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Time Tests the Merits of all Things
1840 to 1870.
FOR THIRTY YEARS I
Davis' Pain killer
H been tasted in every variety of climate, and
t almost neij nation known to Americans. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable fnend of
te missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and
WITUOUT1T taTei 0" LAJJti OR fcIVKS
Pain Killer vm the First and is the
Only Permanent Pain Reliever.
(since the PAIN KILLER was first introduced, and
met with each unsurpassed rale, many Liniments,
Uxueps, Panaceas, and other Remedies have been
ouered to the public, but none of them h-e attained
the truly ektiablx sxaNDQio of the FAIN KILL kit.
WHY 13 THIS SO ?
It is because DAVIS PAIN KTU.FR is what It
claims to be, a Reliever of Pain.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If yon are suffering from IKTKRNAL PAIN, twtmtM
to thirty drop tat a Uule mur will almost instantly eure
yon. There is nothing to equal it. In a few moments
it cures Colics, Cramps, Spasms, Heartburn. Diarrhea.
Iysentery. r iux, Wind in the Bowels, Sour Stomach,
Oyspeptia, Sick Headache.
In sections of the country where FKVF.R AND
AGUK prevails there is no remedy held in greatei
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
ew drops in water will prevent sickness or bowel
roubles from change ef water.
In foreign countries the calls for PAIN KII.I.F.R are
eat. It is found to
Core Cholera when all other
WHKN USED EXTERNALLY. AS A LINIMENT,
nothing gives quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains, btingsof Insects, Scalds. It removes the tire,
and the wound beals like ordinarv sores. Those suffer
ing with KH EUMATISM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA,
if not s positive cure, they find the PAIN KILLER
gives them relief when no other remedy will. It
Gives Insiant Relief from Aching Teeth
From I Mo, to this day, 1870, (thirty years.) PERRY
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER has bad no Rival !
Jinny Boueekeeper tktmld keep U at hand, to apply it on
the first attack of any Pain It will give satisfactory
relief, and save boors of suffering.
Do not trul e with yourselves by testing untried reme
edies. Be sure you call far, and get the genuine PAIN
KILLER. ss many worthless nostrums are attemrjUtd
to be sold on the great reputation ef this valuable med
icine. K w directions accompany each bottle.
Price -Jo cts., no eta., and $1 per Bottle.
J. N. HARRIS A IX)., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietor!
for the Southern and W estern States.
tr For Sale by all Medicine Dealers.
Sold at Milwaukee by H. BoswOBTB 4 SONS.
tJKKF.NE BrTTOK. RlCE A RISD.O. Drake Bkos.,
ihihmui, ocuami uo, ana all .Milwaukee Drug
ista itch! Itch 2 i Itch!!.
WATCH SCRATCH ! ' MIIATCII
In from 10 to4i hours
Cures Tbr Urlu
Cures Snll K Ileum.
Cures linrbrnt' Itch.
Cures Old roi.
Curec mm land of humor Mat
Price, 5oc a box; by mail. 6Uo
Address WEEKS t POTTER, 170 Washington St.
Voj saie m all LnroxnsSa. Boston, Maes
GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY
OF THE ACE.
kit. KENNEDY, of Roibury. has discovered in
I W one of our common pasture weed a remedy that
cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, from the WORST
SCKOf ULAdowutoa COMMON PIMPLE.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore
One or three bottles will cure the worst kind of
pimples on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker
in the stomach.
Three to hve bottles are warranted to cure the worst
kina of erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to Cure all humor in
Two bottles are warranted to cur running of the
ears and blotches among the hair.
Four to six bottles are warranted to core corrupt and
r ifteen to twenty bottles will cure scaly eruptions of
Two or three bottles are warranted to Cure the worst
kind of rinrworm.
Two to three bottles are warranted to Cure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three or four bottles are warranted to Cure salt
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrot
One to two bottles are warranted to eure the worst
ease of dyspepsia. 1 know from the exnerienea of
thousands that it has been caused by canker in the
One to two bottles are warranted to cure sick head
ache. One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a costive
tats of the bowels.
One to two bottles will regulate all derangement of
Four to six bottles bave cured the worst cases of
One or three bottles has cured the worst case of
piles ; a relief is always experienced ; what a mercy to
get relief frjm such an excruciating diuiM !
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 is ever necessary ; eat the best yon
can get, and enough of it.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY. No. 128
Warren street, Roxbury, Mass.
9 PRICE $l.Su. r or saie by every Druggist in the
umtea atstes ana pntisn rrovinces.
STKTT.TA smLLLBUS CUEAHTUE,
Ease proved, rrom the most ample experience, an entire
puccess. oixipie rrompi r.i:.cituii uu xmhjauh .
They are the only Medicines perfectly adapted to popu
lar use so simple that mistake? cannot be made in
using them ; so harmless ss to be tree from danger, and
so etficient as to be always reliable. They have raised
the highest commendation from all, and will always
1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations. -25
2. Worms. Worm Fever. Worm Colic 25
3. " t'rrins-Coiic or Teething of Infants
4, I)ia.rrh ra of Children or Adults 3h
6, Dywilery, Gripeng, Bilious Colic 25
6, " Cholera-Morons, litan K
7, " Coupli Colds, Bronchitis 25
8, " Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache ...25
9, Headache Sick Headache, Vertigo.. ...25
10, " Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach. - 25
11. " Snpnreseictl or Painful Periods.
12. " Whites, too profuse Periods. .25
13, " ('map. Cough, Difficult Breathing -2
14. " Salt Rheum. Erysipelas. Eruptions. -2
IS, " KhciiBiatinm, Rheumatic Pains .... 21
A II tie nhnrr are tint kb in VIALS. xitk direction, con
tainino dttuhle vnaittUict each, for ... ........... . ..AC
Tltt f'tllmritrq art aim put up t viaU and an sent at Ou
ame Jtrim given below.
16, '" Fevrr and Ague, Chill Fever, Agnes . . f
17, " Piles. Blind or Bleeding .
18, " Opt balmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes SG
19, t'atarrh, Acuteor Chronic, Influenza.. ..5i
30, Wlioopinx Cough, Violent Cough. SC
21, " Asthma. Oppressed Breathing . ... at
22, " Kar DiscbarRes, Impaired Hearing 60
23, Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, towellings V
24, " (General Debility. Physical W wknees...50
25, " Dropsy, and Scanty Secretions JcT.
X, " Sea-Sickness, Sickness from Riding .. .5u
27, " Kidney-Disease, Gravel.. ...V.
28, ' Nervous Debility, Seminal Emir-
sions, Invo untary Discharges 1 1
Sore Month. Canker at'
I'riuary Wes Juiess. Wetting Bed. -fit
Painfol Periods, with Spasms. .50
Siiflerings at change of life i Ot
Epilepsy, Spasms, St Vitas' Dance 1
Diptheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat. J.
r.-l to (M large vials, morocco or rose
aihmI case, ciintnininK a specific lor
everv irdinarv disease a family is
subject to, aud books of directions
From 10 to 3:
Smaller Family and Traveltnar cases, with 20
to 2S vials. From i-5 tc
Specifics toy. all Private Diseases, both for
urine -M for Preventive treatment, in
vials and poctet cases from S-i to S3
Cnrrs Rurns, Rruises. Tmieness. Soreness,
SM-t Throat, Sprains, Tool harlie. Earache.
Neuralvia. KbeuinatiHin, l.umbaeo. Piles,
Koils, Seines. Sore Ees. Kleeiline of the
I. tines, Nosf, Stouitu't, or of Piles, 1 -oms.
Ulcers, Old rore.
IVire, 6 oz 50 cents 'Ints, S 1.0th Quarts.
tT- These Remedies, except POND'S EXTR ACT,
by the case nr single box, are sent to sny part of tbe
couatrr. by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the price.
1U XXTTEB8 MUST BE ADDBESSED
Homoeopathic Medicine Company
Office and Depot, No. 562 BROADWAY, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Wholesale Agekts. E. Burnham c Son, Hnrlbnrt
A Kdsall, Vnn Schaatk, Stevenon A Reid, Chicago,
111. : Jenks c Gordon, St PaoL Minn. ; Brown, Webber
A Graham, St. Louia, Ma; Farrand. Sheley A Co.,
Sound Logic for the Sick.
The invalid has ofien good reasons to exclaim.
tave me from my friends." As a general thing,
each ef them will hare a different medicine to pro
pose, and if he follows all their prescriptions in
turn, their well-meant advice must be the death of
him. Tbe only sensible course in any case of sick'
ness is to report promptly to s specific which has
food the test of a long and widely extended public
experience, and obtained on solid and sufficient
grounds the reputation of a Standard Remedy. This
rank among the restoratives of our day belongs of
right, and Detond all dispute, to Hostetter'a Stom
ach Bitters. Let those who are taking it at this
debilitating season as an invigorant answer for
themselves as to its tonic properties. Can any dys
peptic, who has ever used it, question its superior
ity as a stomach over every other medicine Can
any person o bilious habit, who has ever taken It
for liver complaint doubt Its efficiency T It is
believed among the tens of thousands who are now
using, or have heretofore used it as an alterative
and corrective, not one can be found who would
exchange it for any other preparation in the
known world. For intermittent fevers, nervous
debility, constipation, sick stomach, and all com
plaints arising from indigestion or impoverishment
of the blood, it is the only article which can be con
scientiously guaranteed, and no one who is thor
oughly acquainted with its virtues will allow
interested dealers in worthless slops, on which they
make a larger profit, to furnish them in the place
of the great vegetable restorative. ,
17 -T 'I ll II CM
Salt Eke ;J
Sir Jamts Clarke's Female Fiils.
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which ths
female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
eesses and remove all obstructions, from whatever cause.
TO MARRIED LADLES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short tune
bring on the monthly period with regularity: and
sUhough very powerful, contain nothing hurtful to ths
constitution. In all eases of Nervous snd Spinal Affec
tions, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Fatieue on alight
exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and
Whites, they will effect a cure when all other means
have ruie'l. Tbe pamphlet around each package has
full directions and advice, or will be sent free to all
writing for it. sealed from observation.
Job Mnnmf Sir Jamut Clark ft FrmaU Pills are mxtennvrt
OOtTSTFRFXITED. The genuine hanm the name of "JOh
M ORES" on each package. All other an teorthlent.
N. B. In ail cases where the Genttckr can net be
obtained. One Dollar, with fifteen cents for postage,
closed to the sole proprietor, JOB MOSES, 1" Oort
landt street. New York, will insure a bottle of the genn.
. containing Fifty Pills, by return mail, eecurely meaie4
f-om any knowledge of its contents.
The New French Premier.
M. Ollivier announced on Tuesday to tbe
Corps Legislatif that be and bis colleagues
had tendered their resignation, and that
the Comie de Palifcao had been charged by
the Kegent with the formation of a new
Le Comet de Paxikao. Charles Guil
laume Maris Cousiu de Moutauban, Comte
de Palikao, ths French General and Sena
tor, was born on the 24th of June, 1796.
He was employed at an early age in Algiers
aud distinguished himself there as a cav
alry officer. On September 4, 1836, he was
made chief of a squadron of horse; on the
7th of "May, 1843, Lieutenant Colonel; and
on the 2d of August, 1845, Colonel of the
2d Chasseurs. He became general of brig
ade on the 21st of September, 1851, and
commanded the division of Tlemcen; gen
eral of division after 28th September,
1855, he commanded the division of
Constantine. Recalled to France he was
put at the head of the Twenty-first Milita
ry Division during the piege of Limoges.
The year 1860 was mark-nl in the life of
General Couis Montanban, by one of the
most extraordinary events of modern histo
ry. Iuvested with the chief command of
the French expedition in China, he had the
honor of accomplishing that almost fabu
lous invasion, which brought the arms and
banners of the French and English even to
the capital of this vast and distant empire.
The capture of the forts at Takon at the
mouth of the Peiho on the 20th of August,
the great victory at Paliako, over General
Sang-ko-hio-sin, on the 21st of September,
the destruction of the royal palace, the en
try into Pekin on the 12th of October,
forced the Chinese to accept the treaty
imposed by the allies, and assured, at least
temporarily, the respect of European inter
ests in the extreme East. The General
left there at the end of the same year, and
returned by way of Japan, many of whose
principal cities he visited, and re-entered
France in the month of July, 1861. In
recompense for these great successes, the
Emperor had already elevated him to
the dignity of the grand cross of the
Legion ot Honor on the 2Gth of December,
I860, and had made him Senator on the
4th of March, 1861. On the 22 d of Jan-
nary, 18G2, he conferred on him the title
of Count de Peliko, and submitted to the
Uorps Liegisiatii a project of pensioning
mm, which excited a lively opposition
there. The General demanded its with
drawal; the Emperor opposed this, and the
project was accepted by the Chamber with
a modification. On the 22d of June, 1865,
General Cousin Montauban was made (in
place of Marshal Canrobert, who was called
to Paris) commander of the Fourth Army
Corps, of which the beadqnarters are at
Lyons, and of the Eighth Military Division.
He was made commander of the Legion of
Honor on the 23d December, 1848, and
Grand Officer 28th December, 1859. In
1760, when he was given the grand cross
he could count forty-two years of effective
service, twenty-eignt campaigns, and one
At the breaking out of the present war,
Gen. Montauban was in command of the
Fourth Corps, but he was not 6ent to the
seat of war, owing, perhaps, to his age,
he being now 74 years old. His years bet
ter ntted mm lor the benate, of wLich he
is a distinguished member, and in which
all the marshals cf the Empire are entitled
It does Bot appear that Gen. Montaubun
has much political experience, but he
seems to possess the confidence of the Em
press, and, no doubt, Jl. Ol.ivier has ad-
vibed her to send for him He has been 9
years in the Senate. It remains to be
seen whether he will succeed in forming a
ministry that can carry on the government
in these stormy and critical times in which
France is now placed. Missouri Democrat
Gunboats on the Rhine.
In regard to the use of gunboats upon
the Bhine and other German rivers, the
Missouri liepublicun says:
Nothing of the kind has ever beforeat
tempted before, and the French Emperor
is certainly entitled to credit for making
the experiment, aud pitting the invasio n
genius of the young republic against the
musty precedents ot the continent If the
experiment proves successful it cannot fail
to have a decided effect cpon this and sub
sequent campaigns, and we see no good
reason why it should do other than suc
ceed. The navigable portion of the Bhine
has an average depth of not much less than
six feet, which is simply sufficient for the
lighter class of gunboats; we, indeed,
employed ours to great advantage on
the Tennessee Eiver where there were
not over three feet of water. They need
carry nothing but their armament, ammu
nition and crew, leturning whenever Le
cessary to the shore for fresh supplies of
fuel and stores; and, if properly-handled,
can command the stream in t-pite of all the
efforts of the enemy's batteries. By their
aid an advance can be covered or s re
treat protected, and should a battle occur
near the borders of the river, they may do
excellent service by annoying the foe with
their long range rifle cannon. The Gen
eral's gunboats leLt great assistance to Mc
Clellan'8 army at Malvern Hill; they saved
Grant's army at Pittsburg Landing, and
throughout the war they gave ns an advan
tage which the Confederates were never
able to overcome. If the French manage
the gunboat business as well as we did, it
will be worth more to them thn an hun
dred thousand coldiers."
Chinaman's Papoose. Mr. John W.
Toung, son of Brigham, of Salt Lake City,
has been for the past year engaged in
making collections for a Territorial Mu
seum, designed especially to designate the
animal kingdom, minerals, zc, of Utah.
Being in San Francisco a short time since,
he purchased a pair of monkeys for his
museum. On his way home, while the
cars stopped at Elko for refreshments, see
lug a considerable number of Indians
around the station he ealled them to the
baggage car, and opening the door pointed
out to them the chattering occupants. The
Indians surveyed the monkeys with char
acteristic gravity. "Do you know what
they are?" at length scid Mr. Young to the
Chief of the red men. Yes,' 6aid the
Chief, with some indication of surprise at
the simplicity cf the question, "me see
em, me know em ; Chinaman 6 papoose.
Hooflasd's Gekman liiTrERs. This i the
season of all othera in which this Bitters,
now so renowned, it found so beneficial.
Added to the ingredient- which make this
Bitter both dietetic and tonic, are the quali
ties wnicn rovigoraio uiu aeuiui&tea eyeiem,
remove languor and depression; restore the
appetite, and impart a healthy action to all
the functions of the body. The mother and
housekeeper should never be without it, and
tbe traveler who packs his trunk or port
manteau for the Springs, should class amcng
the necessary articles a few bottles or Hoof-
land's German Bitters. He will find it an In
valuable medicine in the hour of transient de
rangement of the system, which is likely to
befall any one in this climate,, and especially
during the Summer season. It is' pure, free
from all intoxicating liquors, and for that
reason the most strictly temperate need not
hesitate to use it, personally, or in their
families. Richmond Examiner.
Hoofland's Gebmak Tonic is a c;mbina
tion oi all the ingredients of the Bitters, with
pure KaLta fjruz 1mm, orange, anise, Ac,
making a preparation of rare medical value,
I he Tonic is used lot the same diseases as
tbe Bitters, in cases where some Alcoholic
Stimulus is necessary.
The Best and Ubigtkai. Tonic of Iron
Phosphorus and Cahsava. known as Caswell,
Mack A Co.'s Ferro Fhocphorated Elixir of
(Janssya Bark, lne iron restores color to
the blood, the Phosphorus renews waste of
nerve tissue and the Calieaya gives a ratural,
healthful tone to the digestive organs, there
by curing Dyspepsia in its various forms,
Wakefulness, General Debility and Depres
sion of Spirits. Manufactured only by CAS
WELL, HAZARD A CO., fnccessors to Caa-
weil, itack x Co., ftew xork. gold by all
Ask lor the "Orient" Flavoring Extracts
tbe purest and best in use.
From the Eastern Budget of Vienna, July 17.
The whole of the national press of Rus
sia has taken bo decided a line against
Prussia that it seems impossible for the
government here to take part in the war on
the side of that power. At first the semi
official Goloss seemed to hesitate as to the
tone it should adopt, and published some
criticisms of the conduct of France, for
which it was sharply taken to task by Gen.
Fadeyeff 'a organ, the Exchange Gazette,
as shortsighted and unpatriotic, while the
Moscow Gazette obtained nothing but
praise for its strong anti-Prussian opinions.
This hesitation has bow quite disappeared,
and the Goloss vies with the other papers
in abuse of Prussia, In a recent article
it declared that Prussia, and not France,
is the real disturber of the peace of
Europe, and that Bussia's interests de
mand that France should be victorious
in the coming struggle. A.t the same time
it urged that Russia should remain neu
tral, even if Austria and Italy should take
part in the war, as she can only gain by the
exhaustion of the other powers. The few
advocates of a war policy in Russia, it
says, bave not been supported by public
opinion, and as for the treaty ot Paris, it
can be disregarded by the Russian govern
ment without drawing the sword. It also
points out that Russian commerce would
greatly benefit by her remaining neutral in
a war which must paralyz the trade of two
such great commercial nations as France
and Prussia. The withholding of the war
telegrams from the Russian papers, to
which I alluded in my last letter, is des
cribed by the Moscow Gazette as an of
fence against the Russian public which
calls for the strictest inquiry, and proves
how injurious it is for Russia to depend
for her telegraphic and postal intelligence
on the Prussian authorities.
As for the policy of the Russian govern
ment in the war, it seems to have deter
mined for the present to maintain the
strictest neutrality, though it is making
large preparations for all possible eventu
alities. The number of troops in the
kingdom of Poland is to be increased to
two hundred thousand, among whom will
Le the imperial regiments of the guard,
which have already been ordered to War
saw. There is little donbt that the object
ot this measure is not only to prevent an
insurrection in Russian Poland, and also in
the event of a rising of the Poles in Posen,
after a Prussian defeat, to assist the Prns-
Bir n government in restoring order ic thoi
province, and, if necessary, to occupy it
with Russian troops during the remaining
period of the war.
The Approaches to Paris.—Its Strategie
Position and Security.
A military view of the security of the
French capital is summarized in the fol
lowing statement compiled from a i rench
journal, which endeavors to tranquilize the
public mmd on that point:
There are four routes, in a military point
of view, which an invading army might
adopt in advancing from Germany upon
Paris: 1. Bv crossing the French frontier
between Strasbourg and Luxembourg, and
then advancing m a direct line on Pans. 2
By crossing the Swiss territory situated
below Strasbourg, and marching by the
valleys of the Seine and Marne on the capi
tal. 3. By a movement from the north,
passing the fortress of Metz, and reaching
Pans by way of the valleys of the Seine and
Marne, 4. By advancing through Belgian
soil, in a direct southern line through the
valleys of the Oise and Aisne on Paris.
The first course is regarded as a military
impossibility. France being protected on
the East by the great natural defenses of
the Yosges Mountains, tbe Moselle nver,
the Ardennes Mountains, and the river
Mense, supported by many fortifi d places,
among which is the stronghold of Metz.
Dismissing then any speculations which
this route may suggest, we arrive at the
second line of advance toward the French
Capital. If in this case the Prussians were
to violate the neutrality of Switzerland and
attempt to advance upon Paris from the
southeast, they would find themselves con
fronted bv the fortress of Lyons, which
has been strengthened and rendered very
secure since the period of the first Empiie.
Before arriving at that point the invading
forces would have to capture either Bel-
font or Langres, both of which
occupy commanding positions on the
ground through which an army ad
vancing from Switzerland should pass.
The third route is the most feasible, and
consists in military phrase, of turning the
fortresses on the northeast frontier, includ
ing Metz, and then by continued successes
arriving at the river Marne, from whence
there is no formidable obstacle to an ad
vance toward the immediate neighborhood
oi tne capitaL nut an invading rorce
could not, on account of Metz and Stras
bourg, wisely adopt this course. The
French army, if defeated, could take refuge
in Metz and thence harrass the rear of the
invaders, who woulu be open to similar
attacks from Strasbourg and places of less
importance. The fourth route, by way of
lielgium, is secured by defences which the
reverses f 1814 proved most imperatively
The French calculated that even if an
enemy should arrive in the vicinity of Paris
her fortifications are impregnable.
Thirty years ago, under the administration
of M. Thiers, these defenses were complet
ed, the project being regarded with special
favor by Louis Phillippe, who took an en
thusiastic interest in fortifications. Another
resource is found in the population of
fans, now numbenng 2,000,000, who, by
acting in concert, with forces operating in
the rear of the invaders, might overwhelm
them. Such was the hope ol Napoleon L,
bnt in the altered circumstance of his time
it proved impracticable.
The Wholesale Drug Trade.
The immense importance of the druir trade
may be conceived from the relationship it
bears to human health, mechanical science
and the perfection of almost every useful si t.
The employment can scarcely be named, the
manuiacture noted which does not depend
more or less for its excellence upon articles
known as drugs and obtained from wholesale
dealers and importers or manufacturers of
such stock in trade. The medical man is en
tirely at the mercy of the druggist for unless
the articles in which he deals be pure, the
prescription is valueless or positively hurt
ful. The manipulative arts requiring acids
and alkalis well known the loss and hindrance
produced by the use of inferior materials,
while the man who looks to certain results
from the combination of appropriate chemi
cals must meet with disappointment and fail
ure if supplied with adulterated or worthless
articles. Under these circumstances it is of
immense importance to be able to rely upon
a drug house when requiring simple chemi
cals or authorized compounds for' anv pur
pose, whether medical, mechanical or domes
tic, and the house which once cairn th rep
utation of dealing in none but pure drugs se
cures a patronage which increases with time,
and which surely leads to heavy sales aud
Such a house is that of Hurlbut Edsall,
of Lake street, Chicago, one oi the oldest es
tablished and most reliable drug houses of
the Northwest. It is among the permanent
landmarks of that great trading city, and un
der the management of the present proprie
tors, nas ODtained a iar and wide popularity
among the retailers of the surrounding
States. Long experience in the selection of
unadulterated drugs and chemicals, and an
intimate knowledge of all the
branches of manufacturing, import
ing and jobbing branches of
this important traffic, give them ad
vantages possessed in their business enjoyed,
by but very few firms, and the customers who
trade with" them can be, and are supplied
with drugs and chemicals of the purest char
acter. Fancy goods from the best ami cheap
est markets, glassware of the newest styles,
soda, ash, caustic soda, sal soda, oils aud all
the various articles known as manufacturers'
supplies of the best kind and from the most
reliable houses. They have one infallible rule
ior giving satisfaction to their customers,
and that is dealing themselves with none but
first class makers, and buying none but tbo
beet of their goods. They pay special at
tention to manufacturers' supplier, and
make a decided feature of the dye stuff
trade, iDSnriDg tO WOOlcil luannfacturers
A,; K A ;
the very beat dyeing stuffs to be found in
the market. It iu not necessary in dealing
with them to pay a visit of inspection and
loee time and money in analyzing their
goods, for their plan of doing business in
etireethe customer who orders by mail all
the advantages of quality and price which
the moat ngia eeir-inspection oouia procure.
Country traders will do themselves great
service and save much money by examining
the price list of this old established nrm be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Their reputa
tion is too valuable to be endangered by any
excess in price or inferiority of article sup
plied to purchasers whose convenience will
not permit a personal visit.
A gentleman remarked lately that the
backbone of the hot weather seemed to be
broken. One would like to Bee the frag
ments of that remarkable osseous forma
tion, since all other bones appear to have
been turned to pnlp.
An Indiana girl took her father's horse
to aid her elopement and was arrested for
stealing the animal by her grieved patent
The Wholesale Drug Trade. No. 28.
Nervous debiaty with ito gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, epermattorrhcea
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory,
and threatened impotence and imbecility
find a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the most valuable mild and potent eura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, Ule
and vitality, to the entire man- They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial ol
powder, worth $2.00, which is very important
in obstinate and old cases, or $1 per
single box. Sold by all druggists, and sent
by mail on receipt of price. Address Hum
phrey's Specific Homeopathic Medicine
Companv, 502 Broadway. Naw York.
WkolaaU Agent Barahams Van Schaack, Hull
bnrt ft Edsall, Chicago, Ills.; Jenks at Gordon,
Paul. Minn.; Brown, Webber & Graham, 8r. Loair,
Mo.; Frr-uid. Sheley t Co.. Detroit, itch.
A "Talk" between Two Wives. "About a
week after Thanksgiving," writes a lady who
signs her name Emma D. Ellersnn, and datesi
her letter "liartlett street, Brooklyn, E. D.,'
me and my tneud Mrs. A. aicDartn, my
next-door neighbor, had a serious talk about
our husbands. Mine is a lithographic prin
ter, and her's a picture frame gilder. They
had both been working over-hours, and were
completely broken down, rested badlv.
couldn't eat, and complained of hick head
ache. We had heard that Plantation Bitters
was first-rate iu such cases; so we sent for
two bottles, and persuaded our husbands to
try the effect. It worked like a chaim; and
now, after taking the bitters for lour weeks,
they are boih, so to speak, like now men.
Their strength aud health are thoroughly re
cruited, appetites good, spirits cheerful, and
they say they they can Dear twice tne latigne,
without inconvenience, that they c ;uld a
month ago. Thinking that the proprietors
of such an excellent remedy have a right to
know the good it is doiug, I send you these
"The simple purity of Sea Mos Farine,
its acknowledged healthfulness, unrivaled
flavor, delicacy,, great convenience and econ
omy, will win for it, as we believe it deserves,
the foremost place among all articles intend
ed for similar purposes "--bun.
As a kemedt for bronchial affotions and
chronic diseased of the lnngs, nothing evi r
before discovered equals Dr. Pierce's Altera
tive Extract, or Goiden Medical Discovery.
It is also a great blood purifier and restora
tive touic Sold by druggists, or seiid three
and a quarter dollars to It. V. Pierce, M. D.,
Buffalo, N. Y., and get three bottks free ot
Fob Passage Certificates to or from the old
country, Foreign Exchange, Life or Fire In
surance, go to A. C. Greenebanrn', 155 157
LaSalle street. Persons in the country wish
ing information upon these points will find
Mr. Grt ciii tanm a prompt nd reliable ror
reepondent. Also Commia?ioner of Deeds for
the state of Nevada. Anv information con
cerning the abuve state will be gladly given
The National Life Insurance Co. of Chicago:
$100,000 deposited in the State Treasury; co
operative plan; insurance at ac'.nal cost. Send
to the home office for rate book trd circulars,
109 Monroe street, Chicago. Bnj. Lombar. ,
President; H. C. Childs, Secretary.
Revolution is the FcBsnrKE Busistss.
Colby & Wirts, 42 and 44 Dearborn trcct,
Chicago, Id., are furniture mauufactnirrs'
agents, hell at whole!sUe aud retail r.nd by
auction every Friday. They sell new furni
ture at private sale at 20 to40 per ct-nf. leys
than the trade can, and guarantee all goods.
When you visit Chicago give them a calh
Tibballs, Shirk fc Whitehead, 242 Lake
street, Chicago, manufacturers of Stoes;
ulso 18 sizes and styles of Farmers Feed
Boilers and Steamers, Send for catalogue.
Jetoe & Almim. importers and dealers ia
Artist's Materials, and leading Fresco Paint
era of the west. 152 and 154 S. ClarK street
Dandbxff eradicated, the scalp mad
clean, and gray hair restored to its original
youthful beautyand vigor bythe use of Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair itcnewer.
All men that are of value to anvbodr n. d
insurant-. Insure in the Washington Lifo
Inuranc Company of Now York.
See Ar.vEEnsEMEXT or ur. duim "lpeus
rv, headed, Book for the Million Makriage
Guide iu another column. It should b
read by all.
Pkimiumh, policies and dividends are paid
in cash i . tne nacinugton Jite insurance Co,
of Nt w York.
A Word of Advice Moth-.-is know fie im
l ortance attached to the care of teetbin
children. Read tlx adVertisenit-nt of Mre,
Whitconib's Syrup iu another column.
Nobthwfhtebn HoBfE Nail Co., iiianufj
tnrers of Pat-ut Hammered Horse Nar
Office 68 West Van Bureu street. Factory 5ti
to C8 West an Bnren etreet, corner Cnnton
The CrNABD Mill Li :e of Steamships leave
weeklv fr Liverpool and
Qaeenstovrn. Ageiit; in all the pr:nc;pa
cities :f t!io Northwest, b. Rowe, Geneia
Wortern Art-lit. So. 2 Lake tr-et Chicago.
Jamlh n. Foster Co., 151 Lake St, Oh
cago, importers "f I -lsd'tig s:ict gun
Ucblbut & EdALLS. leading wholesale
druggists of the Northwest, corne Lake
si reel and Wfi..:p;i avenue Chicago.
Peussisg c nitrated Cider Vinegar is tb
b-it in tbe market. Ask yonr eroci r"T
t wvate medical aid.
Bead Dr. bittier
Chicago is considering the question of
police-women to deal with the petty coter
ies of evil doers.
A new Pocket Acoustic
Instrument for the Deaf.
with .hwh tA h&r tii hi in
Speaking. Small, bandy, concealed, infallible. The
Dent aid known. Address U. MAXSKIKLD, Boek
aeuer, 48 oachem street, Aew Uaren, Coon.
Gat tie Bast. Calebratai, Qiaaiaa
AU kinds and descriptions constantly on band, and
made to order, from the lightest Bukkt to the heaviest
Team Harness and in every variety and sule of mount
ing. None genuine unless stamped with our name and
iraae marv. trice lists and circulars on application.
vaaress j.jir.? k. iiii.i. iV i o concord, i
11 ., Sole Proprietors and only Makers.
V We bave arrangements by which goods ar
aeuverea dj k. b. fast freight at lowest rates.
VOC.MJ MEN suffering from Nervous Debibty
X Premature Decay, half Abuse, Ac. send foi
Nf.rvtmk Fills, hare cure. Never fail. Silo by mail.
Warranted. Address L. Msm.n- La iialbi L.Chicao
rsHIIE SECRETS K VOrTII rTEII.EI,
A Medical Treatise of thirty-two pages, sent pre-
paia, ou receipt ol iwo uree cent postage stamps.
Address M. H. LA OROIX. Albany, N Y.
Weed Family Favorite
UinnfstnaJ Ke XXT4 C fa J". II i"W
m now perfected, is the BKiST aad MOST KKLlAbLH
FAMILY SEWING blAGHiNE.
For ALL KXNM of family work, now in nse. It will do a
LaBOEB Rasok of work, sewing from the LiaBTKKI
goods to the he avtkst braver cloth or leather, with.
out change of Needles, Thread or Tension. It is simple
and not liable to get out of order. It has a straight
neeale ana maaee tne lock butcn. Responsible Agent
wanted in every county. A liberal discount to tbe trade.
Send for price list and terms to liKO. J. THOMAS,
bl Lake St.. Chicas-o. Affent for the Northwest. fMii
wnere you saw tnis advertisement.
600 Acres. 19th Year. 10 Grecnhoaaes.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Nursery Stock. Ever-
Kmuuwiraiu,Dnin r iauls, i mips, riyacinths.
Crocus, Lilies, Colored rruit and Flower Platea AU
at n noieaaie ana iteiau. nend IU eta. far Calakmes.
- v- roufliA, rjioominguxi, 11L
The SeaMOB of Peril. In tbe Snmmnr i a
tnmn tbe season is in a less nervous condition thaa
"ben under the bracing influence of a colder tempera
'"- Kee- the bowels unobstructed, the dia-etion
active and tbe blood cool in warm weather. To effect
this object, take occasionally a dose uf Tabsant's
KrFEBVT.SCEKT SELTZER APERIENT. It in a gentle
.ruiMwsuuia iuuiu, .11 anuaoie io oinonsnesa.
a oioou uepureui- son a mon aengnttul febnfuge
nmted in one sparkling foaming ebiir, prepared in
moment and without the slightest trouble.
SOLD BY ALL DKI'OtilsTS.
A Book ior the Million.
TwT A 13 13 T A 2.TT A Private Cotm
AIAAAAUIAAIUAJ helor to the Mas-
nmwnr . , s uKDorthoseaboa
l II JJJti. o mrry on the
. . . , 7:t I pnysioiogical mys
teries and revelations of the eemal system, wita the
lat est d isooveries in prod ncing and preventing offspring
preserving the complexion, Ac
This is an interesting work of twohnndred and twenty
four pages, with numerous engravings, and oou tains
valuable information for those who are married or con
template marriage ; still it is a book that ought to be
kept under lock and key, aad not hud carelessly aboat
Sent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, Ko. 12 N. Eighth St
St IjOuis, Mo.
rtr Notice l the Aflllrted and rnforrnnfite
Before applying to the notovions Quacks who adver
tise in public papers ar nsing any Ouack Remedies
peruse Dr. Bntts' work, no matter what your disease is
or bow deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by mail, on
the diseases mentioned in bis work a Office, No. lj N
Kigbth bk, bet Market and Chestnut, Kb Louis, Ho
The tenth annual Exhibition of the Saint Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tion will commence October 3d, and continue six days. The new Amphitheatre, now
being erected, will be the largest structure of the kind ever built in the world, and ia fact
every department of the Fair promises to surpass in interest and magnitude all previous
SCHEDULES OF PREMIUMS.
Amounting to $3 0,000,
Sent to any address ou application by mail to
G. 0. KALB, Sec'y, St. Louis, Mo.
GREAT SALE OF DRY GOODS,
BOOTS A.ND SHOES,
ITERS & CD.
Tnernlav, WrdnrndnT nml Thur.ilnv. Sept.
(i, 7 and N. I7.
The catalogue will embrace a large and desirable
DRY HOODS. DF FSS COODS,
BROWN and WHITK MUSLINS, PRINTS.
L1KKN ;001S, BKAVKHS. CLOTHS,
GKR.MANTOWN KNIT COOPS,
LADIF.S' SKIRTS. SHIKTS and
GLOVKS. YANKF.K NO
TIONS. CARPKTS. Ac
Also, a desirable line of
RKAPY-WADF CLOTHING. KOOTS, SHOFS.GAI-
TFRS.BA1 MORALS. HATS, CAPS, Ac
The Goods having been received from Manufactur
ers, Importers ana Jobbers, are regular, good atjle
VM. A. BI TTERS Jt CO.. Anrtionf er.
Agents wanted in every city, town and village for the
largest and most successful DOLLAR HOI SK in the
country TH K ONLY ON K indorsed bv the leading
Sapersand Kxpress Companies of the I'nited Mates.
ur goods give univenal tati&factinn, our Premiums to
Agents cannot UK rxcFLt.F.n, anl onr checks are
free. Having two Houses boston and Chicago onr
facilities are unequalled, and our bnniness eiceeds
in amount all other houses in this trade combined.
tMfHead for CirruLira and Free Club to
S.V. THOMPSON & CO.,
73 Lake St, Chicago, or 126 Federal St. Boston.
P. 8. Country dealnrs having Dollar Stores or de
partments will bnd it to their advantage to examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Special bar
gains in Hosiery. Towels, Handkerchiefs, etc.
The Des Moines Valley Railroad Company now
offers for sale oihuhO acres of choice farming lands lo
cated in the richest portion ot the State of Iowa. The
largest part of these lands is in the rich valley of the
Des Moioe river, a well settled part of tne Hate, having
the advantages of cbnrcbes, schools, mills, and railroad
facilities. They are offered at from 5 to ln per acre,
on ten years' time one-'enh down at time of pur
chase. No payment the second year, except the inter
est Onet-nlh every year after nntil completion of
payments, with annual interest at the rate ot eight per
cent The lands are situated in Webster, llnmlmldt,
Kossuth, Pocahontas. Palo Alt's Fmmett, Dickinson,
Osceola, Lyon, Sioux. Plymouth, Cherokee, lay.
O'Brien, Ida, Sac and Buena Yistaconntios Ayentein
each county who will snow and sell these land snhjeci
to the approval of tnis ortice. J NO A. FI.LIO IT.
Land Commissioner, Des Moines, Iowa.
D. SKINNHI &
206 Kinzie Street. Chicago
1 ; . i:r"vi, ;r - ; in rr,-
We solicit consignments of Grain. Seeds, Ta'Iow.
Hides, Dried Km it. Broom Corn, and all kinds of
Oountry frounce. Liberal Advances made. Mirres
Bankers and Merchants. Chicago, I1L
Halbday Bros.. Cairo, I L
Scott A Bros., St Louis, Mo.
Frank Skinner A Cou, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Smith A Proctor, Neenah, Wis.
O. P. Bacon. Iowa City, Iowa.
B. F. Allen. Des Moines, Iowa.
Ankeny Bros. Dee Moines, Iowa.
Very few persons jhink when tlicv Imvo
a fiue suit f Hair of the verv great impor
tance of cu ivatip;' it lu ii,i-r voutti.
Nothius cau be pore becoming or tl. 'Ara
ble in old a re t.'i.n, a fine full M !T of it
In order ti vevure this, years have been
spent by Dit. (.'iialpant in perfect iie' this
valuable article. It contains 0 M l.i-HI i:
Mt M'lt lit IK l f) ! ! Ml imillOI.!!! Ml
I'OISOMHS riH.OHM; UlTTKR!!!! t..
barn and destroy the verv delic-.tro nu.t nt
It is I'L HELV VEGETABLE contains
the only vegetable oil tverdi-covered that
firomotes the growth n;nl product s I0114
uxuriant locks of Hair. It is d. licati lv
perfumed with the. cwci tsof most fragrant
ilott-cis. This anii'le is found in the lar-e
Cities on almost every toi Yttce. bnt more
especially amoui; the n:ur; fa-lii.. liable
classes, as it lias proverl t. be t he on'v ar
ticlethat will re!:iu thf K:;:r i:i pus ft it n
any length of lime af:er iIi cs-mi It is
used liy Ladles I'air Dresscrsai.d I-arhers
jatall the leading lloK is of the country.
It cock three times as far as alcoholic arti
;cles. Alcohol preparations from the natu
jral heat of the. head evaorates and leaves
the Hair parched aud dry. Trice SO cts.
C.1.MSV, (ilLPSM CO., rrooriclors
SOLD II Y ALL, D1UGCISTS.
PULLER, FINCH Sr FULLER,
HOW TO GET PATENTS
IS FULLY EXPLAINED in a Pamphlet of Ii pages
just issued by MLNN A CO., 37 Park Row, New York
r..r r k r. r..
MTJNN A CO.. Editors Scienfiie A
can. the best Mechanical Paper in the
world. t2Z Years Experience), have
PATENTS. taken More Patent, and exam ed
itl ore Invention, than any other
Agency. Send sketch and description
St. Louis Saw Works.
Mannfactnrers of SPAULDIKG'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOB SALE AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
116 &. 118
1T. HOFFS MILT EXTRACT for GEsrmt. De
bility. Loss or Appetite Constipation, IsmtiF.s-
TltiM, Dyrpephia, etc HotTs Malt Extract is a bever
age wnicn la aenveu rroiu an extract oi naner m:ut.
produced by a PECULIAR process, and mixed witn
oertain hygienic ingredients, whereby a compound is
ained. which, on account of its invigorating and
oM ing qnalities, particularly in cases of general
heallity and consumptive attacks, may properly be
rfnhied Beverage ot Health.
term LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS.
SO It ANT V C'0 -J7s tireriiM irh st N. V.
H i!OU AKENTS OB lMTHMlIjl,nG
Warranted pure, palatable, and to preserve pickles
. l . mmtimA mt IS. It K Vm mr lh. Ill, rm..
State fair, aad Chicago City Fair. Iar rat Works in
the United States. Kntablisbed H- CM AS. t. E.
PKUSSI.NG. ;t.l! and .14 I Stats street Chicago.
I ODER'S PASTILLES, A Sure Relief for
rnce i cents ny mail.
COMMISSION. ; . ,
chain vruug.i; . 51 J -
0l : r I L ' l V g--lL.r -
mi hbs sBsssswassiswaitlii i 1 I ' 1
SO BUSINESS CARDS.
It. & t'0 53 and .V Lake St., wholesale
l Mraw Goods. Millinerv. White Goods.
B dealers in Mraw Goods,
Hiaiery, Gloves and Fancy Goods, '03 and 56 Lake street.
PAPER AND RAGS.
AFI.1N, BI'TI.KR cV CO.. Dealers in Paper,
t I J Printers' Stock. Ao. Cash paid ior Kags. ti and
44 State street, Chicago.
ffVlK PKRPKTITAL EVAPORATOR mast Uk
M the place of all othfr& It is the cheapest and
tet ia ue -better than f he high priced Kvaporators.
U is perfection for ease in skimming, managm: and
making No. 1 Molren. Sond tor Circular and be con
vincod. Prices-No. i. 15tU; No 3. fJu.U"; No 4,
boils -it). 7't and 1 jr aliens per day. We eeit by
.rer tbe ame as otherwise. A o other tirm make tbe
Address I otters and orders to
J. W. CHAPMAN & SONS,
Corner Went and Seeond Sm ladiwon. Ind.
m, CAR iQLL S?,.iijARY,
Carroll C-o., Ills., i one of the & It publishes "THE
OKKAD. Sample sent free. Address Principals.
IN REMOTE SETTLEMENTS
Food makea blood; blood makes the body. If the
blond be pare the body is healthy. So if we are not in
i health we know some impurities are lurking aluat
i which mast be removed, and the sooner the better.
1 12raiidreta's Fills Remove all from
th9 System which Itfatnre
needs no Longer.
The wonderful cures effect by Brandreth's Pills
have arrested the attention of enlightened physician
Upwards of five thousand now use them in their daily
practice, and two hundred have given their written
testimony as to their innocence and value aa cleansers
of tbe bowels and blood.
Testimony of Town Officers and
Eo?rd of Heclth.
Srso StMO, June 14. IHTu.
So whom it mot cmr Tn:
The Supervisor, Justices of the Peace and Town
Clerk of the town of Ossining (the township in whose
limits the chartered village of Sing Sing is contained)
hereby certify to the remarkable healthful effects pro
duced by the use of Brandreth's Vegetable Universal
Pills. For many years these Pills nave been prepared
in this tewn ; in lti6 Dr. Brandreth erected large build
ings in which to prepare and pack this great medicine
for public use. At this time he employs nearly lui) -er-sons,
betides a steam engine of 100 horse power.
We have a population of nearly 8,000, and felmost
every person nses them when sick. Their merits are
recognized in every family, and our druggists sell more
of Brandreth's Pills than all others put together.
We can paint to cures effected by them in Scrofula,
Rheumatism, Bilious Affections, Ulcers and Seres,
White Swelling ot the Knee, Bright'! Disease of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Coshveneas, General Debility,
Want of Appetite, Typhus and Scarlet Fever and Small
Pox. And from long observation and eiperience of tbe
effects produced by Brandreth's Pills we believe their
general nse would give more health and a longer
average of life.
THOMAS LEARY. Supervisor.
J; L'R.MY, Justice of the Peace.
KELSON H. RAKF.R. Justice of the Peace.
MORGAN HYATT. Justice of the Peace.
WILLIAM C. HOWE, Justice of the Peace,
O. U. GUMMING, Town Clerk.
The nndersigned, the Board of Health of the village
of Sing Sing, fully endorse the foregoing statement ol
the town officers of 'a-ining, knowing tbe same to be
ISAAC B. NOXO.V.
. I 'res ent
A. a REYNOLDS, .
ISAAC R. LOUNSHKRKY,
TOWNSEND YOU NO,
JAMES T. BLANFORD,
SAMUEL B. TOMPKINS,
Board of Health,
Snto Srso, June 16, 1HT0.
Hon. B. Bbasdreth:
Mt DeaB Doctor For many years I have nsed your
ills, and in my own person and fa oily have found them
I have long been a contractor at the Sing Sing Prison,
employing from one hundred to one hundred and fifty
men. Finding Brandreth's Pills so excellent in my
family, I commenced some ton years sine giving them
to sick men working under my contract The effect
was immediate, and soon my cabinet (hop became, and
is ta-doy, the healthiest concern in the Prison a fact
that has been officially noticed. I nse some two hun
dred and fifty boxes of Brandreth's Pills every year
k nd hardly ever have a man in hoopi tat
Your Pills appear to bo almost a si-ecitio in Bilious
Complaints, Fevers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head
ache, Dyspepsia and Costivenees, and are ia themselves
a complete medicine chest Years, truly,
CHARLES 1L WOODRUFF.
SOLD BY ATiTi DBUQOIST8.
DR. BRANDRETH'S PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
Erndreth ZZonse New TTork.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No 302 Chestnut Street,
ST. LOUIS, - MISSOt KI.
Fscecial attention given to collections in the city and
Mate. Letters of inquiry answerea.
1SYCHOMANCY. FASCINATION OR SOU!
CHARMING. 4tU Daces: cloth. This wonderful
book has full instructions to enable the reader to fas
cinate either sex. or any animal, at will. Mesmerism,
Spiritualism, aud hundreds of other curious experi
ments. It can be obtained by vending address, with 10
cents postage, to I. w. r AN- a CO.,
No. 4 1 So. Eighth St. Philadelphia.
H is the best thine ever broucht before the Public.
tor the cure of Felons, Boils, Seres, Cuts, Bruises,
nnm Burns. Scilds, Corns, Bunions. Swellings. Car
buncles, aad all kinds of roisooous Bites and Stings.
Ask your Druggist for THE r KLON SALVK, take no
other, and if he has not got it, send Twenty tire Cents
and two three cent stamps to O. W. HKNNING, Pro
prietor, LOCK.POKT, A.
by return maiL
Y.and receive the SALVK
Tbis is NO PATENT MEDICINE HUMBUG, gotten
up to dupe tbe ignorant and credulous, nor is it repre
sented as being comiiosed of rare and precious sub
stances brought from the four corners of tbe earth,
carried seven times across tbeGreat Desert of Saharah
on the backs of fourteen camels, and brought across
tee Atlantic ocean on two ships.' It is a mnple. mtl'L
r-med'i. a perfect 'pectic Ior iATABKH ano
"OiLD in the Head, also for offensive Breath, Lose
or impairment cf the sense of Smell. Taste or Hearing,
Watering or Weak Eyes, Pain or Pressure in tbe Head,
when caused, as they all not unfreqoently are, by the
violence of Catarrh.
I otfer, in good faith, a standing Reward of tM) tat
a case of Catarrh that I cannot cure'
Vor Sale by siiowt Droggiitta Everywhere.
Prick SO cents.
Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of Srxr ClHrTS
Fear pac-Lases tor smiw or 1 lo7.en for
.-end a two rent Mxmp Utr Dr. Sage's pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address the Proprietor,
It. V. pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THH GriEAT SOUTHING REMEDY.
Hr. (Cures (Jolir and Griping in; Prlre
liilrollib's -the Bowel , and facilitates v!i
Syrup. ?ths process ot Teething. ) (ruin.
Mr. (Subdues Convu sions and; Price
Wliitrouib'a 'overcomes all diseases inciv -'i
Syrup. (dent to infants and children) (Villa.
.Mr. (Cnrea Diarrhea, Dysentery, Price
Wbitromb'M 'and Snmmr Complaint in t 'i
Syrup. Children of all ages. ) t ent.
It is the Great Infant's and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders brought on by Teething or any
Prepared by ths GRAITON M FDICINE CO., St.
Lcuu, Mo. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medi
A GREAT OFFER.
Horace Waterw, 4SI Broadway, N. Y
Will dispose of ONE HUNDRED PIANOS, MELO
DEONS, and ORG ANSof six tirst-cbuis makers, inclnd
ing C bickering A Son's, AT EXTREMELY LOW pait xs
MP UkH, dlkinu ibis afOKTB. or will Uks from $S to
iDonthly until paid. yr
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVER
Dr. WAITER'S CAT.TTOBJJIA
TTr Ti I ! q .-1 ftf TTi An eon A a O T
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Made of Poor Rnm, WhUkey, Proof Spirit
and Refuse L.iqnors doctored, spiced and sweer
ened to please the taste, called Tonics," Appetiz
ers," " Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler on to
drunkenness and rain, bnt are a true Medicine, made
from the Native Roots and Herbs of California, free
frwm all Alcohwlie Stitnalant. They are the
t.REAT HI.IMIII PI RIFIER and A LIFE
JIVINt; PRINCIPLE aperfect Renovator and
InvlKorator of the System, carryirifr off al 1 polaonons
matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long nnwelL
S 1 OO will be given for an incurable case, provided
the bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond tbe
point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhrama.
tlnia and tiout, Dyspepwia, sr Indigestion,
Bilioax.Remittent and Intermittent Fever
Diseases! of the Rlood, Liver, Kidneys and
Rlndtirr. these ni tier have been most success
ful. Such Diseaea are caused by Vitiated
Blood .which Is generally produced by derangtment
of the Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR IX DIGESTION, Head,
ache. Pain In the Shsnlders.Conghs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Soar Eructations of the Stomach.
Bad taste in the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the neart. Inflammation ot the Lnngs, Pain In the
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate tbe tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them of anequalli'd
efficacy In cleansing the blood of all imparities, and
imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASE.S,Eruptlons,TeUer,S!ilt
Rhuem, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils.Car
buncles, Ring-Worms, Scald nead. Sore Eyes, Erysi p
elas. Itch, Scarfs, Dlscolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system ina
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle In
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find its
Impurities bursting through the skin inPlmples,Erup
tions or sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when It is fonl,
and yonr feelings will tell yon when. Keep the blood
pure and the health of the system will follow.
P IN, T A PE and other WO RMS, lurkingln the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed in four lan
guages English, German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McDOXALD & CO,
Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, CaL
and S3 and SI Commerce Street, New Tork.
l-r-SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
. THE GREAT
We arc now the Sole
Proprietors of the above
JYone genuine unless
the Registered TBjIDE
MARK and OFFICIAL
SEAL of this Company
appears upon every Bot
tle. We are also MAJYU
FA CTUUEUS and SOL E
BUCK'S STBPiliCH BiTTERS
ROBAGK S BLOOD PURIFIER.
The above Prepara
tions are for Sale by all
U. S. Proprietary Heiicine Co.
. W A ..
. Book of 125 closelv minted dimi lailv hml
eontains a but of the beat American Advertisinc Modi
urns, s"ivin the names, circulations, and full parti ca
lars concerning ths leadina; Dailvand Weekly PoliUeaJ
aad ramily Newspapers, together wih all those having
large circulations, published in the interest of Kenanon.
Agriculture, Literature, Ac, Ac Every Advertiser,
and every person who contemplates becoming such,
will find this book of great value. Mailed free to anv
addrms on receipt of fifteen cents. I.KO. P.
KOWEI.L dt lUn Publishers, Naw Park Row,
i he Pittsburg (Pa.) Leader, in its issue of May 23,
leTU, sajs: "The nrm of O. P. Kowell A Co., which
M.nM thim ininMiin and valuable book, is tbe lara-est
aad best Advertiaina; Aaencj in the United States, and
we can cneerf ullf nooommo u u us atienuon oi ennae
who desire to adv-rtise taeir business eriraHirira.il jl
and ayntesnatioaliy in such a way; that a, K I o
secure tbe largest amount of publioity fee the leas t
expeodi tare of moose.
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51 MAY, i866.J
A Liniment for Man and Beast, 37 years
in nse. Sold by all Druggists. Ijirge
bot tits, $1; Medium 51) ot. ; Small, 25 cts.
Is good for Rheumatism, Chilblains, Corns,
Whitlows, Caked Breasts, Sore Nipples,
Cramps, lkiils, bites of Animals Weakness
of the J jiut.s, Contractions of the Muscle.
Barns and Scalds, Frost Bites, Painful
NervouH AflFefti": apped Hands, Lama
Back, Paint Swellings, Tumors,
Tooih A , Hemorhoids or
Piles, F , in .-i Jails oi all Kinds,
Sprains, Bmises, Cracked Heels, King
Bone, Poll Evil, Windgalls. Callous, Spavin,
Sweeney, Fistula, Sittast, External Poisons,
Scratches or Grease, Stringhlt, Sand
Cracks, Lameness, Strains, Foundered
Feet, Mange, Horn Distemper, Garget in
Cows, Cracked Teats, Foot Hot in Sheep,
and many other disea8es incidental to Man
and Beast. Thirty-seven years before the
American Public, Adapted to Family use
Having been often solicited to prepare this
Celebrated Oil iree lrom stain, to be used
as a common l iniment by families, we
have at length succeeded in extracting the
coloring properties which have heretolore
rendered it objectionable. This Oil, posses
ses the efficient principles of that prepared
with the dar tinge, and will be found to
be one of tbe Best Remedies for almost all
purposes that has ever been before the
public. But for animals, in all cases, use
the other kind, and always get a half-dollar
or dollar bottle, to have enough to be ot
much service. pT Before using, shake
the bottle. English and German Alman
acs, Vade-Mecams, Show Bills, Posters and
Circulars will bo forwarded free, upon
application by tetter.
From Messrs. W. JL Warner & Co.,
West Georgia, VC, Nov. 29, 1857. We
consider your Gargling Oil aa staple an
article aa we have in our store, and as sure
to sell as tea or SHgar. We never have
sold a bottle, that we know of, that Itw not
given perfect satisfaction.
Almanacs and Cook Books sent Iree from
the office in Lockpcrt, N. Y.
Froji Hon. Nathan Lindsey, County
Judge of Shelby Co., Iowa, dated Harlan,
April 13, 1867. It is decidedly preferred to
any other Liniment sold in this section.
From L. Schlottman, Bound" Top, Fay
ette Co., Texas, Feb. 15, 1869. I am now
selling more of your Gargling Oil than any
other Liniment, and all who have used it
pronounce it "the best thing out"
Our reputation having been established
over il yean in Liockport, J. x., ana
throughout the country, we do not deem it
necessary to resort to using reference, but,
in fact, we know and feel to think it ot no
use in our business; but as there are a few
who are more or less prejudiced against the
proprietors and manufacturers of Patent
Bemedies, we subjoin the following refer
ences as to the quality of the Oil. onr
responsibility, fair dealing aud promptness:
Hon. JOHN VAN HORN, Mayor City of Lockport.
Hon. A. . BROWS, Ex-Mayor "
Hon. J. JACKSON, J , Ex-Mayor, City of Lorkport.
Hon. H. OABI INtK, County Judge,
Hon. B. CBOWLEY, Kx-Siate Senator,
Hon. O. D. L vMON T, Ex-County Jade, -O.
B. MANN, Sheriff Niagara County, -NIAGAEA
CO. NAT'L BANK, -NATIONAL
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. "
J. T. MURRAY, Surrogate.
M. M. SOUTHWORTH, Dist, Atty.City of Lockpcrt.
L. A. 8PALDING, Postmaster,
WM. McCOLLDM, M. 1)., , "
W. B. GOULD, M. D.,
8. T. CLARK, M. D., -
JOHN FOOTK, M D., "
D. D. BISHOP, M. D., M
C. N. PALMKK. M. D., "
Rev. W. c. WISNkr. rstv nt Tivhnri
Rrv. J. L. BENNKTT
Rrv. HUGH MULHOLLASD,
USV. BRIGHAM YOUNG, Pre.-it. Salt Lake. Utah.
Manufactured at Lockport, N. Y
GARGLING OIL GO.