wcUas uentnmeu, tuu wurkls aijri'eurjU' and l espeetatiln. Auurees JJ. li. VUATtf M tiputhcuual bt., Chicago, IU. W. & L SMffHT Geneva Nursery, Geneva, N. Y. 4 00 Acres. Send Ten Cent, (or Catalogue, Tion tl.H.-lln. SMV'RIOAN fU fiUHMKltGKU y 1'L'Ml-, which is reiiarded as one of Uio best lorco pumps in the world, and is uon-freezing. sjtiu.uoti win saved this year by these puuips. Address 0, IJAUH1B, 7U uroudway, M. X. T or AT. icnTi WAITED to sell tlie wall. 1 i knnu-n ,,ii.l r.ul.r Vertiliser. Libeuil toruis Wade with thus ha vine (rood eiiulitry connections, vi'uvka .KniiLi-r,n uu.. S Uatuuy Place, ti. Y. niii.iiisii.iv wf A I.I. WORKS. Four Tou lieales ttj. Vs Pit rituircd. ilvery Seals warranted. Address 11. II. CS(aOi At CO , UiUKiuuu- tou, A. V. riUIIS SPORT'S OWN JOKK BOOK SENT FREB. Ad- X. ores. IwiUl sunup) box tlit, r" a. Verily it Hath no Equal CONSUMPTIVES READ! . Wonluon euro tlmt dUtrpmr Cotitrh find brinff inrk tlmt JiffUUiy vifxor till Inlrly pUntAU in your hrkf If "tou would, do not delay, lor ere you are ,wnro It will bp too Into. A11fn' I.iinB RtvloaTn vcmr fionfl ! It hfM brfi trifd by thousand ciioh yon, who bnvn boon cured, many in T.neir jrr.um.rie navn lont tnrir nnmnn m jib iiiiivmii forlng humanity can rfad their TlrliTic and bfllfve. pon'texnerlnifint with now and untried fiilxtnrp., you cannot nilord It, but try at onro thin inTaluablo article. It can be found In any Drug Storn ati at mnt Rpnrral otoroo. It in warranted to bronk nr thf niot troiibln nomo CoiiRh In a fow honr, if not. of too lonir nUndlnir. It in Wf.rrm.tpd toirlrorntiro Patlffiictlnii lit nil capon ol Lnnpaii'l Throat dtinrulitnii. "It Saved Prly Life." Words of Rrllnlila Druggist. MAmxB City, Mich.. July Nth, 1S70. J. N. liAnais &Co. Oeor Sin: The Allon's Limit Babatn has arrived. I would not tike to be without It for it has saved my life. 1 took a bad cold and couirh, and Anally consuniption was seated upon me. 1 was in a very bad state. I ti led evorj thlnr that was racom mended, and spent a jtreat deal of money, and (rot no help. I bad Allen's Lung Dalsam for sale, but 1 knew nothing of its merits. I did not like to take It without knowing more about It. 1 hail not sold a bottle. When your agent called upon me, I told him I could not sell a medicine! knew nothing about. Ho urged me to try it myself. 1 did so, and to my grateful surprise tlie first hottlf stopped my cough, and before the third bot tle was taken, my limits were healed and woll, and! can now speak knowingly to my rilendsand customer! of tho good qualities of Allen's Lnng Mal'iim. I romain yours, respectfully, L. O. COTTItKLL. rcTTTt is harmless to the most delicate child. Xrlflt contains no opium in any form. CAIJTION. Call for " Allen's Lung Balsam," and shun the nsnnf any othor Balsam ; unprincipled men may deceive you With worthies preparations. . . . . i. N. II All IU 3 At CO., Tropr s, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sold by Medicine Dealers Generally. VEllltY DAVIS & SOX, Providence, It. I. Conornl Agents for New England Stales. r-ort .vriri iiy JOHN P. HENRY, New York, FRKNC'II, RICHARDS fc CO., Phlln. GEO. C. GOODWIN A. CO., Boston. II ..-!. hnn lb first to Introdnce to tllO PUld lublle tho Hubbard Siiiash,' American Turban Squash. Martin head Mammoth CabbiiL'e, Mexican Sweet Corn, Finn. ney s M ater Melon Brown's New Dwarf Marrowfat Boston Curled Lettuce, anil other New and Valuable Vegetables, with tho roturn of another seneon I am njrMn prepared to fiipply tho public with Vc-Kutublo ntul Flower tiotuU nf i).i iinnoit miitlltv. M Ann mil t,ut(i!oi'Ut) i now reanv, unu win uo Fviujrte w uti. it uuiuui) i novoitluH, but the Mtandard voftablos of the farm and trurdeii (over one hundred which aie of my own jrrow Inic.) and a carefully ntdt'cttiil Ht of Flower tSoed. On tho cover of my Ciitulot'tfc will be found copif of let ters received from fnrniern and purdenprn renidin(r in over thirty different States and Territorie who have uaeu my hPP irniii unu to vu yi'iti. x nunmn i-.. That all money rnt thnll reach me. 2d. That all seed ordered thatt reach the. purchaser. 3d. That my teed thall befteah and true to name. Catalogue." ret:. J-tMES J. M. GREGORY tVlarblehcatl. Mass. Wanted This Spring! lO.OGO FARMERS To improve tjje lands of the Iowa Railroad Land Com pany, now lor naltt lor cah or on lone timo nt present valuts wtih six pt?rcent.intrei.t ondtferrrd pavmenU, These lands conipripeluurOovernment ruilruad (f rants ou the lines of the Sioux City and Pacific and the Iowa division of the Chicago and Northwestern and IU.Cen ttal Kuilways. are uot iuort,'UKcd, not culled, aud are lOCUttJU In Hie llitlilk' Region of Western Iowa, Noted for lt mlubrlons climate, lnexbnnstibl eoll lluely wutored yet iiuilcclly dmiuvd district (tree lrora lever and ague), and in the bu-l purt uf tlie bet-t agri' cultural Suite iu the Union. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE A HOME in tho beautiful and luxuriant valley of either the lloyer, the Mnplo, the. Soldier, tho Little Sioux, ut it and Si per acre. I.7UU.UHO acres are ior ui?pofai iu ,u or ou ni-rw imn-, or in compact tract of 3,eouacre or more, a deeiied by the tarpe farmer and i-tock raiser. Local afri'Uti at Uitloliii naTe price oi evory traci anu are provided with learn to enow land rree to purcnai er. Explorinir UckeU aro fold In Chleut'o (Well.-st. Pcpot) or at lliis oliice receivable for laud purcli.v-eu. uu lor a truide it piveo uecriiiuoiiii, prices, leriui-. :utiotn. aud how to reach the landK. County maps of unsold laud furni. hed tree. Address JOIIM B. CALIIOl'Ii, Land Commlstloner, Cednr llnptds, Iowa. THI1VTI1VB. Traunlntr. and Fisliincr made I L easy. Hell Biiok ; 7. pates ; 50 elufl-uviliu-. Only SO cents, postpaid. Send for Catalogues of Hook, etc. Address, C. S. Itll.t.l, Holland, A. 1, WHB02,'S CflrPOUND OF PUKE COD LIVES OIL AND LIME. Oel the Gcnnine Article. The irreat popular. Itv of ' II itbor j Comvound of Cod Livtr Oil and time nas inuuceu some llliprincltieu persons io auenipi io ?alm onasinipie article oi ineir own manuiaeiurei nur anv nersou who is sutterillir from Oouulis, Colds, or C'unsiiinption, should be careful where they pur chase. The phosptialo of lime possesses a most mar velous heulfiur power, as cointiliied with the puro cou Liver Oil by Ur. Wilbur. This medicine is reirularly ascribed by tne medical lacility. or sale uy a. ii. ilbou, Chemist, N o. liiti Court Street, Boston, HOVEY & CO.'S ILLUSTRATED SEED CATALOGUE Fop H-r. Contain l0 nairett. The most extensive and com- ntetc Seed CutaloL'ue nublished. Sent flee to all aonli- cants. Keeiltf Warrauted KrttaU aud to reacu tue Purcliaeei-. JIU.1.V o. tu.,si AorthMarketSU, llostou, Mast. 1MJH T1VE-HTY I KXTtithe underslsueu will enclose tweult-flve ShBuS of the Vlririula llollv. free of postaire. The leave are irreeu, The nuwera Krow iu erusters, and are succeeded by round berries, which tuin to a beautiful red, aud remain so during She entire winter, This tree is cousidered one of the most beautiful of everureens. and as an ornamental tree, mere is none tlmt can equal it. jt is dimcuit to transplant it, nut u eun oe raiseii froiu the seed. lm mediate attention iriven to all orders, Uealers Iu seei furnished at reduced nriues, As reirards my liabilit will refer to llmi. K. ill. llraxton. VVashinctou. 1. I Address R. 11. LVEU,, i'aiuliam V. O., llieUinoiid Co. Va. WESTERN HOMES IVltli Kilucatlimnl Facilities. The nreiiar.itorv school ofTlmvorColleL'e. 8. D. Cocn an. li. D.. Kies'u at Kidd. r. Mo., on the Han. e fit. Jo sepll li. U., has opened. Farmers, Mechanics, Trades, men. and others, secure a homestead earlv ut low nri. ces, where your children cau be well educated, aud wnore a line ueunuy ciunate ana verv r.- llle sou will enable you to tret rich. Ad.ires A. MET, Aileut Kew juugiauq uoiouy, uiquer, Mo. CIVEN AWAY. Chromon worth twice and throo tlim-s the mbperin- tiou uricu aiu uivtu awuv tor uuu luitl Lhiuc siubaciibcrii io tun MANUFACTURER and BUILDER, Published by tho Eairr'i' ad ManTrii' Pnh. Co. UT l'uik Kow, N. Y. P. O. Uox 4J79. Sena tor cample copy aiid preiutuiu list. ASTHMA. faia Is warranted to relieve the worst ensea in ten (iniuules. ror Kilo by llruu'Kists. trial 1'aok - aire sent s lib.!, oil recelnt uf u tliruo-cuiit 1 ' , aswsII ,1 l-I C. KM.t Uliilsdeiilila, ya TRUSS! THIS IIOWH PATEMI ilaatto liolt Tinss (tor rup- fMrsl is ouraoie, cueap ana sale ; a, easily woru as a carter! h: cured nstlents in from S to ii weeks. V,,r itirtienlai SuliU tut t.treular. Address (r.rri Iiyvt IS, llox )j, VOllCl ntnus. jowa. To Printers. PouiDotitntr ttule l5cenU. Mike.uo Hnloa M itohti earh l made uf ihe best of fteel, and nmili-bed at then rooMtwa paofii, uruura acunipkuieq wuu oath ana had, Kmiiff lennth, should ho addretised to NKW lunn. arccL ujn vu. m uuu -noei, n. jt. A GENTS Wanted. Air nt Pitt fee more money at j m. worn lor u man aujriuinjr uipu, rarucuiari iret 0. fcTioi Ac Co., Vin Art Publuhsrt, por U mud. Ma, '490 for flrft-claP Piano. No dlwount. No ftp enU. I Auoruaf Us o. riAiw tu( aw urooaway, n. t. Vlneuor Hitter, ar. not a rile Fancy Drink. made wf i'-Kir Ram, Whi.key, Proof Spirits and Kefun. Liqanr.4, doctored, ttpiced, ami aweelened to fileaie the tale, c.llled ,,rinic.," ' Appctiier,M "Restorers," ftc, lti.it vAt the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of (.' nliforni.l. free from all Alcoholic Stimulant, 'l'liey arc the Great lltood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a rertect Kcnnvaior anu inviRoraior oi ine Svstem, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring tlie blood to a healthy condition, enriching il, refreshing and invi?;or..tinjr both nnnd and body. They are easy Af administration, prompt in their action, certain in their results, s:ife and rcliible in all forms of disease. No Pcmon run tnke llirao Hitter, accord Intr to rfiTcclions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed bv mineral poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond tlie point of repair. l sti )sln or Iinllirestlon. Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Couchs, Tightness of the Chest, Diz liness, Smir Ki ocl.it inns of the Stomach, Had Taste in the Mouth, llilious Attacks, Palpitation of the H'l.lrl, InlUmmation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions ol the Kidnevs, and a hundred oilier painful symptoms, are the nflspringa of Dyspepsia. In these complainta it Ins no equal, and one liotlle will prove a belter guar antee of its merits ihan a lenathv advertisement. Far l-'einlllc, Cfttiilalllta, in yntui or old, married or single, nt the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon percep tible. For liiflnnimntory nml lironlo Ithen mnllflin and l-.mt, I)ysepsia or Indigestion, Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers. 1'is.ases of the Blood, Liver, Kidnevs and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blond, wh eh is e;encra!y produced by derange meet of the Ijiocstive Ore.ms. Tlipy are it Ociiitlo Pnrnntlvo n well n. A Tonic, possessing also the peculi.r. merit of acting as a powerful aent in relieving t.'ongestion or Inflam mation of tlie Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious Diseases. For Skill Ulaenaoa. Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheum, lllotch'-i, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car huncles. KiiiL' Worms. S-ald-Head. Sore liyes, l.ry- sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationsof the Skin, Humors and Ilisaases of the Skin, of whltever name or nature, are literally du2 up and carried out of the system in a short time bv the ue of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the most incredulous of the. curative effects. Cleanae tlte Vltlntrcl Illooil whenever vnu find its nupuilties bursting through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores: cleanse it w!i,mi voil find it ob structed and sluggish in the veins : cleaese it when it is foul : your feelings will leil you when. Keep the blood pure, ami the health of tlie system will follow, Ctrnlcfiil 1 Ii Aiianm! proclaim Vinkgar Bit tkrs the most wonderful invigorant tint ever Mi.tained the sinking system. fin. Tape, nml oilier worms, lurk'njr in the system ol so many thousand, are ellectually de' slroved.and removed. S.ivs a distinguished nhvsint ogist : There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the eartll wllose Hotly is exempt Irom the presence ot worms. I is tint upon tlie lie.ihliy eiemenM tf ihe bortyth.it worms exist, but iitum tli diso.He hninnrs and shiny deposits tlmt breed thssa living nunistcr tif disease. No sy-itcm of .vleJiciiv, no vermifuges, no anthclmin ilics, will free the ttystcm from wunns like tit use Bit ters. MecUitiilcal Olenscn. Persons encased in .tinis and Miner:. i such as Ptunibers, 'I'viMi-setters, ltd-licit ei'M, md .Miners, as thev ndv.nci in life, will si:-i :ct to iiir:tivsis of the linwels. 'I n vu.ird acainst lis t-Oce .1 doe ui Walkrim Vinegar HiTri:Rs once fvic; a week it n Preventive. IlilldtiH, Hini((iit, nml Intermit font evM'X, which .tp? n previ'ent in tltj v.illeys of our pre.lt rivers l-iron'-Minut the United St.ttes, especially those uf the Mississippi, Ohio, Mi-sunri, Iliitiuis, Ten nessee. Cumberland. Ark.n.sas. Rod, C'olot.ido, lirazos, Rio i .randc, Pearl, Alahaiivi, Mohi e. S ivannaii, Roan oke, Jnne and many nthert, wi;h their vast tributa ries, thrntmhoiil our entire couutrv during, the Su:imer nd Autunui, and rem.iik.ihly no .uriiir nen-ons ol nusuil heat atid divncss. arc iuviriah'.v aroiMDAuied by extensive detanaienient of tlio stnin and liver, and oilier abdominal viscera. There are always more or less obstructions f the liver, a weaknusn ami irritable state f the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being loirced up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat ment, a purgative, exerting a powerfil inlluencc uion these various orp.au, is essentially necessarv. There 11 no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. W.w.kbk's ' 1 n Rt m niTTkRs, ns uiey win Rpeertry remove the ark co jred viscicl matter witli which the bowels are loaded, it tho same time Rtinuilatuic the secreiioim of he live and generally restoring the healthy functions if the digestive organs, Sri'tif iln or Kins Kvil, White Swellines. U.tJis I',ryielas, Swelled N'jck, Goiter. Scrofulous nn.innnations, iudoicnt lutl.mimaiioiis .Mercurial Al L'Ctions, O d Soros, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves, etc., etc In thes. as in all otherconstitutKni.il Dis- eases, Wai.kkk's V I n rq k Hittumh have shown their preat curative powers in tli3 most ubitin.ite aud intract- Dr. AVnlkira California Vlie.Tr Ui Iters act on all thse cases in a similar maimer. Jv purifying the Rlood they remove the caue, and bvresofving away the eects of the inrlamination (the tubercular deposits) le a.lccted parts receive Iica-th, and a permanent cure enucted. The nronfi'tlrs of Pr. Wai.kkr's Vinegar Bittixrs are Aperient. 1 )iaphoretic and Carminative, Nutritious, I,axitive, Diuretic. Sedativ, Counter-Irri- i.mt. Sudorihc, Alterative, and Anti-l-ihous. Tho Aporlent and mild Laxative properties of Dti. Wai.kkk's Vimfgak HiTTKits are the best safe guard iu all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers. their balsamic, healing, ana soothing properties protect the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous nystcm, stom ich, aud bowels, it her from lntlamm.ition, wind, coiic, cramps, etc heir Counter-irritant influence extend throughout the svstem. Their Diuretic nroietties act ou the kid neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their Anti-lHiiniis properties stimulate tlie liver, in the secre- .: -i.:i ..... :.. j: i .1... 1. .1.. k:i:,.... ...... - and are superior to all remedial astmts, lor the cure ol Bilious Fever, Fever and Alju, etc. Fortify tlie boilv airaint dine a He bv nuri- fvinc all its thuds with Visrcvk Hittrks. No eni. demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The liver, the stomach, the bo.vels, the k'dneys, and the nerves are rendered di&ease-prouf by this great invig orant. Uirerltoim. TaUe of the Hitters on goim to bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine-giaisfull. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take outdoor exercise. I he' are composed ol pureiy veget able ingredients, and contain 110 spirit. J WAl.KKR, Prop'r. K.II. McI)0AM)(fc COM Uruggiiits aud Uen. Agts. . San r rancisco and in cw York, - SOLD BY ALL DRUC.CISTS ft DEALERS. FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL, For SPIIIXG of 1 8 1 . Incite Hit attention nf Plmitrrs and Dealer Ml Vllf 'HI p.lU IMIIiyitll MIUQK 14 Maiirlnril ii. Dwarf Fruit Trees. rRM Vine., Small Kruit.. Ornamental Tree.. ShrnbH. Ttnara. new oi. Hare r'riiiinuu ornamental Trees. Hivertgreeu. sua a.w AMautM, Prompt mention given to all enquiries. Daaripttv and Illustrated priced Catalogue, tent pro- paia on receipt oj .lampe, aejoiiotee: No. 1 Fruits. 1 Oe. No. H Ornamental Tree. 1 An. No. 3 Urceu-house, 10c, No. 4 Wholesale, Free. Ail'lress, Kttati a itn. KLiitv A!V.i;it & M .Hill. Mount Hove Surtcrut. UUCUE&1KK. N. V. The Only Genuine Mineral Fertil izerln New England. Gnfton Minera' Fertilizer & Destroyer of I sects TIIK GKAKTOX FKKTII.IZKU -IS DEATH to Canker Worms, Orub., Roe Bu(r-, Potato Bup.IIop Iuftctr.. and nil othtjr I'lant-UytruyiiiK Infects. Ii pro tfeu the plants from lutseet mischief, and largely pro- uio'en iu. irrowio 01 uu vejrt'iaiiou. Wflrrnnti-d an rriirfiiiiitr-d. DAVIS. THAYER A CO.. Prnprietorn, Littleton, N. H WtHnK. Ill '1IM.ni-V A DUIKiK. Cuiienrd. N. 11. Oi ncrul AttvuU, to whom all ordent bhuuld be iird- dreMed. tiund for Descriptive CirculaK. Jua ONE DOLLAK we will mall you a box of LGIUXG'S FRENCH NOTE FAPER itaniDod with any Initial or Pet name. Four flies and sixteen patterns in each box. It moots the dully want of any lady. 1 lioardini; Huliool Birls are adopting it " li t tlie prottiest present to a young lady. !ry ono be,x Itir 'ourselr. Addres ljOJ.tl.NO, l'iilillon. I P.O. Box 5011, Boston, Mat mm mm Bend I'or derei lp.lv eciiciiluis Vllisue lluuder, revised edition, lsf, price 10. Supplement to Village Builder, t). VlUiiKu builder and .uppleinent, bound In une iicului's Vilisue lluilder, Sl(e VOIUUiei .it, v.m.V(Iub v. ..... ...... uiufiia, l'aper, 'riaoiuit CUllU, elf,, uiiil ed on receipt ol" tw( SKIN DISEASES: Tttfir. itch, hives, ntot. Dlmnlei, etc. : hook with rwii.-. for itelf-cnre. with full uirectlou. mailed for cu. J0UN Q. SCOTT, Hi North Kiuth St., PUila., Pa TREES, A. For Ber.tr!7 of Poll?1!. Snvlns Ltibor, Clenn" llnea(i,Durlblllty A Ohcapnew, W noqunlecl. RK1T.tttK OK Untmilisa I1!ITITIIIH. under nthr nanie, lat re.emMiiig onrs in aOMjicaad colorof wn.pj,er iiitet'detltodeoelve. TIIK RiSlvn (U K mttSII l Itl l.K. for ftovcdf Irrn' uoat tivi-h-e- renta per Tonnt tvcuty-n e ntut iii-tir Wd hnxc.. "Cliea.r than any other Bulk relish for lioi. ni?. ... - riiK unttxa or i.rjinrn pkm it, nm ttharpeniiiK Chea n nnd littrahlp wi percfdr nl Iter nrt icle lor tirpoi. Till: HIsiMiat x iii.k K l.l in I.i .mill iron. Foraxlci. hearlna nnd rrn'-Mrerv. Lnt fix llmef anion Mojl alone. .' in. ana ,o in. oono., incenrn pnr io, iryn. MORSE BROS., Prop'rs., Canton, Mail, OattiT hmcovrsT.-IUIiiInu and rsttlnf (Ices .'0S withoat Oiais ss PstaToss At tlte small rest ol only Oss Cit Pu-ws. This is on Ihe sssiss, NOHnWBCO. 'n, peml 10 rents lor rirreisrs. ps pmesse.ete. f Address, Prot KIDDtK, BaillosWn, Vt MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. II liRK you hnvo n salve combining soothing nnrl XX hoalliifr propcrtios, with no danpcrotii Jngrrd icnt. A remedy nt hand for tho mnny pains nnd ochprt, wound nnd bruises to which flesh l heir. In moro cnslly npplird than mnny other remedies, never prouueniff a baa iiiect, but always ruitcving pnln, however severe. It Is prepared by MIm Sawyer uho 1ms ttnod It in her own ex ten's I vo treatment of tho sick, for nearly twenty years, with (trent Kticeess. The nrinclpal diseases for whleh this salve Is rec ommended nre. Chilblain, iheumntttm, Iiie, Scrofula Old I'lcern Salt Jthettm, Sprain Burn, Fever Sore, Felon. Pimple, hryiprl(t Sore Fifes, Uttrher' iUh, Pcafnc, Boil Unff-worm Com Jlite of Jneet Cancer Toothache Far arhc, Sore Fippleet Jiatane Swollen reatt JUh, Scahl Jeri'l Teething. Chapped Hand SraM. Cut. limine Ctwti Cracked ., and Sore on Children It never (ails to euro Ithetimntlum if properly npplied. Hub H on well with the hand three times n day. In several cases It has cured palsied limits. For Pile It lias been discovered to be n sure rem c4y. l'ersons that have been nflllcted for years havo been relieved by n few applications. For Fry tipela it works wonders, nlluyine the Inflammation nnd quieting the patient. For Chapped Jfand it Jiroduccs a cure immediately. Let those with Salt theum obtain this Halve, nnd npply it freely, nnd they wilt find It Invaluable. It U good in cases of Scrofula nnd Tumor. Cancer havo been cured "with it. The bent Halvo ever invented for Swollen Brcat and Sore Nipple. No wnv Injurious, but aitro to nfl'ord relief. Sore, or lVeah Ficllih it on the lids gently, once or twice n dny. Cures deaf new bv nutting In tho earn on a niece of cotton. For Felon this U superior to anything known. For Pnnnfe this nets like n charm. For llurna nnd Scald npply tho Bulvo nt onco nnd it gives lmmcdiatu relief. For Old Sore, apply unco a From Jn. FLIZABETU COOJIBS JJrutmcick. llruiiBwick. April 4, 18G7 . MtssSAWVF.n: I received your letter last even Ing, nnd was very glad you concluded to let me take your Halve. 1 think 1 can do well with it, and It will be quite an accommodation lo my liuitband, a he cannot get along without it. lie has tried everything else and has never found anything that healed his leg as that bulvo of yours, aud we hnvo both found it to be all, and even more, than you recommend it to be. Wu have had it In the f:.mlly live or six years, and havo used It for everything, nnd can truly ay we have never found it equul. I nse It for a weak back, nnd it nets like n charm. Mr. Coombs has had n jcoer Sr onhtsitgjtr Uiirty yar, and would be a cripple to-day, iA haa not fauna a remedy in your sre. n Keeps it healed, and tnkes out the inflammation, proud flesh and swelling, nnd does for him ull that be can nsk. I can recommend It for A eoud many things that you havo not, for I ne It for everything. I consider it Invaluable In afiunib. U you can put this testimony together, nnd it can bo of any ser vice to you, you nre welcome. TO THE AFFLICTED. If your Druggist Is out of the Salvo, and neglects to keep supplied, send seventy-five cents ns directed below, ana receive a box uy return man. rut tin In Boxes nt 50 cents each. Prepared by MIs?rt C. HAWYKK. nnd put up by L. M. BOBBIN S, Wholesale ana Ketau Drug gist, Roc&lana, Me. A Jrnu Hox sent in-e IpV man on receipt 01 neveniy-nve cents, oy x. At. nOBUlXH, Uocklund, Mo. THIS VALUABLE SALVE 13 SOLD BV ALL DEALEIvS IX MEDICIXE3. Principal Office 101 W. Fifth St., Cincinnati, 0. The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the country. $100,000 00 In Valuable Cifts! TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN L. D. SINE'S 37 SEXI-ASXUAL GIFT ENTERPRISE, To be drawn Monday, March tith, 1872. One Grand Capital Prize of $ 10,000 IN qouqo One Prize $5-000 in Silver ! . FIVE PniZRS $1,000 FIVE l'ltl.K?) S500 TEN PRIZES 10O sj Greenbacks TWO FAMILY CAnitlAdES AND MATCHED HUllstS wuu silver Mouuted lluiuess, worm l.ieu eauhi Two HORSES AND BUC0IES, with Silver-Mounted uaruess, woriu uu eueu. Two Fine-toned Rn.ewood PIANOS, worth 500 each I TenFatiiily tff.WlNO MACHINES, worth $100 each I 1500 Gold and Silver Lever Iluntlnt Watchee, worth Jrom tu to MU eacn l Ladles' Oold Leontine Chains, Gent's Gold Vest L'liulns, Solid aud liunble-riated Mlver Taoie ana Teaspoons, Photograph Albums, Jewelry, dec., ecc. Whole number Gifts, 10,000. Tickets limited to 50,000. AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS, To whom Liberal Premium will be pnld. Single Tickets $!; Six Tickets, $10; Twelve Ticket exu; sweuiy-uve ucaeii .su. Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a descrln- tiou of 111. munner of drawing, and other information iu reference to tlie Distribution, will be seul lo any one ordering llieui. All letters must be addressed to L. O. SINE, Box 86, Cincinnati, O. Offlee, 101 We.t Fifth Street. CET THE BEST. DR. GROSYENOR'S Improved Porous Plasters are recommended by the It EST PHYSICIANS aa a sure and tafe remedy for RHEUMATISM. NEURAL GIA, DISEASES of the LIVER and KIDNEYS. PAIN In the URE AST, LUNGS or SIDE, SCIATICA, WEAK 11 ALU aixl KHALI V, KAHM.SSKS. lake uoue but DR. UROSVKNOR S to iuaure the best result. Gueral Depot. Mi Hudson St., Nsw Yoik. Sold br al Drugglits. PRICE ii cent.. . v.jr-t-wns wr THE COlV'FESSIOSrS OF A NERVOUS INVALID. I'ubll-hod for the boned t of young nun arid others who SHtlerfroin Nervous Debility, etc,, supplying Till mkansi ov aaLr.ccu-i. Written by one who cured biiss self, and sunt froe ou receiving a poe-t-paid directed eis velope. Address NATHANIEL MAYFA1U. Brooklyn, W; Yi ' . To Printers, A part In. rest In one of the best country new-paper eta&ll!buieut' ii) Southern New York. Is ottered fur sale, the owner havtnat another business, whleh needs ail his attention. The other partner will retain his In terest. Material all nearly new, and equipment earn- f lete. business cood und rapidly lucreusine. For par lculars address FRAN KLIN, box IM. MiauUelowa.STT s i Envelopes of various sizes, colon, and Sonrs on tm f each, 84 sheeu Song Paper, copy of a tO-column paper All sent fur ado. i. A. UvwelU it Co., Jsrs..n,Q-Idareh