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To Icbilitnlel Persons I
l'i Dvspepllcal To Htillerrm from Liver Com
plaint I To those having no Appetilol
To lliono vt llh Hroken Down
I t. N ervous People I To Chlldrs n WaHlog Away I
To any wllli Debilitated Digestive
lr Nnin-rliiK wllli nny nflfic Following
H indi indicate Disoanram Llrr. oa Stomach I
Much as Con
I'llrs, fulness or
Illood to tho Head, Acld
Ity of llio Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Digusl for Food. Full
lies or Weight Id the Ptomach, Sour
KriieiliUlons, Sinking or Fluttering at tho
l'i nr the Stomach, Hwlmtnln of the. Head,
hiiuifd or Difllcult Hrcalhlng, Fluttering at Ihe
lie n Choking or HuHorallDg Sensations when In
h I.) Ink l'osture, Dimness nl Vision, Ixitn or
Vlrt lforothnHlght, Fever and Dull l'aln
In llin Head, Deficiency of I'crsptratlon,
Trllowncas of the Skin ami Eyes, i'aln
in Hi Hide, Baek Chcsl, Limbs,
etc., Sudden HlU'hes nf Ileal,
Iturmnit In tho Flesh, Con.
slant I in at
it Imaginings of
Kv . ami
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
.1 lllllirt without Alcohol or Sjiiritt oj
I 4tlhYrcnt fiftn all other. Ii is t owpoM! of
1 Hi" pure Juices, or Vital Principle ol Itunts,
ltr a ami Ilarka, (or, aa medicinally termed, K
lr.l,J Hid worthless or Inert portions of the In
iMdienls not being used. Therefore, In one hot
I i' il l'iin lliltera thrre la contained as much
iiif.li. ih.il vtrtnai ni will ho lound In several gal
Juiii. i.r unlinary mlsturos. The roots, rlc, used
nr thin Hitlers am grown In Germany, their Tltal
prni ijdei uxtrartel In that countrr hjr a nclen.
nlli! (.demist, and lurwarded to the inanufartorT
in mm ciiy, m-a tney arecompouniMiani io
il.il. Cinulnlni: no aplrituoua ingredients, tbl
llnttra l frenfrom the objections urged against
no ueairn lor suiiiuituia can im in.
iliiivil iiiiiu their use! they caunot makedrunk
ante, mid. Minuet under any circumstances hare
nny but a beneficial effect.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Was compounded for Ihoae not Inclined to ex
treme bitters, and la intended for u In eases
wh n tome alcoholic atimuUnt la required I neon
nection iritli the Tonic properties or tho IllUera.
Ka- li ijbtlleof the Took) conlalosoml bottle ol
the Hitters', combined wl(n pure HI NT A CltUZ
HUM, anil flavored In such a manner that the ei.
treme hillerneaa of the Hitter la overcome,
funning a preparation highly agreeable, and
pletsant to thonalatr, and containing lh mulle
in il Ti'rtnoa or the Illtlera. Tho price ol the
Tonic la f I. to per bottle, which many peraoni
think loo high. They muit take Into conalder.
aiimi lint ln atlni ill aut use. I ia guaranteed to be
ol piir iiallly. A poor article eotild n fur
ii at a cheaper price i but la It not letter to
piy 4 Ii He mom and haT a tood artlclur A
ii'-llc-inal prenaratlon akould contain none but
th heil InKTwlleuta ; and they who einect to ol
lain a cheap eoinoiin l. and bo benefitted by II,
will inot certainly be cheated.
WILL CUI1E YOU.
riiy nrc lliu UroMlcst lllootl rurlll
To the medical world, and will eradirite ilineanea
erilnK from luipuro Uoul, Hrhilily of the
lilK-tiveOrrn, or I)ieie, l.ivcr,
lu a ahnrter titno than any
other known rem'
The Wholo Bupreme Court of Pcnn-ylfanla
peak for theae remrdie. Who would k for
more illcolfiAd and alrongrrtealimony !
llon.Urorxe W. Voo-iani, formerly cruel Jn.
Iieeoi the Kilpri'inn Court of I'ennMlraula, at
preent member ol Conxrona from l'Din)lra
ula, wntea t
riilla-Ielphia, March 11, IW.
llin I Ilnorlind'aticrman llitti'iii UaooJ tonic,
unefut In Jlwixi of the dlKeatlte organs, and of
Krejt benefit in caaea ol lUblllly and want of
nervuua uctlonin the ayiteni. Yourf, truly,
Or.OlHiE W. WOODWAHD.
Hon. Jamea Thomrxon, Chief Juative of tha Hu
iircrnu Court of l'ennyltanla I
Phlladtlphia, April V, 1307.
I conildcr Hoolland'a German Uittera a valua.
ble mediciuo In caaea of attai'ka of Indiicalion or
l)rpepiA, I can certify thla Irom my experl.
nico of It. Youri. with reeet.
Hon. fleorge Hharawood, Jiullco of the Supreme
rtiiladilphia. June 1, ISO.
I liftro found by experience that HooHand'a
Uerman llillera rs a icry Rood tonic, relievinK
uyapepiic ayiniuuina aimni uirecuy.
OKOltQK bit A ItS WOO I).
Itou. Win. F. ltojera, Mayor ol tho City of lluf.
laio, n. n:
51 an or' a Olfiee. llllllaln. Junn ti. llkM.
1 nam uaed HooHand'a lierman Uittera and
Ionic lu my family during thaiat year, and ran
' recommend them ai an excellent tonic, ininirl.
ihg tone and Tigor to tho avatem. Tbeir ue haa
beer, productive of decidedly beneficial ellecta
WJI. V. K00E1U
Jamei M. Wood, ox-Mayor ol Wilhaiuiport
1 take creat nledmlreln recomtncndini: Hoof.
laud'a Oerman Tonic to any one who may be Ki
ttle ted wlih Uyapepam. I had tho Dyapepiiaao
badly It wrvi inijoaibla to keen any lood on my
Btomwli, and I Wcitmo eo" weak aa not lo Ihs able
lu walk half n mile.
Two.bottlca of Tome ef
leoied a perfect curel
JAMKS M, WOOD,
Hcuiciiiurr that Uoofland'a Certnan Uillera,
nn JluOllnnU'a (Juriiun Tonic, will cure tcry
C M tl
MAKA8MU8, On WASTINQ AWAY OF THE
Henieinber that Hoorlnnd'a Oerman Ilentb
dlea are the mediciuea jon require lo purify tho
lllood, excite the torpid I.lver In heallny nullon,
and to cimblii.iou to pata snlely through any
Or Hubstituld for Mercury 1'llla.
I WO IILli8 A DOSK. Tho moat powerful, j et
innocent, egttame vuiimruo kuowii.
It ia not neceaaary to lake a liandlul ol llieje
Fills to produce tho dealred cirect. Two of them
att quickly and powerfully, cleamlng tho Liver,
Hlouiftcli and llnwcls, of nil Impurities. Tho
principal ingredient la Fodopliyllin, or the Alco
'iiollo Kxlract of Mandrake, which la by many
timet moro powerful, ocling And aearching, thau
the Mandrake Itself. Ha peculiar action in upon
tha Liver, cleaning it speedily from all obstruc
tions, witn all the power of Mercury, yet frto
iroru ail lliu nuuiifiua tcauiis avvueueii iu mv uid
01 mil luiuoiai ,
For all disoasoa In which the uto of a cathartic
is Indicated, meaepms win give cntiro unlit mc
lion in aver case. They NKVEH FAIL.
Jficasea of Liver Comnlalnt, Dyspepsia, and
extreme Costiyeneas, Dr. lloolland a Oerman lilt-
lerv. or Tonic, should bo used in connection with
Ihe I'illt. Trie ionic cncci oi tno Hitters, or ionic
builds up tho system. Tho Hitters, or Tonic, pu
rifle tho blood, strencthons tha nerves, reu
ulates the Liter, and gives strength, energy and
Keep your Bowels acllio with the Pills, nnd
loaa up theeyntem with Hitters, or Tonic, and
no disease can revaiu mu uuim, ur vvcu aaaau you
ItniwIlMit that it lu fir Uoofland'a German Hem
dies' that are so universally used nnd lilruly
recommended I nnd do not allow tho druggist to
Inquca you ioiiikb anyimngeise mat lie may ea
la itiat as sood. becauso hu make!) a larger sron
on it. These remedies will bo sent br Kxiireaa to
sujy locality upon applitatlon to tho VlllNClI'Alv
OrVICK. at tho GKltMAN MKDIUlNiv HTOkl
31 AKUII 6TKKKT. I'lULADKLl'lUA. I
VUAH.M, EVAMH, l'rofrlelor.
Formerly 0, M, JackaM. t Co.
These Remedies are for Bale, by Dniggltf.1,'
niorcirveperti, nun ntmuiuw vtiiiua kicijiivi(
I'tibllcnllott OMt, llullclln llnllaHnr,
i. detective's story,
It waa n dull, rnlny dny toward thoond
of Aupiut. Onocf thooday vthon t'arth
und Bky nliko nre drear', and the rain
drops puttering against tho window inakts
one feel so sad nnd lonoly. The clock that
hung ngnlmt tho wall pointed to tho hour
of three when Mr. Gordon, our "chlof." &
dark, silent littlo man, entorcd tbo rodra.
"Weill," tnld he, "don't you' feel liko
having alittlo excitement juit now?''
ui counoi nau to ay "xei."
"I want rou to arrest Dill Siddoni. tha
forger," said Mr. Gordon, "and he was last
heard of at G . You bad better start
straight oil at once."
My interest was aroused when told of
tho largo roward I should obtain, and I
readily undertook to ferret out tho forger.
"Tho rosy dawn was lust flushing the
eastern sky as I alighted wearily from tho
train and walked to tho village hotel. In
answer to my Inquiries, I was told that
with tbo execution of a vounii ladv. who
had coruo tho night before, thoro wero no
At dinner time 1 sat cDDoslto the vounir
lady In question, and I noticed that when
she saw mo come in the smiled and blilihed
rosy red. Her dark brown eyes seemed
to tparklcnnd and gleam with fun and mis
chief, hor long black hair, which she wore
in curls, seemed created but to bide hcj
blushed. But I, being fair specimen of
the sterner sox, attributed all tbeso littlo
smiles and glances to my personal appear
ance, ana congratulated inyieu upon iiav
log made an impression' on such a beautiful
Next day I prosecuted my search, but all
to tio purpose, for nowhero could I gain
intelligence or the object or my pursuit.
ror one wcck i searched ntgn and low,
but no Dili tiiddorjs could I find. All this
time I had been stopping at C , and
had fallen deeply In lovo with Clara Arm
strong, for sucii was my fair charmer s
namo, and I also flattered myself that she
looicoa lavoraoiy on me.
On the nlcht beforo mv departure for the
city, I was sitting with Clara.
"And so," she said, "you' leave us tomor
row?" I sighed and said
"You will think of mo sometimes, Clara?"
Hho smiled, blushed: and takinr peir of
scissors from the table, sho cut off one of
thoso elossy curls and banded it to mo
"Keep that, sue sain, -lo.remember me
Was J foolish to pros It to my, Hps be
fore lying it next to rrly heart?' Clara
smiled and said nothing. Kvldentlv she
uia nor, mink mo loonsn.
The next mornlnc I arrived aafolr in
the city, and hurried to the offlco of the
cbiof to report. As I was coming, out-of
the omce 1 met uos u. ncn 1 told
him my adventures ho laughed.
"Charley," said he, "you are taken in
and done for this time, sure."
I Indignantly asked iiirn, what he meant
"i bet you tbo best supper to bo cot in
town that I fetch liill Siddons in three
Donor' said I, and Gus immediately
went to obtain leave of absence.
The "chief" willlnel v let him iro. and that
ight he started.
Two day nuscd, and on the third day.
suro onough Gus came.
Well, what luck?" I asked, at I saw
him como out of tho office.
The best in tho world," ho replied.
come with mc; I will ibowjyou tho prison-
I followed him into one of the strone
rooms, and there turo enoucb, was tho pris
oner, leaning against tho window, lie was
standing with nil tiacic to tno door, but on
hearing us como in, he turned around.
"iiy jupiten" satu l, "jiara Armstragi"
"Tho same, at yotl servico, said Bill Sid-
ons, for it was he. "l am muco obiieod
to you, Mr. "Wclli, for your politeness,
pcrht pi you would like another lock of my
I stood dumbfounded.
"A littlo too susccptlblo.Charlcy, my boy
a littlo too susceptible that's all." said
Gui, stud, seeing my discomfiture, ho burst
"llanir it! ' I muttered, nnd rushed out
of the room, vowing to nevfcr h any
thing to Uo wilti icmaice oi any uescription
TUE INDIANS TO THE 1"0PE AM KIXXJUEST
It is not often that laneuaira Is used to
such eloquent purposo as tn tho following
touching letter, sent to Homo, by the In
dians of the mission of the Sacred Heart,
in Missouri :
To our IialoveJ Father tha Pope, tha greatest
unci among me DtacK uowoa, iu uue wnviu
Jesus Christ has placed In Ilia sit ad hare on
Vkhy Mebciful our Father: It is
not boidnesf, it is love "which prompts us
to-day to add rou oursolvei to thee. We
arc Indeed the most insignificant tribe of
Indians, and thou art tbo most exalted bno
hero bolow ; and yet it was tbou who did
first look upon us with an eyo of mercy
and compassion, i-atner, tuirty; winters
ago wo woro a savage people, very misera
ble In body and' soul, wUon 'thou hadit
mercy on us and nan sent us tno great
Black Gown Uo Smet, to make us children
of God by baptism; wo wero blind, tbou
scntest him to mako us sec.
Why, then, should it be boldness on
our part to addross ourselves to tbee,
luiuor, in tneso aeys or my cnaruy to
wards Us and to express our intense sorrow
in hearing that some of tby bad children
aro constantly afflicting thoo, after hav
ing stolen ovorything from thoe, oven
thine own house.
Though poor. Indians, not knowing
mncu ot good or kind manners yet we
think an awful crime to treat thoe, father,
in that manner; and we, oursclvor, forty
or fifty years ago, when wo wore altogeth
er savages, would not have dared to
treat thoo in that way, bad wo known
that tho dignity and tho power of tho pope
camo from Jesus Christ, , . ,
But as wo poor Indians scarcely beliove
in any expression of intorior feeling,' un
less it bo accompanied by somo exterior
gift, whatsoever if nitty be, wo have mado
a collection of dollars, bits and cents, to
glvo to thoo, as it woro, a pinch of our pwn
flesh,, and a sign of sincerity, ,and though
wo 'aro very p6or,'y6t'to'"6ur aurprlso wo
havo found tho amount $110, much more
than wo anticipated.
l'loaso, father, accept this littlo gift as a
suro slgnf of sincerity or all that we: have
said beforo. I
In tho namo of nil our children
Vincent, or the Stollam family,
AkbkewSicltih, of the Fmote's latrilly.
NEW TYPE FOUNDltY
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1J0ST0N TYPE FOUNDRY,
Cow. (Jhkbtn vt Ahd'SkcOD Sts.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Rook, newspaper and JobVype of ayerv style,
made of the coiebratod Hudand Toub MataJ
SiMiillae in tha RoBIn Tvrwk a?nlBMlrv.hraiaTUle.
faads', rueul furniiee. wiiki ea4 cviem inks, I
osaea,' auanas, coaapuaitionauui. maeaas rytxi
'oeniposltlo, gaJlaya, ley iiu&m.pt&km !
chines, paper aad cttd.cuuan. eto,JtWtp,
oonstantfy on id.d'". Sffare I t
. . - 1 JAJUB A;rT.jJOUN,Malagr, I
'BL iV)oJs Braehp; tte JJoetou Tjpe oD('Jt I
8t. Louis, Mo. it- lewWIrn I
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Hits su peril Hair Dye is the aaar ia mr WorLd
Perfectly Harmless, KellaUa ami IiiMliDeoii.
No disappointment. No Itlillculoua Tints or Un
pleasant OJor. The genuine W. A. Ilachelor'a
Hair VfO produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid
Black or natural Broun. Iioca not Hiain the
Skin, but Icaresthe Hair Clean, Kofi and lleaull-
ful. ThooniySareaiuI Farfect, Dyo.
bold ty allilrugglsta. Kacloi y in llnd Utreet,
New York. lanilldeodawly
ITS CUKE AND ITS I'UEVENTIVK
BY DM. J. II. SCHENCK, M. 1).
daaUi Ura waa no oaher raaaon than the neglect
of knovn and Indlipalablr pruTan tntans or cure
Tboea near and dear to family and friends are
Bleeplnc thedrraaaleas alumtier Into whlcti, had
tbf y caiinly adopted
dh, joricfJi n. KcnKxctL'traiMrLE
se erarled ttieuiwlieaof his vnnilerf nllr efflea
elona nadlelne. they would not hare fallen.
Ir. Mehenek baa thla own caae prised that
wharaTtr soSJcient vitality remains, that vital
ity, br hla madlcinua and hu dlrecUum fur Uielr
use, la.aalckaned Inut healthful yuror.
.la Uu auuesueiii shew 4aoUilm( preiamp.
taoaa." -T lli faun or the lirrahd U mado no
raprasantaUoa Uiat Is not a thuutand times sab
ataoUmlcd by UHut and TUIMo worka. Tha
theory of Ue-wraTjy Dr. Bcbenck'a madlelnes
Uaaalmpla aaKls uiifalllnif. its philosophy ro-orawaiaMauMtoaWlf-aaiurlog.auir-cua-
TbaSaa-wead Tonlcand Mandrake Pills are tha
Brst two weasmna vrttti which the citadel ot tha
malady la aaaalled. Two thlrda of the cases of
a.anrotl(in-TirUttitj trt drsMpsM nnd. n func
tlooaUy dlsordared-iirervwru . Uila-coudlUoii
tha bronchial tubes "srmpalbUe" with tho
tomach. Thar uapond to the murbloc action
of tha llvar. Here then cornea ihoculnilnatlnir
-taaali, a Ilia aattlae ta.aiMi.au Ita distress
ln( synptoais of
Tha aUsdraka Pills are composed of one of Xa.
Ure'a ooblast altu-the I'odnphlllum I'eltatum.
They possess all the blood-searchlnc. nlteratlvu
propartlaa of caloutl, but, onllko calomel, they
"LXATE NO ST1SG DEIIIN'D."
. Thaworkof eurelsnowbeclnnlnir. Thovltla.
tad and mucoas deposits tn the bowels and In Uia
altnaanurr eanal aro ejaeted. Tha liver. Ilka
a cloca, ia wound trp. It arouses fntm Its torpid
ity. Tka stomach acta reiponslvelr, and the
tatiaat baeltta, W feel Uiat u gattliul, at last,
"a 'bcffl'y dr dooD blood.
Ta Baa-wed Tonle. In cnnlonstlon with tha
Pills, panaaates and uslmllatca with tho food.
CayliieaUoa la now tiroerrcsslns; without lu pro
VJou tertaraa. lVration becomes palnlets.and
IBew'wa""'-afJid, There Is no mora
Batulenoe. no ezaovrbauou of tho bioiumiSu jlu
appatlta aeta In.
Now coaaee tha eraatcst niood Puriflcr aver yet
fflvao by an Indulaent father to aurertna' man.
Bcbanck'a I'ulmonlo w Trap comes in Ut perform
Ita functions and to hasten and complete tho
cara. Itaotans at ohm uiui lu work.; Noluro
ran not ba aacated. It collects and Hpena tho
Imasurad and atlsaaaad portkius of tho lungs.
'Iotoa furmDf eatiierlnKa.lt praaarea tliem for
cipaetoraUon. and li, In a very short lima tha
malady It vanquished, tho rotten throno that It
occupied la renovated and mado new, and tho
patient. In all tha dimity of regained vigor, step
forth to cDjoy tho manhood o r womanhood that
GIVE CI" AS LOST.
Tha second thins Is. tho patients must stay In a
warwl room until they ret well l It Is almost Im
possible to prevent takln cold when tho lungs
are diseased, but It ruuii bo prevented or a cum
can not ba cOected. r'resh air and riding out.
especially In thla section of the country, Tn tbo
fall and winter season, are all wrong. Physi
cians who recommend that course lose their pa
tlenta. If their lanes are badly diseased t and yet.
because they are In tho bouso they mutt not
alt down quiet : they must walk about tho room
aamucnana asxssiaa tue sireninn win new. lo
(tt up a good circulation of blood. The patients
Boat keep In good apirlta-bb datermlnea to get
wall. Thla has a great deal to do with tho appe
tite, and la the great point to gain.
To despair or cure after such evldenco of Its
K nihility In the worst cases, and moral cer
inly tn all others, la sinful, lir. fchenck's per
sonal statement to tho Faculty of hla own euro
waa In these modest words i
"U yaara ago 1 waa in tho JaataUgea of
consumption i oouflned to my bed, nnd at one
time my phyaiclana thought that I could not lire
a weeki than, like a drowning man catching at
straws. I heard nf and obtained tha preparation a
which 1 now offer to tho public, and they mado
a perfect core ot ma. It aeemed lo me that I
could faal them penetrate my whole system.
They apon ripened tho matter In myluruu.and
1 would (pit wp snore tbait a pint ot cAnslvo
yellow matter every morning for a long time.
"As soon aa that began to subside, my coseh.
f aver, palna. and night aweata all begao to leave
me. and my appetite became so great Uiat It waa
wlta,dieuJty that I could keep Iron eating too
much. , I soon gained my strength, and havo
grown In flesh aver since.
?l waa weighed shortly after ray recovery."
added tha Doctor, " men looking like a men)
skeleton i my weight waa only ninety -seven
pounds i myjtreeeiit weight la twohundrcd and
twenty-live IKS) pounds, and for years 1 havo en.
Joad uninterrupted health."
Ur.Mcliauekliaa discontinued bis professional
rtalUSoNew.York and Uostou. tie or his son.
Dr. J. II. Schenck, Jr., still continue tn sea pu.
tlcnts at their ofllea. No. Ii North Blilh Htreet,
Philadelphia, every Saturday from 9 A.M. to 3 r.H .
Those who wish a thorough examination with
aha-ttasateocaataf will ba charged Si- Tha Ues-
f'lrumeler declares tbo exact condition of the
ongs. ana peuonla oan readily learn whether
they are curable or not.
The directions for taking tho medicines aro
adapted to tha Intelligence even of a child, fol
low these directions, and kind Naturo will do tho
resMxcepttng that In eomp eases the Mandrake
Pills ara to be taken In Increased doses l tho
three medicines need no other accompanlmtnta
than Ihe ample Instructions that accompany
them i First create appetite. Ot returning
health, hanger la tha most welcome symptom.
When It comes, as It will come, let the despair.
Ing at onea be of good cheer. Uood blood at onca
follows, the cough loosens, the night sweat la
abated. . In a abort tlmo both ot these morbid
symptoms are gone forever.
lir. Kchenck'a medicines are constantly kept In
tens of thousands of families. Asa laxative or
purgative, tha Mandrake 1'ltla are a standard pre
paration t while tho I'ulmonlo Brruo, aa a euro
ot oougoa aad oulda, nay ba regarded aa a pro-
Jrhylactvrle against consumption In any of Its
orsDB I i
Price of tbo Pulmonic Syrup and Sea-weed
ante, JliOa bottle, or $7.40 a half dosan. Man.
rake Plfia, K cent a box. l or sale by all drug,
lata and dealers. , .
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MAKKET
EEP constantly on hand the last of lyel,
pork, mutton, veal, lamti. sausage, inuiiiing.
ete. Fresh win lord lu any uiiuniiiy, eorneu
beef, etc., always on hand.
Orders promptly tilled, and rnttlf r.ielion wnrran
JAMES KYN ASTON,
uteher aad Dealer In all Hluila Freeh
Coknsb NixtTtiNTii and 1'ori.tg Hrarr.T.
nDYfl gd slaughters only the vry test cattle,
J bogs and aheep, and la prspated to fill any
deniaDiI for fresh meals from sue nound to tea
u,0Uaani5 pounds. deeiI
BULLETIN, SUNDAY JULY 9, 1871.
SOLD HI.NCK THEIIl IINTKODfCTION.
The mol Successful, Popular and Perfect
Ot the period, are our well-known
Ileln of the slmplestcorstrucllon, arocjinly
managed and imranlced to give
AH no article In the household lias greater In
fluence In promoting tho health, comfort and
V, ....f .. r ,,- r.Mll. n 1 ! - tl.an Ilia f.
Btovr, It ia economy aa well aa policy to get the
very best i and in buying the Charter Oak you can
,, oh iriiiHu ,,, nuui.-vii.iuip fjfvuiiir nun
perfect cooking stove ever made.
K.XCKI.SIOK.M A N U FA CT U H I X 0 C( )
01! at 014 N. Main Nlrtcl,
AMI ALL LIVE MKIlcHANTH LII.K
C. "W. HElT3DDBiaS02Sr.
W. O. CARY,
f W I
I O U
1 C B 3 g i
3 o e I r- g
1 2 11
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STREET
Cor. M'ililiiglon-iv. nml lltli-at.,
NTOVEN, TINWAKK, Kit',
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothea Wrmgera, Toilet
""" I .i iivus, ruvv.
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 16G Washington-avenue,
HVBooBnt, Qultennrs and sll kinds of Job
VtK UOUtaV DUOlieut nviice. ttuinu
L J a I BE av SBB
3 i I- L
m - mi
FAME COOICIJfO HTOVTM.
A0ENT8 r'OIt T1IK
WAHHANTED FIHST-CLASS IN EVERY HE9PECT.
WHAT II0USKKEEPF.I18 SAY AIIOUT
"FJIVCE" COOKING STOVES
ALWAYS THE BEST,
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THE PERFECTION OF COOKING APPARATUS
TE1T DIFFEEEKT SIZES ITOW .B-A.33Y.
CLOSING- OTJT JT COST !
The puhllr are hereby nctifir.l that Ihp largo nnd maniilheent loek of
HOOTS, SHOES, II ATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
Hi Ionising to the ( Htnle of the lain
WILL RE SOLD AT COST,
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER
caieo, - - -
C'LOTIIINn, 1IATN, C'AI'K, KTC.
7871." " 'SUMMER. 1871.
KEEPS CO.VSTAXTLV OX 1IAXII,
AT THE LOWEST CAS H PRICES,
Tho Cheapest and Rest
CENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
(OIINKIl (If MAT 1 1 -ST. AND llllIO.I.F.VKi:,
IJAUTICULAR atlenllon paid in orders for WIIITK BIlIItTS In all sljlei mnde, and only
. or tlio tM-Ht or luaterinl used.
iiv-uooin, caiiphts, trrc.
X. 1111 i'O.MMV.KCI.lI, AVKMIK,
Wishes lo rail ntteiit on lo Ills liiiiiienso slock of new nnJ seasonable
CARl'ETrf, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
EVERYTHHsTQ FRESH, DE3IBABLE.
Driss Goods a Specialty.
Novelties In Milieu, Poplin, Japaneso Silks, Silk Warpi, Mohair. Lawns, i'erealeo, I'. K.N,
etc. American Illtw-V (Iroa Umin Bilk, and a full lino ot Ihe celebrated
Heaver Ilraml of l'uru UUck Molmir.
Tho largest anfoitinent of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Heal and Imllallou I.ec, elr ever irerl In ,e elly. New and S'liolrs
ttyle r 4'arpelM. nutl a rtill llsie or Oil CIoIIin, Malllnsrsj. NtalrS'Hrit.
rlwaiid lluipi. IIooIh, NIkmh, uimI IIhIn Iss vrent tarlely.
FAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
t3TAn examination of hla slock 1 respecllully aaked.
ltlMsTN AND MllUr.8.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
llilwieu Wii-li'nBtau Avenue nnd I'oplar Street,
llootx and Hlinea tlade to Order.
1'inc Workmen Einployod.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sola auincv rou
BOOTS AND SHOES
Caiuiiirrclal Avvuuv, Corner of KIkIiIIi
I'AKTIOULAU ATTKNTIOK PAID TO ALL Olt-
IlKKH VOIt HOOI'iKIHTft AND RIIUKH.
Tho undersluned, prcprletora of Iho Dsilv and
Wkblv Hi iiiitik. Iictvo just received an tuBott
mentot the lulest slylea of Job l'rintinu tyres,
and have now one ot tlio most complete job otllcea
In Iho Bouih ami West. They natter iiiemaeif va
that they osbosh lacllltlea for turning out
promptly, in tne tieat eijie oi ma An, an work
unlruatrit to thorn, from tha smallest cant or
label to tho mammoth potter, and at vnuea
which lim wltn ouruuaineaa men iwnoo.iex.
cuse for aendlns their woik to lit. Louis, Uiueiii.
uatl or OhlcsKO, JNO. H. OliEULY A tin
SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
MltH. SCOVf WIIITF-
IOt: C'KKA.II ISAI.OO.V.
ICE CREA SALOON,
leltrrcirSrvenliM'iilli imU KiKlitreulh
N true I a.
rnilK HAI.OON has m.n hmi.Nnmely fltte t tip
X and villi alnaja supply thu U-Ht
nod Sod I,
To be found nn) where In Iho city.
FAMILIES OR PARTIES SUPPLIED
ON SHORT NOTICE.
ij'llio imlronnKO of the nubll is ear'c""''
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
II an on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular nttcntlon given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND 81LVEU WATOHIB
IK TI ClTt.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS F011Y0UNQ MEN
OREAT SOCIAL EVILS AMD ABUSES,
S iufnf7,,,'lh m''r. Hh sure meana
nnaie.Mi?iii,i,frarlnKfn'1 n,nf?r""K. dla,.,
charre 1 a m1, So.n,, ln Ke&led nlop, free of
jfi, Uw3m Nln,1'-. Phlladslphla, Pa.
n:o oi 4. B. B0BBI1T3,
426 North Eighth St., Phlladn.
A color and drcgaing that will
not burn tho lmir or injure tho
It doca not produce a colo.
mechanically, as tho poisonous
It gradually restores tho hr
to ita original color nnd hmtiv,
by supplying new life and vioi
It cauaea a luxuriant growl Ii
of soft, fine hair.
Tho bcBt nnd safest articlu
Clean nnd Pure. No sediment.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
CELEBRATED BITTER COIIDIAL
WHOLESALE DEPOT t
N. W. CORNER FIVTII AND'RACE STS,
It la a rellablo Family Medicine, and can I
aken by cither Infant or acult with the same been
lie I at re01t. It is aertala, promptand speedr
emedf lor diarrhea, dysentery, bowels complied
. dyspepsia, Jp,wncsj of, jnlrltf, falntln, sick
sloinach, headache, etc. iorcriiTWand Toret ol
all kinds, It l. far Letter and safer than qinnmi
eitliout any of Its pernicious ellects. It etlecta
an sppolllg, proves a powerful dlgestor of food
and "fill counieraet lh ellecta of liquor In a few
minutes. As indisputable evidence of ita medi
cal oropertlc, wo append a U'w ofilio runny ccr
tlllcalnln ourpossoanlon :
Jolinton'a Depot, East Tcnn., and Va. It. Ii.
Jacoa Scium, Esq. Dear Bin I nareused Iho
Bitters I haro obtained liom you. and End them
lo Imi all ther are recommended to ho. I found
one botlln to attord meconMiderable relief, I leel
as though I cannot do very well without tliem, in
my present atato of health.
D. .MKNKIli, lXlHouthClh at., PI til it
1'iutor llaptlat I'aasyunlc Church.
Sold by W. P. Allen, M Main atrcet Dubuque
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
rou N.1I.E IIY
E. F. lAYNARD, PROFR
A ROOK FOK THE MILLION.
A Private Counselor
to tho Married or
those about to marry
on tho nlivsioloeicsl
mysterleannd revelations of tho sexual system,
with the latest discoveries In producing and pre',
venting otlsprfmr, preening tnecomplaiion.ic.
This is an interesting work of two hundred and
twentv.foiir tmires. with numeroua emrravinm.
and contains valuablo information for those who
aro married orcunlemplate marriage; atlllit Ian
book that ought to !o under lock and key, und not
laid carelessly about tho houao.
nent to any ona tirco oi postage; lorou cents.
Address Dr. Hutta1 Disnenaarv. No. 1. N
Eighth Mteet, 3t. Louis, Mo,
M oilco to (lie Afflicted and Unfortunate.
liefore nnnlrimr lo tho notorious Quacks who
advertise iu tne publio papers orualngany Ouack
,.ii.i.lla. nn.lun I ) . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . I. '....
l.-ltlvitiin, ,'i.i.au .... . it 1 ,1. n 11 n , UH lllt.lter
what youruiiease la or how deplorable your con
dition. Dr. llutls can bo.consulted. veraonallr or by
mail.'on thodltenses mentioned in hla worka.
umcp, ro. i- n. r.igniu aireet, uei. luamet ana
Chestnut, St. Louis, Mo, mylldwly
LOOK TO YOUR, CHILDREN.
THE OREAT S00TD.ING REMEDY.
I Cures colic and grlnlne; t Prlf e.
IVIIilLunn ' i in inn noweis, anu ia t
i clliiatea tne process of I teats,
If rs. t Subdues cost ulslons 1 Price.
WIIITCIrMII'.S I and overcomes all dis- I Ui
Myrap. J eases incident to in-f Cents.
I funis and children. I
Mrs. r Cures diarrhea, dlsen.1 Price,
WIIITCOMirs ) tery and summer com. I l!5
rijrap. 1 plaint in children ol all f Cents.
It is tho Oreat Infant's and Children's Boothlne-
Remedy In all dmorders brought on by Teething
or any other rauso. Prepared by tho
tltlarTUH MKD1C1DK CU., St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by Driltriilst.i nnd Dealers in Medicine
DUN BAR'S WONDERFUL
BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
mis water Ii the acknowledge,! nf n, in.
iriU'lHhlti Jind Inetllftllln iIIIAIm Lnnun fl-ll.. .
I diseiue aud dialietea,
I lirlghfs dlseuaa la fatal to the kidney, the bodv
blood W "el',ro, ",e M tlon of the
Dinoetea eqHinencea wth freiuent dealrea to
paaa wator,. great Ikrsl, constifatiorj, loss of
strength and liesh.
brlck-diist deposit, li
Astumahina ourea at ilrnn ti. lun Afr,,..!
brlck-diist deposit, luttanration of the neck of the
blailder. alkali,, nnd gouty swellings. For tha
liver it uunaurruaedr. Irwlll allay all lnfla ma-
tion o I the kldnov and urinary onrana In twniv.
Inn. l.Ai..j i ,i... i . . . " '
vmi ,vH.n, ii, f iiuiuvuimn I aiivt also, a Bear-
let fever It prevents Iho kidnoy' from congealing,
and removes all traces or albumenorla. It will
give relief In nil eaiea of high fever.
WMunu uuniiAK, esq.,
Oeneral Agent at the epnrgr, Waukesha, Wis.
Header. If vou are atrlicted with anr ut tha lnr.
going diseases, write to the uadersigned. Ilia
advice will cost you nothing he can by ehemlc-4
analysis possess iiunseii ot a clear Knowieuaa or
any indliHUalCase-rno jnattor pt how long stand.
Ing. Uia wonderful discovery BelbesdaJllneral
water is a positive. rrra.iy jor, irn. toregoing
ailments, it Uaanevts&UadtaddwnathecUlm
lor it wnere ever used. This water hu the aamo
Soodeflect at I ha retnoWatMrt of toe countrr,
natttiuw at the Springs S It never lose a parti
cal of Its medicinal iuaUtlee by package or treaa-
puiuuioo, iiirucuoua now to use in water an 4
circular will accompany eaex package oraereu.
Auureaa. ., aivnsiw uunusa,
JH rennayhsnla-av., WMhington, I). 0.
Or Kdward p. Dunbar, tieneral Hmt Mlha
Bpilngs, Waukesha, WU.
ABents wanted utcriwbeic. elfcUsH