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THE PAUiABIUil "'ttUaaaCVattTSTCaoAY,BY ' ' 3 iff RICHMOND FEB, 22,18,3. GLORTENOtJGH! : ' . The Tpenttei.liw,!B Bjiiopsig of whieh wejtibiieh in another col iunh, pawed the Senate 'oh Thurs day by ft TC$of $6 xd lis w aiting the signature of Governor Hendricks to beedme law.: s When the Grorenior t3xe ' his 'signature to it, then 'it goes into' operation imme&fttexjv "suggest; tuais soon a this few , goes .into effect, uur ciuxen Bee to U that its pro Irisions are fully sawied1 but15 The only way to male V goocl law effeo lire, ia fc the, people tc, sie, that it is rigidly enfeceetL So lenifu;: int ':-. '' .i ! V ...i j(L-4txiAtrt J"hi-Heiei-il8,'1 Under the' 'IbefeBsts?. jfiSfctof May, 186 eyey cttaaiiof the Uni. ted Stiles is entitled to J WO acres of the pubSc domain who set tle thereon, and reside for jthejpace of fire jasw.tMDdinet to this act, made last year, a diserimi nation is made in faTOf of soldiers and BaUons, by, dedTixg from the act jusi passed all ime '. served , by them in the army or navy,-' to per fect a title; also allowing them 6 select or locale by an agent, instead of in person. " This las, privilege saves a vast3 eal ; of .expense' and time to those; who propose to locate lands. IXany are taking advantage of this amendment, and ; Bhould the bill now before Congress, ; which has already passed the. Senate, be come a law, and of thfs we entertain no doubt, those' wW locate under the old law can at once j change' to the latter,thns having the advantage of earlier and better i selections of lands. unii ..ttst. o e'un Laads For SoMiera V""''-" ' Petitions ' areffuring 'Via upon Vyongreiw urging the passage of the bill granting to each soldier,, and sailer who served in the- - late war, one hundred and sixty acres 6f pub-' that this bill will soon become a law, as it has already passed . the Senate.''-'- nit vi ( i-'y -u We can view the paRsage of 'this act in no other light than as an act of justice to f the ,- brave men I who perilled not only their fortunes but their lives to -'sustain the govern ment Better give to the soldiers, inan to Dioatea railroad ;; Corpora tions. ;-.r.. jf-. j ;ti ,.'! .:i The Poland Credit Mobilier Com mittee of Congress made its report to the House last Tuesday. The committee recommends - the : , expul sion oi Uaks Ames, of Massachus etts, and James Brooks,:. of. New York, but does not find . any , thing serious against , the other members implicated. Next Tuesday, is, agreed upon lor the consideration . of tbe report by the louse. The opinion is freely expressed, at. .Washington that the requisite two-thirds majori ty for. an expulsion can not be se- cured,.. , :.,,f Ti;onu i-.m to - in The House hAs passed a bill . fix ing the salary. . of the Superintend dent olFubnc Instractionat 92,000, Knox comity, the very first orga nized in the mate, has not' a mile of turnpiko road. ! ! ' ,,,' t,! v-: The Southern Prison, , at Jeffer BonriQe, has ' seventeen . iemale . in- mate, amongVhom is ,Mrs. Clem. The Boehester f Sentinel! relates that Mr. Wm. Reed, . a i respectable farmer, has become m insane' from having to pay a security debt 'r " ; ' ' A father and three children in a family named Walters, at Madison, have died ef smallpox, lesving the mother as the only survivdr. . Mr. Geo. H. Bishop, : of Moral township, informs us that he raised 1,615 pounds of tobacco from: one acre of ground last season, and sold it at 7 cents- per pound, thereby realizing 91210$ per ; acre. Shel . byville Volunteer. j ban tf : '( Hugh Diveh fell frompome part of the old distillery rums last Fri day and broke his leg m two places? split, making the injury a very se-,' rior.H miR- Cnrnhriffrre Tn'btinA ' The Telegram says: Eighty per sons in Richmond pay taxes on $10,- 000 worth of ftoperty or over. tThe heaviest tax payers axe Gaar Scott & Co., whose property is assessed at 8172.325., .Two others are as sessed at over $100,000, (Vaneman, Raid it Co., and Jaa J. f Morrison, A deflated emcWiMe candidate for Coagresa in Connecticut 'two years ago has no further taste for poblio -i life.' He ' say's: The knowledge' obUfned7 at our last Congressional election leads me to beiieve that Ii not "the man of the period,' -In my political Joar nev in 1871, on the political' ' Irish wav, as lowest down froitt Jeruas- lera to -Jerioho,' : I; fell1 ' among tb- ose experiences which u 'are some of the most cherished 1 of my life, roe l osnnoi forget them ir Lvrnaia. ' COCIU SjiTiUi Too rreuaent . is resarded . as quite in earnest in hi determUia- atlon to secure the.enfoi cement of the law In Utah. He, recantly remarked thstif Copgess.id not give Dim aid in tue legislation which is needed he would be oblig ed to to tend more troops to that Territory. . Tbe Mormons have 90d resson for their excitement ttr. ColfeBs ViSlanntion 1 WASHTSQfTebria- The to! lowincr statement reerarding Mr. Colfax is made to-day upon the. au thority of his counsel, Judge Hale : Jlt'ftmir'ODnAmttee'bn the 11th ufst., It was for the purpose of show- 200 deposited by him Junfe 22, was derived, an ? attempt having been made to' connect- that with: : the . al leged payment to hicCt ;by: Oakes Amaa,- His testimony -in that con nection related solely to the receipt of $1,000 from Mr. Nesbitt of New lork, between the 16th and 22d of June, 1868, and to the sums of $200 paid him. by Mr. Mathews,- his utep- xathec,. during i the same time., Mt.: Colfax ) in fact received ;.from . Mr. NesbitVduring the year :S1G8,- $4-, 000, contributed in part fox person-; aland in pert , for political -purpo ses, in four remittances i-of - l,yiH) h, sent respectively m April, June, July and r October, r In giving his testimony Mr. Colfax acting under the advice of counsel who had full knowledge of all the : facts, and to whom belongs the entire responsi- uihty of the conduct of the case in this regard, confined himseli to a statement in regard to r the:- remit , tance of June, that being the ;onlv one having any possible connection with the 'Subject of 1 inquiry ,- befor the .TCOmmittee . which ! coulil 1 he brought before' them without being deemed wholly unimportant to the issuer ? After 7, the committee - hrtd dosed its pnbhc sessions Mr. .Col fax learned that-inquiriee were. b: ing made privately by th wmaoit tee . concerning his ; bank , account during the months of: May and. July, concerning which no queniion . had been under them raised., iHe there upon immediately notified the com mittee by letter of the abave re mittances of Apr&aBd July, stating the reason why he had not referred to them in his . evidence as above giren and say ing to the committee that he.would be glad to appear be fore them and submit , in the first instance to their private ins))ection the? letters covering the remittances o April , and July, and tbatf it .on uuch . inspection the) conimittee deemed them pertinent 4 to , th$ 1 in quiry with which they were charged, he would then testify publiely con crning them, and submit the , let? terst for ;pnblication The propo sal 1, -was f again submitted by (M v. Colfax's counsel to the committee' in person, but the committee! have - as yet accorded no further hearing to Mr Colfax,' public or private. - -1 Meanwhile i grossly- i perverted statements charging Mr. Colfax with having informed the committee that wheh he testified concerning the re mittsnceof June he had forgotten the check received in July, and also that he had deliberately suppressed ft1 part of the truth, material to the issue, have been circulated and tele graphed to the press.; 7 In fact the remittances, of April and July and the correspondence covering - them confirm, instead of weakening, 'the testimony of ; Mru 3olfax f 'and the witnesses by whom he is sustained. T Of Mr.' Oollsx's defense the Cin cinnati Gazette - gives an 1 opinion' that will find indorsement with all save bitter partisans whom nothing will satisfy: Mr. Colfax has- kept Imrpromlse, and has done what few I men of a busy life can brought '.up details of money received four years back, and shown where the curren cy and other funds came from which made up this deposit in -which was supposed ' to be the proceeds ; of Oakes ! Ames' check." When the av- ' cusation of publio men ragee in pro- of legal evidence;snd demands of them to establish their"- innocence by proving' a 1 'negative, it forces them to faring their family and their most private affairs into public: To deny full credit to ; Mr. v- Colfax's statementt requires that we. ' shall believe that he and his father-in-law, MrlMatthews, and bis half sister.' Mrs,! i HoHister, havet committed perjuryToi :It requires us to believe1 that! Hub mother, in I order '.'to prepare', future 'corroboration for this falsehood, wrote to her daught-' er in Iowa, telling of this" generous gift to Mr. Colfax's champaign ' ex penses; as if in motherly pride at this token, of the popular apprecia tion of her son, i ' It requires us to beheve that years- ago,- when Mr. Golfax was on a . wedding journey, he told his wife a lie, to prepare her to testify in future ) to corroborate his falsehood. d--u 1 v. Jj-.i..." I Washwotok Feb. 19-Judge Po- i land's ( Committee , held : a ' special', ', meetmg this morning to hear: thd 1 additional statements of Wcv' Presi-; dent CoMai,rwho was present with his counsel, Judge Hale; ? 'Ames sat j ! directly opposite the'-'Vice' Presi- dfttlft; ';if Jjhh i Judge Hale said that when 3Ir. i Colfax came' upon the stand, on the i 11th insti,; the immediate question ; before - the committee ' related to j deposits of June 22, and he examin ' ed him solely as to to 'the- 'sources j from which he ' Colfax obtained - that money.'" At the time he rhad full knowledge of the remittances ifrom Nesbitt,' Which - Mr. Colfax i would exnlain and; submit 'letters' from Nesbitt 'Mr. Hale was influil enced in this course mainly to con-! fine that testimony to the point . at issue:! Again; as the' letters' Were ' somewhat' of ' a private nature, : he did not Want to bring them before the public. Vbtl Collar now desires to present these letters r and answer aar otiestions asked.J ' ! - 9-J ' l I Mr.' Goifax, 'after reading ' the, let- tors oi Nesbitt stated that the first of the remittances in April was1 es, prelfely for personal use; I'Thethon- sana aoiiar diii m ; me tat letter of June was fcohgr'atula- for1 political he check in nurposek s&d so was the check the letter of nly! " He then1 pro- a .... ,r, At. - r i,ouo, dated June 22, the same day that he de posited 11,200 in bills, which 'draft he had sent to and was endorsed by the Chairman of the Indiana Republican Committee, and of an other draft, dated July 18, which he had sent to and endorsed bv I ' i-1 hun : bysWH)btaeM pfhrpew es that month, stating that these drafts circumstantially proved that the! two rfcacXr June Vnd the following affiijavi adding- titat aiinougn nis imeinent as pwomn- I tm fi"n titfwfit-a iff Vj bir hi reasons stated by. his counsL .re ferred only tpjthft $1,000 in June,! the gentleman showed that his memory was that, Colfax ,hadtold him of both these, pohtieal remit-' tencea.of Nesbitt's, y, rf.,aj ,-. mc .State,' of Indiana,,; St, Joseph County, Bickston - Burroughs, , citi zen of South Bend, in said, equnty and Stote, being vdnly ,; swornPi d-' pqses as follows : During the sum mer of . 1868 , after thei-.retujn ; of Mr Colfax , from .Washington,- in consultation about thejapproaching political compaigu,. he fColfaxl re lated jtcj j me t one ( of the .circum stances of r having made i'theu ac quaintance of jan old gentleman in New i'ork ...fjity by i&ej name , of Nesbeti that he., fNesbett, . stated to Mr, Colfax that he nor his friends wanted any "office, c or- 4n common parlance, he had no axes to grind, and he had an abundance of j means for himself and family, and . wished if Mr. Colfax .would accept, to .-.bestow part of his wealth iin surh a manner as wfuld; assist' Colfax in defraying his -increasing expenses incident to the campaign and .then offered him , Colfax : the 1 . sum t of $1,00Q or 2,0Q0 Iiam, not fcertain which sum, but it.was either SS1,00Oj or $2,000, for u such 'purpose, iwd, that all the favor he fNesbitt j would ask in return was that he - CoHaxcP would, call on -i him , Nesbitt and take tea with him. I have frequenii-' ly spoken bf paid conversation'; to many of my .neighbors and friend in South Bend, during the last fctr weeks, and having 5 been informed this eveningf that Colfax had recent ly made a statement in relatioa .to said matter, before the ; investigat ing .committee ii Wsshingtonr( V though I. have not seen! said. ustate mtait, yet I take .pleasure in making this affidavit ii proof of - tbe trans action about ( receiving said money from the said Nesbitt, in the . hope that it may ill some measure serve the cause of truith; and help to vin dicate the character of a ' just 1 and truthful man, (whom I j haves inti mately known for more than thirty years,' against the malicious asper sions with which;his good: name is assailed. ; I will addr further that Colfax mformed;me during the con versation aboytc referred: to, , that the said Nesbite did give him $1,000 pr $2,000, 1 am not ! certain which sum,! ana that ne ilfaxj; soon after sent the amount so received to the Chairman -of the .-1 Campaign Ltommittee at fiiidianapolis. j: i -. 1 BlCKBTSpS BuRKOTTOHS-t; .,. Subscribed and sworn to .before me, this 13th day of Feb. 1872- -: ; Seal . Gbobgk H. Alwabd, T ' h'SqsO Oi:T . Notary Pjiblie:.,u rNsw York,0 Feb. nlft Theo Post Imsa the t- following : special ' ' from Washington iovlni regard toff Mr. Colfax there is some additional evt deuce of the most 'positive charact tor that "Ames, in iai conversation with gentlemen other than Crounse amvthe'iA evening': of ui the same day; or-that -of-xhe-day''foll6wmg: that on which Mr. Colfax first testi fied before- the - Poland !ommittee after (holiday recess,' did say that Colfax's - testimony was substantial ly correct, and that the 'only point upon which they differed was in re gard to his stiii i owing i-Colfax - the .i$500 paid a subscription to Credit u'u;i:..v 4..i " -,iVJi his merr ory was clear that h$ had returned this moneys and : that1 the aocount between" ? them was i closed without "I receiving "anVi dividend whatever ;fronretock4U he J; i-rro-; .''mi)" mm d:' . Uiats.i. f I make now ;myi pilgrimage. the.Weet; again vuodertespeetA' tkoueena,, times; morex ropiuous and with, the assurance that il - ait) a, citizen a eoifuiry freeJiu.Ueti and whicii jlp caii. traTel ia ,( very part witb't penli to; life or Urn1) When 1m l, 1, went ,We Ij kept th liQe Maon and-Pixpn s liud-asi there was danger', in ; sayiugr, tbat God made men free, and the r devU only took their Ubf rues away j byt now thvre is nonch danger u there is not a State in " whic-li cannot travel un molested ; , there is not Sj State- In which 1 vnno sut whatever tBxight tor any -,maa 1 10 say. .1 glory in t!e emancipation of my country ) 1 glory iotthis with joyouf ipirit v with;, a, gladnes! cauopt exprer6 ;i''i promiu.pewi of myjfoouny ;tI.jrejoice int her defttinV. , I may nver againr,;have a opportunity to.,set Bmy(, toot oj the Weet, apd.I go. witk.gladaes; and although yoo uannot . particiT pate in niyeatbusiaflin I know, you. sympathizewith u.in the Jarget degree, I shall be absent hut itwp Sabhaths, and be with yauagaia ,0 the second ( Sucday in.,MrcUr.fr, the comutuxuonof tb , church. U i'nry , Ward Beech er's,, sex 01,00 1 a.'Plymoaih'Cbb.-cVtnJ' d-wohi ii a in on k tue urst inmates 01 ,iue State PrU6n, k Jeffersor.yTlle.r whom the IhvestigaUiii; Comtnittee expressed a desire to ete, was 'jlrs, , Vtem. oue receiyeq .fuerj visitors with that self-i or sensed andlad,y lfbe manner ' fo' Whiilh0 she U so noted, and throughout ttieintereiew' maintained a'1' qufet and dignlred mien. She lias not been' eniovinj? as good henUb during the pitst two months as before, though the irK some conflneinht does sot appear ! execution thai she is 'considerably ' pater.'i She does' nor SeeWJwJ;be cast down by her f itnation run expresses the utmost confiderlce In ; final escape,' and 'still asserts er'! innocence of the 'awful crime' with. which she i'cnafedLln heconi1 I versanon a,ae is very reticent Si'. i i J1-HV. -.l.'i. j t i; 'i-; concerning her chances for having1 Lt 1 ner luiure luueuuoui ui uuuca a rehearing in court p, and decltn ed to talk on tbe sucject. nbe is au careful reader of the Indianapolis papers, and keeps thoroughly post ed regarding Indianapolis affairs. IV . lJilU IxIANAjiJiGISLABE. A bill has been passed by the House, which provides that coun tieOkvlngTho agriculturalrv. society' Qiltoir awiwhuJt-Jht-lnnginc . to .a diatact agricultural fgciety, shall tuttil overi the h&Mm , money i re- chandise or . exhibitors , of , public Siloes ai,such fairs toihereasmrer Tof such society. Vlije Senate d bill amending tne i $ , to w 1 i 1 n co rp r. a 1 on tt a'uth pri ?.e in cu v t o r tel xact a licence fee o . 1 act, so ag to towns to exact '$100 ayear'frpm tiqu9f yidei7 and xfifty ' dollars a year, froiii! keeper-. ' f public bitliaid, tbj'i. Tlie lloue llus 'passed a simitar t)TI,r 8Utlir4z Tirft lie collectioij of ViloO Jiquui' license fee, M - ; The IIoue Corouiutt , on jlfenev, 6lent Institutions recomiuii. I. aj- proprlatiOns for Alie iVcxt t'wo yearn as follows;' For flVn "Uo'spitul Tor fthe insane, 8381,000; or the" Ins; i-T ute for the Deaf and fyWb, $13 500 for the Institute foV the Hliudj 13l,000 , The apprpbriatlona in-J cioao tue cost ii .enlargement i the Insane' Hospital anil 11. imi Asy lum. v. ' 1 - Baxter's Temnerance Bill. v f - , ,V .-. ;v.-. v-7 ine icnowing nrucie, wmcu we ttke fiouilhe Inntanspolis Journal, bf'Tluirsday last., fcee'tn .to '.aaMirt' the,p8sage of this biil, j'ist as it, i from t ie House. j,f I ner Jour-.j says: ''The 'Jrn-hds t. the House temperanuc Vyl' . wMi'jjC has created sub a coinmoiion of. late, (were jusuy juoi aisi inay... evening over .the assured sucoess .f the. measure.1. " Tbe action of '.tho Sen utej yesterday, indicated ' its pass- "J ttai ooMy beyonti quea ion. "A mos; stiibborn fight was made against its'. passage ia',.)ls', present' sliapV Niimetous ' amendment were onered, some , in good vaiili an'4 80ine,,evidehtlv, for the . purr yua tit ueiay. pumft f un;ujitr "who suunOrted tlie bill aa it cme from the'Houso were . nor satisfied j with it iii!- everv v'barUcula'rI'i 'and "would have favors' cerlainauaeridV uieuis ouereu nu ifci'ie,en,-,A,eeu,,;.lP pricticablc. .ut a whbtsou e fear W.as eniertame'i mat 11 ie o:u wa tiniendedind a ietiifried T to the ioiise,. its enemies woulfl jny.sqBpe nocus pocus,' contrive to bury ii for th rfminIr nf tlin wpssinn It was evident that the ' noses tiai It was evident that the .noses . Hi ueen . carefully , cdunled, . and its friend,' knowing thai they ' bad, a klear, reliable majority in its favp", stubbornly 'refused ta'-allow tbe crossing' of a ,tv,"jpr; the dotting o; su.'"i," and" the b'lV wa-'iidereil to a third reading preclstly as it came "frdm the House. Tlie . passage or the bid is, then alsurtd. The blood of the temperance people is at lever heat, and they will lo-te no time" in testing its qualities, and so its ' constitutionality "and efficacy will soon be brought in. .question " The bill prohibits the sale or giv ing .-a way j of , intoxicating, liquors, with a view of being drank on the premises, without .a license. , Par ties who , obtain .'a" license' . are 4 re quired to file a 'petitioh with the county commissioners, ."signed by a 'inajority .of the voters in , the ward, te'wn : or township, oh the basis of the yote.oast at' the last ? preceding Ctongressipnal . election.' The j seller is also required q fi a ! bond for $3,000, properly executed,.'with two good freehold securities. , , The bill declares that any personj who shall, Duelling or , giving . : liquor ' to : mi "hpr cause,' in whole or in part, the 'intoxication of Jany .-, other,, person, shall be ; tiable for anl compelled.to pay a, reasonable fomriensation ,tq any perspi . who maytake, charge and care, fpr , such drunken person, whicii Vmay be', recoyed ,in any potirt pf competent jurisdiction. . ?It declares it unlawful toi. become ; in toxicated, .with a penalty of .fine . or unprisonmeni ; prohibit the, sale of nquor, M on, punqays,, , uimuaja, , , uai election 'days, and. also between the hours of . 9 p.. 'm. . and " 6 .a m., of evej-jf other day, under a, penalty .of frpm.$5 to f 25 fpr ', every , .sale. f:j It prpviaes ,inat, any. . iiusoajiu, uts, chuot parent, euardianr employe, or biher person, who shall be injured hi person pr property, 'or means of support, ,by an. nitpxi.cated , person, or in consequence' of .the, intoxica tipn of any , person, ; shall , .have a right of action in.j his,t'pr "her, oyrn name, severally. , 'pr, jointly s. against tlie'jperspn- or ' personsho shall have been, mstrumental m causing such inioxication, by giving or sell- mg liquor,, anq any perspn ownmg, renting, leasing... or. rttmtting the occupation , of any ,, premises, . and knowing' tliat intoxicating hquors are aispensea inerein, or., who, . iiay ing leased the same for ) sother, pun poses,' shall knowingly. , permit in' toxicating hquors , to be sold -there, in, shall become equally Uable, with the seller of the Hqubr for any dam- . ages, provided .that, ; the .execution shall first be levied on the property of the vender., , , A married . woman shall .have the same right to bring and control a suit as a lemme sole. ' The unlawful sale or givmg 'away ; of ljfots Shall work a forfeiture of : the'lease,! and all the rhts of the lessee of the premises: All ! suits may be brought in ' any competent court and the judgments recovered without relief. . The bill makes, it tmlawful to furnish to any person any Kqubr when , he isdxunk pr if he is in the habit of bejhmg'drunk.' The penalties' for "the "violation "of this section ' are' from'5 $5 ' tb ' $50? The 55 bill establishes" penalties ' b! fines from $5 to $50 and unprison ment in the county jail from ten to' thirty days for each offense.":.. & .There , has been great excitement over, the question in,lhetate and the tieOTslature .has-been over- ! whelmed Svith petitions and membr- 37,000 persons and wasT00 feel long, ; There seems tcibe.no doub House, Feb. 191873., The House passed the following bills: To authorize county boards to declare what water courses shall be considered navigable and allowing aim A the exnimdifuredl additional jnoijfy to prevent-flie Otfeuctf6Tr-6fwaftSr courses. .. .. PrpyMin& that Jn uits, fgupst railway 'cdmpanleffTdr' damages-for fttock hilled the jgdgments'whalHn-cludeivraatoaa'attdrne- feW.s 3 RepeaKhgthblefttiotf of theT Sid Bankrfl?rXmw-l?trrBg and Treasurer 2300 for 8tiperri ing the free, banking business. M .The Hou concurred in thq Sen ate amendments to .the Practice Act giving the 'Stte-"the ' opening 'and closing iirguments' in criminal -cases. ,. Bills were introduced aa follows : Declaratory of the meaning of the act supplemental , to, the act ap proved May 12. 1869, providing for aid to railways byrcbunties or town-. ships taking -stocX therein or- mak ing donations; thereto-: -.:( oati) JMaking further provision. for tiie cure of the "insane hy 4 the erection of an additional insane hospital' ! Providing-for the' construction of private ii narrow-gauge railways.! This bill gives the prwners of nulls, quarries, etc the', privilege of. .lay ing a three-foot gauge railway .from their rirmequarry or other place' of business to any railway biS naviga hls sti eam Under: the same rules as: govern Ahe laying out of highways. For the reHef . of , honorably. dis-J charged soldiers or their, wiclbws and orphansj !whJrnay 'have become paupers.-s-iq 5t iiinn . To provide' that ittbe rate of in terest on vei diets shall be the same as mentioneofinTne original con--tract. iri -l Ja K s.t Providing for" the reoreranization and g6verhment6f "'State prisons. This bill, places prisons under charge; of a board bf seyenrto, be ; chosen ! by the pbveiorand providefor, teacherf of-,'the common , English branches in addition to the,, Chan-; lain. The,,, boairtL must also , take cogmzanco o. e conainon 01 ue county jaus, ana . J nave, ; general charge of the details of the govern ment oI.thelpxisani.Y' ,vt;'J -.uxmJL Authorizing t township trustees doing township business to declare water courses public highways. . " Jrrovidmg for tha estabhshment of a bureau of statistics of labor J Providing fori a 'progressive' tax on the property of the State. J-lvit , ' The bul making a. second ' mort gage, providing it shall - have been first recordedj -the prior hem failed to pass, - t I'lsiktvr.': h-yyrilj - The following bills were indefi nitely postponecb.il 1 ) ' ) an butt Authorizing' smtei to be brought in the partnership ,xune rgainst in dividual members of the firm. ;iJ -u . .Defining the rights of pastures and feeders of stock; . 1 c "b mu. . 'Amending: section ; 591 of ' the Practice Act amending the; act con cerning the election and qualified tioi of jaroralnp iadj ''m na -, ! Reducing the per 'diem of ' mem! bers to per day. wf! :-:H.iq 7l..r. - ;,'., ,;vi. :t ) OBgresfonaI. 1l .-.y.'i r . .l-.T.nT.T- - . ' - iioAT, r eo. 13 Sematc ,The comoiittee on peoaions reported adversely, to. granting pensions to soldiers of tne warof 1812 who serv ed :eas tnan sixty avja. ine same com mittee reported without amendment the House bill to restore' to tbe pension rolls the names- of (orroer pensioners of the war of lolij dropped because of tbe a- sympathy with the rebellion. An ataTnd- ment to thft Naval Appropriatlonf fiiil. making the term at t ho Naval Academy b:x insteaa or jour years was agreed to also an ..amendment r appropriating $3,- ZUU,UU tor the construction otight steam war vessels.-s"u ' ' ': i: !,i t ' Housr. Th Senate ' Mineral 'Land Bill passed. i A bill.iwas reported to aid the construction, oC, the Surro Tpguel from 'the. .nrnceeda of sales of mineral lands by a loan of 200.090.000 on first mortgage. , vTbe bill ,to provide rfQr ,i Board of Commissioners of Commerce Was laid on the table.1 ' ' A t J ; Skati. A series of resolution' oon- gratulating Spain .updo the establishment of a ' republican . form of enverntnent were offered and laid over" The Ooue bill to consolidate the' pension laws was ! amended te lfmit he Compensation 'of c'aim agentP-and'inSsevemi other ' pari iicuiarK ,v.lT amended bin waa tSien passed. Anamenduteat to tha Naval Appropnation Bill, priiding thatflkfttl cers promoted,sbU-pot draw tbeir pay unti) specially deKignated by thePresir deal to fill vacani:s, was agreed to.; Aa amendment providing that no part of the money-ppropriated bv the bUVsha.lt be On account of vessels or vessel ' eneines contracted for -daring ' the war was agreed tSv, o-,oI .U';.iimiia to Hoow: The won was chiefly 'oc cupied iadibensaioo of the bill fori the distribution of the , Geneva award.- on which no action waa tak&n. ,,,., t ,d : 1 zA) -tMdsoAT,'' Feb. Vtf.d SKMAt J.'The1 majority ' of the fnes-i tijratin$ committee' m the Caldwell tease reported hi electmr. ': Senator; from Kansas invalid j The Goat Island r Bill was reported,, without, . recommendation, from the Military Committee, ard placid on trie caiemlur, I he amendmect XQ. the Naal Appropriation bill, giving in creased pay to retired officer?, war Con curred in. The Nil Was then passed.'5'" fItcsuThi bill ippropriating $63,4 001) t reimburse the College of William an t Mary, of Virlia,1 for deatractien of property during tha 'war, wag passed-' An amendmenf wa9iftfred to tbe San dry Civil Appropriatioti , bill prohibiting the printing of books py the uovernmmt lor Ire distribution. me American and Asiatic Telepnph hi! I was uaaed. It autbonsea nhCAinerica and Cast India Tlegrah "CiMnrmrrv to lav a snb marine cable' r troWxtie' Pacific - coast1 of the United HtatMa te'thb Atlantic and that, vna , rh moret Goverataent Bteamersmaj aid in the-work. A aub-t stitute for the Agricultural College, bilV providing that lor .vrv $i'H or ftnnuat income derived -from the" benefits' of the act there shall be a free scholarship, and tnat wnn tne inooine aoiounrs to sou; 009 tuition shall be free, was ' airreedte and the bill passed.! It. - ambza , SBKiTK.The Hoase biU allowing atr- der tbe bankranl la 1 the ' ! exemotiona allowed by tha laws of each State in 4871 to be valid against 4ebt . coatiaotsd fore theaioutian of auh law; aFaflaa afterward, waa passed. The Amerioaa and Asiatic i elesraph bill waa paamd : also, the tluse billjor relief of eetjJers on ine cioox recervaiion in tninnenoia. The Vice P esident laid before the Sen ate a petition of Simpson, of counsel in tbe Pomeroy investigation, asking that the investigation may be extended so as to receive the statements of members of the Kansas Legislature now at the cap! il & n 7L. , , om Honty was offered btj u6offs-wRVineroy for ing for him, and after debate a resolution was agreed to directing the special com nptte tr iqriirer-'.te VT ai legalise ef bribery or corruption by Pomeroy in the KansajntmaTBTeCtieff A f'Sfi?W. members named in conoeeiiop with the Credit Mobitier. The reinaiuder "of the it RBioa wai'fpent in ' Committee O the c Whole eh the .Civil , Service billif ; jaI j l.r hi .:lj:i.a3yn?MP Fell9,.j j Sekats.-TUp House bill provid-i jin that. upon. importations of ,su ar,',mblas8v.a, and pig and railroad "iron 'the' mount' 1 "th'4 "bond1 re quired shall be bnly- double' the a . in on ut of r the duties to be paid;and! upon another importations tue in du-l MKK v8iue,oi ,iue.gooiis witii lies auned,'cwas' reported 1 w amendment by tha Pinanco lthOUt Cbni-1 mittee, A bill, was mtroducedahd referred lo.tbe Judiciary; Oomnait i tee authorizing the P.rtfsident,.to appoint'three commission v ra to je-i vise the bankrupt laws. Passed: '7 S Housb.h Passed : ."Tii e bill pro-i yiding for tUer publication rjofhe' debates by Miirtog'h,'6f.the Wash-, ington Republican; the bill extend ing till Febtuarv ,l.f 1874,' the 'time fiozi filing; iclaiBift! for- additional vboupty under tbe.acjt of..;18G6; ... tie nill to proyiau torheadstones in the national umitary vemeteriesj a I so. a uni to previrro .-"tnat 'no person 6bali''befpronotedin array who, is. addicted to the intemperate use: of intoxicalingJLiquors or drugs. Gigantic Building Lot Swindle.,, ' CHiCAGoVFeb.' 'gourde Trib ine this morring published a-'iulk;ex- P9se.lSot a jawinrlle, ip..so called,, .(UhicagQ city lo wiiipiappesrs. to uv -i nirciuiv uuuiuKrru iln viii.ithb -by-triousannS and Xif be still' adding Ttoi.. tne Tittmir iB the - Kastern States. :, : it . ap pear a. from tbisf sc- .posniahatjpnef.Wf.i Scotia pur chased a quantity of., swamp Ian,d, Heuseat$9 ah acre,aud subdivided it intb iotay which have been sold at j$00 jeaipiiundxeds; of people in ihis city,, and to many . in f. other ttecuonsoi inecoumry. l ne. rriD ?nrie publishe1 "a rlift of ! over ' one thousand purchasers;1 An eiarMoa- - tion of the plat of : this subdivision .which was dubbed abe Boulevard Saljdivision, ahpws that tlia lot 'ranged in si2e from 15' by 35 to 9 ?by 120 feet.7 The streets averaged .6 feetin wklth and the alleys 'lS t j Xetters are being constantly".. re reived here fiom 'nariiea East' in qairlhg tts. to the value "of lots" n Ibis subdivision,'7 showing11 that some parties are offering' thein for saie;invthat part or the country.!! ' If- there" were -'nothinar- elseJ to .commend Mr Golfax to fair and un . prejudiced treatment at the hands of bis countrymen,, f, tbe , ferocity and malice' with which he "is Dur- sued by Democratic fonrnals would be sufficient. Tbe eagerness with . which tbeee reixe upon ever? u mor and fact that can. be employed .to his disad.yantage, clearly, reveals the spirit and' purpose, which actu ate them. -' u is not troth nor? justice that they seek, but the grat iCcation of f, partiaan hate..: Mr. Colfax, above, most ther men. has Ipng been and still is, an object or popular Tegara ana uonor, . ana rwbatever promises to lessen 'these is hailed as a sod-eend by bia pb litieal enemies.,, , 'fhff.t distinction . which malice thus confers on him 'above others in the Credit Mobilier affair, is'ati' honor of which he may justly be prtfad.--Toledo Cbtnmer- .ictaUoru.ti Hail hisa MaiuxsZM t-iu Eflect of the Grant ot 8ay of. Pro. 5 reeding ia theStoke CaW. -L 1 -5 I ' The question i everywhere asked, in I what - way ir tha, Vmm decision ! in ithe Stokes cave to operate as . a v bar ,to its ! final adiudicationT The case now 'goes -to the General Term or fall bench ot tbe Supreme Coort,- where it is passed in re View W the bill of exceptions. Should The ratings of he' Judge in 'the" lower vurt be sustained, the council for ine prisoner, bas the. rightand of caurse will take advantage of it, to carry the case up ti the'Court Of A ppeala,'' the decision' of jwhith is -finakr" The ( General .Term nieeta in Ne w york, City if March but the argamentj through various legal re sorts on the part br tb defence; may Be delayed fof some time. : By 'some good judges it is asserted,, that , Stokes is safe for two 'years longer5." Ha," will "be re moved in aew days to the comforts fbia.eldosllro-f htittn ,rMT.:.tad?i;l , The Ltiweil Carpel Company are in troducin g a novelty in extra 'sup er carpeting which wonsists of giving the'gddds1, the' appearance of 'a ! four-frame !brusse"ls,'i wfthont increasing fthe ? number : of iflysi Such as have been produced have a r'bbed ..appearance, .very; .much Tike rhat , bt bnissels, but the atr ferns," we tniuk,are! not equal ' ib those .of the tegular goods.' ' 10 It is staged with1 reference i6 the probabie-for tune bf the 1 ttd trade. that i within .jfoorteerii or -fifteen months Iro.ia tbis time five-thous and tons of pure: tin metal, will be exported' from Sid neyT Australia', ind that not less than that quantity can be shipped regularly for years to.come. asooiq's.r'i.'ffrj' mm j iilA q .The gold .watch lost Vv t he youag lady stopping at, Mr. O Isriea was found by Mr, Beni. Dresser, ot the car works! ; The loss was announc ed by Elder Tomasbn at the ' close Of services at the Cbristain cbnrcb on Suuday evening' the 9th. r. After t,h congregation llwaa, li?.ini(e f Mr. Jre8er. wanted lorwar.i an deTivereu the lost proiepty ' thus proving himself honest and worthy of the-Con6dence of bis .'employers aad community .-Cambtidge0Xlb , ;Tbe gallant Attorney General of Stale ha informed the Legislature inai mere is uu cousuiuuouai. pro vision prohibiting an Unmarried fe male from holdine the office of State Librarian. He thinks the bill now pending in the House wil make valid the election of Mrs Oren. tal,l wi If Meat eaters and vegeteriansi show m their persons the effect olj the diet. The first has the most brain form,, and.,, nervous p-nergy.' bletionsx ddvaloges nlhest treme pngnacity when the vegetai rian's views in regard to that one engrossing thought of nltr me are discussed. They are anual meeting reformers, without ever ' setting a river on fire-i Arabs fare r a . .sober,' frugal pacerratner sienaernotf tu, consci6ncious and J contention's on religious subjects 'n They-' largeTy subsist on rice, pulse, n41k ajjd ikei-i mac, something similar tq whipped cream. . Through a vast region ox; aired country where they are mdi Srenous.' "TheV arVnot' destitute" of mutton, goatet 'camels and 'game; but they manifest no disposition M feed, upon meats; as is, necessary in tempeate zones, W in'' high nbrth-l ern lauruaes. .ainieiiecuuu iuu. one of their kindred,' 'who Mses -to distinction by, the ganduerofthis mental status is-; extremelyT rare. The beer and ale , drittkers expand and grow fat;5 but' ,theyr"are hot much given tb profound1 research es in science.5'.: ? u-issq mH q p.ti The Louisville Courier Journal is oppbsed to extending tlie patents on sewing machines!1 It'sayS:' Wo man's rights are in danger ifotlbe ing assailed in a very serious point, one which is pf. more , conceitp the gentler sex than " the ' right' of suffrage 'or office holding. u -The sewing ; machine manufacturers, whose, patents will shoKtlyi run sout, are; not, disppsed to surrender., their highly prohtable monopoly without 'trvincr to ' briiicr a boerful lobbv influence to' bring " nporK CSoDgreBS The price of a . sewing j machine ;m the United States- Is , about i,vnce the price ..of a..tsimilar. article. jn England. ' If we multiply 'tiiis ' e'n- brmous' excess by' the "number of sewmg machines sold paunuaily c in this country it.' ican' easily. be, ieben that the monopoly, isj. wrthuuv: Hons. It is stated, that a good m chine Can be made and sold prbfitai- bly for-' $15, - and, in behalf u of ' wo men, we call-on Ckhgre8Srtb"dathe fair thing, and, i eject the request of the mpnopoiists, jWho - have made quite enough ouj; of the sale, of an in evirv lr(-bbMi;' i? T3X o mya . The Clinton, ( Iowa ) .- Herald says: Some of the journals of this couh try will now be' obliged to' take ' ih'e back tr&cK, or remain m' an' unen viable condition as regrrds the tio-i aition assumed toward I-o pA "We do not expect thOse Twhich Wil low in the slime of 1 opposition '' to BepubUcanisrh-tb retraCt--that is nottheir business. " - -The. greater the ..falsehood "against. andT, the ereater.the likelihood that thev can bring down t6; their 7 own level, ua man of such-pure and unblemished character as Mr. Dolfas the umbre are .they confirmed, inj prosecuting; ithe nefarious work xetr we believe there . are nonorable exceptions among- th'es'e'ran'd we do not : expect to see alV of them -attempt tb belief tie' the plain and unvarnished state ment of JIr.,(luix,.whinli sustains his reputation for truthfulness and integrity iu.r. , ;, Tbe ijHartfprd Cuuranj, fpeaking of the popularity,. the Cqp.Dec.tj cut J Republican' trtjketj ""saysj.: 'There is not a paper -(hv; the 'State wbich bas been, worki eg steadily in harmony,. ,wi, h, ,the7.,Bepliliap party for tbe,p.asi year ,ut "fiiyep an earnest and hearty 8npiKr,'l6 the note inees: of the 1 co'nrentiorf. Evea nbn-partisant journalr auch as f he Danbury ;, Qie w an i .Soutb Norwatk Sen'inel,. are enthusiastic in ira rut ir i n , I o ti Ati aU 110 VUUJUiTU.IIIWVUt - . r 3 . -UJ A Petterslwirg, jVirgiiija, firfii,iiaa receiver! a bnle of f yeg etable wool, made ' in '.Franklin'" county Jorth Carolina: u It la somevrhaf 'similar to cottott;Wow ot u. hi-iq Ua inoil At his 'reslilsnt-e, in Whitewater, Indiana. the 8th inst . Joem AmLr4 aw, ad near- ty 83 years., , ' ur PHILLIPS' hall: ; i jal tail ..it f--uu HJ ISITiTEIjY ONE DAY ONLY. tf i.ur .'A Mi a .hitnivti.q Thursday, 'rbJmarys24j 1673. tw p ;EftMri& Afternoon at 3, .Evening at 7:45.rt vDoors opeoat 3 and f o'clock!' uUsT SYLVE8TER BLfiEKER .... Manager. ot '-.'loir ii x&ai-ir GenTom Thumb & Wife Commodore 'Nuttt"UOI )d A lrtv-yi: hx h. nyrL .SMuCii ,J Miss Minnie Warren, Jnst retttriied to. Atnerioa after a Tnrae Yeats' toiir arountl the fVorld Witt appear rh a rariety of ;j (jtj-q . .IWf.rfs:iUj 3f Fascinating . , Performances, NEW ELEGANTSUME, Magnificent Diamonds, fccU'l iiq.tivO 9 IMPCLAR TRICES : rir L dmission iOnly f 25oi 1 iA Few.f rrt.Seta-f.,fi...'4-.,4-.i Ceats VDlcureo unuer iu .. .......... .;cno, Childreu under It) to f ront enl-s.,24t.ents: -. . i aal t o Rf; SI fTCHELL,' AVrrtf I r'.,NOTCEOATiipIEr State of Indiaftay Wayne. Cotntya: - Befere Robert Gordon a Jastiee o( the Feace in snd for Jeftersen Tnwnship in said County. Job' Myer" "Y "k W"M u f!" j i.v- 'j-ivi Jft-ji Aisaaanens. wmr a . fi Charles. E. Madcria. J, . f . u"fh above named' defendant ii f f . . r s nntmed or the pendency of tl above cause; and that on tbe 20.h dar of Januarr. 1873. I issued a writ of atUehmeat be rain jralnM th - ftdeda , ebattela, nchtSk ereditsi moneya ao4 eoeeta ol said defendant in -'said county, and at the same date a summons was issued to Harry Walts, garnishee: and that said cause is set for hearing on February 26th. 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M ROBERT GORDON. Justice Peace. January 27tn, 1873. 473w JSEAL fTut aid Lewi Men r IT m .MUIQA JJA1 3HT To Ooaituraptica. - -The advertiaer, hriii(r been paraaaaaaty curedAT lh; dread diafaali(,eiifptioo, by a simple remedy, is anxious to make known o his fellow sufferers tne4 meana of ear. To alt who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription naed, (f pm of charge), with the .direction! for preparing and omir tbaaaiee ,fWch-they whl find J seas Cctt lot Ceaw srMrmnt, AiraMABRnNCBiris, le. ' Parties wishibf the prescription wilt pteaae wSSlWT 111 1 f.EHHTABU aTWHaWf 3-lv . 194 Pno Street, COURT iQUSElCD Jilt. f.o-.-in .ii ... nn, wi.. I. '..,. iniii Be ttireaieinberedi tbt An aba 4tb o f Jpecember. JS72. tha ataie. bring tbf M. 4 of the December Term 1872 of he Commis- 'sfoaerti Court of Wayne County, Indiana;! JoUtmlog tuanog othur proceedlnga Werfcfcftd, to-wit: eh In, t'4t.iaordrd.hy tha Board of OomBitMAoa ers that the Auditor of said County advertiae in tb? Dwspapera -ef reDeral eireatattOB, published fa. said poonty - and by . aoatinit copies of tbe same in six publio places ia Wdeonhryrfor seated "r ( PROPOSALS . f "tli'tmild i t'bnrt Hoifne and Jail, la the city ot Richmond, in said County; on tbe site deawpaled m the amtition for the reloeatfcm of the (Jouat.r Seat. , The same tone haUtia coiitormity with' plans and specifications and estimates that will be -on file In said Audi . tor's Ofiaee on and al ter the 15th dsr of yb raary, 1873. tiaid bids or proposals to be oitther fdr all ' or ' a jr part of said workman -so V received at (he regnlar sessloa of' aaid Board in March, 1873. Bids wjtl be received up to nOMf FS Vetoek) ofTharsdav, Marea 6th,. I87, tad not later; 'said contract to b -let ia or 'pert for tb- erection of said tiiWmf s epoo the- est and most favorable terms to be bad, and in conformity with .tbe .statute to stteh e made Ind prortdeel, Said HoatB reserving the right to -reject any and i.ll bids do made, and aa y person makfoe such bids 8hall fie with said Board at tha time of -M'bfd bein made, a pood and satisfactory bond, with twp pood names as. hi jecarity, jn the penalty of J64ono, for. tlie perfermaae Vhis said bid if the same be ateeptad by said Board, and .that at the time ,sttin: ,aaid conrracf to him ' M Vitl Ate! any addltioaal scurtfrj if required by sa'd Board. ftTAgOF. IKDlAXAJju-tr. a dT WAY.NK COUNTY. T t,5p' f.ri I. Elfhil M'.PaikerAifcrtor within and1 lor aid County, nerebr certify that the abore, and forgoiasao be anie copy uf.tlie order passed by the Board -t ' 'Ootnmfgsiotwrs, ' of said Ctiunty. on the 4th, day of December, 1672, 'undas amended'on the Alb day 'of January j878' Ibe.aime beiur'aaadjoarosd aesaioa of tbepeumber, termi as the saaae appears "bf record in in V office. " i-iCtvju 'Witness mFBame.madfne'ml 1 " l Hoard of CovmissieMms it Izii'tp j Y?yn Conntyi Indiana, at uv .a ceatevilte,'lbis ldtb. .day of St Jaaa,lSTli-5 '.'''i i to "1 vaErj rj jf ;;PAliKER,'TAodi"tor. cotfanssioNERs sale of ofdanfmi:, JKEAL JE8TAmrr:br TUBgUANT Wjik order . oCi the jCottrt of lfj Common Pleas of Waype county, and State, ot .lodiana, the undersigned. oners at Sfwlvaia) Sale the following real estate iitoateft .ia: said cowhty,. to-wit t 1 Lot No. Sin that pact of the cityof Richmond laid out bv Bickle A taws, oft south side ot Majo, between Sev enth abd EtlKhui streets, -six aS by4S0 feet nd also a part of lot numbered 19 w that "part of 'iiiw ettylaid' ont by Charles W. -6tarran4;l ia bounded as follows, 4owlt. Commenins on Franklin street at the sorta weat. corner of said lot, and' running south "Wonr said Street 401 feet; 'tbenee-'earst pt-.-tetlel .whj the laorthj line of aai4.kS -aa -lley; thence north, alone aaid attev to the 'northeast "corner of said' tot; thence west to tbe place of rwicioarnir, witb a fine brick liV ry stable on said loa, 40 by ISO feet, beina a first-claas I' very slabla all in good candition. "Aid ajso.the foHowinjt tract of. land to 'wit: iiBatnnauit t ttie aonthwest eosnerdf .aeetien 47( ia tOwashi 17 and iraacenekat west, and rapnins: thence north 8Apols4e a ' stake thence east lftff proles to a stake ; :theaee south 8ft poleathence west 1SS poles .to.tha place of heffiBoiojr, oca tain ina; 47 acses, i-ith a buildioR suitable for a small family bara stable, com cribs and -a good bearfnjr i apple orchard ad 301 peach trees three years' growth and, J0Q .grapevinea.of . two jraars 'growth, tw6 aever-faiting springs bear the bonse, the land beinjr on a good jrravet TOad ,Jhrt miles jaorthwest of ; tUe city 6r :Rieb mond bavinjr fifty acres cleared and. seven acres of timber,' iOfle-ronrth of the purchase itootoev Will be tehft'ed down and ihe4eside : tbtea.equal tastalmetvts of aix. twelve and eighteen months, after': date, .with interest ,from date and secured by a ftiortgage on the property aoldV ! A. deed will beaaade Ihepor , chaser fha the , Vale is - eoafhtmed , nd the conveyance ordered by said Court. . ' ITmS , HEIf!tYH.SlGHL,BV;RiC Xtoamissioaer and Administrator? ot James 4S-3w SHEBIFF'S' SALE. it SJT virtue f a decree and execntloa to rue rr ! r JLk aireeud ' from i tha waa Oomaiea Jfleas Court, 1 will ejrposw at; fuhlie alev at the Court House door in the .town of Centra 'vine. Wayne cobnty, Indiana, tm the ' ' 1 8 ;; jsf day.'of iLfrch; JSly . oelwnen tlie hours of 1(1 o'clnctt A. M,' and 4 Velock' P. Y..i on said flay", ' tlie following -propertT, to- it The folhiwinjr real estate tn Wayne county, State of Indiana, to-wjtjr Be'in the west half (beihft fll teen feet more less) off - a sirip of frritund thirty -Isefc, wide off of tbe jwest jend ef. lot aatabef thirteen ( 13J in James ,K. I)ujrdales addition ti the crty af Richmond, ii be sold as the property if Milton) Wh'tfaere and Sarah JWhitaere to Satisfy said . decree aad eiecutkB in my hands in favor ot -William Comer. atoV sale without' relief from Valuation ' Mr -appraiseDMDt laws.: ' - ei.'" "r -lL , , , Sheriff of Wayne county. tTiLKta 4 wlsr; Attorneys for phi. ' a Sebraary 3,l873, ;, r:: . t w '..4ft-8tl aordintr to (HrecUm, and rc-mai.i itmz nuwclL, proviafrt theltlxJac arc not destrernd ?y iiini. a poiKHi or.oUi'.T.ia'-am, :u.t yjtni organ wasted oeyeiicl tiic point ol'.rcpai . . Drpritliv rr Inttgrt, Vnnrbm; Ji0 iil ilM' Slionkior. Cmigks. TUtti,f ma jcnestj llizzfncss. Sjnr F.rurtatioii or flip S !mBli. Bad 'EAKto li Uic Month. Vilhxm Attacks; PlUpitsBriii of the Ik-art. InUnnimntion ef Um tunirs, rain In tltc regions or tlio Kidney, amt" b hnil rvj other paintul ymptrnt, arc tho iT- nilS or Djspcpais. , nc .iou;e win prove lengthy 'Fni-FeaialtConplalaU. In toOntf br old. -mtrCul nr slnrie, at tlie aawn ol woaiahlieeiU .or tu ;.l:rnjot life, tliese Toaic r4tw-rij display m 1 MBBBm. awawspBBWBBBaSBBBBBBBBBBBaai .wk" r an lnaueuccttiai unprovciucat w mmhi CreptlblC. ' - j i i !;s-r ii''- l'"7 -tlr, ' For.- Inflammatory unci , Ctirnnle ttltcmfatiam' anil tiuut,-liliMe.'ltmiiliK.-u -uiHl lutornuuent Kover. Ii-iisi !ir the lilood. Livcf, KMneyitand liladder. l!ico UitterH liave .aooaieU. Sucailiscaacaarticauaul byiMUuieA Bloods.- -. r, iV . r, ;:. , nejr are a ifcwtle- ttirt:Hi i-e a imm Taaatc, pMiiit Uks mnt of acti ds ,a powerful asent In rclievi-i-; '(inr""ln or In . AaaniaumTta um- ulfJ- 4r..- vrgan Por SklM IM8eaac,T.rC.-.i ii-hCTcf '"r. Salt (instant) i Ulotchps, pta,i i ufJo. ' liri uieaj I Boils,. Carbuncles. lUus-Trsn'-.i -. iiVrlleadw 5eore Byes, Kmttpela.-'item? Pieolora Hons of the SWiru llumou and -aM-saf tb Skin of whatever namo rr n.i;r.iv. are liter ally das; up and carried ont of the svs tern in a short lirao by the use of these bitters. Bnternl Thousands proclaim Vineham Bittkrs the most wonderful Invttoraul that ever sustained tho slnkins; pvstciii. It. II. !TIcIONAI.I . CO. DmSKists and Oeu. Apts., Sua Francisco. Cal A cor. of Washington and C'.inrltou fits., N.Y. SOU) BY ALL. 'lKfCClST-j A DEALERS.