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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
On Saturday a man named Clark, in Cold
Sprin.e, near Otis, Mass., by the most foolish
carelessness, with a loaded gun shot and
killed his sister, aged 23 years, and wounded
her daughter, years old, so tt amputation
of her arm was necessary. A boiler in the
Trenton Kolling Mills, in Jersey City, ex
ploded on Saturday, destroying the black
smith shop and a portion of the rear build
ing. Five men were injured, and one
Hughes, .a boiler tender, is missing. Iioss
Thb Executive Committee of the Centen
nial Commission met in Philadelphia on
Wednesday, and elected Hon. Daniel Mor.-ell
permanent Chairman The excitement in
the New York Stock Exchange, on WoHnm.
day eclipsed that of any previous time since
xnaay. rour nunared thousand
shares changed hands. The stock fell from
7U 10 i ..
Michail Hates was arrested in New York
on Tuesday, for a murder committed in a
Roosevelt street bar-room row fifteen years
, Somebody in the District Attorney's
office took $3,000 and pigeon-holed the in
dictment and the assassin fled At Fitts-
Durgn, on Tuesday, a little son of John
Bcott. aared about fonr ve&m. itmnV ).;.
brother, aged fourteen months, on the head
with a poker, killing him A fire at Port
.ueyaen, a. x., on Monday night, destroyed
Sylvester Riggs block. Loss $26,000 ; in
surance $21,000......The New York World
saya Jay Gould netted a profit of $3,240,600
in the rise of Erie stock on Tuesday
Elias Magnin, of New York, has recovered
14,114 in a suit against the Adams Ex
press Company, for the value of a box of
watches shipped to Memphis, Term., in
JOUO, mil ;ubw -
Ow Saturday night, in a saloon at Spring
field, 111., Edward Duffy shot and killed
Henry Stoy and wounded Edwin Slater, the
saloon keeper.. The murderer eacaned.
The Protection Life Insurance Company, of
Chicago, has commenced a Ubel suit against
w jaasonte Aavocate, or Indianapolis, Ind.,
placing the damages at $10,000 ...A young
uibii auoui eienieen years old, named Xiewis
Herted, committed suicide at Canfield 0.,on
Sunday by hanging himself to a tree. Dis
appointment in love was the cause.
JTbakces Tyler, . a young lady from
Quincy, Mich., committed suicide at Detroit
on Sunday night by taking strychnine
The machine shop of William Crippen, at
Manistee, Mich., was burned on Monday
night. Loss $12,000; insurance $6,000
Ellard Park, Teller of the Bank of Ban
Jose, committed suicide at San Francisco on
Sunday, shooting himself through the head.
u'iwua uiuwaR....ioDiu ijsTveiif a sa
loon keeper at Winchester, 111., was shot
1 I'll 1 r. i , . .
kuu juuua on oaiuruay Dy a man whom he
had forcibly ejected from the saloon.
Thb Republican State Conventions of Ohio
and Iowa were held at Columbus and Des
Moines on Wednesday. Both conventions
adopted resolutions favoring the renomina
tion of Grant, bat differing in their choice
for; Vice President Ohio patting forward
Ex-Go-. Dennison, and Iowa preferring J as.
F. Wilson. .....The Los Angeles anti-Chinese
rioters have all been convicted of manslaughter..-..
The lottery advertised in the
East for the benefit of a charity hospital in
San Francisco is, says a dispatch from that
city, a fraud. ..There is no such, institution
there... ...The Annual Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church of Northern
Indiana met at Muncie on Wednesday. A
neweature of the present Conference will
be the introduction of one hundred and fifty
Lay Delegates...... At Milwaukee on Wednes
day afternoon, a girl named Mary Kudinski,
eight years of age, -was Btartled by a passing
team, and sprang into the Phoenix mill,
where she fell and instantly expired. She
waa frightened to death.
Wolf's brewery, a saloon, and two dwell
ing houses were destroyed by fire at Stillwa
ter, Minn., on Monday night. Two men
the barkeeper in the saloon and a laborer in
the brewery, whose names are not given
perished in the flames. Two others barely
escaped.' The loss is about $18,000; par
tially covered by insurance.
Thb : Baltimore Gazette -has been sold to
Wm. H. Welsh, late proprietor of the Phila
delphia. Age, and Henry Taylor and Wm.H.
Carpenter, of3altimore....A dispatch from
Wilmington, JT. C, gives a rumor that the
Ixrwerj gang have shot the captured Herald
correspondent Slough, the wife mnrderer,
committed suicide in Jail at Richmond, Ky.,
Monday, by hanging himself to "the top bar
of the door of hia cell, with a rope made
from a towel and two pocket-handkerchiefs.
The Wlding and stock of the Wasting
ton County Leather Manufacturing ! -Com-1
p any, at ilagerstown, Md., was destroyed by
fire on Sunday morning. Loss $70,000 ; in
surance $30,000 The Bourbon House and
three stores at Paris, Ky., were burned on
Monday. Loss $10,008 insurance $5,000.
Tm Kentucky Legislature on Wednesday
passed a resolution providing for the sale of
the Portland Canal to the United States......
Anumber of South .Carolina delegates to the
Philadelphia Convention are about to go to
Washington to demand the removal f seve
ral Government officers,including the Collec
tor and Postmaster of Charleston.
Joseph W. Johnsoh, a brakeman on a
freight train on the Nashville and Chatta
nooga railroad, fell from the train on Tues
day, -near Nashville, and was instantly
killed.- - . .
Tnm 8upreme Count has denied a writ of
mandamus to oompel the Secretary of the
Treasury to pay the Kentucky war claims ...
The House Special Committee to investigate
the charges of irregularities in the Navy
Department met on Tuesday evening. Mr.
Voorhees declines serving on the committee
on account of business engagements. Mr.
Bartlett, counsel for Dana, asked that Ad
miral Porter be summoned. It was so or
dered. Adjourned The committee ap
pointed to examine the accounts of the
united . States Treasury has reported that
" the business of the Treasury has been well
conducted, and that the- losses in the aggre
gate are very insignificant as compared with
the transactions of the office." Th Run.
ate, in executive session on Monday, con-
nrmed the nomination of Got. Francis
Thomas, of Maryland, Envoy Extraordinary
jl jBuijwbenuary to rem.
Thb famous race for the Liverpool grand
national steeple-chase handicap, which was
run on Friday over the Aintree course, near
ui.oiuwii, caoitea great interest, and was
won by the chestnut mare Cassetite, the
geldings Scarrington and Dispatch being
respectively second and third. During the
race the chestnut mare Primrose fell and
.... Kiuea lien, urownlow, in
command of a detachment of the Looshai
expedition, telegraphs on the 13th inst. !
All the Southern Howlongs, and fifteen
chiefs, have submitted, and many captives
have been released. Twenty villages were
destroyed, and our task is accomplished."
The be is terrible suffering in the Vicinity
i Tientsin, Uhina, in- the flooded district.
Many are dying of starvation daily ......A
duel was fought near Paris on Saturday be
tween Rogat, of the Pays newspaper, and
Richard et, of the Oorsaire. The latter was
wounded in the chest The Prince and
Princess of Wales are at Rome.
. Tn Pope on Tuesday gave a long audience
to the Prince and Princess of Wales. He
desired their Royal Highnesses to convey to
the Queen of England his thanks for her
constant evidences of sympathy, and praised
the people of Great Britain for theirpiety.
: Marshal Baiuts has received permis
sion to publish a pamphlet justifying his
conduct at Mets......M. Jules Favre, in his
his testimony before a committee of the
French Assembly on Tuesday, broadly in
timated that Minister Washburne and some
American officers aided the Prussian spies
during the late war. I
Proceedings in Congress.
In the Senate on the 21st Mr. Logan, from
the Committee on Pensions, reported adversely the
House bill making all pensions payable from date of
discharge or deatb of persons on whose account the
pensions are granted, nnd on his motion it was indefi
nitely postponed. The Vice President announced
Messrs. Anthony, Hamlin and Oasserly as a Commit,
tee of Conference on the bill providing for reporting
and publishing debates.-.. .The Senate went into Exec
utive se-sioa, and mod after adjourned.
The House on the 21st took up the Senate amend
ments to the Chicaeo Belief bill. After discussion by
Messrs. Hazelton (Wis.). King, and Conger against
the bill, and by Messrs. Bnrchard and Dawes in ravor
of its immediate passage, the bill was referred to the
Committee of Ways and Means, with leave to report
at any time after Monday, the 25th The Army
Appropriation bill, appropriating (29,648,799, was dis
cussed id Committee of the Whole until adjournment.
In the Senate, March 22d, a bill was passed
to refund to tho Winona and St. Paul Railroad
Company certain duties paid on railroad iron....Tue
SoTdiers Homestead bill was passed. The bill pro
vides that the time of service of soldiers in the Union
army be deducted from the time wf ich. under the
Homestead laws, is usually required to perfect titles.
......The Tariff bill was taken up. An amendment
placing tea and coffee on the free list was adopted by
a vote of R5 to 13 ..Adjourned to Monday, Ma-ch 25.
In the House on the same day $4,480 a as paid to Mr.
Cessna for expenses in contesting the seat of B. F.
Myers, of Pennsylvania..... .A large number of private
bills were passed. .Adjourned.
In the Senate, March 25th, the bill was
pas-ed for the sale of the Marine hospital and grounds
in San Francisco. Cel. The following bills from the
Committee on Commerce were passed : To establish
a collection district at Duluth, Minn., and to make St.
Paul. Minn., a port of entry ; for the enlargement of
St. Mary's Falls canal ; to extend the customs and
navigation laws over Alaska and adjacent waters and
islands acquired by the United States ; authorizing
the construction of railroad bridges across the Ohio
river at or near Jvansviile and Mount Vernon, Ind. ;
appropriating t70,otK to deepen the 8t. Clair Flats
canal to sixteen feet; to amend the act to regulate the
consular and diplomatic system of the Vnited States ;
increasing the salaries of the various consulates, in-
cmuing nonaon. i-ans ana Havana; autnonsmg mall
BteamsniD eervic. between New Orleans miri r-.T-f . i n
Mexican ports. The Senatethen went into executive
session, and soon alter adjourned.
In the House on the same Huv the RAn.tn bill in n.
able honorably discharged soldiers and sailors, their
wiaows ana minor cniiuren, to secure nometeaas on
the public lands, was agreed to. .Mr. Taylor, from
the uommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds, re
ported a joint resolution oroviding for a colossal
statue of theate Admiral Farragnt, to be erected in
Farragut square, in the city of Washington. It in
structs the Senate and House Committees on Public
Buildings and Grounds to inspect all models that may
be presented to them before the 1st of January. 1873,
and select therefrom one of the most appropriate to
commemorate the deeds and character of Admiral
Farragut, and it instructs the Secretary or the Navy
to centract for such statue at a cost not exceeding
swiwwi xuo neuiuuDQ waa aqopten arjonmeq.
The time of the Senate on the 26th was
taken up with the discussion of the House bill making
tea and ooffee free. Amendments to Include salt and
coal were voted down, and the Senate adjourned before
reaching a vote.
The House on the 26th spent most of tbe day In vot
ing on motions to adjourn alternately with motions to
take a recess, but without earning any nearer to a
solution of the diffloulty Mr. Hooper, from the
Committee on Banking and Currency, presented the
testimony taken before that committee m the matter
pf tbe failure of national banks, with a resolution
that it is the opinion of the committee that the suc
cessful working of the Currency Bureau required a
change in the head of that bureau The testimony
and report were ordered printed, to, be called Bp for
?. .. . i A 1 '
In the Senate, March 27, Mr. Hamlin
offered a resolution to pay (6,000 from the contingent
fond of the Senate for expenses of the Arms Investi
gating Committee. Adopted The remainder of the
session was taken up with the tea and ooffee bill.
In the House on the same day several honrs were
occupied in discussing the bill designating a d-pot
site for the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Com
pany. The Speaker announced tbe appointment of
air. Arcner, oi jnaryiano, on tne ttelect Uommillee to
investigate the affairs of the Navy Department, in.
sreaa oi mr. voornees, aeciinea..xne tionse men
Success Based Upon Merit.
It is a subject of general remark,
among uotn wholesale ana retail drug'
gists, that no medicine introduced to
the American public has .ever gained
such a popularity and met with so large
a -sale in all parts of the land, in the
same length of time, as has Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, this cannot
depend . upon its having been - more
largely advertised than any other medi
cine, as such is not tne case. The cor
rect explanation, we think, is found in
the fact that this medicine produces the
most wonderful and. perfect -' cures -.of
very bad cases of bronchial throat11 and
lung diseases, is undoubtedly the -most
perfect and emcient remedy for- mil
kinds of Coughs that has ever been in
troduced to the public, and at the same
time possesses the greatest blood purify
ing and strengthening properties that
medical science has been able to pro
duce, tnus rendering itva sovereign
remedy not only in the cure of .Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, and
Coughs, but also for all diseases of ' the
liyer ,.r and . . blood, -- as scrofulous
diseases', , efcin diseases,- blotch
es, rough: skin, pimples. black
specks, and discoloration. It has
therefore a wide ranee of application
ana nsetuiness, ana it not only gives
the most perfect satisfaction to all who
use it, but far exceeds the expectations
of the most sanguine, thus eliciting the
loudest praise and making permanent
living advertising mediums of all who
use it. For these reasons it is that there
is not, perhaps, a druggist in all the vast
domain of this continent, who tries to
please his customers and supply their
wants, that does not keep and sell large
quantities of this most valuable; medi
cine. ' ' ; 590
: i Want Supplied.
The dairymen of the Northwest have lone
felt the need of & . central, reliable
commission - house devoted ex
clusively . to ' the sale of butter - and
cheese, where each package would be sold
on its merits. Messrs. King, Reynolds 4 Co.
nave opened sucn a house at 203 Jiinzie bt.,
Chicago, and larmers will consult their own
interests by Bending dairy products .io-.lhis
house for sale. They are widely known as
competent, well-posted, trustworthy business
men. Com. -
Thb necessity for a bridge across the
Hudson at Foughkeepsie is shown by
the wide-awake Eagle of that city in an
able article, nearly as long as the bridge
Just taken his Bitters. We heard a
seedy-looking individual with an alarmingly
red nose remark" to a Drotner soaser mat ne
had "just had his bitters, but he did not
mind taking another nip." His remark sug-
geatea. a (ram ei reaecuuo. iiuw was it, we
asked ourselves, that the word "bitters"
had grown to be a synonym for gin, whisky,
rum, and other alcoholic stimulants, to
which it was applied indiscriminately, tit
ters, we reasoned, suggested the idea, of a
healthful tonic, not of a poisonous ' stimu
lant; something invigorating to the system,
not an alcoholic irritant, full of fusel oil,
producing present intoxication and ultimate
insanity, idiocy, or premature death. More
over, our idea ot bitters was totally Irrecon
cilable with " gin cocktails," " rum punch
es," and " brandy smashes," which, we are
informed, are sweetened with sugar, and
rendered doubly injurious with essences
colored by means of mineral poison. This
was bitter-sweet with a vengeance. We
mentioned this problem to a friend. He
solved it by exclaiming, " Why, don't you
know that most of these bitters advertised as
remedies are only drams in disguise. Topers
know it, if you do not. I must make one
exception, however," he added, " and that's
Da. Walker's California Vibeoar Bittsrs :
there isn't a particle of alcohol or fermented
liquor in it, and it is the best vegetable tonic
and alterative in America." Com.
Chaffed Hands, face, rough skin,
pimples, ring-worm, salt-rheum, and other
cutaneous affections, cured, and the skin
made soft and smooth, by using the J dmipkr
Tar Boap, made by Caswbll, Hazard A Co.,
New York. It is more con venient and easily
applied than other remedies, avoiding the
trouble of the greasy compounds now in
Farmers and stock-raisers "have fre
quently told us that they have seen very
good results from giving Sheridan's Cavalry
Condition JPowdera to cows and swine before
and after they droD their vonnir. The now-'
ders put them in good condition, and give
them strength to care and provide for the
Fob the Family The Standard
Goods. No family can afford to be without
the famous Halford Leicestershire Table
Sauce. It is as essential to give a fine flavor
to soups and fish and meat aa the nicest but
ter is to bread. Com. -
The "Domestic" makes tfo most
perfect stitch on all kind sf ?ooda without
change of tension. Com. -- J
One of the Landmarks
of Chicago is the widely-known house of C.
M. Henderson & Co., manufacturers of, and
wholesale dealers in, boots and shoes, corner
of Wabash avenue and Van Buren street.
Their large brick store, 50x120 feet, is filled
with a large and complete stock of the best
class of goods ; their manufactory is in full
operation, and they are now prepared to
meet all demands of the trade. One of the
oldest, largest, and moBt successful boot and
shoe houses in Chicago ; always prompt to
meet all engagements and supply customers,
their trade, growing yearly in volume, ex
tends over all the Northwest, and amounts
to about $2,000,000 a year. They represent
the best type of Chicago merchants, and are
noted for enterprise, financial ability, and
mercantile honor. Chicago Tribune.
A Trustworthy Commission.
Messrs. Beynolds, Corbett & Thomas have
opened a commission house at 203 Kinzie St.,
Chicago, North Side, for the sale of all kinds
of farm products- wool, grain, grass and
clover seeds, dried fruits, flour, dressed hogs,
pelts, 4c. Mr. Eeynolds was many years
Secretary of the. Illinois State Agricultural
Society, and four years past senior partner
of the Chicago Wool House. Messrs. Cer
bett and Thomas are well known as editors
and proprietors of the Prairie Farmer, and
successful business men. They sell only on
commission, understand the business thor
oughly, are careful, wide awake and ener
getic men who will be zealous to promote the
interests of their customers. Com.
Hamlin, Hale & Co.,
of 31 and 33 South Canal St., 25 to 31 West
Washington St., 328 and 330 West Madison
St., and 944 State St., were the first Dry
Goods house in Chicago to recommence business
after the great fire. B.
Deltcatb Creatures. This is the phrase
applied by His Blackness, the Moor of Venice, to tbe
fair ladies of Italy. It was the lovely complexion of
Peedemona, such a radiant contrast to his ov. n, that
won his heart ; and sooth to say. every man of dis
cernment considers a fair skin, like a sweet voice, "an
excellent thing in woman." Now this is a charm
which can be acquired. There is a healthful and odor
iferous toilet article, known everywhere as Hagah's
Magnolia Balm, which literally transfigures acloudy
or sallow skin, suffusing the discolored face, neck,
arms and bosom with a solt, pearly tinge, and impart
ing to the surface a smoothness and a gloss like that
of polished marble. Instead of clogging the port s,
like the sticky enamels, or contracting thorn, and
thus obstructing perspiration, like the astringent cos
metics, it cleanses the skin from all impurities and
wonder rally improves its texture. This peculiarity is
particularly appreciated by our rural belles, who nnd
that the coarseness and roughness, which country air
is apt to engender, are speedily removed from their
faces, nayids and arms, by this delightlul preparation.
"We have often wondered whether
there is a person in all New England who
does not know and appreciate the value ot
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment &a a. family medi
cine. It is adapted to most all purposes, and
is the best pain killer that can be used.
600 House Lots will be given to the first
who apply. No restrictions. Object to encourage
emigration. Situated in various Towns, Villages and
Cities of the State of Nebraska. For full particulars
address Messrs, Fattee A Co., real estate dealers. No,
114 Broadway. N. or Nebraska Land Co., Omaha,
Carpenters. Butldehs and Mechanics ask for the
Patent Star Bevel and Try Square, and take no other.
They are the beat tools made.
O. W. HALLETT ft CO..
Star Tool Co.'s Works, West Meriden, Conn.
The rtaBDWABE Tbaiie all over the United States
are rapidly and profitably entering into the sale of
our Star Tools. The best Tools made.
O. W. HALLETT ft CO..
Star Tool Co.'s Works, West Meriden, Conn.
Irish Linbki. When an article enjoys a
reputation of such distinguished merit as to command
the universal commendation of the sellor and con.
Burner, there must be something' that it possesses
which compels such general admiration. Of such a
fabric is tne Psakb Bband ot XjCnen aim Linen
Handkerchiefs, which is growing more into -public
favor of late years than any goods of the kind Import
ed. They are regarded as the most reliafble and econ
omical Linens now used. LCom.
f osr iSitrs W astern 7 75. n s
Wheat No. 2 Spring.,,.-:...... 1 55 ! o 1 55Ji
Corn Mixed Western 72- a 73
Oats Western............-'. 52 a 53
Rye Western . 89 a 90
Barley State .......... , 85 a 86
Pork New Mess i 13 00 n 13 12,
Beeves .. ..
i . , Prime....-..
' " Fair Grades.................
Stock Cattle Common
flour White Winter Extra...-.
Wheat No. 1 Spring,
No. 2 Spring . ...
Corn Ne. 2 .
Oats No. 2 ..
Rye No. 2
Barloy No. 2 ; .
Pork Meas... .......... .......
9 6 00
: 2 75
a 4 75
1 25Xa 1 2ft
1 2294a 1 23
.... 32 a
.. 70 a 71
.... 51 o 63
1150 all 60
Wheat No. 2 Spring.
Corn Mixed, on track
Oats No. 2, on track.......-.-...,
Pork Mess .
Lard . ......
5 50 a 600
a 3 75
.... 1 65
Lard. .. . .. ... .....
440 a 480
Flour Spring Extra......... -S6 00
a 6 50
WheatNo. 1 Spring.
1 26 1 27
No. 2 boring ...
1 24Ja 1 25H
Corn No. 2....... .......
Oats No. 2
Rye No. 2.
Wheat No.l Red Winter , .tl 60
No. 2 Wed Winter..... 150
Cern ...... ....... 51
Oats .... ....... ...... 42
Petroleum Refined .-.v ..-..... 22
- Crude.......i.-..-....-,-....-.. 4 60
Wheat White Michigan.;..-.; ;...$! . o 1 68
Amber do. . .;.... 1 5014a 1 5L
Corn High Mixed -.. .. 46Hi 47
Low uo-. 4o4a 4b
Oats Ne. 1 40. a 41
No. 2- . w o J
TERM IT HATH l. EPl.
Would yon cure that distressing Cough and bring
back that healthy vigor till lately planted in -your
cheek I If you would, do not delay, for ere you axe
aware it will be too late.
Allen's Long Balsam is your hope; it has been tried
by thousands such as you, who have been cured ; many
in their gratitude have lent their names to us that
suffering humanity can read their evidence and believe.
Don't experiment with new and untried mixtures, you
cannot affors it. btrt try at once this invaluable arti
cle. It can be found in any Drug Store and at most
general stores. It is warranted to break up the most
troublesome Ceugh in a few honrs if not of too long
standing. It is warranted to give entire satisfaction
in all cases of Lung and Throat difficulties.
IT SAVED MY LIFE.
Wards of at Reliable Draarsjlst.
Mabinb Oitt, Mich.. July Zftb, 187a.
J. N. Harris ft Co. Scab Sirs : The Allen's Lnng
Balsam has arrived. I would not liko to be without
it for it has saved my life. I took a bad cold and a
rragb, and finally consumption was seated upon me.
was in a very bad state. I tried everything that waa
recommended and spent a great deal of money, and
fot no help. I had Allen's Lung Balsam for sale, but
knew nothingof its merits. I did not like to take it
without knowing moreabout it. I had not sold a bot
tle When your agent canea upou mo jiu mm a
eould not sell a medicine I knew nothing about. He
. ; mcuir T il i .1 mn a t 1 1 mv fril f (I
arEnnnuiui . ... 7 ... - - , --, "
ful surprise, the first bottle stopped my cough, and
before the third bottle was taken, my lungs were
healed and well; and lean now speak knowingly to my
vi.nHs.nrinatomeniof the irood qualities of Allen's
Lung Balsam. I renuv in yours, respectfullv
M-It Is harmless to the most delicate child,
t contains no opium in any form.
nU - " Allon'a T.iin rr TtftlMAin" and shUD the U0
of any other Halsam: unprincipled in.cn may dsceUe
you with worthless preparations. .
J. N. HARRIS CO., Propr's. Cincinnati. Ohio.
Bold by IJIedlcino Dealers Generally
q SAM ar-GEEENB , BHTTOV. H. ROS-
EDS A LI, Chicago: NOYB3 JJBUrJ.
Saint Paul! RICHABDSO , CO. and COLU&iJ
BB03., tonis: '
A Word for the Babies.
The season that tries children's souls
and bodies is at hand. The cold,
damp season of early spring, with its
penetrating breezes that chill the entire
system and generate incipient croup, is
already here, and it behooves anxious
parents to be on the alert, if danger,
and perhaps death would be averted.
Too many parents find their children's
lives cut off by the want of a little care.
Croup always originates in a cold, and
in most cases the cold is caused from
exposure to dampness, either of the
clothing or of the atmosphere. In
many cases the primary cause is insuffi
cient or improper clothing.. .Especially
is this so with little girls. On this point
a great responsibility lies with : the
mothers, and when a child loses its
life either from the wilful ignorance of
its parent or the wilful following of a
fashion that leads to that result, what
is it but inviting death ? Let mothers
become strong in common sense and
resolve to raise their children, not to
bury them. Let them remember, also,
that though sickness may sometimes be
called " Bent from God" in the true
sense, that which is forced upon a help
less child is nothing less than a crime.
Great Britain Extending her Possessions.
Great Britain has followed up her an
nexation of the African cold fields with
that of the Dutch possessions in Guinea.
The treaty, by which the King of the
Netherlands gives up his colony, has
iust been signed, despite the earnest
objections of the people and presa of
Holland ana the people ot Guinea, who
sent a deputation to protest against it,
all the way to the Fatherland. For its
acquisition England pays a small sum of
money, and annuls some treaty stipula
tions, by which tho Netherlands were
prevented from occupying the great
Malayan Island of Sumatra, so that it
is a mutually advantageous bargain
This treaty makes England the first of
European nations in Alncan colonies.
Her foreign subjects number 187,000,-
000, and they occupy 6)000,000 square
miles of the globe ; but they are not, on
the whole, a source of streagth to the
Thb suicide who swallowe! some
pounded glass, not long ago, died of a
pane in nis stomach. '
A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat reqres
immediate attention, as neglect otten
times results in some incurable Lung
Disease. Brown's Broichial Troches"
will almost invariably give relief.
A bUrs Tamo.- CABLE SCREW WIRE Boots
and Shoos will not rip, leak or come apart, and
are the easiefrtVeveT worn. Try then.
All bear the! Patent Stamp.
Not every one can be President, bat S can
buy SILVER TIPPED Shoes for' their childrito't
and thereby lessen their Shoe bills two-thirds.
For Sale by all Dealers.
The adTertiner. baring- been permanently cured of
mat ctreaa aiaetuo, uonsumpiion, dj a simpia lemeay,
is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the
means of care. To all who dseire it, he will send a
copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with
the directions for preparing and ustnar the same,
which they will find a bubs Cukc roa Consumption,
A HVA. Tt KANsT HrTH . Aft.
Parties wiBhiu.? the prescription will please address
Ket. EDWABD A. WIISON,
264 South Third street, WilliamsbKrEb, N. T.
What Sprln Brines With It
Begarded from a medical standpoint. Spring is not
the delectable season described by Ternal poets. On
the contrary, its' yield of Intermittent fever, billons
attacks, rheumatic pains, disorders of the stomach.
nervous complaints, and pulmonary diseases. Is almost
as large as its crop of violets, snowdrops and cherry
blossoms. The invisible seeds of innumerable mala
dies rise with the morning mists, and are scattered
broadcast by the vapors of night. "Who can resist
their mephi tic influence? Certainly not the weak by
Datura, r those whose nervous energies have been
overtasked mental or physical labor, unless they
tone and invigorate their systems, and thus enable
them to cope wftli the unhealthy influences by which
they are surrounded.-
The only medicinal agent by which this object can
be rapidly and safely accomplished, is the great vege
table renovant and invigorvat, Hostettera Stomach
Bitters. The operation of this celebrated specific is
four-fold. It strengthens the digestive organs, regu
lates the secretions, improves the condition of the
blood, superinduces a regular habit of body, and
thereby imparts such vigor and elasticity to the whole
physical structure as to render It capable- of resisting
the action of the poisonous miasma, with which the
spring atmosphere is always to some extent impreg
nated. Here, then, is a ready and certain means of
escaping the disorders prevalent at this season-, or (if
they have already fastened upon the system) of con
quering them speedily and thoroughly. Tbe flavor of
a medicine is not of much consequence, provided it
does its work properly, but of Hos tetter's Bitters it
may be fairly said, that they effect a cure without out
raging the patient's sense of taste.
Rare and Seatttifhl .Flower? and
Choice Vegetables can always
- be obtained by sowing"
B.K. BLISS fc SONS, 23 Park Place and 20
Murray street. Mew York, Importers, Growers, and
Dealers in Gai don. Field, and Flower Seeds. Small
Fruits, Horticultural Implements, Fertilizers, and
other requisites for the Farm and Garden.. Jdawn
Mowers of the most approved pattern.
The Eighteenth Annual Edition of their celebrated
meed Catalosue trxid Amateur's ulde to the
Flower and Kitclien Gardes is now ready for
distribution, and will be mailed to all applicants upon
receipt of 25 cents; an edition beautifully bound iu
cloth, 75 cents. . .
This is without exception the largest and best Cata
logm ever poDiisnea in mis or any oiner country.
It contains about O0 paces, including evera! hun
dred finely executed engravings of favorite flowers and
vegetables', and a beautifully colored Cbromo
of a grr cm y of twenty of the most popular
flowers in enJCivatLon. and the new Early gyp
tiart Jteet. Also a descriptive liBt of 2500 species and
varieties of flown-and vegetable seeds, including all
the novelties of ths past season, with full directions
for culture. . . ,
We will tend a pad t of choice Flower Seed gratit to
persons ordering Oatalojuerand enclosing 25c, if they
will state the name of the jmjMr in which they taw this
AddrebS B- H- BHLTSS fc SONS,
P, O. Box afrltg, New York City.
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- 'ii'T' ni"- lusiw rj"'ii - -X-Astf
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink,
made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse
Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the
taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers," "Restorers,"
&c, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots
and herbs of California, free from al! Alcoholic Stimulants.
They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the
System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring
the 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 tbrir
results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease.
Ko Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison orothei
means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point
Dyspepsia, or Iiftdtfyrestion. Headache. Pain
; thA s;h-.i.M-K. Couehs. Tiehtness of the Chest. Diz
ziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
:- M -..ith Rilinn A tracks. Palnitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions ef
the i-idneys, ana a nnnarea omcr pair.im 8yiupiuiu.
- th- nflUnrintrs of DvsDensift. In these complaints
:t has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar
antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, in young or old.
married or single, at the dawn ot womannooa, or me
turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep-
Vm Tnflnmmiitnrv n.nl Chronic Bneti'
mntlain s,nA PwMif. TW-tiCTVtia nr TndiirestionT Bilious.
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have
been most successful- Such Diseases are caused by
Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derange
ment of the Digestive Organs.
Thv n (.nntlri Piirsrauti-re a.S iv ell as
a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting
a a T-w.wfrfiil avent in relievinfr Coneestiott or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
For Sltin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car-Scald-Head.
Sore Eves. Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
hnrt t,m hv the use of these Bitters. One bottle in
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleans the Vitiated Blood whenever you
find its impurities burstins: through the skin in Pimples.
Eruptions- or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and- sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Orate fill fliousM-ds proclaim Vinegar Bit
tsrs the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained
. the sinking system-.
Pin, Tape- ai&ct other Worms, lurking in
the system of so- many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physioU
ogxst : Tli ere is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the 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 fhrase- living monsters of disease.
no sysTfrm ot Medicine- jw vermiruges, no anthelnnn
itics, itil free the system vom worms like these Bit-ters-
JMC-'cliflLiitcal Diseases- Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters,
Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will
be subiect to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against
this take a dose of Waljckr's Vinegar Btters once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
Bilious. Remittent, and Intermittent
Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our
great rivers throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Oluo, Missouri-- Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cumberland. Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra-os,
Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roan
oke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country during the Suramec
and AVttirnu, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual licaft and dryness, are invariably accompanied!
by extensive deratsgeinents of the stomach and liver. and
other abdominal vtseera, There are always more or less
obstructions of the lrver. at weakness and irritable state
of the stomach, and' great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated'accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting: a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentia I y necessary. There is
no cathartic for the purpose eqnl to Dr. J. Walker's
Vinegar Bitters, as they wilF speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with whioh the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating tbe secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or KJnc's Evil. White-Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc, etc In these, as in all other constitutional' Iris
eases, Walker's Vinegar Bitters have showw their
great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitt
act on ail tnese cases in a similar manner, sy punfyimf
the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away
the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular deposits
the affected parts receive health, and a permanent cure
The properties of Dr. Walker's Vinegar
Bittsrs are Aperient, Diapltoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilioas.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties ot
Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters are the best safe
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, awr bowels,
either from inflammation, wind, colic, craraps, etc.
Their Counter-irritant influence extends throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary dusts
and are saperior to all remedial agents, for the cure or
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body against disease by puri
fying aU its fluids with Vinegar Bitters. No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invig
orant. Directions. Take of the Bitters on going to bed
at night from a half to one and one-half wine-giassfulL
Eat good Bourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take
out-door exercise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spirit.
T. WALKER, PropV. RRMcDOKiLDACO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts. , San Francisco and New York,
jai- SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS.
Farm and Kitchen Garden.
We are pleased to announce
that the U61H Annual
Edition of this well-known
work is now ready, enlarged
and improved, and contain
ing a magnificent new eel
e ed litnoarrsLph, besides
hundreds of engravings in
addition to its full descrip
tive price-list of 3.000 VAKIB
ttss of choicb flowkb and
Itisetable Skips, Base
Gladiolus, Lilies. Tubs
boas. Ac, with full direc
tions for their culture. This
is without doubt the most
perfect work of the kind Derore las puunc. sjrwni
Free to applicants npon receipt of J stamps. Address
Washburn ft Co., 110 Tremont St.. Boston. Ma.
C10I.lECTION of all manner of DcbU. Inherit
J ancem. Inierett and Bentt. in all partaof Great lint-
ain. Holland, franca and Germany, a specialty otj.r.
FBUEAUFF. Attorney-at-Iaw. Columbia. Pa.
"VT GUI LBEBT, Bueroreea Farm, Qvnr mtdjt, fa.,
J Stock Breeder, sells low: Blcode-H sitle.Calves,
Horses. Cotswold and Southdown Sheep, Lambs,
Swine, Fancy Fowls. Geese. Ducks, Turkeis. Pigeons,
uogs. Maltese imib, JtaPDlts, rggs an unri;nwg.
76 Sheets nf Paner. Ann 24 Rnvelooea. Stamped snv
letter desired, and sent by mail to any address for
ctsnernox. ttue rnt. i erlnmeo. lora cu per uo.
Bamplafrce. II. E WILKlJiS Stongutou. Jlass. .
IO. O. F. Get a Pocket Lodge Account Beok
s 20 cents. J. M. MILLER. Harrisbnrg, Pa.
RARE SEEDS !
Send for Catalogue. E. J.
EVANS A CO.. York. Pa.
C f Envelopes of various sizes. Colors, and Songs on
jLdr each. 24 sheets Son- Paner. cony of a 40-column
paper, ail sent lorzuc J. A. liowei:s t o jvnersouj.
A CENTS MAKE $15 A DAY selling our But
ton Hole Cutter, Sash JTastener, Eraser and Pens,
Samples sent, post-paid, for SO centsor circular free.
ury tnem. Aaarss rLUflntstu., r-uiiaqeipnia- x-a.
Odsa wheat is first best ;
or 8l foi 4 lbs., postpaid.
send stamp for samples,
Geo. White. Durand. 111.
T ANT ED Agents for our new Ifi-psge paper,
TT tbe Contributor. Thirteen departments, relt-
flons and secular. Rev. A. B. Earle writes for it.
l.OUayear; a $2-00 premium to each subscriber. For
Agents terms, aggress jabbi n . jakl.c. dubuju. aifma.
HO WILL SUFFER. V It is now 24
years einca JJr. Tobias s vknktian
LINIMENT tvns nut before the public: warranted to
cure Chronic Rheumatism. Headache. Cuts. Burns.
Bruises. Old Sores, Pains in the Limbs. Hack, and
Chest, and it never has failed. Sold by Druggists.
Depot. IO Park Place. New York.
25 different sorts of Splendid Flower or
Garden Seeds, prepaid by Mail. $1. Cata
logues free. Seeds on Commission. Ag-ents
-anted. B. M. TVatson.Plymonth, Mass.
BUIHTNGFEIT, (no tar) for outside work,
and inside, instead of plaster. Felt Csrpetings.
11 its, sc. 0. J. FAY. Otniden, N. J.
BOHEMIAN OATS OATS WITHOUT
H UIiLiS. Tht s are spleudid Oats, shelling out
like Wheat or Bye. Weigh 50 lbs to the bushel, and
yield equal to any good variety. They make excellent
feed, or can be ground for house nse. Cent, prepaid,
to any part of the Unii o. r t SO ceuta per quart. We
have also fii new Jeinlar Bran kin? Pop Com. Grows
4 to 12 ears (n a stalk. Sent by mail at 2c per packet.
E. H. JOKES A JJBOS. Seed Dealers,
. . Fond dn Lac. Wis.
The snbscriBW wen thf originators of the articles
namea aDove. ana nave mau. iiiom " . . '
century, ana tney claim uiu wo mm .uvu
11 IJ Ol en. una.
T he cooking or Savoring extracts are pnre ana
healthful, and are tho true flavors ut tho article tner
Th. Infallible Toast Ponders are tbe oldest, the
strongest, the hst, and consequently the cheapest,
'i' i. .. r ymnnm 4a m ml m from the fruit and
pure sugar and flavored with the lemon peel, and is
well adapted foa- the sick, for travelers, voyagers, and
ethers who cannot readily procure the fresh fruit. .
Since these g.oda have been introduced to the pub
lic a host of imitators have sprung up. and so many
worthless or hurtful articles have been sold as " Ex
tracts," " Bakins Powder," and "Leroonnde Pow
der," as to bring discredit upon all. Our old enstom
ers will find that our goods are as good in quality aa
when we tirat maaetnem. -
11 State St., Boston,
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RED LINE CATALOGUE
40.000 of these Organs are now
150 Pr-wittws have - been
awarded tor BEST Organs.
No orders solicited except
from Dealers or A Rents.
W. W. HJJUBALLa
Wholeaale Agentor the Northwest,
610 Mlchisaji ATeiae
Cheap Farms I .Free Homes I
Of THS LINS or TBI .
UNION PACIFIC BAILROAD.
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Now for Sale. , .
These lands are In the central portion of the United
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tral line of the great Temperate Zone of the American
Continent, and for grain growing and stock raising
unsurpassed by any in the United States.
CHEAPER IS PRICE, more favorable terms given,
and more convenient to market than can be found
FBEE Homesteads for Actual Settlers.
THB BEST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES.
Soldiers entitled to a homestead of 160 Acres.
Fbez Passbs to Pubchasebs or Lard.
Send for the new descriptive pamphlet with nw
maps published in English, German, Swedish and
Danish, mailed free everywhere. Address
t. F. DAYI8.
Land Commissioner, V. P. K R. CO..
Offer Mr, advantage! to all going West. Lands ex
ceedinclv fertile, good water, wood cheap, markets
aoceesib'.e. eiimate unsurpassed, ague never known,
temperance community, churches and school right
off. settlers get homesteads fornothinff.reduced trans
portation , me-obership fee small, o other assess
ments, liirfrtv number goinr: apply at once. Ka
dorsed by Vies Pres. Colfax. Gen. Howard and Jay
Cooke. Send for full particulars to h. If. Tenncy A.
Co., Managers. Chicago and Duluth, or Hon. B. Page
Davis, Gen. Agt., X63 Broadway. N. T.
THE "LIGHT RUMIHG
- S. K, Agonlsr
It don't pay yon
to fight the best
onr claims. Get
the agency and
sell it. Address
ji" DOMESTIC " S. M.Co.,96 Chambers St, K. Y.
Double Shovel Plow Blades,
Single Shovel Plow Blades.
HALL, KI9IBARK 8c CO., Clilca.a.
For Beauty of Polish, Savins Labor, Clean
llnesSjDurabiUty & Cheapness, UnequalecU
BEWARE OF wounii-KSS iMfTATloxs under other
names, but resembling our in shape and color of wrapper
intended to deceive.
TIIK RIBlHiO 8CS POLISH I" BULK, for tove dealers
nse, at twelve cents per pound t went v-five and flftjr
pound boxes. "Cheaper than any other Bulk Polish for
THK RIffl frX LOWER rFJCIX No Hharpenlng
Cheap- and DuraMe Mipereedes other art Ides forpurpose,
THK IUMMI SIX l.I.U li I.KAI IX IlKK ATUlt. Foraxles.
beariojfs and ixnchSnerv. Lasts six time? as long a oU
alone. 55 lb. and 50 lb. boxes, cents jer lb. Try IU
MORSE BROS.. Prop're., Canton Mais.
THE ORGANIC LAW OP THE SEXES
Tho conditions which impair vitality positive and
negative electriciiy -proof that life is evolved without
union effect of tobacco influence of tish and phos
pborie diet modern treatment of pelvic diseases,
stricture and varicocele, and arrest of development,
abridged from Diseases of the ttexnal System. and
ten lec turns to his private snr1ca! class, by KDWAUD
H. DIXON, H. D.. editor of The Scalpel, No. 42 Fifth
Avenue, New York. 64 paces octavo, 25 cents.
" Tt is written iu the usual didactic style of tbe auth
or, and with great delicacy and care. Evening Post.
i li ere is not a pao uiai uwo uu uwr an luipres
Va wnminkr. Everv line from the oea of tbe author
is of great value to tbe whole human race. JDvery
parent should read it. Horace Oreetey.
Dr. Dixon is a surgeon in the highest sense of tbe
term. London Lancet.
Ltf K lO, and tJO (CJ Bill sent as s Cnrlosity foi
P O jSoc J. K. E ECOBD A CO., Garrettsville. Ohio.
Cm Tii for srstlass Pianos.
J5J JvJnSnl. Address U. 8.
Broadway. New York. -
nntnm Satins' Curad. Send stains for book and hiar
ficulars to.Drs. Sjulre jfc Bowser, WortWutn, ilod.
I I JJRE you havo a salve combining soothing ana
IX bcaling properties, with no dangerous Ingred- .
lent. A remedy at hand tor the marry pains and
aches, wounds and bruises to whlph flesh is heir.
Is more easily applied than many other rcraeates
never producing a Dan enect, ouiaiwr"""s
pain, however severe. v 7,1 .'1
xt is prepared Dy jutn toatBjrr, wno na. hku
In her own extensive treatment of the arck, fot
nearly twenty yeara, with gront auccesa.' : --'I
The principal disenscs for which this salve Is roc
ormnetlded are. Chilblain, Rheumatim, JHUmm
Scrofula. Old Ulcen, Halt HUCam, etpraint, Hume, .
fever Sore 9. Felon, Pimple, Erytipela,- Sormi?
res, HarUr'g Jtch, Peafne, Soil, Ring-worm,
Corn, Site of lneet. Cancer, Toothadter Eaf I
ache, Sore A'ippie, Baldne, Swollen Jrcatt.
Jlch. Scald Head, Teething, Chapped 'Uand, ''
Scald, Cut, Bruit, Croup, Crooked Lip, sua (
Sore on Children
It never fails to cure Rheumatism if properly t
applied. Rub it on well with the hand three times
a day. In several cases it baa cured palsied ilmbsv
For Pile It has been discovered to be a sure rem- ,
edy. Persona that have been afflicted for year i
have been relieved by a few applications. For ry
tipela it works wondcrsy allaying the Inflammation
nnd quieting tho patient. For Chapped. -Hand it
reduces a cure immediately. Let those with Salt
hewn obtain this Salve, and apply it freely, and
they will find it invaluable. ' It ts goad in coaea cf
Scrofula and Tumor. Cancer have been cured
with it. The best Salve ever invented for Swollen
Srcatt and Sore Nipple. Ho way injurious, but
auro to afford relief. Sore or Weal Syce Hub it
on the lids gently, once or twice at day. Cures deaf
neas by putting in tbe cars on a piece of cotton.
For Felon this is superior to anything known.
For Pimple this acta like a charm. For nm
and Scald, npply the Salvo at ones mnn H gives
immediate relict. For Old Sore, apply once, a
day. - ,
From Mrs. ELIZABETH COOMBS, BPUnnetcl.
' ' Brunswick, April 4i 1867.
Miss Sawter : I received your letter laafeven -ins,
and was very glad you concluded , td let'men
take your Salve. 1 think I can do well with Itt and '.
it will be quite an accommodation to my husband, .
as he cannot get along without it. Be has trted ;
everything else and has never found anything that .
healed his leg as that Salve of youra, and we have ,
both found it to be all, and even more, than yoiC:
recommend it to be. We have bad it m the family -five
or six years, and have need it for everything, .
and can truly say we have never found it equals
I nse it for a weak back, and it acta like a charm.
Mr. Coombs has had a Fever Sore on hi leg JoT'
thirty year, and would be a cripple to-day if he
had not found a remedy in your Salve. It kecpy'
it healed, and takes out tbe inflammation, proud ,
flesh and swelling, and does for him all that he can 1
ask. I can recommend it for a good many thinga-i .
that yon have not, for I use it for everything. I
consider tt tnvamable In .family. If you can pot!
this testimony together, and it can be of any aer
vice to you, you are welcome.' ' .....j
Yours, &c., ELIZABETH COOMB3.-
;-' TO THE AFFLICTED.' 'i--1?-1
If your Druggist Is out ot th Bah , and noglecta
to keep supplied, send aevonty-fi cents asdinestttd
below, and receive a box by rtusaBU.,--.
Pat up In Bbxes at 50 cents eanA. ""Prepared'
by MISS C. SAWi'Klt, and put np by L. M
BOBBINS, Wholesale and. Retail Drug;
fist, Rockland,' Me. A Trial Bbx. sent In o
y mall on receipt of aoventy-flva eonta,. by I. M
BOBBINS, Kockland, Mo. . i-.il
THIS VALUABLE SALVE IS SOMxTI
Dff.AT.KK3 UT MEDICTKES. . :. , 1,
..J o J
Tor restoring to Graf Hair its;
jxatuxal Vitality and Color. !-ri
wliich is at
hair. , J& soon,
or gray Aaif
to its original'.
color, wltti Ifih:
floss and freshness of youth'. "Thiri.
air ia thickened, falling hair checked,,
and baldness often, though not always,,
cured bj its use. . Nothing cart restoroi
the hair -where tho follicles &re de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied, and',
decayed; but such aa remain can bp:
saved by this application, and' 'stimu
lated into ' activity, ' bo that a 4 nqw-
growth of hair is produced; ' Instead,
of fouling the hair with a pastyedi--ment,
it will keep it clean and rigorous.
Its occasional us will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling ofi and
consequently prevent baldness.,,,; fhe
restoration of vitality it gives to tho
scalp crrcsts and prevents tho' forma
tion of dandruff which is 6fteri: so un
cleanly and offensive! Free from thoSs
deleterious ' suhstancca ' which ! makoi
some preparations-dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, tho Vigor car only
benefit but not harm it.,-. If wanted
merely for. n. HAIR, DRESSING,,
cotliing else can be foiid eo desirable..
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does,
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts,
long on tho hair, giving it a richj glossy
lustra, and a grateful perfume. ' 1 ''
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Praetieal nnd Analytical Olumbftav i
- SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS XVEBTWBKBX.
FRESH SEEDS Since the Or eat Fir.. Wes -em
Seed Oooi aanyjis and 11T Kioai St..Chicao.
J. P. FOGG SON. Stock new aod complet. Can
supply our customers as usual, Baud for price list.
Inguire far our seeds in papers.
iia warranter, to reliove tha wont caw in ten
minute. . Far -file by Drni-ts. Trial -Package
sent FKKE on receipt of a thm aant
stamp. Add rem . ... .
X'. rumAM ac tF.,
TEN DOLLARS A DT TO AGE ST S
Belling the Autobiography of Sam
The Great Missouri Bushwhacker.
Cloth. Illustrated, prepaid. 1. Send for circular
WILCOX, JaSenoa City, Ho.
Supply nf ba i Mtfr p
price reduced. 1.11mm.
Krene &t Co.' Fluid
Kxtrnrt cnrcji tlnncer.
Scrrttui. Sypliilia. Blten
matiB ii, TTfc-pr. Mcfn din
east-, a'l B1kx1 BiseaMfi.
The best known Klood
PuHfier. old by alt dru?
p4tn. Price. $3 pt ItottH.
Omen. Ho. Cedar
' n9?',itixZ 1W Socth Ci-RC Btreet, Chicago.
mhiiit or or man. iree oi cnartra.
'V 1 TLT T. A XT im fta An I mr rihnni.ia t. In k.J
fV$rrir eitv that WaBRa-ts O'-iik- oh fro tavJ
A NERVOUS INVALID
Has pnMlshed for the benefit of younrmen-and otaers
who snfler from Nervousness. Debility, sc.. a treatise
snpplying the means of relf-eure. -Written by one who
cured himself, and sent lree on receiving a post-raid
directed envelope. Address ' -
NATHANIEL 9UYFAIR, i
' Brooklm, W. Y.
A DAY selling Patent Jet Linen and Oar d
Printers. Arents wanted. Address t
PRINTER Mv FQ CO., U Ktlby St., Bottom.
A GRWTjUWaated. A jrentsmake more money at
XI work for us than at anythina else. ParUcal are tree.
G. Stinsom A Co.. Fin Art Pnilithere. Portland. Maine.
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