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Speculation and Gambling,
A city paper haying excepted to a
phillipic of the. Kew Yoik Journal 6f
CommcrcQ against stock and produce
gambling, that journal restates its case
aa follows : A purchase in expectation
of an advance
steady demand for vegetables, and be
lieving that potatoes will be higher dur
ing the late fall and winter, goes to the
farmer as soon as the crop is dug, and
contracts for his season's supply at two
dollars per barrel. This is a "purchase
made in anticipation of a rise, but it is
legitimate trade; But two speculators
meet and exchange opinions about the
market ; one believes in a rise, theother
anticipates, a fall. At last they contract,
the one to buy, the other to sell, 5,000
barrels of potatoes, deliverable at a cer
tain time, at two dollars per barrel. The
Black Grenadine Dresses.
French lace is used more than any
thing else for trimming black grenadine
dresses tri summer, a fashion journal
says i Such a quantity of lace is required
for the bask, sleeves, and overskirt that
UX value lfl uOl lu ltseu I latueo aro uuy wiiw& w vv -
A. frroceryman having a thread lace, and have it endure the hard
I - - a n n Z
usage that comes to vines, grcnaaine
dresses the standard dress of the Bum
mer. Moreover, the French laces imi
tate real thread lace so admirably even
copying their irregular meshes-rthat it
is impossible tov detect them except by
touch. Next to laces, fringes of most
intricate and fanciful design are chosen.
These make a change from the self
trimmings that have been so long used,
and are still retained for lower skirts,
though-they are not effective in the
plaid, check, damask, and Mexicaine
grenadines that have superseded plain
SEWS OF THE DAY.
Interesting Items from Home ana
: ' . I Abroad.
The Pope dismisses as not even worthy of
mention the rumors of reconciliation between
the Holy Bee and the Italian kingdom
All of the steamers which have been searching
the district of Foil two Tillage were com
pletely coTered with water, and many of the
inhabitants perished. Crop of all kinds have
been completely deetroyed in the districts in
undated. Subscriptions are being rained in
different cities for the sufferers......., hurri
cane passed over Ottawa, Canada, and did con
siderable damage by blowing down buildings
and taking off roofs Adricea from Mendota,
fnr tha Wutijt nf th loet steamer Tickebore
have returned without finding a trace I Minn., state that that town was also visited by
xtr w . fifteen-Year-old bov. was acct-i a tornado which demolished many buildings.
A gentleman afflicted with the chronic
rheumatism rajs : " No description of my caee
ran mtiTBT the vast amount ox Denens l mto
received from the use of Johnson's Anodyne
Liniment. I believe it is the best article in
the world for rheumatism. Com. .
If a horse has a good constitution, and
has once been a rood hrrse. no matter how old
or howjnuch run down ne may do, ne can do
greatly unprovea, ani in many respects dbu
Is good as new. by a liberal use of Sheridan's
Cavalry Condition Powder. Com.
one has no potatoes to sell, the other canvas grenadine. The most popular
patterns are small open checks, and tne
larger blocks a fourth of an inch in size ;
those with plain stripes alternating with
checked are also stylish. It is an un
usual thing to find lower skirts made of
grenadine. They are almost invariably7
silk, and the flounces may also be silk if
the skirt is needed for other suits, but
very many have shirred and knife-plaited
docs not wish to buy, but each is eager
to make money. At the date the con
tract mature, potatoes are down to
one dollar and seventy-five cents, and
the seller pays to the buyer twenty-five
cents per barfFr"bh"the lot. Or the
price is up toftwodollars and twenty
fivo cents, and the buyer pays the same
amount to the seller.
It is- to alf intents and purposes a grenadine flounces mounted on silk.
i , "r. " it. : I n : r v'f
gambling wacfcr concerninflr the future
prico. Wliatone wips, the other loses;
and but one can liave any satisfaction in
tbo ultimate Hottlement. ' - ,
The worst feature1 of this ' business is
not merely the waste .of time and labor
upon that whach Creates no value. But
the game is not left to chance. Strenu
ous efforts are mode to, effect the market.
Supplies are . kept back or hurried for
Another fashion is that pf shirred silk
flounces elaborately trimmed with grena
dine plaitings. The grenadine over
skirt for very drossy costumes is elab
orately shirred, caught up with long
looped bows of the fepped silk called
turquoise, and edged with a frill of lace.
The bask is grenadine laid smoothly
over gros grain like that used for the
skirt, without other lining, and abund-
Falsehoods are coined and circus antly trimmed with lace on the edge,
with the greatest pertinacity, down the front and back in jabot3,
.Writers and publishers are misled or around- the neck, and on the wrists,
suborned to give currency to these in- Simpler toilettes of grenadine have mere
ventions. Money is locked up to create ly a bask and deep apron of any of the
dentally shot by a companion, while playing
cards near Newtown, L. L The ball passed
through the heart, killing him instantly. . . . All
kinds of bubinees is declining in Canada, and
many factories have cut down their working
hours ...... The United Btates-eteamer 8araoa&
struck s rock in the Seymour narrows, between
Vancouver's Ldand and -the main land, while
on her way to Sitka with a party of scientific
men. The vessel sunk completely out of sight,
but no lives were lost.. ....A Utile daughter of
Mr. Fearon,' of Jersey City, having been ab
ducted, detectives were set to work and suc
ceeded in finding a man named Jacob Schmidt,
in a cave on Long Island, and with him were
two little girls, one of them the Fearon girl,
and the other a child who had been missing
for some time. The man's object was monej.
...... The'war steamer Plymouth, Capt. Baa
sell, has been ordered to the mouth of the Bio
Grande, whence the crew will proceed in armed
launches to the points Where their services
will be required. The command on the border
is intrusted to Gen. Ogden.
Wm. JI. Tweed was released from the peni
tentiary on BlackweUs Island oa a remittitur
from the court of - appeals, and was again im
prisoned in Ludlow street jail. ...... Moody and
Sankey have been denied the privilege of hold
ing services at Eton College, London......
Religions riots, caused by the Ultramontanes,
occurred in the town of Bhein, East Prussia,
during which the burgomaster was stabbed. ....
The Maine Democratic State Convention was
held at Augusta, and Gon. Chaa. W. Boberts was
nominated aa candidate for governor. The
following are the balances in the United States
treasury: Currency, $4,516,773; special de
posit of legal tenders for the redemption of
certificates of deposit, $63,485,000; coin (in
cluding coin certificates, $20,948,900), $73,244,-
089 ; outstanding legal tenders, $377,064,000
a panic among borrowers, and no weapon plaid or matelasse patterns, edged with ......The magnificent diamonds presented to
is too base to bo used if it can bo made
effective to raWor depress prices.
Hovlety in San Francisco.
Society in San Francisco, says a corre
spondent of 'ftMribner's AfontMy, has
greatly chaugedfor the better within
the past few yearsv but is still somewhat
mixed." Tho lines of class and caste
aro often vague and shadowy. Your
coachman of yesterday may be your
landlord to day. ' The man who supplied populfu are worn with these dresses, as house occupied by a Mrs. Leavitt was blown at Greenville.
you with vegetables a few years ago may lUi3J vuiuxiu un me unirimmea pan oi
now rank with you socially. The woman ine BnK SJurt wom tnem; others
more fanciful have a deep apron, with a
back breadth caught up in a row of puffs,
and edged with knife plaitings of silk.
knife plaitings of silk, and worn over
the block silk skirt of some other cos
tume. The season of grenadines is so
short in this climate that economy is de
sirable in getting them up. Nine orfcen
" - jot " m -r
yarns oi grenaoine aro suincient ior the
dress just described. Very pretty quali
ties are found in narrow widths, of mix
ed silk and wool, for $1,27 or $1.50 a
yard. The deep round overskirts of the
simple shape that has so long been
Gen. Sherman's daughter by the Khedive of
Egypt are still in the New York custom house.
The duty on them amounts to over $100,000.
Another insane man was arrested in the
vicinity of the White House at Washington ....
The hoiBting appafhtusof the Murchine mine at
Nevada City caught fire. There were six men
in the shaft, which is four hundred foot deep,
at the time, one of whom made his escape.
Two were taken out dead, after subduing the
names, and a third died. The remaining two
were rescued uninjured..... In Olathe, Kansas,
A child was blown from the arms of its mother
and killed ..The London Times dispatches
from Barm ah state that a rebellion has broken
out in that country. Also that many people
have died from famine in the Karen country.
M....Six murderers were hanged in one day
two in Maine,' two in South Carolina, one in
Massachusetts and one in Georgia. One of
the Maine murderers, Louis Wagner (known
aa the Shoals murderer), killed two women and
severely injured another on Smutty Nose
Island, off the coast of Maine, for the sum of
fifteen dollars. He died denying bis guilt.
John T. Gordon, the other Maine murderer,
killed apd mangled his brother Almon, together
with his wife and infant child, and cruelly
wounded another child, and then fired the
house to conceal his crime. The cause was
jealousy because his brother had succeeded to
an estate which the murderer wanted. Gordon
succeeded in getting an old knife the morning
of the execution and cut himself in the leg and
side in a vau attempt at suicide. The two
South Carolina men were negroes, and met
their fate quietly. The Massachusetts victim
of the scaffold was James' IL Costley, convicted
gt killing Miss Julia Ilawkens, with whom he
had been criminal! j intimate, for the purpose
of getting her out of the way in order that he
might marry a young lady with whom he had
fallen in love. The Georgian was a, negro
The government will sell $1,000,000 in gold
each Thursday in July, at the sub-treasury in
New York, t The total sales will amount to
$5, 000,000. ....The forty-three cadets recently
graduated from West Point have been assigned
to their Various positions in the army, with the
rank of second lieu tenant...... The London
Newt places the loss of life by the floods in
France at two thousand. It is believed that
two thousand six hundred houses have been
swept away In Toulouse and its environs. . The
damage there is estimated at- from $12,000,000
to $15,000,000 sterling Tho Spanish frigate
Yi ttoria has bombarded, with destructive effect,
theports of Matrico and Deva, on the Guipuz
coan coast, held by the Cai lists The scaf
folding in shaft No. 2 of the Susquehanna Coal
Company, near Plymouth,. Fenn., gave way
while six men were upon it, and they fell a dis
tance of five hundred feet, causing instant
death .A colored man named Wm. Keemer
attempted to rape a white woman at Bush-
ville, Ind., but was arrested and lodged in jail
' Their name is lerion, may be ap
plied to thre who die annually of eooenmp
ti. -n. altltoaehrcience a of late years sensibly
diminished their number. It is gratifying to
buiw that the reoeral use of l)r. WiUar's 1
Balsam of Wild Cherry is largely instrumental
in attaining this end. Fifty cents and one
dollar a bottle, large bottles much the cheaper.
WImUmt for mmmmmaM v
1032 Bam Stewt, FhOMMphU,Fa.:
Cmmiw-I hv jost Moo roar kIttU nt ta my
paper ;1 know aU abort tbm Cmm tmdUm. Flfti
Tears ago tt cured mj dnhUr of the AstfcM
had tt vary bad for Maral rarm, hat wm pmrtmeOx
cured, and I need to keeattM wlictrf band te ao
eonaodUt bit Meoda. I hare takaa a oold lataly, aad
aa I am faarfal ef tt aeOlsc oa ms taaf, ro will plttM
end in a 89 box of roar BMdielB.
ReapeeiaUy, JACOB TROUT.
yiCHTLanm. Jb titna Oo.. Ky , Jam. . VC.
. BUY MK. AMD VIA DO YOU GOOD." I
la the bosy walka of life 70 will find m and wosjen
wbo are safferinc frota dyepepala, Urer 00m plaint, head
ache, vertigo, debility of the aervoua ryetea, conatlpa-
tloa, acidity, despondency, a ad many other maladlee
caused from an impore state of the blood. This state of
thtnrs ned not exfet. Dr. I.NtJI.EY' ROOT I
AiU 111. AX. I B B.a A 4 i V w iu ' ' 11 1
and insure as tt were a new leaae ef life. Sold by. all
dnurrUts. GKO. a (iOODWIK s, CO Bostoh.
Beef OatUe Prime to Extra BnJloeks .10 V JS
Common to Good Teians .07 (4 JOl
Milch Oowa C5.00 76.00
of by every resldeat ta toe lata.
whtob shares the rood will ef toe psopis se
hessaa flesh.-. T. It
deKTM thaa thla. YsUew.wrappe 1
rrcr ATSTTTPa r Ah G1YLN Cr UUj
Is the Btewdsrd Lrelsseat the UeMed
Oeate ; email else, seats.
il States. KetahttsHed 1 835. lce stse, IX t 2
s-ws lev tasaUy asa. ea-Ms. ( mxmmr. y
lTSP S S . J, J
: Ft.Ano twuss
oUmws. betn ,a
everywhere by the Wadto
nyslcts ne ,sai sus .drmg
atata. ars&y sad aay. hae-
pitals. gymaalasss, -.
ste. , .
The sueeess and a nlTer
sal satts(aetoa Uwy bre
rtea. ss well s the rreat wrasSer of tad 'fT"
bare effected, has Jmurm d the fact that
be nrrlf ewri wit boat nBrrimi anaoraaoa. aadj
often caused by the serere pressure of MJ1 Trusses and
s - - it t. i i. few Urnlaas R M
toe only i ruas la aae ma wiu ooiti -,. i
U all posttlons la which the bod can be P ",f
perform radical euros whra all others f ail. -
Cotton Middling ,
Flour Extra Western. ..... . . . .
Wheat Red Western
No. a Spring
OaU Mixed Western.......
Corn Mixed Western
Hay,percwt .65 0
4.90 9 6.30
1.83 e 1.31
1.(6 4 1.C5
l.M 0 XMH
1.63 & 1.(3
Btrsw, per cwt 0 & .9J
Hops Tis. 5036 olds .08 .15
Pork Mess 20 13X920.13X
ruh Mackerel No. 1, new 1X00
No. 2, new.,... 10.00
Dry Cod, per cwt 6-00 & 60
Herrine, 6o.led, per box 30 & .30
Petroleum Crude 08016;. Refined, 7
wool California Floeon
. Western Ordinary. .........
Cheese State Factory .10
" Bklmmed 03
used. When oaoe adjwrted. aa asoUoa 01 u"W7
accident eaa displace It. These lZ.,rZrim
wwlvM essreeai f the aaost eminent pracUUoaers ta
toe profess Un, "
Fronithe nniueious testimonials ta
After the eioerienea of lsootha. Pt-U is-Ufy
strouirly to Its aee. aa wall as to the
from iaconveoieooe with which the lartrusseot iswwra.
With superior adTaatara, (a Kt4tf TT . , 1 ;
. 1.1-1. j .11 TTTi-i. . nlinialkMie riwti
for other biTenUons. I have no beanatioa la rarardia
It aa aa Important means for the reliel ana care 01
Hernia. J. M. OiBNOCHAN, M. D-.
" Kx-Unahh Officer of the Port of New Yort.Surswoevta
Oulef of New York State Hospital." e eta.
Dr. J. ualkers uanrornia ,in
egar Bitters aro a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from tho na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, tho medicinal properties of which
aro extracted therefrom without tho uso
of Alcohol. Tho question Is almost
dallw naked. 14 What Is the cause of tho
, ana uavuia wmiw wmj w . - - - v - i j
A t ik. lut tiT wMtna roars aselusirely), 1 I 111 .noru nf VTVirn AR HIT-
li to lnir danberate aptatoa.tht UU.ntiu.w . ' '.ZZZZL
mw laU frM Is the only one anUUed to the eoafi;
Geo. V. Houi
. M.D. J Superintendent KlasUe Trass On.
aar Btr 1 After suBeruut lor uunr yea,
person, from the nee of every form of MetaUie Truss pro
curable in this country and la Kafope. I. twa years a,
applied your ZUutie Trmm. and since that time I bare
experienced eomfort and saUefaetioa. and beeataaaht
the truth, that the Klastio Truss la the only tosrruasit
taaxahonld be weed f or tbe relief sad sere of Ilerai t
and now after more than thirty yea ooaUnuouspraa.
Uoe. and bartaur adjusted many aaaareos m ""
VLZ Ws. ek-aKM . .larL4 (el th sMklV tMMsTtBwT sVat
12',' I all adapted to the rtAjuiiwoMoU of a Trass or Supporter.
614.00 I and am oonrlnoed that row Zla Trmm actually omnm
a large proporuou au esess tow --
only among children, but In numetoos aaace wtuita my
own kaowledce ef patieata tmm M to JS ysars of ajra.
U. BUTtNllAM, M. D.,
Prof, ef Anatomy sad Bursary, N. 1 . It Meaioat uouagu.
Beware of cheap and worthless Imitation KlastU
Trusses, which some parties advertise and selL fraudu
lently representing that they are manufactured by the
Elastic Truss Oo. ,
Thees Trusses are sent try man to au pane m ue
tn. aatiafactioa auaranteea to au eases, w"
ELASTIC TRUSS CO.,
who did your, washing in the early days
may look down with pitying eyes upon
TOU to-morrow, liridcfit. who was vnnr
maid-of -all-work when you first came to LitUe- fichus of grenadine edged with
the country, lives in a erand hotise. re- or fnn8e m Been on imported
. -... . n j tt i . 1 ,
freiiuciuiu uresse. v eivew-uarrea grena
dine over a skirt of black velvet, and
also velvet sleeves, makes a rich dress
that will not be considered too heavy
for August at the seaside and at fashion
The next night he was taken
down, and the father and hia child wore in- out Dy a m0D Gf one hundred and twenty-five
atantly killed. Mrs. Learvitt was badly injared. men and hanged in a stall of the fair ground.
The potato bne has appeared in parts of Alfred, Frederick A, Charles, Edward,
Lone Island.... .Vaesar College thia veas George Koe, who were formerly engaged
joices in a coapliman in livery, and goes
to all the great parties. Don't feel hurt
if she cuts you,- for she is in society,"
and icannot afford to be too promiscuous
in her acquaintances. It is natural that
in .a community, so largely made up of
fortune hunters, , wealth should be a
controlling social power; but it would
be unjust to saye that wealth is the sole
standard of social position. Occupation,
how one lives, and where one lives have
something to dd with it. There is a
story of a rich man I will not vouch for
Passing through a shaded court, says
a writer, we saw two pretty young Indian
women making tortillas the national
j bread. Although Indian corn forms the
chief article of food of the greater part
truth who iSome years ago gave a of the Mexican people, I was j assured
lamous party, lie had a large circle of that there is not a corn mill in the
acquaintanccs,tmtrhe could not invite country. The grains of corn are soaked
everybody. " "Wyjmtisfc draw the line in lye until they become what is known
somewhere, you know," he said, and he in Virginia as big, hominy. The maker
drew it braveJbetween wholesale and of tortillas takes a gourd bowl filled
retail. The man who sold soap and with this hulled and softfinod mm a n A
candles by the towaS "decreed to be kneels before a flat stone placed at an
graduated forty-two female students The
British admiral in command in the Pacific has
sent aid to the officers of the sunken United
States eteamei Saranac. v.... Policeman Jacob
Suter attempted to .arrest Patrick Mulligan,
who was drunk and beating his family in St.
Louis, when Mulligan picked up a chisel and
stabbed the officer twice. City Marshal Chaa.
Born then attempted to arrest him and was
also stabbed, when he drew a pistol and Bhot
Mulligan dead. Both of the officers were
severely injured. . . .Advices from New Granada
corroborate the reports first received in regard
to the earthquake. In the' city of Cucuta alone
between two and three thousand persons lost
their lives, and property to the amount of over
$8,000,000 was destroyed .Heavy freshets
are reported from France. ' The river Garonne
overflowed and caused much damage by carry
ing away bridges and destroying crops
in the grocery business, were arrested at Chi
cago on the charge of defrauding Messrs. O. P.
Gregory, J. N. Callinswortb, and S. A Ellison,
of Richmond, Ya., out of merchandise amount
ing to $230,000,
A Popular Book.
Reports from agents thus far received
by the publishers of the new book enti
tled " The Present Conflict of Science
with the Christian Religion," show an
average sale of five copies per day for
eacn agent. This indicates a much larger
sale than was attained by the author's
former work, of which the extraordinary
sale of 50,000 copies was made in a very
short time. Dr. Morris already has a
high reputation as an Author, and his
new book will occupy one of the highest
Eye SUte .90
Barley SUte 1.33
Oats SUte...... 61
Flour ...... 5.7S
Wheat No. 3 Spring 1 08
Corn Mixed .73
Cotton Low Middlings
Flour Extra ...... ......
Wheat Bod Western......
Flour Pennsylvania Extra.......... 5.75 9 6.28
Wheat Western Bed.. 1.28X& 1.1
Bye .- 1.05 9 1.05
Corn YeUow 80 0 .80
Mixed 80 80
OaU Mixed CO .1
Petroleum Crude (19 eat Beflhed, .12
.15 M .15 V
1.S0 & 1.30
.93 9 1.00
.es a .e
The Leading American Newspaper.
THE BEST ADYERTIMINO MEDIUM.
Dally, $10 a year. Srml-Wsrkly, $3. Weekly. $2.
AufniM Trmm fa im KH-riKr. RDaciiaaa Oroias and
dTertUinc RatAS rVaa. Weekly, in c lob. of 3 or mora.
only yi, posts ga pata. Aaarw ui iimn,n
rTTTTTir HABIT Cared Cbasp. (Xo nnWI
JJl A UllX cliy.) Dr Armstrong. hwnra.Hlch.
bo la caaa y ia-acgita, at oaia eaa epweroe.
All the advancement in science,
art and civilization bas not pre
vented children from kicking
holes throne h tbe toes of toeir
prevent this. Try then.
places in literature. It is a book for the
While several workmen were repairing a Bteam- I times, a work on the most vital question
boat cylinder at Hewes & Phillip e' actory in of the day. The magazines and the
Newark. N. J.. some water inside generated daily an(l religious papers are constantly
Bteam. cansinsr an nrnlnRinn. Thomas Pran filled witli articles On One Side Or Other
Have you seen the
CAULK SCREW WIRE
Boots and Shoes. Millions are
being worn ; all say they are the
easiest snd best Shoe ever made.
Look ont for the Patent Stamp.
All ethers are bsse imitations.
SEE a Popular Book noticed elsewhere.
within the "&fcrod 4al6" of society's
most elect. The man who sold soap and
candles by the pound was voted a social
rhilistino. AS rich lady was about to
give a largo party,uand called in a friend
to talk over tho question of invitations.
After reading the; list, the latter said:
"Uut I-don't see the IHerstadts!
Surely yon will invito tho liierstadts ?"
Bicretadti' AYho's Bierstadt ?"
" Why, tho-grcapainter."
"Is he ono of them ar' California
painters ? because, if he isI won't have
!. x -H v.- ,
.1 range Story.
' A curious incident is reported in the
American papers About ten years ago
a Jew in straitened' circumstances left
TransylvanLi for America to improve his
position in the new world. Ho left a
wife and several children behind,
promising that a soon as it was within
his means hoivbulA send them some
money from America. There fortune
smiled on him, and when he had amass
ed 600,000 florins he resolved to return
home and surprif o.ius , family with his
wealtu. lie started without apprising
angle of forty-five degrees, sloping from
her. Washing her hands in a crourd
bowl of water, she then takes some of
the softened corn, places it on the stone,
and then with a stone rolling pin kneads
and rolls it into a sheet of compact
dough. Again washing her hands, she
takes up a small bit of douch. "and
rolls it and rolls it, and pats it and pats
it," until it is ready to; be baked on a
small furnace, over a fire of dried aloe
leaves. The tortillas, thus made, taste
was killed and three other men were badly in
jared . . .Two brothers have been convicted
at Fortress Monroe of killing their father, and
sentenced to eighteen years' imprisonment...,
A soldiers1 monument was unveiled at Syracuse,
N. Y.t with imposing ceremonies.
The Tilton-Beecher case, which has been
before the courts of Brooklyn for many months,
was brought to a close and the case given to the
jury on Thursday, the twenty-fourth, day of
June. The same day an effort was made by
the prosecution to have the case reopened for
the admission of new and what was considered
important evidence,but Judge Neilson declined
to have it reopened. He charged the jury at
some length, and his charge is declared by the
Blnnk Scroll Curds, 5 designs. IO cta.,pot
pald.by J. B. HCBTTO. Nassau. Rena. Co.. W. Y.
of this great question. It is talked of in
private conversation, discussed in rmblic I
Wtnrns. ftnrl rrA'ir from -rmlrn't "I"? VERY FAMILY WANTS IT. Money In it
rni" T.: "Z "n 1 V f riT li Sold by Agents. Address M. N. G
people need it, and readily purchase
when brought to their notice. Publish
ed by P.:W. Ziegler & Co., 518 Arch
Rtreet. Philailfilnliia. Pa.
somewhat like fried hominy, and are press as a model of impartiality. The court
quite palatable. With a supply of them,
BuiuB jryvtcs, or Btewea Deans, ana a
little pulque, a Mexican laborer can live
in a manner perfectly satisfactory to him
self, at a cost, of about eight cents per
day. How different the expensive fare
oi some of our self styled temperate '
people who gorge themselves with meats,
pastries, coffee and tea, yet denounce
the Mexicans for drinking the nourish
ing juice of his native manguay, because
people have become drunk on pulque.
Star china Linen.
did not comment on the evidence, but warned
the jury against misleading comments by coun
sel on both sides. The court did not consider
the charge of blackmail, as that was thrown
out by Mr. Beocher. On the great question of
all, that of adultery, Judge Neilson was non
committal, limiting himself to instructing the
jury to disregard tho arguments of the defen
dant's counsel that the oral evidence on this
point deserves no consideration. He instructed
them to fairly weigh it all, and told them that
they were not to throw out without examination
the testimony of Mr. Bichards nor even that of
Mrs. Carey. The case waa given to the jury,
which retired. At ten o'clock at night they had
not agreed npon a verdict and were
The following is recommended bv a I for the night without food.
1 s ! 1 v I 7 I ' a I I f a ' m or .1
uis iamuy oi ms mienuea return, ana werman journal : Mate a liquid paste . Tne Secretary of the Treasury has issued
on ms way home nmv ed at Hamburg, 1 with good -lino wheat starch and cold a call for
where ho was seized with so " dancrerous I water, and then stir in boilinc water I of 1862
w . - - rj
TJie Salmon Fisheries In Scotland.
The Pall Mall Gfazettc says: The
salmon angling., season on . LochTay,
which closes the last day of May, was
this year a productive one. The average
weight of fish captured was calculated
at f a littlo over twenty-two pounds.
Among the larger fish taken were eleven
of thirty pounds each, eight of thirty
one pounds, ten of thirty-two 'pounds,
five of thirty-three pounds, four of
thirty-four pounds, one of thirty-five
pounds, two of thirty-six pounds, two
of thirty-eight pounds, and one of forty
pounds. Last year one fish weighing
forty-eight pounds was taken, and an
other of fifty pounds. In some of the
northern Scotch waters salmon angling
has been pretty fair lately, but through
out the country generally the season so
far has been a most unproductive and
disappointing one. The reports from the
Tweed continue to be of the 1 most
3 Pounds of Butter from 1 Quart of Milk
Can be made anywhere, by any one. Nd churning re
oulred. ReoeiBt sent for 25 cents. Address.
P. O. Box 1741, Philadelphia. Pa.
WILL. HAVB OUR GOODS. Send 25 cents and
we will send by mail, prepaid, our Lamp Fii.i.kk,
with which roa can fill any Jfroa Lam ri(aoa(
removing chimney or getting grtnmm tmlid of
Lamp. At same time we mail yon all onr circulars
d terms to scents on twenty asefnl household
which any person can make from 5
ana terms to
to art dally.
We want Arnta eTerrwhtre.
tees f ', Our answer ls,lhat they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his .health. They are the great
blood pui fier and a lifo-gtvins principle,
a perfec Renovator .and lnvigorator
of tho i 8tem. Never before, in. tho
history o the world has a medicine beea
compount-id possessing the remarkable
qualities f Viseoae Bittees in healin tha
tka gnarantaed to ail eaaoa. Before par- I alta, l r cij --" .
other, writs for DsaorlpUra Ctraalax ( I are a gQ tie PurpaUve SS Well S Tonic,
I mlirlnir rnnirRRtJon or Inflammation of
the Liver wid Visceral Organs in Bilious
The TTTOpertics of Dr. Walker's
683 Broadway, New York. fawarmiii
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, gfi Sa-s
ai Oaj LisW I aaaU Mw4Wi
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vd
zoas Bitters the most wonderful In
Tigorant that ever lUBtAined the sinking
No Person can fate these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
ui well, provided thel-bones are not de
stroyed by miners poison or other
d jeans, and vital on ans wasted beyond
Billons. Rem ttent and Inter
mittent FeTers. which are so preva
lent in the Yallejs of our great river
throughout the Ujited States, especially
those cf the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illibois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, RecL Colorado, Brazos, Itio Grande;
Pea, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ito-
anoji James, and many otners, wun
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entin corn try during the Sain trier and
Antrum, and remarkably so daring sea
sons or unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful Influence upon these various or
gans, Is essentially necessary. Then
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored Tiscid matter with which th'.
bowels are loaded, at the same tira
otimnlating the secretions of tbo liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy
functions of the digestive organ.
Fortify tho body against discaso
CHEAP MUSIC ! b7 Purifying all it fluids with Vixeuak
Full Catalogues Free by MslL BlTTERS. Ko epidemic COH tako hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
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you. Balls at aighV
acts ooia moaey.
or women, noys or
nd stamp for Oataiog-aa.
We bare work and money (or all. men
iris, whole or suare time. nd stai
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6klAA month to
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Female ererywhere. Address,
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post-oad. HO real.
8 pages. SO broad columns
from aow to New Year.
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uutil cured. Call on or address
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32 Kast 14th8treet,NewYork.
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AID CAT A HI
iBsrlag sirscri fwsaty yaan w4m Uto sad
ldaata wttk ATHM A. 1 rf tt y caav
rssittsf roofaad aarbs aa4lsaallnf taai
1 awtaaawl aliaia
1 raidy asa ears era far AMasaa4 Ostarra.
lUaaawatar aa4 si a esifcwliily. Dra-.
inw srs sstipuas wits sanipls SMS aw rasa
Idlstrtbetlffo. Call aad gat eaa. ar illns
D. LamEIX. m ..I. CMk. Okla.
sw-aoMsyDrscrista. MHm facaaaa, sy ssaU, UJa.
tW dnrO TOE ItXCSTEATED CaTAUMVB.
.Is a ears ears far Esiteetis nia. Cani
Bf ltaaaalacd Sytk
m '.mm tafsil is B star w caaa. I aclaas stasis aa?
strr-.la- rivtag vrMraes ar carve. AiJiata, Dr.a. A.
tog, rrsf. u. nireUrr.r.
most sue oeesful
Bead for Pa.
ner oa Ootaai Kat.
Box 476. la.porto.Iad.
an illness that he made a will bequeath- nntil a stiff paste is formed, and imme-
ing all his property to his Vif e. He re- diately add white wwc, or stearine, say
.covered, howevwpy Only to find that dur- about one ounce of wax to a pound of
ing his illness his' money had been starch (the exact proportions, however,
stolen from him by a man who nursed in any case can only be determined by
him. A few "benevolent persons, sym- experience). If it is desirable that the
pathizing with his misfortunes, collected
about one hundred florins, wherewith
the unfortunate Jew resolved to return
to America in order to retrieve his for
tunes. In the meantime the nurse had
linen should be very stiff, powdered gum
arabie may be added to the cold water
with which the starch is mixed. The
8 trained starch should be thoroughly
rubbed into the articles after they have
gloomy description ; the river has fallen
ir the redemption of five-twenty bonds to its summer level, fish are not " travel
to the amount of $5,000,000. They are ing,". and,' as there appears every proba
bility ot ? the drought continuing, we
shall possibly not hear of much sport
for some time to come. The same re
marks apply generally to most rivers in
England, Ireland, and Scotland, and un
less great improvement in the fishing
sets in, both by nets and rods, it is to be
feared thatlho year 1875 will be a very
bonda $50, No. 21,001 to 3p4 21,700, both' in-
elusive; $100, No. 59,101 to No. M,500; both
inclusive ; $500, No. 31,001 to No. 34,000, both
inclusive; 31,000, No, 9L501 to No. 96,000,
both inclusive . L . . . . Yice-Preeident Wilson has
written a letter denying any aspiration to the
Presidency, and declaring against the third
term The Democracy of the State of Iowa
at their late convention nominated the follow
ing ticket : For governor, Shepard LefSer, of
Dee Moines ; lieutenant-governor, Capt. E. B.
Woodward, of j Lucas ; lodge of the supreme
w. 1 1 1 is uit is ne w aria.
i iKirma Univeraai SaUsfaotioa.
40 Iba. more Bmed to bbL tkmt.
MATKM ,III.K, r.fitiH, cVr.
Ona rsar's taring will buy a eow.
NO MO It K HOUR RltKAU.
WMtr, Lighter. bweiar. fUebrr.
KVKRVUMUr Pralaea It.
Tbe Ladies are all la Lore with tu
WKf.lJH Uke HOT ('AKKM.
t tf 8nd at tmrm for Clrrnlar ta
CJKO. V. (JANTZ As CO
17 U DaaaeMU, New York.
dealt tn at tbe Raw York Stock Kreaaaca boaxbj aad
sold by as oo mar cla af trs par cant.
decamped with his booty to America, been well wrung out, after which they coart' w J- Bubnque ; Bnperinten-
dent of PubLc instruction. A. IL Wrieht of
Wright The platform adopted favors firm
adherence to the doctrines of political govern
ment as taught by Jefferson, . Madison and
other fathers of the republic ; callf or honesty
where, shortly after his arrival he died ! snould then be placed between dry
suddenly. Tho American authorities cloths and passed through the mangle,
sent the coffin, with the 600,000 florins, nd then rubbed on an ironing-board in
to Transylvania, and. as the will was one direction with a soft raxr. to dis-
alu- frtnnil in tria w(Ttn IV. anilinni!i I tfirtTItA ftnv Inmrkn rf sfawh : fVllaa ! .1 . . .... . ...
.w .";:""' uuiujuhuwj i j 1 wiuuo, i m us tamuugotaoa oi poow omcr ; there
at the same time'acquainted the relatives etc- should be ironed dry with a hot serration of all the legal rights of every citizen
with the death. -of; the testator. After 11011 and considerable pressure. The without regard to race or color ; the restora
the usual period ol mourning, the wife sticking of the iron may be prevented the President's salary to 125,000, and no
contracted a second marriage. The first 7 drawing it while hot over wax, and toird tena 'ore the resumption of specie
husband had,' however, . again saved a j aping it with a rag dipped in salt.
considerable sum. of money, and event-
nally returned Co his native country, to
SS a s a aa .a
nna nis wue jpaarnea to anotner man. Friction imrW th nmcm r tha
The event has. caused a great sensation railway train, and yet it is only through ter of public deeds intrusted to his
in the neighborhood, and it is stated
that a conference ' of rabbis is (1 about to
be held te determine to' which of the
two husbands, ; the . woman belongs.
Jewish IFbrW. :
A vision of the future Fond Mamma:
a a a- a.
incuon mai is maK.es any progress.
This apparent paradox is explained when
we remember that, by reason of the fric-
tional bite of the drivers upon the track,
they draw the train. The bearings of j
the wheel upon the rails are a mere line
where they come in contact, iron and i
"Suppose, Arnold, I shpulddie, and iron, yet this slight and almost imper
papa married another mamma, what ceptible hold is sufficient to move hun
would you do!" Dutiful son : "Oh ! dreds of tons of dead weLrht with tha
Z ihould go to the wedding." I ipeed of the wind.
payment ; the repeal of the prohibitory liquor
law and desires a license law and favors a
tariff for revenue Count von Arnim has
been sentenced to nine months1 imprison
ment for abstracting State papers of the char-
J he loss of life and property by the over
flowing or the river Garonne in France is
altogether heavier than the reports have led us
to believe. It is now estimated that at least
one thousand persons perifhed. In Toulouse
eight hundred houses have fallen, leaving
twenty thousand people homeless' and without
means of subsistence. Iu the St. Cyprien
quarter two hundred and fifteen corpses have
already been found. But five houses were left
standing of the four handled In the town of
Tuaoullst, la the department ef Arriega. Ia
TJie Xetv Panacea.
Modern science having demonstrated
K eject all Vlaleat Para-ailvea. Tbey rola tbe
tone of the bowels and weaken the digestion.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient
Is ased by rational people sa a means of reUertac all de
rangements of tbe stomach. Urer aad mtsstlms.bseaass
It leiaores obstructions wttbeat paia aad imparts ricor
to tbe ortcaas which It parl&es aad raralataa.
, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. '
ff a Sa. a B St A ana) at a anas sa.
KUUK A i IS Wam-d i srfl
" . Peapli
aasotiated at eaa to twe par eaat. froaa ntara4 oa aaam.
beta ef tba Hew Yerk Kicbaare or raspontbla pertvaa.
Lars-e Has have beaa reaUaad tba pas SO dars. rat
or call sosts oa lOUabarea
.Tinurai jwTirr" a at iim cnOTapaas imrrs
i annau oay w at aru wno eoaia ant be m
d to porcbaas tbe blanarifld tmka lir.ilnt tt
is c aauKina vauaa outer Dooks soM Uuxxvrn
is entirely free from it is certainly a sub- AnTTiaSw
ject for congratulation. Dr. WitlkerVU rau'la
that alcohol is neither food nor vhvuir
but, on the contrary, a species of poison, J
wo lntxouucuon oi a potent. tome which
. . . m . . . .
SO days wttaoat fartaar ratk, waile
dollars profit may ra sataed. Ki
f araiabe4. Pampblat. aowteiaii
aaformattoa aaa si
ef atoak far
Vinegar BitterS is a medicine Which mar bmt?d ooaatry.aoaa mt ssy saata wbo bare
lv faTrlw V.,V1 - ,V.:-:-r nao aipervoa ta a-mn, booka. aa, that hi ail tbr pre-
able specific for many distressing and
dangerous diseases. Temperance organ
izations, heretofore in favor of permit
ting the sale of alcohol for medical pur
poses, are of opinion that Vinegar Bit
ters possesses all the efficacy as an invig
orant that has ever been even claimed
fox spirituous stimulants, and on this
account, as well as because of the singu
lar success which has attended its use in
dyspepsia, liver complaint, disorders of
the bowels, nervous diseases, general
debility and all maladies growing out of
intemperance, they warmly recommend
it as a restorative and alterative of sur
vaaein tbe never mmmt wttn urk
maie mn lanre was-ae, sa since eonuaeex-toc tbe safe ef
ay work. Ver In am aad trhtory. adrfraas (iaesaamc
ww atamp aaa punif eroetw'ausf.
K. V. riF.PJ K. U. D
a-w wHd;s liJwaoaary.lo.W.Y.
rtU. Mark aerelope - For Pnt-babina Ite.1
OOXX AGEXTS WA!STCD
Kw book bLlilUdla-ao
FOB THE CUXHOUS." Far a ran
ry. tWaWr, earth
aad naniil Itt
s sway ta taasra-
soy addmss. Orders soDottM by asafl or wixe aad
pr mptly eaeeated by as. Addraas
, Ilaakem aad Brakera,
Wa, Wal Hrreet, New Yark.
I canoaa thiar
keaa. W ia
I anaiat. sesatilal, anlbaat tbearnts aad tralfca.
xaoKHie srnomrat, rmi asias arvices, saa tHe awst vgrf
eVtrtaifattisad cawani tckarrrr kss s. Tsreataar
'n's sawnrid;" Areata ear ifs a KIC sfiT.-end
r at wark vtaert 7.m a-aaani
k I It rtaHy eawrlW ml etbar banks tare as mmm tar
t a m at m to saw W wnat I a.aaa nm traarr
Asmtsaew wiraerwuwaa saswewill ataUawrSt rrea
wm tisv lmttt (inim waa lau s
aawrythma. aad enr f tba Wall Mlre-rt Hrrtrw
lOe. "r epacamea. Proexarfiacs Florida Kraa Gimn
AaaoetatSia msitavrof I H 7i-2i rta. Address Wax.
TO A V.. Jarkafartiia. fla, fay where yea saw this.
55 3 S20 ?KUPATU Tarns, fraa. Am
V J raaatlao.BTTirao.a A CVx. ParUaad. kt
if, wtwm. rr e alt Adjust
a. ! woaruixcToa a co.
We nave tried Dobbins Electric Soan
(made by Cragin k, Ox, Phila.), and find j
it the best purest and most economical
soap we nave ever -seen. Too much can
not be said in its favor. Try it.
Q i fl ? C O K Pr Cararaa OataWaa. I
aflWMaiUJ.H. Kvrvoaa'a Sons. 1
ran a Cuy rwnntrad asts oar Wall
ts AUgsf av ortiia. SIOO a month
m ll paid to Road Ajrrnta. iim book
Sftns. Jii AAar C lUasaia, IU,
iTOinji trnrzo rxnxn!
Yolta's JL4.rrra Belts sad
Beads are ladorsed by tba
east ami neat ahyeieiaao la
the world k tbeca re ef rbea-
ptaiat. Syspepaia, kid
arsons aad put
aaa ether chren
t be e hes ,ka d. I i rrr . rt on ar h
kHoeysand b)orl. Bk with
full aarticatarafres vr VetTa
But U4 UadaaaU, Chia.
Dy8iepsia or Indigestion. Head
ache, fain in tho Shoulders, Couch,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tato
In the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful aymp
toms. are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
Scrofula, or King's EtII, ito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammation, MenroriaJ Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Ere, etc.
in these, as m all other constitutional uis
eases, 'Walker's Yixeoar Bittem hare
shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractable cam.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism. Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys - and RladnVr,
these Bitters bare no equal. Sach 1)'uksjzs
are caused by vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. rersona en
raged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, GoU -beaters, an4
Miners, as they advance in life, are subject
t4 paralysis of the Bowels. To uarJ
against this, take a dose of TTaxkes'i Vis-
Soae Bittsbs occaaionaiJy.
For SVin Diseases, Eruption, Tct
ter, Salt-Iiheum, Blotches, Spots, rim pies
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Eing-worm.
Scald-head,- Pre Eye, ErypeU. Itch,
Ben, JscvtOTtioa cf tbe Skin, Humori
aad Disea&ei of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dn5 op and carried
out of the rystem in a sLort thna by the rua
cf these Bitters.
Fin- Tape, and other "Worms
lurxiac in the system of to many thousand,
are effectually destroyed aad removed. '
Kstem of medicine, no Tennifuires, no an
aimrrftva will free the lystem from wonnt
Uke these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, la young
or old, married or tingle, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonid
Bitters display so decided aa influence that
improvement Is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its Impurities burttint; throurJ
the skin ia Pimples, B nptkma, or Sores .
cleanse It when you find it obstructed and
slurgiah ia the veins ; cleanse it when it l
foul: your feelings wiU tell yoo when. Keep
the blood pare, and the health of the ytiu
wiu follow. .
n. II. ItDOSAI.I a cc
VnrrioU ad Oea. A (fta, 8a Frsacl C. Jor!,
aad car. of Washrtoa aad Cbarttoa J'ta, X. T.
tola my all ursitiw aa wi
W. T. W. U "a. tt
arydie-1 rweairnra" "tt!! n niinm
ns.aarrens oia- SI : a l "'W M 'li
lain com sis lata I Ia L .'.iL..a L J U. U kaWLiMki
I aebtllty. I r a ii r 0m $ljmt ta aar mmm was tS en fahr i ia m
ve dtseaars ef I a a a aan s avtac nafl. lai aa4
. tm iwrt Staa
. 121 B DAY CUASa
S4 aw Ctftux a. T . a'ifaat
CrtAli U. Ptfl&wSa tmtmmou.
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