The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18??, January 22, 1875, Image 7

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The Mountain Meadow Slaughter.
The arrest of Bishop Dame, oi the
Mormon Church, in Southern Utah, for
alleged complicity in the massacre at
Mountain Meadow in 1857, will revive a
feneral interest in that terrible trage
y. The thought of it carries the mind
back to those days before the comple
tion of the Pacific railroad, which al
ready seems a generation distant, when
travel across the continent was only by
slow emigrant trains which crept along
the prairies and through the sage brash
with weary end sluggish march. In
Utah, too, affairs were very different
from their present situation. The
Mormons had mit all their own! way.
Brigham Young, the head of the Mor
mon Church," was the Territorial Gov
ernor. Just "previous to the occasion
of the massacre, however, he had been
superseded, though still in possession
of the office ;.and his legal successor,
Governor Camrnings, withjather newly
appointed Territorial officers,' were on
their way to Salt Lake City, under the
escort of General Harney and his
troops. The Supersession of Brigham
Young by a Gentile" Governor, and
the assertion of Federal authority over
the Mormons even in the wilderness to
which they had fled, filled the Mormon
people with wrath. They were ripe for
a deed of blood, and the opportunity
was at hand, as it almost always is. .-
The emigrant train' which met with
such a tragic fate at Mountain Meadow
was on its way through Utah to South
ern California.; It consisted originally
of two parti efywhich, had joined forces
for the Saks -of mutual protection
against the Indians. One party was
made up of. Missourians; the other
consisted mainly of families', including
many women, and children, and was
from Arkansas.;
That', train was encamped, about the
middle of September, in the Mountain
Meadow, when they were attacked, as
the Mormons laim, by Indians alone.
The Gentile story has been, however,
that in the attacking party were many
Mormons disguised as Indians. The
emigrants made a circle of their wag
ons, and within this extempore fortifi
cation defended themselves , as well as
they eould, for four days. . : On the
fourth day a white flag, borne by white
men, Approached their camp. The
leader was one John D. Lee, an Elder
in the Mormon Church, a Major in the
Mormon militia, and one of Brighaxn's
Indian. Agents. - By his advice vhe emi
grant yielded up their arms and agreed
to go with him to the nearest settle
ment for safety. It is said that the
women and children went in advance,
the men behind, guarded by "lit-'r. ;
and that, but a little ways from camp.
the signal was given by Lee, the Mor
mons shot down the men, the Indians
slaughtered the women and youth, and
only seventeen children ox tender years
were saved. . ,m ,' .. - -
Su is tne story of the massacre, as
it has come out in fragmentary details
- at different times. The remoteness of
the spot, the completeness of the mas
s acre, vmcn sparea nc mature person.
the absence of any officers competent
and willing to investigate the case the
mormon, mciais oi course ignored it
the absence even of any public senti
ment on the ground to demand invest!
gation,""ehabled the participants in the
massacre, and those who dictated it. to
hush it up. ""- But there is no doubt
of the substantial truth of the story.
" -' " " Vino ilaMl. will -f.a
Though -all the earth prevent them, to man a eyes."
and now, after 'the lapse of more than
seventeen years, justice is bestirring
herself,-and there is a chance that
some of the murderers of Mountain
Meadow may at last meet their deserts.
Lee, who fed to the New Mexico bor
der after the -tragedy, and who has
since lived almost out of civilization.
marrying however, eighteen wives and
begetting fifty-four children, has been
arrested and now says he is tired of
being made a scapegoat, and will make
some startling revelations. It may be
upon sdme information given, by him
that Bishop Dame was arrested and
brought to Salt Lake City. At all
events 'Lee s story, when he tells it.
will be of absorbing interest, and if it
implicates Brigham Young, as it is more
than intimated . that it will, we shall
have some very .exciting times in Utah.
-Detroit ,Tiibvna.
TftgHome of Aivin Adams.
An hour's ride from Boston will bring
the stranger to the home of Alvin
Adams.-ithe founder of "Adams' Ex
press, "t Watertowa. This is one of
the most attractive mansions in the
State, if not in the whole country, with
its anapljj grpurids, richly-embellished
walls fl&d voluminous .libraries. . As-,
sending by a charming avenue 'u Out
through a beautiful lawn, we gain the
front entrance, and! find ourselves in the
main haH? ornamented with ponderous
nurrorsfragraht. bowers and elegant
bronze statuary, jjiich are but the pre
lude to 'richer displays. y Ascending the
broad stsffway, ja visitor finds himself
in the large picture gallery, ornamented
with master productions of famous art
ists. N-thing can excel this gallery,
either fes choiceness of .selection, or
harmony "W tastiness of arrangement.
There arfl 200,000 worth of pictures in
this apartment. !3?rom the floor to the
eiiirtg the walls are covered with soul
stirring representations of , nature and
of man, from the brush oi : such artists
-as Bierstadt,Landeerand others. Con
nected with Mr. Adams', residence is
The Tower," which affords a magnifi
cent bird's-eye view of the place and its
surrounding, an$;Jhe Charles river, re
minding one of the Rhine .or the home
of some Roman fiobleMnn. ;-.
A Cool BaUwa Ttorter. : V
An English paper says :. " A remark
sble example of psesenoe of - mind in a
railway porter ia afforded by ah incident
which occurred as the down train from
Perth to Aberdeen was leaving Guthrie
station. A newifepy who accompanied
this train while in "the act of stepping
into a carriage Bij&8ed hie footing, and
fell down bet weeae platform and the
wheels of the carriages- . As the train
-was by this time-in motion, ny attempt
t.tiA rart of the boy to CBt up would
have infallibly resulted, in his instant
death. Nine pereotis out of ten wit
nessing this accieMat would have turned
pale, and either g&rieked out at the top
of their voices advice of various Jonas,
m nmained wwa-gtrack and motionless.
abidine the issue. Fortunately, howev
er on A ni the station porters was mas-
4i- f tv mnmflnt and of the situation,
and, rushing forward- lay down on the
platform; then seizing the. boy 'with his
hands, held him flat on $he ground .tall
all the footboards of. ;the-train-had
passed over him and the , danger had
leased. This combination of coolness
and common-sense is an acquisition
that may well be envied by many P
on who, notwithstandmgttiie'v-gifts
f an elaborate education, is less lit to
battle with the difficulties ad emergen
cies of life than the "humble station
porter at Guthrie, who thus saved the
newsboy from a horrible death."
Current Paragraphs.
A sweet article for the toilet A hon
eycomb. " . '; ' '
The acrobats of every household the
pitcher and tumbler. ' (
Ha is an illiterate man who spells
"wife" simply "yf."
Who always comes to a ball after
midnight? One A. M.
.Vermont tworxwea to make drunken
ness a legal ground for divorce. -
There is nothing in phrenology after
alL The greatest rivers have smau
heads. ..
Fbsh cows in New York, for best, are
from 80 to $130. An inferior quality
are $50 to 80.
The be was once an old lady who
kissed a cow, though lots of young la
dies kiss calves.
Now is your chance, ladies. Isabella
of Spain is going to sell her diamonds
$2,500,000 worth of them. , , ; , .
The tax on does in Massachusetts is
two dollars per male and five dollars for
a female. The tax goes to the sheep
fund. ,
Txtb Wisconsin Grangers have already
forty-one operative associations ' for
selling goods ana manuiacturmg, ana
twenty-nine insurance companies.
Mbs. J. W. GujBert, of Hartford, is
going to play a correspondence game of
chess with Miss Budge, of England,
reputed to be the best lady player in
Europe. , .
Nobody requires a larger stock of
Christian . amiability and ; f orbearaace
than the young man who keeps matches
in his room where the other boarders
can get at em. -'-' .
Nisra million horses in the United
States, value $660,000,000. France has
3,663,000, Austria 3,100,000, England
u,666,uuu, Uermanya.oOU.000, Jfrussia
ji.buu.uuo, Turkey 1,100,000.
jrooB juarv juamD once wrote to a
friend: "I have known many singlo
men I should have liked in my life (if I
had suited them) for . a husband, but
very few husbands have I ever wished
were mine.
A writer on organ-grinders says that
as a rule it is always the poorer classes
wno give to tne street musicians, i er
haps their acquaintance with the errind-
ing effects of poverty has a tendency to
mase tnem ma.
Thb proprietor of an extensive mail
route in the Southwest, where the
grasshoppers have destroyed nearly ev
erything, except wheat, writes that he
has contracted for 10.000 bushels of
wheat, at 50 cents per bushel, to feed
nis horses.
. Young .Virginia is going to school at
all events. Dr. Buffner, superintend
ent, reports 173,875 enrolled pupils in
tne public schools 121,7857 white, 52,
086 colored. , The percentage of gain
is much larger among the blacks than
the whites.
.- A weekly paper in Illinois describes
the editor of the other paper as "a
blear-eyed hitching-post, a goat-faced
gunny-sack, a wart-eared bung-hole for
a cider-barrel, and a plaster-cast for the
poop-deck on a canal-boat." There
must have been a dearth of society news
that week.
, - The oldest tailor in the world has
just died in Paris. He was. 109 years
of age. He was called Father - Fipps.
He began his trade at 9 years of age,
and continued at.it till his 100th year.
He worked for ninety-one years ! Three
months ago he made a pair of pantaloons
for his youngest great-great-grandchild.
It took him a fortnight. "And to
think," he said," that once upon a time
I could make a pair in half a day ! "
New York Mail. T ,
" Thb Republican party has had an un
interrupted majority in Congress for
nearly sixteen years. The following
table shows the status of parties in the
House of Representatives, and the Re
publican majority in each Congress of
that period :
Rrn
Rep.
36th Congresa elected In 1858 119
37th CoiiKresa elected in 1860 116
38th Congresa elected In 1862 103
39th Congresa elected in 1864 145
40th Congress elected in 1866 176
41st Coukkms elected in 1868 ..171-
42d Cod Kress elected in 1870 140
43d ConKreea elected in 1873 199
Dem. Maj.
118 1
61 55
80 23
47 98
49 127
72 99
103 37
93 105
A curious instance of tne inutility of
certain railroads to shippers, and one
of the incentives which the Western
grangers have in . their conflicts with
railroad corporations, - is the fact that
merchandise can be shipped from St.
Louis to New York City by rail, thence
to San Francisco via the Isthmus by
earn fheapet? than from that city by
rail. Thus freight is carried twice the
distance, and yet eighty cents per hun
dred pounds in freight charges is saved.
The Union' Pacific Railway Company
has been for a long time endeavoring to.
make a compromise with the ' Pacific
Mail whereby competition might be
ended, but thus far with no result. .
' The Department of Agriculture at
Washington has collected the hog star
tdstieff for 1874; and it seems that Iowa
is the banner State, having nearly three
nundred thousand, more nogs tnan any
other Btate. ' The- following are the
ngures ; . -
' 174.
1,420,900
334,000
'3,008,000.'
3,017,400
: 510,800
3,493,700 ,
3,409,700
618,800
301,200
' 8,693,700 ,'
3,603,300 ;
' 484,600
' 128,500
448,600
171,200
1873.
1,596,600
351,600
. 3,173,700
3,227,000
512,500
2,675,700
3,706,300
, ; 658,400
208,600
3,87,700
.3,656,500
r 7,2uo
121,300
427,300
163,300
Ceom
West Virginia :
Kentucky. ... .. .
Ohio......i......
Michigan. ,.l
Indiana,
'isconaini ... ....
Minneaoto..:.,.,,, .
lOWa. .,a.......a k..(. . . .
Missouri. . . .'. . . ... ... .....
Kansas. . . ....... . .. ..... .
Nebraska...,..,..
California.......
Oregon.....,,.,..-
Total....... .....
Decrease.... ....
a0,647,0
21,783,700
, ; I Value of Jute for Fabrics.
The pjaoejwhich jule now occupies
among raw materials wrought, into use;
fulrticles,in Great Britain,' may be
inferred from thtf fact that the Ouantitv
annually imported nearly equals that of
flax. ' atis 'usea-nos-onry lor tne pro
duction of various kinds of coarse tex
tice fabrics, but also for hats, paper,
carpets, and to a very great extent for
women's chignons. . According to Dr.
Hedges, the difficulties hitherto exper
ienced in bleaching . jute ; may . be re
moved, ' by pasting .' the raw material
successively through baths of alkaline
solutions and of hypochlorite of mag
nesia and soda.' In practice jute may
be. distinguished from ' hemp by its
striking a deep golden, yellow with ani
line sulphate." ; " ":' I '. " jia' V" X-
Thb teachers of Chicago hate now
for two vears: under a voluntary agree
ment, dispensed with the use of the rod
in school, and Superintendent -Pickard
claims the following results : 1. Order
as good aa-ever before., aObedience
is prompt and cheerful. - 3. Malicious-.
nesslees thaBey'dr before. ' 4. Suspen-
sidns for misconduct are only about one'
half what they have been in the best of
former years. .
Fatal Forest Fight Found Dead.
The particulars of a terrible tragedy
have just reached us from Rice lake, by
which a woodsman quite well known in
this city and Wausau, as well as to the
settlers further north, lost his life. The
woodsman alluded to is Fred Duffy. He
accompanied . Wm. Johnson last sum
mer to Tomahawk lake, and from there
to Lao de 'Flambeau, and after return
ing, went 'back to Rioe lake, near the
head waters of the Wolf, where he
makes his home with an Indian trader.
A short time ago Duffy had a slight al
tercation with one of, the Indians, but
the difficulty appeared to be of a trivial
nature, and little was thought of it by
iaineuuB 01 euner. A lew days alter
the difficulty, however, Duffy and the
Indian were missed. Several days
passed by, but they did not return.
That both of the parties to the difficulty
snouia simultaneously disappear was
considered a sintralar coincidence, but
not until an entire week had elapsed
did the friends of Duffy become suffi
ciently alarmed to institute a search.
At this time .vague suspicions of foul
play began to flit acrose the imagina
tion of his friends, and finally it was re
solved to" look for him : in the woods.
For this purpose a party started out,
but their search was of short duration.
The mysterious disappearance was soon
solved. In the woods, a short distance
from the settlement, they found the
bodies of both Duffy and the Indian
lying stiff . and cold in death. . Duffy
had one deep stab in his back and two
in his left breast, while all the mark of
violence that could be found on the In
dian was a deep indenture in the left
breast, over the heart. . How these two
men happened to meet in fatal combat,
surrounded only by the forest, is of
course; a matter of conjecture only.
All that is positively known is that the
had a personal difficulty, that both
soon afterward disappeared, and that
their bodies were found , as above
stated. The theory, however, is that
the Indian stole stealthily up on Daffy,
inflicted a severe wound in his back.
and, as he turned around, dealt him two
blows m the breast. .Duffy was a pow
erful man, with the arm of a vulcan,
and it is thought that when he found
himself attacked, he turned upon his
antagonist, &n stri&ing out with tne
strength begot of desperation, he dealt
him a fatal blow, as above indicated.
Both men mnst have gone down to
gether, as the body of Duffy was found
lying partially ooross tnat 01 tne In
dian. Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal.
Feeding a Tapeworm.
" Hafe you got some of dot kind of
oysters f what hafe been shpiled ? "
" Spiled oysters ! Yes we have a few
cans left over from last week that I
think will fit you. " How you solt 'em
a dozen?" " O, 111 sell 'em right;
you may have all you want for a
nickel." " Veil, den, mine good frent,
vill you be so kind to .pring me four
dozen ion dot damages lot t " Tne
oysters were brought, and the customer
put them quietly down into the pit of
his stomach, and, having finished the
job, he said to the restaurateur : "Now,
my very kind frent, you have got some
good oysters, aind it ? " " Your mighty
right I have." "Veil, I takes a hail a
dozen raw, und some pickles." These
were in turn served and quickly put
down on top of those gone before. But
the restaurateur was troubled, and,
when the patron came to settle the bill,'
said to" him: "Look here, ' par d, I
don't like to be too inquisitive, but
blowed ef I wouldn't like ter know why
you have took a fancy to so many
spiled oysters and so few good ones ?
"Veil," replied the man, ."you have
peen a goot frient to me and so I told
you someting. You see, it vas dis way.
Now, I hafe got a tape-worm, my kint
frent, you understant ; und efry time
dot is de way I hafe to do. You see,
dot last half a dozen, dem vas for me
myaelf ; but dot damaget lot, dem vas
for de tapeworm. You know dot I ain't
dot kind of a Commodore Vanderpilt
f what I can afford it to preak up mine
whole peesiness to feed a tarn tape
worm on goot oysters. " John Glades'
Scrap-Book. t. ,
The Hebrews In America.
At the consecration of the new Jewish
temple at Macon, Ga., last week, Bev.
ur. J-iiiientnai, or Cincinnati, gave a
glowing account of the prosperity of
the Hebrews in this country. We quote
the passage : "Very small, indeed, was
their beginning. J5ut looK at them
now r Liook at their numbers : more
than a ' quarter of a 'million in the
United States ; look at their costly
temples which everywhere rank among
the grand ornaments of the cities;
look at the sublime temples of
divine 'worship ;i introduced- every
where : so sublime that even the
stranger who "visits them respect
fully exclaims : This is ' none but
a house of llod, and here, too, we find
the . gates of heaven !' And what so
grandly has been accomplished in the
sua&z, .worm ana west, is now going to
be consummated in the blessed, beloved
Southwest, too.' . In New Orleans stands
a temple, a credit to our brethren an
ornament to- the Queen City of the
Gulf. In Yicksburg and ' Natchez I
myself have consecrated, amid the sin'
cere interest of tne jnri8tian com
munity, some splendid temples. ' In
Nashville they have but lately laid the
corner-stone of -such' an ; edifice ; in
Memphis they are maturing the plans
for erecting a splendid house for divine
worship;' and now I am standing in
your growing Place oi iuacon. on tne
soil of the gigantic and beautiful State
of Georgia, to consecrate thia temple ;
and not only we .Israelii es, but our
Christian brethren . and fellow-citizens,
are rejoicing with us. " i
' Western Etiquette.
i A Yankee out West,, who recently
wrote home to his mo'jier . that he had
seen a live Hoosier ias sent her home
another epistle, on Western etiquette,
Here it is : " Western people go to their
death on etiquette." Yon can't tell a
man here that he lies, as you Can down
East, without fighting. A few days ago
a man was telling two of nis neighbors,
m my hearing, a pretty large storv.
Says I. Stranger, that s a, whopper.'
Says he, Lay there, stranger,' and in a
twinkle of . an eye I found myself in a
ditch, a perfect quadruped, the t worse
for wear and tear. , Upon another occa
sion, says I to a man I never saw before,
as a woman passed him. That isn't a
specimen of your Western ' women, is
it Y ' Say 8 ; he, You are afraid of the
fever and acme, stranger, aren't you ?'
Very much, says 17 Well,' replied
he. 'that lad v is my wife, and if von
don't apologize in two minutes, by the
honor of a gentleman, I swear that these
two pistols '-which he held in his
hands' shall cure you of the disorder
entirely i bo don't fear.; stranger.' Sa I
knelt down i and .apologized. I admire
the country much, but darn me if I can
stand so xnnch etiquette; it always
takes me unawares." :
A FiGHTEiQ-Doa A West pointer.
Eveby wise business man shapes his
business so as to make it conform to
fha i iv-n instances by which hn ia mir-
rounded. Believing this, the Sherman
House, at Chicago, has reduced its
rates an act that should be appreciated
by the traveling pupiic.
Thk Latest Triumph of Temperance.
We congratulate the temperance
world on the success everywhere at
tending the use of Vinegab Bittkbs.
Certainly no preparation containing
alcohol has accomplished such cures of
malarious fever, biliousness, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lung complaints, :, consti
pation and general debility, as we hear
of from all quarters as. the results of
this famous vegetable specific. No
true philanthropist will regret to see
spirituous liquors eipciieu irom medi
cal use, if they can be safely dispensed
with ; and that they are not necessary
in any case of sickness, whatever its
character, appears at last to have been
demonstrated. If public opinion is
capable of making any impression upon
the minds of the faculty, they will ere
long introduce the. most popular . of
modern medicines into the hospitals,
and prescribe it in their practice. The
millions have given the article a fair
trial ; it has more than answered their
expectations, and no theoretical oppo
sition can shake their faith in it. 13
The agricultural population of the
United States, according to Hon. Sam
uel B. Buggies, of New York, a most
laborious statistician, was, in 1870, 5,
922,471, and the property held by this
class is valued at $11,124,558,747, show
ing an average value of $1,878 per
head, yielding an annual net income of
$360. The ten interior States north of
the Ohio river, and on the upper lakes
and upper Mississippi and Missouri,
produced in the year 1870, 812,151,92c
bushels of gram, weighing over 21,000,
000 tons.
A Walking Advertisement.
Limestone Springs, S. O.
Dr. B. V. Ph-bce, Buffalo, N. Y. :
Dkab Sir : I am a walking advertisement
for your Golden Medical Discovery, Purgative
reliefs ana ur. sage s uat&rrn itemeay, tney
having cured me of Catarrh of nine years'
standing, which was bo bad that it disfigured
my nose, and, while caring it, your medicines
also cored me of Asthma in its worst and most
aggravated form. Before using your medi
cines I had become reduced in flesh from one
hundred and fifty-five to one hundred and
fifteen pounds, and I now weigh one hundred
and sixty-two pounds, and am in better health
than I have enjoyed for twenty years.
Yours truly, J. I. LUMSDEN.
The above is but a fair sample of hundreds
of letters which are received by Dr. Fierce,
and in the face of such evidence, who can
longer doubt that the Doctor's medicines cure
the worst cases of Chronic Catarrh ?
TBX GREAT FAVORITE WITH THE LADIES.
Wm. Forsyth Bynum A Son, druggists, of
Live Oak, Fla., write, Bept. 16, 1874, as fol
lows: "Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.:
Your Golden Medical Discovery and Purga
tive f eiiets sen very largely ana give corn
Diets satisfaction, aa numbers of our custom
ers and friends testify with pleasure. Your
Favorite Prescription is, indeed, the great
favorite with the ladies, and numbers can say
with joy that it has saved them from eking
out a miserable life or meeting with prema
ture death, and restored them to health and
happineea."
lhoueands or women Mesa the day on
which Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription was
first made known to them. A single bottle
often gives delicate and suffering women
more relief than months of treatment from
their family physician. In all those derange
ments causing back-ache, dragging down sen
sations, nervous ana general aenuity, it is a
sovereign remedy. Its soothing and healing
Soperties render it of the utmost value to Uv
ea Buffering from internal fever, congestion,
inflammation or ulceration, and its strength
ening effects tend to correct displacements of
internal parts, the result of weakness of nat
ural supports. It is sold by all druggists.
Da. Pierce's pamphlet on Diseases peculiar
to Women will be sent to any address on re
ceipt of two stamps. Address as above.
Seed-House of David Landreth & Son.
It is pleasant to note the flourishing fall
trad doing by this long-established .firm, in
the midst of dull times. In tho prevalent
stagnation, enterprise has the field almost
without competitors. Bo determined are the
Landreths to secure, aa usual, a large share of
the appro achingyear's business, that they have
now nine of the fast steam presses of McCcUla
" Mural Register " got 1875. Thishaanever be
fore occurred in the history of their house.
The " Mural Register" is furnished without
charge to all who use Landreth s seeds and
who do not t Philadelphia Commercial List.
Whitney's Musical Guest . The December
number of this capital musical monthly.
which will be issued from the press early the
coming week, contains muck that will be of
unusual interest to musical people throughout
tne wnoie country ana especially in tne west.
Tbe Quest promises several new and attract
ive features for the coming year, and presents
a revised premium list which contains extraor
dinary inducements to accents to extend its
circulation. Send ten cents to W. W. Warr-
wt, Toledo, O., for a specimen copy.
Safe, Permajtent and Complete !
Vf ilhoft's Tonio cures Chills and Fever, Dumb
G lulls and Bilious Fevers those Titans that
kill their thousands where this remedy is un
known. It cures Enlartremsnt of the Spleen.
It cures Hypertrophy of the Liver. It hurts
no one. It cures all types of Malarial Fevers
and is perfectly protective in all its enects.
Try Wilhof t's Tonic, the great infallible Chill
Cure, w heelock, imiLAV & Uo., proprietors.
INew urieans. j; or sale oy an aruggiacs.
Now is the time to buv presents for
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Ir,J. Walker's California Via- -egar
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gaged in Paints, and Minerals, such as
numbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Itinera, aa they advance in lifa, are subject
to paralysis, of the Bowels. To runni
against this, take a dose of Walker's Vis-
egar Bitters occasionally.
J! or Kin lliseases. Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Rhennv Blotches, Spit, Pimples
r-usiuies, lions, uarbuncies, lung-wuinii
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Eryiiippiaa. Itcl
Scurfs, Qiscolorations of the Skin, Huinxrv
and XJisea8e8 or the Skm or wbntcver nanu
or nature, are literally dug up and. earriet
out of the system in a short time by hq uso
of these Bitters. " " ' - : - '
Pin Tape, and other Warm,
lnrkinir in the system of s.o many thotwahrts.
are efiectnally destroyed and removed. No
system oi mcaiciue, ne vvraiuuges, no au
thelminitieg will free the system Irom worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, m ydanz
or old, married or sirsgle; at the dawn of Wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonio
Bitters display so decided an influence tnax
improvement ia soon perceptible..
Cleanse the vitiated lilood when
ever yon find its imparities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed And
sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it i
foul; your feelings will tetfyon when. Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the 8yntem
will follow. !,,-.
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. and oor. of Washington nd Charlton St.. J. V.
Sold ky rn.ll Urmsfsriatm KMl T-" ' - .
rer 1,600 papera, eeparated into eeyen
lone. er eeparate ne ano , rortof dTrti1n,
to seven euixltri.
address 8. P. BJJIJSOJtN, )U Monroe 8k. Ch cago.
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free, oomaltJnK Tain
he who sTe "marrtad or '?P??Z
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loot mspmrfvem ; alas the seat Utohu tmm 1st v.ras
wmww. rn ro, gn him.
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