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Tine Tests tha Kents elan Tnms
1S40- to 1870.
for th:rty YEARS I .
Perry Davis5 Pain Killer
Hu been tested la every variety of climate, and
by aim, every nation ka-vwn to Americans. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable friend of
tbeaussisuary and the traveler, on sea and land, and
no one should uavel oa r LAKES OK KIVKKd
Pain Killer was tie rirst and is the
Only Permanent Pain Reliever.
Sine tb PAIS! Kni.FR was fin introduced, and
met vita each unsurpassed rale, many Liniments,
Kixd- rs, Panaceas, ami other Rf.memf.s have been
oered to Use pn'juc, bnt none of them hare attained
the truly E viable staidls of the PAIN K.ILLJ-.K.
;-: rmr is this so ?
It Is because DAVIS PAIS KILLE3 is what
claims to be, a Keliever of 1'ain,
iTS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If yen are suffering from TJVXKRNAL PAIN, trnnt
to Uart i iir.p m lull tuiUr wul etxnost instantly cure
yaa. ! bere is nothing o equal it. In a few moments
it caw Colics, CrEupn, Spasms, Ueertourn. D-arrhea.
Dysentery. lax. Wind in the liowela, Soar bujmaon.
AJyspep.-ia, Kielc Headache. " '
In sections of the country where FKVEK ASD
AG UK prevails there is no remedy held in greater,
nsteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
few drops in water will prevent, sickness cr bowel
troubles from change ef water. -.,
In foreign ooautries the calls for PAIS KULLr.lt are
great. It is round to
Cure Cholera when all other
WHEN USED EXTERNALLY. AS A LINIMENT,
nothing rives quicker ease in Burns, Cuta, Braises,
fepnuns, fctmgs of Insects, Scalds, It removes the fire,
and the wound ne&ls like onlinarv sores. Those suffer
ing with RHEUMATISM. GOUT, or KF.URIiGIA,
it not a fmsitrre cure, they rind the PAIN KILLKR
give them .-eliei when no other remedy wilL It .
Qiyes Instant Relief frcm A chin Teeth
From 181, to this dsv, 1S79. (thirty years.) PERRY
PAVLs' PAIN KliXr.R has had no Rival!
JEorv Bmj-'kecjer tjiould k&rp if (' hand, to apply it on
the first attack 01 any Pain It will give setisfaotoaj
relief, and save boars of suffering.
Iono trrne with yoorseivee by testing untried rem e
edies. 'Be sure you call tor, and ret the genuine PAIN
KJ LLF.K, as many worthless nostrums are attempted
to be sola on the (treat reputation of this vafuablemed-
is.ne. tF Direction accompany each bottle.
Price 35 eta, a) cts.. and $1 per Bottle.
J. X. HAKKld A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietor
lor the Southern and V- estern States.
Uf For Sale by all Medicine Dealers, .
Sold at Milwaukee by H. BoswottTH A BOSS,
Gbkm A Button. Rick 4 Kisrso. Dkaks Broo,
' Dohulek, SCBXOX A Ckx. and ail Milwaukee Drag,
tots ' .
Tilt Season of Exhaustion.
The close sultry weather which usually prevails
tottard the end of the summer is particularly unfa
vorable to the feeble and enervated. Even the
vfcll-tnit frame of strong men feel the influence of
the season, and lassitude and languor pervade the
whole community. Ladies, especially those in del
icate health, suffer much from debility, occasioned
fcy the humid heat and feci the want of a whole
some invisoraat. In fact a necessity of something
lo recruit the exhausted system is experienced
more or less by everybody, and the only questios
is, what ViOi tomeihing wuZ ke. With those who
have tested the effects of Ilostetter's Stomach Bit
ters on themselves, or have observed i'.s Sects on
others, this oj-estion will not be in doubt for a
a single moment. Its tonic and regulating opera
tion, and its agency in creating healthy appetite
and promoling digestion, are rightly classed by all
who have resorted to this unequalled vegetable
invigoraut and corrective, among the most txtraor
- dinary therapeutic wonders of modem times. It
should be taken at ttis season as a safeguard
&nninnt f ha rrtidpmic diseases which Are so ant to
attack the relaxed sjstem in the fall of the year.
As H is understood that mercenary speculators
In various parts of tha country are endeavoring to
supersede the standard tonic of the age with worth
less articles manufactured by themselves which
.- they represent to be superior to this long tried
remedy.it Js" proper to put the cublioon their
guard against this speriesof imposition, and to
warn them against the deleterious trash with which
- diiioccrabie dealers reek to drench them.
GREATEST F'ECiGAL DISCOVERY
. . . OF THE ACE.
FH.KKNEDV. of Koxbury.has discovered In
B p on. 0f oir common pasture weeds a remedy that
cures F.VF.RY K1D OF HUMOR, from the WORST
JSC KOKULA dowa to a OO.M WON PlMPtK.
Two bottles are warouued to cor a nnrsing sors
Ocs or three bottles will core the worst kind ol
pint pies on the fsce.
Two or taroo bottles will clear the syrtem of biles.
Two bottles aye warranted to cure the worst canker
In the stomach.
Tbree to live bottles are warranted to cure the worst
kind of erysipelas. .
One to two bottles are warranted ta cure all humor in
. the eyes. . '
Two 1 Kittles are warranted to cur running of the
' ears and blotches anxmy the nair.
i our to bi botUes are warranted to cure corrupt and
I irteea to twenty bottles will care scab eruptions of
Two or thres botiles are wsJtranted to cure the worst
kind of rirnrworra.
T wo to three bottles an warranted to curs the most
i uroe or oux uwuw aio nwiauwu m kujb bm.
. rbewm. ' .
Kiva to aiirht battles will cure the worst case of crof-
One to two bot tles are warrsnted tonre the worst
case of dyspepsia. I know from the experience of
thoosands'th&t it has been caused by canker in the
stomach. . . . ,
One to two bottles are warranted to core sick head
ache One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a costive
State of the bowels. -
' One to two bottles will regulate all derangement el
the kidneys. .
Four to ex bottles have cured the worst eases of
. One or three bottles have cured the worst case of
uiles: a rehet is always experienced; what a mercy to
iret relief frjm snob an exeruciatirjK dueare I
A hnnAftt is alw&vs experienced from the first bottle.
and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quan
tity is taken. ...
No chance of diet is ever necessary: eat the best yon
oau (fet. and enough of it.
Manufactured by DO.V4XD KEKKEDT, So. 13f
' WawMM ctTMit Rvirrmrr. Hffl&Jt.
tar PRluEt.&J. t or sile by every Drafifiifit in Ul
United istatw nnn Kntiyh I rovirrcsL
JOB 5 OSES'
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
Th. innlnahl Pills are nnfaiiinc in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which thf
female oossritiiaon is subjocL They moderate all ex
ossses and remove all obstructions, from whatever cause.
TO QUERIED LADIES
They ere particularly suited. They will in a short tim
aJthoufrh very poweriul, contain nothing hurtful to the
consul u uon. 1 B all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec
tions, Paics in the Back and limbs, Fatiene on slight
exertion. Palpitation of the Heart Hysterics and
Whites, they will enact a cure when all other means
have tule i. 't he pamphlet around each package has
full directions and advice, or will be sent free to all
writing for sealed from observation.
Job WofM' fir Jtmrt darlee't Female Pith an ezfeMtfwta
OonNTEBmiTKDi. -The ganrintkatv the ncttrx ef "J Oh
w R In m i 1 t 'mhmrm thA I . FVI'l VF unnst be
Obtainetx, une iAuar, wicxt nrieen ceni tot puetoKe,
eBclctsed to- the sole proprietor, JOB ilOSKS. lo Cort
alandt street New York, will insure a bottle of the yam.
e, coauining Firry Pills, by return msil. ttmrcly taitii
xtoni any snpwieftre ot its contewM.
- IXo. 13,
: mfTTTA - nULTBUS CTJUASTUE.
. - jir.nriiREYs
' success. - fcimpie Prompt Fuioient and Kebabl.
They are the only Medicines perfectly adapted to popu
lar use so simple that mistakes cannot be maoe is
usinn tbera ; so harmless as to be free from danger, and
' the hiphext commeBdation from all, and will always
render aaaafacuon. . - - - . .
Jfos. . . . . Oont
1. Cures Frvr-r, f Vn?estloo, lnflammanVyns. -25
s f llv.M ttmn Vnrr.r. WnmxCollC .'. 2r
vinirU'olir. or Teething of Infants...
l;n t-F-linn of Children or Adults.......
D.vPBtpry. dripitig. Bilious Colic .
' Cobruk, Colds, Bronchitis. ......... ...... 25
- NenraJsfa,Tootha;b, raceacbe.......-Ji
TTi-niiarheii. Sick Heidache, Vertigo.... &
Dvsnepsia. Bilions 8toniac.li ..........ZiJ
s; rrT-t-rA or Pamful Periods... .
W li ir cs, too profuso Periods. -2
1 roup, Cough, DiScult Breathing. M
ir.lr Khinm. Ensiuelas. Krnotions.......2E
ltUeamatisui, Bbeomatie Pains... .....SB
.All !hf i't ar! jff vpin VfAUi,tnth liwww,oDjr
fiiuiitti HjttrfUr ottaniitim tLcK.fjr . -
Thf f.-l'mrinq art nlnput up in vinXtam&anvMial-ft
tame prtrcr gi rm bcloK.
fever and Agne, Chill Fever, Agues.... ft
ril. Blind or Bleeding..'.. .Si
)i! balmy, and Sore or Weak F.yes SC
t'iitarrli, Acute or Chronic, Influenza 6
WioopttHt Conali, VioientCough...-..
-AMthuML. Oppressed Breathing... ....Ji
rn. itiufLnrzrra. Impaired Hearing 50
Hrrofultx. Knlaraed Glands, Fwellinga. If
JcneruI IJcbility, Pbysical Weakness.. JO
Iriisy, and Scanty Secretions 5C
Ui..jplrr.rM. Sicknessfrom Biding. ....6U
i iiliiKT.!!iiii(. OraveL.. ....
Si, ervwf liability. Seminal Esnip
pianK, Invo.untarv Discharges. ....... .1 Oi
?,' " Sore 3ioutUa Canker w...5C
Si, " rrinary WerJices!, Wetting Bed...-. Sti
31, " PaiHfl Perds.with.9pasms.. ......... .50
32, " - f n Hen nssaf change of life ....100
33, " njtflcrTv Spasms. St WtoM Dsuce.....l CO
S4, " CipthtTia, Ulcerated Sore Throat.... .JK
FA.IIil.Y CASES . ,
Or3 f fiO lnrirp vlnN, morocro errtwe
.v.wxt rams entaiuinif M epecilic lor
fv-ry ori'.iimrv i!isfie a family Is
subject to, and houhjt of 0rmi
Smsller Famflw and Traveling cases, with 30
" to J vials t '' SS
ifnortSrs for all IrfvrUf D;fa.W', both for
iirinir nnd for Preveuuve treatment, in
' Vials and pocket cases from S t 93
- POXD'S EXTRACT, - -
C'nrei Tttirns, Hrui5, I jitnenr-, Siwricws,
Sum Tliral, Ntirnin 'l'oolliafhe. tarnt-lie.
Nriiralirin. Ulit-umaf ttn, l.iinibnso, I'llt-n.
l?ti!, Mitism ire l-.yes. lJler!in; il" the
Niisf, Sioinatb, r of Piles, lorila,
Ih-crs, Jil Mrm.
PrVe, 6 oz, Z.0 ctutv I'ir.tn, SI, 00: Quarts,
r"" Tb-w Remedies, eroopt POJnyS EXTRACT,
by the ca.se or sinjrle box. are sent ta any part of the
conntiy. by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the price. - - ...
.- A'J, UrrTEBS MTJHT BB ADD2ESSED
. Homrroptitliic JlC'Jlcine I ompany
Office and Pepet "a &2 Bkoadwat. New York.
. FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
rrWHOLESAI AOt t . F. urnhan 4 Sou.Hnrlburt
A Kdsall. Vsnbifcaack, S eT.m A Keid. CJiteajB,
11L : Jenks A Gort cn t. Pi uFMian : Browe, Webber
A Graham, 6u louii. Me.; taxraut bhelor
eKJATClH POtvrt'rtll wWWtfHUJ
In from 10 to 48 hoars,
Ourss The Iteh.
Cares Salt Kbeum.
Cores Trlter. w .
Cures Barrier's Itch.
Cxam etwry K " k'mcr
Prlca, 5io. a boi ; by mall, 80a.
. 17Q Wasbincton St.,
."dT.'rwJ;u. ' Baton. Mas
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V Salt Ehatm I
Wreckers on the Jersey Coast.
A corresDonient cf the Cincinnati Ga
zette, writing from Atlantic City. Bavs:
, From the water steps in front of Glenn's
nw Inlftt Honse. at Abscom inlet, I took
a boat to visit one of tha New York Atlan
tio Coast Company's wreckers, for- this is
one of their regular rendezvous. Arrived
on board the Edith of New York, I found
her captain, and learned from him that the
conapan y his vessel belonged to was the
largest wrecking company in the world. I
forget how many vessels they own, bnt
they have one in evtry inlet along the
coast, from New York to New Orleans.
His business, be told me, was to at all
times have bis vessel in readiness to sail at
a moment's notice. His regular equip
ment consists of from one to five steam
boilers on board,any quantity of cordwood
to raise steam with, and two divers
with their apparatus. In mostl all
cases their work "consists in raising sunken
vessels. When they receive an order by
telegraph from New l ork to go to a certain
spot along the coast, they set saiL taking in
tow their large surf boats. Arriving at the
spot, and finding a vessel beached, or half
filled with water, they launch their porta
ble boilers into the surf-beat, and try to
reach the stranded vessel. If they can't
succeed in reaching her with the boat, they
fire a line over the vessel, and throw over
board the boiler, which floats, and in this
manner they get the boiler on board, get
np steam, and after stopping the leak,
pump the vessel out Ligh and dry, float
her. and tow her into port in safet . They
semetimes put as many 8s five of these
boilers on board of a large Bhip; but in or
der to stop the leak the diver has sometimes
to go down to a grat dspth.
I was introduced to the diver, who was a
handsome young man, with blue eyes and
light golden locks. Ho was just then en
gaged in splicing a rope, and was sitting in
a very democratio position on the main
deck. My curiosity about diving matters
after a while excited him a little and he
volunteered to put on his clothes, as ha
called his divhig apparatus. Well, they
were curious clothes a suit all in one
boots, stockisgs, pants, vest and coat, just
as if you out the skin all around a fish's
neck and then pulled his skin backwaid.
Just such was this nice young man's clothes.
But then tho head 1 Oh, yes, here it
is. It is mat's of thick sheet
copper, with thick g'-ass hull's eyes
bulging out in front. Wei!, he put the
head on, or rather the head and shoulders,
for it was both, and if there was an odd
looking fish ia the world it was that young
man. The head was an awlul 6ight too
high and too big, and on the top of the
head was screwed a hose such as we wash
our streets with. This, he told me, was
his air pipe. At the very thought of hav
ing to breathe through such a thing and
that under the water too I felt my sapply
of air getting ehort. Ohl what apunibh
ment to put an enemy of our's into that
He was not dressed yet, however, and
by the way let mo here mention tbit he
walked into this thing head-foremost, with
his ordinary clothes on, the only exception
being his boots. Now he showed ma the
rest of his dress. I took up one of his
shoes; they were made of double-twilled
canvas, and the soles were three inches
thick, of solid lead, and fastened to the
canvas uppers with brass f-crewa. Both
shoes weighed 60 pounds. He also had a
canvas belt to put around his waist, and it
was ornamented with a punier,
nicely ttimmtJL and fluted out with
150 pounds of lead. While he is
being - dressed - in lull, he is laid full
!ength on his back, ' and then taken
up in men's arms and taken down a ladder
over the side. A life-line is securely
fastened around his waist, and secured to
the life-line is his signal-rope, about as
thick as your small linger. When ail is
ready for him to go under, the air pamp, a
small-looking machine, with three valves,
and not looking much bigger than a sewing-machine,
but with two long handles,
one at each side, is brought into requisition.
The air-pump is securely fastened on deck,
and when the diver is ready to descend his
pipe Is screwed to his helmet, and imme
diately two men commence turning the
handles.- A child could do the job, but as
this is the most important part concerned
with the diver's duties, there are always
two men charged with the doty of turning
the handles, as if the air pump 6tops for a
second of time it is certain death to the
diver. With the weight of his Buit and
the accompanying lead the diver feels just
comfortable - He can maintain an upright
position and can work at a depth of 120
feet under tne water just as easy as a man
can walk on 6bore.. There are faur
men reauired to attend the diver
while down. two .to do Both
ing but pump air, one . to watch for
Bignals. and one for the purpose of hauling
him up by the line in case ol any suaaen
danger. . He can be hauled ..up as easy as
one would haul in an ordinary fish. What
ever he says under the water is heard very
plainly on deck, and hammers, nails, rope,
canvas, &a., &c, are lowered down to him
with a Bpare rope. Divers have been
known to do as neat jobs of repairing Cn a
ship's side, under the water, as could be
done above. They can see every object
plainly, but somewhat magnified, and they
work lor hours under water at a time and
feel no inconvence whatever. The oecupa
tion has its dangers, however, and there
are but few divers that have not had very
narrow escapes with their lives.
Mica—Where and How it is Obtained.
How many good people who sit around
their coal stoves in winter know whence
comes the beautifully clear mineral through
which, like bright red eyes, the glowing
anthracite shines? It is impossible to
melt it. It will , not burn, however fierce
your fire. It can be split into plates of
astonishing thinness. When thus split it
often exhibits the colors of the rainbow
with marvelous perfection and beauty. It
is almost perfectly elastic On the whole
it is a curious mineral, and, moreover, has
important uses in the arts.
Up in New Hampshire, on the Northern
Kailroad, about forty miles above Concord,
lies the Town of Grafton, on the height vt
kfid between the Uerriuiao and Connecti
cut Itivers, exeeediBgly hilly and wild.
You gain the western side of the mountain,
and ascend bv a Bteep footpath through
the woods. a the southern side of tne
mountain, perhaps a thousand feet high,
is the mica quarry. It covers, perhaps, au
acre, and can be seen for miles away, like a
great white blotch on the side of a wood
ed mountain. Here is mica everywhere.
The rock all about is granite, but at this
particular spot the constituents of gianite
mica, feldspar, and quartz seem ta be
sepawted, each by itself, in great masses.
This mica is found tightly bound in the
rock like the leaves of a book, and inclined
at every angle. It is sometimes tousd in
sheets a yard across, several inch 23 thick
and beautifully transparent Along with
it are now and then found other minerals,
such as beryl, tourmaline, garnet, opalite,
rock crystal jta. The quarrymsn drill deep
holes and blast out huge blocks of stone,
which sometimes go crashing with terrific
force down the mountain Bide. This will
be understood when it is known that the
holes drilled are sometimes twenty-fiva
feet deep, and the amount of powder fired
in a eingle blast is Bometimes nine or ten
kegs. - .
Fijes. A common house-fly almost in
variably rests with its head downwards, and,
however it may alight, works its way round
until this direction is assumed. The biting
flies, on the contrary, as universally rest
with the head pointing upward, acting in
this respect precisely like the equally blood-
thiisty mofcquilo. The brother of an emi
nent llussian entomologist, now resi3ing
iu the United States, observed a peasant in
his own country killing some of the flies
on a wall of his hut without disturbing
others, and, on being questioned, he gave
as a reason that those with the heads up
were "biters," and the others were not. A
careful examination of the facts by the
entomologist himself, proved the accuracy
of the generalization thus made by an ig
norant but observant man. a
Oxx of the largest manufacturing compa
nies in Massachusetts, by its exhibit tor
six mrnths' work, made only a fraction of
one per cent, on its capital. It declared a
dividend, however, from its reserve fund.
Mica—Where and How it is Obtained. The Origin of the [...] War
There vu at this time (1703) ft young
frflicer of artillery ia the garrison at Stras
bourg. His name was llouget de Lisle.
He was born in Lons lo-Sonlnier, in the
Jura, a country of reveries and energy, as
mountainous regions always are. This
young man loved war as a soldier; the rev
olution as a thinker. By his verses and
his music he lightened the tediousness of
the garrison. Generally sought on acco unt
of his double talent as a musician and a
poet, he became a familiar visitor at the
house of an Asiatic patriot, Dietrich, Hay
or of Strasbourg. The wife and daughters
of Dietrich shared his enthusiasm for pa
triotism and revolution. . They loved the
young officer. They inspired his heart,
his poetry, and his music; and, trusting to
the early lispings of his genius, they were
the first to excite his scarcely expressed
It was in the winter of 1792 famine
reigned in Strasbourg; tho Deitrich fam
ily were poor, and their table was frugal,
but it was always hospitable to Eougef.
One day when there was nothing on the
board but some garrison breud, and a few
slices of ham, Dietrich looking at DeLislo
with melancholy calmness, said to him:
Abundance ia wanting at our banquet, bnt
what matters that when neither enthusiasm
is wanting at eur civic feasts, nor courage
in the hearts of our soldiers ? I have still
a bottle of wine left in my cellar; let it be
brought up and let us drink to liberty and
our country. There will soon be a patriotic
celebration at Strasbourg; may these last
drops inspire DeLtsle with one of those
hymns which convey to tho soul of the
people the intoxication from whence they
The young girls applauded, brought in
the wine, and tilled the glasses of their
aged father and the young officer until the
liquor was exhausted. It was midnight
The night was cold. De Lisle was in a
dreamy state; his heart was touched; his
head was heated. The cold overpowered
him, and he tottered into his lonely room
lowly seeking inspiration now in his pat
riotic" soul, now in his harpsichord; some
times composing tho air before the words,
and sometimes the words before the air,
and so combining them in his thoughts
that he himself did not know whether the
cotes or the verses came first, and that it
was impossible to separate the poetry from
the music or the sentiment from the ex
pression. He sang all and set down noth
ing. "Overpowered with the sublime inspira
tion, DeLisle w,eBt to sleep on the harpsi
chord, and did not wake up until day. He
recollected the song of the previoms even
ing with difficulty like that with which
we recall the impression of n dream. He
now set down the words and music, and
ran with them to Dietrich, whom he found
in the garden. The wife and daughters of
the old patriot had Dot yet risen. Dietrich
awakened them, and invited some friends
who were as passionately fond of music as
himself, end were capable of executing De
Lisle's composition. His eldest daughter
played the accompaniment, while Eouget
At the first stanzas all faces turned pale;
at the secend, tears ran down every cheek;
and at the last all the madness of enthu
siasm broke forth. Dietrich, his wife, his
daughters, and tho young officer fell weep
ing into each other's arms the tynin of
the country was found. It was destined,
alas ! to be also the hymn of terror. A few
months afterward tho unfortunate Dietrich
went to the scaffold to the very notes
which had their origin on his own heanh,
in the heart of his friend, and in the voice
of his children.
Advbxtues of a Diamond. The Sancy
diamond is for sale at a jeweler's in Cal
cutta just now. Here is the account the
jeweler gives of it:
"This diamond is of an almond shape
and weighs sixty and three-quarters rnttie.
The stone was found on the body of Duke
of Burgundy, and was afterwards, in 1170,
bouht by the King of Portugal. He af
terwards sold it to Nicholas de Barly, Bar
on de Sancy, from " which it
derives its name. Sancy sent it to
the Ling as a present by the
hand of a servant who being attacked by
robburs, swallowed the stoDe, and after his
death the stone was found in his body. It
finally came into the haxds of James IL of
England, who sold it to Louis XIV. for
25.000. Its almond form campletely fac
etted over a mode quite unknown tneu or
at any other time in Europe indisputably
proves that it was an Indian-cut stone. In
the French revolution it disappeared for
some time; some years later it was sold to
Princ9 Paul Demidoff; and now after a
strange Beries of vicissitudes, finds its way
Geeat Bbttais is to take her census next
year. Members of the Statistical Society
have made suggestions to the government
in regard to the matter. They propose
that it should include an account of the
number of industrial establishments of va
rious kinds; the number, sex and age of
persons employed in them, distinguishing
masters from men: and tho agents em
ployed m the several processes of produc
tion viz., animals, tools, machines, ves
sels; with information concerning the cap
ital emploved. wages paid, etc. The socie
ty had previously recommended that there
should be repeated the inquiry made in
1851 into the provision for religious wor
ship and the attendance thereon; the plans
existing for education, witn tne attendance
at schools; the religions persuasion of the
persons enumerated; the number of per
sons above seven years old able to read or
wiite: and the boose accommodation as
shown in the census of Scotland.
James H. Foett.b Co., 151 Lake St, Chi
cago, importers of t eew.' .ioaoing snot guns
Jevtte k Almisi. importers and dealers ia
Artist's Materials, and leading Fresco Paint
ers of the west, 152 and 154 B. Clark street
Noethwehtees Hobse Nail Co., manufac
turers of Patent Hammered Horse Nail.
Office C8 Went Yan Buren street. Factory 5i
to 68 West Yan Buren street, corner Clintoa
street, Chicago. -
Pedssisq's Celebratea Cider Vinegar is the
beet in the market. Ka vonr erocer for it.
Beft Cattle Fair to Prime... .$1 60
& t CO
4 I 22
69 t CS
IIooe-Live 12 00
bazEP Fair to Prims 00
Cottos Middling ............
Flour Extra Western
Wheat No. 3 fprin
Cobs Western Mixed ..........
Oats Western.. ....
Rye Western -
PcBK II eta .
. CHICAGO. ,
Bexvxs Choice 8 S3
Prime 7 CO
Far Grades ' 00
Medium 4 00
Stock Cattle Common 8 75
Inferior 3 00
Hoos Live 8 41
Siiekp Live Good to Choice... it 60
fccrrEB Choice.... ... 21
Eoos Fresh VI
Flock White Winter Extra to
Spring Extra 6 P0
Wheat Epi lug, "o. U - 1 H
No. 2,... 103
o, 8 00
d S 60
(d 5 00
(51 3 60
(tk 7 10
fq i 60
(4 1 IS
Ccks No. 3 67X"
Oaxs No. 2
KYK No. 8 70
Baci.IT So, 2 95
Poke Mess, New.. 27 00
d) 1 M
(y 6 tO
d) 9 25
6i 1 18
Bnr.F Cattle $ 3 CO
Iiocs Lve 9 60
Sheep Live - 3 60
Flouh Family .-. 6 00
Wheat Bed 1 13
Cvbn '. 73
llYE New 6S
PimK-Mess Z9 IV
Good to Prime.... 4 00
Eoos Live. 8 60
Sheep Good to Choice.... 8 75
FlgTjk Sprint: XX... 25
Wheat-No. I Eed 1 13
S 6 CO .
o 6 fcO
fta 6 60
(h i is
Pobk Moss 80 00
fol 8 09
M 6 60
tS 5 60
d 4 75
Beeves Choice .-. $ 8 oo
Prime 1 w
Fair Grades 6 00
Medium 4 25
Stock Cactus Common........
Hoos Live..... 9 85
8HKIP Live Good to Choice... 2 00
rJUTTEB Choice 22
Fees Fresh 12
Flock White Winter Extra 6 ou
8prir,R Extra 6 bt
vThsat Spring, No. 1 l"
xo, 7 x v
Cobs TXo. 3 r
Oats No. 2. 8
Eye No. 2. 68
Babley Good to
PnuK Mess New 56 00
Labd , 10Xfl '
MILWAUKEE. No. 28.
dsbf'iiy with its ti3i 5 attend-1
spirit, depresua,- involuntary '
loss ol E6men. ci:ertnu.rrhoea
loss cf power, diszy head, loss '-6$ memory,'
ana ttiteatenea impotence ana - imoeeuity
find a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Homeo
pathic Specific, No. twenty-eight. Composed
of the moet valuable mild and potent cura
tive, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the die
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality, to tht. entire roan. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
aire - of five boxes and a large vial ol
powder, worth J2.00, which is very important
in obstinate and old cases, or $1 per
single box. Sold by all druggists, and Bant
by mail on receipt of price. Address Hum
phrey's ISpeeifio Homoopathio Medicine
Company, 6C2 Broadway. New - Vcrlt.
WkoluaJt Agenta Bumhacis k Van Schaack. Hurl
btut at Edsall, Chicago, Ills. ; Jenks & Gordon, St,
Paul, Minn.; Broau, Weboer k Graham, St. Louis,
Mo. ; Farr uid, Shele? k Co., Detroit, ilich,
HooFL.iiiD'a Gebxax Bittees. In calling
the attention of our readers to this valuable
preparation, we do eo tviih a full conviction
that it is a high'y scientific remedy fer Dys
pepsia, and all diseases arising from a disor-de.-ed
stste of the Liver or Stomach. la
making this assertion, we are iraitained by
the testimony of many of tho eminent pro
fessional men ot the country. Lawyers.
phyaici ns, and clergymen, all baar witness
lo lie Jicat udciu uaaat A. kvuiaiuq uu a.ll
holic stimulant, but ia purely medicinal, be
ing compounticd from the prescription of one
of the most celebratea physicians or bia day,
and is well known and used by th9 faculty ol
the present time. It has been before the
public iu its present shape for over twenty
years, anl during that time has become
'Known au over tue woria." xo tnose in
need of a remedy of this character, we would
say procure it at ouco. and do not waste your
time and money on the mauy worthless com
pounds that bow tlood the market; and those
who are not in immediate want of it, we would
advise to be prepared to battle with disease
by keeping it always iu the house. Cfcceiand
Hooflakd's Germas Toftio is a combina
tion ol all the ingredient of tho Bitters, with
pure Santa Cruz Bum, orange, anise, Ac,
making a preparation of rare medical value.
The Tonic is used for the same diseases as
the Bitters, in cases where soma Alcoholic
Stimulus ia necessary.
Chapped Hands, Face, Eocqh Sets, Fiji
fles, IUngworm, Salt Kheum, and all other
cutaneous affections cured, and the Skin
made soft and smooth, bv using the Junipir
larSoap, made by CASVf FLL, HAZAUD 4
Co., New York. It is more convenient and
easily applied than other remedies, avoiding
the trouble of the greasy compounds now in
use. Sold by all druggists.
As A KEMEDY for bronchial affections and
chronic diseases or the lnngs, nothing ever
before discovered eqnals Dr. Pierce's Altera
tive Extract, or Goiden Medical Discovery.
It is alto a great blood purifier aud restora
tive tonic. Sold by drugints, or send three
aud a quarter dollars to It. V. Fierce, M. D.,
ltaflalo, N. Y., and get three bottles free of
The largest oil house in the western eoun
trv ia I bat uf Messrs. Chase, Bauford & Co.,
Sl'Smth Water street, Chicago. This firm
aiways keep on Laud the largest and most
complete ausoi tnit-nt of oils to bo found iu
the West. Their stock of standard, iilumi
nating and lubricating oils, whit lead, var
nUbes, glass, axlo grease, pine tar, &c, are
now offered at prices which defy competi
tion. Circulars and price hut sent on appli
cation. We take pleasure in noticing tho old, well
known house of Messrs. Seymour. Carter A
Co., importers aud Jobbers of hosiery,
glov3, w ite goods, gents' furnishing goods,
notions, A., CO and C2 Wabaeh avenue, cor
ner Randolph street. Chicago. This house
has this fall mado extensive preparations for
a large trade, buying at tha lowest gold
rates, they are enabled to cfTer goods at ex
ceedingly low prices. Parties dealing in
thbir hue of goods should give them a call,
as they will find what they want. .
"Stealing hs-jm Old Septuse." Tho pat
ent method by which Carrageen or Irish
Moss is couverted into Sea Moss Farine is a
very laborious and complicated one. Tho
raw material is first deprived of its bitter
ness by repeated watsltiugs. It is then -?aro?
fully picked over by hand and desiccated in
other words, deprived of all moisture after
which it is passed through a series of mills
and other apparatus, by which it is cleansed
from every iaipurity. and pulverized a d con
cent rat sd, without being robbed of its re
frtshiu, ocean flavor. . Having been thus
manipulated and put up in convenient pack
ages, ic is ready for conversion .Lto such
Llano mango, puddings, creams, gruels,
cream pies, soups, sauces,, Ac, as are not
producible with any other material, however
Tua Purest and Sweetest Cod Lives Oil
in the world is Hazard A Caswell's, made on
tho eea-shorc, from fresh, selected livers, by
CASWELL, IIAZAED A CO., New York. It
is abdolntely pure and sweet. Patients who
havs ones taken it preler it to all others,
rhysiciana have decided it superior to any of
the" other oils in market. Sold by all ckrag
gists. - -
A L.AEOE clothine homo is that of 'Messrs.
Philip Wadsworth A Co., Jobbers of clething
and gentlemen's furnialuns goods, 34 and 30
L&ke St . Chicago. Their stock for the fall
trade i complete, and parties, wanting any
thing in their lino will find this a good houe
to deal with. -
rnoioariAPinc Goods. One of tho largest
houses in the West, dealing in this line of
goods, ia that o! Mr. J. B. Batche'.der, 180
Lake street, Chicago. Those using goods in
this line will fiud his stock complete and at
eastern prices. Seud for circular and vrics
bat. T . .
Those people whoso hair is turning gray
should use Hall's Vegetable Sicilian ilair
Benewer to restore it to ite natural solqr and
Tibbaels. Shibk 4 Whitehead, 212 Lake
street, Chicago, manufacturers of Stoves;
also IS size and etyles of Farmjrs Feed
Boilers and Steamers, Send for catalogue,
The Ctnabd Kail Line of Steamships leave
weekly, from New York, Liverpool aud
Queenstown. Agents in all the principal
cities of the Northwest, b. Bowe, Genera)
Western Agent. No. 2 Lake street Chicago.
Sex ADVBBTisEjf est of Lr. duUs' Dispensa
rv, headed, Book for the Million Marbiao i
Udide in another column. - it enouia m
read by all. -
HtrBLBUT A Edsaixs. leading wholesale
druggists of the Northwest, corns . Lake
street and Wabash avenue Chicago. .
Testdioht. Thousands cf mothers are
constantly speaking in ex.Hed terms of com
mend&tion of the i apical effect of Mrs. Whit
oomb's Syrup for soothing inlants teething
The t.leaaauteat tax Life Insurance,
The Company the Washington Life, of New
lort. . ...
' The Washington Life Insurance Company
s increasing more than two thousand doi
ars per day, above all losses and expenses.
ParvATK medical aid. Bead Dr. vthittier a
Ask for the "Orient Flavoring Extracts
the purest and beet in una
EMPIRE GIFT CO.
Cash Gifts to the Amount of $500,000,
EVEKT TICKET DRAWS A TRIZE.
SCaeh Gifts, each $2n.(VX) I Si) Cash Oifts, each $1,000
la ' M.niO ?i o - 5tH
' " " S.0.XI I 5U0 - ; luu
6 1 Elerant Resewooel Pisnm each 3 I to 8 U
jT5 " Melodeons .... " Tata H
vi Pewinsr Machines. - . eri to 175
iVM tlold V.'atcSM " .75 to 3,0
Cash Prizos, Silver Ware, Ac, valued at l.UM!,0vX)
A ehanoe to draw any of the above PrixM for SZa.
Tirltetv dneenbtss Prir.es are m'-W Id Krjvelopns and
well miied. Oo receipt or 25s a Urilnl lirk-t is draan
without choice and rent bj mail to any address. The
prize named upon it will be delivered to the tiakst
bolder oa paymrnt nf One ito'lar. Prizes are immeai
ately sent to any address by espreos or return mail.
Yon will know what voar pile is before jou pay for It
At.y Vias rxehangid for auo'her mf tk mxmm nvi, Na
Blanaa. Our patron, can depend on fair deal ng.
Kkfietm t. : We select the following from many
who have lately drawn valuable Prizas and kindly per
mitted us to publish them : Andrew J. slums. Coiciura,
ltMJ; M:u Clara & Walker, Baltimore, Piano, if Hi;
James M. Wattoews, Detroit, t5.tU; John T. Andrews,
Savannah. jA?; Aii4s Agues Simmons, Charleston.
Piano, Ws publish no names without permission.
OriNions or the Pkess: The tirm is relisble and
deserve their success." tr.lr y Trihut, May K "We
know thera to be a fair dealing tirm." A", r. Btrall,
Jfoy 2n. "A friend of ours draw a s5.fl prize, which
was promptly rscwivAd." Mt'ji Aim, Jttte 3.
Send for circular, l iberal inducements to A rents
Satisf action uroaranteed. Kvery package of Sealed
Knvslopes eoataina one cash or fx. Six Tickets for
.! ; l:i lor i2; i lor $5; 11U fur 1.?. A U letters ahould
De aadressed to t .C- MY :t l.,
- - 19:1 Broadwuy, X. Y.
Warranted pure, palatable, and to preserve pickles
First Premium awarded at the V. S. raar, the Illinois
State Fair, and Cbioairo City fair. Lautrt Works in
the United Mates. Kstahli.hd W OHAS. O K.
PAUSSIKO. a.ll and 341 State stxset, Chioaco,
IDDER'S PASTILLES. A Sure Belief for
roce cents or man. ,
New Mode of Secret Correspondence.
INSTRCVIKNTS AXT INSTRUCTIONS
for communication between two persona, to cents.
lo invisible ink nsed. It is a tine mechanical inven
tion, and simple to perform. No two sets auks.
Address 1'rofc B, a. A. uirUAUuuu, toeJt Dos ia
Dover, K. U.
TCMSK. I. H. CO M ai!?4 Lak, ,tf wholesale
r dealers in btraw Ouode, lUUinery. White Cood.
iTosiiry, Glovea and Fancy Ufefcla, Li and 3& Lake streeZ
PAPER AND RAGS.
IAFI.IM. HI'TLFU Art )., Dcalors in Paper,
i Printers' Stock, da. Cash paid tot Uacs. 4J aaii
at state street. Chicago.
: THE GREAT '
T TST I
Wo are now the Solo
Proprietors, of tlie abovo
Celebrated GLV. , '
Jrono genuine unless
the 'Registered . TRADE
MARK and OFFICIAL
SEAL of this Company
appears upon every Bot
tle. also MANU
FACTURERS and SOLE
RODAGK'S .STfl KIAGH BITTERS
! EOBACE'S PILLS,.
ROBACK'S BLOOD PURIFIER.
Tlie . above Prepara
tions are for Stile by all
Druggists and Patent
Medicine Dealers every
where. ' ' ' .
n.T S:Proprietary Meto Co.
. CINCIlTlTATL OniO.
tL Book for the BI ill ion.
Was M'nwr rt ITT A PitrvATS Oirnv
XrJ.XXXl.JLZ.Vr JCJ.wlob toHii. Mai.
lto marry, on tha
I physiological mys
teries and revelations of the sexual siotetn. witu the
latest discoveries in prodncinc and preventing; offspnns'
pissei ins; the complexion. A a -
This isan intoreaun work of twohundred and twenre
fonr paces, with eainerens eurravincs, and eotaias
valuable in forma tion for those who are married or con
template marriage; still it is a book that oushttebe
kept nnoer lees, ana aes, ana act iaia esreuiHij auuai
Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, ho. U N. Kifhth St
St Ixints, Ma - . .' . ,
tw Nerire te trie Afflicted find I nrortariiite
Before spplrmc to the notorions wracas who ,dver
tlalnnhli nnara ar IUUI, an UOACK IlEMEDtn.1
peruae Dr. BuUa' work, no matter what your disease is
or now deplorable your oooaiuon.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by mail, on
the diseases men timed in his works OfHce, No. 1J N
Eurhia St.. be. Market and Oheatnut. St. Loeie. Ate
Very few tiersons ihlnk when they havo
a fine n!t f flair of the vcrv prcat fropor-
Nothing can be jrore becomiu or desira
ble in old age than a fine full MIT of H lift.
In order to secure this, years have been
spent by Da. Chalfant iu perfecting this
valuable article. Itcontains NOSI LPHI It!
0 SI fiAR LKIO! ! 0 AlCOnOLl'l SO
POIS0S01 tOLOni.Mi M ATTKlt ! 1 1 ! to
burn and destroy the very dulicate root of
tae ii.MU. . ' - .
It ia PLEELY. VEGETABLE contains
tlie only vegetable oil ever discovered that
firoinotcs tne grovrtn asd prodsces Ions
mnrlaut locks of Ilair. It Is delicately
perfumed with the sweets of most frairrnm
flowers. This article is found in the lar?e
Cities on almost every toilcttee. bnt more
especially antuncr the more faflbiouabie
I classes, as it has Droved to lie the only sr
I.. .... r .
licieinai win retain tne tiair in positicn
any luucth of time after dressing. It is
used bv Ladies' Ilair Dressers and Barbers
At all the leading Hotels of the country.
it coes three times as laras alcoholic arti
clen. Alcohol preparations from the natu
ral heat of tne head evaporates ana leaves
tho liair parched aud dry. J rice w cts.
CA.VBI, GILPI i CO., ProprietOM,
SOLD liv ALX, IIIILUGISTS.
rTJIEH, PINCH SS rTTUL,EIi,
FELON S AIsVE
fi Is the be
beet thinr everbmoght bsfore the Public,
for the enre of elons. Moils. BoroSgnts, ttrnnes,
Ilurna Scalds. Corns. Bunions. Swellinirs. Car-
hnnclM and all kinds of I'oisonoas Bites and btinn
Ask your DmM.st for T11K KKLON SALVK. uke no
other, ana it De aas not ao n. sena i miT nv wnu
and two three rnnt stamps to O. W. HttNN'INO, Pro
prietor, LOUKPOET. X. V , and receive the SALVE
We make the best and cheapest Cider Press Bcrew
market, Bend foriircnlArs and Prices.
RUilaET A CO.. Seneoa Falls, X Y
The snrprinisr and unaoimons assent of philiAin
la favor of HOKK MaLT EXtKACl' ia certain
forms of diseases, is owisg to the rapidity of its t If ecu,
which has hi a certain measure riven it the character
of a speoiho. There exist but few tonice in eases of
chroma catarrhs, disease of the stomach, snd above
all of the long, which act so mildly and at the same
time so promptly as Uoff's Malt Kxtraot has from
incontestable evidence been proved to act.
SOI, I) KVAIJ, OKUliU S IS AMD OKOUK8S.
TARRANT & fO.,7r..rrenvirh tt N. Y
sou aqcms roa usitid siATis,iTa
000 Acre. 19th Vear 10 Ureenboneee.
Frait and Ornamental Trees, ITorsery Stock, Ever
rreens. riootirraita, Heoce i'lanta. Tulips, Hyscintos.
Crscos, Lilies, Colored 1 rail and Flower Plaura. All
at Wholesale and Kstail. Send 10 cts. fer Catalornes.
V. K. PH04HIX. blooTi inrtrn. Id,
A GREAT OFFER.
Horace Waters, 4SI Brond way, N. V
V7in dispose of ONE HUItDRKD PIANOS, MRLO
DKUN'N and OROANSof six firstrclasa makers, inclnd
ine Chickerine A Soa's, AT eitbf.jiiH Low raids
row cssa, ccniKsisii MOTno, or will thke from tMo
iilfvanstblr until paid. vr
0SB3AKMA FOWLS I
WrK.S Laraest and Snest in the world.
From tha oMaibaI RraKn.u
F 7T stock, same as nt bv V r K a
' yUKEN VICTORIA.
iney nave taken fibst Ptazn
at all Fairs in Knaland and
Amenoa. rnr price snd circular, send sissa and
address to r. (X Bos 141. Melrose, Maes,"
51 MAY,' i866.Jgi
V - 4r- : M Wt M SB. W Wi SI WtM M W
fa n-.. m in, ri i ISSI W.lfir i i ,-,
- Tor tuft GreU mA iptiaa Ikwi ol U.o aea,' '
: PALACE AMD HOVEL, or
PHASES . OF LONDON LIFE I
Something new, fpioy. and noeom petition. Anybody
can sell it; everybody Days it. Descriptive Circular.
Sample Pases, and t-rms of A met sent free ea appli
cation to LM t HI.I-M1MJ CO
. lOO Wn-kt.BKioB I siicsige.
PHILIP YVADSVOhTH & CO.,
34 & 35 Lake St., Chicago, IU.
Our stocV is eomplete for the
Isnresl in the West.
Kail trade and the
USE THE BEST.
Nine years before the public,
and no preparation for the hair has
ever been produced equal to Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Ilair Renever,"
and every honest dealer "will say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY HAIR to its original
color, eradicating and preventing
dandruff curing BALDNESS and
promoting the growth of the hair.
The gray and brashy b air by a few
applications is changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair -will
assume any shape the wearer desires.
It is the cheapest HAIR DRESS
ING in tho world, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the glands to
furnish tho . nutritive- principle so
necessary to the life of the hair. It
gives the hair that 6plendid appear
ance so much admired by alL i3y its
tonio and stimulating properties it
prevents tho hair from falling-out,
and nono need bo without Nature's
ornament, a good head of hair. It is
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and wo assure the thousands who
havo used it, it is kept up to its
original high standard. Qur Treatise
on. the Hair mailed free; send for it
Bold by aR Druggists and Dtder ia Jdae
Price One Dollar Per Bottle.
COOK, COBURN & CO.,
Cenl Agents for Horth-Western Stats
87 Dearborn Bt Chicago, HI.
The Dee Monsa Valley Railroad Company now
offsrs for sale ftO.Otti acres of cbeioe farming lands lo
cated in the ticbaat portion ot tha State uf Iowa. The
largest part of these lands is in the neb. valley ol tha
,i . . ' . .. ii . U.1K.
Ares jngiooi n vw. U wail n.umi W vi iua iww, ,.,
the advantaisa of ebarsbss. school, milts, and raiirc
facilities, Tbeyareotfercdatfioin i S to 10 per acre,
on ten yeats time one-tenth down at time of pur
chase. Mo parment the second year, eicept the inter
est. One toih trvsry year after until emnpletion of
payments, w:th annual inters- at the rate ol eucut per
cent The lands are situated in Webster, Hutubuldt,
koesuth, Pocahontas. Palo Altn, Kmmett, Dickinson,
tlsceola, lon, oioux. i-ijbtodui, voeroaee, ij.
O'Krion. Id. Mao and Basils Vista counties. A sent in
each county who will s-.ow and sell these lands subject
to the approval at ton omce. iiav. a. r.i.i.iu i i ,
Land Commissioner, Des Muiaas, Iowa.
alt a system
wealjieuil by disease, with violent debilitants. Convul
sive purgation leave the discharging organ po erlcss
to resume tbehr regular action. Coax satnre bark to a
healthful regularity, by an invigorates a well as a
eleansing process, ana tor ton purpowi ,no,w ioi
most dslirhtful of all evacnants. tonics and correctives.
Tarbawt'h Ei-ggRvr-scKiir t.riF Apeaiutr,
fi,lin. nttliMnM nmnnnnMd hv the verv h'ffhsst
medical antcontie best atiapled to to is oao. ua oi aii
remedies of tbat class, tbe Seltzer Apanent is the
tmUiaat- the strreeL and the most agrseah
SOLD BY ALL DKCUOLifS.
Pump Manufactory in
HUMSEY & CO.,
Seneca Falls, 3?ew Ycrk, V S. A.
Near York ManafactnrLns ' Newi.
"The cataiogne of Ramsey & Co,, of Sen
eca Falls, embraces over 200 different styles
and sies of Lift and Force Pumps. They
are now taming oat 1300 Pumps per week,
which raDge in price from $3 to $100, em
ploying 130 hands in the business. John
A. Eamsey has recently patented aa im
proved galvanized non-corrosive cast iron
Pump, which is safe from rast. An
improved ILmd Fire Engine of great effi
ciency, is also on their list. The machinery
in Ramsey & Co. 'a factory ia of the most
efficient kind much of it being of Ihe'r
own invention, and is driven by- an nnfail
ing water power. They are, now building
a new factory, 84 by 42 feet and fonr stories.
WTicn this is completed they will increase
their working force to 230 hands. The
business now carried on by this firm was
established by Enrasey abont 30 years ago."
Commercial BuUdin, Boston, Jfass.
Sf Louis Saw Works.
Kanufactiirers of SPATJXDIHG'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
FOE SALE AT TilETR WAREHOUSES.
Git the Bast, Celebratsi, Q J i r.i
a ii vinita anit riaseHntions ecBstantly on hand, and
made to order, from the lightest Kugity to the heaviest
Team Harness and lo every variety aad stvle of mount
ing None genuine unless stamped withoor name and
trade mar. Pnoe lists aud circulars on application.
Address J AM EH IL. H I M. & CO Ceacerd, N.
li.. Sols Proprietors and only Maker.
a V,e nave irnuiniBH wun.u p,wni wc
delivered by ii. K. Fast Fieight at lowest ratacj
YOCNl 1IEN suBerlnc from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, belf Abuse, Ac., send for
RgBViMB PUJA, Burecure. Meter fau. $ili by mail.
yrerrowMd, An ires a pashm, ii AoaueouturiMaga
A GREAT MEylOAUlSOOyEfi4
Dr. WAXlCeK S CAXITORNIA r
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their Wondex
fol Curative KlTeets..
1 2 WHAT ARE
" TTXET ABE KOT A VTXE
II FA N C Y DRINK,?
Made of Poor Ham, YVkiskry, Proof Sptrite
Bind Ilcfuse L.iqnore doctored, spired and sweet"
sued to please the taste, called "Tonics,"" Appetir-
er, " Kstorers," Ac, that lead the tippler ou to
drunkenness and ruin, bnt are a tme Medicine, mado
front the Native Boots and Herbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stlmelent. They are the
(,'REAT BLOOD PURIFIER one A LIFE
CJIYISC5 PRINCIPLE apaifect Renovator and
Invbrorator of the System, carry Ins off al 1 poisonous
icatter sad rcstorlna; the blood to ahealthy condition.
Ho person con take these Bitters according to direc
tion and renratn long unwell. ...
S 1 0 0 will be (riven for an Incurable case, provided
tho bones aro not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and tho vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
Fer Inflammatory and Chronic Till en mu
tism und (loot. Dyspepsia, or Indigestion
Bllionn. Remittent aad Intermittent Fevers.
Disease ef tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and
Bladder, these Bitters. have been most success
ful, toch Disease are caused by Vitiated
Blood, which Is generally produced by derangement
of tha DIaesMve Organs.
PYR-PEP9IA OR IXDIGESTIOX, Haad
ache, Pala in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, PUztneas, Sour Eructations of the Stomach
Bad taste in t'.ie Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Iloart, Inflammation ot the Lunpi.Pala la tho
regions of the Kidneys, snd a hundred other painful
symptoms, are tho offspring's of Dyspepsia.
Thsy invigorate the stomach, and stimulate the tor
pid II vor and bowels, which render them cf unequalled
efficacy In cleansing tbe blood of all Impurities, and
imparting new life and vhror to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES,Eruptlons,Tetter,S:t
Rhnam, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pnstnles.BoUs,Car-
buncles. Ring-Worms, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Erysip
elas, Itch, Scurfs, Dtscoloratlons of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature
are literally dug np and carried out of the system In a
short t'ano by the use of these Cittcxs. One bottle In
such cases will convince tho most Incredulous of their
Cleonso the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find lh
Impurities bursting throogh the skin InPlmplcs.Krup-
tlons er sores ; cleanse It when yon Und It obstructed
and sluggish In tho veins ; cleanse It when It Is tost,
and yonr feelings will tcllyouwhen. Keep tho blood
pure and the health of tho system wlllfollow,
PIX, TAPE and other WORMS, lnrklueln the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed In fonr ion
Cnages English, German, Trench and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. B. H. MoDOXALD & CO,
DrugaisU and Gen. Agonts, San Francisco, CuL
; and S3 and 3t Commerce Street, Sew York.
C-SOIJ) BY ALL PBCGOISTS AND DEALER 3.
IN REMOTE SETTLEfv.ENT3 OF
UNTOLD VALUE. -
Food makes blood; blood makes the body. If the
blood be pore the body is healthy. So if we are not ia
health we know some Impurities are lurking about
which must be removed, and the sooner the better.
Srandrfeth's Pills Remove all from
th System which nature
needs no Longer.
The wonderful cures sffecte by Brandreths Plli
have arrested the attention of enlightened physie;ana
Upwards ef live thocaand bow use them in their daily
practice, and two honored bare given their written
testimony as to their lnnooence aad value as oteeasers
ef the bowels and blood. . .
Testimony of Town Officers and
Board of Health. -
Beta Beta, June 14, liTO.
5 tc torn swy wm m
The .Supervisor, Justioes of the Pesoe and Tows
Clerk ef the town of Ossining (tbe township ia whose
limits the chartered village of Sing Sing is contained)
hereby oertify to the remarkable healthful effect pro
duced by the us cf Braudreth's Vegetable Cuivors J
Pills. For many year these Pills bare beea prepared
in this town ; ia IKio Dr. Brandreth erected large build
ing ia which to prepare and pack this great medicine
fer pnblie use. At this time he employs nearly 10U per
sons, besides a steam engine of 100 horse power.
- We have a population of nearly 8,1X10, and almost
every person nses them wbea sick. Their merits are
recognized ia every family, and our druggists sell more
of Brandreth'a Pills than all other pnt togethac
We eaa point to cares effected by them ia Scrofula,
Rheumatism. Bilious Affections, Ulcers ao 1 Sores,
White Swelling ot the Knee. Bright' Disease of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia. Costirsoess, General Debility,
Want of Appetite, Typhus and Scarlet Fever and Small
Pox. And front long observation and eipevienoe of tbe
effects produced by Braadreth's Pills we eeheve their
general aae would give more health and a longer
average of life. . ,
- TOOMAS LKARY. Supervisor.
J. URMY, Justice of the Peace.
HKLSON U. BAKER, Justice of the Peace.
MORGAN HYATT, Justice of the Peace. .
WILLIAM U HOWE, Justice of the Peace,
a H. CUilMLSG. Town Clerk. .
The undersigned, the Board ef Health of the village
of Sing Sing, lullr endorse the foregoing statement ol
the town omcers ef Oa-ining, knowing the same to be
ISAAC B. NOXOIv, Pre ent,
A. B. REYNOLDS.
ISAAC a LOUJfSF.ESSY.
TOWNSEJ D YOC5G,
EDWARD FELTER, " "
JAMES T. B LA 5 FORD, "
SAMUEL a TOMPKINS. -Board
Ems Srso, June 18, WTO.
HOST, a BFA3nHXTB-
Ml DSak Doctob For many yean I have ased your
ills, and ia my own person sad family have found them
hmlnable. ' .
I have long beea a contractor at the Sing Sing Prison,
employing from one hundred to one hundred and fifty
man. Finding Brandreth'a Pills so exeenem in. my
family, I eommenoed acme tea years since giving them
tasick men working under my contract. The effect
s immediate, and soon my cabinet shop became, and
ia ta-doy, tha healthiest eonoern ia the Prison a fact
that ha been otSoially noticed. I use some two bmn
dred aad aity boxes of Braadreth's Pills every year
nd hardly ever have a man ta hospi laL .
Sour Pills appear te be almost a siiedHt In Bilious
Complaint. Fevers. Rheematism. Neuralgia, Uead
sche. Dyspepsia ana Ooeti venees. and are in themselves
a complete medicine chest Teura, truly.
CUARLSS Ii. WOODRUBIT.
BOLD BT ALL. DBUQOISTS.
DR. BRANDRETH'S PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
Brandreth Eonse IJew 7orb.
This is NO PATENT M EDICIN K HT7MBUO, gottee
np to dupe the iguorant and eredulooe, nor is it repre
sented as being ''composed of rare and precious sub
stance brought from the foer corners of the earth,
carried seven times across the Great Desert of Hah a ran
on the bucks of toarteen camels, and brought eercss
Uie Atlantic ocean oa two ships.' It is a njr, au'UL
Mnfkise rtmtu. a pm-feet iprte for Oatamrs aad
"Cold rs Tint Hun," also for offensive Breath, Loss
or impairment rf the sense of Smell, Taste or 11 sarins,
Watraig or Weak Eyes, Pain or Pressors in the lleAd,
wbea caused, as they all not anfrequentbj are, by the
violence of Catarrh.
1 effer. in good faith, a ending Seward ef 4300 lor
ease of Catarrh that 1 cannot enre'
For Hole by most Draaraieta Everywhere.
PalCK 50 CKXTS, "
Sent ry mall, post-paid, ea receipt ef SrxTT CDRI
Fetrr packages hr f-'JO or 1 Oor.ea for ou.
bend a twe cent atarop for lr. bags' s pamphlet oa
we cent auunn n
Addnn tbe rroi
B, V. PIKRC
li. M. I).. BtTFTALO, N. T.
LOOK TO YOUR CHIILRES.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
BIrw. " Cnures Colt and Oriplng ral
Wliilee tub's Jui Bowel', and taciutatea.
tyrap. (the process of Teething. )
Mrw. iSubdues Coavnlslone sndl
t7S overcomss sll diseases inci-
(dent to infants and children)
Mra. . ' (Cure Diarrhea, Dysentery,)
hltcomo 'and nmmer Complaint inf
Hvrep. - Children of all ages.
lb - 'aud 8'immyr Complaint inf
It Is the Great Infant's and Children's Soothing Rem
edy la all disorders brought oa by Teethinsj orsol
Prepared by the GRAFTON MFDIOiNK CO.. St.
Louis, Mo. bold by all Druggists and Dealers ia 41 edi
ct n everywhere.
THE MKCRKT OK YOUTH t'NVEII,EI.
A Medical Treatise of thirty-two page, sent pre
paid, oa receipt Of two three cent postage tamps,
AL a LA CROIX, Albany, M.
S V -J ' r --'. f s
A Unlmetit for Man and Beast, 37 years
In rise. Sold by all Druggists. Large
bottles, tli Medium 50 eta. ; Small, 25 cts.
la good for Khenmafism, Chilblains, Corns,
Whitlows, Caked Breasts, Sore Nipples,
Cramps, Boils, Bites of Animals, Weakness
of the Joints, Contractions of the Mrtscles,
Barns and Scalds, Frost . Bites, Painrol
Nervous Affections, Chapped Hands, Lame
Back. Fain in the Side. Swaliinag. To mors.
Tooth Aches, Old Sores, Hemorhoida or
Piles, Flesh Won .ds. Galls of all Kinds,
Sprains,. Braises, Cracked Heels, Eing
Bone, Poll Evil, 'Windgalls, Gallons, Spavin,
Sweeney, Fistula, Sifiast, External Poisons,
Scratches' or -Grease, Stringhalt, Sand
Cracks, - Lameness, Strains Foundered
Feet, Mange, Horn Distemper, Garget in
Cows, Cracked Teats, Foot Kot in Sheep,
and many other diseases incidental to Man
and Beast. . Thirty-seven jears before the
American Public, Adapted to Family use
Having been often solicited to prepare this
Celebrated Oil free lrom stain, to be used
as a common Liniment by families, we
have at length succeeded in extracting the
coloring properties which have heretofore
rendered itobjeotionable. This Oil, posses
ses the efficient principles of that prepared
with the dark tinge, and will be found to
be one of the Best Bemedies for almost all
purposes that baa ever been before the
public Bat for animals, in all cases, use
the other kind, and always get a half-dollar
cr dollar bottle, to have enough te be oi
much service. 3" Before using, shake
the bottle. English and German Alman
acs, VadeMecums, Show Bills, Posters and
Circulars will be forwarded free,- npon
application by letter.
From Messrs. W. K. Warner Jfc Co.,
West Georgia, Vt, Nov. 29, 1857. We
consider your Gargling Oil as staple an
article as we have in our store, and as sure
to veil us tea or sugar. We never have
sold a bottle, that we know of, that has not
given perfect satisfaction.
Almanacs and Cook Books sent free from
the olhoe ia Lockpcrt, N. Y.
Frojt Hon. Nathan Lindsey, County
Jade of Shelby Co., Iowa, duted Harlan,
April 13, 1867. It is decidedly preferred to
any other liniment sold in this section. -
From L. Schlottman, Koand Top, x ay-
ette Co., Texas, Feb. 15, 18G0. I am now -selling
more of your Gargling Oil than any
other Liniment, and all who have nsed it
pronounce it "the best thing out. '
Our reputation having been established
over 31 years in Lsocsport, ss. i., ana
throughout the country, we do not deem it
necessary to resort to using reference, but,
in fact, we know and feel to think it of no
use in our business; but as there are a few
who are more or less prejudiced against the
proprietors and manniaoiurers of at ens
Bemedies, we subjoin the following refer- '
ences as to the quality of the Oil. our -responsibility,
fair dealing and promptness:
Ho. JOHN VAN BORN, Mayor"Cltj of Lockport,
Hon. A. H. BROWN. Ex-Mayor . - -
Hox. J. JACKSON, Js.. Ex-Mayor. City of Leokport.
How. H. GAKWSKR. County Judge,
How. a CHOWl EY, Ei -State Senator,
Hoji. G. D. L.VlIuNr, Ex -County Judge, .
O. a IIAXN, tinemr Si gara County, , : -NIAGARA
CO. NAT'L BANK, - "
NATIONAL EXOHANGB BANK, . . ; -FIRST
NATIONAL BANS, .....
X. MURRAY, Sorrogate.
kf. M. BOTJTH WORTH, Dlst Atty.Clty of Lockport.
L. A. SPALDING, Postmaster. -.
WM. MoCOLLUM, M. L,
W. B. GOULD, M. D., ' "
T. CLAKK.M. I..- . .
JOIIH FOOTK, M D., -
D. t. BISHOP. M. D.. ' "
O. N. PALMKK. M. P.. . - .
Kav. L. 8. STi-Viii. - '
Rrv. W. C. WrSNKB, CUT of .Lockport.
Uxv. J. L. BENNETT.
Rjcv. HUGH MULHOLLAND, - - "
Bxv. BRK3UAM XOUNO, Prest Salt Lake, Utah.
manufactured at Lockport, IK 7
GARGLII1G OIL GO,