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Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
Them hmJubl pills are trofalrhw loth on r of all
dom pejntal and d&rict-roos (Iimmm to whioh Um
female ooauptatntiAn m mltuut l h awwwiat.e. .11 .
TO MARRIED I .A I) I KM
Tho an partiottUrir saited. They will In a short ttmc
bring oa the monthly period with recalanty: and
ajthonjrh very powerful, oontxin nothin; hurtfnj to the
oonsutotion. In ail nanrni nf NHnmi nH Sn.n-J A Km.
tions. Pains in the Back aad Limbs, fcatiroecm atirat
a.i-rwn. rvpfuuoi uw umn, iiymonea ana
V hites. the will effect a ear whn mil nthm- mum
bare taiiei. Tbe pamphlet aroord soon package baa
toll direction and advice, or wUl be seat In to ail
wnunc lor H, aeaied from otissrvatioa,
Jf fWr Am Ctarkm PtmaU Fills a
OoryTKHTOTIIX Ttt Mniw tWt th mamte of
MOSES" an ror rwluvi AlioHunarewnrtki.
N. B. In all um wher the GKWUiNa enniset be
ootained. One ioiiar, with fifteen cents for pomace
evinced to the anle proprietor. .1 B MtiSKK, In Oort
landt treet. New York, wiU innare a bottle of Uw fmm
fm oantaininc r iTty Pitts, by return navV
roa any hoowUwago of i f contenta
CTTBJ2 THAI COUQH.
USE THE BEST REMEDY
fcrery day brine r4rooe proof of the Great Value
Head the rcllowinff.
BKLnroif. OzAnncr Co.. Wnt., Aw. In,
Meaara, J. ft. ii.Kt.i A tJioeinnati. I hK -
fJVw- J have 8uHred with a erna and rauiDC ni
Bhlerax for mint v-ra. I trot so WAak I eonld not walk
i baveen.wed fmvwral I tor-tors to attood m, bat
receiver 10 neneut or reiiaf. hour Afni, sir. xv
Voao'.'. lrriAKi'L at Port V SAhiiavton. Uis. recare
sntttlud mm to trv Allen's Iadc B.-tittain. I bar used
wwnl bottles of it, and it ha entirely cared me. With
noch gratitude I ciake thm k now a to you that other
bus know the valve oi your Kalsara
Voars, very truly, i.OTTLKIB KRIKN1TZ.
1 ch-efnlty attest that the short) statement is true.
Yonm, respect fait y, N. h OUNU, irasat-
Ouvku, -via, hi. IbtS.
By Consumption Brought Almost
to tbe Grave.
1CVKKV TAY StTnn KVIDKNOH AS THK FOL-
Lowrst; is rk;kivki, showin.. tiik
OBKAT VAl.UK Ob AMN'S LUNti
BALSAM OVK.R ANY OUHKtt x
HAWmoifn. St. Osnrx Ox, Wn, July to. I87U.
Mr. AmtK leor .Srr .1 thooght 1 would write to you
and let yon know what your rreat kAtng tialsam sdoin
lor me. Union taJunjc it 1 was hetpluss ; I ooold oolf
pot short breaths ; txtcchtnc cominnally. I was no sore
hi tnj luDfr it neariy killed me tooocum. nd hart me
to lie (town, I cot bat little rmt or lep. It was
tboutit 1 oouid not live Ion, and 1 bought my time
ofa earth was shot U sod bad it not been for your Lmu?
ftlsni I woold soon have feand mrcrave 1 have ciw
taken tnrt botties of tne IUImubl 1 feel but littie
oreness at the looxa 1 breathe easer. I oouch onlj
ccaMoaaily. aDd attend to work. I belive that fl
BBuob more as I have taken will entirely care am
Yoar. with rpect. T1U1A OAKOL.
All afilioted with ttooch or any Throat or 1nD
tnothle "Hon Id ose A lien's 13 ajc ltUans wit hoot AtAaj .
J. S. HAKHib A UO-.Sei Froprwton, Uineinnati.
Do not be decerred. you who want rood modioioe,
Snd de-ure "All, Ll halmm. lio not alUiw un
principled dfixJers to cell you other Balaam. See tha
yoaret Al.LFVS l.l'Ni: It A USA M, and fou will hav
Uie best ikiuith Remedy offered the public and one
that will civ yon fall saUjsf action.
Sold si M ilwankee by H. Itoswocn? k. Rtihs. C, uktmx
A Button. Kick A RtsiNtt. lkAiir. Hbo Doumjl,
SCHMIOX A X.. and all Milwaakee J-rntsta.
- It Is a sad thing to pass Uironjtb. life only half
alive. Yet there ate thousands whose habitual condition
In om of languor and debility. They com
plain of no specific disenae; tltey sufifer no positive
pain, tney have no relitdt for auythinj; which
atTrdj mental or sensuous pleasure to their more
robust and euergetic fellow beitu.
In nine eases unt of ten this btate of lassitude and
torpor ariisae from morbid stomach. Indigestion
destroys the energy (f both mlud and boay. When
the waste of nature is not supplied by a due and
regular aariniHation of the food, eTery organ is
starred, tvery funcUoo interrupted,
Mow, wt at does common sense Migsresi under
tliese circumstance of depression t The svtUm
cAdirfusi$ and strengthening; not merely for an
hour or two, t-j aik afterward into a more pitiable
condition tlian ever, (as it asturedly would do if an
orinsry alcoholic Ftiinnlant was resorted to, but
radically and permanently.
Bow is this desirable object to b accom
plished? The answer to this quonion founded on
the unvarying eznerienoo of a quarter of a oenuiry
is easily given, lofnse new rifror into the dipesttTe
organs by a course of fioet iter's Stomach Bitters.
Do not wabte time iu adciiuist rinR temporary lein
edies, bat vosk tkt rystcm up by rocurAinliug the
foontainlicMd of phyical streuffth and energy, tbe
preat onrau npon which all the other organs dt pend
for their enrture and support,
By the time that a dozen doses of the great to!
table tonic and invipurant b,ave been taken, the
fei-ble frame of the dyspeptic will begin to (eel its
benign influence. Appetite will be created, and
with appetite the capacity to digest what it crave.
Prrnevcre until the cure is complete until health
ful blood, fit to be the material of riesh and muscle,
bone and nerve, and brain, flows tltronh the chan
nels of circuls ion, instead of the water r pabulum
with whicr uey haTe heretofore been importectly
STMTT.TA smnXBTJS CTJAHTUS.
K prowl . Trnm the most m -lie exporieBfl., n ntin
etiooMs. Simple IVcnpt Klhci.'iii nt Kllic
'i (n-y rw Miiy Me.lictiM perfeotty MUptad to pop.
lar a. -fo niln that nnstakn. corn b. nua. m
nun. thra.- hunUi mm h frM tnim dllt. .Ol
... .rtw-i.n( . tyi tu. in. vk rii .htn TbV b.v. WMid
th hictawt cosiwiiiUUa ln .Ui m9mjm
1. Cmm PrM. ammHan. InflmB4ntM 3fc
Wn. Worm Kotot. Warm Ootie
CnrinK-Celic, or TMthinc ol Intents.... A
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IkTt-fitcrv. Gruulie. BiUonsOotio.
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I iHiKhft. ColJu. Ucoaclinis.
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Supprrmrd or Paintoi i'enod.
buns too profow Period.
Crnap. Ckwcti, UiScult Bromine
filt Kbcnm. Frjwpel". Kiriptwo...
lihrmaiunok UbrnmaUc AiM.
.4 II tir nhn.- 'ri iMt up in VIA L milk
Utiujafl tL:U. umtcitum cmmJ'M .........
r "oVi . alw fat up m tiolt md arm M( at th-
mrr ... uve- ULlrM brinuP.
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llnlhalutT. nd Son or Wemk Ky
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fieorrnl IK-bilily, PhrrtcJ Toakiiesi.. M
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S-!.irknjrsM, Sickaeo from RhUss. 5
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nioni. involantary DwohAnroa .1
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Iainfal PrriU. mth Kpasma. JH
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IHpf hrriB, Ulcerated Sure Throat. Jt
Of HH to 6I lanrn Tin Is. morocr. ttr ranrw
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rvt-rr urdsnnrr dixw a liianiljr la
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viais aad pocket cac from la 9V
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t PIJ'JCMX. ).lontntriton. Ilia
Death of Mr. Chas. H. Ray—Business—
John, V. Farwell & Co.—The Life Boat
—Dramatic and Operatic.
Chioaoo. Kent. S4. 1870. Tbe city was enr-
prieed hv the anuounotmiout in the n& intra, of
tuii mornine that lr. Ubu. II. lis, foniier-
ly on of tbe proprietor, and cliiuf editor of
Uie Tritmne. and einco locoruixr, 17.
editor in cbiuf of the' Evening Post, was
dead. He died or Drain lover, at nuj resi
dence, at a quarter past one o'clock thit?
mvruinir. He took a very active part in the
exciting political canvasa last fall, at a time
wnen ue neeaca reei, arm mn overworauti
brain was aeiaed with fever butt January.
since which time be has lx-en able to write
very little for the Evening rwt.
Ur. Bay was a power in JoumaliHin, and
was one of the very ablest eiliu.r in the
Northwest. He bad very decided conviction,
of public poliey, and expreawtl theiu in moat
forcii'le Jttiiriiae. He contributed verv l.rtjp
ly to the establishment of both the I'ribiine
and tlie Eveniiijr l'otit, and pave them a char
acter for inciatvenean, independence and
ability, which they well RnxUiu. Though he
never asked for an ollico, tho apMilntntenl of
U. 8. Appraiser for tins port wan beetowed
on blm, unsolicited, by lreitidont tirant,
though bis eommiwiiin bail not reached him
at the time of his death. Dr. Jtay will be
beet remembered by his personal friend and
aoqiutiutancoR, for his manly qualities. He
despixed mnanimia, trickery, and shaiiia. His
heart was tender as a woman's, his sympa
thies were strong and active, and his soul of
charity large and comj rehenHiva. Hu will
be missed and mourned among intimates as
few public men have been.
s moderately active, bnt tho warm weather
and the progress of the Franco-Prussian
war have delaved conntrv purchases, so that
the sales oi the wholesale dealers have not mot
the promiso of the early otieuing. Country
dealer, were ill haste to purchase throe weeks
ago, itelore the anUe.ipaletl rtmi in goods.
i.tit there has been no marked advanre in
prices, and the warm, pleasant weather has
kept farmers at home and diminished the
tain ol the country dealers, a change ol
weather will produce greater activity. The
large houses here, however, have been doing
a larce traae.
The best representative of the irreprissi-
hle enertry and enterprise ot uincairo busi
ness men are the wholesale dry good, firm ol
JOHN V. FARWELL & CO.
Two days after tlis great fire which des
troyed their magrittccut store and goods
worth 1 1,500,0(10, they were at 72 and 74
n abash avenue, occupying six tl'rs, 4 by
11i feel, to winch they have added a ptcKinu
room. 50 br 1(!5 feet, and sold the first week
$300,000 w.s-th of gtstds more than their
Dot hss. And as they had a lage dnplicato
tock warehoused, and tlieir New York
friend'! filled their orders by telegraph with
Doexampled proniptnoa, and forwarded
theui by express at their own ex
ieD8e, in testimony of their high
business character and in sympathy for their
loss they are now prepared to meet tbe
lrgt st demands of the fall tra le. Theelasti
city and celcrtl with which they sprung into
mil working order on so gigan'ic aiHSilc,
Alter so destructive a fire, is wtthontapar-
Del in the niercantiie circles ot the country.
There is nothing new in the literary line
hero. There is a unique, neatly printed and
lively weekly sheet published here by E. C.
fcgleeton, calk u the
which has a large circulation partly becao.e.
without aectananirin or tauatrcism. it speaks
a ?od word for rclicionand temperance, but
chiefly because it is patronized largely by
business men. The sermons or U. 11. bpur
genn. tbe famous Ixmdnn preacher, which It
publishes, are richly worth the suhpcriptron
price one dollar.
Tliere has been quite a dramatic revival
here the last two or throe weeks. Edwin limit h
has drawn very largely at JklcVicker's and is
announced for another woek in "King Ij?ar,"
and -The Fool's Revenge."
Aikeu's Mntnm has Ih-cu well patronised
by oay and at night.
The minstrelsy of the Manning troupo fill
the Dearborn overy night.
The English opera troupe under the man
agement iff D. lieee, open at the Opera
Houe. the first week in Octolier. with the
strongest organization of effective singers
ever brought together in one compauv. B.
The Emperor's Prison.
"1 have giveu him WiibelrnHnobe, ssjr
the Kin ot 1 roFaia, in that UlegTapbic
dispatch to the Qnoen, his wile, which
briitty but eloquently depicts a great scent
in the drama ol hitorv. 1 here is, nideod.
something highly dramatic in this gift to a
broken man. "Where and what manner
of piitca is WiihelmHhohe ?" many readers
will ask. It is the Versailles, ol UaRxeJ. It
is a chateau and ploaxure park on the east
slope of the rJuibichtswald Mountains; and
it has for the captive Emperor associa
tions of peculiar interest, forasmuch
as it was once the favorite reriidon.ee
ol his uncle, Jerome, sometime King of
Westphalia. . This palatial retreat and its
surrounding are in the luxurious taste ol
the last cent ury. There are hothouses on
Lin amazing plan; there are temples of
rTpoilo and Mercury ; there are waterfalls,
pbeasantnes, lakes, and a Chinese villtt'e.
There i a great fountain, tierbnps the
greatest in the world, for its column of
water, rising to a height of 190 feet, is 12
feet iu thickness. And lastly, at the far-
therest and highest point oi the grpnnds,
nearly hiuu teet above tbe rnlda.
there is a strange, if not preposter
ous building ot octagonal shape, with a
scries of cascades descending from its foot.
through fiveJmsins, to a "grotto of Nep-
tone." The building at the top of tbe cas
cade is named the BiesenschloRR, from a
colossal statue, which is an iininenssly
enlarged copy of the Farnese Hercules, the
club having a cavity in which nine people
ran sit. Such is Wilhelmshohe, whose
precincts are reached from Cosset by
straight avenue of lime trees.
The following extract from a lulior writ
ten by a Isaty resident at Cased to a rela
tive near Tjeeds, is possessed oi interest at
the present moment:
Cassel is a very pretty town, and the out
itirta are really beautiful. From one ol
the promenades here, called Bellevne, there,
is a splendid view of the surrounding
country -high mountains, valleys, and
pretty little villages doited over all, and
close at our feet til i river 1 ulda. On Wed
nesday we were at a picnic at Wnhelm
sliohe, a beautiful place, an hoar's walk
from Cassel. It was formerly a summer
residence of the Elector, but, of course.
now belongs to the King of Prussia. The
ground are beanlitnlly laid out, and the
conservatory is perfectly magnificent
there is an old castle in one
part of the gronods just li'.e what
one reads about. You pass over a draw
bridge to get into the court-yard, and there
is a tnoat round tho outside of tbe castle.
but it is empty now, of course. As the
whole place is on tbe hills, the views are
splendid, and on the higher summit there
is a temple of stone, with a figure of Her
cules on Uie top. Tbe road to it from
Cassel is lined on both sidos with leanti
ful trees, and in summer, when the leaves
are oat, the road is almost dark. There
is a concert at Wilhelmshohe every Sunday
afternoon. It is quite an amusement tor
as watching the people go some in car
nages, bnt a good many on foot. At Wil
helmshohe on tlnnday we bavn't much
chance of seeing them.
Toads vs. Gbapb Vinku. Perhaps you
thought injustice bad been done lbs
above-mentioned reptile in a recent com
munication sent yon from (Vdar ltipids,
in which they were charged wi Ji unarms
vines, as yon remark, "the idea was a new
one. Permit me to make an explanation,
Those ol the crspe roots which did not
start were frequently watered, which re-
salted, at length, in sprouts being sent up
from ltlow the surface of the ground. Sev
eral of these were broken off, one after an
other, and an investigation led to the dis
covery of a toad nicely stowetl away in the
moist earth, close by one of them. Traces
were also found ot them near the other
neither was this all the damage. One
morning a choice houss plant, which was
leu in a pot on the ground, was found at
most thrown out, and another toad un
earthed at the bottom of it.
The theory is this, that either the mois
ture caused by frequent watering attracted
them, and the damage was done in their
endeavors to burrow, or else caused by an
attack on some Insect which had alighted
there. At any rate, they are chargeable
with it until some one proves their inno
A ladt died in England Lit.ily who very
narrowly escaped being, if not a queen, at
least the wife of a Biitish king. This was
iiaronoss Wenman, whom William IV.
would, at one time, been exceedingly glad
to marry. She inherited large estates
from her father, and tbe king, mindful of
his old love, created her, soon after his
accession to the throne, a peeress in her
own right. She never married. 'Lady
Wenmun's name was Wykeham, and she
was descended from a collateral relation
of the celebrated William of Wykeham,
who fonuded two splendid colleges Win
chester and Kew College, Oxford.
alias Oakriboh hag arrived at PresooU.
Arlzouu, and delivered a lectors on teni-yaranoe,
THE RIVAL OF NIAGARA.
The Great Cataract in South America
-Nearly Eight Hundred Feet Fall—
A Column of Snow White Foam.
Mr. Richard Brown writes to the London
Times, on the 29th ult. :
In the menth of April last, awateifall of
most unusual bight was discovered on the
Potaro, a tributary of the Esseunebo Rivor,
by Mr. 0. 15. Brown ot tha Geological Sur
vey of British Guiana. Baing short of pro
visions, and at great distance from his
boats, Mr. Brown was not able to devote
more than a couple of hours to the exam
ination of the falls, which, by hasty baro
metrical observations, he found to be nearly
800 feet in bight, the breadth of the river
at the top of the falls being 100 yards
and its depth 15 feet. On his return to
Gorgetown, in consequence of the strong
desire expressed by tbe community that a
careful surrey should be made of the falls
without delav, Mr. Brown was instructed
by tho Governor to proceed at once to the
falls for that purpose, accoropauied by Sir
it. louug, Mr. Charles Mitchell, and Ur.
King. I ho result of their journey is em
ImxIuhI in tli inclosed article, published iu
a Petuerara paper of tbe 3d iiist,, which.
iierhaiiR, you will deem of sufficient inter
est to insert in the coin nius ol jour widely
hir George oung gives the following de
tailed description of the cataract to a
"Although I am anxious that Mr.lJrown,
as a discoverer of the Great Kaieteur Fall,
and tbe director to the successful expedi
tion which we were permitted to accompa
ny, should have tbe telling of his own
story, yet I can understand that hisfriendB
in Georgetown will bo anxious to bear at
once of his success. The Fall has a clear
desceut, according to borometrlcal obser
vations taken simultaneously by Mr.lJrown
at the bottom, and by my colleague, Mr.
Mitchell, at the top, of 70 feet, Aliove,
the Potaro glides smoothly in a slight de
pression of the table of conglomerate
sandstone, and disappears over the edge in
a body which wo estimated at eighty yards
in width, aud of depth uncertain in the
center, but shallowing rapidly toward the
hank. When Mr. Brown discovered the
fall in April, the rocky channel was ooni
plctely covered, and the streams must
have hsd a width of at least 100 yards. At
present it is diminishing in vnlame, and.
as the Indians assured us, will continue to
do so nutil October, when only the central
and deeper portion, about one-third of the
whole, will remain. Tbe best time, there
fore, for a visit is in spring, at the end of
what appears to be the rainy season of this
"As we saw the Fall I cannot ituagiue
anything more beantilni. The central por
tion, which is never dry, forms a small
horseshoe or re entering angle, and the wa
ter in this part preserves its consistency
for a short distance from the ledge. Bnt
everywhere else, and here also, at a few
feet trom. the top. all semblance of water
disappears; it breaks up or blossoms, into
fine foam or spray, which descends in the
well-known rocket -like forms of the Stanb-
bach and similar waterfalls, bat multiplied
a tunns&nd times, into a small dark pool
over a semi-circular curtain of precipice
deeply hollowed by tbe action of the
spray. Too cavern behind the Fall is the
home of thousands of swallows, which
issue from it in the morning and may be
seen coming in multitudesatnight. The fall
itself is one vast descending column oi a
fine dry-looking, snow-white substance.
bearing a resemblance, in color and con
sistency, to the snow of an avaUnshe, bat
surpassing all avalanches I have seeu in
size, acd in tbe beauty of the forms taken
by the material of the FalL Rainbows ot
great splendor were observed, one from tbe
front of the rail in the morning, one from
the summit in tbe afternoon; but this last
to verted, forming a colored loon or ring.
into which tbe whole mass seemed to pre
cipitate itself and disappear, and dart out
underneath, black aud foaming, at the
gorge and outlet of the pooh
"We spent 11 days Sn ascending the
Essequelsj, which was heavy in flood, and
detained us double tho tune anticipated.
Five days brought us from Tuniatnmari.
the lowest Full on the Potaro, to the Pabv
mona Tillage. In this stage there are five
cataracts, two of which ai. least are inao-
Mr. Brown and Mr. King remained at
tbe Falls two tlays after the departure ot
nir treorge louug ana Air. Mitchell, mak
ing sketches of Uie Falls and observations
of their width, depth, and the velocity of
the stream above. Ua carefully working
out the mean result oi nve separate obser
vations, taken simultaneously at the top
and bottom of the Fall, Mr. Brown found
that they gave the total height of the per
pendicular fall and cataract as el 7 feet.
The depth of the cataract was subsequent
ly taken at the edge of the wool on the
western side, by aneroid barometer (it be
ing impossible to carry a large barome
ter to the foot of the Fall) and fonnd it to
be 81 feet, making the height of the per
pendicular Fall 7:10' feet. The width of
the river 200 yards above the Fall was 137
yards, and its greatest depth 15 feer
inches, 5 feet less than at high watei.
The hew Canadian Frrrr CfNt Piecs
The Toronto Globe says: "The new fifty
cent pieces nave arrived, ana, to a consid
erable amount, are getting into general cir
culation. The coin is of the same style as
those of smaller denominations, and has
the same fault. The die from which it
was cast was very shallow; consequently
the figures, leaves, aud fetters are but
slightly raised, aud will easily. become in
distinct when tbe coins have been long ia
use. On one side is a profile of her majes
ty, surrounded by the motto. Victoria da
jnttia Hegina," underneath being the word
"Canada.' On the reverse is a wreath of
maple leaves, surrounded by a crown, and
in the centre, in large characters, '50 cents,
1870.' The metal is of good quality, but
the coin has been designed without taste,
and executed with ouly average skill
and hnisb, and is no credit to the mint
whence it came. About half a dozen cases
passed through this city a few days ago via
Grand Iruuk to various banks 13 tbe west
ern part of the province. We believe the
pieces were struck at the Solio mint, near
Birmingham, most of the silver having
lieen obtained by smelting a quantity of
Americas coin sent nouie lor that purpose.
A ladt died in England, lately, who very
narrowly escaied being, if not a qneen, at
least the wife of a British King. This was
Baroness Wenman, whom William IV
would at cue time have been exceediaglv
glad to marry. She iuliorited large estates
from ber father, and the King, mindful of
his old love, created ber, soon after bis
accession to the throne, a percess in her
own -right. She never married. Ladv
Wenman's name was Wykeham, and she
was descended from a collateral relation of
tbe celebrated William of Wykeham, who
founded two splendid colleges Winches
ter and w College, Uxford.
So fab ouly sixteen cases of yellow fever
have occurred in Mobile, and only four of
these resnoed talallr.
A Column of Snow White Foam. No. 28.
Nervttn debility, with its gloomy attend
anls, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoja,
kiss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory
and threatened inuotence and imliccilitv.
Snd a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homto-
pathie Bpocmc No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the most va!ualIe, mild and potent On ra
ti ves, they strike at once at tbe root of tho
ro at tor, tone up the system, arrest the dis
chargee, and impart vigor aud energy, life
and vitality to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very important in obstinate sr did
cases, or $1 per single box. Hold by all drug
gists, and sent by mail on reoeipt of price,
address Humphrey' Hpecifio Homnophalir.
Medicine Co., 662 Broadway, New York
W kalaale Apmtm Bambama 4 Tan Virtaact. Hurl
bait kdaau. OnioaffO, Ills.; Jenka a ttordoa, St
Pstu, II Inn. ; Brown. Webber a Orabain, St. Lou la.
Mo.; Fanand. lbl.v it tip.. Detroit. Mich.
nAUg Vegetable Sicilian Hair Benewer Is
the most reliable article in use for restoring
gray hair to its original color aud promoting
Mas. WurrooifB's 8kpp. This article Is
good for all diseases incident to the period of
teething in children aud is sold for 23 cents
Thk increase of business in tho Washing
ton Life in 1.-KT7 over 1SGG was greater than
any other cash company.
HnELEtrr A Eusau.'B. leadlnr whotaaalt
druggists of tha Northwest, corner Jaki
tree and Waha-fc avennn. (Ihimgo.
Oca Headers cannot too care rally read the
advertisement of " Tubular Kerosene Lan
terns." The Eantern is really a wonder.
Mask friends with life insurance, that
when yon are old it may comfort you. Re
member the Washington Life.
jAatrs U. Foe tar A Co.. 151 Laka street.
Chicago, importers of brooch-loading ehot
guus and implement.
A Cross Hdhiamo. Mrs. Baiith The fact
a. nt hnsband ia becomine so outrageously
eross and nervous that there ia no living with
him. Ho pretends one day that ho his got
the dyspeptia: the next day liver complaint;
tne next dav is sick, with no apiietita de
clares that there is nothing on the tablo fit to
cat, and so on. It is all nonsense, and noth
ing but his confounded uglinoss. From the
very bottom of my heart, I buliuve ho wants
to worry me to death.
Ijauy friend airs, omiio, i tnina you are
wrong, no woman has a kinder or more in
dulgent hnsband than yon. I must confess
that I have noticed a chango in Mr. Smith;
bnt am inclined to think tint all he wants is
a tonic; and if I were you, I would not be a
day without Pijiktatioh Bittkrs in tho
houso. AiaKe biin ta&o mem mooorauiiT
threo times a day, aud in short time I think
yon will see a change. My experience
is that Plantation Bitters is one of the best
and most delicioua tonics iu the world; and
that for nervousness, loss or appetite., dys
pepsia aud all kindred complaiats, there is
aothmg so good.
Bca Moss Farink from pure Irish Moss, for
Blauo Mange, Puddings, Creams, Custards,
Ac, Ac The cheapest, healthiest aud most
delicious food in the world.
Chappko Hashs. Face, llouuh Fkin. Pim
ples, llingworni, halt Jllieuro, and all other
cutaneous afhcliona cured, and the hkin
made soft and smsth, bv using the Juniper
Tar Koap, made bv CASWELL, HAZAliDA
OO , New York. It is more convenient and
easily applied than other remedies, avoiding
the trouble or tne greasy comoiiuls now in
use. Bold by ail drutfguts.
Northwkstkus Hobse Nail Co., manufac
turers of Patent Hammered Horse Nails.
Office 68 West Van Btren street. Factory 6fi
to to West Van ISuren street corner Clinton
HALROieK and others wishinc profitable
employment will do wsil to notice, tno adver
Uscmuiil or n. W. Kennedy, of l'liilAdi-ipiiia.
This is a reliable house, lutyiug employees
h bo rally and promptly aud treating them
honorably. Circulars aud information sent
Fits Cunts additional cost Will l.ny shoe,
with silver or copiK-r tips, which will save
the bayer the price of a uew pair of shoes.
Compared with ragged toes ami dirty tM-k-ings
they are beautiful, to say tbe least. Par
ents try "it, TMnlo ISUvle.
bp.k advertisement of Dr. liutis' Discnsa
ry, headed. Book for the MiHiou-SIahrimik
Guide in another column. It should be
read by all.
JxvitB y Al-uini, importers and dealers in
Artists' Materials, and loadnic Fresco Paint
ers of the West, 152 an. I I t South Clark
The Ceifaao maul iJne or hteamsbips lea v.
weekly from New York, Livorptwl and
Qneenstowu. Agents iu all the principal
cities of the northwest. K. Howe, Ceneial
WesUirn Aesnt. No. t I.- -trs-t. Chw-siro.
rl ve H.ieTtl .n t.
A GREAT MEDICAL fclSCOVER
Dr. WALKEK'3 CALTFOKKIA
Hundreds of Thoasands
Boar tcstlmon. to their Wondtir
ml Carattre Kuocta.
si WHAT ARE THEY?:
- 2 o
u a o
5 O a.
r, -a o
Tirer AUK NOT A VILE
IsF ANCY DRINK,
Made or Poor It am, Whlskrr. Troof Fplrit.
aad Itefniao Liquors doctored, spleen: and sweet
enedto please tlie taatc, called "Tonics,"" AppeUm-,
era," " Restorers," 4c-, tliat lead tho tippler on
drunkenness and ruin, bnt are a tnw Medicine, made
from tho KatiTe Knots and Herbs of California, fire
from all Alcoholic tatimalnais. They are tne
UKKAT KI.OOI PI Itl Fl Kit aaa A I.1FK
;iVi.Nl PKINCIPa.lt a pert la-novatnr and
lnTiKoralorof the Syatcni.earrrliiKoir allpobionona
nialter aud reatorlni; Uin Mood to a healtliy condition.
Ko person can take Uieae Bitters according to direc
tion and remain lone; anwcll.
S 1110 will bo Kiren for an Incnrablo caso, pro Tided
the bones aro not drstmyi-d hj mineral polaon
otlier means, and the vital onnma wasted beyond tbs
no kit of repair.
Far InOamaaatarr and Chronic Kheaaia.
Ilsm land liont, Drsprosta, or Indigestion,
BHIas,Kemlttent and Intrnailtral Frvera
IHaraara af too Klood, l.i.er, Kldnrra aad
tin. Her, these Hitlers haro been must ureeaa.
ful. Hi.-h Iilsoaara ara canned by Vltlatrd
lAood , Tblcli la KcncnUlj- prcUuced by dcraugciDcnt
of the OItpmiIvo OrsuBN.
IlYSPLPtalA Oil 1NDHJKSTIOS, Hca.L
t'-o. Pain In the Shoulders, Concha, Tlj.-htnca.of the
Chest, niulncn. Sour K nictations of the Ftomach
Bad tasts In tho Alonth, Hlllons Attack', lalplUtlon
Of tha Heart, Inflammation ot the I.onq,laln In the
retdoos of the Ktdncys, and a hnndred otlier painful
symptom, am the offprtnKS of Dyapcpaia.
They InrlKorato the stomach, and stlmnlttte the tor
pid llTor and bowels, which render them of n ueu nailed
etneacy In cleans Ui the blood of all iiiipnrltlcs. aud
lmpartluK new life and TUrr to tbe whole .ystein.
rthnsm, Klotchcs, Spots, Pint pies, Pnslnles, Bofls,t. ar-bnncles,l!lnK-Worms,
Scald Hcail.Sors Eyes, Erysip
elas, Itch, Scarfs, ptaeolorattonaor thePkin, Humors
aod Diseases of tho Skin, af whatever uameor nature,
are literally dii up an-i carried out of the system In
abort time br the nse..f these Bitten. One bollle In
nch caaes wilt conTiTco. tiic most lncredulutis of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whcneTer you And Its
tmparltieaburatlnethronch tno skin I ullm plea, Erup
tions or sorot ; cleanse it when yo.ftnd Itobtlmcu-d
and lntnrlsh in the veins ; cleanse It whoa it Is foul.
and yonr feeUnas will lellyouwhen. Keep tbe blood
para and the health of the eyxtem will follow.
PI3f TAPE sad other WO RWH, lurking: la to.
ayttam of so many thooKands. are crrictuaiiy destroy
ed and removed. For full directions, read carefully
tbe circular around each bottle, printed I n four laa-
gaagea English, German, French and Spanr-h.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. K. H-McIKlNALD CO,
DrtuarlAts and Gen. Agents, Son Francisco, CaL
' and a and S4 Commerce Street, Now Tork.
far-SOLD BT AIX DKUGOI8TS AND PKAl.F.KS.
LOOK. TO YOUR CHILDREN,
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Mm. (Oarea Ootio and Gripinc in
Whllrwmbfs tho Bowel-, s" fariUtai
Nyrap. the prooeaa el Tiounnc.
(Mr-. (Rabdnes OcaTnlaions aitdJ
Wnttcwviabn oeroonit-a ail diweaeoa ifHa-
ISy ra p rdent to iniaota and cHildren)
Mrw (OnTM IHart bee, DyieattpryJ
Whllremo' aad Knnmar Joaip4auat in
svrap (ijturarenoi au acee. J
It to the Great lnfantaand tidMKooth.nt Kora
ody ia all diaordera brought oa by Teothins: or any
Hroundbi the 4.RAFTON MKOHIINK O). 8t.
Lot7ia.Mo. .Sold by all Oroqa, and Usalsra in Alodi-
MI.IF II V AC VNTIIS Tl MI'S.
IfAKDV BULKS, for A ntnmn ptaatimc, by aiall
I I noat-naid: tiolden Randd 11 . mr dozen. SVi
Kubf Spotted Japan Ijly, por dnsen, : Myactotha, ail
colon, per dozen, fltl Tulips, ail colon, per doree.
Hike Small jr iaantiue in proportioa. Any other
Baina at marftot rais. iddrwt, witn cao or r. v
order on Boatou. n. o. rtw n. a t o., ateiroee. aaa-
Basuieea huuorabU7ioc:miuUoa( liberal
a a KtTeo. 8."VHnaTT 8 S. 4th Sft. Pbija.
Boys, Tonar aad Mlddle-Ared Men to train far Fall
and sarin, bnai. for th. didr.Dt Biliea. al Ul. oid-
aat, iaritMi and on It prMtical UuaioMa. Oollawe and to.
only on. aroTiainc mtoatMioa lor l-radoatM. cd. tor
tiataloco. of aam in hnainMa. Board and T nil an,
UU. li. U. K ASTM AN. LU D.. i'o'kwpaia. N. V.
J A rlKIt
ENTS WANTKII Ii5 A Ml INT I) hr th.
I Ail KJilTTIM. ,IA.:iUKI O
ai Aa , ut. LOUIS, Mil.
Th. now ud laatrustiT. Comblaalloa Paazle
oil! a. aant frm br ntara aaail to any addrat. far
TmatrJlT.Oonta. TweMljr-flTe Dallara cnaraa
toad to all who aolT. it. Address
ParwIPs Tov Raxaar. .70 John St. N. V.
NatritionsRKVKRAUK. InairwstinaTONM1. In
rain able KKMKDV. lndnfamaihl. to Nl'KMNU
MOTIIKRK. bobrtitotofor AUXHIOI.K) DKlNKft
All elaaxo of pbyatciana, both ALUIHATHIU and
IIOMKUPATlIll). bar. aarand in nnininB a. t. tb.
liKstAT VALUK of this Drepaiation.andTHrT KIBhT
UKDIUsL SCS UK Tli K LilTV HKiXIM X KM1
AI.KKADT IN THKIR PBAUTIDK dau Ibis WtN-
DKHFllLiTtintu, wniea n. inraality.no M KDItll SK.
BUT A PLEASANT RK.MKDV. WllHK STRKNOTH-
KNINU. NuUHlBtilNU AJiI PLItAaAJIT taaa alo.
O' i.i' di aLiii'auo.iinis inuunouaiuiL
TAU KANT V t o- U7 Urorawlrk rt, X. Y.
a.a.t Aoasra roa tlanan . raTaa. mi
ri-IHK falCKifTH Of VOI TH rVKIlJ4l.
A Motlical 1 rtaUH of thlrtr-two pasaa. sent pro-
paid, on raortnt of two tbree oeot pnataa. oUAns.
anas aa. a. vjiujia. aioaay, a. a.
New York. August 15, 18H8.
Allow me to call your attention to my
PREPARATION OF COMPOUND EX
TRACT BUCHU. The component parts
are, BOCIIU, Lono Lea, CUBEBS, JUNI
Mode or Faxi aration. Buoha, in vacno,
Juniper Berries, by distillation, to form a
fine gin. Cubebs extracted by displace
ment with spirits obtained from Jnniper
Berries; very little sugar Is used and a
small proportion cf spirit. It Is more
palatable than any now in use.
Bnchu as prepared by Druggists, is of
dark color. It is a plant that emits its
fragrance; the action of a flame destroys
this (its active principle), leaving a dark
and glutinous decoction. Mine is the
color of ingredients. The Buchu in my
preparation predominates; the smallest
quantity of the other ingredients are
added, to prevent fermentation; upon
inspection it will be found not to be a 1 ino
ture, as made in Pharmacopeia, nor is it a
Syrup and therefore can be used in cases
where fever or inflammation exist. In this,
you have tbe knowledge of the ingredients
and the mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a trial,
and that upon inspection it will meet with
With a feeling of profound eondence,
I am, very respectfully.
H. T. HELM BOLD,
('hernial and Druggist of 19 Years' Experi
(From the largest Manufacturing Chemists
in the World.)
November 4, 1854.
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Helm
bold; he ocenpisd the Drag Store opposite
tny residence, and was successful in con
ducting the business where others had not
been equally so before him. I have been
favorably impressed with his character and
Firm of rowers and Weightman, Manufac
turing Chemists, Ninth and Brown
For weakness arising from indiscretion.
The exhausted powers of Mature which are
accompanied by so many alarming symp
toms, among which will be toomL Indispo
sition to Exertion, Loss of Memory, Wake
fulness, Horror of Disease, or Forebodings
of Evil; in fact. Universal Lassitude, Pros
tration, and inability to enter into the
enjoyments of society.
once affected with Organic- Weakness, re
fnires the aid of Medicine to strengthen
and invigorate the system, which HELM
HOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU invariably
does. If no treatment is submitted to,
Consumption or Insanity ensues.
Fluid Extract of Buchu
in affections peculiar to Females, is nne
quailed by any other preparation, as iu
Chlorosis, or Retention, Painfulness, or
Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Sohirrns State of the Uterus,
and all complaints incidental to the sex, or
the decline or change of life.
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
will radically exterminate from tbe system
diseases arising from habits of dissipation,
at little expense, little or no change in diet,
no inconvenience or exposure, completely
superseding those unpleasant and danger
ous remedies, Oopaiva and Mercury, in all
Fluid Extract Buchu
in all disease of these organs, whether
existing in male or female, from whatever
cause originating, and no matter of how
long standing. It is pleasant in taste and
edor, "immediate", in action, and more
strengthening than any ol the preparations
of Bark or Iron.
j nose Bauonnp; from. nroKen down or
delicate constitutions, procure the remedy
The reader must be aware that, however
slight may be the attack of the above
disaases, it is certain to affect the bodily
health and mental powers.
AU the above diseases require tbe aid of
Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT
BUCHU is the great Diuretic
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price
$1.25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles for $6.50.
Delivered to any address. Describe
Symptoms in all communications.
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Drug &x Chomloal Warehouse,
594 Broadway, New York.
KOBE ARE GEHTJISE unleaa done
up in steel engraved wrapner, with
facsimile of my Chemical Warehouse
H. T. HKT.7rTT.OIaP.
Striatum ol th. Brononlal Tnboa, Dropsy af tha
Haat,TaaamiataraaJ, ovoa ovarian, nave baaa an
oonbudlr onrod tar
ALLCCCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.
How crtttht fch Ooni fort to luf m nffoOoViioc coach,
to btxw wbMrp paint, at thm oh t, qnmr. rwpia mam
xiom Arnatrd tho btmrt oarod by tho oioiplo romod j ot
ft olofto, flexible, oatiroajT anob)ettooftbl pluter. Bat
lataraoi taion. eonoilerod of ft 111 oJwrftotor, ftjro
ftloo oarod by this mdd sod laaooont ftppttefttioo,
which, aoUBs tiko ft oooood .-kin prodaeaa ft stoftdf
in uii by which akbaovpUoa tooaJUnc ia omo at
Ob. fts4 altintftU oar is ohtsiaod.
Wo hftvo bow tortinouifttft bom phyoioUoo tad
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS
hftvo oarod pftrftlyois. local rhonnntitna. opinftl ftffoe
taooo, pftim of tho ado, dioaftoirt optooa. iiritotioa ftod
oarrooo ftffootiooo of tho ttowolo. tio doaioaraftoz oa
IftfKoeient of palaMoia ftiiorioa. goat. aoUuaft. Croat,
kidney ftffoctiono, froetareo. brniw aad wpnkum, non-
rmlftift and Twoni avltectioao af ft local ehu-vetor. fanv
bftao. owotioft, weak book ftod crick of tho bock or
Bock, wboopini. oaajth, hocrt affectum, ftoorw, bjo
Urica. colds, vftrievtso voina, weight shoot tho duv
phraffm. heary foetiac about tho -nnjes aod heort.
internal adbo-ttons- Tho roroos naotefa arc said to
accumulate electricity opea tho part opoa which they
are applied. at that by woarina; oa or non ootds
They aeetn to bo appiwclftted by phjololaos.
for too fasts I navo bom a ffroai aufforor from
raUta la tha baad. sad found amly tomperary rahef
from all lb. various ramdia that I baa wM, antil I
appliod oo. of AUeook'i Poroos Plaatora. I cut it into
tin, atripa, planing one andar aaeh aboaldor blade.
ad tn.otboroaortb.amaU of taa back, aod forth,
at Lb re. Month. I har. bad anioolr a twins, of tno
I aftvi m aD who snlfor from
ao tint, an aaaainc a trial of too awndorfol Pumas
Plaalor. A. . 8TKRU!1,
. ' 8oa.baocorMrc.Uo.
Fain of the Side Cared.
Haasm T. AUOOCS 0o:
Daaa bias Mr dsacblar aaod on. of nnr rotoa
Plaatora Sh. bad a nn bad paia k. bar aido. aod it
oarod baa ta ono woafc. Yonr. tr.lv.
JOHN V. H. HUNTKK.
Inflammation of the
Thomas AUAXtrv a Oo . Sine Siac-Por jean I ban
anfUrad frwa indaaiiBatina ol to. kidaav.; aw poraa-
ca. aa. a but. ralief, sad I aaotnjd about bk.aa
old aaa bontdoaa bv Jtart of aoffaTinc. At tonstb
roar Poroos PtaaWn won raoomoMndod to ua
aopiiaHl on. to aacb k ulnar, and la. relwf was iouno
diata I won tret, for thirty dan, wbaa nu back aad
kidnav. wen Derfoott wall, aad 1 was oa mon ahl.
to walk oraet, I think tb. half of tb. Tirana of fonr
Plaatm nt ramai. to b told, bat aboald anj on. wtab
to bar theraof I shall bo plnnd to toll of auj ax-
I am yonis, napottfoltr.
THOU An' J. JACKISON.
Kaat Thirtf nfeood atnrat.
Severe Coogb Cored.
Lottsr from tha Rot. Dr. Boattla
hVwroa-rowa. Omnca Oa, W. YlOot, at. In.
Thomas Atxcot a M Oa. bine bine:
Yonr Poron. Plaaton an a cmat Diamine. Mr daoco
tr laabaUa had wboopiac eonch soam twain months
aneo; whra tb. arrority of tb. ifhun abated ah. atil
for six aionth. bad a iliilismnn oooca. and booam.
mr woak and thin, rmdinc intoraal naaoilita of ao
.nit, aa AUcork'. Form Piaster was appiwd to bar
cbnt, Thoeonsb waanhond bom tb. dar it aa. pot
on, and ia oa. naonth was aatiralr eond.
1 am fonra, tnlf U. BKA1TIK.
Bad Bruise Greatly Relieved in
Mr. O. write.: Rack amnlr braised; eonld not
mon without paia: eonld ooithor walk nor ait ap:
.''pltad bnimont, arnica, ae. ; aonliof;ll.alraplaoBd
two Poroos Plastan onr tb. part. I. a hut. while my
wif. ioqaind if I foamd aaf aaln. I npliod:--Tb.
plaMororaoanlhincaiaknaaobottar. for 1 ban a.
pan; I aUnptn bad aatonwiied; procoaded to ret up;
did so: droaa.d and in thro, boon from pottinc tb.
plaanm oa was writinc ia arf ofnea. fro. fnm paia.
Bmnc ss mash bonaauod. I crn roa parmiaaan
nfer to m. as to tb. qualities of Alloook's Ponos
Core of a Badly Crashed Breast,
Gswrutainr-In Dacembsr, 1I, an bnaat boa. was
eroabod.ad badly injuaad br boinc atrnok l-y a haarr
spar. I ww taken bom. maawleat, whara for woeks
utr at la. point of da. In. My doaton could do bat
II Ul. for ata. and I Buffered continual pain. Tb. doc
tors tboncbt a bliotor plant or wouki heip m. it put oa
my btaaat, bnt 1 tboocbt I woold try. laatosd AJknok's
Poroos realtor. I pot on. on my braat and side, and
from that time naraa to cot better, aad ia on. naooth
was wU, fro. from pain, sad abm to attend to my baai.
ana, Anyonecaa call aad an my breast aad I will
snow them a modern miracle of care.
J. R. BUCK.
No S South fifth slmot, ilUamab.nr. U L
Tuom as A ixoucc A On.
Important better IromBr. Samuel
Bard, Governor of Idaho.
W48HIHOTOK, April 3, lHTtf.
Ummtv AlaisOOTK A Oo:
Yoor Poroos Stiwirtbeniac Plauvistr. hsr prorod
tho groatawt nf to mux. 8omo tino aiDO 1
troabled with vioieat riMBj-Watie or arilgic pmino !
both of mj anna 1b7 crmdiievJrjr rew vom
ppre-vebod thm iMort. iodine ooihirc I auppliotl
wm reHfpTf, I triod yoor Poroos PUstorj, wbtcki
woro ior two Months. Tho pain oesnod sltwost ia
disiolr sad 1 bars had no pain stnoo. As so sxtmrrnaf
roroody yoor Plastors aro IsnonpsrsMo. I bars
raooBBDMSMlsd thsss lo avasty of sir frieads la tho efts'
of Atlanta. Us., wbsro 1 resido, aad they aro load la
thoir praiso. tho Pbutora hsvinc provod sooally waivfal
in Usotr eM(M as tm -aiDO. SAM UKL BAKU.
I to Ktlilor Atlanta, (Ua.) Daily Ksw Ki
Sciatica and Bi.enmatism.
8&ASIP-. Ilorsjt, RtX'K.WAT BKACR, 8t9pt L IfOL
Messrs. Alixooc 4 Otx, time Sins;:
GmwrLMMMM Yov Plasters bare Wajoderfsl qaalt-
tiaM, sad srery trSTeier hoaid have Uifivia. by biia. Afy
gossts crvo irresi aooonats of their sJnOsvey. fh
cored of ooncbs; soaso of rtwottmatto pains; soraoof
revere pains m tho breast, aido and book. In scia
aod atjdoey affectioas thoir piostio to oqnally sno
osBsfnl. I sayself was sttseked with a severe paia
aty left kidoey. I was is attoay for twenty-foor boaie.
At ksncth 1 appbod ono of yonr Plawtora. The paia
sooa besraa to abate, and ta tho coarse of a few boors
wss entirely rernored. 1 send yon this thai yon Buy
pobtieb tt if yon think well. I am yoors,
A. D. FAILIN.l,
Piuuiiptor of the Seaside Honao.
BRANDRETH HOUSE, NEW YORK.
Plaster Works, Sing Sing.
SOLO BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
VlTT U'W 1
jrvrroi.i thtuk when thj htcrm
Hair of tho ycrv irrtat imur-
a one so it
innro vT en ivalipsf it ;u ui.-ir you lit.
Nothing can be s-orc hernrniit.' or dtira-
blf in old tlutai a Him- mil M IT of H IK.
In ortler ti fut-urr thi-i. Train hvs hofB
sprnt hy Da. Ihalfamt in rn-rfrt-tinir thin
"" ' " . uafaimnr'Tiii Lrni it:
NO M t. IK LKtA! ! M U IHHL!!1 hi
HMMnun 4UL0I.1V. HITTKI.!t!I to
barn and detnT the verv dfliraiitt nrMitof
iiv itn i it.
It IP PLRKLY VKCKTAHI R -rAnlalns
me only vegetable oil rvfrdiM-nTeretl thai
pro mot -a th cmwth aitd irnln-t-s
iumnant link of H.iir. It in ilrlimte!
HTfunHtl with (bt sweets. of puwt frairarrl
flowers. This artirlo in funl in the lanre
Cities on alni'mt every toilette, but more
TrvjaHT ninotiif ino more itiiMiit!iiiie
cLarit-. as it lias proved to le the only ar
ticletN.it will retain tlie Hair fa nofition
any length of tinm ftr dresin. It ts
usetl by ljuliewt' Hair lreerHand llarbers
at all the leadtnir llntclH of tho country.
It ewe three tioies an raranalettbolk: artV
lies. AlohoI prfuinitiunsfrim the natu
rnl heat of the tieail eraporate and leaves
ttio flair parched and dry. Price W ctt.
f filLPIH A rOo. rVoseleWrs
SOIaI BV Aid. aURtlfVCilS'TS.
pn-TT .T .-Fl W.. XHSTOJH: As A'U I .T.F.K.
la waw atrW rjaaa, neat sail eoaiauisat.
Pres-erve viK Leather I
Seep Your Feet Dry!
ritANlV mlLLa.il O.ad Watew-Proof
Oil. BLACK1.M1, 30 rear, la auarkec.
od ajbblncoase. norawtmre.
liter oV Taa, IB A idar St.. H. T.
STOHOMA!fOT, FAftOUtATIOW OR 80UL-
book has fnll lostraetioos to enable the leader to fae
iaate ettber ssx. or any animai. at will, etssisirwin,
SyinwoaUass, and bondreds of other ennoos expen
arpftata. It can bo obtetned by oeodins; adb-, with W
to T. W. KASW.,
MadlSa Kicbthbt, PbiOadeioia
St. Louis Fair,
Opens October 3d, 1S70
And CoatlNe ONE WEEK.
$35,000 in Premiums.
ST. CLAIR HOTEL
Corner Third and Market Sis.,
ST I.OT7ZS, ZVXO.,
Can accOTBrwwlat l.mat vents darrnc the Fair. Bent
of Hoard, Saperior SpriatC Keiis. Only vuu par day.
k. a. maa zsummrxM ncae. unco in wo noose.
J. ( IlKSI KT, Proprietor.
MT OVK I4VK! ! Ta4TR!!!-K(i11ii
I A haw to .ravin lh ondTiDsr iovm ot Ihn onDnfuto m
wun iot VQwaa pmcimic. for oaots. pmt-cautL
Cvliou. 1 11m.
mrKNTIlllM( lfil!!- FDlI iiuirM.iwM for
V anjMtonnc Um art of Ventriloquism ia UBrtj daja.
OT 39 OMIftV pOM-pSafSL AHOfMi
J. I. CASE & CO.,
RAC'IN R, - - - - YYIS4 ON S N.
M-voofivcttiiw of THRKSH1NO MACJrllNRS, with
Firns' ,:4Mx sod MoirTitl H orw Iowr, Treskd
rorB. wood rnxmtng HchiiMMiao1 Portah) KracineM.
imcnpiiw eirvoasin ssut rr i roovil. w Tb lakr
KttfM. aUaVaUIarOsUirttrtl Ol I HatKhUKKM ID lO COUBlTf.
ALBERT P. DICKEY,
Frop'r Bacine Agricultural Works,
lMTM.I.K.KMT VOI MJ lIKNsnd t.lIKS
touruTl.i.l-.I.K AI'll .r PIIOMM.U tl'll t .
Kuainan toanMMt i. tiireemontba Parmaoent payinc
-- - - lauMuaw. pw.a ior tuu parucuaara.
AdJroaa, tenokaanc stamp
Sup't Meuopoutan Taleaiapb Co..
ox. aA' U la. Mil.
A GREAT OFFER
Ilormce WUer-,4s Rrwulw-f, N. VM
WiUdirra of ONR HUN!RKT PIANOS, MKU)
DKON aod 4 KH ANSo tax rirt-taa. aaivkf incln.
imm OhisjAoriiisT .Son'm, at RXT-ucifix uw rntvKa
WT . OAHH, IHJKLNS a Rial MUVTls. Ot WUl f IrOtS tyt
ummtrntaiw ooui pato.
TAPfTKI AtlKMTS. (ill per da.) to all
1'h.esl.br.iod HUM K SHU ITI.K SKWINll
I M AIJ H IN K. Ua. tne n-l-r-f, makn Ui.
I "loraaorcA" (aha. on botb adaa) aod is "
f ttrn4. Tb. beet and cbeapnt family Saf-
uiC aaaonin. iu (n. uaaraaa. satires.
JOHNSON. ULARK A I'll.
Boatoa. Man . Pittabarco. Pa CliitaAO, la
or oa. lasiia. aio.
A RRfTTTLAR GRADTTATK Of MKDIOINK
J as d i olonia at office will show, bas been loos: er
eoitaixed in Uie Uesunentof Veneral. teioa. and
frivato lAessssn snaa any omer wnya-oiBai an
Kann lllca. I 1 1 II II al lllml I lllllll niaTWwaraju V'reUAawaa,
Haunia and Ronton, all Lhnary IMasaooe and
ttvpaillio or Mtsroareai AtHrcLioaa of Uie I braat.
iikin or bones are truavtod wiUi aaparaleiied mux.
S imarm Larrt aV Mcaioal IMTMlltf aw9U UnOUtMi-CT.
as the reaalt of self abuae in yoatn, sexaal exeefura
a ntainror years or otner oanaes. and whjcb pro
tlnoe aotue of too folio win erf -eta, as noetomai
i9SKinJ, bkXenoa. debtlity, disaioae, dimnem ol
ttKht, oonieion of tdaamevd foraAwdioft. aversion
to insuoty of females, loss of ntoinery anl sexsal
power, and rendenosx Bflarriaaa uniiwpet, are
pernwoontly eared. r .
Tbe factor's opporttmltleein iHM-pKal and private
praotioe are ansurpas-ted in JbisoaKO or sny other
oity. Hack tiIeBofCDJjafopapa5provetlaatbebaas
been located there lonaer by years than a ay others
advortiaiiuc. The establishment, bbrary, laimtorj
and attpointmentaare annvaied in the Wa&,nn
Borpaiised anywhere. Ace. with ezpeneoee. can be
relied npon, and tbe doctor oan r4r toruany Pif
Huamthis:hoatUioooODtry. In past snoovsa and
presuqt noatt-oa ho stands w.thoaaconipeuiw.
Ta Writlare of a Phywlelmawhoiee repav
tauiosi Is linlea-wlde whowJd lye
TVxrmn Ouw pobH-bes a MKDI0AL PAM
troos sad varied oonmeionces of aeif abario, that
will be sent to any addrtwa i n a eweied eovoiopo for
two stamps. Many pnalciaos introdooe patients
tj LiiB Itmivaiam-'M-dinT hiaMeiiioal PaiDDblet.
OoranraoioatiMMi oonideouai. A friendly talk will
ooat yon notnio ontoe eentc-ai, ye. reureo
No. It's WaviQuoaTrec. iocaa-o. ueoxsj.ai.
tot P.M. SnndayewO r. Ma
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KlrM nianioir throicb lie ootumnn. ana ail
4J.KKnKY IS KtKt.UN KVKKV MONTH.
New antncnbtHS are thns sexeof bavuur tbe
nteoeenient of a new ooni inuod story, no nutter when
they sabsoribo for the
NEW YORK YEEKLY.
Kseh namber of tho If KW YORK WKKKtY con
tains several beantildl illuelratiooa. donblw tbe amooet
et reedina; matter of any paper of ita class, an tb
Sfcetdsnea. aort Manes, I'oetns, etc.. are oy the am
writers ot Smenca a-ui r.urupe. i no
NEW YORK WEEKLY
does not confine iteneel nlneei to swo-aaniOHt. bnt pnb
lasbee a greet qoanUty of veally instrno ie nutter,
tno most ooayoainsea form. J bo
NEW YORK WEEKLY DEPARTMENTS
have attained a hich repatatioa for their brevity, exeei
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mation on all minner of enbMaeta.
Tne ITKM.Swjo in the fewest words the most
notable dmnjes all ovr tie world.
tsisn a to estgnirers apoaall unaxiaablo aubjeute.
An TJurivalled Literary Paper
IS TIIK J
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
Kaon isaoeeontaina from KICHT TO TKa SHORT
KTtiKlKlt A Kill AKK II ill KS, and naif a itnz.n
rtKM.S.ioaldito.to the SI SKitlAt. KTUK1K3
aaO too V AJilKl) llKfAKl MK.irj.
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE
The Trrwa. ta Kanorrllrrrs.
One TMr-ftin-.MUopr 'I.IM
On. Vaar- KoarOooi (SS01 I O.llll
Um Yaa KhtUopi. W.OO
Tnoae aendina for a f Hub of Kiant. all ent at one
lima, wiu n. wititleo to . coor Irao. l.Mlora-noaf
tuio. caa aiiorwara. aaa attune oaptea aa e-iai eacn.
STREET & SMITH. Fropnerors,
No. S3 FIll.TUH STRKKT. I". T.
N Fear mt a TTinfa mmn Thniniaiiita whs, ntilffw
froea (Jhrenie Oonstipetion, dare not take tbe ordinary
sivttvoe, hoeaase tho -hori relief they afford at fot
-uwed by etiU mere terrible enstnoUon snd a aeawal
avaxravatioa et tne di-wftae. I'er these the mild, laia
iv, fww-vvvv, and ta7te "iwaMoo of TaJA!tTs
a-kkM-i.T VmvrrxH ArttjuKitT to hteraily tbe
one inrag nwodfiiL Amet aniMroeptih.r. and withosrt
any rr.pia paia. It reowa the natnral perwaimaow
of tbe boweU, while It tunes their monitrannae lloinav
and thns p even la s retnrn of the eonttion when
tbe Uiative action rt the aareeahle aad obedient
dih-hm-sobf-d. t MTW1
iMJI.L fl W Jl.S-.aJ W-JVA.. a .
4 KasplwTtveat Pleasant aad
a j s jm pTontatoie tJeAvasmna in every
tow a for that Hboterrapaic oem of iortsuaa art,
Tk- lord's Pra-er Pletare. Poor eiiea, $Ai)tt,
lue, im. ct-. rcaar for aOunrx Uno Ajt-ot took
1 orwera m (WOOaF. .aj"iaT in iwir uaja, aa uiiru
.a. li.i avmd a hali. and wrttee Mokinn well Har K
oreWrs 4Aily.u M'tibators with a httle sparo Urn, and
Cbsnatpans con era! lr, eaa do cood. and suvke avoaos.
I eilltw if rt" aunurvmsiy. rnTMS) laaauwwuons SB
Aannts, TUUBbilAW MJ1X1U,b6 uitinstxoot
OTEB 15,00w sold last
year; tlmcae tola mail a
merotkaa FITI TUJSaf
bearr. Tha great frrl
ritr af th. Takalar b art
tied. From leas Oil Itrtrel
twle. the light .r aa J .that
Laatrra; its Globe ft
taaohe. leas ta a avaall
than others an ta aa mm
lac; It aarea mea. la 01
aad (ilahes ta ear Tor Itself ta a Unrl. winter;
ran not he mad. to brat r tab. fir aa aU etkel
Krroaaa. Lanterns oftea ao, aad heate laaaraaet
earlTslttbelraanaalinrdapBroTal. It tsas sat
aa the best Lard OU Laatera, aad rires thre. tlmaf
Us Ught at .ae-Bflb the east. Wind aad ajotaa
mprovc Its Bar. I sr.- Par paw av all oeaien.
Marie bj CIllClUO HA3'i"B 11, tnicaca, iu.
CUT THIS OUT!
Am ssnd Twenty-five eenta for a Ticket and draw
a YVaich. Natior Maerioe, Piano or some sruole
OfvaUue. Noblanka. St tiirlcatrw for 1 w. ,
Address tV-- t h ca.
Th. IVmi MninM Vailwv fbihraad Ootnoany now offers
(or sutA :. acrTMa ol cboboe faxnnnK LaiMis. located
ta the ncbsnt ponioa of the rtato ot lows, i no tar
nt part ol totmrn lanuS ia in the neb valley of the Dee
Moines river, a well Battled part of tbe state, bavins:
the .vdvMUs:ee of eharohes, ecbools, mills, and r-jlroad
tacthraidML I hH are oflnred at f mm M ) .U por aoro,
on ten or toe one-tenth tlown at the time ot par
chase. ISo payment tbe "eeond veer, except the ioter
cnt. One tno th every yar aftor nnlil fwrnpletion of
paf-mentn, witn annual mUseeat at the rate of encbt per
eent. Tbe lands areNlaMed in wrvheXor, Hanholdt,
KuthsntB, PocAlvNitM, PaOo Alto, Kntmett. lHckinaon,
4coiU, l.yoa. ftioux. Plyitsouth, tlherokee, Clay.
O' Krioo, Ida, Sae aod Koona V tatji orjooUes. A renU in
ach oonnLy who will !' and sell ttMee tande ubieea
to Um approvd of thisciitice. JNO. A. KLUOtT.
i.and CoouDHaewr Des Mouses' Iowa.
aad lartptraC I'aBMaaaplleaw
Rarrs PrrTrti. Kuxib has rapidly woo the favor
of patients who have tried it. and alaethe paoirmaire
ot tbe medroal lac oily in every section of tbe onnntry
where it baa been introduced. No remedy for the
looas'and threat over discovered, stands so popular
attnr otves osed as tlus pruparaucn. It is made under
tbesoperviMconof Mr. T. H Karr.oneof thehoet prao
ticai cbeouets in tbe 8tale. The encoens which has
atteoded the nee ot this remedy foe tbe peat sixteen
yearn, where known, has indnod on to make it more
widely known for the henetit of the entlenoa; lot tho
aiHrcled kivc it a fair trtas, as we are eoondent that
rwlref aod pwrmanent cam will be tbe resalk iSold by
all draxjcists ia tho aecUon where thav advertiaetnert
N. H. Oircelsre sivirja oertiAeatra of ivinarkahle)
cores of the aitbctdMl mil be rnt m anplicatioo, or
they will he found aocooipaajrittc each bottle of tho
The Kuxia is pleasant totoko, aad ie neaUy and
rfncanUy put ap laUrico bottle-, at UNK JJOletaAK
T.H. BABR & CO TxRac Haotb, lifta
8ald in OkHW. at WkoUaale hr
rTJI.I.rK. FINI1H at rlll.l.KR: IOUO at SMmi:
VAN Still At;K.Ml KVKMSON AKKII;HIIK1.HUT
a Klisai.i,; k ItLKNtlAM A SON: Blm'MiUO.;
IVUMAM a HUM . KUUlaM'UOU a itUMJKL
In Milwanke. by
BiCKa RISING: DOll.M KM ASUUMIOT; 0RE1M
RKJUARUSON A OO. ; OOIJJN8 BROS .
And UrroOKnoat the Rorthweat bv aU Drncciats.
ATIURIOSITT -ASWaod -J)iO.bill Hot forSos
VV U. a. JOJilfS. d vum tuooa, unieaco.
A CmeAGO Wxinci.T or Horrr-j Ixnr-wTrair. for old
en. toooff. Not sHrctdvriaii in rhsno or p.af1rtca. Pntv
liahea hpurjreeas iSerinooa News aad Markets. l a
K. O. Mit.LKSTt)lf, Editor,
HUSKING GLOVES !
Knahlea tho viwarer to bosk SB per eent. faster and
alarautly prevent eore banli. Made of tbe b st sf
le-vtner. with metallie elaws atUcbed. PrieeLSU p.r
pair, tor sale Iy ddselers centrally. Seed for oircs'ar
or samplo. Mlal sz.a- -larKts iDfftd'rrm rr mtmJI l.irr
eraldinoooattodalers. Adttros ft A I.Iu MbSKIMi
t. U V K CO.. lul and lu3 Wee. laako at. Chicaco. a
St. Louis Saw Works.
Hantiiactiirers of SPAHLTISG'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOB SALS AT THEIR WAKBHODBBS,
814 I lift at 118 1 80
Lake Street, Tine Street, CarsndeJet St
CHIOAOq ST. LOPia IhkW ORUSAN3
Gat taa 8wt. Obf 'it. tliiiiii
AH kLDaM and freaoHptiow annstanUy oa band. a-l
mad tn ordec. front tho lijchtat Koj-tcy to tiie beavieit
Ifjua Harnesn and ia every variety and etvie of meont-
inaj. ff'tne renatne anlass atamped withonr naiweuKl
trade ma rv. Price lists and cin-o-ars oo application.
AdtirfMa J A l K. 1 1 1 1 l A 4 Coacavrd, M.
II., toie Proprietors and o -
tsr vVe have arraaermenti b wbioh aooba aro
ilohvwred by li. K. ra Krebt at lowaal ratoa,
A Sook for t he Millioxie
, Liuauorv noes sooa
leria-o a-d rvrl&uone of tbe sexnai syeainn, witn tho
lei est dMcovenea in prodaaoc and preveoAcns; gflajanna;-
I hn ta an Hiwtrrt<nK wr of two Bnoarea ana rwewlxp
or pa-aa, wttb nanserrae enartwviners. and eoaitaino
vmlo.hl infornMUnn fair Uioat who are narned or ecer
eri,iiat n.m4t; atilt i twa book that oejtbt to ho
kwt oolr laMk and key, mad pot laid oarslemty ahoot
cvrnt to any one (froo of rstas-o) for Fifty Conta
Addnae I r. Uutta JJiaiidaneax.. ltalili Itaachth St
(tt. I .mil. Ma
w Hiee to inn Afflrrteei sis iimiiimip
Hrrfciro !wlitAa: to the DoUxnuoa Wi'-C-Ji wtv lar-
t-e in ii'hltc paiieraor wuntr any Uuaca Ua- minx
tiaroae ir. Batis work, no matter what yonr iIismm at
or bow dporai4i yonr ooodjtioa. . n
lr I.tiujtcan oo oooiwilMMi, pirwaw -r ,
tho OMaaee mocuood in his vmrka Omen. No. U N
Kicbth St.. bwt. Markarf ano uwaiaai. i" w
SO -VP ea ay Amu cHirivr
MAUh AX IIUUIp,
.. i ! iireaM stamt. Address
th, MvddlotowTi, Goon.
wr ip i inos
PArlTTU.lOX A fh
Pno. . oaum hy mail.
.niw ei.i. tm.
Warranted oor. oalauMa. ard to man. pick lee
Pint Hmminra .warOMl at toe U. a. Fair, to. 111105.
m 1 niFwl srara r ataonanaai 1-. ' ' '
rUolN'l. -t;ttl and :4 I baaia aUa.t. (Ihloaao
VOf'N MKN aoSwioa from Ml
Pramatnre Ueear. tdwf Ahoae,
o., aoon lot
A DAV. Ol aewartleloi for Aceota. B.
plMaamrex tl. B. bUAW. Aland, at
mj '. ; 'rr' Cjij v. PI
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