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>f Hon. James H.
n regard to the title ty in Mineral Point, the Superintendents and BtiJ'week, having le Board o f Supert is whose Annual Session VltKMt I o'clock P. util 'Saturday, Kov. ,xtTle from the Ist uhASD from (he 2d,! e Jd.Wßoard called to j ruffled to ballot for Kf j the election of L. W. ef#tefl opinion of Jas. Khc title of the j Point. Report 1 r (sec I ,200,00, which j [ appropriation j rtLR ‘was elected Su- j poor 'for the term of; lion an order was drawn | an for #250 as pay for j ity Bond Suit to Nov. j f Sup’t of schools fixed ■ m. Messrs Joiner and j for, land Mr. Little j >f the Clerk f the Board j Mesfflp Joiner and Mc , and Mr. Little against [strict Attorney fixed at I Treasurer made the fol ia Hpuut with lowa I Debtor, j Jnr. ISCI. $ 80.94 School Fund. 4,172.50 & Gouh ty paid Del. Tax Lists 12,864.50 ends 14.00 ertificlites be lly. .] C. 84 om School and of Tax Certif’s ;r 1,290.32 ix onlSuits.... 42.00 t Fomi-ilures... 97.85 advertising for tosJ. ...... 127.32 loftwied by State >f .4 Irtv > S Mortage rec’d, by I ax of 'Ol un it forfeiture 54.00 livws'ty atni ax of ’(sl 2,500.0!) t on 41,080.- >ri hand.... 150.05 alancjkduc Trcas. of sl2Eßtjj rcr prevented with the forego-1 B 096.06 in Juror and | .1 destroyed in the i On motion an order ! it hard Arundoll, for icSHM of painting the dome ighs of tjourt House. Van Beyn, Deputy Sheriff and ;d that he had received the sum f use oflTourt room from July un motion thcsumofsso i Ansi, y, for the pur* “ !ll for the use of his : turn of SIOO.OO was allowed to Sup t.s o; poor for their services were allowed to tfiMßprs of the Hoard: w t “ clu an( * mileage, $26.80 : I “ “ 21.16 fl “ “ ~ L * S Ilh of the war meeting held ■nesting the County Board jpay a Bounty of £25 to loin the County, was pro- Ird by Mr. Joiner, and by ll thap. 13 Gen. Laws of pd that the Board had no by law, to levy such tax. r 1 °f tho same meeting, that line the extra state pay of > volunteers until the first ' next, was adopted by the ion that the same papers re cretary of State be present of this Board, assigned to icreupon the Chairman aid izcd to draw orders to pay icfits of tho resolution of lief to the soldiers families he families of all solditrs from lowa County, (except substitutes) whether volunteers or drafted men. And whereas, A general impression seems to prevail, that the aforesaid resolution was intended to offer a monthly pay to the fam ilies of soldiers and, unfortunately it would seem by the action of some of the Town Boards that they have fallen into the. same error, we, therefore, wish it to be distinctly understood that it never was intended to be considered or offered as a regular monthly pay, but only as a fund to be drawn upon when all other resources should fail, and in such cases only, can it be considered a le gal charge against the County. It was then Resolved, That from and after the first day of April next, the caic and support of families of soldiers, he turn ed over to the several Towns. On motion, it was ordered that the opinion of Jas. Knowlton in regard to the property at Mineral-Point be pub lished in the papers of the county. On motion, it was ordered that the clerk bring sufficient papers containing the report of the proceedings of the Board lo furnish each Town clerk and each member of the different Town Boards in the County with a copy. The Board then proceeded to levy the State, County and County school Tax for the year 1862, as follows, to wit. State Tax of 74 mills, with and ad dition on the Cit of Mineral Point of $350.00 to pay interest on Seminary loan. County Tax of 10 mills, County School Tax of 1} mills on the different Towns in the County. County School Tax of 4-5 mills on the City of Mineral Point, The extra School Tax on the differ ent Towns being for the purpose of pay ing Supt, of schools salary. The following is an abstract of the claims allowed. Salaries - - 675.50 Contingent expenses - 1552.41 County Board - - 108,64 Circuit Court - 311.75 County Court - - - 81.76 Justice Court ... 586.40 Sheriff Office - 356.13 Wolf Scalps - 105.00 Wild Cat Scalps - - - 4.00 Poor Expenses - - 1525.00 Refunded Taxes - 205.64 Volunteer Aid - - 600.60 Total - - - $6481.02 ii i’i*T A L . Foreclosure Sale. . , . .... . i In the Circuit Court in t(> iui,i in ail< j )' () r sail) ouu v and ( nui-rtv l lowa, Sfnt(l< George U. Kuhn and Joseph Holmes. cxecu tors of the last will and testament of Edward T. Hastings, late plaintiff herein, r s Ilt Snow and AT.n B. Bill mgs, represen tatives of Uetiry M. Hillings, deceased. VTOV'ICE is hereby given that by Virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclos ure and sale rendcred-in said Court in the above entitled action on tire Kith day of September, ! \, it. HC2, I will, on Saturd.-.y the 30th day j of January A. \) 186.3, expose for sale and sell j n 1 public traction, at the front door o. the Court | Mouse in the Village of DodgeviMe; in tows j County U’tsco.isin. at 2 o'clock P. M of said day, j the following described mortgaged premises, nr so j much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the amount of said judgment, interest costs and | costs of sale, to-wit: 7’lie following described real estate situate lying and being in the County of lowa and State of Wisconsin,, and more particularly des- i e.ribed as follows, to-wit: 7‘lie west half of ihe south-east quarter of section fourteen [1 1] curt lining eight y [BOI items ; the west half of the souili-e isi quarter of section twenty-two  containing eighty [Bo] acres: the south east quarter of section twenty-three  eon mining one hundred and sixty [loo] acres: the south-west quarter of section twenty four  containing one hundred ands xtv I HUM acres; the north-west quarter of section twenty-fix [2(l] emit ti ing one bundled and sixty [l6o] acres All of the above described trade of land lying in township ‘x [6j north of range one [l] east of the fourth [4th) principal meridian. Also (he east half of the si nth-east quarter of section twenty [2o] in township seven  north of range aforesaid, containing eighty [Bo] acres; and the west half of the south-west fractional quarter of section, six  in township eight north I of range aforesaid, containing sixty-eight [6B] acres and forty hundredtsof an acre. Dated, sheriff's Office, Dodgeviile Wisconsin, October 20th, A D. 1862. G CO(1E M ESSEKS M ITII, She; dT of lowa County Wis. MAl.h & COGSWELL, .Itiorne'ys for Plaintiff. n6-3m I,\ PROBATE —IOWA CO. COURff. In the matter of ike Estate of Louis Lebonty deceased On reading and filingthe petition of Margar et Lebcnty of lowa Comity, representing among other tilings that Louis Lebonty, late of lowa County, on the Fourteenth day of November, A. l> 13 f '2, died intestate, leaving gbbds, chattels and estate within this County, and that she the petitioner is the widow ol said deceased and praying that administration of said estate be to her granted. It is ordered that the proofs of said instrument be heard before the Judge of tats Court on Monday the 15th day of December, A, i). 1802, at the Pro bale Office in the Village of Dodgevilie. And it is furthher ordered that police thereof be given to all persons interested by publish ing a copy of this order for three weeks suc cessive y, prior to said day hearing, in the ol Dodgeviiie Chronicles weekly news pap -pen printed and published at the Village of Dodge vilie in said Cnunly. Dated November 19th ISG2. h. B, ANs LEY nlO 3w Conn j Judge. Strayed. FRO M the residence of ihc eub- W,— soriberin the Village of Dodgeviiie vSMsI on or about the In of Nov. A. D. wn/hnfaoj IBM 2, udafk red tioiffer, with white star in the tV.ce, white belly, nod while left flunk,- three years old next spring. Any one giving infor- I ■nation o! litu whereabouts of said iieiler, will be awarded n 10-4 w WILLIAM MICIIELL. To Restore the sick to Health. rplIE blood must bo purified, and all JL medicines are useless which do not po* ■ sees the quality of stimulating the blood to dis charge its impurities into ihe bowels Bkand r ictus Bills possess this quality in a great de gree, and should be in every family. They are equally useful to children and adults; adapted to both sexes and are as innocent as brtad, yet most effective as a medicine > The Hon. J ■ c- id Beyers, of Springville, lad., writes to Dr. Biaiuireth under dale of May 11, 186 L “I have used your Vegitable Universal Pillr in rny.family since IS3S; they nave always cured, even whpn oilier medicines were of no avail. I have b-en the means of my neighbors using hundred of dollars’ worth and I am satis fled they bavs received a thousand per cei.,. in blessed health t rough tb. ir mw They are used iu this region for !> Miens’ and Liver dis eases, Fever ami Ague, and all rheumatic cases with the most perfect success. In fact, tlu-y are the great reliance in sickness, and I trust your venerable life may bo long .-pared to pre pare so excellent a medicine ior the use of mam ***** * * Please Band me your lowest price by gress.” Sold bs P. A. Griffiths. Dodgevilie, VV'is, and by all respectable dealers it medicines. uSinl Christadoro’s Excelsior Rye Is unrivalled in the world No other Dye has been analyzed. No other Dye produces such faultless colors, Nooihi r Dye cm be applied uo rapidly., No other Dye is so lasting in its i flVfitsf No other Dye improves the texture of -lie hair It has been Analyzed by Dr. CHILTON- Chemist to the Groton A a ter Board ot Nt.w York, and certified by him to bo ns harmless as Croton Water. Ilia certilicate may be seen at the establishment of the proprietor. Manufactured by J. Cti iustauoro, G Astor House, New Voik- Sold everywhere, and ap plied by all hair dres S’Ts. • Tice. Is, .$1 50. and §‘> psr box, accord ing to size. üßlin [No. 2 (Tistadoro’s Hair Preservative’ Is Invaluable wi'b Ins Dye, as it impcns tli e utmost softness, the most beautiful gloss, and great vitality to the Hair. " Brice 50 cents, sl, and $2 botile. ac. cording to size. nrtyl. DjsjKpNla J'OK&isiHptioa and Fits i JbEHE Cure for these distressing com f\ plaints is now made known in a “Treaties on Foreign and Native Herbal 1 hep.-ra tions." published by Fr. O. Phelps Br.-wn. Tho pit'seiiitiou. furnished him by a yuuv.g clairvoyant girl, while in a s‘a!' of trance, has cured evert body who has taken it, revet hav ing failed in a single case. It is equally sure in cases of Fits as of Dyspepsia ; and the ingre dients inPy be found in any drug store. Those who are afiheted with t (resumption, I.touchiLi ß or Alhsina, may also be cured by die use my Herbal Preparations. I will send ibis valuable proscription (tea to nay person on receipt of their name. Address, DP. O f HELP* BROW Nr No. 10 Grand Street, Jersey City, n* j. i;3y * ! y To Consumptives. rpHE Advertiser, having been res- JL lured to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption— is anxious to make known to his fellow-, ufftrers the means of cure To all who desire it he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge), with the di reqHousfor preparing and using the same, which ihev will find a sure Cure for Consumption, /I stum a, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of Ui? advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable, and ha hopes every sufferer will try h.s remedy, as it v. ill cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing Parties wishing the prescription wiil please address R ev. Edward A. Wilson. Williamsburg, -6-3 m Kings Conntv. New Y->rk. tUiuy ueefls const unity on hand and tor VV sale at Th:a Office Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, RHUMATISM, &c. HEGEMAX & CO’S genuine Cod, Liver Oil, has been proved, by nearly 20 •years experreucehe b est remedy for CON SUMPTION, &.c., and -while it cures the dis ease it g ; ves flesh and strength to the palient- Sae fhauvon get the genuine, Sold by Drug gists generally. HEOLMAN &, 00. n ~ Qheiaista & Druggists, N. Y. DODGE VTLLE CHRONICLE ijJ fi wv. tjL i' 1 BOOK, JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT ! WRIGGLES WORTH & Cos., Proprietors. WE have lately mutlc Urge additions to our stuck of PRINTING MATERIAL, And arc now prepared to print ROOKS, PAMPHLETS POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, BUSINESS CARDS, PROSRAiaiMSig, &.C., € 11 E A V F O U CASH! We would further say that this off.ee was never so tveli siluaied as it is now in the way •of ;t variety of type for doing j >b w.-rk, and we calculate to have constantly on hunt) a suit able variety of paper, cards, inks, &c., &c, adapted to plain and •MBiinui PHinne, And we shall make ic a point to be punctual in attending to whatever vvoik is intrusted to urn hands and be as moderate as possible in our charges. Taken up. Ct AME into my enclosure in the ) town of l.idgevvay, on or about ihe 218 1 day of October, a dark bay iJLicA mare cc.lt one year end six months old No natural or artificial marks pmceptible. The owner is requested to prove property pay charges and tnlce her away. Dated, October 30th. 1802 n,lm JOSEPH EAULL, Ridgeway. Why Paj §1 $2 or $3 for a Paper WHEN YOU CAN GET THE Best Paper in the world for 40 ctP. THE AMERICAN FARMER AND MECHANIC IS A Large Monthly Journal of Hi Pages, Qucrto, AT FIFTY CENTS PEE ANN LEV TO SINGLE SI'RSCBIBEBS, IN CLUBS OF TEN TO ONE ADDIiESS 40 CTS. DEVOTED TO LITEIIATURE, AGUICULTITLE MECHANICS, AND CURRENT EVENTS, rnHE A M ERICA N FA li MK Ris the cheap X cst and best paper printed in New York, ami ha- achieved a world-wide reputation.— Its numbers will contain directions fur The I Vorlc to he. done for each Month, and a Scries of Articles on Vegetable Gardens, Manures, Fruit and Fruit Trees, Improved Mode of Culture, Lmdscapcs, Gardens, etc. Each number will be finely illustrated in each and purtment: and must of the Scenes of Interest connected irifh the 2>rcscnt ]( r will be represented. E.ich Subscriber will receive, in addition to the paper tor one year, his choice of the follow ing valuable and exquisite gems: Ist. A beautiful anil desirable (HOLD PEN, of the celebrated “Morton” make, or other prominent niaaufacterea. 2d. That renowned Engraving, ‘ ROSA BON UR’S HORSE FAIR,” beautifully print ed in tints. 3d. The most elegant life size portait of “ W ASH INgTON,” the Father of bis Country, finely colored. 4th. Anew and exquisite gem just issued, which should be in every patriotic heme “THE UNION .'OLDIFRS DREAM OF HOME.” Mb, A Copy "f that great work of art, “PEaLE’S COURTOF DEATH” of which 30,000 were sold in one year at $1 each. 6th. Avery targe and magnificent Steel Plate Engraving, •'.<[ R WALTER SCOTT'S MONUMENT AT EDINBURG, originally published at $3. tli- A large and beautiful Steel Plate En graving of “NIAGARA FaLLS,” splendidly colored. H]b A highly popular picture of “OUR GENERALS IN THE FIELD,” beautifully colored, comprising correct portraits of all the Onion Generals on horseback. 9th. Anew and splendid Engraving of “gen McClellan on his war llailsK DAN WEBSiER. 10th. '['he Superb Gem. “THE ARMY AND ITS GENERALS.” T hat Spbeib Gem, “THE PRESTDEN I AND IKS CABINET.” 12th Tiint Suburb Gem, “THE NA\A AND ITS COMMANDERS-” 13th, A beautiful Engraving, finely color ed, representing the Naval C onflict between the Union Gunboat “MON 11 OR,” and the P-bel “MERRIMAC,” in which the little 11 MON Ii OR” came off victorious. Now wo venture to say that such oiT-rs were never made before, but we are dctei— mined to increase our subscription to 160,00'' tins teasofi. A Club of Ten, if they desire, can select any 10 of the above Premiums and divide among themselves, or each Subscriber can select for himself. Any person sending us a list of ten names with .§4 w ill he entitled io a fin Gold Pen and Pencil in an ExtensiveSi’ver Holder, worth at least §1,50. Specimen copies sent free. PARTIES LENDING SUBSCRIPTIONS Will please be particular to state the N ame of the Town, County and State in plainstyle Address, L. A. WESLEY, n5 w3 145 Nassau Street Stic York. P: A- GRIFFITHS, DEALER IN 33^LXJ;C3riS, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, \ arnithea, Turpentine, Dye Woods, Glass and. Putty, To bacco and Cigars. JUST RECEIVED; A now unci extensive stock of Wines and Brandies fer Medical Pi<i]osc&. Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fine Crushes, Soaps of a!! kinds. Perfumers, Spices, School Books PM! MEDICINES. lies just received, and will keep constantly on hand, a well selected assortment of tuch arli dee as are enumerated above, and all others usually kept in a Drug Store, which will be sold at the lowest prices. Thankful for past pat* rontsge lie solicits a continuance of the same. O’ Physicians* preEcriplion&accurate/y dis pensed by an experienced Druggist. Dodgeviile.Oci.3o, 1861. [ultf] AND CARD BAYER’S CATHARTIC PILLS - Aro you sick, feeble, and complaining? Are you onto! order, with your system de ranged, and your Actings un comfortable? These symp toms arc often the prelude to serious illness, Some fit ol sickness is creeping upon you, and should he averted by a timely use of Hie right rem edy. Take Ayer's Pills, and cleanse out the disordered hu mors— purify the blood, and lot tho fluids move on unob structed iu health again. They stimulate the functions of tiio body into vigorous ac tivity, purify the system from ~~~~~~ the obstructions which make disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and ob structs its natural functions. These, it not relieved, react upon themselves and the surrounding organs, pro ducing general aggravation, suffering, ami disease. While iu tins condition, oppressed by’ the derangements, take Ayer's Pills, ami see how directly they restore tho natural action of the system, ami with it the buoyant fueling of health again. What is true and so apparent iu this trivial mid common complaint, is also true in many of tho deep-seated and dangerous distempers. T lie sumo purgative effect expels them. Caused by similar obstruc tions and derangements of the natural functions ot the body, they are rapidly, mid many of them surely', cured by tile same means. None who know Hie virtues of those Pills, will neglect to employ them when suffering from 1 the disorders they euro. Statements from leading physicians in some of the I principal cities, and from oilier well known public por j sons. j Prom a Forwarding Merchant if St. Louis, Fb6. 4,1850. I Dr. Aver: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is i groat iu medicine. They have cured my little daughter 1 of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved 1 incurable for years. Her mother lias been long griov j ously afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and jin her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried ; your Pills, and they have cured her. I 3 ’ ASA MOKOUIDOB. Asa Family Physic. From Dr. E. IP. Cartwright, New Orleans. Your Pills are the prince of purges. Their excellent ! qualities surpass hoy cathartic we possess. J hey are ' mild, hut vervcertain and effectual iu their action on the [ bowels, which makes them invaluable to us in tho daily treatment of disease. llcrulftche,SlcUllca<l*cle,Fol Stomach. I'roni Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore. | Dkvußho. Aver; I cannot answer you what complaint* I have ciive I with your Pills better than to say all that we ever treat with a purgative medicine. I place groat dopen ; dome on au effectual cathartic in my daily contest with ( disease, anil believing as I do that your Pills afford U“ til# i Post we have, I of course value them highly. Pittsburg, Pa., May 1, 1855. Dr. J. C. ATT.rt. Sir: T have been repeatedly cured of the worst headache any body can have by dose or two of your Piils. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once, Vimis with groat respect, KD. IV. PKKBLR, Clerk of Steamer Clarion. Bilious Bisoi-t’ers I.lvcr Complaint*. From Dr, Theodore Dell, of JSew Fork C.ly. \ Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their pur [ pose as eu aperient, tint 1 find their beneficial effects upon the Liver very marked indeed. They have in my prac j lice proved more effectual for the dure of bilious com- I plaints than any one remedy 1 can mention. 1 sincerely ! rejoice that wo have at length a purgative which is wor thy tho confidence of the profession and the people. Department of the Interior, I Washington, D. C., 7th Pel)., 1850. / Sin: 1 have used your Pills in my general and hospital practice over since you made them, and cannot hesitate to i say they are tho best, cathartic wo employ. Their regn | hiling action on tiro liver is quick mid decided, conse j quently they are an admirable remedy for derangements jof that organ. Indeed, I have seldom found a case of bilious disease so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them. fraternally yours, A LON 7.0 BALL, M. IV, Physician of the Marine Hospital. Dynentcry, Dinrrhccn, Ilclax, Worm*. Prom Ur. J. G. Green, of Chicago, Your Pills have had a long trial in my practice, snd I hold them iu esteem as one of the best aperients 1 have 1 ever found. Their alterative effect upon the liver make* them an excellent remedy, when given iu small doses for ; bilious dysentery and diarrhoea. Their sugar-coating j makes them very acceptable and convenient for the use | of women and children. Dyspepsia, Impurity of tlc Blood. ! Prom Rev. J. 15 Himes, Pastor, of Advent Church, Boston, I Du. Ayer: I have used your Pills with extraordinary success in my family ami among those 1 mu culled to visit liu distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and I purify the blood, they are (ho very best remedy I have ever known, mid 1 eftu confidently recommend them to |my friends. Yours, J. HIMES. Warsaw, Wyoming Cos., N. V., Oct. 24, 1855. Dear Sir: I am using your Cathartic Pills in my prac tice, ami find thorn mi excellent purgative to cleanse the system and purify the fountains <>J the lilnml. JOHN 0. MEAOIIAM, M. D. Const 1 pat lon, Costlvcnc**, Snpprcnlon, UheuimiUsin, Gout, Neuralgia, Uvop ■y, Paralysis, Pits, ctci From Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada. Too much cannot he said of your Pills for the cure of costiveness. If others of our fraternity have found them as ellleacious as 1 have, they should join me in proclaim ing it for llie benefit of the multitudes who suffer horn that complaint, which, although bed enough in itself, is the progenitor of others that are worse. I believe cos tivetiess to originate in the liver, but your Pills uftoct that organ and cure the disease. Prom Mrs, E. Dinar I, Physician and Midwife, Boston. I find one or two largo doses of your Pills, taken at the proper time, are excellent promotives of the natural secre tion when wholly or partially suppressed, and also very effectual to cleanse the stomach and expel worms. They are so much tho best physic we have that I recommend no other to my patients. From the Rev. Dr. Benches, of the Methodist Epis. Church. Pui.aski House. Savannah, On.. Jan. 6, 1855. Honor, and Sir: I should be ungrateful for the relief your skill has brought me if I did not report my case to you. A cold settled in my limbs and brought on excru ciating neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheuma tism. Notwithstanding I had tho best of physicians, the disease grew worse and worse, until by the advice of your excellent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your Pills, 'j heir effects were slow, hut sure. By persevering in tho use of them, I am now entirely well. Senate Chamber, Baton Rouge, 1.a., 6 Dec. 1855. Dr. Aver ; 1 have been entirely cured, by your Pills, of Rheumatic Gout —a painful disease that had afflicted ma for years. \ IN CENT SLIDELL. #g- Most of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which, although a valuable remedy in skiltul ham's is dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse quences that frequently follow its incautious use. These contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever. Price, 25 cent* per Box, or 5 Boxes for $l. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER So CO., Lowell, Mas*. SOLD By w ‘n ® riffithB, \ Dodgevllle. VV. B. Bmnop, <► 8 J. II Vivian .Mineral Point. J. 11. Reed & Cos., Chicagr , / w . . , J. Rice, Milwaukee, $ And by all dealers in medicines. v4n!o flyer’s Oataajrtic Pills. To Destroy Rats, Roadies, fc. To Destroy Mice Moles and Ants.. Tu Destroy Bed-Bugs. To Destsoy Moths in Furs. Clothes &.C. 7 o Destroy Mosquitoes and Fie is. To Dertrny Insects on Plants and Fowls.. To Destroy &c: To Destroy EveryTonn and species of Ver min. THK ‘ only rk.ti.ablk remedies known.” Destroys Instantly EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF tesmss^ Those Preparation* (unlike all others) ar* “Free from Poisons.” “Not dangerous to the Human Family," “Bats do not die on the premise*.’’ “They come out of their holes to die." “ They are the only infallible remedies knows. “12 yeats and more established in N-YjOity** Used by the City Post Office. Used by the city prisons and station housa Used by me city steamers ships &c. Used by (he city hospitals alma house* &(! Used by the city hotels—‘Jstor’— ‘Su Nicholas,’ & c. Used by the boarding houses, &e. fee. Used by more than bO,OUO Private ham* ilies. one or two specimens of what Every-, where said by the Deo pic—Editors Dealers, Jc. Housekeepers —troubled with vermin need be so no longer, if they use “Costa aV’’ Exter minators. IV e have used it to our satisfaction, and if a box cost $5 wo would have it VVa had tried poisons, hut they effected nothing; but “Costak's” article knocks the breath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed-Bugs, quick.tr than we ca write it. It is in great demand aH over the country,— Medina \o\ Gazette. More Grain and provisions are destroyed*!* Dually in Grant County by Vermin, than would pay for tone of this Uat and Insect Killer.— Lancaster (U ts) Herald, Henry R. Cobtar — M e are selling your pre parations rapidly. Wherever they hive boon used, Ruts. Alice, Roaches and Vermin disap pear rapidly. Ecker &, SriUFFtiR, Druggists, Windsor, Md. “Costnr’s” Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator, “CoPlarV •‘Cental’s” Geb-bug Exterminator. “CostarV’ ‘CoslnrV’ Electric Powders for Insects.&c. In 25c 50c. and §I,OO Boxen. Bottles &. Flask* §3,00 and §5,00 siz. s for Plantation*, ship* Boats, Hotels &c , &c., CAUTION!!! To prevent the public from beiii£ imposed upon by Spurious and Highly Pernicious Imitation*, anew label has been prepared, bearing a fac simile of the Proprie tor's signature. Examine each box-bottle, or flask carefully before purchasing, and take noth, ing but 33* Sold Everywhere —by Ail Wholesale Druggists in (he large eitie* Some of the Wholesale Agents in New York Citt. Shieflclin brothers & liarrel, Risley & Kit- Cos. I chon. B. A. Fahn.stook, Hull Bush, Gale & Robin-. A Cos, I son. A. B. it D. Sands it Cos M. Ward, Close & Cos. Wheeler & Hart. McKisson & Rbbbins. James S. Aspinwall. 1). S. Barnes & Cos. Morgan & Alien. jF. C. Wells t Cos. Hall, Ruckle & Cos. Lazelle, Marsh & Gar- Thomas & Fuller. I dner, P. D. Or vis. Hall, Dixon A Ca. Conrad Fox. And others. Philadelphia, Pa. T. W. Dyott it Cos. | Robert Shoemaker A B. A. Fahnestock &’ Cos. Cos. French, Richard* Jb I Cos. And others. Boston, Mass, Geo. C. Goodwin & CoiWeckes A Potter. M. S. Burr & C. jJno. Wilson, Jr. Ami others. Also, All Wholesale Druggist* at Chicago, 111., St. Louis, Mo., Detroit. Mich , Louisville, Ky., AND bv Druggists, Grocers, Store keeper* and Retailer, generally in nil Country Towns and ViilagM. In the UNITED STATES, AT DOD3MMJ, WIS, XT Sold by P. A. GRITFITHS AND W* B* BBBBBI* And by the Druggists, Storekeepers and Re tailers generally. ICTCounty Dealers can order as above. Or address orders direct—[or if Prices. Terms, &c-, is desired, O’send for [1862 Circular, giving reduced Prices] to Heury It. Coatar. Principal Depot-Nd 482 Broadway, New York • o4?iris