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THOMPSON fit CO.
ItCTSERTS & SHELDON
Have reduced the Prices
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IE ask.the F armor W e&ll and exm
Vj injr our stock of . i .,
, which, consistjn part of
Coinbiaation Steel I3owiS
Cortis' Iron Beam; '
: Fostoria Cast Plow,;
Cortf Plows, '
SJbovel Plows, double and single
" Culdv&tora, iJZr-i '
Road Scrapers,-- ' ' ;- - '
Corn Sbellers, ironjand wjood
fctraw uutsers, , T( Ti ' . ,
Horse Ilakes, t;v , " ... . -..!
Horse Fork- f ; '
Hoes and Forks, ' ' "
Rakes and Scythes,2 '' f ' y
Grain Cradles," :.rT;. '!"..". .
Scytlie Sticks and Stones,
Shovels and bpades;
Chnras, TaL's, Pails, Bi-ooms,
Clothes' Wringers, ' : : .,
Spinning Wheels and Reels."
Sheep Shear? and Wool Twine,
'Land Plaster; , . .
. Water Lime,
Stucco, &c, fec
Together Vitb. a eompleie tock of . .
House and Barn Trimmings,, .
BuUlfi'rs? and Farmers'-Hardware,
Tin and Sheet Iron ' Ward, .' V
r . "AU of whieh w o(tr t ' ,-ta ".
Prices t which t- defy". tJompetition!
; . ALSO -A'gENTSFOR JHE -
t CHAMPION' ,
Mo wer & Reaper
" Cider Mills- - - - ;
Buckeye Wood Sawing 'Machines,
Fairbanks' Scales ;j,
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Is order, an4 w 41 jOHr orders
with 'deppateh. - . ' :
. ROBERTA & 6HELDON.
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WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THElft NUMEROUS UUSTOMEKS THAT THET
. - . U A YEL 3 CJRJ TtSiNSD jROil NEW YORK AVITH A . ? -.
. SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF-
T! V MES'AND tToY'wEAR OF
4.1 H I
Piece r6Ms,H31bths Gassimers, Hats and - Caps
'x. Gents Furnishig Goods, Trunks and Valises.1
ME R C H A N T
- . Done to order, apd a manner unsurpassed elsewiere.' '
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ft ' WH0LESALJ3 AND
Drugs, Medicines,-: Paiiils,- Oils,
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper,;Gurtains,- &c:, ; :
ESIRES to call the attention of the citizens of Sandusky and adjoining Counties,
(S hirf Larfra and Cdinpletf Stocl&
"rplying the teon4 of all tht people, for the
well ordered Drug isd Book StorbT Do you '.want. any. PATENT MEDICINES,
LINIMENTS, BALSAMS, Plasters, Extract.. Pills, Paiu Killers, Eye Water. Ac
Call 'at 'McCXJLLOCim gi ,
DO TOLT WANT; ANY KIND OF MEDICIWES ROOTS, POW
DERS, Gnras, Tinctures, Essences, Oils, Chc.raicals, &c,',"' J''-wn. :
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. Do Von Want aar Kind
EUFUMERY. llAIR "OILS.' Hair Pomades. Hair and Whiskers' Dye. Colojrnos.
r! lilef tUter, feav.vikor, JV-otli
Chiving CuaMi, ShalirigfeoMs,.or)ther
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By calling at
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DO VqUtWAKTfAtpRSTjRATE MAR f r. ? ; ; .vr:
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tip top PORTMONIE 4r;P0CEit 1j60K,' warranted to hold Mon
5u't take It, oul .:0'o. ' ':;f.; . McCULLOCITS.",
O you want a
Vfif Voii dou
y ifleorogicai, niecticaiy cenous or r unnv
4 RE yf u alKiui. to Pait-ypur lloupef
ft. a 4.,. vn- iu 1 u r
and ygu wjll sureU7-buy..f hWik -And-io'
.. ... DtiriTrimj n utt ttjtttjt 11 )
f w" a ci v ujvrc a. uui. wuaua mm uAii, yva wiu juwaya ana jusi we one
to suit t STEEL PENS, SLATES, .INS. :&c, cords of themTalways ,.", '; 'jVf... :
' J v-id, r.' -Gto Wfoiinrf andfor eyery1 price, at McCULLOOHS.
DO 5you want. a COAL OIL LAMP.! (and who would bum candles these di
Yfu.- will always find WXarge AssortmenCall' Styles and .Prices. .," COAL
Wways on Hand at iicUUbLAJVUa.
'Astteaf pure as it is possible to obtain them, always on hand' for MEDICAL and
MEDICINAL purposes only, can t found at McCULLOCH'& ; .;.,;'; ;
IN- ADDITION TO -THE MANY- ARTICLES ENUMERATED, ABOVE,
! You will always find an endless variety of '" ' '
FOOLSCAP, LETTER, COMSlEllCIAL NOTE & BBLLET PAPER
With every description of Plain and Fancy, EN VELOpES to match. . , ...
Fancy Goods, Iticnles,'Ies''Bags,lPortfolios,rIIair, Cloth, Tooth,
- Nail, Paint, and Shoe, Brushes, Feather Dusters,, Ac.,. Jta & c V -1'.". .
ON 3SS?;1"TO ORD MOHEr-
, ,It is conceded by all, that- - -'
McCulloch's Family ; Medicines!
. BILAre equalled fJr curing all diseases for which 'they are recommended. ' ' ;
THE BALSAM OF HOARHOUND, for Coughs and Colds. ",,."...,.;
THE'BONE AND' -iRYS'LDirAiir8K1V Vor Paunia'StrMna,..''4' !" .
PIARRHEA MEDICINES,' for Diarrhea and 8ummer Bowel Complaints." "
MCCULLOCH'S PILLS,' the best in use. ' ' ' " ,..
:. HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS. i' A " '
r: RINGBONE OINTMENT.' Js,r : .".V '-' ? 'V t.
The Medicines are all Waerantep, try them and you will be satisfied
No. 3, Buckland Block; f.V JTCMONTPHIO.
' I New Dry Goods-Store !
NEW GOODS. FffiL 0M866:
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Hermon, Smith So -Wilson, I
KCL i. ,VALLETTE UR IC1 JULOCK. I'REMOiVT, OHIO.
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HAV1KG md lrg arepurationaor the bacinwa of the pre"nt Seamn, wa Uka plawar ia lformin ear
caatoman tlt wn tvtly u ihibitUM! liallowin $ liaw at Gu-i, at t'.LOIFST. rkft prie: . ,
DRESS GOODS, v J
1 DOMESTIC BRITISH W COXT1XEXTJL, Kml.r;ir.e plain and fncj imob.h- fmhrici; COHVRUS of "a'i
I " "i.Z.t. T:h ii.l.k AI.PACCAf,: TJHTJ.y CHECKS in TarlstT of cloth: ALEXAXTiKIA .nrf Vlfi
rnitlJ CORDS; COLOIIRV rnifiCESS u.ujh", moimr D(rar; VIATHSM, qualatita;ll
,toAnetIUCXVH'i MiLliUMIUXO SOUD BLOCK CHECKS.! dilfemit fabriw.'ana aa aad-
lh Tmrifty of VRKSl fUUUIJa un-ire iu nui ! ' iM..i.. ,
: SHWlIS CLOAKS,
Wnk'apcilU amkradnj all the noTeltiea of tha aa. t , r . B
WHITE GOODS,vl ;
In alt amortiwnt, oonswtlng in part of Jaconet., CamrtM, Nainiooks, Hair Carta, BrillUntse, Malta, Swisia ,
BiahopLawae, Victoria utwna, sc.
Oct Stock "ia' ExtenatT ana Complex
We aiika thlaliliBg hraoeliof onr Trade, alwayeeelling thara at tlie iroallut poeMbla ajrance on New York
aoet, large line cf pavfrioti.ShWiiiga, nnim,tripea, chckF,euttM riaamla, jTickingi, kc.ta. .
- HOSIERY '-cloves;
ConaietinK of Woolen, Merino and Cotton llonierj, all make, and aits, for Gentlemen, I.adiea, Milaea and Child
na'a wear.' Kid Cloraa the two bsat and ojoat popular makev Alxaader'a and Danton'i th beat in tha world,
alao tleecr line Kioa, Baacy lined Mertao aa Woolttioreaaa Ja?e aanstri t t .
ConaiKting in pa-t of Shtrtingr Klaanala,. Operas Itinera
burjt Flanneia, LAtuee bioioa, aj o..
200 Paria; bought aioce tha greit daaiiae,froia the reaant'anatioa ailaa.
Alao foil lineaof the (ollowinr ood bought at the recent premise initw York: SUIs$, CUtkt, Cmttimert,
Emirtriirria, L.rtt. HalmnritU, Hoop ,hkirts Linen Gudi, Drnptrin, f'aea, Bihmtvr, Trimming; Bnllm;
irnbnr (.'ma, .Vira. Sm ' Onr entire stoek of Falland Vintwtioada ia NKW, a fact we weald
tor remenr, aa we had not adollara worth of Old flonda oa hand. Thua not osly airing oar aBtomera
toe betutlil ill thi loaett prieca: hut aelling them New and Fre'h Goad". We hare alao a toe aeanrtinent of Car
pat.. .4- - ' ; ' - ' - UEBMON, S.niTH WlUtOS,
Wnm oLOtOs, OcibaT aM-l. . .. .. ' --- ' .
tint ! a I.
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EVERY STYLE & QUALITY.
it! fir! nliKJ
T A I E OBI Kft?
DRYFoos :&t brother;
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EXAILiUEAtER'IN- fsJra .t
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oi Goods. and bis arrangements for 'sup.
year 1865, in any of lhose articles found in ,
g0 to Mcculloch's. ;
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of . -
Biwdere, iliiakerchfef Extiratts, Lfp Salve,
Soaps, - - yu will certainly find all of the best
w V'-- - o 4tvj. w iUM, kirn j f
; or iScnool iiooks of ai
any kind f 'Do, you
Be sure-to. call on.,M'CULJ.OCH
OILS, "C3LASS7 ,fcUTTV.&Chi7
forget to look at those Beautiful, New,
y our louse look like a Palace, for. rery
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Flancala Bob Roya, Plain ,ind Twilled Fltniielf f alli-
Agricultural and Practical.
; Th follow iug parody on that lately popular
ODg' ."Father come Home" is a decided hit at
the. extra vga nee ' practiced in Metropolitan cir
Cea.' 'jrt.ls entitled. -
FATHER COME DOWN.
Oil,' father, dear father come down with the
tamps. . , v f.,.W;
Mt dresamaker'a bill ia unpaid f' ' "
She said she would aend it right home from the
At soooraathe flounces were made.
My new dress from Stewsrt'a 'ia' down in th'e
hall, ' ' '
. The boy will not kavewithout pay
I've nothing to sport with can't go to the lall?
So please aend the shop-boy away.' " '
Oome downCome down!, pme.dowD.' j .;
Please father, dear father, come down! : ... ,-.
Oh, hear the sweet Taiga uf mjr child,
i Who cries in her room all alone e "- ''
j Oh, who could resiather moat pitiful tears;'
: So'fether, with atampa youll come down. '
Oh, father, dear father, conie down with the
; : ' stamps, .... ,)... i . ... -J, :t tt '
. My curia ara not iu to Laaeun r. .y.:-:'.i :
The hairdresser said he wooldootiJ; themjvp,
i Uatess I could pay hitu fifiaen ', '
He only asks twenty to give a new set,-
And take tae old hair in exchange; ... ;;
Besides pa, my waterfall's awf uly rough, , .
"Xcd ao my "bacS hairwllllook MtranEe."
Dome down I Come down!"Come down!
' Please father, for Braitean eoma down! 1 j--'
Oh, hear the aweet voice of thy child, fcc.
v'--.;r i :"'.n '..timi8Vf
j .AViss PovjtRBS.T TLe harder the wood
the higher sthe. poliBL ..One. man, cries,
"There's a well, another puts a piynp in
it. Prayers and prorender never hindere4
any man's journef. ' Experience arid wiB1
doiri are Ihe two best fortune tellers. The
do'vetous "' man makes a half-penny ' of a
I farthing; and a liberal man' makes A six-
pence -wiw , , tuuuiQ m a "f 5
never 'cprnes tp fruit. If folly were pain,
we suould , hare 1 great prying Jn . every
house. Your looking glass will tell you
what friends never will. - Thei man ti&
speaks plain truth is a cleverer fellow than
he is generally taken for. ' JThe snail looks
around, the house, and thinks' it Is the
whole worldr ""T""" , .
, j j,,,, .,riV. h..s . B- , l.li'-Ly 1
j AccouiB.To'"tegin i-.-the; new-year
siright when it comes, -the old y ear must
be Jinisned rightly? Farmers aTrvery apt
to run into' careless habits about. their ac
counts :not" so much in roorieytransacr
tions as in their stow vbi lis, especially
where the farm' products are' eeldom-sold
for money, but are exchanged for family
groceries. Go over all accounts, and get
ready to commence with-a clean balance
sheet January 1st, 1867. A plain account
book has prevented '- many a law suit, for
it is the very beat witness, a man' can take
into couiVprovidedrit Jia been-regujarl
and accurately iepLrAHwrkuu Ayricu
ralitL . .'.r - - -, . ..: i-.., a
Dress. AVe are informed' that walking
dresses are invariably made with a plain
and close-fitting bodice, and with a waist
band aiid long sash ends;' tLe baiid is fasC
ened either at the side or lux-k. i,T6 im
part smartness to the toilet, when the dress
is short and worn over a woven or colored
petticoat in color. -, . Dresses in the fwrreatt
style are becoming popular in the draw
ing room?. In-, this style the. -petticoat is
really- the dress for the- bodice is joined to
if, and the dress skirt 'sinks Into insignifi:
can$e, pin wverin tte:Bjick, and bjlf.i
the sidesl The 'fourreau waist, . is, carresj
en revert on the front, "but on the back
also. V hen. long sleeves are worn J,hey
jiluji.iijvariabfy match the ' under' skir.t.
Thus the dress is sunk, and the ; petticoat
predominates. 'Short jacket for the hoas,
and even for morning shopping, are, made
of black Jcloth, dotted all over with' yellow
silk, after the manner of ,'et dotting, and
trimmed, about the ege with a heavy yel
low 'cord. Sometimes jockey jacket are
made in this .'style, and iiavePare gold
buttons to fasten them in front and orna
ment them behind. The" immejise pock
ets are also fastened down with gold but
How to Choose Horse.
A writer in the London Spectator gives
some advice about the selection of - a fam
ily horse, which we copy below.--:
'.'It -need scarcely be said : that a car--riage-horse
is often pleasant for riding,-though-conversely
it. may be improved by
it. .Practically, -therefore, a horse is not
likely to da more than one thing . well.
This extends even to its paces. ; Tbetiigh
action' of- a good trotter is often, accdmpa
nied by 'a,' slow, rather minting walk '; but
a horse that gallopsavvell is- pretty certain
to cover ground rapidly in walking. - We
who is a tolorable horsemfan - had better
ohooee a higli-couraged horse-' A badly
bred horse may often be a strong, Lardy
animal, but it will knock up if it ia pushed
while the thorough-bred ought' not to. be'
chosen for pounding along turnpike roads,
as its legs will not stand constant hammer
ing. J. A cob had, better be avoided, un
less. its history is known, as no horse is
more likely to be tricky. " For" several
reasons it is better to buy a horse nndcr
seven years old. ' With sueh a olie a reli;
able' giiaranty of age 'can be procured,
whereas the horses that are just aged, that
is to' say, just eight when they come into
the market, occur in' numbers that -might
battle a Quetelet. Again, horses are so
badly used and so overworked in England,
that it h quite uncertain how much strength
an eight or nine-year horse may retain.
As a rule, nt animal that has been hacked
at such, places aa Brighton or Oxford -ought
to be bought. After a year : or two of
such work the month is generally spoiled
and the sinews of the leg go. Some per,
sous consider color an indication of tem
per, and distrust bright chestnut. ' 'We be
lieve' the rule is sound, but the exceptions
are numerous. . The ears and the' eyes of
a horse,- when it is first led out, when its
mouth is bandied, when a whip is shaken
near"Tj"and"when it is backed, are much
better criteria' of 'anger, no less . than of
fear, and are easily recognized. . Irish
horses, excellent as fencers, are apt to be
of difficult temper. A horse sometimes
I overhangs its fore legs, so to speak. "This
is a dangerous-fault, as the center f graV
ity being too far' forward, the beast is like
ly to stumble, A horse with its belly
'tucked in,' as it is called, that is to say,
going -up backwards, as in a griffin a
fault more common in carriage horses than
in hacks feeds and fattens badly,-and
will -wear, out rather sooner than another.
Ladies and cockneys are a little apt to ad
mire thin-ehesteJ, spindle-shanked horses.
Of 'cottrse '.thia is a mistake.' ' A , deep,'
broad.ehe&t is indispensable for wind, and
a thin-boned leg will be easily knocked to
pieces. " . We have mentioned only the
points that an experienced purchaser" can
remark for himself, and that do not enter
into warranty. As to positive vices or dis
eases, he can only guard against them by;
buying through a respectable veterinary or
from an honest horse-dealer. We believe
the common -opinion about the especial
rascality of the trade to be a mistaken
one, and we would sooner buy ourselves
from- a dealer than from a private owner,
who is apt to form a fancy estimate of his
propertyt and is often ignorant of any un
sound nes or trickB.H ' '' ' -i
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oa which his book traati- fieoicine sent toan, part
of the world. '
aa A II Af.cn I One chance in evarv
own worthy toeaueuuon of an aeHva fco.i-
ness aau, to ta.e tne exclusive agency lor the aale
of BaaDrTRKbT'a KraBhR Mcctoixa axi Wkatbrk
Stairs, si plied to thea.dea, bottonj, t p,aad centre
of tloureauu w:udus ol evtiy deter iption- The rale
of the arMeletaaraoiui anything ever offered before
(of n airent, ana oue which from 10 to $ia per day
ran be made. Any perou wishing to bHler their oc
cuiAlionshonid send for an Ageot'a Circular. The
firstwhoapplyatoureaUrgata. Terms for mould-.
lng,ah, . . J.K.bRADSTBfcST,
; I "'"' 7 Washington Street, Boaton, Mass.
Washes Well! Wears Well!
THE GENUWE M1G1C BUFFLE.
rpHEsE go&d,haring the above trade mark on Ihe
Box aud Card, are warranted to measure six full
arda in each piece, aud to .WEAR and WAS Baa well ,
aa any made bv htnd.
. The Gimjisk Maeic Ecrrxia, still mannfaeund
by the criginal inventors and patentees, oa superior
machin. ry, from the beat materials, and nnder care
ful supervision, have withstood the teste of six geatra'
fconstant use, giving invar. ably satisfaction.
"Manufactured by Tsrar Maio BrFVLa CoaFAXT,
5 Chambers S-reet, New York. AlaiManufacliueia
of Jtufie Fluting trout. Home-made t'tfitt.
. Hammonton Fruit Lands.
rpB BVeat opportunity to aecuie a home; mild and.
X haltby climate; soil suitable for all eropa; tha
aeat J.'mic Land in tht Union; best of marketa be-
ing New York aud Philadelphia; from $-00 to (00
peracr denied from small fruit-; a large population
already located; hundreds are aettilng; good at aietr ;
pe:fe;tly hea thy; soft water; all advantages Lands
for sale in and around Uieramous Hammonton Frnlt
aattleaient, 80 Kilea from Philade'phia, A large tract
Is -now divided iLto faima to ruit the acuial settler.
Price fo'iO acres and upwards from (20 to $30 per
aere.? five and th acre tots for sale Terma libeia'.
MUe perft-ct. Forfull inhumation address ByaAas k
JoMS, Haamnnloa, New Jersey. All letters an.
swarad. ; , t ; ..
Un Wadatvorth'a Ury l p for the Ca
. t ...:'H " -i-, tarrli. i .
fl'KE DRV lP aU (jnicklv anl surely. A aiugla
I bottle of Lis utmaliy sufficient to .-ffect a Perma
nent Cure. - ve lecemmend to every one who hta
tha Catarrh, tixoar iu ita incipient stage oa-in ile
worst form, to fry he Keuiedy at once, and you wi 1
fareaaeed.ut inata praisee.- Piice SI per b,ttle
Send stauiplor pbsrcphlel. K. raala by the propri
etor, 11. H. BUKKrWSTOK, Druggist. PiovWfnce, R.
t. : Also bytmith at Dwyer,Chicago; Farrann, Shely
A: Co'm Detroit, aud by ilrugiats geoerally.
CO ll Ml m ptio ii, Scrofula, Rbeumttiam. Jcc He- -yieiuan'H
t.cliuiue medicinal Cad Liver
Oil. -Oat Oil hiss'.ooa Uie UatotXUyara,andthoa
aods of patlenlaattriaote t:u:r rtc-very to i uee.
U is warrant. d pure. HEGHMAN k Chenuta
and Druirgiste, N - w York.
f CRNT.4 ta save iZ dollars, ilrgeman'a
aCO Pvnziue. lustaut y r. moves Paint auj Grease
Spotsvaud eieans Gloves, Silks, Ribbons, kc , ecual to
new. ; Sold by Drogglsti.. .
UAPl'Ki) BANDS as J Face, Sore Lipj. k cured
j at once ny me use oi llcgruian'y t uiuphor
l.lyccrme, aefpa u tanas aoit in the
Se tuat you get the Genuine. Sold
THE Miohlfeilett Iron 'A'onlo. '
ilcirenian'a Ferrated Elixir ol Bark.
A pleaaaut cordial ooiuainiug the actual principle
of Calitatn Bark aud Ptrophutfihett of Iron, Hold
by Druggtete. ' ; .
faiiorue Jumel'M itlamniurisi
P.-iteul lire aii tlavaior. To
Oavelen the torn- fchfsioioirlca Iv. Uatmt 3dS Canal
Stieet, N. Y. Send for circu ar. Sold by druggists.
front St5 Ceil IA The best t ra s ever offer-'
liPU edto-AgiuU oaa Nw Patented Article hnre
w sell in every family A Sample, with full parU-u.
lars sent bee by mail for 35 ceu s, that retails eaailv
tor 5. Address G. W J tCKduN at Co . No 11
South Street, Ba.timo e, Md.
SV.B,f0?Ta.,uuI ExP"-"" Male or
Jmjyj Female Agents, to Introduce a new and uae
lui luventiob, of almou'.e utility in every hou-etold.
nSeu. ui.ie,iuK vu woia on uunrataaion can earn
JU to rJ50 pertiay. orfullparticulars, en-
close stamp, aud adureas
W G WILSON k CO.,
. lieveiand, Ohio.
SfiTtf Wanted, Male and
eyO.OlJ Femaie, uia New, Light, fl-iaini Per
uawnt and Monorable business For particuUra
eaUonoraiireaa , A. O.HOWMA.N atCO,
116 Na.au St.,New York.
Breatl Mixlu and: Kneading Ma-cl.tHta.-F
or Faimue,, Uoleu, Keslsu ant.
add Bakers. By the saae action the Bread ia mixed
and kmaderl thoroughly and quickly, wi.uout tha
hand, touching tw nJur. They inure gmat eaviag
of lab.r, perfect cieanlioeat, oeriainty of good- bread!
andareclieap txc;usive S:ate. Coujty, and Town
Rights for aale, aflording a rare chance for ureal
gains, will small wp.ui. . Agent -wanted eVerv
whee. Apply personally tr b letter t0 C..W. FOR
BUS1I, Agent, 4j Cougreas Street, Bostian. Masa
Seed lor c.rcuiw. , .
,.. Gkxxd, byi-Aaa a.vb UrsibHT
Anl Cubiuel Orf;aiii?
WUoie-l5 and jrttii The btai Instrument madt,
warranted tor six yAm. IKwJ octara i'unot fur
$27iaud npwatvlw ;W4ntJ-bai.l Piauoa At bur inn,
prices from $tH) Mbtral discount ta Teach -
em n ij erpvina. factor jnil Wareroum, Ko..
48t BrtKi.wr. Ntw York.
BOHACK WATR'.S &C0.,Ua3Dfacture-a.
Bradlc)' litpx Ellpiio
trot Bod or Hrsk ! ike tlin tprinex. '
They are Toth iurti'p. Kconoittcil acJ StjImb.aDd
ai prewrre theirj.erfM!t acil pr.tjtf.il fhpa where
otlmr fiitrU i I'li-oexn a;tss wrWn
U i-8(m, Urndlry St Carj , 7 Chap h-raaSt.,
ThcRond to Beauty, iiealih, tic Fortune !
Over 4'J00 Tbijis Worth Knowing.
Iaforrrtlion if prlce'eas Ta'u" tn rven hotly. .nt
postpaid for 50 ontu; 4 ropipti SI 00. Adrtrpiw t'5
ION H OK AmiociATiOXeaivrrcaB, N'ew York.
TO LiDlES .WD CEIVTS.
Lalcatttykn JetBabberLonsCba.es lscgth of th
cbaifl4 leftT10rt. -Latent
style Jt Robtrir Breat Pin. ."0 cent a.
J.ate9t iiyla Jet Ruhbar Kur Rinija. rOcent.
Geatu' la'ftt style Jet Hnhber Yort Chain. 60 cent.
Cy,ll articlM MiDtv brvail Fir. n rvcefpt of
the above prfces. M&nar.ctura by PHI UP Hil.L,
No. m Vvkct Btrwt, PbllAotlphi.
. .. BUT ; , :
OBACK'8 BTOHACB BITTERS, altar ,
year of experience and trial, have
proven to ba tha beat remedy ax tan I
for all cotnplaiDla wbera a tonic and
stimulant are required. They never
uui to atrengtnen toe areas:, impart
Tigor tn tha atrong, and Id all raspecta
restore shattered and broken-down
constitulioon. No remedy lias been
received with aa much favor tia Ho-
aaca'a Stomacm Bmtu. In Chicngo
VER 50,000 bottles were sold ' l. one
drug-house in tha past year. It fa ad
mitted bv our most learned physicians
that Dr. TMJBACK'9 6TOMACH BIT
TKK3 combine the properties ..of a
geuUe laxative, an efficient anti-bilious
agent, and tha best stomachic known to.
th world. BOBACK'S BITTERS should
ba need by convaleacenta to strengthen
: tha prostration which always follows acuta
' disease. In the
TLIOL'9 districts of the West "and
S-Milh there ha, for a lona time, been
mri-h neciod an article of STOMACH
BrfrKKS, v.hi.-h, if taken in proper
quantities, and nf the proper time, are
a aura preventive of Bilious Fever,-'
Keverand Ague, Mver Complaint, 1j
pepsm, lndigest4n, Jaimdiue. Kidney
Complaint, and air difensew of aimilar
nature; and are I titer t," a preventive
for biliou derangement, regulating v .
Nn LttrencOieniu? ihe system, and eiv-.
ini; Ion to tlTf niiretif organs, thfm "
any other Li.owii rmMv, Nov thnt
the nar is over, there will Va thouanniA
Mkinff horrrr in th Potrth. No pt
eou who frillies his life should go ther '
" frithout harfng constantly. band th
in i i r.ivj, ns BHifgni.ru Hiunstcpi J
lienitc and ninliidtrs enrenderetl bv mi-
fiTn :md po!luifd wnter. -TinfHern' "
tit rP!u.(ots of th mnk nver-bot- .
?oiM . . i.
nl(pni n dyTfepsi, or as itjs more
icoiiHiionlr called Soar Stomach, and
t :). ! i no more certain 'remedy than
Kfhftt-k S:oma;h 'Bitters.' They are
never known to tail. -
ING cnoKRA has always been ...
A sure onreu .
i found, in ihe ,-
It. ROPACK'S BCANUINA
VI N KKMKFihE-t. Kef p the bowels
afcn :fh tlw- Pdh, imd invimle the
-tein by fn-e ush of the Stomach
H'itTei-vor. tf the blood be thin, we the
t't'H :m tnraliiable remedy should ba
k-M tn etery family.' Keep the system
m full riiii-r aiul nothing ia to be feared
f.oi. dim or cholera. THE OLD'
KKI.I.lRI.K. I mi ii'.t 1 deceived by
put-liamg any of tha quack nostruma
tin-l.T the vjinoiia nsmes of Bitters."
Pur..i!i-e now othr birt Trr. r.OHACK'3
PTMCH BI TIKRH, whierV ar com
fK.t.n.11 .if. !e- fuireat draAi, and ha
ah., h ilii- itiii. ifl inn n lity
PfliHCE, 7,' ALTON & COMPANY,
'Socweerw te 0. W. Roback,)
.... .Hi. 3H. HO a h.I lit Kant Third Strtd, .
'Are So!d by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
April 13, ISC lijl . "
AS 8PRIK8 AND BCHlf KR approarh, many Diaeaaes
develop the maalTee la th system, having "theiy OR-
ivui in an
' IMPCRI 8TATE OF THS BLOOD,
- avea Aa ' - -
Serolu la, Cnlaueoue Diaeaaea, Bolt. Can
ceron rormatinus, teller Alier.
tleua or tbelr KJodrvd ItiDSaaea.'
How caa heaa ailnecta ba removed or prevented!
IMPROVED BLOOD; SEARCHER
and ., , ; , .
fa the PHYSICIAK that CA. 11 UX m.d-nois CVM
above anectioua, and REJ10V Ball IMl'l i!ITlt8. This
medicine I not a mere-'liosTarx," 1 se miMiy of Its
elaaa, bat a g-esmsM oletar, rendering ti a wbich was
lurrEa, Pcaa; 8tii:hti.vo the BLOUU to eialtuy
aotiok and aa a ccaaeqaeDC invigorating the whole
ajratssa. it is tha awat aaiaowa peeparativai ol th cay,
K. K. SJEXLUHS dt CO.,
Sola Pruprietora, Plttabu rail, Pa.
- AS A FAMILY H1EVIC1KK,
Havb Yor Daraxaaiox or f riaiTs: ,
Hava YouLossoFArrariTE? ' .
Aaa You Naavoca aifD laaiTAstal' - i.
Aaa Too ortoariva Haairr ' .' -.i:
B ava Yon Yim ia ran Sma ajio IluaDacaal -
Hat Yob a Shaj.uw CoHrLzxiox?
If ao, to Insure ' ' .'
SPEED V ACTIOA,
a-- " A.ND ', '- ,'
MABlB CSC OF
Seller's Celebrated Liver Pills,
Which have atood for 30 year unrivalled . ,
FOB THB CURE OF ' '
Liver Complaiut, Costiveness, Sick Heatt-
ache, and ali Mulwus Disorders.
H.'.E. SEIXCK'S'A: CO..
1 Thia Worm Medicine
HAS HO SUPERIOR, IF AN EQUAL.
Ia thia or any other Country .
Everv year thonaandsof children die from thia horri
ble evil Thia alarming; mortality loodly ealls for la
araaaea wa-cntnjness,ana . .
Grtater Care in the Selection of the Remedy.
LET PHY3ICIAN8 SPEAK.
The Beat iu Cae.
HERE 18 THE PROOF: - "
Licai.iG Statio.v, Ky., Dee. 17,184$. -
llr.R. F. Hellek: Your Vermifnre possessed more
virtue than any I evernrl. iwiustate a caaewherel
aave one vial. Uv brother'a ehild was ninina and wast-
iDr. to a mere skeleton. In thitysfx hours after 1 car
the Vermifuge, the euormus quantity of npverdt of tix
hundred woimt vert pmtttd. Theehild that was fiviaup
rerlost, I aawaa weiias any in in. neiirnonrnooa.
. AUBB0SG ANRETT.af.D.
R. E. SELLERS .V CO.. i , 4
Sole Proprietors, Plttabnrgh Pa.
H(Q) W . 3? WEDEIE!
talented May 29, 1S66.
This is aa article for washing with on t rubbing, except
ia very dirty places; which will require arery flight rub.
ana uniue omer preparauoue ouerru ior a nae purpose.
WILL NOT ROT THI CLOTH US, but Wi'l leaTe them lOUfih
writer than ordinary nwthodjs withont the usual wear
and tear. It remOToa ureas spots at u by magie. ann
softens the dirt by soaking, so that rinsing will in ordin
ary ca" entirely remove it. This powder is prepared in
accord-. re with chemical seienoe, and npon a process
peca.iar to Ueif, which Is sennred by Letters Patent. It
has been tn us tVr more thyn a year, and has proved it
self au universal favorite wner?er it has ben nsd.
Amonft the advanUgrs claimed are the fcllowiaat. Tht: It
s&tcs all the expense of soap usnally owd on cotton and
linen goods. It sares mor of the labor of rnbbinr, and
wear and tear. Also, for cleaning windows it is ncaur
paMsed. Vitheneqnarter the time and labor osuallyre
qaiiedit imparts a beaatifnl gloss and lustre, ninch su
perior to any other mode. Ji'o water required except to
moiateu the powder. Directions with eacH pnekae.
And can be readily appreciated by a single trial. Th
cost of wa hing for a family of fire or six persons will
not exceed tbkii ckkts. The enannfseturers of this
powder are aware that many useless ompounB have
bea introduced to the public which ;hare retted the
elotber failed In rameTing the dirt, bat knowing the in
trinsic exoellf nee of this art el, they eoofldeDtlr pro
claim it as being adanted to meet a demand which has
tone existed, and which has hereeofore remained nnsup
miUri. Itlannfaetured br BOWK 3T14.VEaN3.
. , . - . 'ibO Broadway, Boston
Also maRu'aetttnraor Family pye Colors, for tale
b wroeari tad 0elerteywywhare, iijnia, soi.i-.
COUSTIM of th West and auUtyind
the Tfilloy of the lLnsisippi and its,
rihntiirii s, ho'nld prorid themelva"r
with the B1TTKR3. There is nrobaMy"
one dismsm with which lutmkind are .
' atHicteU hi:h is the source of so many
: , - nuKh dieadtu .y the
i HA ' rwoiIe lint.' resorted U
E a. but with ,:tlle slMH'eHS
1 and I'tweotive a to be
This 1 the Am BRoaiA that Bingmadnl
This I th Cure that lay
In tha AuBKoaLA that Ring made.
';V. J Thia ia tK If an f, -A
Who now haa raven lrb.k. f h.w ...
I? &X - X. ;- , ,n ,;art that lay
.J . . . ' t J.
V , 7.. ia ui. juibhosia that itln7 made.
..Jf Tnia la th Maiden, handaoma aad
5fr ; A Who married the man one bald and
. " " n.s rn,v. iw. nicy J1 J .
J Ue need tho Ambkosia that King
. . siiauv. -
This Is the rarson.who. br th way,
Harried the luui.l. n, haudsoma ana
To the man once bald and crajr,
Uut who iiow luia raven iocka, they
Because he used the Cure that lay
In the Ajibuosia that Hing made.
i?1 This Is the TV rl tbst rinps svrsy
LH.TUBBS ft CD., Pro?sirroi!S, PrrEiraoRO', B.H
VEGETABLE - AMBROSIA
IS THE miRAfXE OF THE AGS!
Gray.beaded People havsthelr loetsreatored
by it to th dark, lnttrtmtt tilken trtttet of yoato. and
are fcappyl ....
Young People, with light, faded or red Hair, have
these ucfaahionabl colors charged to a beautiful au
burn and rejoice! ...
reoyie whose heals ara covered with LmndnJ ana
rwatera, nae .it. and. have clean coata aad clear aad
Raldheaded Vetera na have their ramatnln
loeka tlghtered, and the bs re spots covered with a lux-
anarjt growth el liair.ann dance ror joy!-
yowaruoirtiemen ese it beranse It is nea'y perrumeoT
Young Ladies use it because it keeps their Halria
placet ....,- .
Everybody swat and. arif uaei t, because it la the cfeaa
tti and aeat article in the market.
rr-Pal bv DOOLEY k BROS., Whol-al A rents,
Toledo, and S.BUCKLAND k SONS aad K.niLLON
w"-"' ironaUand Drng-aiBts (nerally.
USB PRATT dB BUTCHER'S
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
1 Warranted la of Rheomatitni, K aural gta, lialsi
The Best and Cheapest Hone and Cattla
Medicine In the 'Worldl
Offf throughout lk Uniiett State and Cant'
atlal during th latl 23 j tart.
For the cure of I!?? varlona Dlsenjiea to which
Uoraea and Cattle nra subject; aucn aa
Founder, Dtstem;', tilde Bonnd, Loaa of
Appetite, Inward titralns. Yellow Water,
r'tatnlo. Poll Evil, Sere tone or
Grease, Mange, Inflammation of the
' Eye, and Fatlgne from Hard Labor; -alao,
KhenmatUm, (commonly called
8tlu com plaint), which prove fatal to
ao many valuable Hnrsea In thia country
SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER
Has the largest sale ef any Horse and Cattle Medicine
tn this conn try. It Is composed of herbs and roots, and
for miMiMMs, safety, certalaryand thoroughness, stands
pre-eminently at the bead of the list of Mors mn&
It carries off all gross hrrraors, preTents horses from
kecotniisg stiff or Ibanderinc purines the blood, loosen
the skin, end gitee it a smooth and glotwy appearance,
eleanses the water and strengthens every pert of the
body. It to also a safe and certain remedy fce eoaghs
aad colds, which generate so many fetal diseases.
' : The Cow requires to besnpplied wlthanahnndanceof
txxl not to make hetr fat this la not desirable, bat to
keep up a regular secretion. of milk, and all owners of
cows wiU Arid by giving them
SZOAirS CONDITION FOVDSSI
twice a week, a large Increase in qnantity aud quality
' of ml!k and crmiu. It cani( off all fever and lt
pnritieti of the blood. Tbe eiTect is seen tliroughaut thw
eason by a rich and abundant flow of milk.
The farmer in beginning te be aware of tb valuable
properties of Stoan' Condition JHPder9 la pro
moting the condition of his sheep aad preventing maiy
mf the diseases of ail tbe domesticated animals.
aA fifty cent package of Sloan' Condition
joteder put Into a barrel of awtll la batter tbaa twa
bnabels of corn to fatten a hoa, and la a certain pre
ventive of Hog Cholera, Blind Staggers, and ethar
. diaeaaea common among hogs.
' CA 17 TO.V To protect onraelvea and lb. publta
from being Imposed upon by worthleas tmllatlona, th
genain will bear th aa nmilt signature of tha Pro
. priator on the wrapper.-,
PRI0K 2S 60 CI3. PER B0TTLB.
Ear Sal by Druggist and Merchant everywhere.
Sola Proprietors, Chicago, UL
I. a Drawer M2D.
' ' ' AT WHOLESALE BY
' ' D00LEY & BR0.,
WEST & TRUAX,
AT RETAIL BY
S. MUCKLAND & SON, .-.
E. DILLON fc SON,
Piso's Cure fo r Co n s u m p 1 1 on,
JF TOU HAVE Consumption, try it
If you have a Cough, try it.
If you have Lung or Throat Disease, try it
If you have any of the ay niploma of thia 'iread
ful disfasc tlo not fail to try Litis remedy. If it
does you no good vonr money will be refunded
4s wt forth in the circular which acroinpaniea
Sold by UK. J. W. GOODSON A SOX.
DR. E. DILLON 4 SON,
. . Fremont, Ohio,
-tff-HOW MANY CASKS OF FATAL
DISEAS K HAVE YOU KNOWS OF WHICH
THE FIRST SYMPTOM WAS A SLIGHT
RpcmniPnriefi tor th treatmtut of DvRperveie, lndtsrs-
t'on, (.enoral D-.bi'.ty, r.nd Fovtr a'id A rue, and war
t.tvd to coe. Invented by-Dr. (J. C. S.iifK. It tn a
vetratable compound of thirteen distinct rta', and h
approvvtl aid pw?c.fct by the veiieal profession. A
physician who has mide ne of it in bin practice says
It is barmiess while it u potent r nor dti it, a In tbe
ratte with man iiJicias, leave a shattered constitu
tion ta bin trwnk." roId hy all arufrirists.
OiUUN SKLNEH ft CO., Sole Proprietors.
10yl. - 8priBga14, Man. -
C it'&i- S'J o "rouae the people aad and iray
i&LLsV" l'n, fort, which hi-redoes lay
titSli -sfSia t te tha AMUHomA that Sina made.
. pattnt ilttbitints.-'
WHY SUFFER WITH THIS "
'." ' - . '--
Dangerous 9l Loathsome Disf ase
WHEN IT '
Can be Cured !
' ' ' ' a.
Fadicatsd from the SjsJem ,
" . ':
BY THE USE OF . -
lily u 1U .
will cam.T BUUIT in
Unless Cheches' ia it incipient stage.
3TIT NEVER TATLSlf
Cm WariM il Direclicns 'wt folcf-1.
X3T SINOLg BOTTLES WILL LT A IICKTn.
CA T A R R
COLD IN THE HEAD . v
Canard oj eoVaai-vasaeraliaaa. t
WEAK EYES !
raased by Catarrhal aSsetloaa.
.. SENSE OF SHELL ..
When lessened or destroyed.
by tLi rraraoy. . 4
- - - . - - ' . ,,.-- ., 7
x- . - . -.-.
. '.- t .... a V-' . --w- . i
Ara n-ore freqaeatly tbaa otbeiwtew eaaatdbya
thick, slimy mneoaa, falling from tb bead, aaaeelald
ly during the sight, aad naultlng bom Catarrh, aa- -
ate eared by '"'
Dr. Scelyc's .
Tb symptam of Catarrh ar at diet very slight. '.
Persons And they have a cold, that tbey hava fra
q nent attacka, and ar mar sensitive ta tae changes
of temperatnra. Iathl condition the no may be
drv, or a sliah t discharge, thia aad acrid, alterwarta
thick and adheaiv, may eoauaw
aa the diseaa bemt chronla, tb discharge ara
Increased in quantity aad enured la epulity; tbey
are now thick and heavy, aad ar hawked or oogb4 d
off. Th secretion are oleo'lve, can. ing a bad .
brtatb; tbe seaseof smell ia lessened or destroyed;
dea oess frequently tab place.
Another oommoa and important symptom of Cat
arrh ia that tbe person is obliged to clear his throat
In tbe morning or a slick or slimy maeoua, which
baa fallen from tb head daring th night. When
tbis takes place, tbe person, nay be ran that hfatdla- -ee
ia oa its way to th laag,aad ahonld looea nav
tern ia arresting it.
Tbe above av but a few of ab many Catarrhal '
symptom. Writ to onr Laboratory far ear aaa-.v
pn let describing fnliy all symptom; it will be sent
FFKK to any addrera. Also diretrtten where t .
prrenre the medicine.
We are receiving letters from all part of tho Ua
lon.and also nnmerons teetimoeiala from tho aaiaf
it bearing lb evidence of ita infal'ik' menta.
I3r" Tbi remedy eanta;na no asawevwl or aweasweaa
inrreditmtt, bat is prepared from vegetable ntnela
txclntitlt; tberatora it ia wtrfteihf aarsWasa, ma
to the wk at tender and delicate ebif d. An
loll for Setltt-t Catarrh Rrmedf. and tab-aa
other. It not aold by drnrgista ia yonr vicinity, they
will order it for yon. Price ta 0 per botll. .
all person auKering with any afTeetioa of tb
Heid, Throat or Langs, sboald write at ones lor oar
pbampblet fully describing ail syasptoara peitainiag
to the abov diaeaaea.
It will be scat free to aay addreaa.
Dr. D. H. SEEL YE t Co.,
. t RBKPORT, IUJNOIa - .
Sold by Wboleaal and Retail Draggial.
John D Taik, Cincinnati, Ohio; roller, Finch k
Fuller. Chicago, 111) Barnhama k Taa Schaaek, Cbl-
ego. Ill; Demae Barva a Co, Nw York; D Haaecra
Co, BotTslo JV T; Barrand, gbeley a Co, Detrraa, - . .
Mich; Weeks Potter, Boaton. Masa; Frerch. Ulnar
arris k Co, Philadelphia, Pa; R t Seliera a Co. lmr
lurjru Pa: Collins Bra'a, St Lonia, Mo; Baiw "'
Ward aCn.Kew Orleava, l..;R A BoMnaoa a) Co! Jt
InLiilleKy; Bigley Bro, eleaarhi. Tvan; T if
Oepny. Richmond. Va; Tbompsen k Bloeb, Fsl;K
more,bld; Dexter a Nelleger, Albany, N T; Strrag a)
Armstrong, Clevelaaa, Ohio; Wm Jebwatea, Drtroift
Mick: WHaoa Paten 4 Co, LoalsvlUe, Kv.
.(TMaaSjl , - .