Herald and Planter (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 17, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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" 6ENEBAL BREVITIES.
8am Amtomio, Texas, taa a nejp-o thee-
A Jiuit Crr* lady lately shot a hack-
man through the hand for overcharging
her, and she now receives 100 congratula-
tory letters per day.
Johh Baptist* Hobtiz Is the oldest
white Inhabitant of St. Louis, having been
born In that city, of Spanish parents, 84
years ago. This gentleman Imported the
Brat hearse In St. Louis, the flrst game
cock, saw the first steamboat land at the
wharf, and has raised nineteen orphan
A farm near Pownal Vt., is represented
as haunted by very nngentlemanly spir-
its. Stones, varying in weight from one
to twenty pounds each, fall on the build-
ing* and'iñ the fields. People visit the
place in great numbers. We do not learn
the farmer's price for meals, but presume
it to be remunerative.
Vaoqubz, the notorious California ban-
dit, is about to bring suit against Sheriff
Rowland, of Los Angeles County and
others, for the reoovery of sundry rifles,
revolvers, saddles, bowie knives, riatas,
saddle blanket!, etc., which those gentle-
men took from him by "force of arms,
at the time of his capture In May last.
According to the Liverpool Daily Cour-
ier, "American aquarium cars," a newly
Invented contrivance for transporting live
fish overland, are to be placed on board
one line of transatlantic steamers, by
Tbb shrewd wife at Newport, where
seats are not reserved at the shows, goes
ear'y. and takes with her a man's nat,
which she drops in the empty seat by her
side. The auditors suppose that a man
has temporarily left his place, and when
the detained nusband comes in latr lie
puts the extra hat in his pocket and
sits by the side of a wife worth
A St. Louis reporter, according to his
own aooount, took breakfast with Clara
Louise Kellogg one day recently, and the
following was the bill of fare: Broiled
steak, tenderloin, breakfast bacon; broiled
ham, broiled mackerel, fried sweet pota-
toes, Irish potatoes stewed in cream,
Frenoh rolls, tea, coffee, buokwheat cakes,
Interesting Ecclesiastical Trial In Mon-
The case of the widow Gulbord against
the cure and church wardens of the Roman
Catholic parish church of Montreal, being
a suit brought to compel the ecclesiastical
authorities to give the remains of her hus-
band burial in the Roman Cathollo ceme-
tery, has attracted great attention on both
sides of the Atlantic, and has importance
as a precedent defining the power of the
civil authorities in Canada in their rela-
tions with the Church.
In November, 1889, a printer named
Guibord died in Montreal, and bis widow
made application to the cure of the parish
of Notre Dame to have his remains inter
red in the Roman Catholic Cemetenr of la
Cote de Neiges. Guibord was a Roman
Catholic, but he belonged to a literary so-
ciety called the Canadian Institute, which
was under the ban of the Church because
its library and reading-room contained
books and newspapers condemned by the
olergy. Under these circumstances the
cure wrote for instructions to the Vicar-
General, who' represented the Bishop in
the absence of the latter, and received a re-
ply In which it was said that there was an
order from the Bishop to refuse absolution
to those who belonged to the Canadian In-
stitute unless they renounced their mem-
bership, and that after such instructions he
could not permit the ecclesiastical burial
The Cemesery ot la Cote de Neiges con<
sists of two parts, the one known as con-
secrated ground and the other as ''the pot-
ter's field," the latter being used as the
burial place for suicides ana other uncon-
fessed sinners. The cure was willing to
accord the body of Guibord a resting-place
in the potter's-field, but not in consecrated
ground. The widow refused to agree to
this, and finding a temporary place for her
husband's remains in a Protestant ceme-
tery, she brought suit, as already said, to
compel the church authorities to bury the
body in consecrated ground. Her cause
was espoused by eminent counsel, Mr.
orange*, nuts. After this poetical repast.
Miss Kellogg played on the banjo, and
sang "The Yellow Girl Dressed In Blue."
As this is the best time of the year for
planting the roots of the beautifQl white
water Tily (Nymphcea odorata), which is
fragrant, and opens and closes at morn-
ing and nightfall. those who are botanic-
ally tasteful should take notice. Three or
four roots planted in a half barrel, in which
Mack loam, woll rotted manure, and a
covering of water have been placed, will
grow In the cellar during the winter, if
properly re-watered, and be ready for
transplantation to any place of shallow
water In the spring.
A pedestrian named O'Leary has, un-
' der the surveillance of responsible per-
sons, walked forty-eight and one-third
miles In eight and three-fourths hours.
The trial was in Chicago, and the endeav-
or was to walk fifty miles in the time men-
tioned. At the outset of the effort a mile
in about ten minutes was his gait, but after
nialnt " " "
nilnutes to tne mile. The feat puts Wes-
the twenty-filth mile ho
of about seven and a half
startled by loud cries
lag quickly to her
nd the lady, who Is
ton and the other professional walkers en-
tirely In the baokground.
The neighbors of a very worthy lady In
Auburn, Me., were startled • • • •
for help. Frooeedlnj
premises they found
somewhat fleshy, standing bolt upright in
a flour barrel, unable to extricate herself.
She had stood upon the only head the bar-
rel had. to hang out clothes, when the top
suddenly fell In and down she went.
After consultation, she was extracted by
cutting off the hoops and thus demolish-
A breach of promise oase In Canaan,
Conn., is creating much excitement. The
plaintiff is a gentleman whose head has
been whitened by tho frosts of over seventy
winters, though his step is yet buoyant;
and upon the cheek of the defendant the
roses of nearly as many summers have
bloomed tind laded. She owned a snug
little farm, whloh he has tilled for her sev-
eral years, but lately It was advertised and
sold at auction. Then was revealed the
fact that he would and she wouldn't, and
the strong hand of the law came down
with the action, stopping the transfer of
the form till the case should be decided.
Fish fights may beoorae fashionable, as
the Frenoh authorities, in importing for
culture many varities or Chinese and Japan
flsh, have secured some of the fighting sort
from Aunam. In thatoountry fish matches
are arranged as follows: "They select two
combatants of a dark color ana put them
lie Canadian In
a conspicuous friend of
' The proceedings adopted on behalf of
the widow consisted in an application for a
writ of mandamus ordering the burial of
Guibord's remains. Seventeen days were
occupied in argument , which were heard
by Mr. Justice Mondelet, since Judge of
the Supreme Court for Lower Canada. It
was contended on the part of the Church
authorities that by the terms of the cession
of Canada to Great Britain it was stipu-
lated that the worship of the Catholic re-
ligion, according to the rites of Rome,
should always remain free without inter-
ference from any source, and without con-
trol from either civil or military authori-
ties. On the other hand, It was contended
that the right to an ecclesiastical burial
was a civil right which the church author-
ities could not deny.
Judge Mondelet, after hearing the ar-
guments, delivered an elaborate opinion
sustaining the views advanced by the
counsel lor the applicant, and quoted
various cases bearing on the powers of the
clergy as precedents In support of his
opinion. He likewise quoted an opinion
of Sir George Cartier to show that the
cure of the parish of Notre Dame could be
constrained by Judgment of the courts to
solemnize baptisms, marriages, and buri-
als In which his parishioners were con-
cerned, and to make the necessary entries
in the parish register. The Judge also
decided that the Instructions of his eccle-
siastical superiors afforded the cure no
valid defense for his refusal to give the re-
mains of Guibord an ecclesiastical burial;
and, finally, he ordered a peremptory writ
of mandamus to issue, commanding the
cure and church wardens to bury the de-
ceased within six days, and to report the
execution of the writ.
From this decision the church appealed
and the case was taken to the Court oi
Review, consisting of Judges Berthelot,
McKay and Torrance, who -reversed the
decision of Judge Mondelet and dismissed
the application upon the technical ground
that the action should have been brought
against the cure personally, and because
the writ was informal. An appeal to the
ithen ' "
hues change; they beoome black, the tall
and fins grow phosphorescent and the eyes
sparkle with peculiar luster. They soon
ruBh toward each other, butare stopped by
the bottles. When their rage is at Its
highest they are liberated and placed in
the same leeervoir, and a furious combat
takes place until one being defeated seeks
Mjfetv in flight, again changing Its tint to
It is hard work, suggests
THtutu, to get ahead of a
Western man on a matter in i
pie and pennies are involved together:
especially difficult for the railroads to
fight the masses. The great bore now-a-
daya is legal fore. Passengers were in the
habit of getting aboard trains and paying
"legal flu*." To prevent this, the Chi-
cago, Burlington and Qulnoy Railroad
devised a means of forcing passengers to
§oíe befo' ta* 40 ma're "lem 8^0W
aboard. At Bur-
who also took his seat, repeating the operad
Uon untll the car was filled up. When the
conductor came round there was but one
ticket, and legal fkres enough to keep the
Supreme Court In continuous session for a
century. But the value the Burlington
business men set upon time Is not revealed
In July last the construction of a road
over the Sierra Madre in Colorado Into
Middle Park Was begun, and on Nov. 18 a
six-horse ooach mads the ascent for the
first time. The road run* from Empire
through Berthoud Pasa, a gap In tho moun-
tain chain BOO feet below the timber line,
and 10,880 feet above the sea, with Mt.
Russell towering 3,000 feet higher on one
side and Mt. Flora, 9,000 fleet on the other.
From this point the road descends the Pa-
olfio slope eleven miles to the edge of the
timber, where, crossing Vosquez Fork, it
enter* a dense grove of young pines on
level ground extending:* mile and a half
to the head af MlddleT>arlc, which Is an
elevated valley 8,400 feet above the sea,
entirely surrounded by the lofty chains of
the Rocky Mountain* and abounding In
magnificent scenery. This Is one or the
most batons ot the natural parks of Call
fern la. A regular line of sti
*iwnto the park will be
Court of Queen's Bench was then taken
by the widow; and the next step in this
Important case was one of curious inter-
est. At the opening of the December
term (1870) of tne oourt to which the case
had been appealed, Counsellor Doutre
challenged tne four Roman Catholic
judges as being disqualified on the ground
that they belonged to the Church ofRoine,
which had, by the syllabus of 1884, pro-
mulgated various dogmas, among which
were the following: That the ecclesias-
tical authority was exercised independ-
ently of any permission or consent of the
civil government; that the State, even
when it is governed by a Protestant sov-
ereign, possesses no authority, even
indirectly, over matters of religion;
that in matters of conflict between
the State and the ecclesiastical authority
the latter prevails In preference to the
State; and that the Immunity of the
Roman Church and of ecclesiastical
persons has no origin in the civil law.
When the last day of the term arrived
the five Judges—four Roman Catholics
and one Protestant—concurred In a judg-
ment declaring the petitions inadmissible
inasmuch as the charges contained in
them amounted to accusations against the
Judges of treason and perjury, whereupon
Mr. Doutre moved for an appeal to her
"" ' ;y's Privy Council.
whole matter was finally carried to
that tribunal, and the tesult has already
been given in our columns. Guibord was
declared entitled to ecclesiastical rights,
and burial was ordered In consecrated
ground. This decision created much ex-
cltemen-when it reached Montreal. Far
ther Rousselot, the cure of the Parish of
ted ground In the principal cemetery, and
that he would go to priBon rather than
bury them in consecrated ground. What
the result will be remains to be seen; but
the decision can hardly fell to intensify
the unhappy feeling of animosity already
existing between Roman Catholics and
Protestants In the Dominion.
IN the Lady Washington miue, near
Virginia City, a blast was arranged and
thenise lighted. Two miners got Into the
bucket to be hoisted two hundred feet up
the shaft, the fuse being long enough to
give ample time under ordinary circum-
stances. In this lnstanoe, however, the
ascent was delayed by some disarrange-
ment of the machinery, and the men were
suspended In awflil danger with no means
of averting it. They laid themselves In
the bottom of the bucket and awaited in
terror of the explosion, "It seemed like
an hour," said one of them, but It was
reolly five minutes. When the blast did
explode, the bucket was lifted several feet
by the rush of air, and as It fell back with
a violent shock, a shower of shattered
rook rained on the cowering miners.
They were hauled up at length Inseusible
with cut* and bruise*, but they "will re-
A Sioux chief of&rml to marry a eel®
brated authoress the other day. An en"
thuslastlo eye-witness reports that her orb*
stood out like the eye of a frightened ga-
zelle, and the blush of-her cheek was a*
pink as the heart of a pomegranate.
Oyster So hp.—Take 2 quarts of oysters,
and drain them with a fork from their liq-
uorwash them in water to free them from
grit. Take 2 thin slices of the lean of ham,
and cut in small pieces; some parsley,
thyme, and onion tied in a bunch as thick
done, add a lump
as big as an egg, rolled in flour, with a gill
of good cream.
Burned Custard.—Fill a glass bowl
nearly full with 3 pints of nice boiled cus-
tard. Beat until perfectly light the whites
oí 6 egg - To each egg Slow 1 table-
spoonful of pulverized white sugar, which
add gradually, beating all the time. Heap
the bowl with this meringue, and with an
iron plate or clean shovel heated red-hot,
brown well all over until the delicate,
much-admired flavor Is Imparted that gives
this the name of burned custard.
Cold Slaw.—Select the finest heads of
bleached cabbage. Cut up enough to fill
a large vegetable dish, tne number of
heads to be regulated by the size of the
cabbage and the quantity desired. Shave
very fine, and after that chop up, the
more thoroughly the better. Boil 4 eggs
till hard; mix the yolks smoothly with a
little cold water, and gradually add to
them a cup of sweet cream, 2 tahlespeon-
ftils of mixed mustard,"
spoonful of sugar, a
pound of butter, and
ard, 1 heaping
a little pepper
puuuu ui uuhci . ujju a little D6pp6F II
choose. Place all these ingredients, m
together, in a small stew-pan over the
Put the cabbage In the dish In which it is
to be served. Let the sauce come to a
boil, pour it hot over the cabbage, and
lastly add } teacupful ofgood vinegar.
Apple Dumplings.—First procure good,
sour, juicy apples, pare and core, leaving
them in halves. Get all your ingredients
ready before beginning to mix your
dough—sugar, soda, sour milk, lard, salt,
flour and apples. Now make dough as
for soda biscuits, only adding a little more
lard to make It shorter. Take a bit of
dough out on the knrading-board and after
kneading roll this as for pie-crust. Then
cut in pieces long enough to cover an ap-
Í>le, allowing for lapping the edges. Put
n 2 of your apple halves, sweeten accord-
ing to taste, and cover apple and sugar
with dough. Lay the dumplings in your
bread-pan, the smooth side up, first hav-
ing your pan well buttered. Proceed in
this manner until you get your pan well
filled, then place a small bit of butter on
the top of each dumpling, sprinkle a hand-
Ail of sugar over all, then place in a mod-
erate oven and allow them to bake one
hour. Serve (not too hot) with pudding
sauce, or with cream and sugar.
St. Elmo, 111., July 8, 1874.
B. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.I
wish to add my testimony to the wonderful
enrative properties ef your Alt. Ext., or
Golden Medical Discovery. I have taken
great interest in this medicine since I first
used it. I was badly afflicted with dyspepsia,
deranged and an almost perfect prostra-
tion of the nervous system. So rapid und
complete did the Discovery effect a perfect
cure that it seemed more like
magic and a
perfect wonder to mvself, and since that time
we have never been without a bottle of the
Discovery and Purgative Pellets in the house.
They are a solid, sound family physician in
the house and ready at all times to fly to the
relief of sickness—without charge. We I
never had a doctor in the house since we
began the use of your Pellets and Disco'
1 have recommended the use of these i
cines in several severe and complicated cases
arising from, as I thought, an impure state
of the blood, and in no one case have they
failed to more than accomplish all they are
claimed to do. I will only mention one as re-
Henry Koster, fUrniture-déaler, of this place,
markable, (though I could give you dozens).
Henry Koster, fUrniture-dealer, of thispla
who was one of the most pitiful objects e
seen, his face swollen eut of shape, scales
eruptions without end, extending io his
which was completely covered with blotches
and scales. Nothing that he took seemed to
aflect it a particle. 1 finally induced him to
try a few Dottles of the Golden Medical Dis-
covery, with daily use of the Pellets, assuring
him it would surely cure him. He commenc-
ed its use some six weeks since, taking two
Pellets each night for a week, then'one each
night, and the -Discovery as directed. The
result is, to-day his skin is perfectly smooth,
and the scaly eruptions are gone. He has
taken some seven or eight bottles in all, and
considers himself cured. This case had baffled
the skill of our best physicians. Mesara.
satisfaction in every case.
Respectfully, W. H. Champlin,
Agent Am. Exp. Co.
The Great Favorite I—The popular
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Ühoft's Tónic has íong
place in the long line of rem-
and Bimple drugs,
held the highest p!
edles for Chills and Fever. It is not only An-
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the heavy expense of doctors' visits, where
friendly calls are all itemized in the account
current. A penny saved is a penny sained,
i saving It ill this way adds to health and
comfort. Try Wilhoft's Tonic as a certainty
and you will never regret it. Wheelock,
Finlay & Co., Proprietors, New Orleans.
For bam by all Drpochsts.
Am old tax warrant just discovered sets
forth that Joseph Bonaparte was taxed in
1821 $160 for 1,600 acres of land, by Na-
than Satterthwaite, then Assessor of Bor-
den town; N. J. The ex-Assessor is still
living, and says he *' stuck it on a little, as
Bony was rich and could stand it."
The Elmwood Collar is a novelty. It has
all the edges folded, a fine cloth surface, and
Is the best fitting collar ever made.—N. Y.
The Prettiest Woman In Hew York, Mix
, *eM known In onr fashionable society for her
Mtngv appearance and beautiful complexion, wa>
once a sallow, rougb-aklnned girl, chagrined at her
red, freckled face. She pitched into Hagan's Magnolia
Balm, and la now aa pretty in complexion aa she la
charming In manner*. This article overcomes frecklcs,
tan, sallowness, moth-patohea, ring-marks, etc., and
makes one look ten years younger than they are. Mag-
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Kathalron to make the hair plentiful, luxuriant, soft
and delicate, havens rivals. The Kathalron prevente
the hair from turning gray, eradicates (Unciruff, and la
the beat and cheapest dressing In the world.
Damned by Faint Praise.-Jas. Beekman.
clergyman, of New York, was recently badly kicked
by a horse, and waa speedily cured by using the cele-
brated Mexican Mustang Liniment When the pro-
prietor aaked him for a certificate he replied that he
oonalderedlta remarkable artlole, bnt It wouldn't
answer for him to Indorse a remedy In print" Here's
consistency. But we didn't klek him, as the horse
did. The world knowe that fttr Rheumatism, Bruises,
Swellings, Spavin, Scratches, Inflammation, lame-
ness, or any flesh, bone or muscle ailment upon man
or animal, there la nothing like the Mustang Liniment
IteoatabutMcta. and 11.00 per bottle, andahouldbe
In every family. It la wrapped In a fine steel-plate
label, and signed "G. W. Westbrook, Chemist"
Tomto and Heeapemat Plantation Bit-
ton.—The conatantly-lncreaalng patronage which It
receives haa. It Is true, excited tho petty envy of cer-
tain splenetic advertisers of pinchbeck panaceaa, who
hope to make a market for their own stagnant watery
wares by decrying all iptrltnnn* medicinal prepara-
tions, Bat the pabilo can stomach neither their argu-
menta nor their potaUona,and consequently reject these
very weak imitations of tho enemy aa enUrely too thin.
1>R. TUTT1- HAIR dye is warranted harmless:
leaves no Mlculons tint : Impart a natural glossy
cjlor to Whiskers, Hair and Moustache.
A Providential Man.—This title now
lustly belongs to a physician who has add-
ed to the list of medicines a new remedy,
which appears to include all that is most
valuable fu i lie old pharmacopoeia, and not
to include any of the drawbacks with
which the so-called specifics of the Facul-
ty are chargeable. The Providential man
is Dr. Joseph Walker, of California,
whose Vinegar Bitters have achieved,
in the short space of two years, a degree
of popularity never before attained by any
advertised preparation in this country.
We have two much confidence In the
shrewdness of the American people to
suppose that this sudden and surprising
celeBrity is the outgrowth of a delusion.
Indeed, we have reason to know that It is
founded on Innumerable anil well authenti-
cated cures of almost all the bodily Ills
that flesh Is heir to. N6t the least among
the merits of the famous Tonic and Res-
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as well as from all mineral drugs. It is
composed exclusively of rare vegetable
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BlwKmoiüái . AddresaDr.F.E.Marah.Qulncy.Mlcta.
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S200A. L. groPPAKP. Jonesville. Mich.
fiqH8TANTKHPLOTMENT.-At home, Mato or
\J Female. faOto week warranted. N o capital required.
Particulars and valuable sample sent free. Ad
with 6c. return stamp, C. Boss, Wllliamsburgh,
Address G "-dspeed's
1000 Ag'ts Wanted. Kmplre Blbtq," Book
and Map House. CHICAGO, ILL.
PER DAT commission or S 30 a week snl-
__ - ary-nnd expenses. We oiler 11and willI A"V
it. Apply MOW. O. Webber A Co , Marion, O.
tfU o f\ a day. How to make it. Sample FREE.
COE, YONGE A CO., St. Louis, Mo.
H d)OAa dayathome. Terms Free. Address
C&D ® STINSON A Co., Portland, Me.
LOOK. $10 per day to agents. Send stamp for
particulars to J. van Doren A Co., St. • ouls.
"LADtBB' Friend" con ta ns7 articles
needed by every* Lady—Patent Spool-
Holder, Scissors, Thlmble^tc —guaran-
teed worth $1.50. Sample Bo . by mad,
60 cts- Agents warned. PLUMB AC*.,
108 8. Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
W.H.NIC0L8 ACO ■ Y!,m®™ñd4de le'r«
in Needles for an dewing Machines, ldoz. Needles
for any Sewing Machine sent to an, P.O. address on
receipt o'«0 cts. TRY THEM. Agents supplied.
AHÜMTS WAitlLlJ I OK THE
HISTORY OF THE
* '■ P ■ ¡ • C "y pfif ftr
Rcing a full *nd authentic account of the strug-
gles « f the American tarmt-rs against the extor-
Moi'S of the Railroad Companies with a history of
the rise and 1rogres of the Order o Patrons of
Hu«h n«irv. It sells at signt. >en«l for spe lmen
ft ges ami terms to Atents, and se" why <t Stlls
aster than anv other book. Address NATIONAL
PUBLISHING CO., St. Louis. Mo.
JUST I out?^SJ^il^Haiidwme^Cbup. Sells
liVvJV. I or ire West Mb BU, Cincinnati Ohio.
On account ot the popularity oí the
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, par-
ties have been largely engaged in pur-
chasing old and secondhand machines of "
that make, and imposed upon the public
by selling them as new machines. The
Wheeler & Wilson Company begs to ad-
vise the public that any one desiring to
buy their second-hand maahines can be
supplied by that Company direct, on bet-
ter terms than others can afford them,
and be assured of what they are buying.
WHEELER & WILSON MTG CO,
025 Bboaswat. N*w York.
Are Salted to all Climates,
ANO FAMOUS FOB BEING
BEST TO USE!
CHEAPEST TO BUY!!
EASIEST TO SELL!!!
Famous for dotfeg more and
Quicker an<l Cheaper
Thau any S ove of the Cost.
'"imo s lor their
ECONOMY IN FUEL,
Durability and Convenience.
Famous ior their
famous for giving
WANTS Of EVERY HOUSEHOLD.
Excelsior Manufactur g
ST. LOUIS, MO.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
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Unexcelled by any Weekly Literary
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THE IiEPGER COMPANY, CHICAGO ILL.
tttanted— Apentsto sell Cliang
TT Chung. EnabU s any onk to
polish linen. Reduces a family 3
sown, sta'cli and wash bills one-
half. Edward chuse, a farmé ,
cleared $38 in one week. We give
with each box a beautiful Oil
chromo, all mounted. These
Chromos are works of art, worth 10
limes the price of Clnng-Chaug.
Sample of Polish and Picture 35c.
Particulars _free. Chang-Chang
Mnfg. A Chromo Co., 620Pine St., St. Louis.
MORPHINE HABIT speedily
cured by Dr. Beck's only
known «Se sure Remedy.
for treatment until cured. Call on or address
DR* J. C. BECK, Cincinnati, O.
8,600 Tongs Sold.
Hardware Dealers Sell Them.
Kincprfl, King* pr 100 60c t
Tonpifc 1,76, byninil, poat pal
Circulara free* Addreaa
II. w. Hill A CO. Decatur, li
intsoldin one month (SOI _
íes of the
Davxnpobt or St. Louis.
Grand Square and Upright Pianos
Superior to all others. Every Piano Warranted
for Five Years. Illustrated Catalogues, with Price
List, mailed free on application.
STEINWAY A <ONS,
_ Nos. 107, 109 A 111 East 14th Street, New York
roota and berbe and inhaling the med.
pounding roota and nerua anamnaung ine mea.
Idne. I fortunately discovered a wonderful
medy and sure cure for Asthma and Catarrh.
Warranted Io relieve severest paroxysm In-
stantly, so the patient can lie down to rest and
sleep comfortably. Druggists are supplied with
sattple packages for run distribution. Sold by
BBBB I Specimen Copies of the beat Agri-
I* KLC I cultural Paper In tho wurld.
AMERICAN FARM JOURNAL.
Sixteen Lant Fuea tor only 73 cent, per
yenr. Save your moner. Specimen Copie, free to
any address. Send Postal Card to
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Ton will like the paper.
Optic's Magazine, 1875.
ífow 1. the
nme will contal
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time to Snbaeribst The Hew Vol-
n New Stories by Oliver Optic, Elijah
u— all oi
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e¿9UBP¿ SHEPARD, Publishers, Boston.
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P, PraoSeal Guide to use and care of arms and an
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ta and baiting; poisons, blra-llme; preserving;
stretching, dressing, tannin ami dyeing skins aift
ftortiflsHng, etc. With llnf engravings, 40 eta.
TaiHsrmMt'i Manual, a guide to collecting,
~ " "">res«mng sna ^monnung animals, birds.
comphílypfdo to^breakln'g aí^ frTlnin "' pírti
dogs: how* teach all wonderful and amusing tricks;
anecdote* of tomona dogs, et& Illustrated, .1 cts.
Of bookselleraor by mill. JESSE HANEY k CO., 1U
x« asean street, sow York.
Íor fits enred by the use of Roes'Ep-
ileptic Remedies. Trial Package
Kims. For circulars, evidence of snc-
BOSS BROTHERS, Rldhraond, Ind.
Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Hi. &. Walker's California Yln-
egar Hitters are a piiruiy Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na-
tive herbs found en the, lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor-
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therofrom without tho use
of Albohol. Tlie question is almost
daily asked, "What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit-
rEiist" Our answer s, that they remove
the cause of dlsejise^ and tlie patient re-
covers bis health. They are the great
Mood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. Never before in the
'uistory of the world haa a medicino beca
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of Vinkoab Bitters in healins the
t.ck of every disease man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Viscei
The properties of Dr. Walker's
Vikeoar bittkrs are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diaretio
Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudori&i, Altera,
tive. aixd Anti-Bilvus.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vin-
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vigorant that ever sustained the sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de-
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means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter-
mittent 1 evers, which are so preva-
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mifissippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan-
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro-
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea-
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de-
rangements of the stomach and liver,.
and other aoaominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow-
erful influence upon these various or-
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is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark-
•jolored 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.
Fortify the body against disease
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Bitters. No epidemic can take hoij
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, HoaO
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest; Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita-
tation of tlie Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid-
neys, and a hundred other patnful symp-
toms, aro the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise-
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Uoitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc.
In these, as in ail other constitutional Dis-
eases, "Walkbr's Vinboar Bittkrs have
shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractable eases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit-
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Eidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.—Persons en-
caged in Paints and Minerals, such as
. lumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, us they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose ef Walkkr's Vin-
egar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet-
ter, Salt-Kheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, CaVbuncles, King-worms,
Scald-bead, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Bumors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or natnre, are literally dug up and carried
ont of the'syBtem in a short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thousands,
are eflectually destroyed and remoVed. No
svstem of medicine, no vermifuges, no an-
thelminitics will free the .ystem from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo-
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic
Bittern display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon pereeptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when-
ever yon find its impurities bursting through
the skjn in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
fool; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
r. h. Mcdonald « co.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, California,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., N. T.
Solu by all Druggist, and Dealers.
A Month—A gents wanted everywhere.
[Business honorable and first class. Par-
In every town and city In the
United States. It sells well and
is lust what every house needs.
It is the only Invention In the
world that will positively pro-
vent rain, cold, snew and dust
from coming under door bot-
toms. Carpenters make lots of
money haudling It. fiend at once
for out circular. WILSON,
I PBtRCE A Co., Sole Manufac-
turers, 189 Clark St, Chicago.
A N.K., S.L.
T O *485
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