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   Waukesha County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 24, 1875, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               Democrat. THE A Sketch 'of Koine and St. Peter's APRIL 1875. L. 8PEKCX. Editor and Proprietor. ODD FELLOWS following programme of exercises has adopted by the Odd Fellows for their celebration on Monday next At P. M a meeting of members of the Order at Odd Fellows' Hall. At grand parade of Odd Fel escorted by Milwaukee Encamp ment So. in full uniform. Music by the Cornet and a Milwau- kee band. K. L. Gore D. H. Qeo E H Kellogg and Alfred Assistant Mar- REMOVED St. Lous Insurance Co. How often is it that a patient tries one ten beautiful fountains playing St. Peters at advertised then un- let him net nogloct to notice this won- til his patience and money are exhaust- and he abandons every thing of tho HAVE REMOVED THE ONLY The State of Wisconsin ihedrnl. Col. Duiibar Among tho Sfglua of Rome. ch 1875. J statues of St. Peter and St. at the foot of the stairs as .you ascend to HOTKL DB Al.EM March Editor Waukesha Democrat Dear Sir Here I in the classic city of capital of all Rome was founded 753 years before by who was the first king. From a simple collection of inhabited by she be- ia the course of two the' mistress of Etruria of and the greater part of Scmnira. The despotic rule of the was the the churcht Ere grand. Peters is built on the spot where Nero's circus was and where the tyrant inado the massacre of and derful work of art. I am and must rest. much more to and to continue my descriptive account of this church of and what I hare seen in I will also write you at an early had their remains buried in a grotto i F .r day an account of the palaces or tbo situated near the ancljn which and other matters of interest s- At 3 o'clock the puclic y fa j B opoa at the Fountain Spring i with the usual anniversary ceremony UP the to rcvolt agalnst of the Order. If the -weather proTCS j them. It was then that Rome was finfi it will undoubtedly be found neces- constituted a and was gov- r fa- open llj Will UUUWUW.V... ________ ary to hold this this meeting in the en air. At the oration of the day by Rev Samuel President of the Northwestern Wesleyan and late Superintendent of Instruction of the State of Wisconsin. The ora- tion will perhaps be followed by re- marks from Rev Myron W of who hat been invited. At the public ceremonies will be which business meeting of Odd Fellows will be held at the Hall for appointment of offi- cers ay.d the selection of a place for the Celebration of the ensuing year. erned by who retained office From Missouri. April J are haTinj good weather for the spring wbiob commence middle of The small grain is a'.l and a large amount of some farmers have put in forty The seed is all that is made use of. It yields from t'welre to fifteen bushels per acre. The most of the stock is out on grass and in some favorable localities the have lived on grass for three weeks. trees are leaving and we are plowing for corn Several farms changed hands here this spring two of one thousand acres and. well at twenty dollars per acre. One ef the purchasers is from Vt.j the other from Mass. There has been over four hundred tons of buy pressed and shipped to St. Louis from here the past eight dollars per ton. E. Vf. ESTABROOK. for two years. The divisions of the citizens of Rome into two patricians and plehe- gave rise to continued of which the numerous enemies of Rome availed themselves to make war against her. It was in these struggles they became celebrated for their and gained both reputation and power ing almost always victorious over their they extended their con- scAhat in the lapse of a short period they had subdued Car- Asia the two and many other countries. But the ambition and discord of their rulers occasioned the downfall ef the and with the proclamation of Ciesar the Empire was inaugurated. His reign was a continued protec- tion of sciences and and at that time Jtome could call herself the mistress of the world. Of the ma- nc.0 buried the body of 3t. Peter and of St.. Ancletus. The Pope bus an oratory erected upon tho tomb of At. and Constantino thu in there a churefej with five which was frequently restored in the 15th when on the eve of ruin. Nicholas the Vth decided to build a magnificent church in honor of St. the prince of the Apostles. To B. Roselino and Leon Betta Al- was the work but owing to the death of this which occurred shortly the work was taspended. It was again renew- ed by Under Paul the and Julius the who chose his plan from tlic great architect Brainento. He had conceived tho idea of raising a higli dome of immense proportions in the middle of the and constructed I have seen here. We leave here to-morrow for jNapies Pompeii will try and writs you brief letter from there. Wo often of and undoubtedly those I have is as nice a 'place if not nicer kind as a piece of and im- position. For the suffering patient this is truly a deplorable fact all he can derive is not a a removal of the cause of all his but mere- ly a traniitory which sooner or later is followed with an increase of their severity and obstinacy. Relief may be butftow deadly the cost. Let tho afflicte'l not abandon hope. By the system ef treatment we adopt in the cure of chronic diseases Boot I Shoe FACTORY IN WAUKESHA. uftcn bout by and Americana iind of the wonderful Betbesda water. One gentleman now here this ave a asked I by the remedial agents we this not un- 5 goin le of direct to Bethesda. The peo. ui Wnukcsba have no conception of the treasure Uiey have in and how far its famu has gone. Wisb- ng everybody in Waukosha success intl increased I DcsuAn. 15. L. Spenee. disease can he cured Delay not un- til the death knell has then expect a restoration. Seek for relief as soon as the first indication of failing health manifests itself. We shall make our visits regularly for and will be for consultation upon all TO ROUND CORNER BLOCK Opposite Exchange Hotel. Tlu- sible prices I The be t in the iii Office of Secret aiy of State. Departmentof Insurance. nest visit four enormous pilasters to support it. After the death of Julius the Lee the Xtb intrusted the erection or cuu tinuation of this work to a Dominican Paul the lid commissioned Michne Angolo to continue the wb' adopted the Greek and mad the design for which h commenced. At his Vignol Pirro assumed the direction of th work by order of Pius tha Vth. Th large dome was erected during Pontificate of Sextus tho Vth. Pop Clement Vlllth had it ornamentC' with and the roof decorated with aud the floor covered with marble slabs Pope Pius the Vlth finished this the church of St. Peters may be justly called the most magnifi- cent monument in the world. All the arts contribute to embellish and the greatest artists exerted themselves to the utmost of their ability. Tbe all of has eight columns and four pilastres of the Corinthian or- seven six and an IMSEASIiS 01' THE LIVER. DY PRICE DUSKER. number of persons laboring un- der affections of the and are and by far Iho greatest majority of them scarcely have a suspicion that such a difficulty exists in tlic slightest degree. Al- they seldom feel they are loth to believe that anything serious diseases of the on our at American dur- ing Tuetday tlie llth of May. D'RS. PRICE BREWER. and others may arise from i Diseases of the liver produce a jrcat variety of symp- toms The situation and office of the Liver render it more exposed to the action of and more liable to become so than any other organ of the human body. Tbe symptoms charact- erizing a diseased liyer numerous A sensation of fullness across the in constciucncc uf viscid blood accum- ulating in tlic causing it to en- or which would press upon j LOOK AT THIS r.MHBIT OF Insurance o.'s. 11V for tlic .Toliblnc liiiye of tlio BOOTS AND SHOES lt.it luif ever bfcn put on this market. We make k-nl REDUCTIONS TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Do after three or four profits OL'L-n jiltjul to their but Iniy thorn direct of the manufacturer AND SAVE The St. huuntiicv Com- locate 1 .it St. she State of has tiled in thU office n ftUtemont of such Company thi- ber 1874. riwwiny it situ of i aul ha- appointed K. of Mil Attorney in this on law can be .md otiuTwi- the of tlili now in applicable to Lho of ronip.xufcrt dultiji in this State I'ETKK SutTiMiy of innii--ioiioi- of of f the coiiclliloit day of Decem- of toqui- it hj ju ni't-s of I with Circuit rot.l-t-WaukosHaCoui.0-. WI.. CO II. Carver ai.l 1.1- FUuuiiaTi iusilnn Kc-iiy Brfcnuaut. iSOOaSlN To Ucury UuiT. ouircd to aii- of -i i-om of to tiu .at Iiie of in the 01 of this the laws tlierco Waukesha I anflcx-oflU'i tint R. B HAM- in the Cuitnly of duly autliorixi'd ol tUe nforvsaid to tnt -act liusi- HCW In thin Slat c-v-rriniUiiy to iw. far ho may be empowered ktti-r of I'loisi f.siJ until tin1 tir-t d.iy 1S76. Ucp info m-ncrnl stock of Leather ny Emperors who succeeded some I sumu iiu..u Ul attic terminated bv an entablature on stat. the thus lessening the cap- but lhc at A Correction. April 1875. l tor Democrat 1 see by the Senlincl and that all the officers elected in this city are and the DEMOCRAT'S s-tateiaent in relation to the Supervi- is about as near the facts as the papers above referred to. We think here you all inust have obtained your information from some one that had not entirely recovered from the effects of the beer drank .er tbe success of the first Mayor in Oeonomowoo. We do not like to be con- sequently please make the following had no party both can dictates for Mayor were formerly re publicans. On the city C. M a was elected assess by 106 majority. In the 1st every officer is either a democrat or a reformer. In the 2d it is dim- cnlt lo determine what party the most of the sfficers elected do belong. In the 3d David one of the is a and C.3I. the is a Tbc Supervisor the 1st H. T. a life long democrat. H. K. from the 2d is a as far as I belongs now to no while George A. Locl- from the 3d is a positive republican. W. W. themay- 13 railroad tod presum- ed t j hate no but his election were signalized by their the greater part by their vices. empire also became divided into east- ern and western this last terminated under Romulus in 476 be- fore Christ. Rome was several times invaded by barbarians of the who finally remained and their seated himself on tbe throne of tbe Cocsurs. The middle ages found Rome the capital of a small under the protectorate of the Exarchs of Raven- na. In the time of Leo tho Re- public was under tho depend- ence of the who had already es- tablished their residence there. They defended tlic city in its long struggles with the Longabards and who in vain attempted to bring it under their dominion. It was finally liberated by the under the command of their defeated the ma- ny enemies who strugslcd for its pos- Pepin then gave it to the which are placed thirteen oolossal stat- representing Jesus and the Apos- tles. Its height is 140 ar.d 370 feet wide. Tho height from the pave- ment to the extremity of the Cross which surmounts the great 4'26 feet. I am informed that tho cf- asity of the chest that tho lungs would not have room to and difficulty of a dry hacking cough or shortness of breath would hthisic and fect that this church presents when tbo three domes and facade are illuminated by 5000 as was always done on the evening of Easter and tbe fes- tiral of St. is most beautiful. It is done It was expected that it would be illuminated tliii Eas- and hence the thousands of people here from England and other parts of the tbe majority of them curios- ity-seekers. There is a bas relief on the principal door as you enter the which represents our Savior consigning the keys to St. Peter. Five doors gives access to tbo which is rich in in giljings and stucco work At tbe sides are the equestrian statues of Oonstantine and Charlemagne. Over the middle the front of the piincipal entrance to the you see the celebrat- whose rights were afterwards confirmed by who grant- ed them also other privileges. At the death of Rome found hsrself torn by civil which were prolonged for almost two at the end of Henry the Vllth became masUr. expelling the reigning Gregory the Vllth. Tho Pope gain returning to establish new agitations for this rea- son the opposed in a special manner by some cf the principal fami- amengst which tha the and exiled themselves several times from settling themselves at and Avignon. by tbe gsncral triumph of the the dominion of the Popes was re-established in Rome in the 16th until it was again interrupted by the wbo claimcd it a Rupublie in and in 1810 annexed it to tbc empire of France. In 1S14 Pius the Vllth re- turned to tbc possession of the Eternal and his successors continued to hold it until when the present ed rnosiac oHJiotto called the bust of St. Peter. In tbe interior are i are 575 feet from High Altar. Tlie may be considered a rebuke the Potter aa onr freight and pas- senger tariff is largely increased under its provisions. X. Thirty beautiful illus- trating city and suburban and prominent points of interest in and about Milwaukee were given in tbe January and February numbers of tbe Milwaukee Monthly. Thirty thousand extra copies of the magazine were sold at 25 cents but publisher offers to send to any reader of this paper the three numbers as for 26 and requests those only to send for them whs desire to examine them with a view to subscribing for the year. One number will be sent for six cents as a specimen. Besides the each maga- zine contains interesting stories and other excellent reading. Tbe sub- scription price is H2 a postage paid. Subscription can begin with tbe December in which was commenced a fine serial or at any other time desired. T. J. Wis. THE Whitewater Register now comes to us with a new and looks as bright and neat a new pin. The fire has not dampened Bro. Coe's newspaper ardor a for he gets oat as good a paper as ever. Pope Pius the.IXth was compelled to exile himself to Greta. In that peri- od the Republic was but in the following year tho French re- conducted Pope to his throne. On the 20th the Italian after a few minutes' took possession of which is now the capital of Italy. NW the excava- tions are carried on by tho reigning Victor Etuar.uel. compelled to limit myself to this brief notice of a city of which I read so much in my I have come to the conclusion that it never was sufficiently in in relation to the palaces of tho CEC- and other monuments which are brought to light within tbe past four- teen years by the French. Although Rome has undergone so many and such varied she may still call herself a most magnifi- cent'citj. To her ancient magnifi- to the to the to the to the masterpieces of a remote epoch disinterred from the ruins of her first with those are united the splendid creations of modern her hundreds of sumptuous her majestic her and rich in the jost valuable paintings cf the great a as in the so she still the city in which art most flourishes. the door to the trancept is 417 feet the middle nave is 82 feet wide by 142 foot and the side aisles 20 feet. Following the principal the sides have four magnificent which gives access to the and to the smaller aisles. After the first thcro two an- who support tho basins which con- tain tho Hnly The interme- diate space between those arches is ornamented by a double row of containing tbc in of the regular orders of such as and other orders. The nave is vaulted and ornamented with 'sunken coffers richly decorated with gilding. The pavement is formed of various inlaid in vari9us designs. Before arriving at the Confessional on tbe there is a statue in bronze of the apostle St. a work of the timo of St Leo the and placed there by Paul tbo Leo was Pope at that the year 461. Paul Vth placed it where it now in 1621. It is a marvelous piece of art. Beneath the d me in the rises the canopy which covers the tomb of St. Peter it was built by Paul the Vth. From the middle cf the circular balustrade there is a double marble staircase by which you asceri'l to the interior space where the remains of St. Peter are. In front of this is a beautiful statue of Pius tho in the attitude of prayer. lu front of him is a beautiful bronze richly and on each side are the statues of St. Peter and St. and four columns of alabaster of the mast magnificent kind. Within this gate is a species of which forms part of tbe built by St. are the bodies of St. Poter and St. and at tho end tho picture of our in mo- The Qigh to winch you giving rise to p after tho upper surface of the livcr be- comes extends its influence to tne producing which doubtless is one of the most fre- ijucnt causes in this climate for pro- this disease. When tke blood o is retained lo long in tlie liver it be coinc.s aorid and creates inflammation aud of the liver would in time take phiuc. The viscid state of the blood often produces a thick and viscid stale of the giving rise to the formation of biliary calcuh. gall- producing great as they pass through the bile duct. This acrid bile will produce fe- and when conveyed into the small intestines will inflame and irritate and tbc pa- i tient will feel a or an indis- oribable weakness just below the pit of the attended with and often a burning sensation spitting up the or which is usually termed Dys- food would distress them -so much as to cause them to live on a very spare the digestive organs would become so much deranged that both digestion and assimulation would he imperfectly and much em- aciation of thu body would ers could uat nothing seems to hurt although they cat much it is not attended with an increase of they still remain showing that the digestive and assimulating or- gans have Ijc'jomo so impaired as to render them incapable of performing their office. The when thin and is callable of being absorbed in- to the whole giving rise to sal- yellow and durk or sallow sputa on parts of the body of mnny individuals. Tbo acrid bile be- ing absorbed into the renders it likewise and diseases and hence and even ul- cers make their appearance. Piles are produced from an acrid condition of the bile. In coustquence of the ab- sorption of bile into tbe the vis- O. M T Y L E WIS. JEtn a Insurance Capital sind gn.SOO.OQO. N. Y. Capital and Capital and Which w f ollVr to ihe trade at loir f rlcen. and ece. KUSSEI.L KROS. 00. 1 hcicunt J hand and uttixcd tl-u- a M-al of tin- at il.iy of March. 137S ixo niumouh oil you. ice if you ivitliln tlic time will apply to the coui- SHEET .-i tc-1 .111.1 aliowtd tllf J.rerU-J i-.iid court to r vin- 111 it tinw awl aud Jlloiraiice ol hie ai- for Il law. awl llic of liio l' AX Lj Take Notice. ESTABLI311KD IS ISM. Howe Sewhur Mahine Co's j WORLD RENOWNED or won that IM.AC of ..id tor- i.l .-.-iH-ofibit. order for t- m offcr partita itprepand looffcr pa incc M L1BKKAL KATES ta JBK Of all companies Pay cadi for vour i mfiui ill any ial txinir-nlinary uni'icc .inii liw-.iro of ATTENTION n B cidity of the blood is blood which was thick ncreased-the before is thue FIRST CLASS ARTICLE j STAI'LE AND FANCY Dried and Canned Graham and Kpring Wheat Fresh Corn and Oat I Or Hnjtliing in the- line AT BOTTOM PRICES CUTLERY and GLASSWARE MII.UNEKY ESTABLISHMENT ON MAIN One dodr-cast of Jackson's Drug Store IV then tlK'y til.il inTL-ater in SOT FAXC7 FURNISHING Tli.ni .u y trT plncc.- Miss 1'olak en- Tasty Milliner TROM Ami they will try their utmost to give c.ill you TS ill not be disappointed MISS E. POLAK. SEWIM MACHINES General Western STATE AXD JACKSON STS CHICAGO. the n r.i'OU-nc-1 kc'- favorably eit aix- r in Ik-iiJL' timj-iion.ibly t'.ie piOtiiU'ol they are from the ir.lcnl Jr Ihvcr.tor of the they jiotuts of cxtcneiicr. wh'ch for ir.ir- po'cs of rcii'Ur ihern to other and which h.is made ilieni vorlil-H'iiownH. The qualities wliich ihorcudi and mechanical simplicity cJte of beauty awl fini-h. Our of nalc are HScr il au known lo the tmdc. and VI rue inv'U'il to r-iamhio our .Muchini- before THE HOWE MACHINE State anj 111-. In no are not will plea-o for lllu-tr.itctl Ii-t.. .in liberal term-. The n-e Machine L'o-113 R. L. GOVK. Waulcrilia. 1'. Asn.t for llie NCTT Improve Running Sewing Machines ONLY ONI.YS1.00 A YEAH. TU'-T 01- fTOKirS. 1JB5T 0' STOBIKS. IVCI.VDINO PREMIUM FASHION' ARTICLES. FASHION ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. RICCS T R A V E LINO- AC K N T S FOR XfY They give Lessons free to any purchasing of them. This is an offer ahead of any music house in the country. and Hi Uic OiKriijuLon of to law. -t petition to c-nnr. a tiio eoutt hoii-e in loth ft.iy A. E. in o'clock -i of iiay. -swn 21- can be thcr ordi-rvil ih.it not ice of 10 intvix-ettd in J-aid ii.-' a copy of tl.is notice for thn-c fc-iirJor to he anus in thv vr.itkt- D-'inocr-t. .1 weekly new i-p.ijx r iiu'- 1i. the cf C e April Mt1i Jii-iji-. -V WACKKSUA COUNTY IX PROBATE. 1'v.ttrr ofthe c-talc of Magdelcnr. G.iuthV. uCcC.THHl. Ut. '1 Outmutin and four ir.oi ti.- lO'ii 1 the day of March A. jiliovvvti for creditors- prcM-iu said JeocaJ'oil for examination mi .1 Drus J. T. KEAHONEY 134......SrlUMi -TRr.Ci' MIl.WAUKEK. WIS. THIRTEEN H met with THE ANDERSON I.V COVNTY VTAUKESHA IX PKOBATC. thf matter of the cKitc of James cc.tswJ. On and iiUnz an inftraaiont in Mrftliv. Vic- tho ia-t and of J i'.'0j luif or IV.ujkcfha -e.tKcJ. u'.c'J ftccom jinny htg of other tl'at 1 dtc'U nn mhnbit.iiK -n i'. r.f in IVjy-coiistn. -1 I.IT-QH lui-s bt-cn named and r' i i i theruof. i'i ili-j -i' 1 rnint-nt ninv be to JTO- vi 1 admin ration with the m i il -V of estate to M'chael f tl.c of Usbon in aii.l county. the pvtit on lie heitrJ rv fun ibo cai'J couit-tt In saitl of A.D. 1S75. at t.-n t'n1 ibri i of -iiil dav. or 1-0011 s'ti i- tn A .1 .t notice if .eu j L-r.-ous in u ropy ot'tbisonler for the W.tnht-t.i iy a weekly new- paper twl A. D. 1675. M. Jc MI5CKI.LAXBIV3 1IEADIXO. 'MI5IT.I.I.AM-OU3 KK.MHXn. TO BK.roCND ALSO CONFECTIONARY AND NOTIONS. Remember tbc MAIN ST.. WAOKESI1A. CinLI'RVX'S COKXER. ailUlllKN'S CORXER. AMATET'R PRINTERS' KOLUMS. AMATECR PllINTBRS' CLUMN. TlKrAUTMENT. PI-RCIU'INO DEPARTMENT. Thrnnyli in New York f Von Want II HOUSEHOLD 1101 SEWS. COLUMN. witbout extra cost. Ynn nr IVIft Wants if Vnur Children Want and cu- FOR A A desirably rca'iy furnished dwelling for sale. For enquire at this office. Twenty-five of Reynold's Bros Boots and just Ladies' Sflk from 12 1-2 40 50 cts. and 05 ets. great at Kciehenhach Segnitx's. cheaper than over I must gire your readers some idea of the church of St. and the entrance to it. Tho piazza of St. Pe- ters has tho aspect of an amphitheatre being of eliptical form tho semi-circu- lar portico was built bj order of Al exander tho Vllth. and Clement tha IXth. Tbc of Doric is formed by 284 columns iu four rows. It is practicable for carriages as wel as pedestrians. On the entablature which surrounds it I counted 90 colos sal statues. The square in front St. Peters ia decorated in tho centre by a magnificent Egyptian obelisk which was transported .to Borne by Caliglula und placed in the circus o Sero it is 72 feet high. There arc sme. 'me utgu w ascend by seven is under the of the 1 canopy it is turned towards tho j H'iritiou and tho Pope only celebrates Mass on it. Its principal ornament is the rich supported by four beautiful spiral columns of bronze. It is a mag- nificent work. The imposing and most pola. or designed by Michael An- is supported by four and as many Urge in which there is a winding staircase leading lo four galleries. There are the which contain tut most valuable relics the four niches beneath contain four stat- ues in which represent St. St. St. and St. Andrew. Those are marvelous wurks of art. Above those galleries arc the spandrels of the dome there are the four in mosiac. The drum is decorated by 32 pilnstres and 1G and the whole of the dome is embellished by mosiacs and gilt and upon the vault of the lantern there is the Eternal Father Tribune and Chair of St. Poter. Be- hind the o' it is the semi-circle of the upper part of the principal adorned by tho design of Michael Angclo above the altar rendered thicker still. Tho office of the heart is to propel the blood through the when therefore tie blood becomes thick the lubor of the heart is increased-which weakens its powers- renders it incapable of throwing tlie blood to the extrcmitics-hence deficient cold hands'and chill- often the feet very hot as the result of a feeble circulation of the palpitations and pains over lhc region of tho which in many in- stances'if allowed to disease of the he.irt itself will result. Rbeu palsy or numbness aches and pain of one dis- i or sometimes in the back part of tho head arc frequently complaintd of. Brom whence do they arise but from this viscid state of tho blood and debility of the Ner- are all pro- duced b'v the deficient support which the nerves receive from the blood. dizziness of tlic ringing of tbe fullness of thu great beat in the top of the some times coldness and other distresses of the head are often experienced. Why _is t S3 f The blood being thick and vis- its mosion through the veins is W. Cahil in HARDWARE four gigantic statues in work of the great artist tho rep- resenting St. St. St. Athenasius and St. John Crysos- supporting a chair of within which is enclosed the real cliair used by St. Peter. The chair is crowned by a glory composed cf angels and seraphims. The in the form of a in a transparent has a most beautiful effect. By the side of the chair arc .the tombs of Paul the 8d and of Urban the Sth In the four uiehcs which are around the there are St. by St. Francis by St. Elias by and St. Benedict by Montanlo I mention those as the most wonderful execution of art I ever behold. Thero are besides these othor St. Alplionso do St and heart throws the blood through the arteries to the head faster than it returns by the veins back again to the hence accumulations of blood take place in tbe press up- on the brain and produce all the diffi- culties above even falling fits and apoplexy tire produced in this way. When the upper surface of the Liv- er becomes it frequently ex- tends its infiue.iec to the and pains are experienced across the small of the producing much distress by diseasing neighboring organs. It is under such circumstances that drop- diseases of the urinary occur. Often an affection of the Livcr ex- tends its influence to the ing an enlargement of that rjaircd condition of the either obstinate or lasting and exhaustive in the bct.veen the un der the shoulder iu the breast Tho patient often fret or sleepy. Eyes beuomi sight impaired. Illustra tions of diseases of the lover might be fa- more extended. It is doubtful whoth er any disease of a. chronic cliaracte exists in which the liver does not per- form a prominent or is not mor or less and wo venture to affirm that health jan in no instance 1 1 where the transactions OUR OWN FIRESIDE i .1 ilonK- .Inuiii.il for t'ic Firei-.rlc. Eight largo t It is now in its fourth your -.ir. Ten crnX extra muftt be sent cry has the choice of with Our Own Fireflttle PiiblfHhtiifr Co.. ITu New York. r- w.-mtfl. A Olmmpion Job Prew giver i.Ii C. ncrw. kia ffcctiQuP the nnna catarrh. u io .iy invilu Hie J-lck. lio matter what their to call and ifivostm.ite boibre the make ami iJor'-'f1 it will eo.-t nothina as poii'mli-it'o Visits made icgnlaHy. DRS. PRICE fc cnn lie tn ted nt llUiof Patients will at Wankeya for n fieo. dnr- -ill lo V. Clarciir r.ul or col- w.-tei-iank. XO t'UKCE PUMl1 15 tlma itavhif tho trom .UUINST muii piit.-scnr. --r w I'M- ii lolioiior water h IKV i arowed to jit't low or L'tKu'L-'y of tin- No ihufi to jrvt r-po'l or iw.s-tt-l out of Impo t-nt to I'RIXTKIIS. and tit nt which i- ii.t-0 in Clerk of tho Circuit Court. to the roiiiplaint on ol'.'.'c i tlte tt'aukcbhn. in .'y. Lir tv eiity after the wrvtce nt '.he such .K.l'l m to tlic Kiiil 'Klio t P the pluintitl'in tliiNSi' to hv Court for the-relief A.D. 3ST4. 11. Att'y. TYi-. and .ill tl iIAlS Opiiositc the Office. promptly 1874. ilcil lo. Orders KO- WHO. STKAM ENGINES AND BOILKRS 2 TO 13 1IOR3K GET THE 1IEST AND for it'll M. L. GUS1V CO.. 17G William CHAMPION JOB The yet made for Busi- ifcn Bov5. JJS-JQB T-VTE FOR AMATECRS.-S31 Send three CLRU for circular M. L. GUMP it 176 William X. Y. from 1 to 10 Towns MTilK i J.L1.-.X. V. THE WEEKLY 3UH. c of 50 broad CARROLL COLLEGE. ruli OrjKinizatioaof a FIVE YEARS' ENGLISH LITERATUKB AND ANCIENT AND MODERN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCES. BETHESDA MINERAL WATER FURNISHED Good Board in the College Building Room Ifoai'rtin i3 to 84. prepaid' it. .ve. The die-apt panrr pnbliehed. Try HE New York 2000 newspape i contalrJnc liets of over r' and cstimatce shoeing tlic _ All vcrtificirenu taken for leading papers in many States at a tremendous reduction from publlshera' fiEi THEKOOS. per Week- Families from Tuition per to S5O. FALL XEKM BEGINS AUG-. U3st AND ENDS DECEMBER 1874. Primary Claw under Miss E.ELDKitKiN. Willow Works f ON MAIN WIS The reeptctluMy announce t the public tliat lie h ic a fine and cheap of willow-ware which cnnnot bo heat for dnrabil't- uncli Fancv Tiaey Chairs of ai nail kinils. find FostStooJp. Sewhn 51-i rule. BnBki'tP nn-1 Tafolo M.its in ere at vnri in which can Ijo tliouglit of i inVliin.-. It voiiM require loo much fipacii to eni nii-rr.lc UIL JirticJe-s which I but ITU and 5ct--for yourn U. -i .it nml kitchen will be promptly and neal poliMtO'l. N. WAUKESHA Superior AXD DEDICATED yri'.u MLDAI... i -I Now York i t tin New l-'ui. 1 i'HM.OMA CONTIM F.i M.c .v. i i.n.iM-1 liMn-l M A Y 0 T II 1C 11 A A Ix D S MINERALWATER Of 11KTHKSDA WATKUiH ndmitlcd to be the only known lomcdy for the ctu-u of UrightV Disease and all dl-eiiscs of the kidneys. It yheh inbl-int relief in Infljinr.i.iUon of the Kidney In- of Ititlummmion of iliw Neck ol the liladdcfr iind Gouty Stoppage of of Tlopy or Cloudy TESTIMONIALS. WHITMVS..V. Your Bo.lcr. I 3i ne with ihc Ml HIT and with thu jil.-o with the upright but cnii'Ldo with tlivm Ii .t I can do by tlmt'.s tin l of wood. Yours FiUXMAN The No. 4 Amltiifon Stemncr I inn mucli pleaecd It is managed than any other lieuting apparatus 1 LMCJ' mcd. Tlie of punipinir which it awav iti-m in sa large iiuiory like th j he- VC U will gt'ner.itc ctoam us our -oM iuo- iTC tht- wcod. M. Ifthcold r.nrfitld havlii-t lhc Of 12'J'l VO-AS. dust iii Tlopy or bilious aud dark n pem-ing' with bone-tltist burning with s-hiirp whon the Hemorrhage of the IVi'n in the Kidncjn and Loins. Torpid Thcic is not agent known to man th.n cancrrctl.c diseases to cfVcccually and qulok as tho itheeda Water. This fact h.is been dt'iiionPltatcd wherever the water Indicated in the published can lie had of the cral itgcnttj by application to them. Tho water if- sweet aud plcawxnt to the tn.8'c. It can he k at all houre. Why Hiould any out' while thii easily obl.ihiod Sole and Wi L. II. 111 Spring under the lanklnion Sole Milw coBarrele. caiih and clemijoliin fiirnihhul at Pftpricc. Errors 01' Agentlcm.in who for yi-ara fiom Nm1- vmiA Prc mat tires all UK- c of youthful iwHirrc'.lon sake cring humrtjTtys lice to who accd rocipo and for th j'-'.nrpi'j in bynkichlir was curd. i-xperlfiicc c.in do so hv In uerfcct o J01IK B. DEin new Kipp Kn-j.in.jirj ut jnv I Is .ilmov. loleolcc-' in lies ut little riicl '.ft frr jseri riu alltliiu ireqnii'cd of .t. I bi-ei .u-cti-u md to th se Htc.nH engincH foi tho hi j i-ti and that 1 have ist'vur nceri r iu-d of time have evci 5 -if-i il me Sept. 1S73. .1 I'Off DiXON. N. V N. V Sept. 1 MS. U'nrraAX iVc tin- -To to fmMi for Iho htoain by t Hlic a cliarm lo tny e'ntin ftiiw.tiun'. u. WHITW8AN MTTJLE N. V. SAML. H. U OrJurt. lor water prouilitly STABL G. a Livery tl.f M. B. T c.m in the lively iluc sit very yt.u lor past. cvi.Uiiuar.ee OJ'.hc snmc. j rc-conilv purclinhetJ a NEW HEARSTS K'liich at your service. TfU'K TYLER HEPP. Xf nil CI1KESK FACTORY AIH'AH.YTUS MAIN oi'i-osirr. o. M. TVI.KII IVUOIltly OlICDed III U a ktock COPFISS AND -M iviicutruliy sollct a Uiko charge of funerals Flour for s Mrs Christina DeWai 11 and 7 Vcrnon last week. Go to Schwartz for he in boots and stoos.- He witb as good work any prize Betas. Mr. 0.. M. Tyler bas waSkee. for several days ing tbe work on the ncv TUB ditch leading froir factory to the wbic an eye-sore so many yea Beitiy filled up. 'HRSOSS desiring shad' procure them by applying Chas. Cork. Itisespccte trees will beset on Tns spring supply of in great rived at Kendrick Ga ware store. f they want at K. G.'s. RiiAM Esq aa article for the'Ofonomc shows .very toiic-.'u I new charter for that terribly bungled up affair. COXBAD SKHKT has r agency for the Milwaukee Mutual Insurance- vWiiity. It is a good irutt and any one desiring iusui give Mr. Sehrt a call. P. A. SOKYVEES will ope on Monday in Barc near the depot. He has first-cliss laundress from C no doubi can give good sat all who miy patronize biiu MRS. A. E. remperance haJ a tape from being terribly bu breaking of a kerosene la she had her hair bun part of her clothing. icould be put out. A gentleman who ext iterested in gas work.- in Jiffc ias been trying to negutia .ing up gas In this irould bo a much ueeiled our and we hope si Icouragement will be given the Company to sfart at an ox. E. of Oc as been appointed by Gov nember of the Board of Wisconsin Industrial for the full term of from the 3d of April. Is S. A. whose t ipril 3d. J. II. UOLZBACCB has tbe Lisbon plank to and J. Webc possession on tbe first of 3olabaucr has built up and the ito a '-gccd isceess. Fox River House L scape from destruction veniog last. About fix c fire broke out in tbe re etween the ceiling aud tl piad mide good headway er ovcred. The prompt ar re with the al was ami oon smothered. The bi amaged to the extent of DWELLING HOUSES ASJ WITH THE t T propose to put up several Ing houses and ou in this that prices that any ind' ia small capital can and have a home of li can always be improvn ours that every meohaiii sure to and in ve a home to be proud R. N. April 1 A F held at the village of May to w ons interested in the bree re whethfir they 'he oflEcers of the dav .J. N. Crawford Vice Presidents fell. Scc'y. E. If C. Pcatl Tinkley. A large assem Vowcrs is and do not propose KMOCKAT as disgusting the Plaindedler has bi 'Migent under ent of that. small nit ln by calci dignities' cast upon f- Time b a waste-any of it o low dojrn in tbe scale 5s. whose choicest lac it. style that that can auy person of common sickly atterepfs at w a of their pstson tue editor of this ap his dinner 6 do not wisii the cstc neitiier havs we only that i.c man wbo.bccara   

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