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The War is Oy cri
Gold has Gone Down!
AND " '
Have reduced thePricq
WE the Farmers to call and ex
amiug our stock f ' .
Tools and Imnlements.
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'' which consist in part of
Combination Steel Plow,
Curtis' Iron Beam,
Fostona Cast Plow, . .
, Corn Plows," - -r ! "
Shovel Plows, doubl & siagta
: , Road Scrapers,
,t Corn Shellers, iron and wood,
: Straw Cutters, . ..; '. "
Horse Bakes, l r
Horse Forks, ; . 1
Hoes and Forks, ,
Rakes and Scythes,
Grain Cradles, ' " .
Scythe Sticks and Stones, v
Shovels and Spade?,1 "
Churns, Tubs, Pails, Brooms,
Clothes' Wringers, .
Spinning Wheels and Keels,
Sheep Shears fc Wool Twine,
Water Iinfe. : ' .
, Stucco, &Oi&cit'&C.-'' '- :.
Together with a complete slock of
Nails, , , ' ' ' " -,
House and Barn Trinimings,
Builders' & Farmers' Hardware,
'fin and Sheet Iron Ware,
AU of which we ower U '"
Prices which defy Competition!
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ALSO AGENTS FOR THE -
fv CHAMPION V
M wcr : auA-Reaper
Cider Mills,. '
' . Buckeye Wood Sawing Ma
chines, . . ;;';T'
Fairbanks' Scales,' ' .
Our Tin Shop,
Is in order, and will fill your orders
with despatch. '
ROBERTS & SHELDON.
j 'resent, Jby IS, 1865.
NEW Gb6i)S, : H v:
, : ' NEW PRICES,
NEW STYLES. '.'"';'. - . .
CALL AKD SEE THEJi,
CALL AND SEE THE'il
.-, 1 AT
Who aw in Market w ith r Urge and
varied Stock of
AipecJieTios Poplins, IMUioe TrinU, 8
latra, CioMinfcll of which . ten .jeUeted -n tti
bur the best audlateet styles of Crockery,
(OM to - IHHKIUU C WB.
TO get the worth of your money
when to bay poncA ef TEA cell at
F you want the best SUGAR in mar
EMMKICH A CO'S.
COFFEE, the best at
EMURICH A CO'S.
FOK pure and uuadullerated Grocer
iea vl 11 kiads o to - '
KMMRICH & CO S.
?"E call special attention to our ;
V 'new stock '
f Cloth, Cwinn, Vwting Oent KonjUniDf
Of tkil v kin Lux? U1 wrli Mlectmi iiirtel
-sr ehuvd wiibeeul refenaae to thu nwrkvt u4
Cannot be Undersold !
Our Profits be SumjII but Sale
Our Stock is two couMlete for enum
oodi toonrlinetooil nd nra" oerore Jt
IiMwherMeao.itTlywH y fOodf r
via to bay.
No Trouble to Slioto Good.
KMMRICH is CO.
P.S. MKA. USDORF IN RETIR-
. from tha Drr od Trad, raUtoa at
Si ,wfa.aud willbny. paylo, CASH and tha hfh
atrriea,lor DRESSED OR LIVE !IOiS,
Z,-... iinouuai from ?lexlo J -i
S?2f inog". r P.- or Cno.car Par-
New Dry Goods Store !
hew noons l -mm oooosii
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Hernion, Smith Sc Wilson,
WO. 1, VALLETTE'S BliICK liLOCK, FREMONT, OHIO,
HAVIH8 SKO Urr prpmiO' for tlw ln of tli-nwnl Sravra.w Mli !' lalknniif
Oar cwtanontbat wa are mtdT to exhibit tkefullowiog Hii's of Ooodi, nt tb I.OJYEST mrM
DOMESTIC, BRITISH mwd COyTWEXTJl Fn-l.rnt-irc n'liin ar.d hoc? niohIr flilc; CORURUS
of al qaali'iw: ooler and Wtck Jf.CJtt'J.v; TJRTA.V CHECKS in Tmrlt of tloth: ALEXANDRIA
and riCTORI tCORUS; COLORED I'RIXCESS CLOTIS. iiKir SeorW: EMPRESS CLOTHS
all qalatiM:all ahad-a of f KAC'Hnd tlKfSl.lSH MERfXOS: SOLID fl .' CHECKS in. difef
oattahrles, and aa andlan Tarirty of DRESS OOOUS thstse rill not andrrtate to rnomerata.
Wmkt ipdlitj" mbreiaftU t B4v'tie tf ih mmob. ;- ,
la fall tMorUuMt. ooMirtiay la M-rt ft Jacotuta, Cambric, Katmcook, Hair Cor4n( Brillitntr, MuHi.
Bviaafa, Biahop lamwaa, Victoria Lawua, fcc : -a '
littiag in psvrt ftf Jacotuta, Cambri
, Victoria Lttwua. ke,
Oor Stock ia FjEtcniire aa4 Ompletr.
wa""kaUiiaalaadiafbranhof oarTraie, always aclling tlrem at (hf rollft poiuibla adranea on Naw
York eaat, larg lisaa of wPTint, bntings, Dnin, nrifr, ba,eottoa Flannala, Ticking, ic, Ae.
HOSIERY $c GLOVES,
OonaiaUDf of Woolen, aVrioo and Cotton llf nierr, al! mak? and tiaes, for Gcntlaman, Mraam a4
n AiuuHiTw ma ivo tar una ntvst popn'ar aisles, Aiexaod 'rn ano iianton'i the bit in
tno world, alao aeocy lined Kids, flt-y Hoed Hriao and Wool Glow in larL-oSnpplT.' " ' " :' ' '
""o??"8 'lPrt of S'rtu'S Fincla. Otwras-jluim rianoala-Kob Koya, Plate and J-willad. Flaanala
aabnaaiy nannrta, Ldl Ootbt, ta, tc , , -
' BA WKETS!
209 Paria; boaght tint the grnt dccllDe ftnm th rroont ascttnn ailra.
Alto fall Uhm of tha followinr cooda b.Taht at t'ac- recant pinie mIm in Kw Tork! tilkt, CTafaa, Ctri
mm, Emhrtmu, Lmttt. Rmlmarmh. Hmf Xkirts. IAmu Drttptrirm, Ftto; XiMnu, 7Vtmriir,
Bmtfui.Zrpkfr iit, Cr. bmmll U mret, trr, Our anlire tKk 9l Fill and Winter Uoods la a
faat w would ban joy mnrmb r, aa w had not a dollara worth of Old Gooda on haod. Thai not only
firing oor rutonii the bet:. St of lha lo.t p ricat ; bntMllior lb Kw and Frwh Ooeda. Wa hara
alM a fin assortment af Carpata. IIGKNON, KiWITH 4c WIIJSON. '
rrasnont, Ohio, Oolobar t, !. 0j!. . . ,,
' 4 WHOLESALE1' A Ni RETAIL DEALER IN
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Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Paper, Stationery
Wall Paper, Window Curtains, &c,;;;r;r
: I ' V,'
DESIRES to call the attention of the citizens if taulusky.aud ailjoiuip . Coun
ties, to Lis Large and Complete Stoclc of Goods, and his iirrangeinenta
for supplying thu wtmt of alltJie jnoj(e, for tlus jer 1867,.in any of those arti
cle found in a well ordered JJkco and Book Stoi:k. " Do you'-want aDy PATi
ENT MEDICINES, IJNIMEJSTS, BAISAMS, Playters, Extract, Pills, Pain
Killers, Eye Waters, &c, . . . ,. .. ,. Av ,"';, 4
0 YOU WANT ANY KIND OF MEDiCltfEiS, (K)TS, POW;
JJClvat Irums, iinctures, Jbsssnces,
f . GotoMcCULLOCH'S.
Jo Yon Waul any Kind of, ,. .K . ?t PA
QERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, Hair Pomade -Hair and Whiskera' Dye, Cor
fiioes, Toilet Water,: Ba .Water, To-jth Powders, Handkerchief Extract,
Lip Salve, Shavine Creain. Sha'vinir Soaps, or other Soaps, you ill rtrny
find all of the best -,
By calling at
DO YOU WANT A FIRST; IiATE 3IGAK '
-Jj i: -L-i, ;j ::i McCULLOC'H'S is the j.tatoTnd iv ,
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DO you want a tip top PORTMON1E or POCKET BOOK, warranted to hold"
Money-if -jou dotft take it out Go to , ,r' ... . , McCULLOCH'S.".
DO YOU WANT A BOOK OF ANY KIND, HistoriwiL Biograph
ical, Theological, Medical, Serious or' unny ; ' or'School Books of aiiy kind ;
Do you want a very nice PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, you will always find
just the one to suit. STEEL PENS, SLATES,. INKS, o?, cords, of them, al
ways Can be found jnd for every price, at McCULLOCHS.
ARE vou about to Paint your House f Be sure to'call on M'CUJLLOCH
before you buy your PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, &C.,
and yon will surely buy of hira. And don't forget Id look; ' those Beau1 llful,
New, WALL PAPERS, which' voulJ make your house look like a Palace,
for a rery small sum of money with the BORDERS and CURTAINS to match.
DO you want a COAL OIL LAMP! (and who would burn candles thesis
davs ?) You will always find a Large Assortment' all Stylos and PricesI
COAL 'OIL always on hand at .'''liv'A ..i 'i&cC0LlCH&';;
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As near pure as it is possible to oltain
and MEDICINAL purposes Only, can be
IN ADDITION TO THE MANY ARTICLES ENUMERATED ABOVE
You will always find an endless variety of . -.
FOOLSCAP, LETTER, COMMERCIAL, NOTE AND BILLET PAPER,
With every description of Piain and Fancy ENVELOPES tomatch. ,
Fancy Goods, Reticules, Ladies' Bag8, fc Portfolio HaTrlotli;
NaiL Paint, and Shoe Brushes, Feather Dusters,' &cj &Cr fec "-i.
-i.i.turt'i y. j, V.oiiieded by ;. all," 'thai '-H-'V-" - '.'"..'";
BTcCiiUoch's " Family;; Medicines!
' Are unequalled for curing alldioeases for which they are recommendec, ,
THE BALSA M OF HOARH OUND, for Coughs and Colds. ; ' -y p
THX BONE AND NERVE LINAMENTV for Pains and Strain-.'-DIAERHEA
MEDICINES, "for Piarrhea and 8urorner Bowel ComplaiDta.,
-' 1 ! J. Li-.'"'.. '' ' .i f I V tut- fI
McCULLOCH'S PILLS, the best In use. .'-;;-;;-;:
". HOESK AND CATTLE P0WDEE8, . . . : .. V.
j. ringbone ointment.
rr-Ther Medicines are all -WaRKAKTBD, try tnem and you will be
satisfied. , .u- j ,...(' -';.' : ..o'cayw
No.' 3'Bucklarid'Blocl5. , FREMONT, OHIO.
F R E R1 O W
Clothing, Clothing, Clothing
.1 . : , t. ' r t.i -p -
(One lur Aorlh
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT
THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WJTH ,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR OF EVERY STYLE k QUALITY. ,
Piece Goods, Cloths, Cassimers, Hats & Caps,
Gents Furnishig Goods, Trunks and Valises.
ME It C H AN T T AlLOItl N G I
Done to order, and a manner unsurpassed elsewhere. . i
Call at McCULLOCim ----
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Uils, UheiiiicaJs, Jtc., 5-.-S.-vU ;''
ifcOULLOCII'S. -! ' -.OJI
them, al ays ou hand for MEDICAL
found at ' : ; .' "McCULLOCH'S..,
y r,:; ;.;;.: r::
Tv O H I O;
of Autiwaal Bauk,) ....
DRYFOOS & BROTHER.
The Fremont Journal.
AND WINTER. BY ALICE CARRY
The wintei Kei and ll e snmnir cinuep,
vAnd the elourf defcerd in wi m wetshow
..iV, 'em; ' -:' '' , ' ' "
The grass grows greca wlwre the frost has
And wste and wayside are fringed with
! ' ': -ftawCTs.''
Tlie winter. gt and .lhsuioiMwrconiM, .
And the merry blue bird twittersnd trill,
And th swallowjwings on his steel-Mue
- 'this way sfid tliat way, at w ildesf w ill.
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Tbc:wiilcrf?oaud thaumD)eromr , i . : .
And the swallow swiugeth no more aloft. '
Ami Ilia Wne bill's Wast swell out of her
'And the homiesl bill ol tbcih all grows toft.
The'siiromer goes and the wuiter cornea.
Aud the daisies die, and the daffodil diea, '
And thesoftfiRt hill grows hornr and still,' '
- Anti the day set dimly-.BDd dimly e. :
-., i ... v.'-. .. -., .- - - ''-: (i.:
The suiuuier got-a and the winter come.
And the red fire fades from the heart of the
. p.'nwe, - "' : '" ; ' '
And tha snow lies white where the grass was
- x j'tte&iM'wtn HttH blew.: and
brQWSn, tr-i HI '' 1 -rv
The winter comes and the winter stays,
Ay,:eold and long and eold,
And the pulsf s beat to the weary feet, ......... w
And, the head feels sick, and.the heart
' grows cold. .
The w inter come aad (be winter.stays, ,
Aod all thnglorjr behind ualioa,
The cheery light drops into the night, , .
And the snow drift over oar sightlew eyes.
THE WHITE CROSS.
BY GEORGE W. BUNGAY.
er-Thrtf the dim night, ' " -
. Fell tha- oftr,snow, ,v.-.v :u
: , Now fast now slow, ; ,. .
" Making the posts
" Like sheeted ghosts,
.i Jlobing the woods i
I In .-.finer .. . goods
Than ever were spuo by mortal skill,
And bleached on the sun side of the' hill;
White- fringes are woven by weavers where
The',wtp is'"mist and the wool is air;
The world is. dressed like a bride ia. white,
Although the poor old year died hst night.
: - TT)rrpf. not" a 1 tear '
Ua the i eow uier ,.
Of the , brate year, :-
. Whose corpse is here. .
His ' work is done,
His battles won; -And
. he . will be .
Named with the free .
Through future time " '
For deeds 'sublime. ' '
We wetfwne here
The ncw-btitn year." '" '
-Tie Suow that falls ,., ,.v...i
from the gray wall .
Of the thick cloudf,
Is not for shrouds "' ' '
-For 'the dayB fled,
Air tho. year dead.. . ;
'Tis the white fleece, i
Emblem of peace,
rSenUdttwn .to cheer , ..
The soft young year.
May : no red vain ,:
Make red-Main -'
. j; On garments while. . , ;
Woven lat night.
Si'Jr? 8o?!!iiff i the ( aoft f
;i ,10 Kd time;
""' King lotitl and clear,'
... j -. .s , This happy New Vear; ''
: aiive Sixty aevett ...
!S1-, .)..:.. :TJe tpne of Heaven,,,'
BY GEORGE W. BUNGAY. Agricultural and Practical.
' Pafmers' Olnbs. We would like to aug-gest
to the Farmers of our county, who have
already swell established Agricultural Sci
My, that they will find the establishment
of Club, for the purpose of discussing and
examining subjects pertaining to their voca
tion, valuable auxiliaries to the county or
ganization. .In soma' counties the farmers
publish their discussionslor the gist of them,
upon, any au bjoot of aud tlie
iastructJUta.thuS; afiotdad, tlw practical hints
giv(aryaluabl t. every ,ouq who reads
them. x-Wy.H eannot jov far mars . iostitu'.e
audi I prwcfflJing? -Tliey d" not lack either
thu brains or ' the industry,, and we know
weH -sf teach Township were to organ its its
Olub, t which some subject oY vital interest
to agricuttaralistsabonld be thoroughly dii-eusd?its-"picUeal
effects wou'd. n .per
ceived nob only in our aonunl fairs, .but in
more bountiful harvests, and in the increase
of - all their elements of thrift and progress.
Jt would bring the farmers together; create
the desire tn cultivates greater and better
variety jof production for exhibition as well
as use; would stimulate a laudable emula
tion: and, above and beyond all other coustd
efa'tio'nl;',tfnld'iffnse" IntelHgenee.Hod IBt
crease iheir happinecs by Wultipljing iheir
social enjoyments.' ;,i J i i I ,
Petition. A Petition has been extensive
ly circulated in town, and throughout the
County iu (act, opposing the financial policy
of SeC McCalloch. It has been very gener
ally signed and embodies the views of rrne
tenths of our business men in regard to the
proper course of Congress in the matter of
the tw&ii H n &!rt;iii r;
1. Not to contract the currency at present, or
attempt a very speedy return to specie ay
ments, foyttke; aqsaon Wiat. Ahare- it now no
more cuerency extant ihsu is absolutely
needed to transact the business of the coun
try, aii.d that any material .contraction of. its
volume would force many, perfectly solvent
men, io every community, to go .into bank
ruptcy from inability "tJ raise money by
pledging other property.
8. Not to compel, by law, a reutralized re
demotion of National Bank notes, i t' not
compel the National Banks in all parts of
the country to reoerm inerr note hi new
York, a t proposed by the Walt street bank
ing interest, and recommended by Secretsry
McCulloch. ' r '" - -' -it"
' 3," Not to prohibit National Banks from
paying Interest ott desposltfciHif .;
Capacity of a Cistern.
We oflen bear our friends ssy that they
have had a cistern built of such a number of
barrels capacity. Aa the rate of charge for
their construction ss often made U depend
upon their supposed capacity, it becomes a
ait to kuow for uelves
what we should expect for omroney, other
wise we shall be at the mercy of the eta
tractor. Indeed, the capacity of our cisterns
is cry much overrated io soma parts of the
country. ' ' . T
The Iowa ibmedeai, iu an article est cis
terns, gives us the following statement, show
ing the capacity . of those having the usual
round or cylindrical form. Without attempt
ing a mathematical verification of these fig
ures, they are assumed to be correct, and are
A cistern five feet in diameter will hold a
fraction over five barrels for each foot in
dfpth; six feet, a fraction over six baTels
pr fool,- seven fjjet, nine barrels per foot;
eight feet, eleven barrels per fool j nine feet,
fifteen bomlsrtopt; ten feet, eighteen bar
rels per iooi The la't named figure isftiite
aaige siza for a family cistern and ten feet
in depth is as much ss we often find. The
consuls of jucli a one, nprbiding tq our esti
mate, would be 10xi8 180 barnK nd yet
how many of us have to pay for a ''three
hundred banel" cistern of smaller size.
This variety of oats is thus referred to by a
correspondent of the Agricultural Bureau:
"1 commenced with five quarts, from which
I gathered two and a half bushels. Through
the carcli'M.nes8 .,( a servant. ne bushel of
this was fed to the. horses. Hence, one arid a
half bushel was sown broadcast mi about half
an acre, on llie fifli day r April last. From
this I hate received twenty-nine and a half
bushels of splendid grain, weighing thirty
no a nds to the. bushel. The straw js decided
ly superlpr as forage, it being better supplied
with Caves, aad the stalk is by frr lc bnt
tie than the common varieties. Indeed one
could not well imagine, the -difference in t
vor of the former, after pasaing through the
thresher. While the Common varieties are
broken into sbreds, the other is merely bruis
ed, with a very large per ceut. of the leaves
remaining on the .stalk," j j ...
How tq Kkkf Mkat FassB.-.M farmers
are at a d'titance from meat matkets, the fol
lnwiug directions for keeping meat may bsof
!- to Uiose that try iu Cut the meat in
slices ready to fry. Pack it in ajar in layers,
sprinkling with salt and topper just enough
to make it .palatable. I'lace ou the top a
thick jiapfr or cloth, with salt half an inch
thick.- eep this ou all the while. 1 l,sve
kept meat for three weeks in the summer,
snd ihp Inst was aa crond n trip first.
Information for the People.
Are eough, colds and eonmrtfrrtione, wbh
others, more specially fault .Amntig the
latter ia pneumonia,. calleJ by some inflam
mation of tho lungs, and by others lung fever.
It is a disease which sttacks the feeble and
the strong; the roost rugged are taken to the
grave by it in four or five days; others it
spsres to live and suffer for years; even those
wno got ever it remain feeble for months.
Pneumonia is one cf the avoidable diieas-;
ea, and being of such a dangerous nature;'
tbey are wisest who, knowing the cjusf,
seek to avoid them habitually. - A-man sat
np writisg tea late houroTa winter's sight;
be noticed , that the fire had gone ent, but
thought that he could finish what he had in
hand in a short time, but it required a longer
period than te thought for. and when he had
finished he found himself chilled 'through
and through. This was followed by an at
tack of pneumonia, from which he suffered
for two years running into consumption,, of
which be died. J
Ayouuglady remained ata parly in the
country nbtil two o'clock of. a March morn
ing; them was dancing and mnaie and mirth;
the room a were warm, and she left them when
the body was over-bested, rode home In an
open carriage, and found' herself completely
chilled; she had a attack of Iik g fester, and,
at the end of two years said she had never,
seen a well day since the night of the party.
A young lady was sitting in a warm room
in her father's house, and some friends called
in a carriage; rather then put them to the
trouble of coining in, as they merely wanted
some item of information, and had an infant
with them, sbe went to the gate to speak
with them; it was snowing a Httle,-end, be
coming interested in some recital, sbe noticed
chilly feeling passing over ber. She never
saw a well day afterward. ,
Many excellent clergymen have bad fatal
attacks of pneumonia lby failing to throw a
cloak over their shoulders after the excite
ment of preaching in a cold room or out of
doOrS. ' ' .--1-1 '.mfi 'T
Lung fevers are common with music teach
ers, who, after the excitement of walking to
the residence of their pupils, are allowed to
wait sone momenta in cold parlors, or, after
giving a lesson in a warm room, especially in
vocal music, go out into a damp, raw wind.
An attack of pneumonia is often occasion
ed by getting into a public aehicle after hav
ing been excited by walking, and compelled
to sit in the draft of an open window, which
some selfish inconsiderate clown had raised
for his own eomfort, regardless of any conse
quences to others. -
To remain at rest in any position until a
feeling of dullness is induced, is sufficient to
bring on an attack of inflamatinn of the
lungs, however vigorous and robust the per
son rosy feel. -!"t'
Sitting still with damp 'cet, standing on
the wet grass, keeping on damp clothes after
having been engaged in exercise, are frequent
causes of lung fever, - One great principle,
practical in its nature and easily understood,
underlies all these esses; it is the getting
chilled. This is the more' easily brought
about in proportion to "The amount of exer
cise which was previously taken: to" the ex
tent of inducing, a warmth of body above
what is natural; the easy and universal pre
ventive is, cool off very slowly after all forms
of exercise in cold weather. , , . . , .
If a delicate person goes to bed in a warm
room, on a cold nigh', and the fire goes en
tirely out, leaving the room thirty, . forty er
fifty degrees colder when rising than at the
hour of retiring, a cold is a very .certain re
sult. . ' ' -. .
DEATH IN DOORS.
Multitudes of people have a great horror of
going out of doors lor fear of taking colli- If
it is a litde damp, or a little windy, or a III- j
tie cold , they watt, and wait, and wait; mean
while weeks, and even month, pass away,
aud tbey never, during the, wool". Aim!
breathe a single: breathe of pure air. ' The
result is, they become so enfeebled that their
constitutions have no power of resistance;
the least thing in the world gives them a cold
all. the time, and this is nothing more than
consumption. Where s if an opposite prac,
t5ce had been followed of going out for ari
hour or-two every day, regardless of the
weather, so it is not actually falling rain, a
very different result wuld have taken place.
The truth, is. the mil person is out o
doors, the less easily does he take cold. It
is a widely known fact that persona who
camp out every night, or sleep under a tree
for a week together, seldom take cold at all.
Many of our aliments, and those of a most
blal form, are taken in the house, and sot
out of doors; .taken by removing parts of
clothing too soon afar coming into the house,
or 1 y lying down on a bed or sofa when in a
tired or exhausted condition from having en-'
gaged too vigorously in domeeri employ
ments. Many a pie has cost an industrious
man a hundred dollars A human life has
many a time paid for ai apple dumpling. -
When our wives get to work they become
so interested in it that tbey find themselves
in an'Utterly exhausted fcanditkm; Iheir am
bition to anmplete a thing, to do some work
well, sustains them notil its completinraud
the moment it is completed the mental snc
physical condition is one of exhaustli-B,''
when breatbof air will give cold toseltu
!n the joints, to wake up the next lay with
inflammatory rheumatism, or with. a fueling,,
of stiffness or soreness, as. if they had been
poinded In a bag, or a sore 'to worry sn
trouble them for months, or long fever to put
them in the grave In less than a weekvr
., Our wives should work by the day, if they
work at all, and not by the job; it is tnoie
economical in the end to know how' little
they can do in an boiTr Inst ad of how much.
It is slow. steeriy continuous labor a hich
brings health and strength and good dfees
tioo. Fitful labor is ruinous, to sll.aK'
Journal of Health. , , . 7.
Suggestions About Feeding
says: - -'
, "I feed my horses, when ynot Aising them,
exclusively on bay, with a half dozen carrot'
dsily, as follows: In tbo morning, about 7
o'clock; at about 10 o'clock.'the racks being
nearly empty, I water them; at noon I water
again, and feed thrm; at about 4or 3-o'cloek.
water and feed again; and .water them again
at . 8 or .9 in . the evening. .. Thus you see J, .
water my horses four times a day., .But it is
quite a chore to water them in .the,, evening,,
especially in cold weather.'i., ,,;,(,.- ...
. J wish to inquire if so frequent watering U
nfceasiry; Many farmers water their horses
but twice a day. . Cannot.horses be taught to
drink freely twice a day, - and1 be satisfied
with that? .If you can make it convenient,
nlesse answer the fallowing question in tbe
Wepetideni: . Wbat ruJea, should be obstrv-.
e4 with respect to waurfiug horses T . 1 wish
IO snow particularly now many uum a uay
it is nrcetsary to water bones; at what time
they should receive their drink; and .if. they,
should be. watered, more .frequently when,
working than when standing to the stable 1"
.Instccr. It is not a good practice to feed
horses and water them a little at a time and
often, any more than it is well for people to
partake of food between their regular meals.
Horses will always da better if fed and wa
tered three times a day -than they will jf fed
and watered only twice, or four or wore times
during the twenty-four hours..,- Sufficient
time ought to elapse between the periods f
feeding for the food to digest. For this rea
son tbe time of feeding should be six hours
s.nt Horses that, are worked regularly
every day should U watered uHie waning,
soon after they have finished eating; have a
small snpply of water before dinner, and all
they will drink after eating at noon; aad be
watered aain at night, before they are taken
in the stable, ' Every horse should be water
ed three time a day at tha least,-whether fce
workror not.--;- : ' v .:. : '- .1-. '
Many times horses will not drink ia the
morning. But at noon they will erave ten
gallons, wbich they should not be allowed
to have. Give them a limited supply at
night 'Then they will drink in the morn
ing. When horses are thirsty tbey will of
ten pour down twice as much as they really
need. It should. always he theaim to have
a horse drink three times a day, and not take
a large quantity of water at one time. . "
"' Wepribtthe folio wing 'Tecipes for wliat
they are wortb. which may either be nothing
at all or a great deal j . ,.r n .
Ct.aK von. Dihtba.-tA correspondent
of the Cincinnati Times suggests the follow
ing fr the early t-estnieut of diptheria:
' Take a little raw-or unmanufactured cot
ton, make a little ball about the s'ze of a
common pea, and place it into the ear stuf
fing it into tbe ear so as to preclude the air
on the side of the her.d on which the throat
isafrected. It will gir instantaneous relief,
and prevent further incarnation of the throat,
if taken in titnev -before ulceration takes
place. Iu such weather as this is now upon
us, this, I hope, msy be the means of. pre
venting much suffering both, to old and
Star Cms Fqa a Fei.f. 4 pouHiceof
onions, applied morning, noon and night,, for
three or four days will cure a felon. No mat
ter 1 ow bad the ease, splitting the floger
will be unnecessary if this poultice be used.
We have seen it tried several times, and
know that the remedy is a sure,, safe and
speedy one. Sewa Reporter. , ...
'Oulta perclia is obtained from the trees
when they sre about thirty years old. ' The
natives of the Ealayan peninsula and Borneo
obtain it by the destruction of the trees. At
tempts have been tur.de to induce theni Co
pi-ocure the sap by tapping, but the coagula
tion of the gum at tbe apertures, by exposure
to the atmosphere, makes it difficult to p'.ttain
It Jn paying quantities. Theuillvcsboillhe
mass in winter to soften It, cut it In strips,'
j .l.. bo i, tit k. r. a,i.n nU.tiy
1 AAA A6EKT8 WASTgB Tb. Bast Obanaa yat.
IIaRI 'A woik at H'aterlaal valae aa "rational
Intaraat. Tha only wark nn ear Mary yet la lh
laid. Agvnt ladno eavaalltiaa. Iafrass,'
FA Kit A a u t
and onr Vatil Coinius,t)T Hon. J..T. Headley
tha dlstlnnlahad Anthor and Hist nrlan . Sold only
by AnU. - addiaaa, K. R. TREAT k CO , PaMUh
an. 6S4 Breadway, Ntw Tork.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
( , jllyBROADVyAT, METf TOllL i
Bear4 f Dlreatarat
A A Law. annual WUlatev Olirrr B Gordon. S B
Chittandan, PatarC Cornell, BB Wm Kelly, Wm 3
Tlsdale. (ill I, B -rckmao, Jos A Spraaoa, Rnfna R
Smn, Alex T Blaka. Jam8 Koyas. wn C Fnwler,
Sim'4BCaldwall,NaraianH'Banttay.'Wa P ran-
Ura, J H Frolblafhani, Hon Stephen Tab-r, Iiuue H
rro1b.lrfhsin.0eo L WlllartL Henry PUrrepont,
Ooo F TSonaa, John Valaey, Ifnofham Town tend,
Tbonus T Baealay. Haary A Swift, Jamea H P.-on-f
ee. H Xrananf er, eeorta L Nlohola John W Froth
lagstni, William C Hholdnn, Oliver S Carter, lwli
B Loder, Joha T B Unwell, Erra P Prentice, Baaja
J. . ! ' " ' - ' '
t1""",''; OFFICKRS. ' " '
Saosea I WiiiAHn,......i.J.:;?....,...rVaaldat.
O H Oobdoii, y lea President.
OW Pitkb..... Secretary and Actuary.
A W Roomia, H O..Conan'tiniPbyiieian. Brooklyn.
W P PssitTK , Att'y a ConaMllor,2 Wall St.
This Company, now fnlly orr.aniMd, halnir com
plied with tha laws of S. Y.Stat a, and draoaited
fioe.oeo'or lta etpitaL with tha anparintaadant of
tha Inmranea Department for tha saenrity of its pol-ley-holdera,
ia now prepared to inane tha various
kinds of nollcWa on aa favorable oonditlonv. aa thoaa
of any other Company. ...
Dividends increase with tha aire of the Po'iey. . .
&n'Bartie4pating rate are lower than those of
any Company ia tha world.
Losses paid in thirty days after dna notice and
proof of death. '
. Liberal arraDfecaenta-niada fa-rag srd to travel. -
One-third of tha amount of preratom will be loaa
edtbe volley-boldars whan desired.
Liberal arrangements made wirh goad Agents;
" FOR TUB ' "
'fWOMEN OF ,THE WAR,"
! Attracting Thousands by ita tbrl'Ung record of tha
noble and pare minded woman, who foliowei their
bnsbandsand sons to tha war. Written in the glor
ier aad anal stirring language ef Fun Itoosa.
Mlling beyond onr molt sangatna azpaetatloaa.
1:1,000 copies sold the Srst month of rte iaens.
Handrads of Commendations from tha Prees end r is
fngnlahed individnsls are ponrlng in from all parts
of the ennatey. Agsnts are reporting from tan to
twenty-live orders per day, and say they And manr
who are ready to teas tba work as soon aa presented,
which is a new feature tn tha book boeineea This
work is Uaown reeommeudatioe, and sella freely to
tha beat elnieea of aoeistyi Faithfai, energetic, per
eerering man and women will in the agency find lu
crative employment. Send for eirculara, giving full
partfeniarB acd ae oiir terms Address NanoaAL
tcsusauo Co , 148 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati
Frank Miller's Prepared Harness Oil Blacking,
.... fu-Oiling Harneesee, Carriage Tops, fcc, ready
- for wee-, with directions for using.
Frank Ollller'e Leather ' reaeivetire sod Water
Proof Oil Blacking-, or Boole and Hhn. . .
Frank Mtller'e Pale PreeeeTstiro, azprruly for
-; Ladies', Oentlenwn'a snd Children's Ucrocco
- KIT uen ana rateni LeuuerSboes.
Frank' Itlillep'a Brilliant Jet Black PoTUh Oil
Blacking, " - ' i- -l
Far sale ajeaermlly ia the U S aad Censa
FKAKK MILLKK k CO, 18 20 Cefar 9B, K. T
'I.. - ' - '
. ! COTTON WARPS
Of MjtHtm iiatlitr. all namb-rrp. wldtha. ?olorp and
Mtpras Drrxsl od.Biu ttaAj for the loom.
for nw bj
ALKX. WH1LLDIN it SONS,
it I? . PHILADELPHIA, PA. -I)
Wool and Woolen Tarns sold on commission-. "
rASIUOS . t'OB 1867
Bralle's nuplex CIHptle or Doable
in . i ripriua; BKirisr
Will not Bend or Break like tha .finale anrin..
They are toth Ifursble, Economicil, and ejtylish.and
will pi eat ne their perfect and graceful shape where
wipw n uiivvb inwu iwiem
Wealav Bradley etc Cary, a; Chambers St
ritHE HORACE WATERS)
X tJRA.sD, ctuaa axd Fraiear
: Altai Cabinet Organs,"
"Who'eeale and retail. ' Tit awl lutntmenlt mul;
warranted for six years. New T octave PUnoe fot
7Sand npward Seond hand Pianoe at barsine,
priaea from Sou to tl&. Liberal discount to Teseh
ersand Clergjmen. Fsetory aod Wareroome, No.
481 roadway, Kew York. i . . ,
;. ' HORACE WATER'S ACO., ttannfscturerg. .
Washes Weill Wears Well!
THE GENUINE MAGIC RIFFLE.
THBSS iood',hVTirjt th ab0T trad) nark on th
Box and Card, ar wifnotM to mwnarw tlx fall
jwrdt In each pira, nd to W fi AR and WASBaa well
aa an mvto by hnd.
T GcinnxarllAafo Hr rri,cs, -till caBaraetuivd
by tha original invj0tor and pa'cntaes. on mpiiof
macbtn rj, frain tnbetmateriatri, and nndar care
ftU aaprriaxioa. bar itlutaotf tha tt-aa ofaiJ fra
eoniiUat nae,Ktrfnfr.lnTarablf wti refaction.
Maoaftetnrfrrt by Thb Wioio Rvrrt.it Compact,
96Chmb raS net. JSw Ycwh. A' rMstouftetarctt
Of It fit Fitting lron$ . Howu-madc Rvfict.
Ttte Adveitifrcr'a Gaxctir4. pablfobed at
tioston.l.ari , ia tha only pch'icalloo or ita kind in
thfi country. It eo&tici iuformati'tn ittdi0pni:ble to
T6ry AdTertinar. Subscription pre k Ona Dollar per
aai-'ia adranoe. PpeiaMmeop:eit lO.eentr.
IfcfUiar WeItb, He6i-tnnt, S'ation, or Condition
rinpJ-f ' i .
THErHlLrUTOKEV, or KetcaW Friend, exprerily
for tbe benefit of fma'ea nufferinf from- hysteria
nen aa, nerroae irrttabUiy, diBrrasinf appiehem
ieos end U those troable-ome complaJnta that io
rlte permture old aj(, aud render lif Ktierable.
DescriptiTepwVpMetaantonrroript of postaaiatanfp.
RtSLBV'ai BLCUU i THE CURK tar Patu sad
WeakneM in tbe Back and Lolot;ai)d all those
oonplainUirMltint;frovtarsDa)ent of tra VI d
oejsand uiinaxy orr-o. VU in large bott'aa by
the drugefsfa.' IURRAL, RISLEY 4 CO., Whole
sale ftraggtattf, HI- Chambers t. Near York. ' '
ADVERTISElSou proenre "a complete list
of all &w spa port pqaiuhed is tear New Eng
land Statea,by enclosing cents to Gio. P. RoirtLt
Co, Adwti.laf ageBU.Bostfn rt NevTork
OliamptIolU Scrofala, Rbeomstirm, ka. Ilo
geraaa'a tnin Jieicioai loii L.iTer
s-Otit Oil ha stooa the trst of 'JO Teamed (booe-
ands of patients attribute their recorery to Its nee.
It la warranted pure. HFOHMAN Jt 03., Ctaerasta
and DrayglstSalStw York. , ,
X CUNTS te nave US dollara.
Benalae. Instantly r- moves Paint and Grease
dseia, acsl aleana Gloves, Silks, Ribbone, are , aqnaJ te
new. 8old by )rngfist.
CBAPPCO BANDS sod Face, Sore Lips, fcc tared
at once by the use of Ileaeman'a Camphor
lee wltb tjirycenae, seeps me eanas sort in the
coldest weather. See tost yon get the Genuine.
THE moat Perfect lrnu Tonie-
HegenraaS Verratcw Kllxlr of Bark.
Af leaaant cordial containing the satire principles
of Cattsaye ara and Pfnyf hotjiktti of irae. Sold
7 ProMtf4- .-' ' "'" " '
HOUSES, FARMS. LANDS,
(fit ., l,t 1 w .;-.--M", . !
Towuseud A: Cas Ileal JCslate Reooret
1 A large journal, pabUshel monthly, sent free, con
taining dsa-riptioaaof city and country property.
Dae lings, Stores, Lots, Farms, Country aats,
afllls, Lands, &c , &c. Farms in Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Maryland, Dataware, Virginia, and other
States Lands in Pennsylvania and tha south snd
west For full particulars, price, terms, Are., send
for Baal KstatafUord. I' ass, 237 South Birr a 8t.,
MADAHK JUVSUS MammarUl Balm and Patent
Bresst Elevator Todcrelop the form phsi
oloricaliy. Depot, ait. Canal fit, if T. Bead for
el cular. Sold by Druggists. Agents waited.
IIIKK rll6 CUBE.
I Lir uia?rkre iif:wui, inr til.
eat an operation er mentrice, relieves
tne woretc?ee in & miuuts,aad has nev
er f lied tf eft ct s pennsnent cure. Send
for c rcalar. Sold by druggists g-nerallv.
Aginta wsnted everywhere. Pent by
mail on receipt ef $1. J B. RosutSE,
Hanager, 675 Uroidwuy, Kew Vork.
A Phjsloloa-fcal View of .narrintye,
eonUlning nearly 300 psg-a, and 130 Sue p'afa
the Anatomy of the hnman Organ. In a
stata of Hea'thand pisease, with a Treatise on Karly
Brrora.Ua twtioiavw CuiuuCnuts npon tbe Hind
and Body, with the Authors Plan of Treatment the
only rational and successful mo 'e of Care, ss shown
by Uie report. oiasestrcaU-d A truthful sdviser to
the-msrried, snd those rontetnplsting manisge,who
entertaindosbts ef tbrir pbysioal condition. Sent
free of posUgeto any adlre.s on receit of 2b cet;' ia
stamps or postal currency, 'r sddressmg Df, LA
CROlj, Ko.81 Maiden Lre,Altj',N. T. Ihe au
thor may be conralted npon ny ot tbedisasses np
oa which his boo treats- Medici oe seat tosny part
tatworlJ, , f .,
Sl'Wt PK MONTH and Expenses pa.d Mile M
Female A jrets, ta Intiodcee a new and nse
liu invention, of s-w'n'e utility In every houeebold.
Agents pnferrinv to work aa C tmmiolnn fn earn
from SaUtoHt per oy, 'orfoiiMrneniars. en-
ex M tlllUBCW.,
IfASrKl), Agents to sell Gn
ru.ll W Date's
History of Morgan's fsnlry." E.erybody
lays iu Agaata are aiak ng J CO rar aaek. lor
loiceof territory, SAl-lieaeilKo. II fsssuout, Pab
lishsr, 11 Msin Sw, Ctaoinnati, O.
MARKIAGE ASD CKMBACT, Aa ss,
say ut warnipj and instruction loryonng men,
k i.r. niuun and Ai.uses which nennsnantly Pros
trate the Tits! Powers, with snre means of relief.
Sent Free of Charge, In sealed letter envelopes
- t vs - ' '
S":!l llsw f "jT '' ' !' "
. -, - - ,
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad.
P!f and after Tns iay, '). 20th. 1S69, trainn will
' ran daiv, Sundays excepted,) as follows:
Leave Fremiiil,st ..... 4 4o o'clock, F. hi
" -Winters, aiS ' " " '
Kanaas..-.4..va.j i 84 . ' .
' Amedei, 2. " "
" IJlVI ......... tf!T-
. . Ranch Fostoria Ill,,,",,
- Laare Foetoria 3S
Arrive at FinUiay,...., .4 . .; .
returning', 1 .
: Leave Ftndiay, at.Li.t.'.- r.S!) o'of.wik
I 4 '
Aroaiiu..iij.. s os ' -a..,.-.
Leave Fostoria;.-. , 8 44 " '" '
- ajnekaoo.,..... 0 , ,
' Annd n, B.18 " " '
... - K.naaa,...;.;.. .S8.i -
Winters 9 12 , u
ArrivcntFrnont,. ---------WIS' " " -
rremont, iViv., lson. ;,(.. i . . .
eTrsius only stopon signal. , . . r.f
Trains leave Fremont in the mnrrtitir. nfier litonr-
rival of Traioa f mm Cievttand aad Toledo, and ar
rive at Fremont in the afcernoooin time to connerf
wtlh Trslne on the Clavolnnd Toledo R.i'. Rd tioih
Passengers by thie Hue rearh Fin'Hav s-reral hours
la advance of any other route.
Bnv Tiokets, vis Fremont, In Cleveland and Ta4a
do, at the Ticket Ofiloos of the Cleveland and Toledo
BROAD SVAOCVOVBLK TRACK ROVTM
TO . - . .
NEW YORK, BOSTON,
aad New Eur land CUIch.
THIS BAILVTAT EXXENDHi "PROln"
Buuklrk to PTew Vrw-W 460 Mllee,
Duiiisiu si new both. 4x4 .Taiieav .
Salamaoea to New Vork 415 I'll lea,
, ; aso-ia raoa ' '"'
S3 10: 27 miltt THK SltOHTE8T
All trains run direetlv throuih to New Tork.
sw lire, vu.nt cmMBgrn ex lyewcaea.
From ad after Nov. 19th, lSr). Trains will leara
lu conaectton with ail western line, aa follows: -
I KO,n DCNKIHK ANDS1L1JIAWA-
sAf i ora una iroro t men iepote:
0.00 A. M. fltw Turk D Erprea. from ?alman-
ea, fairy, (except auiuys.) interseicta at Hot-
nersrlllcwlth the s 30 A. M. Uav Express from
and srrtves tn new xork at 10.SOP. M. Buffalo,
7.10 A. M. Ixfrtu 3tnl, from Dunkirk,! Daily
(except Snnd.ys). Mops at Salamanca a40
A. M , and eoaneeta at Hornallsrille aod
with theCorning 8 30 A M. K-presa Mail from
Brffilo,and arriresin New York at 7.00 A. II.
4.15 - W- Tork iViVAf Etpress ft-otn Dnnkirk
. Oaily (except SnuUa 'S). Stops -at rialamanes
65. P X , and arrives ui New Yolk at 12 30 P.
' ; M- oaneetlng : with Aftemeon Trains and
Steamers for, Boston and New England Cities.
FROn BfJsTAI-d By New 'York time from
.. Depot Cor. xohange and Michigan Streets.
6.30 A. M. Aea) TorkDof Ezpttu (arKlayaexe
c-pted). Arrive., in Kew York at 10.31) P.M.
. Connacta at Orvat Bend -with the Dclavare,
Lackawanfaand Western Railroad for Ptiila.
delphia, Baltimore, Washington, and allpcinta
8.30 A. M. Exvrtn Afaif, via Avon .and Horaells
ville (Dii'.r. except Sundays). Arrives in New
. : York at 700. A.M., CcnnaeU a Blaxirawrlh
Williamsport ex Eliolra Railroad for Harria
burgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, washingtoo
and points South, . t.
P. M. Lightning Ezpre$at Snndsye excepted,
stops-for wii-d snd water' onty.'acd arriros In
New York 7 00 A. M. Conueoi.at Jersey City
with Morning Fxprr-ss Train or Nw J rsev
- - Railmad for Us'llT.o-. and. sMngon, and
at New York wi'h Morning Exprers Train.ox
' " rtoeton and ewEnglsnd(Jiti-s.
6.10 Pi M. Tea) 1'or A'iiK Eiprtii, DaiU Con.
n-ctsst Uorneluivt It with, tlied 16P. M. train
fioir. Oonkirk, and arrives In New Y.irk at 12.30
P M. Also connects st Elmirs f,ir tUrriaburg,
11 JIO J. M. C'iaeuaafi fryrarj Daily Extent
8nndwe(. Arrives in New York at 3 45 V. M
Connects at 6reat Bend wih fliTe, Lscka-.-wancaA:
Western KaH'ond,,anrJ at Xaw York
with Afternoon Train snd S'eamers for Bos
c' ton and New New England dries.
Only One Train Eaut ou Sunday, leaving BolTs
lost 0-19 P. M , and rescuing New York at 12 30 P. M.
. , - . ' - : . ' , . t ; ; T -
Boston and New, England Pnwecrcrs, with their
Baggnge, are transient d free of ckrg inKjtw York.
TUB BEST TSNrlLATED A5D X'lST LlXLKIOt'S
S L E E P llSiiZC QAQ UtS
tir.lN THE WORLD JP1 '
arcompany all night trains on this rai'wsy0"5 ' "
Btggare ehec'ed threngh. aOd fare always "as '' lew
as by sny other Route., ,: ;.!(
Aek for TirkHm era iTris Rui'teao, which can
beobtalned st alt Principal Ticket t'fnces in Ihe West
and South-West. . . . -i , . .
h. RinrjM, w.n. r. itiitH,
. .., . .Hea'l.Sua't. - i-. (Ku'l Paae. Ag-nt '
ARE UIVEQiALEri "
'Scrofula, SiphiUs, Skin . tis i
"''efi.se. Old Sores, Suft Iiheum, ' 1
i, ' Dynpeiwia or Indigestion,
Liver Complaints, Rheumatism,1
' Fever and Ague, St.'An- '
. r. thauy'a Fire,1 ;
, Erysipelas, Tumors, JLitipttoitg,
. i'tV, Scrofulous . (km-. ;. ., .fl
"!;:. ,. -mio. ..etc., ,ri
0SE ierson writes, her dsncbter was cured
of Fits otniseyewre' steading, and .6. Vites
drtoce of two vears.
ANOTIIEB'wriles, his son- was cofed sfler ;'
, his flesh hsilsUnost aosteil awnv. . , .,.,
' The doctors pronounce,! the case Incurable.
ASaTIIKKwHS cnretl of Fever and Ague af.
ler trving erery nietlicinr. in his reach.
ANOTHER wits uiireJ of Ferer Sore which ''
. had existed fourteen veiirs - -. ) , ,
" ANOTHER of ltlicu"mntism of eight jears.
' Cases inttiinterslile of lryspensia arr-l Liver
Cemi.lsint rotrlfl be mentioned, ia which the :
piinrW and Pills work like a churns.
m BLOOB POLS
? It i:
Are she hwift active SU'Z uvmigh pills Hint
Imreever boen iiiiixMlueeti. Tliey act so dt- '
rectly upon the Lver, exciting that organ ta .
such sr extent ss th it the system does not re
lapse Mtp u I'prmer cvntlitieu, liich is too ai4 ,
to be the case with simply a purgative pill.
. They are really a-;.. - ..! : .'
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,"
ami. iii conjuncfiOo with the "
, Will cure all the siorenientiosed diseases, and, -i
of themselves, will relieve and cure , . .
Headaclie, Qostivecess.v Oolift
Ping, Oholera ; MorbnB,'
- Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,"!
:" Dizziness, &c, &c. ' ' " ,..'
Stomacli Bitters I
hhould be fI hr fonvnlo-iontn tn strengthen
the prostration wbich ulwnys- follows acute
Try these nirciitjinc, ftr.l yov Tili never r-;
gretit. Ask your npigU.wrii who hare nsl'.
tnPTi., mi'i th'rr will pay thev are GOOD
MEDICINES, and Pbou.d rjr tham be
ore goipg lor phvsician.
f R1NCE, WALTON & CO., ",.
. (Successors to Dr. C. W. Kobnck.) ,
- " ' SOLE PKOr-KIETORS,
Nos. 56, 68, 60 & 62 E. Third St."
Are. Sold by ail Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
- EVERYWHERE. . .
V oilderf ul bul'lTHe. Mailjrue Tteoiiii'ton1
the world renowned Astrologi.t snd doinnarabaitxtie
While in a Clairvoyant state, delineate tie very fea
tures of the pe-son - on are to marry, and by the aid
ef an instrument of intense power, known ae the Pev
eboraotrope, guarantees tn produce a perfect d life
like picture of the future husband or wife of tne ap
plicant, wi'h dte ef marriage, orcipa'inn, leadlog
traits of character. Jtc. This is na imnoiti- n, as lru
tirn-.oialswitlioatnurntiercsna.sert Br stating ntca
of birth,,age. dlnpoxition,color of erf and fiits,and
enclosing fifty cents, snd atatpe envel ipe'sldreised
to yearaelf yon will reeetwa the pl-rture try return
mail, together with desired infoimation. Addretsin
o-inudence. Uadjims Gkktkitii Ruixutos, P.O. ttoz
87, West Troy, N. Y. 38me.
T . . , . . I . 'j If
wee l Opopuiax from rtfexlc.o! tr.e
most elfrusnd e.sanll.1 n.fil ,a..i.i.
, fw-.a a.eMrtia.'rotfise-."'-
lr 1 1 fstBJi assnwaBwJawannavanneai
f:r iji J u V iri-t
snmiti firry) in .ml
r WRY Sl'PFER WITir THIS"'
Dangerous 4 Loathsome. Plseose
:''-"l-: r,lWHEX it'" ':'! ' ' : '
lf t 3 S '. --.!'! !-ll- it " I
Cain he Cured !
Fradicated from the System
.BY TUK I SE Or'
. at-: i . - i . c i
vr' e .ff.p- ti::F
-- I -...
-;- ' I .un
-.'.To1' T ).
.-a ' f,i ,,.5 ;.-. ' '.'I--.'ttH '.'"
Celesa cheeked in ita ineipieat slagas.
JrlT' NEVER FAILS Ijef
5 ,,. -. . h
t7TSIM!.R;StX. ,' rj WILL I.AeVI A MONTH.
COLD IN THE FTKATJ r- rH
V--. '-i -iw .- Relieved las Few Hi Dale.
!o l; i; - ;aos. d by offensive secretVaas.
.f "S; :i' in it i . ' . f
) '. ? ' 'I '-'
In ... n r: s.i. 'a .( 2 ''' ' v
Cansed by Cstarrhsl auctions.
I.rrj friorit" ;f
si a. 'vts a. an'.
"NSE. 0 P SMELL ,
-Wr ti'..e - Whrn Vssraed eeaecrroyedt.
t,,. - .. ... ,V '.. . -.-j t-r
i Wi sh caa.ed by C VUrrnaj .l'lHi'lee. All are cu e!
' .5 - if", by this isuredy. i .v.
.a,'-..-.? i.-if.;-! : 'S ' .-! ;
.'Throat i Affections
Arn irwtra frequeatW thv-w olhst wist, caused bf
tMck, nHmt rnueoas, falliog fr-tra tfa hs.d. spsclsJd
y ttorlnr stitfttMD& resiltiaa; from Cfttarrb,
fti eared b. .. . , . , .
f ' .n V ' . t . VI-
ir t Ire Sccyc's
li a u i D-: -
O A T A H Illl
.-tne symptoms of Catarrh are stars very slight.
Persons find they have a cold, that they save bf
qqetrt attacks, and are more sensitive to me a;ngas
of tsmperatare. Iathieenndltioathe noea may
drv, or a slirht discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards
thick an I adhesive, may ensue.
As the disease becomes chronic, the oisehargee are
rncreise.1 In quality and chsoged in quality ; they
are nnw tbiex aod heavy, aod are hawked or eonghrd
off, The secessions are alkm ive,-ieaurng a aad
breath; tbe sense of smell is lessened or destroyed;
dea necs ireaently txkee place.
Another carnmon and important symptom of Cat
arrh ia tint tbe person is obliged toelesr his throat
ia th. mouiuirol a sliek or slivjy manna, whtch
hxs fallen from the head daring tha nirbt. When
this takes piece, the person may be sura that hie (la
ease is on its way to (he loags, aad ebeald loose
time in erreeUng ll
.t ; .'. - .
: Til above a-e bat. a few of the many Catarrhal
Symptoms. Writa to our Laboratory for our pam
phlet describing fnlly sll symptoms: it will be sent
raF.K to any eA're'S. Also directions where
pmcard the medicine.
We are receiving tetters from all parte of tho fja
ion, and also eumernue testimonials from those ttaing
it, hearing the evidence of its iotalliba menu. -
17 This remedy eonta na no ariaeras or puuesaws
iugredialt, bat ts prepared from vegM.b!e rxtracta
txclmieelo: theretore it is porjtctlf kmrmiett, eten
to ta most tender and delicate child. j
Call fot Seeye's CaiarrA Rimed, and tain
other. If not sold by drnggista in your vicinity, they
will order it lot yau- Price ft per eoUas.
All persons suffering with any arleetiaa ef
Heal, Throat er Lungs, ahonll write atnaeelor
fhaasphlet fully deearihine ell symptoms pertaining
o the above diseases.
- It wilt bs cent free to any address. ' -
' ' ' ' Antiasss
Dr. D. 11. SEE LYE 4 Co.,
' FREKPORT, ILUNCU.
, So'd by Wholesale and Retail Dreggiste.
QK3ERA I. AdSyTk,
'"j.i'an Vrsrs, CincVnniti, Ohin; fsller, Hsch
J' lihr Chk-agn, 111; ueruiieme ft Van iHchaack.Chl
ctg'i. Ill; Denr Uarns Ce, X w Yik; I) Fucssm
ft Co, Buffalo .V V; Fsrrsnd, She'ey a Co, Detroit,
Mich: Weeks It rotter, Boston, iiase; Fiee!s Kteh.
ards Co. Pblladeipii'.a, Pa; R S Sellers A Co. Pitts
burgh, Pa; Collins Rro's, St Loats, Ho; Bamee,
Ward st Co.w Orleans, l.s;R A Rnbinaoa 4
I.oni..vil!eKy; Bugler & Bro, Mamnhis, Tesn; P
Tepny, Kir-hmona, Ve; Thnaipsoe k Block, Bale,
more, iiti; iWxtir At N ::gr, Aioany.N V; Strong
- , ft..iv'emesn jttM XMet-.wr..' :.
m tn' aaial -.e4
Ursybeaded iPeorle nave their feetsW
iomtir tt ea iswaarsv ielraea, wlaaa ayesavaef
yc-rb,a-rl aJwtapw 't . ,-1 , , -t;;
theaeaaAahionable eoaara eharawA te a eesU,
Bobnra and rejoice! -,-. - ..
Paople whose heaea-re ZTT7?'
.ndmsssr,BrIUedasTe clean, costs aaa.ew
and heal thy scalps!. . v . jJL
BaM-eaAel Vetera ne s-ve tTfk
Im kiska tightened, and tha aara spots covered witn
i UxanTgwTh of H.f.jd dnca trfjj
Bwryboey mmofmtniU ese it, tsrsasa It U tae
eUmmut aadacM article In the sserke.
For Sale by DOIH.KY - 'itoIJ
AaenKs Toledo. O.. and 8 JCCilU 3 k ONS aaL
K. ILLOS SON, Frtmoot. and Bragtlrrs gea'
arallr. ' ' ,J" ' "-" - W T
'.' taV aT . asT
Ttata la tTrCre thmtlvf
i wn, a rrai 6vnt:
,t?' t! ati;-ai ffgi
Tliia la the Man who rw
" gray. " ' ' a ''
Who aewr bee saeeai Inakei VMS esyr
He need the Core thatjsy ,... y Rp,
ne nsca ine i..nre inavisY
la the Ambrosia thai Kin; nude?
. r9. ..w. e e.s.aayTeaaal
'This Is the Uatdwa, assAnwfa
who manied the man oaee bald sod
' tjrsy, ' t.ti
t T r I' I " ll "Tsi p sasun
xi u sm roe AMapusiA xaayaa
. atir tT ' SD-ftava va." W
This fs flic rHrW.wWWvWwwV-.
i Isjsrvsed tbe msaSeo, aaaaaeiaxee SSHl s
- ' T. t. man nnN, nl.f af . W ' M S
1 41 fVj But who ndw'trls rave Err' fleaev
S ttv 1 Because hcnscd An Core friaf fif? !
e-fc? Ia the Ambbosla that fiyfos; ma."
s ! .-v.!-, :") a'aixen!. .r
ur ; r. " jtrt -0 WVa 1 !,ff
T)iiaWls Hell tsat irnus.as.ajt-,;,
.To arouse the people sad end gxy.w
' I nto tins fact, which here does lay-
'Tf rvu wxmM Ml told capewfs J
caa axe arajKoi in laeaanaai eigaeie
at is ieeajS wa
L i. TCB3S ft GO, PrortitTORs, ftrtHBourr,! J
f r- - ...j. 4j ;t -..e
wtw raiiT ei.Tinse's
: BhimshsByKssraigrS. .srTJeVaj.
. . ,.r . r-- V sn- . .
Tie Beat and Cheapest Bm mi OiXO
. Medklrrfy bs U rTrit
isiii exsii .-r ..w 1
jxs ; a .- I
(M IDrvUBmomt Ik. United Simtoo am Oaaa
srrai tarnMi arrMHe.
For the eore of the varlrras' trtaSjsiea'tTTwvidrv
Horses ana UBltie are sun-m: sncrr wj -
Fonnder, Dlaternner, H!3e JVmn9. y nasi e '
Annetlte, Inward Ptralna, Tel irrw watet.
Flstala. Pott Evil,. rVmlrtiee or
Oreaaev Marrfre,; lriCfuernUrtncj , t1iJ
Eyes, and 'Fatiirse frairi Hrd Lasasrf
alsru Kbenmatlsm. (commonly esJletl
rovea- ratal Vr
to many vsjnabie Horaea
IbJeT 1WW I
Has fne? largest sale of eny Horse's Cevrfe ! V
re this eoontry: n Si wnHesaref lisrtxi awiawsw ewdi'
hr ilMneas. safety, certssnty and tteeaeabe sss,saasaw t
pre-eminently at the bead of tba-Bx of-ATii as end
CtUI Xcdtanot. - - - -
It carries off all aroas bsnsara.prarenew aevaas freaa
becoming stttT er ejendartna; porMlee skeliluotl. lexrseae
Ineaain, an asvee a sssrwia ana ginsay alsMajaxaaaxa
alaaasas the water end Irsngihens exact narAf- the
tody. It ia aiae a eats end oaciaist raendy for ee
aw sbMs, whica gesaratase aw ay. auai .ajwssss.
The Cow raairlres to be tntrened wtea aaf a
pjod not to trades her ft rtiie n not-dee sraota, baa as' '
keep rip a recntar seciettoe of wifik, and aa ewaeip eaY
sows will and by giving thesa--- " a a .r-ejrie
BLOAira cojfDmox xtrerBzajf,
twice e weesya, large increase leenans'ty H" I sailtlj
of milk and creasa. It earrlesea ad fever end nan
preriUeaof sheblosd. m jjiini tkrt
seaaen by a rich, and, asandnnl jaw I BMiav. . ,:,
Tbe termer la beginning to be ewie-e af the velwabts
propertlea of Stomnfs (kmAitiem Jkii dsi', 4a Bse
ssetlng the cooditioa of hie shssp and sra.cn Una aj.sj
af the disaxeea of all Ike eae.ltcalad axetxaala. rj
tu a . jjlx
A Bfry cant leokss.-ef Ulssii
lar oot into e barral ef xarjli ra-liWn laaai out.
bash uei of com Spwwtaa, a Beej. and de e4erBua pre.
eaailva as .Uog Haw lees, kllarl Haaaiaysiij axkwr.
dxsesaae. eaj eeaanal Bflawl .j . artja tl ?aw
VAX VT!OirJr pretai
aieeraas sssd Sbaaaii.
na imnosad npon by xtortaiase Isxltajliiaa -caaj.
sral rlear she fa aasxiis slaeHis ittaeJaa.
pssatonf ear aae weappaar i u... -m. a,:.; aea-e
PHOX a M tT3- Pr3 BXJtTLaV ei.CT.esw.9
lor tale by DrtjggisU and liercWt! ehire.
" --.- aVT.'.; 9it.m,
I. a Deaws, ttwl
. . 'i.i-"oJ ea-.
WTTST X, TBTTi"T"',sS"'we
w . a.awsa iwv T
' 'j jaT RETAIL V? '
S... BLXKLAJH5 OClir
E.' DILLON BpVw, nirv
Pifio's Cm for; Co lVl a ia p Hob,
. . thai
j. f' 1 wv a-rP. v.
.rr Stf dT
IF YOU H A V Cotvsaarifitrr. tf4V -
. ' w.i ., ,:.. -,evt .r. k
' '-- ' . i - - . ; - -
If yoj bare a Cona-ri, rr ft.
.r T .mi
If you have lifioiTlfjsl "Cistase, try it.
IX you Lave
tlreatlfitl rlisesae elo net' hi-ie trt-'triiB
rmc!y. 1 1 it.) wen bo veeJ veirv awiaxee
M - - Vf it '
ill be refunded ss set forth ia
which acetunpaaarseacli holil.f-
nnlilex.fi. s w-p
; 1 ,u.rt
UK. K. DILLON ex SOS,
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is- Hair m jfy y tkSiSVfc' Vatal
' -a- : . --,-1-a.e;S
WH1CHTUK FIRST SYMPTOM. WAS A
. ' ' ' - .-" ea a arte.
SLIGHT COUOHT " " 5yl
Stop Tliiei! Stop Thief!"!
And care your cold wi h
A netias forCrtfiHS, C0IJ1. BtONCflme;
sons thuoat . d an d... cftfi. TnirTW
l.l Nt;.-: snn a .are preveetire ef that fatal dtaece -
FR1C1 0ST.r Ifccrt ' -eo I e4:
n miliiaa snM annuallr. SelcTat Brav. -aad
KeCalloch's f ri,1 blb" V Wa'erkM-tT!
aad by dealers general'y. . 1 A1r''
. a ' 7rJ; iters 7iri4
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