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T HE OTTA W A EH E E T R A DER.
JOHX UISE k WILLIAM OSMN, Liaille street, one dr from the north-wet earner of the Public Sjuare. Tin : Two dJUs per annum, if paid in advances Tto dJlirs end fifty cent) if paid u:thin nix m mthi; and three dJkrs if dtitytd until the end of the y.ir Aduerthements inserted at f 1 per square fr fit fir J vnertian, and 25 cent- f,r each tuUptenl imvrtiun. A Iberul discount made In I hue whi ' advertise by the year. (Cj-X, subscrittcrs ilhen fir a stnrlrr p'rhd Win six mo"th:. X5.V puper Jlwmtiuued unfit .'.' arrearu are paid, unless ul the option f l,te eilitun Cj"All eo'n:mnicrtion, to niuir atlentimi. tiv-iit enr.ie fee ofpot,ije, BUSINESS r tHD.. . TUKOl-IIIUta h. llll KKT. Ot.Oil'iK li. Haul". tlttomois arid Councilors at Law, . best double refined Loaf Sugar in such a manner iittui i 111 '''';lt r'1''1'""" adulu may now eat medicine I) IT lit .1) UiX. j wii, D, much pleasure as thry Jo the best coulee- OXico nn the e.vit sido of tho Public Square, tinnry. botJrecn llii Minsiou ILhh und City Hotel, hr For thin discovery we are indebted to A. Slier tlia rooms formerly occupied as u law odiei) by i man, M. I)., of the city of New York, who has Messrs. r arwrll (V Holt, Ollawn, Vrc. 1. 1 i t. 21-tf uloiiue it. Noaam. t. S. IIOLimooK. .ori'is & :iol3t-uuk, Jtorneii and Counsellors at Luw, anil Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA. ILL. Oilice in t!io new couit hoiino, No, .", .Viutli-cnnt corner room. J. O. CI-OVKIl. n. C. COOK. tllovvv A "ool, Attornu s ami Cminticllors at Law. OiVlCO opposite, Co dliiuiil At '1'hoiiipnollM !StoIC, ( )IU .va, llIilloiH. JJ IS V. A . HOI. H. A II II A II V M IIOr.H, J. V. .1. Ac A, IIim-s, Allnrni ijH an I L jium Hum nl Law mtd Siliciturn . in Vluinceri, O.Iiio on tin; nfirtli ( Ida tii, l,a ! hide of tlia I'ulilio Sijuaru, -all'' county, llliihim. Juhn i'. ( liauilin, Alloniey ami CottiiHelor at Law, OTTAWA, II.I.1N01M, lIaviiiinoeiati'd hinmell with MeKsm.SI'iIIN(i mid (it MlDIJIClI, of I'liieaifO, will attend to nil pr.tclii c of their pruhtniuii in tint county ol I, a hall.- itliltoa II. Swill, Allorncy and Counsellor at Law, Ottawa, Illinois. OiTi'W on tho wost nidi) ol tho I'uhlif. Sijuaie. Dec. !), I l-tf. K. 1. ShoM', Attorney ami ('oimsidlor at Law am! Solicitor in (-'hancery : OTTAWA, ILL. ii, I.. Tlioiiipson, Canal t., flmt door eu.-t of tin) Muuhioii II nunc, Ottawa, III., Ik'aler in L)r,lkrHi M''li'incs, Dye-SiulFs, I'ainls, Oils, Varnish, hr. A t. Jahi". I IO li, Justice of the Peace, Ottawa, Ills. OIlicB on Kront Street, in ttin utorr room lately in i-iipied y ,. H'. Link, V.. William .TI.Ti im-, Jlgcnt of the Illinois Mutual Fire Insu rance Company, Ottawa, Il.t.. Ir. 1't S4'lii'riiirlioi ii OITCliM profesiiioniil Hervlct'i to tho cili eim of Dltawti and vicinity. Ollieo on ('oluoihuH Nlreet, between Canal and Clinton. iVciv Tailoring lMalliliiui'ait. (lEOIUIlfsMITH IlIsri:CTFI LI.Y infonua tho eilien ol 4, ( lita i and vicinity, that he liui opened a 'I'a'doiiu,' I'-liililinhineni. on Canal otieet, lour iIo.im rait ol t!i Tout Olfice. Ho U prepared to do work on tho moat reannahli) Utiiih, nod war runt all (; irmenU made !y him to lit. Ho liopcn to receive a ttiarn of the public patronane. N. H. Ciiltim iliino on abort notice, and warranted to lit if properly inado up. Ottawa, Juno S3, lsKI. I ly Ottawa Market. TSMIE subscriber respectfully informs -- tho public that lio Ins opened his Meat Market in Ottawa, where daily may lo foil ml n assortment of fresh meat. Thankful for past favors, ho hopes to ro ccivo a coiilinuunco of the patronage of his old friends and tho public: generally. JEREMIAH WOOD. Ottawa, April 7, 1813. II if 1'eleiV rill. 'UST received ami for sale by tjy v ai.MiK a iwuivi.irs t. July 20, 1842. 8--tf. Just Iteeelved, 20 Ilarrels drioil Apples, I Tierce fresh Hice, 10 Duxes Raisins, Tor sale low by A WALKER it IIICKLING. April 28, 1813. Oils, Paints, Class, fye, ItrAI.KEItrV 11IOKUNU have just receiv f T ed fresh supply ol oils, paints, ylass, ic, rotisrstinj of 4 bb linseeJ oil, 21 boxes glass, 2 " tanaers " 21) k.' pure whilolcad, 1 " iperin " . 1 bbl sp. whiting, 2 sp. turpentine, I sp. brown, copperas, camwooj, . vitriol, nicaragqa, reiwood, indigo, Blum, &.c. Ac. UAItRELS LlnsecJ Oil, just recti- ved nnJ for alo by J. O'NEIL. April St. I83. ' ' - ft HARRELS Dried Apples, firsl XV rate article, juolTPceivdl nd for ale by 1 '- : J.' O'NEHh-April2iri813.-"r:' : " Cabinet and Chair Manufartory A-grt f Jill B undersigned having en t II . . I : . 1.... :., S H'PM llliu co-pal uirrsuiji in the n amifn.-.lure of CHAIRS ami CABINET WARE, beg lfvo to an- riouiuti to tl.nr friends anil ihi1 public in general, that they have constantly on naiui aiiii rea'iy for sule, at prices to suit lilt' times, at their shop on La Salle street, in this pUcc, every variety of articles in their line of business, including llureuu,Taldes. Stands, lieilstemls, with every variety ol Chairs, all of which they arc anxious ami ready to sell to those who may favor them with their patronage. All kinds of ftirni lure made to order, on the shortest notice Tho subscribers flatter themselves, liat those w, i 1 1 i 1 1 ' in tMirt'ti.ist articles in their line of hui- m'.-.s ciiii lie accommodated at their shop, as well as at any place in this section of th state. WAUUEN MOORK, OSGOOD COLE. Ottawa, June 17, 1S12. 3-if. ' Tha iitv.ttest Discovery of the Agf! i fjl1!I-S tefm may be justly applied to the disco- a. been a regular praclioiier of medicine in that city lor the lut ten yearn; nnd ulso a mcuiber of the New Vorli Meilo ul Society. Tho Doctur, after devotinf; h'u attention for n Inn Lt time to the aubji ct, about three yeari since olli red hiH invention to the public under the nainoof s ii i : u m a n '.s m i: i ) i c a t i : i ) i ,o z i : ( ; i : s, Since which time they have ij'iined u celi brily for tho cure of diil'crcnt combination fir which they are recommended, unprecedet;ted in the binlory of any other medicine they couidst of ooron L().i:.(;i:s, Which are the vafrxl and moyt elli'ctual remedy lor ('oiiIin, Coldi', Consumption, Whooping Couli, AHthmii, rVe, ever olli-red to the public. They opperuto by promoting expectoration, allay, ing the imitation of Couching, und removing the cause of diieaso, WORM F.OZENfJKS, ThB only infallible Worn medicino ever iliicov ered. In over -100,000 nim-H they have never been known 1 1 fiiil. Many dineaseK mini from worm an 1 occio-inu long and inlcnnc. HUlVcriug and even dcat'i, wilhout their even being HtiKpectcd ; grown prrHiniH are very oftei alllicteil with them, and ar.' doctored fir various complainlM, without nn beiiclil; when one ilonu of thciic Lozengea would ieeilily cure them. CAMI'HOIi LOZENC.KH, I'ur nervoiiM or nick head ache, palpitations of the heart, lanMluiln and nervoun iillectiona generally. I'itmiiin tr:iveling or attending large parties, will lind the l.o.eiigen really reviving, and imparting the bilo alley of youth; Used utter dissipation, they will restore tho toon of the aystem generally, or! remove nil tho unpleasant ayuiptoms arising Iioiii too fiee living, CATHAUTKJ J,OZKNfiES, The best cathartic medicine lor removing bile from the system and preventing ti'.tacka of the hillious and lute riuiltcul lever ol tins section or country FHYKK AND AfJL'E LOZENOF.S. Theso I,o.enge have lieen tested by a celebrated physician in n praclico ol twenty years and have never been known to fail in removing this dis tressing disease. In addition to which, if tlia dl leetioiiH hi; followed, the disease will not return. sflEUMAN'S TOOK MAN'S I'l.AMTEIt. This Piaster, or which over 1,000,(1110 are Hold yearly, it believed to bo the best planter for rheu matism, lumbago, pain in the back, breast, side, or any other pint ol Ihe body, ever prepared, und its pricn (only 12) cents) brings it within tho reach of every person in tin) community. i"7A largi! iijily of thosi) rclehrateil arlicleB just received anil lor sale by O. I,. THOMPSON, aolo ogt.forOltawu. H. (i. (SMITH, Fern. E. F. .V H. I'lil.siFEK, Hennepin, II. AT. A 1,1. F.N, Juliet. (iEOIiliF. NN VDF.lt, I.ncon. August II, 1 M ly. Cash lail lor AV lira t! fDIIE Mibscrihcrs will pay in cash, for Wheat ilelivcruil at Stadden8 Mill, t least within fifteen cents of the Chica go price, at all limes. STADDEN MA Kit. Dayton, May 20, 1813. 51 if SueKer, Iteatl Tills I 'HHE subscriber, living ono milo rust of Marseilles, La Salle county, has established himself in the manufacture of Kopo of all kinds, sizes and lengths, from hemp of his own raising, which is all water-rotted ; and a sperimcn exhibited at the Navy Yard at Washington last win ter, by the Hon. It. M. oung, was pro nounced to be ciiiial to any ever shown "in them diggins." I am prepared lo manufacture all kinds of Itone, to any amount, at the shorlest notice. Having for my workman nil Old Countryman, who has upent h'.i life upon a rope-walk, I am able to mako ns good and a cheaper article than can be had in this section of country. If you don't be lievo it, cull und see I S. S. IHJLLOCIv. Marseilles, May 2(1, 1813. 51 if jki:i:s mills, l A V TON, ILL'S. T Iiik subscriber having leased the above Mills for ouo year, lakes the liber ly of informing the public that ho is ; practical Milter ol moro than thirty years experience during most of which time he has been extensively engaged in manufacturing l'lottr in some of the larg est establishments East. Ho now solicits a share of llm patronnga of tho public to the above establishment, assuring them that nothing which experience nnd oblige iug millers can accomplish shall be want itig I j give justice und, at far ns possible, perfect satisfaction lo those who may fa vor him with a call. Tho Mills arc now in fino order for Merchantable nnd Crist Work. Cash roa Wiikat, nla fair deduction from Chicago prices. (JEO. MANN. N. U. Tka.ms can be accomodated with Freight for Chicago. And Wheat turn ufactuicd and put up in fint-rate order at reasonable rales. . . O. AI. IhrVlon, Aufro.it 28, 1813. 10,-tf. To Tanners & Wool (irourrs. rp h e .1 WOl subscriber would respect fully inform the fann ers and wool grower of the country, that they ure prepared and y W will niaiiulacturegoiMl ..A.-U(l.'A5-. .i . : i... l. ifnV'li-vl i-irflr " I'h ol one liuutlreU pounds and upwards, tor one half as taken from the loom, with additional charges for dressing the same, (which shall be reasonable). They will also exchange cloth for wool in lots of less, or more than one hundred pounds, on fair ami reasonable terms; and will work wool on commission at a fair price for cash. WOOL CARDING done for customers as usual for fij cents per pound. They have put their machine in good repair, and aure those who bring their wool in good order, that their work slnll be well done. The farmers wiil find it to their interest to have their wool well washed, both for carding anil for manufacturing, as wool in o bad state will invari ably lose from 25 to 3d, and as high as 50, per rent.; it is also desirable that wool for manufact uring be done up in srperate (leeres. I he goods we iiiteml to inanutacttire will le fulled cloth, rassimere, Katinett, jennes, flanruls and blankets of full width. J. & D. OREEN. Daytn, III., April 2'J, 1812. 4!)--tf. Livery Stable. rilHE subscriber would respert 1. fully inform the riti.ens of Ot tawa and the public generally, that is prepared with, and will fiirnib Ii, tlwwe uliii inuv desire them, BrS5i Horses ami Carriages, Sleiglis, &c, ami lirst rate Saddle Horses. Persons traveling may rely on a speedy and convenient coiiveyiinco to utmost (iny plate through the country. N. !). All persons luring Horses, tarnapea. Ac, are required to return them in as good and sound condition us they were in when they came into their use. P. II. SMITH. Ottawa, Jan. 27, 1HH. 3 1 If. (jy " I'AUKELS of choice Mononga- Jf) hela Whiskey, just received per steam-boat La Salle, and for sale rhenp by April 21, JH 13. J. O'NEIL. Or. UreenV Liniment. rriHE most valuable liniment leu J. lihtumatism, Sprains, Weakness of Joints, Sweeney on horses, iVc Sold by WALK Kit & HICKLINO. Ottawa, July 20lh 1812. 8--tf. Omiks. illeilicines, faints. Oils, Due-Stuffs, $-c, S,c. NFI1!IE subscribers have received ' J a GENERAL ASSORTMENT ol Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Class, Dye-Stud's, &c. which they oiler for sale on ac commodating terms. M'nlkrr AIIirkUnK. Ottawa, May 1, 1813. ri-tf. To I he I'nhlie. 1" HAVE taken tho soup ami candle factory I. lately carried nn in this place by J. J, lln.t., and will keep constantly on band supplies of son and caudles. I will retail tallow candles of the best quality for one shilling per pound, anil hard soap at six cents per pound, and soft soap at two dollars per barrel. ANTHONY I.1NDEV. Ottawa, July f., IS 12. --tf. Spirit as. A. SUPEUIOIt article of Spirit Gas and Lamps just received ami con stantly kept on baud by Sept. 2.--tf (i. L. THOMPSON. Wanted. 1 fff 1HJSHELS OF FLAX I .1711 SEED, for which the ug est niariu'tpricc win oc pam ny (J. I,. THOMPSON. . ' -ii i :.l l... Ashes! AsliesI T HIE highest price will be paid for ashes if delivered at the soap fur- tori. ANTHONY LINDEY. Ottawa, Sept. 2, 1812. 13-11 Hair! Hair I ! A nildll irhelo .,f Hair, for snln A. cheaper than the cheapest by PLATT THORN. Ottawa, Juno 30, 1813. 2 2m Whitlow Sash. fff LKillTS, at factory price?, OUVfovsalcby June 23. W. TRUE it SON. riasterinu Hair. J' UST received, a nrimo article of II.III', which will be sold at Chic.-v go prices. W. TRUE it SON. June 23. Wheat. MIE subscribers will pay the highest market price for gojd winter wheat in trade, at their sloro in Ottawa. July 2S-tf Wm. TRUE it SON. HOXES Window Glass, vati VJ'ous sizes, just received per steam boat La Salle, nnd for sale low by April 21, 1813. J. O'NEIL. UltOCL'ICILS. I'L'ST receirod ami for itlu low for catb or pro- tl iluce Primo New Orleans Sugar, New Orleans Molasses, St. Louis Sugar House Molasiei, Porto Cabolla and ltio Coflot, Loaf Sugar, Superior Sperm Oil, Young Hyson Teas, ('hewing and Smoking TobnecOt Maeeoboy and Scotch SnulT, Rice, Nutmeg, Raisins, Cloves, Indigo, Copperas, Alluin, Salt Peter, Saleri tus, Pepper, Allspice, Cassia, Powder it Shot, Lead, Flints, Purciifiion Caps, Win dow Glass, tc. Wanted, in exchange, Pork, Wheat, Oats, Flax-seed, Hoes-wax, Ileani, ie., for which the highest market price will be paid. CUSHMAN it GRIDLEY. Oct. 27, 1841. Jlis2! STOVKS! STOVES!! Tin. Sheet-Iron A Copper Ware. I. HI AN l.l'.V V CO. AVE now received their fall supply of stovks, together with a general assortment of Hollow Jf'arr, Cojiper, Tin and Sheet Iron I fare, Stove J'ipe, c, which will be sold at prices to suit pur chasers. Flour, Oats, or cash, will be received in exchange for any of the above articles. J. MAN LEY & CO. Ottawa, Oct. 20, 1813, imrcsti iTir.oiciKLS. fJllIE subscriber has just reeeiv L eil his summer supply of Fki.su Dnrcs it Medicines, comprising nil articles necessary for the sick and needy, At.so Oils, I'uirih, Tiirprn finrx, Yttrnish, fi7, Putty, Dye Sttifls, Wines and Litiuors for medi cal purposes, Dental and Surgical Instru ments, and many of the Patent medicines now in use, consisting of Lindsay's Lini ment, Hewe's Nerve and Hone- Liniment, A. Miller & Co's Compound Liniment, Thompson's Liniment, Vanstuddiford's Cough Lozenires. Cathartic Lozenges, Worm Lozenges, and Anti-Fever Pills, Indian Yevitable Pills, Peters' Yegitable Pills, Jaynes' Anti-Piilioiis and Specific Family Pills, KpohrTs Mcadache Hcmeily, Taylor's Hnlsain Liverwort, American Pulmonary l'al.sam, New Eng. Cough Syrup, Anderson's Cough Drops, Konfs Ringbone Cure, Orris' Tooth Wash, Chlorine Tooth Paste, Chemical and Li quid Opodehlock, Doct Jayne's Expccto rant, Hair Tonic, Tonic Ycrmifugc, Car initiative llalsum, and Sanative Pills, Docls. Dole's and Thompson's Eye Wa ter, Moflit's Plurnix Bitters and Pills, Rowand's Tonic Mixture, Palm of Co lumbia, Carpenter's Fluid Ext. Sarsapa rilla. Hays' Liniment for Piles, Nerve it Pone Liniment; Uatcman s Drops ; God fry's Cordial ; Fahnestoclt's Yemifugc ; Morrison's Pills of the Uritish Collegeof Health; Lee's, Phinic's, Elmore's, Hon. per's, Hrandeth's, Doct. Champion's and Doardman s lever and Ague Pills. ALSO Sliilinnry & Hiliool Rooka, Namely, Eclectic Speller, Eclectic 1st, 2d, 3d and 4 ih Headers, Smith's d'ro- graiihy and Atlas, Grammar and Arith matic, Smiley's Arithmntic, Testaments, Memorandum Hooks, Primers, Steel Pens, Pencils, Slates, Noye's Penmaiiship.Pen eil Points, Ttuss (Quills, Maynard and Noyes' Ink, &e. tc. CI. I.. THOMPSON. Ottawa. Mov 20. 1 -12. Mtf. JNi:V GKOCEliY STOKE. J. O'NLTL 'ITJ ESPECTFULLY informs tho citi JL zens of Ottawa and the surrounding country, that he has opened in Ottawa a large and fresh supply ol (I HOC FRIES, embracing rt superior supply of Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, 1 ouaccu, and other articles usually found in the grocery business. ALSO, .? superior supply of cuoicr. Liiiroi:s, which will bo sold at wholesale, or re tailed by the gallon or quart, on the most reasonable terms, for cash or country pro duce. N. H. The highest price will at all times be paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Ginseng, Hees-wax, Flax-seed, itc., Ac. ICT Persons trading in Ottawa will do well by calling and examining my stock. Ottawa, April 21, 1813. 40 y L' ARD LAMPS.Neal's patent, a new and valuable improvement, for sale by J. MANLEY it CO. Ottawa, Feb. 21, 1813. Siigarhoiise Molasses. FUST received and for sale by Wal ker it Hickling, a few Hhls. Sugar House Molasses direct from the sugar re finery in St. Louis. The highest price given for Illinois State Hank paper. Aug; 18. -if Wai.kkr it Hicxmns. Iaper Hanging. A f Holla Paper Hangings, for Z1-UU aale by Sept. 29. -tf. Cushman it G RIPLEY. Mill Saws. OWLAND'S Anchor, Saw Mill nnd Cross Cut Sawa for sale by R Sept. 29-lf Cutjms t Gridley. LAMP 1ILACK, Vcniiian Red, Ac, etc., just received per slunm-boat La Salle nnd for sale low by J. O'NEIL. April 21, 1813. BLANK EXECUTIOySUron stintlyon hand and foraaleatthia SAMS' S A ICS A I A K I L L A . THIS umivalrd pitparation has jerformed some of the most astonishing cure of diseases that are recorded in the annals nt history, thus proving conclusively it is eupableof I'uililing the high aim and purpose tor which it is designed, l'aticnts suf fering for years from various chronic constitution al disorders, after trying ditlcrenl remedies, spen ding thousands ol dollars in traveling and doctor ing, and sutl'cring sll that human nature is capa ble of enduring, hive, by the me of a few bottles. entirely recovered their health. Chronic fheu- malum, Scrulula or King s I'.vit, Jsalt Kbeum and Ringworm, t leers nnd painful ntlection of the bones, I'lceratcd I liroat and NnMrils, iSciirvv, llilcs, (,'hronic. Sore eyes, l(l tches and various cutaneous eruptions, me clb'itu iilv cured by Its U-ic. Diseases having their ir gin in an impure slate of the blond and fluids generally will be s,)ccdily ond ellei tually reunned by this invalua- b'u iiiediciue, as its operation is peculiar, ami cou- isls in removing the cause id disease by entering into the circulation ami passing through the gen eral system.- Where obstructions to its fovorable operation exi-t, they are removed as it pai.es along the uliameiitary caiuil ; hence the patient will feel ami know the sensible operation ol tho arsaparilla fiun its curative powers. The proprietors are daily reriiving from the medical piolession, the clergy, odicers of justice, and numerous private citizens, ample and willing testimony, both written nnd verbal, to tho superi or value and cllicacy of this preparation. To the poor it is furnished gratuitously, on sulhcteut proof being furnished of their worthiness. I ho billowing certihcates Irorn individuals w bo have fcuflereil with Scrofula in its severest form, are presented for the careful perusal of tho sfllic tcd: Esjkx, Conn., July 25, IS 13. JWiw, Simla I ient. : About eight years since. by being overheated and directly alter exposed, I was seized with a severe end, which deranged the whole system, l urple or livid spots appeared on the skin, attended with violent pain of the head; thn symptoms bring alarming, a phvsieian was called who prescribed blistering and leeching, which produced partial rebel. Hard bony lumps formed under the skin on various parts of the body and the lloetor pronounced my complaint heredi tary Scrofula now lor the first time developed. Tho following winter my sight failed in both eves; medical aid was again resorted to, which relieved rnv sijht during the summer; tny nose now began to inrrcsse in si.e and the whole body rapidly enlarged with a drop-oral swelling. The tio.-e even grew very sore and discharged profuse ly Ihe most loathsome snlwtanre. My whole sys tem was involved in disease; ihe lumps softened and discharged freely, producing great debility; ulcers now broke out on the, legs, mid to complete my misery, the muscles and sinews contracted so that I was rendered nearly helpless. I remained with little change in tins condition until hist Oc tober, when I was suddenly seized with an inde scribable sensation which rendered nio nearly un conscious, and my fiicnds supposed it was the wiil f kind l'mvideiice to rid nieof my sulli'iings, but from this I recovered only to stiller on: the ulcers hail become one continuous snrn entirely rw. It was in this cond'tion that I commenced the use of your invaluable Sarsnparilla, which I was induced to use from Ihe many remarkable cures 1 saw published. It came to me as some guardian angel; and I can scarcely (ell why, yrt Irom the moment I heard it mentioned I was impressed fully with Ihe belief thut (his was to bo the Oood Sa maritan for me and truly it has wrought wonders in my case. After using it a few days my pains giew easier, Ihe swelling of tho body and limits went down, the ulcer commenced healing, and I rested well. After sulTering every thinrr but the pains of death, how happy am I, ond how grate ful do I feel to he able to add another testimonial to the ellicacy of your priceless Sursapiirilbi, My health is restored, and I have walked four miles wilhout inconvenience. I superintend my family affairs, and in fact feel almost like being in a new world. I am induced to make this public acknowledgment Irom a deep sense of duty due to you as a means in the hands ofOod of restoring a fellow caorlal from a premature grave. Lan guage is inade'piate to express my feelings. May the Lord he with you, and mako his face to shine upon you, is tho sincere- desiro of your much obliged and deeply indebted friend. Tn the alllicteil I would eay, Do not despair ; for, how ever desperate your case may be, yon surely have an antidote nt hand iz: .S7;wV Surnnpnrilh. Trust to no other, however great their pretensions. MONISSA SI. MM OAS. MiJdlcsex Co. rs. HsseijUonn. July 2.r, IS 1.1. Personally appeared tho above named .Monissa Simmons, and in ide oith to tho facts contained in the foregoing statement before mo, (LTiDON SMI TH, Justieo of the Peace. W'c the subscribers, being personally acouain- ted with Mrs. Monissu Simmons, do not hesitate to say that we consider the above statement of her case substantially true anil cniilieu to commence KF.niKN l'OST.Deaeon UaptistChurch I. HILL H A YDI'.N, Merchant. CIIAS. (SKKI'.M.KAr, Sur. Dentist, A. Y. W1HTTEMOKE, ToU-mastcr. KMARK AftLE CIRF. OF II IP DISEASE. New York, July 20ih. 1NIX Messrs. Sinus Gent. : My daughter, age I six years, was attacked with the hip disease w hen two years old, and since then she has lieen grow ing gradually worse until recently, and her sull'er ing at intervals was most painlul t behold, and bailies all descliptiou. The head of the hip bone was thrown entirely out of place, alter which mat ter or puss formed in the socket of the joint, und for many months in succession shu was entirely deprived of all natural rest. She was reduced to a mere skeleton and very often exclaimed, "I Mi. mother! I wish it might please the ' good Man' above to take me to himself." It was my fervent prayer her sull'erings might be terminated and my anxious fears removed. The Almighty has promised to he with ns in six troubles, and in the seventh he will not leave us nor forsake us, if wc put our trust and confi dence in Him; and truly I tan say it has been verified in the present case. Through His bless ing and your instrumentality, my child lives yes, is restored to perfect health, and is a living monu ment of the cllicacy of your heollh-restoring Sar saparilla. We had tried all the remedies w ithin our reach, had tho hone once set, had it blistered and purged, w ithout ellecl. She commenced the use of the Sarsapaiilla'in April last, anil in less than a week there was an evident improvement : a discharge came out from the hip joint, and in a few days it commenced healing, and in less than two weeks was entirely closed. During the time of using the SamapaiUhi she passed large quanti ties of Worms, which aided materially in hasten ing tho cure. She rapidly improved in health and strength, her appetite increased, and sho is now entirely restored, ami wholly so by the usa of your Sarsapaiiltu. With the grateful feeling of a mo ther's heart anil a father' joy, wc subscribe our selves your friend. , WILLIAM S. UAILEY, , SAUA H HAILEY. No. 596, 1'ourth-street. We the suhscrilier, Wing neighbors to William and Sarah lliiiley, know the above statement in relation to their child and tho cure informed by Sands' Sorsaparilla, lo be strictly true. WILLIAM POWERS, JOHN MYERS., Prepared, and sold hy A. 13. Sanda & ..Drug gist and Chemists, (.unite building, 873 Uroai way, Corner of Chambers street, N. Y. 'and for ale by Druggist throughout tho U.S. Trice, fl per bottle, ail bottles for f 2. Kerne mW thai it it SunrTi SarMpnrilht that has, and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of the most dilflcult Has of diseases. O. L.THOMPSON, Agent hy special appointment of the proprietor, for Otwws and leinity. tt -ly TO FAMILIES & INVALIDS . The following imlispenHnhlA famllr n-mo. dies limy m found at th village drug stores, ' nnd soon at every country store in the st.tte. Remember tint! never ct them nnlcns Utef have the fiiosisnile siimture of y , 'Js?vl4. (' VL on thn wrappers, as all ofjr rs by the same nanu s arc base impositions and counter. " fens. If the merchant nearest you has them not, tre him to procure meio the ' next time he visits New Yor'.i, or to write for ihcm. Ail family ehuu'.J be a uvc k without then remtiu DALM OF COLUMBIA FOR. THE HAIR, which will stop it if fulling out, or restore it on bald places ; and on children make it (rrow rapidly, or on those who hove lost the hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children in schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find tho ramo .t, or i.ever try it, Iirmemher this a'wayi. RHEUMATISM, and positively cured, and all shrivelled tmiselen and limbt ' arc restored, in tho old or young, by tho Indus Vkgetabi.s Elixir and Nkrve and IKns Linimfnt but never without the name of Cornstock i, Co. on it ari wholly prevented, or governed if the attack ta come on, if you tuc, the only true Hats LiMHs.NT.from and every thing relieved by it that a. Inn's of an out ward application. It acts like a charm. Use it. HOUSES that have Ring-Pona, Spavin, Wind-Oalls, &c., are cured by Roofs' Srtcirio; and Foundered lorscs entirely cured by Roofs' Founder Ointment. Mark this, all horsemen. Rlagical Pain Ex tractor SalVC The most extraordinary romedy ever invented foi all new or old and tares, end lore LjTC It has delighten thousands. It will tako out all pain in ten minut, snd no faRare. It will cure the j LIN'S SPREAD PLASTERS. A better and morn nice and useful article never was made. All should wear them regularly. LI.VS TEMPERA CI? UITTXIIS: on the principle of substituting the tome in plate of the stimulant principle, which has reformed so many drunkards. To bo used with LIN'S ISlKtXTs PILLS, superior to all others for cleansing the system and the humor affect, ing the blood, and tor oil irregularities of the bowel, and the general health.) m , - pSeo Dr. Lt.Vs sig. WCtOtW CVlf V nature, tuns :J DR.SPOHN'S HEADACHE REMEDY will effectually euro sick headache, either from fb or bilious. I lundreds of families are using it with great joy. DR.3POHN'S ELIXIR OF HEALTH, for tho certain prevention of f''j'a-3 or any general sickness ; keeping the stomach in most per feci order, the bowels regular, and a determination tr pains in the bones, hoarseness, nnd aro quickly cured by it. Know this by trying. CORNS. The French Master is a suro cure. hair any shade you wish, bur w ill not color the akin. SARSAPARiLLA. comstock-s com. POUND EXTRACT. There is no other prepsrn. lion of Sarsnparilla that can exceed or equal this. If you aro sure to get Comstock's, you will find it superior to oil others. It doe not require puffing. CELESTIAL : BALM OF CHINA. A positive cure for the piles, and all exjernal oilings all internal irritation brought to tho surface by friction with this Balm ; so in Cviufhs, swelled or sore throat, tightness of.the cheat, this Bnim npplioJ on a flannel will relieve and cure at once,--Fresh wounds or old sores are rapidly cured by n. Dr. li.irtliolrmrlu'a will prevent or euro all incipient consumption, taken in time, and is a delightful remedy. Keinem. her the natno, and get Camstock's. r , ,. .- KOLMSTOCK'S VERMIFUGE wi" eradicate nil YfjjglgJ in children or sdulu witi a certainty quito astonishing. It '- " -... . . sells with a rapidity almost incredible, by Comstoci $ Co- New ojk. i ... TOOTH DWrS. - KLINE'S euro eflectuaHy. . Kmrl r.rtiM to in nfConTf m, In lli Tir tS. J.T fWr" -C., iii ihl.'lrk'iortie ol uH.wtlf liwtrrat of Jfm . Dy applying to our aginu in ili town anb yillage, papers may be had free, hoinff the aio respectable pamcs in the country for ihee facts, so that no one can fail to believe them. ,... (Uo sure yoa call for our article, and not be put off with anr storlws that others are ns Rood. HAVE THF.K OB NON E, should bi your rsottoasif Vim nerrr eai bt trut and rnufot itilhout our names to Am. AH these article to t hud, Wholesale and retail onlr of tis. P. mVk iWi iiKa n foVT 'ij''?l (Ctfrjftt&SO, WholeV.li'Pn.Ki.,, . ind street, Vicar proauway'.'N. T. ed snl fo sslehr ' i, '-4 C3. L. THOMPSON, Jtgtnt ,.i a ioi , . -i a. 'I v : .1 , r' ,1 ( f Jf