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Hessian Fly. -Wheat
being the great staple of the west, erery thing, therefore, which effects its culture will be interesting, not only to the farmers, but to the whole community. And as the fly, is a formidable enemy, of tbat.precious grain, a short history of a may not fye amiss. Here, is a description we believe, from the pen of W. Gaylord: "It 13 & very small black insect, not so largo as a moscheto, with two fine trans parent wings, from the roots of which three, ribs diTerge, as through the leaf of a plant. The body. ; when examined by a micro scope, is found to be divided into foui seg ments -with a few hairs observable on each. The legs are yellowish cast, and transparent; the ' head inflected with a short proboscis. ; "This, as is common with nearly all other insects passes through four distinct stages of eiiMence: 1st, the egg: 2d, the larva; 2d the pupa, or dormant state; and 4tb, the perfect or winged insect. In this part of the country it passes though two generations in one season, and at tacks the wheat both in spring and au tumn. The fly or perfect insect deposites the eggs in autumn, soon after the young plants appear above the ground, between thejowest part of the leaf and that part which forms .the stem, and as near the ground as possible. It resembles at first a very small white nit and a) it grows large becomes a sluggish, and almost in animate maggot of white color In this state the proper and most natural food is the sap of that kind of green wheat which has the most delicate straw. It remains in this situation during the whole winter, apparently in this chrysalist state, without suffering any injury from the frost or snow; and in the spring, as soon as it is warm enough, and generally about the time veg etation has fairly commenced, it is trans formed into the fly. In this state it lays its eggs between the stem aud sheath, which encloses it as before described, and dies and a new generation succeed?. "The eggs are soon hatched by the warmth of the season, and the young in sects may be discovered iu the form of small white maggots, within the sheath of straw, and just above the lower joint. They here continue to feed on the sap and ine tender nbre3 of the plant, by which it either withers and dies, or is stinted in its growth, so that the grain does not arrive at maturity. They are changed into the pupa state before harvest, and at this sea son, while the wheat is still green, their presence maybe readily detected by walk ing through the field, and pressing the heads with the fingers those which feel soft and unfilled with grains, are thosr which have been injured by the insect; and if such stalks be examined, they will be found near the lower joints, somewhat re sembling a flax seed, but smaller and slenderer, and of a dark brown color. They continue in this state until after harvest, and may be found upon stubble in the field. Early they, pass into their state, lay their eggs in the young plants of wneat as. before described. When the fly is about to issue from the pupa state into that of a perfect insect, it disengages itself by boring a small, round hole through the brown case in which it is enclosed, and through the sheath of the wheat iust opposite to the place where it is lodged.and this hole may be easily discovered as long kuo oiuuuiu remains enure. , ,Hj5at ofthe Eabth.A late scion tific paper assert that the temperature in an Artesian well at Neuffen, in the king, dorn of YVertemburg, exhibits a more rap. .-v.v . mo.ierapenure in propor Jion to the depth than has hitherto been known in any other locality. In most of the Artesian . wells, it has been found that the temperature increases about one de gree for every 100 feet, but at Ntjuffon it r is one degree -to every 33 feet. - The depth of the -welfis 1250 feet, and the temperature of the bottom is about 104 degrees Fab. The nearest approach to this great exception from the normal state ofthings is at Mount Morin, in Tuscany; and it is ortby of; remark that at both places, the bottom of the well is 120 feet fu-0lBl.Le.le)'el of the sea- The writer thmks that the cause of the anomalies is aun?e.nt heat -C ignited rocks, hich being very slow conductors of heat- communicate but a very small portion of it to the surrounding strata; or it would appear inai the crust of the earth is thin, nerat these places, and consequently that the. approach to the internal surface is more rapid than at other places. The Nes Perce Indians, in Oreyon. are said to be making considerable pro- 3 . , , jtuey lnnaoit a esirable country, and are paying atten. UxiQ to agriculture, and havo a large num. Aer of horses and cattle. - They are more .neat m tnejr dress and more industrious iu ineir habits than other tribes of In v j - omo missionaries have estab lished schools amongthera. Mr. Spauld ing has translated a portioa of the Serin tares into .their language; it is written with English letters, but Indian words. A frsvalla r-.. .... , w iiumwregOD eZQIDited tO US yesterday a manuscript book neatly written in that language by a Nes Perces In: dian. It was a copy of the translation f the New Testament, by Mr.- Spaulding na was wen executed. The education and civilization of the aboriginal tribes uoum oe encouraged St. Louis Era The Lake Route. Hr. Hall, the snt of the Lake route, says: "The only iu mc traino roaa is, inaioc. casionallv, when erain fielda are enclosed on euher side, the crops are sometimes eo neavy as to crowd the fences out some tour or five rods esch way, and hence the umercasto jog tDem i0 now and then! TTr ca DTj-m ads -. c 46x11- ir G Eastern and Domestic man- t lAcure, 101 iije ftt uomutocx's Variety Store. V-Curran's ruling passion .wa3. Jus joke. In his last illness, his physician observing in the morning, that he seemed to cough with more difficulty, be answered, "That is rather surprising, as I have been prac tising all night." : .-; . v In Chancery. Will County Circuit Court, October Term ,: 1846. - . : Thcmat O Rumble, v VS. Bill for Divorce. Elisabct'i Humble It appearing by affidavit filed In this cause, that the said defendant is not a resident of tne State of Illinois Notice is therefore hereby given to the said defendant, that a oill fr divorce ha been filed Against her in the Clerks O:3co of said Court by the said complainant, and that a sunt moiis has been issued thereon, and that snless she, :h said defe idant shall, be and appeal before the Circuil Court of said will county, to be neld at iheCou.t House, in Jnlieton the second Mon-lay after the fourth Monday of September next, and answers the said complainants bill of Complaint, the same will be taken as confessed agaiut her, and a decree entered accordingly. - Wot. SMITH, Clerk Looi Sc Hawlev, Sol's for complainant. Auguu 4th 1846. - . Grundy County Circuit Court. - To THr! OCTOBER TEHU TUEREOF A. P. 184G. State if Illinois, ss. f3r'indy Cojnty James T urner. vs. Adam Lamb. In Attachment. frHOT(CE is hereby given to said defendant StSI Ihtt sfMrit of attachment issued out of the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of, in, and for the county of Grundy aud State aforesaid on the second day of June A. 1, 1646, for the the sum of $K43,73, whicn writ has been re:nrned by the Sheriff" of said cnontv executed. Now, unlets you the said defendant shall appear before the Circuit Court of said county of Grundy, on the first day of the next term tnereof, to be ho den at the Court Houte iu Morris, on the first Monday after tne f or th Monday of September n: at, to w'.t, on Monday the fifth day of October, give bail an 1 plead according flaw and rules of said court, judgment will be en:eied and the estate so attached will be sold. GEORGE II. KIERSTED, Clerk. E. H Little, JitCy Jot Plaintiff. Morris, 30f.Ii July, A. D. ld4G. nS 4w Grundy County Circuit Court, TO THE OCTOBER TERM THEREOF, A. D. 164l. State of Illinois,) 0.2 Grundy County, ( William E. Armstrong Lamb.- In Attachment. vs. Adam IfOTICE is hereby given to said defendant that a wril of attachment issued out of the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of in, r.nd for the county of Grundy and State aforesaid. on the 31 day of July, A. D. 1846, for the sum of $124, 70, which writ has been teturned by the Coroner f county, executed. Now, ui les th! said defendant shall appear before the Circuit Court of said county of Grundy, on the first riay of the next Term thereof, to he holden at the Court House in Morris, n the first Monday after the fourth Monday of September next, to wit, on Monday the fifth day ol Octohei, give bail and plead becoming t law and rules of said Court, judgment will be entered and the estate so attached will he sold. CEDRGK II. KIERSTED, Clerk. P.. M. Little, JiWvfor PiCff. Morri. Mil, July. Is4fi. ; nfl 4w Sale ui r School limits. NOTICE is hereby given, that I shall offar at Public Sale, at the Court House in the town of Jnliet, V ill county, III .t on the Eighth day of September next, Section tdxieen, ToMiiihip thirty- seven, Kange nine east, in lots of forty acres. I rin of 8;i!e, Cash the purchaser having th? privilege ot borrowing the amount of his hid, for from o.ie to five year., by giving th requisite se cuurity. . . A map and valuation of said la-td may be seen at my ornce, any time previous to the day of ?le This section is situated in Oregon Precinct, and contains some ol the best quality cf prairie land in th county. Sale to commence at lOo'rlock A. M. GLOUGE S. FAKE. School Co.nm. of Will co. JI1. Jnliel. Ju'y 2. IH4H ' " . JEDD1AH WOOLLEV JH., OL'llVEYOR AND AGENCY OFFICE, CHICAGO STKEEL, JOLItT, ILL. Will atte.td to Surveying or giving debcrintiont of Land or Town lots in Will, Kendall, Grundy, or La-Salle rounties o all those who shall favor him with a call; and will have at all times on hand Maps of the above counties, with correct delineations of Timber and Prairieand Streams, with fallsof water wherever tuey occur, either on the Des Plaines, Du Page,K uikakee, or Illinois rivers; end also the principal Koads: together v ilh a reprsenUlion of the Illinois & Michigan Canal. The experience JUr. Wooley has had as Sur veyor in iha above countieu' in the last fifteen years will warrant him in raying that he can tjivc general satisfaction, In all cases his charges will be reasonable, and prompt in his attention to business.- II if office nearly opposite th Eagle Tavern. Jiefereueet. .How J WCNTWORTU. J " o. w, dole, ( Chicago - R. L. wii.soy, -1 Joliet. Mtr 5, IS45. 4Ttf ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTCIE is hsreby given thst by virtue and in pursuance ol a decretnl ordr of the Circuit Court of Winnebago county, made at tha April l crm tnereoi A. U 1943, for the sale of th real estate of which Georzo W. Lee.; lata of said county died seized for the purpose of oavine the just debts of the estate of George W. Lee, I shall expose to Sale at rublic Veiuue.on Wednesday the 19th of August next, at I o'clock .P. M. at th t Clerks Office in Joliet i Will county Illinois the following described Lot, or . parcel of Land, situated in that part ot the Town bf Joliet in the ua.su ii .na. pan ui in Anwn OI JOIiet llr III eoonty of Will and state of I115nois,Ioited and rrcorded as West Juliet, and described as Loi d Lot number Ten in Block number Ten, on which there is a small dwelling house. . - Said Sale to be on One veat's credit. CYRUS F. MILLER Admi nistrator ' df AonI noTi of the Estate of Geo. W.Lee decM. ; July 11th 1816 , - . w 6w ' NOVV openin at Lowes, : , 3a pieces Rich Gtngham Lawn Gingham nd Balxorinee. V ; v ' - : jun .'8 7 At Lowe's, on CMeago Street, GtiOlCE GiaoUilk CaT Brush and Fur j,atacrthAiijL'bura Hats, Ashland Sportin tlats,r Afihland Fourth Sporting iJats Bi'k Giazed Hats. 25 doz. Pain, Leaf Hmb. ' 2000 YD, bumuisr Pantaloon stuff u.UU J yd Calico . from 5rt .. .tin,srripe Jaconets, v, Swiss Mull, -Plain d0: HO Book do Nan feouk Moll, - w ic. ' .; Which comprise an assortment not to be met with in the markst, which th, Ladie, Bre particularly invited to call aud look at. , jun 33 - - ' Crc2srls3 at Y7fcoisalS" BEMMUND &, WOOD oSt. for saU by tU quantity, an assortment of Tea, bugar moiasses apices, Candle, tcip, Tobacco. Le ).. IIVI.. r..L Pi w ? " i wr -wijr vuii mgre." J ant yt 4b. I JEW DAVID'S Honey Coa t e d5 Pi 1 1 s. ' The public hav for.a long time been acquaint. ed with the superior rirtuesot the famous "1 lit brew Pla8t," and it Is deemed a work of su- pereogation to go into an extemlod expose of in properties and truly wonderful effects upon the human system. A lew weeks since wj published extracts from several letters fioin aecnis who are selling this Pliter aud the;VMET able Persian Pills," to give an idea of the estimation iu wmcn tnese esutontnea ramny medicines are held by th6 public. In addition to the Hebrew Plter- and I crsian Pill.i w now have the proud satisfactioii-of calling; the attention of the afflicted in Will and the acijoininif counties, to a medicine that bid fair to supercede almost all othcis. It is no other than JEW DAVID'S HONEY COATED PiLLS. The public have long called for a Suar Coat ed rill thit could be deiirnded u?.n. as thev hive been so olten imposed upon by some spuri ous article that is uidde of inferior Qualities of medicine, that is not fit to be taken into the hu- ma yteni; and by their being coated over, the impurities ff the articles of whhh ihey are made are hid from the public, and thus the community have been deceived. "" We know that the public have been appealed to times out of number, to tet the woadei f.il vu ues of various Pilis . The Jaw David Honey Ca:ed Pills, only claim a mo lest share of what is claimed by the most of tue 1 il.s of tue day We think that it is endeavoring to impo-e upon the good sense of the community to say that the Jew David' rill, or any other pill will cure all the diseases that afflict humanity but we do say that for U1I10114 diseases, Liver complaint . Cos livene?, u.liuui Cholic, Pain i.i the side ana head, there is nothing De.ter t.iat can oe taken, that will so soon remove the above difficulties. And a pill that can be taken without offending the patient's stomach, is a consideration ofmucn importance. These pills operate without caus ing any pain or griping, such as is experienced ly the majority oi pills. The J ew David's Honey Coated Pills are a modification of the Persian or Kesun eet'on r'ill!. The most valuable articles in the Persian PilU are retained in. the lloiey Co ned Pills ren- j . t .. uering inein inucu more vaiuaoie, as well rii p.i.- ataDie to the iaste. I heir value has been f:nrly and fully tested and notwithstanding the high estimation whioh the Persien Pills justly boast. we connoentiy rxcommena the Uoney Coated Pills to be equal with the Persian. The long ex pericnce we nave u..a in dealing in the rersi.in rill?, :ias taught us that very few medicines can compete with them: but we do believe that if t.iey had been coated, they would have been more ex tensively introduced, and we would unhesi:ati;ig- ly say, that the public can pU the same con fidence in these pill?, as has always been placed m tru- ceiehraiecl reman Tills and Jew David's Hebrew Piaster. The name of the Jew David' uoney coated riiis hai been given this article. that ti e people may be assured that it is no hum- lu, and that all that are acqi.a.mod with the eel brated Jew JJavid's t'la-ter may not heiwte io try them, and recommend them to theii friends. We shall only give the name of two or three Physicians that have thoroughly tested the mid. icai qirtimes or tnese rills, mi l lt..ive it with the public to j.j gp 1 ho first is nut of our most em inent physicians, und well known tluoughou Will county. Joliet, 111., July 2W, 1S4R nlr. H,. laylor: I he p-ist three month'', i have used in my practice about ten dozen hoxesot i .lk Sft-ia. . ... ine -rorsinn nm," and within the past three week?, several boxes of your "Jew David's Hon ey coated til.'s," nnu .Relieve theih b 'h to be admirably adapted to tSe diseases of the Western country, l cons.der them a safe and effieiem cathartic, in cases where the object is to cleans the ry tern and punf) the blond. In an extensiva practice of more than ticentu r . .. . & yearj, i never iouiki a Deiter pi! to be U3ed as n family medici e, than the "Persian Pills" and . . ... . the "Jew uavid's Honey Coatart Pills ' anl cheertully recommend them as such. Yours truly, M. K. DROWN SON. Albany, March 6, IS4R. Mr. Taylor: I have analyzed tlm Jew Da vid's Ho.iey Coated Pills, and have found the. to be composed nf the, most approved and vatuii- bio articles in Materia Medica and in all case whe e I have known them tried, they h.tve given perfect satistacuou. . D. GORDON, M. D. Attice. June 21. Iri4fi. Mr. Taylor: I have ued your Jew Divid's iney Coated Pills, in -my practice, with the happ.es! resjlt, and can cheerfully rccommeiid to theamictcd as the best pi I s now in usa ' - N. S. WELLES, M. D. Manufactured by E. TAYLOR, Rochester, NY., Successor to Comstock ..& Co., and pro- -. - -1 . . . prieror r-i ino ceiroraien jew JJavid's fla-ler. A neat and valuable pmnphlet relating to the above medicines can bs had gratis of thn follow ing gentlemeu who are the authorised agents for the sale of the genuine Hebrew Plaster, Persian i ins, and Jew David's Honey Coated Pills, Be ware of counterfeits as they aro a&oat. For Sale by ' . BROWN i CO., East Joliet. , GEO. II. WOODRCFF, West JolioU -GEORGE SNOAD, Plainfield. E E. BUSH; Lockport. T. L. BOUGHTOV, Yorkville. J. W. PICKERING, Newark. .11. D. RISLKY, Wilmington. ' -r rice or rias'.er, ou cts. per box containing suthcent to spread 6 or 8 plasters. i rice oi rills, 25 cts. per hox coiuainine 30 to Jo pi. Is. , :T...' ? FILER, Sol, Agent, ior uiinois and Wisconsin. All orders address ed to him at Joliet, ill,; will meet with prompt CLEMEN'S iXDlAX TONIC. Infallible cure for ChilU or Gertie Fever. ' . And a Sure Remedy for Billiou, Hemit. tent ana other revert. - This Invaluble Medicine is purely yeg wtayv s THE unexmpled success of this truly unri- --- ... --"i .6 ,n a iew nours wnere " otuerremeoies nave tailed, and that too, in cases of from six months to ten years standing warrant f aasaefiAn' k Z r . "i win iiiicciioiiB, ii i lnianiDie. A long list of cenincates m prooi itnulallibility, might be ad ded; but those upon the wrapper are deemed suf- ncient. : , - . . .- t- .... ..v ,u .oi nausoaiiiig. nor does it operate upon the bowels; but its salutary action upon the wholcystem is so charming, that etery one is highly r elighted at their speedy recovery nea.in oucn a remedy, the r.fflicted have long oeen in want of one that cure tpeTdily and pea n.iiiiumijjwnr, iacr usual caution to improve exposure is ohsorved . v ' (ttfrFrom the great: popularity f this modi- cine, many imitations professing to -be CLEM ENS INDIAN TONIC, are afloat. Therefore oe sure to ask for that prepared by G.j:0. W. uuudb, Nashville Toiusssee, who is sole pro prietor. . . -.-.- - -; -.-. - - - ; CAUTION.To pievent fra ud observe upon the directions upon the bottle, the written siena- nire or ceo. w. Mouse. Aiso mouded in the bott e an Indian, with the wcrds "Clemens' In dian ionic, prepared b? Geo. W. House." All Others are eoanierfieit. " v"- - . ; - rorsae by George H. Woodruff, Joliet 10 2 BOTTLES QUININE, for sale at : jun 3 LOW E'S, Chicago s. QHOVELS, FlCKSi and BARS, can be ha ss-f cneap as MAi lteUN'S 1 ALU Canacllaii Vermifuge. The remedy to which we would call the atten tion of the pjblic, is one which has proved sue cessful for some time; and it is universally ac knowledged by all who have tried it, to be far su perior to any other medicine evtr einp.oyed in diseases for which it is recommanded. It not on ly destroys worms and invigorate the whole sys tem, but il dissolves and carries uTihesjpera bundant slime or mucus, sir prevalent in th? stsm ach nnd bowels of children, more eapeci..lly those in had health. The mucus forms the bed or nest in which worms prodnce their young, and by re moving it, it is impossible for worun io .em tin in the bodv. It is harmless in its effects on the sys tem, and t!u hal:h of th2 person is always im proved by its use, even w hen no worms are dis covered. It will he seen by the following s'atrimmt that Mr. McCord hid, previous to us.ng Winer's Canadian V rmifoge," resorted to various pre, a.alioin lecnmmended lor ""ormH, without any advantage thin ofitsulf, is sufficient to thn fcupe- tionty of this preparation over all ntheis for tiui ilar nurpoies Brooklyn, January 13th, 184 fi McssrJ. John Winer and Co. Sirs: 1 am hip py to have it in my power to Dear ttmmony ol the good (ffrtois attending the use of your Canadi an Vermifige. ' My child r,f two yrars of ae, hai beon i'l for somi even montus, and had Dually hecomc so emaciated, that we disponed of its recovery. upi'osing the c.uua oi r.s sickns8 was worm?, va give her vnrious insd;cines recomme'idcd in sj it case, bui tucv oronuced no boiieticial el- (ecu. We had given h r i as pan recover", W'len we weie rnc 'inineivied by a iriend, vuo had- heard of your medicine, to give itJi tna we iid so without any expectation of its being serviceable, hut to our c.reat joy and surprise, al ter site had taken six do-c?, nnd six onl; , fIhj be gan gradually to recover, and is now in beuei health than the has In en fr ten mo -.tiis. 1 can now recommend your "Jana lian Ver mifuge" with the greatrst confidence, an I as n friend to tlm young poition of the human f'lii ly. who suffer Irom voriii. 1 am g' d to bs able ) give such decided confidence in the succes-l ol your medicine, an I am Willing you h uld reler to ma !ii3' persi ns who may have doubts an tut- soint Yours, trulv. GILES McCORD. The "Canadian VTer-nifuge" is o.tly 5 ceils per liottle and is much plevanter than any m ose. Prenared onlv hv John Wi ler "& Cc . o3 I Maiden Lane. N. Y. Sold bv CHAS CLi; M EN I', agent for Joliet ; also by L. M. BOYCK. ng.-ni fur t -Ine ig'. IU. HULL'S B f -V.t .l'v aCiMHl v'e..t'-l ly llltf 1'rtC lt III Us the most scientific an. I suicessl'ul prepaiatinn ev er discovered for the relief of coughs, cold-, co - tiinptiin&, asthoia, whooping cough, catarrh, lightness ot Ve l.jngs nr chest, i;mcn;ti, n-id similar pu unnary ati-tic:is 1 hey are made from the mot valuable experinrant or cough nied- icii es, nnd re undnuhtedly superior to eveQ'thing n use for th se comtilaiuti. Sold by IJkow.n a. Cc.', Jolie!; W. S. Myer. Lockport. CHILDREN- CRY FOR allEUMAS'S IcdicattMl l.ozeiigc. rfHKSE celebrated Lozenges are now oflfeied i io the citizens of Jolietnnd the West, nsthe hp it preparions (for the cure of the various .isea- ses for which they are recommended) ever olTered to the public. 1 hsy consist of COUGH LOZLWGES, Whic'i are the safet and most effectual remedy for Cough, Coles, hoopingcough. Asthma. &c ever offered to the pub'in They rperatr by pro moting expectoration, llaviug the irritation of coughing, and removing the ca-ise of the disease WOSM LOZENGE3. T.ie only infallible Worm medicin". ever disco. ereo. in over uu.uiiu cases tnev nave never Afl t,.l . been known lu fail. Many diseases nrie from worms and ocrasion long and ini'-nse 'uffenne &. even death without their ever being suspected when one dose of these Lozenges would speedily cur them . CAMPHOR LOZENGES, For Nervous or Sick headache. Palpitation of th heart, lassitude and nervous affections eenernllr CATHARTIC LOZENGES. The best cat!. artic medicine for removing bile fro n th system r.nd preventing attacks of the billi'usand intermtttaut fevers of this s;cliort o the country." Shcruax's Toor-Man's Pi.ASTrR." This Plaster, of which over 1,000,000 are sold yearly, is believed tn be tha best pi a iter for rheu matism, lumbago, pain in the back, side, breast. or any other part cfthe body, ever prepared, and us price lomy ris,i Dnnas it witnm tneret.rii of every petou in the community. Cured for 30 Cents! DR. SHEMAN'S FEVKR &. AGUE LOZ ENI-'E4,' which are unrivalled in the ciiie ofthi .listresfcing disease, are nrw offered to the publir at the low price of FIFTY Cent per Box. They have been used in t'tousand of cases, within the last three vcara in Illinois nnd town, and rarelv, if etLT. failed in curing the disease. Be side? which, the disease will not relurnif the di rections are followed. - ' ftyThe above medicines are for sale by Brown O, lift M. II. Demmnnd. Joltel- E. Bjh, Lockport: Wm. Grin:on, Plainfield Joliet, Sept. IG, 1845. v.'l.iU ly- - .. wolves! wolves! . O LVES can be destroyed by cabling at T F Wattisons, and purehastng a small qu it.- tty NirUnine- 0k i Pocset Knive. from fif to 10s Ju 0fVf received at the City Cash Stork - Mry It) DEMMOND & WOOD. .VIES' SHOVELS For sale at Lowe's Cheap re. GUM Ela.niw or pair," fro nnd Web Brakes, by the unz m a tiu to iocts. ar the Mone Siorfi, East Joliet. 20S ere r L A iv i' Li foi sale at Lowe. heptore. ." S PIEUI PIECES. Alapacas directly, from New soma very, rich, - sell. ng. cheap at LOWE'S, Chicago-st. 50 Pairs BUCK GLOVES and Mittens at at Lowe's. at bnrcain.- -: ' - Ft. Fibs. Mar-htil's paitent Linen Thread tale by the pound, at Mattesoh't, 1500 PAIRS BOOTS.: SHOES for sale at Lowts Cheap Store. ' I OXHsfl. TOU-NUH NAILS for sale at AtiUl wi Ctieat -s:o.-fi. JOLIET HAVE RECEIVED, and are prepared in off-r "o the. Inhabitants of Joliet, and the public grrierailr at their Store opposite the "National Hotel." the BEST SELECTED AND AlO.aT EX VtWnl V w n iU K F II AUD WARE, ?ver offered in this maiket. Our goods were .recently '.jurchtsed of the Manufacturer and Importer, at the Lowest New York Cash Paicea, which vill enable us to e I fm ready pay, at a smaller ndv.tr.ee on cost, than e-.er before sold in this place. Among their articles may be found the following: Pocki t ami Table Cutlurv. Shear and f-cusore, . Lock and Latches', " CutPtrl wrought nails, Simmonds' aud IIur.t's nxe?, Sed Irocs, y. IIorfe,ihoe ' St white w brushes Ilay and Ma nun Foik. Brnts and Jep'd Candlekttcks, P.tiy anl Glass, , ' -. draught and Trace Chains, 'y' " Biitonnia Teapots,' Socket and firmer Chisels, Shovel, Spades and Sloes,-''"-C irpemers and Jbine.V Tools, : Blacksmith Anvi!i n.xd Vice, ; Hope and (ur. I UU A Waggon and Bugev Tire, Enfli.-h and. Plow Steel, Steel Spring, Wagon nnd Buggy. Boxes. Also, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF STOVES, COMPRISING, Four, Sis Boilers, Elevam!, mens. Parlor, Cook, P.ate, Box and Sheet Iron Stoves of the latest, best and most approved patterns. - They are Manufacturers of aiH D'alers in Plr.ih Tin and Japasd Ware of all kinds, wholesale and retail . Repairing do e, nnd Eave-Troun and Conluctor pipe, put upon a'tort dotice . At we find it difficult to enumerate all rf r.ur good, we wotiiH respecifulli Solicit the attention of those wishing to purchase silricfe is to say, we are inclined and will sell owr gnois very cut at for Cash! Joliei. June. 1". T34fi. ' . . : ' - " ' , ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC. VEItSCS. S A R SAP A R I'L L A THIS MEDICINE has acquired an extended and established celebrity throughout the couutrv, which has been sustained by its virtues and effi- cacy alone, as a remedy for -SCROFULA, or Kings Evil, ULCERATED SORE THROAT. ". Long-standing RHEUMATIC Affections, Diseases of the SKIN, White Swellings, Diseases of the BONES, all Ulcerous Cases, SYPHILITIC & MERCURIAL Diseases, Affections of the liver; DYSPEPSIA: COSTIVENESS; all CHRONIC &. NER VOUS Complaints, occurring in debilitated and cachectic constitutions: Diseases caused by an IMPURE State of the BLOOD: Over SYPHILIS, and those very disagreeable Affeclinns resultinir therefrom, and which have Sold by CHAS. CLEMENT, agent for Chicago. . . And Vegetable Tonic and Restorative Bitters , A RE acknowledged by the hunrlred; and thou J sands who are using them, to' be not only the most mil I and pleasant.in their operation, but thn mrst per ectly innocent, safe, and efncic.il medicines ev r offered to the public, i h'e oho om-e m ike a trial of ihete )lHs nd bitter, never afterwards feel wihi.i to be without tntin, wnich is sufficient proof of their good qualities. In the South, where bilious t'isnrdeis are so prevalent, t.iese medicines annually save thou sands of lives. They are known wherever the medical art is practised, abroad as well as at home; but tne outh epeciully has been the grand field of their triumph, and tho igh freq lent attempts have been made to supercede them, by persons whose experience shou!n have resiiinei them from tampering with hum:in life, Spencer's pins re nam as nenaoiore, tn-, popular me'i;cine of the south and wett. It seems,indeeo,as i ev- ery attempt at rivalsbip only ferved to enhance l'""i'"r, inuicsc i " """' which has compelled the proprietor to double the capacity ot ins establisn.ueot. in onfr to aanni h requisite suppiy. True science, however ig norance and cupidity may ns-i.il its inventions, will curry the day at ';isi; and for this renson the madicines of Dr. Spencer being the result of phil nsophical research p.nd universally acknowtedged medical skill, will i iniotaio their position in the public favor, as long a? dissase oxitis, and iualth is considersd a blassii g. . , - - in aliuraes of tne liver. Vomach, and tntes- tin,,, p. m-er's pills ni.d b;tiers are t:ie only reli able ftrcparr.tio t. Thsy dense the tystrm ol its impnrit'cr,- jive strenet.i and tone to all the ma chinery of digjstion, promote healthy setreiio,!?, punfy the uloo I, cure dypepia ad bilious com- nlfllllts ttf m .-rv fiflll finI rharaftAr. titl-l r ' - ......... .. n mild jet earcI.ingcathaitif.thesepilKirv admi:- ted by the profession t h e no cumpeiuor in the whole rang? of medical science. Pills 'Wets- per box; Bitters $1 per bottle." Sold by Brown Sc Co , Joi.et; and W, S, Jlrrn, Lockport. . " - D R. Lacoum's Pooiuac.ie Lnxer is 'a .uie and speedy cure . fur .the most distressing cum' lnint that can afflict the human frame. No per-on who has decayed tveth ihould be without this remedy Some h7e supposed the toothache incurable' without extraction. "This is, howev er, a m istake. The experience of the thousands who have given this remedy a trial, and who hav declared if it cost $10 per vial, thoy would not be without it, proves conclusively that ex traction is not necef tary, and that the toothache can be cured, and the terth raved for ueeful pur pos?s. Let those amicted try, and satisfy them selves. It costs h; 53 cents par vial, with all neeesfary nirections fir nse. " The public may rest assured there is no dan ger in the application of this remedy. Soid by Brown & Co. Jolief; and W. S. Mr us, Lickpoit. mwm mm HARD-WARE STORE !! -. Snuffens and Trays, x. Buttmnd Screws, -Strap3 and Hinges," Coffee and Spice mills, . Augers and. Bitts, Scale-Ueami. ' Scythes and Snath?, - msrf, Fquavs," Bevel. Rales and ham Bnch and Molding Plne and-Plowt of all varieties, ' . -" American, Spring, American blistered, Cast and Round, Hop, Hoi sc shoe and Scroll Irwn. heretofore been considered incurable, such as Ui C cers of the harynx. Throat, Noee, Nodes, &C--bTlie ARCANUM EXTRACT is a complet i Antidote to the serious Evils produced by the inm- dicious Use of MERCURY. As a SPUING and FALL PURIFIER it cannot be surpassed, work 'l xi its way through the system with s silent &ud effective force, Cleansing the BLOOD : Removing DYSPEPTIC INFLUENCES ; V Soothing the NERVES; Removing INTERNAL Obetructions and Dia ' eases that would oiherwise cause injury to tba s LIVER and LUNGS. ; ' Persons whose Constitutions aro broken down ? by the use of MERCURY, ARSENIC, Bark, or QUININE, and any who are suffering from DISEASED LIVER, or an injudicious treatment f of any of the above Diseases should use tbo AR- CAN DM. EXTRACT without delay. ') In complicated cases of SCROFULA and SYPHILIS, and iu cases where the Syphilitic ? V irus of the Parent causes a developement of f the Parent causes a developement of Scrofula iu the Child, this is THE ONLY KKM- EDY tijxMi which a reasonable hope of Recovery J can be founded. ? In nuinerous instances, also, where ulceration I had laid bare both ligaineut aud bone, aud where, ; to all uppearauce, no human means but amputa 5 tion could have saved life, Patients have ben r snatched fro'n the . grave and restored to health, the devouring disease beiug completely eradicated - bv the use of this inestimable Extract. The Proprietors of the ARCANUM EXTRACT '-ve had this .-Vlediciue used in all ine anove wis- 5 eaes with the most gratifying Itesults. in using the Medicine neither Business or Pleasure need be r modemtion in diet, andls equally applicable and eSicacious to the infant as well as the adult. f 9 Pamphlets, giving a Description for what ? the ARCANUM EXTRACT is applicable, with Z observations on Iusensible Perspiration, and i Treatise on Diseases in general, accompany each Bottle. A?ents are supplied with the above pam phlets for gratuitous Circulation, The ARCANUM EXTRACT m pre- pared by JUUN YJiMt.K, Hamilton, Canada ; West, and JCJJfiV Win UK . Co., 83 Maiden s Lane, XMew Xork, cole rropnetora. S rttlGb.- OiVc. UULtuAK srtSK UUi TLtZ, Joliet; also by L. M. BOYCE, agent for 'Prove ail thihgs aid hold fast to that uhicfi u good." Paul. . Iatj ONE need suffer from that distressing com plaint, CniMs and Fever, or Fever and A cue, for it is speedily and permanently cured by Dr. Hull's celebrated Anti-Fever Pills. They never fail to cure the (hills and fever the first day when taken according to directions, and . do not j sick n the Uomach, nor operate upon .he bowels. Thousands of certificates hare been presented ta tne proprietor oy planters oi ine nri rcspccaoiu ty, physicians of eminence, and others who have used them, which might be given, but let the fol lowing from Jude Forrest, a gentleman of the ' first respectability, in Jeffer3on co., Ala. suffico. Jeffnrsrn county, Ala., Feb. 4, 1845. . I certify that in the summer ot 1843, I had a severe attack of Fever and Agu?, and was for .. 80ine .:,,. an(i.r the treatment of a ohvsici.n. but ! rsceived no benefit rrm his presciiptions; my dis-" ease c0ti.;ued ti :a:.ease iu the frequeney anJ ; jevenir of its aitacm. I at last bad recourse to recourse . ii. iiimq s rever and Ague, and anti-f ever rills. and in uaing half a box was entirely cured, and have remained in good health ever sine). . I af em aids hin in my family several cases nf Fever aad Ague,and have in every instance made usa of Hull's Tills, which Have always immsdi ately effrtud a curs . - ;. Dr Hull's Pills require' no puffing where they are.known, and where they are net, a single trial is sufficient to iuaure th-ir adoption. , lPhe $ I per bnr, with full directions. '. A Fresh" supply j.it rtceived arc! for by Brow ii Co .'t Joliet, nivl W. S. AIvks. fteknori. DR. HULL'S ' l&XilvJ jWil J L10M mWi VZ i i" "1T"ggflPiiK .hv.-., -.-gg-!..K i ,1 a,A la W k - r.i . ITT r. . Chilc'ren will cry for Dr. Hull's Worm Lozen grs. Cnly read whit this medicine has done. Yo.kv Yo.kvim, Gibson co Tenn. Dec. 21. I&i3. Dr. t E. Hull. Some months since ywur a- -gem left with ma for sale, what he considered a !are soiinlv nfnnr U'irm r k... i v . sold all .nut, and couhn.ave sold three times as l many more, had 1 been supplied to tantamount. i nope ynu will instruct your agent to leava a mnrn greater supply, when he comes this way a gain. Their use in tny family has bee.i of great benefit. Edward McCorde. Esq. gave some ta a child four years old, and the first doso brought away between thirty an1 Torty worms. Mr. Wll. liam McDanifcl had a child whom the physicians pronoun-ed incurable, and said it would die, but the child was cure by using Dr. Hull's Worm 'Lozerges.-- . Y'ou.s, truly, -" . Stepiikn Lckiw. rnce lz cents per box. ror sale by. Brow Sc Co., Joliet; and W. S. Mterb, Loi kMrt. . WET Goods from the Steamer New Orleans not damaged, at a great discount. Calicoes, Gingham, Linen c embrick Hand kerehief it S ei. WnrctrH r.lnw.. .r a. .'iittt. SjOOO Yards heavy sheeting, ladies fhonanl sassMstssaaBSSssissswaMsss m .. eJippers.