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A W A E
AN li
Agricultural Implements.
WESTPIIAL& HINDS
170 M-tin St.. nml 1 and
Eighth St.,
3Du'bu.c&uo,
Iowa,
Wholesale mill Retail IValers in
HARDWARE AND TOOLS,
of every description.
Agricultural Implements of all kinds, Iron,
Stool, Glass, S.i*li, Nails, Rope, kc.
BLACKSMITH S TOOLS,
Guns, Pistols ami Revolvers, Fish Hooks and
Linos, and Sporting Outfits,
Tinner*' Tools and Stock,
Circular, Mill and Cross Cut Saws, Rubber
and Leather llclting and Hose, &c.,&c.
AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS' SCALES,
HERRING'S SAFES,
J. II. Manny's Reaper & Mowtjr,
Excelsior Fanning
MILL
Our house li.ts been sitc-essfully established
ftomc six years. We receive our goods from
first hands, and are therefore prepared to sell
at the lowest prices.
We nrc determined to sell at least as low as
1:1 waukee or Chicago houses, freight to Du
%u-|uc added. and shall ho pleased to ]tiote
*ny prices desired, at ur store or hy letter.
WESTPHAL & HINDS.
Dubuque, May, 18G1. —19yl
A NEW ROMANCE
by
Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe.
TIIE
Atlantic Monthly
MAY 1301,
roi:
WILL COMMENCE
Agnes of Sorcnto
A new Novel l»y Mrs. H. B. Stowe, author of
"The Minister'e wooing," "Uucle Tout's
Cahin," etc.
This Romance will l»e continued in every
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fciHuenceof the lloman Catholic faith uj»on
Hie intellectual n 1 moral development of a
young girl, lier heroine, in tJie same manner
ftnd with the same power with which she de
picted in the Minister"* Wooing" the in
fluence of the Protestant Faith.
In addition to the above, the June number
presents the following
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Greek Lines 'Hie Rose Knthroned A Bag
of Meal Nopolcon the Third Concerning
Things Slowly Learnt American Navigation
Denmark Vesey New York Seventh Regi
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IB59. 1859.
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NRort for persons of all ages, sexes and condi
tions. The stock
Is the Lu rgtxt and mot/ Desirable
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tnro. which will 1k sold to the trade at the
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Address Herald of Truth,'- No, 1^0 Xos'san Si
reel
THk.
The Only Safe Preparatioa
TKOK. 0. J. WOOD'S
CELUUKATKD
IStestimony
Restorative.
PIUKiK of the above a-uiertioa, rr«d the followiBC
from Uistlngtuliod iwrwo* frviu sll wts
OC the eouelry
HON. si»UMOV MAW. Ann Ilirbor. Mi fi.. snys his
wif»,whose hair had tu-coinc vi'ry ihin, and entirely
white was restored to its original brown color, and had
thickened and become beautiful and fjl»ssv ii|sut and
entirely over the head, in hers of the ramily and friend*
areu-iuc your lle-torative with the happiest effect-s.
Ho.V. Jt IM• K miKKSK. Kx S iiator Illinois, says, my
Mtr Wiis prematurely (tray, but by the use of W'sid's
Re*fc»raOvc, it h.i resumed its original color, alid I
nave no doubt |HTni.inentlv so.
Ho\ 11. I.. STKWAUT. says, m.v hair wu verv trray,
butiryro bottles rertored it U) its original cohir.
•KV J. K. IlKAlii:. HnsikfleM, Mass., nays, it hits re.
moved from my he,id inflammation, dandruff, and a eon
slant tendency to itching, and restored my hair which
was Rray. to as original color.
J. W WVIW«. Monmouth, III., nay*, rnv hair was
twvthirds jjray or rather white, but by the 'application
tnu Restorative a-t lUrecltd, a Liaiiru^umud iU original
color.
DK. G. Wallis. of riiic.ien, sny?.
aftr
usine a tcrea
many other preimrat ions. all to no efl.«t, itsed one hoi
tk! wf your Hair Ke-toralive. which has cured a humor
111 my head of two years standing.
KNJAMIN' IXlNuRIIHiK, "Z'4 Seventh Avenue New
York.says having lost my hair bv the clfccis
t,f
Krvsip-
•hs, when It l»eg,in to grow, instead of black as ts-'fure
It wan well mixed with gray. Having tried many preiia
rations to re tore the color wilhout etiv-ctl wa» induced to
Uy yours and in spitv ol all my doubts it has had the
dunirvl ctr.i t.
1.. W II.I.IAMS, M. P., Peckensvill, Ala. ,sjiy«, I have
twed your ICestoralivc, mid tiud it all a is recommended
to be. I have tre-d it lor Tetter and tiud a a certain cur*
W. WOOIW.VKI l» Frankfort, Ky says, he
recommends a HI his practice as the be^t preparation for
UM hair now in use.
BIWAKI) WAIiXrrr, nays, three months ago mv Itair
very gray, il i- now a .lark brown, the original col
«r, »mo«nli and t'o-~y,all by the u»e of Wood s Itaaora
|iV«.
WILSON KING, «ajr"i,ooe month'* proper application
will restore any |s!mou hair to iu original coUr and
iMUirp.
J. I»- ll'tKS, says, a few applications fiuitenod mv hair
flrmly, it ue^au to j.tow out and turu black, iu original
oukr
BRpV SMITH.North-East, IVun .savs. th.it her hair
had. for a number of years, -en |s rre« tlv white but
now It is r«-torod to it* youthful color, soil and gloss v.
1)K. J. w l*»\l. St. I'aul, -ays, thai his hair !.- stion".
thk'k and bl.u k, .lilliotigh u short tune xiiice he was b«iih
bald and fray. The people hero saw iu etTucts and have
Confidence in it.
Mouuis «i(*siJNii', M. P., St. I/mis, soys, that after
trying many other prcjsiratinns. all to no i iH-ct, he
two bottle- which covered his head with a i.ew and vlf.
OTOI^ growth of hriir and invites
lt
aI1
alo, bv all nicy ami Ttitltlr mmIm Iktalem In the I'utU'd
aud sold by nil KruagL'te aud J'ateut IfalttiilM 1)oakrs
Platan aud /au»d*.
"-vr
WELLS' PECTOKAL SYRUP
OP
WILD (HKKRY,
For Cough*, Colds, Injlvcma. Pleurisy, Asthma,
Whoopwg-Cw)h, Bronchitis, and all tsetses
of the Lungs, Throat, and Chest.
THIS
valuable remedy is prepared with great
care and on correct chemical principles,
»nd has gained for itself a great reputation.—
No injurious effects will pi-ndm-ed should
the patient be ever so much reduced. An
over-dose will cause nausea and sometimes
vomiting, but will produce no other unpleas
tut result.
Patients should avoid takinp too large dos-
es, as in most cases it has a letter effect hy ta
king a dose that will rest well on the stomach.
The precise dose for each individual jxitient.
Or the nutnlter of times to be taken during the
day, will depend very much upon the temper
ament of the patient. As a general thing, the
patient should coin men re with a small (lose,
increasing in amount until nausea or depres
sion is produced, then continue in slightly di
minished doses until the desired effect is pro
duced.
Consumptive patients will find this an ano
dyne expectorant of rare medicinal virtues, al
ways giving relief and effecting acure,if wlth
the reach of any medicine.
To .ill wh» have a cough. cold. tightness of the elieM.
difficulty of breathing. A*.. I feci in 1 oty bound l« rec
nmnciid Wi ll's Pectoral Syrup of Wild Cherry. it be
lligthe best preparation fur thine disease* I have ever
used or known. I know several cases in which it has
proved eminently successful in curing severe coughs,
and othor pulmonary diseases, aud in my own case ii ha*
been entirely siu-ces.-fi ]. 1". ClKXia.
Bloomlngt'on, IK*. 20, 1852.
E. M. WELL'S GREAT WESTERN
Vegetable Anti-Bilions Pills,
For the cine of all hi/inns diseases, itnpuri
ti«. of J. imligestioii, liverioniplaint, sick
licadachc. fevers, colds, jaundice, dyspejwia, fe
male comjilaints, and a general cathartic.
In the treatment of bilious fever, jaundice,
and all other diseases of the alimentary canal
or general health, which is caused by an affec
lion of the liver or portal circle, these pills are
Invaluable.
For jaundice, take one or two pills every
liight. Should there be loss of appetite, or
general debility or languor, use the bitters un
til these symptoms arc removed.
These pills may l»e taken in all cases where
tin aperient alterative or cathartic is required.
Dyspepsia and liver complaint, with all their
Attendant evils, can positively Ik cured by a
persevering use of these pills in connection
with the hitters. When a cough exists in con
nection with any disease for which these pills
are recommended, take the Pectoral Syrup of
Wild Cherry, prepared by the proprietor, and
the patient will be thoroughly and radically
curod. These pills being of vegetable origin,
no injurious effects will lie produced under any
circumstances by their use. Adults or eliif
dren can take then) constantly when requinil.
The dose for a child three or four years old,
from one to two pills and for children eight
or nine years old, from two to three pills at
bedtime.
Females will find these pills very mild and
unitorm in their operations, and the very med
icine needed by a large class of females.
_I*'t all romeiulKT that the Cireat Western
Pills are designed expressly for use in bilious
climates, and are far In'tU than those put up
in the east, where little is known in regard lo
the peculiar diseases of the climate.
E. M. WELL'S CELEBRATED
GERMAN LINIMENT,
An unequalled application where a liniment
or ointment is required. It cures the worst
old sores, wounds, poll-evil, sweneys, snake
bite. spavin, llheuiuatism,
frozen limbs, burns,
scalds, colic, &c.
WELL'S GERMAN
CONDITION POWDERS,
For all kinds of stock. They purify the
blood, increase the appetite, cleanse the sU*m
ach and intestines of all impurities, and cure
all diseases caused hy impurity of the blood or
derangement of the system.
T. Tint Pt'Huc —I have ns.-.l Woll'« Gorman Condition
Howiirr* fur all kiioix of .-lock, anl can trulv sav ihey
have more than realised my expectations. Amoiip the
crm'n I have cureil are listem|Mr. hilc bound, still com
plaint, iteiicral debility, yellow water, and eruptions of
liie skin They are always useful when a chance of
feed i« made as from dry to green, or preen to dry.
1 have yet to see the ttrst man to di»appro\ e of them
•fter usinc them. Many Rive uU Winds of sun k a donr
at least once a montli, and 1
have noticed a marked dtf
fcrence between those having it and those not having it.
1
W*. .4. .liLitmv
Klk drove. May W. 1854.
Mit. Wkils:—I have fltuul for market fifteen horses
lhi spring, and have Used your iierman Condition Pow
ders with entire surcoss. I have used about ten paper*,
•nil convider it the best investment I ever made. The
(Scrnian Ijuiment is thf most »|eodjr and elToctu.-l rem
edy in use. Yours. Ae.. 1*. It. W.
For sale hy A B. F. Ilildreth and E. A. Has
kell, St. Charles: A. P. White, West I'nion
Merrill & Barron, McGregor H. Fairlnnks,
Prairie du Chien A. W. Billings. Bradford
She|»ard & lleckner, Mitchell. Adflrcss orders
(with Chicago references) to E. M. Wells, Chi
cago, Ill's.
WGERMAN
ELLS CONDITIONTJ
POWDEXL
Til F. CK.LEHH
ATKD
GERMAN PANACEA
fr all diseases of
HsTmi, Cattle, Mult* aad Sheep.
IW E S' 0. C. POWDER
Will purify the bloml, hssen the skin,
W remove fevers, excite the kidneys and
s£ strengthen the IkmIv.
Very useful in loss of appetite, stiffness.!
Si founder, coughs and colds. distcin|»er,'2
yeiljw water, iiitlarnmation of the eyes,1
injuries front hard work or fast driving,]
diseasi-s of the skin. etc.
Uig-hetMl, ioll-t'v\l. tistula, gTease and
2 st mU bes, can lie effectually cured if the S
hlinal is ]uritiei with the Powder, andi
pro|s'r applications made.
('ows will give a larger quautity and!
j- lietter ipiaiity of milk teams will work'.—
zi with ease and retain llesh sheep will!
improve in tlesli and Wh1 and al! ani-,
tuals at all seasons will be greatly im-i rz
proved by a free use of
WK1.US" t.UIMAN Cn\lmoN l'OWDER.
8
60,000 PACKAGES SOLD
i The last year, and more than
|M8/WO itaved to the Purchasers, 53
And their stock is fat, smooth and thrif
ty. Ever safe. Always useful. Try it.
If not entirely satisfactory after a thor
ough trial, go to the Agent and get
YOUR MONEY BACK.
No other Powder can compare tal
with this. The inventor wits a thorough
ly educated
VETERINARY SURGEON,
And it is the verv |erfection of a HORSE
ANICATI'LE MEDICINE.
IK. M. Wtllt, Proprietor, Chicago,
111
and sold by dealers generally.
For sale by A. B. F. HILDRETH, St.
Charles City, Iowa.
Why is the demand so great for
DK, III AW*
A U E A S A
BECAUSE
it will.in all cases, safely and cffectually
cure thai much dreaded scourge of the West hills
Keverand Ague—wilhout fail, and in cases will counter
act the (HUSOII cl Malaria,of which fait thousands do tea
tifj and, unlike *ill other nostrum#, it u only ntvini
mended lor one class of diseases, and as a tonic it is un
Hurpasm*!. We will oiler a lew evidenccti of iLs worth
by men of iaduencw and high standing.
l'rinc*lon. III., Sept. 20th,
1S57.
DR. MANN'—IVnrSIr For several years past 1 have
tiswl your Ague I{,1 Irani in indailv practice and have
closely otiserveit its etl cts in huudrelU of iaes. and in
no case ha.-, it failed to pris'iire the most happy elfect.
I can tuoot cheerfully recouimend it as a certain -ptx'lBc
for cldils,
fever and ague, aud malarious diseases
Truly}ours,
fc'
liv,
r-
i» .a..
to come and it.
«MI«AH .1. Isltow V. says, her hair waw not ont\ gray
but SO |!,lli til,I -lie i- ,.-e-|.t. l„,s. hilt afvr n-iuc
two boule- it ha- re-t i l„.|!,
,| ^,-,,^11,
Preimr. I,. O. J. AVtNII) (:|l„ 111 Mmkct
Tit. I
.out
a, uud :il4 IIIIUIIhu, VIV* fork,
H. AtTIN.
rvn Marshall, Mich., Feb. 11th, 1K.V7.
PR. MAVN At Co have cold a large amount of'vo
Ague italsam in this vicinity, and from my person-.
knowledge of u,
1 ttcheve it the best reniely l'.r chills
lever and ague that has ever been sold HI our Stale.
Hespectlully yours, O. A. HYDE.
MANN Ai CO.—lients |n
Meeirs. k
the^ofOhtoand Michig
^^X
ent remedy of which we have control ou, attention ha.
boon called to ott-erve ih great name that vour Amu
wi
rr
all other ague remedies u„. niarket. sup^rcode
Very truly yours. a. fc S. HENIiRV.
Messrs. S K. MANX k
1
house in St. Ixuiis sold your Ague llalsam some three
vears.aml have careiully ,.liservi«d itseilecty in
ami must in all candor s,.v I ,|o not believe
(TH,V.,
(M
.„
•U. the world of medicines. To my per-o,,„l Vnov.V
dg it has i ureil |»-rmaiiciitly every time,
](tl
(l 1 h.ivn
known it iistsl. alter all other remedies had Im*
lr
i,.d
in vain, with the most happy result. And what is more
ciuarkahle, I have never known a case but what remain
ed cured, for nt least that season. 1 have no hesitation
fe/er""""
'o 'numpli over chills and
lti- ,[*i|iil|^ yours,
„_ Wtoi*. o. j. WOOD.
A
MANN ft CO., Proprietors,
QALlua, Ullio
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NN
of wheat wanted in ex-
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mu ns, PAPKB, SCHOOL HOOKS,
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II
ALL KIN'DS OF KXVKLOP8.
Eiighirer'a and Arrhltert'i
Drafting l*ajH-r. Tnu-ing Linen. Watet Colors,
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w all Paper,
iff cbe HJost ilusiniMi styles tile lai^enC HtOCik
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ces also Window Curtains and Fixtures,
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Arnold's Writing Flui«l,
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Copying Ink, Pens, Pen liokktra, Wafers,4e.
Charles City, 1861.
INTELLIGEXCER
BOOK AND
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ESTABLISHMENT,
Intclligratcr^uiliiug,
CMtWITK THK PCBLIC SQCABK,
COR.VRK or
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Okarles City, Floyd County, Iowa.
Tliis is the largest and most centrally located
«r
S O
IN NORTHERN IOWA.
Tthas been rt-cently fitted up with an exten­
sive assortment of all the later and more ap­
proved styles of
|OB |)rintiiig
unrivalled foundry of
burners, 'llie cheaiest and best
light.
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orders 'promptly filled, pre­
scriptions carefully compounded,
Hews Office and Agency.
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community, and is needed in Floyd county.
To sustain it, the aid of the reading public is
solicited More time and money can usually
l»e saved hy ordering Newspapers. Magazines,
Books, &c.. through the St. Charles News Of
fice than by sending direct to publishers.
J. W. SMITH.
St. CharlesCHy, Ssr. 7th, 1860.
NEW BOOKS
AT T11B
Charles City Book
Store,
IKTKLLIGKNCKIt Bt'ILDIKO.
A. B. F. HILDRETH
Of
AS lately received a large supply
New Books, Stationery, &c.,
whicli he offers for stile at the lowest possible
prices for cash. His stock embraces a large
variety of
Miscellaneous Books,
K.MS
hy nearly
all the
celebrated English and Ameri
can authors, some of them put up in elegant
gilt bindings many
Beautiful Gift Books,
for the Holidays.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
such as Mc uffy's series of Headers, McCuffy's
and Webster's Sellers, Ray's Arithmetic, Pin
eo's and Wells' Grammars, Mitchell's and
Smith's (.icograplircs. Slates, Pencils, &c.
BLANK BOOKS,
of
all styles and prices. Plain and Gilt niled
and unruled
Cap, Letter and. Hote Paper.
rials,
such as
TYPES, RUIJ-IS, B0RDKR8,
•n4 other fixturescalculated expressly for the
execution of all kinds of Job Printing required
in this section of country. The materials are
all new and selected with great care from the
JAMS
Coxxnt & Son,
New York, whence frequent additions will he
made.
It will he the ambition of the proprietor that
this Printing House shall be distinguished for
the four great features of
COUECTHENN,
REATNES8,
Kcoiumr,
niid OESPATTll.
B.XY
v
AJUJUdf
PAMPHLETS,
CJRCXJLAJtS,
BILL AND LETTER HEADS,
ScC JL'f*'
CO i\ s\ 0:1,
UUK H0TES, TAX HECEIPT*,
V'i'-CaiSS'i'S,
And many other varieties of Job Printisf gj.
ecutod iu the highetit style of Ute art.
The ralwcriher challenget oompetition In the
use of
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VAMCV tOLOfU,
CUHBIVATKH^
On Satin, Glaxcdand ("olored Pa|ersaiil C'arda,
if Whcqualled iu Ncatnetw and Drilliamq^.
Entrust your Ordert to Me.
Minute attention is given tit every order, near
or far, ami the
PB1UK11IAL tftPKKINTKNlMEllCB
Ot Uw Praprlrtor guarantee* tlw faJtMtal
prrfbrai iac« of every Job.
IU OUIR8 BY MAIL OB EXPBMf,
Promptly attended to.
JL B. F. HILDEETH,
THK
„f. tr v '.^C-
v
Rail Roads.
1861. GREAT 1961.
Freight and Passenger Route.
THE
mmSktl & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD*
DIRECT AM. RAIT. ROUTE
FROM
V0RTHEBH IOWA ft MIHHE80TA
TO
Milwaukee, Chicago,
Wt. Louis, and all Points East and SMrtlk
S Trains daily (Sondsjr
cxce|ttol) !«ivo Prairie da Chien.
al Ilt
Ncatsfoot, and others. fh,0, in' directly with trains lor the Kost and South.
Burning Fluid of superior 4 w NICIIT KXI'I:k.s-. arriving at Miiwnu
quality.
i kee at 4 o'
direct .i.tiitd lion vvlili Jx ti
Putty, Tar, Turpeutine, Rosin, I tjie K-st an,, arrntng
arnish
.on p. M., connecting at
k next morning, making
ind Mil* nikee Railway for
hici?o. via .lanosvilli'j at
4.4$ A. M., connecting wit! monniu. trains.
co\.\ t: TKLXS
Are also made at Jancsville for
Beta#, Bdtidert, Fr*jort, Portage City, Fmd du
Lac, 0$hko«h, Berlin, IfC.
flKs-ki- through from Prairie da Cliien
to Milwaukee, Chicago, and all ini|Hirtalit (siints East.
OMX/lllS TICKETS
At and Chicago furni*hct\ graft* htf Con
ductor* to Patiengirf holding thr finih Eutrrn Tick'
et». WM. .IERVIS, (iencral Supt.
Milwaukee and Mississippi
RAILROAD.
1861
Great TraniHrt«tioa» Roulc.
THE MKUCHANTS
And all Rufinr** Men of thf North- West
Will save TIMK and MONEY by having their
(}hm1s shipitcl hy the
Ol.D riOXEE/l KOITE VIA
MILWAUKEE & PRAIRIE da CHIEN.
tllK KiLLOWl.Ml LINKS ON THE I.AKKS, VIS
New York Central Railroad Line,
Buffalo, Cleveland, and Chicago line,
Western Transportation Company, and
Northern Transportation Coni|«any
thfn in direct connection with this Road, and
all Freight arriving at Milwaukee by said
Lines, is landed on the Milwaukee anil Mis
sissippi Railroad iHtcks. If eonsigneil to our
c»re. it is transferred to the 'ath fnr uf ehanje,
avoiding delay :tnl saving shipping charges.
N B. The Detroit and Milwaukee Railway
Company insure all Property across I^ike
Michigan, and tleliver freight consigned to
this Road free of charge.
|r The rates of trans|ortation from Chi
cago to the Mississippi, will he as Ivw a* by
any other line. WM. JKRVIS,
J.
LAWLKH,
Ueneral Superintendent.
Agent, Prairie du Chien.
March 9th, 1H4!1. 33tf
Ipring of 1861.
Milwaukee & Prairie du Cliien
tt. Tlr.
McGregor, Prairie du Cliien,
AND NORTH MHiRl'.OOR
STEAM FiJRRY.
FEURY RATES.
For eadi person lOcts.
For Vehicle drawn bv 2 animals 60
For 1 80
For Vehicle drawn by more than two
animals, each additional onet....... .10
For Horse and Dray .40
For eiuli Horse, Mule or Jack. 10
For Neat attic per head 10
For llogs and Sheep, each ........8
ForMcrchttndisc |ier 100 lbs. .......... 8
For Salt and Whisky per bbl 5
Commutation ticWcts for (MTHOUS tuay be
olit^iincif of the Ca|t4a'm on trnard, at one-half
the ills ive rati*s, viiu u tHie s wertli is
purchascil at a time.
The Comjtany reserve the right to change
the above rates whenever they may think pro
per to do so. JOHN LAWLKR.
General A^cnt.
N. B. When a bank bill is offered for fer
riage the usual premium on specie will he in
variably charged.
Sunday Ferry- Leave Prairie dVi Chien at 8
A. and McGregor at .r 30 P. M.
Z. H. 811 ICR WIN, Captain.
LAKE .SHORE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
0
s
Tlivniitiy, Atii.'u.-t '.'J. lssi. Trains
l« t. corner of Florida mid Barclay
AMI AKTKI!
ill hAre tlie 11
Street-, a- fullows
Mduxmkee &c Chicago Railroad Lint
Wlllle.ive Mi|jruiik'''. from KI.Ti.la street, for Chk«K
aii'l internieilittlc rUiiioiif, ut 10.X0 A. .ainl 3.151". M.,
receiving passenj Innn Muditun, Jatiesville and iu
termeiliate -utkni- ii|HIII the
Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad,
Ali Fit OX TltlC
Milwaukee and Watortown Railroad,
TllK
La Crosse aud Milwaukee Railroad,
AM» THE
Milwaukee and lloricon Railroad,
AT Sill WAI'KKK. AMI THK
Racine and Mis.sissip)i Railroad,
At Racine, and conne with tlie atterniMin anil evetiinn
exftre^ trains for lie Ka.-t. over the Michigan Central
aid Mulligan Soialieni lUnlroails.
tf J'asseiijterh ti keUil to Chicago. IVwtutl, New
York. I'liilalel|lna Riltimore ., tc.
KUIili.llT TRAIN'S run tlirou^'li to and from Milwas
kee and I'lncaxo daily. Sundays excepted 1/CJive Mil
waukee ut 8.30 A.M. I.e.-«ve fhiea^o at it.'Jt) A. M.
u
JolIN' MOODY. Master of
Tr^n-|»irtati"ii M. k C. Kailroml
I lyuniiuj
Dubuque X. Siouv City K. H.
on and aftiT Mouday, ScptoinlxT 2. 1S61, trains wiU
run an follows
TRAINS MOriSG fWf. I TRAIN* MOVISO 'IW
L^avt- Ituliuque 1100 A.M.jbeav. c«i»r Kails 7:50 A.•.
.IllheU
I'eo-ta
11:36
It :&6
1-i:l«r.a.
12:30
12:65
MaU-rloo fc 10
ICiyiaoad 8^6
Jesup tl^lfi
Itnleiiend'nc V 36
Winlhro| lo^lA
Masonville 10:30
Manchiwter 11 17
I.-l. Cenler II ^7
Kpworth
Farley
|iyer-villa
l^rlville
Jiel. Centre
Mall' hesU-r
Jla.-'PIU llie
U'liilhrop
flub Iieud'iic 3:^
Jiins up 3^3
ttavinond 4 :'.'d
Water!.*! 4:60
MS
lu'tS
2*I
2-^»
2:66
Karlville
liyernvUle
Karley
11:42
12i7
12:30
12:46
I'eawta
Illicit
iHihuqM
Arrive •••lar Kalis 6:10
ISO
120
1:6A
Arru
Tin-tram movingi«rt »toj« 20 minuk-s ut Mauche.-ter
for refre-hinetits.
ti- ONNKI'IIONS —Stages I, ave K-irU ill.- on the arrival
of the cais from the Kast, on Tuesdays, Hiursdayi and
Saturday-, tor Miawlo-rry I'otnt. Itrush Cru-k, Kay. tie
We-t I lie11. IVi orah and St. I'aul aud fmiu Manchester
on Mondays Wediu-iiilays mud Kriday« for Strawberry
I'oitit and the north.
Ma^e.- leave Cedar Falls daily for Xew Hartford, Ap
bnt'lou. Island Orove. Ackley, lltr!iu City, Iowa Kails,
Alden Wallei Web.-lert it\ lort li'"li:e and ioux Citv
al-o.(or Jam'3villi*. Waverly. Syracu-i Nashua. UfaAIurU,
8t. Charkw City aud Minnesta.
(iKoKiiK YOL'NC. Supermini
J. A. Ilym, (ieneral Kieijjhl andTK krt Agent.
Chicago, Iowa & \ebrat»ka
RAILROAD.
ON
AM) AFTKftl MOKO.tY, Nov. », )8N.
until further notice, trains will run ar follow*
TKAJ.VS WM. THAI 8 UMT.
Krt.
turn.
M.
A. M.
f-TATU»MB. Krt.
p. a.
l-.'.-OO 7:44 ©Union,
QMnancbe,
li:li S:0S
•Ml UHONIKII
While in all the mluor-slied and more tleliatte
«tylea of work, hit* execution of printing iu
Gold and Silver Colon*,
l-.'» 8:1ft lim Moor, 1:56 6^0
12
:itO S.J5 Banies.-,a. 1:40 6:'J0
1:^0 l:4i HaWitt 1:20 biOO
1:46 »:U0 Oniiet Mound, 11':.V) 4:40
2:10 »:l& CaJinas. 12:i6 4:33
V:2* Yankee Rua, 1!M0 1:13
•iM 046 Loudeii, 11:60 3:66
10M Union jn»v*,
Mechau ic.-iflkk
Lisbon,
4:10 10:O6
10:66
11-JO 8:30
Union jn»v*,
Mechau ic .- iflkk
Lisbon,
10.36 3:00
Union jn»v*,
Mechau ic .- iflkk
Lisbon, V.60 2:40
4 45 11 OO Ml. Vernon^ J»:.'I6 2X1
6:10 11:'20 Dor tram, V:10 2:16
bAi 11*0 Cedar MapidS, 8^0 1:46
P. M. A. S. a. a. r. a
Counocuor with through traiaa for Cliicago.over the
Ihxou Air I j|,e of llie Galena and -a«o t'uion Hail
ruad. Al I'e Witt with Slaves for llavuniHirl. Macjuii
kelaand Auainosa. At Yankn- Run with Stupes lor To
ronto Onion tirove with Stain* lor Tipton. At Ijsbon
with Stagi'.- for Auamosa, Al t'tslar Ra|nls withStaco lor
Marioti.Viritoii.Wat4-rliMi,CiMlarKali-,Waverly,St (liarli*
City Fort itudge, Mareugii, Ft. Itostnoiiu*,Council lllufls,
Sioux City.
An Agent will be at the I»ep.,t Kulion.to ro
coive all b-ig^age fur Clinton or die Ko.i t, which will be
conveyed across the river »KKK OKI II.U.I.I:
N
Puoi'iturroa.
More to Rent.
Subscriber offcih for rent, on favorable
term*, his Store in the Intelllrentvr
iiiiiltling. Ilki will also Hell his, entireistock
of Stationary, Paper IlangingK. &c., revoked bv tne
afciMik 9k Jr. UiLVUEmn
i i
M. SMI 111 1-4) '. k Huiit.
Cflatna, Iowa, Nov. ao. isoii j|
Notkeil
K i s e e y i v e n a s i n e e
-ollt day of June, A. I). ISliO, S. II. Starr,
of M. 'iiarlex City, Floyd Comity, Iowa, has
been and still is my ttoie lawful u^cnt and at
torin-y for the |itir|Kt»e of tninsai ting any and
all my liiisini x* in the State of Iowa, and tliat
all power and authority deh-gateil to A. L.
Collins to do any of aoch loisim ss. has been
IWHd| A{trll
Rail Roads.
1861. 1801.
CHANGE OP TIME!
YiaGrand Haven Route
New and Favorltn
U. S.
Mail,Express,Passengers,
AND
FREIGHT LINE!
Mt, msa
Lowest Rates and Quickest Time
BY THK
DETROIT & MILWAUKEE
Railroad
In connection with the new and jwwerful
upper cabin steamships
"Detroit" and "Milwaukee."
On and after Monday, May 27tit. 1801, the
steamships Detroit and Milwaukee," of
this Line, will leave the dock, foot of Milwau
kee st., Milwaukee, daily (except Sundaysi at
7 o'chxk A. M.. and 4 o'clock P. M. for (irand
Haven, connecting therewith Express Trains
for Detroit. Susjiension Bridge, Toronto, Mon
treal. Buffalo, Rochester, New York, 1'ostou,
&c., and Cleveland Line of steamers at Detroit.
«TMark all Freight ViaD. &M. R. R.,"
and save time and Money.
Offices Milwaukee, 'JoO East Water Street,
door south of the Walker House 25 Wrscon
sin St.. Tunis & Co.'s Pcriitdiml Dejiot anil
tiMitof 1-jtst Water Street, next door to Miles
Armour's Warehouse.
(i. NEIME1R, Receiver.
J. II. WHITMAN, Celieral WesU rn A|elit.
TlloMAS H»Kllh,fity Af:ent.
Freight office—1
Hck foot of Milwaukee
Street—W. M. GRAHAM, Agent.
D. & M. R. R. Offices, May 25, lHJl.-24tf.
1H61 Are yoa going East 1801
S5..W
Then secure tickets via the
miciuuA:* Koi riiER^
AND
Lake Shore Bail Road Line.
THE DIRECT ROUTE EASTWARD!
Forming with its connections the Great
Through Route, via
Cleveland, Dunkirk or Buffalo,
To all principal points in
Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New
England and the Canadas.
Leave diloaso,
6.00 A. M.
6.35 P, M.
Day Express Train.
Night Express Train.
Grand I'nion Dejnits throughout the entire
line, in connection, at Rutfa'o and Dunkirk,
with the New York and Erie uud New York
Central Railroads.
l^uxurious Sleeping Cars!
Accompany all night Express Trains through
to the Atlantic Cities.
Trains connect at Detroit with Trains of the
Grand Trunk iiailway, for London, Hamilton.
Toronto, Broekviile, Montreal Quebec, and all
point* in ('anada.
Also at Clyde with Trains of the Sandusky,
Dayton andt 'incinnati lUilroad, for Sandusky,
Bellefontainc, Springfield, Dayton aud Cincin
nati.
Also at Monroeville with the S tndusky,
Mansfield and Newark Railroad, for Mansfield,
Mount Vernon, Newark, Zanesville, Wheel
ing, \c.
I*a«Mftigrors rir« finrri to
Pilt.sliiiro-, iiffliiig*, iliii i i.sbiir^,
I'hihulclpliiu, Rultirnoro, WasU
ington, and all points in
1'cnnsylvaiiia,
flhmjM !c particular and sii tire Tickets via
"Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad."
Through TuLets by this Hired Jloute,
Call lie obtained at all l'riiici|»al Ticket Offices
in tlw \A eBt ami Nitrt-hwest, and iu Chicago
at the Company's Depot, corner of Van Burcn
and Sherman Streets, and also at the General
Ptascnger Office, 56 Clark Street, under the
Sherman House.
D. lMPIIEIX,C«i l?urt. M. S. k X. I
i: u i-i. i-.
1*. I ltt't'KKK, i|t. C.4T.H R.,Cleveland.
H.
Nnvri\«.'llAM,
.supt. C. It K. R. U .develand.
R. \. IlltOW \, .i|.i, k K. H. K., ItutlaUi.
O.Ktl. M. t.lt I .eii'l i-«. Ayent. t'hieiitjo.
JOHN I*, lit ItT, We»t.-rii Travel,nc Akciu.
WM. il. UAtlii,i.eiurul Agent, UutTaiu, N. Y.
DR. S. F. COLLINS'
JAI XDKI: iin iFRm.
A Wl'K'K and onfall,m remedy lor Jaundice aud I ivcr
A
IN-ases in their wor-t forms. Hvs|M p-m Habitual
CouUveiie-s, I ti//iiiess. pains in the I to k and Side. Sick
ness at the stomach, lleadiii he IIrow-llie.--. l.o.-- of Ap
petite and alt -miliar ouiplaints arising I'roui dcraugi
ment of the Ijvcr and ISilli.uy organs.
Thexe Hitter* Citaw and Purify the Blood.
The titiielv use o| the-e (iitti-rs i.- also a sure preven
tive of the Yellow, Iti Hums. Intermittent and Keuiiuent
Fevers. Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, and all di
eaises which liave their origin iu any malaria or miasma
Alcu,
Pit. COLLINS*
Anti-Hill ions Physic.
A MiM.
aafe and thorough 'atharur. should In mwit
cases be used in connection with the Hitters. This I'tiyg
n inay Li.- adiinnisU red with perfect safety to iiifanU
and persons of the leeblestcoiiititutiouiu allcane.s where
physic way be necessary Also the
Blood Purifier,
A certain cure for S roluia. Salt Klieum. King's Etil,
Scahl Head. Fever Sores lloil- Kri.iitiolu ttu the Faca
aad all diseases of the IIIIHHI.
Lung Syrup,
A enre Tor Consumiitioo. that most iimilil tf n 111
•ea, as well u Asthma, Bronchial Adecliou*, CougUr
Colds. Ac.
Diarrhea and Dysentery Cordial.
Tin- Cordial will be found an excellent remedy in sum
Uicr coin la ails, Jijscuieiy, Ibtlainiiiatinti of the lluwein
Ilidigii-Uoli, Sickness al the StoUiacli, ac. And hie cele
brated
Life Ointment.
It would be useless to attempt to enumerate the many
woaderful cures wrought by -uih aa Rheumatism
Ciiilblaius. Itrin-es. Cuts. Ituriis. Inllammati.-iti ot' the
Kv«m,
I'ot.-onousa,
Mortlll.at irli.
Riles of Snakes, ac., ac.
Til si- liiedicitie are prepared exclu.-u ely I'loai Itoots
and H'-rb.-, containing no mineral subslance.i whatever
Their-tr-natheiiiiig and invi^oratinir qualities are truly
wonderful and miraculous, while not the 'ea^t injury
1.1 apprehended irom their use. Themanv Matter
ing tostimonial- which are daily received uf their merits,
and tlie increasing demand. has induced nie to devote
my ctiiire attention to the manufacture of the
Jaundice Bitter* and Anti- Htthoiu PXytic,
for the Item Ut of the uiimeroiiK .-uller. rs fioin various
billiouA C4jiupUnnts, with the utuio-l i oulidence that they
cannot fail i cure a- recommended. I am permitted to
refer to the following Well known aud highly res|tecuble
itizeiis ol Chieaiio and-iirrouiiiliii) couatry, for UOOflr
niatioii of all that is above staled
C. II llazeltoii. No. 244i take street.
Franklin luker. (firm ol Uaker a Moody) 1M lakerl
A. |t. 1
.mi It (nr in of l^nnb a Jewell) 2*3 l^ikeatraei
M. Hionp, Heal Kslatc Aiteui. Ml Clark street.
Edwin Clark. Keal K-t it.- Agelil,b Wells ,-lrort.
W. W Phelps. 141 Uke street
J. I'li keriiif.- Keal Kstatt- Apeut 8 Wells atTMt.
Ambrose Itiirnham. Im \Sabah Avenue.
WW.Spencer.
I'aaa
r. H.
2:30 fiKIO
©Union,
QMnancbe 2:19 6:46
bi. Contractor Stale street.
David Sw enk. corner Uandoi|ih aud FratUtilaatCMto.
Anio- K. Mi Hire, ninilison -trect.
1*. 1*. Uriscol, 4.'! Smth Water
struct.
Kev 1 M. Weed. Wauke^au.
H. C. Adams. Chicago, liurlintrton a )«ttnfv ItalTroad.
Mai" I Noble, .letlei son towii.-lil,i Illinois.
OKNKKA1. OKI'OT. No. 44 Franklin SI., Chicago.
And fur sale ill Charles City Iowa, bv
A. B. F. HILDRETH.
34yl
THE WEEKLY PRESS.
THK
WKKKI.Y l'lttiS is published in the city of Phi I
detphia every Saliirda) It is conducteil upon N'.i
lloualpriuciples. anil will uphold the rights of llie Stall*.
It will resist taualli ISUI 111 every shape aud will be de
voted to conservative dm tritn-s. as the true foundation of
public pro-|M-rit and social order. Such a weekly
journal ha- long been desired in tin- t'nitcd Suites, anil II
Is to gratif this want that tin- Weekly I'ress is published,
it is printed on excellent white pa|ier. clour, ue« ty|ie,
and iu ijiiarto turm. for liiiiduig. Il coiitaius all the to ws
of the day i'orre-|Miiiden.e froin the old World and the
I New Domestic Intelligence Ke|«,rt- of the Markets
Literary Kevu-ws Misc^-llaueoii- Sdii-lions the progress
of Agriculture in all it.- various de|nii tmeiiis.
TKKMS. itivariably in advance. The Weekly I'ress will
I In-sent to-ubscriliers by mail, at $-'.M) per annum
Twenty copies, when seal to one address. $20.on.
I Twenty copies, or over, to address of each subscriber,
$1.25 each Foraclubof twenty one.or over, we wiii
hi-nil an extra copy to the getter up of the club. Post
I masters are requested to act as
agents for the Weekly
I're-s.
I will esteem it a favor il my |h.litii-uI and personal
friends, and all others who deMire a first class woekly
news|ta|ier. Will exert themselves the Weekly
I'ress a large c.nulutum iu their res[Ms'tive uei^Ubor
hood*.
JOHN*toW.give
Street, PhiladafWa
FRIKM) HURT.
Mi S801*
X)
FOK.NKY,
K-lii'ir aud I'roprititor.
Puhlle ofllee oftbt Wmkit I'kk-s, n\». 417 Chestinit i Itrciiicr county, Iowa
IAK1KH FOR 1861- -a variety at
4*
mm.
w, 8Mrnrs.
sro
I
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
VS.
FAIR HANK'S NCALES.
HONESTY IS THE liEST POLICY,"
Honesty is better than any Policy.
CHICAGO, June
den of Atiinifdoii,111..
have
I's
17th, 1M1.
0. T. 0RAVE8, B*),,
Km "After Wf we h»d ah-Mll tlw
remark* made LT Mr.«,N-eiiieMi, OF lie 11.T.I U!" I'AIRBARK-'
A: (.L
eenleal,tmn
LIING
the Heale We
|iit UP lor M. II. liar
I wrote to Mr. Harden NTNL ENCLIMI
to you In- reply. Yon will
M-E
from tlii- letlcr that
aud s|Ike ol Howe's
LLW
lie
re|iresi'iitatioiis Ly tinenleaf to YU were falsi
tini.-t have he'ti lalioriiiK under N I re,it mistake, Want
you to writeonr
Iioiim'here
exactly what Mr.tireeiileaf
slated to yon. US tin- i^tiot the LLR-I tune that they tra
duced our Scales,ami we are determined to place tliem IB
their true
|HtsiUoti
before the public.
Ri'siMs tfullv your-,
V4lil iuKVOOKT KIOKKRMIN' *CO.,
IVr S, U. LIISIKKR.
AmifttnoM, Til.. June 14th, 1861.
VAVRrRVrtrmt. Klr-KKR« K i.,
IIKAKSIKS :—Ymirs EL
the
1 ith in-T.is at hand,and eon
TENT noted,and in reply I would say that tho llowe's
5V-A!E .HI put up lor me works
like
w-re here,and any statement
1
AN«MT
LS-cn NNVLI'froma
the reputation ol the
events,the whole thiiiK
HAS
a ehartn SINCO you
TO
the contrary.hy the
of Kairlmnk.-' Scali-*,or any other
|«riy, mu-t
false impression made LV sonic
interested part or from a ilis|to-ition
ON
his
|urt
to injure
ales
HY A
talse st.it.IIE-ut. At all
N F.ilirieiition. AS
the
S ales
thu* lar. WERK to iiivenlire -ALIlaetieii,as wellns tothe
Katislaeiion of all other imrties who have witn s»cd their
workitiL' sinee you were here. 1 have the tllty pound
weight Vet alid would like to keep It some tune longer.
Mr. Jesse Itiirr
not puri lmsi'd
S
BLJ will not for some time,ou
ales yet and prolta-
account of the hard times.
Yours respectfully, M. B. HAIU'KN.
KKWANKK, June 19th,1861.
Mcaara. DU KKUSON k »t..
TIK.VRIFUKN :—In AN-WER
to your letter of June 17th.
CIIC
IO-iiikVAXDERVOORT,
letter to our lioiise from Mr. M. It. Harden,
of Aluiiiidoii.dated June Htli.L would sa\ that alter)
lelt your .-tore, I called at the cstuhli-hmcnt ot Messrs.
Kairiiank^ .V (reeuleaf on or nhoiil the lltli of
Inquired of llicin the
A-ALES
N-ale. and
A^ENT, Mr.
to ine that
W. K. Ml'lll, Gen'l Sup't.
a Item# a
NOT work at all. TIN- S'ale
ter FROM Mr. 11 Harden,of AIini don.dat it
1
am inclined to it
colii|Htilion OLIVIA to
WRY
ini|ierlect mid IHNTR Sale,ami that there were many ol
them that would not work.nnd ineiitioniil to
ME tluit U
S
ale near hy wlierel lived wa hadly out of order and
Would
he said w as al Ahing-
LIOU, 111., and had HC'II 'TOILFLIT hy Mr. M. II Harden,ami
wa-worth nothing for weii iiiii(!and had It,-en abandoned
all of w hich teiideil to discourage me from purchasing the
Howe's
after meiitioiiini this tnaller to Ymii
Hooker,and he
DUN
NIL the
MR
same,ainl Hated
tireelileal was
HOT a man
his
of veracity,AS
he had di tccied him very rei*ently several falsehoods,
1 H'KAN to tioi.lit
veracity. Since 1 liave seen the let
June 14th,
WA-
|iur|iosf
all said tiv Urivnlcaf for the
of di-coi.think
r.I|riii|{ lue.atid thai it was V"Al.SE,as
the eticlosiil letter ot Harden I- IN contradiction to tireen
leaf's statement to me,and I think this
unfair course of
lie
discountenanced,as I HERE
uothim like fair play and trutli lu trade. HOPING tfate
explanation Is satisfactory.
1 am rt^jstlfully vontrs,
O.'T. OKA VIES.
PRENIt NB UVKIl FAIRBANKS'
In laics own state.
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
[Extract* fi "IN V. rmotit -Lite A(!I icullural SN ietyOffi­
cial Itejmrt.Se|4finlicr
ltitli.1S57]
Out-hleot the Hall were w o ||AV S'ale.-, one manufac
tured by John HOWE,
Jr.,of Itrandou,Vt.. and the ijther
by Messrs. Kan banks,of T. John-bury. The former
I is our de-i^rti to keep eon-lantly tn stock an
*U|tply
IS
cmistrut'tcil II|«UI a new ptincipleit is claimeil. It E^IRRHSL
off the premium,as be it
IT: more
accurate in
cording to the various tests
WEI^HINIT, ac­
to wln it
was Siibjii'ted.
AWARIMIK I'RKMII MS.
John Howe. Jr.,Brandon, Vt„ one set Hay flrales, $16.
E. Fairbanks k Co St.Jobnsburjr,VT., uae S«t Hay
Scales,$10.
Another Premium.
At the VI'I NVHIT Stall- Kair.S-|teniber ITTLI. 1R6S,after
S^RRERE
trial and TET of
|he MMIIK*
and the Knlr
bank- S ales,the Inploma was awarde{ to John Howe,
Jr.. for
tlie
be.-L llay S ales.
Every Scale Warranted to ^ive Entire
Satisfaction, or Taken Hack.
ample
of every descri|ition of Weii hiiii
A|Hwratus.
wlneli we offer sale al tlie manula- turors' lowest
prices.
For further partK'ular and references,plea*F call upon
nr A.MN----,
Vandervoort, Dickerson
& CA.
IMl t'KTKK^
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, Zinc,
Copper, and Metals Generally.
AiiKm FOR
HOWE'S IMPROVED SCALES,
190 Jt 201- Randolph Street
1T!t'At
O. HI.
AYEE'S
CATHARTIC
I'l I.l.S.
pHK. sctenc,
•1 Mulii'ine
ot i 'hemisiryr aa4
have bii'ii t*xed
the ir iitnei-l to procure this Ih»I.
most |ieilci puinative which i
known to man. Itinunier.ible
|riMfs are show n that Iho-e pills hav
|*»ss in excellence the ordinary
Will unpriiedelitrdly ll|totl tie
are sale ainl plea-ant to uik
Their iM-iK-tratiiii projw-rtii
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Almanac, containing directions b»r tlietr use and
ccrtiticales ot ih ir cures, ot tie- loiloviing coinplainli
t'ostivene.-s. Idilioiis CompUint-. Kheunirtli.-iii. lrop»y,
Heartburn, Headaelu- arising irom a toul stomach. Nau
sea. Indigestion. Flatulency, 1SS of Appedle. all t'lcer
ous and t'litaiK-ous In-ea-i-s which ropiu eaU cvacuant
lies I ii-1
lie. Srofula or King's Kvil. Tln-v al-o. by purify
ing the bloml and sliuiulating the system, cure many
complaints which it would not tie sup|i«*cd the) could
reach, such a- Ih-afnes-, Partial llUndni-ss. Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Iieraiigeuient- of the I.iwr and Kk1
in-ys. I,out, and oth«-r kindred complaint- ari-ing I'roiu a
hiw state o| the b.Hlv or obstruction of u- dilutions.
I)o not Im- put oil' by uii|iriiiciplcd dealers with some
•alter pill tlicy make more |trolit ou. Ask ftr Artk's
Plus, and Like noihmg e|-e. No other they can give
v-el c,in|wire- with this in its intrinsic value or curative
lowers. The sick waul tlie lie.-t aid there is for Uwni.
and they should have a.
l'r«-|istriil by 1 m. J. C. Atnu, Practical and Analytical
Chemist, Ijiwell, Mass. Price 26 els. per Box. Five
Doses lor $1.
For sale at the Charlaa Oty Bonkstore bv
A. H. F. HILDRETH.
LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.
SKW KKRIBB.
ON*Me.-.-r-
PUBLISHEIW None*.
3d of April. Di'lH. we Itegm in connectwin with
l.lttell. Sill Co., llo-ton the New S rics of
the 3
tile l.ntng Age. i«-ued weekly enlarged to eighty pages,
handsomely pimtcd on tine |«|ier, with cut ciigc-.ctc.
The loug e-tabli-hed and deservedly high reputation
which tills esteemed Work lias eiijow-d render.- ttsii|ti'i
tluous to refer to it- i haracteristic claims as a mo-l,boiic
and ably conducted coiii|telidium ol the best selected III
erature of the tunes Com|trising as it does, the crime
de la creme of the world renowned licv lews and Peri
iHtical- of K.nro|M'. as well as ca.-ional selei tions from
the lust fugitive literature of our own country. It will
IM- at once apimrent that it |tossesses a character alike
uiiiipic and uurivallod a- a re|s»itory of good things,
suitable for all cla-M-s ol the reading community—the
statesman. -Indent, ami phiksopher. ar w-ll a- tin- ('ami
Iv circle In addition to the intrinsic ipiuliiy ot itslitera
r.v contents. the |iiantily of reiuhug matter einbraied in
a single year in this work, amounts to (our thousand une
hundred and sixty double liters,—the Bubscripuou pran
of which is only Six m.liar.- per annum,—thus coaatilu
ling it not only the best, but
The Cheapeft Periodical in the World.
This work wnu ha- tieen reieived with umversa
IM-ovalofthe Press. religious aud secular, has alsoen
jov el the cordial approbation of many eniint-ul uieu of
our country,—among them
l*resideal Adams, Hoi. Jired sparks,
Justice Story, o IV. If. I'rescott,
ttiamellor Kent, Ceo lfcincroft,
Bishop Aloii/.o Potter, Geo Ticknor,
•ev. Dr. Bethune. H.J Kaymond.
HHV. Albert Durnes.
STANFORD DKLISSER,
Puhihiherg.
60t Broadway,
Opp. Ft. Kicholas Hotel, New York
Howe's Standard Scale*.
roB HALE BY
i
Vandervoort, Dickcrwon & Co.,
Tin Plate Warehouse,
N«w. 199 & 201 Randolph St.,
Chicago. Weigh of Ijev
el. No Check ROI
L1GHTE & liRADIiURYS'
Irmdated full Iron Frame new Scale
GRAND AND SQl'ARK
T*T A RO-KOHTE9.
flic Insulated Ir(n frame preserves
li e original tone of the iii.-lrument in all
ii- purity. seciiriti.- il for all fitie airaliist
lli.it ino-t ili-ntrrccahlc tinny ipiality "I
tone inv.iiiably louiid inalloihi Iron frame 1'iano Fortes.
It trreallv slreiufwus 'hi- e*se and thus keejis the I'iano
Forte much loiiirer in fune. It pives the instrument a
liou ri-.h- rind -weeler tone. Itadaptsthe Piano
to all climates and to ull changes of atmosphere, ami in
all re-perls it |s pronounced by our best artiste* the
irreate.il iiiipMveiiient of the ape iu I'iatio Korte construc
tion prodin itu an instrument acknowledged to be nupc
rior to ull others made lu tins couutry or Kumpe.
A few frtfimrmint* in rrgard to th* H'p'riorrtf t4
our New Scale Patent Insulated Piano- Fortet.
I havp examined tlie llano-Fortes of IJghte k Bmd
borys with entire sati-fai-tiun. I know not that there are
Miy otlnr- better, either In our own couutry or else
where. "—DR
Ijiwkli
M.tsos.
In rlenrheee. rli-ldiPss, and vnlnme nf tone, rtellcary,
elasticity of touch.and line relating action. 1 have nev
er p!aved II|NIII tln ir npial."—H. A. Wot I:MI.u Pr.
In volume, richnes-". evenness, and purity of tone,
and in delieai-y of touch they certainly excel, and in that
beautiful -itigmg iality su desirable yet so tcldom
found."—
WIIJJAM
MASON.
I have never played upon rich and heavy a tone
Square Piano-Forte."—AKTIII NaimiJI.\.
I atn astoni-hed and delighted with the Xew Pc*le
Iron Frame Fortes made by you. There must he
a splendid future Lighted Bradburya' Itauo Fortes
(ilJI. F.
KPianofor
iht.
June,and
|o\\e-t
four
T-M
price lliey would
Sale,.-ind
.-ell
1 have never played npon so line aa Instrument."—
GEO. I". HRISIOW.
I consider them a« to hennty, richness, fullness and
equality of tone, as well as their agm-able, elastic touch,
equal if not su|nrior to any Pianos made in this couutry
or Kurope."—
KAKL
Wkis
nie n
mentioned at the same time that I
had Im-cii li«'kiii^at the Howe'sSales,THOUIIHT something
of purch.I-MI one of thi-LIL. Mr.tireelileal then
NAVE tlie
their prii
In |iower, quantity, and eipialiiy of t»me, thfy cer
tainly excel: while for that pciuliar rich and singing
tone -o invaluable as nil accotn|tnniment to the v lce, I
have never tin their equal."—C. lUu-lM.
Tlu-y have all the rcfpiirctnoiits for a superiitr Inter
pretation of Itotli classical and modern compositions."—
M. STR.lKlMt.
Wan-room,-121 Rroome Street, a few doon
Ku»t of Rroadwny, New York.
|S/" SATWFACfOKT QVABAHTIB 01
TBI. gl
42«iwlyr.
Giiiud Aijaiiist
FALL
&
WINTER
la Ohio $4-"!i ,-v.ti k:s
In Wi-wnstn... t»:
In Kentucky... •2o4.o,' 40
In Mi--ouri as:...MS o4
In low a A Minn. 1(11 4'
In I'enn. ft Va .'II ..V'-'i s
ill--.-- I: I 1 .111-1 Ai.il
virtue- w hs li stir
iiesiM Hie-, and that the
-ic-in of all men. Tliey
but powerful to cure
tiluillate the vitalitetlvilli's of
the IhhIV. remove tin- ob-tructHMis of Its organs, purilv
the blood, mid expel disease. Tln-v purge out the foul
humors which breed and grow ili-teui|ter, stimulate
sluggish or disordered organ.- into their natural action,
and ini|iart healthy tone with -trengtb tothe wholes
b-m. Not only do they cure the even day coniplauits of
every body, bnl al.-o iot instable and daligerou.- ili-ea.se
llial have batlbil the Im-si human skill. While they pro
duce |iowei fill elli-i-ts. they are ut lin- same lime, in di
lutliislml dose-, the sale-t and l«-st phy-ic that can 1M
cinploywl lor children. Ileing sugar loate.i, they are
|tk- isalil to lak** and being purely vegetable, are free
fntin any risk of harm. Cures have Ihi-ii tirade which
suriiass belief were they not substantiated by men ol
such exalted (to-ii ion and character as to forbid tlu
suspicion of uiitruth. Main einineiit elei gytueii and ph}'
siriaus have h'ld their names ti- certify to the public the
reliability of my reiniilsis. while others have seta me ibe
assurance o| their IXHIVM IKHI that my prc|taralions coo
tribute iiutiieusely to the relief of my attlicted »uUiring
fellow men.
IoutAll
h. fric­
tion raeaived on balls. v4
W. CROSBY,
V.
Bridge Builder,
WOULD
retjpoctfnlly invite the attention
of the public to hi* improved
Plank Bridge,
Ih-Lattice
which cannot
stit|aM4cd
in strength, dura­
bility and economy of ntru tin*.
ALL BRIDGES WARRANTED.
In regard to his work, hix promptness and
reliability, he reH|x-ctfully refer* to the follow
ing gentlemen Hon. l/canl«r (.'lurk, Toh^lo,
Iowa It Smith and it. K. ilankinwui. Ituck
inghain, lama county, Iowa O- W. I^evalley,
Marvin Roeves, and C. T. Smeed,of Waverly,
Aiidreus the undersigned, ai Toledo, Tama
county Iowa or at Waverly, Rremer comity,
Iowa. F.W.CROSBY.
February II, Mil. Ttt
mm
FIRES,
KY
CHOICE INSURANCE
WITH (UK
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual.
I'ORMKR CASH CAPITAL,
S i 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alisuluti- aii'l I'liiinit.iired.
Capital iticreused Dec. 27, 1859,
$500,000!
Promt ('apilal,
$1,500,000!
Net Surplus, $942,181 27,
And the prestige of forty viais »uce^8 ud
exiH'rii-nce.
Of
of 12,000,000
IOSRCSUpwards
have l»een paid by the JCtna Insu
ranee Company in the p:ut forty year*.
The value of reliable Insnrnnce w ill
Ik'
appa­
rent lmiu the follow ing
Losses Paid by the i£(na
During the past five yean
In Michigan....$1M,MS 81
In Indiana 14A,f*3* Ml
iu inois 44S,:.-.'7 41
111 Telilie-see.. 97,55'J "JI
It! Kan.k Neb. 19.W45 77
In Ark A ti "JS 'I-J5 till
,iua i.i.',4l-J IS
accepted at terms consistent with solvency
and fair profit.
Especial attention given to Insurance of
DWELLINGS ANI) CONTENTS,
for terms of one to five years.
The solid service long and *t:occs*tiilly tried,
and the many ad vantages tlie .Ktna Insurance
Cotnpanv poescsscs in its line, should not be
overbMiked by those readv to insure aud un
derstanding their U-st interests.
luiiiio stringent times the neeesnity for
reliable Insnrancc -comes un imperative duty
tlie ability of property owners to 8u»tuin
Iteilig then tnileh lessened.
Agencies iii all the princi|ul cities and towns
throiiohout the State. Policies issued without
delay, by any of the duly nuthoiized Agents
of the Company.
Buiine** attended to with Di*pateh and Fidelity.
G. R. (J. RKINIUKR, Agent*.
Charles City, Floyd
2:4m3
FVr Reatorlnp *raj- Hair to its original color
w.thout dyeiug, ami \ti.tiug tlie Hair from turning
gray.
Kor Prrvrntlng Italdneaa, and curing It. when
th. 1.-1-tin-U-a-t partu i o! vitality or rei^uperative ener
niaiiiing
Fur Itrmovlng *1 nrf and Dandrwfl^ and all
CI.I.i iti. .[ It-- ai|.
Fur Ih-autlf'yliiK llu- llnlr, ini|uiting to -tan
Ulieqiialle.l glo-s ml luilliani y. making it soil and silky
in its texture, and causing it curl readily.
Tin- great celebrity ami tin* incicasing demand for this
uiHipialt.-d pri'i^iraii.HI. COIIMIICI- the proprietor that one
trial 1- only iieco--ary lo sati.-fy a disc-rning public of
lis su|« rior i|iialitn--over any other prc|iar»tioii at |tri**
ent in u.-e It cleanse-the heail and scalp from dand
rull and other cutaneous diseu^-s. causes the hair to
gmw luxuriantly. ami gives it a rich, solt, glossy and
dtxible ap|H-aralice. and also where the hair i- loosening
and thinning, it w ill give strength aud vigor lo the roots,
and r.-lore the growth lo those |iurt.- which have ticiximc
bald, causing it to viel.l a In—h covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ludics an.l gentlemen in New
York w ho have had their hair restored by the ie« of
this In\ igoralor, when all other preparation- had filled
L. has 111 hi- |to--cssi..u letter^ innumerable testifying
to lb. above tai l-, fr.-in |h rsoii- of the highest re-fiecta- i
bihtv. It will etlectii.illv prevent tin- kair fritm turning
Only Twenty-Five 1 inta
pi-r bottle, to bo had al all resi«-cUilde druggists and per
funv-rs.
I.. Miller would call the atli-iition of Parents and Guar
dians to the use of his Iuvigorator, in cases win-re the
ehildrcii.-'Hair inclines to is- weak. The use of it lays
Ihc foundation tor a gmst head of hair, as it removes atiy
impiiritie- thai may have become connected with the
scalp, tie- removal of which is necessary both lor the
health ol the child aud the future a|tpcaralicc of its Hair.
action—None genuine w itliout the far simile l/M'IS
MII.I.KK being oil the outer la|.|ier also, I_ MIMJuK'S
HA IK INVH 0UAT0I«. N Y. blown in the glass.
\t'h..le-iil- |)c|».i.5* IN y St. an.l sold l.y al! the |i
pail Mei -liaiiLs and Druggist- throughout the world.
1 literal di.-cniiiit lo pui chasers by the quanlity.
1 also divire to pre-ent to the Amcrictin I'uhlie my
New and Improrrd Instantaneous
Zjlquid Salr Djr©
whidi. alter years of .-ci.-ulitie .perini -idin^ I have
broiiL-ht 1 pcri'c tin It d.\Ilia, k .-r limw n n. i.nitly
auhoi.i injury t" the Hair or .-kin uorranlui Uw boat
article of Uie kind in .-M-t.-in'e,
Price, Only SO Cants.
Depot, 5t I ley Street, New York
NOTfCK
HUTCH INS
Mr Ttiloviil Vnn-infinn J„l,fi lh-roiupuiiy luive ilii|Hirt.-d from Kun.js a .1
.lin tion af
I! ire «fc 11118,11(1 WaVlgtlOll lllSKS -ii|K-nor |«.rcetiiin g.H, |-. Iiniiula. turnl U Iheir own or
iter, which tlwy seil al n-t |irit es.
Iom
Co., Iowa.
PR0TTPS0U L. MIR.LEIFS
Hair Iuvigorator.
AAr EFFECTIVE, SAFE AND ECONOMI
CAL COMPOUND.
«jrl
Awisnic's Notke.
in hereby given, that whereas
Benjamin F. Cheney and Anson H.
liraikett, jmrtners under the firm name of
Cheney
v
«i: Brackett, of St Charles, Floyd coun­
ty. State of Iowa, did ou the 18th day of
Deccmlier, A. 1. 18-V7, make and tile in the
Rocordcr's ottice of said county, a general as
signment of their property for the U-netit of
their creditors, and also assumed to pay the
debts of the tirm of Cheney & Stinson of said
Kt. Charles to Albert L. Collins as assign^.,
and whereas the undersigned iMilo (iill.ert,)
was duly ap|siintiii and ijualified assignee of
said Cheney & Brackct t, in jdnre ./' said A. L.
Collins by the District Court of said county,
at the July Term A. D. thereof, There- ..
fonu, all jud^iuents, notes, aeeoiints and de- ""'J
inaniU whatever due to, or ia favor of, said
Cheney & Bracketf*. Benjamin F. Cheney,
Anson IL llmcRett, Cheney & Stinson, A. I„.
Collins aasi^nee of Cheney Brackett, as
aforesaid, or cither of them, belonging to or Title Bonds,Common Bonds, Subpo nas, W
in any wise pertaining to said trust Estate, Executions, Notes. Bank Checks, Tax Re
must Im jmid to aud settled with the under
signed, who is the only person authorized to
rec«tv« and receipt for the sitme.
MILO GILBERT,
Assignee of 'heney & Brivckett
Char
letter, Jaly in, lwo. tttf
FAMILY MEDICINES..
THK CKI.EIU:AIT.D
Gklden Tlnotui*6
Oil HLXJOII l'l RII'VER,
The Great Medical Di*ec,rery of the lfVA Century.
THIS
iNVAi.CAiti.i: oi MPOCNII, which l« now ere
ating much exciteui. iit in the nieiln iHlrorM and
among .-oine of the most h-nrned in the profession, i«
curing Ihoitsnnds ot timt ciass i oi\ uieis !m«u tha
medical faculty have long sought to ruath, but in vain.
I In proof of its extraordinary curative properties, wt taay
I be permitted to adduce the following
W.isiiiNimis, D. C., Feb. 24,1M2.
I Dr. IT'ltfhln'—Dear Sir I have been rr-qite-ted to glTS
I mv np^wvi iipnn t*ie merits of our Ooldeu Tim tore. I
I have used it lor indigestion, loss ^*ap|»-tite, fcc. with ma
terial henclit. 1 think it a good mt'dsine for purifying tha
bloiMl.iind a aafe and valuable preventative as well aa
cure of i'neaao. Hoping you iriav l/e pro-|ereil in Ut*'
sale of il, lam, sir, your i^etjjeiii -ervant",
DANiF.f. WK.ttn«t:
lie
v. T. F. N'orrls, lato editor of the ltoston tilive Uranah,
wrote under dale of
BOSTON, May 13.186$.
IV. Huli hins hava tiaed vour (Golden Tincture anit
have received more iH-nctlt from it than any mi-dicina I
have tried. Truly yours, K. NVtHKW.
Certiflcatefrom Prof. C. Newton, D.,rrcs*$«f»?if thf
Worce-t.-r Medical College:
WM.
ORCIWTCT, .lunc,
Dr llutchins.PIr As yon wished my opiiilon reniieotinf
your (iotden Tincture. I freely give it—not tliat 1 would ha
willing to lend inv name or in any way give coiiiil.-iiance
to any patent or .-•s-rel nostrum, but having Iteeii mada
acquainted with the formula from which jwir im-ds ine i*
eom|tosed, I may say that I consider it essentially ono af
tlie com)sumUi for which it Is recommended.
Yours truly, CA1.VIN NKWT0N.
The Colden Tincture is put up in large pint hottlaa aa4
Sold ut $1 ,»rt per bottle.
I lute It in*' llcadaelic Pllkb
Tlie-c 1'ili- ar- recomnietnb-,1 solely for the headache.M
Hs various lornts, wliether billions.nervous. iieriiHls ul or
suk headache. For this .itllieiioii.om- of the most disa
greeable tliat llesh is lieir to." the public have lonu de
sired a medicine that would be mild and safe in its opera
tion,and relieve the head without ilebilitaling the Itotly.
Who does not know of the many subterfuges resorted lu
as a remedy and yet thousands ol heads ache on llul a
medicine is now oiiered wluve cure
ot the tifc
adv Is sure and satisfactory.
i'rice 25 ccuts per box, with fill
I directions.
Gwlfrcy'n Dntps
A Su, Cure for the Hc-idaeke.
•pjiration ha- proviil succe-sful In all
In-adaciie. though many others have been introduced. It
Is eoiiqioMil of vegetaliles, and n« deleleriou- |Jant or mad
Ii ine i- inlriHliii-iil into It. It imparl- vigor to the aystem
while the cure is progres-mg.aiid regulates the stomach,
by which process tlie cure is elTecled.
Mr. (eilfrey. now deceased, was a resident of New
llamp-hire. His valuable recipe has ha.- recently heea
i«ircha-iil by the undersigned. From numerous testiwe
nials we selei-t the lollnwmg from iKa A. Wright, a well
Known and worthy citi/.en ol Keene. N. II
Mr. Uodfrey, Sir It is w.tli pleasure that lean rrro—•
-iii-nil tie- Driqis prepHrnt In yon lor the nervous headache.
IIa\ nig lor about ten year- isist been alllicliil with It. and
not having found any thing that gave m- relief I trirrt
vour Drops and thev pave me iiinnediate relief. I took
I le-iii .ilsMit llit ee wn-ks from the lirst of January and have
bet-n free I'mm the headache ever since. I would cheer
Hilly reeoniineiid them to all who may b- aithcied with
llie same complaint. A WRMiHT.
Price ,1ft cents bottle. Prepared by II. Bctcam,
Cheini-t. IVisloii. 1 I-S
A. B. I\ HILDRETH, Agent, Charlea City,
Flut4Co Iowa.
A Novelty in the Art World.
PHOTOGRAPHY UPON PORCELAIN.
SC. al.-' I- .t. Ill III tic
11.. and i
h.i-! -uina,
iti'iui.
THE AM KMC AN
Htotosraphit' I'orcflain Cowpjiwy,
No. 781 Broadway, New York,
having seen-.-,! th,..r n .v .-I a:i-f inj.-in,..,- ,m enlioa hf
American and F.uro|iean patents, are fully prepared
execute all nrd. r- for
Mlnlalurr Ukenesaoa of persona an China,
|tresenting all the attractive and a IvauUig-ou foalureauf
ordinary photograph-, the brilliancy atnl inu-li of a wa
ter color dru«ing. and a hitherto iinatlaiiKil quality ol
durability .by b.-ing reiclcr.il IIII|n ishabl.- as the nat
ural ptojieila-s ol tie- articles 111ton which tln-v arc iratu
I'erred.
As the imtentiil r.s'ess of the Com|ian.v enables tha
reprisliietlon of Photographs, not only on plain surface*,
but U|mhi -ui'li as are round or ol any degree of it regu
larity—furtrails can he reproduced with faultless accura
cy. and delicacy of dehuealioii,
II|KHI
Porcelain wares af
any description and .'.iineu i.-n u»0it »s article# tg l«vt
ry or of housoliuid uniiiy 1,
I'na, Va*». Hri akfflit Cap*, MbC
Ai-tli'li-a, rffr.
thereby securing faithful jiortr.iin aud furui«bing a
1111 1 ie and e\.)iu-ite sty le of oruainetitalHin of ar tic lea
IU llo|||e-llc Use.
In 01 der to I'nrni-h facilitk's for the gratideation of tha
popular t.»-te, and Ut meet the want-, ot ih.»sc |iatrHis af
the Kin.- Art-doirt'iis ot ha\ing I'orti.nt- on Porcelain,
'iiipuny luive iui|H«rt.-d from Kurope
As the American Coin|«my are owners of the patent
right, and musequontii the only perwitis authuriaad la
use lb. jiroces-, tlu-y have de|i-riuiucd, ID f-rder
To affurd Pvople In evcrjr 1
I'hIOII
an opportunity to possess
Portrulta on China,
to iimke the follow 11.l' pio|».silii'n to
Rralitenta In Ihc ountrj-. Mho 1
to vUlt tM-i-Mtnally the Atelier kh4
taalli'i Iio lii !krw lurk.
IVraon-' -'endiiu a ph-.i. -i.,|-t. am'-rolv|e. or ilajliaf
reiKype lo the uliK« »i ilo- (.iiijwu 111 Svm Verk, ac«
)'om|tuiiiod by
Klve Dollars.
will receive in n-turn by express, free of otbar charge.
A richly ornaitii-uti il llrenkfiial ("op aa4
Haater, Mlth tlie itoiiinlt tnuinfriiwl
thereon.
Hy traasaultaic a daguerreotyiH-MHtj
Ten DoUan,
they will secure in like manner.
A handsome French Vaac or Toilet AHklr,
with tie- |«.rtiait r. pi.il.ic.il l.y the |Kitctiled proceaa.
I'y .sending a iMir ol dagu. ri--i"|«-s and
Flfa it Dollara,
they wiU rcceive iu return
A Pair of rich Hevres V$H%
with the |».i lraits cxi'i ut.il equal lo miniature paiutiaga
and, in like uianuer, JH.1 lra can he re|*roducvd on wr
Celalll war
Yaaea of everjr quality of UiiUla,
ranging in pi ice front
1
gray until tile latest rs..i of life and iu i'ims where
the hair has already clialigul its color, the use of ibe I
lnvigofHlor will Willi cerlaiiity restore a to its original I
hue, giving it a dark, glossy ap|tearani-e. As a |»-rfunie
lor the toilet and a II ur U.-loiiilive it 1- |tarlieularly rec
omnii-ii.ted, having an agreeable fia^-raiicc and the
groul laulities !t utlbr. hi ilres.-itig th
hair, which,
Twenty to One Hundred Dollara Uae pair*!
N. II.—IV' particular in wrltU^ tba aditaaaa. la ani
Ciunty and State di-tiuclly.
All letters to be ad.lrest.ed to
M.niaeer. Aiii.-ricau |'hotigraphieDnreelaiaCo..**
7li Kroadway, Maw Ifaek.
MANHOOD
HOW I/ST, AND HOW RESTORED.
Published, in 1 Seeded Envelope.
Aradical
la-ctnre on the nature, treatment an
i-ure of Spcrmatorrhu-a, or Sem
tial Weakness, Sexual iH-bility, Nt-rvousnei
and Involuntary Emissions indiking Impi
tency, and Mental aud Physical laca{iacity
•DOT. J. C1TLVERWELL, M.
Author of the Greett Book, tit.
The world renowned author, in this admi
rable Iy-v-ture, clearly proves from his owu ex
pcrictice that the awful coliseqiienci-a of Kelt
abuse inay lie ertcctunlly reinovetl witliou
inedieiiie, and without dangerous surgical op
erations, Itou-rios, insti rinirs or cordi
ills. jM.iutiug out a iiun
1 tl
... nfessul iu any 1 ...1. .. i..: _/
when inoi-t with the Iuvigorator call be drc-sed ill anv 1 ... •.
ter what Ins condition may lie. may cure him
required form so
or in curls—hence the great demand for it by the ladies
as a standard toilet arlu le w lu.-ti none ought to be with
out, as llie price place.- it wiiluii tin- reach of all, being
pre.serve its place, whether plain
Iiinn-iits.
self rheoidy. prucdi/y and radically. This lc
tnre will prove a boon to thousand*and thoi
sands
Sent under seal to any address, post paid,
the receipt of two postage stumps, by add re
sing Dr.Cha*. J. C. Kline, 1*27 Bowerv, Ne
York. Post Itox v4 17 vi
"GIN
GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGENT,
Tills ilt t.lCIOCS TOXIC HTIMI'LAMT,
ESPECIALLY
:-v''
designed for the use of
Midietd Profession and the Family, hav
superceded the so called (iius," Awn
ic," "Cordial," "Medicated," doham
etc., is now endorsi^l by all of the promit
physicians, chemists, and connoisseurs, as
seeing all of those intrin*ir luedictl .^tiali
(tonic and diuretic,) which In-long to ai
and fare Gin. Put up iu quart buttles
sold by all druggists, grocers, etc.
A. BINlNKiKR &
(Established in 1778.1 Sole Proprie
No. ly Broad St., New Y01
For sale by D. S. BARNES & CO., No
Park Row. New York.
Otu lung experience and familiaHty
the rei|uirement of Drugglr.ts, and our s
ior biihincM lacilities, enable us to fin
them with choice Liipiors lor uiedkiuui
.i1
.""i-
-.»aj
"M
\Di
col 1 ure at oiicc certai
utferer. no mat
n,| cirei tual, bv which every
Olvl I
UlaiikK.
ALL
the various Blanksin general use,
as Deeds, Mortgages, Attachment B«
Ionises, Clerks Certitkiatcs, Articles of Ai
ment, Marriage (Vrtilicatcs. Nuturali/.
»1 H-rs, Bill and Letter Headings, lb'ceipt^
&e. &r., constantly on hand and fo saN
printed at shoit notice, by
r.
A. B.
WLPRETl

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