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NEW GOODS, -NEW
. NEW PRICES,!
CALL AND SEE THEM,
CALL AND SEE THE'M
EMMRICH & CO'S
Who are in Market with a large and
raned Stock of
linarnii Ifirinn frnilin. rialitnaa Print a.
nga, Cloaking, all ofwhich bar Ian selectidwith
I u. .....
TO bay th. best audlatest stylet of Crocker
cam to - EMM RICH CO '8.
'T'O get the worth of your money
-a. when yocoaya poiifloiTEAau at
' EMMRICH & CO'S.
F you want the best SUGAR in mar
L net and the moat for yourmoney you will find it at
EMMRICH & CO'S.
COFFEE", the best at
EMMRICH & CO'S."
FOR pure and unadulterated Grocer
ies of H kinds so to .
' EMMRICH & CO'S.
WE call special attention to our
of Cloths. Casslmers, Vesting, Gents Furnishing
Goods. - v
Thiawehsve a large aad well selected assortment
purchased with special reference to this market and
this trade. i ' . . .
Cannot be Undersold!
Our Proits must be Small but Salts
Our Stock is too complete forenum-
ration. Wetbereforeinv t all wishing to purchase
y oods Inoarline to call and examine before going
e.eewhere,ae we can positively sell you goodsif you
wih t buy.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
.. . EMMRICH & CO.
P.S. MR.A.GUSDORF IN RETIR-
log Irom the Pry Goods Trade, retains an office at
our store, and will bay, paying CASH and the high
est priea,for .
DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS,
WOOL, &C, AC.
E. & CO.
Fremont, October 13. I860. 3341 tf
IN FULL BLAST!
L o w Price
P ARE NOW OPENING A LARGE; and well a
sorted stock of
DRY GOODS !
Roots and Sliocs,
Hals aii&Cups, &c.9
All of which hare been bought at the
In Kew York;nd wa are offering the entire stock at
prices that will .
Wewool say that we hare determined to make
this a permanent institution and hare the facilities 1
every repeet an at all times, to compete favorably
with any establishment in Northern Ohio. We will
at all times keep
FIRST-CLASS GOODS, AND SELL
THEM AT A LARGE PER CENT.
LESS THAN THEY CAN BE
GIVE US A CALL
And compare our price and (roods with the price
akedyou at other places, and you will be convinced
that theway to - . . - i
Buy Goods at Head Quarters,
CASH PAID FOR
Wheat, Cora, Oats,Wool,
-ANB ALL EENPS UK
fremont O., Sspt 18. 1866 8Stf
$3T A young lady returning to her
country home, after sojsnru of a few months in the
city, was hardly rec-ignited by her friends. In place
of a coarse, rusile flushed face, she had a soft ruby
complexion of almost marble sntoothnes, and instead
r twenty-three b.-really aprwered. but eighteen.
I 'poo inaairyaatotheeiuseeiso great a change, she
yleiuly told them that she used the Circaeaian
Jialsilf and considered it an invaluable acquisition
t any Lviy's toilet. Byita use any Lady or fientle
fciao can improve their personal appearance an hun
dred fold. It is simple in its combination, as nature
herself is simple, yet nusurpsased ia its efficacy in
cravriugimpnrilies from, also heeling, eiaansuig and
fciiauiifyiog the rkih and complexion. By its direct
action on the cuticle it draws from it all its impari
ties, kindly healing the same, an i leaving the surface
as nature intended it should be, elesr, soit, smooth
aod beautiful. Piice $1.00, sent by Mail or Express,
on receipt of an order br
W I CLARK CO., Chemist.
No- 3 West Fcyette St., Syracuse, N. Y.
f The only American Agents for the sale of the same.
I (February 16, 2867. . - saTTTn IS n 1 yl.
Poland's Magic Bilious Powders
THIS PREPARATION is the discovery
of Rev. I. W. Poland, formerly Pas
tor of the Dabtist Church in tierTstown,
N. HM and a man dearly beloved by that
denomination throughout New England'
He was ablired ta leave the pulpit and
lairv niirliie to save his own life, and his Maoio
Powdses are one of the most wonderful discoveries of
modem times. It is t grii twicer rim nutim
MewUil which completeTy throws in the abide all
other discoveries in medicine; and it affords him
muck gratification' that they iwive the unanimous
approbation of all who have tested them. The Magic
Billons Powders are a positive ear for Lbrer Com
ptaint in its most asravated form, and an immedi
ate corrector of ail fiilious derangeme nts, excellent
for Headache, Constipation, Pimples, Blotches, aSal
akin. Drmnineas. Ditsiness. Beartbam. Palpita
tion and a most wonderful Cure aad Preventive of
Fever Ague. (w.ivib.ii wu,v mwu, -tbis
fearful mal aday to always keep the Powders on
hand ready for immediate use. Here are a few im
BorUut particulars: 1st. They are the Great Specific
forall Billions ABee- Hons. id. They are the only
known remedy that wiU cure Liver (Complaint- 3d.
ire the only known remedy tnat will euro Con
stipation. 4th. The Powders are so thorough in their
operation that one package will be all that the major
ity of those using them will renwtre to affect a cure.
6th They are a mild aod pleasant jet the most eifeet
aal cathartic known, eth. Toeare the cheapest
and best medicine extant, as they can be sent by mail
to aor partoi ine giooeior m pnw,
Circulars, aontainiagoartifieaves, informaUen,.,
aant to any part of the world free of charge.
BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS, orbymailouapplica
tion to C. C'LAB-K fc Wenerml A-
htm rtaven, voan
PrH tO UaMr Bo.
FIR E nr OrrTy0 "HT10 1
'.Vi,"-'f fTA'-yA 'i ("',! ''v' '
ClbtHiiig, piotHing, Clothing
J a.l-S': i k J. -i- .' r 'S j v. .lit i J - ;' .v ' ."
. (One. Door Nor tli i
WOULD ANN0lTN($E TO' THEIR;
THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM DEW YORK WITH
- . A SPLENDID..
cd Hj se rrr
MEN'S AND BOY'S, WEAR OF
Piece Goods, Cloths,
it i i . ' t ' ' o
Gents Furnishig Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Done to order, and a manner unnurpassed elsewhere.. ' , .
- -t - DRYFOOS & BROTHER.
FRUtOHT, ,Mayl8, 18G0. 20yl. -
New Dry (roods Store !
. , ' . i. . ",..! ' - --J-: .. ..
Hermon, Smith 8l Wilson,
KO. 1, VALLETTE'S BR ICR
A VINO msdelartre prepaimtiovsi! for thebitunmiH of
out oa8loaurstiiS.t we are reany o exnioii tneioiiowine; lines or uooos,; MvrrMST mawiut
price; '"'J J '
DOMESTIC, BRITISH and CQJVr.ViiVTL. Emhraciog plain and faney mohair fabrics: COKDROS
all qualities; eolered and black JLPACCAS; TARTA.V CHECKS in variety of sloth; ALEXANDRIA
and VICTORIA CORDS; COLORED PRINCESS. CiOI'fA, mobair 8gures; EMPRESS CLOTHS-
quaiaties;ail shades or fKETCYana F.SSOL1SH iirtivos; oUIjIU BLOCK CHECKS in differ
nt Ubric, and aa endless variety of 1)R ESS GOODS t bat we will not undertake to enumerate.
SHAWLS & C
We makea speciality embracing all the novelties of
WHITE t GOODS,
full stS'irtmentviorHneting in part Of Jarahets, Ctrobrics, fN'ainsooks, Hair Cords, BriUiantes. Ifnlis,
Swisses, Bishop lwns, Victoria Lawns, Ac.
Onr Stock is Extessiv and Complete.-
nuhe tbie a lenicc brunch of our Trade, lwrit
York oopt, large liooa of Dew Prints, SheetiDga, Den f ma,
Consisting of Woolen. Merino and Cotton Ilnsirry, all makes and sires, for Gentlemen, LaJies, Misses and
Children's wear. KidOIores the two boat und most popularniakes, Alaxawler's aod Danton'f the best in
world, also fleecy lined Kids, fieesy lined Heriuo and Wool Gloves in large supply.
Consisting in part of Shirting Flannels, Opens Miner
Salisbury Flaroels, Ladies C'lu'.ba,., fcc.
. i ;
200 Paris; bouglit since the great decline, from the
Aluofuininesnf the foliowinr roods bought at the
Bters, Lmhraiderut, Ltctt, talmimU, Hum Skirt:
BuUtiu. Zephyr (iuttdi, Craih. Small M arts. 4-c Our
caft we would baveyouremembr, as we had not a dollars worth of Old Goods on hand.- Thus not only
givingour customers the benefit of the lowest prices; but colling them Kew and Fresh ttoods. We have
also a fine assortment of Carpets. HKRWON, K.TI1TH eV WILSON. .
fremont, Ohio, October 6, 168. JOyl.
WM. A. RICE'S STORE
" SPLENDID CLOAKS,
W;M. A. MCE'S STORE
FOR YOUR SEEETim,
Go to"Wm. A. Ilice's Store lor your r
CL OTH 1 N G ;
And everjtiiiig else at
GROCERLES I The freshest
Fteroont, Dec. 14,1866.?.
of National Baak,)
NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT
jkl h J53r
EVERY STYLE 4 QUALITY.
Cassimers, Hats & Caps.
- BLOCK, FREMOIVT, OHIX).
the pre nt Season, w tike pleasure in infonnln
: :-. .
the season. -
apUlnz them at theBtnallest iw'ib.a adratiM na N
stripfi,, checks, cotton Flannel, Ticklegs. fcc.lcc.
HOSIERY ' GLOVES,
Flann-le Bob Boys, Plain and Twilled Flannels
nccnt panic sales in New York: Sillu. Untki. Cui
Lim Ooodt. Uravtrii: ftlrtlM. Ribitnt. 'Vtara,,. m
entire stock of Fall and Winter Uoiuli i. KEW. a
to .: ' '
FLANNELS, v T A
astouUliiug low price.
and cheapest in town, at
WM. A. RICE'S STORE.
Auburn, Golden, Flaxen and Silken
PRODUCE ) by the as- of Proffssor Debrvx Fri
cr Le Chereax. On appllciiion warranted to
oarl tbe tnoat straight and stubboro balr of cither
z into wavy ringletH, or hvy mMiT carls. Hrb
Iwen nmH by the faithiooablca of Paris and London,
with tbe most gratify ina; results. Does no ii-jjirj to
hair. Price fey mail, eealnd postpaid. K
Deaoriptfre circulars mailed free. Addret-n BERGER,
81JUTTS Co.,ChemitsNo.2SS River Street, Troy,
Y., Sole Amenta for the United Stares. . - .
March 1,1807. (.MiLir vlb nit yl.
BY MAIL, PllE-PAID
Flower & Garden Seeds,!
Wasw CfvaTk7VvAB anT dTanlaa Sbes
VI W ww aw asaa at ww vwa e SVH sa fuvav AVs 2
B M.WATSON'S Old Colony Wnrrfrt rod geefti
9 E--tabluhment, Plymoath, Mas., is now send-1
log oat by mail prepaid, paoked with great care in
gutta porcha Bilk, so aa to reach any part of the1
Union in perfect safety, a completi assortment of the
finest Grape, Strawberries, Kew , large Corraattsi
Oooeeberriea, Blackberries, Bocea, FlewerimxPTanta,;
Bulbs, LiUiea. fec,&c. Fruit and Ornamental Trees
and Shrubs, fiergraens, Hedge Plants, te will be
sent by freight paid to Boston. Aleo, the true Cap'
CodCnaberrr, lot; cuiti ration In wet land, r in np
lana and gardens, where it produces- ttt the Tate of
400 bushels to the. acre; with directions for eoiti ra
tion. Priced Descriptive Catalogues will be sent to
any addreee. xYvia i tk bttt time far planting. The
best way to obtain good k'ruiU ami J? letor, mmd
Seed, la to wnd direct to the Grower. Send for
Catalogue. Wholenaie Catalogues to the tiarie. A
genU wanted. . . Iim2
- rKESCBIBED G0LT)1T 8ZA.IT.
Recommended for tbetreatmentof Dyspepsia. Iadl-
geetion, General Debility, and Fever and Ague.and
warranted to cur. Id Tented by Dr. ti. C. Skuu ju It
ism vegetable compound of thirteen distinct artic-j
lea, and is approved and prescribe! by the medical
sreiession. A ' physician who has made ure of it -in
bis practice says It is harmless, while it is potent;
nor does it, a is the case with many medicines,leare
shattered constitution in bi truck." Sold by all;
ORRINSKLNKER CO.. SoleProfrletorit,
10yl. . , .. Springfield, Mass.
Bej ill Hnvanna Lottrry or Cuba. .. .
Drawd once in seventeen days. Prizes casbed and-t
laformation given. - Highest rates paid teruoublooaw
sat ail kinds of gold and sliver, liwi Vfuaa, 6i
Xaia 8t FroTidenoS B 1. . . . .:
'Latest fashions demand
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
(OR DOUBLE 8FBINS)
THE WONDERFUL FLEXIBILITY AND GREAT
comfort and pleasure to anv lady wearing the
Uiiplez Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly
in ail crowded assemblies, operas, carriages, railroad
ears, church pswa, arm chain, for promenade and
house tires', aa the skirt can be folded when in use
to occupy a small place as easily and conveniently aa
a silk or muslin dress, an invaluable quality in ertn
oltne, not tound in any Single Spring Skirt.
' A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, eomfortaaJ
great convenience of wearing the Duplex Ellipti
Steel Spring Skirt for a single day will never after
wards willingly dispense with their nee. For chil
dren, misses and young ladies they are superior te
all others. .
They will not bend or break like the single spring,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape
when three or four ordinary skirts will have been
thrown aside as ussless. The Hoops are covered
with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods
ero not only double springs, but twice (or double)
covered, preventing them from wearing oat when
dragging down stoops, stairs, ec
. The Duplex ElHpUeia a great favorite with all la
dies and is universally recommended by the Fashion
Magazines aa the SrAfuDARD SKIRT OF THE
FASHIONABLE "WORLD. .-.-.-
To enjow ties following estlmcble advantages in
Crinoline, vix: superior quality, perfect manufacture
stylish shape and finish, flexibility, durability, cont
..fort and economy, enquire for J. W. Bkadlbt's
Duplex Elliptic, or Double spring Skirt, aad be sure
you get the genuine article.
CAUTION. To guard against IMPOSITION be par
ticular to NOT10S that Skirts e Iff red as Dnplex "
have the red ink stamp, vii: J. W . Bradley's Du
plex Elliptic Steel Springs", upon the waistband
none others are genuine. Also notice that every
Hoop will adorti a pin being passed through tbe cen
ter, than revealing the two i or double) springs braid
ed together therein, "which la the secret of their
ttexUiiiity and strength, and a eembination not found
n anyolherekirt.- . l-
. FOB SALE in all atoms where FIR-iT. CLASS
skirts are eo!d, throughout the Uniled States and
elsewhere.- iUnufectured by the Sole Owners of th
Patent, ' - - WBSTS, -BRADLEY ft CARY,
4alS . 7 Chambers and 19 fc 81 ReadeSts,N Y -
1JLANKS bf all kinds for saleand printed to order
4J iw ttlklW A r J O I B3 AL OFFICE,
The Fremont Journal.
THE OLD FARM HOUSE.
! ananase ' - -
At ti foot of the hill near tho old red mill.
In ;a quiet, aeedi spot,. . . . . .
Jnat peeping through, half hid from Tiew,
BUndaalitlia coons grown coi; -Aod
atrajirjg through at thedpen door,
The iymbeam on the sanded floor. -
v .... : .-.
The eaiy chair, all patched with care,
la nlaeed br the old hearth-stone;
With witching grace in tbe old fire-place,
J be evergrcans are strewn,
And pictures hang on the whitened wall, 1
And the clook ticks in the cottage hall. '
Here hTely etill,-otf"11l window -si llT"
. nm. J 1 4
a m ucw-vrni uvvna . j . .. ?c j r ,
While midst the leaves on Hie room-grown
- eares, .
The mat tin builds iter nest. . .. ?.m1'4
And all day long the summer brjte r
Is whispering lore to the bending trees. '
Oyer the door all cArered o'er ' 1 ' l!
With a sack of dark green baize, " ''
Like a musket old, whose worth is told '
la the events of other days;
And the powder flask, and the hunter's horn
Hare huog beside it for many a morn. :
For years hare fled with a noiseless tread,
Like fairy dreams away, - . . - - -
And left in their flight, all shorn of his might,
A father old and gray; .... ; ....
And the soft wind plays with his snow-white
'hair, . . .
As the old man sleeps in his easy chair! .
In at the door, on the sanded floor,
Light, fairy loot-steps glide, -.'' ' :i
Aad a maiden fair, with flaxen hair,' - ' -Kneels
by the old man's side
An eld oak wrecked by the anirry storm,
While the ivy clings to its trembling form.
Agricultural and Practical.
Hints for the Month.
Thsocgbout the Northern States aowin?
of spring grains is chiefly done in the month
of April. This is the most important work
of the month.'. Every effort should be made
by the farmer to sow his grain early, and
hare the land in good condition and do the
work well. All spring grains' need a well
pulverized seed-bed; their growth is neces
sarily rapid, and the soil should be fine and
well worked in order to furnish its elements
to the plants freely. Every practical far
mer knows that it won't answer to work land
when it is very wet; yet sometimes one wiiit
too long for it to become dry. The oat crop
may be sown on land worked iu a moistor
condition than would answer for any other
spring grain. Barley should be dry and
warm. All spring grains should be rolled
immediately after sowing. This operation
compacts the soil around the seed, find
smooths the surface for the reaper in harvest
time. . . . u:,
Stock. In all localities where foddering
must be continued through April, it is one
of the tnofct perilous months of the year for
stock. It is poor economy to stint in feed or
care. On the other hand, both whoold be in
creased. The cows have calves and sheep
lambs by their side, and they need rich and
abundant food and good shelter from storm :
The horsee are hard at work and they need
judicious feeding and thorough grooming.
There is no better feed for teams than fine
cut hay, wot and sprinkled with ground corn
and oats. A feed of carrots occasionally is
highly relished by horses,-and is beneficial
to their health. . ,
Meadows.' Should be cleaned up early
the stone picked off and roller applied. Stock
should not be allowed eu meadows or pas
tures when the ground is filled- with, water.
Their treading injures lhehiari, and their
roaming does them no good.
77i HW TUe. This should be ; finished
and a year's supply cut and piled 'under
cover to season. At any rate don't quit this
work nntil you have enough fuel prepared
to last until the leisure days of early winter.
lack enterprise, and are over-cautious. Fi r
haps this may be the reason that so few are
bankrupts, as compared to the dwellers in
citiev .It would really seem to be true,
however, that some men are born rich., while
a third happy class have riches thrust upon
them. Such is the story told of a farmer,
one Mr. Sayre, of Lexington, Kentucky, who
rosde a great hit, in spite of himwl .It: is
Mr. Say re lisps a little. ' Some years since
an overseer of one of his farms told him. he
needed somehogs on his place. Said Mr.
r" Very well, go and buy Jour or five tbouth
and pigs right away, and put them on the
tome". ... . , , .
The man, accustomed to obey,-; and that
without questioning; asked, ; '. ' j
"Shall I take the money with me to pur
"No thirl Tftey all know me. Thend
them hero I'll pay them, or give you the
money to pay them when you get them .
The overseer went his way, and in to weeks
returned when the following conversation
took p?ace: .-. e v -
' "Well, Mr. Sayre, I can't get that rusuy
pigs. : I have ridden all over the country,
all about, and can buy, but hptween .eight
and nine hundred.", i'i't! K' ' "' !
"Eight or nine hundred what?"
-"Eight or nine hundred pig!"
''Eight or nine hundred pigth? Who told
you to buy that many i pigth? "Are yow a
fool?" ; '
"You told me to buy them two weeks
since. I have tried to do it V - -
"Eight or nine hundred pigth! : My God I
I never told you any thutch thing!"
"But you did you told me to go and buy
four or five thousand pigs!" ' . ,-. : '
"I didn't do no thutch thing! My God!
I told you to go and buy Jour or Jim tliov
and thtir little pigth, and y on have done it I
Mr. Sayre had pork to sell next fall . Pork
rose and Sayre made his pihu Unfortunately,
it is not every inao who boys "pork on a
rise." To know how and when to do this,
a man must "take the papers," study tbe
malice ts, and be generally posted. Specula
tion is a hazardous game, yet most of our
farmers owe a great deal to it. If a sound
basis were had by information, the first and
best step towards luck has ;RSiirerily been
' 1 1 '' ' ; 1
he preparation of ground for' the garden
ought to be well under way and the fol
lowing hints may be of value in selecting
varieties for towing and planting.
.. JJealis. Eirly Uhina, Thousands to Oueij
and Early Marrow, are the best dwarfs. The
true marrow is the best shelled bean, either
green or dry.
Lima and Horticultural are tba beet, pole
bean. : Wax, or Indian Chief, with fleshy,
yellow pods i fine for snaps, or for pickles,
but is rather late. ......,....,.
BtelS. Early Bassano is still the earliest,
and is very fine. Blood Turnip and Long
Blood are fine,' I shall try this season the
rough skinny,. Henderson's Pine - Apple,
Carter's Lo Osyth, and Yellow Globe.
Cabbages. Early. Ybrk' jia still the ear
liest, but it is not good enough. Drumhead,
Flat Dutch, Stone Mason,' Marblehead Mam
moth, Cannon Ball, and WiuingKtadt, are all
good. Early Sevenforth is praised for ear
ly maturity, size and fine quality.
Cauliflower. Early Pansand Early Efurt,
Carrot. Early Horn, small but fine. Or
ange and Altingham. - '. ' ".
Vucnmbtr. Early Frame, and Early
White Spine for the table, and Long Green
for pickling. ' My favorite is the Early
Russian, vine short, but bears very well;
fruit small, thin skinned, crisp and delicate.
Bayard Taylor says tliey are more fruit than
vegetable. - - .-..
. gg FlanL Improved Long Purple.
Lettuce. Early Silesia and F rant fort
Head, are fine. Large India is early, large,
very well flavored and exceedingly tender.
Ortion. I raise nothing but Multiplier or
true potato onions. . It is early, good, and
well fitted to out soil. Should be planted
- Peas. -Dan O'Bou'rke is good and early.
For lato, I. prefer Missiouri Marrowfat,- or
blackeyed Mnarowfat, to any of the fancy
kinds. They are much surer crop and far
mom productive. ' --
- 'Pepper. Sweet Mountain largest and
best for pickles. . . -
Parsku. Double Curkd; " '
RadisM Early Scarlet Short Top," and"
Whiteand red Turnip, are the best, and ear
liest. Wood's Early Frame is not very un
like the Scarlet. The long-podded, or Mad
ras radish, which is now much praised, I
have tried and foimd worthless. 1
; fBquaeh. Early Bush Scolloped, aud Ear
ly Bush Crookneck, are tbe best for suinmor.
Turpan is fine for fall and early winter.
Hubt ard and Boston Mai row a: moit highly
flavored and keep.het. ' -Boston Marrow is
Jar more productive.
,acia----Hollow Crowned is tine, better
than long smooth. One of the new varieties.
Student, which I cultivated last year, is
very fine. . The early round French I shall
try this year. ' r
Tomato. I guess the old smooth Early
Red is the best, after all. I have tried Les
ter's Perfected, which- is not early as je
prestJited.' Ferjee Island, "very like "the
Lester, Cook's Favorite, Early York, and
Tilden. This year I shall experiment with
a Philadelphia variety, Manpoy'S Superior,
and Keye's Early Prolific from,. Boston.
This last is said -to be thirty days arlier
than any other kind. We shall tee. ' '
The Garden. Short Dresses.
Ahoattha new short dress, there ii:no ques
tion but it is the most admirable, ensible.and
useful fashion which has been invented in
modern times, and we hope sincerely that the
ladies everywhere will sustain it and make it
permanent. A convenient dress lor me street
lejust what is needed. The "bloomer", was
an effort in that direction, but is made cari-
caturesof womeo.and besides, did not origin
ate in the Drooer Quarter to obtain recognition.
The short gored dress has all the advantages
the bloomer, and more, without any of its
disadvantages; it is pretty, nfat, convenient,
modest, and inexpensive. It provides a cos
tume in which ladies can walk, ride,or travel
all the year round, with.aa much ease as
gentleman can in , their comfortable doth
suits. . Bat it must made well and tastefully,
material suited to style, and of a quality
that will stand wear and exposure without
Injury. . The prettiest short dresses we have
seen are cut out in squares over the plaiting
the pet'icoat, or over a wide flat plaiting
that simulates a petticoat. The edge is al
ways bound with colored braid.: Another
style has a plain edge over plaiting, -with
Vandykes or scollops simulated by narrow
lines of jet chenile cord or silk braid buttons,
match the trimming,occupying the spaces.
Some short dresses are made with a double
vandyked edge, the upper points finished
with tassels. . This will do for little girls.but
is altogether too fanciful for adults, and es
pecially for a street dress, which should be
plain and unobtrusive. In arranging a skirt
this kind care must be taken to have the
points from which the tassela are suspended,
placed between the lower ones. A stiff lining
between tbe material and the facing is nec
eessary to keep the points smooth and in
place. Bands of silver or braid of graduated
widths are sometimes put upon the petticoat
instead of the plaiting, and have the advan
tage of being the newer; they also look well
but we prefer the plaiting, as far as appear
ance is concerned. ' " ' ':
Only telf colors, very narrow stripes, or
small figures, should be used in the compo
of a short dress; large designs of any
whether plaid, stripe.or jet figure.being
manifestly out of place. The costume should
be generally madeiu suits, or as nearly
as possible. - '
The short saque, cut out or trimmed to
match the skirt, will be the garment gener
ally . worn with short dresses during the
Spring season, and will be very appropriate
milder skies and a less rigorous state of
Over such a toilette a waterproof cloak may
thrown as occasion demands incompletely
shielding it from possible injury.,
Never wear a wide cloak or a shawl with a
short dress; in either ,one looks always out of
harmony with the closecompact character of
general design, anS" it entirely spoils its
effect. . . i
It is much better to have one neatcomplete
suit, than adozeu incongrousarticlesof dress.
Says a California correspondent ol the Sew
York Times: "You bet" is the moat popular
fashionable vulgar ejaculation here I
have ever heard. Everybody uses it, and
travelers have reported it.; Only a few
nights ego, at a party, I asked a lady who
been brilliantly entertaining those pres
ent with some exquisite select iors from
Verdi, if she had any music from "Martha,"
she replied, "Yon bet!" And she did
have; and she sung and played it well, too
Obapk Times. If not al eady done, trim
vines at ores. Transplanting should be ,
done as early as practicable, and no time
ahould now be lost in getting them. Vines
be readily procured by mail, the postage
being ouly at the rate of eight cents per
pound on plants and seeds.
"lam monarch of all 1 survey.
My right there is none to dispute;
. From the center all round to the sea,
: - I am lord of "
Every disease named iu the adveitisemeut of
J. W;' Poland's White Pine Compound.
If you are : troubled -with i indigestion,
rising of Food, Sour Belcliings, Acidity of
Stomach, or any other form of Dyspep
avoid all stimulating drinks which re
only temporary, and take Coe's Dys
pepsia Cure, which will surely afford perma
neut relief. '". .
Thi Changeable Weather is very trying to
health, particularly for such as are troubled
with, any pulmonary weakness. Even a
little hoarseness may so irritate the lungs as
produce the most direful consequences.
Coe'a Cough Balsam cures hoarseness every
time. : . - i
Greenbacks and Robacks are indispensable
the publie welfare, for one sustains the
pecuniary health ef the nation; -while the
other preserves the physical health of the in
dividuals composing the nation.
TfAy 3fbf. We can see ho reason why D.
DeLand 4 Oo.'s Bttt Chemical Saleratus
should not be used in all cases, as it has no
superior, and weighs more than other Salera
tus. SArr. It is safe to say that no better Sal
eratus can be made than D. B. De Land it
Cu'a Best Chemical. ' Besides it is full
weight, and that is more than can be raid of
other Salcratus. . .
OS. GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
OF T OlD STASDAUD (jCllITY.
. Our Descriptive
Name and Desig
Taans Mi re:.
The well known OBiuutu and rorcua Numbers,
J 303-404 1-70 351, '! " ; ;' '
Hating been assumed by other Hakirs, we desire to
cantion the publie in respect to said imitations.
ASK FOR GILLOTT'S
CAUTION 1 An injunction wai granted by the Su
preme Court (New Yorkl at General Term, January,
186?, against the use by others ef the Number 303,
' " i . ; JOS. GILLOTT k SON,
No. 91 John Street, New York.
Hurt Owns, Sole Agent.
CTARPES T E R S LINCOLN,
7 24 br W inches, sold onlr bv aents at f 4 76.
give, expense paid, for two years, tW) to "HoctS
Hoax," a popular, and the best Emily Montkl)
C. SCrUBNEK 00.
6o4 Broadway, New York.
' Nbw IiipROvaiNTS rOR 1867. Sites 1 to 36
qusrts. Send for Ilastraten Circular.
V -. - B. 8. J.TOBRF.T,
U Maiden Lane, New York.
TTELU rATEXT self-feeding circular hand saw
YY for sawing or ripping lumber. With the aid
this machine one man dees the work of lire with
ease, great accuracy, and much less waste. Fire cir
cular enclose stamp to T. J. Wills, 81 Beekman 8t,
New York. .- , - -,
RTICIAL ; LEGS AND ARMS.
. ;;! SELPHO'S PATFNT. .
The best the World affirds. Establishes 28 years.
Send for Circular. - WM.8KLPHO k SON,
' . No. ilo Broadway, New York,
: Opposite St. Nicholss Hotel.
Has bean in use 10 years, and has a larger sale than
other kin's of Composition Bnollng combined.
ELASTIC MINERAL CEMEXf, '
For repsiiirg leaky shingle and other roofs.
Preservati ve patnts, rooting, cement, fte. Exclusive
right to sell and apply these materials will be given
responsible and energetic parties. Send for de
scriptive circular, prices, Ac, to 1
H. W. JtlHNS, 78 William St., N. Y.
The Metropolitan Collar,
T. STEWART & Co
Broadway, Chambers h Reade Streets, N. Y.
North American Steamship Co.
- ' OPPOSITION LIKE TO
a LiFoiii?u, yiA , " JficA r ag u a
KVEHlf 20 DAYS, WITH
Pdsnngers, Freight, iind U. S. Mails.'
thb roitowisa fihst -class stbaitships:
On Atlantic Ocean-, i
SAKTiA30 Dr. Ct-BA, ,
iS'll ABAOUA, " '
: Gon'tg on Pacific Ocean.
AmkbicA.., . !;
Jfmmmt n4 Frelgbl at R.dnced Katps.
SAILING DAYS FROM NKW YORK..
'January 10 and 30, J87. 1 April 20 186T.
February iO "
March 10 and 30, .
May 10 and 30 ...
i juae sju.
And every tweutv lay thereafter, leaving on the
(Saturday previous when a Regular Sailing Day cornea
Sunday For fnrthsr information apply to tho
XORTH AMERICA STEAMSHIP CO.
' " WSt. If. WEBB President,
M Exchange Place, N. Y.
Is. N. CARRlNdTOK, Agenf,
177 West cor. Warren, N. Y. .
bl'BE 1'ILE CIRE.
Dr Gilbert's Pile Instrument! for the
radicilcureof piles, prolapsus. Ac, with
out as operation or meuicine, relier.
the worst esse in 6 minutes, and has nev
er failed tou"cta permanent cure. Send
forcJrcular. Sold by druggists gsnerslly.
Agents wanted' everywhere. Sent by
mail on receipt of ft. J B. Romaiak,
Msuajer, 475 Brotdwuy, Kew York,
New Advertisements. New Advertisements.
.Rifles,' and oth-r splendid gifts' (not brass)
run to all, No Blank), m bumbag. A gift for
tutuodt. S-jcd two stamps to "BANNER,"
Hinsdale, N. H. i '
. & .
llT ANTED AGEMTS Iffi TO
v V giOO er month, everywhere, male and female
introduce throughout tho' United States, the
Hsxriis Inraorso Con no Saves FantLT 8iwio
hUcm.VB. This machine will atiteb, hem, fell, tuck.
quilt, bind, braid and emoroioer. rue price is only
$18 00 Full warranted Sot fire years. We will psy
$1,090 for any machine that will sew a stronger.
more beautiful, or more elastie seam than ours. It
makes the "Elsstie Lock Stitch." Every second
stitch -can be eut. and still ths eloth cannot bs nail
apart without tearing it. We pay agents from
to $200 per month aad expenses, or a commission
irom wnicn iwlce max amount can oe maae. ' -Address,
SECOMB. CO, Cleveland,.Ohlo,
CAUTION. Do not bs imposed upon by other par
ties palming of worthless cast-Iron machines, under
same nsme or otherwise. Ours is the only gen
uine and really practical cheap machine manufac
tured. I . ; : ':--,r' V
FR0M,31, OR 18 TO $30
per day. can easily be made the rear
round wuaout risk, in a new business, light pleas
ant and honorable, and no competition. Good ener
getic agents (Ladies and Gentlemen) are wanted to
represent us in every City and County, a rare chance
make money aud permanent employment ia of
fered to every person having a few hours daily to
spare. ; for further particulars please call on, or ad
dress; ' .. - ; .
G. W JACKSON & CO., 11 South St., Baltimore
Ma.., j . . .
1 HA FOR A BRICK MACHINE,
1 yfyf simple $160 with tempering box and
moulds. Warranted to make 16,000 bricks per day,
a superior quality. Address FRY it SHKCKLKR,
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED
Th Tru rftmcdy at but drwAYrd. Cpham's
Fish Mecvt Care. Prepared from th formula of
TrouMfn of Paris, cares Ooaaamptioa, Lung
DiaeuwY -Broncbitio. Djappaim. Matsnia Gen
ral OeWHty, aod all morbid condition! of tbe ja
tem depend on ducrf ocy of rital torce. It Is pleas
ant to taato, aod virtue aa the great healing rem
edy of the age. f 1 a bottle, or 0 bottleeor $5. Sent
xpreM. Sold by 8- C. UPHA.M, No . '2b South
EighthStreet, Philadelphia, and principalDrqgkiuta,
Circular aent free.
Neither wealth, refinement, station, oreonditioa
exempt. The Philotoken . or Females' Friend, ex
pressly for the benefit of females suffering from hys
teria, nausea, nervoua irritability, diatreasingapprc-
nenaioiw, ana an loose irouotesome compiainta that
invite premature af old age, and reader life misera
ble. Dei crip Ure pamphlet rent on reeei pt of postage
stamp.; ; HARRAL, RI3LET Co
- .ml wnaiiioeroireec, kow York
RINllr:S BI CHt' is the curb for pain and
weakness in the back and loins; aod all those
compiaimareeuiiiugirom aerangemeni .oi toe kla
neys and urinary organs. Sold in large bottles by
dnigijista. . HARRAIa, RI3LEX-, k Co
Wholeaale muggiata, IU Chamber St., N. Y.
WANTED SALESMEN, to sell
an artiole desirable at erarr rood house. Meet
clearing from $160 to $200 per mouth. For for
pariicaiars aaaKsa u. i . attidon, tranoo, .
NO SOAP I MO WATER t ! ! VI.OV f
Brown's Glass Cleaning Polish, pstented Octo
iv, 1 too, tor cleaning ana polishing windows,
mirrors, gold, silver-plated ware, brass, oopper, tin.
a. nr. luTeuuun ut hib greaies practical
worth, convenience aud eoonomy.. Indispensable to
private house keepers, hotel keepers, store keep
ers, ero. Large discount to the trade. For full
particulars aaaress v. at. rJKUWN,
. . . i ' 74 Bleckerstreet,N Y '
LADIES, discard injurions paddings,
Madame Jmnel's Nninarlal Balm antl
i'Mteul. Bretut KtevRlor develops ths form
physio oiicallv. Denot, 363 Canal Street. N. Y.
Send stamp for Treatise.. Sold by Druggists.
WHAT will it Jot is the first inquiry
the siek make eBcerninr a medicine. Son-
pose Tarba.vt's Ssi.rxER arxRioT is the subjectof
interrogatory, wnac tuenr tsimpiy tnis reply.
rvousni-ss,eostiveneBS, debility, biiiousnass, aud
lgestion. , Sold by Druggists everywhere.
TO CONSUMPTIVES, You will
get the receipe for a sure cure for Coughs,
Colds, Conautoptieo, and all lung complaints, by
to D. Adkb, No. 381 Pearl Street, Yew York.
eene it tree. Write for itwlt havarrj thowe-anda.-
WANTED-AaENTS-1 0, 000 agent,
male and female; $290 a month nde by ac
tive and energetic agents, selling six new and useful
inventions, atl household articles easily carried. Ad
drew CuBaT It E uk a ax, Olerelaml, O.
ffHE CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
I COMPAaW having oompleted, Equipped arid
in operation neatly une Uandred miles of their
Road, from Sacramento, California, to within 12
HUM Ol tiro uBiDiii vi nm cuvm avrttam diunn1
tatna, continue to offer for sale, through na, their
. FIRST MORTGAGE. BONDS,.
iscued in conformity with the Acta of Congress and
laws of the State of California, upon the divis
ion of their Road located in the State of California,
extending one hand re and ruty six mi lee iroai
Sacramento City to tbe California State line.
The Bonds have Thirty Years to run from July 1,
I860, aud are reeured by a First Mortgageeenstltut
iug an absolute prior lien on the portion of Road
aoove UmVmt'U, WllU ai IU" riglM., lIa.aqiaWa, lAip'
menta. fee. Dartaioinz thereto.
Tlie amount of theMe Firat Mortgage Bond to be
iaaued per mile is limited by law to the amount of
United States Bonds allowed bad issued to aid the
construction of the Road, aad the" mortgage by
which they are ttfcured ia declared by act of Congress
constitute a l!ea prior and superior to that of the
United SUtee government.
Intel est at the rate cf Six ptr cent- per Annum,
payable Semi -Annually, on the trtrat days 01 Janu
ary aad July. Principal and Interest payable In
, ; UNITED STATES GOLD COIN, -
the city of New York.
The nrice of the Bonds is fixed for the' present at
percent , and accrued interest from January 1st
currency, lue cnijjauj rvntirvtug lav riga iu u
vocos the price whenever it is their interest to do so.
The Road farms the Western uart of tho main
trunk of the Great National Pacific Railroad, auth
orized, adopted and aided by th United State$ Gov-
eruHUKt, It runs throngh the heart 01 tna neaeai
most populous ttection of 1he State of Csiiforn-
EXTENSIVE NIMXQ REOIO.XS OF NEVA
DA, UTAH AND IDAHO
with Saeremeato and the Pacific Coast, from whence
their supplies most be drawn; and the Earnings of
portion airealy running are very neavy, ana
largely in excess of the interest upon the Company's
Bonds. . . : ' .-- .
Having been for sone tims familiar with the oper
ati3ns of the Central Pacific Rxilroad Company, we
satisfledthat they are oonuueted with rare abil
ity and prudence, and tbat the energotie and . econo
mics 1 manageicent of th i Company's affairs entitles
them to the co&Hdenee of Ccpttaliets and of the pub
lic. We bare carefully investigated the progress, re
sonrees, and prospects of- th. Kosd, and have, the
fullest confidence in its success, aud in tbe valne
subilityofthe company's securities. The at
tention of Trustees of .states, Iastitntionfl, aod in
dividuals desiring a long, safe and remunerative in
vestment, is especially invited to these -First Mort
Orders may he forwarded to us direct, or through
principal Banks aod Bankers in all parts ol the
Ktmittanen may be made in drafts on Kew York,
in Lesal Testier Notes. Natioaal Bank Note, or
.other fund current in this city, and the Bonds will
forwards To any adlrvsa by Kxpres, ires oi
charge. : Inquiries for farther pact iou lent, by mail
otherwise, w!ll receive punctual at'en'ion.
FIK & HATCH, Bankers and Dealers iu Gorern
mend Securities, No.3, Nsssau Street, N. Y.
K. B. All kinds of Government Securities receiv
ed at the full market p-iee in vxebange for the
above Bonds. Alito, i - , -. -
fjy.All descriptions of Crirverhment Ssonrlta kept
conntantly on hand, snd B?nght, sold, or Exohaoged.
IJTGold Coin an I C. 8. Coupons, bought, sohl,
collected. . ' :'
rDtponits received oa liberal terms, subject to
check at sight.
fjrCollecHoosmade throughout the country.'
ty Miscllaneons Stock and Bouca. bought aod
at the Stock Exchange on commission for cash.
CT'Sfeasal Atteation given to the Kirhacg" of
Seven-Tbir y No'esofa'l the Series for the New
Bonds of 1865, on the m -st favorable
terms. 13.m. 8. M. P.
The, WORLD ASTONISHED
At tBK -WO.NDEBU'L BIVKLATIONS
MADE BT THE GREA T AUTR0LOGIST
Madame II- A Perrigo.'
Shereveils secrets no mortal ever knew. She re
store: 4o happiness those who, from, doleful events,
catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relatlous and
frienf1, loss of money, &c, have beoorae despondent.
orings together those long separated, gives in
formation concerning absent friends or lovers, re
stores lost or stolen property, tells you the basiness
are best 'lualitied to pureueaod ia what you will
most successful, causespedy marriages and tells
the very day you will marry, gives you the name,
likeness and characteristics of the person; She reads
very thoughts, and by her almost supernatural
powers unveUs toe dark and hidden mysteries of the
future. From the stars wa see in the firmament
malefic stars that overc ime or predominate in the
configuration from the aspee's and positions of th.
plsnets and the fixed stars in the heavens at the time
birth, she deduces the futare destiny of man. Fail
to consult th gseatest Aatrologisi on earth, - It
posts you but a trill .', and you may never again have
favorable an opportunity. Consultation fee, with
likeness and all dsaired iuforinatioa. f 1 00.- Parties
living at a dUtir.ce can c nsult the liadame by mail
rqnal safety and satisfaction to themselves', as
in person. A fall and explicit chart, written out,
all inquiries answered and likeness enclosed,
by mail on receipt of price above mentioned.
strictestsecresy will be maintained, and a'l cor
respondence returned or destroyed." References of
highest order furnished those desiring them.
Write plainly the day of the mouth and year in which
were horn, enclosing a small lock of hair. -
Address, Madams H. A. PfiRRlGO, '
P. O. Drawer 2'J3, Buffalo, .V. Y.
i'ehruary 16,187: ' !- snrrrs vl6 n7 yl.
OKI SPER' CQMa!
Oh I she was beautiful and fair,'
- With starry eye aod radiant hair.
WhoeeeurHng Uotdrtleaoft. entwined, -'
Knchained the very h?rt and mind. , fc
CRISPEM. COMA, -
Curling' the Hair of either Sex into"
:,. AVavT nnr Glossy Ringlet, or';'"''
. ,;. ; Heavy Massivd Curls.' ""
By uing this article Ladies and Gsntlcmen can
beautify themselves a thiusand fold. It is the only
article in the world that will curl straight hair, and
the sme time give it a beiutiful, g ossy appear
ance. J oe UrlspeT uoroa noconiy curis ine nair, oui
Invigorates, beautifii s and cleanses it; is highly and
delightfully perfume,-.!, snd is tha mq.t coroplite ar
ticle cf trie kind ever dffered to the Arai-ricaa public.
CrirperCcma will be sent to any sdtirees, so-tied
postpaid for S1.00. .,
AUdressall orders to - - ,.
" W . L. CLARK CO.. Cher-'"-,'
, No. 3 West Farelte Stre.t, SvKit a -. . Y.
feljruarlS, 1867. (Skcii vj , y71.
New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Patent Medicines.
. iV E G E T A B L E
Sicillian Hair Renewer
' ..J ' 1 RENEWS THB HAIB. ''
, Hail's Vidbtasli SioiLLiAir Haia Rnavowa
RMioiws Gray Hair to tbe original solor.
Hall's TaaiTAan Bioillia Hara Rurrwxx .
Prevents the hair from falling off.
' Hall's Yiostasls Sioii.liam Hais Rssiwsa
-'- i ;T.OUkss the hair soft and glossy .
' Hall's Yboitaslb Sioilliax Haw RaAawga
' . . - Does not stain the skin.
Hall's Viostabls Sictilmax Hais Rjstewer
, Haa proved itself th. best preparation for the
hair ever presented to the public
For sale by all druggists. Price $1.00.
, R. P. HALL A CO., Nashua, N. Proprietors.
February 23, 1887. 7m3.
THE EXPERIENCE OF THB PAST TEN YEARS
has demonstrated th. faet that reliance may be
akwed in th.effioaey of
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILJLS
for th. speedy and permanent cure of aemioal weak
ness, emissions, physical and nervous debility, im
potenoe, or want of power, th. result of sexnalex.
cess, or youthful Indiscretion, whloh neglected ruins
the happiness and unfits the sufferer for business,
social soaiety or marriage, and often terminates tntan
aatirseiy grave. Make no delay In seeking the rem
edy, It ia entirely vegetable and harm!ees ontbe
system, ran be need without detection or interfering
with bnslaeee pursuits, aad n. ehang of diet is ne
cessary while using them. Price, one dollar. ,
tf you cannot get them of your druggist, send the
money to Dr. i. Bryan, 819 Broadway, N. Y and
they will be sent free from observation by return
mail. Private circulars to gentlemen sent free oa
application. ' f J c A CO vlfindy
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
The Great Female Remedy for Irregularities.
THESE DROPS are a scientifically compounded au
Mpreparation, snd better than any Pills, Powders
or Nostrums Belngiiquid, thelraction ia direct and
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer
tain specific for the care of all obstructions and sup
pressions of nature. Their popularity is indicated
by the fact that over 100,000 bet ties areannaallysold
and consumed by th. iadies of the United States, ev
ery on. of whom speak in the strongest terms ot
praise of their great merits. They are rapidly tak
ing the place of every other Female Remedy, and are
oonsidered by all who know aught of them, as the
surast, safest, and most Infallible preparation in th.
world, for the'our. of all female complaints, the re
moval of all obatrnetiOB. of nature, and the promo
tion of health, regularltyand strength. Explicit dl.
rectlons stating when they may be used, and explain,
ing when and why they should not, nor could not be
used without producing effect, contrary to nature's
ehosen laws, will be found carefully folded around
each bottle, with the written signature ot Joan L.
Lvov, without which non. are gonuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LY0N.19 Chapel Street,
New Haven, Conn., who can beoouealted either pnr
sonally,or by mall. (enclosing stamp,) concerning all
Erivate diseases and temal..woaknesses. Sold by all
ru.gistsevery where. C. G. CLARK ft CO..
KrUnMy Gen'l Agents for U. 8. and Canada.
HAIR EXTERMINATOR ! ! !
. For Removing Superfluous Hair. 1
To the ladlesenpeelally, this Inraluable depilatory
recommends itself aj being an almost indispensable
article to female beauty, ia easily applied, does not
burn or injure the akin, but acts directly on the roots.
It is warranted to remore superfluous hair from low
foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same tearing the
skin soft, smooth and natural. This la the only ar
ticle us-d by the French, and ia the only real effte
tual depilatory in existence. Priee 74 cents per pack
age, aent postpaid, to any address, on receipt of an
BERG SB, 8HUTT3 Co , Cbemiste,
2S6 Rlrvr Street, Troy. N. Y.
March i; 1M7- pmrrrs t15 n9yl.
A MODERN MIRACLE.
- From old and young, from rleh and psor, from
highborn and lowly, comes th. Universal Voice of
SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
Ittas perfect and miraculous article. Cures bald
ness. Makes hair grow. A better dressing than any
"oil" or "pomatum." Softens brash, dry and wiry
hair Into Beautiful Silken Tresses. But, above ail,
th. greatest wonder la th. rapidity with which it
restores GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR.
Cs. It a tew times, and . .".
PRESTO, CHANGE';. ..
the whitest and worst looking hair resumes Its youth
ful beauty. It doe. not dye the hair, but strikes
at th. root and fill. itlth new life .nd coloring mat
ter. It wilt not take long disagreeable trial t.
prove the truth of this matter. The first aopllca
tion will do good; yon wtll seethe NATURAL COL
OR returning .very day, and .. - ,
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,,
th. old,gray,diasoloredappeuanoeof th. hair will
be gone, giving plaoa to lustr.ua, shitting and beau
Ask for Hall's Sicilian Hair Renewer; no other ar
ticle is at all like it in effect. Yon will find it
OHEAPTO BCY, PLEASANT TO TRY,
andSURETO DO YOU GOOD.
There are many imitations. ; B. sure you procure
th. genuir., manufacturedoniy by ' '
, R.P. HALL ft CO., fVosaaa, le. H
For sale by all druggists. 1 33yl.
LOVE & MATRIMONY.
The affections of the opposite sex may be gaiad b
follawing simple rules, and all may marry happily
if desired, without regard to wealth, age or beauty
Send directed envelope aid stamp for particulars t
Madam LUCILLE DBMAARF., Bible House, N. Y.
t.,.it . j o m co rl5n6y ,
JoNcco w '(5igqlia.
Cigar Store !
- , ' Ko.a, . . ;.'
Tyler. ' Bloc Is, :
flnnn.itt th. R.nk flf
v. 1 -.-.Ta
Ct T . IV.li Fremont. ''
CtW-ft' liuiiiuar UB1UL
d. h. altaffer; .
i rntrni s-irrm
-STrOCLD respectfully announce to the eltisens of
V f Fremontano snrronnoing country, m n.
just opened an entirely new stock of . -i-
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which h. is prepared to tsll, Wholesale and Retail,
at the lowest figures. He would especially jnlte
Hotel and Saloon-Keener., to examine his goods, be
fore parehsaing elsewhere. CHEWING TOBACCO, of
the best brands. ' . ' '
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, MATCHES, CI-GAR-HOLDERS
A TpBACCa i- .
'' ' ' ; ..:. POUCHES, " "
'. inndless variety, constantly on hand. . .:
ty-City andoonntr) enstomers will be snpplisd
with everything In my line of bosiness, at reasons
Fremont, Jane 1, 186. Mil. ' ' "
MAFUFAOTURER AXD DEALER IA
'i . ALL KINDS Of
TOBACCO A3D SEGARS!
In Backland's New Blek, Oppwalte 1.
: lit N'nti.neJ Bank,
; FBEMONT, OHIO.
SIGN OF THB BIO INDIAN.
GROCEK8, Saloon-keepers, and Hotel proprlrrse
are especially invited to mil and examlnto my
Stock. It ia the largest and roost complete .of, any
nowk'pt in this section of theeonntry.
My motto Is quick sales end smellproflte. ' '
Fremont, Nov. 24,186(. 47yl.
New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Patent Medicines. Cleveland Advertisements,
Sanford, " -
! Stone and
AT THE .
NEW CARPET STORE!
SIS SWEHIOIl 6TREET,
TTAVE a fine assortment of Velvet, Brussels, Ta
li pastry, Three-ply, Ingrain, Cottage anii Hemp
Carpeting. Also, Floor Oil Cloths, Cocoa Matting,
Window Shades, Laos Curtains, Damask Curtains,
Tab'e and Tiano Covers, Door Msts, Hojs, 4-e fte.,
tthe: ' " '
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
. SAS FORD, STONE COFntf,
' - ! ... ' Eagle Block, '
, -. 216 Superior Street1
..j Cleveland, Ohio.
vlonlm8pd.' - , '
Laoe Curtains and Shades.
BECK WITH Ac STKUMiO,
ISt Sc, 18S Hprt.T lt., flewelaailt-O.
HAVE ust received st their immense Kstabtah.
ment (the largest Orpet store In lite eeuntryj
a largeatock of , .
VELVET, . . BRUSSELS,
' 3 ri-r -d; llfORAINCARFETf.
In new and aud beautiful patterns.
Also, Mattings, Hat, Floor and TeMeOM Cloths
alo an elegant variety of Laos and Muslin Cnitine,
Gold Band Shades, Darossks, Broeatells. . As they
import there foreign goods aad buy from manufactu
rers direct, they are oifering goods atrsTrea'
prtcei. . , - . ..-
Parties furnishing are requested to examine their
goods and. prices. , iLM ;
Ilclmboia Extract Bncbaand lurK .rK-D
Roks VtJL.su sure, secret and dellcata disordrrs In ail
their stages, atjittle expense, little o ac change ia
diet, so iucnveniencAanl no pxposui-.. I: ispless
act fn taste aud odor, immediate in its action, and
free from all irjurioos properties.--
kUrch 1, 186J. ylouSjl. , ,
, Stop.Thiefl Stop Thief! I
Aud cure your cold wifh .
Hamilton 1 Medicated Cough
AsurecnseforCOPfiUS, COI.fH, BUOWCOITlfL
SORE THROAT aad all diseases or ins THROAT ana
LUNGS', and a sure preventive oi tbat fataldiseaa.
' PRICE ONLY Ucts.
One million sold e.neelly. Sold at, Dllon fcSon'l
and McCulloch'a Fremont. Globs k Wa'era Ehnorei
aad by dealers generally. fn2 m3pd
Fluid Extract Buchu,
Is a certain cure for diseases iof th.
Bladder, ' Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
'' Organic' Weaknesi, Female Com-
, pfaints, ' General Debility, ,
and all diseases of the . . . .. t -. .
whether existing in ;. . r. . ,
MALE OR ,FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no matter ol
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the us. of a diu
retic If no treatment is submitted to, consumption
oi Insanity may ensue. Our lesh aad blood are sup
ported (rem these sources, and the Health and Hap
piness, and that of posterity, depends upon the
prompt use of a reliable remedy.
Hilubolo Ixtsaot icoao. established Howards
of 18 years, prepared by
H. T. HTiTiMHOLD, Druggist,
694 Broadwsy, New York, and
' 104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Tbe Glory of Itlan I. Strength. There
fore tbe nerrous and debilitated should immediatsly
use HauaoLS's Eiraicr Bicbt.
illaBbood and Yontblal Tlgor are re
gained by USLHbOLD'S EX1BACT Bt'OllO.
(battered Coustltntious Restored by
HiumOLu's EiraaoTi Brrwc.
There cometh glad tidings joy to all,
"To young and to old, to great and to small;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and ah may be fair.
By the use of
WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL,
For imarorlng and Beautifyisg the Complexion.
The moat ralnabie and perfect preparation In ass, for
giving tbe akin a beautilul pearl-like tint, that, ia on
ly found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles,
Fimplee, Blotchea, Moth Vatchea, &H!!owncpa, Erap
tiooa, and all impurities of th akin, kindly healing
the same, leaving the akin white and clear aa alabas
ter, its use cannot be detected by tbe closest scruti
ny, and being a vegetable preparation ia perieet.y
harmless. It is the only article ot the kind used by
tbe F ranch, and ieonidered by the Parisian as India
pen sable to a perfect toilet. Lpwaxda of 30,000 bot
tles were sold during the past year, a sufficient guar
an tee ef its efficacy. Price on.y 76 cents, tfent by
mail, poat-pai3, oa receipt of an order, by
BEROER, SHCTTS Co., CceuiUls,
2W River St , Troy, H . Y.
February 22, 1867. . (fcHT.TTSTl6 nS jl.
Throw away your false iriaxfe, switehfe,your wig
Destructive of comfort, and sot tvorlh a &; . .
Come aged, come youth ful, como Uffly fair,
Aod rejoice in your own luxuriant hair. . -"
, j RCPARATVR CAPILH.
Forrestoring hair upon bald heads (from rbattver
eauae it may hare fallen out) and forcing a growth of
uaiT upon the face, it has no equal, it wilt torce the
beard to grow upon the smoothest face in from five to
eight weeks, or hair upon bald heads in from two to
three months. A few ignorant practitioners bava aa
eerted that there is nothing that will force or hiaten
the growth of the hair or beard. Their aeaertionaare
falsa, aa thousands of living witnessea (f-xni their
own experience) can bear witness. Rut many will
say, how we. are to distinguish the genuine from the
spurious? It certainly ia difficult, aa nine-tentbs oi
thediuerentPreparatiooaadvextiaed for the hair and
beard are entirely worthies, and you have already
thrown away large amounts iu their purchase. To
such we wouldaav.try the Reparatoc Dapilti; it will
cost you nothing unless it fully com; a op to onr rep
resentations. If your Dmpgtst does not keep it, send
ua one aouar ana we wnj iwrwaru u, poarpaia, togeuv
er with a receipt for the money, which will be return-
edyoa on application, providing entire aatiafactiou le
ot gtren. AUtiresa,
. w- ' W, L. CLARK & DO., Dhemisre,
' No. 8 West Fajette, Street, Strvcsb. N. T.
February 16,1867. 'hctts via n7 yl.
Know thy Destiney
ir ADAMS E. F. THORXTOK, the great Englfah
who has aatoulshfd the scintitic c'aaiea of the Old
World, hu now locate herself at Hudson, New York
Madame Thornon poafeswa such wonderful powers
of Bfcooil sitrht, aa to enable hr to impart kaowieOge
of the greaiefit irrtportanr.e to the single or married of
either sex. w nue in a state oi iranoe, aue ueiineaiea
the very featttres of the person you are to marry, and
bv the aid of an inalrnment of intense power, known
ae th Psychoroytrope, gnarmnteea to produce a life
like picture of the future husband or wife of the ap
pHcant, together with da.to of marriage, position in
life, leading traita of character, Ac.; This ia no hum
bug, aa thousands ot teetimoniaU can assert. She
will send when desired a certified certificate, or writ
ten guaradtee, that the picture ia what it purports to
be. Br encloaintr a smail lock of hair, and statute
place of birth, ago, disposition and eorapl exlon, and
enclosing miy coots an i staoipea envaiope xaurvBivu
to yourself, you will receive the picture and desired
information by return mail. All com mu ni oat Lous sa
credly eonSdeotial. Address in confidence, Madaxb
K. r 1H0R3T0X, r. v. DX 41$, ilucBOn,, I .
February 15, 1857. (MirTTs vlo b7 yl,
SUFFER NO MORE!!
; When by'the use of Dr. Joinville's BUxlr yau can
be cured permanently, and at a trilling coat.
The astonishing succeaa which haa attended this
Invaluable medicioe for pnysicn ana nervouH weaa'
ness. reneral debility and prostration, loss ofmuscu'
!ar energy, impotncy, or any of the consequences of
yoathtul ludtsorecion, renaers it me roos. vaiuaoie
It will remove all nervous afT-retions, deprcrsion
excitement, iocanaoity to study or baainesa, loss of
memory, coniasion. taougnts oi seii-aescrncuon.
fears ot iosntry, sc. it will resiore ine appetite, re
new tho health of thorn who hive destroyed it by
sensual excess or eil practices,
Toung men. be bombocg'Vd no more "by Quack
Doctors" and ignorant practitioners, but seni with
out delay for the Elixir, and be at once restored to
health and happiness. A perfect cure is guars ateed
in every instance. Piice, $1 00, or four bottles to one
suitress. $3 00.
One bottle is sufficient to effect a euro in all ordi
Abie, Dr, JoinTtile'a Specific Pills, for the ipcedy
and permanent cure of gmtorTha, .fleet, urethral
discharges, gravel.'stricture, and all affections of the
kidneys and bladder. Cures effected in from one to
five da vt, Tory are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system. aadnoTer nauiteate
the stomach or impregnate the breath. So change of
diet is neo-ttfe&ry while using them, nor does Their ac
tion la auy manner interreie wiia ousiresH purBu.wi,
Prioe Sl Oil B-r box. - - .:- ..-
' Either of the above mentioned articles will bestnt
to aay address, closely sealed, and postpaid, by mail
or eapresa, on receipt ot price.
. Address all orders to
. BER0EB. SHUTTS. Co.. Chemists.
Ao-ZOo iUver atrtwi, iroy, - 1.
a itts vl& n yl.
Climax! Climax i!
Page's Climax Safre, a Family
blessing for 25 cents.
It heals without a scar.. No
family shonld he without it.
We warrant it to cure Scrofula
Sores, Salt Ehcunv Chilblains,
Tetter, Pimples, and all Erup
tions of the Skin.: For Sore
' Breast or Ripples, Cuts, Sprains,
Bruises, . Burns, Scalds, Chap
ped Hands, Ac, it makes a
It has been used over fifteen
years, without one failure. -
. It has no parallel baring per
fectly eradicated disease and
healed after all other remedies
had failed. It is a compound of
Arnica with many other Extracts
and Balsams, and put up in
larger boxes for the same price
than any other Ointment.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. 'White k How
land, Proprietors, 85 Liberty Street, New York.
AVOID THE QUACKS.
If von are suffering from the efft-cts of Youthful
lnd.scrotion and have Seminal Weakness, Kmissiose,
sic, I will send you, fret mf raarg-s, information
which if followed wtil cure you without the,. aid ot
- - HENRY AmBUKN, Station T. New York.
,-' . ; OoacoTlSnSy
,'. ;,.'iTcni itch! itch:
SCBATCHt SCBATCJI! SCIIATCH !
, Will. core llie Itch In 48 Honrs!
Alsneurts SALTKHEUM. VLCERS, CHILBLAIN,
andell KRCPriONSOPTHKSKIN. Price to cents.
For sale, by ail cmjrgists. By seedtn. GOctsto
WEKK3 A ROTTER. Sole Azents IT0 .'sshiriton
straet, Boston, it will be fonrardedby mail free of
postage, to any part or ins imieu ?xais.
- fMys e.r.n.j
DR. J. BRYAN, CON3CLTING PHYSICIAN,
819 Bs.oariw.AT. rw Yokk.
SPECIAL THBATMKNI in all eases of Semin
al, Sexual, Urinary and Nervous Diseases in male or
lemaio - -
Aorion Frkb and oorrssponderice ktbictlt coari
CTNTiaa U c a co tln6y
Whiskers and Mustaches ! !
FtfRCED to grow npen the smoothest face in from
- three to five weeks by ueins- Dr. Sevine's Res
taurateur Osnillaire, tbe mtst wcnuerftil discore y
in modern science, actiaw upon the beard and bair in
an almost nmacutnes maocei-. it lias been need by
the elite of Paris and London with the most' flitter
ing success. Nun- s of at! pii:chafers wiU be lei.
tered, and ifeoliie .ati.i'aetion i.not given in every
ne-aucv, the mosey will be chenille refandeo.
Price by mail, aaltd and postpaid, (1 . Dr BCiiptive
crrffllars ao-1 tf.timonia's mi!ed fr-e. A'Mrers,
aERER,SHlrT3 Co., Cbtmifta 'No. SSJ Kiver
street, N. Y-, 4ole stents ior ttw t pit sU States.
March 1, 188T. , isiinrrs vlin yl.
Hes'lles r'tsh iro.s, A-., of every de-rr:plioo, im
norUdand aaaifiacturmi by ALsaar lsaiaa, Wo. e3
K'stsau St,, Xw York, on.' dour from Maiden, Lane,
FISHING TACKLE. Patent Medicines.
GREAT NEW ENGLAND
u ...it-, i- f i7Zg-l-..
J. tY-PO LARD'S
WHITE FINE COMPOUND.
ts now offered to the afflicted throus-hcat th..
after having beea.&roved by tha.Ust of eleven
year.. In the New England Bute., where IU merits
hav. become as W.H aa.wa a. the tn.fr.st which, tat
part, it derives its virtues.
THE WHITE FIXE COMPOUND
Cares sore throat, eolda, eoag bsv4 r?t horia, broa-
ehttis, spitting of blood, and pulmonary affection. a
generally. It is a remarkabla remedy ror tidney eom
plaints, dia-Vea, dinicalty of veldinr twiwe, lledlDf '
from the kidneys and bladdec, gravel and ether cosn-
plainta. ( - ... .....
The White PI tie Compound.
lt was early in th spring of 'S3 that this cam- ..
pound was originated. A memVr of my family waa
afflicted with an irritation of tbe throat attended with
adiaagreeabie eongh. 1 had for seme moat prwvic
thought that a preparation having br its baaia t ,
tnsii-e bark of whl'e pine might be so compound
ed as to be very useful In diaaaaea of to throat aod
lungs. To test the value of it in the esse alluded to,
compounded a small quantity af the mcdicino that "
had been planning, and gave it in tenrpoonfuj dooew. r
result waa exceedingly gratifying Within twa
the irrigation of the throat waa removed, the
coagh snbetdfrd, and a speedy cure waa effected. Soon -after
this I sent to a lady in Londonderry, N. H..
had been suffering for soave weeks from a ha4 ":
oough, oeeaniouodyu sudden cold, and had imiaow"
maeu streaked wiih blewdw sh aeon fooiid relief aaal
aent for more. She took about ten ounces of it, ana
got well. J. B.Clarke, Ej., editor of the aTaact eater
Datlv Mirror, made a trial of theaavme prwiition ia ;
the ease of a severe cold and waa cured immediately .
wan so highly pleased with the reaulta, aad a cos
fldeot in success attsriing ite sales, if placed befbro
the public, that he Anally persuaded me to give it
name, and seod it abroad to benefit the suffering. Ia
November, TSSfi, I an-t adTortieed it under 1h its '
White Pine Compound. Ia two yearn Iron, th '
time there had been wbotaaled In Uancheatar alona
a!ne hundred dollars worth, where it took tho lead ef
l toe cough remedies in tna maraavand at auil
intaina that position. There is good reaaoa for
s; it ia very soothing and healing ia ita nature ia "
ming to the stomach, aud plaant withal to tfce
""e aod is exceedingly eneap.
Aa a remedy for kidney compiainta th Whit Pin
Com poucd stands unrivaled. It waa not eriaina.td
that purpose; but a parson tn using it for aooagft -:
vas not only cured oi tbe cough, but wa also cured
a kidney difficulty of ten jears standing. Sine
that accidental discovery many thousands have used
for the same omp'aint, and have been ecmpbateiy
Th above waa written by Dr Poland tn IMfk Mae
thtn, aa In Manchester, the White Pine Cowapoan4
taken the lead of all cough remedtra, as well aa
preps rat ions for the cure of k idnev difficulties, la w
city, town, village and hamlet through, that -Hfw
This remedy ia cs safs and pleasant to take si it in '
Th editor of the Manchester Daily and Weekly
Mirror, in the leader ef the Daily, thus write of th
Compound: "Tbe Whit Pin Compouad is edver- ,
tired rt much length In our eolumna, aad w are
happy to leaxn tbat the deinaod fcr it ia inoraasinf
beyond all p-evious expectations. It ia the very beat
medicine tor cough a and col?s we know f, aad -familr
that ban ouce csedit will be without it. We
p?ak from cur own knowledge, itisssretokHlaeoltl,
and pleasant a it ia sure. Th greatest invHoa -come
by accident, and it ia aloguiar that th Whit .
Pine Compound, made for cough and colds should ,
prove? to be t he greatest remody for kidney dim oolite
known. -But it 4. W cawaot doubt it, any
timonials come to us frcm well kcowa men. B- .
sides, th character of Jir. Poand .lsueti that we,'
know UuXhe. vlLLrot countenaixe what ia vroag.. u
For years. .
'A Baptist e'ergymaa, study lug wedlia I Sad .'.
remeojea for his aliment, with a delicate, consump
tire look, standing with on foot upon th grav-, hMf
made the difcorcry which sav4 bimaalf, aad ealloa .,
from others the strongt t4tlnioniala poesibl.
We have kn wa Dr.Po'acd for yerra,and nwver kaw
more onicieetioua, honest, upright man. and ar
gTad tn state that w belfve. whatever b say atom .
Whit Pn Compound." . . ,
TUB WIJnK PINK ?051 POI ND.
. GSOHGE W. SWEEtt Fropriotor.
Prepared at th Kw England Bataaical Depot. 10
Hanover Stmt,, Boston, under th Mpervisio. i
Kev. J. W Poiacd. '
Strong 4 ArmatroBg, Cleveland, Ohio, aad Benton
My-re, Car field, Ohio, Wholveal Agent. ?
"For aale by ail Drugviata in-Premont. . -'
March 16, 1T. , (hd col vlA all jl ap a ev w -
CSB PRATT tc BCTCBER'S
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
Warranted hi case, ef Kheomattrm, Ifeamltla, li slsis ' 1
Th Best ntl Cheapest Hone mi Cattl
Medicine In the World t
Pee lfiroufkt Ue Unit! States and Can
. atlas during tike last tS years.
for lbs care of the varlou. Diseases to which
Horses and Cattle are subject; such ea -Founder,
Distemper, Hide Bound, Loss of
AppelltA Inward Strains. Yellow Water.
Fistula, Foil Evil, Bora ten e or -Qreaee,
Mange, Inflammation of the
Eyes, and Fatigue from Hard Labor;
also, Kneamatlam, (oommonljr called
fetlflT complain ti, which prove, ihtai te
so many .Taiuable Horses In Uiia) oonntrr
SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER
Has th. largest sal. of any Horsa and Cattle Uadiefo.
this country. It Is composed of herbs and roots, and
lor mildness, safety, osrtainty and thoroughness, stands
preeminently at the head of the list of Barm ami
It carries off all aross bnmors, prevents horses Irons
becoming stiff or fcnnderlnf, purifies th. blood, loosen. s
the skin, and sires it . smooth and glossy appearance
deansas th. water and strengthen, .eery part of th.
tody. It ts also a safb and eartaki remedy for eongh.
tad oelds, which geaerat. tn many fetal disessm.
The Cow esquires to be soeriHed wtth aa abwodsqc sS
food not to make her fet taie Is not de.ir.ble, bat to
kMp np . regular seeratitsi of milk, and nU owners ot
sows will find by givtag thesa .
axoAirs condition rownsaa
twice a week, a large Increase In enantlty and quality -of
milk and cream. It carries off all fever and Im
purities of the blood. ThaefTectlssventhronghoutth.
seevnn by a rich and abundant gov ef milk.
Tbe fanner ie beginning to b. .war. of th. valuable
properties of ioosV ColtJtttioav lseskis 1st pro ;
sawing th. condition of ni. sneen ua preventing sassYj
th. dii eases of all to. eotuaKKSts. s
s mjm sy jnV.'e
. -"1 tt is n 5 to r -tt t , 5 i - i f
iV. 1m IT-- nTsi'i i nsifnnf
Ifty cent packag. of Mom's Condition .
Aeoder put Into a barret of swill Is better than tw.
bushels of corn to DUUa a bo, and le a esrieht pr . -ventive
of Uog Choi era, Bioi4 Waggera, sad Mas i
cuaeasss common among hogs. .
CA UTIOy-To piwtoet snrmlvs. and th. pnbUs
from beina imposed upon by worthies. Imitations, th.
genuine will bear the w nmsls aignatiar. of the fro.
prietors on th. wrapper.
PRioa as 60 tjrs. peb bottlx.
Ioc Bale by Druggists and atarchaats rrerywaara.
. tol. Proprietora, Chioago. HL
a Ianwer stSS.
; AT WHOLESALE BT"
DOOLET fe BRO.,
V, WEST fe TRUAX, .'
" : ' Toubo. .
AT RETAIL BT .
a BUCKLAND & SON,--.-: .
E. DILLON fe SON,
'V jr1 t r
;rw f'--f"? eaatly,
t" y ' -Sent i
3. i, rl areori.t
ily, without dce-
receipt of 10 emu
1 ISOBroadway if y
fTSi- jo.-, for th. Rm,t.r -
.! Sent post-paid
.JjilM-' .i-oni pos--natd
vm rKVjp, mt lO I I.
l)a. I, B. FOOTI,
ilVHt Brvadway S X
ropeou rjc-p', .
;-i-pi2 '.. ?;.; J jjitsiwramjusense ,-
.. . r c A co yl n mS
YOG KEVUlBg A BELUSLK BaMiiDY
to restore vo. and remove irrerularitiea es oh-
stiuctiona, why not useihebret? thirty years' -
perirnce Has proveo tnar
liil. IIAHVKVSFKTIALE PltlJ. -hTe
no equil lor Kemoving Obs traction and irreg
ularities, JO MATT KB KSOJt WHAT CACSS Tuar assaa. I
Thy are safeand surein eyery caa. Prite, One Dni
lar. per f'. ....... s. .
UK. I! HSVEr'SiOIJ)EM rlLLS
Is . resit 4y lour decrees stronger than th. above t
intended' rnr special cases 'of-tonir standing..
Price, five Dollars per box.
J . I.adicf Private CircOUr, sill fTrifl,-
free, m applvLOtiam.
U vo cannot yet tlie pills of yonr iiraimlst, send
money to Dr. J. Bryan, 81 Broadway, N.w
Tork.and l hey will bs lent free from .baervation by
turn Biall, ..--,". ' r ''' TlsB'' i r