Henry L. Dawes takes Sumner's place
ra the United Slates Senate.
Why was Rath very rude to Boaz ?
s&ecause she polled bis ears aod trod on
The average pay of male teachers in
Colorado is $63 per nicnth. Female
,tuaJiers receive $51.
it is reported from Albany that at an
nrlr da? a bill will bo brought into the
legislature to repeal the Compulsory
Education act. V
A countryman in Franklin comity, this
Plate, had laid on bis back every night
for twenty years and studied a certain
group of stars in the heavens.
It has been noted that of the eight
chosen by the Episcopal Church
October last, five are under forty
jmn of age.
There is nothing so highly prised as a
soft sweet voice iu woman, except her
ability to take iu washing when hard
Chicago marble men now make tomb-
atones bearing the inscription, '-Didn't
know it was loaded." They leave a blank
for the name and ago.
."Fanny" writes from Brooklyn to ask
why it is that all the youne men who
have donned "new" overcoats this winter
smell so of benzine.
t - " '
A Western poet who had expressed a
wish to die "amid the grand solitude of
the eternal mountain tops," was killed
by the explosion of a pint of cheap kero-
A Kansas woman dreamed three times
that her husband ran away with a freckle
Jaced girl, and she awoke him at midnight
and broke bis nose with the coal stove
Ladies should remember to keep their
months shut when going out of a warm
room into the cold air. Iu fact it wouldn't
hurt anything to keep them shut most of
tiT . ml '
-j. us noi in morning, "sain a young
laay frankly to a querist, "but as the
widows are getting all the offers nowa
days, we poor girls must do something to
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln is spending the
winter in Floiida. A Chicago correspond
dent of a London journal says the lady
nas refused numerous eligible offers of
marriage since her husband's death.
Mr. Pelligrini, the admirable caricatu
Jim ..C TA...:.. 1
l runny rair. is aooUL to marrv
Mrs. Collins daughter of the late Churlea
Uickens, and siater-inMaw to Mr. Wilkie
Darwin still secretly believe, in it, but
he hates to have a man come un and ssv.
"ff?1 morning, Mr. Darwin ; how's your
pw uaooon oi a graudfather, and how
the apees, your grandmother "
In criticising the Mayor's speech when
vaiaicua arrived at Chicago, the Titnes
wmjm him eacu time i lie Mayor opened his
month he put his foot in it. he Mayor,
wears a number ten gaiter.
l be guardians of the Door in Pl.i1..1..i
phia have refused to aHow homoeopathic
WIB access to the cliuics at the
umsnouse Hospital, which action has stir
red up the chronic war between' the horn
35fW8 nd Uopathic schools of medi
A Mr. AlAHF mn I? IS. I
in " vugiiBuman, wno is
said to hare been with Livingston for
years in Africa, has purchased of Messrs.
Stuart fe Palma, the salt works proprie
tor, 1,500 acres of land, near West
point, on the Virginia peninsula, for $75;,.
A Missourian who attended prayer
meeting with his daughter felt compelled
to rise up and remark : "I want ter be
ood an' go ter Heaven, but if them let
f ,?,V8t0p winki' t Mary Jane
there II be a good deal of prancin' around
here the fust thing they know J" ,
J?ftleighJ?W8 8yii At the late
term of the special court of Northampton
.county .Judge IJenry sentenced eight men
2 ?l?7 all of Whom have
afaJy arrived and stowed away. Four
of the number were white men, merchants
in said county, convicted of buying cot
tonhrom negroes, knowing it to have been
At this period of the year, a voice steals
atearly mora through the key-hole of do-
r esss-w Ml v ,
ana a uromnt and K.(Mi
eho responds, ydoXotVek
b"tMU "L,en won l- y old brntel
Sneh are theeeloaturi h.' " , " T.r 4
tie life r",Y"u aomes-
rSUST!mnt0,a,rjrer reed to the
3 : Ito,?"3r 041,(15(1 Pinion' Jadep.
jou re an old fool." The Judge allowed
his mildly beaming eye to fall upon the
lawyer a brief moment, then, in a voice
ZrT wuh PPreased emoiion, said;
Sllin 7 e4d$d th 7oa're fined
A surgeon who lodges over a bnteher
foop in Paris feels much aggrieved at the
announcement on the shop window that
. ??V!!Le8 tPCC dai1 in isestab
nsent. fhp Doctor considers that his
professional skill is impngned by the no
tlee, and resenta it . sufficiently to eo to
law about ;t. '
The State we, is unufually united in
rta praise of Hior Kernan. Republi
can and Jeioppratic journals vie wiih
.each other ju praising bis ability and in
od not a single journal of any
prominence has a word to say in his
disparagemeut.-.V. Y. Herald.
A New York State woman owns five
acres of peppermint meadow. An envia
ble .woman, certainly. She has but to
marry a man with a barrel of whiskey
end a hogshead of sugar to have a mint
julep lil i.cen or twenty times a day for the
reft of her life, ;"-
Members Elect to the General
Assembly of Notrh Carolina
1st District. Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank,
Perquimans. Hertford, Oates and Chowan,
Wm. D. Shaw ana i nomas i. .jermgan, ucuh.
ff 2m . - wn . . m w
2d. Tvrrell. Washington, ueauiori ,-uanin,
DarcPamlico and Hyde, has. Latham and
Mitoo Why, Dems. M
3d. -Northampton anu xjenie, r . . r,
7 . mm m a r A Tt
4th. Hall rax, John Bryant, Jtvep.
5th. Edgecombe, W. P. Cabaon, Rep.
6th. Pitt, Jos. B. Stickney, Dem.
7th. Wilson, Nash and Franklin, Chas. m
Cooke and Nich W. Boddie, Dem?.
8th. Craven Kich'd lnckerKep.
9th. Jones Onslow and Carteret, W. T. R.
10th. Wayne and Duplin. D. E. Simih and
John I), Stanford, Dem.
...I JtL I f Tvink RlIM
lull, ienoir anu umruc, w 8f
12th. New Hanover, Edw'd Cant we U,
Rep. . ,,
13th. Bladen and Brunwich. Cashwell,
14th. Saronaon. Edwin W. Keer Dem.
15th Odnwbua and Rebeson, W. Foster
16th. Cumberland and Harnett, Geo.
17th. Johnston, L. 5- WaddeU, Dem.
18th, Wake; Charles M. Bnsbee, Dem.
1'ith Wrrn John If. Paschal 1. Ren.
20th. Perswn. Orance. Caawell. C. E. Parrish
and Ceorge Williamson, Dems.
21st. Granville, Richanl G. Sneed, Rep.
22d. Chatham, W. G. Albright, Dem.
23d. Rnckin?ham. James Irvin. Dem.
24th. Alamance and Guilford Jas. T. More-
UA nm and A. S. Ho ton. Ken.
IV-"i v. .... ...... m mm j m-
25th. Randolph and Moore, IV. n. wormy,
' 20th. Richmond
and Montgomery. James
Lieu ran o, ueni.
27th. Anson and Union, U. M. l. Mcvauiey,
28th. Cabarrusand Stanley, Dr. Ueo. Ander
29th. Mecklenburg, K. r. vaiang, uem.
30th. Rowan and Davie, J. IJ.' Clement,
31st. Davidson, Alfred Hargrave, Dem.
32d. Stokes and Forsythe, Nelson S. Cook,
33d. Surry and ladKin, j. u. aiarier, xeui.
34th. Iredell, Wilkes and Alexander, R. F.
. . - -v r a a a tv
Armfield and R. Z. Linney, Dems.
35th. Allegliany, Ashe and Watauga, A.J.
McMillan, Dem. ' .
36th. Caldwell, Burke, McDowell, Mitcneu
C Mill .1. M. Younir. Dems.
BMW ax, nitwr v v w - ay v .
37th. Catawba and Lincoln. Mai. YV . A.
38th. Gaston and Cleaveland, Jesse Jenkins,
39th. Rutherford and Polk, M. Walker,
40th. ISuncombe and Madison, j . o. Mcelroy
- , - i . r r-y r T-t a
4ls. Havwood, Henderson and Transylyania,
T. W. Tavlor. Ren
42d. Jackson. Swain, Macon, Cherokee, Clay
and Q rah am, James R. Love, Dem.
' Democrats (straight), 37; 1 Independent
Democrat : Keuoblicans. 13. Democrats ma-
r i - . .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Alamance, Jaa E Boyd, Rep.
Alexander, J M Careon, bid Dem.
Alleghany, Field, Dem.
Anson, W E Smith, Dem.
Ashe. Sauire Trivett. Rep.
Beaufort and Pamlico, William A Thomp
jenie, m l n am, rep.
Bladen, John Newell, Rep.
Bnrawick, J M Bennett, Dem.
Buncombe, M. Patton, Dra, W. G. Candier
Burke, S. McD, Tate, Dem.
Cabarrus, Panl B. Means. Dem.
Caldwell, M H Barnhardt, Dem.
i Camden, F N Mullen, Dem.
Carteret, Appleton Oaksmith. Ind. Dem.
Caswell, Thomas Harrison, Dem.,
Wilson Cary, Rep,
Catawba. S. M. Finger, Dem.
Chatham, Jno M. Moring, O. A Hanner,
Cherokee and Graham, King, Dem.
Chowan, Rich Elliott,' Rep.
Clay, John O. Hicks, Dem.
Cleaveland, Allen Bettis, Dem
Columbns, V. V. Richardson, Dem.
Craven, Jno. R. Good, Edward H. Hill,
f Cumberland, Jas. C McRae, J. McD. Jossup,
1 Currituck, J. M. Woodhouse, Dem.
Dare, Jno B. Etheriege, Dem.
Dovidson, Solomon A. Mock. Marshall H.
Davie, Charles Anderspn, Dem.
Duplin, A. G. Moseley, W. B. Wells, Dems.
Edgecombe, Willbi Bunn, W. T. Goodwin,
Foray the, Dr W. H. Wheeler, Rep.
Franklin, T. T. MitcheU, Dem;
UastoaV W. A. Stow Dem.
Gats R. H. Bailor , Dem.
Gran vifle, H. T. Hin" Or,ews, Reps.
Greene, T. E. Hookei Dem. .
j Guilford, Kerens, M ndenhall, John N.
Halifax, J. A. White, icancy, Reps.
Harnett, J. A. Spears, D m.
Haywood. Frank Davis, Dero.
Henderson, James Blythe, Rep.
Hertford, Solomon Parker, Rep.
Hyde, A. J. Smith, Independent.
Iredell, A. C. Sharp, A. F. Gaither, Dems.
Jackson, E. J. Holt, E. A. BUsell, Dems.
; Jones, J. F. Scott, Rep.
Lenoir, J-. P. Parrott, Dem.
Lincoln, W. A. Thompson, Dem.
Mason, Jas. L. Robinson, Dem.
Madison, II. A. Gudger, Dem.
Martin, , Rep.
Mc Dowel, A. M. Erwin, Dem.
Mecklenbury, J. Sol Reid, J . L. Jetton.
Mitchel. Mom Young, Dem.
Montgomery, Elias Hurley, Dem.
Moore, A. A. Mclver, Dem.
NashW. T. Griffin, Dem.
: New Hanover, W.-fi. Moore, H. Brew ing
ton, Alfred Lloyd, Reps;
Northampton, R. J. Walden, Rep.
I Onslow, Jno W. Shackelforld, Dem.
Orange, Matthew At water, Jno W Latta,
Paoqnolank, W J Munden, Rep.
Perquinian, J Q A Wood, Rep.
Person, 8 C Harnett, Rep.
; Pitt. Joseph S St a ton, L J Barnett, Dems.
Polk, John Garrison, Rep.
Randolph, M T Moffit, A H Kendall, Dems.
Richmond, Piatt D Walker, Dem.
Robeson, Dr. R M Norment, Neill McNeill,
Rockingham, W N Mebane, John Johnson,
Rowan, J S McCubbins, Geo M Bernhardt
Rutherford, Eli Whisnant, Rep.
Sampson, W H Bryant, James I MeCallop
Stanley, A C Freeman. Dem.
Stokes, Thomas Martin, Dem.
Surry, Wm Hay more, Dem.
Swain, T D Bryson, Dem.
Trysylvania, Thos Gash, Dem.
Tyrrell, W. W. Walker, Dem.
Qnion, Lemnel Presson, Dem.
Wake, M W Pajro, L D Stephenson, Geo V
Jtrong, Micheal Whitley. Dems.
Warren, Hawkins Carter, Wm H Wiiam
Washington, G B Wiley, Dem.
Watauga. J L Green, Dem.
Wayne, Isaac F Dortch. John W Inler, Dem.
yv iikes, j a. roote.T J Uula, lieps.
Wilson, T J Eatman, Dem.
Yadkin, W B Glenn, Rep.
Yancey. W W Proffit, em.
Democratic (straight) 8 1 ; Independent Dem
ocrats, ; independent, 3; He publicans. 34.
Democratic majority, 45. The Democrats have
majority on joint ballot, and two-thirds of
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Pullman Pa'ace Can on all night train be
tween Charlotte and Richmond, (without change)
Papers ht bnve arrangement to advertise the
schedule of this company will please print as
For fiirthei information address
M E. ALLEN.
GenM Ticket Agent.
T,M R TALCOTT,
Engineer k Gen'l Superintendent
E. B. F00TE.M.0.
120 Lexington ATernie,
Cor. E 28th SL, NEW Y0Rl$
An Independent Physician,
TREATS ALL FORMS OF
Letters from all part C
the Civilized World,
IT Hit CMCINAL WAT IT
Metis! a Medical Practice
us is TxtKiTora
Numerous Patients in Europe, the
West Indies, the Dominion of
Canada, and in every State
of the Union.
ADVICB CIVEN BY MAIL
FREE OF CHARCE.
Mo merearlal msSicta or delatarioas drags na4.
Haa during tbs past twtntjr vaan traaUd sooocm.
I nlly nearly or quits 40,090 caaas. AS fasts ooq
sccted with each cast an earefuUy recorded,
whether they be communicated by fetter or iq
person, or observed by tbs Doctor or his asaiclaU
physician. Tho tattor an all 'MV madiool
All invalids at s distance an required to anawor
an extended list of plain question t, which will bo
f urniahed by nail tros, or st tho office. A com
plete system of resyseteriasy prevents mistake or
confusion. Ceao books never consulted, except by
me physicians ot tnc establishment. Fur
consultation send for list of question.
A sixty-pan pamphlet of evfclenoss of ana
sent free also.
Address JOr. E. 33. FOOTE,
Da. Foots is the author of ICxbccax. Cow
mo Saasnt," s book that reached a circulation
of over SSO,000 copies; also, of MBum Hons
Talk," more recently published, which has sold
to the extent ot 70,000 copies ; also, ef
is Stout," which is now being published in i
co ran is tabus
of an, easastfag the assseassawsasi work (which
la out ot print), wfQ be sent free on application
to either Dr. Foots, or the' Bamy Bill filtlih
lag Csapaay, whom office Is 1SQ East 88th Street.
Agent both men and w reason wanted to aeti
tho f ongoing works, to whom a liberal profit will
be allowed. The beginnlofs of small fortnncs
have been made In sellrna: Dr. Footafs pTrr
work. "Plat Honrs Task" is saartienlarty
adapted to adult, and Scsawcx m Stosi "
ast the thing for the young. Send for contents
tobies and see for yonneWea. The former answers
a multitude of quest loss which ladies and gentle?
men feel a delicacy abrat asking of their phyaidana.
There la nothing in literature at aS tfka either
of the foregoing worts. SdSXCS m SrOST
can only be had at agents or at the Publishers.
'PLAIN MOMS TALK M is published
English and German Lang. Ones
ADD&E8S AS A BO VS.
J. A. CLODFELTER I CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture,
Invite attention to their stock of
Cottage Pedatewda French Chamber
Suit. Walnut snd painted Cane Rsaasss
Chairs Rocking Chairs of sll descriptions. Ex
tension Dining Tables of all kinds Wardrobes
Wash stands, What-Not as, Solas, Reception
Chairs and Parlor Soils.' Also, many other
articles which we sre prepared ta sell as cheap
or cheaper than any House in the western part
ui sue oiaie.
Be ware to call nearly opposite the Mansion
Hotel, next door below the Express office, see
our stock and bear oar prices. Oar terms cash.
Special orders (made from photographs in
our office) will be supplied.
Wtmf A full assortment of Rosewood, Metal ic
and Walnut Burial Cases, which eaa be furnish
ea st o noars notice.
March 19. 1874-ly.
Tie Best Pajer. Try It.
The SCMTTFIC AMERICA
U. 30th Tear, eniovs the widest ciiewlatle
any weekly newvpe of the kid in the woria.
A new volome coniineocee JasHsary 4, 1876.
: : ' ' m.M
ff J 4 - . . . .
La forms Uosi pertain ins;
S m. m
to the la-
chsnkal, and HoieatlM mgiei
of tbs World : Descriptions, wun osanu ui
r v Inventions. New Inipls-
msnta. New Pniosasas. and Improved Indnatries
of ll kindu : Useful Notes, lUcip
linn, .nrf A.lrias. bv i'rsctical Writem,
w.h. m.mA Km n lover, in all the
C AiniCAI is the
peat and beat lllnstrsted weekly
pnblisbed. Every number contain from 10 to
15 oriainsl enersvingi of new mschintrv and
BHORAVTxf OS, illostratirrwlmprererewl
Hscoverics, ami InaporUnt Works, pert in in
Discoveries, and Important Works, pertaining
to civil and Mechanical Engineering, Milling,
Mining and Metallurgy; Records of the latest
progress in the applications of Steam, Steam
Engineering, Railways, Ship-building, Naviga
tion, Telegraphy Encineei ing, Elrctricfty,
Magnetism. Light and ileal.
FAHKER8. Mechanioa, Eorinners, Inven
tors Manulacturara, Chemists, Lovers of Science
Teachers, Clergymen, Lawyers and People ot
11 Professions will bind Use BCinmric
AstKKiCAX useful to them. It aboald have a
place in every Family, Library, Study, Office,
and Counting Room ; in every Reading Room,
College, Aoavdeinv, or School.
Avesrs numbers contain pages and
SaTMRAL HCKOBXD E.VORAVISOS, Thousands
of volumes sre preservou lor oinoing and re
w . sa w mtw
The practical receipts are well worth
tea times the sabscri ption price. Terms, $3.20
a year by mail, including postage. Discount
to Clubs. 8peeial circulars and Spectra
free. May be had of all News Deslers.
In connection villi the
Messrs. Mcjnr A Co., are
Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents,
and have the largest establishment in the woeid.
More than fifty thousand anDlications hive
been made for patents through their agency.
Patents are obtained on the best terms, Mod.
eld of New inventions and sketches examined
and advice free, A special notice is made in
the Scikxtific Americax of all Invention
Patented through this Agency, w;th
and residence of the Patentee. Patents are of
ten sold in part or whole, to persons attracted
to the invention by such notice. Send far
Pamphlet, 110 pages, containing laws sad tall
directions for obtaining Patents.
Address for the Psper, or concerning Patents,
MTNN CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y. Branch
Office, oar. F sad Tib Si, Washington,
THE NEW FAMILY
8IN6ER 8EWIN6 MACHINE
We claim snd can show that It Is the cnXAF
SST, most beautiful, delicately srranged, nicely
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly musing
of all the Family Sewing Machines. It is re
markable not only for the range and variety of
its sewing, but also for the variety snu dioereni
kinds of texture which it will sew with equal
facility snd perfection, using silk twist, linen or
ootton thread, fine or coarse, making the ixter-
LOCK ED-EL astic-titch. alike on both sides of
the fabric sewn. Thus, bearer cloth, or leather,
may be sewn with great strength and uniformity
of stitch ; sad, in a moment, this willing and
never-wearying instrument may be adjusted for
fine work on gauxe or gossamer tissue, 01 vne
tacking of tarlatan, or ruffling, or sJasost any
other work which delicate fingers have been
known to perform.
Aad with iu simplicity of construction; aasa
of operation; uniformity of Fftxctas action st
any speed; capacity lor range and variety of work,
fine or coarse leaving all rivals behind it.
We with pleasure refer the public to the Gold
and Bronxe Medals and Diplomas awarded to
our Machines in America, Prussia. England, and
l.i- r a . f . . , m r , t.
recently in Austria at ine exposition in icnna,
where we were awarded five Medals, Merit, Pro
gress, and three for articles manufactured on our
Machines. But it gives us much greater pleasure,
to present to the public the sworn returns ef wale,
(to which any one can have arc ass) of the differ
ent Manufacturers of Machines, for tbe last four
years, made to the receiver appointed by the
owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, aad
which shews the precise number of machines
sold by each Company.
iw ifrm lav i tsvt
Soger MsswfacMag C ., M.TS1 117 SSt 11 jrs til TM
WhHe A wla ds T,"w
How M cM n- Co., iijOuO
wrovs A Saker Sewing
(hfasklae Oe., ab,i
Domestic t-slag 4n
WeejSSWw'nc do ISJafT
Wiles A Globe do 1TSS1
Avertcan Batlon-Holr Orrr
as, tws stais
in. as 7 eAS4
fsssmlag MachloeC-.., 7 .71
OolJ Msdsl de
t. P. Howe
vict r . a
Ssvla - . S
Sloe . 4m
SesnlSvtOD SaaaSr 4m
' s. BrssaaSesf a
Sartlftt, Ssrersluls 4
J- O rolroa
a r. Th -...
UdIs Sauon-Ueie 4e
wanvlu 4. evs
The reader will slsn note that althr.k it
chsrgeJ that Sewing Machines "sj. 3m
ormmiaJv I. L " . ... ""'a si
.1 m J..""" I"- 7 Oe Will mmm ihml
k T 1 Wef ln i-tence have fiilnd
sbandonext an . . . " aaiisaa
desiring . first cl rvilTJ11
" ""inruui it aniirit
ta sum. 1 T aT . .
IATIST IMFI0VED ATTACHMENTS
for Tacking, Cording, Raffling,
W Wf a at -
III A a-aJfJMaS yjf f
Bilk, JAM, gaid Cotttm Ttossis,
OHN A. RAMSAY,
SS t.a TV V mm
flMflww.nuw lusi now ujjtpjj
m m at u mx -
SBBBB am b at mm n n as wv s mm aa a bbk.
psntftehsej. , ,
ted IBs say on u,.
iidiss) ot BnmxtA '
aw, larvismv a , asacawaau SUM rsjjssjssjj
IapediKnte to Marriaf, tie. ; jj
l iu , i.rii.uwi naaaj r ITJL indSUJl J L.
or the application of use knife; fcntin..,
-odeof om -f-b532;
toaJ, by moana of which everv mnMmr ns-
t what bis coodilioo nik t -
ii ii assail Mm ssa r oe, may cure L
l5r TVTtdr' "
be in the h
ersty yomh sod every ntaa la the land.
Swat ansier teaJ, in a plain eava ope, to
address, post-sssal on receipt of six .
Addrtae the Publisher.
CHAS l Ol
117 Bowarr.Vov Tort
Poet Office Bot
OF TIKCSIIVIA. 1
A. O. McIlvaixs, .... rs ..
uamcx r An .... y- TT1
.? h ci . . Soemsrv
i. K. w. Jarrxav, - .
Ratio of Assasts to
Policies issued on sll desirable
tici paling and Nun.pnrticipating.
iwesi rates ol rrem Maw
n ?e,rJrUBI V"'"?- Md is tenn.
a er ' es w,. i -
e uim T-iijMirrs rrrrTYl m. Vi u.
lettable an-r secoml premium
term, and tbe amount non tes
in the pnin-y in plain tasgliah, so that
be no Mist NDKawTAJt in xo.
Restrictions only assess as every sanaihkr nss
win nwniiT rnuorv. 1 lie new timM
mm as wre mtf a mm, m. I "
taorse. j be new ptoa rsiai
I alAIK iHMirniff
Coespaay , has saeriu pan, u
a of insnrance :
peculiar to this
uy no ouer lorm ol inanrance ; Hievaikw
ss wen ss persons expecting to bectasx
should examine it earefulle.
Nrwnrix X r
General Ag. nt Western X.C
W. Manner. Jocal Agrtu( hilksaii,
Msrch 19, 1871 ly
'J'lie only knnwn marey fa
BRIGHT S DISEASE.
Aad a pneiiire reotrdy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRItTrREB, VI kU
TE8, DYSPEPSIA. XKBVOVS DEBIL1TT
Non-retention or Incontinence of friar, Irrsr
tiosL lnflamatioaor Usceraiise effht
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
Lcocorrh-ra or Whites, Diease of ike
Wand, Ptowe, as the Bladwer,
CotcalaavGraeel or Brickdast Depasit ass S
cas or Milky Discharge.
Permanently Cnres all Diseasr of Um
BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND DKOPSJCAl
Existing in Men, Woasea snd Csilires,
tyNO MATTER WHAT TUE AGE!
Prof. Steele ways : "Ons bottle ef Kswssfi
Fluid Extract Bochu is worth sssfs tksssl
other Buchoa ccunbanad."
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or fix for Dn
Dollars. Sold by C. R BARKER UA
Depot, 104 Duane St, JL Y-rt
A Physician in attendance to am
pondence snd give advice gratia.
tff Send stamp for Pamnhlets.
Kfiirois and Dekiiitael
Or HUTU SEXES. "
No Charge for Advice and
Dm. J. B. Dyott, graduate Jefleraoa
a . at m ss. . . . - . - S n
(college, riuldelphis, snthor of eer
works, can be consulted on sll di
Sexual or Urinary Orgeas, (which sshw
an especial stady ) either is aasle or Sssssh
matter from what caaas ssigiiailaSf etef g
long standing. A practice of 30 jesrssawISs
him to treat dasenses with success. US
goaranteed. Charces reasons hie.
distance can forward letter Jaarrihiagi
and enclta-ing stamp to prepav pcauafv
Head sar the Guidt its ttsajik Prsasl
J. B DYOTT. M B,
Physicisnand Sorgeon, 104 &ataes,P -Feb.
5 1874 if
the mima at torl
A CHOICE OP
i RixlO iay,sr tks -JJ
Tata Tstiwjl" 2x8 is,i
Price tS., rnrlnding
of mm had. Witboct
ran a war si.
Liberal commtasSon snd ercJosfw i
Samples and circulars free-
st ones Ss
HORATIO 0. EOHOjFttW
tW If. p-at in a .1!'.
Thej mil nil I asTlhor, Lm thU Hmlj.
7.rj 4-amtrmm ttrm a thirty
wilbool ties Hsrsfsxuua ant of inUnsal -
Cheap Chattel Mortg
sswl c tier various blsall lor sak