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Niagara Fallg Dry for a Da.
The winter of 1848 had been intensely cold, and the ice formed on Lake Erie was very thick. This was loosened around the shores by the warm days of eariy spring. Murine the day a still easterly wind moved the whcle field up the lake. Alout Bundown the wind chopped suddenly around and blew a gale from the west. This brought the vjst tract of ice down again with such tremendous force that it filled the neck of the lake, and the outlet, so that the outflow of thewaUiwas very greatly impeded. Of course it only needed a very short space of time for the falls to drain oft the watar below Black Rock. The consequence was that, when we arose in the morning at Niagaia, we found that our river was nearly half gone. The American channel had dwindled to a respectable creek. The British channel looked as though it had been smitten with a quick consumption and was fast passing away. Far up from the head of Goat Island, and out into the Canadian rapids, the water was gone, as it was also from the lower end of Goat Island, out beyond the tower. The rocks were bare, black, and forbid ding. The roar of Niagara had subsided almost to a moan. The scene was deso late, and but for its novelty and the cer tainty that it would change before many hour, would have been gloomy and sad dening. Every person who has visited Niagara will remembers beautiful jet of water which shoots up out of the water about forty rods south ot the outer S.s ter in the great rapids, called, with a singular contradiction of terms, the " Leaping Rock." The writer drove a buggy from near the head of Goat Island out to a point above and near to that jet. With a log cart and four horses he had drawn from the outside of the outer island a stick of pine timber, heved twelve inches equare and forty feet long. From the top of the middle island was drawn a larger stick, hewed on one side, and sixty feet long. There are few places on the globe where a per son would be le6s likely to go lumber ing than in the rapids of Niagara, just above the brink of the Horse-Shoe fall. All the i eople of the neighborhood were abroad exploring recesses and cavities that had never belore been ex posed to mortal eyes. The writer went some distance up the shore of the river. Large fields at tbe muddy bottom lay bare. The singular syncope of the waters lasted all the day, and night closed over the strange scene. But in the morning our river was restored in all its strength, beauty, and majesty, and we were glad to welcome its swell ing tide once more. Ho'Jey's Niagara. Extraordinary Cures. We have read many accounts of the extraordinary cures by Dr. Walker's California Vin egar Bitters, which have seemed in credible. 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 U an air of particularity and of truth about them which cannot be resisted. Oae manifest superiority the Vinegar Bitters possesses over other Alterative and Tonic preparations. It contains none of the burning fluids with which most advertised Bitters are impregnated. It cannot create Fever. Instead of clouding the brain, it clears it if cloud ed. It is well known that Alcohol, even of the purest description, weakens and untones the stomach instead of bracing it, and is, therefore, potion in cases ol Indigestion. Fancy, then, what must be the effect of the cheap Fire-icater em ployed in making ordinary Bitters and Tinctures on the weakened and inflamed digestive organs. Vinegar Bitters, on the other hand, soothes the stomach, while it increases the appetite and re laxes the bowels. Dr. Walker is a regu lar physician, and his remedies have just as much authority as any standaid remedies of the faculty. We believe they are destined to become a house hold medi.ine. Com. Gondolas are the cars, cabs and stages of Venice. No less than 4,000 of them are in daily use in that city. They are along all the quays, at all points in the Grand Canal, and in fact everywhere. Herring's Safes Again Triumphant. A telegram says : " Another Herring's eaf e rescued from the Boston rains. Everything saved. Nothing lost in Herring's safes "in this fire." Such faces need no comment. Herring & Co.'s office is at 46 State St.. Chicago. Such a filthy and profuse nasal dis charge ! Where does it all come from ? The little glands in the tissues lining the chambers of the nose are ulcerated and diseased, draw ing from the system it corruption. It is an outlet for its imparities. Stop this discharge by using the many advertised strong liquids, snuffs and inhalants, and you make an outlet in the lungs or elsewhere. The disease is translated to another locality more fatal. The rational way to cure is to correct the system by using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, which tones it up, cleanses the blood, and heals the diseased glands by a specific in fluence npon them, and, to assist, use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Jicmedy with Dr. Pierce's Na sal Douche, the only sy to reach the upper and back cavities where the discharge comes from. No danger from this treatment, and it is the only sure cure. The Douches and two medicines sold at once by druggists for . v, 618 Evert farmer who owns a good stock of horses,, cattlo and sheep, and intends to keep them through the winter, should get at once a good stock of Sheridan's Cavalry Con dition: Powders. One dollar's worth will save at least a half ton of hay fCom. Said a Parent to a Child. "Just look at these Shoes, only bought last week ; good as new, all but the toes, which are worn through. Monry thrown away, feet wet, stockings soiled, all because they were not Metal Tipped." Parents, take your choice neat, genteel, Silver Tipped shoes, which never wear out at the toe, or shoes without Tips, with ragged holes and protruding toes. AVliich looks the Best ? Which ia the Cheap est ? Com. The American Agriculturist, speakine about the great merits of CABLE SCREW WIRE Boots and Shoes, says . A trial of these goods for several months past, and the testimony we have from dealers, prove this method of fastening soles to be a good im provement ; there is no ripping, the wire holds until the sole of the shoe is fairly worn out." fCom. Persons who have become thoroughly chilled from any cause, may have their circu lation at once restored by taking into the stomach a tea spoonful of Johnsons Anodyne Liniment mixed in a little cold water, well sweetened -Com. - A handsome Christmas, present to a gentleman will be a hundred Elmwood Collars. They will last him year. All first-class fur nishing stores can supply them. Com. Mobmon Secrets Sent Fbek. Akdbew Henley, Omaha, Nebraska. Address THE WEEKLY SUN. Only $1 a Year. S Pages". Thb Best Faotxt Papeb The Weeklv N. Y. Sun. 8 pages. $1 a year. Send your Dollar. The Best Agricultural Papeb The Weekly N. Y. Sun. 8 pages, tl a year. Send your Dollar. The Best Political Paper The Weekly N.Y. Sun. Independent and Faithful. Against Public Plunder. 8 pages. $1 a year. Send your Dollar. The Best Newspaper, The Weekly New York , Sun. 8 pages flayear. Send your Dollar. Has All the News. The Weekly New York Sue. 8 pages. $1 a year. Send your Dollar. The Best Story Papeb. 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The roots from which the dead filaments were shed will soon be re-endowed with vitality, and a new growth vill speedily spring up ou the denuded places. This work of reproduction will go on until the damage is completely repaired, and the luxu riant crop of hair thus produced will never wither or Tall out as long as the vitalizing ap plication is regularly continued Com. Chapped hands, face, rough skin pimiles, ring-worm, salt-iheum, and other cutaneous affections, cured, and tbe skin made soft and smooth, by usiug the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. It is more convenient and easily applied than other remedies, avoiding ths trouble of the greasy compounds now in use. Com. Try Dooley's Yeast Powder, you will soon find it not only the best, but also the cheapest, Baking Powder. Put up full, net weight. Com. Ladies whose Complexions have been injured by the use of poisonous Powders, cos metics and washes, would do well to try "The Queen's Toilet." Com. For Coughs, Colds, and Throat Disor ders, use "Brown's Bronchial Troches," hav ing proved their efficacy by a test of many year. Com. CHALLENGE IS extended to the world to place before the. public defter ennoh or fun? remedy than ALLEN'S LL.iG BALSAM. Veeilt it Hath Ko Equal. CONSUMPTIVES. READ I Wonld yon r nre tha distressine congh, and bring bark that beaithy viiror ti 1 lately planted in your cheek? If 100 would, do not delay ; for. ere you are aware, it will be too late. ALLEN'S LrXG BALSAM Is yon r hope. It has been tried by thousands loch as you. who bare been cured : many, in 'heir gratitude, have lent their names to ub. that suflenug humanity can read thir evidence and believe. Doii't expri ment with new and uutried mixtures you canuot af ford it b it try at once this iuvaluaDle art cle. It is warranted to break up the moat truu'desome cough in a lew hours, if not of too long standing. It Is war ranted to e!v entire satisfaction in all cases of lnoe and throat difficulties. UNSOLICITED EVIDENCE OF ITS MERITS. RSiD THE FOLLOWING: WHAT WELL KvnVN DRUOOTST9 BAY ABOUT ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. SPHisoriELD. Tens.. Sept. 11, 1S72. (iENTLEX'N: ShlD na six riiiren Allan's T imo tl-l. jam at once. We have not a Wottle left in onr Store It has more reputation than any cough medicine we aom. ana we nave ueeu in the urug busi ness twenty-seven years ; we mean just what we any about the Balsam. ' Very truly your. HCET & TANNER. AGAIN REAP THE EVIDENCE from a Druggist who was curtd by use of the Balsam, and now sells it largely. L. C. '"ottrell. Drnffirlst at Murine ntv writes. Sept. 12, 1.-72: "lam out of Allen's Luna Bal sam; send m- half a gross as soon as you can: I would rathe be out of any other medicine in mv steie. The Lime Balsam u-ver fails to do good lor those afflicted with a congh " it is Harmless to tne most delicate child. It contain no opium in any form. It is sold by Aiedicine-dkalerg generally. CAUTION. Be not deceived. Call for ALLEN'S LUNG BAL A1, and take no other. Directions accompany each bottle. J. N. HARRIS A CO., Cincinnati, O., Fbopbietobs. 2i- Sold by all Medicine Dealers. The Markets. NEW YORK. Beeves Prime Common Hoos Dressed Cotton Middling Upland. .. Flouh Superfine Western. . . Wheat Xo. 2 Chicago Cons Mixed Western 13 a 10 a o4 a 19a 80 a 52 a G2a 5iJ4a 90 a 58 a 00 a 14 11 7 20 67 55 Oats Western Eye Western Barlet Western Poek Mess 12 T,m, CHICAGO. Beeves Choice 5 75 a 6 25 a 5 25 a 5 00 a 4 00 a 2 00 75 00 25 bO 90 23 28 25 50 2134 nc 313 253 623 66 40 50 IW4 33 253 64 50 J 00 80 75 55 41 33 75 G;jd; 5 Medium Grades 4 Stock Cattle Common 3 Inferior. 2 Hogs Live 3 Butter Choice Eoas Fresh Flock White Winter Extra. 7 70 a 3 a 26 26 a 00 a 9 00 a 7 20a 1 Hal 31 a 25 a 62 a 60a 75 a 37Ja 11 7 a 00 a 6 13 a 1 32 a 25 a 63 a 63 a 09 a 12 00 a G 50 a 3 Spnns Extra 6 Wheat No. 1 Spring. 1 ISO. 2 burins; 1 Cobs No. 2 Oats No. 2 Rye No. 2 Bablet No. 2 . Poke Old Mess 11 New Mess 11 Laed ST. LOUIS. Flocr XX. 6 Wheat No. 2 Spring . . 1 Cork No. 2 Mixed Oats Rye Barley Pork Mess 12 Lard Cattle 3 Hoos 3 CINCINNATI. Flour 7 Wheat 1 Corn Oats Rye Barley CO a 7 54 a 1 40 a 27 a 72 'a . a 00 a 65 a 3 .. a 20 a ni4a 37 a.-. 27 a 62 a 64 a 69 a 58 a Pork Mess 12 Lard Hogs 3 MILWAUKEE. Flour Spring Extra Wheat No. 1 1 No. 2 ... , 1 Cobs No. 2 Oats No. 2 Eye-No. 1 Barley No. 2 CLEVELAND. Wheat No. 1 Red 1 No. 2 Red 1 Corn Oats " TOLEDO. Wheat No. 1 Thite Michigan 1 Au.ber Michigan . . . . 1 Corn High Mixed Low do Oats 80 45 a 37 a 75 a 62 a 37 a 36Ma 21 a 46 29 Lung Complaints, Bronchitis, Asthma, tc, are speedily relieved, and. if taken in time, permanently cured by Dr. Jayno's Ex pectorant. You will fiud it also a certain rem edy for Coughs and ColdB. Com. Medical BlaasUrsi. From the period when surgeoas applied their salves to weapons instead of wounds to the present wide awake Me. the medical profession has often nn wit tingly taken side with Disease in its conflicts with the haman system. Even yet, in spite of the teachings of centuries of experience, some physicians; believe in depleting their patients, already seriously exhausted by sickness, with powerful evacuants, emetics, salt rants, ceutharidal plasters, or the lancet But, provi dentially, publio intelligence ia ahead of these medi cal fossils, who belong of right to the era of the Crusades I That powerful ally of nature in its war fare with the cause of sickness, Hosletter's Stomach Bitters, has opened tbe eyes of the masses to the para mount importance of increasing the vital strength oi the body when menaced by disease. They understand that when the atmospheric conditions are adverse to health as, for example, in damp, chilly or severely cold weather it is wise to reinforce thesystem with a wholesome tonic and stimulant, and thus enable it to couibat and repel the depressing influence of an in clement temperature. If the sonstitutional and ani mal powers were always thus recruited in the pres ence of danger, the mortality from consumption, bronchitis, chronic rheumatism, etc., would be much less than it now is. The causes which produce croup colds, quinsey. diphtheria and catarrh seldom affect strong and active vital system; and of all vitaliiinj preparations, Hos tetter's Bitters has proved the most efflc.ont. It is not claimed that this standard tonic if a specific for lnn and throat maladies, as it is fot dyspepsia, liver complaint and intermittent, but it it unhesitatingly asserted that it is the best knows safeguard against all the atmospheric elements ol disea.e. 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All letters must be addressed to mai orrics, Zm D. SIKE, Bos 86. 101 W. Stn H. , CINCINNATI, O. GIFT Ei u RADVAY'S READY RELIEF Cures the Worst Pains in rnon ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. NOT ONE H0TJB, aftkb mmia this asvebtuiimint, Weed any one Suffer with Pain. Kd way's Ready Relief Is a Core for every Pain. IT Wig TIH riBST AND IS THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that instantly stops the most excruciating pains, al lays Inflammations, and cures Congestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or ether glands or organs, by one application. IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no matter how violent or excruciating the pain the EHECMATIC. Bed-ridden, Infirm. Crippled, Nerv ous. Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF WILL AFFOBD INSTANT EASE. Inflammation of the Kidneys, , - . In flnmmnt ion of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowels, ' . Congestion of the Lungs. Sore Throat, Difficult Breathing. un" Hysterics, Croup,P?l,.,,,h,e,.nn,0, Ue"t Headache, Toothache, Ca,arrh' Cold Chills, Ague Cmr?UI"' Khm Tho application of the READY BELIEF to the part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists will afford ease and comfort. Twenty drops in half a tnmbler of water will in a tew momenta cure Cramps, Spasms Sour Stomach Jf-'.rtVnrn. Sick Hadacae. Diarrhea. Df EUtery! Colic. Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal I'aine. vrV??.?Ir.8i1.aJiJw,,y8 CHrrT a bottle of KAD V,AV3 READY BELIEF with them. Af.wdrops la water wi.l prevent sickness or pxins from change of water. It is better thau French Brandy or Bitters u a stimulant, "'"no FEVER AND AGUE. FEYER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents. There Is not a remedial agent in this world that will cure Kever and Ague, and all other Malarious. Bilious beayAbeliels) bo qu,ct M BAD'S Fifty Cents per Battle. HEALTH. BEAUTY. STRONG AND Pl'ItE RICH BLOOD-IN. CREASE OF FLESH AND "WEIGHT CLEAR SKIN AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL. DR. RADVAY'S SIRSAPARILLIAN Has made the most astonishing Cures'; so quick, so rapid are the changes the Body undergoes, under the Influence of this truly Wonderful Medicine, that Every Day an Increase in Flesh, and Weight is Seen and Felt. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Every drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLV EftT communicatee, through the blood. Sweat, Urine and other fluids and juices of the system tbe vi. orof life, fit it repairs the wastes of th body with new and souud material. (Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption. Irlandnlar disease. Ulcers in tin throat. Mouth Tumors, Nodes in the Glands and other parts of the system. Sore Eyes. Strumorous discharges irom the Ears, ana the worst forms of hkio diseases. Eurptious Faier Sores. Sca d Bead. Ring Worm, Sail Rheum Erysipelas. Acne, Black Spots. Worms in the Flesh 1 union, Cancers iii the omb, and all weakening and painful oischarf es. Night bweata. Loss of t-perm and all wastes of the life principle, are within she curative range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, ami a few days nse will prove to any per on using it for either ot these forms of disease it. potent power to cure them. 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