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Flower and Fruit.
" How lovely," said Amelia Jane Delight her two Illuming, As on they wandered down the lane " The fruit trees in fall blooming t "How sad that they should fade so soon, And shed their petals snowy; Would they might Jast through May and June, They're so unoommon showy 1" : "Amelia Jane," her love replied, " The notion's foolish very I We should not get, did blooms abide, Our apple, pear, or cherry. " And so about their swift deoline I am not a regretter, For though the blossom may be fine, I guess the plums are better." Farm Garden, and Household. To Prevent Hens Breaking; Eogs be Vobx Latino. Feed boiled wheat and pulverized egg shells, and keep coal ashes where the hens ran. A Prairie Farmer correspondent finds a cure for striped bus in pans-green and calcined plaster, in the proportion of one of the former to fifteen of the latter. The Maine farmer who, tempted by high prices, disposed of part of bis hay last Fall, and " economized " to make up the deficiency, has just sold 17 hides, Joseph S. Howe says that one of the chief hindrances to agricultural progress is the reluctance farmers feel toward giv ing the pabho the benefit of .their ex perience, either by writing or by speech Items of Interest. Several of the Boston papers have reduced their prioe and some have in creased their size. In Paris M. Panl de Oassacnao fotteht a duel with M. Lecroy, editor of the Eappel. The latter was slightly wounded. The finest trame of the season in base ball was played in Williamsburg, the Mutuals defeating the Athletics by a score of 8 to 2. The preliminary examinations, seven in number, of Marshal Bazaine, have been completed under the direction of Gen eral Tjariviere. An English lady in the City of Birm ingham has been made to pay a fine of for giving an undeserved " recom mendation" to a discharged domestic t JBefobe his death and at the request of James Gordon Bennett, Archbishop McCloskey visited his oedside adminis tered to him the last sacraments of the Church. INine steamers left New York in one A Faithful Fellow. I heard a story that exceeds anything What the U. S. Congress Did. Among the bills passed by the late Congress which are of general interest, le note the following among the large number passed A Sanguinary History. The Abbe Sierocinski was, before the of Jhe kind I have ever known, says a Polish Bevolution of 1831, superior of correspondent writing from New York, the Convent of Basilians at Ovrens, in Bjrt the way, did you ever hear of Martel, Volhynia. Having taken an active part 4-ViA PrAnlA Tiniw.HvnBcia wfia aiiaa 49svi ir 4Vi aoa infiiiiVAfrinnaiV TrlAWTnATlfa YlA isaed in New York? Well, he had a was incorporated in a cossack regiment f I An act to give effect to provisions of great reputation among tne aristocracy ana aespaconea to serve in oiuena, wnere we lreaty ot waaningcon, reiaung w uhwsu and was consulted bv the first ladies, the ex-abbe might often be seen gallop- and American claims ing on a small wild pony, spear in nana. A professor being required for the mili tary school in Armsk, Sierocinski, who wrote Latin and Greek verses, who could deliver lectures in French and German. and who would readily solve the mostab not only in regard to coiffure, but to dress. No bride was considered ready for the alter until Martel had pronounced sentence upon her appearance. When he. fell sick, and was dying, these fair patrons would alight from their carriages to enquire in person for his health, and struse problems in algebra and Euclid, was nominated to tne vacant post, wmist he was retained in the regimental roll- call. The abbe, though physically deli cate and sensitive like a woman, was men tally a Napoleon m enterprise. He or when permitted, would enter his sick room and nurse him. But this is the remarkable story: During the' Santo Do mingo revolution some years ago, a slave, named Toussoint escaped from that island with his mistress, and went ganized a vast conspiracy, in which con- to France. From France they came to New York, arriving here in a most im poverished condition. Toussaint found, after considerable search, two very cheap and poor rooms, in which he installed victs. soldiers and officers participated. Prussians. Tartars, Siberians and Kirghiz entered into his plans. A general revolt was to take place. The conspirators were to have seized the fortress ; commencing day for Europe, the largest number that his mistress and child, and for the first by possessing themselves of the whole ever started hence for the Old World in few days he begged for their support. one day. All of these were crowded with Then he made arrangements to go from passengers. house to house on certain hours in the The revolutionists have forced twenty- capacity of Darber to gentlemen, as ne tmr momhanta nil wonlt.h-v fifiAna nf nude nis way in nis art, ne openea a Monterey, to work in the trenches be cause they refuse to pay $80,000 demand ed of them as a loan. : Thb Asiatic cholera has come to New York. The French gunboat Terror, with forty cases of the cholera on board, ar- barber shop, which soon became one of first-class resort. As he flourished in business the condition of the woman and child improved in proportion. The lat- park of artillery, and then to wait for events, in case 01 reverses, tney were to march on Bokhara on their way to British East India. On the eve of the rising, two of the conspirators revealed all to the Governor, whether through hopes of reward, or be cause their hearts failed them, we cannot sav. 'Innumerable arrests were made. Relating to the limitation of steam pres sure on towing freight boats on the Mississippi Biver and its tributaries. To authorize the payment of duplicate checks ot disbursing officers. ! An act for the aDDointment of Eebresenta tives to Congress among the several States ac cording to the Ninth census. I To admit certain machinery imported from foreign countries free of duty. Making appropriations for the payment of invalid ana other pensions of the united States for the year ending June 80, 1872. To amena an act entitled "An act to dto- vide a national currency secured by pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved June o, 1004. To amend section 85 of an act entitled "An Act to reduce internal taxes, and for other purposes." supplementary to an act entitled "An Act to prevent the extermination of fur-bearine animate in Alaska." f To repeal the paragraphs of Schedule C of the 'Internal Revenue acts Imposing taxes on med meats, fish, and certain other articles. Authorizing the survey and marking off the boundery between the territory of the United States and the possessions of Great Britain from the Lake of the Woods to the Por the prices of Railroad Buds write to Charles W. Hassles. No. 8 Wall St, New York. . - . i Extraordinary Cures. We have read many accounts of the extraordinary cures by Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters, whioh have seemed incredible. We are inclined to believe them, as many of those who vouch for them are persons whose veracity we can guarantee. The newspapers teem with testimonials of this character, and there is an air of par ticularity and of truth about them which cannot be resisted. One manifest superi ority the Vinegar Bitters possesses over other Alterative 'And Tonic preparations. It contains none 'of the burning fluids with which most advertised Bitters are impreg nated. It cann.ot create Fever. Instead of clouding the. brain, it clears it if cloud ed. It is well known that Alcohol, even of the purtt description, weakens and untones the, stomach instead of bracing it, and is, therefore, poison in cases of Indi gestion. Fancy, then, what must be the elfect of yie cheap thretoater employed vi making ordinary Bitters and Tinctures, on the weakened. and inflamed digestive organs. Vinegar Bitters, on the other ft and, soothes the stomach, while it in creases the appetite and relaxes the bowels. Dr. Walker is a regular physi cian, and his remedies have just as much authority as any standard remedies of tho faculty. We believe they are destined to become a household medicine. Com. Cab Drivers' Strike. The strike in New York having reached all the trades, finally touched the street oar drivers. The drivers say they are obliged often to work eighteen and nineteen hours owing to the roads being blocked. The lines are in communication and feel satisfied that drivers will co-operate in the movement. The conductors are sub scribing largely toward the fund. These men receive ijBJ.lio for mteen nours, ana on all the lines the men are ready to strike. On the Eight Avenue cars the drivers receive $2,25 for fourteen hours' work, and on the Fourth and Madison avenue 82 for sixteen hours. The men all complain. There will be a general uprising, and the men from the iron works are to give assistance. Un .bight Avenue the men look for twelve hours and $3 per day. ; . ter. a crirl. was well educated, and being Three consecutive commissioners in vain summit of the. Rocky Mountains. nnnsessed of crreafc beautv and winninsr endeavored to unravel the intricate f To amend an act to authorize protection to or by speech. CB8e OI ne cuoiera uu uuuru, r- - mar;aA wxHliV mo n nf the, throws of the combination. Eventually. De given to citizens of the United States dis- A correspondent of Moore" Rural kept "J I. y".rt. iimm Qf K r Ajter a time tho moth. sierocinski ar,a five of the leaders were ?S deposits ot guano, approved August U ..1... V ..T.1,;nn. m. Win.r i uiucitu mo upeu i;cu,u. I AinA , m ua,i iiftl faith vmdAmnpd to Rfivfin thonsands blows iw- Recent information received in Wash- in .mv thine American, invested his earn- each of the rod. A tnousana otner men ifaort on from Snoin. strengthens the be- ino-a in France, and he too soon after were sentenced to minor punishments, lief that Dr. Houard will soon be restored died. Before dying, however, he willed beginning from two thousand blows to to liberty in accordance with the request his fortune to the daughter of his be- transportation with hard laoor. of the TJ. S. Government. lnvnd mistress. A few vears later Mr. In March, 1937, two battalions were m c n i i j Koucrer failed in business and died, drawn up in the great square of Armsk, cided W. D. Blosham, to have been saving ms wue uu elected Lieutenant-Governor of the State ' th.f ToTteJi in 1870, he having received the largest removed to a little New England village, where they now reside, supported by the interest of $20,000, which they regu larly receive in gold from France. found their horns " standing in all di rections, Now he either ties them with a rope or lets thorn go loose in the pen, Turn Lambs into Corn Fields. Tell your subscribers to turn the Iambs into the. corn field on taking them from the ewes. They will do the corn no injury, and find there plenty of the best of food, I never saw lambs do as well as when tieated in that way. Ccti vob Pudding. Warm two and a half tablespoonfuls of butter, stir in a teacup of white sugar and two eggs. ..rut two teaspoonmis of cream tartar in one pint of flour, add a teaspoonfnl of soda dissolved in a cup of milk ; flavor with lemon or vanilla. Bake three- quarters of an hour in a moderate oven, and serve hot with rich hot sauce. ' Mobntno Biscuits. One quart of flour, half a teaspoonfnl of salt, two tablespoonfuls of yeast, and one pint of sour milk, with half a teaspoonfnl of soda dissolved in it Work this into a dough ; then rub into the dough half a cup of butter. Knead well ; cut off small bits ; shape them into biscuits ; lay them in the bake pan, cover closely with a bread cloth, and let them stand over night, in a warm place in the winter, and a cold place in the summer. Bake in the morning for breakfast. Bread Pudding. One pint of fine A California newspaper prints the fol- owing touching obituary : " Philip Ilnnsoomb was driving a team loaded with powder up the Sierra Nevada moun tains. One of the kegs dropped from the wagon. The Sierras stood it well enough, but the miners who came from a neighboring ranch were unable.to find Mr. Hanscomb or the team. number of votes cast at the election then held. Thb conference committee on the Tar iff and Tax bill have agreed on their report. They place whisky at 70 cents, which covers everything except the 10 cent stamp on the barrel for the rectifi er, and hx a uniform tax on tobacco of 20 cents. Thb Methodist Book Concern troubles, which have been before the Church and the country in one form or another for the last three and a half years, have been settled, and, probably, in the manner most satisfactory and lust to all the parties concerned. In the New York spring races the Ford- ham Handicap, a dash of one mile and a quarter, was won by Urtolan ; the liel ment stake for three-year olds was won by Joe Daniels ; the dash three-quarters Of a mile, for a purse of $4U was won by Alarm, and the stepple-c hose was won b, Tammany. General Howard telegraphs Secreta- A Novel Idea. During the building of the foundation and basement of the new United States Post Office and Court under the'ordeis of General Galafejew, the cruel servant of a cruel master. Sierocinski and his companions were brought out, and the judgment was read aloud, the words " without mercy," which it contained, being especially emphasized. The culprits were stripped to the waist, and their hands were tied behind to a bayonet. Each one by " turns walked along the whole of one battalion, every soldier administering to him a blow with a rod with full strength. A thousand blows fell, and then each miserable, torn, House in tne ity nail r&XK, xsew iote, bleeding yictim was 8ent back to receive Superintendent nuioura, in view oi tiie another thousand. On the third journey projeewsu uuuergruuuu V , . thev all fell dead. Sierocinski had been were to terminate near Dy, suggestea to t -f . fllA w tw v.a .w, hfibold Supervising Architect Mullett such alter ations as would enable cars containing the mails to enter without necessitating any expensive alterations in the future. This " was done. Engineer Buckhout, who has charge of the construction of the Underground Bailroad, waited upon Superintendent Hulburd to ascertain whether some measures could not be perfected whereby, on the completion of tne new roaa, tne man cars oi tne vari ous lines could be tranferred by a con tinuous rail into the basement of the new Post Office. Mr. Buckhout was invited oreaa crumDs,one cup oisugar,rwo taDie. Dejanotuatft peaCe has been negoti- fost umce. Mr. ucKnout was invite d blo SDOonfuls of molasses, half a Dound suet Li. j ii. . T jf. i i:u v.it I tn make an inspection of the premises. , chopped fine, one coffee-cup. raisins, r BOiemjy engage to indulge in no more and the fact was developed that rails uphton a sledge, and tied so as to ex half a rmd of preserved orange-peel or taidg ancf further pledge themselves to can be laid so as to connect on the same pBe6 hia back to the full weight of the the tortures suffered by his friends. A military sursreon tendered him a small vial, containing some drops of cordial, which he refused, crying "I want not your drops. Take my blood and drink it!" He started on his fearful journey, sing ing, Miserere mei, Dens, sefndum magnam miterecordiam tuam, andhs wild accents were gradually lost in the loud thud of the sticks striking his bare flesh, and in theloud words of command of the general shouting. "Strike harder ! strike harder I When Sierocinski receivad the fiist thou blows he fell fainting, his blood on the snow. He was placed citron cut thin and fine, a very little nutmeg and cinnamon, two teaspoon fuls cream tartar, one small teaspoon ful soda, one teaspoonfnl of salt Stir in milk enough to make it thick as pound cake ; beating all thoroughly together ; put it into a buttered pudding mould, and boil three hours. Be careful to keep the water boiling all the time. Swine. No pig can grow rapidly on poor food. A well-bred pig will grow rapidly on good fooda poor-bred pig will not ; and thin is the real essential difference between them. If you starve both, the well-bred pig is no better than the other. Let young pigs have all they will eat and digest. See that they have access to fresh water. They may not drink much, but it should always be pro vided for them, no matter how sloppy their food may be. . Provide ashes, salt, sulphur and oharooal. See that the pens and troughs are kept clean. Helping out thb Hat Crop. The present drouth, says-the Tribune, will have a serious effect on the pasture fields and meadows, and will without doubt considerably lessen the yield of hay. Although sufficient rain may fall hereafter, it will be too late to materially affect the hay crop. - Meadows are now suffering 'from the effects of the dry weather of last year and the past severe winter, so that the probability is against even a yield equal to the short crop of last season, rnererore it is absolutely neoessary that provision be made for a supply of fodder to carry stock through f'look up" the hostile and incorrigible Apache braves. General Howard re gards success as sure now. The Tariff BUI. The new tariff bill, of the United States, comprises the following changes, to go into effect the 1st of August : Salt in bulk, Sc. per iW lbs.; salt in bags, 12c. per 100 lbs. .Bituminous coal, 75c. per ton. Oatmeal, o. per lb. Potatoes, lOo. per bushel. Sole leather, 35 per cent. : calfskins, tanned or dressed, 25 per cent. : upper leather of all kinds, 25 per cent.; mo rocco skins tanned, 10 per cent. Chiccory root, lo. per lb. Timber, squared, lc. per cubic foot ; sawed boards, plank, deals, and other lumber of hemlock, white wood, syca more, and bass-wood, SI per 1,000 feet board measure ; all other wood and saw ed lumber, 50c per 1,000 feet. Hubs, posts, last blocks, wagon blocks, oar blocks, heading blocks, fcc, 20 per cent.; pickets and palings, 20 per cent.; laths, 15c. per 1,000 ; shingles, 35c. per 1,000 ; pine clapboards. Sl-50 per 1,000. Mouse and cabinet furniture, 30 per cent. - Casks and barrels, empty, sugar box shooks, and packing cases, 30 per cent. , Fruit, shade, and liwn trees, 20 per cent ; garden seeds for agriculture and horticultural purposes, 20 per cent. Uinger, ground, so. per lb. ; ginger, grade and level with the underground road and the basement of the building. by a tunnel under the street which fronts the northerly lace oitne new rostumce. This can be done at comparatively trif linar expense. The work on the Under- cround Bailroad is to be begun soon, and it has been determined that the depot of the road shall he connected, as indicated above, so that the mail cars may be switched into the Post Office basement and returned by another track. Sun. descending rods. The unhappy man con tinued to groan until he was dragged four times before the battalion. He then be came silent. The last three thousand blows fell on a corpse. Dublin Universi ty Magazine. next winter. The first resource for the preserved, 85 per cent. ; farmer is to plant corn. The crop, with 35 P6 cent- good cultivation, will thrive in a not, ary season better tnan any otner so easily raised, and it is a question readily solved whether a poor meadow, which . at the best may yield half a tun of hay per acre next monto, nad not better be plowed up and prepared for a crop of ginger ssenee, Sad Bomance rs Bbal Lite. The Salem Press tells the sad story of a poor, but too ambitious, girl. She was the daughter of a mechanic who removed from Troy to Salem about forty years ago, and being handsome and intelli gent, she soon won the hearts of all the boys in the village. But she was proud, she wanted fine clothes and riches, she repaid the love of the young men with coldness and indifference. At last one conquered her pride, won her love and her consent to their union. Now the demon entered in the form of a wealthy man from .New xorir, wno soon suc ceeded in turning her head and inducing her to elope with him to Albany, where they were married, lor a few months all was bright and happy, and tho sim ple country maiden lived a life of ease and enjoyment. One day the husband left her side never to return. Then she fell ; subsequently, she was reclaimed through the efforts of a Magdalen so ciety, and she became matron of a female reformatory, institution. She died a few A SmabtBot. The Detroit Free Press mourns the loss of a smart boy in this manner : The public will regret to iearn that the family of James Otis, Porter street, is to remove to Saginaw, taking young Johnny along. The boy started out two years ago by shooting himself. Two months after he choked himself with a fishbone. A few days after he built a fire in the barn and called out the steamers. He then swallowed a top, got run over by an ice wagon fell into the river, was lost for three days, and first and last he has been a fountain of local news, whose value can not be estimated on a slate four feet square. If the Sagi naw reporters only commence on him right he will "pan out" at least three times rer week. He should be furnished with a box of matches, ahorse pistol, and plenty of gunpowder, and it won't do any harm to pat him on the back occa sionolly and tell him that his efiorts are appreciated. . A New Cube fob Begging. One of the petty kings in India has proved him self to be a shrewd statesman. He has been troubled by a swarm of beggars in his kingdom, and idleness was rapidly increasing. The evil was so alarming that he resorted to strong measures to Ghoeolate and cocoa, prepared, 2c per lb. On all wool and manufactures of weol, 90 per cent, on existing duties. On all manufactures of cotton, 90 per cent, on existing duties. On all iron, steel, copper, and all weeks since. The young man to whom L-a if. tta nr.Wpd tht nil Tmrmr sue was ODgageu .wo uunea oniy a lew gears since ,in one et the grave yards of alem. He sever afterward married, and never ceased fciaourn for his early love. Thb FAitiCBB.rr-According to the re- - - . w I " I , . , , - a . I t'"m w WWW ...,. wjm wjj mvu V.H u w corn fodder, whioh will certainly produce o"161 metais ana tnemanuiactnres mere- statistics, yery few farmers in Massachu- two to four, and possibly five or six tuns el feed, equal to average hay. A sod turned down before the 20th day of June may be relied upon for this yield, and may be cleared in time to prepare for a crop of winter wheat to be sown in Sep tember. Boor Food fob Datbt Stock. In an address to the Little Falls Farmers' Club, Harris Lewis called the attention to some recent experiences of his in raising and feeding beets. $48 per acre covered the expense of seed, planting, cultivation, and harvesting, and the yield was 900 bushels, so that the roots cost about 5 cents a bushel, or not more than 7 cents allowing for value of manure, interest on land, &o. Yellow globes and imperial beets were grown on a part of the same field the year previous, at an expense of about $70 per acre, yet the yeld was so much greater that the cost of the roots was about two cents per bushel less than the cost of. the last season's crop. The speaker advocated feeding cattle a regular portion of roots each day. the whole time they are confined from pasture in cold weather, as preferaUe to partial feeding, as, for example, omitting roots while cows are dry at midwinter. He express ed the belief, as the result of experiment. that beets, are actually worth from 13 to 24 oests. per bushel for feeding cows, as compared with bay at $20 a tun the lowest of these estimates affording an ample. profit on the cost ot cultivation : but he thought the consequential advan tage even gxaater still, in "increased usefulness during the entire season. lessened liability to disease. Sec. and in the improvement of the butter and cheese which the milk produoes. ' In support of this last assertion, Mr. L. stated that at his request tne managers of the factory in his Neighborhood made two tests of the milk of all their pa'rons this sprinc for the express purpose ot determining the relative quality of milk produced by cows fed with bay and roots and those fad with hay and grain, and concluded that peeta are aa good, if not better, for the production of rich milk than grain. In conclusion, Mr. Lewis said that, after carefully looking at the subject in all its bearingf, he had come to the conclusion that beefs for cattle food are well worth full as many cents per bushel, as conrt hay is worth dollars per ton, and that vne average cost per bushel, when stored in the cellar, with everv item of nmimn included does not exceed eight cents per bushel. Now, as the price of hav in Central New York will probably average at least $10 per ton or over; for the next decade, there cannot benny risk in grow ing beets for dairy stock. To convince themselves, if they are still undecided dairymen and other farmers should nut in small piece ewbyeiffand carefpv of, 90 per cent, on existing duties. Printing paper, sized, 25 per cent. On manufactures of india-rubber, leather goods, glassware, and un wrought pipe-clay, 90 per cent, on existing duties. On cetton bagging and gunny cloth. valued at less than 7c. per square yard, lie per lb.; over 7c. per square yard, 2c. per lb. un insulators, 25 per cent. Emery ore, $6 per ton. ' On corks, 30 per cent. On camphor, crude, 15c. per lb. Chlorate of potash, So. per lb. Bochelle salts, 5c. per lb. Soda ash, $3 per ton ; sal soda, 83 per ton. On santonine, $3 per lb. On strychnia, $1 per lb. On bay rum. SI ner callon. On rum essence or oil, 50c. per ounce : on vermouth, same duty as on wins. ir l j, a in. n. iuusiaru, gruuuu, ivu. per 10. Zante currants, lo. per lb. .Prunes, lc. per lb. Figs, ljc. per lb. Baisins, 2o. per lb. .Dated, lo. per lb. Preserved milk, 25 per cent. On tin plates, terne, and tagger's tin,' 60 per cent. Galvanized iron, 2o. per lb. Umbrella frames, sticks and runners. 15 per cent ; silk and alpaca umbrellas, 45 per cent. Saltpetre, crude, lie. per lb. : saltpetre. refined, 2c per lb. setts are making more than a living out of tneir farms, lue average wages of agricultural laborers per ' month, with board, is $27.52 without board, $44.82; of women, with board, $12.17 without board, 26,39. These women usually do household and dairy work, though in Borne localities women are employed in light field labor. The laborers hired for the season work ten hours from April to November, and eight the rest of the year, besides doing the chores at the barn. Yery few native Americans aro now hired as farm laborers ; there are fifty per cent of Irish, fifteen of French Canadians, ten Nova Scotians, five of Germans, and twenty of natives. found begging should at once be com pelled to learn to read and write. The law operates well in two ways. Some of the most worthless idlers prefer a little easy work to study, and they take to some kinds Of labor to escape begging and its penalty. Others are glad of the opportunity of an education, and they make intelligent and skilful laborers The King, in his anxiety to promote education, has also ordered that the families who cannot well spare their children for school on account of pov ertv shall receive a certain allowance from the State. Light is evidently spreading in India. Fishing. A youth of Pennsylvania had for a friend somebod'y sister, who thousand dollars, each, Anxious to be Hanoed. There is an old man named Jeremiah Collins, in prison at Albany, under sentence of death for the murder of his wife. Unlike most culprits similarly situated, he insists on the execution of his sentence. He insists upon it that his wife deserved to be killed, and at the same time seems to think that he ought to be hanged. He objects to any commutation of his sen tence, and expresses dissatisfaction with Uov. Hoffman for postponing his execu tion a few weeks. - He was oiiginally sentenced to be hanged on the 18th of May, but he Governor respited him to the loth of July. When he was sen tenced he reauested the Judae to make the time as short as possible. was the fortunate possessor of six gold fish. With the permission of his charm er" he went trout fishing a few days since and caught a fish of that species which weighed a little over a pound. He preserved it alive, thinking it would be a nice engagement present, as well as companion for the gold-fish. On return ing home he hurried to the house of his would-be father-in-law and deposited his prize in the aquarium "on the quiet," in order that it might be a pleasant surprise to his affianced. The surprise was more than complete, for the trout swallowed all the gold-fish and then calmly turned over on its dorsal fin and died of indiges tion. The young lady has discbared her lover. Let all young men take a season able warning. The Lakb Cuttbbs. Governments are unlike individuals in one particular at least if they want to buy anything they pay a big price for it ; tint if they want to sell, somebody else makes the bargain. This is particularly illustrated in the case of Uncle Sam and his lake revenue cutters. A few years ago Uncle Sam wanted six of these and they were built at an expense of about two hundred They looked fine and sailed well, but they were thrown together of green timber and odds and ends,and to-day while two have been con demned, the otners are declared rotteu and so really unsea worthy that it is doubtful if they last the season out. The same boats built for individuals would have been to-dav comparatively as cood as new. Now they will be sold and no doubt at less figures than their engines, superb affairs, are actually worth, and iron boats must be built to take their plaees. - To enable honorablv-discharsred soldiers ard sailors, their widows, and orphan child ren, to acquire homesteads on the public lands of the United States. i To amend the 8d section of an act entitled " An Act to reduce internal taxes, and for Other purposes," approved July 14, 1870. Defining the rights of part owners of ves sels in certain cases. Authorizing the Secretary of War to deliver condemned ordnance to certain soldiers" mon umental associations. In relation to bounties To amend the first section of an act entitled "An Act to Drovide for the disDOsition of use- Jess military reservations." Kepealing the duty on tea and coffee.. Eor the relief of purchasers of lands fsold for direct taxes in the insurrectionary States. l o perpetuate testimony in tne Courts of the United States. Authorizing an appropriation for the em- ploj merit of surfmen at life-saving stations on the coast of New Jersey. Several acts for rights of settlers on United States lands. To promote the development of mining in terests in the United States. - To amend on act approved February 28, 1871, amending an act approved. May SI, 1870, entitled "An act to inforce the right of citizens of tho United States to vote in the several States of this Union, and for other purposes." : To provide for furnishing trusses to disa ble! soldiers. To nrovido for the abatement or repayment cf taxes on distilled spirits, in bond, destroyed by casualty. lo estaDiisn tne pay ot enustea men in tne armv. To regulate criminal practice in tne federal courts. To provide that minors shall not be enlisted in the military service of the United States without the consent ot pn rents or guaraians. To amend an act entitled "An act to estaD iisn a uniform time for holding elections for electors of President and Vice-President for all the States." Approved Jan. 23, 1845, Defining and limiting the appropriation of certain moneys tor tne preparation, issue, ana reissue of the securities oi tne umtea Estates, and for other purposes, To prohibit the retention or soldiers dis charges bv claim agents and attorneys. To remove political disabilities imposed oy the fourteenth Article of Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. To remove the political disabilities of the persons therein named. To authorize tne appomtment ot snipping commissioners by the several Circuit Courts of the United States, ts superintend the ship ping and discharge of seamen engaged in mer chant ships belonging to- the United States and for the further protection of seamen. Relative to the entry and clearance ot ferry boats and of bonded cars passing from one State to another through continuous foreign territory Relative to the' Centennial International Exhibition to be held in the City of Philadel phia. State of Pennsylvania, in the year 1876 To amend an act entitled "An Act to estab lish and protect National Cemeteries." To provide for the issue ot ponds in lieu or destroyed or deiacea Donas oi tne umtea states. To reduce duties on imports, and to reduce internal taxes for other purposes. Making appropriations for the support of the Army for the year ending June SO, 1873, and for other purposes To reimburse Umtea states Marshals tor moneys necessarily expended by them in tak ing the Ninth Census, in excess of the com pensation allowed them under the law in force at the time of the passage of this act. For the better security of the bank reserves, and to facilitate hank clearing-house exchanges. To authorize ia appointment or aepuuee of Clerk of Circuit and District Courts. For the completion and publication of the Medical and Surgical History of the Rebellion. To amend an act entitled "An act to estab lish a uniform system of bankruptcy through out the United States. An Old Claim Settled. During the proceedings in the U. 8. House of Jtepre sentatives a mil was passed lor tne relief of an aged ladyYl years.giving her 88,000, being the amount of seven years' half pay due to her father, who served as an officer under raul Jones in the Hon Homme JSichard. Twenty-nve years had been spent by her in prosecuting the claim. She was in the gallery when the announcement of the passage of the bill was made by the Speaker and waved her handkerchief with an air of triumph. Several members on the floor noticed this act began to applaud, meanwhile smiling at the lady as if to express their gratification at the result, utner mem bers followed their example, and the general clapping of hands and laughter rang tbrougn tne nail, xne iaay, over come bv her feelings, burst into tears and then fell upon her knees in prayer, Many hearts were made glad by the lady s success. If Johnson's Anopyne Liximent is half as valuable as people say it is, no family should 1 1 1 1. .1 , L . - . 1 1 1 , vv wiuiuut ii. ieruuniy do person, uo ne law yer, doctor, minister, or of any other profess ion, should start on a journey without it. . No sailor, fisherman, or woodsman should be with out it. in iact, it is needed wherever there is an ache, sprain, cut, bruiso, cough or cold.-Com Farmers and "Horse Men" are continually inquiring wnac we pnow or tne utility or Sher idan's Cavalry Condition Powdebs. and in reply, we would say, through the columns of viua paper, mac we nave aearu irom ounareas who have used them with gratifying results ; iiiav in also uur expeneuue. -wm. Chapped Hands, face, rough skin, pimples. ring-worm, salt-rheum, and other cutaneous affections, cured, and the skin made soft and smooth, by using the Junipkb Tab 8oap made by Caswell. Hazard & Co.. New York. It is more convenient and easily applied than other remedies, avoiding the trouble of the greasy compounds now in use. vom. Whether for use on man or beast, the Mer chant's Gargling Oil will be found an invaluable Liimment. ana wortny oi use dv everv resident in the land. We know of no proprietary medi cine or article now used in the United States which shares the good will of the people to greater degree than this JS. X. inaepenaent, A Novelty in Paver Collars. The Elmwood Collar is made with folded edges, a fine eloth surface and is the best imitation of a linen collar ever worn. Ask for it at the Gent s Fnr- niehiDg Stores. Com. Have it Alwavs at Hand. Accidents wil happen in the best regulated families, and for this reason among many others, the Mustang Liniment should find a place in the cupboard of every house hold. In all the world there is nothing comparable to it as an application tor cuts, contusions, burns. spasms, and scalds, and when every other prepara tion that medical ingenuity can saggest, has failed to afford relief in rheumatism neuralgia, sore tnroat, Glandular swellings, muscular contractions, cramps, toothache, fee, this powerful anti-inflammatory and pain-destroying agent immediately assuages the suf ferer's agony and eventually accomplishes a radical cure. Probably mere is not a oonnoiseur in none flesh or an amateur horseman in the land who does not know, either from personal observation or re- ports th t the Mustano Liniment is the supreme remedy for all external diseases and injuries of the norse. iuom. Best and Oldest Family Medicine. San. fori' Liver Invigorator.K purely Vegetable Cathar tic ana route tor lnrepepsia, uonsnpauon, veoiuty, Sick-headaohe, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of liver, 8tomach and Bowels. Ask your Pruggiat lor it. Beware xnxtatxont, I jom . I Hmt flafftei rather than take nanaaons medioine and this is not to b wondered at, as tb remedy is often wane than the disease. Sufferer from coughs, oolds. Influenaa. sore tnroat. or tendency to Uonsumntion. will find in Dr. Wtttari Baltam of Wik. Chtm a remedy agreeable to the palate as effectual in removing disease, Sentenced. In the Court of Oyer and Terminer in Jersey City, Judge Bedle sentenced William H. Bumsted, late Commissioner of Publio Works, to imprisonment in the State Prison at hard labor for Dine months, ana to stand com mitted until the costs of courts are paid. Bumsted "was convicted of conspiracy to defraud the city. In the case of Garret Vreeland, a Member of the Board of The New Chicago. Spite of the ter rible affliction experienced a few months since by Chioago, her population is larger by several thousand than a year Freeholders, tb court deferred sentence ago. It was claimed in April that full Cn account of the illness of the defendant fifteen per cent of the burnt portion of The Jndge, however, declared that the the city had been restored, and the pa- onnrr. -nrmilrl remiirA untisfnrtorv AvidanRA A Buffalo pastor in the course of his pers now tell us that at least thirty per that all of Vreeland's unlawful gti is had sermon lately, stated that the fact had cent, has been rebuilt. At that rate, by t,aen restored before taking into eonside- come to uis snowieuge oi a cuim bus tne Brsi or next January tne greater part ration any mitigating circumstances. unco jcntD iiu Ltoxug avocuvcu liiiu fcjuo i ueetiujiu viuungu win ud rtsefcurcu. And not only restored. It will be much grander, much more healthful, and much better adapted to the necessities of trade and home life. Mean wooden buildings which defaoed the principal streets will be replaced by magnificent blocks of brick and marble, and improvements which were imperatively needed but peculiary. adapted to the bathing of in which would have been postooned for fants. A few drops is sufficient for years, wiu now oe tnaae. Alter an, was the Chicago nre a chastening or a dis aster ? orphan asylum in that city, who was afterward found to be suflering from n thing less than delirium tnmtns. Tbe m ther of the child was a most interr. perate woman, and had. actually fed her offspring from the whisky bottle. A man in Kansas lately rode twelve miles after being bitten by a rattlesnake before he could get medical assistance, He did it in less than an hour and his life was saved. In the Nurserv Burnett's Halliston is A person intimately connected with John S C. Abbott, says The Watchman and Reflector, assures us from personal knowledge that tbe prolific author never allowed himself to write a paragraph of his Life of Napoleon without first offer ing prayer that he might be guided aright; Exchange. :' Such a statement should be accepted with great caution, as calculated m produce grave doubts in It is stated in the report of the prison association, lately issued that of fourteen thousand five hundred and ninety-six prisoners confined in the penitentiaries ot thirty States, in 1860, seventy-seven per cent. , or over ten thousand of the number, had never learned a trade. The fact con veys a lesson of profound interest to those who have in charge the training of boys, and girls, too, for the active duties of life. Agricultural Societies. The Amer ican Agricultural Convention especially recommended the establishment of Btate bowl of water. Com. Fatalttt. In Chioago, on Saturday, at an early hour, the body of a man was seen Hanging irom a small window oi a barn in the rear of a residence. Upon examination it was found that the de ceased was Fraud Barbier, brother of the owner of the place, with whom he resided. He had attempted to get into the barn through the window, and got fastened in so that he was unable t extricate him- Vmnrrl nf nofrirmltmr in ftll the atntea of the publio mind as to tbe efficacy pi the tmipn in wbicm they do not already BeLf and was literally bitten to death by vpyv-OhrtaHa 0tfa f Uxist, ' ' ? " J ) &we ibM etood to the j ear oi llmt Etjpttjbe can be cured without sufler iasr. Elastio Trusses are superseding all others. Before-buying Metal Trusses or Supporters, send for a discriptive circa lar to the Elastio Truss Co., 683 Broad way, N. Y. Com. There was a man in oar tewm And be was wondrous wiae. He had a p tin from ear to ear, Another between his eves ; And when he saw he had Catarrh, With all his might and main Be purchased Saga's Kennedy And has his health again. JUstX Promts ewh AS QUICK AS A FfA8H OF LIGHTNING does Oristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye aot upon the hair, whis kers and moustaches ; no atamelMm tints, but tha purest Raven or the most exquisit 3 Browns will be evolved.-Com IN ONE TO FIVE MINUTES. Headache. Earache. FCnurslfna. Lame Back. Diarrhea. OrouDS. SDraina and all similar cemplainte, art rtlintd by llagg's Instant ueI. , UAAunnv naruninu. torn, Wpeoial Notices. . . A.ost Health JKessdned. . Selt-negleet lays the foundation of muoh bodily suf fering. As a rule men are more solioitons to repair and preserve their houses, stock in trade and other perish able property than to repair and preserve themselves. They can see when a wall requires a prop, or a weak structure a girder, bat appear to be unoonsoious of, or Indifferent to, the cracks and flaws and evidences of 4eeay in their own frail and sensitive organisations. Tbe eonseqnenoe of this want of common prudence is that thousands fall by the wayside in the prime of Ufa every year who might have lived to enjoy a hale and hearty old age, if they had resorted to the proper means ot recruiting their failing vigor at the proper time. Seeing what that famous vitalising and invigorating elixir. Hoe tetter's 8tomaeh Bitters, has done for count less multitudes of the envervated and fcroken down, and with the long, unbroken reeord of its eures before him, it seems amaaing that any sufferer from premature deeay, nervous weakness, dyspepsia, biliousness, ehronia constipation, or fllnnsss of a remittent or intermittent character, should delay, even for aa hour, to seek the aid which its toning, regulating and invigorating proper ties have never failed to afford. It is no exaggeration to say that Bostetter's Stomach Bitters is the most faithful ally of nature, in her strug gles with weakness and disss se, that medio! botany and honest chemistry hsve yet given to the world. Tbroegh the length snd breadth of the land the cele brated SILVER TIPPED Boots and Shoes are sold by the million, for parents know they last twlos as long as without Tips. Try tnem. TO COSSUMPTIVE8. TO COXSUMPTTVES. The advertiser, having been permanently cured of that dread disease. Consumption, by a simple ' remedy. anxious to make known to his fallow sufferers the means of sure. Te all whe desire it, he will send a oopy ef th prescription used, (free of charge), with the directions lor preparing ana using tne same, wmoa tney win una a stma our for OorismfprroK. Asthma. BBOHOHrxis, ana an Tnroat or bong inmouiues. .Parties wisntng tne preeonntion wiiipiesse-aaaress Rj-v. EDWARD A. WILSON. 1M Penn. 8treefc. Williamsbnrgh. N. T Isabella, although she lost her crown, is said to be very particular what kind of shoe she wears. Bo are all who have worn the CABLE SCREW WIRE Boots A Shoes they want no other. Pliable dry snd durable. ,. The Markets, new tfoax. Ban atcu Prime to Extra. ....S ,12V' MX First ouauty. .iiks .ia Second .!! .HX Ordinary thin cattle.. .11 H .13 Inferior 10Ja .11 Milch eowi. . 0.0O o.eo.00 Hoos Lrv Pressed Shezp Cotto Middling rxou Extra western Bute Extra waAT ed Western - buko Rys Western - Bahlit State Corn Mined Western, Oath Western.,... Hat Stbaw Hops 71's 25 66 We 10 Pork Mess 16.50 .04H' JJs 07 .04 V .05X .05 aa e.so 7. as 7.38 l.M il.00 .98 .80 ,68 Ha .78 .09 l.RO l.TS .80 l.M .80 1S.S7H 6.90 190 1.98 .97 ,69 o.. .............. ...... .SUa ltii Reftnei .. .96 .. .St .93 .12 .84 .1 .8 .IS as 80 .S3 .35 .18 .87 .18 .10 .18 .16 Lard ParitouTJBt Grade Buitxb State Ohio W. B. . Fancy Western ordinary Pennsylvania fine Oniii Btate Factory . . Skimmed Ohio, Root State BUTTALe. Bur Oaxtxi . Shexp......... Hooe Live.... Flour Whkat No. a Spring Cork Oats BlS...,M,.,ll HWM.WMH.I Barlzt Lard ALBANT. Whkat.......... BrxState -BUT Oil. ........... Babut State...... Oats State. pwTV.A-nirt.pgTi, Flqtjs .... Whxat Western Red, White Corn Tellow. Mixed. Pktrou dm Crude lTMrenneeVSSlf ClovkbSxid 9.0d olO.OO T.88 f .90 e 4 35 13.00 1.87 .85 MU .48 .98 .1.00 .75 8.T8 6.00 4.00 ass 1.67 .70 .99 i .. 100 .90 .68 1.08 .58 .re 910 3.30 .67 a 9.30 1.00 .69 1.04 .58 10 00 3.10 s as .67 .65 Ha .67 Timothy. BALTDtOBS. Oottos Low Middling. rxonxtra. Whxat- Amber , QOBH VT8mii1 TT tf 3.35 96 T.78 3.00 .78 m .98 8.75 m 310 .79 t ? for Beauty of Polish, Savins Labor, Clean llnesSDurabillty & Cheapness, unequaieda mil or WORTH Lies 11ITAT10XS. uidar atW names, but resembling oars In shape ana color of wrapper uieuaea to aeceive. THE ISInt) Bl'S POLISH IM BULK.- for stove dealers' USS, at twelve cents per pound twenty-Ire and fifty pound boxes. "Cheaper than any other Bulk Polish for aominr. K 1 MS!" sr LMBKR YRSCTL. No Sharpening na rJuraDie euperccoes omer articles tor purpose, UISINU SUJ BLAlK LKAU lAlBRIl'ATOK. Foraxlea. i snd mathinerv. Lasts six times as lone as oil alons. SS lb. and 60 lb. boxes, lo cents per lb. Try It. MOUSE BROS., Prop'r., Canton, Mage. f A DIES Wanted to sell Silver Plated Button Hole MJi Cutters. Sample "6 ota. A. DAY, Detroit, Mioh. n VTTTTtATgri into business. UT JL JL -M-.LV "JT How to do it. sent postpaid lorjp cents, py ojicvjirt i am, rntiaaeipnta, rn IF "STOIT BEL1ETK you have any claim to part oi an jnneribancv in uennanv. nnizmmi. ireianu. DOOTianu, rrnncc or nouana, wriwi lor information to J. r . rKUHAuri. Attorney at law, Columbia, fa, Attention, Owners of Horses 1 TH R Z rtSC COLLAR PA1I guttf anteed to ir ne worst oase i raw ana m. lamed sore neck in Tm JMyt ma icark tn Jtwte every rfv or money refunded : andwi not oh af or wear the niahe oil of the nock. For sale b Snd dlorr Hardware Establish ments and harautu Maker. Manufactured by the Z1NU UULliAK FAD JO., Buchanan. Mich, pqTlie RetMs of Tests fVI - at LOWELL, Mass., proves EH N. F. BURN HANTS ST NEW TURBINE . n superior to all others. It gave S a niffher nercentave than anv other wheel of common finish. Pnmph'et snd Prioe List, by URN HAM. York, Ps. pitr Thea-Nectar IS A PURE BLACK THA. With the (Jrwn Tea Floeo. Th, b iist Tea Imported . For talt entry. .-. And for sale wholesale only by tbe Hreavt Atlantic and Patelfle Test Co., No. 181 Fulton St. 4214 Church St., New York Sd for Thra-Kettar (Ireafar, THE GETTYSBURG KATALYSIK K WAT Kit is sold st the Spring at tne following rates : Three-gallon demijohns. 3 do each. Six-gallon demijohns, 5.00 each. Cases of two dosen ouai t bottles. 88.00 each fists ao not Keep it, invalids may Have it sent from the pring hj Railroad or Adams' Eipreai", by enclosing Poat Office Money Ordo s or Checks. Physicians and Clertfymcn supDlied for their own use with three-a-allnn demijohna at $3.60 eaoh ; with aix-gallon demijohns at i.ou owu , witn oases oi two anzen quarts ac se.ou eaen. eaicai ana olenoal vocation mnat be oprtinad ht nav 83.60 eaoh Medical ai et rvwrma 'ter or ntber responsible partis'. Address, i WHITNEY PR03.. 227 S. Front St.. Philadelphia, Iaj -XCOCOAINE MAR TBAB( The Bsst Hair Dressing and Restorer. l"BURNm!n5cybAINE.J Your Druggist nas it. MOTfflRSlSl MOTHERS!!! Vlnearar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink. made of Poor Rum, Whisky, Proof Spirits and Refuse Llanora. doctored, enlced. and sweetened to please the taste, called "Tonics," "Appetisers Restorers," a.c. mat lean tne uppier on to aruua- enness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invhrorator of the System, carrying off all polsonons matter and restoring tbe blood to a healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and Invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain in tneir results, sue ana reuaute in au iwuw ut disease. No Person earn tar.e thee Bitter accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided tneir bones are not destroyed 07 mineral poison or other means, and the vital 0 tne point or repair. 1 organs wasted beyond Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, Headache, Fain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest. Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attack Palpitation of tne Heart, innammauon 01 tne itungs, nun m tne region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarantee or its merits than m lengthy advertisement. For Female Comnlnlnts. in young Or Old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonlo Bitters display so de cided an influence that a luanteu improvement la soon perceptible. JFor Inflammstory and Chronic Rheu matism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bil ious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers. Diseases or the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitter have been most successful. Such Disease are caused by vitiated Blood, .Which is generally produced by .derangement of the Digestive Organ. iner air uoxtue rurgsuve ss wen si a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit or act ing aa a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and in BillouB Diseases. For Skin Dlaesvses, Eruptions, Tetter, sait- Rheum, Blotches, Spots, pimples. Pustules, Bolls, carbuncles, King-worms, ocaiu-ueaa, bo re r-yes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscoloratlons of the Skin, Pos't flail to procure MRS. WIKILOW SOOTH IX 6 SYJKTJP TOR CHILSBSlt TEETHING. This valuable preparation has been used with NEVER CAllainu buuujbjBs ai inuusanus ur hasks. , It not only relieves the child from paint but invigor ates the stomach and bowels, correct aoidity, and give tone and energy to the whole system. It will also in stantly relieve Orlplns la the Bewail and lOTaa Clto. ; Wa ha1iva it tha BEST and SUREST REMEDY TTf THE WORLD, in all cases ot DYSENTERY AND DIARRHEA in uwbUiU&H, wnetner arising from teething or any other cause. Derjend upon it mothers, it will sire rest to yourselves and Belief and Health to Your Infant. Be sure and call for ' ... i w Mr. Window's Soothlaa Syrup," Having the fac-a'mils of "0CTRTI3 PERKINS" on the outside wrapper. . .. Sold by Imglte throughout tho World, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system In a short time by the use of the Bitters, one Dome in sucn cases win convince wa most Incredulous of their curative effects. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever TOtt find Its '-uipurltles bursting through the skin In fimpies, Eruptions, or sores : cieanse it wnen you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleans it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system ' will follow. Ormteftil Thousands Proclaim VINEGAR BIT- tbrs the most wonderful InVlgorant that ever sus tained the singing system. fin. Tape, avua outer worms, ranting in the system of bo many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. Bays a disunguishea physiologist : There is scarcely an Individual on the face or the earth whose body Is exempt from tha -presence of worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of the body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmintics, wi free the system from worms like these Bitters. - Mefhanleal Diseases. Persons engaged la Paints and Minerals, Bach as Plumbers, Type setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advanoa in life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of Walker's Trx kuar BITTKR8 twice a week. Billons, Remittent, and Intermittent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of th Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by exten sive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these) various organs, is essentially necessary. There la no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. I. Walk ir's Vinkoar Bittbks, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with whioh tbe bowels are loaded, at the some time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. McrofMlrt, or King's Svll, Whit Swelling, TJlcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Eruptions of tbe Skin, Sor Eyes, etc, etc In these as in all other constitu tional Diseases, Walker's Vinioar Bitters hav shown their great curative powers in the most obstinate and Intractable cases. Dr. Walker California Vinegar Bit ters act on all these cases in a similar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove tbe cause, and by resolving away the effects of tbe Inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive health, and a acrmauent cure is effected. - Th properties ot Dr. Walkcr'S VlNIOA Bittkbs are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmlnattva, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic Sedative, Counter irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. Th Aperient and mild Laxative properties f Dk. Walker's Vinegar Bitters are the best safe-guard iu coses of eruptions and malignant fevers. Their bolsamlo, healing, and sootMngpro pertles protect tho humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous sys tem, stomach, and bowels, from lnOummation, wind, oollo, cramps, etc . Their Connter-Irrltant ' influence ex tends throughout the system. Their Antl-Blllua properties stimulate the Uvcr, In the secretion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts, and are superior t all remedial agents, for the cor of Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc 1 - Fortify the body against dlseas by purifying all its fluids with Vinbuar Bitters. No epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed. Direction. -Take of the Bitters on going to bod at night from a half to one and one-half wine glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege tables, and take out-door exercise. They ara composed ef purely vegetable Ingredients, sad contain no spirit. R. H. McDONALD dt CO., Druggists and Gen. Agts., Ban Francisco. 01., i cor. of Washington and Charlton fcxs., N.T. "jD hi alxi iiituuuutAB a -rr TEE HEW BOOKS. EDNA BROW TING. A new novel by Mrs. Mary J, Holmes, author 01 - Tempest a ttunsnine, "Aiens Rivers.' "Ethehrn'e Mistake." et, - Price (1.60 TRUE AS STEEL. 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