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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The East. In Jersey City, N. J., on Wednesday even ing, ft German ear conductor, named Kent, made a desperate attempt to shoot another conductor named Kock, after the latter fell, feigning death, though ' unhurt. Sent then hot himself, inflicting mortal wounds. Family troubles were the cause Win. C. Clark, Attorney General for New Hamp shire, died at hi residence in Manchester, on Thursday night ' or congestion of the Jungs, aged 3. A bbociiho affair ocourred in the town of Kew Scotland, N. T., this morning. A fam ily consisting of Mr. Volmer, his wife and fire children', Volmers mother, and his wife's step-father, occupied- a two-story building, which took fire. Volmer. his wife and one child, who occupied the first floor, escaped, but all the others perished in the flames Bamuel- Windier, the brother of Mrs. Hyde, who was jointly inaietea wun iter lor toe murder of Watson, as accessory before the act. was brought to Brooklyn, N. Y., on Fri day, and committed to jaiL He will prob ably be tried with his sister in June...... The trial of Lvdia Sherman, the husband mur derer, was concluded in New Haven, Conn., on Friday. . After an absence of fifty :min- utes, the jury declared Mrs. Sherman guilty ' of murder in the second degree. 1 - 0 Saturday Evening .a fire occurred in the building Koe. 24 and 29 Wooeter street, New York. Two tailor named John" and ' James McCherry were burned to death.. Sev eral persons had narrow escapee.- Wm. Fordham leaped from the rear window into the yard beneath. ". Fortunately he alighted on the roof of the' shed, and. miraculously esea-ped unhurt, although he had fallen a distance of fifty -feet. Loss about $70,00...... A man named John Hallonsn was shot by the Mayor's Marshal, James L. Burns, in a gambling saloon in the Bowery, New York, on Sunday morning. Burns was arrested. ......Edward 8. Stokes, , the murderer of James Fisk, Jr., has prepared a letter for publication denying that he was in league with Mist Mansfield to extort money from Fiak-v 'iil-'lUJvii yiiUj TnnSauhegan Mills, Jin Milford N. H., were totally destroyed" by fire on ' Sunda-f night, with the dryhouss connected . there with. "Xjoss '$100,000 ; 'Insurance $76,000. -...-.Ths fire 'on tbe mountains; near 'King. ston, N. T.) continue. Fires are also raging along the ' Sondout and " Oswego "railroad, and a considerable, amount ef eodwoed and rm uivau h hits oeen cooaumed. js-rerr il: t . . . . . . '. i hits oeen consumed, jsrery- I y. dry and, the fire spreads with fityiijiAs fire(-at3Wa-JrenJPBiK') Jfiernooj, destroyed theHTJ&iibn' great t raploUl on Mood st si sehooi-housflandtheOermama HcyteR Jffbw school-house had $10,000 insurance, and the Uermama Hotel $25,000. 1fi. ft P-.v.wa mW A rnur'-destroyed ish-ollbroth factor 'ftt OolumhnsyjUe, JPo-O-tlaJjandi ITefw Yori on Tuety,-wnh a Joss-of -ff.s-,000 Oi.ese man was run.oyer.fcy a machinq and.killed.J A (? TnaT? morning dee frayed:' the! w. uvuro VI ui fn UWBW3f H.UI& HIBDQI rail- road, at Nashua, N. H., with' its contents. A train of cars was also destroyed, and the rolling mill of the Nashua Iron and Steel Company. The loss to the latter is $50,000 ; insured for $25,000. The railroad loss is not ascertained -A very destructive fire broke out in the village of Fenn.Yan; New York, on Tuesday. Fifty houses burned. Steam era were ordered from Elmir and Caaan daigna -to suppress the flames. The fire originated in a Juraaco, The losses are Very heavy. " ' -" --- - I J A BABoro attempt . was made Wednesday morning by a gang of burglars to blow open the safe of the Erie freight house, at Buf falo, N. Y., in whioh several thousand dol lar In currency- -were deposited.". The bur glars entered the building and gagged the private watchman,- They were in the act ef blowing open the safe, when disturbed by the police, but made good their escape...... The large woolen mill; of William G. Case, at Columbus, Pa., was entirely destroyed by fire Wednesday night. . Loss, $30,000 ; .insurance, $12,000. p I The West. Jour Coopxb, the mulatto who murdered James H.' Swing, a colored ' tinsmith, last November, was hung in Cleveland; O.", on Thursday . at 12 o'clock. On the scaffold Cooper made few remarks, saying that he was sorry for . what be had done, and was prepared to die....Jas. E. Castro, a notori ous horse thief and stage robber, was hanged 7 vigilantes at San Benito, Cal., on Thurs day ...... James Bice, of Allegheny City, wss shot and kiUed . in . Evansville, Ind., on Thursday morning by Frank Wright, keeper of the Marine hospital. - Cbabus Kent was drowned from the fish ing-boat Rowena, while lifting nets twelve mile off Milwaukee; Wis., Friday forenoon. jjeceaaed was; 25 year of age, and leaves wife and two children. At 11 o'clock on" Saturday night, a de structive fire broke out on Superior street. Cleveland, u., in the block occupied by Wm. Jtidd, jeweler, whose loss Is heavy. Much damage was done -by water to the adjoining stores. ..Cobb, Andrews A Co., booksellers, lose heavily. Loss about $30,000 Richard Tuch, i Superintendent of the Ferguson Mine, in Mariposa, Cal., and Wm. Oliver were arownea in the Merced river Satur day':' T" ' Tent extensive flouring mill of, Fletcher A Judy, at Coatsville, HI., was' destroyed by nra on April 25th. Los on building and eonssnts $18,000 ; partially insured...... A dispatch, from VMinneanolia. Mtun. a-m-ii 29th, state that ad vices from, Oakdalef on nor'agra jracine railroad, on Saturday evening last, announced the wholesale mur der of a family of" a man named Cook, brother to Franklin Cook, or Minneapolis. k . ournea to toe ground and the oonea muna in tne ruins. j: Th . outrage i aatppesed to have been mmmiti,it T-j: ana......Ths body of a young Dane named Agustu Ohlsoa was -found in the 'river at Mcine, Wis., on Sunday. Ohlton has been uianing hobs tne i3in of April, and is sup posed to have been murdered.. , . ; Deans a severe ihunder jtorm at Aciley Iowa, on fiHnday niht, ii'ghtning atruck the hous of,PatnoL assidy, aboutfpur miles """ uJ sown. ; xne.cnrrent passed down the stove-pipe and instantly killed Casidy and Peter Burns, who were sleeping near the stove......An East SaginawMich uiovnoi, wtmym wimp anout U.a saw. was destroyed by fir Tuesday morning. w. tm huuhh at 49,iuu, wiiD d in surance of $15,609-. .A man- named Alex ander Woodward. whilintr.AH in ing some old buildins-a to malra n v Tr.r n ones; frf Dubuque, Iowa; war. killed almost iuiwuuj oy a railing wall. - at Indianapolis, Ind., the jury in the cf woi .arvey, indloted for the murder of his wire, in March, 1863, who has since been at large, but was arrested in Ohio a short time ago, returned a verdict Wednesday of MIVMtin. ..J - - x . . 1 "" " oi ten years in the State penitentiary ...Stanley, the mur derer of Patterson, who was under sentence to be hung April 12, was lodged in the State on juadison, lowa, for life, bv ; vuimuMijuu oi iiis sentence. x-ampeiuna w The West. The South. ... Iox"A J. Walkek, ex-Chief Justice of , ene eupreme Court of Alabama, died at his resiaenoe in -Montgomery, Ala., on Thurs d7 ged 63. He wa an Eminent Comman uer of the Knighte Templar of that State. BaraxTT Jokes, a printer, was shot and iTtafsav 1 w 1. :n - j v. . . '" on friday afternoon, at Memphis, Tenn.. bv Dr. Willi. m r an l y?0" county, Kentucky. crun,nal inmacy between Jonfi "J" W" the cUBe- neron was committed to anrwer. E. P. Lonsn, in Bowling Green, Ky., jail on the charge of murder, on Sunday after noon, while temporarily in the hall of the jail, was near thn inml .i... n. i.x. .tf1"; d? '. his Dd stanUy ,7 , " " in, jocuea tne door, and walked out of the prison. A reward is of fered for his recapture. 0 Monday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, five the tile an Gout men, mounted, dashed into the town of Co lumbia, Adair county, Ky., and stopped and dismounted at the Deposit Bank. Two with pistols in their hands held the horses, and three with revolvers entered the bank. One of the scoundrels shot the Cashier dead, Arid the party pillaged the bank of all the money out of the safe, which they could not open. The citizens organised, started in pursuit, and at latest accounts were gaining rapidly on the villains. Thsj President of the bank at Columbia, Adair county, Ky., robbed on Monday af ternoon by five men, has offered a reward of $2,500 for them, or $1,000 for either. The raid wss one of the most daring ever made, and the murder most heartless. The villains got about $70,000, mostly in bonds, nev. neuDen Williams, colored, was toully murdered m his bed Tuesday night m mo suuuros oi untie kocjc, Arlc, bv s couple of young colored men. The murder ers escaped. Washington. Thb Soldiers' National Cemetery at Get tysburg has been transferred to the care an control vi lao uovernment, and superin Undents have been appointed by the Secre tary of War to take charge of it. The re mains or Confederate dead interred at Get tysburg will be removed to Hollywood Cem etery, Richmond The Senate Committee on territories have aboutconcluded the con sideration of a bill to prevent polygamy in the Territory of Utah John Jay Knox, confirmed Wednesday by the Senate, took his official oath Thursday, and enters on the duties of Comptroller of the Currency at oaco. News reached Washington on Monday that the late Tycoon of Japan has been in ited by the present reigning .Emperor to come out cf his . late retirement, 'and nas received an nonoraole appointment under the Government, accompanied by a highly complimentary . title. Among the Jaoanese now on their w v to Wnohinfftn is Katori, present Chief Minister of Finance oi japan. te-- t Thb House Committee on. Military Affairs have agreed to the bills - introduced , by the delegate from Montana, directing-the Secre tary of War to furnish 6 fhelnhabiUnts of mat Territory sou Spencer rifles to enable them to defend themselves from the Frisi ans A number of copies -f the British counter-case were received at the British Xiegation on Monday, and srx of (hem given to the Department of State. " t-jr Washington. Foreign. LaU ja, uisraici aseea. n antes, Italy, uda ' f ' - - ' J' - V.--.J aernognsavj The ernptionf, Vesuvius is increasing!! becoming "toore! serious. Two hundred persons have ben tirned del Greoo iaKtaxeer of- destruction. The people arevfiying-from the townand tempow . . j yi miBiuiijg uwviur ftiiem oy mi! auLnoritiee-y xiaier reports state that a fresh crater opened? in Vesuvius. -Bhea and lava threaten the villages on the mountain side. and the inhabitants are removing their nousenoiu gooas, xnousanos are encamped in the fields. The scene is grand and terri ble beyond description. - The flames at times shoot np ton Rreat height, and .masses of roak are ejected with earthquake shocks which sre distinctly felt in Naples The forms of law-necessary to procure the release on bail of the Tichborne claimant having been complied with, he, has been set at lib erty j..The situation of Spain has become serious. The Government is resolved to adopt the most rigorous measures to suppress the insurrection. A royal proclamation has been issued, declaring many places in a state siege, i- Marshal Serrano, with six thousand men, has gone to Navarres. - His presence at the head ot this force has checked the opera- "uuo vi wo varusu iu macuepartment. 1h fire of Vesuvius are slackening. A new crater opened near Tersigna on Sunday, hut with every fresh opening now the vio lence of the eruption seems to abate. The volume of the stream of lava near San Se bastian is sixteen feat deep, and the village is still in danger. The King, who arrived at Naples en Saturday, has gone to San Se bastian to direct measures for the relief of the. inhabitants. The devastation haa been terrible. Thousands of acres of cultivated lands have been overwhelmed by the ashes and lava, and vineyards and farms are buried out of sight. The loss of life must have been heavy, but at is impossible to as certain the number of victims..-.. A band of uariists in Spain was defeated last week, wita a loss oi sixteen . allied and thirty wounded. ' The insurgents were dispersed. It is stated on official authority that Don Carlos has not entered Spain,;... J. P. Brown, Secretary and Interpreter of the American Leeation at Constantinople- A iAd An RnvMa-v- rvr-- -,r-r . uuuemy, oi aisosse ox tne.Jieart. A spzciai. from Madrid, Spain, says " Fi f(,een hundred Carlists are under run, J u - i . - . . . ouu u-aujr Hirmimw stTsntfen place. The city of Pampeluna is menaced, and the insurrection is spreading enormously. Troops are demanded everywhere." -, Don Carlos ha issued a proclamation in which he says . " Thank God I am once more permitted to' kiss the sacred soil of my country, and -be again- among Spaniards." He earnestly appeals to the people to rise in arms, and declares he will deliver Spain or die in the attempt.... ..The view of Mount tr. : r ht . , , ... 'wuiiiw jrvu j.-is(jir u uifl grandest tnat has been witnessed sinoe 1631. Showers of sand have succeeded the rain of ashes. , The eruption is - now accompanied - by : fearful electric phenomena. Lightning darts in cessantly from the summit of the volcano, and the quakings of the mountain are more violent and frequent. The thunder is con tinuous. Burning cinders, stones, . and scorias are falling fast and thick in the town of Massa di Somma, which is- entirely de serted ".Particulars of the late earthquake in Syria are now coming to hand. . The number of persons killed in the eity of Antioch is less than 300 ; but it is known that 1,600 perished in the surrounding towns of the country.-; , '--zr: 4, Th insurrection in Spain still continues. A battle has been fought at Taudela, inrJUm varre, between the Governments troop -"and the insurgents. The latUr -were defeated with a loss of 300 killed and wounded Ginton, the Communist convicted of par ticipating in the murder of hostages, -end sentenced to death, was shot at -Saaory, France, at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning The Mexican revolutionists ' are making active preparations to besieee the city of Matamoras. - " Bpaitish correspondence of London Taners chronicle several minor engagements, in whieh the Carlists were successful. - They also state that desertions from the royal lorces are very numerous. The fcjty of seems to be thn nhi-ti n;nt. f 1:-. u. -I- . . r uv vbiiib, wuv are concentrating tneir juiuisd mm a view so aicacning toe place. The commander of the reeular rarriunn there telegraphs to Madrid that fonr nies of his troops have deserted, and asks for reinforcements. It is reported that seven larlist prisoners, inclnrf in r . nriaat and a notary, have been shot by royal troops. The Carlists hold hostages, '" Guuuiiuauvu 01 tne report...... Bishop Fessler, who officiated at the late Ecumenical Council, is dead.... fern, newly appointed Governor ninl nf me dominion ot Uanada, will sail for New York on the 11th of June. He will nri hi yacnt to America, and will stop a while in New York, where it is probable ha will compete in the races with-eome of the ves sels of the New York Yacht Club A Polar expedition is projected nndnr tho auspices of the English Geographical So ciety. - r 1 l. to oi at Proceedings in Congress. In the Senate on Thursday, Aoril 25. Mr. Pratt, from the Committee on Pensions, renorte ad versely on the bill allowing all widows of soldier In war of 181 pensions, without reference to the bridfa across Lake 8t. Croix at Hudson, Wi... was pass" Pending floal action on the Deficiency bill Senate adjourned. - ir,iLhKHa?I,80.iIr:?Ilk,lofferd resolution call ins on the Presfda.t far nnv itwi.k . -AdoPtd.-r--The remainder of the aeealou wa taken nn with thn iiuriausin. t- tj alleged American citizen now imprisoned at Ha vana by order of the Spanish, anihoiities. - In the Senata on Pridav. Aoril 2fi. tha Island bill wm Uld before that body, and read ! it the more once, Mr. Oole objecting to a second readingsThe Senate debated at length an amendment proposed by Mr. Sterencn to pay the Kentucky war claim of $."oo,000. After the introdnction of several bill, the Deficiency bill was taken up and debated until ad journment. In the House on TriAay. April 26, there was un usual interest manifested in a spirited discussion over a resolution introduced for the final adjournment of Congress on the 29fb, of May. It was rejected by a ote of 83 yeas to 106 nays After the riisensflion of Dr. Houard's esse, the House went Into Committee of the Whole on the Tarift bill, the general debate to close next Friday.A.djourned. In the Senate on Saturday. April 27, Mr. Pomroy called up the bill for the relief of settlers on the Cherokee strips In Kansas. Passed -The Defi ciency, Naval Appropriation, and Postoffice Appropria tion bills were debated until adjournment, without definite action on eitbrr. In the House on Saturday, April 27, the time was mflitW ennnnmd in sTenei-Al debate Mr. Willard. frnm ih fammiltM nn UToltitinnarv Pensions, re ported s bill amendatory of the law pensioning soldiers and widow of the war of 1812, and moved that it be nrintnd and recommitted. He eznlained that it struck outthe limitations as to the length of service and as to participation in rebellion. The removal of these limitations, it was estimated, would admit 10 000 per sona additional to I he benefits of tbe bill. It also ex tended the benefits of the law to all widows of soldiers of 1812 who were married prior to Jan. 1. 1825. This extension would apply to several thousand persens. Mr Holman remarked that the bill was manifestly Just, and he hoped that it would not be recommitted, but would be voted on now. There being no objection. me dui was passeq .AQjournea. Ix the Senate on Monday. April 29, Mr. Sawyer presented a remonstrance against the repeal of the eight-hour law.. .Mr. Scott's resolution to limit debate on the Appropriation bills to five minutes for each Senator on each amendment, was taken np, and, afrer a lengthy debate, adopted yeas 33, nays I3 Adinrner!- In the House on Monday. April 29. under a call of tne states.. a nunioer or unimportant oiiis were inr.ro- dursH and referred The hi il to remove theleffal and political disabilities from S. H. Bogers, member elect frem the Bleih district. North Carolina, was re- norted hv Mr. Peter from the Judiciarv Committee. and pawvd The Senate bill toi' corporate tbe Texas Pacific Rail read Comnanv. chanaTins; the title to that of tbe Texas and Pacific Railway Company, and m&kin7 provision as to isunsr mortsaates wnd land arrant bonds, etc. was naaaed-reaa 103. nave 23 .The House coocurrad In a number of Ptnate amendments to various bills.WH.Adjourued. Iir the Senate on Tuesday, April 30, tbe House bill repealing all duties on tea and coffee was passed after a brief debate, and with only ten negative vote. An amendment that it shall not sro Into effect till Jnlv 1 next, and nrovidlns for a rebate on such goods as have paid tax in bond, was adopted, which necessitates the return of the bill to the House, other- wme it wouia go to ,n .rree.iaen. ror signstursw. Aajonmwi. In the House on Tnesdav. Anril 30. the bill to en courage the planting of trees and for the preservation of oods on tbe DUbhc domain came no. After dtebate. the bill wa rejected 81 to 88 Mr. Haynard, from the Committee of Ways and Means, reported a bill providing for the Issue of United States bonds In all cases of bonds destrovedor d faced without default n t-e part of their owners, under such rules and re striction! as the Ssscretarv of the Treasnrv mar awe- scribe. Passed.. .The Speaker appointed ttr.Hay.nf Illinois: ALessrstJoourn, cox, Campbell ana FioKein- ourga committee to attend tne .National enarpsuoot ei's Festival at Highland, Il).,,on the 19th of May nexr..M&aj on rnea. THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION. Hon. Stanley Matthews. of Ohio. Temporary Hon. Stanley Matthews. of Ohio. Temporary Chairman-Preliminary Organization Effected. Hon. Stanley Matthews. of Ohio. Temporary Chairman-Preliminary Organization Effected. FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. At 1 p.-a. th oonvenHoh asaembW. Col. Grosvenor of lis6uri, called the conventio-rrtd ertrBraad iaadft ahart aadress, after wbicb, by direction of the Executive Committee, he proposed the name of Judre Stanley Matthews, of Ohio, as temporary Chairman. .The motion Was carried unanimously. ' Mr. Matthews then made an address upon the issues of the hour, the sentiments of wnicn were loudly applauded. ine cnair in which John -Adams sat when he signed the Declaration of In dependence was set for the intended President of the convention. Mr. Grosvenor, " by- - request of the Executive Committee, proposed as tem porary secretaries of the convention Geo. Ward Nichols, of Ohio: G. W. Palmer, of Illinois, and JoseDh Pulitzer. of Missouri. - Bv instruction of the Executive Committee, he offered the following resolution : Metolved, That when the convention adjourn it adfourn to meet again to-morrow at 10 o'clock, and that in the meantime tne several State delegations elect from among themselves delegates double the number of votes to be cast by the respective States in the electoral college, and that when this convention meets again at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning, the names of the delegates so elected report inemseives tor tne pur pose of proceeding to the transaction of tne business ot the convention. The Chairman then stated that the work of preliminary organization had been completed. As the President was about to put a motion to aaiounrn, ne was interrupted and his voice drowned by a sudden and vociferous call for Senator Carl Schurz from all parts of the hall, which were j.: i- . . 1 1 . cuuunuea until me gentleman appeared on rne irons piatiorm. jo.T. ocnurz entertained the assem blage with a short but eloquent address. j.ne unairman tnen announced that the -convention stood adjourned until W o clock Thursday morning. Public Debt Statement. The following is a recapitulation of the public debt statement lor the month ending April 30 : Six per cent bonds.. $1,388,777,100 rive per oent bonds. Total coin bnnda ...$1,803,344,400 Liawrui money debt. Matured debt..... Z8. 023,000 i ,487,4S7 Legal-tender notes , 337.&W.S71 ractionai currency.. Coin ceitincatNU ; 4B.179.6S0 1 25,304,1 as Total debt aj21.0T2.379 Total accrued interna.. Cash in Treasury : ..4 108,953.733 14t7S,199 Currency.. Total in Treasury.. ...$ 123,328,933 Debt less cash in Treasury $2,197,743,4 0 Decrease during the month . ....... 42,566,088 jraiiiu wihii to im j'scino omiiroaa uxn. .i . panies. interest payable In lawful monev Principal Outstanding . 64.62312 Interest accrued and not yet paid 1.292,470 U (fl rilL nun IJT EilB LDIUfl nTMTM UHI liUI mails, etc i- . ,,,; . 3J111.1S2 Balance-of intajest paid by ihe Uoiied ' BWIW.... The Bible on Railroad Trains. A correspondent of -one of the . re ligious papers reports that white travels ing over the Louisville iand. Nashville railroad he qotice"rtrridfrolume8 of the -he rrptures-rptocf TTn racsrs on the sides ot the oar. .Before lone he ob served that every copy was being freely examined .ana jead. The conductor : if " - W i , i uiuiscii. ju , pasHinir mroueo. tne car. several times ook Bible fronl tbe rack and handAd iiiiwith W ileasaihi. word. some passeBger, AVuld it not be worth while to adopt some similar method on all the railroads ? The Bible could .thus be brought before the eyes many persona unaccustomed to its sicht : and some very good seed muht "thus be sown. - - In Oatka Falls, "Kansas, the', farmers' wives have organized a club, and meet regularly at one another's houses, and discuss various topics ' relating to do mestic economy.. Their husbands fre quently accompany ' them and stroll around the farm of their host, looking his cattle and crops until tea time, when they all assemble around the fes- tive board and have a good time. Don't Hawk, Hawk, Spit, Spit, Blow, Blow, and disgust everybody with your Catarrh and its onensive odor, when l)r. Sage's Catarrh Bemedy will speedily destroy all odor and arrest the dis 595 Judge Cullev, of Missouri, is melan choly, and relieves his feelings thus in lines which have a very slight flavor of I Tom Moore : " 'Twas ever thus in child hood's hour, I've seen roy fondest hopes decay ; the Legislature got so sour that refused to raise my pay." Ail kinds of sh and soups and meats, by the use of a dessert spoonful of famous Hal ford Leicestershire Table Sauce, pre made to taste better, and to prove wholesome. To 'W had. Of all good grocers, 'Com. ' " at An Act or Justick. Doubting Castle was a sad stumbling block in the path of Bunyan's Christian, though it couldn't bar his way to Truth. We can sympa thize with the Pilgrim, for doubt always besets us when we are asked to believe anything particularly extraordinary. Consf quently, when we heard, some eighteen month ago, that a physician in California had compounded from the juices and extracts of certain herbs found there, a medicine that cured al most every variety of blood disease, we were incredulous. Since then we have had opportunities of testing the accuracy of the report, and are free to admit that our doubts have vanished. Seeing what we have seen, knowing what we know, it is impossible for us to question the remedial properties of Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters. That this famous vegetable Tonic, Alterative and Anti septic is a specific for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Chronic Constipation, Fevr and Ague, Bilious intermittent?, Scrofu lous laint in the iilood. Incipient Con sumption, Local and General Debilitv Rheumatism, Sick Headache, and Dis eases ot tne Jv.idneys, seems to be matter beyond the pale of controversy a Jixed fact in-medical history.. The statements of friends, in whose veracity and intelligence we have full confidence, corroborated by our own personal ob servation, compel us to admit the sur passing merits of the preparation. LJom. , '' ' -; ' - . i- : Thb Decatur ( 111., Mamet wants station for carriages and hoc for the fire department erected in every ward of the city." . How to Ornament the Hair. , All that art can accomplish in beantifyiog, strengthening, thickening, and perpetuating the human hair, is effected by the use of BuRitBTT's Cocoaib. There is a stimulating property in this preparation, which literally compels a rapid gro lh of the fibers, while its emollient action render them silky and elastic. It is the best and cheapest hair- dressing and invigorator in the world. Ba say them asses who use it. Tour druggist has it. A Great Cutting bp at Griswold's cloak house, cor. Mich. av. and Jackson st.. Chicasn- 400 yards 36-inch goods cut daily into inch to iwo-mca strips jor trimming suits. Com President -Grant's -sons. .Tpmo nrl Ulysses, are to go to, Europe 'm June. and return with Miss Nellie Grant at the end of summer. ... FoR-TJrsBTsialndigesUonldere sion of spirits, and eenoral -debilitv in tfanir varum, jorum ; aiso, aa a preventive against wci nuuaguwiu ubuer in tor 111 1 1 ii o i levers, the "Ferro-PhosDhorated Elixir of Calisava." made by Caswell, Hazard A Co., Kew York, and sold bv all druztrists. is the best tonic. ana a a tonic lor patients recovering from fever or other sickness, it has no equal. luorn. . Th Tbkacitt or Trctb. When a nation as clear-headed as the Americans once become con- vmced, from long expenenoe and observation, that. an article possesses superior excellence as a medicine, not all tne tretosterous clamor of .11 the wnrtk less nostrum venders in the nniveree can shake tbeir belief in irs efficiency. Xrnth is a very tenaciona thins;, as these worthies are beginning to discover. Plantation Bittsss has too firm a hold npon the popular esteem to be in the slinhteMt decree n fTer-i.! by the cold water diatribes which the advertisers of lennemea slops. -- witnont a particle or alcohol." are "o wna oi lanncning againsc alcoholic preparations. ids pnDiic Knows very wen tnat this peerless reno vant and tonic does contain anil-it., bnt It aim, knnw. m tney are oi tne pares tana most wnolesome de sciption, viz.: fine old 8k Croix: the most active and oenenciai ainnser oi its remedial and Invigorating properties throughout toe system which could Bossf oiy ds aoopieo. iuom. Afinm Wimn. Rpnif fnr Prvtara inl ..msU. OWUU Ml UOW. A. UU1A, uuuiiMiBunrir. fa. HAVE YOU A COLD HATE YOU A OOUGH t HA YE TOU BBONCHITIST HAVE IOU THI ASTHMA? HAVE TOrj -ANT I.UKO : DIFFIOULTT os WKAKNE83 IN TOOK THEOAT ? Bead the following and learn the value of ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY. Tr. TjZ4vn. of Ohio. mrMAn fn 11m rmv Antwtt. .1. war, from exposure contracted oonsumntion. Ha says t I have no hesitanoy in stating that it was by the use of your Lung Balsam that I am aow alive and enjoying health." isa. XJKTCHSK. or aussourt, says : I reoonmend your Balaam in preference to any other medicine for ALLEN'S T.TTNfl R A T.NA ISf U tha r.m. . ""S uu lurink uiiuuuilics. ji snouia De onor. oughly tmted before using any other Balsam. It will cur, vani wi oinen all, - . Alirecuons accompany each bottle. AGAIN WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY. AiM Woour, AT. v., or Koskiusko connty. Tndl- ana. says: For three years past I have used Allen's Lung Balsam extensively in my practice, and I am satisfied there is no better meriifHnA fa Inn. . i . 1KAAC A. DOB AH, M. P.. of Lo Iran conntv. Obln says: Allen's linns-Balaam not nnlv u! I. i .. but gives pfrfrct satishotinn in every case within my knowledse. Havina eonndnncM fn 1, t j.. - - .. uiniiciuBi prumniM. i d-.it B6e it in my daily nrmctloe. and with nnhAnnui ... cess. As an expectorant, it is most certainly ahead of MATHA.NIXL Hasris. M. D.. of Middlebnrv. Vt says: I havenodoobtitwlll anon twntma . j. ..r cm remedial agent for the cure of all diseases of tbe Throat. Bronchial Tubes and Lungs." Physicians do not recommend a miHlriia.whl.-i. v... no merits; what iner say about ' ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM can be taken as a fact. Let all afflicted test It at eaoa. 4tr" It is harmless to tbe most delicate child, jear It contains no opium in any form. CAUTION. Call for " Allen's Inns Balsam "" anit snnii ihtM of any other Balsam ; unprinoipled aien may deceive you wiiq wonQLeea preparations. ', B J. N. HARRIS & CO., Sole Proprietors, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers. TO CONSUMPTIVES! TO CONSUMPTIVES! that dread disesse. Consumption, by a simple remedy, is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. Tn all whn awlni it. hn will .an A u copy of the prescription used (free of -charge), with the directions- for preparing and- usinthe same, which they will find a suss con oa 4Jonsdmptioi, Asthma, BsoNCBnu, ud all Xliroar or Lung diffi culties. . - Parties wishing the nre'crlptlon will pft-sie address' 2ns Peftn-street, near Lee.ava. Wi lUmsbarghHi X. Bagoid stociinos and protruding toes are not seen on fpeir where BILVERj. HPS are worn. Parents remember this; thejrlaBt twiee-aaTong. r IT OttIS 11 All iwuan. c w. To havi a good Shoe made upon the right prin ciple, buy those made with the patent CABLE SCREW WIRE. The only reliable covering for tne loot yet touna. xry mem. Infection in the Air. At this season the vegetable world takes a new lease of life! bnt to the sensitive and delicate members of the human family it is a time of danger, and often of great suffering The moisture which rises from the earth and hangs suspended over It In the form of morning and evening fogs, holds in solution, so to speak:, the mephitic elements which produce fever and aune, remittent fevers, rheumatism, and many painful nervous disturbances, and which aggravate dyspepsia. biliousness, and all minor affections of tbe stomach and tbe bowels, Thie, thorefore, is a critical period of the year, a season when the renovating refreshing and purifying operation of the mightiest of all vege table tonics and alteratives. Hostetter's Stomach Bit ters, is salvation to the weak, and the best security fur the continuance of the health and vigor of the strong. Now is the time not only to protect the system against the common ailments of tbe season, bat to prevent the disorders incident to a warmer temperature. Let not the exhausting beats of the summer months find you unprepared to meet them. A course of Hostetter's Bitters, commenced now, will put all the physical energies in fighting trim, double tbe capacity of the Internal organs to repel the causes of disease, refresh the brain and clear it of all hypochondriacal cobwebs, and place the whole physique in an attitude of de- fense, with everyavailabie paint fortified and guarded. and as nearly invninarable to unwholesome influences jf is possible for the human structure to be, ft rO Chinese Suspension Bridges. i The most remarkable evidence of the mechanical science and skill of the Chinese at an early period is to be found in their suspension 'bridges, the inven tion of which is assigned to the Han dynasty. According to the concurrent testimony of all their historical and geographical writers, Sangleang, the commander of the army Kaon tsoo, the first of the Hans, undertook and com pleted the formation of roads through the mountainous province of Shensi to the west of the capital. Hitherto its lofty hills and deep valleys had ren dered a communication difficult and circuitous. With a body of 100,000 la borers he cut passages over the moun tains, throwing the removed soil into the valleys, and where this was not suffi cient to ra'se the road to the right height he constructed bridges which rested on pillars or abutments. . In another place he conceived and accomplished the daring project of suspending a bridge from one mountain to another across a deep chasm. These bridges, which are called by the Chinese writers, very ap propriately,' flying bridges, and repre sented to be numerous at the present day, are sometimes to high that they cannot be traversed without alarm. One still existing in Shensi stretches 400 feet: from mountain to mountain, over a chasm 500 feet deep. Most of these flying bridges are so wide that four horsemen can ride on them abreast, and balustrades are placed on each side to protect travelers. It is by no means improbable (as M. . 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They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the system, carrying oh ail poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and invieoratine both mind and bod v. Thev are easv of administration, prompt in their action, certain in thir, j IE9UIU, 9dic atiiu reii.iwc in ui iurms vi disease. ' JNo Persorn can tmm Kinase Bittera acejrtf ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or othei means, and tbe vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. - - - . . - -1 Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Headache, Pain ift the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Diz ai'ness,. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks;' Paloitation 'of the Heart, Inflammation of the Luns, Pain in the regions of tne iudnevs, ana a nnndred otner pamtui symptoraj, are the ofisprings of Dyspepsia. la .these complaints ii nas no equal, ana one Dottle win prove a better guar ' antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. 17or Female Comnlaints in vount? or old. married or sincle. at the dawn of womanhood, or th turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display, so decided ar jiiiiucii(.c i,iic a iiiaiKcu improvement is soon pcrcep- bote .-, -...;., i For Inflammatorw ami Cnronie Rhevt- tnatisns and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers. .Diseases of the Blood, Liver; Kidneys -and Bladder, these Bitters have oeen most succes-;;iu. jucn diseases are causea by Vitiated Blood; whrch te generally produced by deranget c oi ine uigeszive organs. matioa of tle Xj.vs:nd yucesu Orgaas and ia Bilious For, 8kla DImmmv 'Bruptiaas, Ttrter, Salt- Rheura. Blotches. Soots. Pimnles. Pustules, Boils. Car- bnncles, Rmgwoirns, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes,' Bry- sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration 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 short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the most incredulous of their curative effects. -Cleanse the Vltlsvted Blaetwl whM v. find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimnles. Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when yoo 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. Grateful thoussviacls nrodaim Vinrgai Pi.t- tbxrs the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained ine sinicing system. Pin, Tape, sad other Worms, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually de stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol ogist: There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the earth whose body is exempt from the presence ef worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of the bodv that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. n o system oi Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmin- wm iree me system irom worms tike these Hit ter. Mechanical 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 Walk nit's Vinegar Bittbks once or twice a week, as a Preventive. Dillons, Remittent, and Intermittent. Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers .nrotisnout tne . United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten nessee, Cninbefiland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos. Ttin nnnJ. D.-..I Al.l X 1 : ! - w ' .uw u.aassu, nwuaiiio, iuuDiic, oavannao, ivoan- okcv James, and many ethers, with their vast tributa ries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons ot unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. There are always more or less obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being ""Hfiw "c wnii Tiuaica ssctnirnuiauona. in ineir treat ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these various orgaus, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walkkr's Vinegar Bitters, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating tbe secretions of tbe liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Scrofula, or King's Kvll, White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous innammations, inooient inflammations. Mercurial At- lecuons, uia sores, eruptions ot tne akin, bore Jyes, etc., eta In these, iH tn all other constitutional Dis eases, Walker's Vinegar Bittsrs have shown their great curative powers in ths most obstinate and iutract- able cases. Xr. Walker's CaliforniaVinegar Bitters u,i u mti iiicsc coses in st in uar manner, dv purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away the effects of the inflammation (tbe tubercular deposits1) the affected parts receive health, and a permanent cure 19 ClICCsCU. The properties of Dr. Wamcbr's Vinsgaf Bittrrs are Aperient. Diaohoretic and Carminative. Nutritious. Laxative. Diuretic Sedative. Counter-irri tant, auaonnc, Alterative, and Anti-tfUious. The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of Dr. Walker's Vikegar 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 oronerties auay pain in ine nervous system, siomacn, ana trowels, either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, 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 discharties throueh the biliary ducts. and are superior to ail remedial agents, for the cure of souious rever, rever ana Ague, etc. rorttry t us oodv sirsinat sisssis TW nnri. tying ati its nuids with vinegar Bitters. , No epi- aemic can taxe noia oi a svstem tnus lorearmed. i h liver, tlie stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invig orant. Directions. Take of the Bitters on trointr to bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine-glassful). Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take uui-uow exercise j. ncy sre composea oi purely veget- wrc ingrcaicnts, ana conum no spirit. T WALKER. ProDr. McDOKALD Atv CO.. Druggists and Gen. Agts. , San Francisco and New York. 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St. Louis. Moi W. Y WABa:MaBrosrl&v v v . Kbllky. HowatA Lupwjo, 917 Market 8tret, Phila ffPhim A. O. Kuaoq, J72 W. Wasbingtoa at.. Chicsgu, IU., Agents. FAB 31 & PLANTATION ' XfcXXI.3.S, jjr Otm. ATsal and Stoat Ffd. . ' rvwneh Butt Aonc, Bolts, Hmut tors. Corn Hhellerm, Floor Pack- -ers. Hominr Mills. Boltlug. Plets and Hill Work ssnerall?! " band for desert ptivs ParapUleu. ryritAUfj fc co.. Box 1438. Ulnef nnatt. O. REWARD Tor an, ease of Blind. . Blesdine, Itcbins;. or Ul cerated Piles that D r Nino's fiLi Hsu but fall, v toore It is prepared ex pressl, to cure tbe Piles and nothing else. Bold bv ail Prtmslsto. Price tl 00. $1,000 PRINTERS ! TRY ' THE IMPROVED ROZ.I,BR It 1 asadn af tha TERT BEST asjoeriala, warrmntod te lweaat sad wark all Inks tm an, kind ef weather, and eTl ve ,ss4 eatie. factlaa. Price mm low sta for sar flrat alaaa CenaMaltioa aaade. . Orders aremiitlr Ailed by the ' ' - -i-fc ..i . CHICAGO ; KEYSAPER UNION, . . i 13 North Jefferson Street, . CHICAGO, XEXTL70IS. Fall laatraerlema for tulas scosnfssr sseb erder. Cbeap Farms I Ire " Somes X in vira rm nr. ... THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. a lsjri oaajrr or 12,000,000 ACHES ! or TBS Best FarmlaeT 6c .'Mineral Isaada Isj America. 3,000,000 Acres In ' nebraska, . . GREAT PLATTE VALLEY, - rat - OAB.BSK OT THE WE STr . Nw for Sstle. Tbrse lands are in the central nortlmi nf th TTnfau1 ' States, on the 4nt decree of North Lat.t ude. tbe oen- tral line of ihe sroat At-mpera eztone or tne American Continent, ani ad for a rrain jzrowinir and stock retain surpassed bj irpassed br uny j rin the United States. CHltAf'KB IN PRICK, mo .-vorsble terras frfren aDd more eonvenient to m&raet than can - h. r..nn elsewhere- - . . r- . iKEE Uome8teaifg for jLctaal Settlers.' THB JBEST. LO0ATION8 r0B COLOKixM. Soldier entitled a homestead of ,180 aorea. : . TmtM. P,ssxs.TP PeacaAfsas er lyuip., , . 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