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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The East. Dumbo s fire at Ithaca, N. Y., recently, a bridge upon which a steam fire engine was placed, gave yrty and preciptated the en gine and some fifty persona into the river below. Many of them were seriously in jured, though none killed outright Sev eral vessels have arrived in New York dur ing the past week with small-pox prevailing among steerage passengers. The captain of one of the vessels seemed to think the dis ease was fostered by the dirty habits of the emigrants, who were chiefly Poles. Nothing short of physical violence could induce them to wash, and the men deliberately ate soap furnished them, thinking it cheese A skiff loaded with sis men capsized on the Monongahela river, near McKeesport, Fa., on the 24th inst., and four of the men were drowned. They were all emigrants, who had just arrived from Europe It is esti mated that over 20,000 men were en a strike for eight hours of work in Hew York the 28th inst. Many faetoriea are cloeine up rather than yield to the demand......The German brewers of the United States will hold their twelfth annual congress in New York, commencing the 4th of June and ex tending iour aays. Twbhtt thousahd emigrants arrived in If ew York the week ending May 25. This is the largest weekly arrival on record. The steamship Adriatic made a trip be tween Kw York and Quoenstown recently in seven days and sixteen hours... ...This is the fastest time ever made between these two place A man named Crawford, brother-in-law to Commodore Vanderbilt, shot a policeman in New York on the night of the 24th inst., because he would not re lease the Commodore's colored coachman, whom he had in custody Dibble, Worth Jfc Co., cotton brokers of New fork, sus pended on Saturday, having been cramped by the withholding of large amounts of cot ton by Southern dealers. It is said that other cotton merchants, who have contracted to deliver in time, are embarrassed, and more suspensions are expected The peril to life by working in the East river caisson, at New York, was forcibly illustrated on Friday. A laborer, named Daniel Pearson, went to work, and though he felt the ill effects of breathing the powerfully-condensed air, he continued until the close of working hours, when he was seized with paralysis of the limbs, accompanied by in tense pain in the head and abdomen. His death followed the next day, and the Coro ner was called upon to investigate whether such sacrifice of the man's life waa legiti mate. Th tug Epsilon exploded her boiler in East river, New York, on the 27th ult., kill ing six persons, including the captain and engineer...... The strikes among the work- ingmen in New York still continue. The piano-makers, cabinet-makers and pattern makers are the latest strikers for the eight hour system Dr. Andrew J. Lynn, of Boston, has been held to bail in $10,000, charged with procuring an abortion, result ing in death, on Sarah Brown, a young woman belonging to Fitchburg The boiler of the Gordon Company's Bleaching Works, Philadelphia, exploded on the 27th ult., killing the engineer and wounding five other persons A riot occurred in Jersey City, on the 27th, between a body of eight - hour striker and men who had taken their places. Three men were woundeded. The riot was suppressed by the police. Ovbb thirty thousand persons were more or less injured by the explosion of the tug Epsilon, at New York, on the 27th ult A terrible triple tragedy occurred at New York on the 28th ult. One Trefsy, a baker, stabbed his wife fatally with a dirk, and then stabbed her paramour, Frans Linde man, winding np by cutting his own throat. All three will probably die Lyman Tre- maine, John D. Town send and Henry Daily, Jr., have been retained as Stokes counsel. ......Over 40,000 workingmen are on a strike for eight hours, in New York. Tbey are quiet and confident of the ultimate success of the movement......Bida for supplies for the Indian Department were opened in New i or a on we zstn ult. isms tor Z7,ooo,oou pounds of beef on the hoof, delivered at dif ferent agencies during -the year, ranged irom st.tn to 4 per loo pounds. An award will be made at from $1.84 to $2.80 per 100 pounds. Bids for $7,500,000 pounds of flour, aenverea at tne agencies, range irom SZ.H5 to $4 per 200 pounds Capt. Samuels famous yacht Dreadnaught, which original ly cost $88,000, was sold at New York, the other day, for $15,000. Tbs Brooklyn Schutxen corps will start on Jane 29, for Hanover, to take part in the German National Schutzenfest, in father land ......Two mines of the - Delaware and Hudson Company, one at Carbon dale and the other at Olyphant, Pa., have suspended operations in order to reduce the production of coal. The two mines throw out of em ploy 700 men and boys, and decrease the production of the company 3,000 tons per day...Faber V Co.'s lead pencil manufac tory waa destroyed by fire, in New York, on tne zytn ult. Xioss, $200,009. The West. Pbof. Hihbt 8. Novas, of the North western University, at Evanston, III., died recently at that place. John Bever, of Lyons, 111., died on the 24th from the effects of a pommeling, at the -hands of Valentine Hoffman...... One million three hundred and forty-four thousand dollars will be required to run the county government of Cook county, HI , during the coming year The schooner Robinson was run into by the propeller Manistee, on Dake Michigan on the 24th inst.. and sunk in ten minutes. She was loaded with 16,000 bushels of corn. The crew were saved A terrible tornado passed over a portion of Adams Co., 111., on the 24th inst., unroofing houses, barns, trees, etc., and doing Berious damage. A severe gale also occurred about the same time near Burlington, Iowa, which caused much injury Land Commissioner Ed munds, of Michigan, has been acquited by the State Senate of that State The vil lage of Hayesville, near Ashland, Ohio, lost its entire business portion by fire on the 24th inst. A X ah was found dead, hanging in small window of a barn in Chicago, on the 24th. His head was covered with blood and badly bruised. The fingers of the left hand were gone. It is supposed that he attempted - to crawl through the window when drunk, and that he was attacked by a horse inside the barn and suffocated in his effort to re lease himself. J. T. Weswell, book-keeper in the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy rail road shops at Aurora, 111., waa run over by the switch engine at that place and instantly killed on the 25th inst Two trains col lided on the Chicago, Bock Island and Pa cific railroad at Joliet, 111., on Sunday, by which several passengers were seriously in jured hone fatally Mr. John J. Cham pion was thrown from his buggy, at Spring field. 111., on Saturday, and fat illy injured. Two boys named Mann and Hight were were drowned in Catfish river, at Rockdale Mills, Iowa, on the 25th ult, while.bathing, making seven drowned in that vicinity in as many days Wheat in Northern In diana has been greatly improved by the recent rains. Flax is being devartated by cut-worms A little three-year-old daugh ter of Mr. Tobias, of Springfield, 111., fell into a cistern and was drowned, on the 27tb ult Edward Pian was ran over by a freight train at Peoria, 111., on the 27th ult., and instantly killed Martin Flynn left Dea Moines, Iowa, o i the 27th ult., with a large force of men, horses, and implements to commence work on a mammoth contract which he has taken on the Wisconsin Cen tral railroad. His contract is for 230 miles of road-bed, from Duluth to Stevens' Point. The time for fulfilling the contract is two years. A Touna man named Woods was killed at Marion, Ind., on the 27th ult., by the falling of a tree ; and on the 28th, near the same place, a youlh named Caleb Boots was crushed to deaf,b, by a large stone falling on him, in a stone quarry Joseph Staverly, an Englishman, pommitted suicido at Joliet, 111., on the 28th ult., by drowning himself ,in the canal ......The Houghton (Lake Su perior) mining troubles are over, and the nilitary have hfn wjthdrawn..,.,. he agita tion among the mechanics has extended to Cleveland, Uhio,ana a numDer ot tne trades are on a strike for an advance of wages. A man named Charles Sackrider committed suicide on the 29th ult., by jumping into Lake Huron, from the propeller Winslow. 8. Myers, traveling acent for a Boston jewelry establishment, was robbed of watches and jewelry vaiuea at 4,uuu, at idi jriana enton House, Milwaukee, on the 29th ult. The Masonic Grand Lodge, in session last week at Indianspolis, was largely at tended, and a good deal of business of inter est to the order was transacted The labor agitation continues to spread, having ex tended to Cincinnati. The tailors and shoe makers of that city have struck for an ad vance of wages, and other trades will soon follow. The South. The greater portion of the business part of Warrinton, Ya., was destroyed by fire on the 23d inst...... Secretary Delano was in St, Louis on the 24th inst., on his way to Wash ington The Republican State Conven tion, of West Virginia, met at Grafton, on the 23d, and after passing resolutions, among which was one declaring that no office holder should be a delegate to the Philadel phia Convention, elected its delegates and instructed tnem to voia ior urant. M. J. Keatiho, the Catholic priest, who was arrested as a vagrant a few days age, died at the hospital at St. Louis, recently. An attempt was made to assassinate a lady named Mrs. Carrie Robinson Pierce, at Newport, Kr., on the 24th. The whale bone in her dress saved her life. A vrbight train on the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas railroad ran over a cow about eight miles from Alexandria, Va., on the 27th ult, throwing the engine and cars off the -track, killing two brakamen, and seri ously wounding tne fireman......'! he na tional Agricultural uongres commenced their jeint session at St Louis, on the 27th ult Oyer 300 delegates were present At St Louis, on the night of the 28th ult., three negroes got into a fight at a disreputa ble dance house, resulting in the killing of one and the serious wounding ef two others. The southern portion of Louisiana waa visited by a severe tornado on tne 27th ult, doing much damaie to the growing crops, and destroying: considerable property. A terrible tornado passed over morgan county. Mo., last week, playing navee with barns, orchards, fences, etc, besides in volvine a sad loss of life. Jacob Blosser and child were killed, and some fifteen or twenty persons more or less injured. The wind was accompanied by one of the most terriuc and destructive rain-storms ever witnessed in that region. Hoir. Johh Gill Sbortxk, a prominent politician and former Governor of Alabama, died in Eufalaj Ala., on the 29th ult Thos. J. Hill, a young lawyer of Forest City, Ark., was shot ana instantly Killed by ty m. acnan a deputy marshal, who was attempting to arrest him, on the 29th ult On the 29th ult, John Branham, living in Owtn county. ivy., split his wile's head open with an axe, killing her instantly. The murderer is in jail. Washington. For the first time since the beginning ot the war Congress waa full in both branches on the 23d inst Sion H. Rogers, of the Fourth North Carolina district, was sworn in on that day. makine a full representation from each State in the Union Archibald Campbell has been appointed by the Presi dent Commissioner to survey and adjust the southern boundary separating Minnesota and Dakota from the British possessions The Freedman's Bureau, according to the i - r .1 it r -r . . . . :ii action ok fcuv xxouse oi .nepresenutuves will close on J une 30, 1872. Tib Finance Committee has fixed the tax on whisky at 73 cents, and the tax on to bacco is made uniform at 24 cents. The committee recommend the repeal of all stamp taxes. The reduction made in ex cess of the House is about $8,000,000, mak ing a total reduction of $50,000,000 for cus toms and excise.. ....The American Institute ot Homoeopathy, recently in session at Washington, elected Dr. Small, of Chicago, President, and Dr. Burees. of Pittsburg, Vice President They meet again at Cleve land, on the 3d ot dune, 1873. Tbb United States Agricultural Society has been organized at the capital. Wm. G, Beckwith, of Michigan, was elected Presi dent, with one Vice President from each State The President has nominated Gen. Robert H. Milroy, of Indiana, to bo Super intendent of Indian Affairs for Washington Territory. Thb Sioux Indian delegation, headed by Red Cloud, held a council with Secretary of the Interior Delano, on the 27th ult Speeches were made by the chiefs, in which a desire tor peace was tereiy expressed, secretary Delano responded in a brief talk, with which the dusky braves were highly pleased. On the 28th the chiefs held a pow-wow with President Graat By order of the Presi dent, the several departments were closed on the 80th ult, to allow the employes to participate in the ceremony of decorating: the graves of Union soldiers in the various cemeteries around Washington. Both Houses of Congress have agreed to adjourn on June 3 The Department of Justice will soon issue an order abandoning all suits against those who have filled public office! contrary to tne f ourteenth Amend ment to the Constitution, and whose politi cal disabilities have just been removed by law. The largest number of such cases is in Tennesssee. Thb Spanish Minister has notified Secre tary Fish that Dr. Houard will in a very few days be released, and his property restored to him Advices from Washington repre sent that the protocol indorsed by the Den ate is so arranged as to be a decla ration or principle, instead of a mere sur render of the demand for consequential damages, and that there is a probability, in consequence of dissatisfaction on the part of Great Britain, that the whole subject may agaiu w waao iqb occasion ior iurmer diplomatic correspondence. Foreign. Thb Archduchess Sophia, mother of the Emperor Francis Joseph, is dangerously ill with typhoid fever. The latest bulletin re ports that she is rapidly sinking The Atalanta and London crews have agreed on the 10th of June as the day for the race, and 4:30 p. m. as the hour for the start The new boat ordered by the Atalanta is being made by Biffin, and will be completed by Wednesday next The Pall Mall Gazette says the American crew now pull in a style which is simply perfection, and that be tween it and the Londoners the differenoe is plainly visible Gen. Greaves, who was present at the battle of New Orleans, in 1815, died recently Weather throughout England is fair, but unfavorable to the crops Numbers of Carlists continue to surrender to the Government troops. In some of the disaffected provinces, however, fresh bands have appeared the past few days. Though small, they are very active, and have cut the telegraph wires in various directions. Pbrieb, Boon and Baudin, three radical communists, were executed on the 25th inst at Satory, France Marshal Serrano, of Spain, grants full pardon to all insurgents who voluntarily surrender to the authori ties Marshal Serrano having declined to form a new ministry, King Amadeus has called upon Admiral Topete, who has con sented to perform the duty, he to act as Minister of War ad interim The new gov ernment will be composed of Unionists. Wm. Russell, eighth Duke of Bedford, and nephew of Earl Russell, died at London on the 27th ult, aged 64 Baron Billings Bul- wer, brother of Lord Lytten, died on the 26th ult, at London Miss Nellie Grant was the guest of President and Madame Thiers, in Paris, on the 27th ult,,,... Heavy destructive rains have prevailed in this vicinity of Prague, reaently. The dense volume of water has inundated the sur rounding country, Several villages anxj growing crops have been swept away, and a number of lives lost French papers an nounce the death, in the 66th year oi nts age, of M. Theodore Cogniard, the well-known dramatist. Thb Archduchess Sophia, mother of the Emperor Joseph of Austria, died at Vienna on the 28th ult The Paris Figaro an nounces, on what it claims to be the best authority, that Mile. Christine Kilsson win be married to M. Rouzland, of that city. early in July next The insurgents have again made their appearance in the eastern departmeut ot tne island oi uuds. ine war still continues, with no prospect of an early conclusion. Advices from London state that the at tendance at the Derby races, on the 29th ult, was simply enormous, and the exoito ment incense. The race was won by Cre- morne, Brother to Flurry second, and Queen s Messenger third The following is repre sented as the state of the latest " Ministerial crisis " in Spain : On presentation of the budget it was discovered that $20,000,000 had been taken from 'he colonial and used in the internal service. It transpired that it had really increased the police spy sys tem. The result of the expenditures, which Sagasta was forced to display, were facts which compromise every person of promi nence connected with the Spanish Govern ment. Serrano is said to be engaged in a plot to place the son of ex-Queen Isabella on the throne. Castellar is implicated in a conspiracy to seize all the coin in the Bank of Spain, while King Amadeus, distrustful of all his advisers, is asking his father's advice about the expediency of calling in Prussian aid Lieut Fred. Grant, son of the President, was presented to the Czar Alexander, at Moscow, on the 1 8th ult Intoxicating Nostrums. The persons who have scruples of conscience against " perpendicular drinking" at -tavern bars, can become blind drunk on al most any of the advertised "tonics "or mvigorants" in naif an hour, mere is nowever one exception to mis ruie. Nobody can "eet over the bay" on Vinegar Bitters, for the simple reason that this lamous renovating and regu lating medicine contains no diffusive stimulents of any kind. Yet its strength-reserving properties are mar velous. It restores the relish for food when all other appetizers fail ; imparts unwonted vigor to the digestive func tions ; regulates the now of bile ; soothes the nervous system : promotes healthful sleep; and tends to produce that condition of body and brain, which is supposed to be most conducive to longevity and the enjoy ment of life. Its specific effects in acute and chronic disorders affecting the stomach, the bowels the spine, the kidneys, tho fleshy fibre, the muscels and the lungs, are con sidered by competent judges the most ex traordinary medical phenomona of the age. Vinegar Bitters has now a larger sale than anv of the spirituous astrinements, and its immense popularity in a land where the people observe cloBely, test thoroughly, and act independently, is in itself a sufficient guarantee of the excellence of the medicine. We recemmend it to all. .Com. Elizabethtown, Betsy for short. Indiana, is called BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1870. Dr. B. V. Fierce : For the past six months I have used your Golden Medi cal Discovery iu my practice and in that time I nave tested its merits in severe coughs, both acute and chronic, in chronic diseases ot tne throat, severe cases of bronchitis, general derange ment of the system, constipated condi tion of the bowels, and wherever a thorough Alterative, or blood purifyer. has been indicated.. In all cases I have found it to act gently yet thoroughly and effectually in removing the various diseased condition?, and bringing about a healthy action throughout tne system. Yours fraternally, H. L. HALL. M. D. Corn and flour are staple articles but not more so than Johnson's Anodyne Lin- iment. where known. It is good for children or adults, for any internal soreness of the chest or bowels, and the best Pain Killer prepared, under whatever name. Com. Unanimous Opinion. Those who use Burnett's Cologne, pronounce it un rivalled. Many druggists have it. Com. The purest and sweetest Cod-Liver Oil in the world is Hazard uaswell's, made on the sea-shore, from fresh, selected livers. by Caswell, Hazabd fc Co., New York. It is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to all others. Physicians have decided it superior to any ot the other oils in marKet. uom. The Gettysburg K'atalysine Spring Such is the name bestowed upon i medicinal spring which appears on the battle field at Gettysburg, which is win ning a fameas world wide as that of the great battle fought around it The story ot its discovery by the wounded in the battle is the projection of one of the ancient fables into our modern history. Almost equally fabulous are some of its cures. Even the medical journals admit that it is not only a remedy for the worst forms,.but for nearly every variety of our chronic diseases. Its waters are being carried to every part of the world, for they neither lose their taste er medicinal virtue by bottling or exposure to the atmosphere. See advertisement in another column. Com Whether for use on man or beast, the Merchant's Gargling Oil will be found an invaluable inniment, and worthy ot use by every resident in the land. We know of no proprietary medicine or article now uaed in the United States which shares the good will of the people to a greater degree than this. X.-1, independent. Soups ef all kinds are much improved by the addition of a dessert spoonful of the lamous 11 al lord Taoie eauce. ii you try this recipe you will no more go without til e Hal lord than without tne soup-iuom. Those interested in the Lecture sys tem should read the remarkably brilliant list of attractions in our advertising col umns, addressed to Lecture Committees. Thb Browhs abd Blacks produced by that sterling preparation, Chsibtadoro's Excelsior Hair Dyb. cannot be excelled by Nature; its tints challenge comparison wtin nature's niost isvores proauctions, and dely detection. Lm Flagg's Ihstabt Relief. Warranted to relieveall Bheumatic Afflictions, 8praina. Neuralgia, etc The best, the surest and the quickest remedy for all Bowel Complaints. Belief guaranteed, or the money refunded. Com. Tbb Philadelphia Scientific Journal says that " Mess's. Geo. P. Bo well and Co., of New York, are so well and extensively known all over this continent, that to name them and explain the nature of their busi ness would be superfluous. No Newspaper Advertising Agency haa ever displayed more energy and skill in the transaction of this delicate and tact-requiring business." The all-gone feeling which some peo ple sometimes speak of, is caused by want of proper action of the liver and heart. These may be assisted, and the bowels regu lated, by Parsons' Purgative Pills in email doses. Com. Cutlbb's Vegetable Pulmonary Bal sam " Doubtless the best Cough Medicine in the world." Com. Troth ahd Pobtrt. Milten puts into the mouth of Lucifer, in " Paradise Lost, these menora ble wordu " TO BK WEAK IS MIBKRABI.E.M Never waa a truer sentence written than this sup posed to bd wrung from the Arch-fiend in his impo tence and agony Every victim of nervous debility, or of that depressing languor which is one of the ac companiments of dyspepsia and biliousness, can test ily to tne misery oi minu ana oouy wnicn tney iu volve. The motive power of the system i- pnrtially paralyzed; the mind is haunted by anxiety and fear ; ana ine sunerer is as incapauie oi appiyiug uiuiBt.it energetically to any kind of business as il lie were under tne Denumuing innuence oi catalepsy, xnis terrible mental and physical condition need not. how ever, be endured for forty.eigiit hours by any human being. Plantation Bitters ib an abaolute specific for all the tormeuta which a deranged stomach, a disor dered liver, and ahattered nerves, aoperiuduce. Com UsaFruseing'sWhitoWineVinegart superb article. Warranted pure. Preserves pickles, Comr r Soldiers' Homesteads. Tho recent tmendment to the Homestead Act, under which the veterans of our late Army and Nary can secure free homesteads of 160 acres nar the lines of the great land grant railroads, by one or two years' resi dence, instead of five, is very naturally at tracting much attention among the soldiers and sailors. Colonies are forming in many parts of the country for the purpose of tak ing advantage of the new law, while at the same time reaping all the advantages of moving west m organized communities. The construction of the Northern Pacific Railroad. now completed through Minne sota, has opened to settlers a large body of the best land in the west, xnis company offers very important facilities and advantage to soldiers and others seemng western homes, whether they intend to settle on Government homesteads or purchase the Company's land. Its announcement n published elsewhere in this journal. Com. The Markets. NEW YORK. Beeves Prime 00 Common 11 00 a 12 00 Hogs Live 6 00 a 625 Cotton Middling 25J4 a ... Flour .Ultra western.................... uu uww Wh.,( TCft. 2 Knrino- 1 72 a 1 76 Corn Mixed Western 74 a 74? Oats Western. o a a Kyi Western . w iik Barley-State 90 a 91 Pnrlc Mess 13 65 o13 7d Lard 8?4a 9V4 CHICAGO. Beeves Choice- . .... ft 50 .... 5 00 .... 3 70 .... 3 00 3 50 .... 19 .. 12 .... 900 .... 7 00 1 59 .... 1 52 .... 46 40 SO 56 12 50 8 25 a a 590 a 525 a 485 a 3 75 a 395 a 24 rTime Fair Grades Stock Cattle Common Interior.. Hogs Live......... 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Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev, EDWARD A. WILHOM. 202 Penn st.. near Lee av., Williamsburg!!. N. T. Pimples and Humors ok thb Facb. In this condition of the skin, the Vkgktine is the great remedy, as it acts directly upon the cause. It cleanses and pari 5es the blood, thereby causing humors of all kinds to disappear. Thhocgu the length and breadth of theland the celebrated SILVER TIPPED Boots and Shoes are sold by the million, for parents know they last twice as long as without lips. Try them. An easy Boot or Shoe is a joy forever. All who wear those made with the C VBLE SCREW WIAE know it. Light, tight, will not rip try them. $30 per Week and expenses paid. Wewant a reliable aaent in every County in the O. S. Address Hudsjon River Wire Co., ISO Maiden Lane. N. Y.. or Chicago, ill. Nonpareil Mills. Ho'K plileta free. Write to J. Sedgzbeeb, Paiuesviile, O. SISENTBRALLED. We want agents for this new and remarkable book. It is of absorbing interest and will be very popular. Clergymen deflire it wide circulation. Do good and make money. Ontflt50cte, Circulars free. Adiresa COLUMBIAN BOOK CO.. Hartford. Conn. Agents wanted. Hail and Female, to sell Eenew's Adjna table Button Holo Cntter, Large profits to agents. Address SCOTT fc RKOWN, Detroit. Mich. 350 VAI,ITABI,13 RECIPKS and Money Makine Secrets, sent Dnstnaid for 10 eta. Addrosa C. 8. RILEY, Holland. N. Y. Our ''Ten Cent" Baking Powder ischcap.health ful, and never fails. "Globe works, Delaware, O. TR STEAM. Dries irreon lumber in 2 dars J Circulars tree. 11. 0. BULKXKY, Cleveland, O. FOR Til E DF.AF. Ooncoalable Ears. K. HAS LAM, tui Broadwav.N.Y. Sends pamphlets free. "Xf HUMB1JO ! We guarantee a (rents $s.ono a 1I year to sell our goods. Latin a Co.. Pittsburg, Pa. 2- ff yearmore to everypreacher.lawyer.doc JP J.JJiot. justice ornotary, by sending address and stamp to Jolin Kirkpatrick, Middlebourne. Ohio. INTEREST OR RENT Collicted in all parts of Great Britain, Holland, France and Ger many by J. F. FltUEADFF, Attorney at Law. Columbia. Pa. IRON ROOFING MADE BY CA-NCOTT, xraotfEir for poor. MErr. We will pay honest men and women a talary of $30 per week, aud furnish everything. Buainess light and nrst-class. A special offer for poor men aud women. AdJres (J. WJEUBSlf 4 CO., Mariop, O. TO CONSUMPTIVES!! A Spanish Gunboat Fires into an American Steamer. Advices from Santiago de Cuba say the cteamer Edgar Stuart and the United States steamerWyoming, and the Spanish man-of-war Borgia, left KingMon on tue loth ult. Ine otuari ana jsorgia soon parted company with the Wyo ming, being faster sailers. The Borgia then gained on the fJdgar Stuart, Dut the latter, drawing but little water, steered in among the shoals, and doubled back toward Kingston and dis- anDeared. The Borgia then returned to Kingston, and afterward sailed for v,. " - , " J lgston, and afterward sailed for ?o de Cuba. The Edgar Stuart m five leagues from Santiago de Santiago was seen Cuba, and fired at by the gunboat Jaceta. Care of Horses' Legs. The North British Agriculturist says Few men who handle hordes give proper attention to the feet and iegF. Ksneciallv is tnis ine case on tne iarms. Much time is spent of a morning in rub bing, brushing and smoothing the hair on the sides and hips, but at no time aie the teet examined and properly cared for. Now, be it known, that the feet of ahorse require more care than the body. They need ten times as much, for in one resnect tney are almost tne entire norse. All the grooming that can be done won't avail anvthing if the horse is forced to stand where his teet will be nitny. in this case the feet will be disordered, and then the lees will get badly out of fix ; and with bad feet and legs, there is not much else of the horse fit lot anytnmc. Last vear no fewer than 33 vessels were struckroffthe listof the wja, Ta navv. Amone these were eicht wooden iron-clada and six armor-plated floating batteries. On the other hand only four new vessels were added to the effective strength of the service. 1 it a ! sV' lit. . i----r vu . 'Vtnmrn.w Hitters 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 Cal i fornia, free from al! Alcoholic Stimulants. Thev are the Oreat Blood Purifier and a Life-eivinz jrnncipie, a renca rvcnuvrtiui tuu uiiruiiui uib 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 tivir results, sale and reliable in an lonns oi disease. No Person can take these Bitten accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their hnnes are not destroyed bv mineral DO i soil OTOthei means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point 1 of repair. aJyapcpKlsi or inuiffemion. neaaacne, ram in the Sh mil Hers. Couolis. Tightness of the Chest. Diz- 1 ziness. Sour E nictations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in tuo Mmiih. iiiuous Attacies. faiDiiauon ox mc Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions ex (lie rviancys, im , uniiurcu uluc piunu; y "'i'"-"" art th nlfenriisirs of Tjvsnensia. In these COmnlaintS it has no equal, and one bettle will prove a better guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Feinnle Complaints in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an innuence tliat a marked improvement is soon percep tible For Ynfln.iuma.torv SLiiti Chronic Bhe mat ism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, 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 Dices tive Oreans. TIipv are a Gentle Pnrffatlve as well as) a Tonic, nossessinor also the neculiar merit of act ine as a powerful aent in relieving Congestion or Inflam mation of tbe Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious Diseases. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car buncles. RitiE-worms. 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 np and carried out of the system in short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the most incredulous of their curative effects. Cleanse the vitiated Blood whenever you find its impurities bursting 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 foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health ot the system will follow. Grateful thousands proclaim Vinegar Bit- tiers the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking the system of so many thousands, are effectually de- 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 body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system ot Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmin tic', will tree the system irom worms like these Bit' ters. Mechanlsal Diseases. Persons engaged in Paints aud Minerals, snch as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will be subject to pamlvsis of the Bowels. To guard against this take a dose of Walker's Vinegar Bitters 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. Ohio. Missouri. Illinois. Ten nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah, Roan oke, James, and many ethers, with their vast tributa ries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of 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 or tne Jiver, a weakness and im table state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat ment, a purtnitive, exerting a powerful influence upon these various organs, is essentially necessary. There no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walker Vinegar Bitters, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions ol the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Scrofula, or King'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 ail other constitutional Dis eases, Walker's Vinegar Bitters have shown their great curative powers in ths most obstinate and intract able cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters act on all these cases in a similar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away the effects of the inflammation (tbe tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive health, and a permanent cure is effected. The properties of Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of 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 patn in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, 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 discharges through the biliary ducts, and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure of Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc Fort ify the body against disease by puri fying all 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. Direct ions. Take of the Bitters on going to bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine-glassfull. Eat good nourishing 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. J.WALKER, ProB'r. R. H. McDONALD fc CO., Druggists and Gen. Agts.. San Francisco and New York. y SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS. I I.O B E S2.-W only IS2.7f bv mail ICROSCOPE, Best ever In vented for the price. Send ftamp for Circular Address J. G- Kingsbury. Indianapolis. Agsnta wanted PR AIR IB WHISTLES for Imitating all ifj&& kinds of bit ds and animals. Price 15 cent-: two gjors5c. W. F. WHEATON. New Bedford. Mass. THE YODNO LADIES INSTITUTE, Uranvftle, Ohio. xT vtmKMaBiiiinLrAwirh lnnamtorv and Normal De partment. Excellent facilities for Music aud Painting. Knrtietii vear Deems fpteniwr is. ia i. r 1 - a IT T7 II A T Tit . P, SHgPApbSOP, President, a is is s NATURE'S REMEDY. . JHE PREAT. BioqpRmin er What is Needed. BosToa . Ten. 13. 1871. HEW BY B. Stevehs, Esq. Dear ar Sir About oue year since I found myself In a feeble condition from General Debility. VKprrina waa strongly recommended to me Dy been much benefitted by ita use. I a friend who had nrocured tbe ar Ma And after usinff several bottles, waa restored to health, and disco itinued ita use. I feel quite confi dent that there ia no medicine au parlor to it for those dent that I nereis no mea complaints for which it rheyneTJmeVSinrfo" Bespectfulr complaints for wnicn it ia especially preparen, anu Itnenaif roiuoaewDu leei mat restore tnem to perfect beauu. venrs, 1.. PETTTNGIIX. Finn of 8. M. r-ettingill A Co., No. 10 Stato street, Boston. Gives Health, Strength and Appetite. M rinffhr bajt received sreat benefit from the use nr 1 a v u . MwdMiftiiii tiMlthwu a source of great anxiety"to all her friends. A few bottles of tbe Veoetike restored ber health, strength and ap petite. . ll. TiiiUan, insurance ana iveai &swe akcui., No. 49 Sears Building, Boston, Hass. Heartily Recommends. BOOTH JJOBTOn, eu. I , loiu. Dear Si . I'bave taken several bottles of your Vsos- -wv ani am rnndnn H it la VMlll.blA ranMT for Vyttprpna. Aulaey vomplauit, ana psaerau swwqr V t M system. I can heartily recommend it to all snnenng from the above compiainta. sours respectfully. Mas. Mum bob Parker, 386 Athena St. Prepared by II. R. STEVENS, Boston. Haas. Priced 1.3. Sold by all Druggists. Tn T.pr.tnrA ftnmmit.t.pfis 1 bSBsV S k V Wtjsssl aT XT TT 111 III! T 1 the foil win attractions for the West during tbe ensuing season: John B. Gongh. Geo. MacDonald, of " uarieton, nowri .onyer. vrea. uougiaiw, x. rw. Hale. Bret. II arte. W. H. MHburn. Mrs. Liver more. Joaquin Miller. W. H. H. Murray, Petroleum V. Nnsby." Wm. Parsons. "Oliver Optic,1 James Parton, Chu. flnmner. . Mark Tv&in.n Mendelssohn. Ouin- tAttn (linb. Ramabee Concert Tronne. To secure either, immediate application must be made. Copies of the " Lyeenm Magazine ' will also be furnished on application, containing additional names of Lectur ers, jfceaaers ana siugerB, wiiu iuii pttniwuiara, nuu other information indispensable to those interested in entertainments of a high order. DasftiBth Jlr Haa 1 1. WaoaCMcn RraBIll Offlf. THE WHEAT FIELD OF AMERICA ! Sealthftil Climate, Free Somes, Good Markets. THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD offers for sale Lands In Ceatral and Westers. Minnesota embracing: 1. The best of Wheat Land; 2. Excellent Timber for tho Mill, the Farm and the Fire: 8. Rich Prairie Pasturage and Natural Meadow, watered by clear Lakes and running streams in a healthful Climate, where Fever and Ague is unknown. GRAIN may be shipped bonce by lake to market as Oars now run through thse lands from Lake Superior to Dakota. Price e? land closet ti $4 00 1 o fR" peracTej further away $20 to $4.00. BEVEN TEARS' CREDIT i Warrantee Deeds; Northern Paciflp 7-30 Bonds, now selling at ear. received for land at $1.10. No other unoccupied Lands present such ad vantages to seiuers. if f-OLDIEHS trndrr the New law (March. 18721 (rot 1 (So acres FREE, near the railroad, by one ana two years resiaence. TRANSPORTATION AT REDUCED RATES furnished frem all arinciple points East te purchasers of Railroad Lands, and to settlers on Government Homesteads. Purchasers, their wives and children carried free ever the Northern Pacific Road. Now is the time for Settlers and Colo nies to get Railroad Lands and Government Home steads dose to the track. Send for Pamphlet containing full Information, map and copy of New Homestead Law. Address LAND DEPARTMENT. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, ST. PAUL, OR 12Q BROADWAY. NEW YORK COCOAlME The Best Hair Drs-ln;iid Restorer. Millions HUT "BURNETT'S COC'OAINK." Yr Ursnll kn It. AaSIfTSWAHXHS Far G GODSPEED'S PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN BOOK Tbe crest work of tbe vemr. Prosractns Poat Fata. TS r-t. An ( m mciil. .u fe frnar&ntpei. Also for my nAMPAION rHABTH and HEW MAPS. J. W. QOODSPEED, Cslcaaei Cincinnati, or at. Losle. Gettysburg Katalysine Water la sold at the Spring and pot on the oars at Gettysburg at tbe folio wing-rates Tlire each: six mllon demijohns. tsslion demuonns. s3.oo $6.00 each; cases of dozen .quart bottles. $8.00 each. Repayment most made bv Postoffice mon orders Adc Address NO C4 GETTYSBURG SPRING CO.. Gettysburg' A NERVOUS INVALID Has published tor the benefit of yonng men snd others .who suffer from Nervouaness. DebfMty. Jtc.. a treatise supplying the means of self-cure. Written by onewh eared mmseir. ana sent tree on receiving a post-paid airectea envelope. Aaaress NATHANIEL HIAYFAIR, Braeklrs, N. Y flJIpr FZ A WEEK Guaranteed to Agents, .ij tjf J A new book that everybody wants, snd will have. Profits donble money. Outfit free. Write once to F. M. KKKD. 139 Eighth St.. New York. REWARD For sny rase of Blind, Bleeding, Itching, or I'l cerated Piles that Ds Bino's Pile Hkmeot fails tocure. Itia prepared expressly to cure the Pilra and notbiog else. Sold all Druggists. Price luio. $1,000 IOWA A Sill NEBRASKA LANDS FOR SALE BY THB Burlington & Mo. River R R. Co. MILLIONS OF ACRES, On Ten Tears' Credit at 6 per et. Interest. No part of principal due for two year, and thence only one-ninth yearly till paid In fnll. Products will pay for land and improvement within the limit of this generous credit. jKr Better terms were never offered are not now. andprobably never will be. CIRCULAR? giving full particulars are supplied gratis; any wishing to induce others to emigrate with them, or to form a colony, are invited to ask for all they want to distribute. Applv.to GEO KUARRIS, Land Comm'r. For Iowa Lands, at Burl Inert on Iowa. And for lSebraaka Lauds, at Lincoln, Neb. PEERLESS f WRINGER. B2ST sTASl. MOTJLTON EOLL. Sold Ever H rh ere. Made by Qiifen City Wringer Co. emiits-MTI. BHIB. MEABVH.LE, Pau, Tbeolorfca! School Educates Ministers. No dogmiatic teet. Board, Tuition. Library. Text Books frpe. Term beeins Sept. IA. Write President LIVEHMORE, flTH EA-N ECTAR 18 A PUKE n T. A t: K T K A with the Green Tea Flavor, War ranted to suit all tastes. Forsale everywhere. And for sale whole sale only by tlieGreat Atlantic Tacinc Tra Co.. No. Iwl Fnlton St., and 2 and 4 Church 8t., New York. P. O. Box .Vkj. Bend for Tnoa-Ncctar Circular. BUIL.DING FELT, (so ir.) for outside work nod inside instead of plaster. Felt Csroetings.S'c 8md 2slarops for circular A samples, o. J. FaT.Camden.N.J. HOU KST, energetic. God-learing men and uomo can have plcasant.profttable work; no risk or capi tal. Write H.L. Hastings. 19 Llndall t..Boton. Mass. AUKNTS Waited. Agents make more nioue workfbmsthauatanythingelse. Particulars fiee. Q.StinsokACo.. FintAriEmblUhtr: Portland. Maine, MYWHRV ! By tending 3Sc and date of birth. 1 will snnd you a eorreel picture of your future hutband or leife, with nnme and date of marriage; r . MytUrin of Love, Courtthip and ifarriaoe. Addrc Ll. t;. uutlck, rjox mi. uariuaro, Illinois. OS ( ( w . for first-claas Plaaos. Ho discount. e7ljageuta. Add VS. 8. PUvHO CO., No sei jjfoadm-ay, Nepr J or. ! my two be st Ds by all A for al o No .VEGETABLE SICILIAN ITA Tit LENEWEIL. V.irorv vMr innrpnnaa t.r TOTralari- -j - j i i tv of thia valuable Hair Preparation ; ; J, v it AVT Wnicn IS uuu tu iiitri i u uiunc iv can assure our old patrons that it is . kept fully np to its high standard;; ana n is ine vmj 1 cuaure ed preparation for restoring Gbay ob Faded Habb to ita youthful color,, makine it soft, lustrous, and silken.. ine scaip, oy us use, uecumea inl and clean. It removes an eruptions. Ar,AmfF .nil Kir ita tnnin TroT auu uauvi uu .....-) J r -r erties, prevents the hair from falling Out, &S lb Bliliuuiuuca aiiu vu the hair-glands, i5y its use, tne nair iln baldness, it restores the capillary giauua iaj Liit:n uuiuiui tivi, out will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most eco nomical hair assessing ever vsea, as it requires tewer applications and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. A. A. Mayes, State Assayer oi JiiasBacnuseira, says aThe constituents are pure, and care fully selected for excellent quality ; and I consider it the Best Pbkpa eatiok for its intended purposes." Soul by all Drvgguts, ana utaten tn jiobosw. XTice Una xrauar. Buckingham's Dye- FOB THE WHI8EEBS. A a rmr Renewer in many cases. requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray, or faded Whiskers, we have prepared tbis dye, in one preparation ; which will quietly ana eneciuauy accomplish Uris result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash ofE Sold by oil rmrrrr!t.a. Pria Fiftv Cents. Prepared by Dr. J. a Ayer & Co., I'ractlciU km Aasurtiesu uaenpiw, LOWELL, MASS. RnT.T) BT ALL DRUGGISTS KVEKTWBEMC. Prepared hy Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., fraetieml ssa aturnni uuaiisis, LOWELL, MASS. BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS KVBBTWHKBK 'Hfil'lsTilii' LA- U6EO AND RECOM MENDED BY THE MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS IN NEW ENGLAND FOR THE LAST 4S YEARS. "NOTHING BETTER.", CUTLER BROS. & CO, BOSTON. ElSold bvthe Dru enclave The If and of TTenven medicated tbe Settee Spring. MaifliiBcovered its priceless virtue. Cbem I Istry analysed it, and now reproduces It in the twink ling of an eye from Tabsant's Rm,v tc jit Hki.tbe APEstlKHT. 1 nc nrouiouk una rviKi tm iijuiiiu( omi ! curative and refreshing element of the original Spa ! foams and dances in the goblet, and Indigestion, bll ioimneee, constipation, fever and headache take flight under the operation of the delivbtfnl draught. Cheap Fanni 2 Tree Bonos X. OK TUK WIS OF THB UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. AUVDOUITOr 12,000,000 ACRES t or THS) I Best Fauraaiasj dc BHsMnrsU Immim Im Asaerlesu 3,000.000 Acres in XVebraska, IS THS GREAT PLATTE TALI.KY, THS aAXUDSXff - or tzxzx west, . Nsw far Sale. These lands are Is the central portion of tbe United States, on the 41st decree of North Latitude, the cen tral line of the gnat Temperate Zone of the American Continent, and for grain growing and stock raising unsurpassed by sny in the United States. CHEAPER IN PBICU. more favorable terms given, and more convenient to market than can be found elsewhere. FKEE Homesteads for Actual Settlers. - THX BEST LOCATIONS FOB OOLON1K8L Soldier entitled to s homestead of 1M Acre. Fsss Passss to PnsoHASsss or Lass. Send for the new descriptive pamphlet, with sew maps published in English, Germ an. Swedish asjdV Danish, mailed Ires everywhere. Address O. F. DAVIS. TRUE TIME FOR $1. 1OO0 HOLI W IIKLY, 5 MAGNETIC Tl ('-KEEPER, SSSSKS CTSMi. sue m. FREE TO BOOK AGENTS. Ve will send a handsome Prospectus of our New llltutrated Family Bible, containing over 450 tine Scripture Illustrations, to sny Book Agent, Iree of cbsrge. Address Natiomai. Pububhiso Co.. Chicago. III.. Philadelphia. Pa., or St. Ionia. Mo. Apple Parer and Slieer at 2 and tl: "Union" Apple Parer, Si: Peach Parer, Jl.so: Peach Stoner and Halver,75o; Nutcracker, 29c. Sold by dealers. Mana factnred by D. H. Wuittkmoss. Worcester. Mass. To Advertisers. All persons who contemplate making contracts with newspapers for the insertion of Advertisements should send to GEoPgoWEU&g tor a Circular, or Inclose 2ft cents for their One Han. dred Pace Pamphlet, containing Lists of 3.IIDU Newspapers and estimatVe showing the cost of adver tising, also many useful hints to advertisers, snd soma account of the experience of men who are known as Racceasfnl Advertisers. This firm are proprie tors of the American Newspaper Advertising Agency. and are possessed of nneqnsled facilities for seeming the insertion of advertisements in all Newspapers snd Periodicals st lowest rates LANE & BODLEY, John mmm w ater ) CINCINNATI, o.. MAHUFACTDIIS STATIONARY sussl POKTABLK STEAM ENGINES BoUers and Hill Work. CZRCULAR SAW MZXLS, with Solid Iron Trames. Wrought Iron Head Blocks snd Friction Feed. LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES WOOD WOBKIKG MACHINERY, SHAFTING, Hangers, Pulleys and Couplings, SAFETY POWER ELEYATOKS. Our Designs, Patterns, TooK and Facilities are ths most COMPLETE AND EXTENSIVE in the country, ensbling u to produce the BEST WORK at the LOWKBT PE1.K. Illnstrated Catalogues and Prices famished free on spplicauonto UtNK sb BODLET. O. N. O. No. 2. IITHRN WRITING TO ADVERTISERS. W plense say yss) ssvw the svdyertsenscs)t. 1) rrr mm XVRBYSUDTsWifUa svtMAb Us-k y . s-4 ssW MapwrVsT fav C?"t ssM-r.. -tl ay-rfc-, ftsesj ssrywtal. all U I VT I Oawr . WABKAKTKDi I ia . to s tt?djcVvgUsw4n-fsJrTym.aa twlsaiswl. jr-Us Uht Tlik V2"-s -'! MMwsksfisks.m.JlL.Mlssaa.uals V TVl TIN - J - - ' - AINU OW, PrssM Isssssm, f.