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The Goodrich Mnrder The Motive for
the Deed. Minnie Waltliam, alias Kate Stou dard, the murderer of Charles Goodrich, in Brooklyn, on the 21st of March last, and -who has just been arrested for the crime,, has made a confession, of -which the following is the substance : She had been living -with Charlie, as she called the deceased, and was great ly attached to him. He wanted to cast her off, but she loved him so much that she could not leave him. She en treated on her knees that he would allow her to remain, but he was nrm, and, in fact, brutal, in his treatment of her, and the Thursday before the Friday cn which the body was found was the Caltfoknia's Biggest 2s ttgget. How much we owe to California! Her pre cious metals have enriched thousands of our fellow-citizens, and have proved the main-stay of America in times of nation al pecuniary embarrassment. Her min ing industries bave given employment to mvriads of mechanics and laborers. She is'the land of promise to the fortune seeker. But the Golden State has lately sent us a new treasure. Her last nugget is Dr. W.vlkee's California Vinegar Bitters. The health-giving principles contained in this curative are a more precious boon than gold. In all affec tions of the liver and stomach, remittent and intermittent fevers, rheumatism, and pulmonary diseases, it may be re- - -J T T ft 1 1 ,T n a 3 day fixed for her to leave him. He "P""-. a uluof . J r . . .... t-tnYvranfc it-, k mi ormfl lpfl nnnfrmcr the ' '0 i' w "-i" x ,. o circulation and infusing new vigor into the debilitated frame. It conquers that most unyielding of all complaints, dys pepsia, and we know of no other remedy threatened her with all sorts of things if she dared to trouble him further. She had remained in the house in Degrand street all the previous evening, and in. the morninp when Goodrich got up she again besought him not to cast her off. He was very angry, and refused her re quest, or to hear" her at all. He then went into the basement at the front of the house, and proceeded to light the Baltimore heater located there. The murderess said she loved the man so much that she could not leave him. "When she saw him determined to dis card her, she worked herself up to mur der him. She had ODe of his revolvers in her pocket, not the one which the detective found lying at the house be side the corpse, and while Goodrich was stooping down on one hand and knee in the act of IjKhtinjr the heater, she drew the pistol, and, extending her hand toward him, she said " Chftiiie." He looked up and she shot him three times. These were the fatal wounds which the post-mortem examination discovered. After she committed the murder on Thursday morning, she waited all that day and night in the house, watching it. On Friday morn ing she had occasion to go to New York, and early that morning she washed the blood from the face of the murdered man with the towei. which she after ward wrung out. and which was also found damp by the police. She it was who fixed the corpse as it was discov ered, and when she had done this she went over to New York for something or other, and was about to return to the house on that Friday evening. She came over the Fulton ferry, and, ere she had fairly put her foot on the street, she heard the newsboys crying out, " Extra murder of Charles Goodrich." She bought a papfr and returned to New York. She states, " I killed him for love I couldn't part with bim." Railroads and their Cost. H. T. Foor's "Railroad Manual for 1S73 1,'' just published, gives a detailed statement of 425 different railroads, of which the following is a summary : Miles of railroad. 57.323 Cost -53,159,423.057 Cost per mile 55.118 Gross receipts 4S3.241.055 Operating expenses 307.486.682 Net earnings ICS, 754.373 Dividends paid 64.418.151 The total number of mile3 in opera tion is C7,104, of whieh 6,427, built last year, made no return, and others refuse information. The total earnings are S110. 000,000 more than the receipts in the United States Treasury, and the net earnings 848,000,000 moretlian the Gov ernment Jiterest account. The total cost is 8900,000,000 more than the na tional debt. Thirty-three thousand nine hundred and thirty-four miles have been built since 1SG3. Cholera ! This terrible scourge is threatening this country again. This fact is well calculated to impress our readers with the necessity and the advantage of life insurance, and will greatly increase, as the war did, the number of persons seeking insurance. It is a good time now for any one fitted therefor, to se cure the agency of a first-class company. The National Life Insurance of the United States of America, chartered by Congress, with a capital of one million dollars, and charges for insurance only about three-fourths those of mutual in stitutions, is a company of which any agent or policy-holder may well be prone, and we clieerluHy advise all per- j sons looking for insurance or for em- I ployment to address that company at its Branch Office in Philadelphia. Com. Tee Jews. The press of Tienna, whieh is very important and influential, is worked, owned, written, and influ enced by jews. In Tienna there are to day more Jews than crossed the Jordan with Joshua, and in the Austrian em pire there are as many Jews as there were in Judea at the time of Titus. The Jews of Europe play a most important part in music, in money-making, and in politics. They have taken possession of much of the goods of Europe without striking a blow in battle or sustaining the burdens of national life. If ever there was a race specially favored by Providence, it is the Jewish race, for it is the wealthiest, most courted., and most influential in Europe. Tee steamship Atlantic, after having successfully encountered violent storms, was wrecked when almost in sight of the harbor she was seeking. Many a man has acquired a fortune by patient in dustry and lost it at the last, leaving his family destitute. It follows that every man should insure his life. Life insur ance affords absolute protection to the family. Be careful to select a good com pany one that you can always depend upon. The New York Life Insurance Company offers every inducement to insurers, having assets amounting to 22,000,000, and every desirable form of policy. Full particulars can be had by addressing the home office, at 346 and 348 Broadway, New York, or by calling on one of their agents. Good agents wanted everywhere. Com. PrivEenxess en" England. At Liv erpool and elsewhere I . have been shocked at the drunkenness prevailing, and among women. One sees much more of it than in the United States. At Liverpool, I saw, at evening, many women lyinf on the steps of St. George's Hll, dead drunk. One sees in the cities of England an extreme of poverty and wretchedness never witnessed in the United States. London Cor. Chicago Trlbrnc. - - In Bengal 7,000 persons were killed by tigers in three years. The annual loss of cattle by tigers in the same way is 5,000,000. that can accomplish this. Its entire freedom from alcoholic spirit, which re tards and neutralizes the effect of any medicine, and which forms the basis of many of the pseudo bitters and tonics, doubly enhances its value to the sick. The papers of the United States vie with one another in doing honor to Dr. Walk er. TATe, too, add our voice, and say all honor to the man whose science and skill have enabled him to draw from the veg etable kingdom such a balsam for human suffering. Com. A Bad Beginning. The first lottery mentioned in English history began its drawing at the western door of St. Paul's Cathedral, January 11, 1509, and con tinued day and night until May 6 follow ing. Its profits were devoted to repair ing the fortifications on the coast of England, and the prizes were pieces of plate. Farmers' Foirth or Jriv. The masterly address of S. M. Smith, Secre tary of the Illinois State Farmers' Asso ciation, delivered at Pontiac, HI., on the 4th of July, Las been published by J. TV. Dean, Itooin 6, Tribune Building, as an eight-page document. Price : Single copy, 2 cents ; 10 copies, 15 cents ; 100 copies, 75 cents ; 1.000 copies, $5. To Break Up Colds, Fevers, In flammatory and Bilious Attacks, take a full cathartic dose of Dr. Pierce's Tlessant Purga tive Pellets when the attack first comes on, and follow with two or three Pellets each day until a perfect cure is effected. They cure these cases by arousing all the secretions, re lieving obstructions, thus reducing the action of the heart, relieving the congested blood vessels, softening the pulse, producing gentle perspiration, and subduing the heat and fever. TwentT-nve cents a vial, bv all Druggists. Coin." Rheumatism. Among many remark able cures by Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment. I send you the following: I found my friend Deacon Barber, of thin place, prostrate and helpless from a severe attack of Inflammatory Rheumatism. With his consent I made a thorough application of the ointment to the diseased parts, rubbing it on with my own hands. I used one bottle. The next morning he was able to come to the breakfast table, and said he felt like a new man though a good Providence had sent me there. Within a week he was perfectly well and at work on his farm. J. E. Keelee, Wheatland, Mich. The Vital Drain. It is necessary to the health of the body that its exhausted and refused particles should be carried off by the excretory organs, and it is equally necessary that the waste matter thus expelled should be replaced by new elements derived from digested and assimilated food. It is evident, therefore, that good digestion and perfect assimi lation are essential to bodily vigor; and it is be cause Hostetter's Stomach Bitters powerfully as sist these processes, that it is regarded by the intelligent classes, whose opinions are founded on. observation, as the only absolute specific f.r dyspepsia and its attendant ills, at present known. When the system, either from constitutional causes, overwork, excess, anxiety, or actual dis eases, is in an unnaturally relaxed condition, something more than its exhausted particles passes through the pores. Vitality leaks through these ventages. Elements which should remain in the blood and enrich it are evolved, and that fluid becomes then watery and incapable of re moving the solids of the body as fast as they decay. The consequences are emaciation, debility, ner vousness, loss of spirits, and a general, or perhaps a rapid, decline cf all powers of life. It is in cases like this that the restorative properties of Hos tetter's Bitters are most conspicuous. The first two or three doses sometimes produce a change in the feelings and aspect of the invalid that is per ectly astonishing, and by a persevering use of this superlative vegetable tonic and alterative, the vital drain is snr; to be arrested, the strength reinstated, the nesn restored, the constitution re inforced, and the brain relieved cf the cloud that obscured it. The late Gov. Geary pronounced Dr. Shallenberg. er's Fever and Ague Antidnte a public benefaction A single trial will establish its merit. The Markets. XEW IOEK Beeves Choice 11 Common. Hogs Dressed Cotton Middling Upland Flocb Superfine Western 5 Wheat No. '2 Milwaukee 1 Corn Mixed Western Oats T. ye Western Pork Mess 17 Labd CHICAGO. Beeves Choice Good Medium Common Inferior Hogs Live Flour White Winter Bed Winter Wheat No. 1 Snring No. 2 Spring No. 3 Spring Coex No. 2 Oats No. 2 Eye No. 2 Baelet No. 2 Bcttep. Choice Dairy Eggs Fresh Pork Mess T.inn ST. LOUIS. Wheat No. 3 Bed Fall Coes No. 2 Mixed , Oats No. 2 Eye No. 2 Poke Mess Lard Hobs 3 Cattle 4 CINCINNATI. Flotb 6 Wheat No. 2 Eed 1 9 a 12 10 10 5 50 42 fa 1 43i 55 I 60" 43 52 79 .. 37117 50 9 9 5 75 6 50 5 50 (a 5 75 3 50 4 75 2 75 3 75 25 to) 2 75 5 4 50 00 fi) 9 00 Ayer's Hair Vigor, FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR To its Natural Vitality and Color. Advancing years, sickness, care, disap pointment and heredi tary predisposition, all turn the hair gray, and either of them in cline it to shed prema turely. Aria's Hair Vigor. by long and extensive use, has proven that it stops the falling of .the hair immediately; o'ten renews the growth, and always iurely restores its color, when faded or gray. It stimulates the nutritive orffans to healthy activity, and preserves both the hair and its beauty. Thus brashy, weak or sickly hair be comes glossy, pliable and strengthened; lost hair regrows with livelv expression ; 'falling hair is checked and stablished ; thin hair thickens and faded or gray hair resume their original color. Its operation is sure and harm.ess. It cures andruff, heals all humors, and keeps the scalp conl. clean and soft under which conditions, diseases of the scalp are impossible. As a dressing for ladies' hair, the Vic.or is praised for its grateful and agreeable perfume, and valued for the soft luster and richness of tone it imparts. PREPARED BT C. AYER & CO. Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. SjZi! ly all Druggists and Dealers in Medicine. For Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, In digestion. Depression of Spirits and General Debility, m their various forms. Jteero-Phos-phorated Elixir of Calisaya made bv Cas well, Hazard k Co., New York, and sold by all druggists, is the beet tonic. As a stimulant tonic for patients.recovering from fever or other sickness, it has no equal. If taken during the season it prevents fever and ague and other intermittent fevers. Com. Cholera ajtd Pais Killer. Perry Davis' Pain Killer is an excellent regulator of the stomach and bowels, and should always be kept on hand, especially at this season of the year, when so many suffer from bowel com plaints. There is nothing so quick to re lieve in Attacks of Cholera. Sold at only 25 cents a bottle, by Merchants and medicine dealers generally. Com. Corn 491S 50 Rye 69 j 70$ Oats 35 S 45 Poke Mesa 17 00 Laud 8 (S 8 MILWAUKEE. Wheat No 1 1 26 .. No. 2 . .. 1 19J Cork No. 2 374 5 Oats No. 2 29 .. Rye No. 1 &l& Barley No. 2 75"' CLEVELAND. Wheat No. 1 Eed 1 55 No. 2 Red 1 41 (a) .. Corn 46 (& 47 Oats 41 .jt TOLEDO. Wheat No. 1 Eed 1 56 No. 2 Red 1 51 (w Cors 43 45 Oath 35 39 Dr. J i i ill JsliAi THE BEST IN THE WORLD m 4 30 tmmiuJMumu'tKy w VTJiSpNJSEWlMM t , niii "ir n'r Ti in rn I t' ""iVI I 7 00 i KEg&liMl 00 (a) 23 Cw 15 05 37 29 59f 59 (a) 17 13 & 15 80 45 85 8 15 8 20 1 50 361 ( 29" 62 .. 16 50 ffi.16 62 8i 8 90 50 R I2i RADWAY'S READY RELIEF Cures tlie Worst Pains IS rEOM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. NOT ONE HOUB, A PTES HEADING THIS AD VXETUIMrNT, Weed any one Suffer with Pais Kodway's Read Relief is a Cure for every Patn. IT WS THE FIRST A'D IB THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that instantly stops the most excruciating pains, al lays Inflammations, and cures Congestions, whether of the Langs, 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 BUEUMATIC, Bea-ridden, Infirm. Crippled, Nerv ous. Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF WILL AFFOBD INSTANT EASE. Inflammation of the Kidneys Inflammation of the Bladder. Inflammation of the Bowels Congestion of the Lano, Sore Throat, Difficult tti-emhinc, Palpitation ot the Heart, Hysterics, Croup, Diphtheria, Catarrh, Influenza, Headache, Toothache, , . ,. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chills, Ague Chills. The application of the BEADY BELIEF t3 the part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists will afford ease and comfort. Twenty drops in half a tumt.ler of water will in a frw moments cure Crampa, Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick H adacne. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal Pains. Traveler" should a' ways enrry a bottle of EAD WAV'S KE ADY BELIEF with them. A few drops i water will prevent sickness or pnins from change of water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters ai a stimulant. FEVER AMD ACUE. FEVER AND AGCE cured for fifty cents. There is not a remedial agent in tliis world thatwi'l cure Frver and A?He. and all other Malarious. Bilious Scarlet. Tvphoid. Yellow, and other Fevers (nbM l.v BD'VAYS PILL-) so quick as HAD WAY'S EEADY; KEL1EF. Fifty Cents per Bittle. HEALTH. BEAUTY. STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD-I.. CREASE OF FLESH AND WEKJIIT t'LEAK SKIN AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL, A fact worth remembering Five cents' worth of $fierilans Cavalry Condition Po'C'lerg. given to a horse twice a week, will eave double that amount in grain, and the horse will be fatter, sleeker, and every way worth more money than though he did not have them. Com. We see by the Chicago papers that Procter 4 Gamble have reduced the price of . i i 1 1 - i i , , , iuir long est&Dusnea ana popular Drana Mottled German Soap, itB present price and superior quality makes it the cheapest as 'well as the best soap for consumers. Maerled ladies, under all circum stances, will find Parsons' Purqatice Pills afe : and. in small dosen, a mild cathartic. They cause no griping pains or cramp. Com. B.vrs KILLER ITS MERITS. 23. ASIATIC CHOLERA IN CHINA. TrsGCHOw, China, Aug. MeBsrs. Peket Davis & Soit : Dear Sirs Durinc a lon residence in China. I have used your invaluable Pain Killer, both iu my own family and amontf the Chinese, and have found it a most excellent medicine. In the Brimmer of X2 and '63, while residing iu Shanghai, I found it an almost certain cure for Chnlera, if used in time. Indeed, using it in a great many instances, I do not remember failing in a single case. For three years I have been residing in this place, more than fifty miles from a physician, and have been obliged often to fall back upon my own resources iu cases of sickness. The Chinese come to us in great numbers for medicine and advice. Though with out medical knowledge ourselves, the few simple remedies we can command are so much in advance even of their physicians, that we have almost daily applications. We allow them to come, be cause it brings us in contact with them, and opens a door to usefulness. In diarrhea, colic, vomiting, cholera, coughs, 4c, your Pain Killer has been my chief medicine. Yours, very trulv. T. P. CRAWFORD. CINCINNATI lion Ttt Leajii Industrial FAIR of AMERICA! mm Expsi TO INVESTORS. The Northern Pacific Railroad Company having determined to close its 7.30 First Mortnapre Guld Loan at an auLrretrate not exceeding thirtv million dollars, and thereafter to pay no higher rate of interest tban b per cent, on further ipsnes of its bonds, the hmitea remainder of the 7 3-10 han is how being disposed of hrouqh the usual agencies. lie attention oi tose wisntug to reinvest JULY COUPONS AND DIVIDENDS is called to this favorable opportunity for obtain ing tnese bouns. As the bonds rf this issue are made receivable inpayment of the Company's land at 1-10, they are in constant ana increasing tremanu tor tnis purpose, and will continue to be after the loan is closed a fact which much enhances their value and attractiveness as an investment. The Company has more than fiOO miles of its Ri-ad built and in operation, including the entire Eastern Division, connecting Lake Superior and the navigation of the Missouri River: it has earned title to nearly Ten Million Acres of its Land Grant, and sales of lauds have thus far averaged o.6G per acre. All marketable securities are received in ex change for Northern Pacifies. JAY COOKE &. CO. REWARD For any cae of E'ind. Bl-e'tine, Itchins or Ck- rattd file, tut D.i5jng cure. It is nrepa'-cd ex presslyto cure the Piles and noihinf lse. hold allDruegisrs. Price 8 1 .(mi tC f- COrt per iay! Agents wanted! Allrlasses v w vMV tr working people tf either sex youngor old, make more money at work for us in rlieir srare ini. monts or all the. time than at any Thing elf?. Particulars free. Acaress ti. Stiusou & Co.. Portland, Maine. liie fourtfl. ixHioiticn will open Wednesday, September 3, and con tinue until Saturday, October 4, 1873. Goods received from Augpist 4th. to 30th. Exhibitors should make imme diate application for space. 10,000 FARMERS WANTED, To Improve 1,455,000 acres Railroad Lands In the Middle Region of Western Iowa. Average credit price, $6peracre. Titleclear Climate and soil the best In the world. Pure running streams. No fever and ague. These lands are traversed by the Chicago 4c North western and 111. Central Iowa'lmes, over which land .exploring nonets are sola irora cnicago, lie Clinton, &c receivable for lands purchased. agents will attend parties through from Chicago, and "AMERICAN SAWS." BEST IX THE WORLD. MOTABLE-TOOTII Eli ClttCtXARS, FERFORATKO 'K OSS CITS. Ser:d for Pamphlet to AMERICAS SAW CO., SEW YORK WORKING CLASS. MALE or FEMALE, 860 a weekiruaranteed. Kespect' able emplevment, at home, dav or evening no capi tal required; full instructions and valuable package of goods sent free by mail. Address, with six-cent return stamp, M. YOUNG t CO.,16Cortlandt-st., N.T. Its Merits are Txscrpassed. If you are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, Ttceiityto Thirty Drops in a littleWater, will almost instantly cure you. There is nothing to equal it. In a few moments it cures Colic, Cramps. Spasms. Heart-burn, Diarrhea, Dys entry, flttx. Wind in the Sotrels, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. In sections of the country where FEVES AND AGCE prevails, there is no remedy held In greater es teem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A few dropp, in water, will prevent sickness or bowel troubles from change of water. From foreign countries the calls for PAIN KILLER are great. It is found to Cure ClKlera urhen all other Remedies fail. WHEN TSED EXTERNALLY, AS A LINIMENT, nothing gives quicker ease in Burns. Cuts, Bruises, Snrains. Stinus from Iusects. and Scalds. It re moves the tire. Hud the wound heals like oruinary sores. Those suffering with RHEUMATISM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA, if not a positive cure, they find the PAIS KILLER gives them relief when no other remedy will. Jt Gives Instant Belief from Aching Teeth. From 1S40 to this dav, 1870 (Thirty Years), PERRY DAVIS' PAIX KILLER has had no RivaL Every Housekeeper shouid keep it at hand, to apply it on the tirst attack of any Pain. It will give satisfactory relief, and save hours oi suffering. Do not trifle with yourselves by testing untried remedies. Be sure youcailfor and get the genuine PAIN KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be sold on the great reputation of this valuable medicine. Directions accompany each bottle. Price 25 cts., 50 cts., and SI per Bottle. J. N. HARRIS A CO., CINCINNATI, O., Proprietors for the Southern and Western States. Fob Sale et all Medicine Dealers. The Ajtxotaxce ajtd Di sagkeeab lexers of Pim ples and Blotches on the Skin may be gotten rid of by using Dr. Jayne's Alterative, a safe and rationa cure ior an baa .diseases, x.rupuons, xeiter, oait ttrenin, sc. exploring tickets are sola from Chicago, Dcbuque, iem show tne lauds to purcnasers. For K. B. tickets or hand-book and guide, giving maps, descriptions, lo cations, prices, terms, and all information, call on or aauress, iwti is. tALHOlJi, Land Commie sioner Iowa K. B. Land Co. Optics EandoJph Street. Chicago, 111., or ceaar Kapius, iowa. SCROLL SAWS, THK CHEAPEST AND IS it ST IS USE. 571 Send for circulars. Lafayette, Ind.. June 16th. l?3. Mr. Lewis Fagix: Dear Sir I am using one of your Scroil Saws, and we like it very much. We think we can beat any of their high priced saws for true and smooth work. Pleaee eend me one dozen 14 inrh eaws, mostly narrow, the widest not over half inch, and all of them thick. Send hy express, C. O. D., immediately, and oblige, ALICE AND PHEBE CARY. ' 'A beautiful Memorial of these authors", bv the brilliant writer, Mart Clemhek Ames, with a col lection oi taeir later mras ana two Portraits on steel. In one eletrant volume. 82. For sale by all bookseller , or sent by mail oh re ceipt oi price cy tne puunsners. HTJED & HOUGHTON, New York. THE RIVERSIDE PRESS, Cambridge. Addmt lor Pries List sad dtftcripuon, 0EDER1CK & CO.. ALBANY. N.T. BALES HAT without Tnucpiag or Stopping. TEE P. K. rZISSICS FESPEISAL E&Z f 2X23 OPTO tt EACH WEEK AGEXTS WANTED. O i NtUV Business legitimate. Particular tree. o. WORTH, St. Iionis, ilo. Box sfel. TB'MPERIAL. GIX -The only Gin disMllea In 1 America oy me nouana proceBS. Meaicinsti- 1 Jv and Chemically Dure. Eaual to the 1m ported, at less than half the price. H. H. EHCFELDT & CO., Chicago. GIFT Ell DR. RADWAY'S Dr. J. Walker's California Viu esrar Bitters are a purely Vegetabla preparation, made chiefly from the na tive herbs found on the lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, the medicinal properties of which, are extracted therefrom without the usa of Alcohol. The question is almost daily asked, 'What is the cause of the unparalleled success of Yixegar Bit tees?" Our answer is, that they remova the cause of disease, and the patient re covers his health. I hey are the great blood purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the system.' Never before in tho history of the world has a medicine been compounded possessing the remarkable qualities of Vinegar Bitters in healing the sick of every disease man is heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, relieving Cougestimi or Inflammation of the Liver anil Visceral Organs, in Bilious Diseases. The properties of Dr. Walker's Vixegai: Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant, Sudoritic, Altera tive, and Anti-Bilio3 U. H. .'ii'JUXALD CO.. Druitii-t i'..ii Gi':i. A jrts.. Sun Kr;i!icisc". California, ami ;or. of Washington ami Charlton Sts.. X. Y. tltl by all l)rgitts and Di-slcrs. Una made the most amonlHhina Cures bo quick, no rapid are the chances the Iody 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 droo of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLV ENT couimuuicatea through the blood. Sweat, Urine nud other fluids and juices of the syHtem the vUor oi life, f jr it repairs the wastes of th body with new and souud material. &croiula. Syphilis, Consumption. G:audulttr disease, L leers in th throat. Mouth. Tumors, Ncdet iu the Glands and other parts of the system. Sole Eyes. Strumorous discharues Irom tlie Kara, and tlie won-t forms of Skin diseases. Eurptioua, Fever Sores, Sca d Head, Ring Worm, Sal i liheum. Erysipelas, Acne, Black SpotB. Worms iu the Flesh Tuuiors, Cancers in the Womb, and all weak eniue; and painful oiscbares. Night Sweats. Loss of Sperm and all wastes ot the life priiiciole. are within the cni-MtivA range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few I aays' us win prore to any penon using it lur either of tl ee forms of disease iu potent power to cure uiein. 1 1 the vatient. daily becomine reduced bv the wastes and decomposition Unit is continually progressing, succeeds iu arresting these wastes, and repairs the same wit n new material mace irom nealthr Wood and this theSAKSAPARILLIAN will and does secure a cure is certain; for wLen once this remuy com mences its work of purification, and succeeds iu duoitiishiug the loss of wastes, its repairs will be lapij, and every day the patient will feel hiuiseif g. owiog better an-1 stronger, the food die.iiinr bet ter, appetile improving, and flesh and weight increasing. JNot only aoes tneSABSAPARiLLlAN Kesolvex- excel all known remedial agents iu tne cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitutional, and Skin diseases; but ii is the only positive cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb di-eases. Gravel. Diabetes. I ropey, Moppage ot Vt aier, Incontinence of brine. Brigltt's Disease. Albumiuuria. and in all tafeswhere tliere are brick-dust deposits, or the water is thick. clouuy, nuxt-u witn substances like tue wuiteot an egg. or threads like white silk, or there is a morbid, dork, bilious appearance, and white bone-dust de posits, and when there is a Drickime. burnins sensa tion when passing water, and pain in the Small of the aci aud along tue JLoins. Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured by ItADWAY'S 11E.SOL.VENT. PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. TERPRIS The only Reliable Cift Distribution in the Country I $50,000.00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN L. D. SINE'S 162nd REGULAR MONTHLY To be drawn Monday, Aug. 11th, 1873. One Grand Capital Prize of $5,000 I N GOLD! SlllfmNBEKS! One Family Carriage and Matched Horses with Silver-mounted Harness, worth $1.6001 One Horse and Buggy, with Silver-mounted Harness, worth S600I One Fine-toned Bosewood Piano, worth $500! Five Family Sewing Machines, worth 8100 eachl 750 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches (in all), worth from g-JO to $300 each. Gold Chains, Silver ware, Jewelry, Ac, Ac. Whole number Gifts, 6,000. Tickets limited to CO.0O0. Agents wanted to sell Tickets, to whom liberal premiums will be paid. Single Tickets. $1; Six Tickets, $5; Twelve Tickets, $10 Twenty five Tickets, $30. Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de scription of the manner of drawing, and other information in reference to the Distribution, will be sent to any one ordering them. All letters must be addressed to maix office, L. D. SINE!, Box 86, lOl W. irmii-st. Cincinnati, O, DR. RADWAY'S Perfect Protiye and Replatim Pills. perfectly tasteless, elegnntly coated with sweet enm, ViI?X.-IllVfi-,1LUTty',clea-Dse and strengthen. RADtt A PILLS, for the cure of all disorders of the Stomach. Liver. Bowels. Kidneys, Bladder Nervous Diseases, Headache. Constipation, Costive ness. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness. Bilious. Typhus and Typhoid Fevers. Inflammation of the Bowels, riles, and all Derangements of the Internal V iscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or do e tertous drugs. Observe the fo!low:ng symptoms resulting from disorders of the Digestive Organs: Constipation, Inward 1'iles, Fullness of the B'ood in the Head. Acidity of the Stomach. Nausea, Heart burn, Diseust of Food. Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructation, Sinking or Fiutteri'tg at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Fluttering at tne Heart, Cboking or Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture. Dimneso of V.sion, Dots or Webs be fore the bieht, Feverand Dull Pain in the Head, De ficiency of Perspiration, TeKowness of the Skin and Ey s. P. in in the Side, Clust. Limbs, and sudden Flushei of Hat. Burning in th Flesh. A few doses of KAD V AY'S PILLS willfree thesystem from all the above named disorders. Price 25 cents per Uoj. sold by UrugelgtH. HEAD " FALSE AND 'I KCE." Send one letter stamp to KADWAY A CO.. No. 32 Warren St., N Y. Information worth thousands will be sent yon. TEE GEEAT ALTEEATITE AND BLOOD PUEIFTEE. It is not a quack nrptrnm. Tlie ingredients aro published on each bottle of medicine. It ia used and recommended by Physicians wherever it has been introduced. It will positively cure SCBOFl'LA in itstariou8 sfaqex, 1.11EU MATISM, WHITE ,WHL LIXG, GOVT, GOJTEE. BRONCHITIS, JSTFl: T O Ut DEBILITY, IKCIFIEm CONSl'MPTIOK, and alLdis eases arising f rem en impure, condition cf the bleed. Bend for our Bosad axis Almanac, in which you will find certificates from reliable and trustworthy Physicians, Ministers of the Gospel and others. 4 Dr. E. Wilton Carr, of raitimore. Ffty& he has um d it in esses of Scrofula and other difctascs with much ttUfao ticn. Dr. T.C. Fngn, of Baltimore, recom mends it to ail persons suffering with, diseased Blood, eaying it is superior to any Trere.ration be las ever ui-ed. Kev. JDabney Ball, of the i.aitimore M. K. Conltrence South, fp.js he has been to much benefitted ty ii n v.re, that be cheerfully recorurr.ent.8 it to all his friends and acquaintance s. Craven & Co., I'tokim s, r t c ordons- ville, Vs., eay it never hts faiku to give satisfaction. Sam'l G. KcFadden, MurfwsW, Tennessee, tas it lured him of l:heu?-n-atieiii when all ele failed. IHE EOSADALIS IN CONNECTION WITH OTTt 33 ""1 m 1 will cure Chills and Fever, Liver Complaint, Dys pepsia, etc. We guarantee Bosadalis superior to 11 other Blood PurifierB. Send for Descriptive Circular or Almanac Address CLEMENTS & CO., 5 S. Commerce S t., Baltimore, 3Id. Eemember to ask your Druggist for Hosadalis. GIFT ENTERPRISE $40 Per VVeelc IJIi CASH to Agents. Everything tarnished and expenses paid. A. COUITEB & CO., Charlotte, Mich. CONSUMPTION .tSLnci. Its Ona?. WILLSON'S Carbolated Cod Liver Oil Is a scientific combination of tvo well-known medi cines. Its theory is first to arrest the decay, then build np the system. Physicians find the doct rine cor rect. The really startling cures performed by Will son's Oil areiroof. Carbolic Arid pmitirela arrests Decay. It Is the most powerful antiseptic in the known world. En tering: into the circulation, it at once prapples with corruption, and decay ceases. It purifies the sources of disease. .... , Corf Liver Oil is Xatmre's best assistant In resisting Consumption. Put up In large wcle-shnpel bottles, bearinsthe inventor's signature, and ia sold by the best Druggists. Prepared by J. H.WILLiSON", 83 John St., Sew Yorfc. w J HPRLB1TT & EDS ALL, Chicago. Wbstebs Ast s: RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis. BUSINESS. Enterprising young and middle-aged men and women, ambitious to make a successful start in business, are jffered superior facilities for prepar ing themselves at the Spencerian Business College, Milwaukee, W'is. DR. WKITTKR, 617:fr' Longest engaged, and most successful physician oi the age. Consultation or pamphlet free. Call or write. Just published for the benefit of young men who suffer from Nervousness. Debility. Sc, a treatise of 36 pages for 2 stamps ; a book 200 pages. Illustrated, for 50 cents. V7 res? trp ten MflWFY Mate rapidly with Stencil & Key Check III U. 11. 1 Outfits. Cataloffue8,amples and full par ticulars free. 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