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JOHNSON'S INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP Laboratory, 77 W. 3d St., New York City, LATB OP BUSBY CITT TBADE MARK. The Best Remedy Known to Man ! Dr. Clark Johnson having associated himself with Mr. Edwin Kastman, au escaped captive, lone n lnve to Wakamctkla, tlio medicine man of the Cnmanches, Is now prepared to lend bla aid in tho introduction of thewnnderfnl remedy of that tribe. Tho experience of Mr. Eastman being similar to Hint of Mrs. Clins. Jones and son, of Washington 'o., Iowa, an account of whoso rafferines were thrlllinijly narrated in the Ktto York Heraldot Dee. lSth, 1878, the facta of which ere to widely knoivn, and bo nearly parallel, that but little men tion of Mr. Eastman's experiences will be given here. They arc, however, published in a neat vol time of 300 paces, entitled, "Seven and Nino Years Among tho Comnnches and Apaches,1' of which mention will lie mado hereafter. Suffice it to say, t'i:U li:r several years, Mr. Eastman, while a cap tive, was compelled to gather the roots, pims, barks, herbs and berries of which Wakamclkla'a nu dk ino was made, and is still prepared to pro vide t'.ia samr materials for the successful intro flvclion of tiic medicino to tho world; and assures thft public that the remedy is the same now as V nca WukaiuuikU compelled him to make iU 1 Wakametlila, tho Medicine Man Knthiiif; luis been lidded to the medicino and noiltin In Imcn niken uwity. It is without doubt the Ukst l'l'iin iKii of the Ulood and Henkweu of 'hi1 Si-rT!:.n ever known to man. This yvrnp jos-esses varied properties. Mt nets ilium tlio I. Ivor. ti :u i-4 f!Mi the K.ilneysi. r-v:.!il.!ti's tiio CiiivioiM. 51 ;m; iiio 3it F.3:uo4t. inlet tl'c crvii Sj-Btcm. li ,j;si'isieN fVIivi'Kf loll. It .Noii.-liilicK, strvit'ithensi and Inv!r M:t !.. C e:;;-rle o IT tile old blood and limkc It ;-:-, the pores of tlio ftltin, and f rtiioi riviilflj)- IfcrsiiiiHtioii, U i!n;ir.ili.-."s tin.-hereditary taint, or poison In l'l;"i'l.v. :!icil : cneraicsScrufula.Krv.iiiieliis. and (I: :it! :'i.::ii:.r i t" m;i-i (licenses and internal humors. ': ' r" iO:i;irii..i.ir.ihiytl in ii ninniifactnro, ii: it i .ri be i-l. vn by the mii"t delieate babe, 01 I y :ji -d :'.iul t'eeble, care only being required in .A , 1 f-1 S a; is Edwin Eastman in Indian Costume, Bkvsn asd Kink Veaiis Amoxo Tim Comaxciiis and Apai iius. A neat voiunie of auU pat'es being a simple statonient of tlio horrible l aeth connected with the Kid inassaerc of a helpless family, hi: m ! ho captivity, torturesand ultimate escape of ; - 'ivo surviving nienibern. For tale bvour agi".; ' generally. J'tico $1.00. The incideniii of tlio niifsacre, briefly narrated, nre distributed by ngeuts, fuke of cliar;:e. Mr. I'jistninn, beinir alniovt consianily at the Vu:r, initialled in gatlicrinc; and curing the lnutcri nis ,d wliich tho niedicme is coiiiposed. tho mile business inanau'enient devolve.4 upon )r. Johnson, iii.d the remedy bus been culled, und is known as Dr. Clark Johnson's Efi!D5AM BLOCD PURtFIER Triso of Large EoU!rs ' G1.0C V: ico : f BrtrJl Eo :l!es 60 it -id tho vobte.l'iry testimonials of persons whi l.-iv'- ii-'en cured by tins use of Dr. Clark Johunou'i Indian lilood Syr-ii), in your own vicinity, Tesincniaia of Cures. .IVER AND KIDNKY COMPLAINT. Andalusia, Va., I'eb. 10, 1870. Dear Sir: I lmve been using yonf Indinn Blood Syrup imny lamilyibr Liver nnd Kidney Complaint with success. 1 believe ithna n o qillll. EtlWAlIU GlLHEKT. REMJlDY FOR LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE. Edixcton. Feb. 2, 1879. Denr Sir: I enn, from my experience, re commend your Indinn Ulood Syrup ns a sure cure lor Liver nnd Kidney Disease. Euzaiio'ii A. Sands. PALPITATION OF THE HEART. West Leba.vox, March 3, 1879. Dear Sir: Having been prostrate for months with whnt my physician termed Palpitation ol tlio Heart, and n combination ot other diseases, 1 obtained no reliet until I bought some ot your Indian Mood Syrup, which relieved me im mediately. I uin now m portoct liealtn. Elizabeth Lewis. DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGKSTIION. IJi BEititv, 23d Wurd, Jan. 1, 879. Dear Sir: Your most excellent Indian Mood Syrup has given perlbcl autislaction when used lor Dyspepsm and Indigestion. TtiEOD. Hawk LIVER COMPLAINT AND CHILLS. Uensai.em P. O., Feb. 25, 1879. Dear Sir: Having tried your most excellent Indian Ulood Syrup und found it a valuable medicine lor Liver Complaint and Chills, would recommend those who are nllHcted to givs it a trial. Mtts. C. Amman. "LIVER COMPLAINT. Peskvpack Mills, Feb. 22, 1879. Dear jSir: I have used your Indian Blood Syrup and lound it to do all you claim lor it. It is a sure cure for Livei Complaint. Josei-h Haines. CURES CIULLS AND BILIOUSNESS. . EiUNGTON, Feb. 1, 1879. Dear Sir: I was troubled with Chills; hud tliem every other day for six mouths; hod two doc tins attending mewlien your agent persuaded mo to try your Indian Blood Syrup, and I can say I never had a Chill after taking tho flint dose. I cheerfully recommend it to oil. Lizzie Wink. yW INDIAN lUAtOD SYRUP THE RIGHT MEDICINE. PiTTSBUuGH, Pa., August 25, 1878. Dear Sir: I was troubled with Kidney Dis ease and Liver Complaint. I tried everything which I thought might do me good, but I did not Had the right medicine until 1 got a 60-eeut bottle of your medicine, wliich entirely cured Die, Mks. Randall, r , if' if h J! s M-ylv si 3 6 f i 1 1 ! .1 A 5 t SURROUNDED BY ZULUS. A Hide for I I fe Down a Jtocky Puss Swarmlnt Wllh the Merciless Barae An EttRllah Victor-, A letter to tho Edinburgh B'olsnian gays: I have obtained from h trust worthy source the following graphic description of tho terrible encountxT on the Ziubann mountain, South Africa, by one who participated in it: On March 27 wo started from our ennip at Kambulu Hill, in Zululand, to attack a Zulu stronghold some twenty miles away called tho Ziobana mountain. Wo numbered about night hundred mounted men, and wero nearly all of us volunteers, under Colonel Wood nomi nally, but tho real command was exer cised by Colonel Huller. We started about eight o'clock in the morning, and very cheerful and lively wo nil wero. About five o'clock in tho evening we reached the slope of the mountain. Wo were hero fired at, but took no notice, as we wanted to got along unporceived. When darkness set in wo .bivouacked, each man holding his horse in hand while ho lay down to rest not to sleep. During tho night there was a terrible thunderstorm and we got thoroughly drenched. At four A. M. wo wero all nstir, feeling miserable enough ; our sad dles were nearly as soft and wet as our clothes. We ascended tho hill pretty easily, but nearly at the top tho Zulus began to make us aware of their presence. By six o'clock we were at the top of the plateau and our native allies .were setting lire to some Zulu huts and collecting the cattle, about 2.000 in number. After a time we collected at tho opposite end of the plateau, and here we found the Zulus in stronger lorce than wo had estimated. They commenced a heavy lire upon us and we were engaged fully half an hour with them before wo succeeded in silenc ing them. Abo:it eleven wo became aware of the serious fact that while we had been encaging a few Zulus at one side a very largo number of them had come the way we ascended, and others to our right and left, and that we were be ing surrounded. A very few minutes' observation was sufficient to convey the terrible impression to our minds that once more the Zulus had got us into a trap and that we wero going to have to tight for our lives to get out of it as best we could or die. The wily savages be gan to appear on every side not in twos or threes, but in hundreds nnd thousands. Some of them had evidently climbed what to us seemed .1 positively perpen dicular buttress on our left. , Our retreat was cut oil", and there was nothing to be done but either " light it out to the end " or endeavor to escape down an nlmost perpendicular pass a tew hundred yards m front of us. There had been too much " lighting it out to the end " in the two months immediately preceding Tsandula. There was but one outlet for us, and toward it we had orders to gallop. I was in the rear, and when I reached the place tho sight was sickening. There was an almost perpendicular pass about ten feet wide and about 300 or 400 yards down. It was tilled with rough, ragged boulders, between which were crevices where once the poor horse and rider fell lie was seen no more. It seemed full of llnl'una nnfl moll tlr,llniliiil n tr mid linnn the other in dire and dreadful confusion, while the zvulus were pouring a murder ous lire among them. Now I got down 1 do not know: I have not met with a single comrade yet who does. The chief senstition I experienced Avas that behind me. at about 800 ynrds distance, was a very strong force of Zulus yelling in n manner themost bloodthirsty and liend- i. in ono or two places progress was altogether impeded by chasms six or eight feet wide, and it was only by jump ing them, or rather by risking the at tempt (for many a poor fellow lost his footing and his life here), that further descent was possible. Nearly all tho horses were killed or had to bo left before we reached the bottom. All this time the Zulus were firing on us, and amid tlio most piteous shrieks for mercy rushing from tho sides of the pass ana assegaieing our poor fellows. How nny of us escnned it, is to mo. nnil almost every one else, a miracle. At last, some how or other, 1 got to the neck of the puss, escaping injury from the heavy hre of the enemy, but only to lind that on the plain m lrontwas a big Zulu army en gaged with our men, who were divided into parties and lighting for dear life. Colonel Weatherly and his corps were ahiiost cut up to a man. They were separated from the main body, and the last that was seen of tho gallant colonel was his commanding figure, sword in hand, killing tlio enemy right and left and selling his life as dearly as possible. The retreat home was a light. We reached the camp in tlio evening by twos and threes, some with arms and clothins. others almost devoid of either. Some horses were carrying two men, others three: every one was humiliated nnd dispirited. This is one picture of the disaster in "The Devil's Pass" on the Ziobana mountain on March 28, 1879 It was getting considerably into the forenoon ot the 2stli before I had sum ciently recovered myself to feel exactly how and where I was. The ordinary morning duties of camp life had been going on, and now and then I had come across a companion of the previous dav whose haggard face still betokened how he had been " face to face with death." Our camp was to all intents and pur poses impregnable. It was proof Hgiiinst an ordinary .European army without artillery. ADout 11 a. m. we learned that a Zulu spy had been caught and informed Colonel Wood that the Zulus were to attack us during our din ner hour, shortly atterward it was shown plainly enough that this was so, Tho Zulus could bo seen in a huge black mass about five miles away coming on very slowly and leisurely. Everything went on in camp just the same; even the dinner was prepared and catei There were 2,000 of us, and we wer con fident nnd eager to be avenged. When they got within about three miles the alarm was sounded, tents struck, the forts manned and every ono stood to arms. The Zulus appeared to form themselves into battle array about three miles off, the main body advancing direct to the camp and the " horns," as they are termed, stretching to the right ancf left. When they got within about three thousand yards the eavalry were sent out and did good service by draw ing them on (tiring and retreating) within range of the artillery. The cav alry, being a very small force, retired within the camp, and at about a mile tange tho artillery opened upon the enemy. The rapidity and precision with which this branch volleyed death and destruction into the dense masses of Zulus was admirable. Tea or fifteen of them were sent to glory every shot: next day they lay in rows. But still on they came with the ferocity of tigers, never halting, never wavering, never nincinng or hesitating lor a moment. Say what people may about its being animal ferocity rather than manly bravery, no soldiers in the world could have been more daring than were the Zulus that day; When tho main body got within about 800 yards the men of the Ninetieth regiment, who were oppos ing them, opened one of the most deadly fusillades it is possible to imazine Numerous as they were, this galjing lire stopped the progress ot tho enemy, and tnev began to uieaK up and shelter be. hind stones nnd trees, In the meantime the forces that had attacked our right and left flanks had been equally warmly received. And the enemy apparently saw that they must change their tactics. They did so, and scattered themselves and began to creep up through tlio, long grnss, while one portion mado a desper ate i tisn anil succecueu in gru ihk posses sion of a small hill commanding the cnttlo laager. It was necessary to dis- lodgo the enemy irom tna inn, ann Major Ilackett and two companies of the Ninetieth were sent out, nnd al though they suffered severely they sue ceeded in doing so, firing volley after volley and at last charging the position at t he point of the bayonet. In bringing back his men Major Ilackett was fatally wounded and Lieutenant lirlght was killed. During all this time fighting had been coins on all round, and a party of Zulus made a desperate rush and got into tho cattle laager, driving a company of tho Thii teenth out of it. They, how ever, gallantly reformed and gallantly drove liack tho enemy at tho point of the bayonet. Tho artillery all the while had been pouring grape and canister into tho Zulus with murderous pre cision. By about 5 o clock tho enemy evidently began to see we wero not to be taken, and began to slacken their fire, ultimately retiring altogether. At 6.30 M. thev had fired their last shots and began to retreat, and tho cavalry nnd horse artillery were sent after them. Terrible execution was the result, and no quarter was shown. Exeter Nail may say what it may, but it was death to every Zulu who came within range of the carbine of a trooper or the stroke of his saber. The cavalry'pursuod them for about ten miles, returning to camp at dusk. The few native allies we had left did terrible work in this pursuit, and it was difficult for our ollicers to re call them to return. As they cut off and dispatched tho retreating Zulus the cry of " Isandhlwana" resounded in the evening air. A New Advertising Wrinkle. The recent attemnted assassination of Edwin Booth recalls,, an incident that occurred while that tragedian was play ing his last engagement in this city, and which is the real origin of the rumor that he intends never to visit the Pacific coast again. It seems that one morning while Mr. Booth was making his toilet in his room at the Palace, the door quietly opened, and a wide-awake-looking individual slid in and cheerfully bid the astonished actor good morning. "Hows 'Hamlet' to-day?" said the stranger, blandly. "'Fraid you wouldn't see me it 1 sent my card up, so just ronned in informally, ns it were." " So I see," said tho only Ligo.' What can I do for you?" "The fact is. Mr. Booth." said the visitor, hurriedly, " I am the advertis ing ngent for tho Bazembees' Auction house, on Market street. Cheapest clothing-house in the civilized world. Over 50,000 ulsters at " " Don t want nnv ulsters. Can t look tragic in a coat with fifteen ridiculous pockets. Avaunt! thou " " But I don't want to sell you any, my dear sir," put in the agent; " I just come to make you' a regular business proposi tion. Coin in it, my dear sir; com in it." " But, zounds, sirrah, I am nn actor not nn auctioneer!" "That's exactly it. You know we agents are always up to some new adver tising dodge or other. I attended your performance last night, Mr. Booth, und it occurred to me if vou would only in troduce some mention of our establish ment into your lines, we could afford to pay very liberally for it." tJouid, enr" said tlio nope 01 the American stage. res. louseeyou might gracelutlv wedge in an illusion to us here and there, where it would seem kinder natural and appropriate like. For instance, there's ' Hamlet.' instead ol giving simply the lines 'customary suits of solemn black,' vou miirht add. ' the kind thev sell at Bazembees' for 824.' That would sort of nail tho attention of the audience, seems to me." " I should think so." said tho star. stealthily edging over toward a Roman sword in the corner. " I see you catch the idea," continued the ngent. Now, there's 'Romeo and Juliet. There's dead loads of good chances in that. In the balcony scene vou might say, ' I would I wore one of Bazembees' cheap dog-skin gloves upon that hand that I might touch that cheek.'" " You'd like that, ould you ? ' erimlv inquired Mr. Booth, slowly unsheathing the sword behind his back, and getting in front of the door. Yes, sir; we shouldn t mind .? 100 a night to have that done in nrst-ciass style. Just think how it would make trade boom down at our place to have you thunder as 'Othello' ' Desmona, where is the elegant kerchief I bought for thee at Bazembees', nt six bits a dozen?' Whv. sir. it would fairly " There was a funeral from tho agent's house the next day, and in deference to the last wishes of tho martyr to adver tising, his hearse bore on each side a spler.did canvas inscription: " Just arrived 50,000 more boys' suits at Bazembees' ! Call early !" Sun Fran cisco news jjfucr. Tan with the Bears. Nobody who visits the Zoolocical Garden goes away without seeing the bears, nnd from looking at them tho desire to see them eat is as natural as second thought. There are three bear pits containing altogether eight bears In the first pit are two cinnamon bears, noted for their laziness and their dis position for climbing the artificial trees placed there for their benefit, and falling asleep on the loltiest porch in the sun. 1 ho next pit contains two huge grizzlies, and the third four black bears. This bust pit is the chief center of interest, Tho black bears stand on their hind legs as erect ns the stump of a tree, fold their fore paws across their breasts, and open- ! . 1 ' . 1 . . ;i -11 mg men mounts ns wiue us possum', look up at the spectators, mutely appeal ing to them to drop something good in them. This is the critical moment There is a rush of men, women and children for nnnles. peanuts, cineer- cakes, sugar-cakes and bananas, and the bears throats become a target lor the skill of old and young. It is like an ex citing game ot base-ball. When a pea nut or ginger-cake is dropped into a bear's mouth, the feat is hailed with uni versal applause. I he bears are partial to ginger-cakes. t Model phut Times. "The Empire State." A Brooklvn correspondent oi the Magazine of American History says: It is known but to very few persons that the name or soubriauet of the State of New York, which is generally called the " Empire State," is not assumed by our citizens out of State pride, but was given by General Washington. The proof of this may be found in his reply to the address ol the common Council of the citv of New York, sinned by James Duane, mayor, and dated the 2d day of December, 1784. In this letter he says : " I Dray that heaven may bestow its choicest blessing on your city that the devastation ot war in wlJoh you found it may soon be without a trace, lhat a well regulated and bene ficial commerce may enrichen your citi zens and that your State (at present the seat ol the empire) may bet such ex amples of wisdom and liberality as shall have a tendency to strengthen and give a permanency to the Union at home and credit and respectability to it abroad." In the United States the consumption of butter is sixteen pounds per capita. while in England it is only seyfj) and linn-nail jtuuuiti fci vptuvt. The Cork Tree. The cork treo is a species of the oak. found as a natural growth in the south ern parts of Europe and tho northern portions oi All ien, mitre ii is aiso ex tensively cultivated. Its product forms one of tho most important articles of ex port from these regions. The tree is on evergreen, not large, growing only from twenty to forty feet liigh, and having many slender ana wine-spreading branches. It produces an acorn which is much like tlio acorn in taste, and is gathered to some extent for use, though, as is well known, the tree is chiefly valu able lor its cork. When the treo Is only from three to five years old, its bark has already at tained that peculiar cellulum or sponev appearance which is so familiar as tho pecial characteristic ol the cork. From lie first, the erowth of the inner nor- ions of the bark is much more rapid than the outer ; and, as a consequence, uie outercovering soon begins to crack from tho pressure, and ultimately to peel off, its place in preserving the vitality of the tree being taken by the newer growth next tho wood. Tho cork bark intended for the market is cut off a year or two before it would thus naturally fall awav by itself. The process is simply to cut it to the proper depth around tho tree, and then make incisions up and down the trunk, when, with a sort of curved drawing-knife, it is not difficult to cut away the long layers which we see com ing afterward in bales to our markets. Of course, layers of bark when taken from the tree are round, like tho trunk, but they nro easily flattened by soaking in water and pressing, after which they are usually charred before being packed in bales. The trees are eenerallv allowed to stand till they are twelve or fifteen years old before stripping tho first time. This nrst product is usually ot a poorer qual ity, having more of the woody fiber. It is used chiefly for floats and buoys, and such coarser purposes, or else burnt for lamp-black. After tho first harvest a new layer, an inch or more in thickness, is formed every six or eiirht vears: and the trees will live, affording a yield about at this rate, for one hundred and fifty years. The bark taken away has ceased to have vitality; therefore its removal, if carefully accomplished, is never a detriment to the tree. It rather pro motes its health and growth, being mere ly the removal of an incumbrance. Most of the uses of cork have been long familiar, many of them being men tioned by our older historians. Ol course its chief use, that for stoppers, has greatly increased since the manufacture of gloss and earthenware has been so common. For this purpose it is of unrivaled con venience, and well-nigh indispensable. But beside this, cork is put to a great variety of uses, among wliich are some lof whicli its being impenetrable to water itnti a nau conductor ot neat specially nc it. The cork solo to our shoes readily occurs to every one j but it is not so well known that Russia is one of the best cus tomers for cork, and in that cold climate large sheets of this material are slit into plates and used to line the walls of their louses. In some parts of Southern France and Spain the cork forests are deemed among their most profitable lands. The nnnual product is at the rate oi about two hun dred and fifty pounds to the acre. In Algeria large tracts of cork woods are owned by the government, which leases them to individuals, receiving from this source a revenue of about two million dollars per annum. (."ork trees have been planted in J-ng-land, but without much success. The southern part of our own country, how ever, ought to be adapted, both in cli mate and soil, to the production of this wood. New York Mercantile Journal. Words or Wisdom. The freer vou feel yourself in the presence of another, the more free is lie. The way to cain a good reputation is to endeavor to be what you desire to ap- pear. Men resemble tho cods in nothing so much as in doing good to their fellow creatures. Few persons have sufficient wisdom to preier censure, winch is useiui to them, to praise, which deceives them. None are so seldom found alone nnd are so soon tired of their own company as those coxcombs who are on the best terms with themselves. CONDCCT. Have more than thou showest, Speiik less than thou knowest, Lend lesa than thou owest. It is with antiquity ns witli ancestry: nations tire proud of tho one, and in dividuals of the other. But if they are notliimr in themselves, that which is their pride ought to be their humiliation. When we are young we nro slavishly employed in procuring something where by wo may live comfortably when we grow old ; and when we are old we per ceive it is too late to live as we pro posed. A physician is not angry nt the in temperance of a mad patient, nor does ho take it ill to bo railed at by a man in a fever. Just so should a wise man treat all mankind as a physician does his patient, and look upon them only as sick and extravagant. Ask the man of adversity how other men act towiird him ; ask those others how lie acts toward them. Adversity is the true touchstone of merit in both; happy if it does not produce the dis honesty of meanness in one, and that of insolence and pride in the other. The most agreeable of all companions is a simple, frank man, without any high pretensions to an oppressive great ness; one who loves life and understands tho use of it ; obliging alike at all hours ; above all, of a golden temper and stead fast as an anchor. For such an one we gladly exchange the greatest genius, the most brilliant wit, the profoundest thinker. BEAl'TV. What is beauty T Not the show Of shapely limbs and teaturea. No. These are but flowers That have their duted hours To breathe their momentary sweets, then go. 'Tin the stainless soul within Tlmt outshines the tairest skin. Everybody is impatient for the time when he shall be his own master: and. if coming of age were to make one so, if years could, indeed, " bring ine philo sophic mind," it would rightly be a day of rejoicing to a whole household and neighborhood. But too often lie who is impatient to become his own master, when the outward checks are removed, merely becomes his own slave. Seal tientljr with the Ntomach. It it proves relractory, mild diauiptiue ia the thine to get it right. Not all the nauseous draughts and boluses ever invented can do hall as muob to remedy iU disorders as a few wine glussluls say, three a day ol lostetter's Stomach Bitters, whicli will alfbrd it speedy reliet, and eventually bunish every dyspeptio aud bilious symptom. Sick headache, ner vousness, sallowness ot the oomplexion, fur upon the tongue, vertigo and those nmiiv in describable and disagreeable sensations caused by indigestion, are too ofton perpetuated by injudicious dosing. An immediate abandon ment of such random and ill-advised exneri menu should be the first step in the direction ot a cure; the next sten the use ol this stand ard tonio alterative, which has received the uiguest medical sanction and won unprece dented popularity. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. Smiike Jtyue'i 'gjHmg Dill pui'haiflTobacoo. ' Camels in Arizona. Some two years since a herd of camels was driven to Yuma county, Arizonn, with tho intent to render them aervicablo in I lio Territory as beasts of burden. As the expectation formed of them was not realized, they were turned loose by their owners to roam eastward along the Gila river at their own ruminating will. They appear to have enjoyed their liberty, and to have profited by it. Not only have they thriven its though they had beenin their native Africa, but they have bred liberally, and seem to have become do mesticated to the region.' It is thought that the now generation of camels willbe thoroughly acclimated, nnd used to the alkaline waters peculiar to tlfat section. Tho waterless descft of Sonora, to the south and southeast of Yuma county, contains vast deposits of salt, sulphur, borax and soda, with immense mineral ores in the mountains. These camels may yet bo employed to advantage in transporting those products, for they can go without water as neither horses nor mules can. As is well known, the inside of their second stmnnch and of a portion of their first stomach is lined with cells in which water is stored up and retained, enabling them to endure long drought. It would be singular if the rejected nnd wandering camels should yet be found to be the best means of developing the re sources of Sonora and much of the coun try roundabout. Nevertheless, it would be' only ono of many instances in which apparent accident has succeeded where design lias failed. During the fiscal year 1878, tho United States exported to foreign countries 21, 837,117 pounds of butter and 245,620,853 pounds of cheese. Of this, England took 9,251,900 pounds of butter, nnd 107,200,520 pounds of cheese. What tho weather says to tho linon collar is " Wilt thou," nnd it invariably wilts. The Forfretfiilnens of People. Tho Oxlord prolessor who, to avoid tho wind when taking sun IT, turned around, but forgo to turn back, and wnlked six miles into the country, was no more lorgetl'ul than those who still use the huge, drastic, cathartic pills, lor getting that Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Piirgativo Pellets, which are sugar-coated, and little larger than mustard seeds, are a positive aid reliable cathartic, readily correcting all irregu larities ol the stomach, liver nnd bowels. Sold by druggists. "Whnt tortures are intlieted by a disordered liver! Pains in tho right side and under the right shoulder blade, headache, nausea, indiges tion, costiveness, unpleasant taste in the mouth and low spirits are among its indicia. Besides, the snrVron tinge it imparts to the skin is the reverse of becoming. But Dr. Mott's Vege table Liver Pills speedily dispel the symptoms by remedying tho disordor which produces thorn. Sold by all druggists. Tlio Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. have takou the highest honors nt all world's exhibitions for mora than twelve years viz.: nt Paris, 18C7; Vienna, 1873 j Snntiago, 1875; Philadelphia, 1876; and Paris, 1878; and they aro the only American makers who have taken such nt any. CHEW The Celebrated "Matchless' Wood Tag Plug Tobacco. The Piokeek Toiiacco Compam, New York, Boston and Chicago. For throat diseases and alTections of the chest, "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are of value. For coughs, irritation oi tho throat, caused by cold or unusual oxertion ol tho vocal organs, in speaking in public, or singing, thoy produce beneficial results, Tho Mendelssohn Pinno Co., No. 21 East loth Street, N. 1"., sell Pianos nt Factory Prices. Wnte lor a catalogue. FAT' l: It 3I11..L. FOIl SALE, For sale at Lancaster, N. II., a flrat-claEB Mill, now In operation. The plant comprise ten acres of land with full ptiwcr of river, with lft-foot head. Two-etory frame mill, 4o.90,witli annexes barn, storehouse, sheds, scales, Sc. 'J he Mill contains one 72-inch single cylinder, Rice llarton t Kales' machhio, complete! four 2JW-pownU beating engines; two tub bleaches, cutters, calenders reelg; ouc 60 horse-power boiler; and all the appliances for running tne Still. Straw plenty at f. Wood at $2. Excellent freight contracts go with the Mill, which is now on wrapping. Owners have other business. The property, which Is valuable, will be sold at fair price and at a bargain. All inquiries by mail promptly i.swered. Address IIEN'ltY O. KENT, Treasurer I.4.1C4STXH, N. II.. 1379. GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.'S Newspaper Advertising Bureau, tG Cpruce St., New York. HKO. P. KOWKM. CO. conduct an Mry for tho reception of advertisements for Amcrica-i !ii-v..pitpers. ilie most complete estubliuhmuit of the kit,d in the world. f.iwo newspapers are kept regularly on flle open to the Inspection or customers. Kvi-ry advertisement Is taken at the home price of the paper, without any additional chariie or colmofgniou An advertiser, in dealing with the Ata'iicy. ib stived troulile and correspondence, making one contract instead ol a doien, a hundred or a thousand. A hook of M paires, contaiutni; lists of best papers, largest circulations, religious, agrlcirtiiral.elass.political, daiiv and country palters, and all publications which are specially valuable to advertisers, with some information about prices, is sent to any address on receipt of ten ieiil4. Persons at a distance wishing to iiihko coniraeiB tor advertising in any town, city, county. Slate or Territory of the I niled States, or any portion of the Dominion of Canada, may send a concise statement of whal they want, together with copy or the AUVKKTIHKMh.vr they desire Inserted, and will receive information hy return mail which will enable them todecide whether to increase or reduce the order. t or such inlormalion mere is no ennrge. inter., are taken for a single paper as well as for a Ustj fora single dollar as readily as lor a larger sum. papor llircctorv t price five dollars!, a complete list of all American Newspapers, and a Uazetteer of the towns In which they are issued. I.eO. I". MOWeil I O. KIBO l.ui.ii.u .lie Aicni,i'i ,-.ci- A man of noted health was asked how It was he seemed to le alwavs well. " I am not particular in my meals; 1 eat what I like: and whenever I feel under the wealber. 1 resort to my Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient, whirl, i Vunn .iw.vi In the house. Wise man. and economical as well, lie does not resort to violent meaus for relief, lie uses Nature's remedy in the shape of IM. airientfeo) By AX BmraaKn. CAPONIFIER Is the Old lie liable Concentrated Lye FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKING. Directions accompanying each can for making Hard Soft and lollel aoap Muwstxy . IT IS FULL WJUOBT AND BTRESQTB. The Market Is flooded with (so-called) Concentrated Lye, which Is adulterated with salt and realn, and St Ml 9UMMf- SiYS U0HKT, AltO BUT TMS SaponifieIR MADK BY THB Pennsylvania Salt ManuTg Co., PHILADELPHIA. ,,nlt,, o sitow A laru coiumiftHion, to sell our new V will ,y AgtiiUt biiiiiy t w.-uierfiil mvnr: -mi. He TOCH13T inrTIOiV A H Y, SO.OOOWonisand kr. Kooie'i isii .wu vi oue year, 50c York. BIG TP 4 V. With Stencil Outfit. What oosas 4 cts sells rapidly for rtl els. catalogue Ire S . Virtue, ill WWII St., Huston, M Improve, lienntlfy. Refine nnd ElevntP. JSOORE'S conrcTKT iit n. i. t. moo tie. (fbmuler and for Tumty-fvt mart Rtitor qf Moon't Rural , Aew-lwfcrr), ts devoted to the Untie Intkrksts of those who delight In Kluwers, Fruits, Shrubs, l.ainlpi'npe and Vegetable Onrdenliig, c. Ac. Specially designed for all lovers or Suburban antl Knral Life, whether lorated In Town or Cnuntrv. or McIiiir In Cottage, Villa or Mansion. First (Jmiet number Now Heady. , Monthly Twentv-four barge Quarto rages. Only Sl.no a year Single Copy, 15 Uents. Sold by all Newsdealers. Agents wanted averywhere. For Speci mens, etc, address . itloore Knnu ljtre,:si mra inw, ra. a . First i:tnlllnliel Most Successful I THK1M 1NSTRI!MR1T3 have a Standard Value In all the Leading Markets Of the World ! Everywhere recognized as the FINEST IN TON R. OVER 80,000 Marie niHl In via. New Designs constantly. Bctl t oik ami Lowest Prices. i- Send for a CatA.oxne. TrQuioat St., opp. WaUftam St.. Boston, Mass Forllcauty of Polish, tiavrnfr Labor, Cleanliness, Durabllliv nnd cheiimicsB. lTneoimicfi. .MOl&K JJUOti. Vioprlctois, Cauton. Jliua FOITI DOLLARS CASR I we will Inst-rt a seven-line advertisement one week In a INt nf ZtW weekly newspapers, nt fmr lines tn a liUV-rr-nt Hut ot 317 pipers, or ten lines two weeks in a rhotee of either nf four it(n.irnt nnd HiNtitu-t lUt. rnntriltiliiL' fruin 7 to im p ipers carh, or four lines one week fn all four I or tne small MrU. or one line one. week in ai! six ItrMacom lilnel, behiK more than l.mw pupers. We a!sn have lists or papers ly states throne hout the I nlteil States ami (Mnadn. Henil for our UM-paee pAUiphlet- A-ldress HKO. J'. KOWKIJj (JO., lit .Spruce Street, New York. THE Reliance, may he placed In limit'! Itemed v for the prompt cure of Kidney, Blad der and I'rlnsry DUc.ises. Hunt's ltemecly cures Diabetes, tiravel, Dropsy, General Dehliity, and Pains in fhe Side, Hack nnd Loins. 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A proper Hank to collect amount due under newAa ke.ks or Pension Kill, furnished gratuitously, to reculai subscribers only, and such cluims tiled in Pension Ofllce mioui cnargo. January numuer as specimen copy iree. StMidrorit. GKOlUiK K. LKMON A CO.. WuKlihiu'lm), D. C. Lock Kox 21). CURED FREE. An infallible and unexcelled Remedy for Fit,ICiUepy or FallliitcMeknesa warm uteri to e Het t a pee ty and r I'.ii.u Hi'!1 cur.?. " A free buttle " of nn ITS: renowned specific and a vjinahl- Treatise sent to anv sullen sending me his P. O. a id Kx- press aaiircss. Dr. H. G. ROOT, Pearl Street, New York. . i. nuur, mil re an sircer, cw iotk. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE S. OF THE The crest interest In the thrllliniz history of onr coun- ttv mukes this the. fastest-sell inc book ever published PrieoR rp-iiiced 4 ner tent. It Is the most comulet History of tho V. S. ever published. Send for extra terms 10 Agents, ana see wny u sens so very rasi. Aaurew N ational Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. M OILER'S TO" COD-LIVER OIL wt" medical RiitlioriticH in the world. Given higliem awariat lis vyuuira uxpottinoi.8, ana at I'ariB, HOMES NEAR THE WEST. A choice from over l.onO acres Iowa Lnniltt. lue wi'tst li-Min Ciilcaiid, at from &? to SH rT ai re, in furni ! lots und on oany terms. Low frelK'tiUtaiid ready murk ti. ! N wil ilen lets no uirue no Iimmng. l.nu'l-explontiB . ui-fceirt inmi i iiichko, iree in imvein. or jhiipn ram- pui'-is mm urn iniiirniaiion nppiy to IOW A K41LHOAlLAl COMPAIVV. OtMlar K.t)itlt, Iowa, or W4 lUiuldlph Street, ('hlcaKO WARNER DRC'S CORSETS receive,! Mir 1111. -( M-n;l ;ttlic rcreiil i'AKIM KX IMISMTHPN. over m:i n'i t.m. i-i.rtii ttitt.iiH. 'J'l-Mr FLI.X1 IS liK fill fOElT il-U Umcrj - Is WAltJULTa. i nut to U titk dnwii mrr l!u- titp. Pr T -tr IMPROVED HEALT 1 CORS'l U liin-lc wiiii ttie Tetuiinc Bun, w liicL rantt au j fltxItiU) and COUtevlUA no Ujii-a. Frit by mall, ft. 0. Fur uli Iit U letlnc i .trchant. WiRNKB BR0S..S51 Broad , T. . T. 3Iasou & Hamlin Cabinet Organs Demonstrated beat 1y TlimiKST T1WORS AT ALL WOKLU'SKXPOSinoXS r UK TwKLVB YBAKS. via. at Fa his. LHV7: Vienna. Sintiaqo. 17V. Piiii.adei. fiiiA, lHTGj Pakis, is;s, und Gkand Swedish (told Medal only AnitTUvm urtiuna ever awar-ieit inirnest lion ora tit anv suuh. Solil fur catth or installmeiitM. Illus TttATED Catalogues and Circular with new styles and prices, sent free. MAnON C UAMUiN OKU AN (JO liostun. New inrk or ( hicaco. If used from Maine to San Francisco, bnnciiK wtiU It joy to many nnitners. n u-ui.niuti tu. on every lanei. lane no oilier. KEI LT STEEL BAR3FCNCR WIRE. ' at tola Qtidtr itmUnU of 1 S and rali b. for it. Send for circuits and prut liit. 1fi'l protlis on h days' luvcr.tment of 01 A A igjJ in ICaiisaa Pacinc. Mav ia. Proptirtinnal 'eturns every -fk on Stock Options of :t, i. iMft wiu. OtUcial i-iKrts ant Circulars lice. Aildreiu. T. POTTKH M'MillT k CO.. Kroltera. Wall St.. N. T. TltFTH 19 MIOHTT1 Pfr.r karnHs, la. S.D tW U Viiarl, will (to c CNi4 Villi I car kiM. Mlor wymm U lck f kklr, mtmI is )aa itTNl nln f ;t hurt kiibW w airs, URtb at nl tka Una aad slu. ak.,. M ill trii , a4 ikadsls rsnniM, l Aiitmm. fW. MABTINM. taTri!i WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Seventeen Youns Men to n Tftliri-a.i.iiv. iiooti sttUAlions siuranteed. For full particulars addnas sure reik. K.IUDFR8 PASIILLES.v lnoes6cta. 1THM1. aini. iAAn Invested In Wall St. Stocks make 3iUl0dlJUU fortunes every month. Hook sen free explamina evervthina. " Address BAXTER k CO.. flankcrB, IT Wall St., N. 1 OI I Nfi MFN l-eara T.'lenraiihy snd w " earn iiu lo lliai l v Qlonin. nvery aranuaie nui Kvery ftraduate guaranteed a payloif situa tion. Addreas a. vaieniiue. Manager, Janesvllle, w la. nnmaa hbiiu tkm hum llftJIIIrri samls cured. Lowest prlcei Urlilltl towrite. Dr.P. K. aiarsh.t aarnA MO.UTIl-AirentsWante 3Qjyselliiiaarticles In the world, one sanipla frea. Young Men Prepared for business In the Hochester Hutlnesa l!ul- versity r Circulars rrue. ClT YEAH and expenses toaents. Outlll Pree 94 4 4 Address J. O. V10KEHYL AugusU. Malue. QQQnfi YEAR Howt.Mak.lt. Mas A,mm JV Vu""" W W fwaan msiii Mat if mm mam mum iiSftaa Y iil y fKEIXT STEEL BAR3 FCNCR WIRE. 9 At ml ondrr (ttUnU of 1 and llb- l for it. Bcn.l for circular and prm liit W (m For Two Generations Tlia cood nnd staunch old stand-by, MEXICAN MUS TANG LINIMENT, has done more to assuage pain, relieve siitlerinsr, nnd save the lives of men nnd beasts than nil other liniments put together. Why f Because the Mustang pene trates through skin nnd flesh to the very bone, driving out all pain and soreness aud morbid seerclions, and restor ing tho afflicted part to sound aiid supple health. n y n u n a:i " " JOHNSON'S New Method of Harmony, By A. N. Jonxson. (turn.) Just Published. Tills new book Is so simple and clear In Us explana tion, that any music teail'.er or amateur ran get an excellent Idea of the seleme. hy simply reading It through. At the Mine lime, a numi iiiuiouun e n- i. marked out for those who w!h to he comin.sers. Inclnd ii!2 work for miinv months, without, or still lielteritb a teneher. Thimmmlt am nw lenrn that miw m naiinf been able to do so. The CosdgI of Joy U rccpivcfl with the RToat- t fnvor hy all who bav pxmnlmHl U, an-t ts, in llael f, alriw.y a tirent Kinross S.'ii'l for II. L'so It In (IriivotittoiiH, .SaMmth-Rrhonl U.-Ulierinirs, nniP'CoiiKressobi" Cmnp, Praise anjl Praywr niL-ctiiifiB. (35 eta.) nail Ntiri, By 3. M. MrlHtosn. (3n cts.) uiilnliiK Jltver, Il.v II. 8. w. o. I'mimhs. (ss cts.) Kivcr of IJfe. Hy 1'f.ukins Hesti.t. (33 cts.) Mrlliv U'atcrs. Hy n. F. Honors. (35 cts.) Choral Pi-Rtae. Hy J. II. Watekbuht. -(2f cts.) v.vr. Kmnl,iv-eliool Rone Hooks that it Is bant to boat. antl whlrh contain a gnat ileal of flue music to be found nowhere else. Any hook mailed, post-free, for retail price. OLIVER ltlTSOX S) CO., Boston. C. II. IHTSOIV fc CO., 8411 nrondwoy, New York. J. K. IHTSOiV Jfc CO,, O'J'J Chestnut Street, l'litln. PETROLEUM JELLY i n fA ' w V ASBLlINE. drand Medal at the Philadelphia Exposition') Sliver !Iedal at tile PnrU Exposition. Tlii. most valnalila fnlnllv remeilv known for tb trfalnii-iit of wotin.ls, luirni, sorts, i-uts. skin diseases. rhfunmtuiii. clilililalns. i-aliirrli, lieniiTrnoMs, ic. aiso , fur ct'iinlis, colds, sore Ihroul. croup an.l illiihtherla, etc, I scil ami nm.roveu ly the lca.liliu iihysiclaus of Europe an-! America. The toilet articles mn.le rrom riire vaseline socn aa I'llM iliK.Clll.il CIIKAU.i:AMl'IKIU lOK.aml TOILKT SOAl'd are superior to any similar ones. Thy tuem. ( OI.IJATi; ifc CO., Mole Audita, New Torlc. 25 and .10 cent bIzcs of all our goods. 9011 nypn uruKfisia. EXO To tha boat lands, In tha best cllmst", with the has roaraaca, aaa on me im le.mr, "".",v Mlnaeapolls A Manitoba B', (lata 8t. Paul Paclllo. 3,000,000 ACRES Maloly In the f amous RED RIVER VALLEY OFTHE NORTH. Oa loaf time, low prit-aa and aaay payments. Pamphlet with full Information mailed free. Apply t D. A. McKINLAY, Land Com'r, t. P. M. A H . K'y. t. HmhI. Minis. THE NEW YORK SUN. IA1XY, 4 paget. ! rts. a monthi rMI.SO s year. KVX MAY. H panes, fr 1 . a year. VI-'.ICHI.Y,paKes. 1 a year. Till.- Kiiai'o.. n, lurrst circulation and la tn chfun.-st and moat Interesting paper In tha United Stittes. THE WEEKLY fSl'JV Is emphatically tha pec pie's family paper. .,..v v . i)SB 1IOTTJ.K WAKKANTED A porfei t cure forallkluilsof PII.KS) Two to four bottles In the woit cases of I.KPROSY, SIJROFl'I.A SALT HHKl'M. KIIKI'MATISM K1I)SKYS.UYSPEPSIA,CANCKK, C'ATAKKll. ami all iliseases of lbs SKIM an.l HI.OOU. Knllrely Vena ...i.l.. I.,tur,.ul anrl vtfn,.l lliu. 1 jrrtW Money returned In all cases of f all- iM iir.. none for ai years, bold even'. Send for pamphlet, f 1 a Bottle. II. 1 roWLK, Boston. ivm " a rt .is tll WRirirr PMllM tin i- I UP HI LL. Rv nnt who haa been there! "RISE and FALL ot the MOUSTACHh By the Burlington naweya humorist. Samantha as a P. A. and P. I. By Josiah Allen's wife. rhe three brightest and best-aelling books out Agents you can put these books In everywhere. l8t terna given. Address for Agency, AHaaiuaa ruoi.ioaui O'll., Hartford, Ul.l Chicago, in. A UK Alt AUL, THE TIME Tha Tery best goods direct from the Importers at Hal he usual cost. Best plau ever orlered to (Mob Agent and large Buyera. A Li, Kil'KESS (JHAHUtS PAIP New terms r'UKK. The Great American Tea Company at and S3 Vesey street. New York. p. o. Box tr.m. rafi a? .a ......I 4. rrt.. Portland Now Ymk' v Vi TOWERS, V '& OFFICES, Vv iitiL-st:s D U S TEAS Maine, for be.t Acency lliisiuesa lu uis wLHU World. Kxneiisive (lutnt Flee. SStTf a Month aud expenses guaranteed to AgeuU Wi t Outtttfrea. SauwCoAuuusTii.Mai?: ASK your Druggist or BioretcWror OSMl'K'8 PIAHJtllfcA iti;sitt. HiHhW.