To the Suffemng. - Au old retired physician, who is candiel enough to teil the truth about progresa, ha declared that the recent discovery by Db. Walker, of California, of hia horb remedy, Vineoab Bitters, is one of the most important in medicine. He lias tested them thoroughly, in his own family, among his friends, and upon hirnscf; and he is driven to the conclusión that they possess rare and uncxcelled curative properties. He says of them ; "They contain no daugerous drug. They liever reduce the patiënt- neyer render one hable to take cold - never interfere rith the every-day business of life never make tlicir )ntinuous uso a condition of cure, and aro adiiptcd to eyeh the most delicate organization. They act as kindly on the tender infuut, the delicate female, or inflrm old age, as on the vigorous and athletic system ; exercising hoalthful efltectó upon every l)lood-vossel- on the bisain, ñervos and rrmphatioft- on the Bloöd, Bile, Gastric .f uii-e, etc, enriching impovorished fluids, and imparting vigor to mind and body." 24 The Industrial Aub, of Chicago, is the ablest paper now published in the j interest of the Grango and other labor organizafcions. lts eontente are fresh, entertaining, and original, and it grows mora interostiiig every woek. It is the . only paper we know of, of first-class ibility, devotcd exelusively to the advocacy Kod advanermc'nt of those pfroat iesus of practíoal importan now gathered beneath tli'! baniior of Eeform, and that eertaüily will destroy all old p.'ivty orgauizations. Laboring men of all ei should givè it a hearty .support. - S ng Lake (Mi-''-) independent. The fine of $5,000 imposed upon the sender of a Bcurrillous postal card in New York the other day ought to serve as a lesson the world over.