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felCQMOND, FEBRUARY 22, 73.
A Vcaega&ie lHoseer Deputed. . V mia from our ranks aa sctti. M6 C onr most worth r ahen. EpbrittciT'ciBo ( dead. He will be retstafterad most tenderly by minded, ; simple hearted Christian. The famHy circle in which bis ! life has bees ' central figure have tressarea pleasant memories to console .them in parting with one who so tang and so gently illastrsv Skbe worth of s good man. The tety -tf whioh be wan so long an ameot shd ' co-btborer hare abondtBl testimonies of his tsIo nbUsenta. .'";- To those interested In that art preservative, of ' the arts the bro therhood of printer he was the pioneer landmark. He has passed away from active daties in 'the printing roomonly few weeks ago givoover to be prostrated in a sick oom which were com nenoed m this city seventy j years ago, when the viSa-e had not been ttteen years, established ,, on the tinnting cTOnd'of th Indiass. Thtee soore years cod ten a print er from apprentice to proprietor who 4nm the -enterprising head of the -old Library Hall, which started -the tlrst -daily Gazette. This man of affairs, for seventy years, boy. and man, has passed through the gatmCet race of taii- ness unstained. And the audible -echo from . thousand of- olden friends is heard. He was a good qbd' trne man honored V be ibis memorvl . . ; j v. Oar interest -in the deceased 'en tourage us to gather foi record items of bis personal history, and we pride onrself. that Cincinnati has had tie pentf i of Ms life er- vice from the year 1803. was born , in Itrimfiolri, Hamden county. Uass on the 18tb dsy of May, 1790. - His father was a sol dier in the American Revolution. His son Ephratav the subject of this notice, at -an early age wag was placed In the public schools. About the year 1800 he was taken by the Rev. Chirk Brown, s Pres lyterian clergyman, with some six or eigtit other hoys where ' he re mained -several years, snd pursued the study of Latin and Greek. In the latter part ef the year 1803 his 'father,; -removed toll Cincinnati, bringing sis eon with htm. shortly after bis arrival hero be wsa placed at school with Ur. Walker. od afterward he attended the school of Mr. .Edward A. FUnnecan. in building which had formerly ' been -occupied by ttie officers of Fort Waabington, located on property Deiongtng 'to tne -United States covernment. between Broad wav ad LawrMefestiJ After, quit- iingiMs sonooi, be engaged with Jos. 'Carpenter and Jonathan Find lay to learn the printing business, in the office of the Western Spy. The offloe was located on Sycamore street, a; 4 short distance below Fourth. At thai time the mail was carried on pack ' horses, and the contactors were allowed to deliver newspapers to country subscribers. This was In the year. 1804, when Cincinnati contained a population of about 1,600. Its principal street for basmass wasiFront street The commerce consisted of a few flat boats from Pittsburg and Browns ville, generally loaded ; with " dry goods, iron, nails, slt, and somrf times apples. There was but one paper , mm m , the west, near Georgetown, Ky., from which the nnwspspers of Southern Ohio ' and Kentucky received. their supplies. Two mills were shortly after -built on the iLitlla Miami Rvrer,! one near Milford by - Christian Von Waidsmith, ann tue other near iLebanoit lyfRoss dc Havenllgbt In the year of 1813 Mr. Morgan, with M.-XV Williams and Samae Arthurs, brought in the remains of his- former r , employer, r ami ( their partner, Cspt. " Joseph Carpenter, who had died in the service of bis country, Wider Geo. . Harrison,- in bis battles at the -north ' with the English and thairtfndlan sllies, ; . After his -return he, became a .partner in ttio publication of the Liberty .Hall ; and 'Cincinnati Gazette, and remained connected with it until the year .1820, during which. time, in 1827, the paper was . issued as a daily, the Only one at that tiacwest of 'Philadelphia, or in the great Mississippi Vslley. The. paper, as a dally, was com menced with only 126 subscribers; and Mr. :Morgn, being at that .time-stronger than his two asso elates, -Jamas fLpdge ' and S. S. .17 Hanoi edieu; 'in pecuniary ' re soarces, gave his personal guaran tee against loss tbefirst-yearr The paper, however, porved a snrcess. Mr. ,' Morgan 'retired ' , from '; the Gszette in 1829, Lis an. i slavery feeling at that early 1 period - being such that he could sot eooBeienti ously remain on accoust of the general practice then of advertis-ing-runawaT ataret.' ,Jtf, V i : From tthis period he became - an extensive book publisher, and was the owner and manager of print ing ofacaftilhe waa taken down. In the year 1814 ilr. Morgan married the daughter of Or. Chris tooher Anthony, a highly respec ted Qqsker genjleman, -who moved to-Cinoinnatt from ' Virginia. His wife departed this life many years -since, leaving several us and daughters, with one of whom, Mrs. Dr Woods. he ! baa passed the last few years of lus 4ife. .., . Ilr. Xloegan, at an -early period of his life, becam e very seriously imbrtsssd 4th the importance of xeUflion.: OA osrly training by an fe4eiBftjf pfoos mother, aud When ' u 1 bis mind in this direction. Ia the yanr 18a hg WtttfeTifKr-nTntieTT with the Society of Friends, and as long as - hit. health - and i strength permitted, remained sn active, use ful msmbar, and ministe .' During his Ung Ufa he : has maintair ed folly the obsmeter of an honest man, kind; and true las husband and father, friend, and neighbor; a true Christian man, and one U who had the respect and love of all who knew him. Cincinnati Gazette, Feb. 14, !" 'X v; -. One hundred and . forty-Qve oar loada of fteight were received in ladianapolis over the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago, and the Jeffersonville and Indianapolis inroads. - Senator Wilson's announcement of bin resignation in the Senate, Tuesday afternoon, was eighteen years to an hour from his 'first taking tie oath as a member of Bntler, of Massachusetts, is evi: dently looming' np in the National House of ' Representatives, and stands a better chance of being ' ac corded the leadership of the House than ever before. -.--;- Bogy, t! Senator ' elect from Missouri, yesterday, asked the Leg. islature fo reopen the investigation in his case, and give it the' widest possible scope. Bogy seems anx ious to prove that he is not bogus. Some of the domestic evils of drunkenness , are bouses without windows, gardens without fences, fields without tillage, barns with out room, children without . cloth. taff - principles, morals, or man nera Franklin. . . , - ' What can be Wetter than a wo man with a eatarsot , in her eye, a waterfall on her bead, a creek in ber book, forty springs in her skirts, and , high-tied shoes ! , W hy, one with a notion , in her t head , , and swimming in her tears., ' , General Dix alleges, that he will prove that the 1550. 000 said to have been paid him for improper negb-' ' tiations of Pacific Rauroad stock was not for any such4 'lervice, but for his salary - as an -officer of the road, He never received anything as attorney, agent or broker. - It la not true that " ten persons were frozen to death on P-rker's Prairie in Otter Tail Bounty Minn., during the late storm. In fact not a single, person, nor a single anH mal, was frozen in that country during- the storm. It is hard to bsve one's, sympsthy wasted in this way, but the truth must be told. aiiw:tH n f ' -!. This was not a bad reply eiven recently at a barn-raislog in Penn ey I vania to a young man wba bad been relating his more wpnderlul exploits in various quarters of the globe. At the close of one of these nsrrstives he was not a little set back by the .remark of an old cod: "y4mg man, am't you ashamed to talk w when there are ' older liars on the groondt'V i ;;ss ni" Conversation between an in qui r ing stranger and a steamboat pilot: That is the Blsck mouotainr ''Yes, sir," highest mountain abovj Lake GeorgeJOl "Any Story or le ge nd connected with that moun tsinfV'Lots of m. , Two loyers went up that ; mountain . once- and never came back again." "Indeed why? what became of them?'1! 'Went down on the other side." Chicago, we believe, was M the proud possessor of a? Judge who sanctioned a '' female practitioner at the bar. Judge Blodgett, of the United SUtes Court of that dis trict, has now confirmed a still , more important right of ; the sex. ' It is the right of a woman to form a legal business partnership with j any one, , though it be ber own hnsband.i He believes thar riglit to be a part of the general right to : make contracts in ber own name. The world, in Illinois, at least, is therefore gitting rid of more arbit rary, aflioUon of the law. Lovimo'akd Hating. If you love, Jove more . , If yon . hate, bate lts , Life is too short to spend in hating any one. Why war against a mortal who ia going the ssme road with us. Why not ex pend the flower of life and ' happi ness by learning to love, by teach ing thost who sre near and dear the beaattfal lesson? Your hands may be bard, bnt your heart; ned not be. Your form may be bent or ugly bnt do you not know, that the most beautiful flowers grow' in the most rugged, unsheltered pla ce.! At a negro .-..camp-meeting in Georgia, the other day, the orator of the day ! seeing some of , the members bad whiskey bottles in their pockets, ssid : - "Thar's sum 'o these here - breddern r tryin' . for to git inter; the kingdom ; with a whiskey " bottle in thar pockets. The gate 'ohsbben's mighty or rer, breddern; much ss eber you'se gwyine ' to v squeeze ' In ' yoursef. How does yer 'spent yer gwyin to git in thar with a whiskey botile hangia to yer?" : A member asked htm what they should do with them'.'' - "Bring 'em right np to de pulpit," ssid the spesker, "and I'll offer dem as a - sacrifice to de Lord. About half a doses bottles were" accordingly transferred to toe pulpit. : The, darkey gave a short sermon and repeaired to his tent. Two hours afterward he was eo.stopidty drunk that . . he couldn't stand alone. Jr.T2Haklni6ft;-a London 'phy- maan of thirty freara hospital -. ex perience, and who has iriven close and eeientine study to the effects of i alchooL says that ,"it replaces more ' actively vital materials by fat and ; fibrous tissue, - it substitutes sup ) peraaon lor new growth; it : pro motes caseous and earthy chanxrfl: it helps1 time to produce the effects of mgei sad, m a word, is the ge- nros of aeensration. . TR"R Several Papers Claim to mtt. j.:r n!.ft)aa' bi?-'f-i t-. ; be J"The BEST Newspaper Pub- lished in Eastern Indiana;" But owing to a generous modesty on our part, we only claim the "hldluOilD PSllDIUf.1" TO BE AMONG THE BEST IP NOT THE BEST HERE! JOB ' PIUUTOTO. Bunoeaa Cards Wedding Cards; Visiting Cards, Hhippinc Cards, Visiting Cards, AddrMs Cards. luriution Cards. Ae., A -. ,u -. Billa of Lading Letter Heads, . Envelopes, -'I Sutementi,4c. ' Bill Haada, Baaiaasa Cards. Cheeks, Drafts, ;fi"!.;,i' ,:l'J Entrance -far. Office i 228, Mmim Street, d door East. of the Citizens Bank H OrdersthaokfunreceKd and prnmptii attended to. Ai4n, " ' r- . greatIsuccIessH Sntai'day Wiglit The success of this new Family Weekly Paper is unparalled in the history oi similar rentarea in this country. We bare gubcrihem in tnn St.tn . mmA Territory, and its circalation is rapidly ea tne increase. -. , (.. . fcJ .. -1 . TERMS-IX ADVANCE: 1 copy one year . $2 00 1 copy six tnonths.. ................ '. 1 SO Clubs of 20 or over (each) I.. 60 single, copies 6 We anpply all Subscribers with a hand somely Illustrated Almanac Tor J878. , ... ' we oner premiums tor clubs or from two to t6 bnndred names.'" '' - J 'Bend for a Premicm Lfst' and Snecimen Copies, all of which we send FREE. v: A. M. GRISWOLD V CO. v ' P OBox 78 -. Cincinnati, Ohio. ' . - $20,000. Twenty Thonaand Dollars in Pre i aminma, for I istri button anions; ,.i the $s Subscribers for the "Weekly Enquirer! IN APRIL, 1872. . 5 The number of Premiums are always in creased when the nnmber of names ' exceed the number calculated upon. ' ' . Wenow offer the following: -' " L . 1 Cash Premium of. .. ... .... w.1.SO0 , 20 Cash Premiums of S100 each.... '2JSS 60 8tem-winding Watches $8S each 4,60 ; 1 00 Cash Preaiiams si $20 eneh .... 200 j 200 Cash Premiums of each...... 2,000 : 10 Cash Premiums of S5 each ...... AOS lMCaah Preminmaof a3each....,. . 300 100 Cash Premiums ef S2 each.... 200 270 MiaeelUneoaa Pre. 2 to f 10 each 7.2U0 Mnklns; n Totnl ot Two Thousand Prentinna, Worth Twenty ThonMind Dollars. ! - ; . - " Every subscriber who remits two dollars' or s year's subscription will bas bis name J : I :n la i , . . 1 nwwicui iin win ifo luruiSkVU vj fcburu mail a receipt giving tbe date and number to Which bis name is registered, said number being represented by a duplicate in the die tiibotion. ' Agents sending 10 namea and $20 at one time receive a free paper ens year and hare their namea registered as participants for preminms. .' - -t ;:,.i -1 : -a.i i : AH Q i Specimen ConlesJ Posters, Premhini pam-i pblet and Subscription Blanka sent free to persons desiring them. . . Address Tpmifll&MoLEANri j- ; llks 1 i CI WCI NM ATT- OBIO. - ' - '- - -" j r $- . Jit J A, A BRIGGS & BflOTHEB'S XXaXaT7SnV3SA.nntD FLORAL VORK For Jaoaary 1873 new cot. , Issned as n Qnarterly. The richest and moat instructive Illustrated and Uescriptive t loral Unide ever Soblished Those of our , patrons who , oa-Ju vvi 1873. .Those who order Seeds this year will he credited with a subscription for 1874. The January number contains nearly 400 en- ravinga two superb colored pistes suitable or fraauiog. and also tintedl plates ef i ear gorgeons Floral Cbrnmos. Information rela tive to Flowers and VesetableS t snd their cultivation and all such matter as was form erly found in our- Annual Catalogues ion will miaa it if yon order Seeds before seeing BriggsABro Qnarterly. We challenge com parison on quality of Seed and prices and aixes of ' packets. - Our Calendar 'Advance Sheet and Price List for 1873 aeot free AJ dress BRINGS At BROTHER, -Seedsmen and 1 Florist is RocheMer N- Y. ' -: . " -"' -j.i-- - - - 464w o. r. jAkv:ioorjf , (Late Receiver of Pnblic Honeys for ,,:-.-.- Mebraska,f ,- .-f-r Will locate Homesteads for Soldiers and Sail ers . By a late Is w of Congress, soldiers and sailers are entitled to 180 acres, of one-half mile square or uorernnMst -aannV with b privilege of taking .all the ..time they may have served in tbe army air nary, from the time required under the Bom-stead Law to perfect a title. , .. " ' " Good lands selecttd.and lnfbrmation as ht elimate, soil, wood,: water, Acn given on aa- nucsuoa. . , . naaress, (, , . - Indianapolis, Ind. I Befer ta any old eitfasa ef Rinhsjsnd ...j W. E. Hollow at. P. M. Indlaospoli. f - I Jao. A. BcnuAnn, Oov. Oootah.; , v ' D. Ber lib. Ex Uur. ebraaka. 1 1: R. vV . FnnSAS. Gov. Elect Nebraska. a B. 8. Dusdt, IT. S :' adge Dist, Sebraii ika, T. W. Urron. V. 8. Senser. Ifebniska. .TRlSWOTOaMSr Entire New Stock! . DEALBB IK ' Dry Oents Pnrniahing Goods, " u Oil Cloth, WINDOW SHAD ES: Lace Window Curtains, ! er : r.sk- . '.t - .... ,- - - ' ' r - - 270 ..gji,t - gt. J '''JiicHftwiid.'' it di April 29 1872. 7t GEO. W. SIMMONS. v-i "'! AOEKT FOB"' f Coal, Lime, Plasters, Cements, Stone Pipe; .s j l Fire " Brick, v.-. . ..V'Fire: Clay -rA: iff a v Stoneware. i: -l! Office, J94 F.' yyayne,Avenueij' :-.nmr the Depot,' i' - RICHMOND INDIANA. " JAMES M STARR Steam and ' Gas Pipe 3at. Office on Wain Street, between Peat I and Marion, on 2d Floor. , Oas Fixtures, at ' Less . THAN EASTERN PRICES, , All wort promptly done in the best and most Satisfactory manner and Wiriiirid. PR. S. B. HARRIMAN ' " ; No, 16 1 .r v Pear ' Sree, ;' ! Opposite the Warner Uuildrng,) ,!s -BICH MOM D, ; I N D . ' ''Office Honrs: Prom 'l to 2, and from trt T F. M.anJ at'all other times when net fofessionally engaged. . , 'j , " BtCHMONB. Kot.' 9,.1869.sv . 19:ly fiiT r lly;ufl1l;'';''l''v," r- - NICHOLSON & BRO., Booksellers an d Stationers, (KKW STAND) Atnnnd Main, Odd Fellows Building tuii .i'--t : ;' -. -'" r-'"' '-'i'- .-.fj.Vi?-!--.- -- li RICHMOND. iNDIAMA -y '. - -3 Jehiel Railsback, Ji Jilioriiey at' Zaw;:t i ; ln -" 7 K Richmond. Ind, Entrance one door Cast of Fetcbell's Store and iver Hudwin's Drugstore, Main-st: , Richmond. Aug. 10,1870. . , ' Winter! tfTW under JUt signed has jnst received his Hew Winter Style of: of all Kinds, towhiehthe in- veAC; pfca rites the atWn- Sr.r ,, thto of ail who would indalge in tbe latest faabioos fM" Call at the list and t'sp shirs 3t .-i-';JOHB,SUFFRlMtV Richmond. Jan. 1 1873. v. '" 1-lr Attention Given to Surgery: n ; JB . tULXJQBTON. M. D; m r .Lit! Surgeon,,. -C -SJ SURGICAL OFFICE. Xo, 28, oath Fra,nklin-st., ; : ! v: .I'liK)' r RICHMOND. IND. ' WO:Bce hours trom S to 8 m: 12 ! in andO to r Sept 24. '70. 18 MOTE l swaine, PHOTOGRAPHIC: ARTISTS Are prepared to do all kinds of workin heir line otbasiness, and In ,.f ... , . "rTHE DGOT STYLE! AT THKIR Q ALLBBI K8 SOA, aaa 306 Muin-St.. Third Story .?.aof'UO xi.'-rA.H D.y,,., I Corner of Mala had Filth streets Bichmomd, Indiana. , -T 1 1 - : ' - 1 ' ' CUR DARLIttR,' A firat-cbts Chrome, is given to every sub- , sender to . , ODDET'A LADY'S BOOK for 1873 whether a single subscriber for Three Dol lars, or in s Club of nix for Fourteen Dollars. Address it. A. uuuei, r. If v corner Kth Chestnut sta Philadelphia - fXSee Advertisement ip Lady's Book for other Clubs :u:a;Xi. . ..(.-., NICHOLSON & CO., BOOK' BINDERY t !i RICUMO.D, IMD.'' r rt erf i tot,' .a: i' ' i t f -rnmTE are preDared to execute BIIfDINK . Wild BLANK BOOK WORK, in I Its branebes, and the best styles Alter any Pattern, Done to Order jar-Bring your ' MUSIC and have it s.Seusdaad Indexed. )i j: ; r.j'i i MlttfWG.Nes. sf Magaiiaes Sap- els mm &ag& PlfJE TREE in t f i f V Tar.Cbrdial, NATURE S (i BEAT : REMEDY i f t f hi THRO A r and LTJNOO. f It is gratifying to us toinro'nn he pnblic that Dr. L. Q. C. Wiabart'a J'ioe Tien Tar Cordial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, has sained an enviable reputation from the At lantic to the Pacific ocean, and from thence to some of the first families of Europe nut through the press alone, bat by persons tbre - ont the States actually benefitted and cored at hia office.1 - While 'he publishes less, so aar oar reporters, be is unable to supply the ! demand." It gains ani holds its reputation . First. 3ot by. stoDptng coagtu bat by loosening and assiti'se nature to throw of! the unhealthy matter' collected about the throat and bronchial tubes, wbiob causes ir ritation Second. 7 It removes the cause of irrita tion (which produces cough) of the mucous membrane and bi onchial tubes, assists the nnga to act and throw off the unhealthy ac cretions, and purines the blood. Third . It is free from squills, lobelia, ipe cac and opium, ot wnica most tnroat ana Innv remedies are ' eomnosnd. which allav eonghonlr and disorganise the stomach, ft has a soothing effect on the stomach, acts ou the hrer and kidney, and lymphatic and w tous regions, tbns reaching to every part of the system, and in its inngorsting ana puri fying effects it has pained a reputation which it must hold above an otners in ine maraei. r:,1I iv-T-r-M I ITf 1 L I i n '! Great American Dyspepsia Pills, - -y Worm. Sugar Drops Being under my immediate direction.thy shall not loss their earatire qualities by the use of ehean and inmure articles . i s i ? V ! f HENRY WISH ART,: PROPRIETOR. FREE OF C5HAEGE, : ur.A.. ti. U. Wuhart's Office Parlors are opened oa 41 on day a, Tuesdays aad Wednes days from 9 a m. to 5 p. m., lor consultation by Dr. Wm.T.Maaee. With him an asso ciated two consulting physiciana ofacknowl edged ability, . This opportunity is net of fered by any other institution in tbe city. All letters annat be addressed to. if L.Q.O.Wishart,M.p, Li !.--.; , - -r, ') no. 232 N. i f-.-t :i-r rtw.1 ' .aicfj (L. Knopf. C: H.Knopf. . ' M.Knopf.) --:'. j,.; uo v:ti-!i .- - DCALBBS IN ALL KtHDS OP Fresh and Dried Heats, i ' ' r" ' ' - i Mannlactnrersof Bologna; Ham and Pork Sausages, tic., Ac, fcc. t 227, Main street, , a- (One Door East of O. W. Barnes' Grocer. 2Uec'4'70.i-tt. , , Kichmoud lad ei A' LECTURE o TOtnra i fast Published in n Sealed Envelope, ; , 0j X1KB9U VJCKIS. .j Mf)T0-.jh A Lecture on the. , Nature, Treatment snd Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Semina Weakness,1 Involuntary Emissions, Sexual ( Ueninty, ana impediments to Marriage genr ally: Nervousness. .Consumption, Epiteper and Fits; M.-ntal and Physical Incapacity, resulting riorn 'Heir-Abuse. c By HUB I 4.CULVRRWELL, sL..,, Author -ot the Green nook, Ac. ,,-;, ; C-& The world-renowned author, ia tins admira ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own ex perience that the awful ronaequeaeea ot tie If- Abuse may be effectually removed without dangerous surgical operations, bougies in struments, rings, or cordials, pointing eut mode of cure at onee eertain and effectual by wmcn every aunerer, bo matter wbatnisoon dition mar be, tr.ar - 'cure - himself cheanlr. privately .and radically. . This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thousands. .' Sent under seal Yonny address. M a plain sealed envelope, on the. receipt cl six cents. t two postage stamps.'' Also Dr. Culverwell's Marriage Guide, price M) cenU Address the fublisbers -.--i-t H CIIAS. .T. KMNE A CdX Hii ... Ewiiiri. fmh fiiwflif wl I KHIIIJ HssaedJ I .;- i -.-1 ' piO i! Dlti ft .' I'3'.n fci' t.rer Ihsr.mwrpd. i .ron ths irusr cvti or alt Rheum, Erysipelex. Tetter Piles Eraptioas. Fot Bitten Limbs, Chilblains, Bnnion Corns, iA Old Sores Ulcere, Scrotal , Head, Boils, Felons. Bites ft , Insects, Poison, Chaps, - ? ' '; 'r-" ' 4te4 e. kc - f ' :ojb' - - l " so cettTi ; rasTAUa ovlt bt - i .- . A. M0FFITT & 00., , Bickmoud. Ind- ai bm gAig 'by 'a Druggists Generally. V tJ CS US T IT 8 b. roffjidi "Office In Room over 1st Bfattoaa Baak,- ' a Ricbaaoad. lad, t , June in. iuiz.;0rf ,- -f ( fus '-. -l - - !;:. it' V , D. P Hollow ay aMBS M. bLAMOSABS. iJ. Vni.;. : -'.."'-' u: i UNION PATENT i ! A UA - Q- E US' C Y- ; !;.) -. fi it) .VKi'.. 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ALSO, A FULL DESCRIPTION Of the inrent-'on or disoevery. and its sd- vantages should be given as is practic able, to aid in tbe proper prepa . ration of the papeis. . - '.I.- f v. s 'Persons believing they hare made an fmentien - or 'a discovery' in art or science, and desirous of knowing whether the same has been patented, by transmitting to us a mo M , or drawmg.er a snfBcieet description to inahe the invention intelligible, -can bare a thorough examination made .in .the Patent OlB ee, and tbe result of said examination 'orvarded to them for a reasonable compen sation. ft; : jail '.t-;.'; -'i fij S IV'. 7 i j.: ' V, "1 ai'ii o,;f . 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Written by one who cared himself, after un dergoing considerable quackery, and sent free on receiving a postpaid directed envelope. Address; NATHANIEL M AT FAIR, SMPAC0201v,i Brooklyn. Y. .8To;ntpm8 II O T E Ij, V" ' RE-OP 1INED ON THE 3aU MOfgAJf r Cor Penn'A Are. & 0th St. WASHINGTON, D. C. TIIIS HOTEL has been close! since April last, and has, during the past sum mer, undergone the most thorough ron nova tion. It has been refurnished with elegant Walnut Marble Top .furniture, spring beds, velvet and Brussels carpets. . . The furniture and appointments throughout have been manufactured to order expressly for this house, anil are equal in style and du rability to- any - European Betel in the conn trv. The rooms are arranged en mite .and sin gle, and will be rented from $1.00 to 5. 60 per day (including- private parlor.) ,4S F .. A spacioos Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dining Boom, Gentlemen's ' Restaurant, Lunch and Refreshment Saloons sre conrenientlj arrang ed,' where alt meals are served la earte.'. A liberal discount will be mailu to those de siring to remiin by tbe week or month. VVUUUMLKt ft UUKB,.U-Oi 27 ws Proprietors. Vimegmr Bitters sre not s rile Fancy Drink, made ot Poor Rum, Whiskey,. Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, . and sweetened to please the taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers," "Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippier on to drunkenness and ruin, but are a tree Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the Sys tem, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the mood to n healthy condition, en rtching it, refreshing -and Invigorating bota mind and body.- They are easy of administra tion, prompt in their action, certain in their results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease No Person can taJte tbese Bitters ac cording to directions, snd remain longnn well, provided their bones are not destroyed, by mineral poison 'or other means; and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stom ach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Pal. pttatlon of the Heart, Inflammation of the Longs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys,and ahundred other painful symptoms, sre the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it hasaoeiiiiati and one bottle will prove n better guarantee of Its merits than a lengthy advertisements i. For Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood orfhe turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided sn influence that a narked Improve- ment Is soon perceptible. For laflami matory and Chronle fthen atism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indi- ion. Bilious. Remittent and Intermittent ! vers. Diseases of the Blood.Liver.Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitten have been most anceeasftu. Such Diseases are caused byVitlated Blood, which is generally produced by derangement ot the Digestive Organs. , TBexareaeenOaPaurtfatt'veas urotl as a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting as a powerful agent in relieving Con gestion or Inflammation of the Liver and Via ceral Onrans and In Bilious Diseases. For Skin Disease, Eruptions, Tetter, SalU Rheum, Blotches, Spots, PlmpleaustuteB,Boila, Carbuncles, Rin g-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Disoolorations of the Skin, Humors snd Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dag np snd carried out of the system in a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the moat incredulous of their cur ative effects, a) '-! .1,,, Cleanse tne Vitiated Blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through tbe akin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and sluggish in the reins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and tne neaun oi ine system wui louow. . 1 Grateful Thousands proclaim YlNBSAn ' Bittehs the most wonderful Invigorant that : aver sustained the sinking system. Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking In the system of so many thousands, are effec tually destroyed and removed. Saya a distin guished physiologist : There Is scarcely an Indi vid oal on the face of the earth whose body is ex- : empt from the presence of worms. It is not up on the healthy elements of the body that worms exist, bnt upon the diseased humors and slimy ' deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmintics, will free the system from worms like these Bitters.. . Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged In Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type setters, Gold-beaters, snd Miners, as they ad vance in me, are suoject to paralysis or the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of Walkkk's Vinegar Brrrsns twice a week. .BUicus, Remittent, sued Intermit tent Fevers, which are so prevalent In the valleysof our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of tbe Mississippi, Ohio, KissoorLjlliuois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar kansas, Red, Colorado Brasoe, Kio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, lames, and many others, with their vast tribu taries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Afltumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by extensive derange ments of the stomach snd liver, and other ab dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga tive, exerting a powerful Influence upon these various organs, Is essentially necessary. There Is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dn. J. Walker' 8 Vinesab Bittbbs, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with whicb the bowels are leaded; at the same time stimulating the secretions of Hie liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Scrofula, or- King's Evil. White Swell ings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled neck. Goitre Scrofuloos Inflammations, Indolent'; Inflamma tions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup tions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc, etc; In these ss in all other constitutional Diseases, Walkek's ViNEQAH Bitters have shown their great cura tive powers in the most obstinate and intract able cases. - .. ... - Dr. -Walker's CaUfarnia TInegnr Bitters act on. all these cases in a similar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove the cause, ana by resatvisg sway the effect of tbe Inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive health, and a permanent cure is effected.' .! .-s . . j The properties Of Dn. WiLKKK'S VINES AB BnrsBs are Aparient, Diaphoretic, Carmin ative, Nutritious, laxative. Diuretic, &eda-, tlve, Counter-Irritant; Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. -,' J. -;;? . The Aperient nnd mild Laxative proper ties of Da. Waiter's Vikesah bittbbs are the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect the humors of tbe fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in iie nervous system, stomach, and bowels, euner lWim f nSfimm&iiroi- wind, eoita. mimn ptn. - Fortlfjr the body aaralnat eusease by punmng au its uuioswiui vineoab hitters. Ko epidemic can take hoU of a syatemthus fore-armed. , Directions. Take of the Bitters on going to bed at night from a half to one and one-half wlne-glassf uli. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beet; and vegetables, and take ot-door exercise. They sre composed of purely vegetable ingre dients, and contain no spirit. - - - R. M. McDOKAJS At CO., -DraggHta snd Gen. AgHu, San Francisco, Cat, A cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts N.Y. . SOU MX ALL PBBtMISTS A DKAI.ElCV A BOOB. FOR THZ: BIIL.UON t . , i 4 - -. - ev. . t AtlTaUC4nKlrt4tai. Hme4 or uiom aboat M . laarry .n the phTmljgical : j.wrln anil reTelationMf ,ta wxo&l itium. vith thm Guido- IMMt elMMwriM ta prodaalac aaS prna(if oiprki(, a to pnMr. tk. eoaiplcxiM, Ac. T.UI. an 4urcuoc w.r arra-. kaeAfOi s aittf : Cea.wtta Bomeroua eDgraviaaa, and containa valoabla (KBaUaaf4W tboasvaaanawrlaaoaBKaislateBiar- ' Hate. SUU iiLa bock ih.t.uf at to be kept wdarloc , aedkey, aa not laid eareteaalj ahaat tkeh.uM. ( It contain th. .xprri-Dce aa4 ad.ic. .fa phraleUa whoa, repntatioa 1.- wnan wiaas aaab4Hil4 kc la tb pri vate 4trmarr ef .very male an4 female tferournent tke entire - eaieraaea ererrUiaas tke ubject e f tke ge rmtiT aretera that U worth kaewincana nock that im Set pqbuaked faa aavr athee walk t. .vr. ' Sent te ariT one (rre of aottaM) IM-nflt Cealt. ' - i . addreaa Dr. Sana- Pmraaarr.ke, X2. Ktaktk atratM i St. IfOaia, Mo. JTctics to tia ASieteS jui valW'iniato. v " vutorm mirnlTlaa? to the MUriMiataekivhi Mvertisefa 4 MbHe pmters,ar vthtf; any qtssvcm immtim .yarrmae Dr -r Iwmtta work ao matter wiiAvt jottrmtotswr ia, or kv deplor- Bjmie jour ooniioa ! 1 f Dr. Bstw occupies doable tttMue ct twty-fteiea fffwnts;i sindorwa rf srhe s f the Bot eelbrstc4 aveali alprofesewrsof ihiscouniry sad Borope, sct eaa beeoa- II rvrtii iiir 'T mi i (i pi iws, jiw, a- .v. n.HMS nMWSn r nil ,r i' i t 1 If-Tn EasDv made wilhtnr Htq .-j I H IfaT T-Chek OstfC CirenlmVee ton J M i I ii - - lu - Deertrad, but for eonghs, sold a, sere throat, horseness and bronchial rfimpn WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS, Htartaless Itaitatloa aid en the mar ket, but tbs only acientific preparation of Corbolie Acid for Long diseases m wbea chemically combined with other well known remedies, as in tbese Tablets, snd all parties sre cautioned against nsijg any other. Ia all cases of irritation of the masons membrane these Tablets should be freely nsed, their eleassmg and healing properties sre astonishing. Be warned, never to neglect a at' A, it is easily cured ia its incipient stale, when it be comes ehronic the cure is exceedingly diffi cult, use Wells'Carbolie Tablets as a sparine Price 25 Cts. per Box. JOHN Q. KELLOGG 18 Piatt St., N. Y Sols Agent for tbe C 8. . send for Circular , i . , .,.-.. oil EfcUffloisT 027at7r ' Dealers aaa Coasnmers send for . . , . prices to the Maaof aetarers, --' ' IAJl555EIf TIFT, los B f i Street CIKCMrXATI, OHIO. ' CDS OF III!). The Ladle's Friend. Ask your Groeerfor it- Always gives aatisfaetioa. . Try it. ,-i for the laundry has no equal." Sold hy 6m eers. ri A BARTLETT A Co, 114, H7 v Front Street. Philadelphia, 1 Chambera Street, N T, 43 Broad sWt. Beaton d64 la unequaled by any known remedy. It will eradicate, eatripate and tlioreugbly destroy ; all poisonous substances .in the Blood and will, effectually dispel all predisposition to i bilious derangement. : ; ... .- .' : Is there want of action in yoaf Lir. - tr A Spleea ! Unless relived at ones, the Wood becomes impure by deleterious seere tiooa, producing scrofulous or skin diseases. Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples. Ae.,Ae. - i .- , ' ,.,"ve. TO" ITpeUc Slosnach I . Unless digestion is promply aided ths system is d.-biliUted with loss of vital force, poverty of the B'ood, Dropsical Tendency, General t Weakness Or Laasitude. ; - -.- i n i Have roa weakness of the Intes. , lines ! . Yon are in dsoger of Cbrosie Diar rbma or tbe dreadful Inflamation of the Bow- Hare yon weakness of the Uterine or Driaary Organs ! Ton most procure instant relief or you sre liable to sufierinir worse tlian death. . .... u Are yea dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish or depressed in spirits, with head aeheTbaek .sshe, coated tongns and bad tasting meufh for i certain remedy for all f these dis easesr weaknesses and troubles; for deans in and purifying the vitiated blood ed ire parting rigor- to all tbe vital forces; for building nu and restoring the weakened son ,tation 6SE; , . .... ,I-,:..TiJf,t!T n which is pronounced by the leading medical .authorities of, London and farts the moat , powerful tonic and alterative known to the medical world. This is no new nnd aatried disco very but has been long nsed by the load . mg physicians of other countries with won derful ramedie) results. , , ,, i-, Pont weaken and impair the duraative -or-gana by cathartics and phyaicaTthw give . only tompoiaryrelief-Iodigeaticn.flatatoncy snd dyspepsia with piles and kindred dis eases are sore to lollow their use. , V : Keep the blood pure and health is' aasnrad. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 R.tt S"h! ,! ' -' - Agent for the United States IViee SI per Bottle. Seed for Circnlsr.4 M A M,LI?r BUCHU SKtvinHr Removes Irom tbe blood, the cause of Rhea mntisra, hv inereasing the action of tbs Kidney a i and Liver, .s These are the Scavene gers of tbe system, snd carrv eat its wast partieles, which, if not carried out. become iruitinl sources of disease and death. , ; W.C.UAMILTON afeCO.V08' V. - . vaiv. WANTED. A reliable and intelligest manofaood ailnrav.. . i . .... . r- .u nivur. , u m -dewirable and lucrative baaia.ataw VLl i. Inruai At &Oa a aft rum .T. 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