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The Silent Tongue.
art of siteneo, if it bo ool of tho nso
Inl arte, it fs an art attained by few.-
iiow xsitiom d we moot with man who
peaks eoty what he ought to lay? That
the Liblo enjoins ill attainment It most man-
IfOS : -r ,
It command us to make' a door and a bar
for tho mooth. .. It declare that If a man
tmdlothnot bit tonguo, bit religion It vain.
The attainment of tbit art will enable nt to
void saying foolish things. Wo of ton speak
without reflection, and, of consoquenco, fool
ish thoughts, r exprostions destitnto of
thought, are nttorod. Possessed of tho art
"of tilonco, wo shall not speak that which
.ought Dot to be spokon. Again it will on
able ut toaroid asying hurtful things.
Sinco-wo aro placed in tho world to do
pood.and tioco the endowment ef spoooh is
ooe of our greatest moaos of influonco, it is
most unsoomly for us to uttor that which
aball do injury. He whoso business tt Is to
root out tbo tares should not scatter tboir
tood. . It will enable ut to gororo our foot
ings aod direct our trains of thought. II o
who giro oppression to bis footings iacroatos
He who giro expression to anger, for ex
'nmplo incroasos Ut- power ovor him. Ho
who giros utteraoco to improper thoughts
will Increaso tboir nqmbor. It will luoroaso
our Influence with our fellowtncn. "A fool
ttittereth all his mind; a wise man koepotb It
, until afterward?" Gravity and reserve aro
associated with wisdom. Even ao affeotod
gravity it BomotimoaofTootire tho true art
. of tilenco It always. We can be useful only
at we are influential.
' A Short Wat to All Etils We out
the following from a papor publisbod many
years ago, but it is jutt at applicable to day
ns when first publisbod:
' If you wish to be always thirsty, bo a
orunkard; for the oftonor and more you
. drink, too oftooor and moro thirsty you will
If yon took to provent your frlonds rait
ing you In tho world, bo. a drunkards for
that of itsolf will defeat all thoir efforts.
If yon aro dotormined to bo poor, boa
drunkard you will soon bo ragged and pon
riloss. - If you with to itarro your family Lo a
drunkard, for tnat will oonsnmo thoir moans.
If you would bo Imposod upon by knaves,
bo a drunkard, for that will mako tboir task
easy. " '
IE yon are rosotvod to kill yoursolf, bo a
drunkard, that boing a sure mode of do
at ruction. . .
(If yon have no rosouroos whan past labor
but a workbooso, be a drunkard, and you
viii m unablo to provide any.
If sou are determined to exnol all com
fort from house, bo adruukard and you will
do it-most ell actually.
Read This and Hand It to Your
Who Don't Take the Paper.
Now - that the time . has arrived for
everybody to determine what papor or
.papers he will tako during the coming
joar, and acorcs of "good, bad and 1 ia
' different" ones from abroad are sending
their high-eounding prospectuses into
cTory nook and corner of our County, we
beg leare to call the attention of the
, people o( Old Geauga to the merits and
; advantages of tho Jeffersonian pemocrat.
We have always held that eyery man
.' should take his own County ppcr be-
cause ' it is such ; but we oie happy to
say there are. other .reasons wlty every
1 citizen of Geauga County should tako his
-. County paper. At the commencetpent of
the 'new volume, i( will be so much en
larged as (o contain more matter than ever
before, although tho terms, which afo.as
low as those of city weeklies in general,
will remain the same as at presont,. viz.:
82 per year in advance, Aa there ia.no
postage on it in the County, it will bo af
forded to our citizens at twenty cents per
year less than foreign papers of tfo same
nominal price. It will contain all the
borne news of general Interest, and a ful
weekly summary of tho events of the State
and Nation, gleaned from other papers
In the Home Department, which is the
life ef every well-conducted County pa
' per, we have already several intelligent
and reliable correspondents, and Intend,
if possible, to engage one in every Town-
uip iu me vouniy. j.u auuiuon iu mete,
we earnestly solicit every person who may
have 'any local news of interest, to com
municate it to us. Those who do not sfcel
qualified to write for the press, need not
hesitate on that account, as, whenever
necessary or desirable, items will be given
in our own language. Local controver
sies and personalities are, for obvious
reasons, inadmissible but local statistics
' and notices of public Improvements, sales,
deaths, meetings, accidents, removals,
crops,' storms, valuable stock, fcc, dec,
are always acceptable.
We also intend to change our lime
of publication, so that subscribers in
several of the Townships will receive the
paper with moro regularity and in better
season than heretofore, and In all as
early as the day after publication.
We hardly need say that the Democrat
will continue le advocate the principles ol
Freedom and Equality to which it has
' ever been devoted, and whioh we rejoice
to believe have gloriously triumphed in
the late War (or the Union.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
t Harper s Maesnna or Uarcor a WoekU
and Democrat, S5,25. 1
Godey Lady s Book and Democrat,
Atlaatlo Monthly and Domocra,t, S5.B0.
" Our Young Folks and Denioorat. 3,'50
Artnurs Magazine ana uemoprar &4,Q0,
. , Peterson's Magasioe an J Peraocratja.Oo,
Ladv's Friend and Domocrat, 4 00.
Pbopological- Journal aod Democrat,
We would say to our old
customers that we arc not net
ting it) the wind for the sake
of disposina of the remnant
J , , - . J I
our (roods, hut that wc have
' y i
raurneu, jrom we . uiiy oj
New York, where we have pur-
chased a Neio Stock of Goods,
which, for. variety of style, du
rability of material and firm
ness of texture, cannot be ,cx
celled in this section. Wc will
sell them to our customers for
ONLY a LIVING PROFIT!
to sec Ms goods.
lie Jias more
Alpacas all colors
GRENADINES, Striped & Plnid,
NEW Styles M0USL1N
Come "and see
Full LINE of FURS:
HOODS, SKATING CAPS, ,
. UENTS' FUtt COLLARH, c.
do. CORSETS, , .
' do. GLOVES d; MITTENS,
' do. . HATS,
do. , HOOP SKIRTS,
do. BALMORAL SKIRTS.
; . jLiabiiE'sr. -Cloaking,
of the Latest Styles, kept con
stantly on hand, and made to
order, and of the best finish.
GAITERS, ; '
Ribbons, Dross Trim
mings, Cloths, ' Cassi-
Lr'Qomc and Secern
TICKINGS, STRIPED Shirtings
ine ana iieavy fciiieeungs,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and sllOCS
Cloths, good Assortment,
Manufactured Into Clothing, to order,
Go all around! canvas every
store! : ' ; ' '
Tftenluy oj ' Ay res-far chcapcr
than oef ore.
Mj. S. Iff res.
i Chsrdon, Sept 88tli, 1805.. 800 tl
of,,? '!?-s"any, enlarged, nd im-
Provodi nnd equal In size- and vnluo of contents
indeed, no other paper of the kind enn be com-
THE RURAL AMERICAN, .
The Most Elegant, the Cheypent and, the
Best Agricultural, Horticultural, and
General Family Paper in (he United
Stales Gratuities in Choice OR APE
VINES, Strawberry Plants vnd Ele
gant Engravings, to the value of .Sub
scription Price, sent free to every Sub
This Populsr Rural Paper, published on the 1st
and lSlhof nr.h ntnnlli.nl Ililod Nam Vnrb
pared with it in the real value and interest at
Inched to its contain,: nnd It Is r1i.i.l..ll,
of anything ol the kind ever published.
i u ut-hat. vmehio, ii not a I Aral rani
jusi aa vttiunoie.in wew England, tho Western
and oilier States, as in tho State of How York
Its circulation h larger than that of any other
pnpcroutoftheClty of New York. Volume X
will commenco January Itt, 1806.
Tho Form In- very large Sixteen Faoh Octa
vo, containing double the reading matter that can
be (onud in any other similar publication on eve
ry suDjeci ot interest to inrmers, fruit growors,
(grape g'owersin particular,) Block -rai sera , fiar-dcners.boe-kecnern.
1 ins I'.icgnnt roper It Uluetratod wan some of
the most costly knuravixos that money and art
can prouuee; nnu us uitkharv department era
braces general Family Readingwhich In Inter
est has never been equaled in this country. In
bricl, tlto Rural American la now universally
admitted to be tie most Practical and Rei.iaiii.e
Agricultural and Horticultural Publication ex
tant. : Kvcrv Subscriber receives th fall vslue
of the paper in Choico Grape Vines, Strawberry
Tlants.or 1'lno EnRrovlngs, worth 2 each; and
all subscribcis for 1806 who remit their money
uuiurc vvo. ism receive mo vol u mo lor ia.io
FREE FROM TUB TIUK THEY SUU8CRII1B
to tho close of the nrewnt venr!
The Agriculiural F.ditor of the Philadelphia
.aiuTiiay jcenivr .-(, ton entire stranger,) in
congratulating mo on tho appearance of my now
paper, writes: "My opinion is that you have Is
sued tho best journal all nninta ronHiilprpil far
the practical, working farmer, that we have ever
had in -tho United Slates or anywhere else. 1
like Its general make-up better than that of any
paper I have ever seen. These are
my nonc8t sentiments.""
Agon is oroevorywhero wanted to got tip Clubs,
who receive magnificent Premiums in V1NK3,
Plantu, Kngravinas, Cash, Gold Pens, Mneazines.
Weekly Newspaper, See. Sampletof the Rural
American lent J me to all applicants. Address
I. H. MINER,
827m6 Clinton, Oneida Co., N. Y.
E. H. T. AUTHOBT ft C0. '
Uanafaotnrois of Photographlo Materials,'
vaoi.nL d kmn, ' '
601 BBOADWAY, H.T.'
In Mitlflon lo our mlo l.d.ln. of PHOTOOR APIIK. ftlAy
Ttlll MJJ, wumrm bonjijuftrton lor tha foltowltifr, vli,t
Stereoscopes and Steraesoopio Views,
Or Umm wn hKT. n Imflvmmt ftwnrtmsnt. Inoledlna
VIEWS Oi" THE WAS,
OMatncA ,t frrmt ptig and forming . eomfttt,
rnorooRAruio uistuhv orxiiBoiuuT uhiom oomtbs
Charleston, : '
Florida, , "
Lookout Mountain, ,
Belle Plain, .,
- o. ' mo. ,
Amwloui 4 Fmlira CIU nd Uadmro Oram, RutM
tSS Al, Borollnm..rocon for nnl.lk or nrlr.w
, yklMllo, Ou(WowllllMUuir6UlraMioiKlLpt
i - Photofiraphle Albums.
W m lh. Aral lo InlrodnM tlinM Into Ilia Onllnt Stat
warn w maaufwtur ImtmrDM ijuanlltlM In rrwl rarl.tr, ranfl
UUoo ill Uln(( nwlor In bi-.utr anj doiabllltlr to anr Ui.-. ,
Tbuy vlll Im lent by mall, mtfc,on raeolpl of pricei "
t"rilC AI.IIUUS MAD! TO 0D.rt 1 '
The Trade will And our Albums the most '
. Saleable they can buy.. ,
Oar CatatMrWDow ambraeM war Firm TncnjfAim iltflHranl
anlijccU (lo avlilch aJJIllom ara continually balng matla) el KtaV
tot Americana, Ac, Tit t about
UK) Miij.Uaaa, UHl Llul-C'iila WO StatatmaO,
lKlllrlf JMotharOllkara, laODIrlnaa,
rilVolnnela, U Na OUcarv In. AoUoii
iOArtUU. lljus, 60 l'rotutuant WomaJa, .
' t,000 &,i1aa of Warka of Art, .
, lularlln tndiKUou ol tb. Boat aUbratas Inirarlnira, -ralutlrura,
Sutaaa. Ac Calalaaaa HI era lacalM ol BtanrA
An orar for t)na Poi.a rirlurM from our C.uUaaa. will tnl
DHxl oa racalut of tl.au, ana arat ! tnalL ra.aT
fbotoaraiibara aird otbarl ovdarluK gooiU C. O. D., wilt stout
tomlt twanlji-ftra aareaaL of U. amount with tbalr ordar.
af"rbaatloalanduaUtaJ ottl Koodt fUtBOt UX to Oailft
mr ill inr. iroin ocic.nl. lo 6J. Our ALWf MS Bars tba remi.
AMUROTYPE8 AND ALL OTHER
ol Types taken by Artists gcnorally, ,
AT H. CHAPMAN'S ROOMS,
Over Randall's Clothing Store, Chardon Square.
He would aay to the citizens of Chation and
vicinity, that he has just purchased in New York
the Largest and Boat Camerr that lias ever boen
in tins section ot couutry, lor making
Lifelike and IJfesizcd Portraits.
and atl-lhosc wUhina- to trot a CORRECT LI Ifri
NESS would do woti to give him a coll, and seo
Ins iipccimcus, and give him a trial, aa he war
rants satisfaction or no onlo. Ho is Drennrcd nl
so to copy small pictures of all kinds, and eulargo
them to any required size. Thankful for tho very
liberal patronage of tho past 8 years, ho begs lo
say ma i noeuori snau oe sporca to secure a coil
tinuanco of pnhlio favor.
Chardon, July 28th, 18C5, 810tf
. Howard Association,
DISEASES of the Urinnrrnnd Seiunl
SyntciiiH-.-New nnd Kelluble Treatment.
Also the BRIDAL. CHAMBER, an Eesay of
varning una instruction, sent in seninil ftnvel
oiiog, free of clioreo. Address Dr. J.NKII.f.lN
HOllGlfl'ON, llownrd Aiisociation,No.2Souili
iinin Bireet, i iiimacipinu, i u. oUyl,
Legl Notice. .
Joeepblno E. Weldon 5 Id Court of Corn
's. V mon Plens.
J, Homer VVoldor, i Petition for Divorco,
ri Tills saiU Defendant is horobv Doti.lad
X that tbo said Plaintiff on tho 23d ilnv
Notronabor, A. D. 1SCS, filod in tho offico of
tho Clork of said Court, hor ootition against
him, praying for a divorco on tbo ground of
wiiiiui aosenco ior more tnan three years.
Said petition will bo for hearing at tbe next
torn of aaid Court. Tho aaid Dofondant
will further take notice that on Monday, tho
25th day of Dooombor, A. D. 1805. the
i lamiiu win ibko mo depositions or sundry
wltnessos, to be used as evidoooe on the trl.
at of said cause, at the hotel of IS. D Smith,
in tbo Township of Parkman.in said Count
of. Uoaaga and State of Ohio, between tho
Honrs ot nine o clock A. M. and nine o'clock
V. M , or said day, and that the taking of
tbe same will beadjoruned from day to duy,
between tbo same nours.until thoy are com
pleted. CAN FIELD & SMITH,
828wO : Attorneys ior Plaintiff. (
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will
bo presented to the Cominifcsioncrs of Ge
auga County, at thoir meeting in March next,
lor the vacation, ol that portion of the roud lead
ii.g Iron, the town line road between Auburn
and Troy, to the north ard south road through
the west part of Troy Township, which lies in
Section 20, br the east part of aaid road, lying
between the lauds of X. KcycsondD. Fox.
n. m. ewtesoit. oro. 1.. Hiker a, r. TfTTi.r
i Of Wool wanted.
New Hardware Store,
NEW HRM,NEW GOODS, 6
lWcrs. Jolumon, tlllccr Co.
WOULD Yespoctfullv announce to thocltl
zona of Lake and ariioinina Counties, that
they are just opening a Complete Stock of
' HARDWARE GOODS,
fcc., conpisting of
' IRON, STEKL, NAll, CLASS,
BLACKSMITH STOCK, ".,
TABLE &. POCKET CUTLERY,
and Every Description of Shelf Hard ware, to
meet tho wants of tho mr.hitode. Wa are also
agents for the Sale of the Celebra'ed r. ,
Mowing Machines k Reapers:
BUCKEYE, : , '
and alt pieces of Repairs lortlioaamo kept con
stantly on hand. ;
Rundlc's- Horse Pitchfork
DORSE RAKEP HAND"
FARM & SCJlOOIfUELLS,
AND SNATHS, '
i-c &.C., &e.
Our Goods were just bought nt greatly
' and will be sold at SMALL ADVANCE.
JCrTlioso designing to purchase anything in
our Line of Trade will do well to eall and exam-
iuo Our Goodi and our Prices before buying else-
15 TO 20 PER CENT.
T . ...... ,
HrWe aro also buying all kinds of
and will pay tbo
Holiest Market Price in Cash
OATS, die. ,
AtAracrlcnu Express Office,
. ' PARML'Y BLOCK, Main Street.'
n812lf Painesvillo, Ohio.
. JOHNSON, IUKER & CO.
, IIAltTFOnp; CONN.
' From the Marion (O.) Imlepetident.) -.
Among tho INSURANCES COMPANIES
which had Policies upon the vVel!ington Fire,"
was tho MERCHANTS' of Hartford. Conn., and
tue way it HKescaro ot its customers is shown
by the followlngi -
J. S. REED, Stale Agent' . .
Loss at Wellington, Ohio. Examine, and. if
lound ail right, pay at once. -
, ' - . tU. I. IrUUUULlj, Secretary.
' WltLiMTO. June 2d. 1865.
ReeolMof the- MERCHANTS' INSURANCE
COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn, per J. S. Reed,
State Agent, Two ThoitPand Dollars, in full for
Policy of samo amount on our Store and Ware
house, destroyed by fire. A Company that thus
miny ana promptly moots itsiOBtos,0eservcsgen
oral patronage. .
STARR, FOOTE & CO.
We see frequent mention made of tho "MER
CHANTS'." and it is alwavs euoken ot i.
Company which, after being satished that a loss
is tair anusiunre, pays at once, without usotaas
red tape. In this County the MERCHANTS'
the popular Company. Its losses here, as at To
ledo, Elyria, Lima, VVeiiiugtun, end other places,
have been fairly and honestly adjusted, and also
promptly paid. Our Farmers iond business men
prefer the honest, Irank, fair policies ol iho MER
CHANTS', pud thoy look to thorn as guar an too
against loss and damage by fire. The receipts
of iheMERCH ANTS,' as returned to our Coun
ty Auditor for taxation, are largely iu excess of
those of any other Compuny doing liusinoss at
this-place. Its Surplus or Reserved Fund
greater in proportion to Capital, than that of any
other Hartford Company.
Mr. J. S. REED, the Stato Agent, has been
doing business in this place, as Merchant and
Bunker for over Twenty-five years. Parties do
airing Insurance, then, can findjn the MER
CHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hart
ford, are liable guarantee against loss by fire, and,
if they will coneidor character as shown by its
prompt payments, responsibility as shown by its
largo Surplus rerorved for extra losses, amount
ing at this time to about one hundred per cent.
upon Capital; convenience in the so'.tlemont
losses, in having them adjusted and paid by an
old citizen of known responsibility, whose con
ned ion with the Company as Stato Agent isuf
ficienl guarantee of its respectability and respon
sibility, they will effect their Insurance with tho
"MERCHANTS' INSURANCE COMPANY,"
of Hartford. ...
Rates as Low as those of any
" E.Vs CANF.ELD, Agent, ;
,C08ro6 . Chardon, Ohio.
AlonzoColvin i In Com. Pleaa Court,
versus V Geauga County, Ohio.
Lorinda Black et al. Partition.
LORINDA BLACK, Goorse Black. Harriot
Col via, widow of Milan Colvin, Martha A.
Colvin, and Harriet ?olvin, hairs of Milan Col
vin'. who reside in the State of Michigan. Marv
IVnninj and Honry Lanning, residents of tho
State ol N.'Y. are hereby notified that, on the
S4thdayo! Mo v., A. JJ. J805, said Alonzo Colvin
filed In said Court his petition against them and
others, praying for partition of the (arm af about
47 acres ol land, and occupied by Bildad Bradley
al his decease, situated in Auburn township, (j.
auga County. O., and known as part of Lot No.
One, Tract No. One, and Section No., in aaid
.Auburu Township. . , ' .. i ! ' .'i
Said petition also prays that the dower of Uao
riot Colvin, widow of Milan' Colvin. in I wo-six,-teenths
of said land, may be set off in said prem
ises. Said petition will bp tor hearing at the next
term of said Court.
, CANF1ELD &. SMITH,.- T
"J839wB 1 Attorneys forPetitjouerr.
JIKLM HOLD'S IJUCIIU.
The Only Remedy Known for
IRRITATION OF THE NECK of the BLAD-
UKK, INrbAMMATlOK OF THE K1D
NEYS, CATARRH OF THE BLAD
DER, 8TRANUURY OR PAIN
For tliOfe Dlsoaocslt is a Sovnreltrn Rpmnlv.
and too much cannot be eald In its praise. A
single dose has boen known to relieve the most
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in
the small of the back and through iho fiiiw? A
teaspoonful a day ol Helmbold's Buchu will re
lieve you. .
Physicians and Others
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
I make no socret of Ingredients. Helmbold's
Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubebs
and Juniper Berries, selected with great care,
prepared in vacuo, end according to rules of
PHARMACY & CriEMISTRY.
Theso ingredients are known as the most Val
uable Diuretics afforded. . . , .
; A DIURETIC
Is That Which Actj upon ins KuKr-s.
Helmbold's Extract Buchu
ACTS GENTLY,'. !
Is Pleasant in Taste and Odor, freo from nil In
jurious properties, and immediate in iu action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL
see Medical Properties contained in Dispensa
tory of the U. Sn of which the following is a cor-
'Bucuu. Its odor ia strong, diffusive andsomo
wnai aromatic,its taste bitterish, and analogous
to that o. mint. It is given chiefly in complaints
of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravof, Chronic
Catorrh of the Bladder. Morbid Irritation ol the
Bladder and Urethra. Diaooses of the Prostate,
and Retention or the Incontinence of Urine, from
a hossol tonein the parts concerned in its evac
uation. ii nas aiso been recommended In Dys
pepsia, Chronic Rhoumatism, Cutaneous Aflec
tiona and Dropsy." - - - .
FOR FURTHER INFORM ATION,
See Professor Dewecs
Practice of Phvsic.
valuable works on the
"Seo Remarks mado
Physic, ol Philadelnhia.
by the celebrated Dr
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine.
. , r: IN THE WORLD: ; "
1 am acquainted with H. T. Helmbold; ho oc
copied the drug store opposite, my residence, and
was successiui in conducting the business where
mnersnaa noiDoen equally ao betore him; I
have been favorably impressed with hischarac-
icmnu enterprise, wm. WK1UHTMAN,
(Firm of Powers & Wcightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
From the DiiM Evening Bulletin, March IOiA
we are gratified to hear of the continued sue
rose, in New York, of our towmmnn. Mr u t
Helmbold, Druecist. His atom nt i M
tronolltan Hotel, is 28 feet front. 230 feet decn.
and live stories in height. 1 1 .ini.. . . j
.... ; o"" -. is butiaiuir U JtlUIIU
establishment, and speaks favorably oflhe morit
of his srtiolos. He retains his Office and Labor-
uiuij .i. imi ty, wniua are also mouel estab
lishmentsof their class.
Tho Proprietor h,w been Induced to mske this
siaiciiieni irom ne lact that bis icmediee.al
And, knowlns that the Intelli front rtlrnn frnm
using anything pertaining to Quackery or Ihe
Patent Meaicino order most ol whom are pre-
parea Dy acit-styicd Uoctora. who are too iano
rani to reaa a physician's prescriptions, much
ess compoicnt to prepare pharmaceutical preua
rations. j . r 1
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various meanaofciToetinir
ing parts of advertisements of popular romedics
and hnibhing with certificates.
".The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE
l uuc una majjusuu, having Facts lor Its
B-.sis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone for
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most important.and the nffllnrvt JA
not use an advertised medicine or any reined
HI, ... 1. .AnlnHl. a- I. 1.' . '
umi..(uiiuiui ui iiiijieuicnis are Known to
others besides the manufacturer, or until they are
satisiiedof tbo qualilicatious of the party ao of
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. '
FLUID EXTRACT 8ARSAPARTLLA,
- AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Established upwards of 1G years. :.
Prepared by II. T. HELMBOLD.
..... i. '
nELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
. , WAREHOUSE; 694 Broadway, N. Y;
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
-).: ! 104 South Tint Street, fkilad'a, Ta.
SOLD DY ALL DRUGGISTS.
.. : K ' ' ,'824yl
ss i mm.
CURE Warranted :
ir viascTions rb followed.
. ftJrCALI. FOR A CIRCULAJt DBSCBHV
ING ALL SYMPTOMS.
SYMPTOMSi . ;
The Symptoms of Catarrh, aa tbey generally
appear, aw At first very slight. Persons find that
they hayj)id; they have frequent attacks; and
are morliitive to the changes of temperature.
In Uiis condition, the nose may be dry, or a alight
discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards becoming
thick and adhesive-. . Aa the disease assumes a
chronic form, the discharges are increased In
quantity, and changed in quality; they are now
thick and heavy, and are hawked or coughed off.
i tie secretions are otionsivo, causing a very bad
breath; the voice i. thick and nasal; the eyes are
rrcurM mo uiiwj 01 amen is lesseneu or destroyed;
and deafness freqnently takes place Another
common and important symptom of Catarrh is,
that the person is obliged to clear his throat in tho
morning ol a thick or slimy mucus which has
fallen down from the head during the night.
When this takes place the person may be sure hia
disease is on its way to the lungs, and eho'd loose
iiu time iu arresting ii, .
The above are but Jttw of the many Catarrhal
' A Single Dottle will last ft raonttw-to
bo used three times a day.
Testimonial .1 -; .
Fret Hon. T. J. Turtur. Ex-Member of ConmetM
from lllinoii, late Speaker of the lUmoi flovue
of Itepre.rntalivei, and Grand Matter of A. JF.
and A. M.,of the State if lllinoit.
' " ' FreoooM.Oc.t 91 lflfiV ;
DR. D. II. SEELYEi
Dear Sir: --ln renlv to Vour tintfoa of 'itm ifiik
instant, 1 would say that I was severelv afflicted
ri u r i - .
nun ouinrru lur years wnen i Decame acqnatntea
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l arrrt Do.... r..l I..
( ; ; THpS. J.TURNER.
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