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I'aluleea DIrpmiIoi).
"No man," says Sir Astley Cooper, "ought to know
by his sensation* that he hasastomaoh. In othM
words, whoa digestion i* perfect there is neither pain
or nneasint-ns in the region in where it UK69 place.
Nftnmvi, wimt of appetite, flitulency, oppression after
oalin^, shoot mg pnins in the (piffutrium, a flnihiog ot
tlieltacoat hu'hI time". and a furred tongue in th. morn
ing, iiro ainuuit h« direct symptoms of Indig. ition.
t'Dn^tipnlion, liihunsuiHa, Liialnclie, uorvou# irrata
lii'nv. phyiioal \F.' ikn.'8", and low apirits, are tigaluiont
lnvariahit. nvooiTipaniniunts. AU these indications ot
i»Yhi'i i'sia, niiHiiKr immediate tr sooonilnry. are
usually »h/tav itfii by lint woather.
Tho o'osu of summer thurnfore thefoason when tne
victim of t!y*!popaia moat urgently iioihIm:i Ionic mill
rnKiilatiiifr mmtn.ino. Of 0111 so.
every inv.ilul has inany
•ntviMi r*. Ono Irion.1 roo. mnionds one drug, anotlior
another tint ma nmltitmlii of connsollora there is not
always sift*ty. I ll,- I'AM'MMl IlKMKtY OF HIE rRKa
KNT AOK Flll lNIllK:,l'liN. Ill all its Rla*«8. I»
TKT'I'KII'SSTOM Veil uri'l-Kll-i. I'imn,that proven
nil iniiTic', liai esi lliih«i1 itt'rop .tation on an ""Pf«K
mthlo ton Hi ll I.in, till! spntan.i"ii» Uwliiiuny of mii
li.-ni .1 int-lliivn' wit:'i»m" X'
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II.
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0,1
uoi'1
.1, li'n-i ,m slinmi. Iinx' |.nm-i,.lo its tonic coiistiuienta
an. I'm lines' liat KV.m1c.1l rracur.-h has yet il scover
1 I. it iMiirnn.'s in© properties of a gentle oviu uent,, a
lil'xiit (lo.Mirofit and an anil .iliuus medicine, with
invicoraiiiif .in ilino" "l 11m hwlmat order. and is
a.liuitte,l I'l'ti'li. tli" Jin.tHi.» profession to be
Diosirrv i.ro'ot-ut'ti uU diseases that are pro*
dm I or pr«»p--»*ated by Pv-sliti'rous'air or nuwho rsome
water. r* jir h:i«» tver beeu UH' (1 either iu the United
tij-n.s'ir Iropioal America.
In cas»e» ot voiiKUVMti hi resulting from a want of
u1 av tone in tho »n es»tites, the (a ttect of the
HI'ITKKS in perfectly marvelous and without the
dan^i rous N|iiuices of mercury, it restores the disor
dered liv^r to si normal coudition.
CURE YOUR, COTJGH.
ALLEN'S LUNC BALSAM.
ir//.ir rut:
doctor's sat.
Atiios Wt'ft'Hy, M. IV of KosoinakaOo.,Indiana,any.:
'Kor Ihroii yours past have usetl Allun a Balaam
extonsivaly my prartiuc, .nut I am xatiallo thereia
Do hotter mo 'iciuo fo.-1 un liisoasos in uao."
lf:iao U. IM. !., of IjO^an i)o., Ohio, says:—
XV. Muruiit
Alloa's Hubntu not. ouly soils rapidlit but KtVM
tiou ia ovoT o.vau within my Knowledge.
pcrfotft s«ti
co.^idenco 'ni-1 k»3tr.vit that it io»aoM«s
vuhiablo tno-tuvil
'Uv..\
I
:ros\y
nso it in my daily
pra»*tir». :mi«I wr t»r.t»»,:ut* sncco-.H. An an oipwto
ran' a i.t o*. Uan'y lar uhoad of auy pruparation I
evorjet known.°
l»:. KletvhiT. Mwmmri, sava: "1 v^oonimond yottr
Kiilnnin in pr» tuvnt'ci to any othor medicine for Uoujfbe
and it KiveM nai f-f tiou."
AIU'!5»a I.une Uahtam is tbo roroedy tocnreall Lnoc
and Throat diiliciiltu't*. It should be thoroughly teetftd
before uaiuc nny rthcr Halsaiu. It will cun* when all
ofbern full. IHvoctimis accompany oach lottle.
.1. N. II AUUib 4 CO., Sole Fropt's.
b'tilil by ali Ur.iis'MUt^. Uincmnati,
Sold at MilwnukflA by H. Koaworth & Soon, lroone A
Hution, Hii K.Hin^i OrnK'o Hros., Uoftnian, Scbmidl
A t'o ami ail Milwitukt'O
lrr*?»
iats.
THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
rVMIK PAIN K1IJ.KK
Is both an Imornal and Kitornal Reraodf.
ritllK PAIN KIM ^'K
sb.onid hrt
kI
or
th* UrBt roanifaetation of Oold
PAIM KlI.l.KR—
i»ort in'i to u«ep it in Uio bow ready for natk
riMir. A IN kili.IVH
8 N a.i almost certain cure for
OflOTKRA(
i'ljuvKI.
B,
9,
H',
and
bu*J. ithont do'ibf, Ixvn m-uo snoc«a^ful in cnrinKthia
t^rriblo dihtfimo than anv other knmvu remedy, or oven
titi*nio^i fiinui nt uiut skillful hy»i«iana In lndia,
Afrira :«mi wbf«ro Ibis droadfnl dUeano ia over
morn or J«sa tirevalont, the Pain Killer a conaidered
lv 11: tmtivt-', wallas by Kitropaan resideata in
rliii'uti'P, a Hiiro remedy.
rinti' pain kii li:k~
ac Hot do is wrapped with foil directions for
nsrt
rH^lilv PAIN' fvll l«KK ..
Ih xoid hy UruKrfista and Daaltrs la Family
Medicmeo
No.
STMir.IA yiliflLlwifu CUEANTim:
21 •.1lt*EHi£3iVS»
11012KOI'A I Uci: KCIFICS
FROM TIIK.MUST AMPLE
c\|u-rn'iK'iv mi entire fiuctsK Simple—
1': '-i la!\i. lit ami Uelinhle. 'l'liey ui'e ih
ciily .Mrili..n:e* iierlet tly ntlujiteJ to uo|)tilar use,
—mi riiniilo tli it tnis:rtkc4 cuiuiot be made in
ti*ihi.' tiuni s- liariulosd as to bo free from dan
tor, mat t" ulii iLiit ai to be iilunys reliable,
ln ha.'-r raiso! tl.e liii.li: st rmniiieiultitiou from
til. and will ulwujs reiidei- s.iUslactiou.
fiua C'enta.
1, Cures 1'"ovor«. Oonrrr-itIon,Iiin.immatiotis.S5
3.
4.
6,
7,
X% U\ n.i ever, Worm Coiic '25
ry in:--Colic di 'l'i '.liiii of Iiifat!ts25
Iii:i rrlm-a ci tii. ..: or Adults. .88
I» ji (cry 1 i(.i11 lt. l'.iUoii^ Colic
''oici-i-.M'M-l.iist, Vomitiitg
'»ii£Si», I'ul.is, r.imii Uilis S3
Wru riiliria. KjtIm.-lio, l-'aceache. .25
Ileiti!i»'In'!,^ii iI :i.l:iclu'.VerfigoU."
l)j-in ii -.ia. 11
iiii• t:- stoma* It 25
it i'iin.uil IVriids...ir.
ai Itff». tin. pl'ul'ilsc l'lT'lld.H 'm
Ci I..h. tli.r.enlt i::-catuilljj..a5
I If »l. 1C:-V -i :•.•!.» Kl'll |'t iolltV5
t^l. lillulliM'l. Kli.-iiTaatii- naiiiH
-J3
I ILS.f
itn direction*
(."L A,_/L'/ 61"
ii',• (//•()/./,' up hi tilth ami ar
.»•'/(. in In,'i'ir.
E' ckt .* if *•«•, "liiII Fever, Aguc»5fi
|-'i 1.1.ml or birei!ni:f Gt
*|illii:iiiy. aiul ruc or weak KyesSC
nl irrii.:n iite or cliroiiic,li:llai nza5{
I.on Coii^li,violeiiteougb5(i
A s! il Ilia. (i|j .! .- «ef| Uicatliin^
il, A?.tlini i. o|j .!.-«ef| Ureathing Dt
2a, i- Hls.|»ar:. i's,iin|iairedliearii!{,'rj
S:), l"ltlil lil:U'.'t'd Ulds,HWellill^^ri|
21. (aciit't'iilDi !.Hiiy,|iliysiciihvcakDe»sCl
S."i, |l 'n|isy. at.j e' \nly"Secretions 51
£ii, Si -.»irUi)f«!t,'ii kneH^froin ridiogM
27, liWinrj-lstNOj'sc. liravel 5(i
38 Nmiiin UcbilKy Seminal
iiiYoiuulary Dis
111r /. 1 00
S'i, Sin ,U.mi!1i, CanUer BO
Ju. ilt: ry %Ycii! iicmn,wettingbedM
£|, I'.Miiiiil i'l-ruxlM, witli spasm*..511
80, Nnti nt iliuuL'i' ol lifi.' 1 0(1
V, tliili'|isy Spa^m !.st.VUus'l)ancel 00
.Mpi:*iioria, ulceiatedsore tiiroat 64
fl
lil CASKS
"Of 35 tr hiri-e !.»'
moroeet)
or roM'tiiuid cuw1, contaiiiinn
n|riiiiu t.»r every ordinary
dr-i iioe il litMillj" i.' to,
kutl kinikb ol^directions
From $10 to (3|
fraialii I'laisiily nn'iTravelingcaies,
vi'li mi in vi i!« from $5 to $1
ifitM for all C'j'i vate lI»ca»eii,botU
lor tilling tiiid for Preventive
tieatLieiii, in viald ai.il jioeket cases,$2tO$4
I'OND'S EXTRACT,
^iirr* Curiix. RruNr*, l.nmeneM,
Ji.u'f iipiii Sore 'S'li roat.SpraiiiH.TootU*
ti. lio, iirarlie, Keiti'.ti: ia, lClieilllia'
t.sin, l,il!ul):i::«. llilos, IIoIIm, Sliilg*,
Son: lijcN, ISlcetlinir of the l.uii^a,
Piiae, Stoniacii, orvlFiiua Corn*, Ul
i-H. Old Soivs,
1'riee, (i o/,, oOcls.J IMnta. tl.OOl
Uuai-tn, ijil.7...
r'" 'I li' nipdies, e.*cept POND'S EX
TliAC'T, i!:e ca-e or sinj'lo box, are sent to
•ny part ot the cu:iuuy, by mail or express, frcs
of 'cbarye, on Wei'i»t of the pi
.at.
Address Humphreys' Rp!?cifLo
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Ofi'.ce and Depot, So. li I'lic.-iDWAY, New York.
Dr. IltJMi'iinBYs is consulted daily at his oQice.
mTMii:i'l or by letter, us above, for all formam
\HS StifS
FOR SiU,K BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WHOLESALE AGENTS.
'niCAf o, Ii.l.—Iiurnbams He Van Scbaack.
St. Louim, Mo.—Brown,
ST. PAUL,
Weber Grabom.
'f'1n.—Jpiiks Gordon.
PiMPLES.
nrjiaj io MI
or preparing
libit* Bnlm
Idem lMni-
The nndei^icnrd will chporfnlly mail (FREK) to all
V7bowi«»- it t!n» K' cip#' and fnll direction* for
and uhin^' a simple and lien ill I fill ViMWf nF
that will imtiipiliatelp rnitoveTnin Freck
plf«, |}lolclit»« and all eruptions and iinpnritiea of
fnliin, leiivin^ the same xoff clear, smooth and beau
tiful. Ho will also sond (MIKK) instrnctiona for pro
dnc.inp, lv very simplo mpan«, a LUXURIANT OHOWTH
oKHAlUon bald head or unootli face in lesa than
thirty d»y« trom first application. The above can be
obtained bv return mail by addressing TUOS. F.
UH A I'M A N, Oh'.inifil, lll6 liroadway, New York,
p. o. iio*
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AG KNI'IiK KN who suffered for yeara from Norvon
Deliiliiy, Frftnatare Decay,and all the effects
of yontb
fill ir.fri'jiviion, will, for I tierakeof HtitlorlnR humanity
send free to ail wbo nuoil it, tbe roccipt and direction*
tir makiDK 'he aimplo remedy by wbicb !be was oared.
Snfforers winhing toprotlt by tbe advertisers expert
enco, ci.n ito »o l.y aiMremtin^, In porfnet ennfldeooe.
JOHN B. OQUKN,
mli dlv No. 43 fjedar street. New York.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
THI'. Advnrtiser, having been reutorcd to health
few wntiU«, ty a very simple remedy, after having•uffer»
ed Kovoral year- with a buvdro lung affoction, and that
droad (lise.iHn,' :onHunii't:nn—inaaxioas tomakeknown
to bin follow Hnflnrora, tho tnoann of onro.
To a'l who denim it. be will aond a copy of thapn
ecription rjH-'d (Ireoof charge), with the directions for
preparing and nuing the samo, which they will find
HUliP. JtTUR trou 'ONSUMFTION, AHTUMA, BaONCHt
Tin, etc. t'h« object of the advertiaer in sending the
Prescription ih w» t:omdit tho alilicled, and apieadin
format ion which h*» concM.vfm to tie invaluable and ha
toopoa evory Htitt«ror will tryhin reinndy, as it will cost
thorn nothing, and mxy provo a bloasing.
f'arti w^hiuglhe prscription,willploasoaddren
Kkv. rcnWAKIJ A. WlliNON,
VViijUmHtiurK. Kings Oonnty. New York.
in iim
mmjis'ium
DS. WMICTIER.
li,l:itl!..M'. llltADllAi'l-' OK MKDIUINK.
it o«Ioh will Hhow, has been longer
unsifted hi ih«
trwrJmort.
of Venoroal, Semaland
Private l)»i«oad«a 'ban *»»y olhor physician in ou
Syt/hihfl, (Jonorrhia, *doet, JUrictnre. Orchitis
llt rut-i, nod i.'upitir« all l/rinaiy Uiuoaaes and
syiji.i'tric «r Mnrcnna! AlHictioDrf of tbe Throat*
Skin i.r P.oriH** «rn tr? at»»d wjih unpflraleHcd success.
iprTM»at«.rrhoa, Debility and Impotency,
a# the ri'hnfl. f.t* fu ll ubuHe in youth, sexual excesses
10 iiud'ircr
K»r«f
orolher canses,and which proiluce
honifl of tho I'oHowingetTHcts, aft nocturnal emissions,
idotcht-8, di/.ziueHH, dimness of sight, con
tnaionf»t id«:n, ovd torplmdinga, aversion tosocietf
tit" himI ii'i,loori of viioiuory and iiesual power,and ren
dering »ru'.rri':f'b improper, are porinaneDtlir cured.
'I'lu .1 o«-.Nii 'n«.pport.ouities in uoHpital and private
pruciti-o Srfi mibiirpi.'-std in St. l.ouisor any other
ijty. Hat hl^tof St. I.ouih papers provo that hehas
h«ieri located t.b«ro longer I '/year« than any others
fli|vertt*iio«. 'i l.o OHta'ilistifiifint, library, laboratory
and appo.-nimmdsun.! unrivalled in the Weat, nnsnr
aH«cd anywhere. A ro. with experience, can bera*
fiod upofi and tin) doctor can rofer to many physicians
i.oroughout tboconntry. In part ottcceas and pres
ent ponition hnsUnda without a competitor.
The WrltliitfMof Pliynlehin whotie repu
tiitSon 1m I filoii-widf whould ba
uorth reading*
Ooothb WiiittiJ'.u pnbiisbeii A MKDIOAL
fj\ IMIM'iT roUd.iru: to venereal diseases and the
'ti-viHirouM and ?nri id contof|uencefl of self abase,
ttij-.t v/iti to any addresn in a wealed envelope
tor• two niftitipB. vbtny phyBiciuns introdacopatients
10 the ib,. !?-r ivading bin medical pamphlet,
Uomnmnica! r,n ^.-MuW^jdirJ, A friendly Ulk will
coiit you iiotii.f.^. uiUvb central, yet retired—No.
61/ril. (iharb»» t.i. l^/iuiu Mo. Ltuuro^A. M,
to 7 I*. M. Snml.'iyH t,.»|.. dcc4JJily
12X91
Kspecially (1eHif nvd for tho nsoolthe Medioal Pro
leuNlon nud tlio ainily, possessing those intrinsic me*
•liciunl proportion wh.ch bulong to au Old and Pore
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney Coin*
plainin. A deliciousTonio. PuttipincaaeB,containlufc
Ono dozon botilou oftcli. and sold by all drucKists.
cruoern,
ic
A. M. Mininejr 4 (Jo., established 1778,
No. lb street Maw York.
Gorraponftetice.
CllIL'AliiO CORKESPOSUEXCE.
A Trio South—South
PI»m—CnlrO—Po-
ruvla«rSBnl»t"r.-8oldl«r.'Cemetery
—Illinois Central Hallroad Lands
Bualncaa—1. U. Klsk Co.—Ladles
Harlor—Collin* Si Bergle-llcldliig,
Bros. &• Co. Western Monthly
Amusements.
Ciucaiio, Aug. 20, 1SC0.—I havo recontly
tnado a trip to "Egypt," tho fruit region of
Illinois, and spoilt some days among tho en
torprimiiiK iiiuinKi'fititel who havo tniulo tlio
wii-to places ot miohenlom bud, blossom atul
beav fruit like this K^i'h'ii of Kilen. All along
the lino of tho llliuoiH Cuutral Itailroad, for
lSOmiloH north of Cairo, inovo or loss fruit io
jjrnwn-tlie soil and eliniato being well adapt
ed to it—but the lieadiiuartera of fruit-rata
itip: is now at
south rAss (cotinr.N station,)
42 miles north of Cairo and 323 miles south of
t'hieago. It ia a timbered rogiou, tho sur
face diversified with many hills, offer, of
conical form, and on the sides or tops of
tlieso hills aro tho fruit orchards- peaches,
poars, apples, grapea, strawberries, black
berries, raspberries. k- Largo quantities of
tomatoes, sweot potatoes, melons, and poa
nuts,and some cotton, aro grown. A fruit
farm of 40 acres, in good condition, is an in
dependent fortune. ACliicagoan, of tliw lo
pai persuasion, bad recently taid Sl(!,t)00 for
ono-tliirdofa single pear oreliard. I think
it covered eighty acres. This town is noted
for its thrift, the intelligence ot its ncople,
their public spirit, and tho number of noauti
ful residences—moat of them on the Us cm
bowored and surrounded with troes -from
which can be soon Missouri on tho west and
Kentucky on tho east, and tho finest land
scapes. Tho South Pass Horticultural So
ciety own a hall 28x55 foot for its monthly
meetings, anil in which religious services and
a flourishing Sumlav School aro held on the
Sabbath. This town 'lins boon built up eliii llv
bv settlers from tho North. Tlio pioneer, O. II.
Baker, well-known to tho fruit-growers of the
Northwest, went thoro from Ripon, Wis., and
established tho first fruit farm a dozen or fif
teen ycura ago, in an oligiblo location, some
200 rods from tho depot. There is now a
thriving village at tho station, with churches,
stores, mills, shops, a largo fruit-box manu
factory, with saw mill, run by steam, liich
supplies the homo demand anil furnishes
boxes for all points— as far south even as Mo
bile*.—a sweet potato liouso which stores
10,000 bushels, Ac. A* proof of vital growth,
thero wero erected hero, in one year, titty
dwelling houses, a church, plaiiing-mill, saw
mill, a fruit-package factory, a brick school
nse at a cost of 912,000, two wagon-shops,
three blacksmith-shops and live stores. The
climate is alubrions and delightful, the hot
season being tempered by fresh breezos,
though this region is never subject to hurri
canes or tornadoes.
CAIRO,
wlioro I spout two days, has a reputation for
mud whicH it does not desorvo, except in ex
tremely wet weather, but its mosquitoes aro
lively and enterprising. It is a healthy city,
as vital statistics and the testimony of impar
tial witnesses abundantly prove. Tho chief
drawback to its rapid growth is tho monopoly
of the Cairo Land Company, composed main
ly of English capitalists, who own alargepart
of the unoccupied land,, and are unwilling to
sell, excopt at high prices. But tho location
of tho city at the confluence of the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers, and its proximity to almost
inexhaustible resources of iron, coal, lead,
limostone and marblo, and its connection by
rail and river with tho great centres of trade,
predestine it to bocomc a largo manufactur
ing city.
I had the good fortune to visit tho
IRON-CLAD MONITORS
sold to the Peruvian government, the day
before they steamed from Mouud City, where
the Government Navy Yard is located, on the
Ohio, seven miles above Cairo.
TIIE SOLDIERS' CEMETERY.
There, in which 5,110 soldiers and sailors
aro buried, has had little governmental care.
It is enclosed with a white picket fcnco, and
is interspersed with nativo oaks—and a great
many tall weeds—a row of cannons stand up
right as sentinels through the center, and
small white head-boards, numbered from 1
to 5,140, mark the resting placo of the dead.
Still, thero is an air of quietness and security
there, befitting the last resting placo of those
who died that the nation might iive. I am
under obligations to John Leimbcrt, an old4
friend, who keep# the Railroad Hon so at
Cairo, for courtesies in showing mo tho
"lims" in that city and vicinity,
I liavo spoken of Cobdeu, or South Pass, ns
a prominent point in tho froit region ol
Southern Illinois, A better idea, perhaps,
can bo given of tho extent of fruit raising
thero by stating that in tho strawberry sea
son sometimes as many as eight car loads of
strawberries, containing from sixty-flvo to
eighty tons, aro despatched from tint point
in a single day, and that 126,112 boxes of
peachcs wore shipued tlicnco in ono season.
They are sent not only to Chicago, but to
Detroit, Btlffalo, New York and Boston. In
18C7, one-half of all the berries and
ono-third of the pcaclios carried by tho
fruit train between Onarga and Jonesboro—a
stance cf 213 miles—wero shipped from
South Pans. But there are a dozen placcB
that might bo mado to rival South Pass, as all
the region south of Centralia, and tor 100
miles north of it, is admirably adapted for
fruit raising. The railroad freight on peach
es alone, in a single year, from this section,
amounted to $100,000. It is also remarkably
healthy all along this line, and frionds and
acquaintances in Wisconsin and other states,
who havo enfl'ored severely from asthma atul
neuralgia, havo been completely curcd by
removing to southern Illinois.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD LANDS.
The magnificent land grant by tlio General
Government, in 1850, to the Illinois Contral
Railroad Company—extending fifteen miles
each side of the track—unlike many simi
lar grants—has proved a blessing to all
parties. It enabled the company, at an earlv
day, to build 705.73 miles of railroad through
the very heart of tho state—tho main line
from Dunloith to Cairo, 455.51 miles, and'tho
branch from Chicago to tho junction, noar
Centralia, 250.22 miles—thereby promoting
the early settlement of the state, giviug
homes to tens of thousands of families on
easy terms, opening up a market for the pro
ducts of their labor, and adding, at 'east, a
third to the population and wealth of Illinois.
The population in 49 counties on tho lino of
this road increased from 1850 to 1865, from
351,887 to 1,127,087. One million eight hun
dred thousand acres of these railroad lands
have been Bold to actual settlers, and 800,000
acres—of tho best quality—remain unsold
and open to purchasers, at prices ranging
from *7 to $12 per aero. Ono peculiarity of
these lands, which gives them great vaiuo,is
the large amount of nitrogen in the soil— es-
Sred
ecially on the praries—sufficient for a bun
crops of wheat. The prairio extends to
Du Quoin, 288
milos south of Chicago. Thence
it Is mostly timber to Cairo, 77 miles. Tho
Agricultural College, endowed by the gene
ral government, is on the line of this road,
at Champaign, 128 miles south of Cliicngo.
The unsold lands are contiguous to tho Rail
road, and can be bought In tracts of 40 or 80
acres, or more, according to the wants or
means of purchasers, for one-fourth cash
down and the balance in one, two and throe
years, at six per cent, interest, if desired.—
And tlio Company never disturbs a purchaser
who docs his best to fulfil his contracts. It
is an excellent opportunity for those wishing
pleasant, healthy homos, noar to markets
and to the center of civilization.
BUSINESS
is beginning to revive slowly, money has
commenced flowing here from the East,
grain receipts are largo and command good
Eountiful
rices, tho progress of the harvest assures us
crops, anrl confidence in tho futnro
is increasing. Our leading houses here arc
making full preparations for a large fall trade,
and already the sidewalks aro beginning to
be eucumbered with boxes, bales and casks
for the supply of tho great Northwest.
Among the wholesale houses hero that havo
mado the largest preparations for an in
creased trade, is tho firm of
n. o. FISK A CO.,
importers of and wholesale dealers in silks,
ribbons, straw goods and millinery articles,
white goods, hosiery, gloves and fancy goods,
at 53 & 55 Lako street —the oldest wholesale
millinery house in Chicago, having been es
tablished here sixteen years. Tlioy havo just
enlarged their establisment to accommodato
their increasing business, by taking tlio wholo
store, from top to bottom—including five
stories and a basement—fifty feet wi(lo by
ono hundred and sixty-flvo feet deep havo
fitted it up at a cost of $20,000, and are now
prepared to Hhow tho largest and best se
lected ft toe of millinery goods to bo found
under one roof in this country, or the world.
Tlio basement contains fuel, heating ap
paratus, Ac. The,/«* floor, silks, ribbons,
French Howcrs, feathers. Tho
second,
hats,
bonnets, straw goods, fancy goods, ladies'
furnishing hosiery, gloves, wliito goods, dross
and cloak trimmings. The
third
floor is the
pattern bonnet department, where a largo
number of skillful women aro employed in
manufacturing pattern bonnets from import
ed patterns. In the rear is the receiving room
wliero nil goods ate received and examined
before being put on sale. In the
fourth
stoiy
aro (ho entry and packing rooms, and the
.fifth
is used for surplus goodB, duplicates
and storage. The main floor has six front
windows of plate glass fourteen feet high.
Tho offices, occupying scvonty foot, are fin
ished in black walnut, ebony, and plato
glass, with a new and doairnblo adjunct for
so large a house, and a
LADIES' PARLOR,
with wash-room, Ac., and all tho toilet acces
sories. Massive and elegant stairways lead,
by easy steps, from tho main floor to tho up
per stories, and nothing seems wanting to
promote tho convenienco and comfort of
their customers. The wholo storo is tted
up in the most elegant stylo, and it is,ill fact,
tlio largest and most commodious millinery
establishment in the world. Tho house im
ports their silks, ribbons, velvots, laces and
French flowers,and as tlmir sales extend over
all the northwest and to tho Pacific, and reach
a million dollars a year, they can give their
customers the benefit of the richest goods
and latest styles,at the, lowest{prices. Eve
ry dealer in their line, who comes to Chi
cago, will bo suro to visit this millinery pal
aco.
Tho manufactories of Chicago give employ,
meut to tens ol thousands of workmen, and
an assurance of a largo part of its growth
and prosperity. Among those worthy of
mention is the
STOVE MANUFACTORY OF COLLINS ,V RURGIE,
Corner of Jefl'crson and Van Buren streets,
established in 1H51, their business has in
creased so that their works cover half a
Wock- They employ 100 men, and sell $150,.
000 worth a year, l'liey make a great varietv
of cook and parlor stoves, for wood and coal,
hollow ware, light castings, Fochts' Patent
Iron Pulley Blocks for field hav forks, «Vc.
but their
specially
is Me
Volcano lleatvr,
acou
sttv •, which exec all othors for durability.
economy and lieu.ing purposes. It ia used
in tho public schools and on tho railroads.
Th) great silk house'of
EU.LD1NO, Bit OS. & CO., 56 AND 5S W411ASH
AVEsrot,
whoso sales of sewing silk, machine twist,
Ac., treble those of all similar houses in
Chicago, were intending to advertise liberal
ly, but, though they keep two mills running,
their oidors so exceed their supplios that
they don't need any advertising.
FREAKS OF LK1HTNINO.
During a thunder storm last Friday evon
inp, a sti oko of lightning broke up a dancing
party at the German Theatro, in North Wells
street, and a prayor mooting in tho Inde
pendent Church, on Illinois street, shatter
ing tho flag-staff on tho steople into a
hundred piocos. Tho lightning had no re
spect to persons or occupations.
THE WESTERN MONTHLY
for September appears in an enlarged form,
and makes a hotter appearance than any num
ber yet issnod. It litis a fine steel portrait
and a biographical sketch of Vico President
Colfax, and a most attractive table of con
tents. This young but vigorous magazine is
fast winning its way to the hearts of western
readers.
AMUSEMENTS.
Manager Aiken has gone back to Wood's
^luseuni, and tho Victim of Circumstances is
having a great run thero.
Manning A Emerson's minstrels open at
the Dearborn next Monday.
Adams is playing tho Marble Heart at Mc
Vicknr's, which has been thoroughly refitted.
I '.noch Ardeit is in rehearsal for next week.
n.
AS10MSII1NU DISCLOSURES BY A
lMMSOM-lt
A Sexagenarian Confesses to a Score or
Murders, and Commit* Perjury for
Sl.OOO—'The History of Three Hall
road Accidents—John Boweu's Con
fession.
[Correspondence of tho N. Y. Sun.]
Port Jervis, Aug. 17.—In the spring of
1808 several serious accidents occurred on
the lino of the Delaware division of the
Erie lUilway, in one of which—tho Carr's
liock disaster, on the morning of the 15th
of April in that year—more than score of
passengers lost their lives, and fifty or
sixty others wero wounded. In each of
these placcs the track had been maliciously
displaced, but all the efiorts of tho Compa
ny to ferret out tho perpetrators proved
futile, and finally standing reward of
$1,(100 was offered for any evidence which
would lend to their conviction.
A short time before the occurrcnce of
these disasters, the Company discharged
from their employ and caused the arrest of
an English man, John Bowen, G-i years of
age, for forging a pay-roll. Bowen has
beeu in this country for twenty-two years,
and has resided the neighborhood of
Sparrowbush and Rosa's Switch for several
years past.
Alter the Carr's Rock disaster, this Bow
en went to Mr. Douglass, then Division
Superintendent, and accused one James
Knight of tampering with the rails a few
hours before the disaster. The Company
at once put the matter into the hands «f
detectives, but they failed to gather suffi
cient evidence to warrant them in bringing
Knight to trial.
On the 15th of April last a rail was fonnd
torn up near Stairway Brook, and renewed
efforts were made to trace out the guilty
person. After a patient investigation of ail
the facts that they conld gather, the com
pany came to the conclusion that Bowen
himself was the criminal, and they accord
ingly had him arrested and locked up in
Milford (Penn.) jail, when he confessed
that he had tampered with tho rails on the
28th of May.
On Monday, Bowen made a second and
fnll confession, which we print below,
acknowledging himself the perpetrator of
each and every one of the crimeB which led
to such a loss of life and limb. He made
it voluntarily, having been warned that he
need not expect to gain any leniency there
by at the hands of the company.
CONFESSION OF JOHN BOWEN.
I reside itt Orange county. I have read
the Bible and prayed lately, and hope to
get some of my sins pardoned. I may not
live long,and don't like to dio with so much
on my conscience. I wish to lighten it a
little.
About between snmmer and fall, three
years ago, on the Eaie Railway, between
tho Delaware bridge, at Saw Mill Rift, and
Kennedy's Cut, I was going along (I was
not working for the company) one day, and
I kicked a stono from the middle of the
road to tho edge of tho track against the
chair there it lodged. I didn't think it
would do any damage, but it did it started
two or three cars off tho track. Some time
in February, one year ago, there was a
crooked rail at Rosa's switch, near the
chair.
I took apiece of iron and pushed the sail
out of the chair, and raised it up and put a
spike under it at the bended place on a sec
ond quarter tie I shoved it back into the
chair, but it wouldn't go in without some
thing heavy to force it in I left it At that,
and along came a freight traift and broke, it
off, and the train ran off down tbe bank.
About the 15th, a year ago last March,
(April) at 3 o'clock in the morning, I came
down the track, (I left my place early) and
had been at Lackawaxen I went to see about
a silver mine I had burning out there. I
dropped a stone on my foot, which hurt me
so I walked slowly down the track until I
came to Carr's Rock,a freight train passed,
(there, going Wost) I stepped aside till it
passed I saw (on the river Bide) a rail
(crooked) which was working np and down
as the train passed.
I took a piece of the cap off a rail and
tried to fix it as well aa'I could. I shoved
the rail out of the chair and put a block
under it to raise it I put a spike under the
quarter tie, in order to make it come straight
to its place again. I didn't think it was
going to do any damago at all. I travelled
on from half a mile to three-quarters down
tho track, thqn I heard a great noise. I
thought it was the stones slipped down into
the water instead of the stones it was a
train going East, and in two or three days
I heard it was the train instead of stones.
That was Carr's Rock Calamity! I felt
very sorry from that time to this since I
have been here I don't sleep nights. I was
not then in tho employ of the Erie Com
pany before any of the occurrences I had
been employed by the Erie Company and
had been discharged by the Company and
sent to jail by the Company under a charge
of forgery. I knew when I put the spike
undor that rail if a heavy train came upon
that rail afterward it would break that rail,
but if a train had come from the east, it
would have drove it down. I didn't know
from which way the next train was coming.
John Bowen.
An Economical Stockholder.
From tho Portsmouth (N. H.) Times.
We hear a good story about a gay and
festive P. S. & P. stockholder who visited
our city from "away down east," on the re
cent occasion of the annual meeting and a
tine dinner at the Kearsage. He must
havo been one of those conscientious men
who insist on gold dividends. He didn't
dine at the Kearsage because he hadu't got
bis gold divy. So with all the importance
becoming his position, he took a dignified
stroll into one of our oyster saloons.
"Say, mister, what do you ask for an
oyster
"One cent a piece," was the reply.
"I guess as how I'll have ono," said the
stockholder.
The bivalve was duly opened on a plate,
and he was invited to "pitch in."
"H iy, mister, is this all there is for a
cent
"Yob."
"Can't ye afford to give us another? How
d'yo take it
"Well,some swallow it whole and some
cut it np into hash. A good many ways
'You pays your money and you takes you
choice.'"
"It won't hurt a fellow, will it, though?"
"Oh, no!"
So the stockholder went for him, and in
about two minutes the good thing was out
of sight, with four large soda crackers to
keep it company. "Nobody hurt."
"Say, mister, don't care if I have an
other. Do you take any less when a feller
eats two?"
"No."
"Well, I don't mind. I'll have another."
Oyster No. 2. was disposed of, and with
it eight of the aforesaid crackers. Stock
holder shelled out tho two cents and was
about to depart feeling greatly refreshed,
when he was advised to keep his money, as
he might need it to get home with, and he
was welcome to the oysters. He took the
two cents, the most thankful creature ever
seen in these parts, and departed. We
have not heard whether he arrived safely
home, nor whether ho got his gold divi
dends. But he's ono oi 'em.
The New York Sun tells the story of a
deacon who lived in tlie good old days
when everybody on tho easterly side of tho
Hudson drank New England rum. This
deacon was accustomed, for the space of
fifty years, to take his II o'clock and 4
o'clock refresher of that orthodox bever
age. At these precise hours he was wont
to go to the wotl, and with an old oaken
bucket that hung from the antique sweep,
drawn pail of water to cool and mollify his
morning and evening dram. In process of
time, full of years and honors, the deacon
was gathered to his fathers. But this well
sweep stall lived and such was the force of
liabit upon it, coupled with its incapacity
to forget anything it had once learned, that
for long years after the deacon was dead
the well sweep continued to go up and
down so regularly at 11 and 4 o'clock that
all the fools in the neighborhood set their
watches by it.
T1IK FKENCII CAULK.
All Incident of the Voyage—The Coble
Breaks In a Storm—It Is Buoyed and
Picked up.
From tho diary of tho correspondent of
the London News we qnote a part of tho
account of tho parting of the cable on the
1st of July. lie Hays:
The wind hail increased in the night,
uud now it was blowing a gale, and in or
der to keep the stern of tho fillip directly
over the line of the caMo, it was neceH
sary to back her nlinnst at full speed di
rectly against both wind and waves. Thin,
of course, ninde b« kick nnd heave now
and .again tremendously, niul three or four
times nho shipped green seas over her
stern, fairly drenching those on duty
there, and* breaking tho little gallery
around tlie stern wheel, which certainly
is not less than thirty feet abovo the
level of tho water. Orders were given to
be in readiness to buoy the cablo if neces
sary but, as tlio fault was pronounced to
bo close at hand, the process of picking up
was continued—aud most successfully and
uninterruptedly continued -till nbout five
knots had come on board, when a heavier
sea than usual strikiug the ship, she gave a
kick so sudden and severe that tho cable
was unable to bear the extra strain thrown
upon it, and it parted on board some 200
feet beyond tho drnm. All check being
thus suddenly removed from the cable,
the drum began to revolve with great
rapidity, and tho broken end to make
frightfully rapid progress toward the stern
of ihe ship, over which it would have dis
appeared in a very few seconds had not the
stout fellows on duty with the stopers put
forth their utmost strength, and so nmunged
to save the French Atlantic Cable literally
by a few inches. The buoy was in readi
ness, and an incredibly short space of time
tho buoy rope was mado fast to the end of
the cable, and the buoy itself cast adrift.
Two other buoys wore then let go—one by
the Great Eastern and another by the Scan
dinavia- to serve as mark buoys, should
any accident befall the buoy which held the
end ot tho cable and grappling bccoine
necessary.
July 2—By six o'clock this morning "the
tempest had dwindled to a calm," and, all
being prepared, a boat was lowered with a
few experienced "hands" in her, who soon
managed to attach the chain of the buoy to
a stout rope conveyed from tho ship. The
latter was then cast adrift, aud once more
the cable, banished for a time, was hanging
from the Oreat Eastern. Picking up then
commenced, and by half-past seven the end
of the cable had come over the stern of the
ship, and an hour later the electricians pro
nounced the fault to boon board. Splicing
commenced, and by half-past ten, to tho
unspeakable delight of every one, we were
agjvin "paying out" and making our way
westward. This was the first time iu the
history of submarine telegraphy that a ca
ble had been cut, buoyed, aud picked up
again in such deep water during the pro
cess of laying. Although, as an engineer
ing feet, it is not to be named with the fa
mous grappling of 1800, still, as an accom
plished fact, it is scarcely less important.
We had already seen that in calm
weather, with the necessary machine
ry, there was no real diffi
culty in picking up a cable of 2,500 fathom
and now Sir Samuel Canning had shown
us, that, should the weather be unfavorable
for immediate recovery, it was compara
tively easy, in skillful hands, to buoy the
cable in a gale of wind, and then, when tho
storm abated, to pick np the buoy and re
sume operations. The fault has been cut
ont and examined. It differs in no essen
tial matter from the two previously des
cribed. Their mode of occurrence puzzles
everybody, and although many ingenious
theories have been broached, none ot them
will "hold water,"
FATAL ACCIDENT.
Six Persons Drowned*
Sarvia, Ont., Aug. 13.—This placo was
thrown into the wildest cxcitement and
sorrow by the drowning of six persons in a
small boat yesterday morning. It appears
that a fisherman undertook to ferry a
number of persons, eleven in all, across to
Port Huron, on the opposite side of the
river. When about one-third of the dis
tance across, a tug having a vessel in tow,
came along. Thinking he could pass be
tween them under the bow line, which was
along one, the fisherman pulled with all
his might at Ihe oars, but when the boat
got in the wake of the tug it bccame
unmanageable, leaving the unfortunate oc
cupants at the mercy of tho vessel, which
came bearing down on them at a furious
rate. The captain of the vessel made every
effort to avoid a collision with tho boat,
but was unsuccessful. Tho bow passed
without hitting them, but the suction drew
the boat toward the stern of the vessel,
striking her on tho quarter. The boat was
capsized, precipitating the occupants into
tho wnter, where, struggling for some time
for life, six of them sank beneath the sur
face of the rapid rushing river. Four
others clung to the keel of the upturned
boat until they were picked up by other
boats.
Tho other survivor, a mere lad not over
ten yeara of age, struck out with com
mendable courage for tho shore, nearly a
quarter of a mile distant, and he succeeded
in making it in an almost exhausted con
dition. He was kindly cared for by tho
spectators of the dreadful catastrophe.
Among the drowned were three women,
two men and a little girl, all residents of
this place, who were going to Port Huron,
I understand, to attend a pic-nic. The
bodies of the nnfortunate victims have not
been recovered, and in all probability never
will be, as the current of the river at this
point is very rapid.
Shortly after the above sad occurrence a
lady passenger on the propeller Wade fell
overboard, but was rescued, after getting a
bad scare and a thorough wetting.
AN EXTRAORDINARY APPARATION.
A Fire Bird on the JnckstalT of a
Steamboat..
From the Cairo Bulletin, Aug. 11.
We have been placed in possession of the
details of a story which we should treat as
the workings of a disordered imagination,
were it not that clear headed and collected
gentlemen assure ns of their truth. They
ar6 as follows:—
"During the storm that preceeded tho
eclipse, a lire bird, nbout the size of a full
grown eagle, perched itself on tho top of
the jAckstaff on the steamer Gen. Ander
son. Its shape was well and sharply de
fined, and from its outlines there emanated
constant luminous or phosphorescent rays
or jets. When this strange apparation
perched upon the jackstaff, and how it dis
appeared, are not known to a a single in
dividual on the boat. We were at first dis
posed to believe it an optical illusion,
but this idea was dissipated by the
assurance that it maintained its position
during an interval of fifteen or twonty min
utes—a sufficient length of time to allow of
a deliberate view and study of all the de
tails. The entire crew on watch saw it,
the moro supcrstitous portion declaring it
an ill-omen. This portion firmly believing
that tho fiery visitor came to warn them of
the burning of the boat, came ashore at
Cairo in a state of almost pitiable trepida
tion, feeling that they had made a narrow
escape indeed,.
What this ignigenous object was we shall
not attempt to say. It is something new
in the history of inland navigation. Nearly
every astonishing marine "yam" we ever
read was embellished with a description of
luminous balls of light that settled on the
tips of the main-mast but well-defined and
undoubted fire-birds on the jackstaffs of
Mississippi steamers have been preserved
for this age of earthquakes, eclipses, me
teors, and unnatural wonders generally.
Secret of Success.—There is one way to
advertise if you wish to inform the public
of anything yon havo to sell, but bear in
mind it does not pay to advertise an ordi
nary article, one the public cannot soo any
advantage in using, either as regards qual
ity or price, but it does pay to use the ink
vrhen you have an article the superiority of
which can be seen on the first trial, and this
is tho reason Frank Miller & Co.'s Engine
and Thrashing Machine Oils are becoming
so popular, and attaining such au extensive
sale. You never saw a poor article manu
factured by this house yet, and they mean
that this Oil shall get them even a more en
viable reputation than their former produc
tions.
W. G. Benedict,
Sole Agent for the Northwent,
73 West Water St., Milwaukee, Wis.
Tnnouan to Nrw York
of
Persons
Without Change
Cars.—From Monday, Aug. lfith, and eve
ry day thereafter, one of tlio magnificent
drawing-room cars of the 1'iiUniun Palace
lino will leave Chicago at 5:15 p. ni. and go
directly through to New York city via tho
Great Western, Now York Central and Hud
son River Railroads, landing pansengera at
31st Street Station. Tho celebrated Hotel
Cars will continuo to run to Rochester as
usual.
—The ocean steamer Germania, which
was lost on the Gth inst., had on board
9,310 letters mailed nt the Chicago office,
ten bags of papers, and sixty registered
letters.
in want ot rrussos. Supporters, Arlflicial
Limbs, or Surgical Instruments, can lie supplied at
inuker*sprions by addressing I.
N. MOKTUN,
Drug­
gist. next to tinstom Uouse, Milwaukee. tohlft ly
—TwoElmira(N. Y.) lawyers, trying a
case the other day, got into a light with
each other, and while they wero pitching
in their clients put their heads together
and settled their little difficulty.
The lYucli Season.
A correspondent of the Chicago Triluino
writing from St. Joseph, Mich., under date
the 19th, says:
I propose to give you a few facts in re
gard to the fruit cr5p in this district this
season, as compared with the previous year.
Last year tho quantity of fruit sent from
this harbor, or rather this and Benton Har
bor, ns is shown by the Collector's book: is
as follows
Strawberries, raspberries and blackberries
IUISIICIH
-JK,2KV:
IYucbos. ballots or boxes Ciis.lHii)
I'o irs, basliots or boxes 15,WW
In addition to this, about 75,000 baskets
or boxes wero sent East toNiles and other
points on the Michigan Central Railroad.
This season thoro has already been ship
ped to Chicago the following quantities
Strawberries, bunbels 10.V21
ltaspberrieH, biiBliols 0,0(11)
The shipping of peaches lias but just
commenced. The boats on the evening of
the 18th inst. took over 2,083 baskets of
peaches nud 1,210 baskets of blackberries.
The peaches are not ripe. Those now ship
ped aro all poor and for the credit of the
fruit-growers of this region, not a peach
should have been sent away. All that
have been shipped aro cithor hard and
unripe, or are rendered soft and appar
ently ripe by tho worm which is l'ouml
in them. Some of tho pencil-growers aro
honest in this matter, preferring {•. sacri
fice tho profit on a few hundred bush
els of peachcs rather than that the reputa
tions should suffer. I hear that Mr. S. A.
Gillette—who has forty acres of very fino
fruit—buried forty bushels of peaches in
one day, which were injured by the worm,
although most of them were fair upon the
outside. But others, knowing that the
fruit is unfit for market, insist on shipping
as long as anyone will buy.
In about iive days the fruit will com
mence to ripen, and an immense quantity
of line fruits will be sent over.
Tho present prospect is good for 800,000
bushels of peaches, and 300,000 bushels of
of blackberries this season. Plums are
light and poor, and badly stung by the cur
culio.
Land hero has risen to fabulous prices—
ranging from $250 to $700 per acre.
—Tho amount expended on the Govern
ment buildings at Washington, from the
time the seat of Government was located
there, to June 30, 1808, for public works of
every description, iucludiug buildings and
works of art, is §37,390,853.08. Tho
grounds owned by the Government in the
District of Columbia amount to 578 acres.
Chicago gives notice that she stands ready
to issue bonds to the extent of $40,000,000,
to construct Government buildings there,
in case St. Louis, hesitates to come to the
scratch.
Mo. 28.
Nervous Debility with its gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory,
and threatened impotence and imbociiify,
find a sovereign euro in Humphrey's Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the most valuable mild aud potent Cura
tives, thoy strike at onco at tho lout of tlie
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality to tho on tiro man. They have
cured thousands cf cases. Price $j.00 per
packago of six boxes and vial, which is very
important in obstinate and old caues, or $1
per single boy. Sold by all druggists, and
sent by mail on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Specific Homeopathic Medicine
Co., 5ti2 Broadway, New York.
Hyde Park Seminary, beautifully situated
on tho lako shore, two miles south of Chica
go, begins its eleventh year Wi (lnonlav, Sept.
15th. lly the reduced terms, board, furnish
ed room and tuition in English branches are
now furnished for $200 per annum. Address
Mrs. C. V. Waite, Principal, 17 Tribune Build
ing, Chicago.
Louis Napoleon, finding on examination
of the facts in relation to smokers and non
smokers of tobacco in all the public schools,
that tho latter were decidedly superior in
physical health, intellectual'acquirements,
and moral deportment, forbade by law its n*c
in public institutions of education.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is no
Medicine humility
soothing, pleasant Remedy,
Patent
gotten up to'dnpo the igno­
rant and crcdulcus, nor is it represented as
being ''composed of raro and precious sub
stances, brought from tlio four c»rnei of the
earth, carried seven times across tlio Groat
Desert of Saliarra on the backs of fourteen
camols, and brought across tho Atlantic
ocean in two ship ." It is a
simple, ntild,
perfect Specific
for Chronic Nasal Catarrh, "Cold in the
Head," and kindred diseases. Tho proprie
tor, R. V. Pierce, M. D., of Buffalo, N. Y.,
offers a roward of 8500 for a case of Catarrh
ho cannot cure. For Bale by most druggists
everywhere. Sent by maii, postpaid, for six
ty cents. Address tlio proprietor as above.
We would call tho attention of our read
ers to tlio advertisement of tho Cnicago
Window Shade Company. Messrs. Bellamy
& Ilaskins, Proprietors, which appears in
our advertising columns to-day. This is the
only exclusive Shade Houso in th'j North
west. They manufacture their own goods,
therefore aro enabled to oifer everything in
their lino at tho vory lowest possible prices.
Office and salesroom 00, Randolph st. Chicago,
Toe Best and UmaiNAL Tonio of Iron
Phosphorus, and Cahsayu, known as
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir ol Ca
liBaya Bark. Tlio Iron restores color to
tho olood, tho Phosphorus renews waato of
tho norvo tissue, and tho Calisaya gives
a natural healthfulness to tho digestive or
gans, thereby curing dyspepsia in its various
forms, Wakefulness, General Debility and
Depression of Spirits. Manufactured onlv by
CASWELL, HAZARD & CO., successors to
Caswell, Mack A, Co., New York. Sold by all
Druggists.
Hallet, Davis& Co., Piano Forte Makers,
272 Washington street, Boston. Thirty-five
premiums awarded. Every instrument war
ranted for five years. Prico less than and
other first-class mako in tho United States.
Pbivate medical aid.
advertisement.
itead Jr, Wiit.tier's
110 LispenaudSt.,
New York, Oct. 13, 1807.
Dear Sir.—It is with much pleasure that I
say to you that I consider the Plantation
Bitters of untold valuo. In the fall of 1867 I
was taken with Chills and Fever, with the
most severe pains in my chest and head. It
was with great difficulty that 1 could breathe.
My lungs wero gieatly distressed, and there
was severe pain in my right siilo, by spells. I
could hardly get up trom my bed. I called a
doctor, who attended mo all winter without
tho least benefit. About the 1st of August I
commenced using yonr Plantation Bittf.ks
—a wine-glass full three times a day—and
have used it most of the time since, and I am
now well and strong, able to do all my own
work and the care of a large family.
Yours, Ac., Susan Wilson.
Magnolia Water.-Superior to tlie best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
the prico.
"Frfsii as a Maiden's Blush'' is the pure
peachy Complexion which follows the use of
Ilagan's Magnolia Balm. It is tlio True
Secret of Beauty. Fashionable Ladies in
Society understand this.
Tha Magnolia Balm changcs the rustic
Country Girl into a City Belle more rapidly
than any other one thing.
Redness, Sunburn, Tan, Freckles, Blotches
and all effects of tho Summer Sun disappear
where it is used, and a genial, cultivated,
fresh expression is obtained which rivals the
Bloom of Youth. Beauty is possiblo to ail
who will invest 75 cents at any respectable
store, and insist on getting tho Magnolia
Balm.
Use nothing but Lyon's Katharion to Dross
the Hair.
LOCKS AND LATCHES
FULL SIZE OF KEY,
Stor« Door, Closet, Clicst Desk & Drawer
Locks, Rim niut MorlisoLnfolios.
TERWIIXIGER & CO.,
84 IV*l»ngt«ii St., Chicago, III.
HURLBUT & EOSALL
(Successors to J. II. Seed A
Co.,)
32 Lake Street, Chicago,
IMPORTERS ANU JOBBKRS IN
PURE DRUGS,
STANDARD CHEMICALS,
Fanoy Goods, Pure Dye Stuffs,
Window Glass, 01asswarte
Soda Ash, Caustic Soda,
Japoniea. Paints,
.Oils, eto., etc.
Oldest Drug House in tho West.
Established in 1844.
DEAL ONLY IN THE BEST OF GOODS.
Special attention Riven to
MANUFACTURER'S SUPPLIES.
WK AUK AtJKNTS FOR
Morse's Soda Fountains,
rure Drugs!
Low Prices
One Dollar.
WEEKLY WISCONSIN.
On the 15th of September wo shall com
mence the publication of a finely written and
intensely interesting novel in the Weekly
Wisconsin, cnt if led:
PHEMIE KELLER.
A NOVEL.
BY P. G. TBAPfOltD.
The publication of this story will bo contin
ued about sixteen weeks, in tlio nnuiil serial
parts, at tho conclusion of which wo shall
begin tho publication of anew and original
novel of pioneer life, written cxprcs.dy Col
our paper, entitled:
OVER THE PLAINS,
HV MIONONHTTE.
The two stories will run through a period
of eight moni lis, from week to week. Dnring
this period, also, tho Weekly Wisconsin will
1)0 diversified with
LETTERS FROM EUROPE.
Ry the editor-in-chief of tho Wisconsin, who
during (ho whole period will bo traveling
ii broad. Mr. Ch.oikii's correspondence Ins
bc-i-ti nn nt tractive feature of the Wisconsin
for n- ai !y a quarter of a century, and we confi
dently expect his letters from F.urope will be
the crowning work of his versatile pen.
Any person sending us $1.00 will receive, the
Weekly Wisconsin eight months, and nil fhe
numliers containing tho two novels abovo
completo.
Back numbers will be pent to all who re
quest it, up to tlio time of tho completion of
the first story.
Tliua Cor $1.00 wo will send tlio best weekly
paper in tlio Northwest for eight months, to
gether with two novels worth $1.00.
Enclose St.00 and address ail letters care
fully to Cit.vsiut, Aikens .V Cramer,
Milwaukee. Wis.
One Dollar.
MATTER OF DISEASE.
At tliis tirao. when do many aro ailing, it is woll to he
rightly advised as to tbe management of oar health
I'hat from within or without tbero Is generated fn man
occasionally, a humor hostile to his health is admitted.
B&ANSRETB'S FILLS
are its opponent and conqnoror. They mildly but surely
eipel impurities from tbe lionets and from tho lilood.
The question of fact i3 proved by tbe tostimony of mil
lion: of men and women. Kvery ono buffering from
any sick (joss, especially paiui in the limbs, low spirits,
headache, costiveness, colds, influenza, rheumatism,
dizziness, should give tbem a trial. I point with con­
fidence to long duration and their wide spread reputa­
tion as proofs positive of their porfect innocence and
sterling worth.
REMEMBER.
sickness comes from mattors hostile to hoalth. To get
well theso mtint be romovod as quickly as possible, for
every hour they are retained wo may bocorao worse and
Brandroth'a Pills aro sure and addrcs9 themsolves to
the work as soon an swallowod, ofton curing by a single
do38. In affections caused by two full habit of body
and in retention of natural evacuations their is
ofton life-saving. AII aro concerned to know this for
ail aro subject to HUildon sovoro attacks of disease,
where I hia little knowledge may rave life. Secure, then
your hoalth by I aking ont impurities
from tlio blood.
B. bkanurktii.
ISrandroth'a Pills are sold by all druggists, who uni
vcrsally rocommend thrm as safo and beyond belief
curative.
Principal Office, Brandrelh lionise, N. T.
FULTON'S BELL FOUNDRY
Established 1832.
Nor. VI FInmI Avenue nml
711 fet'contl Avenue,
PITTSBURG, PA.
RKf.LSof all sizes for Churches,
Schools, Kactonos. Steamboats,
yKngines Jio. Also (Jbimo Bells,
Irfrall of pure liell-metal made to
order!
/jJOur
vi". rot.:iry
—hhippiiignnri warranted
^toiiKiS^^/iiiOur Bolls are mounted with patent
•. ,-: rot:iry yoket boroaglily tested bo:oro
A. |i UI.'I'l IW'S SI »N & (JO.. Hittuhnrgli. P&.
FERD. S. WINSLOW'S
Skandinaviske Bank,
Ko.
ti
Clark Street, Chicago, III.
Stelgor Voxler pua
PRIVA TH A N EN Kjnbenhann SKA XD.
KREl)IT, A CTIEHOLA (1 K'l'iQote.borg, Stockholm
og Norrkoping: CHRISTIANIA BANK OQ
KEEDITKASSE BERGENS PRIVATBANK
to. V.
KJOBEK OO SXLOEK AUEBIKAN8X OO FHFMMKD
Guld OQ SOLV.
Gkneral Aoent for AI,LAN I.INIKN. Passago
hillettortilbilligste Pris. AlleOrdror ndtorcsprompt.
Irafis on Kngland, Germany, oto., (or salo in soma
to suit,. jly2B !!ir.
DOLLAR
CHICAGO
Our eooda ure all new and received direct from the
Manufacturers, consisting of nearly every article desir
ed for fam ly uro, each ns Dry and Fancy tioods, Boots
and Shoes,
Jewelry.l'latod Ware* Ac., do. All articles
sold for
ONE DOLLAR EACH,
and not to be paid for until you know what you are to
roceivo. fKICSKNI'S FROM S3 TO $100 MKNI'
FRKF. TO A*KNT8. bend your address to us for
our nkw Circulars and save your exrre.'S.»go. Agents
wanted in every town Address FA It It CO., 15S
Dtuirboi'ii Sr. bicaeo. III
JOHN H. KEYSER & CO.
FURNACES, RANGES & STOVES,
Now York City*
15 South Fifth street.
l-t. bouis, Mo.
tW Nonri for Uircular.
COOK & McLAIN,
CHICAGO STEAM DYE WORKS,
tU9 South Glark street and 83 Dearborn street,
Ladi«B' Department, 100 South Olark Street. Gonts1
Goats, Veets and Pants, Dyed or Oleanod with neat
ness and despatch. Ladies' Silk, Sat and Woo)«n
Dresses and Sbawls Dyed or Gleaned in a superior
manuor. All kinds of Merchant's Piece Ooo.ls liyod.
ONE
(JOOn AOENT WAKTEIf In overy
c.iunly in the United States, to sell OKAY'S
UNION CHARTS, tor Cutting Clothing. Partic
ul&ra Rent I roe. Single charts or full sets will be
eont by mail, post p.-iid, on receipt of prico and selec
tion, viz: Kress Chart, all sizes, itl.Utl Boy's Sack
Goat, S1.C0 Men's Sack Coat, $1.50 Veht Chart, all
fizas. five styles, $1.1)0 Pants. $1.50, or full set, (iive
chart $5.00. Those wishing to act as Agents, send
tor a circular giving tern a. Address UNION OH ART
CO., Orangeeillo, Ohio.
THE
Weed Family Favorite
As now perfected,
is the
to the lungs
I Qu ick hates
Call and get otir Prices before purchasing elsowlioro.
Ordera by mail will be priced as low a* it bought in
person.
BKSTand MOS RKMABLK
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
For all kinds of family work now in U9e. It will do a
LAHOKU HAKGK of work, sewing from tbe LlotlTl rt
goods to tbe hkavifrt hkavkr cfoth or lkatiieh. with
out change of Noodlos, Thread or Tension. It is
biraple
&nd not liahtatoget out of order, it has a straight
needle and makes the I*ock Stitch.
Responsible *go»ts wanted in every county. A lib
eral ciisconnt to tlie trade. Send tor price list and
terms to («KO. C. THOMAS A (JO., Lake ftreot,
Phicago, Agontaforthe northwest. jjySHflm
BANCS BROTHERS,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
BARSTOW COOKING RANGE,
Barstow's New Cooking Stove and Stewart's Parlor
Stove. Hot Air l' urnaces, Tuilor and laundry Stove*,
Tuttlo's Registers and Ventilators, Ac., No. luli Stale
street, Chicago, III. Si nil for circular.
TRADE
MAKK
This iN'FAt,LADLE IiF.MEDY dOOH llOt, liliO tllO ]Kli
sonous irritating smuTs aud strong caustic solutions
with which the people havo long been hmnbuf cd,
simply pallintn for a short time, or
drive the
disease
ns there is danger of doing iu tlio uso
of such nostrums, but if
produces
perfect anp peu
MAKF.NT CUIIE OP THE WORST CASES OF CHRONIC
CATAitnn, ns thour itula can testify. "Coin in
the Head" is cured with a few applications.
Catiiawial Headache is relieved and cured as if by
rnntfic. It removes offensive Breath, Loss or Im
pairment of tlio sense of taste, Binell or hearing.
Watering or Weak Eyes, an:l Impaired Memory,
when caused liy tho violence of Catarrh, as thoy all
frequently are. I oiler in (,'ood faith a standing ro
ward oi fVjOU lor a case oi Catarrh that I cannot
cure.
FOB SALE nv MOST nM'GOISTS F.VF.HYWHKRE
Price Ouly
fiO
Cents.
Ask your Drnfwist ior tlio Hemkpy but ff he has
not yet trot it on sale, don't bo put off by accepting
any miserable worse than wortlilesH substitute, but
oncloso sixty cents to mo, and tho Remedy will bo
sent you post paid. Four packages $2.00, or ono
dozen for #5,00. Send a two cent stamp for Dr.
Sawo's pamphlet on Catarrh. Addrcfls tlio pronrictor
lt. V. 1'IEUCE, M. D.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
CHICAGO WINDOW SHADE CO.
BELLAMY & HASKINS,
Manufacturers and jobbers in Window Shades, Table
and Floor Oil Cloths, Hollands, Cords, Tassels. Fix
tatop, Ac. Also manufacturers of Oottaffo and Ruulio
Sb'ides, ft) Randolph ntroof. Chicago.
IM)KMATK, us well as ohscono wonts nwl
Morion I litter, Rear my colli, poison those who hoar
I limn, (particularly thoyouufO and bring the blood of
their souls on my own.
ftljicnruj 2)ii5tuf05 Dimtonj.
Tl-t'.tl .mi,,,,„
n:33 11,
"J t"'. I'.-'m, blV.i
,r r! ..
CAKPETIKCS.
N ICKJiltUO Tli J.-ilifi street, Carpeting*,
O, oil Cloths an.I M.u!li,:"i, Wholesale and Retail,
Order* prot:)ptly Si Mil.
I.*.-«t-'f.OODSf.
L"i ti
!S, i. IO.) fi.'.aii O Lain: bi., wiiol'y
..,iio dealer.-. l:i Straw (iuods, MiJlim.ry, While
(iooitp., HoxU v, Glovoli un! Fancy Goods, bS arid 60
Luke ntr, t, l,ie.V o.
PArT:?3r L.Uii 57AQS.
If A-L'TJLIM, OUTJjWH
Ij
ti
CO-J OEAIOR* In
paper, Piiiiiei.,' Alc. Cash paid for
fi.U!H. 42 and 4J Sl.iio in-ef, Chicago.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
MLitnilt'I' il IJUUAUD & CO., Manftai
VJ tun eil, steel ft iri.n wiro ropo, lar.pileh ft oakum,
tiU-!:le liliek',anchors .k chains, 207 8. Wafer st. Ohl.
I WINES AND CORDAGE.
UJ .ilfiltT 1IUBBAHD ft CO..cotion & flax
V* twine.-. K!I kinrls, wool h«.1cs liurlapn, nets &
seines, uts, cover* ,Vr ila»s.'2ii7 8. Water st, Chicago.
lUilumuhf Uusincss Ducctorij
'J'h- '/..i' i:V aremuwuj t},' i,rtmiin' tt tmti
llfSl litiu.v'S in their sev. rat il 'iiartmevJs:
ARCHITECTS.
Eand
TO WW BEN II ?VUX. I'lUM for Cli!l rcli
School Archill-ci uiv.. ilMTAiir.i .iii.D since
ISKii.
BOOTSAKtTsHOEsT
Atkins,
BLAIR
btf/klk a urr is, Esriui
sivo W'liolewiU' Iie.ilcr in li-ioU, a:i .Shoos, 334
East Water Street, Milwaukee.
COFFEE. SPSCES, &.C.
WSpices,
ft t. i'ljINT, Teas, (iround Co/foes,
Mustard, Cream Tni (ar,lilac!tlni', &e
Star JlillD, 131) We~I V/r.ter Street. Mil\v.mlr«.
CROCKERY.
& J*EJlSOI\IS, Croelterv Cutlery
Looking-filasses, lj, ,ps, and Curtain Tapers
350 East Water street.
DRUGGISTS.""
J•
II. TESCH
Sr.
CO., Wholwnls aid Ret ill.
Maiiu!.ictun:i :iiid Anaiyticalt'lieiuisU. Keep
I'liotoarnphic Stock, 15 ftprinj street.
ENGRAVERS.
CII.CI.AHKK,
ADomestic,
Flour lirands, Reals, Stencil
•liies and Tools, Key Chock Dies, Gold Pons re
pointed. Send for circular to Box 1008. Milwaukee.
FRUITS & NUTS.
U. LAN CHARD
ft CO.,
flineral Doal-
and Commission Merchants in Foreign
and Green and Dried Fruits, Can Goods,
Nuts, Arc-, 309 K'-ist Water Street, Milv/aukOG.
FURNITURE.
Ythew
ANKEE PUBNITUBE SI-OBI!, Mat
Bros., Manufacturers and Dealers in Fur
niture and Upholstered Goods, 418 East Water st
GROCERIES.
EDIT ARB & W
OOD, flue (•. cerios, Wines,
M.J lanuors, Cigars and Canned Fruits. Agents
for Powell's Ale and Royal Baking Powdor. 406
Milwaukee street.
flUTCHEB, EALL & TlOODRICH^
Wholesale Grocers, 2UU & 205 East Water street,
Milwaukee.
rjOODRICH & TERRY, Wholesale Grocers,
VX 314 & 310 East Water Street, Milwaukee.
HARDWARE.
R•
HANKY, Importer and Wholesale Dealer
in Shell' IlardWiU-o, Iron, Steel, Nails, &c., 435
East Water Street, Mihvatikeo.
jlEWELRX-
AB.VAN
COTT, Dealor in first-class Jewel-
ry. Diamonds, Watchcs, &c., Wisconsin street,
near East Water.
CH.PBEUSSEB&BBO.,
I*•W.PIEBCE
Wholesale aud
Retail Dealers in Watches, Clocks, Materials,
kc Established in 1844. 438 East Water street.
LUMBER.
& CO., Wholesale ana Retail
Dealers in Lumber, Lath, Kliiuglcs, Pickets,
Timber, Cedar Posts, &c. Otlice, 147 West Water
street, cor. Sycauioro, llilv aukeo.
MARBLE WORKS.
ivf MERRILL
& CO.,
HS.BBOWN.
NOONAN
312 Spring st.. whole-
1^1 sale Dealer and Manufacturer of all kinds of
Mai-lilo Work, Granite ltuolin Slate, ic.
NOTIONS.
S. MANVILLE, Notions and White Goods,
iisti Main street, Milwaukee.
PHOTOCRAPHERS.
Bost light in the city, and best
photographs. Largest assortment of frames and
photographic ^oods in Wisconsin. 89 Wisconsin St.
STATIONERY.
& McNAB, Dealers in all kinds
of Papers, Cards, Card Board*, Straw Boards,
Rags and Paper Stock. 10fi Wisconsin street.
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
Ji\ ADAMS & CO., Manufacturers and
Jl
Wholesale Di alers in Tobacco, HuutT »t Cigars,
1, -t 5 Clybonrn Street Milwankc-o.
25
OLDONLY
JOHN
NAZRO
^lMFDKTEK&Of.ALCfnUHAItDW
MILWAUKEE
NAZRO'S
Is tvpi rinr
In
STORE
9f
ESKTOLISH
WHITE LEAD
any other for durability, brilliancy,
unrivalled whitejiess, body or cowering capacity.
It is a chemical compound so perfecily arranged
that no atmospheric influences can damago or
change it.
In all oilier Paints iu nsn two to three years of
exposure, tlio oxygen in tho atmosphero will draw
all tlie oil from the lead and leave nothing hut a dry
powder which is washed off by rain, or it raises up
in blisters and scales off.
Nazro'i "English*' White f.ead is not
subject to these damaging influences. It is a cliomi
cal compound in which tho abovo destructive pro
perties aro so neutralized that tho
permanent.
turn yellow
178 Stat* street,
Chicago, IU.
oil is left pure and
Nazro's "EiiglisU" While Ticail
will no
by being in a darkened room, nor will it
turn dark by exposure to noxious passes, amonla,
kc.
Nazro's "Kngllsli" While Lesil has
nothing fo rival its natural whiteness and it has tho
beautiful and peculiar lustro ol CHINA GLOSS. A
house painted with it will look better in ton years
than if painted with any other in two or tlireo years.
vis it is warranted to he as represented, you run no
risk in purchasing it.
Use no Other if You Want the Best.
"British" White Lead.
Some parties desire a cheaper Paint than onr
•ENOLISH," and to supply this want wo liavo the
•BRITISH," which is a supei-ior articlo for tho price.
Ready-Made Colors.
Wo aro Agents for
MASUI3Y & WHITON'S
CELEBRATED COLORS,
(j round in Oil antlMixtd Ready for Use.
Ii you want to paint your house or barns and it is
not convenient to employ a practical painter yon
can get yonr choice among forty shades of the finest
colors and best quality. As there aro imitations of
theso Paints bo sure that yon buy this brand.
Fanners, Mill Owners, anil ali thoso wishing
White Lead or Colors, please applv to yonr mer
chants and require tlieso
and take no other.
can at any time get a supply from
Tlicy
JOHN NAZRO & CO.
SVHLWAUKEg. WIS.
SAGINAW SALT AGENCY.
J. B. SHAW,
Dealer in Kme, Coarse, D.tirv and Table Salt, I.find
I'laster, Cement, Watorlimo, New York and Michigan
Stucco.
No. £4 Wi'HCWatcr St., iWiUvnulccc*.
^/"Ordors tillml ni KownRt Market. Hatea.
STARCH
1
Exi'OL'KAf. no mi: MANUFACTURE
The only Starch Factory working in Towa, Minnesota,
Michigan and Wisconsin, in (h of tho
NORTHWESTS TARCH CO.
Conscious of the favor In which our Starch is hold,
we have rocontly incmasod our facilities, and aro now
uiaimtuct uriuK i'UK
SILVER GLOSS
AND
COM STARCH
OV
SUPKUIOK QUALITY.
1'or sale by the Trado centrally, nml at tho factory
Northwestern Starch Co.,
and 93 Chicago St., Milwaukee
N. K.—Should our ffnodfl fail (o privo satisfaction thoy
may beret tirnod aud money rofunded.
jo'21 u4JIKin N. W. S. CO.
KK VOrs AND KlflCU
1^1 matic Ruirercrs from early
indiscretion* should not fail to
Conduit, cmlidcnlially. Dr.
AIq*
N tmnr.i, at and iNiManouSt.,
Milwaukee. Ho has romedien
(\v»ih the aid of elootricity) that
Mvilj[.'•topthose nightly eiumsion9
build up the nervous system, re
store the sexual io\vora to thoir
full vitfor, and tbe mind to its
ordinary cheerfulness and
Htrcncth. Tho Hoc tor's skill (in
Venereal diseases, cannot bn ox
colled in tho healing art. Special
attention paid (o disease* of Women feb* ly
MERCHANT'S
Gargling Oil,
is THE
BEST LINIMENT
IN THE WORLD
FOR MAN AND BEAST
36 Tears in Use.
Is good for lthciiwatiRm, Chilblains, Corns,
Whitlows, C.iked Breasts, Sore Nipplffi,
Cramps, Boils, Hito.s of AnimnlB, WeakuenB
of tlio Jointri, Contraction of tho Mufick-s,
Burns find Scalds, Frost Bites, Painful
Nervous AH'cotioiiH, Chapped Ilands, Lame
Back, Pain in tlie Side, Swellings, Tumors,
Tooth Ache, Old Soros, Hemorrhoids or
Piles, Flcsli Wonnds, Galls of all kinds
Sprains, Braises, Cracked Heels, Ring
Bone, Poll Evil, Windgalls,Callous, Spavin,
Sweeney Fistula,Sitfast, External Poisons,
Scratches or Grease, Spring Halt, Sand
Cracks,
Feet, Mange, Horn Distemper, Garget in
Cows, Cracked Teats, Foot Rot in Sheep,
and many other diseases incident to Man
and Boast.
R. D. Tay&ob, of Concord, Ky.,
From DN. T. W. Elms, Troupville, Ga.,
Jan. 6, 1859.—If I could recoive both boxes
of the Gargling Oil it would not be too
much, as I think I conld soon find sale for
it all, the inquiry being frequent since it is
supposed that I have it for sale.
From Db. Wm. S. McCai.Ij, Chamois,
Mo„ Nov. C, 1858.—Your Gargling Oil is
taking the shine elf from all the liniment
of tho day. If
you desired them I could
procure dozens of certificates from the best
citizens of the country.
Messrs. McLain ft Bbos., Wholesale
Druggists, Wheeling, Va., say, under date
of
July 24,1866, that they can safely recom
mend the Gargling Oil for more diseases
than it is recommended for.
From J. K. Fisheb, Uniontown, Pa.,
June 31, 1867.—Your 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 much sought for.
Extract from a letter from Hon. Nathak
Ltndbet, County Judge of Shelby Co.,
Iowa, dated Harlan, April 13, 1867.- -It is
decidedly preferred to any other liniment
sold in this section.
Extract of a letter from Samuel S. Hupp,
dated Fallsburg, Ohio, July 17, 1866.—In
June last Henry Saffle had a yearling colt
that had what
was
From A. G. Nnx, Lewisville, Coschocton
Co., Ohio, March,
1852. I have used your
Gargling Oil for the Scratches on my horse,
and it cured it with he first application.
From Enos Mather, Middleport, N. Y.
July 23, 1850.—I purchased a bottle of yon
Gargling Oil of your Agent, A. S. Baker, at
Middleport., and as yet have used but hall
it. I think it has given me moro reliof in
N
case of severe Rheumatism of long stand
ing, than anything I have ever used befere.
Extract of a letter from J. O. Pbatt, dat
ed Quincy, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., August
12, 1854.—I have been acquainted with
your medicine (Gargling Oil) for tho last
fourteen years. It has proved a sure enre
for Foot Kot in Sheep for which I sold the
last bottle and have calls almost daily for
more. Please forward as Boon as con
venient.
Always inquire for MERCHANT'S CELE
BRATED GARGLING OIL, and take no
other.
Retail Price $1.00. 50 Cts„ and 25 Cts
Shako well before using, and rub on
thoroughly before the fire or some warm
substance.
The Gargling
Oil
and other countries.
Our testimonials date from 1833 to 18C8,
and aro unsoUciled, Use the Gargling Oil
and tell your neighbors what good it has
done.
Wo deal fair and liberal with all and defy
contradiction.
Manufactured at L0CKP0RT, N. Y., bv
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL CO.
JOHN HODGE, Secretary.
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AGENTS WAN'i'Li! ito
Secrete ©f the
CIFFFTAT CITY
A Work dfcssrir-tivo of t.'e Vllt-'iT:*
VICES, the vsTKIUES
and CRIMES of New Voilt CUy.
ft contains ,'S5 fine onrravin^ and is tho Spicie-4,
moftt Thrilling, Instructive, and Cheapest wofkp',
liohed.
ONLY
GI
Lameness, Strains, Foundering
says
T1HK
$2.75 PER COPY.
Agents aro meeting wiih unprecedented mcc««*.
Ono in South liend, I rid r?p
orlsf'f* F.ofrcrib«n- in
day.
Ono
in l«uzcrno I'a
41
H-.ginaw, Mi-h., in
others from Km to p*r
Free for
on the
BYcolor
FOR
supposed to be Dipthe-
ria for more than ten days, so that it conld
not eat, and the throat swollen almost shut,
and by the use of three or four applications
of tho dollar bottles did the desired effect
in a day. O ,u
txo r!nv:,
-.n I
r'rr-M
r*,",,y
vrt-U.
Ki-nd fr..-
c.-t*
.il-ro
and soo our teiins, ami a !.m d«'c ,! on .t •*.?.* j.jr.
Address tJONJ KKO I ,v
Cincinnati, O., Chicago, in., .* K» ov.ip, Mr.
Published in both nirlin! and Cr«rmnn
•AGENTS WANTED FOR THv:
Secret
History
OF THE CONFEDERACY.
BY EDWARD A. POLS-A t.
The ABTOrNDiro HFVFT.ATIA?.*? ar .i •. I.TT.—O
nwf.osniMl marts iri tliU *r.rk MO cron- I •. ...
intnn'o ilOKtrQ
to
rM-rrn i'.. Vlv 'ki oifi r.n
II.'Tdlfil.'KH, A'C., of ftavifi nnit 'I'iiftr t' ,l.fv'.r.'.tn
urn,
with tlio niDDr.N iiy.iTHiif:s fro-n "R-h.r,rt ii.t
Scenes in KichfDoii.l," aro I h-irf.-i?.'! !y vF.NT.T.vrri•
Siml for circular!! and bro onr terms, .-.ni. afu:l 1S.1
ecription of thn work A lilrf'Si
NATIONAL PUIU.TSHINR CO.. Chircir.-., Ill
THE GREAT AMERICAN WmtiW.ML
Tvmili*»fivr Vi*nr* Kxpr'rii'tirc flu
»a«CS of
LIOI'M'H IIFV!
rt?TIT-.
Letters asking advice answered hy rot urn Tmil Ke
ci|H-s tor componndi: tbe •,
Ax*. An infallible recipe for tho cure o' b'-nv n':-.,
on*'all int«-in »l j:wih I v.- I,
_Itinm y'h Sjil'ritff, fr.r ib'* «*!»rr i'.*» r.r Oi.n
•i«l wilt cure ari oidmary cr«o V»ic *1 S nt
mail Address }KIXM'.V V\ »s
IfaHtord ''o
A Nit yonr lb
Tijc i.t: ji*o J..
Comp'i- xiori,
Creave, Ac., Ui. •, r. -.
GIVEN AV/AY GIVE?I AV/AY
-r Ur for
I if i.*,
iul
ri
ruf
The fcxc4'l*iov PnWwiiMs aik« rv Tut
or country bonus. r,-\ t..
rverv one wa^tr:. in.'ii»
or
foma'*1. Mam*-'? or
handsome Oroido po!d pr*»vt!i !.-• nt
purchaser with the parka#*1. The prr-M nt i- v?i
more than th' pric« nf-ked f« th.- /,!!
free to any addrc» for fmcont".
API'A A CO Ciaiid St.. N. V.
I.JMPIjOYIMENT
that papa.
1-V.r
rarticnU/**4?
addresA »S, M. .SirjfPKn Co., T?r.-.tiv«-~ro,
«K!f.RUS*El,I/SKC|!fOT..Ni'\v
•JARTIKS in the United Sta'ea
the
Gargling Oil cured a horse of his, injured
while plowing by attempting to step over a
stump, almost severing the thigh from tho
body also that he has used it in his family
for fifteen years, and it is the best remedy
for Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Frost Bites,
Strains, Rheumatism, eto., be ever used.
From Crumpft Bros.,Cochrane Landing,
Ohio, Nov. 20, 1856.—We are pleased with
your medicine. It has been tho means ol
curing a great number of different diseases
upon persons
as well as
upon horses.
We
think it cures all you recommend it to do.
WO want you to send us the larger propor
tion of the variety for "Family Uso," in
small bottles.
From Db. J. P. Tkbreix, Warren, Ind.
March 3, 185C.—I am engaged in the prac
tice of medicine, and find yonr Gargling
Oil an extremely efficient remedy in all
cases
where an external application is in
dicated.
From Dr. O. B. Neak, Burris, Iowa,
Dec. 20, 1856.—I have practiced medicine
in this county seven years and cheerfully
recommend your Gargling Oil
liniment in use.
as
Hnvrn.
Coilll.—FALL SI-.SSI'iN begins Seit. I'i'.h.—
Cat&'ogaes sent on application.
AsrfviisWariMMl
I to cli-tribnl? thfb.f.!
tielonut. S:uart mm can clear $12(«M a tear, or a
salary pa^d if desired Send 10c fnr anu iren
jars. hARKTJLr _A fo f,HLir rty sj
S.
HEffiS WAMTSB I
v.*
r..-upy^1t.'it«It--v
M. ancestors have Iff f!.tmpr%:T'j i.
land. Scotland or \V:dcs, can obta.n imriois:»n» ir '*-r
mation by addrerwiix ih»: 'jn jer*»i i.wh N r.d inr.r.se
you wish searched for auu &1 to* Mjar-.h fee. I have
list of over 2IUKK) names tn^hir th«? nr-xt
r*
Mn ar^
wanted from the Loudon Hester, /.ddr••*.}
RKV. J. P. HILLKIAIVMII.dA'cp rt, d
Agents Wanted for Br. March's
NIGHT SCENES
BN
E E
Iiof6-tinted
Papor, elool ensrravlnv^, of nzriva'-er?
beauty and grandeor. Oneac n? sold Cin nreo t*c e-fcn.
For circular, description, rerov xi*fnvj:*Uoni,
terras to aKonts.aadrosfcZKKiLKfvjiMcuUilo'Y dr'Ut
Philadelphia, Pa Cincinnati, O. Cktcam, r.r Sr.
Louis, Bio,
030009 HA KA RY Addresa U. Pi.-.no Co. N. V.
tri uU Mri-el'rtf.? .r
iiclo trr.'tniiu- '-i
LORILLARiTS
Vircimn «r t
OTer iotrodnend it
*n rnivcrsnlly hn
mired. i^ put
"EUREKA"
Smoking1 Vcbacco
op in handfloroe mnslin bag", in which orders for Meer
schaum Pipes are daily packed.
fcORlLt.AE.n 5
cSrt'.Mid l.y r,ii
commno it p.s thfi
in is
Yacht Club
Smolrinsr
olfocte« as the Nicotine has been oiir.-u w-r. it U'Wi-n
oo disagreeable taste alter wuolrins. t- w.nryrj-r
light in color and weight, hence ono po»mj will a?
as 8 of ordinary tohaico. fn th^ brnnd *vr
pacL orders overy for li^t qrViry f»W.--vlc.n-ii
Pipes. Try it and
to oe,
"thj: ftkeot of
convince yourselves if? all .Jt-urti*
LORILLAK2S
Th:*- 1-rn.ndr-'
iJut :be^ii:^ i»v
CENTURY
the best
ICii?fnperi*Tnooqnnl•anv*i«toof*hasdoobthaccoorT"|-,nrr,.I
Chewing [email protected].
obowing tobacco
wit!
in the eonntr?.
tiov hr
•r".! in t!
itrtruT".! n*'? in t!-o
United Stales ovnr
lloy«ara, and
LORILLARB'S
S N PS
acknowledged "tho ber-t" wherever U3e»i,
If
your (storekeeper does not have those aH
sale, ask him to the:o they r.n*iotd by rsspnf.taMo
iobbera almost overywhorn.
ft.
P. LORIL.LAF?D.
Y.
FOY & KEYS. Aete. CHICAGO. Iljy
FOWLt'S
RLE AND HmB
S
only perfectenre for PI J.KK, of all kinds Also
LF.FROJ5Y, NOltOFM.A, SAZ.T1SUJ.UM, nd
eases of the 8kin and Ulodd. Internal amienerii
Ofre. Ilntiroly vegetable. IJp.ed in the no
Old and Nfcw Wotift. Id raseot failure, I aoihi-.r'zo
dealers to refund tne money und charge it b?*ok m.».
No failuroH tor ovoi 'on years. Prepared by i».
FOWLK, CbmniKt, lioston, Mass. i-'la boiOe, Sold
everywhere. Sond r.»r Circulars free.
a 3 Gent Stamp,
A PAMPIi.l.KT containinc valuable ini'-nnMimi on
/l. Urn subject of Adv(vt»Rii)fr A l.ist»«i nr
Thousand Ne«»p »eit!, rjiKjirsr A i\*e.i.*i i-ir.fi :k
D1UM8,) and price cards Fbnwing
5l^Vj
Address CEO. P. RoWkix
Tt,s
rni-
A
Co., .Now
\'-r\,.
EP1LEP
CAM BE Ot
Those having friends afflicted aro earne^iiy RnUctt-d
to send for a CIRCULAR LFTTI-Jl OK KKKrt».
KNCKS and TKSTIMONIA Ltt, which will convince
the most skeptical of tho UURAKli I'lV oi tbo
KASIC Address
VAN BUHEN f.OOKRUW, M. O.,
'Utttrost tTonesSt., N.
Y.
THE HEALING
City.
POOL,
AND HOUSE OF MERCY.
Ilotfnrd AHNorlnlloil Rcpnrfx, FOR YOUin(?
HKN,
OR1MK OI'' SI,1TUOK, hn.l i'-^
KRRORS, ABUSKS and DISKASKS whirh riost™,
tbe manly powers,
nnt
croale ':i'l tv-p'^ to 1
KLAUR, with sure intians of relist, sent in teaN"! -r
envelope*, freaof charco. Adilrosu !lr. ,1. ^K: i.1 N
HOUGHTON Howarii A ssor'Rtion, Philadelphia, Pa.
NO HUMBUG
SENDING 35 CENTS,
vnth
age, fcnicht
of eyes and hair, yon will rncpivp by r«» nri
mail, a correct picture of yonr future iiusban.i or
with name and data of marriage.
Addre&s
wv*.
W O
P. O. Drawer No. 8, FaltonviiieNew York.
$100 PER LINE
Wo will inanrt an advertisement in
ono
Ihousnn.l
Newspnpers, om? nionili. Tho l.i«! in^Hvl
hIhsIo I'npciH
of
ovrr 10(1,011(1 C'irculntio
wccklr, moro than 100 nails' ]*np*i'«, in win. !i
tbe advertiser obtain* ij
thn li'mliiic I'll
town*nml
insertions ittiomontli, and
pel's in
cut
mure Ili-m ."jOII !i fl"
cities.
Coiiiplcie
rxnillliu-tl nt Olir
ilrs
enn he
oflico.
Sen.I Stamp t.,r cur i' r-
cular. Address OKO. P. ROV.TLi/ A tXV, Ailvcrtis
ing Agonts, New York.
A BOOK FOR THE
MARRIAGE
Aabout
PMVATK COUNKKLOI TO THK MAUK: I oi A
to marry, male or female, in all th:i*
to tho physiological niy«teries and revo^U'cn* ,t it r.
sexual system, with tho latest discoveries *n prod'.n
and preventing offspring, how to preserve tho ornpiat
ion in all its attractiveness aud beauty, Ac., Ac.
This is an interesting and important work of overt
hundred pages* written in plain language, withnnnsr
ous diagrams and engravings, and contain* nil ur.i
nable information that every person who is .r
contemplate marriage onght to have, yet, tvhtch i.
Steam
has boen in use as
liniment for thirty-six years. All we ask is
a fair trial, but be sure and follow direc
tions.
Ask yonr nearest Druggist or dealer in
Patent Medicines for one of onr Almanacb
and Vade Mecums, and read what tha
people
say about tho Oil.
Tho Gargling Oil is for salo by all respect
able dealers throughout the United
Fire
tj
really possess, lt nocavela mvsteriecs an«i
eecrote that everybody should know still it ainvn
that ought to bo kept undor look and key, and n^« -A
carelessly about tbe house. It emiracea
ev«.-yt:}h•t
he to he at iv a
ibje
ng, and mnch that is not puhiiahod in any ot nor
This invaluable work will be'-ont to anyot.
postage) on receipt of Fitt-y ceut^
Adqross: i)r. ltutta' or Pifth
N. w'.
and Markot street^, St.
&8*Nolice to the
Affiidcd ar.2 p"*
Before receiving treatment from any ot :i»
"Quarkft" ot this or any 01 hnr place, wbo ad%t»t»/.e
the public papers, or usio£ any of the alunn antii
less "Uuack remedies,11 carefully peruse Or.
work. No matter what your disras*? ts, or it h"
ableyonr cumbhoti, rr miMnbor that wh'M i-o-» \i-i
Fifty cent.* to havo il with its vah\-:l.it :m»• i:!n•
may cost Yiir, il many ilie iiopMie^-' Ji" r\,
ana regret uoi it..
Dr. Units can bo «o!c nMed on any of tb*
mentioned in hi* wr«y trom 9 a. M, to 7 p. m. tv:
N W. corner nr«ii Varkot. :.»•••
Uooflo.) St. ljontft Mo npr.ih !y
Horack SlL.°UY, U. ('. S'l-I-Y
H. C. SILSBY&OOv,
W.iuufm-tur.'i'.i of
O A E
Five Ensine Hoso, Hoso Cavrin^ps,
Reels and Carls, Power, Bro'izr.
and Hand Puinpn,
133 Xia Salle
Street, €?h cn:o,
[Established at Seneca Falls, N. V. in 1 st..
WELLES
States
fit MALE,
87 Wisconsin Street. Milwnukoo,
Dealers in ftuns, liitl^-". Ikpvdvers, Fishing ick %s
Powder, Shot, tJap«, Aletalic C.uridges, t-iyA iu.»
win*s Wads, Civ» Materials. Ac.
llilles and
Shot
timism ulo t.n order, and repairing
dono promptly» ^uwhou^e Traps at inan«if.i. tur »-.*
prices.
FARMERS!
Mnnurps upon yonr whoat l.uids dnr'pp f-« rl
BAUOH'H RAW RONE SUPER I'll. SPi! I i-'
eslalilishod in tbo K&vi-as a staml-ird lor I", y-r
now also manufactured !,y DinNori i,iv... pi •'..?»iiir.-'-.j
Oo., at Uhirnnn. 'rhoiu- .ini -t :ir,--,-1
crona. IScn-l Inrrircnlur. N ill 1*11 YV S I'i i:\ 1 I-'IC
TISIZINO OO.. ^1 Sou* li V\ ater -.Mreot. liu v' ., i11.

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