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Allf ersoas who are .flfilLctea with
Or any of its Kai ly Stages, such as a
COUGH, COLD, Gi; BRONCHITIS.
We offer a sure remedy, and give you evidence for
proof that cannot be disputed. We will also warrant
the remedy to niie sati&taction, or Uia money will be
the remedy that can show more genuine evidence
of merits than any other Balsam, Gocgh or Lung
Keniedy ever offered to the public
Mrs. Amy Kexsedt, writes from Painesville, Ohio,
that she was twenty-four years arllicted with Aitkuia
and Bronchitis ; Doctors fail to cure :
"In taking np one of your Almanacs, I read of the
wonderful cure by tiie use of Ali.ks s I.unu Halsam
1 w.ts sutferinjr much at the time with A si lima and
Bronchitis. 1 thought 1 would try a t otile of it. laid
so, and was relieved in a tow days, so that 1 could sit up.
1 am sixty-live years age. it is now twenty lour years
since I have been so arreted, and 1 have been doctored
by many different physicians; have also taken a num
bar ot bottles of .iayne's I xpoctorant ; and 1 Ime never
taken anything that has done me so much good as your
Lung Balsam. 1 can not. express Ibe gratitude I ieeL
i have not lelt as well tor many years, i am so much
leiur that 1 wanted you to know it ; and 1 thank you
many times for the bene lit your medicine has been
David KLrSGnxsMiTH, of KUsworth. Pierce Co.VYis.,
writes us. lie says that he was sick for three years with
a hard, dry couch, and, at times, a pain in the side and
breast, nutil last November.
"I was taken wit b severe pains in my breast I called
a doctor, w bo tsd me it was Consumption, and there
was no rebel tor me, and I must die - that my right lung
was ent-.ely gone. 1 laid lor a month in despair, think
ing that 1 must leave my little lamily in this wicked
world without care and supjiort. vrd tic- itfien
J-ufnmm Ijfuftfrtdl and iut un reli -f. until in tebruary
I happened to get one of yonr Almanacs, and read ot the
oj Allkn'8 I.im; Balsam 1 sent toKod W ing.
Minn., and got two bottles ol it, and through its bappy
eflect 1 was brought to my leet again.
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Indigestion not only affects the physical health, bnt
the dispositions and tempers of its victims. The dys
peptic becomes, too, in a measure demoralized by his
sufferings. He is subject to tits of irritation, sullcnness,
or despair, as the case may be. A preternatural sensi.
tiveneas which he cannot control, leads him to miscon
strue the words and acts of those around bitn, and his
intercourse even with those nearest and dearest to him
is not nnfreqnenUy marked by exhibitions ol test in ess
foreign to his real nature. These are the mental phe
nomena ot the disease, forwhich the invalid -annot lie
justly held reonible. but they occasion mnch house
hold disoomlort. It is to the interest of the hoiuecircle
lt is essential to family harmony as well as to the rescue
of the principal sufferer from a state not far removed
from incipient insanity, that these symptoms of menial
disturbance be promptly be removed. This can only be
done by removing their physical cause, a derangement
of the functions of the stomach and im albed viscera,
the liver and the bowels. I'pon these three important
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producing a thorough and salutary cbaig in their
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genial restorative for a single week without experienc
ing a notable improvement in his coneral health. Not
only will his lodily sutlering s abate troin day to day, but
mind will recover rapidly from its restlessness and
irritability, and this happy change will manliest itself
in ms demeanor to au around n mi.
H O M CEO PATH Y
One of the great triumphs of Homoeopathy is the core
of diseases of Domestic Animals, The Horse, the
Cow, Sheep, Dog, and even Hog, are cured of the several
to which they are subject, by the small doses ol
Homoeopathy, with a degree of certainty and rapidity
that is mi"f Some diseases incurable by the ordi
nary means are rapidly cured by this method, while the
see with which the medicine may be given and'the
rapidity of the cure is perfectly delightful. Ko one who
has witnessed the astonishing cures performed on
Domestic animals by Humphreys' Veteiuxabt
Specifics would willingly subject them to the barbarity
tortures and the lingering uncertainty of the old system.
Htunplireys' Homoeopathic Veterinary
And the more prominent Diseases and Conditions they
are adapted to cure.
AA Cares all Fevers, Congestions, or Inflammations
Lung Fever, Pneumonia, Inflammations of the
Lungs, or Bronchia, Head, Fj-es, Throat or Belly
Staggers and Fits, Inflammation, Colic.
1111. Cures all results of Strains, Injuries, Founders,
Rheumatism, Lameness, Blood or Incipient Bone
Spavin, Stifle, Ac.
fJC. Cores Distemper, Glanders, Farcy, Strangles,
Swelled Glands, and Scab and Rot in Sheep.
DD.-Cores Bote, Worms or Grabs, Colic and Disease
in Consequence of Worms.
EE. Cures all Diseases of the Air Passages, Coughs,
Mnaves, Broken or Thick Wind, Lung Fever,
FF. Cores Colic, Belly-ache, Wind-blown, Dysentery.
GG. Cures Threatened Miscarriage, Abortion or
Slinking, Imperfect Cleansing.
HH Cures all Urinary Complaints, Strangury, Scanty
or Bloody ' Urination, Inflamed Kidneys or
II. Cures Eruptions, Mange, Grease, Farcy, Thrash,
Abcees,Ulcers, Fistula, Swellings and Erysipelas.
J J. Cures Jaundice, Bad Condition, Indigestion,
Constipation, Staring Coat, Paralysis, etc.
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OF THE AGE.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Reader, m may consider thl a sort of spread eagle
mailing, out i mean every wora ot it. 1 nave been
there. Whea your system is racked with
pain, and yon cannot even turn yourself in bnd.orsittin
la a chair, you most sit and suffer, in the BKiniing wish
fng it was night, aad at night wishing it was morning
Vi nen you have
when every nerve in your being is like the sting of
wasp, circulating the most venomous and hot poison
around your heart, and driving you to the very verge of
Badness: When you have the
that I have Jirst got through with.) that -moot awful,
xsoe 'heart-withering, most strength destroying, most
prrit-breaking and mind-weakening of all diseases that
an afiUct our poer human nature. When you have the
.ring and writhing in agony and pain, nnable to turn
yourself in bed. and every movement will go to yooi
beart like a knife: now tell me. if relief and cure of any
of these diseases in a few days is not the .rcatett
Medical Blessing of the Age, tell ns what is I
DIRECTIONS TO US K. Yon will take a tablespoon
fnl and three spoonfuls of water three times a dav, and
in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
pain will be dissolved and pass off by the kidneys.
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- ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from Nervous
Debility Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity,
send free to all who need it, the receipt and directions
for miring the simple remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit b) the advertiser's experience
by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
No. 42 Cedar street. New York.
13 XL WEAVER'S
Canker and Salt Bhemn Syrup,
For the Cure of Canker, Salt Rhenm. Erysipelas. Rerofa
loua DiseaseH, 'utaneous Eruptions, and every
kind of Disease arising from an
impure state of the blood.
f wumt Efettite Blond rurifirrnf the A'inatemth Cen titty
flfSold by sll Medicine Iteslers.
Sold by Gbexke A Buttok. Milwaukee.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health 1.1 a
weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having su iCi
d several year with a severe lung affection, and tbt
dread disease. Consumption, is anxious to make knewa
to his fellow sufferers, the means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy of the pre
awriptioa ased (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
Scbx Crux fob Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
eta. The obiect of the advertiser in sending the pre
scriptioo is to benefit the afflicted, and spread informa
tion which he conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
very sufferer will try his remedy, as it will ost th m
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WfI.NO?f,
Williamson, Kings County, New York.
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How a Catholic Priest Looks at the
Matter and Advises Relative to It.
Somebouv who evidently does not adttiir
what are callrd ronnd-dsiic('s,",t-eiiflii nt- the
toll owing. l)ifh tho writer paya is a bona
fit1 report of a eoiifVf-ional iu which a young
'ady who danced told her ttory aud was read
"Fleaxe tell nif. Father, id it a sis to dance
"What am I to un.ln stand Ly round
danceo?" "WaltZPf, polkas, pralope, etc."
"Describe a galop."
"Why, it's BomethiiiR Ms a a waltz, only
swifter, and the steps are din", tent, and tliere
are several changes aa yon make the circuit
of the room."
"Py no metn; a paHner, of conrt-e." .
"(rcntlenian, I pivhunit'i"'
"Well, vee;.p;entlrnian preferred."
"Takee'the lady by tie handy''
"Not exactly; it least, by one hand."
"And how doen he dii-poee of the other?"
"Well, why," bhinliin decjily "yn know
the lady has to be fiipported, and so her
partner jnst touches her waist liphtly. and"
"Bnt that would afford no enpport."
"Well, en's rests ou his ar hand just a lit
"But then she must hive a superfluous
hand if he takes but one."
'Oh, she rests her other hand npon his
shoulder just enough to steady herself."
"But," very matt:-r of fact "is that com
rortahle?" "Oh, yes, Father, very comfortable."
"If many c ntple d nice at once, I should
think.there would be danger of their corniuR
"Sometimep, but they recover themselves
"And the lady is not thrown away fromber
Oh, not at all; he holds her too olosrla."
I think," taking a pinch of snuff "I nn
dertand now what you mean "by a round
dance, which I presume you enjoy very
"It is perfectly enchanting! particularly
wken the music is fine, aud one Las a good
"1 you dance with any gentleman who
may ce intro luced ? In aockty there must
b some bad men."
"Well, I'd rather dance with a bad man who
is a good dancer, than a good man who is a
bad dancer, it don't make much odds about
the character of the gentleman, so he i a
good dancer. But then, to be sure, I er.jy
it a good deal more when I know the gentle
man and like him."
"And you think this is proper and modest
and maidenly, to go careering over a ball
room floor in the arms of a mia whom yon
might or might not have known ten minutes
"WelL ho; but it ia the custom."
"Would you ptrmit a stranger entering
your father's house to assume the position nl
a geEtleman in tha nmtd dance, aud cwuduct
you through your parlors ?"
"Of course not; tliat wouM be shocking
"My child, in ihs eyes of God it ia the
AN EXCITING SCENE.
A Father Teaches his Boy a Lesson
and Nearly Drowns Him.
From the Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin.
Wednesday about 5 o clock, an exciting
scene was witnessed near the entrance to tt.e
harbor. A father had often forbidden hi
boy, about nine years of age, from goinc up
on the dock, fearful that the little one would
by accident be drowned. Last evening upon
returning home ho found that the boy had
aisoDeyea his oraer ana was playing with
other children near the rivet's edge. The
father hastened to the rpot and somewhat
excitea, graspea the boy by the shoulder and
despite his cries, tied the eudof a rope about
ms waist anu souceu 111111 in me com water.
Ashe was drawing the boy up tho rope was
looseneu, uu ine nuio teiiow, situ Strug
gliug to get the water froni hi mouth, fci
back and sank. The excitement of
the father was now most earnest. lie
fairly yelled in agonv and would
have lumped into the river himself, had not
bystanders anticipated his intentions and
lrevei:ted. The boy came to the suffice
once and sank aga'ii, came up and was about
to sink for the lat-t time when a brute t-ail
jumped from the d"ck and caught him bv the
hair. hen the bov was taken out be was to
all appearances lifeless, but the father clasp
ed the liiitinmaw loini iu his arms. harrrel it
close to bis breat-t and kissed the wet lips
over and over again, while the tears fairly
flowed in t-treams down the man's chetks anil
his sobs could be beard by all. Carrying the
boy, anil l estowing endearing caresses as he
went along, to the nearest house, the little
fellow was soon brought to his senses and the
delight of the parent knew no bounds. JI
kissed and embraced the bov and the sailor
and the physician over and over again, and
when the boy was able to walk still carried
him in his arms to his home, alternately crv
iug and laughing so great was his jv. The
father received a lesson in the wav of punish-
ing his children that he will never forget, and
ilio boy will no doubt mind the advice tuven
turn by tu:se in authority.
The Commerce of the Lakes.
During the navigable period of 18G9. ears a
New lork paper uho t imet-;, say six months,
i vesse.'s, having an aggregate tonnage
Le-i dv tne custom bouses at 3J.h;j(j tons.
ueie wrecked, burned, or otherwise totally
siroyea upon ine great iair.es. ui minor
looses there were enough to f-weil the total
sacrifices of projierty to 1,914 disasters, great
aud small, involving the loss of property es
timated at a value nf over four millions of
dollars. Included ia these misfoi tnnesmust
be mentioned the drowning of 2I9 seamen
out of the 103,673 registered as oflioera and
crews of the ill fated ships, buch a loss of
bfe and property as this implies an immense
The lake marin emplovs over 100.000 men
and seamen alone, not including the larger
number of etevedores and longshoremen w ho
make up so large an element in all maritime
cities. The arrivals and departures at a sin
gle port, that of Milwaukee, were more than
ten thousand in number during the uaviga
ble months, and the segregate tonnace was
over 4,000,000 tons. The produc a handled
n this immense interchange wcte principally
cereals. Including flour, Buffalo alone ie
ceiyed and transferred 43,440,220 bushels ot
grain, recollecting that the cram and lum
ber khiptnents are ail Irom west to east, a;.d
that the immense transportation of coal,
manufactured iron and 'general merchandise
from east to west, we can gain some con
ception of tho Vdstness of tho frerh water
commerce ljing to the north and west, all of
which ie or ouirut to be tributary to the har
bor of New York.
The following lists of Western patents were
issued from the United States l'atent Oftice
for the eek ending Jan. 25, 1870, as reported
Farwell, Ellsworth & Co.. S -licitors aud
Counsellors iu Pate nt Causes, 1C2 Lake street,
Propeller Aaron Col ton, Sycamore.
Coffee-pot Attachment M. de Graff. Chicagn.
Combined fase Knob and Door FkBtener Bea
kett and Ferguson, McLean county.
jaanuractnre or Composition Roofs C. F. Hin-
rain Separator Dennis Laud. Chicago.
Velocipede K. E Lowe, Upper Alton.
Hydrant Jacob R. Mauney, Chicago.
Saw Handle W. W. Bicbardson, Chicago.
Hedge Trimmer Kosdall A Koadall. Newark.
Kailrokd Ticket J. P. Whitehead, Chicago
Platform Seals for Hay or Cattle D. H. Dtwev.
Window Screen D. N. Hurlbut, Chicio.
Machine for Bounding Shot C.Koehler.Koaiclare
Stone Planing Machine A. T.Mrrri uan, Chicago.
Pulverizing Attachment for Plows fihoades A
eck loke C. 8. Sanford, Lena.
Machine for Threading Bolts N. Thomas. Chicago
Machine for Shrinking Tire W. R'erts, Chicago.
Fire Extingninher C. G. Wheeler, Chicago.
Point Brush Jacob Bayls, Washington.
Manufacture of Artificial Stone C ienet Ag
glomerate Company, Riihmond.
Harness-operating Mechanism for Looms G. 9.
Loom it. a. rauikner, TndianapoliR.
Grain Drill and Broadcast Sower I. Inirels. Mil
Seed Planter J. Mendenhall, Greenelmrs.
Automatic Wa eon -brake Pics er ill A Pickerill.
Grain Drill reed J. L. Kiter, Liberty.
Lifting Jack Schopf & Schopf, Pittsburg.
Table T. J. Shannon, Lawreucebur;;.
Milking Apparatus i. C. Black, K mkauua.
Extension lable Slide M. Meek, Milwaukee.
Steam Generating Heater A.C.ButtW.Milwaukee
Level and Stomp-puUi-r J. G. Fcx, Oregon.
Cultivator Madison A Libby, Blooming Grove.
Bate-burning Stove Obermeyer A Halle, Mil kee
Shoemakers' Tools J. A, Clippenger, Newton.
Waabinz Machine I homas Bees, Judson.
Spiral-current Water Wheels J. Zimmerman,
To IirMovE Diet fbom the Eye. Take
hog's bristle, double 60 as to form a loop.
Lift the eyelid aud gently insert the loop
over the ball, which will cause no dis
agreeable feeling. Now close the lid down
upon the bristle, which May now be with
drawn. The dirt will surely be upon the
HORRORS ON SHIPBOARD.
Terrible Mortality Among Emigrants.
[From the New York Times.]
Sanitary Superintendent Harris Lasjust
received the rt jHjrt of the Waterside Sani
tary Inspector, Dr. JoIiukou, in regard to
the f hip Jolm Bernm. This vessel, which
is of 778 tons burden, arrived ut quaran
tine on the 10th instant, altera voyage of
103 days from Hamburg, more tbau half of
which bad been upent iu buttling the con
trary wind h of the North Sea.. The ship
btaried with 448 German emigrants, who
stepped on board at Hsmburg in ruddy
health, with all t'ue stolid strength of
Fatherland unimpaired. When the ship
cams to anchor in the Lower Bay at the
close of this protracted and stormy voyage,
nineteen of these sturdy emigrants had
beea committed fo dep sea graves ; fifty
others had been prostrated by almost mor
tal sickness, and nearly all of them were
but the ghosts of the stalwart men. wo
men and children who shipped at Ham
burg. Upon examination the ship was found to
be in the terribly filthy condition naturally
resulting I mm (lie crowding of so many
human beiugs iu so small a space for so
long a tinK. Although the Vessel had a
liberal supply of medical stores, she car
ried no surgeou, aud her mediciues were
of little avail when ignorautly admiuis-ter-ed.
The sickucss and mortality w. rj nia
t -rially increased by tho neglect during the
voyage of the simplest s;iuit;iry rules.
There is no pretense that there was ou the
ptrt of the oliieers any iutentioual neglect
or ill treatment of the steerage passengers,
but the most deplorable results certainly
followed the over-crowding, which was not
their fault, and the protracted voyage,
which, of course, was a circumstance be
yond their control. The sick of the vessel
were removed to hospital, and on Friday
last she was permitted to come to her dock
in tbe East river. She was officially visit
ed by Dr. Judson, who caused her to be
thoroughly cleansed ar.d had removed from
her two cartloads of the ref.ise of the voy
age, which was foul beyond description.
Previously to this those of the emigrants
who were styled well becanse they were
not stretched upon their backs; were laud
ed at Castle Garden. They were able to
crawl upon the land they had thought to
reach in perfect health, but the;- seemed
only spectrps from a shadow ship.
VOLUNTARY RETURN TO A DUNGEON
Comfortable Quarters and Hard Labor
in a Penitentiary Preferred to the
Cold Charity of the World and Constant
Apprehensions of Arrest.
From the Cincinnati Chronicle, Jan. 20.
One day last week we published an ac
count of the escape of a convict who was
under sentence to the penitentiary, from
the jail nt Liberty, Ind. Immediately after
the escape became known, the sheriff of the
couuty published the offer of a reward of
$50 to whoever would return the fugutive
to his quarters in jaiL Now this reward was
not sufficiently large to induce any person
to undeitak9 a vigorous 6earch, and so
there was no prospect that the jail-breakej
would be brought back, except by mere
accident The escape was the talk of the
town for a day or two, and of course every
body had to visit the jail to see how the
escape had bt en effected, and to make such
suggestions asthe occasion might call forth.
On Thursday morning last, about 10
o'clock, while a party of gentlemen were
thns engaged, the door of the jail opened
and a man walked deliberately in, making
the remark, "Oentlemen, 1 gu .su vou don
know me.' A close inspection of the
speaker's features, however, revealed tbe
fact that he was none other than the great
escaped, aud in the conversation which en
sued, he stated that after escaping he had
made his way southward into Kentucky
dodging troui place to place, often suffering
from hunger, aud continually haunted by
the fear thet the officers' ot justice were on
his track neeking to rearrest him. In this
way he finally reached Lexii-gton, Ky., from
which point he retraced his steps, deter
mined to give himself up again to impris
He further stated tbut he had about con
cluded tkat while he was serving out his
term of four years in the penitentiary, he
could by bard work acquire some Rood
trade, which would enable liim to obtain a
livelihood after the expiration of his terni
of immurement lie was also sure that
he would have warm clothes in the peni
tentiary, even if the 6iiit he would wear
there should hardly be detmed a prcseuta
ble one in which to appear in society.
1 he prisoner also showed that iu return'
ing he had cfui.e an eye to business, for he
very modestly made claim to the convenient
little sum of $Z0, which had been offered as
a reward for his return. lie could not see
why he was not as well entitled to the re
ward as anybody else. Very much to his
regret the officers of justice iuformed him
that they couldn t see it that way, and pro
ceeded forthwith to induct him safely into
the most secure quarters about the Mil.
wuera he will probably remain until the
Sheriff conducts him to the great bastile of
Hoosienlom, which graces the banks of the
muddy Ohio at JenVrsonville.
THE DIVERSY ESTATE.
A Daughter Brings Suit Against Her
Mother—Over a Million Dollars at
Barbara Diversy, formerly Sirs. Ilr.se.
has G!ed, in the County Court, a petition
ttmg forth that the return of property
maae uy uer moiner, .Mrs. Angela Diversv.
administratrix of the late well-known
brewer, Michael Diverr.y, is false iu every
respect and proposes to contest the distri
bution of the property, airs. Diversv was
niacie administratrix on bond of S'JtXJ.OOO.
and the estimated value of the estate was
set foith as $112,09'J.25, of which $213,000
was invested in real estate, and $228,000,
the share share of the deceased in kill's
Brewing Company. The d tughter's peti
tion sets lortu me louowing tacts:
1. 1 hat she is the eldest danchter of the
late Michael Diversv; that the account of
property rendered by her mother, Angela
uiversv. is laise in every respect: that the
real estate does not amouat to $213,000,
but to double that amount: that four
horses, valued at $1,200, were not men
tioned in the schedule: that there was
found in the house not $113, but $2,000;
that the statement rendered set forth that
there were no outstanding debts, while
there are outstanding and receivable debts
to the amount of $30,000; in short that the
property noes not amount to $412,000. but
at least $1,000,000.
2. That her mofier, Angela Diversy'did
confer with or speak to her or any ot
her children about the matter, but acted
independently accepting only the advice
of her hou-iu law, Jui ins Kirchoff.
3. Also that the petitioner and her sis
ter, Catherine Merckel, live in the same
house with their mother, but that neither
them knew anything about the petition
or account of property until they read of
in the Illinois Suats Zeitung.
ine suit which promises to follow will
be very interesting, covering, as it does, a
large property, and a mother and daughter
being the disputants. Chicago PosL
A Terrible Story.
In an articie rcierrinir to the necessitvfor
harbor of refugy at I'ort Washington, the
Adverliser telle that story of t-hip wreck of the
Xoieuo on the portiu lSob.. Ihi dmaiter oc
curred within a t tones throw of the pier and
ha ecene is described as one of tho most
heart reuderiug ever witnessed. Through
out the entire day while the gale was fright
ful and the sea running mountains hiirh tho
boat lay, her flag at half mast, tossing and
pitching about, the Jare throng gathered
knowing that the must soon go to pieces and
they unable to render any asMisttnce. Effort
after effort was made to get to the ill-fated
bteamer with boats, but uo boats however
skiilfnlly rcauagi d could psiNg the breakers
at.d each one ha 1 to return, while the doomed
victims could plainly Fee that the efforts te
save them were unavailing aud that their fate
As darkness came on the wailin?s of the
women and children on tho veseel could be
dis'inctly heard by thot-e on shore sendinR a
thrill ot nam to everv heart, and makine the
scene one never to be forgotten. Shoi tly af
ter pieces of the wreck could bo eecn at:d
evryono knew that the fate of the steamer
was st aled. Oat of d3 souls on board oalv
three were saved. It is to enard acaini-t such
disaet' rs as these that a harbor is wanted at
Port Washington. Kcenini .Wisconsin.
The number of men employed in the
various navy yards is as follows: New Yerk,
3,406; Boston, 2.364; Philadelphia, 1,336;
Portsmouth, l.J'JU; Mare Island, Cab. 1,-
432: Washington, 1,21)8; Norfolk, 852; Pei -sacola,
104. Total, 12,092. The late order
of the Secretary ot the Navy suspending
work ia the departments of construction
and steam in the above yards will tempo
rarily throw out of employment 7,000 men
Private medical aid. Bead Dr. Whittier's
Cincinnati made 30,509,680 cigars last
A Stolen Child Found.
From the Milwaukee Evening Wicn.iu.
The rcalers of tho Wiscossix will remem
ber the story of the almost heart-broken
mother, Mrs. Bnrnbam, who was in this city
a If w weeks inee, in search of a child, which
had been stolen from her. From acre the
mother went to the Pacific coast, s'.ill eat nest
vi her search and still with but one object in
view, to find the lout one. Bv f. ire c ru ng
here, the mother had searched the cities of
Baltimore, Philadelphia, X. w Yolk. BoMon,
Pittsburg, Chicago, and OiHcinnati, but in
vain. Mho then proceeded to Nan l'rauMi-eo,
and there no trace of th.i lost child c ni'd bo
learned. The story ot her stolen child, re
luted in such language as only a mother can
use, awakener) tie sMiiiathy of ail who heard
it, and everywhere th generous baud of r
lief was extended. Free pastes on railroads,
free board at tho hotels, and every arlUie
that was required, th mother obtained on
relating the l ject of her journey.
At San Francisco Mrs. Butiih.iui delivered
a lecture ou the peculiar (luetriiio she pro
fesses, and in tho lecture related the Iocs of
btr child. The next tlay a cciitleniHii who
had heard the lecture, saw in the lilo .try a
Salt Lake paper, containing an account of
Mat.client' r's attem;t to restore Mr. Ib it
kanip to lifeat St. ni. and he told Mis.
Buruhani about it. A telegram was immedi
ately sent to the t'hief of Police there, and
the answer informed the delighted mother
that her child was safo.
During her long and weary wanderlusts of
two months, Mrs. Burnhaiu stiffcred f !ie tuo.-t
excruciating agony, and would have b -cotue
a mauiac but tor the presence and intlm-nee
of her husband. As it w, t!ic wasted ultimid
to a shadw, but now that she ha f.Miiid her
child, she feels st ringer, a-. d will dfcabtlers
soon recover her health.
Since her restoration to h r ni'dher, the
litt e girl has recovi red lu-r vivacity, and
sieg like a canaiy bird. Sim ij a i. inirka
ble singer for a child of hvr a-e. Sli.; knows
a K"d many songs, and cm h a n a n r song
ia a few minutes.
Manc'.ps'i-r, who sto thi child, csn-inn
the mother all tl.is 'l ief. is stiil i- St. J.tiis.
He practices Ilia healing art by the ' lajing
ou of hands," and it is fm Innate fur l int", the
Democrat tells ns, that he has imt had some
body's hands laid ou him in a ronglu r man
ner than would be good for his In aitli.
GoTr.v's Laiy's Book has commenced the
New Year with every indication of a vigor
ous life. Its engravings and fashi in plates
are executed in admiiable style, while in its
designs for fancy work it has few it any
equals in the country. The.bome department
contains much that w ll'be found of treat
value iu every household, such as receipts,
directions for making ali kinds of fancv sr
t:clen and articles of use in the family". In
the literary department proper there is'ninch
that is interesting, while each nunibrr con
tains a piece of niur-ic which is a pleasant
feature. The February nnmber is out and i
really a beauty. The uigraving ii entitled,
"Feeling th Patient's PuW," and represents
two young ladies, one reclining in an t asv
chair, while the t.tlur, with wa'ch in land,
ft els her pulse. The invalid, however, gives
nnmi.-takab'e evidence that the htart is affect
ed and not tho bod v.
The publisher is L. A. O.'d.-y, Thilad. lnhia,
auu ine price is inree oonars per jear, llnriv
per single copy, with a reduction to
BeefCattle Fair to Prime .$12 00
Hons Live '. loon
8heef Fair to Prime 4 50
Fixjob Extra Western 6 0(1
Wheat No. 2 Sprinj' 118
Cobn Western Mixed Si
Rte Western 1 05
Babi.lt 1 tki
Pore Mras 26 no
ft in 70
(A 6 .VI
a 2 ;
Ul 1 2il
(nl 1 t'7
fir 1 05
la 20 20
ffl 7 75
U ft 75
(i 4 75
(t- f 0
la. 3 IK)
(at 9 35
(di 5 2 5
It. 4 IKI
Choice i $ 7 23
Prime B (M
Fair Grade S 25
Medium 3 25
Stock CAxnjt-Conimon 3 Ml
Inferior 2 Ml
Hook Live 8 0'
Sheep Live Good to Choice .... 2 Ixl
Butteb Choice 20
Eooh Fresh C8
Fiona White Winter Kxlra ...... S ut
Spring Extra 3 9tl
Wheat Spring, No. 1
Cors Xo 2 70
Oats No. 2
Rte No. S
B.vBt.EY Xo. 2 .... 73
Pobk Mosa 23 00
fit2C I Ml
Prime i cu
Tair Grades 4 2T
Medium 3 ft
Stock Cattle Common 3 no
Inferior 2 l
Hons Live 8 00
Sheep Lire Good toChoi -e .... 2 Ml
Butter Choice 2-
Fiiona Whito Winter Eitr
(. 6 6 M
fri 4 71
(4' 4 75
fit 3 M
fill 2 75
! 9 01)
1 ft; 20
(X 6 75
fce 4 75
Wheat Spring, No. 1
Corn No. 2
Oats No. 2 .. .
4 0 .
21 &0 1.1 26 50
tot 9 75
fro 4 M
f 5 4
U 27 20
Good to Prime.
..$ 5 50
.. 6 50
.. 4 no
Ui 4 6l
(a) 9 25
CM 6 00
z 5 2 5
a 1 15 .
lit I 15
(a 27 00
Sheep GoM to Choice
Fixiua Spring XI
Wheat No. 1 Red 112
Harlet Choice Fall 1 00
Nervous debility with its gloomv attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, l ss of semen, sperratittori hota,
loss of power, dizzv head, loss of nn niorv.
and threatened impotence and imi'rciliiv,
find a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight. " Comjiosed
of the mott valuable mild aud potent cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the evstem. arrest tho dis
charges, and impart vigor and euerv, lile
and vitality, to the entire man. Thev have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of five bottles and a large vial
of powder, which is very important
in obstinate and old cases, or SI per
single box. Sold by all druggirl, and sent
bv mail ou receipt of price. Address Hum
phrey V Specific Homeopathic Medicine Com
pany, 502 Broadway. N. V.
Our National Disorders—Dr. Roback's
Tho American stomach is a tormen'ing or-
gau. It is generally out or order. Th lea
son is obvious. Tho driving man of biirmese
has not time, or will not lake tituo properly
to masticate his food. He bolts it, and as
bad habits are catching, all classes follow his
examplo. Hence Dyepepria, with all i;s
ci mplications hence Indigestion, Liver
Complaint and disorders of the bowels in all
their various pluses. Againt tliesn and a
hundred other complaints, the Scandinavian
Clood Pills and limed Purifier are waging
an extermmarin'r warfare. The success of
these medic nes has been aatoiiii-h'i:' even
in an age of sclent tic miracles. T;iey do not
allecialt they ejUmtjuix't a disorder. The
agony, the fever, the debility, the despon
dency, which characterize afllictions of the
digestive and secretive organs, vanish under
the ipfluence of these i.ienarations. The
constitution it.itlf seems to acquire new en
ergy under their operation.
The greatest pain killing remedy of the
aee is l'ratt x. liutchci's celebrated .Ma mo
Oil, warranted in all cases of r.lieuiiiatisin.
A.uralgia, Acue m the Face. Lame IJack,
Toothache, Ac. Try it once, and you will not
bo disappointed. It is safe to ilse, certain to
cure pain, and for stile by drugsjistd. Whole
sale agents, E. P. Dwyer A Co., Chicago.
Thoitpsos's Dollar Sales. The way in which
this firm are able to sell goods as cheaply a they
undoubtedly do is thns explained:
the arm represent a lame available cab capital.
they have their resident buyer iu ail the 1 ire
inanaiactnriuK aud nnportina; cities, and, in times
of financial pressure, when stock of koUs are sac
rificed at enormous dit-couu'S. comparatively a
mere trifle of their true value, they buy np, or by
makluK hirireand prompt cai-h advances, compl- tely
control very large stocks of goods of the fine!
manufacture Irom all parts of the world, which
would, in ordinary U0111 of commercial prosperity,
fin 1 their way into country stores, after pjs-iuij
through many hands, and pay in many pront-,
and would be sold at two or three times the price at
which they could be obtained from S. C lhoui son
Co., of No. 133 Federal tre-t, Boetor, iU-s ,
and 1.'S 9'.ate street, Chicago, 111 , who tun snpply
the consumer ahsolutelt, in many instances, at
much below fl'st actual cost. In aldition to this.
Messrs. 8. C. Thomrson k Co., pay prtniinmsto
IKT.ons getting up clubs. Anyoue having hisu e
time will fluu (hat ( will pay to act as till ir agents.
Send for theircircular ' hicxnn Adrance, A'nv. 9(A.
See Adveutislmest of lir. Butts' Dispen
sary, beaded U00K for tho milliou MAI!
BIAGE UU1DE iu another coinuu. It
hould be read by alL
Tbf. Washington Lifa ia one oi
New York G'Bip&nies.
Simple. Cheap and Reliable. Do not buy any other
nntU alter yoo get our Circular and sample Stockinir,
sent free to any address Agents wanted. Apply for
terms to HINKLKY KNITTING MACillNk. CO.,
U V abash Avenne, Chicago, ILL
The attention of Hardirar Dralr: far and Ifonte
Buildm and Oirnen it respectfully invited te the
Patent Never-railing, Self-Locking;
This ia decidedly tbe bent and most important inven
tion of modem times. Its simplicity and wonderful
adaplion fur HOl'SK and CAR W I NUOWs is perfectly
aloitiniiH?; acc)iuplibhing everythimr that can p-wr
sibly lie desired. fnd yet being rnwprr than any other
window fast, tut buuse windows it- du-ponaes with
weiKhts and pulleys, operating equally well on top and
Ixitt'iui sash, ailowiug either to be raued or lowered as
much or little an wished to secure ventilation, anil yet
be Licked secniely at every point, frum the intruder ir
l.urclar, and will never get oil of order. It has the
peculiar element of Ai..y itself in whatever position
you h-ave if. lor steam or horse car windows they are
linished in a variety ot styles, making an elegaut lnii-.li
to the car windows, and tbe only arrangement ever in
troduced that can never fail.
THE HOUSE FASTS FOR HALF. BT ALL HARD
I.ih rnl indurr.mmt In Ayenf. Send for dtncriplirt cir
cular aud pricra, f d"".
Boston . Meiidea Manfg Co ,
1.11 Federal St , Boston ; 77 Chambers St., New York.
WESTERN nitA.NCII OFFICII
InS Uearlmrn St, Chicago, 1IL
P. W. I'I.Ii:l, C.rtn'l Traveling Business Agent.
No one Deed be Out of Kmployuient or With
out a Home. To the Iaboritiff 3IilIion !
1 hoseont of mployment, and those wishing to cban
thtir present hu-int ss, we are prepared to furnish, t
liieirovrn bomen and Ii resides, a liRbt, pleasant, pront
attle aud bonurutile busiuei. ProDsoI tHtberse c:tn
ntj uroin it and realize from h to i" per day. 'Ibe
lusintM ih new. We denire a I: totest tit it buaiues. In
order tnat jr.m uiy do s., we make the following nn
prretli nted oHer: To such an will mnd na thoir
address we will send particular!! of the bunnem and
inlo.-niation instruct inie everyone bow to bttcuiae tbe
ownr of a biiue.
It ytHi preter. upon receipt off Two Dii.larh we will
Mnd you a ftaniple and full inMructions how to carry on
the business, and vou can begin making money at once.
No c-ipital of much amount required. If you wnnt a
H!tt', it you want to make if only, if you want p rout
able employment, address
J. T. KMSS, Box 61, (iiicno. III.
jr VV..,-tlkB A a. v.-.'. '.
Cures Humor t,
Itching: of the Scalp.
And frequently causes New
Hair io j.ow on Bald
SOLD BY DRUGCISTS
And MERCHANTS Everywhere
Price On!! Dollar uer Bottle.
I am selline the celebrated GRF.Y NORWAY OATS.
fRanixdell Ftuckl warranted qnniuc and pnrt. t $n.i
per hu . 'f.;jii imt ball bus., iim per pei-k. Also free
by mail at V5 cents per quart or frfi cenlN perpint. ClT'
cularsfree. Address HKNKY WtMMi,
lot; Maditon street, t'hicaga
ItEFERESrE. Manufacturers' National llank.
fll 1 4 fl How I made it it in 6 mos. with Stencils.
OI.IHU Simples mailed froe. A. J. EMun, A. '.
'or first class nrw 7 Orfftvr PinnoH,
sent on Uiai. U. S- Puso Cm., New l ork
CILN 2312 CURED.
Those havinar friends atr!icted are earnestly solicited
to send for a CIKt'l'LAK LKTrF.K OF KKFK.Kr
KNCKS and TF'STIMONIA Ii. which will convince tbe
most skeptical of the C(7K A HI LIT Y of the OISKASK.
AdOPsa VAil BIKK l.ljl K.K), Al. LI
; Great Jones SL ,N Y. City.
A Musical Box lor Two Dollars,
fBlIIE FRENCH IJREATSENSATION Eight
H select airs, l.mineutly adapted tor tho drawiug
rom table. No. 1, 8 tunes, 42; No. S, It tnnes, ifc;-t - No. 4,
n tune, . sent ny mail on receipt ot price, orders
to the amount of $.areDt C O. 1 one dollar must
acriimnany the order to insure it; the balance i41 to he
paid when roods are received. Send three-cent stamp
lor new illustrated catalogue, witn list ot tunes.
Address BAKKLKYA CO.,
!iti Liberty street New York.
BY SKNOI.MJ S5 XNTS, t
color of eyes and hair, yon will i
Ih age. height.
receive by return
mail, a correct picture of your future husband or wile.
with name and dale of marriage.
Address W. FOX.
P. O. Drawer Nn ft. Fultonville. New York
SHOWS HOW TO DOUBLE THK PROFITS OF
THK FARM, and bow fanners and their sons can
$ioo run rvrorj-Tii
in Winter. lil.KW copies will be mailed free to farmers.
Send name and address to
ZKloLEK. McCUBDY A CO.. Chicago, IU.
AiENTS FOR JTjLJlTi.L3
In lb BoumllrM Hmt and Snnny Sooih.
How, why and where to find them. All abont the won
derful pnigreAs and great resources of the country.
Sew. fresh interesting and popular. Onevoiume. Mue
lllnstrations. 1 rice low. A rare cb.ince to make money.
Send for circular. t'KOFLK'S I'UULISIUNU CO.,
hA State street. Chicago, 11L
8m Fan! Em Starr
run; rptr la lt.li
Baut Inau fa4
Vim Koaia, k mm
t:MI ONE l 1. 1. A It and get the receipt
kf tbe celebrated CK al AL rto. KY.
Will cott yn
but IT cents ner oound. Koual to Dare honer. kvery
l.i. ly should have it. Addreae WHfc.fc.Lfc.rt A CO., box
174 Fau Claire, Wis.
and others interested in
tttrnt tM.it should
address KDSO.V HI.'IK
Patent and Solicitors, i& Sis rH ST.. Wa.su.
ino ms. It. C, for Advice ai.d Circular.
C u'.' oAii,i or "o rn-tnc.
Letter from Hon. I). P. HnLroWAY, late commis
sioner of Patents, dated Washington, March ), i:
I cheerfully commend to all persons who may have
basioews in the Patent Orhce, the firm of hdsoo Km ,
as itentlemen of prompt business habits, and in every
respect worthv of eonudence.
I concur in the above. T. C. TrjEAgER, late Com. Pata.
Responsible parties to take eienm've ooimrie in all the
princiual towns of the Northwest for the McLhAN S
HUOPKR Flmstic Lock "-titch Sewina- Machine. The
Machine is first-class and full sized. $25 cheaper than
any other first-class machine. Persons having from
l to $1,110 capital will tiud this a rare chance. Ter
ritory iriven away. WOODAL, DAWNED A CO.,!fi
Washington street, Chicago.
Isf & .y where yon saw this advertisement.
I A DIES PRIVATE CI ItCTT.A R for tbe most
i usfnl arficies ever invented. C3f Female Agents
wanted everywhere. Address
M'ME DUVAL, P. O. Box 243S, N. Y. City.
CURIOUS HOW STRANGE !
Tbr) Married Ijttlirw' Print tr Compauiou
ontains the desired information. Address
MISS C. HENRY, Hanover. Pa.
AMIOOO and thr Visor of Youth KeMnr
iIJL rd in lour Wrckt. Success g'laranieed.
IK. KH OIIII'S EEM E OK LIKE restores
manly power, from whatever cause artsina-. The effects
early pernicieus habits, self-abuse and climate, give
way at once to this wonderful medicine, if taken regn
Uriy according to directions (which are very simple and
require no restraint from business or pteasurei. Fail
ure is impossible. Sold in bottl.s at or four quan
tities in one tor !!. To be had only of the sole ap
pointed agent in America, HtRMAN GFKI1ZF.V,
IQ.'i Third Avenue. New York.
THE NEW YORK METHODIST
PnhlfcbMi Sfrmonk Sriml Storr for the Familr. a ntw
Children's Story very week, Chau with the Little Folk a.
aiioruus ny tae bent .tieibMiii wriutrsanu otnr
Ftireitea ancf iHimmtic i 4MTespondfTice, full Depart
ments of Kelipious and SecaUr intelligence in nbort,
hatever (pefl to make a comlete t amily Paper. Price,
"i.Sil a y-ar. Ilxsral preaiiuma to caaaAHera Yerly
suhcriptioQA cmiiince at aoy tima. i- or apecimen,
enclose a two cent Mtamp to
THK M KTHOULVr, 114 Naaa St. New York.
A sample sent free, with terms, to clear from f 10 to
$15 per day. Two entirely new articles, aaleable as
N. W. WniTE, Newark, X. J.
A II I F f T,on't fu to na ,or 8tRS- HALL'S
LHUIbU Hook entitled F.UREICA, or a Peep
at Msn Behind the Curtain." Secret, fad and fnn.
Sent postpaid for;) cents by DR. HALL A CO., Box
toil, Portland, Mains.
(fljicago Uitstncss Dircclcnj.
The Jollomng art among tkt prtmiimtU kittling tuai
nut ktmut in their tevrral drpartmnUs:
CAR PET IN CO.
O NICKK1 ON.224 Lalte trwt, Carpetuia.
O. Oil Clothji- i i iliiuiiKS, Wholesale arid Utail.
Ordorv pr. - lllit .l.
L'lail, U. B. ii CO., Ju,ii U Lasr tt, wliou.
1? iesier iu Htraw UtiH, Mi Huery, WLHe
rjoodB, Hrai6r. OJovm and Fancy Gr.olK, Ml asJ 5?
Lto irtn-ot. Chicuro.
PAPER AN - RACS.
LJLFU.H, BUTLEK k Ut., i.-T i.
iapr. Priul( Stock, c Cash paJ-r fc?
Ha.'. al 44 81 ate street, Ch.i-lwo.
HUBBAfiD & CO.. Moijiii,
uurod. Hteel & iron
i wire rope, lai-.uiu h ft oa an.
txciie block, DChors & chatim, 'i7 S. Wtr nt. Ulii.
I WINES AND COROACK.
ILBEHT HUBBABD & CO..cttou A Am
VT twina ail kinds, wool aaKii Bnriap. net A
Kenick, txuta, covors A dua.'J07 H. Vit.,r 8U Chicago.
The Celebrated Pattnt
CRAIG HICHOSCOFE !
In an Optical Wonder: majrnities lO.nm
times; combiner instruction with amuse
ment ; m beautiful iit and one that never
liwe its interest; reveals thn unwn won
dersot creation, siirh as r ls in V inirr.
Animal in Water,! boese Mites,Sut:ftrAnd
Itch Insects, M ilk tMmIo.L'riniir iepue
iLf Kbioil Olohulen, Adulttrti(n in 1 mm1
and lrucsL Aim the 'i'rirhtma SinrtiJi. ut
Worms in Pork. This beautiful and ornamental instru
ment should be on tbe table of every family, physician,
acientuic it.an, student. 4c. Kor sale by bookxeUerH,
lruKKinte, Ac, or sent pt-paid for 4-- IV holcsnle
tortus liberal. Adtlrese the sole proprii't.ir, l.hOitttK
M E A D, 1-ti West Lake street, t hicatk, i U.
Weed Family Favorite
Aaoow perfected. istheBFJST and MOST RF.I.I ABI.K
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For ALL KINns of family work, now in use. It will do a
Lahi.kr ranok of work, aewinar from the lmhtkst
gtmd to theHKAViKsr beaver cloth or leathkii, with
out change of Needles, Thread or Tension. It l airnple
and not liable to (retool of order. It has a straight
needle and makes the Lock Stitch.
Kesponsible Agents wanted in every coonty. A lib
eral discount to the trade, hend for price lixt and
terms to CiKO. C. THUll AS A CO., lil Luke street,
(Jhicaxa, Agents for the Northwest.
THE SOUTHERN FARMER,
$'2.00 per annum. If yon want to buy land or rent
lands, or sell stock, or make yonnelf familiar with the
(treat Southwest, take the Farmer one year. 1' ,00) cir
culation. Address M. W. PHILIPS A Co.,
3U Main streot, .Memphis Tenn.
rpiIIS IS NO Iir.MBri:.-I!y sending Kicents,
M. with ace, height, oc4nr of eyes and hair, yon will
receive, by return mail, a correct picture ot your future
hinhand or wife, with name and date of marriage
Address W. FOX. P. O. Drawer Mo- i-t, Fulionville,
IF yon are in DEHT send 1 to ,1AM KS P. SCOTT.
Liayton. Ohio, and get the best directions ever was.
We do not wish to inform yon. render, that Dr. Won.
derfuL or any other man. has discovered a remedy tbxt
cures Consumption, when the lungs are halt consumed,
in short, will cure sll diseases whether of mind. b.ly or
estate, make men live forever, and leave death to play
for want of work, and is designed tomuke our sublunary
sphere a blissful paradise, to which Heaven itself shall
be but a side show. Yoo nave heard enough of that
kind of humbogery, and we do not wonder that yon hart
by this time become disgusted with it. hut when I
tell you that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in p tnr.lt,
rvr the trnrml eanm ,f Catarrh, I only -assert that which
thousands can testify to. Try it and Too. will lie con
vinced. I will pay Rewakd for a case of Catarrh
that 1 cannot cure.
For Snle by mimt DrngBint Everywhere.
PtH'K ONLY Ut KNTH. Mull, ytnJ paid fnr
Sixty Ccntt- Four Packages for sjiini: or 1 Doron for
"I t"o cent stamp for Ir. Safe's psrri phlet
on Catarrh. Address the Proprietor,
B. V. PKIRCK, M. D.,
llUir.t 1A iw . K
H. H. LEEDS h MINER
II V. II. LEEDS, .Auctioneer,
WILL SF.LL BY
Order of Executrix,
Fine Art GoLLEGT.ofi
Of the Wealthy Bostooion, the Lite
THOMAS THOMPSON, ESQ.,
Monday, 7th day of Tcbraary next
(and continuing nntil the whole collection is
At 11 o'clock A.M. anil 7::i0oV!.w k V. 31
LeedsV Art Galleries
No3. 817 anri 819 Broadway,
Cor. l'ilh Street, . . NEW VOIIK
This extrsordinary collection is the most extensive
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