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Fremont Journal. GROWING OLD.
Touck us, -ok, lim! with light hand as 7011
Tempt us to think it a loving care,
Tread on our Jiearts, tots with reverent car
Oroah not the flowers of life blooming there;
Furrow our forehead with care if you will. -.
But let youth linger within our heart ttiU.
' Mid our dark tresses are fibres of gray
. Silent reminders of life's fleeting day;
And when we turn to the shadowy past,
On its bright alters lay ashes and dust:
: All U fair idols are marked with decay " "
All its sweet pictures are faded away.
(Sadly we look lor tne irienas 01 ue pes -They
of strong heart and the beautiful trust:
Sees we find sleeping beneath sculptured
'Some toiling wearily alons ;
Some thro' ambition grqwn heartless andlcold,
But one and all, save the dead, growing old.
t)ft ws grow weary in watching in Tain,
O'er hopes that always shadows remain,
Weary of counting tie joys that havw died;
Weary of laving bright visions aside;
Weary of taking but dross for pure gold,
Weary, so weary, of years growing old. '
Chase from us. Time, all shadowy fears;
Lift from our lives the slow burden of years;
Shadow our foreheads and silver our hair,
But, ok, shield our hearts from the furrows of
Let not the heart grow selfish or cold,
. And we no longer fear to grew old.
Fremont Journal. GROWING OLD. EARNEST MEN.
Enthusiasm is magnetic .. Like the
magic fiddle of little Fritz in the German
legend, it fascinates and draws after it the
crowd. - No ekhjuent enthusiast ever
lacked followers, whether his creed were
right or vrong. The earnest man of ac
tion, eren though a very bungler in his
.rhetoric, is sure to have plenty of friends,
lit deeds speak for him. Cromwell's
speeches w ere generally unintelligible, but
he was terribly in earnest both as a fanat
ic and soldier. It was impossible to doubt
the aincertr of his prayers, or to misunder
stand the logic of his victories. Mahom
et was a man of vast capacity, a great or
al., a furious sectarian, aud an honest
hearted hero. Such a combination was
irreistable, aud he founded at once a new
Empire aud a new creed. Had the intel
lect of Luther been a more passive type,
his conquests over error had never been
a hieved. It was the war-like ardor with
which he challenged and defied his antag
onists, that enlisted sympathetic spirits un
yr his banner, and made the Reformation
a success. To come down to later time
confidence in his own destiny was the in
spiration of Naoleon, and it was because
he believed in himself that his army be
ived in him. He thought himself irre
sistible and so thought every man in his
lioeth, from the marshals of the empire to
the meanest followers of the cauip. To
t lit delusion, as much as to his genius,
maybe ascribed the glories of his . dazzl
ing career. Stonew all Jackson a man of
not very extraordinary talent was an en
thusiast whose zeal and fervor were worthy
f a better cause and a better fate. No
r?d cross knight ever shouted the crusad
er's shibboleth, jrod wills it!" with more
passionate devotion than he did the war
cry of Treason. "
It has ever been thus, aud ever will be.
Vithout energy and earnestness, nothing
that the world will remember ran be ac
complished. They often save a bad cause
from defeat, aud almost invariably secure
(he ultimate triumph of a good oue. cln
the field, "the fourni and pulpit, in art,
m-ieuce, literature and love, they are alike
indispensable to success. ''Whatever thy
band findeth to do, do it with, all thy
might," is a glorious precept
A PLEA FOR COURTESY.
If your pen w as a pin, we ' would ' stick
it into the trowsers of those people who
oeetn to have taken out a licence to be ug
ly. , ,They are a class by themselves in the
matter of temper, aud ought to be a class
by themselves in the matter of territory.-
They are so abominably cross-grained that
you cannot approach them without riling
them, or deal with them without being
insulted by them.
Some of them are jetty clerks who
eein to be of the opinion that they magni
fy their olfice by airing their ascerbity.
They take pains to be impertinent in or
der to ue smart, ana ougux 10 De inaue
to smart for their pains. .
. It is vexatious in the extreme to do busi
ness with a roan who is deficient in busi
ness courtesy. Save us from your morose
maunered mercbaut, whose speech is sea
soned with the twang of ire, and whose
answers are arrows tipped with bile. : It
is surprising how success can have the
bad taste to tolerate such a poor, but we
m uuite sure that success is often withheld
for the reason that it has too nice a sense
of propriety to consort with a man whom
nature intended for a dog. .
But we put business courtesy on high-,
er grounds than self-interest. We put our
demand for it 011 the principle ; of justice
between man and man. It is ho man's
right to be any other animal than that he
as designed to be by Providence a man.
Iet him be a man and a gentleman in his
intercourse with man.
It is ' refreshing to deal with business
men. who have a nice sense of business
"ourtesy, aud who can make a bargain for
themselves without " making bears of
themselves, and it does one's heart good
t receive a civil answer to a civil question
at the post-office, the railroad office, and
the newspaper office.
Courtesy is the best policy and the best
breeding. Those w ho trample on it should
Ire themselves treated to the sneers in
stead of the patronage of their fellows.
What are the business colleges about
that they jdo tiot teach business courtesy ?
let them turn the attention - of the young
men under their training to Ihe necessity of
urbanity xl the counter and in the race,
whet -the public Wsually congregate.
And when, a corporation settr upon select
in" one of their number to meet the pub-
liciii their" name; let them make choice of
h weU-bred man; 'if -there' are nonesuch
among them, let them hire one of that
ort from the incorporate community out-
bide. Better meet an old cow robbed of
her ealf, than to meet some of these curs
who do the busmessof the monopolies aud
lng concerns. Chicago Journal.
Guard Against Vulgar Language.
liter) is as much connection between
the words and; the thoughts' as there is
l4ween the thoughts and the actions.
The latter are'not ouly the expressions of
the forwer, but they have ajower to react
uon the soul, and leave the stain of their
corruption Uter&V A young man who al
lows himself 1 use one ulgar or profane
wrtrd bas not only shown that there is a
foul spot upou his mind, but by the utter-
succ of that word he extends that spot and
iullantns it till by indulgence it will po
lute and ruin the whole soul. Ee as care
ful of your words as of your thoughts.
If you caw control the tongue that no im
proper words are pronounced by it, you
soon lm able, also, to control the mind,
aud save that from corruption. You ex
tinguish the fire by smothering it, or by
prmentiug lad thoughts from bursting out
into language. Never utter a word any
where ivhicu you would be ashamed to
speak iu &e preseuce of the most refined,
female, or the most religious man. Try
this practice a little while and you will
soon have command of yourself.
The ricli,".Nud a Jew, "eat venison
because it ish dear; I eat mutton because
CARE FO THE EYES.
f Crawford,; TjieT sCtilptoTf he' litbjt'uf
whose life h bVei to read la k teclin-
iwi ;pcition tost: one 'eve.'tnd soon died
trom tne lormation or a maugnam cancer
ous tumor behind.the ball, which, pushed
it out on the cheek-' T
Therare many affections' of. the eyes
which are radically incurable. It is, use
ful,' 'therefore to tnow sottie of, the causes
which,- by debilitating the eye, Invites dis
ease to it, or render it incattable of resist
ing adverse influences.
A'oid Teading"ly candle or any7 other
lieadurg byU'iHght oughtierer '.16 be
indulged. iav 'jLA fafe rul-iflere-read
after sundown or before suurise.
Do not allow yourself to read a moment
in a relining jKXsition, whether in bed or
The practice lf. reading oil horseback,
or in any vehicle ' in motion bf wheels, is
always pernicious. """IT" tTTV
Heading on steam or sail vesseh should
not be f largely indelged in, because the
slightest motion of the page oryour body
alters the local pointy and requires a. pain
ful, straining effort to adjust it
The glance of the sun on water is very
injurious to the sight.
, A suddeu change." between bright light
and darkness is alwayi verylperokioas. -
In looking at minute objeets, relieve the
eyes' frequently by turning them to some
thing in the distance.
Let the light, w hether natural or arti
ficial, fall on the page from behind, fa lit
tle to one id. Kt'c-,t
If the eyes are matted together after
sleeping, the most instantaneous and agree
able solvent in nature is the application of
the sailva with .the ringer before opening
the eyes. Never pick it off with the fing
er nail, but wash it off with the ball of
the fingers in quite warm soft water.
Never bathe or open the eyes in cold
water. It is always safest, best and most
agreeable, to use warm water for that pur
pose over seventy degrees. HalCt Jour
nal of Health.
Our readers have all heard the story of
soaping the clergyman's tin horn at a camp
meeting, so that when he went to call the
congregation together, he blew the "soft
soap" over his brother clergyman, and how
he exclaimed :,' ' ?-f- '" rV '
"Brethren, I have served the Lord thirty
years, and in this time never, uttered a
profane word,, but I'll be d d if I can't
whip the man that soaped that horn."
Our readers, we say have all heard this,
but hare, perhaps, never heard the sequel
as given to us by a gentleman present
Some two days after, a tall swarthy,
villainous-looking desperado strolled on the
ground and leaned against a tree, listening
to an eloquent exhortation to repent, which
was K'ing made by one of the preachers. '
After a while, he became interested,
finally affected, and then taking a position
on the anxious seat, commenced groaning
in "the very bitterness" of his sorrow.
The clergjmap walked down and attempt
ed to console him. , No consolation he
was too great a sinner, he said. No, he
was too wicked there, was. no mercy for
"Why, what crime have you commit
ted J" said the preacher, "have you stolen V
"Oh, worse than that" ,
"What, have you by violence robbed fe
male innocence of its virtue Pk ; .. , . .
Worse than that! Oh, worse than
. "Murder ?n gasped the horrified minister.
"Worse than that," groaned the smitten
sinner. ' .,!,-
The excited minister commenced "peal
ing ofl'i his outer garments. . ; 5
"Here, Brother Cole," he shouted, "hold
my coat I've found the fellow that soap
ed my horn."
The Sequel. AFFECTING INCIDENTS.
The carriage in which President' Lin
coln rode to Ford's theatre on the night of
his assassination, is now us exhibition on
Broadway, New York, and is visited b'
crowds of people. --The Htm says
war-worn veteran, with a wooden
while examining it, shed tears. He stood
and looked at it for a . moment, and then
went over and kissed the cloth which hung
from the driver's seat " 'Heaven "rest his
soul T -exclaimed the poorf fellow. fHis
lips theu moved -as " if in silent' prayer" for
some moments, and after again imprinting
a kiss on the cloth he hobbled aWay: '" The
incident was very affecting, as the crippled
soldier was once the receipient of a er-
sonal favor 1 at tne hands c of the martyr
v I confess that increasing years bring
with them an increasing respect for men
who do not succeed in life,' as those words
are commonly used. Heaven is said to be
a place for those who have not succeeded
upon earth 5 and it is surely ..true, celestial
graces do not best thrive and bloom in the
hot "blaze of worldly prosperity. 111., suc
cess sometime arises trom a 'eaperabund
auceof qualities in-themselves good from
a conscience too sensitive, a taste too fas
tidious, a self-forgetfullness too romantic,
a modesty too retiring.. I. will not go so
far as to say, with a living poet, . that t'the
world knows nothing of its "greatest men,"
but there are forms of greatness, or at
least excellence, which "die and make no
sign," there are martyrs that miss the
1alm but not the stake, heroes without the
aureL and conquors without the triumph.
A REMINISCENCE OF 1835—AN AMERICAN
Not long sine", and elderly ; man, bent
almost double with age and work and in
garments tattered and torn, while passing
through Ilome N. Y., stopped atone of the
stores and asked for bread and money. -He
volunteered the remark ' that ' he was
ashamed to beg, but stated, as an explan
ation and extenuation, the following as the
cause of the necessity. His home was Sar
atoga, and he chanced to be in Canada at
the time of the rebellion in that country
: He was charged with being engaged in
that outbreak, was tried and covicted for
being in cmplicity with the "Patriots"
and seut to V an Diemans Land for life.
He says he was not guiltvj but the feeling
was so strong against the "Yankees" at
the time of his trial it required but slight
evidence to convict .
He was then twenty-two years of age;
he was taken to that penal colony, and there
subiected to the severest drudgery and the
most inhuman treatment; he, with other
convicts, was compelled to draw the plow
and cart like oxen, and to labor early and
late aud treated not "much better, if anv-
thari thed umb beasts. Thus were twenty-'
eight years of his life passed, never hearing
trom home or friends, nor allowed to com
municate therewith.' He, with others, was
finallv pardoned and allowed to reach
home as best.thev might He left the
country a hale and hearty youth, erect and
full of life and vigor; he returns to it after
nearly thirty years abseuse a decrepit old
man, bent over w ith age ana work, and
shattered health awl a broked constitution.
The naration he gave of his life there, and
the details of his treatment, fullv impress
ed his hearers w ith the truth of his state
ments, and. that he was no impostor. He
was on lii- v. ay home, not knowing as he
would find a being who knew him when a
'm f-15 ;Y.
Cr Front and Garrison Streets,
FflEMONT, OI1I J,
Where any fbuad ' '
la sU iU vsristiM, at
and ' Retail...
Gam, Oum Drops, Chocolate Cream
Drops, Licorice and Licorice Drops, Fig
Paate, Oell Drops, in fact, evey thing in
The line of Confectionery.
A1m a choice lot of Ci arars, Matches, to., fce.
A good assortment of
; CONSTANTLY . ON HAND.
; " CASH ,.
For Produce. ,
fST Itemember the place, Tmo. Clapp's
Old Stand, Fremont, Ohio.
F. Ki TETER & CO.
Jsl; 14, 1S6S. ' . .
: - FOR A MEDlt'IMC THAT WILL CURE
coughs, ( - '-p.;-',
TICKLING in the THU0 AT,
" WH00PING COUGH
Or Ilelieve CONSUMPTIVE COUGHS,
. . . . -
A8 QUICK AS . , t $ i
Cocs Cough Balsam !
Over Fifty, Thousand Bottles !
Hits htrm fii ia iU utin town, and nnt s if I ln
lun of iU bilura is kaowa. ' '
W h&re in oar potMwioB, ny quaotitj or otrtiSratM
torn of tbem from
who hav aiied it ia their practie. od giren it the ra
einiiinc otpt ad J other compound.
IT DOES NOT
DRY UP A COUGH !
bat it loosens it, m to enible the patient to eipec
toraU freely. 11 -
TWO OR THREE DOSES,
WILLL INVARIABLY CURE
TICKLING IN THE THROAT.
HALF A BOTTLE he often completely eared the moit
sad yet, thoash it ie no eare nod peedy in it operation,
it is perfectly hartnleex, being parelf Testable. - It i
rery agremble to the Uate, and may be a4minietered to
children of any age. - -J
IN CASES OF CROUP WE WILL
j GUARANTEE A CURE, ; '
If taken ia seaeoa.
No lamily should be without it!
. It ia within thk rtech of all, the pries being
ONLY FORTY CENTS.
- . .. j . , : r -s - '
And if an inTestment and thoroogh trial doee not "hack
en" the above etatement, the money will be refnnded.-
Weasythis kaowfngita merits, sad feel conndeot 'that
ne trial wiU aeenre fot it a home -to erery honeehnid. '
Do not wute away with-Oonghing, when ao email an
inTeatment wUl care jon. It may be bad of any reapeet
aMe Droggiet ia town, who will fnrniah yun with a cir
cular of feoaiao eertineatea of core it am made. '-
Sold hr Dragglau everywhere. '
,vi : a : CLAlUiW COPiWeWrs
. . , , , NEW HAVEN, CONN, i
Strong & Armalroog, and Benton, Dnnham a Co.,
- j - i . . ' CleTeland, O., General Agenta.
DR. E. DILLON & SON,
Aug. 26, '65jl Agent for Fremont, O.
P.UoiograpUn n Gallery.
JIlaODGJSTT & CO.,
HAVE got their Photograph Ruonie,. Third Utory
Kima Block, eoiarged, improTcd, and refitted
and are reoeiting the citiaeaa of danduaky county in
Tsaterowda, to haT their
Photographs Taken.. x"
It don't make any difference if the weather
be cloudy or clear, Blodgett a Co , can make .
a Brat rats Picture for 70a. Come and aee.
Blodgett & Co., will make yoa a perfect
picture from the amalleat to the largest aiae,
. on the ahorteat notice.' - Come and see.
- Blodgett a Co hare eaeea and framea of
"all atylea and aiae s Comeaadaee. .
. fJpT Remember, the best place ia Fremont to gel your
picture taken ia at Blodgett A Co'a Rooms, orer Clark
eihra Store. Gentlemen and Ladie invited; admit
tance, FREE. JT Children's pictnrea taken. Booma
open from morning until eTening. .
rZZ-Z. . , BLODGETT k CO.
Frnont, May 27, M.' J UOi-
( Telegrapli Institute,'
168 Summit Street, Toledo,1J
- - s. J- S.. , i " J - if ' - V
Tns COLLEGE forma one of the prominent linka in
Bryant, 8tratton s Co'a International Chain of Com
mercial College, located ia 83 of the moat prominent
eitiea ia America. Book-Keeping Commercial Iaw,
Comm!til' Arithmetic, CommerciaJ Cmlcnlationa, Pho
nography, and Telegraphing. Scholarship imned at
thia point good in ail Un other -Collegea. For Cata
lorae. Snecifnen College Money, renmaaahin, etc., ad-
dreaa F. H. 8TRONS, SeaeaeatTriacipal, Toleoe, Ohio, m
j FREMONT j
City Cracker Bakery,
HERE may be found all the kinda of
CAKES, BREAD, &C,
t resit frosm tne. oven.
' CRACKERS of sU .'dtefiptioa Creaju, Battel, Fie
Kic, 8oda, Coffee, Su gar, Wine and Boston, freah from
the oven, daily, at Waoloaals and Batail.
Saeia Water and Ice Cream. '
' OYSTERS eerred up in every atyle, and at all
hoar. Also by the keg or can.
' A fine assortment of French and other SJaudlee,
Canned Fruit, Ac ,
Com asd ass as and we will be ear to' please y out
f ALLEN' & THATCHER.
. Fremont, SepU 14, IS80.
Gents h urnisumg fetorc
WE are wow offering to the public a large and well
aaaorted stock of :
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
' : gloves, ::;. -:':'r:''''
- i Cottony -KiV ? orated, 'Btic,J
Ridingor DAVing,kr Ladte or fienis. f-
tlaudk.ercbiefs, Silk'; Cotton and Linen.
UMBRELLAS, TRAVELING BAGS,.r
rNECKTiES; tfX L
Collars, Linen and Paper, all site. -
Calls. Single sad rsreraable. I
, . .. .
We especinlly call your attention to our large stock of
C4ent' and Boja' COTTON HOSb', jeat rai-eived. ShirU,
Woolen and Liars. Under Shirt, Drawers tiu.pend
er, in endlew wariety.
Of every quality and price.' !'
II you waut the Latest Style Silk, Caaiaiere, Fur, or Won)
Call Slthe NEW BTOBEef -
H.LA J. B. WIllsON.
Ia ennluio), we would say as we manufacture our ova
B AT8 and thereby save the probta of two or more w bole
sal dealer.:' W caa and-. ': i , 1 . -j 1
thaacasba patch Medaieawhere.- "
KS" ''lease callad lxaittilie uur Goods,
4V2 . and aliify yourselves. f . . ; . , , ,
. ,il u j. a Wilson.
Cvriter Carrisost aud 1'rwut K( recta,
. ! r S""1 of the Poet ODjc.
-'rKlv)lit) &il-15, 1865. 6tno ,
.. . . Cure Warranted if Direction are followed.
Hundreds of citizens of Chicago have bun ;crm-
nenUy Cured by this Medicine. ,
fF Call roa a Cisoclab disoribihs ALLSiarroaa.
DPw. D. H. SEELYE & CO.,
OFFICE MASONIC TESlVLii,
Room No. 11,
- Th symptom of Catarrh aa they generally appear are
at first very alight. Tersona find they have a cold, that
they have frequent attacks, and are more sensitive to the
changea of temperature. In thia condition the note may
be dry, ora slight discharge, thin and acrid, afterward be
coming thick and adbewive. A the disease become
ehronie, the discharge are increased in quantity and
changed in quality; they are now thick and heavy, and
ar hawked or eonghed off. The secretions are offensive,
causing a bad breath; the vole ia thick and nasal; the
eyes are weak; the sense of smell ia lessened or destroyed;
deafneaa frequently take place. Another common and
important symptom of Catarrh ia, that the person ia oblii
red to clear his throat in the morning of a thickor alii
my mueua which has fallen down from the head during
the night. When thia takea place, the person may be
an re that hia disease is on its way to the lungs, and
should lose no time in arresting it. The crs r but
ftwqftke man y Ctmrruht symptoms.
fgr A tingle bottle will laat a month to be aaed three
tinea a day. .
Sold in Fremont, by Dillon A Son. Dec. 2, Myl
Foot Rot in Sheep,
Sm' Can be thoroughly cured,'
By using Whitteniom'a Cure for Foot ItuU ' It has
been thoroughly tested, and ia in fact just what it ia
represented to he, a Positive Cure. Hundreds of certif
icate like the following are being received.
Rftlasu, Vt., July Uth, 1S66.
F. W. Whittesoks Dear Sir: Having thoroughly
tried yonr Cure for Foot Rot in Sheep. I would say for
the benefit of Sheep Raisera that they should lose no
time in procuring a bottle, aa it certainly will Cur
the Foot Rot in lesa time, and with lea trouble, than
any preparation of Blue Vitriol or any thing else 1 ever
tried. LEEDS BILLINGS.
F. W.'WHITTEMORE, sole Manufactur'r,
Cltatbam 4 Corners, N. IT.
For Sale in Fremont, by .
34mo3 S. BtCKLAND cV SONS.
Sale of Ileal Estate.
ON tlie'JOthday of Norember,lSfti,at3 o'clock, P. M,
at the iloornf theCourt House, in the village of Fre
mont, will oesold to the highest bidder, the following
real estate, as th-- property of William Scryniager, de
ceased, situate in Sandusky county and State of Ohio, to
Inlot number live hundred and ninety-two, in the vil
lage of Fremont, said county and State; said land being
disincuroberedof dower, and appraised at f 900.
TF.KMS One-third down, one-third in aix months and
one-third in twelve months, deferred payments to be se
cured by mortgage on the premises.
Kl.l'.ABKTrl SORYMAUK.R, Administratrix. '
October 18, lS6j. Uni. .
In Balls and Skeins Best kinda, and CHIC A P.
Carpet Warp, . !
Ol TitHm., KUx AnI Hpmp. IhC, Zf an4 3'i quahly
color! n1 ifrjr. hi
Of Tsry lf rsrripti-ni. , .
FANCY TWINES, WlCKIN(i,
Rbo-3 Tbrpvl, Srm Twibpsi, liillioB ThrdB, FiBhiog
I ,.), Slm rrtckiog:, unrl JSurs)a"ii Tow.
Blocking And liooj-i CorH.
HOPE AND CORDAGE.
.Writing and Wrapping
Envelopes and Paper Bags.
Willard Harvey & Co.,
H i Maiden Jjaue, IVcw York.
, ; . . FREMONT
8M1TH & CHAPMAW,
At the old established Marble Yard on
''. CROUHAN STRKBT,
Are receiving a large supply of all kinda of
Doth American and Foreign,
Which they nianufaclure to order into
Tomb Stones and
of every style and pattern.'
XW friees a IOW aa can be had at any shop in
.SHOP at the old plave n Crnghsn Street, opposite
Fort rjtepnenaon. (.all ami examine our Marble and
style oi work netore purcnasing eisewnere,
' Fremont. Ohio, Aug. 11, 1R65. . ,
TO . .
jai . " -I
. ,, Has opened a i.
Tfiu a n rs r
v u a v j
''' and ' ''
IHrVr OFt lCl.
Where will be found the
beet brands of Imported
and Domestic Vinra.
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Merahanm Pipes,
and Wooden Pipes, Tobacco Boxes, and Pipe Sterna, Ac,
etc. Smoker are inviiea io c.u ana juage mr tnem
selves. We can suit all in quality sad price.
Opposite the root Office.
. A. WOLF. .
Fremont, O.", May 27, 1SS. 3mo
General Insurance Ageney.
, ; l.ii e, fire aid .
Inlanfl Mauinralifin '.' Inoiiranno
iiiiuiiu nuiivuuuii nioui aiiouj
Is all itabrauchea, ' !! '
All in Frst Class CASH Companies. "
Corn Exchange Fire and Inland Naviga
lion Insurance Company. .
Cash Capital and Surplua ,....f.00,0Ot
Manhattan Fire Insurance Cumiauy
Established inl21. Cash Capital and Surplus 827,000
Arctic Fire and Inland Navigation Insur
Cash Capital and Surplus ....$600,000
Security Fire Insurance Company,
Cash Capital and Surplna $ l,ti02,SbO
Lorrillard Fire Insurance Company
Cash Capital and Barnlna ...............$1,312,195
Thia Company divideathree-qnartera of the net proltti
to the Policy holders, in script, hearing interest, with
out sny iiaDiiuy to insured, rolieies issneu lor 1, 3, A
year on Farm Property, Dwellings and Furniture.
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company,
Or Hartford, Conn. Caah Capit al and Snrp. f 1 ,000,000
ALL I.OSKB8 PA10 HERE. " '
- i - d. n. CAinnri.n, Agni.
September 2-, IW4, 4fiyl 88
.What the People Want:
HISTORY OF Till! WAR,
Complete ia one very large Volume of
over 1,000 Pages.
Thia work bsa no rfval'as a candid, lucid, complete,
authentic and reliable history of the '"great conflict."
Itcon tains reading matter eiiusl to three large royal ou
tavo volumes, splendidly illustrated with over Km fine
portrait of Generals, battle scenes, maps and diagram.'
Returnded and disabled offlcoi a and soldiers, and ener
getic young men in want of profitable employment will
find thia ararechance to make money. We have Agenta
clearing $J."0 per nionth, which we will prove to any
doubling applicant; for proof of the above send for cir
culars and see onr terms. Address, JONES BRO S
CO , HS West Fourth street, pocinnati, Ohio
IF YOU WANT a nice DRESS
II AT. or a good aubatautial WOOL I CAT.
the beet Styles, at the lowest prices, call at the old stud
vt 38m. - H. LESHER, No. 4,BucklaDd't Biock.
NEW 'GOODS '
. -;.- rr 1 -. t 7 -nil ''
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. . NEW PRICES,
I , .. - . - ' 1 ;
CALL AND SEE THKM,
CALL AND GEE THE'M,
EfVIMlllCH & GO'S,
Who are in Market .with a lanre and va-i
rieil Stock of
Alpaccas. Merinos. Pontine. Delaines. Printa. Sackinza.
iioauDge, an oi wuicu nave been selected with care.
rpo buy the beat audlatest atylea of Crockery coma
JL IO JKHMHICH t CO'8
r I get the worth of your money when
-a you ony a pouna ol 11'. A can at
EMMR1CH t CO'S.
JV yon want the best SUGAR in market
and the moat for your money you will find it at '
EMMR1UH & COU
COFFEE, the best at
; . EMM1UCII & CO'S.
FOR pure aiil(iiuaulterated Groceries
of all kinda go to
EMMRICH & CO'S.
WE call special attention to our
of Cloths, Caaaimera, V eatings. Gents Furnishing Hood,
Of thia we have a large and well selected assortment pur
chased with special reference to this market and thia
Cannot be Undersold!
Our Profits must be Hnudl but ixdes Quick.
Our Stock is too' complete for enuine'ra-
Uoa. We therefore inv'te all wishing to purchase good
in our line to call and examine before going elsewhere,
aa we can positively sell you goods if yov wish to buy.
No Trouble to Show O'oods.
- EMMRICH & CO.
I S. MR. A. GUSDORF IN RETIR-
mg from the pry Good Tiade, retaina an office at our
store, and will buy; paying CASH and the highest price,
fox '-i-.-' ' " - '.:
DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS, ,"
WHEAT, CORN, RYE, OATS, SEEDS
WOOL, AO, AC.
' ' ' ". K & co.
Fremont, October 13, 1866. 3841tf ,
Tolki., Ohio, October, 18M. ,'
' Mr. W. W. WglTWKV: Your Improved Melodeona are,
in my opinion, the tit rha Ultra of Keed lnetrumante
Their evenness of "tone power" ia greater than any aimi-
ler instruments I have seen. I take great pleasure ir,
recommending them aa the BUST Melodeona in the otar -net.
''.' L. M ATHIAS, Teacher of Hoio.
For years to come w believe they will be the f avor ite
with those who waatthbMt.Vrtsr. -
,. .-:i'Toa,roo, Ohie,CMohwr, 1891.
Mr. W. W. Whitket: IHmr Sir: I hare, wxamined j oar
Improved Melodeona, and I take plaaaut in aaying that I
And in them all the element that have been eo King
ought after. Your improvement in the bellows, wit', I
aa sure, make them the aosr rmmncr of Reed Inati n
ment. . r . 4. K. GlXLMAN,
Tuner and Repairer of Organ, Piajio and Melodeon a.
Exceed in our estimation everj other instrument of
thia general elase. TWcfrm
... .... .. . , :
Mb. W. W. WmTxnr, Toledo, Ohio. I wish to expreM
my adasiaation of the superiority of the Melodeone pf
your manufacture. The Reedy or Sttuat ton usually
found in Melodeona la entirely obviated by yonr improvr
menta.i Wishing you the success you aoweil deserve, I
am youra, truly, W. B. THOMPSON, Frof Music, M.Y .
Never seen any thing of the kind that interested ua to
improved ;. ;
Tolkdo, Ohio, October tb, 18M. '
. IIhabSir: It ia with the utmost willingness that I give)
my testimony as regards the excellency oi yone Melode
ona. After a thorough acquaintance with the instrument-
of other maker, candor eompein me to say tha
those of your manufacture surpasa them a regard elas
ticity of touch; evenness of voicing; and freedom frown
all harshness, and thinness of tone. 1 shall unhesitat
ingly recommend them in answer to the numerous i reve
ries of purehasere. Vonrs truly, ' E. p. 8PRA0UK.
. r Prof: ol Music, and Organiat of Trinity Cbareb.
The amontbeneaa of the tone makes a beautiful aeeoae
paniment for the voice. IHawa. . ..
. Surpaaa every thing in thia line we have Been, whether
French or American.. Commercial. f f. .,
Accept, Mr. Whitney, my sincere ongratajatioaav
Henceforth Toledo may advantageously compete with auy
of the larger eitiea in the construction of Melodeon.
P. Dy 1 VP, Opera Manager, N. T.-;
Realty very effective and beautiful instrument. All
that want the beat will get "Whitney'." Blade. . ,,
. Once having aeen them, will convince the moat ekwrtr
cal that they ar just what has been long wantrag.
Herald. . .,..,. .. ,
I am daily receiving letter similar to tboae above Iroa
professional musicians; also from persons who have thsp
loatrumeatainnse; every Instrument warranted iyewre-
I have all the facilitieafor manufacturing these Melo
deona, (every department being under my personal anper
vision,) and 1 feel confident with my unaurpaased im
provements, that 1 am now placing before the pwbeie a
anperior Instrument, larger, and w ith an evenness ef ton
not heretofore obtained by any other Melodeoat manufaev
turer. : The finish and durability of these Inaaiqineiila ar
ii nnrl In none.
' AU order will secure aa prompt attentions If the par-at
tit were her to select. Address all order to
w. w. wHrrpfKY,
y i.- J. f 161 SummitStreet, Toledo, Ohio.
Factory 14fi A 14fi Summit StrPct, Toledo.
Nov. 2t, 1804, to Jan. 14, 18oS.
Home Insurance Companj
OP NEW YORE.
Januakt 1, 1864. . '
Jah Capital, ftl
Act, July Ut,lHb4, ;t,467,e4a,6T
Iaabilitica, o . 51,5TT,eS4
THIS Company Insures Property againat the danger
of Fire and Inland Navigation and Tranaportatio,
on faoorable terma. ...
Thoae who insure in thia Company ran have the feel
ing of security, by reference to ita iarge Capital and of
being dealt with in the moat equitable manner- .
Its Iyonneia are Promptly Paht!
Ita managing efheera have built up in the last eleven
years a company, anparaueieo or any similar one, ann
aecured the reputation ol honorable dealing with their
patrons. CHARLES J. MARTIN, Preaident, .
A. T. WILMARTIT, Vice President. '
Jong MoGib, Secretary. ... ;
R. W. B. IIeIEt,ljANe AganL
rremont Aug. 80, 1864. .
$150 Per Month. $150. ....
Ai;tNT8 wanted iu every county and (State, to aell the.
Bartlett Sewi.su M Aril ink, price rid; fully licen
sed under patents of Howe, Wheeler & Wil-.no, IJrover &.
Baker, and Singer A Co. We will pay a monthly salary
and eipenaea, or allow a large commission on sales. For
particulars illustrated catalogue, territory, Aa , nclose
a stamp and address PAUK BROTHERS, sole Agenta for
United States, '1 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio. 33mo3
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE! '
ritHE subscriber ha a number of Lois west of th Ran)
J. Road Depot, in Fremont, between Croghan and Napo
leon Streets, which he will sell on liberal terma aa to
rice and payment. i. K p ntrOKLANn. -
: Fienwat. Marb-1in . .. , . , - ,
Administrator Sale. .
"VTOTICE ia hereby given that I will offer for sale at ven
X due, on the iih day of December next at 1 o'clock
P.M., on aaidday, at the door of the Court Hunae, in
Fremont, th west half of the northwest quarter of
section number thirteen, townahip five, range, sixteen,
subject to tne homestead and dower estate of I'atliariao
Weidner. widow of John C. Wridni-r, deevaxrit.
TERMS. One-third in hand, one-third in oue year,
and one third in two yeaix, with interest.
JEREMIAH (31 BBS, Admr, ;
By J. L, Greene, hie Atty.
. 43wl ' '
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PRESENTS HIS I'OMPMotENTSTO
HIS KRI8ND.S A N I) CUSTOMERS,
ANDBmEVUY ANNOUNCES THE
RECKipT or 'His" . ".
t, ' ' -1 -'''''
.- K y f ' t t '
- -ear-w-- - - -
LARGE i ' BE AUTIi 0 L" 'si 0 CK OF
FOR THE LADIES.
OF ALL KINDS
" OF THE LATEST ; ! '
AND MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE 8.
.:; ; ": tickings, ..
Groceries and Crockery.
WE ALWAYS HAVE A LARGE ;
AND CHOICE 8T0CK ON HAND.
Wear in receipt of Oooda direct from New Toak every
few day, and all who bay of RICE, win M certain of gsK
ting Ooed, Fashionable, and Cheap Oooda.
ALL IN WANT OF GOOD GOODtf,
WIJLL DO WELL TO CALL ON US.
FREMONT. APRIL, 1865, i
The War is over !
Gold has1 Gone Down
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ROBERTS & SHELDON
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Have reduced the Prices
- -i . : -v -. ..... . - i-
,ask the Farmers to call and exam
ing our stock of . t ,
Tools and Implements;
which consist ia part of 1
. ComhiiiHtiott Steel Plow,-1 ,
Curtis' Iron Beam, ;
Foetoria Cast Plow;
Corn Plows,' ,
Shovel Plows, tloiiblp and single
' Corn Shellers, iron and wood,.',
. Straw Cutters, !, .
Horse Rakes, : '
Hoi"se Forks, -,.
Hoes and Forks," J ,
Rakes and Scjthts,., . ' 'Jm,
' Grain Cradles, : ,,.- - ,
Scythe Sticks and Stones,
. Shovels and Spades, v
Churns, Tubs, Pails, Brooms,
Clothes' Wringers, - '
Spinning Wheels and Reels,
Sheep Steal's and Wool Twine,
. Land Plaster,
Water lime, - : . : v ,
Stucco, cfec, 4cc 4cc. ' ' '
Together with a complete stock o; ?i ;
- - . t t j t 1 i 4 - '.. .
. Nails, . ...o , . ' u
- 1 House and Barn Tnnimings -
Buildere' and Farmei-s' Hani ware,
' Tin and Sheet' Iron Ware,"
( All nf which w offer at -t ; it
IVii-i's whifh dfifv fViniTvptitirtn!
AL60 AGENTS FOR THE ' '
Buckeye '.Wood Sawing Machines,
Fairbanks' Scales," " '
Our Tin Shop,
Is in order, ami will fill your orders
ROBERTS & SHELDON.
rM0MT,0,My M,lfc', ' ' 1 ' '" J
i.''ij,''i,'i'iiiimjJiJ"""iiLi JiipmnJLin .
' fT DRROBACKS
1 ft 2 a s c
.-t:.t" rsvf - r- j
U EG U LAI OK
'- 1 '. j
Of the Digestive Organs,-,
? . - I
I v. 1
Are NOT oftered to the )uUic an ntwl-
, , ii ii i:it.. .. l .: i.
Kino wnicn win cure an me "iu wim n
(leshjiif heir to," but as a reiuediaJ agent (
a'frVeat realator of the itsteiii! 1 1 '
In the Bilious dintricta of the West anl
south there has, for a long time, been ii'im-h
needed an article of btomach Bitters, winch
if taken , in . proper quantities, and at the
proper time, are a, sure preventive , .
FEVER AND AGUE,
dyspepsia t ; i
.Aunmiianli''! ' ;
ad tvil diiMi of iimiUr otar.
P ' 'X. T tie& li II le r I ' ' --
are eomposed of rare and powerful rente and barka whkh
Stomach Bitters, :
re the Poor Man's Friend. rs
,,DR.,ROBACK'S . ;:., -Um
Stomach "-a Bitters,;
Sae the Poor Man many
i i ' t -r i i
Ar .lilvrrlHanjS Solace and Comfort.
DK. KO HACK'S
I ,' 14 .
Invigorate th tVealr anf de whtated."
l&s" has, oiovi ,
DR.' ROB A I
Stomach Bitters, '
drive a.waj- rnelantholt and make life en-
are the Soldier's friend by preventing Diar-
rhea, Dysentery, Rheumatism, etc.
These Bitters are put up in quart bottle, of which tb
above is a fee similie. .The label is Snely engraved and
is provided with a aafe guard from counterfeiter. Trio
$1 per bottle, or aix for fa. :
ROBACK, Proprietor, No. Kaal fwi 31 rest,
Cincinnati, to whom
ail orders ahou'd be addiiamd.
90fJ-T - -L
C. R. MeOULLOCB, Fremoat, Ohio.
S. BUORLAND, - ''-
K. DIIJ.0N h SON,
row KRS k JABOKR, Woodville,
WM. J. MILLER, Clyde, -and
merBbant generally throughout the United State.
C. Iff RQBACKVb
Commnnder of Stomach Bitter, Blood runner, and
Blood rills. Distiller and naaaaiaeturer of Catawba and
Sweedish Brandies, and alt kind of the Snewt Domeatie
Liquor, which are eoio wnoieaaieor in any oeaireu quan
tity, at No. , en, o and vt, Eat Third si
Swpt. SO, liW6.ir
Furniture ' Ware Rooms.
C .W T8C1IIIMY,
fpARKf pleasure in annouaoing that bo ha enlarged
J and improved hia Furniture Manufactory and War
Hons. Room, si tasted, on the corner of v .
... Ul. .1e- ll I V 1 -".
fr front and Garrison Street,
Plreelly opposite T. Clarp'aStore, where b u prepared
to supply all in want of Furniture with a good an arti
cle, and aa CHEAP aa any other establishment in San
dusky county Hi stock oonaiete of j - x-f
Bureaus, Tables, HUands, Chairs, Bttlsltadt,
PARLOR FURNITURE, and in fact every article ef Fur
niture requisite to house keeping. AU description
Furniture anuraiaotured to order end WARRANTED.
rail ai.tatjr War Kooan. ... i
I have inat-bnOta aplendid HKARSR, and am prepared
to accompany Fnneraia, furniabing COFFINS, Ac. in my
Hoe. corrlnri always oa nana, or mo le order lot
mediately, lakmtliosa kawlrr i
Fisk's Patent MeUUicBarial Ca.sc?v,
Mad nf Imperiahahl mataeiala, enameled inside and oat
to prevent rust, and the exterior haa a two Rosewood
finish. . When properly cemented th remaina of tha de
ceased are free from irruption of water or the depreda
tions nf termin, and may without offensive odor b kept
a long aa desired, th obviating th necessity of hasty
burial. I have them of all sites. .
F rsmoaWJaa. , &AT, TUCH 1 W V
' J. W. STEVENSON,
PKalfl fi AND AMrrAOTTRRR AI.I.RTTI.Eo
Parlor, Dlnins Room and Kitchen
Baa en band a lot nf
0 K N T K R - d
wood of marbttep
mans. Foot and
Mnaie Stoe la, in
hognny nr. Blaeh
different , .
styles and psttsrns
AllkindsotCane arvl Wmxl seal Chsirswilhj llorke
He aiao keep a etoek of Fsstern Fnrniture, which he
tends to increase aa th dwaand require, i ,i . !
Ineoanection behaaa ' '
where are kept all atzeaand styles of Coffins trom 'splen
did tr plaiq. . He keeps a goad Hear for the convsy
ane efthodad.' i .
. ' ' f f ' : . "
It will be the aim of the proprietor of thia K'laMieh
ment to maintain tho well-known reputation nf his work
XW At theold stand 2d Bnildint: m Cmghaa street
Fraaaont. Jan. U. IBM.
JUST RF.CF.1VKP, a few iloiens mor of those pica
of Ihe latest styles, best manufacture and very cheap.
. Also, a few hundred nice . , ..,'.
a hie rolletkn. CH aadenamin ler yourselves,
the Post Ofbee Building.
R. J. ZIMMRRMAN.
Frement, Jane 30, 1M
'' MEAT MARKET.
11HK rnKRS10NKI respeetfnlly in
form th ritisen of FRKMONT sd
vicinity that they have refitted and moved V
into the Old Market Stand occupied by E.
H. Underbill, and mor lately by ATTrov l.,andr
WELL PREI'ARKD to aocunnMuat theweu awth
th choicest articles in their line. We shall keep
BKKF- VIAL, ,MimpN, A.AHB, CORHBD BJ1T,
AND 8 ALT PORK,
For jale at all hours of the day and th evening.
i ' lead ta keep, when tixv can be procured.
EST very thing bought at ur Mai kt wiR bdli
anfSrbwr in the corpora rlonrsrr.-J
rrmnt, May U, 1M. BSMUT BACMAMM.
r CHKH OK'S
4 ' i- 2 i t 3
A N If
1.AK. A 9 V S '
.The above, ia a correct likeneas of Dr. Seheneh, just
ler recovering from Consumption, many year ago. B
low is a lihenese of him as he now appears. t
f ken the Brit waa taken b weight tti
Ihe present Mm hia weight I 230 ounHa.
DR. 8CHIf CV
Principal oflio and Labratory ia at th. N. I. corner
SIXTH and COMMERCE Street, nihkMphn, where all
latter for ad vie r bnrineaa should be directed.
Be will be found there every SATURDAY, profession
ally to examine Lang with Rospit m meter, Par which k
few in three dollara; all advie free- -
Jo New York, at No. 32 BOND Btreet, every TUE3-
DT, from A. , to 3 P. M.
At Ihe MARLBORO HOTF.I., Boaton, January 14, and
February 16 and In, March 1 and 1 April iW.ail
29. May 17 audi", Jane 14 and 14, Jury 1 and J. i
Th time for my being ia BALTIMORX and P1TT3-
Bl'Rfl will be aeen ia th dairy papers of that eity.
Tbk Hurrnar or Dr. S'iiknck' own V,
ANuV BOW ftK WAS IURSJ1 oc Oo Mhuarwiwe.
Many yefrH nr, whilst reai'linjr'in rhiTirfel-
phia. 1 hai roi:reKwl trrarlually into the) tuft
tags; of I'nlnHiimrjf Connumption. All rrpr
f my recovery rwuig (lifutiriMtfMl. 1 was advixerl
hy piy physiciHO, Ir. r rrwli.tr remove into
the c'Wu&jr. v Nnorfulewn, New Jersey, being
my native plac. I was removed Iheither. My
lauirr and all run laruily ban lived ana died
there and dwd of Pulmonary OnrmarCptine.-
I n my arnval l wan put to tied, where 1 lay
for many wreka in what waa.deemed a hopeleaa
ennditmn. Hr. Thornton, who barf beea any
father's family physician, and had attended him
in hii) lat illness, waa railed to aee rnev.- Re
thought nay case entirely beyond tbe Teach' of
medicine, and derided that I must die, and
jrave me one) week In arrange my temporal
affairs. In thissppearantly hopeless eonditioD,
I heard nf tha remedies which 1 now make, and
aell. It teemed to me that I could feel them
working their way, and penetrating every Mrvr,
fihre, and tiaxue of my ayaiem.
My lunpa and liver put on a new action, and
the morbid matter which for year had accum
ulated and irritated the different organs of thai
body, waa eliminated, the tubercles of my lungft
ripened, and I expectorated from my lungs aa
much aa a pint of yellow offenaive matter every
morning. Aa thia ex pectoral too of natter sub
aided, the fever abated, the pain left me, the
cough ceased to hanrass mat, and the exhausting
night-sweets were no longer known, and I had
refreshing aleep, to which I bad long bees
atranger. My appetite now began to return,
and at times I found it difficult to restrain my
self from eating too much; with this return of
health, I gained in strength, and now am fleshy.
I am now a healthy man, with a large healed
cicatrix in the middle lobe of the right long and
the lower lobe bepatixed with complete adhe
sion of the pleura. The left lung is sound, and
the upper lobe of the right one ia in a tolerably,
healthy condition. ,
' Consumption at that time waa thought to fie
ao incnrnble disease, by every one, physician
aa well as thorn who were uu learned iu mexfi
cine especially such cases as were reduced, to
the condition I was in. This induced many
r-ople to believe my recovery only temporary,
pow prepared and gave the medicine to. con
umptives for some time, and made many won
derful cures; and the demands increased so rap
idly that I determined to offer them to the pub
lic, and devote my undivided attention to lung
diseaxes. In truth I was next to forced to it,
for people wound send for rue far ad near, to
ascertain whether their cases were like mine.
For many years, in conjunction with ry
prinripal ofrice in Philadelphia, I have been
making regular professional visits to New York,
Boston, Baltimore, and Pittaburg. -i ... ,
For several years past I have made aa nmy
aa five hundred examinations weekly with the
"Reapirometer."' For such examination mj
charge is three dollars, and it enables tne to give
each patient the true condition of hi disease,
and tell him frankly whether SWr will get well.
4 The- greet reiutoa why physicians lin not cure
Consumption is, that they try to do too much;
they give medicines to stop the cough, to stop
the night-nweaU, hectic fever, and by an doiag
they derange the whole digestive system, lock
ing up the secretions, and eventually the patient,
dies. ' ' '
The Pulmonic Symp is one of the moat val
uable medicines known. It is nutrient, powerJ
fully tonic, aud healing in itself. It eontaiaai
no opium, yet looxens the phlegm in the bronch
ial tubes, and nature throws it off with little ex-'
ertion. One bottle) frequently cure aa ordis-'
ary cold; but it will be well first to take a doae
of Scbenck'a Mandrake's Pills to cleans the
stomach. The Pulmonic Syrup is roodily di
gested and absorbed into blood, to which it im
parts its healing properties. It ia on of the
best preparations of iron in use; it is a powerful
tonic of itwilf; and when the Senrweerf Tonic
dissolve) the muena in the stovnach, ami vn car
ried off by the aid of the- Mandrake Pills,
healthy flow of gastric juice, good' appetite and
good digestion follow.
The Seaweed Tonic is a stimulant, and none
other is required when it is nxed. - It is pure'
and pleasant; no bad effects like when using
Bourbon whisky, which disorders the stomach,
torpers the liver, locks up all the secretions,
turn the blood into water, dropsy set ia, and
the patient dies suddenly. - . , ,
Bourbon whiskey is recommended now,ei
days by almost every physician. Many patient
that visit my rooms, both male and female, are
stupefied with this poison. The relief is tem-
furary. If they cough they take a little whie-!
y; if they feel weak and feeble they take a
little whinky; if they cannot sleep they take a
little whisky; and they go on in this way, re
quiring more and more until they are bloated
up, and imagine they arc getting fleshy.. "The.
stomach, liver, aud digestive power are come;
plelely destroyed, and lose their appetite for
food. No one was ever cured of consumption .
by this procetw, where cavities have been form-''
rd in the lungs. A little stimulant is frequent-
ly hencficiitl to consumptives, such a par
brandy or good wines; in many canes London
porter or brown stout in moderate qualities; but
Bourbon whiskey hasten on instead of curing
consumption. The Seaweed Tonic pnxluct-s lasting results,
thoroughly invigorating the sloinach. and di
gestive system, aod enabling it to eliminate and
make into healthy Mood the food which may he
used for that purpose. It in so wonderful in'
I its effects, trutt a wineglass full will digest
I hearty m-l. and a little of it taken before
I breakfast will give a tone to the stomach which
few medicines possess the power of doing.
The MANDRAKE PILLS may be taken
with entire safety by all ages and conditions,
; producing all the gol result that can be ob
i laim-d from calomel, or any of the meren'rial
i medicines, and without any of their hoxtfulor
injurious results. 1 hey carry out or the sys
tem the feculent and worn-out matter loosened
and dissolved by my Seaweed Tonic and Pul
monic Syrup. It will be seen that all three of .
my medicines are needed in most case to cure
- AtJENTS. iyl
fJOSTtfX ' (fc ergc C. Goodwin fc Co.
NEW YORK IVmas "Barnes & Co.
BALTIMORE S. S. Hance. ,. i r
PITTSBURG Dr. George H. Keyset-.
CINCINNATI F. E. Suire fc Co., and John
r - . D.-Park. r . "
. CHICAGO Lord i Smith, and Ii. Sr.,vi
ST: LOUIS Collins Brothers,
j SAN FRANCISCO Hosteller, Smith, Den,
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