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ii t To prevrnl 'rabbits 'trorar- kHlOfig ydnn fruits. trees," I. ciitti( jthelinig coarse jrai rie grass, which grows about six '.feet in freight in all the b'oUoms and low. places in almost alt jaita of Illinois; bind it in litfndips at eaclt etand Avitb' , aafuC n w i two m tbe midd!c;..1Each part will jBVt-f - c-1 "g.vbich Js. as-Mgh s.a rabbit tan reach. .Take enough of this gnwa to cover the tree well ,00, all eirjes-; tic a suing around the top-ot thtJ-graps after it is put around 1 tho tree, ami tie it again about half waydowiij-. hoe "a lit'je earth around the grat?s at the bottom," and tread it down. . .This covering will re main firm until grass gjows in the fpring, when the rabbits'cease eating tho''.',. bark cftrees;ihe "grass should riow.be iVembvpd. This will not injure-the trees, . auJ is cheaper than an other plan that'I have tiied. I tried grease, tar, toba'ccoaloes, fculphur, &c, but find that grqasq arid tar injure the trees and" everything tf the hind becomes use'ess before winter is over fiosts,un,rrain, sleet, arid snow wear them away,andi have often seen where the deer have peeled trees when covered with ekher tar or sulphur. - Should ctecr, fcheep, calves; colts, cattlerats, or mice, J.'.y nAeans ?el. into yw.r orchard, .they. wiil not disturb tho coarse ,dry grass." i ft me fixed my young trees in this way for Jjllait twenty years, and bavo not lost a . tree, Cor. Prairie Fanner. , STKANtJE Noisr..-A correspondent of iheTloi ida ScnlincV, states that on hhe .r)3d of Oct?, about "midday", a strange ruin"' t Ming noise waa heard al.Tal!ahasscp,l 'the heveij9, resembling the distant thun-. , ?ef,or ..ne. rolling of cars 011 the railroad . of more nearly the" il's: harg'a of steam lioder wateK The air was prrlettlv calm the sky cloudless though the. atmosphere was filled us common at this season; with 1 a dull, misty Imxcthcrmcraeter alut 70 '.if'SP.. t.lt VpcaicfJ :Vcry"distant in the upper regions,' ihoiigh the sound seme .what resembled that of largo birds des- tending' very 'suddenly, and cbniinaeiF from a quatter to .'half a minute. . In cxplaiiaroii icf the above he say?: 'It is quite possible. to have originated in some meteorlf'gicurphenVrni'na, possi bly a long and, 'df p$e jmdy cf meteoric Ktones parsing through the earth's atmos phere. The "corritnonKconrse - of these currents are 'nearly parallel with (he e art h's surfa c'o, f i m 1 he rri p'dit y t f t he i r movemenl and when lu'afmo ibu is over come by the furce of gravitation, aiid 'the fall trpo'i it. It may bo' that they have continued for thousands - cf miles, before they were finally overcome' by this agent' and they may . possibly not have fallen short of the Pacific Ocean or Soutlv.P6!e.f The course oftherioisc wai from ho'ith'to outb?-and continye'd' in -,tha ..direction, gradu'anyVetfeittini Had it been cloudy it certainly wiuld have passed ofTas'dis'.; tatit thunde'rj and; had it occurred ' in the nlghLlhero ".would quite likely have been a long train of light, or .of Waxing sparks'. T nv. LameV CA;rLi..--The . editor ofthe Louisville Iris, on his way. heme the othHiiTghtVpieked np'a Very 'extraor. dinary peico of decbralioa belonging f to somo youag'wpmah,.'. fie' appeared to- J&e Ji; viosi what to calj M. AVe presume, mat stniiu ui our iemaie acquain tances could give'him light upon the sub- jecf. ' Hekr him .(lescril)e'it: '".'.' " .. ' j U ii shaped, or rather it was, a 'good deal like a recehl half-irioori like an India rubber li&.preserrer; arid-oriiewhat like - ftpig yoke; felt a little soft like, and 'was covered with beui ticking.;; We had I near ly broke oui neck over it,' and as we 'nev. at had .any luck, in. ; our life; & thought may bbye had fijnnd ac treasure at 'least. Wedid'nt know but lit. was' a: new way the, banks hdd adopted Of -making remit tances 'so- as'.ta prevent robbery, for the wgly thing had a. string ataoh end! so that .in an -emergency a mast mighf lie it around him and carry it a short distance; . With.ariVioua. liaiid;-rth erefore, we seized our knife and tore 'into if, it? riptr six-' in ches,' and the-first thing that protruded it-" bdiit,arid Jupn inVapfd, succession, three short shirts "and1 twb.'ioog ones" 'and old intc? ?nd'arp4ir;We'eafto3lt9f4' qrid . ragged, the -skirt of an old ' calico dres, a pair of old calico drawers with fringed bottoms, fouf old night'-' cap3,rtwo cradle - blankets, oneileghorn bonnet, one old mo rocco boot, two tab!e:: cloths', ten, 'small .. pieces of diaper, , Very iriuch wbrrian old piano cover, tWoMong, night gowns, one ragged waist vbat, three quilted petticoats ond stJt hippens. 4 What, on earth could these things be? nDo tell!!vExo paper. Well.ihe" editor' does ;make: a greaV . V5TLB about smaUi'mat(ersf--(lrinter,s mr. Anecdote ofSciionbeix's CyV Cot-' rax. When 'Mr. Sattehdedjat the;Os; borne House to' exhihit " ttieq-ialitics of his gun cotton tcv Prince. AlberVhe ofTer ed to explode a portion ,on -the hand of Col. B- bat the gallant Colonel re coiled from the eXneriment:-nm 'u'nnlrl have nothing to do with the novel powder. Prince Albert himself, however, submit ted to the test; and off went' the 'eottori,' without smoke, stain, or burning. "of the tkin. Thus . encouraged, ; the" Colonel took his t jrn; but whether, the .'mats rial was changed or not ibr the coarser pre piration, it gave him such a singing" tl?d ho leaped up with a cry of pain. A hearty laugh. was all tho commisseration ho received. After this Mr. S. loaded a fjwlir.g peice with cotton in the place of ; wJor, an I the Prince fired bolh ; ball : 1 bl; t (Von it with the usual cCoct and ;rf:ct impunity. . . :" . - liKOr.i'.i 'You snrrr! ! cccasi-Hi,' said a begger to ? r u n ho had" fervcl. lV!!li-d : i1--i w.ii t'l?-.!.- Aorl' . etc ! the '' ' -r-:hv voalli the 1 Not' lolfg "sfrico- a' ebmplriyoT"yo1mg meJ5 ent intcf atertain a otliecary store in this town, tand,' . "after, purchasing Ja jsupply of cigars, sat down and began smb. fcirisr ihemL whea thev were' tkhl e Lv iItr storekeeper that they either stop smoking or wilk otJt.3 'JF inpbQsmeis'replied ' iqq smcuers,; !'.toseU, people-xigarsj-and noC -ajiow smoking "f; Th'e. druggist repli ed, 'that he kept 4ptiUes,t for sale, .but he did fnot .expect people, .to makcVuse,. of the article on his premises. Suffice it. to say, the smokers sloped. ( Lynn 'Farmer.' t? ; " To tlse" pufcliO': Till: IKi.wB-JOOUNAL. "The hrst number ' bt i'iinv serle? of th3 : N4 tioiiHl Fiess rpmoJ'ed and Tmprhveff, will. Ije ismrd 01 'Miu.!jfy iM!!tt;?21 6t"NoV urt(fe'r!.'tie title cf ths U(.M1J JOUN ItAh T.;e .ecessjy of consfiuuly coiTt thi J n imprsi-fon lli r the a. tional Press' is a political paper, has tnrtiice J tlve undeicigucd c!itnn to exp.esaf ita "charact-.r : more distinctly ty j)i.tiiu forward the niiine which has hitherto bten wlr sero:id:rv";iv ii ';. TU .general dns-gn of. Uie II line Jouna'j; wiirhojtp mrnisi eii'.eriauiinv iUri ng, to- make a brief and complsie chonfe'e of parsing eveiUi!, to give thfe cream of new lo to ktej) a watchful luok-dnt or (Jenrus tn'Litcfature, Muic' bn Vit; and short to fm in ?' a pkjier hy ' which fa'nV.ties may krrii up wiili tlm.iiir.rr,. Tbit p'an'wi It de added to and varied 'u f bw er 'Trg ruiij' and 'rtsourcos cart find new ana WunWe aitractioiVs;" but; b'uf main purpose will be rnnsiantly -kept in riew", viz: 10 isitia n pcridhraV-which, by its scope and rninpiehrntire eonter.ti, -shall " sJffieo for Jainiiies that wish to 13no a pr. At the small s iin 1 J :wo c'oltaj-.i Jiec rirnum.so iirj-onai I jtcI nH--j ig luxury is wit'.in ti.einems of all The Jlome "Jumnal will be publifh ri ever)' 'atidy at ..$ J", pprannmU, invariably Tiw ad i vaiw'ol -xTiin-e ropies wiit'bt. sei'w 10 akat'itr s p'.'aiy -ntu t!:r I'i iied Pntcs Tcrc rp in sironi?.: wrapper, f.n live-doHirin ndtaicej rt.st .viafteisre ronested tf ni tni nfpiit n. :ive subscription ayil inakfi fniUiaiictia..- . ! '' subsfjibeif. aj-pt catiriiy !e made, im- niec-'iaieiy, win- be supplied with tnfti brs num ber of the new 'tries. 2 - j ... ,!-. All commmvcniioiik to.b? a 'clresi .(.post paid) tho wii!'rsi.nad, ii JOI i F, ltoii .rff t uNew- VOH). P AlOltUIS. V..W1LLIS. , Ca bi a tl lau bibj iB'u g e. ,The remedy to whjt-h we would rall the altcn t"on of the pjblie, is one' which ha proved'suc cessf.il for some, tinjo; ard it is univeitfolly ac knowledged by n!l. who have tried it,to be fnrsu. re'rior to any other medicine ever ' einp.oytd in li!"tae3 foT. which it is ir.-omtnen'le 1. 4 It nt on ly destroys, worms and iiivigonuaVthe whole sys tem; but It' dissolves, and caries; off the supera bundant slime or mi'a-iis, s"; prevalent in th! stDm ach.tnd bowels of children, more epccihlly those in bad haahh. Tha muca forms the bed or nest in yi-hicli tvo. ms rce fttcir young, and' by re5 movjng :f, it is iirposjble ior wvtns so jeir.ain jn the boily. . It Is harmless hi its effects on the sys tem, and ths health of the perron ie always im proved .by its use, even when no worms are dif cevered. ;j ... ; ..-..;.; w . ,;; ... It will.be se,en by the following sfatenient that .Mr. McConi: .hid, previous to u.ng . "Winers Canadian Vfrmlfogp' resortcd. to various rren aratio'ns 'rcroininended'frr f-rmis,' without any advantase thisj of itself, is siflirint to th sm-.r. tiority of this preparation over all otheis for ttm ilar purposes.'-) ; - - - 'J - " " ; " . .. Prooklyn, January- 13lb, If?4G -J ' Messrs. John Winer and Co. Sirs? I am hap py to have it in my power to bear testimony of rie cood- i ffecU attending the use of your Canadi an Vermifi'ge. ' ' ' ,:" - ' , ' My chitfl-o" two y.ars of nx, tia'j beontilt for som-vfceveiv monrns, and had finally bcomW so emncinledy t'int we dispaired of its recovery. Supiibsing the c.use ol its sickness was worms, we gave-ber various i!?d:cines recomms'ided in s 1 :!i case?, but thoy.prKioeii Tiri tciieficial cf fsrts. r We had- h'en - r op as paet -recoverr w'ten we were rncmmended by a friend, who had heard of your medicinp to give it n tnai we lid s; without any expectatinii of, its being serviceable, lm to.oiir ureal joy and surprise, af t?.t sbe had taken six dqscp,'and six onl; , sha be gan gradually to rctoyer," aiiii is new 'in better health' thaii he has been lort. n inotbs. " l ean iSow recommend" your "."Canadian Ver mjfuge,V'ftUVtIe'greaU8t confidence, an t as a friend to tho vOuiig poyiio-.i of the human fnmily, who fuffJr froir worins.' I'I arag'a'd to b? able, to give such' cleci.le'tf 'confidence :i the success of ycur irtedicine," and ain willing Von should refer to nva any pcrsciis wlio'inay iiave doubts ,on; this point" " '.J'Yourstriil,'.' . '.'."' " ; , ." gilss Mccoao. ; Tho Canadian1 VernifngB1 Is oaly 25 ce is per bottle and is much plea'.a nter ' than "any 111 usa.' Prepared enly by J(h i , Wi jor. Co.,. 83 Maiden -Line.' tL'Y. '' Sol i W." CflASt Cf.R- -M KN'I, a'rii J oltet V al'so iy: t. M. IiOYCE, CLEMEN'S IliIA TONIC IiSrAinbl3, cura for. Chilla or And k Sure 'Jiemifjf for liil(wjit Kcmitl i ; tent and other Fevers. ; y na . ' -,. This Invalublc Mcdicice is purelvveff riMfll.- unexp mn!ed rucccss of thiru JL, v&Urfl-, 1 oiur, lit cur.ng in a few hours where nil AtliB. f AmkI iu. . I .. 1 ' I . 1 . ..... .. . v. ....... ,t irn o in ui;tis. mm .mat too, in cases of from six mor.tls to ten years standing--) wftrrantse asssrtion.th-it-if lnk.n rar;na the dircct;ous,.itJf infjljbl Jong nstof certificates lu pyof iliinfalUbiljty, joigh be ati- i.ai. , uu. Kiiiao ujjvii irajiper, ,are uecmeusuf ficient- .. ... ' "' . It is not,-irt Ihe ea9t nauaeaifd iperateopon. the bowels; ut its salutary action V". : - ' "' ,i!M cnarmmg. that every ne is hiihlv -r'eliffhied i" ttiir; ci.,"t.. - nea.th v .&uch; a remedy, the.rftlicted,bave lone .". wiar cures fcpeeaijy and pcrr .tanently wUetn 'the. usual cautiiii, iQ improve- (r47T.Fr.om the great popularity f this." modi SJne many imitations 'prof;sin12' to be CLEM I AiNl.TON IV aaft ti;, Therefor. Da sure to ass or cbat prepared by .GiiO.'W IIOUSK; Nashville Tsnaessec, ,'wjta ; is.sole pro . CAUTiOX. -Topi event. fraiidpWerveupQn the directions unon the bottle. ih jure of Gpo. Ilotise. Aw. mpuWed in th hott'e an fndian,Viih ther-words "Clemeus' In. dim Toiiic,' prepared by Geo W. 'House,?! A otners are coantercit. For sae by BROWN & Co', Uoti-t 12 DOTTLES QU'iNINfT; for sale at ' jun-rS -. ; LOWERS, Chicago s. ! fllIGVEI, PICKS and llAILV ean be yJ ap at . - MATTESONS had Pipces FLANNELfi foi fale at Low, ( ke?p .t;te !Kjtmi Qjt' Vegetable:-;. GO UPRISE thoiTonic ad antt-PiHous.-The I iVnic I'i It -nYi t-k dowJeled.to be-tfee lienor --f l3 treatment and ears rf .Aue tit Vt ver Chills. ami Fye.r, ... BtlHou, Uem'Ulcn aii-l Iiflamatory.Fe,vers.,r I ;iiiteruitt6iit3 or aguee, orgsniQ j.deraugemeni has taken place u ,T.hese Pills flevervfairtniake 0 peunanr nt and Ja-tiii, cure, within twelve to eiahteen hours, without the a'd.any t!cr mcdicUis.:: So great iivtc-J rtas I u:en meir ciaacy, mat a permajent cure Jiasal n'M warranted d.rectioi s strictly follow, ed . J?ui this meriicina ;luV3 Jio .v becoiue sril geii CTalty.known, and so extensively "Jised, thToog'v. ot't tp5 -vrttrn 4wul: j8oth-vyejtern Sttstes, that suclfa wflfrifrty istnot longer asked or expacted. THE ISDI'A' QUEEif. VEGATABLE VC.vt r ; '-f 1 ipO&Tmit TQXlCl:HhLS,i: ; -I Vl be oaivd highiy bwieficwl iii djlcass of tje bility, fj-fpecialiy in those cases prIui ed by re peated and jemg continued attacks of Jb'evcrO a'iicl iiv'pr.wioilng' dige'siion ; -- Froiri one!to three of thes? pills. taken or 30 rainuies ibefor- eaiing, wiil. sclf';o:n.l ill to excite a health appetite,-por oughfy rried, and long experience bas established their.eupprioi.tfficacy qvec every othir moilicni? otTered to the public fur the radical cuie oftev?ry of e iory fbi m" of, disease, and "particularly i tU'oe Tjjliouaaflftictio.is bo prevalent throujtli ut our outnern-aid western States.-: Thc-proof ! this istouu I j,i the fact, that fiose icha have once used Uicse iiltsyhOiVe ever, after ;roierred tbem,1 and resorted to their use in prefeience to any iitli-; ft kiiKl of: iiierliehiB returning regularly at trie-' .-o:Menceinent uf each sickly season for 'hi val- uible medicine aud;u.ring bcir friends to do: thv'.sanie. Innumerable cases of chill and fever, ob3iinat9 and of long standing, have been o jsud leuly cured by Bragg's FiUi that their effect!, have ,ilmo?t ppeareirinrrcaIaJ.' ? lr.X the pa tient w ho doubts this, try ;thsni, and he , w. ill fi.id r.ii:se2l',f-qiially delighted and astonished. . j Oath before the -mayor.- Stale of Missouri, Do Hor'A. G. Braoc, hc - City of it Lou'i,) ing byni?;luly swtirn de poses and says, that bis Sugar Coaled PiUg now so generally known throughout the southern anil wesirii Mates, do not contain one' particle J Mineral ofanykind (is has b3n erroneously sta ted. He further states t!at h is at this time mHufactnring and puttrng ap ready for m jrkei fr in 25 to 30,000 boxes of thece pills' per week and that Uic orders and calls from agents and others for these ptds, have b7coie so numer ous, even at this Healthy season ofthe year, that' some -uprjlicalions are ' icess:uf!y delayed from tn to twelve days, on account of deponent's ina bilit to iiianufacturo them fast enough trt supply the increasing demand . Dr. Hrag? liuther state?, thai it is his intention to extend ami increase hi? manusactury vinilhecan furnish the southern and western States with an ample suppv of tnis cele brated pill. ,, A: G.BRAGG, . Sworn 10. and subscribed hCni-c ti.io Oik day of June, a.. j. lb'46. - P.G Camdk.n. - , Meyor of the C'iiy cf St. Louis. " Tir Safe lm ' Jefcraiah Letts, Wesley .Cleveland,. Asi McDon- 8iM, fliiu m. svneeier, Ulcorky Creek; John S. billon, Marseilles ; Robert Peacock, Morris; Mattesoii 4 Campbell, lux Sable; A .' Pel 1 itr, Dresden; Samuel L. Palmer, Kankakee;' D." A. Watson, ffilnimgion; P. Boucher, Haur bonaitV Grove ; Willard Wood, Crete; Edward Poor, Yankee Settlement; J . Taylor. Wilt co.; IEMMCLb it WOOD, .. . ., . j.- a. mat rpsox, . . Jotia. Agext Kmaiiuol Deloi.i. 4S. Afnin Si Louis, wholesale nnd retail depot. D-Cin DR. HULL'S AKti now acknowledged by; the-r"ucn.y W bs the most scientific and successful preparation ev er discovered for the relief of conrhs. cold, rm." sumptions, asthma,' whooping cou-jh, catanJi. tightness ol the lungs or chest, bronthitis, a-.m Minuar pu.nionary atlecticns They are made from the , moat valuable expectorant nri-nm.;, .-,i. i-.ii.c, auu me unuouoieuiy superior to everything lit use for those complaint.'" : ' . . old try Br-jwn 8l Co.. Jolie' W: S rr. LxckMif.;f. y V. 1- . JEDDIAII WOOLLEV .111 Suuvevoh and Agency Offick. CHICAGO' STUF.EI JULIET. ILL. Will -nttead, to Surveying or girin descriptions of Ia:iti or Pown lots in Win, Kendall,' Grundy, or La-Salle rounifes- o all those who sanll fnv.r him with a tall; and will have at all times" en hanrl MaDSoftha above delincntiousof .Tioilier arid: Prairie a hI. Strati m. witii .aiisoi water wherever they occur, either on the Dcs' Plaines. Du P:i.rf.ff. ii,knlr r.- rn;.,:o riyersj ond also the principal Itoadsr together v urt a reprsenttition of the Illinois & Michigan Cenal;;,-;. , .. , ; .; . : ; r-.;..-. The experience Mr Wooler has had Sur. vcyor in tha above countieu iu tho last fifteen years wilr warrant him in saying that be can tiivis gensral satisfaction. - ; In all cases his charires will be and nrcnni) t, in his attontion m hncin.ee - n;. office nearly opposite the Eagle Tavern. j : . HON. J WENTWORTlt. ) G..IV.POLE.; J V Chicnirn f R. n. L. wii.sot,- u ; ' . . ---0 5 Joliet, May 5, IS45. .4Ttf j ADUlTRTPRS NOT ICE. , I ALIpersons bavin . claims i aganist the Es tate; of Edward Per':is deceRser,are notified aiKl 'eq uested. to present the . same for ailjutation, ftt j the Term of tbe ..Probate Court, of: Will rbuntvv t i.be holdeiv at the office of the Prohnm J.mtir', jn Joliet, ou Tuesday the 8th day. of , Decmbcr AMOS FELLOWS, v ) , , , TTm?Ait PPDKiMa r. .Admrs' Jolted pet 27 -134(1, m im m . AJivn ink) i)' j A good Cook; either a rnan or woman, and four girls who understand Avorking In a Public irouses can have a :jTnnrl -sttiinfir.n . - i. . o .. hy applying immediately at tht? Jatioxal IT -XI'. aOTBI., JOliei. ... iifsl vCtr.".V:Ml1 V-5 -:' ft -'5300: r Yards Brawn :Sheeiing ;- J -2300 u fin- .' do do 1501) w ' B!ea"cfied . do . ; foi sale bf the'-peica Tr 'yard' ai s Lowes' lotton &. Liiinen TiviZled BaVior h 9i . . ... . . " " V- "ougntcneap lor ready pay at A. 'Mat Yaa Grain H at . on'Ghicago. St Joliet. -'. -,Ocr27 .tfi4fi'.;t,r.r W " """"' - 2S . Prf . Blue Alerriinac prints,; for sale - at A fa!1C7 articJeT?r.7'ii'g "James v Thomas" l l biaud, by box' or pound " " " :-ir'-v";v J-' ' , D E .M .M O . D Si'-W O O D i : ' i.e uicKiou, give.uje to tlip siomach, and in gorate ihf -systttn generally Price $1 O'Jt" 1 Qpeim Oil Warreidod Pure at LOWE'S on O Chica:;) St. ' - . ; i)0Z. tijjools cotton thread ibr ' at Lowe's hv thc.iten. . 'O-.-t. -7. i -: i. . r 1 i-VJ, WISTAU'S n ALSAM ofavild cjierry The great American remedy for Consu nption nflhc Ltmgx Jeetioyts'tfVietLtveri: Asthma, arorwhilis, Fain "or fVtnkneit in Vie ' Breast ol Lungs', Viironic Cmtfi JFlearisy,-HcTnnrr1iage oj Lungs, and all affections of the Pulmonary vr gaits.' No Hire's own prescription!. V- ' " f (K7"llie aioS9 of Iceland, the WiU Cmrry B.irk and Pine of our Notheru LaUtuies are' the prlwipal ingredients in the compound. 'I he grea secret of it3 .efficacy ,,consist in the method "iii which it is prepared, Such; in. fact is the nature an I simplicity of tnis medicine, so mild and safe and pleasant in its -apiration, th it it must j istly be termed A'uture'i own Pescnpiion and &U, though but 1a'o. years li.ivi elapsed since Mt was nr!-t;mstla public, .wecan proud!yt say.it has ac quired a celebrity unpre;e!cnt'd hy any medicine in use, aud evidently tlesiined to become one of tlie 'most popular" au.l valuable meditines ever disaovexed f,( . ' .This grual remedy for all diieaies of tha lunzrn continues to 4 send joy and happiness to many, a cncqriess nrusida; and still therj is rpom to dif fuse iu health giving magical wand, Whosoever rtill, let him come r.iul be cured; -f ' ' t i W ILL M 1 11 A.C L liS' NEVER CEASEI-More evidence of its sjri.ri?ing llenlh ltos.orateve vir tues, ..ii'roiu. Dr. U ik:- r, Springfield, -Washington c. Kentucky. 5 -': "T - . jringuel.l, Ky May 15,1845. Gf.XTS. I take : lb s oppeitimity " -f informing you ol'Hmost rttuarkibla eyre perfovnud on . me by the'iise ef Wisiar's Bals.im, of 'wil l cherry. lit the yen- 18 IU I was taken with an iufi.tma lion of the bowels, which- 1 labored under for tlx weeks," wbeii I' eraduilly recovered". - In fall if ldl I was attacked wiih a severe cold,' which sealed. itself on my lung:, and , for. the -fpaca cl ih.ee years t was cou'jut'l to ny bed. I tried all kinds of medicines d every variety cf medical aid without benciit, a;:I t:s I wearied alon un til tb3 winer of id 14,- when I beard ol VYistet's tJai am of wilr cherry." . .- .: .My frieu.Is in I crd me to give ita trial, though I had given up all hopes of recovery .nd had prepared myself for . another world. I Thrb igli their solicitation I was inlucd to -Minke use of thektGe.iuine W:starvs Balsam 01 Wild Cherry." Thf elfrc: was truly astouishing! After five years of affliction, pain and s-ulTering; and altci hiv ing spent ljur or ive hu.idred dollars to no pur pose, ahd the bc-tand tnnsrrespectadle physicians ha.i p.oved unavailing,, f was iesaorad to health by the blosiingj of Cod. a ill the use of Dr. Wis tar's Balsam cf wild che.ry. . " . . 1 am now enjoying gcod hea-lih, and such is my altered appearance, ? that L am no longer known when 1 meet my former acq i.i'ittances. " ", " 1 have gained rapidly in weight, and my flish is firm an I sot'nl. i can now eat asjiiuch as any p si son, and my foo semis to agree- with me." 1 iiave eaten more during the. las six iiionths .than 1 had for five ; years btf re. , Considering my ca'e a'inost a mirac.'e, I deem it necessary fur the god of tne . afllicte.l, and a duty I owe to the proj.rietois and .niy fallow men, (who should know wh.-re relief may be had) to mare the su' ject publr c.' ' ' ' ' . -' Many the blessings of God rf si upon" the "pro- aietoas of so. valuable a medicine as W'lstar'e BaUam oi wrld Cherry; Very re.-pectful vou.s. ' . 1; . . WILLI A vl 1L BAKER. .We might publish a , thousand certificates but da not deem it necessary." knowing that a siugle trial wi 1 d. more ti establirih its efficacy titan a volume ol testimonials. There a ire hundreds ol lJ.i Is inn lecommended . as ; positive tpecifies for puliuatory diseases' bat where is the evidence ;of these puny no tiums evec cnri.ig an ng;rivated case jikc tne oue menti ii3ct above. VcrT'lii not 1 . 1 r n ... w (icTeise.i .mj 11 you wouid bava tne true ai- ticlc.and Mat which will enre, if cure te tiosible, then remeiiibertiiat JvI.G of all o.her medicines, WISI AIW DA. I jS AM, Or. WILDCIIEUU Y. ' Such is t':o unprecedented success of this Bal sain,ll.iaturt's l.ivorite prescription." a conge mal to our wants; as it is prepared from chemical s: b:ances which, the Author of Nature has pla ced in "ur Janet lor wise purposes that many who know lujiliiogof the mode of preparation are en- ueayonng to reap pecuniary benefits by b?lling an article f-imilar 111 name or appearance, o.' by repre;eutm their own tia,!i , as superior to ihis B iltam, r by patdug up a mixture and solemn ly ass2rvait:ig tint it is imported from a foreign country winch is tiat the case. - All these decep livc.arts. to sliow that ' Wisur's Balsam , is- kuuwn to Ua; world in bo the great remedy, aiid 10 sen uny mixture mist oe tiKe this in name, or puriMjrt 10.be like this in substance. ' - - 1 ftfj Believe not the cunninsly wrousht tabrica' tions aid take only the original and c.enuil'Se VOjlUiiJiitij nootntr can be like it. , j V'lulps and BlaKesly, comei of Thirl & Chest nut sth, ti Louis," Mo, General Agent for the West. - J'he trua ami only genuine' Wistar' Balsam of V' ihl Cherry is sol I by J A Matteson fc Co.. Morris, A Vt-lthcr, Dresdrn, 11 D Ilisley & Co., IVilnxington, E E Bush, Lotkport. L Murry.i Sons, JYeuarkJ and by J..A. MAT TESON, Joliet. A ; ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. JVTO PICE is hTeby given to the creditors of 1 the Estate of W. DILLEY, late of lro .jos, couoiyy Linois, deceased, to present their claims to the Probate Justice of the Peace, at his oitice in Middleport, I'hnots, for adtustinent, on Monday the 1st day nt February next, when ahd where due ottrntiou will be given by the under signed administrator of Said estate. i i U - i JAMES BYRN3, Adm. j November, 1 6r 1 346. . - - ' , .'. - -, wolves I wolves;,! VWT.OLYEl55 can be. destroyed by colling at if V iUatusons, niKl jiurehasing a small quai ity. of Stirbnine- T . . - 1 r . f w - . Imperial Tea. fct Matteson's rr: Lockport Hills', .'Extra Family Flour ; s - - T ;.'. .. i.i-..i, ;Kt for ml.! nt COMSTOCK'?! V) - .1 AD.MlNlsTRATRIX'rNOTICE. s i ALtpe.rsoos havingclaims'aainst'ths Estate of Leoir" Boiasiea;, 'leceased are notified aiid requeued to prese.t; tha' same for ajutation at nie.tenn oittne rrooate ourt ;f Will county, to be lieidtfthe xrnce" of the. Probate Justtcej , in JpJiet on the 1st Tuesday iri January next:" ' ; v MARGARET BORASSEAU, V " i JoHci, Nv. lRth,' iB4Z; ::"'-"f '.l - j ' ADMIM.SrR.VTOIl'3 NOTICE;'. V AH persons havirg Claims ;asain3t the Estate of John 3Iunsoi decea-e(i, are notified and re quested t present the same furadjtitaii.ni, at th l erm ol ihe Tiobate Court ol Will county to be hoiuen at the olace of the rrobata- Justice, in l I ' Joliet, on the 1st w ednesday in January next. ; ' A MASA S. THOMAS, Ad.n'r MARY ANNA THOMAS, Adm'x." 'Joiiot, N.iv. i :;. isi ;. . . .... . , . ... AVE KPIVED, and arejjrepored to offsrto.the VohabitaWof J'liet, and the public nerally Vff rV.PVt-1 Z??louskt Mof'cl," '.he' BEST SELECTED AND UOs r EX 1 li.V.SlV i; s rw,k W II AUDW AUK, ever offered in Ibis market. Our goods were ecently yurfch ised ofhe Mamifdcturer ami Importer at m-,r Ntw Yoke CAfir?atJE9, which i iui u i c s yt-s(b i.u jeaoy pay, ai a smaiier Among thrir.articW. may be fjju:id Pockst and Table Cutlery, . ' Sh tne loiiovrino; Hraes and JapM Candlesticks! ' "Iocks and latches. i .my ami uiasa,.- . . s - Cut an t wrought llraught and Tmce Chaii.se -Is Simmonds? and Biitaiuji Teapolg. u -,. , . Fd Irons ' I r Socketard firmer clusflg, . .,." "jlwrst, hoe Se white w brushes . Scale-Dcams,,. "1 ?hoveI,'Spa!ef and Jioes;''. . ' Hay and Mattur-i Fotkj;' ; Scythes and SnitlMS5'" u 'r Uirpeiiters nnd Jotne.s' Tools, ; ope aiid Cml, l.'l I K- 1 FqJar. s, JJavcK Rules and I :uiat:Ksmit.H Arivii and Vice,i , lneh and loMirtg Piartes and Plow of all . varieties, .' . lRONWaggviJi nd Buggf Tire,. En?li. and; An:Tican Sirirg, American blistered. Cast and P(OW; Steel, Steel Springs, Wagon and Buggy Uoxss Rour.d, llbi.p, Horst shoe an l Scroll Iruit. A lho, Ji , G EN Ell A L : ASSORTMENT OF STOVEStl -jr-iu.J vijv-f -ici o-r:i- It'-i 'it: t- 7 it ' 'ill COMPRISING. Four, Six Boilers, IClevaieV Ovens. ' rartorvCook, Pate, B x and Sheet Iroii Stoves of the latest, best and most approved pattern?. - J -; " 1 They are Mnn ifacttirers of an- Draleis in Plain' Ti vand Jap-.ned Ware o ill kinds, wholesale and retail'. Rt-pairi.t' do;e, and Eave-Troiilu and Con.lucnr pipe,' put upon lioit notice As we find it difficult to enumerate all 'of cur 'gt,odi, w w tt d . rpfpectfully solicit lie attenti in of those wishing to p irchie -siffice is t say, we are inclined and. will, sell ourgooi;, try cheap for Cash! ' Joliet , June, I '., I Rit3 . . . , ...'!: ' ' ' V-,.:,-.- ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC. $?Srr Jzri S i-filS ) viinsrs. s a n.s A P A it i r; l a .. THIS MEDICINE has acquired an extended and established celebrity lliroughont the country, i urKtnli I.io milinnAil 1 Ilj' tjlrfiw.o . .tV. - '. cacy alon, ns u remedy for W IHVII 1 lU3 UVV i. 0II1UIU J ' . . .V.V - UUU.V.l. J SCROFULA." or Kine s Evil,. C : ULCERATED SORE THROAT. Long-staiidiiir RIIEUM.ATIC- AtTectiona, ' Diseases of the SKIN, W bite Swrdli-igs, .-. Diseases bf the BONES, alt Ulcerous Cass, S YPI 1 1 LITIC $c M ERCURIAL Diseases, Affections of the Liver; DYSPEPSIA: COSTIVENESSt 'all CHRONIC & NER-r VOUS Complaints,-occurring in debilitated and cachectic coustitutiohs : V? . : Diseases caused by.an IMPURE State of the BLOOD: . Over SYPHILIS, ai;I those very disanceab!e Affeclions resnUinjr tlierefroin. and whic'i havo , Soldby C1IAS CLEMENT, agent for Chicago. . : .-.- t. And Vegetable. -Tonic and Restorative Bitters, ; ARK acknowledged by the hu.tr md- and tiio.i sands vh:i are using tham, to be not only the most mil l and pleasant i i' their operai.io.i, but the most per.ectly innocent,' siifa, .'and rftici,it medicines evr oQered to the nublit. -Tlrisewho ' wirmr ? vims of ' - : 'vmmKm ' EDY npou ; Kj'l'.gSYifc'e st; to once make a trial of these pills mid bitter?, never , never fail to. cure the chills and Jever the first dayr -afterwards feel wilting to be u i:hout them, ''uich..! hen t kru according to directions, And , do not ! is snmcient proof ol their gootl q ialities. : In the South,. where bilious t'isordeis are so prevalent, tlicse medicines annually .,8rive thou sands. of lives. They are known wherever the medical artis practised, abroad ." as well as at home; but tne Sontli especially has been the grand field of their trium;hj and though fre q lent attempts have been made to supercede them, hy persons whose experience 6l.ouln ha-.'o restrnined them from tampering with human liCj . Spencer's pills re nnii i as heretofore, th - popular inedici.is of the south and vest, It seems, indeed, as if ev ery attempt at rivalship only served to enhance their reputation, to increase the vast demand which has compelled the proprietor to double the capacity of his establishment, ih'' ord r lo- afford ihe requisite supply. : True science, however" ig noracca and cupidity may nsail its inventions, willci.rry the day at'ast; and for this reason the medicines of Jr Spencer behig the resalfof phil osophical research aud universally acknowledged medical skill, will maintain their position in the' public favor, as long as disease exists, and health is considered a blsssirg. ..' , ;"'-.'. , 1 In all diseases of tins liver, s'ornach, and intes tines, Sjisncer's pills and bitters arc the only teli " able preparation. They dense the system of its impurities, gi ve strength and tone to all the ma chinery of digsstion, promote healthy secretions, n'irify the blood, cure dvsieaia and bilious com. plaialsuuf eery iorm -ml haraeter,-and,i-asTr4 mild yet searcl.tng cathartic, these pillsare admit ted hy the profession toliave no competitor in the whole range 6f medical science." --" 1 Pills 25ctsT petboxj-BUters $1 per Iwittlc." ... i Sold by Brown Sc Co., Joliet;: and W ; S. MrFm, Lockport; y r r i- LacounVl Toothahef lEtixEiils a sure and speedy cure for -'the most distressiiiff comi laint that can arllict the human frame. -Ne-person whahas decayed .(teeth should be without this remedy.' Some have supposed the toothache incurable without eYtracliort." "This is, howev er, a mistake. The experience ofthe thousands who have given ; this remedy a .trial, and who have declared if it cost $10 per vjal, Ihey would not be without it, proves ccnclusivcly that ex traction is not necefsarj'l and that tha toothache ; csn be cured, aiid the ittetli saved for useful pux-f poses. L.et those aCIicted try, and eatisfy tliem selves. It costs b i 50 cents par vial, ''.wiih air necessary directions for use. " "" " : " The publfc may rest assured there is r.o dan STf)RFJ advance on cost, than ever before sold in this ulaco. t-- -V. ' Siiuferis an.) Trays, n. Iiutts ami rewf. naris. ::tV,! Sir.ni .nJ ;.' JIuv.t's axesr . Coffee a'od Spice" inillp, ' . .-r. An?era and Rittsi. . . rners, ham- heretofore been considered incurable, such ea Ul C cers of the Larynx, Throat; Nose, Nodes, &&- ) Tho ARCANUM : EXTRACT is a compUe Antidote to the fcerious Evils produced by the mju i; dicious Use of MERCURY. As a SPRING and S FALL PURIFIER it cannot be surpassed, work in its way through the system with a silent and eflective force, : . .. .: - t ... Cleansing the BLOOD 1 7 ; Removuig DYSPEPI'IC INFLUENCES J ' Soothuig the NERVES ; - Removing INTERNAL Obstnictiona and Dis eases that would otherwise cause injury to the LIVER and LUNGS.: ' Fersons whose Constitutions arc broken down hT th use of MERCURY, ARSENIC, Bark, or QUININE, and -auy who ,aro suffering- from I DISEASED JAY Ell, or an uijudicious treauneut ) of auv of the above Diaseft shotild use the AR ? C.ANirU KXTRACT without oVlav. ' ' ' In complicated cuses of SCROFULA" and SYPHILIS, and in cmses where the Syphilitic tiie. Parent eunses a developemeut - of the Child, litis is THE ONLY KEM which, a reasonable hope of Recovery S can CimiidtHL T - '- - In nnmerous "uistaiices, also, -wliefe nlcerationr had laid bare both ligament and bone, and where, all appearance, no human means but ainputa. s lion comu iiarc saveu me, i aiienia navo u-eu snatched from the Igrave and restored to' heallh, the devouring disra.se bwng completely eradicated by the use of tlu's inestimable Extract, ,,'!' a' IX I . ITS". 11. I Iiie Proprietors of the ARCAN UM EXTRACT rid this Medicine used iu all the above Di. f.li till. nifMt frnttl fviHCT liil! t f . ' ' Til fMlnir . j the Meliciuo neither Business or Pleasure need be - ... J "'9 v- . lulerruptetl, requiring on!y the usual restraint oi ( nioderition in diet, and is equally applicable and efficacious to the infant as well as the adult. ' - Pamphlt-Ls, (rivinjj a Description for what ? the ARCANUM. EXTRACT is applicable, whh observations on IiuseiLsiWe Perspiration, : and ' e.' S Trealiso ou Diseases in general, accompany each Bottle. Agents are supplied with the above pam- ' plilets for gratuitous Circulation. ; v The ARC A N UM EXTRACT is pre. pared by JUUX . IV Irthli, Uuindton, Canada West, and JOHN WINER $ Co., 783 Maidea Lam?, New YorK, -Sole I ropnetors. " ' t ' PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLES JJicl; alsz by L. 31. BOXCE; agent for , s :, . .-,' , -;.'. :. Jccc ait tfiihgt; and hold. -fast' to that which w V ONE need Suffer from that distressing com- plaint, CiiMs and Fever, or Fever and A- ? p.ie, for i! :s Fptedi.'y anl permanently cured by Dr. Hull's relsorate.1 -AHti-Fever Pills. They sick' n the' -tomach, nor operate uooh die bo-.vels. Phousands of ceitificatcs have bsen presented to the proprietor by planters of the first respscahili- ly, pnysicians ot eminence, aud others vho have -used them, which mignt be given, but let the fnl bwing from Judge Forrest, a gentleman of the first respectability,in Jeffersoti co. Ala. BuuWe. Jeffcrsrn county, Ala , Feb 4, 1845. . ; Ieert-ry that in ihe summer of 1843, 1. had a ' severe attack of Fever and rAgu?, and was for -'-some time under the treatment of a physician, but received no benefit from his prescriptions; my dis-.o case continued to inciease in the frequency and severity of its attacks. I at last had recourse to ' Dr. Hull's Fever ar.d Ague, and ami-Fever Pills, ano in using half a box was .entirely cured, and, have remained in good health ever since ; 1 '-- : ' 1 aferwards had in ray lamilysveral cases uf V F ever aad Agu,and have i:i every instance made . use of Hull's: fills, which, have' always fimnedr - -ately effected a cure. 'i r " L ""I 5 " i i 1 Dr. llu'.Ph Pills require no iniffing where, tbey i are known, and where they are net, a single trial is sufficient? to insure thir Adoption. Price $1 per box, with full directions.. A Fresh supply z a just received and for by Browk !c Co- Joliet. and W. S. Mter, Lockporu' ' - ' ' . ,DR? IlUjLL'S, rV I' K-i-i-'-r j Children will cry for Dr.'UulPg Worm Lozen ges. Only reud wlut this medicine lias done. . - Yoikville, Gibso"no.,Tenu. Dec.2I,184J. . i i Dr. V, E. Hull. Some months since your. a- . gem left witli me" for ale7,what ne' considcieif -7 a larg) supply of our. Worm Lozenges, but l have sold all out, and could have sobl three tio-es as I many more, had 1 been supplied to that amount. V hope you will instruct your. agent to leave a rrimrh greater "supply when becomes this way a-. gain.'. : Their use in my family has beej of great " betiefit.. Edward , McCorcle, Esq..gave some to: ; a child four years old," and the first dosa brought away between thirty an4 forty worms. ; Mr. Wil liam McDanitl had a child whom the physicians . , ' pionoun-ed incurabfe, and said it would die, but . the chili was cured' by using Dr i ' Hull's Worm : Lozerges. .You;s, truly, '1 " " ' '. , 1 " STEP1IF..V LUKIK. ' Price-25 cents per box 4 For iale by Eaow.v Co., Joliet ; and W-S. Mytas, Lorkpoit. , . .---'. ' ' . GUM Elastic and Web Braces, by thedcz, opair, from a fip to 75ct. at t: . Sione Store, East Joliet. . t - . ii Si i i . I f : I ger i'i the application of ih is remedy. - a .':- -; 1 Soid 'bv.ilaowv CU. JoliW: and W. S. IT11, 1 1 b3 LOW Marsh-ili's .-i!c,u Li.;e Thread at 4 -' Mvers, L'j-;kj,oit. . .. A .. J. for sab t-y , u ... station's. 1 '