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1 ' 1 I .i
I; i r.
Tin Ii?vni!rV Opinion'. It is?-:
of course imnohsifile to ray what t!c
pus mav do along the track of the
lomLyond ,hlrainiog tut, ,-for
we ran vah the wound only iu me
parts which the tule traverses. The
ball, I am flill convinced, is lodged
in the anterior wall of ihe abdomen..'
There can be no doubt that It josscd.!
through the small part of tlie fiver ror'
the liver is direct lv- in its course and
it could not g elsewhere. The exact
location of ..the we cannot yet deter
mine, but .we would not attempt to
wash t he wound beyond the tube, and
therefore "development of the sttppnra
tive process must derlermiue what
may be apprehended beyond that
pjuint. ....... ""
, What Pus" Is.
Pus, iii its -hoalthy state, or when
it is what v.e call "sweet'- is com
posed of little globules floating in
more or less water. The globules
are like those in milk. As -long as
they remain distinct theyjcaunot be
absorbed nor, were-they -injected into
the blood, vould-.thev do any harm.
Hut hi' thr.m rli .dprofiioofihionrt.ecarv or -r1Tsician;"t who wiall have
thcy break and the pus becomes
r i a- i -kI ----- ff
fuass of stuff in whiefmoae afthesei
cau he teen when it "breaks down!
to use llw. technical expression it
lecomcs a virulent animal poison, and
will, if absorbed, produce very dan-
x gerous forms of disease. In this state,
too, it ts very easily absorbed through
the coats of the veins. If I place a
teaspoonful of milk in your hand, it
will remain there as long as you
choose to hold it, and ultimately dry up.
But if 1 pour a little glycerine into
the hand. and vou-hold it lonj enough
it will go in through the skin; iu
other wordts, it will be absorbed.
'Now pus, wjreu it is "sweet," is like
the milk, it will not ga info the blood
through the veins, but when it is
"broken do'.vn" it will.
A person of ordinary intelligence,
who has the patience to read Mr,
Ingereoll's letter, which opes the
Augost number of." the Review, will
be astonished that a man so densely
ignorautjjf what he is talking about
should have so far gained the public
ear 'as to make it . necessary lor any
body to reply to him.. And yet one
cau easily sea how the equal ignorance
of many professed teachers of religion
has; furnished Ingersoll a colorable
pretext for his wildest absurdities,
and it is the more instructive, there
fore io see the calm assurance with
wliiclc Judge lJJaek picks him up and
throws him. A person like Ingersoll
is not likely to be reached by logic,
but if there arc any persons wbose
minds have been influenced by his!
. . . .- i
rhetorical smart uess, they cannot do
better than read 'Judge Black's crush
ing rejoinder. I'hiladtlphia Times.
TJie - Baltimore Sun, speaking of
sohie very -.fi iiv further irgarden say
that it contains a vcriUible Venus
fly-trap, and that in. tlie same collec
tiou is aootlicr lk'sh-cating plant,
from Noih Carolina, the trumpet
dant. These plants, by no means
rare in their .North Caroliua habitat,
are , regarded as great curiosities
abroad, and we suggest to our home
florists that they procure specimens
aud f offer them for sale to Northern
patrons. About llockjr Toint the
trumpet plant can be gathered in
cart load and the Venus fly-trap can
be found in tjuaulitics. They would
comcnahd a line price at the North if
any one would start the business.
The botauieal name of the latter is,
we believe, Diona Musipula, and of
the' former, Saracen ia flora. They
have , both beeir- recently, referred to
iu Dr. W'otnl's very admirable papers
in "At Homo and A broad;"
That Tm a startling announcement
that oar Nihilists on this side of the
xvater tre shipping dynmite to
Europe i.i barrels, us cement, with
machiiierv like clock work within, to
explode ihrick:csr Ten barrels
were Bent uut on 4fiOicamshit Malta
andotlier ;t!oiisignm6nts en both" the
unaru and Le) land lines are known
to hare been m.wl.: Tl :.,
S K' I kV. 1 ill I
view can only U burmised. Tlie iln-
' Ktructiuu'ui'tliti 6iC4uislii!a.vs Lard
s' ly aiaied at, Uu the purpose would
etui 10 oe nu her to accomplish some
ibn purpose citncr iu Eujrland
or ou the coiitineut. It may be that
llic liritisli parltuQieiit lias offended,
and these- infernal machines ate in
tended to right the wrongs of Ireland
hy a repetition yf iie Uuy ..Fawks
plotv Ojut all ia Ur mystery. It may
U but a mud freak, like the attemp
ted aaasbi nut iuii of General Gar
But whatever -may be the purpose
or design, the government shottld
lose no time iu ferreting ut those
implicated in the transaction. Ameri-t-u
is the country of law, it is uot to
be the don of semi nxlrels. Every ap
pliance should be used to ascertain
the makers of the clockwork appara
tus, and to detect those engaged in
the business, and then they should
wing. Law or no law, they should
be put to death just as any vicious
auimal without a ouI should be slain
when bent on great mischief. It can
not,, be tolerated that the lives - uf
thousands, should be jeopardized be
ca lht of tho& in Uurcau ts. Let pi oin pt
nctioa be taken to discover them, and
l henf h&Ue world be rid of their
presence wnhotit hcitatiuu gr delay.
Thef.diowiiig Utliemktbjtejj Artaa .
itpaed both Houses or the legislature,
with nil the endmo U Inured at the
proper puree, ji ;ui Mutivuj.j w iu
bill a iurolltd and ratified t
AX AtT TO rnomtiT the MAXtcTvirt
Section' 1. That any personswho shall
7Vr-..-f. rrii- IS. ikifHtlH-" and in that ease no person shall be
v "".i'lf..l7 . : r. -tiT;."f1
tnea Tmd cidejKrUy aW
shift, sob terfli ejj" tM" Iwjee, si'iuiiiousjl
qnors, orany liquors of which spirituous
liquor U a material or constituent iart,
inmy qttytljis.at, otherwise
than by tin act provided, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof in any com t of record having ju
risdiction of. same shall be'ticed jiofeless
than ouf'fniudred dollars im iiiore; than
one thousand dolhits, and bo fnjpiisoned
in the discietion ofthgburt.
'Jlihtsiii ifHOus liquors or li
qiHds ofVhielrliqTtorlrare a material and
constituent part, may be "kept and sold
as by this act provided, and in no other
way or manner, only for medical, chemi
cal nud mcchanial purposes, and for these
ttfl prilVCCO tit I I I k T
:nained. . Heua ? puinac f
tl5 -provnaons -t tms act, allowing
him to ell the same for such pnrpoxeii;
aad any druggist or phy&iciao,?f&o rIiiiU
Iia'vo obtained snch'Jceujse;Sh.;iTi not keep
at nny'tim a. gfe.ittT MjitantiVy of such
spirits on hnim than thirty gallons ; and
uhall not v4l to any person a greater
quantity at oue time, tluHi mto gallon.
Sec 3jrhe Couj ty tJohjuys-sionei s f
the several counties in the State may,
Upon app'iv-utiou' .-made ti tKeia, only' in
the way in this section provided, by a
drn;istj(,apathjb;car or pli'sician, grant
a lj.ense to l;ut l(rt-J)ilo yvarnnl no long
cr, to sel J ftuuii .ispiritvias liquors as are
nientioiied in this act only for medicinal,
cheniical nd luechaiiical j)urpoaes, am(
in the way andfua"nuer 7n this net direct
ed, and no other ; but bforegranlingauy
such lioeiiMtfliey shailiasceVliun iiui;find
by the oathj and exaiiiintfon of ftroor
more sober biid: rcsp;cJfti).fovi t izeas f
t heir-county, that such applicant is a so
ber, reliable and trustworthy person : and
they shall record tlie names of the citizens
so by them 'examined ami the facts so
found by the in ujioiTthe minutes of thoir
proceedings in connection with the orders
and proct edihgs groiitigl sue license j
aim an,v itixgiiv ptMiiwiixnys'
ciau desii ing to obtain such licen.se, shall
apply for the same by petitiou setting
torth that he is a druggist, apothecary or
physician iu the county where such a;-
plication is made the place where he-sells
drugsjand mcdciuesorrcylmly p'tices
medicine that he desires Jtt keep aad
sellircfi liquors only foiVinedrciiial. clieiu
ical or mechanical pttpose4 that Jie will
not knowingly keep or sell such liquors
otherwise, nor in greater quantities than
as by this act allowed, and that he will
well,' truly and faithfully keep and ob
serve the provisions of this act so tar as
tlie same are applicable to him ; such pe
tioncr shall subscribe and swear to his
.petition, and the same shall, be tiled
and preserved among the papers and re
cords of the county commissioners before
whom it shall be presented. But no
druggist, apothecary or physician shall
oe license to sell any ot the, spirituous or
malt liquors herein mentioned, until he
has executed jind given to the Board of
Commissioners of the-county whereirr-thc
liquors are proposed - to-be sold, a bond
with good and sufficient security', to be
duly justified in a-sum of not less than
live huudrc,d dollars and not more than
live thousand dollars, conditioned iha.i?
will fatfifully comply iirf pqrfni nit
ail the requirements awl" ebtiditiomt of
this act. The said bond shall be record
ed and tiled as in cases of official bonds
and -whenever! the said commissioners
shall, have renfson tP behave tht tlie par
ty so licensed has .yiyhited uy. of .said,
couditious or roniisea they may put the
same iu suit am) prosecute, to! jadgtpent
aud in addition "thereto.-" tfiey may f for
good cause revoke said license, first giv
ing to the holder- thereof at leasvt two
days notice: of th tline -'Iie-a"nt&Uon-fO'
revoke will be -made-.." --rJ ? r
Skc. 4. A driTggist, 'apojhedlryor 'pfiy
siciau having a l.enserto'lceep afro sVli
such spirituous liquors hi liy thls act pro
vided, shall not sell tlfe-saine to any per
son, at one time, a greater ohantitv than
one gallon, uor iu any quantity,; 'unless.
person applying to parchasotlte saine
shall present and deliver the certiacate
of a sober and respectable practicing pliv
sicianTnot a J icensd, -dealer uuder this
act, given upon .his hpnor, "to tLe4effeet
are iu fact required for medical purposes)
or a iko certiljcato o(f sojber, . respecta?
ble chemist or artist, thati 8uehpiritu
ous liquors arc-required in factfiirwhcni
cal purposes -; or a-' like certificate of -a
soU-r, respectable mcchlfnic thut -finch
spirituous liquors so ren aired are in t.n-t
reqliired for mechauical purposes ; and if!
uir posidan, cnemift, artist or mechan
ic shall make any certificate falsely stat
ing or suggesting the purpose for which
such spirituous -liquors specified by him
:lte xcquireu every such nhvsitian. riw-m-
1 a ...
or mechanic irfakiuir ne.h t
certilicate, shall be deemed guilty of a
luitoueiueauor, nud upon con ictiwn in
auy court of record having jtuisdicliou
thereof, .shall be lined not less than one
hundred uor more than five hundred dol
lars, and may, iu the discretion of tlie
court, he imprisoned.
Sec. 5. Every drnggist4 npothcarv or
physician, who shall have n license to Bell
such spirituous liqimjas presided foj in
this act, aud sh.-jll ylolat0:hyf pii)visions
of the Sinn., iif , any 4pcr,- diteetlj- or
indirectly, or by any shift or subterfuge
s.mll, for every such violation thereof!
be deemed guilty of a . misdemeanor,, and
upon conviction in any court of record
having jurisdiction shall bo;ihied,Tiot less
than oue hundred dollars, nor more than
live hundred dollars, aud" bo imprisoned
in the discretion ot the coiwtj and more
over shall forfeit his -said jievnse to be
cancelled by the court ; and if anv clerk
or employee of such droggist; apotJiceary
r physician shall in any way violate the
proyisions-of ihiajactnder pretense of
selliug such spirituous liquors furkfevm
plover orothei vvise, he shall Tor even"
such ofleuse be deemed guility of a mis
demeanor, aud upon conviction in any
court of record having-jurisdiction shall
LeOnednot len.s than fifty dollars nor
more than ono hundred dollars, and be
imprisoned at the discretion of the court
EC. G. That this net k!i.i11 i, , ....
lorce nor eftei t until the first dav of Oc
tolei. A. ; and ou and after that
day it shall har full force aud effect.
Skc. 7. Thft aii lehctiou shall be held
ly the quHliCvdjectoixh, the State on
the nrst lhiirsdav in Atirrn&f- ..
: the sense of the electors ot this State un-
on the qnetiou of prohibition, those de
idnnjr prohibition shall vote written or
iiriiittfl J-ickefr wjlji'tlie irordrt:.Fr Prtw
liildtiim" ti i) tlio.f opponent io- prolii-
luf.rrififll "Virte written f printed
"fm"'"uV J r,:0,u
der the same rules and rerulutiou,,-aud
the return to be made as are iiow'. pni
vided by law ftr th election of Judges of
the Snperito- Court, and the Board of
Cqjinfr, JCmnis!si oners of the sjjveral
conn ties, of l(e State shall iu tlie niauner
therein prescribeil njpoinfregistrars and
judges of Raid election Provided That
if t the said election a .majority of the
prosecuted or pu
prosecutea or puiiKsiieu tor any violation
of this act. Ami it is further provided,
That -upon the counting of the ballots as
aforesaid f he Governor of the State shall
iss'qe his: proclamatiou declaring ;the ro
solt theiWf. " " .
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i ALLOOOK'S POROUS PLASTER
i A Curative Host in Itself.
I 1 hirty year's jitrience ha firmly rooted
A iicoLiv's 1'uruuH t'l-.tsier in public eVliniation.
I Their woudtrful uiljuliiny tu the various
nyoiloim ut disease is i io;irv;l lu uieiiicat men
j( all ftcliooU. Fur nervous persons and lunu
tii'9, one or niurj applied to Hie spine produc
ed s eep when opiules, even hydrateof chloral,
had been of littl j servire. iSow, when one can
not sleep, iu ia t eco umou practice to apply
a Fluster to the back. You scarcely touch the
pillow before you are sound asleep.
Alleocks iJorous Pln.Mers hav ihe curative
efi'et-oi the Spanish fly blisters, yet make no
sore, and never aUect tho kidney ; are conveni
ent for all aes and conditions, usually only
producing a "blush" on iheskin, and more cer
tainly curmive than liniments or blisters, and
without prostration or paimjf Hie latter.
This is true eveu in Croup, Quinsy, l'ieurisy,
Lung and Throat Affections, and the Uliiily wf
this sanii try invention has been warmly vrel
co.ue l. i'jiey are largely oll iu every part of
the wcr!d, an.i it is Ulievtd that not lers tbD
five 'hundred thousand persons are well, and
attending to the duties of life, free Irom paini,
who have an Allcock's Porous Plaster some
whereabout thein, and who, but for the said
plaster, would be prostrate upon a bed 'of ago
ny. Beni'lcs, a jKcaliur pinv. vleasanl odor. halo.
r nimnkr. f. rrhnh fmt A, ih
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the body, iinpen-eptible to the eve, but which
envelops the person in a cloud of thin vapor,
through which contagion cannot penetrate. In
fact, Allcock's Piasters supply an atmosphere
like that froai balsam orpine woods, and no
doubt attract ozone. When contagion or infret
i u.s (liaatext are about, they should be worn on the
! chct or back a preventives.
THE AUCQCK'3 POROUS PLASTER
! p3t!l" pant, reanimates torpid limbs, set-ins,
j in many cases, to revive the powers of life.
i The great demand proves them to be used as
j s iiversjl remedy. They are convenient of ap-
liriKil.:UIf iniarious etfia.
Dr. V aletitine .Mott, Dr. Johnson, of Hart
ford, and Dr. Myers, ol Savannah, have fpoken
of them in tlie highest terms. The great Molt
said : "They were all that could be hoped for
in a plaster, simple, cleanly and adhesive;
perfect as artificial supporters of the muscles;
and for oains. boc:iiise of their conntr.!rr!int
qualities, usually at once giving ease." Wal
weaknesa of the back, breast and side, alway.s J
oeneniea, iiiih caring; lumoago to a lew uoun,
I sometime in a few minuter.
In serioiH heart and chest h flections their
nse caiue an absorption or evaporation of wa
ter, by which dropsy of the heart and hydro
( iliorax have undoubtedly been cured.
They appear to have a peculiar effect upon
the nervotix, -allaying irritability while "upply
in; warmth. They eem to accmulate elec-
i tricity, and aid the circulation of the blood
;hrou8h the part where applied, by which
he ilthy actions are induced
The Porous Plaster are flexible-, and found
or pains in the aide. Especially are they val-
uaoie 10 loose who nave neglected colds. Th-v
are often preventive of conMimiption : mr i
they are believed to have loosened the grapof
this terrible affliction, and had been mainly!
instrumental in effecting a cure. In variable
climates they should be worn on the breast or I
oeiween iue snouioem, or over toe kidneyn, br
thoe who are subject to take cold easilv. Thi'n I
i simple plan win noon province conatitntional
. . .i, .. .
vigor tiiat will enable one lo remxt extraordi-
nary change of temperature. Experience ha
proved tlie Porous Planter to b a ble-aing to
, the con.um.prif elj inclined, invariably prodnc-
ing the mont remarkable abatement of the
worst symi torn.
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wtij tor lorum 14V.-.T ueaaacnes Jaunaice-
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lu the Uio-t pleasant and proriablo business '
known. Everything i.ew. Capital not re
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a day and umrarda Is easilv made witimut Ktvinir.
away from home over iiight. Xo risk whatever.
Many new workers wanted at once. Vant ..r. m.i :
king fortun at the bU!-inei. Ladles make a.smuch '
as men, and younyr boys and girls make creat pay-!
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English, Clasrica!, Mathematical, School,
This School, eituuted four inilcK North
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August. and continue 40 wetk.- with a
short vacation at Chriftmas. During the last
achola.tic year 08 pu pi la were enrolled. I.-oard
can be had in fain i! its at reasonable price,'
Alfo, ample facilities far young men who wiidi
to hoard theinselve. The manner of teaching
is thorough and practical, by recitations and i
lectures. There is also a frool
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school rarents who -wish tu:.
children a good practical education, or prepare
them lor College or Seminary, will do well to
end them here. For further information ad
dress REV.U.M. BROWtf,
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Outnt famished free, with t utl Instructions
ror conducUng the most profitable business
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ingto work. WoWnaVaasur
j H1 Susl,0v" on hundred doUa1 inTKrle
aita iriria can earn iarcr Kiim m-,..- . - .
which they are able to maie monTr" tuE
n i :l Lt rnrtnAt- a.' . 1
gage Lq this business during yoir splrV time at I2t
4 ii':fy Tbce & Co., AuffUMa, Maine.
tortus tor sale at the
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sheriffs, constables, agents, &c arc-s'n5-'"
certainly great ininstice to nu',..TNu
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fctlve etfuct upoa tlia sexual and nnoui
tiona wracknd from nelf-aJ.us tad ei,-II SM
health aad found mernon', recioTinth? t5?
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Aversion to Society, ets. e.Ind p4J22S
of prematura old RsD urotl!y accomtni?? '
trouble, mod rortortn perfect Sexft2gK U
It has been dormant for years. I hiTcinIlT" -meat
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cribod In these troubleMEBtJ, as many canh, 5?
pes. to. with but little if any nernianeatBSod66 '
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it h.-f been lawBeraliiwo hatbodTrf S
raonisJii to its valne, and ith now coiinSiaVS!!' '!
Medical Pro'e; icn. to lh Boat Sttoi?d1Si2
dieoovercd of reaching an iciirmthiserin!
twaMn, that .a wlt kaown to be 7i L, nZZ "
their ax: ess nwtraran and big feeiTh- EZte
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to lt a months S3 ; No. 2. inumde nt tc TiawuSS .
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