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Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
These invaluable Fills are unfailing in the cure of al
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is subject. They moderate ail ex
cesses and removes obstructions, from whatever cause.
TO HURRIED UIDIES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short time,
bnox on the month It period with regularity, and
although ver powerful contain nothing burtrul to to
Oonstitctioa. In ail eases of Nervous and Spinal Affec
tions, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight
exertion. PalDitation of the Hotri KmtArim and
W hites, they will effect a cure when all other means
nave rauea. I ne pamphlet around eaoh package has
roll directions and advice, or will be eent free to all
wnung roc u seaiea from ooeerration.
Joi Htm Sfr Jam Clark', remote Pi lb an item
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oaUa from any k bow ledge of Us ooatec La.
A Chapter of Facts.
pace Is valuable in a newspaper, and It Is there
fore proposed in this advertisement to condense a
variety of facts, important to the public, into a emal
compass. Those facts refer to Hoe tetter's Stomach
Bitters what that celebrated medicine is, and what
it will do. In the first place, then, the article is a
stimulant, tonic and alterative, consisting of a com
bination of an absolutely pure spiritons agent with
the most valuable medicinal vegetable substances
that Botanic research has placed at the disposal of
the chemist and the physician. These ingredients
are compounded with great care, and in such pro
portions as to produce a paeparation which invigor
ates without exciting the general system, and tones,
regulates and controls tl e stomach, the bowels, the
liver, and the minor secretive organs.
What this great restorative will do must be gath
ered from what it has done. The case of dj spepsia
or any other form of indigestion, in which it has
been persistently administered without effecting a
radical cure is yet to be heard from, and the came
may be said of bilious disorders, intermittent
fever, nervous affections; general debility, con
stipation, sick headache, mental despondency, and
the peculiar complaints and disabilities to which
the feeble are so subject. It purines all the fluids
of the body, including the blood, and the gentle
stimulus which it imparts to the nervous system is
not succeeded by the slightest reaction. This is
a chapter of facts which readers, for their own
Bakes, should mark and remember.
family Medicine Cases
'WCTOB, VHTAT CAU TOU DO FOB.
T bars carte r femEy. a pood deal of richness, tht
Ssctoreou often, and his bills are not light; and in
shnse times i sfiotiiJ be erauneci to nae leas BisKueet
a-.d lighter kiLU'n tin direction. If ccceuxent with Un
Well, my friend, I oan do a rood 'deal for ynu.
i can send you one of our Family Cases of
JiOM(Or.TKIC Specifics, which has a small book
ci directions, fivznx a descriotion of all the various
diseases which yo can treat profitably, end full
directions for tiS6, s-ivng the medicines, diet, eta
T tie various epeciiis are all marked and labeled, eo yon
Died not be at loss which tc give in a particular esse
sod the directcnsaie so plain and simple that you niec
net go astray. W ith one of these cases, you or your wif
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before it ha become serious. In usmgtheeesimpleacd
5ct cuectire med'Cloes, also yon avoid drugging thr
DatieHt and thus weakening the system, and laying the
ivuntiaiioD oi iarareaiMw. iuquniui luusmraviou
So eradicate those tendencies to chronic diabase wiich
oust in ac many families and individuals: such
ticmfula, Gouty OrmeumpitoM. ete By the nee, from time
,ame, as oocaston requires tor such Mlments or dis
s cccr. of the proper specific, not only is the
jfciDg disease cnr but the foundation, so to speak,
of subsequent and grave chronic diseases is removed.
The consequence is that the whole family improve in
health, have less and less sickness from year to year.
have mote vigor and better constitutions, and thus
pradually you work out from under the hand of disease
and doctor. Just the reverse of this is true, under old
aoheol treatment Every villainous dose of medicine
paves the way for another, one visit of the doctor often
necessitates another, and a good thorough old-school
doctor oan make patients enough in the nrst ten years
of his professional life, to keep him busy for the balance
of sis days. These wrecks of men, m.ido by the abuse
ot calomel, bine-mass, quinine, loaine, opium end
iK;Kiiim. are the harvest fields of doctors. So my
rnond getoutof this way of doctoring, Got a case ot
SF-vCl"lcs, and d oc tor yourself and family when you oan.
an? when you must have a doctor, send for the most
rouble one in soar reach, and you will soon hare sick
ness and doctors rare visitors at your house.
Vnis is no fany sketch. No mere windy promise.
i icusanas nave aone so, ana you may ao likewise. ue
urount involved in the experiment is not large, and the
attempt well warm a trial.
Oi it J to 60 Inrcre vinl. morocco orroinv
rvvtott catr, coiitnintuv a specific, lor
evtry ordinary diwaeo a family is
uvect to. and bookd :t ttbceticiiH
From 10 to S35
Smaller Fmnil v and TraveKnir cois. with 30
to 28 vials irY.-xmSiJ toSS
Specifics for H Private DUeiurp, fch for
i'urinir and for Preventive uiav.,r.t:h:t. in
vials and pocket cases rit-u-V i to 5
Cores BarnsH Brnise, I-amenrrtv 'Horenes
t"vre Throat. Sprain, Toolhnrtf. ljiritclic,
Neiiraittiau KheiiiiiRlixiti, I.nmbnco, i'ilcn.
Boils, Siinsrs, Sore Eyex. liieedinjr of liie
l.iinu. iiwc, StouiacU, or ol i lies, Lorua,
I'let ik, Old Sores.
Price, bvzSU cents; Fints, gl.OO; Quarts,
tw These Remedies, except POJTD'S EXTRACT.
by the case or single box. are sent to any part of tht
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of tne price.
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Ba.Il. KEXXEDT, of Roxbnrr. has discovered in
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cures EVERT KIND OK HUMOR, from the WORST
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Two bottles are warranted to core a nursing son
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of
pimples on the face.
Two or t bree bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two'bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker
in t he stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst
kind of erysipelas.
One or two bottles are warranted to core all humor
in the eyes.
Two bottles are warranted to core running of the ears
and blotches among the hair.
tour to six botuea are warranted to cure corrupt and
Fifteen to twenty bottles will en re scaly eruptions
Two to three bottles are warranted to ecre the worst
kind of ringworm.
Two to tnree bottles are warranted to core the-most
desperate oase of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to oare salt
Five to eight bottles will core the worst ease
Ons to three bottles are warranted to core the worst
esse- of dyspepsia. I know from the experience of
thousands that it has been caused by canker in the
One to two bottles are warranted to oare sick head
ache. One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a cos
tive state of the bowels.
One or two bottles will regulate all derangements of
Four to six bottles have cared the worst eases of
One to three bottles have cured the worst case of
piles; a relief is always experienced: what a mercy to
get reiief in such an excruciating disease. 1
A benefit M always experienced from the first bottle,
and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quan
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Jo change of diet ever necessary; eat the best yon can
get and enough ot it
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rsf Price, Liu. For sale by every Dragcistin the
United btatee and British Provinces.
Time Tests the Herits of ail Things
1840 to 1870.
FOR THIRTY YEARS I
Perry Davis5 Pain Killer
lis been tested in every variety of climate, and by
almost every nation known to Americans. It is the
almost oonstant companion and inestimable friend of
the missionary ana ue traveler, on sea ana uina. ana
no ens should travel on our LAKES OK KlY KKiS
Pain Killer was the First andia the
Only Permanent Pain Reliever.
Since the PAIN KILLER was first introduced, and
met with such unsurpassed sale, many LiKiaiEXxs,
Relief 6, Panaceas, and other Kemkdlks have been
offered to the public, but none of them has attained the
truly EMV1ABLK STAMDIXG oi tne i Ali nu.i.r.n.
wnir zs this so ?
Ft is becanse DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Vm what
claims to be, a Reliever of Pain.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If yon are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, twenty
io Uurty drop in m UuU woier will almost instantly cure
yon. There is nothing equal to it. In a few momeuta
xt cures Colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-burn. l)iarrha.
Dysentery, r lux, vina in the tJoeia, jaour btomach.
Iyspepsia, Bick Ueaoacne.
In sections of the country where FEVER AND
AGUU prevails there is no remedy held in greater
esteem. Persons traveling ahoula keep it by tnem. A
few drops of water will prevent sickness or bowel
trembles from change of water.
In foreign ceoniries the calls for PAIN KII.I.FR are
great, u is touno to
Curs Cholera when all titer
WHEV ITSF.D EXTERNALLY AS A LlIMfMKNT
nothing gives quicker ease in Burns, Curs, Bruises,
fiprains, Stints of Insects, bcalds. It removes the fire,
and the wound heals like ordinary sores. Those suffer
ing with KilKUM A'i ISM, GOUT, or KKUKAlXilA.
it not a positive cure, they find the PAIN K1I.I.1 it
gives them relief when no other remedy will. It
Gives Iristaiit Relief from Aching" Teeth
From 1870 to this day, 1870, (thirty years,) PERSY
PAVIiS' PAIN KlI.Lr-R has had no Rival 1
Zixry Honrekeeper thoHid kerp it at hand, to apply it on
he first attack of any Pain, it will give great satisfac
tory relief, and save hoars of suffering.
Do not trifle with yourselves by testing untried
remedies. Be sure yon call for, and get the genuine
PAIN KILLER, as many worthless Kostroma are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation of this
valuable medicines, pr Directions accompany each
j n. HARRIS A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, Propnetori
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SW For bale by all Medicine .Dealers.
bold at Milwaukee by H, Boswobth Sons,
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Itch! Itch II i Itch II I
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In from 10 to 48 hoars,
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Cures Salt Kheom.
Cures Barber's Itt.
Cures Old bores.
Cure event l-ind of mor (fx
Price, SOo. a box; by mail, 60a
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BATTLE WITH TEXAS INDIANS.
The 6th Cavalry and the Comanches
The 6th Cavalry and the Comanches —Fifteen Indians Killed — Many
Wounded—Two Soldiers Killed and
From the Waco (Texas) Register.
Bv Dfirties from Fort Richardson we are
placed in posseEsion of the details of one
ot tne most serious engKCHieiiuj mat un
taken piace on onr Texas frontier for some
time. On the Gth, Gen. Oakes, command
ing at Fort Fiichardson, ordered a detach
ment of the Sixth Cavalry, consisting of
two commissioned ofheers, one acting as
sistant Burgeon and fifty-three enlisted
men, tinder oomoiand of CapL C. li. Mc
Lellan. to proceed to Hock Sta
tion, about sixteen miles Irom Fort
Richardson, where, it was reported, the
Indians had lately attacked and destroyed
the overland mau. Arrived at the place,
Captain HcLelian dUcovered the trail of a
l&rffe bodv of Indians, as had been report
ed, but only one of eicht or ten head of
horses, leadinff in a northwesterly direc
tion. Owing to the lapse ef time and the
rnncrh country, following the trail was
hopeless, and Captain M. proceeded with
bis command to Flint Creek, twenty-two
miles from Fort Eichard3on, where was
stationed Lieutenant J. IL Sands, in com
mand of company F, Cth cavalry. Lieu
tenant S. had found the contents of the
mail baes. Few packages were missing.
On the morning of the 7th, Captain ilc-
Lellan and his command started on a
scout, which continued for four days. They
passed at the foot of Flat Top mountain to
the head waters of Salt Creek ; thence west
and Borthwest, and crossed the head water
of the West Fork of the Trinity, where
trail of five or six Indians was found. The
trail was followed to the head waters of the
Little Wichita. On the niabt of the 10th
the command camped on the North Fork
of the Little Wichita, and, in consequence
of high water, remained in camp over the
11th, and on the 12tli started in an easterly
direction. When lour or rive miles irom
camp, the advance guard reported four or
five Indians m sight, moving in a soutner-
ly direction. The command wss imme
diately closed np, and a quick march made
in the direction the Indians had taken. It
was not lone till a company of Indians
were discovered, largely superior in nunv
ber to the troops.
A charge was ordered, but when within
about five hundred yards of the enemy two
other bands were discovered, about equal
in strength to the first discovered, and
also a large number of scattered Indians
on both fiaoks. In yiew of the greatly su
perior numbers of the Indians, and from
fear that the pack mules and guard in the
rear would be cut off, a halt was ordered
and fire opened upon the Indians, which
was promptly leturned. Though the
command was soon surrounded, and
galling fire from carbines and pistols
poured in upon it from all tides, it
maintained its position for 6ome
half an hour. But it was
soon evident that the only hope of escape
from annihilation was a carefully guarded
retreat to some more defensive position.
The command was dismounted and fell
back slowly in a southerly direction,
maintaining the crest of the prairie closely
followed by the Eavage hordes who contin
ued to pour in tneir hre trom every availa
ble point, but wLich was returned with
frequent effect The retreat continued in.
this way four or five hours. The middle
fork of the little Wicbita and south fork of
the same stream were forded. Jot until
the latter stream was reached,
about four o'clock in the evening, did the
Indians abandon their pursuit.
After a short rest the command continued
in a southeasterly direction till midnight.
Ten miles northwest of Flat Top mountain,
on the morning of the 13th, couriers were
dispatched to Fort Richardson for ambu
lances, m which to transport tne wounded.
On the same day, while in camp, the pick,
ets were driven in by a party of forty In
dians. Fearing that this was but the
advance ot the multitude that had been
encountered the day before, all the proper
ly that could not be transported was burn
ed, and a march toward Fort Richardson
ordered, which place was reached about
noon on the 14th.
The details o! the "affair show that the
command was in a most trying and critical
position, and it must be considered for
tunate that the casualties were no greater.
Of the command, Corporal John Givin
and private George Bluin, both of com
pany K, 6th cavalrv, were killed.
Acting Assistant burgeon G.'W. Httch,
well and favorably known in Waco, was
wounded early in the fight, and had his
horse shot twice daiiiifrthe engarrement.
The followixif is the list of the enlisted
Sergeant Win. Wmterbottom, company
A; Corporal John Conners, company H;
privates Albert Ford and Gustavo Smith,
company H; private W. B. Gallagher,
company D; privates Robert Stewart and
Ben Aury, company II; private Conroy,
company L; private Samuel II. Wagpouer,
company A; private i'eter liramreiaer,
Th conduct of Capt, C. II. CiRipbell
and Lieutenant Ftrrino, Gth cavalry, also
of the citizen guide Mr. Dozier, is spoken
of in terms oi praise. Several non-commissioned
officers and privates also distin
The loss of the Indians was hi.een huled
and a much larger number wounded.
The entire force of the Indians is esti
mated at two hundred and fifty warriors.
It is believed that the Indians were Co
mancbes from the reservation.
We understand that Captain McLellan
says that in ins twenty-one years ex
perience and six engagements with hostile
Indians, he has never met a party so well
equipped, in every respect, before.
Altogether, this may not be called a vic
tory, yet we are inclined to think it will
prove a check upon extensive raids for a
while at least-
Captain McLellan and his little com
mand acted nobly, and are deserving of,
and will receive, the thanks of the Texas
A Louisville Editor's Recollections of
From the Courier-Journal.
Our first and last long and short-ranged
interview with the late Admiral took place
at Fort Jackson, below New Orleans, at 2
o'clock on the morning of the 24th of April,
lbb2. Four thousand intimations in the
way of thirteen-iach mortar shells had
been previously sent, with the compliments
of Yice-Admiral D. D. Porter. Given: a
month, day and night at the guns; a
week s bombardment, and all hands almost
exhausted for want ol sleep, the hour
two o'clock; the head of a line ot dark ves
sels, looking like soma great sea monsters,
appears; in a moment the solitary roar of a
gun in the low water battery is heard; then
began a scene which was indescribably
grand. For three hours there were anti
phonial roars of guns from fleet and forts,
while the sheet of fire lighted up tLe vessels
for the moment, end enabled the forts to
take a precarious cim. Oa the fleet moved,
however, through tLe iron and fiery tail of
shell, 6ulid and Lot s!"jt. It wr.s a glorious
sight, and Fairugut labile a superb fight
Those who faced oco nr.other that day can
never forget it Let them ehuke hands
over the grave of that brave old iron-nerved
Eailor, while we testify to bis superb cour
age asd marvellous daring on that memor
Blue Ghass Region cf Kentcckt. Blue
grass rtgionoi .Kinlrcky, comprising but a
small portion ot" the State, includes the
whole of Bourbon, Fayette and Woodford,
with parts of Clark, Boyle, Jessamine and
one or two other counties. As a grazing
country it is not excelled by any region
the sun shines upon. TLe soil is a rich
loam underlaid by limestone, which thor
oughly drains the land. But little of it is
level, yet there ar no steep hills or bro
ken lands, save on the bunks of the large
streams. Farms and fields are mainly
large, many large tracks are in vhat is j
termed wcod pasture?, made by clearing
off much of the large growth and sorxe of
the small tr-es, kaviiig a portion of the
more valuable timber. In time these fields
become well swarded with blue grass and
dotted with short torn cows or beeves,
making a Very "plf.a&ant and charming
ountry to one S to udiaires good grass and
Condition of Russian Serfs Prior to
The population of Russia is about eighty-
two millions, of which between fifty and
sixty millions are emancipated serfs; some
seven or eight hundred tnousand.not more,
are of the noble classes, heretofore the
owners of the serfs and all the lands; seven
or eight hundred thousand belong to the
clergy; the remainder, som6 eighteen mill
ions, is made up ot mercnants, mecnamcs,
professional men, etc Under the old
regime slaves could not own land, but they
were required to reside, generation after
generation, on the same lands.
The nobles did not own tne slaves, put as
they owned the land to which the slaves by
law were attached, it amounted to the same
thing. The merchants and some few other
classes, not serfs, could own a small portion
of land. The absolute power to regulate
the occupation of the serf and to grant or
refuse his claim to redeem himself, was
vested in the land owner. Many serfs were
thus controlled who had risen to a respect
able station as merchants or mechanics.
The following authentic anecdote has
been told of Count Scherametieff, the rich
est nobleman in Russia, who owned the
land upon which four hundred thousand
serfs were employed, and who is still en
gaged in immense enterprises throughout
the entire dominion of Russia manufac
turing, mining, and agricultural operations
It is said that by the decree of the Emper
or he had to part with at least one million
acres of land, and furnish homesteads for
his four hundred thousand serfs.
This rich nobleman, being very fond of
oyters, and desiring to give a grand din
ner in St Petersburg on one occasion
when his luxury could not be had from the
ordinary sources of supply, made it known
that any serf of his wno should suppiymm
with a certain quantity of oysters for his
least should have his freedom. Now, it
frequently happened that amongst the
serfs there were some who were permitted
to leave the estates and enter into various
pursuits of life, some even attaining to a
high position in professional and mercan
tile pursuits, but still dependent as serfs
upon the land to which they were attached,
and deprived of all tne privileges of tree
dora even of the few accorded to such
members of the mercantile and mechani
cal classes as had ever heen serfs.
Count Scherametieff owned a serf who
had become eminent as a merchant in St
Petersburg. This man had frequently
offered any price for his freedom, but hith
erto had been unable to obtain it lie now
saw his opportunity, and with great tact
and energy secueed the required supply
for his master's table, and thus purchased
his own freedom. The name of the en
franchised serf is Smouroff, and he is worth
6ix million dollars. Lippincoti Magazine.
Teacher, in loud tones "What is your
name? Boy, in a weak voice "Johnny
Wells, sir," "How old are you, John
Wells?" "Twelve years old, sir." "Now,
John, tell me who made this grand and
glorious universe. " Don't know sir.
"What 1 twelve years old and don't know
who made this noble sphere I James Smith,
go and cut me a whip. The birch is
brought and held over the trembling boy.
In thundering tones the rigid disciplina
rian demanded, "Now, tell me who made
this great world we Uto in." In a tearful
voice, Johnny answered: "I did, sir; but I
won t do it again.
"Yen have forgetton something," paid
royal Canadian to tne olhcer engaged in
dismantling the forts at Quebec, as the last
cannon went on board ship. "What
was the reply. "That," answared the Can-
adain, pointing to the flag flying over the
Emancipation. Chalfant's Coco Cream.
Dr. Challanl's Coco Cream, for the hair,
supplies a wact Ion? felt by the public. It
if a really scientific preparation, purely veg
etable, and contains no matter deleterious to
tne hair. I'nce 50 cents per bottle.
Bittehs. In the medical world, now-a
da vs. Bitters are all the race. In one form
or another, nnder one name or another
tlreir staring advertisements are everywhere
to be found, professing to cure all the ills
lleh is heir to, from a bump on the head to
1U9 emad pox. Of their tflicacy in general
wo know nothing, but there is one variety
concerning wnicn we hear praise from all,
We refsr to Hoolland's German Bittere. This
ia not a mere preparationof some sort of liquor
ana bitter neros ana barns, but a Meaicino
designed for diseases of tho Stomach and
Bowels, and of great power and usefulness.
We have not made these assertions without
tent to judge, and they all fully endorse what
we say. Iloofiand's German Bitters are en
tirely free from any alcoholic ingredients.
fouqruceepfie t-anie, jh. 1 .
Hooflasd's German Tomo is a combine,
Hon or all the ingredients or the Hitters
with pure Santa Cruz Rum, orange, anise
&c, making a preparation of rare medical
value. The Tonic is used for the same dis
eases as tke Li Uere, ua cases where some
Alcoholic Stimulus is necessary.
Amono the many large and magnificent ho
tels in Chicago, there aro none that surpass
Anderson's European Hotel, 147, 14'J and lol
Dearborn street, Chicago. On this building
there has been no expense spared to make it
one ol the most cheerful in the city for ven
tilation, light and conveniences to bo fuand
It it the largest hotel conducted on this plan
in the west. It has been furnished in the
most elegant style, and is second to none in
tho city. Jlesla can be had at all hours of
the day. Their bid of iare will contain ev
erything that is ir.' its season, and tho prices
ire guaranteed to be lower than any other
first-class house in the city. Modsrs. Ander
son A Bros, are gentlemen who thoroughly
unaerstana tne wa us or the traveling pub
lie, and we would eay to those who visit Chi
cago, they will find a place Io stop at Ander
son's European IIote newly built and newly
Dissipation asd Late Houns. After the
festal rjiirht comes the miserable next morn
ing, with its hoadacho, its qualms, its gioomy
relkciione. Business must be attended to;
but neither mind nor body is fit for business.
What is to be done ? How are the enercib
oi tuo system to do worked up, ana its re
serves of vitality brought out? How is the
clouded brain to be cleared? the languid and
relaxed frame braced up for action? Under
such circumstances, a einglo wine-glassful of
riantation Hitters will bring about an imme
diate and beneficial change, and a healthful
glow will be diffused through the whole or
gani'ation by the tonic operation of this
Sea lloss Farine. made from Pure Irish
Moss, is considered by all who have used it to
be a most delightful, healthful aud economi
To OrB Last Reapers. If you are in want
oi mourning ana uiacK arcss good, call on
uoiuns, ixtssler & vo.. Southeast corner
State and Madison streets, Chicago. They
are the only houee in the weet making this
ime a speciality. '1 heir largo store is filled
with a complete etcck of toiiks. Bombazines.
Poplins, Yelorae. Barahcas. Mohairs. ?A!a-
pacas, Mtiinos,. French and Eneiieh Crate.
Xunn's Cloth, Traveling Dress Goods.
Shawls, ready made suits, Cloaks and Cloak
ing, Mourning Millinery, Ladies Underwear.
Being large importers, their stock contains
all the latest designs aud patterns, and the
most complete assortment, at prices lower
than any houee west of Now York. Samples
ot goods and prices eent by mau on applica
tion. The largest machinery denot in the West
is that rf Meetre. Wm. A. James & Co., 195
Lake street. Chicwro. This him keen all
kinds of iron and wood working machinery.
cteam engines, Handley portable engines,
stationery engines, manufacturers and rail
way supplies, &c. ' lheir etock is complete,
and is onercd at prices shich defy competi
tion. Send to them for circulars and list of
Fcbmttjbe manufacturers bavin? cxneri.
triiucu coiisjuurauiB uimcuny in tneir transac
tions with regular dealers, now coneign their
goods directly to their establishe.l agents,
Meters. Colby & Wirto, 42 and 44 Dearborn
street, where they are kept at private sale
during the week, and sold at auction every
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Ad goods
.1 : 1 i . . . . . . ,
The National Life Insuracee Co. of Chica
go; $100,000 deposited in the State Treasury;
co-operative plan; insurance at actual cost.
Sena to the home cilice for rate book and
circulars. 109 Monroe street. Chicaco. Bcni
Lombard, President; II. C. Child3, Secretaiy,
Tee Best ajtd Original Tokio cf Iron
Phost borus and Cahsaya, known as Caswell,
j:acK uo.'s ferro I'hoephorated .Llmr ol
Cihsava Bark. Tho Iron restores color to
the t-oo'd, the Phosphorus renews waste cf
nerve tissue and tho Calisaya gives a natural,
healthful tone to the digestive organs, there-
y curing uyrcpsia in its various forms,
Wakefulness, General Debility and Depres
sion of Spirits. Manufactured only by CAS
WELL, nAZABD & CO., successors to Cas
well, iack & Co., New York. Sold by all
The Cu ard jus.ii lime oi steamships leave
weekly from New York, Liverpool and
Qneenetcwa. Agents in all the principal
cities of the northwest. 8. Rowe, General
Western Agent. No. 2 Lake street Chicago.
James H. Foster & Co., 151 Lake street,
Chicago, importers of breech-loading shot
guns and implements.
Qua Youxa Folks presents in the current
number an admirable table of contents.
There are poems and stories, and most in
structive and entertaining articles on .burn
ing Glasses and Burning Mirrors, and how to
draw. There are capital illustrations and
contributions by lads and lasses. The young
readers have a iast in store lor tnem.
Fields, Osgood & Co., publishers, Boston.
Atlantic Monthly has an article by G. 8.
Hillai d on the English Note Books of Nath
aniel Hawthorne; chapter ninth of Bayard
Taylor's story; an article on Fcchter, by
Kate i ieia: a story Dy tiarnei i: rjonora;
Musie a Means of Culture, by John 8.
Dwight; A Virginian in New England Thirty
Years Ago; stories by W. D. Howclls and
George Barrow; A Reminiecence of Benton;
A Day with Shovel-makers; poems by Long
fellow, Loring, Larcom aDd ethers. Fields,
Osgood & Co., publishers, Boston.
Eveht Satfbpat for September 3d has a
number of life-like sketches of scenes of the
war in Europe. This interesting feature will
be' continued in future numbers while the war
lasts, and will add much to its usual attrac
tions. A likeness of Gen. Yon Moltke of the
Prussian Army and scenes in the Ad iron -(Jacks
are among the more prominent illus
trations of the current number. Fields, Os
good & Co., Boston Publishers.
Godey's Magazine is the first to make its
appearance. It ope. as witn a weii-executea
engraving of the bringing to Jacob of Jo
seph's coat by his brothers, after they had
sold him. The colored fashion plates, a
wood engraving, which represents a husband
and father cooking and tending baby, while
his wife is enjoying a boolc under the shade
of a tree, fashion illustrations, an engraving
entitled "Wait for Mo," representing a little
school girl, who has thrown down her books
and stopped by the wayside to adjrut her
stockings and shoes, and a piece of musio
entitled "Memory's Reverie Walte," are at
tractive features of this number. The liter
ary contents are varied, consisting ot tales,
poetry, and descriptive articles. There is
also another illustrated lesson on drawing,
and the usual variety of domestic infoi ma
tion. It is a useful, s well as entertairupg'
publication. L. A. Godey, publisher, Phila
Nervous debility, with its gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. twenty-eight Composed
of the most valuable, mild 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 the entire man. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very important in obstinate er old
cases, or $1 per single box. Sold by all drug
cists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address Humphreys' Specifio Hemeophatic
Medicine uo., Mia uroaaway, new iorr
Ir" koUtaie Agent Eurnhama & Tan Schaack, Hnrl
burt EdsaU, Chicago, Ills.; Jenks & Gordon, St
Paul, Minn.: Brown, Webber k Graham, St. Loida,
Mo.; Farrand, Sheley k Co.. Detroit. Mich.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Haib Rexeweb
will positively restore gray hair to iti origi
nal coior. uive it a iriai.
NoBTHWESTEEif Hobse Nail Co., manufac
turers of Tatent Hammered Horse Nails.
Office 68 West Van Buren street. Factory 66
to 68 West Van Buren street corner Clinton
Those people whose hair is turning gray
should Uie Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Rencwer to restore it to its natural color and
See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispensa
ry, headed, Book for the Million Mabbiage
Guide in another column. It should be
read by alL
Hckleut & Ens all's, leading wholeeab
druggists of the Northwect, corner Lake
street ax d W&baah avenue. Chicago.
Jevne k Almisi, importers and dealers In
Artists Materials, and leading Fresco Paint
ers of the West, 152 and 151 S. Clark street
Tibballs. Shirk & Whitehead. 242 Lake
street.Chicago, manufacturer of stoves; also
18 sizes and styles or t armcrs t eta Uouers
and Steamers. "
To Mothers and NnBSEn.-Mrs. Whitoomb's
Syrup for Diarrhoea, Ac, in children,- wheth
er induced by teething or other cause, is the
safest and best remedy.
The policies of the Washington are paid
within sixty dvys after receipt of proofs of
Fobethouout and t-rudence both say in
sure your life. Take their advice and insure
in the Washington
AeK for tho "Orient" Flavoring Extracts
tne purest ana best in use.
Aid. Read Dr. Olina
Bee Cattlb Eair to Prime.... $li 50
a 7 oo
Sheep Fair to Prime..,..., ....
Cottom Middling ,
Flour Extra Western...... ,u
e 6 35
a l 2 2
Wheat o. Z spring
Cobs Western Mixed.
Oats Western ..
e 1 05
BEEYza Choice $ 8 23
Prime , 7 00
.' Fair Grades 00
Medium 4 00
Etoci Catti k Common 8 75
(4) fi 50
(9 6 00
& 3 50
g 6 00
S 7 CO
(at 6 50
8heep Live Good to Choice -. . ,
Fiona White Winter Extra
WH-EAX Spring, No. 1... ........
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& I 10
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Ktb No. 2...
Bablet No. 8
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Pobx Mesa, New.
Hoos Live .......
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dt 6 oo
B 6 75
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Shkki Live ...
wheat lied ...
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Bsxt Cattm Choice ,
$ 6 CO
S 5 00
Good to Prime,
Sheep flood to Choio .......
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Wheat No. 2 lied.
.$ 8 CO
(9 8 SO
a 8 oo
(q 6 60
fl 6 60
fe) 4 75
(at S 60
(4 6 00
Medium 4 25
Bract Catt lb Common
Sheep Live Good to Choice.
FlCV White Winter Extra
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Pobk Mess-New M M . ,
Pamphlets of instruction sent frei nn unnlir.lw.n tn
Farwelt, Kdi worth A Co., 1X1 Dearborn St., Chicago.
Tbe eurpHMnjr and unsnimon arotnt of physicians
in favor of HOrFS MALT KXTRACT in certain
form, of diseases, is owinc to the rapidity of its effects,
which has in a certain meat ore given it tbe character
of a epeciuo. There exsit bnt few tonics in cases of
chronic catarrhs, dieeascsof tbe ftomaca, and above
all of tbe longs, which act so mildly snd at the same
time e promptly as Hoff's Malt Kxtrsct has from
incontestable evieneo been proved to set.
SOLli BV AIXPKUUdlrns ANOonOCPRS.
TAKKANT V IOh ;i7!i (irernwirh Nt.,N. V.
bOLE AOENTri 1UU UNITED STATES, ETO
SYCHOMANCT. rASCIJJATION OR SOUIi-
UHA KHIMi.-IU paires; cloth. This wonderful
: has full instruction to enahii. thm muI.,
cinate either sez, or any animal, at will. Mesmerism,
Spiritualism, and hundreds of other cations experi
ments. It can be obtained bv sending- address, with 10
cents postage, w i . v. t. v Aisri A CO.,
No. 4 1 Sa ihth St. Philadelphia.
4IT'J ilIE.N sntferinr from flervooA Dehilitr,
V Prematnre Deear, Self Abase, Ac, send for
Nebvtkk Pills. Sarecnre.
Warranted. AddreM L. SaXO
47 La Salle SL.Chioaxo.
friDDKR'3 PASTILLES. A Sure Relief lot
1. Asthma. Price 4u cents by mail
STOWKLL A CO.. Charlsstown Haas.
S00 Acres. 19th Tear. 10 Greenhouses.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Nursery Stock. Ever
reens, Kootfrraita, Hedge Planta, Tulips, Hyaoinths,
Urocns, LUiee, Colored rrnit and Flower Plates, Al
eeale ana ttetaii. Mend 10 eta for Catalogues.
AG ENTS WANTED!
For the Great Sabscriptien Book of the Season,
PALACE AND HOVEL, or
PHASES OF LONDON LIFE I
Foroethin new, ticy. and do com petition. Anybody
can sell it; STerybodr boys it. Descriptive Circular,
Sample Paces snd terms of Arency eent free oa sppli
canon to LMON li 1II.IIII.M; O..
101) Washington M (.'hirsuro.
PHILIP WADSWORTH & CO.,
34 & 35 Lake St , Chicago, HI.
Oar stock is complete for the Fall trade, and the
largest ia the West.
WARRANTED ALWAYS RIGHT.
Hay and Stock Scales not no In an nsrt of tha
country wiuxoot extra obara; e.
IT WILL PAT to send for onr Illmtrr&ted Clr ralira.
bole A rents for Tucker's I'nlent Alnrm .Money
I'r.wrra, weonij reuaoie protoouon against lux
FORSYTH SCALE WORKS,
179 Lake street, Chicaee. I1L
15 A 3ii7 Market 8t , St. loais. Ma
lta A 147 Walnut St., Cincinnati. O.
COUGHS. CROUP, BRONCniTIS,
C'OIJJS, ASTHMA, INFLUENZA,
HoanentM and Incipient Consumption.
Barb's Pictobai. Elixir has rapidly won the favor
of patient who have tried it. sod slso the patronae
of tbe medical faealtr ia ererr section of the country
where it has been introduced. No remedy for the
lnnrs and throat erer discovered, stands so popular.
sfUr once need as thi preparation. It is made under
tbe supemaion of Mr. T. IL Urr. one of tbe best orsc-
ticsi chemists ia the State. The suoeess which bss
attended tbe nse of Ibis remedy for tbe put sixteen
years, where known, has indnced ss te make it more
widely known for the benefit of tbe suffericir. Let the
sfHtcled kits it a fair trial, as we arecoondent that
relief and permanent care will be the retalL Sold br
all drnsirists in the section where this advertisement
N. B, Circrlars girlcs; certificates of remarkable
cures of the afflicted will be sent en application, or
they will be found accompanrins each bottle of the
The Elixir is pleaunt to take, and Is nearly and
eles-nntly put np la largo bottles at ONJi DOLLAR
T U DflDD fir Pfl Proprietors,
I s lis UMIIIl i UU. Teres Hautb, Ixd
Sold In Chioaxo at Wholssa'e bv
pmiffD tivpu a i-nriro. jfTr a : VI TTXT
VANSCH.CK. KTEVKNSo'n 4 RKlDtHURLBUl'
A KI)SLL; K BURNHAM k SOX; BLOCK! A CO.;
1ULMAN A KUtK UUU A BlyOUfc-L.
In Mi'waukte by
KICK A RISING ; DO H M F. N A SCHMIDT; GREEN
In St Louis by
RICHARDSON A CO. ; COLLINS BROi,
And throughout the Northwest by all Druggists.
J. C. HOADLEY & CO.,
W. A. JAMES & CO., Aeents,
A GREAT OFFER.
Horace Water 4St Brondway, N. T.
Will depose of ONK HUNDRED PIANOS, MELO
DKONS. snd OR( A NS of six ti rut-claw makers, inclnd
inc Chickerina A Son's. AT EXTBEMKLY IXW pbicks.
roa cash, duuing this month, or will take from So to
2s monthly unul ua. lrr
St. Louis Saw Works.
Manufactnrers of SPATJIDIHG'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Siws.
rOR SALE AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
214 I 110 dz 1
ST. LOUI& 1NKW ORLKANS
EMPIRE GIFT CO.
Cash Gifts to the Amount of S 5 C0.C00
ETEUY TICKET DBAW8 A PRIZE.
IS Cash Gifts, each $3n.noo 1 m Cash Gifts, each tl.one
SO " 6jw0lii0 " " liai
bl Elegant K OS e wood i'nnc earn f.W to f7,4
7& " " Melodeona Ir, tn 1.0
350 Sewing Machines. H) 10 175
M (iold Watcbos " 75 fo 3i0
Cash Prizes. Silver Ware. Ao, valued at tl.wo.uuo
A rhsnce to draw anv of the above PrizM far Ka.
Tickets describing Prizes sre toxl'd in Envelopes and
weil mized. On receipt of 2oc a Scaled lirk-l is drawn
w.tbont cho'ce and sent by mail to any address. Tbe
Erir.e named opon it will be delivered to Ibo ticket
older on paymont of One Dollar. Prizes are immedi
ately sent to sny address by express or return mail.
Yon will know what vonr prize is before vnn d&t for
it Any IriK tjcrhanffl for at4nr nf mme mlue. No
Blanks. Onr patrons can depend on fair dealing.
REFERENCES: We (elect the following from many
who have lately drawn Valosble Prizes and kindly per
mitted ns to publish them: Andrew J. Burns. Cii agn,
'0,tOU: Mies Clara S. Walker, Baltimore, Piiino, w):
James M. Matthews, Detroit, )5,OTU; Jcha T. Andrews,
Savsnnab. $5."0: Miss Agnes Simmons. Charleston,
Piano, griou. We pnbluh no nxxnetwitbout permission.
Opinions of IE Peess "The firm is reliable, and
deserve tneir success." IrWHv T'ihune, May 8. "e
know them to be a fair dealing firm." -V. '. Jttrn'd,
Jf-iy . "A friend of ours drew a ifi.0l') prize, which
wasprompuy recervea." Miy jun s.
Send tor circular. Liberal inducements to Agen'a
Satisfaction guaranteed. livery packime of hoaled
Enveknes contains one cash onr. Six Ticksts for
$1; 1:1 for 1(2; :ij for 5:1K' tor $1S All 1c! ters should
besdorejsed to C. ('. I'llKV ck" VO.
!; lirondwny, N. Y
Get the Best, Celebrated. Genuine
All kind and rlescripfious constantly on hand and
made tocider from tbe lightest Buga-v te the heaviest
Team r arness and in every variety and style of mount
ing Ncse see line unless stamped with our name aad
trademaik. Price tats and circulars on application.
Address JA MES It. Ill I.I. Oc 0 Concord,
N. II.. Sole Proprietors and only Makers.
IW We have srrarcements bv which roods nm
deli rated by b. B. cast ireight, at lowest rates.
IS STAN PAR DljF
' - - . i
CHICAGO BUSINESS CARDS.
I). B. cV C O- S3 and 56 Lake St, Chicago,
wholesale dealers in Straw Goods. M illinerr. White
AMwds, Hosiery, Gloves and ifancy Goods.
PAPER AND RACS.
IAVMN, BUTLER :CO.,D lera In Paper.
J Printers' Stock. Ao. Cash paid I 42 and
44 Stale street, Chicago.
I1 JEZi xm
a W .
Cr X 2ST I
We are now the Sole
Proprietors of tJie above
None genuine unless
the Registered TRADE
MARK and OFFICIAL
SEAL of tltis Company
appears upon every Bot
tle. We are also MANU
FACTURERS and SOLE
MICK'S STOMACH BITTERS
ROBACK'S BLOOD PURIFIER.
The above Prepara
tions are for Sale by all
Dru$$ists and Patent
Medicine Dealers every
U. S. Fropnslan
IN REMOTE SETTLEMENTS CF
4 UNTOLD VALUE.
Food makes blood; blood makes the body. II the
blood be pure the body is healthy. So if we are not m
health we know seme impurities are lurking about
which must be removed, and the sooner the better.
Erandreth's rills Remove all irom
the System which Nature
needs no longer.
Tbe wonderful cares elf acted by Erandreth's PiUs
have arrested the attention of enlightened physicians.
Upwards of five thousand now use them In their daily
practioe. and two hundred have given their written
testimony as to their Innocence and valne aa oteansera
of the bowels and blood.
TestimoDT of Town Officers and
Board of Health.
Bnta Seta, Jane 14, 1874
lb alas M mom sunsanj
Tbe Supervisor, Jastioes of the Peace and Town
Clerk of the town of Ossining (the township In whose
limits the chartered village of Sing Sing is oontained)
hereby eertify to the remarkable healthful effects pro
duced by the use of Brandreth's Vegetable Universal
Pills. For many years these Pills have been prepared
in this town ; in 1XJ Dr. Brandreth erected large build
ings tn which to prepare and pack this great medicine
for pablio use. At this time he employs nearly 1U0 per
sons, besides a rteam engine of lull horse power.
We hare a population of about 8.IW0. and almost
every person nses them when sick. Their merits are
recognized in every family, and onr drnggiste sell more
of Brandreth's Pills than all others pnt together.
We can point to cures effected by them In Scrofula,
Rheumatism. Bilious Affections, Ulcers and Sores,
WD it Swelling ef the Knee. BnghYs Disease of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, General Debility,
Want of Appetite, Typhus and Scarlet Fever and Small
Pox. And from long observation and experience of tne
effects produced by Brandreth's Pills we believe their
general use would give more healta and longer
average of Ufa. '
THOMAS LEART, Supervisor,
J. URM Y, Justice of the Peace.
NELSON IL BAKER, Justice of the Peso.
MORGAN HYATT, Justice of the Peace.
WILLIAM O. HOWE, Justice oi the Peace.
O B. CUAIHING. Town Clerk.
The undersigned, the Board of Health of the Tillage
of Sing Sing, fully endorse the foregoing statement of
the town emoers of Ossining, knowing the same to be
ISAAC B. NOXON, President
A. B. REYNOLDS,
ISA AO R.LOUNSBERRT.
TOWNS ESD YOUNG.
JAMKS T. BLAWFORD,
SAMUEL K. TOMPKINS.
Board of Health.
Sa Simo, J one 14, Una.
Hon. B. BRA.fPMrrs:
Mx Deab Doctor For many years I have used yotu
Pills, and in my own person and family have found
I have loos: been a contractor of Sins; Sine
Prison, employing: from on hundred to one hundred
and fifty men. Finding Brandreth's Pills so eiewllent
m my family. I commenced some ten years since ffiv'.ng
them to sick men working nnder my contract. The
effect was immediate, and soon my cabinet shop
became, and ia to-day, tbe healthiest eencera ia the
Prison a fact that has been officially noticed. I one
some two huadred and fifty boxes of Brndreth's PiUs
every rs-.r, and hardly ever bare a man io bospitaL
Vonr Pills seem to be almost a specine la Biiiioui
Complaints, Fevers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head
acne. Dyspepsia and Costiveness, and are in themselves
complete medicin chest. Yours, truly,
CHARLES H. WOODRUFF.
BOLD BY ALXi DETJGQI3TS.
R. BRANDRETH'S PRIN CIPAL OFFICE,
Srandreth XXonse. Wew "York.
33f 16.000. 16,000.
UrANTEO CANVASSING AfiKNTS for our
new aad superior l'irtorinl Fnmilv Hlhlo,
produced at sneipene of over ilo.'MI. Printed from
entirely new slates. It is the be;t Family liible in the
market. Sil.t by SubucripHon only. The moat liberal
terms offered. For foil particulars, with Catalogue,
address yUAKE&CI lY PUBLISHING CO..
217 A 31 Quince St.. Philadelphia.
HOW TO GET .PATENTS
IS FULLY EXPLAINED in a Pamphlet of l'! pages
just issued by MUNN k X , 37 Park Row. New York
MTJNN A CO Kditers SrirxtiUr Amxri.
. tarn, the beet Mechanical Paper in the
world, Cii Vkaks rJxrcKiKSCE), have
PATENT. taken More Patents, and sxaia ed
jllore InvrnlioDH, than any other
Agency. Send sketch and description
- for opinion.
51 MAY, 1866.
A Liniment for ftTaa and Beast, 87 rears In use.
Sold by ail Druggists. Large bottles, $1,00; Med
Iwu, 60 cts. ; Small, 36c
Is POOd for Rti.nmntl.nl r!Kltl.t.t.
Whitlows, Caked Breasts. Sore Nipples. Cramps,
Boils. Bites of inlmila Wa.tnu. .r ik.
Contractions of the Muscles. Burns and Scalds.
ah-, jraiuiui nervous anscuons, Chapped
Hands. Lame Back, Pain in the Side, Swellings.
Tumors. Tooth ArhA riM Cnr v.:.i -
Piles, lleth Weuntia, Galls of all Kinds, Sprains,
Bruises, Cracked Heels, Ring Bone, Poll Evil,
Windfalls, Callous, Spavin. Sweeney, Fistula, Sit
fast. External Poisons, Scratches or Grease, String
halt, 8aud Cracks, Lameness. Strains, foundered
Feot. Mange, Horn Distemper, Garget In Cows,
Cracked TeaU, Feet Rot in Sheep, and many, other
diseases incidental to Man and l!east, Thirty-seven
years before the American Public Adapted to
family use. Having been often solicited to prepare
this Celebrated Oil free from stain, to bo used as s
common Liniment by families, we have at length
succeeded in extracting the coloring properties
which have heretofore rendered It objectionable.
This Oil possesses the efficient principles of that
prepared with the dark tinge, and will be found to
be one of the beat Remedies for almost all purposes
that has ever been before the public. But for ani
mals, in all cases, use the other kind, and always
get a half-dollar or dollar bottle, to have enough to
be of ranch service. T?"Before u sin if, shake the
bottle. English and German Almanacs, Vade
Mecums. Show Bills. Posters and Circulars will be
forwarded free, upon application by letter.
From Messrs. W. K. Warner A Co., West Oeorgia,
VC, Mot. 29, 1807. We consider your Gargling Oil
as s tapis an article as we hare in onr store, and aa
sure to sell as tea or sugar. We never have sold s
bottle, that we know cf, that has not given perfect
Almanacs and Cook Books sent free) from the
office In Lockport, N. X.
From Hon. Nathan Llndsey, County Judge ol
Shelby Co., Iowa, dated Harlan, April 13, 1867. It
is decidedly preferred to any other Liniment sold
In this section.
From L. Schlottman. Bound Top, Fayette Co.,
Texas, Feb. la, lsey. I am now selling more ol
your Gargling Oil than any ether Liniment, and all
who hve used ia pronounce It "the best thing
IIJDISPUT A B TiTl.
Onr reputation having been established ovor 37
years in Lockport, N. Y and throughout the coun
try, we do not deem It necessary to resort to using
reference, and, In fact, we know and feel to think
it of no use in our business; but aa there are a few
who are more or less prejudiced against tha pro
prietors and manufacturers of Patent Remedies,
we subjoin the following reterences as to tne quali
ty of the Oil, our responsibility, fair dealing and
How. JOHN VAN HORN. Mayor CUj of Lockport.
Hon A. F. BROWN, Ea-Maycc
How. J. JACKSON, Jr. Ea-Major, CitoJ Lockporl
Hon. H. UARDNKK,CountyJudge, "
Hon. RCROWLKY, Ka-State Senator, "
O. K. MANN, SheriO Niagara Counts, "
ri I a 1. A KA I.O. aAlli Ddna, -NATIONAL
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
T. MURRAY. Surrogate,
M. M. FOUTHWORTH, IMst Atty, Uityot iXMKpon
T. A. SPAULDINO. Postmastss.
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