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Whcatou'i Ointnr ef.
In from Id to 48 bonis
Cures "Trie Itch.
cures -on 1 1 K lieum.
Cures Harbrra' Itch.
Cures Old sort's.
Cure every land of humor hm
Price, 50c a box; by mail, 60o
tr- W F.EKS 1 POTTEK, 170 Washington St."
te br all Drudcista. . . loitn.l(ii
F. IGHTFUL DEVELOPMENTS!
At last tbe people bare trot tbe fact "through their
hair," that hair dyes impregnated with aceiate of lead
and other metallic mlt-Ti)
When they see the metallic sediment at the bottom of
tbe bottles, they know that the disgusting- stuff is liter
ally thickened wih Pais tn. They ask, therefore, for a
Hnrnilrss Vegetable Dye.
and End it, pure and efficacious, in
Cristadoro's Excelsior XXair Dye.
offered under the (auction of Professor Chilton's guar
antee that it contains "nothing deleterious."
CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE, as a
Dreiser, acts like a charm on tbe ' Hair after Dyeing.
J. D. Pake and R. Macbkady A Co., Cincinnati, O.,
siiniiA snnxiBUs cuhaktue.
Uiv.- proved, from the most ample erpenence, an
i.hv Muiple l"ronipt rtncient and Keuauie.
They are the enlv Medicines perfectly adapted topopu-
. . . , i . . . ha ma iin in
lar use o b;rr:pu T n a I rainsrs w""" J - :
nsiujr them ; so harmless as to be free from danger, and
5 . -i i;.i.i. Thfv have rawed
the Ins hot commendation irom ail, an J will always
i M PiMirrftwi- Tnfl&mmjitions..
a, v ui via ivi-atvw -i
S, " Worms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic
5, frving-Colir, or Teething of Infanta.
4, Piarruopa of Children or Adult.
6, Ir-rtsentery, Griping, Bilious Colic...
6, " Cliolrra-Morbo-, Vomiting
7. - ConshiH Colds, Bronchitis
it nralsia. Toothache, Faceacbe
o. " Headarbes. Sick Headache, Vertigo
Id, " Dyspepsia Bilious Stomacn
11, " Snrtprewted or Painful Periods..
12, " Whit, too profuse Periods. --
13. " Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing Si
II, " Salt KUeniM, Erysipelas, ErupUons 2T
15, " Rhemnatixia, Rheusiatic Pains -
A 11 the above are put vp in VIA IS. with directions, rem
tainimg double quantities earh,for
f he Moving are aim put vp in vials and art tent at thi
mamt vruxsatven oetow.
Chill Fever. Agues &'
Pile, Blind or Bleeding -
Opthalmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes. 5
Catarrh. Acute or Chronic, Influenza 5t
IVhnnnine fond:. Violent Cough. fit
Asthma. Oppressed Breathing J
Impaired Hearing SO
ISrrofnla. Enlarged Glands, Swellings... A'
funeral Debilil y. Physical Weakness. . JO
PropfcV, and Scanty Secretions 5C
Sea-Sickness, Sickness from Riding 50
i.' i.ln.rniunKP. Gravel '. aU
Nervous Debility. Seminal Eiuis-
ions. Involuntary Discharges.
Sore Month, Canker
I'rinary Weakness, Wetting Bed..
Painful Periods, with Spasms.
SaflerrnKS at change of life
rpilepsy, Spifms, St Vitus' Dance..
Dipllieria, Ulcerated Sore Throat
. 1 00
Of :J5 t 60 larire vin!!. moroeeo or roe
v4h1 csise1. rntainir a perilic l;r
very ordinary diwawe a liinnly u
Duuject to, andboakaot gUreeliias. .....
i roiu is lO to S:J.i
Smaller Family and 'tYaTelin ca.. with 50
tt H viaia -"- i rdm 10 s
t cities for a'l Private DNrasrw, loth for
f'urins: and or i'reveulive treatnient. in
viais and pocket cscs from to
POND'S EX Til ACT,
Cnrea T?nrns, ISrnSses, I.amenes, porenes.
Sore Tbroat. Sprain, Tooibaehe, l-.arariie.
15.ilrs Mini;, Sore Kye. IiU"r;:tf:a
l.nn-i, Niw. Stomach, or ot l ilea.
lleers, O.d sort's.
Price, 6 az 50 cents; Tints, S 1.00; Quarts,
tr These Remedies, except POXD'S EXTR ACT,
by the case or single liov, are sent ti any part of the
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the "price.
AXL IXTTEE8 JTCST BE ADDRESSED
Homcropatliic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 66! Bboadttat, New Vorlc
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Wholesale Agkkts. Burnhams A Van Schasck,
Hurlbnrt A EdsalL Chicago. J1K ; Jecks Cordon,
St Pant Minn. : I'.rawn, Webber & Grrham, St Louis,
Mo. ; Farrand, Sheley A Co.. Detroit, Mich.
Dr. Jlansfield's Turki1i Syrup, warranted to
cure Seminal Weakness and Spermatorrhea. Price i
K-nt by express to any address. MANSFlfcLI)
M. D., liW Main street Worcester. Mass.
OF THE AGE,
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Reader, ran may consider thi a sort of spread eagle
heading, out 1 mean every word of it. I have been
there. When your system is racked with
pain, and you cannot even turn yourself in bed, or sitting
in a chair, you must sit and suffer, in tbe niornihg wish
ing it was night, and at night wishing it was morning.
VS aen you have
NECK A JAi I A,
when every nerve in your being is like the sting of a
wasp, circulating 4he most venomous and hot poison
around your heart, and driving yon to the very verge ot
iradnees: When yoa have the
that I have just rot through with.) that most awful
most heart-witberiug, most strength destroying, most
spirit-breaking and mind-weakening of all diseaHes that
ean afflict our poor human nature. When you have the
lying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to turn
yourself in bed, and every movement will g,c to yoti
beart like a knife; 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, tell us what is !
DIRECTIONS TO USE. Yon will take a tablespoon,
ful and three spoonfuls of water three times a day, and
in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgie
pain will be dissolved and pass off by the kidneys.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY,
Wholesale A oekts. Fuller, Finch A Fuller, lord
A Smith, K. P. Dwyer A Co., Bumhams A Van Schaack.
Hurlourt A Edsau, ToUnan A King, Chicago; Grieo A
Button, ltice A Rising, Bosworth A Son, Dohmen A
Schmidt, Milwaukee; McCulloch AMoCord, LaCrosse;
Noyes Bros, hi Paul; Collins BnxL, Z. F. Wetzel
Meyers Bros., St. Louis; Moore A 'lar bet. Zunkenuan A
At retail by all druggists.
f f P f f P f ?
Read the following What the City Missionary of
Boston says about
ALLEITa IUHG XJAX.3ABX,
There certainly can not be found a better Cough
or Lung remedy. As an expectorant in has no equal
BOSTOS. Mass., Feb. 18. lBi v
Messrs. P. Da vis A Sax Gentlemen : The package
of Allen's Lung Balsam yon sent me to use among the
afflicted poor in my city mtssion-ry work, has proved
very acceptable and usef uL It has gone into several
families, and with remarkable effect in every instance.
One woman has been restored from what her physi
cian pronounced consumption, after several months'
sickness with cough, great pain in the lungs, and pros
tratieo, so that she is able now to do housework and
assist in tbe support of tier family, and with care and
eeatinued use of the Balsam, she expects entire resto
ration. Another person, a young woman to whom I gave one
bottle, has received great benent, so that her oougn.
which was of mont h's standing, is getting better, and
abe baa purchased the second battle, and has every
indication of a speedy cure.
A young man who is raising blood, and quite weak
and sick, has, by the use of two bottles, been much
improved, and is able to do a little at bis work.
A young man to whom 1 recommended a trial of it.
who has had a bad cough, and much pain in his lungs
for months past, and unable to get rest or sleep, has
commenced taking it, and now using the fourth bottle
with great benefit. He said to me on a recent visit, be
would not de without it. He is hoping (and reasonably
it seems to me) to be able to, resume bis work again.
Very respectfully and gratefully yours.
(JliAi. A KUNi5i City Missionary.
L N. HARRIS A Co., Sola Proprietors, Cincinnati
UrSold by all Drug gists.
I JmT I1UW V I
it 'Jolt fiJtfUTt J
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
For all Diseases of the Lungs and Respiratory Organs
Sobenck's Seaweed Tonic, for Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion. Scbenck's Mandrake Pills, for Liver Complaint
These popular medicines nave now been before tbe
public nearly forty years, and the reputation they have
attained renders it useless to puff th m. Thousands
who have been benefitted by their use, testify to their
It may be asked, by those who are not familiar with
the virtues of these great remedies, "Hew does Dr.
Schenck'i medicines effect their wonderful cures cf
The answer is a simple one. They begin their work
of restoration by bringing the stomach, Uver and bowels
into an active, healthy condition. It is food that cures
this formidable disease. Schenck's Mandrake Pills act
on the bver and stomach, promoting healthy secretion,
and removing the bile and slime which have resulted
from the inactive or torpid eondit on of these organs
and of the system generally. This sluggish state of the
body and tbe consequent accumulation of the unhealthy
substances named, pravent the proper digestion of
food, and as a natural consequence create disease,
which results in prostration and finally in death.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, when
A taken n-gularly, mingle with the food, aid the digestive
organs, make good rich blood, and, as a natural conse
quence, give flesh and strength to the patient. Let the
faculty say what it may, this is the only true cure for
Consumption. Experience has proved it beyond tbe
shadow of a doubt, and thousands are to-day alive and
well who a few years since were regarded as hopeless
cisea, but who were induced to try Dr. Scbenck's reme
dies, and were restored to permanent health by their oes
Dr. Schenck's Almanac, containing a full treatise on
the various forms of disease, bis mode of treatment and
general directions how to use his medicine, can be had
gratia or seat by mail by addressing his Principal Office,
No. 15 North Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Price .of ': Pulmonic ai d Seaweed Tonic, each.
tL60 per bottle, or 7.60 a half dozen. Mandrake Pills,
93 cents a box. For sale by all arnggurU and dealers, I
To the I Jtdip. Vaus Bnnaf oar's Cordial Rait
of A'f rvtcn tor Female Complaints, the saf est and most
reliable remedy ever known. Warranted in all caoea.
Price with directions, sent by express to any add ress.
C. 11 ANaFIfclLD, Jd. D ha) ilnxn St.. Worcebter, Mam.
Vegetable "Pain Killer."
The Great Family Medicine of the Age.
THIRTY YEARS have elapsed since the introduc
tion of the Pain Killer to the public, and yet at the
present time it is more popular and commands a larger
sale than ever before. Its popularity is not eontined to
this country alone ; all over the world its benehcial
necta in curing the "ilia that flesh is heir to," are
acknowledged and appreciated, and as a fain KILLEB
its fame is limited to no country, sect nor race.
Thirty Ykarm is certainly long enough timet prove
the ethcacy of any medicine, and that the Pain kii lf.r
is 1eserring of all its proprietors claim for it is amply
f roved by the nnparalelled popularity it has attained
t is a si be and kkfective remedy.
IJfSold by all Drugguta.
Sold at Milwaukee by H. Bosworth t Sons. Orkkvb
& Ki tton. Rice Risiso, Drake Beos., Douiies,
St'Hll)T A Co., and all Milwaukee Druggists.
The following Western patents were iosncd
from tbe Unitf d States Patent Office for the
week ending March 20, 1870, as reported bj
Farwell, Ellsworth & Co., Patent Kolicitora
and Attorneys in Patent Causes, 162 Lake
Knife Babcock k Good sell. Bockfcrd.
Wheeled cultivator tttright A Chambers.D ?eatur
Manufacture of aitificial stone Aaron H. Frear,
Pump M. P. Orton, Galeebnrg.
Bed boitom Joseph Sperry, Charleston.
Bed frame Samuel Springer. Chicago.
Liniment for barns, scalds, Ac L.Wolff,Cblcago.
Corn planter Iruinan Brockway, lliiuw r n.
Oven McCaun Lnnn, Bloomington.
Graduated rule and pattirn for tailors Wm. E.
Xride mark James 9. Kirk, Chicago.
Tapor burner David Berkey, Huntimtors.
Cotton and hay press J. 8. Duffy, Battle Ground.
Tie bar for holding bent wood Joel G. Niceuiu,
Stove drum Thomas Scantlio, EvansviHe.
Harrow Jackson G. Enrcham, Noblesville.
Elevated railway John M. Abbott, Hillsdale.
Apparatus for tanning leather Bean Bjwland,
Machine for picking and dusting wool Milton
washing machine Geo. R. Chandler, Detroit.
Broiler I ennian A Tillo son, Detroi.-.
Lathe fur squaring nuts, Ate J as. Flower.Detrait
Dorse collar pad press John Fraeer, Dowagiac
Saw George B. Gooduew, Detro'L
Sleigh bench Edward Millner. Marquette.
Grain separator- llyron H. Smith, Lawtou.
Oval turning tool John L. Warren, Detroit.
Hetnrich Doerr, Milwaukee,
Keck yoke King A Gould. JanesvUle.
Ratchet drill Joseph Laubser. Milwaukee.
Press and strainer combined W. D. Medbery,
Seeder and cultivator combined N. E. Alien,
Machine for shewing metal Doty k Richardson,
Bed bottom- Moses Morehouse, BoscobeL
CultiTitor Charles Bird, Ackley.
Wash ns m ichine Moses Ingalls. Hocailne.
Harvester dro;per N .S.Ketchum, Marsliailtown.
The Australian Gum Tree in America.
A plantation of the Australian gam tree
Eucalyptus is growing finely in Castro
valley Alameda county, California. It
covers fifty acres of ground; the trees are
planted in rows eight fet apart each way,
making a forest grove of 39,000 trees, set
this season with one-year old Beedling of
the blue-gum and iron-bark, the most vig
orous nd tall-growing varieties of the
The largest of these trees are but five
years old, erect, straight, vigorous growth,
and fifty feet high. They aie elegant orna
mental trees, somewhat resembling the
laurel, but more majestic and massive in
figure and foliage. They are hardy
throughout the lower hill and valley coun
try of California, and are the most popular
street, shade and ornamental trees culti
The wood of the Eucalyptus is hard, and
the timber useful for many purposes. Their
peculiar flavor and fragrance being disa
greeable to animals keeps them froia being
eaten or gnawed. Hence the gum trees
can safely be set where other sorts of trees
would be destroyed. The past winter has
been severely frosty, but not one of the
tender little trees in this grove have been
A great variety of Australian shade trees
of esquisite foliage have been cultivated in
California with entire success. They are
very hardy and might be safely introduced
in Central Park. N. T. FotL
The University of California is to con
sist of five colleges, to be known as the
California Hall, the College of Letters, the
College of Agriculture, the College of Me
chanic Arts, and f he College of Mines. To
these are to be added the Astronomical
and Magnetic Observatories, the Faculty
Lodge, and the houses of the professors.
Tne colleges are to be each two stories
high, with basement and attic, built of
brick and iron, the floors supported by iron
girders, and thoroughly earthquake proof.
All the materials to be used in the con
struction of the University are of native
manufacture and production, with the ex
ception of the glass, which must be imported.
A pomade which acts on the hair, and does
not effect the scalp, like all poisonous liquid
restorers. Is warranted to restore faded
hair to its original color. The elite all use it.
It inclines the hair to curl, imparts a beauti
ful gloss and Is perfectly harmless. Sold by
all druggists. Kidder &, Wethebell, Agents,
104 William St., N. Y.
Durno's Catarrh Snuff.
Strengthens Weak Eyes Improves the
Hearing, Believes Headache, Promotes Ex
pectoration, Cures Catarrh in its worst forms,
and sweetens the Breath. It contains no
Tobacco, is mild, and promotes a pleasant
sensation and beneficial results to all who
appreciate "A Clear Head." Sold everywhere
bv Druggists. Eiddeb & Wstuebell, Agents,
104 William St, New York.
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
world, the only true and perfect Dye; harm
lees, reliable, instantaneous; no dis.ppoint
ment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill
effects of bad eyes; invigorates and leaves
tbe Hair soft and beautiful black or brown.
Sold by ail Druggists and Perfumers, and
properly applied at the Wig Factory, 16 Bond
street, New York.
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba.
Tltie hundred thousand dollars in Gold
draxen every 17 days. Prizes cashed and in
formation furnished. The highest rates paid
for Doubloons and all kinds of Qold and Sil
ver, government securities, Ac. TAYLOR &
CO., LUnkern. No. 1C Wall St., N Y.
Coco Cream is a purely Vegetable Hair
Dressing. Will not injure the hair a particle.
Is clean, and possesses a delicate oerfume.
Just the thing for the toilet.
"Bbead Cast upon the Waters. If the
Great Providence has not literally cast bread
noon the waters, He has planted the elements
of wholesome nourishment on the rocks, in
the shape of Sea Moss, from which the Sea
Moss Fabixe is ruade. This new article has
everywhere won "golden opinions of all sorts
of people," and the hensekeepers of the land
generally regard it in the double light of a
staple necessary and a delicious luxury; for
while its use lessens the expense of living,
the exquisite dishes prepared from it can not
be obtained even at an extravagant cost, from
any ctner source. Scientific Committees,
hotel keeoers, professional cooks, ladies who
superintend their own kitchens, physicians,
nurses, dyspeptics and invalids of every class
bear witness of these facts. To this mass ot
indorsements wo unhesitatingly add our
own; and without fear of contradiction say
that tbe blanc mange, puddings, custards,
Ac, are the most delicious we have ever
In ktkbebs there s safety. It was upon
this principle that the formula of Jtdson's
Mount atx Herb Pills was prepared. Dr.
Jadeon, intending to spend a fortune in ad
vertising his pills, submitted his recipe to the
revision of the most inte.ligent and learned
physicians of the ae, a'id the result is a
simple but most eftio c-i.-us medicine the
JuDsojf's Mountain Herb Pills. They purify
the blood, remove all obstructions, cleanse
the skm of all pimples and blotches, and are
perfectly -sure and safe in their operation.
Tho Jcdsox's Movntaw Herb Pills cure
BiliousnerB, Female Irregularities, Headache,
and many of the diseases arising from impure
blood snd a derangrd digestion. Use the
Jcdsos s Mountain Hebb Pills, and when
you have proved their virtue recommend
them to your friend. They are both sugar
coated and plain. For sale everywhere.
ThkBekt and Original Tonio of Iron,
Phosphorus and Calinaya, knows as Cawvii,
Mack A Co.'s Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of
Califaa Bark. The iron restores color to
the blood, tho Phosphorus renew waste of
the nerve tifHUH, and the Calisaya gives a
natural, healthful ton to the digestive or
gans, thereby curing DyspeDsia in its various
forms, Wakefulness, General Ddbility, and
Depression of Spirits. Manufactured only
by CASWELL, HAZARD A CO., successors
to Caswell, Mck A Co., New York. Bold by
all Druggists. -
An Extended Popularity.' 'Brown's
Bronchial Troches" have been before the
public many years. Each year finds them in
new localities in various parts of the world.
The Troches are pronounced universally su
perior to all other articles used for similar
purposes. For relieving- coughs, colds and
throat diseases, the Troches have been
Terrible Fire in Japan—Immense Loss of
Lives and Property.
By the b'.eamei China, just arrived at San
Francisco, w ! am that Yeddo was agin
vioited by a t?.- i.t fire. A correspondent of
the Japan G z-.tte writes: liniuiHl dwel
lings, hhntfered fortunes, want, and even
death have come in place of the joyousXew
Year's festivity so long looked lorward to.
I near that nearly 5 UX) houses were
destroyed, and that over sixty lives are
authentically reported lost. Besides an
immolation of fuitnlul retainers guarding
a store of silver, who were buried in the
walls of a building which fell in upon and
crushed them. I hear that thirteen per
ished around an enormous quantity ot kin
sats, which the government had placed for
safe keeping in the large silk store called
"Ehesiya." Tbe men stood staunchly to
their posts until they were completely sur
rounded by a fiery circle, which overlookers
could 6ee momentarily narrowing its edge.
It was evident that most must perish, and
all did 60 thirteen charred heaps of
humanity being found next day between
tbe godowns. The kins-its were the result
of last year's gathering of taxes.
A Cat the Died of Grief.
From the Dayton. (Ohio) Journal.
One of those strange events transpired
in this city the other day which puzzle the
most intelligent, though they furnibh an
interesting topic for conversatien. The
late venerable John Childs, who died a few
davs ago, bad an old tomcat which he had
petted and fed ever since it was a small
kitten, and they had become inseparable
companions and much attached to each
other. During the last sickness of Mr.
Childs, the cat remained in his room near
ly all the time, and refused to partake
of any food toward the last. On the morn
ing after his death, 'Old Tom" appeared
determined to enter and remain in the
room which contained all that was mortal of
bi5 bf st friend; and it was with difficulty
that the animal could be kept out He
per.-isted in remaining at the door, and
mofiued thereuntil a member of the family
removed the unhappy feline to a depart
ment of the cellar, and fastened him in
there. On entering the cellar to give poor
Tom somo food, he was found "s retcbed
out, stark and dead!" How is the death of
the cat accounted for? It is an interesting
American Students in Germany.
The following is an extract from a private
letter recently received from Heidelburg,
"Duelins has now ceased for the term.
The man with whom the American Stone
(a cay Kentuckian), had his lost duel,
about two weeks since, is not out of the
house yet. The doctor was for some time
in doubt whether he would be able to re
construct that face or not. The last four
men with whom Stone has fought were
carried off tho field. One fellow, he finish
ed up in a minute and a half.
"As soon as any German begins to Ais-
tinsuish himself above others in dueling,
Stone calls him out and gives him a merci-
1,83 drubbing. As a result the corps-stu
dents think that Stone is a splendid fellow;
in fact he would be perfect if he did not
nossess so dangerous a sword.
The fact is, that there is a most reckless
set of Americans here at present. Be&ide
them the corps-students stand no chance
whatever. When German students get
drunk, they are perfectly satisfied if they
can succeed in getting each other borne,
but when Americans get drunk, they insist
on whipping out the whole beer-house, and
seeing that the establishment is properly
closed before they leave. They are so pug
nacious that the Germans generally clear
out and leave them the field, in order to
Thk Scientific American predicts that, in
less than twenty years, illu-trations will be
as common a feature of daily papers, as
market reports are now.
Nervous debility, gloomy ants,
low Fpirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss ol semen, tperniaterrlicea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the most valuable, mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at tbe root of the
matter, toi.e up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $3 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very "important in obstinate t old
cases, or f 1 per single box. Sjld by all drug
gists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address Humphreys' Specific Hmeop)iatic
Medicine Co., 662 Broadway. New York.
WkoUtale Agtnti Ennihama A Van Schaack, Huri
hurt k EdsalL, Chicago, Dis.; Jenks Gordon, 8t
Paul, Minn.; Brown, Webber k Graham, Et. Louis,
Mo.; Fasrand. Sheley A Co.. Drtroit, Mich.
Ir tou do not feel well you send for a doc
tor, he calls upon you, looks wise, scrawls
some hieroglyphics upon a piece of paper
which you take to a drug store aud there pay
50 cts. to 11.00, betides the doctor's fee, for
a remedy nine times out of ten not half so
good as Dr. Mouse's Indian Root Pills,
which costs but 25 cts. per box. Do you
think the former the best, because you pay
the most for it ? If you do, we advise you to
use, jut as an experiment, the Morse's
Indian Root Pills. They are prepared from
a formula pronounced by the most learned
phyeiciaus Df our country, to be the best and
most universal of family medicines. The
Morse's Indian Root Pills cure Headache,
Liver Couijslaints, Indigeetion, Dyspepsia,
Female Irregularities, Ac, and are put up
both sugar-coated and plain. Give them a
trial. Sold by all dealers.
New Briton, Hamilton Co., Ind., May 2.
Dr-CW. Robace Dir Sin This will cer
tify that my wife had been laboring under a
severe attack of palpitation of the heart and
dyspepsia, and her case had been given np as
incurable. I then resorted to the various
patent medicines of the day, but she found
no relict from them. At last I was requested
to procure some of your Scandinavian Blood
Purifier and Blosd Fills. I purchased from
your agent, D. N. Hanna, one bottle of the
Blood Purifier and two boxes of the Blood
Pills, and proceeded with them according to
directions. She found relief from both dis
eases after using three or four bottles. I
will, therefore, cheerfully recommend your
medicine to the suffering community, espe
cially the females. Yours respectlnl.y,
ROBERT M. TAYLOR.
No Humbuo. We do not wish to inform
you, reader, thatDr. Wonderful, or any other
man, has discovered a remedy that cures all
diseases of mind, bedv or estate, and is des
tined to make our sublunary sphere a bliae-
iui paradise, to wnicn tieaven useli shall be
but a side show, but we do wiah to inform you
that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy has cured
thousands of cases of Catarrh in its worst
forms and stages, and the proprietor will pay
$500 for a case of this loathsome disease
which he cannot cure. It may be procured
by mail for sixty cents, bv addressing B, Y.
Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale at
most Drug Stores everywhere.
Tee Cunabd Mail Line ot Steamships leave
weekly from New York, Liverpool and
Qncenstown. Agents in all the principal
cities of the northwest. 8. Rowe, General
Western Agent. No. 2 Lake street, Chicago
Delays abe Dangerous. Mothers as yon
love your offspring don't fail to use Mrs.Whit
comh's Syrup for soothing children. Read
the advertisement in another column.
See Advertisement of Dr. Butts Dispen
sary, hoaded Book for the million Ml.R
RIAGE GUIDE in another column. It
should be read bv all.
Hcblbut & Eosall's, leading wholesale
druggists of the Northwest, corner Lake
street and Wabai-h avenue. Chicago.
Pbussino's Celebrated Cider Vinegar is the
bc6t in themarknt. Ask your grocer for it.
Dividends are applied in the Washington
Life to make the policies larger.
Private medical aid. Bead Dr. Whittier'e
Life is a vapor, Life Insurance is not.
sure in tbe Washington.
Tt F. A DAY I 40 new articles for Areata. Sum
Mfl plea sent rx. li. U. bLLAW. Alfred. Ala
MANHOOD and Womanhood. Essays for
Youok Men, free, in sealed envelopes. llOW.
ASSOCIATION. Box V. Philadelphia. P
r.'l. A. DOWN V tO Manufacturer! of
V V superior
UMBRELLAS AND FAHASOLS,
45t Broadiray. Xw Ynrfc. Mnrlet St., Philadelphia,
WELCH & GRIFFITHS
SAWS! AXES! SAWS!
SAWS of all descriptions. AXKS. BELTIXG and
MILL 1 L'KMSlil.NtiS. CIRCULAR HAWS wit a
Solid Teeth, or with Patent Auiuhtabu Points,
auperier to alt lneril leetn .Satr.
C T I'rirm Itedurrd. 1
Send for Price I jut and iriulars. jgl
HIiU Il A: ;i;jl KiTHN
Bowion. iilaan.. or Unroll. Jlirh.
WORTH OF B30XS FOR NOTHING
N. V. ainsical rioneer for 1S70..
16 paces ef choice Marie and interesting Miscellanj
in each namoer. Well printed on tine paper Only
50 cts ptr annum in advance. SpiemnH'y Illus
trated B"ukt for ITemiuttm. ('irculi.ro vitb list of pre
mium an.t specimen copv of I'ioni i-r writ on receipt
of stamp. F. J. HUM'LtiTOA Co., 459 brooms
atrsot, fi. T.
r"1 lit it n I .Large
square grand overstrung scaie rrencfi action
powerful tone boxed and sent everywhere
mailed free Address. UNITED !
1 o I A i Ea piano
Beautiful Rosewood Case
rY ED y, E G S
iron plate 7 octaves Dure, sweet.
for trial warranted 5 years Price ffiOA
CO., 650 Broadway, New York. WtsVW
iiirinV l.'rvirT m r L i n n rv
L'LOitr Hit. tiif '""fji Mt "
Opui piitienesfici us wppxarinci
al color it Jixsi
cess! ill. V Y
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notalwarte mcocsslul. VUiere Hie
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7f ixrtimiKtiib rJpfJ. 7TWit. erinn1jfic
rts i fit ofloriLtJefMilfid
1 1 Slllrl UNlAL 9 UUHOatllUitUUI, IllUii
lntrnn JiA mnmt ifiipnpssjmdiiitlh
AMJ3IiO$A is too uWlfoioimto
jcirjtr i . 1 1. tfi
rim's- 7)ri tTinilt
pricf ni r nnii A nprBoniL
fourmors Y N.H
r" S w The Horn H'wAVy on trial 3 moe. for
BJ x JLi A-i luo. Aaareunun iy,iiicago.
CH'UAK CANE AMI SdlllJIini NIM.S
5 Kvaporatora ana iiore rowers, pidiiioj m
resent improvements and taking tbe lead of every km
- .... i, .i h. j : 1 1 I . siJI IkR .
BRO., Buffalo. N. Y, Either Sugar or .Sorgo Manual
tor mu aem iree.
T the AMKKICAN C'O.MIUNATION
P1II.IU K. tho fcafMit and Le?t Pad-Lock
ever naed. So key required. Burglar Proof, simple
and easy to handle. rample Lock sent free to
any part of the L nited Mates on receipt oi i wo uoiiara.
Circulars and price per dozen wnt with Sample Lock.
AddrcM AMKKICAN CUMULATION LUCK CO.,
P. O. Box W, Chicago.
BLOQMIHGTGN, ILL, HUESERY.
19th Year ! 500 Acres ! 10 Greenhouses !
Largest, best stick and shipping facilities. APPLES
L3, 3 jr., Iiii tine 1 yr.. ix APPLK KOOT CKAKI'S
choice NURSKRY STOCKS, Seeds, Osage, Apples
Peach, 1LU tiUtJSK, plum, uaitrt ntwrh
KMIUU. li KVEKGKKKNS. ROSES, l.uuu, $hL Dah
lias. Gladiolus, G R E tiX HO US K, B K 1 ) D 1 X i P L A X 1'S
Send loc for Catalogues. t . rk.PiHr-MA,.
SUP1RPIIOSPHATE OF LIME.
Standard Guaranteed. The experiences of the Planter
and i armer for the past 16 years has proved that it is a
Permanent, Active and Eeliatle
And especially adapted to Cbeat, Corn and all cropa
and Vegetables. It is a prompt and reliable crop- pro
ducer, and Improves all soils Pkrsianinti.y.
Pamphrets, containing full information, mailed free
upon application. I.iii-rnl discount to dealers.
North w'Es tekx kkr i ilizi.m; co.,
Zil South Water St.. Chicago, 11L
ftl 1 i n How I made it in 6 moa. with S
O , ItU Samples mailed free. A. J. InIn
m, A. r
Tfaclirant Ciunr Tip
Bo7eliy and a pleasure.
Ir l ii ifify a nirr - in frilp. u. J
Box ioK), New York.
rnri: IIFV mfnrinr from Nervoos Debility,
1 Premature Decay, Self Abue. tc, send tor
Vl-ovtw Mir f c Kitr.nM NAT-nrf:iil - 111 l)V maiL
Warranted, Address L. SaNGEB.4i La Salle SL.Chicaso.
l. GHEaaT offeh.
No. 4S1 BUOAOWAV, NEW YORK,
Will dipoe of Oxe Hundred Pianos, M f.uc oeoss
aadORUANH, or bi nntuasa makes, n: exir-neiy wi
prieea ft ensh drig rAi. ntwili, or will take from (5 to
monthly until paid. Xew 7 Octave Pianos for -"7o
ana upwards. iew organs lor ana upward ior ia&a.
BOY'S! Attention! $1.5t buys a genuine Sport
ing PistoL Address SMITH k CO., Saco, ilaine.
Make vour owm YenU or
Bikina Mtf-'er, at a cost of
less than if I cents per pound, i he rwt. cheapest ana
roost reliable. Containing nothing injurious, or impure.
Sent free on receipt of accents. AddreisC P. WOOD,
Chemist, Lock cox Cincinnati, Ohio.
WKTrLLIGEXCE worth knowing. Manhood restor-
M. ed by lhr. E rans' Magic I nvigorator. Packages
W Chatham street. Mew York.
The Kujrenie U the moat Uaefn
-article ever invented for year use.
' lrculars free. M Ha Mukgan. P, O
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Xew subscribers are thus sure of having the commence
ment of a new continued story, no matter when they
snbesribe. for the
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Each number of the NEW YORK WEEKLY eon-
tains several Beautiful Illustrations, Double the
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and the Sketches, Short Stories, Poems, Ac, are by
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lishes a great quantity of really Instructive Matter, in
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have attained a high reputation brevity, for theirexcel
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Thi Pleasast Pabagbaphs are made np of the eon
eentrated wit and humor of many minds.
Tax Kdowijedok Box is confined te useful informa
tion on all manner of subjects.
Thk Krws Items give In the fewest words tbe most
notable doings all over the world.
Thi Uossrr with CoBKESPOxrasTS contains answers
to inquiries upon all imaginable snbjecta '
AN UNRIVALLED UTEltAKY PAVEH
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
' Each issue contain! from EIGHT to TEX STORIES
and SKETCHES, and HALF A DOZEN POEMS, in
ADDITION to the SIX SERIAL STORIES and the
The Term, to Subscriber.
One Year single copy Tbiee Dollars
" Four copies ($3.30 each) Ten Dollars.
" Eight copies. Twenty Sollan.
Those sending $3) for a club of Eight, allsent at ens
time, wi'l be entitled to a copy free. Uetters-npoi
clubs can afterwards add single copies at $2.50 each.
STREET k SMITH. Proprietors
Xo. 53 Fulto. Street Xe York
XO Hcmbtto. It is tcarrasi'ej to cure lost or impaired
Taste, Smell or Hearing. VVati-nng or Weak Kee,
Offensive Breath, lacerated i'broat cr Montii, Pain
and Pressure in the Head, and Lorn of Memory, when
caused, as all of tfcem frequently are, by the ravanescl
Catarrh. It is pleasant and painless to use, contains no
strong, poisonous or Canut e drugs, bet or fry '- "' '
mtuthiff ne'i m.
I will pay Reward for a case of Catarrh thfct J
For ale by .Mont DroggiMts rywut-rr.
Pbjce Oslt bo Cests.
If your Drufrjrist b as not yet rot it on Kvle, dont be pot
off with some worse than worthless strong stuff, "lurai
gator," or poisonous caustic bolntion, which will drite
die diMwe fc instend of enriug it. but send sixty
cents to me and the remedy will reach you by return
maiL Four packages, post-paid, iJ-J ; one f orea for
Send a two cent stump for Dr. Sage's Pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address the proprietor,
K. V. PlEKCh, AL D. BrTFALO. N. T.
10,000 Agents Wanted
for the new and popular book "Wrnux-E orTni? Rioht
Relations i he Sktkh." (.l.ii; and 'The Xew
11. Wn K.lV mnliinm. " f.. ... u- rl miu
How to Behnee, and i"- to do itaiiie,'' one Vol.,
KncUne stamp for particulars: also a good Local Agent
in every Town, for one of the ben Pictorial FAjan.i
MAiMzrsEs. Most liberal inducements offered. Ad
dress S. K. WELLS. Puh'r.f Kroudway, X. Y. 3m
P Hi rycrsjar- i . - - - - - rrgiTT'
6 k abjc : y a .-1 : t'a e-a jc-v . i
45,0 OO DOLLARS
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE
$25,000 BRC.vri stone house,
$18,000 IN GOLD
(OPTIONAL WITH THE DRAWER.)
$20,000 in Greenbacks.
Every Purchase! of one Box of the
Myrtle Soap Co.'s Extra Family Soap
Will have one chance in the distribution of the follow
ing named prizes: First OXE BKOWN STONE
HOUSE in Hrooklyn, ew York, located on Third
Street, No. 62S. within two squares of Pr spect Park,
containing hfteen Rooms, and combining all the
improvements of a well built modern city Residence.
Notice is ported on the House, giving an opportunity
to all persons to visit and inspect the property.
Serond Print- 1,000
I niru r-nw j imi
S Prizrs) 8-10 rnrh 4 IM
SO " '2 " tiftO
?()0 " 10 JstHtO
1500 .5 "
500 Prizrs, 45,000
Being ona prize to twenty chances, independent of the
nrst grand prize, in which all have an equal chance.
THE MYRTLE SOAP COMPAXY of tbe City of
Xew York, have an o'd established business, and adopt
this plan of making Valuable Donations, m connection
who tne sale oi mis particular lot oi
FIFTY THOUSAND BOXES,
for the purpose of more extensively adTertiunic and
introdacin tbeir ISO A P, by an immediate distribution
anion r 5o.l0 families tbrooKhoat tbe L'nited States.
where it is not already known and used. Coobdenl
tnat una ooap is in reality tbe
BEST FAMILY WASHING 01P
in use. This Company have decided to make thisontlay
in order to rapidly increase their already extensive
businiss. Every family must have Soap, ana the Myrtle
Soap Company offer boxes containing 40 pounds of
their Soap for FIVE DOI.LA Kf per box, every box of
which will go as far in a family as an SU pound box of
ordinary Soap. Thus, every purchaser of a box.
obtains, not only mure value for 45 than could be got
in any other soap, but in addition, secures one chance
in twenty of becoming the posses or of from to
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
which in fact will not cost ths fortn ts person one
cent. Every family should purchase a box ot f bis Soap
ruAiut d-loni. Of course with sncb liberal inducements
families are buying rapidly. The object ol the Com
pany being to distribute the Soap over as great an
extent of Country as possible it is not desired that too
many of tbe boxes sold on this plan go into any one
locality. Only one box of this lot will be sold to one
family. The following Express Compane by special
arrangement carry our Soap by the a ngle box at their
heavy freight rates: Adams Fiorese Co.- L'nited States
f.xpress lyo.; Mem, rargoa Co.; Piat'o.ial Express
American Merchants Union Exnreta.
By freight lines ths sost on lots ol J1 boxes will
average about one-half cent per pound.
Toe five dollars may be sent by Ki.re-s with an
order to send a box of Soap by return Express ; or it
may be sent by Post Othce Money Onlei or diattsn
New York, with directions for shipping the Soap.
Ant pekson getting up a club ot twe.n r r familtts,
will receive an .xiha box. including arnance in ths
drawing, free of ch akde.
We will on receipt of ths money, forward a bill
receipted and numbered : keeping a correri record of
rtfie Name of each purchaser and the Ni'Mher. so that
when the lot is closed out we can tell who holds each
number. A drawing will then be had on the plan of
the Koyal Havana Lottery, which is the most correct
and impartial plan known to the public AH purchas
ers will be notified when the drawing will take place,
so that those who wish may be present, i ul whether
present or not, the interest of eacll an " all will be
guarded alike, and the fortunate P'-'i . ls notified
immediately after the drawing.
The Deed of the Brown Stone Hot-se is deposited
with the Safe Deposit Company, Xo I4r k 148 Broad
way, X. Y., in trust for the lucky winner of the hrst
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT,
AMOUNT INSURED, tS.OOO.
THE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
OK NEW YORK
I4o and 14s Broadway, cor. Liberty Street
FRANCIS H. JENKS, Ye..f,
FREDERICK FOSTER, See.
Received. X'ew York. Jin. IK, 1870, from the Myrtle
oap uo , a oeea ot a nrowu stone dwelling, situated
en the north side of Third Street (Xo. 5fu in the citv
of Brooklyn, Kings Count?, Xew York, for account of
whom it may concern, for safe keening with and by this
company, for the sum of twenty-live thousand dollars,
latktal money, to which amount the responsibility of
this company in regard to this deposit is hereby lim
Signed by FRANCIS H. JENKS, President
Cointersigned by FBFPEKirK Fostfr. Secretary.
THE LNTtUIUl V AND HO.NOUJBLE MANAUEMEJtT or
MYRTLE SOAP CO., OF NEW YORK.
is vouched for by many well known gentlemen, a few of
whose names we mention Delow:
Hon. Wai.tfb Harriv an, Fx-Gov. of New Hampshire.
Hon. E. D. Webster. Xew York.
Hon. Galcrha A. Guow, Ex-Speaker U. S. House of
Mij. John L. Woops, Saint Louis, Mo.
Geo. W. French, Esq., Agt South Shore Line, Evans
Hon. X. G. Ordwat, Sergt-st-arms U. S. House of
All communications and remittances must be made to
TINKHAM, SCOTT k CO.,
Commission Merchants, 70 Murray St, N. Y.
Agents Myrtle Soap Co.
17. B. One reliab'e business man in every town is
wanted to act as local agent T. S. A Co.
All proposals for advertising the above must be made
to LEES k COS Great Western Newsaper Adver
tising Agency. 407 and 4U9 Walnut Street St. Louis, Mo.
Caplnre. the rrison.Pen ami (lie Escape
BY CAPTAIN WTLLARO WOVCCSTEB OLAZIU.
The New York Soldier Anl hor."
This tkrUHno, anthentio, and pop) rr wor', is s n
Slee history of Southern Prison Life; ur noipally a
Lichmood, Danville, Macon, Sav-tanah, Charleston
Columbia, Belle Isle. Miilen, Salis-ury, ai I Anderson
rule. Describing toe
ef defenceless prisoners who came too near the tend line;
portraying the arrival of captives and plans of escape,
with numerous and varied incidents and anecdotes
prison embracing, also, the adventures of Captain
Glazier's emcapm from Columbia, South Carolina, his
re-mptmre; subsequent eeape; recapture ; trial as py.
and final escape from Sylvan ia. Georgia. We want an
agent in every town, count and village in the
to sell it this fall and winter. Tbe volume number
between four and hve hundred pages, including sn
Appendix, containing tbe name, rank, regiment, and
post othce address of the prisoners; it is beaut'tullyillur
trated and tUyantln twna in extra cloth. We are pre
the most liberal term to all who enrags with us n ha
sale of this Book. Teachers, ladies, energetic yonng
men. and especially returned and disabled officers and
soldiers, will find our work particularly adapted to tneii
condition. We employ ne general agents, but oder
superior inducements to canvassers, Old aoentm -..
appreciate thu item. Over 150.000eopieshavealready
been sold in the East Oneagent sold J7 copies in one
four weeks. Send "-'.. OO and we will forward sample
copy and all necessary instructions concerning the
it. ii.FERfjrsox & en.
Publishers. Xew York, or St. Louis, Ma.
made new. easi
ly, without doctor
or medicines. Sent
post paid on reeeiDt
oi 10 osnra. Aduresa
ur. r- B. OOTK,
IM Lexington Ave
nue, corner of Kst
th Street, New
Vn in.- imm
Comfort snd Cure
for the Koptored.
Sent post-paid on
receipt or lu cents.
Address Dr. E. B.
I-OOTK, author of
J Sense. Plain Home
1 1 ais, etc, L Lex
Jington Ave., cor. of
tast -am St, N. Y.
Sent in sealed en-
1 velope on receipt of
I lu cents Address.
DR. E. B. KHITK.
IVJO Lexington Ave
nue, corner of East
-th Street, New
1X1 S t O I UK CrULJJl..v sent Iree on receipt
I of one letter stamp. Add
Dr. E. B. tOOI E,
1 Lexington Avonoe, Xew York.
and others interested in
Hslent B'tfinej9 should
address K I .M X R Ki IS.
Patent lawyers and Solicitors. -: X in th St.. Wahh-
inoton, D. U., for Advice and Circular.
I It Intents ohtaine't or no eKuye.
Letter from Hon. D. P. Hollow AT, formet Commis
sioner of Patents, dated Washington. March 3U. bK:
1 cheerfully oommend to all persons who may have
business in the Patent Orhce. the linn of Edsos Br...
as gentlemen of prompt business habits, aud in evry
respect wonoy oi commence.
1 concur in the above. T. O. Thfaker. late Com. Pa's
fOK DKAFM-XH-THK PATENT ORUAXIU
VIBRATOR. It tils into the -jLr.ia not oerceDtible.
removes Singing Noises in the Head, and enables Deaf
Persons to bear distinctly at Church or Public Assem
blies. Treatise on Deainesa and Catarrh, with Means
of Cure, sent Iree. 1'K. T. UUXT ST1LLWELL
.04 uroaaway, xs. x.
To sell our
PATENT METAL SIGN and DOOIl PLATES
Arents are making from ftlOtoffiX) nerdav. KemA
your natneand 40 cents for a sample, which sells readily
. . A .1 .1 L" . I 1 I. V 1 - r r 1 1 . , . .
Patent Attorneys and Manufacturers of Patents.
No. l S. 4th street, St Louis, Mo.
-1 AXIlOODnnd the Vigor of Youlb K r tor
it etl in Four "l rrkn. Success guiranteed
tnT. HIX OUD S KK.M E OK 1 jFe Stores
msniy power, iron wuaievex cause arising. I be effects
of early pernicious habits, sett-abuse and climate, give
way at once to this wonderful medicine, it taken regu
larly according to directions (which are very simple and
require no restraint from business or pleasure), r all
ure is impossible. Sold in battles st or four quan
tities in one for '.. To be had only of the sole
appointed agent in America, UiiKMAX GKRlTZhN.
1 U.l Third Avenue. New York.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GF.EAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
"Hr. ) Cures Cholera and Griping ( Prire
Whilruiilb's in the Bowels, and facilitates ' 'iS
Nyrup. ) the process of Teething. fC'euts.
.Mrs. 1 Subdues Convulsions snd ( lrice
WbilOfiHib's overcomes all diseases lnci- Z.'i
"Syrup. ) dent to Infants and Children. (Ceuln,
3Ir-. ) Cures Diarrhea, Dysentery I Prire
Whitrouib's snd Summer Complaint in 'ii
fyrui. ) CDUdren of all ages. K ent-.
It is the Great Infant's and Children's Soothing Remedy
in all disorders brought on by Teething or any etbei
cause. Prepared by the (.ruilon tlrdiriue Co
Sl Lonis. liu.
boki by druggist and deal m medicine everywhere.
A iiook for tlie Killioi.
kiso or thoseaboa
to marry, on tf
teries and revelations of tbe sexual system, with tne
latest discoveries in rega'd to offspring, how to pros rve
the complexion, so.
This is an interesting work of 334 paces, with numer
ous engravings, and contains valuable information for
those woo are married or contemplate rnjirriaga, still it
is s book thnt ought to be kept under lock and key, and
not laid carelessly about the house.
bent to any one (free of postage) for Fify Cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, No. U North Eighth
street St Louis, Ma
ir Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to tbe notorious (jmda who advertise
in public papers, or using any tgHack remciiiem, peruse
Ir. Butts' w Kit, no matter wha4 your disease is, er how
deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts ean be consulted, personally or by mail, on
the diseases mentioned in his works. Office No. U
North Kighth street, between Market and Chestnut
Very few persons think when they hava
a uuu buiiui xiair oi me very great impor
tance of cultivating it In their vonto.
Nothing can be more becominar or desira
ble in old aire than a fine full SI IT of B II R.
In order to secure this, year9 have been
speDt by Db. Cualfant in pvrfectin? this
valnable article. It contain b 0 M'Lf Hl'M!
M) Slfi-iU LK-' "fOHOt!!! 0
roiso.Miis t; ttebI!!! to
bnrn aud destroy l :. . lelicate root of
It Is PURELY "VEGETABLE contains
the only vegetable oil ever discovered that
firomotes the growth and produces lonj
xnriant locks of Hair. It is delicately
perfumed with the sweets of most fragrant
flowers. This article is found inthelare
Cities on almost every toilettee, but more
especially anions the more fashionable
classes, as it has proved to be the only ar
ticle mat win retain tne iiair in position
any length of time after dressing. It is
used by Lad ies' Ilai r Dressers and Barbers
stall tbe leading Hotels or the country.
It eoeitbrre times as far as alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol reparations from the natn
ral heat of the head evaporates and leaves
the Hair parched and dry. Price 50 cts.
CAXBT, CILPIX t CO Proprietors,
OLD BY ALL DRLGGLSTS.
fTULiER, FINCH Sc A'Lf I T.T-iTt
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. S. CO,
Have for sale, in tracts of 40 acres snd upwards, at from
$o to flu per acre, in 4 annual payments. ,
FarmiDg, & Fruit Lands
Of Illinois, and all lying adjacent to their Road
For ready access to market, fertility of soil, reasona
bleness of price snd healthfulness if climate, these
Isnds present advantages to the purchaser that can be
afforded nowhere else in the L'nited States.
All station agents on the line are provided with plats
showing tbe lands for sale in their viciuity.
Descriptive pamphlets with maps furnished gratui
tously by addressing.
J0X1 B. CALHOUN.
Land Commissioner L O. R. R..
TO WHICH we call particular attention, tokos tbe
place of the Imported, and is tar better than any
mixed ( in, having the same medicina. pn perty as OLD
(jhSKV A, nt one third the eat.
It is a distillation of the very best of RYK SPIRIT
and imported ITALIAN Jt'.MPKK; will not mils or
cloud, when mixed, as it contains so oil of any charac
ter whatever, tor thirteen y-ur this brand has been
favorably known from Omaha to Hortlaml, and Xew York
City alone now consumes lot) barrels per week.
Being the hrst Diet tilers in toe country of 4in distilled
in this manner, partie-s ordering of ns can always obtain
the original prime article; a 1 other brands axe mere
HENRY H. SHUFELDT & CO.,
Distillers of Spirits and whiskies,
34 Ac 56 S. Water Street, C bicrtgo.
Weed Family Favorite
As now perfected, is the BEST and MOST RFJJ ABLE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
For ALL srsna of family work, now in nse. It will
LAHiim ranob of work, sewing from the LUiHTTSI
goods to the h e a vifst iikavkr cloth or leathkb, with
out change of Xeedles, thread or Tension. It is simple
and not liable to get out of order, it has a straight
needle and makes tne Lock Stitch.
Kesponsible Agents wanted in every county. A lib
eral discount to the trade. Send for price list and
terms to UKO. C. THOMAS A CO., L1 Lake street,
Chicago., Agents for the Northwest.
ADIKS' BENKFACTOK is Dr. Kvans. 4I n..th,
A street. New York City. Price of hiamedicin.
nte for a circular.
" JOB MOSHS'
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
cesses snd remove all obstructions, from whatever cause.
TO MARRIED LADIES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short time,
bring on the monihly period with regularity, and
although very powerful, contain nothing hurtful to tne
constitution. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec
tions. Paws in the Back and Limbs, ratigueon slight
exertion. Palpitation ef the Heart, Hysterics and
W hites, they will effect a cure when all other means
havefailed. The pamphlet around each package b:ta
full directions and advice, or will be sent free to all
writing for it sealed from observation.
JIA Jlnef Sir Jamem Clarice' t female Pilte an eten
nnely CofNTKRKEITFIX The fenvine Asm the name ot
"JOB HOSES" on each package. AH othermaretmrthletm.
N. B. In all cases where the Gf.m ink cannot be
obtained. One IV liar, with til teen cents for postage,
enclosed to the sole Proprietor, JOB Alt )S KS, is Cort
landt Street, New York, will insure a eottle of the gen
uine, containing Fifty Pills, by return mail, eeewrelu
rated from any knowledge of its contents.
FAKisirRS are cautioned against the frauds that
are perpetrated in the sale of counter! ei t seed.
Out of twenty samples sent us, being sold as our seed.
only one preveo genuine, is. r. noyer lo., ot fenn.,
never had any of oar seed. H. W' MarshalL of Cincin
nati, is a bogus operator in seed oa'a. snd many far
mers have been swindled by him. Others in Chicago,
and other points West snd Fast, are claiming to have
our seed, and farmers should look out fur them, bend
your orders direct to us, and make sure. We warrant
our seed clean and rure. 7.3o per bushel; r4 per half
Dusnei ; iao per pecs, send money with order to
17 1 Lake St. Chicago, tlU 21S Pearl St N. T.
r 613 North 5th St., Su Louis, 3Io.
Parties wishing to grow seed for ns will please write
lor special terms.
CURE for ladies effected by Dr. Evans Pills and
. Drops, !-4 Chatham St., N. Y. Write for circular.
Specla Catalogues of Heeds, either "tVbole-
esle or Retail, sent to applicants
ob receipt of Stamp.
Our large Cntaloarne of Asrlrnltwral Imnlr
tments, .Hacbinrw and Small TouU is a hand.--ome
volume of about .UU paant, containing nearly tiOO
illuHtrallons of the newest and best lor Farm and
Household use, and is sent post-paid by mail, on recdip
of gi I X but we will reund !hu on reeoipt of the liret order
for tmr goods. Address all letters to
K. II. ALLEN & CO
P. O. Box 376. w York.
N. B If you want anything for use on your farm, send
a stamp to us snd we will either write you the desired
information, or send yon a Special Circular, of which we
issue large number.
EVER SINCE JULIUS CoAR
Creator of the World,
T thing was ever ksown to be so effectual in Its
LIFE FOR THE HAIR,
To bf fiiT antra of itn mftntA von Lira to nw iL Tt
rwtorea Gray Hair t iHoncin.nl c l.w. It worfcs hk
f arm, it contains no deleterious Uruirs, bat is
-Bhn.Iv niavHn of vparotiJ)le matter. -and for Tm&tiM
OQ the Hale
S. A. CHEVALIER, M. D ,
104 Eist 25th Street, New York.
Warranted pure, palatable, and to nman. mi-lrUa
First Drenunra awarded at tbe IT. S l-'ir il.. inlnn..
State I-air and Cuicago City Fair, largest Works in
the Tnited htates. Kstabliahed Ir-Ui. CHAM. O. K.
rnuaouu, aou ana ail Mate street, Chicago.
FAHh.EfiS' AN 9 MECHANICS1
LIFE INSURANCE CD,
OF NEW YORK.
OFFICE NO.20O BHOADWAY.
$lnu,ft)t Deposited with the Inruranos Department of
the Mate lor tne rrotecuon or ioo roucy Holders,
and Invested in Government Bonds.
All the officers and Directors (without sn exception)
are Stockholders, and will take good care that tbe
B roper reservee for further protection of tne roucy
Li liters will be made.
This Coinrutnv makes a Cash Dividend to its Policy
Holders of J.i -v U ail Der cent, each year in advance, by
means of its tow rate of premium.
I ne saiety or tne roucy Holder is gnaraea.
All New York Comn .iiima are obliired bv the State to
Set Aside the same KeserveL The Reserve for each
Company is the same, calculated on the same table of
mortally, and at the same rate of interest; consequent
ly, all are safe.
CONDITIONS OF POLICY
This Company charges no Policy Fee.
This Company's Policies are nou-ferfeitable.
This Company imooses no mtniiiua on tnral attar
one annual payment has been made.
1 nis company insures the hvse of females.
Tbis Company will not oontesl any Legal claim.
This ComDanV Will nav cLaima . Mrtn . In. itmnl
thereof is fully estanlished.
The rales are LOWKit than those of anu other nian..
organized umler the laws of Mem I'ork, anl asspONStnLK
to tne rnsuramee ifepamnent Jor ts safety.
The Farmers' sod Mechanica' will grant insurance to
suit on the following plana:
Ordinary Li fx, Cojrroujn) I-ttkrt.st,
Kkiim-(t, Income PnouDciMa.
Childkf.n K.NDOwyrixT, Term Lifts,
Joint K.nihjwment, Return Phehtdms,
Joint Lug, Annuitixs,
and ia addition to the above plana will issue policies
"TONTINE MUTUAL," OR CHEAP PLAN
FOR WOKH1NU MEN.
Tontine Mutual is a combination ef Insurance and
endowment, and is singularly sdapted to the wants of
a class of neoole who have hitiiertA hunn dnhHul
from the heuents of Life Insurance by heavy expenses,
and thus Lire Insurance is popularized ana made
superior to deposits in s savings bank.
To insure your life on the Tontine M ntnal Pan yon
pay 3ia once.
You pay i annually.
You psy Llu whenever a death occurs in your Class.
x ou are certain to receive $ l.uuu.
And if your Class ia full J&uuu.
Classes are regulated bv nsrnm.
BOTH SKXLS ADMITTKD IN THE SAMECLAS&
ALL HAV K TO PA&i A ilklDlCAL tiAHl.l'A-
Classes are limited tooJWu Members,
Whenever a Class I onee full it is intended to
aevp it always lull by nlliu tbevac&Mcy
waenrvrr a death occur, by a irw
applicant at' attest the saute age
1 he Comnanv maranteea that In mm vnnr flomt h
should occur within a year, althooybthey are not one
thousand members in your Class, yet will your family
receive ij liuo ; but in case your cIxhs has mure than one
Ihonsand members, then you would receive as many
dollars as there are members in your class at the time of
your nasi n.
FIVE THOUSAND MEMBERS.
Class A. Admits all between the ages of 15 snd 3i.
Class B. Admits all between the ages of 35 and 46.'
Class C. Admits ail between the ages of 45 and -ju.
At the same time .that yon become insured, yon also
A Member ef the Tontine Fund.
Which may give to yourself, whilst bring, a large sum of
This is the only Company in the United States doing
business on a sound basis, i. a., that has a ca-o capital
ef -IUS.0UO. or ti at baa s deposit with ths State for the
security of the Policy Holders.
Alik.VrS WANIrKD. SK.VD FOR BOOK OF
RATt-S. ALL DIRKiJTORS ARK STUCK HOLD-
iiKS. ALLOFUCFJIS A RE STOCKHOLDEKdu
E. MiMl RDY. Preeideut.
E. MARTl.VDALK, Vice President.
J. LKANDKR STARR. Sec'y.
Wm. H KNDKRSON, Assistant Seo'y.
Lrrm McAdajc, Consulting Actuary.
O. L. Stswabt. Counsel.
J. W. HgXKT, RODXAX BABTLtTr.
Persons desiring to act as Aor-TTS can write to Far
mers' and Mechanics Life Insurance Company, or cad
at toe cmoe, auu croaaway, .low i orx.
$75 to $200 per Month,
Ererrwhere, male and female, to introdnco the
Genuine Improved Common Sense
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
This Machine will stit-ih, hem, fell, tack, quilt, cord,
bind, braid and ea braider in a most superior manner.
Price Only 18 Dollars.
Fully Warranted for Five Years. .
We will pay $1000 for any machine that will sew a
stronger, more beautiful, or more elasiio
ours. It makes the
"ELASTIC LOCK STITCH."
Every second stich can be cut, and still the cloth ean
not be pulled a Dart without tearing it. We pay Aitenia
imm iH.a to -jutm per monin ana ezr-ensea, or a sum
missiou from whico twice that amount can be made.
SECOM3 &. CO..
PlTTSBUBfiB, Pa., Bobtoh, MaSow, or St. Locis, Ma
CAUTION Beware of all Agents selling Machines
under tne same name as eurs, unless they can thows
Certificate of Agency signed by us. We shall net bold
ourselves respon-uble for wortnless Machines sold by
otner parties, an 1 shall prosecute all parties either
selling er utung Machines under this name to the full
extent of tha law, unlet such Machines are obtained
from us or our Agents Do no be imposed upon by
parties who copy our advertisements and oircolars and
oner worthless .uaenmea at a less price.
W. k 1L-N. Y. 6w.
St. Louis Saw Works.
Kanufactnrers of SPAUIDING'S
Pattnt Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOR SALE AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
118 eb 118
By the celebrated Author and Lecturer,
FREDERICK HOLLICK, M. D.
THR MARRIAGE CUTDE: oa, NATURAL HIS
TORY OF GENERATION. A Private Instructor for
Married porsons snd those a bent to marry, with numer
ous a.ngravings snd Colored f late.
THE DISEASES OF WOMAN: their Carses and
Cure foraiuarly explained, with practical hints for their
prevention and for the preservation of female health.
Illustrated by numerous ugTsving-sand Colored Plates.
THK MALE GENERATIVE ORGANS, ia health
and disease, from infancy to old age; being a eomplete
practical treatise on the Anatomy and PhysioluKy of
the Male System, illustrated by numerous Engravings
and colored r-iaies
THH MATRON'S MANUAL OF MIDWIFERY.
and ths Diseases of Women during Pregnancy snd in
Child-bed ; being a familiar and practical treatise, more
especially intended for the instruction of females them
selves, but adapted also for popular use among students
and practit toners of medicine. Illustrated by over
hity splendid sourravin-s ana cotorea riates.
A POPULAR TREATISE ON VENEREAL DIS
EASES in ail their forms, embracing their History and
Probable Origin, their consequences Doth to individni. Is
and to society, and the best mooes of treating them;
sdapted for general nee. Illustrated by Wood -cuts and
The above works are neatly bound in cloth ; price
one Dollar eaca. bent by man iree of postage on
receipt of the pnoe.
FACTS FOR THE FEEBLE: or. Professional Notes
of Curious Medical Consultations. 1 his Pamphlet,
or n taming a great deal of valnable information, sent
FBEE to any address.
A liberal diseount snil be made to Booksellers, A gents,
sad others wishing to purchase 1U Books or more st s
time. As these books are already well knows, their
sale is rapid ana sure.
Addreoa T. XV. STRONG,
Care of Bos 36043, N. Y.
Having succeeded to the
Bell Company, all orders
should now be addressed
Send for Ctrcnlars.
JAM KS L. HAVEN k CO.
No. 140 Walnut Sty
HOW TO GET PATENTS
IS FULLY EXPLAINED in a Pamnhl.t of luft nave.
just issued by ML.N-V k CO ,37 Park Row, New York.
r r. 3 1- ihkk,
MUNN k CO., Editors SrientiU Ameri
can, the best Mechanical Paper in the
world. ( -2.il Yeaju Kipcbience). have
rATENTtsV-taken .11 ore Pntrnts, and examined
.Here iBveiiiMtas, than any other
Agency. Send sketch snd descriptaon
Agents ! Head This !
Urr. WU.l. PAY AGENT! A SALARY ol
-k.'tU per week and expenses, or allow a larse
commission, to sell our new wonderful inventions
Adreen, i. AUJ nM. CO., Marshall M x-ti
Improve your Seed The best is
The earliest and most productive field Corn, having
yielded the past unfavorable reason over 1 W4i bushej,
whetted Corn per acre, in many instances when planted
in the same held, with equalcbance, has ripened from
J to a weeks earlier snd yielded double the amount of
other corn. TVo bnehels increase in wield per acre wiil
pau com of seed. Send ssttmp for Descriptive Circular,
Wlin testimonials rrom reiiaoie larmers uirournoui tne
country, tine quart, by mail, poet-paid 7c.t two
quarts, I. J-'is four quarts One peck, by
Kinross or freight, 9'2; half bushel. 9.U one bushel,
.i. Address It. FANM.Nti, Sr.m-er emd Dealer
i. farm itmif, J a mm pert, ltawg island, Nrw
EST FRENCH PROTECTORS for Gents, 3 per
uoa. it nte te at. nvana, vs i nainasa nt., t. x .
BEST SIX COED
m L CLARE, S:h JbL
'Superior to aaj Zrawa Tbai
- This preparation, long and farorab!)
known, will thoroughly re-invigorat
broken down and low-spirited horses
by strengthening and cleansing Uu
stomach and intestines.
It is a sure preventive of all diseaset
expmtim? incident to thiii animal, such as LCNO
r C V t, K, liL,A.MJtKS, Xr-LLtlW
WATER, HEAVES, CDUrtHS. PIS
rEMPER, FEVERS, FOUN DER,
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITAL
fcN EKt. x, Sc. Its nse improves .-. iil
me wind, increases the appetite
rives asmooth and Rlosjy skin and
Lraniforms the mi-ra!i!e skeleton :
Jito a fine-looking and spirited horse, i
To keepers of Cows this prepara
tion is invaluable. It is a sure pre
ventive against Rinderpest, Hollow
Horn, etc It has been proven by
actual experiment to increase the
quantity of milk and cream twenty
per cent, and make the butter firm
.nA aw.M,t fn f.H,in. il
rives them an appetite, loosens their hide, and make
ihem thrive much faster.
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coaghs, Ulcers in
iv. r t : . i . . .
hue L.uurs, uvtir,ac., kins arucisacs
is a speci fie. Br putting from one-
ialf a paper to a paper in a barrel of (
iwill the above diseases will be eradi--a
ted or entirely prevented. If given
to time, a certain preventive and
sure for the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOrTZ, Propric.or,
BALTIMORE. 91 d.
For sale by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout
the United States, Can atlas and South America.
Is it that Dr. Roback's Stom
ach Bitters increase in sak
every year ?
They are the best comDina
tion ever made.
Po the Druggists recom
mend Dr. Roback's Bitters
to their customers?
Affer years of experieneo
and trial they have been
proven to be a sure cure
for Dyspepsia and Indiges
Is it that Physicians us.-j
and recommend Dr. Ro
back's Sugar-coated Bloml
They know the ingredients
of which they are made.
Are Dr. Roback's Blood
Purifier and Blood Pills
the best remedies taken to
gether for the cure of all
diseases of the blood ?
The Blood Purifier is the
only article in the market
which contains the celebrated
costly Drugs imported 'ex
pressly from Sweden for it3
manufacture, and the Pills
contain the active principle
of Podophyllum (Mandrake
Root,) and is a substitute
Are Dr. C. W. Roback's
Stomach Bitters, Blood Pu
rifier and Blood Pills the
three greatest remedies the
woiic has ever known?
After eleven years' experi
ence and trial the sales have
increased each and every
year, and thousands of let
ters (unsolicited) of the re
markable cures they have
performed bear witness.
Read the letters in "Local
Column of cures by these
A REGULAR GRADUATE OK "M EDICCtfK.
ss diploma ati office wi.l "how, has been longer
engaged in the treatment of Venereal. Sexual and
Private Diat-s.es Ulan any other physician in bt.
Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Orchitis.
Iierui mu umiiui-i . , i iii.uj iiii.i.i i . t.
Syphilitic or Mercurial Afflictions of the Throat, a
skin or bones are treated with onparalelled success. 4
spermatorrhea. Sexual UeOiiuy ana impotency,
as the result of self-abuse in youth, sexual excesses
in mainror years or other can weesnd which produce
some ef the following effects, as nocturnal emis
sions, blotches, debibty.dizzinesa. dimneesof sight,
confusion of ideas, evil forebodings, aversion to
society of femaWI. of memory and sexual power,
and rendering marriage un proper, are perma
TheDoutor'sninortiinities in hospital and private
practice are unsurpassed in St. Louis or any other
city, iiack L ol t. I -mu papers prove that be has
been located ' here Ion ver by years than any others
advertising. Tbe eatublubment, library, laboratory
and appointments are onnvalled in the Vt est, un
surpassed anywhere. Age,wiUiexperieoce,canoe
relied upon, nd the doctor ean refer to many phy
sicians throughout the country. In past success and
present position ne stands w.uout a competitor.
The Writing if a Physician whone r-pts"
tation Is Unioa-wide should be
Do-ro-s "WHrrrTEB publishes a MXD1CAL
PAMPHLET ralating to venereal diseaaesand the
disastrous snd varied consequences of self-aline.
that will be sent toanyaddreseins sealed enveiupe
fortwostamns. Many physivianHintmduceoatieiits
to the Doctor after reading his Medical Pamphlet.
Communication confidential. A friendly talk will
cost yon nothing. Office central, yet set-red
1,0. oil vw iuuhi. iree, t-i. I.OU1S, Jao.
A. M. to J P. SL Sundays 12 to 2 p. X.