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PERRY DAVIS' 1870
Vegetable "Pain Killer."
The Great Family Medisine of the Xga.
THIRTY YEARS bm elapsed sineethe introduc
tion of tie Pud Killer to to public, and yet at the
ri miiTit time it IS more OOTHllar and emnmanda a Umw
ale than ever before, lie popularity is not confined to
this country wooe ; ail over toe world ita beneficial
effects in caring the "ills that flesh is heir to," are
acknowledged and appreciated, and as a Pant ailllu
its fame is limited to i o country, sect nor race.
Thikty Years is certainly long enough timet prove
the emcacy of any medicine, and that the pain kJJ LKK
is deserving of all its proprietors claim for ft, is amply
proved by the nnparaleUed popularity it has attained
It is a sure and kftbcttve remedy.
Ur-Sold by all Druggist.
Sold at Milwaukee by H. BoswoitTH A SoH SG rttf ke
A Buttok, Rica A Rrsimi, Diuie Bros., Dohkev
taCBXUrt A Co.. and all Milwaukee Druggists.
Itch ! Itch 1 ! Itch ! 1 1
SCRATCH SCRATCH!! SCRATCH! i!
In from 18 to 48 hoars
Cures The Itch.
, t nree Velt Itheana.
Cures Barbers Itch.
1 Cores Old boreal .
Cure emery kmdaf Sisn atmSn
MAGIC, i i
: " AT m
Price, 50c a box ; by mail, 60o
AillMWF!ESi POTTKK- ITS Wanhimrtrwi R t
Pr. Matmfleld'aTsu-kiNh ryrar, warranted to
Sent by express to any addresa C MANS! 1ELD
M. D lUSt Main street. Worcester. Mass.
OF THE AGE.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURAXGIA DISSOLVENT.
Reader, yon may consider thl a sort of spread eagls
hoariinr bat 1 mean every word of it. I have been
, there. When your system is racked witii
pain, and yon cannot even turn yourself in bed, or sittteg
in a chair, yon most sit and suffer, in the Bommi wish
ing it was night, sad at nignt wisning " was morning.
V naa yon nave
whea every nerve in your being is like the sting of
wasp, circulating toe most venomous ana da powm
around your heart, and driving yoa to the Tory verge of
madness: When yon have tne
that I bare just got through with,') that most awful
most heart. withering, most strength destroying, most
a pint-breaking and mind-weakening of all diseases that
can afflict our poor human nature. When yon have the
lying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to torn
yourself in bed, and every movement will g o to yoni
heart like a knife; now tell me, if relief and core of any
of these diseases in a few days is not the Greatest
Medical Blessing of the Age, tell na what is I
DLR POTIONS TO USE. Yon will take a tablespoon,
fnl and three spoonfuls of water three times a day, and
in a tew days every particle of rheumatic add neuralgia
pain will be aiasoiveo. ana pass on oy toe aiuneya.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY.
WHOUXAl.lt AOEirrs. Fuller, Finch A Fuller, lord
A Smith, K. P. Dwyer A Co., Burnhams A Van Scbaack.
Huriburt Kdsak. Toiman bang, umoago; ur jeu m
u .... re ; M. . . Umwm!, a Kflll IMllhM A
Schmidt, Milwaukee; McCulloch A MeOocd. LaOroeae;
Noyes B.-os ht. Paul; Collins Bros., Z. V. WetxeL
Meyers Bros., St. Lows; Moore A Tarbot. Zankarman m
At retail by all druirrata Price, $1-Ba
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
For all Diseaaesof the Langs and Respiratory Organs
Schenck's Seaweed Tonic for Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion. Sehenck's Mandrake Pills, for Liver Complaint
These popular medicines have now been before the
public nearly forty years, and the reputation they hare
attained renders it nseless to puff thorn. Thousands
who bare 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's medicines effect their wonderful cures of
The answer is a simple one. They begin their work
of restoration by bringing the stomach, liver and bowels
into an active, healthy condition. It is foo I that cores
this formidable disease. Schenck's Mandrake Pills act
on the liver and stomach, promoting healthy secretion,
and removing the bile and slime which have resulted
from the inactive or torpid condit;on of these organs
and of the system generally. This sluggish state of the
body and the consequent accumulation of the nnhitiiy
aabstances named, prevent the proper digestion of
food, and as a natural conseqnence create disease,
which results in prostration and finally in death.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, when
taken regularly, mingle with the food, aid the digestive
organs, make good rich blood, and, as a natural conse
qnenoe, give flesh and strength to the patient. Let the
facult; say what it may, this is the only true core for
Consumption. Experience has proved it beyond the
shadow of a doubt, and thousands are to-day alive and
well who a few years since were regarded as hopeless
eases, but who were induced to try Dr. Schenck's reme
dies, and were restored to permanent heali h by their use.
Dr. Schenck's Almanac, containing a fall treatise on
the various forms of disease, his mode of treatment and
general directions how to use his medicine, can be had
gratis or seat by mail by addressing his Principal Office,
No. 15 North Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Price of the Pulmonic and Seaweed Tonic, each.
$LSU per bottle, or $7.50 a half dozen. Mandrake Pols,
cents a box. For sale by all arnggists and dealers.
Family EEedicine Cases
OCT02, "Vrcri-T CAB" XOTT DO FOB
I hare quite t fririly, a good deal of sickness, the
doctor eouiep oTteti, and his bills are not light; and in
the timee rJjCjl J be gratihed to have leas sickness
and light rr k-Ule in tLis direction, if consistent with the
Well, my friend, I can do a. good deal for yon,
I can seed ji-ti one of onr Family. Casts of
Homoeopathic bPZciFirs. which has a small book
of directions, trivfas a description of all the varions
diseases whiUi yea can treat profitably, and full
directions tor cse, giving the medicines, diet, etc.
The various epeofc 5 are all marked and labeled, to yoa
need not be st Ices which to give in a particular case,
and the directions are so plain and simple that you need
not ge astray. Witt one of these oases, yon or yeor wife
will be able tc Best and arrest three-fourths of all the
casesof iiioeae which occorinyoar family. Yoa can do
this, because yoa see the sick child or patient at once,
and long before the doctor wonlb be called, and thus
meet the sickness with the proper remedy at once, and
before it has become serous. In nsingtbesesimpleand
yet effective medicines, also von avoid drugging the
patieBt and thus weakening the system, and laying the
' foundation of f utoredisesse. You also are ihus enabled
to eradicate those tendencies to chronic disease which
exist in so many families and individuals; such as
Semfula, GoM, (xnmanputm, ate By the use, from time
- to time, as occasion requires f or sneh ailment: or dis
eases as sccor, of the proper speciho, not only is the
passing disease cured, but the foundation, so to speak,
ot subsequent and grave chronio diseases is removed.
The consequence is that the whole familt improve in
health, have less and lees sickness from year to year,
have more vigor and better constitution, and thas
gradually yon work eat from under the hand of disease
and doctor. Jnst the reverse of this is true, under old
school treatment Every villainous dose of medicine
paves the way tor another, one visit of the doctor often
necessitates another, and a good thorough old-school
doctor can make patients enough in the hrst ten years
of bis professional life, to keep him busy for the balance
of his days. These wrecks of men, made by tne aouse
of calomel, blnenaas, onmine, iodine, opium and
' potaminm, are the harvest fields of doctors. So my
friend get out of this way of doctoring. (Vet a case of
pkcuics, and doctor yourself andfaniily when yoa can.
and when yoa mast have a doctor, send for the most
reliable one in ) oar reach, and yoa wiil soon have sick
ness and doctors rare visitors at your house.
Tnis is no fancy sketch. No mere windy promise.
Thousands have done so, and yon may do likewise. The
amount involved in the experiment ifl not largo, and the
attempt well worth a trial
- Of 35 to 60 large rials, morocco or rose
wood cajtc, containing a apfeifie for
every ordinarr diKeane a family is
anbject to, and books of directions
From 810 to 833
Smaller Family and Traveling cases, with SO
to 28 vials , . ... From;si5to$S
Specifics for all Private Diiteaaes, both for
( ' uri iia and for i're v entive txat fmpixt. io '
vials and pocket cases r nun V-i to $5
Cares Rants. Braises. Lameness. Soreness.
wre Throat. Sprains, Toothache, Karat-be.
NeuraJiria. Rheumatism. I.utnbaso. i'ilcs.
Roils, iiuss, FMire Kyes. lilectiing of the
I. nngs. Nose. Stomach, or of Piles. Corns.
I leers. Old Sores.
I'riee, 6 oz 50 cents; Pints, g 1.00: Quarts.
J-These Remedies. except POXD'S EXTRACT,
by the case or single box. are sent to any part of the
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the prije.
ALL LETTERS HTJST BK ASDEES8ED
. Homoeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, So. 563 BboadwaT, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Wholes alf Agists. Bnrnhame A Van Schaaok,
Huriburt A Edsall, Chicago, lila; Jenks A Gordon,
St. Paul. Minn : Brown, W ebber A Graham, St. Louis,
Mo. ; Farrand. SheJer A Co . Detroit. Mich.
? ? ? P ? P $ f P P ? ? ?
Read the following What the City Missionary of
Boston says about
AI, LETTS LTJTaG-
f- There certainly can not be found a better Cough
or Long remedy. As an expectorant in has no equal
BOSTOK, Mass., Feb. 18, 1869.
Messrs. P. Davis A Son Gentlemen : The package
of Allen's Lung Balsam yon sent me to ase among the
afflicted poor in my C113 missionary work, has proved
very acceptable and useful. It has gone into several
, families, and with remarkable effect in every instance.
One woman has been restored from what her physi
cian pronounoed consumption, after several months'
sickness with cough, great pain in the lungs, and pros
tration, so that she is able now to do housework and
assist in the support of her family, and with care and
oenunned one of the Balsam, she expects entire resto
ration. Another person, a young woman to whoa I gave one
bottle, has received great benent, so that her oongn.
which was of month's standing, is gettiig better, and
ahe has purchased the second bottle, and has every
indication of a speedy cure.
A young man who is raising blood, and quite weak
and sick, naa, by the ase of two bottles, been much
improved, and is able to do a little at his work.
A vnnng man to whom 1 recommended a trial of it
who has bad a bad cough, and mnch 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 beneht. Me sua ie me on a receni visit, ne
would not de without it. lie is hoping (and reasonably
it seems to me) to be able to resume his work again.
Very respectiully and gratefully yours.
ckAS. AKVSDY .City Mission
I. N. HARRIS A Co, Sola Proprietors, )0 aoinnaU
.aVSold by all Druggists.
HOW THE PEOPLE TEST THEIR TRUTH.
This is not an age when people believe or trust what
ever they see tn the pubho journals. Fifty or sixty years
ago when the accuracy of a statement that had appear
ed in one of the gazettes er "News Letters" of the day,
was questioned, it was considered a sufficient answer to
all cavil to say, "It most be so, for I read it in the news
paper." It is not to now. Newspaper assertions most
be verified before they are taken for granted, and this
is especially the case as regards statements setting forth
the remedial properties of proprietary medicines, t or
example: 'it was not until the tonic and alterative
properties of Hostetters Stomach Bitters had been
deliberately and thoroughly tested by thousands, and
found to be in perfect accord with the printed claims
pot forth in its behalf, that it was accepted by
the pubho at large as a .9i.fcrrf AVsnrfy. But when
multitudes who bad resorted U it as a safeguard against
mal-trioos fevers, a core for indigestion and biliousness,
a means of strengthening the irame, sheering the
spirits and imparting constitutional vigor, came forward
ind testified that its beneficial effects had exceeded
their most sanguine expectations, of emtm the world
believed. To resist such proofs was impossible. Great
care has been taken front the beginning not to orrMu
the merits of the Bitten. Exaggeration and bombast
have been the death of many preparations that might
otherwise have survived. They were "weighed in the
balance and found wanting." Hoatetter'a Bitters, on
the oontrary, have never been announced in grandilo
quent language as a cure for every bodily ill, but simply
as a pare harmless vegetable specific possessing
remarkable invigorating, regulating, anti-bilious and
antiseptic properties. This is exactly what the pubbo
know the medicine to be, and its enormous sales is an
argument in ita favor.
Hair Dye has been proved poiaonlees. Professor Chil
ton, whose reputation as an analytical chemist gives his
statements the weight of authority announces that
CEISTADtEO'S EXCELSIOK DYE
has been subjected to the proper tesia in his laboratory
and that the results show it to he
as well as admirably adapted to the purposes f or which
it is designed. This is important, aa the public aaa just
been warned by two leading scientiflc organs, against
THIRTY DEADLY DYES
now before the public.
CRIST ADO RO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE, aa a
Dressing, acta like a charm on the Hair after Dyeing.
J. D. Park and R, MaCBFAnr A Co, Cincinnati. O
To tbelJuHee. ifviox Bamafomr'i Cordial Bairn
of tvrxemm tor Female Oomplaista. the safest and most
reliable remedy ever known.
nedyever Known, martanrea in an usuus.
Price )f-T, with dire
Price 5, with directions, sent by express to any address.
J, M. liV Slain m.. v oraner,
Napoleon's Letter to M. Ollivier—Magna
Charta as Defined by Imperialism.
The Emperor Napoleon has addressed the
following letter to 1L Ollirier:
"I think it opportune, under present cir
cumstances, to adopt all reforms required
by the constitutional government of the
Empire, in order to put an end to the im
moderate desire for a change which prevails
in certain minds, and also not to leave pub
lic opinion unsettled by creating instability.
"The first place I accord to those re
forms which refer to the constitution and
the prerogatives of the Senate. The con
stitution of 1852 and above all things to
provide the Government with the means of
establishing authority and order, but it re
mained to be perfected. But it was neces
sary that it should remain perfectible, as
long as the state of the country would not
permit the establishment of public liberties
on solid bases. At the present time,
when successive changes have gradually
created a constitutional regime in harmony
with the bases laid down in the plebiscite,
it is important to replace in the domain of
law all that more specially has reference to
the preservation of legislative order, to
impress t definite character upon the latest
reforms, to place the constitution above all
controversy, te call upon the Senate that
grand body which contains so many bril
liant men to lend to the new regime their
mosf efficacious concurrence.
"I therefore request you to come to an
understanding with your colleagues and
lav before me the draft of a Senatm Con
silium which shall firmly fix the funda
mental dispositions derived from the
plebiscite of 1852, and which shall divide
the legislative power between the two
chambers, aud restore to the nation that
portion of constituent power it had dele
gated to nie. Napoleon."
The following Western patent were isened
from the United States Patent Office, for
the week eu&jtg April 5, 1870, as reported by
Farwell, Ellsworth & Co., Patent Solicitors
and Attorneys in Patent Causes, 162 Lai e
Vapor Burner Silas D. Baldwin, Chicago.
Floor Sifter, Colander and Strainer Boon A:
Brick Machine F. L. Clarke, Oakland.
Float and Meal Chest J. M. DasbieU, Decatur.
Bail Ear Mason k Bice, Chicago.
Water Elevator M. 8. McAfee, Cheater.
Wood Turning Lathe O. H. Perry, Goloonla.
Revolving Plow Colter- M. Richards, Princeton.
Fanning Mill Ron k A Tharp, Nashville.
8id Iron Hester Wm. Scarlett, Anrora-
Dle for Making Chord-Bar Heads F. 3. Smith,
Combined Distilling Apparatus Wolff, Rash,
Pahlman A Welsh, Chicago.
Gate AquiUa Becraft, Jacksonville.
Portable Swing Mary D. Brine, Chicago.
Hay Press G. H. Aylworth, Brighton.
Spring Bed Bottom Mathew Faloon, Blooming,
Adjustable Elbow Joint for Water Pipes J. J.
Brick Mold M. T. Glimsdal, Bockford.
Revolving Swing K. Graves, Roscoe.
Field Roller A. 8. Keagy, Harristown.
Flooring C. J. McAbster, Chicago.
Ditching Machine S. P, McKelvey, FarmerCity.
Vehicle Elias Rowe, Vend alia.
School Desk C. W. nherwood, Chicago.
Vegetable Washer H. J. Wattlea. Bockford.
Base Burning Stove A. White, Qjuemmo.
Washing Machine Joseph Balsley, Bedford,
Tape-Lin 1 Box C. E. Donnellan, Indianapolis.
Chimney Cwl N. Douglas, Goshen.
Waun Axle T. M. Cloxton, Rising Sun.
" Furnace John Hulbert, Jr., Richmond.
Grain Separator L. Royer, Boyerton.
Car Coupling Wm. Wixuer, Union City,
15 ode of Securing Horse Powers to the Ground
F. W. Randall, Union.
Cultivator U. f. bt John, hsiamatoo.
Attachment to Seeding Machine G. E. St. John,
Harvester Ell B. Rice, Madison.
Hot Air Furnace Lansing Bonnell, Milwaukee.
Machine for Cutting Locks in Hoo. a T. Conk-
ling, Fond du Lac.
Fruit Jar I. G. Purdy. Janesville.
Dumping Platform B, M. Fish, Glenwood.
Horse Hay Rake J. H. Morris, Msquoketa.
Flood Gate A. E. Noble, La Motte.
Snow Plow for Railways R. Wilson, Des Moines.
Horse Power Geo. Oorlletn, UHca,
Latch Machine Joaiah Ovthoudt, Minneapolis.
Nervous debility, with its gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
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 the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of eases. Price $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very important in obstinate er old
cases, or (1 per single box. Sold by all drug
eiuts. and sent bv mail on reoeiDt of price.
Address Humphreys' Specific Homeophatio
Medicine Co., 562 Broadway, New York.
Wholesale A fentt Burnhama A Van Schaack, Hnrl
hurt fMsalL rhfeacn. ni : Jnlr Oordon. ttt.
Paul, Minn.; Brown, Webber 4 Graham, St. Louis,
Mo.; Farrand. Sheley A Co.. Detroit. Mich.
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
This epLndid Hair Dyo is the beat in the
world, the only true and perfect Dye; harm
less, reliable, instantaneous; no disappoint
ment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill
eifocts of bad eyea; invigorates and leaves
the Hair soft and beautiful black or brown.
Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers, and
properly applied at the Wig Factory, 16 Bond
street, New York.
Durno's Catarrh Snuff.
Strengthens Weak Eyes Improves the
Hearing, llelieves Headache, Promotes Ex
pectoration, Cures Catarrh in its worst forms,
and sweetens the Breath. It ooutaius no
Ttibacco, is mild, aiid promotes a pleasant
sensation tU'.l beuefii-ial results to all who
aporecute "A Clear Head." Sold everywhere
bv'Druggists. Kiudeu A Wkthf.rkt.t., Agents,
104 William St.. New York
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba.
Three hundred thousand doUars in Gold
drawn entry 17 days. Prizes cashed and in
formation tarnished. The highest rates paid
for DouMoons and all kinds ot Oold and Sil
ver, government securities, &c. TAYLOK &
CO., Bankers, No. 16 Wall St,, N. Y.
NEW BRITON, Hamilton Co., Ind., May 2.
Da.C.W. Bob ace Dear Sir.- 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 up as
incurable. I then resorted to the various
patent medicines of the day, but she found
uo react from them. At last I was requested
to procure some of vour Scandinavian Blood
Purifier and Bloed Pills. 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 respectfully,
ROBERT M. TAYLOR.
Cheapest aisd Best. Mrs. Whiteomb's
Syrup for children is sold by druggists for 25
rJntA a bottle, and Is an admirable nrenara-
tion for infantile disorders.
Htjbxbut & Eosaix's, leading wholesale
ArmrrtriDtm rt LVlA N fifth WAst.. AnrTIAr Ikfl
street and Wabash avenue, Chicago.
Nebvocb Headache, Livee CostPLAirr.Ac.,
to. The brain being the most delicate and
sensitive of all our organs, is necessarily
more or less affected by all our bodily ali
ments. A headache is often the first symp
tom of a serious disease. If the nervous
system is affected, there is always trouble at
its source in the pericranium. And it may
be here remarked that as the nervous fibre
perades the entire frame, no part of the
physical structure can be affected without
the nerves suffering sympathetically. Liver
complaint of every iyue affects the brain.
Sometimes the effect "is stupor, confusion of
ideas, hypochondriasis; sometimes persistent
or periodical headache. In any case, the best
remedy that can be taken is Plantation Bit
ters. In headache proceeding from indiges
tion or biliousness, or b:th, the stom
achic and anti-bilious properties of the pre
paration will soon relieve the torture, by re
moving the cause. If the complaint is purely
nervous in other woids, if it has originated
in the norvons system, and is not the result
of sympathy, the Bittebs will be equally effi
cacious. So light and delicate are all the prepara
tions made from Sea Moss F arise that it is
invaluable for invalids and all those requiring
a light and easily digested food.
Lt ion do not feel well you send for a doc
tor, he calls upon yon, looks wise, scrawls
some hieroglyphics upon a piece of paper
which you take to a drag store and there pay
50 cts. to 41.00, besides the doctor's foe, for
a remedy nine times ont of ten not half so
good as Dr. Morse's Indian Boot 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, just as an experiment, the Morse's
Indian Root Pills. They are prepared from
a formula pronounced by the most learned
physicians of our country, to be the best and
most universal of family medicines. The
Morse's Indian Boot Pills cure Headache,
Liver Complaints, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Female Irregularities, ic, and are put up
both sugar-coated and plain. Give them a
tria- Sold by all dealers.
Lf totj have a discharge from the nose,
offensive or otherwise, partial loss of the
sense of smell, taste or hearing, eyes water
ing or weak, feel dull and stupid or debilitat
ed, pain or pressure in the head, take cold
easily, you may rest assured that you have
the Caiarrh. "Thousands annually, without
manifesting half of the above symptoms, ter
minate in consumption and end in the grave.
No disease is so common, more deceptive or
less understood bv physicians. R.Y. Pierce,
M. D., of Buffalo, N. Y.,is the proprietor of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, a perfect specific
for Catarrh, "celd in the head." or catarrhal
headaehe, wnich he sends to any address,
post paid, for sixty cents, or four packages
for $2. Sold by moat druggists everywhere.
In jrciiBERS there s safety. It was upon
this principle that the formula of Jtoson's
Mount atx Herb Pills was prepared. Dr.
Judson, intending to spend a fortune in ad
vertising his pills, submitted his recipe to the
revision of the most intelligent and learned
physicians of the age, and the result is a
simple but most efficacious medicine the
Judsok'8 Mountain Herb Pills. Tbey purify
the blood, remove all obstructions, cleanse
the skin of all pimples and blotches, and are
perfectly sure ana safe in their operation.
Tho Judson 's Mountain Herb Pills cure
Biliousness, Female Irregularities, Headache,
and many of the diseases arising from impure
blood and a deranged digestion. Use the
Jcdson'b Mountain Herb Pills, and when
vou have proved their virtue recommend
them to vour friends. They are both sugar
coated and plain. For sale every h re.
Pbubsdtq's Celebrated Cider Vinegar is the
best tn the market. Ask your giooer for it.
n GREAT CHANCE FOR AGEHTS
I 75 b 8 200 per month. We want to employ a
1 iroodagentin every oountyin the U. S. on cotn-
mission or salary to introd ace oar WorUi A',
lld IWal H'tf H tr Clohm Z-t,-will last a hun
RJ dred years. If yonwantaprofitableand pleasant
l 1 employment, address R. A. Bush ACo.,Manfrs,
B U 76 WWiam SU, A. 1 or 16 jMarborm Chicago.
OPF.RAW or Fra Diavolo, Mananirllo,
Crown Diamonds, FaaHt. Martha, Norma.
Kiegant uniform editions in small quart size, oontain
0 text and brilliant and effective (but not difficult)
arrangement of the Overtures, and all the Principal
Music both for Voice with Accompaniment and for
Piano Solo. Music finely engraved. Illustrated with
beautiful 8 TEFL and Colobkd Plates ascd Wood
Knoka vinos. Pbji- S2.50 each, or for three, or $10
for the six Opera a Sold by the principal y nsic Dealers,
and by AMERICAN OPKRA PUBLISHING CO., 19
North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
. Circulars sent on application.
PATRON I SEWING MACHINE
is a first-class, large, handsome double-thread
family machine. It is the quickest, easiest and
simplest known. Price jflO. Also the most
efficient and practical
Live men can make money bv selling them.
Credit given on good security. Send referencea Only
letters enclosing two stamps will be answered.
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IMITATION POROUS PLASTERS.
Perforated Planters In Imitatloa of
are being offered for sale. These we have seen art a
preparation of "lead plaster," and calculated to induce
paralysis, oostiveness and colics.
To give relief from pain is the object of ALLOOCK'8
POROUS PLASTERS, which are warranted to contain
ONLY INNOCENT DRUCS,
without a particle of lead or any mineral whatever in
their composition. We have made them for twenty
seven years, and will always prepare them aa heretofore.
They are harmless ; bat for local pains nothing has ever
proved so vastly curative, as an outward application, as
the justly celebrated
Porous Plaster of Mr. Allcock.
Even stricture of the bronchial tabes, dropsy ot the
heart, tumors, internal and ovarian, are said to have
been eared by this plaster. Bat in all ases for a
strengthening plaster, and for nervous and lecal pains,
we have the testimony of the first physicians of the
United States and of Europe in their favor.
How great the comfort to have a suffocating eongh, to
have sharp pains of the chest, qseer creeping sensations
around the heart, cored by the simple remedr of a clean,
flexible, entirely unobjectionable plaster t Bnt internal
tumors, considered of a fatal character, are also eared
by this mild and innocent application, which, acting
like a second skin, prod aces a steady pressure, by which
absorb tion, resulting in ease at onoe, aad ultimate cure,
Being a preparation from Frank ss cense, Rubber and
Burgundy Pitch, they seem to possess the quality of
and imparting it to the body, whereby the circulation
of the blood becomes equalized upon the parts what
applied, causing pain and mot bid action to cease. The
Porous Plasters are flexible, and found of great help to
those who have weak backs or pain in the side. Kspe
oiatly are they valuable to those who have neglected
colds. Tbey are often preventives of oonsamptioa; nay,
they are believed to have loosened the grasp of this
terrible affliction, and been mainly instrumental in
effecting a core. In variable climates ther should be
worn on the breast or between the shoulders or over the
kidneys, by those who are subject to take oold easily.
This simple clan will soon produce a eonstitntional
vigor that will enable it to resist extraordinary changes
of temperature. Experience has proved the Porous
P.aster to be a blessing to the eonsump tively incli aed,
invariably producing the most remarkable abatement
of the worst symptoms.
From the Eev. Dr. Beattie.
ScOTCHTOWit, Orange oounty, IT. T.. Cot, 30, ISiB.
Thoma s Alloock. A Co., Sing Sing :
Your Porous Flatters are a great blessing. My
daughter, Isabella, had whooping eongh soms twelve
months since; when the seventy of the disease
abated she still for six months had a distressing oongn,
and became very weak and thin. Finding internal
remedies of no avail, an Allcock's Porous Plaster was
spplied to her chest. The eongh was relieved front the
day it was pat on, and in one month was entirely eared.
I am yours, truly, D. BEATTIE.
Kervous Affection of the Head Cured.
For two years I have been a great sufferer from neu
ralgia in the head, and found only temporary relief
from all the various remedies that 1 have tried nntil I
applied one of Allcock's Porous Planters. I ent it into
three strips placing one under each shoulder blade and
t he other over the small of the back, and for the past
three months I have had scaroely a twinge of the old pain.
I advise all who suffer from cervoos diseases to lose
no time in making a trial of the wonderful Porous
Plaster. A. F. STERLING, Sec? Singer Mfg. Co.
New Yohk, June 8, lw8.
Gainrtown, Ala., Nev. 27, 1868.
Messrs. Thos. Aixcotk A Co. Daring the extensive
practice of ten years 1 have been a frequent witness of
the magical qualities of your POROUS PLASTERS.
I can certify that they are all you claim for them. In
fact, I have never l nown them to fail in giving relief in
local pains, or to impart support to the part where
applied. Send me six dozen at once. Yours,
ROBERT E. CAMPBELL, M. D.
D. Meyer, of Savannah, Ga, says they are the best
mechanical supporters for weak muscles ever discov
ered; that by their warming properties they bring
power and health, nntil the strength of the muscles is
entirely restored ; that he knows a case where Allcock's
Plasters cared a gentleman of weak spine : that he daily
prescribes them in his practice with the happiest
results, and desires as to refer to him.
Dr Henderson, of FarnviUe, La., says:
The counter irritant effect of Allcock's Porous Plas
ters is produced ia such a mild and gradual way, they
so invigorate the circulation around the parts to which
they are applied, and exert upon all nervous discs sos
snch a great sedative inllnence, that I place them con
fidently at the head of every plaster now in nse."
Dr. Johnson, of Hartford, says :
My daily experience eon firms the very superior excel
lence of your Porous Plastere. At this moment of
writing a man applies for one. who, by entanglement
in a shaft of machinery, had both his legs broken, spine
severely injured, and was for nearly a year entirely
helpless. This man fonnd relief very soon by the appli
cation of a plaster to his spina He was soon enabled
to work, and now be labors as well as ever. He would
cheerfully pay hve dollars for a single plaster if they
could not be had at a lower rate. Sargeons shoalr
make nse of these perforated plasters to the exclusion
of all others, as their flexibility and adhesiveness are
greatly in advance of all other plasters with which I
am acquainted, while the perforations peculiar to them
render them grealy superior to all others for ordinarr
surgical uses. Knowing the plasters to be so useful, 1
have no scruples that my sentiments shenld be known.
J. W. JOHNSFN, M. D.
Dropsy of tte Heart Cured.
Glm Riddle P. O., Delaware Cot-NTT, Pa.,'.
March 16. laSL i
Messrs Thomas Alloock, A Co. Having been trou
bled with the heart disease for a long time, and after
doctoring with our physician for months ana obtaining
no relief, I gave np in despair. I was troubled with
sharp pains in my chest and loud sounds afcx-ut my
heart, and often felt that death would be a blessing.
At this time . was persuaded to apply one of roar
Porous Plasters. Within a few hours after placing one
on my cneet 1 felt no more pain, ana au tnroooing
MiMd ahout mv heart, and I felt like a new man.
Yours respectfully. CHARLES BATTY.
25,000 Sold by One Deafer.
Mimsus. J. Balch A Son. of Providence. R. L. write.
November, 1 Has. "We have sold the Porous Plasters
tor twenty years, ana, si retail ana joooing, mast nave
sold twenty fire thousand altogether. They are well
Kew Yori. Nov. it, 1858.
T. ALLOOCK A Co. Gentlemen 1 lately suffered
severely from a weakness i n my back. Having heard
four plasters much recommended for eases of this kind
procured one, and the result was all that I could
desire. A single plaster cured me in a week. Yours,
respectfully, G. BRIGGS.
Coon's STOKE, Rockingham County, Va ,
November 2U, ltxB. f
Messrs Aixcock A Co:
I lately suffered severely from a pain and weakness in
my back. I tried many applications prescribed by onr
doctors, but without doing any good At length I tried
your Porous Plaster, which benefitted me at once.
Yours, ERASMUS KEFF.
A Man Saved from Lameness for Life.
A gentleman, from placing the heel of his boat oa a
piece of orange peel, was suddenly thrown down and
violently sprained his knee. He was six months coo
hoed to the boose, though he had the best medical
adnoe. At last he applied an ALLCOCK'S POROUS
PLASTER, and ia less than two months his knee was
Cn'-e of a Badly Crushed Breast.
May T. 1864.
Gentlemen In December, 1863, my breast bone was
crushed and badly injured by being struck by a heavy
spar.' I was taken home senseless, where for weeks I
lay at the point of death. My doctors could do bat
bttle for me and I suffered continual pain. The doctors
thought a buster plaster would help if pat on the
breast, but I thought I would try, instead, Allcock's
Porous Plaster. I put one on my breast and side, and
from that time began to get better, and in one month
I was well, free from pain, and able to attend to my
business. Any one can call and see my bresst and I
wiil show them a modern miracle of cure.
J. R. BUCK, No. 3 South Fifth St.
Williamsburg h, L. L
Thoma Alloock A Co
A child eight years old, son of Mr. Draper, of Sing
Sing, fell out of a loft some twenty feet, He was sadly
bruised. Six plasters were torn up and applied to
every braise. The next day he was oat playing as usual,
and in a few days the plasters were removed and he
was perfectly cured.
A ease occurred of severe croup, where no doctor
oould be had before morning. The mother bethought
of some Porous Plasters she had in the house. Tbey
were slit so as to fit aroond the throat and chest. The
whistling breathing soon abated. In a few hours the
child slept, and in the morning no sign of croup
Mr. Wm. May, of 245 Spring Street, New.York. writes
January 1. ltsoti: "I have been anlicted with asshma
for upward of ten years, receiving no benefit from
medical men. I was advised by a frieed to try one of
A 11 ock's Porous Plasters. 1 said I had tried several
kinds of plasters without any benefit, and supposed
they were all alike. My friend gave me one of Allcock's
and nrged me to use it, I did so, ad have now worn
tnem steadily for nine months, and find myself better
thsn I hsve been for many years. To all afflicted with
this awful complaint I say give them a fair chance, and
you vhd bless the day yoa hrst put one on."
Mrs. James H. Bursdell. of Wbitlockvilla, Bedford.
Westchester county, was thrown from her carriage and
bad ber arm broken between the elbow and the
shoulder. After her arm 'was set and the bone bad
fully knit she continued to suffer great pain at the
point of fracture, and passed many suffering days and
sleepless nights, nothing relieving her untu she applied
Allcock's Poroas Plasters. After using them one
month she wascompletely cared. She obtained great
relief the first day they were applied.
A Cure for Cold Feet.
S. O. Smith, Esq., of the American Hotel of Babylon.
L. L, had been troubled for many years with cold feet.
He had seen Allcock's Poroas Plaster used for whoop
ing cough with great benefit, and he concluded to try
one for each foot, cut to the shape of the foot. The
relief was immediate, and he has never been troubled
with cold feet since.
Their application, after purging, cures fever and
ague, ague cake, the spleen, and nam of the left side,
just above the hip joint, is infallibly cured by
Allcock's Porous Plasters.
They are now widely used in hospitals, both in Amer
ica and Europe, and approved by all pbysiciana They
give immediate relief in lumbago, as well as ia pains
of the side and back, whether they proceed from weak
ness, fatigue, or other ssnssa,
Rheumatism of the Wrists Cured.
From overstraining and other eanses I lost the nse of
my wrists. I applied an Allcock's Plaster around each
wrist, and in a few hours they were cared. I think
workingmen, especially mechanics, should never be
without them. JOHN HVLAND, Carpenter.
Near Albini Avenue, Sing Sing. Deo. 6, 139.
Mrs. Richards, a well snewa person of Sing Sing, was
cured of rheumatism of the wriste by toesePlastera in
a lew weeks
CHOTON, Westchester Coanty, Nov. 8, 1869.
Messrs. Thomas Allcock A Co.
Gentlemen Some three years ago I was prostrated
by a terrible pain in my hip. My doctors said it was
rheumatism, but whatever it was it eon lined me to my
house for two years, and nothing appeared to relieve
ma I finally pat on one of your Porous Plasters, and
shortly felt better. I kept naing them for six months,
and have entirely recovered ; and though mach exposed
have had no return of the disease. Yours, truly,
If you need a Plaster be sure and procure one of All
cock's Porous and you will get your money's worth, and
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introducing their SOAP, by an immediate distribution
among 5U,W0 families throughout the United States,
where it is not already known and used. Confident
that this Soap is in reality the
BEST FA CULT WASHING SOAP
innsa This Company have decided to make this outlay
in order to rapidly increase their already extensive
business. Every family most have Soap, and the Myrtle
Soap Company offer boxes containing 40 pounds of
their Soap for F1YK DOLLARS per box, every box of
which will go as far itt a family as an tsj pound box of
ordinary Soap. Thus, every purchaser of s box,
obtains, not only more value fer $a than oould be got
in any other soap, but in addition, secures one chance
in twenty of becoming the possessor of from o to
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
which in fact will not cost the forton ti p.-rson one
cent. Every family should purchase a box of this Soap
tcUkoHt delay. Of course with snch liberal inducements
families are baying rapidly. The object ot the Com
pany being to distribute the Soap over as great aa
extent of Country as possible it is not desired that too
many of the 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 Companies by special
arrangement carry our Soap by the S'rutle box at their
heavy freight rates: A dams Express Co.: United States
Express Co. ; WelK Fargo A Co. ; National Express;
American Merchants1 Union Exprea
By freight lines the cost on lots ol It boxes will
average about one-half cent per pound.
Tne five dollars may be sent by Kv fire's with an
order to send a box of Soap by return Express; or it
may be sent by PostOtnce Money Order or diaften
New York, with directions for shipping the Soap.
Ant person getting np a clnb of twenty families,
will receive aa extra box, including a chance in the
drawing, FREE OF CHARGE.
We will on receipt of the money, forwsrd a bill
receipted and numbered ; keeping a correct record of
the Name of each purchaser and the Number, so that
when the lot is closed out we can tell who holds each
number. A drawing will then be had ou the plan of
the Royal Havana Lottery, which is the maul correct
and impartial plan known to the pubho A 11 purchas
ers will be notified when the drawing will take place,
so that those who wish may be present, , ut whether
present or not, the interest of each an j all will be
guarded alike, and the fortunate perse ns notified
immediately after the drawing.
The Deed of the Brown Stone House fn deposited
with the Safe Deposit Company, Na 146 A Its Broad
way. N. Y., in trust for the lucky winner of the first
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT,
AMOUNT INSURED, - . - . . &SJX0.
THE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
Or NEW TORE
146 and 148 Broadway, cor. Liberty Street.
FRANCIS H. JENKS, FnuU
FREDERICK FOSTER. See.
B Received. New York, Jan. 1, 1870, from the Myrtle
Soap Co, a deed of a brown stone dwelling, situated
en the north side of Third Street (No. &.'&.) in the city
of Brooklyn. Kings County. New York, for acennnt nf
whom it may concern, for safe keeping with and by this
company, i or me sum oi iwenty-nve tooosand dollars,
lawful money, to which amount the responsibility of
this Company in regard to this deposit a hereby lim-
Signed by FRANCIS H. JENKS. President,
Comtersigned by Freperice Fostfr. Seeretarv.
The integrity, and honorable Management or
MYRTLE SOAP CO., OF NEW YORK.
is vouched for by many well known gentlemen, a few of
wnose names we mention Deiow:
Hon. Walter HarrimaN, Kx-Gpv?oT.New Bampshire.
Hon K II ViMTtn Vm-b
Hoo. Galusha A. Grow, Ex-Speaker U. 8. House of
Mai John L. Woods. Saint Louis. Ma. .
Geo. W. French, Esq., Agt. South Shore tine, Evans
ville, Ind. -
Hon. N. G. Ordwat, Sergt-at-arms V. S. House of
All communications and remittances must be made to
TINKHAM, SCOTT A CO.,
Commimgoa Merchants, 70 Murray St. N. Y.
Agents Myrtle Soap Co.
N. B. One reliable business man in every town is
wanted to act as local agent T. 8. A Co.
A U proposals for advertising the above most be made
to LEES A GO'S Great Western Newspaper Advev-
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portraying the arrival of captives and plans of escape.
witn numerous ana vanea mciaents ana anecdotes
orison embracing, also, the adventures of Cantain
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snd final escape from Sylvania, Georgia. We want an
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to sell it this fall and winter. The volume number
between four and live hundred pages, including an
Appendix, containing the name, rank, regiment, and
post oUice sd dress of the prisoners; it abeauiinlly ilium-
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condition. We employ ne general agents, bat offer
superior inducements to canvassers Old agent will
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been sold in the Fast, One agent sold 3? copies in one
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four weeks. Send !'J.OO and we will forward sample
copy and all necessary instructions concerning the
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vi RR A TDK. It fits into the Kar.is not perceptible.
removes Singing Noises in the Head, aad enables Deaf
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hllrinh's in toe Bowels, and facilitates -2A
a. ) Ct
ip. ) th
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. . I Subdues Convulsions and Pries)
VaiteoBsha everenmaa ail iIuum ina- 1 -l -L
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Hyrap. J Children of all agea Coots.
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in all disorders brought on by Teething or any etoet
eaosa Prepared by toe lira flea iHedleiaa Ceu.
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Sold by dmgasst sad dealers fa medicine sieu eheia
A Cook for the Million.
TvT a titt a nrtA-T
" AAiB Iphyaioiogical rays-
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not laid carelessly about ts. hnass
VXi.zLTt'L o " , . r""( roc r ittv uema
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Before applying to the notorious Quarkt who advertise
m public papers, or using any Vunrk r.i.ii,,.. nsnise
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Dr. Hutu can be ooMolted, personally or by mail, on
the diseases mentioned in his works. Otfice Na U
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Everywhere, male and female, to introduce the
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Price Only 18 Dollars.
Fully Warranted for Fire Tears. -
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Every second stich can be eat. and still the cloth ean.
not be polled apart without tearing it. We pay Agents
from $15 to tin) per month and exoenses. or a oom-
mieHioo trom which twiee tea sssoant caa be made.
SSCOXvXS fc 00..
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CAUTION Beware of all Agents selling Machines
under the same name as ears, unless they can (how s
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ouiw paruej, ui snau prosecute an parues eitav
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extent of the law, unless sucn Machines are ohlai Bed
from us or our Agenta. Do sot be imposed upoa by
parties who copy our advertisements and circulars and
oner wortniess Machines at a less price.
W.AH.-N. Y. 6w.
By the celebrated Author and Lecturer,
FREDERICK HOLLICK. M. D.
THE MARRIAOR GTTTDK? on. KATTTntT. HIS-
TORY OF GENKRATION.-A Private Instructor for
atamea persons and tnose aorut to marry, with numer
ous kngravinss and Colored Plates.
THE DISK ASES OF WOMAN; their Carses aad
Cure fomiharly explained, with practical hints for Iheur
prevention and for the
vatinn n Imh.!. Health
Illustrated by numerous Engravings and Colored Platea
THK MALE GENERATIVE ORoAN.S, in health
and disease, from infancy to old age; being a complete
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the Male System. Illustrated by numerous Engravings
THE MATRON'S MANUAL OF MIDWIFERY,
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Child-bed : being a familiar and practical treatise, more
especial rv intended for the instruction of female them
selves, bnt adapted also for popular use among students
auu iiracviiiuuers in meuicina iiinstratea oy
fifty splendid Encrsvings snd Colored Plates.
A POPULAR TREATISK ON YENF.RKAL DU-
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snd to society, snd the best modes of treating them;
adapted for general nse. illustrated by Wood-cats and
The above works are neatly bound in cloth ; pries
one Dollar each. Sent by mail free oi postage oa
receipt ot we price.
FACTS FOR THK FEEBLE; or. Professional Notes
of Carious Medical Consultations This Pamphlet,
containing a great deal of valuable informatioB, seat
raKB to any aaaress,
A liberal disccant will be made to Booksellers, Agents,
snd others wishing to purchase hi Books or more at a
time. As these books are already well known, their
saie hi rapio. ana sura.
Address T. YV. STRONG,
Care of Box 360vJ, N. Y.
St. Louis Saw Works.
Mannfactnren of SPATJLDING'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOR SALE AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
116 dt 118
CHICAGO. I ST. LOUIS. (NEW ORLEANS
Very few jx-rsons think when thev have
a flno snit of Hair of the very jrrcat impor
tance of cultivating it in their youth.
Nothin? can be more beeominr or desira
ble in old se than a fine full M IT of fl VI 1L
In order to secure this, vear have been
spent by Da. Chaltant in perfecting this
valuable article. It contains 0 si'Li-Ul It!
0 Nl GtK LstD: ! 0 ALCOHOL!!! X0
POISONOUS tOLOEI.Nfi SIATTEB!!!! to
barn and destroy the Terr delicate root cf
It is PURELY VEGETABLE contains
the only vegetable oil ever discovered that
promotes the growth and produces Iodz
luxuriant locks of Liair. It is delicately
perfumed with the sweets of most fragrant
flowers. Thia article is found in the lanre
Cities on almost every toilcttee, bat more
especially amonr the more fashionable
classes, as lt has proved to be the only ar
ticle that will retain the Hair In position
any length or time after oreaimir. it ia
used by Ladies' Hair Dressers and Barbers
at all the lead In? Hotels of the country.
It eoes three times as far as alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol preparations from the natu
ral heat of the head evaporates and leaves
the Hair parched and dry. Price SO cts.
CIVET, GILPIX C0 Proprietors,
OLD BY AXL DRUGGISTS.
prr.T.T-P, FINCH Se FTJT.T.TTR.
Specla fatal ouee of Seeds, either Whole
sale ar Retail, seat la applicants .
oa receipt of Stamp.
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Bleats, iHarhine and Small Taels is a handsome
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for our good to the isinnl Sa. Address all letters to
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w t ffwnn want anvthinfornseon voarfarm. send
. .t.mn ia ii. aiwI we will either write vou the desired
information, or send yoa a Special Circular, of which we
issue s large somber.
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of stamp. F. J. HUNTINGTON A Co 4,29 Broome
fNTELLIGENCR worth knowing. Manhood restor
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itt Chatham street. New York.
"WELCH & GRIFFITHS
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V a rn i. w. af .
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BUCKEYE CHEVINQ TOBACCO.
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is the best Chewing Tobacco made ia the United States.
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ufacturers) Toledo, Ohio, will reserve iu return by
express, 10 pounds of this celebrated Tobacco. Try it.
F.uctoae the money snd addressCHASK, 1M1KRWOOD
A CO., Nos. -a, W k ilt Broadway. Toledo, Ohio.
r-!tai ,i Jin s i juifi i J The Oraat Cigar Tip
n I us I iBWip. o. Box New York.
r ADIKS BENEFACTOR is Dr. Fvsns. M Chatham
J street. New York City. Pnce of his medicines, ti.
i rite fgr a circular. . .-
COMPLEXION POWDER-niebest Made
cheap. Receipt sent for eenta Cireular sent
free. Address JLM. 0 AL VUi, Uadieva StaUoa. lUa,
unlike all other
Bitters in the
Most Bitters, so
called, are merely xcishiicashy stuffs
sold as a beverane. Dr. Boback's.
Bitters are not a beverage in any.
sense of the word, but contain tie1
most expensive drugs known to
science for the radical cure of
Indigestion and Dyspepsia, and
for all eases where a tonic and
restore the vital
forces in a re
and give tone to
It is now eleven
years since Dr,
hoback, the cel
den, came to ihix
country and introduced the. Scan
dinavian Blood Purifier; since
which . time thousands have been
cured, by its use, of Scrofula and
other Mood diseases. It contains.
besides the Iodide of Potassa and
syrup of StiUmgia, drugs import
ed from Sweden for its express
manufacture, unknown and not
kept by apothe
caries in this
country. . A
single trial will
convince the most
skeptical of its
Blood Pills are
any rul manu
factured for a
One trial inva
riably establishes them as favorites
with all who use them.
The reasons why Dr. Boback's
Blood PiUs should be Teevt in ev
ery family are: Because they can
oe employed tn all cases where a
"famUii physic" is reauired. and
are perfectly safe in their admin
istration at all times; Because
they are made
both with and
adapting them to
the use oj every
they can be pur
chased at any
drug store at the
price of twenty
five cents per
' For Sale by Druggists
and Dealers in JPatent
Medicines everitchere. ,
No Hcttrtto. It is mmmited to core lost orimnafred
Taste, Smell or Hearing, Watering or Weak F.vea,
Offensive Breath. Ulcerated Throat er Mouth, Paia
aad Pressure in the Head, and Loss of Memory, when
censed, as all ef them frequently are, by the ravages of
Catarrh, tt is pleasant and painless to use, ooutaius no
strong, poisonous or eaosuo oruga, bat cum ey it nyitl
I wiil pay tbM Reward for a ease of Catarrh that I
Fer Sale by Mas Drwggiitta Everywhere.
Pbicx Only 50 Cetts.
If your Druggist has not yet rot if on sale, dont be out
off with some worse than worthless strong smif, "tuini. .
gator.' er poisoaons caustie solntioa. which will iire
the etiteam tc the lmo instead of curing it, but send sixty
oents to mo and the remedy will reach yon by return
aa. four packages, post-paid, 93 ; one dozen for 6.
Send a two cent stain d for Dr. Base's Pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address the proprietor,
K. V. PLKRUk, M. P. BryTALQ, If. Y,
Horss ifl fill Powers.
This preparation, long and favorabl
known, will thoroughly re-hiviKorat4
broken down and low-spirited horses
by strengthening and eiesnsinf tin
stomach and intestines.
It is a sure preventive of all disease).
nttriiMt incident to this animaL such as LUNG
r a v Ei a, uiii.i umtta, I tu.vs jijaV.
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DI3- A
rrvpea rcvri innncn v
LOSS OF APPETITE AND YITAL
ENERGY, As. Its use Improves
the wind, increases the appetite
rives a smooth and rlossv skin and '
transforms, the miserable skeleton f
into a fine-looking and spirited hone. E
To keepers of Cows this pre pal a
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
percent, and make the butter firm
and sweet. In fattening cattle, it
rives them an appetite, loosens their hide, and makes
iem thrive much faster. -. -
In all diseases ef Swine, snch as Coughs, Ulcers ia
the Langs, Liver, sc., uus arucieacts
is a specine. . By putting from one
balf a paper to a paper in a barrel of (
twill the above diseases will be eradi-;
:ated or entirely prevented. If given
'n time, a eertain preventive and '
yore for the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
Tor sale by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout
the United States, Canadas and South America.
Pc.- I I I.
icAfiur r J v'ii
Should occasion require yoa to purchase this well
knowa remedy, be careful to see that the initials are
B. A." This ia the article that has been so favorably
known since li2, snd purchasers must iuis oa having
it, if they do not wish to have aa imitation forced npoa
SCHWARTZ ek HASLETT,
OTonaerly B. A. Fihnsstnnk's Son A Co..)
SOLE PROPRIETORS. PITTSBURGH. PA.
WHY GO TO EUROPE
to seek preparation for the toilet, when in
YOUR OWN COUNTRY
Yon aaa find
B L 0 D fl
THE BEST UI THE WORLD. 5
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
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