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Fever and Ague,
from which mankind suffer over a largo oart rf
HK globe, I* the conaequcnre of diaeaaed action
In the system, in«htee«l by the polaonons miom
of vegetable deny. This exhalation la orolred
fir the action of solar heat on wet soil, and risci
with the watery vapor from It. While the son la
below the horiion this vapor lingers near the
earth's surface, and the virus Is taken with It
throng!! the I'tng* Into th* blood. Tt»w it
•a an irritating poison on the internal vlsrem
and cxcretiog oritni of ti»« body. The liver In
comes torpid and foils to secrete not only tli»
Tim*, but also the bile from the blood. Both
th« virms and the Ml* accumulate In the circa la
Son. aad wodace violent constitutional diaoroer.
Tha iplMB, the kldnqrt, and the stomach iym
pathixe with the liver, and tiecome nliuiiwiu
alio, finally, the Instinct of our oiganmn, aa
if In an attempt to expel the nxlotMlnfMlon,
concentrates the whole blood of the body in tat
Internal excretories to font them to cast It out.
The blood leaves the eurfaee, and rushes to the
central organs wiih congestive vtolence. This la
the C'HIM.. Hut in this effort it folia. Than the
FEVER follows, in which tho blood leaves the
central organs and rashes to the surfhee, aa It
In another effort to expel the irritating polsom
through the other great cxcretory the skin. In
this also it fail: and the system abandons the at*
tempt exhausted, and waits for the recovery of
strength to repeat flic hopeless effort another day.
These are the fits or paroxysms of FEVKH AND
AGCB. Such constitutional disorder will of
course undermine the health if It la not removed.
We have labored to find, and have found,
antidote,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
ntfrh neutralizes this malarious poison In tha
tilOOd, stimulates tho liver to expel It from
the
IHXand
IV.
As it should, so it does cure this af­
flictive disorder with perfect certainty. And it
docs more, or rather does what is of more ser
vice to thoso subject to this infection. If taken
in season it expels it from the system as It is ab
sorbed, and thus keeps those who use it free from
Its attacks keeps the system in health although
exposed to the disease. Consequently it not oulv
cures, but protects from, the grunt variety ul" af
fections which are induced hv this innlignAnt
influence, such as Kemittent Fever, ('kill Fever,
Dumb, or Masked Ague, l'eriodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache, Ililious Fevers, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness, Toothache, Ear
ache, Catarrh. Asthma, l'alpitations, 1'alnful Af
fections of the Spit-en, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis,
and l'aiitful Affections of the Stomach and Bow
els, all of which, when arising from this cause,
will be found to assume more or less the intermit
tent type. TIum"Auur Cluk"removes the cause
Of these derangements, and cures the disease.
Tins it accomplishes by stimulating the excre
torks to expel the virus from the system and
these organs by degrees become habited to do this
their office of their own nccord. Ilence arises
what we term acclimation. Time may accomplish
the same end, but often life is not iong enough, or
Is sacrificed in the attempt, while this A
CURK docs it at once, and with safety. We have
great reason to believe this is a surer as well as
safer remedy for the whole class of diseases
which arc caused by the miasmatic infection,
than any other which has been discovered and
It has still another important advantage to the
pafcUc, which is, that it is cheap aa well aa good.
PREPARED BY
DR. J. C. AYER &CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
fuel OXE DOLUI KB BOTTMb
Ayer's Cherry Pectoris
kaa won for Itself snch a renown for the cure of
•very variety of Throat and Lung Complaint,
that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount
the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been
employed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do mora
than assure the people its quality is kept up to
the beet it ever has been, and that it may be re­0until
lied on to do for their relief all It has im fcaen
1 lo do.
Ague Cure.
TUB SMMEDT
tat
•ale
eras or
v
ttarmittent Anr or FewrftzuTifiM,
Ernnittent
F«vw,
Chill
FMV,
Dumb
Ague, Pniodieal Headache, or Billow
Headache, and Biliout Ferert indanl
br tho whole Class of Diseases orifi
Wtiiif in biHary derangement,
Vj the Malaria of
Ko
remedy is louder called for by the ae-
ceaaitiei of tho American
people than a awe and
cure for Fever and Ague. Such a remedy
we arc now enabled
to ofl'er, with a
perfect cer­
tainty that it will eradicate the disease, and with
assurance, founded on proof, that no harm
can
•rise
from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this die
order must
be
nities where
of immense service in tho commu­
it PRO ail*.
than cure, for flic
Picctntion is better
patient
escapes tiic risk which
he must run in violent utuuk.s of this baleful
distemper. This "OIUK" CXJIELS the miaa
lnatie poison of
FKVI.K AND
AOI
system, nnd prevents
disease,
if taken
monitory symptoms. It is not only the ocst
remedy ever yet discovered
for this class of com
plaints, hut also the
chcsijK'st.
tity
we
It within tiic
rich.
EXPELS »fie
AT once
no
'L'he large quan­
supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every
body
and in
where FTVKK AND
IK prevails, everv body
should have it, and use it freely, L*th for cure
and protection. Jt is liojx-TL
reach oi all—the poor as well as tho
A great
snjieriority
of this remedy over
•ny other ever discovered for the s|eedy and
certain cure of Intermittent* is, that it contains
no
Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces
B0 quinism or other injurious effects whatever
upon the constitution. Those cured bv it are
left as healthy
A* if tltey
ease.
I
had never had iho dis­
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence
of the
miasmatic
jxiison,
orders arise from its irritation, among which are
Keurulgia, Rheumatism, iout, Headache, Iilind
•ess, Toothache, Karuclie, Catarrh, Asthma,
L'alpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen,
Hysterics, L'ain in the Dowels, Colic, Paralysis,
mad IHraiigcmcnt of tlie
tvpc,or
pwisoii froiu*tho
qaentlv
cures
districts.
If
exposed
blcxxl, and conse-
tl«
all alike.
ble protection
or
It
is an invalua­
taken occasionally, Fr daily, while
to the infection, that will be excreted
from the system, and cannot accumulate in suf
ficient quantity to RIJX n into disease. Hence it
Is
even more valuable for protection
•ad few will ever suffer from
ttuin cure,
Intennittents. it
they avail themselves of tlie protection this rem
«4Y affords.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
All THE RJV08IS OF A FAMILY (Witt
arc so
composed that disease within the ranee of
their action can mrely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties search, and cleanse,
and Invigorate every portion of the human or
ganism, correcting its diseased action, and re
storing its healthy vitalities. As a
of
aimple and inviting.
Not only do they cure the every-day
plaint* of every body, bat abo many for
Ue and dangerotu illaeaaea.
1'lte
IN
and Morbid Inaction of tht
mUnry, Lost of Apatite, Jaundice, and other
kindred complaint*, arising from a low state of
the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled Dealers with
•one other
pill they make more profit on. All
fbr
ARSB'S 1'IU.s,
by IU uro WHEN once tried, its
what
antidlki
DAN^EITIUS^JLV-CTIOIIS
that are
IKH-II
failed and
friends by cvi-iy
alHleted
Rail Roads.
Dnlmqne & Nlonx City R. R.
On it nil *fler Suidnj,
run as follow#
tR«IVH Hovnio
i 'vmr Kalfas
Waterloo...
Kaym®d
Jcsup.
Raymond....
Waterlnn
MI
Arrive at (cdar Fallt
V, IMS, train will
tPaaaM^Br. 4k
•.•aoa.B...
9M
IM
»26
inl-i«"tnlvn®*..,,....,. .l#!0a n
Wintlirnp 10SH
IbmnrlM..,,,
WeifM.
Mtr.i.
.11
jH
Mancbaetar 11:4*
Mwww c«om.
Karlvllla
I^RivlUt
•twarth
hiteta
Jatteti
%m*. a.
....13:10" *:1«
... .waa ...... tM
.... i.-oor. t:U
.... 137 3.62
,.. 1-42 4:16
.. 2:00 4IW
,...2:20«
Arrhra it Itabaqae
THAim wmm mwn.
iMve IHlh*K|«!
....3300 0:00
Paaaettgar. k Freight.
.... IMr.a 1140 a.m.
Julien .. ....11»0
Teorita 9 22
Kpw-ottb 9:4ft .. ... .12:18
Farley .. ......lf»«»t .. .. 12 :.'UI
llyersrllto 10:45 .. .... 1K"1
Fjtrlville ..... Ili1k«« .. .... las
IV-lawarc- Center.. 11:4ft .. .. .. 1:47
Manrhst-r 12:24 A.M.. .... 2:25
Mas»iuvilk ...... .... 2A4
Wiuthn.p .«.••• .. .... :t:l'S
ludeiwn.lence.. ... •••Wf .... 3:57
Jesstip ...«»* .. .... 4.32
5:0ft
6:30
5.-00 6:00
minate* at Mancbatter
The train mnvingsast stofM
fiT refreshment-.
fif rNNK«THvi.—Stapes lejivf Karlvilli1 on the arrival
if Hie e,tr* fr-mi ihe mi Tue*l«vs. Hiiirs^tayx and
Aitiinl.iv-. tor Mi nvlerry Ifirn-h r^'fc, l-'llNctle.
Wc.-i linori. !••. .r.ili nti'l St. I'mil ami fnim Mioieliesiler
mi Moii'layy. Wiilnciwlays aul lYiUav« for Strawberry
I'oiitl ami tin- north.
-leave ftxlar Falls daily fi»r New Hartforil. A|-
I-I.III'I drove. Arkley, llardin City, low* Kulls,
.Xhtrii. Waller. Wi
H-t.
itY. K«rt |to«lpe arxt
SWHIX
OHy
I.-ii, fur Jam -ville, Wavi-rly, Syrneuae, Nastnm. Ilra«fflurd.
St.Charles City ami Mitine-tn.
(•WWIK YOl'NG.Snp«rMtwlnt
J. A. PUrro, General Freight aad Ticket Agent.
LAKE SHORE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
OVwill
CB
AND AKTER Mon.tny, N»venil«'r •, 1(W1. Trains
Innvi- thr lejH-t, corncr uf Florida and Barclay
Streets, as follows:
Miltrmtlet if Ckieago Railroad Lint
tVillleave Mil* jukee. from KtorWa «tro*t, for Chic»RO
nnl inn-rmi' liati- ^Uitii-n-^. n« 7.tn A. M., and 1 ,«0 I\
r«'-iviii(.' |i,i-i.-i-ii|n-rs I'rnrn Maiti-on, Janoiville and In
t-rin-'-liaii- stations fhu
Milwaukee and MissisHtppi Railroad,
AIJVl f*KOH TIIK
Milwaukee
and Water town
Railroad,
TIIK
LaCrosse and Milwaukee Railroad,
AM* THK
Milwaukee and lloricou Railroad,
AT Mil mitKMt, A*t va*
Racinc and Miasiggippi Railroad,
At lUcioe. and connect with ihe atternoon anit tvrainft
mjiresc ir»in« for the K**t. nv«r the Michigan Central
aad Miehigan Mont hern Railroads.
Pas*«o(rer« tiekeiml to CMeaga, Boston, Sew
York. I'hiladelphia. Baltimore.*c., Ac..
KREICHT TRAINS run through to and from Milwaa
kee andChimgo daily, Mndiyi eiceptAd.
Jt»flN' MiMH'V. MaMer of
Trai-|».rt.ith.ii M. 4 C. Railroad.
Chicag*, Iowa
4c
HOT.
Nebraska
RAILROAD.
1 AMD AFTKR NONDAT, Nov. «, 1M0
farther notii r, trains »ill raa ai follows
taauai waar.
Frt.
m. A. n. STATIONS. V. a.
aanr.
Tan*
r. m.
1260 T:4i CWatna, #00
12:1» 9:00 ramancbe,
ft»
6:46
12::« 8:14 Iiw Honr, 6 30
12:50 *«5 Rarnnwa, 1:4*
8:46
«o
lieWill,
rand Monad, lIS
i -oo
4:40
#:l» lalmar. 12.-26 4 '.'3
•:2ft Yankee Run, 12:10 4:13
2:.'i5 •:4S ]oodcn, 11.-M 66
3:M 10:06 ion tirvrr, 11.40 IM
4:10 10J6 M.H-haniCfiville, 10.66 J.flO
4:36 10-A6 |j-bon, 0^0 3:40
4:46 11 AO Ml. Vernon, »9ft tzi
6:10 llfl# Bertram, »:10 3:16
5:45 11M Cedar Ka|*h, t* 1:46
r. u. A. M. A. M. r. a.
Connecting with through trains for Chieafo orer the
Nxon Airl^ueof the Oalena and Chicago In ton Rail
roait. At |tf Witt with for Itarenport. Mi^tw
ketaand Anaraoaa At Yankee Run with MagasforTto
rotito. Onion tlrove wtth Klagw t»r Ti|Snn. At Ijibon
witti Sta*p for Aaamota, At Cedar R.i|i1v with Stage* far
Marion.Vintoin.Waterloo,Oilarf»IN,W»vorlv .St.*hark»
ity—Fort rkMlgc, Marengo, Ft. ItoMnoinc*
.oiunei I Bluff",
Sioux City.
SMITH, fte?.*8e|*.
Cliatno, Iowa, Kor. 20, IMI.
E from
on
the
the development of
the
the FIRST approach of its
pre­
Ealvfed to 64 Columns Weekly!
THE
HOUSEHOLD JOUBNAL,
HIK FAVt»Kin. FAMIl.Y IWI'ER
KOITBO IT
The but Talent
IN
PRONOUNCED
live paper ever
bilious districts,
At.
Printtnl
A great variety of dis­
Stomach, all of which,
when originating in this cause, put on the inter
mittent
ICONIC (K-riodical. This "CtAIT"
IF you
agent
named ia pl«ued to furnish gratia ny Amcrieaa
Almanac, containing certificates of their cores
and direction* for their nse In the following com
|lainta: Cottivenet*, Heartburn, Hmdadu ari»
•ny from disordered Stomach, A'ausea, Indigtatim,
Pain
and take nothing else.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
JO* TUB BAND CUBE
or
Ongfa*. Colds, Tnflawini,
HOST—nasi,
Group, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump
tion, sod for the relief of Consnnptivs
Patients in advanced stages of the
So wide is the field of its usefulness, and so
numerous are the caacs of its cures, that almost
•very LECTION
of country aboundu
rrrry Dtp&TlwtRt!
LIY the TREKS
ple aa the IMIKT
pnhliabed.
11E(HILAR 'OXTEXTS
I'opotarUktHreo, Hmsehol.l Recipef,
T.ie.« nf Fact ami Fk-tion, l:. i|.ie- |..r ihe Wtirkatwp,
New itixetitioiL- li Mn-liaalaa,
.Invenile I 'f|artmeiit,
lie.-h |*roli| -ni«. ke.,
l.iterarv MiM.-llany,
IN^rv
V.M id Mllhie,
lll-tllinie|it»|
llio| ra|iliv,
l'o|iiilar K-=fiy^,
Si leliee allil Art,
I.'iilie-' Work table,
History and Travel,
bliti riuli',
la^liion-
thin price will place
the roueipt
amount.
to immigrants, and persons trav-
temporarily residing in tiic malarious
If
YON
want the paper
1/
you
in persons
publicly known, who have been reatore^ FROM
alarming and
even desperate diseases of
tike
lungN
superior
Jty over every other medicine of it* kind is too
apparent to E*CA|IE OBWRVATION, and where its
virtues AN' known, the public UO LONGER
hesitate
to employ for the DHTRESKIUG
DIMCANIED, H&G GAINED
trial, contV-iredthis
tlicy can
benefit* on the
nevir
MRIBBD BT
PB. 7. C. AYER CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Notice.
Hpiil further noti e
I will
Wifcrlw City
ON Tucwlaya of
traiiaactioti
Bail Roads.
1909. GREAT ft 81*.
Freight and Patsenger Route.
THE
MILWAUKEE & PRAIRIE DU CMEN R. R.
DIRECT ALL RAIL ROUTE
FROM
90&THERN IOWA MXMHES0TA
TO
Milwaukee, Chicago,
St. Loais, and all Toints East and South.
4Train* daily (Sunday excepted) reave Prairie du Chien.
A.on A HIV Arriving at Milwaukee nt 4.H0 P.M and
niiengoat .Ot» 1*. .. ronnerting at
Cbictigodirei-tly with train- for tlie F^t and South.
3
W Vtcirr KXCRKSS. nrriving at Milwati
r, ill, k,-.- nt 4 oVI*:k next morning, making
dir-i 11 "inn-, ti'-n with IHJtroit nnd Milwaukee Railway for
the Kant. Alw arriving »t rhiesco. via MMCVtlt, at
4,4$ A. M-,councctmg with morning triiiun.
CO XX ECTI0NS
Are also made at Janesville for
Bel
oil, Bflriihrr, Fre^ort, Fortnyc City, Fond du
Imc. Orhkonh, Berlin, $-r.
tPf Rivcgnge (lievkeil through front Prairie dn fliien
to Milwaukee, Cltk-ago. anil nil impurt.mt |oiDU Eact.
OMxrnrs TICKETS
At MilirmiJrff and Chirtiijo fnrui*h*\ ijrati* by 0n
dnctort to hi hltm/ thrmnth Ihflrru Tick
et*. \VM. -IE 11 VIS, (Sencml Supt.
Milwaukee and Mississippi
KAILKOAIJ.
1861 3861
Great Transportation Route.
THK MKUCHANTH
And all Btmne** Mm of the Xorlk- Wett
Will save TIME and MONEY by having their
Gootls shipped hy the
Of J) VIOXKFlt HOl'TF. TVA
MILWAUKEE ft PRAIRIE dn CHUOL
THE rot-UIW INC LlXl-" OX TIIK l.AKKS, VIS S
New York ('entrnl llailroml Line,
Buffalo, Cleveland. «nd Chicago Lin4,
Western Tranaportwtion Comj^any, aid
Northern Transportation C'omp(kny
Run in direct connection with this Road, and
all Freight arriving at Milwaukee l_v said
lines, is landed on the Milwaukee an«» Mis
sissippi Kuili'oad lVtcks. If consigned to our
care, it is transferred to thet'ars/wof charge,
avoiding delay and saving shipping charges.
N. R. l'he Detroit and Milwaukee Railway
Company insure all Property across Ij»kt
Michigan, and deliver freight consigned to
this lioad free of charge.
wr 'Hie rates of transportation from Chi
cago to the Mississippi, will be at low at by
any other line. W M. Kit VIS,
IVrw and Favorite
Express,
U. & Mail,
AND
FREIGHT LINE!
Lowest Kates and Quickest Tim
BY THK
DETROIT ft 1BILWAUKQS
Railroad.
In omriection
with the new at
tipjH-r
cabin
kee F-t.,
nteiUiiiing and inatruc-
A li-s-on in French,
A l-»^on in to-rtnau,
Wit
IIIMI
Humor,
Au-wers to Corrf^porxicato,
Uariieiiing an HorticuHure
of ihe Hay.
In the L»E«t
ntaiiuer
weekly-
-aixteen
-very convenient for binding.
cluba
AS follow*
S4.'0
cry *IIL»acriber after that.
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YON
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these properties, the Invalid who is liowed
down with pain or physical debility is astonished
to dud his health or energy restored by a remedy
fa'
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It!HILL A
couutrj.
THE OLDEST
BD0£LJ
and
of the pulmonary organs
iucjtiriit
to our climate. While many
inferior reiuwlie.s tluwt upon the community
have
THB CITT.
WO
lortret. AMI produced
CURES too NUIUCTIMM UND TOO
keep on harxl
»t all times
uiplete «tuek of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We
ra£H
of auch IMAINETIS UA may properly
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F, ISS^
1%
liavt! a
he at my office in
partner
rusiileiit
avalla
hiitiM-LF
ING 1'IUIII
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U
JttllNbtiN,
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tlie New
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erature,
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CO., SO North William
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and Shoe*.
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Boot and Shoo Establishment,
He. 18 Lake Street, Chicago.
at lVwton,
foiltirtss
of
daily (extrpt Sundaya) at
7 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clK"k 1'. M. for Grand
Haven,
contieclinti therewith
4c., and Cleveland Line
^9**Mark
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TI
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I*G«
Sold V»y all news-amenta. Frioe four cent*
weekly, or *eventi'«-n cents monthly parts,
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and cut. Two dollar* a
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Street—W.
Three copies,
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I.
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treal, L!tiHaiti, IUK'hotcr, New York,
Loi
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all FrelKht
YLAD. &M. R. B.,"
Bind save time and Money.
LILHECH
MilwuiUi
I'. 2-)0 F*AT Water
door SOUTH of the
sin St Tunis &
t'o.'a
York and
Street,
WiUker
House 25 Wiaoon-
Periodical Depot and
next
A
& M. R. K. Offices,
ev
door to Miles
Waielmuse.
fi
NKIMFJU,
BecclMt.
J. H. WHITMAN. C.M*-nil Western Afteat.
T1IOMAS HlU»KS,("Uv AI-UT
Freight oftio' Dmk foot of Milwaukee
M. 0RAIIAM, Agent.
W K MI'IU, Oen'L
May
Then
2U, 1861- 24tf.
1 8H9 Arc yon ^roing East 1 803
ae«-tirc tu
kets via the
Oi'THERM
A\n
Lake Shore Eail Road Line.
THE DIRECT UOUTFC EASL-WAUD I
FORMITIK with
iu eonnections the Grant
Through liottte, via
CSeveland, Dunkirk or Buffalo,
To all priucipal points in
Ohio, lVnngylvtiiiia, N«w York, New
England and the Canada*.
&00 A. tf. Day Express Train.
6.30 P. K Nigiit ivxprees Train.
Grand Union Depots throughout the entire
line, in connection, at
with
ItulTalo
Erie
Central Railroads.
at the Company's De|S»t.
FASST II^I-T
II.I»
a
tx
WGC AND
wbu
of the ITARPTIIIA that are OFLFER*
jlliiiiiif
t"»h liuycrt uiid A Xtt.
U'lurerx, now so
freniaiitly uocurring, atulhlii|is
tu
tts
ilaily.
1
Credit Cuttomert
torms as they
can
Ikfon
Y&N, 1802.-MYL
nt
SITJW \ork, ur ANY other Kastern
Market.
UOIHH
°LW Call
Kartker Kad.
IXXKIIM,
and New York
Uunrtom Hlee)»In^ Carit
Accnmpany all flight Express Trains through
U the At Ian tie t'itiiti.
Triuii«( iniieet
at Detroit with Trains of
Honesty the Best Pol ley I
ARK YOU INSURED?
THK
IOW-A. ITT IIAL
Tire Insurance Company,
LOCATKO AT
JUNKN
Ilitv ing dune hmsinesR for the last four years with satis
'lu
lint! to iM nH-tnl»er!«. that |*'rt--t indemnity agninl
anl
at
home.
Tlie om|«ny poiieie* on farm property for Ave
years for a ra-h premium of $1 ttw upon ea Slot) in
gureil thr«r veur^. 75 ei-., two year* 50 eta. withfl^i
|tr
J*IH
v .mil survey fee, without any premium note or
Other oMifiition.
The low.i mutual is dentineil to tveeome the strongest
anil nio-t reliable company in the State. It already em
braee- anvmg its member* the t»nt farmers and pronil
Oeru liu-iness men of the eeuntry.
All losses will be equitably ad
justed and promptly paid.
la presenting our claims to the |«*iple of Iowa, we deem
it a duty, nt the same tune, to i-aution lliem against the
many eoiinterlejt and w ilii-rateoin|«ani. s that «re sending
out agents over the Stat«- fur oo other pur|*N than t»
swunlle every r.-"ii ihat may beerixluluuif oauugh to do
bu-ines. with them.
Tile I
el-mi. at.-
of
the Sis
I .-tat
(how-
thai the
LOW.I Mutual I-
ofliee. The
General Superintendent.
J. LAWLIW, Agent, Trairie du Chien.
March IHh, 18SL
n i
1861. 186f.
CHANGE OF TIMS!
Via Grand Haven Route
of
Passengers,
id powerful
ateain&hip*
"Detroit" and "HUwaakM."
On and after Monday, May 27th,
iJcamphips
1861,
Detroit and
tliit-
I.inc. will
Mil\v itikce,"
letive
of
the
tltak,
l«»ot OF .Milwau­
eoniiot
ton,
the
Grand Trunk Railway, fur London, Hamilton.
Toronto, BRINK ville, Montreal Quebec, »R»T ALL
points in Canada.
Also at lytic with Trains of the Sandusky,
Dayton
andrinrinnati lUilroad,
Bellefoiitaine, Hjiriii^lii
for S.tntltisky,
lil, Dayton and Cincin­
nati.
Also at Monrocville with the Sandusky,
Mansfield aad Newark Kail road, for Mansfield,
Mount
Vernon, Newark, Zitncsville,
ing,
BOJf
&e.
PaMMgcri
ADDRESS iu TBE
v6nl8
WIMJII-
iiigton, and all pt.inls in
J'eniisylvatiia,
Should lie {iat tii itlar ami secure Tickets rk
"Cleveland and PitUliuijr Kailroad."
Through Tick tit by this Direct Routt,
Can l«- obtained «it
till
in the
l'tinci|Ntl Ticket Offices
West and Northwest, and
in
coruer
anil iSherinaii
irtii
of Van Huren
Streets,
uixt aim at the
.. Rt KKIt S111«T. T. It.
•1(111% H. llAlt R, NV'.
(Jeneral
e, 56 Clark Street, under the
Khcrinaii Hou*E.
«FOH I. A MI'HKLL,
(itHi'l
I: li TO.
SMFS. H.H.TM.L
RMTevelaml.
JMTRIL'IWUIIAM.SUFIT t' K. K It. 3EX«HMT
X. \. IIKtlWK, Supl. I! k K. IC It
HI.TT
KKI. M. ti.-n'l I 'ass
ilo
Agent,
hi.
AGM,
-L-rn
IRUVI-IMG AGENT.
JL LI. U.V1UU.
Ciouct ul
.V^EUT, UIUIOID, \. )T,
Wucomtin Book and Stationery Hotm.
TEllllY &~CLEAVEll,
BOOK, MTLOI^ERV,^
A N
SCHOOL BOOK JOHBEKS,
WHOI^8AIX 1KALKUS IM
PAPER HANUlNtiS, CUUTAIN PAPKB,
Shade*, Writing I'ayer, Envdupet, tft.,
167 East Water Street, Mil waukeu. IM*
e i i
tlie
ONLY LEGALLY ORGANIZED COMPANY
in the STAB- and the (Vv|eot
Towa
pnnishable BV fine or
declares it.
STATES, that are in direct violation of law,
iiiipiintty.
A. FRKNCII, of St. Charles Oty, will take ap
|ili-aiiii.s and do busine-* generally for the Company in
Floyd County.
RKRERENCES:
Hon. 9.3. Kmawooo Iowa ClUr.
Marion.Tim Cb.
Hon. N. W. Ianu t.
Hon. WK. II.
IhiMKX
Hon. Jno. F. Hit.to*.
AinitiiKi, Jones Co.
Iiwa tlty.
.Io||\ NII.R^. rrp^t.leiit THOS. UKKKN. Tre.i«»irrr
Mil.Ti»N' HHItit.'S,S*reUiry A. V.. KK II,Geoerul Agent.
St. t'h*rli City. Aii| il.-t "Mtli, 18t1.
Certificate from the Secretary of State.
OFTTCK LV SWUCT I IK .-'TAT*
liK- M"Ik- .III«HVlft,
I
MILTOR DMOO. F*J:
Company hru« lart fllfsl
I'IW.I
»•/V innuratieeeiRII|KIM
AM-crox,
1S»".1
Rear
Mir—Tlie
Aineru
IUI
ItiNuranee
iu Article-, OF |nei in
II.IH ever
tllol
n»r|«ir»liiiii in my ltk"».that Ymirs
truly,
id J.I All SHJ,". Swreta'ry of Stale,
Myt By
MO.
A. B. VAN C0TT,
Agent for the
New American Watch,
THACT A Co.,
BOSTOH.
TLIIA Watch is guaranteed by
£jkt
'I NUY & Co., tI la-
formance under fair uaage, I at all
Appleton,
made of the
LA-st
ma­
terial, on the moat approved principle,
and |X LASESSES every requisite for a reliable Time
Kec|*-r. For any defe in
mat^'rial,
OF per­
i*IA.TsT O-FORTES
Of Hallett & Davis, in LT«M(ton of A. H. ODE
&
Co., in New
York,
and others.
MF.LODEON8,
of Masou & Hamlin, in Uoston.
Sheet Music and Musical Ingtriimenta,
at
A. B. VAN COTTS
NEW MUSIC STORE,
On Main Street, next to
Wisconsin Street.
PIANOS FOR RENT
constantly on hand.
WJJLIFST Prices allowetl for
CHAN^E for new ones.
old Pianos
FN ET-
The
uamed fuctorii
hiy:h reputation
that Pianoa and M«lo|(-ons of the
s
have
INIV
vrainctl
all ovr the Eaat-
ern States, the Medals received at different
Fairs, with the
re|Arts
the
be
resistetl,
wantsof a family simple in its
perfect in its motion, and
Can
LA-
made by
above Machines.
township
and assure
the purchaser of his receiving N sujH rior in
strument, worthy to be patronizi-d b\
tlie pub­
lic. A. II. VAN COTT.
Milwaukee, April
THE NEW ENGLAND
FAMILY SEWING* MACHINE.
PRICE 812.
9mp)r Narhlnt Warranted to fee fuilWI.
t^RN.is
Snp't.
little Miu LT
ine
Durability and IH^IUTV,
UNDEKSKJNED would ri*|i«1fulljf
inform the travelling public thaf he is
Ronning a Weekly Hack Line
Betwewi Waterloo and Nevada, county
MMI
WBEEL-
to
MINED
Pittsburg, Wheeling, Ilamubiiry,
Philadelphia, Baltimore,
T'LIIEAGJ)
No other work rmnn Ma the valae a* a work of ref
erence."
la reliable, w»|nt, and desirable.''
The Rebellion Record,
EDITED BY FHANK MOORE,
I
twirrv, row*.
THK ONLY
ITHLK'ATION
the hint»ry
of
Uovernincnt
I- reference to
in the

a
erime
iinftrisoniuont
for any eomjiany to
do LEIMIUS'S in violation UF our lawn yet there are many
pretim1el i
NM|V»IIIES in our own State a- well AS in other
swindling
the
|KSI||C IOWA out of thou.*aDd.- of dollar* annually with
jieri'-etNT
Tlie evem-eurrinii acciilentsef pro|erty Ix-inn Octroy
el by tip and Iiyhtniiii-. often sw«i'|iin« away at one blow
that which it h. t-ik"ii many year- et u titi-time tnuceu
miilate, rendering fauiilie.- homeless anil h'.mcs desolate,
i-boiiM iftmiiiii-h every fMie1.1 -eek prirtaifion, i-sjicciatly
when protection --iin be ol.taineil fir a trirtini -utn
A. K. Hlt'll, of WV-t I'tiion. our to-neral Ajrent for
Nortlu-rn «a and Mitinrsota, l« duly autlioriz"il toap
pnuit Agents, make assignments and issus |*dicies. A«:
live aireiit-- wnntsl to canviLs- ci ery county. Mi-a with
pood bn-ine-s talents can make the hnslne-s very |rofita
tle. For further particular aiUlress A. K. Hu b, We*t
I'niotl. FaVette ("d.. Iowa.
W
1, 1861. 41
stands confessolly
at the head of everything aow offered to the
public.
I*" In
cheapness, Simplicity,
COMPTT&MW,
IT HAS NO RIVAL.
T%ert is no ctmplicuted MutJiinery to gel
out of order, and rex the Operator.
It is made with
special reference to
the
arrangement*,
ijurablf
iu its |«nts
Any one can understand and work it with per
fect success doinj all kinds of work, from
the finest
mtislin
to
the
coarsest fabric.
£IVE* the best satisfaction where it
It
is
sold, and
all who use or examine, pronounce it better
adapted to meet the MNFE of reerjy family, than
anv other MAT hine now ottered to
the
public.
$5 to $10 per Day,
EN^A^'UITF in the sale of the
Acents
wanttxl in every
lit IOWA. Address the manufacturer,
JOHN }. FOIASOM,
STML Winchemlon, Mans.
WATERLOO AND DES MOINES
THE
and Dunkirk,
IIIXM
aeat
promptly
of
Story County, connectinjr there with aline
for IV* Moiiitw. (Join^ VVest, this line leaves
Waterloo every Wednesday morning, antl ar
rives at Eldora, Hartlin comity, the same day.
Leave* Eldora on Friday and arrives at Neva
da the Kiiitio day. llcturning, leaves Nevada
Kjg'l arrives at Waterloo the same day.
All package* cnh ti&tcd to my care
be carefully
TIN PLATE, SHEET IKON,
Tinners' Stock and*
Lead K*pe, Pump#,
—A/.SO—"'
Mwmt tor Stewart's
S«U tin
lay morning and arrives at Eldora pr^iKo^ tmn^r^ks are'ddivt^" with!
the Maine day. I^MIVCS Eldora I uesiuty morn
ing and arrive
will
delivered.
GEO. I'EUKINg.
W. S. BROWN,
[Suooeasor to Sidney Sheponi,]
N#. 189 East Water Street,
Milwaukee, Wis.,
Wholesale Dealers in
HEAVY AND SMLF
lfATtDWAHK,
celebrated
which gives
the great
(STRUGGLE for
now going
Fire
lightning in tierur«"l I" them, with aver
Members, and |4'i,(IWMlO t'«»h AaacHa for
|iaying lua-ieji, j%nvl tin claita-^ agatnt Ihe oiu|*any, Willi
a «i»illy in'r«'auiiig 1'iisinewn, it now nti-M the only
•ham e (or the |ie»ple of Inwa to insure in a safe and re
tponsif'K! R«iri|win
It
Free
on. It ia
FULL, IMPARTIAL, AND RELIABLE,
A Rccord which the Courts, the Department*,
and the Prcs* ipiote, aa
The History of the Times,
GREAT REBELLION.
IT CONTAINS.—I.,
The onuses of
of£tate atta
heil
the great
bek»w,
form of
a Diary, a oonciae,
succinct and truthful history of every event
as it occurs*
III.
Document*, Speeches, Extended
Narratives, &e.,
Contfetanz
of all the
OHirial
tles, SkirmishcK,
laiti:ITINES
REPORT* OF D*t-
&C M« -^SJI^ES
ivml
L'uitci States,
I'POO-
Tf the l'rcawlent
ot
TIN
Sperial Orders,
&c.,
«tc., &c.
Graphic Aocounta of the Movement* of Troops,
Important Speeches
AND Letters from
ding Men, North
Len­
ami
South.
Picturesque Narratives (from eyc-witneases) of
the Great
1
tat ties, Secession
Ordiuanoes,
Messages, Proclamations, Ac.
IV.
Rumors, Incidents, Patriotic
Songs and Ballads.
Illustrated with correct Portraits ENGRAVED
8teel.
of the Notable Men of the Tiiae,
aud
with MAPS
and
DIITKIAMB
the
THE REBELLION RECORD
Is ptiblisbitic in Po
my
Mutual Kire LU-iinuieer(wiratii'II
T'oinpttiiy la
ts, T»acli Part
SK'ith TWO tine
ttia
Arlft lej «T IN
•ktwrta,
M. !AVW, Itrpotjr.
illustrated
Portraits
."»0 tents IEH.
ALSO, IN V0LDM1S.
with Copious Index,
conptbta
Volume.
NOW READY,
TOLUMES ONE, TWO AND THRU.
Bound in
Cloth, at
$3,7R»
Half
each Sheep, $4T00
Mormfo.
or Half Calf An­
tique, $5,00 each.
Hold
iNEW EDITION,
exclusively by Canvassers and A cents, is
now publishing in ntimliers at
®Q®
Agents
timca hold
tnys«'lf responsible. Many applications were
made lately for said Watch—-the first lot hav
ing been sold in a very ahort
time.
I have
just received a quantity of them in all differ
ent desirable CASINTRH and offer them to the
public at very low figures. Alao a great dis
play
2» cents
each. Kach numla-r
illustraletl
with a portrait on
steel.
wanted,
to whom liberal
missions will be given.
00CS
Copies of the Rebellion Record, in Farts or
in Volumes, will be sent, free of expense, on
receipt of
Price. Kent in registered letters,
the Publisher will be responsible for
tances.
all remit­
Chilis will he supplied at tlie following
rate#:
Five copies of each volume in semi-month
ly
numlters or Monthly Parts, to one
ponsible, and in current funds.
G. P. PIHNAM,
I
of the musical JUDGES,
together with the opinions of the most dis
tinguished Pianists and Musicians, and that of
tin- Press, present a weight of t«stimony in
their iavor thut
address
or separately $12.00
Ten copies 32.FH)
Remittances must Le sent in registered let
ters, otherwise the Publisher will not
he
res­
Publisher,
532
C. T.
ltroadway,
New York.
EviM, General Agent.
W
EUS CONDITTONTJ'
GERMAN POWDElt
TH K. CKl.K.Iin ATKO
OESHAN PANACEA
T"I all DITTOA*"'* of
Harses, Cattle, Mnles and Skaap.
S WELLS' 0. C. POWDER
Will purify the blood, loosen the skin,
W remove fevers, excite
the kidneys aud
C£ 'strengthen the LNALY.
Very useful IN loss of appetite, stiffness. J{
R* founder, coughs and colds,
R" veil
jw
tlistcniper.) pj
water, inflammation
of the
eyes,
injunes from hard work or fast
s iatehes, CAN be

»1(MS1 is
piitiliol
driving,!
DISI-IIM S of the skin etc.
HIG-hejul. JMILL-evil, fistula,
V.
grease and
cfle
-tuallv cured if the JJ2
with the Powder,
'priqa-r apj»lieations
ami
mtale.
V?
Cows will give a larger quantity AND
U-tter
tpiality
of milk teams will work)
ZI with ease ANIL ret.tin flesh sheep will 2
improve
in tlet
and wool and
al! ani-|
jmals at all seasons will be greatly IM-I^
prove by a free use of
WKIXS GWtMAN (HNHmON lt»WPER.
And their stock in fat. smooth and thrif
s ty. Ever safe. Always ust fiil. Try it.
if not entirely satisim torv ^ffer a thor
ough trial. to tin- Azcnf and ^ret
8
50,000 PACKAGES SOLD
TIM' last
y«IR MEL M*-r e than
9.1410,000 NrvmI to the fiirrhufri,
YOUR MONEY BACK.
No other I'owder ran compare aft«l
with this. The inventor w is a thorough
ly KHIIH-SIUII
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Ami it is the vet v perfection of a H0BBK
AND CATTLE MEDK INK.
Ai. Writs, Proprietor, ('tilra|fn, tllT
and soltl by dealers generally.
fW sale by A, it i\ UlLDlUmi,
Charles City, Iowa.
PRINTING- AND BINDING
ESTABLISHMENT,
Caloric Muiltttng, Court Avenue,
DES MOINES IOWA.
MILLS J1 COMPANY
fManic Book Manufacturers and Book
Binders,
Furnish Counties with all Hooks
out ex|M'iisc to piirchase-r. Magazines, l'eriod
icals, Bibles,
So.-.,
re-botind.
MILLS BROTHERS,
Printers, Publishers, Stationers,
Engravers, etc.,
Furnish any kind of Printing on short notice
ami enuul iu quality to any Eastern work.
County Court, Notarial & Lodge Seals,
Furnished at Lowest prices.
School & Miscellaneous Books,
letter I'a|ier, le^ral Cap ami t'oniiuercial Note
1'Hpci, Knrlw|H-s, (iold Tens, 6tv.
Sulc A'jtwy in Iowa, fur
W. B.
Toola
and Pressed
Oooking glove
I will be Khvd to furnish price lists to any
one wishing them, aud would respectfully ao
licit the Ittteiitioo uf Iowa
Aj»ril
I,
1861.-14)|«
Dodil*
St
Damp, Fire, Powder and Burglar Proof,
Woe
from $75 to $1,500, according toslae
ami at rangciueiit.
nt, and X1 lutva Supreme Court Report*,
Price $ i,()o, ly mail $4,50.
Also
of
publislierg
XkiUM,
the
IOWA SCHOOL J0URHAZ.,
Editid liy Tliouias II Ikxiton, Jr., Secretary
of 8tat«- lloartl of Etliuatiori. Price, $1 a year.
Dm
Moines, Jan.
Household Journal, VoL I
4 40 l.urni 4 imrtn P«g«a.
IIK first volitine of the HOUSKHOLD
Jol'IlNAJ,
IK
PROFESSOR L. MILLER'S
Hair Invigorator.
AjV SFfJSCTlVE, SA FK \XP BOOlfOM
CA tI COM rollX1K
for ReMovliiK tJin) flair to it* nrtfttial eolor
witliotji ilM-iti-. .tint |*ie \I'lititi^ the llair from turning
Kor Pri"v« ntliifc Itatilitcaa, and enrinp it. when
theie
I-
KV
It appeals to the intelligence of every (ntixrn. I trial is orilv neecssarv to satisfy a diseernini! ptildk- of
ltv
lie ie.i-1 |MI ii I. .'I k ilaiity oi rerup.T.itivc enef
retnaitunir
Kor tte»tovli«K Hrurf and Daairaff, aad all
cutaiieiti- itltei lion- of Ihe S alp.
Far RenatlfyiitK thr ttnlr, impartlne to It an
unequalled jrlos- and brilliancy makiui! It soil and silky
in it- texture, and eausini it rnrl reaiiily.
The preat c-letirily atei th«' ltirreasiny demand for llii?
iin'i|ualU-d pre|sir ition. eonvinee the proprietor that one
everv person can be fairly *UI«-RH*.|.I»IITI-»\er .o.V .JTHER |.ro|«ruti..I.
truthfully posted UP"in relation to thin "ROIL 'LN!R"..TH.-R I'-IAWT'IE.!,,- .HM-IS.-',' E-IUES THE
strnjriile and the great
iaMaea
IX-tore the country,
Edward Everett.
11.
A Diary of Verified Events
Commencing with the
'Nwilt
York w lie
by
INC» tinjr of the South
Carolina Convent jon.
givinji
Decemla*r
L?th, 1860,
IIH.I.-rapid
istx in
edt e
it
in
HI
SOIIII-
and
Blanks
necessary in transacting County lu»iii6SS.
Books iniule to order, to any di-sirt^l |iatteni,
with or without printed linwlinu's.
Sehiml listri Is furninhed to order with Ac
count IVKks, Uecords, Teachers' lU-KUters, &c.
fsf in all ivises where it tain lie done liy-the
The flrsi
li.-ln-l
Co.'8
8alNi9
NOW ready, IWIUINK the
nioht e\traor-liuary volume ever puMinliutl
(price $1.25. Send for circular, with IM of
conteuU, to A. liarthill & Co., New York.
IN11R IN
({row tiixitriiinlly. anil t'ivt'.- it a rn-li, *ol't. ^.nnl
tli'\il»l»- a|i|M- cr.iin'«'. nnil where the hair t- li»s-iiln|!
ami tliiiiiniii: n will give ftrj-iipth »ml vicr t" tlie rma-i,
and re-tore tlie
tntln»Me i«irts
halil. e.iii-inK it In vieM i tre*li tuviTintr nt liair.
Tln-n- nr* litimlre l-i of lt»ilie
I
HIH
hnv-II.-III
gentlemen in Xew
tlteir hair r»'«lirei| l.y tlie ii.je »f
tills Inviyoratiir, wlieii all other |Hi'|ar itMHi- hull filleil.
U M. hue- in In- im-.-esstnn li-tti i inntiniernMi' t'-stitymc
to the alMive tact-.
I'inm )ier"ii~
liility. It will
I'llei
the Inuhi st re-|» et.»-
tnally prevent the *uY finm turning
ffratl until the latest tieritil 'l lile alut in ca.*es where
tin- leiir hit-1 aires (y ehatigeil it- enUir, the n-e I i.•
Invi^oi'Hter will wit it e.t tamty re-tore it k il iriatnal
hue. 1! I villi it a dark. Klosv apiM-nrniiee. A« a perfntue
tor the toilet ate) a llair Restorative it is particularly fee
onuuetiileil. having an ajireentile frn.sranee anil tin
jjr«-«t fiieillti!'-- it allitiil in dressinu
IIh1
hair, wliieli.
w hen inni.-t with the liiviconitiT an he ilri^seil in any
reqnireii form o as tn preserve II- place, whether plain
t»r ill enrl-—In-lieethe (,'reat ilemaliil for it Ihe ladies
a a st.inil.ii'! toilet article which nolle might to he v» illi
out, as the price places it within the reach ot nil, heinu
ONLY L*w»ntjpPlT» Cents
ppr 1
Kittle, to be lutd at all resjxx.-ubk' drsggtota U4 p#r
flutters.
I.. Miller would call the attention of IHtrwU tin.1 Rnar
dians to the use K lii-i liiviL'iirator, in cases where the
ehililren*" Hair inclines to tie weak. The u-e ot it lays
tie- foundation for n ii'x*l hea lot hair, as it retnnve- any
inipiii itie-that may have liccniue eoimwtiil with the
scalp, the removal "f wlm li i- ne"esary both tor tlie
health of the child nnd the future np|ieanince.nt it.s Hair.
r.oTtov—None penuine without the f«r simile l.oi IS
Mll.l.l-.lt heiii^ on the outer rapper also, I.. .MlIJ-Elt'S
HA IK INMt oKAT'M5. N. Y.. blown in the nla«s.
tVhelesaie |i|Hit, 6ti m-y St. ami sold l.y all the prlnci
pal Merchants ami ltritv'tftsts tlironnhout tin- world.
Liberal dlsemmt ti purchasers l.y the quatititviv
1 SIIHI ilivirtTti
present to the American I'uldnlHp
Xetr and Jmprorcd fngtantane»ii
IJLQUID
on
of
Flans
of
Ihittles.
Hair Dye
which, alter years ..f -en-nuii,- e\|«'iiin.iitMii.' I have
br«»U)ilit to jH-rieetmn It je- lllack or Kcowti
without injury to the Il.iir or Skin warntuled lbs btst
article of the km.I in cxi-tem'e.
Pric e, Oalj- 50
OnU.
Depot, 96 Dcy Street, New York. 42yl.
Madison Water Cure.
HIS INSTI I'I TloN is deliKlitl'ully situaled on the Smith
margin ot Uike Metioiia, o|p«^ite atid lull view u
t'itv of Madi-oti. and sullieieiitly removed from the
piihln thoroughfares and luisine*- Im alilies, to insure
listurhed nun to the mvaliil. The grounds, compi ising
alHHit 50 acres, are iH-autilully utiduiuting. Imrdei
JloiiKI. WATKKt I HK RSTABI.ISHMKST,
Where no i!ru |«'isoii will In- a.'niim-ler-d, but the
Cure eondtict'-d
U|MHI-trh'tlv Hyilro|wllii'
The friends of p.itionts. »r |«ersons travelling: for health
or pleasure, ami Kcntlcnii-n P"ing into the country with
theirlamihe-, will lind tins u tine location, with great va
riety of Hmusements mid exeellent accommodation*. An
excellent ltowling Alley has lately been added for the
benefit of patM-nU.
llorses an1 Carriages will be furnished at tho hmtw—
and excellent ftabling ami -.irria«e room, with a rapnhli
and careful groom, i- provided for Ibrise who wi-h to keep
thetr own eonve\ anee. Itouts, guns, and Ashing Lavkle
provld«Hl as required. An e\teu«i\e laundry is connect
el Willi the e-talilishnient. and the liucu uf the iuvalidh
willIx' Wfi-hed whenever de-ired.
I'KICIK
Itnti-irn -I'aiieuts Tor board and full treat
ment. including ordinary atteii.latieeof balh men or
maid, from to
$ln
|«T
I'liiiei-ti.n, lll,,S-|il 20th.
1SS7
DR. AN'N"—Dour .^tr Kin- -.vera I year* pa-t Ilia
itMsd your A^ur Ilnli-iitri in my ilaily iiractiee, and I1.1v
elorely uli-erve-l il.- efli t.- in liut|.lrel»1. tf u~if, ainl
110 caso ban it faih'd to irneur- the mitl li.ij|.y eif. i
1 can m.Mi i li.-erlully riH-iiiiim'iii it u.- a errtain spt^-ine
fur chills. I'.-v .-r uel mjue, ami iiialurmu* li^ *.»..-.
Truly yours. H. Al .-TI.V,
Marshall. Midi Veb. lllli. 1857.
INK. MAN'N k at.:—11111vi*"old itlartie uuiiiuiitof «i
Ague flalfiam in tliix vi-initv. and from iny |HTS
A Novelty in the Art World.
PHOTOGRAPHY UPON PORCELAIN.
)S.. nr. .1 In letter. |uti tit tie t'lut.-l -'t t»ei«,
.1 H.-I«i
r- i n e n
iranee i
'IHK AMKKICAN
,1mTfi .11
Vorrelain (torn
WIOT»RR«IPHIC
Ho. 781 Broadway, New York,
havlttt 'I I In ir it- i 1 and ingenious H»»ent«n»
exivute all order- lor
lUlnlatnri'
I.lhrii«MM
at |ri-H
iliitnl
ranging in
pi
IEE from
HII-
MI.'the
|j»ke for ni'ire ihiin hall mih1, covered with line native
oaks an-1 i-hriililery. and lis- scenery in the s i. lnitv, em
hracitiL' ever) variety of laiidsi:a|K-. lnakes this the n»o.-t
.•iwhuntiiiL' aiid lovely retreat ill the North-We.-t.
The buildings, which are lar«e,elegant and comfort
aM v I urtilsheil, and cai«ihle of aei'omuiiHlutint uhout llA
(Kitients. Iiav'e l»e'ii lecciitly r.-litted in a siyU- tud -ur
iw.ssed In any MlniUre-taMi-hmeiit iu tIn-country. with
the determmntion to establish th^ fure upon a |H rmai»
ent Uasis met make it truly a
and Hygienic
principles pled^itiK oursi-lves, that no pains or expense
will be «ti«red, to promote the health nndeonifort of thoe
visiting the t'tire. The |inprietor i- happy |o annmince t«»
the public that lie has secureil the iinvliiwl servi«-es of
1»r. ti W. May. (late partner of Hr. It. T. Trnll of New
York, and I'rofe-sor in Ihe H\gieo Thera|eiuie Me, 1 .I!
Oillego of New Yolk.) Who will be a-.-irled ill the female
de|artnietil liy Mrs. I^n-lnr A. K. May l-'etnales wishing
treatment may rc-t assured of having their eas«-s most
skilfully treated. IHr. May is -o favorably known as a
skillful Hydropathic I'r.ictitioner, that it in unnecessary
to say that patients will receive all the skill the profe.--ion
atlords. Klis-tre (lienncal Hull- administered w li.-n
timili^l. I»is-:4ses of females made a speciality and are
treab-d with a success -i-ldom attained —even apparently
ti.i|M*les« eases may not iles|iair ot help.
bath
WIS-K.
hie weekly
IX
No ad.litHMial charge tor
(Ire and light-, where the rule- of the house are complied
with. "o\si iT.vri.iv
KICK,
in ell eases %a. All lulls |wya
.uivAvr-K.
i'atieiits
treatment, verbal or by letter.
and linirders mu.-t
fnrnisli their own b.-nhing i thes. or th.-y an hue them
at tae house at
SI |er
w-i-ek
l*rescripli»ii.-
T-LTLKHV.
O.
lor lmsx-
S5.
Eiw-h Mibi«ef|iieni let
terf-r a.lv*"«', fi. Out door |mtlent-- not generally atteud
e«l—exi-i-pt ilio-e w ho are f.iriiiers.
HTI'liKNTS.—Uegular daily I j-( tu res to «I intents win
wish lo ac.pure n thorough kntwl«s!ge of the ''healing
artdiv ine.'' S-mi weekly lectures tu the irimnU-g of the
house. Address.
rVoprietnr,
H. MAV,:M.U
I
MADL.W.MS.
Ite-ideut Itiysician,
Mrs. I)r. A. K. M.«v. Assistant.
Why is the demand so great for
BR. MAW*
A U K A S A
"JJWAIVE tt will,In all casfw, safely «nl rlt.-iiu.ill
e tire I hit mm-li rtri'nilwl -riitirRi'iil tln-Wt-nt 1'hilln
-i-im.l Aifiio—witliiHit rail, and in «h-^ will -iiit.-r
a the pti-on .| Malariu,«f which fa thuuFauiU 1I1
tify aii-l, unlike all other iio-lnitn-. it is tt 1 y r.-eom
iiii-ii.le.1 tor me I'l.iSfi nt' i!i--H»--. iitul a- n tmiie it i?
-Iir|«.i.-ie.l. We will Hirer n lew e i'letie.-^ of iU Worth
liy rnea ot iiill ieii-.« ami lt^li t.u.Iiii(
the em
II.IIIM'
llnUant Im- ^aiiK'd fur
IO-MKI
I
knowlmljieof it. I lielicve it the he*t renii-dy l..r 1 lull*
fever ami ague that ha- ev.-r iH-en siil.l in »ir ^lati*.
Ke,-.p- tfullv yoiiri". ti. A IIYHE.
A-lit.ibuia.tilno, Jan. l-i.ls,'.x
Mi"*!*. P- K. MANN k CO.—«
n
II|i.-i
t-.: In eanvaK*Ui|f
the Hlat«-i of tHiio iinl Mi. lii.iin lor the sal- ,f ((„. rl,|f^.r
ent remedies w Inrh we Iiav e i mitrel. »Hir utt' lilKHi Iin
»M-eii -:Ulc| 1.1
vi- tli- Kr.-,t
that your AKIM
it-vlf
in every |Ui-« where sold
It really |ii« in h- the fvyjst' own rrmi*ly. nnd it- sale
liiiti a 11 otli.-i -. Ills deslitM-d to .-iUiKrei-il.
all'-'ibm ujiue r.-tie-die- in the market.
Very truly your«, A. k S. HKXI'RV.
New York, Eeh. !i3.1S5K.
Mmw. S* K. MANX k CO.—4*rutii.:
tiotl.seln S.TJIUISSOM your
)'ears.an
}ia\*' at
om
Akik" llalsam
lwv'
my
has -nred
|«'rsoiiiil know)
fiermaii.-iiily
known
it
1 -very"time. ,,N.l 1 |,
UIH-D, .-iller all
otln-r ri rtiedM-s
•"emarkalih-,
I
had
vain, with tlie most ha|I|y result.
have IIT-N
1H-
And
what IS mor.
knowu a ease
L.ut what remain
(wl cured, for at teast that si-ason. have uo hesitation
reeommoadlug it aa a i»Tf«-t irnimih over thills aud
fever. Resjxtlull} vonrs,
1'Kor.
Pl'BUHHKJi
0.
J.
W(*ll».
THE PANORAMA OF LIFE AND
L1TEUATUKK,
oiontkly at the office of UUeN'l UvlHK
Aire, I ton ton.
Kv ry number of this work emitam? artn lesof leading
Iiili ie-t Ifi'avt- and earliest, yet not liens and yet o|
aliiduiK value. To thi-si are add.-ii in profuse aliiiii.iaiic.,
ami ureal variety, Tales. IWlrv. Vi.y.i^i-s. Ti a\-ls, and
whatever—willnn the hounds o| socml tasti- Mini n-mt
|iriiii i|»leB—tuay be ludtu-ed uiil-rt!ie lar^.-head of t.i^M
K'-adiiii: lint iuer' light rea.liit^'
SOON IM-COIII.-S
Kor Thrtw IMlars a V*r, ri-. ei\ i-l al
IIIIIIIIHT
twolarK-
I^ACH
iu the country.
wt ari-
unli'-S there breathe fiom it niril and In-art, life
ami soul.
We promise a MaKitiue that Khali be more ami bettur
Ihiin mere amiisi-nieut a book suited to the old and
and yet abundantly attractive to the youiij aud tlaa
ardi-nt. It will treely |iro\ ide lor the imagination, a.t
ai-lla- lor the li'a.-on nnd Memory.
he office
li atioii. the I'uii'.raina will lie sent I'ree ol |»Uge lo any
|«x-t .lUn ili tlie I'liited Stales.
Tw.ii o|nes i\-.- ihiiiars a vi'nr Five ("opii-s,Ten Dot
lars a year, t'luhs to |uy Ihtur |*wtaj{e, whn-li l» three
••111* a numbi-r. [kiyabh-quarterly tn advaiKx.-.
was ixauwl iu July, 1M6. It maltcs
V OIIIIIK-K
a year.
We vau supply order*for back number*or volumes.
LADIES' KKPOS1TORY.
A Gtmral Literary and lie!iguJUS Mag'
azim for the Family.
number contain* sixty-four stiper
royal octavo pag*ii, doultlc column print
cd
on
the tit lent calendered |U|K.T. Also
bteel. For iuiioiuit
reading matter, for uiechanical executiou and
illuKti.itions, the lvi(KiHiUry will com (tare fa
vornlily with any three-dollar Magazine pub-
TKSiMH 1 Two Ihillan per annua, lava*
rluiily in Adiancr.
No HulMcriptious rcceiveii -for ltttw than one
entire Volume.
This |H i iodical is published monthly atCin
cinnati and New York.
All
travelling prettch-
ei'H of the Metiualitit Kpist^ipal Church iin au
thoiizcd a^ent*. t'ai!i in advantt^ will be ex
pected in all
csiKcii.
This
citn
CAKLTON
la- i«tid to any
of our authorisctl ttfjent* who can order it
charged to their account, if not convenient to
remit. All comtiiuiiic4ttiontf containing re
mittance* or KtilihcriptiotiH should la* addresscl
to the publisher* tho*c ilrhixned for publica
tion to the Kditor at 'incinnati.
l'OK & HlTt lK'tM'K, Cincinnati.
A
cGUFFY S Kl'ELUNd 1^VKS for Kile
by A. H. F. HILDKJSCTH.
Chitrlea Citj, Oc*. 38, 1861.
Tfor1100&8,
jY of various kind*, for children
tale by A. B. F. 1I1LUKETH.
HV
and K.iiro|H,tli patents, ai. i|tlt |.|Hiriil to
of pritoiM an China.
presenting all the attractive and a.lvmitaffeoits fentnre- of
ordinary photograph-, the brilliancy ami tlni^h uf a
ter color drawing. and a hitherto utialtaitied quality
durability by ts-ing remtereit as im|*-rishablc as th" nat
ural properties of the artii le.s ui«ui w liieh they ure trans
ferred
As thn patented prneey* of the (Vhlpany enables Ihe
reproduction of I'lmtngruphs. tint only on plain surfaces,
t.i.t ii|*in sin-h as are round or of any degree of irregn
laiity—]«itiail-i can be re|irnliie«1 with faultless nceiira
V, III.I lelica ot lellllMtiotl. ll|iolt rire-llllll War»"S of
any description and dimension n-cU as articles ot luxu
ry «r of lioaselndl utility. «uh a«
Urna,
WIIK II
YRKI,
have bvi:I'HM
LLI-T
thereby seetiritiR faitiiini |».rtnits and furnlshltiK a
unique and ex|u!. ite style of eriiamentatiou of artn les i |m.,|n,i«
in domi'stir use.
In order to ftirnHi t'arilitb"" fir the grstitlcatiim of the
I»l'i':.r tn-le, and to meet the want- of tlewe |iatr*»s of
the Fine Art- desirous o| li iving I'lvrtraits on Porcelain,
Ihe ('nm)wiri) have int|«orti-l from Kunqx' a coll- tk»n of
sii|«'rior |Nr-etaiii gi»»ils, tiiatiufiu-titred to their own or
r, which 11 lev sell at cu-t prlci-s.
As tlie Atnerican Com|i«iiy are owner* of the patent
right, ami consequently the'only |*-r*oiis autlsiriceU to
use the |MK-'SS, they have dctrt milleil, ill order
To afford Pt-ople In every mttts 0M
Ion
an opjiortuiiii) |MI---I-ss
1'iirtrnltK oil Chilis,
to make tlie following pi n|«.-'!ioli to
Rvaltleiita In the 'mmtry, who are BHablr
lo vlstl iM-rsototll) Ihe A telle
l* itial
(xnllerlea In Si-w Vorlt.
rersons sending a photograph. amtmty|ie. or dajfiter
rvotytte t«i the ollice i the "inpaii) in New York,
companied by
will reeelve In return ly 'X|n ess, free of other charge,
expri
A. rtehl)- ornnmrntrd llrenkfltat Cay M#
Saneer, with Hie imrtralt tnutsfHtSWa
thcii-on.
Hy transmitting a l:iptn rreon anl,
Ten
Uuthur*,
they will secure in like manner,
A handnome Preneh Vase or IMIrt AtfMr
With the |iortl
Hit
reprodui 111
bv
tly stadlujg a
Twenty to One Hundred Dollars the patr,
N. II.—H- particular in writing the ADDRCKS, town
county
IN1.1 5U,t-
U-tiii.
t!y.
All letters tube aitdresxed to
Manager, Amerkau rhotipm|4iic IVireelaln On.,"
44tu3 781 llroadway, N«w York.
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
V8.
FAIUBAIVK'8 SCALES.
HONESTY IS THK BEST POLICY,"
OK:
Honesty is belter limn any Policy.
CMIOMO,
O.T. GRAVIS*. KPQ..
|IK\H."S|K:—Alter
FJWW-UVTALRT 1H4 KKRS«IN
VASnEItVooRT. nirKKlt-oN
KAI.^E.as
l.-it.-r ol ilat'di-u is in coniradicUon Creeti
l.wl "s statement ine, and I think thi- iintiur course ol
competition ongla bi Is- iti--ouiib«ane*d, ax there |M
nothing lik.' fair j'lay .tnd truth In trade. II'ping UiW
expUiiuilloa in .-attslaiior*
1 am respectfully your*.
O. T. uiiAVI-a.
PREMll'HH uvea VAUtBARKtl'
In
own state
HIS
VEKMONT STA'J'K
A I K
[Extrait- fn in V. rinoiit Mat-- Agrw ultural S-cuH tXII
eial It. |..rt, S-pt liil.ei li.lh 1H57
*"Itsi'le ol Ibe Mali Were two (lay .S ales, om* manIIfac
~iW.«t by John Howe, Jr., of Hnitid.
by Mosr-' I aniiatiks, ol M. Joiin.-hui'j 't he I1 ruler
T'O.,
thr«H
e.irefiiilv otis-rv*Ml
ami
MUST
111
SEAK*,
ilseftW-t-'SUNN
in
(INIMI
all I not believe ITS equal
tin-worldeandorsay.
ol
IIK-dii'IIIEX.DO IN
SEARS'
Is
cMiKtrucb-d upon a new prlticipli it is laitne.1. It arriel
oil the {.reniiuiii, as Ix-mg more aci iiran- inweiKhiiig.ac
-orUing to tlie vari-Hi* te-t- to wlm ti it was siilye-ted.
AWAIUI OF l'l!KAIilMl.
John llowe, Jr., Brandon, VI., out set May Br«lefi, $15.
K. k T. tau lxankis k
St. Johu.-buiy, Vt., one
MH
#10.
Another Premium.
Attllfi Verm -nt ,-t..te air, ^-pt-mli. 17th,
Hav
ISM,after
M-vw trial ami I. ol Ibe IU»r atnt the Kair
uiks al. -.ilie Iiipl«tiia was awarded to John
liuwe,
J«^ (br the best Hay .-caUw.
Every Scale Warranted to ^ive Entire
Satisfaction, or Taken Back.
It Is our design to keep eonstaritly in slock an atti|»ic
"W1)' "f e\,-ry dos«ri|Hion ol Weighing Apfnratiw,
which wo offer fi* Mtlo at the nuunitacturer' lowwt
praei.
Kor further partkulur* autl refervtMX^, Iileaxe nail
addws,
UIHMI
Vandervoort, Dickerson & Co.
1M1MKTKKA OW
Tin Plate, Sheet lion, Wire, Zinc,
Copper, and Me talis Generally.
HOWE'S IMPROVED SCALES,
199 & 301
itaiuloi|4J ftirnl,
ilh AUO, UJ.
ATER'8
o{
CATHA11TIC
1 1 1 I
rilliK s. iciice oi tiiemistry and
Miditiiit: tuive
IH-A-II
fixed
their utmost to pr.K-ure this he.-l.
lost |K*rle I puigulive MliK'li 1
nown lo man. 1111111111 ir.i 1
pr.sjts are shown thai those I'll I.- Iiav' virtue- wlm-H stir
l«ss
HI
excellence ibe ordinary
IIKSIH IIK-S
X|H-I
two
oi initial htci-l enLriaviii^s, lii-sides an elegant ti
tle little for the .Jaiitiaiy IIIIIUIHT, also CN
gravetl 011
and that they
win uupK-cedcnti-dly iqsni the enlccin of all men. They
sal.- ami pl.u-anl to take, but i«.werl'ul t. cur
l'heii jK'iieti'uting j«'op. tie- siimulaU- the vitalactiviHes of
th biHly. remove the ob^tructious of (to organ-, purify
till, blood and
Not only do they cure the evciy-tay cjmi|4aii.ts of
very
IMHIV,
LINE
and ijuality of
OIII
but also tot uiidaldi-und dung, rous di.-.'JIS*
that hay 1 lialtlid the best human skill While tliey pro­
|«iwerfiil elt.--t,s, they arc at the same time, 111 di
minished lo.-es, the safest and ln-*l physic that can be
mployed for I'hildriii. Jfc mg sugar c^wtisi,-they are
li-asunt to lake ami iM-mg |Hirely v-g-labl', are I
any
1
isk of harm. Cures have
ing Ihe
IIIIHHI
'tupUiinls
IMHTKH, New York.
Prepared by Da. J.
BEEN 11 U%
1
e wli
uriuns ii.-f were tti.-y nut Mibslaiilkiled tiv men
of
ui'li exaiti-d tsu.ition and character as lo forbid tine
ii-pH'ion of untruth. Many eminent clergym.-u and |itiy
1 bills have lent their name-to vt rlily to lb.-public the
habiliiy if my roincdic*, w lull otle-rs have -.-til 111. ibe
-iiiamcot tln.ii cou^ it I mil that my pre|wiratitiiis c.m
ibute iiniiiciiscly to the I tllet of luy atUictcd iutli i ing
llow lin-li.
The Agent In-low nam.sl is plejkiitsl to furnish gratis my
American Almanac,..-obtaining directions fur their use and
i tilicates ot their cures, of tin- following complaint,-*
t.'osUvciio-s, Millions Complaint-, Kh'-uiiiatisiii, liropsy.
Heartburn. Headache arising Iroin a foul stoma, h, Nau
oa, lliiligi stioii. Flatuli-ucj', l^«s of AplK-tite, all t'lcer
mis and I'liUuieous |i|-casos winch require an cvactianl
medicine, s-rofula 01 King's Kvil.
TLO-y
also, by purify
and stiliiulatiiig the system, cure many
WIIM II
it would not be supposed th.-y could
acli, sin-has li"afii.--, Partial Blttidnoss, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability, lieiaiigcmi'til.- of the l.lver alwl Kid
•ys .tjout, and other kindred complaints an-ing fioin a
w stall' ot tin- l»*ly or otislrucii.^i of its fmictions.
|lo not be |Hit otf by uupi in. 1 pled tii-alt-rs with souie
ither pill they make more profit on. Ask for
IIIJi. and take llolhitig •!•. No oilier tlicy
AYKK'S
(MIL
give
oiulKir.'is w ilh this 111 its intrinsic value or -n ativ e
rs. The sick want tile Ixjol aid there ti^for theni
lid tin y should have tl.
AVER,
Prftetiutl and Analytical
hi'iiiist, l.yi.!l, Man. I'rltc 1!5 cts. per B»x. Five
UwMa tut #1.
For aide at Gbwiw City BookKtore by
A. A
r. wumMsn.
PICTORIAL WORKS.
all ti'i ni 'l
The
RI
*.«I.IN
.1
700
nWfSat up*, Totkt
Aittrlc*. br.
NKW I'ICTOKIAI
the PIMM
|«nr of dagu-rr(Sl I«-s
aMt
Fifteen IMUn,
they will
receive in return
A Pair of rich gcvm Vasrs,
with tin- |NII TRAITS I-xecuti-d EQUAL to miniature paintings
ami.
in like manner,
poilrutfec«N
celain wares or
Iwomt.vno.N
Jane
17th,
their true |Hi.sjtjon tx-lore the |HilSa-.
1861.
the conversation we had alxuit the
r-marks made by Ur. (IniMiieaf. ot thrtirmol Fairbanks
reeni at. totH-hitig the Scale we put up for M. I!, liar
den of Abingdon, 111 I wrote to Mr. Harden and enclose
to you his reply. Yon will ,»ee from this letter that the
repr'--tilatio«is by (.feculent to von were false, or lie
must have l«s-n lalioriiig nuder u great mi-take. 1 want
you to write our house here exactly w hat Mr. Ureente.il
-lated to yHt. as this is not tin- tir-t time that they tra
du'I'd our Scales, and wcaredeti rinined to
PLATE them
kro.,
IVR
S.
(1.
HUOKKH.
Aiwmiw, Iu.. June 14th, 1861.
,v NT.,
|IKA« SIRS
Abingdon, dated June Hth.l would nay that lifter I
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I
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I*KTORIAI. SI'.VDAT
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was gray, to us original
I-olor.
J.
W. li.WIHsON, Moiinionlh. III says, mv lutir wa.
twn thirds gray or rather whit.', but by the ap|iti'ati4.
ol the ltostorativc as dim-U-d, it ban resumed its original
color.
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ill my In-ad uf two year- -landing
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V. M. WimlitVAISIi. I' Frankfort. Ky -ays, he
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the ur now 111 use.
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live.
WIIj^iN KtN3.
J.
n,
Vt.. and the other
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color.
ItKTSY SMITH. North-Fjtst, Penn.. sayn .that her hair
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IU! .1 W. im\|i. St I'aul, says, that bis hair is strong.
thick and black, altbougli a short time since lie was both
bald and gray. The (H-ople bore

cHifldem-e in it.
MnRlllH lliCI.INt!.M.
it* efTi-cU
N
St.
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11'i.V.
KKWAM.K. June 19th. 18C1.
VAXDERVfmrT WKKlynS k l'i
timTiKHKX :—In an wer t« iour ii-tn-r of June 17th,
enelo-iiif a letter-to your hoii-e frem Mr. M. I!. Harden.
Ik-uil'
r.-a.l tic
r-on- fi.
SIIIJIMON MANN.
Ill i\.
JI
a very
ini|ert'' ami |mor S-ale.aml that there were many of
ihi-ni that would not work.and tnenttotied to me tlial a
•S-aU- u«*ar bv whre I liv*t w as badly oM of order aud
would not work at all Till- N .ile he said v*aI at thiiif:
don. Ill,, nnd had lm-n iH-us'lit hy Vr. M. It Harden, and
wa.- worth notion Im Weighing and had twoi! abandoned.
all of wliieli t"tMl-.l t-. di--ourage lie from |Kir"h.i!iiigtlk
Howe's S ale, and aft. mentioning tin-matter to yottr
Agnit. Mr Hooker,and h- iK-ni.-.| the same, and statinl
to me that Mr. l.reenieal was no a man of veraeity. as
h-had di-ti-|,-l ion, very recently ill wv-ral talseln'axls,
I liegan Ui iloiil.l his veracity. Mure I have mi-ii the |i t
ti Iroiii Mr. M. It Harden, nf Alnugl4i,.latHt Juneltih,
I am :ii'(iii- il to think it was all said to e. ni. after Ihe
purp.«-e of ili-coi.raging me, and tlmt it was
KKV. K.
Ann Harbor. Mxh.. «avs hi-
wilV. whose hair had twi-ome very thin, and entirely
white W.is re-lore.| to its original toOWH loior. and had
thickciie.l and In Ine l» auliful and gl"-- ll|sli. and
"iilirely over the heuil. litliers of the family and frteiid*
ar. ii-ing your Kestoralive vvuli Ihe happn-telli-«-t.
IHiK HliKK^K, K\ S-nat.-r -f lllinoi-, savn, my
hair was prematurely gray, but hy Ihe
IWIIT W.»«L'-
It.'-ioriitiv.-, it I1-1- re-iinied iu ori^Mml color, and I
have no doubt |Mrmaueiitly so.
lloN. H. I.. STKWAKT. nay*, my hair w.v very gray,
but Ii-iug two bottle- rc-tored ii t« its original color.
HKA1.1:, Itrookfleld, Ma s says, it haa
HITCHINS
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TITI: KI.RR.NA'REN
oldLon Tinotur#
G-
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HI.OUH ITNIKYRH,
The Great Ihxovrry of the
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IFVA
OrnHlfff.
!f« |W tl.l'Altl.K I'WMI Ol'NIi, w liH-li i« wh^^'I,'
-o null ll e\.'ttemenl Itl the me.licul w..f.l and
among of the im.-t learned in lb.
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meilleal faculty have long sought to reach, bull* rate.
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WASIIIM:TOX,
li. f'., Feb. J4, lMf.
TV Ituti bins—P»-ar Sir I have b-en |riT«
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!ia\.- u-i'.i it lor im I igo li-li
,los-
o|
terial ben. lit.
I
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1 IM. Iv II.KTKOKTIIIC
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vo. prlci- 8i,'i0.
»|.|»-i A' W11 ti TTHK
think
N *T««-rt TRITI F*.R
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AT
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nre wf dlsoane. Beping you may be pri*pefr-fl Hi flW
?^tle ol it, 1 am, sir,) our .d..-!ietii «er\
*tkf.
liANIKI.
F.
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tToRiKsTK*, June, 1HU
Tr Huti-liins.Sir A8 yon wished my opinion rrs|mttg4
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Haniivhinv Ills valuable twipe has hao recently tuM
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known and worthy citizen of Keene,
N.
Mr tiixlfn-y. Sir It is with pleasure that lean rteai
meml the I in|« pn^wr.-d hy ton for the nervoiw he«idaelk».
Having for alMiut ten years past heen ,-ifli. trsl wtth it,and
not Iiiiving found any thing that gave me
relief.
lion ppu.tiieing an ln-trum.-nt a.-knowh-dged
•now1111.
«lt pari-
I tried
your |iro|t--ind Ih.'V gave m» imtn.shate relief. I took
them aboi.t three wn-kstrom the Brst of Januarv and have
txH-ii Ire.' from the headache ever slm*e. 1 «.sikl cheer
fully recommend them to
all
who
MAY be
VL.-is-,
attbeted wWb
the-ami-complaint. A WRIGHT.
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|d to all liangN of a trace
They have all the requirements for a superior
pretatuHiof Ixith classical aud modern ''orn^ositiulM."—
VI STR.VKoelJ
Waicrimm, 421 l)room« Ktreei,
Kiust iif 15ri.wwlway, New Vork.
»ATinrACTO«T otAUiira cirn
tiuiwljrr.
I)R. S. K. COIJJNS'
JAl \UI( II1TTEI
A Q^'lt'K and uiifaiiiiig remedy t.-r Jaum
ItiseanoH in their w»r-l forms. |iys|M-|
On.tlvel|.»s, Ihianess. I'ailis iu the Ituck'aiid Side,
lies- at tlie sliiiiiiii li li.-adache Kruw-iDes*.
I I K U
VIG
SAl:All J. ltl!ii\V\". -av-. her hair not onlv gray,
but so thin thai she fear*d us entire I-»•- but after tiding
two boitks it has restored l».ih the eolor and growth.
IVe|«r«*d by i». J. WtNID A CO., 114 Market
St., St. IjOnU, nnd il't Hrimdway, New ark,
also, by all Fan. v and Toilet i....„ls iMil.-r- in lh- nif.nl
and sohl Uv .'11 tiruggi-t.- and Patent Medicine Healeri'
Young America's library.
A 1'SKFl'l. and altra.'tive
J\. Y"
of txs.k* for the
young people, enilira. ing .events connce|e,l with tin
early bislory ot tlie eoumry, and lues of disliogtnsln-d
mi ii. written Willi inn. cari-.aiid in all i-nterlauiKig
maimer and beautifully Hliimitiated title puges.
I
and all diaaaaea of blood.
and
have
nay«. that allet
trying maliy other preparations all to no Cll'ert, he u^-.-.l
two Imllles «l,n-h oven-d bis b.-a.l wtli a n-w
ftTon-grew tli ol liair and lav ites all li couieaii.l
l^ung Syrnp,
A enre for ronsuiii|Kioii that mi»t lreaded of all dla
easw. an well aa Asthma. Bronchial Aftertiu*«, Coucta
folds. ae.
Diarrhea and Dysentery Cordial.
This ordinl will be found an excellent remedy ia
er complaints. Iy*eut.-ry li.tlnininalioo of the Bowela
luiliK.-siion Micklieee at the Stomach, ac. Aad
rated
Life Oiutment.
It woo Id aiMe-s to attempt to ewawiTate Wie mi
Wunderful cur.-n wrought by it. Much aa Kheumattaa
iCIiilblams, Itruis.-s, f'ui.-, Itnrn*. InHaminatiaa of tba
Rj cs. Mortifl. at:on, 1'OISOIIOUH Miteg .f Snakes, ac. ac.
I liese medicine* are prepared .-*• lusn el truui Koaai
and Herbs, coiitainuig no mineral ^ubatanc«a wbatavar.
Tli.-ir -treiiglti.'iuiig ami iu vig.H-ating qualitie* ar* tr«lr
wonderful aud mirai ulous, while not Ihe Vail lajwrr
n--xl tie ap|H-ebeiid.«t frvim their live. Th« maay
ing testimonials wliu are daily received ot their
and the mi ieasing demand. baa induced Me to dev
inv eiitire alien
I
A |i I
I'enn with nine illtixtratii.ii- the Ijfr of
lien Taylor, with nine illustrations tin-lab-of Andrew
Jackmiii. with nine illustrations ih,.. |.if(. of Napoleon
ltona|arle. with nine illustrations lb. tild lh-t| of lade-
anil,
In cloth, gilt back
and lo all v put up tu boxes, $tt,5—Trice lair \oiuuie
dolll gill, fli 1 icts.
"ol|rWars,ag.-iili!,or scholllibraries, wiiJbeiUMiikid
at a liberal di--ount
OqH.-s sent l.y mail, postage free, npon the receipt of
the price ol he set, or anv volume.
1.1 Ni
ISA
Y
HLACKSTONE,Tubll»her».
St,&Niiti Othntreet, Philadelphia.
FIIMOM
Str.s ami other daily I'rayer Meeting-, and iiiiui. roun
artu-l.-s by iinlli.'tit divines. A holed wtiter of the Scot
ti-li Keu^ious l're.-s, nays of the Herald ol Truth
Nu|i»|er puhli.-hed in America is more highly iccoin
UK-iid.-d by niiin-iit clergymen every i-vangelii-al de
Uomitialif.it, aud n.Uie
IH
so roll of nislruciinii aud mu-ro-t
to tin- |a-.tir, the piivate tbrt-tiaii, the family, the Sun
day School twelter, Ibi- theological student, and Ihe
Christian A-.-ociatinu au.l ould lb- |«i|« tiicl it-way
into i v cry family Iu the land a- influence for good would
be unbounded." FullaeVs of volume 1'iul, coiu|iriniug
the is^uc of six mouths. an be supplied if application is
iiimlii soon True 91,1111. Single numtiera 5 cents, or
jier annuiii. in advance two copies', $:I,IH) Ave
copies, (K.tlO, aud an exlta copy to ibe rsou form
lug tin) club tell copies, 114,011, and all extra copy
twenty- oopic*. S'ift.lNI, and nil exlra copy SjminnM$
fm—The Thitd Volmnecomiiieni -s il.
tiber'-,ltii.
Faith­
ful Agent.- wauled to sidi.-it suli-i'riptions among iin- dif
ferent cvajigei ail denoiiinutiMuw iii city aad country.
Addreas' HwaUl of Truth," No. 180 Karaaa Street, Maw
York.
L,
PI*
re, AATF la 'V
all ri~|i^'ts it is pronmmci-d by our best «ill»lai
preat. sl im|*r.v.-iii.-iit ol llw age in
llano Fnrte
ceaalnM-
TOTWNP*-
rmr 10 all others made in this country or Europe. s
Afetr testimonial*
IN
regard tu the mijiri inri^F tf
In -learn.fi*. rH-hnet*. and volume of lone, daKcatV,
elasticiiy oi tiu h,and fine reprating aetioa, I bait§ff.
er p'ave.1 ii|».n their .•.pial'—II. A Won
I have never play.-d ii|*.X- aa liistrumeet."—
t.»«. t. ItnisTuw. -J
I consider them as tn be«v«.# t, %. futlnma aad
.^.uihty Of |.,Me. as
W.-^
ii if n
,'OP|«"J
re
A
our Xee Scale Patent Insulated Piano-ForiW. 5 1
1 have -taminel the liano Forte* of lighte AIM
burys with entire -uti-taelion know not that thera ar« A
any other- l«-tt-r, either in our own country ar alM- 5 j'.
where."—im 1/IWKM MAS».
LOW
A CP*.
lo volume, richness, erennena, aad parity nt I
and In delx-aey ol touch ihey c.-rla in I excel, 1
beautiful singing mlny o desirabto vrt u.
foind."—W
tty «*mm,
aadtajlfi
I I I I A Ms..v 6
4i
1 lmve never Hnved upon so rich aad bfavf a liM
Square I'lac Fort.- —AKTIII k NAIMIKO.V
Iain a-loni bed and deligbled w .th Ihe Ww flBUa
Iron Friniie Piano F01 b-s i.., bv you. There maat ba
a -plendid future for Ijghte Iliad but
yx' li.inoFortaa
—G». F. Ikwr.
'^..etaKtHMooeh,
thin cooairy
or Kin
111 |i--Wei ipiaiitily. and equality of tone, tber
tainly ex. ei. wlm.- i..r th *t |s i-ullar rich and
lone so invaluable as an aicKiiimniiiient to lbs
havcuever nu tin ir equal,'—It.vi.-ixi.
wyaer- e.
3
3
to
11
I we Mil IJttf
|»", HabMwl
1/KWAp.|
petit.-, and ail -miliar ompiaiiits arising from daraiMa*
meiitol tb- I.ivi and Hilliary lirgattK. |0
There Hitter.« Cltnntc and Purify the Blood. W
The timely u*e ol these littler* is abut a sure pravea- l*
live of the Yellow, Itilliou- liil riiiitu-fil ant KaalHMI
ci .-is, Fev.-r aud Ague, t'lnlls and Fevor, and all dia UV
aMtettakc their utigm tu auy '"fltoiJUUWML
TIM. COLLIXS'
AAti-Hillioii8 i'liygif. W
A mil*!, Sl^- ami thorough alli.irne should In
ca-i-t. be used in contn-eti. ii Willi the Hitters. Tbl» Phya
ie may he admuii-l.-red with in-rfi i-l safety to tafaali "9
and pernon* wfthe lee hie-1,-,in-1iluti.-niu ailaaaaa Wttn
physic may be ncees-ary Also the
8
5
Purifier,
A eetiaia cure for s. rofuia. Salt Hbettta, KttC'aSviL
Scald Head. Fever Sores.
IIOIIH,
lirupUuM aa tit flit
n
ir
9
i
I
a
ion to the manufacture of Ihe
i e a n A n i- i o u y i e
fr lie ft*1!, An tin- numerous siiltorera from vari
bi li.i4,iW..niplaints with the utm.isi eoiifldi-nce that
variaaa
thajr
ranii-d tail lo cure a- r.i-onitnen.ted I am permitted ta
refer io the following w.dl known and highly reapaetabla
citizens of t'hx ago aud surrounding coaatry, lar
matioii of all that i- above stated
II Halcltoa. No .246 ijke si
reel.
k i ankliii I lak'-r (tirm o| Ikik.-ra
OWLT-
Moody)
(tirm
l«a
of
Uunh
A
M.
Jew.-tl)'J(I3 Ijtke
Sboup. K.-al K-late Agent. AO Mark
F.dwtn ('lar». Real F.state Agent, 8
I
street.
Well**tre«t.
W. W" Tbel|», 141 I«ike street.
W IVkering I!, al l-viaie Ageut Wellsitre«(.
Ambrorte Biiruhani. IMj Wabash Aveaua.
Win S|H'iicer C.Hitriolor state
utreet.
I in vi.l Swunk. o.rner Kaixtol pti
aad
Adam-.
Mayor
ilraillkl MNNlk ^1'
Aini^ Moore tnailisoii street
II. I' liriacol. 43 South Water *treal. .f. Ai
Kev I Weed Waukegan.
H. C.
Chicago. Hurlington a Qtiincy lillrtil
Noble. Jefterson township.
Illlnom.
I.KNKKAl. IIFJ-OT Nn 44 Fraaklin St.,Cbica#a.
Aad for *a!e ia t'hariea CH v Iowa, by
A B. F. IIILDRETB.
BARNES BROTHERS
WU0LE&ALE DEALERS IK
COACH AND 8ADDIER1
H^VKI3AVu\KE,
CARRIAGE ANO HARNESS
HAMESS,
Bridle and Collar Le&theif,
Enameled untl Patent Leatht^'
Saddles, llorso Collars, Bridle#,
Whipf, Kiiauit li-il
UDII
Carriage
t'lotlis, Axdrs, Springe,
.KI'IIIK'S,
i^lutlts,
INJaa, Hulw, hiKiki s, How*, Mom, tu
IM But Water Ntrart*
MILWAUKEE WISCQJOTt
April 4, 1861.- 14m«
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