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Farm, harden and lloavehnM.
Porxp CAR*.-— One pound of flonr,
•ne pound of sugar, three quarters of a
pnttnd of butter, eight eggs, and a pinch
jpLrw PcoDUtq.—Two eggs, six crack
rs, thrho nints of sweet milk, a piece
of butter the sire of an egg, one cup of
raisins, a litilo salt and nutmeg.
Arm* Bare*.—Two quarts of water,
a pint of molasses, a root of giuger, and
boil all together twenty minuses ; put
in while boiling a peck "of pared, cored
snd quartered apples. Stew until ton
LONOOH' STU-AWB.—A pint and a
half of sherry ; two ounces of angar ;
grated nutmeg ; two quarts of milk.
Sweeten a piut aud a half of aherrv with
the loaf sugar in a bowl, and add nut
meg. Milk into it from the cow abont
two quarts of tuilk.
Fnrrr CAR*. —One enp of butter, one
enp of browu sugar, one -tip of molas
ses. one enp of sweet milk, three cups
of flour, four eggs, one and one-half
teaspoonful* of cream of tartar, one tea
spoonful of soda, one Wtitmeg, and two
C>unds of raisins. This makes two
BAKHIIMIUX Prrntva.—Four eggs,
one quart of sweet milk, five large tea
spooufulsof Indian meal, nutmeg and
sugar to the taste. Boil the milk and
scald the Indian meal in it, then let it
cool before adding the egg*. Bake
three-quarters of an hour. Rat with
butter or sweet sauce.
Rios rtaniUNo.—One cup of rice;
three quarts of milk ; one teaapoonful
of salt ; two-thirds of a cap of sugar ;
bake very alowly. Eat with butter, or
leave out the sugar and servo with
sauce. One egg ; one teacup of st:gar ;
Wat together twentw minutes; two
thirds of a pint of boiling water.
APPLE TAKTLETS. Peel six large
applex, boil to a pulp, mix with sugar,
cloves anl lemonqwl to taste • let tins
mixture stand till quite cold, theu mix
with it two ounces of dried currants.
Mix a lirbt puff paste, obtain a large
flat baking-tin, and pour the mixtnreiu.
Cover it with the pastry, and bake half
an hour in very hot oven.
VELVET CAKE.— One quart of new,
nnsKimmed milk (half eream and half
milk is preferablei, three eggs (white
and yolka beaten separately and very
stiff!* one teaspoonful salt, rice flour.
Mix the beaten yolka with the milk and
the salt, then nee flour to make a batter
thick as that for flannel cakes ; lastly,
whip in the stiffened whites very light
ly, and bake immediately.
As EXCELLENT PTPDISO.— One-half
pound sue*, shred fine ; one half pound
grated bread crumbs; one-quart or
pound loaf sugar, the yolks of four eggs
and the whites of two, well beaten : two
table*poottfuls of orange marmalade or
sliced citron, if preferred. To bo put
into a buttered mold and boiled for two
hours. To be served with wiue poured
over it, or sauce.
Xutaw Slant* Don.
A man who will habitually take a
horse tbrouch a narrow door knows Terr
little of what a horse remembers, or
what is fair treatment to the animal.
One single blow on tbe hip against the
sharp corner of a doorway is sometimes
sufficient to ruin a valuable horse. But
when that blow becomes several times
repeated the horse becomes valueless,
because he has become a highly dan
gerous animal. We have seen a horse
whose hips were never healed after
striking two or three times in passing
through a narrow way. Another dan
gerous practice is the leading of horses
out of the barn door, by the sides of
loads of hay, grain, etc. A slight blow
upon the hip will sometimes so excite
a high spirited horse thst the person
lending loses control over him, and he
escapes upon a jump, banging his hips
and shoulders as he proceeds, leaving
patches of skin and hair as evidence
that he haa got through. Many a valu
able horse has been ruined in this way,
and many a valuable one can be saved
by never leading him through a nfrrow
space.— yew England Fanner.
Farmers* families are often troubled
about how to keep hams in the sum
mer time. We hare tried a good many
wnys, and have alwavs failed in keep
ing them nicely. The smoke house,
though bidden away in among the
apple trees that lay their limbs loving
ly over, above, and around it, is atill too
warm; tbe wide, roomy cellar too
damp, and the shop, though cool and
airy, being the large third story of tbe
"old honse," is too light.
A good neighbor, who knows all about
it, tells me that he always packs awav
hams in the early spring time, before
the flies come, in a box, with a!! tbe in
terstices between the bams filled np
with some coarse, dry salt that he has
used foe many years for the same pur
pose ; salt that came out of flsh barrels.
He washed and dried it thoroughly
first He keeps the box in his barn in
a cool, airy place.
To PrtHrri Apples \\ hole.
Peel and core large firm apples (pip
pins are best). Throw them into water
as you pare them. Boil the rariDgs in
water for fifteen inmates, allowing a
pint to one pound of fruit. Then strain,
and adding three-quarters of a pound
of sngar to each pint of water, as mea*-
nred at first, wi.u enough lemon peel,
orange peel, or mace to impart a pleas
ant flavor, return to the kettle. When
the sirup has been well skimmed, and
is clear, pour it boiling hot over the ap
ples, which must be drained from the
water in which they havs hitherto stood.
Let them remain in theairup until both
are perfectly cold. Then covering close
ly. let them simmer over a slow fire
until transparent. When all the minu
tiae of these directions are attended to
the fntit will remain unbroken, and
present a beautiful and inviting appear
Grvaslng of Axle*.
The Canada Farinrr gives the folj
lowing directions : should never
be used on a wagon, for it will pene
trate the hub and work its way around
the tendons of the spokes aDd spoil the
wheel. Castor oil is a good material
for use on an iron axle; just oil enough
should be applied to a spindle to give
it a light coating; this ig better than
more, for the surplus put on will work
ont at the ends and be forced by the
shoulders and nnt into the hub around
the outside of the boxes. To oil the
axletree, first wipe the spindles clean I
with a cloth wet with turpentine, if it 1
won't wipe without it. On a buggy or
carriage, wipe sod elean off the back
and front ends of the hubs, and then
apnly a very small quantity of castor
oil, or more especially prepared lnbri- ,
cator, near the shoulder's point.
Manni-la* wlUt Brush.
A correspondent says: •' I cut abont
two tons of water-brush, hardback, and
other small bushes, and let them lie in
a pile exposed to the weather one year,
and then applied them to a half acre of
land, and applied barn-yard manure to
another half acre adjoining. The result
proved the manure to be a little the
best the first year, which was oorn.
Sowed grass seed in the fall after har
vesting the corn. The manured piece
did pretty well for about five years, the
brush piece did well for about ten years,
proving the theory to be correct. I
used two cords of the manure as a bal
ance for the two tons of bushes ; the
plowing was six or eight inches deep. I
have repeated the experiment since with
the same result.
A writer in the London Gardener's
Chronicle planted early and late peas
at the same time in the same drill. The
early sorts, he says, " came up first,
caught hold of the stakes, supported
the others until they got ho'-d of the
same, snd the result was he lad a beau
tiful crop of peas three weeks before
the late varieties were ready to gather,
thus giv*' f>ff the same
JOHN* SHORT, IHSTILI.F.R.
The Ml or)- of a Man •'" t'pa llUill
lery within a l*rlo*n Wall*-—A Ma
who Oil Kb! to tor tblr to Mlr a U
•prrtablr I.lt lug.
John Short, th* Sing Sing convict
1 who made a reputation by establishing
a distillery insid* the priaqti-wall*, i*
out, tuul tell* how he carried on hut
! business. Were the offense a less sert-
I on* one llion l wouhl If found much
I that i* comical alxmt it. John savs :
•' I draw'd the plan*for mv atill: being
! a practical distiller 1 know it just what
I wanted. The things was all made
| outside the prison, from n.y plana, and
j fetched in for me. It was a good deal I
jof bother, though, for the worm was
I made wrong first, and it had to be sent
! hack. This was in 1869, and I'd been
j there about a year ou ail eight-year sea
| tence. Warden Nrlsou was IH>* then,
and 1 was a good deal sea rod of him
j The bora all said he was mighty severe.
| and I know'd if he got hold of me I'd
■ suffer for it, I was what they call cap-
I tain of the ball—had charge of giving
j out the blanket#, ran errands, and so
I on. That gave me a kiud of lee-wav,
i sir, and I wasn't watched so close as
! the other convicts. 1 had a cell next to
j me that was used for storing things,
and was pretty full of rubhinli. 1 had
charge of it, and nobody else went iu
scarcely ever, I lit on that cell right
away as the place for mv still, and 1
got it tlxed up without anybody's kuow
lUg it as hadn't ought to. The still was
a little thing, but it would turu out
trotn eight to ten quarts a day of first
class stuff Being in and out when iu
the way of doing my duty, 1 could look
after it without being caught. I used
to run it nights, too, sometimes; iu my
owu cell. You see, air, the guards
thought if there wasu't a light iu the
evil cwerjthi&g all right: *o *ll 1
had to do wait to keep everything shady.
I worked mighty hard, and didn't deep
more'n three or four hour* * night
sometimes for * week. Prett* soon 1
got so (wile sud wore out that they was
going to send me to the hospital. So 1
had to let up on it a little.
" Could 1 make good whisky ? Well,
sir, I wish 1 had some of it here for you
to try. The talk about my using potato
peelings, stale bread, and stieh stuff is
lies. Every drop of whisky I made was
out of good barley that 1 got 1 know
how—from outside. The convicts said
it was prime, and they was as good
judges as vou could come across any
where. they didn t know where my
still was. moat of em, but they bought
the whiskv and paid cash for it. Oh, 1
tell TOU, sir. Sing Sing's the beet place
in the world to tun an illicit distillery.
No collectors prying ronnd, and no
competition. I bottled it, and got gen
erally a dollar a bottle—about a pint.
When I wa* running the still night and
day, the profit w-as about SIH or S2O
every tweutv-fonr hours. 1 got ou the
best "kind for fourteen months and then
Warden Nelson got a kind of suspicion
that something was going ou. Some of
the couvu-ta got drunk on my whisky,
and the Warden know'd they was being
supplied wiih the stuff. 1 don't believe ,
he tbougut it was being made right
slap inaide of the prison. Ho nosed
round to catch some of the keepers
fetching it in. Them as know d about
my distillery scared me by saying Nel
son waa pretty severe in his discipline.
Well, sir, I held off awhile, but 1 had
too good a thing not to get at it again. ,
When Nelson had got hunting for
somebody tliat was fetching whisky in, ,
and of course didn't find 'em, it all
blowed over. The storage cell wasn't
searched at all, and after shivering for
a month or so, I got my still going ,
again. Ton see, sir, the demand was
big—morne'n 1 could supply ; but I
couldn't enlarge, because the still was .
as large as could be run without being
dead certain of beiug found out. Some- (
times the smell fA>m the mash was
pretty strong, and there was danger. ;,
too, that some jealous convict would ,
find ont where 'twas and blow on it. \
The barley was brought in to me in
bags, and coat me more'n the regular
price in the market, but in spite of that
the profits was sometimes as much as
eighteen or twenty dollars a day. I
give my wife some of the money on the 1
sly, anil the rest I hid in the prison.
*" Well, air, tilings went on a swim- '
ming till 1872—February, I guess 'twas '
—when I was bust tip, 'Twos this way 1
it happened : The convicts ain't sup- 1
posed to have any money. They earn
a good deal, the smart ones do, on their
overtime work, but the Warden keeps
every cent They can leave it on de
posit or have it turned oTer to their
relatives outside. Well, a wife or a
brother or somebody that'll pass for a .
relation comes in, and the convict goes
to the Warden and asks to have his
money turned over to this friend. The
warden thinks it's all straight and hands
it over wihoui suspicioaing nothing.
Then it's easy enongh for the friend to
clip it over on the quiet to the convict .
That was how my customers got
money, and I got cash for my whisky, !
Well, sir, one day a convict bought a
bottle of the stuff and gave me a twenty i
dollar bill to pay for it. While I was 1
making change" in the hall a convict *
saw what was going on. He wasn't a
customer himself, and he thought he
could get a point for favors from Nel- j
son by blowing on me. Ho did it, and
I was gone. That night Nelson and a
body guard that he had ctme a march- 1
ing down the hall ami stopped plump 1
against my celL 'ls this John Short's
cell ?' he says. Yes, sir, soys I, and I
know'd something was up serious. He
sniffed through my grating, sir, and
says he, * Seems to me. John, there's a
meli of whisky round here.' He had 1
the door opened, and says he, 'John,
you've got considerable money abont
von. Give it to me.' I put mv hand
in my pocket, and pnlh-d ont a purse
that had eight or ten dollars in it Then
he told the guards to search, and they
cleaned me out Ton see, sir, I had
something of a store right there in my
cell, and in the qjher cell where the atifl
was then. 'Twaa a dead clean-out. They
got a b>t of whiskv is bottles all read v
fo selling, and fifteen or twenty gal
lons of mash. I'd jnst got a bag of '
nice Irish oat meal for mixing through
the barley—best thing in the world, air,
for making the liquor mild and smooth.
They got that, and four gallon* of mo
lasses that I wns going to make into
Jamaica rum. You aee, sir, the boys
was hankering for a change, and I was
just preparing to give it to them.
"Nelson stood there scowling while
the guards were pulling out all this
stuff. Anil they kept findiiig it. They !
seized ray dialiiler. The Warden had
me locked up in another cell, but he
fore leaving ine he said, ' John, you're
a smart man. You don't seem to drink
much of vonr own liquor.' ' No, air,'
said I, ' I'm good at making it, bnt a
poor hand at drinking it.' Then he
handed me hack five cents and a box of
matches, and everything else was taken
away. He kept me locked np close
three days, and had me down in his
private office three timea. He tried j
his best to get out of me what officers
was in with me, but ho never has found
out and he never will. I was then re
moved to the quarry, and for three
months 1 didn't go into business again.
Along there sometime Warden Hub
bell came in, aud with Nelson out of
the way I thought 'twas time to be at
it. I've been nndar five or six wardens,
and, sir, Mr. Hubbell gets along there
the best of the lot. The convicts have
a big respect for him, and lie's always
kind. He gives the best grub, and the
boys think he's really a good, square
toed Christian. I don't believe a pound 1
of tuinted meat or sour bread has been
eaten in Sing Sing since he's been
there. Bat I fooled him, sir, I fooled
him, and run my distillery right np to
within a few days before I left.
" Yon see, sir, I was in for eight
years, but the cut-off for good behavior
was about a year and a half; that
bronght my time out on the '2lth of
March. Well, sir, as I was telling you,
I started again. I had another still
made aliout the size of the first one.
My work was changed to looking after
a cow, and I fixed up my distillery in [
an old sited back of the female prison.
It run along all right till last Beptem
eUfj-.-*. qijless it was. Then Warden
out whisky was being
boys. About that time the
ad au account of my making
of kitchen stuff. That was i
Hway. A convict named O'Day I
wont to Warden FlnbbeU and told him
1 wiw distilling the whisky. Hnblwll
had mo down in his office, and asked
mo about it in hi* kind, dignified war.
' Mr. HubbeH,' say* 1, very honest and
injured like, ' ain't mv wont aa good a*
any other convict'*?' He waa staggered,
anil, after locking me tip a few hour*,
he let me go. So, air, my atill wasn't
really discovered at *ll, and 1 kept it
ntuuing ** long aa 1 stayed. When I
was discharged, I packed tip tUV money
in a hand-hag and gripped it close till
it waa in a safe place. \\ hat am t going
|to do with it? Well, *ir, 1 am looking
around for aome business opening ; if
von learn of anything in the distillery
line, 1 wish you would let me know of
Did Not Fight.
A case in which a duel was prevented
by one of the aecond*, much to the dts
, g*t of the other, who happened to he a
military man. nay* an old stager, may
be related here. It ooonrred during the
extra session of Congress in ISll.
Thomas F. Marshall invited three gen
tlemen to dine with htm one stormy,
dismal Sunday. One of the guests was
an officer of liie army, from the South,
who afterward made something of a
name during the rebellion. The other
two were connected with the press. An
entertainment given bv Tom Marshall
before he joined the cold ater associa
tiou was sure t.l>e ahuudautly furnished
with wiue. Marshall and one of the
newspaper men, wuo was front New Or
leans, drank deeply. They hud been
class mates in college, and were on
terms i f familiar intimacy. A slight
miauuderstaudiug arose between them,
and both lu'itig considerably elevated,
a harsh remark was made by the editor.
Marshall luouireil if he wo* responsible
for what he had said. The reply was,
•'Tom Marshall, you ought to know
tne too well to ask such a question.
The party broke up rather suddenly,
and a short time afterward the editor
brought to his friend of the press who
was present at a dinner a challenge
which he had just received from Mar
shall. with an unconditional acceptance,
asking him to deliver the reply, ree the
armv officer, who was to act aa Mar
shall'# second, and make arrangements
for ati immediate meeting. The friend
of the editor was inexperienced in such
matter*, but he was impressed with the
folly of a duel between two gentlemen
ou a misunderstanding at the diuter
table, and determined to prevent a tight
at all hazards. He held the acceptance
until near the close of the following
day, when he waited upon Mar*hall.
" You cuue, I presume, ou behalf of
•' Yea, air."
" You have been a very long time
in getting here!"
" That ia my fanlt entirely. Your
challenge was accepted at once."
'• Let me have the acceptance, then,
without further delay."
" Here it is," the geutleman replied.
*' But I do not propose to deliver it at
all. I will not be accessory to a dnel
between twe meu who have no rsal
cause of quarrel and thereupon tore
the pnper in pieces and threw the frag
ments into the tire. Marshall was much
astonished, and inquired of the gentle
man if he know the responsibility he
had assumed in so doing. The reply
was that he neither knew nor cared.
" Yon have pot yourself in your prin
cipal's place, and I presume you are
prepared to take the consequences," J
" Nonsense," was the reply. " I will
neither let meet yon, nor will 1
tight you myself ou any such ridiculous
quarrel. Now what do you iutend to
do abont it ?"
Marshall finally burst into a laugh,
and in less than an hour's time all the
parties were taking a friendly drink to
gether at (tadsby's. The army officer
was inclined to make a scene, protest
tug against the irregularity of the whole
procwdiiig, but there the difficulty
A San Leaps into a Furnace.
The Seranton (Penn.) Republican
says that th< men working on the uight
- shift at the blast furnace of the Lacka
wanna Iron and Coal Company, were
horrified by one of tbe must shocking
cases of self-destruction Uist has ever
occurred in that city. Tho victim was
a young man named Theodore Marene.
who took advantage of the temporary
j absence of the workmen, and plunged
into the seething furnace, which, at the
time, was at s white heat. His cries
attracted attention, and tbe workmen
ran to the furnace and looked down,
only to see the unfortunate Marone, and
waving his bauds ami feet in the most
intense agony. A long-bandied shovel
was lowered to him, but he was uncon
scious of its presence. One of tbe men
ran immediately and stopped the blast,
but human aid was of no avail to saTe
| the unfortunate man in the furnace,
and he was dragged up as qnickly as
I possible, by means of a large hook, a
i charred, disfigured; and nnrecognixa-
Ibie mass. He could not have been in
the furnace above a few minutes, but
tho intense beat was sufficient to de
stroy life if he hod not been there more
1 than a second.
Theodore Marone was a native of
Pomsrn, East Prussia, wheTe his father
was professor of one of the gymnasiums
or schools, in which Theodore was also
employed as a teacher. He was sub
sequently engaged in the war, in 1866,
between Prussia and Austria, and emi
grated to this country about four years
ago. He was theu twenty-five years of
age, and might have done well but for
dissolute habits which beset him and
j reduced him to a state of abject misery.
He found work in the employ of the Ox
ford Iron Company as a common lahor
i er, and often at his daily toil, when,
! comparing his position with what he
was at home, he wept in the presence
of his fellow-workmen. These fits of
despondency had a terrible effect upon
him, and his friends feared he would
lose his reason while suffering from one
ol them. He came to Be ran ton and
fonnd shelter at tbe Centre street lock
up. While there lie attempted to take
his life by beating a poker red-hot in
tbe stove and placing it to his neck to
destroy the carotid-artery, when he was
detected by one of the officers. He lay
around the blast furnace during the
evening prior to his destruction in con
sequence of some men being at work
therewith whom lie was acquainted at
the Oxford iron mine*.
Bhakspearc'n " To what base uses we
may come at last " has a fresh illustra
tion mentioned in the biography of the
late BMiaM J, May. Mr. M.'s father
came in one morning from a walk, and
remarked : " I have aeon something
wondcrfally interesting this morning.
A I passed the Old Granary burial
ground I saw that the tomh was open
in which I knew wore the remains of
James Otis, and, with the help of the
sexton, I opened the lid of Otis'a coffin,
and behold 1 the coffin was full of the
fibrous roots of the elm, especially
thick and matted abont the skull. And
going out, I looked up at the noble ver
dant Paddock Elm, and there iu trans
figured glory was sll that was material
of James Otis." And now these wretched
irreverent Bostonians have been burn
ing up James Otis for firewood 1
GOLD FlSH.— Referring to the state
ment now going the rounds, thai Seth
Green pioposes to stock Irondeuu it
Bay, Lake Erie, with gold fish, which
ho says are good eating, the Herman
town TcUr/raph observes : " We shanld
say that the gold fish will not be re
garded as edible by anybody who can
get any other fish. They have an un
natural sweetish taste, not unlike the
smelt, but lacking the flavor of the
smelt, and rendering them quite in
sipid. We have not tasted one for
thirty years, but that taste was suffi
cient not to desire another since that
CunonAii. —We see it stated as an
opinion in the Journal of Chemistry
that hydrate of chloral is a safe article
for any intelligent physician to employ;
that while it is useless to give it to re
lieve pain, it produces a sound, refresh
ing sleep when used in cases of nervous
wakefulness, and it does not lose its in
fluence when persistently employed.
i! Cmiftfa ami Cirri of rural)*!*.
j | Paraiysl*, *iya Pr. llrown Srquanl, I*
' i runahtrr. il to rt-aull Inim a cs-aiivti of bp
• llviljr nf n | art of Ilia* brain trnm ttlacaar
I Idrt, for iuaUno*, it iMdratk' exist in that
I purl of lht> brain that wc call the anterior
Inlic. That part U cn*irlrrptl a* Ik-I I:* In
, (jrt"t tin asurt- the -eat of Ihv will 'lbal
II part la tlcsir-vynl try illaraap, ami war flail n
! paral) >l* , atn! tlio view is, as I have said
that ilm raralyai* rrsu la from a rmssthm
of the activity of lliat part. It ar ailtult
tills view, then 11l Mi' la no lieixl of *,t'C|il
lug what 1 bavo taught hero : that an uri
t.ilmi starts from a plant) that la tllectu <l
! atnl g rr elat-whcre to [vrmliuc an atu-st ot
| the activity of cells Hut that view la en
1 tlrpljr In o|>|Hialtlon to I art* \\ r M-o every
day that a lilkcabc vsbleb la txccrxlhigly
j llmltnl in extent hi the brain ran [.i.Muc.
the moat iiMit|rli'le paral-sii, HII le. on tin
i titer hand, we ai-e that lilx-nsc which lias
de trovnl an itumruat) pan of the brain may
u<>| pivnlut'e a |iaraltkit at ail it is lin
to COM ltxtt) that lanalysis priax-evls
tu a ilirret way Irotn the deaUrintioii of lis
auc that wo wo after d> atlt. There must
la- an intermediate agency Utwien the
at of tho dUeaao and the |>ara!) tin Ami
that intermeiliate agency is what 1 have
I He I to make VOU umleislaml in sy ing that
the inltatlou s ail- flotu the place where
the dtaeaae la, and grwa to other |>a(la of the
brain, and also to Uie |iinal cord, to atop
tho activity of Utotv l-art*. It will bo cvi-
Jciit to pi-rains ht re who know a Utile atx.ut
dtitioniy, that It U Itttpomib'e to admit the
old view atarut paralysis. In the base ol
the liralu there la n orgiU which la called
(he paw* i .iraht This t the otdv part by
which coinitianicalloiii take place l-elweeli
tiie brain an 1 the apinal cord and (lie rest
. of the body for v- luutary urovrmcnta
. Du re is also an ther pail iu fuml which is
j calnd the rrurv* trr*(> r- legi of the hraltl
I I'iiat part is c<.mp. scd of two halves, quite
distiuct one frctu another. Let us suj.qv.iae
i lliat tt ere is a dise.-w ether iu one part of
' the />.. tarc.'o or of llie c aeu err tin, an)
thatdiwaae has destroy e l a small part of
one of thrae. \\ hat ilrall we aay if the
view that moat all phvatologista have is cor
reel I Why, that the destruction of our
|>art of the rrara crrrtri or /vti* lU rvlii UfCei
sarily w ill produce a parslysia in i >me mus
cles of olie-hall of he body. Hut that is
not what we we. In C.M'J of disease trie re.
the par-lysis may ens' iu .'the same side of
lite li dv where the disease is or ou the op
' jrosite side. It inav he tu one arm only or
in one leg only. The fa -is are altogether
in i ppoaition to the adruiUed view You
may see also case# tu whieh the y—i rare,it
is destroyed without any paralysis at all
We should say also, according to the com
• men v.cw, that a disease lti.il has destroy i d
on y a few of thefibers would produce ouly
a para'ysis of some- of Ute uiu* ha. Tin re
are Do suoh ca • utt record. It Is cssruual
to take another view of ihts matter. I have
1 proposed this rsp.anatu'it that paralysis
apjrrars i nlv from an Irritation which s arts
front tho place wher • the d tease Is, and
acts upon pa ts at a distance so as to modi
fy them AU of you kitow that ati kliug <
of the ao'c* of the feat produces different
ctl c sht d llercut |wo,de >o we can eattiy
undcnuand thst an irritation in the brain
which will produce a corplcfc or a [-anial
[mrdysis in one |>crson will produce no pir
aiysis iu another, according to Ute en lia
bility of iliff rent people Take the fac ai
ucrve now That nerve in aluwa: all per
sons who have a chronic dta>ase of the
t-raln is partially paralyzed, perhaps only a
few fibers of it Well, st lie iliseax- which
produced Ibis parslysts Is limited iu every
instance, and as the disease may occupy
every pirt of the brdn, if we com lude thai
paralis s rvnses because the nervous i e trr
■if the lacial uenre is destroyed, we would
have to place that center in every part of
the brain ; in one individual in one part.
in another individual in another [-art. and
so on. Au iaa we hod cases In which a
destruction of a considerable pan of the
brain dors tt t result in that paralysis, we
would have to conclude that some indl- !
viduais do not receive Ural nerve in their
brain. This is a mfariw si shsnfva We
haw therefore to throw overboard that ,
Slausbtcr la the .Soath Sea*.
By the arrival of her Majesty'* schooner
Rcuanl uvi the Sidney i/rrjld, we have
hern placcij in | mens lon of the folluwins;
particulare n-j>ccting the whohaalc and
u.oalu-rrible alaugiilcr of lb - crcwr of the
b rkriuU): The I'luio, '.'Hi. t n. C plain
llarke, owned hv Mr. ('.'Uingwutid. of
Suudcrl-wd. Mkilei! from New rattle. New
South W ac, on the i'dth of A|iril a la.uud
for Hong Kong wtha<*• go of otial. She
got on a re I outlying from New Caledonia,
aud hreamo a total wreck. The rrrw
Sfcurrd one of the boats, and as a strong
southeast monetxin was Mowipg Captain
Clarke deb riinnrd to make f r the SOUHPOD
Oroup, and suteeqenlly rem hing l\jrt
Adsui. (Mulayfab ilerv a landing uu
elicCJftl by a p<>r'lon of the crew, who
wanted to obtain water, the boat meanwhile
K ing off at anchor . but the native* came
Jowu in numbers aud kilted every soul tlmt
t*ndeL Capt. Clarke at one* put to sea.
hut canoes were in chase, and nnforfunalrly
the hat got on a reef. Ileitis w 1 hout any
amis, the crnoe* smm ranged alongside,
and rtnhbssly slaughtrrvd all on boitd ihc
boat, with the exception of one man iunn d
John Collins, wh • has been spued to
describe the horrible acme. Tbi man was
terrible woundedbj am w, lint primipally
aiioul the lower por ion of the body, uid a
supendition apt>ears to cits', among the
n aive# of this locality tha'. when- d.ath
does not al once ensue, the victim must not
b.- again attacked, and be is tabooed from
fa ther harm. 11c was taken on *h re, and
would ap;-car to hare been well treatctl
While at the " Hanks Group." Lieutenant
buckling received Intelligence fr.-m the
that a wtdic man w s in llie
hands of the natives at Malayta Heat once
got under wiy and proceeded to the sjait.
a'.d after eonsidrrahle difficulty succeeded
in getting the unfortunate man out > f their
b aids and paring hiiu a .fety un ts.ard the
Ileuartl. Her Majesty's ship Dido was
fallen in with abort!v after an 1 C. 111ns
trausfeircd to her, list lug been in tin- hards
ol the natives two mouuis, Collins statiTi
that the chief officer, who was in the boat
and witnessed the deaths of the shore parly
kideil himself with a tonialnwk to avoid
fa ling iulo lite hands of t'.e savages. The
ltenud also found four of the missing men
of the ship Itobtrt Towns on the south
part of M .llico'lo Island, where they hail
boon almost six weeks. The natives treated
them kindly up to thnt time, but they were
getting tired ot the un n. ar.d it is not im
possible that they would have killed them.
Capt. Macdouald, of the schoon. r Success,
went in the Ilgnard with I.hut. Suckling to
Mallicollo' Island, and treated with Lite
natives for their rt liase. which was con
ceded on ]>a) utent of uirr tomahawks
A Singular Suit.
An seiinn for libel brought by M. Itous
fcau again<l the Montreal Daily li'ifnm
bus biought to light one of the most re
markable juries of modern times. The
trial occuphd a long time, and although
lhc evidence was very fu!l and the addrrs
fcsse* of the counsel on both sides, and of
the Judge, very long and elaborate, (he
jury—ax of whom were English nrul six
French—sretn to have profit- d little by
their cloqu-nee. The jury came In after
lining out for some time. and informed the
judge th it the six Englishmen rould not
communicate with the six Frenchmen. An
interpreter was given them, and the jury
returned into court for tho last time. Tuc
Cou't demanded their verdict, in response
to which one Frenchman said i" Mono.
M'lusseau est nou coupable." Another
said, "I JP verdict eat pour Mnns. Mous
seau." One Knglishman sdd, "Guilty;
we find them guilty." It was then dis
covered that the Jury were ignorant as to
whether the Me-srs Doug-ill w- re the ac
cused or Mr. Mousseau. li s Honor then
demanded of the jury whether tliey found
the defendants, the Messrs. IhKigali, guilty
or not guilty of the charge brought against
them. All the English jurymen said In re
ply, " We are all agreed to our verdict, that
tliey are ' guilty,' hut there is one man who
believes they are ' not guilty.' " The dis
senting juryn att then said : " Your Honor,
if you allow me, I'll settle this thing in one
minute; eh-ven of the jury find the men
'guilty,' but I don't think tliey are; how
ever, 1 acquiesce.'* A verdict of "Guilty*
waa accordingly entered.
All housekeepers have some time realised
the diftleulty of lighting a fire in a still,
damp morning, when the chimney will not
draw, anil vigorous blowing proves in
effectual. Science explains the trouble as
" caused by the difficulty encountered in
overcoming the inertia ol the long column
of air in the pipe or chimney by the small
column of air that ran be forced up through
the interstices of wood and coal, at the
bottom of which the fire is kindled.''
This may be remedied by first lighting a
few hi i s of shavings or pajK-r | laeed upon
the top; thus, by the heated air forcing
itself into the chimney and establishing
there an upward current, tho room is kept
free from the gus or sinoke which is to
apt to fill the room, and the fire can then
be lighted from below with good succcts.
The Hsnate eniißiitmeil tits hill Is suable the
MBltltntiilßß. from ltuaaia. to nffect a iwruiA
limit sßttlmiietii mi puhhn lan.ts uf the l ullail
Siaien Mr. Ilamaay, of Mlnu . sulmutteil au
miirii'hueiil providing that In lbs Vth sbi 11011
of tlm hill tin) aggtegala of tklids held Ultdsl
iltH'lai alioti stßlmiieiits aliall not st any one time
n.i—l .imI.(KHI acroß. iioite*'t of MKl.ttUO, as
ro|>ort(>it by the committor Not sliall auy on#
tiling embrace ittura than SO,OUO acraa. instead
of likt.tHK) Agreed to. Mr. Itaiaasy alao sub
nutted an Biurndnirnt to lha 'Jd sbcIIOU of tits
lull providing that Inositol! tuiglit alao lie uisto
u|wni i-et'lttlu Indian lands in Mintiasota, Uald in
tiilsl ly the thin imiicnl, not evroedlug liUI
•ores fit each luomhsf of tho soelaty. Agremi
l-BVta, of W Vs. lutroibicml a hill to reduce
the tat on the rtirulvUon of Htale banks to an
kiiiount equal to that |-aid by natisnai bsnka.
Ilr said lno tai on national t>aiik eUtrulaUOM
was one |*r orttl , and tkat on Mlate l-atik ct
eulaltott ten |ter foul , whteh pcaetisaliy p/a
vatttoil any I'll l'ltlaltou of the latter cla. 110
•aw no reason why uatl"ual banks should have
llir Bib antago iwsr Ktato t-snks ten to one.
1 ho Heuate passed tho till! atuendalory of Ilia
art to provide internal toietiuo to aupt*irt llio
(iovaiiiuient to iiay the UltertMt on ths public
data, aud fur other purpuwes, apiroveit June
30, fWH. it pro-idea Itial no legal doeuiuout
or |>a|>or requned l.y law to t-e wlttch
was marts, signed or issued tu tho Kouthoru
Stairs prior t.iUis Ist of July, INtS, altail ba
.let-mod or bald a* invalid and of no affect, by
roa*"ti of the fatluru to luqmsa tborsult tbe re
Mr St-wart, of Nov., Introduced a Mil U
probitut national l.anks from lending money on
mot lev an senility aud for other puijawaa. Ita
foneii to Uie t'oiumutee on Kuianoa.
Mr. Wind.'tu, from the t'omuiUlee on torn
meiee and Itoutes, iu prasanting their r#|ort,
dell, .-led a huig speech. Ilessid lhal ti.e value
of coin modules uioved by lallroe.!* . , was
o\os till uuu.uon.uun. for winch tfieir griws ro- I
oaipt* weia 173 341,063. and yet the faciiiUo#
were inadequate to supply tho demand Con
sequently agriculture is para*ysoil ami UUir
lUtereats languish The various routes for
carrying Western |troduee to tbe seaboard eie
spoken of lu detail, and llio cotnuiiltee s ob
servations and foiiclualoua slated
Mr Mdmunds, of Vt . introduced, by rcjui-et.
a bill to i-MtbU for a edmuttasiuu u|ou ihe
•übjoci of (Hsilal lelegrt|iby. llefenvsd to llie
t'.'iuittllllee ou P.wl Oftli-e* and Post llteli.
The t hkutuan of the Ju.bciary l'.>mmille
reporte.l unfavorably on Uie bills to relieve the
ii.liticl diseUhlies of J. \V. llctuiell of Mary
laiul John P.Tsvth of AlalNtma. licrge Pickett
i-f Virginia. OevtJ A. Telfair. of Kurth l'ru
lu>* *4.4 Kapha#! Hemmee of Alatwin*. Musi
•>f IIK*MJ bill* did not h the uevoeaary peti
tion* fivin (be |*r(ie* named, and llw latter
olio the i juim'.lre*aa li"l .hap-wed loe.mw.ler
favorably. Hoeever, ilia committee *a dia
ctiarged from their further MiwUlritlida.
Ibe vi.lu <>f lire I'roehieul of I lie
Finance UU *• coi.aljered. *n4 lie t'hatr an
nounced that llie Kiuanoe bill *a* before tbe
Senate. and Ibe .jural,on u a*. KUOuUt It Ji**a,
ittHkJilhaiaiubiig Ibe I'feaidenl# objection* ?
t'|ou tin* t|UM>iiott Uie t'ooeiiluUou re-iuued
tii*t tbe O'le ahoutd be ukcu by yea* and nay*.
No one taking Ibe It—or , the roll waa called, autl
the role reeuiled a folio**
Vtie Moeer* Alleoti, Ktfy B .reman C*m
eron. Carpenter, Clayton, t .mover, /trenii,
Dorwey, I'eMT (MwIA.), lioMllwuie, b'cnlM,
Harvey, IbllKkcl, iiisail*. JtAmtUm, l.r*ta,
LoK*u. Vc ''rvwy tferrtoum, MiU'brll, A r.
te .it Oiilmliv, l'altereou, I'eaael'raU. Latitat y.
Kobettaun, Sj*-uvr, Srauuis. I t pro*. \Ve*l,
Witldom aut Uii([bl 31
Sat*. Mcwn Anthony, /liyrtrtf Bowl well,
Hi. kinghaiii Chandler. Conkliug, I fagin,
/Vtru tUlinand*. l'i*fo, Ferry (Conn.),
Flanagan. 1 leluukiywn, (ti'beft, f/.iorr,
f/aellitM (Ml i Hamilton .Tex**!. Hatiihu,
Howe, J olio, AVi.cy, Morrill (V I.), Sargent,
Scull, Sherman Strnnmtm, Hie • art. Siocklun,
flaniMtr aii 4 A).
lvui'A'iaU Ui italic* an J libeta.l* in amall
cat a (ale.
1 wo-Uur.b not iotitic ut the a&rmauve. lbs
UU IM llMt
Mr Southard, of Ohio, offered a resolution
matrucung the Committee on banking and Cur
rent"* to ltH|uire and r*|*l thereaeotie why the
t33 000,000 of naUoual bank currency, author
ized to be withdraen from the State* having
more than their iirojairti.m baa not teen with
drawn and dlatr.t-uled under the prolinuria of
the act of the 13th of July, liCo and a I.at
further legislation u neoeeaary to eectuu that
Mr. Hereford, of W V., introduced a bill
providing that the tat on Stale bank* a hall not
be other er greater than the let uu uaUunal
lull* wer* ttitmd iceal re;eahti(; all •tatnlm
which forfeit widow*' pettanui* for aec >nj mar
riage . to permit jarUra to testify in their ori
defenee in Filled State* ,-o.irU . to Mnn.lt a
free ayatein of national tanking auJ for llie
reeutnpuuu i f #pe\e |;meula . to facilitate
llie reaumptl 'ii of epec.c jaituenta ar.d to
prevent fluctuation* lu the talue of irnlal
State* note* repealing all law* impoamg a tar
n State bank* to imp.ee alar of flvo per
cent. u> ail income* of individual* and enrpora-
U.*i exceeding 15 COO . declaring it
to itniuM atdltioual tataU'Wi, and inexpedient
to retrench uu necexaary aj'projwtation* already
male ut the tutcreel* of commerce, and pn>
*tditig aa a meaere of icropomr* relief for
the leaue of an additional aft; milUooe of legal
New Spring Goods and Styles.
Tbe variety of fabrics in less this sea
son than last. With fi-w< r purely
ephemeral ami fanciful goods, there ia
nevertheless a goodly number to eho< ae
from, and auch as are very oretty,
M >at of the stuff* are of ailk ami wool,
ao beguiling to the eye, aa to cause the
mind to forget that material* of mixed
threads are neTei a safe purchaae, on
account of their disposition to shrink
and cockle. There is the usual choice
of silken pougeea, soft, clinging reps
and cashmere*, alpacas and brillian
tinea, Hergea, plain and with diagonal
stnjMH, the numlierlesa atuffs (tearing
the naroo of poplina, foulards,—deli
cate of texture, and useful from April
to Octeber,—and the ever new, yet cvct
old, summer ailka. There is a notice
able lack of polonaise goods, which in
dicates, if straws show anything, that
that valuable garment ia no longer the
UiUgh-surfseed fabrics hare given
placa to those of finer finish, even the
camel's hair cloths Iteing less hairy than
of old. And camel's hair cloth, by the
way, is much lower than last year,—a
good quality being purchasable for
81.-"I per yard, doable told, —because it
is not adapted to whole suits, and be
cause few polonaises, barring those
matching skirts, will be worn. Tin re
is always sonic tangible reason for any
great reduction in the price of any
thing, if we are only careful to look for
i\ The average rate of niee and sra
a nihle dress materials M from fifty
cents to 81 a yard, though, of course, a
certain class of cotton, and mixd cot
ton and wool fabrics, ranges as low as
thirty cents. These do not pay for
making, either in appcarxnco or wear.
A s.uiud rale tor purchasing is to select
as nearly the beat of its kind as can be
afforded. One good gown will ontlsat
two poor ones, snd prove the wiser
economy in the end.
The prices of silk seem somewlist
lower than last season, to be in keeping
with our assumption of poverty. Hulfi
eieutly niee summer qtislities may l>a
had for gl.no a yard ; and now and then
a bargain may be made for leas. They
are iu the usual fine, colored and white
stri|es ; brighter lines than heretofore
—such as blue and purple aud green -
being devoted to street costumes.
A Connecticut school-teacher, in a
paper recently read before a teachers'
institute suggests that a pupil of each
sex bo placed at the same desk and al
lowed to assist each other in their les
sons, and at the eijd of each month per
mitted to select Tiew partners if tlicy
desire. It was claimed there would IHJ
less trouble in governing a school, more
tidiness in tho pupils' appearance, and
greater ease in their conversation and
intercourse, which would be of much
advantage when tliey became men and
women. It was affirmed that where the
experiment has been tried it had been
attended with success.
RTATifrrrrs now that of the thousands
who die annually, alarge proportion are
dent roved, not l>y old ago, or by the
natural exhaustion of vitality, bat
through intemperance, or disregard
o'thcr on the part of the sufferer, or his
parents, of tho simplest laws of nature.
Uuch being the esse—and fli/urcs can
not misrepresent fact* —the conclusion
is that were the causes of intem|>eranee,
its kindred vices, and a disregard for
natural laws, removed, the average
length of tho human life-timo would
be extended proportionately. What
agent most rapidly, harmlessly and
certainty will eradicate these vices, or
the tendency to them, is tho question
which lias been as thoroughly and per
sistently agitated as lias the search for
the Philosopher's stone. The discovery
has been made by Dr. Joseph Walker,
whose widely known VINKCUK BITTEHS
are accomplishing wonders which the
old f"gy doctors never dreamed of. Try
them and judge for yourself, as thou
sands arc doing all over the country.—
This la an Irritation or inflammation of the
bronchial tube* which carry the air we breaths
Into tbe lungs. It arias* front a eld settled In
llie throat, from I'alatih eilcu.hug to tbsss
pail*, flora ncrofutoua affaetlou*. and from
■overs Use of tbe votes. 'llia Irritation from
till* laltrt causa eoiuuisncsa in the btrywz and
>jloiiu. which are tbe argaua of lha vsice. aud.
etlen.iiiig downward*, produces iioaraensss,
coughing and spitting mucous matter, *otns-
Umea noted with blr*Ml It is chiefly danger
mis from Ita tendency to spread Into Uie lungs,
and terminate tu ei>nsiuti|itlou. It ta lu the cure
of severe aud olietlliale c*eea of this disease
thai Dl I'leice'* Uol.leu MedioaJ I >ow oveiy ha*
acliieve.l uiiparallel.d suooeaa, aud won tbe
loudest praise fiom ail who liave used Ik
A PKHT or oaaTirroa
Mas. Mini Tarr, of I.lk Point, liskota Ter
ritory. called at the World'a l-i*|ietiaary, Aug.
'3D, 1*73, to acknowledge a debt of graUtude
due fir. Pierce, having Iwen entirely cured of
f'atarib, complicated with Idiroat Inaeaee. by
tbe u*e uf In Mag*'# t atari li ttemedy and llr.
Plot CO a Uolden Medical Hteouvery.
1 >cci.lciily the lieat roiuo.iy that haa
ever been tluwvovered fur rheumatism, swollen
or ktlff joints, flesh wounds sprains, tuuises
.•ills and burns, is y.dmson j d twsfynr UnitHmj.
We use it, aud always recommend U to our
Tim fai-t that flvo milliou of |>eira of
Ml I.VKit Til'Pl.U Kiiooa are ma<le a year,
shows how Utoee who una thorn feel about it
'l'hey know that they last three times as long.
l'itaplf-a, blotches, atnl other unaight
iy eruptions uf the skin should be gotten rid
•.f ae quickly as possible. Ir. Wisbart'a Pine
Tree tar (kinlial will remove all auch thing* by
purifying tbe blood. OlftiX.
Wo should not hcaitato to rocommond
to any friend of oura /'nrsons' 7'ury iflr* /Mb;
tbev are acieiitiflcaily prepared and are adapt el
to ail Uie purposes of a good purgative turdi
A reliable remedy VVisraa * HSIJIAM Corn.
tit lit i* atkAita- aipaniaaiK or
AN OLD iIi'HVK.
MHS wiatuivr a gooTHiNO avicr ia rai
raam air-Ttos OF ou* ertae a*et p*kai* rayst
cisiai aud Muisss la ta* Catted Stales, and Bas
beea used fur Uirty years wiU aevsr (atliag selaty
and tuceesd by miUtuase uotßtri aud cklldrse
trea ta* fsskl* lafaul of -as wash old to ta* ad alt
It sunsets andfty of ta* siusaaib, rdhsvss wind
suite, regulate* ta# koarsis, and give* rest, ksella
and ouavK.il to mulbdr aud cbild. Wi believe It to
a* ta* Bni and Bursal Msassdy ta Iks World la all
ess.# uf iivsaaraav an* biaaKH.a A ia can,
OBBH, wßeibsr it ansae fvoat Tsstaing ar teem
anr ..tbsr esus*. Fall direaMiuos tu using vili at>.
ttipßi.,y aarb bottle Mens Osauiae unless tbe
ta. ..tails of ct'BTta A Pglutiaa is as tbe oataids
Bonn ar AI t. Mapirma DKALBRB
itiibuuit* otrrtLM i,H.ii pals Aam
Moss a* oust eaats tksu Sanaa worms ta UM
■ aowtr-a VEKMIPCoa COM PITS
will destroy worms sukMl Ujsry to ths Ski Id,
being psrtectly wutra, an* tree (turn all solo ring
or other layarieus lugrsdieuts aeaally assd ta
0t arta g Row*, Preprtstera,
*o 'dia.Fultim airset, Ms* York.
md 4 H Pr-ypMS. *AAd rwauii asid dea*rs ta
NfiMMAI Tuserv Pl.B Cam A *o
HOT.SKUOL U-XA'Mg will tsa kaffsr I
panacea •" p*raoes Astinag
AMI r " >— Fsaraigia,
Rill us Cslte, Fata U Ik*
IJMUENT, hacb.hewsls er aide, w* wetd
**y las tt cuaou ruscu
sea FAMILY hint a car IT of ail
HOL SEBOLD Otasrs IBs remedy yea waat
PANACEA fo * "-terete sad ssteraal ase
JISD A A" eared lb* above earn
FAMILY F'teet* l Uomdsnds el cesss
"bsr* It ae misiahs aboat it.
LINIMENT. Try It Bold by all Pruggtsta
The Mark ft*.
beef Cattle-Prim* to Extra llubock* I .11 a .11
llrat quality .11%* -ISM
s.um |u* Uy . .lu** .11
toritlnarj tbla t'ait.r . . a ,10b
liiiirn.l m haw (tat. .* a* .I*
Mitch row* SJ CO *MG on
ituga-i-iv* : s . ;
I iraaeed 7a* .7
Hheep „ .*S
t-ertoD. Middling IT %% .I''
fiiiw -litn tlarnrt .CM aI.H
Mat# <ll.-* fc to a S.TB
W heat tied Waaler* . |JJ a j*j
ho. 3 Spring 11l alee
Rye I.ld a 1.10
barley "ait I . m
data lined tlrMTt 61 * ,(]
.om Mli.4 tf.atrru . ,*3 ft *3
Hay per U 30 On able
*!raw -per 1.44 ....tXUD *l6.(w
Hop ml* a .30 W . a ,1|
'■wt Meaa . * I* 3t aj;.ti
I-ar ,lea ,HH|
PvlroWnm .'rah ...... ?%a T* krlanl .11^
11-Ucr Male S3 a My
I lne .. .11 a Mi 4
1U440, VeQow 16 a .33
W eetetn ordinary 30 a 31
Iviuu. lania Our .15 a .36
fbnea state factory. SO a .It
Mate skimmed . a . 6
Ohio 10 a ill
Egg* Slate l , .jij^
llerf < attic 11l ,i 6 to
Sheep 6.*Tia T.J
lb*. U.e 435 a 30
Flour 6.T4 a MO
Wheal- No. J Spring .1.07 * |t
""> .SJ a *4
Oata . ....... .4* a .41
lty ltd a 1.04
tWrtey I.M a 1.04
1-erJ ....... 'y* .ley
*heet . Ml 1 |.
It ye—-State 1.01t,* l.
Corw-Mire.l si ya ZKtw
barley Slat* 1.75 a 1J0
Oala - State . .tub* .61
Flour 7 .50 a 6IS
WTheal- Waalern Re-1 ... I.M a 1.44
Obh-Mn ■ * *0
Ml re 1 m * .80
r-lrolrum -Crudr 11 Iteßtiad 14%
Ckilar See.) aSo *ll,l*
7 .math J 3.74 * 300
rotton- fdtw Middling .16 a .16%
Flour-P.a Ira 7.3a a 635
Wheat 150 a 1.64
I'ore eTa .67
OaU . .60 a .47
"$lO A DAY."
At*nl| can ob<*!n T*rmancnt nt
Ptr.|lt7 fnr tb • I* < f thr t>r • t •£U f *rft •t*
It r. Amy r<ahf fr##. a 4 •* lutivf •
given. AtJJtrii U1 •> r - in h 4 C-..r-Murifh !*♦
ITPIII l*lat C 400U I'lrlurti, FriffiM 4c,
PJ [i Uy a. pa*-'* wa< l'*la |*r era hi I*4 •
II P. If r*r* bio!trt 3 -t ttampt. O K Piiivt.
11 UV V Vat ! •hrr. U R> .t •!♦•. TOffc
Vgtnlft Wftotrd 0r I'ft J rigviT g* 9*nA 2ft
tti for ••mulct J. H lot'CM 4 C<'..Wtrrt,hL
The Loading Republican Paper
in the Northwest.
A Uniilo I'uprr.ronUlnlnc Fort, -Right
I.org# Columns of lirodina NslUr.
AS A LITERARY.
AND FAMILY PAPER
It is UnexcsUsl by any la th# Country.
DAILY ft? a# per vr
HVMI iWFKI.T I'li-I'tni
WKI.KLT 180 ptiyiu
SAUrLK COriKS SKST TRKK dddreu
INTER-OCUAN. 119 Luke Ftrret. Ch.r.jo. 11l
S"w,> Kh week Aeent, wanted, parti on
_ i Ct liri fro. i. VQkTH i (V , St. Inula Mo
N.tiaontond Swrct Potato Plant*.
May and . one. B-ol lor the northern ilniete.
rn hi-j to carry I i.g dtatencea Br mail. prepaid
tern par If*. Br Eaprvaa, 1.800 H Plai oui.l on
WA Uk ESI AW A TEH.
MINERAL ROCK SPRING,
And All lliam f IBS llvr and htdneya. TBI*
~T,r it > OR kuowii and a.-Id aa a re meCy for tha
abort dtaraara.in tall parta "f lb* worlf. It la
trial, wonderful what aßai-l it haa vp--n thr human
ajatam. It ta now brlag ahlppad At lha f tlowlnf
lUrre'4o gal 1, half do. ft; dem-John and )uga.
Ml ranta p--r g.l . pai hage ratra . hntitaa tqla.i #J M
par dor. Money mint accompany tna ordar. a*
capl to our rrg-ilar anthoriaad agant. Irqul'Oof
your Dtußgiat for Waukraha Mlnaral R-. k Sprli g
Waiar. Adrtreaa e. f. OI.IN A 10., Waukeah*.
Wla., for ordara for tha watar or ftrr circular a.
eincutnart, Juna 11,1STX
r r. 01.1 S A CO.. Wauarahs. Wta Havtm uaad
your Watar liom tha Mlnaral B-. k Spiti g. Wauka
aha Wta . for tha Dlabatra 1 hava found grrat ir
Itiffroai tha uao of lha aatni*. Bafora 1 r.-nt
maurad uatng Una watar, my phyatrlan rip-mod
to n-r tha aparlflr gravity of my arlna waa :C. and
aftar nalng It f-r twauly daya tha apariflt gravity
of tha uriiia waa radu- ad to ill, ah wlnga groat
Improvrmont. and flntflng grrat relief In not
baltig rompallod to urinate ao frequently. I had
other aatera. but give It aa iny opinion that tha
M-iieral Rock Spring ta preferable. Ami Ido ra n
rally re. ommand It to all who ara afflicted with
the dtaeaae commonly known aa Platctca.
IteepeetDilty youra. Ai.rajto WuAOir,
Dept. Coll. Int. Rev., Bo S W. Third Street,
Hroaos, Wis.. May 7,ISJS.
MXMR* e. c. OUR CO.—Dear Sim: In testi
mony if lha great ral te of Mineral K>rk Spcug
Water fur thoa* tuffe'ing Willi diaeaac nf the Ktd
neyi.lwmilt atata thi 1 had been aufferlng for
month* with InahMta, pasting large quantities
Ofnrtue, hcary with sugar, end tnrmon'ed with *
dtatrc-aing Herat. gradually losing firth end
• Ire Bill aud finally the ute of my lower llmba,
wnirn became ilmul derma of feeling. My ptiy
• tnans iiarr ma up, sue aald that 1 had but a abort
time to ITTC. 1 had lost all -hopca <f recovery,
whrnlwaa Induced louae Mineral Rock Spring
Water, and atnea ihen 1 have gradual y regained
the use of my llmba, and alto gained atreninh and
flerh. It hat dona f rme whet medical ekil' could
not do. 1 am thankful for returning hcal'h. and
my p-yer;ia that It may prove to other* afflicted
with kidney affcctlona at great a bleating at it haa
beau to myaelf. Toura truly,
MM. Jam BAXBIM.
.TKJTOS, w A NTMikfrrffK
Ssiphi A. sti —ls rrllsbl* lotel -is pat.f, d**l*ss
Aitsiil IB s*rr S"Hin of tats "Ist. In aia M
la not now i)<l II is s totetlr WBIBSI
I ompttif, rslutus IU satplat p<sißim IS ts
msisl<is svsrr SB. a< ss t ii|aiit swaf.
rttrsukss LB RIN ITIAN i sit I • si ths IOBSSI posstSlt
ISIVA AU of its follrist Bts loifsltsbls W't
thill vslusßflsi tbs IfcirS t-'->sratC sli
SI r-ioi t sets llk Ml skl wu. Al'Blr •
II k -t I llSlts V Prss'l. SSI I'BSAIUBI SI f'Sil*
I. J w tkti.ri.t-. Osn Waat Supi I in. so
BBS B til aOKNT* wsntsS IB laws BBS
I In A a.II ISA or . 1
I Lb Alia ordsr A Mrr tks lnAl TaaCoißpMi|
ta Amsn.-s Importsrs' BfteßS aß< tniaiwwaau
to Assuia ks'"l S'f etrruW. A•",
tunißß r wauus. u vstsy St., m no. as. tm
THE MORION WIFE.
Am UKS'IS Uskim fr IklA (MllkSS SkcS It
An# Iks Advsrourss BBS 1-WnSSWtU
BW'.IMSI M I Iffsn tp ksrspy kr I ASM IkAWlksl
B Ml. r Kin Prnptl.l . <1 S .IlKtlif Bit lkl lIBfllA
I. ua. i*so And sUwtlmil fun of ttoillli'd ad
VSBIUfSt, ' HIBI'IBUS BBS pklßStlr ArsBSS | ISS BNI
ftaai insi I l l rlltul Vurtrait ol tSs AaMwirsss
Slid I.f Irs I. S-'tsssss. MA nod as.'ansa ; trite Bd
Irri.riMH ink, A P" e'rrstjitA, sdntssa M SMT
Poaii PUI lVtklllMO t-o . hsi td.rd.eoMß.
This hswisy MsrAias y is* IA bd MlidsqiM le
Ik* uwr i* puid far ere t.itdtlv nul it ikr isW >/
*a te S*B If Ikrr* |* M.I li srillr " SgVAAI As v>
,CI c h"V hs fit' V If 'r I A.w 1 A
A| livni ikiioi lead BA rt*. le Ufa p Row
Ft.<. A < <., dl Isik Rub.BSW V. Ik f tbsvr
B|Afrf U Ilk. uipi rßMtltiiag llsl# ■ f *** i.swt
pvpsr*. lit stiiiasl t saowia* . utl of severtAdlag
THE Agents Make SIBO A
Ovet per Maatb, telling ear 808
Q _ CT vt APS. IMtnttKS, til HO-
OtST Ut. Br., mass Ma* of ItkH
V I'ttte I \ l ie. kslid fr.r Utl
Chteb-gus Sled AS* oar saw utters
urr It bttinoMAN,
Tt I k M.ielsy atrswl N Y
nil ikM'b . Fill li t
Will ba seat lis* by ass 11 is any ess sshdtag tbelr
kddisit lufit liroAdwsy, Hit Yrfc _
Wor* for Everybody Oeod Wages Pvrass
as .1 Employmtui. Mm and Wumea warned
- nil peniculars frs*.
Add red!, W A BFNliFkaO* d On
Clevslsed, i..iw tl, heait.Mo
15,000 Sold in 60 Days.
■ r Mary Clamnvar Amea. b !—***
Uft." tMilari, eiwrrt, ej Hrrw, miM ie
lac* M-. i th* m • *H' t*a* " Wi
|HM was-- -hem." nu us n, ... uv'wi sl
bat as* U. . ... AiutAf ,te)< rur ev.k f- utsss Mr
StL ll Is 18, CSV *v, *k*rr Silk A.prylßA, SkK-HI
Ist ksd sikr ttf Dunns**. OSS lev •" 444 *•**>. Is
SB* ASSkAkl* " MIS lu Alp< *' ls"t S*t ft" t
er.4. t It eslasUA all rll.tr Wu. si .1 kn* Msd AA". S
HUIMU". 11 Is AS ASA - .iuue. It w***
dni) ■ AAtrsv. A. SACATSiy hssc. . Mrs Is Ihs HAS Mr A*
ee.AU • A At. j hssy A. sky mi Is . IT. San snv
ss* AS. Ai " All* VASI:S.<A.i .n AA£ ssr n-m irrwn AdsrrsA
A A WoavrukuYua A u, Msnmd. baa
*l4 A A \ NIIVTH Tfl AUKNTW Mis
VIHII -a. imfriavfdMOMS sttt rrut saw
Klin! tMi 111 III*A, lbs only low purs*
UllJll L'-* kiiua hswiug Mtrbias sver it
veMsd A •*.#• J> 11**..*, <1 aBR
A CO., Boston. Msts .SI Cits, er Pltulmrab. fh
r *" '" U drsrnp'irr
Elastic True Co.,
uruv rr .o -- rte sua hddi**sr# of I oihsrt ha*
" " • ir.s.rt p. stpsid A Fttir cbreme. w.rtb
VAT $1 M sad tOAtrwr-tirnvA to. rlehr GL6 S day
NUI, rniat d r*., Xt tevUnt 11.
bis* Itn-10. Frlrr, tieu.
•sat postpaid o* rsee'pt id lb* pile*. Ag**ti
What** ia *v**y city sud tovra
Address LKR 4 MrFARO. Return
dVONWTANT KNFLUIHRXT.-AI bom*
V m.l* or temtlr .# r w*k estrsaled He cspl
Ist reguirsd Fail phMtrulsrt and a vaiasUr
ttmplr art.l Ire* adeirtk, siltlrl. rsiy-a stamp.
A O YiTKP. V una Bt . Wilnsmraareh W Y
THE AMERICAN BASKET COMPANY.
Sew tirtlslla, < onto.,
Tks irads say. maautmrtais lb* best Bsth t ta lb*
ts A f I*l IS SAC f. ..ts Itatos Rst'sa sad trhst, a
tisilug uf lb* dig*i*ui k'ud* t*l.sc f.r Also BAA*
efsriareiA if lb* i'*l*brAi#g Amsrtcaa Bsrrt
lissbsi sud 1 rale, V*b*t>a sad plant Baskets
Uisp* I- in „f ail sisrs, st pries* to salt th*
tlmss t ed tei Fries List
-urea att 31 n more trrm the wwri Strol
' it In In a rututat> Blolrh or I'mipl. .
From two t" til botUe* are vimuM to
< tali It fcrnm or Tetter, rinplee
on lace, Holla, Eryaipelaa and
l.tver lomptalnt. Mr to twelve boi
!". warrauicl to rare trralaloas
vw ell Inua and Sorre and all Mltln and
Itlood blarsara Ity |l rderfcl
Hrrloral y ti.jwrtlev Uwlll rare the not
loir n I ■ : Hr.pertng Cotigh in half
the tlft.e iw|wrd l.r any .Owr madirine
ai d t l-rr(r. tlj aafe. \- >rning cmifti. aootti
trg IniuttCn, and retlrvinrr K-rrwe hold
1" a; 1' • r -i- ||.I.PIi:K(T,MD.
\ nrlit'i lyiapriiaary, buOalu, N. V.
'<££*> FLORENCE i®T
ra# I ncy-ranlHlnl SaU a/ (he
rUHti.M I "t w IM. vttttilNHCO.
-. ika Marat. Whaalat 4 W ilaaa,
4 .4.*4 #**■
Il flnnVfi bp (he
Sv. , . (aarl of Ihe 1 M.lrU Aretea
la fa ,i in* • I 111.1 MI. *7ika *!*•* haa
hral'N fha haaayaly of (f.yt I'rlwi.
THE NEW FLOPENCI
J$ lA# OS t Y vnnrhlH* fluff mn Mrk*
%i\trd <f mr ft* riffht left.
fis fttpemt Hr+i.
BOIM pea * i'si.7 near l laawa va X
< i l lt and HI 51.mn.
4prU, 1*74. r.'aemea, Vaee.
IMV I nillai ea th* *44rra of ire paraona with
" rI " I y -ta *.l. tereiT#. rrav A beaattfat Chr. ler
nair I * ' n.alrertinna ko* to cat rtrk.poat-pa.4
Unt | f.fv.V rwif* th. to- a*th Wh St.. Phi la. Pa
*I'UI! I till 1
to, g.vo. |7) * 9too.
GOOD, DURABLE AID CHEAP
Shipped Ready for Uea.
Mantif rtorrd bv J W. I'll ATM AN
I Co.. Maniac*, ten.
IP" m 4 for a Catalog**- aa
AOKNTS W A*T*n .> aril ear pair ralahrated
Article* fr Lad-ea' wear Iwdlapeaeahleeea
ataolufrly nrcratary 10,000 SOI.U
stOA'Tlll.3 . The* aleeemaMrl and aati*.
fact.on sOPKMJtI.KI It ISO WITH.
OFT TItK.M. samplr •. I on rrcaiyt rf
• 4.0il KM KK. send S>r Meatratee etrrm
ar IK IIIIJ Rl-RHFk Cfi . P ChawHrra S' NT
TEAS AND COFFEES
AT W Hol.JtßAl.lt 1 RICKS
ocreased Facilities to Club Organisers.
Mva.l for Sew l*rlre-l.t*t.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
P. O Iter 36411. M end S3 Veaay l , W. T
HO! FOR COLORADO!
With tta lorlon eltmate. na*tseent acanery.
tn-.utrtf reanercea, aterk (rrwtaa. farrpine and
health adrantafra O.neraland .nertal liih.rma
llnn rr. fry# Addrvaa A. II PATTERSON, Fort
Collins. Colorado. .
TkAnfT of Mod I cat Wand ara abonld ha read by
Hi I! I Mall Sent free f.-r f atampa Addrt aa
DUUH, DB UItRAI'MIT) Ctoctrinatt.C.
"EAT TO LIVE."
F. E. SMITH A CO.'S O
Alia*tie Mill' Brook'.™. K V >• lha PrrAwflwaa
of Food. AVHolcanntr, Itrllrloua ami kco.
nnmlrßlt * tmtpit h*hy* Fvr rhiUimi
rml Mtiim. we*!'? it •
Rttid h* * \ ORnCCft** rmnhlpu. with lo
ik.f mf rttn h t* Food Mhl HrnllK wm frss.
TtHKa I MJtlTtt fr Faraiert a S|trcisHy.
(Jrrolrmt and iMlrml of I'hnrrh Choir Itnoka.
For all deipimUiaUiina.Ha.6o a dor Saap.er-py.f 1.38
CI. * KKf a X Ett M KTIIUD FOR Til F.
I'l IXO-roRTE. TB* lIhST cur Iseisrc
nou Boosa. flaatbeendoraemeutof allgood
t- .\<-!ier* who have raamtned it. Vrul 6, mail, 3.78.
Tn* ORBIT Mrair*t. MOHTBLT ! F.I.KV F.N page# of
pt-w inuair—ami NINK pages of nmaiial tualtar tn
ra. ti nunilx-r. loigh If. lOrta •.? •.; n in
eiudinp U.tuttfiU I'MHOMO. SI.OO per year.
LEE Si WALKER'S MUSICAL ALMANAC.
.tentfrrt to any tutdrai.
Gi i/i-sst uooi. FORI ii rose t\.
• THE rmvuin IsarsocToa." "TIB bssl
work for teachora and ptipila.
■Vent fcy Mail, price. >3.80.
LEE & WALKER.
IHUM # , *XPOSEDti-S;SH-S
- --I . >■ . i- i—-
MTrttnnil wftlaml Truth Triumphant! Arenta,
lUUIIAIiJII iisiistsnyiMtnireW OresHtilhdorw
mmta tn Ajrnt and Piirchaftera. ('aUucifrves. Term*, and full
particular* teat free toslL T. O. Vic tut AT. AUAUSU. Vlnuu
BUY J. & P. COATS' BLACK THREAD for TOUT MACHINE
THE DYING BODY
SUPPLIED WITH THE
VIGOR OF LIFE
Blood Burifier 1
Will rntki Ik* Blood par*, tb* tkta eiaar, DM Xyw
brltui, ih* Oeatplatia* laMk and InuptMri, Ik*
■*lr Mimii, tad NBon ill Mor*e,l*uapUa, Blaleha*.
fuMuin. Tetter*, (lulmi, Ha., from Ik* Baad,
rum, Mark, Mouth, and Htm. U I* III***■! la
Uk* tot Ik* doaa I* null.
II Baaolraaaway Diaeaaot Dapoalta; It forth#* Ik*
Koot ud IhMaovtto* Ik* Syatam, It MUM
with c*rt*ity all Ckronle Dtaeaaaa (hat
kartlln|*r*4 la th*ry*t*ta knar
Ma fan, wbathar It fa*
Scrofula or Njrphllltlr, Hereditary or
BE IT SEATED IM THE
Lu|t or Stomach. Skia or Bosoa,
mu.k ar Narva*.
ooßarrriso THE SOLID* AID VITIATIEO
rr ii TAX OHLY poiitirs CTTU FOB
KIDNEY and BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urtsary and Wi.mb Din****. Orsnt, Irtabataa,
Drop.,, Sioppa** at Water, 1 neon n nan a* of Drtao,
Brtfuc. D IMII. Albuminuria, aad tm *1 Ml*
wkor* Ihrro ar* lrtrt-du*i d-p<cu, Chrome hbao
mtum, Scrofula, Uianduler kw*ln,, Hacking Dry
OoOfh. Cooearoo* ASeeUaua, Syphilid* iJempUiMa,
at Ik* Ltoyi W*t*r Km, Ttc
Duloroaa, White Bwetuaga, Tumor*. Clear*, MUa
and Hip UIIIIM. M*rc*n*J Diimtm, P.mcM Com
plaint*, float, Drupay, ktchato, Bail Hliaaaa. Bros-
AIM, CowoapM, Dm t'omtiUtau, Clear* la
Urn Throat, Mouth. Tumor*, Hodaa la tha (Hand*
aad otkar pan* at lb. ay aim, ton Eym, atriimnr
oaa lhacfcanf <* '"> tha Lara, aad Uu ant form
at Bdua UMMMI, Eruption*, la Bona, Scald
Hand, Riug Won* Halt Itb-om, Erralpela*, Jurat,
Ulara Hp.*., Worm* in th* rteoh, Caaear* In tha
Womb. and all ****** In* tad palatal duaharp**.
Sight damn, Lnaa of Sperm aad all want** at tka
M* principle ara wiilua th* enratfr* rang* ef thM
*wud*r at Modru l'b*mi*try, *r,d a f*a day** oa*
will proa* to any |irr*ot uatag a for either of tkaa*
forma at dlaaaa* ila ptnt po mar to oar* tkaa*.
Sold by Drugglata 91XX) par %xda.
Ra Ra Ra
The Cheapest tad Best Medicine for
Family Use in the World!
Oaa M) Cast Bottln
WILL CCEE HOKE OOMPLAIJITB AMD PKE
VEST THE KThTKM AUAIXHT HCI'DKM AT
TACKS or EVIDKMICI* AMOOUXTAUIOUS DIS
EASES THAM USE HL'SDRED POU-AJU EX
PKSDED FOB OTHLIt MEDICTSES 0 MEDI
THE HOME XT KUDWArtKEADT EEI.IET IS
APPLIED EXTEftSALLT—OK TAKES IST tit
K ADI-T AOC lU DISCI TO DJKKcT to**—PAIS,
TEOM WHATKVKH CACHE, CEASES TO EXLUT.
IMPQSTAXI —H aera, Termor*. and otkar* iw-
OdJßg ta aparae'y-art lied di.ln.-U, ahrre It U dlfk
rail ta*near*U*riKw*of apbyttcuen, HAD WAV*
KEADT BELILE M taralaabt*. It c*a tp u**d *ttk
poottir* mortar* at Aaiuf pood la *JS cam akef*
lata or diammfurt tii-nrmul; or If amaad vith
inJuraaa, Dtptbona, Hor* Throat, Had Uougha,
H.<- rnr*a, luUoiw Colic, Inflammation of lb*
itoaula, Stemarh, Dung*. Larer. Kidney*: or with
Croon. Qui nam, Trrrt aad Ayur ; ar with Srurah
*•*, Haadaokr, Tta Datoraui, Toothache, Earache;
at with Lomhagu, fata ta th. Beck. or Kkrumatlam;
or wttk Diarrhea*, Cholera Mt but, or Dyoaalery;
or with euro*, Iv-aid*. or Brutaaa ; or with Htrmloa,
Cramt*. or Mpa*m*. Th* aj>i-Ucatlob at HADWAYH
HKaDT UKUEE Wili car* you at tb. warn at tkm
oomplateta la a faw hoar*.
Twaaty drop* In half a tam Mar at nil wll. la a
f*w momoat* cur* CKAMML SPASM A, bOCE
ATOMACU, HE A rents, EICE HEADACHE,
1>: M'.KH.Lt, DTSESTEItr.OOLIC.WISD IK THE
tWELA, aad all ISTKUSAL PAIXB.
Travctcr* abould alwar* carry a bottw at EAD-
WtCt HEADV hU.li r mbibm. A few drop*
la water *rili pravmit alckaa** or patua frota rhaac*
at watar. It M hollar tkaa Fraaok Brandy at Hiitari
*a a attmulaaL
•aid by Drsgfiata. Price. M Ccnta.
treUlw*. ibiwtlf c**t*d with nraet ran,
Cim. r-wnlaU. purify. cleanee. u d *tr*actoaa.
M'*irs FlUil. forth* cut* of B dfrdirtof
thr Mwiuri, Liver, Boweto, Kidney*. NU,
X-rvon* I KMM, Headache, OcmltpMlon, Oovtlv*.
n#**. ldn—nop. Dmjsit, BUtouiMM, Bllkr**
F**r, InlLmmaiioti of th* Hereto, Ink*, and *ll'
lff*4iiiiiU of th* Internal Vtaoer*. Warranted
a* rffart a poaitlv* our*. Far*!; V<*rdahle, maul*-
iny no marrury, ißiorrala, or 4eUrtoa drag*.
t*~ Obaarr. tb* foliowia# mptoOM raaaMfag
from Inrertore at th* Dwmin Cigtw:
Ccmujiauoa, lanid !*U, ratla**. of tb* Wood
la tb* Head, Acidity of tb* Htonocb. N a uvea. Heart
burn. I>i*gat at rood, Folia*** at W*tgbt t* th*
ftu!**rb. Roar KroctaOoa*. ftlnktbk or Fluttering at
tb* Ptt of tb* Matter*. fnmtUnj of lb* Head.
Martlod and bilbtt Bmtbiag. Flutters** *1 tb*
Kaon. Choking or PuffooaUaj SmttUoaa wbra ta •
Lytnf Poet are. [r.mon* of fhioa, !>ot* or Web* bo
for* tb* fitght, ftw and M Fata la U>* Head,
tMrtaoejr of Pmpirattoa. Teilowu*** of th* Kfeta
and Kyua. Palo to th* Sid*, Cheat. Uat*, tad *n4d*u
n**b* of H*t, Burning In th. Vm\.
A torn do*** of tUDVV AVU FILLS trill fn* th*
•j!*m from all tb* *bor* earned diaordm.
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the Sierra KePada mountains of Califor
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are extracted therefrom without the one
of Alcohol. The question la almost
dally aaked. "What la the cause of the
uiijterallelod snccees of VI*EOA* BlT
TKitaf Our answer Is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers hie health. They are the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Benovator and Invtgorator
of the arstem. Never before in the
history of" the world hss a medietas base
oomMHmdM Mssssning lbs remarkable
aIiUM of Tissues BITTCBS in heaJJnglhe
of every dieeaee man is heir to. J!%ey
era e gentle Purgative as weti as s Twla
relieving Cooaeeuoa or iriisnnrisrioß m
(be Uvtr sad V woeral Organs, in Bilious
The propprtlp* of D. Wxinft
Vinoss kittkiu are Aperient. lioinbowdA
Carminative, Xuiritwae. Lassliva. lnurere,
bedeuve, Counter-irritant, Sudorific, Altera
tive. and Anti Biliotu.
(*ral*Tul Thousands proclaim Vi*
go A K BITTKES tbe most wonderful In
ngorasi that arm susuwsd tb* sinking
>s> Peroon ran take these Bitters
according to directum*, and remain long
unwell, provided their boned are not de
stroyed by mineral polaoo or other
meant, and vital orgaoa wasted beyond
Billon*. Remittent and Inter
mittent Fever*, wfakb ere ao preva
lent in tbe valleys of our great rivers
throughout tbo United States, especially
these of tbe Uiastaaippi, Ohio, Mutaoan,
lllinoia, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas. Bed, Colorado, Brarot, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tn by tariff, throughout oar
entire country during UB Summer and
Aututpu, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual beat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tbe stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In thak
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful Influence upon these venous or
gam, is essentially necessary. Them
is no cathartic lor tbe purpose equal l)
Da. J. Walesa's VIXSOAB BITTEBB.
as tbev will speedily remove tbe da: k
colored viacid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, t! tbe same time
stimulating the secretions of tbe liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
function* of tbe digestive organs.
Fortify the body against dines* 9
by purifying all its fluids with VIXET.ak
Bnmut&. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
acbe. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tbe Cbest, Dizziness, Sou*
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Teste
in tbe Mouth, Bilious Attacks. Pal pit*-
tat ion of tbe Heart, Inflammation of ti,.
Lungs, Pain in tbe region of tbe Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
tom*, are tbe offsprings of Dyspepsia
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of it* merits than a lengthy advertise,
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whits
Swelling*. Ulcer*. Eryupelaa. Swelled Nuct
Goitre, Scrofulous lnfUmmauoiu, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sorer, Ernpuon* of the Sam, Sore Eye*, eta.
la these, a* in all other tunsutubonal Dis
ease*, Walui s VIA*; AS BITTSBA hare
tbown Ur greet curative power* in the
mo*t obstinate and intrer table caw.
For Inflammatory and Chronig
Rheumatism, Gout. Bilious, Remit
tent and 1 ntermtttent Fever*. Diseases of
th* Blood. Liver, Kidney* and Bladder,
there Bitter* have DO <-qunL Such Li* tie re
are ratiaed by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases,-Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
number*. Type-retten. Gold bearer*, sad
Miners, u they advance m life, are cubjeeC
to paralysis of the Boweia To guard
again it this, take s dose of W autxa'a V tx
•SAB BITTEKS ocoasionaUy.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions. Tet
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Pustule), Botk, Carbuncles. Ringworm*.
Scald-head. Bora Eyre. Erystpeiaa Itch.
Scurf*, Qiaooloretiotu of the Skin, Humors
and D tresses of the Skin of whatever nam*
or nature, are literally dug up sod earned
out of the system in a'short time by ths ore
of there Bittare.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the ivrtrm of eo many thousand*,
are effectually destroyed mad removed. Ms
system of medicine, no vermifuge* no am
tiieinumUc* will free the system hum worms
like these Bitter*.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the tarn of life, them Tome
Bitten display so decided an influence thai
improvement it soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you And its impurities bunting through
the akin in Pimples, Eruption*, or Sores,
cleanse it when von find it obstructed it i
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when ; is
fool; your feelings will tell you wbau. Keep
the blood pure, aitd the health uf Uo systaa
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THROAT AND LUNG
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Trn even in its erode state has been recommended by
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