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WEDNESDAY 10M1S9, I.UfB 18. (874. Daath of Senator Sumner. lion. Charles Samner, of Massachu setts, was suddenly stricken down bo Wednesday last, by a swift ioflama tion, and death quickly followed. He follow, thus quickly after Fillmore, and bia death will fall as a sudden shock on the nation. lie has well earned for himself the title of "states man," and has borne it in honor for many years. Of incorruptable integ rity, he has never been eiupicioned as having a part in any corrupt Con . gecssional seheme. Strong in his con victions, he has been a firm and influ ential friend of the colored race, fight ing for them in the days , when great courage was required, to speak in their behalf in the United Slate Senate. .Hi poitivcase, united with the dis- ae which at last culminated In hi ceatb, is generally credited aa' the cause of his differences with President . Grant and the Republican party. He was persuaded about a year ago to go abroad, and derived considerable beu ' efit from his trip. His health,' howev er, was not entirely restored, and his "physicians felt it imperative to dis--uad him from a proposed attempt to lecture at several prominent points in the' country." As an'orator.scbolar and jurist, he was eminent, and bia legis lative history is indelibly impressed on that of the country. His life, was one of great usefulness and his death will be widely lamented. Charles Sumner was born in Boston, January 6, 1811, and was, therefore, ia his sixty-fourth year at the time of his death. His ' father was a lawer, and the son, having graduated at Har vard at nineteen years of age, was , bred to the law, under the tutorship of - Judge Story. He was admitted to the - bar in 1834, achieving at once a wide reputation, and recuring & largo and .profitable practice. He was soon ap- pointed Reporter for the United States Circuit Court, and in tb'yt capacity is tued three volumes known as . "Sum ner's Reports," containing the deci sions of Judge Story. During this time he lectured frequently before the ' law school, and edited a quarterly law magaiine. In 1837 he proceeded . to Europe, where he remained three years, one of which was spent in Eng land, and fwo in traveling in Italy, Germany and France. On his return to Boston he resumed the practice of law, and in the course of a few years published an elaborately atyjotafed edition of "Vesey's Reports," in twen ty volumes. Up to this time he had taken no active part in politics ; but on the 4th of July, 1845, he delivered an address on "The True Grandeur of Nations," in which he took strong ground against war with Mexico, and gainst war at all as a means of set tling international, disputes. This speech attracted very general atten tion, in this country and Europe. He also opposed the annexation of Texas, . on sioti slavery grounds. .. In 1848, he favored Van Btiren and Adams as Free Boilers. When Daniel Webster resigned his seat in the Senate to en ter Fill more's Cabinet in, .1850, Sum , ner was elected to fill his place by a coalition of Free-Soilers and Demo crats. In the Senate, his first speech was - against the constitutionality of the fugitive slave act, and from this on he consistently pursued the course he then marked out, hostility to slave--ry. In the debate on the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, his speech on "The Crime Against Kansas'' was made the occasion of Brooks' assault upon him, the injuries from which caused much suffering for three or four years., ..in 1858 be was re elected to the Senate by a nearly unanimous vote. He visited Europe that year, but re turned iu the .Autumn. Ia 1858 he went to Europe, receiving in Par is, medical treatment for the cure of the injury suflered from Brooks' assault On his return, a year later, he deliv ered his address on "The Barbarism of Mi-very." In the canvass of 1860 he spoke for Lincoln and Hamlin, and in the secession excitement that followed, was nrm against all attempt at com "promise, and was among the first to propose tbe emancipation of the slaves. vu ine no oi march, iooi, be was suade Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations, and retained the position for about ten years, tilling it with great ability. lie opposed the seizure of Mason and Slidell as unjust- ijiable aud as his last great etibrt, op posed the lleverdy Johnson protocol for the settlement of tbe Alabama dif ficulty. Last year he went to Europe for brs health, avoiding thus tbe ex citement of the Presidential campaign. While abroad he recuperated some what, but has steadily declined iu "health siuce. The excitemeut result ing iY'jia tbo rcadiug of the resolutions VT. R. DUNS' of the Uaasachnselta Tcrialatnro re scinding its censure of his battle-flag resolution, is nttriDutea as me imme diate cause of his death. He will be mourned as one of enr greatest state men gone. lUtburgh Gaett. Our readers will recollect that some six months ago we cave in our columns an account ,of a fraudulent and secret divorce, obtained at Prairie du Chicti, Wisconsin, by a A. Reeser. oi i leasanivuio, Venango county, and that Hon. M. C. Bccbe had been re tained by the injured wife to obtain redress for tbe eross wrontr committed. We are reliably Informed that the case was opened upon proof of the fraud committed, and the divorce formally annulled. This leaves Mr. Reeser and Mrs. Reeser No. 1, in the same marital relations that they sustained toward each other befors any proceedings were commenced, but whose wife No. 2 is, is the question. Unless C. A.- Reeser can be husband to two wives at the same time, she has no husband. Still she married Reeser in good faith, and we do not know that she has ever for feited her right to consider herself an honest wife. The case ij mixed.- Zf?r; The following items are from the Warren Ledger " ' Warren county now kas five ne wants Pers two in Warren, one inTidioute, One in YoUnuBvilln. nnd in Kilns, Grove, each claimiug the largest circu- i.uon, we oeuove, and each exceeding the others in tha amount and t- -;.. of material. Beside those, there are six job offices in Warren borough, not includiug Hazel tine's Piso printing es tablishment, which prints more paper than all the newspapers in the County combined.. ., , The second week of Court ended ast Monday. Jndo-e Wtninr k;nr. been so seriously injured in-attempting to save' a servant - girl from the flames aS to be unable to preside. ; He telecrrsDherl for to procure a Judge, mid the Court fraa I It. 1 1 , . . . . . uut cnneu. inenoieiB mied up with witnesses, iurors and nartie lint nil returned home to the elm grin of the landlords who had made up .their minds to a full week's business. ' But as serious as it was to others, the cause was greater to Judge Wetmore. The clothes of ihe servant girl caught fire from the explosion of a kerosene lamp. ' "It looks as though Charles Sum ner s grave were to become the nation al altar, and as though we would -all. Republicans and Democrats, loyalists and rebels;; offer up on it 1 a - common sacrifice." Philadelphia Iress. ' now about the retusal of the Vir ginia Legislature to pass resolutions of respect for hi mehiory? Does that indicate a desire to bury the prejudi ces and animosities of the past? -burgh Commercial. .' -! The colored address label on each paper shows the date to which the sub-- scriber has paid, thus Thos Turner 174, . .. signifies that Mr. Turner has paid for his paper until March 1st, 1874 The mail list is corrected weekly. By con sulting the address label every subscri ber can tell how his account stands. Our accounts go back no further than the 1st of January, '73, the ac counts previous to that time being payable to the old firm. The old sub scription book is yet in our hands, and our receipts will be recognized by the old firm. fif To the Citizens ojv Peiosby'lva- JU. Your attention is specially in vited to 'the fact that the National Banks are now prepared .to receive subscriptions to tbe Capital Stock of wiu venionniai xtoara oi r inanee. ihe funds realized from this source are to be employed in the erection of the L. -1 J.' i ., -r . .. . .. ouiimnga lor ine international .Exhi bition, and tha ernenses ennnactai with the same.- It is confidently ' be lieved that the Keystone Htate will be represented bv the name of tvnn iii. ren alive to patriotic commemoration oi ine one nunareatn birth-day of the nation.- ine snares of stock are offer ed for $10 each, and subscribers will receive a handsomely ' steel engraved Certificate of Stock, suitable for fram ing and preservation as a national memorial. , Interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum will bo paid on all pay ments of Cenlenial Stock from' dato of payment to January 1, 1870. ' Subscribers who are not near a Na tional Bank can remit a check or post office order td the undersigued. - Fkkok., Frai.ev, Treasurer, tf -, , 904 Walnut St., Phila. Make money fast aud honoraoiy, $12.50 per day, or $75 per week, by at once apply for a territorial right, (which are given freo to agents,) to sell tbe best, strongest, moot useful, add rapid selling Sewing Machine, and l atent Button Hole Worker, ever used or recommended by families, or buy one for your own use ; it is only $5. Sont free everywhere by express. Ad dress for particulars Jerome B. Hud sou & Co., Cor. Greenwich & Cort landt Sts., N. Y. 256m JOB WORK nearly eie-ute l at theRE- THE AMERICAN A HIGHLY JOURNAL OF TIIU . -' IRON, COAL, METAL AND GLASS TRADES All , xrn' nrw.,n Twelfth Year, In T i, A, t "v'Ti J'ubhcdatPiltsburKh.thecentoroftheheavylron. Staol and Olasa Indimtria of tha country, it nan (aollitiea for Raierinir Information of ihoaeTraileii aiich wno other paper poasoawa. In addition It ha. nearly One Hundred rorreapondoiita In all paru of the country, from whom it la eonatnntly In receipt or Newa. Amona It Sneolaltioa matron mentioned! J . 1 Ita Vafc of Cjndtmacd MAnufaoturlnR Notoa Ita Able Knplish tttor z I1if.hK1.r2 $ r,0 Unl Ita MnntlilT Report from Illat Kurnace i Ita Iron Wnrknra' Wn,r. 1.1.1.. SUBSCRIPTION, . . -.oBmpiB vopiea aent roo ou application. AMtiHlUAN MANUFACTUREIl, 07 Wood Hired, Pittsburgh, Pn. 44 3m HOfilE LIFE IN THE BIBLES "' -V ' - .... Rv the author of "Nlqht Seonoa In the L. 1 Bnd ""r Father"- Houaa," of which nearly 800,000 Jiave" been aold. ohu',ol'P8"theauUor aVst hnnk " "full Of nm-i.ma II......U.. ,.,r.:.?.' rr?!r;n- ;u perns," "a choice brvk for ev ery family.'1 . Steel anirravlnva ' m. per, rich binding; and for rapid aalo un- Tt-achers and nerirymen, wantel In erery vinnt wtk. tn ! circular, ZI-EGLEK A M'CL'RIJY- aim Arch St.i rhlldelpUia, Pa. .. . 46 it A. 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Ut, - .... v. . . ..i nwj HI (111, and no other man will have tha right to awn id yourcoumy. write to me sou yon vu uionv iou per wwk vv rite to uie and secure Uie oounty you live In. , WRITE TO ME NOW, ji. jjvy i r., j-aicnioe, no. a Sixth St., PiiUburgh, Pa. y,H lm WE WANT YOU To actna Anents, and distribute our' New Ariv..rtiiin. Mapa. mounted on Knfinb Cloth, buiiiit a complete Map of the United Statos. We Rive these Mapaaway frrntia and will allow you one dollar for every Map you distrib ute in every county and atate in the Union. Male and Kemalo Agents wanted. Ad dress Immediately onclowfiig ono dollar ror outfit of liva Maps, Territory, Circu lars, and full particulars . ADVEKTIKINU MAP CO., wf4 lm East Brady P, O., Clarian Co., Ta, PENNSYLVANIA : , OEN- TIJ. A T. . 17 A IT.HO A Ti ON AND AFTER 11 P. P. Sunday May 1. 1870. Train arrive at aud leava the Union Depot, corner of WawMnton and T iUn . r. i i . VIVOV, MS lOUOWS; 1 AH.K1V li. Mull Train 1 51A . n. . V.. T 10 10 . --- , 1 t m m ! ell s accommodation No. 1,6.20 am - AJiiiibuii accuniiiKKiailon io i, 7,00 a m; Wall' accommodation No !2. 8.65a m -rin. Oinuati express 0.20 am: Johnstown ac commodation W.aa a in ; Braddock'a ac commodation No 1,7.00 prii; Pittsburgh HIWW P "il J-aeiuo express J.oa p m ; Wall's accommodation No 3, 2.6 p ni ; Homewood accommodation.No 1, 9.65 p m; Wall's accommodation No 4, 5.50 p ni; Briaton accommodation No 2, 1.10 p u; Way Passenger iO.20 urn, , Rrtllthern ........d ' n ... . T .! i - j... .... m ... . .IM.1UU r JV " nrAuN 2.40 a m , W.ll'a .v........l...;n' 1, 6.S0a in 1 MaU Train 8.10 a in 1 Urinton's uajuuiiuuuauon u.zv a m 1 uraauocit ao- ninimfuluttin Vn T R in n . . ."...........; . , ... . .1 J 1 111 , . iiiuiuuUU express 12.35 p mi Wall's accommodation KJ II El .... 11 . . , .11 m lu 1 iuuiuhjwu auouniureuauoii 4.06 p in ; limiifwioij accomiuodatjon -No 1 R SO n m . T1.;wi.il.,l,; o Kit ... . all accommodation No3,3.05 p ni Wall's accomnioilation No 4, 6.05 p in ; Fast Line 7.40 n mi Wall s No3. 11.00 0.111. The Church Trains leave Wall's Station every Sunday at U.05 a. 111., reaching Pitta uurii ui m.uoa. 111. nuturiimg loava Pitts burgh at 12.50 p. m., and arrive at Wall's Ktalion at ') in m Cincinnati express leaves d.ily, , South ern ox nross uiuiy except Mou-.luy. All oth er Trains daily, except Snndav. For further information apfv to W II u vt -tr 7 f-i-'ir A The Pennsylvania Railroad Company nl" any iik ior uaggs X ft1lt til VI an -4 . T .1 11..... .1 1-- 'ip Ajiimgi, nil', iliiiii. flieir rsponsibility to due Hundred DoUai-val- .... .icH.uga -DA-wvtiiiig mat a. ouut ... . niu" niu w ni um riHH. 01 ilia filer unless takeu by apecial contract. ' A. J. C'A&hAl ; - General HuperintenUent, Altpona Pa. pOXSTANT EMPLOYMENT ' At uuino, maie or female, SOS -to- ffiO a week warranted. No capital required. 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Bennett Old. polls ' ' No. 1. 8.40 am .4H " No. 3. 1.20 p ni J.4 fl.02 1 9.10 2.oa " 2.14 " am Trains make close eonui-otfons at Oleoioli witb trains on tha Oil Crouk A Allegheny Itivcr Builway, North aaid South. 1 Two Li nea of Stages nn daily letween Pitliole City, Miller Fau-iu nd l'lousunt villc, niakingconnoi-liou witUnt-j-ivliig and departing Trains. J, T. BLAIR, ' II. WH'KHAM, - Hup't. picket Agont. PitlioraClty, Pn.. lOU WORK ti'-atl-e-ejecutcd at thiottica at reasoraula rates. TJa "American" DRUG STORE ! Jas. H. Fouos, Proprietor, . (at th aid Uad of Frt 0. Drag Stor) KLM STRKXT, . - Tiviimta, P. i . .. Agnt for , ' ' . Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound. D R IT GI S , PATENT MEDICINES TOBACCO, ; CIGARS, i.. i NOTIONS, 1C, LIQUORS, -Fr , JMifm w; QSLr " oiw ieaa, parieciiy pwr, HI . MUCH cheaper than furmarly. , Also all kinds ot Oils. Rarosona. Tur. Dentins, Benzine, Toilet Articles, rPar fuurciles. do.i for sals chatD. ' n i'' JAS. II. FONE3. TV III? 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Ad dress for the Paper or concerning Patents, MUNN A CO., 87 Park Row, New York. Branch Otlloe, cor. F and 7th ats., Wash ington 1. C. w4U lm NEBRASKySRIST MILL. THE CRIST MILL at Nebraska (Lacy town,! Forest county, has been thor oughly overhauled nd refitted in first class order, and is now ruuuiiig and doing all kinds of CUSTOM UKIXDIXU. . . FLOUR, , FEED, - ' ANb OATS. Constsntly on hand, and old at the very lowest figures. R, am .- ; . . HW. LgpaBtl '" Allegheny Valley Rail . Road. ON AND after Monday Feb. i Trains will rnn as follows (Philadclohia Timet: Train leave Oil Cltr for Pittsburgh at 2:1.' p. in. 7:45 a. ni. arriying at Pittsburgh at 10:05. and 3:00 p. m. Brady's Bend Accommodation leaves Oil fh)y at:12 p. in. arriviug at Brady' JJUIK! llfc V.OJ 1, in, Trains lcav l'iiutburgh for OU City at 7:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. m.,' arriving iu" Oil City at 2:33 and 0:45 p. in. Oil City accommodation leaves Brady's Band at ii:U) a. m.- arriving ft 011 City t V2m p. m. " v .. ' - 'rains leave Oil City for Buffalo at &4I p. m. 6:20 a. m, and tf:10 a. iu. arriving in Buttatloat H:55 p. ui. 1:10a.m. anil 7:25 p.ui. Trains leave liullalo for Oil City at :5 p. m. and 12:25 p. ni. arriving at Oil City at 2:10 p. m. and 8:20 p.m. A 11 trains given aliove run through from Pittsburgh to Butlalo uid return, without change of cara. Trains tan ou Philadel Thia time, which is 20 iniiuito fnster than Pittsburgh time. Th time at Bulla! i L. 8. ift M. B. K'y time which ia 2s miuaies slower than Philad-I4ila tune u. At Rod Bank Junction thi' road con with tho Eastern Extension which run to Brook vlile,leaving Red Bank at 11:45a. in. and 7:50 a. in. arriving iu Brookvillo at feSO and 12:i0p. m. i ; - - - Tlie train leaving Red Bank at 11:43 p.m. arrives nl Roy ltoldsvillo at 3:40 p. in. J. J. LAWRENCE, T.M.KING, Ueii'l. fctup't. Ass t. Sup't. - CO Ann AYKAR MADE , V&UKJJ V' wri'll OURHPLENDID COMBINATION PROSPECTUS. It represents sample page and stylo Of uiimuiK i uu miciiseiy inieresiiiig ana useful nooks, that sell in every fuuiily. Best thing ever tried by Canvassers. Agents anted, to make a permanent iiusinoss on incse works in every county. Prospectus sent post-paid ou receipt of price, 91. W. l or i-uculars and liberal terms, midrosa JOU.V E. POTTER, tfc CO., Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa... , W38 4t ' XOTICK. '" " DR. J.N. BOLARD, of Tldioute, has rot.irnHil to his practice after au ab sence of four uionths, spent ill the Hospi tals of New York, where he will atbmd calls in his profession. Office in Eureka Drug Store,' 3d door ibove the raiik.T-idioute, Pa. . fuf - - - . - - -. - . - CMfllfFRQ 1,0,1(1 -3 r,-s- f,u' 1,10 ,hw OIHUnklld HcU'-iu'ijiistiiig cigmeito and i-i'nr holder. :S for 5U t-lh. .f. U. Kubcrl'-i Ji Co., ITi. Ui'.iui wji-, N-v Voi-k. . IfMii'n aaaaaajaaaaaaaaSaSJaaaajaaaijpw,., I)r. J. lVal .orart.Cal I rorii In Yin fs;!ir Kilters nro a purely Vugptnins piopnratioti, iiiiuln cliiclly IVum the nn lire lici ba found on tho lower riuigo of the Sien a Nevada mountains of Califor nia, tho medicinal propcrtio of ivliii-h nro extracted tlimcrioiii nitlioiit tho uao of Alcohol. 'J'lio 'lucstioii is almost daily naked. " What is Hio'ciuino of Ilia linparalloled ucccss of Vixi:i;ah lii r Ti:itsT" Our answer is, that limy lemoro the cause of disease, ami llift pnliniit 1'9 covers lii health. Tliey r.ie lliepi'cal blood piuillei-anil a life iviii5 prlueiplr. a perfect. Unnovatur iin-i . Iiirlgorntnr of tho Fvnieiii. Novel- Ixl'me in th hittnry of" th wsrkl tias it mniirinii brnn c6iiHioiinili-I iliu".iu!:i ' tho relnirkslila i a-.i;UilK nl Vinkiiak IIiitkks iu 1 . c u 1 1 : i tr ho ick ui svciy llican ni.ui ia iii-u I", mrr are a xcUo Purfative in well . Tmnr. i raliviuie Connatimi or IulUiiuunlion of tha l.iver.uuU Vicil C'ijhu. ia ii.lious Uiscase - , . , j, .. - ,. . TllO pTOllOVtil' cf PB- VaIKVh Vl.x.iiAk Itn TKi.ara Ape: ant. Diiiiiluucuc. Canninslive. utlllinu.4. Laxative. Iiiurotin. Sedative, Cuniitcr,Iirr;teul tiuiiorili. Allra tir, aud AutMliiiotw.. . '., ,. .., t! rate Ftil Thnnstiiitls prorl.tim Vi- rem BlTIFIi the mint : wnnilni-fnl In. 1 Vlporant that ever tustsiuod th fliiVirfj No Person cau take tliese Ilitters a (tcoordiug to ducctions, and rciuaiu nn unwell, provided their bones aro not de stroyed by "miljeral poison or other uioaiis, aud vital organs waatod Icyoud reair. - - - - ifilioiHj Kemittent nnd Inter mittent eveif , which rio o preva lent In tho vallcvs of our c;i6at rivers ' throughout tha United Suite-, especially IUO80 oi tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, CmiilKirlaiiil, Ai'knn ami. Red, Colorado, llraro, Ulu Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savnnnah, Itu nnoko, Janioa, and many otheis, witli their vast tributaric4, tln-ouslinut oiw CDtiro country during the Siuuiuor; and Auttiinn, and rcniiu kably no (lin iiiR sen sows of unusual beat :nid flryn"., ai tuva,riali)y iiccomiianled by 8tnsivn do rnngcuionts of tlio htomacu uiul'liris. and other abdominal iscern. . In their liciitiuont, a vurgatlvo, exerting; a poa. eriil inlluciico upon tlirso Tiiiiou or ans; 1 etsontinliy nec.cas!ry. Tlicra is no catbnrtie fur tho I hi muse enual to , DR. J. WAUKIIK'S VlNKCAK UllTKIt. as iuoy win Bpoctiny icmnvo tue uarii colored viscid niatu-r with liiU tha bowel are lomlud, at tho tan-. tima ktimulntins tho secretions of the lirfs, and generally restoring tha hialiiiy fu net Ions of tho digostivo oinn. - Fortify tho body nRfilnst (iiser.s by puiifyiiiR all iu lluidswiili Vinkii h HiriKr.s. No ep'ulumiq e.ui l.u Iwid. of a svstcni thus foi c-ai'incil. DysnepKiii or Intliomtirt. tlead aebc, fain in tho Shoulders. Coughs. Tightness of the Chest, Iifue. Houi Eiuctations or tho Stomach. Il.id Tuslix iu the Mouth, Itiliuus Attacls, , tatiou of the Heart, liillnimnatiun l il:o i.unss, Pain iu tbo region of tho Kid tieys, and a hundred other painful ytnp. totns, are the ulVsprinjjs of livspcp.ti.t. Ono bottlowill proio a better i,J'i:iV:in!t Of IU merit than a lengthy, at!veni .- Uicnt. v Sorofiila, or KIiik'h ii-'vil, wijii 8wolliii)rs, Clcers, KryiHilaik. .sucllrd '. Coitro. 8cnftiniu I iilliiuiiiaiioiK, linlult-ut InlUiiiniatiuns, Mprciirial A lleciiuii-, v.L Sores, Eruptions of tkn .SUin. Sum i'.Uv. ol t. Ill theie, as iu iill.ollier viiiisiitiiiiuiinl IK aatet, WaLKKK'a Vimcvk Hi ttk I j tliavn Unur great c unit ivn powui iu lltj, ioit wbstiitnto and inli'tu-tnliia cM. " For Inthiniiti.'ilory and tiironlj . Ulieuiiiatisiii, (iout, IViliou-i. licmii tcntandliitcniiittcnt l-'cvms, l);r,casei if th illuml, I,i viir. KuliixiM n:iil r.luli'.i.-i, tlisat JiiUurs Imvu im i'iiiiui. lJiu:tt.us . are caused liy Villsti-d liUnd. ... M, Meclianiciil Discuses.-Persons on- fngod in Paints ami .Miuci.iI.h, such an liunbers, Typa-sctturi). Cuhl bu.Uui. i. I Miners, as tln.v uiIvuiii-h i-i life, urs ulii"i-t ' ta paralysis f tlio Hm-.its. 'J'.i Air.l SRaiu.Tt tins, lnko a ib ! aT.KH; , Viv KUA BiTTKirs oei-itiiinll; , For Skin Diseases Ki n;tiii:is,'Ti t- tor, fisll liliuiiiii, LIiiIlIiw Siiuli. l'iiiiiiltit. Pastilles, lluils, CsibmiL-lc-.-i, i'.nig Wuims Scald-head, Sura Eyn. Erylicl.i. Iti-lj. ScaiTu, DitculorntiiHM of the' Skin, liumori Slid Diwasusof Ills Skin of Kli:Cuvyr linnin or nature, aro liu-mlly ilu up ii-ul canii-.i out of tlm item in a 'short tunu by lban of tliese Bittars. - - Fin," Tnwr and other - Worms lurking in tho kvsli-in of ko iiiany llu.iu:uiii-. ar ellostnally Aei-lroyeil ami runiiivsil. .. syttcui of nicilii'iiic, no viumiliiu'e-, i u nn tliohniuitlct will free the system IVciu worn... lik tba Killer. - . .. ,... For Female C'(iii)1ninl s, inyoun orM, niarricd or single, at thetlnuu of wn manhoud. or tho turn of life, tlio-t 'i'uniii Bittsri display so (lvcitlcti an iiilluuius tlisL ilnprtiTtmut it icon iH-rcoptilil.v . Cleuiisothe Vitiated lilood niiei- ver you UuJ iisiuipuruw W.tipx thruugli th ikiu in Iiitiilvs," Kruitinii. in- ,SoreV;: cleans it when you fimi it nb-tria-tcil ayd lUf!ghii -Ii8.vumi: cIcMvjs jt ,u Uuu .:J m. fool ; your luuliiifj-t will tell oh vhfti )Ct-(i tha blood puro, u:.d tbo Uuallh ut ths yv.-tm will follow. i " i H. II. MtUUHALU ti (.. DrUf-riaU sntl Ocu. Afrts.. San Kriun.ug (; ilifunvs. Sad uvr. u( Walilui:l.Mi aait t hiullan la,. Vi V. ttoltl by all lruglals Hod Uculcra. "TRUE TO-- NATURE'." - j ' . . This First-t-lass Chromo wili be given to every subscriber to GQDEY'S LADY'SIBOOKi 1874 Whether to a single sulscribeifor Thrwc l)ollara, or iu a t'luli of Stx, lor i'on toen lioljurs. Address L. A. (iODKY, N. E. for. Sixth and Chestnut .sts., Phlhulol'phin, Pa. '. f.-i in ; in f ..!.- Ii .,.!: l yrut'-n: Clllb-i. - !..4, v.