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Jegcrfal Koticcs,
Holloway’** Pills and Ointment.
Thk ermtsiitai or WouzN.-Cjorrtß iiftM
Swan*. Nothing Is more prevalent then tht« terri
ble atiUclioucf women. or Ices undc«tood (has its
nature and treatment—nntU a few ▼rare back the
kntle «nd cautery were the only remr&y. bat how few
rnrrlred the barbarous and inhuman operation, til
other menus were repudiated. *° ftnborn Is error—
-whet the benign and rationatuiacoreryol Holloway s
Ointment beamed on the world, the news on “the
• tnrs of light," and IfoUowayV establishment whs
Okiiv bciicgeu by niTriads or agonized martyrs to
stnncor, who were aticceMfolir treated and returned
v« their homep rejoicing. Wcnow confidently-wert,
*hm concur, whatever ftr origin has been, can be suc
cef-Mrllveradicnted bv» course of Holloway’s l*ll!s
Oin'tn.cm. 1 his lo the actual testimony of thou*
*aud» already cnrvd by then.
£nman Frr.ilTr, or Physiologi
cal HcscarclicK,
Should he read hr everybody. It treats on, and
ehnwanow, the evilreralts arising from earn abuse
ai*d unhappy contamination raay be subverted, with
n mre method of dispelling the misgivings many ex
perience in entering the marriage state. Fold bv Dr.
Ji. A. HaEEoW, 19l Bleccter street, New York.
Price SR cents. Mailed free ererrwhero.
To !m* bad also of H. 6COVIL, 70 Randolph street,
•Chlpago,Hl. dftJ4-t97-ly-la
Beware of the So-called Dniy
Restorers,
All made of rolpbnr and sugar of lead. The flrat Is
roost dlMprccablo and offenriTe, and the other a rank
pcison, which, although harmless in their operation,
are not lose certain to produce all the evll cffecuof
lead disease. Why use this villainous Bluff, when an
article, ikcrfoctly clean and instantaneous in its ef
fect, and pronounced harmless by; Dr. Chilton, is to be
Sound to .Crlstadcro’a Bair l/ye. When ah other
CMefn] baTC IlJlcd * 14111 alv ®yß proved sue
! 7 J - CKISTADOBO. C A«tor Home,
applied bp ill
dS£&£i! and •»»«>»«. to size.
Itch*
ThePEDEIGOLOTIO, a mre cure for Itch, nil-
HolalJancc,Ac.,«:c. Baris? NO MERCURY la 1U
composition, it can be used wltlioot any danger.
•Jairantedortio no}. Manufactured by E. T. &W.
£ 'JJP.^AULAND, Lafayette, Ind. For sole by LORD
* SMIID. Agents, Chicago, 111. del6-&3-lm
Ball’s Ccdron Bitters.
Let those who have doubted the virtues of BULL’S
CCDRON BTITEBB, if any such there be, read the
following certificate from geUlamen well kiown in
hhU commui itj.and douP) no more.
Its general Introduction into the arm} will save the
Mvcs of thousands of our soldiers.
Louißviuat, St., June Sd, ISSL
wc, the undersigned, have seen the good effects
Produced by tbe tue o: Dr. JONH BULL’S CEOBON
BITTERS in cases of general debility and prostra
tion of the system, and believe Its general use would
I>i event disease and relieve much suffering. Among
our soldiers particularly wonld this he the cate,
©specially those who are exposed to miasmatic In
fluences In the Southern ellipse.
Collector lot, Rev., 5d DU
CHAvtUr C k ,-ION ’ Collector °* the Fort of LooU
CJOL* Provost Marshal General of Ken
’ C ° r * ® ecretM 7 of Sanitary
; 4 C 0„ Publishers Democrat.
Proprietor LooUrille Anzclger. •
•totGiiDs A PAUKHILL, Wholesale Dry Goods
Main street. Louisville, Ky.
GI.KEN ft C()„ Wholesale Shoe Dealers,
.r,. fitrnct.LonliTllle.
HAST ft MAPOTUEK, Llthographera. cor. Market
*« ! d Third kjreef, LoblivJllc,Ky.
JULIUfe Tj.MEPt, Clothing Merchant, cor. Third
.and Market ft*., l.onlßTllls, Ky,
S -J‘• ini.DHF.rn,of Staamer Anderson,
t : £- T< I*'* P*Xn>«ier U. S. Army.
J“-r>¥* AH - «N£>l o nal Hotel, Lonl*vlUe,Ky.
Ji>sL HAi LKB, tth KcatnckrCivilrr *
«KOBGE D. PIiENTICE. LoulS^llSoSSM**
Sold In Chicago at wholesale and retail by
. _ H. Sc'OVLL, 78 Randolph street.
<lclfr*C2Wsai 2tCTr wan
Hair DycJ Hair Djcl!
BACHELOR'S celebrated IIAIR DTE is TH* BIST
r* to* ffoniD. The oalv Qabsl*?*, True and Belt*
able Dye known. This splendid Hair Dye Is Perfect
—chances Red, Busty or Grey Hair instantly, to a
Glomt Black or Natural Hbown, without Injuring
the Uur or Btalulug the Skin, leaving the HalrSof.
Hnd Bcuutllul; Imparts frwb vitality, frequently res*
toriuc Us pristine color, and rectlfl'-a the ill effects ol
Sad Dye*. The Genuine la signed Wilua* A. BAcn
.zloe, all others arc mere Imitations, and should be
avoided. ti;>ld by all Druggists, ftc. Factory,Bl BaN
g.ay street.New York. Jys-g9SMy.
A Physiological view or War.
ria^c.l
Containing nearly 80n napes, and IHflnfc Plates ana
dEugruvtncs of the Anatomy of the bcxnnl Organs in a
rtnt'oi Health and DUcase, with a Treatise on fce.J
*kbo«e, Ita <X-r]oruble consequences upon the Mind
•and Body, wr.fi the Plan of Treatment—the
raly rational and successful mode of cure, as shown
by the report of the cases treated. A truthful advis
er to the married. und those contemplating marriage
*rtir> raunaln doubts of their phvblcul condition.
Bunt free of postage to any address, on receipt of 25
rerun in stamps or postal enrrenry, hy addressing Pr.
LA< KOIX, So. 81 ilolden Lane, Albany. S. T.
oell-nZA-Um.
tern. Xello Smith, Vosußadcn Sc
Hahct.
Treat ah Chronic Diseases, such as Colds, Congfas.
rori«cc.piion ( Asthma, the Lunge, Heart, fitomach,
Kidneys, binder and the Bowels. Dyspepsia, Diarrhea.
Drpvntvry, Gont, BlicutuatUm,Paralrßls, Hip DUease.
White bwelUnge, and all complaints of women and
children ; Sore Kycsand Ears, Cataract Discharges,
Soaring and buzzing Sounds. Also
CANCERS. OLD PORKS OR ULCERS, TUMORS.
WtMs, PILES AND FIBTULES.
Withocl cutting with the knife. A 1 letters mast con*
Cain ten cciite tor a speedy answer. Lrs. TELTO
ISMITU. VON-iiADEN ftBAKEf. Box 60W. Hour
from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Office SI Randolph street,
corner of Dearborn. Chicago llUnoe. fe2s-gs47-ly.
PIIc»: Piles!!
Dr. Wltfield’s Vegetable Pills
Are warranted a certain cure for FISTULA. BLIND
AND BLEEDING PILES.
We wonld caution all who are victims to this dis
tressing complaint to avoid the nse of external oppll
cation* ns they reeult only In aggravating the disrate.
Dr. WITFIELD'S remedy removes the cause of tin.
cuseaSß, and effects a pennament cure.
THIS IS NO QUACK MEDICINE.
These Pills have been tried for tbe last s' ren years,
and In no instance bare they foiled to cnriv
Price cents per box. Sent br mall to anv address.
J. VODNG, Sole IToprietor,
SSI Broadwnv.N. T.
For Mile by BLISS ft SHARP. 11l Lake street, Chb
rago. 111. ocS-m516-3ro.
Jfot tijc firm;
■\TOTICE TO ENROLLED MEN.
Ptraon* who hare been enroTlc.l for the coming
•irafi win lie received into the United States Navy
'until Jan. Mb, ISCi,
To Serre for One Tear,
On board the Gunboats of the inriwdppl RlyorSqaad.
ron. 1 hero Is no marching In this service, bat good
cjuarterp on board ship, meals at rcrular boars, sod
but OKK YEAI; to ecrrc. Apply nt U. 6. .Naval Ecn
<lcrrotiF, riillch’b look, corner North Clark end
Korth V atrr-M».,(apFtttirfc.) JOHN P.IIAKIT,
Acting Master u. S. N., Com. K»t. Benderrous.
dcl£-6£3'«-‘JSI
I>K
:CRUITS FOR
OLD REGUIETTS.
Veteran Volnntecnu $402 Bounty
and Premium*
All other Zlecrnlu, $302 Bounty
and Premium*
All abl6. ! >tdied men between the aces of fttphytAf.
S°JU or 9f^ w^ tftn,w * IO * lllTe heretofore been en
listed and have served for not lea than nine month*
who shall r<MDllft for Regiments in the field, will iw
deemed VETERAN VOLUNTEERS, and as
be entitled to receive one mmuti’spay In advance and
•bounty ana premium of HO2. »*i»uwiwi
To olf other Recruits for Old Ecgt»«it§ t not Vete
rans, ose month’s in advance and a bounty and
•premium of FJC2 u Uf bo paid.
’ r«™:t w111 b<> allowed to SELECT THE EEGI
- prcfeir u>]olu, and will be mastered
into the Regiment of his choice.
All who wbh to Join any of the gallant Reglmenti
*uow In the fli Id, and to receive the mnniflceS boon*
oifereu by the Government, can have the nrlvl
lege by calling at the Headquarter* of y
Capt. WM. JAMES, Provost Marshal of the Ist Dis
trict, ai Oileajro.
-Cart. AMOS t. COON, Provost Marshal of the 2C
District, ai Marcr.ro. „
capt. JOHN v. EUSTACE, Provost Marshal of the
Yd District, at Dixon.
Cant. JAMES ffUODBDPr. Provost Marshal nf
4th District at Qnlucy.
Cent, JAMES M. ALLAN, Provost Marshal of the
Bth District at Peoria.
CspU ABEL LONG WORTH, Ihvvost Marshal of tht
6th District, at Joliet. » •
Capu W. 6ITUIAN, Provost Marshal of the «tb Dis
trict, at Danville.
Cnpt.B.F. WESTLAKE, Provost Marshal of the 9th
District, at Mt. Sterling.
Cant. WILLIAM M. Fi-Y, Provost Marshal of the
10th Dletrlrt, at Jacksonville. *
Cant. MORTIMER O. KEAN. Provost Marshal of
the nth District, at Olnrv. "
Cant. GFORGE ABBOTT. Provost Marshal of the
SSth District, at Alton. '
Cant-1 AACN. PHILLIPS, Provost Marshal of th»
Uth District, at Cairo. ;
MEN OF ILLINOIS,
You are again summoned to rally around the dear ole
Flag. Your spontaneous and glorious patriotism bai
blihcrto more than cpnallcd every call ofyoor coun
try. Imperishable lustre bos crowned the arms of the
Invincible legions ol your brethren already In the
held. N'oothcrStatcbassoprondarecord. The ro
befuon Is recline and staggering beneath the tremen
dous blows of the brave and stalwart eons of the Be-
Cobilc. A few blows more and Treason dies. The end
inear. Voor country again calls. She asks you tc
close up the thinned ranks of the battle-scarred he
roes, who, on a hundred glorious fields have made the
name or**llllnoUnn M a terror to the foe and the watch
word of victory, bbe greets you with a liberality wor
thy alike of her gratitude for your past achievements
•nd her faith in your ability to win yet more endortne
renown. BUoorsansJ to the field again Iby hundred!
•nd thousands and assist in the final effort that shall
bring the Infernal Dragon of Secession to the dust for
ever. So, living or dying, shall this Commonwealth and
the Republic bless you, and your names aod mem>
rlcs be Immortal 1 JAME& OAKJCS.
Llent, Col. 4th U. sToavalry,
eclS-ohß-Sro. A. A. Pro. Mar. Gen. HI.
TO GAS CONSUMERS.—I would
call the attention of the public to my new and
elegant aasortmeui of
GAS FIXTURES,
pally receiving from the most celebrated mauurao*
aurcre lntheKiu.l Which 1 am now offering at each
I nice* u will d« fy the competlttoa of any othar house
D (he trade. Head my list of prices. Call andJndge
foryottreelves before porchasloc elsewhere. t
Plato Single Joint Brackets from $1.03 to fLSS
jMaln Double Joint Brackets fr0m.,..—., US to 1.73
jttore Pendants from IJS to 10.00
•Twb Light Chandelier* froni A.SO to ItAO
Three Eight Chandeliers from ISO to 15.09
Tour Light Chandelier** from 0.03 to 30.00
tl* Light Chandeliers from .2000 to 80.C0
B. D. McFAIXANX.
■dcST-tSQOIm _ W Lasslle street.
«JiO THE LADIES OF CHICAGO,
JKtrs. M. M. Cross. M. D.,
Physician to the Female Department of the Green
Mount Water Cure, Uchmond, Ind.,
Dcare* to Inform her friends and the public that she
Its* ridded to znenr solicitations, and has decided to
opcnim office In Chicago for the winter, while (be
Vc is undergoing repairs end improvements.
She will remain three months irom January Ist, and
•wiUrivo her special attention to diseases of wotne:.
Mrs. tiroes hat made this class of diseases a specialty,
rod has betti encaged In an extensive practice for the
past ten years. The remarkable success which has
attended her mode of treatment is well known
throughout the West. Mre. Gross Is ttntrammcled by
the different schools of medicine, and makes nee of
iHoseromedlce which a long and successful practice
l.i.e proven to be most beneficial. Mrs Gross may be
yonod at *5 Harrison street, two doors west ofWabash
atomic office hours from 11 A. U. to BP.M.
de2*-s9W-2w
JOHN M. WILLIAMS,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
18 South (Voter Street.
Jlavlnr narchaacd before the recent ad ranee nlarae
«nd entire new el -jck of goods, offtxs the same to the
trade on as favorable terms as any house In theNortb-
noZk-rarMa
A BBISONFARMERS’MDTIJAL
J\. INSURANCE COMP ANT.—Notice Is hereby
sriven diet tlic Annual Election of the Officers of the
Addison Farmers' Mutual Insurance Companvwlu
be held at the office of the said Company, In Addison,
on the second Saturday of January. A. D. 1651, being
the ninth day thercoL_By order of Director*.
BENhTD. FI6CHKB, Sec'y.
‘ 4 STONISHING TO ALlJ—Prof
/\ j) e Casta, the celebrated Astrologer and Clair
-voyant. is now In Chicago, andean l>e consulted by
Jciu ron all bcflnees affairs. The past, present and
future riven In writing. If truth fs not told the
money refunded. tl. Prof, RALPH
Dz C A6TA, care P. O. Drawer 6530, Chicago.
dtis-taaMd
gIJPREME COURT OP ILLI-
I NOlfi. OTTAWA—UNITED »ATES CIBCJJIT
BBT. CHICAGO.-The undersigned will attend the
above courts regularly. All business entrusted to
him will be zironiptly attended to. ~
pju* *«v W£AD Attorney at Law.
Peoria, Illinois.
(gmutmsslon fHecrijanfs
TOM S.
O (J.B. IL, late of Churchman A Roberts,)
PEODUCE COUKIESIOF MEECHANTS.
EULrr.aurcis.—Messrs. Joses de Culbertson. Chi
caro; Thai. H. Brown. Chicago. del&-f1772-*™i
AVID STUART & CO.,
AMERICAN
Produce Commission Merchants.
UTEBPOOL, ENGLAND.
Advances made on consltrcments to onr v,
WM. AiicmsoK, jE.iaSnSw.taSt.cuSS l
_ _ RErrmrM-
iu-t gnE.rrH.
e.’ 4 A Stuart & Bankers. New York
Stuart dc Brother, Philadelphia. flel-rtOMm
QRIFFDf BROS.,
COMMISSION MEBCHANTS,
No, 6 Pomeroy Building
iMißr.Giarra, Augustus GKirrrx.
QTEABINE CANDLES.—We are
|y daily rccelTlng a supply of the above from the
manufactory of Hampton 1-eedom, Milwaukee, to
which we mpettfnliy lontc the attention of whole
sale and retail purchasers.
„ T. WILSON BLAYNET & CO..
Commisalot Merchant*, M Dearborn street. Chicago.
Jal-KW-St T navis
TJUTTER 1 BUTTER! BUTTER 1
JLP Families and the trade will find a constant sun
p!) from the best dairies, at 1
T. WILSON BLAYXET & CO’S.
Produce Commission Merchants, 54 Dearborn street
jai-usosiruawifl •
ung
PLOREN C E
SEWING MACHINE,
The only Machine making more than one
kind of Stitch.
IT MAKES TUB
LOCK OR SHUTTLE STITCH,
it Bakes Tint
DOUBLE LOCK STITCH.
XT MAKES THE
KNOT STITCH.
IT MAKES THE
DOUBLE MOT STITCH.
wwwnt»Ssi?ii?®ii ## . the celebrated REVERSIBLE
£S;l^’^ , . chcoa V 1 “ ll i e °Pcra‘<H > to fasten Endsol
* i?fk c rl° few Belt to Right, or ld*Ui to Left*
s °Pcriop points or excellence areat
tamed without complication of machinery 1
EASILY MANAGED.
RUNS QUIET.
PRACTICAL HEMMER.
HANDSOME TABLE.
_ . ~ . TOVrr STITCHES.
Each machine U furnished with ons of
• Bamam’s Celebrated Self-Sewers..
Every Slacliine Folly Warranted,
Call and examine this triumph of
Sewing Mechanism.
WM. H. SHARP & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS.
124 Late Street. Chicago, Illinois.
___ ce22-a972-10t ° *
M ERRT CHRISTMAS
Happy New Year.
Who woold not prefer. In selecting Holiday Gifts, to
combine with beauty and elegance, the us*ruz.,T>uxA*
Bix and nncrxKßATivz in the highest possible de
gree? Who wonld not prefer to receive such? As a
present to any jo.i t ob fasult, nothing conld be
more acceptable than thatonlet, rapid and charming
WrfLCOX ft GIBBS SKWTNO MACHINE. which 1*
so eminently serviceable and practical in the bauds of
any one, however unskilled and Inexperienced, with
the continued progress of the last year. It will very
soon be comparatively the only Machine bongbt foi
family nse. shall we send yon a Holiday Present for
your mend.
Hew York prices—Ho charge for Freight.
„ L. I'OKKELL * co„
OeO-iTOV-lin Gcnenu Agents, 133 L&re street.
Tt/TERCHANT TAILORS^-Save
ITJL yon seen the
No. 3 Empire Sewing Machine I
THE NTW PATENT SHUTTLE?
If It will not do better work. It wUlecrtatalvdo
more, drop fewer stitebra. make less than one-tenth of
tbe n-jtee. run very much easier, and do every kind of
work as well as any machine In the world. Look out
for the most servlceablcand most durable Manufactur
ing Sewing Machine for a noun at pbeskxt. New
■i orkprices. No charge for freight. L. CORNELL ft
CO. General Agents. Lake street. doS-rTSI-lm
Hanking anb 35xdjangc,
L'IRST RATIONAL BANK
3L OF CHICAGO. ’
J2S LASALLE STREET.
CAPITAL PAID IN, - • $250,000*
„ . „ E. B. BBAISTED, Cashier.
E. Aiken, President. no3-p263-ly-le
RANK OF AMERICA.—PubIic
JL> Notice Is hereby given, that all Bills or Clrculat
lag Notes of the
“BANK OP AMEBIC.!,»
Heretofore Incorporated tnd doing business in the city
of Chitoro, under the general banking lairs of the State
of minors, most be presented for payment to the Audi*
tor ox Public Accounts of said State, at his odre. Is
o>e city of Springfield, irlthln three years from the
date hereof, or the funds deposited for the redemption
of said notes wilt be given up to eald bank.
Dated this Soth day of May, A, D.ISGI.
_ „ „ GEORGE SMITH. President.
E. W. Wn.T.sim. Cashier. Jy2C-c252-toje7-<M
Sxprrss JLiuts.
NTEW FREIGHT "express
J.' HKE.
PUTOHOUTH, GLENWOOD,
COBKCIL' BLUFFS & EDDYTILLB.
The undersigned have establlshe a Team Line from
aod to the above points, and will carry freight via
2HXUSCTOX iw) sossom HIVES,
AND
CLltago,- Bcranjton and Qnlncy BaOroads,
At the below given rates per 100 pounds, until Nov. Ist,
_ , ’ Ist class. Sddo. 3d do. 4th do.
Chicago to Council
Bluffs and Oxnaha_- S2JO {2.70 g3AO *3 Jr
Alter Nov. li*t, and until further notice—
Chicago to Council
Dldfa and Omaha.... *3.05 fIAS *2.75
Merchants and ehlppen entrusting the transportation
of their freight to the undersigned, mn rely open 1U
speedy transportation.
Goods will be classified according to Eastern classi
fication.
Be particular and mark packages via
“BURLINGTON AND EDDTVILLK."
For further Information apply to G. F. n END RIB a
CO., Council Bluffs: TOOTLE A HANNA. Platta
meuth: E. 8. BOSBTSHELL, Glenwood; FISH A
WIGHTMAN, Eddyvllle. ’
- C. F. HENDRIK A CO.
Coujcczx. Bluffs, Oct. 9,1863.
Forftrlhcr Information apply to the General Freight
Office, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Co-
Chicago. 0c26-oasa-Sm
iUcOr auk ©il ffiJKorlts.
QHICAGO LEAD AND
.. OIL WORKS.
E. W. BUTCHFORD, PROPRIETOR,
Cor. Clinton and Fnlton St*.,
manufacture
Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Bar Lead;
LINSEED CIL AND OIL CAKE,
_ , , (Collier White Lead and OH Co.
Chicago Agcnry for V St. Lculs Shot Tower Co.
{ W.A B. Douglas' Man ofaet’g Co.
Particular attention Is Invited to my
BOILED LIASEED OIL,
Of which a stock is kept consjantly on hand. OIL
LAKE, ground and tmgronnd, packed in baa-els f oi
shipment, and sold In quantities to suit.
TERMS CASH.
For prices address E. W, BLATCHTOBO,
nol2-p7CS-8m Chicago, DL
(Eflpartncisljip. _
COPARTNERSHIP. —The under
signed hare this day formed a copartnerabln.
nndcrtbe name and style o! PETTITT A SMITH. for
we purpose of carrying on a General Comraisidon
bnrtnese. _ KOBT. W. PETTITT.
Chicago, Dec. 15, ISO. G.L.SUmz.
PEni’lT A: smiu,
<Bncce«son to T. M. Turlay A co.j
FOBWAEDJSG & €OSmiSSIO\ MERCHANTS,
• 81 South Water street, comer of State, Chicago.
B W. PZTTIIT. lde2o>sS76-2m] O.L.eiOTn.
The copartnership
heretofore existing between Adolptans Jaeger.
Ferdinand Jacter and Emil Jaeger, tinder the urm
and style of A. JAhGEKA CO .ft dissolved by mu
tual corscnt, Adolphus Jaeger having withdrawn.
Ferdinand and Emil Jaeger only are authorised to
collect accounts dne the old firm.
ADOLPHUS JAEGRTL
FERDINAND JAEGEB.
EMIL JAEGEB.
IF 1 . <Sc EL JAEGER,
Successors to A. Jscgor A and Whole*
sale Dealers In
Crockery, China and Glassware,
103 lake-St,, Chicago, 111
JuMISC-lm • ’
T|ISSOLUTION T .—The copartner-
X7«hlp heretofore existing between James J. Wal
worth and William (•. Hubbard, under the firm name
of M ALWOItTII, lIOBCAKD A cO h Is *hl§ dtr dls
solved by mutual consent. Said James J. Walworth
will pay all debts owing by said Arm, and will collect
and receive all monies doe or owing to said Urm
ISlgncd.] JAMES J7WALWOUTIT,
Chicago, January I, IB ™UJAMC.uraiLU U ..
J- Walworth haring purchased
the Interest ofW illisni C. Hubbard In the bn-daes*
«lo property of the lute Urm of Walworth. licbbwd
the old stand, 2i5 Lake street, under the firm ziame
«ndstyleot WALWO'rrH. JR*BBA&&CO
Cblcsgo, January I,ISCL Jal-tSI-lt
pOPARTNERSIHP NOTIOE.
The undersigned have this day formed a conirt*
and of WILLIAM K.
A CO.. OJ Chlrtigo, for the trauaactlon of
}MSSTi£^ffA“c ln .Ssiu"‘ d bm “ kc °
cu - Bo!l<>D -'
CHAHLIid A, MOUSE. ( CtlC3 E°-
Chicago, Jan-1. ISG4. jal-UOT-lm
T>RASS STENCIL ALPHABETS.
If M. J. MTSTCALFJ3BON,
45K SALEM BTBEET. BOSTON, MASS-
The only mannfacturora In the united States or Brass
Alphabets and Figures, to any great extent or la any
variety. Sold at wholesale, at tbe lowxst cash
raoss. Also, the BEST OK INDELIBLE BTRNGEL
INK, viitT czncAP. Stencil Dies and all kinds ot
:stoocllblock. Inpulrios or ordersprompu^attended
€l)tcdiga tftribnuc.
MONDAY, JANUARY 4,1804.
LIST OF LETTERS
Bemainlng uncalled for iu tlie Chicago Posl
Office.
Adcal Maria are Anderson John mrs
Adame Alizabcth mrs Andrews li II tors ~
Atmces J mrs 8 Armstrong T mrs,
Akerly E mre Arnold Nancy mrs
Akerly T Id mre Arthur Mary miss
Allieon Annil mrs Arnottmre -
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IVfEW STATE MAP OF
Xl ILLINOIS.
Edw. Mendel’s New Township and Sectional
Map of Illinois. t
Complied from United States and actual surveys;
showing all Roads, Railroads, Rivers, Cauals.Creeks
and villages In the State, and having the name of
each township distinctly bxqrated thebzox.
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principal cities,a valuable Geological Diagram of
tiie state, and a very accurate and comprehensive
Kailv ay Map of the United States. Also; cartful!*
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SALE IN ADMIBALTr.—Dv virtue of four
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of the United States District Court for the Southern
District of Illinois, in admiralty, dated on the 26th
day of Decemb. r, A D. 1863, will be sold at Public
Sale, to the highest and best bldderfor cash.at Cairo
In said District, on the 15th day of January, A. D
1864, the following described property, to wit • 159
bales of cotton. 21 mnles,4 mules, l baery.l cirt
l box of medicines and 13 mules, the same bavin*
been condemned os contraband of war
D. L. PHILLIPS,
U. B. Marshal.
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wood & Co., J. Y. Bcammon, W. Gurnee, H. W.Osbora
president I. C.8.R.C9>:000, Beal/. des-r96B^wMp
®ostctter's fitters.
•pi OSTETTER’S
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTERS.
HOSTETTERS’
Stomach Bitters-
Strengthen the Stomach,
invigorate the nerves,
Segnlato the bowels,
Ergen crate the liver.
Improve the appetite.
Animate tbe spirits.
Equalize the circulation,
Tone tbe whole system,
And thus prolong life.
Hostetter’a Bitters.
Dofjr unwholesome air.
Qualify Impure water.
Guard against damp,
Prevent malarious fevers.
Antlelpato Indigestion,
Baffle fever and ague.
Brave all climates.
Recruit exhausted nature.
Sustain body and mind,
Hostetter’s Bitters.
Enfeebled dyspeptics,
Toll-weariod operatives.
Soldiers in the hospital,
Pale, careworn citizens,
Settlers in new lands,
Travelers and explorers.
Victims of sea sickness,
Tho aged and decrepit!,
Should all be provided
Host ewer’s Bitters,
Harmless a*a Stimulant,
Powerful as a Tonic,
Quick as a Corrective,
Safe as an Alterative,
Mild aa a Laxative,
Sure as a Restorative,
Good os an Appetizer,
Pleasant as a Cordial-
Life has no safeguard
EQUAL TO
HOSTETTER'S .BITTERS,
thv! PERILS OF THE SEASON,
HOW TO AVOID THEM.
It Is of Infinite Importance to the public to know that
HOSTETTEEVS
STOMACH BITTEB3
Prevent, relieve and core the complaints doe! preva
lent in.this climate during the
BPRENG OF THE YEAR.
Actingdlrect
y upon the stomach, and through the stomach upon
the liver, the bowels, the circulation, and the nervous
system, they Impart to'ihe. vrhole organization a degree
of vigor and elasticity which enables ns to resist the
unhealthy atmospheric Influences,'by which so many
dlstrcselng maladies are produced and prolonged, Tho
great predisposing cause of sickness la Cossrmr
tiosal and Physical Debtlitt. Disease, like a
coward, generally assails the feeble, and turns aside
from the strong. And this Is especially true of the
-forms of disease which prevail at the breaking up ol
winter. Tho first warn* of the Spring sun seem
to thaw out from the frozen ehrth the elements of In
numerable ailments. The miasma which the frost
'lied hermetically scaled up. Is let loose In clouds of
vapor, and Fever and Ague, Bilious Remittent Fevers
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Dlplhcria, Rheumatism,
Bilious Colie, Asthma, Coughs, Colds, Physical and
Mental Depression, and a low and feeble condition of
all the vital functions, are among the moat common
consequences of the great Spring thaw which fills the
air with unwholesome damps. Foxrzrr rv ajjvaxcb
1 against these prostrating and destructive agencies,
leox-plate the system, as It were, by. resorting tg a
tonic and alterative, which wQI bring every organ
and fibre of tho frame Into the best possible state for
resisting the flying arrows of disease* which the fogs
and winds of March,* April and May bear upon their
mephitic wings. Remember that HOSTETTEK’3
STOMACH BITTERS are like a strong garrison thrown
Into a fort before the approach ol the enemy. They
fobeabh the citadel oflzfx aoazxst the attacks
of v suxAsiss that arise from sudden changes of
temperature, impure air, privation, exposure, exces
sive labor, and malarious exhalation. Hence they arc
INVALUABLE IN CAMP,
And no military hospital ought to be without a suffi
cient supply, both for preventive and remedial pur
poses. Happily the attention of the " .
MEDICAL STAFF OF THE ARMY
Basbcen directed to the epbject, and the proprietors
of Hostzttzb’s Bursts congratulate the troops now
In arms for the' Union on the probability that the
Aduutzbated Cohtracp at present
nsedjas medicines by the army Surgeons, will soon be
superseded by the purest and best Tonic, Alterative
and Invlgorant that baa ever been presented to
Faculty in this or any other country. - Since the war
commenced considerable quantities of the preparation
have been forwarded from time to time to field and
line officers, both In the Western and Eastern armies, •
for their own personal use; and letters from some of
the most eminent military pen In the sezrlce attest
the extraordinary virtues of the Bitters as a means of
sustaining strength and promoting health In the* midst
of hardship and exposure, and also as a safe stimulant
for. the wounded. ’As private citizens, many of the
officers of volnnteers bad proved the hygclon proper
ties of the article, and, therefore, wisely resorted tolt
as a protective and a remedy, where their health Is
necessarily in greater peril than It wonft be in civil
life.
.. Dyspepsia is never so general or so distressing as at
.this season. The appetite Is keener, and is Indulged
to a greater extent In the Winter than at any other
time of the year, and the consequence is that the ftmo-
Hons of the stomach, bowels and liver, are over-taxed
during the cold weather, and are often, in a relaxed
and partially torpid condition when Spring arrives.
NOW, therefore, this is a time to brace up the diges
tive and secretive organa for Iho’Bummer campaign
with nosTZTOn’a Btirzna. To neglect this precau
tion under such circumstances, is to invito Canoxio
IxniQzsnox, the most melancholy and disheartening
of all complaints.
As a Boost, as well as a Preventive, this celebrat
ed'medical cordial ranks among the most potent
preparations of theage. It breaks np Intermittent and
remittent fevers promptly and without debilitating the
patient, and is equally efficacious In disorders of the
liver and the bowels. For all complaints of the stom
ach, it is as nearly infallible as anything of human
rigln, can be expected to be; and In cases of general
weakness,ltls UtcraDya Yxtaxjziso Elixzb. Con
valcseents will find It the safest and best Inrigoran
end BestoratlTe ever administered to exhaustive hu
inanity. It is guaranteed to be absolutely free from
all the corrosive elements which enter Intothecom
position of ordinary diffusive stimulants, and Its effect
upon the nervous system is' wonderfully soothing aad
5 who wish, to Ins art? their health for the
Sommer, use Hostkttxs’s Stoxach Bittus as a
Spring Medicine. %
HOSTETTER & SMITH,
PITTSBURGH, ’
And sold by all Druggists and Family Grocers.
X3T New York Office, 429 Broadway.
Jyl-g3tt-Cm-ltew-WKi>
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE.
-•too. lor mtPljSS't'S L r '4 C ““K£ -
VSSS^J^^J:S^SSSr&
PlffM. Irtm H.J, cS™.(iSS.a's'b" amor olUiom
pointsteypn^StomUo SliT°riS*
The price must be written oat in words on the bis.
Coin to he pat a p in goo i itout **cfc.vo -.»boau«
enib. Oats la IKa sacks. of about three bnsheS
e*ch TOe sacks to be torn »hed without sxte charge
{Sled G ® Tfrn “ ent * The bar and straw to he secarvr
Tee pari Itular kind or«ivKrtMlon of o.ts.con.hay
or straw, propose! to be delivered must be statei us
Ibe proposals.
All the artless offered asder the Mij hereto Invited,
■will be iuMe:t to a > Infection by the Govern?
meat Inspector befbrabeingacceptcd.
. Contracts will te awarce. from time to Uraetothe
lowest rcato&alble blocer, as uetotereat of the Gor
ircment n.aj reqalio a-.o payment will be made whim
the whole amount contracted for stall hare bent da*
llvered aaa accepted.
The bidder w in bo require-1 to accompany Ms pro.
pesat with a guatantr. signed by two responsible per
sons. that to case Ll* Hi Is s- cept'M be or tier will,
wlibln ten days thereafter, execute the contract for
the same, with coos anc 4uffl(t;entsareilMla a smn
equal to tbe amount of the contract, 1 1 deliver the
fi rage proposed to conformity with thet«rnuof this
aCTeruemest: and In esse the said bl:<I»r suoailfsß
to enter into tbe roct'act. they to mate good tie dl£
irreoce between of saithldder and tbe next
low stole tlcder.ortas person to whom tha
contract may be awsr*. Ed
Tbe reeporslbtlltT of the guarantors mast be sbows
by the ofll'tsi certificate of a U. 9. District Attorney
Collector of Customs or any other oificer aider tas
I'd C‘i States Govercmoit, o.* responsible parson
known to th Is office.
All bidders win be duly notified of the acceploncaor
rejection of tbelr proposals. *>
Tbe fall came and P. O a ifireea of each bidder must
telealMywrlttrnln tbe proposal. ,
. Procoeols mast bo addressed to Brigadier General
D.H. Barker, Chief Depot QuartermsHter.
ton.D.C,»ad should be plaUlymaraed* 4 Proposals
XorPotaco.”
Bonds, In a sum equal to the omcact of the contract
sl&zedby tbe cos'ractor and ootn ’'ls guarantors, will
be required of the »uccessml bidder or bidders npon
signing the contract. .
Blanklormsofbld*, guarante-s, and bonds,msybf
Obtatnsd on application at tbh office.
FOKM OF PROPOSAL,
(Town, County, and State) —.
, . (Date) —— ——
. I. the subscriber, do hereby propose to fornlab and
reliver to the United States, at toe Quartermaster's
Department at —agreeably to the terms of
J.oar anvmi-cinent, Inyltlcg proposals for forage.
> »trd wajhlagton Depot, December 3,1963, the follow
togartlcl s.Tiz;
—— hostels of Corn, In sacks, at per bnshsl of 5f
pounds.
poaaSs 01 oat3 ‘ lneack? * at —per bushel of»
toasoM sled Hay, at—per ton of 3,000 poonda.
at;a ' r * ** —P« ton ofu.wipouads.
Delivery to commence on or before the -—— dS
Of- —■, ISB , and to be complet'd on or before tbe
. ■■■day 0f——.134 ,and pledge myself to en
ter Into a written contract with the Cor*] States
with good and approved securities, wltoin the space
of ten cays after being notified that my Md has been
accepted. Your obedient servant.
FEOTECT rOUBIIEAtIB
WITH
Brighter Geernl D. IL Rrcsxx,
ChlefDepot Qnartenn aster.
Washington, D. C.
tt ® undersigned, residents of f la iht
Counsyot —— .ana State of .hereby Jointly and
Morally. ooTCnant with the UrltN? Stoles.aud
MteMn cate the foregoing bid of beaccectad.
nr O .«MV > i7 lll, day* alter toe accent
“fa of aald bid. execute tae contract for the same
vith good and safficleatsurerles, Is a sum eooal to the
amount of the contract, to fnrnl»b the foragu proposed
iSSSSf OI 2 n ll£* 0 ter ™ B of advertisement dated f)S
cembcr 8, lSC3.nr.der attUb thebtdwasmade.aad in
catetba tald■ snail fSfito enter Into a contract ai
ar “te^ to maXe good the difference
between ibe offer by tyj raid and tba next
lowest responsible bidder or tie persouto whom the
contract may be awarded.
Witness#. j Given under our bands and
I ibis day of , 188 .
fSeal.]
that ‘ te r- e ** Bt °f “T teloiSfeis
£?£..*• tte ahoTe named guarantor* are goc»d and
S?r“b.“ 101 tt * 4monl,t t°rwElcliU. q
«J°£*,? er ! ,flefl A' r the States District Attor
“ffft Collector of Customs, or any ether officer tmdet
ißown , to < tW?omce° Ttrnmeal, or per**
‘‘All proposals received under tbla advortlaeraent
eDe J a i l Ps£iff? :dned ®*‘bl* office on WED-
IjESDAi and SATURDAY of each week, at U if.
Bidders are respectfully Invlh d to be present at tbe
opening of bids," U they desire. p s ‘ ai “ c
and Quartermaster
ivofiaeft's fitters.
WITH
GREENBACKS are GOOD
BUT
BOBACK’S are BETTER
ROBACK’S
ROBACK’S
ROBAGK’S
STOMACH
STOMACH
• STOMACH
BITTERS
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t-... . Sold at Wholesale by
TULLEB, FIJfCH ft PULLEK, tv. U.ITARBIS& CO..
LORD dt SMITH. SMITH *
ft CO..J. ROEMUELD, WIIIGHT
ft FRENCH, A. F. CHOSKKY, C. H. BECKWITH.
P-.O BCOVILLR. At* Retail br BLISS ft
SHARPE, WRIGHT ft FRENCH, MAXN * DVCHE
OAI.EBftoTnF.RS.E. n. SAIiGEN'T, 51. JEROME,
JOS. WILLARD. W H. DILLISGIiAM. cor. Van
Boren and State street, and by Druggists generally.
Db. C. W, ROBACk, Prop,, Cincinnati.
C. A. COOK, Chicago, General Agent,
_ Offices! ft 26 Market street, Llnd’aßlock.
fcll-rSSS-lyeod
insoluble (Cement.
Cheat Discotiet.
Applicable to the
useful Arte.
A sew thlug.
IU Combination.
Boot and Shoe Han-'
nfactofere,
jewelers.
Families.
It la* liquid.
Remember.
Sold hj LORD A 1
Lake street, Chicago
whom all order? nur
EallcmanlTs Specific.
U 8 E
IAU.KMffiD‘B SPECIFIC will not care all die.
eases. It will core
Rheumatism, Goat and Jfenralgia.
Hundreds have certified to this fact.
For Sale by all DrtzcMi. Price, One
Doll ir r-er Bottle.
nolS-r7l-6m-wr*K
JB•masaOXS’ STAHSABD
JlWii.' SCALES,
.OF ALL SIZES.
Fairbanks, Greenleaf ft Co.,
i&tmMlj ErST '’ CInCAGO -
t!To CTomractcrs.
ROBACK’S
. USEiTTL AND VALUABLE
DISCOVERY |
HILTON’S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
! L. : S,^ r ., more general practical
futility than any Invention now
before the public. It haa been
thoroughly tested during the last
two years by practical men. and
pronounced oy all to be
Superior to Any
Adhesive Preparation known.
, Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Is a new tblog, aad tbo result ot
years of study; Us
oo soiEranc PnncciFLas, aad
tmderso circumstances or change
of temperature will it become
corrupt or emit any offensive
smell.
.BOOT and SECOE
Bfr '
[annfhctnrers; nsfng Machines,
will and It the beat article known
for Cementing the Channels, as It
works wlthont delay, la not affec
ted by any change of temperature.
JEWELERS
Will find it sufficiently adhesive
for tbelr use, as baa beea proved.
It Is especially adapted
to Leather,
And we claim aa an especial
merit, that It stick* Patches ami
. Linings to Boots and Shoes Bniil.
clently strong without stitching.
IT IS THE ONLY
LIQUID CE.nii.TT
Extant that 1* a sure thing for
mending
t'UUNITUUE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS,
boi»e^ ort
And articles of Household Use!
KEMEMBBB,.
Eli ton's . Insoluble Cement
Is In a liquid form, and os easily
applied us paste.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Is Insolubfa In water or oIL
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied m Family or Mannrac
torer'i Packages, from 3 ounces
to ICO pounds.
HUTOK BROS. ft C 0. r
PflOP VJCTO29,
PROVIDENCE- 2.1.
SMITH, Wholesale Druggists, 29
o, HU General Western Agonu. to
ty be addressed. JelO-gaMywF.kJi
J. H. BLOOD, Sole Agent,
21 JTorth Fifth street, SC. Louis.
J. ZL REED ft CO.,
Agents for Chicago.
Scales.
H)rttntDnj's ISitract IBttclm,
rjio THE PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO TUB PUBLIC.
TO TUB PUBLIC.
TO TUB PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO TUB PUBLIC,
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO TUB PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THK PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO TUB PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO THK PUBLIC.
lO TUB PUBLIC:
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THS PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THB PUBLIC*
TO THE PUBLIC
TO THB PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TO THE PUBLIC.
In the tear 13-46, the writer of this article embarks*
MSs^'^SßassgaßSarssA
his jane has been employed la uo manufacture of urn
various solid and fluid extracts.
Host prornir rat among those to which he desires to
ca, J J5 e »H]? cll,ar a * , ««wtou of the locally, draggista
•o^thePShle, ax* tbe Highly Concentrated.Flowki
&act Bar bn, ma Highly Concentrated Plaid Extract
hsrrapariiia.
Both c»there are prepared on purely scientific prm
cl.lea (In vacuo), and embody the fun strength of toe
various togreclehls enterieg Into their composition.
The*, medicines require considerable care in the pre
paration, andthe emp’oyment of different menstroa
in successive operations to take op the extract!**
ma ters, and Inconsequence are most frequently Im
properly made, and not enfrosnently much Impaired.
If not rrreerec totally leare, by the Injudicious and
unskillful management of those unacquainted with
pharmaceutical preparations.
!n c l? acbQ . “oon Inspection, will be foaad
to beof u» ocor. colorend tasteof tne plant Of that
not a cars, gloitoous preparation. A
ready and conclusive test will be a comparison of its
KspensiSory** 1 thO,S Mt forUl !n ta ° Catted State
w Tfi Extect Sarsaparilla la /hr superior to any prs.
paratipn that baa ever coma to my notice as a blood
pnr MSi? g A tablsapooaful of the Ertract Ssr
saparQla adOed to a pint of eater 1* fully eqoal to the
S e *£r ,r ?* e< * Ulet Drtok, so much used by ok
fr bled and delicate constitutions of both sexes and
all ages.
One bottle Is frilly equal In strength to one gslloa of
the syrup or decoction as usually made, ana bun trass
of drngsfrts throughout the couutry hare adoatei it
to masbg their syrupa of this name.
1 desire to thlacooD»criou to snake a plain statemaat
of fact*, being rccmptly to do so- *
Fint—By a conaiurratioa of theweltoreofanfferlax
humanity.
Second—Because 1 do not wish my articles classified
aa nostrums or pat nt medic toes, many of which are
made by persora too Ignorant to read a physician'*
simplest prescription, much less to maanfactore ahar
aacoutical preparations.
Thoserersorsadvirtlsc. tbla lam compelled tote
to bring mv name before the public. conscientiously
believing than have tbe most valuable articles rial
were ever advertised. t They have been advvtiacd
over tea years, commencing la a small war. and have
not only sustn-ed thrir reputation, bat ttelr noon
larity baa extended to ell parts ot the United States
snd wisely throughout foreign countries.
As before remarked. I, in common with the maaa
fsctnpers of patent meolones, aurertisa my medlcmea.
lint bow short Lven have been toe thousand a of those
artliles. Ana yet there are many persona who wfß
continue to ttluk that merit In tbe article la note*,
aential to success.
Mrccnne in maaypartlculare has been Quite differ
ent from that of any others. With over 30.010 usaolf.
cl.ef certificates ano recommendatory letters from all
sectloLs, many of are from the highest source#
incluti ig eminent phisiclana, elergyaea, stateuaen*
Ac . 11 ave not been fn tbe habit o? resorting to their
publication In the newspapers. I do not do this for
tiie reason that, as my articles rank aa standard remn.
eles.th iy Co not neei to Pe proppednp by certificates.
1 may. however, w Itbout t .o much deviation from my
plat, present here a soeclmen-one selected by chance
Dom the «i eat number at hand ileal the following
certificate of a cute cf over twenty yam’standing- *
Lswiyrojr, P*., Jaa. lltb, 13ST.
have been troubled with aa affection
er ana Moneys for over twenty years I
bac tried physicians in vain, asd at last concluiad to
P*™ vour genntoe I fiVhirS
v blehlT spoken of I have usee three bottles, ami
have obtafrea more r-llef from Its effects ana feel
much better than I Lave for twenty yearn previous
.SS SSftSfflS
ssaarfißiS
unUnlyjcran. H. C.MoCOIUUCC
i^S^^t^tSSSSS^SSfS
Uevelsfcnlabave beerftomygiwvehadlt not been
for It. Tour obedient servant, . -' °* sa
U. C. McCORMICK,’
K,no^ g r ' ftrtmM * t "«-
,^ifc»s^wsaSsssffiaar«s:
Hon. D. R. PORTER, Ex-Goremor Pw
lion. R C Gltlßß. Judge U. 8. Court.
Hcc. JOHS BIGLER, Ex-Governor CaZUbrnla.
Of .tho ■whole number treated, u shewn by onr certi
ficate!. 8.720 were treated for disease* of the BU«*e~
Kinneys. Gravel a»d Dropsical Swellings. The ivbn
age amount of medicine consumed, as per certificates,
was seven bottles • the average tam of suffering on
year sod one month. Of this rlßber. 33) two ft
n3aJej-.227 cbOaren.srd the balance mafes.
10 4r 1 Jf. ere .VS flt £rom diseases amine from. E.i cm.
scf. Habits of Dissipation, youthfni imprudence a*tra
cea with various symptoms, amooe which will <m
round—ur.ispomion to exertion, weak nerves, ojm
ness ofTisloD|&l£t (sweats, pallia countenance, ere ah
mommy, restlessness, borror of society, no earn e?t& aw
of manner. Tbete symptoms. If allowed to coninue,
wonldundoubtedly resu tin epilepticats, Insanryor
consumption Howmanv thonsanasoftae youa<hrtvw
alec of these causes. VUltour almshouses, hosclialA
ana prison*, and see the mlse'7 they Produce. Out or
these ip,m there were 5,m males, 3.750 females Thw
wx of the remaining number was cot stated la ie ters-
The average term of suffering was 4S years; average
•**«;« - T ? ars l av ® r oge tmoani of meah'tne com-imed
10K bottles. In respect to ailment* peculiar to women
In Occllco f r cl aose or lift imj » ni be r,.noa nr»lo»-
bit Ns family should be wlihontlt
7,200 were treated for Scrofula, Sa't Rheum. Scald
Head, Ulceration of the Tproatan-\ Less, PsjTa and
Swellings of the Bones. Tetter, Pimples on the face*
and allsealyernptlonaofihesun.
3,971 were treated fordlseasesof theMoo>f anslnar
from habits of ol!«?l?stlon. ut this on«ber2,2li ««r»
treated tor syrhllK&H for humors Inthabloo-. LS3
fordlfeaseaof aseem Datu-e.Jn % 1 thdrstages In
this classot complaints paUentsco ooc readily to no
tear ccrtlflcates, which acconru lor the small number
received, ot this nnmber 4,219 were males, and 2.200
fetnal.j; average age 26 Tears and 2 mouths-
tem of suffering 3 months: average amount consumed
9 bottles.
The above statistics are taken from a dlarykeotex
prwslyforthe purpose, and wIA great cars.
Tee proprietor,! masking this statement. hopes ibafi
nis motive may be appreciated. A feeli: g that entlm
career Is doe to all baa prompted blm’o do so I
well aware that many person* corslfler five or tea
2. 1 5^ e . x R? n,? ,®£ 111 aoy kina ofmedldnefr tie beoe*
nt of theirbealtb a wane of money, and yet these *una
persons will expcnilunrrecs of «iollars la drew and
dissipation, and UunknothlDgof It. Such forgrt
That good health
la troevedth.
«.iSISJ? 0 * ett6 S2?* terft,ra moment Thereara
oajreoUct, poisons, dluretl-*,
towto/Scu^’® 6 * Ttero ,9 no contradicting the ful-
A poison for one Is a poison lor all.
A narcotic for one la » Barcode tar all.
A diuretic for one Is a diuretic Ibr an.
A purgauvoftr ore Is a purgative torall.
Tri.wii,2’ ir *® M ftronalaa blood purifier for an.
some cozutltuttons re
quire more than others
Tie Extract Snrj»j«rtll» wia enawor In «n am. uM
wiiiaecompllsn a» much as any other purifier. Twin
gladly p»y 85,000 for a letter article. 9
MyEijrartßnclttlsaDliretlc sod wfflact assa.*b.
as much as any other. I will gladly ray
?i^ H SL* bet J < r a^ ac . le * *»(*» * r « vegetable
Hoei, plfasait in taste and o<for. and safb. an*t are
taken by men, women am children. Explicit afrac-
Uona accompany ihemeclcine
To the snffenng I womasay. In concloslou. that 1
nave htul much to contend with, the objects being
chiefly of this description. The expense ts prenerioc
my articles Is such that I conldnot afford to. commlv
won them as patent medicine manoacturerado but
have beet compelled to sell fat cash.
Consequently. I hav* lost much by anprihcfoled
dealers endeavoring to dispose of their own or otter
articles pa the reputation of mine. The merit of mr
prepanuiocshat nowever.quletlv pushed them tafo
lavor; but you still need to exerdaecareto obtain my
true preparations u *^
Ail tor HELMEOLD'S Preparations:
EXTRACT BtTCHU’.
EXTRACT BUCIIU.
EXTRACT BUCHU.
EXTRACT BUCirU,
EXTRACT BDCHIf
extract Bucmr,
EXTR4CT BDCRU.
EXTRACT BUOHO,
EXTRACT Bucinr.
EXTRACT BUCIIBt
EXTRACT BAKHAPIULLA.
extract sahsaprtlla!
EXTRACT SaIWAPRILLA!
EXTRACT PARSAPRTI.TTa*
EXTRACT BARBAPRILLa!
extract rarsapriixa!
extract sarsaprilla!
EXTRACT SATMAPRrLLAT
EXTRACT 9AR3APRIELAI
EXTRACT RARfl^PßrrrA*
IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
IMPROVED p.OSE WAW
IMPROVED ROSR WASH
improved rose washT
Tv#PROVED ROSE WASH
IMPROVED ROSR WASH!
IMPROVED ROSE WASH!
IMPROVED ROSE WASH*
IMPROVED ROSE WASfC
IMPROVED ROSE WaSHI
uSs“£o°feS“ !««»•*»«ttoprtßeu^
Tour obedient servant.
H. T. HELMBOLD, CHEMIST.
PRINCIPAL DEPOTS,
PRINCIPAL DEPOTS,
PRINCIPAL DEPOTS,
Helmbold’s Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
Helmbold’s Drug and Chemical Warehouse
Helm bold’s Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
594 Broadway. Haw York,
594 Broadway, Hew York,
594 Broadway, Hew Ycrk,
HELMBOLD’S MEDICAL DEPOT,
HELMBOLD’S MEDICAL DEPOT,
HELMBOLD’9 MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Ttlth Stmt, PhUaWyWa,
104 Sulk Talk SlrMt, Philadelphia,
104 B«mth Ttalh Strew, Philadelphia.
BOLD BY
LORD & SMITH,
Wholesale Dragsiata* 33 Lake Strict,
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