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THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
K UMBER 48
rmy Iay Roll
The following statement, taken from official
sour'-es will how the army pay roll. In the first
tli mn will be found the netc salary per month
ar.l in the second the total salary per month,
y IiIcm includes ration, servant hire, forage, 4c.
I ieutemnt G'.meril $ -0
Aid--de-C.imr and .i Hilary Secre
trv to Lieutenant General, each PJ)
Senior A'd-de-Camp t J General-in-
A !- de-Camn, in addition to pay,
etc.. of Lieutenant 21
D iir i der General 121
Aid-de Cim". in addition to pay,
etc.. of Lientenant. ... 20
AOJCT IN T GENERl.S DEPARTMENT.
A ijutint Genenl Colonel 119
A-'-t nit Ai'iut:nt General Lieut.
Colon! ; "
A distant A !jat ml General M ij.
Judge A lvocae Major
IN-spF.CTOR GENF.RAt.'s IF.P IRTMENT.
Inject? General Colone!.... 11"
r Major.. SO
S"rn u ufii .
DC IRTrlR M I I V. R DF. I" I UT.M F.N T.
Q urt-i marster Gener lirigadier
( i i' fir r. 1 1
Ai-' nit Qniici mister General
Deputy Q'i irterm.i-ter Goner il
Lieut Colon. I
Qu irtei m-'.-ter M ,"t
AiM-Mn. Qu i! term i-ter Capt'n. .
i . b ; -t i: ' f. ü i'PA r.Tiv est .
Conmis-ary General Oi riusist-jin-i
Assi?mt C muii--ary General of
Su'-iT"fice I. ion.. Colonel. .
Conrui-s-5 nv of Subsistence Maj.
A--i-tn.t Couwi:s.irvG.'tiuil of
' Su'i-Vence Licit. Colon d. .
Comnvss irv of n! 'ii-iiee M ijor
As-ianS Co'nini.-SArv of Sabs'ist-
Assisitnt Conniis-siry ol Subsist
ence, .n a I iitio.i to pay, etc., of
Surgam Geic.r.il S-,71)
Surgeons ed'ea yeir service....
Surg.'ou of 1 ss t!i in ten years'
Assi-tint Surgeons of five years'
Assistant Surgeons, of less thin five
ye .rs service
r V TEP RTMENT.
PaymKfer General $.2,74') per an-
n-y:tv Pavmater General
. . .'
CR? PK RNJINTFRS, CORPS OF
cGir.:.r.3 a.nd oruinance dk-
T P M.aPH!CL
r iRT.u.r r.
t, " it. nan'
M ii'T . .
(.. t i:n
Sec uid I'-'ifeM in?
I ire vet Secmi-l Lieutenant.
OFriChRS OK M'TNTKI MtC WNS CWAI.RT, RIFLK
XtS AND I ICJIir ARTILLKaV.
Col vi-l 110 235
Le(1K-nintCo.jnol 93 211
M j,r 187
r ,:,r,!,i 7 145
F:-t L:e;te.,.t 51 12S
S-,- n! f.i.uren.a' 53 12S
r.rcvc: Seeon 1 Lieutenant 53 123
A 'j-i' ti.t. and b'eirimen' il Quirt-r-m
:-?er, in aMition to day of Lieu
tenant 13 io
OiTlC"".J O ARTII.I.FRY ANDINFANTRV.
C'on-l W 21S
Li n iiiM Colonel f) l!ll
Ms.., 70 175
C.T.rvn fi') 113
Fit -f Lieutenant. 31 l'H
Stvn-.id Lierfeliint 45 10:1
n.-evet Se-i.ii I L" -utenant 45 103
A mi. u. t. Iii a
vl lr.'.i.n to pay, ttc, of
' I !.i;f, i.-:i' ' 10 13
Regimental O 1 iv'errr. t-f r. in a 1-
d tion fi p iy, etv of Lieutenant 10 2G
Th tte a'. v. we have not inserted the fraction
al iif- of d- 11 1 r. for cmveiiience bake, in this
in itter of lu little itupoi t.in"0.
TU. I'.V THE r.iUKKOF I.ir.fTFNAXT.
first '-oif.-iin dviiot
per month of
nrtillerv an I infantry, and
of dragoons and rifle-
If!', it . II' t v v .
ii ii'tes th" fay y
ou ! o!. i lie seeoii'i coiumn i
r month of liglit artillery aud of
:i when mounted
and '."hief I'-igl-T, cacli
: Svrg--iat of ' c-,mp-!iv
:-..il Srewird-i. .
-"t''M .'. 1
F.tiiici'1 and R!ack:
In a 1 lition to f!;e
stated, one ra-
ti nt t" i n iv an 1 a:i abun laut supp.v
r Illing' i aii-'weo t every soiii:er. iuaner.
f ie ' a'i I rn -iiii; ll attend i'.jc are alway ; provided
bv tlie Gover.imfi.t without deduction from the
s Vd ! p t;-. If i"I lo r ! juld become disabled
in the lim of his lu:ie, the law provides for him
f pension, or he rn v, if he prefer it, obtain ad-m;--ii'H
into th- Miiitvry Asylum, which willaflbrd
bita a cot i'oi t.dde home v long as he may wish
to r-e-ive it benefits.
To the above pay for private soldier must be
a t led the additional $i a month to lie pi'nl during
ei vice, the Sl( bounty at the end of the war,
wiii'-h Iih already been pro vi led for, and the uar
ter section of lani that Congrtss will provide for
at ii coming es.ion. The bounty and land apply
to officers ;ifd privates alike.
a. bleust. 4c oo-,
PLYMOUTH, IND. I
.WING ju-t received a fresh supply ofevr-ry j
4 article in our line of tr ide, onsisting mainly j
of Diu.'., Medicines, Faints, Oils, Dyv Stuffs, j
irni!i, Vii-h-s, Perfumery, Yankee Notions, j
Gl iss. Stationery, Pure .Medicines and Liquors for!
M Hein il purose only, to which we respectfully I
inviic the aite'ition of thiacoiumuuity. Wc have j
al -to, on hand a stock of I
2?L O O
Te i, C. Tee, Sugar, Tobaeeo, Cigars, etc. Tobe!
dis M-cdof at very reasonable figures.
Within a few da v pa-t , we have received from
Pitt.'.biiib audNtw York a large amount of
Ksroseno and Coal Oil!
A X n I. AMPS! !
or bnnrag; th .uie,of re ysize and style with
or with ut shide-. We ai e alo agents for all
of tho div. Phyicians rrescriptions carefully
put up at all ho.ri of thi night, by an xperienced
We earnestly 'invitethe public to favor us with
a ".ill, examin our sto k, and become convinced
of tue fact that we are doing a liberal business.
G.HLAIN & Co.
Plymouth, Ind., March 290,, jfi'J.
Leiters Of Administration.
Notice is hereby given t at the undersigned 1ms
this diy taken out letters or adminis'ration on agents, iney can sen cneaper man any uuicrcsiao
t!ie estate of Z1L11 Vvinget, late of Mai shall coumy lishment in Northern Indiana. In regard to the
.t- a ..t s .l estate is sunnosod to be so'veut. execution of their work, they are willing to corn-
- - ? . .
sni.nU) PEAR MAN.
REEVE Sl CAPRON,
Attorneys and Notaries, FIvmouth, Morshall Co.f
f ml., practice In Marshall an! adjoining coun
ties. RrVMsto Rahcnck k Co., Phelpf, Dodge
A; Co.,NVw York, CooI-y.Farwell k Co., Goul.l
k Tiro., Chicago. Loudon Co., Fhila., Graff
Benette k Co.. Pittsburgh, Hon. A. L. Osborn,
Circuit Judge, La port, lml.
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, Knox,
Collections, Tax paying' and examination of
Titles, promptly attended to. n3-ly
DR. T. A. BORTON,
Physician and Surgeon, office over Pcrshings k Co.':
Drug Store, in Dr. A. O. Borton's Dental
Rooms. Michigan street, east side corner of
Gano, where he may be consulted durin offic
j J. J- VINA' 1,
J Homeopathic Physician. Particularattentionp.iid
j to obstetric practic, and chronic diseases f
women, and diseases of children, ofiice over C.
Palmer's Ptore, corner Michigan and Laporte
! tsreets, whe he maybe consu'ted at all hours.
DR. O. BAIRD.
Graduate of Jeflerson Medical College,) resi
ence ain't ofiiee near ?hilts Mill. Uremen, Ir.d.
lonl ifit iv
DR. A. O- BORTON.
Surgeon Pentist. Plymouth, Ihdiana. Whole or
putial sett of Teeth inserted on the most ap
proved plans. Special attention paid to the
pre-ervition of the natnral teeth, and irregular
itv of Children': teeth corrected. Fan era and
Jüiieult teeth extracted with or without Chloro
form. Can be consulted at hisollice at any time
except on Mondays and Tuesdays.
ffice in Fershinrs block, up stairs, corner of
Michigan and Gano strcots.
Plymouth, Ind. W. C. Edwards, Proprietor.
A . Gamlrill proprietor, situate1
the P. Ft.W.fc CR. oV. k C. U.K..
Plymouth, Ind. Meal all hours of the day and
everything necesssary for the comfort of guests.
La Porte street, near the Depot, Plymouth, lud
God Fare, Low Bills, ami every attention paid
to render the stay of all who patron e the Fnr
mers'agreeable. Good and conrcme bling
for those having horses.
vln2i1v JOBSHORT, Proprietor.
B. DICKSON &, Co.
Dealer in hardwars of every description, also,
ptores, tin, shee t iron, and copper w are.
BUCK &, TOAN,
Dealers in Hardware of every description, and
manufacturers of Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper-
ware, Michigan street.
l)rv CSoods S: (irocorios.
D. MC WILLIAMS,
Dealer in staple and fancy day goods, grocerie,
etc., west side Michigan street, Plymouth, Ind
Dealer in starde aiul fancy dry rood and proceric?
west side Michigan street, Plymouth. Ind.
RICE &, SMITH.
Dealers in Maple and lancy dry goods, famil
proeeri s etc, one door south of the Edwards
house. Plymouth. Ind.
Dealer in dry goods ofa'l kinds, rocerics, wares
etc., Micliigan strict, Plymouth, Ind.
D.a'erin Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., south
La Porte street.
NUSSCAUM cl DAVIDSON,
Dea'er in Groceries and PiovisieiH, east hideof
J. F. VAN VALKENSURGH,
Manufacturer and Dealers in Hoots and Shoes,
first i-oor above the Rank Ruilding.
Dealer in boots and shoes, manufactui e all kind
of home work in his line, Michigan street, Fly
G. BLAIN & Co.
13 J Drugpistsand confectioners, west side of Michigan
street, Plymouth, lud.
T. A. LEMON.
De.iVr in drugs, medicines, notions,
magazines, papers, etc., north side
street, Ph mouth, lud.
JOHN M öHOEMAKER,
Dealer inw. tches, clocks and jewelry, Plymouth
Ind., keeps constantly on hand clocks, watches
breast pins, ear rins, finger rings, lockets, etc
Clocks and watches, etc., rcpa!red in the bes
manne r possible.
Real estate agent and notary public, office in
rkson'g hardware store, Plymouth, Ind.
Draws deeds, mortgages, bond, and agree
ments, sells lands, examincstitlesand furnishes
abstracts of the same, paystaxesand redeems
laud void for taxes.
J Sa rberi "JjV-
Harber and hair dresser, (West ide Michigan
street over Pattersons store) Plymouth, ,Ind.
Everything in the above business attended to by
Die in the best style,
C HASLANGER Sl BRO S,
Manufacturers of wagons, carriages etc. lllack
Smithing, painting cud graining done to order
N. B. KLINGER.
Proprietor " Hucken e Livery," opposite Edwards
lloiM"', Flvmoiirh, Ind. iil271y
SMITH & M'KIMENS
Have opened a shop of the above deeription in
PLYMOUTH, on Center street, south of La
Porte street, where they are prepared to manufac
ture all kindsof
Monuments, Tomb Stones,
Head Stones, all lizcs and forms,
Marble Tops, Counter Stabs,
&e., 4c. As they do all their own work them
selves, ind arc at but little expense for hands or
' . .. .11 i .1 .1
.nare it with thtofany other establishment in this
aiDIS MABBLE WORKS
Sign of the G-olden Boot,
rxx i5i sold i oisrvr. ahovj: cost.
AT THE SIGN OF THE G-OLDEN BOOT,
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCKS OF BOOTS & SHOES!
Kvor L5rou;lit to Plymouth !
"CUSTOMERS will find at my store, cast side
Ladies , uentlvmen Uoys ; .Miist, and Children d car, together with a large stock of
O-I will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for LESS MONEY, tlun any Dry Goods store, or
any other establishment in Plymouth.
01 will Warrant all my Work, both Eastern and llome-Madr and mend all that rips free of charge.
UI have a very large stock, and am bound to sell at prices to suit the hard times.. rfj
A Large stock of LEATHER AND FINDINUS always kept on hand.
The Highest Market Price in Cash Paid for Hides.
FIvmouth, Indiana, Apiil 23, 1SG1 13tf
Daily and Weekly
IXDIAXA STATE SESTIXEL.
" Here let the press the peop'c ' tights minlain,
Unawcd by influence and unbought by gain."
The Daili and Weekly State Sentinel are the
ecognized organs of the Democracy of Indiana.
As it has in the past, the Sentinel will continue
to advocate those principles and measures which
arc best calculated to advance the 1 .ppincs?, the
prosperity and the freedom of the people f rom all
unjust and unnecepsarr restraints. While cheer
fully sustaining the Government as loyal citizens
i should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en
croachments upon popular rights and the true prin
ciples of constitutional liberty. The freedom of
speech and the freedom of the pretsare necessary
to preserve ami secure free institutions. When
these nre struck down, no maf ter what may be the
apology therefor, from that day dates the decline
of American liberty. In order to form a more
perfect union, estaulisa lusnce, injure Hmnwuc
! tranrpiilily, provide for the common defense, pro-
I mote the general welfare and secure tlie blessings
ot lihertv to ourselves ana po-acmv, me rcminti wiin unerring eeriainry, ami in a very snort lime,
will fearlessly scrutinize and approve or condemn, That afivr all other medicine have proved useless
as it believes the put die goo 1 requires, all hums- , they relic vo
ures of the State and National Adm nitrations. I " i.ivr.R coMri. UNT,
It will ever keep in view the distinction between j and restore the health an 1 strength of thesulferer.
supporting the Government and the venal acts of that sitk ff.mai.kr,
those -vlio represent the Government. And we j w ho have languished for years in helpless weak
appeal for the support of aU Ii desire to r.iar.i- ncss and despondency, recuperate with great rapid
tain a pure Constitutional Government, and con-! iry under their invigorating operation. That all
tinue for ourselves and our posterity the gloriom ' sexual disabilitieg are removed bv their cordial an 1
heritage of free institutions, won by the valor and gentle stimulating properties. 'I hat thev recruit
framed by the wisdom and integrity of tho men shittkrki constititions,
who yd edged their Ii res, their fortune? and their however they may have b:en trifled with a abused;
sacred honors for liberty and independence. j that their direct tendency is to lengthen life, and
For the purpose of extending the circulation of rende it enjoyable. Thatnperatingdirectlv upon
tho Daily and Weekly Indiana State Sentinel, its the poison of the disease in the Ä'W they
proprietors solicit every Deiuoer.it, every fiiei.d of cacsk soon to iikai.,
sound and conservative National principles to aid nnti discharge from the st stem, every taint ofSerof
them inth.it object. It n needless to urge the j ,,i;,( whether hereditarv"or otherwise. That they
importance of the press as an agency in siM i:n- j rkcriit thk dkbimtatko,
ing a party organization and securing the success ' nnd there is no disease of the Stomach and Row
of its Principles, and Representative men. Tlie j (is, the Liver and Nervous Stcm, the Skin,
Sentinel will take for its political guide the Na- ; Glands or Muscles,
.... f . l.l.i'.. I .
tional an-1 Mate Democratic i i iiioniis an i earn-
advocate the tuincinles and noliev thev I
The Sentinel will, also.be a general newspaper.
a i , 9
It will contain the 1 itest I elegraphic INew. Irom
all parts of the world, a full and correct rcp
the Eastern Catllc Mirkets and the General
Markets of all the principal cities of the Union ;
Foreign and Domestic int. liigenee ; Congressional
proecedings ; full report of l he Legislative Fro
cecdings of our oar Stat- ; Interesting Tales,
Literary and Heligiotw .Miscellany ; Inventions
and Discoveries; Decision, in the Supreue Court
of the State and the Federal, Circuit and District
Courts, with notices of their arguments and pro
ceedings ; the local news of ihe various counties of !
the State, w hich w.ll be ot general interest ; the
Commercial and Financial Intelligence, articles
upon Agriculture and Science, and editorial re
views at d comments upon the current topics of the
Wi'.h a view of obtaining accute information
from every section of the State, we solicit our Read Dr. Koback's Special Notice? and Certifi
fiiends to give in such important fads from their j c:ltes, published in a conspicuous part of this Fa
rn ighborhoood as they ru iy deem worthy of trans- jH.r from time to time.
mission. j Dr. Uoback's Medic a! Aim mac and Family Ad-
The Daily and weekly State Set tmel are the viser, containing a great variety of interestiii" and
best mediums for advertisers 111 the state, their
circulation extending to even part of it.
The Sentinel Steam Printing Establishment is
the most como'cte in the State, being amply sup
plied with every variety of plain and ornamental ,
type from the best founders 111 the country, ana
with presses expressly designed and purchased for
executing all the different classes of tine Hook nnd
Job Printing. We respectfully solicit o-ders from
pur friends throughout the State, and will guaran
tee thatall work entrusudto us shall be done with
oromptness and accuracy, on the first quality ot
paper, with the best of ink, an4 in such a style as
must gi e entire satisfaction.
The low terms upon which we offer to furnish
the Daily and Weekly Sentinel, will not permit us
to employ agents, and we therefore solicit our
friends in cverv neighlmrhood to exert themselves
to send us subscribers. Specimen copies will be
sent whenever required.
Daily Sentinel, one year. . . .
" six months .
" one month .
Weekly Sentinel, one copy one year $1
''on copies to cue address, and one to the
maker of the club I0- 00
Tw entv copies to one address, and two to the
mäker of the club 20 00
Thirty copies to one address, and one copy
of the Weikly and one of the Daily, to
the maker of "the club 30 00
Fifty copies to one address, and two copies
of the Weekly and two of the Daily. . ..Ml 00
Adiptioiis can be made to clubs at any time at
the above rates. Where the paper is addressed to
each subscriber separately, the extra copies will
not be sent.
No paper sent without pre payment, or continu
J ed longer than paid for. Address :
ELDER, IIARKNESS& III NGIL M,
if gat itotircs.
At tn?Iiiiiiit JVot io.
State of Indiana, Jlfarthall C-ounttf, SS:
In Justice's Court.
John Coil, i
vs Complaint on Attachment.
Th" plaintiff in the slove entitled cause has
filed with me his complaint 011 nttachmen', aud it
appearing that the defendant, Sylvester Heals, is
n non-resident of said county, nnd a summons hav
ing heen returned not served noon him, he is here
by notified of the filing nnd pendency of eaid
complaint, and that unless he apier, answer or de
mur thereto at the calling of Haid cause, on the
1 4th day of December, lHfil, at I II o'clock, a. in.,
said complaint will be heard and determined in his
absence. HENRY McFAKLIN, J. P.
n n n on
W OUT TT OF
of Miehitrm street, every description and kind ofj
i:. r a it i. .
SCAXDAXAYIAX REMEDIES !
The evidence in tho possession of Dr. Ro
back, which is at all times accessible to the public,
establish the follow ing
That the Pi.oooPi bifikr and Ri.ood Tills have
; been proved bv analv-is to
I contain no j
. contain no minfrat..
That they cure the almost universal complaint,
; ARl.-!NO from
i.Mrcr.iTins on onTioCTioNS or the
B 1.000 OR SKCRKTIOXS,
, in which they do not give prompt relief, (ifad-
' ministered before the very citadel of life has been
; invaded.) effect a painlrstand perfect cure.
Hear in irind t h a t tho S.-. viii v . ei v Vin . , r
Bi.ooo Fn.i.s are endorsed by the experience of
thousands of liiing wifne-sesjwho.in letters, affi
davits, medical works andbv word of mouth, pro
claim them to be the very best preparation of the
kind ever offered to the broken down victim of
ill health. They hunt disease through every a ve
nu.' and organ of tlie system, and expel it thor
oughly and permanently.
No one can doubt their superiority after one sin
gle trial they aie not only better, but in fact.
i-neaper man .111 oilier I MIS, lor 11 taKCS II
..l.... !..... ..... ...1. f 1 1 r ....
number of them to produce a better effect.
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Hlood Pu
rifier, $1 per bottle, or . per half dozen. Of the
Scandinavian Vegetable Hlood Pills, 25 cents per
. oox or 5 boxes for SI
1 valuable Medical information. can be had gratis nf
his Agents throughout the country
In dillicult or complicated Cases, Dr. Robaek
may be consulted personally or by letter enclosiii"
one stamp for the reply.
A NEW ARTICLE.
Dr. liolmck's Stomach I5ittrs.
A new and delightful Stomachic and Cordial,
f t giving true to tl e Stomach, and for the pre
vention of bilious complaints incident to ihe West
ern country. Try it.
Asa morning drink, to as-it digestion and re-
. lieve dyspepsia it has 11 ennal. Try it.
In flavor it is superior to all other Hitters. Tri
The formula of theie bitters, now (ISHl ) tlie
sole property of Dr. Roback, originated with one
of the oldc t.ind most euiMient Medical Practicion
ers of the West, and it is directly predicated on
the wants of the Western people.
Thee Hitters derive their stimulus from the
powerful tonic nature of the roots ami herbs of
which they are composed, and as they are, by al
laying unnatural cravings of the stomach, directly
the present proprbtor believes that in making
them widely known the pubiic: welfare issubserved.
It will soon be for sale by all Dr. Ro tuck's nu
merous Agents, an I at Hotels, Arc, the country
over. In the meantime, orders will be filled di
rect from Cincinnati in any quantity and at the
lowest rates. It is put up "in Quart Hot tics, and
securely pi ked in one doz. eases. Halfdo.. sam
ple eases will, however, be packed and sent to any
address, if desired.
RETAIL PRICE .! PER HOTTLE or 6 rou$.'.
Principal office and salesrooms, No fi I'atI'ourth
street, TM building from Main street, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Laboratory No. ll'J Hammond Etrcet.
ror sale in Marshall county bv Main .V Co., T
A. Lemon, Pershing k Co., FIvmouth; Robert
Cornwell k Co., Rourbon; D. W Stange, Rri
men; John Cb'ss, Jlourhon; Jonas Miller, Hre
meii, Jas. M. Wickizer, Argos; Peter Smith, U11
iontown; and Druggists aud Merchants gent ral
ly throughout the Union. 1'Jly.
Hats, Hats, Hats
CAPS, CAPS, CAPS !
('all at Davidson k Cr.
Clothing Store, for your
'a Wholesale and Retai
Tlie larg'H, c! enpcfit and best selected stock
ever iu tins market.
A I 1 'Uf. D. k Co.
r0 THE PEOPLE
OF THE UNITED STATESI1
In the month of December. 185?, the undersign
ed for the first time offetcd for sale to the public
Dr. J. Rovee Dods' Imperial Wine Bitters
and in this short period they have given such uni
versal satisfaction to the many thousands of per
sons ho have tried them that it is now an estab
lished article. The amount of bodily and mental
mi-ery arising simply from a neglect of small
complaints is surprising, and it is therefore of the
utmost importance that a strict attention to the
leat and most triflinc bodily ailment should be had;
for diseases of the body must invariably affect the
mind. The subscribers now only ask a trial of
i jr. ßoruß nons'
IMPERUL WINE BITTERS,
from all who have not used thm. We challenge
the world to produce their equal.
Theso Rittor for the cur of Weak FUoniach,
General Dibilitv. and for Purifying and Fnnch'ng
the Rlood, arc nhsolnfelv ni.urpased by an v other
remedy on earth. Tobe a-sured of this, it is only
necessary to make the trial. The Wine itself is
of a superior quality, being about one-third stron
ger than other wines; warming and invigorating
the w inde system from the head to tho feet. As
thes ' Ritters are tonie and alterative in their char
acter, so they strengthen an 1 invigorate the whole
system, and give a fine tone ami healthy action to
all it parts, by equalizing the circulation, remov
ing' btructions, and producing a genera! warmth.
Thev are also excellent fo- Diseases and Weak
nes peculiar to FEMALES, whore a tonic is re
quired to strengthen and brace the system. No
Ladv.wlo is subject to latitude and fnintness,
should he without them, as they are revivifying in
Will not only Cure, but Frf.vf.nt Disease,
and mi this respect are doubly valuable to the per
son who may use them. For
iVc:'.l. Lungs. Indigestion, Drspepsia, Diseases o
the Nervous System, Paraltis, Piles and lor al
eases requiring a Tonic,
Dr. Dods Celebrated Wine Bitters
Arc In Mir acI !
For Sore Threat, so common among the Clergy,
thev are truely valuable.
For the aged and infirm, and for persons of a
weak Constitution for Ministers of the Gospel,
Lawyers, and a 1 public speakers for Hook-Keepers,
Tailo: s,Seamstiesses,S ii .l( nts, ArtistMtnd all
persons leading a sedentary life, the w ill prove
Asa Leverage, they are wholesome, innocent,
an I delicious to the taste. They produce all the
exhilarating effects of 1: nm.lv or Wine, without
intoxicating ; and arc a valuable remedy for per
son. addicted to the use of excessive strong drink,
and who wih to refrain from it. Thev :re pure
and entirely free from the pouoins contained in the
adulterated Wines and Liquors with which the
couii'rv is Hooded.
These Hitters not only CURE, but PREVENT
Disease, and should be iwed by all who live in a
country where the water is bad, or where Chdls
and Fevers are prevalent. Reing entirely inno
cent and harmless, they may Le given freely to
Children and Infant? with impunity.
Physicians, Clergymen, and temperance advo
cates, a, an act of humanity, should assist in
spreading those trull valuable HI ITERS over the
land, and thereby essentially fid in banishing
Drunkenness and Disease,
Ix alt. Affections of the IIeai. Sick
IIead:itli(, oi Nervous IIeatl:b"hp, Dr.
Pods' Imperial Wine Uitters will be
f. mi ml to be mostsa lutary and Efliea
cious. F K M A I, S .
The many certificate, which have been tendered
i. and the letters which we are daily receiving,
arc conclusive proof that among the women these
Hittet shave given a satisfaction which no others
have ever done before. No wotran in the land
jdiould be without them, and thoe who once use
them will not fail to keep a supply.
Dr. Rorec It o its'
Imperial Wine Bitters
Are prepared by an eniinei t a-,d skillful physician
who has used tliera suceessfully in bis practice for
theluit twenty-live years. "I he proprietor, before
pureh isiii'r the eehiive riht to m inufactiire and
si ll Dr. J H'vee Dods Celebrated Imperial Wine
Hitters, had them tasted by two distinguished medi
cal practitioners who pronounced them a valuable
remedy for disease.
Although the medical men of the country, as a
general thing disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet
we do not believe that a respectable Physician can
be found in the United States, acquainted with
their medical proprieties, who will not highly ap
prove DR. J. ROVEE DODS' I.MPERI A L WIN E
In all newly settled places, where there is al
ways a large U..inity of decaying timber from
which a poisonous miasma is created, these bittcis
should be used every nvirnirg before breakfast.
Ir. JT. Botcc SfceK'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of a pure and unadulterated Wiae,
combined with Harbe'rrv. Solomon's Seal. Comfrev.
Wild Cherry Hark. Spikenard, Chamomile Flowers
and Gentian. I he;. a:e manufactured bv Dr. Dods
himself, who is an expetici ced an successful Phy
sician, am' hence should not be classed among the
quack nostrums which Hood the country, and
against which the Medical Profession arc so justly
These truly valuable Hitters have been so thor
oughly tested by all cla-ses of the community for
almost every variety of diseases incident to the hu
man system, that they are now deemed undispen-s.-ible
TONIC, MEDICINE AND BEVERAGE.
tirch:ic One Iloltle!
ItCo-ts but Little! Purify tho Hlood! Give
Tone to the Stomach! Renovate the
Si stem! and Prolong Li fe !
Price 1,00 per bottle; 6 for $5,00.
Prepared and sold by
CHARLES WIl) I Fl ELD 6 Co..
78 Vu.Li.iM SrsEET, NEW YORK".
J7" For sale bv Druggists and Grocers generally
throughout the country. augb-St'ly
H ICkOK Y ' (!B0V NIIKSERIES,
At the head of Hroadivay, 2 miles above tho
Oliver House, Toledo, Ohio, would
call the attention of
Tree Healers fc IVnierymeii
In want of Tree's and Tlants fear the fall trade, to
their stock, which is very large and promising,
consisting of nearly 200 acre, closely se t, ami hav
ing but a limite-d trade, they arc enabled to fill or
ders with healthy trees, not exposed to the usual
perils attending shipments from eastern nurseries.
Having !2.r acres of Apple trees, four years from
the graft7 will enable them to wttisir parties w ho
value fruit trees, like timber, according to siz3.
The yo'ingersto k is almost unlimited, very ihrif
tv and fine. Send for a trade list.
" Ofiiee on 2d floor Hi ce-d's Hlock, one minute's j
walk from K. K. lepot. It aiisent, inquire oi
Bieeel Hro's, or P. T. Hamm k Co. on 1st lloor.
Address II ALL. STEHHINS k CO.
A few careful, energetic Agents w ill fin 1 employ
PRINCE OF V LE 3
THAN EVER !
c aro o rceeirirg our
FALL AND WINTER
comprising most everything in the
ADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S LINE,
sec if a a
and a gjeat many
To Numerous to Mention !
Dress and Business Coats,
i lllack ami Fancv caslmere Pants,
tweed, Jeans and Satinett
Black and Fancy
Silk Vests, of every description.
Also a full supply of
and a general assortment of
Hats and Caps,
üMBR E L LAS.
Tegether with the above we have
T.f JIj O Ji'.V O SHOP
where we are prepared to make
ALL KINDS OF
oxj o t 33: i jr g-
Warrant You a Good Fit!
A Full supply of
Taken at the
The Highest Market JPrtee'
S. & M. BECKE R,
LA PORTE AND MICHIGAN ST
April 17, 1661 -12tf
$nr Jorb UU'frtt$rmrnt$.
Something? loi the Time!
A NECESSITY is every HOUSEHOLD!
JOSI VS &: CROSLEY'S
A M E RICA N
CEMENT GLUE !
THE STRONGEST Gl.T'E I THE WORLD;
TI1K ril RIPEST GI.t'K IN IMF. MOULK;
THK JMsT I't'KAIIl.K Il.lEIV TU K U'ultLP;
THE ONLY KKLI ARLE lil.L'K IX THE WOliLli)
THK BEST ÜLUX IE THE WOULD.
American Cement Glue
is the only article of the kind ever produced w hicfi
Will Withstand Water.
It will Mend Wocd,
Save your broken Furniture.
It will Mend Leather.
Mend your Harness, Straps, Hclts. Boots. Lc
It will Mend Glass.
Save the piece? of that exjten&ive cut glass bottle
It will Mend Ivcry.
Don't throw- away that broken Ivory Fau, it If
It will IKend Chin.
Your broken China cups and saucers can be
made as good as new.
It will Mend Marble,
That piece knocked out of your marble Mantle
can be put on as strong as ever.
It wiil Mend Porce'a.ln,
No matter if that broken Pitcher did not cost
but a billing; a sdiillii.g saved is a shilling earned.
It will Mfnd Bine. Coral, Lava, and Li
fact every thing but Metals.
Any article cemented with American Cement
Glue will not show where it is mended.
" Every housekeeper should have a jply of
Johns Ä: Crosley's American Cement Glue'
New York Times.
" It is so convenie nt to have in the house."
New York Express.
" It is always ready ; this commends it to every
body." N. Y. Inde'petident.
" We have tri-dit. and find it useful in oar
ho-j.se as water." Wüke'a Spirit of the Time-i.
$10 per year saved in every family by one Bottle of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE!
Price 2" cents per Hottle.
Price 2.i cents per Hottle.
Price 2." cents per Hottle.
Price 2.') cents per Hottle.
Price 2." cents per Hottle.
Price 23 cents per Hottle.
Libsjal Reduction to Who!e3c.le Buyers.
LTFor Sale by all Drnjruljds, atid Storekeepers
generally tliroughuut the countiy.
JOHN'S A: CKOSLEY,
7? WILLIAM STREET,
Corner Liberty Street, NEW YCRK.
Important to House Cwneis.
Important to Builders,
lrrportant to Fail Ecad Companies.
Important to Farmers.
TO ALL Vt:nV lift MAI' COXrrUY, AD IT
cs r.us ; ':: j i.oi:
i:irr.oVi:n cu tta ri:it n
CFMENT OOFIXG !
The chea est and most Durable Roofing in use.
IT IS FIRE AND WATER FRCOF.
It can be applied to new and i!d Hoofs of all
kinds, ste e p or flat, and to Shingle Roofs without
removing the Shingles.
The Coit only about cne-third that of TIN
and it i TWICE A3 DURABLE.
This article has !.. en thoroughly tested in New
York City and all parts of tlie ('listed S'atc.-., Can
ada, Wot Indu s ard Ce utrel and South America,
on builiiir.g of all kinds. 5ii h as Factories, Foun-
dries, Cln;rcl. es. I'.nho i.l ). jK.t, Car, and on
public building grre rai: v, ('ovcrnmcnt Huil.iings,
JLe., by the pmeiiul Huilders. Architects and oth
ers, elm ing the' the past foi.r ear-, and h.is pro e cd
t be the CHEAPEST and RIost Durable Roof
ing iu use: it is in eierv respect a FIRE, W .
TER, nd TIME PROOF covering for roof of
1 his is the ONLY material manufactured in
the United States, which com! ines the very desi
rable propcrtie-s ed Elasticity ami Durability, which
are universally ai kiio.ilcelgcd to be possessed bv
Gutla Tcrcha sind Imiia Rubber.
No HEAT is re-juircd in making application.
Tlie expone of applying it i trilling, as an emli
uarv Hoof can be con red and finished the same
It can be applied by sny one,
and when tinihe'd forms a ieiiec:lv fire proof tur.
face, with an elastic liody, i hielt cinnot lc injure-il
! licit, Cold or Storm-, shr nking of roof boards
nor any external action whatever.
LIQUID GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT,
For coating Metals of all kinds when exposed to
the actiou of the weather, and
Tor Prcscivinsand Repairing Metal Roofs
OF ALL Kin Do.
This is the only Composition, known which will
5iiccessfnlly rcsi.-t vvtremei-hawgesof c'imatcs for
any length offline', wl.rn applied to metal, to
which it adhere1 firmly, forming a tody equal to
three coats ef paint, costs much lets, and wiilLt
three times as lone; and from its listicity is rot
injured by the contraction and expansion t.f 'J in
and other Metal RHifs.e ou-cijuciit upon tho ud
den changes of the weather.
It will not crack in cold or run in warm weather
and will not wa-h 1V.
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can be readily
repaired with Gutta Fercha Cemeut, and pre,
vented fiom further correisiou and leaking, thereby
ensuring a perfectly water t-ght roof lor many
This Ceme nt i- peculiarly adapted to the pres
ervation of Iron Railings, Stow, Rai pes, Safes,
Agricultural Implements, A.?., also for general
Gutta Percha Cement,
For preserving and icpairii.g Tin and other Mi tal
Roots of every description, Irom its great IaMhity
m not injured by the tviitraction and expansion of
meta's. and w ill not e rat k in cold or run iu warm
Thee materials adapted to all climates, and we
are prepared lo ev. j y oilei-s from any partol the
country, at short notice, for OutU Percha Rimfmjj
iu rolls, ready pn psre'd for use, nnd Ci:tta Penh
Cement, in barrels, with full printed directions for
rii t Aiin !.
We will make liberal and Fatisfacteiry arrange
ments with i sjHinsilde parties who would like te
establish thenischcs in a lucratiie and permanent
OUlt TEHMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we claim in
favor of our Impiovcd Hoofing Mate-rials, Lavincr
sp.be-d them to several thousand roof in New
1 ola inv aim iciuiiy.
JOHNS & CR03LEY.
Wholesale Warehouse 78 William Streei,
Corner of Liberty street, NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will be fur
1. lfiCi Ua ait nny0317tf
at a fair commwion.
nished ou application. no-4Ily.