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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, VT., JULY o, 1872.
DUTUHim'H I.KIHTMNfl Kl.VKIM.Kn
irps Ultra off and cUtn h"o prctllly Try II.
HoM liy dcalni rT)hgr lmll
Chjtios. I'arllca jiurcliMlng "White Iiuuut
ron lrri" eirHe l and H b'mage con.
talnloir atcobol, like th Tile "DlUcra" adrertlard,
(nlilch only acgravate tti dlsrasn, and briog on oth.
1 1) will ba disappointed. H Mfdicihe cartfollr
compounded on solcntlnc principles, taVrn In tn
spoonful daw, "4 has proMd to br the only Com
for the dlva.e ever brought forward. For sale by til
Oiir.lluK the people cannot taae Onler Oit from
Itl terrible nansratlnj taste, and recoil In the throat.
The Caalorla prepared by Dr. rllchcr Is punly tege.
table, perfectly hanole, pleaanl to take, and more
effective than Caalor OIL It doel not distress or
nrlpe, but reiro laics the system, and operatea nhen all
other reraedlca hate failed. It acta like maglo for
Stomach Ache, Flatulency, Croup and Wonna. It
contalna neither Mineral, Iorphlne nor Alcohol. It
soothing, quieting effect, producea natural sleep, and
particular!, adaptl It to crjlog and teething children.
No article baa eter met aucbunquallAcd endorsement
by the rhyaiclana. Take no more Hitter nil", Narcot
ic Rj rupa, Orlplng l'urgatlTia or alckcnlng Oils. The
I'aitorla roata but 35 centa, and when onto tried you
wUlnerer be without it. "
MOST WONDERFUL TIMEKEEPING.
aViltcIl TSo, lOMta, bearing Trado Mark "Fred.
trie Atherton t Co., Marion, N. J," manufactured
by United Statea Watch Co., (alien, Walee k Co.,) haa
been carried by me from December, 1858 to Jan. it,
1870, ita total variation being only two acconda in the
mtlro time. -I.. I:. CmiTiiSiirK, tale llegieter v. ,
A Fine Thing- for till-Ta-rtli. The fragrant
K020DONT baa taken a very prominent place among
the moet approved dentrlflcca of tho day. It la a very
popular artlclo for the toilet, highly recommended by
all who have used it, aa a beautlncr and preserver of
the teeth, ref rcahlng the mouth, awcetonlng the breath
and arresting the progress of decay.
Npulriltifr'a t'Sliis' mends Furniture, Toyr, &.c.
If Toil Vrrl Itlill, dronay, debllllatcd, bate
frequent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appetite
and tongue coated, you are Buffering 9rom Torpid
tiver or "Biliousness," and nothing will cure you
an speedily and permautntly aa Dr. Here's Golden
lime- ll.llwUT. uis llianil. Accidents will
happen in the best regulated families, and for thla
reason among many others, the Mcstimq LlslsltNT
ehould find a place In the cupboard of e cry household,
In all the world thero la nothing comparable to II
ail application for cuts, contublone, burns, spasms,
and scalds, and when every other preparation that
medical Ingenuity can suggest, has filled to afford re.
liet in iheumatlsm, neuralgia, aore Ihroat, glandular
nwillings, muscular contractlous, cramps, toothache,
lug agrut Immediately aasuagra the iuffercr'a agony
and eventually accomplished a radical cure. Proba
bly there li not a connoisiour In horse flesh or an
amateur horseman in tho Und who docs not know,
ctttirr from personal obacrvallou or report, that tho
Mcstinu Liniment is the tvprrme rrmidy for all ex
ternal dlMasia and injurlcn of the horse.
.IK XIT.V.I.V WHVI.S.
At loslan wells take their namo from a
province anciently called Artcsluni, nioro
itceutly Atlols, In tho northern patt of
1'iancc, where they have long beon used.
Hut theso deep boilngs weie by no means
introduced there. They wero long before
mado in Italy, and thero Is at least proba
ble evidence thatmany centuries earlier
Ktlll they nere in use in Egypt. ct earli
er, tlieio Is hardly a doubt, they wero
known In China, where, to this day, they
are nioro numerous and deeper than any
where else in tho world. A missionary
speaks of ono small province whero " they
may lm counted by tho tens of thousands,
many of them sunk In remote ages."
The principle depended on for their suc
cess Is simple. Probably two-thirds of tho
surface of tho earth rests on "stratified
rocks," which arn everywhere found ar
ranged In tho same order. The convul
sions of other agos have, In certain places,
lifted these up, und broken through them
In tho mountain ranges; as if pressuro
from beneath should break through sovor
al f hecl of paper, and leave, tho folds tilled
tip at various Inclinations. Home of these
strata aro neatly impervious to water, whllo
others allow It to pass quilo freely through
them. Tho consequence Is, that much of
tho rain which falls upon tho hills and
mountains Instead of running oil' In tho
surface streams, passos between theso dif
ferent strata, and follows them down into
the ilKtant valleys. Often It will thus hap
pen that sumo of these subterranean
streams, when at tho lower points of the
far oil' basin, m e several thousand feet bu
low llio surface, whllo others, which had
run between different strata on the moun
tains, aro fouu I at a leu depth bolow tho
surface when arrived In tho valley. A
littlo rellectlou upon tho upheaval of
tho mountains will show how thoso
strata found out-cropping near Its top
should bo lowest beneath tho surface at tho
bottom; consequently, tho water contincd
by tliem would havo tho greatest pressure,
and rise highest If tho',stroani were tapped.
On this account It Is that In boring wells, If
tho first water round does not rlso to llio
top of tho well, tho boring Is continued ;
nnd niton 11 has to bo carried down iast
soerul streams or subterranean lakes, till
ono Is found upon which thero Issufllclcut
pressuro lo bring Hie water to tho surface.
A good illustration of this dllfuslou of wa
lor between llio different layers of rock was
found In one locality In the North of Prance,
where-, jn digging In search of coal, seven
distinct sheets of water wero passed; the
lirFl at snvciity-six feet below tho sutfacc,
tiio second ul threo hnndtul and seven ; llio
third at II vo hundred and thlrly-sovon ;
llio louilh at six hundred and forty-live;
tho 11 Rh at seven hundred and sixty-eight
Hie sixth at eight hundred nnd eighty, anil
tlio seventh at one thousand and thirty.
In Ixn lug artesian wells, It Is necessary
to keep out water from lesorvolrs, which,
for any reason, aro not satisfactory. This
is dono by driving down a tube, as tho bor
ing ptocecds, that tits tightly Into tholpcr
foration. If tho well wero twolvo Inches
In diameter, for example, as far ai tho flrst
water, which would rlso to tho top, (but
which, from Inadequate supply, or any
other cause, was not satisfactory), and then
were reduced to nlno Inches from thence to
the second supply reached, It Is easy to seo
that tubes might bo arranged, ono within
the other, which should bring up tho prod
uct of the two reservoirs separately. A
further teductlon of tho boro might carry
the well down to a third reservoir; and
another to a fourth, and so on. Then by
fitting tubes from each to tho top, wo might
havo several distinct streams pouring out
of tho samo well, tho central ono being un.
dcr tho greatest pressure, and tho walor rls
ing higher than tho others. This Is In fact
dono, tho water from tho different spouts
dllferlng sometimos not n littlo In charac
ter. Ono point of dlfleronco Is always ox
peeled. Tho deeper wo descend tho warm
er tho water becomes, though tho rato of
Incrcaso in temperature varies In different
places. At Paris It was found lo bo about
ono degreo Karenholt forovory llfty-clght
feet of doscont. At St. I.onlsaliout ouo lie
crco foroveryolghty-thrcefeot'; at Charles
ton. H. C, ono lor fifty-two and a half. Wa
lor from the famous well at Crenelle, near
Paris, Is of tho uniform tomperaturo of 82
ilezrces. whllo thoinoan lotnporaturo oi tus
nlaco Is but (31 degroos. Ono tiso to which
tho water Is put, Is warming tho hospital
located thero. In Wurlcmbiirgh largo
tn.snu factories nro warmed In a slmlla
way, tho water being carried through tho
buildings In metallic pipes. A constant
temperature of 17 degrees Is said to bo thus
maintained whllo tho Icmporatttro wlliout
la nt r.o ro. Another Incidental mo of wn
tor from nrtcslim wells In ni n motor, tho
wntor coming out with n forco nufllclcnt to
drlvo engines of many liorao power.
In rcirard to tho comparative depths to
which theso wells nro carried, It Is conced
ed that tho Chlnco take tho palm. Some
of their wells nro Mid to bo tlireo thousand
focttlcop. Tho deepest In Knropo n fow
yonrs ago (and wo liollovostlll), was ono In
Silesia, 2,300 feet. Ono In Columbus, Ohio,
Is 2,600 feet. A well, which has beronio
somewhat famous, (Iur In St. TvOtils by a
prlvnto firm to supply rt sugar rcflnory, Is
two thousand ono hundred and nlncty.nlno
fiel deep. Tho frttnons ono In Oroncllo Is
ono thousand sovon hundred nnd ninety-
two, nnd was about eight years In digging.
Tho discouragements hero were so great
that It would Imvo boon abandoned nfler It
had reached llllecn hundred feel, bad It not
been for tho earnest oppoalj of Arago. Kir
leen Iitttidrcd fect was about tho depth to
which scientific men had predicted It must
Ono most Important use or artesian noils
Is Tor purpotos of Irrigation In desert ro
gloni. Tho Krcnch Oovornincnt havo bored
a largo numbor of them In Algiers within
a row years, and tho natlvo Shlcks, though
at first very skeptical, havo moro recently
beou following Its example. The work Is
not dlillcult there, supplies or water being
loundntso small a depth as ono to two
hundred feet. Though not altogether pal
atablo It answers well for Irrigation and Is
nU unwholesome. A traveler In tho re
gion says "every well becomes tho nucleus
of a sc'tltcuionl propoi Honed to tho supply
of water, and several nomado tribes havo
abandoned their wandering life, establish
cd themselves around tho wells, and plant
ed many thousands of palm trees, besides
other pcrrcnlal vegetables. If tho
supply of water shall provo adequate for
tho Indcllnlto extension of tho system, It Is
probably destined to produce a greater ge
ographical transformation than has over
been effected by any scheino of human Im
piovcmenl." l'M.i.otvsro.Tri .v.tna.v,!.
Tho hungry patrons of cheap restaurants
down town mast occasionally havo been
edlllcd by tho nolico posted conspicuously
over the counter, that "all pastry consumed
In this establishment is mado on thcprcml
scs." Without committing ourselves lo
llio general prlnciploor piotectlon for homo
manufactures, wo may nlTord lo rejoicoat
any measure tending to encourage tho
practice of doing our own pleasuring with
in our own borders. Tho recent act of Con
gress concerning a singularly picturesque
tract of laud known as tho Yellowstone le
gion, will call attention to tho unexampled
richness of Montana and Wyoming Terri
tories 03 a field for the artist or tho pleas
ure tourist, whllo It a ims to ensure that
the region in question shall be kept In Hie
most favorable condition to attract travel
and gratify a cultivated and intelligent
curiosity. By tho Act, sotno 2300 squnio
miles of territory at tho head-waters of tho
Yellowstone river aro set apart as a Na
tional Park (I) witit a Superintendent (tho
Secretary of tho Interior) authorized to tako
all measures lo keep the region In such
condition as most fully to answer its pur-
pose of a gigantic pleasuro-ground. Verily
a colossal sort of junketing-placo I Tho
lankee In llio slory book elaJmcil that
America could boast of bigger lakes, larger
rivers, louder thunder, and forkeder light-
nlug than any other country. If any ono
doubt this hereafter, wo shall refer him to
llio Yellowstone Park. Everything in it
seems on a scale out or all proportion to
ordinary cxpcrlenco and conventional
habits or thought. Whllejruropcan poten
tates spend millions on millions of francs
to dig out little rills or lakes, or painfully
heap up little nuggets of rock-work In their
artificial pleasure grounds, Nature has
glcn us ono hero, ready made, which
dwarfs every other, natural or manufact
ured. As littlo children of a holiday after
noon amuse themselves with building
dams, cutting canals, and raising mud Ml
locks in tho cabbage garden or the gutter,
so here tho Titans and -'Eons of tho elder
world seem lo have refreshed themselves,
in some leisure cycle of geologic growth,
with playing at bcenery. They did Itlusll.
iy and von (more. Why should wo waslo
ourselves in unpatrlrllc wonderment over
tho gorge of tho Tamlua or tho Via Mala,
when Nature has furnished us with tho
Grand Canon of tho Yellowstone, In which
Hie famed Swiss ra ires would bo but as a
crevlcoor awrluklo? Why run acioss tho
soa to sllllo and sneeze over tho ill odors of
Solfaterra, when wo can spoil our lungs or
our trow serstobcttcrc fleet, and on an iucoui
parably larger scale, with the gigantic boil
Ing springs and geysers of Molilalia? And
why strain and stiffen our backs In staring
up at Ternl or tho Scbmadribacb, which
aro but as sido-Jcts and spray-Hakes to tho
Titanic majesty of Wyoming Lower Kali ?
Of the detailed wonders which wo hero
only hint at, no reader of our Magazlno for
tho last year or two will need lo bo remind
ed. It will not bo foigolleu thalnlong with
our descriptions and Illustrations of this
curious tract, tho suggestion was mado
which has been carried out in Ihotecent
action of Congress. A contemporary pub
lication has lately discussed with soino
gravity tho question whether tho lido of
mountain travel can over bo oxpectod to
sot westward, wliellicr Amurlfans or Ku
ropoaiu, turiiliif,' away from tlio familiar
terrors of tlio Alpi, may bo drawn to whet
tliclr appctlto fur ndvotituro on the iicaku
and ravliKH of tlio Blcrrns, and Shasta or
Mount Tyndall come to bo in fascinating
to tlio ull-coii'iucrln); cragsmen as tlio Lys
is mini or the MfttWrlioru. Tlio present
dlsdosurei certainly lend to render It pro-
bablc. Wlion tlio North I'aclllo road, us
wo aio led to liopo will bo llio case, drops
us In Montana lu Unco dayH jouruoy, wo
may bo luro that tho tldo of uumuicr tour
Ing will bo porccptlbly diverted from Iiu-
ropean tlcldx. Yatiicoo cnlorpruo will dot
the new l'ark with lioslchles and furrow
it with lines of lra el. That tho llfu will
for some tlmo to como bo frightfully rough,
tho Inconveniences plentiful, nnd tho dan
gcrs many nnd appalling, Is likely enough
nut that Is not tho spleo which will most
tickle the palate of our advcntuioiis tour
lsts and men of hcleneo. fScrlbner'ii,
Tun Nkw 1'ohtai, Coiik. Under tho
now postal code, which boennio u law Just
at llio closv of tlio last kcksIoii of Congress,
tho following aro tho rales to bo charged on
third class printed 'matter, namely: On
all pamphlets, occasional publications,
translont newspapers, niagailncs, hand
bills, postors, unsoaled circulars, prospec
tuses, book manuscripts, proof-sheets, cor
rected proof-sheets passing between author
and publisher, iloxlblo patterns, samplo
cards, pholograpiuo paper, letter envelopes.
postal envelopes nnd wrappors, cards, plain
and ornamental pnper. pliologranhlo rcpro
unntatlvos of different tvnes. seeds, cuttings,
liulliH. roots nnd scions, a nostago of ouo
cent for each two ouuecs or Iracllon thorcof
on packages to ouo nuttross, ui uo propaiu
imitiiU In wnbrlitt mi saintilesof lucrchan
illso. metals, ores ami miiieralogical sncci
mens, two cents for each two ounces ur
fraction thereof, packages limited totwelvo
ounces in weigiu.
ny posiaxo-Kiuuip-s aiuswii un n w..- auacucd to imiiur, iiiki inn
(othor than those- printed by ordor of Con. blaJ 80 Umt whell ,,u Krol,
grcssi postago ui iwo coins ir wan .,u , . . . . .
f.!,n.n,rnllr.nll,nrif. limited 111 four UlOy Ctll bo placed llOriZOIlIll
Tho liberal republican stalo cominltlco
met at Itutland on Saturday and Issued an
addross to tho people. Tlioy havo estab
lished their head-quarters forthocampatgn
at tho Central house, Itutland.
Tho re.'cnt convention of tho free-traders
and othcis anxious of uniting on Charles
Krancls Adams as a candldalo for tho Pres
idency at Now York was not public, but It
Is said that IMwnril Atkinson urged tho
nomination of Adams, and that (Ircclcy
was denounced by tho majority of thoso
present. Tho convention finally united on
William H. flroesbeck of Ohio as candldalo
for President, and Vied, Law Olmsted of
Now York for Vlco Presidential nomlneo,
Tho movement Is icgarded as of Utile con
sequence. It must bo admitted, says (In) Now York
Nation, that tho nomination of (Ircolcy by
tho domocrats will bo on tho whole, tho
most ludicrous end which over overtook a
great organization. Wo know of nothing
In sacred or profano literature to which It
can bo likened, except tho rush of thoswlno
In tho New Tetinaent, "down n steep ptaco
Into tho sea," when tho devils entered Into
Vlco President Colfax publishes it card
declining to bo a candldalo for congress
man at largo.
Tho Molno Republican Slalo Convention
ru-uomiuatcd Gov. Pcrham.
Tho Nebraska Democrats havo Indorsed
tho Cincinnati platform and candidates, us
havo also thoso of California, Arkansas and
Minnesota! whllo those of Alabama, Ken
tucky and Maryland exhibit a decided
leaning In tho satno direction.
Kaoih Co.NcmiNiNO Ton.tceo. Tho Now
York Commercial Advertiser furnishes
the following catechetical statcmont iclal
lng to tho consumption of tobacco :
.Mr. A., how many kinds of tobacco do
you recognlzo In conimercoT"
'Two; chowlngaml smoking."
'How about snuff?"
'That's Included with tho chewing tobac
To what countries do we cxpmt tobac
We scud about li'i.OOO hogsheads to
Kranco (a hogshead weighs from 600 to 1,-
000 pounds), 10,000 lo Spain, 15,000 to Italy,
15,000 to Oer'iianv, 5,000 to Austria and
from 30,000 to 10,000 lo England."
'How much tobacco do wo consumo In
this country simply for chow Ing and snuff
ing?" 1 10,000,000 pounds. Tills at 15 cents per
pound would amount to $21,000,000; which
goes Inlo the hands of llio producer. 810,
000,000, I should say, goes lo the retail deal
er. Tills lor chewing and sunning alone,
and that Is only tho commencement of tho
storv. You would despair at tho smoking
"Well, liow many cigars wero smoked
ccimi ing tr (fen. Ploasanlnn, who col
lected llio lax on them, thero were l.airj,-
2-10,000 ciaars used last jour. These cigars
wero undoubtedly ictallcd at 10 cents a-
piece. So wo sinokcdup in thlscountry last
year $133,221,000 worlh of tolncco."
"How much was spent for Hour, then?
'O, I supposo about SiOO.Oi'O.OOi)."
'Now that littlo S133,22l,OiU w as paid out
for cigais only, how much would It be fur
chewing tobacco, snuff and cigais?"
As near as I can estimalo it, about $2
An Indian Dkluok. Ilomliay papers
clve an account of a ferritin cyclone, which
occurred at Madras llio tlrst wfcck in May,
sweeping inland as far as Vellore, destroy
Ing ono thousand lives, leaving two lliou-
sand people homeless, and threo thousand
more destitute. Tlio particulars aro as fol
"It appears that rain commenced to fall
at Vellore on Wednesday, when two Inches
wero registered. AH Wednesday night
and Thursday morning It poured Inccss
anlly, tho water streaming out of tho clouds
'In bunches,' as on Imaginative eye-witness
expressed II. About 3 o'clock It ceiscd
raining, but it few minutes nltcrwnrd tho
wholo town was startled by tho sudden de
scent of what seemed lo be a sea of water,
which swept liko n storm-wave over tho
whole cantonment, entering tho very wind
ous of soino of tho house-', and driving tho
occupants to the rool's or upper storlos, cor
oring the cantonment road lo a depth of
fivo Teet, and carrying everything that
could not resist Its forco beforo It. Itsap
proach was so sudden that thero was no
llnio to mako preparations for escape. A
confused roar of rushing wators, accom
panied by tho crashing ol walls and trees
was ho id, ond tho people looked out of
their bouses to behold their compounds
covered with water, and their very lives
threatened by llio rapidly rising Hood. Tlio
cause of tho flood was soon surmised. It
was known that llio flood walcrs had como
from some of tho largo Irrigation tanks sit
uated on higher ground a few miles out of
Velloie. They nro all connected with ono
another, and llio supposition is Ihat the
higher tank went first and brought down
all tho others liko a pack of cards. Five of
tho irrigation tanks burst their bonds, and
altogether forty tanks In tho neighborhood
have burst. What tho volumo of water
wajlh.it caino rushing down on tho lower
part of Velloio may bo Imagined when wo
say that the flood Is said by tho authorities
at tho staliou to havo been a mllo in width
nnd eight lo leu lect in dcplli In tlio main
channel. Tlio district known ns tho Cus-
bali contained alone about '2,'M Inhabitants,
and there not n single house has escaped.
ThoHimo remark applies lo Ihollnosoftho
families of tho Thirteenth, Fourteenth and
Hovciitconlli icgtmcnls. Tho dead bodies
havo been collected and burled in largo
deep tronehes nulsldo tho town."
Manaouaiim: 11am.oon. Tlio ndvocatcs
of tho possibility of utilising tho balloon
for tho ovory day purposes ofllfo havo been
greatly encouraged by tho result of a scries
of experiments lately mado lu Tarls by M
Dupuy do Lome, nnd recently comnmnl
caled to tlio Academy of Sciences. Tills
gentleman Is nn eminent French engineer,
and well acquainted with both tho theory
nnd practice of his profession j and his at
tcntion was especially called, during the
slego of 1'jrls, to the importance of liavln
n balloon which possessed some power of
Ho lias completed tho tlrst construction
according to bis now plan, nnd mado, as he
claims, entirely successful experiments
with It. Tho balloon Is in tho shapo of an
enormous egi, tho longer axis horizontal,
with nn oblong car suspended from It. The
total length Is 118 feet, and Us dlamclor nt
tho point of greatest ctrcuinff roucn 40 foot.
Tlio rudder by which the balloon is ulcered
Is a plain triangular surface, made ofuuvar-
ulshod calico, and constructed so as lo turn
easily on IU forward extronilty, Tho car
Is of wicker-work, containing n windlass
fur tlio scrow, eight men to manago it, am!
Is capnblo nf carrying foitrleou persons.
Tlio rudder Is fixed to tlio balloon Itself,
nnd tlio scrow Is below It nnd Immediately
Ing only two
nil Is touched
lly to escapo
Injury, Tho windlass which turns tho
scrow Is worked by four to eight men, Tlio
envelope of tho balloon la composed nf
Tho constructor does nut pretend to bo
nblo In mako n direct movement against
llio wind, but only lo dovlale from Its dir
ect act when running beforo It. Ho expects
to bo nblo In tack lo tho right or loft, but
does not hopo lo bo nhlo to beat to tho wind
ward. Tlieio Is a second balloon attach,
menl to the, bottom of (ho main balloon,
forming n kind of compartment, occupying
about ono-lcnlh of tho cubic space of tho
balloon, and serving to keep it stlll'aud of
llio required shape.
In tho experimental dip of M. Do I.oine
a half gain was blowing, nnd tho result an
sworcil entirely In his expectations. Tho
scrow drovo tho balloon about fivo mllos
m hour quicker than the wind was blow
ing, and by tho use of Hie rudder the cnurso
of tho balloon could be altered eleven de
grees, either way, from the set nf Hie wind.
TlMiKisH AiisTiisitorsNiiNs. Constanti
nople Is tho most temperate capital of lis
slzo In the world. Spending day nfler day
In tho open nlr, wandering among the com
mon folk, having nt ono time several peo-
plo in tny employ, oven In the lilting air
beforo tlay-llgiit I never found any Turk
drinking stronger boveragu than coffee.
Hut that Is nothing to their great annual
fast. During tho llamadan, which lasts u
wholo month, from sunrbo lo sunset tho
panting boatman, tho heavy-laden porlcr
will touch nothing llkn food, not even to
bacco, and no drink whatever ; and at sun
down will mako up for Ibis absllueneo not
by u drunken carouse, but by a larger dish
oPplleu and n longer sinoko of Uilajiht.
To bo sure, tempcrancu Is u part 01 too
Turk's religion, but Is It not of ours?
And that religion an Inmost tlio as we
call It has something very real In lis w or
h:p at four In Hie morning Hicywriound,
Us ludlllctenco to "Inlldcl gaze," (lie hcarll-
nossofoll Its observances, tlio severity of
Itsdtlly self-denials. Orion have I l'uiind
the shop entirely opou while tlio shopman
was at Ids prayers, and I have taken tip tlio
goods to seo if an body would remonstrate,
und laid them down again without any
body's Interference. And bow often hao
I watched tlio thiu-clad boatman kueellug
in tir.iver on llio wet sand or In drizzling
rain, "tlio world forgetting, lay tho world
rorgot I" Jlcv. '. H". Holland in Lippui-
Oni: of Tun Mosr Kxtiinsivu Cavi:s In
the country has been discovered near Shut
ters Corners, Schoharie County, N. Y. A
party who visited It tho oilier day, report
that they penetrated under tho mountain
about a mile, and found an lmmcnso n-
mount of tho linet specimens and forma
tions caused by the action of wider. Some
of tho stalactites and stalagmites were a
foot or moro in diameter, and so clear that
you could nearly seo through them. A
pctrllled slump, similar to lho-o recently
found at fillboa (tho color being white),
was found about hall' a in i lo from tho en
trance. 2car the ceulro was a doino about
100 feet In height, which, when lighted up,
presents a most beautiful appearance, it be
ing covered with stal.ictllea of all shapes
and appearance. Owing In the walcr far
ther progress of the party was picvented.
The pioprletor Intends lo procure a canvas
boat for tlio purpose of crossing this Iiltli-
eito unexplored sea, and expects to find
tho piincipal part of the eavo beyond. Tho
theory is that tills cao connects with what
Is known as Hall's cave some tlvo miles
distant. If such bo the case, then there Is
ample room for the most exton-Ivo cavoln
the country being located sumo f,00 fect
under ono of tho niosl massive lock for
mations in tho slate. The proprietor In-
tends to take measures Immedlalely to
drain off the water, clear out the passage
ways, and mako it moro easy of access.
Nolrotiblols experienced oven now, for
thero aro only two cr three places where a
porson la compelled to sloop a little to get
through. Tho enure instance can no trav
ersed without any inconvenience. Tho
eavo contains a mineial spring boiling up
from beneath the rocks, the water of which
has been analv.ed and found to contain
Iron In largo quantities.
Tin: SiiotvrrsT Man. Some cleiks were
waiting In tlio Treasury Department for
tiio opening of business. Ono said to tho
'Who is thu shortest man mentioned In
The old Joo Millers were all exhausted.
'Nchemiah, (kncc-high-mlah), Illldad tlio
To oil answors tho clerk replied
"Wo givo up," was tho response,
"Peter," was tlio leply.
"Peter I" they all cried ; "ho was a stout,
large, athletic man."
'Can't help it. Ho was the shoitest man
I over read of in the Illble. Ho said lm
had neither silvor nor gold, and a man Is
pretty shoil, who hasn't any money."
4 i'llOSIIV IlLIICK,
POTTER & BARNARD.
rii.tiu: jis'i1 ni:i:i:insMi'
SEW SPRING GOODS,
Including all tLoluttut itjUn f tbesf&ion.
IIUUSN flOOIlM, sit'ITI.XJH,
SIIAU'LN, V.V1I1T1: C.OtiltH, Ac.
LINENS, TOWEUNlU, 1'f.ANNr.LB, & COUNTER
re xc? XT is a,
CmiHIliC k HWNH, I.ACKfl h UMultOlHEIUEB
aim jfjf.'.vrx yon
Krlltuii slrlcll; tinursl tlwxls at tl Invrsl rrtcra.
nEMCMDEn THE TLAOD,
-I CROSBY BLOCK.
1872. SPMNC-. 1872.
list lo hU Ktofk of Hatu, Ciri f nt Viirninh.
lufl Uood, JU., t full tiitl ntmi.lf Iet atuurtmrist nf
conslBlInn of MEN'S YOUTH'S, is BOV'S HL'ITH,
COATS, Vr.STH, PANTB, hlllINO OVKItCOATH, Ac.
Ho will still Keep his iisnal assortment cf
HATS & CAPS,
of all thfi latret Ptjlf And a full 1int rf
(.EM'S lUKMSHLMi (UIODS,
TKUNKS, TRAVELING I1AOS, IAI1I1JJ BlICirTINfl
11.U1S, Ac, fcr.
IMriiAO call mill oxiiiniiio my .stock.
H. E. Taylor,
vo. n UXIOX 11 LOCK
Sird by ItytdjV IT amble ton! in (the tire of Dexter,
who -torn lor jw.uuu; jay uouia ior i..i,uui; oifd,
rmnriairntif llolilrmith Mild. ?La noM for f 10.003
&ul Juditc Fuller ton, for laO.OPO). I)m by Hoc' Ab
dullah Cblif (by Old Abdallah), lil dam by I'hlllipp.
bou of Duroc, Rraud-dtm by lf ruler, ho by Import pu
AienBOUKrri iroiiru mm, uionu-uny, jo iiauur, win
make tue nciaon of 172 at the n toe It farm of tuo iub
Tcrmi, $00 to nit : f 10 at Ibe time of (rnJce, and
130 witru me iiirc i-rovca iu inau
liy Cltrlun, dim by William T( 11, prand-dum by Old
AbJallali; foahdlBCS; Jet Mark, 15 band. WUUIko
Marps krpt at owners rlli. For circular" rIyIdr
lull paruciium, auurpM
3mlJ JFKTIX II. .MOll.TON', Weal ltandolib, Vt.
ONE PEICE STORE
Blognut StoolL of
I ! n I M lo
fSloooirxl 33ttr-5vizi3 ill
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
a. i tiiiAXiri: ni.aoK.
LAIIUEIIT NTOOK Tt Till! STATE,
AT I,II1IXI i-JSXSJJiH,
Q. J. PRATT,
AO. 1 OUAXlTi: IILOOK,
lilt ATTLEBO.RO, MABcn, 1811.
MONTiY CANNOT 1IOV
FOIl BIOIIT IS FIllCELEBH I I
Hut tin lllaniond Kftctarlra nlll l'rcstna It
li? n." "ii?0"'"'.' yii"3 r;rtL srENcut i
CO., N. V. Cie'tlos. NonrniilumilfSsstampra
wun our iraae roars. , ......i ir.
rlsrs and Opticians, ars Sola Acmts for llratt et;oro(
Vt.,from liom tli.yram.ulyl'eonialiira. "''J'1
ars f mi'loyrd
Revolution in Fuel.
YAiMiii i ivi:.tTio.
I Hliaw i:nurniuii Ilaul
.1... i.nr.nu In raialnii k to 1,1 InpltlllO SUd llUd-
dlloa Iron.' burning lime and brick, glasa mailng, dia.
tilling and Heating aa Itetorts, uuw ou eillbmon
and runutug tne ueuiuinr iruu nwi-, vt
City. For permits or inOtationa apply or addreaa.
If iou Mlus roar cjrslntit w ttirsa VEnrrCT
H. around from Uikuts usibiai. i-nij.
tea'tbsT.snd dcriretlislr nania'-Illameoil' ou
TSISF. ISSTRCHENTS COSTilS THK
IIEAUTITUI. VOX HUMANA TMIMOI.O
Wonderful Vox Jubilantc,
lurfiotriir.STs rrci'LUn to asp orioinai. wtnt Tin
1 Urge mitt; ct BniliM 5l lf, iiifUi U til irqairturBll ill
tutu. Mi Id IllailnlfJ ralilKfof.
tT Eer Instrument Full, Warranted,
This Is nn ngo of inquiry and peoplo nro
beginning to realize tlio magnituda of tho
tvil caused by the use of injurious compounds
for tho linir. which nra nrrnarod nnd forced
Into market, by men who nro not practical
bhyslclans, and who may not bo aware of tho
Injury they aro producing. Tlicso prepara
tions have been analyzed by competent chem
ists, nnd shown lo contain poironous sub
stances, causing Nervousness, Headache, Par
alysis, and often fatal results.
In contrast with such Injurious articles, we
Jail attention to tho Hair Kcstorcr prepared
by nr. 11. urccne, buperintcmlcnt of the iioi
ton Medical Institute, who lins been n suc
cessful physician In Boston for more than a
quarter of a century. Dr. Orccno uses Veg
etable Remedies only, nnd can assure tho pub
lic that this Hair Restorer will do all that is
claimed for it, without a possibility of injury.
11 1 have tetlcd a tample of Dr. Greene's Hair
Restorer, and find that no poisonous metals or
injurious matters exist tn it.
V. T. JACKSOX, Stall Assaxjer.
Tho uso of this Hair Restorer for twenty
fivo years lias tested its superiority as a dress
ing, and its power to preserve tue hair and
scalp In a healthy condition. It removes
dandruff, prevents llio hair from falling off.
preserves its natural color, restores it when
prematurely gray, renders It soft ond glossy.
promotes Its healthy growth, and is the best
urcssing ever discovered, nlulo other prep
arations ore sold at almost any price, Dr.
Greene's Hair Restorer has sustained Its good
qualities, its price, and its reputation. It V
prepared by Dr. R. Greene at the Medical In
stitute, 31 Tcmplo riace, llostcn, and sold nt
SI per bottle, or six for $5, or cent by ex
press to nny part of the country, l'auiphlct
sent free. Address Dr. It. Greene, 31 Tcm
plo 1'lace, Boston, Mass.
No, 34 Temple Place,
n. s. russell, rwt.
V. It. Vf ILDUR, Seer'.
K. GREENE, M. D ,
Office Hours, 0 to 2.
The object In establishing this Institution
tins lo attain Iho greatest perfection In tho
preparation, practice and uso of Vegetable
Remedies, nnd to securo a permanent place
whero Families, Invalids, or any person could
obtain tho best medical advice, and such rem
edies as each might require, without tho uso
of poisonous drucs.
llr. Urccne lias Dccn rnysician oi tue insu-
tuto since its foundation, now moro than
twcnlv-fivo vcars. Few men havo had bo
largo experience in the treatment of chronic
diseases, iir. Urecno is in ins uiiy-iuiu year
and has devoted his llfo to Ibis branch of his
profession, and his success, we believe is vf lth-
Among tho diseases to which ho gives es
pecial attention may be noticed Cancer, Scrof
ula, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Consumption, Heart
Disease, Neuralgia, Asthma, Nervousness,
Rheumatism, Taralysis, Spinal Diseases, Dys
pepsin, Liver Complaint, Fcmalo Complaints,
lntnt Htomacn, Lrysipcias, niiiio nwcuing,
Salt Rheum, Canker, Deafness, Kidney Dis
eases, Seminal Weakness, &c.
Dr. Greene's Medical Pamphlet, descrip
tive of diseases and thelrpropcrtreatmcnt, will
bo sent free to invalids.
Address. R. GREENE, M. D.,
31 Tcmplo l'lace, Boston., Mass.
IiVH'OUTAM' TO Til K AITI.Ii;TKU
UU. UOWcoutlnucito be cdubuIUiI athltolhce
rv.ari. t Ju (I rnritr-f.tt Klrc4t. Ikittlutl. fill tttl llibt ttfcCI Of
I'liiVA'iK nit UKLIUAli: NA'f L'ltK. Ly a long
course ul itudyaud jractlcaltiitriciittnf uullmiua
exicui, ur. U, URi ouw tue KUtiiuvauyu u I'lmiuna-B
tbe unfortunate HitU reiucitlte that Li.euijHr, viuce
he urat.utroduct-ct thcio, fallctl to cure tne moiiaiarm
tug caiCM of UONUUltlliKA ANU HVrUILlS. Uc
ueath hU trtatmtut all the horror of veuirctl ana im
pure blood, Impotency. BcrtfuU, Uouorrhtta, Ulcer,
juiu and diitrcn in tho rcgioue of proemtion, lu
tlammatlou of the Bladder aud Kidueja, Hjdroctle,
Abcciici, Hutnora, frightful buellioB", aud tho loug
traluof horrible ajiuptoinaattt-udiDif thlicUiaof dli
caie, are made to become i harialeii aa the Btnii lot
alllDRl OI ft CI111U. niJII.Aij iii.nn.'u.J.i.
deotea a great iartof bla time to the treatmentof
thone eaara cauacd by a iccret and solitary habit,
which ruin tho body and miud, nuiittluB the unfor
tunate iudiiidual for builutaa or aocicty. Kome if
the aad and melancholy effecta produced by early
habltaof yoniu, are nriiorn ui me ubiiuu iiui-,
Dizilneaaof the Head, Dtmneaaof Bight, palpitation of
the Heart, Iyapepia, Kenoumeia, leraniiemeutof
tne UlCCiino iuncuuii. ojini'iviu-, -.
ncU on MtA ta u4a.UL.and IpMVif
memory, confufion of ideaa, drprtaaion cf plritt, eril
forebodlnca, atriion of society, s If dlatruat, timidity,
&Cs, are among the eyila produced. Hueh pfraona
ahould, before contemriatiug matrimony, conault a
health and happinc-a, t..i.
PatieuUMnoiiu iu rnuim V..i.Tui..V JiVh
ment a few tiaya or ikhi -
pleaaantrooma, and chargea for board moderate.
V Mrdiclnea sent to all parts of the country, with full
directions for uw, ou receiving deacriptlonof our
caie" llr. Uow has alto for aale the French rapotter,
warranted tue ieaipreeuiir. u.uu ...
for tl and a red stamp,
HI ti II lV IM l'O UTA NT TO FBM A 1KH
iu Delicate litHh. lr. liow, rb)itciau ud
v.. t itO Kuiitoutt Htrekt. liostou.U consult
ed Uily for dUeaaee incident to the female system.
FroUpsHB Uteil, or falling of tho Womb, Huor Albu,
suppression, wiuc 1 J
.ii iiium imw iistholotikal principles, and
speedy relief guaranteed in a few days. Ho tm ariably
certaiu is tho ue mode cf treatment, that most uhatl-
uatecomplainisjieiu uuuer n, wu im tatiwn j,,VH
soou rejoices in perfect health.
DrIowhaa uu doubt had greater eipcrlcuceln the
core of diseases of women and children, than any oth
er physician In iioilon.
Hoarding accommodations for patients who may
-t.htn.tBvin Hoi ton s few dan under his treatment.
Dr. How, alncelHiS, hat lug confined his wboleatteu
tlou toanofhee practice, for the cure of prlate dis-
H, h All lettera must contain four red stamps, or
they will not bo anavtrcd. umce noursirom n a. u
to 9 1. M
m,mitiiV (lUUi'lN AIIi CASKS. Oil
(j no charges made. Dr. Dow la consulted daily
from 8 A M. to B I'. M. above, upon all dlracult or
i.f,rAniAiiiukafsofev4.rr name and nature, hating by
his unwearlid attention and extraordinary aucceia
gained a repuiaiion wbuhuui iueut irciu
r i , om.nipv la ntitftlu advice.
Among the phjitdans in HoitoB.nonestaud blgher
in tbeproivsiou man iu tvuiu nui
vn.iiii Ktri-t. liostou. Those who need theservlce
of an experienced phyalclanandaurgeonshould give
him a call.
i m Dr. Dow tmnorta and baaforialeanrwarti
clecalledtbeFnnch secret. Orderbymsll. Iwofor
llandartdttamp. apr'JMW lylW
THK inbarriber has taken rooms in It) thet'i build
ing, two doors north of the rturnix office, wtcre he
will furnish Command Caskets at wholesale ind rt
allt and lllnit at fuufrsU.furulibloprolri, Ar,
II, II, HOVLK.
BUT COTTAGE 01GAI,
" 1 ns
UNITED BTATE-J 7ATCTI CO'fl WAT0HE3.
Ifafefc A"o. 1CW, : f. Wa'r', f.,., Ftcn.Vi'lni'.er-
n-alri o. ItSI. X . -i Walrti t o., rtcrAVIm
tch Co.. ui- i ryf,e
Tatth Ko. 103T, X: n. Wr.teh
iTateh tt'o. seltr, V. II. Watch Co. nrU'.lo.i, IJaccomlolnlnflyomontln.
1. VnouMAN, .13lA-r... 3. .f . .'. It.
lovo, V. II. Watthc,. ( irla:t.,n, .1 rccon.li I ltv.i month;.
Walth 2t. StfltO.X:
:.. Wnlch-o.,r.tcnWlrilpr-varl.iil.n,sccnniHlnfmrninnil. ,.
H. II. nn:, Cr.n rarJib Vummlnp, IU trmte.-r.., 1
Watch -V". 10.: IX,"
. V.'aTI, Co., r.ltr.1 Winder
. !itJ)01,X fl. Wstrhf .ftrm Wlmlir Trlllo3.C'Conilllf.vomnnlhe
Cuss. H. Woir, f.m Cflcu. 11. XWftt CD , Iterlfil., C1rfrtm;'l Ms
iratrh .Vo. It M,
Ilofrh .Vo. tl'J.t, 1
. V.-Mrh To., btent Wln,lcr-vnrlill"!i,CDseconclln etttit months. ,
jAsisIl.Ilvsit,ofKiliyc'jCo.,r-!!liJ-oi,fiwy.,V 3 CUv.
. Watch Co.. Ptcm Wlmlcr-varted 1 srcoml a wee', for fourteen month;.
II. Las-iso, .Vanayer KnUUrt-otUr Us Ins. Co., IjI Vnudway, A. 1 I
iratri Ko. snxn.x:
. !i. WnlchCo. rarlallou.il
TTitteh .Vo. ln.'.H.X'.
Wateh .Vo. 1804, x:
rateh Ao. ItW.V.
'. n. Wii'ch Co. i arlatlon, 3 ecronds In threo months.
tr-.. r.. --'-.( In-i.
. Walrhf'o. va-lallm,7pceo!idil-if.vomo!itln.
.1 so, w. Hum!, .Vta.'a -Ijrnf, Amt'erdam I ir, f .,',','
ir.id, .v... nini.x:
.t, V.'attli Co., r.tcu. Winder
natch Ao. 1011.V. !
irntch A'o. 11.-.4.X: I
. Watth Co., r.terl Winder
. Wr i('or-tcr.l Wlndjr
1" ontl.X' . V.'tlchCo., n:trt Winder
, mi, r. '.. Watcli Co., Mcu Wllider-
, tVJOlS, t'.n. WatchOo., Rtem Winder
llnfele .Vo. B331,V.
natch .v.,. urn, v.
. ft. Watch Co., Btcnl Indcr-
. WsUh Co., tjter.1 Winder-
120S.V. r- V.'atiUCo.,Etem Wliider
"or. I ll. Watch Co., Clem Winder
Match J'o. 13.003, t". !'-. Wotih Co., 1'uni Wlnder-
1lafci Ao. SOJtlt), V. I'. Watch C-i., tc. i Winder
Hatch Vo. ntllt.V. . . V.'nlch Co. variation. 20
Vateh .Vo. S7M, V. t). Watch Co.-varlatlon, 1
Iflee Lists furnished tho trado on npnlicatlon,
Aslc your jewcier 10 seo mo juamw.,
HEWAItE of worthless imitations with uhich the country is flooded. To tmulvnn.
tilion, see that the words MA1UON, X. J., an enorated. m t',t ptuto o:er Via Maui-.r
Viirrel. All others an spurious.
W0I'EcFLTuf 00113 United States Watch Co.
GILES, BRO. & CO.,
3 and 85 State Street, Chicago, TIL,
Every Man his own Physician,
rpnK Immense dfrnund for ITOLLOWAY'fl
riLLH anil UINTMKNT ha tempted
unrrincipleil pattic to counterfeit these Yalu
1 able moJtcinci. ,
In order to protect the pUDiip anl ourselTCf,
we have limuea a tieir " Tra1o Mark." rotnitt
iii?ofnn KirTptiftn circlo of ta ierpent, with
tbe letter II fa the centre. Herr box of pen
ntn JIoi.i-ow' i'ltsM otta OmtuMT will
havo this trdJo mark on it ; nono aro fenuino
without it, ' i
N. Y. CmincAL Co., Sole rroprktorn,
JS MalJea Imef Xew York.
A3JIllICA:i AND rOI.LIGN TATtNTP.
R. H. EDDY.
ROLICITOlt OF PATTMS lOIt
1NVF.NT10NH, 1HALE MAHKH,
No. 7C Plate Strett, opposite Eilty btie-t, ronton,
AFTEI1 an extensile practice of upwards of thirty
years, cimtinuea to ftcurc Iateutsin the I'nltid
htates ; alto in areat liiiiniu, I ranie and othir fi rtigu
countries. Caeat, tt(lh(atioLa, At.isnniinti,aiid
all papers for 1 att nta, ixicutc d cn nasonablc teims,
liu uiFpoicy. jiciearcutx niuue in uticrniiur ,un
validity and utility cf Fateuta of Inventions, and leetl
and other adUce rendered in all matters toucbiiiK tt-e
same. Crpieauf the claim a cf any patent farulibid
by remitting one dollar. Alignments recordtd in
Ao Jttncy in the Umttd Statin joititt$ tvptrior
fatUttitn Jar obtaining I'attnt, or atetrtaintng the
vattntabtttty of inx entiont,
Allnecceaity of a Journey to Washington to procure
a Patent, and the usual gnat delay thire, are here
Ircfrard Mr.F.ddyaa ono of the most capable and
sufcesstnlpractltloners with whem I have had cCclal
intercourse. CIIAULL3 MASON, Commifioner of
'I b&e no heiUaticuiuarturiuRlut inters tLalihey
annotcmrloy a man more conij'rfrnf and frutuoi
iku ami mi,rfn.al.loDf ruttiiic tht ir ar r licat tci.i in
a form to cecure for them an early and facrabln con
sideration at tbe pattnt unicc. tuau j.uuw.ivi.
late Commltelonerof rattntr."
'tr li li VntiT hut, made'for m'o t r THIHTY IP-
plications for Patents, hat lug been successlultu almost
Am Knrh iiiimlitaknlila uroof of ercat Ultnt
and ability en his part, leads me to recommend ail
inventors to apply to him to proturetheirpatcnts, aa
tt. tniv ,o kutc nt luLilnn the mot faithful attention
btstowed on thtir coses, and at ory reaaonable
charges. JOHN TAutlAltt.
Uutcu, Jtn. 1,1873. Irl
Manufacturers aud Dealers Jn
STOVES, FUMACKS, KAXOES,
tin, corrEn, nn iss, zinc,
Holbrook's Patont Swlvol Plows,
For Lovel Land ana moo uui,
Sod & Stntblo
Corn hli.llrr., russlsic Mill., Uurua,
Jill Klssda oi JOB 1V011K Uous lliorouglil,,
CLAHKV10NT, K. II.,
PAPER AND BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
HGllrlty.iur orders for au, tiling In ILilrllur,
Printing ond Binding,
or svrax prnrTiox,
And will Pay Cash for Rags.
A FINE VARIETY
OK Nl'.W I'ATTKIHW,
AT T.OW l'lllCHH.
AT FELTOS'Si !i 11HUUKS HOUSE.
- m H - sT aT
Vl - lattnn, S3 Awtl'l, 1.1 it ?foM'i,
L II. cnmriii i. Mi llej. V. n. mas,
-rirbllda. 0 seconds In re-vo i Month'. .
A. L. Dissh. 1'rt. X. .1. r.. X. ,' T .
nmi. Treat. Pamunah.lt. Vo.,a WaUfti.. A-K
railai'vi.Bsef owls iirrtnfmjli.
. d pnissT, Aw'f 6Vf .'.. J'. V 1' I! n.
seconds In llireo months. , ,
Jou:i LlXDStno!I,ail-iran'l-'- rtrr, j;nijn, i ,
fler-cnnils In sir Mnnllis.
11, CoTTRn:!., Ut Vt 1
reel .V Y.
variation. Kreconds H fifteen mnnlh".
ncilBT. ej Jteiw, mwtn ec i-ieniMj.wrj k t, .,
variation, Ci seconds in six Months.
tloUN II. UonEIiT, Q tyiles Pare. 1 1
- vnrlallon.SIsceondll.inlnj nmlhs.
lIonullATeu,lI.D.,lj M SWA Anv, Aw sort.
variation, ( feeoml ner nay. rortlirenmonin
Ji.tg4Citkl, II. XAiv.mit, ll'icUns i-k .
-latlo.i.Bcccondiicrmonth. for threo mon,i,4.
l C. KETS, ilil'O'ro,,, JU;
rirhtlon, Hcceondlln f'smonttis.
.inrt illnn. 11 rpCom.U e , ,o"lh.
Oscar, it. tS ireea, V ,r r, .V, 3'.
variation, C seconds In Hire,' tyo il
' I Esnr UiLakcv, i: ,:' frit It. 11.
- nrln, Inn. 7rccnnd In eleven nimlh".
Xlccl'ril.l.-.J.Varfii-rlligJilt. tv ,? rnrtll ,.. 1.
arlatlnn, II second pernonlh.
lio.wutrrLE, en. i: itn.i:. it.,fin, y 1
-ftr!sllon, 0 seconds In two month".
I. li. UCNS, tftfWI. JJ. OJ to., ..fin j
variational second In six months.
G!1 w. McDoNAI.u,Ai,;rf. UrwUyn Water Wort. .
seronds in 51, month", from rin'enwlcli tlmo. London,
condjln on monti. m & m . ,
GILES, WALES & CO.,
Ho. 13 Maiden Lano How York.
Extrncts of Hoots and herbs which almost
invariably euro tlio following complalnU:
Jtprpitftt IlctirtBurn. Liver Complaint,
tintl I.i.t of Apnellto cured Hy taking a fow
T.antttttJr, T.ott Fptrlts nml tuiMntf Sen
aalion curcil at once.
J7iiipttoni, Pimplea, Tllotehcs, nml nil lra
ptiritlea or tlm lelood. burstinff throusli tho
Akfn or ntliorwlto, ourml readily by ollow-
Ing tlto Uiitctlons oa tlio bottlo.
ICtitnftf, Ill.nVlcr nml Urtnan DernnRO
ment invariably eurcil. Ono botilo s ill ion
vinco tho most skeptical.
HVrm cxpclleil from tho system with
out llio least difilculty, l'alUntd sulToriPff
from tills prevalent dlsoafto vi ill eo a mark
cd chanffo for tbo better in their condition
niter taking ono battle. V'onii difllculilrs
aro moro prevalent than is generally sup
posed in tho younp, and they will llnd the
Quaker Hitter! a suio remedy.
Xrrrou$ Vljjlruttlei, curalffla, &c,
Itheumatltnt, .Swelled Jolntv nnd nil Scro
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Jtmnrhtttif Catarrh, Convnltons,and Hy
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ntjjlriilt Itrfatttlnff, Tain in tho I.tinni,
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taking a few bottloa of tho Quaker Bitter-..
Alt DtfflfuU Fcmalo Teran(remonts, (nl
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All Jtnpurlttrs of tho Blood and dieanc-4
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o tinker Hitters, if taken nccordlng to tho
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