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Blondin at the Crystal Palace.
;."TsiettiT .Yenlng this exlwwrdinMj
grams gare priTsle perforasncs on
Short rope in tie terrace dining-roorn of
ine vrysiai raiace. unly the directors and
a few of their immediate friend were ad
mitted, for the performance waa chiefly
undertaken to show the astounding feats
Which Blondin can with ease accomplish
on a tight-rope, and that, therefore, the
tolicitude which is expressed for hii safety
When going throngh simple executions on
the rope across the transept, though cred
itable to the feelings of the general public,
Is really only so much good sympathy
Uirown away. If anything was needed to
convince the public that he can attempt
almost anything on a rope with perfect
impunity, his exhibition yesterday should
let all such fears at rest. His performance
were literally so wonderful that the spec
tators seemed almost to doubt the evidence
f the senses, and to half believe that it
was a kind of illusion and not really what
they saw. The Tope was a short, but very
tight one. stretched over trestles after the
usual manner,some ten or twelve feet from
the ground. On this, in a space of little
more than an hour, Blondin went throngh
all his most difficult feats, dancing in bas
kets (and very large ones they were), on
stilts, in wooden shoes, with and without
his balance pole. To walk on stilts is in
itself a mailer of some difficulty, but to
walk on a rope with them, and turn back
somersaults, alighting en the cord, is some
thing that would have thought a physical
impossibility if Blondon had not done it
yesterday with the most perfect ease, and
almost with perfect indifference. The feats
with a chair, however, seemed to be the
most inexplicable of all. Taking a com
mon four-legged chair, Blondin balanced
its legs cornerwiee on the rope, and seat
ing himself npon it, moved in it from side
to side, as if lounging, stood up on it, climb
ed up over its back, and even edgsTl it by
jerks along the cord, without apparently
the slightest effort at balancing either the
chair or himself. Discarding the pole, he
next appeared as violinist playing the most
rapid tunes while he danced and turned
somersaults backward? and forwards with-
ont missing a note of his music. In like
manner, with a drum which he played with
a vehemence and rapidity equal tohalf a
dozen drummers, he never missed dancing
io time or stopped for a single instant his
deafening tatoo, whethe turningbackwards
or springing high into the air. It was, on
the wnole, the most extraordinary perform
ance of the kind that has ever been witness
ed, and was infinitely more interesting to
general spectators than any merely dan
gerous exhibition on a rope at a great
height from the ground. Timet, J tint 22.
Faihers asd SPaeeows. In St. Pierre's
"Studies of Nature," we read of an incid
ent that occurred in Prussia, or a division
of it. The farmers were much annoyed by
sparrows, and sought to eradicate them by
a kind of poll-tax, the authorities allowing
part of the imposts to be paid in sparrows
heads. They succeeded : but what was the
consequence ? In two seasons they were
obliged to apply to neighbouring counties
for a supply of sparrows, for the crops
were nearly consumed by flights of my
riads of insects, most of which the sparrows
would have destroyed. Bo dangerous is it
to act against the decrees of nature. Pro
vidence is wiser thsn we are.
rfc3U2S AND MEDICINES.
TEELEU & VOGT, - ,
. Whaluuk t JUiail DtSUrt in
Drgs,. Paints, Oils and Tarnishes,
TODO (JLAott. DYl-iiTUFFs, BOTA.H
n iC AND Ki'l.fcCTlO JOI'IOISIM,
. .-UUUC'KKtUS PKITS I'MKRV,
K'lLKT AKTl' Lti.
PireWlnM ud l.Uaora tar Medical Cm,
Diil UiJIHTS' GLASSWARE, Ac
Bo. , boutn-west cor. fun. square.
ajfayPwcriptioni Carefully Prepared. maySS
Kftfk BBLS. REFINED CARBON
UJJ OIL warranted a first raw Burning Oil.
rnce by single barrel luw as th lowest. Hpecial
uacooui to parties uuiuk nve uarrets at one lima.
IL VITRIOL. CAUSTIC. SODA,
SODA ASH anuSALSOUA. Coal Oil aUfinara
soaa makers Dies, call.
nu BENTON BROTHER!.
"PiRCJGS and MEDICINES. THE
j atuntion of PhvAicianaand All persons wishing
run Uiu reliable jneaicmos, u rtwptci 11111 j motisi
ted to my stock, which comprise, a oompiats aseort-
saeni or vrerytnjng pertaining to me
r DEUG TEADE,
and at prioet to tmrare aatlBfactioa to the purc-lvaaLr,
Dental A Surgical Instruments,
of the latent and moei approved pat term, eoid at man
- TCBfDMKHT AKD FA RCT BTIOLK8,
In great Tarietr- Also,
PAINTS, OILS, & DYE STUFFS.
ndaatook of HiJDOKS (as to gnalitr) eecood to
Buoe in maraei.
(jutiry i?b3'sticiauavt particnlarlr inritod to
anamination of iur td-k, attd will find it to their ad-
YmLiMtl fcotavor me with their orders.
ap.-i Q. W. CLARK. 119 Snpftrtor-Bt.
"DENTON BROTHERS, Wholi-
JTl 8ali PECGGiRTg, vtt 8nperior-tH., Cleveland, O.
jsFtWa pM t Whojowilp onlT. ortl
TO l8t RE YOIR
i I - TH THE -
WB)uBgloii Life Ins. Co., of N. T.
'WFor SlftaO Ton have to save every week the
following aum :
At hn age of 64 cent, a week ; at 3b cent ; at
80 icem, at 35 51 cents; at 40 ftl Genu ; at 4
74 cent; at SO 2centa; atiT.-Ji.16; at 6o $1,47.
aWThe Bom paid the first week im not increased
rPromtheN. T. Independent, July 10.
Tho Wafibington Life lneumnce Co. ia worthy of the
same it bean. It has flvedoiLareawetti fur every dol
lar required topruvide tr ailouttttandinR rinks. The
board ot LHrcfUen, coiupri-e to ot the It-ndiog buoineai
&en of the ity, allot wnnm aielwnatide utockhoid
n in the Company, buch niun an Hubert b Win
torn, S m. II. Aepinwi.il, A. A. Luw, Frederick Tra
cy and J no. CaeeweU. H. S. S1vAMa.N, Aoknt,
eepCtr HlT - No. 5 Perkins' Block, Pub Bq.
Bnckeje Mutual Insurance Ce.
" FIRE AlfDMAEINE.
Capital asd Asssra - - - $200,000
Fo 8TBTP Piyldetids. Profits divided In CASH
UBODJT the Stock and Policy Holders.
TaJvt. Hariue hazards ui all kilids. Fire Risk o
jyaiuiiajrs, siorcnanuise. Furniture, veuels in port-
mjxch bsnsr slsss n.kl geaerallr.
Wm. Hart, B. PelloD. Amasa Stona, jr..
F. CbaBibariiu, L. 1. H udson, Hon J. P. Hobiuao.
ill. uarretaon, , A.j.Jreeat u. m. UTiatt,
F. W. Pel ton, . , Wm. WaUUouM.
Orrre Orlatt's Eichance, foot of Superior street.
V t" iAfcaJ IA , VUIU.
AtaT Las.ni Adjasted and Promptly Paid.
. - WM. HABT,
li. D. Hroaos, PrasKlent.
TTOMB AGAIN. FIRE & LIFlfi
bavin, returned Irom the war. I am .renared ta
lasn. Policies as low as Any other responsible (Jotn
vanr, and raepectfe.il. Ak thftpatTonugeof my friend
ana auzens oi uieveiana.
Hew England Fire & Marine In.
Cahtal- - - - 8246,409 3F
Hope Insurance Company.
- pkoyid1nob, e. i.
Cahtat.-- . $161,275 55
New Tork Life Insurance Co.,
Capital - - 2,004,857 62
I lAleo, Atrvt for the sale of W. H. Abbott at Oo.'s
THusnlie Petrullum Oil, at tile lowsat otarket rata.
T 0o Parkiiu Bleclr. Cleveland, Ohio.
wuCBIe i. KNaWuKlH, Asient.
jUsetS - - - 4,043,000.
WAR BISKS TAKETT.
This If od of tbe oldest and most reliable Life In
oraixca UomaaQis in ths LuiUnl tSutUMt.
U. f. BiiAY ION, Afoot,
inrfll No tws.tr Bniia.ns
PALMEE'S .LIQUID DRYEE.
Ttw bem in the awftr-t, for sale hr -.' t
si- .- - ,bjtiii5ii BsknaKB.-oo.s
I BALDWIN & CO.
Are Opening: This Day,
B uddentieid Plaids..
Poll da CbTrM.
and other novel style, of
comprising ths largest assortment w offered in this
PARIS PATTERN CLOAKS.
eptlS K. I. BALDWIN 4 CO.
LTJE ARMY CLOTHS.
TAYLOR, GBI8WOLD t.
A LEXANDRE'S KID GLOVES
TAYLOR, GM8WOLP t CO.,
angT 173 Superior and 136 Bank-Bt.
SHIRTING and TABLE LINEN
I have in tor Urge stock of
Shirting and Table Linens.
A lufu Dllln.i1.A. sT -11 .11 L. I .h.
can warranted pare Linen, and will 'be sold at my
tosuxi tow price. o. nijiaii,
jturiz ireeap is id en store.
FBEEMAH & KKLLOGG'S.
Plain and Stitched the only mlaca to get them
roll stock solid colon Chan and White Xkhja.
LAOK-Mngte and doobl. width.
ALSO A Urge consignment
Mumbolt Purple, very Elegant
MjSQCITO BiS A KETTI56,
Decidedly necessary at prose ot.
RAW SILK SHAWLS,
The only Lot worth Mentioning In tha Market
Black Grenadine & Berage Shawls,
very ueetrable and Very Cheap.
BLACK ALPACAS BOMBAZIXKS,
; we have the B S8T etock in the dry.
Plain and Checked Mozambiques
A roll Stock very Desirable and at Dactdedly
COTTOXS and LIES:
Now la the TIME, and the P AOI TO BUT THEM
Ws haw on hand a full and elegant stock of
MANTLES St SACQTJES
Bilk Cloths and Summer Fabric
WHICH WB WTT L
CLOSE AT COSTI
FREEMAN & KELLOGG.
ACE CURTAINS. I Hav in
store an SjWortMsnt of
Nottingham -ace Curtains,
I will sell off at mneh Isvm than tha nana! rr
iuuu guuiii, Also,
Stock of White Bed Quilts,
1 0.0 afford to Mil at reasonable rates. Thaw
suco (ooa oan be suited by cailinir at
1712 8. HYMAN 8
LACK SILK MANTLES
AT PRIME COST t
of Silk Mantles & Sacques
WILL BI CL08KI) OUT AT OUST,:
they will be Sold this Season.
.OaIl In ud 8m them at 17J Snserlor sad Ut
W1 TATLOB, QBI8W0LD 00.
At Reduced Prices !
am 1MW Milling r.F k uituM dh nnnu.1
18 at greatly Reduced Prioea. Oall and m thoM
Only 18 8-4 Cents per Yard!
many other styles at very low .rices.
.... ; . HYMAN,
If'yH Oct. BaterloT-8t. A Pnb. &juar.
EeTj 6-4 Blue twilled Flnnels,
8-4 " u u
u 8-4 Red
" MOitf u
" 6-4 WhiU 8bker Flannels.
a very choice assortment of
Red,, Yellow, Grey Plain Flannels.
a fall usjortment of
OPBBA AND FBKHCH FLANNELS.
h.T. tarw stock of Mm .dot. Goods snd
lei l i them cbaan.
MORGAN. BOOT k OO.
D. KENDALL & CO.
are now offerins to. most beautiful aaoRnjent
RICH FILL DRESS GOODS
entirely nsw styles and fabrics.
Ever Bronght to this city.
8 I Is" K g ,
ChecU, Plaids, Droqnet, Ottoman, Ponlt de Sol
S li A W Is 8 ;
asd Desirable Patterns. -
H D. KKNDALL A CO.
QLAEK'S HORSE RAKESL
ourri,T SLAITC. ACTlJRtD AT
neat tsoan u bm. for amis. wbo!e!. aaul
STOVES k TIS-VAXL
TV. Ia. 9IARTIX,
Ho. 50, South Side Public Syuare,
Having trn East and etdected from the
manufactories of fiew York, Philadelph:
Albany, tne iargti ana uest sioce oi
Stoves and Housekeeping Goods
ever brought to thi market. Having pnrchaeed be
fore the GUKAT AD VA-NCfc, IS PKltkS, we have
received the UiKxu, ana ar-ag the in to bis large va-
UMT' CLEVELAND STOVES,
always kept on huntl. be is now ready to sell at tha
lowest pricfor t'A.4U OH APPKuV ED UKKDIT.
The Despatch Cooking Stove.
(SeeCot.) W. L. MABVIN Sole Agent for thUCity.
Having been Improved, ia now undoubtedly the
BEST STOVE IN THE MARKET.
It Baking, toasting and Broil in t? nronertleB are
nnexceptionkble, and in economy ot JTuol It ii unpai
alleled ; with ita
NKW PATENT GRATE,
it will burn Coal as well as Wood most admirably; the
Oven beintr thoroughly ventilated it will prod ace a
tjrfect and healthy bake, oqual to that of a Baker's
rick Oven; Kaaatins and Toast ine is done belore
the open lire, and ltroiliug over live coals on the
hearth as common sense dictates. It is manufactured
in this city, and the material used and the work
manship are ot the bet quality; finally, it gives per
fect satiaiaction to all, at hundreds ot housekeepers in
this city and surrounding country, who are daily
nsing it, will testify.
TflE MORNINU HTAH COORINO STOVE fa a
new and diwirable pattern, which, with a variety ol
others, miikeour stock complete. We also have on
band egieai variety of Parlor Oookineaud other hoat-
lug stoves, iort out or wowi, at reuacod prices.
We are constantly euDDlted with all the newest and
motn beautiful sty it ot t
feAliO nl! ol the most nwfnl articles of House Far
uishing Ciooils, Nails and Farmers Tools.
Wearojust receiving the latest Improved styles of
BIKD CAUKS, which are offered at the lowest prices.
HeinannineturB lareelv and have for nle aX whole
sale and retail, ail the various articles of Plain and
Caponed Tin Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware.
We offer the almoirt endless Tarietv of voods inonr
line for Hale at the lowest cash prices, on the ONE
T-A11 Housekerners and those who contemnlate
HouKokeeDiiii?. and the "rest of mankind." are moat
cordially invited to call before purchatfiug elsewhere
and i inlet tor themselves, satisfaction uGcaran- i
tekd at the
STOVE AND GRATE EMPORIUM
W. L. M ARVIN,
No. M, Soath side Pub. &inar;
' Cleveland, Ohio.
GREAT BENEFACTOR I
S T E
THE MOST PERFECT COOKING APPARATUS KNOWN.
Remarkable Saving: of Fuel.
B O It IV,
218 Supebior-St., Cleveland,
ContfniK to fwll the ceMirated Stewart OookiDji
Stove, which hats boen fnllr teotolami ia byroad quosi
tion, tbe niot complete and economical .Store now io
one. As society in now count itmod, the Cook in i? Stove
occupios so important a piaro iu the Domeetio ift-
LpartmeDt fiji hafo murh to do with the happiofrW
every family, that it must continue to be the ob-
of everv iiouMtkeeper to gut ti c BEST which can
In the .Stewart Stove the Are 1m kept under perfect
control. All the fraMSfne from the cooking of meat an
cuDdnmed in the furnace.
You may Boast Mat and Bake Bread without hav
ing tha flavor of the meat communicated to the Bread. .
Hot Water in quantities of from 12 to 17 gallons al
Boatttine is performed in the moat perfect manner, '
in the ohl-taHhiotW way wit h tin Roasters.
N. B. KefereDceiTT&i be (liven to more than 1OO0
have been f urn in tied at the old stand with this i
We bare also on hand a large variety of
Cooking, Parlor, Hall and Office Stores
All kinds of
TUT, COPPEK & 8HEKT-IB0X WORK,
And the best patterns of
the Natural Orowth of the Yeast riant, we
in a granulated form, and put up in
& 10 Ct Hew Style Convex Pkgs.
BEADY KOK INSTANT USI.
Makes Broad, Oaken, Rolls, &c.t
K-mtrkably Rich, Light and Sweet.
Nevtr fsurs. or fail- ol Kxcilluc Vermentntion iu
raDliltV hh D-W-ihip. Coftld lt thli l)K lHN r t..r
oniinary family Bub ine. It hn twwn in ut over
mouths and is uiihui Dashed by Hlittbitie hith
known for fermenutiou in every variety and form
Poor, Sonr, M ean, Iry, Roiish Bread no lug-
neoeary. racked in handsomely labelled wood
tor the trade, with an
Inviting Margin of Profit.
Address V. B. SMITH A CO., Wholesale and Jiotail !
gents lor Ohio,
I2runiario-St.. Cleveland ; aud for
'irnmrs in t'ltrnnd ( otintrv nnlfi
Extraordinary Faeilitiet for Acquiring a
Complete Commercial Education.
BRYANT, STRATTON, F ELTON I WHEELER'S
A'. 8.' WHKBIJIb. Beai,iint Principal";' '.
Is on. link hi the sreat Chain of Natirmal Hnl-
York City, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Al
bany, Brooklyn, Troy, Detroit, Chi
cago, St. Limit Cleveland.
"Scholarships issued at any College, good in all.
COURSE OF INSTRUCTION.
OOUK.SK IN BOOK KEEPLNG-Br practical
And txivriflnp?d Tftcoer.
PRACTICAL AND OKNAMKNTAL PKNMAN-
SlilF Taught byoneoi me oeet American Ar-
BOA DING Embracing Ticketin, Freight
ing, elation Btttinttt. JkLUnea ot Auditor. Cath
FTTTjIi POmSK IN STKAMBOATINO.
BANKING. At our College Bank, each Student can
have actual practice in nanaiing money, maRiag
depoti its, discounting Kotei, drawing Check,
MLBOBAPHISO.-Ao Important featnr. In thi
College, offering (Treat inducements to Ladiea, I
dill OI ILXCIIHUge, t.
College, offering great inducements to Ladies,
manv alreadv comraandine eood tialarles as one-
ratoni, is the thorough iustructtoo given daily in
F or further sarticnlari send forCataiosnea.en-
two Fontase HtampA. Address,
Off2Maw4W Cleveland, Ohio.
J00 DOLLARS PREMIUM ! !
Or Spematorrhoea, Gleet, &cM and
AFIEB ALIWTHKtt TREATMENT rAlLHIII
UK. A. GIBSON,
Formerly of New York City, will pay One Hundred
dollars for the nroof that he ever IAUm tr ...-.. k
above named diseaaes. lie will pay the same sum for
tbe proof that any other PhvBician iu tha i n.f,ri
Dum-a irenii me Hanie uutcuftOB wuu eUAl success.
AiitT niaiM yearsoi laoorious aiuay auu experience,
Dr. (J1BSON is happy in beiue able to announce tc
tne aniortunaU). that ha haj oeriected Uv....r.. nt
THE 8PEKPY AND PERMANENT rnuip
of the above, and also all coiuioua dweas of the
REPRODUCTIVE O ROANS, with all bad effects
arming therefrom, including general
DEBILITY OR NERVOUS PROSTRATION.
He has sticceded in curimz cam in tiiinitr .
styled phy.nicianj, who proicoa to treat all private
niaiauien wnn success, ana without retiring the
leadt particle of beneht.
ur. oiusuA aoee not boast that he . m. miu.. s
orue voneKeiu ivjuuou or rarid, as pt-rhupa some
others do for the purpose of ensnaring the innocent,
and who hold out great expectations never to be re
alized. But what Dr. U.mixht boaulot is this, that be
is able to give entire atiniictiun to those who re
pose con till-ace in his ability and integrity, and that
he has perfected an American synUiin ot treatment
which ollengB any Physician of London or Paris.
or any patent medicine to eiual for the rulical cure
of seminal weakness, and all di.eadorior derangements,
both mental and physical, arising tram sexual or se
Dr. GIBSON also claims for his new treatment the
following advantages overall others yet discovered;
and krst, the agf-uiB Udtd are in no run pec t disagree
able f he uses no relics of tho dark at-s such as Mer
cury, nor any other deleterious drug; Secondly, no
restrictions in diet or biuineos ia required; Thirdly,
his treatment is positive and eertain in ull caites. lie
stands prepared to go into any public or private hos
pital in the United States and demoiutiiate the iin
menaesuperiority of bis uew treatuieut over any other
now known to the world in point of promptoei. per
manency, mildness, safety and convenience to the1 ra
Dr. GIBSON is permanently located iu Cleveland,
and has during the past three years perlormed mauy
cures of diseaai's which had for years resisted all other
modes of treatment. Reference can U giveu to indi
viduals of the first repectability in Cleveland, Bos
ton, Now York and other cities in regard tokilland
integrity in all professional transactions. Dyapepcia,
Rheumatism, Scroicia and all chronic diseases treat
ed with superior succo.
XT" Mt-Iicitirt ient to any part of tho country on
receipt of ten dollars.
Dr. GIBSON S Mew Work on Physiology for sale at
PaoiTfwoaor Ki.toTHOPATnT and McmeiNB,
Office 11 Seuoca -St., a fw dixirs trorn hupcrior up
Office hours from to VI and from 2 to 6 o'clock dally
MOULD'S Celebrated and
Dnrivalled IRISH AND ICELAND MOSS
'o Co trans, Colm, Whoopiso Cocan.&a
For the Seventeen Years that this Candy has been
before the public, it has been used with great succs,
and the increasing demand Irom all part of the Uni
ted States shows that its value as a remedy has been
fully appreciated. Weuiivht add the certificates of
many who have been benefitted by this invaluable
medicine, tor all who have usi-d it ar-i eager to recom
mend it, but we content ourselves with giving the
opinions of two our inoyt eminent Physicians:
"Ma. liEvar Mould, Dear Sir: From your state
ment of the composition uf your Conh Candy, I do
not hefiitatetoexpreas my belief that it is well adapt
ed to the nurnose lor which r..n n.j.iiiifiirtnrirt it. m.ii
duui.t but that it is a useful, as it certainly is an
agreuableexpectorant. n.ffpecttiilly yours,
CUAb. A. i Knit) . M. D.
"M wwrs. Mould A lio.iAN,Cit nis:-
1 have examine
your preacriptioQ for 11. Mould's Cou'h C'aady, aa
uuu i a vaiuauto uuo lur ila purpuae.
UUbl'AV V. U. WEBKB,
iV C. 1
Public Speakers and SinKKrs,
this Candy is invaluable. Udiig uuegualU d tor clear
ing tne voice, removing hoarsenns, Ac.
dec31:B27 Ko. 1 Euclid-at., Cleveland, O.
TEW MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
v t the spewty and permanent cure ot tun
orrhfea, Gleet, Urethral Ii-harges, Svminal Weak
ness, Nightly KmirisionH. lnc:)ntineuce, Oi-nital Irri
tability aud Debility. Gravel, Strictureand AQectii'iis
tne uttineys ana utaiiuer, winch ti:u, oen u.mk1 by
uiwwu 01 vue uuuareu rnysK-ians in inir private
practice, with entire success, e.upors-iliug Cubflm,
Copaiba, ("apsulee, or any conipouud hithrio known.
BLLL'S SPKC1F1C PILLS
spee1y in action, olten aflt-ctir.g a cure iu a lew
days, and whn a cure is ettecled it ia normnneiir
They are prepared Irom vegetable extracts iL-at are
hiirmleHg on the sytttem, and nerer uauiteates the
Stomach, or impregnates the breath; and beingsihtar
coated, al! nauiteous tahte in avoided, bio change of
ih necessary wmie ujiug itu-tn; uuruot-s their ac
tion interfere with busine pursuits.
Price Cue Dollar, and will be sent by m;til on receipt
THE MOST IMPORTANT AN-
N0L'NCtMl.NTThatevrapp9arMl before the
IIVUI1U7U II IB UUlCUfillLU
Golden Ointment of luuiiie.
Tor tho euro of SpHVin, tins bono. Curb. Hpituta,
inemis, ThoroiiKhpin, Cappod Hock, Weak Hettls.
yiounuers, inrutits, y musters, Urack. Contract
ileeli, and all curable discirtefj of the t ee t, Lefffl, or
Shoulders, and particularly Swivn.-y,or tli.- Xt-ayiii
the mtwcleaof the Uipr. Full directions with bach
and some ini porta ut hiota concerning other aia
eaeos which the llurse is liable to. It will require no
better reference than a trial.
MProltMsional Gent lemon will profit by using the
same, as it surpasses any thing oi the kind now iu use
luJUUi,uo- '"rsiaio oy atroug & Armstrong.
FAMILY MEDIC IES
prepared under the immediate tup rr vision
oj a txuyui rnynexan, and they may
be relied upon in all easts.
The Intelligence of the community is not insulted
the oOer of a single medicine whirh cUims to cure
Dwease j but the Gnefenberg Remedies consist
Eleven different Medicines, all unequalled in the
ui uio uisnvit- lur wiiicu tney ae lecom mended,
if I eelecteit one npproprmto to any
w iuib cuuiiirj- ana ciimaio.
GrFEKRKB1 VmtTturr Ptirj K..tt,.
any other kind oi Pill in the woild. Price ate.
e Gn.T.rr.SBiBO Vtkbist Catholicon is an
infallible remedy lor ail Female Uieuse Price il,:0.
.sTTns Utf.bi nk Catholicow will also cure fiinv-
dueases of the JUdneys; urinary difficulties in
OkTHE Gfi: FENflF.r.O 8AB8APAnil.I,4 in hv fnr h
powertul aud eihc&cioua compound in use.
BTUE GUJEFRSHEBV DvntCS'TRBV RvnifP 1. a .
and tjuick remedy for all diseases of the bowels.
Thb Gb.kfknhkbo Pilr Rkmedt never fails to
Fuuuveiuisaiatressinguisease. Price tl.
Invaluable compound in ail disease incidont to chil-
Qbkffnbfrg Fkveb asi Aove Rhfdv is
sovereign epocinc icr mis particular disease. Price
Tnt Gtj.FErBFBG Gbfen MorxT.vis Ointment
all other salves in its curative effects. Price
T TO B'TTi oa ihs
pleasbut aud delightful tonic ewr prepared.
''Tiib GiLrF.FENDFHd Kvp. Lotion is unparalleled
lnnamtnation or diseases of the Eye, Price lie.
TlIF fin VITV'OCDn PmcorWTrr-.'. D.m fTrAa
DKWl rttonicnillll Tflint in m TiiiTninarv fnm.
Price .1 a hs-.ttlfl fM-ti. immt Pkrji.
of New Vork it.i that ht h bnnu thatuf.
Consiimptne e Balm used with great ftticcees I
.'luusT, mur n exDunence HUDHtniiiiate hi
H. B Kisoslet Dear Sir : We foo it dutv
owe to the public, to state that Alarahall's Cathol
icon is a modii-ine invaluable fr compUiots claawd
tne nuau or Female Lfisefirter). we nave ued
Ura:.eulerg MeilJcmed and Have been greatly
we wooid have them. To the thousands of
ouraexwno are stinennir irom weaknetw. we wouiri
recommend the Catholicon a a mire panacea. It gives
Ireugtn to tho ayaitem undeuableti each of the organs
uour io periorm ineir apnronriate Tunctionn.
JiM C. aWOKAlSTJCl'T,
m re. v . ua n i a iv,
Mrs. K. E. WtKKS.
Medina, March lf '61.
aI ho above named Ladies we are nersonaUr ac.
with, and know that for several yearw while
in Medina, they were creat BUffprers. Ml'
Hworrostett has been so badlr alflictod that it was with
she was able tostand upon her fuet. A few
ujiTnouron entirely ciireu ni?r ur ner com
plaints. Mv wife received grunt owm-tit from this med
We recommend it to the La-lit of this county
anHftrtfaiideUjcieut remedy lur the many comnlainu
Editor Can field Sentinel,
K5"Forsale by all Druggist".
U. B. KlhGSLEY, (Tlevelfinrl,
COAL & COKE.
M. WITT knw
lUiSJEi UUii.s U KK W. H
WALLACE k. HON Mtnn fstnror. nf On K t
Hammondsville Strip Yeln CoaU
iwaierfl in aaia uoai ior smitbtneand Domes
Pnnwuu. Will fill 1 .ho s
JEFyEHtiON FIRE BRICK.
FIRE CLAY. gronna)
HammondsviUBj Jefferson Co., Ohio,
(On . k P. Bailroad.)
ILE VELANT) PAPER COATP'V
,"u'Z?".ZZl.. C,, t .. .4.'
lUBuunrvgujonvi i- s. n o, xv, n. BUu nar
PAPER. Orders nllednronipilr.
WBA08 U anlMl uific. I) Sopcrior-St.
ALPAKA BRAID All Coloes,
YER'S PILLS ARE CURING
SICK Tit AN KXTEVT k CVKR BKFiiRH
Invalids, read and judge for ponmlrea. JT7LES
liAtJftUt &fii., the well known Fertamer, of Cht-
nutation, rniteueipuia, wnose c
found at almoBt evenr toilet, aavii:
'l am happy to say of your CathaiTTP PntS, that
I nave found them a better family medicine for com
mon use. than any other within my knowledge. Many
oi mj iiiduuk nave reaiizea mar nea Dene n is irom
them, and coincide with me In believin that thev
possesB extraordinary virtnes for driving ont diseases
and curing the sick; they are not effectual, but safe
snd pleasant to be taken-qualities which must make
uiriu suutju oj me puoiic, wnen iney are Known."
The vt-nerableChauccllor LiiDLA W wntos from
Baltimore, lMh April,
'Dr. J. C. Aver, Sir: 1 have taken yonr Pills with
great benefit, for the listlessness, languor, lossof ap
petite and billions hendacho, whfch has of late years
overtaken me in the spring. A few doses of your Pills
cured me. I have used your Cherry Pectoral for
many ern in my lamiiy tor congns ana coias witn
bd falling success . Yon mfike mtxiinnM which cum.
and I feel a pleasure to commend you for the good you
have done and are doing."
JOHN P. BEATTY, Ksq., Secretary of the Pennsyl
"tint: 1 take pleasure In adding my testimony te
the efficacy of your medicines, having derived very
and Cathartic Pills. I Rill nnvar witlm.it thini In mv
family, nor shall I ever consent to be, while my means
will nrrviim Ihum " ' '
The widely renowned S. B. STEVENS, M.f M., of
"Having used yoor Cathartic Pills in mv Bractirc. I
certify from experience that they are an invaluable
rgaiiTe. in cases oi ainoroerea mnctions ot the
er, causing heajiache. indureation. cotivnnf mid
the creat varietv of diaeanea that follow, ihi-v fti-fi
surer remedy than any other. In all cases where a
purgative renieuy is roQuirea. 1 connaetuty recom
mend these Pillg to the nnhlir. aARiinerior In anv Atli.
er 1 have ever fonnd. They are sure in their opera
tion, and perfectly safe qualities making them an in-
Taiimuii. iw iu ,e lor puouc use. i nave tor many years
now a your vuerry rectorai as tne DesttJough Medi
cine in the World, unit HimA Pilla am in no ii,fa.
rior to that admirable preparation for the treatment
Afrnw. Mm . Nat M
Dr. J. Atrr. Dear Sir: I have lmn afflicted from
uiv un vii nunsLiuiuid in in wo mi Hirra. ana now.
after twenty years' trial, and an ontoia of amount of
sunenng, nave teen completely cured in a few weeks
by your Pills. W ith what feelings of rejoicing I write
can only be imagined when you realize what 1 have
suffered, and how long.
"iiever until now have I been free from thin loath
some disease in some shape. At times it attcked my
eyes, and made me almost blind, besides the unendu
rable pain; at others it settled in the scalp of my head
and destroyed my hair, and has kept me partly bald
an my aays; sometimes it came out in my lace and
kept it for mouths a raw sore.
"About nine weeks ago I commenced Ing yonr
Cathartic Pills, and now am entirely irom the
complaint. My eyes are well, my skin is faivand my
air nascommencea a healthy grow in; all oi which
lakes me feel already a new person.
"Uooinr this statement mav be the means of con
veying information that shall do good toothers, 1 am,
"lOUTB, C. JHA1.IA Kit rAflll.
I have known the above named Maria Kicker from
her childhood, and her statement is strictly true.
Vina u' i t l" k. l i v v
Overaoerof th Pnrtsmi-inth MTa-Cn "
Cantain JOKL PKATT. of the flhin Marion, writes
troui Dtmmn, tin April, 104:
" Your Pills have cured me from a blltious attack
which arose from derangement of the liver, which
uuu irecome very serious, t nau laiu-u oi any renei
oy mv nuvfician. ana irom everv remeav i couia trv:
but a few doses of your Pills have completely restored
me to health. I have given them to my children for
worms, with the bent effects. The were nmmntlv
enred. I recommended them to a friend for costive-
ueiH, which had troubled him for months; he told me
in a few days they had cured him. Youniakothu best
medicine iu the world; and 1 am free to say so."
K.ad this) from the ditii.s7iii..h.1 Holirir.,r nf thm
Soprt-me Court, whose brilliant abilities have made
him well known, not ouiy in this, but neighboring
New Out CAH. 5th Anril. 1AM.
l8iRr I have great satisfaction in assuring yon
that myseli and family have been very much benefit
ted by your medicines. My wife was cured two years
siuce, of a severe and dangerous cough by your Cher
ry Pectoral, and since then has enjoyed perfect health.
Mv children have severn.1 timea tutm rnrpd fmm at.
tacks of the Influenza and Croup by It. It is an invnl-
ilde remedy for these c-mplaints. Your Cathartic
Piih have entindv cured me from advDeiiift ar.d
costivenens, which has grown upon me forsomeyears.
imti-eu, inn cure is mi.cn more important.irom the
fact that I had failed to tret relief Irom the hnt nh.
simians whirl, thi section of the country affords, and
irom any oi ine numerous remeuies l nan iftKen.
"You seem to us, Doctor, like a prrvidential bless
ing to our family, and you tuny well mipposo we are
not nnmiudt ul of it. Yonra n-spi-cttully,
LEA V ITT TaJAXTER."
Si'nate Citambfb, Ohio, April 5th. lM.
Da. J. C. Avi:a, Honored ir: I have made a thor
ough trial ol the Cathartic Tills, left by your agent,
and have Wen cured by them ol the dreaifful I hciim-
atirim unlT wnicn lie loiinu me ftunYrinjr. Hie in i
dow relieved me, and a few rmhswinv ul dies enim-ly
runiuved the disease. I it-el in Ik.' tier health now thun
for some yeai-ri bs-rore, which i attribute entirely to
the tifUru ui '4ui- CaLhartic Pills.
koors with great respect,
MT'f he alove are all from pcnoni who ar piiMiV
ly known where they ntiide, and who would n.d nmke
these stutements without a thurough couviutioii that
thoy were true.
Prepared Br J. C. AYER,
Practical end Analytical Clit-mist, Lowell, Maas
Sold br . W. CLARK, and liv Drni-.-j. ,n,rt
erser-ry where. 0eoi:KdH-stweow
R. J. McCONNELL'S EYE and
' FAR INFIRM A RYJ:t, 8unerior-8t.. corner
Ir. MctlONVKLL havfnff been for Hevernl vearti
connected with the first Institutions of thischaracter
new iorx ana euewtiere, leels contidont that he
(rive entire satisfaction tn thorn fll irtdd virh an
disease of theY3orAK, who may put themselves
uuuer ii in ireunnem. numerous instances ot persons
almost totally flli nil or nuif. hitVA Iwaon KslnraH r
sight or hearing. These cases may be seen in the city
uy iime uy persons caning. Also, a Dumber o
successful operations for the removal of Cataract.
.MswArtincial byes inserted that nave the appear-
BQre and motion of the tint not 1 nt-n
Uis celebrated YE WATKR will be sent to any
utirmw uh inn rmtiDt oi un 1101 or. ah Mimmnni-
cations by letter most contain a stamp for return
JS V -"
Stjqar-Coated. Purely Veoitablx
The Oldest, Cheapest, and most Reliable Famly
Medicine in use. Mure uwd than any other kind.
trice 2f rents 31 Pills iu a box. See (Urculars.
cSr"K.i,.l iivSiron A A rniNtmnff. Kntnii Brothers.
W. Palmnr. Chun hitl .tt Uro. AIao. at wholfala
retail at 161 Ontario-St., Cleveland, by
(4. U. Uen'l Agent,
.For Ohio, Michigan and Indiana.
Arabian Condition Powders.
bvfHt mid cheapest remedy for many ot the diseas
HORSES, CATTLE AND SHEEP,
now in t'e so says every one woo nasuseat item.
"8 Circulars. Hold bv Strong A Artnutrontr.
Benton Brothers, K. W. Palmer. Wholesale and l.e-
by the Proprietor, at 161 Ontano-st., Cleveland.
O.O. NUHKIS, Pronrietor.
And hv sll Tmr(T'ti fn the mr.ntvv mr"
'Mi Dr. K. L. KOT
THOMAS MANNING. MACHIN
ioi ini7 jvwixiimvb, tiia maauiaciurei oi
rT of Etcit UeticriMii a
Bridges and other us.,
urauniz and Uiacksmithiuff senerailv.
to Hughes' Brewery, .lobbing tmd Be
yrumptiy iiicnutii to.
j'AGLE WORKS MANUPACT-
DO TOD WAST
8team Engines or Boilers,
x ATXNT IBI EVAPORATORS,
flllfil SDOAB 01NI MILLS.
Parent Itaa OoU Brapantan.
PATENT STAMP MILLS,
Pike's Peak or Lake Superior,
With Cuts and Dftoriptiona, Prices, ate., ate.
MILLS, PL0lJBLG MILLS,
And Machinery of a Descriptions,
SXMD fOft OIBCCLABa. -sWi .
, r. vt. uiiiB, rreeident.
B. Atnht wanted eTerywhere. mar5:57
OMITH & MATHEK Havi K-
to mannfactnra HTfiAM BOlLSfei, OIL
andSIl LLH, of all 4ascription,oompoal of
Iron. Boilers, Stills and Tanks reaaired.
d. All wore in uuir uds yrom.tlT attanded to.
GENTLEMEN'S Clothes Clian
TUO, Bcnoatlnand Mending EsUblishment.
aobh, iMivr, no. ly rrospact .trMt, 1U
devote his attention to cleaning, renoratin.
mending Gentlemen's clothing. Ha has facflu
doing his work in the best mannar. fientls.
will find It ior their Inursat dnrin. Ism hrA
to 0nlU. Aft ttritd. . mruH i
tUI .L - 1
THE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE
TRIK.SKM AR 1, 2 and 3, are protectod by Koy
aTXetters Patent of England, and seenred by the
Seals of the Kcole de Pmirmacie de Paris and the
imperial t-ollegeof Wedicine, Vienna.
ho. One is invaluable for Kxhanstion, Spermator-rh-aand
all oliVBical dinbiliiiet..
No. Two completely eradicitts all traces of those
aiseases mat nave neretolore tn-en treated hy the nau
aeousi and Dcrnicioiiii une of rntmviM mi rnhohtt.
No. Three has entirety snpplanted theinjurious ne
ui mercury, ioen,'Dy insuring io tne snnrer speedy
relief, dispersing all impurities, and rooting out the
Venom of diseases.
Teiesemab, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, are preparations in the
ormof Lozcnees, devoid of ta-tte and smell, and can
bo ciirried in the waistcoat pocket. StAd in tin cases
aim uiviaea into sepHriite aeries, as aUmmistt-red by
Velpuu, Lallemand. Uoox. Kicold. Ac. Price S3 esch:
or 4 caws for ., which saves J; and in 27 caAbd,
whereby there is a saving ot m. To be had whole
sale ana rt-.au oi ir. dakkuh, bo. lt Bleecker-at.,
Immediately on receiving a remittance Ir. Barrcw
ill forward the Trieteniar to anv mirt o thn vnrlri
eenrcly packed, and addressed accordiug to the in-
iinii iii'us ui ine wriit-r.
To Deilroy Rats, Roaches, &o.
To Dettroy Mice, Moles and Ants.
To Dettroy Bed Bugs.
To Destroy Moths in Furs, Clothes, 4o.
To JJueroy Mosquitoes and t leas.
To Dettroy Insects on I'lants 4 Fowls.
To Dstteoy Insects on Animals, &c
To Destroy Every species of Vermin.
l owtnr'd" Hnt, Ronrh.Arr. Exterminator.
Tomftr's" lied-Bug Kxtcrminator.
'I'mar'" Elertrh Powder tor Insertn, Are
iu .c., pc. uuu 71 .it liumee anu iiuks. a, ana
tiiizeflor Plantntions, rihipe, Boats.
Hol.-lfl. r.. tc
THKONLT 1NPALLIULK KtMKDIEfl KNOWN.
"Jreefrom I oih'i,h.
"Not dinner mis to the Unman Frtmily.
"KalH d iiii". die on the priiii .'
"Tii-v couio out ot their holes to die."
&TSM Everywhere by
Ar.L VVholzaalr IRrotrn. in the Imsrc cities, and
by 'BrOtilSTS, tilHU'ERjl, STOBr.KI KP1 H and lil T.UL-
rasKenerally, in all C-ountry Tons aud ViUa;ei in
the Tinted States.
STRONG A AliM.sTltONO. 1
Prinriual Wh-dewile and Itetnil Aeontm. leveianO.
Hf Co TNT by Dealeils can order as above.
Or address orders direct! or for Prices, Terms, 4c I
, HESltV R.COSTAlt,
Pbwtpal Depot No. 4S2 lir.Miilway. N. T.
8old at Strong A Armstrong's, Cleveland, U.
Have, bv a thoronsb trial for more than 'ten vn.r
siiHtained a reputation that uo other Machine U
neen able to acquire.
As a Family Machine
they tar excel all oihttre. S-.meoltlie qualities that
rocommcnu ine neeier w lison .larrimes. are:
Isjt Beauty and Excellence of Stitch, alike npon
wnn hi f -nf. 'htvric sewn.
2d trensth. Firmness and Inrability of seams
that will NmT RIP nor liAVtL, aud nuule with
economy oi tnread
3rd Its Attachments and wide Range of Applica
ion to purposes and materials.
4th Simplicity and Thoroughness of constrnction.
5th Speed, Kuw of Operation and Management,
Ljnietne of Movement.
Thorte that want a Practical and Desirable Machine
snuuin oy an means examine w neeter W lison s be-
pure nasi ug.
OFFICE 205 9uperior-St., Cleveland, 0.
JN0. E. STRONG, Agent,
aena for t'lrculars and get parriculara. ang!9
ROVER & BAKER'S
Bemmert, Fellert. Tuekert. Cordern Rindert.
Making either the ".ock" Slllch or the "Orovar
Baker" btitcb at the election or th. nnr4,
Price, $40 and Upwards I
NEW 8TTI.K OK SlinTTLK MACIII.NI,
Kim Kant and Ouiet.
V.FST-MAK KHS. TA 1 1.ORS. SHOEMAKERS.
ritllfc KKilllKlJ T( S10.00.
GROVEB & BAKER 3. M. Co.,
Brown's Suspension Waist
IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTER
perfect "Union" institution. It nnitta thetinr.
bhnnlder-Braoe, Anti-Lacerand 8t irt-3aporuar
imiutMiM nnnie ui nmnDg apparel.
"Constitution mat be Preeerred," wh3ch eve
iaoy ftavr) can be oj UT-arinK tnone aiita.
1KI 1 II r, l rltlLKM K K III T( K D I
sale by KRKKMAN KKLLOGO. 217 RnnrrH-
Mrs. POH'I'KU, Milliner, 94 Seneca-St., HOW.
IIIGilKK. 217 Siinerior-Mt . Mm. H A KVlTT tn
"jiJiir-.i., tnn ai w iiniepfiip ana Ketail bv tne fro-
arietorsand Manufacturer!!, ti Untario-at., torsr
Tvautis mine lotruer.
MTSiataud County Bights for sale.
KOkKIS A SHFFB-IsTT Tl
f"We will aroeecnte all Aeraonii whn mlra
or aaake the liraoea wi'Jioat authority from i
JADTES "HOME GUARDS I"
.4 V.-' I a
Q. ALLEN;- v -.W
T. B.C. A. Rnnm. Par.fn'. RtvV fi.
iiuiu iron r. n. jn:j"I8:4u9
TEACHES 07 THS . ip
CORKET, MILITARY BANDS I ORCHESTRAS
No. 373otTman's Block, opposite the Port
(np stain j ClsTeiand, 0. jrd;ftll ,
. r . . . . s- j 1 ii -. -1. E
Equal to zuiv in tlic "Woi'lcl,
MAY BE rSOCL'RED
AT TROU $8 TO $12 PER ACHE,
R?ar Markets, Si-Iiools, Eailrosds, ftartbrs, an! ill lie Messings of CiTiliiatioi
1,200,000 Acres, In Farms of 40, 80, 120, 160 Acres, and upwards,
in ILLINOIS, tho Garden State of America.
The Illinois Central Railroad Company offer, ON LONG CREDIT, th beautiful and
fertile PRAIRIE LANDS lying along the whole line of their Railroad, 700
MILES IN LENGTH, upon the most favorable Terms for enabling
Farmers, Manufacturers, Mechanics and Worlcingmen to make
for themselves and their families a competency, and a
HOME they can call THEIR OWN, as will ap
pear from the following statements .'
eT rA 111.101 ;te
. if- v:
Is about equal In extent to England, with a pop
! uiation of 1,7"23,GG6, and a soil capable of sup
, porting 2tj,UuG,od. So Slate in the V alley of
the Mississippi oilers so great aa inducement to
the settle as the State of Illinois. There is no
part of the world where ail the conditions of cli
mate and soil so admirably combine to product
those two great staples. Cou and Wbsat.
Nowhere can the Industrious farmer iecuiw
such Immediate results from his labor as on these
deep. rich, loamy soils, culti rated with so much
case. The climate from the extreme southern
part of the State to the Terre Haute, Alton k iit.
Louis Railroad, a distance of near 2r0 miles, b
well adapted to Winter
WHEAT, CORXCOTTO.X, TOBACCO.)
Peaches, Pears, Tomatoes, and 'of
fruit and vegetables Is grown In great abundance,
from which Chicago and other Northern markets
are furnished flora 4 to 6 weeks earlier than their
Immediate yirlnity. - Between the Terre Haute,
Alton k St. Louis Railroad and the Kankakee
and Illinois rirers a distance of 115 miles on
the Brauch, and 136 miles on the Main Trunk,
lies th (treat Corn and Stock raising portion of
TH E ORDI AR YTELTJ
ot Corn U from 50 to SO busheliper acre. Cat
tle, Horses, Mules, Sheep and Hogs are raised
here at small cost and yield loiye profits. It la
believed that no section of country presents (treat-,
er inducements for Dairy farming than the Prai
ries of Illinois, a branch of farming to which but
little attention has been paid, and which must
yield sure profitable results. - Between the Kan
kakee and Illinois rivers, and Chicago and Dun
leith, a distance of 56 miles on the Branch and
147 miles by the Mala. Trunk, Timothy Hay,
Spring Wheat, jCornj
OAT BARLEY, RYE, BUCKWHEAT,
And vegetables suited to the climate are produ
ced in great abundance The northern portion
of Illinois Is about the climate of Pennsylvania,
while the southern part has ths climate of Ken
lucky and Virginia,' giving variety of temper
ature In the State, suited to almost every product
of the United Stats.
The Agricultural products of Illinois are great
er than those of any other Stale. The Wheat
crop of 1S01 was estimated at 85,000,000 bushels,
while the Corn crop yields not leas than I4',0o0,
000 bushels, besides the crop of Oats, Barley,
Rye, Buckwheat. Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes,
Pumpkins, Squashes, Flax, liemp, Peas, Clover,
Cabbage, Beeta, Tobacco, Cotton, Sorghum,
Grapes, Peaches, Apples, Ac., which go to swell
the vast apsregate of production in this fertile
region. Over Four Millions tons of produce
were sent out of the Stats of Illinois during the
In Central and Southern Illinois uncommon
advantages are presented for the extension of
Stock raising. All kinds of Cattle, Hones, Mules,
Sheep, Hoss, 4c, of the best breeds, yield hand
some profits; large fortunes have already been
made, and the field Is open for others to enter
with the fairest prospects of like results. Dajet
Farmino also nresents its inducements to many. .
CTLTIYATTO'V OF COTTON.
Ths experiments im Cotton enltur are of
very great promise. Commmcinjj in. iatittuia
89 doj. 80 min. (te Mattoon on the Branch,
and Assumption on ths Mailt Ztne the Cotr
jimowns thousand o f acres veil adapted to
the perfection of ih is fibre. A settler hating
a family of yovng children, can turn their
youthful labor to a mot projiiaUe account in
the growth and perfection of this plant.
The vigorous evert tons now making to-oh-taina
supply of reliubU teed suited to ths
requirements of the sail of Tllt'noi-it ici77, if if
hoped , speedily aire a sufficient amount to
plant a great Ireadth of land.
MTVUVG AAD M A VTF ACTCKES.
The great ivsonrces of the State, in Coal, Iron,
Lead, Zinc, Potter's Clay, Limestone, Sandstone,
Ac, Ac, are almost untouched; they await the
arrival of enterprising and energetic men accus
tomed to convert them into gold.
RAILROAD SYSTEM OF ILLIYOt-i
Railroads intersect the whole State. $115,
OOO.OuO have been invested In completing the
great net-work that links every part of the tetate
into immediate connection with the surrounding
States and the directest thoroughfares of commerce,
THE ILLINOIS CEATRAL RAILRO U
Traverses the whole lennth of the State, from
the banks of the Mliis?!ppl and Lake Mlchhnn
to the Ohio." As its name import, the Railroad
runs through the cpnire of the St-ite, and on ei
ther fide of the read aloe? ts whuJe en5lh lie
the lands offered for sale.
TO ACTUAL SETTLERS.
From the unprecedented advantages ibis Com
pany offers, it Is not surprising that it should
have already disposed of 1 ,8o0,i00 acres of land.
It is now selling at the rriU' of 5,0o0 acres per
week, i The population along the line has trel i.-d
In ten years, and is now S1-I.6DL The Company
sell to actual cultivators, and every contract con
tains an agreement to cultivate.
CITIES, TO WAS, MARKET:, DETHrTJ.
There are Kinety-EIht Depots en the Compa
ny's Railroad, giving about one every seven
miles. Cities, Towns and Villages are situated
at convenient distances throughout the whole
route, where every desintbl? commodity may be
found as readily as in the o'dert cities of the
Union, and where buyers are to be met for ail
kinds of farm produce.
Vlecaan.cs and working men win find the free
school system encouraged by the State, and en-'
dowed with a large revenue for the support of the
schools. Children can live In lght of the rchoo I,
the college, the church, and grow up with th
prosperity of the leading fctate ia the Great Wes
No one who has visited this splendid region of
country can doubs that it quAls the must favor
ed descriptions that hare ever been given of It ;
but let any careful observer visit it, and ha will
Inform you that the half has not been told of the
advantages It offers for Immediate occupation
and immediate returns. The farmers of the East
ern and Middle States, an-J Canada, are mo-ring .
to Illinois in great numbers and it Is believed, I
that if these surpassing advantages were made
known to the farmers, mechanics, manufac turers
and working population of over-crowded Europe,
they would promptly avail themselves of the
PRICES AND TERMS OF
80 seres at $10.00 per acre, with in
terest at 6 per cent, annually upon the
following terms :
Cash payment, . . . . $ 48 00
Payment in one year, . . 48 00
" two years, . . 48 00
" is three "... 48 00
four " . . . 238 00
" " flre "... 224 00
- " " six '" . . . 212 00
" " seTea . . , . 200 00
PAYMENT ON LONG CREDIT.
40 acres, at $10.00 per acre
Cash payment, . . $ 24 00
Payment in one year, . '. 24 00
' ' two years, . , . 24 00
" " three " . . . 24 00
ii t0XtT b , 118 00
" " fire M . , . i!2 00
six . 106 00
" " srrea " , . . 100 06
Central Railroad Company, Ch eago
Patent ater Drawer
Umwur is now nirule with Wbler's N.w Pat-
v sruipoij ;rrueau-i Iron llfl. n--.i vullikjul-
zed Chain, mtule fruro rh-t0C inirAlfii wire, aotl
ni'-ftl prffct and sioiplr- artk U- twr tli,- piirjK-ett,
ininruiuiiir nmuir. I n; linuorilPTil
WAKUANTS KVEKY ONK OK HIS MANCrAU
llllri IIMUYK A Tlrip ACTIUH.
WSold W holmaie and Betail by
U. il. WriKKLKB.
8nrconanr tn J fei. U WlHrAlVi
Fa-tobt Uabrifi s Block. 4U Mlrhiran-
Hlateantl O.nntv Rihta for ull. A.UWtM
'jioveis.ua, vmo. marl
ENT BY EXPRESS EVFKY-
E KG. Direct iOfM tar 8Alf MMin.m.it ann
TA8B ft 00.
943 Soperiortn Cleveland, O.
LOZ. PEACH BASKETS,
J. 8TAIB 4 ."N,
LARGE LOT OF
fetave Peacb Baskets,
b? J.B.OLESM aro .at if nnf-
140 CNTA KHi-RT .
OLIVER P. HANKS,
left at the Music titora of
4 Oo,. 3ub Onptrior Scrset. will l
Nr. ? 1
v mn s.
pIVOT TOOTH$1,00. g5
Teetk A Met tor Tea Dalian. -u,Lr
HUIWKLL 4 IIaTiSLS. Dpiillsts.
Af(r Ten rear witenMe prastice in f'lfvc-Und, havp
in(aoduc-j a srirnl lntprnTi-m.-ut in FIXING AkTI
FlOAlj fKkia. l.,th tor Imrfthilir. r, pn.
MarttirHtion ami Artiriil.-iti.ni, excel ull oi horn. Tbt-y
art) IKTtrCtlr iucurrtMlihlf. nnsi fnr AT.uiiiiii..
Uiir and purify oi uialcritil, cau not tw Hurpasnt'd
Cur principle of adapting thm to rM month dii
puse with lb un-iiciitly jv.ld ciartpH, or spriuKa.
TlVr can he inertd over any remainine; root of
itnout aivuiK any n.vin. AruticiJ Teeth, aa
alsov, from two to live
rn. or Irum r.-r tn rwr...
dollars, uppr or lower sen. complete.
N. H. Tne Prof. M.n we will -.upply with Teeth at
ttew York price; terms cash. Having tne Lakocst
ASfoainrxT atttf ot Nt-w York
i.KNTAL RlMrMH 4, t :hnr.t.Hl. vw.
onth aide Put. lie Square. Onij4ru..m innel
CARRIAGES FOR SALE.
jyjONE Y TO BEMADE I
treat Sale of Carriages at Loir Rates
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
0TR 10-IIORSE PIJWlfB IV.tvtp
nearly new, and
Store No. 205 Ontario-St. for Rent,
Th. ahoTe extetuiTi assortment ol Carrier, ara
rashionanlp and Knhiitnti'ii
belnst nian nlarrnr.nl hy the oeii workmen, llotV , ,
the Honber will iriiarntee as recommend." nc"
Ao. 205 OntarStw'..
and examine theee Cnrriaea that ' 99
t w HPRT
tlorH., Cleveland. Ohio.
Mmas AT LAW.
gOPRS' CLAIMS ON THE
enii ! u,.lJ,t -iJ'wances. Bonnty.
ut c.,aitendc1 toprnrnftly by
n L. LATIMER. Attorset at
ProlewKin linnp bniii-. hour, lie mar I,
.tt;.Bi"ifl'',0'JoK'h Pcrkms. Atotl..rhon'i
the Birch Hog... marr9
PALMER & DENN IS, Attobnits
Finn, toowaj.Bol ... mxxis. .
WILLIAMSON RIDDLE. At-
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