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Our Mistakes About Each other.
Not one man in ten thousand sees those with whom Le associates, as they really arc. li' the prayer of Burns were granted, and we could all see ourselves as others see us,our self estimates would in all probability, be much more erro neous than they are no w. r l he truth is, that we regard each other through a va riety of lenses, none of which are cor rect. Passion and prejudice, love and hate, benevolence and envy, spectacle our eyes, and utterly prevent us from seeing accurately. Many whom we deem the porcelain of human clay are mere dirt, and a still greater number of those we put down in our “black book are no further off from heaven, and perchance a little nearer than the cen sors who condemn them. \\ e habitually undervalue or overvalue each other, and in estimating character the shrewd est of us only now and then make true appraisal of the virtues and defects of even our closest inmates. It is not just or fair to look at charac ter from a standpoint of one sown selec tion. A man’s profile may be unpre possessing, and yet his full face agree able. We once saw a young man whose timidity was a standing joke with his companions, leap into a river and save a hoy from drowning, while his tormen tors stpod panic struck upon the bayik. The merchant who gives curt answers in bis counting house may be a tender hus band and father, and a kind helper of the desolate and oppressed. On the other hand your good humored person, who is all smiles and sunshine in pub lic, may carry something as hard as the nether mill stone in the place wheie his heart ought to be. Such anomalies are common. There is this comfort, however, for those whose misjudgments of their fellow mortals lean to the kindly side —such wrongs go to their credit in the great account. 11c who thinks better of his neighbors than they deserve, cannot be a bad man, for the standard by which his judgment is guided is the goodness of his own heart. How to Prevent a Divorce. When the senior Jonathan Trumbull was Governor of Connecticut, a gentle man called at his house, requesting to see him. Accordingly he was shown into his private office, and the Governor came forward to meet Squire Y\ r saying, “ Good morning, sir, I am glad to see > you. Squire W. returned the salutation, adding, as he did so, “ I have called on a very unpleasant errand, sir, and want your advice. My wife and I do not live happily together, and I am thinking of getting a divorce. What do you advise, sir? 1 ’ The Governor sat a few moments in deep thought, then turning to the Squire said ; “ How did you treat your wife when you were courting her, and how did you feel towards her at the time of your marriage?” After a long pause the Squire replied, “I treated her as kindly as I could, for [ loved her dearly at that time. ” “ Well,” said the G overnor, "go home and court her now just as you did then, and love her as when you married her. Do this in the fear of God for one year, and then come to mo and tell me the result. The old Governor then said, “let us pray.” They bowed in prayer and then separated. When a year had passed away the Squire called again to sec the Governor, and grasping bis hand, said, “I have called, sir, to thank you for the good advice you gave me, and tell you that my wile and myself are as happy as when we were first married. 1 can not be grateful enough for your coun sel” “ I am glad to hear it,” said the Gov ernor, “and hope that you will continue to court your wife as lung as you live.” The result was that the Squire and his*wifc lived happily together to the end of life. Let those who are thinking of separation in these days go and do likewise. A Timely Reproof. —Humor and sharp wit are never put to better use than in answering a fool according to his folly, and we could wish that re proofs like the following wore more fre quent ; Some five or six years ago, in one of the trains of cars runniuglbetweeu New ark and Jersey City, New Jersey, there was a young naval officer, who was al ways intermingling his conversation with the most profane oaths. A young lady was so situated that she could not but hear every time he swore. At first she here it with perfect equanimity; then, as it continued, and rather in creased in the shocking character of his imprecations, she began to grow fidgety and her eyes flashed. We knew a bolt would soon be shot, and that it would str'ke him. It came directly. “Sir, can you converse in the Hebrew tongue ?” “Yes,” was the answer, in a half un conscious but slightly sneering tone. “Then,” was the reply, “if you wish to swear any mere, you would greatly oblige me, and probably the rest of the passengers also, if you would do it in Hebrew.” I watched him. It had hit. HR col or came and went —now red, now white, lie looked at the young lady, then at his boots,then at the ceiling of the cars; but he did not swear any more, either in Hebrew or English, and he probably remembered that young lady. GUN-SMITHING. S. HENDERSON \t his new store one door north of the Conrt House, has procur -1 the service- of a practical Gun Smith, ff prepared to fit ap guns, pistols, re- V.'iv-rs. Arc.. in the host irrcr. r and on -hart notice. Jli ; ;il*o keeps constantly on hand the very best POWDER AND SHOT, and a large and extensive stock of Powder Flasks, Sh ,r Pouches. Pistol Cartridges, Bullet Moulds, Gun Madding, Wad Cutters, Gun Worms, and in fact, Kc*rything that is needed ly Sportsmen. If there should- he anything called f,r which lie ha, not got, lie is prepared to immediately tend for whatever may be needed. -o—tf •JULIUS BAUER & CO,, Great Plano Forte and Mciodeoa WAR ERGO MS IN “CROSBY’S OPERA ROUSE,” GG wtishiiijjton st., New York Warerooms, 650 Broadway. Wholesale Agents for the U. S. for WM. CO’S CELEBRATED Gold Medal Piano Fortes, As to the relative merits of these PIANOS, we would refer to the Certificates of excellency in our possession from TIIA LBHKG, GOTTSCH \LK STB V KOSCH, G. SATTEK, 11. VJKCXTEiPS, LOUIS STAAB and E. MUZH>. Musical Director of the It alian Opera, as also from some of the most distin guished Professors and Amateurs in the country All Instruments guaranteed,for Jive years. ALSO, AGENTS FCa SCEBBLEIt 4 SMITH, HO.IBUMAX & GRAY A. 11. GALE & CO., Ami other First-Class Pianos. We have the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF PIANOS IN THE CITY, which f.r Pow er and Sweetness of Tone, Easy and Agreeable Touch, and Beauty of Finish, have, by judges, been pro nounced unrivalled. •tCerPart icular attention paid to the selection of In struments fur distant orders, and u privilege of ex change granted at any time within six months, if the Instrument should not prove entirely satisfactory. A hheral di*co:itit to Clergymen, Teachers and Schools. Terms liberal. M HOLES ABE DEALERS will find it to their ad vantage to give ns a call, as by greatly increased facil ities v > arc enabled to fill orders with dispatch. •67/ Persons in want of a REALLY FIRST-CLASS PIANO will do well to call before purchasing else where. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR Oarhart, Needham & Go’s CELEBRATED HARMONIUMS, MELODEONS AND ORGANS. ALSO FOB C,to. A. Prince &: Vo's MELOBEONS ABTD ORGANS, Manufacturers and Importers of M DSICAL ISSTR UHENTS, SUuigSj Accordcmis, \ iolln§, Pisirstief s, Sir asms 5 GiiHai's, BRASS INSTRUMENTS, And Other Musical Merchandise. The Sii.vKtt and Brass Issteumexts, of our manu facture and importation, are used by most ail of the best Hands in the L'n iled Slates, and whenever exhibited have always received the Gobi Medals and monjiST FRKMtUMS. Having connection with Manufacturing IL uses in Berlin, Leipsic, Di e-don, England and Paris, we are prepared to furnish DEALERS, BANDS, and IN DI VIDE ALS, with every article in this line, at the low est manufacturers’ prices. REMEMBER THE PLACE, JULIUS BAUER & CO., 08 Washington st., Chicago, 111. Xcw York Warerooms, 050 Broadway. ly Swain’s Bourbon Bitters Swain’s Bourbon Bitters Swain’s Bourbon Bitters A healthy tonic, gentle stimulant and une qualled morning appetizer. Prepared in ripe old Bourbon. Being now used to the exclusion of all other Bitters in more than fifty United States Army Hospitals, and millions of private families, and is the only popular medicine which has been especially exempted from stamp tax by the United States government, on the ground of its having been adopted as a stand ard remedy by the medical profession. SWAIN’S BOURBON BITTERS Bag" They are made of ingredients well known and approved by the medical profession, as having powerful tonic properties, are both pal atable and pleasant, with sufficient strengthen ing properties to correct the bilious derange ment of the system, and act like a chltrm when taken according to direction, as a remedy for the following diseases:— lndigestion, Dyspep sia, Jaundice, Liver Affections, Loss of Appetite, Lowness of Spirit, Sallow Complexion, SWAIN’S BOURBON BITTERS ¥ 011 Headache, Costirene ?, and kindred diseases, arising from a disordered condition of the Stomach, Liver, or Boyds. Let every one try these agreeable Bitters; once tried and used, they will recommend them with copfidence to all others who are in need of a wholesome, agreeable and effective tonic. The rapidly in creasing demand J r these Bitters has induced me to give them publicity, so that thousands who l.ave’not used them may try them and be convinced of their efficacy. SWAIN’S BOURBON BITTERS CXT Ladies, who have tried and found most other Stomach lees" 100 hitler, unpalata ble and too highly medicated for their delicate taste, please give these a trial, and you will not be without them. They will give tone to the stomach and strength to the whole system. ft>r If your druggist or tradesman has not got these Bitters, Lave him send f r them. t'.-dr 1! member the name, and take no other. SWAINS BOURBON BITTERS •©■* The composition of Dr. Swain’s Bitters, having i bet a made public through the columns of Medical : Journals, and having Been adopted as a standard rem edy by the medical profession, and by the decision of the Commission! r ■ f Internal Revenue, EXEMPT FROM STAMP MI'TV. DR. C. SWAIN", Proprietor. f K 5 Broadway, NVw York, t Filets. (_ Jf S nth Water Street, Chicago, Ills. C. A. COOK, General Agent for the West, Chicago. 3,,1,1 at Wholesale in Chicago by Fuller. Finch & I Fuller; Burnham & Van Schaaek : Chas. G. Smith: ! L rd k Smith; J. 11. lie and & Cos.; Smith k Dwyer, ; and all Druggists and Grocers everywhere. —ly ' For sale hy !. D, BURDICK, Dodgcville, ' NEW GOODS! npHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the public that they have just received fiom NEW YORK CITY, and of fer for sale at their TWO STORES in Dodgeville, an extensive stock of MILLINERY, HATS & CAPS, S32ESOS3S, atmiTi liiiiiu, Ttnti inint> m. m AS CHEAP AS AH! STORE IB THE WES! Persons desirous of purchasing are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show Goods. In addition to the above, they have the bast assortment of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, consisting of French Doe Skins, Plain & Fancy Cassimeres, Over Coatings, Broad Cloths, Silk, Velvet and Fancy Vestings, Satinetts, etc., <tc., ttc. Ever offered in the county. Their extensive Tailoring Establishment is second to none iu the country, and is conducted by an EIPEMM jy| CUTTER Warranted to Fit, Or no Sale- Ladies Cloths of all qualities and colors always on hand, the most fashionable styles of Cloaks and Mantillas made to order on the shortest notice. Dodgeville, November 3d, 1863. ' LEAN, THOMAS & CO, W U 17 17 I 17 J} VV 11 Jdi ii 1j it Has just received at iiis store in dodgevillle, a full and complete assortment of GOODS for (lie Fall and \\ inter trade which he is determined to sell as low 10It CASH, as can be purchased at any store in lowa County. 13 :FL "ST “ Gr €3 0> 23 s. AMONG my Dry-Goods will be found, NE'V VALEHCIAS, a choice arti ele of goods for winter wear. Do Laines, German Hops, Sheetings, Shirtings, Flannels, Red, V\ hits Wool do, De Baizes, 4-5 do' Bleach do, Blue, Grey, Silk Mis Persians, Meriaocs, Pillow Case Cotton, Linens, Salisbury, figured Saxony Plaids, Alpaccas, Diapers, Linen II clk’ch fs Red, and Plain American Prints, of any variety, also a large and well selected stock oi Cloths Cassimeres, Doeskins, Sattinetts, Jeans, Cottcnades, Denims. &c., Ac. *X s EC X litaT Or ra NOW on hand from $1,500 to $2,000 worth of Ready-Made Clothing and Wool Shirts, which 1 will sell lower than can be bought at any other store in the county. 3c3C jSL T O O XP S , TIALL WINTER HATS AND CAPS. £ intend keeping a full assortment jj of the latest styles on hand always. DEI O OTS e JAK OES. IN the Root and shoe department will be found, Congre s Gaiters, Kid Gaiters, Calf Heel, Spring do, Calf Boots, Kip do Kid Ties, Balmoral Tips, Enamel do, Lace do, Hide do,^ Fancy Top Balmorals, Brogans, Boys do, &c. Or lEL €D> O S3 lEL IES IN Uie Grocery Department will be found : Porto Rico, New Orleans, Cuba, Refined Yellow, Coffee, Powdered and Crushed sugar. Rio, Y bite Rio, Mocha, Ground and Essence Coffee. Currants, Dry Apples, Raisins, Candied Lemon, Soap, Candles, Syrup, and Kerosine Oil. New WHITE FISH] Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel; George’s Bank Cod Fish, etc. After a thorough trial, the ladies have decided that Vv heeler & Cos. s English Breakfast Tea is superior to anything before offered in town Just purchased before the rise 7,000 lbs. ot Sllgai’3, which will oe sold at prices as low as can be found west of Chicago. SALT by the barrel at ten cents above depot price at Mineral Point. 101 3FI- 23 W l 'FL 313 - IN the Hardware line will be found: Nails, Glass, Butts and screws, Locks, Latches, Files, Augers, and a choice assortment of Pocket and Table Cutlery. New patterns of Silver Plated Ware, Table spoons, lea spoons and fa ble Forks, anew article in this market. v2nlyl The Ssodgeville Which is issued every Thursday morning, is emphatically a Coun ty Paper, and is valued priacipa ly for the county news which it contains; for not being situated on the line of a telegraph, we can not claim to contain the “very latest” war news, and are satisfied to present to our readers a carefully compiled synopsis of such news as we may think of interest to them. In politics the Chronicle will as heretofore take a strong and determined stand, and will support such men, and advocate such measures as will in the most speedy and effective manner crush the wicked rebellion which has for the last four years devastated our once happy and prosperous country. The terms of the Chronicle are $1,50 per year, payable in advance. The office has lately been fitted up with an extensive assort merit of job material, and we are now prepared to do In the best style of the art, on short notice, for a fair compensation 1 ThankiV for the liberal patronage extended to us during the 'past year, we respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, with I whatever additions we mav be deemed worthy of. I " WRIGGLES WORTH & CO., Married I .atiii'a;! ! PROF. V6F VEEAE’S DIMIOND DROPS I A\ / nev-\ / er-fail-\ , Tug P H E-\ /ventiveX / for which they are\ / WAEHANTEDX /in every instance. They\ / are eurdially reeommonded to\ all Ladies who, from siehness or\ other causes, are unable to undergo \ / the perils of aooouohment. Phis remedy is\ (DIAMOND DROPS!) \ Hot an Abortive, but simply a / \IK EYENTIVE,/ \ and is not in the least inju-/ \ riona to the most delicate/ \ constitutions. Every / \ Bottle Warranted. / \ LET EVEiIY / \LA D Y / \ tsy/ \IT. / CAT 3 Send Lied Stamp for Circular, or $2.25 for tha Remedy, to C. P„ EONHO3 & CO , General Agents. P. O. Drawer 6561, Chicago. Illinois; Office 155 South Clark Street. For sale at Wholesale in Chicago., by BURNHAMS & VAN SCHAACK, FULLER, FINCH & FULLER, LORD & SMITH CHAS. G. SMITH, SMITH Sc DWYER, and H. SCOVILL. THE WORLD’S GREAT REMEDY FOR Scrofula and Scrofulous Diseases. From Emery Edes, a wdl-kriown merchant of Ox ford, Maine. “ I have sold largo quantities of your Sarsapa rilla, but never yet one bottle which failed of tho desired effect and full satisfaction to those who took it. As fast as our people try it, they agree there has been no medicine like it before in our community.” Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustules, Ul cers, Sores, and all Diseases of the Skin. From Her. Hold. Stratton, Bristol, England. “ I only do my duty to you and the public, when I add my testimony to that you publish of the me dicinal virtues of your Sarsaparilla. My daugh ter, aged ten, had an afflicting humor in her ears, eyes, and hair for years, which we were unable to cure until we tried your Sarsaparilla. She has been well for some months.” From dfrs. Jane E. Bice, a well-lcnmon and much esteemed lady of Dennisville, Cape May Cos., N. •/. “ My daughter has suffered for a year past with a scrofulous eruption, which was very troublesome. Nothing afforded any relief until we tried your Sarsaparilla, which soon completely cured her.” From Charles P. Cage, Esq., of the widely-known Gage, Murray <)■ Cos., manufacturers of enamelled papers in Nashua, -V. 11. “ 1 had lor several years a very troublesome humor in my lace, which grew constantly worse until it disfigured my features and became an intol erable affliction. 1 tried almost every thing a man could of both advice and medicine, but without, any relief whatever, until I took your Sarsaparilla. It immediately made my lace worse, as you told me it might fora time; hut iu a few weeks the new skin began to form under the blotches, and con tinued until my face is as smooth as anybody’s, and I am without any symptoms of the disease that 1 know of. I enjoy perfect health, and without a doubt owe it to your .Sarsaparilla. ” Erysipelas—General Debility—Purify tlio Blood. From Dr. Ilcbt. Savin, Houston Si., Mem Fori;. “ Dr. Ayer. I seldom fail to remove Eruptions and Scrofulous Sores by the perseveringuseof your Sarsaparilla, and 1 have just now cured an attack of Muhgnant Erysipelas with it. No alterative wo possess equals the Sarsaparilla you have sup plied to the profession as well as to tho people.” From J. Johnston, Esq., Wakeman, Ohio. “For twelve years, 1 had the yellow Erysipelas ou my right arm, during which time I tried all tho celebrated physicians I could roach, and took hun dreds of dollars worth of medicines. The ulcers . were so bad that the cords became visible, and tha doctors decided that my’r.riii must bo amputated. I began taking your Sarsaparilla. Took two bot tles, and some of your Pills. Together they have cured me. lamno was well and sound as any body. Being iu a public place, my ease is known to every body in this community, and excites the wonder of all.” From Hon. Henry Monro, M. P. P., of Newcastle, C. W., a leading member of the Canadian Parlia ment. “ 1 have used your Sarsaparilla in my family, for general debility, and for purifying the, blood, with very beneficial results, and feci confidence iu commending it to tho afflicted.” St. Anthony’s Fire, Rose, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Eyes. From Harvey Sickle, r, Esq., the able editor of the Tunkhannock Democrat, Pennsylvania. “ Our only child, about three years of age, was attacked by pimples on bis forehead. They rapidly spread until they Ibrniod a loathsome and virulent sore, which covered his liice, and actually blinded bis eyes for some days. A skilful physician applied nitrate of silver and other remedies, without any apparent effect. For fifteen days we guarded Ids hands, lost with them he should tear open the fes tering and corrupt wound which covered his whole face. Having tried every thing else we had any hope from, we began giving your Sarsaparilla, and applying the' iodide of potash lotion, as you direct. The sore began to heal when we had given the first bottle, and was well when we had finished the second. The child’s eyelashes, which had come out, grew again, and he is now as healthy ami fair as any other. The whole neighborhood predicted that the child must die.” Syphilis and Mercurial Disease. From Dr. Hiram Slant, of St. Louis, Missouri. “I find your Sarsaparilla a more effectual remedy for tho secondary symptoms of Syphilis and for syphilitic disease than any other we possess. The profession arc indebted to you for some of the best medicines we have.” From A. J. French, M. />., an eminent physician of Lawrence, .Mass., who is n prominent member of the Legislature o f Massachusetts. “Ur. Ayer. My dear Sir: 1 have found your Sarsaparilla an excellent remedy for Syphilis, both of tiie primary and secondary type, and effec tual in some cases that were too obstinate to yield to other remedies. 1 do not know what we can em ploy with more certainty of success, where a power ful alterative is required.” Mr. Chan. S. Van Lien’, of New Brunswick, N.J., had dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by the abuse of mercury, or mercurial disease, which grew more and more aggravated for years, in spite of every remedy or treatment that could be applied, until the persevering use of Avkh’s Sarsaparilla relieved him. Few cases can be found more inveterate and distressing than this, and it took several dozen bottles to cure him. Leucorrhcca, Whites, Female Weakness, are generally produced by internal Scrofulous Ul ceration, and are very often cured by the alterative effect of this Sarsaparilla. Some eases require, however, in aid of tho Sarsaparilla, tho skilful application of local remedies. From ilia veil known and widely celebrated Dr. Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati. “ I have found your Sarsaparilla an excellent alterative in diseases of females. Many cases of In - ; gularity, Leucorrhcca, Internal Ulceration, and local debility, arising from tho scrofulous diathesis, have yielded to it, and there are few that do not, when its effect is properly aided by local treatment.” A ia 'y, unwilling to allow the. publication of her name, writes •• “ My daughter and myself have been cured of a very debilitating Leucorrhcca of long standing, by two bottles of your Sarsaparilla.” Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dys pepsia, Heart Disease, Neuralgia, 1 when caused by Scrofula in the system, are rapidly I cared by this Ext. Sarsaparilla. AYER’S I CATHARTIC PILLS ! possess so many advantages over the other | purgatives in the market, and their superior j virtues are so universally known, that we need j not do more than to assure the public their | quality is maintained equal to the best it ever | lias been, and that they may be depended on | to do all that they have ever done. Prepared by J. C. AYER, M. D., & Cos., ■ Lowell, Mass-, and sold by I. X>. Burdlftk, AND ! AT. B. BISHOP, Do.Hcvillo—J. 11. VIVIAN, Mineral ] Point, and by all Dealers in Wisc-oman. nl—ly j REE ITS DO ME S TIC DYES, I all colors. Sold at _ j BLRDICK S. Milwaukee & Prairie du Chien RAIL WAY TIME TABLE. TAKES effect on Suadiy October* Oth, 1864, at 2 o'clock p. >i. ** GOI Xt. EAST. PASS ARENA. Passenger..... 10;£0 a. m. Passenger 7:40 P . M Freight 10:55 P . M . Way Freight 10:50 A. M. GOING WEST. PASS ARENA. Passenger 5:38 P. 31. Passenger 2:33 a. M, Freight 0:55 a. m. Way Freight 10:50 A. M. RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. CHANGE OR TIME. ** To take effect Monday, June 13th, 1804. MINERAL POINT RAIL ROAD. GOING SO TJX 11. Leave Mineral Point at 3-00 p si GOING NORTH. ' ‘ * Leave Warren at. g. 75 p Arrive at Mineral Point at g.'|s ’<i G. W. Cobb, Receiver. DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS COFFEE! COFFEE!! COFFEE!!! T II E (List fiitiia Coffee Cowpnj, 154'READE SL, (three doors from Greenwich Street,) New York, call universal attention to their KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE has all the flavor of Oi.n Government Coffee, and if ' but half the price ; and also this KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE has twice the strength of Java, or any other Coffee whatever and wherever used hy our first class hotels and steamboats, and stewards say there is a saving of 6(> per cent. KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE is the most healty beverage known, and is very att ritions. The wifeofthe l!ev. AV. Eaves, local minister of tire 31. E. Church, Jersey .City, who has mitJAoen able louse any coffee for fifteen years, can use KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE three times n day without injury, being entirely fre from those properties that produce nervous excitement l)r. James Boyle of 150 Chambers Street, says: “ I have never known any coffee so healthful, nutricious, and free from all injurious ([Utilities as KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE 1 advise my patients to drink it universally even those to whom 1 have hitherto prohibited the use of Coffee. The PRINCIPAL OF THE NEW YORK INFIRM ARY say. : “i direct all the patients ol our institution to use exclusively KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE and would not he without il mi ony account.” 11 o REV. C. LAREE, ami eminent clergyman of the M. E.church , now stationed at Hal tey street says of KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE “I have used it marly a year in my family, iindljfind it produced no ache of the head or nervous irrigation, as in the case of all oilier ta flees. It is exceedingly pleas ant, and I cordially recommend it to all clergymen and their families.” KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE is used daily by the families of Bishop Antes, Bishop Baker, Bishop Janes, and many of the most distin guished clergymen and professional men of the conn t ry. 'Ho'Wiu'P of Couiitci’lcii s I and ho sure that the pai knges are laheh and KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE I<s-1- Rcado Street . Xow Ys It. as there are numerous counterfits afloat tinder the name of “Genuine East India Goth e.” “Original (East India Coffee,” etc., put forth hy imposters to deceive the unwary. In lib packages, and in boxes of 33, fiO, and 100 lb, for Grocers and large Consumers. Bold by Grocers generally. Orders I: om Country Grocers solicited, to whom lively l.heml discount will he made. Wltolesale Agents. -Hoeilish Molau, and AV. J. Reiss & Bvo., Philadelphia : Francis 1 terry, 11. Provi lenee : A. L. Waite .V 1 Boston: I'vnehon i Leo •Springfield, Mass.: S. N. Callender, Buffalo, iT. M. M ’ ii! !.a n and Cos. Cleveland: A. A. Colter Co.,Citt e.iuuati: J. &J. W. Bunn, ''pringtield, 111; 11. B Shields OorydoM. (in!.; .an ' c. 0. Garber, Chicago. The A uieriaau A dverlisittg Agency 308 Broadway, N. V., will i ivr orders for llic above named Coffee, Business Rep., ) Corresp. l)ep., ] }■:. M.VOLD. jVO WLEU it WKLLS. f nl—iy„ Putnam’s Clothes Wringer, IT IS THE ONLY It ELI ABLE SELF-ADJUSTING} WRINGER. NO WOOD-WOUK TO SWELL Oli .SPLIT. yi> vni'M!i-s(hews to get olt of oiidfii. Warranted )( ith or 1 ithout (Joy- Wheels. It took the first premium at titty seven Statu and Conn.y Fairs in 1 Mid, and is, without an exception, tins best t\ ringin' ever inode. I* 11 onted in the United States, England, Canada, and Australia. Agents wanted in every town, and ill a 11 parts of the world. Enonrelic agents can make from ?•! to $lO per day. Sample Wringers sent Express paid on receipt of No. and, $7.00. No. 1, ?S.OO. No F, SO.OO No. A, SIO.OO. .Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail by THE PUTNAM M A Nil K AGTUIMNO COMPANY, N j. Id I’latt Street, New York. Cleveland, Ohio, and Bennington, Vt., S. C. NOETHUOP, Agent. WIIA TTV E in' JJODVKN OVV S, \ T 5z That Iron will galvanized will not not. That a simple 'machine is heller than a complicated one. That a Wringer should be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient. That Thumh-srreias and Fastenings cause. (Plug and trouble to regulate, and keep in order. That wood soaked in ho I water, will swell, shrink and split. That, wood bearing:; for the shaft to run in will, wear out. That the Putnam Wringer, with or without cog-wheels will not tear the clothes. That e.uip-a.'lii el n i/ulalors. are not essential, That the Putnam Wringer has all the advantages and of om of the disadvantages above nam'd. Thai all who hare, te.i led it pronounce it the best Wring ft eery mode. That it will ivr.Tig a thread or a without al teration. We might fill the paper with testimonials, hut wo insert only a few to convince the skeptical, il surh there he; and we say to all. test Putnam's Wringer. Te-t is tiiok' i;(iiii-if with any and aI. f. others, and if not entirely satisfactory, return it. Putnam Manufacturing Cos: GkntU.JiKX :—/ know from practical ’experience, that iron will galvanized with zinc will not oxulizc, or r i ' l one particle. The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect os possible, and 1 can cheerfully recommend it to be the best iu in-. Yours respectfully, .1. W. WIIEKI.EU, Cleveland Ohio. Many years’ experience in the galvanizing hiisf. ti<-., cnaliles me se*the ahovu statement in ail particulars. New York, Jan. tm. JNO. C. LEFFEKTS, We have tested Putnam’s Clothes Wringer by prac tical wi i king, and know that it will do. 11 U cheap ; it is siiiijde ; it requires no room, whether at work or re t; a child can operate it; it does it* duty thoroughly; it v s time and it save:; wear and tear. Wo ear nestly advise all w ho have much washing to do, with all intelligent persons who hare ur.y, to buy this Wringer. 11 will pay for itself in a rear at most, nit— m,3 Hox. HORACE CUE ELY. FAIRBANKS’ HU STANDARD scaxjES or all kinds. Also Warehouse Traci n, Letter I’ret tet, (to Fairbanks, Greenleaf <v Cos., SiK IT*2 Lake Chicago. i i/tr Be carcß-ul to bay only the Genu in .