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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The East. - CoififODOB Durtea, of the Now York - Yacht Club, has been expelled for conduct unbecoming s gentleman. His offense con sisted of claiming a race in which his yacht rounded the wrong buoy, and receiving stakes aa a winner Nearly 12,000 Ger man immigrants arrived at New York dur ing July. The total during the year, up to August 1, is 78,386 Jacob E. Eckleldt, aged 70, Chief Assayer in the United States Mint died in Philadelphia last week. He was a son of Adam Eckfeldt, who was appointed Chief Coiner of the Mint by President 'Washington The great trot over the Buf falo course, on the 10th of August, between those noted flyers, Goldsmith Maid, Lucy, American Girl and Henry, was one of the most exciting races ever contested in this country, ana was witnessed by an immense concourse. The result of the struggle is a striking exemplification of the uncertnintirs of horse racing, being won by Lucy, follow ed by american Girl, with Goldsmith Maid third, and Henry fourth. Time 2:181, 2:171, 2:101, 2:22 Frank Monsa and. wife, of Caconsburg, Pa., kindled a fire with kero sene last week. They were buried the fol lowing day A large number of the Pitts burg rolling-mills suspended operations last week, on account of the intense heat...... James H. Burke, a valuable trotting horse. for which George Ferguson, his owner, paid $27,000, dropped dead on the track, at Buf falo, while trotting an exciting race, on ihe via inac. .. Mas. Jobh Jokes, of Allegheny City, Pa. burned herself to death while attempting to light a fire with coal oil, on the 11th inst. John Harper has sold his horse Iiyttlc - ton to Aristide Welsh, of Philadelphia, who intends to enter him for the international race at New Orleans. Attorhst Gcrbral Barlow, of New York, annonnces that the suits against Tweed and Hall have not been withdrawn, but, on the contrary, they will be pressed witn energy. ......A Dpanisa steamer ixom Havana, witn IS cases of yellow fever on board, is in quarantine m JNew xork......rhilip jLircb- ner, a wealthly farmer, 70 years old, suicid ed near ittsburg, tne ntner day, by Hang ing himself in his orchard Col. J. M. Robinson and John Cornell, two local New York politicians, had a dispute the other day, and agreed to settle it by a duel. The seconds loaded the weapons (seven-barreled navy revolvers) and paced off the ground, ten paces it Deiog agrees mat eacn saould draw at the word "fire," and advance and continue firing until one or the other fell. It so happened that a large willow tree stood at tne east end ot tne ground paced ott, and just to the left of each principal. They shook hands and took their stand. ach man placed his hand on his revolver, and the referee counted "one," "two" Before "three" could be pronounced both prinei- . pals simultaneously dodgod behind the wil low trees, and fired. Col. Robinson's shot - went into the air and Cornell's went into the ground. After the smoke had disap peared Cornell stuck his head from behind the tree, and shouted: "Say, Colonel, I don't see any use in you and me having any fuss. If you are a mind to treat the crowd, I would just as soon stop shooting." "We won't insist on the duel going on if you don't, but I won't treat. I am willing to leave lurtner proceedings to tne seconus. After a few moments' conference the seconds decided that if each would open a basket of ' wine the duel might end there. The duel ists stepped from behind tne trees, shook - hands, invited their friends into the hotel, ana produced tne wine... Dr. Xjo well Ma son, the well-known musical composer, of New York, is dead, aged 81 Lyman Munger, a prominent and wealthy citizen of " Buffalo, and one of the early pioneers of Western New Yerk, died Aug. 11. . San Wood's bet of $10,000 on Greeley, that has been on deposit for several days in New York, has been accepted by Gen. Hillyer, who offers to rsise Wood to the extent of a . house and lot in Harlem Fisher Brothers, on aeaiers, or fittsburgb, have failed for million dollars. Thk much-talked-of prise-fight between the notorious bruisers Mace aDd O'Baldwin ended in a miserable farce. The District Attorney at Baltimore threatened the own . era ot the steamers chartered to carry the excursionists to the battle ground with pros- couuon li mey. persisted la sucn a course. 1 warning was heeded, and the shoulder. ' hitters were deprived of the means of reach - mg the ground Bogan and Wilson, who committed the bold and outrageous robbery on Mrs. Hardy, a New. York boarding-house keeper, on the 12th of July, have been sen - tenced to twenty years each in the Peniten tiary. .Nettie Wilson, an accomplice, re ceived live years At Corry, Pi., last week, James Donnelly had his head literal ly severed from His shoulders by an insane man namea r eviiis, whom he was convey ing to aa asylum. The weapon used was an " axe...... The house ol John G. Whittier, the , poet, at. Amesoury, Mass., was struck by lightning recently, prostrating him to the uwr. Aia injuries were sugac The West. Th first new wheat of the season, com prising a consignment of ten car loads, was received in Milwaukee on the 8th inst...... A diabolical attempt was made, last week, to ouru me town oi Dteuoenville, Ohio, a num ber ot houses in different parts of the town nemg bred simultaneously. The fires were extinguished before they gained much A compart has left Salt Late City for the Arizona diamond fields...... Wm. Nesbitt was " horribly mutilated by a thrashing machine near Davenport, Iowa, last week. Mrs. Mathews, mother of Vice President Colfax, died at South Bend, Ind., Aug. 11, agea o......a wholesale marrying occurred at the German Catholic church, in Peru vu Diiuun, uo hid ei August ten cuupiea, an r oies, irom LaBaUe, being uni Charles Bradbukji, a prominent and wealthy citizen of Cleveland, Ohio, is dead. The rate of freights from the Mississppi river to the lakes has been doubled....The ceie orated Indian lighter and scout, "Wild Bill," passed through Meadota, 111., recent ly, on his way to Buffalo, in charge of a p "j ui luuiau oraves. Tan Indians have been making a raid into San Peto county, Utah. The settlers turned out, had a fight with the red-skins, and drove them into the mountains Rich lead mines have been discovered in Butler county, Kansas The total number of aeatns in unicago for the week ending Aug, 14 reached 417, an increase of 95 over the I preceding week. The principal causes of I death were: Accidental. 11: cholera In. lan'um, 151; consumption, 14 ; convulsions. ". umiruoa, . , typnoia lever, 24. Two- thirds ot the deaths were children under . two years of age. . Johr H. Bradlet, an old and honored citizen of Indianapolis, Ind., is dead x-esntigo, Wis., haa been visited by the most terrific thunder-storm she ever expe rienced. Odd Fellows' Hall was struck by uo ciectric nam, completely demolishing MAO VUlJUlUg.' - The South. a on Mobile and . Ohio railroad, near Humboldt, Tenn., last weekj three negroes were killed and five wounded The committee appointed at a . recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the Southern Baptist Theoldgical Seminary, lor toe purpose ot seeaing a suitable loca tion for that institution, have decided upon Louisville as the most desirable place. Competition for the location was very active oetween Atlanta, tra., nasnviue ana Uhatta- nooga, Tenn. Hoi. Joseph Mayo, one of Richmond's oldest and best citizens, is dead, aged 77 years Maj. Thomas J. Randolph, a great grandson of Thomas Jefferson, and a con tractor on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, was killed last week, in Fayette county, Va., by a premature explosion while blast ing. Newton C. Chahdlkr, a noted desperado, was executed at Charlotte, N. C.,on the 10th of August The North Missouri railroad is to be sold of auction in. St. Louis, on the 11th of September, to satisfy a judgment against the road of over $500,000. News comes from Brownsville, Texas, of another atrocious Mexican outrage. Two prominent frontier merchants Mr. Alexan der and Mr. Simeon were attacked near that city, while riding in a carriage, by three notorious greasers. Mr. Alexander was killed, and his companion only saved himself by flight. The assassins fled to Mexico. Great excitement prevailed on the corpse being brought in. An inquest was immediately held, the verdict being that Alexander was killed by an ameer of Cor tina's. A strong feeling was manifested in favor of organizing a force to pursue these Mexican murderer?. A rbgro named Johnson is under arrest at Greensboro, N. C, for attempting to poison 26 persons, on the occasion of a school com mencement. The fiend put poison in the ice-cream which he had been directed to freeze Bishop Elder, of Natchez, Miss., has been appointed to succeed Archbishop Spaulding as Archbishop of Baltimore. Mrs. Martha E. Blackwood, of Scotts ville, Sullivan county, Mo., was foully mur dered by three young ruffians last week Louisville commercial and banking circles have been thrown into a state of confusion by the discovery of forgeries to the amount of $150,000 committed by Robert Atwood, who had been looked upon as a staunch, reliable and worthy business man. Atwood fled the city, but was captured at Seymour, Ind. Wild speculation led to his downfall. Washington. It is announced that there will be no more negotiations on the new lean until af tor the Presidential election The South era Claims Commission has gone on a tour South to investigate the claims of loyal citi was. The Treasury Department has adopted regulations providing that hereafter all ap pointments and promotions in the New York Custom-House will be made in accord ance with the results of public competitive exsminations, aa prescribed in the rules governing the civil service Since the let ter ot (rerrit Smith, interceding for the lm- prisonea ii.u-ii.iux at Albany, similar rec ommendations nave been received from in fluent: al Republicans. Tna report of Col. Whitley, chief of the secret service, who naa been directed by the President to in vea tips te as to the several cases, will be the oasis ot the President's action. It is announced that eighteen of the South Carolina Ku-Klux, now in Albany (N. Y.) Penitentiary, will shortly be pardoned by the President, through the intercession of (xerritt bmilh The contract for carrying the Pacific mails between the United States and China has been awarded to the Pacific Mail Steamship Company at $500,000 per annum. Foreign. Twelvb English cricketers sailed from Liverpool for Canada on the 8th of August. They will play exhibition games in Canada and the United States The Pope has ad dressed a note to Thiers, congratulating r ranee upon megrea success ot the J reach loan The rench Assembly has adopted measures looking to the strengthening of various ioruncauons ine rinderpest is playing havoc with the cattle in Russia and Germany The following embraces the latest bulletin from the land of chronic re bellion. Mexico: "A revolution occurred at Tampico on the receipt of the news of the death ot Juarez. truerrero insurgents shout, "Hurrah tor Diaz and death to lierdo I" There were no other disturbances, either in the capital or elsewhere, upon the announcement or tne death ol Juarez. Jon gress meets in extra session on September id. n is oeiievea that tne revolutionists will disband when inforn ed of the policy of the administration. The funeral of Juarez was an imposing spectacle. The corpse was interred in the Pantheon. All the streets and houses were draped with mourning, ana tne procession bore number less omblems of grief. Fully 70.000 soecti tors lined the streets through which it pass ed. The death of Juarez is generally re gretted. Angel Xturbide, a son of the ex Emperor, died at the capital the same day as Juarez. It is reported that Diaz has de cided to go to San Francisco, in consequence oi receiving no aid from the people of Tepee Gen. W. B. Franklin and F. W. Eunkle. of Colt's Manufacturing Co., who have re cently returned from Europe, brought an order from the Prussian Government for the manufacture, of eighty thousand improved Chessepot guns, to .be used with metallic cartridges. - - Kirs Amadeus of 8pain, approving the proposition submitted to him by his Cabinet, has signed a decree providing for the gradu al abolition of slavery in the provinces of Cuba and Porto Kico Thera has been an exciting debate in the British Parliament oyer the - proposition to remove Justice Keogh, whose decision in the Gal way con tested election esse renected so severely on the Catholic clergy. The motion wss de feated by 100 majority Lata news from Cuba reports a terrible battle at Halequin, ...li: - J r a . 1 1 i-i - . - . j-couibiug lu a ucitb w biio opamaras, witn a loss oi zuu men ana the commanding offi cer, uoi. xiuerto. All the English railways have advanced their freight and passenger tariff in conse quence of the increase in the price of coal. Six hundred convicted Communists were shipped from the Island of. Aix, on the 10th of August, for New Caledonia, the penal colony of France. Several thousands of these otienders have now been sent to that island, which is a desolate and inhospitable spot of ground in the Southern Pacific A statue of John, the founder of the gymnastic rcDBs practiced uj tne organizations known as Turnvt rein, was unveiled on the 10th of August, at Berlin, with solemn cere monies, in the presence of an immense enn- eourse of people Gen. Sherman visited the Woolwich (England) arsenal on Aiiir. 10. witnessed experiments and lunched with the omcers devolutions are conducted in rem with an expedition that is deserving of -"ft wuiijiguu.Muii. uiuva btic luab advices were received from that country, a rebellion has been inaugurated, the leader has seized the Government and declared himself dic tator, the President has been assaaainatAH. uo nucuiuug guici in turn nas Deen taken prisoner and executed, the insurrection has been suppressed, a new President ha bmn chosen and inducted, and the country is as quiet again as if nothing had happened. Advices from San Domingo report the country tranquil. Cabral has disbanded his forces and gone to Port au Prince to offer. his services to the Haytiens, The representatives of the London press banqueted Mr. Stanley on the 12th inst An extensive cotton factory was destroyed in Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 12. involving a Jons ui iv.uvu.um irancs, ana tnrowin? Hon operatives out of employment A Havana letter says that the financial affairs of Cuba are rapi ily approaching a crisis. It is be lieved that exohange wilt advance to 40 per ceuk wiieo m cuiiapso taxes place, The announcement that King Amadeus had signed a decree providing for the aboli tion of slavery in the provinces of Spain was erroneous. He simply approved a code oi ruiea carrying into enect tne emancipa tion law of 1809 Bismarck ba- just ceie- brated his silver wedding The visit of thM fr m a m N.iirrDnia anjf tht 1 ' . I the ex-Empress Eugenie and the Prince - r- - - - ii.uiio Imperial to Scotland haa been attended with oonstant displays of sympathy from the large crowds that assemble wherever they go... ...At the dinner given to Stanley in Paris, he was accompanied by his native African boy, Kululu, a robust lad of 10. The correspondent of the London News says: ine ebony child displayed a modest assur ance, and realiy gentlemanly manners un der these trying circumstances. When he went away, I saw a great many ladies in the court yard of the Hotel Chatham kissing him." The latest advices from Mexico furnish the following summary of the situa- tion: The Cabinet is still unchanged. The revolutionary chiefs are laying down their arras to accept amnesty. Lerdo Tejeda, it believed, will be elected President without much opposition. No formal nominations for the office have yet been made. Tejeda's course, thus far, has given great satisfaction. The country is becoming tranquil and pub lic confidence is being restored. Efforts are being made to organize Juarez's supporters at the last Presidential election into a polit ical p?rty,- with a view to supporting ex Gov. Baez for the Presidency The wound ed prisoners captured in the revolt ol Queretarre have been condemned to death. A wide-spread scheme for the enlistment of volunteers for the Cuban army has been discovered in Canada A report comes from Florence ihat Cardinal Antonelli and the Pope have quarreled, and that the former threatens to resign if the Holy Father does not desist irom his hostility to the Italian Government Stanley's search for Livingstone cost over $50,000 The London Spectator says Livingstone's letters are written with a vulgar jocularity foreign to great travelers, and suggests that he has become ulcerated in mind, if he has not indeed sustained some permanent injury to his intellectual powers, in consequence being so long shut out from the world, sick, hungry and heart-broken, and without any opportunity of seeing or conversing with white person. His diary has been forward ed to his daughter, sealed, with orders that it shall not be opened until bis return death M. Kaiser, the celebrated German astronomer, is dead Reliable advices from Mexico are to the effect that Diaz haa laid down his arms and accepted the am nesty, which finally closes the rebellion that country. The Geneva Arbitration. Gerbva, Aug. 8. The Board met to-day at half-past 12, and after a session of two and a half hours adjourned to Wednesday next. Several of the arbitrators and coun sel are suffering from indisposition caused by excessive, toil and disagreeable weather. The object of the court in adjourning for so long a period is to give the members time for especial study of a number of the points involved in the cases which have come be fore them. It is confidently hoped the labors of the Tribunal will be brought to satisfactory conclusion by the loth of Sep tember. Geneva, Ang. 9. Wm. M. Evarts goes to Paris to-day, but will return before the re assembling of the Arbitrators, next Wednes day. Caleb Cushing and Mr. Waite will visit Chamouni during the adjournment the Court. It is supposed that the Ameri can representatives have completed their caae. The English agents and counsel are employing themselves during the recess in preparing their reply thereto. The Arbitra tors, counsel, and other gentlemen connect ed with the Tribunal, dined together at the Hotel lies .Mergers, te-day. Geneva, Aug. 10. A Queen's messenger, bearing dispatches supposed to be of little importance, left here to-day for London. There is nothibg new regarding the action oi tne ATiounai. Gerbva, Aug. 12. Mr. Cohen, an English barrister, who prepared the case for the Crown on the subject of the American claims for less to the mercantile marine of the United States, has been summoned here from London. This gives riso to the con jecture that a decision has baen rendered upon the general question of England s re sponsibility for the direct losses claimed by America, and that Cohen is called in to as sist in arguing upon the amount of damage to oe awitraea. In the debate in the Tribunal upon the question of the use of due diligence by Great .Britain, air. (jusning strongly urged the point that the same diligence upon the part ot tne .British authorities which afterward served to detain the Confederate rams would have been equally effectual in preventing the escape of the cru:sers, had it been exer cised. New York, Aug. 12. A special from Gen eva says that the Tribunal ot Arbitration has required argument on three points. r irst, due auigence as a principle of li Second, what was the value of the. commis sion held by the Confederate cruisers, and how far did the coaling of the cruisers in -bnglish porta make .England responsible for their acts? These points have been elaborately argued by Sir Roundall Palmer and Messrs. Evarts, Cushing. and Waite. The fact that the Tribunal analyzes the cases, as is seen in these points, is strongly lavuraoie in ih inaicaiion. Gerbva, Aug. 13. The Board of Arbitra tion has not yet settled in the main the question whether the British Government used due diligence to prevent the escape of tne reuei cruisers. iae court is engaged in examining, successively, the cases of these vessels, to ascertain how far the general cnarge oi neglect on tne part oi ureal ijntatn may hold good with regard to each. It is to assist in this investigation that Cohen has been summoned to Geneva, as his knowledge of the circumstances of each case is supposed to invest him with the authority of an expert. New York, Aug. 13. A Geneva letter savs that the American claim for damages by the privateer Alabama is for the sum of about $7,000,000. The English papers i the case, however, fixed the damages at $3,000,000, which, it is contended, is all that should be paid, if indeed any guilt is to be laid to -Eingtana at an. Gerbva, Aug. 14. The silting of the Board of Arbitration opened to-day at 12:30, and at 3 p. m. the Court adjourned until coon to morrow. All the counsel were present. Important Gold and Silver Discoveries in Arizona. a. AiOs Anceies, ual., dispatch an nounces the arrival there, on the 10th of August, of the Todd party, with Prof. Glass, from the geological expedi tion mrouca Arizona ana ssew Alexico. They have 1,000 pounds of specimen gold, silver, and other ores, and several pints of precious and doubtful stones. On the route from Fort Windgate to Albuquerque, and on the borders of Arizona, in what are called the Ant 11 ills, precious stones were discovered. an at tne suriace. iney nave genuine ruoies, tne specimens ranging from large pea downward. The diamonds, if any, are small and of little value. The party found rich gold and silver bear ing quartz near Fort Windgate. The party also claims to have discov ered, ana locatea nowinc oil springs taat will yield from 70 to 100 barrels a day. They will not divulge the precise location, in tne oia mounds ana rums of ancient cities they found relics of tools, pottery, and woven cloth centu ries old. The party is not sanguine as to the aiamond discoveries. Three pints of their best stones will be tested ana exnioitea. iney sunered priva tions on tne road, and narrowly escaped perishing crossing the Colorado desert. I he diamond excitement at 'Frisco is The International Prison Congress. The coldness, or rather the indiffer ence, with which the London press haa looked upon the Prison Congress lately assemoiea, is taKen up by Mr. (Jonway in a late letter. The Times gave very imperfect reports of the proceedings, a lew other papers lollowed its example, but the majority ignored it entirely, its spirit of progress being too distasteful to them. After the adjourm ent, the delegates lorrned into parties, and visit ed the ditlerent penal institutions of Great Britain, the Government furnish- ing special trams for the purpose. The ' ' . 1 -. T , ijvuKiraa unneu uuite unanimously in favor of more humanity being shown to prisoners, and in the desire that corno ral punishmentshould be abolished, and that a progressive system should be adopted, in which prisons should be ar ranged in groups, where the inmate could have an opportunity of graduating irom a Daa scale to a better, until he should be thought fit for liberty. The prison management of Be'gium and Ireland were shown to be the most favorable tor moral improvement, The Reputed Western Golconda. of a in The announcement has been made in the dispatches of the discovery of a new Golconda in the Territory of Arizona, which eclipses anything Stanley discov ered among Afric's sunny fountains, rolling down their golden sands. It is related that this Golconda abounds in diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emer alds, which can be had by the shovel ful, and tbe smallest measure for which is the quart. It is said that a company has been formed in San Francisco, with a capital of ten millions, to work these fields; that they liavo kept the thing very quiet until now; that thev have in the Bank of Califo nia $1 000,000 worth of large diamonds, one diamond of the Koh-i-noor style, and a quart of small diamonds, not to mention the heaps of such rubbish as rubies, emer alds and sapphires, the pecks and bush els of which are not enumerated. To reinforce these statements we are told of a number of pirates, Indians and bandits, "who have always concealed treasures thereabouts; of scouts who have always known these treasures; andol Aztecs who. before the days of Cortez, used to go up there from Mexi co and carry these precious stones by pocket-loads, if these Aztecs wore pock ets. In fact, the narrative reads like Disraeli s "embarrassment ot riches in " IOthair," when he commences de scribing the personal adornments an surroundings of his characters. It may be that there is such a wholesale re pository of gems in Arizona, and it may not be. - The only thing certain is the existence ot tne stock company. .Not withstanding the manner in which the Bank of California is loaded down with diamonds, and the practices of th Aztecs, we advise our rea-iers to go very slowly in stock-investment, an workmen who are making fair wages to think twice before they go to Golconda Chicago Tribuue. a A New Departure in Medicine. There are " new departures" in medi cine -as well as in politics. The latest and most successful of these is the bold movement of Dr. Joseph Walker, of California, who has actually had th effrontery to produce a Vegetable Tonic and Restorative, without any alcoholic basis, which is curing disorders of the stomach, liver, bowels, nerves and pul monary organs, with a rapidity that fairly entitles him to the anathemas of the Old School of Physicians, and the praise and confidence of the New I His California Vinegar Bitters may be safely pronounced the most popula remedy of the age. When it is considered that this now famous specific was introduced some two years ago, its present sale, which is at the rate of 3,000,000 bottles per annum, can only be ascribed to its intrinsic merits. It is be lieved that the history of ' patent medicines affords no example of a success so rapid and complete, xne community insists that this success is thoroughly deserved, and we have no inclination to dispute its dictum. The Voice of the People, if not exactly that of Omnipo tence, is generally tne voice ol uommen (tense, and as they have had ample time to take a sober second thought on the subject, it may be assumed that in this instance their opinion is creditable to tneir sagacity LUom. The advertisement of a Western stone-cutter reads : " Those who buy tomb-stones of us look with pride and satisfaction on the graves of their friends." Tr you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated have frequent headache, mouth tastes bad, poor appetite, and tongue coated you are suffering from Torpid Liver or " Biliousness," and nothing will cure so speedily and permanently as Dr. Pierce : Golden Medical Discovery. Sold by all lruggists. 610 The members of the Jesuit College at lessen have demanded passports irom the Government, and are about to break up that establishment. The Superior has taken out a passort lot Denmark and the United States ; the other mem bers protiose to disperse over England trance, Spam, .Portugal, Holland and America. Not one will remain at Essen Asm ma. Upward of one thousand of the worst cases of Asthma have been relieved by using Jonas Whitcomb's Remedy for Asthma. In no case of purely Asthmatic character has it failed to give prompt, relief. Your druggist has it. rCom. TuEGreenvil'e (Tenn.) ecandal. which unpleasantly connected the names of Andrew Johnson and Mrs. Harold, caus ing the suicide of the latter, has got into the courts on a suit lor libel, in which $ iu,uuu damages are claimed. Whether for use on man or beast, the Merchant's Gargling Oil will be found an invaluable JUimment, and worthy of use by every resident in the land. Wo know of no proprietary medicine or article now used in the United States which shares the cood will of the people to a greater degree than this. jx. x. independent. Officers and soidiera who served in the army, physicians, surgeons, and eminent men and women everywhere, join in recom mending Johnson's Anodyne Liniment to be tbe best internal and external family medicine ever invented. That a our experience. I (Jom. An editor yays the only reason he knows why his house was not blown away the other day during a severe gale is because there was a heavy mortgage upon it. Rupture can be cured without suffer ing. Jiliistic Trusses are superseding au others. Beforo buying Metal Trusses or Sup porters, send lor a descriptive circular to the slastic Truss Co., CSS Broadway, A". Y. Com. The purest and sweetest Cod-Liver Oil -in the world is Hazard A Caswell's, made on the sea-shorc, from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. It is absolutely vure and sweet. Pa tients who have once token it prefer it to all others. Physicians have decided it superior to any ot the other oils in market. If vou want to be well dressed wear the Elmwood collar. If you waDt to be economical wear the Elmwood collar. If you want to feel comfortable wear the Elmwood collar. For sale at all Gents' Furnishing stores. Com. Consumers should use from one-fourth to one-half less of Dooley's than of other Yeast or Baking Powders. It is put up full weight. Com. . The Worcester (Mass.) Gazette says: 'Tbey who wish to advertise iudiciously and cheaply can find no better medium through which to reach the great public than through Geo. P. Bowell Co.'s Agency, New York." Seymour and Graut dined together in Utica. Politics were ignored. A Deuohtfox Subpiusk. LadieB whose fnrpii nr clonftol bv nnnerflciitl discoloration!!, and wlio have resolved to try Hauan's Magnolia Balm an a remedy, liava no id.aa of Ilia welcome durpritie they will receive from their mirrors alter a lew applica tions f that health. ul purifier oftlie complexion. If At all excitable thv will scream with raptnre on beholding the change : whether the Memish it is de sired to remove be pallowneB. blotches, pimples, freckles, loneliness, nr an unnatural pallor, it is bound to disappear under tho ionic operation of this wonderlnl ueent. To suy that the blemish disappears, does not. however, convey any idea ol" the effect pro duced 1V this celebrated beautifier. Tbe unsightly tinire. whether riiffiiaml over the whtle countenance. or in spots or patches, is replaced by a uniform, pearly uiooni. to WU1C11 no descri ption can no j uhkb. iwiui. As Quick ah a Ft.ash of Liohtnino doeB CRittTADoao's KxcELaioa IIaib Dvb act upon the hair, whiskers and mustaches; no chameleon tints, but the purest Raven or the most exiiuisite lirowiifl will be evolved. Goin: In Onk to Five Minutes. Headache, Ear ache. Neuralgia. T.Hme Back. Diarrhea. Croups. Sprains, aud all similar complaints, are relieved hy M laqg 8 Instant Kalirf. or money reluuaea. iKjom. Railways and Their Cost. According to the latest volume re specting railroads and railroad progress, there is now a total of 60,852 miles of railroad in the United States, costing in round numbers $3,000,000,000, or one half more than the funded debt of the United States. Tho aggregate mileage cost of the railroads constructed last year was $225,000,000, at $30,000 a mile. The increased mileage of railroads con structed in 1872 was 7,353 miles, against 6,145 in 1871, and 1,099 in 1870. The increased mileage of railroads construct ed from 1851 lo 1S61 was 20 per cent, per annum, and the increase of tonnage was 50 per cent, per annum. From 1861 to 1871 tbe increased m:leage was 10 per cent, and the tonnage 23 per cent, per annum. Illinois possesses more miles of railroad (5,904) than any other State in the Union. Pennsylvania ranks the second railroad Statu, with 5,113, and Now York is third, with 4,380 miles. A Timely Hint. More attention must be given by farmers to this matter of the quality of cows. They do not hesitate to test the quality of a mowing machine or plow, but rarely investigate the machine which is to grind up their hay and grain to be converted into milk, buUer or beef. The milk of some cows is totally unfit for butter-making. It not only refuses to be made into butter itself, but pre vents other milk from raising cream Such cows should be devoted to the cheese factory. All this inconvenience and loss may be prevented by testing tbe milk in a glass tube, which wnl cost somewhere from fifteen to twenty hve cents. All the. year round. Sheridan's Cavahy condition Powder should be given to horses that are " kept up." To horses and cattle that graze in summer they should only be given in winter ana spring Luom. PKOI'tE'S CHOLERA REMEDY. -Fob Over Thibtt Veabs 1872. PEBBT DAVIS' FAIN-KILLER Mas been testes in evcrr varietr of climate, and bv almost every nation known to Americans. It i-t the constant coinpaniou and inestimable friend of the missionary and ine traveler, en sea or land, and no ouesnouia travel on our laKee or rtvere without c. Since the I'AlX-KILLKIt was first introduced, and met withsnchextensivesale. manv TMitw.nLt. Relief. Panacea and other Remcdiee have been offered to the public, but none of them have ever attained the truly nwiuuwiwnuM, uijitie A'A&fi-n.lljLiAiXb. WHY IS THIS SO? It is because DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER to what it claims to ue a reliever ot puin. Its MaaiTS abi Unsubfassed. If you are suffering from Internal Pain, Twenty to iniriy frop, i. a uute teaiet , will simo-t lustautly cure yon. There is nothing to equal it for Colin, CratHpe. tipastu. Heartburn, Diarrhea, Dynentery, Flux, Wind in the Bewcle, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, and 8ici Headache. In sectieus of the country where FEVEIl AND AG UK prevails, there is no remedy held in greater esteem, rereons traveling snonia Keep it ty or bowel troubles from change of water. From foroigu countries the calls for PAIN-KILLER aro great. It is foand to CURE CHOLERA whea alt oiner remoaiea tail i When used externally, as a Liniment, nothing gives ?iuicker ease in Burns. Bruises. Sprains. Cuts, Stiogs rom Insects, and Scalds It remove- the fire, and the wound heals like ordinary sores. Those suffering with Rheumatism, Gout, or Neuralgia, if not a posi tive cure, uieynnu tne I Atn-lviLlibU gives them relief when no other remedy wii I. It gimes instant Be lief from Achiaa Teeth. Kverr hnusekeener should keep it at hand, and apply it on the tirst attack of pain. It will give satisfactory relief.aud save hours of suffering. Do not trill with yourselves by testing nntried remedies. Be suro yoa call for and get tho genuino r Atrt-tviULiKr., as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be sold ou tlte gre .t reputation this valuable medicine. 4fB Directions accompany each bottle. Prices 25 eta., 50 eta., and $1 per bottle. SOLD BY ALL MEDIOINB DEALERS. For sal by all Chicago DauoaisTS. Veoktins is not a stimulatine bitters which croates a fictitious appetite, but a gentle tonic which assists nature to restore tho stomach to a healthy action. TO cxiNsuniPTrvKs 1 1 The advertiser, having been nermaneatlv erti-Mf nf tbat iiread disease uonsun.ption, tiy a simple remedy is anxious to make known to his -fellow sufTrrers the means ol cure. To all who desire it. he will send copy of the prescription uted (free of charge), with wie uuovtiuiiB lur prwpaniitr anu ruling tne same, which thev will find a subs Cubs foe Coibttmptiom. Asthma. BboNCHITIS. and all Throat or .unff lltn- cuinee. Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev. KDWAKU A. WlL&Ort, 19 Penn St.. Williamsbnrsh. N. V, The Markets. NEW YORK. Beeves Good 12 a 13 a 00 a 21a 30 a 12K 13i Fair Hons Dressed I Cotton Middling b 10 8 66 1 63 64 45 Floub Extra Western. . 7 . 1 Wheat No. 2 Spring . . Corn Mixed Western. . Oats Western 60 a a a a 62 . 44 . 74 Bye Western Bab ley State Pouk Mess IiAnii 13 75 a CHICAGO. Beeves Choice 5 75 6 40 5 70 4 80 4 50 3 00 4 80 22 15 Good 5 50 Medium Grades 4 50 Stock Cattle Common...... 3 00 Inferior. 2 50 Hogs live 4 60 Butteb Choice 18 Egos -. . 14 FiiOtra White Winter Extra.. 8 25 a 10 00 a 8 00 Spring Extra 7 00 Wheat Mo. 1 spring.. a a a No. 2 spring. 1 47 42 l HH 42 Conn No. 2 Oats No. 2 30 59 54 Rye No. 2 58a 53 a BabIiEY No. 2 , Pobk Mess ..14 12,al4 25 J..ABD summer 8 a ST. LOUIS. Wheat No. 1 Red Winter 1 48 Coiin No. 2 Mixed 38 Oats 28 Rye 60 29 Barley Pobk Mess 13 25 Lard 8 Cattle 3 50 9 6 25 4 80 Hoos 4 25 CINCINNATI. Family Wheat New 1 40 Corn Mixed 47 Oats 2G Ryo 68 a a a a a 1 45 36 80 Barley Pork -Mess 13 25 a 18 50 Lard la MILWAUKEE. Flour Spring Extra a wheat no. i i so a No. 2 1 39 a ConN No. 2 i'ia Oats No. 2 29 a V.ye No. 1 59 o Barley No. 2 58 a CLEVELAND. Wheat No. 1 Red 1 56 a No. 2 Red 1 40 a Corn -51 a Oats 36 TOLEDO. Wheat hite Michigan 1 58 a Aa.ber do I 46 a Cork High Mixed 48 a Low to 47 a 48 Oats No. 1 33a 34 W No. 2 31 a 32 $1 REWARD For any can of Blind. Bb-e-line. It chin (tor Ulce ratd file thnt 1R Bino'h Pile Remedy tails to cure. It is prepared ex pressly to cure ihe Piles, and noib.inge.se. Sold I y allDruggiats. Price 8 1 HONFST, energetic, God-featina men and womett can have pleasant, profitable work; ne risk or capi tal. Write H. U Hastings, 19 Linda II St., Boston, Mass. l s. vnv - " - - . fss. .a v" No Person cn take these Bitters accord ing to directions, and remain lfig unwell, provided their bone are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. nvmif!iHi.i or IndiircMtioiio Headache. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dir. xiness. Sour Knictation of the Stomach, Had Taste in the Mouth, Jlilions Attacks Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Luns, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, an a hmidred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. Vnr 1-jV.i.nle Cottkulitlntft. in votinz or old. married or single, at the dawn of wiMnanhood, or the turn of life, these Tome Hitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soou percep- tibfe. For Inflammatory mid Cltronte Rneu itinli and Trout. rJilimis. Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Wood, Liver, Kidneys and I i lad tier, these liitters have no equal. Such Dis eases are caused by Vitiated Wood, which is generally produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs. Xliey are n Gentle lnratire well ma m Toutef possessing alto the peculiar merit of acting as a powerful agent relieving Congestion or Inflam mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious Diseases. For 8k In Dlweosr, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Blotches. Spots fimples, .Pustules, Hons, Car buncles, Ring-wortus, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery ipelas, I tcli. Scurfs, Discoloration of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, ara literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short time bv the use of these Hitters. Gratefnl Tnowta-ntlft proclaim Vinegar Bit ters tlie most wonderful Iuvigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. J WALKER, Prop'r. II. II. WcDONALD fc CO., Druggists and Gen. Agts Sun Francisco and New York. SOLD HV ALT. TUI70r.!fiTS & DEALERS. For Beauty of Polish, Saving Labor, Clean HnesSfDurabflity & Cheapness Unequaled. DEW ARK ok woUTlll.KSS IMITATIOX8 under other names, butrcsenibhug oursiu shape anu color oi wrapper intended to deceive. TIIK R1BI!K1 BLS POLISH IS BULK, for stove d2alers use, at twelve cents per pound twenty-live and utly pound boxes. Cheaper than any other Bulk Polish lor nothing.' THK BIRIXO 8UX LL'SHlKtl PKXCIL. No Sharpening Cheap and lurable supercedes othorarUclesfor purpose. TIIK KISIAW A IIIAI sV LI.AU UllKltAIUH. T Or&XieS, bearings and machinery. Lasts six times as I one ai alone. 25 1 b. ami AO 1 h. boxes, 1& cents iter 1 h. Try it. MORSE BROS. Prop'rs. Canton, Mas Ayer's Cathartic Pills. For the relief aw cure of all derangt merits in the eunnr ach, liver, nml Ijuw els. They are a uiilil aperient, and an excellent purgative. Being purely vege table, they contain no mercury or mine ral whatever. IJiK'h serious sickness and suffering is prevent ed bv their timelv use; and every family should have them on hand for their protection and relief, when required. Long experience has proved them to be the saf est, surest, and best of all the Villa with which the market abounds. By their occasional use, the blood is purilled, the corruptions of the sys tem expelled, obstructions removed, and tho whole machinery of life restored to its healthy activity. Internal organs which become clogged and sluggish are cleansed by jlyer'm Mil, and stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease is changed into health, the value of which change, when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coating makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so that they are ever frcah, and perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are mild, and opernto without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or occupation. Full directions are given on the wrapper to each box, how to use them as a Family Vhysic, and for the following complaints, which these IVUIh rapidly cure: For lp.vivpia or Indisreatlon, Listless nraa, taarur and JLoaa of A ppetit, they should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom ach, and restore its healthy tone and action. For lilr.rCoatplalat and its various symp toms. Billons 1ft eu flue he. Sick II -far-tie. Jfiaantfiice or Crrra MicifiieM. Iti 1- lout C.'olic and Bilious) fr'ever-., they should be judiciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Dynotcrr or Diarrbcra. but ons mild dose is generally required. f or .Hneunaanam, wont, Hrarri, " l pltatlosi at th Hear, Pala In tho olclf Back and aoin., they Bhould be contin uously taken, aa required, to change the diseased action of the system. With such change those complaints disappear. For BroiMT and lYroiMfcal Hwelllnsn. they should be taken in large and frequent doses tojJroduce tho enect of a drastic purge. For M up pre anion, a large dose Bhould be taken, as it produces the desired effect by sym pathy. As a JHnnrr Ptlt, take ono or two J'ills to promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels, restores the appetite, and wvigoratcs the system. Hence it is often advantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these 1'ilt.t makes him feerf decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive apparatus. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., practical and Analytical Chemfnt LOWELL, MASS, SOLD BY ALT. DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. The RUritsoftbe Sick. It is tlieriglitof eTery nva fd to know what his medicine is. and wliv it im DrcHcrilied. Is anv suflerer trom dvHitennia livr complaint, headache, costivenera. or ht-arthnrn, de rriroug lo know what Ta brant's heltzrr Aperikxt is and whv lie oncht to take it? The answwr Is nimnl-. It is the chemical f qnivslent of t he-Seltzer Spa water. anu tne frrraceflc pnysiciani ine worm nas ever seen uave prononnceu inai water a specinc lor ire com plaints in question. SIJL.U KY AIjIj IKlt) ISTW. Also forOAHPAiQ Goons. Addreai.QOODSPEED'ti EMPIKK rUnl.lH,NG ilOUS. hicavo. Cincin nati, St. Louts. KewOrleam, or iSew York. .Attention, Owners of XXorses ! THE ZINC COLLAR PA 1) iseuaraiiUd to cm re the worst case of raw and in flamvd sore neck in 7)o and teork the Horge every day. or money refunded; and will not chafe or wear the mane off of the neck. For sale by Saddlery Hardware Estab lishment and Harnefw Makers. Manufactured by the y,INJ COLLAK iAl U.. Bnchanan. Mich. SOLDERS' BOUNTY. Soldiers enlisted between Mar 4th and Ancust Ath. 18ft i, tor three year, an never received bounty, can no obtain it; also those wno failed to apply Tor the additional bounty. Ad drew, with .aUuiip. B. V. BROWN Jt CO., rittabnrich. Ta, K. nifKNIX.BIoominctonlVaraerT, filMl acres. 21st vear. 12 Greenhouses. Trea. Ill Hedge Plant. Nuraery Stock. 4 Oatalnsues. 3k. A KNTs Warned, Acentnniake more moiieyat work for nsthau at anybinv else. Particulars fre. StjnsoD Jt Co.. FineAri I'ubliahm-a. Portlaud. Mttiue. $50.00: VALUE TO EVKRYBODY Old or young, high or ow. main or female, sick or well, rich or poor. 8m 1 thre-ceut postage stamn or circular. Address POBSON. IIAYKES & Co.. Agents wanted. St. Ioai. Mo. IID UUQT1 irP o!7 Ht. hHrlra Street. Longest engaged and most successful physician oCi ago. Consultation or ponrhlet free. Call or writ Just published for thebenelitof yeung meiiwhosufle from Nervousness. Debility. Ac. a trHtie ofartnagee, for 2 ataniDn: a lNtok psWM.illnwlrald. tor ftstri-nf A He Soorten von Erfenissen en Scbuldea zulleu spoedig ingeaamelt worden doo den AtvK;at. J. F. FKUFAUFF. t Colombia. Lancaster Co., Pa. B la NATURE'S REMEDY. flilHI The Great Blood Purifier. VEGETINB is mad, exoltaivelr from th jaleaa of carefully Mlectsd barlt. root, and herb, and so strongly concentrated that Ct will effactually eradicate from tbe system every taint of Ser.falat Serafa l.ns llnmor Tianrti Cascer, Caaeeroaa. II amort Erralaelaai Salt Kheaa, Syphilitic Diseases, Canker, Fatntneaa at the Staamefc, and all diseases that arise from Impure blood. Sci atica, Inflammatory and Cnroaia Kheama tlsm, Neural a-in, Goat andSpInal Cmalalata. can only be effectually cored through tbe bioed. For Ulcer, and Ernptlve disease, of the akin,. Postolee, Pimples, Blotches, Bolls, Tetter, Sealdhea d and Rlnarworm, VKOKTINI hasnerer Billed to effect a permanent care. For Paine In the Back, Kidney Complaiata Dropsy, Female Weakness, IearherrhRa,. arising from internal ulceration, and nterine diseaaea and Geaeral Debility, VBGETINB acts directly nrion the causes of these complaints. Itinrig-orateeand strengthens the whole system, acta upon the secretive organs, allays inflammation, cures ulceration, and regulates the bowels. For Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Habltaal Coattre. ess, Palpitation af the Heart, Headache, Piles, Nervousness and General prostration of the Nervous Hysteria, no medicine baa ever given, such perfect satisfaction as the VEGKTINE. It puri ne, the blood, cleanses all of the organs, end possesses s controlling power over the Nervous system. The remarkable cures effected by YEOKTIint have induced many physicians and apothecaries whom ws knew to prescribe and use it in their own'familiea. In fact, VEGETINB Is the best remedy yet discov ered for the above diseases, and is the only reliable BLOOD PURIFIER, yet placed before the publio Prepared by H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Haas. Price 81.85. Bold by all Druggists. MOTHERS! MOTHERS! MOTHERS ! ! ! OMT fall to proeare MR. WIN LOW'H HOOTI1IN SYBUF FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. This valuable preparation hss been used with KEY-KR-r A 1 LI NO SUCCESS I N THOU8 A H DS O F ''AS F& It not only relieves tbeehiM from pain, but invigor ates tbe stomach and bowels corrects acidity, ant gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will, abo instantly relieve Grtplnc la the Bowels and Wind Co lie. We believe It the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IS THE WORXn In all nn of DYSENTERY AND DIAKKJIK 1 IN CHILDREN, whether arising from teething or any other cause. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to your, selves, and Relief aad Health to Year' Iafaat. Be sure and call for . : "Mrs. Wlaalsw's Soothlas Syrap," Having tbe fac simile of CURTIS PERKINS" on tbe outside wrapper. Sold by Druggists thronghon e world. ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL. Law Department, Washington UniTersity.T The regular annual term of this Law School will! open on Wednesday, October 9th, 1872 Fnll com sc. two terms six months each. Student admitted lo the Sejiior CImrs on examination by ap plication on or hafore October 5th, 172. Tuition fee, f jso first year; second year, including use of libra ry. Yor particulars addres O. M. 8 THWART, Dean of Faculty, or HENBT HITCHCOCK, ProTOst Law Department, St. Log Is. Mo. The Gettysburg Kalalyslne Water, Nature's great remedy for Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Gout, Neuraiffia. Kidney. Urinary. Nerrous, i'art, and other Chronic Dioasea, Is bottled and sent direct from the spring at Gettysburg, Penn., to invalid wherever resi'iing. Price per single case f two dozen quart bottUs. $8.00. 2S per cent. diconnt in favor of clergymen and physicians for water for their own ur. Medical and clerical profession must be certified by the nearest Postmaster or other responsible persons. Wii-re druaririsia do not keen it. invalids mav inclose a certified check or Postofl.ee money order to WHIT NEY BROS.. 227 South Front Stree ..Philadelphia. Pa. Brilliant Colors and Best Black in Six Cord Thread. . BEST SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS, From Ne. S to 100 Inclasive. ' FOB Hand, and Machine Sewing. A. Wellington Hart & Co., ADJUSTER. OF CI..AIMM rOR INSOLVENTS & BANKRUPTS, XIO Iieonard St., ZV. V. ar RerrsKNCM or J J to if est Chabacteb. Bend for Circular. THEA - NECTAR IB A ri) ItK BLACK TJCA with the Green Tea flavor. War ranted tosnitall taste. For sate, everywhere. And fersale whole sale only by the Great Atlantic eV Pacific Tea Co., No. 1M1 IT til torn 8t. . and 2 and 4 Church St., New ' York. P. O. Box Mud. Send for Thca-Nect&r Circular. $30 per Week and expenses paid. Wewant a leliahj event in every Count y in the U. S A!lreas Hudson River Wire Co., l?n MniflpM Lane. N. Y..or Chicago. 11L USED AND RECOM MENDED BY THE MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS IN NEW ENGLAND FOR THE LAST 40 YEARS. 'NOTHING BETYER." CUTLER BROS. & CO, O BOSTON. aitoolSold by the Drusrsrlata To Advertisers. AH petvons who eontemplat. making contracts with newspapers for tbe insertioi of Advertisements shoald send to for a Circular, or Inclose 2ft cents for their Owe !. dred Pae Pamableif containing- Ltata of Zjnm Newspapers and estimates showing the cost of adver tising, also many aaefnl hints to advertisers, and some account of the experience of men who are known as Haneeaafal Advertiser This Arm are proprietors of the American Newspaper Adver tising Agency, 41PabkRovIY and are possessed of un equaled facilities for secvirina the insertion of advertisements in all Newspapers aud Periodicals at lowest rates. GUION LINE, COMPOSBDOF FIKST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, I'AI.LI.NR AT QUEKNSTOWN, Ktarrrlnaj the United Htatea Mall.) MINNKHOTA, IDAHO, MANHATTAN, NEVADA, WISCONSIN, ClH.OKA DO, NEUKAHKA, WiOHI.Nt;. Passage to LtverpooL..-.M.....................H....o:lt Jfrotn I ivorpon ;.... ,j.f PassvuKt-rs furwsrded to aud Irom Contibeutal ports t low rat s. DRAFTS and LKTTBRS OF CREDIT on theRoval ink of Ir'lmtti. the Union Rnuk ot London, and most prominent Itttuks throughout Europe. Apply to F. H. MoCLURE & CO, Bankers, GPNKHAI. AfJKNTH, .lAl East Water stmt. Milwaukee, Wis. O. N. P. Ne. 33. WIMTlMi TO ADVVRTWWtS please say jou saw the r d vrrl lacnir a this paver. M4i.1J,iAI:l