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Home and Farm.
[From the American Stock Journal.]
[From the American Stock Journal.] Buying and Stocking a Farm
A Te profit to bej derived jrom. the
. - r- . ,
occupation of land depends so much
on the command of the requisite cap
ital, that the most important consider
ation lot a young beginner is, to be
well advised on his essential point,and
to be assured that he jibseases aoffi-
motA meant to turn every acre to the
beet account, always bearing in mind,
i that a comparatively small farm, with
; e r . .- :n v. . M. Unnfi.
. BIJUKHUiCftpiUl, IVIUUVUVIO IA.U6H-
cial than another of larger extent
without the power of employing- it to
advantage. AssomingTt therefore as
fc 'ertsthat the ytrang farmer is proJ
Tided with this indispensable requisite,
we shall proceed togive a few general
hinta on the buying Jftd stocking his
' -" ! farm ; and introduce, under , the re-
v . . pectiv - oouns - of rearing land
breeding the different species, such
remarks on their various merits and
f fecit I as will materially assist himr in
. .1 l.the' oonrse of his labors.' rrc :r. ; -' ;
.The fret obiect cf attehfion" kCTo
. -jjgj jjjC proportion between" bis
r. stock Bad Vhi JJlsnt'ty of food that
will be necereary to support it. The
nature, situation, and fertility ol the
, oila that compose his (arm are equally
worthy of 'notice,' as well as the pur
L n ,
.'. ticulariy to-rear or tft his - cat
tie; and chiefly, whether for the dairy
; with view ofsiipplyingtho markets
It will be expedient to observe the
r '. greatest eraetoess ia tbes propor-
tions, beaiuse,in case he shbulil over-
w T-stfokiii4DdTbe--wiH be compelled
to resell-before the cattle are in a fit
his profit,- if ,
1 dland, with- m
state for the market, and, consequent
ly, at certain loss ; while, on the other
hand, he will incur a diminution in
: be -should not stock his
Hand, with- MminyeiUle as h will
i--ybear.;r:v.- --i.: . y
HfrshonM-next endeavor . to pro
'vT.T rcm"e thorn!"lJy male animals ;
an extra 50 or $1 00 is always well
S Qiart o wod -Uma j -and he should decide
0tttae4reed or breeds he intends to
-JcjefbT4y"purchasiflg and lrceding
-V r. 3?m ' . ii i-
itb Tenons utnereui ureeus muis-
x animal ami erentflaHw his herd will be
11 mongrels. NeitbeV-iaust he pursue
vejnand iaV system to any extent,
or ha will -find his stock deteriorate
In-rearing live stock ot any descrip
fio'Jt'jBbcd W'aa"uiy rule to
breed -from ---aroali boned, straight
.: backed, healthy, clean, kindly-skinneil,
and barrel-shaped animals, . haying
Idean hecks and throats, and 'little or
tY-iie-aew lap ; carefully rticcting all
ihose who have heavy legs and roach
j tmcks, or. -with ranch appearance of
M roffaLj. As some breeds have a tenden
cy to generate great quantities of fat
on certain parts ot the frame,' while
uT btbarsU ismore mised with the
" ' flesn'of every portion of the animal.
this circumstance will claim the atten-
C ifon of the breeder as he advances in
:-.i.?n .-.,?-Pnrnasngf cattle, wXctlier
n a lean or fat state, the farmer should
n pp account prornre theni out iof
"CTrichar OF-batter giwnds 4hau..lhose
into which he intends to "turn ' them.
jle ehonld selecA , either .'from stock
"'-TeegingintlreTieigliboi'hooJ,; lor. from
ur sucltbreeds as-we best adapted . to
zii3htaSMraad sUuaiiea of the soil..; '
iDoaltty ol disposition ia ran; bbject
"f great tflormfnt ; fo Independently
of thedamage committed by tattle of
-wild tempers on fences, fields, etc , it
n f .-ia an indkputable fact, that tame cat
Ue require 1 food" to rear, -snport.
i"t tcud fatten them. Every- attention
Llhaild fteefo-besearly paid to ac
- custom them to be docile, and fatnil
iar j and gentle, kindly,; qnitaWe
- - treatment wiH most eflectiiatry -oh
dueeto this end. Vy ? ,
- CC41 -on iornt; aH animals with
- fine arched ribs and wide ihests-and
.t -backs, arejmo re likely to prove hardy
T - than .(hose harin their fore-tpisrters
-Connected with hanliness ot consli
tution is early maturity, whicn,""Loii
cau ojy be attuned by leedin j
t.68Weu.6BCintJt-Wnner as to keep
. . them constantly, in a tnow'ius state.
" Cattle and sheep with this propensity
;TTG SthjuliigoaedJAbrjve more in
. three years than they would do in five
if they bad not sufficient lotxTduring
' the winterV
There is ia some animals a kiudly
disposition tQ acquire fat on the inon
valuable parts of the carcass atau
V early age and with Jitlle food com
vj pared -with -the Lqnantit y and quality
consumed by others. On this account
smaller cattle have been recommended.
as generally having a stronger dijo
eition to fatten, ana. as requiring pro
portionably td fhelarger animal, les
toad to make them fat ; consequently
a-greater-qMtitity of meat caiTbe pro"
oared per acre. -In stall-feeding
nature, metliod, and advantage 1
which will be stated in a pu1kpiuciii
chapter.it lias" been" remarked .that,
r whatever may be the food, the mall
er anlmaT paj s most for that 'lowl'.. In
dry lands, the Jimaller animal is al ways
sufilciently heavy for treading, in wet
he ia Jesa injurious.' ... . This
opinion, however, is combated "by
'wnie yery able judges, who stir cJn-
Hardness of constitut:wijaj4iinJit
larly in bleak and exposed districts, is
. . t-rz r;--r.""lli,V"a"r.?
"tAti that the lafrPst animala irn I lis
most profitable. They doubt'ess may
be so on good keep ; but the smaller
fi.antmtk.jrDl thrive -oa nils where
heay oses would decline. ,
K TfTTt. "i .L.. j " i
oesiae vue ruies iuiu euiieti, mere
are some particulars with regard to
age of neat 'or improved cattle
and sneep, winch merit tne inrmer.
Summer Care of Hogs.
u"-A.tOUfiaI Jreeder says : Tobar
-..Ale bogs to the. best advantage, a pas
ture ia iieeded of mixed 'grasses t
we grass and timothy and
it iafeeat IT there is no running iiior
orrtocipondai, Uog8 Jo
- brnter wirere -no brashes
thereof; have good well water pumped
for them.- Hat. Uo,gb,
nail Strips across, eight inche.-;,,-
- :to keep the hogs from lyig Qmn'.-
the water, and let your hogs fe, -,uk
olfflbri.(kep Ihem from diKg'uig
p wallowing holes It any feed l
- jrtrea, it .should be soaked in i
. . 1..- I A...C ...
barrels lor twelve hours be fare iced
- ing o longer-r-and led to ttein as
i -t. i' tAA.v....tv r vi va."' ty i - f
NEW DOUBLE CHINESE PINKS (DIANTHUS.)
For the Findlay Jeffersonian.
FLOWERS AND THEIR CULTURE.
FLOWERS AND THEIR CULTURE. BY J. VICK, ROCHESTER,
FLOWERS AND THEIR CULTURE. BY J. VICK, ROCHESTER, With Illustrations from his' Floral Guide' for '72.
These fine new pinks may be treat
ed as annuals or biennials. As an
nuals they should be sown early in a
[From the Farmers' Home Journal.
Good Stables and Barns.
cOb notable difference between the
farms of Kentucky and of, say Ohio,
or any ' other Northern J5tatj, jk the
number and character of the barns,
stables and other buildings ; and we
may add, although it is not a pleasant
admission to -make, that the differ
ence is in favor ol the North. There
every farmer, if he has but fifty acres
of Jand tonudeii it indispensjlile to
have neat, -ell-buik,coimnodious and
conveniently arranged liar us and st
LlesT hT buifdrtheiM in "thia'eubstan-
tial ' and attractive manner, not to
much as a matter ot pride, as of in
terestnot that they look well, but
because they pay welL This latter
consideration i- the controlling one
with everybody, although a great
many jiCreons have mistaken ideas as
to the mode of making their businet-s
Here in Kentucky, the great hne
Btock-raising State of the Union, with
all its unequalcd advantages for rais
ing fim horses and cattle, we find that
the important matter of good barns
and stables is generally regarded as a
secondary consideration. With the
best grass in the world, we yet ne
glect to provide ourselves with the
buildings which would render these
pastures more profitable contribute to
the convenience ot the laborer, and
impart an a:r of thrift, neatness and
order to the entire place that never
fails to' favorably impress all who visit
it. Light, warmth and ventilation
are indifeDible to the health and
development of animal", and these
conditions should bo found in every
stable. The preservation ot farm im
plements, harness, fcc; convenience
in working and performing number
less jobs about the place; a safe and
commodious reception lor grain, fod
der,'fcj.i" vase and exjclition in feed
ing theF? are some. uf tie advanta
ges that uill be'.'deiived from a good
barn."" Then, too, an a-nple, c'l-.r t
ranged building of this kind will siip.
ply -the -phee-of several other unsight
ly strnctnres which occupy space and
necessitate trouble; but it is urged
that it is expensive to erect uch
buildings They need not cot ex
travagantly and tlie advantage and
convenience resulting from them, de
monstrate that it is true economy to
have them.' Better do without some
thing else, and secure reat.convcnient j
stable and barn, and each season will
prove more elearly wisdom ot the
It is atranwH i how s'-ic'a . men will
persistently cling to the tnmble diwn,
rickety' structures that disfigure so
many ot the faims in the State TVe
can understand and sympathize with
that leeliner -which renders ' a man
reluctanftolear TTowntlie homestead.
old-fashioned and out of repair though'.
lHtleltre4 hirmrents, and be-l1'
neatfriU mossy roof he played when
Vi.i -riTm'AnA 5uuuiit;nnai
"with lL happier days of the past, cn-
arTthi ihHionse-M-hiin. so that it i
seem like ; sacrifice to demolish ' it,
Bat-we-donotsec how -any such feel-iovcr
ing can render one reluctant to sup ;
plantT a" dHapidatcd old wreck of
r- stable which has long agoiDOt
ceased to be "uscHil, with a compact, ;
well-lighted and tasteful looking:
, -,s- ,-, -,. ... ,-
building, which will keep bis crops:
.i- i . i
safe, . 1 j-rtect . Jus implements.;
wagons and harness from the weather,
and give him a comfortable place lo;for
milk Rt and work in, to say nothing
the improvement it will be to the '
face 'of the' 'f;tt in." It' will hardly .be!
disputed that a farm well supplied
with substantial, conveniently 8r j
ransred-nut-Vtuldinc- will sell for
more, all thin-s else bcino- e.n.al. I
than' one deficient in this respect.
We can set-, numerous inducements to I
supply a" j.Ia.-- wttir these useful ue-
commodalions, but not a single forci-
ble objection to the contrary.
- . i
The Partridge or Quail.
Aia meeting ot Horticulturist in i
Illinois, strong ground was taken ;a
against tlie (lestriictian of these lunfs
lo liow .tow ttsi-rul Huh Ur.i if, it
was stated that a llock .f pai tndges:
were seen running along tho rows of
corn just sprouting, and seeing themi
engaged in something w hich w as be-
lieved to be pulling up the young j
iJania rartA r f " Vi mil nroii T- naf Sta
I'lAIll?-, vmv va vuviii rj lO t j
M 1 1 ?V r i.
-crop- cxamineo, wnicn was louna to
contain one cutworm, twenty-one
striped bugs, and over one hundred ,
chinch bugs nother roemWr re-
lated that he had adopted measures to j
the bird, and that they had
become so numerous and so
hundreds ot them, after snow falls,
could be seen in his barnyard with the ,
iowis, wnere iney were u-i. of
result m uieir uin
.. ... .
premises, Uis wneai crojm were untisu
ally alMin.lant. while in ninny other JW
placesnotliiroit, the chinch biig anaiuH.
.other iosma had U1 roved halt the1
Boarding Farm Hands.
Tlie Wilbamettle Farmer says:!ers
This is the hardest country in the j
world tor the 'women folks' .n fiirms i
Help for them is always i-oarce and ' ei
generally pr, and many aimers'!
wives have witirely loo nimh la'w
their bands for either hta'lh or .the
lured help, j them
, hire mar
happiness. We urge termers to build ,
tenant bouses for their
anil l. 1 : . l 1 .
uuuum'' lai in nanus. iii:.r ,
rir.,1 . ....... , , -
" Hn famiiicH, and you will in
and bare mt,mf0ll,,'l liv,! ionS, '
that U the end, Uh '..,
11 i -
u ait, oi ute,
- ney in the end. ill fruit,
hot-bed, then transplanted,', and they
will bloom freely till Irost.fllf sown
late, and not allowed to. bloom ' the
first year,"fh"ey 'wuTstand'over winter
and bloom early and profusely the
tecond year. There are about twen
ty distinct varieties in the catalogue
not including the common Pinks and
Cnrnstions which are perennia'.
The brain of a horse -seems to len-T
tertain but one thought at a time ; for
this reason continued whipping is out
of the question, "andddy confirms his
stubborn resolve. But if you can by
any means, change the direction of
his mind, give h'un - a new subject to
think of, nine times out.. of ten you
will have no iurihc r trouble in flatt
ing him. A Hiiple a trick as a little
pepper, aloes-- nr-lhe Iite,-thrown
back on his touguey will oltcn suc-
cted in turning atl'iition..to. the lst0
in his mouth.
"Thc pair of cattle to a log chain
ound the horses neck'' is an intricate!
and cxjenMvc remedy, and good
many people may not be so lucky as
your Fond du Lac man, in having a
yoke of cattle handy for the occasion.
A simpler and cheaper remedy thai
will result far diflercntly, is to lake a
couple of turns of common wrapping
twine, such as grocers use, around the
foreleg just lclow the knee, tight
enough lor the horse to fetl, acd tie
in a bow knot. At the first cluck he
will go dancing off, and after going a
short distance you can get out and re
move the string to prevent injury to
the tendon in your further drive.
The first lesson in this simple pro
cess was in Lexington ; subsequent
experience has proved its utility when
applied to lalky horses. The philoso
phy of the appliance is something on
the same principal as that whereof we
once read for preventing hens from
scratching up the garden : t;Put gaffs
or spurs on the hen, reversing them
instead of the oiuts up, have them
pointing downward. Then, when
the hen li'ts the leg to scratch, as it
descends the point of the spur catches
in the ground, placing that loot for
ward ; and the stroke with the other
leg is attended with like results, until
the hen walks herself light out of the
Turf, Field and Farm
. Grown ic)iln want good, fresh
air, am will find their licallb greatly
decline when deprived ot it. '. How
much more must an inf:mf, in its first
struggle for life, le dejieiident upon
it? .. : ..v.:;.
Nurses and mothers will often put
their iofants in close rooms, from
which the oxygen ha lieen used. until
they are themselves dehilitcted and
languid ; and they will not only put
an infant in such a close" room,' but
ill wntp it up in blanket and Led,
and ihu neatly euflorale it, dcpriiing
it 1 a'l the air, except what rt can
drw thron"h tluse wrajipings
. It is 6aid that forty thonsantl child
ren were destroyed in England, be
tween IfiStf and 1T0!, by Wing
smothered or overlain by parent. -
Very true: children, .especially
e,ua11 m1 quite 3"g ones.nmstbe
warra' but t nt necereary
w warmm. mamieir laces ann noses
should be covered up bo that air can
1,01 have a ready acccM Giv t,)em
room to ?ct t,ieir n out herc
.lhcre is r lhat ,,M DOt bccn thci
aiul "veragiin, until it has more
uaa luau S001 ntu it is loul
aiwith 'be exhalations ot their bodies-bawi-
aUai'"- kcl,t as cIean ,9 they
Xlonw hoi inv ll.n -a .-.
sleep with them, covering the infant's
urau uu in ix-ti, wiinouL a crach. lor
' ' "i: "
k1" Mdoar crcatnre " iU take
jco!,1" then are always complain
of inS lW' ll't-'r "baby takes cold so
easi,J.' The truth is, no children
' ,aKe .",", "" easily as those.
er naving wieir qaoia oi pure,
,resn air ' rethe, tney are never
robnst 81,(1 stron2' ,,ut lunJ and
iweak overcome by anything that
WOD,u no1 1 'ven ncn wc cnnaren.
T1,eX are rarlI asphyxiated from
lle ait wiougli good, wholesome
jair ftarved lor oxygen. Thisktei
the skin of a dark purple color, not
-h and ruddy; or if they are not
dark and imriilc, they are pale, and of
tawny white, and without the endu
race they should have. The first
time they cl a sniff ot fresh air thev
Dr. Newcomb, in When
Wiih us the use ot the ant.U. as an
article of food, is far iinderrMPfl
Besides containing a large amount of
gngar mucilage and other nut.iiive
matter, aj.ples contain vegetable acids,
jaromatic qualities. Jto., which act
powerfully in the capacity ot refriger
protccl jauUt lonic8 anj antiseptics, and when
tame,thatifrM;vuw;dat the sea9on of mellow
ripeness thev prevent debility, indices-
lion an j avert w;thont 3oubt many
the "ills which flesh is beir to." The 1 1
;.,,,.. ( nrnwa Kn.rlanrI .
, o -i
8;der ri a Ieg ,1CJtr, a, nouri9hin2
ijrt.a,lt 8n,l far ; M than iota-
Jn the year 1601 which was a
j.ear t, ,scaroUyappIcs, in
.stead of being converted into cider.
to the li nd the labor
asseited that they could "stand
their work" on baked apples without
meat; whereas a potato diet required
her meat or some other substantial
nutriment. The French and Ger i
mans use apples extensively, so do
inhabitants of all
The laborers f ejiend upon j
as an article of fiiod, and fre fve
.1 1 i- .-,'.
!qnently mke a dinner of sliced apples I
European na- j
dejiend upon '
niii'iii.1 v iiihk a tiiiiiiMt- ti bii.i.i nn i .
. - .
" iiuacooKCd jpne
as many diflerent ways iu our I
country as apples, i.or is there any
whose value, as an aniclu of mi
id aa great and so little
Water [...] Journal.
To Prevent Cracks in Walls.
Walls of. dwelling houses crack
lrom various causes, always attributa
ble to some defect in the materials
employed in making the mortar, or in
the frame work and lathing which
receives Ue mortar. When the mor-
tar is made of sand anions which' there
is a large proportion of alum in ui ina
'tertal, the walls are liable to crack as
the mortar diie? : whereas, if the
moi tar is made of clean harp sand,
minglfd with just enough good limp
to fill-the interstices Wtwten the
grains of sand, the mortar, .will not
shrink in drying, unless it is laid on
verydry lathlonthe side ot a brick
wall in hot weather. It is a common
practice among professional builders,
to riddle the-sandy loam, -which is
C equentl I lalf c'ay, that U ' dug up
where an excavation h made tor the
cellar of a dwelling-house, and employ
it in preparing mortar for plastering
in lieu of clah sand. If walls made
of such mortar do not crackyihey are
alwajsKO tender that they will crum
ble and fall off the lathing if the in
mateist f the dwelling are not exceed
ingly careful to avoid all roug;h usage
When a frame dwelling is plastered
before the studs and joists are 'season,
ed, the mcrtar in drying i liable to
crack at' the upper comers ol the
rooms,-Unless extra "care is taken to
have the. corner-pas'., or studs at the
corners, thoroughly seasoned before
the walls are finished. Walls will
Usually crack alsi by the joints oTlhe
lathing, iiuTtss Die lather is particular
to break joint at every foot in widtk
Iy eiiijiToi ing lath oi sufllcieut luntb
to xl;nd entirfly across the space to
be plastefedpiy using clean and sharp
sand, and by allowing tho studs and
Ljiats lobeoine thoroughly seasoned
before th walla are finished, a builder
can calculate xmwills-tliat will endure
sharp blow with a hammer without
injury, and which will never crack, so
long ni tho ptuis. and joists continue
Farmers' Clubs for Mutual Protection.
! r Mei'llou.
Dr Itn I . "Anderson, one of tne cd-
iloisot the Hannibal, Mo , Courier,
in an article in relation to grain rings,
whose ramifications extend over . the
country, and are participated in by
railroads and elevator men, pertinent
ly asks :
"Why not lorm clubs in every
township in the State, for mutual
protection . The- "present objects of
these clubs are good enough in their
way, but do not meet the necessities
of ; the case, afford you -no -protection
to your great Interests, do not
counteract . the plots .agint yon:
Perfect your organizitlons, ex'end the
objects and influences of these associa
tions, and make, as you can', "your In
fluence felt in every market ; indeed
control the produce markct'lo fir in
speculation is concerned. " LetVuppYy
and demand be the rule of prices, and
you can make it so by anion ;r fcj?ort
and an arrangeiwnt by whk-h all
producers may sell when they .wish, I
j and not have their produi torced-rn
to market at the lieni rt ol the trader."
Sure iViiou2.li. why not. -But what
is wanted is not a change ia the or
ganizations, but to consolidate and
Foxes as Sheep-Herders.
Tlie Stockton (Cal ) RepnUicon
vouches for' the" following story :
'People often wonder at the rcruarka
ble instinct displayed by well trained
Uiepherd dogs, but what will they
say when w tell them of a bin 1 ot
sheep tliat is guarded by foxes alone.
The story seems improbable, but ofital
truth we have the most iinToubteT
priMtf -. On Whiskey Ilill four miles
from Mil Lou, may be seen almost any
day, a large flock of sheep .herded 1 y
foxes These guarJiana of- the- litT
lambs sre three in number on- a
gray fox and . the , other two of the
species knowu as the red fox. In point
of intclligenca these novel shepherds
are said to greatly surpass the best
t -ained shepherd dogs. ' They per
form work well, and from morning
till night are ever on the alert. The
gray one seems to control, and in" a
great measure direct, the actions cf
the olheawo. A gentleman informs
lhat he yesterday saw the gray fox
pursue and attack a Log that had
seized a lamb and was making oft
with iL The contest was short and
sharp, and resulting in the hog drop
ping the lamb and beating a hasty re
treat. The fox picked up the appar
cntly uninjured Umb and carried it
back to tlie flock."
Foxes as Sheep-Herders. Hints for the Housewife.
A Good Soup. Make a broth of
a knuckle of veal or shin of beef.
This is best made the day before wan
ted, that the fat maybe removed from
it. Take mx large onions, six large
carrots, four large turnips, three roots
of celery, or less would answer ';
sweet potato or piece of pumpkin,
lump of sugar half the sizs of an egg,
and a bunch of pot-heibs. Grate the
carrots, slice the onions, and i cut the
other vegetables into . very small
pieces. Put into a s!ev-tan a half
pound of butter, set it on the fire and
let it melt; put into this the onions,
let them fry a little without burning,
then put in the rest of the vegetables
and other ingredienls,moistening them
cither with warm water or broth to
prevent their burning, add a little salt
and cayenne pepper ; cook till the
vegetables are soft, pass them through
a sieve and add to them the bYoth
previously made till the soup is about
the consistency of very thick, cream,
Give all a boil np together. After
taking it off the fire, two tablespoon
fultrol cream may be added. -
This is a most excellent soup. It
may be made entirely a vegetable
soup by adding to the vegetables
wiling water instead ot broth. .
Liming Fruit Trees.
fcoio, , li
Tho periodical liming of lruit trees
generally considered as 6errheable
especially in keeping down the rava
ges ot insects which find Ihtir heme in
of the bark. It is also import
ant that the operation should be like
wise extended to the main branches
For the purpose in question white
wash has jwierally been used, cansio?
decided whiteness ot the tree.;:wlucS
objected to by many persons on the
score ot omagbtly appearauce and the
readiness with which the litue becomes
detached It has been lioayi, how
ever, by experience, iuab ute same
enect results from ' the use
. - ...
oicinuiii-"i"iic-"ni niiitu i-verr
K'io s now 10 prepare wun nn-
shtcked lime, and which, when setilcd
brto.i.e clear, can be poured off
UfK'd an above indicated. Ia this
repeated applications can be
made without injury to the appearance
the tree. .
J. W. DAVIDSON
UavuigpumhawiltlM lnuiM 01 j-l'n. '
Uarini, ol I he linn f baviUsou Marttn 't
wonW inlorii. tU public thai ,fc has 8llr.i uu
f IN HYATT'S BLOCK. !
inn. -. ' ' 1
KV J - t.S IU 'K UK
.. . ............ t
; Glass Ware,
. Plated Ware,
.... .... .
Earthen Ware, ?
Wooden - Ware. ,
; t Willow Ware,
I t ; . -.
And EYERYTIIINU usually topi i in
First Class Crockery Store.
Of all Stylo nn. I r:iil,.ui
til u llM ri.'ty of Si7.is ami St v!i
Allot wlilrh will liexoltl "
Cheap for Cash Only.
... . . I -T
"" ' ' ""-AG'fcXTKOKTliK
Manhattan Silent SEWING
::muHiNE. . v;:
JluyS. 7l-tL : ; .. 1
-A-TPwiml tt OtftTlioiKanrl Dollars
will le mil to any Pkyslrlua who
will irtHiuee a iiuiliriue tint! will
supply tlit wunt of U pwj bt-
ivfiimn ineanint' Knowu u ; ,
- IU. FAIIKNHY'H .
Celebrated Blood CIcanserorPanacea
It mut lie a Ix-tU-'r Cathartic, a lietter A Itera
tive, a letU-r SiKlonlve, hetler lunrcllr, a
lictlr Toiilr. ami In eerr wiit lK-tir than
tho Panacea. Ku luatuw nnr Ions It- tia.
bwn Iu u.se or how lately -lleovcreI. Ahove
all It must not cuutala aiivlUliix not ri'nu.1
A reward of Five Hundrvil Dollars will le
patu frt a jueaiciiw Uiat will t rmini nt
ly cur moro ni of Owtivuui-is tun-
KtipHtion.bicK ana Nrrvoun Headai-hc, l.lvot
niailMil, oolll. livsenlfrv. t lnlla auJ Fi-vi-r
Tat Worms, Bils, Tumors. Tetti-ni, t li-rrs.
Sioivs, Pnlm In the Jolita.iiK-and Hoinl.iinil
rrmnrr ccnjif. thau
Til 1 rl r
Diooa uieanscrori anacea
Which Is umM iiiorecxt-uMvly hv practicing
yflivnit-ntiis limn Ttv IHIier -popular IUISIIC11
AhU for Falirnoj .h I'anat'ca
Anil cleanse your Blood. Prii-o, $1 . per
hotll. Highly ri-c-oiiim-uilsl. I'n-ansl for
y-. T-7i.r ii iiikivii- jr i-. jraiiriii-y. i iiK-ago,
ii:s.f uiu vniio ano r..isirn 1 rail, liv
DR. P. KAHUNKV'K l-.Ui cJI l-n
Wavneslioro. Krankliii l '..unti' IVni.
ami ior KT. r. Knhrncy s :ioo,l "KanFI
made at WaynKixro, l'a., and t hicaao, I1U
"Or. P. Fahrnrj,; Jlrnllfi Mrtwnrirr'
me nisiory aiia urn or lli llrrwin
I'lkaksku, tcsUnioniala, and othei
Iniormaiion, ai.nt fn ol rhnivr
Hold by wholesale and retail deultrs.
W.L.Miller & Co., Druggists
Juiy21. 71.iy, FINDLAY, O
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vilalily and Color.
A .drcsMH tvliich
is at once ajreeaMc,
healthy, and 'cffitinal
for pivsenin llie
hair. Faded or jroy
hair is soon rutorrd
to its original rohr,
.citlt the gloss and
jresltnet of you'h.
Thin hair is tlm'k
encd, fafling hair checked, an-1 halil-'
ncss often, tlioujrb not always, rtirrd
by its use. Nothing can restoic tlie
hair where the follicles aro dcsfmycil.
or tlio glands atrophied and decayed.
But 6ucn as remain can Jic wived for
usefulness by this application. InMcid
louiuj the ntiir with a va.-tj tcJi
mcnt, it will keen it clean ami vi-rcrnus.
Its occaional use will prevent. t!ic hair
trom turning gray or fhUiDg elr. end
1 1 . 111
uuuM-ijuuuiijr j'trvent iwiuii(;. lice
from those deleterious substances wliuh
make sonic preparations dangenms. am
injurious to the hair, tlie Viwr fan
only benefit but not harm it. If wauled
merely for a , .v
" HAIR DRESSING,
nothing eke can Ikj found fo desiraMp
Containing 'neither oil nt.r dye. it does
not soil white cambric, and yet hits
long on the hair, giving it a rich; j;l(s;y
lustre -and a grttcfal jieifnme.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co.,
PnArncAL and Analytical Cnr:ii.Ts.
f)ct. 28, 1870 24yl. ..
ABE THE BEST IX USE
BLACK VO.B (spheroidal Bpeofaeloo
are made or tb bert matarials, uniiorm
density, anil of a hluher refractive power
Derfect nolibh ami spheroidal ahaue rm.
them ! the eM mnd lniprovejuent o
Toliehad only of O. V. Kinjmcl, -Haneoekenanty,
KIMMEI.'S JEWELHYSTOIt E
f Jon J7I1
KINDS of "Watch and Clock Repairing
aad all Jobbing beloaiflnit to lil. line
neaUy, pro nipt
IV. and Warranted at
U. W klHIl :,!
GO W W Till - m llOlt
GIBES?; IMPERIAL !
the. j jGrjn
MAI-R v '
MER. GIBBS-SI CO , Caiiton,
- - ast. tou' s.f.i: r.v .1
i.i!.'jlf runij. - --
iili,liyiti).tnT' :rr;l T.1U
f i:imirr!,fin..Ti.:T. !....- iiirtM l u iv .11 Tl.i.v tut-ih-iu.-.i eoniplli-oHiveriHliU'
1'"W Jn u'ft. i::m lie t;i.na l J'roui ii u -nil i.. a -.nit.fiioltf)f). r all rwt plow. Jr. leti
VOfWi; f-V.-ry i.loiv ,r,ti I.,- u-..l Willi .r will.ou! :ilill ruullir: lil mirt liirlinr.". horiM
j'l m wxl ..rslnl.l.i... ThunnttikMitaVMiixH hi-i n wM And ftt nll oiiMnreelvlli?hat
...f rm.ii.ru i n.-v waif if uunU'tl IUUI1T Kltl'l l SOU M 111 ll V
''."nmions :u:-, Urns mivIiis tht-1 xjjt nr f -'.Tn1 Kind lot Mwt mU.llieilluer-
nl Llmls ol I'lovi ii;. , - . .
iii y iiixt .Y ... rjju w i.' u liJji WARRANTED. -II
Kfl.S, " It . - .... .. . .
' rrn'ii r :fr- ; tup
fXt)2CyiT OF OTPE2l0fiIX: OVEB'ALL others.
7."1:1:: BLINDFOLD TRIALS - -Against
Stemway'SjChickering's and all Others.
Worth onilerwirire-1. m k.-V Atli.'tlrit al tii tiine nf Hie lust Filr ot the American jutli.
tuir, lioUl in Now Voir, imniiuiauily loiloniiiu tii. ,'..v,rfrll, ( prtH,two Plaxa,
iuan hji Sti'intvaj Sin. ouu I'ihiio nuuli- by ...i. . .iW .. na.iii).oiu: Patent Arion "f iauo
jnaili'liy l.l'. Mantiir. iiimI MiVi-mt otlict muUmk' iHKiie,i.init were-trietl Mthist meb
other. Iy ordornnil hihIit ronlrol ol llinotlii-crsoi the InMiiule. to ilecide wtii-h PIsdo on
luritioii in -uiuiri'tition sliould ri-iilVi Uie'irt lrt-minin- thr tocit Krrtoarr lttinn kmwtm
fbtnin mi fiMpHrtlnl trinl, "it-;ll of mmiI lianiwf uf-ru cowicd witlt pitpem, ko lliut oue
riitiioi-iiiiui not M cii-,iir;;HiMu.M itoiuAuoinor, "ixirinz titeiseni-e ol tlie JudKM) and twice
ilhl Uu-vtHt nf ctM Piuiifw us tin lest, wliicli, upon iiii(-fvt'riU!( hoik Unwa proved to
IhesnlJl'ATl.M' AlltiX PlAXD.iiumUiug H-"7A- tint Vrrmium' orrr all oil a .far
be'ri the cf Himnrr ii'nm titturu Ut thi.t.
Tliis trial was qYir Ciiirkurtmi A Kmhh PiBI hflil rvlred the Legion ofllonor and Med-irt,-nnrt
Stein way Sons thi- M I:U Iron) iiolon ; "ml Hie Juilpvnf said trial were.
i.-1 .ii' . .t.ki t.i.-vit . 11 ft.BAf ... U a . & . : m ....
r.i'M jlivu Jiji.lfr,.iUjri.i..ili "--" .."-ii .mririu mrnw ami nrwiBatftf QJ ll
New YorK nnil rfrrtiiklvn ridiw'rviitoiiiiot.Musie. .
--l-JLAUI.h-S h It A I !... fie itraitwnt :uxl luvorlte Composer nnd riatilasl tt' his Koyal
II ilim-ss 1 1 if. Ilili. iu-.t:ive of S:itc Wi'ililfJ", Klsi-nai-li.
fHIiyKIlKK U. l:i:.NUII, li-o-M.r of .Mnsre; Tertelicr or the IIs;lier School ol
.. A1X iil-iSElliN, Or'tnist :it 'uthi-dr.il. Jersi-y rity ; Planht, ie. ""
jrLirsxKuuAr.nr m-;cnt tiKUKauiBKRu cha. soi.dwedkx
I1I:nK" MILl.KU, Hi I1KKT lilKtiKU, KUbKItT HOK'KSEii
.. U. X M A X NVK, ( lillT.'.r unit J'atinttre ol fAr Arim JVtio ffarr.k . . .- ' "
Sworn heiore Jin- Uiis il'.iy of July Uifi. (i. G. TAVl.oU, (omiulyvimfff hf lieecl
The Patent Aiion Pianos
. ,AEE USED EXCLUSIVELY UT THE . .-
AHERICAir caiSRfATORE OF MUSIC, ME YOEK CHI
The most severe test a Piano can ..receive is
"P9llstant'usQ iu a Conservatory. -
-; KKAU.'Uli: fOIJ.OWING . . '
v . . - . .
It admit- me inucli pleasure lueiva fm thai t-w lint s as a vvry sincere If sirmonlal
for Hi-Piano t"nrliofytirirni:iiiuiju-iure. nave now ustsl th?4PATiNT AU141N Piaxos"
our t'm-.rvnt"rii-s fur n jear. ana luivl liwl a Ji(iri(ipruii.lly of N-stlTr- tht-ir dhrahihty
lurini; th.il time. The Pianos havi- Is tn pi.iyi il uiu alnnst coiiMaiiLlv, lYuin niorniiiz
till nielli, alula ilaiiiimr4 hulcisl bo it ttnoil un wlin It will Is ar Midi ronstaul us wilii
out show 111 ns ilcfix lioii. As i.r n'lu.'iiiiiii in tuiio. it out rivals any I'tanQ known
me. 1 ...
Ttiei-aillar 6weetnsc.f tone in tin-tritiic (assiniansl toother Ilnnoa with theory
JinrtTT metal axail' iirranviiirnii lstctstrtklni; tlial-1 lmr hail ptipl s rrniark while l-ikine
th.iri-"us.tttaf al!toiili Jhcy li:i l at lionu. wiiat th. y siiiHsed to be oue of 1 he hest inake
l'ianos, Mill the Ireole vm vary wlr ytiutl i-uniparn with the"Aiion.'
' What 111 alius tlu-iu Mill mor ilvstrahle is th-ir uuiionu vuluuie ol loue wbicli enable
auarrost Uw. rfni aiaitioi.iton in -il-lrue niHn-4tr. - - ' - -
In lolai. I rancoUM-ienUou-lv emlorse all that is claimed hv Hia Arion pi... !.....
Oitnpnny for their ?niX'rti1n'-trnU-rt.s.I,iy.iiMKlerthehi snierlor to any ol her make
t'on5ratulullni you ni-oil tho in-.it sucee-s you have ol:ainil in the iiianiiraclnn. ru.
perfect an instruiiient. lrem:iiii yours, very truly, HKXHYStUUOliU: lire-lor
isew liw. r-et.eiji..rr.., ,,ti.
- c IK. .A. 1. l e.ist (3- ie.;.:.:."
Ta all Piano Manufacturers in the United States
IlHKIU'.A.thA.Vrion .au. an.l S nian- Pia-in
T 1 .ueuuisaunu una j. air 01 tn
rt anaitl awaAlisl fit. PrtIiiti. 'nti
Wmiir.w. tiicVilit.sf fit exiiikjiii.r ii.... a ...!.. ... . .... L.tLv . : ,
!... f 1 1 .. . ..... 7.:.' . , ,'.: .:. ... ,v. more 10 nav
VilKBi'.AS,!oim (soi-ill.il t(.-t makers refuse t'caiiip.aeoreihilit,anI as J believe
hiti nowiiiaiiui.'ieuirill tne Desl .f.nnl. isollim- fmT imrtirtlt I a no I--,,ri 1. ,i,. . .
willi(Hit:iiiv-;(Mtitioii.aiilasle.-iriittly lt.ire m i.rovo Uio oorrMtnfM of mr oirinlviil
while av-is;in a lerviu-eharitaiile InstitnMnn. 1 therefore tills dav, ami for tlilrty Uavs
challeua all loniiniii. lur. rsor l'ianos, to a ain;ie. Tii-;nuI.aiia liieclluiik-U trial naaiiist
.... . .... ... ..... . i,rr- rninwun innn, IK 1 riill IO l:Ke place 111 lie I'itV Ot
K- tii:i. J lietiianulaclim r of llw b(st Or.. 11.1 1'l.-iuu be.smo lli uwuer of all Urand
Pianos eiitere.1 in cnii til.on. Trii.-mnrm'artif'r oIth. Ixxt S.piare l'ia.10 to lieeonie the
c-ii. :.i..-r.-.. to nMiiiiii.1,1, iuiu ui i primula noun in mm term a.
one rofessioual ami one nieeiumtntl Knltn to b selle.l by t-aeh roiupetitor Juih ea to
Kwuru luiiei liie uimuvIIw nieritsol U10 taslruments. Wh.-H tlie trial of tone and tnnrh
uiKesnais, every piatrntoi, -cmerr-l Kinsto renter ras-'ejuilion inipiwible. M lien trial of
.......u.ii.ii ..I,.. .ii .iniijir.ui. .aii. inee, im.'u veiuFie'.nrr i luiTe one reprejentatlvi?!. 01
lircscllt himself, to 1 villain 111 ttle iuilrrf. III. Ti. .ril. .r 11........ .! !.. r....i... ...
other. Kx iieuscs of trial l- l-liorne tMiiallT by each ro.ii.H-tn.H-. Uall for trial 10 l,e s loeii,!
the jiitiges; ilale f..r trial lobe nam"i! (Vlhejii.l-.s The ou neror owners of the l'ianos
. . . " si ij'eiiii me i jmwiiiiiit. Mayor 01 1 no city otNew lorlt. to lie sol
nayiiiris T, ami me j-net ils n he approprialvl to the liejiartinent of New York
........ -.....(. i-, . ... 4 V- .11 S -S !.
... "iveniorauu ..laiiutae'iireror the Talent Ation Piano
. lrc.iiition tt)ipullir iroiu airebasjii)ca rheim Arion. whirh but race o LI y bnn
... ........... . -"e.i.. ..ii t-eiiiiine Annn l'ianos Dear I tie nam
atetlt Arlon." anil inn onlv Is. i.iir.ltaN.l Inim ttr v
Agents throu-ihout the I'liito.! Elates.
r Vork WarerooniM,or oar autho rtr-
ARION PIANO-FORTE CO.,
IOk i04 . i5roaclva IVew York City.
These Splendid Pianos can b3 Obtained only of
F. B. ZAY. FINDLAY. OHIO.
The Best Quality,
and The Cheapest Lot
BOOTS & SHOES
ClJ Ill! FOUND AT
No. 74 Main Street,
Men's Sewed French Caf
Calf Boots, and Men's
Plain Calf Boots,
Men and Boys'
Calf Congress Gai
ters, Oxford Ties, Serge
Gaiters,Serge Oxford Ties.
a full and complete Stock of
WOMEN & CHILDREN'S YEAR.
He will also keep constantly on hand
Slaughtered and B. O. Sole Leather,
CALF, K!P AND UPPER LEATHER,
FRENCH CALF & KIP,
Oollarand Russet LEATHER,
All are Interested I .
OXK wlsiiing to pnrcliace a Watrb,
Clock, "r Ji-welty, sfionld call on
tU TT. KlmiucI,
iipa pleasure In abowlnr cood. and
warrauts every tiiiug to be aa he represents.
MAKE Specialty of tlie Elgin Watch
best in the market. Call and see It.
nfn!TH - W. KIM Ml-
G W. MYERS
AVr. li. AVHEELEE
Ilavft fanned a Partnership for the pnr-
Hard Wood umber
Thy are now prepared to contract for fu-
Lurwueifvery, or win
Every day lor any amount of
Black and White WALNUT,
White ASH, Etc., Etc.
X. 3E.TJM.M3d L
) V. :
Will reprcentthem Willi power to eoutrjet
or transact any linsiiiis for I hem.
Flmllay, Nov. 17, ISTI-tf. 1
flUG.lXN! 3Ii:i.OIEOXS! .
J AM AUE'T I Oli
OISOAXS AND MELODEONS
.Manufactured by the " '
Best Companies in the Country,
Which I sell at the Lowest Living Prices
hit i Aui,nr ou mommy or iuarteriy pay
nients, to suit )urcliasTS. All instrutnenta
U nrranted, and Unaranteed to Civ
Al. &) intend purchasing will find it to
their owu iulvrust to see uie.
When absent from town, orders may be left
at Krey Ktiinsr'hrns8ton. . - .
Oct. 2), 71-fim. . J A JI 1S J. J EJLLET..
..; Just Returned
. from tlie City with the largest stock of
Walclies, Clocks and Jewelry,
ever wen in Findlay. ......
Jnnd.I tl. TV. KIM MEL,
The plarc where I hey keep the largest stork,
ninint'ii i iir- iivajn .v u r ii-iiiiMy, ac
Jun.171 KIM MEL'S ;
ALAKOE VARIETY of the celebrated
8eih Thomas Clocks; also. Clocks of all
siyleaand prices, at
ljun J li
U. W. KIMMEL-S.
The Fall and Winter Campaign.
.:; . . . . . .' .They tre bow receiving, and keep eon8tanUj.aa.ML JnJl Supply of . L
The EXTENSION, SENATOR, LEADER, JUBILEE,- SOVEREIGN; IM
PROVED MONTANA; and many other First-Class COOK STOVES.
Wc hare a Dne assorliaeLt
'PlYtf WiUI Roo 'aiaPARLOU COOK STOVE, has nae.jW.
11 LOR; AD T I IS Or STOVES!
: ; ;And anEndless Variety of Tin, Sheet Iron and-Copper Ware.
-Our IM PROVED LARD CANS, are jKst ever ofiereti o
this Market. -.-
THE JACKSON STEEL PLOW
........... MANUFACTURED BY.
"WOLF Sc IW-ELXjV'-
At the Old Jackson Foundry, East Crawford Street, near the
C. S. & C. Kailroad uepo, -
-findlay, ohiq. -
The- hest Plow "ever Made !." Lightest--Draft
r - a ' V T Wr . -A . " - tT (fc , -
- Easiest Run: , wor&s iquany weu m
. . . . - anasuD-oou! --
What the Farmerssay who have used Them
best forall work that I v.rned
auil acounn-asiiy In w oir.
Best Plow Ever Made.
3 'ZZ'h "cON HpWmannfao.T.rrrtlTr.ttlsth
It worUUSalii m"i lJ.ll k.nUaol SronnU. . Never cloga,
would ml use any oll"r.
Best Plow for General Use. ' ' ; . '1
ait Mv-y ruiicin Plow auil kr p . .' ' . ... -
. -.. A. Good Plow.
Wr. John Hk,ot Findlay Township, one ot tlie t'- '
IAI 1&S IMow, ami prouounoea ie Miieor to any ! Wow tefWfwwi.
Wouldn't Take a Fortune for R.' -; " .'
- V R- f IrtiM.. of Cot Township. ay that he "wouldn't taeI.wtune lor l.ls J At KOX.
SyKKLfLOW It Is UielawtPluw lever used- - .
A-n "P.-wnnTtp-nt Plow.
Mr.Joel P-ndl-ton saya the J Al KSO.S SlEKl.PI.oW Ls.nxreirelrt Plow H.r.11 kiuds.f
work.Bm I every f'"'V"', J'"t-n ppt PLO Mlie be ever Introilneed In lliisoun
try. Forall kind rf worn, I want no other. - - :. 0.1 .i
.. . ' . . . 1,.1-dat a-rrn PTna'm. heat ftwreneral ose. I hTe tried
lias tried the
k. n.i.Th JK'KsnX STFF.I. PTjOW raxl bo beat f.irfeneral ose. I hT tried
"jirtw"piow.,'ri',I''r0"'"e- Mi" " fc-n" y l.Mllu riXrVytowThlJ.:
1 1 I enulil not !
e lieot Plow ever
Hanldn l Dw
WitlMnl lC-Ttavl.1 sherik. of Mlxrty towra-hlp. ay :
yolherPlow afl-r ,.seinB the JAtW It by Ur the
iniiuced t use any 01 her Plow au-r imiiiK nig j.iv - 7-: " uxioitoodwork
iolcl in Hancock t'ouuty, and ahonld l used by every fanner who wHu to do BOQd work.
t'tttt ht.d Jackson itotjdhy
Also manfac.r the ft?
East Crawford Street, Near Sandusky Railroad Depot,
Jan. 19-1 m.
EVERYBODY JREAD THf FOLLOViING ! ; 7
FTJOR IV I 'F TJ ItE ROOMS!
- JIanufacturea and deals In all kind of
1 XJIiiSTlTTJRE ! FURISTITURE ! !..::':
Dressing Bueaus; Centre Tables, Wash Stands; Wardob e
Sofal and Sociable?; Tables, Sewing Stands, CHais
Bedsteads, every varie'y, Parlor & Kitchen Furniture, best quality and fin
Onr work I
purebasiuxel-wwbere. as we w
fSSh' S Toth'esTabirslot in .Hknty. Oi ft
ill isuaraniee nih-- ' ..'.. . -.. ... wv.. - i
eent for the telebraled
WOVEIST AVIUE MATTRESS,
The Beat. Easiest. Cleanest and MST I.ATIX G MATTUESS EVER MADE. Call and ae it
Shor Ta5d Sales llooras on Vet Main t row l reel, tivst of L. 1 fc U KB. ,
Findlay, Ohio. Aguat 1, l"71-oiu.
AN ESTABLISHED FACT !
Has just received a large addition to bis stock, and is prepared to give
Gr ES -A. T Ji. FL G- -L I rtf S
to his numerous customers, in everything in his line, lie Las a carefully
seiecd stock of "
THE LATEST STYLES OP
READY MADE CLOTHiNG
RfrnS' FURNISHING G fl 1 ?1 S.
r t f ' w mm w V M W WJ9
4i?& Orf, e -
ALSO A CHOICE SELECTION OF
A5D A OENKRAL ASMOBTNKIT or
HATS AND CAPS.
His stock of Piece Goods comprises the finest assortment oi
CLOTHS, CAS SI MERES,
. AM) ......
to be found in Findlay.
, lie La a cured the services of Mr. I. J. BEICKMAN, the best
Cutter nd Fitter m Northern Ohio, ad beiog himself a prsctical Uilor of
ife-loog experience, will
GUARANTEE ENTIRE SATISFACTION,
in every particular.
Wilson's Block, East Side of Main Street, (one door South ol
... . ... Kimmons' Hardware Store.)
A-jiat25. iS7l-:r. .
A Great Medical Discovery.
DR. WAIZEB? CAUrORNIA
. t . 7--- m- m - - 'l
. W-u,rinpMllN. L ldafiui(k. SnatirWs-un I
u.iru.innrari im -m-mfmini at. a. v
mtUMI gw TMtlMT tketv
- Wwihi Cml raaatW XMeeta.
TOmfm nota vfle Faaey Brisk. Xade dT Pw
Ko. Wklakey. W Bitlrtta aa4 Kenaw
1 1 doctored, ypictst -md mull uet to piewse th
. called -TotSem." Appettana" "toMrnn," lr..
that lead tbetippltTMta drmkeaaM and rain, bat ara
a traa Medicine mmle Cnm t attT roots ud bertM
of rmllfbrala. Ore Asm mU Aluliilte W -
laate. They are the GREAT BLOOD TVM1-
nr.m mm a uii eivrx o rxnicipu.
aerft Benoratar aad Ioriforator ot the Srstrm.
to a tke-dftij eoodUiocL. So pmem can take thta Bit.
ten acconuag tadlieettoaaaad reaaria loatameU.
preriikd their .boots an sot dearoyed by aiMtal
taim or ether meant,, aad the Tital oxaia Had
broad tteiBt of . . .
T tpiaawiiif alio, the pecallar BKritof artinr
k.. a power rat agtatia RUertac Coamtioaoclafl-ua.
aatioa oftbe Llrer. aad aU the Vbceral OrcaM.
roaag ar old. marritd rilelr, at the ilinofinau.
Rosier at Itw turaof life, tbem Toak Bitten hare a
ImT lim'Z!!'"' Ckraale ki mmm
IUUaa, Kemltteat. Bad Iatermlttemt Fe.
llai m the Xtead. Uwcr. miA.
eya aw M ladder, then Bluer hare km mtm
accevnn. -Miek JtmMi -tiecaaaad by YUlmt4rd
BlMd. which b generally pradaced br dnaneroirat
WTKPEPSIA OK lyBIOBTIOX. iti.
ache, earn ta the Shoe-derm, Congta, Trhna of the
ChX DizzItK, -Soar l-rortjuiom of the Stoaurh.
Had Taite ia the'ltoath, Blllooe Attack ralpitatloa of
ike Baart. lalUiaaiattaa of the tamf. Fata ta the
etrloaaef the Xktmrj. aad a htradied other aaiai'id
ai paaae are the eAprl ngt f Tnor,
Tacy tBTeone the Stomach and ttlmalate the tonU
Urrrand Boinla which render Ihem at aaroaalled
eflkaej ia ckamloi iba hlead araUlmporttln, and ha
parttavarw Ufc aad rietwte the whole nna.
FOX RKn DMEASKH, Xraptloaa. TMter. Soft
Rheota. BIMctmi Spot rtmplea. roCalea Boil Car-
haaeKr Btaf-Woran, Scald Read. Soie Eye Eryidpel.
.Itch, Scarf Plwolricaitoaa of the Skto. Hmaora anj
Dtseaaeaof the Skin, of whaterer aame or aatareara
Bttrally tf op and carried eat ot the ntea hi a short
time by the mmf these Bluer One bottle la sach
caaeiwrncOBTfiea the Bust taKiedBlasofthairam.
VieOeTnufed Blood whenerer roe find Its fm.
pntities tmrsrtns; tkrotnth the skla la linpki. Erne,
(ions or Sons: drame it whea too Bad it oonrarnst
and slimish ia tlx nttms eteanss a rhea it Is foal,
and your tcelman will teU yoa wbra., Kerp the bteud
pun aad the health of the system win follow.
. Tape ud Mler Wirai. kirklne la the
ytem of m many thottsajidx, are errectuaJ-T dentroTed
an maoml Kavs a dbtlainiMted phrisokiKM.
thrra is scamly aa iadlrtdsai asoo the fare of the
earth whose body Is exempt from the pmeare of
STr'UL.." " DO "P'WJhe healthy elements of the
boJy that worms txot. but noon tha dnrurd hnmors
1 llmy deposits that breed thcaa U.iiw monsters of
ee.e- Ike srstem of Stedtrtnt. ao ti rmiHnLe s. Uu
im'Sltua -Ui " from worms Uii
SOLD BY ALL DBrGCISTS Af DEALERS.
WALKER, Froprtetor. K. H. McDO.fALD CO,
Pnisslsti aad Gea. Anat Su rnadsco. CaJfontia.
aad S and 3t Coauaerea Street, Sew Tort.
FOB SALE BY
W.X. miller .& Co.,
. FIJJDLAT, OHIO.
June 30, lfSTl-Iy
ffTHE Board of School Kiambien of Uanrtn.a
CouDty will meet at the Ninth Ulatrict
school House, In findlay, for theexamiua
lioa ot Teachers, on tie following daya
during the year l72i .
Saturday, March 3d.
" - April aitll.
" May 4th.
.. May 25th
" October liiu,
" " October 26th, '
.... November -id,
- - November 23d.
... December 7th,
' December 21st.
EzamlB Atlona to eommenea al hat f naal slss
Each annllcant mint tor th lees fee at
centa, for Institute Fund, upon entering
jach aDDlIcant mnat rarnlah na with eatia-
faetory written evidenoe ol auod moral char
acter before a eertidcate will tmae : and
teaeheraraaKt be reeom mended bv their laxt
No applicant will be admitted for examina
tion within three months after the aeeond
All applicanumost com well Qualified n
Owl i mo ii Hclraol Branehea, and anod aue
ceaa in teaching will alwaya merit andreeetve
consideration. - -
tiro. p. PBKBi.non,')
John flow ha. Examiners
J. R. Kaov. -1
Jan 31, TMy.
For Sale Cheap.
.1 li'oosl County Farm.
AN EXCELLENT FA KM OP ONE HIM
d red a-rea, three miles aoath east trom
Over Sixty Acres Improved I
And Good Stream of Water on
SOIL Good for WHIAT, as well as
Frame Bain, Log House, Etc.
Confer with either of the undersigned.
J. C. LEE, Toledo. O.
. T. R. STRONG. Norwallr, a
J. H. RK1I, Bowline Ureen. '
ALAKGE STOCK of Ifeet Style, of Tin
Gold Jewelry; aJK, Bli JwerT "d
Braceleta-Cheap-tH U. H , JlIMJ EL