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NEW STYLES :
' ' CALL AND"SEE THEM,
: CALL AND SEE THE'M
"Who aw 1n Market Vith V large
- : ' varied Stock of f
' A1PoPUe,IUIn, Printii, Baea:-
miu w.wnicu nav dmd eeieoved with
rpO bay te oet aod latest stvlea of Crocker
A t ft -. ' "Emiiioflco
1 ge me wortn of your mcney
..,v,ora pint on t A Oil It
: z"l EMMBICH CO'S,
tP you want the bert SUGAR in mar-
L k'tsnd thanvKtforynuraoney vourHlfinditat
HiiJMrilCH fe CO S.
pOFFEE, the best sX
T?OW pure and unadulterated Grocer-
A. in of M kind go to
. . . EMMRICE & GO'S.
TX7"13 call special ttectio& to oar;-
'NEW 8TCCK '
nf Cloth, CamimiMs, Fasting, Gents Furnishing
Goods, . .. ... - - -
Thiawoaeve t large and wall selected assortment
tsrsauedwithapeciai reference to thirorkt and
tbiatraa. . . .
f""" Cannot be Undersold! ! I
0r Profit must he Small but Salet
Quick, r- - ? -i - '
. Our Stock ig tofrcostiplete.- for enum-
ratios. - Wethereforeinv teail wishing tn purchase
noils iaouriine to call and examine brfore going
e.aewhere, weanpoitleeTyeell you goodaif 70a
rT7 ' f ,1
- r -No Trouble to Shov Goods.
- - - EMMRICH dt CO.
P. 8. MR.A.GUSDOEF IN RETIR-
!ng Irom the Dry Good Trade, retain anoflleeat
one atow, and, wlllbuy, paring CSH avd tho high
est prie,for "
" dressed or live hogs;;1
tviik at.corn.rye.oats, seeds
. E. fe CO.
. Fremont. October IS. 1806.
: " v IN ? rULi 'BLAST I '"-'!'
Low Price ,
TV ASK NOW OPSKIKO A LARCH and W.l
Y aorad Stock of
DRY GOODS ! -GROCERIES
tloots and SAioc,' 1
Hats smdCas, kc.,
of rhiek baaa baa bvuktattb
a Stir TorkCaol ire ire'offerlnr tho'enilro atoek at
Waironld aaythat w tara" detartRined to make
tVa a nannaneut institution uti hare t be lacilitirs ir
Terrrejxwtandatall tunea. t aompeto faTorabw
!tn an Joatailiabment In Koitliarn Ohio. WewS)
at all tinea keep 1
FIRST-CLASS GOODS, AND SELL
THEM AT A LARGE PER CENT.
' LESS THAN THEY CAN BE
. . , ' BOUGHT ELSEWHERE.. ' ;
GIVE US A CALL
And oom'p.Ta Ptl0 mi 00?",r"', ihl?Tl
,iTOO at other plaoC and yon will be oonTlnoad
tea Uiairaj to ,
. . 'WTO 1-
Buy Goods at Head Quarters.
CASH PAW FOR
no ui uin or -'-'
fr.mr.nt O, Spt 15. 1866 3Stf
g3T A young larly i-eturniDg to her
oonntrv home, aflera aojonrn of a few month in tbe
eitv waa hardlr reeogoiied bf her friends. In plaoa
ofaeoarae, rasrle flaabed race, alio hal a aoit roi.j
eomplexioa of almoat marble amoothars, and lnatead
of twenty-three be feally appeaxed but eighteen.
non inqnirr aa to the nae of ao (treat a cbanare. the
niamlT told theat that aha nd the lrewlflll
Uatni. d conaldered it an invaluable annniaition
to anr l!dj"a toiiet. Biu nee any Lady or Gentle
man en tmprore their peraonal uppcaranoe an hun
dred fold. It la eimple in ita enmbinatron, aa nature
l.nr.-H ia aimple, yt-Moan"1 ' enleaoy in
rlr.npor.tiea from, alao heaiing, eleanauii and
Snrufvirr ;se 'kin ard complexion, fly ita olr
and bsatttifal. P.le, 1 0, a. bT MJ or Kxpreaa,
as receipt of aa order br . .
. .- W I CLARK 0, CnCmic'a. '
' - r " o. 8 Wert Fevette St., iirraeaae, T.
The only American AgenUiortheemleof theaaaae,
FebrarylS,287. BTTTB 16 T jl.
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad.
OH d after Tneaday, ov. Sttlh. 1868, trama wil
ran daily. (Snhdaya ""f'l" .
LeMrremoat,at Jffoe1,. u
ft Kaneaa, .. 3 83 -
a. ajekaoa..: " " 'I
tab roatoru. U M
Aroadla, - . ' '
, r,,L: ?t flock A M.
tgomTw m J , S OS M "
. Iv Foetoria -
- " Amaden......... "
r. Kanaae; S8
WUUn. " "
rrlTaatrramont, .. -WIS
namoBt, Wov, 186.
Tralna only atoponil-al.
-elnaleava Fremont in the morning, after the ai
"I. .VFrunoat la the afterooonrn time to eonnaet
1. adranae of any other root. -BmvTeketa,vta
L. Q. RAWSON, Sup't.
lvng'.gTi1"T7"0 H -.i.,o
Clothing, Clothing, Clothing
(One ; Door Aort h
WOULJJ A&OUJTCE TO THEIR
. . 1HJY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH
A- SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
- MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR OF
Piece Goods, Cloths,
Gents Furnishig Goods, Trunks and Valises.
, Done to order, and a
Fbsjtoht, .May IS, ISco. 0yl.
of Xatlonal ' Bask,)
NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT
EVERY STYLE QUALITY.
marn6r unsurpassed elsewhere. , :
DRYFOOS & BROTHER.
'. t t. ; r "J A .jrt
- . V- -
Hermon, Smith & Wilson,
' at , : . j " :
A L oar custosiei'i that we are raatly to exhibit the
DOMESTIC. BRITISH 4 COHTINKXTAL.
of all qmlHtea: eolwd ad blark AI.PACCAS; TARTAN CHECKS in Tariety of doth: ALEXANDRIA
and VICTORIA CORDS; COLORED PRINCESS CLOTHS, mobairng-nree: EMPRESS CLOTHS
all qnalatiee;aHhad-eof rRENCHtni ENGLISH MERINOS; SOLID BLOCK CHECKS In diSer-
cat uoncs, u as un-iiOT .ariK-.j 01 utiB. a o tsvuua inatwt win sal nnaenake ta ennaaorata.
We make a eneeialhy embracing; all the noreltiea of
WHITE GOODS "
tn full a'aortment. eontlsUni in part of Jaeooete. Casbries. W ainaouira. Ralr Corda. RHIH.d...
Seiaa a, Blabop Lawn, "Victoria Lawns, Ate.
Oj Suri ia Eztcnairr and Complete. ' , ., J
We make thi a ieadine branch of our Traie, alwaw
Trkeoat,iarfre linea of aw Prints, Shestion, Denime,
Gonatsfirtg of Wool"
. Vov.no and Cotton Tlrsierr.AU
thv world. Uaft
- - "av uwtwj t,wu u-rrti unu room
hiMM .tda, flcy UtttMi Merino
OocaiatinK in part of FMrtinr Flansela, Opera Miner.
-Sallebory Fiarela.Eadiee Clotha.ftc, tc. ;
200Paria; boughtjince tha great decline, from thewrentanetion aala. ' - " " '
AlaofnlUineaof the followinr guod bought at the nxent pmre aalra in New Torkr Silla, Clotkt Cant
airra. Embroideries, Lace; BtUauraU. Uoop ikirle. Lime Qoodt, Vraptrin, rtlrtU.-Itihbotit, Trimmit.pt
IrmttonM, Zrpklr Good.Crih. Ismail Warei. Our antira Ktn.c of r.ll mr,A wmAa worn .
Caft VB VOOill hlVI TnaT.1Plnh.r. u u Lil nnl .
girlngonr taatomera the benefit oi theloaeatpricee;butiiellinrthem rew and Fresh floede We hare
a:ao a fine aaeortment of Carpeta.. .. JJCltlTION. KRUTH V t II NAN.
Fremont, Ohto, Octohi 6, lSC.40jl.
Goods Store !
BLOCK, FREMONT, OHIO.
th6preant Seuoa,we fake pi euro r In tnfomrla
foilowiM linea of Goods,1 at the LOfTZST trartrf
' ' Z 1 1
Fmbracinrnlain andfaaev mohair ikhrin. rv)Rf7B
aniline thsm at tba amallnat ituuiv.i . vl
atriiea.beek.eotton Flannala. Ticklnn. .A.
HOSIERY $c GLOVES,
aukMind i!m. fiMititnn wuu.
Btl Woo! Oloreo Id Urge ncpplr. 3
iWDSur miiei. AmfXaVaHUr Mn 1'a.ntnn'a ttiaa kks (,
Klann.ls Bob Boya, Plain and Twilled Flanaelt
. ...,.,. . . , , r-
nllbr. .th hf A1J i J 1 1 ir : . ' .
WM. A. BICE'S STOR E
'OiJ TOUR SHEETINGS,
Goto Wm, A. iUec's Stove Tor your
.- And eeerytiinj else at
GROCERIES I Tlie freshest
Fremont, Dec 14, Jyl.
SPLENDID CLOAKS, ,
- v SUPERB SHAWLS.
BALMORALS,'- : t
. HrHOOP SKIRTS,
astonishing low prici. '
and cheapest in town, at
- VM. A. RICE'S STORE.
Auburn. Goldn, Flaxa ani Silken
w rt i o
PROnuCI! by the nae of ProTas.or Debrena Fri
aar LeCheTenx.- Oneappllckilonwarrantedto
earl tbe moat etraight and amhbom ba'r of either
aez into wary ringleta, or beary roaafive c iris. Haa
been nardby the laf-hionablra of Paris and Londn,
with the ronet gratifying reeults. Doeano injary to
me our. rricw vy mail, aai ana nostpaiu 1 1
Deacriptire eircniara mailed fr-o. Addrera BEBOEB,'
SHUTTS aCo.,ChemietaKo.285 KirerEtreet,Troy,
M Y., 8o!e ArnU for the United Starea. I
Ma-chl, 18eT. ISHlTrBrU'nSyl. ,
B Y MAIL, PR&pAID
Flower & Garden Seefej
.New btrawDemes, lirapes, &c. ;
Ti K. WAToON'8 Old Colosy Nnraery and Seed i
11. Atax&liaoment, rirmonto, .waaa ia now send-
ont br mail orenalJ. nacSed with meat ear. in
".. la,, -it,.' .' ".'
Union in perfect a'f.tr, a cmphrt-aaa-rtment of the '
flneet Gripea, tra wberrica. .ew lrP Cnrranta, :
, :Cii i.! d r-i'jT-, di .
Bnlba.Llliiea.ko,e. fruit and Ornamental Treea
andfhrnba, ETorgreer,", Hed Pltnta, fee, will be
aent by freight paid to Boaton! Alao, tbe true Cape
Cod Cranbarry. for cultivation in wet land, or in u
htna and gardeaa, where it prodncea at the rate of j
iOAbnebeie to the acre; with directtone for enltiva
tioo. Priced DeeorlptiTe Catalognea will beaert to
asyaddreee. Pfgs U the eef timefT platting. The;
beat way to obtain good Fruit ad Flnr-rt. and ;
Seeds, it to eend direct to the grower. Send for a i
Catalogue. Wboleaaie Catalognea to the trade. A'
PRESC5IBED GOLDEN SEAL.
Recommended for the tretnent of D yapepeia.lnd!
gWrt'on,Geral Debility, and Fever and Acne. and i
warranted to eure. Invented by rvr.fl. C. Sruca. It
a vegetable comnouna or inineew niatinci arrio-'
W.anTiaproven'.mi pra-rlbed by the medical
W. "I r , , . . V- . la i
ft mretablo compoaod nf tbm diitmct ftrtle-
m DUTMicia.D wnw um Hiauw .tf ui it ixi 1
him "ww.' 4 li-mlBil-ttiipw;
Shamred " oiUit'o Sold by ail
MOMUK BKINKER CO., Sole Prdrfetora,
lOyl . Springfield, Maaa.
Itaval Bsvaiaa Lottery of t'nba.
Tirawd one in seventeen daya Priiea ea..hed and J
information given, nighrat rate paid for donbloona
and all kinda of gold and eiivar. GsoBOB Craua, 63
Mala BU, Providaaoa, R. L
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. W. Bradlej's Celebrated Patent
OR DOUBLE 8PRTNG) .
THB WOXDERFUI. Fl-EXIBFLI TT 4X0 ORE AT
comfort and pleunre to anr lady wearing the
I.pUa JfUiptie Skirt will be experienced particularly
in all crowded aaaembliea. omree. oarriairea. railroad
a Mlkor moiindreaa. as tsralnab'a oaaiitr in rin.
olne, not funod in any iilingla Spring Skirt-
A lady having enjoyed the pleaeura, comfort aa-i
great o-inrenieoce of wearing the Dnnlax Elllntl
":,'"""'"'"r","l" J 'U neror alter
waroa wlilinglr diapenae with their naa. i'orehil
d;f "'.v-" ""d J0W ,,di" ,h'J " ""Pen" to
V . . ' . . , . .
They will not bend or break like the ainrla .nrinn
A ii. thr Peand graoeinlahape
VTf erdinary akirta wiil hare been
lS,wiVi?I51 tH. " Mnni
w,l "d '-ed .thread, and tbe bottom rods
tL"?M' T!. 001 (or doable)
covered. prevenUng them from wealing owt when
utHii"i ""i,riiii,ea -The
Cunlcx Elliptic ia a mat fK.nrlt. ,k .11 1..
dioa and ia uni v.raaliy recommended br the Faahion
Uagatinea aa the 8rADAB 8KIST OF TBE
To enjoy the following eetimable adrantaa it.
Crinoline, via: auperior quality, perfect manufacture
atyliah eluue aud nuieh.hexibUity, durability, com
fort and economy, enquire toi J. W. BaxtLar'a
iopiex a.uiptia,ur unqn opring oatrt, ana je aura
yon get tli. genuine artiole. "
CAUTION. To guard against IMPOSITION be par
ticular to NOTICE that Skate off red as "Duplex"
t. m . uraaiey'a IU'
ales El'intie AtMl Rnrinea" nnoii ft.
r - r---w -1 -
" Ai" B.0 " every
UOOV Vlll atiSQVi D1S Millar neUftuvd thrnnth 4h Jhaa-
, ,. . . , r , r
ter, taoa revealing the twa or doable) springa brain
i together therein, which ia tb aacret of their
fierltjluty and atrength, and a oombiaatioa not found
FOR SALE in a'l atorea where FlSST CLASi
aklrta are sold, throughout the United SU tea and
laewbere. Manufaf tui ad by the Sole Owner of th
Patent, WESTS, BRADLEY A CART,
tud . 87 Chamberi and 19 k II Beadegta,M T
BLANalS all kinda for Bale and printed to order
St the KSJtOSr OCKS AL OFflCS.
L. Q. RAWSON, Sup't. The Fremont Journal.
A TURKISH LEGEND.
A certain Pasha, dead fire thousand year, .
Once from hii harem fled in sudden tears,'.
And had this sentence on the eity's gate -Deeply
engraved, "Only God is Great.Ti . v
So these four words above the city's noise
Hung like the accents of an angel's voice;
And evermore from the high barbican,
Sainted each returning caravan.
Lost is that city's glory. Every gust
Lifts, with crisp leaves, the unknown Pasha's
. dnst, ' ? . . - - ,
And all is rain save one wrinkled pate, -Whereon
is written, "Oslt God js G&kat."
A TURKISH LEGEND. Agricultural and Practical.
SEEDING DOWN LANDS TO GRASS.
" In seeding to grass, aa well as other crops,
it ia well to take lessons from nature, and if
we can improve thereon, do aa, and thos as
sist nature in the development of its kind.
Culture of all kinds area artificial, and de
signed -to assist nature in perfecting itself.
It is for this we plow, sow, under drain,. Ac
To assist nature to the greatest extent, we
mast prepare the soil properly previous to
depositing the seed there in; if there is a
superabundance of surface water; we must
drain to carry it off; and for best effects we
must under-drsin. for surface drains are apt
to get filled and clog the water; coarse grass
es and weeds grow up in them, interfering
with profitable culture, to say nothing of the
waste of land, Ac .A. heavy, hard or close
subsoil should be loosened by subsoil plow
ing; the top-eoil made deeper by adding to
depth of each successive plowing, thorough.
ly fined, and have manure well incorporated
wild it, 10 itirniBo toe elements ol nutrition
for the growing plants. These are all need
ful to bring the land into tillb.'tha' the roots
of erase may spread btrtend 'Denefraf'efa n
depth when they will obtain nourishment,
aa noumn id spite pt aroutb. .., r. ...
. auuiuer jnjiut in eeaiu .10 grass, js,
whether several or a single sort of grasi aaed
should be nscd, some farmers advocating a
ingie sen, wmi) outers advocate several.
t or pasture there can be co question but
mat several sorts are preferable to only one.
fi uere utverai are nsea, luc leea generally
holds oat more equally durins the sesson.
One sort produces an early growth of sear).
but dries up in midsummer: another atarla
later, to take its place, and continues longer;
anotner grows best in autumn; and thus, by
baying a wariety, we have a succession,
which furnishes fresh feed the entire season
80 of tbe different soils one kind of grass
flourishes best on a light soil, other kinds
nourish best on heavy soil. One kind nf
grass is tap rooted, and sends its roots down
vu a raw ilo 100a irem oeiow, ana grow beet
near the surface. ' The variety of sorts fum.
ish food to satisfy better the craving appe
tite of stock thatr the single one, and as a
eonseuuer.ee they thrive best on such -diet.
In English agriculture more attent'on and
study is given to the combination of the
grasses than among us, they often using six,
eight or ten varieties in seeding down also
using a muca larger Quantity, in the ajrera.
gate, to the acre..
From experience bd J 'oLierva'tion. f 'm
satisfied that it is not stall essential, or even
desirable, '.hat grata seed should be sown
with some Kind of grain crop, . where grass
aiiu uvj aiv luc urn onjeci. K7ras3 seed
sown on weu preparoa gionnrt in Septem
ber will make an exeeneht stand 8r1 irrtv tK
for-the next seasoa' cutting; also, iwbea
now u iu auiy npruigr- a gooa crop may be
realized at the csusl season of harvesiinc
r aui bw wg ou sou mat ao not neave by toe
frost is preferable to spring, aa the ground
is generally clean of weeds, and the grass
l?n : . . , . . . ,
starting into growtb takes possession of the
soil, while the seeds of weed, if any start to
vegetate, are, choked and die, Ou clay
or heavy soils that are stiff, which cannot be
. .. . z ... .
well worked thns early, all these advantages
are not a readily enjoyed, and a fcpring
seeding is .best generally on auch - aoilav
Where it is impracticable to put the seed in
in March or ' early in April, it is advisable
to seea aown witn some kind of grain, sown
thin, so as not to choke out the grass, or by
rank growth of straw be liable to ftll 'dawn
ana smoiner 11. A variety of from one to
five sorts i-hould be sown, and by no means
a thin seeding. The variety of sorts should
be made up of kinds that edme to-, maturity
as near a like as possible, and know to sec
ceea 10- the vieiuity whre designed to be
grown, and in similar nil-W. if White.
0 rapt Virus, that were laid down.' rnav
be nncovercd as soon as severe westbtT is
over. In planting new vines, cut them
back to two or thre8 buds- provided the
nurseryman has not done it before sending
them. In toy system of training, a single
cane is all that should be grown the first
year. . t , , , .-V"
Ctywipf'eurraat rapevetc.J arB tr,1e
set out as soou'as the soills ready.' "It can
not too often repeated. -ttat muac of the
success of this kind of prupagatson. -depends
opon pressing the soil firmly around . thp
lower end of the eoltings.
CwrattU. Set out : plants earh'.- The
.Versailles . is the best red, . and the White
Grape the best .white. There .sremsny
varieties, only such in name.
Ooostberriei; only the American sorts are
to be commended for generel cultivation,
and among these the Houghton is one of the
most reliable. Some of the English sorts
will do for amateurs to pet , , . . - -
iSfrattfternea should have the beds all
ready for them' and the plants be set at early
as they can be hsd. The Wilson is tbe vari
ety atill the most generally reliable, thon go
there are many belter sorts that surreed in
favorable situations. . r.?
Blackberries. The sooner they, are planted
the better. KUtatinny and. Wilson's Early
are among the newer kinds, and tbe New
Kocheile is now so well kaown as-to -need
no deecriptioD. - ; , ... 1
Stedt. By all means order at once, and if
roots of any kind, or cabbage or there p'ants,
have been wintered oyer .for-i.seed -raising,
pat them out, the last of this month, in a
dry, rich Spot, and do not plant allied varie
ties near each other. -1 Fore attention to seed
raising would lessen the complaints of bad
seed.- It would be a good thing if the mem-,
bers of local clubs would each agree to raise
one or two sorta of seeds'. ' By doing thus,
greater purity and prelection could be at
tuned, and each community could raise
nearly all its own seed. ;
Pea should be sown earlv. Weheir vrjut
accounts of Carter's First Crop, and there
are several otner early ones ottered. Dan el
O'Rourke, where it can be had good, is the
best known early sort .. , . .
Mootg, such as Parsnip and Salsify, should
be taken out of the ground before they begin
to grow, and all plants protected dnting the
inter, aucn aa .-.,-.- ..- . .. .
Spinach, uncovered and Uiinaed fot use as
soon ae. it starts to grow. . Sow in -a warrn
corner seeds of early varieties of
' Carrots, radih, cnesp, lettuce,' and other
thing, according to locality and season.- '
DECORATE THE HOMESTEAD.
The mild bieatii of erring and tb.muieof
the early birds, remind us that the season
approaches for planting, not only vegetables
and grains necessary for man's subsistence,
but shrubs, trees and flowers to feed the eye
and nourish the taste.
There is no homestead ou which a little
judicious labor now will not result in more
or less pleasure nerptuier. none on wmca
there is not some nooa or corner ibat can be
beautified by a vine, a shrub or 4 plat ..of
flowers. Nature will do ber part if we per
forin ours, and mauy a barren and unsightly
yard or common may thus becomes thing of
beauty, adding to he pure joys of home.
Next to wholesome foodays a rural journal
home pleasures are nf pessary to enliven ocr,
spirits, promote our good health, and give a
rest to rural life. What can give greater
satisfaction to a family of refined taste than
to have the grounds around the homestead
decorated with the beauties of nature so
bountifully furnished us? The species and
varieties of trees, shrubs, rose, viuee, 4e .,
are now so numerous that a choice selection
can be made to suit every clime, toil and ex
posure, and to bloom and fruit all the grow
ing season. See them tastefully arranged
and gorgeously dressed with foliage of vari
ous colors, and decked with blooms far tran
scending the most eoetly jfewtlry in brii
liancy.and perfuming the uir with their fra
grance."" In windy days they gracefully
bow, prance, and whirl around like sprightly-youth
in the dance, and lhe melody of the
brcexe serves them tur music. How beauti
ful the picture and great the enjoyment to. 1
those wno can appreciate them, it rnEkes
a cot a palace, and a home a paradise; the
owner a king; it .imparts a dignity to the
manly graces of sons, and lustre to the beau
ties and virtues of daughters. The passing
wayfarer is delighted with the scene, and
sets it down in. his mind aa the abode of the
great and good in heart, and the virtuous
and wise in action.
Afu r planting climbing vises to clothe the
vrrands, and a few deciduous 1rcs around
the house for shads in summer, all the o'.h er
trees, shrub, and rose should be so arrang
ed over the lawu that all will be seen it one
view. Set the more dwarf nearer tbe house,
and the taller farther off, and they will ap
pear to rise in graceful folds aa they recede
from the ey e, and the outrnst of size, form
and color of the various individuals will
show to greater advantage, and that will
give additional grace to their charm.
8KOESstos. 8ecede from every pame and
kind of Saleratus except the Best Chenical
Salermlut. This ia the kind to use on every
occ-ision, for it is always uniform and per
fect and always holds out weight..
Writen For Fremont Journal.
Against ambition in its own sphere, be it
far from me to utter a word, but ambition
in the extreme has a tendency to cary man
kind in a headlong career down to ruin.
Filled wiih its incentive fire wa rush madly
on heedless of the way. For proof of this,
we need oulv refer to affairs of State at
I home, bnt of this it is not our direct pur
pose to speak. It is that ambition which
inspires, the youthful heart to seek for honor
by sitting in high places, which fills them
with a desire to be called "g eat," it being
of no moment however by what means this
effect is obtained. Ambition is neccessary
to great attainments in life but it should po
sutject to the higher faculty of raeson.
Reason and ambition should go hand and
hand but the former should invariable rule.
If this were always true, what a change our
Eeraonal offairs would assume. This is the
ey that unlocks the secret of mans success
in life. You will observe a man who is a
mediocere, engaged in some humble but
"honorable bussiness the affairs of which he
cad govern and direct with a good degree of
skill and success, but he listens to the song
of this syren which bids time rise higher.
With high hopes be attempts to rise and with
this attempt comes bis ruin, simply because
he has not the capacity to gratp thie new
enterprise. . . ' . ,
. It is every whear acknowledged and ex
emplified that one mind may differ from an
other in brightness as the dazzling rays of
the noon-day sun exceed "the moon's Dale
light, and in fertility as the rich valleys of
the western world differ from the . former
waste of Africa. And there are occupations
which are honorable, suited to every grade
of intellect and every order of mankind,
and in patiently persueing this occupation
we aerive tne source 01 our greatest pleas
ure, out now many ao we see wbo go be
yond this their sphere and failing say it is
my "luck" wheu your abused "luck" has
nothing to do in the matter or if she haa ia
doing her duty well. Instances' of thsa
kind are on daily reccord for the young of
America in their thirst for honor and posi
tiou, seek a profession to give them honor in
stead.of being an honor to theie profession.
Youthful readers, let the guide to your fu
ture avocations "be the lamp of reason ahd
experience. Be not duluded with the belief
that your young aspiration is an inspiration,
bnt ever remember it is far better to be an
honor to an humble drofession than , a di
donor to one. Yon can never fill.
S. Q. LAPINS.
KANSAS, O. April 15th 1867.
THE ODDITIES FASHION.
a'Oneof the 'latest" oddities in the whirrs
of fashion is a large beetle in green enamel
U be worn by ladies. Orr preging a spring
the wings fly apart, revealing a tiny dial on
which the happy posMsaor may see M he
time of day or night, that is, provided that
the beetle proves more than a toy and
makes an exception to tbe jewelers' saying,
that ladies' watches never rnn. " Fashion
haa been of late years tending towards the
ugly, if not towards the positively bideons.
The chignon has made even ugliness seem
beautiful, and the highest triumph of fash
ionable daring is to wear living glow-worms
about the person. Small South American
bugs have been long .,usd as an ornament;
they have a hard green shell -of their own,
and Jook "so little like a living thing that
they are not repulsive. Sut to wear a beet
le, looking like a eet!e and like nothing
else, is carrying rather far tbe.feUow-feeliEg
which .makes us -wondrous kiad to member
of the' reptile kingdom. What next? A
toad, with Shakespeare's precious jewel in
it-1 head, would make a sweet arwx for the
chignon; would it not? Exchange. . - -
THE NATION'S CURSE.
The revenue commissioners estimate that
there are annually consumed in thiscountnr
42.0(10.000 gallons of distilled spirit, 186,
000,000 gals, of fermented liquors,. aDd 10,
000,000 gals of imported liquors, the estima
ted cost 01 Which is $Dll,ulKJ,UUU 011 which
the government derives an income of $47,
727,276. . This of course does not include
the liquor smuglcd into the country, norths
immense amount secretly and illicitly man
ufactured, which would vastly increase this
estimated; nor does it include the enormous
loss annually sustained py labor and eaptitaL.
the result of drinking habits, nor the suffer-;
ing and vice directly caused by strong drink.
' ''Bright as the sun her eyes all gazers strike1,
Aud like the sun they shine on all alike; r
That graceful eate, that sweetness void, of
' pride, '
Might hide her faults, if belles hud faults tb
-. hide,- . -j ,' : , i--..h-, , -a
If to her share some female .errors fall, r ,
Look to her glorious hair, and you'll forget
She probably use "Barrett's Vegetable
Hair Restorative," which ia an infallihle
remedy tor premature grey batrs. baldnex.
and most of tbe ilia the scalp is hair to. A
most elegant toilet article that none should
. Those of our readers who lack a growth of
uair upon tne lace, or tbose whose hatr is
falling out, or have wnome bald, would do
well to try -Da. Skvignb's RssTAOBATrca
CAPlLLAias. :, , This preparation has been
used by -thousands in this country and
Europe, with the most gratifying results.
Testimonials of tbe most flattering character
have been received from the most wealthy
ana icnuenuai citizens 01 me csuntry, and
win oea ut iree to nr.y one, on application,
by Messrs. Berger, Shutts 4 Co.. Chcmista
of Troy, N. Ythe only agents in America
for the sale of the same. Read their adver
tisements in this paper. .
Of tlie many Cosmetics and Toilet Articlps
now-advertised, bat few prove to -be what
they are represented. Messrs. Shutts A Co.
Chemists, of Troy, N. Y., are advertising
extensively several articles that have proved
themselves just as represented.for which they
are acting as ogents. ' We believe trmtn to be
perfectly tiustworihy, and that parties using
their preparations will find thera-fully up Jo
tne recomroenas given. Bee their advertise
merit in another colurrin of this paper.
"The thing It true, according to .the law of
the Medes and Persians, which altereth not,' ,
uan. vi. Vi, mat ilr. J. w. Poland's Whits
Pine Compound is the only never-failing cure
tor uougns, . wim, bronchitis, Pulmonary
nd Lung complaints, and every tvne of
Blander and Kidney affections. .;
Chovnh Medicines should be so comnound-
ea uai tney can be taken "little and often
It is tbe thmac and chest, not tbe stomach.
that is affected. This is one great secret of
tbe success ot Con s Uougb Balsam. Try
it. a 1 araiers 1 uil
8AKSER & MILLER'S
PULLEY SUSPEKSIOfi HOOK.
PATENTED NOV. 13, I'M.
THIS DEVICS isanimpiovedoeus ly which the
upper pully of
V t - HORSE HAY FORKS'
Is suppended, doing away with the danger of
climbing and suspending by a rob or chain, aa 1
usually don. -
Tbe cut represent the Hook as belog adjusted by
pole. Far further particulars, send for circular to
P. 8. MILLKB, Rllertvlue.O..
April U, US7-UajL
THE NATION'S CURSE. New Advertisements.
J 08., dLLQIT'STSEk PENS,
or the old svaxoaJD QriUTT-- r- i n'
' Kama and Dealg
The well known oaionrar. and ropctn Numbers,
Having been aaanmed by ether linn, wa deaf re ao
. caution tne public tn reaceet to aaid imitationa.
ASK FOR GILLOTT'S
: CAUTIOS !--An Injunction wax (ranted by the Su
preme Court (New York) at General Term, January,
.0.1 1 , egaioa. uie Be VJ wuiera VI ma numuwr
, , ; JOS. GILLOTT ft SON,
' No. 91 John Street, New York.
. BuraT Owxs, Sol&Agent. j " .
V t by SO inches, sold only by gents at 14 7.
we give, expenee paid, for two veara, i ) to 'Hocus
AT Fiona," a popular, and tbe b-at Family UtntUf
ovamry. - v. otintBMKiK at uu,
654 Broadway, New York.
HE ARC-TIC FREEZER.
Ntw IaraovxrxTs roa 1867. Sixea 1 la St
onarte. 8end fot llmtratei Circular.
- . E.8. AJ.TORRKV,
, . - .72 Maiden Lane, New York.
PATEN'T aeir-feedbgelrtnlaT hand saw
VT for aawing or rippisg lumber. With the aid
of this machine one man doee the work of live with
eaaa, greataoouraoy, and much leaawaeta. Fire cir
cular ene'.oae atatop to T. J. Wellb, 81 Beekman SL,
New York. "
RTICIAL. LEGS AND ARMS.
The bsit the World alirds. Etbliahea 28 veara.
Send for Circular. WM SELHHO SOW,
No. 616 Broadway. New Toik,
. . Oppoaate St. Nieholaa Hotel.
II. W. JOHNS'
IM P R O VS D RCOFHYG,
Hai baen in us 1 rear, avnvl bat a larger nala than
all other kin 'fl of Othiipflitloa Rooftas eombised.
; J ELASTIC MINERAL CEHElfi,
For repaiiicg leaky rhingle and other roofa.
Preaarvative patnta, roofing, cement, fre. Ezelaaiva
right to aell aad a-ply tb3 materials wilt be given
to responsible and energetic parties. ' Send for de
eripUve oireular, prieea. &c, to - .
H. W. JOHNS, 78 William St, N. Y.
The Metropolitan Collar,
60LD BY - ' '
A. T. S T E W A R T dc Co
Broadway, ChanVra k Read? Streets, !- T.' :.
North American Steamship Co.
. opposition line to , ,
Califoknia,- via. Xioaeaqua,
' EVEBV ib ATS, WTTH "
Passengers, Freight, and U. S. Mails.
THE FOlloWIXO KtRST -CLASS sraAMsnTys:
On Atlantic Ocan. I Con'tz on Facide OJean.
SaxtiaOo dic Ct'st.
. Das ota n,
M0K3 I'ATkOB,-. : yl
- Nkbbaska, j
Pusrnge nd Freight at itednced fefltes.
SAILrKO BAYS from ke-w yop.s. " '
January 10 and 30, 1S7. 1 Aoril 29......'.r..,187.
Februarys!!) I Kay 10 and 30 " .
Maroh 10 and 30, Jane 20th .". . "
And everv twenty days thereafter, leaTingon the
Saturday prevkue when a Rcsrolir Sailing Day comee
on Snndar. For farther information apply to tbe
NORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP CO.
WOT. II. WEBB President, '
bi Exchange Place, K. Y.
D. K. CRRGT05, Agent,
. . -. , -t; 17.i West cor. w arren, Jf. Y--
HRE PILE critr.. ;
Dr Giibert'a Pi'e Inatrnment, for' the
radicaleure of piles, prolapaue, Ac, witb
otit an operation or medicine, relieves
the worst case in 6 minntes, and has nev
f rfailed toeffect a permanentcure. Send
Amenta Wanted -everywhere. - Sent by
mail on receipt of ft. . J B. Romai.tb,
kiauarer, 675 B road war. New- York.
GR E ENBA.CK3,: REVOLVERS,
;Rifles,. and oth-r aplenid gifts '(not braaa)
vkkr to all. No BlanVs, no humbug.'' A e'fr for
rvxrtbodt. Seed two stamps ta x - BANNER"
Binsca:e, S. B.
WANTED - AQEMTS $75 ,T0
S-'OO p-r rnorjtU. CTerjwbere, rae andfemai9
to iotrodnco throahoat tho UnitM States, the
tintTiirai XMPaoTi Common bsb Familt 68wisg
Machiwf- This machio will alitch, hem, fell, lock,
qnitt, hind, bratf and embroider. Tho price i only
i uo Foil warjantfld for nve year. . we win pay
$1 000 fur any machine that will eew a Bti onrer,
more beantifnV t mora elaatie Bara ihaaoars.- It
Dftkes the 4lKlstic Lock Stitch. Every aenond
stiteh can b? cat. and stiil the c'oth eanoot 19 pell -yi
aaart without wrinit it. We piyaeenta frnm
17 to f 200 per month an4 expensse, or a commissiOD
rroia wnioa iwic9inaiaiTmantem m roaae. :-
Addr-, v A .SftCOS A CO., ClereUal, Ohio.
CAUTIOV D- not b" .nnpfa'd upon bf other par-
tlea palmioe of wort riier;ar out-ipsa m:bia&. under
the same name or otherwise.. Oars is-ihe cnly iro-
aine and really practical chp tnaeblae mnafao
, FROM $1,
OR $18 10
Hr p1" cy, can aaxiy be maoe t-e year
winoas nan, in aaev oanoeBii, jurat pleae
int and hoaorable, and ih campetttlon. Good eser
giftie attvota (Ladiea and Ontlemen) are wanted to
represent n in erery tJitj aad Qan..r,''a rare chaaee
mke niOBt7 toa priraaeat .Dop"tvtnont i of-
lerfd to ererr perrtoQ havia? a fcw hoara daf ly to
pare. For fur-.her particuUrs peate calL oa, or ad-
G. Wa JACKSON CO:, U-Sonth St , B-iItimore
'ttt if FOR A BRICK M C H I JfE,
H? J YjJ eimr SlfO with teronerlni box end
moulds. Warranted to make 1.0Q0 brick, p-r dvr.
eta superior quality. AdUrees FKl' Stfdttb.L,tK,
Duoyrua, unto.. : a.i j,' . n
C10NSUMPTI0N CAN BE OTJRED
The True remedy aUiaat discovered., fpham's
Vieah Meat Cure, 'ri p.red froai the formula of
fror TrouBa.au of Pans, carewCoasirmptifra, Lung
Qieea.ee, Brsnchitie, Dyswpsia, Ma asauv Genr
eral Drbility, aod all morbid conditions of the sys
teiudependTon deSeiency ot vital force. Ifis pleas
ant to taste, acd a virtu, as the g'eit healinir.r.m
edy of the age. a bottle, r r s bottles for SO. Sent
byExpteaa. 8oldby3 C. CPHAU,-ro- 2 South
Eighth Strret PhiUdelnbia-and prioxipal Druigists.
L'ircslaraant Jrre. i '."V'fi ?'' 16 '
Neither wealth, reflo-ment, atatlcn, or condition
exempt. . The Philotoken. or Ffm.leb' Friend, ev.
sale forthe beneht of females antfering from hye3
teria, nanaea, nervoua irritability, diatressirg appre
hensions, and all those troublesome complaints that
invite nrematsr of old age, aco render Ufa misera
ble. Dm crip'.ire pampb1,! fut on rec-ipUf postaxe
tamp. ' BAKKAL, RliLEF fc Co..
, l , . -. . , .11 Chanibeiatreat, Kew YSrk
RIsLF.lf'iilil'CHIJ ia thrtK for piiu and
wciikceta intlie bari and loio-: n.n l.:i tl.u
eompiatntareenlttngfrom' deraug.miit of tbe b,j.
aeya aad urinuy artrana. bold In la' bottles by
thedrngirists. HARR Ms RI3LF.F. & Co..
H boieaale Druggists, 111 Chamber St, K. Y.
WANTED SALESMEN, to sell
an article deairab'e at everr rood han,.. u-n
clearing f;om 150 to $3)0 per mooch. For fur
ther pirticaiara aidr sa- C. T. U avtksos, "traftoa, O.
NO SOAP ! NO TTATER ! ! NO NLOF !
Brown's Glaaa Cleaning Poliah, patented Octo
ber 10, 1165, for cteaDioz and uoiishieir windows-
mirrors, cold, silver-slated ware, braaa. cornier, tin.
A ne inrenlion of the greatest nractical
worth, eonven'enee aod eouomr. Iudfurej.v.ie i
prirate house keeper, hoti l keepera, store keen-
u . - u.tL vinaniHi mj iii-s irsM. TOT IUU
'lf" 'CM. BROWN.
71 Bleckerstreet,N 1
LADIES, discard injurions paddirifrs.
.Ilndnme Jamel'S .Innmrlnl Bnlm and
Ptlcut llieasl. tlevator ..lrrelopa the form
phThio ogicallv. DeDot. 33 Canal St-eet. V.
stamp for Tre&tue. Bold by Druggists.
WHAT will it do ? is the first iuquiry
1hesi.:k make cincernins' a medinine. Snn-
Tabxaht's Skltteh aptkie.vt is the a ul-jectof
interrogatory, wht then: Simply this r: ply.
will rell jre aod eure heacache. nausea, flitulence.
rroosnrrs.coatleeoeu. debility, tllionsness, aad
ige.iioo. flti oj irruzfciis ererywberv.
CONSUMPTIVES, Yon i!l
,rt tLe reciD6 for a toret enre for Cfnifh.
G'jtCn, Ci'SHTF'ptT'Mj, j-rd tH inr; Cunipliint. by
aecd'nto 0. Aum. Vo. 391 Viz-l 't'eetf Tw Tork.
seivia it Irre. H :ite fot it. V. hs curre-, tof
WANXE D-AgektI 0,000 agents,
IB ale aa.-krifaa.ei: tn.nrh mA hw at
(iveiaDderiCffCPttcen'ii.feMirsix nw aul nie'oJ
dresBCBSkRT f CiTtlacd O.
CLOTHES WRINGERS ;
Soil anl fcpsiYid dating th cut six west a, at '
CANFISLI) BK0'3, ly . -MmSpdJ
. .- D. E.'CIILD.
Helmbolit Extract Bnclm and Ipavo
Wasa curea aeretand del o.tedisorlar in all
atax,atlittle expanse, little or no change in
no incsnvenienci and no exposure. It Is pleaa.
in taste and odor, immediate In its action, and
from all lejarions properties,
MVch 1,18?-vMnirl, .
jT W. PUT NAM. .
Sicillian Hair Renewer
Crbkewsthjeaul . j
" Hail's VcirABL 8ioiu.tA Batb Ratvowia
Restores wray ilair to tba original anew.
Ball's Ymitasu 8icnitA Hai Rntwga
- - i Prevents the hair from falling oft
Ball's Vioaa-ASLa Sicillia Hii a Rapswaa
V Unkee the hair soft and g'osay. -
Hall's Yioktabu Sicilliajt Haib RiAswra -
. . Does not stsia the akin.
'-' Aall's Vigktablw 8icitLrur HAta'Rcnrwu .
Has proved ttaalf tbe beetpreparation for tbe '
"." i i hair ever presented to the public -For
sale by alfdrngglata. . . ' . ' " Price II 00. r
R. P. HALL A CO.. Nashua, B. H.,repiieto a.
February 2S; 1S67. 7m3-. ... i
THB IXPERIEXCE OF THB FAST TKlf YEAR3
haedemonatrated the fact that reliance may be
placed in tbaeffieary of
BEJuVri SPECIFIC PILLS
for the speedy and permanent our of seminal weak
ness, emissions, pbyeical and nervous debilltr, im
potence), or want of power, tbe reaultef eexu'alex.
oeaa.or youthful lndiaawtion, which neglected ruina
the happiness and unfits the sufferer It ruainesa.
social aoeiety or marriage, and often terminates Innn
untimely grave. Make no delay in seeking the rem
edy. It la entirely vegetable and barm Ve onthe
system, can be need without detection or intarfo-i ng
with business pursuits, and no change of diet is ne
cessary while ueing them. Price, one dollar.
K you cannot get them of four druggist, send the
money to Dr. J. Bryan, SIB Broadway, N. Y and
they will be aent fren from oe-cr ration by return
mall. Private circulars to gentlemen sent free on
application. . rJcaeovlSnfiy,
Lyon'. Periodical Drops.
The Great Fendtt Remedy for Irremduriiies.
THESB DROPS are asdeatideally compounded fiu
idpreparation, andbctterthen any Piila. Powders
orNoatruma Belngliquid.theiraction ia direct and
positive, rendering tbem a reliable, apeedy and cer
tain apeeific for the eure or all obstructions and anp
preeeions of nature. Their popularity ia Indicated
by the faot that over 103,000 bottleaareannuallyaold
aud conanmed by the ladieeof the United ijtatea, ev.
ery one of whom speak in the strongest terms ot
firaiaa of their great merita. They are rapidly tak.
ng the place of every other Female Remd r, and are
considered by all who know aught af them, atha
surest, aafeat,and moat Infallible preparatien ia the
world, for the'eare of all female complaints, the re
moval of aliohatanetioaa of nature, and the aromo-
x i i : . i . . n ..
need without produeing effects eootrsrvto naton,'.
chosen laws, will be found -carefully folded around
each bottle, with the written signature of Jobs L.
Lvov, without which none are genuine. 1
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. L YON.lsi ehapel S treat.
New Haven, Conn., who can beeonaultod either par
sonally.or by mail.(aelosiag stamp.) eoaoernmg all
private diaeaaee and female wea'aneaeee. Sold by all
Drnrgietseverywhere. 0. S. CLARK CO..
KvHuSSy j Gen'l Agents for C. 3. and Canada, i
HAIR EXTERMINATQR U t
For Removing Superfluous-Hair. - '
To the radios especially, this InvalnaWedepilitftiy
reeommends ilsaif aa being an almcst indispensable
article to female beauty, ia easily applied, doea not
burn or injure the skin, butac'a directly on tberoots.
It ia warranted to remove auparflanua hair iiom low
foreheida.or from any part of tie b)dy,eompletel,
totally and radically extirpating the same braving tba
skin soft, smooth and nataral. , This is the only ar
ticle oi 4 by the French, and le the only real effe
tnal depilatory iaextstanee. Price 76 cent s per pack
age, sent postpaid, to sny address, on receipt of an
order, ky ' - . .. . - , -' :
t, , BKBaER,.6BrjTT3 Co , Cbemlrta.
'' ' 2t River St-eet, Tmy. N.V.
:Jia5h 1..1867. -f, : ..; ... orris rU n9ji.--
A MODERN MIRACLE.
From old and young, from rich and poor, from
highborn and lowly, comes tbe Uarvareal Voice of
i SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
It ia a perfect and mlraculoua article. Cures bald
nese. Hakes hair grow. A better dressing than any
wollH or pomatum. Softens brash, dry and wiry
hair into Beautiful Silken Tresses. But, abuve alt.
the greatest wonder ia tbe rapidity with wbicb it
reetoraa GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORltiDf AL COLOR. -
Ceo it a few tinvs, and
. .. presto, CHAjres: - -:
the whitest and worst looking hair resumes i te youth
fnl beauty. It doea not dye the hair, hut strike
at the voot and fills itwith new life and coloring mat
ter. It will not take a long diaagreeable trial to
prove the truth of this matter. The drat applica
tion will do good; you will sea the NATURAL COL
OR' returning every dav. and
BEFORE YOU KJfOW IT,
the old, gray, discolored appearance of the hair win
be gone, giving place to lutroua, shining and beau
tiful locks . - .. . , . ; , .
Ask for Hall's Sicilian Hair Renewer; no other ar
ticle ia at all like it iaeffeot.. You will (nd it ' '
CHEAP TO BCY, PLEASANT TO TRY,
- 'and SURE TO DO YOU GOOD.
There are many imiratrotisr Be sure you procure
th genuine, mannfaetnredonly by 't , ;
R.P.EA1L. C0.,.yasu , J. H.
For sale by pll druirgista. -. . . X3ylJ
LOVE & MATRIMONY.
The affectlom of tbe opposite aex mar be earned b
follawiog simple rules, and all may marry happily
if deatred, withont regard to wealth, age or beauty
Bene au-eecea eeretope ana stanip lor parucuiare 1
nadam LUUILLfi uksiakkk, Hioie tiouae, N. Y.
'-' ' roacovlSnSy
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
So. 2, .
STt Vifl Opposite the Bank of
; " ' dV. H'.R.A'J.T.AI'FEB,'-r1
TTrornsDrMoeatfaHTaMonTke to tb citiiana- of
f Vreaaontand irarfonndinir conntry,tlistbe baa
Just opened an entirely bw aiook of
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which he ia nrenared to sail. Wholesale and Retail.
at the lowest flzurae. He would especially invite
Hotel and Saloon-Keeper, to exsmiae his roods, be
fore purchasing elsewhere. CHE Wi"Q T0BACCO,of
the Beat aranoa.
MEERSCHAUM PIPEsTmaTPHES, CI
"OA R-H0LDERS A TOBACCO' "
'" ! : ' - : '-' POUCHES, j r ' ' '
lnndless Y&rietyconatantly on hand.
17 City andcouotr) customers will he aapplled
wtta everytning in myjine or easiness, at reaiona
oie prioea. -j ' i
Fremont. June 1, 186. SSyl.
MAFUTAOTURER ASD IjEALER IA
ALL KINDS 0? '
TOBACCO A1VD SEGARS !
tn Bucklnnd's New Block, Opposite tb
1st Katie nal Bank, ''
' " FREMONT, OHIO. ,
SIGN . OF THB Bid INDIAN,.
t ROCERS.Saloon'keenera. and Hotel nronriaraa
T are oapecially invited to call and exadintomr
Stock. Ii ie the largest and most complete of any
novAipun tots section 01 toeoouniry. :
Mr motto Is quick aaleaand amallprodta.
Feaoiont, Nne. 2. 1 S71 .
.- " Coffin,
AT THE ' ;
NEW CARPET -STORE
SIS SUPERIOR. 'CTHEET,.;'. .
HAYS a Sue assortment ot Yelvet, Brussels, Ta
pestry, Three-ply, Iegran. Cottage and Hemp
C.'oeting. Also, Fluor Oil Clotbs. Coeoa Matt eg,
Wiadow Sbad-r, Lace Carta in . Damask Catuins,
and Fiami Cover., Door Mats, Rugs, Ac ,
LOVVEST CASH PRICES.
, . Eegl- B: ck,
F15 Snpe.ier 8re-r-
Laoe Curtains and Shades.
BEClWITH & STEItLlXO,
1S7 fc 1S9 Superior St, CIvTeUadf Ot..
HAVE just tveired at their immenfe Etahl'sb.
m-rut fthe laxeetGrpatatore ta tbonnt!Y.
largisck of -
1 i. '. '
rELrer. .. Brussels,
' . t PLT INQ RAINCAR PETS.
new and and beautiful patters.
Also.UUinn. Mate. Floor and TaMsO'l Ciotha1
an elegaat 7riaty of Lseean-1 H aslia Curtirr,
Band Shad's. Damasks, Brocatel)s: A. Aetbey
Import there foreign goods acd buy froti manufactn-
iirect,tney are o:r.nng gooes atA-rAtiyrsaiicra
Parties furnishing ar reoueet to eaainine their
good sud prloca. Uel -
AVOID THE QUACKS.
Tf yon- ar suffering from tne effect of YoutHful
lnd.sertln aad havweeminal Weakoeaa, Fmisaiona,
I will send you, rs of ckarpt, information
which if followed will cur- you without th aid ol
medolnea- - Andreas
UI5KT AMSOFJf, BUtlon D. New York
. i oo visa
TOBACCO AND CIGARS. PATENT MEDICINES
- Stop Thief! Stop Thief J I
, r - . And cure your cold wPb" t
HaniUtdB's - Medicated Cough
WlUli .CANDY. v .
A ue rase for CorGHS, COLD?, BltOVCBITISl,
"is s a au. i aao an oieeu.e ot toe TuHOAT and
IXh QSi and a aura preventive oi that fatal disease
I'-"-''" ' PRICI ONLY Wota.
One million sold annually, gold at, Dllon tSon'a
and Mc Calif ch'a Fremont, Bibbe k Water Elmore;
ana by dea'era generally. n2m3pd
i -. '
-; - Oh 1 ah waa beautiful aud .'a it,
With starry ees acd radiant hair.
-..... Tgjjose curling teodrila soft entwined, '
.!' - Fnehained the very heart and mind.
For Curling the Hair of either Sex into
- ,Wavy and Glossy Ringlet, or
Heavy Massive Curls.
By using this article Ladies and Gentlemen can
beautify tbemse'ves a thiusxnd fold. It (e tbe only
aitioie in the world that will curl etraight hair, and
at 'he eme time glee it a betutUnt, g oey appear
ance. Tlie Crisper Coma not onlyenr.a tbe hair, hot
in.igoratrs, beautiflra and eleaas-a it: ia highly and
delightfu'ly perfume-), and la lh m?et complete ar
ticle of the kind ever offered tn the Amer'ean public.
Tiie CriaperComa will he seat to any sddreea, sealed
and postpaid for Sl.CO.
Addresa all orders to - -
- W .U. CLARK k C0Cbemirrs,
, -Ko 3 WeRt Fayette Streat. Svraocbs kfi Y.
February 16, 1867. (."acria vl& h7 yl.
, There cometh glad tiding of jcy to all,
To young and to old, to great and to mnr;
The beauty which oneewaaso precious and rare.
Is tree for all, aad alj may be lair. -
By the use of
WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL,
For Improving and Beactifying th C'cmplfxion.
The most valuab.e snd perfect preparation iu us, for
giving ton a. in abeantuul pearl-like tiat,tbat,ia on
l ft und in youth, it quickly temovra Tan, Fieklea,
Pimples, Blotches, Both Pstcfccs, rallowners, Ernw
tions.andall impnmiee of the ekin, kindlr h.&:g
theaame, leaving ihaakin white atd clear aa aiabaa
tr. Ita use cannot be ejected by tte t loseat aero ti
ny, od being a vegetable preparation ia perfect y
barmtiss. It i th only article ot th hind used by
lhe F ier.cb.sud isronaiJered by the Parisian aa incia
peaiabte t a perfect toilet. I pwarc of 80,l0ll bob
tleaweie sold during the pasi year, aauk-cieal guar
autee of its t Stair.. Price cniy i cents, ttnt by
mail, jKiet-pai'i, on receint of on eraer, by
BtKUER, SiiCTTS Co., tjiemialB,
2eo River St , Troy. Y.
" February 22, 1867. i&hctts tU eS yl.
It EPAlt ATOlt CAP1LLJ.
Threw away yoarfaTre trizzes, rwiteh,yoar wig
DttrueT.!Teo cjmfort, aoUnot orhang; -Cjniead,om
jouiA.;uteiue ogiy ar, -r-Aud
rtjoaceinyourown luxuriant hair.
. t UEPAKATOU CAPILIaI. .
f orreilcfiog h&ir upon ta'd hftds (frcm vhaUrer
eiu te it my hav? fallen Gat) and toicrn? a growth of
hair npoa the faee. it haa nutqual. it wiVjo-eo the
heard to grow nioa tht smnotLosi aice) in from fire to
eight wtttu er hatr upoh hild heads- in from two to
thra mouths. Afewigaorunt piactttiunera faaTaaa
aerted that there isno.nmg that will farce or tHBten
the growtliUf theTBilt orbear3. Their ateertioDiare
Ulae, a thoat-anda oriivlojr wituesses (fiom their
own eipeiiecce) can tear witness. Bat o,aoy wili
say, how we are to distiugafph the genome from the
iporiowsr U oertaiDly ia difli;uii. nine-teMha of
thedtflirent Prparat;ODs adveitiwd forthe hair and
beard are entmf wtrthlese., aod you hare already
thrown away lajRa.iiioaiuU ia ii-iir puroha.-ie. To
such we would say, try the Kepmrator lis pith; itwi:l
cost yen nothing ont?fs it folly' com e np to our rep
reeetrUtioaa. Ii yooK-DniiriBt does not beep it send
ns one dollar ana we will forward i. postpaid, trcreth-
eYwitharce-pt for the roocey.whi'-h will On return
ed you on application. nxoTidingentutatufacUon ia
cot g'Ven. AOjrts
W. L CLARK DO., Dhen.s
Nev WriertiiS-r-e,aTaiX3w: N T.
February 15.1&r. . ... Ocxrs 16 ml jrl.
; Know thy Destiney.
Tf ADAMS K. F. THORSTON,the?reat EopTTplr
ASTfOKHCist,uiatcToyaa. aaa rsjcoontr.ciai,
ft tio has aetoti iehod tb- eciectihe ctassee of L Old
Wotld,haa now leted herself at HadAua, IS'ew Torfc.
Mads me Thornton pone9efl such wonderful powers
of a-cond sipbt, s tu enable her to iropart koowlet'fre
of tlie greatest importoce to the single or Bariitdiif
either m-x. WhAA AAAaiaie ol-taataaM,, she delinesUs
tbe rery features of the person you are lo- uurryy aed
by the aid of an inatrnment of intense power, known
as the Psycho my trope, guarantees to prodnte life
like picture of the future hotthsnd or wife cf tbsp
pl'Caot, together with date of m arrive e, posit ten in
life, leadiDg traits of ehiater, ko. Tnie is do ham
bug, as thousands of teU mania's can assert. fhe
will send when desired a eeriided eertilieate. or writ
ten guaradtee, that the ptrtnre is hat it purports to
be. By enclosing a smiU lov'k of hir, and stating
viace of birth, ax disposition and snnpUxUn, aud
enclosing 01 ty caas aai ittmpei eoTelope addrvrvsed
to yenrstilf, you wiU receire the picture and desired
iriformatioa by retern mail. AH o. mmuuicalioniS
credly confi itTatUI. Addres In c?cQd?nce, Madaxk
E- F. Tborstot. V. 0. B -x 223, Hudson, N. Y.
1 Febnwy 15, 1S-TT. v - ' (yucrrTeiTlS nTyl.
SUFFER NO MORE!!
Whvuby'tue am of Dr. Join villi's EVxir you can
be cored oermaoently. and at a tridtoar e st
TIih a-itoDahitjj success which has attoadpd thi
inTaluible m-'diciue for physical and nerroos weak
Dfs, gensrsl debiiity and prostration, to, oi c:ue
lar en-rgT, Impotensy. or anr of thecoisiQ.aiiCv'a r
yoathfirl iadiseretin, renders it the most ralnaUe
preparation verdis:OTerea .
It will remrive ali anrons a.f c.oas efeprettsioa,
excttemcnV iccapaelty to i udy or baias. ios of
arenwry canraston,, thenvhta of te.f-cestraciioi!,
fears of insanity, &c.u'lt will restore 'lie appetite, re
new tae neaitn Qi monv w3 niTe dvsuoyed it e;
8t nsoal eict!S or ti! prsc'ics.
1 Young mn. te hnftOiuirad no more y "QrsclE
Doctors" aadigUtTsat praet tinners, vat ani with
ont dfisy f rtw Elixir, sdU b At once retored tn
health aod hpvice, A wrtve en re is gnarxnired
in erery instacoa. ior. $1 GO, ox kur bo -.ties to one
ad nf. Tro.
One battle le sniSdent to clTect a cure in a'l ordi
narr ca s.
Also, Dr, JoinriUVs Fptclfc Pvls, fnr the ped
nd permautDt cure of gooon-h, git. uretlrrai
disel.arcea. rraTLVrietur aod ni alTeotions of lb
kidneys and b ad-ier. Cares effected in from one to
fire days Thy are prepared fromTegVsbleexltuets
that are ha teles on the system, andnerer nauseate
th9tomch or .Trjpregnstetheb'eath. No change of
diet tsneasvy white est ogtnem, nor does inmr ac
tion Id any matinriater'cie with biaicese pureuita.
roce i o-j ppr dot.
Either of the abore mentioned articles will be sent
to eny address, clocely sealed, and poitaid, bj mai
viejABTw,uD rrcvpt vi uiicv,
Addrrs all tr iers to
BSRGEV. 3HCTT'. k Co.. Chemists.
No-283 iT9i'3tr-t,T'y. S T,
Marjhltia7. s Cttb tJS n9 yl.
Page's Climax Salve, a Family
Wessing for 25 cents. . . ,
It heals irithoat a scar. No
family should be -witlioiit it.
TVe Trarrant it to cure Scrofula
Sores,' Salt Eheum, Chilblains,
Tetter, dimples, and all Erup
tions of the Skin. For Sore
Breast or Xipples, Cuts, Sprains,
Bruises; Burns, Scalds, Chap
ped Hands, c., it makes a
It has been used orer fifteen
years, -witliont one failure.
It has no parallel hating per
fectly eradicated disease and
healed after all-other remedies
had failed. It is a compound of
Arnica vrith many other Extracts
.and Balsams, and put up in
larger, boxes lor tae same price
than any oilier Ointment.
, Sold by DrngjFtn cvorynaarc TVhite'A How
laud, Proprietors, f6 1.iberty Street, Sctv York.
' - ITCHl'lTCH! ITCH i
SCRATC H; SCRATCH! M HATCH I
Wlll enra tbe Itch In 48 Honrs!
Alsoeona SALT RHECM, UICFRS. CHILBL4IN8
nd all ERT'Pl iOKS OFTUESKIS. Price to cents.
For ..Ie by all r-rupgiste. By sending eMIcts to
WEEK A HOTTER. Sole -n?s 170 WahigUn
slreet, Uostcu, it .ill be ft-.rn arded by mail freool
postage, to any part of the United Stat-..
' - riTr ni.r-n. ;
DR. J BKTAV, CONSfLTING PHYSICIAN. ,
819 BEiArWAV. Niw Yokk.
SPFCULTKE tTVENT in allcaaea of lumin
al, Sexual, Urinary and Nervoaa 0:seaaeain male or
female . -
tovicn Frss n l r,rr-.p.-)oi;cac eT;cvr.v rortri-
DSXTIAL j c i C VISi if
Or m Sllwer Medal
WAS aIWAEDID to
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
ttiA N. H. Ptafft Air.rultTral Bot-icfr.si
us rsir douic-b in Akunua, cpt.ai, Xjuo.
BAKHET T 9
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Bcstorea Gray flair to Ita normal color. Pro
motes vie g-nwmot tlie uair. i.DaaTea ta
room u uieir oniwi organic kiioo t.aai- .
eata Uanurutt aoa Humors, rrercnia W
Uair tallu ? out. 1, u .supeior urcswii.
it courauiM no uijuri'ju. inr-cu'riiia,
aOU 1. inc 1TO-.1 Mipiu.r3nu ivu-
A.ast, v r't. it, ai ana em m
J. M- BAHnETT & CO., Proprietors,
JIASCnEETZH, K. n.
E. nil.LOX t SOX, A". rnmoct.
h. H. yVEIiS, iilno e. .
W. B. DIJiiHCK, BclieTit?. lljl
Whiskers ard Mustaches ! !
I70ROPD to grow npon tho smoothest ra- to frn
thrr e to dve weeks by using Dr. eeioe's Res
taurateur Capill.lre. ti.e H-.oat r n-'erfnl dlsco-e y
mcdrrn science astiug neon th. beard ahd hair In
analmnt mlraculoua manner. It has been peed ty
tbeelit of Paris and Lon-'on with the most uittex
leg snccers. Iim-of all pu-c'taaera will be 10. la
terrd, and if entir aatieraetion imot gieen tn evij
ma'anr. th money will be ebe-fy;i:- refunded.
Pr'ce by mail, aealej and paatpaid, I . QtisriptiT
circular anl tea'imouia? meiled !:. AdOrtis,
8ER8ER, HUrTaOo., Ch-mi'U No. 5M River
Street, M. T itole agent for th Cnitd at-a.
Haroh !, IM7. ilscrrsrUa.il.
GREAT NEW ENGLAND
IJOCTOSl : -aV
J. W-POLAD3 . r-.
WHITE PnJE COMPOUI3D.
Is now olfeaeA to the aAlcted throne-boat tba eoaa-
Aswyataa liawri-g bean tiaved by the teat of elevwa
yea'a, iu in a,w frrlaad state, wnerw in aswni
have aecaTa.aaw.il kwvwasthe-rrriaawanb, la
part, it derivee ita virtue. '
TBE WHITE -PIXE COMPOUSD
Cares aora broat. sold, eoagha, drptberia, b-on-ehltia,
sp-ttieg of blood, and pulmonary ejection
renera'ly. It ia a remarkable remedy for kidney eea
p aint., dlak-tea. d.ffico .iy of swtdi aria, kaaenisg
from th kidrejs and alad-lee, gravel and that eons
The White Pine Compound.
"It wa ear'y ia th spring of '61 that this eoaa
poind was originated. A membr of my family waa
afllicte-lwlih an irritatioe of tb.th:oat attended wtth
dla.grsrable eoagh, 1 had for aoaa month P'i
on thovght that a preparation having for ita basis
the inside bark of whi'e pine might be ao compound
ed as to be very ae-fal in disease f th throat and
lung. To teat tbe value of it in th eaae alluded to,
I eompirtnded a email quantity of the medietno that
I tad been p'anning.and gaee it in tea pooafal do.
Th reault waa exceedingly (ratifying Within t
daya th irri'ation of the throat era removed, th
coogb rubaided, and a apeedy enre waa effected. Sooa
afttr thia I aent to a lady in Londonderry. M. H..
who bad been eod-ring fnr mom wk baa a bad
eowA. oeeafnrt by a suddew cola, aad had saassil
rn.cn. strer Mih hiod..8baooa (raid relief aad
aent for mere, i-'h for k about tea ounce of It, nd
g-twel. J.R.Clarke. fcq, editor of the Haaet tev
Daily Mirror, made a c i.l of the same preparation ia
the ca-e of a a-Tera cold and was cured immediately.
He wa. toh-ghlT pleaeed wi'.h thereralta, aad ewew
adeetin aucceaa a'.t n ing ita aalee, if placed befor.
the pnWic, 'hat be 2ta!'y persuaded m torivart
name, and s-nd it abroad to benent tha mffertng. Ia
Nee ember, BVS, I get advertised it under h nam.
of Wbii Pine Compo'td. In two year frrm that
tim there bad e-n wbolRaled In Bancheeter alew.
In hundred dollare waith, where it took th lead of
a tba ccuzh remedea in the market, and it still
aiotsics tl.at pcaitlon. There ia good leases) for
jt; ft ieTeryootbingnd healing in ita aatare, is
mirg w '.he atcmach, and pieaaaat withal to th
ta.t and ie eaceedinply cneap.
'a remedy frkiiiMv complaint Ihw White Fine
rem pout d atanda nnrtraied. . It waa not originated
for tt purpose; hot apenon in using itfor aeongh'
wa not only cored of tbe rocrb. bnt was laa cur ad
of a kidney 'oiiScnlty of ten yoara' staadina 8iaw
that accidental diarovery maey thoneands kavad
it for tbe ease e?mp'aint, and aav brew orB,laely
Th above waa written by Dr Poland ia 140. 8 inc.
thfn, aa in Maneherter. the Whit Fir Compound
has taken the lead of all cough remedlrs, aaw.M a
pKroraton forthe cure ciiidcev d;mcult;e",la ev
ery city, town, village and ham!et throughout tha
ew England Sra'e. - xs -. . .- i -i
TI-ia itn,edy iaascaf sod pleasant to tak salt Is
The editor rf the KBcbftev Dairy and Weekr,
Aftrr. r,ia the Vaderof the nail., thus write of the
Cr.n-pt.und: ."The White Fire Compound ie adver
tired it n-nrh knath in our rb'umns. and wr.
harpy to ha-n that th dimaad (erit i. iDCrawserg
beyoni-llp-e.i4aexpratationa.. Hi thvry hftt
medicine trr eoelia and crlda wo knnw of, and na
fam:li tht has erne ored it will te without It. W
r peak from awewn knewkdge. it is snretokill a mid,
ar,d pleuantaa it ia nr. . Th greatrat inveniirna
come by accident, and it is Angular that tb Whit
Pine Compound, made for cough and eolds ahom,'4
prove to be the gr-ateat remedy for kidney difficulties
hnovai. But ao it ia. Wa cannot doubt it. ao many
tertimonrala come to pa fit tn wefl kaowaTnen. B
siiiee, tb -cbaractarof Br.' Fo'anel Saruab that w
k;ow m-t he will. lot csnntensjice what Is wroxg.
For yea".. - j -',
A Bipttat e'ergvinan, awtinr medicina tS4
remecieatcr hiaituiate, wttb, a deticalc, coneuarn
ti' look, a'anUiog with one fort upon the grave, h
made the dipeorery wblch saved himtolf, aad called
out from olhtr tb atrcnieat tewtimonial powatb.
We havekar wn J)r. Po'axd ov;n,and sever knew
a mot encaclentiona, hoceat. uptight man, ard are
g's'J toiatethat we beTlero whatever h aayvabom
hi W bit FTn Compound.:-'. S ' " -THE
1VCIIK PISE COMFOrSD.
Fre;sredstthe Vev Eng'sud Botanical Depei, ICS
ITanov-r Streu Bor.ttra, under th upairhiion of
Kev. J. W P"!ard
St 6og k arm.t'org. Hrveland, Ohio, and BairB
llv'rf, ( arfl-ld, Ohi", Wbeieaale Agents. - . r
rr leae by aif-DTwireitB in Fremont.
Barrh 15, lff.7. . (hd enVvlS all al ep a re
. CSE PKATT "BrTCni!tt'i - I
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
WatranUd fa case af Bhemnarlsm. Heorajgla, Brulea
- . , ... . or Eaina. r . ... - , j .
'-.--. . . . .
Toe Best and Cheapest Horsa and CattJw
Medicine In the-World I f
Cud UnrngtoMt tot United State and Cam
ados during U ttut 33 yeart.
Fnr the care of tbe various Dlxeaaea to which
iioraes and Cattle are subject; uch aa
Fonnder, Distemper, Hide Brand, Law f
Appetite, in warn Htrnina, Yellow water,
Fistnia, Poll Evil, Hcnttcbea-- or -
Orease, htacre. Inflammation of tb. r
Eyea, and FHtlgrie from II ard Labor; i
' also, Klienmallsm," (commoniy eailer)1
to many vainaute
SLOAN'S CCXDITIQ?! P0WCER
Oa tb tart-jet l of any Dam and Caul. Medios.
a this osonary. It mcompoeed of berbaand roota, a4
fctr mlldneasraftity, certainty and tltonmgbaas, ataaKSi
pra-earineaMy at the head of the list of Bam eaal
It carriea off all grass huraora, prevents hoi sua free
eecouilog stiff or iTrniridering, parlne tire blood, )ooao
th akin, aad give It smooth and gloaay ssewarani,
-leanaoa th water and trengthi -ry part of th
sudy. It I ale a eat and certain remedy (ur co;bs,
and oolak, which sfMsat ao many fetal date a.
Th Cow raqnlrea to benrppNed wtth an armodancoa
kiodnot to nwk bar no thla la aotesairabl. but I
keep np regul.tr secret Inn of milk, and- all owner of
own will And by glriog them - - - . , - ai
sz.oAirs coNSZTXOir rowDrss
twice a week, a large increase In quantity and quality
of milk and cream. , It earrk off all fever and lm-
purttlee of the blood. The effort la seen in r-ongtiout tne
season by a rich and abnodant flow of milk.
Tb farmer ia beginning to be aware of the valnaM
propertle of bloan'0 OtmdUiam Poscdrr, In pro.
motion th condition of hie ebeep aad preventing saaa
ml th dlseawa of all th domes Ooatsd aalmala,
M Iftv cent Backae-e of Ioara' CmAWUm.
fomter put Into a barrel of swill w b-rtter than two
bushels of aora to Bitten a hog, and is . certain pv
vantlr of Bog Cholera, Blind Staggers, and other
dtjosss common among; lioga.
CA C TI O.Y To nroteel onraelvea and tba onblla
from being imposed opon by worthies Imitation, th
genuine will bear th fat lisuls algnatare of th Fro
prietor oa th wrapper.
PBJOXSt . MCT3.PESB0TTXI.
, ; a. j- ; - J r '
F. a Drawee- U3S.
. 'AT WHOLESALE BY
D00LEY & BRO'.
AT RETAIL BY '
S. BUCKLAND fe SON, "
E. DILLON." fe SON,
4 U tlll i S T OF EL & CO.,
IX Successor t C. i. Mr seer. . - ,
X VXTTACTTKVWS rig
ur rvr:3Tir!rG si a chine si
PITTS' SEPARATOR ; . . . ;
's VioCbury Ps'.nt SeTrtoe, Pitta Pouble Ia-
ion Vow. r, a. i th Iron HietPwe far .ighs .
or ten -rre. ; M.e in Track. Wagoaa,
Powr Cora 3illera. o.
SHOP-Cov as Cnr-rats' Foundry, Water srreet.
opweile Ao ma Hall,3.adusky,o. .
REPAIRING DOXE on SEJQt OTIC?
vlon'dtnu ;.. .
mCRE3oflao4 oa BaaClar river" Wlaewri
i offered at a rreat bargain for cash, or in ea
ahanga for lumber deliVTrM next fall, erproe-rtata
'-'I.t4, : 'Dt-i-0lU'0' Fa0hI5
T... I---. v. ,r ,',1 1 irTiflimrFlTili iwilllfal
wmen prove rauai tn
Horses to tbla- eoontir
' At - r Aa.
a. - v5w at fi