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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The East. Bobkardt Uetzler, of Rochester, York, impelled by the green-eyed monster, hot Jacob Goetiman dead and then com mitted suicide Gan. Kilnntrick has the New York Timet for libel, for reporting wm ne vtviipatrica), vnen acting as Miais ter to Chili, " tried to force an abandoned -woman on Chilian society and was recalled The Mayor of Yeddo, Japan, and number of Japanese Ambassadors attended the launching of the steamboat Keiveda, wnica Has been built for the Japanese Gov ernment, at New York, last- week Henri i) ray ton died in New York on the 31st KV thn (Itmth nt thin ominsnl art , mi Ikr A matic profession is deprived of its finest ingor and the operatic stage of its actor A general meeting of the Koman ' Catholic clergy and laity is to be held JNew rork city, the object being to protest - against the enforcement of the British ot 1829 expelling Jesuits from that King dom. The Dean Academy, at Franklin, Mass., has been destroyed by fire. Loss, $120,000; u.urance, .uo,uuv.-.....uen. tvilpatncfc on the war path. After instituting his suit against the New York Times he forth. -with went for the Bangor Whilt to the of 930,000. The chiefj of both ueen neia in oonas to appear and wer me city of Titusville, Pa., been lighted with gas from, the Newton well, located five miles from the town J. M. Majorca. General Aeent of tha nnh.m in New York, has advised the Governor ne itepuDJic ot Cuba to remove Gen .. Ryan. Johh (jirmsr has been sentenced to ' hung, at Buffalo, for the murder of. Patrick r aney Ubarles Mar low was hung Millville, N. Y., on the 2d inst., for murder ot Wm. Bach man, in August, 1872, JMgnt stores were burned in Elmira, a, a., uu mo a,a OH. XiOSS, 3U,UUU. A Bins of river pirates recently forced entrance to the Hamburg do:-, at Hoboken, JM , X., and stole $60,000 worth of watches The Cuban harbor of Newport, has been seized by Government. Her commander, after pro ttiog against the aeisure, with true Spaas uh bravado, fired offo e of the privateer's guns, nailed the Cuban flag to the 'mast, threw his sword overboard, and, with erewjeft the vessel in high dudgeon Gerrit Smith is using his personal influence the release of some of the Ku-Klux confined in the Albany (N. Y.) Penitentia T7 who are evidently victims of ciremm- , stances Horace Greeley is rnralizinr ilia native huth in it - ..u:. - J -. ... vj wniwuMg, S. L. M. Barixiw has 'been elected Grand Sachem of the Tammany Societ7u....Gec. Grant and Phil Sheridan have been indulg . ing in a little piscatorial sport on the ; Jjawrenee. The pair are reported "as having niijmuuitcuiin Joaa or bass and pick erel in one day Two boxes of diamonds, rubies and sapphires from the Arizona dia mond fields have been on exhibition in New York. B. L. M. Barlow. of the recently formed Diamond Mining Company, states that they have pre-empted w,vw wies, aoa uftvo ou men at work. states, also, that the discovery was made oieuhjou m ;nina ago, ana mat as far back as a year ago, $300,000 worth of Arizona - diamonds were received in New York rorty thousand dollars' worth of smuggled goods were seized in New York the other day A new oil well took fire at Titusville, - ioucuuijr, una rauuiy Domed lour men. ......Simeon Leland, one of the well-known leland brothers, hotel proprietors, died --vn iwvuouo, xi. i., last week. Tm Continental Sugar Refinery, in South ; Boston, has been destroyed by fire. The loss is $500,000 The Grand Jury has pre sented an indictment against L. J. Jennings, F tit. XT IT ! m - .... . " ion ior liDel on lien. Kilpatrick Gen. Diven has resigned "jwarresiaency. The West. ' If mil Barn urn's show was parading the streets ol Terra Haute, Ind., the other day, the officers and employes of the Prairie City HUE miMFlAl nnt . 41 - . , " " v uiv jjrucesDioD. About the same time an adroit thief aliened in the back vit itnA li f era, .l.n..t c nmi . - j ; fc"-. wi fwjuuu 01 uua a mcus sewB Irom Fort Sullv. v Dakota, ia tn Uia ,tr iL.1 . 1 -wi , -- mi loiniirgraiia expedition, which rendezvoued at Fort Rice for the purpose of guarding the surveying , , 'j vua uunuora jracinc railroad, was ready to march on the morning of the 26th . ult., and undoubtedly left at that time. The - Indians are very hostile, and it is almost certain tney will attack the party A dia- mond mining company has been formed in ' Ban Francisco, with a r-anital nFtin nnn nnn SramUv B,frlow and George B. McClellan, of .A. a D TV M. mmr sj. . Mrs H.mlrt rw V r A m I ' Hi UOUCCDi XUU mines are said to be near the headwaters of u Vj"'oraao na reported to be very ricJ?,.. company now Having in the Bank of California $100,600 worth of cut diamonds, , and one in the rough weighing 102 carata. A. large number of rubies and emeralds have been obtained in the same locality H. K. Whittlesev. monev raneivinv lorlr ir, h. , Adams Express Company, at Cincinnati, mat, week, and S,000 of the company's funds recovered from, him. He - is injail....A shooting afiray at Ellsworth, Kansas, recently, resulted in the death of a aexas aesperado named Oliver, and a man irom juicnigan named Kennedy The mysterious disappearance of Berthold oveiner, Business manager for the French Band, with a large sum of mJhey belonging to the band, is puzzling the Chicago detec tives. Some think he has absconded, while otlien fTorth theory that he has been uwui wiua. Thb motion for a new trial in the case of Mrs. Clem, the Indianapolis murderess, has neen overruled, and she is again sentenced to tne i-enitentiary for life The South ern Railroad Comnanv hu n.n,.i.j $150,000 worth of seven per cent, bonds of u VJ OI 'ncinnati, at 2i per cent., being the first installment of $10,000,000, which the city has voted fo that project The , i ? atone quarry at Aurora, 111., ex- pioaea last week, blowing the proprietor. iasey jertnoid, 150 feet, literally tearing him to pieces Dr. Andrews, of Indian- r"' iD m oeen elected president of the Indiana University, at Greencastle, in place Thb contract for concrete stone to be ued in the foundation of the new Custom House in Chicago has been awarded to the Lemont ( .J Btono Company at $2.65 per cubic 5 4; " 1U" an excitement in San Francisco over the diamond discoveries in Arizona, and many are preparing for a rusn to tne diggings A little child of Dr. o-eucnier, ot Springfield, 111., wandered into the doctor's office and drank some poiscnous arug,. irom the effects of which tne little fellow died ...... Lieut. Wheeler's ircui bc jen unc expedition nas left Salt ake, Utah, for Northern Arizona and Eastern Nevada. The party comprises 150 men and extensive outfit, mules, waeons. Advices from the Cheyenne Icdian r)j t .Kjt, represent tnat tnere is a trenvral ,l;,;i;,, v j , . , I . general disposition among the red skins of mat tribe to make trouble, and that a gen- "uuteai is imminent xne lieriu . l i : i- r-y- ... .. viiuuuti ui vsmcinnaii, m meeting assem- oiea, nave expressed tneir indignation at the expulsion of the Jesuits Irom Germany The exact locality of the diamond fields recently discovered somewhere out west is puzzling the uninitiated. It is said by some they are near the northern line of New Mexico and Arizona. Parties in San Fran cisco have been telegraphing to Denver, wu., Hsmg ior iniormauon, out tne Den erites seems to be as much in the dark as the Friscans. A POLicEofficer named O'Mara was wanton ly murdered in Chicago, on the 5th inst., by a notorious rough named Raflerty. The murderer is under arrest Mies McLaugh lin, of Clayton county, Iowa, kindled her last fire on the 6th inst. She used kerosene. the assessed valuation of the real and personal property of the State of Iowa for 1871 is $348,774,531 an increase in one year Now sued nit. best in law is libel of $13,180,531 A grain elevator, contain ing 155,000 bushels of cern and 50,000 bush els of wheat, was burned in Chicago on 5th inst. Total less about $120,000. CnicAGo's mortality roll for the month July foots up a total of 1,372, of whom half were children under one year of The deaths in June numbered 813 wife of Mr. John Mathewson, a respectable farmer of Fulton county, 111., was found murdered by some unknown person, week, while the family were engaged harvest work some distance from tho house. One of the most terrible hail-storms known recently passed over Lyon county, Iowa, causing immense damage. Hail stones ten to fourteen inches in circumfer ence poured down for thirty minutes, window-glass, and, in many instances, passing completely through the shingled roofs of houses. , Clintoh R. Wihslow, son of .Admiral Winelow, of the navy, aomniitted suicido shooting himself through the head, at Francisco, on the 7th of August .The mill of John McGraw, of Portsmouth, Mich., the largest and most complete in the coun try, was totally destroyed by fire on the of August, together with 4,000,00) feet lumber. Loss $300,00j ; insured for $175,000. Wm. Hewitt, one of Cleveland's wealth iest and boat citizens, died last week; Bright's disease ot the kidneys. The South. sn- has oil of be at tho an the his to ward on St. Me at Akkib. Gibson, of Nashville, committed suicido, the other- day, by hanging herself. Tucker ' Ballard, Marshal ot . Orchard, Ky.,' shot Martin Delaney dead, last week, while attempting to arrcr.Miim. The investigations being prosecuted -by the United States Commissioner at Browns ville, Texas, reveal a fearful record of mur der and plunder. Custom-House officers, drovers and others have bean murdered and around Brownsville by bands of Mexi can marauders, and droves of cattle been seized and driven over the - within sight of the city. Stolen cattle on arrival on Mexican soil, rebranded the thieves, and their recovery is thus ren dered impossible. The feeling among people is that they must protect .themselves, and a war of races is looked upon uq inevi table . r . Another outrage haa been committed the Texas border. . An officer of the Mexican army, at the head of an armed force, crossed the Rio Grande, seized owner of a ranch, and forcibly took into Mexican territory, together with a por tion of his stock A young man named Thomas jnet-with-sv ahoaking death at Louis ville the. other day. He vas caught in machinery of. a paper "mill and his head literally torn from his body, , . Cot. Kma, the. largcsLtock-raiser Texas, was recently attacked by a band Mexicans near his ranch. King escaped flight, but ose of his employes, a German, was killed. It is said these mest were sent to murder King, m order to prevent his ap pearance to testify, befoie the Commission Brownsville Nicholas (f. Sinnott, a pros perous Chicago merchant before the great fire, but ruined by that calamity, com mitted suicide in St. Louis recently. Evi dence before the American Commission Brownsville, Texas, shows that the cattle stolen by the Mexicans," near Brownsville, numbered 60,000 . head, valued at $1,000, 000. The Commissioners express astonish ment at the crimes and outrages the Mexi cans have perpetrated on the people Texas, as shown by the testimony taken. A BnowNsviLLB, Texas, special says the details ef the Mexican outrages, as given before the commission, are shocking. Men are made poor in a single day, the raiders crossing their herds over tho river, which is a weekly occurrence. , Men are killed for a dollar tribute. There is a reign of blood in the country, and people are armed, nighj. Washington. r The new Mexican Minister slated, in conversation at the capital, the other day. that he thought the new Mexican Presi dent, Lerdo de Tejada, will be likely to pac ify the country. Diaz and Neerete. he said, wore always making trouble. They will not be likely to do much hurt under the hew administration. The strongest re lations of amity and good feeling are main tained toward the United States. The following is the public debt statement for the month of July : Six per cent, bonds................. Fivo per cent, bonds ..... Total coin bonds-- ........... Lawful money debt.- Matured debt Legal tender notes .. Fractional currency Coin oertificut.es Total, without interest. Total debt.. Total interest.. Lah in Treasury , coin Cash in Treasury, currency-..... Total in Trefixiirv. Debt less cash in Treasury Decrease during the month J uly- ....$1,371,986,800.00 .... 414.567.3tHD.08 1.786.554.100.00 24.158 000.00 6.595.910.25 ... 3&6.0Mb.lb7.su 42,015.371.47 31.6!W,3fl0.U0 ... 2,247,009,929.21 .2.273.410,709.83 ,- -26,316,771.60 ... , 69.319.689.54 10,038,354.85 .- 85.358.044.39 2,188.058,656.44 of 3.42787.18 Tub Department of Agriculture has com menced the distribution of several superior varieties of fall wheat to all the States and Territories adapted to its growth.. This dis tribution will be completed during the cur rent month, when a large distribution of rye wiii.ioiiow. a ne payments made irom the Treasury, by warraats, -during July, were as follows-: Civil and miscellaneous. $7,311,582; war, $3,509,959; navy, $2,718, 402 ; Interior, pensions . and . Indians, $2,509,800. Total, $16,849,783. Trbasubxb Bpimher, during an attack of vertigo, the other day, fell from his chair and cut his head severely Commodores John L. "Worden and George F. Emmons are to be promoted to the rank of Sear Admiral. Foreign. SaviHTBBH thousand emigrants sailed from Liverpool for America during July The Paris Temps doubts the genuineness of the Livingstone letters sent bv Btanlev to the Herald. It quotes the opinion of the German geographer Kiepert, who discovers various geographical blunders in the letters. He thinks part of the narrative was in vented by Stanley, and hence the whole ia valueless, and hints that it is possible Stan ley never saw ttr. xnvmgstone. Ohb of the leading members of the Inter national Society in Europe predicts its dis solution at the next general oo'r'gress, to be held at the Hsgue in September Thanks giving services for thn great' success of the new French loan were held in the churches throughout France on Sunday, the 4th of August The French National Assembly has adjourned until November Dr. IIou- ard has put in a claim against Spain f ir damages occasioned oy nis imprisonment. The claim will come before the Spanish Ameriean Commission, now sitting at Wash ington City ...Late advices from South America report that the ' Indians, in large numbers, are invading and ravaging the Argentine provinces west of the Platte. Settlements have been plundered, houses burned, and in some cases women and chil dren perished in the flames. At one nlace . r -E i . i . . . , . . F'J " xngusn resiaents aeiended themselves six hours arainet a h, rrl r savages, uniu tne nouse toey held was burned under them. This invasion, it is said, will postpone, if not vrevent alto gether, the threatened war between the Ar gentine Confederation and Brazil A dis patch from Suez" reports th-t 2,000 Egyp tians have invaded Abyssinia with aview te conquest, and that the Abyssinians were marching to meet the inv. ders The Southern provinces of France have been visited by heavy freshets, causing great des truction of property. A Londoh correspondent telegraphs as fol lows on the 6lh inst. : According to an in terview between Stanley and the corre spondent of the London Telearavh. Dr. Liv ingstone forwarded quite a number of letters t England. Considerable controversy is likely to arise as to the manner in which Dr. turk, British Consul at Zanzibar, has acteu. a ui a apparent. lacK oi enterprise and sympathy on the part of Dr. Kirk was the subject of conversation between Livingstone the of over age. The last in ever rid dling by San saw 7th of of. Crab in have river, are, by the on re cently the him the in of by at in of and Stanley. Tho latter ascribed it apathy, but Dr. Livingstone said : " No, is jealousy." " How can that be ?" asked Stanley. Livingstone answered : "You not know the circun.etances of this expedi tion of which I have charge. At my request it was offered by Dr. Murchison to Dr. Kirk. He refused it." Here an extraordinary alleged by Mr. Stanley may be mentioned. In the course of nine months, eleven pack ages of letters sent by Dr. Hosmer through Mr. Webb, the American Consul at Zanzibar, reached Stanley at Ujiji. Stanley gave Livingstone the solemn promise that would deliver with his own hand, or place in the London Postofiice, the diary of years of hislastexpedit:on,which he has sent to his daughter, and the letters to Jjord Granville, to the Geographical Society, and his private friends Next to the expulsion of the Jesuits, the subject most discussed Germany just now is the necessity of tho now of emigration to the United States. The vast increase of emigration this year seems to have awakened the Gov ernment 'o the realization of its loss, and cue is given to tho semi-ofhcial and con servative press to raise the cry of alarm, which they are doing with a vim. Berlin newspapers are filled with doleful accounts from various districts where vil lages have been almost depopulated by " American fever." and, as a remedy, they demand tho levying of an emigration tax u tnaiers on every adult emigrant leaving the country, During astorm on the English coast, on 5th inBt., six fishing vessels were capsized and all on board perished During Parliamentary elections in Quebec, Canada, on tne otn inst., a serious not occurred tween the English and French speaking people, in wnicn one person was kiued and ia nuicu uuo person was Kiuea ana three wounded by pistol Bhots Tho fre- : i j . t-. . i .uoui;jr vi iniiruau usauaiues in xjtigjanfi causing much comment,-and Parliament been asked to inquire into the management ot tne railroads, witn relation to tne salety of passengers -Minister Bchenck, Gen. bberman and .bxptorer Stanley occupied seats in the visitors' gallery of the British i-arnament, during tne session ot the inst A Madrid newspaper, speaking tne iiuoan insurrection, says I3,tutl rebels have been killed, and 70,000 submitted tne Spanish authorities. Ten- thousand horses, 58,000 arms, and 2,000 swords have been captured...... Constantinople advices tne z4tn ult. state that the Turkish authori ties have ordered two agents of the British Bible Society to leave Borrussia. Their books were seized, and" the sale of Protestant works prohibited. Tho British Embassy at Constantinople is investigating the affair Late news from Matamoras, .Mexico, says that I re vino accepts tne am nesty it' the Government will remove Gorza Ayata and become responsible lor his revo lutionary acts. . . . The Italian municipal elections have re sulted favorably to the Liberal candidates in nearly every instance The Spanish Cabinet has submitted the draft ef -a bill King Amadeus for the abolition "of slavery throughout the dominions of Spain Con siderable ' excitement has been createc throughout Ireland by the reported discov ery of gold near the town of Kinsale The French Government still keeps a strong military force at the coal mines, the scene of the recent disturbances. The object the Uhicago agent, said to be at work among the miners, is to induce the disaffected emigrate to America. The Internationals of Belgium are also at work feraentinir dis content, and the Frenoh Government is de termined to employ the most vigorous measures to weed tnem out. The Geneva Arbitration. a Geneva, July 30. The Board of Arbitra tion met at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and. aiter a turee uoura sitting, aajounred un til next Monday, to give time lor the con sideration of special questions which have arisen. Geneva, July 31. There is complete har mony in the Board of Arbitration, and a speeay settlement ot alt questions before the xriounai is expected within a lew weeks. Geneva, Aug. 1. Nothing definite can be attained regarding the proceedings of the last sitting oi tne isoara. it is reported mat aii tne grave questions nave been set tled, and that the arbitrators are now studying the details of the prospective ad- justment. No official communication will. nawever, oe mrnisned to the press nntil the final settlement, which is likely to be reached much sooner than is expected. It is stated that the English representatives nave presenter! w me Board a supplemen tary caso establishing, in the belief of ihe signers, that England faithfully executed ner laws in connection witn the Confeder ate cruisers. The American agents have in consequence submitted a retort to the effect that the questions cannot be judged from the mere local standpoint of English law alone, and arguing that England's liability ior tae ravages committed DV privateers arises principally from her non-fulfiilment ot the maxims of international law. Geneva, Aug. 5. It is now expected that the Board of Arbitration will complete its work within a month. The adjournment of last week was due to the necessity of ex cuttuiug cuuiiuumcations witn tne uabinet at Washington. Geneva, Aug. 5. The Board of Arbitration met at noon to-day and adjourned at 3. A considerable amount of business was dis posed of, no obstacle occurring to impede progress. No confidence, whatever, is to be piacea in tne rumors which, are mib- lisbed from day to day of the decisions of tne Board. The strictest secrecv is enioineH on and maintained by every person connect er witn tne urt, to prevent the premature publication and improper use of news in the stock markets ot Europe and America. Geneva, Aug. 6. The Board of Arbitrators met at noon, to-day, and at 3 adioumed un til to-morrow. Nothing with regard to to uay proceedings nas transpired. .New York, Aue. 6. A snecial rli..nath from Geneva says that, as arbitration pro- giwnco, ut pruuttuiiiues increase that the verdict will be against England, and that it will be in the form nf a declaration of her responsibility for the acts of the Confederata cruisers, and an award of a gross amount of uamageB oi some magnitude, thus obviating " iwuii w cuMuui Assessors, x no Amer ican counsel will apparently endeavor to secure mis instead ot a detailed award. Tha judgment of the Court on each particular ouip is, luwcmre, oi less consequence than it otherwise would have been ; but there is reason to believe that the case of the Geor gia is tne weakest, and has been practicallv abandoned. The case of the Shenandoah, uuncfw, lo fjTOBBmg cioseiyv . .indemnity ;or losses to the whaling fleet is especially urged. The discussion proceeds faster than was gen erally expected. The English counsel give particular emphasis to the argument that tae j.riDuoai, under tne Treasury of Wash ington, has no right te examine the conduct oi England in ner execution of municipal i 'it i .. . . i , .. . r xuey maintain mat no nation is re sponsible to another for its internal admin istration. Genkva, Aug. 7. The Board, at its session yesterday, was engaged in h aring the argu ments ot the British and American counsel in relation to the case of the cruiser Shen andoah, which case, it is understood, is now closed. The reassembling ef the Courts is J fixed lor Thursday, but ii is iiossible that it may not meet again nelore next week. Letter from President Grant. President Grant has addressed the following letter to Samuel Bard, William Cratchiield, W. P. Bathbum and J. J. Bryan, a committee in behalf of the city of Chattanooga. Tenn.. and U. S. Chamberlain and others of the Board of Trade of Chattanooga : Utioa, N. Y., July 31 Gentlemen : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the resolutions of the Board of Aldermen, the Mayor, and the Board of Trade of the city of Chattanooga, extending to myself and Cabi net an invitation to spend a portion of our summer vacation in their city and on Lookout Mountain. I am not prepared at present to accept the invitation eithor on my own part or on the part of the Cabinet, but I will, in a very few days, lay the invitation before the gentlemen who are embraced in it, and will then give his Honor the Mayor a definite answer. It would afford me great pleasure to visit the people of the city of Chattanooga. I return sincere thanks to the Mayor, Aldermen and Board of Trade for the invitation which they have U. S. GRANT. Watches. do Dr. he in the the of the the Nowadays, watches are easily obtained and as easily carried, being so small a lady can wear one in her narrow belt ribbon though we by no means approve of that careless way of wearing useful ornaments, and no lady values her watch for its time-keeping properites will so ill-use it. But fancy one of our modern belles in possession of an old-fashioned watch ! It was orig inally a comparatively huge and " bung ling" thing, and was moved by weights in short, it was only a '"little clock," a pocket edition thereof, as it were. cases were at first made of iron, and account of the weightsithad to be borne about in a suspended position, as by cord about the neck, hanging down the breast. It was only a little over three centuries ago, about the year 1555, that thj Bpring was devised, doing away with weights, and rendering the instru ment more readily and safely portable. These springs were then only straight pieces of steel, not coiled as now, occupying more space. The watch those days had butone index or hand, required to be wound often, two or three times a day. The faces on dials were metal, brass usually, and the cases were without crystals, but opened in front at the back, not unlike the " hunting watch " case of to-day. Tho case from five to tix inches in diameter fashion which modem indisposition " bear about large weights " would As may be readily coa- unruly nsuiiir uo icnunr I - . - j ,i ,nfu f ihna timaa urns jectured, the; watcn Of those times was . i vepv f rwT.iv arrair. worm more man manv is I - - J ' . a in cw dngiuQu mrui now is, a.nu. a long time in its construction. It is computed that the average value the watches of olden days was equiva lent to fifteen hundred dollars in currency. of to of all to of to Wonderful Statements. Unless hun dreds of our most responsible citizens have conspired to delude the commu nity, a medicine has at last been intro duced which is a specific for almost every human ailment, not involving the entire paralyzation or partial of the organ or organs which it exists. These witnesses testi fy (in some instances from their own personal experience, in others on behalf of others) that dyspepsia, liver com plaint, remittent and intermittent ver, nervous debility, and numberless other diseases, are rapidly and radically cured by this new remedy. Jt hails from California, and has in two years over leaped all compotitors among advertised and become par excellence the medicine o f people: California is an exceptional region. its vegetable-products, especially those of medicinal nature, have no equivalent else where, and it is from the choicest of these that Dr. J. Walker prepares his famous alco holless Vinegar Bitters, the invaluable in vigorant, nutrient, laxative and alterative which we refer. Those who have tested curative properties of this marvelous prepara tion pronounce it the most comprehensive remedy ever offered to mankind, and assert that there is no inorganic disease which it will not subdue. As a family medicine, we recommend it without reserve. Com. Oh, mother! mother 1" .'"What. son?" ' Mayn't I have the big Bible in my room to day ?" " Yes my child, in welcome. You don't know what pleasure it gives me to see your thoughts turn that way. Uut -what sticks are those in your hand ?" " Why, tran- trieeers. Here's the standard, vou see. that's the flipper, and the one with the fat meat on the end is the Ions triccer. There's a mouse keeps coming into my room and insulting me, and I want to set the big Bible for a dead fall, and try and knock the stuffing out of him." Pjmples and brown spots on the face. Eruptions, .Blotches, Scrofulous Dis eases, and all sores arising from impure blood, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverv. 609 A new kind of kindling wood for kindling coal fires is offered i'or sale. It is oak wood, chemically prepared, with all. the moisture extracted, and it is claimed that a coal lire can be kindled with it in one half the time of any other wooa. A Wash for the Head. Burnett's Xalliston is cooling, cleansing, and re freshing. It is highly recommended after shaving, softening the beard and rendering the skin smooth. Com. The great success of the new French loan is the subject of considerable corn met in financial circles. . The total sub scriptions were equal to $4,200,000,000 gold, or about double' our national debt. This is without parallel in his tory. Whether for use on man or beast, the Merchant's Gargling Oil will be fonnd an in valuable liniment, and worthy of use bv every resident in the land. We know of no proprietary medicine or article now used -in tho United States which shares the eood will of the people to a greater degree than this. -ZV. Y. Independent. A college for journalists will be opened in Paris next September. A. Neffizer, the eminent editor of Le Temps, will be f resident ol the college, and A. (iuer- oult, Emil de Giradin, and Alphonse Karr will be the trustees. Chapped Hands, face, rough skin. pimples, ring-worm, salt-rheum, and other cutaneous affections, cured, and the skin made sott and smooth, by using the J dnipeb Tab Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard St Co., New York. It is more convenient and easily applied than other remedies, avoiding the trouDie ox tne greasy compounds now in use. Com. Ti-E Philadelphia Sunday School Times aays of Geo. P. Kowoll & Co., of New York : They are the most enteiprisuMr. cromnt. systematic and reliable Advertiaintr Agents with whom wo are acquainted. We have had some most satisfactory dealings with them in some extensive advertising plans in our busi ness. luom. Some young men are a little partial to Diue-eyeil maaens ; others like dark- eyed lasses ; but the mon-eyed girls nave tne moat admirers. If you want a perl'ect-fi ttine collar. buy the Elmwood. If you want a collar to wear longer than any other, buy the Elm wood. The Elmwood collar is for sale at all Uents iurniBhmg stores Com. Henry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Maine, was cured of spitting blood, soreness and weaKnes9 or tne stomach by the use of John son's Anodyne Liniment. Com. A want has been felt, and expressed by physicians for a safe and reliable purga tive Such a want is now surmlied in Par- i n j ti 7 r m Crista do no s Excethiob Hair Bye stands i nn rival vit and alone. Iihi... rit liv lieeu bo uni versally ftcknowlUli'-l tli it I I vmil l Un h. aiinprrn- ffation lo descant ou tin mi any further nothing can beat it. Cam. Fiaoo's Instant Relief bas stood twentv .- a "v. wsiiiiniimi t'i ts'v .mrafnrttc rnir i(j . an Jtucumaric. Aeura JIC. iicau. juar huJ Uncle ache. or money refuudt-d. (Join. Triumphant fob Twenty Yeabs More than twenty year ago the Mustang Liniment made itsi but in Ihe Wvst. its cure; of tlw various external d l-eases of lior.oa uml ialtln AHtoniMhmi thn nlsnion, I and farmer of the MM-unsippi and Ohio Valleys, and a demand fur it hnnmir nil which I .tr-OKHiiatiw. itm iiiaiiuittciure on an cxtenH.TO scale. Soon the dis covery wiw made that it wa a grand H pacific for rneiiinatirtui. fiont. i:enra.m, earache, toothache, and other xt rial ailmeuis of mankind. Then it , Was tried aa u. hou liner nnin killintf Annlicatinn in I (meo ji urn warn injury, muii an chip, oruises, burns, spasms, etc.. aud w.w found npially ser iceable. The ?.me u' ,e new r,dy for some of the moat paintul ii U that afflict mankind and the lower animal, i spread rapidly, and Mustang Tj.nimknt soon took I rank in evey Ma ana Territory ot the Union as a OMnuAUU CUBS LUOUl. that RtrrTURB can be cured without suffcrine. Elastic Trusses aro eunersedino others. Before buyine Metal Trusses or porters, send for a descriptive circular to Elastic Truss Co.,683 Broadwav.N. Y. fCom. PEOPLE'S CHOLERA REMEDY. Its on a on and of and of and was a to -For Oveb Thirty Yeabs- PEBRY DAVIS FAlN-KILliER Hub leen tasted in every variety of climate, and almost every uation known to Americans. It ia constant companion ami inestimable tnend of mianionary and the traveler, on sea or land, and no should travel on our or rimer without U Since the I'AIN-KII.LKH was lirat introduced, met with such extensive anle, many r,mimmtft Reliejt Panaceas, and other Hemedim have been nfft-rrd to public, but nnoe of theiu have ever attained tho enviable Handing ot the VAtN-KIl.LKR. winr IS THIS so? It is because TIAVI8' PAIN-KILLER is what claims to be a reliever of pain.- Its Merits Abe Unsurpassed. If yon aresnflering from Internal Pain, Tteentu Thirty Drop, la a little water, -will almost inatantly cure yon. There ia nothing to equal it tor Colie, Cramp, bpasm. Ifearlbwrn, Diarrhea, Dyenlerj, flux Wind in the Boieel. Boar Stomach, Dvpcpia and Heatlache. In sections of theoountry where FKVKU AND AGUE prevails, there is no remedy held greater esteem. Persona.traveling should keep it them. A few drops, in water.' will prevent sicKnesa bowel troubles from change of water. Fro m foreign countries tho calls for PAIN-KILLER aro great. It is found to CURE CHOLERA when other remedies fail 1 I . -r . n. , "";riiy. ns a imminent, nothing sives a quicker case 1., Burns. Braises Sprains. Cuts. Stings i " " ' - l remitTn tne ore. re quiring of our reniMTHR thn fir, the wonu-1 heals like ordinary sores. Thosesafterinfi with Khenmatirra, Gout, or Nenralgia. if pot a posi. live cure, they And the PAIN-KILLER gives them relief when no other remedy will. It give Instant helief from Achina Teeth. Itvery housekeeper should keep it at hand, and apply it on the first attack pain. It will giye satisfactory relief, and snye hoars of suffering. Do not trifle with yourselves by testing untried remedies. Be sure yon call for aud get genuine PAIN-KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be sold on the great reputation this valuable medicine. ir Directions accompany each bottle. Prices 25 cts.. SO cts and $1 per bottle. SOLD BY ALT, MEDICINE DEALERS.: For sale by all Chicago Dacoonm. - TO CONSUMPTIVES. le permauently cured . . , -.......... . i .'.j . VJ n iiipie remedy is anxious to make known to hiv fel low-sufferer, meeoa of core. To all who desire it, he will send copy of the prescription used (free of charge), with ifi,il rft,OD7i, 'rJprepar,nSand nin the same, which they will find a subs Ocas fob Consumptioh roTtiis' BaONCH1TIS' nl Throat or tung difll: Parties wishing the prescription will please address .ReT. KDWAKD A. WILSON. ure" J'enn street. Williamsburgh N. T The Markets. NEW YORK. a to the Beeves- Good Fair! " Hoos Dressed Cotton Middling. ...... Floub Extra Western.. Wheat No. 2 Spring 1 19 toKM Aimed western... Oats Western Rte Western Barley State Pobk Mess Labd. . ...... 12 fd 12$" 13 S 13 6 50 S 7 00 212a'S .. 7 30 8 00 & 1 61 1 74 93 13 50 8 CHICAGO. Choice. ........ Good Medium Grades....' Stock Cattle Common...., Inferior Hoos Live , Butteb Choice Eooa Floub White Winter Extra , Spring Extra Wheat No. 1 No. 2. Cork No. 2 Oats No. 2 Kye No. 2 . 6 00 5 65 5 00 3 25 2 00- 4 40 18 Babley No. 2 50 6 40 5 80 & 5 40 t 4 40 S 2 75 4 80 (S 22 11J 12 8 2o 10 00 6 00 (nl 7 75 1 32 1 33 1 31 1 31ii 42 5 42V 26 27 Pork Mess Labd Summer Winter. , 14 00 8 8 S 61 14 12J 8 ST. LOUIS. tVheat No. 2 Bed Winter . . Cobn No. 2 Mixed Oats Bye Barley , Labd Cattle Hood .. . 1 75 (S .. 39 28 O 32 60 - -. 5 .13 25 8 (S) 9 . 3 00 S 6 00 3 90 S 4 50 CINCINNATI. i Wheat New . . . Corn Mixed. . . Oats Bye Barley . 7 75 8 00 . 1 48 S 1 50 47 .. . 27 36 68 80 59 (S 60 .13 00 .. Labd 8V(S Hoos... 4 70 5 00 MILWAUKEE. Spring Extra 6 00 5 6 75 Wheat No 1 i 38 No. 2 Corn No. 2 Oats No. 2 Bye No. 1.. Barley No. -2 27 O 27$tS 61 (a) 58 CLEVELAND. Wheat No. 1 Bed 1 No. 2 Bed 1 38 Cobn 60 Oats 34. 55 (a) TOLEDO. Wheat White Michigan 1 Amber do 1 Cobn High Mixed Low do.... Oats No. 1 No. 2 58 47 48 47 31(S 48X 31 D' i MOTHERS! MOTHERS!! MOTHERS!!! on't fall to rroenre MRS. WIN. LOW'S SOOT II ING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. This valnabla vrsparation bas been nserl with NEVER-FAILING SUCCESS IN THOUSANDS OF It not only relieves the rhilil from fain, tint invig orates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives cone ana energy to tne wlioie system. It will also instantly relieve Grlplna; In the Bowels and Wind Colic. We lielieve it is the PEST and 8FBEST JtEMEDi IN THE WOELD, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIABUI1EA IN CHILDKKN, whether arising from teething or any other cause. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rrst to roar selves and Relief and Health lo Toar Infants. Be sure and call for " Mrs. Wlnslovr'a Soothlna- Syrup," ITaving tho fac-simlln of " CUETIS A PEBKIN8 on the outside wrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout tha world. Attention, Owners of ZZorses I TTIE ZINC CO 1.1,4 II PAl iflsuaranteed to cure itheworst caeer-f raw and in- named sire neck in TenDava. i 'and trorA: the Home every day. or money refunded : and will lint chafe nr wear tbe roan on ot the neck Jvor tale by Saddlerv Hardware Estab lishment and HarnoRs Makers. Manuftcturod by the I z.inu uullau cau uu . uuciianau Ditch. TH EA-NECTAR JS A PURS BLACK TEA' with the Green Tea Flavor-War ranted tosuitall tastes. For sale everywhere. Ann lor sale whole pale nuly hy the Great Atlantic A I'acinc 'lea to.. JNo. mi ruiron St., and 2 and 4 Church St., New York. P. O. Box ft-Vrri. Send lor Tea-aMectar i jrcuiar. Passes LrTuTECW;iRElEAf $30 Ier Week and expenses pail. Wewant reliable scent in t-v. ry Couniv ia tlm U. S. Andrew Hmlnmi It Iver Wire Co., I.--0 M.Uilca 1-Hii.-. N. Y.. or Chii ago. 111. T71 K. J? 6011 acres. 21st .. PIltKNIX, Uloominaton Nnrsery. III. I acres. 21st t ear. 12lrwtihniiAea. Trrm Hull.. iir riiiiiB, i u I n. ry siock. s uaiaioenes. 'C A GElMTSWan red. Agents maae n ore money s a. work for us than at anytntnaelse. Particnlara Ire . G. Stinsou A I'o.. Vine Art FublUher. PnrtUHl. MHin. HONKSTv enersetic, God-fearinit rnon nnd women, can hftvep!eaant.pronlablework;no risk or capi tal. Write II. L. Hastings. IU Uadall St..Boston.)rIass, An Island Sea That Never Gives Up Its Dead. the t-y tlie the one and the it to Sick in by or all ana mnA of the of of the a persons drowned in Lake Pnhoe within thepist 10 years; none ot tne oodles nave ever been recovered. Superstition, ever ready to weave a senfation from Nature's laws, asserted that there was a doubtful mys tery in the non-recovery of the drowned; that, in fact, a monster had its abode in this fresh water sea, and that the bodies hi I passed into his capacious maw. The true explanation of this mystery never has been given. The non-appearance of the bodies is due to three causes : 1 he first is, the great purity of the water, and its consequent lack of buoyancy. Drowning is very1 easy in it, for this reason, though I have not, while swimming in it, found any. more than ordinal y difficulty in sus taining myself. The second and main cause is due to the jreat coldness of the water. Even at this, the warmest sea son, the surface water is as cold as the drinker desires it to be, but it is warm there complied with its temperature al the depth of 100 or 200 feet. . It is cold there as the arctic heat of aa iceberg. When a body f-inks in the lake to' the depth required, it is frozen stiff. The process, of course, preserves it, so that the gas which originates in the body f om decay in other water is prevented, and distension checked. The body is thus kept in a Btate of greater specific gravity than the water in which it is suspended, and thereby prevented from rising to the surface. The third cause lies in th. great presfuro of the pure water on an thing which is sunk to a great -depth in it. Corks placed on dep sea nets are pressed down in a week to half their size; and oho of the oldest residents of the lake expresses the belief that, by the time a man's body has been suspended for a week at a depth of about 200 feet (it is not likely that it ever reaches the cavernous find almost fathomless bottom of the great lake), the compiession of the water has reduced its size to that of a child's. Doubtless the idea of uncoffined sus pension in such a -"world of water" is not a pleasant one te contemplate; but to be pressed into a solid mass, and sus pended in a liquid coffin of ice temper ature, is quite as pleasant as interment and ruddering in the ground. Lake Pahoe Letter to San. Francisco Bulletin. ' ' A medical student writes that he has seen a dead child in excellent spirits at tuts medical college. 10,000 FARMERS, WANTED To Improve l.iOO.ftnn seres of the lands of the Inn Railroad Land t'o.. comprising the Government rail- ruwi KrnnM to me lows lines ot tne umcaao and i-m- inwesiern, Illinois uentral, and a-onx C ity and Ps'-ilic Railways. Toe e lanrs are not mortgiged. u,u ,,,, Litsii ur time, who o per cent, in terest and are mainly locateo in The Middle Kegion of Western Iowa, A lineiy watereiland perfectly drained district, fever and tHine being miknown. with soil aud climate un surpassed lor profitable farming. Over 37.01MI acre sold within the last two months to settlers from Illi nois and the Oder Northwestern 8tales. Kxamine mi" umirici oeiore going west. ow is the time to Sers'S n llnmn nl A .1 a mi ft - mt,wm. In the valley of the Boyer. the Soldier, the Maple or the Little Sioux. A gents at railroad stations are provided with plats. pi iwh auu gouu teams to snow tne lanas tree to pur ehare. Laud exploring tickets receivable for land purchased, can he had in Chicago (Wells Street Depot and S. Canal St.), and the railroad offices in Clintou and Dubuque, or at our main office as below. Land buvers should call at this office or send and ob Bain a Uuide. It costs nothing aud gives descriptions, locations, prices, terms and all net-dful information. county mai-B Knowing lanas tor sale also sent free. Call on or iddrsu .1(1 If It i' I.llnf Tl' Land Comuiissioner Iowa Railroad Land Co.. Cedar Rapids. Iowa. ECONOMY IN MOURNING I Cheapness i Durability : TBLB MEW FATSNT ALBERT CRAPE lias oeen spld for Over Two Tears, giving Opinions front Wearers "The Albert Crape which I have worn w-. wr nearly syesr nas atler the roughest uaags turned out to be most ex cellent. I have been so much pleased with the wear of the Albert Crape, that I can strongly recommend it." " I have found the Albert Crape to be a really good trustworthy article, and much cheaper than any I ever nad." SOLD BY " ' MILLINERY At DRY GOODS DEALERS. A. Wellington Hart & Co.3 ADJUSTERS OF CLAIMS FOR INSOLVENTS & BANKRUPTS. . neouara Bl., iM. X. . 3" BKrKREMCES Or IIlOHEBT CHARACTEB. St nd for Circular. (JREAT ASTERN O.B0X 1079 PITTSBURGH.! r.ri ech-TjOftdtna? Sht An tin S4n to 10tV Tlnnttl Rl.nt I Onus. $8 to SlSO. Single Guon. $3 to $20. Kiile, 8 to - UHTOIverM. 90 10 ZD. oENP STAMP FOR 1'BJC- .1 miy irutu. nevoiver. ttc, oouont or- traded for. Vr Arten Erbschaften unrt Beholden tchiiell- . u ns emoben rturoh dip A rent u r von J. r ritt m u r r J.ecms Awair, Columbia, Lancaster Co., I I is I the Eat out-door J. Pa. TUIT DCOTI rT Agents. Wo-k at home or lift. UtUI I traveling, fay. 1-artlm TAKE lars Iree. Address at one. Our Fireside Friend. Juicaeo. j FOR SAIjE At a low price, and on easy terms, one of the most Iwautiful and des-rable homes in antral Illinois, with all. or a part of 3di acres of inuu. an unuer cultivation, jrnr description and full pMiwuin,Buu(Hu r 1J VV A 11 II JU.Nr.s. Maroa. Macon connty. Illinois. The Kins of the Bodyis the brain : th stomach in main support; the nerree its meBSFufrrrs ; the w 7, Juo niuues na tne pores its ftatveuards. IndtsTOBtlon ermtM n Tinls. r t. t ii cries of the regal organ , and to bring them Wack to iho uuiy mere is noming use rne re&Tniatiii?. purify- f.iB uMiKuiauiiK, twilllK upr11on OI X ARRANT 8 Effk vr.8CEKT Seltzer. Aperient. Tr rinn.in.i th. nynipiu aua restores to neaiin Dotn tna body and Hie fOLO BY A IT. DRFOOTRTS Iirilliant Colors and Best Black in Six Cord Thread. J.&P.C0ilTS' BEST SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS. m No. 8 ta 100 inclusive. FOB Hand and Machine Sewing. fifi p"otorrlii of piHtinmishe.1 Persona UUU sent postpaul for .lit cents. Address WM. L. POWNKS. Box m. TtojJS. Y. EM for St. I and from ' SS.oe a of tor dred a id tlie DR. t-oi.Koet the Jnst ' for In Vinegar -Bitter are not a vtle Fancy Drink, made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and -Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened 16 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 aative roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great Blood Purine! and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorate- of the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and invifrorating both mind and body. Tmry are easy oi administration, prompt in lueir aciiun, ccndui u uku results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease. No Person oaa take ttteaa Blttore accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral aoison orothei means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. - . ' I Dyspepsia, or Indla-estlon. Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the'Khest, Dis ztness. Sour Eructations of -the Stomach,' .Bad Tasta in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks,' Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. Ia these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. for Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of wornanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon percep. tible. . l For Inflammatory and Chronic Klieu- matlim 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 arecaused by . Vitiated Blood, wh'ch is generally produced by derange, ment of the Digestive Organs.- t - - They are a Qentle Pursrattve as well aa a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam. mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, 'and in Bilious Diseases. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car buncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skip, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug np and carried out of the system in a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the meet incredulous of their curative effects. . - Cleanse the Vitiated Blotter whenever you find, its impurities bursting through the skip ip Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob structed and sluggish in the veins ; deanae it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. Grateful thousands proclaim VipECAK Bit TBR9 the most wonderful Invigorant that'ever sustained the sinking system. . . - . - Pin, Tape, and other Worms, larking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually de stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol- . ogist : There is scarcely an individual apod the face of die earth whose body is exempt from the presence-of worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of .the body thae .:&$n HStMistZ 111 No system of Medicine, no vermiituirc&: tin anrhlmin.- itics, will free the system fiom worms like, these Bit- iu9cn.a.nlcaJ Dlseasei. Pennn. MMDar.'. Paints and Minerals. sucU as Plumbers, Type-setters,, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as thev ailianr m life, -au be subject to paralysis of the Bowels. 1 ToKUxrd against tius take a aose ot walker's Vinkgar Bittkrs once or twice a week, as a Preventive. utiioua, llemftttant, and Intcri-witttent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our Kreat rivers throughout the TJnited States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, .Illinois, Ten nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas; Red, Colorado, Brazos, CI. 1" - J I I . T . .... . I . . n ' jviu uluuo, en, Aiaoama, BioouetOavannan, Koan- oke. Tames, and manv others, with their ni trilmta. ties, throughout our entire country during the Summer ana Autumn, and remarkably so dunng seasons o4 unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. - TlieriariinimMU, obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and irreat torpor of the bowels, being clogged np with vitiated accumulations. . In their treat ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these various organs, is essentially necessarv. ; There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walkxk's Vimbgar Bittkrs. as thev will sneeUllv mon tho dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions ef the liver, and eenerallv restoring the heaftlMrfunciinns. of the digestive organs. ' " Scrofula, or Kins' Kvll, White, Swellins. Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves. etc, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Dis eases, Walker's Vinkgar Dittkrs have shown their great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract able cases. f - - . . , . ' Dr. Walker's California Tinearsr 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 (the tubercular deposits) the aflected Darts receive health, and a iwrnwni put. effected. The vronertles of Da Wmm' ITimcia Bittkrs are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative, Nstritious. Laxative. Diuretic. Sedative. Counter-irri tant. Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. . The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of De. Walker's Vinkgar Bittkrs are the best safe guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous system, stomach; and bowels, either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramn. tc Their Counter-Irritant influence -extends throughout system. 1 hefl- Diuretic oronerties act on the Kid' neys, correcting and regulating the flow ef urine. Their Anu-miious properties stimulate lite nverrwi tne secre tion of bile, and Its discharges through the hiliarv doers. and are superior to all remedial agents, for sic cure os t:i: ir . i.- . uiiiwua l.ci, r c,ri una Ague, ere Porllfv the body uralsae disease bv ourf- fyine all its fluids with Vinkgar Bitters. No eoi- 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 Brest invig orant. J . - Directions. Take of the Bitters on oiric to bet night from a half to one and one-halnvftne-aiassfull- good nourishing foad. such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beeL and veeetablesi and take exercise. They are composed of purely veget able ingredients, and contain no spirit.-v .-- ' .i WALKER, Prop'r. R.H. McDOSTAl.0 efc CO., Druggists and Gen. Agts. , San Francisco and New York. - SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS- DEALERS. $50.00 AlBO lOl' I'AMPAIU.1 iaOOlM Ajllrtu(lHllJr, fkbD'A PI BiS. PUBLISHING HOi SIC Chtrtro f.itw-iu. natt. St. Lonis. New Orleans, or Naw Tora. VALUK TO IfVEKYBODY Old or younjr, high or low, mala or female, sick or well, rich or poor. Send a three-cent BotitVaTe a tan-in circular. Address DO BSON. HATKK& A CO., lionis. Mo. Agents wanted. The Gettysburg Jiatalysine Water, Nature's trreat remedv for T Time Mia. Bheumatlsm. Gont, Henralgla, Kidrtey, Urraary, Nerroaa, Heart, other Chronic Diceasee. tm bottled and sect direct the snrinff at Gettvabnrff. Pen a., to invalids wherever rMidinff. Price per single casA of two doies qurt bottlea, w percent, discount in favor of clertrymen and physicians tor water for their own ose.' Medial and clerical profession must be certified by the nearest roBunasieror oiner rsronsiote persooa. - Wherednifarilido not keen it. invalid mit Inrtnu certified check or PatofHc ntoney order to WHIT NEY BROS.. 227 South Front street,Pbitadelpbia, Pa. Imparted Animal and Fowl L. B. Pi Iver. Salem. O. To Adrertlflfini. A II ryervona hn rtn mviaisk, makinc contracts with newapapera fos tha ineertioa) Advertisements should send to a Oirmlar nr Inelnaa 2. Mtihi fnr (KaIv Am a. l I'nar Pamfhltt9 contvining Lists of Jt.onv Nawspapen and estimatVa showing tb cost of dvr tiiing. also manv useful hint toadvertiMra nA a,.tn csonnt of the experiences of man who are known aa Hacrepafol Advei-iiaem. Thi firm ar proprie tors of th American Newspaper Adrartising Agency are possessor! of nneqnaled facilities! or seenrina insertion of advertisements la all KesmpafMn-s and WHITTIER. "?. fAKli-aWi- euaased. ami most sunr-Msiul physiUan ol aire. Consultation or n. uin). lut I.A. .fa.fi ; . . piibliaheI for the .benefit of ynuaa: sim whoauner '-"iiii j r... arwiH9Al HepaaTes. 2stampa; a book 260 pages, iliuatrated, totan cents. REWARD Fos any cans of Blind. Bleedinc. Itching or Ulce rated rile, that I) Bias's 1'ii.b Bbmeot fails tc care. It is prepared ax preaslv to care tbe Piles and nothing else. Sold b; all Druggists. i'ric$l.oo O. M. U. No. 32. WHEN WRITINO TO A DV ERTISRtfri tllat''a"r, TM nW lho v9 rilse;ei