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Wrecks Far Out at Sea.
If the poet whose youthful dreams
were typified by wrecks far out at
sea, in the dim fashion of symbolism
that poets sometimes affect, had ou
ly been a reader of the Bureau Ver
itas and its statistics of shipwreck,
he would no doubt have perceived
that the symbolism of his phrase did
not end with himself, and that
wrecks for out at sea are by no means
uncommon in prosy commercial cir
cles. Ships have gone down meta
phorically ever since poets were, but
there is something vastly different
and a trifle more appalling in the lit
eral going down of a vessel. It in
volves more than dreams and aspira
tions—fantastic fancies set with im
aginary sails. Men sink, and lives
which have been are lost in a moment,
leaving but a bubble on the surface
of the sea that breaks unmarked of
Statistics of maritime disaster—
mere undemonstrative numerals—
are nevertheless suffused with pathos.
Every shipwreck is the wreck of so
many lives—the breaking of so many
poor human bubbles that reminds
even those who never venture to sea
in ships what bubbles they are and
how liable to break. Such figures
carry with them, in their prosaic
way, whole sermons on humility, sor-
rows enough to wring poems from
hearts of stone, tragic scenes enough
to battle the sure and ready pen of
a Dickens; and as they stand one
above the other silently in their col
umns, they seem almost, to a fanci
ful mind, to be talking the matter
over among themselves, rehearsing
what they really mean to the wives
It may be taken for granted that
the figures are not complete, that
many a lost ship, with all on board,
never gets even the epitaph of an
Arabie numeral; but, such as they
are, the report for July, 1873, as ex
hibited in the last number of the Bu
reau presents a large total. Nine
ty-nine sailing vessels and thirteen
steamers were lost during those thir
ty-one midsummer days, about twen
ty-one of which, when the Bureau
went to press, there was a mystery.
—N. Y. Evening Pout.
Tobacco : A Boy's Debate.
"What do boys chew tobacco for?"
"I don't know, do you?"
"Does it make their teeth white?"
"No, it makes them black."
"Does it preserve the teeth?"
"No, it destroys them."
"Does it sweeten the breath? "
"No, it makes it foul."
"Does it aid digestion?"
"No, it hinders it."
"Does it make a boy look manly?"
"No, it makes him look like an un
"Would you like to see your sister
"Would you like to see your mo
ther chew? "
"Would you like to see your father
chew J "
"1 should not like to say; father
might not like to hear what I have
to say on the subject, so let us drop
"And I will drop the quid," said
the father, who overheard the con
"A GAY young Lutheran," is what
an Oil City lady called a young blade
whom she suspected of rapidity. The
young Lothario denied the soft im
peachment and said his father was a
Methodist, but lie "didn't belong regu
lar to any meeting house, himself."
WHEN death has come it is never our
tenderness that we repent of, but our
HE WHO reigns within himself and
rules his passions, desires and fears is
indeed a king.
AN OLD man is employed in the house
of Harper & Brothers who liegan work
ing for them upwards of fifty years ago,
when the firm was first known by its
BOOKS in China are not dear and all
the standard histories and scliool-books
are very cheap. The whole of the Con
fucius classics sell ;.it from 30 cents to
$1.50, according to the quality of the
paper, while the Chinese primer, contain
ing 1080 characters, sells from H to 2
cents per copy. The Chinese never lay
duties on books.
IT HAS been said that the wheat of
California is worth more to the state
than its gold. A six months' review
of the wheat trade of California shows
a crop, sold and unsold, valued at
$-24,000,000 and it is estimated that
the present crop will yield 40,000,000
The total population of the Uni
ted States is 38,925,598. Of these
6,439,206 are males over the age of
21 years; 12,505,923 of the entire
population are reported as engaged
in "gainful and respectable pursuits."
The number of persons aliove tin
ge of 10 years is 20,338,045.
U 0 2
. H n Journal
L. B. COLE & SON,
PROPRIBTORS OF TU.
Blacksmith and Wagon-shop,
Second Street, (between Main & West,)
WA aON ,
SLEIGHS of all description!
manufactured to suit customers ami warranto*.
Repairing always attended to promptii.
Competent and experienced
ploy in both shops to attend to the calls of cus
Charges reasonable for cash or ready a .
2423 L. B. COLE & SON
Before purchasing elsewhere call and
examine the SINGER MACHINE.
A. M. Reynolds, Agent,
Office in Olmsted Block, Condersport, Fa.
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
WOODWARD A BROWN,
WEBER, MATHCSHEK, and
George Woods' Celebrated Organs.
PULLAR'S NEW MASONIC HALL BUILDING,
(Near Howell House,)
WELLSVILLE, N. Y.
Dealers In all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHAN
DISE, SHEET MUSIC, Ac.
TUNING and REPAIRING PIANOS A SPECIALTY.
We invite the Public to examine and criticise the
WOODWARD A BROWN Pianos, and GEO. WOODS'
J. GLASE & SON,
Carpenters & Joiners,
CONTRACTS taken for all kinds of BUILDING—
aniI materials furnished.
DOORS, BLINDS and SASH kept constantly on
hand or nianufabtured to order.
CASH paid for PINE LUMBER.
J. GLASE & SON.
The SINGER is the best machine for
all work. According to sworn returns
there were over 45,000 more sold last
year than any other kind made.
A. M. Reynolds, Agent.
A. H. PEIRCE,
Wholesale and lielail
Oysters by the Can, Quart, Gallon, Hundred and
Thousand received daily.
Families, Parties and Festivals supplied on short
The Trade furnished at reasonable rates.
Give nie a trial and I can suit you.
24-221 A. H. PEIRCE.
Old Sewing Machines of any make
repaired in a workmanlike manner.
A. M. REYNOLDS, Agent.
SOOTS and SHOES !
WOULD respectfully in form the citizens that he
continues the manufacture of
BOOTS AND SHOES
at liis new Stand,
MAIN STREET below MARKET,
(South of the Bridge,)
ALL work done in a workmanlike manner
AND A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED
Give him a call.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
SAPO L I O
is a substitute for Soap for all Household
purposes except washing clothes.
SAPO L I O
for cleaning your House will save the
labor of one cleaner. Give it a trial.
SAPO L I O
for Windows Is better than Whiting or
Water. No removing curtains or car
SAPO L I O
cleans Paint and Wood, in fact the en
tire house better than Soap. No slopping.
Saves labor. You can't afford to be with
SAPO L I O
for scouring Knives is better and clean
er than Bath Brick. J, Will not scratch.
s A p O :LAA>
I s ''£5 ter than Soap and Sand for'polish
ing Tinware. Brighteas without scratch
SAPO L I O
polishes Brass and Copper utensils bet
ter than Acid or Oil and Rotten Stone.
sAPo L I O
for Washing Dishes and Glassware Is in
valuable. Cheaper than Soap.
SAPO L I O
removes Stains from Marble Mantels I
Tables and Statuary, from Hard-finished ]
Walls, and from China and Porcelain.
SAPO L I O
removes Stains and Grease from Car- I
pets and other woven fabrics.
There is no one article known that will
uo no many kimlN of work an<l <lo it as
w II as well as Supolio. Try it.
HAND S A P 0 L I o!
a new and wonderfully effective
Toilet Soap, having no equal in tills j
country or abroad.
HAND S A P O L I O
as an article for the Bath "reaches
the foundation" of all dirt, opens the
pores and gives a healthy action and
brilliant tint to the skin.
HAND S A P O L I O
Cleanses and Beautifies the Skin, In-1
stantly removing any stain or blem- !
Ish from both hands and face,
HAND S A P O L T Oj
Is without a rival in the world for
curing or preventing roughness and
chapping of either hands or face.
HAND S A P OLIO
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Stains A Grease; for workers In Ma
chine shops, mines, Ac, is invaluable.
For making the Skin white and soft
and giving it a "bloom of beauty," it
is unsurpassed by any Cosmetic
HAND S A P O L I 0
costs 10 to 15 cents per cake and
everybody should have it. You will
Don't fail to try these Goods.
Buy it or your merchant if he lirn it or
will procure it for you. It not, write
iorour Pamphlet,"All about Supolio."
and It will be mailed free.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS.
20 Park Place. N. Y.
S. F. HAMILTON
C JBOOR IT- JOB
S. W. corner MAIN and TORI) Streets,
(OVER THE TOST OFFICE,)
(Formerly WOOD A MANN.)
STATIONARY & PORTABLE
The Best and Most Complete Assortment
in the Market.
Tliese Engines have always maintained the very
highest standard of excellence. We make the
manufacture of Engines, Boilers A Saw Mills a spe
cialty. We have the largest A most complete works
of the kind in the country, with machinery spect-
We keep constantly In process large numbers of
Engines, which we furnish at the very lowest
prices and on the shortest notice. We build En
gines specially adapted to Mines, Saw-mills, Grist
mills, Tanneries, Cotton-gins, Threshers and all
classes of manufacturing.
We are now building the celebrated Lane Circu
lar saw-mill the best and most complete saw-mill
We make the manufacture of saw-mill outfits a
special feature of our business and can furnish
complete on the shortest notice.
Our aim in all cases is to furnish the best ma
chinery in the market and work absolutely une
qualled for beauty of design, economy A strength.
Send for Circular and Price List
UTICA STEAM ENGINE CO.
24-ttr)tfßp L'TICA, >. Y.
A BEAUTIFUL $8 CHROMO
TO ALL LOVERS OF ART AND LITERA
WE will send the Beautiful Chromo entitled
"The Uuwelcome Visitor," postage pre
paid, as a premium to every subscriber to our
monthly magazine called the
BUMBLE J} EE ,
contains thirty-two large pages, besides the co
ver, tilled with the best and most interesting
reading. Price, only
SI a Year!
Send on your Dollar and get a dollar magazine
and an eight dollar chromo in return. Sample
copv set free on receipt ol stamp.
We want and will liberally pay
Send stamp for particulars. Address
BUMBLE BEE, Albion, Illinois.
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E. P. NEEDHAM & SON.
ESTABLISHED IN 1846,
Nos, 143, 145 and 147 East 22d St.,
Responsible parties applying for agencies In sec
tions still misapplied will receive prompt atten
tion and lfberal inducements. Parties residing at
a distance from our authorized agents may order
from our factory. Send for an illustrated price
M. H. BIRCE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Oil, CLOTIIS, Etc.,
No. 218 Main St.,
24341y BUFFALO, N. Y.
Singer, Grover & Baker, leather and
common Needles, Thread and Oil kept
constantly on hand.
A. M. Reynolds, Agent.
H. D. TREADWELL,
Wellsville, N. Y.,
Has just returned from New York with a large
Boots and Shoes,
' LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS,
LOOK AT THE PRICES!
* WOMEN'S SLIPPERS from 5Gc. to 51.7."5
F " LEATHER I,ACE BOOTS OOC. " 1.75
3 • MOROCCO " SI.OO " 1.0,1
1 MEN'S THICK BOOTS 2.30 " 4.00
j " Kip " a.73 4.50
, Small Shoes, from 30 cents upwards.
> Sole Leather, 30 rnd 31 cents per pound.
Shoe Findings of all kinds, verycheap.
Remember the place,—directly opposite the
11. D. TREADWELL
FRENCH'S NEW HOTEL.
COR. CORTIANDT & NEW CHURCH STS., N. Y.
On the European Plan.
RICHAHD P. FRENCH. Son of the late Col. Rich
ani French, of French's Hotel, has taken this Ho
tel, newly tltte<! up ami entirely renovated the
same, centrally located in the business part of
the city. Ladles' ami Gentleinens' Dining Rooms
Attached. la 4
In every county of each State, for a new Nation
al Book. (THE LIVES AND PORTRAITS oF
THE PRESIDENTS.) with fac simile copy of the
Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of
the United States and Washington's Farewell Ad
dress, with 19 line steel plates. For Circulars and
Terms address Johnson Wilson A Co., 27 Beek
ham St., New York. la 4
No fees unless successful. No lees in advance. No
charge for preliminary search. Send for circulars.
CONNOLLY BROTHERS, 10* S. Fourth st., Phila
delphia, Pa. A 608 Ninth st, Washington, D.C. 43r4
(f r 4. t (fOn perday! Agents wanted! All class
3)0 4)ZU of working people of either sex,
young or old, make more money at work for us in
their spare moments, or all the time, than at any
thing else. Particulars free. Address G. STIN
SON & CO., Portland, Maine. Br4
Columbia Classical Intsitute.
A Boarding School for Y'otlng Men and Boys. For
Circulars address REV. 11. S. ALEXANDER, Co
lumbia, Pa. sr4
A FORTUNE.— How? By speculating In
MtoetiM and gold. Capital, slo to $100;
will pay sloo to ftooo a month. Full explanation
sent free. W. F. HTTBBELL A CO., Bankers and
Brokers, 39 Wall St., New York. Box 2-252. 4r4
$25 MONEY MADE FAST SIOOO
By all who will work fot us. If upon writing you
do not find us ail square, we will give you one dol
lar for your trouble. Send stamp for circulars to
<4. 11. lll't Ki.KY A CO..Tekonsha, Mich. Sr4
Having struggled twenty years between life and
death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC I experimented
myself by compounding roots and herbs, ami in
haling the Medicine thus obtained. I fortunately
discovered a most wonderful remedy and sure
cure for Asthma and its kindred diseases. War
ranted to relieve the severest paroxysm instantly,
so the patient can lie down to rest and sleep com
fortably. ONE TRIAL PACKAGE SENT BY
MAIL FREE OF CHARGE. Address D LAN
GELL, Apple Creek. Wayne Co., Ohio. ' Br4
l>r. T. M. Sharp's Dyspepsia Pill.
I>r. Sharp's Spoeiilc cures Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Constipation, Vomiting of Food, Sour stom
ach, Water Brash, Heartburn, Low Spirits, Ac. In
thirty-five years never failing to cure the most ob
stinate eases. Sold by druggists. C. S. Jones A
Co., 19 North Front St., Agents for Coudersport,
Pa. Depot, 146 Eighth St., N. Y. Circulars mailed
on application. 4a26
$3,000 for 20 Cts.
Before yon start on a journey, buy an Accident
Insurance Ticket of the Railway Pttssentror*
Assurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. Tickets
for sale at railroad stations. Ask for an Insurance
One of the largest Boarding Schools forl.ot'u sex\s
in the United States. Six courses of study. Mili
tary tactics, Commercial College Course and Tele
graphing. Terms low. Fail term opens Septem
ber 3rd. Send for Catalogue to Rev. I). COPE
LAND, A.M., or L. L.SPRAGI'E, Kingston, Pa. 4r4
COLLEGIATE £ COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE. Si Ha
ven. Conn. Preparatory to college or business.
Circulars sent on application. VOL 11. RUSSFJ.L,"
The very best plan
By which you can obtain Life Insurance is the
Low Premium, Ail Cash, Stock Plan, It furnishes
the largest amount of insurance for a given sum
of money. The contract is plain and definite,
without complication, mystery or uncertainty.
The policy is always worth its face, the premium
never increases. It is the most satisfactory and
economical plan for the insurant. THE TKAVEL
EKS INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn.,
grants Life Insurance upon this excellent plan.
Its security Is unquestioned. Apply to any Agent
or send for Circular. 50r4
Agents wanted for the New Book.
Epidemic & Contagious Diseases
with the newest and best treatment for all cases
The only thorough work of the kind In the world
Embraces Smallpox, Yellow Fever, Cho
lera ami ail analogous diseases. FJO FAftllLf SFLFR
Wl IHOUT it. ami all buy it. Has 24 chromatic il
lustrations. The biggest chance of the season
for agents. Address H. S. GOODSPEED ACO
37 I'ark Bow, New York. Sri
GOOD A GEN IS WANTED FOR
EVERYBODY'S OWN PHYSICIAN.
by C. W. GLEASON, M. 1). Sells rapidly. One agent
sold 100 in one week. Apply at once'to H. X Mc-
KINNEY A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. ' 50r4
Adorn Your Homes with the new Chromo
"Awake" and "Asleep." Sells like wild-lire.
The pair sent for fifty cents. A large discount to
Agents. Address W. F. CARPENTER, Foxboro
<t/n PEK WEEK IX CASH to Agents. Every
4)HU thing furnished and expenses paid.
50r4 A. COULTER A CO., Charlotte, Mich.
The La Croix Medical Dispensary,
ESTABLILHED IN 1537,
Is the oldest A most successful Institution in this
country for the treatmeut of Chronic and Sexuai
Diseases. For terms of treatment call, or address
by mail, with statement of case, S. H. HUN'SDON
Br4 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, X. Y. '
A GREAT OFFER
will dispose of 100 PIANOS A ORGANS of jirsl
class makers, including WATERS', at extremely
low prices for cash, or part cash, and balance ii)
small monthly payments. New 7-Octave tirst
ciass PIANOS, all modern improvements, for
$275 cash. Organs $55, $75. DOUBLE-REEI)
ORGANS,SIOO; 4-STOP,SIIO; S-STOP, $l2B, and
WATERS' CONCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
are the most beautiful and perfect in tone ever
made. The CONCERTO STOP is the best ever
placed in any Organ. It is produced bv a third
set of reeds peculiarly voiced, the EFFECT of
which is MOST CHARMING and SOUL *TIK
RING, white its IMITATION of the HUMAN
VOICE is SUPERB. Terms liberal. ILLUSTRA
TED CATALOOCE MAILED for one stamp. A liberal
discount to Ministers, Churches, Sunday-Schools
Lodges, etc. AGENTS WANTED. 47r4
General and Local Agents, for the Bartram
Sewing Machine, mwle at Danburv, Conn. The
stillest, fastest and easiest Lock-Stitch, Straight
Needle Machine in the market. We give better
terms than any other company.
Address Jolin A. Dodge, Gen'l Agent
47r4 Dim bury. Conn.
WALLACE A COMPANY'S
CREAM TABLE CHOCOLATE
No boiling necessary. A cup of delicious Choco
late made with it in two minutes. No waste
Packed in pound jars. Vanilla or plain. One doz!
Inbox. Unequaled as a confection for lunch"
spread on crackers, with a glass of milk at hand
to drink. For making Soda Water Syrup or fla
voring Ice Cream it is superior to anv Chocolate
made; and for Chocolate Cake, nothing else will
be used where this has been tried. For sale bv
J. T. WARREN A CO., Cincinnati, O. 47r4
Write for a Price List to Jf. If JOHNSTON',
Great Western (iun Works,
No. 179 SMITHFIELD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
Breech-loading Shot-guns, S4O to S3OO. Double
Shot-guns $8 to $l5O. Single Guns $3 to S2O P.ifles
$8 to $75. Revolvers $5 to $25. Pistols $1 tosß (iun
Material, Fishing Tackle. Large discount to deal
ers or clubs. Army guns, Revolvers, etc., tiought
or traded for. Goods sent by Express C. O. l)"to
lie examined before paid for.' " '4-4
Workiner Class MAI , K " R KKMAT.K,S*O a
b week guaranteed. Re
spectable employment at home, day or evening -
no capital require.!; full instructlons'and valuable
package of goods sent free by giail. Address with
6 cent return stamp, M. YOUNG A CO.
4'r4 173 Greenwich St., N. y
"Y7"OUNG MEN A LADIES qualified for practi-
JL cal operators at the Buffalo Telegraph Insti
tute A City Line Telegraph. Ever, graduate se
cures a position. The largest and most complete
in America. Address, for circular and catalogue,
( . L. BRY ANT, Supt., Buffalo, N. Y". t#r4
Is the nearest approach to a specific ever discov
ered for Dyspepsia, Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Gout,
Gravel, Diabetes, Kidney <V Urinary Diseases gen
erally. It restores iiuiscnlar jtower to the Paralyt
ic. it cures Liver Complaint, chronic Diarrhoea,
Piles, Constipation, Asthma, Catarrh A Bronchi
tis, Diseases of the skin. General Debility A Ner
vous Prostration froui Menial or Physical Kxcess
es. It Is the Greatest Antidote ever discovered for
Excessive Eating or Drinking, it corrects the
stomach, promotes digestion A relieves the head
almost Immediately. No household should be with
out it. For sale by all Druggists.
: tfPora history of the Springs, medical re|x>rts
of the power of water over diseases, marvellous
cures and for testimonials from distinguished IIIPII
send for pamphlets. \\ HITNEY BROS., General
Agents, 227 s. Front st.. Philadelphia. Pa.
GETTYSBURG SPUING Co. 43r4
Af n .. r.y made rapidly with stencil a key check
' outhts. Catalogues A full particulars
| free. S. M. SPENCER, iit Hanover st. Boston. 8N
How "Tis ROOTS, os* Ihesecret oat-
Mustache A Whiskers in 4*2 days. This GREAT
SECRET ami 100 others. Gamblers' Tricks, Cardiol
ogy, Ventriloquism, in all tha original BOOK OF
WONDERS. Mailed for 25 cents. Address D. C.
CUTLER, Carthage, Illinois.
P APE R F A SIII O XS.
ELEGANT IN DESIGN. FAULTLESS IN FIT
AGENTS WANTED. Send for Catalogue.
Domestic hewing Machine S. Y. Br4
"YOU ASK ! I'LL TELL!"
THE HEW DEPARTURE INSCOKS
AGENTS WANTED. Exclusive territory given
The book will sen Itself. Father, Mother, Stgter,
Brother, Minister. Merchant, Manufacturer, Farm
er. Miner, Mariner and Yourself all want it. There
is Money in it. Send for Circular. CIIESTER
MAX A WKBLTEII,! N. r.th st.. Phila. Pa. 4Hrt
We Want an Agent
In this township to canvass for the new, valuable
and fast selling hook by Dr. JOHN COWAN,
The Science of a New Life
Recommended and endorsed by prominent minis
ters, physicians, religions and secular papers. No
other book like it published. S4O per Week guar
anteed. Address, COWAN A CO.,
47r4 139 Eighth St., New York.
The Cheapest Lund lu Market for sale by the
Union Pacific Pailroad Co.,
In the Great PJatte Valley.
3,000,000 acres in Central Nebraska
Now for sale in tracts of forty acres and upwards
on live and ten years'credit at six percent. No
advance interest required.
Mild and healthful climate, fertile soil, an abun
dance of good water.
THE BEST MARKET IX WEST. The great
Mining regions of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and
Nevada being supplied by the farmers in the Platte
Soldiers entitled to a Homestead of
THE BEST LOCATIONS TCP. CGLONIES.
PRF.E HOMES FOR AI.L. Miliums of Acres of
Choice Government lands open forontrv under the
Homestead Law, m ar this (treat Railroad, with
good markets ami all the conveniences of an old
Free passes to purchasers of Railroad lands.
Sectional Maps showing the Laud, also new edi
tion of Descriptive Pamphlet, with new maps,
mailed free everywhere. Address
O. F. DAVIS,
43r4 Lanrf Oomr. U. P. Ii li., OMAHA, NKB.
INSTITUTE FOR BOYS
At West Chester, Pa. A beautiful and elevated
situatin, 22 miles west of PhilaiVlnhia. Spacious
playgrounds with gymnasium, stndgnfs prepared
for College, Polytechnic Schools or business. Spe
cial provisions made for very young boys. Many
students remain, as boarders, during summer va
cation. Session begins Sept. 10. Address
61 '4 ROBERT M. M'CLELLAN. j
Want reliable and energetic Agents in this countv.
ihe "VICTOR" is a Lock-stich, Shuttle Machine,
with Self-setting Needle, best finished and most
perfect Machine offered. An increase of over
s©O per cent on sales of IST? over IS7I.
For terms, etc., address
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Uo4 1237 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa
A large assortment of Muzzle * Breech Loading
(Single A Double Barrel) Shot Guns, Ritles, Re
volvers. Pistols, Sporting Goods A- Fishing Tackle
Call & examine my Stock or send for Price List
Address H. If. SJICLTE,
11.i t 330 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Repairing done on siiort notice.
The oldest A most reliable institution for ob
taining a mercantile education. For circulars
write to p. DUFF A SONS,
"H Pittsburgh, Pa.
To the "Trade" only! (1873)
Jewelry, Watch & Clock Material,
NO OLD GOODS.
EVERYTHING NEW & FRESH.
NEW YORK BILLS DUPLICATED.
Cer-Orders promptly attended to.
G. B. BARRETT A CO.,
lljs 60 FIFTH AVENUE,
AGENTS "WASTED '
To sell an article that every family uses. Profits
are large, and <*\tra inducements offered to agent's
who are willing to wosk. Apply or send for cir
cular and terms to
Arizona Diamond Store '
PJIS 27 Sixth Stn :. I'ittsi.urgn, Pa.
AVcst liitiiu I'olixl, Co.,
WM. KIP, MANAGER,
MANUFACTORY, 253 PENN AVENUE
Manufacturers of the beat Polish in the world for
cleaning and restoring to its original lustre Gold,
T> % 'la ted-ware, Brass, copper, Glass-ware
Bar tlxtures. Locomotives, Fire Engines, and anv
article that will receive a polish. Cff"LOCAI
AGENTS WANTED, to canvass this town Vl
< ress as above, enclosing 25 cents for sanipie add
/TIIURCH AND SCHOOL FUR
SCHOOL and OFFICE DESKS, PEWS ami PITT
PITS made of seasoned Walnut and Ash lumber
Send for prices to
C. c. DUX XELLS,
175 Liberty Street, I
"W PITTSBURGH, PA.
FREE PROM ALcoii,
California Vinegar |r
J)R. .T. AVITLKOP'S CALIFORNIA T
EGAR HI Iters arc a PURELY Y P J !
preparation, mmle cliicflv f ROT! , ; -
tive herbs fount! on the LOWER]
the Sierra Nevada lnountuinsoft "
ilia, the medicinal properties OF *
are extracted therefrom witljoiu
of Alcohol. The question IS
daily asked. "What is the cuis,..
unparalleled success of Vixi.; TL ,.!V
TKKSF" Our answer is, that lliev P.''
the cause of disease, and the J M ' : :
covers his hcaltii. They arc TH,
blood ]>urifierand a life-giving p ; '
a perfect Renovator and LM
of tiie system. Never beforu
history of tiie world lias u ineilii 1
compounded possessing t!IE re:l
qualities of VLXEGAR IJLTTKHS i". !•(.
sick of every di.-ea-E man is LICIR T -
arc a gentle Purgative a> well . A ''}
relieving CunEiwli<m or iniln*., >■-
the Liver and Visceral Organs
The properties of Du. W.U&
VIXNI.MI LHRRKH'4 are Aperient. H
Carminative, Nutritious. Laxative, j. v
Sedative, Counter-1 rritaul taudurifiy,; s
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
EGAR BITTERS the most worderfi;
vi GO rant that ever sustained TH* -•
No Person can take those Bin
according to directions, amlremai:
unwell, provided their hones area
stroyed hy mineral poison or 3
meaus, aud vital organs wasted UQ
Bilious. Remittent and FO
mittent Fevers, which are s
j ,eut in the valleys of our great RA
throughout the United States, ei
I those of the Mississippi, Ohio,
j Illinois, Tennessee, Uumherlanil.A;.;
sas. Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio (jrai
I'earl, Alabama, Mobile, Savanna!. :
I anoke, James, and many othei-s. R
■! their vast tributaries, thnmghou: ;
| entire country during the Summer -J
I Autumn, and remarkably so dur M
sons of unusual heat and dryness
invariably accompanied by extern:-:
I rangements of the stomach and
: and other abdominal viscera. INH
J treatment, a purgative, exerting APJ
erful inliuence upon these varioi*
| gans, is essentially necessary. ITI
j is no cathartic for the purpose equal
DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR Wvns
as they will speedily remove the DS
! colored viscid matter with which
! bowels are loaded, at the same C
I stimulating the secretions of the.
! and generally restoring the heal
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against <lm
! hy purifying all its fluids with VIM;
BITTERS. NO epidemic can take j
! of a system thus forc-armeil.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, HI
ache, Fain in the Shoulders, CO9
Tightness of the Chest, Dizzinesss
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad TI
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, L::
tation of the Heart, Inflammation OF
Lungs, Pain in the region of the E
I tieys, and a hundred other painful*"
j tonus, are the ofi'spritigs of DVSPQI
I One bottle will prove a licttcrguana
of its merits than a lengthy ad vers
Scrofula, or King's Evil,if;
Swellings, Ulcers, Eiysipelns, SWEILODI
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammation", H
Inflaniniations, Mercurial A tTc*l-tion*
j Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore EYO
In these, as in all OTHER constitutions.'*
eases, WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS 3
shown their great curative powers is
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chrffl
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, K-
J tent and Intermittent Fevers. I>:=
I the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and I*"-
j these Bitters have no equal. SUDIJTO
are caused hy Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Per.-'
I gaged in Paints and MINERALS,^
Plumbers, Type-setters. Gold Tea!
Miners, as they advance i;I life, AN* -
to paralysis of the Bowel". T F
against this, take a dose of WALKM"
EGAR HITTERS occa.dSonallr.
For Skin Disease- KN.pti- "
ter. Salt- Rheum, Blotches. SPOT-. 1'
Pustules, Boils, Carhuac/' S. L'ING-Y
Scald-head, Sore Eye-'. EVY-'PELO.
Scurfs, Discolorntious of the Skin. I 1'"
and Diseases of I lie Skin of whatever FL
or nature, are literally dug UP AWLFL
out of the system in a short TUNC P *
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other ( >N
lurking in the system of so nianyti "
are effectually destroyed and IFINVO'
system of uiedicinc, 110 vennifuEi*.
tlielminitics will free the system IH'IN
like these Bitters.
For Female Fnmplaiiits.ic!;
or old, married or single, at the da®- 1 ;
manhood, or the turn of lib*, THESE •
Bitters display so decided an influ'- o*' 0 *'
improvement is soon perceptive.
Cleanse the Vitiated BLOW';
ever you find its impurities
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
cleanse it when you find it OBSTNIRP '
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it WR J
foul; your leeliugswill tellyoiiwh*
the blood pure, and the health of THE
n. 11. Mcdonald &co-
Drnggists aiulGon. Agts., Sun Kr inci*^ 1 -* ;
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