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NE- GOODS, - "
5 - r,
CALL AND 8EE THEM,
CALL AND SEE THE'M
Who aw in Market with a large and
varied Stock of -
A treocaa.Merloos, Poplins. DeTai dm. Prints. Back'
Bits, V'oekinga, all of which have been Mlotedwllb
b the but andlateat ttrln of Crockery
nQ "et "the worth ""of your money
w uqii v vuj m pvuita oiica call mi
. EMMRICH A CO'S.
TF you want the Lest SUGAR in mar-
X ktt and the matt for yonr monr v rou wlU Sod it at
. iSMMKiC'fi fc LO S.
pOFFEE, the lest at
EMMRICH & CO'S.
TT'OR pur and anadulterated Groeer
-a. lea of 'l kinds fo to
.-. - r - EMMRICH & CO'S.
WE call specialttenrtoJTto our..
if ClotftefCaimera, Teatinge, deataT rarhle&iBg
READY-MADE ' CLOTHING
This w hara a large anjl well aelecte 5 assortment
parcaasedwltflApeoialreferenoe ton market aoo
xoutraae. , y.-r , r; .
Cannot be tTndeWold !;
Our Profits must be Small but Salet
Quick.', .. ..: . .
Our Stock is too complete forenum-
ration.- Tf etbereforeinT;te all wlihioi to sorchi
a nodi Inonrline to call and examine before going
nowhere, aa we can poaStirelj sell ron good if jon
w w nuy.
Jfo Troublt to Show Goods. .
";' ' EMMRICH fc CO.'
P. S.IIR. AJGUSDOKF IN-RETiR-
teg Irorn the Drr Goodi Trade, rxtaini an office at
our atuie.aaa will Ovj, paying vash ana u nign
itprloa,tor i . . .... . ,
DRE SSED OR LIVE JIOGS, , !
...;wool, 4cn a
... t ' E. & CO.'
Fremoat, October U. 1886. S9a41tf . . . v i
IN FULL. BLAST ,r f
WE ARC NOW OPENING A LARGS and weilae
ortod Stock of
Boots and Slioes,
Hals audCaps, &c,
AU of which hare been bonghaattho "- '- .
In Ke Torkund we sre offering th eotln a took tt
prioM that will
W would mj that m har deUrmined to make
this a permanent iotttution and har the facilities in
every rapect and at all times, to oompete favorably
with any establishment in tfozthera Ohio. We will
FIRST-CLASS GOODS, AND SELL
THEM AT A LARGE PER CENT.
LESS THAN THEY CAN EE ..
BOUGHT ELSEWHERE. . :
GI VE US A CALL
And compare oar price and good with 4he prioe
aekedVeaat otter plaeea, and you will be oonTlncea
that the way to . f - . -
.' - - 18 TO . . . - i
Boj Ms at Head Quarters.
" CASH PAW FOR
Wheat, Corn, Oats,Wool,
Freuont TPt 15. 18663 8 tf
gT A young lady returning to Ler
cauntrf homT afLer aaojaurn of a few montb in the
city, was hardly rtaVfraited by her frienda. In place
ofacovee, ruUiz tluhed face, ab bai oftrnby
compiexWnof ainioet marble ffuioothncrs, and instead
of twenly-thm she really apieereu bat eigliteen.
Upon ingafry as to the cuaeof so greataehansre, fhe
plainly tuld the in that she wd the ;ircairtill
Ualm'9 and considered tt an inTainable arqaisition
to any Itd ' toilet. B.its dm any Lady or Gentle
man can uuprore their personal appearanoe an hnn
firedtold. It is niniple ia itn cooljvnstioo, ae nature
hereell la simple, yet nnnarpabsed in its cthcaoy in
drawing imparities .from, also healing, cleansing and
beautifying the kin and compUiioD. By its direct
petion on ttie cuticle it draws from it all its impuri
ties, kindly healing the same, an 4 tearing the surface
as natnre lotended it nhonld h& cletr, solt, smooth
and twtaatiiul. Jic) $1 OU.sent by Mail or Express,
on receipt of an order by - - -
'"w.. - I CLARK t CO , Chmis s -Ko.
3 West Fayette &t.fe Syacune, N. T.
r The only Americia Agents for the sale of the name.
February 16, 2061, tmrrTS 15 n7 j.
Especially to the Sick.
DOCTOR E. IOLUE MATTOCKS, "
Late of Kew York.
mO THE CURE OF CHRONIC DISE ASES.Of every
X name and nature, IT. Mcltocks.fcr thir
yeara,hasde.otedbta whole attention, and has ef
fected some of tbemost nmarkaile cures, in lingtr
ingiutet: Thesystemia founoeiotrnth,inere
from all others, no experimenting, no making sick to
cure, BOdeoeption. no bnmbag asid no poiaoata used,
all vegetable remedies that aid sata, gi.eo a can
did opinion and effecta permanent cure. We ask a
trial of our treatment before abftndomntr U hope.
Hundred' have been cured by this treatment after
giving up to die. We invite lnreatiirauon. fio mat
ter what yonr disease is, call; oiamino for yoor
eelvee; it will cost nothing. -Consultation
DSL E. JOIXIH MATTOCKS,
can bo consulted at Ma oScee aafollows,for the year
87 one day orory four weeks :
FBEatOKT, Keaeler'e Hotel, Mondays, Jan.
J4, Feb. 11. March 11, April 16, May 13.
CLYDE, O, American Eagle, Tuesdays, Jan. 16,
Feb. 1, March li, April M,auyi.t.
K OR WALE, O, American Hotel, Vodnesdaya,
Jan. 16, Feb. 13, March 18, April 17, May, 15.
OBEBLUN',0- Traveler's Home, Tnrsdays, Jan.
17. Feb. 14, March 14, April IS, May a. .
XLYRIA, 0 , Beebe Honso, Fridays, Jan. 18, Feb.
Ji,Earchl6,Apriil, May 17. .
RESIDENCE, Cleveland, 107 Siis Street, Satur,
F:R E U O M
i . '-'try rr rr-- " rr i i
Clothing,. Clothing; Clothing
. ,'1 " O O SI 0
(One Door Aortal
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR
THKV HArK nTfiTBTCTimHEn FRfrtJ lCEWYnRir WTTH ..
' " A SPLENDID
CD XD;C OU .
MEN'S XND BOY'S WEAfi OF
Piece Goods, Cloths,
Gent&Fiirnisliig GdodsrrTrunks and Valises.
MERC II ANT
Done toorder, and a manner unsurpassed elsewhere. ",
? ct "tt r-N . x "r-R ' -
r . . T . DRYFOOS &. BROTHER.
Fiumokt, May 18, 1866. 20jl.
e?fj. 5 I Vf.S 'Hif f ' ' . ---'jt'.'A
. ... " . ,
of JVational Bank,)
NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT
ASSORTMENT OF ; . . .
IHX XT JJS
EVERT 8TYLE k QUALITY.
Gassimers, Hats & Caps,
- New, Dry .Goods, Store ! :
mm mm t wmMmt
Hermon, Smith & Wilson, '
NO. I, VALLETTE S VRiCK
AT1NQ made larg? precaratiocaCD tbebusirrfKadf
ocr oaBiomers mar we arirTVficv io cxnioiT ine
DOMESTIC, BRITISH and COXTiyEXTJL. TCml.racibrHam anine mohatr Takrief cdBCRGS
of aU anallUea: eolereiiTOdS-tackU' MXASi TART Ay CHECKS in varietr of cloth: AI.F.X 4J)Mjt
and VICTORIA COKVt; QOLOW.U ?RWCI;Si?.CTHS, mobatr (((roree; EMPRESS CLOTBS-
altonalaUes: all .hades of J''r7.VC'rtna ENGLISH
eat fabrics, and ai endless variety of DRESS (JOOJJS that we will not anOrtaketo enumerate.
We tuake a speciality embracing all the novelties of the seasow,' - --t- "
WHITE GOODS, -
LnrnttsFortment,eonsistlcginpart of Jeconets,
swusrs, oisnop jlawds. v ictona iavus, arc.
Our 'Stock is Ex ten fire and Completf?.
Wemak. this aleadingbnnrh of our Tralo, alwajirselling them at the smallest prstiM adTaneTm Kew
ora ootv, large lines 01 new rnnu, nneetirgs, uemma,
Ooosisting ofJCooltn, HorTaC anSUoUoa uVfr-.'II
Children's s-elr. ' Kid;1lnti!ttierliKi ioet
the world, also fleecy lined Kidsfle-rv lined Mvrino
' tfVfi A-aJ
Consiatingln part of SblrtinyFlaEEcis,Operg8jji,,rs
S00 Paris; InngMi'nce the great decline, from lb.
Also full linesof the followina ooi!s lifniht at the
men, t.mbrmdcrir& Lurrt, Uuimorals. hmm Skirts,
" r : . . ..... .r,c.i,'.tjt!ykii.iii..Ma v, mtk Mq niaiKWWI u flow, a
csrt we woauhaTeTauBaosenTbrr.n we haS uot a dollars worth of Old tiooila on ha ml.. Thaa aot onlr
giringonr anatamora Use bwi6litoltbaeprmetut ssUiDytbem Kew and Freeh oods. Wo have
aim a one aaaoriment ol uarrla.
i rrnooi, unio, uctoberb. jseo. 4Cyl.
BLOCK, FREMONT, OHIO.
4he pwnt S.anoo, we take1 pleasure in .Informin
loticwing nnea 01 vooaa,-at im LLffras J ffcrtn
jMiKMUS: SULIV BLOCK CHECKS li
Cambric, Kainsooki, Bear Oordl, Brilliantes,- Malltt.
j ' : " .
stripes, cbeeKs,cottoa Flannels, Tickings, if., Ice.
HOSIERY tc CLOVES;
makes and sizes,
i, ror nentlemen, Ladies, Misses ant
ijro lar makes, ale aandert and Danton's the best
and VTookfilores la iatgesnpply.
rri -a mniei
Flann-ls-Kob Roys, Plain and Twilled fisnneta
rrcol agolioi aalea: -
rrcat pjiIc sales ia New York: Arfts. CI tiki. Cmni
l.intn flitadl, Vrapcri'i, Vilvtti, Rtthimt, Tnmntiurt
. IIKKIVON. SiHI J H it WILSON.
lMf,A. RICE'S STORE !
a. I T " -
"OiZ SHE E Tims,
I : Go to jWm; A. lUces Store for your
G LOT HI NG
33oots stxxdL Slaoes !
. .' Acd everything jeke at aptotiishiiig luw piicee. , ; -
GROCERIES ! 'The ;'.frt'sh'es
. fremont, Dec. 14, 16G6. Jyl.
SPLENDID CLOAKS, .
' ' -v " ' ' SUPERB SHAWLS.
fe?s : S TOR E
t a t irn to' i r? T, ; . . - Vl':': -. 1
; HOOP SKIRTS,
, C L OTH S
ami cheapest in towrrat vT2 a OA
WAI. A. RICE'S STORE.
Auburn, Golden, Flaxen and Silken
.: C 4JT.R L- S7r- -
PRODUCE 1 by the Hue of ProffflsW j(b ren t-riser
Le OhereqA Xne afl!ction w!tzrantad4o
curl tiie meat etraiat and atntihoxn hair of .tither
sex into wary nngletii, orheavy maMirec irls. llasV
bMl Dftfia bV'lhat sAflLinnAakUc nf PaarJoi aixil T.w..la
iui wigmwijiuir rcButies. uoes no lnj ary to
the hait A'rics by mail, seal and Matoaid. iPl 00
DMcriptfreacirculars mailed freo. Address BK(iElL
SHUTT3 ft u.,CbemiHta No.? RiTer Stiret, Tior.
u V C-l- a a T- : i . . J '
B YvM A I W? It E-P AI I
New StfapbcrrieB, Grapes, &ps"
BM. WATSON'S DM. Coloziy rer Ind Seed
m Establishment, PWmnntb, Hasr., is now send-1
iag out by mail prepaid, packed with great care in.'
rati percba silk, eo as to resch any part of the!
Cfiion in perfect tai.ty,acorap!!tSflSjrtfnent of the
Itsost tirapoe, Stra wbetiiea, tiew large Currants,!
Gooseberries, Blackberries, Koue, Flowering Plants,
Bnlba, Liliies, &xn &. Frai i and OrsftraentaJ Trees
and Hbrubs, JL.ergr.ens, Hedge rianla, &C-, wiu ne
sent by freight paid to Boston. Also, the true. Cape
Cod Cranberry, lot cultivation ia wet land, or in op
lana and gardens, where it products at the sate of
4C0 bushels to the acre; with directiors for cultiva
tion. - Priced Descriptive Catalogue trill be'went to
any address.. Apk isJac bttUtimufor plmiing. ,Tbe
beat way to obtain ei Fruit nd tHnir:rt, aaa
Seeds, is to send direct to the Grower. - Send for av
Catalogue. Wholesale Catalogues to ll.e trade.
gents wanted. ' IZmZ
SEUUH'eV . r-
'" rRESCfUBED fiUXDEX S EAL.
Recommeoded ror ta'e Veal meiri of liyspessia, fcifls
gestioo, General Debility, and Fever and Ague, anil
warranted to cars. Invented by Dr.- O. C lim't It
tea vegetable compound of ahirteen distinct ertic
lee, an is approveii and preecriked by the medical
nrofes1on.A -phoMcian who has made use of it ioi
his practice says It is harmls, whileit iaootentf i
nor does it, as is th tease with many melicins, leave
druggiis. ; ' -."l-'Ui .
CJRRIN SKIh'NEK A CO.. Sole Proprietors,
101) - Sprimnels, Maas. -
-" B.s)al llavauun. IjoUrvy of Cuba.
Drawn oatce in serentuen days, i'rixes eaahod and
laformatioB givoa. Highest rates paid for deubloons
and all kinds of gold and silver. Gaonex Uraatf, (3
N. Main St., Provldenoe, K. I.1
'ii LATEST. FASHIONS DEMAND -
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
(OR DOUBLE SPRING)
THE WONDEBFfl. FLKXIBILI'Y AND GREAT
comfort and pleasure to ant lady wearing the
Duplex Klliptie Usirt will be experienoed particularly
-is ali crowded asHomblies, operas, carriages, railroad
cars, -church pews, arm chairs, for promenade and
fcosse dree, as the skirt can be folded when in ass
tn ocenpy a .mall place as easily and conveniently ee
a t ilk or muFlin dress, an invaluable quality ia crin
joi ne, not found in any Single Spring Skirt. .
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort an 1
great convenience of wearing the Duplex Ellipti
Steel Sprinc Skirt fora.ingle 'day will nererafter
wards willingly dispense with their nso. For chil
dren, misses snd yonng ladies they are superior to
all otters. - . ..... 4,
Th v will cot bend or break like the single spring,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape
whoa thsee or fonr ordinary ekirte will have been
thrown aside as useless. The Hoops are covered
with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods
axe not only double springs, but twice (or double)
covered, preventing them from wealing oat when
dragging down stoops, stairs, e. . - - -
The Dnplex Elliptic is s great favorite with all la
dies and is universally recommended by the Fashion
Mainlines as the Si'ANDARD 8SIRT OF THE
To enjoy the following estimable advantages in
Crinoline, vis: superior quality, perfect manufacture
atlish shape aad noish, flexibility, durability, com
fort and economy, enquire for J. W. Bkaclsy'r
Dnplex Elliptic, or Doable spring Skirt, and be sure
yon get the genuine article.
CAU HON. To guard against IMPOSITION be par
tionlar to iVOTICS that Skirts offered as " Duplex "
have the rod ink stamp, via; " J. W. Bradley's Da
niex Kl-iptic Steel Springs " upon the waistband
-none otucrs are genuine. Also notios that every
Hoop willadmti a pin being passed through the een
tr,hus revealing the two (or doable) springe braid
ed together theiein, which is ths secret of their
flexibility and strength, and a combination not found
n any other skirt. -
-B SALE in all stores where FIRCT. CLASS
skirts are sold, throughout the United States and
elsewhere. Manufactured bv the Hhil Owners of ta
4?trnt. WESTS, BRADLEY CART,
4ml , 7 Chambers and 79 at 61 ReadeSts,N Y
Samp'es senf free. No eapitnl rrqitired. Ladles
or Hentlenien can earn from $3.00 toflO.OO per day.
KaoJo.s stamp, and address
-. . . TRU'P CO., Eihtk 8t Kew York
The Fremont Journal.
BY CHARLES KINGSLEY.
My (kircst child, 1 har no song to gi re you:
No Igrlf eould f ipi to skies to dull and
gray; '"" '
Tot, era w part, one lesson I eair lesve you
For every- day.
Be good, sweeirnsid, nd let who will be
- ?i ..cleyer;,.. s,..- r
Do noble things, not dream jihcm all "day
And so - make- lifs, rlwith, and thxt vast for-
evet, ; - .-,- : .-'
One grand, sweet soug. .
Little feet ao gtad and gayr '
Making music all the Jay;
Trfpping merrily along, ,
Filliurj all my heart with 60ng;
Well flova your moaie sweet; -'-Patter,
patter, little leet. -
Sometimea anxious, I would know -
Just what way these feet must go!
Praying oft that all be fair, .
No thorns, no roughness anywhere; .
That flow'ra may spring their steps to greet;
Patter, patter, little feet.
But when I think that some hare troS
Through thorns and briers nearer God;
Though weak in faith, still I would dare
To offer up the earnest prayer ; .'
That Christ would choose whale'er ia meet;
Patter, patter, little feet " : ' ' '
1 preaa them in ray hands to-night - ,
And kiss them with a new delight, 1 .
Believing that where'er they go.
My tender trord will lead them so
They'll walk at length the golden street;
Patter, patter, little feet.'
Agricultural and Practical.
The reading of essay a by -the ladies ia one
of the exercises which give life and interest
to the meetings of the Springfield, (Vt.)
Fanners' Club. From rme of the essaya by
Mrs. Daniel Kice, published in the Vermont
Farmer, we copy the following paragraph:
, ''Did you ever ' think of the amount of
thought requisite to plan three meals a day
for three hundred and sixty-five days in suc
cession J . To prepare enough and not too
much, and for those living at a distance from
the Tillage, to reineiiiber that the stock of
flour, sugar, tea, tc.,' is replenished in due
time. Do yon ever think of the multitude of
her cares, and duties? She must rise early to
prepare breakfast, or oversee it. : Perhaps
there are children to wash, dress and feed, or
to get ready for school with Ihcir dinners.
There ia baking, sweeping, dusting, making
beds, lunch for the men, maybe dinner au3
aupper to be made read at the proper time
the washing, starching, folding and ironing
of the clothes the care of milk, including the
making1 vf bntteran'd cheese and the in-
evitable washinrof.itishes. ! iu autumn there
is the additionrfVorkoipicking', preserviiigY
canning of fruit, drying applefv -boiling cider,
making apple sauce, with thei still more un
pleasant task which falls to her lot at butcher
ing time. ' Then there is baying, harvesting
sheep-shearing, tc.whon more help is need
ed, bringing an increase of-her labors. Twice
a' year cornea houseclcnning. By lie way,
of all the foes a housekeeper has to contend
with, dirt ia the greatest. She may gain a
complete victory and thinkto repose tipon
her laurels after ber semi-animal engage-'
menta but it is only temporary. The enemy
soon, returns, and even' daily skirmishing
does" not keep it at bay. -' " '";'
"There is the mending too. Sewing ma
chines are great blessings, bul they' can't
set in a patch or darn the stocking. ' 1 do
not mention these things by way of com-'
plaining oi wmueu a nit ib general, orasaing
for her any rights which she docs not posse' s.
1 don't know as there is any remedy in the
present state of the world. It seems to be
one of the evils of life which must be borne
as.we bear other ills but what I do ask -is
dint appreciation of the important pari that
wotnau acts, and a concession that her labors
mental and physical, are as great,. all Uriugs
considered, as those of the other sex. ..B'omen
art not so childish that a little sympathy
Bpw and then or acknowledgment of their
efforts and sacrifices make them imagine their
case worse man it is. i ten you, men aud
husbands, it doeth good like a medicine, and
many a poor, crushed, broken-down wifeand
niotter ts dying for want of it
' Hipk BsBAn Bread made of wheat flour
when taken ont of the oven, is unprepared
for-the stomach, It should go -through a
change, or ripen, before it is eaten, "Bread,
after being 'baked goes through a change
similar to the change in newly brewed beer,
or newly churned butter emlk, neither being
healthy until after the change, it sends off a
large portion of carbon or unhealthy, gas,
and imbibes a large portion of oxygen or
IbeaJUiy gas., Urcad uas,. according to Ibe
computation of physicians, one-fourth more
nutriment, in it when ripe than when just
oat of the oven. It not only has more nutri
ment, but imparts a much greater degree of
cueenuiuess. ne mat eats old. ripe bread
will bare a much greater flow of animal
spirits than he would were he to eat unripe
bread. One thing in connection with this
thought should be noticed by housewives.
It is, to let the bread ripen where it can in
hale the oxygen in a pure state. Bread will
always taste of - the air that surrounds it
while ripening; hence it should ripen where
the air is pure, It should never ripen in a
cellar' nor in a close cupboard. Bread that
is several days old may be renewed so as to
have all the freshness aud lightness, by
simply putting it jnto a common . steamer
over a fire, and teaming it half or three
quarters of an hour. The vessel under the
steamer containing the water should not ' be
more than half full, otherwise the water
may boittirj' into'the" steamer arid" wet the
bread. After" the t read is .thus steamed, it
should be t&aen but of the steamer and
wrapped in a clotty , dry and cool, and, to
remain so a short time, when it will be ready
to be cut and' nsedS It will then be like
cold new bread. American Farmer,
f . " 1
Catcbimo Cold. Perhaps , there is bo ill
ness, if illness it cau be called, iu ordinary
circumstances, the management of which has
been so beset by blind and stupid prejudices
as the lajiug-inof a woman. . This has been
partly occasioned by the fact that motherly
nurses have, been formerly excessively igno
rant persons, and that old women have been
looked up to as the only infallible guides.
The great bugbear was always catching cold,
and to avoid a chance of this, the most absurd
plans were in vogne, some of Which still re
main, particularly among the j oorcr classes.
Some hundred years ago no lady was allowed
to hare her cap changed during the time of
bee without having every curtain closely
drawn, and a warming pan held over the head.
Every window was constantly kept closed,
fires were perpetually burning, heaps of blan
kets piled on, nod even the handles of the
knivts, forks, and spoons to be handled by
the poor lady were covered up with flannel
or silver paper; even the hand bell placed on
toe bed to summon an attendant baa Us neat
flannel jacket, for fear the touch of the cold
metal should makeber catch cold. Cold wa
ter, cold air, cold drinks, anything cold that
could be touched with the fingers, were all
most scrupulously guarded against'' Thanks
to the improved education of the nurses, aud
the greater attention of the doctors, these ab
surdities? have of late nearly disappeared,' bnf
it has only been a change nf very recent
date, and not yet completed. ' The bills of
mortality still show a large proportion of
deaths from what are properly called avoid
able diseases; but year by year matters are
changing for the better, aud the value of hu
man lue uuni luiauvy mjviu ege ia cuiiBiaui-
ly increasing. Dickens, "All 2'he I'tar
Round ,. .. .- ..,,,.!
Tak Care or ths Chii.pbes's Fi:tr.
Life-loug disease aud sudden death often
come to children through the inattention of
the parents. A child should never be allow
ed to go to sleep with cold feet; the thing to
. v .. , , . t -i , r j
be last auenacu to, in putting acuua to two,
should be to see that the feet are. perfectly
dry and warm; neglect of this has often re
sulted in adangerons attack of cronp, dipthe
ria or fatal sore throat.
Always on coming from school, on entering .
the house from a visit or errand in rainy,
noddy or thawy weather, the child's shoes
should be removed, Titid the ntother should
herself ascertaiu if the stockings arc the least
damp; and, if so, should require them to.be
taken off the feet herd before the fife and
rubbed with the hand .till perfectly dry, and
another pah- of stockings be put on, and an
other pair of shoos, while the other stockings
and shoes'shoulcl be' placed where they can
b swell dried, so a to be ready for future use
at a moment's notice. 'T
Potato Bins How to Head them uir,
I have a word to say. about, 'rdaotirig . and
heading off the bug, which may Lenent the
farmers of Iowa. If you would avoid the
potato bug, which is travelling from this di
rection through Iowa eastward, plant your
potatoes as usual, covering nly slightly
sayan inehorlwo. Tnenadil to it a covering
of straw, hay, or coarse manure, to a depth of
five or six inches, aud you will have no
trouble with .bugs. .1 prefer straw for the
covering. Last spring I planted with antl
without straw side by side On those cover
ed .with straw scarcely a bug made its ap
pearance, while those upon which straw was
not used were so infested with Dugs that we
saved them only by picking every few days
for some time. In a dry season the straw re
tains the" moisture in the ground and the pi--tatocs
mate a better growth than without it
f. Jewell," Wirm8louyi Xcbraika,'
Wheat for a Barrel of Flour.
The question, .bow much- -wheat does it
take to make a barrel of flour? is oftea asked,
but very few persons can answer it. At the
annual Fair of the Dabnque Connty Agri
cultural Society, in I860, a premium of $3
was offered for the best barrel of flour made
from winter wheat, and also the same from
spring ; wheat 'Mamas Pratt A Co., of the
Kockdale mills, entered one oarret eacn,
accompanied with the statement that sixteen
bushels of winter wheat yielded three ber
ries and 103 pounds of flour at the rate of
four bushels and nlteen pounds oi wnest to
the barrel. Of spring. v heat fifty bushels
yielded eleven barrels of flour beiug four
bushels and thirty-two pounds -per barrel.
The wheat was a fair quality and ao more. "
About-- Porch as. The author of "My
Farm at Edgewood, " says; "A country house
without porch is like a man without an eye
brow; it gives expression, and gives express
ion where you most waut it. The last of
fice of a porch is that of affording protection
against the rain-beat and the sun -beat Jt
is an interpreter of character; it humanizes
bald walls and windows; it gives hint of hos
pitality; it is a hand streched out (figura
tively and lumberingly,-eittfB) from - the
world within to the world without. There
are hundreds of naked, and. vulgar looking
dwellings, scattered up aud down our coun
try Jiigh roads, which only need a little .deft
and adroit adaptation of this hospitable fea
ture te assume an air of modest grace, in
place of the present indecorous and wanton
exposure." , - . , .
Compelling a Man to Eat.
A days ago a a store
and informed the proprietor that he had not
eaten anything for two days and was with
out money to purchase a meaL Without a
moment's hesitation the merchant handed
the applicant fifty cents, and told him to go
to the Continental House and eat his fill.
Without saying "thank you," the loafer
picked up the money and skedaddled. .. He
Lad hardly got out of doors before the mer
chant took his hat and followed. The loafer
continued his tour of assessment along the
street and each person who gave him assist
ance joined this merchant; 'flntil the party
numbered a dozen. Uavirjg-reached Bird
street, the beggar took a bee lino for the
wharf and finely - brought up in a saloon.
Eutering the saloon he drew up a chair to
where three others were engaged in a game
of cards, and asked for a hand, and laid
down the money tha had been given him.
Ee had hardly taken up the cards that had
been dealt to him, before the gentlemen en
tered. One of them seized the fellow by
the coat collar, another picked up the money
that be 1 ad deHitcd on the table, while a
"You consummate rascal, you told me
you had not eaten for two days. What have
you totosayfuryoursell?". Well, you have
caught me, gentlemen, aud I don't think it
necessary for me to say anything." .
Let us make him eat," said one.
" Tea, that is what we'll do," replied two
' And they compelled the fellow to go with
them to a boarding house: Where they paid
the proprietor for a dinner, and- compelled
the fellow to eat it, which be did with a
grace that showed he did Dot appreciate ths
attentions he was receiving.
You are very careful of her dressjyou attend
peisonally to its. purchase and fit.-. You go
with her to see that her foot is nicely gail
enod, and you give your milliner special, in
struction as to the make and becomiiigness
of her bonnet, but do yon ever ask yourself,
what is sbe thinking about ' la other words
do you know anything of all her inner life.
Many who are esteemed moat excellent mo
thers are as ignogrant on this all important
Sointas if they had never look ed upon the!
aughter's face. They exact respectful
obedience, and if the young"creature yields
it, and has no need of a physician's immed
iate service, they consider their duty done.
Alas, what a fatal mistake! These are the
'mothers who, never having invited the con
fidence of these young hearts, live to see it
anywhere and everywhere bat in
accordance with their wishes. Is it, cau it
be enough to a mother, worthy the name, to
be satisfied that her daughter's physical
wants are cared for? What of that yearnirtg,
hungry soul, that i casting about here and
therefor something to satisfy its question
ings? , Ohltgive a thought sometimes to this.
When sbe sits there by the fire or by the
window, musing, sit down by her and love
her thoughts out of her."-" Cast that fatal
dignity to the winds that has tome1 between
so many young crtatures aud the heart to
which they should lie nearest iu these im
portant, forming years
Respect is good in its plane, bul when it
frWzes up your daughter's so'ul utterauce
When it sends herforsyniapthy and compan
ionship to chance guides, what then? A
Word, .a loving, kind word at the right mo-
meut no mind can over estimate its impor
tance. Remember Ibis when you see the
sad wrecks of womanhood about yon, and
amid the sweeping waves of life's cares and
life's pleascres, whatsoever else you neglect
do not fail to know what that young daugh-
the.of yours is thinning about
The following biographical account of this
lady will prove interesting: , , -.
Adelaide Ristori, Marchioness Capranica
del Orillo, was born at Civiu di Friuli in
ls'ib. , Her parents were pour, and belonged
to the Cavicchi troupe a Company of travel
ing comedians. Her tit hi years were passed
"the other side of the foot lights." She made
her. first "appearance upon the stage at the
early age ot two months, wben she was intra
duced in a basket iu a play called "New
Year's Gifts." At her fourth year she com
menced to play children 'a parts, which she
continued to do until she was twelve years
old. When only fourteen -she appeared as
Francifca di Rimini and the impression which
she made in that character decided her future
life. : She then abandoned her wandering life
and joined the company of tLe King of Sar
dinia, under the directorship- of Oaetano
It was at the theatre of Litourne, and twen
ty years ago. that Ristori made her first crea
tions and established her position. as an ac
complished commedienne. It was at this
time that she, the daughter of obscure come
dians, became the heir nf one of the noblest
iloroandueal families the Marquis Caprani
ca Del Grillo. It was a romantic marriase.
contracted against the wishes of her husband's
parents.' For a time Ristori withdrew from
the stage, to which, however, she soon re
tnrned as a tragie actress. At first her im
personations in this new rule appear not to
have been very successlui, Out she studied
to overcome the obstacles "In her way; and
was rewarded with a complete triumph which
may be said tn have been pronounced for the
hrst time on the occas on ot ner appearar.ee
in Paris in 1655, at the opening of the Expo
sition Univeiselle. -
- Ristori made her first appearance in Paris
on the T.:d ot JNIay.at the Italian Opera House,
in the character of "Francit-ca di Rimini."
The audience that greeted the debut was not
a very large One, as bul a few persons had the
idea that so brilliant an artistic luminary was
to take its place iu the theatrical firmament
By chance only Alexandre Dumas, Eugene
Scribe, and Jules Janin were present On
the' next day the former wrote; - "Last night
was at the representation oi'':Francisca di
Rimini" at the Salle Yen tadour. I looked
around the theater but did not see Rachel. I
beg that she will go and see: how ths death
scene is performed.". Mr. Scribe called im
mediately on Ristori, and, in her absence, left
his card, on which he inscribed:. "Eugene
Scribe, in acknowledgement of his admira
tion for Madame Ristori and with thanks for
the great pleasure be experienced last night. "
Jules Janin was the most enthusiastic iu her
favor. Histori,"R;stori 1" he vne, "she is
the rage of the day I She is tragedy itself.
She is comedy itself. She is the drama.
She reiirns s.he governs she command".
and the crowd obeys."
She could scarcely have attempted a more
difficult part than that of if yi rah, in which
she achieved her first success before a Paris
ian audience a part in which the actress, s
the impersonation ol uunatural crime has
very little of the sympathy of the audience.
But Ristori, true to the Grecian idea), repre
sented the euiity heroine as btautifu with a
dignity and grandeur almost divine, though
the victim of unalterable Fate. The situa
tion which she represented was that one
which is so common in all the great urecian
tragedies in which is portrayed the conflict
between the heart as moved by human im
pulses, and the will as subject to Destiny.
Ristori was ho less successful as Mary
Stuart, where she was subject to comparison
with other artists, who had "made the part
peculiarly their own. But she created a nety
.Mary -Stuart Her identity with the charac
ter was most complete.
The first season ended on the 10th of Sep
tember.' She gave thirty-six performances,
the gross receipts of which amounted to half
million of francs. , , " ...
This success was so gratifying that Ristori
secured the theater for the three following
year?. During her residence in Paris she
was the recipient of many generous testimo
nials of the estimation in which she wai held
by the most enlightened artists and literati
of the country. "
Bittfbs that ark bittfrs. There are no
biltef-i for the Stomach so immemely popu
lar in this region of the country as those now
manufactured by one of nur own residents
(Dr. C. W. Rollick) As an appetiiter, and
pleasant and agreeable tome, they are sur
passed by no other importation. ' Having
tried the article, we can speak from experi-J
ence, anu most willingly recommend them as
on invaluable tonic (Jin. Oummereial,
... It is dangerous for a man to grow
rich iiii'l strong faster, than.Jw grow's
good. -Ido uot think iCis Wise to grow
rich to fast, at any rate.. I do not mean
to say that there may ". not bo men of
such htature that they can grow rich
rapidly, without heine hurt bv their
riches; but'iteneraly God makes the road
tcweaitb. one of care, so that when a
iuai):ha4 'attained his competence,", he
has ; gone, through that which isn.
strengtnener, stinener, and which pre-j
vents his being7 injured much . by it.
But when men come into the possession
of wealth without having earned it, they
are apt to be injured by it, because they
have not received the education which
is necessary tojenable them to ad minis
ter it properly. .
People will Talk.
We may get through the world but
'twill be very slow, if we listen U all
that ia said, as we go; we'll be worried
and fretted and kept in a stew, for med
dlesome tongue : must have something
to do. . If quiet and modest, you'll hare
it presumed that your humble position
is only assumed; you're a wolf in
sheep's clothing, or else you're a fool;
but don't get excited, keep . perfectly
cool.: . And so, if you show the least
boldness of heart, or a slight indication
to take j our own part, they'll call you
an upstart, conceited and vain, but keep
straight ahead, don't stop - to explain.
If threadbare your coat, old-fashioned
your hat, some one, of course, will take
notice of that, und : hint rather strong
that you can't pay your own way, but
don't get excited whatever they say. If
you dress in the fashion, don't think to
escape,: for they criticise then in a dif
ferent shape ; you're ahead of your
means or . yonr tailor's unpaid. "But
mind your own business, there's naught
to be made. If a fellow but chances to
wink at a girl, how the gossips will talk,
and their scandal unfurl; they'll canvass
your wants, and talk of -your- means,
and declare you're engaged to a chit in
her teens. . Now the best way to do, is
to do as you please, for your mind, if
you have one, will then 6e at ease; of
course, you'll n-.ect with all sorts of
abuse, but don't think to stop them, it
ain't any use. - . . t5 . r , , . . i
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Gossip about Bryant.
: Mr. Bryant will be 71 years old. on
the 2nd of November next .He bears
his ago well. Frost lies white upon Lib
auiplo beard, but the fire of. youth is in
his eye, and his heart still beats strongly
and steadily, and with a vital force that
shows no sign of serious physical de
cay. Ilia mind, working alertly and
clearly, is as quick in preceptiou and as
logical in deduction as it was twenty
years ago. His ulight- and agile fig
ure, passing rapidly among the crowds
of the street, is that of a man of thirty
years rather than the frame which men
usually associate with a septuagena
nan's weight of years. ' He uses no glas
ses to aid bis -'vision.'" ' The nearest ap
proach he was ever known to make to a
confession of imperfect sight was in my
hearing about a year ago,," Going to a
window to read a newspaper, he mut
tered 'a good natured -remonstrance
against the fineness of the print, observ
ing that he "didn't intend to wear spec
tacles so long' as Le could help it, but
wished the papers would not use such
small .type,".. ... . ...
- In the matter of dress, Air. Bryant is
neither a Count D Orsaynor a Horace
Greeley. -He" greatly prefer! cleanli
ness to style; is always tidy, but " bliss
fully unconscious of the requirements of
fashion, and,(like' Dominie' Sampson,
would be quite likely to attributg to the
preservative qualities of the atmosphere
the exceeding "glossiness of any new
garment surreptitiously introduced into
his apartment over night. ' Yet ha is
orderly ami precise in" his intellectual
life almost to the extreme p fastidous
ness1 and hypercritism as, if. nature's
principle ot compensation were illustra
ted in his case He has a hearty cpiv
tempt for shams, snobs arid silliness;
admires pluck, perseverance and indus
try ; adores nature, and works , hard for
the love of work, and readily recogni
zes a worker when he sees him, finds
his recreation in recondite studies, in
green fields, ""babbling "brooks,"", and the
study of 'natural forms in' digging
among the roots of language, in plant
ing trees, making newspapers, and ob
serving mankind in tho prattle of chil
dren and the wisdom of the schools
in short,' in everything that the- world
do?s and the nien think. -' ' "
He has pleasant" ways." At odd mo
ments he ' invites hi.'' friends to little
trials of gymnastic exercises. " "Can
yott do that?" he said once to a much
younger man, suiting the action to the
word, by1"-lifting hifnself to the top of
the doo by his bands, and swinging up
and down and sideways, varying the
sport by grasping the door casing aud
repeating the feat in a more difficult po
sition.''" The junior tried it, but failed;
he bad not leaped- so many high' rail
fences in the country as Mr. Bryant had
leaped and the brown beard could not
wag inhe air as the white one wagged:
Rarely,' if a fence or gate is in the way
at Rosly n, does its owner stop to dodge
it or open it "He leaps it, . If a horse
is not harnessed be. walks. If a storm
howls and a valued friend is lonely in a
distant house, he trudges oft', with an
(imhrella in one hand and a boitiet of
flowors-in the other; "offering the latter
and his company," where he knows that
both will ' be welcome Froniiner and
TiiE Pater Brsmiss?. It Is 'estiniH
ted that tlierc afe'lOOO paper mill's In
the United States, with about 40,000,
000 capital, and producing about 1200
tons of imper dailr. ' The rasrs that are'
used np annually are' f-aid to be ' worth
60,000,000 and amount to 37,500 tonsl
An immense amount of straw and wood
and otlter'material is hlso made np into
paper r and 'when it is known that tvitbiri
the. past four' years paper has doubled
in price, the enormous expense of pub-
limbing r newspaper of large circulation
can readily be realized. " The sheet of
white paper on which our paper is print
ed costs more than the price for which
the oflice sells it, Philadelphia Ledinr
The Karl of Browrilow, aged twenty-
four, died last month in Kngland. .His
ncome" was 'seven' hundred thousand
dollars, and he was an invalid all his life.
He spent the winters at Madeira, and on
going there each season ho used to dis
cover individuals afflicted with t,he same
delicacy of constitution as himself, but
who were totally unable to afford the
solace which weatli pr-tired rfor fiim.
These, sometimes.' toe' Che: nu fiber ;ff
thirty or forty; he prevailed upon to
accept his'" invitation upon a voyage in
search of health,"-'' as . he delicately
termed his noble Met of thoughtful kind
ness. From England to Mapeira during
the winter, and thence back to England,
he took upon himselt every possible.
charge ef poor "people, including not
only every" enjoyment - of which they
were capable, but also tho advantage of
the tirst-rato- 'medical skill which was
necessary for Lia own riise. "
A man recently broke off a marriage
because the lady did not possess good
conversational power. A wicked edi
tor, in commenting upon the fact, says:
' He should have married her, and then
refused her a new bonnet, to have de
veloped her powers of talk." ' ' .
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Thousands of certificates aro
in our possession, giring detail,
ed accounts of perfect CUBES
effected by tliese inraluable
Medicines. : They regulate the
System and put all the fimc
ions of the body in a healthy
Sold Dytnrjmgglsta.: White erHowland, Propri
etor, Snwcsaora to a iolux Moffat and Df, W. B.
Woffat. ii Liberty Strett, Sw York, , .. .
J WHY SUFFER WITH THIS ;
Dangerous & Loathsome Disease
- , I- ' ; WHEN IT
Oaiit n be Cu ed !
... . ,
) - , , AND ENTIRELY
Eradicated from the System
' . J - - BY THE TJ8E OF ' -
DR. 'SEE LYE'S
WILL ICBELt BF6CLT IS
Uulesi checked In lt lncfpient tttgn.
TtTlT NEVER FAJ.LSI.aS
'.im'fM' Directions an fcfeml
ty 8IKSLE -BOTTLES WILL LAST A MONTH.
COLD IN THE HEAD
Relieved in a Few Minutes.
Ctus'd by cffariTS aecretioDS,
if j CtQPrxl ly Ctvtftrrhal i tactions.
S . V -o s - ' " - .'
SENSE J0FJ5 ME LL
Wbeneftiied hy CaUrrbil difficult.!.
Aiw nor. frfqaently thAn otheiwie nrjged bj ft
imct riiixtT mneoav uumg aom-im Mao, tMpecuuo
i$ dnri ng th n.hti 0'1 rcialtinn from Ca.Uzrfa,
u cardby ; -
i Dr. Seelyc's
L IU L IB
I i OAT I II Jill
Tl! lymptnme of Catarrh ar at 9 rut rer Blight.
Penoiw ftadtheT burs coW, that thfj hart fr
ur nt mucks, aod arc more mositire to tha ehDga
of tfinperataro. fathUeondttion tho nnimajr bo
drror a ulitfht dirtchargo, t bin and aerid1aftn,warriii
thick and aihaire, may ettfn.
Aft thedi'two breomea chrouic, tho dinchargpii ar
iaMroaaod inrnantity and eh&DtrtMi-.n qoaltty; Ihoy
aro no ir thick and hoaTT.and are hawked or ooughed
off. Tho ifecrvtient aro njfn-iTo, canfinar a bad
lMath: thtaM.fr? of rmtlX is Iraaosod or dortrovod:
dea'nppwfrequentlj UksB p)ac.
Anothorcominon and important sr nip torn nf Cat
arrh i that tho porflnn in obld to clear bis throat
In tho moniina; of a alick or allxoy mueoaav which
baa tI ion from tho head dnri eg tho niajii. When
thin takoti placo, tho portoa mar beavro tbathia dla-
aoo la oa itt war to tbo luofnuand sbonl. lroi so
Um in arroaiing tt.
The aboToaro bat ft few of ho man Catarrhal
r)yrpt9ins. Wnto to oar Laboratory for oar pam
phletdei9ribtng (ally all ajmptomp; it will be aent
FBEK to aor address. Alro dirrtifiop hira to
procure the medic! no.
we are roceiriag letters rrom t?ri ol tno un
ion, and als numeroufl tefltimoniils from those uainc
It. bearirg tho evidence of its lofjillib'o merits.
lTi" This remedy-co nt:n8 no mtntral or pottontm
iur4ittt, bat prepared from regotabie extracU
tzclrivlf; therefore it ia perfer.tif karmlett, oren
to the irost Under and dWiuate child. tJl
-iSmllfor Settwc'M Cmtarrlt Remedy, and take no
other. II aot sold by droiritB in tout TieioitT. thev
will order it for yon. Price $'i 00 per bottle.
AU persona auffering with aoy affection of the
Head, Throat or Langs, should, write at once for our
phamphfft fully describing all Hymptoft pertaining
to the abova dUeaee.
IX will be sent fre to aa? addrpfi. ,
; A DP EE M -
.: Dr. D. H. SEE LYE & Co., .
r?"!dl'y Tiil.Mie and lall Prnfirlrt, ' -"r
' " tiEStRAL A-'iE.'i '. '
John O Park. Cincinnati, Ohio; fuller, tic-h
Fnller. Chicago, fll; Bcrnhscis Virf-SttsacV.Chi.
cafro,III: Demsa Bares Co, -w itirs; u kunm
ft Co, Huflalo y Y ; f lrraotl, yti.JKV fo, Detroit.
Kkh; If eeks it Hotter, Buston, Slana; Vm? Ki.-h-arda
k Co. l'lii!a.iel,ia. Pa; R E 8il.r at To, Citt.-
horjih, Fa; Collina Bro s, St Lonis, Uvi B'oe.
Ward atCo.NewOrlraoa. I.a:H A Bntauisoa at Co.
UnikvilhKy; 3iflr Jt It.-u, Jlenphis, Tann; P E
Dcpoy, Richmond, Va: TbompaoB rJ'ock, 3altl
m.re, Md; Vrxter k Nellegcr, i loan.T.Ji V ; Stran
Armstronir, Ulevelaod.Uhio; Wm Johnston, Detroit
Hich; Wl-son Prtar.; Co, Louisville, Ky.
"I .T : -.
"7 - rar'JEatJHS- "- '
WHITE PINE COMPOUND., :
Is now offered- to the afflicted Onroni-hMt fh eeaar- s
try. a'toffravtisg hcanr iuiv ty iaeaaw wf-isyTe
Tears, In the New England SUlea, whan ita media
have beooma weil saewoaa the treefi sas.whkiHia.
part, it derives ita virtues. .... .
THE WHITE1 PINE COISPOUiNl "
Cares sore throat, colds, ooaihs. eVutheria, bron
chitis, spittioftoi blood, and palnwaavry afestiosi .
generally. It ia a remarkable r.aidj lor kidney com- v v , r
J)iaiatsvi'ab -tes, difUculty of voldioe oriae, bieedino; '
rom the kidneys and bladder, (vvT aad other emn- t -'
plaints. a . a a 1 -y- -v
The Wlille Pine Componad.
"I wssrearlv Id tha soruisT of 'S that thi oaan- -
pnn was orifiaated. A rnsmbfr of my family waa ..
afflicted with an irritation of the thioat attended with
a diasgrerBbte oong-h. 1 had for some months ,rovi---"
ous tlioaght that a preparation havtng br U aaaia .
the Inside bark of wbl'e pin might be soeompoaad
ed aa to be very na.fnl In diseases of the throat and
lungs. To test the valne of It In tha esse alia ded to, ,.
1 anmponoded a small quantity of tha medicine thai '
I had been planning, and gave it in teaepoonfal dews. ' '
The result waa exceedingly eratlfyln; Within two
days the Irritation of the throat waa removed tha
eongh Rabetfled, and ft apaedy oara waa aaeatail. 8ow -'
mlt-i thia I pant to a ladr la Londenderry. M. fi. -who
had, haen t,afaring for aoma weeka from a baa im J
aough,oecarioned by a nidden eold, and had raJaeo
mneni streaked wimaaa. Baaaaoa ifaaca aiwaN
aent for mora. h took aboat taa ouAcra of it, aad
f at well. J.B.Clarka, iuq editor of tha Maact eater
Daily Mirrttr, made a triai of the same preparation ta
tue caae of a aerero eoia ana waa enrea immeomaif . i .
He waa coh'tzhlrpleaaed with tbe malts, and ao oott-
ldDt in raccesa attending itr aalea, if plaead before
tbe pnblie, that ha flnally panaadad ma to girart - -
name, ana eena it aoroaa to oaneni via annennav io ...
NoTeaiber, I8&fi, I Ant adrertlaed it under tha cama j.
of White Pine Compound. In two yaara from that
titna there had been wholaaied in llaBcheatar alona ,
one hundred doliaia worth, where it took tha lead of
a'l tba eoajrh reroed.ee in the aaarket, and it etiH '
maintalna tbat poaitraaw There la gaoa. rraanai foe -
thi; it ia rery aoothiog and healing im ita aatara, ia , , ;t..
warming to the stomach, and pleaeant withal to tba
tasta, and ia exceedingly abeaj. - -
Aa a remedy for k Uiney eomplainta tha Wbita Pina -Compoacd
stand nnriraled. It was not originated -for
that purpore: bat atferean fw aeiaaitfor a ooarta
waa not oniy cured of the oongh, bat waa aiaa ewrad
ot a kidney oimcaity oi ten jeare Branding, oiaea
that accidewtal diaoovery nrnay tboaaanaa hara oa a 4 ' '
it for tieaama aivp'aint aad have bean aaasflataij -
cured." . , , .
Tha abore was written by Dr. Poland In 1WW. Sine '
then, as in Manchester, tba White Pina Oomaovat "
his taken tha lead of all cough remedies, aa well aa ,
preparation. forlhe cure Of I. doer diffleultiaa,ia aw-
try city, town, village and hamlet thraagaont taa '
New Kngland Statee. ,
This remedy laaatmiw aodpleeaaat to take aitt If
effeenak ' . - " - - - - -t
Tha editor of tho Manchester Daily aaa Weekly - .
Wirrcr, ia the leader of tha Daily, thus writea of tba
Compound: "The White Pina Compound laaaVar ' f
ti'Hl at mnfh fengrtr tit oar eo'amwe. and wa arw i-;
happy to Jean that lha deuaad for it ia iaasaaaiaf s n
beyond all p-einus txpectatioca. It ia tha vary best rr
medicine for eocjba aad cokT wa know of, aad no '
fcmiiS that haa occe used it wiil ba without It. Wa-
spesk from rnirown knowl-dge, it insure to kill a eold,
and plearantan it is sure. The greatest tnTentiona A 1
eotoe by accident and it ia singular that the Wkita -t. - 9
Pine Compound, made for coughs and eoJds shoaJi .
prore to ba tha gr?atesl remedy for kidney diffifailtiei
known. Bot sw it ra. Wa oannwt doubt it, so many -tetimanials
coma to ua from wall kaowa -aaea Ba 9
sides, the chasaataiaf Dr. Po'aaoT is uch- thatwc
know thvt aa-wiit rat ananteaaana waa law re a g,--
For years. .. --' 1 - t - - - . j .
"A Baptist c'eTTCTmair, study to UexHeiaa 94
Tew?ies fur hia ailments, with a delicate, conauma
Ue loe, standing with one foot npon tha gratr, aa ' ,
made the dleorcry which sared himeeif, aad ealied -oat
from oth-is tbe atrontxest teatimoniaja aoasibla. '
We hue kne wn Dr. Poland for yerra, and aarar knew
conscientious, honest, upright roan, and are . .
glad to shite thit wo believe whatever tt sayaabo - 11
III White Pice Compoond." ' 1 4
TIIK WHI1K PINB COMPOUND.,' - -6KOHGK
W. SWEET, la. D, Ploprtoroi. . -
Prepared at the Vew Trgland Botanical DepoTM
Banovr Street, Bmioa, and. Um BfMwarlv e i
Bev. J. W Polard
Strong ft Armstrong, Cleveland, Ohio, aad B-.Btoa , . 1
Mvers, CacSeld, OM-, Wholesale Agents. . . .. a , .
-Jor sale by ail Dingziats In Fremont. .
March W.H6T. (hd col vl nil yl sp B ite '
C8JB PKATT aU BCTCttSIVe , . "
nri rnn irrn 11 1 nm i -
fTatraated hi of Bhanmartaaa, Henralgia, Braise
The Best anil Cheapest Horse aad Cattle
Medicine In the World!
0Mcf lretfkomt ik Cmiit Maft arstaf t5ie-
i . ados dnrtng tto lalt yn).
Tor lh cure of tbe various Disease to which
Horse and Cattle are subject; sach aa
Foander, Distemper, Hide Bound. Lou of ,
- Appetite, Inward Strains, Tellow Water. '
Flatula, Poll Evil, Bcratcbea or '
Grease, Mange, InflammBtlon of Um
Eyes, and Fatiftxe from Bar Labor;
also, . Rheumatism, (commonly called -BtliT
complaint), vvhleh prove fatal to
to many valuable Bone In this oountry
SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER
Baa tba largest sals of aoy Horse and Cattle Medicine
A this eotrotry. It Is composed of herbs and roots, and '
br mildness, safety, certainty and tboronghneaa. stand
sreaiiuntly at the head of the list of Horn smsl
Uiils ifolicina. -
It carries off all gross humors, prevents hones from
beoomtng stiff -or fonodering, parities the blood, leoeon
tbe sklo, and give ft a smooth and glossy appearance, '
slenase the water and strengthen ovary part of the
audy. It I also a safe sod certaia nssedy for eoaga
laaf onlda, which geaerat so many fatal diseases.
a la.r.a " E .-. t.
' aaeaawj'l - -" - - - J-aaJanBaary-
Ths Cow renatre to beaopplled with an almndaareot -bod
not to make her fat ibis I not desirable, bat ta ..
keep np a recnlar secrsalow of milk, and all owners ea
eows will find by giving them . ,.:
BXOASTS condition rowBBar ;
twice a week, a large tncreaae In qnantlty and emHry ' 1 '
of aillk and oream, : irtarrlaa off ail faaar anal h -"'
pnitlea of the blood- lha affect la aeea thraugaact tha
eaaoa by a ricb-and abtmdantnVwctCaiils . i.
Tha farmer Is beginning to ba aware of tha valuable;
properties ef BloaW CvnditUn lewder la are
aftatlng tha condition of kLs ahaew aad paweearthtg taaay
as me aiioasna oi au ua aomeasoawea aBuaaia.
arA Ifty cent packaire of Hlonm't CmdiHtm
JPotnier pnt Into a ban si of swill Is arUr abas-awa
bnshels of corn to fatten a hog, and at a cat tain pre. ,
ventlv. of II eg Cholera, Blind Stagger and olbsr .
common ameng hogs. , . j , , .4 ,
CAUTIOX-To protect onrtelves scd tbepoblft
from being Imposed npon by worthteaa imitasioua, tbe
gennlne will bear the foe ssstiai dgmtarwof the Pro.
prietors on the wrapper. , -
PBIOE A W CT4 PKB BOTTLE. r
Eor lal by Druggist and Marcbaata everywhere, '
. ' 'vlVsra,Ohlesfa.a.
V. a Dtawwt tm. . . . . -; .
: AT WHOLESALE BY "
D00LEY.& BR0.,: 4
WEST ATRUAX,. -
AT RETAIL BT
a BUCKLAUD &.S0JN,5 -E.
MLLOIST & 0N',;, . . ' ' ...
28yl Fkemost. '
f . r ' fjs' earttr, wdthoal dee-
'i v- 2 -i3 tor or medicinea.- ;
JL reoipi of 10 oeete ,
'..- i E.B. Foots '
usahi niwt tMfmiit,ii 11.10 Broadway K Y
'"Is4"- ftr'th. Bnptnr
1 " " J&L?? 3 Aldress"
k "i 1130 Broadway XT
fc-lBWW. . i-t v . , a
-.wiar'i " J'ji "-' t tP teased ta-
XMMM 1 130 ft-e rwa, HT '
. i c a ao vlS s4 n J
TO : LADIES. ; -;
Tf .Vi'lT RKriciRR A RELTABlS REMBDT
I to' ri-yto.e vou. aud jremova irreaularitie. oe ea.
ftructijn why nut op.tlie bit r- Thirty years' ex
perience h. proved tl-st - . v
lilt. Il l BVtVSFE.ll,ll,E PILLS
have bo suaal for Ki-moviue ObsUoclioas aud Irtrm.- -
uUriiiea, no M ATiaa ?bou what cai-sx tbkt AaAn.
Thy are Eie aad sate in cveiy cae. Frit; Out VuL-
tiir, per uvjt. . - - ( ., .
dk. it t i(Vbii';oi.if-:.N vitj.. :
-1. a reme.ie roar oes;rccastrocgr than the above
and intended lor sfsrwl rases of kg standing.
Price, t is DolU:s act Hi.
A La&itJ I'rictU OrmUr, with $rirrt, .
Mntfree, on appiUaiioit,,
If SOS cujOut it be pillsof your iiruggi.tr i.td a
the money to lrr. J. . Brjaa, 19 Broaiiway, New
York, aad they will te sent free from oawrvalio bv ,
Ittara mail. J g a c rleaa j