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1Y0LF CHILDREN IN INDIA.
Bjr Curried OfT and Suckled by Wolres fr'eror.ltjr ot tit I llllclren-. -Imitating the Wolvei. Whether children carried off by solves, in India, could be Buckled and kept alive in a den for n.rjy length of time is surely a question whioh students of natural history and even practical sportsmen might Bottle for us onoe for all, while tb'e documentary evidence in favor of the existence of such wolf children might exeroiso the ingenuity of Bome f our cleverest lawyers. When ihey have done their work, and not till then, the work of the comparative my cologist will begin. We therefore pro ceed to put together Borne of the best authenticated cases of wolf-children, without, however, presuming ourself to pronounce any opinion, either adverse or favorable. The following extract i3 from a letter received from, the Rev. Mr. Erhardt, superintendent of the orphanage at Secundra, in reply to his request for information regarding a boy in that in stitution, who was alleged to have been found living with wolves : " Wo hnve had two such boys here, but I fancy you refer to the one who was brought to ns on March 5, 1872. He was found by Hindus, who had gone hunting wolves in the neighbor hood of Mynpuri. He had been burnt out of the den, and was brought here with the scars and wounds still on him. In his habits he was a perfect wild ani mal in every point of view. He drank like a dog, and liked a bone and raw meat better than anything else. He would never remain with the other boys, bnt hide away in any dark co:ner. Clothes ho never would wear, but tore them up into flue shreds. He was only a few months among us, as he got fever and guve up eating. We kept him for a time by artificial means, but eventu . ally he died. "'The other boy found among wolves is about thirteen or fourteen jears of ago, and has been here almost six. He hus been learned to make sounds, speak he cannot ; but ho freely expresses his anger and joy ; work he will at times, a little, out he likes eating better. His civilization has progressed so far that he likes raw meat less, though he still will pick up bones and sharpen his teeth on them. " At the Lucknow madhouse there was an elderly fellow only four years ago, and may be alive now, who had been dug out of a wolves' den by a European doctor when, I forget, but it must be a good number of years ago. " The facility with which they got along on four feet hands and feet is surprising. Before they eat or taste food they smell it, and when they don't like the smell they throw it away." A remarkable feature in all the stories is, that the wolves are invariably al leged to have communicated much of their natural ferocity and notably un tamable disposition to their foster chil dren, and attempts to account for their somewhat unwolf-like treatment of them. Stories of the same kind, and sup ported by much more business-like witnesses, have appeared in Indian papers during the last fifty years. The most important witness is the late Col. Sleemun, a mau of unimpeachable char acter, one of those truly great men whose names are less known than their works. He was commissioner for put ting down Thuggee, and probablv knew more of the real life and character of the people of India than any Indian officer. According to Col. Sleeman, the num ber of the little victims carried off by wolves to be devoured is bo great in some parts of India that people make a living by collecting from the dens of wild animals the gold ornaments with which children in India are always decked out by their parents. It is said even that the people are unwilling to taKe part in any wholesale destruc tion of wolves for fear of losing their livelihood. From a number of cases, more or less fully attested, of wolyes taking com passion on a cmld.and bringing it up to gether with their own cubs, I select the loiiowing : "A trooper, sent by tha native Gov ernor of Chaudour to demand payment of some revenue, was passing along the bank of the river about noon, when he saw a large female wolf leave her den, followed by three whelps and a little boy. The boy went on all fours, and when the trooper tried to catch him, he ran as fast as the whelps, and kept up with the old one. They all entered the den, but were dug out by the people with pickaxes, and the boy was secured. He straggled hard to rush into every hole or den they came near. He be came alarmed when he saw a grown np person, but tried to fly at children and bite them. He rejected cooked meat with disgust, but delighted in raw flesh and bones, putting them on the ground under his paws, like a dog. They tried to make him speak, but could get nothing from him but an angry growl or snarL" So far the evidence rests on native witnesses, and might be considered as more or less doubtful. But the boy, after having spent a short time with the Rujah of Hasunpoor, was afterward forwarded to Capt. Xicholetts, the European officer commanding the First Regiment of Oude Local Infantry at Sultanpoor. Capt Xicholetts made him over to the charge of his servants, and their accounts completely confirm what was stated before. The wolf child would devour anything, but pre ferred raw meat. He onoe ate half a lamb without any effort. He never kept on any kind' of clothing, and a quilt stuffed with cotton, given him in the cold weather, was torn by him and partly swallowed. In a letter, dated the 17th and 19 th of September, 1850, Capt. Nicholetts informed Col. Sleeman that the boy had died in the latter end of August. He formed no attachment, and seemed to understand little of what was said to him. He was about nine years old when found, and lived about three years afterward. He would run on all fours, but occasionally he walked up rightly. He never spoke, but when he was hungry he pointed to his mouth. Only within a few minutes before his death the servants relate that he put his hands to his head, and said " it ached," and asked for water; he drank it, and died. Another instance happened at Chnpra. In March, 1843, a man and his wife went out to cut their crop of wheat. The woman wag leading her boy, who had lately recovered from a severe scald on the left knee. While his parents were engaged the child was carried off by a wolf. In 1819 a wolf with three cubs was seen about ten miles from Chnpra, followed by a boy. The boy after a fierce resistance was caught, and was reoognized by the poor cultivator's widow by the mark of a soald on the left knee, and three marks of the teeth of an animal on one Bide of his back. He would eat nothing but raw flesh, and could never be brought to speak, He nsed to mutter some thing, but never ar Herniated any word distinctly. The front of his knees and elbows had become hardened from go ing on all fonrs with the wolves. In November, 1850, Capt Nicholetts or dered this boy to be sent to Col. Slee man, bnt he got alarmed and ran to a jungle. An Aged Couple Seeking for a Divorce. The following brief slory is contained in a late number of the Des Moines (Iowa) Register I " Seventy-six roars neo there wns born in New York a gentleman, now a resident of Central Iowa, not far distant from the capital city. Forty-five vears ago he was married and lived happily at least, so far as is known witn his wife until about six weeks sinoe. Then they had their first quarrel. Children have been born to them and grown up under their own roof. Grandchildren have played on their knees as old age has come upon them. Just what the cause of that first quarrel was we have not learned, nor do we care to learn. It is enough for the purpose of the his torian that they quarreled, and so bit terly that they both too steps for a legal divorce. The long years of peace were all forgotten, and in wrath they proposed to sever the lives that had been ouo for nearly half a century. Now, childish as this appears, it is true, and a Des Moines mau, au old friend of all parties, was sent for to prepare formal articles for the separa tion, lie went to the residence oi tne belligerent antediluvians about ten days since, but instead of drafting ar ticles for a divorce, he played the role of peacemaker so well that the war was abandoned, and now the old folks use one pillow again. A case almost as strange now awaits commencement in a lawver's office in Des Moines. The wife is fifty-eight and the husband sixty-one. Tbey quarreled about a pan of milk. The wife started to carry it down collar, but before reaching the foot of the stairs returned for some purpose, placing the pan on one of the steps. The husband had occasion to descend the stairs before the pan was removed, tipped it over, spilled the milk, and came back sweariugly wrath ful. That milk pan outweighed the memorv of thirtv-three years of peace ful wedlock, and for the past six weeks, safely locked in an attorney's safe, has been laying the application for a di vorce. The lawyer doesn t wisn to be a party to the suit, nor does he want the divorce to be granted, and is with holding the application for the purpose of effecting a settlement ot tho dithoul ties between the irate twain. NEWS OF THE DAT. The Cheaper is. Sets of black marten, or, as known by many, Alaska Babk, says n fashion journal, range in price from 13 to $20; bonds for trimming from upward. In reference to this fur we would cau tion our readers against the purchase of black marten, except from the most re liable and responsible furriers, as the skins, unless thoroughly deodorized, are opt to breed worms in the pelt for their own destruction, beside being more than ordinarily attractive to moths. Sets of black beaver sell at from $'H upward. This is a very beautiful, glossy, and serviceable inr, and we pre dict tor it au increase of favor. Bands for trimming sell at from $4 to 8 per yard. Sets of lynx can be bought at from 818 to $20. Bands for trimming sell at from $2 to SI per yard. Muffs of black monkey fkin, of a long and coarse but glossy and beautiful coat, sell at from 10 to $12 ; boas at the same price. Mink is considerably reduced in price, and m its fine qualities is prefer able to the light grades of Hudson Bay sable. Fine dark sets now sold foi 800 were formerly worth $H0 ; the prices begin us low as $18 a set. Ermine is still liked by many for evening wear, and is bought largely at its now reduced price. The purest and whitest Bets of ermine are sold for 830. Largo gar ments of this fur are chosen for even ing wraps. Sets of the white grebe, once so fashionable, are sold foi $22. The Totato for Food. The potato is one of the most im portant and valuable of the esculent vegetables. When examined by the microscope the tissue of the potato is found to consist of a mass of cells, be tween and within which is an albumin ous liquor. Each cell also contains abont ten or twelve starch grains. Potatoes have been repeatedly sub jected to chemical examinations, and the result is as follows: Water, 75.9 ; carbon, 10.6 ; hydrogen, 1.3; oxygen, 10 7 ; nitrogen, 0.3 ; ashes, 0.9. From this we perceive that the pro portion of nitrogen contained in the potato is very small, but it is still smaller in potatoes that have been kept for some time. From these statements it follows, that if nitrogenized princi ples alone contribute to the nutrition of the body, the nutritive power of the otato must be very low. A horse may je kept alive by feeding it with pota toes, observes Liebeg.but life thus sup plied is a gradual starvation ; the am mul increases neither in size nor strength, and sinks nuder every exer tion. If we assume that all the nitrogen ized principles of the potato are ali mentary, it follows that good beef is about 10.4 times as nutritive as the potato. We may, therefore, estimate one pound of good beef as being equal, in nutritive power, to ten and a nau pounds of potatoes. The North Pole. What a weird attraction that frozen wiHerness called the Pole, lying away up norm, lar irom any man b ken, ex ercises on the mind of hnmanitv Biave men and gallant ships sail away np into the distant latitudes in search of the unknown and apparentlv un knowable. Some disappear and leave no trace. Others leave only their bones to bleach amid the frozen snows as landmarks of endeavor ; but human energy will not be checked by these silent monitors. There is something so very neroio in this exploration of in hospitable seas and wildernesses of ioe that one cannot repress a glow oi entnu siasm at the announcement or a new expedition. This time it is England sails in to confront, and, if possible, overoome the dangers and difficulties that lie in the path of navigators seek ing to reach the Pole. Two steamers will be fitted out by the British govern ment. They will be commanded by Captain Markham, oi the royal navy, and leave England in May on their dangerous expedition. A reoent calculation relative to the European languages show that English is spoken by yo.vw.wo of persons, German by 45,000,000, Spanish by oo.uuu.uuv, ana renon dj 40,uuu,uuu. Items ot Interest from Home and Abroad In Oreenport, L. I., Mrs. Jones put two young children In a cradle with a pet cut, near the fireplace, and went about her work. On returning she saw the cradle had been over turned. One of the children was burned to a crisp, and the other was dead of suffocation in the hot embers The divers, ou examining the wreck of the Empire at New Orleans, saw wedged in the freight on dock the bodies of some ten or twelve deck hands. The divers wore unable to gain admission Into the state rooms on account of obstructions by freight. It Is believed that the loss of life will reach between thirty and forty By au explosion at the gas works at Mount Sterling, Ky., two white mon and one negro were killed. The bodies were so burnt as to be hardly recogni sable. One or two other employees escaped. Two buildings oonnected with the works were destroyed Mrs. West, forty years of ago, the wife of a well-to-do miller iu Elniira, com mitted Buioide by attaching a heavy stone to her person and then jumping into a cistern full of water The official returns of the Arizona election show that 0. C. Beau was elected Dologato to Congress over Stevens, who was supposed to be elected. They both ran as Republicans. Oreat excitoment exists iu consequence of the discovery, and the elec tion is to be contested Near Guminsville, Ohio.the oflicers of the American Express Co. found in a stump, wrapped iu a cloth and covered with leaves, $16,090, making with that recovered before from the same place (37,000. Eight or nine thousand dollars remain to be found or accounted for. Of thie sum it is supposed $1,200 or $1,500 wore divided among tho thieves, and $1,500, to $2,000 burned by Mrs. Hackney, wife of one of the robbers. This loaves about $5,000 which may yet be accounted for or recovered. Tho report of the Commissioner of Internal Iievonuo of the United Stalos shone tho follow ing results : The aggregate receipts from all sources, exclusive of duty upon tho capital, circulation and dopodits of national banks and collections made by contract undor the act of May 8, 1872, for tho tiscal yoar ondod Juno 30, 1874. wore $102,644,71G.93, exceeding his esti mate by $2,011,710 98. The report shows tho total production of spirits during the liscal year from materials othor than fruit was 68, 805,374 gallons. Total production from fruit, 706,038 gallons. Aggregate productions from all sources, 69,572,002 taxable gallons. During the last fiscal year 2.830 fruit distillorioa wcro registered and 2,841 operatod ; and 709 distil leries, othor than fruit, wero registered and 005 operated. The receipts from all sources relating to fermented liquors wore $9,304,679 ; the number of brewers engaged, 2,524. Tho total rocoipts from tho manufacture and sale of tobacco, snuff, and cigars, iu all their forms, were $33,212,875.62, showing, as compared wi'h the previous fiscal year, a decrease of $1, 143,427.47. The number of cigars, cheroots, etc., on which taxes were collected during the liscal year ended June 30, 1874, was 1,8C6.G97, 108, being in excess of tho number ou which taxes were collected the previous HscrI year by 79,602,852. The following shows the receipts from all sources othor than spiritB, tobacco, and fermented liquors for 1874 : Bank de posits, savings banks capital, bank circulation, $3,387,100 ; adhesive stamps, $6,136,844 ; pen alties, $364,216 ; articles and occapations for merly taxed but now exempt, $764,880. The total receipts from stamps on bank checks, etc., perfumery, cosmetics, patent medicines, matches, etc, being the remnants of what wore known under the revenue laws origiually as documentary and proprietary stamps, were for the last fiscal year $6,136,841. JSisnop William 11. Uauio, the colonel in command at the Mountain Meadow massacre, was arrested at Parowau, Utah, for murder In that affair. Dispatches say that his arrest will implicato many officers of high standing in the Mormon ehurch ...... Joseph Griflin, bookseller to Bowdoin college, and the oldest printer in Maine, died at Bruuswick It ia rumored that King Koffeo, of Ashantee, has been deposed, aud bis nophew installed in his place Sixty members of the Commoristi have beou arrested iu Naples The object of theEnglibh Catholic bishops' visit to Borne is to ask from the Tope permission to pursue an independent course in case the British government should seek to restrict their liberty action rue presidential election in Nicaragua has engendered much ill-feeling. and serious troubles are threatened Au Arabio paper says a force of Egyptians has captured Durfour, Africa, and killed the Sul tan There was au alarming explosion in a chemical factory in St. Denis, France. The building was destroyed, and the railway station near it was badly damaged. Three persons were killed and fifteen injured. Half the windows in the town were brokon A boat belonging to II. M. S. Aurora was run down in the Clyde, and seventeen men were drowned ...Dykeman was found guilty of murder in the second degree at Herkimer, N. Y., an was sentenced to State prison for life. Ho denied his guilt to the last. The Archduke Charles Ferdinand died iu Vienna Tho Carhsts have shot thirty. seven prisoners captured at Cavelle In Throe Bridges, Hunterdon county, N. J.. M William hct ascended to the roof of the Dutch Beformed church, aud while moving along the peek he fell. The pitch of the roof being stoep he was unable to save himself, and fell to the ground, sixty-live feet, turning over iu tho air aud striking liia head. His skull was crushed and his neck broken Tho liabilities of liocho & Co., the lumber dealers in Quebec, will, it is said, amount to 300,000. Several firms of Ottawa and the Bank of Commerce are interested The board of managers of tho United Slates Na tional Home for Disabled Voluntoor Soldiers give notice that thoy are now prepared to roceive beneficiaries into either branch, noar Augusta, Me.; Milwaukee. Wis.; Central Asy lum, at Dayton, Ohio ; or Southern Branch, Hampton, Va A suicide in New York left this note behind him "To those who find my body s My name is August Verrior. Being satisfied that this life baa nothing more in teresting for me here, I have done this act. You may take my body for cromation. A. V." ..A fire in Brookville, Pa., destroyed property valued at $250,000. Every building on the main street was burned Father Jacquemet, a Roman Catholio priest, of Balti more, has renounced Catholicism and joined the Presbyterian church Judge Barnard, of New York, fined a mau $4,200 for kicking and maiming a boy. He said he regretted he oould not make it $25,000 Six mercantile failures were reported iu New York in one day. The banditti of the Southwest have added ohild stealing to their other crimes, the chil dren being detained until a large ransom is paid for their release Two miners at Lawrence, Ohio, were instantly killed by a boiler explosion at the Maple Grove mines. . . . The trot for a purse of $6,000, mile heats, best three in five, to wagon, at Ban Francisoi, was won by Fullerton in three straight beats. Time, 2:20, 2:22, and 2:21. Occident and Bam Purely were bis competitors The Arcadian club of New York, at a reception given to Dr. Hayes, announced an earnest wish that the Congress of the United States should promptly and liberally equip an ex pedition to the North Pole, and intrust its command to Dr. Hayes, u the true "master of the situation.".... Th offlolal vote for Gov ernor in Massachusetts is as follows i William Gaston, Dom., 96,876 ; Thomas Talbot, Rep., 893,44. Gaston's majority, 7,032. The death of James Bcllly and wife, their son James, five years of age, and an aged woman named Mary Whelan, in New York, it was shown at the Inquest, was caused be cause Rellly was too drunk to help them. The fire had Its origin in the wood shed, and was kindled by a four-year-old boy who wished to warm himself A bill will be Introduced In the next United States Congress asking the government to aid the Southern Taciflo rail road by guaranteeing the payment of the interest of a "forty-year five per cent, gold-intorest-bearing bond to the amount of $70, 000,000 The four leading States In the Grange movement are Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, and Illiiioie, having 1,994, 1,968, 1,929 and ,489 organizations respectively The Vir ginia State board of canvassers have given Goode, Conservative, of the Second Congres sional District, a certificate of election by 131 majoiity . . . .There is much sickness ia Mobile. The emall-pox is raging, among the negroes particularly, though some whites have been attacked. The Marine Hospital, the City Hos pital, and tho Sisters' Hospital are full of patients, and many deaths occur A terri ble Btorm occurred in Tuscumhia. Ala., de- troying one-third of the residences, killing twelve persons, and injuring many otherr. The tornado came from the Bouthwest passing northeast. In Montevallo twelve or fifteen houses were destroyed, two persons killed, and fifteen or twenty wounded. Evkbt header of this paper can re ceive, free, a copy of the best Agri cultural and Family newspaper in this country by addressing Moore's Rural New-Yorker, 78 Duancst., New York. Com. Two bunlred head of sheep were stolen off farms in the vioinity of Bu cyrus, Ohio, in a single week. Demobkst'b Young America. A Bovs' and Girls' Magazine of Entortaining Stories, Travels, Musio, Games, Puzzles, and other useful and attractive features. 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Address WIIKELKH & WILSON M'F'O CO., f25 Hrqadwav, New York. not The Prettiest Woman In New York Mlii K , well known In our f whlnnablr moiety for ber rfistinpiie appearand and branliful ci m plexion.was mice a aal!or, rmiKh-skinned Rlrl, chagrined at her red, frs'-klcl faco. I'ho pitched Into Hagan'i M.iRnol t Balm, anil la now a pretty In complexion as ino li charming In manners. This article overcomes frorklos, ta:i, sallnwneae moth-patches, rlng-narks, etc., and m&kea one look ton years your (for than they are. Magnolia Balm for a transparent complexion, and Lyon'i Kathalrnn to matte the holr plentiful, tnxnrlant, soft a:ri delicate, have no rivals. The K tthairon provent. tho hair from tnrtitng gray, eradicates ilan.lrnfT, and If the beet and cheapest dreietng thowoild. A Remarkable Adrentnre. A son of Dr. W. IT. Eldridge. of Bos- ton, suddenly disappeared aud was not Heard Irom for live weeks. The boy says that on the evening of October 19, as ne was leaving the apothecary store on Bunker Hill street, where he was em ployed, ho was approached by a man, who informed him that a firo was raging in the vicinitv of Chelsea bridge, and asked him to go down and see it. Arriving at the bridgo no fire was to oe seen, and when just on the point of re turning he was seized around the neck by the man, who choked him nutil he became unconscious, robbed him, and then threw him over tho railing into the waters of the Mystic. Tne chill which the plunge into the river gave to his system restored him so that he was able to attempt to save himself. The tide was running out, aud he, being a skillful swimmer, kept from drowning and floated down tho stream until op posite East Boston, where a friendly spar which was floating in the water came near to him, aud gaining this he tloatort out to sea. Me subsequently became unconscious, and when he ral lied again he was out of sight oi land, still clintrius: to the log. After remain ing in the water nineteen hours he was rescued by a brig bound for Greenland, and as ho did not care to visit that country he was placed on board an English steamer, the name of which he stated was the Norman, and carried to Liverpool. He improved the first opportunity to return homo in the steamer Smyrna. From the Earth. M. Gantier, in his recent work on chemistry, estimates that there are an nually extracted from the bowels of the earth, and consumed, 130,000,000 tons of coal, containing, on an average, seventy-fivo per cent, of carbon 98, 000,000 tons of carbon being, therefore, annually transformed into 356,000,000 tons of carbonic acid ; and assuming, as a moderate calculation, that the re maining cases of combustion wood. oils, etc. represent the fifth of the preceding quantity, it follows that manufactures, navigation nnd domestic economy pour into the atmosphere the prodigious quantity of 427,000,000 tons of carbonio acid a year. In the vol canic regions of the globe carbonic acid escapes from craters and fissures in actual torrents, producing a mass of gas ten times greater than the preced ing. A Providential Man. This title now justly belongs to a physician who has added to the list of Medicines a new remedy, which appears to includo all that is most valuable in the old pharmacopoeia, and not to in cludo any of the drawbacks with which the no-called specifics of the faculty are chargeable. The providential man is Dr. Joseph Walker, of California, whose Vinegar Bitters have achieved, in the short space of two years, a degree of popularity never before attained by any advertised preparation in this country. We have too much confidence in the shrewdness of the American peoplo to suppose that this sudden and surprising celebrity is tho outgrowth of a delusion. Indeed, we have reason to know that it is founded on innumerable and well-authenticated cures of almost all the bodily ills that flesh is heir to. Not the least among the merits of the famous touio and restorative is its entire freedom from alcohol, as well as from all mineral drugs. It is composed exclusively of rare vegetable extracts. Com. Investment with Positive Retnrn. No financial securities yot olTored in the market havo hocuuiu ho readily and generally popular as tho first mortgage premium honds of the Industrial Exhibition Company of Now York, and there exists many patent reasons for this marked preference. Iu the 11 rut place the bonds are placed at tho altainable price 61 V2U each, aud tne return or the principal is assured beyond contixgouoy ; further, the holder of each bond participates in every quartorly Premium Drawing until it is re deemedprincipal and interest. The pre miums range as high as $100,000 for a single bond. The next l'rouiiura Drawing will be held on the 7th of Deoember next, at Bteinway Hull, ,ow oi k. ine cnaracier or tne gen tlemen who have the management of this great enterprise in hand, is of itself ample acsurance that the plan will be carried through to successful consummation, ana tuat tne in terests of the bondholders will be most faith fully guarded. liy addressing jnorgentnau, isruno t uo.. tho Financial Agents, at No. 23 l'ark Row, N. Y circulars giving full explanation may be obtained. Com. Unimicd ty Faint Prnle.-.Ta!. Reexman, clergyman of New York, was recently badly kicked by a boree, and wai spoodlly cored by nelngthe col6brated Mexican Mnstang Lilntment. When the proprietor aeked him ror a ccrtiScate, be re plied that he " considered it a remarkablo article, but It wouldnH answer for him to Indorse remody tn print1 Here1! consistency. Bnt we didn't kick htm as the horin did. The v.orld knows that for Rheumatism, Brunei, Swelling! Spavin. Frratches. Inflammation, Lameness or any flesh, bone or m isclo nilie. t upon man or animal, there le nothing nxe tne Mustang Liini rae'it. It costs but 60 cts. and Il.ru per bottlo.and should be In every tamlly. It Is wrapprd In a flne steel-plate unci, ana siunea "U. '.v. westnrook Chetrist." Tonic and Iteenperant Plantation Bit ters. The constantly Increasing patronage which It recolvet bss, tt Is true, cx?ited the petty envy of esrtatn aplcnctio ailrcrtlssrs of pinchbeck panaceas, who hope to make a market for their ewn stagnant, watery wares, by docrylng all snlrlluotis m ullclnal nrrparatlone. But the nnb lie can stomArh neither their arguments nor their potations, and consequently reject these very weak imitations cr tne enemy as entirety to ntu The Markets. Brw tobs, Beef Cattle Prime to ExtraBnllocks.l .01V -13 Common to good Texans s s .07 -,o (11 allien uows ou.uu sts.ui , 7 S'.n .04 a .Irtl .14,a .15 4 Hi a B.;i a (S.'j'l a a 1.1'i a .04 a 1.47 i ,x,X Hogs Live. Dressed. 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Cotton Low Middling Floor Extra Wheat Oorn..., Oats PRII.M'Vt.l'KIA, Floor Wheat Western l:?d Corn Yellow Mixed Petroleum Crude 08 a.08 6.25 , .78 .(J . f.'Q . 1.-J1 . .f4 JUST PUBLISHED t PIANO at HOME A large collection of tha beat roir-IIn,ncl riocos FOR THE PIANO-FORTE. No bnnk le better flttod for " Home" Mosleal entertainment than this. Beginners can t l .y the ...r. Hi,... Arlvftneerl nlavera and teachers need not to be told that practleo with four hands Is the very best to acquire "tine" and certainty.-' Practice tn the ' i'iaro at Home" Is nothing but a eontlntini pleasure, a'.) pm a. full sheet music elzo. Ia boards, f2.50; clcth, :;X0; full gilt, (4.00. rtn r - tub t.RnpR Price 11.8$. Pen Sinoiko Schools : TUB BONO MONARCH, 75cts. THE EMERSON METHOD For Reed Organs. By L O. Emkrs ' and W. 8 B. Mattiibw. P.tsv and nrnrrresslve lessons, scales, studies. voluntaries, interludes quartets, songs, and other nieces in profusion. All well arrange! by bkujtui hauas. priref-iro. Fr.n Cnorns : rERKINB' ANTHRW BOOK. 1.W. Foe VITARTetChoiks: THOMAS' QUARTKTS. '!. peclmen coplet lent post-paid for retail prlee. OLIVER DITSOX b CO., Boston. CIIA8. II. WTKIJI fc CO., J 1 1 llrnn'l way, Blew Yorlt. -at nt 1 tHO Y18ITIN8 YI81TIN0 OARDU! Ju-tthMMn tfl. Your immv ItcnUtiriiMy printed Id (lot.nor Hii.vrH 1 11 1 ur.. for SO1' or S dot. for $, itD t poM pnlrl. At'i:vT Wavtpk Kvkhvwiikrr. Outfit 2Sr. All who tcm thin rtSoiiitl fmX :ir. BtuniproT "".tuple witti name printed nn. A'HtPM. I,. A- J. A . UOItKKTSON ,117 WtlkerKt. . New Yok. nr. j AVnlkor's California Via- efjar Hitters mo n purely pjjctabio preparation, mado cliielly from tlio na tive horbs found on tlio lower ranpes or tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, tho medicinal properties of which aro extracted therefrom without tho use of Alcohol. Tho question Is almost daily asked, "What is tlio cause or tho unparalleled success of Vinkgak Btt Ters!" Our answer is, that they rcmo tho cause of disease, nnd tho patient re covers hia health. They aro tho Rieat blood purifier and a life-f;ivinp; principle, & perfect Renovator and Invigoiator of tho system. Never before in tho history of tlio world has n medicine benn. compounoert possessing tho remnrknljle finalities of Vinfoar Bittkrs in henlinp the sick of everr disease man is heir t". thoy ti p,,ntivfi ns well as a Xon'o. reliovine Congestion or Inflammation . a - ..t an lltlinilfl the Liver ana viscerm vi m Diseases. The properties of Dn. aai.ker. in kg A a Bittkrs aro Aperient. Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Altera tive, and Anti-Bilious. it. II. . ictO.NAI,l C.. Drui'irisis nmKren. Airts.. Sun V rnncisco, Lalifmult, and cnr. of Washington and Charlton Sis., Jf. . Mom nv i-iruKilisii nn" t FPTi'N" I. THE WEEKLY SUN. ; A 1are, olght page. In denftTiriftnt. honest and pi 1-m uewnpapflr. of fiG bru id columm, especial ly utBiffnod fr the Nrmor. the mechanic, the mer-i-nantand tho profooBtnnal ma?-, n1 thfir wives t'td cbtl iren. We aim to make the Weekly Sun the bt.8t family newspaper in the world, li tt full or entertaining an4 iustrnctfve reading of every tjort, but prints nothing lo r.ftaid the most eerxipu lnm and delicate tut -J. Price, 91. !iO per yoar. Tottaffe prep n i i. Ton cheapest piper published. Try it. Address THK BUN, New York Uity. Jw Kin! Hare SeerM ami PlsnH. Rend ti cents for cta'rffue and two packets cnoice Flnwr Seeds Ad's t has. A. IUkser t o., Krle.Pa. CAcTu3D?H Tor fii'l Information, price-list, rtc, n'l'iroH (with tatnp) Hey. T. l'.CIIII.DS. Trov. Ohio. I tl OUUit &c. mm pus s Address A gnu t a wanted everywhere. For Fbituu & Walk Kit. Dayton, Ohio This PATfcNT CABINET or 1CTTITDCII C I- ..f.,1 Anap business man, to keep BILLS, LET TERM or PAPERS always clean oJ: nnd in alphabetical order i holds 4,000 Letters, can be used on a desic or bung to the wall. We prepay Exprcps charges. Bend for circular ana prioo lint with 1,000 references. C. A, COOK & CO Chicago, III. .V A. . t i.. -,-. 7r r YOUNG FOLKS' NEWS. p. H Tbn best Juvenile Newspaper foe i the price; Hacyand lnbtructiTe) if 1 lloral in Tone: Full of hici Bto- ma. Games, 'I ratils, Poitbt, Pc si.ru. sn a .mitteb roE ins l cniors. (1.23 (jer year, postage paid, with A. Beautiful Lhromo thrown In. T ..-it ntncri.! br his M i vwn-au;1. u. s. a.. Mffcif, TV TV. Vf.t: tho only Anihcnti' and Authorised Lllo published : 0(: pages ; beam tlrally liluotratod. Ageniti vmirca yjenjuwe. Ad I- si nUBTlN. OILMAN A CO.. Hartforrt. rnnti hoh Wcrk. Acrrnts want 02. PirtlcTi a U'VD1U 1 flfr F. nil id V.rt '3 l Inra free hog itinruB'K. is.nno.nno Kins. . TO.OOtl Klncers, 8,000 Tones Bold. ITiirlwnr Dealer, gell TJiem. Ilingrrjl, .lilna-slir KWfkM', Totktb $ l,vlt, by niBil. roit naid. Circular, ft... AdilreiS II, W. lliliaCo. Decatur, 111, MARVIN'S SAFE CO. Alum and Dry Plaster, Fire and Burglar Proof SAFES, Absolutely free from Dampness and Corrosion. a 8.M a 1.M a .73 a ,t)2 a B.7-. a 1.23 a .P4 lit flue!. lt6 to the K.aiiaRM Loan & O Topka, Km . f r circular exolairinff tbetr 14 per Cent, pnrm itlortAi;e Bond t, terest t ai u At your Bankers or tn New Yr.rk. Trust Co., In- OPIUM HABIT CUHED at H-me. No Publicity. Terms moderate. Time shorr. Four years 't unparalleled success. Describe cas. 40Uf."ti womala, Addrets Dr. P. K. Marsh, Qniwcy, Mieh, &.1Wt ftad expenses a month to agents. Ad- w uress A li . Stoddard, Jonesville, Mich, AGENTS WANTED FOR THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE BROOKLYN SCANDAL The astound. iia revclntio is aid startlinir ins clotures made In this work are creating the most lutensa desire iu tne mines of the people to obtain tt. ltRivoithe whole i'li'vr httryot the (Wat Be ana isl aud is the nuly ftCl and authentic work ou the subject, it sills at siuUt. t.iio ier turms to Adonis and a full descnpiio-i of the work. Ad dress NATION Ah PC BUS. I. NO !"!., Vhilartelpbi A CIFT WORTHY OF A ROTHSCHILD Is tirowiVa Slinksiienrlnit Almanac tor 1M74 It fairly glows with quotations and illus tration from the 11 Hard of Avon," and from top to toe It man's life Illustrated. I shall print four mill ton copies or moie, tnd bo tug desirouv of makictr te disti inn lion i ft hum as rapid as pi b Bi ble, I will send teu or fifteen copies free, prepaid to any oue who will J id ctoutlv dispose of them tn their locality. Aildrets Dr. O. THRLl'S UKOWN, No. 21 (trand Street, Jersey City. N. J WAUKESHA WATER Mineral Rock Spring, IT UK l)rniMy, Dtabeten, f-ravcS Dyimei'Stat 1'oiiailpaf Ion, Jauuclfce ilrtgl.t'.i Disease-. Aud all rtineofieH of the liver and kidneys. Thii Wilier in now known und sold una remedy for the above dinea8r in all parti of the world. It is truly wonderful what etieet it has upon tne nuniuu system, It in now beiim shinned at the following nricett : 1 Jar rein, 40 al., $l'i ; half do, $7; demijohns and jurh, r0 cent i-.-r Ral., naekuce extra ; bottles (qtH.), ki.M ner dor. Money must accompany the order, except to our regular uuthoru-'d agent. Iuquire of your UrutftfiHt tor wauKeua Mineral hock hprtuj Water. Address C. (!. Oi.in K Co., VtauKeha, Win for orders for the W ater or lor circular. rawer BALLOON'! BALLOO.n:' LOOK! LOOK ! I Be qrUtkl Don't you it? Onr little "Banner is ma it ne; a oaiioon TOatre, iraeiMiw mr l it. drcDomif cones of the YOCNO FOLKS' NEWS as he troei. If he bat not veu you oue, write at once to Mr. Aifre i Martten. Philadelphia, iaclnitu.? a t jree-oiit stamp, and no will send a crpy. A handsome CHROMO will be ffiven to every lUDtcriDer. Kvttry oav a irffe usi i namea iumr In, ai d a -are pile of CHROM03 poes out. If your name is not on the list, send It tn at once, with 91.(45. and y.iu will receive the paper for oue year, postage paid, nd thechotcnof four hand- nine uoromon, v 7. r rouc me Woods i' "The lioat Race t" Getting Thfl llhrnmiii r.:.ii ta hntl vriitHheo and mounted on Card-board, ready for framing, by senoing s- cents additional ior each Chroino that It, 91.50 will procure the paper (p taga pati ana a tnro mn virnidhnd &nrl mnimiAd : or A 1 .7 3 willnrt- enre (mm Cnromoi mounted ard the paper for one iw, postage nin;or S'4.'4 will pio?ure me four uuromos n-o'inxo atw ine pper ior uu j -, p "cane pain. Ji-mutett enrunaot wtii piaee oeii. oena a nrer-cem mhhhi or u Art imm ii itit' At.KKKI) MAKT1K!, PiilliHh-r, 41 tounlt Sveitli Mreet, IMUIaiM-lpMa. l?(HTt'KE WON is the t.tle of thrercative 1 of a Dnor meehauln. who. while in bid health, o incover ud a business In which he made a fortune In a few years, and tells so plainly how it was done, that anv one who reads his narrative can be equally luccessiui. monsnea in tne nirunAn JviL'KNAL. Sea l IV u C ell's to the JOURNAL COM PAN . Lawrenceburgh. Indiana, for the num ber f r Jauuarv. Ib7r (now teinv), containing the cp niug chapters or ino uarrauvo. rday mud with onr FOOT power Scroll fluws. Frio MANrFACTl'UKD ONLY HY Marvin's Safe Co., 265 Broadway, New York. 721 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS. Wlnrert of THttF.K HIHST MEDALS Awn nipLOA 0? HONOR l MF.SNA, PABIB, ar-d -n AM Hlw ALWAYS. DerlarPd by MUSICIANS GK-- KKALLi to tit- initiVAu ana INtOYiPARAKLE. fiol i ot flxid ti.,ifjTm nnces to II. v.'hicb re pt 'ntr! and i j-TaMiDip. Pl'Ht IIAKKS OK OlUiAN ARK KJE- MIM)KI) thut ti'o teoipti ti-m to Dealers a iu. Po idle! s is very strong to deal iu and recommend an best the organs of those makers who will pay tlirm the InreM cuoimUkiout or ells count" tor sellluc Tne JilAU day liATii-i-i "itwjti vir.,. printlr.g as they do tnoir lowest iincra, can sff-ird to oaleis only the nuiatUflt committ al ns. This plun seen res to t very purchaser the lowest price, Because tne neaior cauuo: i.i mora thsn the Catalogue price; nt tt c -uses many dowlers to do their Vet to tell other organs, BiJiply because they got enormous dincaums on them. Some organs are currently sold tn dc alers tt seventy five per cent, discount, or ai oue qur ter the prices printed tor them, as a ruie, mu poorer tho erffaii the higher its printed rricc aua the grester fe d-s ount on it. The WASi dk. HAMLIN O KG A IV CO. ara now oflVrlrg Lew sty US, with tiuiortaiit improve ments; and .ro selling not only Tr cash exclu sively, but also on new plans of easy payments.. runi.tntf tnrnugn one year or lungur. iuwy rent new Oruans with prlvtleH cf purchaso. Kent naM three yearn inirchnt.es the Organ. Dttia ur ion liiimiraie i vwian -guno nuu vin.- lars, which give very full information, and are sent free. Adores, I UU .HASO & JIA1L.1N OKGA.X )., at either New York, Boston or i ii leHgit, 810 K $5 df)A per 3:. at home. Terms Free. At Pv Geo. tstlnsnu A Qo., Portlaud, Maine STEINWAY Grand. Spare & Dfriilt Fianos. Superior 1 1 all others. Kvory Piano Warranted for riTo Ysais. Illustrated Catah. trues, with Prtoe List, mailed free mi spniit-atiou. 8TKISWAY t SOUS, H'is. 107, 109 4 in Bast 14tn B'roet, Sew York. ONB ent sold In one rrnnth BUI roplci of the UKKOKLIVIKUslUab, vliicb unfolua the tirtilitiff experiences or a-veH- I xaoit iiero, ana tne ruriosuie ui a witniieriu c mntry. Mjre amenta want Hl. Aildress, HUB UARI) BROS., Publishers. 1-liil idelpbla or Boston. JUST THE BOOK M()EV 17V IT fcl'HKI .Tost out. Useful, UaiiJwnme, Cheap. 89lls every wh;rH. Mend for prospectus to K. C I1RIOOMAN, 6 Barclay tit.. N.T., or 1T9 West 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Iort Kdward Collegiate Institute. A 1 boarding Seminary for Ladies and tleutlemeu. fturor m weeas' Doara ana wimraun js.ugiiBn. w iu-i.-r trm. Dec. 10th: Bnnna term. Match 26th. Six Co'ixsei of Stuuy. Commercial, bcientiflo. Classi cal, oliege-preparatoi y aua rroreiiiocai-prei-a-ratorv.or tha aiudeut rray select any three stu dies. Hiuher.tuitlon to Clerffymens families and to those intending to he Ministers, one-third dis count, vor seli-boarneis, toon aua aocessioie rooms with heavy furniture at 5 per term. Stu dents admitted at any time proportionally. Fifteen teachers. Superb brick buildings. Twenty years of prosnertty. Ah areas tor CAtniogues or rooms, JOBKm E. KINO, I). 1 , Prtnc, Fort Edward, W. Y. C FKll DAY Oommlsslouor 830 a wek jPwr9 Balary, and expenses. We oflor it tnd wtl V it. Apply now. O. Wikdii Co.. Marion. 0 PIANOS. Dunham & Sons, Manufacturers, Warerooms, 18 EastUlh Street, EstabUshed 183.. tlZW YORK. S-mdor UluiiraUd Cirtulir aud Price List. BECHWITH $2. 4 DVr'.BTIBKUBI Bend eta. to QKO. P. HOW iA. HLu 4 CO., 41 Park Bow, New York, for theti ftimpet of iwpaget, oontaiutuff lists oi mow news Cures of All Kinds of Catarrh. Ro eucceuaful has Dr. Tierce's Golden Medi cal Dittooverv proven, an a constitutional treat ment for Catarrh, when coupled with the use of Dr. tiage'a Catarrh ltemedy, applied locally by the uso or lr. 1'ierce a xsaitai uoucue (mo only method of reaoluug the upper aud back cavilioa of the head), that the proprietor of these meitieinoB liao long ouerea a HtauoiuK re ward of $500 for a caae of Catarrh which he oaunot cure. The two medicines, with instru ment, for 12 by druggists. A SPECIMEN OCT OF THOUSANDS. Cortland, 111., April 23, 1873. Dr. Piebce, Buffalo, N. Y. : Dear Mr It is with pleasure I make this statement to you that after taking medicine for twenty years for the Catarrh, I tried your Catarrh ltemedy aud effected a cure, so that it has not troubled me for two years. 8. Wbeeleb. stealing oub thunder. People should beware of those impostors who copy Dr. Pieroe's original style of adver tising, by offering various sized rewards for oases of Catarrh aud other diseases which they cannot cure. Those who do not possess suiU oient intelligence to write an original advertise ment are not likely to have made great and valuable discoveries in medicine. Com. STILL FURTHER TESTIMONY. 1'iTTHFiEi.n, Miiw., Nov. 8th, 187. Mkkkm. C. C. OLIN k CO.: Gent In testimony of tUe great value of the Waukesha Mineral llork Spring Water for those uflering with disenae of the Kidney., I will ay that I huve been trouble. 1 for a Ion; time w;tli this dreadful dixeaiie, ami which hua tern. male 1 iu the droiy of my lower liuiks. I have Buttered for six years with diabetrs, pana ing large quantities of uriue heavy with Miur, and tormented with a diftrecsiuK thirht, grudiuill;,' iouiug fleh aud strength, and finally the use of uiy limbs, which became almost devoid of feeling. '1. tanks to a kind Providence I khw jour adverliHnieiii ot the Waukesha Mineral Hock Hinlna Wttti r lu u rcw Jersey paper, aud I made up my mind at once to try some of the Water. I seut for oue dozen bottles to your agenta in New York city, Messrs. Dodge & Aleott, 81 William street. I received them in a few day., and began to drink of it, and before they were Rone I could feel its effects upon my system. After drinking them I sent for another dozen bottles, and ita use hua im proved my health wonderfully, having gained the use of my limbs, aud my atrength and flesh have ro turued aud thirst decreased, as has also the sugar in the urine. I will say the Water has done for me what medical BkiU could not do. I am thankful for returning health, aud my prayer ia that it may help others afflicted with the kidney difficulty as it hus me. Iu fact, I am so much better that I oouaidet myself almost cured. I canuot recommend your bpriug Water too highly, as it has done for me what medicine could uot do and has failed to do, and I am confident, although I was so bad off, that the Water iu the end will effect a radical cure. I shall send for more Water souu, and drink aud driuA; until I am entirely cured, aud if I can induce others thus afflicted to use the Water, I shall feel that I have dune somethiug to relieve my fellow creatures of the most dreadful diseases that mankind is heir to. Respectfully yours, Mas, Cuabloiti Hubbard. SraOOIt AfJKTS waxti:e Vt'l fci totellth. jflLW BOOK TELL IT AIL fly Mr. Ptonhouae of Bait LaVe City, for 5 uuuuaji.ua uj .lint, Pigwf. A till ilory Of .1 'Oiniii'i cxncrttnro lava baro the "hid.lSu !. ' myatjeriea. aetrtt doingi, etc. of the Mormon, ru . suiu uowj, ii me otu new Dofmoui. actually UI With BOOd thitlL'a for ill. Tt iaTumilnr cv.rv. v here, with everybody, and ouUelU all other book tAre. t.iul artMVa: k tiin..n t Wrnuan jiLina with cood thin't for all. t. with cvervlodv. ami mitfllki t1 oiK. Minuter aav liml aucfti it.' endorse it Everybody wants it t and amenta are oellina; inini av w v ujv i vu inuitviwi now in prstsi want A.tUO mutt tru.ty mnU NO W mm or wointo we will mail Ikulfll f'n-i to thuat! who will canvuii. I pamphlet with lull fiarticulari, term, etc. tent fx t aAddnaa A li. WoKiuiNUioM It Co., iltuifotd, Cuua. Portable Family Sowing Slachlne, nv 30 DAYS' TRIAL. Ws wll .end to any addreM.O O.D., on of ! seslnai with prltllc8 0f examination before taa lasj .at of Kipren offlce i and If 1 1 does not kIt. aau Ux action we will refund the money, leu Biprsst CBwas, ob return of uachlue within the tuue iye Steckwltta Sexvln? Machine Co. mN Torn i isoa o roadway. i Chlot-soi 231 WilMhAw Apenia Wanted. Hen or women. 5is waek or SIM fortulted. VtiluaLl uaou fret. VrLt at once tn V. M. KKKD. ttiuhth Street. New Tork. TZXB OUR NEW "Ladikb' Fbisrd" contalna f artlolei needed by every Lacy Patent Suool U'tlder, Sciaaora. Thimbu, Ae. guana- I teett worth fl. 60. Bmpltt Box, by mail, touix nsjvuit neauoDU. r4VJUO m jJt ivn a. oiu Dirooi, raiiaueipr ft, fa. IHICAGO 1 EDGER THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PAPER IN THE COUNTRY. ' uiiil lii" ui V rpuiunnv avun nu Richmond Prints fFPSLRn have beeu buld iu hiwb esteem by those who uae vanco, mey are prouucea ia au toe novelties o cb.au tfi n rasbious, ana la couaervatlye styles suited to the waut of many persous. Among the "STANDARD GRAY STYLES' proper for the bouse or street beautiful tn de- siarns ana piesitng la coloring. CHOCOLATE STANDARD STYLES, in areat variety and widely known aa moat aer. Yl--6it.le prints. Mothtug better for daily wear. Sheas goods bear tickttt at quattd abovt. Voor retailer should bar. teem, aud I our examination sua approval will cotnoiae. 1 A lleautlful Transfer Pic tures,lnetruc- X VF liont A ul.liltu.,lUi;U. tiully trantferred. (jam Chroino. J U CIA, A.MIUWM1UI.. PER ANNUM Unexcelled by any Weekly Literary ruDucauon, x.aBt or West. CANTASSERS WASTED IN ETEKT TOWN IN THE EXITED STATES. The UtOSt Llbral .mlnma mnA ri-V B . . offered by any newspaper. Write tor a Clrculu eontslnlng full Information, eto. Bpeelmeu eunlea tu.rul.ho4 ou appUoaUon. iddresa w UC UltUCit VOUPANY, OaiOaOO, iUs,