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A. Hom*ntle Title of Conrtaltlp.
Parte (July 1) OotrcapondoMO Court Jonrual.
Tho nunonncomont of tho approaching
recoguitinn by tho Imporinl family Aus
tria of tho marriage of Dnko Jjotiihof
German tale of the Magic Pearl.
variA with tho liciuitil'nl Mllo. Moti(ll, tho
rtotrosH, ol AiiRHbour^, hiWRivcu now aim.
to tho theatrical Ambition of tho luriiea of
tho Putin boarclfl. Tlio visit nbont to lw
iniulo by tho Emprosa Eli/.alioth to tho
boantiful Gnatlo of Lnko Htahnborg, whore
tho nowly-uiarried couple remdo, lian -bo
oonio the talk of every foyer d'urtisies in
Knropo. Thoy say in tho coulisse# here
that HOT Anstritn .Majoaty was the great
promoter of tho mnrringo, tho story con
nected with hw brother's love and conrt
ahip being romantio enongh to oxcito tho
Rtvongastlntereat in her kind and womanly
heart, and making it forgetful of all dit^
tinotion of rank where an eqnal share of
love and delicacy haa been diaplayed by
both tho lovers. Mile, Mendol, who had
preserved her reputation unsullied amid all
tho porila and temptations of a thoatrical
lifo, is considered an tho most lovely
woman in Oormauy, her boanty being tho
trne German typo, of tlie peculiar faimosa
behold in no other country —golden hair in
aoft, silky masses, without tho slightest
tingo of anbnm- -pnre gold—nnbnmishotl,
a complexion delicate as the innor petals of
the Bengal rose—pale pink, scarcely over
seen in nature, and almost Impossible to
producoby artificial moans npa of the
deopest carnation teeth small and exquis
itely white, and oyobrows of tho darkest
brown, with eyes of tho deepest blue, All
this made such an impression on tho heart
of Dako Louis that from tho moment he flrst
beheld hor at tho Munich Theatro he vowed
himself to the worship of this one idol. But
Mile. Mendel was valiant in defeuco of her
reputation, and aware of the responsibility
incurred by tho possession of great talent,
she resisted every overture, even that of
marriage, on the part of the Duke, well
knowing that it was out of his power to
contract any alliance of the kind, as much
was expected of him by his family. At
that timo Mllo. Mendol was in tho habit of
wearing a velvet collar with a clasp orna
nionted by a single pearl of great value,
which had been presented to ner by tho
King of Saxony, and in order to quell all
hope ol success in the bosom of her royal
admirer, she declared to him one day that
she had made avow to bestow her heart
and hand on him alone who could match
this single poarl with as many others as
would form the whole necklace. Tho dec
laration was made laughingly, for tho fair
creature knew well enough the Duke,living
fully up to his income, whioh was but me
diocre for his rank, could never accomplish
this Heronlean task, and she laughed more
merrily stiUwhen sho beheld the disconso
late expression of his countenance at the
announcement she had made. But soon
afterward *Sho heard that the Duke had sold
his horses and broken np his establish
ment—gone to live in the strictest retire
ment in a small cottage belonging to his
That very night when about to place the
velvet band upon hor neck, she found, to
her great surprise, that a second pearl had
been added to the clasp. She knew well
enough whence it came, and smiled sadly
at the loss of labor she felt sure that Duko
Louis was incurring for love's sake. By
degrees tho velvet band beoamo covered
with pearls, all of them as fine as tho one
one bestowed by the King of Saxony, until
one evening great was the rumor in Angs
bourg. Tho fair Mendel had been robbed
while on the stage, divested of all orna
ment, in tho prison soone as "ISettina von
Anustedt," hor dressing room had been
entered, and the velvet collar, with its
row of priceless pearls, had disappeared
from the toilet table. The event was so
terrible, her nerves so shaken, that in spite
of the assurance of the Chief of Police
Magistrate, who happened to be in tho the
atre at the moment, that he was sure to
find the thief in a very short time, for he
bad the clue already, poor Mllo. Mendel
was so overcome by grief that her memory
failed her entirely, so that on returning to
the stage not a word could she romember
of her part! The audience waited for some
time in astonishment at the silence main
tained by the actress tho actress gazed at
the audience in piteous embarrassment,
until, by a sudden inspiration, and almost
mechanically indeed, she remembered that
she had the rehearsol copy of the play in
the pocket of her apron. She drew it forth
without hesitation, and began to read from
it with the greatest self-possession imagin
able. At first the audience knew not
whether to laugh or be angry, but pres
ently memory, pathos, forgetfulneus
of all bnt her art bad returned to Mile.
Mendel, and in the uttoranco of one of the
most impassioned sentiments of her speeoh
she flung tho rehcarsel copy into tho or
chestra, and went on with her part without
pauso or hesitation. The applause of the
audienoo was so tremendous that one of the
witnesses to the scene has told ns that the
reat monster chandelier in the centre of
1 lie roof swung to and fro with the vibra
tion.* But on her retnrn to her dressing
room tho excitement proved too much and
sho fainted away. On comiug back to con
sciousness it was to find Duke Louis at hor
feet, and the head Commissaire standing by
her side bidding her to take courAgc, for
the pearls had been found. 'Where are
they exclaimed she. 'Are you sure that
none are missing? Havo none been stolen?'
Duke Louis then clasped round her neck
the string of pearls, complete at last* no
longer sewn on to the velvet band, but
strung with symmetry and fastened with
diamond clasp. What more could be
done by the devoted lover? He had spared
neither pains nor sacrifice to attain his end,
and Mile. Mendel consented to becomo his
wife. The Empress of Austria appears to
have been much moved by tho story, and
suggested the nomination of the brido
elect to the title of Baroness de Wallersee,
which thus equalized the rank of the
fiances, and enabled them to marry without
difficulty. They live the most retired life
possible in their chateau on Lake Stahn
erg, where tho Empress of Austria is
about to visit them. They say that the
Duohess Louis of Bavaria never puts off,
night or day, the necklaoe of pearls, the
clasp of which she had riveted to her neck,
and in consequence of this peculiarity she
is known all through the country round by
the name of Fairy Perlina, from the old
A SoTtl Thief.
A happy thonght occurred tho other day
to an impecunious young gentleman in
Paris. In the considerable space stolen
from the garden of Luxembourg by Prefect
Haussmann (tho conversion of whioh into
Bquares and streets'caused a revolution in
tho Quariier Latin) there have been made a
number of broad bitumenized highways
perfectly well adapted to velocipeding. As
inhere is no particular traffio on these high
ways (which lead mosily from nowhere to
nowhere,) they became a favorite resort for
sucking velocipedists, in fact, a kind
open air school of the velocipede fhnd ve
locipede-merchants stand about them in the
evening ready to hire their noble steeds at
so much an|hour. To one of these veloci
ede-jookeya there came, on the evoning of
nne 20, a youth neatly ap
pareled and wearing riding-boots,
who inquired foT full-blooded veloci
pede of tho best Godolphin stock. "I am
not yet much of a rider," ho modestly ob
served, "but I havo good legs and I am
cool, and I think that with practico I shall
have a chance of winning a prize at the
next races." Bo speaking, he got on the
finest velooipede before him carefully and
a little awkwardly, moved cautiously first
to the left then to tho right, and finally,
aining confidence, straight on down tho
lighway. Tho velocipede-jockey, delighted
with his customer, and already dreaming of
a salo, if not of a "soli," followed slowly,
his hands in his pockets, and encouraging
the novice with his loud approval. "Very
good 1 very good I Courage I courage I try
it a littlo faster
1" The yonth, who
"had good legs," and was certainly "cool,'"
took the courage he was invited to tako,
began to make his lees fly like crazy watch
levers, triod it "a littlo faster," flow down
the highway, and has nevor since been seen
OAHO who robbed one of Wells,
Fargo & Co's stages, near White Pine, re
cently, has written a letter to the Virginia
City Enterprise, in which he claims that tho
robbers are not "highwaymen but tell vu
Mr. editur they are onest working Min who
had to do something to keep from starving
in this Bad country." He says that hnn
dreds of men are starving in the White
Pine region, having boon attracted thither
by tho reports in tne Treasure City and
Hamilton papers that workmon wero in de
mand at from $5 to $20 a day, and contin
Ties: "And thin when our toung is Parced
and our feet blistered and wo set down to
wreBt onrselvos and we take up tho outer
prise or somo other paper to read, we find
a peace from tho White Pino Nuse that we
aro thiefs or deadbeats or lazy loafors or
sumthing els now Mr. editur this is ading
insult to injury and the American Peoplo
wont stand it So we robed tho stage gust to
get money enough to got us away from the
misentblo plaoo but wo are not going yot
we will try to burn tho press that Binds fort
so many lies before wo go now Mr. editur
thoro is 500 men in this place who cant get
one day work and no way goiu only to wak
to virgini and that in hard."
—A rattlesnake, thrtfT^a lonjy, with
nine rattles, was in a dooryatd iu Stoning
ton, Conn., ou Monday.
ELOPEMENT IN IIK1II MEE.
AM Aotor Kuna Awiywltk (lie lau||li
t«r of a Bufffclo Millionaire.
From tho Buffalo Herald, July 30.
While taking a stroll on Delaware stroot,
last Sunday evening, wo bocamo a willing
listener to a conversation carried on among
a parly of young ladies- notwithstanding
tho old saying that "listeners never hoar
any good of themselves"—ono of thorn bo
iug engaged at tho timo in giving hor com
panions an account of how ono of hor most
intimate acquaintances, who had been her
companion at boarding school, had been
inducod by an aotor, who rocently
played au engagement in this city, to elope
with him- From this wo wero able to givo
some particulars of tho affair, and givo
thom for tho bonefit of tho veadors of tho
It appears that, during tho holidays, tho
young lady so prominently connected with
this incident, whom wo will call Nelly
(sweet name), came homo from school, and
had Just arrivod at the ago of "sweet six
teen." From what wo can loam, sho was
a beautiful eroatnre, such A ono as a young
man is liko to foil "dead in love" with be
fore ho has soon her flvo minutes. Well,
tho second night after hor arrival hero, sho
wont to tho theatro, aud thoro saw the ac
tor, who was to bo so closoly connected
with her ftiture destiny. We will call him
Harry Stanforth—our readers will pleaso
bear in mind that these names aro flotitious.
On the evening in question, Harry was play
ing a very prominent role—that of a passion
ate lover—and Nolly becaino so fearfully
infatuated with him that nothing would
do—so she expressed herself afterward to
hor bosom friend—but an introduction to
tho charming Harry. Her desires wero
gratified, and then, oh, sho was in such
costacy I Timo passed on walks were
taken, parties wero attondod, and, in fact,
Harry became very attentive, and it soemoil
to bo his groatest desiro to bask iu tho sun
light of her smiles. He had gained the
confidence of Mr. and Mrs. who
thonght that ho was such a nice young
man but bettor for them if some kind
frioud had boon ablo to mako them cog
nizant of tho dark clouds of sorrow that
woro hanging over them—the signals of a
terrible storm that would soon break over
their heads, and cast a gloom of sadness
ovor their family circle. Harry, after awhile,
declared his love for Nelly, and sho recipro
cated. Ho wanted her to run away, and
get married. She hesitated and wanted
him to ask her parents consent But well
ho knew that snoh a boon would not be
granted to him by them for thoy wero
wealthy—miilionares,—and would never
think of suce a thing. He presented the
case to the fair Nellie, and finally she con
sented. One fine morning tho father and
mother arose from their beds to find their
daughter had left her home. Every effort
was made to gain somo traco of them, but
in vain. This occurred recently. Last
week the fathor ascertained that Harry had
gone to Chicago as 'leading gentlemau' in
a well-known theatre, and that his daugh
ter was with him. He immediately took
tho first train for the 'Garden City.' His
return is anxiously looked forward to by
the relatives and friends of theyouug lady.
The affair caused no little excitement and
talk among the Upper ton-' If anything
further should transpire our readers may
rest assured that we will keep them posted.
Tho Union Pacific Railroad—Interest
ing Report of an Export.
Mr. W. Milnor Boberts, a civil engineer
who was appointed ono of tho commis
sioners sent out by Jay Cooko & Company
to examine a route tor the Northorn Pacific
Itail road Company eastward from Puget
Sound, has written an interesting report on
the condition of tho Union Paoiiic Railroad.
Tho letter is written from Bait Lake City,
on tho 18th of June.
Mr. Boborts Bays that the railroad from
Omaha to Cheyenne, 516 miles, is eqnal in
all respects to tho best first-olass eastern
roads, and snporior to most of them, on
account of its eaay grades. Tho road is
remarkably smooth, so that it was easier to
write as tho oars were going than on any
railroad tho writer knows of. Noarly the
whole lino is ballasted with fine gravelly
material. Tho road runs all tho wajr in tho
valley of the Platte Biver or its branohes.
At North Platte, 291 miles from Omaha, the
line takes tho valley of tho South Platte,
and rnns on the north sido of it to Jules
burg, 377 miles from Omaha. Thence it
follows the "lodge-pole" fork of tho Sonth
Platte to Pino Bluffs,472 miles from Omaha.
It then passes an easy "divido" over the
waters of "Grow Creek," another tributary
of the South Platte, and descends to
Cheyenne, 610 miles from Omaha. The
latter city is 760 feet above the sea, while
Cheyenne ia 6,921 feet above tlie sea,
making a total rise of 4,961 foot in 616
miles, or an average of 96-10 feet a mile
The maximum rise for short distanoes is
thirtv-flve feeta milo, except that in getting
out from Omaha there is at present a grade
of sixty-two feet a mile. On the comple
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Omaha, now in progress, it will be rednced
to about forty-eight feet a mile. The rail
road from Omaha to Cheyenne is practi
cally a straight line, with ruling grades
below thirty feet a mile, and averaging
about ten feet.
.The entire distanco is a grass country,
but most of it may be cultivated. It is
dotted with railroad villages about every
fifteen miles, which depend entirely upon
tho road for business.
Tho grade gradually inoreasos from Chey
enne to Sherman, whioh iB 8,236 feetabovo
the level of the sea, the highest point at
tained by the railroad anywhere between
the Atlantic and Pacifle oceans. The rise
in a distance of thirty-three miles is 2,314
feet, or an average or 70 feet to the mile,
and tho maximum at any point is 85 feet to
the mile. There are no turnouts, and the
deopeat outs are only about 20 feet.
Mr. Roberts says that he watched this
part of the lino critically, and particularly
noticed tho faet that there is little more
work on these thirty-three miles than on
the route approaching Cheyenne from the
east, and no appearanco of a mountain as
It was not necessary that even this sum
mit Bhould be passed by the railroad, for
the Laramie fork, as well as tho main north
fork of the Platte, cuts through the Black
Hills, and could have been followed with
regularly ascending grades, though on
more circuitous and more costly routes.—
Where the line now crosses tho Laramio,
west of the Black Hills, it is 7,123 foot
abovo the sea, or 1,112 feet lower than the
Sherman summit and at the crossing of
the North Platte, west of tho Black Hills,
it is only 6,477 feet above the sea, or 1,658
feet below Sherman.
Theso features, Mr. Roberta says, aro not
generally understood at the east. On the
entire distance from Omaha to Shorman,
on the highest summit passed between the
two oceans, tho work is absolutely trifling,
and tho curves of the easiest kind.
In descending the Blopes of the Black
Hills, from the Sherman summit the work
is heavier and tho grades Bomowhat undu
lating. The maximum descending grade is
eighty-six fe a mile for about ten miles
into the valley of tho Laramie.
The Union Pacific Railroad, Mr. Roberts
says, is a good, well-located nnd well con
structed road most of tho distance from
Omaha to Deseret, now named Wintah,
•ne thousand and twenty-four miles. From
Piedmont westf for about 90 milos the track
was hastily laid during tho winter, and at
nnnmber of points trostlework supplies the
place of the more permanent bridge struc
tures now constructing. It will require but
a short timo and no great expenditure of
money to make it an good as the best road
in tho country.
-A paper In All the
Year Round speaks of the many cases of
premature burial which occur during tho
prevalence of cholera. It says among oth
er things that "Dr. Londe states as au ac
knowledged fact that patients pronouncod
dead of cholera have been repeatedly seen
to movo ono or more of their limbs after
death." Mr. Searlo, an English Burgeon,
has often remarked this fact and Dr. Vey
rat, of the Bath establishment, Aix Savoy,
succodedin "resuscitating" a young woman
after she had apparently been dead for
nearly three days. Apropos of the subject
of promature burial, of which many pc-o
pie havo a horror not altogether unreason
ablo, it may be well to state that a French
doctor has recently invented a process by
which it may be determined witn absolute
certainty whether a person supposed to bo
dead is so or not. Belladonna dropped on
tho living eye always causes dilation of the
pupil, wliilo on the dead oye- it has no ef
fect. A camera with tho ordinary photo
graphic paper, whioh is ruled with delicate
lines, Is placed over the eye undergoing
examination. Tho paper"
a spindle for ten or flfteon minutes, at the
expiration of whioh time, if no variation in
tho size of tho photograph of tho pupil can
bo detected the subject is known to be
Fiunk Miijeii & Co. havo been at work
tho past two years, perfecting their Engine
and Thrashing Maohino Oils, and now feol
confident in offering them to tho public,
that they will at onoo tako tho place of
many othor oila used on Engines and Farm
Thoy have put them Into the market to
become tho standard Lubricator, and if
prico and quality aro considered, thoy cor.
tainly will. Wo liko them better than any
Oils wo have over used.
In wantot Trussoe. Supporters, Artfllclal
I.imbB, or Surgical Instrument*, can lie rapplied at
maker's prices, by addressing I. N. MOKTON. UruR-
Whenever thoro has lately boon a collision
on any of our railroads, it has almost inva
riably boon accompanied by tlio frightful
complication called "teloscoping," or, in
oilier worda, by one car sliding over tho
trucks and crushing into tho otto immedi
ately in front of it. This took placo at tho
recent niaHKaoro at MaNt Hopo, and it was
iloly to tho "tolossoping" of tho express
car into tho smoking car that tho loss of
lifo is duo. Now, this "telescoping" ought
novor to occur, hiuco it can bo prevented by
tho oxerciso of a littlo common
tho part of tho car buildors. As tho cars
aro uow built, tho platforms which boar
tho brunt of tho collision, extend from bo
uoath the lloor of tho car, and, of oounio,
when tho speed of tlio traiu is violently ar
rested, tho car slides over tho platforms and
crushes into tho ono immediately iu front
If, on the contrary, tho platforms wero built
so as to ilng from tho body of tlie car,
tho shock of a eollimon would expondmuoh
of its forco in smashing np tho platforms,
and tho cars thomsolvos would sustain com
paratively little injury. Tho Erie company
aro runmug a fow cars built on this plan,
some of which woro attached to the train
at tho time of the Mast Hopo accident—
Not ono of thoso cars was seriously dam
aged, and not ono of the passengers was
injured. Their safety was demonstrated as
1 plainly as the danger of those bnilt after
ibho old method of construction. Will our
railway compauios -especially tho Erie
heed tho lesson of tho Mast Hopo collision,
and give us cars which cannot "telescope."
—New York World.
seven-eighths of nil tho cliillod iron in the
United States. A singlo establishment in
that city, in ten hours' rnnning time, turns
out tho following products: 4,760,000 com
mon nails, 3,360,000 tacks, 3,480,000 shoe
nails, 660,000 glaziers' points. Tlio Pitts
burg glass works make glass 70 by 40
One Pittsburg firm have a total iron oil
tankago of 180,000 barrols, their biggest
tank holding 45,000 barrels. Ono plow
faotory turns out 50,000 to 55,000 plows per
Wonderful Effects of Magnetism.
A New Science Discovered— Money Refund
ed if not benefitted—Jh\ O. M. Wood, the Re
nowned Maynetist Located in Milwaukee.—
Those desirme: magnetic treatment may bo
benefitted or cured by sending in an envel
ope one or nioro wtoccs of flannel twico its
size, which have been woru over tho diseaso
twenty-four hours. Thia charged with mag
netism is returned villi directions to uso sci
entifically. For rheumatism, female and all
chronic Jineaaoe, it works wonders. lilank
certificates returned with flannels, wluoh, if
no relief is had is filled out roliably, signod
and returned to postoOice box 1,153, when the
monoy^will bo returned. Price, ono piece of
flannel $1.00, four pieces $2.00. Porsonal
treatment given at his oflico, No.Sfl Wisconsin
street, up stairs.
Extract of Opinion*.—Dr. Wood la a gentlemon
InjBvery sense of the word a man doing much good.
J. E. Pitch, pastor Al
lie has performed wonderful cures on poisons to
as well known.—Ed. Grant Co. Herald.
Of the thousands he has troated, few havo restated
his power of cure.—Darlington. Wis. Union.
Inbidesand Outsides.-—The publishers of
tho Evening Wisconsin, Milwaukee, tho
originators of the economical system of print
ed paper for country Journals,
"are now fur
nishing paper at merely a nominal prico—
some weeks absolutely free of coat. Wo aro
now furnishing about two huudrod papers,
and aro willing to contract with ono hundred
more. Apply, stating circulation, to tho un
dersigned. Wo print four sizes of Outsides
and Tnsides— 22x32, 24x36, 26x40, 28x14. llo
pnblican, Democratic and Neutral.'
Cbambr, Milwaukee, Wis.
Tho Mrs. Parker, of Boston, who
wont to Paris to marry Emile Descbam
jies, haa instead wedded thero young
Weed Family Favorite
At now porfeoted. Is the JJH8T and HOST RKMABLU
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
For au. KINDS of family work now In on. 11 will do a
of work, sewing from tho
good* to the
out change of Noodles, Thread or Tension. It is
and not liablo to gat not of order. It has straight
needle and makes the Lock Stitch.
Responsible Agents wanted in evenr eoonty. A lib
eral nisflonnt to tba trade. Send lor price list and
terms to UEO. U. TIIUMAS A CO., 101 Lake rtreet,
Ghicaco, Agenta for the Northwest. ]!y38 Siu
JOHN NAZRO fitCO.
tMeOftTKMft DCALtR IN HAR BWtRC
Is superior to any other for durability, brilliancy,
unrivalled whiteness, body or covering capacity.
It Is a chemical compound so perfectly arranged
that no atmospheric Influences eon damage or
In all other Paints In use two to three years of
exposure, the oxygen in the atmosphoro will draw
all the oil from the lead and leave nothing but a dry
Mwdcr which Is washed off by rain, or It ralsea np
blisters and scales off.
Natra'f "English" White Ltad la not
subject to theso damaging Influences. It Is a chemi
cal compound in which tho above destructive pro
perties aro so neutralized that tho oil is kftpure and
Nawo'i "Kngllalt" Whits head will not
turn yelUno by being in a darkened room, nor will It
turn dark by exposure to noxious gossos, amonla, ke.
Nnzro's "Kngllah" White Lead has
nothing to rival Its natural whiteness and It has
beautiful and pecnliar lustro of China Globb.tho
honse painted with it will look botter in ten years
than if painted with any othor In two or three years.
As it is warranted to be as represented, you nm no
risk tit purchasing it.
Use no Other if Ton Want the Best,
"British" White Lead.
Some parlies desire a cheaper Paint than onr
"Enolikii," and to supply this wont we have the
," which Is a superior article for the price.
Wo are Agents for
MASURY & WHITON'S
Ground in OH and Mixed Ready for Use.
If yon want to paint yonr hotiso or barns nnd It Is
not convenient to employ a practical painter yon
can get your choico among forty shadee of the Onest
colors aud beet quality. As there are imitations of
theso Paints bo sure that you bny this brand.
Farmers, Mill Owners, and alt those wishing
White Lead or Colors, please applr to your mer
chant aud require theso and take no other. They
can at any Uuio get a supply from
JOHN NAZRO & CO.
Patent Moveable Tooth Circular Saws and Pittent
PerfumUwl Uircular and Long Saws.
EDUCATED AT PUBLIC EXPENSE
Institution Tor tlie Blind, JanosTille, Wig.
Apply to TUOMAS H. I,ITTL K. Janesville Wis.
SAGINAW SALT AGENCY.
J. B. SHAW,
Dealer In Fino, Coarse, Daliy and Table Salt, (and
Piaster, Cement, Waterlitno, Now York and Michigan
Ho.94 West Water St., IHIIwnakrc,
B^Ordera filled at Lowest Market Rates.
|%[KKVOim AND RI1KU-
1V matio sufferers from early
Indiscretions should not fall to
consult, confldenlialljr. Dr. Mo
Naraara, at and HK Maaou St.,
Milwaukee. He has remedies
(with the aid of alsotricity) that
'will atop those nightly emissions]
build up the nervons tyntem, re
store the sexual powers to their
full vigor, and tlie mind to its
ordinary cheerfulness and
strength. The Doctor's skill (in
Venoroal diBoases, cannot be ex
celled in the healing
The following are anumg the prominent leading buti
neu houses in their several departments:
TOWIJSBND MIX. Designs for Ohnrch
Hchool Archltocturow Ehtaumhhkdhincb
BOOTS AND SHOES.
TKIN8, BTEBLK ft WHITE, Kxcln
slvo Wholesale Dealers In Doote aud Bnoes, 83i
Uaet Water Btroct, Mllwankoe.
OOFFEE. SPICES, AC.
Q. JPIjINT, Teas, Ground Ooffoos,
Mustard, Cream Tartnr.lSlaoklng, tio.,
Blur MIUr, 18(1 West Water Htreot, Mllwankoe.
T9XiAIR ft FEiKBONB, Oroekory Cutlery
Looklng-Olasses, lAtnps^ and Ourtatn Vapors
Kant Water street
TBSCH ft CO* Wliolosaio and Retail.
MannfacfhrlnR and Analytical Glicmlata.
Photographic Stock, IB Spring street
Flour Brands, Heals, Btonull
•Dies and Tools, Key Check Dies, Gold Puns ro
pointed. Bend for circular to Box 1008. Milwaukee.
HARD ft CO.,
era Nd Commission Merchants lu Foreign
and Domestlo, Green and Dried Fruits, Can Goods,
Nuts, &o., 809 East Water Street, Milwaukee.
VANKEE FURNITURE BTORE, Mat
JL thow Bros., Manufacturers and Dealers lu Fur
niture and Upholstered Goods, 418 East Water st.
ED YARD ft WOOD, flne Groceries,Wines,
i-i Liquors, Cigars and Cannod Fruits. Agents
for Powell's Ale and Boyal Baking Powder. 406
TYUTCHEB, BALL ft GOODRICH
MJ Wholesale Grocers, 200 & 305 East Wator street
r^OODRIOH ft TERRY, Wholesale Grocers,
vJT 314 810 Kast Wator Street, Milwaukee.
Importer end Wholesale Doaler
in Shelf Hardware, Iron, Steol, Nails, kc., *315
East Water Street, Milwaukee.
COTT, Dealer tn first-class Jewel-
ry, Diamonds, Watchcs, &c., Wisconsin street,
near East Wator.
H. PREUSSER ft BHOj Wholesale %ud
Retail Dealers in Watches, Clocks, Materials,
ke. Established in 1844. 438 East Water street
ft CO., Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Lumber, Latb, Shingles, Plckots,
Timber, Codar Posts, &o. Oflico, 147 West Water
street, cor. Sycamore, Milwaukee.
ft CO., 813 Spring at., whole-
sale Dealer and Manufacturer of all kinds of
Marble Work, Granite Hoofing Blate, Ao.
IT B. AN VIIiIiE, Notions
This is an inteteatiiw and important work of over two
hundred paces, written in plain language, with nnmer
am diuriuns and enimviiiBs, and contains all that val
uable information that every pemoa who Is married or
contemplate marriage ought to have, yet, whioh so few
really poneis. It unravels mysteries and disoloses
secrets that everybody should knew still it is a book
that oncht to be kept under look and key, and not laid
lassly about the honse. It embraces everything on
.. tis worth know
any other work,
any one (free ol
the subject of the
generative system that ia
inf. and macb that ia not published in an]
This invaluable won will be sent to am
postage) on reoeipt of Fifty cents.
Addreai: lr. ButU' Dispensary W. W. oorner Fifth
aud Market street* 8L Lotus Mo.
"Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before reoelving treatment from any of the notorious
"Quacks" of this or any other place, who advertize ia
the public papers, or nwng any of the almost number
less "Uuack remedies," carefully peruse Dr. ButU'
work. No matter what yonr disease is, or how deplor
I regret not to have it
Bntte can be consulted on any of the diseases
mentioned in his works fromSa.m,to7p.M. Office
N. W. oorner Fifth and Market street, (opposite Court
House.) Bt Louis Mo. aor3»ly
LOVE Si MONEY.
The Secrets of Love, or the Charm ef Eden, the
Arabian Love Philter and Great Secret of Fascination,
obtained in Egypt (once in your possession you can gain
the undying love of any on. you wish,) also ten Songs,
ten Receipts, Beautiful Pictures, New Arts, How to
IAN SAW CO.,
Jacob St., New York.
ENCOURAVE HOME MANUFACTURE!
The only Starch Faotory working In Iowa, Minnesota,
Michigan and Wisconsin, is that of the
NORTHWESTERN STARCH CO.
Conscious of tbe favor In wkloh our Stareh is held,
we have rMently increased our facilities, and are now
OK BUPKRIOK QUALITY.
For sale by the Trade generally, and at the factory
Northwestern Starch Co.,
Chicago St., Milwaukee.
N. B.—Bhould our goods fail t« givo satisfaction they
may be returned and money rafinded.
Jannary 1st, 1870.
and White Goods,
Tl, 8S6 Main street, Milwaukee.
Beet light in the elty, and best
photographs. Largest assortment of frames and
photographic goods in Wisconsin. 89 Wisconsin St.
IVTOONAN ft MoNAB, Dealers In all kinds
1" of Papers, Cards, Card Boards, Straw Boards,
Bags and Paper Stock, 108 Wisconsin street
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
F. ADAMS ft CO.| Manufacture™ and
Dealers in Tobacco, Snuff At Cigars,
1, 8 S Clybonrn Street Milwaukee.
The following are among the prominent leading bwi
ntss houses in their several departments:
Oil Cloths and Mattings, Wholesale and Itetail.
Orders promptly filled.
D* B.ft CO., 63andfi6 Liko st, whole
sale dealers in Straw Goods, Millinery, White
Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Fancy
Lako street, Chicago.
PAPER AND RAGS.
AFLIN, BUTLEB ft CO., Dealers in
Paper, Printers' Stock, Ac. dash paid for
Bags. 43 and 44 State street, Chicago.
f4.IIiBERT HUBBARD ft CO., Manila,
VI tarred,stool iron wire ropo, tar.pitch oakum,
tackle block*,anchors chains, 907
8. Water st Chi.
TWINES AND CORDAGE.
fMLBBRT HUBBARD ft CO.,ootton & flax
VT twines all kinds, wool sacks ft Burlaps, nets
seines, tents, covers & flaea.207 8. Water st, Chicago.
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and preventing offapring, how to preserve the complex
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HEBETl BMITH, Tlco Pecsldeut.
EDWARD IL8LKY, Actuary.
gj lexandrla Ska*
X«sarl IlandM I
V.Iaandrr, which 1s warranted to be free from
oxalic acid or othar destructive chemicals, as well as
fonr timss more intense than the ordinary Indigo or
Holnble Blues. For sale by all Grocer* and Druggists.
Depot for the West at URUBKRT BKLL'S.C
Levee and S3B Commercial street.
St. Louis Mo.
MEDICAL & ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Treatment of Chronlo Diseases
THE MISSIS0U0I POWDER
Actually eures Cancer and Scrofnloosdiseamsof the
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An Knglisb and Clasaloal 8ohol for Boys
Men. This Institution has hem Insuocesfuloperation
fer Uio past live years, tfittin#young men for College
Is made a specialty. Uradnatoi In the Classical Course
enter any of the Kastern Oolligea. Tho lCngliah and
embraces thofnll range of Aoadomlc
branohea. Native Teachers employed to give
instruction In the Vrenoh aid Oerman Laognnges.
Thefichool oceupiee a commaltous odilloo, recently
erected, anil combining superio* facilities.
Fall Term opens Sept- 6th.
MUTUAL LIFE IHSUMNCE COIPMY.
Office No. 416 Maiu Street, Milwaukee, Wis.
The MODEL Life Insurance Co. jaf the Continent!
Largest Company Outside of the Seaboard Cities,
HA VI NO
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And Rapidly Increasing,
Income fn 18US, $2,417,244.00.
GREAT $1.00 SALE I
JJIneu Coats, all
tgl ll-wool Urea*tut
/J liver plated OTve
Goods, 68 and 88
••I nameled Coral
"3II Painting, tn
*1 ll-Wool Table C»
'•1 mbroidered and
adios' Serge Ca»
il enamelled Ta
Lake street. Carpeting*,
^4 oting Knlghth'd,
kGO other hks.
V* alnaook Muslin,
ia whit, um
^ndigo blue fk»
hree yardi Whit*
JQ liver-Plated Cake
nyx Studs ant
£2 hildren's kid Bat
NO ottm useful and ornamental ailitis.'
ONE DOLLAR I
It Ticket., and any one ef theee aifltta) M# 1
Agents lkw», on receipt of
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THE LATEST AUD THE BEST I
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interior t* any In the stsrkM,
All an dellikt«4 with them.
Thry cut easy, true, smooth and rafiidly, and are
strong tn every partt
83 LKVBB 47#
(very heavy and strong) 100
Of tho 38 Inch Lever Cutter th. Fawtooket R. I.
Oazettesays: "Would not eell It for four time. IUoort»n
The N. H. Telegraph saysi "The time saved will
more than pay for It In a year."
We have very many endorsement, of all the maohtnes
speaking of them with unqualified praise,
MT* Bend for Catalogues and Full Description^?
78 Dnane Mtreet, H. V.
of the Medleal Pro
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an Old and Pur.
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S A I S E it
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Send for Zllattrated Ofrenlar.
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FORSYTH ft CO.. COanlaid' O.
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nutritious article for Invalids and Infante. KndoiMd
by tbe best Allopothio and Uomcsopathlo Physiotaae
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eiroular, free toall,
Number of Members, 30,000
And aildtng 1,000 Nmj ones each month.
No. of POHCIch Issued in
ITS MOTTO IS
Safety, Mutuality, ZSquity and Liberality.
Its Investments are closely restricted, by Its charter, to tho Bafcnt possible fclmls.
Ito funds aro carefully Invested liy a Committee composed of the moat contixjtuiit financiers lu the West.
It is a ruruly Mutual Company, having uo Htook and Is mauaged by the mouthers for their own bcueJlt.
It aims to carry Equity Into all lb) plans aud trsnsaollons, Just
loo to aud between the momliurs.
It is liboral in its dealings, not technical, but fair aud honorable—striving to do right.
It lioljiH tho poor by dividing tlio premiums on small pollolos, and loaning part of tho premium, aud, to
preveut thom froui lapsing, will loan on policies to tho amount of surrender value.
It doos justice to woman, charging her no extra premium.
It permits residence or travel anywhere tu tho United Blatos, Canadaa or Europe.
It pays surrender value after flrst year, If asked for within one year.
It issues all binds of Policies on rates as favorable as the best.
It makes all Policies Non-forfeiting In that It will give full-paid insurance for all premiums paid on life
pollclos, and mako each liavm»nt, a««r th« lint on leu jrcar pultvlee, aud utter tlio second on endow
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It makos Dividends, on the contribution plan, payablo anuu&ily, at tho oud of tho second year, after
It Is abetter Cash Company than the beat AU Cash Company, and as good a Note Company as to advan
tageous to tlioeo doelrlng sueh poll
Gives it THREE prominent Advantages!
1st, Opportunity for constant Investment of Its funds, with entire safety, at a liiglt rate of Interest.
2d. A low rate of mortality, tho great bulk of Its rlska being In the Northwest uuder healthful climatic
lid. Exemption from Uto heavy expense for rente, salaries, Ac., necessary to comuan!e« located in the
lartfo Eastern Cities.
J. H. VAN DYKB, President.
A. W. KBLLOOQ, Secretary,
C. D. NABII, Trensurcr.
OTI9 MOT JpPI
•y? earn of flne Not.
eld Pen It Hold
er, lu eaast
AUG. GAYIiOTtD, Asa't Bcoretnry.
L. MoKNIOIiT, M. V., Med. Ex.
BILIOUS AND OTHER
TU« grei^ cause In new countries in the abtorbtlon
of an4ieftlt.br y»pors or air. They pass into the lnnm
nd aogei iottt tbs blood. There Are other causes,
snob a« no bealtM food, overwork, over excitement ot
any kind, oontajpous and Infections diseases, checked
out of the blood* and which, if thoy remain in the
blood, are sore to settle upon aome part of the body
which la weakest* Thus, if upon the lonn they produce
?on*SmpUon: »I*on the tho spleen,low spirits and
^jA^IUty.to iu the attention for anytime upon sa
object If npon the lifer, jaundice, ooatirenees or liver
oomplaiut, fever and agae or fevers if on the brain,
pains In the head, dtacinese, Tinging noises, and a dis
to apoplexy, snnstroke, Ac. You have warniojM
whloh romaln noheeded, but at last yon have a "chill,
and rou are laid up. Vou have a violent headache and
Ef JL'B must befin, take sixer
elaht, Brandreth'a Pilte If *ou can drink some borti
wlna in bed, thsgr will help you, boneeet ie the
beet-k^Bul suppose you can cet no
dreth's Pills, you take six or eurht, and i!
to cur. you, or twenty, tliey will cure yen in lese time
than by any other method and at vastly less expense.
Should your sickness oommenee with diarrhcea, with
or without chilly, the process is tbe same aix or eicht
pills at pnoe In tbe treatment. The eure ia often mor.
spsedy in th one oasm than when the chill cominanees
without the signs. BRANURKTU'S PILLS are the
efficient remover of burdens and evenr day save lifei
^Indeed, after two or three days* -use of BRAN.
PILL, as anlMll pains, aches, heavinses
and dtdlneas vanish life, vivacity and cvileneaitake
their plaoe, the eye and th. complexion have mwa
elearand bright even the voice oas tbe true ring ol
BRANDRifrrlPS PILLS are the best medleln.far
both children and old persona. They area true family
modiolus Vaood tar afi.M Ky attrition to th. above a
pleasant. I took the pills for twenty-four dava, and I
noUeed that I paeeed a large quantity of black, bilioua
looking, off*nsiye matter, whioh I am glad to have got
clearoK The Brandreth Pills take right hold ofall
that is deleUriens in the bowels, and, aa I said before,
I now feel Ilk. anew man, and deem it my dntr to ax
press my gratitude to you.
Sincerely your friend.
VBANKLIN L. IIAWLKT,
IUN8S AND KIDNEYS CURED.
Isaa. W. Brlgn. of 145 Suffolk Street, New York,
••ffhe has usea Braudreth's Pills for thirty years,
having eommancod to use them in Febraaiy, IMB, for
man. though before h. commenced with thia great
medielD. he tw oa the v.rge of th. grav^
Ik Cook, PubUaher of tn. "State Banner," Ben
nlngtoa. Vt, sua Brandrath'a PiUa .nnd him of Dyr
pspsia, after being afllioted with it over five vMra.
Hie mends and doctors considerod his recovery impos'
hwlftii^rfoetiy*ee Pills restored bis
was sorely tranblwl*
with tape-worm* All advice and medicine falied to
hslp her. She had no reek. Thin, oarewor and un
happy, she looked the very picture of misery. At last
sh. oonoluded to try Brandrath'a Pills. In one year
«ha took seventy-two .boxea. They brought away,
according to her computation, over two hundred yards
Descriptive Circular, af Nn*
stmt free, on application to
AUSTIN & CO.
TO FRUITERS AND BOOK BINDERS.
NewVork. Bold by all
Niw TOM, June 93,18881
bad symptoms leffe
iSt^Ntond, naturally,and her health lmeam.
offloe. Brandreth House,
"srvs 'bat my name Is in the Government Stamp
each box of rilla, which insures you ths genuine.
•?.d/Plomaat oflloe will show, has bee. longer
fSfWed iu tbe treatment of Venereal, Hexualand
|™Js Dueasse than any other physician in St.
Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Gleet, StrictnM, Orchitis
?ernja, and Ruptnret all Urinary Diseases and
SypbiHUoor Mercurial Affiictious of the Throat,
are treated with nnparalelled
lunonoi lueas, evil (orebodmn, aversion to
loss of memory andssxual powers
"e«tu gmarriage improper, are permanenUy onred.
disastrous and varied conseqnencet of self abuse,
thst will be seat to any address in a sealed envelope
for two stamps. Many physicians introduce patients
to the doctor after reading his medical pamphlet.
Communication confidential. A friendly tank will
cost sou nothing. OIBce central, yet retired- No.
617 8L Charles street, Kt Louis Mo. Honrs 9 a. M.
M. Sundaya 18 to 3 P. M. deoavly
BYRN, BOWEN & CO.,
Importon and Jobbers of
LAMPS & KEROSENE GOODS,
170 Lake Street,
GOODS IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES.
49* All ortlera trill receive prompt
Mil sarsfhl attention.
Stark A Great rails,
Lawlston A, Ludlow A A,
Atlantic, Union A,
ITull stoeh of tho leading brands of GRAIN BAGS
at the lowest market prices.
WOOLSACKS, FLOUR HACKS, UAM SACKS,
BAOfi and AGGlNQof .very description.
9. ft H. CHAPMAN,
139 South Witter St.
IN THE WORLD
FOR HAN AND BEAST
Tears in tDTae.
Is good for Uhennrntiam,
iit but Bran-
"ehUI." if you have, do tbe
you dfd the dav before. If on the next day yon
have another "ohill," dothaaamsanin. Yon marbe
snre that whether you need one dose of
Whitlows, Caked Breasts, Hore Nipples,
Cramps, Boils, Bites of Animals, Weakness
of tbe Joints,
Contraction of the Muscles,
Burns and Hcalds, Frost Bitos, Painful
Nervous Affections, Chapped Hands, Lame
Back, Pain in the Bide, Swellings, Tumors,
Tooth Ache, Old Sores Hemorrhoids or
Piles, Flesh Wounds,
of all kinds
Sprains, Braises, Cracked Heels, Ring
Bone, Poll Evil, Windfalls,Callous, Spavin,
Sweeney Fistula, Sitfost, External Poisons,
Scratches or Grease, Spring Halt, Band
Craoks, Lameness, Strains, Foundering
Feet, Mange, Horn Distemper, Garget in
Cows, Cracked Teats, Foot llot in Sheep,
many other diseases Incident
Taylor,'of Concord, Ky., says ths
Gargling Oil cured a horse of his, injured
while plowing by attempting to step over
From Cnuiip A Bbocl, Cochrane Landing,
Ohio, Not. 20,1866.—We aro pleased with
yonr medicine. It haa been the means of
curing a great number of different diseases
From Db. J. P. Tkbbbia, Warren, Ind.
am engaged in the prac
tice of medicine, and find yonr Gargling
Oil an extremely efficient remedy in all
where an external application
It cives me ploasure to stale
the Rood I have experienced from your l'Uls. Since I
commenced their nse I have felt, in all respecta, liko a
new mac, and the rheumatism I took them to relieve
bas entirely disappeared. At first I was prejudiced
them, beqanse their operation was attended
nth A Mwasa asimn.. Ki«t 1.— .•
against th.m, beoanas th...
with a severe an ping but, on further experience, I am
oouvineed such pains are only oausod by tbe medicine
struggling with and removing certain obstructions ia
the bowels. I commenoed with taking five pills even
night ongoing to bed, and by the increase of one pifi
eaohjvwlng ran the quantity nptotw.lv. pills, which
nnmbar I oontinuad to take for ten dsys, and then
gradually raduoed to five pills at a dose. With the
•xoaption of the flrst tbrM doses, I have experienced
np pain or griping, but the operation vu both
B. Nm^ Bums, Iowa,
have practiced medicine
in this county seven yearn and cheerfully
wcommend yonr Gargling Oil as the bea
liniment in nse.
From Db. T. W. Emjs, Tronpville, Ga.,
6, 1859.—If I
conld roceiveboth boxes
of the Qargling Oil it would not be too
conld soon find sale for
it all, the inquiry being frequent since it is
have it for sale.
From Db. Wm. S. McOaia, Chamois,
procure dozens of certificates from
citizens of the oountry.
Gargling Oil is doing
much better here than formerly, since its
virtues have become known, And the bot
tles put up for Family Use, without Stain,
are mnch sought for.
Extract from a letter from Hon. Natbui
Lindset, County Judge of Shelby. Co.,
Iowa, dated Harlan, April
June last Henry Baffle
The Doctor's opportunitiea in hospital and private
Pmctioe anuasunwaMd in Stljouisor any other
city. Back dies of Bt. Louis papers prove that be has
beeniooated there longer by years than any others
advertising. The establisbuioDt, library, laboratory
and appoiutraentaara unrivalled in the West,unsur
passed anywhere. Age,with experience, can here
and the doctor can refer to many physicians
throughout the oountry. In past sncceas and pree~
eut position he
stands without a competitor.
Tho WrlllngHol a l'hjralelan wksm I'c.a
tatl.n la Union-wide abmiM k*
From Ekos'Matheh, Middleport, N. T.
pnwilMfed A bOllla
Gargling Oil of your Agent,
Extract of a letter from
ONLY ONE DOLLAR
ZION'S IIKKAio.Tau.1st. 1870. A
lirnt-claaa Illustrated Kelirious Journal or 16 pagra*
5 Editors. Tno cheapest paper in the
larnJ. $2.£0 a yexir io advance. Kpocirncn copies free*
K. I. WIN"
frlNfiliOW, PnbliHbor, 11 f&rnhill. Muss,
Agents Wanted for Dr. filarch!s
IN THE BIBLE.
Boso-tintnd Paper, steol eDeravingH o! unrivalled
heaulyAuderandenr. Ono RRent sold in tfaroa wcetn.
For circular, description, rncommondationH, pricp, aiid
terms to scents.
ulareBsKKIGr,KK,McC(JHiy a •)(»..
Fbiladelpliia, l'a., Cincinnati, O. Chicago. 111., or (it.
to sell the
makfw the wi«k alike iuij huF.k» ban
the unicr-food, and in equ^J in C.VHTJ respect to any
hewing Machine ovor invented. Pric» $'25.
wl for five years. Hend for circnlnr, A ddr^sJOHN-Warra»i
8 t. a in
OO., Hoe ton, I'itUburich. Va..or
the Metropolitan Gift Co.
Cash Uifts to
upon horses. We
think it onres all yon recommend it to
Knlttlns Mnch Inc.-.
Sa Bbos., Wholesale
Druggists, Wheeling, Va», say, under date
of July 24,1866, that they oan safely recom
mend the Gargling Oil for more diseases
than it is recommended for.
From J. K. Fisbxb, Uniontown, Pa.,
decidedly preferred to any other liniment
sold in this section.
Extraot of a letter from
July 17, 1866.—In
that had what
a yearling colt
ria for more than
supposed to be Dipthe-
not eat, and the throat swollen almost shut,
and by the nse of three or four applications
of the dollar bottles did the desired effect.
Co., Ohio, March,
Middleport, and as yet have used but half
think it has given me more relief in
a caso of severe Rheumatism of long stand
ing, than anything
have over used before.
ed Quincy, Chautauqua Co.,
have been acquainted with
Oil) for the last
fourteen years. It has proved a sure cure
for Foot Rot in Sheep for which
last bottle and have calls almost daily for
more. Please forward as soon as con
Always inquire for
BRATED GARGLING OIL,
Retail Price $1.00, 60 Cts., and 25 Cts
Shake well before using, and rub on
thoroughly before tho fire or some warm
The Gargling Oil has been
.Cotton Seamless Bags.
liniment for thirty-six years. All we ask is
a fair trial, but be sure and follow direc
nearest Druggist or dealer ia
Patent Medicines for one of our Almanacs
people say about the OiL
The GorglingOil is for sale by all respect
able dealers throughout the United
and other countries.
Our testimonials date from
We deal fair and
and are unsolicited. Use the Gargling Oil
and tell your neighbors what good it hns
liberal with all
Manufactured at L0CKP0RT, N. Y., bv
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL CO.
JOHN HODGE, Secretary.
TICKET UK A WH A PKIZK.
CCMh Gifts, eacb $20,(K01 4i'i Cauli (Jiiiri, r-.ir s'.10)
iu hmjuo 5.
s.ww I jwi
DO Klennt Rosewood 1'ianoi each l/i r-7im
7B Alelodeoos, 75 U, Iwi
860 Sewiiie Macbinee "Goto l7fi
CUUtiold Watches ... 75 to ».*i
(Jssh Prizes, Silver Ware, &o„ valnel at $l,cuu*iu
A cliance to draw ony of Hie above Prices TOT '2-jc.
Tickele dcscrihiiift I'rizes arn se.ik'd in Knvslopes and
well mised. Oo rccoipt of
a fSoalnl 'I ickttt i» drawn
withonlchoice and Hont by nmil to any litirirhw. Tbe
ri/.e mn.n it will lo deliverel to tho tinlift
oil payment of One Ioll«r. l'rizo are immedi
ately sent, tn address by express or return mii.il.
Yon will know what your Prize is liofcre yon for
it. Any Prize nxcbaoKed for another of sarDo
Our patrons can dep«nH 011 fair doaling.
TVo Bclcctlhe follnwiut! from uianj
who have lately drawn valuable Pr r- arid ktntllv J''
mittel as to poblisb llu in: A
J. !iui ns, (ibicaFEN.
#10,(K|U, Miss Clara S. Walker, Baltimnro, Piano, 5'MKi:
James M.MatthewB, Detroit,l£5.WJe
boantiful nrs of coon OK /log
stump, almost severing the thigh from the
body also that he has used it in bis family
for fifteen years, and it is the best remedy
for Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Froet Bites,
Rheumatism, eto., he ever used.
We want yon to Bend ns the larger propor
tion of tho variety for
Havannab, $S,ui0: Miss AKneK Simmonts, Charleston,
Piano. •«!*. We pablinb no numeswitboot pern.'tsii'in.
OriKiONH or thk
linn is reiiabie. and
doserve their snccpss," Weekly Tribuno Mnj 8 "Wo
know tbem to bo a fc.ir dealiDB firm." N. Y. Hera'
May 24 *A frioud of :rs drew a Ji-&M yrizQ wi-ich
was promptly received."- Daily News, «T«ine 3.
Send for circular, .i'l-. riii indaccmente to Agents.
Hatisfaction Knaratd-e^d. Kvery packapo of Scaled J'n
rrsit irr. Six Tickets tor ff 1:
13 for $2 35 for '6, 11n »r 15. A lo'lrs
addressed to IIA UI'ICU. Wl lON &€<!«
193 itt'oaduuy, S. V.
an mnvonk auow bow to
Bk kind ol hkine^^.o ae
cai i,%0 bhcoj, fi .r.y,
other bide or Fall direcliontf iu
easily understood. Any Joy cad produce furs at JiUJo
cost* from hides and pelts on the farm Uow to mako
rnjes, robew, mittens. Kioves, ilow to color
leather, and make leather pliable. Clear and siropto
direotioas. Price $1, Address
W, U. KNIGHT, Troy, Pa.
SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
Ont to-day. New Hooks. Tlio Secret Habile of the
Female Hext colored plates, 50c The Wedding Niehu
colored plates, 50c
be Private Jookio£ (Jle&s, 6 color
ed plates, 50c The Merry Wives of Jjondon, 75c Mar
riajce Bed, 0 colored plates, 50c Deo Pedro, colored
plates* 60c JJfeasd Melting Moments of an Actrc-ss
we, colored platea 50c Aristotle, illustrated, $1 A
venture* of a French Bedstead, colored piaies ft"
Love Scene Playing Cards, tifty-two in a p.^ck, the
gayest A. No. 1 pictures yon ever saw, $1 cr thrc*
paoka for $2. Any of the above
I hie price, to APPAR & OO., 109 Grand street-. Now
Vork. Send tliree cont stump for fnil hi/.". catalof rj(.-.
EN TH.- Profitable
ploiuicilt in an honorable business nl. brum
or traveling, at which agents are making from £I20U
to V3000 yearly. Five different articles aII near.
an staple ax floor in every family. Kach article yields
A profit of «00 per cent. To show that this is ho hum
bug, we will send
to any address
on roceipt of 25 cents to pay postage. Kctisfaciion
guaranteed cr money refunded. Trp us once, you vviil
not regret it. Address bLATTKRY & CO., JUoucd
City, Pulaski Co., llliuoig.
ie an excellent ar
I tide of gr&nalated
I Virginia wbero-
over introduced it
up in handsome nraslin bags* in which orders for Meer
schaum Pipes are daily packed.
classoil by atl w*
consume it as tbe
"finest of all it »3
made of the choic
est lea.f fyrosra. It is
anti-nervorve in ils
the Nicotine bas been extras tod it leaTes
effect*, as tbe Nicotine bas been extracioa it
no disaffreeabie taste after amoiring it is very
licht in color and weight, hence one ponnd wm last as
aa 3 of ordinary tobacco. In tnis bmnd nk-i
pS* orders everr aay for flnt quality Meerschaum
Yff it and convince its all it claims
•00 MMM AV ATI.
I This brand of Fine
Cat theivinR to
I bacco ti.u nociuat
or snperisr any
where. It is witii
ont donbt tho best
Obgwinc tobkooo in tbe country.
havo cow bsdn it)
genera', use in
United States over
110 years, and etil
S N 6
Mknowledced "the best" wharover
If year storekeeper does not huvo those articles far
Mia, aak him to set theui thoy are sold by respect
Jobbers almost everywhere.
P. LORILLARD. W« Y,
FOY ft KEYS. Aztn.
A MKDIOAL ESSAV ON THK OAUSK AND
OUKK OF PKICMATURK UKCMNK IN SI AN, the
Treatment of Nervons and Phynca!
"There is no member of Society by whom this Booh
wOl not be found useful, whether such person holds the
Times aVd Gazette.
Bent bv i7**il on receipt of fifty Address th
Author. UK. Decents.
street, Washington. D. C.
Gargling Oil is
taking the shine off from all the liniment
of the day. If yon desired them
cheapest and best KnittuiK Machine ever inventtHi.
Will lmit 90.000 stitches pw mmnto. Lai*a
mants to agents. Address Amkbican Kkittinq
cam (Jo., Boston, Masi. ot St Ionia Mo.
that pays. For particulars,
address S. M. Si'BNCKB 4 Co., Brattleboro, Vi.
SALARY Address U. S. Piano Co. K. Y.
Ask jut Doctor or Dramst f»r f*WEE*P
Q1JIMINE—iteqnaia (bitter) «nmiDo. Manotactured
bf Stkabns, FarbACO.,Chemists, Hew York.
PILE AND HUMOR CURE.
only perfect care forPILKS. of all kinds, A
and all dic-
Internal and external
as*. Rntirely veffetabla. Used in tbe Hospitals of the
Old and Mew World. In caseof failure, I nnthorize all
dealers to refnnd the money and charge it back to me.
Ho failures for over ten years. Prepared by II. D.
roWLEi Chemist, Boston, Mass. tBl a bottle, Sold
emmbera. Sand for Oircnlan free.
CAN 8ZS Cimj33.
Tboea having friends afflicted are earnest]? solicited
to sand las* CIRCULAR LKTPER OF BEIfttB
BNOKS and l-KSTIMONIAI.S, whioh will convince
tba moat skeptical of tba OURAUILt'i'Y of the DIS
VAN BURKN LOOKROW, M. D.,
86 Great Jones St., N. T. (Jit?.
THE HEALING POOL,
AHD HOUSE OF MERCY,
Hownrd Aaaoclntlon RcMrtn. FOR VOUNG
IKN. on the ORIMK OK SOMI UDK, and t'a«
RS, A BUSKS and DISEASES whioh destroy
the ivanly powers, and create impediraenla to MAIi
BIAOK, with aura means of relief sent in sealed letter
envelop es. free of charge. Addrcs3 Ur. J. SK1LI.LN
HOUGnTON Howard Association, 1'biiadelphia, Pa.
dayB, so that it could
have used your
Gargling Oil for the Scratches on my horse,
and it onred it with he first application.
35 dKNTS, with wro, heisht
color of eyed and hair, yon will receive by return
a correct picture of your future husband or wife,
with name and data marriage.
Address W. FOX,
P. O. Drawer No. 8, Pultonville New Toik,
FOR $100 PER LINE
We will insert an advertisement in one tliouMnml
Newspapers, one montli. Tho List includes
single l'ap«r» of over 100.000 Circulation
WmfclTi*moie than OO Daily l'apcra, in which
the advertiser obtains £1 insertions to tho month, a'vl
ent towns and cltl n. Complete Vile* can
ke examined nt onr office. Send Stamp for
Circular. Address GKO. P. ROWKLL 4 CO., Ad
vertisinK Agents, New York.
AAA REWARD FX)R ANY CASK
of tho following diseases, which the
Medical Facnlty have prononnced incurable, th.it
DR RIOHAIPS UOLDEN RRMEDIKS
will not core.
DR. RICHAITS GOLDEN BALSAM No. I,
will cure Syphilis in its primary and secondary stage s,
snob as old Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Sore Kji i-,
Skin Eruptions and Soreness of the Scalp, eradicating
diseaae and merennr thoroughly.
DR. RIOHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 3,
will cure the third staces Syphilitic and Mercuric!
Rheumatism, etc., and I defy those who seller from
sucb diseases to obtain a radical
cure without the ind nf
this medicine, which doos not prevent the patients
from eating and drinking ivliat they like.
Frioe of either
DR. COLOEN ANl'tDOTK,
A safe and radical cure Tor Gonorrhea, Gravel, and all
Urinary Derangement*, accompanied with full direc
tions Warranted to cure. Price, $3 per Ixittlo.
DR. RIOHAU'S liOI.UKN KLIXiR D'AMOUK
A radical core for General Debility in old or yonnpr.
Imparting energy to those nbo havo led
and take no
ality. Price, 85 per fcottlo, or two bottles $9.
On receipt of price, by mail or Express, these reme
dies will be shippod to any place. Prompt attention
paid to all correspondents. None gonuinc wit hunt tho
name of DIt. RIOHAU'S GOLD EN REMEDIES.
RICHARDS, sole proprietor, blown in gloss of
bottles. Address, DR. D. B. KIOUARDS,
No. 238 Varick St., New York.
Offlce hours from 9 A. M. to V. SI- CiroUlarB stmt—
Oorrea ndents answered. teby ly
FERD. S. WINSLOW'S
Wo. 3 Clark Street Chicago, 111.
Stelgor Vexlor paa
I A A N E N be ha S 7 A 1 W
KREDJT, ACTJWiOliAGRTi Goteborg, Stockholm
N or pi I S I A N I A A N O
KRED1TKASSE: JSEROENS VR1VATHAMC
KJOUKR OO BJBLOEB ASfEEIKANSK OO ruEMaiEB
and read what the
billettar til billipite Pris. Alio Ordrer udfores prompt.
Drafts on Umtland, Germany, etc., for sale in sums
to suit. ]ly26 3m
Hants plainly marked on each chimney. Send fox
Prioa List. DITUKIOGE A SON.
mylO 8ia PitUhnrxh,
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