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GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY
OF THE ACE.
DR. KKNSfil". of Roxbaty. his discovered in
one of oar oomruan pasture weeds a rem 1 f that
cares KVKRY K1MUF Ml'MDK. fn.m the VVOKST
SOKOhVLA dowu toaOOMMON rHMPlj'-
Two bodies are warranted to core a nursing bo re
One or three bottle will core toe wont kind of
pimples on the foa.
Two or three bottle will clear the ay stem of bile.
Twoboule are warranted to care the worst canker
in the stomach.
Three to five bottle are warranted to care the worst
kind of erysipelas.
One or two bottles are warranted to core all h tan or in
the eyes. . , ". , ' --
Two bottles are warranted to car tannine of the
ears and blotches amor- the hair.
. Poor to six bottle are warranted to cn-e eorrapt and
. if teea to twenty bot tie will care scil ernption of
Two or three bottle are warranted to em the worst
kind of ringworm.
Two to three bottle are warranted to cure uie most
desperate ooae ot rheumatism-.
Three or four bottle are warranted to care salt
Five to eight bottle will care the worst case of scrof
ula. One to two bottles are warranted to care the worst
case of dyspepsia. I know from the experience of
thousands that it haa been caused by canker in the
stomach. . .
One to two bottles are warranted to core nek head
ache. -One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a costive
state of the bowels. .
One to two bottles will regulate all derangement of
Four to six bottles bare cured the worst cases of
ne or three bottles hare cured the worst case of
piles; a relief is always experienced ; what a mercy to
get relief frjm such an excruciating disease !
A benefit is alwavs experienced from the first bottle,
end a perfect cure is warranted when the above quan
tity is taken.
No chamce of diet is ever necessary; eat the beet you
can get, and enough of it.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, No. 136
Warren street, Roxbury, Mass.
PRICK fl.50. r or sale by every Drnggist in the
United h La tea and British Provinces.
Mo. 13 -SDHLLBUS
Have prove, irom-t he most ample exyexieaoe, an eot.re
success. Mmple -Prompt Kfhciont. and Keliablc.
They are the onlv Medicines perfectly adapted to popu
lar use so simple that mistakes csnnot be maae in
nsing them ; so harmless as to be free from danger, ana
so efficient as to be always reliible. They have rsisea
the highest commendation from all. and will always
Km. ' ' " 'OOT
1, Cores Fever, Congestion. Icnamntabana. -5
2. " Wo-lilH. Worm ever, WormtxMic
S, 'ryin-t 'olic, or Teething of Infants.
4, " IKarrlisr-a of Children at Adults
5, . DyHeaterv, Griping, Bilious Colic ....
6, " t'bolera-Morbns, x viting
7, " Coatrhs, Colds, Bronchitis
9. I lead ar he. Sick Headache, Vertigo
... " Riiinifs Stomach ....25
1 U, ...T.f..
It Sunnrrwrd or Painful Periods. -
12, " Whites), too profuse Periods. 25
It " CrnaD. Ccturb. TMScnU Breathing -- -2f
u IMirnm. F.rvsioelas. K.ruptions 2J
IS, Kheuuialisin, Rheumatic Pains --;
. T, . . ... ru lv ritk dirtrUoiu. con
jiff tme nt" mc,,. - - ; -- . - .
...... ,f. 1, .if j -i ntth. tor ...
erialt and are text at Qx
marnv prtrr giren belo.
16, - lever and Ague. Chill Fever, Agues .
17, " Piles, Blind or Bleeding
18, " OnthaJ y,and Sore or Weak Eyes. ...
H, " Catarrh, Acuteor Chronic, Influenza,
SO, " Whooping Congh, Violent Cough
. 2L " Asthma, Oppressed Breathing
" ., "' i.'ar ti -hararest. Impaired Hearing..
at " iera)fBla. Enlarged Glands, dwellings... -t:
oj 'nmi nhilitv. Phvsicar'vV'siiJes...S()
r. iwiur. and SeantT Secretions
36, siea-Sicknctw, Sickness from Riding .. Sk
27, " Kittiioy-Diweasr, Gravel .
; ' ' Nervous Debility, Seminal Eni--
. tiibDH, Involuntary XMscharge - -
39, Sre Month, Canker , t'
i - I't-inm-v UrBknmf. Wetting Bed ...rtC
3l'. " Pain! ml Teriods, with Spasm. ."-
3X " Sutler inns at cbangeot life.. ..iwt
SS. - " EiiIetKy, Spisms. St. Vifos' Dance 1 'C
" Diptheria, Ulcerated S ee Throat. f.
- FAMILY C-ISES. .
f to KO large vial;, moroeee) or ree
M)d raws eontniuiiia a wperibe lor
rverv wnliiiary disease a tannly is
eu'ujeet to, and books ol dueeuons-. ...
from 10 to .
.Snialler I aniilv and Traveling cases, with 20
to2S vils.....: trom S-lteSi
' Specifics for all lTivate li;emjtes. both for
I nrins and f..r J'reeutive treatment, in
vials and pocket cases iron? iS'-i to ?V
-i POND'S EXTRACT, ' !'
Cares Horns, Bruises, T-anrenews tSorenew
S, Throat, sprains. Tool baelie, iajraetai.
' Netiralaia, UluJUiiiaiiMii, I.iiniltHatn, 1 lies,
Ititils, stiucs, iHre i;ves lleedfic of the
l.tiiiirs, N ', MoinKiCli, or ot Piles, Loros.
I leers, H4 Sires.
Pr're, 6 oz, 50 cent? ". SlOO; Quarts.
rr These Remedies, except PpTO"S EXTB ACV.
bythecaseor single box. are sentte any part of the
conafry. by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the price. .".-
atx u. vizus must bk jiDDnesrea .
. I lomoropjuliie Mediciae Company
OCce and Depot, No. a62 BuOadwax, Kew York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Wholesale Aan.TR. F Bomhr tk-Son. Horlbort
k Edbail. Van&chaaik, Stevenr-on w Rtfio. Chicairo,
111. : Jenks A Gordon, St. PauL Minn ; B, Weolier
A Graham, St. Louis, Mo.; Farrai.d, Sheiey fc Co.,
r r t t.f.
Time Tests the Merits c fall Things
FOR THIRTY YEARS !
Perry Davis' Pain RiUer
Has been tested in every variety of climate, and
:v almost every nation known to American. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable fnend of
tbo missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and
.. nj one shonld travel on our LAiiKS OR RIVKRS
WITHOUT IT. -
Pa.Ln Killer wa-th First and is the
Onlj Permanent Pain Reliever.
Sinoe ths PAIN KILLER was first introduced, and
met with each unsurpassed rale, many Liniments,
RtUF.ru, Pakackas, and other Remedies have been
otiered to the pablic, but none of them have attained
the truly k viable aTANDDia of the PALN KILLER.
WHY IS TUTS SO ?
It is because DAVIS1 PAIN gn.t.FR u what it
claims to be, s Reliever of Pain.'
ITS r.-ERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If you are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, tv,'y
to fAtf-fv drop m d hr.'U waur will almost instantly core
you. There a nothing to equal it. In a few momenta
it cures (lilies. Cramps, Spasms, Heartoum, Diarrhea.
Dysentery. Flux, Wind in the Bowela, bour Stomach.
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache.
In sections of the country where FEVER AND
AG UK prevails there is no remedy held in greater
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
few drops in water will prevent sickness or bowel
troubles from change ef water.
In foreign countries the calls for PAIN KILLER are
greaU It is found to
Cure Cholera when all other
WHEN USED EXTERNALLY. AS A LINIMENT,
nothing gives quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Braises,
Sprains, Stingsof Insects, Scalds It removes the fire,
and the wound heals like ordinary sores. Those suffer
ing with RHKUMATI.'SM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA,
if not s positive cure, they find the PAIN KILLER
gives them relief when ne other remedy will. It
Gives Insiant Relief frcm Aching Teeth
From 1MU, to this day, 1878, (thirty years.) PERRY
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER has had no Rival !
Etry HoMt-kftr tJvmtd fop u at hamtt, to apply it on
" the first attack of any Pain It will give satisfactory
relief, and save hours of suffering.
Ik not trifle with yourselves by testing untried rerne
edies. Be sore you call fer, and get the genuine PA IN
KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are attempted
tn be solvf on the great reputation of this valuable med
icine. Hf- Directions accompany each bottle.
Price 26 cts., 9U eta., and $1 per Bottle.
J. N. HARRIS ft (X)., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietor
for the Southern and Western States.
tar- For Sale by all Medicine Dealers.
I Sold ,at Milwaukee by B. Bosworth A Sons,
Greene A Bctton, Rice A Risiso. Drake Bhos.,
Dohmen. Schmidt A Co.. and all Milwaukee Drug
gists. ' The Life Sustaining Principle.
The vital and the muscular systems are entirely dis
tinct from each other. A man may have the brawn of
a Hercules, but if he is deficient in vital energy he will
not wear as well, or last as long or be as healthy and
happy while he does last, as s man of ordinary or even
slender build, who possesses a larger share of this
animated principle. One of the greatest recommenda
tions of that pure vegetable invigorant, Hostetter1
Stomach Bitters, is tnat it inerd&ses the vital force of
the system. No medic ne can doable the volume of a
man's muscle, or thicken and vulcanize his thews and
sinews ; but Haste tier's Bitters has an effect mnch more
important. Its use promotss constitutional vigor. It
reinforces the life power, of which bone and sinew and
muscle are merely the instruments, ho'ding the same
relation to it that machiner does to eteam. Let the
slight and apparent!) fragile take heart, they may
have, mof e stamina, though far less physical strength,
. than the broad shouldered athletes they regard with
envy. To restore, to sustain, to increase this stamina
principle, which, when in full supply, is the source of
llesltb, and the best guarantee of longevity, is a special
property ofthe famous (restorative. It is not only a
specific for dypepsia, billionsness. intermittent fevers.
constipation, Ac, and a preventative of all diseases of
a ma'arioB character, but the best of x II medicines for
srtengthening the constitution snd awakening the
Power of nature from whatever cause tbey may have
Itch I Itch I i Itch ! I S
( 'WATCH SCKATt'II ! SCRATCH ' .
In from loto 4 hours
Cures The Itch.
. Cures Salt Klienxn.
Cures Tef lr.
Cures KurtM-nt' Ilea.
Cures Old !Sres.
Curec etenr A-isd of humor H
' Price, 50c a box; bymaiLSOe
Address WEEKS POTTEB, 170 Washington St,
Vox saie di ail Orugrists. esioa.Maa
Sir Jamc3 Clarke's Female Pill?,
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which ths
female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
ceases and remove all obstructions, from whatever cause.
TO .MARRIED LADIES
They pre particularly suited. They will in s short time
tiring on the monthly period with regularity: and
although very powerful, contain nothing hurtful to the
constitution. In mil oases of fxervousvand spinal Affec
tions. Pains in the back anfi XJrooa, ranrueon aught
exertion. Palpitation nt the Heart, Hysterica and
Whites, they will effect a cure when all other means
have The pamphlet aroowi eaon package has
full directions sua sance. or win ne sent tree to all
writing for it, sealed from observation.
Jab Mnr &r Jam CtaCA Frmalr PilU ere ezfavively
OorTVTF KFTlTF.D. The umuinrhax Ihe name of "Job
MOSXS" nm rttrh packatt'. A U other art worthies.
ji. B. In all cases where the Gknittnk can net be
obtained, One Dollar, wttb fifteen ont for nonage,
enclosed to the sole proprietor, JOB MOSHS, leCort
landt street. New York, will insure a Wit In of the "oemm.
iftf, containing Fifty Pills, ly return mail, ermreJy aeaiW
from any knowledge of its contents.
A FOUR-CORNERED SHIP.
Something New in Naval Architecture.
From the London News, June 26th.
A party of gentlemen rtmniDg down to
Gray's SUtion yesterilay, to inRpect a new
model floating on toe I names, were lor
some time nnable to convey to the railroad
porter an idea which would si rve him to
guide the excureiouist8 to the spot they
sought ' The chief of the party explained
tUe kiud of craft whose whereabouts he
wished to find, and the man, brightening
np, hit at last in the expression, "Oh, it's
tliat fonr-cornered thing, is it?"
This novel invention we will attempt to
describe, leaving the reader to form bis
own opinion as to it merits. The inven
tion, being to a gre.it extent an innovation,
and so far, m the eyes of man?, revolution
ary, wilLbft plentifully assailed nd dis
cussed ; and all we propose is to provide the
materials lor the cheerful occupation of
assault, if need be, 'nd discussion.
Captain John Moody is an old sailor who
has been connected with some of our lead-'
ing steam services, and h has in his retire
ment conceived, and at his own cost pro
duced, this iaiodeVwhich many distinguish
ed naval anthHortiea have : prenounced a
wonderful and invaluable, thing. He
broached his scheme belore the Inventors
Institute, of which he is a member, stating
that the breakdown of the Atlantic Cable
first set him thinking, the upshot ot his
thought being the conviction that floating
telegraph ships would be necessary in
order to insure perfect telegraphic com
mnHication between ocean-parted countries.
Practically, by means of his ships, he
would divide a cable into short lengths
a plan which he contends would lessen the
diameter and weight of the cable, and
therefore redmce it? cost as well as the ex
penses of laying. The cable would be
sunk from the centre of the floating sta
tion, where the injurious effects of oscilla
tion and friction would be reduced to a
minimum. Here, of course, arises the es
sential question as to the safety of the cu
rious btrncture. In answer to this the
inventor says his vessel can be moored and
abide in the most tumultuous of seas. The
fonr equal projections or rays proceed from
a circular deck in the centre, which Is pro
tected by iron bulwarks sloping outwards.
By means of cleariLg valves and water tight
compartments her buoyancy is said to be a
certainty, and her capsizing or sinking an
utter impossibility. The vessel is con
structed to deflect the waves as they
strike, and the casting out of fonr anchors
is relied upon as holding ht r again -t the
worst tempest. A small model (12 feet from
ray to ray) was placed at Southend last
year, and Lloyd's agent there report, d that
it rode out a heavy storm and tremendous
sea without shipping & pint of water, al
though it was fastened only by a very smaU
piece of fisbermans bass. One of the party
yesterday was a merchant captain of long
experience, and he, though at first predju
.lict d against the vessel, bore testimony:
This thing would ride safely when
everything else I have seen would
finniler." The mo.kl off Grays is
30 feet from ray to ray. There,- is a
light and nnnsnally airy cabin below, 20 ft.
in diameter. The vessel draws but twelve
inches of -water, ud if sha were made 8a
ft. frrni;ray to ray, which the inventor con
eiders would be the proper dimensions for
a full-sized te'eguaph station, the draught
onJd be only 2 J ft. The strange boat sail
ed well, being fitted with a sliding'fceej and
rudder, answered its helm with perfection,
gave comparatively little motion in a swell,
acd stayed andwearedas the helmsman re
quired. The breeze, it should be added,
was very light, Lut the skipper Mated that
the capacities ot the craft would bo still
better brought out in a stiff wind.
The principle once admitted, there is
hardly a limit to its application. Capt.
Moody's scheme includes: First Floating
batteries for harbors, livers, and roadsteds,
and other situations where they may aid
established fort. . This was proposed be
fore the United States Service Institution
two years ago. Second A mid-ocean
floating station, where &hips could call,
and masters communicate with their own
ers, using it as postoffice, or storehouse,
or rendezvous for aid of various kinds,
including life boats built on the
same principle as the station itself. Third
A lighthouse fixed upon a tower, mast,
or tripod, raised from the centre of gravi
ty, which the inventor declares he can car
ry from 60 to 100 feet high without detri
ment to the telegraphing department.
These are the n.-vel ideas which Captain
Meody. at great jiersonal expense, has em
bodied in his ftoatrng-telegraph station is
the Thames. He invites inspection and
judgment according to strict deserts only,
and Is about to make a long veyage to
prove his faith in the invention. The ves
sel is not by an jmeans ungraceful in appearance.
Many of the notions expressed with re
spect to the fiture of the Chinaman in
America have evidently been predicated
upon a belief tlai he is very different from
the rest ot Lumanity. It is quite possible
that writers on tho subject may have con
structed the Chinaman, whose coming they
so much dread, out of their inner conscious
ness. At all events, many facts have been
brought out by the discussion tending to
show that he is apt to be actuated, in sim
ilar circumstances, by mnch the same
motives and in much the same way as
other people. "RusselL" now traveling in
China, writes to the Boston Journal that
there is a marked difference lietween the
Chinese who have never been abroad and
those who have returned from California.
The former are obsequious - almost slavish
in their deference toth to uative officials
and to foreign residents. The latter ,are
noted for their insolence, their swaggering
ways, and proud defiance of commands
which they may deem unreasonable. " fle
adds that they not only chafe under tyran
ny themselves, but are teaching the natives
the first lesson of republicanism; and he
thinks that the spread of such ideas in
China may yet nive rise to a rtbellion more
formidable than any that Prince Kung has
yet encountered. This so uds like what
might be natn rally expected. It would be
much stranger it contact with American
institutions should fail to V:!jfcricanize"
Chinamen than that people who prophecy
to the contrary t-lion Id be totally mistaken.
SixGrLAB Feeak f a Cat. A gentle
man fronilluMt connty, Indiana, related to
us this morniu a most singular circuru-stance-that
of the adoption, by a female
member ol the feline race, and the guard'
ing with maternal care equal to that of her
own young, of a half-grown representative
ot tiie rouent mammal ot the genus mus.
Tom Foster, of Eushville, is proprietor of a
grocery store, and owner of a cat Tbe
cat had become the mother ot a fine litter
of kittens, but misfortune overshadowed
them, and all but two had died. One day
her catship.was seen to be making arrange
ments to remove tne remainder of her httle
family from the cellar where they were
born to the store room above, and here the
discovery was made that she had taken a
half-grown rat irto fall membership with
her family, bringing it from the cellar and
placing it in the nest with her little ones.
and caring for and nursing it with the same
attention uh ahe did her own yonng.
More Testimony. We take pleasure this
week in calling the attention of our leaders
to the advertisement of "Hoofland'a German
Bitters, " It is the only Tume for the invalid
that commends itself. Our Druggist, IS. Van
WascRen, in thw village has sofd two grous
the past six months, and in every instance it
trave BatipfiCtion. Now is the time to nee the
Bitters. Hoofland'a Bitters is entirely free
romalcobolic admixture. Times, NewPoltz,
- Hoon-AXD'a German Tonio is a combina
tion ol all the iugrertienta of the Bitters, with
pure Santa Cruz Bum, orange, anise, Ac.
making a preparation of rare medical valne!
The Tonic is used for the tame diseases aa
the Bitters, in cases where some Alcoholic
Stimulus is necessary.
A London "Garden Party."
From the New York Evening Port.
Our London correspondent sends the fol
lowing account of what is called, in Eng
lish society, a "garden party, recently
given at Holland House:
Garden parties are all the rage in Lon
don just now. The Prince of Wales has
taken the beautiful villa formerly the prop
erty of the late Duke of Devonshire, at
Chiswick, and has been giving a series of
entertainments bf this description. Lady
Holland has also begnn similar festivities
at her famous mansion at Kensington,
which has for nearly two centuries been
the scene of some of the most brilliant so
cial reunions in Europe.
The first of a series of four took place on
the 7th instant, when seven hundred
guests, including the cream of intellectual,
political, and 'fashionable London assem
bled to enjoy a perfect summer afternoon
beneath the cacars where Addison and
Macaulay loved to hold forth.
There' is really nothing in the London
season better worth the seeing than "a
breakfast," as some old-fashioned folks still
term such a party, at Holland House. Sud
denly turning out of an ugly street lined
with grimy houses you find yourself driv
ing np a noble avenue of elms,- and pres
ently "the mansion itself, which is un
questionably "vast and venerable," stands
out before you, a monument of a stately
Entering a spacious court-yard, the guest
presently passes into a stately vestibule,
and finds himself in the presence of the
mistress of the mansion, who receives with
an ease and grace rarely attained by Eng
lish ladies, unless they have had the bene
fit of being in continental society. Pro
ceeding onward, to make way for the re
ception of some new arrival, the visitor
finds himself at the great garden entrance,
where he is delighted with- an expanse of
velvet lawn, such as we seldom see out of
the British Isles, adorned with majestic ce
dars, i -
This, in the earlier part of tie afternoon
is the reuferTX)u,'and here, seated or stand
ing ia brilliant groups, are to be seen the
finest ladies and gentlemen in London in
their bravest attire for every one is "in
full feather" on these occasions.
After the first , hour the visitors begin to
saunter through the flower garden, gay
with the exquisitely kept parterres, toward
another lawn beside a great orangery. Here
are hundreds of seats, while in the orange
ry yon find ices and confectionery, npon
which all the skill and science of an Italian
confectioner has been exhausted. If we
take a glance around we shall see many
men and women whose names are familiar
to n The short, keen-looking man,, who
is just sipping a diminutive glassful of
champagne, is Mr. Hay ward, of the Quar
terly Review, who Wrote "Tha Art of Din
ing," and is as critical about matters gas
tronomic as about matters literary; present
ly you will see him talking to Lady Clan
ricarde, one of the ablest women in London,
only daughter of the celebrated George
A brilliantly attired young lady, whose
appearance strikes yon as "out of com
mon," is Lady Diana Beanclerk, who has
NellGwynne's blood in her veins, for she
is sister of the Duke of St Albans. Just
beside her is Lady Mayo, wife of the popu
lar Viceroy of India, who is spending her
summer in England instead of undergoing
the sweltering heat of Bengal.
"How do you do, Mr. Lowe," says some
body by w, and the Bight Hon. Chancel
lor of the Exchecqner winks and blushes,
for his eyes do not take kindly to the rays
of the sun, as he turns to reply to his ac
coster. That is Mr. Delane, the editor of the
Times, who is talking so confidentially to a
Duchess, and that little man with so ani
mated a manner is Count Strzelecki, who
has had an extraordinary experience of life
from Australia to Ireland, for he was one of
the pioneers in Australian gold-finding,
and a foremost relief distributor amid the
horrors of the Irish famine in 1847. He is
a famous diner-out, and has the enireo in
numberless good houses. Yet the Count's
early antecedents are mnch of a mystery.
There is a grand muster of the Corps Di
plomatique; yonder is Madame d'Apponsi,
the wife of the Austrian Minister, who,
true to the traditions of the vicil cour of
Vienna, gives the eelectest of select
balls. Mr. Motley is talking to a
savant, and his daughter, Mrs.
Ives, whom Englishmen admire so much,
is chatting with a .German diplomatist in
his own language, which she speaks very
What is tbe future fate of this grand old
place, whose associations are perhaps rich
er than any mansion in the county of Mid
dlesex? Lord Macaulay wrote of it thirty
"The wonderful city which, ancient and
gigantic aa it is, still continues to grow as
fast as a young town of logwood by a water
privilege in Michigan. May iron displace
those turrets and gardens which are asso
ciated with so much that is interesting and
noble, with the courtly magnificence ol
Rich; with the loves of Ormond; with the
conneils of Cromwell; with the death of
Addison. The time is coming when, per
haps, a few old men, the last survivors of
our generation, and ' in vain seek amidst
new streets and squares and railway sta
tions for the site of that dwelling which
was in their youth the favorite resort of
wits and beauties, of painters and poets, of
scholars, philosophers, and statesmen."
Happily there seems at present no cause
to apprehend its destruction. Lady Hol
land, widow of the last Lord the title is
extinct who bequeathed it to her absolute
ly, has a thorough appreciation of the
charge entrusted to her, and is in every
way qualified to sustain the social reputa
tion of her famous house. Rumor and
speculation are rife about who shall inherit
it from her; but report favors a young
Whig Marquis oi high character, who
bears a name intimately connected for the
last half century with Holland House, and
whose grandfather was almost as notable
for his graceful hospitalities as the late
Lord Holland the Marquis of Lansdowne.
A Raising Without Whiskt. In theory
most people admit that whisky is an un
necessary adjunet to labor, yet, when em-
E loving laborers, are too apt to encourage
ad habits by supplying it to expedite the
work when more than usually severe. It
results that in certain sections in the conn
try laborers expect invariably that, just be
fore the climax of a "big job," they are to
be treated.. Mrs. Arnold is a widow in Ma
lone. N. Y., who tills her farm with
her own hands, whose barn i was
accidentally burned, and who,
last week, proposed to have a new one
built. In consequence of the advice of a
friend, she varied from the usual custom.
Sire supplied coffee, tea and good eatables
to the laborers, who were to raise the
frame, but no whisky; the conueqnence of
which was that the men refused to go on
with the "raising." The circumstance was
mentioned in three of tho local churches
on Sunday. Fifty men, women aud boys
visitea tne wiaow on Monday; ministers
and farmers became carpenters for the oc
casion. Within a few hours the barn was
complete, double-boarded all around, and
roofed in. It is needless to say that that
working party required neither whisky nor
h.vebt person suouia cultivate a nice
sense of honor. In a hundred different
ways, this most fitting adjunct of the true
lady or gentleman is often tried. For in
stance, one is a guest of a family where.
perhaps, the domestic machiuery does not
run smoothly. There is a sorrow in the
house unsuspected by the outer world.
Sometimes it is a dissipated son. whose
Conduct is a shame and grief to his pa
rents; sometimes a relative whose eccen
tricities and peculiarities are a cloud on
the home. Or, worst of all, husband and
wife may not be in accord, and there
may be often bitter words spo
ken, and harsh recriminations. In
any of these cases the guest is in honor
bound to be blind and deaf, so far as peo
ple are concerned. If a gentle word with
in can do any good, it may well be Baid:
but to go forth and reveal the shadow of
an unhappy secret to any one, even your
nearest friend, is an act of indelicacy and
meanness almost unparalled. Once in the
sacred precincU of any home, admitted to
its privacy, sharing its life all that yon see
and hear is a sacred trust It ia as really
contemptible to gossip of such things as it
would be to steal the silver or borrow the
books and forget to return them home.
Twenty-fit k years ago Saratoga was a
small village with a dozen hotels. Now it
is a town of 10, 000 inhabitants, with thirty
hotels and as many more boarding houses.
Then a private carriage was quite a novel
ty; now Broadway is ablaze with splendid
turnouts ana snowy liveries.
Steam omnibuses in Montreal are huo-
Happiness in the Hay-Field.
In most other kinds of farm labor there
is something disagreeable. Plowing
when occasionally, failing to turn the sod.
one gets on his knees, and lifts with his
hands and arms what the plow failed to
do, that the furrow may be open for the
next slice is sure to dirty one's hands.
and bend unpleasantly one'a back, if it
does not (figuratively speaking) break it
Then, in planting, one always gets his
shoes fall of dirt.and whole boots (especial
ly tor boys) are tne exception, not the
rule. Later in the year, when hoeing comes
as the New En glanders call the manipu
lation they give the earth in the potato aad
corn fields working where the thermome
ter marks at least 130 , with the soil un
der one's feet in a condition to roast eggs
in from three to five minutesr stooping at
the hills to pull weeds,or lessen the number
of stalks -giving the sun meanwhile a
good, square chance at one's back is not
an occupation so unspeakably desirable as
some amateurs might imagine.
But when July comes, and farewells have
been spoken to the corn and potatoes, the
scythes ground, the mowing machine pnt
in order, and all else in readiness for effec
tive work, there is something about the
clean earth on which one treads, .and the
fragrance of blossoms, and the new mown
grass, that enthralls one, and makes every
enthusiastic tiller of the soil unspeakably
glad in his joyous and delightful work.
All this in general. Let us come down
to particulars. The work of haying can be
made especially pleasant:
Fibst. By beginning early. There is a
joy in working when your labor produces
the best .and highest results. There is a
comfort in cutting froish grass and curing
it for yonr cows in finch' a way as will
bring to them the' most . satisfaction and
the most good that is never found . in
mowing dead-ripe stalks that they would
not touch when green, and only will to
prevent starvation when gathered into the
barn. Besides, if you are driven by your
work perplexed as to which field to cut
first when all are waiting and wasting all
the delights of the season vanish.
Second. PUn beforehand. Each day's
work should have the distinctness of a
campaign in the. director's mind when the
morning .oomes. , Itid .generally best to
settle "the prominent points the night be
fore, and when once decided upon, all
vacillation or change is lor the worse.
..Thiei). Insist vpon promptness. Mako
each man do his work in the time speci
fied, and at the time specified. An hour's
delay will sometimes disarrange a whole
week. It is like a ' battalion in an army
failing to put in an appearance when or
dered. ' ". -
Fourth. Never leave till to-morrow xclial
cw be donetotay. If yon have an hour at
night, grind the scythes then, and not wait
till morning.. . If you have a load of hay in
the wagon at six o'clock in the afternoon,
pitch it ofl then, and not wait till the mor
row. If there is a cloudy day, mow uneven
places with a scythe, and not wait for sun
shine yoa will be needed elsewhere then;
and thus, in every department keeping
yourself master of the- situation driving
the work instead of the work driving yen.
.By so doing, the pleasure that naturally
comes of the season and of the business
will be doubled, and instead of discomfort
and distraction, tnere will be joy of what
you are doing and in what you do. Hearth
and Home: ' :-.
An Interesting Discovery in AixLa-
During the operations consequent on the
undertaking of the restoration of the Cathe
dral of Aix-la-Cbapelle, the ioundation
stone was accidentally lighted upon, and
upon lifting this a chest was discovered,
wherein the most' interesting documents
were found, which had been placed there
on the foundation of the cathedral or chap
el by the Emperor Charlemagne. Accord'
ing to this, it appears with certainty. that
the name of Aachen "(the German name for
Aix-la Chatellei is" of Dure German origin.
and not, as has hitfferto been credited, de
rived from the Roman aqua, or eyon from"
the Roman- name Jluisgranum. In this
document ' it - is precisely stfcted: "This
place shall be called Aachen." At the same
time, the history, written on parcbm nt
and, in monks letters, is related in the fol
lowing manner: In the year of our Lord
768, the heir apparent to tbe French t hi one,
the sou of Charlemagne, who was but three
years" of age, suddenly vanished from the
courtyard ofthe then hunting cfuitle; where
he had been playing. After -the child had
been sought for in vain within the walls,
the King sent his men in all directions
through the forests, but all to no pnrijose.
The servants of the King" returned one
after mother without having found any
trace of the child. The sorrow of the
parents, as well as of tho. whole of the
courtiers, was very treat, since the child
seemed to be irrevocably lost As
however, the last troop of searchers made
their way through a thicket in the depth
of the forest and came to a clear place,
they discovered infallible traces of a human
being (in the original the expression is
somewhat more drastic). "Hallo !" cried
the searchers, "here the youngster must
be. ' They thereqpou searched every bush
and thicket in the neighborhood, and "be
hold 1" aays the chronicle, "there under a
wild rose bush lay the child in a sweet
slumber." The tappy finders now, half
drunk with joy, hastened to the castle and
laid the young Prince at the feet of the
King. Highly 'rejoiced, he caused the
wonderful manner of his finding to be re
lated, and then resolved to go on the
next day to the place where the rose
bush was and see the traces
by which he was found for him
self. Early next morning the Emperor,
with a great number of knights and gen
tlemen, besides his counsellors, Alcmmv-s,
Paulus, Diacorus and Equihard, proceeded
to the place. They fonnd the trices, and
made a circle around them, in the middle
of which stood the King. He then de
clared that he would build a chapel on this
spot, and that it should forever bear the
name of Aachen, in .honor of this discov
ery. In order, however, that no part of
this wonder might be forgotten, there-
stored son, who hitherto had been called
Carlmann, should bear the name of Pepin
He next alloted the rose busn for the gar
den of the royal mother; but after his and
his wife's demise his sons were to give
it a consecrated place where it
should grow and blocm through thousands
of years. Hildesheim is the place where
Louis the Pious, ths only reinainiug son,
planted the rose on the ioundation of the
cathedral. Qiarlemagn invested Aachen
(Aix-la-Chnpelle) with extraordinary privi
leges. Its citizens were iu the whole em
pire free from personal and military ser
vice, imprisonment and tribute. Aix-la-Chapelle
also possessed the right oi asy
lum; its air made all -uen free, even those
Who were under the ban of the empire. All
competent judges.. who hav-a-read ttia doc
ument are convinced of its genuineness.
Frankfort Correspondenc Cltitg Rep.
The wives of men ot sentiment are not
always, the most appreciative of women.
Jean Paul represents Siebenkas as reading
one of his beautiful imaginings to his wife,
who listened with eyelids cat " down ard
bated breath. As ne closed, the sharer ol
his joys beamed forth with, "Don't pnt ol
your lt-ft stocking to-morrow, dear; 1 musi
mend that hole in. it." So when Sir Waltes
and Lady Scott were rambling about theij
estate, ana came upon some playful lumb
friskingina meadow, "Ah." said Sir Walter
" 'tis no wonder that poets, from the earlt
iet ages, hnve made the larub the emblem
of peace and-innocence." TlM-yare in
deed delightful animals," answered ber
ladyship, "especially with mint sauce. '
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contractor, and held him as hostage. He
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Diaeaaea of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and
Bladder 1 these Bitters have been most .ucotss.
fuL tu-h Diiwaites arc caused by Vitiated
Blood ,w!iich Is generally pfodacedby doracjjement
of the l)i treat ive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA Olt IX DIGESTION, Head
ache. Pain In the Shouldere.Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Soar Eructation, of the Storaacli,'
Bad taste ia the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflarr.nintionot the Lunr3,Paln in tho
regions of tire Kidney . and a hundred other painful
ry ptoms, ore the offsprings of Dvupepsia.
. They invigorate the stomach, and stimulate the tor-
pidUrerand bowels, whicl ronCcr them ofnncqnalled-
afficacyiaeleanslngtlio b. mh! or ainn: parities, and
imparting new life an J vi,r.. to tt:- while system.
Bhaem,Blntclies, Spots, raiipks, "uitules.Bolls.Car-
buncles,rjtiK-AVoriiis,Sca!.lH. a-l",?i.rc Eyes, Erysip
elas, Itch, Scurf, IMsrolorations of tbeSiln, Unraors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature.
are literally lt;n; and carried 0'.u,cf ti:e system in a
short time by the use of these PittiTs. One hoc: It to
snch ease3 will convince Ciraictr3credulons -fihcir
Cleanse the YitiuU-d Iilood whenever yon Bnd its
Imparities bursting tltronh the skiuinPimples.Krup-
tions or isores ; rteairi'irtt when yon And It obstructed
-and aln-'ii-n in the. -ju!.--claa;;sc it when It is for.!
and yonr CeciiM-s v.V. t.r.yim when. KecptlieMnrd
pore and the health thv srstern w-:!l fclhiw.
PIX.TAPE andatln r-WOliMS,, 'urkiuu in tin
system of s.ima:iy tiro-isiiri.'.s.arectTuctnally ilefroy.
ed and removed. Forf.iUdircctjoiui, read. carciuTy
tbe circular aronnd each bottle, printed in four l:i:i
gnace's Knrli'li, Geraiaii, French and Spanisli.
J.TiTALKER,rr6prietor. II. McDOXALD t C
DrUKKfet and Oen. Ajjeoils, San Francisc". C-.0-,
and 32 and 31 Commerce Street, New Tort.'
irsoi'u i;v ' .v.s. or: ;TAM dealers
CORNS AND BUNIONS
Dr. Cook's Infallible Core, wrthont pain or nse of
knits. Pries aU csnta. Sold averywhsre. Wholesale,
M tiroadwav. N T. Address letters A. HAVKNS,
r. u. Bos jm. y.
PP. : .SING'3 VTNEGAIi.
Warranted pnrs, nalatabla. and to preserve Dickies
Kir J Premium swarded at the U. S. (aa-, tbe Illinois
State r air, snd Chicago City rair. I jtf - f sr Worit in
the Cnited Ststen Kmanhehed 1M CHAS. U K
PKUSSLM., and :t-t I (Stale street, Chicago.
Ilorare Waters, 4 Ml Krsadway, . YA"i
WiJl dispose of OXK HUXDRKD PIANOS, MELO
DKONS. snd OR; ANSof six first-class makers, includ
ing. Chickens ffc Son's. AT EIIMF.XFXT LOW PtUCK 9
ro csh. ri hpi i his month, or will toks fro 95 to
-5 montbli onUI paid. r
Weed Family Favorite
Mannfacraresl Dy tne weea rv -vi. i o., aininni. i.,
as now perf ected, is tba BKT aad MOST RKL1ABLK
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For all ariTDS of family work, now in nse. It will do a
IKEB BASOB of work, sewtac from the Ui.Btksi
mrm tn the HTTAVirST BF.IVF.B cloth or LEATHKK. With.
oat chanare of 'eedles. Thread or Tension. It is simple
and not liable to iret oat of order. It bass strautht
needle snd makes the Lock Stitch. Responsible Acent
nfinmnnoiiti. A liberal diseoont to the tmde.
Send for pnee ust and terms to GKO. O. THOMAS,
IH1 Lake St., Chicaa-o. A-ent for tha Nortawsst. Say
where you saw thia advertisement.
Th is NO PATENT M EDICIN K HUMBUO. (rotten
p to dope the ignorant and crednloos, nor is it repre
seated as being ''cemuosed of rare and precious sub
stances broairht from tbe fonr corners of the earth,
carried seven times across tbe t hreat Desert of Sabm-ah
on the backs of fourteen camels, and brooicht acn ss
tre Atlantic ocean on two snips. It is a mpi'. miit.
' rmdv. a perf tt periic for CTA!tia and
"Colo in thr HTad," also for off ensiva Kren'b. Ixma
or impairment of 4 sense oi Smell, Taata or Heannr,
Watenn- or Weak Kye Fain or Pressors in tbe Heail.
when caused, ss tbey all not nnfreqnently are, by ths
violence of Catarrh. - j - -
l oder, in good faith, a atandinc Reward of &M) lot
a caae of Catarrh that I cannot cure' - ; -.','' ' ,
For Sale by meet Irraa cists Everywhere.
Piurr iJFiT9. - . J :
Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of Sixtx Civrs.
Fear psckajies for or l doren for .5m. -
SefMl a two sent stamp tor it. oage s Dampuieu ,o
A v tin? se us r-ropnetor,
it. V. F1KRCK. M. !., BottaIO, 5. Y.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
Ina. . (Cores Colic and Gripina in
Vhilconiba the Bowel-, and facibtates,
."yrui, tha process of Teethinir, )
Mrw. (Snbdnes Conm sions snd
Whilromb'a overc ornee sll diseases inci-f
, ru p. - deaittiiataataamichiiuren)
Mra. ' Cnres Iiiarrhea, OysenteryJ
WTiilranib'a and Snmsft (ompiaiDt inj
Mruu. fvniiaren oi au a .
It is the Great Infant'sand Ch i Wren's Soot hln Rem
edy in all disorders broatfbl on uy aeeuunc or any
otnereanse. u K
1iL-lx. MK ISold by all lhngaists and Ueaiers in weoi-
rreparea ny xne t-n-.v ,iri'iui.ii,'.,.-i.
A Book of y closely printed patres, lately iimed.
contains a list of the best American Advartising" Merti
ams, aivmic the names, circulations, and fult particor
lars concerning toe leading Daily and Weekly Political
and r amily Newapapers, toKetberwi h all thoeo having
Urge circu.ations, published in the interest of Heligioo,
AKricnlture, Literatnra, Ao.. Aa. livery -Advertiser,
and every Dttrson vrho conteruplates becoming such,
will find this book of great value. Mailed tree to any
addre-s on reeeiot of bfteen aeats. 4t-.0. P.
KOW r I.I. aV 1 1 Publishers, No. -s) Park Row,
the Pillabnrg (Pa.) Lta-ler in its issue of May 2
ISTil, asrs: "rha tirm t.f H. P. Kosrell A Co., which
issnaa this interesting aad valuable book, ia the largest
aad best Advertising Agency in the United States, and
we can cheerf ally recommend it to the attention of times
who desire to advertise la air business M-ientilirally
and ny-lenialirally in snch a way; that -is. so to
seenre tba largest amount oi publicity for the least
aipenditara of money."
600 Aries. 19th Yrar .10 ;rrrhaaea.
r'ruit snd Ornamental Trees, Norse Stock. Kver-green-s
Hootsralts, Hedga Plants, Tohps, llaotntbs,
Crrcus, Lilies, Colored rruitand Flower Plates. All
at V holes a and KetaU. Send IU eta. fer Catalogr ie.
i. K. PUUlLX, BloomingtonTlU.
ARE THEY? 55
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a s a jfY. rvf- -y. r;
o a f a--; -r- . 2. " 2
' N . jstr ,',1.:tTU.W--i-i.' :
in use. Sold by a'. Pruggista. JUr"e"
uuiucs, i ; aieiiiuui mj cw. ; small,
Is Rood for Rheumatism, Cltilblains, CJonia,
Whitlows, Caked Breasts, Sore Nipples,
Cramps, Boils, rutin, nt Aiiisiiula, Weakness
of the'Mats; CrnTW'tioi4of tliw llnsoles,
Bnrn and Scalds, Frost Bites, Painful
Nervous Affections, Chapped Hands, Lame
B;ic!c, Pain in the Side, Swellings, Tumors,
Tooth ; Ache, OKI Kdre.-, Hemorhoidi. or
Piles, Tlesh Wounds, GaJUs of aU Kmd,
Sprains, Braise.: Oacked Heels, Binrr
Bone, Poll Evii, WinaguHs. CaUoua, Spavin,
Sweeney, Fistula, Sitlust, External Pouon3,
Scratches or Gres.se, Ktringhalt, Sami
Crwcks, Lameness, ' traang Foondered
tVot, ilftne, IJoru. .Dietemper, Garget in
Cows, Cracked Teats. Foot Hot
and many other diseases incidental to Man
and Beast Thirty-seven years bo tore tha
- a '
AroericftB Public, AtUpteil. to Family n.
Having been often, solicited to prepare thia
Celebrated Oil fred lroni stain, to be used
8W a common Liniruwu. by families, we
bare at lengtu sacceeded in extractino; tha
coloring ijroi ertieii which have heretofore
rendered itdbjectionable Thin Oil. poases
se tho efficient principles of that prepared
wicU Uie dark tine, and will be found to
be Que. of the Best llemedies for almost all
purposes that has ever been before the ,
public Bat for animal, in all oases, nse
tiie other kind, and always get a half-dollar
cr dollar bottle, to kave enongh te be ot :
much service. Before naing. shake .
the bottle. Englibh and. German Alman
ac;i, Vade-Mecutns, Show Bills, Posters and
Circulars will be forwarded free, npon
application by letter. .
From Messrs. Vf. K. Warner Jc Co.,
West Georgia, VL, Nov. 29, 1S57. We
consider yonr Gargling OU as Btiiple an:
article aa we have in onr store, and as sure
to sell as tea or sugar. We never have
sold a bottle, that we know of, that has not'
given pert'ect satisfaction . il
, Almanacs and Cook Books sent free from
the office in Lockpcrt, N. Y.
Fro i Hon. Nathan Lindsey, Connty
Judge of Shelby Co., Iowa, dated Harlan,
April 13, 1867. It is decidedly preferred to
any other L niment sold in this section. r
From L. Schlottman, Jlonnd Top, Fay
ette Co., Texas, Feb. 15", 1869. I am now
selling more of your Gargling Oil than any
other Liniment, and all who have used it
pronounce it "the best thing out."
Our reputation having been established
over 81 years iu Lockport, N. Y., and
throughout the country, we do not deem it
necessary to resort to using reference, but,
in fact, we know and feel to think it ot no
use in our business; but as there are a few
who are more or less prejudiced against the
proprietors and manuiaclnrers of Patent
itenii'dies, we subjoin the following refer
ee ce.-J as to the quality of the Oil. our
responsibility, fair dealing and promptness:
Hon. JOHN VAX HORS, Mayor City of lockport,
Hon. A. F. EKoyV N, Ex-llayor "
Hon. J. JACKSON, J a , Ex-Mayor. City of Leek port.
Hon, II. OAKHI.NfcK, Connty Judge,
llos. K. CUOWLEV, Gx-3iate Senator,
Hos. O. I. X HUNT. Ex-County Judge, -O.
E. MANX, Sheriff Niagara County,
NIAGARA CO. NATL BANK.
SA1IONAL EXCHANGR BANK. -FlrWl'
J. T. MUKKAV, Surrogate.
M. M. S0t7THW0KTa, DisL Atty.Cityof Lockport.
L. A. SPALl'INO, Postmaster, "
W.M. McCOLLCM. M. D.,
W. B.-GOCIJ). M. 0., "
8 T. CI. ARK, M. !..
JOHN ItXlXK, M .. .
D. D. msHOP. M. V.. ''
C. N. PALMKR. H. 1., .
Kav. L. K sT t V t.N i,
Brv. W. C. WISNER, City of Lockport.
Rev. J. X BgS.VE.rr. ''
Rv..HUGH MULHOLLAND. "
Rev. lililiiUAM YOUNO, Prest Salt Lake, Utah.
Manufactured, at Lockport, T7. Y
.. ..BY; . r
GARGLiilG OIL CO,
; JOHTT HOUGE,