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OUR CAMPAIGN NOTES.
Carbon county elects her Republican
county ticket. Well done, Carbon.
"Concentrated campaign lye , ' is what
the New York Tribune's arguments are
In lowa they compare the enthusiasm
for Greeley to the racing qualities of the
A Sharon Republican won $3,000 in
cash, eleven suits of clothes and two
hundred kegs of nails on this State.
"Boys, we have got them. Pennsyl
vania has done G. in New
York Tribune, October :9, 1860. His
tory repeats itself, Horace.
Aleck McClure is administering on
the estate of the Liberal Republican par
ty of Pennsylvania, lately deceased. The
share due the heirs will not be heavy.
A general summary of the vote of the
city of Philadelbhia at large gives as the
Average ntblican v,,te I i7,3Bfi
Average Upposi t i mi vote i 0,366
A verni 4 v li l mbliean majority . 17,020
Average aggregate yof 117,752
Mr. Boutwell says Mr. Greeley asked
him, during the past three years and a
half, to do twelve things inconsistent
with each other, and either of which, done
in the way he proposed would be fatal
to the business interests of the country.
Says the New York Commercial Ad
vertiser : We were informed before the
election that "Curtin's popularity" was
"amazing." It is just now to add that
there is only one thing more "amazing"
than Curtin's popularity, and that is
Forney's political influence.
The Tribune claims 123 electoral votes
in the Southern States, and upon this
foundation expects to build up a power
ful Liberal party—not this year—but in
the distant future. No party, whose
main strength is an almost united South,
can ever rule this country. But such is
Greeley ism !
Reconciliation is the order of the day.
We hear of one Republican Who chopped
off his rooster's head last Wednesday, as
his loud and persistent crowing over the
result of the recent elections annoyed his
Greeley neighbors. The last seen of the
parties they were shaking hands over the
bloody chasm in the rooster's neck. Let
us have peace.
"Dear old Benjamin Shaw," as Mr.
Gerritt Smith calls his old abolitionist
friend in Vermont, has written a letter
to Mr. Smith, favoring the election of
Grant and Wilson. lie says that he does
not "grudge his labors and sufferings for
the slaves, but if the Greeley party undo
what we have done he could almost weep
tears of blood."
11. Greeley's charge that the Adminis
tration is using the United States Treas
ury for electioneering purposes, would, if
they believed it, have a depressing ellect
upon some of his followers; since it inti
mates possible disappointment as to
coveted "spoils.” But then, in common
with the rest of mankind, they know how
Imaginative their candidate has become.
Schurz and Trumbull were at the
Greeley headquarters last Tuesday night,
to hear of the great victory they had so
confidently predicted iu Pennsylvania
and the other States voting that day.
When Philadelphia and Allegheny court
ty were heard from they suddenly disap
peared. Community of sorrow touches
the human heart ; some considerate soul
let them silently out at the back door
into a dark alley.
General Grant is one of the best read
men in the laud iu the of of the
country. No one of his Cabinet can tell
him anything of public affairs, and post
him as to men or matters. Ile posts
himself', and keeps ahead of the times.
lie reads daily seven newspapers. Ile
has culled from thirty other papers the
important events and utterances of the
hour, and this digest he has brought to
him each evening, and so goes to bed,
probably the best informed man in the
We are advancing. Two free sehools
for colored children have been recently
established in Savannah, Ga. Of these
the Advertiser of that city says : "We
are gratified to know that through the
efforts cf our :Board of Education facili
ties will be give :a to the children of the
colored man as we2l as to the white man,
for the qualities of a rood citizen, white
or colored, are improve:l by education."
The Advertiser, now advocating Gree
ley's election, was during-3'es, and even
after—the war a fierce rebel sLeet. The
power of the ballot is wonderful.
The Harrisburg Patriot says : "There
is good reason to believe that radicalism
will be completely routed in Connecticut
this fall. A careful calculation places
the number of Republicans who have left
the radical standard for that of Greeley
and reform at not less than 5,000, while
the number of Democrats who have sold
out cannot be 100 at the outside. A ma
jority of not has than 8,000 for Greeley
is confidently predicted." If this calcu
lation holds as good as the predictions of
McClure and Randall regarding Pennsyl
vania, Grant's majority in Connecticut
will reach 15,000.
The Springfield Republican, less
gracefully than is its custom, gives up
the Greeley cause, as follows : "At this
moment, it seems probable that the
united efforts of the clergymen, college
professors, merchant princes, thieves and
shoulder-hitters will be crowned with
success; that the Republican barty will
tide over this convass, and that General
Grant will secure the coveted second
term. Present appearances indicate that
Mr. Greeley will be defeated, that the
Liberal movement will come short of
that immediate success its more sanguine
friends have hoped for it."
The following paragraph from the Chi
cago Times is significant, as expressing
the views of a very large portion of the
Democratic party : "In their future po
litical action, it is rather plain that the
masses of the people of this country in
tend to be guided by principles, rather
than by the necessities, real or imaginary,
of party leaders. If the dismal failure
of the little squad of sorehead radicals
to realize their huge expectations means
anything, it means this. It means that
the professional politicians who degrade
popular intelligence by magnifying the
up 'hard cider' and 'white hat' and 'tidal
waves' and 'bloody chasm,' as more es
sential than intelligent conceptions of
truth— will henceforth be 'remitted' to
their rightful places among the rubbish
of a past which civilization has out
grown. It means that 'organized con
tradictions' will be simply organized
failures • that things utterly incongruous
cannot ix, successfully joined together ;
that in the social state, as in the natu
ral, things opposite in kind cannot be
harmoniously united; that the 'fraternity
of cat-and-rat' is not a device that can
be successfully substituted for cardinal
principles. It means that the Cincinnati-
Baltimore attempt to produce a political
ornithorhynchus is an experiment that
will not probably be reimated.”
BTAMPS To Br A nousifEr) : The following
stamps were abolished by the new tax law,
whielt went into effect on Tuesday, ()dotter
Contracts for insurance against accidential
injuries. Affidavits. All agreements or con
tracts, or renewals of the same. Appraisements,
of v.ilue or damage, or for any other purpose.
Assigmnents of a lease. mortgage, policy of in
surance, or anything else. Bills of exehange,
foreign, island. letters of credit, or a ll ythi nt r . of
that hind now taxed by stamps. Bills of lading
and receipts in the [tined St des, or for any
thing else. Bills of sale if any kind. Bills of
identification of any kind. Bond of administra
tor Or guardian. 0r au% thing that has the name
of bond in it, and 11 ,, W taxed Bro
kers' nut's. Certificates of measurement of
anything. Certificates of stock, profit, damage,
deposit. or any other kind of certifientes now
taxed by stamp. Charter. or it; renewal, or a
charter party of any kind. Conveyance, or any
part of the work of conveyance. Endorsement
of any negotiable or not negotiable instruments.
Entry, for vonstimption. warehollsing or with
drawal. ()augers' returns. Insurance policies,
contracts. renewals, tickets, etc.. Hand. initrinc.
Miami and tire. ) Lease. All thr,mgli the lease iist
abolished. Legal documents. Writ or other
process. Confession of judgment, cognoril.
appeals. warrants. etc.. letters of administra
tion, testamentary. de. Iftnifests at Custom
!louse or anywhere else, or for any other pur
pose. 'Mortgage of any kind. Passage tickets
to any place in the world. Pawners' cheeks.
Power of attorney for any purpose. Probate of
will of any kind. Promissory note for anything.
Protest of any kind. Quit claim deed. Ri•ceipt:
now generally exempt, and if included in pre
sent law in any case, will hereafter be exempt.
Sheriff's return. Trust deed. Warehouse re
ceipt. Warrant of attorney. Weighers' return
of any character.
CRIPPLED O THE RAIL : Chas. Walter, a
freight conductor on the Reading Colunbia
Railroad, met with an accident at the Union
Station crossing in Columbia On Wednesday
morning, by which he lost his right leg. Ito
was lading in ears and was knocked down by
the pole, and the engine ran over him, crashing
his right leg below the knee. Dr. F. Hinkle
amputated the leg, and Reutter was doing very
well at last reports. Reutter is married and has
a wife and children. lie resides in Columbia.
Andrew Nicely, boss car Inspector, also met
with an accident in Columbia the same morning,
whereby he lost both of his legs. Ile was in the
act of crawling from under a freight train. when
the cars started, with the above sad result. Mr.
Nicely is a man of perhaps CO years, lives in
Columbia, and has a grown-up family. He has
been in the employ of the company for many
years. Ills condition is considered critical.
J. P. Buckwaltcr, had several toes cut off at
Columbia the same day.
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRADE : A large
meeting of the Lancaster Board of Trade was
held on Thursday at the Cooper House. A great
number of our merchants and business men
were in attendance. The meeting was organized
by 'letting B. F. Breneman, chairman, and G.
J. Diller, secretary. report of the commit
tee of seven, of a former meeting, was received.
and they reported seventy-four names to select
twenty-five Directors from. Gn motion, adopted,
to appoint a committee of five Directors, and
they added to their number twenty more mem
bers to constitute the Board of Directors. The
Chair appointed Henry Baumgardner, Win. Mc'
Comney, F. Serer, It. M. Morrow and J. B. Mar
tin. A motion was adopted that the Seerstary
notify the Directors to meet on Tuesday even
ing. 13th inst.. to elect ollicers and organize for
business. Motion adopted to adjourn.
J.ts•r of inielaimed letten4 rcuutiuiu in the
I,anctieter post-office, Oct. 13th, 1872
Ladirs . List : Mrs. Annie Brubaker, Kate
Fry..llrs. P. Fectler, Lizzie Hindman. Mary A.
II eishey, Susan Johnson, Mrs. J. Leidigh,
Mrs. M. McAllister. Lizzie ()hale, Mrs. Susan
Shirk, Mrs. .1. Smelters, Mrs. Sarah Swank,
Alice 1.. '..3lleafter.
Gents' List : Berntheizel, 1..". B. Becker,
Jesse Burls, .John IMO:waiter, William Brink
man, A. Banker. .J. I'. Buckley, L. L. Barriek,
E. C. Eiehl, Peter Hovey, Joel S. Eby, R. R.
Evans, Rev. L. \V. Eekert, Joseph ireyniam
LeviGarbriek, XVilliam Garber, \V. J. Hand, (4).
Benj. llerr, Jacob Hershey, Jacob 1.. I (ess.
Sam'l L. Landis, George 1). Miller. jr., John
Miller, William Rodenbaeh. A. Sunnily, Abut.
Ja•:ob P. Shirk, P. 11. Summy. Rev. J.
A. Schnitz, Roland Sharp, Emanuel Vogle,
FIRE IN MILLERSVILLE : On Saturday last
about nown the larze stone barn on the farm of
Dr. f B. Millman, situated about one mile
north of Millersville, wa discovered to be 011
fire. and before assistance arrived the building .
war totally dOelroyed. Everybody in Cie neigh
borhood was in attend a nce at the funeral of
young Brimmer the unfortunate painter who
broke his back) at the time of the fire. The
•'nts were 'hay, straw and tobacco, all of
wh le It were destroyed. The loss will certainly
reach e 5,500, 1) 1 1,1,1 which there is 110 insurance.
The fire is supposed to have been the work of
an incendiary. and suspicious circumstances
point to a certain person as the guilty party.
No arrest, however, has yet been made.
CURE FOR CORNS : Those who consider sound
feet a luxury, and who suffer from corns, hard,
soft or festered, would do well to try the fol
lowing. which is taken from the Journal of
Chemistry. It is not an expensive experiment,
and is worth trying. The article reads :
`•Soak the feet well in warm water, then with
a sharp instrument pare oft as much of the corn
as can be done without pain, and bind up the
part with a piece of linen or muslin, thoroughly
saturated with sperm oil, or, what is better, the
oil which floats upon the surface of herring or
mackerel. After three or four days the dressing
may be removed by scraping, when the new
skin may be found of a soft and healthy texture,
and less liable to the formation of a new corn
than before. We have this receipt from a source
which we cannot well doubt, and publish it fur
the benefit of many readers."
BRIBERY ? Rcindhardt Rinier, judge of elec
tion of the Eighth Ward of Lancaster city, has
made complaint against Dr. Henry E. Malden
burg, Collector of this District, for an attempt
to bribe him with the sum of *2OO to keep the
Democratic majority in his ward below 100 by
stuffing the ballot-box or other fraudulent means.
Benjamin Schaubel is also charged with nego
tiating the matter.
The accused parties have waived a hearing,
and entered bail for their appearance at Court.
SALT Rlvint will be a crowded locality, if the
sale of tickets for that route be any criterion .
But the purchasers seem In no hurry to start.
They proclaim their Intention to wait until after
the November election. We think this is bad
policy. They will feel worse then than now.
Well, if they can stand it we can.
PROCESSION: The ::'11 , !! t , tt talion of this city
will participate in a gr, te! t reit-light procession
at Manheitn on Saturday evening. From ap
pearances, there will be a full turn-out.
Coma.: An adjourned court of Quarter Ses
sion is now holding, but there are uo eases of
great importance to note.
SOMETHING NEW : Call at Chas. A. Locher's
Drug Store, Lancaster Pa., and get a sample
bottle, Free of Charge, of Green's August Flower,
the great cure for dyspepsia. and its effects, such
as liver complaint, costiveness, headache, flatu
lency, heartburn, pains hi the side, dyspeptic
colic and cough, biliousness, coated tongue I
and two-thirds of the disease flesh is heir to.
will guarantee it to cure nine eases out of ten.
If properly taken and permanent, with prudent
living. We are flooded with certificates from
patients cured, and doctors using it in their
practice. Try it. Regular size, 75 cents; pleas
ant to take, and not a rum bitters.
Use BOSCHEIL'S GERMAN Svauc t for severe
cough and consumption. It never falls.
Free of charge in every town and village, L
M. QUEEN, Prop'r, Woodbury, N. J. [M..ena
THE GREAT WANT Of the present age is nun A - .
women, healthy kormi, iu mind
The continued headaches. Wllliilll , , , eS. IIerVOUS
-11C-,. t l / 4 : yaryin nilmcut , which linnet women
are generally the result of Unperfeckttetinn of
the stomach and other vital Organs. - Dr. 11"nl
-1,•er's California Vilicaar Bikers. being .
poaed entkely ttf. vittitable substances imligen
tn California, nutv be taken with perfect
sadly by the most dcll, atc. and are a sure rem
e.ly. correcting all NV11)111: act ion new
11l the whole systum.
~,Beware of Counterfeits i
JOB MOSES' siVEVlVEcilittr's
are extensively 00IINTIRIMITIIID. Dishonest Drug
gists endeavor to sell the counterfeits ornate greater
prollts. The genuine have the name of Job Mime
on each package. Another, ars worthless imitations.
The 01111101111 Me are unfailing in the cure of all
tho,, painful and dangerous diseases to which the
fem. , le constitution is subject. They moderate all
excmses and remove all obstructions, from what-
TO MARRIED LADIES
they are particularly suited. They will in a short
tim • bring on the monthly period with regularity;
and dthough very powerful, contain nothing hurt
ful o the constitution. In all cases of Nervous and
SO al Affections, Paine in the Back and Limbs,
Fat' :rue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart.
Hy: . erica and Whites, they will effect a cure when
all ther meane have failed. The circulars around
each package give full directions and advice, or
will be sent hee to all writing for them, sealed
N. B.—ln all cases where the Olautire cannot be
obtained, One Dollar enclosed to the Sole Proprie
tor, JOB MOSES, la Cortlandt Bt., New York will
insure a bottle of the genuine. containing Fifty
Pill by return mail, securely sealed from any
knowledge of Ma eonterite
RELIEF IN YEN MI tit Es.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
CHIT COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT, HOARSENESS, DIFFICULT BRIATHINO,
CIPIENT CONSUMPTION AND LUNG DISEASES. They
have no taste of medicine. and any child will take
them. Thousands have been restored to health that
had before despaired. Testimony given In hundreds
of eases. Ask for BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS.
Prise 36 cents per box. JOB MOSES, Proprie
tor, 19 Cortlamit Street, New York.
THE COEAT FRENCH REMEDY.
”11LAMAIIRE'SI SPECIFIC PILLS.
• Prepared by J. OARANCIERE.
No 214 Roe Lombard, Paris.
These pills are highly recommended by the entire
Medical Faculty of Prance as the very best remedy
in all cases of Spermatorrhosa. or Seminal Weak
ness; Nightly, Daily or Premature Emissions • sex
ual Weakness or Impotency ; Weakness ariningfrons
Secret Habits and Sexual Excesses; Relaxation at the
genital Organs; Weak t' , pine Deposits in the Urine.
and all the ghastly train of Diseases arising from
Overuse or Excesses. They cure whenall other rem
edies fail. Pamphlet of Advice in each box, or will
be sent Free to any address. Price $1 per Box.
t by mail, securely sealed from all observation, on
of price. OSCAR O. MOSES, 18 CORTLA NUT
Sr., ew Yogi, Solo general Agent for America.
BERK—Km:Dm. Oct. 15, 1572, at the parsonage
of St. Paul's Reformed Church, Lancaster, Pa., by
the. Rev. 0. Ashenfelter, Mr. Christian H. Herr
and Miss Mary Kendig% both of West Lampeter
township ' Lancaster county ' Pu.
EARY—Multit. Oct. 10, at Frey's P,xcliange Rotel,
liy the Right Rev. Dr. Bigler, Jacob Eaby, sr., to
Lucie E. Murr, both of Intercourse, Lancaster
Lawis—l,AwsON. Oct. 10 , by the same, at the
Moravian parsonage, Benjaiiiiii Levis to Susan
Lawson, both of Lancaster.
PEARS — FAIINEsTOCK. Oct. 10, by the Rev. B. C.
Suesserott, Thomas C. Pears, of Pittsburg Pa to
Ada Falinestoei4 - ef Lancaster. •
HEMR-I}olallil74lll. °Oh 13, by t gay. W. T.
Gerhard, at Frantz's Hotel, Aa on I of West
Hetupliebt, to Kate H. Douthaugh, of Manor.
EITNIER—YOUND. Oct. 12, by the Rev. W. T.
Gerhard, at Schlott .t llorting's Hotel, Pornanus P.
Pittner, of Warwick township, to Amanda )(mind,
of Ephrata township.
Ba tm--STuicamm. Oct. s, by the Rev. W. T.
Oerlmrd, ut Kauffman's Hotel, William Beam, to
Marry Ann Strickler, both of Manileiln tOWnatiim
KIMBLY—CaIsWELL. Out 9, 1572, at the parson
age of l'ohocksink M. E. Church, by Rev. C. F.
Turner, Martin M. Eberly, to Miss Emma 11. Cris
ell, both of Philadelphia, formerly of Lancaster,
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PITILADELVIIIA, Oa. IK.—llolders of quercitron
bark ask filLtio per too.
Prices of Tanner's bark arc nOnulual.
New Oversee(' is hekl, St, WO.
Timothy moves slowly.
Flaxseed in demand at $2.00(
'Pia , Flour market is loch active ; 800
barrels sold, Including superfine at r4.50a.5.2.1;
extra at $.5.7fiaa.25; Wisconsin Extra Family at
$7.1 - 15,..s .0.,; Minnesota do. do. at Vs.:sal:Urn Penna.
( 1 0 ,( 0 , nt . ssmoao ( uo; Indiana and Ohio do. do. at
ss o omio.ao, and Fancy Brands at s9.2reilm2s.
Rye Flour sills at $4.65a4.50.
Cornmeal nothing' doing.
'Phi. Wheat market Is weak; sales of Western
red iti $1.11710.71 , , anther $1.75%41.77, white at 911.110
Cam weaker; Salta Of Western mixed at atie ,
Oats less elite;: sales of new mixed at 41a41e
and white at 11U41i'.
Barley nothing dolnk.
:Sfult nothing' doing'.
Whisky steady; Western iron-bound at 94e.
The Philadelphia CatthyMarket
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14.—iteet l'itthe were not in
douuuul ; wives lower; asun head arrived and sold
at 7 , ,at7 tor extra Pennsylvania and Western
steers; 6e, 7e. for fair to good dO., and 4(505,5, , ,e.
114. gross for common, as to quality.
Thu following arc the punk:Warts of sales;
40 Western Va., T. Duffy ..ti cioP.,'
140 Western, 11. 3laynes ri (46 , ,
100 Western Virginia, Owen Smith ', (0,i'.1 4 ",
100 NVestern, J. MeArille... ... 4 ',(0,61,1'
140 Western, A. Christy 11 oc,; 4
231 Western Virgiths, 11. McFillen 6 qii'T
tat Western, A. Christy 6 '4 OVr.V
50 Western, li. F. MeFillen "tlAtt.iSl
125 Western, I' itai,hawav ` , 42l#. 7 Sti
100 Western Virginia, James MeFlllen ti OAT
186 Western Virginia, M. Ullman . ... 530it.1',(
9tili Western, Martin, Fuller ,li, C 0... 4,10,1;I
142 Western, it. Mooney .4,, Sou 6 of TX
130 Western, 1). Smyth Sz, Br() .1. 1 .,,046 7 h
60 Western, 1). Smythe ft '.. 464
SO Western, T. Mooney & Bro. 51.,4 64
112 Western Virginia, G. Scharr berg & Co. 4 taltil , r,
115 Western Virginia, Mope & Levi.... ....5,N47
Cows were unchanged; 200 head sold at Clotsso V
head as to quality.
Sheep moderately active; sales of choice at 6, c.;
fair to good at 5a5t... and common at 2a3e.
Ifogs were in less demand and prices lower;
sales Of curu-tot at /.50a7.75. Jtecaipta, 5,7E41.
LANCAsTER, October 16.—Butter sold at 23a25e;
Lard, Wilily.; Eggs, 2sa;ioe.; Veal by the quarter,
10a12y. It; Dressed Chickens, 315a64te. each ;
Live Chickens, onawfr v pair; Live Ducks,
75catil V pair; Pot aloes, Soca I. In itt bus., and Malec.
peck; Turnips, bale.; Apples, a, 8, 10:112e4
Cider, 12atrie. za gallon; Chestnuts abundant at 10e
V quart; Buckwheat Flour, York, co. $4 V hundred;
Applo Butter, Wally. II pint ; Corn in the ear,
50a5.5c. V bushel; Oats, $1.40a15e is! bag of three
GO AND SEE
We have now ready one of the largest and finest stocks of
READY MADE CLOTHING
ever exhibited in thie el ty,which has been gotten up with
great care, and will be sold ea low t if not lower,than any
place in the United States. We buy our goods at the very
lowest cash price. and we are prepared to compare prices
with any house in this country. All we ask is for you to
Oall and Examine our Stock.
Part of our stock eon:sista of the following Ready Mad*
Beaver Over-Coats, all wool all colors $12.00 to 20.04
fur Beaver , 4 tt 10.00 4, 14.00
Castor tt t t it tt 10.00 " 18.00
Chinchilla " ~ it 8.00 " 16.00
Boys' and Youths' Over-Coats 6.00 " 19.00
Caseimere Suits, all wool, [ Figured] 10.00 tt 14.00
Melton it .t 18.00 " 22.00
Black Cloth and Casei n ere Suits, all w 00114.00 " 22.00
Youth's Cassimere Suite 10.00 " 14.00
Boy's •' tt 5.00 ~ b.OO
Cassimere all wool Frock Coats 7.00 " 14 00
tt ‘, Back " 0.00 " 12.00
(I " Pants 8.75 ~ 8.00
tt ~ Vests 1.26 " 8.76
Youth's Cassimere all wool Frock Coats 5.00 " 10.0 Q.
', all wcti* 2.oorip .. . , i - ria 8.50 " 0.04
" t V t , ' , nts; .: .4, 1 2.00 " 4.00
" ' •." - 3 - eatip l4 La ;... • 1.00 ~ 2.00
We manufacture all our own Clothing, have It well
made, use good trimmings, and guarantee the pods as
We are prepared to show all who may favor us with •
call, the largest and finest stock of
Foreign and Domestic Cloths,
Of all colors and grades. Goods retailed by the yard IF
ow as can be bought anywhere. Goods cut and trimmed
for persons who prefer risking them at home.
We keep a full and complete supply of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Such as Under Clothing, Heiser,, °knee, Hanitker•
chiefs, Shirts, Linen and Piper Collars, Neckties, &c.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Centre Jinn i -
No. 4 Centre Square, Lancaster),Penna.
SOMETHING NEW, 6 salable ar
ticles, sell at sight. Catalogues
anil one sample tree. N. Y. M'f 'g
Co., 21 Courtlitiol st., N. Y. 1-4 t
11A'SD STAMPS all varieties'. CtroUlars tree. Ails.
wanted. W.ll. Davis & Co. Mire, TS Nassau, N.Y. 1
BUILDERS ett,I stamp for lll'd Catalogue on Build.
mg.A..I.ItteuNELL & Co.27Warren,N.Y.
T HIS IS NO HUMBUG!
By gentling 35 CENTS, with
Iwizht, color of eyes awl hair, you will receive
by Ecturn mall a correct picture of your future bun
lotiol or wife, with name and date of Marriage,
Address W. FOX, I'. 0. Drawer No. 24, Fultonville,
IN" A S2l I NIGTIVI 111A r t7 ERSITY
sTi DENTS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME.
The Cl,:lical alvantages of the School are unsur
passed. Fees, including Dissection k Hospital
Ticket. Sall. For catalogues containing full particu
lars up,.ly to Prof. CHAS. W. CHANCELLOR, Dean.
l-it Baltimore, Mel.
2 $75 to $250 per month
H everywhere, male and female, to hitrmluee the
OE N 1 - 1 NE IMPROVED COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This machine
will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, hind,
Bbraid and embroider in a most superior manner.
Price only $l6. Fully licensed and warranted
for live years. We will pay $l,OOO for any ma-
chine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful,
C/1 or more elastic seam than ours. It makes the
El "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch can
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This celebrated Nervine is an infallible remedy for
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- lis t Sore Breasts and Nipples,
Ingworinst Chafing' and Skin
ISOS Of Inflammatory nature.
lIAIILES N. CHITTENTUN, Art.
'-41] 7 Sixth Avetine,New York.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink,
made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse
Liquors, rl.rtored, spiced, and sweetened to please the
taste, call-d "Tonics," " Appeti,e,," " Restorers,"
&c., that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made fr -n the native root,.
anitherlysot California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants
They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-givm,.:
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the
System, ca- tying off all poisonous matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing
and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain iu their
results, safe and reliable in all forms of disease.
No Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bone.: are not destroyed by mineral poisons r other
means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the tutor
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headache, Palo
in the Shredders, Coughs, Tiglittiecl of the Chest, Di,
ainess, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad 'Paste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of
the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptom
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaint,
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar
autee of it: merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complainta, in young nr
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or tl,
turn of life, these Tonic Eaters display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is SOOII nercep•
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu
matism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of th-
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have
been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by
Vitiated which is generally produced lay derange
ment of the Digestive Organs.
They are a Gentle Purgative as well a■
Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit id acting
as a powerful agent m relieving Congestion or Intlam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and its Bilious
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tette!, Salt-
Rheum, Bleaches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Loris, Car •
buncles. Ping-worms, Scald• Head, Sore Eye., Ens
sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Homer,
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever mime or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
cleanse the 'Vitiated Blood whenever von
fold its inlyitrities bursting through the skin in Pimples.
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you ford it ob
structed an I sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Grateful thdusandr proclaim VINEGAR BIT
TERS the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, and' other Worms, lurking ill
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed amt removed. Says a distingulkhed physiol
ogist : Thei - is Scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose,body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is not toton the healthy elements of the body that
worms cxi but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits th it breed these living monsters of disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmitt
itics, will Lee the system from worms like these Bit •
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Typesetters.
Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, wit s ,
be subject t., paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against
this take a dose of WALKER'S VINKGAK BITTERS once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
Unions. Remittent, and Intermittent
Fevers, which are so prevalent in the vaileya of our
great rivers throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Braze;,
Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roan
oke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout one entire country dining the Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always more or less
obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stem telt, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged tip with vitiated accumulations. In their treat , "
meat, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence tip.'s
these varions organs, is essentially necessary. There
no cathartic for the purpose equal to DR. J. WALKER'S
VINEGAR LITTERS, as they will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swelling.,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous,
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial At
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc., etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Eli,.
eases, WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTRRS have shown their
great curative powers in the most obstinate and hatract
Dr. Walker , . California Vinegar Bitter('
act on all these cases in a similar manner. By rurifyinA
the Blood the y remove the cause, and by resolving away
the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular deposits)
the affected carts receive health, and a permanent cure
The prcipertles of DR. WALKERS VINEGAR
BITTRRS are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, Ditifetic, Sedative. Counter-Irri
tant, Sudorific, Alterative, and A nti-ll ilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
DR. WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS are the best safe•
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
their balsamic. healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the latices. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from inflammation, wind. colic, cramps, etc.
Their Counter-Irritant influence extends throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in f he secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary duds
and are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cute of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body against disease he purl
fling all its fluids with VINEGAR BITTERS. No ens.mote can take hold of a system thus forearmed. T
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the k:dneys, and tae
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invig•
Directlona.—Take of the 'litters on going, to 1.,.1
at night from a half to one and one-half witte.glabstu!:.
Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak;
chop. venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and t.,1 r.
out-door exercise. They are composed of purely veget-
able ingredients, and contain no spirit.
J.WALKER, Prop r. R . H. MoDONALD&
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