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Thanksgiving—Woman Suffrage State
Railroads—Chicago & Northwestern
Railway—Number of Trains—Earnings
Chicago Tribune—Fire at the Metropolitan
ChxcaoO.9ot.S8. 1870. Tharikswrvine
off verv anietly. There were-the osnal relig
ions services in tho nriou ehnrches with the
usual meagre attendance, though the day was
fine, and the inducements to thanksgiving
abundant A few military companies paraded, ,
bat excited little attention save from the juven
iles and a few grown-np children. The crop ef
turkeys and other Thanksgiving fowls were
Slenty, and the day was faithfully celebrated at
ie dinner table. "There was very little drink
ing or oarousing, and the deportment of the
dij was quiet and orderly.
THE STATE WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
of Illinois, had a meeting at Farwell EaO, and
after some discussion resolved to become auxil
iary to tbe Northwestern Woman Suffrage As
sociation, the Boston Association having be
come a partisan concern, and appeared to re
main with the National Association, whose head
quarters are in New York. The division has
grown out of personal and local rivalry. Lacy
Stone will not work with Basan B. Anthony and
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Boston wishes to
take precedence of New York. These quarrels
are disgraceful to women, and disastrous to the
cause of woman suffrage.
Mrs. Dr. Wheaton last evening lectured here
against woman suffrage and the fitness of wo
man for public life. Curious, isn't it, to see a
woman occupying a public platform before a
public audience, to prove that a woman is out
of her true sphere m a public position ? She
' had a until audience and attracted httle atten
tion. - -
Just now public attention is directed to rafl
roads. The tendency of railroad corporations
is to consolidation, and of the people to plan
legal restrictions upon them. At the recent
election in Michigan, the people voted to pro
hibit consolidation of parallel or competing
hues, to authorise the Legislature to establish
minimum rates for freight and passengers, and
against validating the bonds which certain coun
ties and municipalities had voted in aid of rail
roads and which the Supreme Court had pro
nounced unconstitutional The true interests
of railroad corporations are identical with those
. of the people, and those roads which serve the
people best, best promote their own interests.
One of the largest and best managed Bailway
Companies in this cosniry is
THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN.
which operates 1,156 miles of road, and, in Its
eleventh fiscal year ending with last May
transported 3,411.616 passengers and 2,641,522
tons of freight, divided as follows :
Miles. Ho. pass. Tons fret.
Wis. Division... SH 6-10 524,626
Galena " 861 748,016
Iowa " ... 854 838,979
Madison ... 67 6-10 67,688
Milwaukee Div 85 721,777
Peninsula Dir.. 78 8-10 10,730
THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN. NUMBER OF TRAINS.
It runs 56 passenger
daily as follows:
46 freight bains,
Peninsula . . . .
EARNINGS, GROSS AND NET.
Its gross earnings for the year were (12,535,
428; operating eTpenses and taxes, $8,01 3,317.
and after paying" 2,208.253 interest on funded
debt, -irxhmfr fund, dividend on Chicago A
Milwaukee Bailway stock anc rent of leased
roads in Iowa, leaves a net income of 2,313,
857. The reduction of the bonded debt was
2,142,500. Over a million and a quarter dol
lars charged to operating expenses were ex
pended in repairing and improving the road, a
million in construction, and a quarter of a mil
lion in equipments.
Tbe short crops of 1869 censed a diminution
of the earnings of the road over ths previous
veer. But the general result is creditable to
the management of the road, and the fact that
no passenger was killed or seriously injured on
any of the Company's lines during the year is
worthy of note. The conductors ontwodivi
siorts the Wisconsin and tbe Milwaukee lean
testify from long personal experience, are most
gentlemanly and aooommodating, and study
the comfort of their passengers. There were
some changes in the general officers at the last
election. John F. Tracv was chosen President
to succeed Alexander Mitchell, M. L. Svkes,
Jr., Vice President, and Albert L. Pritchard,
Secretary and Treasurer. Geo. L. Dunlap, for
years General Superintendent, has been made
General Manager, and John C. Gault succeeds
him as General Superintendent, and H. P.
Stan wood is General Ticket Agent in place of
B. F. Patrick.
The extension of the road from Madison to
Portage, and from Madison via Baraboo to
connect with the road from Tomah to Eau
'Claire and St. Paul, and the La Crosse and
Trempeaulean to Winona, connecting with the
. Winona and St. Peter Bailroad, 145 miles.
(most of which is completed,) will add largely
to the business and prosperity of the Com
" pany. The possession of such vast franchises
gives this Company a power over the homes
and fortunes of millions of people, which, if
beoinoently used, will be fruitful of blessings
turougn oonung generations.
are a very peculiar product. They grow like
character, but are not made, like railroads and
canals. Given so much money and time and so
many laborers, and yon can build the Pacific
Bailway. But money, time and mental force
are not sufficient to build up a great newspa
per. It needs something more ana higher than
these. There must be a strong moral force, a
. chord of electrie sympathy and an identity of in
terest between a newspaper and its readers, to
..make it a power in the land Its conductors
" .must have clear perceptions of the right, and
courage to utter its convictions, even though,
at times, such utterances may be unpopular
.and subject it to unfriendly criticism. The peo
ple will tolerate honest ", or inoppor
tune utterances, wneu a papers course u ngm
in the main, and gives evidence of independ
ence ana integrity, loose taoagnts are sug
gested by the course of
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE.
which, on entering its twenty-fourth year, an
nounces its platform to be, a Bevenue Tariff,
Civil Service Reform, and Opposition to Monop
olies. It holds that the Tariff should be levied
solely for Government revenue; that, as eveiy
. man has a right to his own earnings, all laws
which seek to take a part of them for the ben
efit of any other person or class, are akm to
robbery; and that appointments te subordinate
offices should be made on the ground nf quali
fications, instead of parti zanship. and removals
be made only for incompetency and unfaith
fulness, in otner words, that toe government
snouia conanct ns Dusmess on sound Dunnees
principles. It favors the substitution of Na
tional bank notes for greenbacks, and a return
to specie payments, under a tree twino- law.
It is for a dignified, just and peaceful foreign
policy, and opposed to war for partizan ends.
In brief, it is opposed to all special interests in
. antagonism to the general interest, and is the
champion of the people against monopo
lists and tax-thieves, state and nation
al. This m a creed for the
people; and it is these doctrines, maintained
with singular ability, in opposition tooppressive
monopolies, corrupt rings and political raacah tv,
which have given it a strong hold upon popular
iavor. use now too parozan press, which
measures pouocai integrity try caucuses and
party lines, is criticising it sharply for its inde
pendence of party; but its last Sunday issue,
with its fourth page solid with ten columns of
short advertisements, and its first page nearly
full of displayed ones, exhibits hying proofs of
popular favor which make partisan criticism
harmless. Having labored earnestly and effi
ciently for the oomplete triumph of Bepabhcan
principles the reconstruction of the Union on
the basis of freedom and the ballot, and this
having been irrevocably secured it now ad
dresses itself to present living practical issues,
and advocates new reforms of vital interest to
the peopl? and good government. The Tribune
is a bold, independent, able, fearless and out
spoken newspaper on all living questions : is
without a peer, in tins respect, in the whole
Northwest, and, for complete and early news
from all quarters, is equal to any newaspaper in
A FIRE AT THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL.
early last Wednesday morning oecasoned
loss of (10,000 to furniture and (6,000 to the
building. But the saddest results were the
death by suffocation and burning of Moses
Hansen, a porter, 22 years old, who lost his
life in his endeavors to save others, and the in
jury of seven or eight men. Some were brought
oct suffocated but were resuscitated. A Mr.
W. M Morris, of Boston, out the artery of his
wrist in escaping from his room through the
transom, and fainted from loss of blood. J.
H Field of the Journal, jumped from a win
dow 25 feet, and is laid up with a sprained
ankle. One servant girl in descending a lad
der from the roof, fell two stories and was tak
en np insensible. fell over tbe stair
balusters and was severely injured. Several
had very narrow escapes.
has been quite' satisfactory the past week.
Wheat is a little higher. Money is dose, and
pork packing is delayed by the remarkablv
mild weather. To-day has been like Indian
. At Aiken's Museum new curiosities are added
every week, arid visitors from the country are
always sure of a goodplsy in the evening, and
at the matinees on Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons. On Christmas and New Years
there will be fine performances.
Edwin Ad ms begins an engagement at Mr
Ticker's to-night in Enoch Arden. He is one
of the most accomplished actors in the country.
The Minstrels at the Dearborn always attract
full houses, and give eminent satisfaction. B.
Thrilling Adventure of a Detective in
Search of a Murderer.
From the Memphis Avalanche.
About fourteen months ago a cold
blooded murder was committed in Coa
homa county by Mr. George Stacy. The
Avalanche of that date gave a report,
which our readers doubtless remember.
Mr. Stacy killed a Mr. Riley in his own
field while he was at his work. Both
were planters, and we think, neighbors.
They resided east of Friar's Point about
ten miles. Stacy was arrested, indicted
for murder, pave bond for his appear
ance for trial, ran away and left his
bondsman and surety (Judge Harrison
Beid) to pay the bond. The Circuit
Judge pronounced judgment against
Beid for $6,000 about six months ago.
The Court gave Beid to the 1st of De
cember, 1871. to bring up the prisoner
or pay the bond. But the prisoner was
not to be found.
Judge Beid applied to all the police
officers and sheriffs in Mississippi and
Arkansas. He applied to the detectives
in Memphis, but all to no purpose.' This
was not calculated to make Judge Beid
comfortable, for the first of December
was rapidly approaching, and there was
no escape but to pay the bond. About
ten days ago, however, Beid at the in
stance of a friend, laid his troubles be
fore Mr. Crsnmer, of this city, who,
hawing got all the points, promised to
do all he could. Beid returned home to
Friar's Point in better spirits, but the
1st of December haunted him. Six
thousand dollars security money to be
paid just now is enough to make any
body blue, and miserable and wretched.
The Judge was not happy.
Cranmer, whose spirit of adventure
has carried him to California, over the
plains, and back to the states, went vig
orously to work. The first point for
Cranmer was the fact that Stacy has a
brother residing in Jackson, Mississip I
pL Cranmer visited Jackson, became
- i - . mr (i a l "
intimate wim jut. Dtacy, spent nis mon
ey freely, and wormed out of him
enough to satisfy Cranmer that George
Stacy, the murderer, was residing near
Huntington, fjarroll county, Tennessee.
Cranmer returned to Memphis and wrote
to Judge Beid that he desired him to
come up, as he was confident that Stacy
was alive. A few days ago Cranmer and
Judge Beid started for McKenzie, a
town at the junction of the Memphis
and Louisville and Northwestern rail
roads, about one hundred and fifty
miles from Memphis. .
Here Judge Beid was requested by
Cranmer to remain until he returned,
and without informing Beid of his pur
noses. Cranmer departed for Hontinir-
ton, county seat of Carroll county, on
the train going to Nashville. Cranmer
arrived there the night of the 17th, and
early next morning he hired a horse.
In a very curious way, Cranmer learned
that a Mr. Clark, Justice of the Peace in
Huntington, knew Stacy, and where he
could be found, but that Clark would
not give any information unless forced
to do so. Cranmer found Clark, who is
a gray haired gentleman, of good bear
ing, busy in his front yard nauing on the
broken paling of a fencf- "Squire
Clark, I suppose," said Cranmer. "Yes
sir." "Squire Clark, you know where
George Stacy can be found, and I came
to get the information." "Who are
you t" bristled up the old gentleman.
"I am an officer of the United States,"
pulling out a badge, which happened to
be a shawl-pin but the words, "officer
of the United States," spoken with a full
voice and a rather imposing military air
had its enect.
"I tell you, sir," said Clark, ''this is
a desperate community, and your life is
in danger. ion had better leave.
"Yes, but, 'Squire, yon need not be
alarmed ; rVe been among that sort of
people before. You must tell me where
I can find George Stacy." "I can't do
it," says Clark. "Then, sir, I arrest
you, and will keep you till you rot or
tell me where George Stacy can ba
This forcible speech of Cranmer had
tbe desired effect. A broad-shouldered,
full-breasted man, five feet nine inches
high, about forty-five years old, weight
one hundred and eighty, dark hazel full
eyes, thick, short neck, broad face, of
weather-beaten color, and an officer of
the United States, with a plug hat and
double-breasted overcoat, made an im
pression on Esquire Clark. The com
munity, to be sure, was desperate, and
if the "boys" learned of Cranmer's pres
ence his li f e would not be worth a broken
jug; but Clark was not going to rot in
"Well, Mr. Officer, I suppose I have
to tell, but if it is found out that I have
told you my life will be in danger."
"Never mind that get your horse
and come along, sir, in a hurry." They
roae tour miles south of Huntingdon,
and about 9 A. at. came in sight of a
"There," said Esquire Clark, "on
the hill just beyond the mill is the
house where Stacy lives in the mill he
is perhaps now. I can go no further."
"Very well," said Cranmer; "I am
obliged to you." Cranmer dismounted,
bed his horse about a quarter of a mile
from the mill, and started. He crossed
the mill branch on a foot log above the
mill, and ran at a rapid gait, but just as
he was ascendinar the 111 in its rear, and
a few yards off, Stacy was in the act of
jumping out of a hole out for the pur
pose. Cranmer drew his revolver and
told him to stop. The muzzle of the
navy repeater persuaded Stacy not to
jump. Cranmer entered, placed hand
cuffs on him, and went to the house.
fewvards off, to get ready for the trip.
While at the house. Stacy's brother.
brother-in-law and cousin came up from
the mm, walking at an ordinary gait,
duc two oi tnem had rules on their shoul
ders a sight that Cranmer did not like :
it was colculated to make him feel lone
ly among strangers whose character was
not altogether good for peaceful pur-
Buiao. xua a wuuu cnopper came into
the house to relieve. Cranmer's anxiety.
ana as ne went out tne oacA door, of
course Cranmer felt doubly oomforta-
"Who are those men!" asked Cran
"Une is my brother, another my
wue s Drotner ana cousin.
'Aha 1 Are they in the habit of car
rying those rifles t"
o, they are hunting." "Ah 1"
Presently they came np to the house.
Cranmer reminded Stacy that it was
time to got Stacy was ready, but Cran
mer was not. He turned to the gentle
men with the rules, and with the same
emphatic manner with which he had
overawed Squire Clark, said: "Mr.
Stacy and myself are ready to leave, but
we are not going to move a step until
you leave. And the first man who
makes a motion to take his rifle off his
shoulder! will shoot through the heart.'
And with this he drew his navy.
'And," continued Cranmer. "I want
yon all to march to that yonder hill
about three hundred yards off and if
you don t move d n quick 111 com
mence firing." They moved, and when
they got to the place designated, Cran
mer and Stacy mounted a horse of
Clark's, Stacy first, Cranmer behind,
bound for the railroad.
The train for Nashville came first, and
as Cranmer preferred a railroad car, go
ing anywhere and in any direction, to
the vicinity . of Huntington, having in
charge a desperate man, the leader of a
gang of outlaws. Before getting in.
Cranmer locked his wrist to a handcuff
oh Stacy's, guarding against escape.
They returned, toward McKenzie early
the next morning; met Judge Beid the
most surprised and happiest of men.
The $6,000 was not to be paid enough
to relieve Beid or any other man.
George Stacy is now in the jail at Fri
ar's Point; will be tried, found guilty oi
murder, doubtless, and hung, unless he
escapes or is rescued. . Altogether, the
arrest of Stacy is one of the most re
markable and daring feats that has ever
been performed by any " United States
officer," any other sort Judge Beid
has been saved from pecuniary ruin, and
justice has not been defeated.
t& Westebbt Entkbpbisb. About
five veam am. the Northwestern Manufactur
ing Company, which is located on North Jef-
I erson street, between Lake and Bandolpb
streets, in Chicago, connected the manufacture
of wrought-iron steam and gas pipe to their
worxs; ana, aitnougn tney nave naa a very
strong eastern competition to eontend against,
iney nave sncoeeaea in punning up a very large
business in this branch of industry. They have
run their pipe works the present season night
and day; are using daily ten tons of iron, and
the superior quality of pipe produced there
from creates a demand for it not onlv in the
north, wfcm, and southwest, but as far east as
Ohio and Fensylvania a fact that is highly
creditable to the skill and energy of this firm,
wmcn Has nearly too bands employed m its va
rious departments of industry.
SuxiiiGHT. It is ourious how patent
facts and sound principles become over
laid and forgotten through the influence
of tyrant custom. Sunlight is an es
sential to growth and health in vegeta
tion, and the human being requires it
as much as the vegetable. Yet this
fact clear as the sun itself appears as
a new discovery in a recent medical
work, and is there treated with all the
elaboration of argument and wealth of
illustration. And the readers of the
book receive as a new revelation the an
nouncement that men, no more than
vegetables, can grow in the shade?
Dyspeptics are especially enjoined, if
thev would recover the time and health
of their stomachs, to live and work less
in the shade. Sunshine is as essential
as exercise, and in physicial culture, no
less than moral and religious, we should
walk in the light." .
Tex prisoners in the Nevada Statel
prison made a desperate attempt to es
cape Thursday. Five got inside the
main door, and attacked the guards,
who shot one dead, mortally wounded
two, shot another through the chest,
and captured the fifth after a desperate
IST A Nxw Addition to ovx National
Beu. or Fabx. The committee of ladies ap
pointed by the Farmer's dub of the American
Institute, among whom was an eminent medi
cal graduate and the wife ef the Secretary of
the Institute, state m their report that a packet
of Sea Moss Farine, costing twenty-five cents,
will produce, when oombined with milk, in due
proportion, full sirteea quarts of blano mange,
while a packet of eon starch, maisena or farina.
costing sixteen cents, will only produce, with a
oka quantity of mux. rrom lour to six quarts.
thus showing that the new food staple is ac
tually worth, as a means of nourishment, about
one Jumdred and fifty per eeaL mors than the
heretofore popular preparations from maise
and erain. It m also stated that it has none of
the hfritinr properties ef ordinary farinaceous
food, and is digested and assimilated with won
IA Youths' Publication. For
nearly half a century the Tooths' Companion,
of Boston, has been published. It was start
ed in 1827, and to-day one of the brightest
and most vigorous papers with which we are
moqnainted. Send for specimen.
t&" Salesmen and others wishing
profitable employment will do well to notice the
advertisement of 8. W. Kennedy, of Philadel
phia. This is a reliable and liberal house.
X&Bksiovk the Cause. Costiveness,
winch produces serious and often fatal dis
eases, is removed by the ass of Dr. Henry's
Boot and Plant Pills, Bee advertisement.
JST" Huklbct k EnsATiTi's, leading
wholesale dtuggista of the Northwest, corner
Lake sUuct and Wabash avenue, Chicago. -
t&" Jakes H. Fostkb A Co., 151 Lake
street, Chicago, importers of breech-loading
shot-guns and implements.
tar Pukb Cidkb and Ctdkb Vinioar.
Cashing A Ware, 213 Einzie street, Chicago,
(the largest dealers in the West.) BespectfuU;
solicit orders by mail orotherwise. .
5T See advertisement of Dr. Butts1
Dispensary, beaded Book for the Million Mas
aiAos Qmot in another column. It shoals' be
read by all.
BfejT NoirrHwivi'mf Hobsx NaUj Co.,
manufacturers of Patent Hammered Hone
Nana. Office 68 West Tan Bursa street. Fas
tory 56 to 68 West Tan Buron street, corner
Clinton street, caucago.
JSTThb New Photoobapeio Famili
Beeord Agenhi wanted. Sales lively. For
circulars and terms, address M. L. Sogers A
uo-, lut aaaison street, umcago.
t&" Jevke k Aximn, Importers and
dealers in Artists' Materials, and leading Fresco
Painters of the West, l&i and lot South mark
19" Laclede Hstkl," Chicago, $2.00
per day, (none better,) corner Madison and Ca
MARKETS. NEW YORK.
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HOT TO TJnCT A CEBTATN AXD PSKMAHXHT
Brass nn nf Isms nfTllfii iiiiillsnniilii nisllimias.
sperialry thane which aDcw bol mtie xr-rlse. Frv
vrho ooctraot this anfulinitl habit of body,
eh circrirrjatarioe, mlxrhl possibly be relVrred
BwotaariangthriTsadmlary erririloTTrjetlta for other
af snsomsctfr Usd;bat this is brBMans onrtalB.
Rabttoal cxjontlpatVxn I t a Terr obsUnate diaorder.
AH the orrltaary oclled reinerTirn tnvarlahtj aggra.
. nothing oaa be more injorknai than the
eontamisd ass of ntroof aslant. Thoy at Brat
lull si u, sad flaally ataDoat psratvss th bnxai
rsndmrtng thorn so torpid that xSonDoos doae of
siwMflnss bava so sffeot trpon Ctssa. A
axtld aperiorit, oooihtrjed with a gentle etremi.
the fens ransdv; aada oomblnation in th happicat
pcuixjftion of throe tngrecMTita, la formd In Hrwterter t
Bttlsra. Thmfaraoss rXoenxdiiolnvlayites
th wbok tntsarnisl canal, white qntstlv romovlng
frona It aonruluUuiat aB tmpatluunuls to a free pas
sage; throngfa thorn. Mo men pury stirs has this
doub operation. No ordinary stlmnlaat otTect the
desired otijeot. 0ee of Constipation abandoned aa
by ensuajroiahed medtcal anen havs been
a few eek by the Kttsra. To thoae who
hare tried all the wjedicrne of tbe drspeorary in vam,
w say try thi i iimastalaVi stimuaurt and aperient.
Then 1 BO svrnVnsnt II isi why Qui Mil lwrltm should
be the tionoeqwenoe of sanonlaiy haprts. Boatettsr
Bitter by siipnlThM th vigor which would other
wise be derived Uom exenrdft. win tn al eases Qablc
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
OE!fTLKMA5wtaesffm4 for nan tnm Hstt
Hk. ana Debility, Premature Deear, and all th effect
at renthfol tndWreuoo, will, for ah sake at suffer,
bis hommttr, aesc free to all who need it the rertpe
ana direct Ion for maklns the simple remedy by wolob.
he waa oered. Safferera wtaoioa- to profit by the adf er.
tteer'i experience, oaa do aa by addreeeinc, hi perfect
eoaadeam, JOHN bTOODEN,
Ho. I Cedar street, Kew York.
Sir James Clark's Female Pills.
Thee mvahaable Pills are anfalllna to the ear of all
thoae painfnl and daturerooa diseases to which the
female oonstltwtloo la sobjeec Tti7 moderate all ex.
eases and remove all obetrsalionMrom whatever cause.
TO KARBJED LADIES
They are particularly sotted. They will ta a abort Mme
brine on the monthly period with regularity ; and
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PATENTS. taken Mors Patent, sad axamined
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Asency. bend ketch and deecripUoa
BY YOU. IXX.U8TKATED. -
SINCE Pope' "KaFS OP Tirr Loci" never ha a tick,
liah anbleet been n nnniiiul imuiil . i . 1. 1
piquant and peculiar work. Brim full of choios conceit,
ex.pr.ni.il In nne, St phmae. Th deacrtption of th
hunt after, and cap to re of th htti "varmint, at ex
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V tl revta, ror books er circnlara, addrea
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Farmer Paper and Adrertlsinji
Medium is the Rrf Jrm..r.l
Kanosai. A oaictiLrcairr, 81
a Mssrt. n lrtn
lJ.e'nL" .lonti Prre to nw snbecrtbar. Fi
.V.?1 "", lo' withStprm.;ortortl
with L0 paper. AU explained In aempl oopy servt
BufaiUuss of th throachial ITnbo, Dropsy of b
Heart, Tumor, Internal, svea evariaa haws been -
aoabtedly cured bv .
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.
How a-rwat th comfort to hare a autTocatiny eou-h. to
hare sharp psins of the chest, qoeer ereerrln sertsstioes
around the heart cured by the aha pie remedy of a clean,
flexible, entirely obeettonable plaster. But internal
rumors, considered ef a fatal character, ar ale eatwd
by this mild and innocent application, which, acttnc
like a second akin, produces steady pressure, by which
absorption, reeultiri- tn esse at onoe, and altlatate ear
W have now lertlmonlall frem pojmmans sad ether
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS
bar cured paralysis, local rheumaiiaaspinal af eotions.
pain of the aid, dimmed apleea, trrttation and uereosa
afleotlona ef the bowel, tic dxukuwai, anlarsememt of
frsotarea, brain and sprains, neuralsia and nerroos
afloctloB of a local eAaracter, ham ha o, sciatica, weak
back and erlok of the beck er neck, whooptnc eoufh.
heart aiTflotlsos. ptowrtsy. hteterire, eolda, varhoe vein,
weUht about the diarAracm. heavy feeUnc about the
tan- and heart, hrtsrrtal dhrsnns Th Por-jua Pl-
lalat satwulolty upon th Dart
upon which thay ar applied, and that by woarin- one or
mora, ootda sr preronted.
They seem to be spprecisled by phjsiciana.
For two years I hara beeaasveat sagersr frosa new-
ralxia in the head, and found only temporary relief from
all the varies rem echo that I have tried, until I applied
oaa ef AJIooek' Poroas Planters. I eat it into thrss
trip, plantac oa under each shoulder blade, and th
other ever the email of the back, and for the peat three
month I have had eosTeely a twins ef the eld pain.
I adrhts all woo enffer from nerrous dlsosee to loss no
tim In tnakins a trial of t! wonderftil Pnrou Plaster
A. T. 8TKRUNO.
See. Sinew Mfs Co.
Hsw TOBA. Jaas s, Ufs.
Pain of the Side Cured,
Messrs. T. Aixoocx A Oat
Dcab 8ra-My daearhtar asad one of jour Porous
Plasters. She had a rery bad paU in her aide, and it
JOHN V. It. HUHTEIL
Inflammation of the Zidneys Cared.
Tnronua Aixoooa A Oo, Slat- Staa Fey years I have
Buffered treat infiamrstton ef the kidneys; my phy.
Waa save me ttMm rabef. aad I saovwd about Uks sn old
a bent wra by rearsof aniTsoiiia At kwtsth your
Porow Planter were nnmiamiill to me. 1 applied
on te ek kidney, and the relief waa ttomediate. I
re them for thirty says, when my bask aad kidneys
wer perfectly well, sad I was once more able to walk
sees. I think th half mt th rtrtueaef your Plasters
raarntebtold,bubould any era wteh.t hear
lhreoflshallbeplisssd totsllof my sunn leans
1 am yowr ravpeetfaUy,
. . THOMAS J. JACK OK.
SoTore Cough Cured.
letter from th Rev. Dr. Bestti.
Buuiiaiuwa. Orsac Oe, M. T, Oea. tt, 1803.
Tbvjmas Axxoocx A Cx. Shag 8inr:
Tour Porous Plasters srs s a-reat his lin Mydsnsb-
nsr I hell had srhoopins couch some twelve mo
lnoa: when the sererity of th disease had abated she
stiU for six men the had djstreaains eonah and became
rery wek and thin. Flndinc internal remedies of no
avail, aa Allenak's Punas Plaater waa applied to her
ehaet, Th oouch was relieved froat the day tt waspat
on. aad la on aaoath was eatirelr ewyed.
I am yours, truly. D. BEATTTK.
Bad Sraise Greatly Relieved in a
Mr. C. wrttas-Back auimoly brsased; eould not
aaov wtthout pain; eould aafthsr walk nor art
spoiled hxxlment, arnica. As.; as relief ; anally placed
two Porou Planters over the para. Ia a Httl while
my wtte rorrutred if I found any harp. I replied --Tb
plaster r smuwhlns makee me better, for I har n
pais. I aat up tn bed aetnciishsd ; proossdsd te set ap
did as; annul, sad ia three hoar from puttlnc th)
pllis oa was wiikbai ia my offios free from pain.
Betas se ataeh bafltld. 1 rrr job DratialoB te
refer te ate as te the guaUUca of Alloock'a Poroas
Cure of a Sadly Crashed Breast.
GrjrrLXim : I Deoember lms, my breast hone waa
crushed and badly injured by beinx aaruck by a heavy
par. I waa taken home ssnaelnea, where, for s week. I
lay at th point of death. My doctor eould do but
Uttl for me, nd I uif eredneoamtlnual pln, Th doo
tors thouaht a blister plaater would help me if put en
the breast, but I thourht I would try instead, Alloock'i
Porous Plaster. I put on on my hraaet and jde.aad
from that time beca to set better, and ta one month
I waa well, tree from pain, aad able to attend tossy
J. R. BUCK.
He. t South nfth street, WUllamaburs, L. L
Tsoatas Axlooos A Co.
Important lVetter from Sr. Samnel
Bard, Governor of Idaho.
tTaaaiiiwTUB, April 1, ISM.
Msmras. Aixooca A Cor
Tow Poroo 8tren-thenins Waal a havs proved of
the aiinluel aerrioe to me. Some time erne I was
troubled with visltat rheumatic er aeurlia pains hi
both my arma. They avadnally srew -
armroaebed tbe heart, Fladins aothlnc 1 appUed save
me relief, I tried your Porous Plasters, which I wore for
two months The pain osseed almost immediately,
and I har had ao pain atnc. As aa external remedy
soar Watmiareiaeomparable. 1 have rersimmonded
them to many of my friends ta th city ef Atlanta, Oa,
nrherel reside, and they are loud ha their prakm, the
Plaeters havbac psoved squally useful u their cases i
la mine. BAM URL BARD,
Let Editor Atlanta (Oa.) Dally Sew Kra.
Sciatica and BJieomatism.
8aaTJs Hosjsa, RocxawaT Bxacbt, Sept. 1, Us.
Mrarat Aixooca A Co , Sins Binc-
Oarrx3ixa.Toar PUslsn have wnoderfal quaM.
tiea. and every trawler ahoaid haw them by him. My
resets fiw swat aoatutats of their eflloacy.
eared of eoua-hs: some of rhwwitis pain; some ef
enwpaiasmth breast, aide aad back. Ia
aadUdnylTeetaao, thetr apotiatUoa a aauaUy
eeesfaL I myself waa attacked with rrwr pain in my
left kidney. I was la arany for tweaty4our aoura. At
leocth I appUad one of your Plastera The pata
besaata abate, and ta the soar of a few aoura
S if you think welL I am jam,
A. D. TAIXIHS,
Proprietor of the He lids Hon.
BRANDRETH HOUSE, NEW YORK.
Plaster Works, Sing Sing.
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Baaa's Pcctosai. Euxra ha rasfdlv won the Atvor
ef patients who har tried It, and also ta ptronajra of
th mftdlcal faculty In errr aotkn of th eountrr
where it ha been Introduced. No remedy for the
run nne tnroes Tr oiesererwa sranns o pootuar
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th suDeralaloe of Mr. T. K. barr. ea of the best nrae-
tlcal ehemiat in th Stat. Th uooas which haa
attended the a of thi remedy for the past atitenn
years, where known, haa mducea a to make b more
winery Known lor tn oenent oi tn enrrvruMr. ties ih
aniicted a-iv It a fair trial, a we ar eonndent that
reliaf ad Drmnnt eur will be th result. Bold or
all druitaists la the section where thai advartareaaeat I
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(Embradna; late South Paorlo) bar for sal tnm
aere of best quality, Ions credit, cheap. For particu-
mra, m pampoircs, pnry to asun i tt n., tea
no. ea rr ainnt attest, oa. tioui. Jto.
apURIORITYA al, tt, aad l (C.l blU nt as
uy eunoeiv tor a aunts, ra. u. suau. a. I
C ALESMKS WANTED to nU (nod at who! seal
1 1 OJ asm pie., nsisry sra per moota and aTene. Ad
drea A. BK.NNKTT A CO, 131 Madlaoa StXtucaao, 1U.
Bay Me and I'll Do You Good.
ROOT & PLANT
Br (rieaBatnc the Blood aad arooahiff thm
Llrer and secretive orsana to a healthy av
rka. theae Flila ottre auny ooBpaalnia vhlea
a wooM! mo am aaippoeea fnay ooota reacn.
avof h aa HXAO&CHE, Paul di th
NUXBXESa OF Tn ttAUDa iRP rXEJ, UUUr
Vataa. Ctuieusua, Rhktjm ATianc, XeubLax
dia, Xoaa or Arrwmm. Biuoua Dtken
text, Kidhbtt ArrxcTioifa, CkHampavTioi(,
Dkbiutt, Fitim op aVix sniDa, Dtif-tp-za.
jAsjirTjirBi aad ether laiDjdred eomplaiBto
arHiiieT from a km wttXm of the body or oe
etnietsOBa of ite hiinrUotxa. Beina; free trotm
mmnmrf or other poteona, they eaa be take
at ail tinea and onder all ctrco mat a aril, wiitv
oot reejard to diet or baaueM.
Price tt Genu a Box. Prepared by the
Graf toa Medicine uo., ot. ixuibl aia.
8o)d by lruriMm aad riealera in
A Book for the Millloii.
TVT A -R Tt T A rrE
rtTTTTT1 k th
feeriea and raveUtaona of the aexnal ayateta wrth the
U least diaco-eriea la produclna: and preveaatne off-
apnnffs preeernnK uie corapiexioa, mo.
Thta la an inlet-eatlne; 1
t of two baadrad aad tweo-
ty-foor parea, with niimeroae encnTlnaTa, aad con-ialna
valii.-vble uiformaUoa for thoee who are nuuried or eon
miiUte marTivcei mutt tt la a book thatoairhtto be
onder lock aad kay. and aot laid ciaralaaaly aboat the
Sent to any one ffree of poetajre) for Fifty Canta.
Aaafvanu i tr serw. 1 1 1 1 1 smii sisi 1 1 nis. UIS.
St. Loala, Mo.
far-f,tir ta the Afllrrtecl mm Vnfmrtwwmt-.
BefonaoDblnatotheoxKorsoaa Uuvozs whoadvar-
tlne la public paper, or aalnc any -Quack Rzmkdib,
Deraae lr. Batta' work, ao matter what io dlaaaae ia
or how deplorable yoor eoadUtloa.
Dr. Botta caa be oonaolted, pwaoaally or by WAalL oa
the dlaeeaee aveBf toaed ia hie work. OA-so, Ro. 1 N.
Kia-hth St., bet. Market and Cheetaat, St. Leaia Mo.
rflHS PrREXT DWTriXATION m Aawr
I lea. Kqoai to tha beet imported, a- tea toaa oaa
half the prioe.
Vi V M tavatb Water 8t, CUcafl.
lAA DAT FOR ALTA.--8teTcil Tool aamplea
9 J-1 OaaVlad trae, A. 4, BrwVfJf, Y
T KT mT.RFX-4 RR ASKED TO PAM
lj the totiowin- Lawa by all who love tlieneelvee? M
any Sptnt ahall take poaae ioa of any perenn' body
aod inatijravte theai to, er tbeasael-ee aea aatd body, to
Cllote it either by com mitt inn the crime of enlf-poUa-k.
(It betas tho woraalppinc of ta-i aboalaatarna feat
maketh deeolata, apoken of by the SMrtt of the Lord to
Lfaaiei uie nopaet. uta CoapL and mi vena, aad mo
Chap, and tlih Terse; and by Chrt4,the Sob of God,
Matthew Seta Chaa. aad lath vrae: or aaaU aao aneh
body to he or kill they beina- the worship of the De-rU.
aa Chrte aaid he waa a murderer aad a uar from the,
berinntTLaT. Or ahali ase each bodr to commit adulter
nr aonilcaaloa, they beta the worth ip of too Beaet,
Kereiaoooa, u enapL ana ia aaa tva w-eraee- to t
beaata do la to worahtp a Beaat or ahall do aat ma
of elL or ahall Interfere or atoo any maa or woman bar-
Inn or aeltlnc becaaee bo haa not the atark of the Beaat
Reralatirana. Uth Chaou. Mta and 17th venea. That it
hall be perfectly mtlafatrtorr for aeonad death or the
Sod of Man to take away or kill aald Spirit ft foaad m
the jiirlailictloa of the United Statea, aad the wttboat
remedy. And aoexeose ahall be aoeepted. eepaeiaily
that they did tt to aire employmeat to Prteata at the
Coofasatoaal, or to Lawyera at the bar, ar to ecsviave eay
one. Or If any each apirtt ahall make any oae aiek. or
oanae aeckleaia to cira any one employment to ao ealled
doctors, aacond death may take him. or her. or It, away,
aad that too without remedy ; or the Boa of Maa the
aamo. And farther, to view of the war now laa-in te
Karope. caaaed by the erbnea of thoea who bava paeaed
oapaBiahed. I woaid farther aak that Truth be declared
the (od ef the land, and the worship of Treta bo tnaa
ipirated by all teilinr the Trath at all timea, or kemaa;
alieat. Aad for all that are onaiia to the Spirit World
to oome prepared for the be uie. Rtrwrtmtina luh Chapw
aad 14th tana, aad Berelataoaa lith Chaa. aad ldth
vena. Yoa each for ttt-', will lad tail laatraa
tiorta. Matthew tth Caaa. and So, axil mwt,
bow m prepare. u.b
YA-VTlSIk-A medical student at Chleaso. a lady
Iff e sens a meenanie arexerrea- v-o
aalA Aflereeon allowed ataJsot to defray expense of
board rand ems tuition, tiwlriss U. a. XHXSVU. r.
O. Box ?U Chic 10, UL
HOLIDAY JOUHNAL for 1871.
Coatahai a Carfcvta-a NCarr llrawtM FlaTa,
tloerLs ' a AW . Illa.re.1 sa. m
Fre oa recvaipt ef one atamp for jwaaiaem. iilrtiaaa
JkVAjnn av cj. faanaacra, Baeiem .
FREE TO BOOX A CENTS.
We will aaad a haasoma Proepeewaaefoar Nmm I
mttmtid ajwlf AiMf to any Book ivcent, free of eha
Addreea Natiohavi. PtTBXJsanio Co Fhiladelphia. Fa.
sBjeaaw, uA-e viinimiBi viuet or . uwu, at.
WTPHAIPH PEF1UITORT POWTJEB Re
J Baovea anpexiltioaa hair ta ftve minacea, wieahoat
mjory u am eaUAa. omm oy aii rar LA
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
Rebeve most stoleut peiuajauie la ive atlaatea, and
edau speedy oar. Priee sa by aaalL
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Color the whisker aad hair a beautiful BUCK or
Biovy. It consist of only one pswperatioej. li eenta
by matt. Address 8. O. UPBAJf. No. TO Jayne street,
Udrphav Pa. flsoultra aeat free, hold ay all
TUB GRKAT BOOK OF THE AUK.
tt TUB THUS
Or NATUU aaXTKAXED.
R-w.aHfWl Colarrvl ninatrarVoa. Oreat Tntha
FlfAvialy -UvtaaW. Tao Til Heart Aamader. Na.
tare aa ah to. Prioe 60 eta. MjjU Comm mail mi
re aa rmoript f , "Sr?-, For Books or Oirealara addraaa
?af BT AT awa a-. a w..- I .
is jrA baata) mmmmm met aew m mrm
A larva, lrra. Smm
monthiy. rmhtjinmjtva ilj
I papatv iririnrTa: teei
deata. noorda of tavvi.
dtrnoeaeaketchea, mriJdc, peeery,v- aloriee for yoanaild,
aalnta,aQd aannera. No tmTmvmrn,ooTitTrfwfrtm,paaiUst,
futlm, pilla, patent medicinfa. Only HO eta. a ymn
Oroplra, o. Sead 1 eta. for S epec4moAta. br-
orr von forget itiVoiamea beria with Jaa. THE
alTTLK t fTHlfTIA-N, farMaHtv irW-mint
copfee gla y ear. iive Trarfa, ivmj rP for I .
Bom Ghmx. aad KTOtiam ronrerdtVAiot ta the world.
tJH Addrem H. I. HA.HTIM.pt, ScKntTmai
Ikact tcxPoaiTuaT, ut 1001 uaaca-a nawa
A MOKTHLTIJIAO KTrrw. FOB TOUlfGKST
Trilsi m-aitnr Utile irfi-lrial, now eDtnr vtoa tta
fifth year, will maintain Ha poettioa aa TUK BKST AND
moht Rictti-r UAjU hjj of au the
iw rvreone aanaannrac suw-tiu rauerra arte aioa.
iur nnmberm of Uim
ua rear i IFTM) r mjcjl.
iear- ia eeam at entarta awmnor a
itLm riMtKeaw) Msit.lv.Vna. f'lwsr. Patirt TVfFlTl I TITTl LaWtAV
ectx, mailed for oenteTAddreae JOHX JU aiUOBJEITa
raouaoer, aa proBpaq
AOKNTS H AHTKD FOR
Ineladinr Manhood Wottaahood, aod their mBtoal
tnter-Tfunona; ixrra, tta lawa, power, em.; ay rvac. u.
FOWLER. Send fore
tad aDeeimea aa-rea of
the work. Addreea K no sal PVVLSMXJMm Co Pblla
dlphla. Pa. ; CaaAcjo, UL ; Ctntrlnnahi, O. ; or St. Lpoaia,
SAl.lCfa VI KT4 V A 1 -,p. 10 set. wiunm oy sua.
r!;Jbol-jI VT. will pay a salary of ATi.CW lo
'j Caul eg-1 "-
"8 asns CC - " I
.rt .-.. j "r .'' i
AHo wj to eal! jam eHialsei to nrj FBEFAKA
tioh or ooaiporiin) mruACT buchtj.
rronaai far are BTJCHTJ lone lt, CTJMB8
Hbrra or teitanoarMn, la wersaa. Tuna-
extracted by dliiilan nmi( with eptrna --tsrnd tnm
Jtmiper lhaikwx; mj'aUa) sagar hi need, aad a auaaU ,
IrTaiuiwfiawf aajarkW It at ase f lata tea tawe aery .
mow la aaa. . tr-yi'" .-r-.-"
Tim Im asismai ml lij Til ii(lass. anaf a flail lnAa
B a anaas taet emits Sa fiaaiaauet the aottoa of a
game iili u jm lam (Ms autlre lncrpto,) rrasa Aark
and eialaoas atOTeransv aflmni UieoBara-of laarre-
rfTft "i ne anjrjrs In nrv pvrspawatetui prrxlrsuliratr
Tba smalVnf ovaatlty of lb other fcexedlani at
mat aat to bo a Thiotora, as aaad ia Pkaraia-
tma,Mtaa'ayruv-e wB ho nawd
aaods of ra-erjaratkav. . . - - 21
Bone that row irtir fTsvor wttk a trial and that
anew hjepeaUoa tt wg roeet vritA yostr sssnaaifsW.
IfWAatBeBncaf anAjaal laaaiiam, - .; .!
'.'-,',' .:,' very HauuiAfuIiy, '. -l j
, B. T. HZUtBOIB,
' Cbendst and Drtrggiel of It Year's FaperkooeJ
(Troa the latweat Mauafaraurliic Osanlasi ta tbe
.-;!? .' 1'' ' i' I .:, McaVsanhawAjMea..';
I am anronlnted waA Xr. H. T. Hr4mbold; be oe-
CTqned the Ceng Basra uuuualls mj laei.Vein, sad was
auuiiatfalsa owvwrws m Bastnais vrher olhetw
had aot bona equaOv befor him. 1 base bene fa
vorablj tatpnsssd with hi charanterand snterprfa, .
'.;,.-.,; . -ITaT. vTElClcrniAlt, . ,
11m of roweaB m WffVrh'man, TTifactarrln Ckwm-
aaa, Hlnlh and Brows Sox, Rifladriphia. . ;
" .1... f r. : . y'. .-: -
rLTJID EXTIIAO'P "
b a C H u.
Tm wsuBss arisiag flora IstllasiiiHii, . Ta sa
harauUxt aovrsn of Hatnr which srs aoaanparlsd by
o aaWT aavniistg ay mptoana, asjaTr'j which WIU bo
foand IridwposiUoa to Rtertlon, Loe of Hemcrj,'
TTatisVilanai. Horror of Dwauee, or f(irehorllTiM ot
v; la Atst, TAavatal Tnelrali. Proetratioa, and
inalilUT to antra- brio the rijoTmen!a ra erxastT.
affected with Orrenie Weakarea, require la aid
of ktodicin to trengiaen and tevlB-orate the svetora
which BZLMBOIOVB EXTBACT BUCHTJ arsariabrr
If uii li laliinaw Is islimrnT-T '- aarawasiirvlnn
Fluid Extract fo Buchu
ta aAWaorat pernrbar to 'Sanales, k aneqnaQod by
any other ra-epMwtioo, a tn Chlcecei, or TaiArMtlnrT,
rsliifiilmas. or Buiniiiitnsi of Ctaetomarj TfiTacu
atks tnrnted or rMdrrua Btaieof teCtxas,aad
alloompleinta tDraderina to Iso bsz, ot th dscUn or
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
w4B radicalV ilarmtni'T frosa tt svetem die
srnurax frost hatam of diFrtira, at HtU xix)eo,
dpi, oe so nhsnsr to diet, no tawonvssdattcs or i
oaoaross Rtnediea, Oopalva and laerarry, la
Fluid ' Extract ; Buchu
JfTHriin-f -H -" -rrr..r.-n
fVuual, from .lull i ir saaae rlajaatng. and no
nattor of how Ion, r4safuU to tssta
lJ uiIih. 1 aas.ls.ti1 V"1 -
anlnt tha any ef th wrwrawtimcd rlark
fitsalonB, proowT th ionratj at onoa,
The reader nraat he .war. that, aMwever aUghtaawy
ha Bra attaokof th above alpara, tt tt esrtata to
sireot the bodily 1 ealth and ailLlwnl pourara.
AO ta above dnMSera nqnlre the aid of a diuretic
B3XefB0I0S raTBACT BTJCHD Is th arret
!Sold lj Dnigslsta ererywliere.
Prina L25 oer BottleVor 6 Bottles
tow Rn TanMrArefl tn BJiT address..
aWV -V"v WWaw w m
Describe Symptorns In aH conrmu
nlcatlons. ' ' : "" : . ' ' ; " - -
H. T. HldlaJalBOIaD,
v . . . - ;!
Drug and Chemical Warelionse
594 Broadway, New York
TDTOTE AfiE GklUULWE imless done
np in steel engrared wrapper, wita
fan-wfriTna of my Clxemical Ware ; '
bouse, and signed