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Toe tdnrrtK,liiTiir bfm iwnauahtlr eowrlof
tost dreed disease. Ooosornirtioo. hy ""I1' "'!"'
teansioo. loukl kowem to on fellow B8Mn to
of tbe OTeeoripioo oeed (rros of obsrcel, ilb lha
dtreolion. for prpsnn enl wane the on, whicb
tbv will noa e nju iuu rvm usvt.w,
Arm, BBnitCHTTie, Ao. , .
Psrtie. wiabinr tbe uiintf iotion will pMHtuow
---. KUWHD A WlLhON.
165 South Seoood street. Williamibnrah. H. T.
Skill Satmr few Sw.staJw.ed
To Hire debilitating medicines to the weak 1
about ai aanatble aa it wtmld be to try and help a
naa to hii feet bj kicking him when he waa down.
That ort of practice is going out of fashkm. It
baa filled ao many graveyard, that people no longer
believe in it.
If those who are not strong bj nature txpect to
BToid the attacka of disease, they most endeavor to
aciolre the vigor neoeesarj to rertrt it.
How to this to be doner Common sense suggests
by the see of invigorating medicine.
The great object to to mmnn ths artRii
WITHOUT EXU1TUK1 IT
This object to accomplished by the judicious nse
of the most potent and genial of all vegetable touica
and alteratives. Hostetter's Stoma h Bitten.
Manx valuable properties are combined in this
..um Mm. T. ln.nmM tlaJk annatii Kflif Mil.
ders digestion easy and perfect.
It gives steadiness to the nerves, induces a
healthy, natural flow of bile; prevents constipation
without nndaly purging the bowels; grotty sttmu
latee the eircnlstion, and by promoting a vigorous
condition of the physical system, promotes, also,
that cheerfulness which to the truest Indication of
wall -balanced condition of all the animal powers.
Bummer leaves both the body and the mind more
or less exhausted- Now is the time to recruit them
and thus forestall the malarious fevers am other
complaints which prostrate so many thousands
Sir James Clark's Female Fills.
TbsM bmhiAbl Pills mrm nnfk.. in tfacor of all
thorn painful mni dancvroos dinanaa to wfatob the
fuaala aoaatltnQoa m aoojaot. 1 ia aaoderata all
MWimd iihiii ill nli iri 11 1 1 1 mil friim n'litr'ar niiai
TO WAKRJEO laADifW
Tba an partioalarly ntaiL Tnry wtu in a man cum
bnnjt on ttao Mtnthlr period with raralano: and
aii-faonrfa rsrj powarfol, contain oothinje barttai Co th
eomtutmtaoau im ail oaeea at Srroam and tepinai Yff
taooa. Pain In tba Back and Limbo, i atieua on alijrnl
eier-tsoo. FaipttaUcm erf tha Heart, kiftmriem and
Vi Hum, tbr will Sect a enit when all ottiar asoani
b.-. i ot. Tba panipsiiot around oaon pacaaco bu
tnU direct ton and adnoa, m will boaani Croatoall
wrttuut U -U aaalod from obaarvaoon.
Jt VWfff Jasv OarS PcwoU MUmr Mr-
OopvrF.BVFJTiaji Htm mmrnm home eW mam of "Job
U (XSSS m tar, woetnys. AU i-r. rr u-wlhiem.
N. B. In all eases where the tinroiHl canaot bs
obta-'Bed, One Dollar, with fifteen eenta for aostags
esei joe.i to tis sele proprietor, JOB MOSrtS, Is Cor
landt reet. New York, will insure a bottle of the
, oonteiniae: Klfts Pills, br rstnrp mil, ssmrele maim
roes ear sooaleaso ofi ts oonlaal
family Medicine Cases
TOOTO-H. XFAT CAS TOTJ DO TOB
T lutrr qnlte r taEr, a rood deal of rickneoR thi
octnr on&ei chXk am his biUa ara aoc liKbt; xdq
iivr Umcc i SU41J b firaiiiid to haa leaa aicknea
i .d liKDif atiawf itoairaortoa, tt ocQgialent with U
WeU, nr fr4. I can do ft god daal for ra
I en aod pin one of oar Faiiix.x Cafx o
.om E-iT .tFIC bPEuuirs. wbioh taaa a mall boot
M directions, VI mix dtjacrii-twa of all Uxm varicui
fltnacvw wti.iA fM can crrat prorLai-iy, ma tul
urotiona k.r !, tnnf tho aaedicinAa, diet, etc
T'ye varKma tp .ire ail markad and labeled, ao yet
sr4d not be i.t a tofw wbicfc to Kiva in a particaiar cea
ami cae d-recotftifeao plain aed ample Utiat yonnec
net jre aitraj iU. ooa a moaa caaea. yon or ywpr wift
' Till be alle temtand arrest liirae-tuorthsof all tAt
esseao lUaejp wtucb ocoorin rmr famttT- Von oan dc
lutM. twcaiiM caa tia mck child -r eitient a ooca
Td long br!cm the docfer woulu becr.lled,and thm
ae the nok naa with the proper rfuriy at once, mc
otleubaiiBJamageroaa. in tafinztbesesinipUacd
or. cfiectivc BiOtlicinea, atw von vud drcjcjtmg thi
jatiect and t4tk weaker" vt the 19 stnit and layinc tba
icnndiuion at fptiredueei-e yoDaleoarethuaenoDlet
wt eradi fcte tooee tondnncioa to chronic dueaae wtuon
-xirt. a ac uuf families and imiivid u&ia. aoch
tiwr tui VoaU, ftMMmp'KM, -by 'he nea. fram timf
.Jtme.aa otaaiQn roqoirea foraneij aultnenuor
m ae oerj, of" tbo proper Bpeettic, not ontj ia tfc
at'K dtaeane crrr but the foandation, ao to apoaJL
of ralraeqnent. tvrd frraTO chronio OiteasfM ia remoretX
l be ooaeuonoa ia that the whole familf improve
bealih. hara lean uid leaa aiokDeaa from year to year,
bave EKne via or and belter constitution, and that
rtaTuli yon work out from under toe haul of diaeaa.
and doctor. Jut the reverse of this w tine, onderold
ocb4 treatoMnk h-er viiUinoua dnae of medicim
UTes the waf tor anotber, ooe visit of the doctoroftex.
neceeattatea anotber. and a pood thorough old-achoo
. floe toe can make Datieota enoub ia the first leu rean
of bia profeasionai life, to keep him boey for the bcim'
af aie daya, llaMe wtecfca of nen, mntie uy the aouat
of csiosel. bne -maea, aninioft, iofiine 001am end
potaesinm. ara tee harvest fields of rioetnrs. So no
rjnd ret oat of this way of dnctnnac. t.et a ease
air-jcmc, awl doctor $oarwrU and family wh?n yon can
an" when yon aunt tuva a doctor, aond fur the moat
rc ble one in oar reach, and yon will soon hare aidi
n-s and doctor rare visitor at yonr houae.
tsiia is no fancy sketch, ho mere windy promise.
ISrwOhoda have done ao, and yon may do hkewiae. um
aivrsHut invntved in (he experiment aa antlacKe,aad th
attempt wll wrrth a trial.
Vi A 7 to 60 bmre via norarce or renew
i'4h cafy coatainmv a. aprcific for
irT erdiattrr ditritf av family ia -
aaect m uad bovka i direrrioni
From 10 to 834
Smaller Family ao4 TntTrHnw zw, with
to visas . . - TniagaitoSfe
BpeeifioB lor all PrfvRte niMctvtr bnb for
Carina and for Preventive ti.uKv l in
vials and pocket oaaea hrtV&t to$$
FONU KXTR. IT.
Cares Baram Bral, I amrii -f-- SerrMpw.
Kttrc TlireaU Kpraiite. Teotkarn-, tArnrbe
rMrraijtta RaatMiuiNtn l,tinibaeH i'ilnsi
Boits iMitMMt Nore Kyet lliretlinic of the
I.unira, oe, rtomavek. or of Pile. Co ran.
Price, ti aava AO
eeoHat Flats. SlUKte Qaarta.
r thaee llwawitiw, eioepi POND'S EXTRACT
by the caee or auigle box. are sent to any Dart of tbt
oeantry, by mail or arpiaai. faae of oharae oa ceoeap
id the pooa.
- AU laTRBI UVWX BX ACDUSSKD -
Hw upatalc Medldne Coanpany.
OOoeand Dapau Ka atfi Bmoadwat. Kew Vork.
FOE 8ALB BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Wholesale Aotam. K. Bnrnnam k Son, Harlbnrt
4 EdaaU, Van 8obaacfc, Htevenma k Re d, C'hieano.
HL : Jenka k Ganloa, 8L Paal, Minn. ; Brawn. Wabbet
ft Graham, HL Lamm. Mo.; i-arrand bheley A Oa.
Detroit, Mi h.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AGKNTTM All who anffered for yeara from Kar
' vooa Debility, Pramatnre Decay, and all the
eflota of yoethfui tndiaoretion, wilL for the sake
anflenna humanity, aend free to ail who need it the re
cipa and airdotton for making the aimple remedy
which fee waa eared, baflerers wnhinc to preht by the
advertiaer'a experience caa do o by addreiac,
perfect ooohdeooe. jaUH B. OGDKN.
Fa. 43 Cedar street. New York.
AGKAiTS WANTED FOR
Inelndnr Vanbood, Womanhood, and their mntnal
Inter -reuui'Mia: Love, ha lawn, oower. Ac. : or Prcf
B. Fowier. Kend for cirenlarv and epeamen pare of the
vara. .ooreaa naTiOMaU. nmubBva ua, fbiladfO
phia. Pa. ; Ohioaco,IlL. Cmcinau.Q. ; orbL Lonia.Me.
S3 VATCH ! S3 VMTCH!
THE GREAT EFROPE AN
Eureka Alamincm Gold Watch Co.
HA YE APPOINTED
J. F. WILXJAMS ft COaa, Jewalert.
561 Broadxay, Sow York
Sole Amenta for the U. 8
And hare antoTired them to ae)1 ttaetr great
RCRKXA ALTTMUrTTH (tOU) W ATCHK8 for TaRCKlXLr
Xaaa, and to warrant each and every ooe to keep cor
rect time for ooe year. Tbis watch we arnaxantee to be
the heat and cheapest tiae-keper that t now in oaa
in any part of tba cloee. The work are in donbwe-eae
Ledie and Genta siae, nd are beautifully chses
The eaaea are nude of the metal iow ao widely known
in Karoo aa Aluminum Gold. It haa the 'zact tUor of
aTeM. whtoh it ulms ri; it till stand the teat
the etronjtoat acids ; no one can tel it from Geld only
by wetrh,U)e AlnminoaiGold heinirone-fcnrtta lighter
Tbe worka are all made by machinery, the same aa toe
well-know a American Witch. We pact the Watch
afely in a stnill box and aend H by mail to any part
the United btateeoa receipt of 3fw; fifty eenta for
paekmc or poatacre. A key ia sent fr e with each
. Wsich. Money aboald be aent by Po4 Office Money
Order, or in a llmTerel lottex. Ahdreas all order
and ownnwinioaCiona to
J. F. Willie I A MS at CO., Jewrlera,
Brood way. New Verfc.
U7 St. Charlea m,
W ONGER ivvuntD ias 8. I-ooH than any Obron
J ie Physician, ao raecemfolly treau Sub pi and
iJomplicstei Veaereal Pieeaae aa to bn" attienta
from every 8 tele. Hia hospital opportonitiea,a lite
time ezperienoe wirb purest dra. prepared in the
auebluhntent. onree caaea siren up by rubers, no
natter woo tailed: tell yunr prirate tronbl-. Oon-s-nlTatioti
free Hand two t aaa e tor medical eesaya.
MAKiooD.WoiiAVHooDjtiit by mail.la ota. each.
bjthfora6oenta;lU0pare. All that the ennona,
donbtinl or inqounUve wtab to know about thm
eatTea, nAmeo F.rery yonc man and woman
oojrbt to read it aaawrinc The nerrona, debili
tated or parbaUy impoteat eeoientooeaUy edrteed
. $1,000 FEB WE.
Caa be awle oa tbe quiethr perries rho are cp to
eur-A, without mtMTlenrur with other basinet.
rldrw. eoofidntuLllr. JA.HtS KUUU 4c IU,
. UM Broadway, Nrw V- rli.
l a liAI. eyaw articles rorAffentm. .-ss
)Jpiesssatn. H- B-bti-AW Allied Ma
CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE. Mild Weather-The Election-The
Wheat Market Business-The Religious
Wheat Market Business-The Religious Press-The Interior-The
Wheat Market Business-The Religious Press-The Interior-The Standard-The Agricultural Press-
Wheat Market Business-The Religious Press-The Interior-The Standard-The Agricultural Press-What They Do-Western Journals
Wheat Market Business-The Religious Press-The Interior-The Standard-The Agricultural Press-What They Do-Western Journals for Western Men-The Prairie Farmer-
The Legal News-Amusements.
Chioaoo. Not. 15th, 1870. Mild weather
continaoa. This morning a lew flue, of
dow fell, bat it soon cleared off bright and
warm, and it seems more like (September
S nee mv laat letter we have had ac excited
election, with bitter and disgraceful person,
aliiiea on the OoDRreaaional ieane as the
main staples in tbe canvass. Tbe Tribune
bolted tuc Bepnblican candidate for Con
gress, Chas. B. Farwell, of tbe wholesale
dry goods bonse of Jobn T. Farwell & Co.,
and nnited with tbe Tunea and the Demoo
i ary on John Wentwortb as a reform candi
date, and waa beaten b over 6,000 majority.
Tbe Times repudiated V i n: worth after the
election, declaring that lni coarse had been
each throneh tbe canvass that it did not re
gret his defeat. There is a very strong feel
ing among Republican basin ess men against
the Tnbnne, for its course daring the can
vase, and it has evidently lost cast among
strict nartv men. Bnt aa it took this coatee
of deliberate choice, it doubtless anticipated
the consequences of such a step at the out
set. The Bt publicans made a pretty clean
sweep in both city and oouuty , but have fallen
on largely in the state.
THE WHEAT MARKET.
is not verr animated. No. S selling at $1.04(3
1 05. Beceipta the past week were 334 840
bushels, and shipment 511,289 bushel. Tbe
European news rendering a general war
probable encourages holders to hope for
rise, but all such expectations are uncertain.
is fair, but not unusually active. The course
of trade is healthy not speculative.
THE RELIGIOUS PRESS.
Chicago has become tbe radiating point for
religions, as well as secular, influences for
tbe great Northwest, and for ability, enter-
prae. ecnoiaremp, creaotn 01 news ana a
vicoron i piotv. its religions press will bear
favorable comparison wiw tnai 01 Boston or
New York. Tbe centre of noDalation and
empire has passed from the seaboard to the
. . i vri, i i i i : :
Olisaieeippi vauey, hu hjs miuiB uTuig iu
tbe Mississippi basin are nenceiortn to give
law to this continent. We need a distinct
ive literature, religious as well as secular,
adapted to tbe genius and wants of the West,
and tbe leadiDg minds or this central region
perceive thia fact and accept the respensi
bilty which it imposes. It is not disrespect
ful to onr Eistern brethren, or assuming to
be wiser or better man t ney, to say that the
men who live in the Great West and are a
nart of it oan better comprehend its necesai
ties and provide for them. Politicians and the
political press here long ago attained their
maioritv here, and it is time that religious
people at the west ceased to look to the east
for their supply of religions newspapers
especially since tney can now be supplied as
well, if not better, at home. And it is a dnty
they owe to themselves to sustain their
In the front rank of religious papers in this
an ably edited and beantifnllT printed seven
oo'umn qn&rto weekly, the organ of the re
united Presbyterian Church, numbering
among its contributors some of the ablest
minds ot the country, and having well-in'
formed and sagaciona correspondents at the
chief commercial, political and religions cen
tres of f-orope ana America, it naa reoeiv
ed tbe warmest commendations of tbe press
in all quarters, religions and secular, and
meets admirably a want long felt by tbe
rnwmwnaDB ui uie wwt. lb gives, m au
dition to religions intelligence, the market
reports, a foil synopsis of home and foreign
news, fresh and interesting reading matter
for all classes and is a living exponent of so
cial, civil ana njprai progress ,ana of the nest
hopes and aspirations of the times in which
we live. In eight months it has reached a
circulation of 12,000 a striking proof of its
excellence and popularity. It is pnbU bed
by the Western Publishing Company for $2.50
a year, and should have a place in every
rTeeoytenan lamuy in me northwest, i noee
subscribing now for the next year will get
me paper iree tin Jan. l, i&il.
The organ of the Baptist denomination in
the west is.
A religions family paper, in its eighteenth
year, with a circulation of 18,750, published
m Chicago by Church A Goodman at $3 a
year. It is conducted with marked ability,
and is creditable to the large religions body
it so efficiently represents. No Baptist fam
ily should bs without it,
THE AGRICULTURAL PRESS.
Agricultural journalism, in this country, is
of but comparatively recent growth. Within
tfre last twenty years their number has been
largely increased, and the leading ones have
been greatly improved. A few, looated at
central points, by the enterprise and fore
sight of their publishers, have attained a
large circulation and become almost indis
pensable to the intelligent and thrifty
WHAT THEY DO.
They employ able writers and correspond
ents, and gather and embody the results of
the beet experiments in fanning, gardening
and stock-raising, over a wide extent of coun
try, and, for a mere pittance, transmit to
each household tbe practical knowledge and
ripe experience of the most skilled, scientific
and successful cultivators of the soil.
JOURNALS FOR WESTERN MEN.
And as the soil and climate of the west dif
fer materially from those of tbe east, and
farming hers requires peculiar meth
ods, there axe far stronger reasons
why farmers should prefer western
to eastern agricultural journals, than why
they should prefer western to eastern politi
cal and religious journals. It is practical
knowledge of western farming that tbe west
ern farmer needs, and no farmer's journal
can aid him so much, other things being
equal, as one grown out of western experi
ence on western sou. And as there is no
point so favorable for the production ef just
such a papfrastbe great agricultural por
tion of the country:needs, as Chicago, it is
but the natural law of development that here
should be looated the first, oldest ableat and
most widely circulated western journal of
THE PRAIRIE FARMER.
Established in 1841, it has not only kept
pace with agricultural improvements, but
with the B arvekma growth of the Northwest.
It ia a large quarto weekly, well printed on
clear white paper and illustrated with fine
engravings, and published by the Prairie
Farmer Company in a new building, eon.
siruciea especially lor tnis purpose at 112
Monroe 6k!, at the low price of 12 a year. It
gives the earheet and fullest practical infor
mation on all that pertains to the Farm, the
Garden and the Household, wide-awake edi
torials, and a great variety or well prepared
readmit matter for the family circle. No
farmer can read it for a year, without being
many times its price the richer. Subscribers
for 1871 get it free to the first of Janoarv.
And all yearly subscribers will receive free
the Annual for 1871, a complete Hand Book
of Ij'J pages, for the farm and fireside for the
whole year. Tbe publishers offer 150 differ
ent premiums to canvassers for subscribers.
ranging in value from a dollar gold pen to a
first-class piano, beside special prizes lor
poet-masters, school teachers, store-keepers,
and for boys and girla. But, aside from its
splendid prizea, the Prairie Farmer will car
ry gladness to many thousand families, the
THE LEGAL NEWS.
The only weekly law paper in the West has
entered npon its third year. It is the cmcial
paper of tbe state tor publishing ths laws of
Illinois, it publishes in advance of tbe re
port, the moat important decisions of the
supreme Court of tbis stat and of the I)ia
trict and Circnit Courts of the United States,
head notes from the reports of tbe various
Supreme Courts in advance of the regular
issues, abstracts of recent English caee,
and the latest general legal intelligence. It
is published by Hyra Bradwell, Chicago, at
THE LEGAL NEWS. AMUSEMENTS.
The Theodore Thomas concerts, which
close to-night at Farwell Hall, have been ad-
At McVicker'a theatre, Maggie Mitchell ia
playiug a successful engagement, and will
give us jane tyre f naay ana batnrday even
ings. Next week McVicker himself will give
ns a round of comedies.
At Aiken's Museum Bondcanlt'aRaonarM
or, The Treaty of Limerick, is having a great
run. xnaoasgivmg mere a ill De lour per
formance. At the Opera House, the Lin gird troupe
are now perform. ng, to be succeeded, next
week, by Marie Seebacb, the great tragedi
enne, and a atar company, in Bchillert
Mary Stuart, Jans Eyre, and Faust,
At tbe D arborn theatre. Manning's Min
st'ela bring down the house this week with
"Across the Continent," and next week they
mane "A Trin Aronnd the World. B.
Faxusoih Love. The man who likes
chatty women finds his doom in a girt who
never opens her lips; the cynia who hates
bread and batter trembles before a miss in
her teens; the prim young neophyte of the
patronage worships tbe horsiest of Dinas.
Mo doubt Ultre is a method in all this mad
ness, and a philosopher yet to come will
rescue thia bit of outlying existence from
the realm of caprice. Bat, as yet, nobody
has brought love within the calculation of
chances. It is just as impossible as it was
in the days of our forefathers to predict
a bom we shall fall in love with. It is still
ss difficult as it ever was to decide who is
bkely to fall in love with ns. The only
result which comes of meditation on tbe
subject is a sort of conviction that under
cerU'n perfectly inexplicable conditions it
is prssible for anjiM -iy to foil in lore with
aajbo !y Im-. Sitrrf.ty Review.
Laoxede Hotel, Chit-ago, $2.00 per dsy,
, . . - .. . ' -
(none better.) corner Madison and Canal Bu
The Exploration of Lower California.
AN EXPEDITION AND ITS EXPERIENCE.
A carious little journal, about twelve
inches by six in size, and imperfectly
printed one page in English and the next
in Spanish comes to us by the last Cali
fornia mail, it is entitled the Jjower jaii-
fornian, and is published at Magdalena
Bay. The issue for October 12U contains
the following synopsis:
'The expedition fitted oat for the exam
ination and colonization of the lands of
the Lower California Company, which
sailed for San Francisco on August 1. pro
ceeded to the bay of Todos Santos, now
known as fort J anrez, and after examin
ing the harbor and the valuable adjacent
land of Son Antonio, sailed for Cape Col-
nett, where surreys were made of some of
the fertile vallejs npon and near Colnett
Thence to the land-locked bay of ban
Quentin, with its valuable salt works, pro
ducing now one thousand tons of tbe
finest salt of the Pacific coast, and capa
ble, with some outlay, ot producing five to
ten thousand tons.
"Thence to the roadstead of Flay Mnna,
the guano island of Elide, the Cio do Lie-
bre, or Scammon's Lagoon, whence can
be taken, at a trifling cost, salt to supply
the Pacific eoast past (Jerroa Island and
its lofty peaks, rich in minerals, to the
quiet harbor of San Bartholomew, known
to whalers as lame Kay. i hence.
alter short sojourn, to the superb bay ot
MaRdulena, where, finding every requi
site for a great commercial port and
city a spacious and accessible harbor,
deep water and sheltered anchor
age, ovet five handled miles ot inland
steamboat navigation, draining the most
fertile lands -a climate unequalled in tbe
world, every nook and inlet swarming with
delicions fish and turtles, a district of
ooantry capable of sustaining, with its ad
jacent mineral and other sources, a popu
lation of two or three millions of people.
it is determined to commence the nucleus
of the colonization of the southern por
tion of the vast properties of ths com'
"Materials, tools, lumber, and all things
necessary, are soon landed and roads cat
through the dense undergrowth covering
the sandy hills, which for a hundred miles
fringe the bay, and extend back from five
to six miles to the plains or prairie.
"These verdant plains sweep back to
the Sierras some fifty to seventy-five miles.
gently rising, and run nearly parallel with
tbe bay and its estuaries some two hun
dred or three hundred miles, flat as a bil
liard table and covered with fine sweet
grass. Over them troop herds of wild cut
tle, horses, deer and antelope.
"On the edge of this plain it is deemed
best to commence boring artesian wells,
and soon Yankee energy has houses built,
a store, a school house for the natives and
a printing office, derricks rear their awk
ward frames, and ere long the squeaking
Dnllevs and erindins fencers tell the aston
ished native that the first well of Lower
California is being lored.
"The first fortnight no human being is
seen, then come in from long distances the
people of tbe country with horse, mules
and cows and beef for sale, and welcome
as brothers the Americans.
"From the bay a sweep of the seine
gives a boat load of delicions nsb mnl
let, Spanish mackerel, perch, sardines, &c
Anotber cast, and halt a dozen green tor.
ties of much suooalency are gathered in.
Then Nimrod Adams packs in a couple of
antelopes, and the jolly captain brings
home a Chinaman load of fat curlew from
the fresh water ponds of the Llanos 'for
ty-five, with two barrels, my boy.
"Meanwhile surveys go on and maps are
made by tbe company's able engineer, of
farms and Tillage sites, and the projected
city ot Cortez' named after the great
conqueror of Mexico and discoverer, in
1534. of Lower California.
"On the opposite aide of the great bay
the officers of the flagship Ossippee make
Bcienuno surveys and verifications of 'Man
o' War Cove,' which, with its sheltered
anchorage, fine holding ground, dry dock
and coaling advantages, easy carx.riity for
impregnable defence, and perfect accessi
bility under steam and salt will probably
be the principal rendezvous of the vessels
of the United States, and will give to the
United btates the absolute control of the
"Gardens are also made. Spading the
vlrgir. sou and planting every vegetable
and flower ot temperate and torrid zone.
Corn, two weeks from planting, is a foot
high, and soon the roasting ears will be
"And so all work with high beart and
conrage, confident of the immediate future
and thankful to God for being permitted
by Him to be tbe instruments to inaugur
ate a new era of intelligence, energy and
prosperity in this rich and beautifnl
country, so long crushed by misrule and
abandoned to ignorance and sloth.
War Scenes in France.
Mr. Edward King writes to the Boston
Journal as to affairs in Fans:
- Some of the results of tbe investment of
the town, small in comparison with oth
ers though they may be, are curious to
note. For instanoe, my correspondent
says one might fancy, himself in (Jons tan
tioople, there are srr many ownerless and
pathetics-eyed cars waudt-ring about tbe
streets, snumng every one to see if they
can find their lost masters. The new Be-
pnblio has had to occupy itself with a dog
ordinance, te beware of "mad dogs
within the walls. The garbage heaps
begin to smell to heaven, as the
scavengers are all in more important occu
pations than their usnal one, and the
health committee will soon ask the non-
combatants to drive dirt carts for a day or
two. omoking in the street is prohibited,
fiercely in certain sections, because pow
der wagons pass so frequently. Any one
who laughs in a load voice, or talks em
phatically and loudly, soon has an angry
crowd around him. The people seem to
think he is making fan of their sad situa
tion. All the governmental subsidies to
tbe theatres have been suspended. Sever
al restaurants were large numbers of peo
ple dine regularly, are becoming store
houses of the future, as ea?h diner gener
ally pats aside the wine he would like to
drink, and the pioce of bread he needs,
"for the women and children by and by."
The same writer says on the authority of
his rans correspondent: "The trench-
men ara mining the great avennes that ra
diate from the Triumphal Arch, bat do
not intend to blow them np of coarse, un
til the Prussians get well on to them. The
Avenue Josephine, where so many Ameri
cans have made their homes in the past.
has huge barricades built here and there
across it, and they are soon to be erected on
the Avenue delTmperatiioe. The niiuingis
done by taking oat small squares of earth
and macadam in various places, and in
serting the f eliminating substance, in some
oases, so that the passage of a heavy body
over it will cause it to explo Je. What el-
feet the thunder of tbe huge guns, like
the monster ULrupp an l others, will have.
he did not say.
He adds in another place: "At a town of
Armentieres a perfectly trustworthy eye
witness, recently returned from Koaen,
declares that he saw this sad spectacle.
Men, pale with rage, were trying in vain to
extinguish the nres that were burning down
their houses; women, in despair, had
thrown the.nselves on the ground, trying
to cover tbttir screaming children with their
bodies, and huddling around them the frag
ments of their wretched furniture which
they had dragged from the flames; one old
woman, 84 years old, was screaming to be
taken out ol a burning house, and her son
tore his hair as he tried in vain to drag the
smouldering beams from her aged limbs;
and one villager, a tremendous athlete,
was so overcome with anxiety and sorrow
mat ne expired txom apoplexy in the
midst of his four widowed- children.
Meantime the hideous projectiles con
tinued to fall as by and by they will fall
on dear old Paris and all the familiar
haunts, to baptize in blood tbe new repub
lic. One of the incidents of th'S avenging
bombardment had sinister consequences.
Four men stood op together amid the ru
ins of their burned and blackened houses
and swore each to kill a Prussian before
the next suru-et. Four lancers were found
dead near each o'her on the high road
from Armentieres to Heri court the next
day. Extravagant as this may seem, it is
Alzxakdeb C. Fxltos will be tried in
Boston as an accomplice of Mar Lin, the de
faulting officer of the Hide and Leather
Bank, who was pardoned by President
Johnson. Felton's counsel argued that the
indictment waa not good as Felton was sot
an officer of the bank, but Jadge Clifford
decided otherwise, one party onlv to the
transaction being necessarily an officer of a
bank in a case of conspiracy.
Mrs. Hawthorne and her family are cow
eeiding in Lcndon.
MnrcTE Macetnebt. A correspondent
writing from London, says:
"The most extraoidinary machine ia
the exhibition is, beyond question, the
one for microscope writing. This enables
a person to write in the usual way, and to
duplicate nis writing a million times small
er, so smau, inaeea, tnat it is invisible to
the caked eye, yet with a powerful mic
roscope becomes so plain that every line
and dot can be seen. The inventor claims
that with this instrument he can copy the
entire bible twenty-two times in the space
of an inch. The Astor Library, I presume.
could be transferred to a sheet of note pa
per, l'racucaiiy it win be of great service
in preventing forgeries. With one of these
machines a private mark can be pat oa
bills so uinate and perfect that tbe forger
can neither perceive nor imitate it, but the
bank clerk or broker, kaowmg where to
look, can at once detect that a bill is genu
ine. The machine is the invention of a
Nervous debility with its gloomy attend
ant, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, epermattorrhoea
l'laa of power, dizzy head, loss of memory
and threatened impotence and Imbecility
find a sovereign cure in Humoarev'a Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the most valnable mild and potent cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone np the system, arrest the dis
chargee, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality, to thtjentire man. They nave
enred tbnueanda of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of 070 boxes and a large vial of
powder, worth $2.00, which is very important
in obstinate and oi l eases, or II per
single box. Sold by all druggists, and stmt
by mail on receipt of price. Address Horn
pbreya epeciho Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 562 Broadwav, New York.
truomau tgem euro nun s a van scbaaet. Hart,
bart Kdssll, Chicago. Ills ; Jenks k Sordoo. 8t,
Panl Minn,: Brown Webber k Graham, Bt. Louis,
Mo.; rarraod, BheleT k Co , Detroit. Mich.
The But ahd Obiqihal, Tohio of Iron
Phosvborus and Cahsava. known as Caswell.
Macs A Co.'s Ferro Phosphorated Elixir ol
Caiisaya Bark. The Iron restores color to
the blood, the Phosphorus renews waste of
nerve tissue and the Calieaya gives a natural,
healthful tone to the uissire organs, there
by curing Dyspepsia in its various forms.
Wakefulness, Uener&l l-buitv and Depres
sion of Kpirite. Manufactured only by CAS
WELL, HAZAIlD A CO., successors to Cas
well, 4-ac 4 Co., New York. Sold by all
Ode CoifCLDsroH. As far aa we are able to
judge, (and we have given the subject no lit
tle consideration ana at' intioni. tne conclu
sion to which the scien'ific world, tba press,
and tho public have arrived with regard to
liana s oka Moss f abike, are lonnded on in
controvertible facts: and we have no hesita
tion in warmly recommending th3 article to
our readers as an essential of the eoonomio
cuisine, and as a genuine luxury. To dyspep
tics, invalids and all those requiring a light
and delicate food, we fuel assured it will
prove an invaluable bleaeing. In fact, we
can hardly say too much in favor of this
most delicions and palatable food. It will be
found for sal by ail of our druggists and
grocers; and if yon care to have a delioious
dessert, do not go home without a package.
XiBTHWEsTEBit Hobsb Natl Co., mannfao-
turura of Patent Hammered Horse Nails.
Office 68 West Yan Buren street. Factory 66
to 68 West Van Buren street, corner Clin
ton street, Chicago.
Fofclak. It is correctly asserted that Dr.
Henry's Koo and Plant Pills are the most
favorite family pill in use. See advertise
ment in another column.
Jevxb & Alvini, Importers ana dealers in
Artists Materials, and Wrung Fresco Paint
ers of the West, 152 and 154 South Clark
HuBLBtrr A EneAiL's, leading wholesale
druggists of tbe Northwest, corner Lake
street and Wabash aven ie, Chicago.
Rauvxei and others wishiusr profitable
employment will do well to notice the adver
tisement ol a. w. nonneay, ot r'miaaeiptna.
This is a reliable ana liberal house.
Sex advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispensa
rv, headed, Book for the Million Mabbiaoi
(JciDa in another column. It should be
read by all.
Tax Nxw PHOTonRAPHio Family Record
Agents wanted. Sales lively. For circulars
and terms, address M. L. Sogers & Co., 104
Madison street, unicsgo.
Jakes H. Fostzb ft Co.. 151 Lake street,
Chioago, importors of breech-loading shot
guns ana implements.
Bbzf Cattlb Fair to Prime.. 00
Sbeif Fair to Prime
Oottoh Middling ,
Ftoom Extra Jealern......
Whkat No. 1 Spring ,
Ooaa Western atiaed. .....
OAia Western ..
111 n)f (7
4 oo a ( oo
0 19 S 9 SU
1 si e i ss
M k SO
69 & SO
M 14 M
1 oo a l oi
S4 0 24 ft
Labd . 13 UX
Barm Choice. TM 0 T TS
Prime 6 60 14 T 00
ran- Oradea 60 9 00
Median Tt 4 5
Stocb Oattlb Common IN AIM
Inferior IN IU
Hoes Uv .. 00 0 T SO
Bhxzp lire Good toChaloe-... 1 10 0 i 9f
Btrma Choice. )f S N
Eooa Freeh 30 ) U
Fioca White Winter Extra (00 H T 10
Spring Ititra 7o AIM
Wbkat Wpnng, No. 1. 0 1 OS
Ko. a 1 03 0 1 os
OOBB HO.1 e M
Oais Mo. SOX
Btb No. 3 0 6
Bablbt No. S TO g S4
Poaa Mess, New M M) a 00
Labs 13 1
Bkbb Cattlb. 1 M ATM
Hooe Live t SO i to
SmtEr Live 1 60 A t 00
Flocb Family Ill A M
WatBAT-aed 1 IT A 1 18
Co as. M A as
Oats M a M
Bra ; T6 A
Buur 1 10 A 1 11
Poaa Mess felt 00
Labd. v' A 1X
Bex Cattlb Choice fM ATM
Good to Prime., t 00 ASM
Hoes live. T 00 A i M
mbkkv ood to Choio 1 TS A I 00
Flocb Spring XX IU A 6 60
Wbkat No. 1 Bed A 1 zK
Oou TO A TS
Oats- U A 4
Rib A TO
Bablet MA 50
Poaa Mess &7i K
Labd 14 A UK
amra f T ATM,
Prime S M ATM
Fair Grades. i 60 MM
Medium IN A 00
Btoce Cattlb Common ........ S 60 A 00
Inferior 1 60 ASM
Hoes Lttb ts A T 26
sbmf Live Good to Choice... I 00 A a M
Bums Choice 33 A M
Esna Fresh 14 A
Fiona "Voile Winter Extra I TS AIM
:onon Extra t to A 60
Wsauv-sijmiif. No. 1 1 OT Alt
No. J 103fcAlM
Ookb Na 1 A M
Oats No. t........ a 40
Btb No. 3 a
Bablbt Good.... A 00
Pomx Mess - AH 60
Labd 14 16
IT ST1XI, WA YE-BttT than r. 40 Ion onl
omni ra every Dumber, filled to the brim with
epsftoaia stonea, Motcae. wit, Damor, taa, poetry tod
exposures of bamb., nd pwnvl'erN. oomia i Mas ration-,
c ,4c,Jl in the NTAK PAiwLKD BAN.
NKK." iVdster win, onlv 75 ewnta a. mt. auad mlm.
ffJst3eturairjrKKKt-:. Sfoaey refanied if roa w
ao wesuj HUMrHi. itt iv BMCi-rQi 'or tmp
Awvit we oiaaoranubcu DAnnrK,
UtnedaUe, N. EL
rytO PRINTKKH.-Tbe Tjedertnjrned wishes to
pqir-uaae er Man a wrqe-ewtxe newmpeper in
w naa enenretie baetseaa p-ace- head tarn
cflVe, with a apectmen paper pnUJtttied. tenm. ka . to
J. P. B.KYSOLU& Boxm Mi. Veraoo. lo.a.
aO AI.RHMr'N WANTED.
To eeil rood by
pie ai wnol'asie. We will du a salary of 7&.0U te
Iw.'Kper moott anlexpeoi
AB EXKaSIT X., 11 Mad woe he. Obtcajpx ilL
npHB NetfoBsl Pletorlal has Finest IllBsmt.
bpHKrimeos free. Agenta wanted rvrrvwhere.
oontatos ia every nomber ooe oom-
llsnwte DriM attaw nlnawt s Wall
Foitv iMes of other ma((r. Yearly l. 6oM by
Newsdeeiers at lu cu, per py. Splendid Premium,
t&uu cash to be atrarded f w prize clubs. Mpecimoa
copy iron. Address A. 8. WOOD, yowbonch. n7y
Baameea uonorabie. o compeliUoa, liberal
pay pvea. B.WKiaBpr ia 4th8.Fliiia
JWlLUAllVANNAMKK,M.D..will send hia
nse msdieal psmpolst free to snr addrsss ao
receipt of sump. Address P. O. Box ehL
, GETTI1VG UP CLUBS.
GREAT SAYING TO CONSUMERS
Parties erioaire how to wot wo nhih. nm
eeno iot rnce luk, sna a uao torm will aeoosapany it
with foil direction, mvfc-tnf a lanre mraM to coosaa
srsand rsajnnorafave lolab acgwxara. . ,
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.
. 31 rnd 33 Vesey Street,
P. O. Boa (643. KEW YORK.
Capital Prize, $100,000.
The Opera House at Hamilton,
Ohio, costing' (127,000.00, pat
into tbe Scheme at only S100,
000.00, and some Tlae Farms
near tnat city, to be drawn in a
Zsotterv ruaranteed br tbe best
men in Southern Ohio.
For inrtber information address
OPERA HOUSE COMMISSIONERS,
Bettor, frssfasr ana ohesper than any hi tho Weal
Bend far pfioeo before baying elsewhere. (Jormr of
Madison and Dearborn, Coicago,
LANDS IN SJUTK-WEST MISSOURI.
The Atlantio & Pacific Railroad
(KrabraetE . late Booth TWflo) bare for sale l.SKljioo
aorea. Of ose qoauw, Mie orsoit, ooeep. ror Daruca
lars, in psmphleta, sppl; to AMOS TUCK. lod
r. Ha. v. slant atreet, bt. Ionia, Mo.
A. B. W. TAYLOR & CO.'S
23d ZUralar Monthly'.
fBRHB OITLT RKLI ABLK OUT DISTR1 BUTlOlf
In ths eoantrr. U000 in Cash and Valnable
Prises to be distributed Oeoomber Ha, 187 U.
CAPITAL PRIZE, - - $5,000
Btnaie Tioksta tt : "Is Tlokata, M. Aaonta wasted
ell fioketa. Chreolare oontarninc fall psrueoius
ill he sent ta an one orderine tbsm.
A. n W. 1 A I IjUtl a uo.
60,000 GOLD PEWS FOR SALE.
GROWN GOLD PENS
CWstraated Is Karats Fins.)
fVKRT afA5, WOUAIf AHD CHILD SHOULD
JCi write locibly, and to obtain a blub decree ol pro
Icieaey nothine; adds more matertaiiy to ooe's proaTrss
in um an ot psnmananip uaa uo ass oi a
FIRST-CLASS GOLD PEN.
Onr none have n reootetJon sseosd to none in the
errantry: bet. in order to s-ito erorybodyan optxirtaoitr
of procariwr a GOLD PEN that WK WARRANT TO
UtVtf KNTIHK SATISFAOTiON.we have deudodto
efior lor sale onr oo ebrstod brand known as tho
COLOATS CJLOWZvT OPZUV,"
tim the MkMrfow liberal beats:
We Bnanataetoro for led) as two sixsa, known as
Ns. 1 and Nw, and two for ceotlenien, anown so
Ns. a and N. wa and niaoo thun ail at tnt nniformi
Or, Fonr Pens. 15.00.
I IV ADDfTIOW.WROITKTr) KAOH mTSTOMrR,
FO&KVSKT PKN OUOKKED, A.TiUKETlNUUtt
Which wiU posltl''slj take plsos u
Cincinnati, February lit, 1871
The Lift of Gifts are aa Follow. :
II CASH GIFT. $3,000100
1 M " tt.SOO 00
91,000 saeh, a, OOO 00
a, ooo oo
10 Roee'd PI nm as. 600
10 ' 4O0 "
4 Blll'rd Tafcle., UO "
30 l.wlif Mack's, HO
1,409 Other Gifts, each ss Gold
Silver Watcbes, Diamond Pins, Gold
Chains, articles of iewelrr.etc.varT
log Is value from $ to (SJOeach, 918,700 00
1,04 GIF ra. TaUmcel at 960,000 00
REMEMBER OTJR TERMS:
Ob Gold Pom, (either Bias), - tt BO
Or F.ar roata " for BOO
imi s ticket cine ta the sbOT. Grand Dtetnbntfcsi, for
evso dob oroecee.
ORDERS riXLED PROMPTLT.
tw AGKWT8 wtsd fa seer, town hi tho eeoatrv,
to woem UDeral ersnTniartoas will OS psio.
Address all order, to
K. H. COM5 ATK CO
Box 1 63. . laelnnnu. Ohio.
COFGELS CROCPv BKONCHITKS,
COLDS . ASTH'tIA. INFLUENZA,
UsuttMM aVSMl iawlpletit CaMasptiosu
BaBBa Pbctobsi. ICiatxiB has rani dry wow tho favor
of pattents who have tried it, and also ine patron ace
the --' fnenitv in ovstt stott'fn of the ooantry
where it has been iatrodooed. No remedy tor the
fane and throat over discovered stands so po polar
after onoe need ss thw preparation. It is asade aoder
the onpervisianof Mr. T. U. Bsrr, one of the beet prao
toal ehernists ii tho Stain. Tho sooosss wtueh has
attended tho ooe of tnie remedy for tho past suieon
wwavrs. srbwsw known, has indaeed an 4a ntako i more
wKiefy known for tho beneflt of tbe Iftffenna I-ot the
attliQied rive it a few arisi, as wo are oooDdeat thu
teliaf and perms neot euro will bo tho result, bold
all drnrrwta in the section where this advertisement
N. B droolsrs afvrna? eorbfioatas of reeaarkable
enrso of tho atfliotod will bo sent on application,
tbey will be found aooampanitnc oach botUo wl the
Tho Kuux is pleasant to tale, en 4 is nestly and
slecsntiy pot np in larce bottles at OaNK !OiX-K
T U niDOO. nn Proprietor,
I S lis DHiin C6 UUs TSUtXliAUTBalMtX
fOkld fn (niMtt at WholeMl hr
WTTT T WO VINf'U a, Lin I UD. IflUlift S1IITII
VArfSOHAAOK. BTEVKN8W k RKi D : H URLBUT
KIWAI.L; R. BUANH AM k ROM; blXXlKI 4 OO.
TOLMAJl A hUISts) ftOUK.WOOi BlAMJUl.
In Milwankee wy
KICK A RISIHO:DOH MF?f SCHMIDT; GRERH
RI0HARD6OM 4 OO. ; OOLUVB BROS.
And thnmcnont tho Northwest by all Dnuaristn,
HI ACH I IMER Y.
THE MT.VtRr.ON IRON WORKS
Batabliahed ISO, Maoafaotoro
RIDER CTJT-Orr ENGINES,
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
PORTABLE GRIST MILLS
Merchant and Custom
FL0UR1NS MILL MACHINERY.
Over I an KnwtBiM and Villa In awtvtAAfnl imAW-arian.
Batisfaotien saanntoed. beod fur 1 JoaLraUd Oiroulax
m llf Ib Ib-W)
C.AG. COOPER COn
S10 1'JWm Kaadolph St t hJcturo, III,
Independent Ktmner Bob-Sled
. idhi, SEiiEiuia a so., caitoi, oh:o
' Hare Bawr I. .... trwm Ik. .kr la iu ettisa.
vftsrk sun It as. I.lf. r ersn lean las
I. wmm am anr SsnAls.
Yme ml. Is SOS tsos. la Its Bsfflrwvst. Ss4 SPSill
TBHKB TUOOtt.lD mmm Is Sr. ASsm. Ik. s.s.nlsase
si I, ill, elrsusr. sae In s was I. jssr atef.t aevs
a. A, AESCTT, tkal Western As't,
11 lortk Caaal bt, laicaco, Hi.
Need then. Jfrs Ssssse', reeentlv patented. J
e'ltir, snd oaa be used for ssnmna 6w sti. or t for
SLuu. b sua. Address . A. BAitwiu,
AplURlOSlTy. A $1. (Sand So 0.) hill sent as a
j eurxxitr tec M centa H. O. JONKS, 17 Due
Block. (Jhicse-o. .
K ICf Sr WASTED for ibis fluuu. The Patent
-ttp arudest shodf" are ahead at serthlac mana
tsi mrerl. 8h levorts o State Fairs. B D. WliOr
FERRIS & MILES.
Steam Hammer and Kacliine Tools
Tweatr-To-mrtk m4 Ww4 ScreeU
The STIC AM HAMMER an iUbonld be fat
etMMtreciioa, fWiti in oeUoa. CommnUwU In liand
linc. end Mn4rrmu in prioe.
Toeee hammers have our patent Am ffsat, which
10180 tbe nwet exMOattve die eorf aeet and ear patent
valve aasi ; by wbvca is accomplished wuh the Boot
perfect adjastmeat either the hovy deed blow lor
drawinc down wora. or too hicnt, quick blow for flniate
tTJC. tJti wM oh I' two mnr-ima piWc (VkAiwo Mmc
rt of mrUr. Ail sisea, ftoam luu Ibe. ovwords, with
orio or doable trams.
KNOIN K LATHKH, extra etronc sad heevyoapable
of doing the heaviest and ma aooorsto work. Also
oar patent hcrow-oaninc Lathes, which will do either
tanuacoraorewoatUoa wilAooseaaaxoof gsarwheeML
Boyft. Yoatvr and Middle-Ared Men to tmia ft fall
and Kpnnr boiinee lor 'h diilfreot citie, at the old
est, larwesi and only practMMi tmineasOoHece,aad the
oaiy one providinr taAi loan tor lirsaaatoa. ieaa mr
the CataJoft-a of to in bawosss, Bord sad Tnoioo,
llU. H.G. KA6TMAN. LL D..
yonahsTeepete, It. .
ThmrVAnVXT 'S-'ftprrtlTl tn
Ithe eelehnted HOMft .SHL'TTLK SR WINO
I MaOHiNH Ha. the mmdir ftmd, mates ths
I Vork titrhn (alike on both ndes.) 'nd
towi The best and ehesseet farailf sew-
Hj Maraw in it. i i-i rn..
JOHNSON. CLARK A OO.,
Bneoo, Masa. Plttsborah. Fs.. Chicsco III.
or bt. Looia alo.
$25 A WEEK SALARY!
Trwintr mawn wrYAnti u lneal and travwiliriBf teJaemon
Basinees liftDt sod honorable, i nv no hmttttg
bet a really valuable ntuo naeoina Aaaresa. fwita
j K. H. WALaKH, M Fartx How. Hew York.
HOLIDAY J0UH1VAL for 1871
Onntsins a rbrlstnlas Niorr, Splredlr! PIkts.
.Ylealc Nportis A . pscs- itiasusieo. wbi
I'rr t- rm tscmu. ef oa. .tara- for oostaem. Addrsss
AU.Ufa: CO., Pnblleherm. Beaitaa.
B (iPVTWAVTFn-l! A MONTH! br tbe
AMKKH'AN KXITT1J JUCUIM1I
ROATON, m A-X. or 31. LAU1, AtU.
NOV IS THE TIME I
SUBSCRIBE WITHOUT IELA7,
Firesict9 Companion !
The Bead Neatea, fTIehret-Tmird, and Moot
Family Storv Paper in America.
THE FIRESIDE COMPANION,
Tbooirh only net abont to enter Its fonrth year of pnb.
puoucauon. raoocouou au ovos uo warm
aMo BHlllnwt, Dtanhlnw, Entertalnlac mmd
And or the foitowinc rsoeocs:
THE FIRESIDE COMPANION
riq -tains Snanrnn OoarmuK'i Rtowtt, Fifb
Poktrt, Kick a now ax sod Kihtimextal feErrcHcs,
iMTVRrjrrTJf n AJtiurDUTir. and seen a Rabz OoktBUf a-
iron of Uacpui. Facts, Wit and Hun on, nod other
entenainiD(r martrr. that coee to fom a par rrxxiumrw
t rr the Karniiy Oiroio, as has Srldom rerm RoriLUD,
Nitkb SrRpAK! Amonsr Iho other stnkiojr fsr
tnreeof The Hrvfiide Compsiaicn are its R'ao-
d run IjIttl roiAs, ana uouiuroHiE.iTi' uol
pmk. which are nnrier the manaarement of some of the
Most Loknkp, Wittt and ExPutuitcKD Wsxtxju
or ths Dai, and alone worth dooiiio ton oost of tho
The MitorinlS are. ttkowtso. rrr OUs tho Jokes ss
taorhahle aa letple can stand wlthoat iosinc their
nattaos, us lunMraaons ty tJeienreted ArtiMa, toe
nieicQitw i no mm vaneo. i an nine ana i a terse i-
id c-narBcter, ana, uureiorn. tt may do aeon i
THE F!SES!DE COMPANION
most Drove a llWrhly Weloomo Visitor tn everv famil
in t be land. A inonc the more oonsptonona wrtters tor
The FireIde A onipnAien, are tho (oiUwins;
Mrs. 8nmner H sydeo.
I , ocv Randall Unmlbrt.
John F. Orrwao,
Ken ward Ptiiiip,
J W M-rkey.
John H. Nevins.
MiMlanie do Mirtha.
Ir. Japiter Paeon.
Tho Old Trapper.
Richard Ken wick
Ansasi in Daily,
i .ewJte i norne,
Mary J. Wines.
vjnpw. auyno uera.
While the above brilliant amr of Aathors naranv
teeeareastof Ustaland Charminc Bead ins: At for
voe mo lasciaroos epcare, we are ooauaoaiir on too
watch for any New r tar that may appear in tho lite
ary hiin-Tnent In rvhort. no expneo will bo spared
to seep i ne rireaiae t saipaoiss iauy
-CP TO TUB AtiE,"
what it pnrporta to be in every renpoot
A FlUST-ClSS FAMILY PAPER.
We a abont to Do'ihln several Rtoriee of Wonder-
fnl Power and lntereetKtones that are certain
create a strnaatton in tho readies; world thrvrofore
not ntim tht opportunity, qnt rtr.ur th ttoptjr of aw
. TaKB hPSOlAL. Noiu-L-Tke V rewide ( an
MtniaHi. tor one rear, will tarnish Tw Thousand
and KtuBTTOOX.ux!a abont r if ty rood sized eolomsa
a fact well wortny of fwiiiembraooe by all wno doe
voantity aa weu as vjoauiy lor woir mooey.
Specimen Copies Sent Free.
TFH H TO M'RWi'RIRRKki
One Copt fwr ear year -$ 3.0
tonr omen, . ly.trtl
Psnons r-ttinaT rrn fJhtfan. oan alsmwnrda add suurln
waptea at t en.
GEO. MTJNRO, PtibliahwT,
P. O. Box -W7 &t Beekanma SU, N. Y,
St. Louis Saw Works.
lVIannlactiirers of SPAULLUfG'8
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOR 8ALB AT TriKIS WARKHOUBK3,
But Die and I'll Do Ton Good.
ROOT & PLANT
By oiennsinc the Blood and aroosuisT the
iiver and secretrvo enraoo to a heaittiy ao
tion, theses Piiiaoore s&Any oomp lames which
it would not be supposed they oooid roarh,
raoh aa Uxadacu, Pact ix thi Sid.
NmcBNua or thk Hands ajid Put. Duu
MKas, Chilxjvemi, Rhbtjmattjix. Nkfkaiv
G1A. LMS or AFT-mrE, MiLLiors aJTSr N-
txbt. KnutrT Anrccriosa. ConwnPATxoK .
Dsbiutt. Frvsaa or all kixds, its
fsphia, Jaumdick, and other kindred eom
plainte sxistnc from a iowstatoof tbe body
or obstrnetaoos of its foocboos. Beinir tree
from mere ary or other poisons, they oan be
rakeoatall t-mee and aoder ail cironnv
staaoee. withont rerard to diet or bow neae
Price 3S Cents a Box. Prepared by the
Cr-ltoo MedHaneOoL. St. Louis, Mo.
Sold bydracpatn and dealers m medkslne
ev ary w hero ;
Weed Family Favorite
staanfaetnnd bv the Weed 8. It. CO., Hartford, Ot,
aanow perl eeted l the BK-ST sad MOST KKLI ABLK
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For all kinds of family work, now m nse. ft will do
larrer ranee of work, sew ns; from tho Hcbtest roods
to ths heaviest beaver etoth or iearher, withoot ehaane
or rteenioB, i orsna or iirnon. it is mpte and
bable toct oat of order. It has a strautku needle
makes ths Lock b titer. Reeponsible Afent wanted
even oonatv. A liberal duooont to the trade. Hand
for pr ce list and terms to G KO U. THOMAS. 19! Like
SK avjwjw. vunKU, caatvai rut tu. nwiuwiM. DW WawOTO
ChiDoed Hands and Face. Sore Line-
Ac. tVrtmln'rr. Ilrarmnn' f'nmphor
with I Glycerine. Hold br Ururaists, tj.)r. bent
fVilsSTIMT'TTilTv SPPniTTfTS a.
HH.LHIN'S Uewalae COO l.lTlK OIU
Warranted PUKKasd Us UKaT UKMKXV u em
TEE BEST rROU T0!IC-HEQE-
1A.S FKKltATKII EMXIK OF HAKK.
Rec-imraeoded by tbe most eaiioent Physiciaos.
T Wavot ft looal ftCvmt rn arrvry tcwa
rillFv in thtt onantrf to ouru for th
WK'TfRN WOKI.D. A Mncnil.
reM t.) Prrmluni ?"cerl Krarin
toaveir aQbccriaMr. tntm 01 10 tluetui
etaviiy tnJUr ia u Tfjajajr. LirrmJ cavA
-cammttaMoiiav allowfML Heicd blAmp fa
Sthtcituoi and Krtz CircalAr.
J A M ivS K. K LUO rr. bo. to. Mm
600 Atsrm, ' 19th Yfmr- .. 1 Grrmbmnmm.
Frnit tnd OraVaaswUl Trew, Karwtrr S toe It. RtwT
VvDa, KooLgntt, H Mr Plant-, uho,Hointhi.
CroToa, Ltliea, Oolorrd b run rd lOovrcr PUtas.
at Wlkol.wlnd RouiL Snd 10 ct . tor (;Ulcnim
F. K. F40CMX, Bloocn'Offioo, ill
DAY. FOR AI.I-St-otll Toolsu.pl.
raaUsdtrea A.J. FtTLLAH. MS BrWe.1.
TnB PI REST DTII.ITION In AmerU
ee. Fqasl to the best lmpfrted, at lee. lliaa eno
hail the pn
I1KXRV H. SHfEKr-nTeVrO.. :
54 At 3 fouth mtrr si ( i.jim..
SHOW HOW TO BOITBLE the Profits
tDe Farm, aorl bo farmer .ad the r mm
osoh make 10 1 VF.R WSTH 10 Winter. IwOiM oopiee
will be reniit fret to fsrm.rs. Hend name sod sddrem
to ZEHiUiB A McVUKUV, l incioru'l Ohio,
Cbicsao, 111., and
bt, Ionia, Mn.
Striotarss of the Brsnelaat Tabes, Deapsr ef the
Heart, Tuauca, tnteroal. area ovarian, have beea s
donbtsdlj tmrea br .
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.
How groat tho oomfort to have ft aaflooatiac waoco.
to hve ahaiw patna of tho oh 1 qoeor oreoplnc sea
Uooo arooad tho heart eared by the riaplt remedy of
a clean, .toxibto, ontiroly ooobiectkmable plaetor. Bat
internal tniworo, oosawadered of mUtoi oharae tor; are
also ocrod by this mild and tnoooeat appboatwn,
wtueh, aotmc like ft seoood ikla. pr-Hliscoa a steady
presooro, by whioh absorption, roenlliog in ease at
oooo. and njttmato ears a obtained.
W has new tostiinrioiiai tronr physisisaw and
AILCOCX'S POROUS PLASTERS.
bavsonrsd paraljsia. losal lainai.llsai. spinal affss-
ttosa, peine of tbe bhIs. rlnmi splnea. Imtatlon and
sffeettoaa of ass BosMts. bs donlcarsaa, say
siiasiiisnt of yir"? srtorlea, aoat, saf hms eronn,
fcldasr ngiisrkms. ti stitilies. breisss and sprains.
aeemltia and nervosa aiteetHaa of a looal ssaraster,
tombaco, soisUoa, weak bask and crick of the beek si
sflsstsssa, plisils.. fan
tariea, eolda, vaneoas vatna, wserht abont tho rfcn
pfaiaaia, hoavf tsstnc ahooa ths tanaa and BeaH. b
larnal adBavlona Tho Porona Plasters are said ts
laulale eteotftoitf npoa ths part upon whioh the,
acpaad, and that br weariac oaa as aaaro. aohto
The, seoni to be appisolstsd bf ihj a! Has.
Neuralgia Cured. '
For two rear. I have beeo a aaat soirerer fromBeei
lalciahitha heed, aad fcoad emit Isaapsrar, rehei
trnrn all the varions remodiee that I havo tried, aatil
applied one of AUeoek'a Porooa Piss ten. I sal at
Into three stripe, piscina eao ander each shonktar
blade, and theothorsvsr tba ssaall of ths hank, and
for the past three nontna 1 have had assroehj a tariswe
I adviso all who snffev 4roaa nerrens nis. see to lose
no time m making a trial of the woaderfal Porona
tsetse A, P. 8TKRLIIIQ,
Bee. Sinter Mfs Co.
HBW Tobb. Jane Maw, -
Pain of the Side Cured.
Mem. T. .U.LOOCX k Ckx :
DatAK Sxsav-My daochter nasd one af poor Porons
Plasters, bbe had a swy bad pain to Ivor atde. and it
r bs one wssh. Toors tnly,
JOiCf V. K. BUBTUL
ipflammatioTA - of the
THOnua Ax.fX0t5X 4 Oav, Sine BineFar lrenrs I
havs saflered froni inllaminatiwn of tho kidnoya; my
physawsiann save mo little rettst, and I nsovwdahont hko
an old man boat down by yean of saf anna At leaafth
Porooa Plasters wore neoaxoeoded Id me. I
appliod one tosaoh kidney, aad the relief was artms
diatav I wore them for thirty days, when my book and
.syowwre perfectly weU. aod I waa onoe mere abln
towaikoreet. I think the half of tho virtues of year
Plaaten rot remain tn be told, bat shonld any nan
wish to Iiear thereof I ehajl be pisssed toteUol my
sxperleoco. I am yoors rospootf oily.
THOMAS J. JACKSON,
1 East Tbiity sesond sfasei.
Severe Congb Cured.
Latter from the Rev. Dr. Hostile.
Stxmmroww, Oranao Oe H. T-. Oet, B). leaf.
Tooaua Aucocb a Co.. Sine Sine:
Tow Feroos Plasters srs a (rest blenana. Mi
danchtor leiholla had whoooiBs eooaii sense twelis
nee; when tho ssrsntr of tho dawase had
abated aha still lor six montei had a di.hse.inc eooch
aal beoamo vac, weak aad thin. Flndlna internal
eanjedleaot aoavaU. .a AI ooeas Pxxoom Pisater was
apphed to bar ehest. Tbe oonch ems relawred rrsm
thsdaf It wa.paton.aad ia one aaoaUl was satire!.
Ismroors, krarr, D. BKATTIK.
Bad Bruise Greatly Relieved in a
Mr O. writee:-Bask eevsrobr hmissil; aonld ant
awvewithonr paia; aonld neither walk aor ait ap;
applied Hnhnont, arnica. Ac. ; ao roHof; naallrploesd
two Porons Plasters over the part. Ia a little while
bj, wife isqaarod if 1 found any help. Irepbed: Tho
plaster or efflmelhms ntakee ea better, for I have no
did aa; dtesu.l, aad in tares booze trees pnttinc tbe
piasters oa ems written hi an, effios free front pain.
Betas eo araeh sonefltted, I trre son perawalon to re
fer to km aa to tho aoalltiee of Ailooek'a I or
Cure of a Badly Crashed Breast.
Gcstlusk- la DeooeaborlMa, my breast bone waa
eroahod sod badtr tninred h, bonis etrask by a keav,
spar. 1 was taken boss. ..nulls., where tor week, I
Is, at tho point of death. M, doctor eoold ant
little for bm, and 1 .offered entinnal paia- The doc
tors ihoncht a blister pl.st.r woold help sae at pot oa
the breast, bat 1 thoncht I would try Instead. AJleook
Pcrooa Plaater. 1 pat one en mj breeet and aide, aad
that thBebeaanto cat better, and is one Booth
I waa wall, free from paia, and able to attend to at.
J. R. BUCK,
Bo. 8. Booth tifth street. Willnisst.ua. L. L
Important Letter from Zr. Samael
Bard, Governor of Idaho.
WuanoTO, April X UK
Msaars. Aucocx A Cot
Yoar Poroas Btrencthinc Plastsrs havo proved of
theaiealeat oarrtos to bm. Horse time flmce I wa
troubled with Tioleot rheomatie or aoni.l,ie patnsla
both at, arssa Tae, aradnallr crew
approaooed th, heart, Findinc nothiac I apooed caee
tae relief. I tried soar Porooa Plasters, which I wore
lortweBuntha The peine ....id ahaostlMwidlst.fr
and I havs had no paia einoe. As
tbsra to man, of my Meads ra aha sit, of Atlanta, Oa.
where I reeede, aad the, are load tn their pnl... tho
Plasters harins proved eqealw asefnl m their eases I
inmlna BAMUFL BARD,
LaU Xditar Atlsnts, (UaJ OsOj Itrw Era.
Sciatica and BJieamatum,
SBASmB Hocas Bocbawat Beacb, Beet. I, Ust.
Mean. Aucocb A Cox, Sins 8in: - - -
Gbntujcbb Yonr ptaaters have wonderful qnal
tiea. and ererr traveler shonld nave thorn by him. Mr
cassts civ .reel aeeoanU of their erlcae,.
onrodof eoaihs; eoeae of rheomatM psios; t
aevsre psms in the breeet, aide aad bask, la
sod kidney sffsctioc tbeir spplicatloa im SQUsllj sae
oomrnl. I mjeett waa attacked with smn paia tat
mrloftkidne,. I erne in aceny lor twentr-fonr hoara,
At leactta I applied ana of yoar PI set sis. The paia
eooa benaa to abate, and ia tho ooane of a few boors
woo entirely removed. I send yoa this that yoa may
potman it roa think well. Iamysnis.
A. D. FArLTNO.
Proprietor oCtho Bmolde Hops.
Primeipai Acemoy, -
BHANDETH HOUSE, NEW YORK
Plaster Works, Sing: 8ing.
SOLD BT ALL DRTJOOISTS
FDIUVrill f CB'O Prep'd IIARKMS
Preserve TR Leather !
Heap Your Feet Dry 1
rOIUIrl!!l TD'O f HEERVATIVE
rnnnix maun 0 u
OIL BLACKING, 30 yean la market.
HaM bv mtsll snrl inhbinr bonss. evervwhero
Fronlt Jliilew Co., IS A a) Oooar St, It T.
A Book for the Million.
mmaenanan. enawawi irJafA WniMBBiaWUI
. GUIDS. , !parSeA?s
teiiMftcd nuiOwM ol in iaal m with th
,mtn dkeftitwrMv) ut produfin avad prwttCls 9&
ipnoff, pit-id MW twrnfflwiioB, Ao
Thi is um inbvratiD work ol turo nandrod fttid irMty
fmiT ve, vritii wunroa tDzrwuis i coutautv
-Ijavbt lafonBawt'Ofa o- ihotM who nro mm nTHl or ooo-
tOfDpsaV lUfTM; wtlU li (KX. Ua4Vt4Uafat bw
kHt ardr too .m1 kf. .viid not Isvd crmlamj about
Uio Doosa. - ,
boat te nf w fVvjw nf rvvL't) for FTfty Centa
Afldrwau 1-T. 9act Lixvo-tv, Ho. U X Kicbti. 9lw
St. loaiw. Ha.
tWSiive t tk Atf1eied d rfrtiamte.
bvfortf atptfroc to tho rxHonoi jrjirK who a J ser
tfat in puouo cMor am wan ay Uoack Rr.aUaiu,
Prq Dr. RotW work, no mMter woftt yoar dioeft w
or Isow despkrravblo yoar coodmoo.
Dr. KatM oaa b ooanvw., per-ommlly or by maJL on
tho diaoaae mootioau ia tu -arfcft Otfioo No. IS
KicfaU H.o (M4 Msvrko. ud Char out. Loam, Mo.
To Dye any Volar l.sC.ai
asea Tin Wask.lio ler. t
A H7TT TW POTWTfTTHrTl
j-ggf ' f VWeUaUWAlaV
IflS ..'Or10R!TRATD FAMILT
f Aew Miw u se reenlt of nine rears1 arpert
. . Ihmih... . -.i.msI .11 other, now rasao-
' . . . m.V . Ibwibqaidooioreprepered
fifsu tw u-. ... io water, uootAiniDa Irom no e
mom tbao the oqn Hr toe boom prioo. Any
ta'or, eieept Black, sod Drain, we ssod to soy person
in tbe I nud bistt. tree of postos. oa receipt ei
toeoiy-fire osote provided tbsy sre not for mle by tbe
dvtleis. licks I .s lrsbe sre Mot for lorty eenta
esco. Send with tho order a sbmH poe of the mate.
rial roe wub te color: alee peMsae map for psrapnlot
eoorjunma pwrtioolsre. ,
Color, lor Hie I Urncciste, Grocers, and Dealere,
MAXLEY UOWE, PropT,
(And snccsssor ta Howe A- BtoveoaJ
74. ITS and 3 BROADWAY. BOSTOS. M tSS.
THE rSErKKT?e OP YOrTII I-VEII.FB
A me1icU rrsstneof trurtj-two Dscee. sort pre
osid. on leoeipt of two threo-oeot posture itangc
iddreai at B. LA OiiOlX. Aibaaj. N. V.
- - KavrToax, Angmt 13th. 18S3L
Allow me to call vonr attention to my
PREPARATION OF COitPOrND EX
TRACT BTJCHTJ. Tie omponerit parti
btb, BTJCHTJ Loaa Liaf, CXJBEBS JTJ2H-
Hodb or PaEPaBATios Baoho, in
vacua Juniper berries, bj distillation, to
form a fine gin. Cabebs extracted by dis
placement with . apiriU obtained from
Juniper Berries; vary little (agar is used,
and a small proportion of spirit. It ia
more palatable than any now in nse.
Buchu aa prepared by Druggists, ia ot
dark color. It is a plant that emits its
fr&granee; the action of a flame destroy
ths (its active principle,) leaving a dark
and glutinous decoction. Mine is the
color of ingredients. The Booha in vrj
preparation predominates. The smallest
quantity of the other ingredients are added
to prevent fermentation; upon inspection
it will be found not to be a Tincture, as
made in Phannaooposa, nor is it a Syrnp
and therefore can be used in cases where
fever and inflammation exist In this, yon
have the knowledge of the ingredients and
the mode of preparation.
' Hoping that yon will favor it with a trial
and that upon inspection it will meet with
With a feeling of profound confidence,
I ara very respectfully,
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Chemist and Drngg at of 19 Tear's Ex
(From the largest Manufacturing Chemists
. in the World.)
November, 4, 1864.
I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Helm
bold; he occupied the Drag Store opposite
my residenoe, and was successful in con
ducting the business where others had not
been equally o before him." I have been
favorably impressed with his character and
, WM. WEIQHTMAN, .
Firm of Powers and Weightman, Mannfao-
taring Chemists, Ninth and Brown Sts.,
For weakness ansing from indisoretion.
The exbanstad powers ef Nature whioh ate
accompanied by so man alarming symp
toms, among which will be found, In dispo
sition to Exertion. Lorn of Memory, Wake
fulness, Horror of Disenws or Forebodings
of evil; in fact, TJniTersal Lassitude, Pros
tration, and inability to enter into the
enjoyments of society.
once affected with Organio Weakness, r
quires ths aid of Medicine to strengthen
and invigorate the system, which HEL3I
BOLD'8 EXTRACT BTJCHTJ invariably
does. If no treatment is submitted to,
Conaumptioa or Insataty emiues. -
Fluid Extract of Bnchu
a affections pwsaliarto Fsmalea, is Tina-
qualled by any other preparation, as ia
Chlorosis, or Retention, Psinfnlnesa, or
Suppression of Curt unary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus 3tats of ths Uteris,
and all complaints inol Jental to the sex, or
the decline or change of life.
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
will radically exterminate from the system
diseases arising from habits of dissipation,
at little expense, little or no change iadeit.
no inconvenience or exposure; completely
superseding those unpleasant and danger
oaa remodiee, Copaiva and Mercury, in all
these diseases. .
Fluid Extract Buchu
all diseases ot these organs, whether ex
isting in male or female, from whatever
eaose originating,- and no matter of how
loag standing. - It Is pleasant in taste and
odor, "immediate'' in action, and mora
strengthening than any of the preparationa
of Bark or Iron. ". ....
Those suffering from broken down or
delicate eonstitationa, procure the remedy
' The reader must be aware that, however
alight may be the attack of the above dis
eases, it is certain to affect the bodily
hetJth and mental powers. '
All the above dia-ases). require the aid of
a .diuretic.. HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT
BTJCHTJ is the Great Diuretic
Sold by Druggist! everywhere. Price
$1 25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles for 8 50.
Delivered to any address. Describe
Symptomi is all coramajiicatlODi.
H. T. HELMB OLD,
. i . t . f v.
Drag & Ctemlcal Warehouse,
694 Broadway Ifew lork.
': H05E ABJS GEXUIHE nnless done
up in steel er graved wrapper, with
fac-simile of my Chemical Warehouse
H. T. HLHB0IsD.