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IXDLVXAPOLISf IND., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1864.
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REAPERS AND MOW ER S .
REAPER AND MOWER
Irr IT LS A TWO WHEELED MACHINE THE
wheel supporting the frame are both driving
bela, and drive the knives together, or indejmnd
ently. Sd. There are no cors n the driving wheel.-.
3d. When not cutting, no cog h in motion; therefore,
In transporting, there is no wear.
4th. The kn.vea never work when the Machine is
backed; is as easy backed as an empty cart.
6th. The cutter bar is attached to the frmn' by a
double tinge Joint, aid allows an independent action
either end of the bar rUing without affecting the
6th. The cutter bar is easily raled to pass rbtTue
lions by means of the lever, which is always undtTjthe
Control f tha ojHTstor.
Ttb. Jl B. The cutter bar is in front of the driving
wheels, and eat in rear, thus enabling the driver to w e
the operation of the cutter without interfering with his
drivintr, and avoiding tho.e dren.lfal accidents which
bave frequently occurred when the iseat is directly over
or in front cf the cutter bar.
fcth. The cutter bar is folded aeries the frame for
transporting thus making it as portable as a buggy.
Vth. The wheel or cutter bar next the frame prevents
clogging when running orcr cut grass, and also relieves
10th. It can be changed from a Reaper to a Mower, and
tic rera.r in Jflttn ntiniitr.
lib. The platform does not support either the reel or
12th. The reel is upportd from the frame of the
13th The raker has a comfortable saddle seat over the
frame of the Machine.
14th. Vr Lutnhuj! Tht rater Juirt a it.
15th. It took the nasT rvnnirn as a Mower, and as a
Combined Machine, at the Indiana and Ohu tate Fairs
16th. It will run over three hundred pounds lighter
' than any other Mower or Reaper.
17tb. We cfiiu.a.Mia thk WOULD to in at the
tliveusyour orders early, as we cannot obtain any
more Machines than we have now bought, as the manu
facturers have orders for three thou.-and more Machines
than they can posoi'ov nuk.
Call and look at the IMPROVED Ll'CKEYE, under
DORSET k ANDERSON.
Chen post In tlio West. .
Cloaks, Maniillas and Shawls,
BURROWS & EDWARDS,
WHOIESALK AND RETAIL
22 South Illinois Street,
, 8LC; 8lc.
f BAGS CHOICE RIO COFFEF, IN LIGHT
OOU Linen Bags.
BAGS JAVA COFFEE.
t O HOtlSHEADS N.O. and ISLAND SUGAR?.
4 r,r'I's" kefisedsiv,ar
JO 0 rrLS N 0 M0LVSSES
-JQ r.n. STRurs.
Q()0 HALFRlili. AND KEGS SYRUPS.
X7 5 11ALFCI1KSTS AND CAM'IES TEA.
KEG ENGLISH SolA.
O rACKAGFS MACKEREL, WHITE KISH
WVJ ani li:
WORTU TO RA CCD AND CIGARS.
800 HBIJl" " k-"whiskt-
iQ ri.I. OLD PURE bOURBON.
And a!', kinds ,f BRANDIES aad WIESf r sa'e at
Eastern PrU.ea ly
A. 1 II. Sdl.M
SchiiuHV Now i:io-K,
prt-dly 15DlANAlt)IJS. INI).
i.ivi itv r.tHi.r.
HENRY ALLEN. New Ytrk IJer aüdS.le Stable..
Nos. 12 and 14 I at Vr t rrrt, in the rear i f
Ofa coot, on v.ar
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD TIMETABLE.
J a rr tisosr ill a aaisaoai.
Train Iyav. Trains Arrive.
i -i0 A M a a )Calilaa 3-? A V
0 P.M 8.14 P. M.
laDiavarnue, rtac au cmcAi aaixaoa.
Ira. n Leave. Trama Arrive.
UJX, M Chicaga Expreaa, So. 2... .6 42 A. M.
4.15 P. M Mail 1041 A.M.
M5 P. M....Chlcat,o Express, No. 1... 4:00 P.M.
Train Leave. Trains Arriva
10-00 A. M 4-M A. M.
5.'0 P,M. ..
10:20 A. M.
15 PM 50 P M.
Trains Leava Trains Arrive.
a-40 A. M s 40 A. M.
2 'io P M W1 A. M.
9:15 P. M 7 (KIP.M.
isDiAnsror is ctci?raTi a.iiLanan.
Trait s Leave. Traui Arriv.
505 A. M Morninz Express W IM.
IO-'iO A. M Mail 5:00 P. M.
7.03 P. M Nljfbt Express 9:12 P.M.
Py Cincinnati time 12 minutes f.ter than Indianap'l.
twDtana cehtkal aatiwiT.
Tratr.aUatc. Trains Arrive.
5;) A. M - a 20 M-
11 55 P. M . ....Mail 1:5P M.
7;io p. a.... Kr. M.
Traii Leave. Trains irrive.
4 00 A.M 7:4CA.M.
P.M 12;Oo No.n.
8:2 P. M Mall 04 P.M.
iMMAxaroLis axd mn'i bailhoad
ti:4i A.M Eapreaa 11:00 A. M
3 00 P. M Accommodation... :V V. M
I.Ot ISV1I.I.K, KKW Ali AST ASP CHICAGO BAII.ao.D CHASia
E.preM(;r-e:iCJ.ttle Junction going north 5.30 P M
Going south 1140 A M
Atlantic & Great Western Railway.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT-TWO THROUGH Ex
press Trains between Cleveland and New York.
TskestlTect May K'.,!.
Nfv Vork Tliroiisla Mnc?.
Ixave Cleveland at...
New York at
9.50 a si and 9.10 r m
ll.:iO a it and 10.r,2 r m
. ... 1.40 r i and 1.00 a m
.... :t.2-j P m and Ü2J a m
.... 3. is p m and 4.44 a m
10.45 a m and 9.4.Ü r
Leave New York at 7.W A m and 6.00 p m
Arrive Cleveland at 5.00 a w and 6.30 p m
Eastward Iave Akron (Mail) at 7.4. a
Arrive Me.t rille (Mail) at 12.50 p m
Arrive .Salamanca (Mail) at PAD r m
Westward Leave Salmanca (Mail) at 5.00 a m
Arrive Meadville (Mad) at 10.H a m
Arrive Akron (Mail) at 3.?5 p m
EastwarJ Iave Galion (Accom.) at 8.30 a m
Arrive Manstield (Accom.) at lü.kj a m
Arrive Akron (Accom.) at 4 30 r a
Westward Leave Akron (Accom.) at 10.3. a m
Arrive Mansiield (Accom.) at 4.50 p m
Arrive (ialion (Accom.) at 6 0. p m
Leave Meadville at
Arrive Franklin at...... .
Leave Franklin at
Arrive Meadville at
Leave Cleveland at
Arrive Younjftown at
Ieave Y'ounKtown at. ... .
. . . 8.00 A M
. . .10 .1." A M
and 3.10 p m
and 5.25 r m
. .. 7..no a H and 5.:t P
. .. 9.50 a m and 745 r
7.15 a m and 3.50 r m
10.35 A and 7.20 p m
..... 6.45 A and 1.4 p
10 20 a m and 5.00 r n.
Arrive Cleveland at
H. V. SWEF.TSEIL General Snperintendaut.
T. H. GOODMAN. General Ticket Aoi:t, Cb veland,
OQQ llluls. 'I. O. Miar
QQIIbU. ICerincd do.
For sale b
i:ak;. v uatchek,
apr21-dlm IJt FAYETTE IND.
OQQ "bU. .TIacUcrel.
QQ Half llbl. do.
ir. IlbU. do.
For sale by
i:ahl sV iiATcin:icf
aprJl-dln LAFAYETTE, IND.
rOlaK A'I) LARD.
500 ,lbl' l,rk
500 ,lbl Lard-
For sale frtin Store by
HAUL V HATCH CK,
aprtl-dlm LAFAYETTE, IND.
.S. 10-40 BONDS
Principal fe Interest Payable in Gold.
flTHE FirST NATIONAL RANK OF INDIANAPOLIS
1 i the Govetnment Agent f-r the a!e .f ttee J,
sir able Bonds, and is now ready to receive subsrriptior.s
fur the same.
The Rmds wi'.l speedily be deliverei!, w-thout expres
sse, or oher charge, and will be Coupon or Re'utered
ltn.!, a the purchaser may deire.
The interest will bxin the diy tte money i deposited
in the Rank. It is 5 per cert., bat bein; "paid in tiold
(and every ix months on bind over $1''0; is real! v S
per cent.; beide ., ore rJ-j-rt?t rsrmj i,h AV,
frn .i.V .V .V. tV.'y. T4rnMji vr il,rr X'u ticij) t i-r.
Remember that in ordering thee R.n is you recure a
ftrt claa i:i mnent, and at the situ? time materially
aid in .ustainii g ycur Government,
As the law Ln'.t t!.e isae to two Lar. lr-d t;iili:r.s,
which w:ll no dnubt s.:i be re.u hf'd, parties ba l better
deposit at once.
A commivion will be aü. wed bo purchaser on all
Ootids cd ere 1 at this Ratik.
THE NATIONAL BANK
Has also for sale, and is now rea.iy to deliver at par,
tniteil States i.fal Ttndtr
Irawing 5 per cent. i:.tere.-t; also,
IT. S. lacvcime Stamp, at a Dis
count. l"ni?el States Coupons, whether due or r.i t,wi;i be
'upbt at the h shest price; a! ('uartenua-ters' and
Commissaries' Ordr and Vouchers; Gel !, S:lver ai.d
U. S. TAXES.
Kiciwt Tax Anticr.
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, J
I". S. TsrtavM. Ravrrt'E, t'TH Di-mirr, Isd.,;
l!..1.aü:ip- l:s, MayC5, 1'"4
FIlilE CITIZEN of Mario (xuntj, Indüa. a'e here
1 t y onriej that the l:t, -id return, c'-bctrd by
ibe A....aijt Ars- r f..r said cu:itv, ül be ke;t
pen fr in. ;cti.n at v v vC'.ce, Xo. H New A Ta'b.tf
r.bk.l!d:np uütii tt lltb dy . f June, at sbich
lünrf ;: t,,.,, m,i d'trrnii'ie on a!l a;if . which
may ! j.ni 1 uu to that t:rw.
WILLIAM A. RRADSHAW,
inj."; ,!. sstjiu II Aw.rfiib Ihstrict f Indiana.
A FACT t
It I u Dye.
In the year 145 Mr. Mathews f.rt prepared the YENE
TI AN II MR DYE; since that time it haa been nsed by
thoaands, and in no instance has it failed to give entire
Tta VENETIAN DYE is the cheapest la the world.
Its price is only Pilty Cent, and each bottle contains
double the quantity dye in those, usually sold for one
The VENETIAN DTE Is warranted Dot to injure the
lair or the walp in the a'ightest decree.
The VENETIAN DTE works with rapidly and cer
tainty, the hs1r rii!-iri2; no preparation whatever.
Tb VRNKTIAN DTK prodoe any shad that may
te deired one that ill not fade, crk or wash out-
one that ia as permanent as the Lair iUeif. For sale by
all druggists. Irice f.0 cents.
A. I. MATHEWS,
Gettril A?er4t, 12 GoU street, 5f. T.
A1m, Manufactarer of Mathews' Arnica Hair Gloss,
the best hair dressing in oe. Price 50 cent.
A Voire From Vickfthiirg.
Vicseim, Atg.9, 13C3.
Da. Johs P.CIX Dear ?:r: I am bappy to state to you
thst I have od your raluabb Cdron Pitters with frreat
benetit to my it in Reneral debility and prostration of
my system, produced by the unhealthy and miasmatic
influences of the Mississippi River and around Vicks
burjf, having been w th (Jen. Grant's army throughout
In whole Southern campijrn. I confidently recommend
its use to all persons who are expoed in unhealthy cli
mate. II. W. POGLR,
Agent U. S. Sanitary Commission.
Louisvillk, Kr., Sept. 16, 163.
On the 23l of Jaly lat I eu'timitu-d, through an airent
of mine, to the Medical Director of the Department of the
Cumberland, a sample of my Cedron Ritters for his in
fection, and reiuetcd, if alter ana!) sis he found it
moritoriou., t atict.on and approve it u.-e among our
The following is the Medical Director's reply, and also
Gmi. R'.e-ran' permission to ship 30' dozen at nre. to
have it sold to Sutlers. JOHN HULL.
"I am satisfied that Cedron Ritters will do no harm to
any one, if taken properly and in mxierfition. I see no
objection to Dr. Rull b-rin permitted to dijose of it to
c..t 4 1ILVUV Til f "T CTO V
A. HENRY THL'RSTON,
Sargeou and Mtdkal Director, D. C."
Haar.gi-ARTKRS Dkp't oe thk Ci wbkrlaM),'
Namiviixk, Tk-nx , July 24, 1pG3. (
Dr. John Rull' Aetit, Mr. , has permission to
ship to Na-hville, Teuu., twenty-five eross (e.r 30J dozen)
of Ru'.l's Cedron Rittrs, for sale to Sutlers in the army
The reflation of t'.ie Treaury Department are to be
complied with strictly.
Rvcomu ai.d of Major General Rosecrans.
WM. M. WILES,
Major and Frovor-i Marshal General.
Sld Wholesale and Retail by
J. F. SENOUR. DruKgist,
West Wahiiigtoii Street, Indianapolis.
VICTOR OF TEE WEST.
WALTER 12. WOODS'
WOODS' PRIZE MOWER,
ACKNOWLEGED THE Rl-ST
o. G Noiitti ?ltriliiin Mrcct
Opposite the Old Po.-ta.Tice RuilJir.g.
myl9-dlmeod is Awtt
DRY GOODS, &C.f&C.
1? O 11 T II LADI S.
IYILS & CO.,
No, 1 South Meridian Street,
(OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING,
IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR CLOAK HOUSE
will open, on Monday, April IS, 1S64, a splendid
STRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS,
The cheapest ever brought to this city. Ladies would do
,well to call before purchasing elsewhere, as the goods
have been selected by an experienced buyer in the
Eastern market, and will be sold at a rtnall advance for
IVENS 4 CO.,
No. 1 South Meridian Street, next to American Ex
press Office. aprlG-dlf
NOTHING LI It 12
fpiIE UNDF.RSIGNHD II AVE CONNECTED Wim
1 their LEATHER BUSINESS the manufacture of
BELTING Of all sizes, sincle, double and round.
Our facilities for the manufacture of ihe above article
are unequalled Laving new machinery of the motd ap
proved kind for stretching. Ac. We ue only the best se
lected OAK TANNED LEATHER and employ none but
We alo make to order Fire Endr.e an l Suction Kose.
Particular attention paid to repairing old Be'.ts, nse,
Prices a Lw as any touse east or west.
All work warranted. Orders solicited.
ifiooxisY a- c:o.,
7. ouf.'i Meridian St., East Union Drpot.
MEANS TO SECURE GOOD HOMES.
17E ARE OFFERING SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS
W l ' persons with a little ready neat.s to secure
h.'ra s. We will sell
Lot. i:mirrly on Time
and erect c oaifortatle dwellings, built by workmen
and in cchmI sty'.e. on the payment of ha'f as much as the
improvements will csf the remainder to be paid on
easy payment cot much more than a fair r, nt on tie
pr' imse. Having b'ts in nearly alt parts of the city, we
can accommodate all wishiitrto secure a home; nd hav.
nj a lanre amount of luuit-er on bar:!, and workmen
ready etr.ploved, we can erect buddirss on short notice.
31 KERN AN FIERCE,
ajD-dtf Real Estate Asr
SUMMER GARDEN WILL BE OPENED ON THE
Corner of Alabama ds Washington Sts.
On the rvriiiii:;of .tluy Tili.
line .h.v'.e trfe and nice shnibN-ry. The very be-t
K' reireMin.ei.is aiwaja uu ..ai.u.
C. t. PEA1JSON,
rilYSICIAN AND SUWIEOX.
OFFICE NO. 3G EAST MARKET STREET.
Residence No. 93 North T-T.ness-e strret.
tufice hour 7 to V A. M., 1 to .1 ainl T to p. M.
aaroaTKD tiraissLT oa tum dailt rraT kekttxcl.
LATEST Wa&R NEWS.
THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
SEVERE ND CONTINUED FIGHTING.
The Hcbrts still Falling Back hut
Iti.sitlii Every Step.
Grant Gradually Closing in
The Siege of the ltcbcl Csipilal
CONGRESS AND THE BANKS.
Ac, Ac., Ac, Ac Ac.
' t'roin'tcu- Vor.
New Yokk, June 1. TheHfralJ'd .pecialdis
patch dated Old Tavern Church, Va., May 30,
Wc h;ive again fl.inked the enemy. Oar forces
were withdrawn from the iiurth hide of the Xortlt
Anna river last Thursday and Friday.
Sheridan . with Torbett'd and Greg's uivis-
ons of cavalry, matched ull nipht.and on Thurs
day moriiinp the lords on the Tamuukey were in
At üabney s rerry, Iiaker's Sorth Carolina
brigade opposed our advance and resisted whet
we laid our jontoons.
Custar and Dennis brigaded drove them off to
Hanaver C. H., killing many and capturing a
litrne number of prisoners.
The Gth currs was soon at our heels. Thee
came the 5ih and 9th.
Lee was doomed to disappointment. His
elaborate fortification would not serve him.
(Irant wan on his riirht flank, and must awav to
On Satuiday morning Gregs's division wa?
fired into near JJawe's Shop. D tvis' brigade wa?
in the advai.ee. The woods seemed alive with
rebels, and they toon began to resound with
sharp volleys Irom our carbines. In a short
time Davis' entire brigade was fighting in good
Col. Gregg was ordered to support Davis, and
the remainder of the division was hotly engaged.
Fitzhugh Lee commanded in person. His cav
alry corps were all fighting, assisted by a brigade
ol fire eaters from Sjuth Carolina, commanded
by Col. Dutler These men had just arrived
from the seaboard, and admit the warmth of the
reception our men gave them, and for a long time
he'd Fitzhugh Lee back.
We found the rebels strongly entrenched in
the woods, with heavy guns in position; but with
every advantage on their side, they were badly
beaten, flying from the field in great confusion,
leavinj: their dead and wounded in our hands, and
over 1(50 prisoners.
Lee's army occupied trenches about llcadow
and Bottom bridges the day communication with
the White Hou.-e was opened.
The Pamunkey is full of trausports aud gun
boats. We expect Gen. Smith will join ua with his
command in two days.
Hancock nude a mighty effort about dusk last
night to relieve Warren, who had been slightly
pressed during the afternoon. Our loss is very
The siege of Richmond has begun.
The JHerald'ö special gives the following ac
count of a cavalry fight on Saturday:
As the fight waxed hot, Custar's brigade was
ordered to assist Davis and Gregg's in putting
the enemy to rout.
Custar moved up the road and dismounted his
Davis opened a gap in his line to m ike way for
a Michigan brigade.
The line was immediately joined, and forming,
an assault commenced.
It was just in the nick of time, for at the same
moment a brigade of fresh troops reinforced the
enemy; b::t nothing could withstand the terrible
volume of iron hail which our boys now poured
into their ranks.
Back they went, South Carolinians and all, for
a mile and a half, with fearful loss.
At 5 o'clock the battle ended, and we had the
Three of our brigades had whipped a whole
The Trovost Marshal counted 126 dead rebels
in a small space, just in Davis' front, but these
could not have embraced half their dead.
There were loads upon loads of their wounded
carried from the field, and our hospitals contain
about forty of their men mortally or severely
Our total loss was 3C5. We took 100 prison
oners. This was the s-horteat cavalry fight of
The Times special, under date of the 31st, 1
P. M., says:
The rebel papers yesterday claim that Fitzhugh
Lee and Hampton met a whole corps on Satur
day night; in fact we had only Gregg's Division
and one of Torbeit's brgades engaged. They
admit a defeat and loss of 100, and that they
were obliged to leave their dead and wounded in
our h ind. They admit a lo?s of 1 G 1 in the Gth
South Carolin: alone.
At midnight the enemy attempted to surprise
Hancock, ami threw a heavy force upon him.
They were repulsed after a short tight, and lett
400 or 500 prisoners in our hands.
During the night it was determined to advance
the whole line as far as Hancock's" front, and the
movement bean soon after daylight, and is still
Considerable musketry and artillery was hetrd,
and the enemy was evidently tn.tking some re-
As vet there L
gaemeDt. no indications of a general en-
I rom Washington.
Wamhxuton, June 1. Nothing in the tank
ing act is to be construed so as to prevent all the
sh ires of any association held bv any peror or
body corporate from beiLg included in the valua
tion of any personal property in the assessment
of taxes imposed by or under the late authority
at the place where the bunk is located and not
elsewhere, but not a greater rate than isa.sesed.
The principal changes from the original bill are.
that no birks can be organized with less cipiul
than $100,000 in null town, and iXJ.OOU in
c't'es. rith n population of over 5.000
Banks must redeem at par at National Banks
at designated places legarded as commercial
None but registered bonis can be receive! as
security for circulation nnd necessiry memoran
dum on those can be signed by an oilicer of the
bmk or by the Corur.tr jller.
Comrlete forms of all kinds to correspoad
with the new bill will be immediately prepired
by the Comptroller.
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
FflHE IKON' HARVKSTEIl IS OX EXHIEIT1UX AT
g the Curt Hutie Yard. JSlf IUker, Hand lUkrr aud
OLio Clipper. Farmers call a'.kI exaiaine thrm.
nj;-nm U AYKK, Afr-nt-
MEDICAL BOOKS, &C.
XII raVU: EVIL IX THE II ITU
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EVIL IN "THE
A TTUE AMERICAN DISrKXSARY WE TREAT BT
a new method, and with tbe hapriiost results, Vo
l.i ua lleri, (fallitifr of the womb,; Cancer a tifn I7sr
atitm, Luch'rrrken hite,) Urinary anJ all other div
ases to which the American Ftmalt U c ptKuliarilj
liable. Send three dollars and receive bj express one ol
the l'ctor' I'etn.ie Üyringe. Thi lnstmrnent sbouta
be nsed by every woman In the Und, for the purpohe of
clsanline, comfort, health, dc. Sent free on receipt
of tamp, a copy of our Private Letter to Married Ladi-a
on health, ttc. The Doctor's celebrated Female J'ilU,
fresh from tbe Dispensary, are rery good in simple dis
eases, irregularities, dr. Price 1, tent by mail.
At the American liinary we alo treat, without
mercury, and with never failing success, Vetierial, or
what the quacks call private or Hcret diseases; SypAilif
in all its stages, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Hydrocele,
Cirtocele, Varicocele, Carnocele, Jperroatorhea, Seminal
Weakness, Nocturnal Emisons. Sexual Debility, Ira
potency, and effects of seU-abu.-e. Tbe last fix are
treated of in a "private letter," hieb we send free on
receipt of stamp. ....
The experience of the Surgeon in charp-e of this de
partment in some of the best Hos-pital In Europ and in
New York City, enables him to treat patic nts sctentifical
ly and restore them speedily.
rhoe living at a distance can communicate by lette.
and be treated at their homes. In urgent cases send a
orilO and w:eive nc-dieines.
Consultation free and confidential. Room No. 24,
Eat Washington Street, Indianapolis. Y. O. Box 1264.
Galen's Head Dispensary
RT THK LKGISLATUItK OF KKNTITCKY fOR TH -
TKKATMENT of all the diseases of tiiv
CKINAKY AND GENITAL ORGANS.
mn ft a. R a fl aa Wm 3 ,
PItlCE ON LT TEN CENTS.
lote. init.y '1 Kitty t ine rotten nn 'uiraiit.ytu
AfritomyjnJ rhyw&W'fltke Swal Orf ii$if(
ta!eof fiea'th ini Iir.at.
OON A NKW METHOD TREAT
ING Vemrial Diseases, iucliin
Sypbili in ail its stages Gonorrhea, i'X
Gleet, Striciure, Varicocile, and Hydro- r4 f
cele, Diseases oi the Kidneys, Dladder, fl
Ac, with nt mercurj-I containing a val- V.t,
nable treatise on that wide-spreud mala- TVkA
dy of youth, Seminal WeaKaess, Noc- V-i !, . .
turnal EniitisioEs, Sexual Debility, lui X'i '
potency, &c, the ffcret inürmiiies of '
youth and maturity arising from the bar.fi;l haVils
of elf-abuse. To which Is adled chservstions on
Female Diseases, and other inttresrir matter of tbe ut
most importance to the marrica ar.d taoe cor.templati::
marriage, whoentertain doubtsof th?ir pbysicel b:lity to
enter that state. Sent to any address in a sealed wrap
per, on receipt of ten cents or four stamps.
We dvote our entire time and attention to the treat
ment cf the various privat? di.-a.-es treated of in our pri
vate report. Our Dispensary is the only Institution of the
kind In America which has been e tablisbed by a cpcial
charter,ant this f.ct should give It a preference over the
various quacks of doubtful character to be fuUb in al!
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES !
One department of our D;pei:sary is fpeciallydevoted
to the treatment of the Diseases of Females, such as Ln
cborrhea, or "White," Irreeular, Painful and Supprehe
Menstruation, Nervous aud General Debility, Diseacesof
he Womb, Barrenness, Ac.
Consultations aDd examinntionsf ree of charsre.
Also for sale, DR. DKWKK'S KKGULATOK PILLS
For Female Obstructions, Irregularities, Ac. Harried la
dies la certain situations should not use them, as tbey
wouldcause miscarriage. Price $ per box, and may be
sent by mail.
DR. GALEN'S PREVENTIVE An invaluable artidt
for those wishing to limit the number of their offspring,
ot the barren who desire children; warranted not to In
jure the health, and will last for a lifetime. Sent to my
address, under seal, on receipt of the price TWO DOL
LARS. PATIENTS AT A DISTANCE Fy sending a brie
statement of their symptoms, will receive a Blank Chart
containing a list of questions, our terms for the course ol
treatment, Ac. Medicines sent to any part of the country
to cure any case at home, free from danger or curiosity.
All transactions private and confidential. Remember
the came aud number.
Direct all letters to
GALKN'a HEAD DISPENSARY
decl2-C3-diwl Louisville. Ky.
I PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVICE FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. Whittier's Theory, Symptoms and Treatment
1 Chronic, Nervous, Urinary, and Sexual Diseases, free,
in a plain sealed letter envelope, for six cent to prepay
postage. It is a clear delineation of all the diseases and
conditions re.sulting from the infringement of the moral
Ias, excees, indulgences, exposures and imprudences
in married and single life. Kvery sentence eoataina in
struction to the afflicted, and should be read by every
young person, to keep them off the shoals on which oth
ers bave been broken to pieces. Amativeness clearly
stated to be under the control of Judicious treatment,
and thereby prevent inclination to one very prolific cause
of disease. Nearly every cas of disease can be treated
without hindrance to business. Medicine sent by mail,
secure from observation. Charges moderate; consulta
tions by letter or at the office free; cures guaranteed.
Office 65 St. Charles street, between Sixth and Seventh,
one square south of Lindell Hotel, P. O. Box 3092, St.
Louis, Mo. Circular Letter especially for ladies, con
taining nothing referring to Sexual Diseases for 3 cents
IT IIAS B F.F.N PF.0YED BKYOND ALL QUESTION
that Dr. Grant's Vegetable Carminative is the most
pieasar.t, safe and reliable remedy that has ever been
discovered, for Camp Diarrhea, Cholera Morbus, Bloody
Flux and all those disorders depending upon a deranged
state of the bowels.
One or two dos5 will relieve uneasiness and griping in
the stomach and bowels, and one bottle will check the
most obstinate cases of Chronic Diarrhea.
It is plea.-ant to the tane, and being prepared froai
purely harmless roots and herbs is pecu'iarily adapted to
fam-.ly ue and amoE? children.
0:i"the wrapper of each bottle will be found my fac
simile, without which none is genuine.
Tbe pr ce is Fifty Cents per bottle.
Manufactured only at my Lahra'ory, Fulton street,
New York. JOHN B. GRANT, M. D.
J. F. SKNOUR, Rruzeist, No, 5 Bates House p.lork, In
dianapolis, Indiana, Wholesale Agent for tbe We-t, to
whom all orders tbould be addressed.
NEW IRON STORE,
I'OHEUOY, FRY & CO.,
No. 24 South Meridian Street,
IMH.tri.irOLIS I.DIA A,
Hav cotu-tant'y r n hand
tKON, STKEL, NAILS, ANVILS, FELLOWS, TICES,
AILF.S, S I'RING , B0LT3. HX IXE A BLF CASTINGS,
NUTS, WASHERS.IIOF-S5? SHOES, HORSE SHOE
NAILS, WHEELS. HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
SHAFTS, LTGGY AND WAGON BOWS,
CHAINS, FLOtf niNDS.AC, AC.
The Ohio Rivtr Salt Company.
The Madison Tur! Starch Company.
J"7They will sell all articles in ther line at thelowest
rOMEKOT. FRY A CO.
NEW ARMY WATCHES.
A RR AND ALE Jfc CO.. Importers, 157 Broadway, N. Y.
want Agnt in every county and every reeiment
lor toe aale of their new styles of Watches. Unuua!y
beral term are oT-red to Agmt. Srnd for circular.
Cl RES Coizbs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, aiid
Conscmptiuo. lr is only rc8ary for ary on
troubled witu thes complaicU to try ne bottle of
Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough
To convt:x;e U.em that it U the Lt prejara.Ion ever
ned. It not on:y cxire tte above affection of the threat
anl Innjr, bot it ctires Nttt Swea's and Spittin; cf
I'.lood. and is an excellei.t sarnie for any kind uf Sore
ILroat. It is pleasant to Ua.e, a:id a ale medicine for
Price 50 cents per bottle. For sale ty DruzjUU fn
erally. For by W. I. Ha-kit Co, Browriin? k Sloan.
St-wart & iloriraa, TomliUAon & Cox. J. F. Senocr and
Fer A Ycher. marT-llyeoiUwjT
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
rrtHE MOST t-CONOJflCAL, HEALTHY AND DE
f liciou beverage in use, p.cinic the rich Cavor of
the Java Co2ee, without any of its lrjuri-u effects on the
For aal by all retail grocers tLruothout the State, and
at wholesale by HAW YEH A STAKR!TT,
Wholesale Grocers, No, 13 SoDth Meridian street, and
o?e aa;eiit far Indiatia. yl-dtf
-n : :t.t
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BUT A GENUINE WAI.TIIAM WATCH If je
adarabU and ro!ibli tim -kvrjr.
BUT A GENUINE VALT1! AM WATCII-it rt.L-
and U worth diob; tU iri.-e of ihr wrthW KrnUl
aJ Snisi wtcht4.
GENUINE WALTHAM "WATCHKS. t..l- e r.l
for CtrM I'mjimrrrt ra. C m.
GENUINE WALTII AM X ATt HEa; ma-U ev;e.y
for Soldier bry huut i nf -ra aw, rnrat. tisur kjr.
We get oitr Watrhea dirett tnnn th KaDbfactury, and
keep dod. bvt tit gpuuio.
SINGLE WATCHES SEM TO Mi l.M I US orther
in watit of a tim-k-irr, nt .ho -;UU rtr.
TU trad uj-r'UJat Urtoiy j.rnt-., N n. It a cir
W also bar. a larg rrh'ty T -r ... .J ia
Watch e, Fine Jew; Iry a:iJ Niil i:r . f-
W. P. BINGItAM i CO..
50 Eat Washington Street,
S. .r k.,l VII...- Itall.
WK KEEP ON II AND AND JAKE TO OltDF.H, ALL
kindn of Marble Mo!in:nei;t and Grave StoDea,
carve to order, with dcMm, ert bb m, or devic that way
be wanted. Thos desiring anythir.j; tn ar line will do
well to frire n a call, a we ne i tue b it tLe bet material
and insure al work M dAwly
l1 YOU W.vNT
Sle.ua Engines or Boilers
PATENT FI HE EVATOIiATORS. PATENT
SUGAR CANEMILLS, PATENT STEAM
PATENT STAMP MILLS
For Pike's Peak or lake Suptrior
Send for Circular?, with Ctta and Descriptions,
Prices, etc., etc. A 10,
SAW KILLS, FLOURING KILLS,
Machinery of all Inscriptions.
SETNTX) FOR CT2Z.CTJUJttS.
1. V. CiATIx, Prrsldrtnt.
N. P..Apent ar.teil everywhere.
Tor ISals. .Tlicc, Koaehc. Anls.
Bed Ilu?f Cloths In I'urs Wool
fiivAr., Iiivot tvoti l'luiits, I'oulv,
A ui inn Is, At.
pBt up in 2.1c, FOc arid f 1 Pox, Hottle. arid Flka.
3 and to sizes for Hotels, lAx Iititat.cr. Ac.
"Only Infallible reineres knt wn."
Free from poisons."
"Net dangerous to the Ilumtn Famllx."
"Kat corse tret cf their h - to i.e."
rSoll Who!ea!e la all laree clta.
PrJo'd by all iHTirifina ad Krtair everywhere.
TTPT Erwaai!:: of ail wonLle taiutiona.
jTtrs' that CT4a,a,, banie is on each Box, Dot
tle and Flask, before yoa bcv.
JTAddreM IIi:ICV It. CinTAU.
rrTawrrAL Daror ill Eaoi&war, N. T.
BKOW.MX Sc SLOAJV.
Wholesale and Eu:i A;eLts, Ind'aErKil, Ihd.
A SURE CURE!
EVEETEODYia beir. cared of thU l.re,Ir.g d;a-ea-e
Ij the use cf .
DR. STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY.
Lead what a teuerer tijr
Mr. J. P. Haaarde, 164 Second meet. CiDclmati, Cv.
ay L baa been a drea tfal uSerer w.th lle for a lotis
Ume, and has tried r.eartr everything, and could obuin
io relief. U nsed aboct one-foarn of a pot of Dr.
Strkilaid's Pl'e O.ct asent. ani rt tnade a cvns?lu care.
He ad-W every one aoCering to try It.
f.UtyaIiDmc?istati'iceiitsii rx-t. Manc'acture4
at N. Eat Fourt treet, Ciaciuna U. O. Ask for
Strickland's Flit llemedy.
Fr ai t y W. L UaltH A Co, ErowtiBf k Sloan.
Sum art A Jforjcan, J. P. Stnour, T(m!inoo k Cox aoJ
Etr Wocher. tarTllyvodlsrly
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