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GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY
OF THE ACE.
Tt. KKVNEOY.ot Roxbary- hae disoov.red In
otis of oar common past ore weeds a remedy that
a-urM K VI K V KiNDOt- Ul'MOR. from the WORST
buKOrULA down to a COMMON PlMPLE.
'J'wo bottles are warranted to euro a nursing ore
Oueto three botUea will ore the wont kind of
Dimples on Uie face.
Twooribree bottles will clear the system of biles. '
1 we bottles are warranted to core the worst caDker
in tbe stotuacit. ,t
Three to hve bottles are warranted to cnte the worst,
kind of eostpela.
One or two bottle, are warranted to core all humor
l o bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears
an blotches among the hair.
hoar to six buttle are warranted to core corrupt and
r ltteea to twenty bottles will care scaly eruptions of
'i wo to tiicoe but ties are warranted to cure the most
acroiula. ,. I
tui.ihuiuiit mim vwnnuniDcan mn
case oc Dyspepsia. 1 Know Hum ine in.
i wo to three bottles are warrant d to cure the worst
desperate c-se of rhenniaiwB. ...
lure. 10 lour uotue. .
lueum.' .... ... ... . . .1
rive to eight bottles wui core me won we i
thousands "- it has boea caused by onuker in the
axotnacti. . . .
One to two botties are warranted to cure aicknead-,
h- . .
One to two bottles i.re wurantea to resuiui
tie state ol the bowels.
One urwo butues wiU regulate all derangements ol
- hour ui xx bottle hare cured the worst cases ol
druiy. . . . . , . . ,
tiiM: to mree ioues nave emeu uw wwa -
piles; a relu nt ala' ex.prienoed : what a mercy to
get rebel m such u excruciaung aiseaxis. !
A benuui w aiwaK expertuiiccd Iroia the hrst bottle,
and a perteci cure u wamuitod when tne above uan
tjiy is taken.
o uluuure of diet ever neoe&sary ; eat the best you can
wt'X . vnuuah ui it. .
ManuticwrU by DONALD KKNNEDV, No. lit
Warren treet, Koxbutj, auM- ......
I r;' fnc,l.iu. i-or natc by every Drusgiat m the
VnUed btatea aud Lrituh x-rblncea.
Time Tests theEifcrits of ail Tilings
FOR THIRTY .YEARS I
Perry Davis' Pain Killer
Baa been tested in every variety ot climate, and by
aunoM. every tialluM knun to Amaltiuik i I n. toe
aunuot constant torn eauioo and luutLuW.le rriena t
Hum udsxunary ana uie traveler, on tea aud land, and
no eue atiouid travel on our la.h.tw OH iUV
Pain iLiller was the) iFirst tvnd ia th.e
Only Pfcrxnajueut Plain Reliever.
Since Uie rAli) KlULt li was nrat introduced, aud
met aitu auul. uuburpasaed aale, many uwutiii,
oulirodto uwuuliBc, tul uoueol uuiiu UJ. avuuued Uu.
UUDDU w r .....i t....x-
WBY IS 'XiilS SO ?
tiives Inf taut keueiirom AcMiisr Teeth
Fron 16.il to this W. 1S7H, (thirty year,) PKRKY
Da Via' r'AXfli kiul-kk. nan naa no mvai i
A;crry llumik&iKT xucl urrp tt ui Aumx, to apply it on
ihe hriO. attack ot any fula, it will give great aaluuae
tory relict, and save hours of suttenu.?.
Ato nok trille wittt yourselvea by testing untried
remedies, fee sure you call lor, and get the genuine
Pa IN KllXKU, aa many worthless noBtrums are
attempted to be sold on Uie great nrputauon oi Oitt
vainatile medicuea. taf AnrecOons aueompany each
It is beuane DAVIS I'Al.V KILL Kit is what it
ri,irK to be, a iieuevar of l ain.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
11 you are tuceruic Iruru 1 N 1'h.KN'AL TAIN, ((
to (k'V at u; u tuiie tatltt will alniuat iualauuy cure
vou. i here ia nulhuig equal to iu In a lew awmeub
H Cllrw vw, vi.Mii". wy.."
Dysentery, lux, Vtiud in the owttia,bour btouuch,
rJSu.Co.UtTcfuuU, where FKVKK AND
AuUa prentila there is no remedy held in greater
eMiim. Fenwn. uaveliiig ahuuld kei'p it by Uiem. A
lew u.op ot water wui prevent eiokuens or bowel
troubles lrom change ot water.
In lureign cuuutriee uie slls for PAIN K1I.1.K.R are
creak. Uwlouudlo .
uure cnolera when all ether
, -aemeflies VaiL
WHKN USKD KXTKHNALLY AS A UNIMENT
aouuug gives quicker ease in Bums, Cuts, liiuiasa,
buraiua. uuiS ot Insect, bcaida. It lemoves the ore,
and the wuuud heais like ordinary sores. I hose autter
uik with Kllr-UAI A l'lsM, OOU f, or NKUKAH.iA,
ll not a pusiuve cure, they hud toe FAIN K.1LLKK
vas Hum teuet when ncotuer remedy will. It
f..p 1 1, a huutnern and Western buoea.
aar k bale by all Medicine Dealers.
bold at Milwaukee by 11. buoWDIiTH A Sotia,
GakkibK A buntm, ivKK A kikuhu. Duaajc buua.,
Duomaj, bcnauKT Ut, and ad Aulwankee Drag
cuts.' - ' ' -
family ffiediciiie Gases
.. . . - r;:-- ASD
DOCTOR. WHAT CAJT TOTJ DO TOH
.. MY rAJtHiX , -
nemsss. quinine. xiine, wimn
m a rm nmrvesi; bo ui oi tioviore.
fi-Ltnil .ntmit of this vu of doctoring, tietaeaseof
an3 when yen must have a doctor, send fort he
T lvn nnitA r tnir.flv. a reoa A del of BkEnew.
doctor eouwe oMec and his bills are not light; acd
tase times I UiouiJ be CTatitied to hae lese eicknsf
aad lighter ailiain this direction, if oonwwtent with
Divine wilt, ... , , ,
WeU. mv friend. I can do a irood deal tor
1 can send yen one of our Familx Casics
HoMCEOP.xaio SPBcti'trs. which has a small book
t directions, giving a description of all the varicuf
Craeases which yoo can treat proritably, nd
irectieoB ior ose, jriving the medietnce, diet,
r.. wsrinn. .nomtirf are all marked and labeled, so
aefid not be at loss which tc give in a particular u
and tAe directicnsaieso plain and simple that you nec
.w . urn. Will, oneof these caaes. yon or year wif
Vfill be able Ui meet-end arrest three-tonrths of all
canes of illness whichoccurin your family. You can
this, because you see the sick child or patient a'.onoe,
and long before the doctor would be called, and
a, net the sickness with the proper remedy at once,
Detoreithabbecotneeerious. In nsingtheseeimplescd
yet effective medicines, also veo avoid drugging
rattieat and thus weakening the system, and laying
inundation ot futuredisease. Yon also are thus enabled
10 eradicate those tendrncies to chrome disewe which
exist in so many families and individuals! such
ttcrofxla. Goal, (rmtumptum, tic By the nse, from
Ame, ac occasicn rorfntrps for srrrb Bilmerrts or
-s as aoerjr, of the awneer specthc, not only is
. Using disease ctrn, bnt the foundation, so to speak,
ot subsequent and grave chronic diseases is removed,
'lite eonseruence is that the whole family improve
health, have les and less sickness from year to
have moie vigor and better ejoatitutions, and
rradnally yen work ont from under the band ot disease
and doctor. J ust the reverse ot this is true, under
zr.timil treatment, e.vory viHainous dofte of medicine
paves tbe way for another, one visit of the doctor
necessitates another, and a good thorough old-school
doctor can make pntienbi enough in the hrst ten
of his professional hie, to keep him busy for the balance
a is days. These wrcecke of men, niaoe by uie
of calomel btne-msss, ouinme, iodine, opium
ltlil.le one in your reach, and yon will soon have
lier s and doctors rare via 1 tors ax your noose.
Tula is no fancy sketch. No mere windy promise.
..i..uiwH hmA rlmte an. ,M von mjLVdo likewise. I
amount involved in the experiment is not large, and
attempt well worth a tnai. .
Oi .t to 60 Inree vials, meracca r rawe
ttMd ap cwniaJnius a. BiK-cilic ir ...
every -wrdiaary taiwKfi a laitnly as
a'Hect to, aud beoka ot direct Mn- ......
From 5: 10 to
Smaller Family and Traveling oeaes, wit h 3
to sa vials , , .. lrom !Sa
Specifics for all Private Pieeuf r, bfh for
4 u ring and for Preventive Qta-jr.eutj in
vials and pocket cases.... lrtv'itsJ
. POND'S ICtTItA lT.
Cores TttiniH, Rriim, I.nnicn-:-, ,'rpe.
Sun; Throat. NpntinH. Tuolharri.'. 1 Jirti-he,
Tswr&lria. ItbrBHiarisiu, Mimlcigo, l'il-H.
itoils, Ntiiitns tsr Kyrtt. Htfidin of I
IaiKr, Ni'w. Ktouiarh, or ot PiiH, CoriM,
t;i ra. Old Sort-M.
i'rioe. tj ex, 40 rentHt Pmtm S l.OO; (lunrtx.
f vThese Eemedies.ereapt PONITS EXTBACT.
by the case or single Ikix. are sent to anyart of
eeuntry, by mail or express, tree of charge, 00 receipt
of the price.
- - AIX XETTEB8 STOUT Eg ADOBESSKD , T
IlxniiDhrry'j riaecifio J ;. ; . ; ' '
Homoeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. a62 Eboadwax, New York.
FOR SAL" BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WnoLygAij: Agkkts. P-Bumham A Pan, Hurlbnrt
A Kdsail, Vaa Kehaack, Stevenoon A Keid, Ubicago,
ha ; Jenks Gordon, ISt Pauf Minn. : Brown, Wetber
A Graham. St. Louis,. Ala; Farrand, bheley A
Detroit, Mich. '
. JOB MOSES'
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
These invaluable Pills are nnfaili ng in the cure of
TO IAKKIF.I LADIES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short
Ht-m. on the monthly period with regularity,
although ver- powerful, contain nothing hnrttnl to
Oonstitution. In all cases of Nnrtoos and Spinal
tioos. Pains ia tbe Back and Aamtia, fatigue oa
oioninn Paluitatioo of the Heart, hysterics
W hites, they wiU eOect a cure when all other
have failed. The pamphlet around each package
full directions and advice, or win ne sent tree 10
writing for it sealed from observation.
painful and dangerous diseases to wnicn
const liuuon IB .Uiijwcu. uey muuerou, mil
md remove a obetrucuone. from whatever
Job Wntcjf Kr Jam n fa TemaJt PttU arm
mtmelw OornrrrarEiTgu. Tkt km Ae snaw
"JOB MGS Ki" u, nort h u. AU othmnrtwtirMm.
N. B. in all cases wbera the GKKDTMC cannot
obtained, One Dcllar. with e een cents for postage,
enclosed to tbe sole Proprietor JOB MONKS, 11
fctxeet. New York, will insure a bottle of the
srmr, containing i-itty Pills, by return mail, mtem-mlp
iinri umi wn o, m conionia,
Tbe Blood in tauiuiuer.
.The blood deterkntes in hot weather. Profuse
apiratioa deprives it of a poition of its nourishing
reproductive properties. ' Oooeeqnently, in Summer,
tbe flesh loses in some degree, its firmness, the
lack their usual elasticity and rigor, and the
of the body diminishes. These are clear indications
that the ordinary supply f the life sustaining p.
ciple afforded by the food we eat, is not saf&oient
meet the require merits of the system trader a
temperature. There is another reason for this,
the direct influence of the heat, vil : the loss of appetite
aad the weakening of the digestive powers which
oooaatons. Under these arcaantance a wholesome
tnvigorant is evidently needed, and the best and
is HosteUer Stomach Bitters. This admirable
table tonie and alterative, acta fsverably npon the
in several wa8. It increases the appetite
facilitates digwtiou, thereby ineiiniBg the stomach
reoive aad enabung it to aMuniuate a dee amount
nounahment It also tones the relaxed secretive
organs and bowels. Under its operation the process
f niacion. ocoaiBoned by the drain through the
is arrested, the whole frame refreshed and invigorated,
and the '"VL"J'it-.T1" dyspepUe, the biUiona
khe Bervnna. the dehiliuted acarcel, need to be
that it s precisely the stimulant and corrective
ought to take at this season. Thousands of them
the faet by exrrenee. Nothing in the pharma
eopats (or ont of it) will supoly its plaoe least of
the trtutftv hrdt nostrum which some Qncrnpuloas
dealers would be glad, for the beneht of their
. pockets, to peddle oat ia its stead.
V OT'NtJ MEN Buffering from Asrvona Debibry
, Premature Decay, heif A hose. Art., Bend
EBVnrg P11 xa Sure cure. KererfaiL (tilOby
"tmmuA. AdareasL.bajuia,47 UbaUebk.Uhioagd
L tort K" J
b!I Itch M!
In from 10 to 4J hours
Cares The Itch.
Cures Tetter. .
Cures llnrbere' itcn. -
Cures Old Ssoree.
Cttrot er-erv Hmd of BBBWjf Jffc
Prioe, 0o. a box ; by mall, 600
ArVitMWPKKS ft POTTElLl:rWahmgtonSt..'
bcu-a. u bv all Druggists Bostan. A1J
An Adventure With a Burglar.
From Cassell's Magazine.
in Cnvent Garden Theatre one
ni.Ti.t Inst season. We were let out at 12,
and I set off to my lodgings. I knocked:
r nAn .now ctav nnt till mornin.
an i j li i i . i vii , . . ... i
ugygr valt np for IT1V loaders my aoor IB
iVinrA tx tiR no answer.
w;nl0w was thrown np, and IDT landlady 8
'Who are YOU? BtiO SCrCamed.
T in. idease: it's me! ' I answered.
-J , ... i
Then Mr. A16 11 YOU oon t come iiouie
closed at ton !" and then the window closed
with a bang.
Un ra!" thinkB L "I Lave no money.
Til robin railwftv station, and wait in the
uraitinc-room till niorninc.' which resola
tion I proceeded to carry out by walking
I turned into Moorgato utreot, and was
Jnct ihintintv whothef I fiUOUld SO to tue
Inrlrm llriiMltlrl. and OOUIU oej Wttni,
nr tViA Trfindon Briduo Station. I fitopped
to think. There was a couiecuonei 8 nuop
jnst in front of me. Oh, that it were open.
I had three-pence leiu
Jnct at this moment a tan, oroau Bnoni
dered man came cp to me, and viewed me
from top to toe. I looked at fiim. lie was
rlrACt2Al ill dnrk clothes: apea-iacket and a
i.. i iti, Mn w-iiVi a. rif ttk Ivintr level
. ' V-i;
on i.ne ioreneai. evo iuo n iccnuji .".
nn iIia forehead, cave
The tbonght forced itself upon me that be
was a. carrntr. lie FtwKe nTSU
ri r. . i -31.:: .
"You re Mr. samr ana ne iaia uib uuK
ti Til a linitA.
4iVn'M nnASSAil it." EfUd 1. tUinKUlS It
best to acree with bin), although my name
Ti.An aattia aloner and away we wenu
TA r.i.t.flr mvo e e'er a pistol rc" he
. . . i .,TT.
'Kn n cflin T. DCfnnumff tOtreulDiee "XXO
Viowftntil tliem bimselL
"Jnst like bim. He told me l a nnd you
. . - . i i , -
Standing in filOOTgaie bireet, uciKut"
I " . . 1 C A! ww.wK
onri no nnnnHii the coniecuoner s, wiui
rnTir Tl oht hand in vonr pocket"
"I'm in for it!" thinks I, but I must go
through with it Bnt whatever will it come
In at oil fit All t
He led me through a labyrinth of streets,
walking rather fa-t till we emerged npou
the City Koad. Then he made straight for
the Angel, and from thence took a cab for
pi APt street 1 What object ho had in doing
this I cannot say. He did not offer to ex-
nicin- in fiie.t. not a word passed be
tween us till we got ont at the top of Lnd-
gateHill. . , .
- From thence we went into a back street,
and ont of that into another, no matter
which, and suddenly stopping opposite
hon. he exclaimed:
"There's onr crib V
lo il ? cava T.
whArpnnon he nrodaced from his pock-
et a rule. The shop was evidently a taii-
Or's, as it bad bars Standing OOt, 11K6 tne
rungs on a Jacob's ladder, lrom each Bide
rf tha rinor. ta exhibit stock npon. My
trinnd steroed on the hrst 01 tnese, wnicn
- , . a 1 A nnA nrCmA.
was three leet irom tne kuuui DiJ"v
ilv measured the height of a large giaro
- . . . i iv
fanlight over the door; then, stepping
3 ha moocnrwl the breadth
the door, and as the fanlight was square, be
muttered to me, Dy way 01 giving mo i
Uu.vUU.. .... . . - .
Thn and a hall bv tWO Dlgn I ana
nViTietlAd nnietlv. 1 . ,
Then h crossed the road, and I follow-
Lri Via PTnlaininr; that we mast wait till the
I r- r. -v 1
Doliceman passed, tie nove in aigu. wm
ten minutes afterwards, while we waited
Dftst bim. Then we waited till ne return-
ed. This time we did not pass mm, out,
A - . 3 tS-va tanm a AArnflf At A
rw-t z a a a-miT itAru'nan rn-
twenty rtuuuiw - '7-
1 M t -. . Jl smw AAtnnnn.
ana oommg. -"tr"
ther8"-Pointing to one a little
koT-onrl the shon "and eoea down this
bj- j a
atrp At n ex t ours. "
Thfi imnression befran to steal over
fV.ot T wm nommittinrr. or helping; to com
mil, a felony, and that if caught I might
get into trouble. I thought of rnnnmg
Vint the. remark mv companion made
that moment, to the -effect that it would
a short run if I deserted bim (for be seem
ed to see I didn't like the job), deterred
me. 1 dared not explain that he had made
a mistake, for I feit sure that he must Jiave
mistaken me for some ally of bis own.
must RO through with it," thinks L "'He'll
leave me outside to watch, and I'll hook
then!" So I went on.
He crossed the street again the moment
the policeman was past interfering with
us, and producing a piece of stout black
cloth, he applied the rule thereto, I hold
ing it against the shutters while be set
H-,rA and a half bvtwor" thereon. This
done, he cut it within two inches of
measurement ail round; ana men produc
ing a treacle-pot from his pocket,
smothered one side of the cloth
treacle, and desiring me to hold it,
mnnnted the shop door, so to speak.again;
aou , . .... i,
uu i h. ii i triivu lum uis -yr iu, - -
I ..-.i tV.n tl-T-liuhf- tliA frpa
most I cle making It aanere nrniiy IO ine gutsn.
Thpn. looking at his watch, he cried:
Rv Gosh! heTll be Here tnis minute:
and awav he walked. A glance behind
as we turned the next corner. Not yet
sight We stopped and waited, but
noliceman came not. My fnend muttered
1 -1 ,- ..m, i-! .. 1 .
a.n oaui. aaaine. -a 11 ku. wuiosiuut,
kn vo.r weather eye openl" And.
1 w -we
Perhans be iff watching ns.' 1
gested. Hut the idea was discarded as
in the nature of a policeman "like that
We arrived at the shop. He mounted
again, and drove a string through a hole
the cloth. Then be ran a diamond round
the edtze of the elass. A gentle pat,
it gave way. Now I saw the use of
cloth and the strinc. He could hold
glana by the string, and be alowly let
down into the shop, and producing a long
shaped pad, be laid it along -
bottom of the fanlight to cover
class edeo. and threw one leg
the oneniucr. and got astride of it 1
1 "Follow me," be muttered, and ducked
his head nnder the door-bcad. But before
he could draw in the other leg, 1 mounted
the ladder, and, seizing it, gave bim a
which kept him from going in, at the
time jelling, "Police I Thieves ! Murder
Police T. at the top of my voice. And
and behold ! the policeman appeared
the corner at that moment. A horrible
oath from within, a pistol-bullet whistling
ine 1 my ieal Bnd I ran lor death and
I . - T - , i . , , -
eaase, 1 1 did not Stop till I found mjSelf UI Broad
In the next day s papers I saw the
of the capture of a burglar by a
who watched two burglars
the corner, aud saw one enter the house,
and the other leap np the wall like a
grab at a disappearing leg, and jell
r and run. r - - -
, The one who was caught got seven
nenal servitude; and "The police "
searching vigilantly, though as yet nusuc
cessfully, for the other, who, it appears,
a desperate character !" They never caught
New Yorkers as Walkers.
The New York correspondent of the
eago Journal is perfectly correct in tho
New Yorkers are always struck with
lack 01 endurance manifested by country
cousins when in the city. Strong, vigor
ous persons come to the city and are
hardly begnn to
j np before we have
up the city witn tnem. we think nothing
of starting off and walking two, three
four miles; but their pedal extremities
ont before tbey hare gone half the distance.
They manifest a cariosity to see the
of some hotel more than Trinity
or the- city park, and we accordingly
halt while they rest their limbs and indulge!
in a good deal 01 purring ana blowing,
Yorkers are nnquestiocably the greatest
walkers In tha country. The wide distance
intervening between the business
dwelling portions of the city conduces
make them so. There are men who wa
five and six miles down to their business
every morning, and back again at night
Peoplo in the country would never think
of going half that distance without "hitch
ing'np the team" or "saddling Dolly."
A Great Fact .Crops Up Amateur
gardeners are the most generous of men
it is a pleasure with them to 'lurk oyer"
Wet Weather—War Rumors—Wheat
and Gold—Effect of War on Prices—
Musical Headcentre—Root & Cady—
Chicaoo. Jnlv 15. The heated and dry
term lias patsed, and the vret season begins.
We have bad eopions rains ior a lew uaja
past, with much iifjlttuinff and thnnder, eo
that the pronnd is thoroughly saturated, and
the streets excessivtly niudily. The rain will
modify the tffecla of the long dronth.but will
not tally remedy it. The rumors or
AN EUROPEAN WAR
have nad the effect to derange business plans
and produce an unsettled state of anairs.
Men hesitate to embark in new en
terprises, with the prospect of a
?;eneral European war. I had written thns
ar when the duspatoli came aimonuoing the
declaration of war by Napoleon against Prus
sia, and the alliance or Knssia wit it i ruHsia.
Of course Auetiia will side with Franco, per
haps Italy. Spain should eule with i'tnsaia.
England will scarcely ne taaen imo mo ac
count. She has lost the place she held in the
time of tho firbt Napoleon, her last great teat
: -7 I..: !,! -A
m preserving ptsace uuiiik hw
I tart HRil 17SVU HJ LUC BUUIILCIU UfcciHFii, mu
bur moral power snaring tne iaw 01 mo
EFFECT ON PRICES.
The e ffct of war will be to enhance tho
price or bn adstuffs and gold, and make live
fv times for awhile. 15nt it will also increase
tliA nnce tf imported cootls, tlinun
minisli tha twodnetivellCSS of li< th
civilized vorld t'ertroy thousands of millions
of property, and wnen tne eqmnunuiu t
finally restored, we eha!I enffer part of the
lobs. It will put money in our pockets while
the fiehtintr cors on, but when the reaction
conits as was t he case after tho Crimean war
m nha!l have to Day our share or tne loss
of dbe human S.rothct hood. Liet thone who
lonht renumber tLi Btatcnient. There can
no( be a great ami protracted war osk htni
ifpfiem, villumt ajt'ectiug serlottsty and inju
riously the uderesm oj ue ointn.
Merchants generally havo
I here is vorv anlet.
l.oi.n latin! acconnt of stock, footing no
i -- o . j j
nrnntH ana losses, ul.ii ceiiiiit: nnui
for tho fall trade." Tbe nrosiresa of
war and the unexpectedly favorablo ac
tion of Consrross. will tend to m-iite
tra'le very active this fall. And this
Ytivitv will be specially Tell in
our great commercial centres, and in none
musio.let mo say,Chicago is not more famous
for her grain, beef and pork markets, and her
gtneral merchandise, than lor her immense
I sales of
and general musical merchandise her own,
and foreign, manufacture. The trade
I , . :n: iu
pianos aioue exiH-etta a iniuitiu uuijsis auuu-
111 .1.-1 A 1 0 .v4 I. w mnuKiol tiiuf wYl
allv. while the salf s of other musical instru
ments ilaHon Jtamun organ, meiotieous,
guitars, viohus, cello.i, Uonblo Juasses, brass
and German silver b ndinrtlrnrnenUi. drums,
flutes, flageolets, clarinets, piccolos, and
a nameless list reaoh a larger num.
As a mnsical publishing centre it
becoming famous, and the amount
music boks, of all kinds, and sheet mu
sic sold nere is very great. jnauy
thousands of music books published here
a . : a. 11... iliA
-sucn as tne xr inn. u,
rn e, aiv-uuu ,u '"""z
musical abilities of Geo. F. Boot has given
Chicago a wide reputation as tho
MUSICAL HEAD CENTER
musical instruments are cbliged to estauiisa
headquarters lor the sale of their instru
ments in Chicago, jut as tho Eastern manu
facturers ol cotton ami wooion goou nave
central depots in New York. One not famil
iar with the magnitude of tne music tiauo
here, would bo surprised by a visit to tho
ROOT & CADY.
C7 and 70 Washington trtreet, the largest mu
sic dealers here, and the second largest mu
sic -publishing house in tne worm, xuey
. I 1 ......tl,r ..nlf. ,lr. HUIXJ.i IwilltltllO R,!flf
".' -. y j - , -
miscellaneous uiun !;;;
iag largely from thu best European manufac-
tuiers, and eeni a wen quauueu epciai
no-pnt. tha head of that department.
William lewis to careiuuy eeieci ino cuoic-
eal stock, eo that the goods they sell snau
be a constant recommendation Of their house.
They are general agents lor an tne etyies
tho Sleek Piano, which, for sweetness of tone,
durability and every featnre of a perfect
piano, is uneqnaueu. a no uriu namu ui uwi
& Canv, is iamiiiar as "honsenoia woraf,
wherever joy or sorrow is expressed oy musi
cal signs, and is a synonym for enterprise,
inorrii n snri nroffress toward "the goud
COmiug, when the uroinernoon oi uie
I mWn BAaAnnKfOn 1 Tl T nn IPiriM lllllll. I II I
iv va iu v.v T
ns, speech aud uocga ff
mftnkind- None, who consult their own intei'
I i , i. j nnnrtAri ami unniVri fif
i nrn ci ti rn rnnLtiiiin. uuvcu ta ii v i. wu
1 f- n Vrmanlt thfeir own int
.6t3, will fait to 'visit this house, in purchas.
icg their musiaal bupjilies.
We have two medical colleges In progress
of erection here. The Chicago medical
college (old school), CO by 100 feet, on
t Prairie Avenue a Twenty-sixth
streets, to cost fii.wu; ana uaunemann
medical college (homcepalh), 42 by C3 feet,
Cottage Grove avenue, between Awenty-
eightli ana Twenty-nmui Bircet-o, vo
$ 18,000. A great city for doctors. B.
About the Prince of Wales.
., . , . .
hour ago l saw tne i-rince ana a ruice
Wales returnernrom tneir annual sojourn
The Ascot week is now over. Abont
in the neighborhood of the course.
curious customs the .ngiisn court nasi
Here is the heir to the British throne,
according to custom, goes every year to
at Ascot during me race week, ana enter
tains most hospitably during that
For this purpose bo always hires a furnish
ed house in the vicinity, and as he requires
a large house it is not every one that
do for bim. This year, at an expense
1,000 for the week, he rented a house
Cooper's Hill Hall, the property of
Albert Grant, of financial celebrity.
yet the magnificent castle of Windsor,
fectly lurnished ana utterly empty,
Queen being in Scotland,, is within a
of this houNe. I must say it seems
upon the Prince that her Majesty puts
to these verv unnecessary expenses. A
more curious fact is that among the
at Windsor there is a magnificent silver
set, made for George IV. when he
Prince of Wales. It was paid for by
nation, cost close npon a quarter of a
lion sterling, and has the crest ot the l'rince
of Wales npon it It has never been
since George IV. became king in 1820,
yet the Queen lias again and again refused
to allow it to be given to tne present
of Wales. Somehow or other George
willed it to the crown, for there was
Prince of Wales after he became king,
the Queen will not part with it to her
not even to allow him to nse it
consequence is that the i'nnce naa
years ago to procure a fnll w.t of plate
himself at a cost of :sbme"150, 000.
N. Y. Herald.
Moving a Wind-Mill Sixteen Miles.
From the London Daily News.
A novel experiment not quite so sensa
tional as the moving of an hotel at Chicago,
but yet something quite ont of the ordinary
way, has been the removal of a wind flour
mill, with all its fittings, from Westacre to
Clenchwarton, Norfolk, a distance of about
1C miles. The mill was a wooden structure,
and, with its 1 machinery of enormous
weight, stood npon wheels, having been
purchased by a man living at Clenchwarton,
he determined to endeavor to draw it along
the road by a traction engine, bnt all efforts
to find one strong enough proved ineffectu
al; the application, however, of a powerful
steam cultivation engine proved more suc
ceesluL In passing along the route various
expedients had to be tried, such as in
ascending a hill the engine proceeded to
the summit, and then pulled the mill np
with a chain, and so carefully had the task
to be performed that it occupied three days
to make the journey. In crossing the
Great Eastern Railway at Walton the tele
graph wires were broken. In attempting
to cross the Ooze it was feared the cele
brated long bridge would not be strong
enough to bear the enormous weight, but
the engine having first passed over, the
mill itself was drawn over, the timbers of
the bridge in the meantime cracking, and
showing that a very severe test was being
pnt npon its powers. At first it was feared
that Uie bridge had broken, but this w s
found not to bo eo. - Its ainval at Clench
warton was received with quite & demon
A New Stats. The Slate of New Mex
ico" promises to be the 38th of the Union
It baa 124,500 square miles of territory
and by the last census 93.51G people, of
whom 10,537 were Indians. Nebraska,
now the youngest of the states, wan admit
ted in February, 18G7, with a population of
Jo.uou. 'ihe mineral attractions of the
Territory are important The Spaniards ex
plored i,rew Mexico in 1537, and much of the
gold and silver was obtained there. Yet the
mineral resources of New Mexico have never
been fairly developed. ; Gold, silver, iron,,
lead, copper, ooal, zinc, and salt are found,
and eminent geologists predict that ulti
mately, the Territory will be one of the
richest of the mining states. The Terri
tory is bow reached via the Kansas Pacific
road. Tbe land routes, through Texas
and Mexico, are tedious. . The proposed
Southern Pacific Koad, from Ban piego,
will run along the line.
Thbrz are 237 incorporated colleges in
its United States,
Nerona debih'ty, with Its gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of. semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, dizey head, loss of memory
and thioateued impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. t weuty-eight. Compoted
ol the most valuable, mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone np the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, lite
and vitality to the entire man. They have
cured thousanda of canes. Trice $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a largo vial of powder,
which ia very important in obstinate erold
cases, or $1 per suile box. Sold by all drug
gists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address Humphreys Specific Homeophatio
Medicine Co.. 66J Broadway, New York.
Wkolftalf. yrttiiBurnhains h Van Schaack, Hurl
bnrt ft Edsali, Chicago, Ilia.; Jenks A Gordon, St
Paul, Minn.; Brown, Webber k O rah am, St, Louis,
Mo.; Farraud. Shelev k Oa. Detroit. Mich.
A Combination Long Needed.
Buchu, Juniper and Acetate of Potash com
bined in a scientitio manner orms the prepa
ration known aa Wayne's Elixir. Its merits
have already made it a popular remedy in the
cure of all Diseases of the Kidneys and Blad
S-T-1S60-X.. however, like the initials on
tho old Konian bauners has a meaning. It
rtmresents St. Croix- ST. beine thecouvea
tial eouivalent of Saint, and 1-tt-G 0 standing
for tho letters C-Jl-O-I. and so f-jrmine. with
the concluding X, the word Croix.. By plac
ing the trademark and the nanio of the
inland in juxtaposition, with the figures over
tho letters they are intended to denote, the
explanation will be understood:
. S. T. 1800. X. . ,
8 T CliOI X.
Nothinsr can bo more simple, or, it may be,
more annronriate. St. Croix Ram is the
stimulating bat-incf Ihe Plantation Bitters,
audit is, therefore, "in accordance with the
fituess of thines" that St. Croix fchould be
the basis of thuir business shibbololh.
TnK new food prepared from Sea Moss
Fahink ia nicetintr with wonderful eueces
and Wbll it may, for a more delightful deasert
for the table cannot bo imagined.
Mona people are killed by lightning
than is commonly supposed. According
to some recently published utatislies, more
than 10.0"0 neoule have beon smitten by
the electa ic fluid within the past thirty
years, of whom 2,253 were killed outrighL
The hery bolts, nowever, seem to muse
distinction on acconnt of sex. for of the
880 killed within the last ten years, only
213 were females.
More than one hundred thousand person
annual I v die in this country trout consump-
u : . i..i,i ....),
won, wuicu nuuni
I ....... mA i . .4Y,i9r,t Kw tllA trAr.rlAtnt sT I It
reward is offered bv the Droprietnr of Dr.
Saee's Catarrh Remedy, for a case of catarrh
which htTcan not cure. Sold by druggists,
send sixty cents to Dr. It. V. Fierce, Unflaio
N. Y., and get it by mail,
Suspay ScHoot, Books. The American
Tract Societv at its Depository in Chicago are
daily receiving tne largest and most complete
catalogue of Sunday School Books that are
published. Kev. Glen Wood, Seciotary, ia
gentleman wno inorougmy unaerstanus mc
"ants of the Sunday Schools, and all orders
'..lrirarl tn him at 45 Madion-at Chioaeo.
addressed to him at 45 Madison-st
will receive prompt attention.
TiteBk6t am) Obioixal Tonio or Iron,
riiosphorns and Calisaya, known as Casweii,
Mack A Co." Ferro-rhosDhoratcd Elixir
Calisaja Bark. The iron restores color
tho blood, tho Phosphorus renews waste
the nerve tissue, and the Calisaya gives
natural, healthful tone to the digestive
thereby curing Dyspepsia in its various
orms, Wakefulness, uenerai Awuuuy,
Depremioo of Spirits. Manufactured only
Vy CASWELL,' HAZAED tOO., successors
to Caswell, Mack Co NJwXtuk. "- Bold
all Druggist- . .
The St. Louis Fair. The St. Louis Fair
which commences thin year Oct. 3d, and
continue six days, promises to surpass in
and magnitude all previous exhibitions.
The premium list, amounting to $30,000,
now ready and will be sent free of charge
application by mail to O. O. Kalb, Secretary,
tt Louis, Mo. The prtmiums on cotton
aloLe this year amount to $3,000.
Hat, Stbaw aitd Cobm Stalk Cuttino
Boxes. Machines for cutting up Beets, Tur
nips, Potatoes, &c, to feed out. A large
assortment of thcBe machines, at wholesale
or retail can be found, constantly on band
the Agricultural Warehouse of Emerson,
Stafford & Co., 171 Lake street, Chicago.
Tbtjth.- The powers of Mrs. Whitcomb
Syrup for children are as positive as the
from heaven, and gentle and soothing
aa an angel's whisper.
Thi Cetjard mail Lane of Uteamchips
weekly fromt New York, Liverpool
Queenstown. Agents in all the principal
cities of the nort hwest. S. Eowe, General
Western Agent. No. 2 Lake street, Chicago
Northwestern Sobsk Natl Co., manufac
turers of Patent Hammered Horse
Office C8 West Van Buren street. Factory
to C8 West Van Cnren street corner Clinton
street. Chicago. - -. '
HtmLEDT A Edsall's, leading wholesalt
3 : i . r 11. V . 1. . ... . I
. UrilL L. 101 S UI W1W .lUOrUnOCU W1UI.I
01 Btr - Md WabfD mvenue. Clu'cago.
Hishf.st prices always for consignments
hides, pelts, and tallow, by Skinner A Boyn
ton, No. 2:19 Lake street, Chicago, 111.
..'it 1 " - -
Dbath will stop all income, Provide for
by insuring in the Washington Life Insurance
Co., of New York.
Fes adverti8f.ht.nt of Dr. Butts' Dispensa
ry, headed, Book Ior Uie Million Mabrtaob
ticrDE in another column. It should
read by all. .
James H. Foster A Co., 151 Lake St,
cago, importers of breech-loading ahot
and implements. . -'
Those who have an itching head should
Haiti Vegetable tOcilian. Hair Retuwer to
Thr policies of the Washington Life
liberal as to residence, . '
Aax for the "Orient" Flavoring
the purest and beet in nee. -
PntvATE medical aid,
a lverUaement . . x
Bead Dr. WhltUer
, . . 1 . . i :
PBrsstsa's Celebrated Cider Vinegar is
beet in the market. Aak your grocer ior
Caution to Watch Buyers.
Walchea bearing trade marks very nearly aimilart
the trade marks of genuine Waltham WaUihea.
This U not only a fraud on the purchaser,
great injury to tho reputation of the genuine
To avoid Imposition, buyers should Insist an
genuine Waltham Watches, and take no
Thin U thff only safe rale, aince aome sUerH
endeavor to aell other watches In proferenct
on which larger profit are made.
Tbe trademarks of the variooa style are:
AMERIOAS WATCH Co Waltham, Maaa.-"
' AMN. WATCH Co ..Waltham. Maaa.
AMERICAN WATCH Co.. Ores
cent 8 treet . . ............ 7. Wal than. Maaa
APPLETON. TRACY A Co Waltham, Maaa
WALTHAM WATCH Oo.'.-V-. Wallham, Mass.
P. a BARIXKTT..'.. ...... ....Wallhani, alaaa.
WM. ELLERY. . ... . . . . Walthanv Mash-.
HOMK WATCH Co Boston, Ma
Exaoiina the apelllng of these namea oarefall
before Cnylng.. Any variation even of a aingle
Imlicahse a coantexfoiL ; - .-
For aale by all leading Jowelera.",; S
ROBBINS & APPLETON.
1 Oeneral Atrata. ta Broadway. N.
St. Louis Saw Works!
Ilaniifacturera of ' SPAULDING'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws. : 1 '
. '' . - ';!-. ' '
. FOR SALB AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
ST. LOUIS. "
Warrantad Dora, rial stable, and to
First premium awarded at tbe U, a.
fair, the Iluaoia
State h air and Chicago City Kalrv Largest Works in
tne umtea niatee. nsuuiiisaea iiho, vhu ti.
PKL'ShLNG ailfv and S41 btat. street, Uhwaca.
TO CONSU.lf PTI V Kir-YoB oaa get a sarooar
for Coughs and- Colds, and all long comnl.inia
(m. It has cored theusanria. bend for it tn ri.ui.T.
Anac. P. O. Box 3o3U New York. .
HOW TO GET PATENTS
IS FUIXY KXPLAIWED ia a Tarrrphletof hlS
just issued by MUKN A OO , S7 Park Row, New
MUNN AOO., Fxlitora BrtntiU Aswrr
eoa, the nest Mechanical Paper in the
woxid, CJ.'i Yeaks KxjKKiENcr.), have
PATENTS-taken More Patents, and examined
Mere Invention, than any other
Agency, bend sketch and desoriptaoa
iuarKe square grand overstrung scate-r rancn " r 7
araUcirculars mailed free-Address. UNITED STATES PlANU
Trn2eaulifui Rosewood JCase--.
...ia kmnr.n act un iruu umv wmvw uuiaiwovu
.ae . -- , . I ..j : bj aaaa
a Kinuiivu w jsari rns v 7Ull
biO tsroaawav. New Tork. wum W
PATENT ORGANIC VIBRATOR. -
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iJtflBIIr' ltSlr It
if H f 1 I 1 E. JIM
2"Lil r III ' 1
ft 1 -vJ 1 1 r t
"fcri n ii i i
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Into the Ear?
as not vereeptib
removes noises in the
head and enables the deaf
to Hear thstinctlv at chttreli.
Cure maranteed. Treattae on Catarrh
and Dalk seat free. Dr.T.lLStilwen.
uijwviauway, jew a ore. .
JOISES tfc SIBUSY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
COK. FIFTHI AND MAttKKT HTS. .
ST. LOUIS, MO. - j
Salt Agmti and Proprietor of Ik follow xaUuMt
HTTNXEWTTf.TS Prepsritinn, Inaladlng the eeie-
brsted llpalt euiein. . , .
HAVNK,."j Aciat Potash, Baca 'and
pOKIa'rWT'S Jnnlper "Tar, the Great Coogh
JK1 WBLETS I lair Keatore ua
iXviEtoTl PANION. a beaoUful tablet for the
lace, impuuwK " " "'"
nasi to toe kin without injury; its use will convince
N FSTI iK'S (Vevey SwitserlasMl ImImm l arlna.
iViolbera Blilk SHlmlitwte, tho best tmnl for
Babies in nse, recommenoeo uy uie leaoing x-uyai-
cians in Knrope ana Aiuenoe. ; .
Tietherwit h atoll assortment ofLtwds in oar line.
CASE fit CO.,
- - WISCONSIN.
1 i'invi iih lii-m. Ot.imax and MotJNTItn
Powers. Tread Powers. Wood Sawing Ma. hinoa
mnd Portable Knaines. Descriptive circulars cent Ire
bv mail. i ne largesx maouiaouiror. j
ebs in the Wom.ii,
. T Tory want the parent, beet and rhenpeet
yl.l It V A 1.1 1 NTIH! KK H KHP RS.
IN 'REMOTE SETTLEMENTS CF
UNT01D VALUE. -
Food raak.ee blood; b'ood makes tbe body. If the
blood be Dure the body is healthy. So if we are not in
health we know seme impurities are lurking about
which must be removed, and the sooner the better.
Orandreth's rills Remove all from
the System which nature
needs no longer. - . . -
The wonderful eures effected by Brand roth's POtt
have arrested the attention of enlightened physioisna
Upwards of five thousand now use thorn in thoir daily
practice, and two hundred have given their written
testimony aa to thoir innocence and value aa cleansers
of the bowels and Mood. - ' '."'.: f
Testimony of TowiT Officers, and
. - Board of Healtn.. : I
. ' '' Bnto Sew, June It, WW.
IhvAoniffetay eoaflsmJ ; : '
' The Raoerriaor, Jnstiera of tbe Feaee and Town
CJerk of the town of Ossining (the township in whose
limits the chartered village of Sing Sing is contained)
hereby certify to tbe remarkable healthful effects pro
duced by the use of BrandTerh's Vegetable Universal
Pills. For many years these Pills have been prepared
in this town : in ItSK Dr. BraudretB ereeteoMBTge build--
lugs in which to prepare and pack this great medicine
for public nse. At this time be employs nearly 100 per
.nn besides a steam engine of 100 hone power.
We have a population of about fkiwo, and almost
every person use. them when sick. Their merits are
recognized in every family, and oar druggists sell more
ef Urandreth's Pills than all others pnt together. .
We can point to euros effected by them in Scrotals,
Rheumatism, Bilious Affections, Ulcers and Bores,
White Swelling of the Knee, Bnghfs Disease of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Oostiveness, General Debility,
Want of Annetite. Typhus and Scarlet Fever and Smstl
Pox. And from lung observation and experience of the
effects produced by Brandreth'a Pills we believe their
general nee would give more health and a longer
average of life. " -' "
TUOM AS LKART, SoeervtsoB,-!- -J.
URMY, Justice of the Peace, - .- .
KELSOS IL BAKK.lt, Justice of the Teace.
MORGAN HYATT, Justice of the Peace.
. WILLIAM O. UOWK, Jaatiee otabe Peaoa;
1 O JL GUMMING, Town Clerk.
The undersigned, the Board of Health of the village
of Sing Sing, folly endorse the foregoing statement
! the town othcers of Ossining. knowing the same to
1SAAO K. NOXON, President.
A. B. RRYNOLOS,
ROB KR'F MOUNT,
JAM FS T. BCANFORD.
- SAMUEL B.TOMPKI.XH,
Board of Health.
r FURTHER PROOF.
- -' gtxa BlNO, Jnneh MM.
Hen. B. BaAimBETHr-i'
. Mr Da Dootok For many year. I have used yonr
Pills, aad in my awn person and family have found
them invaluable. "
I . have long been a -contractor ef Sing Sing
Prison, employing from on hundred to one hundred
and fifty area. Finding Brandreth's Pihs so exoellant
In my family. I commenced some ton years since giving
iK.m tn .ii-lr men working under my contract.
effect Was immediate, and soon my cabinot shop
hAeama. and ia twL-iv. the healthiest concern in
Prison a faet that has been officially noticed. I
some two bnndred and fifty boxes of Brndreth'a Pills
every yeir. and hardly ever have a man in hospital.
Yonr Pills seem to be almost a apeoifio ia Billions
Complaints, Fevers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head
ache. Dyspepsia and OOstivoneaa, and are in themselves
a Oomnlete-medicine chest,' Yours, truly, '
. . OHARLKa LL WOODKUr t.
SOLD BY ALL. DBTJGGLSTS.
. . .
nnllinnrvuia nnill.lnll fimft
UK. DrtAKUiiLin a riuniirAiurnwi.
Brandreth House. Uevr "gork.
' USE THE- BESTa
Nine years before the public.
and no preparation lor the liair.iias
-l r i j j irnv.
ever ueen prouueutt t-tiuat hj jaiui
" v egetaoie Dicuian AJ.au- lteauwcr,
and every honest dealer will say
gives tbo best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY IIAIlt to its original
Cdlor, eradicating and preventing
dandruff ' curing BALDNESS and
the growth of the hair.
Tho gray and brashy hair by a few'
applications is changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair will
assume any shape the wearer desires.
It ia the cheapest IIAIIl DRESS
ING in the world, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the glands
furnish the nutritive principle
necessary to tho life ot the hair.
gives the hair that eplendid appear
ance bo much admired by all. . By its
tonio and ' stimulating properties
prevents the hair from falling ont,
and none need be without Nature's
ornament, a good head of hair. It
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and we assure the thousands who
have used it, it is kept up to
original high standard. Our Treatise
pa the "Hair 'mailed iifdj send for
BMbgaS Druggists and Dedert in itedkina.
Price One Dollar Per Bottle.' '
; ' cook, COBURN & CO.,
,'CeaT,' igenta far ITorth-WeEtern States,
, 1 87 Dearborn St, Chicago, 111.1
PSYCHOMAW'JY. FASCINATIOM OR SOUL.
UHARM1NU. 0 pages: cloth. This woBdetful
book has full insUrnetions to enable the reader to
either eax. or any animal, mt will- Mwmerrsm.
Spiritaalism, and hundreoe of othe euneus experiments-
It can be obtained by sending adilresa, with
oaots postage, to V. W. K VANS A CO.,
.v -, a lyiuu a ruiiaueipuie.
BUCK S THE RAYEM'3 V I ?:
Kidder. Raven Indelihle Ink. It flows freoly. never
blots, and never fades. Used as easily as eommon ink,
with B steel or auul pen. Remember "H...- ii
buia sverywher. KIPOKK A W KTHKRKLL
jaAauaotarera, "ew York.
TWlHPiJreat FrfBeh Secret for l-ad" "r iem
B. (.Al.l.AiN "' A
Vrv fi'tv ii r!Hin- tliluk when Ihcy hflve
a fino niitol llnirof Uie very srtat iiuuh--
tsnro.of cultivatins It in their yoliln.
Netting can bo more herOTninrT vr rtwtm
hlc inoid a'-c than a liiie full. SI IT tf 11 V I
Jn order to pctiire tl.i. yoarM hnr tvrn
spent by Dr. i'uai.fant in terfeci.ur' t hi
valuable art ieln. It contain 1M I.VSU ?!
Ml M (iAU LK1U! ! Ml tmiiidL'.::
I'OISOMilS tOLOniMi MtTTKi:!!!! lo
Imru and d't-Ptroy tho verv tlulieato root ot
the HA IS.
It is I'L'RELY VECETAr.I.K-eonraTri,
the only vcjclaWe oil ever discovered tank
promotes the growth aud produces lolis;
loxuriaiit locks of Jlair. H U th litate.W
perfumed with the sweets or most ir.icrram
llowcrs... This article in found iutlio largo
C'itii-e on almost every toiletteo. lnt more
rwpeciaily anions tho . more faU:iinalie
eiai s, as It lias provni n ie i no oiuy ur
ticletimt will retain the HafT In position
Innv louirth of tim. after dreHsiiiLT. it is
I J . . . il , . A lW..w
ItSCtt DVlt-lU" Il.nr JM i-per? mm u.-.iio
stall iho luittlii!;.l!oeJs ef tiiu cmiiilry.
K e ien three times as far as rlcohoiic arti
cles.. Alcohol nrojmratHiirmni tlio u.ttn-
ral heat of tin- bead evaporate an il f avos
the Uair parcheil ami dry. Price rl cts.
CiBV, JilLl'IX C0 rroprlotora,
H OVTt UY AI.I IJIJIXiGISTS.
WHOLESAf.r. BV '
FIIICH c FULLER,
dlXtJl. t ..l -
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
GREAT SOOTHiria REMEDY.
- "fr.- tl .nreellolic end f.nping ioJ
... -. . . Id i - 1 t .... 1... '.
svnitt. rproceos oi leeiuinx. i
'flrJ '(Snbdaes Coavnkoons sad)
,11... ....... I. ?a AMnyunMill rliftAHMI lncl-
rvrwp. . raenttoinisuiaaoucauureo;
Mm. (Onrps rMarrbes. Dvwitery)
ll'l.'.i.....ik'. . M.it Sumtp oi- I 'minljuiit in'
" r . . . 1 1
Syrup, .roniidren of su sges. )
It i the I ;raat Tnfant and CbildrenV Sonthing Rem
edy in all disorders brought- eo hy Teething or any
kmruTMIbf tna UKAr Ml.l mr.uiMl.in vr., nr.
LouiH.Ma. Syld by Druggistaaad Deulerain Uedicine
A BooSc for tlie Million.
sriiOK to the Mak
I to marry, on the
tarr ft TTT f TT' A PatVATT: Cor
wa w iu
teriee and revelations of the sevnal system, itd the
latest discoveries in prodnnng and preveuuug uiuimum
1 nis is an interesting worn 01 iwuuuu....
..... , ;,h. nnmAMM Mi.r.tiurl. and contains
- - u. . V. i ;Hf.u.n,.i,vn tAiiinu.iin .re mamerl or con-
tempUte mamag.;nll it is a book that ouht to be
nndor lock and key. and not laid carelessly about tne
W A A .... - - n VfcAaTvtiCrWkl Tor r UTV v.
Addiess lr. Butts' Dispensary. Mo. 12 N. K.ighth St..
t ff-police 10 lur niiiieiru wnu 1 1 -
Bin ore applying to tne do ior ions v"
tise in public papers or using anv kivm k n-.:r.i.ii..n,
peruse lr. It 1 it. a' work, no matter what your disease us
or h w deplorable your condition. -
Dr. nulla can De eeosn-teo, porwrniiju. "V . .' i
Oi. dHMeas umetieued in hai works, -Ofbee, sa U Iv.
h'.vhtri Sr.. bet. .Market and Che? tout. bL Louis, Mo.
Tr.t, fc P minar t'lixil1. The volatile prlnei-
.ini.nf trie Seltzer hps Mater rs lot in crossing me
xti.nti., 1 1 roaches this country "stale, flat and nn-
Rnt in TaRKAKT'S ; a FHKKVast
S.L.IZKB APTiRitarT, this mat chiw natural remedy
a ... . Kiilrui.nM. .nd ennstination n reornducd-
inall the sanitary perfection of the original Spa
. 1. f. nWn . n.i rinnlr liumln, roe i mnuiiD ninth
It reqoires but an instant to improvise the deliotnus
drnught, and forall disordersof the stomach, bowels
and liver, prevalent at thi season it is -in tt e opinion
of our ablest physicisns-asare snd sdmimble ipecihc
i-ll 1 1 .1J D K ALU i.I.l-'.i."
K A Kit
T7,ii NO parKOTMKOlOI.'VK HUMliUtl.
u. m.biiliiiM the urnorant and credulous, nor it
represented as being "oomuosed of rare and precion.
sn stances brougbt from t ie liar corners ot tbe earth.
IU ..vm bmM aaroas the tireak Desert of Sabarah
oa tbe backs of fourteen camels, ami brought across
the Atlantic Ocean on two Mnps. " nmpi. m
vxi.n ftnWu it wri'rt Si rrinc for CATARRH
" loi.D m thr llran." also for ofTensrve Breath,
- or Impairment or the Sea-eof SmelL Taste or lleariDg.
I W.trin or Weak Kves. Pain or Pressure in the Head.
when caused, as they all not antrequenuy are, uy
Violence ef Catarrh. .
1 offer, in good faith, astsndlng Reward of $00 fo
ease of Uatarrn that 1 cannot cure, .
For Sale by auaat DrnariiUta Everywhere.
t ' J.;?, t Pcicx fc Cfsra. .
Bent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of SrtTT OESTfk
oar HnkuM far ftluu er 1 Demon for $a.flu.
Send a two cent stamp for Dr. image's pamphlet
Uatarrh. Address ttie proprietor,
K. v. vi kiu;k, m. d . Brsrstr,, w.
Vr IDDKR'S ASTIIXKS- A Saw Relief
jm k m Itl II lllaki a 1 V" ay (OUin rj lAafBia.
. STOWf-LL A UP- Otiarlokfow M.sa
Horace Water, 4KI 15rindvny, N. Y.
Will dispose of OSR HWNDRED PIANOS, MKLO
DEO.NS.and OlUi ANSof six urstxHaas makers, inclnd-
im (Jtiickerirur A Son's. AT IlTIlKurLI LOW FBK
niucii.li, uvMva trnaaiojrit,oF will take from
tii monthly until paid. lyr
ARF.r.TJLAR GRADUATB Ok S4KDIOIXB,
asdipUinuatoice wiilsbow, bus been lnngtr
enitaged ia the UeuimeatniA enereal, Setualand
Private lhsuasia ttia aayothur puiaicioata hk,
pyvoilis, Conorrhna, Gleet, Rtrictrrre, Orehltis,
Hernia ui 1 loiittare: ail IJrinitrv Diseases ana
I byphibtioor Mercorutl A!flictj.nsof the Thmaf,
aSlU Or .AlUf. ale ,nMw. I. ' - u imy.iu..ww
tSpermatnTThea, Smual Debility and Impotency,
aa the result ef self-abuseiu youth, su.ual ex Cessna
in rnaturtiryearRorothercaueeBjirid which protiu.
sotneoftlie following eft'octa, aa nocturnal eruis
eonfusion of idewi, ovil furebmliiiKS, aversion to
mvietynf females.loSiiof mentor) sod sexual power,
and remh-riug marriage improper, are peaua
practice are unsurpassed in St Ixiuis or nuy other
city Backhlesof St. lMiispaprsprivethatbbas
been located there h.nK"r by years tiiJ!tr.ny oimira
andapp .inimentsare unrivalled in theVest, Ua
u.nMKnfiiinvMhni Asoi withe fierieuee.oan be
relied ui.in, and tho doctor can roterto many pby
present post mm be stand without ft comnotitM
The Writ ins qf t Pliyslctnii whoae reptr
(Jtuon ia I uioo-witle ehouia be
, : worth reaulinc :'
TVkttcr Whtttteb, pnhhVbea a MEDIflAL
PA At PllT.Er relstingto veoereal diseasesand the
disastrous and varied consequences of selt-alnue.
to tho twetoraiterreaunguvs.noiicai rsi-uiet.
Oonununicat'..:, coxuidtitul. A lriendty talk will
cit you nothing. 4 it lice eeatrai, yet retimd
Kol el7 St. ChuTles tit-, eel, St. Iiuis, Uo. iioura
ka. at. tot r. at, nunaays u to a r. x. , : I
Meadow. King Blow.
JToaa'd by Sngg, Myxnl (4't Irii!ansjMro,"iV. T.
The lightest draft snd most durable Mower made
The Kni'e is al wars In line with tire Pirmn,Tht!. avoid
ing friction and enabling it to work freely in an uc4
of the UutteT Bar. It is the only penocilj Uexifjle ('uC
ter-tlar, sod exoels aU otuar Atoweraen roo,n rT.ionrl,
ior oi,i;ularsor luiorrcatiou, send to S. L riliKJ.IMlN
Madison. V is., i ienerAl A.u, for WisooBsin, Alinne
atiia, and Northern fima; also agent for New Yorker
Reapers and oth.r Machinery, or to J. D. KAS't'K
Chicago, Oeneral Agent far Uliuoia, aouthern Iowa, Ao
. i . r1
MOFfTS MAf.f KITRAOT is not only renowned
una of llfiarsenoM, ( kiughs, Dysneoua. eto. and
accoun of It. non excilirig uroporusa a a oeverage
which caa be need at .all tirau by every on, but
doubly m cwe ol Tulieicular Consumption.
I'nsoffieiai reports of many of the mUitary hospitals
of F.nrope state that: "It pat. a stop to the inroad
this powerful enemy, and renders the progress of
malady impossible. It is a direct anticni.t toa mher
eular, morbid eomtifuticn by prevenung tbe settling
and tixinii of the aloumisons roitter; moreover,
powartiil excites the act ivrtr of the lungs and inuTeaxas
Ui. ciretilatinnof tie blood."
KOI.D BY ALL DRUOOTSTS ANTf,ROCFP.5?.'
TA It KANT V tl-,7 tirwnwirH -t J,. V-
h!- ARKVTS rou ytiiTiin ira'i'Ca,AU.a
- t n ,
w r f-
WELCH & GRirriXH3
SAWS ! AXES I , SAV3 1 ";.
AWSofall deserlptiona AXKS. BELTING
MILL kUKJSlMlLKUS. CIUUCLAR RAWS with
Solid Teeth, or with Pxtvnt AiuubtaiiLB Polnts.
ptrimr Ui nil wrti fMA Sntr.
tr Prirra Uedaeed.si
Ir"8nd for Price List and Circulars, ajj
Bwaton, Ataaan er Detroit, Ailc.
' aaV - A . Ma W M.
DIURETIC nNQ ALTERATIVE
I mew aaI valuable preparatloa far tie ra
llefaad er of 3ravel, IrrlUUoa af tk
KadJeraaa rretaiIpatcatHaea- f
-naUe aad Coaty . Affeetloma, Palaa ; ; ,
te the Back aad Loins, Afc, e. :
To those suffering from diseases of the Kid
neys and Blsu.ler, and the consequent tram
of diatrcfing ailment, Jhis remedy is eoun
derttly rceti'uimeniled aa a relfer, aad needs Dtti
a trhil to prove Us great value in the ear .
Hie above uieu Honed diseasea. Aaaa Altera
live, this Klixir will be found much mora
beoeticial than the preparations ef Sareapa
ilia, so popnmr, (and we misht say of que
tinned medicinal value), and where a Bloon
Purifier Is needeJ, there is no question an
that the - ; ' ' ' -
: Diurtic anil Alterative Elixir
Will Mtcomtilish aU that la desireo. Anoae,:
living In nialariouadistricta, West and Souln
as a genenl thing need, on the approach
warm weather, such a remedy; one that all.
remove languor, and restore tone aad vigo U
the system. No preparation wtll toore enets- .
nally acconiplish this than the
blBBETIC . 1ID .ILTEHITNE
It Is by far a mora potent and effectual Alter-
atire aud nioo.1 Purilier than SarsaparUla.ard .
free from all objections that may he maua'
against the latter,- and its usual adjunct
Iodide of Potamiuui.or soma preparations at
'nlercury, .. . - . -t . - . ...
Imperii rs aad Dealers la
obiies .raiciiiEs, ma
OILS, &c, Scc.
Cbealcal h Pharmacantleal .Prcparaticai
IT. W. Cor. iih. and Vho Streak
" (OFPOSTTK PO9T0FFICR,)
! rVCincmriati.'; -f ... Oitio.;
A GREAT E53MAL DiSCQYEhi
Dr. Xffl t.tm iVf-;VQAT,TTO-RMTA" '
Hundreds of Thousands
I -- .
I rl L
- "V5 Bear trrtimony to their Wonder- .
till I'lir.wivn k:irMta m
l i WHAT ARE THEfY? o Si
1 -sj -; " -8
5 a '
!i I I
E :,w -tar. .. !ss
C . i .TIIEY ARK NOT A VTJ.S 5
jFANC.y D R I N K, Il
Made of Ponr Ram, AYhUkey, Proof pir
ansl Kefuxe I.iquara doctorud, spicrd arulawcet
sued to please theLtxle, called "Tonics," Appe
era, lcetorers, Ac, that lead the tippler or,
drankuoncss and rain, but are a trne MrUlclne-.v
from tlie Satlve Rovt and llprhjo.f CmVi,tlk,tTk
Iroia all Alcoholic NihioI,,,,, They are
;RF.AT HUMID PClimEBi and A 1.1
t.'ITINCi l"C.I;vVLB a poTfeet Renovator
Iavigirator Of (he System, carrying off all polsrmoiv
matr and restoring the blood to a healthy cob Ittlo
ho porsou can take Uirse Bitters according to diree
.tlot and rcmala long anvrcll. ' 1
- $ 1 00 will be given tor an bearable caao,prpvld.
the boni s arv not destroyed by mineral poison
othT uieaW. an.l tho vital urt'aaa'wasted beyowd
point of rr-palf. ..;,. . . J
For IiilLnnmalory aad Chroulc liheama
tinii nnd Ciout, xyHenn, r laiigrtllda,
Rilio.i-sKemittruta.ud IntermUtrat 'eves
0iifBsr- of tholilorrd, Liver, Kidneys ant-"
liladtlr-Vv thesa Ilittem have beettrooet euceeaj.
fuL roch Ills-!! "aro eaused' by Vitiate
ntaol,wl ilctt UgiwerallypjeMdbyderangonjiSiti
of the l)iiret i ve Oman.. -
IIYJiPEI'SI V Il IMIflJEMTIQ-, Heau
ache, Pala In the Shoulders, Cough; j-ihtnessof
Che, DfcneaB, Soar ErWciaUon of the 6toaiact
Sad taste l the HrtU, BlHrms Attacks, Pafpitatior
of the HcnH, Iruliaiunaii'D.i4 Ui luaKs,Paio In
reKlnnk of the Kidneys, aad a hundred 'other palniu.
symptocia, are the oprbtg. of Bysaepala. ..- ' 1
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate the
pld liver and bowels, wlitt h render tlictaof uneqnalle
etliracy In cleansing the blood f t ' all Imparities
frap'Hrting new lift: and vliror to tbe whole system.
FOU SKIN DISEAHKS,Krnptloti8,Tctter,SI
I9iuemniotchoe, Spots, Pimple9rustulcs,BoUs,Caji
btfticlca, (Slns-Wortiis, Scald Head.Sore Ey es, Er?Hii
el.is, Itch, Sc'ui-fs, Dfecolorationa of bu. Skin. BaXOK
ahdDlscanesof the Skin, of whateTwnauao.natars,
are literally dag up and carried pat of the system tn
short time by the tine of te Bittf ts. On hottle
ench cokos will oonviuce the uiust Incredulous of thei.
enraure est. ..... j ,: v ..: ?:u.,
; Ckaiue the vJ6kisl BAood wheasver yon find
Impurities brnsje-VCwrjlltlie skin tnpim plea Jj-ui
Mona or sores HWhts yon aad It ehetruetct
and sluti.'lsh la tM vats ; elennse It when tt la toe:
and your feelluv WUI tell you tai. Keepthehlocx
pure jutd tho health of th yiteu wUl follow.
- PPr, TA PE andother WO RMS, lurklngln
soaiany tkouaand, are eIttaalry oi3Btro:
cd and removed. For ftill directions, read carefully
the circclur around tach bottle, printed In four au
crr.ies EBfliah, German, French and Spantob j
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. n. MoDOXALD tt CO,
Drner-'iits antl Gen. ' Agents, Sen Francisco, Cat
aad Si aad 3t Cotacierce Street, iTew York.'
OT SOLD BY AlA B&J0GJmaUL9 TMAT wya
.. , the:; :;:;,::..;;
Mauwfaetrjred by ui Weed" SV WOaHartford,
aa aoa perfected. ia tha BEST and MObT U Vl.tf
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For ATX antes of family work,' now ln .se. " I will do
f-aasfB Uahgm of work, sewing from the UoavkST
fothe bfavrst hf.avkb cloth or iuthu, with
out change of Needles, Thread or Tension. It is simple
and net liable to get out of order, it baa straight
needle and make, the Lock Stitch. Responsible Agents
Wl . ia ewjry oooatv. A hberal.noouat to lee trade.
i . J"'5e)iand karma to GKU. U THOMAS
' W 'ak. 8k, Chicago. AseaU for tha Kertaweaa.
Say where yoo saw thos advertisement. -av
TnE SECRKTS OP YOrTTI TTNYEIf rn
, A Medical Treatis of thirti-two paiea mllfLl
paid, oa receipt of two three cent rS.TamSr
: k i
A Liniment for afaa aad Bus at, 81 . yean ia aaaw,.
aoia oj bu uraiijfmwi. uuo Duiues, ll,uu; sled
inin, 60 eta ; 8maii, Ma - n
,;- . . m n
ts good for sUiramatism, Ohilblaina, Corns, '
Whitlows, Caked Breaata. Bore Nipples, Cramp.
iBoils, Bites of Animals, Weakneae of the Jotnta,
txtntractioiis or tbe Muscles, Boras and Boalda,
Frost Sites, Pal unit Nervosa Affections, Chapped
rianaa, umi xucg. rain in Ihe Hide, swelllum.
Tumors, Tooth A eh a, Old Bores, Hrmorhoida, or
PUes, Flesh Wounds. Gal la of all Kinds, Sprains,
Bruises, Cracked Heels, Bins Bone, Poll' EvU,
indualia. Callous. Spavin. Bweeney. fistula, BaV
fast. External Poisona, ri cratches or Urease, tttrio.
halt. Sand Cracks, Lameness, Strsius, loundercd
Feet. . Minne, llorn Diatempor, Oarget la Cows, .
Cracked Teats, Feet But ia Sheep, ana many other
diseases incidental to Man and eaat, ThirtT-aevea
years before tha American rubUc Adapted to
fanuly use. Having been often solicited to prepare
this Celebrated Oil free from .tain, to te used a
common Liniment by families, we have at length
succeeded la extracting the coloring properties
which have heretofore rendered, it objectionable. .
Tula OU poamesea. the efficient principles oi that
prepared with the dark bage, and will be found to
be one of the Met tteffl sales for almost aU purposes
that has ever been before the public Bnt tor ani-
mala. In all cases, nee the other kind; and always '
got a nauKtoiiar or dollar ootne, lo nave eaoagb to
be of murk service. wBeora a sing, shake tha
bottle. . English, and tseriaan Almaiiaca. Vade
Mecuma. hhow Bills, Posters aad Clronkars will bo
forwarded free, npuai appUcalios) by letter.
FT"m V eawra. W. S. Warner Cn.1 Want Geonrl.
Vt, Hov. , 1857. We ooaslder your Gargling Od
aa stasia an article as we have In oar store, and as
sure 10 aell as tea or sugar. We never have sold a
ootue, tnai we enow 01, that has not given perfect
satixtaotioa. .- . .
AlmanacB and Cook Books sent free from tha
office in Lock port, N. Y.
From Hon.KathaA Uodeey, Conrrty Judge of
Shelby Co., Iowa, dated ikirlan, April 13, 1887.-1.
ia decidedly preferred to any other t-tyitmet auid
in this section.
From L. rkhlotraianv Rannd Top, Tsyett Co.,''
Texaa, Feb. IS, Wt9. I am now Belling more of .
ytmrOargling Oil than any ether Liniment, and all -who
tuva need in pronounce Ik taa beat thg -ouL"
Onr reprttatlon having been establPJf iv
yeara in Lockport, N. Y., snd thioar, -'
try, we do not deem It neceasarj to nng ,
reference, and, hi fact, we know and feel to think
it ef no nse in oar baainess; bnt as there are a few
what srs moro or less prejudiced against ths pro- 4
prietors and mannfactiuers of Patent Remedies, . ,
w. subjoin the following relerences aa to ths quail. '
ry of the OU. onr responsibility, fair dealio. anL
! .. . -. ' r ,- -
How, JOHN VAV HORN, Mayor City of Lockport-. . ,
Uoa. A. b. BRO WH, Ea-Mayor. - ' V-
Hon. J. JACKSON, Jr., Ex-Vayer, Cibraf Lock port 1 - '
Hon. H. trAKDNKR, Connty Judge, .
Hon. KCKOWLKY, Kx htaieSeoator.t " -' , '
Host. O. D. LA MONT. Kx-tknnty Judge, "
O. K. MANN, Hfaenff Niagara (Jounty. '.-.
niagajkaco. natl bank, ,
NATIONAL KXCHAMGF. BANaTl "."'it t' .") i ;
J. T. MURRAY, bwrregatav. D : 'T I 1 il il'SH
f 1 XjlioiO) Tl
,'H'--t7.-'1: Jjs ; JJ
M. M. ROTTTH WORTH, Disk Arty,
L A. SPAUI.DIMr, l'eM.aeis
Mil Mc t!l I LLC M, M, D.. ,
W. B.GOCI O M.t, . "
. T. OLA RK.M. D ,
john voi nk. m. fx, -
D. i'.BlSUOP M. D.. :
O N. PALM BR, M. D.J J-' "
, City of Lockport
Vit - f f.
RKV. W. a WrSNP.R, Cito af Locknort.
KkV. J. L. BEN NRTT, - - mt
Ra.injGHMVLHOLLAND, , .
iUv. biUtiAAM IOsNU. PSanLake.Ut'1 "
'' ' -Tc I'-: .- i:ii If .
- Manulactured at Wciportv 3T. Y.;
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