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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The East. Th heat in New York, on July 4, was intense. Many of the militiamen, while parading, were prostrated, several of whom died. Scarcely half of the number that set out returned with their command. Ninety-seven cases of son-stroke were re ported in the city, ii proving fatal Three persons were killed anil many injured by a railroad collision on Lane Island, N. Y., July 4 Budd Doble, the Well-known jockey, who handled Dexter so success fully, has, in view of the alleged trial of nr. oonnera norse Joe tlllott of a milo in 2:151, and the repeatedly alleged perform ance by Dexter of a mile in 2:16, chal lenged either or both these horses to trot the Maid for from $5,000 to $50,000 a side. If tho Ledger man still adheres to his former objections to a public match lor a prise of money, Doble then offers to meet any ot all of his horses in a match simDlv for the skeof fairly and regularly de ciding the question of speed John P. Bigelow, ex-Mayor of Boston, died July 5, " aged 74 The mortality in New York for the week ending July 5 was terrible, the death roll reach in r 1.B50 Tho Lone Branch racing meeting just closed was the iiiusi successiui ever Held in America...... The New York Times announces the con solidation of the Erie and New York Cen tral Railroad Companies under the direc tion of the English stockholders, Com modore Vanderbilt being selected Presi dent with unrestricted powers. An ad vance is to be made in freight and passen- rates west and North......Three men were killed by a stroke of lientnine. near Bos ton, July S Marearet Elliott murdered her daughter Jane, aged IT, at New York, ouiy e,oy strangling her to death N tftica.H.Y., July 0,a barn in which a party of railroad laborers had taken shel ter Was blown down, and two of the laborers killed and several seriously injured The reported consolidation of the Erie and Cen tral railroads, and the elevation of Commo dore Vanderbilt to the head of the new corporation, turns out to be without founda tion The deaths in Philadelphia for the week ending July) numbered 764 an in crease over the preceding week of 350. One- half were children under one year Judge John H. McCunn died in New York, July fl, from nervous prostration, tbe result of his mortification and grief at bring removed from office by the State Senate on the ground of corruption and malfeasance. Judge Mc Cunn left an estate valued at $S.f00.0P0.... Three boys were killed by n explosion fireworks in South Boston, July 5 A po- lieeman was beaten to death by a gang in .new lore, on tbe night of July Ik one day, last week, twenty-three boys were sentenced to the Penitentiary, in New York city court E. L. Sanderson, lawyer, sues the Brooklyn Union for libel, claiming vjo damages A man fell from the top of the Brooklyn tower of the East river bridee. a distance nf-n hnnilrnl feet, the other dry, and, strange to relate, A Cub ah war vessel, heavily armed, was captured off Newport, K. I., July 9, by United States revenue cutter, and taken into New York. What disposition the Govern ment will make of her is not vet stated The much mooted question of the Erie man agement has been finally nettled bv the election of P. H. Watson, of Ohio, President, and Gen. Devin, of New York, Vice Presi dent. They are in the interest of the Eng lish stockholders An explosion in the iron works at Quakertown, Pa., July killed three persons and seriously injured ototu vfcaers. Th daily New York Standard has sus pended publication. This makes about 100 daily journals started and suspended New York within a quarter of a century, after a precarious existence. The capital sunk in them has not-been less than $25, 000,000 The great trot at Fleetwood rent, Saw York, on Julv 9. between Gold smith Maid, Lucy, Henry and American Uirl waa won by the Girl in three straight iime 224. Alter second heat, Goldsmith Maid was allowed to withdraw, on the claim that she had cut her quarter. Sporting men, however, generally contend that the Maid was beaten on her merits, tho slight crack her heel on whieh she was withdrawn be ing regarded as a mere subterfuge. ,The tine made is the best ever accnmnliaherl over the Fleetwood course, and good judges claim that, considering the track, it equals the best of Goldsmith Maid's performances. ......The new directory of the Erie railroad ' are going to inaugurate some health forma in the management of th affairs mio roaa. xneir nrst move will be to on the t iak and Gould side-shows, the companies, car-building companies, other concerns that have been sucking Erie's life-blood. The Opera-House the Twenty-third atreet offices sre to sola, and the company will go back to less pretentious office at thn font nf Till an street, where its real business has always ro i uone. Thb large' brewery firms of Windenmayer A Hons, and Philip Brock, of Newark, J., are reported to have failed. The liabili ties of the former are $150,000 ; af the latter, iou,uvv. .x-atnea saorrissey hss been con victed, at Buffalo, of murder in the first gree, for killing bis mother..,...James Burns has been tried at New York, on the charge . cf murder, for killing John Halloran, acquitted on the ground of insanity. prisoner was immediately committed to lunatie asylum David Paul Brown, eminent Philadelphia lawver. is dead An earthquake shock was sensibly felt various portions ot Eastern New York the Hth of The West. At Skyhook, Indiana, on the evening the Fourth, a . man in lighting the preparatory to a theatrical performance, let fall a Coal oil lamp in the midst of froup of children. The lamp burst, spreading tne on in every stirec tlon, retting the clothes of tbe chi orrn on lire. The little sutler era wildly through the hall, and before flames were extinguished, three of them , were burned to death Another fearful mine disaster is recorded. A fire broke nut in a new mine at Limaville, Ohio, July 3, resulting in the death by suffocation oi eleven persons. A Part r of fifty Bosionians were lured to the Pacific slope by a swindler wbo pre tended to have discovered rich gold dig gings in a portion of Oregon inhabited .Indians. The sharper succeeded in getting $12,000 out of the Uubites, and abandoned them at San Francisco. Borne of them left without funds to return home boys were drowned in Luding creek, Cin cinnati, July T..... .There is a general strike among tne lumbermen ot eaginaw ( Mich.) valley, and the mills are silent. Employers anu employes eacn declare their nrm deter mination not to budge. The strikers orderly and quiet At Cincinnati, July Rev. Samuel J. Browne, aged 80 years, and killed a boy of 12 years who bad to rea nis premises to recover a base-ball that bad been thrown over tbe fence. There was much excitement in the immediate neighborhood, and a strong disposition man- l tested to lynch the aged murderer Two' men were drowned while bathing; near Molme, Ill.,July 7 District Attor ney Bates, of Utah, has provided a Grand J ury with a view to present indictments against several prominent Mormons for vio lation of the anti-polygamy law of 1862. is exported that these cases will be brought up for final decision in the Supreme Court of the United States within a year It reported th at rich gold diggings have been discovered in Logan county, III Mrs. Henry South worth, of Cleveland, recently poisoned her three children, aged 9, 7 and years, and then cut her own throat. was insane A San Francisco telegram states tnat tne Apacnea irom the great reservation of Arizona, who made a treaty. witn iren. -toward a montn since, and been full fed, have left with the avowed inten tion of going on the war path. Troops pursuing. Many depredations are reported. A rKAitrcL tragedy was enacted near Celi- na. Mercer county, Ohio, on the 9lh of July. Two men named Jacob Kimmel and Alex ander McLeod, and a youth, brother of Kimmel, had been guilty of violating ani? subsequently murdering a girl 14 years of age. living in Celina.and were in jail await- lug trial. A moo oi ueiveeu iwm u,i mi thousand people gathered at the jail, over powered the three the Sheriff, forced the doors, took prisoners out of town, and hanged two of them. but. through the interposition of the brother of the murdered girl, tbe youth's life wss spared and he was returned to prison. When the two men were being hung, a isrmer residing anout two nunureu jwua from the scene commute- suicme py cutting his throat with a butcher's knife A fire at Indianapolis, July 9, destroyed Massler Bros.' clothing house, involving a loss of $50,000 LeanderStratton and H. Kennett were drowned at Xiagro, inn., tne otner nay, while bathing in the canal The number nf deaths in Chicago for the week ending July 10 wss 372 an increase of 104 over tbe week preceding; 231 were cnuuren under one year of age. Thb stove manufacturers were in national session at Cincinnati last wee-, jonn o. Perry, of Albany, presided. The amount of eanital invested in the manufacture of stoves in the United States was stated at $30,000,000. -Wine emnlovment to 160,000 men w. x. tiicnarason, oi -jnugiiiu. has hired 250 of the Illinois Penitentiary convicts for five years, at 81 cents per day. Eev. Samuel J. B,ewn, who shot and .. . killed the boy Schick, at Cincinnati, last week, has been bailed in $50,000 Two ladies were drowned in Walnut creek, near Topeka, Kanaas, July 10, while bathing...... Two persons (colored) were killed at Madi- nn Inri.- Jn r II. hr atu exDlosiou Oscar and Pliny Whitcomb, aged 1$ and 18, were drowned while bathing, near yeoeaeo, III.. Julv 10 Two men were xuiea dv liehtnine at Bellflewer Station, 111., July II. And still tbev come. John Summers, of Milwaukee, while bathing in the canal. July II, sank to rise no more -a live...... brother of the man Uorman, wnocommitiea snioide near where the Mercer county(Uhio) mob hung Kimmell and McLeod, killed himself by cutting his throat with a rasor, on tbe 11th inst. It is supposed that both of them were in some war connected with tbe murder of Miss Secore. The excitement still continues high in that section. The South. of of 7. a a 9, in Thbkk prisoners attempted to escape from the custody of the Sheriff of Pope county, Ark., a few days ago, and were fired upon and killed bv the Sheriff's guard ......Walter G.Overton, long connected with the press Iiouisvllle, and oi late the Wasmngion cor respondent of the Courier-Journal, died Iiouisville. Julv 9. oi tistula....... nomas Smith, colored, will hang at Louisville, Sept. 13. for the murder of Mrs. Braden Mav, 1871 willi-m uam was crusnea death at Louisville, last week, by an iron mould weighing 4,000 pounds falling upon him while he was at the bottom of a twelve feet deep Win. Hagmann suicided at ot. Ijouis. July 9, by lumping into tne river from a ferrv-boat. About the same hour. Mrs. Ellen Allen poisoned herself th Paris green. Cause, in both Whisky. Thb caterpillar is playing havoc with the cotton fields in some portions of Ala bama -...John H. Lane, of Illinois, stopped at Litchfield. Ky last week, wrote on slip of naoer. Old Death, I salute thee,' took: a dose ot morphine, ana snumea his mortal coil. Skvbh persons were 'killed outright, and several dangerously injured, by a bridge giving way beneath a railroad train, near White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.,on the 11th of July The caterpillars, in unusually large numbers, have appeared an tnrougn the cotton belt of Alabama, three weeks earlier than ever before. The same report comes from South Carolina. There is much depression among the planters in conse quence etilson -lutsnins nas soin one-third interest in tne et. juouis ximcs Henry Ewing for $50,000. Washington. in rn. of cut A Wasbinotoh telegram of the 9th inst. says : The sensations of the day have been the suicide of a War Department clerk, literal carving up of one negro by another, and the falling of three derricks, each nearly one hundred leet in height, at the new State Department, among the laborers at work the lower storv. By this last accident sev eral were killed and many wounded District Court has awarded $280,000 prize money for the destruction of the rebel Albemarle, It is announced that the postal cards not be ready for a month yet. Foreign. be its a N. de and The a the in on of hall a ran the out by are are T It is 4 She are It is said that Victor Hugo has secured commutation of the sentence of Henri Bochefort to simple banishment from France, instead ef transportation to New Caledonia The last report concerning Uouard is that his release has been ordered by the Spanish Government It is the great Catholic powers of Enrope screed to hold a conclave of Cardinals, order to have an uaderstanding between Cardinals and tbe Uovernments interested in the Pope Monterey is again in hands ef the Juarist troops, who telegraph forthwith that " the revolution Is practical ly ended, the chiefs only keeping tbelr together to secure terms of surrender the tiovernment." Thb celebrated German author, Robert Prutz, is dead The Berlin correspondent of the London Standard writes that the creasing tide of emigration from Germany to America causes considerable Useaainess to tbe Imperial Government. Measures the repression of this exodus of the subjects ot the empire are seriously contemplated. I A terrible explosion, supplemented by conflagration, occurred in a flour mill Glaazow. Scotland, July 9, by which eleven persons lost their lives, and many more seriously injured Advices from tbe of Mexico to July 9 furnish the following bulletin of news: Assassination and kidnap ping prevail everywhere. The Mexican journals are full of complaints against usurpations of the Government. United States Minister Nelson Waa to sail far home on the 15th. and will not return. The cution of Yuclan, formerly a member of press, in Cuba, by -the Spanish authorities, created a great sensation in Mexico. Kosecrans has published a manifesto consnr icg the Mexioan journals for having attacked his projected railroad enterprise, complain ing that, in spite of his known predilection for Mexico and Mexicans, there is nobody to defend him. He calls on the patiiot:sm, honor and generosity of the Mexicans take the matter of the railroad again under consideration. The situation at Monterey unchanged. A dispatch from Madrid says that Houard is free. An order Irom Madrid his release as an act of pardon, which Houard demurred, as bis acceptance ef it might appear like an acknowledgment of guilt, and waive the right to com pen He was then turned out The of Staffordshire, England, have John Bright, as an appropriate of his many services, with magnificent testimonial cabinet The journal of Berlin, on July 11, mulgated the law for tbe banishment of Jesuits from Germany. It requires that establishments under their control must broken up within six months Gen. Sher man was in Paria on the 11th of July. visited the National Assembly, occupying seat in President Thiers' Ipox A dispatch from Adtn, an Arabnrh pHrt, was received at London, on the 11th of July, announcing the arrival there of Mr. Stanley, the Ycrk Herald correspondent. He was start that day for London, in company the aon of Dr. Livingstone. Mr. Btanley says when he left the interior of Africa, Livingttone waa unwell, but he was never theless determined to proceed with his and will not return home he has completed the great work of ascer taining the source of the Nile Valmaseda has turned over the island of Cuba to successor and returned to Spain in deep dis gust War is threatened between Brazil and the Argentine Republic. BALTIMORE. Meeting of the National Democratic Convention. Organization—Ex-Senator Doolittle, of Organization—Ex-Senator Doolittle, of Wisconsin, Elected Chairman. Organization—Ex-Senator Doolittle, of Wisconsin, Elected Chairman. The Cincinnati Platform Adopted, and Greeley and Brown Nominated. I a. of in in to a on nis to The National Convention ho Democracy assembled in Ford's Opora-R. ouse, Baltimore, t.,- Jlv 9. at 11 a. m ed with ban- House was handsomely decora ners, on which were inscribed tbe o latBof arms of the several States. The convention was called to ord. r . gust Belmont, of New York, Chairman OI lno Democratic National Executive ConM-uttee who. after a short address, nominated Tb J. Randolph, of Virginia, for temporary CbA ir" man, which was carnea oy acciamauou. Kev. Uenrv Bucer, peing preaeuMju, -- ed the Throne of Grace. Frederick O. Prince, ot jnassacnuaeite, was chosen temporary Secretary. JuT. jamnertou, ui a Duunjinwn.. . - - . ti that each State bs called in alpha- betical order, that the Chairman may name their members of the several committees, and may also, in case OI contests, name tne rati os tante. r-nnitiderable contusion occurred nereiroma failure to aunounoe distinctly what committees were to be appointed under this call. Gov. Hoffman, of New York, urged that the States be called for responses, to see who were present. Mr. Fenton. of Kansas, moved that on the rol'-call each State announce its Committee on Credentials and Organization. After considerable uninteresting discussion. the roll was called, but there was so much nnise on tbe floor that it was aimcuit to near tbe names as announced. Th mlnn nf the last emocraue aaunnai Convention were adopted for the government of the convention. At 4 nVlrak n. m. the Committee on Organ ization reported James B. Doolittle, of Wis consin, for permanent President, with a list of Vice Presidents embracing one from each For Beading Secretaries, the committee named E. O. Perrin, of New York, A. F. Whit tlesey and Thos. t. moore, oi jmssouri ; wu for itecordinc Secretary. John C. Barr, of Pa nnevlvania. On motion, the report of the Committee on Permanent Organization was adopted, and the committee discharged. Iki-tnr Itavard. of Delaware, and Gov, Hoffman, of New York, were appointed by the Chairman to eeeort tne jrermanent jrreaiusuk to the Chair. He addressed the Convention in a half hour's speech, thanking them for tbe honor conferred upon mm.- d. (Perkins, oi ientucKy, onereo tne ioi- lowing : Kaolred. That a Committee on Resolntions, com 1 Ar n nl.Ktn f nm Ar.li Sttfl. be AD- pointed br (he President, upon the suggestion of tne unairnian oi eacn dh anvguiuii, vpuu m whi by States. The resolution was adopted. A nrouoeition was submitted bv a delegate, that the District of Columbia and the Terri tories each be allowed a member on tho Com mittee on Besolutions, but was promptly voted down. Various delegations sent to tho Chair reso lutions, which, under the rule already adopted. were referred to the Committee on Besoln tions without readme. The Commiftee on Credentials made their report, as follows : To the Democratic Na tional Convention, at Balti more assemble-: Vnnr HamiiiIiIm nn fh-Arientiitls do rnsnectftlllv re Sort tliHt on a call or states tner all report tueir elcgation in foil, with no contested seats; that the number or seNts in tne uonvention is tM ; mat c- reports 20 delegates, and your Committee recommend mat i mi , ne aiioweu imiBuniuo uuvr, uu vm. ut the eieht vntee to which she is entitled. 10 MimmittM luruar recommena insc aeie-aies urea ent fiom the several Territories he allowed seats nnAn the flfMir- withnnt i vote. Your Committee. through their Secretary, herewith transmit to the Convention an accurate and connected list of dele oi D. S. DICKMAN, Chairman. the on The ram will a ur. Skid j in the the men from in for a at were City the the Gen. to is Dr. of fered to sr. tinn. ac knowledgment a of ficial The report was adopted. The convention then proceeded to call the role of States alphabetically for the purpose of naming members or the national .executive Committee. The following is a list of mem bers of the committee as thus announced : Thos. A. Walker. Ala. 8. K. Cockrell, Ark. John O. Priest. Ho. Q. Ii. Miller. Neb. v. m.ci;oppin, ;ai. Wm. H. Bai-Hum. Ct. Thor.H.Willisnis.Nevada. M. V. B. Edgerly. K. 11 T. F. Randolph. M.J. A.SchvIl, N.X. M. W. BaoBom. N. C. J. 6. Johnson. Ohio. K. J. Ladd, Oregon. Jas. D. Barr. P.nn. G. Bradford, K. I T. G. Simmons, S. O. Wm. K. Bates, Tenn. F. S. Sockdale. Texas. 11. B. Smith, Vt. John Goode. Vs. J. B. Hoge, W. Vs. Geo. II. Paul, Wis. Chxs. Beasten. Del. i Cba. K. Dyke. lia. 1 A. R. Wriiht. G Cyrus II. McCormick, 111. Tlics. Howling, Ind M. M. Hall, Iowa. Isaac Eaton. Kansas, II. D. HcHenry. Ky. II. D. Ogden. a. T. D. M. Swett. Me. A. Leo Knott, Md. E. t . Priner, Mass. Wm. A. Moore, Mich. Wm. Lochren. Minn. J. U. Sharp. Miss. After anms nnimnortant orooeedincrs the convention adjourned until Wednesday, at 10 o clock a. m. SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. TtAT.TiKOBE. Julv 10. The convention re assembled at 10:15 o'clock, and was called to order bv the Chairman After some business of an unimportant na ture, Mr. Barr, of Connecticut, announced that the Committee on Besolutions wore ready In rnnort. and came to the platform and ro quested that the resolutions be read by Clerk Perrine. He explained that the resolutions were the Cincinnati platform exactly, with nothing added, nothing exeluded. He moved the adoption of the report and tbe previous question. After some discussion, the motion to sus tain the previous question was adopted, and call of States ordered, which resulted yeas. fififi nave. 176. After considerable time spent in discussion, the roll of States was called on the main ques tion the adoption of the platform which re anltad i Yeas. 662 . nays. 70. At the close of the call, when Delaware voted No." there were loud hisses. The Chair ap pealed to the convention to treat with respect the vote ef any and every State. A delegate said the disturbance was in the galleries. A motion having keen odopted to go into the nomination of candidates for President and Vice President. Mr. Bncwhook, of Illinois, presented the name of Horace Groeley as the Democratic candidate lor -"resident . The roll was called for the Presidential nomi nation. Each vote for Greeley was receivod with cheers. The ballot resulted : Greoloy 686 : James A. Bayard, 15 ; J. S. Black, 21 flroesbeck. 2. Greeley's nomination was then made unani mous. Upon the announcement of the nomination the " Battle Cry of Freedom,-" by the band, was followed bv "Hail to the Chief." When the music ceased a scene was lowered to the rear of tho stage, presenting a view of the White House. The roll was called on nomination for Vice President, resulting as follows : B. Gratz Brown. 713 : Stevenson, of Kentucky, 6 blank 13. On motion of Chalmers, of Mississippi, the nomination was made unanimous - A Committee, consisting of one delegate from each State, was appointed to notify the candidates of their nomination. It is to be stated that fblank votes for the vice Presidency were cast py Jf ionaa, new Jersey and Virginia. Delaware's six votes were cast for Stevenson, the -rest were given for Brown. At 1:30 p. m., the Convention adjourned sint die THE BOLTERS. all be He a New to Dr. ex plorations, his Baltimore. July 2. Tbe Democratic bolt ere, to the number of about 100, assembled the Maryland Institute at noon, and were called to order bv Mr. Flanders. A committee was appointed to prepare an address to the country, consisting oi jaessrs. Morrell. of Kentucky. Chairman : Samuel J, Bavard. of New Jersey : M. M. Pomeroy, of Naw York: Georcre D Parker, of Virginia Joseph J. Davis, of West Virginia ; Joseph Ledlie, of Illinois ; E. Keyser, of Texas. Mark M. ( Brick") Pomeroy offered a reso lution declaring that there was no intention produce a schism in the Democratic organiz fi nr riin.t .to a nolipv to the reeular Con vention : declarine that " we. as Democrats, prefer principles to men, the preservation the party to any man's elevation to power pledging support to the nominations of the regular uemocrauo convenupn, providing thev are Democrats : also that, if the Demo cratic organization is disbanded, co-operation be given in a future movement to reorganize it. The resolutions were unanimously adoped. Pomeroy then spoke, Baying that he didn't believe in the cry of choosing between two Be- Subiican evils. Ho did not want to have the evil Greeley, whose life waa tainted with treason. Greeley never can be President. Trne Democrats will not support him. Thn gold and silver of Gragnt are more potent than the .turnips and cabbages of the farmer of Chappaque. A Committee was appointed on permanent organizatiod, after which the Convention ad journed until to-morrow at noen. SECOND DAT. Baltimobk, July 10. The anti-Greeley Democrats convened at 1 o'clock p.m. Sauil. J. Bayard, of New Jersey, was elected Presi dent. He addressed the convention, saying they were there " to resist a foul conspiracy for tbe destruction of the Democratic party. Those here present," said the speaker, " will continue to hold up the old flag, and if con spirators throw it down, we will take it up and bid defiance to the outrage sought to be per petrated." Tho committeo appointed to prepare an ad dress reported. The address recites that tho action of the National Democratic Convention, in adopting the Cincinnati ticket, is a " virtual dissolution of the Democratic organization and an unconditional abandonment of the princi- Eles of the party ;" that the " convention has een false to its obligation of duty, to prin ciple, to regard for consistency, and to every sentiment of political honor.' The address concludes by recommending that a convention be hold at Louisville, Ky.. on Saturday, the 3d of September, 1872, to take such steps as may do aeemea pruaent ana essential. The address was adopted. Mr. Bitloy offered a resolution that this con- YOB-ion now proceed to the nomination of cxnft iates for President and Vice President. 1 cv the table. Mr. ja-KBou, ui juassacnusetts, onerea a resolution .recommending to the National Con vention the .following to be incorporated in the platform ; naV""? 1. An act of iimvereal amnesty and restora tion of political lights. Z. Itepeal OI ail nj mmunij MiWbUig hUl Southern States. . 8. Extension or th Jensra laws to soldiers of the South. - 4. Payment for liberauea staves irom tne National Treasury. O. A change in tne national "k v ui-kb u. acceptable to the people of the country. judge .landers remameu tunu w- mere preutmnary convention, and mereiore, Viiu wj nnt the time and nlace to entertain propositions, and on his motion the propo sitions were laid on tno tamo- w w","-" then adjourned rine die. Tea-Tipplers, Take Notice. Various English doctors are engaged in a crusade a.gainBt tea. Jho- indict ment they have drawn up cow-tains- as many counts as have ever Deerr rougnE against any other narcotic, frorri opium down. Digestion, hearA, and nere ane said to be grievously affected by Ht- lit is claimed that the taste lor it, is aw an tificial one, which is due almost entfrsly to its cheapness. In .hnciana, gooa e is less expensive than good beer. It declared to be very much more harm ful. Its evil effects on American women are enforced upon.-and cloomy prophe cies indulged in in regard to the results of the increased use of it which its ad mission duty-free will produce. The Colorado Desert. It is now said that the Colorado de sert was once the bed of the sea Care ful instrumental observations have lately been made which seem to establish the fact beyond doubt, proving that either tbrouch the gradual exhaustion ot tbe sources of water supply, or through some more sudden natural convulsion, the heat of the continent, once occupied by a vast expanse of water, has been drained, within a comparatively short space of time, and changed to dry land. Editorial Opinions. An advertise ment is, as a general rule, an elaborate eulogium on the merits of something which tho advertiser desires to sell. 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Whether for use on man or beast, the Merchant's Gargling Oil will be found an invaluable Liniment, and worthy of use by every resident in the land. We know of no proprietary medicine cr article now used ?n the United States which shares the goodwill of the people to a greater degree than tnie. N. y. Independent. H. II. Shufeldt & Co., Chicago, alone in Americ-distill IMPERIAL GIN by the Hollahd Process. Send for circular. Com Rupture can be cured without suQer ing. Elastic Trusses are superseding all others. Before buying Metal Trusses or 8up- Sjrtcrs, send for a descriptive circular to too lastic Trus3 Co., (533 Broadway, N. Y. Coin. Toe latest novelty in divorce juris prudence comes from Ixmdon, where a woman met the petition oi her lord with the plea that she had been led into evil solely through the plots of an agent employed by her husband to watch her movements. Her defense met tho approval of Lord Penzance, who decided that the husband was re sponsible for tbe acts of his agent. Cutler's Vegetable Pulmonary Bal sam " Doubtless the best Cough Medicine in the world." Com. TnE best article in use the Halford Leicestershire Table Banco. Every family into which it has been introduced is its reference. The parties who pnrchase once become con stant customers. Yon had better go without any One article for the table than the Halford. Have you seen the latest Novelty? If not, go to the Gents' Famishing Stores and call for the Elmwood Collar. It has folded edges, is a perfect fit and will keep clean longer than any other collar. Try it. Com. For Dyspepsia. Indigestion, depres sion of spirits, and general debility in their various forms ; also, as a preventive against fever and ague, and other intermittent fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York, and sold by all druggists, is the best tonic, and as a tonic for patients recovering from fever or other BiUtncfa, it has no equal Com. "l'"--' ' Onk form of Catarrh begins with un easiness of nose ; tho nose is obstructed by the thickened lining membrane and feels dry, a desire to pick it, bleeds a little, sores soon start, spread and set deeper, crusts form on them large and hard to get away, matter discharges, flesh is eaten ami tho bone decays, breath very offensive and face becomes disfigured. Terrible dis ease ! Nothing will euro it but Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery taken earnestly to corrccD the blood and sys tem, locally; use Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy, a healing specific, and to apply it properly, Dr. l'ierce's Nasal Douche. This reaches all the diseased parts. All these sure means of euro sold together for $2 by Druggists. 605 WniB a Pennsylvania Dutchman was absent from his nativo State, that State changed ita politics. When he returned, and was told of this change, ho ws very much excited. He said, " I'm ashamt ov my State I'm ashamt that was born in her; and my only excuse fur it is, I was so very young I didu't know any pettcr." A gentleman afflicted with the chronic rheumatism says : " No description of my case can convey the vast amount of benefit (.have received from the use of Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. I believe it is the best article in tho world for rheumatism." Com . A Vermont contemporary sugges "tively remarks : " Anonymous com munications are worth four cents a pound at this office." Can't do Without It." This is what the taee and horse car companies, livery stable keepers, weathers of the turf, anil ll -rooms and train, rs way f the BIustano IiIniment. They " catrt do without it." And why ? Because it infallibly rerinces tne -external swellings, etc., which, under -arions nies. impair the usefulness aud va nenf tho kine of annd- rnp ds. and also hecanse, for sprains, strains, slls and ottter injuries to which horse-tiesli is lishle, it is the moflt trnstwortlty preparMioli in the market. i oi mane recomnienstiaoas comprise only a portion of its clslms to eublic confidence. Dnrin- n neriod of morn than sixteen years, it has been recopuized as a specific, for manr of the most acooizine disorders which ailrlict the human family such as rheumatism, crout. naitral-ia. lumba-o. ticilolorenx. sore throat. earnclie. toothache: and likewise as a peerless appli cation IGr cuis, urntses, nnrns ana scatas. L--om. Oh Itittens t in our house of . ease, uncertain toys, and full of fleas ; when pain and anguish hang o'er men, we turn into sausage then. As Qtn?K as a Flash of Liohtntno does CaisTAlKaos Excatsioa Haib Dyk act upon the hair. whiwkera nil mil tarlips : no rhnMtittm tints, but tbe purest Hoiven or lite most exquisite Browns will bo evolved Luia In One to Five Minutes, .Headacho, Ear ache. Ncuralcia, Lame Back, Diarrhea. Cronas, Sprain, and all similar complnints, arm relieved ly VlagoV Isstant BrxirF, or money refunded. Com. REASONS WHY PERRY DAVIS' PAIN K I h L E It : Beat Family Medicine of the Ace, And why it should be kept always near at hand: 1st 'Pain-Kilikb is the most certain Cholera cure t tat medical science has produced. 2ne! Pa in-Killer, as a Diai-rhea and Dysentery remedy, seldom if ever fails. 3rd Fain-Killer will cure Cramps or pains in any part of the system. A single dose usually effecta a care. 4th Pain-killer will cure dyspepsia and indiges tion, if used accordlite; to directions. fith PaiN'Killkr is an almost never failing cure for sudden colas, coughs, etc. 6th Pain-Killer has preved a sovereign remedy for Ferer and Ague, and Chill Fever ; it has cured the most obstinate cases. 7th Pain-Killer as a liniment ia nneqnaled for Frost Bites, Chilblains, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Sprains, etc Sth Pain-Kii.lrr has cured cases of Rheumatism and Neuralgia, after yeara standing. 9th Pain-Killer will destroy Boils, Felons, Whit lows. Old bores, giving relief from Pain after the first application, inth Pain-Killer cures Headache and Toothache, 11th P At n Killer will savo yon days of sickness and many a dollar in time and doctors bills. l?th Pain-Killer is a purely vegetable preparation, Vafe to keep and to use in every family. The sim plicity attending its iiso, together with the great va riety of diseases that may be entirely eradicated by it, and the great amount -f pain and enflVring that can be allerrsned through its nse. make it imperative upon every person to supply tltemseivcs with tltia valuable remdy. and to keep it always near at baud. The Pain-Killer isnowkuown and appreciated in every quart r of tbo gklo.' Physicians recom mend it in their practice, while all classes of society have fouod in it relief and comfort. Give ita trial. Be snre and buy the gennine. Every Drnggist. and nearly every country grocer throughout the land keep it for sale. MW Directions accompany each bottle. Price 35 eta., SO eta., and St per Battle. J. N. IIAIIIIIS dt Ce., Mud-nail, O. Proprietors for the Southern awl Western State. Far Sale by all Maaldaie Dealers. FOR SALE BY ' All Chicaca Wholesale nraaotata. TO CONMI IH PT I V Kf. Tho advertiser, having been permanently enred of tltatdread disenseUonsuniption. by j. simple remedy, ia anxious to make known to hi feiliiw-aulJerors the menus of cure. To all wlw denirs it, iMi wilt send a raipy of the prescription used (free ol rbarge), with the directions lor preparing anil ttnk ig the same, which they will find a sure (Jure tor Jonrum ption. Asthma. Bronchitis, aud all Throat or liuug diffi cult i. Parties wishing the nrcerription will phmse adsress Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON. 1'X Peun street, Willinsasbiirgu N. T. The Markets. NEW YORK. Beeves Good Fair Hoos Dressed Cotton Middling Floub Extra Western ' Wheat No. 2 Spring ; Corn Mixed Western Oats Western Bye Western 12 S 12J. 11 12 64!f 6 2GJrs . 00 S 8 50 48 S 1 51 GO 61 40 S 43 78 3 79 90 S 91 SO ai3 60 Bablet State Pobk Mesa 13 CHICAGO. 00 (S) 6 25 50 S 5 75 00 S 5 25 25 (S) 4 25 CO (9 2 75 80 4 10 13 (S 17 11 (S 12 00 S10 50 00 7 75 20 ft) 1 28 26 (S 1 27 40Jb(S 41 27 O 27 66 57 52 (S .. 0713 10 1 .. Beeves Choice 6 Good C Fair Grades 5 Stock Cattle Common 3 Inferior 2 Hoos live 3 Butte Choice Eoos Flour. White Winter Extra.10 Hnrine- Extra. Wheat No. 1 Spring . No. 2 Spring . Corn No. 2 Oats No. 2 IIye No. 2 Babxey No. 2 Pobk Mess ..13 Laud Bummer ST. LOUIS. 50 7 SO 65 1 70 M)4S 39 29o 30 58 (S .. 65 70 80 a)Vi 00 8 25 6 00 60 4 10 Floub XXX G Wheat No. 1 Spring 1 Corn No. 2 Mixed Oats Bte Babxey Pobk Mess 11 Lard Cattle 5 3 CINCINNATI. 48 1 50 48 ( 49 33 38 73 (S 75 60 70 00 (S)12 50 8 S 9 Wheat Bed 1 Corn Mixed Oats Bys Barley Pobk Mess 12 XitBD MILWAUKEE. 27 (5) 20 (S 41 O 27 Wheat No. J Spring 1 No. 2 Spring 1 Cobk No. 2 Oats No. 2 Kye No. 1 Barley- No. 2 57 (S 54 5 70 CLEVELAND. No. 2 Bed Winter. . . . 1 4f) S . Cobn 47 (S 48 35 36 TOLEDO. . . Amber do 1 44 1 46 Cobn High Mixed 49JS Low do 47S . . Oats No. 1 34 84 No. 2 31 .. Current Items. The Memphis and 1 Paso railroad has been sold in Paris for $88,000. One hundred and fifty million paper collars are annually manufactured in tho United States. . Chinamen are growing civilized. They now drink their l.icer straight. Cincinnti must bo a good place to disappear from, sixteen of her citizens being among the mytterioua'y missing. The American Journal of Pharmacy says that 150,000 infants are killed every year by tho opium contained in the .various kinds of soothins syrups which they arc a lowed, or rather lorceu, to drink. Tub Americans in Berlin have a Columbia Base Ball Club, and the Crown Piinoo has given them " groumds." Engagement bracelet are the latest novelty. They are placed on tbe lady's arm as soon as papa has given his con -sent, and then locked on by a small goli key. A young lady in Burlin'fcon, Iowa, went to church and forgot her water fall, leaving it in the window, and when she returned she found a little bluebird tilting in it on two eggs. While a Watorburv (CM farmer was mowing his doorvard, a sly puppy niu in the grass and then jumped out to take tbe scythe by surprise. But tne puppy turned out to bo more surprised than tbe scythe, for he found himselt in two places at lie same time. Cincinnati whisky must yield the palm toils fine old Irish prototype if there bo truth in tho analyses ol a Dublin chemist, who asserts thst the potheen of the period is composed of eulphuric acid, Bulphate ot copper, catonne pepper, aud highwines. A gentleman in Baltimore has been appointed to a third-class clerkship at $1,600 salry, but failed to pass the ex amination, -lis wife applied tor it, ana, more fcuccessful than he, received the appointment and performed tbe duties required. A member of the Arkansas Legisla ture says ho was in thirty-seven battles during the rebellion and was wounded thirteen times in the cause of the South, and all the iav he received was f-30 in Confederate money, the whole of which lie g ive lor one glass ot whisky. Instinct of Turtles. Audubon, the naturalist, stated that at certain places on the coast of .Flor ida sea turtles, those huge, stolid-look- ms reptiles on which aldermen are led at the expense of tax-payers, possess an extraordinary laculty ot hnding places Working their way up out of the reach of tide-water with their flippers, quite a deep hole is excavated, in which batHi of eggs aro deposited, and then carefully covered up. On reaching the water they not uni'requently swim three hundred miles out at soa, foraging for appropriate food. When another batch ot eggs are developed, after a lapse of about fourteen days, they will return unerringly in a direct line, even in the darkest night, and visit the buried eggs. Kemovtng the sand, more are deposited and secured. Away they go again as belore. 1 hey know instinct ively the day and hour when the young brood, incubated by solar rays, will brenk the shell, and are promptly at the spot to liberate them from their" prison. As soon a fairly out of the hole, the mother turtle leads them down the bank to the waves, and there ends her parental solicitude and maternal duties. Inhuman Outrage. A cruel and unnatural crime was per petrated at Cleveland, Ohio, recently. Some Qermaa butchers had a grudge against a man living three miles Irom the city, and went to the house evident ly to "tight it out ' with tueir adversary, Not finding tbe man at home, or any one elfe except a young child, they pro ceeueu to gratuy their revenge in norrioio way. Turv took the innocen girl, saturated her clothing with coal oi', and then ret her on fire, after which they made their escape. The child was so terribly burned that she died in a few hour. The wretches are uader arrest. mi Ml? ltOI.I.S ON. and it mar behar von from i collecting your foreign estate. Write all about your rase to J. e. auaAUl . Attorney at aw. t'nlumbia. Pa. I?l K. PIKKNIV. Illo-inin-lnn Ni.rp.err. Ill, I ijoliMcri h. zlst - enr. I a (Ireeliiiniius, Trees, bulbs, llede nam, pinrsery ttocK. 4 i;atalo-ties. . -c. A .WATCH KH ICE, worth 2n. (riven gratis to every lire nian wno wilt act asour agent, uust tinu lieht and honorable. Pars ft3ll eer dav. sure. N gift entorprise. No humbug. Address MONItOK RSKBKll Y A mi., ritlsnnrgn. renn, i(OK A MONTH I Horse and carriage furnish -J "r ed. K . penses paid, ii. B. Shw. Alfwt Me. DR. WHITTIER. alVtf: iWsrJSSSrh uet enacavc-rd. ami most Miccsti- Dhriclan of theae. Coimtiltatlnu or pamphlet tree. I Jail or wiitn. J nat puhliNtioil for the benoflt of you nit men whosnffer imm Morvounuei, ueuntiy, aireaiineot aft paxc. for 2rami: a book 2W pageji. i 1 1 nmt rnlxl. rr !i" cent. TH EA-NECTAR IS A ruRK Tt 1. A t'. K T R A with the Green Tea yiavor.War- ranted rosuttall tastes. Forsali everywhere. And for sale whole sale only by the Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co.. No. I'll Pulton St., and 2 and 4 Church St., New York. P. o. Box 0.106. Send for Taea-ffectar Circular. .Attention. Owners of Horses PAI UcnarAiitood toearo iiuiiii'U n-"i o mi u M en ifuyi. and work the Home erv dnu. or niniifT refunded : ami will not chafe or wear tho man off of Ihe neck For saJo by Riulfll-irv Hardware Kntnb- IlslinifntN and Harness Ma lor. Manufactured by the ZINi COaLLAR PAs CO . Buchanan. Mich. Also for Oamtaion Uoons Address Oi-ODSTKED1. EMPIRE PUBLISBINO HO1 SR Chicago. Cincin nati. St. Louis. New Orleans, or New York. Thrlr Nome Is I.e it Ian ."Dyspepsia is the fiarent of more evils than flew out of Pandora's box. liliousnt-ft Hour stomach, hfadacho. constip! ion, nervous debility, nausea, asd indescribable mental misery are among its terrible offrprinar. GiYethem all the coup de grace with Tarrant's ErFESvKsoKNT 8:ltzpr ApERir.NT. which lunovates and regulates the bowels, tones the st-fnarh. and is a sure leou-dy tor indigestion and all its concomitant h. HOLD BY ALIi PKUGGIKTS. I2prf7 CtCi AgentVprofluperwoek. Will prove HVJ m9J it or forfeit fSMi. New articles juut patented. Samples sent free to all. Address W. II. CI1IDKSTKR. 267 Broadway. New York. AtwKNTS Wn nted. A vents maae more money -st work for us than at anr thing else, rarticnlam (rv . K.ttnNSON A CO.. Art Puhlimkrn. Pnrllaitil. Mm... HONEST, energetic, God-fearinRmen nud women can have pleasan profitable worK; no riskorcani tal. Write II. I. Hastings, 19LindallSL,Boston,Mas 3 , . B...T...,,-.S,,,-Ilt-J YlBirar Bltt-r are not a vile Fancy liriirk. made of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the taste, called Tonics," Appetisers," " Restorers," &c, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin. um aire a uuc meaicinc, mane in rm iiic rairfT ruuu and herbs of Cal ifornia, free from al! Alcoholitiniulants. .Principle, Jrertect Kenovator and lnngorator ot the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthv condition, enrichine it. refreshin-f and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain in tlieir results, sate and reliable in all forms ot disease. 2Vo Person can ta-lce these B liters accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison ox othei means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. ilyspepsia or infUff-estion. neaaacne, .rain in the Shoulders. Couehs. Tightness of the Chest. Diz ziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, liihotis Attacks, faipitation of tne Heart, inflammation oi the Lungs, f am in the regions ei the Kirlnevs. and a hnndred other nainful svmDtomx. are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Fomal CoinplsUnts in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an nuence that a marked improvement is soon percep tible For Inflammatory and Chronic Knen mat l and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious, k. em mem. ana imernmienr. revers, diseases m me Blood. Liver. Kidnevs and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, whxh is generally produced by derange--mcnt of the Digestive Organs. They- are a Oentle Parjratlire as well as a Tonic, possessing also the pecnlir merit of acting; as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam- ma lion ui die i-tvci um w ist-cr-u , uiu wiuuhi. Diseases. For Skin Diseases. Eruptions. Tetter, Salt- Rheum, Blotches, Snots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car buncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationa 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 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 is. foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood' pure, and the health of the system will follow. Orate fa I thousands proclaim Vinbgak Bit ters the most wonderful Invigurant that ever sustained the sinking system. nni rape, ana omer worms, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually de stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol ogist: l here 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 of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmin tics "H free the system from worms like these Bit ter. Mechanleal Diseases. Persons engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters. Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will be subject to paralysis ofrthe Bowels. To guard against this take a dose of IValkbr's Vinsgar Bitters once or twice a week, as a Preventive. Bilious, Remit t ent, and Intermittent Fever, 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 trilmta 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 of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being; clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walkik's Vinegar IWtters, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions; of the digestive orgniiR. - - " Scrofula, or ICInff's Kvll, "White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous--Inflammations, Indolent Iniamma tions. Mercurial Af fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves, etc, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Dis eases, Walker's Vinegar Bitters have shown their great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract able cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters act on all these cases in a similar manner. Bv purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular de posits! the affected parts receive health, and a permanent cure is effected. The properties of Dr. Wai.kik's Vinboai 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 oest safe guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc. Their Counter-irritant in flue nee extends throughout tlie 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 ol Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc Fort ify the body against dlttease 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. Dlreetlo- Take of the Bitters on going to bed. at night fra a half to one and one-half wme-glassfull. Eat good aourishing fowl, such as beef steak, mutton, chop, venison, rast beef, and vegetables, and take otit-door ex.rci-is. '1'iey are composed of purely vegetr able ingredients, and contain no spirit. I. WALKER, ProoV. McDOIf AI.D 4fc CO., Druggists and Gen. Agts. . San Francisco and New York, 49- SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS. MOTHERS! MOTHERS ! I MOTHERS!!! Don't fall te rocre MRS. WINS IOW3 SOofniNQ SYRUP FOtt CHILDREN TEETHING This valuable r.rs.Hon nas tn used wlia NEVER-FAILING bUGCESS IN THOUSANDS OF CASES. It not only rHleves th child from vin.trat Invhr ) gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will Orttns In the Bwwcle ana Wins! Cello. We believe ft Is th BEST and St'RKHT REMKD1 IN TH K WORLD, in all case or DYSENTERY AND PIARliHKA IN ClULPIiKN, whether arising from teething or any other cause. Depend upon It, mothers, it will give net to your selves and j . Relief aad Health te Year lata at. Be sare and call for "Itlra. YVIaslew'e 4aa1as; Syr a a," Having the far-simile of CURTIS PERKINS on the outaide wrapper. Sold by Druggists thronghont the world. na USED AND RECOM MENDED BY THE MOST 1 EMINENT PHYSICIANS IN NEW ENOLANO FOR THE LAST 46 YEARS. M NOTHING BETTER n, CUTLER BROS. & CO, BOSTON. tmrt seen stn sold or tne Drurelsts THE, GETTYSBURG KATALY1K WATKK Is sold at the nring at tite following ra.t? Thrv- pa It on demijohn,f-i, each. Hix-srallon demijohns, t-VNieach. Gases of two do-n quart bottles, $8,(10 earn. If neifthbortaftT druggist do not kcp it. invalids may have It sent from the Spring bv Railroad or Ad urns Express, by inclosing rostofTice Mwney Orders or Checks. Physicians and Clergymen supplied for tbeir own use with three srallou demijohns at f 2 50 each ; with six-gallon domijohns at $3.V.em'-b: with c-aans of 1 wo dosen quarts at fA.Mieftch. Medical and clerical vocation must le certified by nearest Post- master, or other responsible partie. Address WHIT NEY BROS.. 227 H. Front St., Philadelphia. Pa. 30 New 8ons and 2f Keeeipt mailed free. T. F. WOOD. Vernon, N. J. $30 Kr Week and aipenacs said. Wewant a l citable aeent in .T-ry County H the. V. ! Aldress llaaiaaa IC Irsr Wire C... 1 O Maidea Lane. N. Y..or lit. aco. III. O. K. II. So. ?. Wny.y wiiitimj to AnvRMTisRRs ..J-"" ' To- aaw tke asWertiweaaeat In thin paper. t m :r;i- . r ap i i n 1W1