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S,M.lMnTJiNJILL & CO,, 37 Park Row, New York AND GLOIIGE r. BOH'ELl 4c. CO., 40 Park Row New York Are the tot Agents for the Richmond Palladi um in that city, and are authoriied to con tract for inserting advertisements for us at On owest cash rates. Advertisers in that city are requested to leave Ibeir favors with either of the alxive houses. LOC AX. 1 iECOBD. EikLnAM School Is cot for a short vaca tion. FMdis.Kj in Boston vicinity are holding on to Ihrif hogs in anticipation of better prioes. T:ti week Jak ftm-t has done much to ward illustrating hi b me away up north. ir.dcvrs are frc&cced with his magic touch. Acv.riiTiJ murdorets on the plea of insan ity, is petting: to lie quite common. Tun l'an Handle Route wanted eleven brakcrcen, tot failed to get them. Wx understand that lights are to be placod over each face of the town-clock, to enable y-ernons to got the exact time after dark. A good idea. "Fikst it blew, then it anew, then it thew, and then frix Lorrid," pretty well describes our toa titer. A BEAiiirci. paictinjc .representing a scene in Switzerland, executed by James Rogerson, Is on exhibition at J. E. Miff's tobacco store Sr. Akpkkws Church will have Grand Mass to-night. The music- will be fine and the display grand. ' - i Fowls are cheaper than beef or pork at i""""" "KmiKo on behind" has begun. Almost every sleigh flashing along has several urch- ins clinging on. Qi'Ait.9 sell for one dollar per dozen ; rab- its for 20 cents apiece. GsMERAL Jeff. C Davis, U. S. A., passed through Indianapolis the other day, on bis way to New York city. Ti:e Connersvilio Examiner says Richmond wants Holly Water Works. A Coon fat cat in i'ris is worth $1.20. The cold weather is bard on Gas-meters Several have been frozen. A. R. Ab.'T was shot dead the other day wtiilo luaping a fenco. His carcass brought twenty cents. For 'Our Saturday Night,' Bee fourth page of Palladium. Jikglb ! jingle! has enlivened the city for the past week. Grekn, who was arrested for celling liquor and keeping a disor derly house, is out of jail on bis friend's security. Grace Church waa largely at tended Sunday Eve. The singing of the Hutchinson Family was very tine and beautiful. TnocoH the weather has been very cold, many gunners have trod the snow for game. Luwis, who attempted to get awav with George Wilson's tools aometime'ago, has been consigned to the penitentiary for two years. A sii.vku goblet is to be given to tho best 'Irish breakdown at the St. Mary's bull, next week. Skating, in Richmond, commen ced on Thursday. The boys, those sportive pioneers, had lots of fun on Write water. Circulars of "Holly's system of firo protection and water supply" have been pretty well distributed in the city by the manufacturing company. Indianapolis hears of an amateur can-can association in her midst. Anticipations of can-can parties during the winter exist. The Council has put notices in the depot warning idlers against beinij around. The usual resolution declaring what property shall be taxed and what exempt, was passed by city council Tuesday night last. Tuesday evening the Rich u: :::onia had.a delightful rei imond reunion. The deputy Sheriff, J L Smith, committed matrimony last Tuesday veek he toled a Storey. Resolution regarding exemption of property of some of oar citizens whose property was burnt, was in definite' postponed by the council. The supper at Boston, Ind., on Sat u ad ay night last, was, we learn, a pleasant rc union of friends and, pecuniarily, a success also. The Universalist Church there, is in a nourishing condition. When the sid-walks are covered with ice, then aro the righteous and wicked on nn rquality, for they arc both "on slippery places." A perpetual injunction ia asked for relative to the collection of taxes in this and NcwGarden town ship, for the benefit of the R. A Ft. Wayne Railroad appropriation. Preparations are being made for a Supper find Tableaux Entertain ment for the benefit of the Homo of the Friendless. Duo notice of time, place and terms will soon be given. A d V.KKEY i n Paris, Ohio, tried to carvo another darkey with a razor the other day, and the effort resulted in some eerious wounds. The bill repealing the franking privilege passed the House, bv a vote of 103 to fo, to lake effect July, 1871, Free interchange of publications, and the free circula tion of papers within the county where published. In the abundance of apples, in Maiu.e the people have takwn to cider dii iking. The result is that evt-rt where cider-drunkards are, to be found; end a cidcr-droukard is the meanest, dirtiest piece of hu manity in violence. Tkukihlb Slalqhtkii. At Reed'a slaughter-house, Saturday evening, one hundred nd nine hogs wero killed and hung up in twenty-nine minuter. Two building Associations al roady, in eucccssful operation, nud a third cne just starting In the tatter, not lees than two hundred and filty shares already taken. Capital stock $100,000. Cull on Poe Jc Iiussel for shares. SP" I lotuer LJargis hus 1 1 ed way fas mous Oponfront Stoves, which have both cottro and sido draft, consuming all the coal, patent blower and reversible collars, which renders it the best Open Front heading Stove made. Masonic. At the regular com. munic:dion of We'b L.odge No. 24 the following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year: Bros; D W Johnson, W M; C S Marlatt, S W; L R Land, J W; J J Koney, Troas, S C Byer, Sec; E G Wei ver ton, Tyler. The Oasaiene Lamps at Harvey's are the bust no danger of explosions they arc perfectly safe, and the light they emit h equal to gas and much cheaper. Go to his Lamp Store, nearly opposite j Huntington Lfouse, Main street, and bay (Safety Light they are equal to a life insurance policy. Tub guilty one (who took the money from Mr. Little) in- (stead of being sent to the neniten tiary; was sentenced to two years' confinement in the Home of the Friendless. We understand taat this institution will have the care of female couvicts in future, and that it has been, or will be, incor porated by the State. SGo to the Millinery Store of Mrs. S. A. Ilifp, for latest Fall and Winter" styles of Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Feath ers, and Millinery Goods of ali descriptions. Call and see for yourselves, Ladies. Indianapolis tor the last few eveniugs ha3 had an entertainment at the Aoadcmy of Music, called tho Chii3tmas Tide Bazaar.' It was conducted by the Indies of the St. Paul's Cathedral. A&7U0 car riage was voted to the most popu lar t lergyman of the city. Episco pal clergyman not voted for. Fakmkks, Look IIkhe! Monitor Navy 2; cents a plug at 1 1 if f 's, 228 JWain stseet. Best brands of Vir ginia Black and Bright Navy at the same price, and alf other goods in proportion. The Coifed States Patent La.rs.with in. structions how to obtain Patents, is the title of a work of 112 pages, sent to in bv Mux A Co., 37 Park Row, New York. It also con tains the official rules, forms for patent deeds, hints on selling patents. 13'" diagram: of nn I chanical movements, and a large variety of I other useful information. It is a book reallv worth having, and can be hi, free hv all who will send their names to Messers. ih'N.v .t Co. as above. Christmas again; but Dickens is not here. He will be missed more while the Holiday fires burn and the miatletoc is fresh on the wall than at acy oth: r time of the year. Christmas is on Sunday. Why not regard Monday as Christinas and allow the laboring millions to enjoy a week-day of re&t? Surely no harm could come from it. Fast and Good. About the first of this; mouth, while old 'Jack Frost' was asleep, A. J. Wooton & Bro , in tiga day, completed the brick-work of W. D. Mendpnhall'a building, which contains 97,000 brick. Myrick ds Stevenson were the contractors for the entire com pletion of the building. We ask the particular attention of cur readers to the discussion between 'Volo' and 'Nolo,' on the Tariff question. They both han dle their pens as though they were not at a loss for words. It is a dry subject; but they are throwing considerable interest into it, be cause they are reaching towards the most tender part of humanity; 1 the pockets of the People. Mooke's Rural NbwYokkkr. One of the best, if not tdk best Agricultural Papers published in his country, is the Rural New : Yorker, published at New York jCitypnd at Rochester, N. Y. by j IX D T. Moore. The price per i year is given in another column, land, to say that it is the largest I and cheapest paper in the country i would be the truth and no flattery. I We commend it to our farmer friends ns eve y way worthy of their patronage. Messrs. Nye & St trr, are selling Stoves of mo-t beautiful oattcrn, at pticrs that cannot fail in indu cing all who may want a superior article that will please the wife, to call at their Depot Stove Store and purchase one Their stock canrot he surpassed iu variety, goodness, aud cheapness in tho city. Call and see. On the 30th inst , the Red Men of this city, propose to have a pro cession and oration in the after- noon, and, in the evening, a Grand Ball and Supper, to which all who are invited will be allowed to par. ticipate. They will all appear in cosiume, ana tnose attending will be furnished costumes. Tickets, 82,o0, including Supper. Gallery 25 cents, The entertainment comes off at Lyceum Hall, and the Year will bo closed vith fitting festh itie. The Mayor Beunett-O-ne. Last week we alluded to this disgraceful affair, and stated that the Grand Jury bad the matter in charge and it would be attend ed to. This has now be9n done, and the re sult of tho investigation is that three in dictments were found against the Mayor. 1st, Assault and Battery with intent to kill; Sd, Assault and Battery; 3J, Carrying Concealed Weapons. Whilst the Gran i Jury were at tending to the Bennett-Case.the Board of Po lice disposed of the Chief. M. M. Lacey, for the following good and sufficient reasons: "1st, That M M Lacey has failed to perform bis duty as Chief of Polica in permitting an affray in his office k iown ns Police Head Qurlers, between T. W, Bennttt and Smith Cae. "2nd, That M. M. Lacey, has failed to sat isfy the requirements of Sec. 1, of the Rules and regulations governing the Police Fdfcre: "No officer can necessarily expect to re tain his office, unless his conduct be such as to secure the good will of the respectable portion of the community." Col. John S. McGraw, was appointed in the place of Maj. Lacey. This is a good ap pointment and universally satisfactory. The Board have the cases of other members of the Force under advise ruect, under Sec. 1 above quoted. They are in the line of duty and will be sustained. Our neighbor of the Indepen dent is mistaken when he eays tho Council 'confirmed' the action of the Hoard relative to Maj. L.s removal that was one of the : Board's specific duties and needed no process of confirmation. . More The following is a poetic description of the affair furnished ns by our friend 'Throttle,' who has stuck to the text and made the sub ject "mellow"-dious: For the Pelladiura. An Object in the Dark f Three Familiar Pictures of the Marl oh Street Mellow-Dram-ma. BY THROTTLB. The street was dimly lighted as many will remember On a winter's night in '70, The fifteenth of December; The "quarter s," in Meek's house, And the ent'rance is on Main, And the house is on the right As you go to R. R. train: So if you'll give attention, And to my story hark, I'll tell you as 'twas tald to me, W hat happened in the dark: An object seen on Fifth street, Was hurryijg 'long the walk, When from an upper window A maid was heard to talk: OhI Mr. M an 1 1 do please como herel" She said in much alarm, "There is a man at my back-door, Who aims to do some harm 1" The object, then, the back-door seeks, For he courage did not lack. And in the shadow of a house, He perform 'd a flank-movement taok. Then hoarsely cries the object: "Come go wi.h me my man. For to stop this cursed prowling, We have in view a plan ; " Then straightway to "head-quarters," To the Chif their footsteps wend The object then, in silence. Departs to find a friend; But 'tis no longerdarkness A prisoner in tlu light, And here is in re "his honor" says, Was commencement of the fight: Ill-humor had the upper hand' ' Of him who was arrested, And Mr. M-an came back and found i The prisoner's coat divested; He with the Chit a council held, Brief consisting of a word And then abusive language From Mr. M an is tu-ard ; He strikes quick blows, his eyes do Hash, Hit voice is like a lion's roar. Then prisoner w ith "his honor," Lie struggling upon the floor. A friendly "drop light then comes Down," (the words of Mi. M-au) And train'd to be of seivice, Makes fast tho prisoner's hand, Heroically be struggles. Put fast is losing pround, And in this sad condition, Him wicked tints do pound 1 The "drop-light" once more blazing Light flickers through the room ; The Chief, like giod Samaritan, Then camphors up his woands. The pris'ner's wounds all campborei, He speaks of "prosecution," But Mr. M-an can't hear the tnongLt Of ofjxci I tlittolution; So vainly tries to smooth it o'er, But he found too hard a CWf And with a pistol in his hand, Strikes prisoner in the fs-e! With might and main the muzzle Plows up the yielding cheek The door was kickad frora out-side, And their secret sprung a leakl On the steps were footsteps beard. All making such a clatter, A head was jamui'd between the door In fweing "w-hat's the matter?" And Mr. M-an assured them No unusual sound oame o'er. But a keen eye soon discovered A sorry sight in gore ! I suggest a ppeedy trial Should be quickly brought to bear. Redress an outraged People, By punishing the M ayor. "A Valcaiils Book. We ca!l attention to the advertisement thus headed in another column of to day's paper. It is designed by the publisher, to mako the work indispensable to every Christian family and every Minister of the Gospel. It is the most complete compend of important information which has been compiled in this country, containing over 220 pa ges, and tho prico is only 3100. The Departments of the work, is as follows, 1st. Explanations of the Cycles of Times; 2d, A Civil and Commercial Department; 3d, An extensive Agricultural De pal tment, giving Statistics of tho various products of the country; 4th, An Ecclesiastical Department; 5th, Department of Chnrch Work, containing the Clati-tics of Be nevolent Contributors for the coun try nt large; Cth, An Educational Department, with a complete Li it of Colleges throughout the conn- tr3' flm1 tlle,r Piesulents; 7th, A similar List of the Theological Seminaries of all denominations; 8th, Medical Department, Medical Colleges, Arc ; 9th, Legal Depart ment, Law Schools, &c. Address, Sidney E. Morsb, Jr. & Co. 37 Park Row, New York. Gkorge Jonks, who was so un- fortunate as to badiy injure his arm on the rail-road some time ago, has returned from New York, to which city he has been on a Tisit. Ladibs of the 'upper-ten' are anxious to know from where the fashions will come, now that Taris is beseiged. Husbands fervently Lope they won't como at all. 1 fimtin r f rtnl wao f t A1 v The Riverside skating-park opened Thursday evening. Mr. Drniel Reefsnyder, former ly of this city, died ou the 10th nst. in Brltiaiore city, of con sumption. Sunday last was a damp, disa greeahlc day, and most cilixenp stayed indoors. The express train on the Pan Handle coming west, was delayed tivc hours on Monday on account of the heavy fall of snow. In Texas you will find sympa thizing friends. If you have the blues and request a man to shoot you he'll do it; and the Judge will Ic-t'yonr murderer go, and prove that he is entitled to your mule. Every where we see accouuts of some bold cat jumping from a four story house without injury. Cats must be practising for some grand -4 piece of burglary. While you aro merry making during the holidays, don't forget , the poor. These you always have with you. And remember that He, whose memory is commemor ated by Christmas, commanded you not to forget the poor. Accident. A brakeman on the E. & H. Road, James Cunningham by name, lost both legs near Som erville, Friday, by falling between the cars, and died from the effects. White water is 'muchly' redden ed by the blood flowing so pro fusely into it from the slaughter house. It is said that King William feeds his men on salt mackerel be fore a battle, then tells them that ten thousands kegs of beer await them over the heights, upon which the soldiers fight desperately. What ideas crazy folks have An inaane farmer, dovn east, has built a 8200 pig pen, grained and papered inside. a m Phillips Hall was pretty wel filled on Monday Eve, by those of our citizens who love good siDg- mg, end they heard it from the Hutchinson Family. Our paper is being enlivened by a series of communications signed 'Homo,' on the 'Woman Suffrage question, which are ably written, and, we think well calculated to convince. Read them. One of our exchanges thinks that tho sting of a bee carries con viction with it, because it makes a man a bee-leaver. Whether this is so or not, it Is true neverthe less, that Eugene Harrold has ev ery thing in his Drugstore f the healing of the sick and afflicted. Go there and patronize him. Wa notice in Thursday's 'Radi ical,' an advertisement for a wife, whoso age must be between twen ty aud thirty. That paper says it's from a 'brother editor. We see be has got a customer who dales her u-ivo from Newport, and use the last 'Telegram as a mc iium t- convey it. 11 ml but he's iu hick! Ct.n a man who owes his shoe maker say his solo is his own ? Bat then there is no nead of any body being in debt for boots and shoes. Estell A Sons sell theso good, of the best quality, at such a low price that everybody ought to be supplied. Their stock is very lsrge. The weather demands that the ftet should be well clothed. The place to get boots or shoes is at EstelL & Sons, No. 181 Main Street. Talking about soles, on is re minded of the body, and to "IftM'p it in good trim, it is necessary to take IUedicinf and flm nlono . tivt. IUCUI(,IIH-, ana me place tO nrOCIirP it ia f TVT n pl'..,l' J liut,ure u 19 at al. IS. JJaliard 8 : D. g' iIIStOre, near the Depot, Where ' . I . ... - . . everytninr; m his line can ha had - - i at. lair and just prices. lie is one of the moat careful caterers for Physicians,!!) filling their prescrip tions, in the city. Tueft. A young man, who has for sometime accompanied the world rc-nowned Van Amburo'a in hi wanderings, and who had at last returned here to his family, stele 840 from Martin Bennett an Monday night last. Tho loss of the trancy was discovered and Po liceman Bennett set upon the track of tho t'-ief; and the young maa wa3 arrested in that part of our city known as the 'flats,' where he had already ridded himself of a portion of tho ill begotten stamps. Mrs. Mendenhall residing on Main, between Pearl and Front while sitting in the house Saturday evening, was frightened badly by a ball from a pistol, coming through the window, and passing Uer head dangerously near. Policeman Ben nett was sent for, but he failed to lears whether it was intentional or accidental. ii uuiiutvu o i tut a cn umevt tu fine of 1'iltftbarg, Ciuciunnt', and St. l ouis Kail wny. PAN-HANLhTe ROUTE: Depart. INDIANAPOLIS. Aceommoda'n 5.20 amiFasl Lino.. Arrive 6.34 am Accommoda'n 8.10 am Eii ress ... 1 1.47 am rast Line ... 2.40 pm : South'n Exp 11.58 pm .South. Exp. S.IOpmc Accommoda'n ft.IOpins Una ps Kxpr JU.i) pm PI QUA find CULl'Mlil'S. Fast Line 6.34 arrjFast Line 2. "5 pm Express 11.47 au i South Lxpr 1 1.68 pm DAYTO.N hii-I ( on;.im s. Accommoda'n 6.50 anijcc mmnda'n 5.20 am Fast Line S.15 pnJ-nd'ps Kxpr i.'if) pm ludp's Expr 10.45 projUaii 6.3,5 pm HAMILTON nud CINCINNATI. Chicago Exp 6 4 . nirjChicsgo '.'ail V2.10 ru Chicago llail.,7.00 pn ) O'hicago Exp 10.C5 pm LOCiANSPOIlT ntl CHICAGO. Chicago Mail 12.40 m Chicago Exp. .6 30 am Chicago Exp 10.05 puijChicago Mail. .6. 55 am RICHMOND nnd WINCHESTER. Accommod'n 4.00 pin Aocouiun;d'n 9.00 am MAILS Arrival and Depart n to. opess. CLoPB , Cincinnati, through Cincinnati and way Chicago, through Chicago and way ...... .. Columbus and way . Dayton and wav 7.30 pin 6.15 am 12.40 pm 6.30 pm 7,30 sm S.On pm 7.20 am;i2.IOpm 3.00 pm 11.15am 3 00 pm'i".15 am 7.30 am 7.40 am Indianapolis and through Iniiianapolis and way.. .. Winchester and way.... 12.15 pm 2.10 pm y.3o am J .'.') pm Arba, 11. CO pn-i 12.00 tn 12.0 ) m 2.00 pm 12. (0 in 1.00 pm Rloomicgsport Fairhaven Libert v route 6.00 pm 7."0 am 3B- Office open from 7:00 A. M . to 8:00 F M On Sunday, from 9:00 to 10:00 A St I. H. JULIAN. P. M. Special !N"otIcos. Dlt. SCUEXCIC ADriSCS coxsuxr TIVES TO GO TO FLORIDA IX WIXTEU. Haviso fortHo last thirty-five 3-oar3 devotrd mv whole time and attention to the study cl 'lunt; dis eases and consumption, I foci that i understand rally th courne that culit to bt. pursued tu r( Oir3 a tolerably bad caso .f diseased luns to litaithy eoundncsH. Tbe first and incst iniruitant tun In, for Uie patient to avoid taking culd ; and the best of all i!ac' on tUia continent for tliU j.wposc, in winter, is Florida, well down in the Stale, where the temperature i a regular, and not subject to finch variations as in more northern latitudes. I'alatka la a point I can recommend. A t-ood hotelis kept there by Poterman. Last winter I saw several per sons there whooe luncs had been badly diseased, bnt who, under the neaiui inttuence of the climate and my medicines, were getting well. One hundred mites farther down the river la a point which I would prefer to l'alatka, u the tem perature is more even, and the air dry and bracing. Meilonville and Enterprise are located there. abould give a decided preference to Alellonville : it Is two miles frora river or lake, and It seems almost Impoasibleto take cold thero. The tables in Florida micht be better, and patients complain at times: but that is a eood sitm. as it indicates a return of appetite; and, when this is the case, thev generally increase in tiesh, and then the luiik-s m ust heal. -Jacksonville, Ilibernia, Green Cove, and many other places in various parts of Florida, can be bafo ly reewmmended to consumptives in winter. Jly reasons for saying so are, that patients are less lia ble to take cold there than where thcie is n less even temperature; and it la not necessary to sav. that, where a consumptive person exposes himseif to frequent colds, he is certain to die shortly: therefore, my advice is, go well down into the Mate, out of tbe reach of prevailing east winds and fge. Jacksonville, or almort any other of the localities I have named, will benefit those who arctroublcd with a torpid liver, a disordered stomach, dui sm-ed nowela, sore throat, or cough; but, for those whoso lunvs are diseased, a more southern point is ear nestly recommended, for fifteen years prior to 1WS, I was profession ally in iew l ork,IVoston, Ualtimore, and l liiladt i phiaaverr week, where I saw and examined on an avera.ee live hundred patients nw-c.k. A praetico so extensive, embracing; every possible phnpeot'lung disease, has enabled me to understand the disease fully ; and hence my caution in retard to taking coia. A person may taKe vast Quantities or rtchenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonio, and Mandrake Pills," and yet die ii ho does not avoid laitui com. In Florida, nearly everybody is using Schcnck'a Mandrake Pills; for the climate is more likely to produce bilious hablta than more northern lati tudes. It is a well-established fact, that native of Florida rarely die of consumption, especiallv tbose of the southern part. On the other hand, in ew England, one-third at least of the population die of this terrible disease. In the Middle Mates, it does not prevail so largely ; still there aro many thousands of cases there. What a vast percentage of life would be saved if consumptives were ru easily alarmed In regard to taking fresh colds as they are aboutccarletfever, sniail-pox.&c. ! but thev aro not : they lake w hat they term a little cold, w"hicli they are credulous enough to believe will w ear off In a few days. Xhey pay no attention to it, and hence it lays tho foundation for another end an other still, until the lungs are diseased beyond all liope of cult. 4 My advice to persons whose luncs aro affected, even slightly, is to lay in a stock of Schenck'a Pul -Clonic Hyrtip, Schenck's Seaweed Tonic, and fcebenek's Mandrake Pills, and go to Florida. 1 re commend these particularmedicines, because I am thoroughly acquainted with their action. I know, that, where they are used in strict accordance with my directions, they will do the work that is ro- 3 ulrcd. This accomplished, nature will do the rest, he physician who prescribes for cold, couj;h, or riifcht sweats, and then advises the patient to walk or ride out every day, will be sure to have a corpso on ids hands before long. My planis, to give my three medicines in accord ance with the printed directions, except in some cases where a freer use of the Mandrake Pills is necessary. My object' is, to give tone to the stom ach, to Be' up a good appetite. It is always a food sign when a patient begins to grow liunzry ; have hopes of such. With a relish for fmd,and tho gratiflcation of that relish, comes good blood, and with it more flesh, which is closely followed hy a healing of the lungs, thenthocouh loosens and abates, the creeping chills and claminv night s weals no longer prostrate and annoy, alid the patient gets well, provided he avoids taking cold. ow, there are manv consumptives who have not the means to go to Florida. The question mar be asked. Is there no hope for such? Certainly there is. My advice to such is, and ever has b en, to stay in a warm room during the winter, with a temperature of about seventy degrees, winch should be kept regularly at that point by means of a thermometer. Let such a patient Uike his exer cise within the limits of tho room by walking up and down as much as his strength will permit, in order to keen uu a healthv circulation of the blood. J have cured thousands by this system, and can dj so again. Consumption ia as easily cured as any other disease. If it is taken in time, and tho proper kind of treatment is pursued. The fact stands un disputed on record, that 5tehenek's Pulmonic Syrup, Mandrake Pills, and .Seaweed Tonic have cured very many of what seemed to be hopeless cases of consumption, tio where you will, y.ni will be almost certain to And some poor consumptive who lias been rescued from the very jaws, of death by their use So far as the Mandrake rills are concri-nr.!. everybody should keep a supply of them on hand. They act on the liver better than calomel, and leave none of its hurtful effects behind. In fact, they aro excellent in all cases where a purgative medicine is required. If you have partaken too freelv of fruit, and diarrhoea ensues, a dose of Mia Mandrakes will cure you. Jf you are subject to sick headache, take a dose of the Mandrakes, and they will relieve you in two hours. If you would obviate the etfect of a change of water or the too free indulgence in fruit, take one of the Mandrakes every night, and you may then drink water, and vat water-melons, pears, a'utiles, plums, peaches, or corn, without the risk of being made sick by them. They will protect those who live in damp situations against chills and fevers. Try them. '1 hey uta perfectly harmless. They can do you good onlv. I have abandoned my professional visits to I!os ton and 'ew York, but continue to see patients ut my ofliee. No. 15 iortb. sixth fitretft, iTiiladelphia, every Saturday, from 9, a.m.. to 3, p a. i hose who wish a thorough examina tion w ith the Uespirorr.eter will be charged Ave dollars. The Kespiionieter declares the exact condition of thu lunge; and patients can readily learn whether they are cur able or not. But 1 desire it distinctlv understood, that the value of mv medicines depends entirely upon their being taken strictly according to direc tions. In conclusion, I will say, that when persons take my medicines, and their svstro-i r.. i..m-tit It !"., I,ealt'1y condition thereby, thev lire not s. Jfhable to take cold; yet no one with diseased liing into healthy condition therein- thev n m not so h , uaUKn change ut atmosphere, without the liability of KreatcrorU-ialrriutUon of the hron- chial tubes. directions In all languages accompany mv , . ...... ' lll.l rtllV . 1 1 1 " (..li, .lhein iUuuJ consulting me, r.nd can i.o uougut iiom any aruggist. any druggi J. it. Schesck, M.IX, So. l5Xorth Sixth Street, Philadelphia. JOIIN IIKXTtY, 7 S COLLEGE rLA.CE, XEW XUJZ1C. WHOLESALE AGENT. I have for the past eiVlit months constantly used one of the S12 Oride Gold Lever Watches, manu factured by Chas. P. Norton fc Co., 86 Nassau Street, New York, and foimd the total variation in its time but one-half minute, (30 sec onds,) and it retains the ame ap pearance of gold as when purchas ed. Several of our men uso them for correctness and wear. HORACE W. WIIITAKER, Conductor Erie Railrnad Co. 29m 3 Thoai2 Lever Watch, No. 3, 580, purchased from Chti3. P. Nor ton fe Co., 8G Nassau Street, New York, January 5th, has been car ried, by me over six months, with a total variation in time of only 26 seconds, without the slightest reg ulating, and presents the same brilliancy of color as wl:en pur chased. JAMES R. WILTON. Sec. American S, M. Co., N. Y. New York, Jnly SOth, 1S70. 20ai3 & wo e v W -tf A & FURNACES! JB Bargis' Agent for the Morning G-lory, Base Burning, Hot Air Furnaces. One Fire lasts all the Season. - ALSO, Kichawison, Uoynton A Co.'s POKTABLK nud RllICK SUTT FUR NACES, for Wood, Hard or Soft Coal. They will gire more Heat, with less Ex pense, than any other manufactured" Parties wanting PITH CE. .r ;n;t ..it and see tnem before purchasing. Prices rasonab!o. Satisfaction Rtiarranteed in settiuz them. 19-tf S5 GOOD S8 AT OLD PRICES. As the sole Agents in tho United .States for tbe Lirerpool Watch Co. we are authorized by them to close oat a lare line of European Watches, Chains, Ac now in stock, for Cash, at prices never before known. All beautiful in finish, artstie in design, reliable for accu rate time, durable, and of the latest strips. Every watch will be retailed at leas than cost of importation, and forwarded securelv pack ed, pre-paid, to any part of the country on receipt of price. Money can be sent to us by express, with orders for Express Co. to re turn Goods or Cash, which will secure promptness and safety t" purchaser. Amonn- our list will be found A Hvant ful English Silver, Solid Double Case Watch, genuine English full plate jew eled movements, adjusted regulator, steel out hun ls, enjrine turned nerl, correct and servi ceable article, larse or small size, in complete running order, with u elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket and Key, all complete, mailed free for A Very Hindsome Watch in finn l-t--. rut GoKl plated Double Case imitation ff 'C0 Gold Watch -engraved 0- plain, genuine Kt lish full plate jeweled movements, adjusted regulator, correct, an I in complete running order with el.ant Gjnt's Vest Chain, with Locket and Key, mailed pre-paid for ou!y..$3 THE ORIDE GOLD WATCH fn Massive Oride Gold Double Hunting Magic hpringr Cases, eleffantly engraved, or engine turned, Genuine Patent Lever Move ments, full jewolec. regulated and warrnterl to keep correct time. tnU wear equal to Gold, precisely like in appesranco, make, finish, brilliancy of color, to $200 Gold Watch. One of these splendid Watches will be forwarded by mail free to any nd Iresa.in handsome mo roco case,lin?d with vel.et and satin, (La dies' or Gent's size Watch,) for only f 12 Watches for holiday presents manufactured to order. Genuine American Watches of all grade, in Gold or Silver Cases, from $18 up to 20u. "i "aieues etjuaiiy low. tth every Clu'o of six Watches of any kind, e send one extra of same kind free, as a pre mium to getter no of Cil. A Ktioerior at..-t of Genuine Oride Gold Chains, from to $r each, warranted fnli v equal to Gold in bril liancy of color, wear, ic. Bills of over $12 collected on delivery, if desired. All Pills of $12 and less must be cash in P. O. nv.nov nr. ders, or registered letters, at our risk Good car.uny (.elected, j acked and forwarded pre paid by mail, or by express, no receipt of price. Sale delivery of all Goods puaran'eed, Watches forwarded to baexaminni to r.-irti... known, when express charges both wavs are paid. No Goods forwarded west of the Mi. mssippi River, with bill to collect on delivery. Purchasers must pay al! express charges on goods sent C. O. !.: also for return of money. All Lash orders forwarded free of rhirn.. to destination. Catalogues Free. Address an oidcrs I DAS. 1. NORTON A CO. IupcBTKns op Watches, Ac. Established 1S57. 88 Nassau St . N. V. ma i - - - To Delfflqaents. mjOTICK i hereby given, that the Delin 11 quent Tax List will be Duhlisecd ber 15th, 1S70, and it will be to the interest of an ieitnqtients, to pav before that dale and save costs. JOHN H( M. Treasurer, weutreviiie, ind., ftor. 22 187o. W. Co. PSYCIIOM.4NCY. Any lady or gen tler.an can mako 1,000 a month, se cure their own hatioioes and -Ind. by obtaining PSVCHOMANCY. FASCIXA- or soil CHARMING. 400 .lrtk F..M . . . .. . pages: . luMrucnins to use this power over men or ar.imala at will, how to Me-mer-tze, become Trance or Writing Mediums, Divination, Spiritualism, Alchemy , Philoso phy of Omens and Dreams, Brigham Young's Uarem. Guide to Mtrriago, Ac, all contained m this book; 100,000 sold: price by mail, in cloth $l.2i, paper covers $1. Noticb. Any person willing to act as agent will receive a sample copy of the work fret. As no capital is required, all desirous of genteel rmploy niect should send for the hook, enclosing 10 eta. for postage, to T W. EVANS A CO., 41 Vnt.,1. C. 1. (J.l,-ta,.. ' "hi oi,, niiajeipti;. All DDL-ETON'S POCKET COUN SHELLER. One Agent wanted in every county in the L". S. to sell Middleton's Pocket Corn Shelter, patented 1870. It shells all sizes of corn, and can be used by any ot,e will last for vears. Ketail price. 50 cents. Wholesale to Agents, 25 cents. Territory frkr. MIUDLETON A CO.. 38"4t riarrisburg, Pa. R E M O V A 1j. ELLIOTT mi Have removed their Stock of F urniture TO Singer Hall Building, NORTH FRANKLIN ST.. First Building North of First National Bank. They will be able, ia a short time to fill all the demands, and have a superior qualitv of Furniture of their own make on hand, which they offer to the public at low prices. 3Stf BETAKE yourselves to the Palladium Of fice, for any kind of printing you may need ami it will U) dooo to your latisfact ca . Son. . . . m. - . - - - HUiS OP THE RK1) STOVE. tTfe re:e'Pt.,f ten CPnts, the subscriber will furnish information worth fi Addresb L li DARLING, No. 3 Worcester S " Providence, R. I. great distribution! By the Metropolitan Gift Company CASH GIFTS TO TUB AMOUNT OF 8500,000. EVERY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE. 5 Cash Gift i. each tn non 10 20 60 500 " - 10.000 " " ' 6,000 " 1,000 " V0 " ioa f.O Elegant Rosewood Pianos ea ch 3 0to70 0 75 Melodeons " 75 to 100 3'.0 Sewing Machines " 60 to 175 500 Gold Watches " 75 to 00 Cash Prizes, Silrer Ware, Jkc, valued at 1 ,000,0tiO A chance to draw any of the above Prizes for 25c. Tickets describing prizes are sealed in Envelopes and well mixed. On receint of 9 . s;....l.l T;l.. j ... . ! . " jiini-t is Orson witnotit choice and S"nt by mail to any address. The prize named upon it will be delivered to Ih9 ticket holder on payment of One Dollar. Prizes are immediately sent o any addrrss hy ex press or retnn mail. You will know what your prize is before yon pay for it. Any prize exchanged for an other of same value. No Wanks. Our pa trons cm depend on fair dealing. Refekencks : The following lately drew valuable prizes an i kindlv permit us to pub lish thero : Anirew J. Burns. Chicago, 10 . 000; Miss Clara Walker, Baltimore, Piano, $300: Jas. M. Matthews. Detroit. linn ' John T. Anderson, Savannah, $5,000; Miss Agnes Simmons, Charleston, piano, $f!00 Press Opisions : "The firm le reliable." Weekly Tribuue, Mav 23. "Deserve their ssrtcess" !N. Y. Herald, Oct. I. "Juat and honorable." News, Oct. 9. Send for circular. Liberal inducenu nts to Agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every package of Sealed Envelopes contains om cash gift, i'ix tickets for One Dollar- 13 for Two Dollars; 35 for Five Dollars ; 110 for Fifteen Dollars. Address ail letters to AMES, WALLACE 4 CO., 70 Broadway, S. HWO.tlE OF THE FRIENDLESS: JfiM. The Managers of this Institution beg leave to say they are prepared to do all kind or W ork, such as Willing, Ironing. Sewing, Quilting, Can iii Chairs, kr: We soircit the tiatronaim of tho r.. ,.!: ; Idrrtornake the Ir.stitttiioti as noli-Miauia- nig a possitue. ihanklul for past favon, we solicit a continuance ol the same in fu ture. We have a lot of Shirt Fronts, for able cb(iaP- E.L.Johnson, Ktip't. OCTOBER, 1870. BEST SIX CORD IS NOW THE i nread put up ror the American market which Is Six Cord in All Numbers, From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive. For Hand and Machine. OF -PAI THOMAS, the Hero, should be Bold by all Agents. Applv soon. K. W.CAHROLL A CO., 1'ublishers, Cincinnati. 10000 canvassers ivanted! We want the name and o.l.lm.o r.r . ladv or gentleman in every school district in theLnited States, to act fltront fit. ii.'. 1 ..... uesa light, wages good, and no capital requir ed, tend us your name and address at nee enclosing three cent stamp for return po-t, age, and receive printed instructions. Addres .Manetta News Co., Marietta, Ohio. KOi AL HAVANA LOTTERY. tlffri""' and '"formation furnished by GEORGE UPIIAM, Providence, R.I. 34-4w A Week Salary! Young men sai" wanted as local and traveling ..0.'.eJ?- "Address ( with stamp) It. if. wALkF.lt, 31 Park Kow, New York. 8lO A DAY FOR ALL!-Stcn- ML Cll 1 cxil Namnlea litaila.l r... , J. Fiillam, liroadway, New York. $75 to $250 per Montbt And steady i-mployment to Agents, te or female. For particulars, circulars, A. ad dress, with stamp, D B GALLANDEA, Tole do, Ohio. 31:lw $1000 PER WEEK! Can be made by parties who are wide awake, without interfering with other business. Ad dress HOBEKT S WARD, 78, liroad way, Ne v York.- A MYSTERY SOLVED! -Fifteen Min utes' Private Conversation with Married Ladies by one of their number. Sent free for two stamps. Address Mrs. II METZGER Hanover, Penn. dpi AS KILLS discounted 15 per cent v it paid on orbsfore the 20th of each , : NEW ADVEIlTJSiCMtK'IS. C1IIKISTIAN STANDAItH opt..j- Secta and advocates Primitive Cltriiitiu tj. lift and ekeartrtt lamilr We kly; j.a. ges; 48 columns. Edited by Elders Is AC En Rtt and J. 8. Lajok. (Mv ?2a v-t! Specimens frt. K. W. CAI.kOJ.L &." CO , Pubs., Cincinnati, Ohio. - lVFJIWRJI UNION' I'ATLM . W AliENCY. Pre r A Mi kit, t, n;, west corner Claik and Blad-M.n tieeU. Co; rao, 111. We invite the correspondence t t 'heso it tercstcd in fecurii g I i t, ExIt aion, lle-iasues, Caveats, Ac O ;r t.i-t-. are promptness end tbcrot.'gi !, v.n ii . charges aa moderate as good r.i fk t -i mit. All information grtis. A.K FOR NOTH1.N'.:.-'i XiY X p i iiririit.-Scll ,f , and c tli ud yi u t'xlru one lor yor tn i'i!i . K ll Five for $7.50, ami rt t':.e w. i. t , and we will n'nd llnil-t foz : w v place you order. LIPPINCO I T .1 LKAKh- WELL, Pittsburgh, Pa. tiT W omnn to act as Local Agt-:i fr l!rs;.t Wmn bKBCBsa'8 Great Kcligu its Wckiv. Eight numbers, with lUj-.trr Buxttr.i; Stow t'a new Story, and a ;upetb i hut I Engtarmg Given Awav. Many r,tm ni.ik i $10 to $50 per day in cnh SaunJe . FBEK. Address J. B. FOUL1 A CO.' ZS i';trk Bow, N. Y. ACESTS WANTKH-S2J5 A MONlll. bv the AMERICAN KM'i'UMi MA CHINE CO.UOS I ON, MASS, rr ST. LOt 16. MO. 4w jjg A WEEK pid "ui'tnls, male or m female, in a n. nt'ii.ufactur'i.g ousincss at ni'tue. An Address Novkitv Co., Sat lal rtitiired. SALESMEN WANTED. iiiess Lonorable. No r rrref : r. like r.i pay g.ven. S. W. KENNE L V. fc h itli St. Philade'phia. FREE TO BOOK AGENTS We will send a hanscni Prospectus of i!i JVtw Hhmtrattd Family Utlh- to sny Ut't-k Agent, free of charge. -Addren, National Pt'BLisniKO Co., Chicago, 111., Cincinnati, Ohio, or St. Louis, Mo. 4 T ANTED AGENTS, (2( per ilitt i to sell the celebrated HOME SHUT TLE SEWING MACHINE. H.is the nr.i'cr- . feed, makes the Mock stitch' tuliUc on both fcides.) and is fully licenstd. 'lie best ar.d cheapest family Sewing Marlt'ne in thrf market. Address, JOHNSON, CL ARK A CO Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, "Pa., t l.icago, I-I., or St. Louis, Mo. iw FARMER'S HELPER Shows how to double the pror-.t of tl:e FAHH and bow farmers and their M.-t.s can tatb maie $100 PER MONTH In Winter. 10,000 Copies" wi!i be mailed free to Farmers. Send uanie Knd add rets to ZEIGLEIi A McCURDY, Cncitmstt, Ohio. 4v AGENTS WANTED FOR "Mil 07 tl mm? Slnn-'nrd and official biographies of every mistress of the President's Mausion 'rent Washington to Grant. Superbly illutlratud on steel. F"or circulars and u rins. Address V. STATK8 PfBLlsniKO Co., New York, Cin cinnati, Chicago or St. Loui.,. 4;y SUOOT 0 t a u w Salary We Guarantee To Pey. IjOOK AGENTS of experience: or a larger I j commission than is olKicu bv any other W Publishers. Agents are rr..-king $!'.0 to $200 per week Canvassing for our new illus tratcd Hooks. We gu.irar.leu Agcnfs-a sal ary or larger commission, Rirh"a choice of two new and popular Lr(.ks and i-xciu.-ire territory. We ofler a rate elmnco to ener getic tr.cn or women to u.ake r.:oin.-r. Secure your agency direct from the publisher. . J B BL'RR A CO., Hartfo-.M, Conn. 4w Sherman's Patent i.rakc, To prevent retrograde motion on Wheeler A Wilsou and all the principal Sewing jjU-chines-Sent by mail, postage paid, with in structions for using, on the receipt of $1.50. Agents wanted. Address, SHERMAN PAT ENT BRAKE COMPANY, Box 2,SJ2, Phiia delphia,Pa. GS-c't. KOOK A CENTS MAKE $80 to$200 perMonthbv Hliu ' IRE AT FORTUNES. And Hot Tiny Wkrk Minn. Bv J. n Mc Cabe, Jr., New fresh and original." Profiise'y lllttstra'ej and beautifnily bott::d. 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