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USE THE BEST REMEDY.
Evert day brines strong proof of the Great Value
Read the FolloTrins.
IBrix-.rnt. Oztvm Co., Wia., a nr. lo, lff.
IIwmi J. N. HAkKis A V, Cincinnati, Ohio:
Gtmxlemtm: I have rollered with a couph and raiting
of pblerm for many years. 1 rot so weak 1 could Dot
walk. I bare emptied several Doctors to attend me
bat received do benefit or relief. Yonr A rent, Mr. N.
Yoodr, Druaziet at Port Washington, recom
mended me to try Alien's Lung Balsam. 1 have used
several bottles of it, and it bas entirety cured roe.
With ranch gratitude I make tbis knosra to yon that
others may know the value of vonr Kalsam.
Yours, very truly. UOTTLKIB KRIKNITZ.
I cheerfully attest that the above st-ternent is true.
Yours respectfully, N. YGUKCi, Druggist.
OzaBaaE, August 10, 1869.
Sy Consnmption Eronrht -SJmoGt
to the Grave,
KVERYDHY SUCH KVlDEJfCR AS TUB FOL-
llOVL!Sti IS KK'.'KIVKD KHOWIXO THK
URKAT V ALU H OK ALLKN'S LUNU
BALSAM OVK.R ANY OTHKtt
COUGH OK LUNG RKHKUV
Haxmoxh. Bt. Cnorx. Ca. Wis.. Julv 10. IRTa.
Mb. Aluen Drar 8 r: I thought I would write to
yon and let yon know what your great Lun g Balsam is
ooing inc me. lietore tiking it 1 waa oelpless
could only get short breaths; coughing continually.
was so sore in my lungs it nearly killed me to cough.
ana nun me to lie aown. l got put little rest ur sleep.
It was thought I eoul-l not live lonir. and I thought mv
time on earth waa short, and had it not been for your
ijung caieam l would soon nave found my grave, i
have now taken three bot'lea of the Balaam. I feel
out liule eorenem at the Jung. I breatbe easier.
oongh only occasionally and attend to work. 1 believe
mat as muen more as t have taken will entirely enre me
x ours, wiin respect, 1 11UJU AS OAliOL.
All afflicted with Cough or any Throat er Lang
trouble should use Allen's Lung Balsam wit Vint delay.
J. N. HARRIS A CO., bole Proprietors, Cincinnati,
To not be deceived, yoo who want a good medicine,
and desire "I.'Iii'i Lung Bitmn." Oo not allow
unprincipled dealers to sell you other Balsams, bee
that yon get ALLKN'S LUNG B ALSA M. and you will
have the best Cough Remedy otfeted the public and
mat wui give yo iuij auMuenoe.
Sold at Milwaukee by fcL Boswobth ft Soss.GRFFns
A Button, Rick A Rikiso, Drake Biios., Dohmem,
ixuiauin: m iu., anu an amwauaee irnggisia.
GREATEST F'EDICAL C.SGOYEF.Y
OF THE ACE.
DR. KENNED V, of Roxbrrry, bas discovered In
one of onr common patare-weeds a remertv that
cures KVKRY KIKD OK HUMOR, from the WORST
bt; ROI'UL A down to a CO M MO Ji PI H PL K.
Two bet ties are warranted to core a nursing sore
to three bottles will sure the worst kind of
KHmpiea on uie race.
Two or t bree bottles will clear the avstmn nf hilea
Two bottles are warranted to cure toe worst canker
in the etotnaob.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst
kind of erysipelas.
One or two bottles are warranted to cure all humor
B the eyes.
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears
uu uwwan among IU6 nair.
t our to sir bottles are warranted to enre corrupt and
Fifteen to twenty bottles will cere scaly eruptions
. .Two to three bottles are warranted to euro the worst
kind of ringworm.
Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most
immnw case uj rneumausm.
Three to tour bcuiea axe warranted to care salt
Five to eight bottles will care the worst case
One to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst
ease of dyspepsia. 1 know from the experience of
thooaanda mat it baa been caused by canker in the
One to two boUlea are warranted to core aick head
acne. One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a oos-
aww us ui liowei.
.Oae or two bottles will regulate all deranc amenta of
Four to six bottles have cured the worst cases of
One to three bottles have cured the worst case of
wiles: a, relief is always experienced : what a mercy to
X . ""wi u tucruciauDf aisease. I
A beneht is always experienced from the first bottle.
. And a perfect cure ia warranted when the above quan-
1S o change of diet ever neoessary ; eat the best you can
aret and enongn ot it.
Manufactured by DONALD KEK5EDY, Ko. 139
luu "u,7, mass.
Price, Lfti. Kor sale by every Druccigt in the
Cmted btates and Britiah Provmcea.
The Shlverlnj Season.
Hie loss to the laboring ciasBes of the United
State, eaueed by fever and ague, has been estimat
ed t upwards of two millions of dollars per annum.
Whole settlements are sometimes prostrated by ths
disease, and it Is regarded, la tome localities, as
one of those visitations of providence which cannot
be avoided. This is a mistake. As certainly as
any of the evils which are invited by noplect 0117
be forestalled by precaution -ia certainly may an
attack of intermittent (or remittent) fever be pre
vented by Invigorating the system with Hostctter'e
Stomach Bitters, in advance of the season at which
this malady prevails. Prevention, itis needless to
Bay, is the wisest policy; but itis consoling to know
thai where time has not been thus taken by the
forelock, and the paroxsyms have actually com
menced, a complete cure may, in all cases, be rap
idly effected by the use of this powerful vegetable
tonic. The reputation of the Bitters as a specific
for dyspepsia, liver complaint, constipation and
nervous debility, has in some measure thrown into
the shade its merits as a preventive and cure of
other ailments, but all who have ever iaten it,
either as a protection against, or a remedy for
malarious fevers, will admit that it surpasses in
efficiency .all the so-called specifics (including qui
nine), usually prescribed for these maladies, while
it is at the same time entirely harmless and
family Hedioms Cases
HOOTCH, "VTFAT CAS" YOU UO FCtB.
X wave quite c trn&v, a pood deal of sfckns, the
:txttor comer otieted his bills arenotbiit; ana in
laivo timet I cneoij be gritmed to have itae sicknefK
Aud lighter fciinsn UJa direction, if ccnauent with Lot
, Well, rev frierd, I can do a food deal for you.
a can send yr-u one of our Fumi Cakes o
Momujopatuic Spnciyu-s. which bas a enudi book
it ourecUons, civrns a ocscnution cf .all the variant
oiseases wli.Ol yott can tseut pro:itabiy, nd full
eiractione Jor ess, fiving tee Eiedicines, diet, etc
The vanoos epectiiz are all mark&d and labeled, eo you
ooetl not be at a ices which ti: iv in .
and the direcueis are so plain and simple that you neeo
Bc,t. Ke ast ray . With one oi these cases, you or your wits
Will be able to meet and arrest three-fourths of all the
uiooz vmcnocrarin your lamily. Voueantic
Ujis, because you see the aick child or patient atonce,
ud lone before the doctor woulc be called, and tout
7ZZl.Jr wlul LDe proper remedy at once, and
hasbocomoser)us. In usingthcsesimpiescd
yet eflectije medicmea. also you avoid drugging thr
itatJMt and tons weakening the system, and laying toe
lounrtaUoe of futare disease. You ateoare thcaenibled
niiaui uioBe ununncies to chronic disease whicb
tZMt insc many families and individuals: such aa
AeroWa, Govt, Omnwpuom, tie By the use, from time
.-v -1 w 'ei"" iorm.ru uiments or dis
Aaoetir' ot "f P specinc, not only is the
.ww Li . uui uio tuaauuion, so to SDee
S 11 maa wr cjosuuiMna and Ihv
j rvu "w wil mitii oouer me liana ot tlieense
anddoctor. Just the reverse of this is true. rniHnM
BChaol treatment. Kvery villainous dose of roodicine
t auoiiior, one visit 01 tile doctor often
aeceaaitates another, and a good thorough old-school
doctor can make patierte enouch in the Bret ten years
r'iii " 10, w aeep uim ousy tor toe balance
o his days. "1 heso wiecks of men, made by me aeuse
uiu iu, quinina, iodine, opium and
ol subseauent and rravechmnis riiwuuMi'i. .ni!.!f
i.i!mfcaVloei nols iamiiT improve in It
health, have less nd less sickness from vrar tn vo, I
po-aMum. are tbe Harvest tieids of dontors. So my I
m i i-u, uu you win soon bv
nV ana doctors rare viisi tors t your bouse.
m, . i "3 ketch- ,Ko more windy promise,
rarusands have done so. and vou mavrin iiL-.J
arrZr,t -ITi'lJ the .xperiment ia notice, aud the
Of S3 r 60 lnree vi&U. morocco or rrwrw
wmm1 cautp, contain; ns a speritic f or
wrr rtlinary cliwao a l.imiiy is
wu.ect to. and booka cl dh-rx-titinM
i rom J10 to S33
omaiter ramuy ana Traveliim cwn with ?n
ms i i-rmi !i-3 to SJS
opeoinos nor an rfvnre I.ccf f tt.th for
I urintT and for Preventive ti.uicci!i. ia
Tuuaanapootet cases.... vrct-ii to 83
Cnre Hnnw, I5rui-K, r.nmpurMs. "orrnHs,
lr Tkrani. .nr.iii. T..,..i r?'
JSraralvia. ithcumal ism, I,uiiibne, J'iiin.
pjisms !re hyes, i err ur ..I ii.n
gVf?" tt oz- 50 ccnu Wnts. 8 L,00t Quarts.
nrihsw Remedies, except POTO'S EXTKAtJT
JvLV,!?" f DKl9 box- ,u:eRent t anroart of tb.
STtoiTrie. !. charge, on t.
ALL LSTTEB8 BZ AISDBSBSEO
Ilomneopathic Jlrdicine Company,
OfSca gad Depot, No. 5t3 E&oaowat. Kew York.
TOK SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'WHOLFA4I.K Aofxts. K. Burnbam A Son, Hnrlbort
KdaalL VanScnaack, Stevenson A Reid, Chicago,
III ; Jenka A (iordon, ht Paul. Minn.; Brown. Wetbet
4. Graham, ht. Louis Mas larrmnd. bbeiey A tio,
Itch! Itch 1 1 Itch II I
SCRATCH: IsC'liATCII ! ! K"T? TTf if
In from 10 to 48 boors.
Cures The If rh.
Cures NaJtKheam, "
Cures Tet ter.
Cures ISnrlnr's Itch.
Cures Old Sore.
' Uxd of kmmiar Ox
Price. SOca bar; by maiL 00a
Address WEEKS A POTTEK.1X) Washington St.
sale hr all Druggist, Boston, Uaaa
TKT A DOLLAR BOX OF
PREITCH WOTF! PAPPP I mcnta
inafii"" Kt i the
weeiptofW. Address, Ui&iSQ PubUaber. I
Los too, juasr. j them
Clarke's Female Fills,
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the en re of al
thoae painfnl and danperoua diseases to which the
females ODsutnUc-a is sunjent. Tby miorate ail ex
oessasaud e amove a obstructions, tromwiiatevercavfce.
TO MAUSUKO LADIES
Thevars articnlarly suited. Tbev will in a short, time,
bring on the monthly period with regnlarity, and
although ver powerful, contain nothing Lnirtul to toe
Constitution. In ail CBe of Nervous and StiinM AlTec
tioua, l aics in tne llixj 1 Luube, i-ttijruoor; slight
exertion. Palpitation oi the Heart, Hysterics and
Whites, they v.iil effect a cure whon all other means
havefeiled. The pamphlet around eit h pacrsga ht
full direction!" ana advice, or will be seat free to ail
writing for it sealed from observation.
Jnb Mh.r Or Jam Clarlfm ftjuaU IVIt an escUn-
ffe'.v UOCNTF-JUrElTEDi. Th' genuine turn (Aa nam of
"JOB XOSS" on tarh facia oe. A II fhrr arc trorth '.em.
N. R In all cases where the GKVrrNK cannot be
obtained, One Dcllar, with tifteen cents for pnstjige,
enclosed to the sole Proprietor, JOH iSOSKS, 1J Cort
iandt Street, New York, will insure a bottle of the
nin. containing I'ifty Pills by return mail, recmrrJf
eaUd from any ; aowicdgj of its contacts. m
NEW YORK CORRESPONDENCE.
From Chicago to the East—Hartford—
Silk—How Made—Belding Bros. &
Co.—East and West—New York.
New Yobk, Aug. 7. In 1S13 I vas a week
in coming from New llavt-u to Milwaukee.
Tvro wet-ks ao I vas tv,tny-rfvcn honrs iu
comiiis rom CUchro in Xlvr York. These
were no railwayo in ttio Went, save the 100;:
cn cordnroy ovt-r othcrv.i-e irBrjaPhablc Eio
rasses, and the trip from Eufl'.Jo aruuntl ;he
lakce ocenpied from four to five dayc Now,
I etepped into a Pnliman bilvrr l'alace carat
the Michigan Central Depot ia Chictpo, and
paeeinR over the Uichigaa Ccrtrai and Great
Western lioads, with a emootl:, Kiidm mo
tion, in sixteen hours I found myeelf s.t Sito
pCDbion Uridtre, with the cliciccof two routes
before rae to New York. The iiehiKcn Cen
tral and the Great Weetern lloada are m th .
rnotit periect condition, and uasurpabPed for
epeed, salety and corul'ort by anv roads iu
the country. It ia the only direct route to
Suspension Bridge a-.d Niagara FiilJe, and
has this great ad vac taget that you can take
a rniimsa U.lver Taiace eletpipg c?.r in Chi
cago and ride, without chaugo of car, to
Rochester, where vou can ttke the Erie, or
iho New York Central un& Hadsoa llivcr
Iloads to New York. The loi.g eervieee as
General Passepgor Agents of Ilfury C. We-nt-worth,
cf the Jllehigan Ceutial, ai.d A. Wa!
liugiurd.of the Gi at Western, are the Left
certificates of thr. -.li4-.rat-.tcr of these arnt --,
and of the stable managoment cf these rail
ways. l'oiaing over the New York Central ia the
night, I reached
via Springfield, at 1 p. m. This city, next to
Providence, contains more wealth in propor
tion to it. nnmbers, than any city in the
Union. The census f hows its population to
he lees than 40,000. Life ar.d Fire Insurance
Conioaiiies hrro have levied trihates npon
all parts of the country, and they display
their wealth here ad c-lncwhc-re in the erec
tion of costly and magnificent builditgs.
looks to me as of yuro, except that her lil!a
eeem rouDded, tmoothed and softened. Her
chief Bonrce of prosperity is iu her msnrif-";
tnros. Kvery tro?,in of wster, vi-itu fii!
enough to tarn a water vhee:, is need Id
dsive machinery. And flouribhirg c.ti.u havo
sprung nn, within a lew years, l y tho mv.g c
power ot the pkilhul workers in cotton, wool,
silk, trass, iron, tin and woid. Bui I waa
most interested in tho growth of
a manufacturing town, sixteen m:lr?-ea.st of
Hartford, connected with the Hartford &
Providence railroad by a branch rjilroa:!
some four miles long. Twenty years ego it
was a small harait t with a mill or twn, and
few inhabitants- Now it has 5,000 inhabit
ants, with all tho appointments of a city
gas, water-works, opTa houe, banks,
churches, schools, Ac. It necUcs iu a ravine,
creeping up tho hills onto the table-land on
either eide of tho ttre-sini whose motive pow-
ei has created it, and overlooking the Con
necticut valley. Tncro are many fine resi
dences here, ia picturesque bituatio'-s, and
magnificent landscapes are seen from the
higher portions of tho town. Above the city
is the great reservoir, very deep, several
miles long, and capable of euppijmg water
for tho city and s.xtcen manutactorirs ail
grouped within the saco of 3,0c0 yard for
six wee ks were the liver feiint off fi om it, and
furnLshitjg the best water power iu ti.e elate.
Fiora the reservoir to the loser Uiiil is a fail
of 350 feet, tho lowett full at any mill being
13 feet, and tho highest 44 feet. Here are
riik. cotton, wcoleu, thread, envtiipo, f.r.d
gingham mills the latter being tho cn'y
mill in this country using six-buutt!o lo,-ms
aud able to run frix colors at once. They
make over a hundred varieties cf plcid
But I was more interested in tho prcc-.ed ol
and f.B it Is not familiar to most BPw?parer
readers, 1 will try to describo it so that tht-y
ear" unnPrFtsnd it.
ThcrawEilk is tTaportedTroTn Ch?ni sna
Japan, in large i koine, v.hich have been
wouna tiy tne natives oi those conntnes
where labor is chca-; from cocoons, iiltetn
or twenty threads more or less into one.
Three kinds of raw elik aro nse-d. The best
is Ttatlee, of twentv cocoon threads. Tay-
e&am is the next quahtv and Catn is the
poorest. The better kinds are chiefly used.
The raw pilk is lirt put into a strong solu
tion of soap ana water twe-ive houra, then
put on reel. and wound into bobbins, 3 oa a
machine, cf winch there are thirteen m a
room. THen the thread from these bobbins
is run into similar bobbins between two steel
knives to clean it and niake it even. Then
five bobbins are wound iilo one. on a doub
img machine, eo cotstructod that U one
thread breaks the machine etoss. Bv repeat
ing the process thirty threads ere sometimes
combined in one. The bobbins are then put
oa a epicmng machine ana twisted, the spin
die revolving sblrJO times a niiuute. ibe-n
they are put on tho doubling machine again
ami three threads combined in one, and then
brought back to tho twi uing machine and
twisted the opposite way. The bobbins are
then piaeed in a trough, so that the lower
Side is ia water, and wonud thenro on to
wooeicn cylinder nearly a foot thick, ?nd from
this into a similar cylinder, called a stretch-
er, wnicu revolves onc-sixtn laster than the
oilier, increases ii.o icngin oi mo tnrcad
one-sixth and makes it smooth ar.d t-ven. It
then run into bobbins again.and tiien reel-
ed into hanks 3ii) vard- Ion- It i nn-
tiansierred to the dve-housc. boiled in no.tn
suds, which takes out the gum and reduces
the weight cne-lonrth. Then it is washed
clean, and that to De colored black u
put in a bath cf nitrate of iron, wah:d
again, put in a bath of cuich. to civt
hndv. trii.n rlvfl vrith lr-,1 . ...1
scan, w'ashed and softened xrith .Dii, ht.
bath, dried, and twisted. naid in har.lT wit!, k
wooden lever, which is called "swinging."
For colore a hundred or more different I
processes are required. These hankt are
then wound into bobbies, th'-n into ixol3,
C i -rrTu ' ' i "I1-""
box, and 7C4 boxes in a ehioriiiir case, readv I
f,.r il.n vr.rk-t All tho r.rn,,::,,.. '
formed by skilled Hands with tho ereaW
care and precision. It takes about a month
from the time the raw silk goes into the mill
before it is finished rcsuy for tale. '
J. DO TTincii;ai BUS miil U;.re. lOratea ne?r
rfi, . n.v irS!-cTO :1alWS-V8 eup-
BELDING BROS & CO.
ia 9. Bubstential brick buildine, four ptflrire
i,i,.t, l. D.,- K in-,'.i V I .
Ligli, with etono bjecniSDt, 125 leet lon by
feet tride, until a whir 70 bv r2 jt ct. fltiil
tuoiUif,f nnu uio l I , 14 ,U Jll. X lie
water wheel which drive-ij ibis maebinf-rv in
feet in eliamcter and cost nearly 57,(!00.
Dyo Uonsf boiler is cf CO" horee peiwer.
Tbeytlso bavo a wcavincr room where thev
make the finoet aaehca. Ij taken &7-.00i) to
OtOCK ItlCir mill, aud tllpy U 1,000 lb? of raw
ponnd. They eropiov 200 onerativea. ati.1 rn .,
without mtermiatiion from eun to kiiu. Tbtv
have tho products of three milig whie-li
virtually run-in Jlaaefiekl. Conn., mul
nearly a million dollars worth ol sewin
a year. air. A. N. Dal J int?
mo manE-remciii oi inn nr. .
Eockville. The lirm have three wholo-aio
houses, managed, one at 325 15radwv. New
1 1 . T , 1 1 ,i . . ... .
ors, oy jm. ax. ae-iuiuii aua u. V. vvolkI: one
70 Vvestlourth etreet, Ciucinnati, byD.
Ueldiiig; and one at CG and 53 Wabash av
enue, Chicago, by II. II. Bfalding.W. A. Stan
ton and II. O. Alien. Thev have tarnee the
reputation of milking tho best towing silk in
country.and have taken precedence of all
competitora by adhering iDliexib'.v to three
viz.: by selecting the beat, block, usin
beet ekill and machinery in v.orkirg it,
alwsvs representinrr their coeds to be
precisely what they are, in measure, weight,
quality, j. acre aro no ueaa-ueatn in
firm. They are all live men. understand
business thorouchiv. and attend to it
have worked their way from email be
Rinninfra to the front rsnk of ruanulactarcrs
importers and wholesale coalers of bewincr.
aud machine twist in the connirv. Tho
Chicego house sells twice as many poods as
the other silk houses in Chicaco. and has
greatly increased: iu iraao m the lact two
till it now extends aJ over tho North
EAST AND WEST.
at eact notico that tho
railroad accommodations aro fur inferior to
ia tho west. I eaw no railway coaches
to tlioso in tho west, and no HlP'-pintr
equal to those of thn Tullman Palace
blccpuig Car Company. lint
the rrroat metropoIiUn city of the New
Hero uro 1'elt tho vital pulrfe-s of
and commerce. The hurry, aud bustle
activity, and enterprise, ar.d eag: r pur
suit of wealth and pleasure which character
Chicago are here qaickcned and intensi
Brtant & Ktkatton EcsnjEes Issti-
Chicagt is ilia place to learn the tle-
' business, and the Cliioago Courier
business paper of the West. Bryant
Chase are proprietors of both. Write
for items .
Remarkable Case of Petrifaction.
A writer Irom Iieading to tho PitUburg
Christian Radical relates a remarkable and
apparently well-authenticated case of pet
rifaction of a human body:
Mrs. Catherine Hippie died at Monro
via, Kansas, on tho 22d of February, 18GC,
in the C5th year of her age. Sho was bur
ied there on the 21th. Ia December, 18C8,
her husband died at his home in Tremont,
Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, request
ing that his wife's remains be brought and
buried by his side in Tremont Cemetery.
Oa the 'iOth of February, 18C9, throe years
after the mother had been buried, her
grave was reopened, and after the removal
of the covering of the outer coffin it was
discovere d that both coffins were filled
with aSdark colored water, and on raising
ttecoflia to the surface of the earth, they
fcr.nd it !o be remarkably heavy.
The coCia was emptied of the water, and
cn examination cf the body it was pro
nounced by those prascnt completely pet
rified. The eoler cf the face and hands
waf, perhaps, two shades darker than nat
ural, and ec n:twLat resembling a varnished
taifaee. Tho itbiares were as fail and
perfi-ct as when she was alive, so that all
who had known her. and came to see the
remuiu3, instantly recognized the wedl-re-inendwred
countenance. The body re
mained exposed to atmospheric influence
for lour days, in order to ascertain wheth
er any change would tahe place, prepara
torv to its "transportation eastward. No
ehacrro whatever" was manifest The re
mains were roughly handled at all transfer
points, were transferred fourteen hundred
miles by rail, and before the burial at Tre
mont the body was again examined by Jc
Prevost of that place, and found to be
thoroughly petrified, and in tho same con
dition aa it was. when taken out of the
Woman as a Blacksmith.
From the Revolution.
It is & common thing for men, arguing
aguinst the doctrine of woman's rights, to
conclude with 'Oh ! we'd, if you don't
like to remain in the quiet of home, but
will persist ia going out to do tne reugli
work or llTo, you must do so; we won't op
pose you; work on tho roads if you like,
or do blacksmithicg."
It is in vain for us to say, "But we don't
know any women who want to do black'
smithing; if they do, certainly they should
have liberty to practice that art. As soon
03 a woman expresses a desire to vote or to
extend tho field of woman's work, fiht-
inp, road-making, hod-carrying and black
smithing are tiointed out to her as the in
evitable and lit sequence to her proposi
tion. The writer, having been (in consequence
of progressive tendencies) more than once
assigned to blacksmithing as her proper
vocation, takes pleasure in announcing to
any of her sisters who may be thinking of
availing tnemseives of tiiis avenue, gener
ously left open by men, that there is, in
the city of Toledo, Ohio, a woman carrying
cn that business, and making thereby a
A few months eince a card appeared in
one of tho papers, inserted by Mrs. Sie-
be rt, a G'irman woman, to the effect that
she would carry on the trade of blacksmith
ing and wagon-making, practised by Ler
aU-ly electrised Lusband, and bespeakiDg
(or herself the fuvor of his patrons.
She continues the business, and it is ap
parently prosperous, bringing in perhaps
more than day's worts in her own legiti.
mate Vphero" (washing and cleaning)
would have dona
To any wouuu possessed with a strong
lancy for the business of blacksmithing
and wcgonmr.kiug, and iiispircd by this
example to atiempt it, who yet hesitates.
through doubt of her own muscuhir power
1 nd physical ability, we would say that
Mrs. Siebcrt des her work aa women are
accustomed to do many things 'jy proxy
through the Te-presentativo system.
She is the head and manager of tho busi
ness (indeed, it is said she was always so)
having men to execute her orders.
Lii?Ltis brenkinc neon onr iiithwav '
Another apparently insuperable obstacle
has been surmounted. In the example
slid success of Mrs. Siebert, we see how
woman, struggling for a foothold m broael
er pains an entrance into moro remune
rative employments may meet and satisfy
the stern command which confronts her
He a blacksmith.
From the Revolution. One of the Wrecks of Cape Ann.
u longer auue. lo ne-r ear3 some tale of
scr.neial had come, and without seeking an
exnhmation Khe hod rtpeidpd nnnn hor
onnrea n .fT,v,,.,;,ii v,Q. i t
ohnu kOT k, i10,- r
SJ ! ?. lJ a, UB' ec h. F .hf m a kair ?f heJ
head. bn Spirit of intense passion I
seized an axe, and went through my house,
ani broke tip my furniture which cost
three hundred dollars, with the exceDtion
cf a bed, which mr wife purchased
with Lc-r own money. To my acts of pas
ot, j :...
di:l LBte rebuke me; and wnen all was over,
s 1 turned Ircm the tloor the htr.t time, I
told her, after what I had done that night,
could never stay ia Gloucester more, and
never shall, lint in Rnmn rliKtant nlnr-o
among the lakes of tho West, I should try
to earn r.n nosiest living and Kit up a new
t . , , , . K. . .
"onip. x leave tier n uouse wnicu is paid
''?r' two T'"8 Bnd two barrels of "our, bo
slG vlU uot starve; but the little money I
had I took with me." Then taking the
phiin told ring, ho told me he should have
r.r.lMrr.rl arnr it Tnr rn ntl,. K..;nn
conlJ he love h0 tad and once
onff P,i ,lnu-n Iia RlirnlI net fnrmvor.oD tr..
,,-,. ,1 d- l. i .1
" y aa vs. sja, ua. uuuu auvd t,v OAAlAX i
for, said he, "it was the
A correppondent of the Boston Advertiser
going west over theUoston Albany, hap
pened on this homely tale, almost a trage
dy: While sitting on the rear platform of
tne tram, and gazing on the hills and
vallcjs of old Berkshire as they reflected
the morcing beams, a heavy sigh from a
stranger sitting by my side brought me
back to the eartlu My neighbor" was a
strocg, brawny man. with a Scottish ac
cent. Ho said "wud God my hurt was
b'ght as yurs, but pace has gain for ever
more, r.nd what I dud last nicht now makes
my life a curse." Then turning cljso that
I could hear amid tho racketing
cars, he said: "Wad ye listen?" His
story was to the effect that on
Tussday night ho came home from a hard
day s worii as a fisherman in Gloucester,
and, as he entered the door, his wife to
whom he had been married twelve years
ago, witn distam tossed him the wedding
ring, which sho had worn since her betro
thal, and told him hi? presence she could
first lulling out we ever had."
From the Revolution. One of the Wrecks of Cape Ann. No. 28.
Nervous debility, with its gloomy attend-
ante, low Bpirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, toes oi Eea.eD, spermaiarrnrea,
loss ol power, dizzy head, loss of memorv
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo-
ratiiiccptjcino mo. tweutv-eic'it. tinmnrurri
tho most valuable, tzl and potent Cura
tives, iney suiiie at once at tne root of the
matter, totio up the eyetoiu, arrest the dis-
dinrrrea, and impart vigor andensrgy, liio
and vitshty to ths eixtiro man. They have
cured thcn'-antis of cases. Price $5 per pack-
e;b oi eve doxc ai:u a l.-J-ga visl ol powrtcr.
which ia very important in obstinatj crold
caaoe, cr (1 per einlo Los. Bol3 by t!l drug-
ciKts, aaa sent uy mail on roccpt or nnce.
AddreiiB Humphreys tpeeifio Homuophatic
tituieise co., u'z uroaawav, Icw lcrr
htilcsal Ayentt li urnl-arup A tan ScliajcS. Hnrl
bnrt A Edsiill, Chicago, Ilia.; Jeiiks A (loruon, ht.
Ful, M:nn.; Urown, Webber A Graham. Ht. Louis.
nooFLAyn's Gehsian BiTTEas. Wo aro not
tbo habit of lioticing 60-cadcd Patent Med'
lciues; out wo nave no Hesitation iu coin-
meiidicg this vaiuablo liittrrs to the public.
is coinpoded eI none but the purest and
ingredient, and tho thousands of tcati
nionials to its efiieacy, leave no doubt tht it
the rucet valuable spec-ih: known fur the
of Diseases of tho Liver, general Dcbil
fevers, and compnunta arising irom a
Disordered Sc-maeb rgus, Albany, N. 1".
This Sitters is entirely lrco from all intoxi
Hoofland'h Gcuu.vx Tomo ia a combina
of all tho ingredients of the littunl
pure ania cruz lium, orange, anise
making a preparation of rare medical
Om readers caonottoo care fnllv read the
.idvtTtifement'Tubular Kerosene Lanterns.''
lantern is really a wonder.
aha Tome i ufled for tho ascie die-
the Litters, in cases where 8on.e
lo SiimninaiB- neceesary.
Hall's Tkoetatle Sicilian JIaib Kekew-
is a i-pie-ndid dret-giiitr for the hair. Ko
like it, Tiy it and judge lor yourselves.
The Cthjatj) xaaii Lane or Bteamehics loava lATTP
weekly from hew York. Liverpool and
Qaeenstovra. Agents in all the principal
ot tho northwest. 8. Do we, Oeneial
Teatern Asent. Ko. 2 Lake etreet, Chicaeo.
KoETDWisTEnw HoiusE Naix, Co.. mannfac-
of Tatont Hammered Iioree Nails.
C8 West Van liurcn street. I'actory 5G
09 vf et van uarcn etroct corner Clinton
WHo.that has seen a dangerous disease ar
rested by an abk- pLy?iciaa or a good medicine
but valued botn t JjO " your jauinv pujei
ciaa to whom you owe so many escapes from
achoa and ails, or Dr. Ayer's inimitable rem
edies: his Karsapsi ill that renewed yoar
vitality or Cherry Pectoral that cured a paia
ful cough, or his Ague Cure that expelled the
freezing ague and burning fever from your
blood. Who that has been relieved by any of
these Asrcucies but feels grateful for thtm
ali jBangirr lve.
Chapi-ed Hands, Face, Hough F.kin, Pim
ples, Kiugworm, Salt llVcum, and U other
cutaneous affections cured, and the Skin
made Eoft and smooth, by using the Juniper
Tar Soap, made by CASWELL, HAZARD &
CO., New York. It is moro convenient and
eacilv applied than other remedies, avoiding
the tront.lo cf the grea-y compounds now in
uso. Bold by all dru saints.
HxjELEtrr & Edpall's, leading wholaeali
dmggiats of tho Northwest, corner Lak
streot acd Wabaxh avenue. Chicago.
Jevse.V Aemixi, importers aud dealors in
Artints' Material'", and leading Fresco Paint
ers or th9 Wc&t, 152 and 154 i?. Clark etreet
TniBAixs, Shirk & Whitehead, 212 Lake
street.Cliicago, manufacturer of stovex; also
18 sizes and atyles of Farmers Feed Roile-rs
and iStcaraT.j. '
Look to Your Children Diarrheei. dys
entery and rummer complaint are cured by
Mrs. W hitconib'd Symp, wiu jh is sold for
cents a bottle. Bee aaveriiwemeut.
To avoid anxiety in sickness and in health.
be insured in iho Washington Luc Insurance
Company, of New York.
See advertisement of Dr. JJutta Dispensa
ry, headed. Hook for the Million Makki '.ok
Guide in another column. It bhould be
read by ail.
James H. Foster .t Co., 131 Lakcflreet,
Chicago, importers of breech-loading tbot
guns and implement.
New Yoek has an offal nuisance in the
bay, as well as plenty of awful nuisances in
(Ti l l 60
& 6 CO
0 1 06
(i t C 5
(a 26 M
Beft Cattlb Fair to Prjine $11 60
llooa-Live 12 00
Sherp Fair to Prims 4 00
Cottos Middling .,.
Floob Kxtra Western.. 6 20
Wheat No. a Kprinx 1 el
Corn Western Mixed...... Til
Oats Western 45
Htb Western Si
8aiii.kt 1 0
Pobk Ma-8 20 if.
( 8 00
6i 6 IM
A 6 60
dD 5 00
M 3 50
(a) 9 CO
t-4 6 0
('A C 75
Eeeves Choice f S 53
Prime 7 IH)
Fair Uradea 00
Stock Cattle t.omraon 3 75
Inferior......... 3 00
Hons Live 4 1
SiiKRf Live Good to Cioice. .. 2 60
buTiEH Choice ... 2!
Kiwi" Fresh 15
Fix.ua White Winter Extra 6 50
8pritifr Extra 4 60
WnEATa-Spriug, Ko. 1 if" 93!,
No. 2. Wii
COEK No. 2 4 67.4
Oats No. 2 334's) 34
Ryk No. 2 M
Bablkt No, 2 95 (& 1 00
Poke Mims, New 28 L0 (d-:7 0
Lard 10 17
P.EEE Cattle $ 3 no ffl
Hons Live -0 (;10 60
Sheep Live 2 t.0 (4 6 10
Vlovu. Family 6 f-0 $ 5 75
Whkat-UoU 1 e8 M1IJ
Conn 70 til 71
Oath , S2 42
11ari.it 1 10 1 15
PonK-SIeas ?7 0 ($27 60
LaJ&o... 1&4 16
Beet Cattle Choice. .. $0 5-1 7 SO
Good lo Prime.... 4 CO int 6 00
Boat Live 8 60 (mU u)
Phekp Coed to Tboice 2 75 (a 6 0
Fixiuu Spring XX... 6 25 5 80
Wbut No. 2 Led 1 Oil 4 1 05
Coim.. C2 d 70
Oat 29 d 40
Rtk It (fi 75
UAr.tET 1 05 (2 1 12 X
Pons Mess 2" W 28 00
Lakd..... 15.l.iJ 1G
ECVS Choice $ 8 00 850
Prime 7 lJ W 8 00
Fair Grades C 00 4 G 60
Medium 4 25 $ 5 60
Stock Cattus Common 3 75 (o 4 "5
Iulc-riur 3 e0 (n 3 60
IIoos Uve 0 CO M10 00
Sheup Live Oood to Choitso... 2 00 ( 0 IK)
Hutteb Choice 22 25
Foos Fn-Rh 13 r 15
FLorm White Winter Extra oo (at 0 25
Epriiii; Lxtra 6 t'H (oi 6 60
Wheat hpriutr. No. 1 D7 !9
- !to,l...-..r.T.T. v-nrt
Coas No. 2 t3 i c-2
Oats No, 2 &4 T6
Ete No. 2 CO 70
Eablet Good 1 CO p 1 01
Pout Mess Now 2d 00 6i23 0
Lard a i:
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I wholesale dealers in Si raw (;mHls. Millinrv. Whii.
Uoods, Hosiery, eiloves and Fancy t.oodj.
PAPER AND RAC3.
AFM, Itl.TI.KIt A: CO., Dealers in Paper,
J Printers' Stock. Ac Cas'i nnid for 'Ihim a- mnA
H Mate street, Chicagq
A A. A.
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The l-orl' I'rim-r Ifrlnrr. Four ai.ra. 6:liu.
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14 orriera in two days; another in four dats. a third
I 7 in a day and a halt, and whim "rimnip woil ... j:
orders daily." Ministers with a little spare time, and
urisuani geneially. can do good, and make money.
Ladies succeed admirably, f'nvale instructions n
A cants. TItlJBSHAW A MU. 1.1. It R Knli.n ..
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P P P P f
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t'-TON it C'f., Agents for tne Patented
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t Monroe St., Chlrnjio, III.
A Book for tho Million,
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tones and rrmttnnm - " ' . ;. .
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preserving the complexion. 4c
fnis is an intflreAting worn of two hnndnut and twentv.
lour pages, with nomemn encravings, and contains
valuable information to those wna are marriaH nrnon. I
eniDlata tnarnnr.. attll it - i i. .v.. l.. i. 1
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, - ,. hvim, o. iai. r.ignm or
rw- Not ire to the Afflicted and rnfnrtunftte.
Lei ore adtiu int. tsi th. nnilv,.. . . , , . I
in pnbiic papers or naicg any ynacg Kfmkjhes,
pemse Ir. Kuua' wnrlc. rw r..t.. i... . i: 7 I
n.iw aepiorable your crndition.
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k.ivri. . . " . rs, otcce, lo. is .
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STOWI. 1,1, A i4.
e ibarl mn Maa
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
T.HE GREAT SGQTHI'jQ RErVIEaY.
Mr jrw. Coiic .,d nriPiDg mi ivire
liltromb'g Bowois .od fucitiutes ttev
tSyruii. fprocess of leething. ) Onta.
llr. (SnlMlCAa l 'r.n...lc, ..11
WTiilcoinb'e overcomes all diseases inci-V
IHi-m- f(?nree DiarrhjM iw 4 1
ITtiitrnmb'a and Summor (Jomplaict in
is tbe Great Infant' and Uhildnn. kin. :.,
in ail disorders brought en by Teething or any
ITeparedby tbe liKAl-TOV MKDIOINR OO.. St.
i. mo. ooia 1
I by Druggists aad Dealers in Med'icins
Horace Water. 4SI Rrondwar, IS. Y.
diioao of ONK HIINDRKD PIANOS, MKIA
DKON.S, and OKOANSof au tirat-elaaa makora. inclnd
OnicBonna a ron s, at kitbf.mfly low pbiokh.
cuutu, imiu.Nu zhu auniu, or will uka from So
DMOtblr until Pk lyr
Strietare of the Branchial Tabe, Dropsv of the
Heart, Tumor internal, even ovarian, have been un
doubtedly cured by
llow ereat the cemfoit to have a a9ocitine eonh.
to have sharp paius of the chest, qneer creepinc lonsa.
tiom around the heart cured br the tiroplo remedy cf
a oinan, flexible, entirely unobjectionable plaster. Pot
internal tumor, considered of a fatal character, are
a'so cured by this mild aid innocent application.
which, actlnc like a second (km, prodaocs a steady
pressure, by which, absorption, resulting in ease at
once, and ultimata cure is obtained.
We have now testimonials fiotn physicians and
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS
have cured paralrsis, local rheumatism, spinal tffje
tions, pains of the side, dueased spleen, irritation ar.d
nervous affections of the bowels, tio douloareax. en
largement of pulmonic arteritis, gout, asthma, croup,
kidney aC-ctions, fractures, brnisos and sprains,
neoraUia and neivous affect ions of a local character
lumbago, sciatica, weslc back and crick of the back cr
qeck, hooping cough, heart affections, pionmy, his
toric?, cold-, varicoso veins, weiebt about tho dia
phragm, h-avy faaiing about iha lungs and bert, ia-tert-al
adiiesions. The Porous Pla.tvrs are sa d to
accumulate electricity upon the paxt upon which tho;
are app'ied, and that by wearing one or more co ds
Thej seem to be appreciated by physicians.
For two years I have been a great mlTor.-r from neu
ralgia in the hsad, and found ouly trioprary relief
from all the various remedies that 1 Lave tried, until I
applied oae of Alioock's Porous PlaMor 1 cut it into
theo strips, pjscing one under cash shoulder blul?,
and the ol her over the small ot the back, and fur the
past three months I have had scarcely a twinge of the
I advise all who suffer from norvom diseases to lese
no time in making a trial of the wonderful Porous
P attar. A. F. STICKLING,
Sec. hisgor Mig Ca
New Y0CE, June 8, lSt&
Pain of the Side Cured.
Messrs. T. Allc-tox A Co. :
l)EAa Sins My daughter nsed one ef your rorous
Plasters. be had a vory bad pain in her sido, and it
cured her in ono week. Yours traly.
JOil-S V. N. 1IUNTKIL
Iufi animation of tin
Tho-jas ALLCOCK i Co., Sing Sing-Por yean I
have suffered from inflammation of the kidcejs; my
physicians gave me little relief, and I ni&vadabout like
an eld man bent down by years of suiforiDg. At length
your Porous plasters were recoinmonded to me. I
applied one toeach kidney, and the relief was imme
diate. I wore them for thirty days, when my back and
kidneys were perfectly we'L and 1 was onco mote able
to walk erecL I think the half of the virtues of your
Platters yet nmain to be told, bnt should anyone
wih to hear thereof I shall be pleased to tell of my
experience. I am yours, respoctfully,
THOMAS J. JACKSO.V,
22jJ Kaat Thirty-secend street.
Severe Ccuglx Cured.
letter from the Ilev. Dr. lieattie.
Ecoicbtows. Orange Co., N. Y., Oct. 20, ISoi
Tnotf as Allcock A Co., Sing Sing:
Yonr Porons Pias'era are a great blessing. My
daughter Isibella had whooping couch some twelve
months since; when tno sover.ty of tho disease bad
abated she stiU for six months had a dial reading conh.
and became very weak and thin. Finding internal
remedies of no avail an Allcock' Porous I'lwter was
applied to her chest. The cough was relieved from
the day it waa pat ou, and in one month was tntirel?
cured. I am yours, tru'y, l). BHATTliC
Sad Sruise Greatly Helieved in a
Mr. C. writes Back severely brnlaed; could not
movo without pain; could neither walk nor sit np;
applied Mniment, arnica, to ; no relief; finally placed
two Porous Plastsrs uver the part. In little while
my wife inquired if I found any help. I rep lad : The
plaster or something makes me totter, for I have no
pain. I sat np in bed astonished ; proceeded to get op ;
did so; dressed, and in three hoars trora putting the
plasters on was writing in my ofTi je free from pain.
Being so much benotitted, I give sou permission to re
fer to cia as to the qtulitios of AUcock's Porous
cure of a Badly Crushed Srcast.
GEXTLOTEt In December, 113, my breaU bone was
crushed and badly injured by being stru k by a boavy
spar. I was taken home senseless, who:o for weeks, I
lay at tho point of death. My doctor cco!d do but
little lot int. and 1 suffered continual pain. The doc
tors thought a blister plaster would help me if put on
the breast, but I thought I would try instead, AlicocW'r
Porons Plaster. I put one oa my breast and sido, and
Iroovtbaf time began to got botlcr. and ia ono month
I was well, free from pain, and al!e to attend to my
tuinera. Any one can call acd see my bieost, and
will Uiotr them a madorn miracle of cure.
J. K. BUCK.
Ko. 2 South Fifth etreet, Wdhamsburg, L. L
Tnov.ts Axlcock A Co.
Important Letter from 33r, Samuel
Bard, Governor of Idaho.
WASHISGTOX, April 2, ISTit
Mers ALLTOCS A Co:
Your Porous Strengthening Plastora have proved of
the greatest service to me. Home time since I was
troubled with violent rheumatic or neuralgic ptins in
both my arms. They gradually grew worte and
approached the heart. Finding nothing I applied gave
me relief, I tried your Porous Plasters, which 1 wore
for two months. The pains ceased almost immediately
and I have had no pain since. As an external remedy
yonr Plait ors are incomparable, I have recommended
them to many of my friends in the city of Atlanta, Ca.,
where I reside, and they are loud in their praise, the
Plasters having proved equally useful in their cases as
in mine, SAUt'KL BARO,
Late Editor Atlanta (Ga.,) Daily New Brx
Sciatica acd Rheumatism.
SEAsmg House, Rockawat Beach, Sept 1, 1W9.
Heesrs. Allcock A Co., Sing Sing:
GlNTLESfKK Yonr Plasters have wonderful quali
ties, and every traveler should have them by him. Sly
guests give groat accounts M their efficacy. Some
cured of coughs; some of rheumatic pains; some ot
severe pains in the breast, side and back. In sciatica
and kidney affections their application is equally suc
cessful. I myself was attacked with ssvere pain in
my loft kidney. I was in agony for twenty-four hours.
At length I applied one of your Plasters. The pain
soon began to abate, aod in the course of a few hours
was entirely removed. I send you thi that yoa may
publish it if jon think well I am yours,
A. D. FAILTXR,
Proprietor ef the Seasido House.
BRANDRETH HOUSE, NEW YORK.
Plaster Work?, Sing Sing.
SOLD BY ALL. DRUGGISTS.
We MInH onr IIoiHph. It wonld ha r.ttn.i
endeavorlo repair a watch with aebisel and a nicliia
hammer, as to attempt to remedy the derangement of
delicate ore-ana of difettura ami iuw--..ti.m .ii.
(Iras tio cathartic. In Taukamt'i kFr-gsvEscrNr
Sr.LTr.rn Al'KKlKNT. are combined, in rin r.mii.i.n
tilt, ioeredienta rauuired u relievM th ) rF.n
obstruction, invigorate the stomcch, regulate the
quantity and improve tbe quality of the rail nc juice
tbe bile, and neutralize au acid nuiiar th.t
la the circulation.
bULi 11 Y ALL DRUGGISTS.
AKKGDLAR GRADUATK OP MKDIOINF.fi
a diploma at olhi-n will Rhiw. h.. hmn inn..A. ii
ieunasou in ioe iroatment of veneral. ISexnal and
Private Disease than any other physician in
,,8l"h. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictnre, Orchitis,
Hernia and Hnolurx. all I fhn.n li, ..,.
SyphilUo or Meixureal Afiiclions of tne Throat,
akinorbonesaretrtiatd witn nniunlciuiuinru.
Spermatorrhea, SexaalDebiuty and Impoteocy,
as tne resmt of self aoaao in voutn. sexual eicMi.11
in matnrer years or other causes, and wbicb pro- 3
dace some ot tci fnlimvinv - if u-r . . ,.... 1 -1
emissions, blotcOes, debility, dizrinea,diinnos 01 H
to society of females, loss of memory aod aexaai
power, and reodarina marriage improper, are
Tbe boctor'sopporttmitieain hospital and nrrvate
pracuoe are nnaurpasaea in ooicago or any ot tier
Jcily. liack tileaoi Cbicago papers prove that be has
been located there longer by years than any others
auverrisiiig. Tne estabiisnnient, library, labratory
and appointments are nnrivaled in tbe West, un
surpassed anywhere. Age, with experience, can be
relied npon, and tbe doctor can refer to many phy
sicians throughout the country. In past succb-m and
present position he stands wit houl a competitor.
Ths Writings of a Physician wIiokc repu
tation la I'nion-vride should be
Bocron Ouv nnblifhM a KEDIOAT. PH. a
PliLKTreUtingtovenereal diseases and tbedi-aa- H
trous and varied consequences of self-abu.e. that 3
win do sent to any address in a sealed envelope for U
ItWOStamna. Alanv Dbv.ieian intmdne imi i.ni,
1'oBtoraiierreaoing nianenical 1'ainphlet
Communication confidential. A friendly talk will
cost you nothing. Oriice central, yet retired
ia lux Washington street. Chicago. Hours y 1 v
Warranted nnra. oalatabla. and to .i.li
pr6min rvdedAt. 5 u- '. tb iiimoit
Kan-and Ubicaco City I air. lArcest Work in
United fttryjtbUahl N uflAS (V K
nuuuniw JV Mill a l DIMS wirMl UlUCAfSX
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVER.
Dr. "WALKER'S CALTFOBITIA
IIuiidrod3 of Triousanda
Ecar tftlmony to their Wonder
ful Curativo Kffi-fts.
1 -si WHAT
i. e o oe E
; k s . p s B
ail V : HE
2 m V' -; -X .Zil, i.ti' 5 5."
G Ah-xiar fas
TTIEY AKE NOT A VILH
Made of Poor Ram, Whiskey. Proof Spirit
and IIcfiiHO Liquorn doctored, spiced and sweet
ened to please the taste, called Tonics," "Appt tix
ers," " Restorrre,'' Ae that lead tho tippler on to
druakenncf a and ruin, but arc a truo Medicine, made
from tlio Kativc Hoots and Herbs of California, frt-e
fro-.n all Alcoholic Sliuiulaiit.t. They arc tlio
fJREAT DLOO'I PI RIF1EII; and A LIFE
;IVIX(J PRINCIPLE a perfect Renovator and
Invlroratorof the Sjsteir.,carrjiijofrail poisonous
matur and restoring tho blood to a healthy condition. 1
hi) person can tafo these Hitters accorains to direc
tion ar.d remain Iop.k unwell.
J?100 will be given for an incnralile caso, provided
the bones arc not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital arL'Si rested beyond the
point of repair.
For Inflammatory anil Chronic Rhrama
tlMm and Goaf, Dyspcpuln, or Indication,
Uillous.Rcinittrnt and I ntcriiiitlrnt Frvern
DiieaneM ofthclllood, Livrr, Kidney and
Bladder, these Uittcr liava been most success
ful. Such Uiaoasott arc caused fcy Vitiated
Illoot! .which Is generally produced by derangement
of tho Disottfivc Orcans.
DYSPEPSIA Oil IXOI(3FSTION, nsad
ache. Pain in the ShonldcrCoughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Soar Kructatlons of tho Stomach,
Bad taste la the Month, Ulliouj Attacks, ra!pltation
Of the Heart, Inflammation ot the LunKS.Palntntha
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, ore the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate tho tor
pid liver and bowels, wlilc'a render them of unequalled
efflcacy la clennsing t:io hi jod of all impurities, and
Imparting new life and vi-e: to the whole system.
FO R SK I N D l!?H. ES, F.-uptions,Tctter, Salt
Ehuem.Blotclies, Spot:, Pimples, Tustules, Eolls.Car
buncles, PJssj-Vorms, Scald llead, Sre Eyes, Erysip
elas, Itch, Scurfs, Diseolorations of tho S:;In, Humors
andDiscaieBor the Skia.of a-hatiiveruamcornaturc,
are literally dnnp and carried out of the system In a
short time by the usj of the! ni'vters. Ono bottle in
inch cases win coavlnco the mot Incredulous of their
Cleanse tho Vitiated Tilood whenever yoa find Its
Impurities burstlagthronjjh the skin inl'implrs.F.mp
tions or Eor3 ; cleanse it when yon find it obstructed
and slajjdlsh la tho veins ; cleanse it whe-n It U foul,
and your feeling's v.-;ll telly ou when. Keep the blood
pure and the health of tha sy.teni a-ill follow.
PIN, TAP.E and ether WOR3IS, lurkineln the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For f.ill directions, read carrfully
tho circular nronnd each bottle, printed in four lan
gua.cea EaIUli, Genuan, French and Spanih.
J. WALKEIt, Proprietor. K. II. McDON ALD A CO,
Druslsls and Gen. Agents, Baa Francloco, CaL,
and 32 and 31 Commerce Street, Ilea- Yori.
WSOI.D TIT ALL PT5FC.GISTS AND l)E.VLEIi3.
AIK.'N suffennir from Aervooa Uebihtv.
Ilecav. Si f AlilA- la. annl In.
ussTinsrujji. i nre cure. never fat L iCiluriv maiL
Warrant. Ariffrsas lw SaWO 47 lASaileSt..ObicaKO.
T Bj "ST IT
rz " - -T v
Wc are now the Sole
Proprietors of Vie above
None genuine unless
the Registered TRADE
MARK and OFFICIAL
SEAL of this Company
appears upon every Bot
tle. l MAY, 1866. J
V 2) o-JJ
We are also MANU
FACTURERS and SOLE
DORM'S STOFMGH BITTERS
ROBACTS BLOOD PURIFIER-
Ths abovo Prepara
tions arc for Sale by all
Druggists and Patent
TT CI TVnn-nr.TftrtTnr
U..0. nypuiati) if.
CUTCHTITATL OHIO. '
" 16.000. innnn -a
.uf v a v
7" 4 Vrrril ni vt .
..ii-if-VAiifliiS( AliKSTR for W I
now anu infMrmr l'it..a.l-1 L'..:i iiii.i
pmnaced m.t ad imdoom nt a -nini imi x, . r..n I
wf pJalL It U th Lm-L Family Hihte in Ui
j -rrprtvn tmitf. Tbe lumt liberal
MMtH. Jnr fitli partirnUr. with Mlofcae.
1 t U!1)DC6 SC. PtMlKlRluflta.
PHVS10IN H-RITK-S: ! woald pot hwiit.t
recommend HKFN M ALT KXTH APT in n-rl
cum of UK5AL OB (iKXKRAL DKhlLIT
aiaally prefer. he mtik purh, r?f twfy, d jT
xniTra ""- U'J in sum CWfll, in TO BSDOfl Of
jndiciotis nhymnao, it ruijrtit tq ANhWrH a BKtt H
IU"U 'in j ni'. r.n BR tf TUB lUFFJUtl T
a. naa..mj-a- a Ul nn l. K IV.
H,1 BY ATXORPOfUsTS AND ;kocWl
TAKItANT A- I O.,i7s i i ren v"ci fit?, NY.
bOIJt AOKNTS FOB USITKO STaTOg. FtJJ
KY lKV-A never failinr enr for Uncor
rlioea. A aura preveotiva enre far all retoni ko.
r cimDlamt of tbe inncnv aiiMiru
OU KMIOAL WOKKl, BuBaio N?
A Llnlmnt for Man cd Beaat, 37 years In use.
3old by aii Drugplgu. Large bottles, il.fcO: Med
lam, 50 eta, ; Small, 25c
la pood for Rhonmatism, Chilblains, Corns,
Whitlow, Cased llreasts. Sore Nipples, Cramps,
Boils, Bites of Animals, Weakuess of the Joints.
Contractions of the Uuseles, Burns and Scal.U,
Frost Biles, Paint ill Nervons Affections, Chappy
Hambi, Lame Back, Pain in tbe Side, swellings.
Tumors, Tooth Ache, Old Sore. Kemorhoids, or
Piles, Flesh Wounds, Galls of all Kinds, hprains,
A . A
Brnisos, Cracked TJeeti, Rint Bone, Poa Evil,
Windvalls, Callous, !S(iavin, Hwemey, Fistula, &it
fast, Fxternal PotaouH, rcratt-hes or Crease, Striue;
halt, Hand Cracks. Larueneeii, Htraina, Koini-len U
Feet. aUnKR, Uorn Distemper. Uari;, t iu Cows,
tracked Team. Feet liot ia bhra-p, ami many otlier
diseases incidental to Man and least, Th:rty-seen
years belore the Aiuurieaa lubLio. AdauteU to
family nso. Havin-j been often solicited U prepare
this Celobrated Oil free from siain, to he used aa, a
ciimmoo Liniment by families, we liav at ieu-th
sueceeded in extroctiuj; the coloring proix-rne
wiiich hive heretofore reedered it objection-able.
This Oil possesses the t llicient priiH'ii.Ica of thai
prepared with the dark tinre, and will be found to
bo oae of the be t Ko m edits for alaic all purposes
Uial has ever been before the public. But lor ani
mals, iu all cases, nso tbo other kind, ar.d always
get a half-dollar or dollar bottle, to have cuor.u to
be of much service. V-Beforo iieiusr, slrake, the
bottle. Engiitili and Uermaii Aitiiauacs, Vsdo
Het nms. Show liills, Fosters and Circulars will be
forwarded free, upon application by letter.
From ilwara. Vf. K. Warner Co., "West Oecr?:ia
Vl, Nov. 29, 1857. Wo coiit-ider Jour turnlH:g''jjl
as staple an article sa we have iu our stora, and as
snre 10 sell as tea or sne,ar. We never have sohl a
bottle, that we kuow ef, that has not yiveu perfoct
Almanacs arid Cook Boos sent free from tli
ofaee iu Lockpdrt, N. Y.
From IToti. Nathan Liudsey, C'onntv Judire of
Shelby Co., Iowa, d!cd li:iau. April 13, lSoJ.Ii
is dt-eideuly iirelerred to aiiy other Liniment sola
iu this section.
From L. S blottnisD, Rotuid Tor. Favette Co..
Texan, Feb. 16, IHti'i. lam now lulling lucre ol
yonr UarxliiiR Oii than any otlier Liniment, and al!
who have nsed iu pruuouute It ''the boat thiu
Onr reputation havinj been established over 31
years in Lockport, N. Y-, and thmnubont tbe coun
try, we do not deem it necessary to resort to using
reference, and, in fact, we know and feel to think
of no use in our business; bnt as there are a few
who are more or lesa prejudiced against tbe pro
prietors and manufacturers of I'atcnt Uemedies,
we subjoin the following references as to the quali
ty of the Oil, our responsibility, fair dealing and
Ho. JOHN VAN HORN. Mayor City of Lockport.
LION A. F. EKOWiV. Ka-Mascr.
How. J. JACKSON, Jr.. Ks-Major, Oitj oi Loekport
Hon. H. (iAKU.NKR.kuntv .lu.lne. " '
Hon. RCKOWLr V, f-"i StateSeoator, "
llN. ii. I. USKIJiT. Kx- ooctv JuiIks. "
K MANN, SbenlT Niagara tlountr, "
NI4CAKACO. AATJ.ltA.NK, "
NATIONAL KXOHANtiK HANK. -HKT
NATIOMA I. B ANK,
r. M unit AX. surrogate,
M. SOUTHWORTH, Pist. Atty, City of Loctport
A. SPA L'l. Ill Ni 1, Postmaster.
WM. Mu t'l'Ll.l .M, U IJ., "
B. liOl l.D M. D
T. CI.AKK. M. D.. "
JOHN Kcxrl K,!. 1 "
r. KIM 11 If" at. !..
N. PAI.Me-Tt. M. D.. "
US.bTKV KA.S. "
W. O. WISNKT?. Cit.of LnclDOrt-
J. lfc BKNMTr, "
lll'lili Mri.llot.I.ANO, "
BU1UAAM VOUJili, l're Salt I -aaa. Hub.
Manufactured at Lockport, N. Y.,
0TEB 150,000 sold
year; demand thin srason
more than FIVE TOES
heavy. The great superi
ority of the Tubnlar Is
From less Oil it
twice the light of any
Lantern; Its Globe
smoked let la a month
than others are In an tvrn
lnj; it saves encngh la
and Globes to pay for Itself In a single winter;
cannot be made to hesf or take fire sa all other
Kerosene Lanterns often do, and hence Insurance
men aire It their anqualiiled approval. It is as
as the best Lard Oil Lantern, and sires three
thelisht at one-fifth the cos!. Vi lml and motion
improve its bnrnin?. For sale by all dealers.
Made by CHICAGO BA.VF'Q CO., Chicago, III.
For the Great Scbscriptien Book of the Season,
PALACE ATTD E07EL, or
PHASES CF LQHDSI. LIFE
Fometl-.imr new, sr-icy. and nocoaipetition. Anvbcdr
can sell it ; everybody bnys it. I'ecriptive t'ircalar.
Sample Paces and trmsot Areocv-nr. free n apiili.
catiou to L'NION PI" P.I.I.! 1 ft..
to t n-.liitiKton !t ( biraso.
.'. "t,1" isysggjg jl-
ItlS STANDARD! i B.
K Jraf:, iS-liiiii jaawssi . wm. Mi.- l;'.j
sV 9 I I r-- 1 -4-- ae 41 I ,,
WARRANTED ALWAYS RISHT.
liiv an1 Stock Scales put op in any part of tbe
country without extra cbarg e.
IT WILT, PAY to send fnrrnir I!ln-ralpd Cir-il.in
Sole AKent fr Turk.r's Piitntt Alnrm ,Ioiie
llrn wt-i the oni reliable prutection aKainsl'-'l ia-
fOKSYTH SCALE WORKS,
179 r a'tn street. e-hica
3 1 4 iii Maiket St . ht Loiis, Mo.
UiAllT Walnat SL, Cincinnati. O.
PHILIP WADSWOBTH& CO.,
' JOBBKRS O?
Si3SLak3 St., Chicago, EI.
Onr stocV is complete for the Fall trade, and the
largest in tbe W 94a.
v - ;. l
Kine vcr.r3 bcro
QBE THE BEST.
atifl no prcparutlca for the Lair lias
ever been protlaceil equal to IlalFi
" Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ienever,,
and eyery bones dealer will say it
gives tli3 best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY ILAIK to its original
color, cradieatincr ar.d frcveiitinp'
uandrniT curing J3ALDXESS and
promoting tne grovrtn 01 tne nair.
Tlio gray anl brasby bair by a lev
applications is changed to i;!:.ck ar.. i
silky locks, and wayward hair wiil
assume any shape the wearer tlesiros.
It if? the cheapest HAIii DRESS
ING in the world, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the giaiuls to
furnish tlio nutritive principle so
necessary to tho life of t'u? hair. It
gives the bair that splendid appear
ance so much admired by all. By its
tonic and stimulating properties it
prevents tho harr irom lulling our,
and ncne need bo without Nature's
ornament, a good head of. hair. It is
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and we assure the thousands who
have used it, it is kept up to its
original high standard. Onr Treatise
on the Hair mailed free; send for it.
Sdlbj aU Drarrj'sts crA Dealers in Medicines.
Price Oao Dollar Per Eottio.
CCCK, COBURN & CO.,
Gal Agents for Uorth-stcni State
87 Dearborn St.. Cpicr.o. HI.
n -? rr?,
r1 1. 1 1
ev3 Pi F.7f-5a5
&aki til aIbu
Very f-w pi-rfons tliink a-isen Uiey l re
a tine smtof Iiairof tno very ;re:it iinH.
t.iiiee of cuitiatmj it in tin ir yontti.
Not.'iinfr ena 1m; more beetimiii-; or !i-cirsr
Lie mold ath:ina fine full Ni !Tof H III".
in order to Hi :!rc tlii", vear h:iv- lu-i-n
spi-ut by Da. I'haIfant in perfeetin-r tlii
v:im.ih!; .trtieli-. it contain i 0 M LI' til !!!
Mfitli LKinr.' 0 .UfWtOL!!! Sit
i'tHKO.MUH lOLDiaMi JMliKHi!!! I'-
burn and ilestruy the ver-.- dciieato root cf
it is IT KELT VECETAr.r.E-cnrf.itns
the oti.'v ve'eUbie oil cvertiiscovercii tii:it
1 ini'ini'ii ti.T Liijnb.i a:iu
iluxnriaut l-iek cf llnir. It is tleiiratelv
IMrluiiiii! ::h the pwertu of most fragrant
I llnvvern. Thij) .wir!e i fivtn.-l ia the lar-.-n
I Cities on almost every toilettee. but mm o
!es;)'e;:si!y nimint: tho moro f.iMl.i.irtihli
irlassiM, as it has proved to be the only Hr
jlieiotlint will reiatu tl;o Hair in piwitina
a:iy 11 ihtiii l luiic tiuer iirej-KiiiL.-. inn
used bv li:!if!' llnir Drt--M-rs Riiil U:r!era
RtnM the leadin j' Hoft-U of the rnmitrv.
it noes three ti men a f.-irns aitoholie srti
eles. Alcohol nrerKirriiinii fro.Tt the nsttl-
jr.il host of the lieaU evaporate- ami leave
jtbe Hair parched and dry. I'riee 0 cts.
I cixcr, c: lpix 4 cc rror'rH'tors
1 1 SOLI) 12 Y ALL, UI1LGCISTS.
CrtO A pro. V.HK Yar. 10 Urrcnhoa,
Km it Afl'I fTnmiiPTit&l 'IV nix, Narfory Sfwt, Fver
iWDi. Koofirmrts, Hrtlo riaut, ThI-k, !yaclnt.
Orr'r, Ijl'. 'o!o-ri Iroit nr1 Flower Pla' Al
WhoWo anJ KetaiL Snd 'it crs. dr Cmtalom
K. K. PIKKNtX. lilvocunictoa. IIL
IIannfacrrrrcr3 cf EPAULDITTC-'S
Patent Iiisertcd Teeth S uv-a.
IfOU SAU: AT THEIR "WAREnOI-'SKS,-
214 - I 116 & 118 I KO
Tine Street, Carontleh t St.
ST. LOUIS. ISF.W ORLKAN8
raHK WKt'KKTJ K 111 XII I -HvKII.KI.
A Medical I reatieeof thirty two paces, sent pra-
oa receipt O' to inree emit prauin ata-nue.
M. ii. I.A UROIX, Albany. K. Y.