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StyccitH H5o tres.
A Kwulnr llnbit of Body
liAbioliil^y osBontiat to pliyBio.il health and oloaiacBB
ofintolloot. Nor ia this a'l. lloauty of poraoacannot
coeiift with an umiataral condition of the bowslf. A
freo passage of the rufueo matt* rof thesjsUiii throng))
theso natural waste pipes, is necessary to tho putitjr
of tho body asth« fre© pasvipe of tin offal of a city
through its sewers is nece^ary to the health of it*
iohabitauts.
ludiaostion is tho primary causo of raost ©f the dli
cases of llio diacharffiuK organs ami ou» of the rorst
common results is CONSTIPATION 'IliU complaint,
besidta being dangerou* in itaolt'e has many disa^Jee
aiilo conoorai'ani?, such an An iiiunoasaot wreaMi,*
callow skin, cont*nmivt.t blood and bil»s hemorrhoid®.
U^ft^at'he, loi=s ot innuoiy HCVI go ova! .n
HOSl'KT' KK'S SrtM*Ol! tu rrKKS: movo all
thof*oevi!p by removing tboir ntnoil»o|e cause ini iny
digestivn organ un rogu'.-it'Dg thf act ion of the intwj
titles, Til© combination of iiropi,rt»««un .us celebrated
preparation is ono of its chief niouts. It its uot merely
untimuUnt, or atomic,
cr
an antrbilious aM«nt, or
nervine, or a blood dopu uf,or
t\
lroi)»y.
I
M-
CJL harlic, but all
tboso curative eliMmut* ju«1ioio«niy blenael in one
powerful restorative. It Jends activity and vigor to the
inert and nerv.-itiM ft imaith. relieves tho alimentary
canal of ifj* obstructions, and gives tone to the niem«
hrano wliich lines tr,*u: t:y stimulate* td« liver, braces
tho nerve** and cheer* tho aninml spirits No other
remedy putaessoa muh a variety of bygiorio virtues. It
tn to three characteristic!* that it ow*»8 ita prtstige as
household medicine. ICipeiience has proved that It it
as harmless* as it is fiicaci.u*. and henoc it is an popu
lar with the weaker cex AS with tbe Htrongcr.
HOSTKTTKR*S STOUACH HUM KKS is sold in
bottles only, and tbe tr.iile mark blo*n in the glass and
engraved on the label, with our steel engraved rcveuue
stamp over tho cork, is tbo test of geuutneness. be
ware of counterfeits.
iso. iii.
SIMILIA SIMILU7J3 CURANTUK
III itif'TaiUiVV
IIOWKOI'A'HIK S1GCIFICS
HAVE
rnovKD, FROM TIIIC MOST AMPLB
experience, mi on lire Siiuplc
l'ioui)t -Ulilrii'iil :i!ul I.VIiablc. Tlu-y are lh
©lily Mcdii iiK \ierfi li adapted to iHipular u-e,
-»o ,-im thai mi^tiiUrs cannot 1)0 niaile in
Ufln^ tliciii cit liariilo4S Hi to be free from dan
CUT, and to ellkk'iit I'J IN LIO always reliable.
Tlioy lntvo raised tho higher! comnieiulaliou from
til, u: will ah\ ays render sati=!acticu.
Mc». ClMlt«.
B, I'Jscilk'I'J', tiri]'iiijf,
IV.IIOUH
folic.®
t, I'liolcra-Moi'tiuii, Yomitiug '-'3
7, oughs, Lol'. lironrhilia ?5
8, iVcural^la, 'Icititlui In l-'accaclie..1®
9, llcatlafliossi, UIica.!uc!io,\ urtiyo-S
10, lj*|»» |slu. llilioii-! ^loniach ifj
Miipiiroiisvd. or J'ainful I'l-riotta.. .SS
Illlt'N, too j: I':i-c I'eriod* 85
13, t'roiip. fou^li. Ii!!:ru!t IJrcatlunir .iu
14, Suit lilloiltli.l^i'V-iiV !.i,r.n:p!iiiiitx.'i
15, ltllOIIIUJlti*.!!!, Kill iKDlltiC l):iill3. ,'S
At! the al-ore an i"il up in VIA LS.n Uh diieclioiis
toiilairiimj ilonblr qi'ithtUies (uo'i.J'ur £1'
The foHott i/i/f ere i!oput up rlafsanii af
sat at t'ii funic price* git it Mow.
Itt.
J7,
19.
19,
20.
9.
23,
S3,
Si.
85,
S«,
87,
98,
I'cver .V A"Ktir, Chill Fever, AguccSO
l'Ui'.n, lilinil or blooding 5(
Opllialmy, and sore or wrr.k KyeiSC
'atnri'li.acute or chronic,li.itueiiza5{
tVI»o«i»IUg-CoiJBl».vioKM:U-oil{ Ii5C
a:i:» sr.iuiy Sccrutions
Son-su-kncss^ickm'ssfroiii riUiiigii
KIducy-lUx'aso. Ciravel 0j
Nervvna Debility SciuiiiRl
KmlsMiona, iuvoiuntary Uia
charees 1 00
Sore iHoutJi, Canker EC
IIl iiinry Wcnkucss,wettingbed'iO
Painful l'criods, with spasms..50
8nflcrlii£M at change of life 1 00
Kixllcps.y.^pasras,St.Vitus'Uancel 0C
ulcciatcdaorc throat
FAMILY CASKS)
Of
35 to 60 large via^ mororre
or roac\%ood enso, containing
•pp«,liic for every ordinary
diNcoae a fxmlly i? eubjeet to,
•ltd booUa ol°«lirection»
From $10 to $3f
Smaller Family and Travellugcap.cs,
with 80 to as vials from $5 to $1
Specifics for allfrivntc UisoascK.botli
for Curing and tor 1'rcvcntivo
treatment, iu vials and iiocketca£es,$2to9S
POND'S EXT SI ACT,
flirt* Burns, Itnil-ics, Ijamcness,
So renew,
So re 'fi'Ji rout.
Sprains.'i'ootH-
ache, ICarat-lie, Ncn l(bcuina
iiiui, Lumbago, l'iics, ISolls, Sting*,
Sore Kyf», Mleediii of tlie l.nnss,
Note, Stomacli, orof fiicM Corns, III"
ten. Old Sore*.
"Price, 6
oz.,
iOcts.i Pints, $1.00t
Quart* $1.75.
fW These Remedies, «*ceit POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ol the country, l»y mail or express, free
ef charge, on receipt of the price.
Addrees Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 509 BROADWAY, New York.
Dr. HtmrnaEY3 is consulted daiiyat his ofllca.
pergoujlljf or by letter, as above, for all Sormaw
Tinair
Km SAI.E BY ALL DKUGGI8T8.
WHOLESALE AGENTS.
CBICAOO, III.—Bnnihams
ST,
Van Schaack.
Louis, Mo.—Brown, Weber & Graham.
ST.
PAUL, MI.VN.—Jenks & Gordon.
CURE YOUR COUGH
ALLEN'S LUNC BALSAM.
WHAT THE DOCTOR'S SAT.
Anoa Woolly, M. D.,of KoscinskaOo., Indiana,aaia:
/For three jreara past I have nael Allen'* LODK Balaam
extensively in my practice, and I am s&tiaiiod there is
DO batter medicine for luni? disoasea in use."
liaae R. Dorno, M. D., of Lo^an Co.. Ohio, aays:—
operties,
practice and nith unbounded success. As an expecto
rant it is most certainly far ahead of ivny preparation I
have aver yet known."
Dr. Fletcher, of Missouri, says: "I recommend year
Ratsam in preference to any ol her medicine for Ooniba
and it Kivea satisfaction."
Allen's Lon? Balsam is tbe remedy to cure all Lnnar
and Throat difficulties. Usbonld be thoroughly teataia
tiafdiw uainir any olhnr Balsam. It will cure when all
others fail. Directions accompany each bottle.
J. N. UARRIS A CO., Sole Prop's.
Sold by all Druggists. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sold at Milwaukee hy 11. Brmworth A Sons, Greene A
Batton, Rica A Rising. Drako Bros., Dolimsn, Schmidt
A Oe., and all Milwaukee UrngRists.
THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
THK
HIC PAIN KILLKR
Is both an Internal and External Remedy.
PAIN
KIIJLF.R
fihonld be used at the tin.? masifsstation of Gold
*h,
TUK
PAIN KfLI.KR—
Don't fail to keep it in the houso ready for use.
ra^HK PAIN KILLKR
Is an almort certain onre for OHOLKRA, and
has, without donlit, been more successful in curing this
terrible disease than any other known remedy, or even
the moat eminent and skillful Physicians In India.
Africa and China, where this dreadful disease ia ever
more or less prevalent, the Pain Killer a considered
by the natives, as well as by lCnr?pean resident, in
those climates, a sure remedy.
RHIHK PAIN KILLER—
JL Kaeh Bottle ia wrapped with fnll directions for
use1
THE
PAIN KILLKR
Is sold by Druggists and Dealers in Family
Hedioinae
PIMPLES.
who wish it theRecipe and fnll directions for preparing
and uataijr a simple and Bcantt fii I Veget nble Balm
ediately remove Tan, Freckles, Plin-
Tbe undersigned will cheerfully mail (FREE) to all
«ai
that will immei
|ICM,
lllotclif H,and all eruptions and impurities of
.skin, leaving the same soft, clear, smooth and beau
tiful. lie will also send (t'RKE) instructions for pro
ducing, bv very simple means, a LUXUMANT OHOWTII
Of
HAIR on a bald head or cmooth face in lesa than
thirty days from Urst application. The above can be
obtained by return mail by addressing Til OS. F.
CHAPMAN, Chemist, Isu Broadway, New York.
P. O. Box 512H.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GKHTLEMKN who
suffered for years from Nerren
Debility. Premature Dosay,
and all the effects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity
•end free to all who need it, the receipt and direction*
for making tbe simple remedy by which She was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertisers expeii
eoce, can do so by addressing. In perfect confidence^
This
JOHN B. OGDKN,
mlBdly No. 43 Cedar street. New York
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
THK Advertiser, having been restored to health a
INFALLABLF.
tothelunys
*HK
a
few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffer
ed several years with a severe long affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption—is anxious to make known
to his fellow sufferers, tbe means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy of tbe pre
acription one (I (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the siirae, which they will And
acme tJUKB FOU CONHDMI'TION, AHTHMA, BnONCHX
TXB, etc. The object of the advertiser in sending the
Prescription is to boneflt the afflicted, and spiead in
formation which be conooives to be invaluable and he
hopes every sufferer will try bis emedy, as it will scat
Chum nothing, and may prore a blessing.
Parti wishing tbe prescription, will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. King* Onnntg. New York
IHA11E
HARK
KEMEDT does not, like the poi­
sonous Irritating sunfl's mid strong canstic solutions
with which tbo people have long been humbilged,
simply pall la tn for a pliort time, or
HEAD"
drive thedisetue
as there is danger of doing in tbe use
Of such uoHtnimp, but
it produces
PERFECT AND PES
MANENT CLILLE OF THE WORST CASF.S OF CHllONIC
CATARRH, as thonsatidB CUU
tOI'tlfy.
"COhD
1H
is cured with a few application?.
OATIMKBAL UKAPACHF. ia rcJitved and cured US if by
magic, it removes offtueivo Breath, Loss or Im
pairment of the sense of taste, smell or bearing,
Watering or Weak Eyes, ani Impaired Memory,
whou caused by the violence of Catarrh, as they all
frequently are. I offer in good faitli a standing re
ward of $eu0 for a case of Catarrh that I cannot
cure.
FOK SALE BV MOST IIRTTTFIOISTS EVERYWHERE
I Vice Oii'v COtVnfy.
Ask your for the KK.UF.DV Imt if he ban
not yet got it on sMr, -loii'i put off by accepting
any mlserablo wrm tlw.u worthless subKtitufe, but
enclose sixty cents to m.., and the Remedy will be
sent you post paid, l'oui' pncl aj.r $2.00, or one
dozen for $3,00. Hviul a two cnt Maiup lor Dr.
Sage's pamphlet on Cst.irrh. Addre.ss tlie proprietor
H. V. MERCE, M. D„
V.1II. KAI.O, N. T.
warn
Especially designed for the use of
the
Medical Pro­
fession and the amity, possessing those intrinsic me*
dicinal properties which belong to an Old and Pure
Uin.
Indispensable to Females. Oood for Kidney Com
delicious Tonic. Put nu in -fiPBa,containing
bottles each, and sold by all di
*roo.rs,Ao.
A. M. Biningrr A
10. 16 Beaver street New York.
NO SAFETY IN BAMi-LOlKS
Maolilnlatv Opening tl«e Beat Con*btnn
tlon Eioeka with Eaie-llow It l»
Done—Kxdlement Among Bank Oni
ftn and hoc Makari.
From the New York Timos, Aug. 24.
At tho tiiuo of the Qconn Bank robbery
tho Titnes announced that Mr. William F.
Ensign, an expert of this city, hud picked
the combination lock on tho safe of that
institution, in prescnco of tho ofticevs of
the bank, and tho statement was by Bomo
declared to be MToneous. Subsequent it
vestisation proved, however, that not only
did he pick the lock in question, but that
he did it with facility,and after the combin
ations had beeu made by the bank officers
themselves, and were entirely unknown to
him.
A Washington dispatch,published in yes
terday's Times, announces that Mr, James
Sargent has been operating on the patent
combination locks on the Treasury Depart
ment safes in that city, which ho succeed
ed in opening, first in an hour and twelve
minutes, and afterwards in twelve minutes'
time. The frequency with which burglars
manago to open locks of the most improv
ed character, and the fact that Mr. En
sign, in thfs city, and Mr. Sargent, in Wash
ington, have proved conclusively that they
can be opened, raise the question whether
any of them are beyond the skill of expert
burglars, and this suggestion created con
siderable agitation among bank officers in
this city yesterday.
Mr. Eusign's mode of operating is a very
simple one. He places underneath the
key-plate a small circular, smooth-faced
dial, having on it duplicates of the princi
pal numbers that aro on the original lock,
which numbers are
graduated equi-distantly
trom each other. When the pefton who
locks, the safe turns the key, this dial re
ceives an impression or scratch npon its
surface, conformable to the exact position
of the numbers on the lock itself, the pos
sibility of any other scratch being obviated
by a spring which depresses the receiving
plate, whenever the key, after placing one
number of the combination, is tunied back
ward to place the other,and lets it up again
when the reverso turn is made for the
second, third, or fourth point in the com
bination, as the case may be. This dial
having been impressed by the key, when
removed shows exactly at what points on
the original number plate are the numbers
which make up the combination used and
it is then a matter of simple calculation,
from one extreme point to the other, what
these particular numbers are. This being
once ascertained, the working of the lock
becomes easy, and puts the contents of the
safe at the disposal of the operator. The
intricacies of the operation are somawhat
varied, according to the peculiar character
of the lock to be worked bnt the general
principle of all the patent combination
arrangements is the same. Mr. En
sign, three years ago, picked the lock of
the safe of the National Exchange Bank of
Lansingburg, set upon the combination ot
50-50-50-50, also that of the State Bank of
Michigan, and several others,, from the
officers of which banking institutions he
holds certificates and he can pick other
locks of the same character if he be allow
ed a burglar's time and opportunities. It
is not surprising, therefore, to learn that
Mr. Sargent, another expert, is able to do
the same thing in Washington with the
locks on the Treasury safes. In fact, judg
ing from what has been done in the past, it
seems to be no exaggeration to say that,
given the opportunities desired, either
Ensign or Sargent can pick the best lock
in the strongest safe in the biggest bank in
New York.
Cheap Land in California.
A correspondent says: There has been
mnch well-grounded complaint on the sub
ject of the buying up of the greater portion
the most desirable government lands in the
great valleys of our State by speculators,
who hold them at largely advanced figures,
and thereby retard the settlement of the
country very materially. The evil is un
questionably, but it will in some measure
work its own cure. The counties in which
these lands nre located, wi 1, as a rule, adopt
the system of taxing them to a full extent
allowed by law, rating their value at the
the asking price. This will make it too ex
pensive for the speculators to hold such
large bodies of land for any 1 ngth of time,
and sales will be forced as fast as possible.
The want of the interior counties of the
State is a population which would enable
them to raise sufficient taxes to meet the
interest on.their own debts and carry on
the machinery of government A heavy
tax, levied on unimproved lands held for
speculative pnrposeiby non-residents, will
serve a double purpose—realizing an imme
diate income, and compelling sides which
will ensure future prosperity. This point
is well Understood, and I think that it will
have due weight with the interior county
officers.
But the immigrant need not wait for a
change in this respect.' There are millions
upon millions of acres of unoccupied lands
in California which can be had for prices
so low as to leave nothing to complain of.
From the Oregon line to San Diego, there
stretches a wide belt of country along the
western slope of the Sierra Nevada, which
is peculiarly adapted to the growth of all
the fruits of the temperate zones, and the
semi-tropical. The vine thrives here bet
ter than anywhere else in tho world, and
most kinds of grain can be grown to ad
vantage for home consumption and in many
localities with profit for exportation. From
$1.50 to $5.00 per acre will buy vast
tracts and small improved farms
which will yield a good support for
a large family, can be had for $1,000 to
$3,000 each. The old "Forty Niners,"
when they .took up a rancho, did it with
thet expectation of making a fortune out of
it in a couple of years at most, and, if they
did not succeed, cursed the business out
and ont at once. They still cling to the
ideas of "49," and are seldom, if ever, con
tent with what your Extern farmers would
call a "good year's Work." This is why
such farms are cheap and nearly all for
sale. If a family will be content to make
a good living and have something over at
the end of each year, they can easily do it
on such a farm, and wealth will surely
come in time but our old population will
not wait, and unless a place will bring
them great and Budden wealth, they do not
consider it worth owning at any price. A
new class of farmers, and new and less ex
travagant ideas, must come in place of all
this, before the country can be truly pros
perous.
Algerian Farming on a Large Scale.
An interesting account of farming on a
large scale has appeared in the Algerian
newspapers. A young and enterprising
colonist, son of M. Aries Dntour, the well
known French capitalist, has recently pur
chased two farms in the Metidja, ana turn
ed all his attention to developing the rich
resources of that vast district. One of
these farms consisting of 1,400 acres, has
350 acres of cornland hay, root, flax and
lucern nre grown in considerable quantities
the vine is also cultivated, and the large
pasturages feed over and above 1000
head of cattle. Water is distributed by
means of dams throughout the farm, and
machinery representing an expenditure of
£3,000 (Bansome and Sims's steam ploughs
among the rest) has been advantageously
called into requisition. The farm buildings
are such as would satisfy Mr. Mechl. The
house is a handsome chalet, built of carved
cedar wood, a project of the Atlas. There
can be little doubt that, as a commercial
speculation, this experiment will sucoeed,
while Algerians may well hail the prece
dent set by M. Aries Dufour with satisfac
tion. A few capitalists of the same liberal
views would give quite a different aspect to
Algerian colonization, and make Algeria as
valuable to France as it ought to be.
THE death is announced of the Hon.
Emily Edeu, sister of the late Lord Auk
land and of the present Bishop of Bath and
Wells. Miss Eden accompanied her brother,
tho Earl, to India, and remained with him
during his long term ot office as Governor
General. Some of her cleverly-written let
ters home were published a few years ago
in a volume called "Up the Country," and
li
te
Semi-Attached Couple" and "The Semi
Detached House," both works being well
known to modern novel-readers. It waB
her sister Eleanor who was tlie first and
last love of Pitt.
excited the interest of Indian readers espe
cially. Miss Eden wrote the novels of "The
fiomi.iftnnhiifl Pnimltt" aywI "Tha Semi.
Miss CABBIE KETCHTJM, the young girl
who was shot and, it was supposed, mor
tally wounded by her lover, Salvador Col
lot, in the City Park in New Orleans, two
or three months ago, has since persistently
refused to testify against him. She has
unexpectedly recovered from her wounds,
and on Friday last was taken before the
Grand Jury, and still refused to answer any
questions. The foreman reported the facts
to the Court, and the Judge asked her if
thirty days' confinement would soften her
obstinacy, when she amid tears answered
that she was not obstinate, but had nothing
to say. The Judge finally told her that ho
was afraid, if forced to give evidence, she
would commit perjury to save tho accused
from well-deserved punishment, and as the
Grand Jury had requested it, he would dis
charge her from custody. She was married
to Collot on tho same evening.
—A young man in Newburyport, Masp.*,
prepared for his wedding, which was to
have taken place on Sunday last, by pur
chasing a barrel of beer for hiB friends.
The remorseless State Constable, however,
seized tbe beer, and the yonng man actual
ly refused to have the wedding performed
unless he could have the liquor. The lady
in the case is consequently experiencing
the pain of hope deferred.
Terrible Accident iu Chili.
Valparaiso (July 17) Cor. of tho iiuw York World.
I have real sorrow in recording an acci
dent of a very serious nature which took
place at Santiago, and which has created
very general regret among all classes.
Tho facts are thus reported by tho Mer
curio:
"On Sunday, theflth inst., Santiago, tho
capital of the republic, was the scene ot a
terrible accident. The hook, axe tuid lad
der company No. 1, composed of about
thirty volunteers, after exercising a while,
left their ladders, formed into a pyramid,
near tho statue of San Martin, in tho Ala
meda. After a few minutes' rest, during
which somebody probably loosened ouo of
tho ropes which held the pyramid together,
the volunteers began once more to mount.
Suddculy the main ladder leaned over,
throwing tho whole weight upon the ladder
on one side, which broke and came to the
ground, with 18 of the volunteers, some of
whom fell 30 and others 8 feet, tho latter
suffering most injury. 17 were severely
wounded and bruised. Seven wero token
to the hospital, others to the houso of Mrs.
Ovalle de Iniguez, and to th#r own homes.
Of these five or six offer but slight hopes of
recovery. The 17 sufferers with two ex
ceptions,'are all Chilians, and workingmen.
Wo learn that none of the sufferers have
yet died. With the exception of Don Bu
lano Caudra, thoy are all "doing well.
Referring to this calamity Senor Lopez, a
most prominent member of the Legislature
has submitted for approval of the Chamber
the following motion
The widows, children and parents of the
firemen who we lost or may lose their
lives by the catastrophe of the 11th ihst.,
and those who, in the opinion of medical
men, are disabled from the same cause
from all bodily and mental labor, will be
paid a monthly pension of $25, agreeably
to the pension law. The State will defray
the cost of a monument in honor of the
deceased, to be erected either in the ceme
tery or on the scene of the catastrophe,
and
to bear the following inscription: "To the
firemen victims of the accident of July 11,
18G9, their grateful country."
A Silver Cave Discovered in Nevada
The Treasure City (Nevada) News says:
"The largest, or rather the longest, deep
est, and most brilliant cavern yet struck in
Treasure Hill, was opened by the south ore
breast, forty-foot level, southeast of the
Belmont shaft of the Consolidated Chloride
Flat Company, day before yesterday. The
cave is about four feet wide, three feet
high, dips to the south at an angle of forty
five decrees, and may be descended to a
depth of one hundred feet At this point
the cavern is choked or partly obstructed
by loose rocks and detacthed stalactites and
masses of oriental alabaster. To what
depth it descends below this point is un
known, but it will be opened within a few
dayB and explored thoroughly.
"The face of the ore breast around the
entrance to this cave is similar in ^appear
anceto other portions of tho mine in the
same vicinity—ore extending down ,tlie
wall for several feet. Next comes ten or
twelve, top, bottom and sides of compact
and capillary alabaster, partially altered to
quartz, then a vein crossing to the south
west, at an angle of fifty degrees, of stern
bergite or flexible silver ore, implanted in
crystals/ forming fan like aggregations
common to silver ores of this character.
This takes us down 20 feet down from the
ore and 60 feet from the suiface. Here the
compact opaque alabaster gives way on all
sides to coraliform stalactites, and the sul
phate to carbonate of lime, passing rapidly
from the milk white selenite to the golden
hned masses of capillary dendrite which
glisten by candlelight like tho pendules of
a chandelier.
"Here, too, small and great arches swoop
over masses of the nearly even roof, and
reappear in the main cavern far below, the
roof proper maintaining its height from the
floor with great regularity. Some of these
arched cavities would permit the passage
of a man ten or twelve feet to the top of
the arch and down to the main opening
again, thirty feet, to the starting point,
while others aTe so short that one can hold
a candle at arm's length and see the light
of it through the arch. Much of the com
pact alabaster, where broken, is dentritis
and beautiful as a moss agate. The
cavern ia nearly uniform in size down to
the depth of one hundred feet, but in
places where the floor is covered with
ruing one is compelled to crawl through
like-a snake. The air is pure, and candles
bum freely to the greatest depths explored."
Fat Hen In Conncll.
One hundred and forty men met at Gre
gory's Point Hotel, Norwalk, Ct.. oiFThurs
day, to enjoy a clam-bake Each of the
assembled weighed two hundred pounds
and over. Six of them weighed over three
hundred pounds each, as follows:
Name and residence. Pounds.
Joliu A. P. Flak, New York 358
James A. Lincoln, Springfield, Mass 329
O. Sidney Smith, Stamford 318
Charles A. Davidson, New York 308
M. E. Sherwood, New MiUlord 307
0. T. Duryea, Huntington, L. 1 3.12
The aggregate weight of the six men was
1,922 pounds, and of the 140 men 31,395
Eeaviest
ounas, or an average of 224 pounds. The
man, Mr. Fisk, of New York, was
elected President of the Society for the en
suing year, and Mr. Lincoln, of Massachu
setts, Vice President. The assembled Fal
staffs disposed ot thirty bushels of oysters,
forty-seven bushels of clams, eight barrels
of sweet potatoes, seven barrels of white
potatoes, three hundred and fifty pounds
of blue fish and other fish.
AN EXCHANGE says that there may" be
seen daily, on Chestnut street, Philadel
phia, a man clad in faultless apparel, with
a great diamond upon his breast, vainly
endeavoring to outglitter the magnificent
solitarie upon his finger. In a German
university he learned chemistry, and not
even Liebig knew it better. His occupa
tion is the mixing and the adulteration of
liquors. Give him a dozen casks of deo
dorized alcohol, and the next day each of
them will represent the name of a genu
ine wine or a popular spirit. He enters
a wholesale drug store, bearing a large
basket on his arm. Five pounds of Ice
land moss are first weighed out to him.
To raw liquor this imparts a degree of
smoothness, of oleagiaouBness, that gives
to imitation brandy the glibnessof that
which is best matured. An astringent
called catchu, that would almost close the
mouth of a glass inkstand, is next in order.
A couple of ounces of strychnine, next
calif for, are quickly conveyed to the vest
pocket, and a pound of sulphate of zine
(white vitriol) is as silently placed in the
bottom of the basket. The oil of cognac,
tbe sulphuric acid, and other articles that
give fire and body to the liquid poison, are
always kept, in store. These things are the
staples of his art, and the mixer buys them
at different places. Chemistry alone dis
covers the cheat, Among drinkers tbe
question is aBked with alarm, "Have we
Bourbon among us?"
"NOT FOB MAIZES."—About two o'clock
yesterday afternoon a gentleman standing
in the postoffice observed a lady, an ap
parent stranger, anxiously looking about
as if in search of something. Instinctively
he advanced to her and asked if he could
render any assistance. He was informed
that she desired to send off a letter and
was looking for the box in which to put it.
"This must be what you are looking
for, Madun," said the gentleman, pointing
to the receptacle labeled,"Letters for
Mails."
"Oli! no," replied the lady, glancing at
the place indicated, *that isfor males this
letter is for a lady."—Buffalo
MORTALITY
Express.
AMONG MOBUONS.—As might
be expected, the mortality among Mormon
children is frightful. The Polygamists are
like the old women who lived in a shoe, and
did not know what to do with their many
children at any rate they do not properly
care for them. Of sixty deaths in SaltLake
Lake City in a month, forty-four were chil
dren. Heber Kimball is reported to have
buried forty-eight children ont of sixty
three in bis collections one bishop bad lost
twenty children another, twenty-eight:
another seventeen. Joseph Smith had six
wives, but left only two sons. The death
rate among Moi mons of all ages is said to
be greater than that of this City or New Or
leans, and ^even twice as great as that of
Oregon.—JV.
Y. Post.
EXPERIMENTS have been made by a man
who has worked for many years in the
armory at Springfield, Mass., for supplying
the city with heated air. It is proposed to
force air rapidly through a coil or series of
iron pipes, heated in a furnace, and then
through a greater length of pipe outside
made of fire clay, which is said to be about
the best non-conductor that can bo had.
The first trial will be made with a pump of
eight-inch diameter and eight-inch stroke,
and the clay pipes, now making in New
York, will be three hundred feet in length,
and of a four-inch bore, with a thermome
ter at each end which will indicate 600 de
grees. The projector expects to heat the
air in the iron pipes to that temperature,
and force it to the other end with little
loss.
The Edinburg Review tells the follow
ing story of Walter Savago Landor: "In
his garden walks he would bend over the
flowers with a sort of worship, bnt rarely
touched one of them. The form which the
notoriety of this sentiment took in tho
Florentine legend was that he had one day,
after an imperfect dinner, thrown the cook
out of the window, and, while the man was
writhing with a broken limb, ejaculated,
'Good God 1 I forgot the flowers.'"
HYMEN IN A SHOWER 1ATH.—Cora Mow
att, who is writing foreign letters for the
San Francisco Clironiclc^ tells a story of a
bridal pair, making the tour to Switzerland,
who recuiiLly camu to a crowded hotel, and
wero informed by the landlord that tlieie
was one luiocc.ijncd room in the house, tho
bath-room, and that a couple of beds might
be nuulc in tlio two baths which it contain
ed. The youthful couple were well pleased
to secure even this shelter, after a fatiguing
journey, and retired to rest. An hour or
two later the stillness of tho ni^ht was sud
denly broken by shrieks ot distress issuing
from tho bath-room. The lady, wishing to
summon a servant, had pulled what she
presumm! was a liell-rope suspended over
her head in the bath, when, suddeuly, she
was inundated by a shower of cold water.
Tho gentleman, aroused by her cries, and
not quite comprehending tlie position, pull
ed a supposed bell rope which he felt dang
ling aver his bath-bed, to bring him a do
mestic, but brought, instead, a shower of
hot water over himself. It was qnito dark,
and neither brido nor bridegroom could
grope their way to the door. By the time
succor came they were up to their kneeR
in water.
-There have already been shipped from
St. Joseph to Chicago, 18,821 bushels of
strawberries and 9,000 bushels of raspber
ries.
i\c. 25.
Nervous Debility with its gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of eernon, epcrmatorr hceo,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory,
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in ilumplirey's Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight." Composed
of tlie most valuable mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at tlie root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vipor and energy, life
and vitality to tho entire mun. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5.00 per
package of six boxes and vial, which is very
important in obstinate and old cases, or $1
per tingle ?., Sold by all druggists, and
sent by mail on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Specific Homeopathic Medicine
Co 502 Broadway. New York.
THROUGH TO NEW YORK WITHOUT CHANOE
OF
CARS.—Prom
sake
Monday, Aug. ICtb, and eve­
ry day thereafter, one of the magnificent
drawing-room cars of tho Pullman Palace
iino will leave Chicago at 5:15 p. in. and go
directly through to New York city via the
Great Western, New York Central and Hud
son River Railroads, lauding passengers at
31st Street Station. The celebrated Hotel
Cars will continue to run to Rochester as
usual.
TATTLINO.—Children (and old peoplo too)
don't talk abont each other, calling one of
your schoolmates ugly,another stingy, anoth
er cross, behind their back It is tlie mean
est sort of tin. Even if they
nre
CHAPPED HANDS, FACE,
Tar Soap,
ugly, stingy
or cross, it does you no good to repeat it. It
makes you love to tell of faults—it makes
yon uncharitable—your soul grows smaller—
your heart loses its generous blood when you
tattle abont your friends. Tell all the good
you know about them, and carry the sins to
your own heart, or else tell them to Grid and
ask Him to pardon them. Tint wi'l be Chris
tian-like. If anybody tells abont Mary
doing or saying a mean or wicked thing, call'
to mind some virtue that Mary possesses,
and hold it up to her praise.
For •tjOi.tr own
learn to make thm a habit.
S. T.—18G0—X.—The unprecedented and
extraordinary demand for PLANTATION BIT
TERS is evidently owing to their being pre
pared with pure St. Croix Rum, Calisaya
Bark, Ac. Our druggists complain that it is
almost impossible to keep a supply, and that
their oi ders, owing to the gr«at demand, are
but.taidily executed. Do not become dis
couraged. Be sure and get the genuine.
MAGNOLIA WATEB.—Supei ior to the beat im
ported German Cologne, and sold at half the
price.
"PnFsn AS A MAIDEN'S BLUSH is tho pure
peachy Complexion which follows tho use of
Hagan's Magnolia Balm. It is the True
Secret of Beauty. Fashionable Ladies in
Society understand this.
Tho Magnolia Balm changes the rustic
Country Girl into a City Belle more rapidly
than any other one thing.
Redness, Sunburn, Tan, Freckles, Blotches
and ah effects of the Summer Sun disappear
where it is used, and a genial, cultivated,
fresh expression is obtained which rivals the
Bloom, of Youth. Beauty is possible to all
who will invest 75 cents at any respectable
store, and insist on getting the Magnolia
Balm.
Use nothing but Lyon's Eatharion to Dress
the Hair.
EXCEI.SIOB GLASS CUTTER IS everyway as
good as the glaziers' diamond, aud not half
as expensive. Cuts glass in -all shap as
readily aa the diamond. Is easily handled.
Anyone can use it. Everyone should have it.
Every farmer should have one. Every mer
chant should have one. Every housekeeper
should havo one. Every mechanic should
have one. The best thing ever invented to
out glass with. A big thing for agents. Send
$1.50 and get a sainplo. Agents wanted. Ad
dress, J. G. Hill, No. 2 Nixon's Exchange,
Chicago, Uh
THE PUREST AND SWEETEST COD LIVER OIL
IN TBE WORLD ie Hazard & Caswell's made
on the sea shore, from i'resli, selected livers,
by CASWELL, HAZAKD & Co., New York.
It is absolutely
pure
and
tweet.
Parties who
have onco taken it prefer it to all others.—
Physicians have deciilcl it superior to any of
the other oils in market. Sold by all drug
gists.
Iiouon
be diversified with
SKIN,
PIM­
PLES, Ringworm, Salt Rheum, and all other
cutaneous affections enred, and tho Skin
made soft and smooth, by using tbe
Juniper
made by CASWELL, HAZARD &
Co., New York. Itismoro convenient and
easily applied than other remedies, avoiding
tho trouble of the greasy comnonnds now in
use. Sold bv all druggists.
PRIVATE medical aid. itead Dr. Widttier'a
advertisement.
HALLET, DAVIS & Co., Piano Forte Makers,
272 Washington street, Boston. Thirty-five
premiums awarded. Every instrument war
ranted for five years. Price less than and
other first-class make in the United States.
PROCLAIM the joyous news throughout all
tho land! Dr. Pierce's Alterative Extract, or
Golden Medical Discovery arrests and cures
Consumption in its early stages,and is a posi
tively sure and certain remedy for Bronchitis.
Laryhgitis, and all lingering Coughs. Sold
by druggists, or encloso three dollars and
twenty-five cents to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo,
N. Y., and get three bottles free of express
charges.
WE
WOULD call the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of the Chicago
Window Shade Company. Messrs. Bellamy
&, Haskins, Proprietors, which appears in
our advertising columns to-day. This is tbo
only exclusive Shade Houso in tho North
west. They manufacture their own goods,
therefore are enabled to offer everything in
ir line at tho very lowest possible prices.
Office and salesroom 90, Randolph st. Chicago,
One Dollar.
WEEKLY WISCONSIN.
On the 15th of September we shall com
mence tho publication of a finely written and
intensely interesting novel in the WEEKLY
WISCONSIN,
entitled:
PHEMIE KELLER.
A NOVEL.
BY F. G. TBAFFOBD.
The publication of this story will.be contin
ued about sixteen weeks, in tho usual serial
parts, at tlie conclusion of wliieh-wo shall
begin the publication of anew and original
novel of pioneer life, written expressly for
our paper, entitled:
OVER THE PLAINS,
BY MIGNONETTE.
Tho two stories will run through a period
of eight months, from week to week. During
this poriod, also, the WEKKLY
WIHOOXSIN
By the editor-in-chief of tho
will
LETTERS FROM EUROPE.
WISCONSIN,
who
during the whole period will bo traveling
abroad. Mr. CRAMER'S correspondence his
been an attractive feature of the WISCONSIN
for nearly a qnarter of a century, and we confi
dently expect his letters from Europe will be
the crowning work of his versatile pen.
Any person sending us 81.00 will receive the
WEEKLY WISCONSIN eight months, and all the
numbers containing the two novels above
complete.
Back numbers will be eent to all who re
quest it, up to the time of tho completion of
the first story.
Thus for $1.00 we will send the best weekly
paper in the Northwest for eight months, to
gether with two novels worth $4.00.
Encloso 1.00 and address ail letters care
fully to CRAMER, AIKF.NS & CRAMER,
Milwaukee, Wis.
One Dollar.
Nl)Kf.!C!ATF, aa well as obscene worda an
stories 1 utter, sour my Ron I, poison those who ha
tham, (partionlarly tbe young) and bring tbe lilood
their suuls on my own.
MARVIN'S PATENT
Alum & Dry Plaster, Fire
Fler.se
A
Koad or
Burglar Prool
SAFES.
WITH COMBINATION LOCK,
Warranted tbe best in tbe world. Never corrode the
iron. Never lone tbeir Pre proof qualities. Are tbe
onlv safe filled with Alum ana Dry Plaster.
call
tor an
illustrated
catalogue.
MARVIN ADO,
SNo.2HSBroadway,st,
No. New York.
No. 721 Chestnut Philadelphia.
108 Bank st. Cleveland, Onlo
Principal
Wareroomr No. 108 Bank st. Cleveland
(?l)ica(jo business Jltmtorij.
The following are among the prominent leading busi
naihouiet in their several departments:
CARPETINOS.
SNICKEBBON,934
Lake street, OarpetiugB,
Oil Cloths and Mattlnga, Wholesale aud ltetall.
Orders promptly filled.
MILLINERY GOODS.
|?I8Kt 1). fi.ft CO., 88 and 65 Lake at., whole.
1 sale dealers in Straw Goods, Millinery, White
Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Fancy Goods, 61 and 86
Lake street, Chicago.
PAPER ANFT RAOS.
AFLIN, BUTIiXSH ft CO., Dealers In
Li Paper, Printers' Stock, Aa Oaah Mid for
Ua«?. 42 aud Slate street, Chicago.
SHIP CHANDLERY.
R^XIIBBSBT HUBBABD CO., Manila,
VA tarred, steel iron wire rope, tar.piteh & oakum,
tackle block*,anchors A chains, 307
8. Water at Ohi.
TWINES AND CORDAGE.
fT.II.BEBT HUBBABD ft CO.
.cotton ft flai
twines all kinds, wool sacks A Burlaps, neta ft
seines, tents, covers A flags.207 S. Water at, Chicago.
PUlroaukef justness llimtori)
The following are among the prominent leading tnui
nem hotuet in their tmeral department):
ARCHITECTS.
ETOWNBEND
MIX. Designs for Church
and 8chool Architecture. ESTABLISBZD SINCE
1886.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A TKINS, BTEELE ft WHITE, Ezcln
I\. sive Wholesale Dealer* in Boots and Shoes. 331
East Waty Street, Milwaukee.
COFFEE. SPICES, AC.
WSpices,
ft J. O. FLINT, Teaa, Ground Coffeos,
Mustard, Cream Tartar.BlackiiiK. &c..
Star Mills, ISO West Water Street, Milwaukee/
CROCKERY.
DLAIB ft PBBSONB, Crockery A Cutlery
AJ Looking-Glasses, Lamps, and Curtain Papers
356 East Water street
DRUGGISTS.
JH.
TE8CH ft CO* Wholesale and Betall.
Manufacturing and Analytical Chemists.
Photographic Stock, IS Spring street
ENGRAVERS.
H. CIIABKH. Flour Brands, Seals, Stencil
•Dies and Tools, Key Cheek Dies, Gold Pens re
pointed. Bend for circular to Box
1006, Milwaukee.
FRUITS NUTS.
AB.
BIIANCHABD ft CO., General Deal
era and Commission Merchants in Toreign
and Domestic, Green and Dried Fruita, Can Goods,
Nuts, Ac., 800 East Water Street, Milwaukee.
FURNITURE.
VANKEE FUHMTTUBE BTOBE, Mat
thew Bros., Manufacturers and Dealers in Fur
niture and Upholstered Goods, 418 Eaat Water st.
GROCERIES.
EDIT ABD ft WOOD, fine Oreceries,Wines,
Liquors, Cigars and Canned Fruits. Agents
for Powell's Ale and Boyal Powder. 406
Milwaukee street
TYOTCHEB, BAIJIJ ft QOODBICH,
MJ Wholesale Grocers, 308 & 906 East Water street,
Milwaukee.
HARDWARE.
RWater8treet,
HANET, Importer and Wholesale Dealer
in Shelf Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails, Aa, 436
East Milwaukee.
JEWEJLRY.
AB.VAN
COTT, Dealer in first-class Jewel-
ry, Diamonds, Watches, Ac., Wisconsin street,
near East Water.
CH.PBEU8SEB
Ia•W.PIEBCB
ft BBO., Wholesale and
Betall Dealers la Watches, Clocks, Materials,
A a. Established In 1844. 488 But Water street
LUMBER.
ft CO., Wholesale ana Retail
Dealers In Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Pickets,
Timber, Cedar Posts, Ac. Office, 147 West Water
street, cor. Sycamore, Milwaukee.
MARBLE WORKS.
N
MEBBlIiIi ft CO., 313 Spring st., whole
sale Dealer and Manufacturer of all kinds of
Marble Work, Granite Hoofing Slate, Ac.
NOTIONS.
HS.MANVIIiLE,Notionsand
HS.BBOWiN.
White Goods,*
886 Main street, Milwaukee.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Bast
light In the oity, and best
photographs. Largest
assortment of frames and
photographic gooda In Wisconsin. 89 Wisconsin st
STATIONERY.
IVTOONAN ft McNAB, Dealers in all kinds
of Papers, Cards, Card Boards, Straw Boards,
Bags and Paper Stock, 106 Wisconsin street
TOBACCO CIGARS.
FP,
ADAMS ft CO*. Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers In Tobacco, Snuff A Cigars,
1, 3 A 6 Clybonrn Street Milwaukee.
85ra
3^
NAZBO'S
permanent.
turn yellow
99
WHITE LEAD
It tuperior to any other for durability, brilliancy,
unrivalled whiteneu, body or covering capacity.
It ia a chemical compound so perfectly arranged
that no atmospheric influences can damage or
change It
In all other Paints In use two to three years of
exposure, the oxygen in the atmosphere will draw
all the oil from the lead and leave nothing bnt a dry
powder which is washed off by rain, or it raises up
In blisters and scales off.
Hairs'! "Kngllsli" White Lead Is not
subject to these dsmsging influences. It ts a chemi
cal compound in which the above destructive pro
perties are so neutralised that the
oil it left pure and
Kairo's "English" Whit. Lead
by being in a darkened room, nor will it
turn dark by
exposure to noxious gasses, amonia, AC.
Kairo's '•KBgliih" Wbtte Lead has
nothing to rival lts nstural whiteness and it has the
beautiful and peculiar lustre of CHINA
GLOSS.
A
house painted with It will look better in ten yesrs
than if painted with any other in two or three years.
At it it warranted to be at repretented, you run no
ritk in purchasing it.
Uee no Other If Ton Want the Best.
"British" White Lead.
Some parties desire a cheaper Paint than our
•EKOLISH," and to supply this want we have the
•BBITISH," which Is a superior article for the price.
Ready-Made Golors.
We an Agents for
MASURY ft WHITON'S
CELEBRATED COLORS,
Ground in Oil and Mixed Ready for Use.
If you want to paint yonr house or barns and it is
not convenient to employ a practical painter you
can get your choice among forty shades of the finest
colors and best quality. As there are imitations of
these Paints be sure thst you buy this brand.
Farmers, Mill Owners, and all those wishing
White Lead or Colors, plesse apply to your mer
chants and require these and
take no other.
can at any time get a supply from
They
JOHN NAZRO&OO.
MILWAUKEE. WIS.
If yon want a good Stoga Kip Boot,
knf sis made by A, F. Clarke, Mil
waukee,
If yon want a good Gents' Kip Boot
that will wear two yean, liny one
made by A, F. Clarke, Milwaukee.
If you want a good heavy Calf Boot
that will do good service, bay one
made by A. F. Clarke, Milwaukee.
If you wantfe taaty, fine French Calf
Boot that will wear well, buy one
made by A.
F. Clarke. Milwaukee.
If yon want a splendid French Kip
Boot, bay one made by A.F.Clarke,
Milwaukee.
A. F. CLARKE,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES
330 fe 332 East Water Street,
MILWAUKEE,
Makes the beat custom work that ia
made in the! Northwest, and keepa a
foil line of Eastern work also.
Country merchants give me a eall.
I will sdl you 5 per cent, leaa than
any ChioaSo House. aprtt eowist
FARMERS!
Ugs Mannrcs npon jaar whsi
BAUOH'8 RAW BONE Si
the Fall.
PHOSPHATE,
sstabliihad In tbe Kaat aa a standard for 16 years, is
Fertilizing
manure tor
now also manufactured by tbe Northwestern
Uo.,atOhieaaa Thabest and chraueatma]
crop* HandTorcircular. NORTHWKSTKRN
T1S1Z1NU OO 9t0 Soutb Water street, Oblcaco, III.
MATTER OF DISEASE
At thfu time, whtfii so many
nil
sveiy hour they are retained we may become worse and
Brandretb's Pills are sure and address themselves to
the work as soon ss swallowed, often curing by a single
dose. In affections csussd by a two fnll habit of body
and in rotsntion of natural evacuations tbeir ass is
often life-ssvinji. AII sre concerned to knew this for
all are subject to sudden ssvere attacks of disease,
where this little knowledge may cave life. Secure,
then
yonr health by taking out impuritiea from tbe blood,
B. BRANDRETH.
Brandreth's Pills ars sold by all druggists, who nni
vsrsaliy recommend them as safe and beyond belief
curative.
Principal Office. Brandreth House, N. Y.
I
ATS
ailing, it i» well to be
rightly advised as to tho management pf ojr lioaMj
That frim withiu or without there ia generated in man
occasionally, a humor hostile to hia health is admitted.
BRANDBXTH'S FILLS
are its opponent and couqneror. Tbey mildly bnt surety
eipol imparities from tbs bowels and from the blood,
'i'lie question of fact ia proved liy the testimony of mil-
lious of mnn and women. Kvery one suffering from
any aickness, especially pains in the limbs, low spirits,
headache, oostireness, colds, influenzs, rheumatism,
dizziness, sbnuld give tbem a trisl. 1 point with eon*
fldonce lo long duration and tbsir wide-spread rspnts
tion as proofs*positive of their psrfsct innocsnce and
eterling worth.
REMEMBER,
sickness conies from matters hostile to health. To set
well these must be removed as qnickly as posaibls, for
WM, A. POND&CO.,
Piano- Forte and Music Heslers, No. 647 Broadway, Nsw
York. Established nearly fifty years.
PIANO-FORTES
of our own make, equal to any. and prices moeh lower
than those of other nrst-clsss houses.
Th9 Parlor Gem 7 Octave Piano,
in handsome rosewood cases, medinm size, is the hand
somest and beBt Piano ever made, and the prices
exceedingly low every instrument fully warranted five
ears send for price-list. We have always on hand all
mde of Uusioal Instruments in great variety,
BAND INSTRUMENTS
of Brass and German Silver, warranted correct in tone,
at prices much below other manufacturers.
VIOLIN STRINGS.
We Jceep the very choicest and best strinrs that ars
mads. Price per sot, for best Violin. SI for Guitar,
tIJII mailed, postage paid.
Sheet Music and Musical Works.
Our oatahwue embraces over six tbonssnd different
pieces, snd is immensely popular. New mnsio publish
ed every day, and mnsio mailed postage paid, when tbe
marked price ia remitted.
JUST PUBLISHED.
The new Elementary Piano Method,-by Jean Manns
snd Henry Kleber. The simplest and most progres
sive and best work ever published. Price, $2.DO.
Nine O'clock in the Morning,
rbe New School Singing Book, used in the pnblio
Schoolsof New York. Price 60
eta. Splendid discount
to Teachers and others who introduce the above works.
Bend for catalogue and price-list. Agents wanted.
WM. A. POND A CO.. fr!7 Broadwav. Nsw York
DR. WHITHER.
A
REGULAR GRADUATE OF MKDIOINK.
as diploma at office will sbow, has bsen longer
engaged in tbe treatment of Venereal. Sexual and
Private Dueases than any other physioum St
Louis.
Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Orchitis
Hernia, and Rupture all Urinary Diseases and
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and Haud Pumps,
133 La Salle Street, Chicago.
IEntablialifcd at Hcticca Falls, N. V. in Jc45.
JOHN H. KEYSER & CU.
FURNACES, RANGES & STOVES,
New York City.
IS Booth Fiftb streot.
6t. brats. Mo,
tW Bend for Uircnlar.
178 Stato street/
Chicago, XI!,
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cfRlw3 £8aii34w
COUEGE TE*T500KS
ASBHV1ES STttEST.CH
SVatioiial Series $cbool rooks,
BKanteith's Geographies,
Varker & Watson's Readers,
Watson's Independent Readers,
Davies' Arithmetics,
Clark's Grammars,
And orer 890 other educational ttftt bsol s.
BTCATALOGUES SK.NT FEE 15.
Address A. S. BARNES & CO.,
111 State Street, Chicago, 111.
(Successors lo J. E. Reed & Co.,)
82 Lake Street, Chicago,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN
PURE DRUG
STANDARD CHEMICALS,
Fancy Goods, Pore Dye Stuffs,
Window Glass, Glasswor,o
Soda Ash, Canstio Soda,
Japonica, Paints,
Oils, etc, cto.
Oldest Drug House in the West.
Established in 1844.
DEAL ONLY IN THE BEST OF GOODS,
Bpec'ai attention given to
MANUFACTURER'S SUPPLIES.
WK ARE AGENTS FOR
Morse's Soda Fountains,
Pure Drugs Low Prices! Quick hales.'
Oall snd est our Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders by msil will be priced as low as if bought in
BANCS BROTHERS,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
BARSTOW COOKING RANGE,
Bantow*s New Cooking Store and Stewart's Parlor
StOf*. Hot Air Furnaces, Tailor and Lanndry .Sinvno,
Tattlers Registers and Ventilators, Ae., No. 1E6 State
street, Ohlcsgo, III. Send for circular.'
CHICAGO WINDOW SHADE GO.
BELLAMY & HASKGNS,
Msnafactnrers and jobbers in Window Shades, Table
and Floor Oil Cloths, Hollands, Cords, Tassels, Fix
tores, Ae. Also manufacturers of Cottage as Rust ie
Bbsdea. 80 Randolph street. Chicago.
BLISS & BROWED,
Wholesale snd Retail Dealers in Portable and Brick
HOT AIR FURNACES,
For wood, hard or soft coal, Cooking Ranges, COD Wine
sad Heating Stores, Baltimore Heaters, end contract
ors for sll kinds of hot air oipin? for churches, school
bouses snd private dwellings. Particular attention
paid tobeatingchurches, dwellings, Ac., in the country.
158 Stat* Street. Chicago, 111.
CT* Seed for Oirenlar.
LOCKS AND
LATCHES
FULL SIZE OF KEY,
Store Door, Closet, Chest Desk & Drawer
LocksJlim and Mortise Latches.
TERW1IXIGER & CO.,
8* WashisEton St., Chicago, 111.
The Advertisers' tiulde is a handsome pamphlet
Of nearly 3G0 psges, which has recently been issued hy
Measra. Cook, Ooburn A Co., of this city, general uevrs
pspsr sdrertisiag agsnts. Tbe pairphlet is rendered
very valuable to large advertisers by its admirable
First, there is list of the prominent daily newspapers
of ths west then lists of sgricultnral aad religious
pnbliestlons following there ia a comprehensive litt of
sll tbe newspapers, great and email, throughout Uio
coon
try, arranged by atates. This arrangement w.ll
enable the advertissr to seleet readily the journals in
tbe particular locslitv which ho desires to reach.
THE
Weed Family Favorite
Ai
M*perfeoted,istheBESTand
For
ALL KINDS
gooda to the
MOS EEMABLK
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
of family work now in u«e. It wi!) ,l.i a
T.ANM BAKOE
of work, eewine from the
UOHTIST
HKAVII'HT U. AVJTII
cloth or
RUDDICK
LKATIIKI!.
with­
out ohange
oi Neodlee, Thread or Tension. it iseiiupie
and not liable lo g.-t nut of order. It has a straight,
needle and makrs ho Lock Stitch.
Responsible gentx wanted in every county. A lib
eral dieoouut to \e trade. Send for price list and
terms to GKO. G. THOMAS ft CO., 131 Lake »ir«ot,
ints for the Northwest. jl2s Sic
STEAM ENOSNL
The most Compact, the Simplest, and
Cheapest, in this country or abroad.
Ths rated power snd best workinansuip guaranteed.
BEANY, SON & CO.,
G. W. BALL, Ag't, Chester, Fa,
Offioe 71 Broadway, N. Y.
Sole Manufacturer)?,
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The Empire Triumphant
The superior merits of these Sewing Machines are
Bowsstsblishsd bsv
prises stsvsc? fair
The stltoliss are
Maohinas run noisslsss, perfectly easy, and do tb
largsst range of work.
Agente required: liberal discounts allowed. Sand
deeis eowtsm 9B4 Bowery, Nsw

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