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l»y C. D. STUART. Not lo be West with warrior strength, To wield the sword and wear the glaive, Or rise to conqueror's fame at length, Proclaims the good orrankesthe brave. To have the power to bide the scorn, And lise above the halo and strife Of those to wealth and title born. Is the crown'd courage of our life. What are the swords that prop a king— The banners in his army's van To strength of soul, that dares to spring And show the monarch in the mm Kings an! the mightiest men of aims, Strong as the heads of realms they bido. Sport as they may with fortune's charms. They are like leaves upon the tide. In dim of old sepulohcrs they he, The feast of silence and decay, While the true world-heart beateth high And thrones itself upon today. Give me the man whose hands have tossed The corn-seed to the mellow soil, Whose fiiet the forest depths have crossed, Whose brow is nobly ciown'd with toil. E.N. CASS AN I»IS HOUSE The following is from the Washing ton correspondence of the New York Herald Next to the President, Lewis Cass, Secretary of State, probably received more calls than any other personage in Washington. This venerable states man, who was the compeer of Clay, Webster, Calhoun, Juukson, Benton and other illustrious men whose names are imlellibly written upon Hie page of our country, like them, will soon be resting in eternal slumber, although he showed remarkable vitality and vig or on new year's day. The illustrious Sjcretary lives in a Brown stone house, not far from the White House, which is about sixty feet front and about seventy feet in depth. Gen. Cass is reputed to beeditor: worth five millions of dollars, His house is beautifully furnished, the se tees and chairs being covered with blue and white damasked silk. The marble medallions, statuary, paintings, and other features of art which de corate the walls and various riches in "his house, are said to be valued at four hundred thousand dollars. A mon£f. tho«o gems of art are the fol lowing:—Mar ble medallion of St. Peter and St Paul, which belonged to the Church of St. Peter, in Montorio, which was built by Cooaiantinc over the spot where St. Peter was crucified. They were brought by Major Cass while on a visit to General Oudinot, the French commander. Original me dallions of white marble, in superb frames, highly enameled, of Innocent XI. and Leo obtained bv General Cass from the Monastery of Camaldol lis. Twelve medallions, in superb frames, representing the Saviour, Vir gin, and some of tHa Apostles. Thev belonged to tho Church of St. Paul, which was the first Christian church built in Rome. They are masterpieces. A crucifix, which belonged to Cardi nal Antonclh, the Papal Secretary of state—-very rich. Paintings— St. Agnes with her lamb," an original, bv Guido Romano "St. Appollomia,'' who suffered martydora by the extrac tion of her teeth—obtained from the gallery of Cardinal Oriol "Tho Holy Family," an original, by Vanncia' "Return of Columbus from his first voyage "The Madonna," an original, by Carlo_ Dolce, bought by general others of like value and historic inter est, which were scanned by the many visiters who called upon him to wish him "A happy new year." vvteuv or me rnvzor ii cooiiirj From tho National Intc'H^oncer. The mail yesteraay brought na a pamphlet of soma iiftv pages, all the way trom 'Victoria, capital of the Ter ritory of British Columbia. It pur ports to have been written to vindi cate the eonntry an-1 colony from rash arifl prejudiced aspersion, sind to show Why so much disappointment and suf fering wero experienced by those who went to the Frazer River in search of gold. It asserts as the first cause of disappointment the rush from Califor nia of a great number of miners at a season of the year (last June) when the river is always full by melting of mows. Had tho same been under taken four or five months earlier, when the river is low and its numerous bars exposed, it is suggested that a fair de gree of success may have been at tained, as is now actually the case.— The second source of mishap is chare cd to the selection of ports of supply on Pnget Sound, as Port Townsend and Watcom, too distant by laud trav el from the actual miniug spots but now that victoria, on Vancouver Isl and, with a good harbor, has been used, the supplies are forwarded with comparative ease! The writer of the Slay amphlets is no friend of the Hudson company, and only moderately so with the Governor, yet he asserts that law and order reign. More than for any other purpose it is his design to vindicate the country from being a bad or even indifferent gold field, and states that during November last nearly half a million dollars worth of gold dust was gathered there. The writer re presents Victoria as a really flourish ing town of four thousand inhabitants, with fifty-odd streets paved or plankod and lighted at night, with two good brick hotels, twenty or thirty restaur ant*, steamboat* built and launched, and all without taxes or public debt. He sets down the total proceeds of the river and dry diggings of the country ap to the end of October last at 91,. •00,000 A New way ol' Pitying Subsetiptions. A correspondent gives the following amusing account of the way a farmer was taught how cheaply he could take the papers. The lesson is worth pon dering by a good many men we "wot of:" "Mr. D-* I have brought you the proceeds of that hen." It was amusing to see the peculiar expression of the editor as he followed the farmer down to the wagon. I could hardly keep my risibles down. I O E COXLO.HBS. I have no patience with those for eigners, male, or female, to Whom America yields (what they could never earn elsewhere) brt'ad ard butter, and who wilile in the very act of swallow ing it, abuse everything American in round terms, and institute constant and inviduous comparisons between this and the old country." Our littera ture, forsooth, is bad and so are our government, our food, ottr manners, our religion. In short, this is the most detestable land that ever was discov ered. And yet, marvelous to relatfj those grumblers condescend to stay in it,—though we have the charity to be lelive, th wc not obliged to. a=! You have hens at home of course. Well, 1 will send you my paper one year tcr, the proceeds of a single hen for one season, merely the proceeds.— It seems preposterous to imagine the products of a single hen will pay thetheir subscription perhaps it wou't, but make the offer." "Done e.vclamed farmer I agree to it," and appealed to me as a witness to the fact. ,f. The fanner went away apparently much elated with the conquest, and the editor went on his way rejoicing, Time roiled on, and the world re volved on its axis, and the sun moved in its orbit just as it formerly did, the' farmer received his paper regularly,tgreal and regailed himself ith the informa tion from it. lie not only knew the affairs of his own country, but became conversant upon the leading topics of the day, and the political and financial convulsions of the times. His child ren delighted too, in perusing the con tents of their weekly visitor. "In short, he said, he was surprised at the pro gress in himself and family in general information." Sometime in the month of Septem ber, I happened up again in the office, when who should enter but our old friend farmer 'How do you do, Mr. said the editor, extending his hand, and his countenance lit up with a bland smile take a chair sir, and be Seated fine weather we have." "Yes sir, quite tine indeed," answer ed the farmer, shaking the proffered "paw" of the editor, ami then a short silence ensued, during which our friend hitched his chair backward and forward, twirling his thumbs ab stractedly, and spit profusely. Start ing up quickly, he said, addressing the When at the wagon, the farmer commenced handing over to the editor the products of tho hen, which on be ing counted, amounted to eighteen pullets, worth a shilling each, and a number of dozen of eggs, making in the aggregate, at the least calculation, $2,50, one dollar more than the price of the paper. "No need," said he, "ofmen not taking a family newspaper, and paying for it, too. I don't miss this from my roost, yet I have paid for a year's sub scription, and a dollar over. All folly, sir there is no man but can take paper it's charity, sir charity, yon know, commences at home." But" resumed the editor, I wiil pay for what is over, the subscription. I did not intend this as a means of profit, but rather to convince you. I will pay you for—" "Not a bit of it, sir a bargin is a bargin, and I am already repaid, sir— doubly paid, sir, and whenever a neigh bor makes the complaint I did, I will relate to him the hen story Good day, gentlemen." I abhor this detestable whiuning, this fourth-rate dilution, these grandil oquent aris of locomotive snob-ocraoy. These are the fellows who pull up their shirt-collars, talk knowingly of Lord and Lady, This, That and the Other.' Of" what I saw in England," or France, or Switzerland who g" tiptoeing through creution with their noses in the air, fearful of a sniff of plebianism. I have no patience with them and their conceited, con comical airs.—If. Y. Ledger. FAXJJY FJEBX. Towx TREASURER KII.LKD WHILE ATTEMPTING TO KOB HIMSELF.—The Oconomowoc Free Press learns from a source, which it considers reliable, that the Town Treasurer of Krin, Washing ton county, attempted to rob himself of the funds belonging to the town.— He told his wife he was going to a dis tant part of the village, and that he would not return until the nerft day. Soon after he had left a pedlar stopped at the house, and as he was a friend, he obtained lodging for the night The wife, unwittingly put him into the room which contained the money. A bout ten o'clock hearing a noise, she arose and opened the door, when three men rushed in with their faces black ami otherwise disguised. Threaten ing to shoot her ft she raised an alarm, ihey went upstairs to the pedlar's room and attempted to break in the door. After repeated trial it gave Way, and as the foremost robber sprang in, the pedlar fired a revolver, killing him, when the other two fled. Upon examining the body of the robber, it was found to be that of the Treasurer himself. Society, like silk, mast be viewed in all its situations, or its colors will deceive, tm CHANGED HIS PW.HJKLH SVNTI MKW,—In ourlocal* column, yester day, we recorded an instau.ee of a Ger man married woman. eloping with- a strapping negro, to the great disgljst and affliction of the German husband. It is said that trie latter lh$s heretofore %6?li aRepublican of tjlf JfaufesaWek and Mot'rtor stamp, who have preached that a negro was as good as a white man, if no: better. This practical ne gro equality has changed his senti intents, and he is now down on those abolition apostles, and attributes to erroneous teachings his unfortun ate affliction.-n Cin^ Eiiq. Cdgf^ Siberia has been civilized by the exiles sent thither, and by volunta ry emigration from Russia, till nearly, four out of the five million of inhabi tants ol that region are Europeans or of European descent, more fortunate than their Western brethren in this, that there is not a serf among them.— Siberia is fast becoming a "place of eommereial importance. Its provimity to Oregon and California, will give it a trade which will soon make it one of the most active por tions of the great Russian empire.— The ice. used in San Francisco was formerly obtained from the Atlantic States, it now comes from Siberia, af fording constant employment to half a dozen ships. A a puplUhos lines of the great epic upon general Jackson "When y«»u sec their eyes glisten, then, my men fire! Where the last dying words of A. Jack son. Esquire.'' FOR WARDING MER CHANTS MESE.10LE & McLAItEN, STORAGE, FORWARDING $ Commission Merchants, A E N E A TB AMBOAT AGENT S E WIXK, MINNESOTA. ALL groda.,sliould be marked to our care Immediately, tho owiier will be notified of their arrival. Mnrchaudis* «r produce consigned to us fur salo, will be sold for Cash only. REFEft TO CONSTANT A STEVENSON. St. rani, Mc INTIJIE. A SIIELOON. Red 'ling, BOVNTON A SMITH, Mihvaitkeo, II. .1. NAZUO A CO. April -24. 1S5S. 90 tf I I ItIC E Storage Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Ul'PElt LANDING, RED WING, MIN. Will attend promptly to all business entrusted to him. MCINTIKE «fe SHEI io?^Rcd Wi'ig, Minn. WEATIIEKBT & ALLEN, J. VI SMITH, l«H LORUMN & Co., (ralenn. 111. .1. I*. FAKLET &~Co.,.l>uhuqiio.'!lowa. II. P. WIBOBO & Co., Falton City. SNTUEB&CO., WHISB & Co., BLAKELY Co.. Dmloith. 111. BLAKEI.Y & BCKBANK. St. Paul,Minn. Bed Win?. March 27, IS5S. S6tf' AT LITTLEFIELD'S Baker? & Eating Saloon, 'PIIKUE is constantly on hand and for sale, good assortment of BUEAD OYSTERS, PIES. LOBSTERS, CAKES. SARDINE*, CRACKERS, PICKLES JELLIES, CIGARS, PRESERVES. TOBACCO, CIDEH. BOTTLED BEER. &<•.. fce. All of which will be sold -s'ow as can be Konccht in Minnesota. Wedding or other parties supplied withCaVc or complete tiippcrs. Also, board b.» tho day or wcelt. Meals at alllionrs A G. LITTLEFIELD. l*o«l Wins. Oct. 17. 1S57. «.|.y iaass!SMi-& mm t=a A HICKMA N & DRO.,one doorsouth 1* of the' Kelly !I6uso, iiro now in receipt of afresh arrival of VIINES, A E matrons AftDCIftARS of every variety, with which wo will accom modate onr Town and Country customers, at at Wholesale and Retail also, we have, now some niw I I A TABLES, ii our chamber, if hope to merit, the patronajfo. of the erected nj our chamber with first clasa flx 'troifj public row coming to our iown. aim would ten- turft«. dor our thanks to OOT friends of Rod Wing and the surrounding country. Wo say, 'UiXILIL Ai51p SIE'-E TU3. IilCKMA N O E S Red Wing, May 30,1857. -. '. 45y Steam Engine '•piIE^ubacriber has a first rate Steam Engine I of tbirtar horse nower. whi«-h he will «o'.l on very liberal torms if application be made'soos Successor toJtrouju, BetcKer AaJkon DSAXER IN A W A E OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. STOVES, IRON, NAILS, PAINTS OIL, GLASS, SASH A N DOORS, TIN, WOOD and-WILLOW W A E O.FFERS to the people of (.TOodhnc and stir— founding counties Ins extensive stock of (TOOIIS. unequalled incize and variety-inSouth rn Minnesota. I offerit fyf ,. •..-, CASW AT REDUCED.PRICKS. BrontMre«t'.,RcttptftMii,Mhin. 9S**s A r.»i me imilder. UA-Rp^'ARBfurfhe ntechnuic. A W A E for th4 Fanner. HARDWAR E lor the million, at NAIL^o TllKAM BROWN'S Successor of B.. B. & A. I IMPROVEMENTS —Though our City! \J Council seems to have B-ond sJicct under its special fond care, yet people should ln.t feol any SITU,lcs abi.nt travel ling over itsornumun tal surface. Gcntkmen^ifyoii have to buy any Hardware. oomoCIo the .old stand of Brbwii, Betulier & A*btofiUand I'AvilJ nay vou butha trouble. 11. BROWN. Successor of B.,B. & A. all sizes from $4 per keg upwards TRON—an extensive, assortment «t «ViqH I IUJ111 11. BROWN'S, Snccossor of !,, B. & A. NEW FALL AN WINTER GOODS At the old Stand of I & S E O N S CASH STORE. WE arc now in receipt of a large and splcn lid assortment of DRY GOODS, GIIOCEIUKS. puoyisiox.v .: 1 BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, STONE and GLASS. WAUK &c. Also a fine lot of SILVER AXD PLATED WARE, 0 & SILVER WATCHES, GOLD LOCKETS, GOLD & SILVER (ill PENCILS, tojrotl er with a geuer.il assortment of JEWELKY OUR STOCK OF 'MmM&* cannot.bo excelled in STTLEahd BEADTVin (ioodhuu .Oouiity. aud wiit. be sold OlltlAPEU tbait ihuy have ever been ottered in this Mar ket berutu. The Ludksiiio ie«pectfuilv invi twd tooiiiLk a«fl uxuluiUe v«w iw»tf» oeloie pur iu.ipgulsuwhuic. raOGERIES! *?7i are prepared to sell Groceries at wholesale and retail J^)W. fhcy bon?hr forCASH. ar,^ will he hold.on tho.,sani6.terms. A good stock alway* on haiid. satisfaction guoran teed in every instance. Jtemembtr that Uar.it •o II b(nigh are 'mlftold. WillflndLwecanaupnly their trade ns low as hey can ihjiRbcdow. v« \ingFreishtan 1 Exa in es. We solicit an. examination of our £t ck. We haveal«o a good stock of. PAINTS. 0IL8. PUTTY ''•/". and SASH, and shall keep a constant supply on hand. TERMS CASH or Good Bankable Paper. MtsINTIRE cfi SHELDON. J. MCINTIKE, T. B. SuttDOJf. 91tf Wholeaale Dealer in Hides, McINTIRE* SHELDON, Agents. Red 'Wing,, Minnesota. 83T Farmer* and all others having any of tka find it to thnii above articl.-s to dispose of will advantage to cull as above. 8^-tf I'Fgentleman,tand WM. FREEBORN. Red Wing, W arch 20,1858. U%f. HT yon want be well used and. treated like a receive th» worth of your money,call at L. F. llano nexsox's, -oa rinm street. R*dWing,jHly«4,lf58. 108tf RED WMJVG Hardware Store! E. LEAKER, (Successor to T. J. Cooper,) WlIOT.ESALK AND RETAIL DEALKH 1JJ Hardware, Tinware, STOVES BUILDERS-HARDWARE, &C.,&C. His stock of I O N is coiiipletc.consistingof Peru, iSligo, Swedish, English, and American Refined. Farmers will do well to examine his stock Agricuthfrul'-Implements I Including Plows, Cultivators, Reapers, Mow ers, Seed Dii'ls, Cradles, Scythes, Rakes,&c His stock of Tin, ZjMeliron and Japancd Ware, Is the largest in town, and he is constantly manufacturing, having the best and most experienced WORK \i EN, he is prepared to do to order all kinds of Sheet Irdiiy'Tin, and Copper Work. .Of thepe his assortment is nnsurpassed, PARLOR STOVES OFFICE STOVES, U.Ui 1858. 1859. Foot & Sweaey. WHOLESALE AN E A I DEALERS IN LEATIIEU& FINDINGS, DO 9 Mechanics' Tools, Rnilriing Materials, Sash Glass. Agricultural Implements, &ci. has the pleasure of ott'orinjr id the citizens of Red Wing and the .sunonmling country, the LA KG l-.ST, REST, A 0 EA PEST assortment of Goods in his* line ever offered to their notice, comprising every variety .of SHELF HARD WAR!' NAILS, VICES, EL LO W S, ANVILS, I S CHAINS, HYDRAULIC R\SIS. trv lJ Sr E.A E MILL WHEELS, I CROSSCUT SAWS, FILES, AXES, "SCALE S GRINDSTONES, thc HOTEL STOVES, Low and elevated oven COOK STOVES of every size, style, pattern and dimension in the universe, all of wh-ch he holds at prices lower than was ever bej"i)se offered, Get ready for winter, and for winter's work and sport. SLEIG11 SHOES, HOUSE SHOES, SLEIGH I5ELLS, SKATES, Wllli'S SADDLERY HARDWARE, a.«.d every thing necessary or useful for the season. His terms1 arr ca*h! his prices Howl His principle is to do riyjtf and sell c!5».i|», lt« en ulcs- of the Consequences. And such as are in wantof anything :n the Hardware lini are requested to give him a call before, purchasing elsewl ere, they will save money by so doing. I*. I. It Main street. Red Wing, Nov. 6, 1858. BOOTS & SHOES, READY 3FADE CT.OTIITNG, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS 0''IK A RUBBER GOODS, 3TATIONAItY, JEWELRY & NOTIONS, &c, &c, ai-d jnst iredfeivihgtheif FALL & WINTER To which they call thc attention of CASH BUYERS. Their stock is very large and complete and consists of the best quality of goods in their line to be uuind in titniket. For the fairness of tha prices please give them an examination and satisfy yourself. fM Boots & Shoespli Manufactured to order and REPAIRING done on short notice." FOOT & SWENEY, Main St., next door to the new Brick Block Bed^j^. (ict^aO, 185B. tl6ty hi Red Wing, Sept., 1837. The arrangement of the chairs will be as fol lows K.St. O N M. !., Frofessorof Anatomr and rhvsiologrr. K.JjUD^i 31. l»., Professor cfChemiotrv and Pharmacy. A. llOUs",W 1., Professor of Surgery. C. II. CLICVKLANI), JH. Professor of Materia Medica and Thcrnpcuties Wm. Ml Kit WOOD. M. !., Professor of Medical Practice and Patltolo'gy. IUJCIIAN N I. !., Emeritus Professor of Cerebral Physiology and 'Institutes of Medicine*. .toiirv KINO, »., rofessor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Woman and Chiidren. Tin* Terms (or tb.« «-—•—.-W*ii no tnc same as hcrctolore, viz:—Matiuulatioii. S5.0'.— Tuition. *2«.0-». Ucmonstrator's Ticket. ^5-00. Every Student i- required to engage in dissec tion one session before graduation.) Oradua ution. $25,00. Ticket to Commercial Hospital, (optional §5.00. 0 S I 0 N I Mill" NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES! -. i—Li— iT bath GOOD TO YOUR NEIGHBOR, and inform him in all brother* loVe, and request him to extend the information,' of the GREA REVOLUTION At the Mercantile Establishment formerly owned and occupied H. & W..B. Be van*. ^SAAC GREE having purchased the entire stock of Goods formerly belonging to H. L. A W.B. Bovaus. proclaims himself sole ruler and proprietor «*f the Mercantile Establishment situated on Main street. J39~ Next door to the Boat Office. and hereby makes known the world that ho ha* opened war upon the MINNESOTA TRADE, BACKED BY THE Combined Eastern & JWestem Market* The Flag is unfurled to the broezo, on which is inscribed PAIR I N I ON EST DEALIlfft. EstablUhment will be conducted npon 1'KINCIPLE, and Goods oflered for sale l»w a» he lowcHt. My Btock of Merchandise ranks among tho First in the West. To the well known --^*»,nAn» iw».u.*«A,«w MCQ by &. «fc W. B. Be\ aus,l have made, and »b»llcontinBt*t© WlA ¥ALUABLB ADDITIORfS, Which will enable me to offer to tho public a collection of Goods which, for Richnesa and Variety can hardly be equaled in the West, and which I pledge mysclt to sell as can be bought WJCBT OF CIIICAOO. In conclKsion, I would ay that my stock is Full and Complete. Embracing all theV.rieties usually fonnd in a Western Store—all of which has been r,« hasod upon terms w!ich enable mc to sell at prices which Astonish all who Purchase. 1 am aware that the Public have been surfeited with Humbug Advertisements until thair faith is somewhat shaken in them that it is easy to make nattering declarations to the people, tkat in their Performance lias thc TTTCf O TTAP.i My Motto therefore is t» SELL GOODS AS CHEAP AS I CAN AFFORD THEM. At the same time giving my customers every accommodition in mv power, promising than nothing but what I thereby tru»tine that they wiilin turn observe thc Coldcn Rule—Whatsoever vo would that othersshould do unto you cove even sounto them Give me a call and see. probably for the first time in yonrlifc a merchant who will Live up to what he Advertises. RomemVor that Money is easier saved than earned that if yon have only a PIMF to spend yon tan get your MONEY'S WORTH BV PpnCilASIKG AT THE The Ecleclk f'olu^e of Medicine. I N I N N A I O I O TWednesd'iy. HK SnsiNO SKSSIOVOJ" 1?5P -.I ill commence on the Sttli of Feb^nary and contin ue sixteen weeks. A lull and thorough course of Letr.ilres wiil be iriven. bc.ciipyii'.jr six ortotal seven hour daily, trlth'gbod ojipoituiiiiios for attention to pra"ti«-iil Anatomy, an I with am ple Clinical facilities ut tho Conimercial Hos pital. STORE KEPT BY C2iv I S A A E E Tho Lecture-Rooms are r.cwlvfinished. neat, 'l^iL'f^^'Ti. 'm-"Uf ^hation' and comfortable, and in a central lotfclfo Collcee Mall. Walnuti Street)i, where• student.s TE E COLLEG E ^UMAL #. »ICAL SCIENC A should be directed to' H! CLEVELAND. Publisher, 10»y 1»9 Seventh Street Cincinnati, O. ConsRiuptivts do not Despair! tS" AN OLII INDIAN Doc- O P*n** Riujsi'j whilein Missionary amor.g the In dians of the Rocky Moun CURED. tains, discovered A E ThAffTi that proves to be a certain cure for Consump- A Bronchitis, Asthma. CONSUMPTION Liver Ooinphunt, Nervous Affections, Coughs, Celds, CURED Hu-ving now made his fortune and retired from bnsines. he will -.end the prescription and direct! *ns CONSUMPTION £'r lr«p.»in.£r the medicine feet/ cltarge to all who do sire it. and will send to his CURED. agent, endowed two stamps (6 ccnt), to pay the return letter, with a description of ^vv.iiauV».ii.Uii..i*^«»?r symptoms. The Old CONSUMPTION Doctor hascared mere than 8.000 caeia o/ Cncmn.ti.n alone, an*! hopes all afflict OUlUiU. a selves nf this opportunity, as the Doctor wishes to do] CONSUMPTION "U £Ko 8°°d be can before| he dies. Address all letters to. DANIEL ADEE. CURED. Box?o31P.O.nsTewVork, Who is aole agent. PURE UNA VL 'i ERA TED LIQUORS! The undersigned bus jnst recci ved a large Inydee.oPPUKK BRANDIES, GINS & WINKS, tly. im\m*jimmwmi\ ^.. hieh he offers at low figures, at Wholesale except in cases of sickness or extreme ne eessitjr. B. B. POOT. EAR and ETC. DEAFXESS—TOTAL OR PARTIAL, EXT1REL REMO YED! DRtion. JJ ENWOOD Sr.. begs to call the atten of those suffering nnder a partial or loss of the sense of hearing to the following facts, io treats disease? of the middle and in ternal oar with m-dicntcd douches, such as is pruct'sed in the Intirmaries of Berlin. Lcipsic, *Hm8«els. Hamburg and Petersburg, and latelv by the most distinguished London aurists, with thc r,u tt Mmier id snecttt indeed, it is the only method that has been universally successful. The best proof of thc efficacy "of this treat ment will bo a reference to nearly nine hundred nmies. residents of tho United States, Canada. New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, who havo been restored to acurato hearing, and not a single solitary case to our knowledge, did wo fail to effect a partial or a total restoration the hearing, when our advices and instructions were faithfully and punctually adhered to.— Many who could not hear the report of a pistol at arm's length, can now hear watc brat at' lh linti iff-vrfet. In cases of Muceus ac cumulation in the Eustachion tubeand Tympa num inflammation of the mnevt memhtane, ner voneuffeethniif: diseases of the membrane tpmpa uia. culled the "llrmn.''«••. •*!•••»--*fco disease .mi oc traced to the effect of /even or aide, the use of quinine or myreurdl medicine gathering* in tho of cht'd i-if.d. &c. this treatment stands •re-*mrnnt. When the auditory eafial i» dry and scaly, with little or no secretion, when tho deafness ia accompanied with noise in the ear, like fiiUi'Hj water, chirp nj oj ineecte, ringin E tf water, chirr) rig of ineeete, ringing of 4 7 a *Jlt. W¥ *ad had -. .i tae wnc tn ncannir is fas acute intaken dull hnd it convenient to call on their arrivaj. t7i ., or T. Tickets for the session may be obtained of the this method ft: eating the diee-tee is infaillible.' Dean if the Fa.t.lt)t. at his otHcc. No. 11-"! Smith In deaf and dumb cases, rnv experience warrants Sttcet.orof rrpf...C. II. CIKYKLAND. &cret,inyImcin saying that if the hearing wan good at fifths faculty,h*. 1 Sit Seventy street, near Elm. any time, much can be accomplished. lath lt^y- JOHN K1NU. M. P.. Dean. Jdcuf and dumb school* at Lcip.MC, on^ofaclaaa iV™eded llwrrui-Y MAOAZINE of 4S pages, conducted Dr. E. begs explicitly, to state that in thova by the Faculty of Thc Eclectic College of cases he undertakes, he guarantee a successful Medicine, is published at One Dollar a Year, \resuit— complete restoration''of the sense, or payable in advance. 'JVbo/yoluiuc of. the Jvr-' such a marked improvement as wi'l he perfectly not commences with1 the year. CommnuW-1 satisfactory, if hit) remedies are faithfully appli tioiit.for subscription, or for specimen numbers, jed and directions udheard to applicants will «!—.. please state their age. dnration of the disease, if matter issues from the external passage, if there aie noi cs in the ears', state of general health, and whai they suppose to have been the cans* of the de».fnes».' When the hearing is restored it is expected that those in easy, circumstances will contribute libfirally. ia 't^/jf &•** ALL DISKASB OF THE EYE, successfully treated by the application »t Mdu-HU'd Vapor*, Arc, an infalliblo and painless treatment for diseases of the Eye, sc ute or vhronic—Cataract, Specks, Inflamma tion. Film and Weakness or Vision. Orannia tion of the Lids, Ulceration of the Lachrymal Glands, &c. To the astonishing and gratify ing effects of this treatment, the child, ths mth, those of mature npc as well as those far advanced in life, all bear testimony to the won derfully renovation, healing snd soothing ef fects. Consultation fee, Five Dollars. ESP^Dr. E's. work on diseases of the the Nature and Treatments ol the Deaf and: Dumb—illustrated with steel Plates— pries $10. ?. Money Letters must be registered by the. Post Masters such only xvill be at my risk. Correspondents must enclose postage, Mcd.cincs, apparatus, fcc.,8cnt to any part. n'. mv expense and risk. Address II. EN WOOD S«., 105M Brooklyn, N. ANDREW BARR, VETKK1NARIAN SURGEON. HOLDS himself in readiness t« attend t« all, diseases to which our most valuable ssrT— ant. the horse, is heir to. Residence in -EaA'Rcd Wing, a few rods east of the Livery if- Exchange Stable. All tails Will be promptly attended to. A. BARK. Red \V ing. Aug. t2 iS5S, lWtf zn^- ruESrf CRACKERS. BOSTON Red Wing, Oct. 25. l?5f* 1 T*7*jf Mnr SStf Crackers. Butt«r Crackers. Soda Baiscuits and Cakes can be had at all times at wholesale or retail, at tho Red Wing Bakcrv, I A.G.LITTLKFJEI.D.