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CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE.
Mild Weather—The Election—The
Wheat Market Butli e>-The Ke
llgous Pres.—The Interior—The
Standard —The Agricultural Pres. -
What They Do— Wc tern Journal,
for We.tern Men—The Prairie Far
iner-Th* Lenal News —Amuse
ment*.
Chicago, Not. loth, 1870.—Mild weather
cmtinues. This morning a few fl-.kts of
snow fell, but it soon cleared i ff bright and
wirm. and it teems more like September
thin November.
THE ELECTION.
Since my las* letter we Lave bad an excited
election, with bitter and disgraceful person
alities on the Congressional i-f-ue as the
mam staples in the canvas*. The Tribune
bolted ttie Republican caudul.ito for Con
gress, Chas. B. Farwell, of the. wholesale
dry goods house of John V. Farwell A Go.,
su'd united with the Times a:.d the Democ
racy on John Wentworth as a reform candi
date, and was beaten by over i: 000 majority.
The Times repudiated Wentworth after the
election, declaring that his course ha I been
such through the canvass that i: did not re
gret his defeat. There is a v ry strong feel
ing among Republican business men against
the Tribune, fi r its cr urso during the can
vass, and it has evidently lost ca-t among
strict party men. But as it took this contse
of deliberate choice, it doubtless anticipated
the consequences of such a step at the out
set. The Rt publicans made a pretty clean
sweep in both city and couuty, but have fallen
off largely in the state.
THE WHEAT MARKET
is not very animated, No. 2 selling at SUM'S
1 00. Receipts the past week were 364 840
bushels, and shipm nts 511,28 b bushels. TANARUS; e
European news rendering a general war
probable encourages holders to hope for a
rise, but all such exp; ctations are uncertain.
BUSINESS
is fair, bat not unusually active. The course
of trade is healthy—not speculative.
THE RELIGIOUS PBE S.
Chicago has become the radiating point for
religious, as well as secular, infill* nces for
the great Northwest, and for abioty, enter
prise, scholarship, breadth ol vi \vs and a
vigorou * piety, its religious press tv li bear
favorable conn arisen w th that of Boston or
New iork. The centre ot popu'ation and
empire has na-sed from the s aboard to the
Mississippi Valley, ;ini the people living in
the Mississippi basin ar henceturth to give
law to this continent Wc m-ed a distinct
ive li*eratur<, religious a-< well as secu.ar,
adapteu to the genius and wants < f the We. t
and the leadii g minds t f this cr-utial r* gioii
perceive this tact and accept the rcuponsi
oilty which it imposts. It is not disre.pcct
ful to our E stern bn tfcn n, or assuming to
be wis- r or better than they, to say that the
men who live in th. Great West and are a
part of it can better comprehend its necessi
ties ind provi ie forth m. Politic ai I e
poiit cal press here long ago attain'd their
majority here, and it is time tbit religions
people at the west ceasi and to look to the esat
for their supply of religion-, newspapers—
especially t-icce they can ..ov be supplied an
well, if not better, at home. And nis a duty
they owe to themselves to m.-taiu their
heme press.
In the front rank of religions^,ipera in this
city is
THE INTERIOR,
an ably edited and beautifully printed seven
co’umu quarto weekly, :ho organ of the re
united Prcsbyteriin Church, numbering
among its contributors some of the ablest
minds ot the country, and having well-in
formed and sagacious correspondents at tlie
chiet commercial, political and religious cen
tres of Europe am. America. It has receiv
ed the warmest commendations of the press
in all quarters, religious and secular, and
meets admirably a want lot g M, by the
Presbyterians ot the west. It gives, in ad
dition to religious intelligence, the market
reports, a full r-ynopsts of home and foreign
news, fresh and interesting reading matter
for all classes and is a living exponent of so
cial, civil and moral progress,an lot the best
hopes and aspirations ot the tun sin which
welive. lu eight mouths it his reached a
circulation of 12, OOU—a striking proof ot its
excellence and popularity. 1c is publi lied
by the Western Publishing Company for $2 50
a 3 ear, and should have a pla ,- e in every
Presbyt o ian t unity ia the northwest. Too tu
subscrib ns now for the next year whi get
the paper free till Jan. 1, 1871.
The organ of the Baptist denomination in
tho west is.
THE STANDARD.
A religions family paper, in its eighteenth
year, with a circu alien of 18 750, published
m Chicago by Church A Goodman at $3 a
year. It is conducted w.iu marked ability,
and is creditable to the lirge religions body
it so efficiently n presents. No Biptlat lani
uy should ba wilL. at it.
THE AGBICULTUKAL PRESS.
Agricultural j mrnalisin, in this country, is
of but comps: atively rece t growth. Within
tho hut twenty years their number hi3 men
largely increased, and the leading outs have
bet a greatly improved. A few, located at
central points, by the enterprise and fore
sight of their publishers, have attained a
large circu ati. n and become almost indis
pensable to tho intelligent and thrifty
fa; men
WHAT THE* Du.
They employ able writers and corrcspond-
C'L.s. and gather and embody the results of j
the b st experiments in tarming, gardening
and stock-raising, over a wide extent of conn- j
try, and, for a mere pittance, transmit to I
each household the practical kno dodge an i i
ripe * xnerience of the most skilled, scientific
and successful cultivators of the son.
WESTERN JOURNALS FOB WESTERN MEN.
And as the soil and climate of the west dif
fer materially from th* se of the east, and
farming here re quirts peculiar meth
ods, there are tar sir >nger reasons
way farmers should prefer western
to eastcru agricultural journal-, than why
tin v should pi.Ter western to > as'ern politi
cal and ulndous j uniats. It is piadical
knowledge ot western farming that the west
ern tai mer needs, ami no farmer’s journal
can aid him so much, other things being
equal, as one grown out of western experi
ence on western soil. Ami as there i- no
point so favorable for th- production of just
such a pap. r as the great agricultural p r
non of tii e mutry needs, as Chicago, is
but the nalinal law : 1 development that her*
sh u and be located tho first, oldest, ablest and
m >st widely circulated western journal of
this class,
THE PRAIRIE FARMER.
Establuhed in ISII, it lias not only kept
p .on with agricultural iuipioveuwiits, but i
with the a arveb ae growth of the N rthwebt. j
1 1 is a large quarto weekly, well printed ini
clear while paper and illustrated with fine
engraving*, ami pub.isheil by the I’raiiie j
Farmer Company—m anew build.ng, con-i
strutted especia ly fur tis purpose—at 112
Bt., altl ft .r. It
gives the earliest and fullest practical infor
mation on ah that pertains to the Farm, the
Garden and the Houst hold, wide-awake edi
torials, and a great variety of well prepared
lea sing matter for the family circle. No
farmer can read it for a year, without being
many times its pi ice the richer. JSn'oscribt rs
for 1*571 git it free to the fii-t of January.
And ad yearly sn'-'eiibers will receive fioe
the Annual f r I>7l, a complete Hand Book
of 151) pages, for the fai m and fireside for the
whole vi it. it .• ;ul tic ben i ffer ISO difii r
e:.t premiums to canvassers for subscribers,
ranging in value from a dollar gold pen to a
first-class piano, beside special priz-s or
post-inasters, school teachers, st. ro-ktep-rs.
a’d for boys and girls. But, aside from its
splendid prizes, the Prairie Farmer will car
ry gl&dnes-* to many thousand families, the
coming year.
THE LEGAL NEWS.
The only wet kly . iw paper in the West has
entered upon its third y ar. It is the t-Si al
paper of the state t r publishing the laws of
Illinois. It publishes m advance of the re
ports, the most imp >rtant decisions of the
Snprt ni • Court of tins state, and of die Di
trict and Circuit Couits of the Fniti.il States,
head notes from the reports of tlie various
Supreme Courts in aJ.-anee < f the rtgular
issues, abstracts of recent E igltsh oasis,
and tbe latest gem rai legal ii - I'hgeuce, It
is published by Myra Bradwel!, Chicago, at
$2 a year.
AMUSEMENTS.
The Theodore Thomas conceits, which
close to-night at I arwelt Had, have been ad
mirable performance s.
At MeVicker’s theatre, Maggie Mdrheil is
p'aving a successful engagement, and will
give us Jana Eyre Friday and Satnr lay even
ings. Next Wt'ek M-'Vicker himself will give
us a round of comedies.
At Aiken’s Museum Boncicau’.Fe Happarce.
or, The Treaty of Limerick, is 1: rving a gri it
ruu. Thanksgiving there will he tour per
formance*.
At the Opera House, the Lingml t’oupe
art* now perform ug. to be succeeded, m \t
week, by Marie Beel id .th great trage i
enc?, ami a star company. ia Si Liner’s
Mary Stuart, Jane 1 vre, rod Faust.
At" th- D arb<m th atre. Manning’s Min
et els bring down tin lions;' th -. w ek with
“Across the Contim nt,” and m\ week hey
make “A Trip Around the World. 13.
Every man should insure his life to tn
txteiit corresponding with me style in
idh he lives. Try the Washington Life.
iNTEr.BrPTIONS IN PUBLIC WORSHIP.—A
most singular series of interruptions in
the public worship occurred in a church
in a neighboring state a few Sabbaths
since. First tho pastor, h. ving left some
thing in his study, gave out a hymn which
be thought long enough, and went after it.
But the hymn was not long enough, and
the congregation waited and the organ
tooled some little time. The sermon, pro
ceeded some ten minutes, when, next, a
lady in the front seats fell screaming in a
ht of epilepsy, and stopped everything.
Quiet being restored, the sermon went on,
disturbed at intervals by the movement of
one or two who were in attendance upon
the suSorer, when suddenly there was a
stir arid a shuffling noise from the rear
and a lady who had fainted was
borne hastily out into the porch. Again
the preacher proceeded, and in a few min
utes another rustle was caused by the sud
den faintness of a third, who did not quite
swoon away, and was led gently down in a
back pew. Congregationalist. „
>o. 28.
Nervous debility with its gloomy attend
aots, low spirits, deproeei&o, mvoluuiart
.Riiceions, loss of semen, epermattorrhecE
loss of power, dizzy bead, loss of memory
anJ threatened impotence and imbecility
and a sovereign cure in Humphrey’s Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight. * Composed
of the most valuable Alld and potent cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality, to thejentiie man. They have
ured thousands of cases. Prica $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of
powder, worth $2.00, which is very important
in obstinate and ol i cases, or $1 per
single box. Sold by ail druggists, and sent
by mail on receipt of price. Address Hum
onrey’s Wperific Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 562 Broad wav. New York.
Wholesale Agents— Burnham's & Van Schaaek, Hurl
hurt A Kdsail, Chicago. lha ; Jenks A Gordon, St.
Fan! Mina,; Brown Webber & Graham, St, Louis,
Mo.; Farran.l, Shak-y <s Cos , Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. Gates and Mrs. James.—Mrs. Gates.
—Good ni ruing, Mr.-. James. How well you
are looking; far better than when I saw you
last.
Mrs. James.—Oh yes; I am much better
than I have been for a long time, and 1 am
now on my way for m re of ray favorite med
icine—Plantation Bitters, boo bottle of it
is worth all ’he doctors in the world. No
more doctors for me.
Mrs Gates. —Near y every one speaks well
of Plantation Bitters, and I have a mind to
try it myself. Too fact is, I have no appetite,
-trength or energy for anything. Mary and
Lizzie are in the same way, and lounge about
the all day 10-g, good lor nothing.
Mrs. Ja nes.—Mv word for it, Mrs. Gates,
jus* iet them try Plantation Bitters raoder-
Mteiv three times a day, and you will see a
wonderlai improvement.
Sea Moss Fakine from pure Irish Moss,
for Blanc Mange, Pad lingß,Castardß,Creams,
Ac., Ac. The cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world.
The Best and Original Tonio of Iron
Phoavhorus and Calisaya, known as Caswell,
Mack A Co.’s Ferro Phosphorated Elixir ot
Calisaya Bark. The Iren restores color to
the blood, tlie Phosphorus reuews waste of
nerve tissue and the L-alisaya gives a natural,
healthful tone to the digestive organs, there
by curing Dyspepsia in its various forms,
Wakefulness, General Debility and Depres
sion if Spirits. Manufactured only by CAS
WELL, HAZARD & CO., successors to Gas
well, .Lack & Cos., New York. Sold by a!J
Druggists.
The Youths’ Companion of Boston, ia a
thoroughly v..de awake paper having among
ns contributors such writers as Prof D
Milio, Graco Gi eon wood, Mrs. Harriet Becch
<t Stowe e?id Mrs. Louisa Chandler Moulton.
No writers more attractive in ,he country,
and no publication more enter laining and
useful. Send for sample copy.
New Haven Family Knitting Machine.—
Simplest, cheapest and best. Agents wanted.
H. B. Goodrich, General Agent, 82 Dearborn
street, Chicago, wholesale dealer in sewing
machine atttchmeats.
J vne & Almini, Importers ana dealers In
Artists Materials, and 1 ••••ding Fresco Paint
ers t f t e West, 152 and 154 South Clark
street, Chicago
Huelbut & Edsat.l’s, leading wholesale
druggist* of the Northwest, corner Lake
street and Wabash aveu in, Chicago.
Pat esmfn and others wishing profit bin I
emn’oyraent will d*> well to notice the adver
ti i incut of S. W. Kennedy, of Philadelphia, i
This is a reliable and liberal house.
Her advertisement of Dr. Butts’ Dispensa
ry, headed,Book for the Million—Marriage
OriDE—in another column. It should be
read by all.
N rthwestern Horse Nail Cos., manufac
turers of Patent Hammered Horse Nails.
Office (’.B West Van Boren street. Factory 66
to 68 West Van Bun n street, corner Clin
ton street, Chicago.
James H. Foster & Cos.. 151 Lake street,
Chicago, importers of breech-loading shot
guns and implements.
Laclede Hotel, Chicago, $2.00 per day,
(none better.) corner Madison and Canal Bit*.
Th b pertu i innfaotnred in this conn- i
trv t-re said to be much better than the
majority ot those imported from abroad.
MARKETS.
NEW YORK.
Beef Battle—Fair to Prime.... sis 00 ©l6 00
Hogs—Live . .. 7 60 (tu 8 50
Shesp—Fair to Prime 4 00 <4 C 00
Cotton —Middling <4 i
Flock —F.xtra Western 6 75 © 6 60
Wheat —No. 1 Spring 1 27 (4 1 2S
Corn—Western Mixed t-7 (4 88
Oats —Wistera f9 © 60
Kte —We-tera 96 (4 98
Baklet 1 00 4 1 02
Pork—Mess 03,24 50
Laru 14>%:i$ 16
UUICAGO.
P.eevfs—Choice f 7 '2 5 @7 75
Prune 6 60 (a; 7 00
Fair Grades 6 50 (n, 6 00
Medium .8 75 @ B 25
Stock Cattle —Common 350 (di s no
Inferior 2 so (4 3 26
II os Live 600 789
SaFF.p—- Live—Good to Choice ... 250 ©4 25
Butter —Choice 27 © 30
Kaos—Freeh 20 (4 23
FLvUR —White Winter Extra. ... 6(0 (4 750
Spring Extra 4 75 © 8 50
Wheat—Spring, No. 1 . 1 01K ® 1 ‘ 2
No. 2 98 K® 99 K
Corn—No. 2 63 ?
Oats—No. 3 37 K® Ss
Kyk—No. 2 ® 65
Barlkt—No. 2 79 <t 8t
Pork—Mesa, Now 22 50 (423 <'o
Lard 14,K® 16
CINCINNATI.
Dff.f Cattle $ 2 50 &> 7 50
Hogs—Live 7 00 ®7 25
Shut —Live IN <4 4 00
Flour—Fr.iui’j t 25 (ol 5 5>
Wheat—ited 1 10 ® X 12
Corn 5> <4 B 4
Oats 35 .jj 45
Ryk 75 @
Barley 1 10 <4 I 13
Poax.—Mesa - 634 00
L(.rp (4 15K
ST. LOUIS.
rOn $ C PO tf. 7 60
Good to Prime.. 4 00 is 6 00
Hogs—Live 7 IK) (4 8 00
Bhut—Good to Choic-* 3 75 .v„ 5
Flour—Sprin;; XX 5 25 (4 5 50
Wheat—No. £ Red 1 15 u 1 18
Corn • to -tn 7i
Oats 4‘) ® 43
Rye 76 ® 78
P-ARLET 80 (<£ 1 06
Pork—Mess (®24 50
Lard 14 (gi 14 K
MILWAUKEE.
Reaves—Choice f 7 00 & 7 50
Prime 6 ; *
Fair Grades 5 60 (4 6 00
Medium 3 50 @6OO
Stock Catt le- Common 350 (4 5 00
Inferior 2 50 (4 3 25
:. 18 -Live 7 0 @75
Shkep—Live—Good to Choice... *2 00 (4 *OO
Butter —Choice 23 (4 26
Eg- I *—Fresh 24 <4 25
Ft OUR —White Winter Extra 5 T 5 '4 6 25
•ring Extra 6 (0 @ 5 60
I fi’SEi.-vpriae, So. 1 I (tt (4 1 04
No. 2 99>,*4 1 P 0
Corn—No. 2 @ 50
Oats—No. 2 @ 40
Rye--No 2 <4 64
I Barley—Good @ 75
; Pork—Mesa (422 50
Lard 14 v 4 '6
iliOlt ONLY 75 t’KNTs t,w can r-v-o-p tnst
I J; vidvtstka pa.per.ttje **STAK SPANGLEO
1$ \Ns i; |{,t* tor a whole jaar, an i Lithe new eie
p.T ii 1 rmr ia*-e i- ok; “I’IOXKEKS OP
A'lllltK V." It is 1 -1 1 feet in M/e, plate paper, of
•-ryle u-n u: aeld at >3 ** l and we off >r paper, eng rav
ins m to’ er, amt prepaid, a i 'or only 7 > cents, and if
nvi art a >t satiafisd t
• ■ cm 81AB SPASOLI DB iNNIR.
liinsdale, N. H.
Cf AUB-HKN WANTED. To Nllfwdc by satn
. * pie at wi. >1 Sid-*. W- w I pay a -alary of s‘s.i •to
■*l?0 per month an let pease- K<ter-n
X RKXNKi I A • O . 1-i Madison h , I hi a;o. i..
Trait SBCBETH OF YOUTH UNTEIIJBO
\ —edio Vroatiae of thirty-two pg.-s setpre
n ,t ‘on rereipt of ‘w. three .-it p stage tom s.
Address M. B. LA UROtX. Aibauy. N V.
\ I)AV. 4 new article-for A gents. Sam
. eot f ise. H H SHAW Allred Me
$1.30. ISI.SC.
THE
WEEKLY WISCONSIN
FOR
1.8^1..
Greatly Enlarged and Improved
■Wliiie unsurpassed in the character of its con
tents, in their variety, : realities*; and interest, it in
believed to be, for its size, the
CHEAPEST WEEKLY PUBLISHED,
Containing, as it does 4S columns of Choice Read
iya matter, printed with tu w type and fine paper
makitg it the Hanesomesi and
BEST WEEKLY PAPER THE WEST I
Arrangements have been male to publish several
serial stories during the year, commencing on the
23 J of November, with the interesting Romance ol
“MO MAN’S FBI£N3,”
Uy the Author of Anne Judge,
To be followed by others during the year; any one
of which would cost more In book form than our
price of subscription.
New subscribers fiom January Ist, 1871, will re
ceive the back numbers of
THIS STORY FREE
GIVING
OVER THIfU EEM i
Subscription for the price oione year.
Hach number of the Weekly ’Wisconsin will con
tain short editorials on the leading topics of the
day, the news ef the world for the wt ek, agricultu
ral it ms. commercial nows, markets made up ex
pressly for the Weekly, a short original or selected
story, interesting correspondence, choice poetry,
and a
BOYS m GILLS BEPARTIYKKT
AND THE
WOMAN-WORLD S
While the Wiscon in will confine its devotion to
Rep.jbhcan principles, the pub i- hers do not iutt-ud
to be a partisanj urnal, but rather a Family News
taper, full of welcome reading for the father ,
mothers and children of every household in the
Northwest.
We will ecnl It FklEfrom the commencement
of tin- story until January Ist, IS7I, to any one
sending us their addiess, or will send it from
November 23d to January Ist, 1872, for sl.fo; or
tiatii May Ist, 18J1, completing the above story,
for 5J cents.
Terms of tlae Wisconsin
WEEKLY WISCONSIN,
1 copy one year, ... $1.50
5 copies “ - ... 7.00
11 copies “ - - 15.00
20 copies “ - ... 25.00
Additional copies at rate of the club.
SEMI-WEEKLY WISCONSIN.
1 copy one year, - - - $3.00
5 copies “ . . . 12.50
10 copies “ - - . - 22.50
EVENING WISCONSIN.
1 copy one year, by mail, - - 810.00
1 copy three months “ - - 2.50
Atl letters should he carefully ad Irossed
CRAMER, AX KENS A CRAMER,
November liltti. 1 70 Milwaukee. Win.
LANDS IN S.UTH-WtST MISSOURI.
The Atliiitic & Pacific Sal.road
( R’mbracinr? late South have for tala 1 v , )
acres, ol quality, lonic credit,cbe*p ’ ori>arti i
lar, in pamj nlets. soply to A.VIQS TUoiv, laud
(J )mraiss;onor. No. 5.3 Walnut fi’reet. St. l.ouis. Mo.
a. s. w. ‘f 10 ’•; ■ j;-
23d S.€gu;ar rVZouti ly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
P7BXIIK ONLY RELTARLE (rllT THSTBimiTION
It io the coaa'r?. ia Cash a i Valuable
Pr zes to be distributed Decemojr sth, l^To.
CAPITAL PRIZE, - - $6,000
I N GOLD.
Single Tickets, $1; ‘it TioVats, $5. Agents wanted
to sell kke's Oirculirs coiUa nhig fun nartiualars
will be St.nt t > any one ordering 'hnra Adar =- s
a. b. w. Taylor a < ).. b *i itm,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
GEKTLEMEW J i
Need (ham. A>w invntinn, roaenriy patented,
el" tie an*! can ba ued far moat ;s s>c a; !i. or 3 for
SI.W, by ma t Address A. lIAKWiLI.,
Cmcinna'i, O.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. >
tir-SK'SG MADE EASY. No rubbing of the
'o V clothes. .Sive-i liMt !.Ati'R Patif.sck ."-d I
M -* t Does not iniw the r'othee Sent, wn h fall ia-
I r ■
guaranteed. E. H.COLG.AT . Box 16-, acinnati, O.
50,00(f G JLI) P£md~Foii SAL£~
CHOWfI 60LD PEHS
(Warranted 16 Karats line )
S AVKBY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD SHOULD
J write legib.y. and tubta.n a i,h degree o: p o
ticiemy aottnng adds more mil -r; illy t * one’s progress
m tha art ot penmanship man the use oi a
FIRST-CLASS GOLD PEN.
Oor pen" have repula'ion second to none in the
country: but, in order to give everybody an op ■< rtiieitv
of procuring a GOl-D I’l, v that v * K WaKHANT UJ
UiVK ENTIKK SATIhFACTION.we h ve decided to
offer for sale our co brand knuivn as tha
‘ COLG-iITE CaOWN
upon the following liberal hat*is:
We mami Hctnre for 1 idles two sizes, known as *
No. 1 and No.‘2. and tw ■ u.r go men known as j
No. -*> ami So. it. and place th* m all at to. umiurmly .
low price of
Si. EACH,
Or, Fou.r Pens. 55.0 0.
IN ADDITION. WK GIVE TO EACH GUSTOMK*?.
FOR EVERY PEN ORDERED, A r.CKI.T IN OUR
GRAND
GIFTDISTRiBUTION
Amounting to
Which wili positively take place at
Cincinnati, February lit, 2,373..
The Lists of Gilts are as Fellows:
I CASH GIFT, 83,000 0()
1 • “ 2.501 l OO
a “ “ 81,000 each, a, OOO OO
3 “ •• 5 00 “ 1,600 OO
S “ 250 “ a.DOG OO
lO “ " IUO “ 1,000 OO
50 •* “ 50 * a,500 OO
1 0 Rose’H Pianos, 000 *‘ 0.000 0u
10 “ ‘‘ 400 “ 4,000 00
4 nill’rd Tables GOO •' >,400 UO
30 Srwlng tl*ca', SO “ a,400 OO
1,405 Othi r Gifts, such as Gold and
Silver Watches, Diamond Pius. Gold
Chains, articles of Jcweiry.etc .vary
ing inis'.ue from £5 io f3 n)eaca, a.8,700 OO
1,024 GIFTS. Valued at §OO,OOO OO
REMEMBER. OUR TERMS:
One Gold Per, (cither stir l , - S 1 30
Or Four Pens “ *• for 5 DO
And a ticket # ven ; s the above Grand i i-'r ha*ion, ‘or
every pea ordered.
ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY.
?*’’■ AGENTS w.nfd it. ••e*v • > t:o -J--- .
Ito whrm liberal cuomi.-tioa* wil. t ,a : .J.
l Addvtts&ll o.da.-to
. H. ( 01.(1 tTF A ro„
Box I 00. ( UK-innati. (liile.
OTIS McCOLLUM & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO
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T advise all who suffer from nervous disease to lose
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Plaster. A. F. STERLING,
bee Singer Mfg Cos.
New York Jane 8,1868.
Stain of the Side Cured.
Alliniown, Pa,
Messrs. T. Allcock i Cos. ;
Dear Sirs—My daughter used one of your Porous
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JOHN V. N. HUNTER.
Inflammation o i the Kidneys
Cared.
Thomas Allcock A C®., Sing Sing-For years I
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yjur Porous Piasters were recommended to ms. I
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Severe Cough Cured.
I.etter from tbe Hot. Dt. Beattie.
SCO I cat OWN, Orange Cos , N. Y., Oct. 20,1868.
TIIOMsB ALLCOCK a I 0., Sing Sing:
Your Porous Plas ers are a great blessing. My
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Bad Brahe Areally Relieved in a
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Jure of a Siadly Cri'shcd breast
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J. R. BUCK,
No. 2, South I ifth street, Williamsburg, L. L
Thomas A. lcock i Cos.
Important l etter from S3r. Samuel
Bard, Governor of Idaho.
Washington, April 2.1570.
Messrs. AlLcoc.; <t Oo:
Year Porous Strengihmg Plasters have proved of
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Fla t rs having proved equally useful ia their cases as
in mine. SAMUf I. BARD,
I ate Editor Atlanta, (Ga.,) Daily New Era.
Sciatica and Rheumatism
Seaside llorsE Rockaway Reach, Sept, 1. I*sCS
Messrs. Allcock i. Cos., Sirg Sing:—
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To Physicians
New Yoke, August loth, 18C8.
Allow me to call your attention to my
PREPARATION OF COMPOUND EX
TRACT BUCUU. Tie component parts
are, BUCHU Long Leaf, CUBEBS JUNI
PER BERRIES.
Mode of Preparation. Buchu, in
vacuo. Juniper berries, by distillation, to
form a tine gin. Cubebs extracted by dis
placement with spirits obtained from
Juniper Berries; very little sugar is used,
and a small proportion of spirit. It is
more palatable than any now in use.
Buchu as prepared by Druggists, is ot
a dark color. It is a plant that emits its
fragrance; the action of a flame destroys
this (its active principle,) leaving ad irk
and glutinous decoction. Mine is the
color of ingredients. The Buchu in my
preparation predominates. The smallest
quantity of the other ingredients are added
to prevent fermentation; upon inspection
it will be found not to be a Tincture, as
made in Pharmacopoea, nor is it a Syrup—
and therefore can be used in cases where
fever and inflammation exist. In this, you
have the knowledge of the ingredients and
the mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a trial
and that upon inspection it will meet with
your approbation,
With a feeling of profound confidence,
I am very respectfully,
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Chemist and Drugg st of 19 Year’s Ex
perience.
(From the largest Manufacturing Chemists
in the World.)
November, 4, 1854.
“I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Ilelm
bold; he occupied the Drug Store opposite
my residence, and was successful la con
ducting the business where others had not
been equally so before bim. I have been
favorably impressed with his character and
enterprise.”
WM. WETGHTMAN,
Firm of Powers and Weightman, Manufac
turing Chemists, Ninth and Brown Sts.,
Philadelphia.
HELMBOLD’S
FLUID EXTRACT
BUG H U,
For weakness arising from indiscretion.
The exhausted powers of Nature which aie
accompanied by bo many alarming symp
toms, among which will be found, Indispo
sition to Exertion, Loss of Memory. Wake
fulness, Horror of Disease, or Forebodings
of evil; in fact, Universal Lassitude, Pros
tration, and inability to into the
enjoyments of society.
Till COKTITUTiON,
once affected with Organic Weakness, re
quires the aid of Medicine to strengthen
and invigorate the system, which HELM
BOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU invariably
does. If no treatment is submitted to,
Consumption or Insanity ensues.
HELMBOtO’S
Fluid Extract of Buchu
n affections peculiar to Females, is une
qualled by any other preparation, as in
Chlorosis, or Retention, Painfulness, or
Suppression of Gust unary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Sehimia state of the Uterus,
andall complaints inc-ientai to theses, or
the decline or change of life.
HE LEVI BOLD’S
Fluid Extract Buchu
AND
IMPROVES ROSE WASH
will radically exterminate from the system
diseases arising from habits of dissipation,
at little expense, little or no change in doit,
no inconvenience or exposure; completely
superseding those unpleasant ar fl danger
ous remedies, Copaiva and Mercury, in all
these diseases.
USE H£LM3GSJ’3
Fluid Extract Buchu
all diseases of these organs, whether ex
isting in male or female, from whatever
cause originating, ami no matter of how
long standing. It is pleasant in taste and
odor, “immediate” in action, and more
strengthening than any of the preparations
of Bark or Iron.
Tiros suffering from broken down cr
delicate constitutions, procure the remedy
at once.
The reader must be aware that, however
slight may be the attack of the above dis
eases, it is certain to affect the bocii'y
health and mental powers.
Al! the above diseases require the aid of
a diuretic. HELMBOLDS EXTRVCT
BUCHU is the Great Diuretic.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price
$1 25 per Botlic, or 6 Bottle s lor $6 50,
Delivered to any address Describe
Symptoms in all communications.
ADDRESS :
Ho T. HELMBOLD,
Drug k Chemical War&hoim,
594 Broadway. New Stork,
IvONE ARE GENUINE unless done
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