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[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.
TO MY HUSBAND.
- Over the wnste of ytars I sea
A faint light glimmering now;
And over my In-art there .tenia a calm,
And a peace rests on my brow,
Twas only a little while ago
And the chalice was running o'er;
Now It Is drained, and I've nothing left
Of the past which ctin grieve me more.
Twa8 on llallow-cve that this wond'roiis
Stole o'er my weary breast
' Just as the winds sun; a requiem low
O'er the grave of a soul's unrest.
And I gathered the sounds as they float
For their uurslc was sweet to me,
As they brought me dreams of a better
In the years that were yet to be.
Now, while I sit in the twlllzht dim, ,
'Mid the shadows of that (lead past,
I know, by -the loy. which tills my breast
Why the old dreams did not last.
Ood grant that our lore and trust liny
Throughout every 111 nnd strife, '
Till both shall have passed from earth
To a better and purer lite.
DOT DE P.
CINCINNATI, 1866. Miscellaneous.
What a Rum-seller Contributes to
"Every individual in society is
expected to contribute something
to its advancement and interest.
We remember to havo read, years
apo, of a company of tradesmen
who had united themselves into a
mutual benefit society, and each
one had to relate what he could
contribute to its support.
First, the blacksmith came for
ward and said : .
4 Gentlempn, I wish to become a
member of your afsociation.'
4 Well, what can you do V
4 Oh, I can iron your carriages,
shoe your horses, and make all
kinds of implements.'
4 Very well, come in, Mr. Black
smith.' The mason applied for'admission
into the society.
4 And what can you do, sir?'
4 1 can build your barns and
houses, stables and bridges.'
4 Very well, come in ; we can not
do without you.'
Along comes the shoemaker,
4 1 wish to become a member of
4 Well, what can you do J'
4 1 can- make boots and shoes for
4 Come in, Mr. Shoemaker, we
must have you.'
' In turn, all the different trades
and professions applied, till lastly
an individual came in who wanted
to become a member.
'. 4 And what are you V
4 1 am a rum-seller.'
4 A rum-seller! and what can
you do V '
4I can build jails, and prisons,
4 And is that all V . .
4 No; l ean fill them. I can fill
your jails with criminals, your pris
ons with convicts, and your poor
houses with paupers.'
4 And what else can you do ?'
4 1 can bring the gray hairs of the
aged to the grave with sorrow ; I
can break the heart of the wife,
and blast 'the prospects of the
friends of talent, and fill the land
with more than the plagues of
4 Is that all you can do ?'
4 Good heavens l ' cries the rum
seller, 4 is not that enough.'
A Modern Rake's Progress
The old proverb that "a fool a .id his
money are goon parted,' has seldom been
more forcibly illustrated than in the case
of'ohnny Steele," lately tho young prince
of the Venango, Pa., oil region. ' His aunt,
the widow McClintock, owner of the rich
oil farm which bears her name, died in 1864,
leaving her nephew, then twenty years old
$100,000 in greenbacks. 650,000 in gold,
and the farm, which yielded an average
daily income of (200,000. The young lei
low, who had hitherto keen well behaved,
was ruined by bis good we should rather
say evil fortune, nnd plung'd into all
kinds of vice. He became a ready prey to
the gamblers, John Morrissey alone winning
from him llOO.OOO in two nights. The
largest estate can be rzhau (ted if its owner
is sufficiently lavish, and Johnny's property
proved no exception to the rule. He
squandered thousands on wine and women
bought jewelry and carriages only to give
them awsy, and having spent all, is now
only door-keeper to a company of min
strel. His rise and fall ought to prove a
lesson to other young heirs, but human na
ture is the same now as it has ever been.
Eveiy prodigal wants to "see life" fur him
self, and will be pretty sure, in doing so, to
Notiiino teaches patience like the gard
en. We may go round and watch the open
bnd from day to day, but it takes its own
time, and you cannot urtce it on faster than
it will. Ail the best results of a garden,
like those of life, are slowly, regularly progressive.
Strayed or Stolen,
FBOM the stable hi the Lindsloj House, Za
lesbi, Ohio, on Saturday morning, 29th
day of Pecernber, . l?8,a large, heavy bodied
blook mare, about 15 haods high, 20 yaarsold,
left bind foot white about half way to the pas
tern joint, a dim white atar in forehead, shod
all round, aWlmts she fa a, little lame la left
foreleg. Any person leaving information at
this office, or at the Lindsley House. Zaleski,0.,
so the owner can get her. will be liberally re
warded. janlOirB P. BKIANX. ,
OLD ITCaUADI MKW
danilf. without doo-
tor or medicines.
Sent, poet paid, on
receipt of 10 cent.
Comfort and Cure
fur the lluptured.
Sent pott pail on
receipt of-lt cent.
AdUress Dr. E. B.
Broadwi.y, N. Y.
Sent in sealed en
velope on leoolpt of
1U louts jvirw
Or. K.B. KOOTE,
eutlior of Medical
Common sense,! 130
Broadway, N. Y;
E. D. DODGE,
WILL sell nt low prices, for cash, a
large stock of
DR YGOOD Sit lYO TIONS
purchased especially with a view to the
w ants of
The Western Trade.
My stock consists of
. STAND A 11D PRINTS.
, BLEACHED SHIRTINGS,
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR,
DRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS,
hats and caps.
will be sold as low
Any House in tho West!
deeOmO ' McAKTllUR.
The Siatb of Ohio, Vintoti Co.:
Kobcrt Buckner, admr. of)
Mary leach, widow ,et aU
On ordor of Palo.
the heirs at law ol dec a
IN pursuance of an order of rale, granted by
the Probate Court, within and for the said
oounty of Vinton, andj directed Jto me, I will
offnr for sale, froo and unencumbered by dower,
at publio auction, ou
Tuesday, January loth, 1SCJ,
Botween the hours of 10 o'llock a m and 4 o'
clock p m of euid day npon tho promises, the
following dcrcribe.1 real estuto situated In (ha
tointbipof Clinton in said county, to wit:
The north-cast quarter of (bo south-wont
quarter of beolion Number Kino teen .(19), in
township number ten (1C) of range number
seventeen (IT) containing forty-eight acres
more or Ion, subject to salo at Cliillicotlie, land
Also, ln-lo's numbor fourteen (14 land nm -bor
thirty seven (87) in the town of llumden,
iu aforosald cownhhip and connty.
Said first described reul estato appraised at
Fivo thojsand dollars (5 ,000.)
Said in-lot No 14 appraised at Six hundred
And said in-Iot No 37,appraisod at Two hun
dred and fifty dollars ($250); and 'must bring
two-thirds of theso respective rums.
Temis or SLE:-Oie-third in hand, one
third in ono yeor, nnd ono-third in two years
from the duv ol' ftale. with Intarput jii .Inf...-
ed pnyn.cn U to be secured by mortgage upon
1110 j'leiUlSVB BU1U.
HUBERT BUCK NEK, ndmr.
of Willis Leach, decoascd.
E. A.Bratton,atty..for pet'r. doc?0w4
Seth N. Andrews, Plaintiff,
Saa!iV, Andrews, Defendant
State of Ohio, Vinton County Civil Ac
tion Tending in Court of Common
Pleas, within said Couniy'and Stute.
NOTICE is hereby given that deposition,
will be taken iu the kbove action, by
the plaintiff, before competent authority, at
the office of the Probate uuge, in the town
ol Ravenna, (county ol Portage, State of
Ohio, on the 15th day of January,, n. 1867,
between the ht urs of 9 o'clock a. M.and 9
o'clock p.m. of said day, and the Liking
thereof will be adjourned from day to day,
be" ween baid hours, until completed.
SLTH N. ANDREWS.
der27'66-3w by H. C. Jonfs, his Att'y.
"Homes Tor the Homeless."
I WILL sell 520 acres of Land; 45 acres mea
dow lund, 40 acres pasture land, 85 acres
fallow ground, making 170 acres cleared and
fonced, tho rema'.ndcr well timbered.
f hero is, on the farm, two good frame houses
one of which is 2 stories, with 6 good rooms,
also, stable , out-nouecs, good will of .wafer, die.
Tho other is 1 y stories, with 5 good rcoms,
good well of wafor and gocd outbuildings,
A Fine Orchard .
Of 200 apple trees (mostly bearing,) 100 peach
trees (bearing,) and a fine lot of plnm.pear
and cherry trees. This land lies in Harrison
Townsbi p , Vinton county, i hio , I a on the Slate
road trom Cliilicothe to Mo Arthur, 4 miles
from the M. & C. railroad, at lijio (ii u
from Londenderry. This lan d v.b ttM at
very low riucjite and on lair terms.
Possession Given Immediately.
Also, 800 shocks of corn and IS tons of hay yet
on the premises, will be sold, with, or separute
from the farm, for further particulars, write
me, or call at my office, in McArthur, Ohio.
H. C. JONES,
(el8w6 Agent and Att'y.
NOTICE Sarah V; Andrews, whose place
of rt sldence is unknown, U hereby noti
fied that Seth N. Andraws did, on the 20th day
of December, ad 1866, file his petition in the
office of the Clork of the Court of Common
Pie is within sod for the county of Vinton and
State of Ohio, charging the said b'arah V. An
drews with adultery, with one T. D. Norton',
and axkiDg that he may be divorced from her,
he said Sarah V., and for other 'relief, which
petition will be for hearing at the next term of
said conrt. BETH N.. ANDREWS,-
deoSOwJ ; -by U.C.Jones, bis att'y.
JOSEPH A. IAIEH
Maniifacturera and Dealers la
ALL KLflDS OF CABINET
Oppoflto Dr. Wolf's Oflee,
rpnEIK stock conMb in part of
, BEDSTEADS, '
always rn hand or furnished on ahortjnotlce, st
low figures. Tonus St ricily Cach. nfil
GREitT combined talent ol
Kurone and America are
tho men to consult : Ors. Bon
aparte & Reynold, ot 1S2
Sycftiiioro gtreet, Cincinnati, is the only otllco
in the city whero a permanent euro of private
Diseases can be hud without the use of miircury
or change of diet. Wo guaranteo to cure Uonr
l.oe, Olet-r, Syphilis, lm potency, Nocturnal
Emission!, or Solf-Abuse, l)iurnhl Emissions,
Female complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety of Sexual Disease. Cures
rapid, th ough and permanent, and foos mode,
rate. Come one Coino all.
Qreat medical oirculab sent for twoScent
FBkNcii fAFES A sure preventative to disease
Price, (1 each, or three fur 3, or 7 por dozen.
Sent by mail.
Dr. B.'a Invigorating Lrclmint, Price. 2 CO
GlttAT WORE ON PRIVATE DISEASES, THE OUlbE
to health, U beneficial to all, mule and fomalo
tho old and young, should read this book. It
will enlighten those who grope iu darkness.
fricoJo by mall, mountain of light one dollar.
N.ll.To the. ladies. No Ldy should be
without Ml. Lozior's Female Monthly l'ills--a
safe and erlectuul remedy for all irregularities
and obstruction, from 'wbatover eause. Price
ono dollar a box; extra fine five dollars. Com
munications by mail entirely tonfldontiul, Nx.
lottcrs will be answered nninsg they contain a
remittance or s postag3 stamp. Call or address.
UKS. BONAPARTE & REYNOLDS.
183 Sycamore St ,hot, Fifth and Sixth, eaxr sido
Cincinnul. O. Office boors, ( A. M. to 9 P. M.
V. I . liox 182.
GO TO THE
NEW HARDWARE STORE,
Just opened by
STRONG & GIBBONS
WEHEwillbe constantly kopt.Jnt aston
shingly low fi ii et, complete asso rt-
HARDWARE ! !
Nails, Files, Easps, Locks, Hatchets, Ilara
mnrs,Axes, Hand saws, Wood saws, Angers,
Chisels, Draw-knives, liutta, Screws,
Wrenches, Bolts, Curry combs, Paint and
Wall brushes, Butcher s knives, Table and
Pocket cutlery, Gun locks, Tubes, Powder,
Lead, Gun caps, Shot, etc, etc.
Also, Doal aud Wood Cooking Stoves, Heating
Stoves and Grafts, Together wtth a lull as
All of which will be sold very lor for cash.
To convince the people hat we sell ebeiper
than any other establishment in town, we ask
them to give us a oall.
Boom one door east of E, D. Dodges stero and
opposite Brattons block.
novlym STRONG & GIBBONS.
PII OTO GRAPHIC.
E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic
WHOLESALE and retail,
501 EiBOADWAY, N. V.
In addition to our main business of PUOTO
GliAPHlU MATERIALS, we are Headquarters
for the following, viz :
Slereoscqpe8 & Stereoscopic Vieics
Of American and Foreign Cities and Land
scapes, Oronps, Statuary, ete. '
Stereoscopic Views of the War,
From negutives mado in the various campaigns
and forming (complete Photographic history
of the grei.t contes
Stereosccqnc Views on Glass,
Adapted for eithet the Magic Lantern or the
Steroscope. Our Catalogue will be sent to any
address cn receipt of Stamp.
We manufacture more largely than any other
nouso,aoout zuu varieties irom 60 cents to 1 50
each. Our ALBUMS ha.eihe reputation of be
ing Roporior in beauty and durability tc any
Card Photographs of Generals,
Statesmen, Actors, etc,, etc.
Our Catalogue embraces over FIVE THOUS
AND different subjects, inoluding reproductions
of the most celobra'ed Enyavinge, i'aintinga,
Sca'ncs, cto. Catalogues sen) on receipt cf
Photographers and others ordering goods O.
O. D., will please remit 26 por cent of the
amount with their order. . .
fa?The priois and quality of onr goodscan
n ot fail to satisfy. June2l,'68-ly.
jAMta h. wt ctorr,
Notice to Creditors of
Thos. A. Martin, Assignor.
XN the matter of theassignment of Thomas
A. Martin. I will on the 15th day of Jan
nary 1867. nay 85 tier cent, (bains the first div
idend,) on claims allowed, t
H. C. JONE8,
,doc2Jw4 Assignee of T, A Martin. .
ALU CL0T1IIIVG S10RE
M' ARTHUR, O.
In WilVi Building, room formerly occupied
by J, r, vunkte.
'IIIE underrig-ned wishes to say to the people
X of Vinton county and tho public gtuoMlly
tha' be has opened out
A FULL & COMPLETE STOCK
Ready - iTIadc CLOTIIINU,
Gents Furnishing Goods,
of every description,
Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes
for Ladies and Gonts;
TRUNKS, VALISES, &c,
which he is determined to sell at the
C-AJ.L AND EXAMINE
Before Pu aliasing Else
oct23m3 HENRY IMCII3IAX.
C. J. BILLIAGIIXRST
HAS tist retnrncd from Columbjs with ad
ditioual facilities for
COPMG AND ENLARGING
AXY OTHER PICTURES OF AV SIZE
and malting them as I'EKFECT ss plctnros
If you wfint any kind of a picture, from
M iniatdrk to Lifk Sizk, go to ttilUngliursl'e
Photograph and Fine An Gallery In MoArthur.
Photographs colored in Oit, Wateb Color,
India Ink, and flnibhed in tho highost Btylo
Pictures taken In all kinds of woather.
His present stnos of Albums will be sold at
cost. Photographs of Lincoln, Grant, Sherman
and others; alm, Lockets, fine Gold Fens and
Fingfr Klngit forsule.
Pictures of all izus framed to order.
McArthur, Ohio, August 10, 1380. tf
To the People of Mc-
Aktiiuk and Vicinity.
HAVING opened np a shop In Ma
loue's buildinsr, ou Main street, for
tli purpose of manufacturing
Matresses 'of all Kinds and
And cneasliiar In the ITnholsterv business.
I take this method of cnllins the attention
of the people of McArthur nnd surround
ing country to my stock.
rrifo? to suit the time?.
Repairing done to order.
Respectfully, JAS. HENDERSON.
Dk. MioKLANo'sToMioisaconcentiatcd pro
p ationo Kootsand Herbs, withantiao
flidd minitives to strengthen the stomach
o at'n ns fy stem. His a cenain remedy for
ooDcpsi or Indigestion, NervousnesB, Lors
t Appto, Acidity of the Stomach, Flatulency
nd Debity. It is not alcoholic, therefore par
ularly suited to Weak, Norvous and Dys
iptiu porsogs. Forsale by all Druggiats every
whore at one dollar per bottle.
AS in the past, through sun .bins aiid storm,
The Ohio Statesman will continue inflex
ibly Demo ratio unalterably devoted to an
advocacy of (he maintenance of tho Constitu
tion, In spirit an? in lottor, and to the preser
vation of the Union. Aside frem this, Tns
6tati8S(am will bestow particular attention to
Newt, Legislative and Congressional lie-
ports, Choice, Instructive and
And will givo faithful Market Reports fiomthe
leading Commercial Centers of the country.
On thj 13th of December Ths Wkeixt
Btatssmah will be so enlarged as to give two
and half additional columns of reading ma:ter
weekly. Ths following are the
' TERMS-CASH IN ADVANCE.
Daily StatrgTnan.per year. ?9 00
Ho do six months 4 50
Trl-Weekly Statesman per year. . : . ; . 4 50
do do- six months... 2 25
One copy, six months, for $ 1 00
Ono copy, one year, for 2 00
Five copies one year for 9 00
Teu copies, one year for 17 60
Twenty copies, one year for 32 00
Fifty copies, one year fcr. . . . .. ...... 78 00
LAYMAN & ESUELMAN,'
dec!3w8 Colum bus, Ohio.
XLANKS of etery description .lor sale
jj ac tnis omce. . .
Adrertl in the KtCOItD. . :
111 iarrii!mLe aj J
. M M tor two m wj
aaw ' SocDtilauiia.
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SIX years of unrivalled success iu the cure ot
every forn of private diaeaae iucident to
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We nfullibly erne Syphilid, Gleet, Conor
rlicca, Impo'.cn'cy, Nocturnal and Diurnal Ern
Inalons .cimplaiiits peculiar to females, and ev
ery form ol private disoai-e of whatovor nnmo
or nuture Fpcrmatorrhren or Self-abuse, thut
CURSrOF MODERN MANHOOD,
easily and ateedily cured and evety trace ot its
torriblo effiicts- eradioited from tho nystcm.
without dnoution from bssinoss. Young mou
bear this in mind, that we are in posten-ion ol
the Sccrot Kcceipts and inethoiis of practice of
Cnlvorwoll.Lnllcmnnd, Hunter, Volj can, Son.
Rirord and othet great lighta in modern medi
cal scionve; for it is a fact of the very greatest
importance, and we would ask any man of a i
erage common sense how can the thousand and
one shallow protendois of tho day, with their
fceblo intlHcient remedies hope to compels with
Ye nnfortutate, ere trusting yoar health anJ
money to hear tiers chiilituns, at least write to
Drs. Jackson, Herbert dc Co., who will atome,
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radios, write for our eiroulnr.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills, for ir
roirularitic. Price 1 1 por box.
me Mountain of Light or Medical J'rotector
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Send for our splondid oben1ar containing
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consideration, bocause in tha nature of things
each case differs from every other.
DR. JACKSON'B ORIENTAL LINIMENT
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Dr. Jackson's French Tatent Male Safe,
is perfuctly sale and never fuils togivesulisl'uu
tion. It is the only sure and safe preventative
,aainst contracting disease ever invented.
Price $ I each, pe. half dozen $ i, and per doz
en T, sent by mall.
Inebriates or Modern DrinkorB who desire to
reform, but have found it difficult to refrain,
can wholly eradicate all de.-in for any k'nd of
liqnor, by nsing Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholic
Compound, un unfailing romedy for lutemper
ance; write for particulars.
.Medicine snd instinctions sent promptly to
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the Dispensary, No. 167 Syoamoro street, Cm
cinnatl.O. P. O. Box, Ko. 43t). Sond for cir
cular. . juneTy
IS I IV s
IS THE MIRACLE OF TIIE AGE.
BAV-IIEArJkD people have their locks re
stored by it to the dark, lustrous, silken
tresses of youth, and are huppy I .
Young people, with light, faded or red hair,
have theso unfashionable colors change! to a
beautiful anburn.anl rejoice I
Peoplo whose heads are covered with dand
ruff and humors, use 1;, and have clour, coats
and clear and healthy scalps I
Bnld-hcadod veterans have their lomainlng
locks tlghtenod, and the bare spo s covered
with a luxuilunt growth of hair, aud danco lor
Young gontlcmcn use it because it is richly
por fumed 1
Young ladies uo it because it keops tholi
Lair in place I
Everybody must and will nse it, because it is
tho cleanest and best article in the market I
For Sale by Druggists Generally.
From Hoi .Warren Chase, the Lictnror.
My hair and whiakors have been many years
gray. Ring's. Vegotable Ambrosia" has re
sored both to their original color, black, ana
covered the buldnoss oi the top of my head
with a fioo growth of block Lair. I havo sev
eral friends who have used it with tho same
results, and 1 cordially recommend it as one f
the fow medicines that will do whut itslubola
and tiro ilurs claim for it. .
October, 1865. Wabbsn Chask.
E.M Tnbbs & Co., rropriotors, Pcterbro'
Now Hampshire. A B Morriam & Co., Whole
salo Agonts, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr J S Strong
Agent, McArthur, Ohio. uiay3I-lv;
LA TEST FA SHIONS DEMAND
J. AY. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
. (orD oublo Spring)
S K IR T.
rHe Wonderful Flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any lady wearing the Du-
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arly in all crowdod Assemblies, Operas, Carria
gos, Railroad cars, Church news, Arm chairs,
(or Promenide and House dress, as tbe Skirt,
can be folded while in cse to occupy s small
space as easily aud conveniently as a silk or
muBlin dress, an invaluable quality to crino
line, not found in any Single Spricfc Skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort
and great convenience of wearing the Duplex
Ellcptie Steel Spring Skirt for asingle day. will
nevor alterwards willingly dispense with their
nse. For children, Misses ana Young Ladies
I hey are superior to all tthor.
They will not bend or break like tho Single
Spring, but will preserve thoir perfect and grace
ful shape when three or four ordinary skirts
will have beea thrown aside as useless. Tho
hoops aie cover .'d with double and twisted
thread, and the bottom rods are ifbt only doublo
springs, but twice (or double) coveied: preven
ting them froms wearing xut when dragging
down sloops, stairs, etc. .
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with
all ladies and is universally recommended bv
the Fashion Magazines as tho Standard Skirt of
tno jasmonable world.
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fect Manufacture, Siyliab Shapoand Fniah, flex
ibility durability .comfort and economy, enquire
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Caution. To guard against imposition be
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plex' have the red ink stamp, vis: 'J. W.Brad
ley's Elliptio Steel Springs,' upon tbe waist
bandcone others are genuine. Also notice
that every hoop will admit a pin -being passed
through the oentre, thus revealing the two (or
double) springs braided togother therein.whioh
is tbe secret of thoir flexibility and strength .and
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Fob Bali in all stores where first oIbjb skirts
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Manuiao'd by tbe sole owners of the patt t.
WESTS BBADLEi oz CASi,
8n8. 97 Chambers a 79 81 Beads sts.N.l
XX AS onred thousands of the worst oases o
X Blind and Bleeding Piles.
It elves Immediate relief, and efTootsa rjerm
ntnt cure. Try It direetly. It is warranted to
enre. For sale by all Druggists at 50contspor
January 13, 1866.1y. ' '' '. '
In aifl Catlle Powfleis.
long aad faTorabl ,
known, will thor
and cleansing the
stomach and Intes
tines. It Is a sure pro
ventlre of all dis
eases Incident ta
this animal, inch u LUNO FEVER, GLANDEB3,
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, fee. Its
nse Improves the
a I mo oi n ana
glosiy skin and
mUerable skeleton Into a fme-looktog and spirited
To keepert of Cows this preparation Is Invaluable, .
It lncreasei the quantity and Improves the quality
oi ine mine, it oas
been prorcn bj i
tual experiment la -
In all diseases of 8wlne, luch u Coagbs, Ulcers la
the Lunus. Llrer.
4c, this article,
acts as a specific.
By putting trom
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill ths
Will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If liven In time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Pries 2i Cents per Paper, or S Papers for tt
i PEEP ABED BY
S. A.. FOUTZ &, BRO ,
AT THETB j
' WnOLESAtB DKT6 AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
No.. 118 Franklin St.. Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Droftglits and Storekeepers through,
oat the United States,
For Sale by
S. STRONG, Dnnaoi8T.
TJSB PKATT cV BPrcnEtt'9
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
Warranted lacnsnof Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Braises
The Best nnd Cheapest Horse nnd Cattle
Medicine in tho World ! -
Ulid throughout the (Tutted ftlalet ami Catf '
ailat duriiiff the last 23 yean.
For the care or the varl ins UiHensos to which
Horses aud Cattle me snlijoot; such sa .
Founder, Distemper, Hide Hound, Txma ol
Appotlta, IitWMnl Hlralui., Voltou. Wa.,
FlHtnla, Toll Kvll, Kcratclics or
Qreiuie, Mmii;e, InlliiMiiiiitloii of the
Eyes, nnd Kmlmie Iron, Kurd Ijibor;
also, ltliouinntlBiii, (coiii'iiunly cnllsxl
Btlll' compliilnt), wlilcli liroveH mini to
so many vulnabio Horses lu tids country -
SLOAN'S CONDITIO!! POWDER
Unit tlie lurgMt milo of itny IIirito ninl Cutttt Utxllcli)
In tlifn cinintry. It Ih uiniinwitt ut )if rlwt tinl ruota, mn$
for uilltliifrM, wifrty, ciTtiiily iinil tlinrtiiiglmrmis ttnnds
pre-eililiieiitly ut lliu IiojilI of tlio lUt of Uurtt h&
It ciirriuH i(T ull rofw humorr, prcve'iitd lmrtM from
bftcuinintc HtltT nr fuinnliTliiK- piiiitiiM the LIixm, lofsflont
thoiiktti, ntnl ytu'd it n HiiiiHttb hiiiJ tfimny tiiiciiniiic,
cIctitiHeg the wiittTiiihl atri'iitlh'iiA wrury "rt of thf
body. H U hUn h uifu hwI ti-rlain ritincdy fur cuugU
and colli, Ulci? ginurutu tu many futaJ UUctuics,
Tho Cow reqiitrm to bomijiplled witlinn nlnrHxiiMC
tbod nut to iiiiiko licr fitt tills in not tltMlmlilo, I ut to '
keep up a reaulur necrotimrof milk, and UI vun of
eowi will find by eIvIuk Ilium,
SLOAN'S CONDITION T OWi 119
twice a week, a liirge iiiciciun In quniitfty an-' quality
of milk nnd creum. It cftnltn off nil fi'V mid im
purities of the blttoiL The cflVct it etn lliMi,. hout th
eiuon by A rich nnd nbunditnt Auw of milk
The firmer in befcliming tu b awnre of lit TiUuablf
propertied of Sloan's fomlition Join r, in pro
noting the condition of liU aheep ami preventing uiuif
of tho dlseasi of all tlit dutueeticatoU aulmals.
VA llftjr cent pscksie of Sfx. f Conditio
Potvrter put Into ft Imrral of swill Is etlor tbsn rwe
bushels oT oorn to Sitteu a linv, snd a certain pr
veutlra of Hi Cholera, nllud BUngers, and etber
diseases common sniong bogs.
CAVT10X.7o protect onrselvet and tbspnblle
from being Imposed upon by worflilen .miutlous, tba
genniiM) will benr the fac limi's sigimti" e of the Fra
prletors on tbe wrapper.
for sal bj Druggists and Merchants o'jwliere.
Sole Proprietors, Cbieaftvin,
t, . Brawar MM. . J -'"
8old Wholesale by' :. ,
JOHN D. PARK.
.: Cincinnati, OhW.
At Retail by '
. Dr. J. S STRONG, - ,
G. W. SSSOX.
IS warranted to be the only, preparation,,
known to care Coughs, Colds, lloarsenesa, '
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronlo -Conghs,
Consumption, Bronchitis and Crenp. Being
prepared from Honey and Herbs it la healing,
softening, and expeetorating, an 1 particularly
suitable for all affeotlens of the Throat and
Lnngq., For sale by all Druggists everywhere, i
January 18, 1888, ly. i . "
Ti ' ''r- IJ.-S1 1 increase me quan-
fer 'A tlty of milk and
' ti' 3 1 cre,m twenty per
A ft ll cent, and make the
ji KHiil sitter firm and
V- p"" PR 1 sweet. In futtenlng
1 J f .rjl I V cattle, It gives them
4VIJ "A((JI an appetite, looseat
?JJ"T - i; ja 4 Ule, hd,. and
ZTZ'-J-Z-CrZZi makes them thrivt