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COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
THE BANKS.
WISCONSIN.
The ten Banks which were thrown out
■oroe time since, are now all received at par,
also two others ; the Bank of Manitowoc and
City of Berlin. Exchange is plenty at 4 per
cent. The following is the list ot those now
received :
Bank of Madison. lowa County Bank.
Bank of Milwaukee. Juneau Bank,
Bank of Ripon. Rock County Bank.
Bank of Oshkosh. Sauk County Bank.
Bank of Racine. Second Ward Bank.
Central Bank of Wis. State B’k. of W is.
Dane County Bank. State Bank.
Farmers <t Millers B'kß is Marine A lire In.
Bank of Jefferson. Co Bank.
Bank of Weyauwega. Oakwood Bank.
Green Bav flank. Racine Co. Bank.
Coin Exchange Bank. Sauk City Bank,
City Bank of Pregcott.Shawanaw Bank.
Bank of Fox L:<W“ Bank of Pdu Chien.
(Columbia Co, Bank. Hudson City Bank.
Commercial Bank. Kenosha County Bank.
German Bank. Wisconsin Bank.
Bank of the Interior, Frontier Bank.
Bank of Monroe. Jefferson Co. Bank,
Bank of Moneka. Lumberman's Bank.
Bank of the N West. Oshkosh Com. Bank.
Bank of Beloit. Prairie City Bank.
Bank of Grant Couuty.Rock River Bank.
Bank of Sheboygan. Rockwell A Co.’s B’k.
Bank of Sparta* St. Croix Valley Bank.
Bank of Watertown. Summit Bank.
Bank of Whitewater, Sun Prairie Bank.
Corn Planters’ Bank. Walworth Co. Bank.,
Bank of Wisconsin, Waukesha County B’k.
Ex B’k Darling A Co. Farmers A Mechanics'
Elkhorn Bank. Bank.
Forest City Bank. Bank of Green Bay.
Bank of Portage City Bank ot Keuosha
E R Hinkley & Northern Bank
Co’s Bank Waupun Bank
I.a Crosse Co Bank Dodge Co Bank
Bank of Columbus Wis Pinery Bank
Bank of ManUowac City of Beilin, Oneida
Bank
PRESCOTT PRICE CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
BEARDSLEY & LYFORD,
Dealers in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
ON THE tIVBE
Prescott Journal Office, ?
Sept. 11,18t'l $
Grain and Flour
Wheat, 53(858
Oats W bushel, - 14@18
Corn p bushel, - - - 25@30
Barlev P bushel, - - - 30@35
Bran p cwt., - - - 75@1,00
Shorts p cwt . ... 75
Corn Meal p cwt., ... 80@l,00
Flour p sack, ... 1,75@2,00
Provisions
Pork, fresh, p lb • - - 6@7
Beef, fresh, P lb • - 6(88
Ham plb - - - - 9@lo
Venison P lb - - - 4(8.6
White Fish plb - - - 5@7
Butter ptb .... 10(812
Cheese j > tb .... 10@12
I.ard ptb - - - - 10@12
Eggs p dos., .... B@lo
Potatoes p bu. ... 25
Beans Pbu. .... 60(875
Onions pbu. ... 40(860
Groceries-
Sugar, brown, Ptb - . • 9(811
Sugar, refined, ptb - - 14@18
Ooffrxr p H» .... 17(820
Tea, black, Ptb • 45@75
Tea, green, Ptb - - - 60@1,00
Rice p tb ... 8
Molasses p gallon, ... 50@80
Syrup p gallon, ... 90
Candles, star, ptb ... 25(830
Candles, tallow, p tb - - 13(815
Oil, W. P gallon, ... 1,00(81,25
Salt p barrel, - - - 3,00
Vinegar p gallon, ... 20a25
Apples p barrel. - - - 3,00
Apples, dried, ptb - - - 5a7
Miscellaneous-
Hides, g’n, per lb ... 2a3
Hides, dry. per tb - •• - 6aß
Hay per I 1 ... 5,00 a 6,00
Wood ]»er cord, ... 3,00
Lumber-
Common lumber per M, - - 8 a 10,00
Flooring per M. - - - - 15a16,00
Siding per M. ... 15a20.00
Clear stuff per M. ... 15 a 20,00
Lath per M, - - - - 2.C0
Shingles, .... 2,50a3,00
HAMM! >NI >
STEAM MILL!
The undersigned having purchased the above
Mill, rebuilt and refitted it and added to
it a Lath ami Shingle mill, also a planing
and matching machine, are prepared to fur
nish Lumber of the best descriplion as low as
can be bought in the country.
A Imo bath and Shingles,
Tne price of Lumber will i ange from $6 to
sls according to quality. Bills, of Lumber
through we will furnish at $lO, We will take
in exchange for Lumber all kinds produce and
are ready to contract, wi/hany parties <1 siring
to do so for breaking up 200 or 300 acres of
Land and pay in Lumber.
We have several thousand acres of valuable
PINE AND TIMBER LANDS!
which we will sell at a fair price to actual set
tlors.
We have a store in connection with the
above mill in which we keep a well selected
stock of Dry Goods, Groceries Clothing, Hats
and Caps, Hardware which we will sell as
low as can be bought at any of the River
Towns, and will take all kinds of Produce
in payment. Our facilities for FURNISH
IN G LUMBER and
PURCHASING GOODS 1
Are unsurpassed in this part of the country,
and the beauty of or i arrangements is we al
v. avs fulfill oui promises, (’all on us and see.
CLAPP <t DAVIS.
Hammond, St. Croix Co. Wis., June 16.1861.
no2Btf.
SAW MILL.
The Subscribers having recently purchased
♦he well known Dumont Saw Mill, would say
to the old customers of that mill, and to the
public generally, that they will hereafter
keep on hand and for sale at reduced prices
the very best quality of
BUTTERNUT LUMBER,
Sawed and split in all the different varieties
for Mechanic’s use, —from Wagon Spokes to
sled Runners, from Plow Beams to Table
Legs, Ac, Ac.
DALE A ADAMS.
Forestville May Ist 1860.
TVKNIAG SHOP!
r pH E subscriber is prepared to do all kinds ot
TURNING OF WOODWORK !
Such as
BROOM-HA NDLEB,
HUBS, BANISTERS.
NEWELS, Ac. de.,
At my Shop in River Falls, WjscoLsin,
Chairs and Bedsteads
Kept on hand «r made to order. All work
furnished as cheapas can be
HAD IN THE COUNTRY.
Please call and examine. Shop st Fos
ter's Mill.
THUS. B CORNISH.
Hirer Falls, May 15, 1861. n2tf
THE WAR.
LATEST NEWS!
St. Lovis, Sept. 16.
Col. F. P. Blair, Jr., was ordered yes
terday by the Provost Marshal to report
himself under arrest on a general charge
of usitg disrespectful language when al
luding to his superior officers with refer
ence to the removal of Gen. Fremont.
The Democrat of this morning holds
the following language :
“The removal of Gen. Fremoet we
do not think has been seriously consider
ed by the administration. They have
undoubtedly charges preferred which
will be duly and properly investigated,
but those proceedings, we are now satis
fied, have never looked to a result such
as his removal from this department—
His extraordinary energy and efficiency
are too highly appreciated by the Gov
ernment, and the man and his measures
are too deeply seated in the affections of
the jieople of the loyal States to admit of
the probability of any such event.”
ATTEMPT TO RESVRECT CALIB. JACKSON
AND HIS GOVERNMENT.
The St. Louis Republican learns that
Col. Marshal, of Lexington, a few days
since took possession of a quantity of
property belonging to the State, including
books, papers, and the great seal of the
State which Jackson took from Jefferson
City after the defeat of the State forces
at Boonville by Lyon. Jackson publicly
announced his intention to establish the
capital at Lexington, claiming that he
bad full authority to do so. It may be
that this programme has not been relin
quished, and the present movement of
Gen. Price, who, doubtless, now is in
possession of Lexington, is with the view
of planting the seat of Government
there, whether the disposed Legislature
which adjourned in May last, to meet
again to-day, will be ready to proceed to
business, cannot now be ascertained.
New York, Sept. 16.
TWO MORE GREAT NATAL EXPEDITIONS
NEARLY READY.
The Tribune of ibis morning makes
the following statement: “We commit
no impropriety in announcing that the
preparations for important movements a
gainst the Southern coast are rapidly go
ing forward, so that the expeditions will
be ready to set sail within a very few
weeks. In one of them the land forces
will probably bo under Major General
Butler, and the other under Brigadier
General Sherman, who is now in com
mand of the important camp of Hemp
stead. We believe that the number ot
troops in all employed in the two will be
about 25,000 men, with naval foices of
proportionate strength,”
St. Lovis, Sept 15.
GOVERNMENT STEAMER AND FORTY FED
ERAL SOLDIRRS CAPTURED.
Monday night last, while a Govern
ment steamer, name unknown, was con
voying a number of prisoners from Lex
ington to Fort Leavenwortn for better
security, she broke her rudder between
Wyandotte and Kansas City, and was
obliged to land. Shortly after reaching
the shore, a company of Jackson County
secessionists seized the boat and released
the prisoners, and secured some forty
Federal soldiers as captives.
Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 14.
Gov. Magoffin has issued the follow
ing proclamation; In obedience to the
subjoined resolution adopted by the gen
eral Assembly of the common wealth of
Kentucky, the Government of the Con
federate States,the State of Tennessee and
all others concerned, are hereby inform
ed that Kentucky expects the Confeder
ates or Tennessee troops to withdraw
from her soil unconditionally.
New York, Sept 16.
The Tribune of this morning, makes
the following statement; We commit
no impropriety in announcing that the
preparations of an important movement
against the southern coast are rapidly
going forward, so that the expeditions
will bo ready to set sail within a very
few weeks, in one of them the land forces
will probably be under Maj. Gen. Butler,
and the others under Brigadier General
Sherman, who is now in command of the
important camp at Hempstead.
We believe that the number of troops
of all employed in the 2d will be about
25,000 men, with naval forces of propor
tionate strength.
Washington, Sept. 14.
The President has transmitted letters
to Gen. Frjmont, bearing date of the
12th, on the subject of Fremont’s recent
procclamation. He says: “Assuming
that you being on the ground could bet
ter judge of the necessities of your posi
tion than I could at this distance, on
seeing your proclamation of the «30th
August, I see bo general objection to it
the particular objection being the clause
relative to the confiscation and liberation
of slaves, being objectionable for its non
conformity to an act of Congress passed
on the Bth of last August.
I wrote you expressing a wish that a
clause should be modified. Your answer
expresses a preference that I should make
an open order for this modification
which I cheerfully do. It is therefore
ordered, that said clause be modified,held
and constructed to conform and not trans
cend provisions contained in the act to
confiscate property used sor insurrection
ary purposes, and that said act be pub
lished at length with this order
(Signed,) A. LINCOLN.
Copper.—N. C. D. Taylor Esq., of
Taylors Falls, with Mr. D. A. Cancday,
has for some time past been prospecting
for copper on the Upper St. Croix. Mr.
Taylor has been in town for several days
with specimens, and although he says
but little in reference to the extent of his
discoveries, we shall not be surprised to
learn hereafter that the Lake Superior
region is not the only valuable mineral
region of the Northwest. The great
body of this valuable metal inay yet be
found some distance south of the out
croppings about the shore of Lake Stine
rior.— Reporter. 1
THE PRESCOTT JOURNAL, WEDNSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1861.
True Courage.—For a man to say that
his soul is incapable of fear, is just as ab
surd as to say, that from a peculiarity of
constitution, when dipped in water he
does not get wet. You, human beings,
whoever you may be, when you are plac
ed in danger, and reflect upon the fact,
you feel afraid. Don’t vapor and sny
n0 — w 0 know how the mental machine
must work, unless it is diseased. Now
the thoughtful man admits all this—he
admits that a bullet through bis brain
would be a very serious thing for him
self, and likewise for his wife and chil
dren —he admits ue shrinks from such a
prospect—be will take pains to protect
himself from the risk, but he says that if
duty requires him to run the risk he will
run'it. This is the courage of the civili
zed man, as opposed to the blind, bull
dog insensibility of the savage. This is
courage—to know the existence of dan
ger, but to face it, nevertheless. — Coun
try Parson.
That was a true hearted girl wLo
said to a gentleman acquaintance “I can
not kiss you sir, as whenever I would,
the lips of a dearer friend come in be
tween us.” A loyal excuse prettily word
ed.
Military boy—Pa, what makes
soldiers “right about face ?”
Intelligent Father—Why—why—why
—because they have nothing else to
write about I suppose!
Paiadoxical —The number of
“Leftenants” in the army is nothing to
the houses leftenant-less in the country!
Good visions for a soldier—Pro
visions.
Southern invitation to Northern
mon—Come to our arms!
Well posted—The army on the
Potomac!
gST May I be shot if I go in—as the
ball said to the connon!
A PeFP THROUGH THE Key HOLE.
The Richmond Examiner, which always
had a bad habit of telling tales out of
school, is still true to its vocation. In a
recent number it gives the following intel
ligence, well calculated it thinks to bring
“distress” to all “judicious men:”
The Confederate Congress deliberates
with closed doors, and no well advised
person could wish their sessions to be the
arena of oratorical gladiators and the
spectacle of the populace. But the gen
eral statements of the temper and inten
tions of parliamentary bodies will, des
pite of every caution, find their way be
fore the public, and generally contain
more or less truth. It is now currently
believed with much distress by judicious
men, that there is a small minority ot
Congress dispossed to organize a stand
ing opposition to the present Executive
of the Confederacy.
Election of County Commission
ers.—A question has arisen whether the
County Commissioners provided for by
law of the last Legislature, are to be elec
ted by the separate districts into which
each county is divided, or on r qonoral
ticket by the county nt large, We pre
sume it was the intention of the Legisla
ture to have each district choose its own
member, but in this instance, as most
others, the Legislature failed to express
its intention intelligibly. Attorney Gen
eral Howe has written an opinion that
the County Commissioners must be elect
ed on a general ticket, as other county
officers.— Mil. Sentinel.
AH' A vender of hoop skirts w-as re
cently extolling his wares in pres-neo of
a customer’s husband. “No lady sho’d
be without one of these skirts,” said the
storekeeper. “Well, of course not,”
dryly responded the busband, who was
something of a wag—“ she should bo
within it."
tr A Missouri paper recently in
formed its readers that the “ wife crop
at Gasconada county, in 1860, was 20,-
000 gals.” The next paper corrected
the error by putting “ wine instead of
“ wife.”
The Iron Horse.—A locomotive, ten
der and four passenger cars were shipped
at La Crosse a few days since for St.
Paul, designed for the Minnesota and
Pacific road—or that portion of it be
tween St. Paul and St. Anthony.
lawTtaxes,
AND
REAL ESTATE OFFICE
P. V. WISE, Court Commissioner.
PARTICULAR attention given to causes
in the Supreme Court, as well as in all
earthly courts.
TAXES PAID
In Pierce, Pepin. St. Croix and Polk counties.
Over three thousand acres of Patented
Lands in Pierce county for sale. These lands
were selected by P. V. WISE in person, in
1855 and 1856. and consist of prairie, oak
openings and timber, and are generally well
watered’and comprise good mill sites. Also, a
large quantity of Sshool, University and
Swamp Lands in Pierce, the
"BANNER COUNTY’
And St. Croix county, consisting of every
variety and for sale at from fifty cents to five
dollars per acre.
Likewise Government lands selected and
Land Warrants located,
Kanzas is “ played outthe South for
bids Northern emigration; Pierce has won
The Gorgeous Banner;
The Land Grant Railroad will soon be thro’
to Prescott; so make your bargains while
lands are cheap.
A residence of seven vears in Pierce county
enables me to speak with confidence in regard
to lands in the St. Croix Valley.
Address P. V. WISE,
Attorney at Law,
Box M.» Prescott, Wis.
Prescott, May 8. 1861. n ]tf
SMITH, SHERWOOD & CO?.
COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING
MERCH AN TH,
ST. LOUIS, - - - MISSOURI.
Will give prompt personal attention to the
sale of all kinds of Produce and Provisions,
and make quick returns of sales of the same’
REFER TO
The Merchants and Shippers general!v of
Prescott, Hudson, and St. Paul.
May 4, 1861. nlm
PRESCOTT JOURNAL
A Local, Literary and Political
newspaper,
published every wedndseay MORNING at
PRESCOTT, WISCONSIN,
—BY —
T.UTE A. TAYLOR,
Editor and Proprietor.
TERMS, - - - $2,00 PER ANNUM
local matters.
As a Local Paper if will Le the air. of the
JOURNAL to give full and accurate Local
News, and edvoeale the interests and make
known the advantages of Prescott, Pierce
County and the St. Croix Valley.
POLITICALLY,
Matters are “ a good deal mixed” just new,
and while the JOURNAL will be indepen
dent of any mere party organization, it will
advocate the principles and sustain the policy
of whatever party proposes to maintain the
Constitution and enforce the Laws, and which
at the same time opposes with vigorous and
legal resistance, the encroachments of Slavery
upon the National Domain.
IN LITERARY MATTERS,
It will be the aim of the JOURNAL to
present each week something fresh, pure, at
tractive.
Each number ftf the JOLRXAL will con
tain a summary of the important Domestic
News ot the week.
If you wish to know more about it, walk
up and subscribe for a volume.
Rates of Advertising:
1 square IWk SI,OO 1 square 5 mo's $5,50
1 square 2 w’ks 1,50 1 square 6 mo’s 6,00
1 square 3 w’ks 1,75 1 square 1 year 10,00
] sqnare 4 w’ks 2,00 1-4 col. 6 mo's 12,00
1 square 5 w’ks 2,25 1-4 col. 1 year 20,09
1 square 6 w’ks 2,50 1-2 col. 6 mo’s 18,00
1 square 7 w’ks 2.75 1-2 col. 1 year 30,00
1 square 2 mo’s 3.00 3-4 col. 1 year 35,00
1 square 3 mo’s 4,00 I 1 col’n 1 year 50,00
1 square 4 mo's 5,00 1
One hundred words will be counted as a
square of solid matter ; over 100 words will
be counted as two squares; over 200 words
us three squares, etc., etc.
Legal advertisements inserted at the rates
prescribed by Statute,
Leaded or displayed advertisements will
be charged 50 per cent, above these rates.
Special notices 15 cents p<r line for first in
sertion, and ten cents for each subsequent
insertion.
Transient advertisements must be paid for
in advance; all others quarterly.
Advertisements not otherwise ordered, will
be continued until they are ordered out, and
charged accordingly.
Job Work.
Whole Sheet Posters, first 100, $5 00
Each additional hundred, 3 00
Half sheet, first 100. 3 00
Each additional 100* 2 00
Quarter sheet, first 100, 2 50
Each additional 100, 1 00
Business Cards, Ist 100, 2 00
Each additional 100. 1 00
Business Cards per 1000. 6 00a9 00
Bills of Lading, first 100, 3 00
Each additional “ 1 00
Coloreel Jobs, full price for each color.
THE JOURNAL
f 1?
©evO —■
THE JOURNAL OFFICE
A furnished with an entirely
NEW & COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF
JOB TYPE MATERIAL
and is prepared to execute
Books, Pamphlets, Cards,
HANDBILLS,
CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS
LABELS,
AND ALL KINDS OF
PLAIN B Jfancg printing,
in the best of style and lowest rates.
orders from a distance accompanied with
the CASH, will be promptly
ATTENDED TO.
L. A. TAYLOR.
CEO. MAY POWELL,
DEALER IN
REAL ESTATE,
AND
GENERAL LAND AGENT.
RIVER EALIE,
Pierce Co.,
BEFERENCES:
Hon. L. S. Mav, Philipsville, Allegany Co.
N. Y.
Hon. George Strong, Hudson, St. Croix Co.,
Wis.
A. G. Allen, Sec. G, B. F. R. Imp. Co.,
Green Bav, Wis.
G. W. ’Cairns, River Falls, Wisconsin.
L. A. Taylor,
S. W. Dickinson, "
ONVEYA N C I N G.
The making out of all real estate papers,
and conveyancing generally, attended to
on short notice bv
GEO. MAY POWELL,
COMMISSION.
Buying and selling of land and real es
tate, either on commission or joint account,
by
GEO. MAY POWELL.
Jt A X E S.
Payment of taxes promptly atttended to
on reception of funds, ana descriptions of
property bv
GEO. MAY POWELL.
BSTRA C T S.
Full and reliable abstracts of title pro
cured of any lands or real estate in the
Counties of Pierce and St. Croix
by
GEO. MAY POWELL.
p OST-OFFICE DEPARTMNT
Any person can rely upon receiving a
promt answer to letters of inquiry con
cerning the country, investments, chances
for business or location. We have been in
most of the respectable corners around
here, and ought to be posted for correspon
dents. So drop a line, enclosing a stamp,
to
GEO. MAY POWELL.
PR E E TOWN LOTS
—A T—
RIVER FALLS.
We have about 50 town lots at River Falls
which we
INTEND TO GIVE AWAY
as soon as we can find parties who will im
prove them ; and now that the
Superior and the La Crosse Railroads
have made their
JUNCTION AT THE FALLS,
we presume it will not be difficult to dispose
of them. After those are given away, we shall
mter about 200 left which we will sell on rea
otblehaveonas. For further particulars apply
GEO. MAY POWELL.
PREPARE FOR WAR!
And purchase your
FURNITURE
O F
P. HERZOG,
WHO will sell cheaper than any other
establishment in the Northwest.
All Hinds of Chairs and
CABINET FURNITURE
SOLD AT
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Also,
SASH,
BLINDS,
and DOORS,
Will be furnished at Wholesale” or Retail,
cheaper than any other establishment in the
Northwest.
SALE ROOMS
On Corner of Broad and Kinickinic Sts.,
nltf PRESCOTT, WIS*
TI X SHOP
AND
STOVE STORE ! !
ALL KINDS OF STOVES AND PLOWS
Sold at very low figures, by
JOSEPH FIRNER,
BROAD STREET, - - PRESCOTT, WIS
Repairing done to order, promptly, and at
fair prices. Call and examine my stock and
will certainly satisfy you with quality and
price.
Prescott, Wis., June 19.1861. n7tf
SAIXT CROIX RI VER
TRI-WEEKLY PACKET,
GEORGE P. COOK, - - - R. C. EDEN,
Captain, Clerk.
WILL leave Prescott for Taylor Falls
every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
7 o’clock, A. M.,
Returning at Prescott every altei nate day.
For freight or passage apply on board
July 17, 1861. n lltf
FAIRBANKS’ ~
fli * STANDARD
8 O ja. Xa ZEI 8
of ail kinds,
FAIRBANKS A GREENLEAF,
172 LAKE STREET, - - - - CHICAGO
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE. i
REGULAR TBkWEEKLY
ST. CROIX RIVER PACKET,
LL- S. ALLEN"!
ISA AC GRAY, Master,
WILL leave Prescott Mondays, Wednes-
days and Fridays. Leave *Taylor Falls
Tneedayß, Thursdays and Saturdays', forming
a direct connection with the Railroad and St
Louis Packets.
Prescott, Mav22, 1861. n 3tf
Do Dot Delay to Purify the Blood.
Dr. WEAVER’S
CANKER & SALT RHEUM SYRUP
FOR THE CURE OF
Canker, Salt Rheum, Scrofulous
Disease, Cutaneous Eruptions, Sore Eyes,
and every kind of Disease arising
from an impure state of the
Blood.
THE MOST EFFECTIVE BLOOD PU
rifier of the Nineteenth Century.
IT IS THE PRESCRIPTION OF an Ed
ucated Physician, and all who are affiicted
with any of the above named diseases,should
use it. without delay. It will drive the dis
eases from the system, and when once out on
the Skin, a few applications to
Dr. Weaver’s erate, o r Ointment,
and vou have a permanent cure.
TllE CERATE has proved itself to be the
best Ointment ever invented, and where oi ce
used, it has never been know to fail of effect
ing a permanent cure of Old Sores, 1 atter
and Ringworm, Scald Head. Chilblains and
Frost Bites, Barber’s Iteh, Chapped or Crack
ed Hands or Lips, Blotches or Pimples on the
Face. And for
SORE NIPPLES AND SORE EYES,
the Cerate is the only thing required to cure.
It should be kept in the house of every family.
Read the following letter from the most re
liable authority, and any person desiring fur
ther evidence of the cure will get it by ad
dressing a few lines to Mi. Parker :
Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co., Wis., Oet. 1, ’6l.
Messrs. J. N. Harris <fc Co.—Gentlemen :
Your agent, Mr. A. F. Barnes, whilst passing
through our place, casually heard of a most ef
fectual cure of an obstinate case of salt rheum
in a member of my family, having politely
requested the facts of the case, I most cheer
fully comply with his request.
The subject of this remarkable cure is my
son, and was attacked with salt rheum when
about a year and a half old. I applied from
time to time for aid to the most efficient phy
sicians in the eastern states, one of whom had
traveled in Europe ; but whilst he would at
times receive some temporarp relief, still the
disease remained, and would break out occa
sionally, with the most virulent type, until he
rrrived at the age of tourteen years, when my
eye providentially rested upon the advertise
ment of Dr. Weaver’s Canker and Salt Rheum
Syrup and Cerete. lat ouce procured one
bottle, which on trial so encouraged me, that
I procured two more, together with the Cer
ate, and the result is that my son now is and
has been effectually cured of that wretched
disease for the last three and a half years.
Respectfully yours, ALFRED PARKER.
Price of Syrup sl, Cerate 25 cts. per
bottle.
Directions accompany each Bottle.
Sold by Most Medicine Dealers.
J. N. HARRIS <t CO., Proprietors,
For the Western and Southern States ;
Cincinnati, Ohio.
To whom orders for the above Medicines
may be addressed.
Sole Wholesale and Retail by
B. Wilcox, River Falls Wis.
Knapp Stout <fc Co., Menomonee, “
Wm. J. Whipple, Prescott, “
Richard Courts, St. Paul, Min.
I. S. Kellogg, Red Wing, “
Day <fc Jenks, St Paul. “
Everybody’s Friend.
PERRY DAVIS’
VEGETABLE
PAIN KILLER
THE GREAT
FAMILY MEDICINE OF THE AGE,
Taken iternally.it cures sud
de» Colds, Coughs, etc., Weak Stomach,
Gercral Debility, Nursing sore mouth, Cank
er, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indiges
tion, Cramp and Pain in Stomach, Bowel
Complaint, Painter’s Colic, Asiatic Cholera,
Diarrhea and Dysentery.
APPLIED EXTERNALLY, CURES
Felons, Boils and Sores, Severe Burns and
Scalds. Cuts. Bruises and Sprains, Swelling
of the Joints, Ringworm ana Tetter, Broken
Breasts. Frosted Feet and Chilblains, Tooth
ache, Pain in the Face, Neuralgia and Rheu
matism. It is a sure remedy for Ague and
Chills and Fever.
PAIN KILLER,
taken internally, should be adelterated with
milk or water, or made into a syrup with mo
lasses. For a Cough, a few drops on sugar
eaten will be more effective than anything else.
See Priuted Directions which accompany each
Bottle.
The Pain Killer is by universal consent al
lowed to have won for itself a reputation un
surpassed in the history of medi ;al prepara
tions. Its instantaneous effect in the entire
eradication and extinction of Pain, in all its
various forms incipental to the human family,
and the unsolicited written and verbal testi
mony of the masses in its favor, have been and
are its own best advertisement.
REV. W. B. JACOBS :
Newark, N. J., June 6,1860.
Messrs. Perry Davis <t Son— Gantlemen :
Allow me, unsolicited, to send you a word of
commendation for your Pain Killer. I have
used it in my family these several years, and
fonnd it all it claims to be. For Rheumatism,
Coughs, Colds, Bures, Cholera tendencies and
difficulties, as well as diseases generally that
prevail in families, I regard the Pain Killer as
beyond all price, and as efficacious beyond
any medicine within my knowledge. We
keep it as our chief family medicine, and find
its use in ordinary cases worth more than any
doctor. The testimony of others among my
acquaintances and friends is equally favora
able. Many clergymen have spoken of it in
the highest terms as a family medicine. Mis
sionaries in repeated instances have said to me
in person and in their letters, that the Pain
Killer was by far the best medicine used in
heathen lands, and they use it for themselves
and families, and it to others
around them. Thus ranch lam inclined to
say as an act of jnstice to yourselves; and as a
benefit to others. You are at liberty to use
this testimonial, if of any service.
Rev. W. B. JACOBS,
Late Editor Christian Chronicle.
BEWARE OF ALL IMITATIONS.
The Pain Killer is sold by all respectable
Druggists throughout the U. States and in
foreign countries.
Prices— 2s cts., 50 cts., ank $1 per Bottle.
J. N. HARRIS <t CO.,
Proprietors for the Western and Southern
States.
Cincinnati. O.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
B. Wilcox, River Falls, Wis.
Knapp Stout <t Co., Mememonee, “
Wm. J. Whipple, Prescott "
Richard Courts, St. Paul, Min.
I. S. Kellogg, Red Wing, «
Day & Jenks, St. Paul. ••
TO CONSUMPTIVES
AND
NERVOUS SUFFERERS.
The subscriber, for several years a resident
of Asia, discovered while there, a simple veg
etable remedy—a sure cure for Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and Ner
vous Debility. For the benefit of Consump
tives and Nervous Sufferers, he is willing to
make the same public.
To those who desire it, he will send the pre
scription, with full directions, free of charge •
also a sample ofthe medicine, which they will’
find a beautiful combination of Nature’s sim
plest herbs. Those desiring the remedy can
obtain it by return mail, by .vidreding
J. E. CUTHBERT,
A Fril «. Y
JOHNS Sl CROSLEY,
—SOLE—
MANUFACT’RERS OFTHE IMPROVED
GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT ROOFINC,
The cheapest and most durable Roofing in use
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF
IT can be applied to new and old Roof s
all kinds, and to Shingle Roofs with 0!;t
removing the shingles. The cost is only ab*>v’
one-third that of Tin, and it is twice as du.
rable.
GUTTA PERCHA OEMENT (
For preserving and repairing Tin and
Metal Roofs of every description, from it,
great elasticity, is not injured by the contrao
tion and expansion of metals, and will not
crack in cold or run in warm weather.
These materials have been thoroughly
ted in New York and in all parts oft)#
the Southern and Western States, and we can
give abundant proof of all we claim in tfe.
favor. They are readily applied by orduan
laborers, at a trifling expense..
“ NO HEAT IS REQUIRED.”
These materials are put up ready for v.s<
and for shipping to all parts of the countrr
with full printed directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be furnish ;
on application by mail or in person at Obr
Principal Office and Warehouse, 72 M ill lan>
Street, (comer of Liberty Street.) N. Tort
nllyl JOHNS & CROSLEY.
Something for the Times
A,
NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
JOHNS & CROSEEY’S
American Cement Glup
THE STRONGEST GLUE IN THE WORLD
For Cementing Wood, Leather, Glass, horn.
China, Marble, Porcelain, Alabaster, Bone,
Coral, etc., etc., etc.
The only article of the kind ever product*
which will withstand Water.
EXTRACTS :
“ Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns <fc Crosley’s American Ceuw
Glue.”— New York 'Times.
“ It is so convenient to have in tha house
New York Express.
•• It is always ready ; this commends it to
every body.”— New York Indapcndont.
“ We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water.”— Wilke's Spirit es th>.
Times.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reductions to Wholesale Deal
ers. Terms Cash.
For sale by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the county.
JOHNS CROSLEY, Sole Manufactur
ers. 72 William Street, corner of Liberty St..
New York. nllyl
Great Summer Remedy.
GOOD F 0 R T H E S T O M A Cli
Dr. S. O. RICHARDSON’S
SHERRY WINE BITTERN!
THE CELEBRATED NEW ENGLAND REMEDY
—FOR—
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General Debility,
and all Diseases arsing from a Dis
ordered Stomach, Liver or
Bowels,
THEY are used and recommended l>r
leading Physicians of the country.
all who try them pronounce them jnrahia
ble.
Dr. JAMES L. LEEPERE, writes from
Navarre, Stark Co., Ohio, “the Bitters an
highly praised by those suffering from in
digestion, dyspepsia and liver complaint.”
Dr. WM. M. KERR, of Rogersville, Ind.
writes us that they are the most valnable med
icine offered. He has recommended them
with great success, and with them made sev
eral cures of palpitat ion of the heart and gen- ■
eral debility.
E. M DAVIS, Postmaster of Williamgpori,
Ohio’ says “they give great satisfaction. 1®
use them myself, having taken cold, becoir J
prostrate and lost my appetite. It receirei -
mo, and I can recommend it with gieat as
surance of its merits.”
THOS. STANFORD, Esq. Blountsvilb
Henry Co. Ind., writes us a long letter, under
date of May 4, 1860. He was much reduces
had been afflicted for three years with grei
nervous debility palpitation ofthe heart of the
most severe and prostration character “afe
using a few bottles I was completely restorer
and am now in robust health?’
G. W, HOFFMAN says he was afflicted
with rheumatism for twenty years in all i*
various forms, at the date of his letter hehn
been two years well: the Bitters effecting &
cure,when several physician s attending hia
could do him no good, He says, “for rheuraa
tism, dyspepsia, liver complains, kidney i
section, or dropsy, it is as specific certe
remedy.”
J. W. HUNT writes from Delphos. All®
Co., Ohio, (a section where Fever and Ago*
prevails,) that he most cheerfully recoinnieid'
them of decided merit in all cases of FEVK
AND AGUE, DYSPEPSIA, AND GE-' -
ERAL DEBILITY.
D, K. GALLEHERS, M, D„ writes fie
Van Wert, Ohio, “I most respectfully rea® - .
mend the Sherry Wine Bitters to the noticatf
Dyspeptic persons and to all who require >
stimulation medicine.
Such News we are Receiving Daily
FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY
EACH BOTTLE.
They are sold by Medicine Dealers general’:
Price 75 cts. per bottle.
J. N. HARRIS & CO. Cincinnati. 11
Proprietors for the Southern and Wester
States, to whom address all orders.
For sale by
B. Wilcox, River Falls Wi»
Knapp Stout Co. Menomonee ‘
Wm. J. Whipple. Prssoott "
Richard Courts St. Paul, Minn.
I. S. Kellogg Red Wing, “
Day <fc Jenks. St. Paul. "
paradisFmills
HUDSON CITY, WISCONSIN.
THE SUBSCRIBERS keep constantly es |
hand at their Mills on Willow Rb«’> *
short distance from the steamboat landing- 1
large quantity of Fine, Superfine, and
Superfine Flour. Corn Meal, Fuckwh”
Flour, Bran, Shorts, Middlings, and *
kinds of Mill Feed, Provender, &c.,
The subscribers feel confident that with ’
faculties they possess, they can compete
ceasfully with any like establishment.
Persons coming from a distance with
will be promptly attended to. The IW’
of flour put up in half, quarter and eighth M, |
rel sacks, and for sale at whol-sale and
Cash paid for wheat and all other ki n< “
grain. Please give us a call.
COX A GREE>
Hudson, June 13,1857. t 1
O. S. POWELL,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries |
Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, etc. |
River Falls, May 4, 1861.

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