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Canker and Salt Rheum Syrup,
For Ui Car of Canker, Rait Rheum, F.rysipelaa, Scrof a
Jons Diseases, Cutaneous Kruptions, and every
, , kind of Disease arising from an
impure state of Lbe blood,
he mwt Xfeetive Blood Vrytrr of the Sixtentk Century
fie Sold by mil Medicine Dealer,
bold br (jBti.sr A Bftton. Milwaukee.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A G F.XTI.KMAX who suffered for years from Nervous
Debility Premature Decay, and all the effects of yonth
f ul indiscretion, will, for the sake of saff ering humanity,
end free to all who need it, the receipt and directions
tor winking the simple remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience
by addressing, in perfect conndence,
JOBS B. OUDKN,
Ho. 42 Cedar street. New York.
The Staooii and its Hanger.
The human brdy is chietly composed of tissues and
fibres as sonsitive to every change in the condition of
the atmosphere as the most delicate electrometer, or
the quicafilver in a barometer tube.
1 he stomach, the skin, the nerves, the lungs, and tie
the excretory organs sre especially liable to be affected
br these variations, and the best deiense against their
dwmsurous tendency is to keep the digestive machinery,
whi.-h feeds and nourisfies the whwe system, in good
"if 'tbafstonuch i -'weak or disordered neither the blood
nor the bile can be in a healthy state, and upon the
ti loess ot these two important fluids for the others
assigned to the in by nature, and the regularity of their
flow, health in a great measure depends Vk hen the
air is heavily laden with chilling vaiors, as it often is at
this season of the year, the digestion thould be an
object of peculiar tare. If it is weak and languid, the
whole physical structure will be enervated. If it is
vigorous, the entire organization will be strong to resist
the untoward and depressing influence of a damp and
vitiated atmosphere. . .
A pure and powerful tonic is therefore especially
needed as a safeguard gainst the diseases most com
mon in the spring, and Hostetters Stomach Bitters
being the most hjlesome and potent medicine of the
class a present known, a course of it is particularly
advisable at this period ot the year. The stomach will
thereby be t-med and strengthened, the liver and
bowels regulated, the nervous sy stem braced up, and
nature put in state of active deiense against the
miasma which snpenndnces intermittent and remittent
fevers, rheumatisms, nervous debility, headache, hypo
chondria and other complaints which are apt to assail
the un toned end nntortitied organizations. 1 be body
is strengthened without eiciting the brain, and conse
quently no unpleasant reaction loliows its reviving and
renovating operation. . .
OF THK AGE.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
you may consider thi a sort of spi
needing, but 1 mean every word ot it. i I
there. When your system is racked sntn
pain, and yon cannot even turn yourself in bed. or srt tlng
In a chair, you must sit and suffer, in the morning wish
ing it was nigbt, and at night wishing it was morning.
tu you have
when every nerve in your being is like the sting of a
wasp, circulating the most venomous and hot poison
around your heart, and driving yon. to the very verge of
madness : When yon have the
that I have Just got through witb.1 that most awfal,
most heart-withering, most strength destroying, most
spirit-breaking and mind-weakening of all diseases that
ean afflict our poor human nature. When yoa have the
lying and writhing in agony and pain, enable to turn
yourself in bed. and every movement will go to youi
heart like a knile; now tell me. if relief and cure of any
of these diseases in a few days is not the Greatest
Medical blessing of the Age, teu ns wnat is i
DIRECTIONS TO USE. Ton will take a tablespoon,
ful and three spoonfuls of water three times a day, and
in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
pain will be cussoivea ana pass on ny ine aianeya.
Manufactured by . IMINAIJ) KENNEDY.
WHOLE KALE AcrXTS. Fuller. Finch k Fuller, lord
k Smith, K. P. Dwyer k Co.. burnbams k Van Schsack.
Hurlburt A Kasall. 1 oiman King, t.nicago; uim a
Button. Kice A Kising. Hosworth A Son, Dob men A
Schmidt, Mdwaukee: McCulloch A Met ord. LaCrosse
Koyes Bros., St. Faul; Collins iiros., Z. K WetceL
Meyers riros., St. Louis; Moore A Tarbet. Zunkenun A
At retail by all druggists.
SIMULA. ELMLLLBUS CUSA3JTUE
Kiva proved, from the most ample experience, an of"
r.M ..... 4i,.r.iv ...i i-. Twrftlv sdr.uted to popu
lar ass so sin'ple thnt mistakes cannot be made in
usiug :hem ; so hi rail ess as to tie free from danger, and
s.1 eeincnt as to be nlw.iys relHhle. They have raised
the highest commendation from all, and will always
raiider aau&.actun. .
Kcs. . ' Con8;
1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations. 25
2. . " Worms. Warm Fever, Worm Colic 2a
Cryine-Cullf, or T eething of Infanta...
Diarrbn n of Children or Adults
Dysentery, Oriping, Bilious Colio
C'okuh, Co'.ds, Bronchitis -
NeorrJaia, Toothache, Faceache
IIcadacUt-M, Sick Headache, Vertigo...
Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach
Suppressed or Painful Periods..... .....
Whites, too profuse Periods.
( roup. Cough, Difficult Breathing
Salt lilicntn, Krysipelas, Fruptions......
Rheumatism,' Rheumatic Pai-is
Allthr ahnrr arr VIA "tilt tHrrcttunr, cvn-
taiir double qHumtiiir rarhtJ'tr '
1 KefolloriiMi ore alm put up im zials and art tent at tht
am priem givm belotc.
Fever and Ague. Chill t ever, Agnes oo
Pile, Blind or Bleeding ; K
Opthalniy, and Sore or Weak Eyes. W
Catarrb, Acute or Chronic, Influenza 5u
Wbfopin Const, Violent tough. Ui
Asthma, Opprc-sed Breathing tt
Ear Discharges, Jmaaired Bearing 60
Scrcfcta, Enlarged Glands, Swellings St)
(General Debility, Physical Weakness... Lu
Drorv, and Scanty Secretions S
Sea-Sicknens, Sickness from Riding 6ti
Kidney-Dieais Gravel 50
Nervoui Debility. Seminal Euiis-
ttians. Involuntary Discbarges. 1 00
Sore Month, danker 50
Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed. 6e
Pahtiiil Periods, with Spasma. !u
Strf lerl-nss at change cflife lft)
Epilepsy, Spisms, f- L Vitus' Iance 1 00
. DipUterta, Ulcerated Sore Throat. S?
i : ' :- FAMILY CASES . '
Of to 60 large vials, morocco or ro-.--wood
caw, eoiuaiiiinjt a speciKf lor
evrf ortlinarv f;ense a liimily is
unhiiMr Ia. ami kiuiktti .lilt'CI ili:s .
From 51 10 to35
Smaller Fninilv and 'traveling- cases. wii!i
to2BViais - - From to
fipaouies fr a' J'rivnte Diseases, both lor
Curing and t'ree.le ucaJmcnt. in
viais and pocket cases from to
('ares Rnrns, Itrniw-, Iimeitess, Soreness,
Sore Tliroal. Spraiu- Toothache, l-jxrni-lie,
NeuraJria, Rbeuiiiaiikiii, I .miibatio, I'iirs,
iioiis, IMings, Soro lOyes, i(l.--eli-;i of the
I Aiutrn, , NiHnaiki or ot l ilea. Corns,
fleers. Old fcore.
- Itiee, 8 oz, SO cents; Pints, SI .00: Quarts,
HP-These Remedies, except FOXD'S EXTR CT,
by the case or single bo . are sent Ui sny p.irt of the
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the price.
AXX U-.MLK8 MTBT BE ADDRESSED
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Office and Depot, No. 5u2 Sco.uiway, New Vork.
Witt stT.K TtV ALL, DRrfWiLSTS.
Wholesale Agents. Bcrnhams A Van Schaaek
Hurlourt A Edsall, Chicago, 1 ils. ; Jenks A tnfrdon,
tt. Paul, Minn. : Brown, Webber A Graham, tit. Louis,
Ma ; Farrand. Sheley A Gov, Detroit. Mich.
All Persons who are A ffiictei with
Or any of its Early Stages, such as a
COUGH, COLD, OR BRONCHITIS.
We offer a sore remedy, and rive you evidence for
proof that cannot be disputed. We will also warrant
the remedy to give satisfaction, or the money will be
it is the remedy that can show more genuine evidence
of merits than any other 'Balsam, Cough or Lung
Bemedy ever offered to the public
Mrs. Amy Kekxebt, writes from Painesville, Ohio,
that she was twenty-four years afflicted with Asthma
ana Bronchitis; Doctors ail to cure:
"In taking up one of your Almanacs, I read of the
wonderful cures by the use of Allkn k Balsam.
I was suffering much at Hie time with Asthma and
Bronchitis. I thought I would try a bottle of it. I did
so, and was relieved in a few days, sethat I could sit up.
I am atxty-tive years of age. It is now twenty-four years
since I have been so afilicted, and I have been doctored
by many different physicians : have also taken a num
ber of bottles of Jayne's Kipectorant; and I have never
taken anything that has done me so much good as your
Lung Balsam. I can not express the gratitude 1 feel.
I have not felt as well tor many years. I am so much
better that I wanted you to know it . and I thank yon
many times for the beneht your medicine has been
David Kioekbmtth, of Ellsworth, Pierce Ca.Wis
writes us. He says that be was sick for three years with
ft hard. -dry cough, and, at times, a pain in the aide and
breast, until last November.
"1 was taken wit b severe pains m my breast. I called
a doctor, who told me it was Consumption, and there
was no relief for me. and I must die that my right lung
was entirely gone. I laid for a month in despair, think
i tha I i.inst leave iDi little family in this wicked
world without care and support. md f" b-ittUm f
J,Hr4 ExftrttoroMf ad ol no relur. until in r ebruary
I happened to get one of your A lmanaoa. and read of the
merit of A IXEN'B Lrxo BaJ-Sam I sent to Ked Wing,
Winn-, and got two bottles of it, and through its happy
effect I was brought to my feet again."
fjf Sold by all Medicine Dealers afj
Sold at Milwaukee by H. BoswOKTH k Soss Gheexe
A Button, Ku e i liisrvn, Hkasf. Bbor., Dohkxh,
bcHMlirr A Co, and all Milwaukee Druggists.
TO CONSUMPTIVE S .
Tne Advertiser, having been restored to health 1 j a
few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having srff .
1 several yean with a severe lung affection, and ti,jt
dread disease. Consumption, is aniious to make known
to bis fellow sufferers, the means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy ot the pre
ertptaoa need (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will had a
Buax Ooaa rm Oosschptioh, Astkxa. Bronchitis,
ota. The object of the advertiser in sending. the pre
aeription to benefit the atSicted, and spread informa
tion which be conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes
ravy eanerer will' try kis remedy, as it will east them
Cmng, and assy prove a blowang
Parties wishing the prescription will please aidress
Rrr. F4JWARD A. WIi,SOX
. . . Williamson. K maw Countv, New York.
of Sfn lor remale fanplaints, the af-t and moat
reliable remedy ever known. vV .rrantod in all cases.
PnneWli with I ;rcrtjM.sent bye press to any address,
C. asAJibFllOD. M. 1).. hu Mam fet. Worcester, Mass.
Itch ! Itch ! ! Itch ! J
SCRATCH SCRATCH!! SCRATCH Si!
AVhratou's Olntnj eat
In from 10 to 48 bonis
Cnres The Itch.
Cures Toll rr.
Cures Harbrrw Itch.
Cures Old SMireau
Cure mrtrt) kind of Asssov fib
- Price, 50a a box i.by mait, 9Co
K.'Sme. WRRCS A POTTF.R. 170 Washington St ."
feral le hy ail Druggists. Boston. Uui
II- -Maiikfield'H Tarklnh Syrup, warranted to
cure Seminal vt eaknea ai.d srmatorrha I nre .t
Sent by express to any address. .. MANbtlKLD.
M. D.. Ill ilain Street. Worcester. Mass.
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A MISER'S WILL
Valued at $300,000 Left to
the United States Government—The
Testator Wants it Applied to the
Payment of the Public Debt.
A Jew daya ago Mr. George Fox, a re
tired gentleman, considered very wealthy,
died in his residence. 517 Third avenue.
Fie had a parsimonious reputation, and was
known to old resident as the niier of the
Third avenue. It was not known that he
had any relatives. The circumstances of
tlis death were duly repo- ted in the Sun.
It was stated that he had left a large
amount of property. After the funeral a
most remarkable will turned up. The old
man, though a democrat, had heen a
staunch supporter of the government. He
had invariably denounced any expression of
secession s?n timet. ts, and had taken a great
interest in the payment of the national debt.
Mr. Fox's will was recently sent to Sur
rogate Hutchins for probate. It is as fol
lows In the name of God. amen. I, Charles
Fox, or the citv and county of New Yci fc. in
the Statu of Xew York, being of aonnd mind
and memory, and com-idei imr the oncer ait. ty
of this frail' and transitory hie, do therefore
make, ordain, pnblieb, and declare this to be
my laet will and testament. That is to ear,
tiret, after all my lav.Iul debts are paid aud
discharged, the residue of my lawful estate,
real and personal, I give, bequeath and dis
pone of as follows, to-wit: To ttio Govern
ment of the United States at Waj'liiiifrtou,
District of O -lurabia, for th- purpose of as
sifting to discharge the debt contracted by
the war for the tntjngation of the rebellious
Omifr derate S'.ates. tlio property located on
Third avenue, and the lour-etory house in
the rear of said lot, also known an 515 Third
avenue, likewise I give and bequeath
the house aud lot 517 Third avenue;
also, my piece of land on Fisk ave
nie, in Queens county, and town of
Newton, consisting of and containing 1 49 100
acret; also, forty acres of land in the State of
Iowa. Linn county, location N. E. i, N. W. i,
9.86, 6 40 acres; likewise -the one-half of
hmseand lotloTitt street; also, the one
half of forty acres of land located by my
mother in Linn county. State of Iowa. S. E.
i of S. E. i, 7.66, 5.40 acres. Likewise, I
make constitute and appoint David Haves
and A. H. Brummell to be executors of this
my last will and testament, hereby revoking
all former wills by me made. In witness
whereof I have hereunto subscribed my
name and affixed my teal.
L. S. Chaulls Fox.
The above written instrument was sub
scribed by the late Chailes Fox in our pres
ence, acknowledged by him to each .f ns,
and he at '.he same time rmimxiied and de
clared the above instrument so subscribed to
be his last will and testament, and we, at the
testator's request and in his presence have
signed our names as witnesses Hereto, ami
written opposite our names our respfctive
places of residence.
A H. BncuMtLi.. 416 GreeEe St., New York.
David Hates, 2j3 Henry St.
Julv 1C. 1804.
The property thus willed to f he govern
ment is worth between three and four hnn-
dred thousand dollars. Surrogate Hutch-
ings issued the nsual notice to all concerned.
Meanwhile the Sun containing the an
nouncement of Mr. Fox's death had been
carefully read in the upper story of a tene
ment house in Brooklyn, by three nephews
and nieces of the dead miser. They filed
their protest in the Surrogate's office, and
the case will soon come up before Surro
gate Hutchmgs. District Attoruev 1'ierre-
pont will appear in bthalf of the govern
ment. JSew lark van. iwft.
A Victim of Humbug
A vermont'young woman has been starv
ed to death on theory. Last August, Flora
Stoddard, then a healthy girl, went to
Brattleboro to live with her half-sister,
Mrs. George C. Haskins. A few weeks
ago she was removed by official interfer
ence in an emaciated and dying condition,
and is since dead. Mrs. Haskins had just
graduated at a "hygenic establishment,
and regulated ner -own Household upon
notions she had acquired there. The diet
of the eirl is described as follows: Break
fast, potatoes, raw apples, biscuits made
by Mrs. Haskins of water. ,4Uraham bran,
and potatoes without salt, and some apple
sauje without seasoning. Dinner differed
only in addition to beans stewed in water
and rice similarly prepared. There were
only these two meals per day. Salt, butter.
milk, penper, vinegar, and all kinds of
meat were strictly excluded. Under this
regime Flora, according to -Mrs. Ilaskius's
statement, "although at first turbulent,
got to be a pretty good girl; qnite docile."
A sister of the poor victim, -naving been
continually refused admittance, at length
obtained access, accompanied by a police
man. The dying girl, still fed "on eys
tern," was found in a fireless room. Siie
was promptly removed, medical advice
was summoned, and her last hours were
soothed by comforts to which she had long
been a stranger. Can only fatal experience
eep men and women from such fantastic
- xnenments t Must Unman lives b: sucri-
f eed to quackery and folly while the prin
ciples of health and the means of preserv
ing it might - be taught in every school
room. The general system of education is
at fanlt where people can grow up in such
An Incident—A Slight Mistake in the
From the Bordentown (N. J.) Register.
A few evenings ago, during the disa
greeable weather, two ladies, next door
neighbors, sat at their respective front
parlor windows, fronting our maia street
in anticipation of their lovers' ring at the
bell, whom they expected by the Philadel
phia train. - Now it so happened that bnt
one gentleman arrived in town on the night
in question, and he was the exclusive pro
perty of the lady whom we shall designate
as No. 2. - The yonng gentleman after
leaving the cars, hastened to meet his lady
love and through the darkness, with, per
haps, his eagerness to behold her, rang the
door bell of No. 1. Of course, lady No. 1
took it for granted that it was her expect
ant lover, and flew to the door to welcome
him. In the darkness neither could re
cognize the other, and in mute admiration
they embraced, calling each other endear
ing names, while innumerable kisses were
After the ardor ot their feelings had
somewhat subsided, the young gent was in
vited into the parlor, his hat and overcoat
laid aside, and a cozy chat indulged in for
some time. Presently the gas was turned
on in fulL Then follows a surprise. Both
stare at each other in wonder. At last an
explanation ensues, a hearty laugh follows,
and the young gentleman departs to meet
lady No. 2, who had waited long in hope,
and longed and hoped not in vain, on this
occasion. We understand lady No. 2 has
since petitioned to the Council for more
street gas lamps.
Miss Phkbe Cozzess, as a public speaker,
is thus aescrioea ny von x-iau: inis
young woman, who is studying law in Mis
souri, is, I should say, looking at her
through my opera glass, about twenty-one
years of age. She is tall, well-formed, and
possessed of a strikingly nanasome iace.
The chin rounds out a little too much, but
makes the base so necessary to a determin
ed character. The mouth, expressive
enongh, suffers from the chin, and inclines
to dish. The face is a fair oval, rather
long, and the nose, like Gen. Fremont's,
fails to assert itself sufficiently. Bat a
woman with a delicate complexion and a
glorious pair cf eyes, such as Miss Cozzens
has, is beautiful, ller hair is of the raven
hue, and her heavy eyebrows and lashes
give force to one of the most intellectual
faces I ever looked on. She approached
the stand with timid gracefulness, that
won all hearts before she said a word and
then assuming, apparently without debign,
an exquisite pose, she opened her lips and
the sweet voice came ringing ont like coins
dropped down a many-fathomed w ell.
A young lady recently applied for and
obtained a clerkship in a dry goods store
in Concord, N. IL, and availed herself
quite freely of the privilege of bnying at
cost price any goods she wanted for her
own nse. At the end of two months f he
resigned, and very soon after she was mar
ried, as also was her sister. It has since
trawrpired that she accepted the position
merely thatshe might buycheaply the liberal
supply of dry goods so mysteriously neces
sary on such occasions.
FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD
Take of criander, orris root, and cal
amus arom- Uus, four ounces each; of la
vender flow -erf, eight ounces; ef rhodium
wood, one ounce; and of musk, 20 grains.
Reduce to coarse powder, and bag it. The
recipe is said by good authorities to be an
Glycerine as an application to Rirns is
recommended by J. Fuchs. Through the
explosion of a spirit lamp the greater por
tion of nis face naci been covered witn raiu
er deep burns, which healed in a week by
the immediate and oft-repeated application
of glycerine, without producing blisters or
festering, or leaving any scar,
A physician, in a very sensible article
upon bathing, says: "ior tne wiud in
the stomach children are thought to have,
for their tiresome crying, and for the rest
lessness and worrying at night with wliicli
they are afflicted, if the warm bath wasre
sorted to oltener, and the dosing of sooth
ing sxrupsand worse nostrum less, it
would be "better for the children."
Top Dkesstxg Lasd. A correspondent
of the Free pert Journal says: A few years
ago I made an experiment that fully satis
lied me in regard to the way to apply man
ure. I had a piece of ground which I in
tended to put in wheat the next year. It was
plowed in the nsual manner. In the fall
I hauled out five or six loads of fine man
ure, and spread it on about an acre. The
piece of ground about eight acres was
Bowed in wheat the next spring, and at
harvest it stood at least a foot higher; and
more than twice as thick, as it did where
it was not so manured. The next season
it was again " sown in wheat and seeded
down with clover. The second crop show
ed the manure as plainly as the first, and
also the clover this last summer.
Feeding too mucdGobn. A correspond
ent of an eastern paper, referring to the
fact that pork is sometimes found of ft yel
low color, says that it results from the too
free use of corn for food. He says
that about the time hogs are finished cS,
farmers often make a mistake in feeding
too much unmixed grain. The result is
bad digestion and yellow fat Mixed feed
should be given to the last roots, pump
kius, apples, with corn. As a rule, you
can get them to cat more grain and take
on more flesh than by a diet of rich food
Collectixq Manubk. The colUctiona
and application of manure should go rd
continually, for the grasses and cee also h
all kinds of cultivated plants make an an
nual draft on the soil for the ingredients
which enable them to Vnild np their stems,
foliage and Feeds. No liquid or solid man
ure suited for enriching the soil, should be
allowed to go to loss about the homestead.
Soapsuds, wood ashes, soot, charcoal, saw
dust, etc., may be applied to the soil with
much benefit to the crops. Leached wood
ashes are very useful for top dressing grass
land, deepening the color of the plants and
increasing their productiveness, so much
as to double the acreable yield of hay when
ever they are applied in sufficient quanti
PaoriT op Fattentno Hogs. In Ken
tucky the practice largely prevails of per
sons not directly engaged in fanning, buy
ing store hogs and corn, with the design
of making pork for the market This year
those who have gone into the business
have realized very large profits. The Shel
by (Ky.) Sentinel says one man bought 210
hoes and corn to feed the same, for S3.2C3,
fed and sold them, averaging 323 lbs., for
the handsome sum of 6.040, and refused
the offer of $054 for 111 shoats that he
raised from them. Another man and his
sons fed and sold 792 bogs averaging 305
lbs. upon which they made an outlay of
about $9,000 for the around sum of $24,-
Pigs. The time to commence fattening
swine is as soon as they are born. I his is
the verdict of the most successful managers
of men who make the most money from
their grain. They do not begin operations
on lank, raw-bone animal in September.
If spring pigs are to be killed the same
year, they commence fattening in spring.
If they are wintered over, they are w II fed
and cared for all winter. The great point
is to have no cessation in their growth. Af
they are once nnder way it is a great loss
of momentum to stop them, and it requires
a greater time to get up motion again than
it does for railway train or steamer after
The largest pig in England, if not in the
world, is now the property of Mr. Lloyd, of
Brodon, Worcestrohire, who purchased it
of a neighbor, when two months old, for
less than five dollars. This wonderful ani
mal is now 22 months old, and measures
nine and one-half feet from the end of the
nose to the tip of the tail, five feet around
the body, and stands four feet high.
Good Success in Poultey Keeping. A
correspondent of the Buck county, Penn..
Inteliigenctr, in 1809, kept 30 hens and 4
cocks, a cross between the Cochin China,
and Ei;lt Brahnias. These hens laid9,983
eggs, 7'.6 being laid three months of win
ter. , This is an average of 132 eggs each
for the year. .There . were sold 110 young
A Sotjtheen paper dk ntions the case of
an eighty-acre farm, that had become so
exhausted as to yield bnt 4 or 5 bushels
of wheat per acre, but by the use of clover
as a green crop, it was made to produce
this year lrom 20 to bushels of wheat
A NATURAL PANTOMIME
The Members of the Deaf and Dumb
Asylum Outstrip the Ravel—Mazulon,
the Night Owl, in his Glory.
performance was witnessed last night in the
Deaf and Dumb Asylum of lC2d street, by
a unique and interesting audience. In fact,
the audience was more interesting than
the pantomime, although that claimed
lustly a good snare ot one s attention.
"Maznlon was the name of the piece
played, aud was prepared by Mr. cybR, a
teacher in the asylum, himself a deaf
mute. "Mazulon" is itself "the Night Owl
and Genius of the Mystic Tomb;" and be
side it there appeared in the play peasants,
kings, fishermen, and many kinds of gob
lins, demons, and monsters. The scenic
effects had been quite creditably prepared,
and were well received by the sympathetic
spectators. The parts in the performance
were alt filled by pupils of the institution,
members of the Tanwood Literary Associ
ation, as it is called. The players being
deaf mn'vs, the play was necessarily a
There was a naturalness about tne act
ing that could not easily have been attain
ed by beings with perfect powers of speech.
lbe expression in the faces of some or tne
actors was admirable; especially through
the ?yes was a great deal of meaning con
veyed to tlio spectators. Once in a w hile a
performer would break out into a kind of
unintelligible sound; but when some tho't
difficult to be portrayed by gesture or
change of feature was to be conveyed to
the audience, the deaf and dumb alphabet
would involuntarily be resorted to, and waa
leadily understood by the spectators.
Around the sides of the hull, and scatter
them, to the special consternation of tha
trembling woman. The gentleman spoke
in an undertone to the dog, who seemed to
understand the position and to be master
of it, too, and left his place behind amd
took his place in front; and as they ap
proached the snpicions man, greeted him
with a savage f rowl, and appeared ready
foi a spring. The sight and sound of the
dog acted like a charm on the man, and he
slunk away from the path, and allowed the
party to go along unchallenged.
The trio reached home in safety; and, it
is hardly nec ssary to say, the strange,
friendly dog was cordially welcomed into
the house and fed and lodged like a prince
of dogs, as he had 6hown himself to be.
The next morning the dog took his depar
ture, without leaving his name or residence,
and was never afterward 6een by the per
sons whom he had so mysteriously and ef
The Mabchioness of Hastings. It is
announced in the Paris journals that the
young Marchioness of Hastings, the beau
tiful widow of the English reprobate whose
death, a year, or two ago, pointed, a moral,
is about to be married a second time, to a
cousin of the Marquis of Downshire, Sir
George Chetwynd. As a commentary on
tbisalliance.it is said that very recently
the statue of the Marchioness, beautifully
wrought in marble, representing Grief,
was erected on the tomb of her late bus
band in Kensal Green Cemetery, "Wid
owhood in effigy !" . 6aid the Princess
Souwsroff, on hearing of the intended sec
ond marriage "what practical women
these English are !"
THE MARKETS. NEW YORK
Ebef Cattlx Fair to Prime
Shexp Fnir to Prime
Fuoca Extra Western
Wheat No. 2 Spring
Coax Western Alixtd
.$14 05 (17 00
. 9 50 (310 25
. 4 60 800
. s oo to a oo
. 1 15 & 1 18
90 (4 5
. ' 5 u 67
. 1 05 1 07
. 1 00 to 1 05
. 55 75 26 00
. l!Xt 16
Br. ivks Choice
Sheep Li ve Good to Choice
Flock White Winter Extra
Wheat Spring, No. 1
Cobk No. 3
Oats No. 8
Rtk No. t
I 7 23
to 6 60
fc 5 7
to 4 50
ft 3 CO
to 5 25
to 6 25
to 4 50
Bablet No. 2
Pobk Mess, New
& 27 50
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Sheep Live Good to Choice. ...
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Wheat Spring, No. 1
Cobs No. S
Oats No. 2
Rte No. 3
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, 4 23 to 4 75
, S 25 to 4 75
, 3 Ul ( 3 50
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, 2 00 to 4 00
18 U 2 .
17 to 19
to 8 75
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Cobn -Shelled, Old
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$ 3 00 (2 6 5
. 9 00 to 9 75
, 2 60 to 4 60
, 625 to 650
, l nr. to 1 (8
to (A 74
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.26 00 to 3710
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Eebt Cattlb Choice
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Hooft Live ... ..... ....... i
Sheep Good to Choice ,
Flora Spring XX
Wheat No. 1 Bed
Barley Choice Fall
. 3 SO
, 27 00
to 4 50
to 9 Ml
to 5 25
to 1 15
Kervous dehility with its gloomy attend
ants, low spirita, degression, involuntary
emissions, loss or remen, spennattorrhoea,
loss of power, dizzy head, lot? a of memory,
and threatened impotence aud imbecility,
find aovereign cure in Humphrey's Uomoo
pathic Specific, Xo. t wenty-eigbt. Composed
of tho moet valuable mild and potent cura
tives, they strike at onee at tbe root of the
matter, tone np the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, li.'e
and vitality, to liie entire man. They have
cured thousands of canes. Price $5 ju r pack
age of five boxes and a laro via! of
powder, worth I2.C0, which is very important
in obstinate and old cases, or $ 1 per
single box. Sold by all druggi-K and sect
by mail on receipt of price. Address Hum
phrey's Specific Homeorclhio Medicine Com
pany, 603 Broadway. . jr..
PLEASANT HILL, Minn., April 9, 1866.
. Da. C. W. F.OBACK, Cincinnati, O.Utar
Sir: Last fail my w;fo had tne l'vtr corupiaiui
so bad that the wa unable to sit up but a few
minutes at a tims. I had a nhymoian doctor
iug her for some time, but tho mi-dicino he
ffvn her seemed to do her but little or no
Rood. I waa advised to cet her a bott'.s of
your Bitters and let her try them, aud at e if
thftv won Id helii her. Bo 1 tliouKtit II one Dot,
tic would be good, two would b bett r, and
I got her two bottles, and when the had taken
th last bottleful fch could do niort of her
hnnxACTork. I rot bur one more, whien eu
tirely cured her, and she looked the best I
have eetu her for four yeare. We recom
mendod them to several of our neighbr. who
have used tLeui wilh creat succre Address
ORVIS A. MASON,
Pickwick, Winona Co., Minn.
Connubial Feucitv. XotLiua ttndi wore
to rennnbial barniut-ss than hurlm and
healthv infanta and children, .fy. Whit
comb's Syrup ia the great children a soothing
Fob Coughs and Throat DUotdera, nse
"Brown'a Bronchial Troches," hviug proved
lliir rfHfr:v bv a lest of iranv veafd.
"I have never changed my mind respecting
tlipm from the first, exeentincr to tlunK yet
better of that which I becan to think wi ll of."
KEV. HENKT ABD r EEUHEB.
Skk Anv-ktiukhent of Dr. Bntta' Di!!!
hearl.Ml Book for the million M.AB-
RIAfiE OCIDE in another ooiuniu. It
should De read by all.
rBCS-siyo's Celebrated Cider V uesrar ia the
beet in the market. Ask your grocer for it
Prtvatr medical aid. Head Dr. Whittier's
Tor; intend 1 but goo;! intontina won't do
tor premiums in iijo ttaami.gtou
A policy implied by the Washington in 1801,
for $10,(rt)0, in ISCo had increased Vt 11,152.70.
As an inducement to Yankee immigra
tion, it is averred that the wars and execu
tions have so thinned out the men iu ilex
ico that the young women of that country,
many of whom are of preat Leauty, have
hardly a hope of marrying.
7 i SAVF.D. "Yonr January Farniei
T&mrn UU "LP saved me ll that was already ae J-
ed up to aerid to , tbs N. Y. ind:r." Thus
writos ona of the iu' who save thoir CAS 14 by roadinc
the "STAR SPAKiiUU stAAAKlc Anoinor says,
l int nf mix famili in our town mho take your p.-ioer.
at least 0 haa been saved lrom living to nn rullers iu
IvJ 1 Kemeraber that the '"Star .vpaaglcd hapnnr"
exposes rancality. It erpoees ever attempt to swindle.
L'wn t tlimf and aindler in Naw York ia "in arms" at
its truthful erpomrei. It WILL save ion MUX KY. It
ia a large) column paper, B paK-a, jetu- sue.
pave eu column ot eipoaures 01 iiuiimiuks in i t..
Here is our Branding oner: e 01 ru j"4 mv
till 171- thm fturMrh pnrravinc 1.K teet. t.H A'f IS,
(that alone is worth :,) all for T5 cents. And MIMI
THIS, ue rill yiro v onrk your monrv. if yoa are not
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-STAR SPANGLED BAXXER,"
Uinadale. N. IL
W M ADR 8150 last winter. So writes a farmer who
bonght the "Hunter s tiside." Any man or iioy can
have let of fun, game and money, by buying the olu
rrltal.lt book that tella how to bunt, tih. trap, tan furs.
k..kc 27 .uuu already sold. ear UW pages, bent by
mail to yon for on y i cents &na to
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Hinsdale, N. IL
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Cash Assetts, - $1,351,000
LIFE DEPARTMENT. .
Life snd Endowment Policies in this company nnite
Ample Security snd I 'heapness of (NAt nntler lietinits
Contract. Tne Low Rates are equivalent to a Luu.K
Dividend IE Advance.
The only Accident Insurance Company issuing yesrly
policies. It has paid over iM.ll.vn to near y lU.iHlt
policy holders, for Death or Injury by Accident.
ASSETS, Dec. 31st, 1SU.
Cash on hand and in Bank $ lM),24tj.l7
Cafch in hands of Agents and in course of
Amount loaned on first mortgages of real
Accrued interest on loans tvH2.!!
Deferred Premiums, being balance of semi
annual and quarter., premiums for the
year....... .- 4,117.68
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rnited States Bonds $ Jtn.3Kt.75
State Mocks snd Bonds ttt.lxeuM
City snd Water Loan Bonds ill
Railroad Stocks and Bonds. liH.eii 00
Bank Siock lwi.-sm
Oilier Securities l!i4 St j.ftiiS
GROSS ASSETS 8Uil IW7.W5
Including reserve for re-insurance for both
Life and Accident Departments.
Being amount of additional security to
holders over snd above re insurance tnnd
in both departments, unadjusted claims,
and all other liabilities.
JAS. G. BATTEKSON. PREUtPEXT.
GEO. B. Lesteb Actairy. Rodney Dennis. Sec'y.
Charles E. Wilson, Ass't Secretary.
Miama, llliHoi, lora, JtV '", Jfiiw'a, WiM-.mnm.
JULIUS WHITE, Manngrr,
80 La Salle St, Chicago, TIL
INDIAWA. Anrora Adam Herdegen. Cambridge
City Thomas Ncwby and John J. Underwood, lielui
NoahCovy. Evansville .1. N. Knox. Eort Wayne
II. IL Bossier. Goshen E. G. llorr. Gruencastle
Thomas IL Stevens' n. Indianapolis C. C Dim.
Jetfersonville 4 has. H. Kelly. Lugansport- H. It.
Aldrich. LaKayette 1 nomas I'nderwcod. i-al.ianee
J. C Gnrnea. Ia Porte Mortimer Nye. Madmin
H. C. Sanxay. Muncie !. E. hh'pley. New Albny
Scott k t'oryiiff. Peru Oliver Wolcott. Richmond
Coggshall k lk-an. Smitn Bend John Vack. Terre
Haute Wnarton k Beach. Yincennes Jerome Con
very. Winchester Edmund Enicle.
IU-INoih. Aniboy .lames Riebrngh. Beardstown
L.F. Snder. Behridere Cbaa. K. Abbe. Belleville
Stuart A Kich. Barrington M. G. Ashley. Clinton
k Dennett. ( anion f). T. lleald. Chirago
Julius White, John Culver, Hunt k Goodvin. Paul k
Maaohn, and K. H. Whited. Champaign Joe E. Conk
lin. Cairo Safford. Morris k Csn'lee Dnnleith John
E. Clise. Decatnr Warren k Ihirfee. De Kalb D.
O. Needhara. Klein-C. M. Dsniels k Son. Genessee
R. E Steele. GaSesnsrgH. W.t Carpenter. Jersyville
S. H. Bowman. Joliet W. O. Wood. Jacksonville
Win K. Dewey. Kenonee S. M. Hurd. Lockport
Isaac Preston. Monmouth Thos. Johnston Ma
rengo J. B. Babcock. Mattoon H. S. Clark. Moline
J. S. Gillmcre aud Dsn. W. Gould. Mendoa-.f.
L. Watkins. Moksna Noble Jones. Napervillle M.
8. Ellsworth. Ottawa Win. fv East on. PhUtield
Geo. M. Thrasher. Peoria Robinson k Cnllender Td
R. Bliss M Co. Pekin .lames Haines. Pans T. W.
Stoekhridge. Oniney Charles k Jansea and J. J
Langden. Rock ford 8. F. Pesfisld. Svemnnro- A.".
Colton. Sandwich Nat'l Smith. Wankegan D. M.
Erskine 4 o. Wbeaton L, L. TTiatt.
Iowa Burlington Hawley A Heider. Bloomfield
F. O. Overton. Clinton fchahod Norton. C'lsrenre
Lansing Stilsnn. lhjbnone-RiRll A Cm. Smith
Plainer, and Beck k Parker. lies Moines -Cook A
Welling. Davenport .T. L. Swfts Co U P. CooVe.
snd Crane k Kalaey. Decorsh Rollin k Paine. Fert
Dodge Isaac Gamine. Eafrfeld Rev.C. Parbv. Iowa
Citv Cbna H. Newton and C. W. Bnrlioirarae. Keoknk
Win. Fulton. I.ninj W. F. Pnrdv. f.e CKire
Thos. Douphtv. Mnsrstine -Tbos. D. Smith. Monnt
Pleasant ,1. H. Whiting. MeC repor A. J. Jordan.
Marshalltown O. . W. Erseker. .Montana D. V
Stevensand Dewey.PnnrhaTdt A Co. Ottiims Fdwn
White. Sigourney-S. L. Foods. West Union J. F.
MifHirMT Ann Arbor-Sntherlstid k Wheflon.
Adrfcn M. H. Knarm snd R. H. VpUer. Bay Citv
Drake Cruble and Kmfo A Whit f emore. Battle
Creek L. C. Bnis. Cold water A. A. !orrn-e.
Casnopolis John A. Tslhot. Detroit B. Verner. .1. W.
Donovan, snd H. C. Munson. Devter Chss. C. Wav.
i ast Saginaw Moms Bros. Flint J. TT. Townsenn
Fento-- Trnmn k Wilnot. Frankfort N. A. Parker
Grand Rapids-O. Wilmarth. .T. S Crnly k 'on. and
k. v. ror. i.ireenviiie v. n. ivsne. noupnton
F. Dnnglass. Hillsdale Wro. S. Edwards. lons It
K. Townsend. Jackson ,1. E. Reohe. .Tonesvilie
Ivens A Spsulding. Kalamazoo .T. R. Bostwiek and
W. J. Handy. Lansing .Ton s k Porter Lawton
N. B. Mekinnev. Leslje !". H. Ford. Marnuette.
Peter White. 51uskeffon Wilcov A Morvan. Menomi
nee A. R. Bradbnrv. M scon David Howell. .Atilford
F. H. Trnmn. Niles Ff. A. Chanin A Son. Neran
nes IL F. Havden. Ontonagon Geo. C Jones. P-rt
Hnron White A FnaMing. Parma R. P. AMrirh.
Saginaw Citv B. F. Fisher. St. Johns-.T. B. Nixon.
Teeumseh J. S. Strong. Traverse City-S. C F-nller.
Three Rivers E. II. Lathrom Yaasar B. W. Huston
Jr. Ynsilanti-.Toahn Bloftirett.
MrwNrsoTA. Dnlnth Chas. H. Graves. Farihan!'
H. W. Brry. Glencoe A. P. Fitch. LemT-K. R.
Angell. Minneap lis-Gsle k Co. snd F. B. Ames.
Mankato ClarVo A Porter. Rochester Baldwin
Renediet. Red Wing Williston A Jess. Rnliford -
G. W. Willis A Son. St Panl-J. R. Cleveland. Sti'l
water H R MnrdoeV. St Clond-P. L Greirorv. St,
Petrs ,T. B. Sackett. Winona Lake, Basford k Co.
Wshasha Geo. A. MrFtonirall-
Wistonsin. Alma Senn A Vos"r. Rlnc' River
F"alls-S. W, Bowman. Herlin J. H. Tnmer and P.
Kerwin. Beaver Dam R. C. Gaton. Cambria -Ger-
honr Jones. Delavan B. D. Whit. Fan CI-m?
Wm A Teall A 11 ro Fort Atkinson J. A. Shenherd.
Fond dn T.ae L M. Wvaft. J. W r'amenter.and ''has.
. Hsndt Friendhip-N. .T. White. Green Pay-
F S Ellis A Co. A W Kimball, and Farle Vn Horn
Hudson C. H. Iwis. Janesville- Dimock k Hart and
O. Gnernsev A Son. Kenoh Merrill A Batdw
Kilhonm Citv T. B. Coon. K. W, Abbe. Srweial Ag't.
I Crrwe Remick A Dudley. Menaha-H T. Fihr.
Manitowoc T. O. Shove and C. Lnling. Madison-
Main A Snonner. llilwsnkee Pelden A Wvrnan.
Mineral Point R. D. Pnlford. New Lisbon -Theo.
Seeor. Neenah Rob't Shields. NecedohJ. H. Arm
strong. New london Osear Tavlor. Ocnomowoe
De'os Male. Oibvoh Hammond k ChnsMisen.
Omro Frank A. Havwant Portage I'rty i. P. Wil
lisms. Prairie dn Chien L E. S. Viele. Ripon-E.
Wrilsnn. Racine Whitley A Dnrsnd. Shebovgsn
J. H. Jones. Stevens Point G W. Hnngerford. She.
Hovean Falls .1. F. Thomas. Snnerior Jas. S. Ritchie.
Two Rivers J. O. Bern is. Watertown -S. B. Fuller.
Wankesha E. Chester. WH Pend-E. Franckenbere.
Whitewater Mrs. Edson Kellogg. WmneeoTine J.
Major Rrnrs Chen-t, State Agent for Wisconsin.
A gencies in most othor principal places.
1 3f Actir uorkino Aurnta wantfi at unvrritj.iuil mint;
TATEK-PROOF PAPER, for Out and
I niaide ul Kuiltsitiif.
C. J. FAY. Camden. 7C. J.
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READ ElFORE TURNING AWAY.
IIEAFV PAY.1IEXTS 3IET WITH A FIVF
Little Bisk with Pair Prospects of
Trv It ! We nledze ourselves to ive each the
following articles enumerated ueiuw
for Five Dollar I
A Hotel Property, - valued at S 1 1),00
A Pnirr Trotting 1ins4. " !-Vf !
A CkM-krrinu'M onetTt ;rmnd, !-!',,
A 'I'rntlina iTorao. ihlondedl " I.tltHI
A Mrinway I'inno, " "'!'
A lnnhlr I nmiisrr.
S Kosenoeil I'imioH, . .VtMUl
10(1 l'are;old Untrhew, -
1 1)11 Srw-ina .HRrbinett. " IkIIihI
iiw wiii,i i:iii riiiiii. - :f,(i
100m.ImM;oI.1 Kiuii. " l..I0tl
And other ;il t, valued t 5i.TJ.O0O.
nUifMi tn fe aAaot wa will rive with everr Idtrt
order received before the 1st of March. lHTti, a tiolil
I hnin.and with each &U th orders finlll Wlllrll
and C hain. Wiihmchordrr ia tiif'. Numbers fnmi
1 to tii.iiai inclusive are writtea in a book, and acainst
each number some one or tne aonve rms is wnuen.
All enmmtmieatinnji strictly coulidentiaL Eaeh n.em-
ber of the firm is reliable, and has pledged his individual
estate to the fullillment of the company s pledges.
Send your enters at once to
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Box 391, - f-araloBi, New 1 ork
lees & co:s
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WILL, YOU ACCEPT
A General or Special Agency
In a first-class Life Insurance Company (the Wrtv
cms ani Okpranh liKNKUT), on a Rood liberal
commission 1 If yon mesn business, and can and
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be furnished yon in the Western or Not thwertern
States. H paw mo malarir, amd giro mo mA yrt rron
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..V, ..... ...H . t . ... f... iu v i..ni& lit. Addriisa
K. KOSS, Noblesville, Ind
VICTIM of early indiscretion, causing Nervous
Debility. Premature liecay, c , having tried in
vaio every silvertised remedy, has s simple means of
self cure which he will send free to his fel ow sutfi rers
for a stamp. We sell no drnjrs or patent poisons, but
simply do as we say. 'Try ns, and don't send to a doctor,
quack, or any other fraud, whin you can cure yourselt.
Address t). MACK FY.
90 Centre street, New Vork.
Agents! Head This!
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Address. M. W AI..VFK A CO.. Marshall. Micb. .
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Impiiovks all Soils I'skm.vNj.ntlv.
Pamphlets, contain ne fnll information, moiled free
upon application. I. ibural discount to dealers.
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list C. A. lill.r.S, Aki nL
it li: ' it u a i a
Itching of . tha Scalp
And frsqueni!y causes Now I
Wzr to crow on did B
COLD BY DRUGGISTS
''1 A .1 iicppuivTe r- i '..',
Pnc? Cis Dollar pgr BctllJ. ::
AMERICAN GL1S3 V7I?iBO?.T
PTJIif.SYS. Th mTst rapl, dnmblp, and f-atisfnotnrr Wiiio-PaH'yv-invented.
Apinwmi luftw person bo ha
u-d them. The w.vin in wci-rlits ' "T '' I'j pt fhrir
triioU e. Ior vile wbwcale ant rctnil j
KDWLX HL'NT k SvXS.tl io St.. Chicago.
mad it it in6moe.th StenciK
Ies mailed fre. A. J. i't't-ti. A. 1".
SLOOUIGTCM, IL!..3 f!3JB35r.Y.
tOthVrar! 500 Acres! 10 firernlinunes) !
T.arpest. best stock and shiprirr facilities. A PF.FS,
1, 2.3yr. l.tmt t.ne 1 yr , J APl'LK KnT-: RAFTS,
choico NI'KSKKY STOCK. S"e;K t'ura. rnl".
Peach. WII.II f;oSE, PLI"M, OSAt:E HblxjE,
HM".t EVFRt ; IS E ENS. IlO-irS. P:.h-
lias.tlladiolus.finf.KNIloUSE.Bl.nui V'i PI.S.VTA.
Send l.ic. for Catalogue. F. K. I'll-'iNI V.
mlf & F. BLAMV,Manafactnrerof BT,M1VS
Bit PA TEXT POK'I AKLtf t-TKA.M I Nli'i.NE,
Klandy-s Portable f'ircular Saw !illi l.!ands Farm
Fnir n. l'.landy's Stationary Steam l-.nsrme. Also sell
Portable Gnst Mills and (.nst Mill ilai hmerv. Mungle
Machines, (Jircular Saws and Heliinif. and ro general
njirents tor Iron and Wood Planes and Fath'js, All of
tbe above warranted Address U.Ar.UI.A.M)llx
SMiatn canal Mreet,tLuivago, Ul.
Warranted nnre. palatable, and to preserve ru Ues.
First Premium awarded at the U. S. lau. the llhuois
State rair. and t 'hicairo City Fair. Ij.rKest Works in
tbe CnittfU Ma'i'A. i.Htiiiiistiau n.a. in is. t. L.
PKCS?l.Nti, and li 1 1 Ma e street, I hicaso.
W'ANT El).-Salesmen on Salary or Commi-sion
Vw Must have a practical knonletijreof trie care ot
Ponitrj- Aadress witn stamp, II. I'll i v o.iynn.
Mass., Sole Prop'r of "Ihe Auiericnn rat Producer.'
establish li is:in.
8AW8 ! AKE3 ! SAWS !
S WS ef all descriptions. A X ES. F FI.T1 VJ ai
MILL KK.lHi.M. CiKoliLAlt SAWS wi
Solid Teeth or with Patent Awtsf.iuu; PoiMS
ruftcrtor lo a I litiertni Tfh .Srs.
I if Prices Kcduretl. 7 i
r2T"Send for Price l ist and in-nlnrs :tj
H. II Ai t.KIM-n Us
DomIou, JliLvt or Dei roil, .ilich.
eTIURLrorB II VIR. riecoiDtand samy!e "iit lor V-'e.
J and stumn. how to curl or fnz sf mii:h h.iir ihout
injury, and rtmain so or money refunded.. Ali l-.tters
prompilj answered. J. II. i'..'"f, Iiux, Brain:: rU, i. .
-rill'-Mi .11 FX si; (Turin r from ervons Iiubilitr
H Premutrro Pecay, Self Abuse. 4-?.. nd for
Ni-EVisk Piu s. Sure. are. AeverfaiL ill hvnviu.
H'limw'r.. Address L olNlr lL 47 11 Sjl!et .1 h:caso.
Ti: ATI4IN 'TKI-Ah li'4jk-KriMr-
and who can itive 1 ilwaukee reference. No olirtioa
to J'x-aTmir anywutne m tne tnutV. Atiurev
AOC'OCX f AVr. Kvcmnjc Wiscooaia OtHct?,Mil.aakct3L
Brick Hard lilacliine
AVith one tu. and
t:ve in;:i will nmfct
3 to 10.CC0
Power ill 5 c Tine
With one tca-n and
even men. li make
11 TO 1S.C00
' FEU DAY,
j As Kooil as made by
rrior, set up, S-300
Send fur Circulars to
. filjCiKUS, uillO.
"ECONOMY IS VtAlTK"-FRA?Xl!N.
1 rHY will people pay V or more for a MTOO
W -MAcm.Mi hen JSii will buy one that has a
w.,,..1.itA r.-rmtuf ion Is liiuihle thread. Colut.iete wi'h
Table, constructed upoi enrirely new and practical
nnnainW runs hv triul ion. an.l excels ail others. '1 hese
celebrated Machines, full iire..i. are intend.l tor
poor people who want to save time, laimr ana money.
AfttM U'uHUfL Mi-bines sent lo AirentM and 'firm
airai to needy familiesk For circulars and reduce.!
i-ricea. address d. C tins t.i.. or rranmu anu
Diamond 8. JL Co., Hot C, Boston, Ma-ss.
HORACE WAT E It 5,
Xo. 4SI UKOAUTTAV, XLW AfIM.
Will dispose of Ose IfLSPrrn riNii. .Mi'i.oi.r.rss
and Oif.ANH. or six first-clans makers. rr.neW lir
prirfrrr,.-n l -titt'i 'Ai It or will r.'iKe irom.s.iio
nionthlr until paid. New 7 I V'ave Piam s ti r s.'V)
and upwards. KewnransHior4eaod uptvards f.r t ash.
Ml sst--v's s 'j. I
t'aiilnre, the Pritoa-r.-.it ni.I Lu'iii-
BY captain trnXAitD -o; -.r.cr-.siErv ii.a.-u.R.
"The New York Soldier Anthor." .
fl,;. .niliatiH f. ,-frt uhir rtok. is l com
plete historv of South' rn Prieon I iie: principally st
L;..Kn.un,l h.Hv,lu. l:,..n Hv.nn;Lb. I liar eston.
Columbia Belle Isle, Mdie.i, s,aubury, and Andorsou
ville. Describing the
of deronceless prisoncrswbo enme t.v n"r the.?.o.Vi,
oortrayinK the arrival of captives and rims of esi-spe,
with numerous and varied incidents and anecilotes
.OF- ' ':' ' '
prison life, embraciuB, also, the adveotnres of Captain
Glazier'a tsrot- fiom iadunibia. South Cwrobna. his
teruplurr.; sutieiuellt r-ai; M-reCiir; triAl as w,
and tinal escae lrom Sylvania. Leonria. e want an
axent in every town, comity aud village in the
to fioll it this fall ami rintr'r. Th volnm-t mm!-'!
tAtwfn fir ami tive hundred pisrs, inrtn'tMi an
Appendix ct'Otmnwa th caniA. .in, reinirit. ani
psst nihre adtlraw of the priv nin ; it itfu
trnt'i and cryy lounti m extra cioth. U o aro irr
lbe most b'Vro' term io all who engajte with ns in the
sale of this Hook. Teachers, la.li.'s. . neitf.-tic yonng
men, and especially niurord and di-ablrd oiheers and
soldiers, will rind our w..rK particularly adapted to their
condition. We eiupl-y no nuncrid ageu;a. but otter
sniienor inducements to t-mw ' aoni- mil
ikf .,. )vcr I .i.l'l0 topiea hvealready
been sold in the Fast. 4 Ine urent sold :I7 opie-m one
day; another 73 : another Tas taken I.tHMI orders in
four'weelts. Sead !S.M and we will forward sample
copy and all necessary msiructinns conserpinjt the
i;. ii. n itfiixiN .,
Pnblishers, New ork. or St. I iu:s, Sid.
JAIilKS PKIVATK CIIHl'LAi: for the mt
i nsefularticlesevcr 'nvenf d. " I emale Ag. nts
wanted everwbere. Addifss
Ai'Mh. DUVAL, P. U. Uox 2Lii, S. Y. City.
Is it that Dr. Robacks S i : i
ach Bitters increase in .s!c
every year ?
Thoy are the best combina
tion ever made.
Do the Druggists recom
mend Dr. Roback's Bitters
to their customers?
After years of experience
and trial they have been
proven to be a sure cure
for Dyspepsia and Indigestion:
Is it that Fhvsicians uso.
and recommend Dr.
back's Sugar-coated 1Ik1
.They know, the ingredients
of which they are made..
Are Dr. Roback's I)11
Purifier and Blood Pilb :
the best remedies, taken to.
gether for tho cure of all
diseases of tho blootl ?
The Blood Purifier is' the
only article in the market
which contains the celebrated
costly Drugs imported ex
pressly from Sweden for its
manufacture, and ; the Pills
contain the active principle
of Podophyllum (Mandrake
Root,) and is . a1 substitute
Are Dr. C. AV. Roback's
Stomach Bitters, Blood Pu
rifier and Blood Pills the
three- greatest remedies the
won has ever known?
After' eleven years' ' experi
ence and trial the sales have
increa sod ' each ' arid every
year, and thousands of let
ters (unsolicited) of the re-'
markable cures- they have
performed bear : witness.--Read
the letters iii Local
Column .of 'cures by these
medicines. ' : ' '
A REGULAR ORADTTATB OF MEDICCTK.
as diploma at otrice will show, has been loofrec
enaaited m tne tmUMtai Venasceal. seiualand
Private Xueases than any other physician in fib
'philis. Gonorrhea, Cleet, Strictere, Orenlttu
S Hernia ana Kupinre: an l nnary .
Si Syphihtioor Mercurial Afflictions of the Ihroat,
jj .Spermatorrhea. Sexual Uebiluy and 1m potency,
3 as the result of self-sboae in youth, sexual eacasses
5 in matiireryears or other caosos.andwhicB proa nee
1 some ef the following effects, as nocturnal emis
confusion of ideas, ssnl forebodings, aversion to
society of f eraalesdoes of memory and sexnal power,
and rendenne; pimt9 inwroper, axe perma
nently cured. .... ... - .
The Docuirt oTwiorrnnities in hospital and private
practiee are nnurrued in St Louis or any other
city. Back hies of St Louis papers prove that he has
been liated f here longer by years than arjr others
advertising. Tebhshaient library, laboratory
and apo muneatsare unrivalled in tne West,nc
Mirpaesedaaywhere. Age. with eipenence,caa tie
relied upon, and the doctor ean refer to many phy
sicians throughout the country. In past success and
present position he stands without s com vet, tor.
The Writings mt a Physician whoso repu
tation i I'nion-wide should b
w orth reading.
' Dormn -WHr"11 publishes s MEDICAL
PA.MPHU.1' rulatinn to venereal diseases and the
disartronsand vaneo. consequences of seU-abose,
that will be sent to any address in a sealed envelope
3 fur two stamps. MariypBysimansiniroauceo4u
to the Itor after reading hialledical Pampnlet
!"' ,.lntaL A trwndlv talK will
cost you nothing. tJtbce central, jet retired
No. 61 St Charles street, rt Louis, Ma Hour
A. M. to i P. M- Sundays 12 to 4 P. ml.
For sale by all dealers In
DRY GOODS c5L NOTIONS
Should occasion require yoa to purchase this well
nown remedy, be careful to see that the initials are
"It. A." 'I bts is the article that has been so favorably
known since and purchasers must inriM on having
it, it they do not wish to have an imitation forced upon
i !C'IIiVAKTZ HASLETT.
(Formerly B. A. Fahnestock's Son A Co.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS. PITTSBURGH. PA.
IIOK PEA FN ES! THK PATENT ORGANIC
' VI BKATUR. IttitsintotheKax.isneperceptK
l.le, removes Singing Noises in tbe Head, and enables
Ileal Persons to hear distinctly at Church or Pnblio
Assemblies. Treatise on Deafness and Catarrh, with
Means of Cure, sent free. .., ,
DK. T. Kl NT STTLLWFTX
;SJ ii road way, N. Y.
-w7v-ATn!-At;F;NTS!-A 815 llontlna;
' t t' W ntch t'rrt ! tiiven gratis to every live
m:. n who wid act as agent in a new, ligut and honorable
b.isioess. p tying .rai (er day. sore. NoLiiit Enterprise.
Noiliimbu. a.'CU sold in one week.
Address K. l' ROK KKN VFTY CO ,
and others interested tn
Dlent RHinrx should
address k fM) KKOS.
Patent l;ers snd licitors, t. NtXTH Sr., Vasu-
IN..TUS. D. C, for Advice aad Circular. .
t f lUlmt ahtiiiurH or fA-ir?e.
lttor fnira Hon. P. P. HoLLOWAY. late eommis.
sinner of Patents, dated Washington. March 30. lurjt:
I cheerfully commend to ail persons who may have
basinesa in the Patent Omoe. the lira of Kdsun Bros.,
gentlemen of prompt business habits, and in every
respect worthy of conndence. , .
1 concur in the above. T. U ThkaKkh. late Com, Pant
TWMIV. llATK!T "viR K ON kA'SAt.-Eim-1
grants and Settlers should read I ACTS AND
rliil HKS A K iCT KANSAS, containing very valuable
and reliable information about the a nest AgneoltunU
snd fruit Crowing Mate in tha world. It Is just the
hook thousands want, and worth ten times its price to
migrants. A pages and a Map of Kansas. Only ai)
Sent by mail, vott-poi'l, on receipt of price, or a
copies i rn.Ai-.iMil. k. u,
Publishers. Lawrenea, k' r r"t
r- . I A x-t
I, v.. u Vi,. ' "7 as r
ill s i ' ..
AIXCOCK'S P0210U3 PLASTES
Paeseeses peonliar qualities as an equalizer of the siren
lation and as a support a sort of extra skin in all ns
enlar and nervous pains, whether of the side, head
kidneys, or back ; snd in sciatica they should be applied
at ence. They ara now widely used in hospitals, both
in America and Knrope, and approved by all physicians.
They give immediate relief in I nmbsgo, as well as ia
pains of the side and back, whether they prccssd Irani
weakness, fatigue, or othor causes.
Seaside House, Rockaway Beach, Sept. L 1869. .
Messrs. Aixcock k Co., Sing Sing:
Gentlemei Tour Plasters have wonderful qualities,
and every traveler should hare them by him. Mygnestn
give great accounts of their efficacy. Some eared of
coughs ; some of rheumatic pains; some of Severn pains
in the breast, side snd back. In sciatia and kidney
affections their application is .-anally successful I my.
saif was attacked with a severe pain ia my left kidney
I was in agony for twenty-four hours. At length I
spplied ona of yonr Plasters. The pain soon began ts
abate, and in the course of a few hoars was entire
removed. I send yon this that yen may publish it if yoa
think wea I am jours, A. D. FAILING,
- r-ropnetorof the Seaside He
Kw Youi, August fi. It.
Thomas Aixcock k Co., Sing Sing:
or years I have sutfered from inflammation of the
kidneys, my physic ia as gave ma but little relief, and I
moved about like an old man, bent down by yean ef
suffering. At length yonr Porous Plasters were recom
mended to me. I applied one to each kidney, and tha
relief was immediate ; I wore them for thirty daya, when
ray back and kidneys were perfectly well and I waa
once more able to walk erect. I think the half of tha
virtues ef your PUstvrs yet remain to be told, bnt should
any ona wish to hear thereof, I shall be pleased la tell
of my experionc. I am yours, respectfully,
TUOil AS M. JACKSON,
a East Thirty-second street.
Sold bv .11 !.s,. SEW YORK.
A Book for tho MUlion.
fto marry, an til
ferieaano- -.-I.,. ZT.Z pcysiloglcaJ mys-
i . . a , ulv mui system, witn toe
latest discoveries in regard toodspnng, how to Preserve
the complexion, Ac
This ia an interesting work of 2J4 pages, with nome.
oos engravings, and contains valuable information tor
tnose wno are married or contemplate numage, still it
is a book that should be kept under lock, and key. and
not laid carelosly abont tbe bouse.
u. n , . HV n n . - , .' e . . n. r. n
a A it T i? .1 " ''ty t-nta.
r sT , "stPt-Bsary, iso. ia .vortn aagnta
street, ht Louis, Mo.
r7Noire lathe Afflicted and Cafartnaaie
Before applying to the notorious Qac whoadvevtiaa
m public papers, or nsing any tork Krmr.ti, pemaa
fir. KllflJir siorif h.. mrid n . . . ...... .1 . - .
i , L , ' jw ",ww , or now
deplorable lour cumlition. . .
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally, or by mail, on
i h k"lw c"'t'"'vi miua wuritn.- Oice No. U Norta
. ...uoi, wcotwu auuxst ana i HOST mil i
LOOK TO YOUR CHLLDREIvT"
TKE GREAT SGOfKIHS REMEDY.'
Him. i Cures O.Iie .nrl r3inin t-,1 T1- -
n hilrouib's' the Rowels, and fm.ilifua- .
, -rwt. i tue process ol 1 settling. j Ceata.
w. .ll. i Subdues Convulsions and Price
Wniirninb,- overcomes all diseases inci-f
. fyrnn. ) deut taAwrsnssana irntsren.) Centa.
-?Ir- ,-, t'ures Diarrhea. Dysentery.) frico
nitcomo's- Summer t-ompiaint in Chil- li.i '
(syrup. dtea ot all ages. -. , ... Ceata.
' It is tne (ireat Infant's and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders bmuirbt on hy Teething or any otne
oanse. Prepared by -Sow .rHtr Mesiicine tM
St, Louis, Mo.
!wl.lhvriinimtinHXMU;.Hi;a.UM. S . ''
No HrMTiro. If is tmrrtxfl to cure lost or impaired
Tsstev Smell or Hearing. Watering or Weak Kyea,
Offensive HreaJ b, I lcerated Throat or Menth. Pain and
Pressure in tbe Head, and I ess of Memory, when
caused, as all of them freqnently sre, by tho ravages of
Catarrh. It is pleasant and painless to use. contains no
strong poisonous or caustic drugs, but caret by it mild
I will pay .VX Howard far a eseaai Catarrh that I
cannot cure. ...
Far Sale by most Drncsfetii Everywhere.
Prbe Osli au Cestsl
If yonr Pvnggist has not yet got H on sale, don't be
put olf with some worse than worthies stnng stuff.
furnuranw.' or pnisonons canstie solution, which will
'in'r 'A- d'tmc fo the instead of raring it. bat send
sixty cents to me snd the remedy will reach yon by
return maiL Pour packages, post-paid, $a: one dosen
Send a two cent stsmp for Tr. Sage's Pamphlet oa
Catarrh. ' Address tho proprietor,
ii. V. Pt- IKCK. M. D.. Buttalo. JI. Y.
IOjOOO Agents Wanted
for the new and popnlar book "WFTT,ocr or Tmt RioaT
Keuiunm 'K thk Sfxes,," iSl.rtt; and "Tag New
1 1 a l Kon,n containing " flfme te H'rie, JTote to Talk.
Hot to Brkitrr, and ll'-tr to lo ts-tiness," one VoL, $2.26,
Knclose stamp for particulars: also a good Local Agent
in every Town, for one of thabena Pictorial KaiiuT
Malazinfm. .Mo't ii.mi inducements oflered. Ad
dress 3. K.WKLLH. Pobusier. Broad way. NestTort
f a Af ii i it n ar a,a ean
For those who wish to experiment in a small way with
thee mant rfreK we have concluded to offer LH)L
LIL fSAAiPLK iV.CIv Ai.KS. thus firing rorybody a
uuauico o pro: v iuwir mironncuoiL adt man
wotuan or Ny wh h.ia a ninn, Krdaa or vUlage lot, eu
mskif S-0 by en.ng 9 1 at once, for a packaca.
enontcb to - row 10 busheK Sent, put-paid, with pnnU
va uiawn J uu u sui t.' i ' . -fc iv sj V7 1 j iui luvji. MJWm. UU. lJm
omntertoit seHl. Orir only lrom fcbo onjeinatort.
D. W. KA.MSuhf.L t CD, 2lrt FeaH street, . Y., or
171 ke street t.hwa'ot LircnJara tree.
AMIOOU ani Vpmauhtv(l,-faav for
oart Veo. Jr- e, in s?alel eovplopes. ti(9W-
ASAOt 'lAHONox P. r'hjlaii.apijjaa Pa
rRFA'KSVKAR!M; beinit against th laws
of OoJ, cf r-xnl 'ici,(y. acd the Mate. lam neither
'bnsttn, a . M ! in.ia or a good CitLzen if I swenc
f ( )f Museahoc ! 1870.
" ' LI"E AGEJfTS WANTF.Deverywhera for
a new and mlmM article. Inducements unsurpassed !
Largeauanutiessolai by News Agentson trains, .'sample
Scents. torp.sr'H.ularsaddresn,iruAsaMip, Merchants'
Manufg Co.. P. U. iiox llai, Minneapous, Minn.
The T-.Uue oi thin work is no longer questioned. More
than 3.ui-J farmers, in every state in the U nion, have
oaed it the paat year, and from ail theae mmea en
universal voice of approval. Tboaaandsof dollars hav
alnary been made, and ttundrfda of tuonannds can yet
be made ) ttiliowin-r its directions: the materials are
oa every larm without erpendin a dollar. Kvery l?ai"
aier. fcrx:ii KaiM r. t-arutmer ana rnm cuiions can
easily double all bts pnnu. - Published in I" nghuh and
.ierwaa copica oroered the ur dms of .K7t.
The sale is iuitnente wherever introduced, farmers
and enertfetio young men wanted in every township to
adlre8 xr rrcul.ir to ZhluLKKr AJoC LKDY A CO .
(ft Mnroe street, Chicago
mt.. s DANA. FnlToa.
The rhespest, marte.r, and best New Y.wk newspaner.
Pvervbody Kites it. Three editioast Dailt. rl Hmmf-WrEitT,-jt
and Wieklt.SI aveat. AllthiNsws
at hsft-firice. Full renorts of markets, srrirslture. Fanners
snd Fruil O-owers" Clubs, and s comolets etory in every
Weekly and Smi-'Welly nnmhev. A preient of valnshl)
plant and vine to everv' niherriber; inducements to eaa
vawers neimsed. Lite Insurances. Orsnd Pianoa,
Mowinr Ma. bines. Parlor Orjsns, Sewioc Mschisesan,
among "th p -minium. Specimens snd lists free. Bend a
Dollar au J trv iu ... - .
L W. EXGLAXD. Puouaher gun. Hew Tota.
For tiist-elass nrvr 1 frrtare Pin nun.
aent oa trial. . Li. $. Piano O Sew Vork .
Those having friends afflicted sre earnestly solicited!
to send for a ClKCL'LAJi LiClTLK U KKr KK
EXt f:S and T KST I M" .V I A I S. which will convince tha
most skeptieal ef the :CK ABILITY of the DiSKAr.
Addrses VAA' Bf KKN Lt CKROW. M. D.,
86 Great Jonea tit. J Y. City.
A Elusical Bex tor Two Dollars.
'vim FKKM ll t;itr:. Th.MTi.v-r.igcs
JL select airs. Fminenily auipted tor tne drawing
room Sable. No. 1. H tunes, J; No. A M tunes, $3; Na
-'J r i : n.. s,.-, Spnt hv nu.il on mciilll o tMICA- Oniisia
to the smonnt of .f- sent C. . 1; one dollar niu.-t
accomtsiny the onler to insure it: the balance is) to ba
paid when goods are received. Send three-cent stamp
fur new illustrated catalogue, with list ol tunes.
Address BAKKLKY i t U.,
- - !Ui Ubertv street -Nt;w York.
BV 8KMINii 35 CENTS, with age, height,
color of eyes and hair, yon will receive by return
mail, a correct pietare of yonr future husband or wife,
with name and date of man tags.
Address W. FOX.
P. O. Drawer Ti - Fultonvuie, New York
gJHOWS TTOW TO DOUBLE THE PROFITS OK
J"w THK FAKM. snd how farmers and their sons ean
each make . .
9Avu t'u MUAza
.end BAOirt and addrew to
. KtauiaJrk, McVL KUX t UO Chicago, BL
In tbe Konndlrwa Vest aud Snnnr Saatn.
How. whv and where lo rind Ul. in. All about the won
der! ul progress and areaC wwouinss of Ihe country.
ew. rresn interesting auo popniiir. - -ue Hunim rwa
illustratioae. iceiow. A rare chimce to make meney
Send for circnlar. PKOPLl-r.S PCrtLlMiUit CO.
lot Stale street. Chicago. IU. ' .
Weed Family Favorite
Asnow'perfected,UtheBKSTsnd MOST RELIABLE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
For AT I bittm of family work, now In use. It will
Lahi.r Kanuf. of work, sewing from the i.kii.'i ESI
goons io tne hf a virsr hi av!uciotq ot leather, snrn
out change of Needles. 1 bread or Tension. It is simple .
and not liable to get ont of order, it has a straight '
neeaie ana manes tne inci omcn.
Kesponsible Agents wanted in every eorroty. A Hn- .
eral discount to tbe trsde. Send for price list and
terms to KO. O. TIlo.M AS A CO., lid Lake rtreet.
Chicago.. Agents for the Northwest.
a"CDAY! 40 new articles for Agents,
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