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''"'CALL AND SEE THEM,
'CALL AND SEE THE'M
WW m in ifsrket with a large and
aried Slock of
Inss, Cloaxlncs,all of. wales, hart boea selected with
TO buy tha bast andlatest styles or Crockery
eon to. ... . KMMRICflt CO'B.
,c rJ O i- '
get the worth of your money
. re ty a BosadofTE A call at
aIU i i EiULRICH k GO'S.'
F you want the best SUGAR in inar-
L kt aat tto xaost foryearnwwey von will sod It at
EMMR1CH fc CO'S.
rX)FFEE, the best at
. . , EMMKICH fc CO'S.
'OR pure and unadulterated Grocer
ies of all kind ro to
EMMRICH fe CO'S.
WE call special attention to our
- new htock
of Cloths, Caaslmora, Vesting, (seats Furnishing
ThlawohSTB a larfc aajwell selected assortment
parcheneawltaspacial raftrsae to taia market and
IhU trade; ; f -
Cannot be Undersold!
.Qur PrtJit s hunt be Small but Sniff
Quick. ' '
Our Stock is too complete for enum
woods iooarhaa to oail and oxamlae bafora loins
elsewhere, aa wo cm poaitivalyevll job goods if job
ik to bay. .
No Trodlt to Show Goods.
. : ', EMMRICH & CO.
P.S. MR.A.GUSDORF IN RETIR-
Ifcg from the Dry Goods Trad, retain aaoeJoaat
Out axor,BBa wiuouy, paying tiuu u
DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS,
WHE AT,CORN,RYE,0 ATS, SEEDS
. .... WOOL, 40, 4C.
E. & CO.
Fremont, October U.1S6. S9atf
IN FULL BLAST!
Afcl MOW OPENING A LARGIend wall as
sorted Stock of
DRY GOODS !
Soots and Slioes,
Hals an&Caus, Sec,
AU of whieabBWbeenbougMatthe
In New York;nd w art offprint the entire stook at
j rum kiM Tau
We weald ear that vi havs detarmlnod to maka
imi a BorrBsao mi iwhmhhm -
every report aad at all timea, to compete amrit
-i.i. .M,j.nt in Northern Ohio. We will
FIRST-CLASS GOODS, AND SELL
THEM AT A LARGE PER CENT
LESS THAN THEY CAN BE
. BOUGHT ELSEWHERE.
GIVE US A CALL
And cam pare oar priea and goods with tho price
asaedyouatotherplaoea, and joa will ba convinced
' IS TO
Buy Goods at Head Quarters,
. . CASH PAID FOE
AND ALL KINDS OF
rraBOnt O, Sept 16. 1S06 28tf
LATEST FASHIONS DEM AKD
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
(OR DOUBLE SPRING)
I 3F5. T -
rrtHE WONDERFUL FI.EXIBIUrY AND GREAT
I comrort and pleaaura to anr lady wearing the
Duplex Elliptic Sairt will be ejtperieoced particularly
ia all crowded aammblioa, epene, rarriares, railroad
can, church pews, arm chair, for promenade and
bouse dres., as tha skirt can te folded when in use
to occupy a small place aeeasilT and conveniently aa
a silk or maslia dress, aa invaluable qnality ia crin
oline, not foaod in any 8ingle Sprine Skirt.
A lady having enjoyed tha pieasure, comfort aa
tjreat convenience of wearing the Duplex Ellipti
Steel Spring Skirt fora single day will never after
wards willingly dispense witb their use. For chil
dren, mtaees and young Udica they are superior to
They will not bead or break like tha single spring,
bat will preserve their perfect and graceful shape
whaa three or four ordinary skirts will hare been
throws aside as useless. Tha Hoops are covered
with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods
are not only doable springs but twios (or doable)
revered, preventing them from wearing out wnen
dragging down stoops, stairs, ac
Tha Duplex Elliptic ia a great favorite with aU la
4iea aad is Bntveraally recommended by the Fashion
Vacarinea aa tha SFADARD SKIRT OF THE
To on joy the following estimable advantages ia
Crinoline, Tic: superior quality, perfect amaufaetBre
otylish shape aad iniah, flexibility, durability, com
fort and economy, enquire for J. W. Braslbt's
Duplex Elliptic, orDouble spring Skirt, and ba sura
too rot the genuine article.
CACnON To guard against IMPOSITION be aar
ticalar to NOTICE that Skirts ogred aa Duplex "
have tha red Ink stamp, vis: "J. W. Bradley's Da
niel Elliptic Steel Springs " pnoa tha waistband
none othera are geouioe. Also notice Uat every
iiaop willadmti a pin being paasad throogh thacan
n.m. i,nAii tha two 1 or double I spring, braid
ed 'together therein, which ia the secret of their
uoxibility and strength, and a combination sot loan
FOR SALE in all stores whore FIRST CLASS
skirts are sold, tbrooghoat the United States nd
leewhere. Manufactured by the Sole Owners ot ta
Patent. WESTS, BRADLEY OAKY,
4m3 97 Chambers ana 79 at II BeadeSta, N Y
LAKES of U klndsforaalaodpried to order
Li the , -, JflEatVBII VMAKVIIWSi
F R E IV3 O N
Clothing, Clothing, Clothing
.One Door North of National Bank,)
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT
THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH
. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
32 XL CID TD HEL Ul JSS C&rZ
; MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR OF EVERY STYLE A QUALITY.
Piece Goods, Cloths, Cassimers, Hats & Caps,
Gents Furnishig Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Done to order, and a manner unsurpassed elsewhere.
DRYFOOS & BROTHER.
Fbemokt, Mayl8, 16C6. 20yl. ;
AGGREtiATR ASSETS, 3,16,'iOr.S.
Ptativitt of tha eonditioo of the GERUAMA
FIRE INSUBANCB COMPANY, of tbe city of New
York oa tha Slat day of Deoember, 1806, 1b confor m
My with tha lawa of tha State of Ohio.
Cash capital aad mrplaa S:i0,;2 43
Caitd3tataa8earitiea .. fl'iS.Ovg 76
Loaoa oa Boad asd atortnire 6S.00U 00
Caik la Bank and ia haaoaof A genu.... 48,23 O i
lioaaa oa Btoota, payaoia oa aemaad.... tif.w 00
Real Eitata tO.COO 00
Other Seearitiea 65,690 06
Lof iea in nroeeM of adjutmeot
Claim i for loaeeeceeieted by tbe Comp'y
city of New
, la conform-
ETATKimrr of tha coedition of the
FIRS INSURANCE COMPANY of the
lark, on tha Uat dy of December, 18 J,
Itf witb tbe lawa of tns atai ot Ktiio.
Cash capital aad snrplcs f '91,831 61
United Statu Securities 3;4.S76 00
Loans oa Bond and Mortgage 60,200 00
Cash in Bank aad haada of Agents ... 81,008 60
Loans on stocaa, psyaute oa demaoa .... JH.nuoW'
N.T. CoBntyandTenneasee Bonds 2O.067 60 1
All otbCT oeenfttlea 86,190 u
Losses ib Broome of adiuftment.. ....... f 25.S30 34
Clainis for losses rcsiited by the Comp'y 6,020 61 j
(34,260 OT j
Statsbut of tha condition of tha NIAGARA 1
FIRE LNSIRANCE COMPANY of the city of New
York, on tbaaist oayot LicceiDuer, 190, in conform
Ity with tbe laws of the SUte of Ohio.
Cash capital and sarplus. $1,283,166 M.
United 8tateaaearitiea. (611,687 60
Loans oa Bond acd Mortgage . 203,700 0c
Cash in Bank and hands of Agents .. 116,166 23
Loans on Stocks, payable oa demand.... 296,100 00
Real Estate 100,000 00
Wisconsin Bonds . 8,000 00
Other 8ecttritis 48,602 26
Lohcee iBprocessof aijustment.. .... ' (40,000 00
Claims for losses esisted by tbe Comp'y. 6,000 00
Unpaid Dividends 666 10
(4 886 00
SrATBatK-tr of the rottditinB of tha REPUBLIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of the city of New
York. OB the 81st day of December, 1866, in conform
ity with the laws of tha State of Ohio.
Cash capital and surplus (664.237 76
United States Steal Hies '. $i(ll,218 76
Bank Stocks 30,630 00
Loans on Bond and Mori, ago 130,160 00
Cath in Bank and harts otAnte 89,029 U
Loans on Stocks, payable on demand 11,100 00
Real Estate and other Securities 68.699 16
: . (584,287 76
Losses lo proeesfi of adjustment..... $30,330 34
Cjatma frr losses resisted by the Comp'y 11,(20 64
$41 0 98
; CERTIFICATE OF A UTIIOMTY. .
(Toaxpiro on the (let day of January 1861.)
Omciorm Acrroa or Stai , )
CoLCKBra, Oaio, Jan 31, 1867. )
Wiirxas, the Germasia, Hanover, Niacara,
and Republic Fire Ineurance Companiea, loca
ted at New York in the SUte of New York, has fil
ed in this office a sworn statement of ita condition, as
required by the flrstaection of the act "To regulate
Insurance companies not incorporated by the State
of Ohio." passed Aprtl 8,1866, and amended Febra
ary 9, 1 664; aad, whereas, said company has furnished
the undersigned satisfactory evidenoe that It is pos
sessed of an actual Capital of at least
Obi BrbRxi aad Fmtt THOreAXD Dollabb
Invested as reqiired by sstd acta; and, whereaa, said
oompaay kas tied la this office a written lottrument.
under ita eoraorate seal! signed by the President and
Secretary thereof, authorising any agent or agents
of sal 1 oompaay in this state to acknowledge service
of process, cor ana ib aerjaii 01 said eompany, accoru
in tn tn tame of said law.
Now, therefore, ia pursuance of the aots aforesaid,
L Jumea H. Godman, Auditor of 8tae for Ohio, do
neraoy eeraiy mat aaiu iremama, nunim, in
am and Ranublie Fire Insurance Companiea of N. V.
are authorised to transact the buslnecs ot Fire Insur
..in this SUte until thothirtv-aret day of Janu
ary, in tha year one thousand eight hundred and
(n witness whereof, I have hereunto eaheeribedmy
Basse, aad eaueed the aeal of my office to be amxed,
tt, day dva boot, written
is. Auditor of guta.
D. S. CAMFIELD, Agent,
jg 3 .1 F retuont, Ohio.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
117 BROADWAY) NEW YORK.
Board of Director!
A A Low, Samuel WOlets, Oliver H Gordon, 8 B
Chittenden, Peter C Cornell, Hen Wm Eelly, Wm S
Tisdale, Gil L Brekmaa, Jos A Sprague, Rufua R
Graves, Alex T BUke, Jsmes 8 Noyes, Wm C Fowler.
Sam'lB Caldwell, Nermae a) Beatify, Wm P Pren
tice, J H Frothingham, Hob Stephen Tabv, Isaac H
Frothingham.Ceo L Wiilard, Henry E Pierrepont,
Geo F Thomaa, John Halesy, Effingham Townsend,
Thomas T Buckley, Henry A Swift, Jsmes H Pren
ties, H Messenger, George L Nikola John W Froth
ingham, William C Sheldon, Oliver g Carter, Levis
B Loder, Joha T B Maxwell, Esra P Prentice, Benja
Geokub L. Willard,... President.
O H Goaoos............ ....Yice President.
C W Plybb... Secretary and Actuary.
A W Rooaaa, M D..Coneultlng Physician Brooklyn.
W P Pkxxticb, Att'y a Counsellor, 29 Wall St.
This Company, now fully organised, having com
plied with the lawa of N. Y.State,and deposited
160,000 of its capital, with the superintendent ol
tbe 1 n so ranee Department for the security of its pol
icy-holders, is bow prepared to Issue the various
kinds of policies on aa favorable conditions as those
of any other Company.
Dividends Increase with tbe age of tbe Policy.
Non-participating rates are lower than those of
any Company in tne warla.
Losses paid in thirty days after due not'ee and
proof of death.
Liberal arrangeroenta made in regard to trave1.
One-third of the amount of premium will be loan
ed the policy-holders when desired.
Liberal arrangements made with good Agents.
The Transit Routes el Panama aud
From the Niw York Herald, 11th Feb'y, 166..
Paxaba, 1st Feb.,lSt;.
"Yellow Fever is almost epidemic on the Isthmus
The deaths from that disease are numerous, and
Panama ia full of pest Hence and filth. The seaaoa
la the aickliast knows for years. The yellow fever ij
raging on board the Jamestowa, (the Cnlted States
aiea-of-war,) aad the deaths average one or two per
diem. The Commodore will put to sea in order to
disinfect the ship.
"Dr. Little, American OonsuL, died of yellow lever
oa tbe 28ta January, rrom wis laci tnat toe ma
jority of the mea oa board tha Jamestowa are pros
trated with disease the ocual guard of marines at hit
funeral could not be formed."
Frees the New York Tribute, 11th Feb'y, 1967.
Pahaba, 31st Jan ,1867.
"The health of oar city (Panama) is not by any
means what it Baually is; there hare been many
deaths. Cholera la eiid to have entirely dinaprear
od as tbe Nicaragua route."
KOTR'fc TO I'ALlFuRMANB. '.
There has sot aaea epidemic disease of anr kind on
tha Nicaragua route and It is quite healthy. The
seat steameie by the way of Nicaragua will be the
"Santiago oa Cube," sad 'set rouclsco," ytk sad
T, O H I O;
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for tala by
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IToet and Woolen Tarns sold on eommisgtoa.
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ELASTIC MIX ERA L CEMEX1,
For retail irr leasy hint!o and other roofs.
Preservative patats, roofing, cement, Ac. Exclusive
right to sell and apply these materials will be gives
to responsible and energetic parties. rnd for de
scriptive circular, prices, ale-, to
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WASTED 3 -or 4 School Teachere In each
county in tha West to engage in business
that will pay from $100 to (160 car month. Address,
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Neither wealth, refinement, station, or condition
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pressly for tbe benefit of females suflering from nys
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sump. HARRAL, F ISLET A Co,
141 Chamber Street, New York.
X'O SOAP ! KO WATER I ! NO SLOP !
J. Brown's Glass Cleaning Polish, patented Octo
ber 10. 1666. for cloaulua and poliahins windows.
mirrors, gold, silver-plated ware, brass, oopper, tin,
IU. a uv im.j. 01 puv QnwcH pracucai
worth, eunvenianca and economy.' Indispensable te
all private house keepera, hotel keepers, store keep
ers, fee. Large discount la the trade. For full
parties : arc acdress CM. itRGWaT,
74 Blecker street,N V
PER MONTH and Expenses paid Mala 6r
emale acobis, to lntroaaee a new ana ase-
f ul invention, of etiolate utility in every koasehold.
Agents prsferringto work on .CommiasioB eaa ears
lroaliUUe.w per uay, voriuiiparvicuiare, ei
close stamp, and address W. G. WILSON A CO..
A Physiological View of ItiarT",
eonutning ucsny uo pages, ana lau Hue flat -grwvingnt
the Anatomy of the human Organs la a
sute or Health and Disease, with a Treatise on Early
Errors,its Deplorabks Oonswjcences upon the Mind
end Body, with ths Authors Plan of TraatmenW-ths
only rational aud successful mode of Cure, as shown
by the report of oases treated. A truthful adviser to
themarried, and thoae contemplating marriage, who
entertain donbta of their physical condition. Sent
free of postagetogny address oa receit of 26 oents in
stamps or portal currency, by addressing Dr, LA
CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Alhany,N. Y. The au
thor may be consulted upon any of the diseases up
on which hisbook treats Medicine sent tosny part
of tha world.
MADAME JCMEL'S Mammarial Balm and Patent
Breast Elevator. To develop tbe form physi
ologically. Depot, 362, Canal St, N Y. Send for
ei.-culur. Sold by Druggists, Agents wasted.
SURE PILE CIRE.
Dr. Gilbert's Pile Instrument, for tha
radietl cure of piles, prolapsus, ic, with
out an operation or medicine, relieves
the worst case in 6 minutes, and has nev
er failed toeffect a permanentcure. Send
forcircular. Sold by druggists generally.
Agents wanted everywhere. Sent by
mail on receipt of ft. J. B. Robai.ve,
Btauager,6T6 Broadway, New York.
North American Steamship Co.
opposition line to
California, via. Nicaragua,
EVERT 2" DAKS, W ITH
Fatsenyer, Freight, and U, S. Mails.
on the following fibst -class stcabtsbifs:
On Atlantic Oc?an.
Santiago ok Ct ba,
Con'tf ob Pad Its Ocean.
Fbsob and Freight at Rrdapeit Katea.
sjAILUrO DATS FROM NEW YORK,
January 10 and 30, 1567. 1 April 20 IMI.
February 20 I May 10 and 30
Karck 10 and 80, juae20th "
And every twenty days thereafter, leaving oa the
Saturday previous when a Regular Sailing Day comes
on Sunday. For farther ialormatioa apply to tbe
yORTH jMEHrcjX STEAMSHIP CO.
WM. II. WEBB President,
64 Excba age Place, N. Y.
U. N. fAKHINf; TON, Agent,
171 West cor. Warren. N. Y.
Horsemen. Attention J Jut published, a
new, enlarged edition, of Dr. Tripsall's celebrated
book on the treatment of all the diseases of horses,
with tricks practiced by Jockeys and how to tall agea
of horses aad cattle. Every horse owner should have
it. cent by Biail lor only 60 eta. Address,
. atiLLKN, Uwu;oa, ate.
The Fremont Journal.
Where are yon goiDg so fast, old roaD?
; Where are you going so fiiit?
rhers'a a wallfey tocrofs and a river lo fuid
There's-A claep of Uie hand ainl a artii:g
And a tremulous sigh for ihe pat, nr mr.u;"!
' The beautiful, vanished past. . r J,
, The road has btcn rugged and rough, old
To your feet it's rugged aud rough.
But you Bee a dear being with gentle eyes
Has shared your labor arid eacriucr..
Ahl that has been sunshine enough, old
For you and me, sunshine enough.
How long since you passed o'er the hill,
old man, '. ,
Of life ? o'er the t of the hill ?
Were there beautiful vales and tree, wilh
their branches wide.
Ta8hut offlbe hent of the sun, old man,
The heat of the ftrv'nl win?
And how did you ctohs the wavet, old
.I.- fncf-tll .11 I" ! . '
Did you lay your dear trea-urtR by, oue by
With an aching heart, and "fvod a will be
Under the wayside dust, old man;
In the graTe'ntath the wayside duat?
There i aorrotr and labor for all, old man;
. . . 1 r... .11.
Aiaa, mere ia oviiiuw ivi
Andyou.peradvcnture, have had your share.
for eignty long wmu-i ni nnvnv j...
And they've whitened yeur heart a well,
Thank .God, your heart as well.
" You're now at the foot of the hill.old man:
w ... . ., . c.i. i.:n
At last at tne loot 01 me uw.
The sun has gone down in goMeu glow,
And the Heavenly City lies just below.
UO in tnrougn tne penny Ki' i "i J "L
ID9 rjCBUHIUl peuriy
Agricultual and Practical.
When is a Farmer Rich?
A corrertoodent writing for the X. Y.
7H6mii from Willoughby, says:
"We have many farmers in this county
ho have o-nnd house, barns aud orchards,
acd who are out of debt; and yet they work
as hard aa ever, and seem as unsatisfied as
when they were poor. The qntirn arises,
When a farmer rich?"
The best evidence that farmer is rich will
be a pleasant bedroom in his house, contain
ing a apare bed. On no occasion will any of
the family need to occupy it; and theie will
ba euch conveniences that the guest will
come out for the breakfast-table. This room
not only represents several Uiousana noiiara,
. 1 , . .. .. 1 ..1. n .1
but also gOOO luruuure, carpels, aim auauc
in summer. lo iiiohi lamities mis room ;s
not obtained before the oldest giiMias a Ijiku,
or the oldest boy gets the mitten. More
over, the foll.s have early cuctnnoei ; ana
from July till front, Bweet corn. Kvcry
morning the fire is built of dry wood; twice
a day the round year, there is milk to strain;
the horses aie not heard stamping iit the
night; the bogs cannot run; notxiuv cats
poor butler, or drinks coffee without cream,
pickles are taken out of cider vinegar; if a
child has a sore Uuoat, there is no running to
a neighbor for honey; even in September, a
few hens are kind enough to lay; if the old
man suddenly starts for the county teat, a
package of cake and cheese is handed him,
and he does not mutter because a clcau shirt
ia not ready; in May sonic apples can be
found in the bottom of barrels, and in Au
gust, there is lard in crocks and pork in
briue. After breakfast, the fiilher will be
likely to read a chapter in the Bible, and
then bow before the Oreator, confessing his
We care not how many fat cattlu a farmer
mav have, nor how many dairy cows; nor
hogs, in a yard four rails high, fed with whey
and bran from barrels which fcteaui ia the
aun; nor how many acres running off toward
a rivor; nor how many thousand dollars are
at interest; nor how much folks may stand
aside when he goes into the store ; if there is
not a apare bed in his house, he is a pour
man. . ...
OLD SOWS FOR BREEDING.
: Soma very successful hog-ra'sers uteonly
young sows to breed from, thinking this
course letter than to keep them through the
winter. " A correspondent of the lioston Ad
vertiser gives the following reasons f ir think
ing the contrary course the better way : "Jo
rearing swine and making pork there i a
universal mistake among American larmus
in breeding from young sows, before their
physical system is dsvuloped. UiiiiPlhis
time arrives, most of the food goes to lire
animal's growth, therefore shecannot be as
good a milker, or impart the same vigor of
constitution to her offspring. We know by
accurate experiment that an oicl sow s pigs
are worth twenty-five per cent, more than a
yonng sow's. They have more vigor of con
stitution, and make the largest aud mose
profitable hogs. Tbe reason w hy our breeds
of hogs so toon run out and disappear arises
mainly from the erroneous practice of breed-
inr from voune sows. Therefore, instead of
killing their best sows this fall, formers
should keep them over for brpedere, and
make pork of their young ones. In Europe,
no farmer of any reputation thinks of raising
pigs from young mothers, any more than of
keeping a dry cow lor mux; out 01a sows are
kept for breeders until they are too old to be
profitable in this respect."
How T viaif a To or Coal Last. Some
housekeepers, in the management of their
Ores, act upon tne supposition; iul j miui
tion of fuel will insure increased combus
tion, and, consequently, develope additional
warmth. This is an expeusive mistake. It
ia nnlw amotherinB and retarding the fire in
a thick layer of coal, or, as some do, fill the
fire-box, fronoa layer of two inches of ignited
coal to its utmost capicity with fresh fuel. No
more coal should be pu t upon a fire at one tt me
thau will readily igniti! and give off a pure
w hite blaze not a blue fla me, a? that deno! cs
the presence of uucoii6umed gases, lu clesr
inc the crates of coal stoves in the morning,
there ia alwavs to lie found a quantity of un-
burned eoal, which has been externally sub
jected to combustion. It is covered with
ash, and looks like cinder. Itisoften dumptd
into the ash-box. 1 he laci is, mat tne turn
ia only roasted on the outside, not even cook
ed, and is in a better condition for igniting
, 1 .. :. a
man ins green coai. never wj iv. at
tention to thes few hints will 6ave many
dollars in a winter.
Size or Nails. The followliiL' table will
ahowsta glanre the length of the various
size of nails, and tne namoer in a pouna
Thow r rated "3 nenny" UD to "10-penny.'
The first column gives the nuinber.the second
.1 T 1 n - u :.. ......... 1
the lengin, tne iniru inn uuiuwi m n pnuu
S57 nails per lb
. " .
23:1 ' "
7 inches 5 "
From this table an estimate of quant'fcy
and suitable siss for any job of work can
be easily made.
Slkkfixo Flowers. Almost all flowers
sleep during the night. The marygold goes
to bed with the sun, and with him rises
weeping. Many plants are so sensitive that
their leaves close during the passage of a
cloud. The dandelion opens at 5 or ( o'clock
in the morning, and shuts at 9 o'clock in the
evening; the daisy opens its day's eye lo
meet the early beaux of ihe moruiug sun.
The crocus, tulip and many others close their
blossoms at different hourB toward evening.
The ivy-leaved lettuce opens at f in the
morning, and closes for ever at 1 in the after
noon. The night-flowering cereus turns
night into day. It begins to expand its
magnificent, sweet-scented blossoms in the
twilight; it ia in full bloom at midnight, and
closes, never to open again, at the dawn of
w f r-
DO OXEN SWEATS?
So queries a correspondent, adding:
"Animals that Jf7 never sweat. The reason
Is, the opening of the mouth and protruding
the tongue prevent prespiration." We guts
our correspondent has never driven oxen
when the mercury was up among the
"nineties, lie would have seen them sweat.
He can easily test the thpory that 'tha.opeu
ing 01 the mouth and protrusion of the tongue
prevent perspiration." Try it nest July,
and if the exerci'e be aa ardent as the desire
for knowledge there will be poine"swcating."
Rural Keic Yorker.
To PaavKST fUrs Kaox Damaging! eath
ka. It is not uncommon to find in factor
ies that where machinery is stationery, rats
gnaw the leather belling where they can get
access to it, A correspondent of the iSciVh
lijic -ltricricaii stales that rats will not tasle
anything containing castor oil, or what is
covered with il, and ha repummpnds that the
belling be rubbed with the oil. Any leath
er exposed to t'ie depredation of rats will bo
preserved by this remedy.
ALARMING NEWS FOR THE WEAREARS
The London Lanat icVs a curious and
mot aluruiins; etory about Mf.u l.air w hich
wo cony lor Ihe benefit of the wearers of
"We should be very sorry to tiiy anything
thi-.J would uunecessarily dinluib the peace
of lidie.i in tlicir compliance with the pres
ent remarkable fashion of wearing cAyt.
The custom may reem. vtry remarkablo to
the male hall ol mankind, out tnis objection
would apply to many of the fashions by
which ladies conisdor that thry ado n them
solves, and so must not count for much. A
more serious objection, and one more cal-
cu'uled to have weight with English Indies,
has been started, according to a correspond
ent nf our own, I y a Itussian profefsor, M.
Lrfnueniann. According to Ins authority.
seventy-six per cent, of the frlse hair used
for chignons and similar purposes iu Russia
is infested with a parasite to whirh he has
given the name of grrgarine. The grey;ar-
niuus hair, it is faid, . is very like other hair
in appearance, but on close inspecl ion 1 ttle
dark brown knots are seen at thelree end of
tho hair, and may even be distinguished by
the naked eye. Those- ara-.7reeariiiu.-i.
These parasites have a most ignoble ancestry
and habitation, being found in the interior of
the peaieutus capus. It is only due to them
however, that thee statements should b
verified by other observers before we eive
all the particulars of their natural history.
1 ney are not easily aesiroven. l liev re
sist the effects of dryingand even of boiling.
Acict', alkalies, ether and other airents will
kill them; but these would be injurious to the
Lair, and so caunot be user1. According to
the authoriiy ijuoted, in the conditions of a
bBll-room Ihe trretrannes "revivi", ifrow. snn
muHijily bv dividinp; iotoraar.v nirts so
called germ globirfcs; these tly alKitit the
Ijali-rocra in millions, tret liibait'd, dronnu
the refrcBbuieut in fr.ct, enter the interior
of people by hundreds of ways, and thus
reach their specific gregarine development.'
r. eno not answer ior tne trutii 01 nil tins
natural history; bnt when the natural history
of the chignons themselves is cetiisdered, it
may well be all true. In 'Russia the hair
for them is supplied by the poorer people.
especially peasant woman of the Mordwines
and Ihe Jim-Janes, near the olsra, who do a
large trade in it. 'When tbe Curlake goes
out to work in the spring, ho perhaps pules
clean shirt on, but he decidedly never takes
it off until he returns home in autumn.
Verily, as the Professor"argue, here ia fine
chance for parasites. We must leave ihe
supject with ladies aird naturalists, Half
the awful possibilities of tbe fashion which
it does not require microscopist to suirest
would deter men. Wocaunot socerlainly
reckon upon affecting Indies in "a matter of
fashion.- But of all false thing, one of the
most orj- ctiooable is false hair.
USEFULNESS OF BIRDS.
In many- 1 arts of the country- biids gcem
to be d.K.re:tsing from year to year. Jlany
farmers believe that birds are of no service,
but rather au injury to crops. The rising
generation are delighted to find some mark
at which to exercise their . fchuuliug talent,
aud so the birds am slaughtered out of mere
sport; It is a question whether the country
is not greatly the infer by this wantonness.
The number of insects hurtful to vegetation,
winch bird-i destroy during the year, 13 im
mense. They d j inestimable service in or
chards and gardens in ridding us of bugs
acd vermin, which, if h it to breed and ac
cumulate, would often destroy whole crops.
The amount ot daraagl which birds do ii
very small. They may, it is true, pick a
kernel lure and there from Ihe graiu crops,
but this ought not to be begrudged in such
indefatigable workers, while cleaning the
fields of innumerable enemies to vegeta
tion. While in Knglnixl, feoicg upon the frms,
we could not but note ihe difference between
the greater number of birds and kinds of
game llic-re than are fonnd upon farms in
New York. The hedges afford nice and
cozy places for breeding, aud during breed-
in? seasons they are not cut or Dimmed, in
ordcl to protect the birds. The game iaws
of lni'laii'.l arc strict, and of course much of
this protection grows out of these laws,
which are made lo afford g.ime fr the no
bility during the shooting season. But
hard as it in-iy appear to exclude those who
till the soil Irom their share in the sports, it
is a question whtther the latter do. not reap
an advantage in having their crops belter
cleared of insects by Ihe birds. Many far
mers there assured us that the birds them
selves were a benefit ralher thun an injury,
bat they couplmn that sometime the hunts
men, during the hunting season, commit de
Koceutiy, Male lows nave been enacted
protecting birds during the breeding season,
but they are scarcely observed, and the opin
ion of farmers generally, we think, is against
birds as in any way usel'u'. It is a serious
mistake, and one from which wo shall bo
likely to suffer, if greater cato be not taken
in tneir proucttoii. i-uca iiermn
Tl:e Abl e D jiu; necb. the Grand Alimoner
of ihe I'in eror Maximilian, has recently
published a bok in Germany, entitled,
"Two years in M-x'co," which contains the
following interesting anecdote:
U:i one 1 cciion, the Emperor culled to
gether his ctbinet. Ou the table was a
liver ink-stand- SuddeiUly it vanished.
; "Where is it V" said the Emperor.
.' U-ji.tleinen," said Maximilian, "I shall
now carefully close the windows and cur
tains of this roqui. In five minutes I shall
open thera again, and must rind my, ink
stand 03 the table. If it is not there, I will
have all of you arrested."
The roera was darkened, and whpn, at the
expiration of the five minutes, the room be
came light, the missing articbi . was on the
At another time, M iximiiian sat at a table,
which was furnished k ith silver knives and
forks. V hen the meal was at end. His Ma-
jes'y rappod up the plate in a papkin, with
his own hands, and handed to a German
servant, to whom he said in French, "Take
c;iie that the Mtxicno servants do not hy
their fingers on these thirgs, or I shall lose
Again: A criminal had been sentenced to
bo g trro'ed. A priest accompanied hiiu lo
the sc3ff d !, and gave lo the executioner's
assistant his broad brimmed hat to hold for
a moinen. After tho delinquent had kissed
the crucifix, the priest turned around, but
tha a-sistant aud the hat had vauishe.l. .
A noble Mexicaa lady ones told at court
thai the previous night some scamps had
broken into In r house, bound her to Hie bed
and taken what money she bad. "But,"
said she "they were true capalleroa, since I
asked them not to step on my lap dog. and
they tlid not. Yes, there are still welUbred
people iu Mexico.
Wasuim. Flamxel To Fbkv-.xt Shbink
IN'i. Isoak in wrm water half an hour; rub
lightly when you wring them out; then rub
then thoroughly in a good hot soil.; wring
them out; put them in a tub, and pour clear
boiling water 011 them the more the better.
Let them staud till they are cool enough to
wring out by baud. You can use a wringer
if you choose. Soft water skould always be
used. jJj"o wou?pu fabric should have soap
rubbed 611 it unless you wish to shrink it.
R. B. B.; TUmivUU. J'a,
ArJOTiirtt. Make a slight suds of soft wa
ter and soap hurd soap is best; have the wa
ter boiling hot when you make the suds;
throw thec"th' S in without rubbing soap ou
them; h t them be until cool euough to rub
out. They will reed but little rubbit g.
Mas. H. Wji.li cix, Tvtrnscml, inil'i.iko Co,
A Uoesf's FuTlTiosbj his driver "Going
up the hill, whip me not; coining down hill,
hurry me not; ou l-vel road, spare mn not;
loose in stable, forget me not; of hay aud corn,
rob me not: of clean water, s'.int me not; with
sponge and brush, neglect me not; of soft dry
bed, deprive uic not; tired and hot, wash me
not; if sick or cold, chill me u;t; with bit
and reins, Oh! jerk me not; and v. hen you
are angry, strike me not."
The liartford Couranl condenses the obitu
ary of the statistician PeUow, into the ftd
lowimr comnass: "LVliuW H itad. His
full name was J.iims Dnnwoudy lirowt.son
DeBow, nnd he advocated slavery and cotton
all through his life tylh a persistency pro
portioned lo the Unglh of his cognomen.
Slavery has ceased to exist, and cotton being
no longer king, Deli-jw became sopeilbiiMis
If seeds are to lu purchased for the coming
season, it is better to do it now, than later.
At this time ihe stedsKeu sreiore at home
to a' tend on your orders, and a better stock
from which to supply. Before planting all
seed should be tested. It is easily done by
placing Ihem iu wet moss or cotton, in a
tumbler and standiug it near the fire pjace,
iu a warm room,
. Hi:jjARKAnLE Cow A correspondent of
the Ctmhtry (Jcntleman, records a cow s;
years old from the n.ilk of which in one year
were made six ht?Ared awl ten pounds of
butter. The weight of her milk was loui
teen thou-and rive hundred and forty pounds,
or nea-ly forty pounds per day through the
Vortii Know inu. Toreniovila screw rus -ed
iu the wond, heat a poker in the lir.J red
hot and put it on top of the screw for a ini-j-ule
ortwo; lln-n take tin; sen wdiiverrtn I you
caneasily gel il out.
To remove warts from cattb:, anoint them
oticn in three, or four day with a mixture of
ctiuHl pails of blue, vitrol, lutd and honey.
Advice to Marriageable Girls.
I'finc7i'i Pocke-Bovk contains : the
following from the pen of.- a " single
woman of Ihe world : " If a niau
wipes his fet toii a door mat before com
ing into tlie rot.ru, you may be sure be
will luuke a gooj domestic husbalid. If
a. mart iu enulriug tb. caudles, putsiliem
out,-you niiiy be sure he will make a
stupid hiibbautl. If a man puts his
b.-iiiUtxcrcuiel on bis knees while tannic;
his Lei, you jDiay be sure-, he will make
prudent husband. In the same way
always mistrust the man who will ont
take the last piece of toast, but prefers
waiting-lor the next warm batch; it is
not unlikely he will make a crreedv :
seliish. husband, with whom you will
enjoy, no brown, at dinuer, 110 crust at
tea, no peace whenever at home. The
inau, my dears, who wears gloves, and
is careful about wrappiny; himself up
before venturing into the night air, not
unfrequently jual es a good invalid hus
band, that mostly slops at home, and is
easily comforted, with slops. The man
who watches the kettle, and prevents
it boiling over, will not fail, my dears,
in his married state, in exercising the
same care m always keepine; the pot
boiling. . The man who doesn't t-tke tea,
ill-treats the cat, takes snufT, and stands
with his back to the fire, is a brute
whom I would not advise you, my deais,
to marry upon any consideration, either
for love or money ; but most decidedly
not for love. But the inaji who, when
the tea is over, is discovered to have
h;id. none, is sure to make the best hus
band. . Fatiein.-e like his deserves being
rewarded with the best of wives and
best. of mothers-in-law.. My dears,
when you meet with such a man, do
your utmost to. marry liiin. . In the se
verest winter lie would not lnind going
to bed first."
Horace Greeley as a Worker.
Few piersons who know Horace Gree
ley as a politician, a journalist and a
historian, are aware how much of a
render of miscellaneous book he is.
They think him always engrossed in
political subjects, in the 6tudy of finan
ces and the tariff delver among dry
musty tomes, or a turner over of dusty
files of the Covyremonnl Globe. He
pays due attention to tlioso things; but
he docs not stop ' there. He reads al
most everything from the newspapers
of the day to the new novels and poems
and plays, almost as fast as they are is
sued from the press. He is one of the
hardest workers and greatest' students
in New York. He is never idle.
Greeley usually writes two or three or
four articles daily for the Tribune when
he is not out of town; attends punc
tually to what is probably the largest
private correspondence of any one man
in Ihe Union; reads four or five hours
out of overv, twenty-four; sees from
twenty to live hundred people from
everywhere on all Borts of missions; and
then fancies he wastes a great deal of
his tune. He has us wide and profound
au acquaintance with general literature
as any member of his profession and
can tiote poetry from the best authors
by the hour. 3. Y. Paper.
Mr. Peabody's Wealth.
The Washington Pej'tiblican say the
sum of one million 'dollars cash, given
toward Southern relief by Mr. Peabody
is said to be in gold. The same paper
The .question has been frequently ask
ed, 'How much is Mr. Peabody worth V
It is a very natural ono in view of the
frenuent and munificent donations he
has made during the last fifteen years
for educational and charitable purpos- s.
We learn that in 1853 Mr. Peabody
made a will, which demonstrated that
he was then worth about n!ty millions
pound sterling. We presume, from the
liberal maimer in which he scatters his
charities, that he has not grown any
pocrer since. If he had not transacted
any business since that time, the simple
interest on such an enormous sum would
have largely increased his wealth but
the fact is he has ever since been oue of
the largest, most active, and cautions
bankers in tlie world, Hence his pres
ent wealth must exceed one hundred
millions oi pounds r.teilin!?. Ihisis a
811(12 little sum for a rainv day.
A gentleman of Put-in-bay Island has
trained n pair of stalwart dojs to carry
the mail between the Peninsula and the
Island on the ice. We do not learn that
they were forced to subscril e to ''my
policy" before becoming government
amplove. " If their official heads are
removed by the President we presume
they will bow (wow) to their fate, for
one reason the intelligent cauines ought
not to be trusted wth private letters
they are constant tail-bearers. e learn
tha! since the ice has become dangerous,
instead of being accQmpampd by an or
dinary cinoe, these sagacious dogs take
their bark with them, to be used in cse
of accident. We paws. Sundusky Etj.
In Justitia. Time aud aijain in ourjour-
nalastic career we have been called upon to
recommend medicinal preparations, and, IB
some instances, inducements such as nothing
but tbe fctrouirtrit Epnse of our responsibility
couhl withstand, have been held outtoex
tort some kind of a "notice" 'a endorsement
of a patent mcdic:ne. There are two simple
rules whioh should, guide an editor, and
which, ir str'etly adhered to, will save much
vexation and wrnne-doimr. The enconrage-
muni of all thai is good and worthy, aud the
condemnation of ail that is bad aud unwor-
tbv: and this-; rules should equally apply to
sources from which we derive patronage, as
well as lo mailers oi a political, scieutilic,
moial or religious uature. It is thus the du
ty, as it should be the pjeasura of the cprij
scientious journalist, to commend to his read
ers whatever of good character may be
brouuht lo his nolico. Especially should he
Cierci e cauuya wnere me ceajiu 01 inuiviu-
nals is roncei ned not overlooking tie fact,
ilmt. tPimioral life in this world is only less
in ironort.nice to the snititunl life iu the
world to come. '
We are lead to these redections from the
advertis-ment in another colon. 11, of' Pr. J.
W. Poland's While Pine Compound, 1
medicine with the highest medicil anthotity.
as well as tbe testimony ol thousands upon
thousands who have been restored to health
and vigor through its wonderfnl agency, en
dorse as tho host patent merpcinal article o
this or any other period. If success may be
taken as a test of merit then llifi White Pica
Compound, from its gieat success, may be
conceded the mo-t meritorious article in the
Sore throats, cods, coughs, pulmonary af
fections, and all complaints ol likecuaracter,
as well as the din 'rent diseases of the blad
der and kidney?, yield with astonishment
raniditv to this medicine.
it is difficult to conceive the 7 tif of a man
who will allow hini.-tif to si:lf.r, lor perhaps
v ears, with these distressing maladies, rather
than expend a dollar lor A metliiiie wuich
thousands assure him they iou! will restore
him to perfect health. Hut it is not difficult
to estimate the social and business loss which
a single week's su (T- ring f.om acute pain
may occasion. There may be men who
would willingly give thousands to make re
paratioa for any injury done a fellow, but
who would bpg-udge a paltry dollar to ap
pear theiroutraged nature iu less enlighleued
portions 'f the world, bill we doubt if any
such can te found iu our rich and fertile
surroundings. This piepatation is for sale
by all druggists.
DvsrKriA Or. Ixpwfstios. This com
plaint, of all oiht rs, is pf the most common
eccurrctice, and prevaties e. ery rank of soci
ety. The usual symptoms are. want of ap
p 'li'.e. sudden and transient distentions ou
the stomach, freijuent sruclatitins, herrtbiirn,
stnniach pains, and frequently costivenesM
and diarrho-a. The can-o-i are numerou,
the mnt cimmoti deini; luxurious diet and
want of Hutilcic-iit cxercivo, excesivc mental
anxiety, want of pure air, elc. To effect a
curtain cure, il is invcssary to adopt regular
habits, use moderation in talii'IT and dtink.
in, Binl restore the tone nitiie stomach with
Koiiai k's lini km. If the bowels are con
stipated, u,-e Rt-hctk' Blou 1'ii.i.s in mud
erilte iio-es, Kulrieient to rnoduce alight cvacr
ualioti every day,
sin-l flip tut lr4-t Toa:o
in the tiorW.
Cosirvone sis, aaij H di
?fe.tc:i of tl.e bowels.
. it v.
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Clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful
practice , that tha alarming consequences of self
abuse may ba radically cured without tbe dangerous
use ot internal medicine t r tha application of the
knif-poinrln( out a mode of aura at oaaa simple,
certain, and edectasl, by means of which every suf
ferer, no matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
tjT This lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, iu a vlaia envelope, to any ad
dress post-pid,oa receipt of six cents, or two post
stamps. AuareB tne puoiiaaers,
CHA3. i. 0. KLINE CO.,
127 Bjwery, New York, Pott Office Box Aas.
Throw away yoarfklw frizz ift, ifwilcia,yoar wig
Destructive of comfort, aad Dot worth a tig;
Come aired, come jooth (nl, come ugly fair,
And rejoice In y oar ow laxuriaat htir.
For rest cr in htir npon bald hsas froqi whatever
oauae it may ha.e fallen oit( and forcing a growth of
hair npon the face, it has no r-,ual. It will force the
brd to grow upon tbe emootliest face in from fire to
eight weeks, or hair upon bald heads in from two to
three months. A few .goorant practitioners bars as
serted that there is nothing that wilt force or hsten
the growth of the hair or bard. Ther assertion: are
faue, as thoastnds of living witnesses (from their
own expetienee) can bear witness. Bat many wili
say, how we are to distinguish the genuine from the
spurious ? It certainly is difficult, as nine-tenths of
tha different Preparations advertised for the hair and
beard are entirefy worthies, and yon hare already
thrown awsy large amounts in their purchase. To
such we would say, try the Separator Dspilli; it will
cortt yon nothing unless it fully eom?s up to oqr rep
resentationa. If yonr pruggist does not keep it, send
us one dollar and weviil forward.-, postpaid, togeth
er with a reue'pt for the money, which wiil be return
ed you on application, prdviding; enttreiatitaction is
not giren. Addres-,
W. L. CLARK k DO , Ohemis'a,
No. 3 West Fayette, Street, Stractss, N.T.
February 15, lb57w7yl.
Stop Thief! Stop Thief!!
Aa4 ears four cold wl'k
Hri mil ton's Medicate Cong
A sure cow for COlf Sn, COLD', BRONCHITIS,
SORR THROAT aad all diaeaaa r tbe TilHOAT aud
Lt' NOSi and a sure preveutiveof thai fatal dieafc
TRICK OXI.Y lts.
Ooajnllltoo sold aauuallr. Sold at, llllon A-.no's
and UcCalloch's Fremont, Gibbs 4 Waters tlmore;
t ai3. pd.
O vveel Opoinax
from IHexieo! Tha
most els-sut and essential uersooal irau.nite far
" ' I,T.aattT,kO-,NawYort.
"f , nnJ U tlis-a?e Mining &
&s xi, ! from imjMii- HcO'i. a
CATAR R II !
' - WHY 8UFFER-WITH THIS
Daagerous Sl Loathsome Disease
Can be Cured !
. AND ENTIRELY
Eradicated - from the System
- 1 BY THE USE OF
win scafli tr.svnf I "
Cdm eheeked hi Ita t fie pi eat stages.
XIT NEVER FAILS lf
; Cr Wr-ntsd if Datsto ai! io'tcwJ.
XV 91XOLK BOTTLES WILL LA3T A MONTH
COLD IN THE HEAD
Relieved in a Few Hinut-;
Caused by offensive secretions.
Caused bj Catarrhal affections.
SENSE OF SMELL
Whtn lessened or destroy el.
Wiles eaued by Catarrhal diflraltis. All are eared
j this renredr.
Are more frequently than otheiwtee eaaaedbya
thick, aliaay asueoqa, it.llinf from the head, especiald
ly daring the sight, and reultiDg from Catarrh, an
ai e eared by
The symptoms of Catarrh are at first rery slight.
Persons ftnd they bare a cold, that they hare fre
quent aitac4a. and are mora sensitive to the changes
of temperature,. In this condition the nose may be
drr, or a slight discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards
thick audadhesire, may ensue.
As the disease becomes chranie, the dirtharges are
inereaaed tn uautity and ehaaged in quality; they
are now thick and heavy, and are hawked or coughed
ol. The secretiona are offenire. causing a bad
breath; the tense of smell ia lessened or destroyed;
dea ness frequently takes pjac.
Another common and important symptom f Cat
arrh ia that the person i ootgd to clear his throat
in the auirmng of a slick or slimy mucous, which
has fallen from the head during the night. When
this takes place, the person may be sure that his dis
ease is on Its way to the lungs, and should loos no
time in arresting It.
Theaboreare but a few of the many Catarrhal
symptoms. Write to our Laboratory for onr pam
phletdeesribiog fully all symptoms: it wit! be sent
FREE to any address. Alo mixtions where to
procure the medicine.
We are receiving letters from all parts of tho Un
ion, and alsonnmerons testiironi.ls from these using
it, bearing the evidence of ita infaliib'e merits.
This remedy contains no Miner' or poisono?$
iugttdfmtt, bat is prepared from Tegeta&e e4 tracts
excasivsv; therefore it is piOtilif Marwltsi, even
to the moot Wader and delicate child.
Cull or Sttlyt't Catarrh Remedy and take no
other. If not aold by drutrgists in your vieinity, they
will order it for you. Price $2 00 per bottle.
All persona suffering with any affection of the
Head, Throat or Langs, should write at once for our
phamphlet fully describing all symptom pertaining
to the above disease.
It will be sent free to any address.
Dr. D. H. SEEL YE & Co.,
SolAtij VTholrsal aad Retail Druggists.
John D Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; Knilrr, Finch A:
Faller.C'hieaao. Ill: Bamhsms A Van Schevk.thi-
rsfo.lH; Dem.s Barns Jt Co, ' w Yois; D Rtasnm
ft Co. Boffalo V V: Farrand. Sheley Co, Detroit.
Mich: Weesa k Potter. Bo.tnn, Mass; Frei. h Ri.-h
arils k Co. Philadelphia. Pa: R S Sellers tfo. Piits-
bnrgb, Pa; Collioa Bro'n, St Lonis, Ho; Barnes.
Ward It Co. New Orleans, l.a;R A Robinson A Co,
LonisvilleKy; Bijrlev A Bro, Memphis, Tenn; P fil
Depoy. RicbawBd, Va; Thoupaon A Block, Eal'.l
mere. Mil; Dexter at Jjelle;r, Alb.my,N Y; Btron.,' A
Armstrong, Clef elasu, Ohtn ; Wm Johostoa, DaUoit
atlcb ; Wilaoa Patsisla Co, Leaisrlil. Ej,
YOUNG MEN '
ry1Z FXPKfalE.VCK OF THE PT TF.H TKAR4
X c,-n'rn't?t'ti lf:e fsct thai ret'arw" may b
ftELi.w' srjEcmc pill
for tbe tpne'Jy and p micent care uf admiral wrah
nes. eii.il'ji. Xrli situ an 4 Tartvajit debilit--. tm-
potenee, errant 1 rwer, ih renlt Of suaix.
cess, or jouibful imiisrrvviou, which nolected rntos
the h:tp,)in(i,j and nnlita tW irfvi'rcr for t utsintait,
oi il toeirty or marr;tt ami niim Ufrraioaten iptre
unTjiniy crave. .;se u ut ay in s "itTirtf ine r?ni-
e-iy. It is emire'y vet;:b;e and cam' era octhe
syitem, can he u-d withoot detection cr intrfjrirt;
wth bufiin" pnr.-uits, and nn cbinjre of diet Is xi
eespiary !e nuir-.g Tht-TO. riir, oic dollar.
V. too r a-:not ir ()i'n nf ynur drnjnit, ?ad tht
money fu DiC J." ITrvanfyTSF' Broadway, K. Y and
thy wili be sunt frets inc cbrerrativo by rttorn
mail. T'lrate eircu'arsto treutLcrcen rent free o a
IF VOL' RKl'-!Hj a KEI.IABI.K RsMKPT
to res'ore Jim sia remove ii ri-2ul.ritif r or h-
.trurtio:'", hr not ntlie bst ! Thirty rears' ex
prit nce Las pnvvd ItiAt
PKa II 4HVEVSI EJIAI.E FTLI.S
h.-.ve no tqual io- R'moTinp Or.trnci.n aot lrrpg
nlarilies, HQ M-iTTJ-.it rsrijt what rriK thtv aajsa.
TB.y are ,fe. ! sore In every rare, met. One Vol-
tar, per Bor..
IR. IIUVE'i'SCOI.SEi riLI,
Is a renudy four d.vres stronir.r than tbe aeova.
and intendetl fur sp.icial ra..- of Vyy rtin-lin.
i in-, i ip imiw-i p.r v I.
A Ladies' Frieotc Circular, mUm Enjrramm-
tent free, on nrpliratto.
U yoo ennont it the fills of yoar drs'sist. serf!
the none to lir. J. Bryan, S13 Brosuway, Kew
Toik.au-l they will be sent tree from obeervation by
DU. J BiiVAMf.tOSLLmtiPHVSlWAX,-
" Si9 BMl!)lllY. hi. Vm.
SPs.fl AL TTTK ATVKS t in ltc.f
al, Sunal, Criaary aail A?:voiM iiseasela male or
Advick Fa8 ami ccrrr?n-Dence stbictlt covn-
LOVE &. MATBI1VIONT.
TUe slli;etioDB cl tlie opnosite sex mav h .inMi k
rollsiricg simple ruWs, and all tuny marry bappllr.
If d-sircd, aitnontfgaid to wealth, aKor besnty.
Send Olrectrd er.vcloue sod stamn lor carticnlara In
Madam LCCILLa W.MARRfi.BioIe House, N. Y.
itch: itch: itch:
SiCK ATI M ! Ht lt.lTCIl! SCKATOC!
AVtll cure Ibo Itcli lu 43 Hourat
Alsoeurss S4LTP.HECM. ILCESS, CUILBLAIK8
indall EKLPriDNSOFTUKSKl.V. Prica 10 cents.
for sale toy all ornsfrists. By arndins; SOcts to
WEEKS Ai KulTiH, aula Airents nn Washington
vttvet, Boston, it will be for. arded by mail tr.eof
foatajVfto any part of tbe Caired dtates.
If tou are snifr'nz from the effects of Tontbfnf
Ind.Sv-r.:innaDd haTSrniDal Wenkrteafi, Kretpsions,
4e., I wilt snd yen, res tkargi, inonnatioD
wtica u ionowa wm cure yott wituoot the aid of
oiedce. A d eas
HE2TRT AM.OKV. atttioa 1. IfewTork. "
LftK PKATT dEc BCTCIIEK'S
CELEBRATED MAGIC GIL
Warranted la cases of BbOTmatium, Neuralgia, Bralaaa
Th Best and Clie&pcst Horse aad Caltla
Medicine In tlie World I " ..:
U IUI.UlllllII.JtU 1
. fi9 6'9 3S.
Pud throughout tig United State amt Cox
attae during the tasi 23 year a. -
Fnr the ctire of Ihe varlons Dtnesusea to which
Horsea and Cattle sro subject; such a .
Founder, Distemper, Hide Bound, Loss of
Appetite, Inward Strains, Yellow Water.
Fiatnla, Poll Evil, Bcrntchcs or
Grease, Mange, Infiammntlnn of tbe
Eyes, and Fallsrae Irom Hard LAbnr;
also, Rlienmatlbni, (commonly calleil
Btirr complaint), which proves fatal t
to many valuable Horsea la this country
SLOAN'S CCNDITiCM POWDER
Qas the larscest snle of any norm and Cattle Medida
in this conn try. It Is fonipoeeri f herbs and rnota. ani
tor mildneee, snfuty, ceruluty and thOTougbnes-t, stale
pre-emiosntly at the head of Ute lint of Hwh and
It carries o(T all gross bnmors, prerente horses frum
becoming stiff or foundering, fturifiee be blood, loowna
the skfn. and Riea It a smooth and glossy api-Mc,
deanses the water and strengthens erery pnrt of tha
sody. It Is also a safe and certain remedy fcr eoOj&h
sad folds, which generate so many fatal diasasea.
Tha Cow requires to bescpplled with an abnndanraos
Sjou not to make her &tt this Is not deelrnbie, bat to
keep np a regular secretion of milk, and all owaare ot
sows will nod by glring tueat
BtOATrS CCHDITION F0WSEB8
twice a week, a large Increaso In qnsntlty anil onalltji
of milk and creiim. lt carrfos on all rover aud Ir.
purities of the blood. Tbe effect is seen III rough-jut Use
season by a rich and abundant AW of milk.
Tbe farmer ie betrlnnina to bo aware of tho valuable
properties of Sloan' Condittm Vowdt-r, tn pro. .
mot fug the condition of his sheep aad preventing aas
of tho diseases of all tho domeeUcatod aatmaia.
A9"A fifty cent package of Sloan' Condition
JPoaprfrr put into a barrel of swlli is better than two.
bushels of corn to fatten a bog, and ia a eertaio pre.
venlive of Uog Cholera, Blind Staggers, and other
diseases common among bogs.
CAtfTION-To protect ourselves and tbe pnbtie
from beine. Imposed cpua by worthless Imitations, tho
genuine will bear the foe simils signature of tha Fro
priotore oa tho wrapper.
PMOJs 36 At B0 TJT3. PER BOTTLE.
Sor Calo by Drnggtsta and Merchants OTaTTwhero.
Sola Proprtetsra. Cliixaco. UL
f. a Drawer MSA.
AT WHOLESALE BY
D00L.EY &. BUO.,
WEST & TRUAX,
AT RETAIL BT
S. BUCKLAND k SON,
E. DILLON fe SON,
3ttyif!??s.iSi OLD EYES
3 ti":: MADE NE-IT,
Afx&'!ikJ!itJt oaailv.witlloot dn-lv43fWt?.osMi---.S1'
' '- 3en mi.1 mill t.m
'tf: -TJ? teotipt of W eenta
ft'4DB. E. B. Foot
ifilCi.-i.' 1VV) Brondwsv aj Y
S- Jvf.T 1 -1 : ca fur 1 h( Rsatar
$J ASCSm--"v'H "--" P"!-Paidi
fZZ? L?3.lia Broadway N T
aTf'.'''e-opa n : .:
L JMMyi eeau. A.Ms
ryfTVij-T fTj Dr. R a I'OOfE,
airf-Vfelrjyv!,V-j& "t'fr of at. lira!
aH? S ;?Ja i w ?1 T-wiim-B srnso.
There cometh !d tidings of j'y to all.
To yonnjc and to o'd, to xrv.it aud tc saisli ;
Tbjbea-:t7 which one i was so preeions and r"e,
lit free for all, and alj ma; be lair.
By (be use oi
For Impririnif Bi-Mntif, ir r thf Cuiuphx'o".
The niojt .aluti.e and p-'rftw ptiar-!oa iu lr
Kir'atfthe ip ab?aau:Vl parl-:ike laDt, thi.t,i(i o
1t found in youth. It quickly Temo fan, Fret k!r,
Pimp!s, Rlotche?, Volh tVt.hc, .al-ovre. Ktuij
tiooj. sudall irojiatilies rf th nkin, kindly hfalitg
the Fame, lvaiiu tbe skin whiv rd cut an alat.n
ter. Itn cm not be defected by ti e r totfnt rcrntt
ny, and btrinjr; a rrgetsbltj prrpara'ton is privet"y
barmUnji. It is the oolr rticleoi th kinl us 1 liy
the Fren th, and is conniiired br ttie rriii.in an iniis
peneable to a perfect toitt-t. I'pnarcs cf aW,0OJ but
t'es Trr soid duriojr ' he pst jtaif, a sn if cleat Rumr
aLtte of its efiii-p. Filco cm "j c-uta. i'eut by
mail pst-psi nn rt-e-'iot of no oi-.ier, by
BER'wfeH, &HLTTS ., Cbfmist,,
February 22, IrKT.-I-
Oh ! ihe wss Wsutiful a.d ei't
sw'itli fearT? cps ac- r..ti nt ratr.
Hhfs'icirlog U entwined,
Fnchiini'd it. ;vry l;.-a:tar.d miu-j.
For CurliitiT t lie Hair of either Svx into
Wavy ami U lossy Kinglet or
Heavy Msive Ciiil.s.
Rv using this article lsoui. an-l ifclip:en enn
beautiff ihmse a Un.astud lii. It in tbe ouiy
ari.r'e in tb wor-i thit nr;l curl slr:tt-ht hair, il l
at ih .hi.. t mt s've i; a b! ;mi'ul, i sy pp'ar
snrt. The Crsp.r dnt n-t only car's the hair, but
iot iflsarit h, li-utifirs an r.n(s ;i ; h-ithly acd
dt-h.-hfa ly prlun:r I, and is Th, t-.rplf t a
tide f-f the kind btp't otf.if d t ar Am- rrta rub i.
j The Crijer(-oim wiiiba z?nl any ruurrgs, :t:lv-l
.id ess at! or'!r to
1w. t. ctj.tKK . ca.oCbKii'ts,
Ko 3 W-st Fiitt dtreol, bvaAoi ss N. Y.
Fahruary i, lu;. 71.