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GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY
OF THE ACE.
ffcR. KENNEDY, of Rorbnry.bas discovered I in
I W one of oar common put are weeds remedy that
cures KVKKV KIND UK HI MOR, from the WORST
Two bottles are warranted to core a nursing aore
One to three bottles wid core the worst kind of
pimples on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
'I wo bottles are warranted to core the worst canker
in the stomac".
Three to nve bottles are warranted to cure the worst
kind of erysipelas.
Une or two bottles are warranted to core all humor
in the eyes. ,
Two bottles are warranted to core running of the ears
and blotches among t he hair.
r oar to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and
running ulcers. ,
Fifteen to twenty bottles will cure scaly eruptions
the skin. ,
Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst
kind of ringworm. -
Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt
live to eight bottles will cure the worst case
One to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst
case of dyspepsia. 1 know from the eipenenoe of
thousands that it has been caused br canker in the
stomach. - . .
Une to two bottles are warranted to cure sick head
ache. , ,
One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a cos
tire state of the bowels.
One or two bottles will regulate all derangements of
r oar to six bottles have cured the worst cases of
One to three bottles have cured the worst case of
piles; a relief is always experienced : what a mercy to
get relief in such an excruciating disease. !
A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle,
and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quan
tity is taken.
No change of diet ever necessary ; eat the best you can
get and enough ot it-
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, No. 130
Warren street. Roxbury, Mass. .
sJT" Price, l.ou. r or sale by every Druggist m the
United States and British Provinces.
The vast and continually increasing gales of Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters have provoked the envy of
a ceitain class of dealers ia various parts of the
country, who are trying to substitute their utterly
worthless local nostrums for the popular propria
tary medicine in the world. These impostors hope
by their false statements to obtain from the mil
lions who patronize the great American Tonics a
sufficient number of customers to make their spec
ulations upon the health of their neighbors profit
able. As the demand for Hostctter's Bitters is now
no large and urgent as to tax to their fullest extent
the facilities for its manufacture, these petty
attempts to wring in the merest trash by false rep
resentations, are of little consequence to its
proprietors. They are, however, a serious evil to the
victimized. If, for example, at this warm season,
when a real invigerant is greatly needed, the suffer
er from general debility, indigestion, bUlionsuees
or nervous weakness, is coaxei into nsing a wishy
washy compound without any medicinal virtue,
instead of the tovereign specific in which the rarest
tonic and alterative vegetable element are scien
tifically combined, it is obvious that he will rue the
day when he allowed himself to be thus deluded.
It is in the interest of parties who have been or may
be influenced by the persuasion of plausible char
latans, that this article is published. Win the light
of twenty yeirs experience to guide them, why
should tin invalid take a leap in the dark.
::2! Itch Mi
In from 10 to IS hoars
Cores Thr itch.
Cures If Kbewm.
Cures T-l Irr.
Cures ISnrbrrw' Itch.
Cures (lid Sort.
Cirr every kind qf a or Sub
Price, 50c. a box; bymalLfWo
i.6 khbWKF.CS POTTER, I I Washington St.
N'r le brail Dnuista Boatssa. Mass
Time Tests theLlerita of all Tilings
FOR THIRTY YEARS I
Perry Davis' Pain Killer
Has been tested in every variety ot climate, and by
almost every nation known to Americans. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable friend of
the missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and
no one should travel on our LAKK.S OB K1VEK.S
Pain Killer wu the First and ia the
Only Permanent Fain Reliever,
Since the FAIN KILLER was first introduced, and
met with sock unsurpassed sale, many UNIMKNTS,
KKLQiFfc, Panaceas, and other Remedies have been
ottered to the public, but none of them has attained the
truly KK VIABLE sxakdikg of the FAIN KILLER.
WHY 13 THIS SO ?
It is because DAVIS1 PAIS KIIJ.FR is what t
claims to be, a Reliever of Fain.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If yon are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, twenty
tnthirtv drop in a It tile water will almost instantly cure
you. There is nothing equal to it. In a few moments
it cures CoUc Cramps, Spasms. Heart-bum, Hiarrbea,
Dysentery, Mux, Wind in the Bowels, boor Stomacn,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache.
la sections of the country where FEVER AND
AG UK prevails there is no remedy held in greater
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
few diopi of water will prevent sickness or bowel
troubles trom change of water.
In foreign countries the calls for PAIN KILLER are
great. It is found to
Core Cholera when all ether
WH EN USED EXTERNALLY AS A LINIMENT
nothing gives quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains, Stings of Insects, Scalds, lr removes the tire,
and the wound beats like ordinary sores. Those suffer,
in with KHKUM VfTSM. GOUT, or NEURALGIA,
it not a positive cm r-, they find the PAIN KILLER
gives them relief alien no other remedy will. It
Gives Instant Heiief from Aching- Teeth
From 1870 to this day. 1870, (thirty years.) PERRT
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER has had no Rival 1
JCcet y Bmtk-per tUnjutd kerp ' at hamti, to apply it on
be hrst attack ot any fain, it will give great aatiatac
tory rebel, and sevo hours of suffering.
Do not tritle witn yourselves by testing untried
remedies. Be sure you call for, and get the genuine
- PAIN KILLKK, as many worthies nostrums are
attempted to be sold on tbe great reputation of this
valuable meaicinea, A Aiirecaons accompany each
J. N. HARRIS A t O., Cincinnati. Or-'o, Proprietor
iur uie ouauieni um nntern ouun
t lor Sale by all Medicine Ilealers.
Sold at Milwaukee by Bokwobth A Sons,
Gbkkkf. 6 Bctton, Kick A RiaiKo, Drake Buoh.,
DHoiits, .Nt KMLDT A Co., and all Milwaukee Drug
family Medicine Cases
:c?oa, tpjit cab- you do fzb
na-c cuitt r rrr-Cr. a rood steal of Biefcnws. the
- v.ctor ooiFPoUet- his bills are notligat; ito ir
; -.c tnuf ri.ct'1.: ce fcrtu.iBO to nae 1m &iz' 3.
: .-I Iikuki fcilii-o Luis direction, if conebteat with tot
'it.ae w U.
eli. iur fiicird i can do a good deal for vnu
C-.L. SeO( v-.U ce- of out I a MIL If Caker or
EOF .tbj Sh.-.jil :. s. which has a small t-oik
-? .-iireuiicns. tr'r. a o-M-ri. lien ct all the van. ut
nosi i..n :: "-n iroitt" picttat iy, nd ful'.
.--r-v icrs V.r iv:ir ti.e Sxeaiciues. diet-, etc
'.e v-tf da i t-i; n arc o J tirksd and Ubeltd, no yet.
..' H- t 1. 1 Li i. tc tive in a particular ctc
- fj tor rtirect.nrSTd:c pan tc J simple tcatyomet
it c:)TiV W'd one ci tac- cases, von tir your wtf
itlbe el-Ie irr-r atd arrett t&reo-iuunhsnt al! itu
j.W'&&'iiiti-3 wTiicli occur in y;ur family, kocrtiiit
..ir tw.-raase voc -c the s:ck cb:ld r;.tieat a'. once
i ;-..: be.-orc-Mse aoe'er wo-alc becnlied, and ttiur
;n-.- t ;.'ir sict. ni with lije crofter r"iru:nv at once. &nc
-.t.r.- ,t ti-u,beooie serious. In nsinjetbeeMnipleacd
';ltftw.U7r T.eGrvi -'e. also vou av,id druenng tilt
LtiriF.t and tbts weak eniii tfce -tim. and laying- the
-. aa1a' ion or tutor oise-e Vou .liMiare fa'isenat?!3d
erli.ate iitost tenu nctes to chn.nicdmnse waicb
mm-s n pc marii istniii-s and individuals, such a.'
rrQFuhit iro.t: tn.'i', e.'c jy ue use, rrom tune
aaie. a& ocrutsioc tequires xorsucu ailnientsor tjis
f r -c-1 .-. xf tire proper BpeciDo, not Only is the
.sirtc a.sciioc rnr . qui tee luanaUon, so to speaic,
iilAiiirei tzii grave cLtonic diaresses is removes.
!'r,e cocsruence is that tbe whole familv improve io
;k-.i1j1. have lets And ieae sicuoS irom veartovenr.
tve n-wevjit'-r and better constitutions, and thur
-vr n 1 u you work out Iroin unacr tbe band of disease
rtjiddoctor. ,!ut tbe reveise of thisis true, under old
uuAoi treatment. 1 very villainous d.ise of mearine
Mves the way tarSDOther. one viit of th doctoi often
TitroAtit-ites aootiier. and a good th ri..gb ctd-scuool
c-jcior cm inakF. p.-itients enouirh in tbe urst tun erre
.4 uia p-'ofea-'i j:ti lit, to keep nun buwvfor tbe balanco
. ' lis Oiiys. ''bec vi ecke of men, ui-viJo by ttie abuse
nt calomel, blue-mass, iiuiniue. irdiiie, opium find
jt.'wi'jm. r.re tbe harvest tild9 of doctors. So my
riv.nd pet out or tb'swy of u H-'' orinr. tietacaseot
r -x5 Ki.-s. and doctor your!i au-J family aben you can.
.1 " w.ieit vou must have a d.ictor, Feud lor the trio I
.'ille one m jour rea(--h and you will oon have sick
a and doctors rare visitors at your house.
'-"lis is no fancy sketch. No mere windy promise,
t't: usands have done so, and you may do likewise. , ,IP
troMnt involved in the experiment is not!rge,and the
-.'trmpt well worth a trial.
Oz ,t to (if) Irirserinlj morocco rroc-'-vi!Ml
rnrs ivintRiii'ttv a. (six-rific lor
c-'ry fr!inary ili-cm-.- a family rs
nn .ect to, uuil bookx cl ttrcections
nmaller Fumilr and Travcift.? rce. withCt)
tosviUut.. .. . ..... .. .'i-ra Si to lS
Specifics for !1 Private Ilirr!( r- .h for
t aring and for Preventive :n...rx- A n
vu.is and pocket cases.... ... . -ai''ttoS3
POM'S E.TiA . V
'.'arm Rnrns, Brni-mk, I,Ttf t.-ir'lcn,
r- Ttiroat, .rm-, 'i'MI imr r- . ICtirucbf.
i-Mral!a, Uhi-uniH.1 mm. I. Mmbn '';, Ptlt-,
ftuiln, IMiriKH, t.r- I ves, Itlc.-.l.nu of liir
f.titiKS, Now. Stomach, or ol 1'iln, torn!,
rrie, 6oz,j ceutti: Pints. S 1 .00: QuarU,
lr These Remedies, except POND'S EXTRACT.
tr tbe case or single box. are sent to anvnart of thfc
eeuntry. by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the pri-e.
ALL LETTERS VTJST EE AOOBKS8ED
Ilotnoropathic Medicine CompawT,
Office and Depot, No. 662 t boadva r. New fork. -FOR
SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WHOLFSALB AGENTS. F. Burnham A Son, Hurlburt
A EdsalL Van Schaack. Stevenson A Reid, Chicago.
Ills ; Jecks A Gordon, St Paul. Minn. ; Brown, Wetber
A Graham. St Loois, Ala; Farrmnd, Sheley A Co,
A' ITCH o
I AS J
. fait Bte
Sir James Clart6's Female Fills.
Tbese invaluable Pills ate unfailing in the cure of all
tbose painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is subiect They moderate all ez-
oeeses and remove a obstructions, from whatever cause.
TO 31AKKIFD LADIES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short time,
Dnng on tne monthly period wit a regularity, and
although ver powerful, contain nothing nnrGtuT to tna
Constitution. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal A flec
tions, fains in tne Hack and LamDs, rati (rue on aught
exertion. Palpitation ot the Heart, Hysterics and
W bites, they will effect a cure wben all other means
have failed. The pamphlet around each package baa
full directions and advice, or will be sent free to all
writing for it sealed from observation.
Job Unmet Sir Jam Clark' t FemaU FitU art Ur
lively CoUNTERFKITKTA The genuine have the name of
"JOB MOSSS" m eat fxwkaqe. Alt othenarewarthlrw.
N. B. In all csaes where the Gekuikk cannot be
obtained. One Dollar, with fifteen cents for postage,
enclosed to the sole Proprietor, JOB MOSES, 18 Cort
landt Mrreet, New York, will insure a bottle of tbe
Mae, containing Fifty Pills, by return mail, mecurely
ealed from any nowledgd of its center ta.
The Weather—The Census—Effect of
War on the Fall Trade—Different
Classes of Goods—Burley & Tyrell's
Chicago, Aug. 6,1870. The hot.dry weather
was rciievad by a gocJ shower, wi h moderate
lightning, laui evening, and the atmosphere
ip c uller this morning, with a refreshing
breeze. Eut the ground is dry, and many
welis are drying up.
a lar as ta-ken in thie city, doea not justify
the t ttintatev made of the number of inhab
itants. The eacguine expected three hun
dred thousand, but it will probably be
tweuty-tive or thirty thousand less. But the
pride ot the city i soothed by knowing that
other cities aUo fail to reaiizu their especta-tiotis.
EFFECT OF WAR ON THE FALL TRADE.
The diplomatic coutest between France
and Prussia having rosulted in war, we can
form aomo oetimate of iU influence upon
the fall trade. Iu first effect will be to
quicken our own industries, and improve the
price of our agricultural products, thereby
enabling the producing ciasses to purchase
argo supplies But by turning the produc
tive labor of two great nations into destruc
tive labor it will Ksft-u the quantity and in
crease the price of foreign goods manufac
tured for this market. And as most of our
merchants have purchased their fcupplies for
ths next eix months, tuey will sell on a rising
market. So that, on the whole, we may look
for an active fall it ado.
DIFFERENT CLASSES OF GOODS.
There are certain clasees of goods which
the people must Lave, euch aa boots and
bhoes, clothing, staple groceries, Ac, the
taie of which is less affected by hard times
than others, euch as tbe more expeneive
etvles of house furnishing goods, and the
finer classes of crockery, china, glass ware,
4c, whose brisk sales depend upon the de
gree of general prosperity, for they are lux
uries rather thsji necessities to the great
mtjocizy. But when aesthetic culture be
comes more general and perfect, the higher
faculties will demand gratification as much
as the lower, and beautiful tsibio sei vice will
be as essential to cur happiness as the food
which nnrisues u . And the growth of re
finement among us is indicated by the large
establishments devoted to the supply of table
and household furnishing. Those houses
lay the arts and artisans ot both hemispheres
under contribution to please the tastes and
win the custom of the public and have so
wedded use to beauty iu the science of living
that the eve is pleased with graceful and ar
tistic forms while the taste is gratified with
wholesome and appetizing food.
And chief ot the largest houses here that
eupplv euch wants is tbe firm of .
BDBLET & TYKUEL, 46 ASD 48 LAKE ST.,
importers and wholesale and retail dealers
of crockery, China, lamps, glassware and
fancy goods. Their store, 45 feet by 140 feet,
with six floors, covering 138 square rods
nearlv eeven-eighths of an ai re is filled with
the choicest goods in their line, French, Bo
hemian and German ware, Parian and lava
goods, statuettes, busts, vases, silver-plated
ware, fine table cuttlery, lamp goods of all
kinds, and everything pertaining to the trade.
They import three-fourths of their goods,
eeli in original iackages, oi repack their
goods, and having agencies in Europe ca.
a'.wavs import anything desired by their cus
tomei s Their epecialty is in always keeping
the verv best goods and having
evervthing just what it is represented
to "le. It is the oldest as well
as the largest crockery house in the
West, having been eotablished by Mr. Butley
in 1838, and Mr. Tyrrell has been connected
with it nearly twenty years. They sell at te
tail as well as wholesale, and cffeP equal ad
vantages to all classes of customers. Their
sales are very large and not exceeded by more
than four houses of the kind il America.
They have earned this prominence by indus
try, euterprize and sagacity, and fidelity in
all their dealings for a third of a century, till
their name has become a synonym for busi
ness integrity wherever kui-wn. They are
still in the fall vigor of manhood, and, with
the advantages of iat exp'-rience, large bu
siness rontiectious, ample means and lamia
arity with the trade and wants of the North
west, are prepared to do a larger business
this fall than jver before. Tiiey belong to
the wide-awake class who always keep abreast
of the times. - ...
The theatres have had a vacation, which
etiil continues at A'.Lens' Museum and Mc
Vickers. llanning's Minstrels are at the
Dearborn, Bryant's at Crosby's, and the
Lydia Thompeon troupe begin a six nights
engagement at the Opera House on Monday.
It has been too hot weather lor any recrea
tion except a cool shower bath for a month
LIFE AND DEATH.
The hot season has b-en marked by unu -ual
mortality here Without any prevailing
disease, ana it is noticeable that the parts
of the city imperfectly drained and cleansed,
yield the largest harvest of death. What is
the fault of man's neglect is . attributed to
Divine Providence. Me canuot avoid death
altogether, bu: by the perfect observance of
sanitary jaws we might put on his call to a
vsry late day. Ii.
A writer in the London Musical World
talks of "overdoing it" in the following
vein - " - ?
"I hare shaken bands, for-instance,: with
pianists fand very -proud I whs to be al
lowed to do so J, men of whom- it was said
they practiced fifteen- Lours day, and
continued that eevc r training ibr years.
One clever musician was reputed to have
ylajed the violin for seven hours and the
r-iano lor seven or eight hours every; day.
Tiiat was 'overdoing' it. When not play
ing be whs composing. He wrote 'Marita
na' and 'LnrliDe.' and then, without reach
ing the prime of life, or attaining to theJ
Dest results oi me powers ttiat were witnin
Lira, became a 'wreck. We would be glad
to have spared him m the one capacity,
either as violinist or pianist, or both,: as a
eoloist, if he had given hs another opera.
Who would not be willing to forego few
rt-miniscences of Paganiui or Thalberg m
exchange for another Lnrliue." In a word,
it is qt:ite plain that no man can become
an epitome of executive talent of varied
orders; though, mentally, men may be
fonnd who are endoaed with a universal
crasp and almost a nnivers-J sympathy.
Let the young student then, boware Of
'overdoing' it No--on a suim Wti do every
thing. If Lis talent lie in any one direc
tion, playing, for instance, let him keep
mainly to one instrument, aud if it incline
to writing or composing, let Lira make the
desk his chief concern. To expect one
man to both compose a concerto &Dd to
play it is scarcely wisr."
Cuba The Spanish Call fob Help. A
most significant coiiiinentary upon ail that
has been given ot, recently, by the Span
ish authorities at Havana, comes fio:n
Madrid, in the announcement that Captain
General De llodas Las mad efcqorsi tion for
reinforcements to the amonnt of iourteen
thousand men. From forty to 6ixty thou
sand troops had previously teen sent to the
Island of Cuba, according to the informa
tion submitted by the. Committteon Foreign
Relations to onr House of Hepresentatives.
Since then there Lave been repeated state
ments, to th6 effect that nothing waa left of
the insurgents but a few hundreds of guer
rillas, scattered about among the hills. Now
the question arises, does it require an addi-'
tional force of fourteen thousand men to
finish np the work in suppressing these in
significant bands of guerrillas, or bas the
powerful Spanish army, itlready sent to
Cube, been so terribly reduced by casual
ties as to need these fourteen thousand to
fill np their vacant ranks; or going to the
main question, are we now to understand
that the stories about the ' insurrection
having died out were false ? Which is it ?
The Old asd the New. Messrs. Edwards,
Bluett & Co., successors to the old establish
ed house of G. T. Belding & Co., corner Ran
dolph and Dearborn street, Chicago, dealers
in men's and bov's readv mado and custom
clothing, and gents' furnishing goods, are
now selling goods at priees which defy com-'
petion, to make room for their fall ttock.
which will arrive in a few days. They keep
the largest and best assortment in the west.
We advise our readers to call and see them
when in need of any in their line.
Akt of our citizens who are. in want of
common, medium-or fine furnitura should,
when .thev .visit Chicago, call on Messrs.
Colby 4 Wirts, 42 and 44 Dearborn street,
who are manufacturers' agents. Sell at auc
tion every Friday, and at private sale through
the week at manufacturers' prices. Give
them a call.
He began life a poor bey at Havre de
Grace. He went into a lawyer's office to
sweep his floors. He would spend
Lis spare time in looking into the books.
He cultivated quite a fondness for legal
subjects. Friends let him have the money,
and he studied law. He was at once very
successful. He had an immense command
of language and of authorities. He had
great sagacity in resorting to just what he
wanted. He never used a superfluous cita
tion, but if there was in all the range of
legal literature anything he wished to nse
in his argument, he had it It was a dis
puted point who was the stronger in logic,
he or Webster. In rhetoric he wa far
ahead. He-had all of Choate'a elegance of
language, bat a great deal more elegance
As a legal orator he had a mysterious
power, now frequently called magnetism.
He had an attractive manner of delivery,
securing and holding the attention of his
hearers until he brought to bear the power
of subduing their minds. Webster opposed
him in his last case, a patent question,
involving something about a part of a cot
ton loom. There could be no drier subject
in all the range ot the law. His argument
covered two whole days. There was no
time daring the whole of it when the Court
House and all the ways around it were not
crowded full of the elite of Washington. He
ha.l a peculiar charm of gesture which at
tracted the attention ol every one. He
would not confine himself to one spot, but
in the course of his argument he would
nive about before the Court Let him
talk upon what subject he would- you
could not heip listening, and listening be
ing convinced. As a man, he was perfect
ly kind and courteous toward all, but he
had one weakness which swallowed up all
the rest He was the vainest person alive.
He was vain of his vanity. While I was in
liussia, I and another attach were sitting
in his parlor, waiting for him to coma to
dinner. He came in, after a long while,
black and dirty as any man. Without say
ing a word he walked np to the sofa, jerk
ed off his hat, threw it and his sword down.
At last Mrs. Pinkney returned, and asked,
What is the matter?" "Matter! I have
been insulted, madam! That is what is
the matter." At this (oar narrator says)
my sword and that of my friend, as it by
magic, leaped from their scabbards to
avenge the insult. I ventured to ask,
"How?" Turning to me, he said, "Sir! Is
not a man of my name, my position, my
country, insulted when he is to get np at 8
o'clock to pay homage to a little girl (a
Russian Princess)?" I ventured to bnggest
that we were invited at 11. "Can a gentle
man dress in Kss than three Lours?" ' '
He used to bathe every day, and, after
bathing, he would throw a thiu ganze
over himself and have two body ser
vants throw fine salt at him. He hud
heard, he 6aid, "salt would preserve the
skin." It was true that his complexion
was fine, so much so that there was a ru
mor spread that he painted. This was not
true, for oar narrator has, time and again,
seen Lira plunge his head into a basin and
give his face tuch a robbing that no
paint in the world could remain on it
He paraded his eff orts in making this show.
He liked to hear such rumors of himself.
He was 54 when in ot Petersburg and CO
when in Washington, though he looked
like 30 when he went into company. He
was not very fond of society, and wonld
not remain longer than 10 o'clock at a
party. When he came out he would say,
"Let as go home and have a chat," which
oar narror was most willing to do. When
he got there, he would begin to unmake
himself. He was laced in every direction.
He would wear the fashionable cravat of
that day, which was an immense piece of
silk, about a yard and a " half-square. It
was folded diagonally, corners turned in,
and that filled with a long piece of pad
ding, or, as it was commonly called, pud
ding, which was made for that purpose.
It was then folded and drawn tightly round
the neck, his more than ordinarily so. His
whole dress was faultless and beautiful, as
well as most fashionable. The only thing
that troubled him was his thin hair, though
he was not hald. After he had all his tight
clothes off, he would fall back into his chair
and tell his strvant to bring him a gla-s of
"peaeh drink," which was no other than
most excellent punch, made with old peach
brandy. .-He wonld-tnm to our narrator
and say: "Mr. P , witl yoa have a
glass of peach drink?" "Yes, I think I
wilL' There we would sit and talk nntil
On one occasion I told him I would like
very much to hear him in the Senate, and
I would be glad if he would let me know
when "he was going to - speak npon any
question, He replied: "I do not know
that I will have much to say this term. ! I
do not know of any topic which will come
before the Senate npon which 1 will be like
ly to speak, unless the Sen ite gets into a
confused, chaotic state, and will need me
te set them right" Our narrator once told
Webster of this, who did not like him. He
said: "it was all exactly so, only he was a
great fool to say it"
Alter a nigni s nara sruay, be wouid
come into court, and, in discussing a ques
tion, would in the course of his argument
say: "I 'think' your honors will find an au
thority for that in the first of east about
604 yes I Bhould say about 604 and on
the right-hand side." While he knew it
having just examined it All this was done
for effect in order to make the populace
think he knew not oly . the law, but he
knew the location on the page.
It was generally supposed that he died,
lrom over-exertion in the case m which he
was opposed by Webster, though knowing
his habits of hie as I did, I do not think
that was so. Lecture Room Talk by Prof.
Parsons, of Beading.
The "Kesoxakt Case." In another column
will be noticed an advertisement of a new
style of the Mason & Hamlin Organ Co.'
orgirns; Any praise tht we could give these
inst ruments iu general, would bo superfluous,
for the thousands of educated musician': who
have pronounced their superiority, and the
thousands of American parlors and churches
bearing tuneful witness to their exqwl
lence, speak loader than could any'
words of ours. We would, however,
ca'.l especial attention to the company's late
irjiproviment, the name of which heads this
articla. This improvement consists in build
ing np the ton of the cabs ujn ? to form,
above the reeds, an open space or chamber;
in which the sound reverberates, thus giving
a fuller an 1-rouiider tone, besides making
the organ a still handsomer and more impos
ing article of furniture than before. We
recommend all purchasers to call ori Root
Cady, No. C7. Washington. street, and judge
lor themselves of the value of. this addition.
Hooflasd's Gebman Bitters. This Bit
ters is very generally nsed throughout t'ue
United States and Europe, and the Proprie
tor bast, received tbe roost comjiini' Btry
testimonials from thousands who have expe
ru nced its beneficial effects. It is an ac
knowtodged : preventative for ' Cholera, and
highly recommended for Debility, ptostra
tion t f the System, Disorders- of the- (Diges
tive Organs, Liver Complaint-, and numerous
other diseases. Tha; Bitters i pot a liticr
preparation, cont; ins no intoxicating ingre
dients whatever, gives tone to the vt hole sys
ttni, and ia very carefully prepared by one
of tho most scientific chemists and pharma
ceutists' In America, fnom roots and herbs
gathered in Germany. Boston Traveler. ;
Booflakd's Gebmas Tonic is a combina
tion 6r all the ingredients of the Bit U re,
with pure Santa Cruz Bum. orance. anise
&c, making a preparation of rare medical
value.--.The Tonio is nsed fortlie same dis
eases as the Bitters, in cases where some
Alcoholic Stimums is -neceseary. -
Artificial Marble. An excellent imi
tation marble veneer cub, it is said, be
mide by first hoilrngTrix pounds of glue in
sixteen Dints of water "until it is cleared of
all deleterious substances, and then adding
thereto a pint of glycerine. Next boil three
pounds of resin in three pints of linseed oil
nntil ' tiro Team 'is' entirely dissolved. Mix
the above solutions in a boiling state, and
stir the composition nntil it becomes of a
white color. The colors required to be
mixed with this white comnosition for 'the
purpose of ornamentation and design are
sftparately.Biftedio a dry. .powdered state.
A suitable quantity of each color ia then
placed in a heap on a slab or other surface.
and a hollow or recess made therein to re
ceive as mnch of tbe above described com
position in a boiling state as will absorb the
color, and. this mixture is then kneaded
nntil it attains the consistency of putti "
Northwestern Horse Kail Co.. manufac
turers of '-Patent Hammered Horse Kails.
Office C8 West Van Bured street. Factory 56
to 68 est Van Burcn street comer Clinton
a am am&v awnv v u... i.ih' ........
weekly from New York, ' Liverpool and
Qucenstown. Agents-in all the' principal
: . - . , . L. . U T . 1
ClUCS. Vi -feUQ UU1 lliWCQU O. 1HIWO, UD11C1 B 1
Western Aeent N. 9, Lake treat Chicago.
Highest prices alwavs for consignments of
hides, poitu, and tallow, by Skinner & Boyn
ton. No. 239 Lake street, Chicago, 111.
To prevent the hair from falling oat nse
HaW Vegetable Siciiian Hair Eenevoer.
Nervuiia dabiMy, with its gloomy ait an d
ifts, sow biiiiii.-. fit-pienaioii, involuntary
e niiosi'iLb, loss of svQi-n, spermatorrhea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Home o
palhic8ocific No. twenty-eight Composed
of tho most valuable, mild aud potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, toiie np the system, arrest the dis
cbarges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very important in obstinate fcr old
cases, or II per ainglo box. Sold by all drug
gists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address Humphreys' Specific Homeophatic
Medicine Co., 662 Eroadwav, New YcrW
WnoiaaUAgmU Bumhams A Van Schaack, Hnrl
bait & Edsall, Chicago, Ills.; Jenks & Oordon, St.
Paul, Minn.; Brown, Webber & Orabam, St. Louis,
Io.:aFarrand. Sheley k Co.. Detroit. Mich.
The youngest Captain in the mercantile
navy of the United States is the master of
the brig Mo6es Bogers, of ooO tons, who
has just passed his twenty-first ibirthdtiy.
As his coarse of life is worthy of imitation
by every young man, a few facts in his ca
reer may be mentioned. In 1862, when
thirteen years old, he first went to sea as a
cabin boy, and from that time till the pres
ent he has snccessively filled every position
on board of his brig. On the last voyage
of the vessel he was first mate, and in re
cognition of his conduct in qneliing a se
rious mutiny ot the crew at llto Janeiro,
the owners appointed him captain. Dar
ing his eight years of sea life, this energetic,
temperate and industrious young ui.-.n
saved up his wages instead of westing them
in dissipation, and he was ccnsequently
enabled to purchase one eighth of he ves
sel he commands. ' The successful career
above recorded is th6 more wonderful, as
the life of a sailor is surrounded by tempta
tions of which 6horegoing people have not
the slightest conception.
Fielding relates that Jonathan Wild, on
the scaffold, the moment before execution,
picked the pocket ef the ehaplian who was
exhorting him to repentance, and extracted
therefrom a corkscrew. This instance of
Wild's greatness, is hardly more striking
than that which occurred at a London
court lately, when a youth v ho was in ens
tody on the charge of stealing a tankard,
while waiting for his case to be called,
picked the pocket Of an ex-inspector of
police, and stole his handkercnieL
An English nobleman once sent his stn
pid son to Rowland Hill, in order that he
might be educated, accompanied by a
uote,-in which the father said of his hope
ful son: "I am confident that he has tal
ents, but they are hidden nndera napkin."
The eccentric but shrewd divine kept the
youth a lew weeks under his carj,aud then
sent him back to his father with the fol
lowing laconic message: "I Lave shaken
the napkin at all corners, and find nothing
Minister Bancboft expresses the opin
ion that there is no government in the
world equal to the Prussian iu the con
stant' attention which is given to the wants
of the workman. There is a most thorough
provision in Parliament for all appeals of
th laboring classes.
A wealthy lady, who stays in town, com
plains of the people who retire to the coun
try and leave their domestic cat to rusticate
upon the rear fences and forage npon friend
Diet for the Million. Wealth no longer
monopolizes the luxuries of life. Persons hi
the most moderate circumjtances can have a
delicious dessert daily for a sum so trilling
that it ii scarcely worth naming. They can
take their choice of fifty delicate dishes (racli
one of which the most fastidious epicure
would smack his hps over), at a cost which,
ia these dear times, may well be calied nom
inal. Custards, Cream, Blanc Mange, Car
lotte Basse, paddings, p:es, creams, cakvs
an.! jellies are included ia this cheap and
varied bill of fare.
"But," says the skeptical reader, shrug
ging his shoulders iucrcdulouslj, "this is not
an age of miracles; give ine facts, not asser
tions." Thi is an age of miracles miraclf S
of science; and Sea. Moss JTartne, the new
article that produces these bontws touches,
is one cf its wonders. The Sea Moss Far
ina Ot ,'53 Park Place, New York, is. niann
f icturiug this incomparable edible, trom Car
rageen or Irish Mess, under a patott pro
cured l-.et summer, and its popularity is al
readv ho preat that - the extensive mills o;
the A-a; cist ion, although running night ami
day, can scarcely keep pace with taj protti
gious demands. '
Chapped Hands. Face, ftoush Skin, Pirn
pit .j, Biugworm, Salt liken ru. aud all other
cntnueons affections cured, and the Skin
mado sots and smooth., bv unit's the Juniper
Tar Soap, mado bv CASWELL. HAZARD Ar
LO , 2ew lorn, it is more 'convenient tuu
easily applied than other remedies, avoiding
the tirouole of the greasy fom;ouada cow in
use. bold by ail driiKcirts.
The Purest and Swkcttst Cod Liver On."
in the world is Hazard & Caswell's, madd ou
the sea shore, from fresh, selected livers,
bv CASWELL. HAZAKD & Co.. New York.
It is absolutely rrnre and arcert. Parties who
have once taken "it prefer it to all other.
Fhvsiciaus have decided it superior to any of
the other oils in tbe market Sold by all
. As A resiedy for bronchia affections and
chronic diseases of the lungs, nothing ever
before discovered equals Dr. Pierce s Altera
tivo Exfract or Golden Medical Discovery.
It is nho a great blood purifier and restora
tive tonic. Sold by drngKists, or aendttireo
and a quarter dollars to R. V. Tierce, M. D.,
Buffalo, X. Y., and get three bottles frte of
exprt as charges. :
fcSEE advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dwiicnsa-
I i v, ..i t ... . i. r i. ,. f ; n : i ........ ..
1, iirnilll lfUB 1111 .IUU .lllllltril .11AUIIIIU&
tjroiDE in anotner column, it mount lie
re.id by aH.' " t "
Evert man that Las a pollcv iu'tlie Wash
trgton influences bis neighbor to desire one
alSO. ... :
BmtLtrr 4 EdsalL'b, leading' whole ia!
drag-ist of Hie Northwest, 'joiner , Lti c
street-aud WAbayo avenue. Ohictto. ; '
' James H. Foster & Co.: 151 Lakt street.
Chicago, importers of. breech-loading shot
guns aim implement. . .
' Ask for the "Orient" Flavoring Extracts
the purest and best in use. -
. - . j t. i .
Tuiv ate medical aid.' Head Dr. Whit tier's
advertisement . . '
No' interest is paid on notes in tha Wash
ington Life. : -1 . i
The Season f Peril. In the Sammer and Au
tumn tha loin is in a less nervous condition than
bio eoder UM bracing inline noe of a colder tempenr
ture. Keep tb bowels unobstructed, tbe digeMtoa
active and the blood aool in warn weather. To effect
this object, take occaaiooaiiT a dose of TakRANt s
KFFEav&scENT Seltzkh apekiemt. It is a a-t-iiUe
catbartio, a wholasoma toaio. an antidote to biliousness,
a blood depnrent, and a most delichtinl febrimite.
nnited io one sparkling, foarmtnr erixir. prepared iq
moment add wunoot tbe slightest trouble.
OOUI DI AL1 liatlKslMlk -
BLOC KINGTON NURSERY..
6G4J Acrr. 19th Year. '. 10 Ureenhaawea.
Froit and Oraamental Tree. Nursery Stock, Krer
reens. Knot-ram, I led (re Plaata. Tulips, Hyacinths,
Crocus, Lilies, Colored bruit and Flower Flates. AU
at Wholesale and Retail. Mend Id eta for Catalogues.
- - t. v- rnu.Jii, liioominatoa, ill. '
This is NO PATENT MKDIOINR HUMBUII, c
Bsnaptodap thev ignorant and credulous, nor is it
represented sa being: "com Dosed of rare and precious
su stances brooa-bt from t.ie feor eornversaf the earOo,
carried sen times across the Greet Desert of Sahara b
en tbe backs of fourteen camels, asd bronicbt across
the Atlantio Ooean ou two Shine. " It ia a imple, mil.
MWaiwf Item perfect. Spectfr tor atarrh and
."CpUCTBI B'AD," 4 no for ai1eosiT1ireth, I.oas
or Impairment or tbe Serine triftaAfl,-t'saacr Hearing,
Watering or Weak Kye, Pain or Pressure io tbe I lead,
when caused, as thej all not ncfreqaentlj are, bf U
riolenoe otOatarrh. ... i.
I offer, in good faith, astinding Reward of $500 tar
ease ef Catarrh that 1 cannot cure. :
Fr Sule by anowt Drngglnls; Everywhere.
. -. - -. Pbick SO Cests.'
Sett bf mail, post-paid, on receipt of Brxn ClHrm.
our packages fop Im or 1 Dozen for $a.uu.
Kend a two cent stamp for Dr. Sage's pamphlet on
tlatarrn. Address the proprietor,
B. V. PI fcKOK, H. D . Bufvalo. N. T.
Warranted pure, palatable, and to preserve pickles
First premium awarded at tbe U. S. Vair, the Illinois
State r sir and Chicago City Fair. Lavrgeet Works in
the United States. Katabuabsd lMn. CHAM. U. K.
PRUSblNG and 34 1 blats street, Chicago.
The tenth annual Exhibition of the Saint Louis A-riouliural and Mechanical Associ
ation will commence October 3d and continue ix days. The new Amphitheatre now
being erected will be the largest structure of the kind ever built in the world, and in fact
every department of the Fair promises to surpass in interest and magnitude all previous
SCHEDULES OF PREMIUMS.
Sent to any address on application by mail to
KALB, Sec'y, St. Louis, Mo.
SCHOOL FURNITURE !
Over lUU.UUO Seats sold in the rear 1869, of our
NSW PATENT GOTHIC DESKS !
With Curved Folding Slat Seats. Alt ftyles of rA.rr.-A.
Office and School Furniture. Cheapest and Beot. New
Gi'jKt, Apparatus, Muy. Chartt, etc., etc.
A. II. ANDREWS & CO,
111 State Street, Cbicaira
tW Send for Catalogues.
Agents wanted in every city, town and vittare for tbe
largest and moit succewfui OOI.LA K. HOl .-iK in the
country THK ONLY OS K indorsed by the leading
papers and Kzpress Osmpaniea of the United Statea
Our gnods give universal satisfaction, our premiums to
Agents cannot BK BXCCIXRO, and our checks are free.
Having two Houies Boston and Chicago our facili
ties are neqnalled. and our business eiceedsm
sraonnt sll other houses i3 this trade combined.
2rTSend for t'ircalars and Jr'rre tiub to
S. C. THOMPSON & CO.,
73 Lake SL, Chicago, ar 136 Federal St, Boston.
P. 8. Coon try dealers having Dollar Stores or
departments will find it to tbeir advantage to examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere. .Special bar
gains in Hosiery, Tewels, Handkerchiefs, etc
A New Feature in the Crlrbratrd
MASON &HAKLIN ORGAN C07S
Style 45, ilesonant Case.'5
Decidedly worthy of an examination by pnrcbasera.
Tbe handsomest and best intrumeft. for the mwwr,
manufactured. ROOT A CADY, 67 Washington St,
bole Agents for tbe Northwest. A gents, also, for the
splend d STKCK. P1ANU&.
Agents! Head This!
30 to S'il'O per month made by Agents selling .
' THE HOME OF WASHINGTON,
or Mount Vernon and its Associations, by Benson J.
Lossing. 150 Illustrations, tinted paper, handsomely
bound. Only book on the subject, fcvery family wants
a copy. Sold only by subscription. Very liberal terms
given. B'MPLKSPBKK. bend tor circulars and notice
our extra terms. i, KO. w . KOti f ks,
- 15 Lombard Block, Chicago.
CKNTS coining money. Raipd sales, large coram
L siona. New Family Record. & IK Clark, Milton. Pa.
Get the Best. Celebrated. Genuine
All kinds and descriptions constantly on hand and
made to order from the lightest Buggy to the heaviest
I eani Harness and in every variety and style ol mount
ing. None genuine nnleas stamped witn our name and
trademark. Price listaand circulars on application.
Address JAIKS K. 1111,1, 0 I uncord,
. II Sole ProDrietors and only Makers.
Car ' We have arrangements by which goods are
delivered by K. K. r aat r reigbt, at lowest rates.
Hi REMOTE SETTLEMENTS IF
Food makes blood ; blood makes the body. If the
blood be pore the body is healthy. So if we are not in
health we know some impurities are lurking about
which must be removed, and the sooner the better.
Erandre th's fills Remove ail from
-' ; the System which liattue
needs no -Longer.
. The wonderful curas effected by Brandretb's Pills
have arrested the attention of enlightened physicians.
Upwards of five thousand now nse them in their daily
practice, and two hundred have given their written
testimony aa to their innocence and value aa cleansers
of the bowels and blood.
Testimony of Town Officers and
' Board of Health.
. Swq SlSO, June M, 187U.
To arkem il sury concent.- ;
The Supervisor, Justices of the Peace and Town
Clerk of the town of Osaining (the township in whose
limits the chartered village of Sing Sing is contained)
hereby certify to the remarkable healthful effects pro
duced by tbe nse of Brand reth'a Vegetable Universal
Pills. For many years tbese Pills bave been prepared
ia this town ; in l&ti Dr. Brandreth erected large build
ings in which to prepare and pack this great medicine
for public nse. At this time be employs nearly lift) per
sons, besides a steam engine of luu horse power.
We have a population of about 6VJU0, and almost
every Person uses them when ""sick. Their merits are
recognized in every family, and oar druggists sell more
of Brsndreth's Pills than all others put together.
' We can point to cores effected by them ia Scrofula,
Bheomatism, Bilious Affections, Ulcers and Sores,
White Strolling of the Knee, Bnght's- Disease ot the
Kidneya, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, General Debility,
Want of Appetite, Typhus and Scarlet Fever and Small
Pox.' , And from long observation and experience of the
effects produced by Brandreth's Pills we believe their
general ne would give more health, and a . longer
aavsaajB of ttta.
THOMAS LEARY, Supervisor.
' " J. URMV, Justice of the Peace.
NKLSONH, BAKER, Justice of the Peace.
., MORGAN HYATT, Justice of tbe Peace. .
. WILLIAM a. HOWE. Justice of the Peace.
" : O H.UCMMIXO, Town Clerk.
The undersigned, the Board of Health of the village
of Sing Sing, fully endorse the foregoing statement of
the town etticars of Oasining, knowing the same to be
true, . JSAAO ,i. NOXON, President.
1 T DtfVkAl rU
ISAAC B.LOUNSBKKRY, -.
ROBERT MOUNT. .
JOHN DA I LEY,
JAMES T. BLANFOHD,
.SAMUEL K. TOMPKJNS,
Board of Health.
'I .-. s iso Smo, June K 187a
Hon. B. Brakdreth:
Ml Dkab Doctor For many years I have nsed your
Pills, and in my own person and family bave found
them invaluable. r
I -have long been a contractor ef . Sing Sing
Prison, employing from on. hundred to one hnndred
and fifty men: Finding Brandretb's Pills saaxealUnt
in my family. I comsaeneed some ten years since giving
them to sick men working nnder my contract The
effect was immediate, and soon my cabinet shop
became, and is to-day, the -healthiest concern in tbe
Prison a fact that has been officially noticed. 1 nse
some two hundred and fifty boxes of Brndrrth's Pill
every ys:-r, and hardly ever have a man in hospital.
Your Pills seem to be almost a specific in Billious
Complaints, Fevers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head
actni Dyspepsia and Costiveness, and are in themselves
a complete medicine chest Yours, truly.
CHARLES 1L WOODRUFF.
.. SOLO BY ALL DEUGGIST3.
DR. BRANDRETH'S PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
Jirandretn House. New York.
"Use HOKE'S MALT KXTRACT for Cfnvr.t. Dr.
B1L1TY. LOSS of AFPETII r CNHTlPATIiX. l.SDUilS-
Tioa, lYKi-.FlA, etc 'HofTsMalt Extract is a btwr
age which ia derived from an extract of barley malt
produced by a PECULIAR precees, and mixed with
certain bygienie ingredients, whereby a comuoend is
obtained which, on account ot its in rig orating aad heal
ing qualities, particularly in cases ol general debility
and consnmirtrre attacks, may properly be termed
Beverage oi neaitn.
SOl.D BY ALL DRUCfilSTS AND fiROCEIW.
TAUKANT k( 0,i tireenwirh P., N. Y.
Om AGEH TS SOU U N1T d DTaTES, ETC
A Book for the Million
TVT fi rT5T flTJi a private coir.
h Lou to ins Mah-
KlMior those about
I to marry, on the
teries sad revelations of tbe sexual system, i 10 tne
latest discoveries in producing and preventing offspring.
preserving tne complexion, . . ,
This is an interest in wort of two hundred ana twen y-
four pages, wild naaiaroos engravings, and eoatains
vaiuame iniormauon io loose wno w. w
temtilate marriage; still it is a book that ought to be
under lock and key, and nut laid carelessly about tea
bouse. - ' - . ...... .
Sent to any one (free of postagsl for r 1117 -enia.
Addiess Dr. Butts' Disuensary. No, li N. Eighth St-
St. 1ouia, Mo. ...
tw otler to the AlffH-ira awa 1 smnsiair.
Before applying to the nolortou Oust as who adver
tise in pnhlic papers or using any yua nanaiiiKa,
oarnaa lr. Butis' Work, so matter what your disease ta.
or bjw deplorable your condition.
Ifr. riutiaoaa do oonsu.eu,.vtvwnuj ocuy mail, ou
the diseases mentioned In bis works, OtPoe, No. 12 N.
Eighth SL, bet. Market and Chestnut, St. Louie, Mo.
TIHrTriKrKKT ToF 'YOUTH I NVKII.KD.
A Medical Treatise of thirty-two pages, sent pre
paid, on receipt of to three cent postage stamps.
Address M. B. 1.A CROIX. Albany. N. .
Mr j hi miwiy w.wsaiai.ii sua a hi.ti.;ii u
fiCHICAGO BUSINESS CARDS.
FISK. I. II. cV ( ( S3 and 55 Lake St, Chicago,
wholesale dealers in Straw tkmds. Millinery, White
Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Fancy Goods.
PAPER AND RACS.
I.S.M.I -S, m I I.Ml ct . ! liealers in Paper,
A Printers Stock. Ac Cash paid for Rags, tl and
41 Mate street, Chicago.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 302 Chestnut Street,
ST. LOUIS, - - iHISkiOl'UI.
Especial attention given to collections ia this city
and State. Letters of inquiry answered.
T JE? "2T IT!
Gr I 2ST I
We are now the Sole
Proprietors of the above
None genuine unless
the Registered TRADE
MARK and OFFICIAL
SEAL of this Company
appears upon every Bot
tle. We are also MANU
FACTURERS and SOLE
PROPRIETORS of ,
mm STOMACH BITTERS
ROBACK'S BLOOD PDEIFIKR.
The above Prepara
tions are for Sale by all
Druggists and Patent
Medicine Dealers every
where.. U. S. Proprietary Meflicisc Co.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
.11 rs. iCoree Colic and Uripingini Ftire
hllrosnb's Bowels and facilitates toef
Mrsp. , 'process of teeming. 1
.If n. ' iSubdnes Convulsions andl
Vhitroiiibrs 'overcomes all diseases inci-;
sSyrwp. ' Tdanttoinfantsatxlctiiuireni
.llrn. vCnres LMarrhea. Dysenteryi
Whitromb's) 'and Summer Complaint in-
Svruu. f Cbudron ot alt age )
It la the Great Infant and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders brought en by Teething or any
other cause.. ....
Prepared by the GKar run Jir.u1u1.11v uor.
Locih. Ma ikild by Iruggista and Dealers in al eoicine
Vt-ry fi-w porsona tlilnk when thiv have
a duo suit of Hair of the very cregt imwir
Itanre of cultivating it in their youth.
I Xothinir can be iftore becomin-T or desira
j bin 111 o'.a a:'e tbnn a fine I'uil M IT of H UiL.
I In order to nei-ure tliii. year have been
spent bv Dr. t'Haf.pasT In perfecting tliie
vs.n.ilil'e article. It contamn Ml M LPHl'K!
lt N! f..K LKinT 0 UI0II0L!!!
'POOVOI S I IILORlMi MATTKK ! ! ! ! to
I Imrii and destroy the very delicate root of
. It in I'l'RHLY VEnKTABLE contains
the on'y vegetable ..il ever tiiseovered that
promote the urowtd and produces loui;
lusiiriaut lo kn of Hair. It is delicately
''perhiined wnththestv.-eti'of mit fraurrant
Hoaer". 1'iiis article is found in the larire
Cities n aliii'wt every toilettee. but more
ejpcvinHy anion! tlio more fashionable
classes, an It ba proved to be the only ar
ilieletbat will retain t he Hair in position
Uuiy'leiitth of time after dressing'. It is
jucc-.l by Inlies' Hair Dressers aud Barbers
at all tl! leading Hotels of the country,
lit coee three times as far as alcoholic arti
'cles. Alcohol preparations from the natn
'ral heat of the tiead evaporates and leaves
'tne Hair imrched and dry. Price 50 cts.
. C.Vni, (.ILPIN CO., Proprietors,
SOLD Its' ALL DRUGGISTS.
FULLER,,riNCH Ac FULLER,
1DDKRS PA.STII.LE's. A Sore Relief lot
ahrn. rnM l cents hy mail.
STOW ELL A CO.. Cnarlestowa Mass.
A GREAT OFFER.
..Harare Water. 4HI Bren.waj, N V.
Will dispose of OXF HI'NDRKD PIANOS, NEIi
DEONS,andOR(iANSofsixti rst-claas mas era, includ
ing Chickering A Son's, AT EXTkkmklt LOW phii'U,
voBcaaH, dduino tbu MONTH, or will take from a to
t& monthly until paid, lyr
k X mm - a J
51 MAY, 1866. g
A Liniment for Man and Beast, 87 years In nse.
Sold by all DrngKist. Largs bottles, $1,1)0; Med
ium, 60 cts. ; Small. 25c
Is good for Rheumatism, Chilblains, Corns,
Whitlows, Caked Breasts, Sore Nipples, Cramps,
Boils, Bites of Animals, Weakness of tbe Joint.
Contractions of the Muscles. Burns and Scalds,
Frost Bites, Faluiul Nervous A flections, Chapped
llamls. Lame Back. Pain in the Side, Swelling.
Tnmors, Tooth Ache, Old Sores, Uemorboids, or
.files, I'leth Wounds, Galls of all Kinds, Sprains,
Braises, Cracked Heels, King Bone, Poll Evil,
Windfalls, Callous, Spavin. Sweeney, Fistula, Sit
fast, txu-rnal Poisons, Scratches or Urease, String.
halt, band Cracks, Lameness, Strains, Foundered
Feet, Mange, Horn Distemper. Garget in Cows,
Cracked Teats, Feet Hot in Sheep, ana many other
diseases incidental to Man and Beast, Thirty-seven
years belore the American Public. Adapted to
family nse. Baring been often solicited to prepare
tliia Celebrated Oil free from stain, to I a nsed as a
common Liniment by families, we have at length
succeeded in extracting the coloring properties
which have heretofore rendered it objectionable.
This Oil possesses the efficient principles of that
prepared with the dark tinge, and will be found to
be one of the bet Remedies for almost all purposes
that has ever been before the public. But lor aui
mals, in all cases, ose the other kind, and always
get a half-dollar or dollar bottle, to have enough t
be of mnch service. ATsT Before nsing. shake tbe
bottle. English and Urrman Almauaca, Vade
M teams. Show Bills, Posters and Circulars will be
forwarded free, npon application by letter.
From Messrs. W. E. Warner k Co., West Georgia,
VL. Nov. 29, 18&7. We consider joitr Gargling Oil
as staple an article aa we have in our store, and aa
sure 10 sell as tea or sngar. We never have sold s
bottle, that we know of, that has not given perfect
Almanacs and Cook Books sent free from the
office in Lock port, N. Y.
From Hon. Nathan Lindsey, County Jadge of
Shelby Co.. Iowa, dated liar lan, April 13, 1S6J. It
is decidedly preferred to any other Liniment sold
in this section.
From L. Schlottman, Bound Top, Fayette Co.,
leias, reD. 13, lSfctf. lam now selling more 01
your Gargling OU than any other Liniment, and all
who h .ve used In pronounce it "the best thing
Our reputation having been established over 37
years in Lock port. N. X.. and throughout the coun
try, we do not deem it necessary to resort to nsing
reference, and, in fact, we know and feel to think
it of no use in our business; but as there are a few
who are more or less prejudiced against tha pro
prietors and fuanufactojers af Patent Bemedies,
we subjoin tbe following references as to th quali
ty of the Oil, onr responsibility, fair dealing and
Hon. JOHN VAN HORN. Mayor City of Lockport.
Hon A. V. BROWN. Ka-Mayor.
How. J. JACKSON, Jr.. Ex-Maiof, City l Locaport
Hon. IL G AKDN KR, County Judge, "
Hon. KCKOwLr.Y, r.x-osaieenaior.
Ho, ii. 1). LA MONT. Kx-County Judge,
O. K. MANN. Sheriff Niagara County.
Nl IGARA CO. N AIL ttaaiv,
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK.
1'1R.-T NATIONAL BANK. "
J. T. MURRAY, Surrogate,
M M. SOCTHWORTH, Dist Ally, Cityof Lockport
. conn mx'i; Pmlmutsr
WM. ile CULLLM M. D..
W. B. GOL LI M. D -
S. T. CLARK. M. U.,
JOHN r OOl K, M. D.. u
u. r. Bictcir-. an. s..
C. N. PALMKR, M. D., "
Rgv. L S. STKV KNS.
Rrr. W. a W1SN FR, City of Lockport,
Rkv. J.LB EN N KTT. "
Rrv. HIGH ML'LHOLIND. -
Rev. BR1GAAAI iOUMi. frest. Salt Lake, Ltah.
ManuJactnrcd at Lockport. N. Y., ..
GARGLING OIL GO.
. jonxj noDoiv : '
AG.1EAT MEDICAL DISCOVER?
Dr. "W AIDER'S CALTF0B2TIA
Hundreds of Thousands ?!".,
Bear testimony to their Wonder
ful Curative Effects. s p
r- 1- ...... m mm. Wf iril Q
SSSWHAT AKt intT.f'sJ
THEY ABE If 0T A TTLB
HBF AN C.Y DRINK, ?
" :ido of Peer Rani, Whiskey, Proaf Splrlt
a::! KrfiiHe Liquor doctored, spiced andsweot"
t i. d to pk-asc the fast.-, called - Tonics,"" Appetiz
t r-," Restorers." that lead tho tippler on f
u.-.::'kcr.ii.-s ar..l nihi.but arc a trne Medicine, mail.;
f .- -::i t'io Xa'ivj K 't3 ar.d ITerbs of Californla,frre
frci:i n'.! A!:c'':i''.:e rtimnlnnfs. They are the
:iiHAT n:.::'): pi sh kieii ami A life
; I V I ! 5 i' i: ! M ' ri' LE a perfect renovator and
Ii'.vi'.'.iri; .r 1. 1:: : y-tun, rarrying off all poisonons
matter sr. r ;.torin the Wood to a healthy condition.
No person c ia take these Bitters according to direc
tion aad remain long onwelL
S100 will be given for aa incurable case, provided
the bones ars not destroyed hy mineral poison or
other niea!!3. and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic TCltenmn
tis: nnd (iout, Dysirpsin, or Indigesvtion,
nilious. Keniittrat aad luternuttent Fever
Di irasc of tbe lllood. Liver, Kidney and
Klitdder. th '?o Hitler have been most siicces?
f Sach Diseases ara canscd by Vitiated
I:14m1.-iMc'.i U g.-ncrillyproduccdby derangement
cft'.u Dispstive Oriiass.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Il.ad.
ache. Pain iatlic S'.!onMer,Congls,Tigl!tniiisof the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach.
Ila.1 tasta la the Month, Billons Attacks, Palpitation
of t'.io Heart, Inflammation ot the Lnngs.Pain in the
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Tiey Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate the tor
pi,! liver end bowels, which render them of unequalled
"Uleacy In cleansing the blood of all unpnrities. and
Imparting new life anil vivror to the whole system.
FOX SKIX DISEASES, Ernptions.Tetter.Salt
nhnem.Blotches, Spots. Pimples. Pustules, Boils.Car-bnncles.niag-Worms,
Sealil Head, Sore Eyes, Erysip
elas, Itch, Scarfs, Diseoloratlons of the SUin, Hnmore "
aad Diseases of tho Ski l.ofwhatcver name or nature,
ara literally duj np erriedout of the system in a
short ti:ne by the n.-c of these Bitters. One bottle in
snch eases will convlr.ee the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitl.ited Blood whcneVcr yon find Its
lmpuritiesbu.-;in through the akin inPimples,Erup
tlons or sores ; cleanse it when yon find it obstructed
and slnav'lsh In the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul,
andyonrfeelir.L-s will tell yon when. Keep the blood
pure an J t'ic health ofthc system will follow.
PIS, TAPE an-.t other WO HITS, lnrklngln the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For fall directions, read carefully
the circular around eaeh bottle, printed in four lan
guages English, Genua:-., Trench and Spanish.
J. WALKEIt, Proprietor. K. TI. McDOXALD CO.,
Druggists and G011. A ;eiit.-, San Fraacisco, Cal.
and 32 and r.l Co:::i:i ree Street, New Yerfc.
fW-SOLD BY AT !. V - AXT DEALER.
A Book of 123 closely printed pages, lately issued,
eontainsa list of tbe best American Advertising Medi
um, giving the names, oircalations. and full particulars
concerning tbe leading Daily and Weekly Political and
Family Newspapers, together witn all those having
huge circulations, published inrh interest of Religion,
Agriculture, Literature, Ae , Ae. Every Advertiser,
and every person who oontemplates becoming such,
will find this book ot great value. Mailed free to any
uidress on receipt of fifteen cents. KO. P.
KOH ELL k CO. Publishers. No. ) Park Row.
The Pittsburgh (Pa ) leader, in its issre of May 3,
I8T0, says: "The firm of G. P. Rowell A Co., which .
issues this interesting snd valuable book, is the largest -aad
best Advertising Agency in the United States, aud
we can cheerfully recommend it to the attention of -those
who desire to advertise their business wrienli fl .
rally and systematically in such away; that
is, so to secure the largest amount of publicity for
Lie least expenditure ot money."
St. Louis Saw Works.
MaBnficturers cf PAULDING'S
Patent Inserted Tteth S tvs. -:
FOB SALE AT THKIR WARBROCSKS, ;
IIS ic 11S I .80 . r
Tino Strct'f, Carondelvt St;
st. uuis. -'new ORLKAS
Weed Family Favorite
Manufactured by the Wed S. M. Co. Harttord, Ct,
as now perfected, is the B1..V1' and MOST aKIJABfJj
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For ux etnds of family work, now in nse. It will do a
LaBiwa RaNOB of work, sewing from lbs uoLiiKxr
goods to the hkavtkst bk&vkb cloth or lkaihck, wrth
sot change of Needles, Thread or Tsnsarn. U ia simple
and not liable to get oat of order, ft has a straight
needle and makes the Lock Stitch. Responsible Agents
,4 inftmr, iionit. A hberal discount to tbe trade.
Send for prmelis aad terms to UKU O. THOMA.S
IHt 1 aae M, umcago, aaeni io. mm .iwww .-"y
where yoa saw Uua advertisement.
a REGULAR KRADITATK OF MEDICIsTKJ
eiiiiodiu tbe treaUuentoi enoresU Sexnaland
Private JJiseases Ulan aoy iwss puruum
?'vKiitts, Gonorrhoa, Gleet. Stricture, Orchitisy
Hernia and Kuptur.i; all I nnsry IJiseaws and
Syphilitic cr Mescnnal AUhttiuiisof the I hnsaV
Spermatorrhea. Sevuallbia'-y and Impoteuey,
as the result oi sell ihuaein youui. se vual eictes
in matureryeamoiotfcrcuses,ena wh'ch Woiln
some 01 tue following effect, as n.snurnul emis
sions, blotches. delubiy.itiz.!ines,iiinoesof aiKht,
conttision of ideas, evil forel)oitii:KS. aversion to
society of tomalesjossoi memtfry mid Mtuul power,
and rendenna, marriage improper, are parma
nentlycurod. . .' . i , . . ' . .
Th loctor'sorportunitiesin hospital ndpnviita
practice are ururped. m t. lsns- i,y ot her
city. ISackhlefOlM. I.oims payers provetliatnnas
been locatedthero Birder by years Own '"Joth..-rs
andpp-aStmenisare nnn.alied.otlie est, o n
snrpaise,! n hT Age, with evoerienee.can be
reliel upon, and ihedociorsaureiertomany phy
siciansthronaho.it theconntry. I a past success and
present poeiuonhostanda wnaasat a compeutoc
Tho Writings) of ft Fhyak-laii whose repn-
Ustionls) Lnion-wiue acuiua tw
Ponr.a Wmfnf.n publishes a MrTDTOAL
disastrous and varied conseit'ieuceaoi self-abuse,
that will be sent tc.ny ad'iress i n a sealed envelope
fortwostumps. Many physiciansintroduce patients
to tbe Doctor alter reading his .Medical Pan-hlet.
t'ommunieation conndenual. A rnendly taig srjU
Cost yoa nothing oihce central,, yet retired
No. 617 St I uarles. street, SL Louis, Ma Hoars
k. toJ r. n. buudajsli toar. at
9 ia the best thing ever brought before the Pubtio,
J tat thesoreot f alons. Bolls, iwresvents. Bruises,
sssst Hams Scalds, t orus. Bunions. Swellicas. Car-
bunoles, aad all kimis ot Poisonous Hitee and Atiogs,
Ask your llruggist tor THE V EI.ON SALVE, taie no
otilea, ana u oe naa eot got is, ftmr ivwit-cibisi.
aad two three cent stamps to O. W. HKNN1NG, Pro-
netor. LOCKPORT , N- Y-, and receive ths SvAjLV K.
A Fact for Physiologists.
It is a singular fact that in this enlightened age and
country ths treatment usually adopted by tow taoutiy
in eases oi Dyspeusi (uuiwesUon). is the result of a
false theory rs.ii.-a i9 a uf.Mt meime- np ike
payWolusv if 'A. mt.Miinrk epid ls?tlire vr-jnne, and IS Jn
most instaoces calculated to esUblisb and eoanna the
malady it t m lend ad to remove. I he Secretary of tr.e
Philadelphia Hotanic fnstttnte will feei nleasura '10
fovwarding tbkk) to all applicants the eicellent hot
anic remedy for Inoigcsn.n iiiaona iad Liver Oni
plainta, recently disoovered. by Prof. WAXlvtR, of
Sydney, New South Vf sirs, Ausrtafia, And communi
cated to the Institute by that distinguished botanist.
Tbe Medical Reform Society (at wtuava cost these
announcements appear) wish it to be distinctly under
stood, that tbey will aet aoospk any contribution, few or
gratuity for thiareceipa, the object ot the sosiety being
being to demonstrate tbe suftysriority of the botanic
over every other praetice of medioine,anti 1 1 return oniy
desire that those woo may: be aigaaily beneqttedby it
will forward to the Society a statement of the case and
thus sad with facts tha present, axnant iu iavwr of
medical reform. Enclose a directed envelope tolba
SSCKETAKY 'BOTANIC JJisCl ttifiw 1 iwoUl
Fttteenta street, Philadelphia, Pa. .
VtH'N HIET" saflering from Nervous Debility,
Prematura Decay, belt Abuse, Ac, send for
NcaviiibPiixs. Sure care. NeverfaiL vilu hy mail.
Wiariasl.A Address L. hai(UKa.47 LaSalle St .Chicago.
J. ? V .r - o s P
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