1 MORMON TRAGEDY OP TWENTY
WAL OT A MDID1UI.
Sat* Lan, Utah, Oct. 10.—In the fall
«M Atkn party, arrived In Utah from Calt
thoir way East They were well
Salt Lake, alx
Tartar Rockwell, John Lot, John Murdoch
and fiyhranoa Collett to be escorted »ut of
the Territory. They won taken south at
far as fierier river, when two of them wen
party, who were only wounded,
returned to Hepht on foot. After several
days, during which their wounds were
Two of the
wagoe, hat not fiw distant tbe two sarrlr
started north tea
spring, from which they were after
ftabsd eat. Out of tha escorting
Syivamu Collett, la now on trial at
for theaa murders. Bo far as stated
It conclusive of the murder,
ab positive evidence has yet been given
; the murders were committed by Col
lett. TW trial is still progressing.
THE INDICT1D ORANGEMEN.
amiCATMX »om a chakos or rmrug.
A despatch from Montreal, Oct. 10, aays:
la the Court of Quaea's Bench to-day,
Mr. JusriM Ramsey presiding, the Oraage
arrested on the 12th of July were ar
raigned on the chai ge—first, of unlawfully
smemMtog together, end second of unlaw
fully combining and confederacy. David
Grant, Frederick Hamilton.7 homas Ingram
John Lilborn, and Alexander Gibaou were
present and pleaded cot guilty.
Glhaon made default.
ArrtiCATiox rox shanoi or vaxus.
Mr. Joseph Dontra, Queen's counsel for
the defence, produced s sworn affidavit
signed by Daria Grant on behalf of all the
defendants, asking that tbe place of trial
changed, Inasmuch as, from tbe excited
state of public feeling at tbe present time
la Montreal, aggravated by the report* in
tbe Mweptpere of tbe preliminary proceed
ings before the police magistrate, the ac
cused are strongly of opinion that they can
set get • fair trial te tbe city, and ask that
tbe case be held at Sweeuburg, lu the dis
trict of Bedford, as it is one of the nearest
districts to Montreal. Tbs application wsa
by the prosecution and the Judge
reserved hi. decision.
YU OHIO ELECTION.
Ciuon BT MX PIATT.
A despatch from Springfield, October 10,
says: Don Piatt, who was te Logan county,
Ohio, on Tuesday, the day of election, pib
liahes a card stating that the ballot box of
Monroe township wu staffed with Repub
lican tickets, the ballots numbering five
more than tbe names on the poll-book.
Though this was proven by a number of
careful counts the Republican officials per
sisted te altering the poll-book to make it
tally with the vote—a highly Illegal nro
eednre. Don Platt declared that thia wae a
general feature of Republican poliey at
A special from Portomoatb, Va., Oct. 10,
aaft: TWa morning a white girl named
Emma Watkins, about seventeen year* of
age, was an salted on a warrant from Jndge
B. F. Tstem for attempting to elope to
North Carolina with a negro named Joe
Smith. The girl la the daughter of Mr.
James Wathtes, of Norfolk county, a blind
man, on Whose eomplatet the parties were
a rre sted. Hs Is greatly exercised at the
disgusting conduct of his daughter and de
sired her to be secured so as to prevent the
execution of their plans. The affair kill
be Investigated to-morrow and tbe negro
also arrested v
THE AFGHAN TROUBLE.
•klTISX MILITAXT PRSPSBATIOX8.
Lam sa, Oct. 11.— The Civil zd<3 Military
Os ks tt s states that General Sir Frederic
PmI Haines, Commander-in-chief of tbe
British forces in India, will assume com
mand at Peahawur, where 35,000 troops
are already concentrated. Relnforcemtnte
for the British army continue to arrive.
War la considered inevitable.
Tbe Afghans are practising
guns In the Khvber Pass, and it Is believed
that Alt Mnsjid haa been strengthened and
armed with heavy aetge guns.
BT MAIL AND TFsLEQR APH.
Tho wh ite of the Bank of Commerce in
Odessa, Rossis, is a defaulter to the amount
of 1110,000. A run on the deposits of the
bank followed the announcement of tbe
defalcation, and 81,600,000 were disbursed
on Thursday. The excitement baa sub
After consultation between the President
Secretary of the Treasury, and the Attor-'
ney-Genera!, it has been decided that the
troops cannot now be need to aid the Internal
revenue officials te Arkansas In breaking up
illicit distillers, ao requested by the Collec
tor at Little Rock.
A large tract of the anrfaceof the Diamond
Mteaa, at ficraaton, Pa., caved In on Thurs
day morning, closing up many of the cham
XpM end passage*, and causing damag
Mhfcfc it vrUI require months to repair. The
era, having warning of the danger,
ped from the mine. Nearly 400 person*
are thrown ont of employment hr the
According to a despatch received at the
Department of State from the American
Miniater at Paris, Caatalna Renantt and
MUlluer-iof Bord -aux and Dunkirk, report
having »U*d li< with a ship, supposed to
he American,!. - t >e Bermuda*, abandoned
Ire it* crew and sunk In shallow wator, on
thetaffrail of which waa the fnacrtptlon,
Loniaa Blrdaall, Tom'a River, N. J."
A CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC OP
Philadelphia aadethte places gwn*
the city aad saying that they can fix nm»
hraUee and whan they an asked their ah
drtM they atata that they belong to tha
ef Fourth and
Umbra Da Hospital,
Walnut rtreete. Tbia w to certify that the
at theabove hospital is
and he has no agent* any lady or
m haying work to do hi sanding
irdit will beattoododtoby Chaa
i no one else. Usabrella* made,
repaired and recovering a specialty.
DISORDERLY SCHOOL' BOYS.
Two boys, pupils of No. 4 school, at
Third and Washington got into a quarrel
yesterday afternoon after school hours, and
wore arrested by Conn able Dillon who
brought them before Esquire Hacany
Thpy were arraigned on a charge of diaor.
deily conduct. One was discharged and
the other, fined 50 cents aod coda.
. Y. M. C. A.
The regular weekly prayer meeting Of
of the Young Men's Christian Association
fill be held in their rooms this erening
at 7.30 o'clock continuing one hour. All
are earnestly in riled to attend.
THE BUELL FAMILY.
The Buell Family has been announced
to sing in the rooms of the M. 8. R. A.,
either on Thursday or Friday evening
An admiauon of 25 cents wDl be charged.
ON BOTH BIDES OF THE 8TATE LINE,
Canadians still arrive In Sent county, for
the purpose of seeking farms
The Georgetown Odd Fellow, are having
their hall ranodaled and repainted.
Down In Cambridge, Md., the colored
Methodists are building a $5,000 meeting
Thomas J. Truxton has been appointed
by the government to take charge of tbe
life saving station at Rehoboth.
Twemtyfour hundred bushels of wheat is
the quantity which Wm. McKenney, of
Queen Anne's County, will sow this Fall.
His farm is said to be tbe largest on tbs
OVER THE LINE.
A bass weighing pounds, was caught
r eeently te the Brandywine, at Fites' Eddy.
lbs West Chester News says intemper
ance is increasing in every part of tbe
P. K. A. Ball, Nov. 8.
The "baby'e beet friend," is Dr- Boll's
Baby f y rap, since it main (sing the baby's
health by keeping it free from colic, diar
rhoea, etc. Price 25 cents per bottle.
gE AXED PROPOSALS.
Sealed Proposals will be receive! at tb*
office of the atreet Commissioner, until
o'clock, p. m.,October 10th 1878 for diggi
a ditch on the north side of Christiana ave
nue between Alrioh s Blalf and the west
bank of the Delaware River.
the ditch will be about 1000 feet long 14
feet wide, and 7 feet deep, and wll 1 oeatala
about t400 cable yards of mud
The mud taken from the ditch will be
placed and properly packed on tbe present
bank as directed by the Street Commis
sioner. A bond In the sum ef $1U0 mast
acoompsny each old.
1 he successful bidder will be require
give bond with security In the sum
85^0 at tha time of signing the contract.
Tbe Com - It tec reserve the right to re
jest any or all bide. ' I
T . _ „ _ _ . „
Iissi HoGumir, Chairman Opening
street oommlttee* .
Blanks will be furnished at the offled of
the Street Commissioner.
E. H: HOAGLAND,
New Castle County, Sept. W, 1878.
Upon the application of Rev. Patrick
Riley, Administrator of Mary A. McCul
lough, late of Wilmington Hundred, in
aala County, deceased, It la ordered aLd di
rected b/ tne Register that the Adminis
trator aforesaid, give notice of
Letters ofadm nistratloa upon
of the deceased, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted wltblu forty days from the da'e of
such Letters, In six of the most public
places of the County of New Castle, requir
ng all nsrsons having demands asnaiast
the estate, to present the earns or abide by
an Act of A88cmb y In such case made and
f irovlded. And also cause tbe same to be
nserted within the same period In tbe
Morning Hebald, a newspaper published
In Wilmington, and t> be continued there
in three weeks, (e o d)
Given under the band and Beal
ofOffl eof the heglstera foreraid,
ft New Castle, In New Castle
county, aforesaid, tuo day and
year above written.
„ 8. C. BIGGS. Register.
Noticb—A ll per-ons having claims
against the Estate cl the deceased mast
present the same duly attested to the Ad
ministrator on or before September 17,1879,
or abide the Act of Assembly In such
case made and provide!.
Address, Wilmington, Del.
CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY
No. 2 F. 5th. BTREBT
Custom Work done aatlsfoctorl ly. Low
Price «ad good work guaranteed.
LICENSE APPLICATIONS. '
lilwaOttn CMnt of Q— w n *l aaaetoaea of
tfcerame aa4 J*U Dell vary or to* State of
, being too lot dey nr te* Mtantat
m. A.D. 1878, tot a Uoonao to keep on
Inn ot IhtM at tha Practical Farmer.
School Dlstrlet No 1, In Brandywine
dred. County and State alhroaohl.
Diivllcco to —ii Intoxicating llo
leaa qaanutle* than owe quart to bo drank
On tha noeaaioeB.and thoMlowtnf HBBoet
able citizens m— ff tha aaM apnllca
ll on to wit:
Wm. P. Ledge
J. B. Wtlaon.
W. n. camy.
B-rJ- Brown, ,
fin pl. Cleave*,
£ ward Trevre,
E. H. Darter
M aetnO d Edwards,
O'liUE-I, Jamee N. Downing, do bars,
by (Ire notice that I shall apply to tbe
Judge* of the Conn ot General Session* of
the Peace and Jail dellrery of tbe State of
Delaware, in.ami tor the county of New
Castle, on Monday, the 18th day cf Novem
ber, being tbe 1st dry of the November
term, A. D. 1878, for a license to keep an
inn or Tavern, at No. 3P0 Market street,
being the N. K Corner o Tb rd and Mar
ket streets. In lie Fourth ward of Ihejdty
or Wllinmgton, Grant? and Made aforesaid
with the privilege to sell Intoxicating
liquors In lea. quantities than one
to be drank on tbe premises, and tl
lowing respectable citizens recor
the said application to wit:
Jas. C. ttweatmon,
Thomas B Eaton,
3. D Kurtz
J. A. Hart.
Michael GoulDgbam, Martin Farrell,
Jacob Wenkz. Thomas E. King,
James 8 Heal, John F. (Joyie.
Jos W. Hart. John Calhoun,
Bernard Bonner, John T. Barnes,
W. P. Karr. David Me.oilum,
J H fianerlaoder, Georg* Btalb,
Peter Springer, Conrad Mans.
George Abefe, Thomas Fox
James Mill*, V. Wood cox.
octS-3t JAMES N DOWNir OJ
VT OTICJS—I Michael Mulligan, do -bere
JN by give ml Ice that I shall apply to
the Jorges of Jbe Peace and Jail delivery
of tbe mate of Delaware in and for the
county of New CastH; on Monday, tbe 18th
day ot November next. A. D. j 8/8, beiag
tbe first day ol the next November Term
ol tbe said Court, fora license to se'l In
toxicating liquors In quautl'le* not less
than one-hair gallon, not ta be drunk on
tbe premises, at my store, on Ctlntvn
street. In Delaware City In achoo! districts
Noe. and 76, Bed Loin Hundred New
Castle oonnty, Delaware, and the following
respectable citizens recommend this appli
cation to wit:
N. Geo, Price, Jas O. Eagle,
John;.4haunderer, John Ma oney,
Edward Myera, J Hooter.
Lewis lAbofjb, John Lang
John trincr, > Award trKell,
Win. P. HousebolderJ. K. Peunington,
John Vanckle, George Davidson
Tuomas !D Braoway.
OCtl"-3t. MICHAEL MULLIGAN.
S VJOTICE.—I. Samtel Finley, do hereby
ll give notice that J shall ap
ly to In Judzes of Ibe Ptace and
ail delivery of the State of Delaware In
and for tbecounty of New Castle, on Mon
day, the 18ih day i f November. A. D. 1878,
being the first day o' the next No emoer
term ot herald Court, for a license to keep
an Inn or Tavern at P, E. oorner Front
and King street, known as the Pennsyl
vania House til the citF of Wilmington,
County and Sta'e aforesaid, with tbe prlv
liege to sell Intoxicating liquors In less
quantities than one quart to qe dr nk on
the premises, and the fo lowing respect
able cltlzeus recommend the said appli
Wm. H. Beekley,
Anuiew Fnl melt.
J"hn B. Dunbar.
Jo* ph Btoeekle,
A" B. Taiman.
Bamue! Mri r,
Jam a i Iclstv,
Martin Pyla, .
Piemen P Doad,
Ch .i .es E. Hpsrks,
v Jilcfi e; Keon»y,
K. H. Frlshmuth,
John B. E ltott,
NOTICE.—I, Hugh Ma*ulre, do hereby
give notice that I shall ai p'y to the Judges
of tue court or General seeMons ot the
Peaoe and Jail Delivery o' tbe ntate of
Delaware, In and for the county of New
Casile on Monday tbe t thdiyoi November
beln* tbe 1st day ol November term, a, D.
1778. for a llcenio tokeep an J nn or 'lave-a
In tbe fllh Wald at the N J£. to-. Mnth ana
Wa nut in the cl y of Wilmington, County
andrstateef >resald .with the prirlteg* to
sell iDtoxlcet g liquors lu less quantities
than on- quart to-b- drank, cn ;hj prem
ises and in- following ret-peotabla ell sens
r commet d the s»U apolleatlon to wll;!
Morris Carboy. Charles Morrow.
WllMamSchneider, Henry Schneider,
John m. Frelasleben, David JohnsoD,
Thomae Curry, John Holland,
John Bcha- e, John Csrnev
Wm. J. Devine, Thomr.s Dottnellv.
Joseph Mellor, Bernard Donnelly,
Henry McCrea, Jts. B. Spencer.
William Klleustuber, L keCoddv, ■
John Bribory, Michael Gill
Robert Ingham John J. Farnan
Michael Curran Patrick Daly
James Boyle George A. Boulden
QN RECEIPT OF
Four Dollar *
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
SEVER SHOT REVOLVER
AND A BOX OF CARTBIUGKB.
JAMES A BRO.,
301 Market St.. Wilmington, Del.
can make money foster at work tot us
than at anything else, capital not re
quired; we will start yon;
homo made by the Indnstrloas
women, boys and girls wanted per day U
wurk for ua; Now Is the time. MeD tit
outfit and terms free. Address Tun* * <w
business yon ean engage tn
I A 15 to 829per day made by any
woraaer of either sex, rijghtlt their ownlo,
allties. Particulars and samples worth $5
free. Improve your spare time for the
buelnefle.^Addrese sttwsom *;Uo. Portland
OTBTRBS — -
Wholesale and retail. Yon ean ardar any
mount firm on# oyster to the above
J, 7. GARDNER,
S. W.Chr.Tth ASklptey strwo*
HERIFF'S SALE ' .3
By a wrtt of Venditioni RnwM to me
directed, will l>e exposed to Public sals, at
the Lafayette Hotel, NoT Ml Shipley street,
WEDNESDAY, the »rd day of. October,
1878, at i o'clock p, m„
Tbe following describe
All that certain lot of ]
story brick dwelling
attnate In tbe cl
real estate viz,
id With a three
bounded and described as follows, to wit
Berinrirg at the eaaterly aide of TZtnall
street bet we n Delaware sveone and
Eleventh street, at tbe distance ef SO Met
6 Inches from the southerly aide ef
Eleventh street, and at the centre of tbe
party wall between this and tbe a
house on the north, thence easterly _
tbe centre of said wall, and parallel to
ElevAto street 90 feet 4 inches u s ber
ner, thmsoe southerly peraiiei to Tataall
street 2) feet 8 inches to a oorner, ihenee
westerly parallel to the first mentioned
line and Eleventh street along a Una of
land of L. P. Back on the .out); 9t feet 4
Inches to the aforesaid easterly .kids of
TatnaU street and the.ee thereby northerly
30 feet 8 inches to the place of beginning,
be eontents thereof what they may,
deixedand taken in execution as the
property of Patrick U. F.yna and Oeoalla
hlz wife, and t. t.'s, and to be so d by
. . LJAAu GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Hew Castle, October 8,
By virtue of* writ of Als ' evarl Facias te
me directed, will be erpored to Public Hals
at ibe Lafayette Hotel. 841 Shipley s.reet,
kept by John J. Doogherty, in the city oi
Wilmington, New Outle county, DeL, on
WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of October,
1878, at 2 o'clock, p. m„
The following described real eatate, viz:
All that certain lot or pleoe of land, with a
two story brick dwelling house thereon,
► ltuate In the city of Wilmington, bounded
and described as follows to wit: Beginning
on the easterly side of Lombard street, at
the distance of 47 feet 8 Inches from the
corner formed by the Intersection of the
easterly side of Lombard street, with the
northerly tide of McCaulley street, and at
a corner of land lately sold to Samuel
MeL-tue, thence with a lice of the same,
easterly parallel with McCaoliey street and
Eleventh street SO feet to a stake In a line
of other lands of Craig and Tatnall, thence
with a line of the same, northerly parallel
to Lombard street 11 leet 4 inches to the
sodtberiy side of a fleet wide alley lead
ing into Lombard street thence along said
alley side 10 feklwasterly to the said
of Lombard street, and i hence thereby
southerly II feet 4 Inch*, to (be plaee of
beginning be the oqnont* thereof what
Belied and taken lu execution at the
prop rty of Thomas Cony and Jans Cor
ry, and 1 . 1 ., and to be sold by
ISAAC GRUBS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. New Castle, Oct. 11th 'It
By virtue ef a writ of Ltvarl Facial to
me d.recUd, will be exp ateo to Public
bale, at the Lafayette Hotel, 841 Shipley HI
krptb; Johu J. IKmgbeily, lu tue city of
Wi mlngton, New Castle county, Del-, on
WEDNESDAY, the 80th day of October,
18 0, at 3 t'elock p. m„
The following described real estate., vis:
All that certain lot and brlok dwelling
hou e thereon, situ at-in he city of Wil
mington aforesaid, b landed and described
M* follows to wit* Beginning on the west
erly aide oi Loan bard street betw
ond and Third streets at the centra ot tht
cart) wall between this and the a jo nlng
home on the south, late or John MeLear,
now ol Lewis Mateo, theooe westerly along
the oeatre of the said party w- ll aod par
allel to Second stre 17. reel to tne easterly
side of an alley Itadlu* Into Robtueon
street, thCnce northerly along the said side
of ibe said alley parallel to Lombard atreet
18 feet 6 Inches to a corner of laud late o:
William O. Lowe, now of .Mm. Patton
thenceeae erly aloDg a line of hei lands,
and parallel to the first mentioned line
thiouzn the ce. tre of tht party wall dlvl.
ding this from tbe adj lining brick house,
ou the north 71 feet to tbe said side oi
Lombard street, ana thence thereby south
erly 18 feet 6 Inch, s, to the pl. ee of begin
ning, be the contents thereof wh,t they
eelzed and taken In execution as the
prope.ty of AI'cj M. McKeu-a turvlvlng
moitgager, and t- t's, a d to be so d by
IHAAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Bherifl's Office, New Uas le, Oct. 11th 78
By virtue i f ft writ of L-vatI Facias, te
me directed, will be expose! to > ubllcBale
will be exposed to P-ol ca e tihu lAf »y
ette Hotel 811 Shipley Street, I ept by John
J. Dougherty in Die city of Wllnilngtou,
new Castle county, Del., on
WEDNESDAY, the 80th day of October,
1878, at 2 o'clock p. m.
The following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land and a two story
frame dwelling thereon e ected situate In
theoltvol Wllmlugtou, bounded and de
scribed as follows to wit: Beginning at a
corner ol land formerly of eamuel Wo)las
" '--on the northerly
-lde of Ninth street, and at the distance of
75 feet westerly side of Hhlpley street,
Ihenee by allioe ol mid laud north 33 de
grees east and parallel to Shipley street
62 feet to a stake, thence north 68 degrees
west and parallel to Ninth street 17 feet 9
inches to a stake, thence by a new line di
viding this from the residue ofs.ld lot and
passing through and along the middle ol
the partition, dividing said dwellings
south 32 degrers, west 62 feet to aforesaid
side of Ninth street, and thence thereby
south .58 degrers, east 17 feet 9 inobefl
the place of beginning, be the contests
thereof what they may.
Seized and taken in execution as the
property ol John F. Caden and Emma E
Ids wife, and t. t. and to be sold by
cv. IS a AC GRUBB, sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Newcastle, Oct-llth, ' 78 .
WINES AN D LIQUOR8.
J U8T RECEIVED AND FOIt BALE IN
LOTS TO SUIT.
-HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
-CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERB.
— do CLARET WINE.
—do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
FRANtIB KELLY ft CO,
X1MI MARKET 8TREET,
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
HAS THE HONOR TO ANAOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 9th & 10th,
1878 Fall Season 1878
W# propose to open the season,
bj offering at a moderate advance on
the eo»t, a choice line of
PARIS & BERLIN
of the most stylish and tasteful
signs, embracing the handsomest
products of the European markets.
More than usual effort has been made
to make this opening a success, it
will include in addition, a beautiful
line of Domestic Cloaks. We have
decided to make our store the
lar resort for all who wish to look
the newest and
lowest possible prices.
beet goods at the
J. 4 J. sTharhan
NO. 410 KING Street
WII MINGTON DEL.
TheLargeatand Cheapest Aasostnunt
IFumllure tobelound In tbe Cl y
Alaoa Flae lot or S earned Feathers
aod all kinds of Matr ea aea. aeplS lm * '
Furniture and Bedding
L. F. ADAIR'S, °
No. 307 MARKET
20« SHIPLEY STREET
Hasan assortment of readymade mrnl
turn,that is not equalled In size or elegance
by any Wilmington Furniture bouse. Hav
ing had the damage of tbe l„te Ore, which
nearly destroyed hlz factory repel re J. and
Is nowjeady to execute all orders promtIv
Wararoems 3CT Market and 200 8htpiey
trust. _ Mj-7-tr
W, &. D. McElwee,
Hare opened a store,
No. 504 Tatnall street.
Where they will keep on haDd at .11
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MAT
TRESSES, CHAIRS, TABLES,
CARPETS, Oi L CLOTHS,
And everything pertalulDg to a flrst-olarg
Furniture store. They also keep a good
lot of Kecond-band Stoves and Furniture.
j^0YAL HAVANA LOTTERY,
8810,030 drawn every 17 days.
1 Prize of
1 Prize of
1 Prize of
2 Prizes of B10.000
10 Prizes of fit,000 each
134 Prises oi • 1.000 each
182 Prizes of fiVOOeach
821 Prises, amounting to (8panlsb) 87SC (AT
Information furnished razz. Order--,
Oiled. Prizes cashed. Rpaul.h Bank bins
and Governments purchased.
TAYLOR A CO., Backers
U Wall 8t. New York.
All a VS Avn-PAT Ii the great remedy for Conrn
ency. It Is purely Testable and perfectly harmk i
t aeu on the food in the stomach, preventing Us con
version Into frt. Taken according to direction:. It
hi* t ton pmiada a vert.
In placing this remedy before the public as a post
cure for obesity, we do so knowing Its ability to
cure, as attested by hundreds of testimonials, of
which the following from a lady in Oolumbua, Ohio,
b s sample: " Gentlemen:—Your Anti-Fat was duly
received. I took It according to directions anil ft
reduced me ave pounds. I was so elated over the
salt that I Immediately sent to ACKZEMAK'a drug
store for the second bottle." Another, a physician,
writing for a patient from Providence, R. 1-. says,
-Four bottle* have reduced her weight from 199
pounds to 193 pounds, and there ba general Improve
ment In health." A gentleman writing from Bos
: " Without special change or attention to
two bottles of Allan'* Anti-Fat reduced me four
one-quarter pounds" Tbe well-known Whole
Druggbts, Bmtth, DOOLITTL* ft SMITH, of Bo»
Mess., write as follows t " Allan's AnU-Fat has
reduced a lady In our city seven pounds in three
week*" A gentleman In 81. Loub writes: '-Allan's
AnU-Fat reduoed me twelve pounds In three weeks,
and altogether 1 have lost twenty-Sve pounds since
commencing lu use." Messrs. Powill ft Flimptc^,
lesale Druggists, of Buffalo, N. Y_write: "To
Proprietors or Allan's Anti-Fat: Gentle
men,—The following report is from the lady who used
Allan's AnU-Fat. rit (the Anti-Fat) had the desired
effect, reducing the fat from two to five pounds a
week until 1 had lost twenty-flve pound* I T*'
never to regain what I have lost."' Antl-FstU an
unexcelled blood-purifier. It promotes digestion,
curing dyspepsia, and Is also a potent remedy for
rbeumatfsm. Sold by druggists. pemphletonObes
ty scat on receipt of stamp. _
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO, Prop'rS, Buffalo, N.Y.
By in Immense practice at the World'* Dispen
sary and Invalid*' Hotel, having treated many thou
sand case* of those disease* peculiar to woman, l
have been enabled to perfect a most potent and posi
tive remedy for these disease*.
Te designate this natural specific, I have named It
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Hie term, however, I* bnt a feeble expression of
tny high appreciation of Its value, based upon per
sonal observation. I hare, while witnessing Its pof 1 '
tire results in the special diseases Incident to the
organism of woman, singled tt out as the ellmnx or
eswwala* geai ef sax *h3u* 1 career. On Its merits
a* a positive, safe, and effectual remedy for this clast
of diseases, and one that will, at all times smi under
all circumstances, set kindly, I am willing to state
my reputation as s physician; and so confident am
I that It will not disappoint the most sanguine ex
pectations ot a single invalid lady who uses it for any
of the ailments for which 1 recommend it, that 1 offer
and sell It nnder A POSITIVE GUARANTEE. ( | or
conditions, see pamphlet wrapping bottle.) , .
The following are among those diseases In which
my FavsvMe Praerlgtle* Tias worked cures, as If of
magic, and with a certainty never before attained »f
any medicine. Leucorrbces, EicesstveFlow'Inf;
Painful Monthly Periods, Suppressions when front
unnatural causes, Irreguhu-tties. Weak Back. 1 ro
Ispens, or Falling of the Uterus, Anteversion ana
Retroversion, Bearing-down Sensations, Interna
Heat, Nervous Depression, Debility, Despondeuc).
Threatened Miscarriage, Chronic Congestion, in
fiammatlon and Ulceration ot the Uterus,ImpotcnO
Barrenness, or Sterility, and Female Weakneos- J
do not extol this medicine as a "cure-all, hat 1
admirably fulfills ■ sl*de«w ,r porpose, being a
most perfect specific In all chronic diseases of tne
sexual system of woman. It will not disappoint, nor
will It do harm, in any state or condition. .
Those who desire further Information on t" 0 ?, 0 "rii
lects can obtain It In TH* People's Common Sx»s.
Medical adviser, a book of over 9U0 pages- sem,
post-paid, on receipt of tlM It treats minutely
Chose diseases peculiar to Females, and g lves L'Vof
valuable advice In regard to tbe manag«m CI11 °
f«v«hu U p i i»u v t »a —i
B. V. PIERCE, ht. D., ProD'r. W
and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
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