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JHE yKIOrrpAISIFIO :
; Railroad Company.
THEIHJTIRST MORTGAGE BOND8
. ' " AS AH imeTMiitr.
The n.Wfrfrtm of tha Cnloa Paelfio Bailroad,
toe. with Ita saai eonnecttoun. aa aabrokea Hoe
acmes tht aoBttaeat, attracts etteatioa to the value
aftbaTiret Mortgage Bonoa which the Company
ow offar t the public. Th tret question soke aw
piadea-t mvseton ts, An these beads nil!1!
)Tcrt,"An they profitable laveetmeotf To reply
1st Tka aarljr oeemplettoa el tha whale gnat Hat
ta tlx Facto la aa aartala aa any futon business
evcreanlbe. Tho eoveraBt grant ot ova twenty
links acres of land and nfty milllca dollaia ialta
avt koada pnatiaallrgMnataM it. Oae fourth of
. tbe work Is aintdy done, and ttetrarA eonunues to
Ukddstthe nteof twesailesa day.
id. The rka Pacific Railroad boada ara issued
apoa what promises to ba tht most profitable Uaaa of
rail -road la tha country. For many yaara It moat ba
the-waty tea aaaaaetiBc tha A tea tie and Fsclnc;
aad being withont competition, it eaa maintain ra
Id. 426 miles of tbia road ara finished, aad telly
eqaipped tta depots, loeomotivea. ears, Jcc, and
two traias an ranniag daily each way. tba aiaterl
ala tor the remaining 02 mtlaa to tbe aaatara baaa of
tha Booty Mountains' an oa hand, and it la ander
aoatraat to ba dona la September.
4th. The aat aaminga of tba aaotloaa alraady no.
isbed an areerai Iisms grfr thaa tha gold latar
aat apoa tha Tint Mortgage Boada apoa aach aae
tioaa, aad if sot aaothor mile or road wara boilt, tha
paid already completed would not oaly paytataraat
aad axpaaMa, bat ba prontabla to tha C jupany.
tth. Tha Union Pacific Ballroad boada can ba is
sasd only as the road prognoses, aad therefore eaa
never aa ia tha market anlaaa thay represent a aeaa
tdt proparty .
(to. Tha amoaat ia atrietly liatltad by law to a ram
equal to what ia graoted by tha U. 8. Government,
and lor which it takea a mtetmd lira aa ita s seoritys
This amount npoa tha drat 617 nlleewest from O
aiaha ta only xifi.COO per mile.
Ha. The bet that tha U.S. Got unmeet eontid
er a aaeond lien apoa tha road a good Investment,
aad that aome of tha ahrewdeat rail-road builders of
the wintry hare already paid ia fire million dollars
apoa tha at oak (which ie to thm a third lien), may
well taapire oonfldeaoa in the first Urn.
(th. Although it ia not alalmed that there can be
any better eecuritiee thaa Governments, there are
partiea whe consider a ffrst mortgage npoa aach
piopoitj aa tbia the very bjet eeenrity ia the world,
aad who aell their eoraramenta to re-lnveat la theae
bon's thus aecariag a greatai interest.
9th. The Union Pacific Railroad bond are offered
ar the present at 99 eaota on tha dollar and aeeraad
I aterest, ao they are the eheipeet wasority ia tha
market, being are thin 15 per oent. lee thaa U. S
lOth. At tba current rate of premium on gold, they
OVER NINE PERCENT. INTEREST.
The daily eabeeriptiona are already large, aad they
win continue to be reeelTod la New York by the
Conmirrai Natioxal Baxk, No. T Nassau St.
CLaJut, Dodge A Co, Banns Ko. 61 Wall St.,
Joeji J. Oiaoo Sow, Basuxa, "o. S3 Wall 8f,
aad by BAKES AND BAN KERS generally through
out the United States, of whom maps aad deecriptire
pamphleta may be obtained. They will alio be eant
by mail from tha Company's once. No. 20 Nassau SX.
Kew Tors, oa application. Subscribers will eelaet
their owa Agents in whom they hare eonlldeme, who
alone will be responsible for the safe delivery of the
bonds. JOHN J. CISCO, TRBAarata,
32. NEW YORK.
UHQIN BUSINESS INSTITUTE.
' Oberlio, Ohio.
Tuition Cheap to Young Men
To Self-Snpporting ladies
Send for Circulars.
For Sale at
VV. H. CLOUD'S
On Croghan street, opposite the St.
Joseph Catholic Church.
I oner my larpe stock of Lumber, Shingles and
Lath for oaah at the fallowing prices:
roasosan Pine. ..r?16i3;20
Clear Flooring... . 40,00
Second Cleir - H t.OO
I'pper qnnlitiee of I amber. 950,00
Ko. 1. iH inch fealnalea. warmth wvm
Sa. a, IS Inch Sblnftlea 4,00
rw. as inca oaiDKiea . Jf',a9
Ith, warrcnted fall caanl $3,00&&,'iS
Oall aad examine my stock before purchasing elaa
aere. W. H. CLOl O.
Premeat, 0 , 80mS.
SAVE MONEY !
RTMR AND TYLER'S OLD STAND
IS HOW OCCUPIED BY
C. M. WADSWORTH,
WHO HAS A FULL STOCK OP
WHICH HI (Oil AT
ABT0KI8HINQLT LOW PRIOES,
Bis shelrae are loaded with all striae and qualities,
t from tha best China down to the eh ea neat wares, and
he ie bound not to be undersold by any house here or
elsewhere ia the
AND BIB STOCK Of
Comprises a great variety of pattern, all modera,
immwmuv in vueaper wan we eneapen.
ia great Variety and low prices.
ty Calll at tha Old Stand of Htd k Ttlui.
Premoat, Ohio, July , 1887.-17 tf.
f.ULO B. STEVENS.
ARUT ASD NA FT CLAIM AQBSOY.
(Lata 8aaltary Commission OBsa.)
89 Bank Street, Room 16,
; . CLEVELAND, 0.
"iLAlMS for Boantr. Back Par. Peasiea. Iaera
J Penaioa, Prise Money, and Commuratioa of
ruuona prosecuted oa reasonable terms. Ao Suocessl
o lee II ' aw-me.
Tschumy & Doncysonj
Kespeatfally aaaoaaee that they have opened a
new Paraitare Boom at Tschamys old stand on
Prsat Street, aad that they propose hereafter to
keep a toe assortment of everything in the furniture
kaa. Thay sail eapedel attention to their splendid
TETE A TETES,
Better thaa evor benre appeared ia this market
They have also
Cane Seat Chair,
Dining Room Suit,
- ----- - WhiO-Not,
1.4 in .iur .-arvthiiur in the Farnltore Una.
They auka a speciality of
Alwavs oa Hand or made to order at short notice
Thfr also are Agents for Flak'a Patent R etal
Ite Bniial Caae, which is made of imperishable
materials with beautiful Salsh.
TSCHUMY it DONCTSON,
Rave also aalarred their Kaaufactnrlnc establish
ment, patting in new machinery end are now pre
pared todoail sorts of
PLANING & MATCHING
At short notice and la the best mender, and at the
moat reasonable rates. 24rl.l
8.W. HCBER, J.C.KOSEBAl'GB
Baaufaeturera aad dealers In all kinds of
Fork and Chainber Sell,
1'arior, Cane and Wood beat Chatrs,
. Sofas, Tttea Teles, Lounges,
Erteiunon,JHning and Breakfast TMbl
Parlor Tables, Bible Stands,
Writing Desks, Wood Brackeii,
Bureaus, Washing Stands,
Wardrobes, Office Leeks,
Office Chairs, Mirrors,
Spring Beds and Matrasses,
Of all styles endprlce.
BWe manufacture all the above to order anddora
paring in the beat style.
We do all tha hnsineeain the undertaking line aa
Flak's Patent MetaJlc BarlaJ Caae.
TURNING. DONE TO ORDER.
Arch street, ia the rear ot Bidbert's new block.
SI C A L TOP !
E. L. CROSS1
Music & Jewelry Store
And bay for Forty Cents one of-
Tucker's Patent Musical Top!
It is the greatest curiosity of the age ia alwaya
wound up no spring to break any child can oper
ate it. It will tickle tha children amazingly. E. L.
CROSS has the sole right to eeil thie Top la this
rremoni, Hay 21, lo, aimj.
HTn TV THR WAD- WET
Statesmen, Her Generals andSoidiers." By White
law Beid, aathor of "After the Wart A Southern
Tonr, lseeVee." TaTwoTolaniee.' T
Vol. I History of the State during the War, and
the Lives of her Generals, Ac
Vol. II The History of Her Regiments and other
Military Organisations, wltn Kostara ot each.
The Work will appear ia Two Volumes, of 800 to 900
pages each, royal octavo aise. printed elegantly on
laid tinted paper, and embellished with nearly 120
superb Portraita from steel, engraved by Ritchie
Rogers, and other eminent artiste; aod illustrated
by mans showtag the Battle ielde of the War, and
other tine full page llluatratione with the splendid
steel plate of the storming of Fort McAllister.
Agents wan tea. Aaareee
MOORE, WILSTACH BALD WW,
Sltf Cincinnati, O.
11, '13, US aV 27 Broadway, N. , Oppo
site Bowling Green.
OS THE EIROPKAN PLAN.
THE STEVEN'S BOISE is well and widely known
to the travelling public The location ia espe
cially suitable to merchants and business men ; it
ie in close proximity to the basineae part of tha
city ia on the highway of Southern aod Western
travel ana acjaeent to ail tna principal Railroad
and Steamboat depots.
The STEVENS HOUSE haa liberal accommoda
tion for over SCO guests It ia well furnished, and
poseeBsee every modera Improvement for the com
fort and entertainment of ita inmates- The rooms
are spaeioaa and well ventilated provided with gaa
and water the attendance ia prompt and respeetfal
and tha table ia generoasly providea with every
delicacy of the season at mo derate rates.
Slm GEO. It- CHASE A CO., Proprietors.
Mr. Thomas has opened a lust class Merchant
Tailoring establishment at No. i Heim At Fabing
Block aad is now prepared to attend to aU his old ana
new Customers. Having given entire satisfaction
in his work for tha hut thiee years, daring which
he has established a reputation as a ... . -
FIRST CLASS CUTTER,
. - . , --. - -, - -
he feels confident that his work eannot be surpassed
in the city or elsewhere. He employs none but the
beat or woramea. -
He also Cuts and Make Shirts
- to Order, and rar rants
to Flt.-.':,l.t."i;.':'L V
Give him a call at his new establishment,
No. 2, Fabisg & Heim's New
Block, State Street. V
Prices Reduced V
On Black Ash Shingles to ?8.87 per
. M., at the Mill, and $4.00 when
delivered for the best quality..
tCallonJ. Orabatthe bouse below the mill or the
Fremont, Auguet 8, 1887. Slwt.
The beet la use manufactured and lor sale by
nOOmS. D. JURE k CO.
niSLEY'SBl OIIC istheocRBforaata aa
XVy weakaees in the back and loins; and all those
eomplaiBtsresultiagfroBV derangement of the kid
neys aad urinary organs. Sold in large bottles by
inearurjrists, a annAb, rusti i , aj vy
Wholesale Dreg(ieti, 111 Chamber St-rN. T
No. 4 St. Clair's Block.
New Goods !
Opposition Invited I Com
Are in the
with an entire
Goods, bought since the
great decline in Cotton
Goods, and will be sold at
the lowest living prices. We
have the finest selected
stock of Dry Goods inNorthr
ern Ohio, and
defy all competition.
Splendid Calicoes at one shill
iug per yard, Brown Sheetings
at one shilling a yard, Bleeched
Muslins at one shilling a yard and
the entire stock at prices to cor
respond, and embracing all the
new styles of the season. A busy
store and an increasing trade
prove that the inducements we
offer are real and
will do yourself
you tail to give
Thanking the public for
their past hberaFpatronage
and soliciting a continuance,
we promise in: return the
WM. A. RICE'S STORE,
WM. A. RICE'S STOREf
FOR YOUR SHEETINGS,
tioio Win. A. IVicc's Store lor your
And everything else at
GROCERIES ! The freshest
Fremont, Dec 14, 18G6. iyl.
Dr. GaoKGa O'Bailas, Veterinary Surgeon, has
remoTed his offlee to George Hardiek's Liter J Stable
Office, where he will continue to treat all curable
diaeaaea of the Horee. He will risit horses when
ther are nnable to be moved.
Thankful for past larois aad hoping bj strict at
tention to business for the continuance of the same.
Nat Haynea, S. Buckland t Souk, J. W.
Failing, M. !., D. Belts, E. Dillon t Son,
S. Birctuud, Ernst t Younkman, George
Hurdick, Hoot 4 Meng, Theodora Olapp.
Inanr. Yoar Horse, and Cattle
Eartford Live Stock Insurance Comp.,
hie Company issues Policies oa Lire Stock agsinsl
both death or theft, at moderate rates. By Insniing
la this Company yon exchange sa uncertainty for a
certainty. Mo man ean tell whether hisanimalmay
aot ae stoiea, or oiemronf ninosBBionHinosiaiB
Kreaioat, Ohio, I
- " Fremont, 0 .
New Goods I
New Stock of
at prices that
.aiij J nj ustice if
us a trials
. , -T -
astonishing low prices.
and cheapest in town, at
WM. A. RICES STORE.
CHRISTOFEL & CO.
Saeeessora to C. J. Mesaer.
Asm Woodbury Patent Separator, Pitta' Double rin.
aoa rower, and the iron rianei rower u
or tea horses; Machine Truck, Wagons,
- Power Corn Shelters, 4c.
SHOP Cot fcConTsrse's FonadrT. Water street,
opposite ivorman atau,Banaussy, v.
REPAIRIJTQ DONE on SHORT NOTICE
The Fremont Journal.
Our Book Table.
tVoxak's Work i ths Civic TSTa. A
large and handsomely printed and bound
octavo comes to us from . Zeigler, MoOurdy
& Co bearing the title of 'Woman's Work
in the Civil War, a Record of Heroism, Pa.
triotism and Patience. " It does not require
much explanation here, in the West, 'where
all onr women sympathized and labored for
the sick, wounded and suffering on the field
and the hospitals, to inform the reader as to
the merits of such a book. The hands and
hearts of onr people were always open to re
spond to the calls of the Sanitary and Chris-
. ' n - j - .1 . i v.:.
UHII ucmmissiona u un us; uic wai, uu ima
record of the fair almoners of our common
bounty will possess high interest for those
who foutrht for us. as well tho e who remain
ed at home employed in charitable deeds.
These many names are wormy oi me praise
which the editors of the Tolome have scanti
ly bestowed. Sixteen engravings, done on
steel by distinguished artists, add their btil
iancy to it, and perpetuate the lineaments of
several of the more famous of these sisters of
"Bitosd tbe Mississippi:" A Complete
llistory of the new States and Territories,
from the Great River to ths Great Ocean, by
Albert D. Richardson. This is a mora,
entertaining and valuable book, and its
popularity is attesleJ by the sale of over
20,000 copies ia a single month. Tho
Author's long and varied experience in the
little known and interesting regions of tha
Far West, furnishes the valuable material
for its contents.
Mr. Richardson is widely known as one
of our most brilliant journalists and writers.
No other Author has traveled over so much
of our vast western domains, aud we know
of no one who can so well describe what he
has seen. He is always interesting, generally
amusing, and, better still, invariably fruft
The volume before us is accompanied by
an accurate and minute map of tbe entire
region beyond the Mississippi, and is
elegantly printed andproluse.y il!uatrated
with over two hundred engravincs from
original photographs and sketches from the
pencils of Bierstadt, Nast, Hennessy, Darley,
Fean, Stephens, Forbs and other eminent
aruu, wuica are realty uvuuirj". auu .wutiu-jr
of examination as specimens of art.
it is a credit to American authorship, and
not only the most valuable work from Mr.
Kicnardson s pen, bnt by tar ihe best and
most comp'ete history of the great -West
ever issued. Those who with ior authentic
information of the resources. c3ndiiion and
prospects of the Western and greater half of
tbe continent, witmn a lew yeare to be sown
thk with civilized State, rich in all the
elements of gica,t.uca. -should consult this
most valuable worK. 1 lie r;r haa
charming style, a fund of humor, and his
experiences are of thrilling interest. We
predict fur this book an unprecedented tale.
All Young America" expect to go West
and seek their fortunes when the Pacific
Railroad ia built, if not before, and will
read with avidity "Beyond the Missiesirmi.''
1 nil wors, we unaersiaua, is sola only by
subscription, ana is iusi sucn a one as
nerson8 seekinc to act as teeals KhoiiM nrM
f . i . i . 1 1 - i i .. i
ro ineir uh. ib ie uuuiisueu uy lue iauoDai
t. i i i rt f - : . ".i -
JUUUoUlUg w., UJUClUDaU, ISUiO.
All Tub West. A large and most at
tractive work has just been published by
Howe's SuDx ainiori Book Concurs, of Cin
cinnati. It is a complete history of the
whole West, by States and Territories; aud
is illustrated by 240 engravings, being yiews
of all the cities and objects of natural and
historic iuterest, from the Alleghanies to the
Pacific, and from the Lakes to the Gulf of
Mexico. It is entitled "All the Western
states and territories. its authors are
John W. Barber and Henry Howe; the lat
ter being especially known to the people of
the West by his History of Ohio, Great Wesb
and numerous other popular and widely cir
culated works. It contains over 700 large
and densely filled pages. A late paper,
speaking of it, says:
We have seldom taken up a work that
has given us more unfeigned satisfaction.
We have here a real Multum in Parvo. Each
Western State and Territory U given a com
hensive history, containing sketches of early
settlers, startling incidents, a history of the
Territorial and State Government, a notice
of the principal cities and towns, the soil,
climate, agricultural and mineral produc
tions, and the religious and educational in
stitutions. In short, there is scarcely any
subject to which .the student or the common
reader would like to reter, or on which in
formation is sought, that is not concisely
touched on in tbe volume betore us. Turn
ins to our own State, we see engtavinzs of
our leaaiug cuivw nuu towns, auu lnciuenis
so familiar that we feel at home amid ita
graphic descriptions. The work is finely
copiously illustrated. Many of the sketches
are from places well known to us, and we
can here bear testimony to ibeir accuracy,
it is sucb a worn as every family in every
Western State ought to have lying on their
In another column is an advertisement for
Agents for it. It is just one of those u-eful
solid books that an intelligent canvasser
would take pride in bhowine to tbe peorji.
a book 'to be read, consulted, and thumbed
alike by old and young. A work of so murh
value and interest upon the.Whole We-t was
never betore publuned; and anotner like it
probably will not be for a generation to
Agricultural and Practical.
It ia doubtlefs trua tLat occasioually a
horse may be found ao naturally or inherent
ly ricioua ae to try severely even tbe pa
tience of a saint. But as a general thing the
horse ia the Baint and his manager the sinner
where the trouble occurs between them. In
too many instances the horse is abused and
rendered disinclined to work in consequence
of alack of suitable food aud proper groom
ing after the day's labor is performed. This
results often from carelessness rather than
from a disposition to maltreat the animal,
but in too many instances ill-treatment flaws
from a cruel disposition on the part of the
manager. A morose, fractious person is
not fit to have the charge of a horee. .
A few days since we saw a practical illus
tration of this. A man was passing a'.ong
the street with a loaded wagon. One of the
wheels struck a stone, causing a portion of
the load to topple off and fall to the ground.
The horses were not to blame for this, yet
the driver beat them most unmercifully be
cause of the mishap. Such a niau ought
not to be intrusted with the eontrol aud care
of horses, or indeed of anything else, except,
perhaps, a wheelbarrow with a ball and
The horse is one of the most ambitious and
useful of the domestic animals. He is pos
sessed of great physical power, and equal to
the performance of a vast amount of labor
provided proper food and care are bestowed
upon him. But if these are withheld, or,
but scantily supplied, he soon becomes weak
and dispirited and comparatively worthless.
To make the horse what he should be, elas
tic in limb and docile in temper, good groom
ing is indispensable. He should be thorough
ly cleaned every day, or at the close oi eve
ry exertion of labor or speed which may have
called into action his muscnlar powers, for
any considerable time. Timely feeding and
proper food are essential, but next to those in
importance is proper and seasonable groom
JOHN SMITH WANTED.
A soldier who was on duty in the War
Department in lb'65, sends ug the following,
tha original of which he saw at the time
of ita receipt. We think the army rolls of
the United States would puzzle tbe .bngiisn
lady a little in the erTort to discover which
was her John.
Daring the yearJ8G5, a lady wrote from
England to the secretary of War a letter
as follows :
''Mr. Secretary of War, H ashmgton. I .
S: Will you please have your clerk send me
a list of the names of all the men who have
been killed or wounded in the war in your
country, so that I can see if my son, John
Smith is among them?"
"If any one speaks ill of thee," said
Epictetus, "consider whether he hath truth
on bis side; and if so, reform thyself, that his
censures may not affect thee." When
Anaximander was told that the very boys
laughed at his singing, he said, "Ah, then I
must learn to eiug better.". Plato, being
told that be had many enemies who spoke ill
of him, said, "It is no matter; I shall live so
that none will believe them." Hearing at
another time that an intimate friend of his
had spoken detractingly of him, he said, ' I
am sure he would not do ir if he had not
some reason f r it." This is the surest as
well as the noblest way of drawing the
sting out of a repr ach, and the true me'.ht
of preparing a man for that great aod only
relief against the pain of calumny.
For headache, use Kenne'a Pain-Killing
Magic OIL Ita use cures toothache, aguo in
the face and jaws ; also spinal complaint?,
rheumatism. "It works like a charm. E,
PiRon & Son,
A List of Newspapers,
V We bai'e published the following: ' 'K
A extnpleta List of all Kewrpapers la tbe Kew Eng
land States. Price 26 cents.- - - .
A complete List of all Newspapers in tha State of
New Tori. Prios 6 cents. . . -
A omelete List of all 7.wh papers in iYaw Yot City,
iw jers.y, ifohwitf, aiaryiana, ana we District
of Co nmbla.. Price 35 cents.
A conrplrte Tint of Ohio iVewsnaners. Price 96 cents
A Comp'ete List of Pennsytranla Aewepapors. Price
complete List of Indiana AVwspspers. Price 35.
cents. f ' -:- ;-. - .
All nf tlifl stars Kfita sent fir One rw,11.r. AAAreeu
GEO. P. R0 WELL k CO., Park Row, jr. T. -
Principals of Aoedemies, Seminaries, As., should
consult ns in reard to arirertltlnt. ffo charge for
information, ueu. p. HUWKLL at VV., Adrertistng
Agents, X . Y.
INVENTORS. . :
If rou wish to A5TflTilE tou should coutalt UEO
Tba vr.it wint A crania Ton sknnlrl annenlf fiBd
P. ROWKLL k CO., of .Vw York, on tb ttn-ject of
Do jcu want to incrcAfe Tour elrcolatlon? Toa
preach aViver-tir-tug, vhy lo TOtt not praotic It? Con
alt G. r.RCrVEbL t CO., Nw York.
Do ton want to k.op poiteU about the iVo wip per
and their ralaa to you amediatna for aavenistrn?
Send a dollar for th At .ktibsr' Oaxittk. Fab-
liaiied at 40 hark Kotv, er Yo.k.
Yoa bonld adwrtiee. To do no uod-rsUndicfflT
rou fhculd cooatt GEO. P. ROWLL CO.,40
rr ivow. eir iook.
Are you aware of tbe areat adrantses rpcAired
from doing your adreriisiug throngh a reliable Ad.
renisioit Agency? 4:0nsuli 0. P. KOA'KLL ft CO,
to Park Kew, New Torlr.
BOWEN, POTTER & EBBS,
WOOL C0MU1SS1ON MERCHANTS,
No. 110 South Front street, Phlldphts.
Consiinments of Wool rctpfclfully solicited.
Liberal Cash advances made, aod sales guaran
teed. All Wool cons'gned to ns is carvfaliy gredrd to
suit the market, and is dirplayed to the best advan
tage. Bags furnished if required.
6 AAA AGK.vrH wsntcd to ssli six new inveulions,
,UW of gn-at value to Unti les; all pay great
pr.jdla. Sendee and grt80p.iges and sample gratis.
Agents have made $100,000.
Ephraix Brows, Lowell, Mass.
Another Great Work by E. A. PolUrd. tbe ick
nowleOjfed Historian of 1 he South; entitled "LKE
AND Hid LIEUTENANTS," com prising a Life of
Gen. R. E. Lee, replete witb facti never before pub
lished, .Deluding Biographies of errj Southern
General of distinction.
In one targe rolume steel portraits. A eom
pniou to I u me to "The Lost Cause," a Standard
Southern Hiitorr of the War, which has already ob
tained half a million of readero. A new and eniarfred
edition in now ready. One a-ent sold 2.0 the first
week. These two works form a complete library of
the war from the other stie. K. B. TREAT k Co.,
Pablishers, 6o4 Broadway N. Y.
CHOICE bE LECTIONS, is
collection of the beet standard tei'ii-
ciuiatt, tor delect tt fading. Declamation, and Elocu
tion, representtogal phaaeH of human emotion and
passion, and a most hap;y co-miogling of the gems
of a 'ormer generation with the pure pearls which
g'eani in the present. Never before has the same
variety of choice poetry and prose, grave and hum.
orone, patriotic and sentamentai. been embrastd in
ISO ft?', and sold for 30 cents. Bold by nil book
eellers. or mailed free on receipt of price, by addreaa
lug P GARKSTT ft Co., Pubhiiberj, Phil. Pa.
S. B. Great in duct roe nts to agents. Send for
TflK LATEST AND BEST. Primary 40c
Elementary, 60c- Practical, Sl.CO. L'p to th
t Dies; teach ths methuis nsed by business men
complete cn all the branches of Commercial Ariih
me tic; well eondenaed ia rules and analyses; admir
ably graded; perfect text-book: with no defeats. So
say tvaehers who Qe thm. Going in verywhar'.
Sfeeimeus ma ted to Teachers at half th a.v-piic-s.
Agents wauled in ersry county. Address
D. APPL&TUN h Co., New YORK.
PAINTS FOR FARMERS,
AND IHERS-TaE GRAFTuJ MINERAL
VaINT COM PAA Y ara now manufacturing tba Best
Cheapest acd most Darable Paint in use; two coat
well put oa, mixed with pore Linseed Ui), will last 1
or 14 yeare; it is of a light brown or beautiful choco-
late color, and can be cbacgeu to green, lead, to.ie,
on... viaovr crevui, to ami uio iai oi me eon
aimer. It is valuable (or Houses. Barns, Fences.
Agricultural Implements, Carnage and (r makers.
Pai Band Wooden-ware, Cacvas, itetal and Shingl
Roof., (It being Fire and Water Proof,) Bridges,
Burial Cases, Ca al Boats, Ships and Ships' Bo'toms
Floor Oil Clotbs,(one Manufacturer baring uamloOOu
bbls.the past year,) and as a paint f r uj purpose i
unsurpasssed for brty, durability, elasticity, atdad
heaiTenesa. Price SS per b 1.. of 300 lbs., which will
supply a farmer for years to come ft arrauted in ah
eves aa as above. 8nd lor a circular whicQ gire
full particulars. None genuine unless branded in s
trade mark Grafton If ineral Paint. Address,
Daniel b, dwell, proprietor,
254 Pearl Street, New Fork
OLLOCK INSTITUTE, a first
class Boarding School for Boys, atPittsoeld.
sail lerm oi weesa begins ucr. a, lool
particulars address Rev. W.
AGENTS WANTED to canvass for
"Konr Years in the Old World." 13,000 al.
reaoy sold. Now is the time to make money. No
Competition, .tlreat inducements ottered teachrrs,
ministers, aot ire lsiies or experienced ngenta. Send
l)r terms to FOaTKK & i'ALMEK Jr., 14 Bible
House, Few York.
WANTED. 100 School Teachers
to erispe Id a bimnexa eat and literatim
and weU svditp'.ed to their position. Tiiorie now en
gaged are clearing frcm 75 to $1M) per month. For
partiCQlars addroea N.VUO.NAL l'l' BUSHING CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, or J)ftTeDportt Iowa.
Ihe Metropolitan Collar Co.
Mails Firij'-Ei;lil varieties of
Ladies' and Gents' Collars and CuITj. The largest
concern for Papar Oooas in the world.
Office, U07 Broadway A. Y.
SCHOOL TEACIIEE3 fc OTHERS.
BMPLOYMKN V. Light Work and Good Pay
Aaa. for jVeie illustrated Cutalorue of "Ound Boras
for Alt' with terms to sgeots. Send two red stamps
to 3. it. WELLS, 8et Broadway, N. Y.
A Treatise on DrRlneu, Catarrh, Coo
samptioa and Cancr. Xheir causes and means of
immediate relief and speedy care, sent free. Mend
particulars to Dr. ST1LWELL, No. 40 South 6th
Street, Williamsburg, L. I.
WT Jl. 3NT T JU X.
'Wanted to make an arrangement
with a lire man in every Count, who wih8 to
make mooer, and ran give good references . No
capital required. Will sell a banineas now payicg
$1,600 pr month, aud rely on profit a for my PV
Aadresa J-C IlLTuN, Pittsburg, fa.
Combine in one eainicnt a per
fect titling Coiaet, and the ciost
d'sinble Skirl Supporter ever
,lred the public. It places the
worrit ot tne flirts upon the
boulders instead of the hip; it
improrea the form without tight
lacing; giveaeajie and elegance;
ia appruved and recommended by
D.B.AUDER3 4: CO.,
tti Summer street, Boston.
ARE YOU LAME, CRIP
PLKD OR DEFORMED r have you or your
neighbor a boy or girl or child lame with contracted
limbs, or eurred spine, or erooatd leet, or weak ot
paraltsed limbs or ankles, or who ate entirely help
less, or who are ob'.igid to crp or to walk vuh
cratches, or whose limbs are shortened, or crooked
or drawn np, or who walk on th. toes, or whose
ankles roll orer or turn inward, o who hare crooked
knees from whlie swelling, or scrofula, or Irjury, or
who limp from- hip difficult? To save such frm a
lire of disappointment, will you not write a litter,
siring tha prominent points of th ease, and receive
In return, iree ofcharg-.a Circular which may b-thamea-sof
saylnjth.n:' If so, address Dr. J. P.
aUNV, Hi. 133 West Fortj-ttrst street, Aew York.
DEAFN'K-SS Cl'KED The Crjranie Vibrator
n ts Into the ear, is aot perceptible, and enables
ovaf persons to hear distinctly at ehnrch and at
public assemblies. Send particulars to Dr. STIL
WJtfcL, Ao. V) South Oth street, Jf'iUlameburj, JV. Y
ft! A R.I.N E
INSURANCE t ! !
WESTERN INSURANCE COMY'J",
OF BCTFALO, K. T.
SECalBiyV lXSCBANCE COMPAPJY,
' i - OF KEW TORE CITY.
AH nreparedtotakeHnltor Cerjto ri-ikson Grain
or Lumber In either ofthe above prompt and re-
ponrib'e comsanUa at the lowect ffoinr raten; will
ike It to the advantage of thoae desiring Marine
nun ranee xo ei i ana see me.
I. E. AMSDEN", Ar?nt,"
karek 26, 1?7. l.")tr,6. Fremont, Ohio.
Home Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
29(J Semi-Annual Statement, showing the con-
auvm oj tia company on the 1st
day of July, 1866.
Cash Capital, 2,000,000,00
A eery larire per cent of the assets of tbe Compa
consist in Bonds and afortgagesand Unitedgtatee
This Company by its efficient officers and men at
home, and its airentsabroad.hasbailt an an organi
sation $eeond to none in tbe United Slatei for Pxb-
Maxr.yoT and KaLiafiiLiTr.
All persons seekine Insurance should remember
rlome,ot new iorx.
UHAKi.Eti j. MAKTiK.fresident,
A. F. WILMARTH.VicePresldsat.
Josa MyGaa. Secretary.
I. H. WaRHDtriur, Asst.Sec'y.
It. W. 3. rtelELLAN, Arcnt.
Fremont, Au. l.lSf.
Has beeu in successful operation
NEARLY 20 YEARS,
Aod has more Farm Property insured tban
all the Companies m the state.
Capital, $325,000 00.
Surplus Cash, 140,000 00.
Losses adjusted and paid since orgsn.ialiou
mHl.S COMPANY PAY3 THS WBOLK AMOUNT
JL or all losses and damages by Fire and Lightning
np to the amonnt injured. Rates of insurance are
from H to . lower than any other
For Punctuality in Payment and Honorable
ness m Uealmg, we voiua liejer you to
Adam and Georgo Karbler, of Riley Tp,
JatiiC3 N eley, Green Creelr.
Jeremiah Gibbf, Kiley.
John Grant, Ballville.
Henry Hoffman, Jackson.
G. H. Colvin, Townsecd.
James Beebe, Towr.send.
To whom were paid $5,000 00, $4,200 00,
ot wbicb since oepterober last.
There are 1,000 Farmers auuibereal among
the patrons of Sandusky County alone.
GIVE US A CALL!
We also would solicit- the patronage of
people of Fremont for the
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Whose paid un Cavital is S-200.000 00. (Cert!'
fied by Superintendent Insurance ifpartmsnt of New
York.) Over 100 persons are pstrons of this Compa
ny in s remout.
ZACIIAHV KOSH, Acnf,
Sanriucky, Oltawa fe rie Counties,
J nne 28, it7. ioma.
HAFUFA CTUJiER AXD
or . ,
TOBACCO AXD SEGARS !
In Buekland'e Kenr Block, Oppoalto tka
lat National Bank.
SIGN OF THB BIO INDIAN.
CI KOCER3,8atooB-keepers, and Hotel proprlera
T areespeeisL'y larited to call and examintomy
tock. It is tha largest and most eomplete of any
aowkeptin this section of thecountry.
My motto is quick sales and smai.'profi ts.
frsmont, No. Jl.lSSS. 47y 1 .
Cigar Store !
Tyler'a ; Block,
Opposite the Bank of
WOULD renpeot fully anoounoe to th cltixnt ot
FrmoDtaod snrronDdiofc country, tht he bu
last opened n entirely new ftock of
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which he is prepared to sell, Wholesale and Retail,
it the lowest figures. He would especially inrite
Sotel and 3aioon-Keener, to examine bis roods, be-
forepurcbaeins; elsewhere. CEEWINOTOBACCO.of
ha best brands.
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, MATCHES, CIGAR-HOLDERS
in;endle rariety, oonstantly on hand.
X3T City andcountry customers will be supplied
with ererything in my Ifne of business, at reasona
, Fremont, June 1, lie. 25jl.
7.V BUCKLAND' 8 NEW BLOCK.
M. L3 ROCK WAY,
ESPECTPCLLY an no anew to tbe public that
IV he has juat fitted up a first e!&MHir Drmiug
Dd ShaTicv Saloon, in Buckland 'a New Block,
where be will be pleajsed to im both old and new
Re has a room fitted op expt-AesTy for tbe aae of
ladies and he will gire especial attention to
Ladies Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing.
OLD SWITCHES, CURLS.
Wade as good as now.
made to order.
All kinds of ladien hair work
oiS vl5 tf.
Has bought tha
ahei-e he ts making tha
PHOTOGRAPHS, : ""..dam
PHOTOGRAPHS, 0.lnd.tf lt ,. ,0t.o.
PHOTO GRAPHS, A. D. WILES.
Fremont, April, UT 19tf.
mgm&W FREMONT, OHIO.
GROVESTEEN. CO,; ' J "
499 Breadwar, NcwTor&c
; PIANO1 FORTES
Onr last new addition to onr different styles, ia at.
traetin the adnalratioa of both critics ana po palace.
mention specially. soeje el thaclaima of this sat
Piewe. Belleeinf theeztertorahaaldoeaaDeaatifal
tbe eye aa melody ie to tbe ear, we hare paid treat
attention in getting lbera aa in a style that ia con
eedsd by all whs hare seen tbeea to aa taeaaaa
somest Pin Ferfs made. They are aa entirely new.
sryje, with four fall round earners, hearily eareed
1ks aad lyre, baaa richly moulded, and eentaina ear
lafeit impmti aser scaJs mmd metitm. Tha tone ia
melodioue, and ita adaptability So Baessaea of erery
shade of expression, from the softest maravue, the
Greasecdo, and tbe F F, girea the Performer erery
Bdnntageofthe Ceaeerl rmd- Price 15CO.
Pianos and Organs on Time.
Any one who eaa Pay
810, 840, $30,810 srtMa Blaata,
Caa parehaee a
MELODEOX, ORQAS", OR PIANO.
By this eratem. I will sell any of my Large and
Careful ly Selected Stock of Piaxoa, OsGaaa a Mm
lodioits, oa the following easy terma:
Organaand Kelodeons, worth $100 or leas, at ..810
rrasi iiw w riw..e ii
Pianos andlrgana, worth from f 200 to 3U0...'iO
" VOW M W.,.r M
" " $400 to $600.830
m u foootoaaoo 840
u m So00tot700...82O
Bt this system of easy Monthly Payments, many
persons who wonld lad It impossible to pay tha fall
nriee of an instrument at once, ara enabled to ur-
chaae aad par for one without tba least incoaTCn-
lenee. r or run narueuiare, aaoxras
JOHN CUUKCri, J a.,
6( West Fourth St Cincinnati, 0.
Wholesale aad Betail Ageat for
Thb Kaana Gold If sdal Piaao.
ScHBaiDT, Pchsidt, k Co.'a Scrsaioa PlAffOS.
Maeox k Haaua'a Caaiaar OasAaa.
Seomhoer's Oia Oaoaxa.
And various other aood Pianos, Organs and Veto
deons. 18m8 Bar
GREAT WESTERN DEPOT
FOR THE BALE OF
Organs and Melodeons.
AC, AC, AC.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
tia. t l, 8. W. Corner Public Sauare,
Mr. H. hogs leave to say to tha ci titans of Fremont
and vicinity that having for many yeara been largely
engaged in the Musical Instrument trade io tha
Great West, with headquarters at Cleveland, having
the very beat facilities for furnishing good aad reli
able instruments and wonld ba pieaaed to hear from
tba musical public ia thla locality, and takes aood
pleasure in refering to Messrs. Wilcox Gbiims of
Is a favorite witb us. aad bavins dealt largely In
this beautiful instrument for many years, w take
great pleaaure in recommending it to our patrons,
aod with an assortment from over 30 other good
New York and Boston maaera, wa bars anequaiad
aovantagee in we west.
JEWETT AlVD GOODMAN
Has also a leading place In our Sample Roem at
Cleveland and ia too wall known to need further
comment. Aa it haa become quite a too common
pi act ca for parties to call inferior Inatrnmants Kocd
aod sell 'hm for such, we faopo to to aexesral iB
rsUbHfbinc pormanont tradoon anolform basis of
lair dealing and thorobj car tbt nt'n oonfldnot
01 ins paotia.
Hoping that this introductory aotlc of or aiusto
trad) may kad to a mntualiy, pleasant aad profitable
acquaintance with toe nflned and masto lTing peo
pie of remont and ricinitj. we are Tery truly
ClsveUnd, July , lMT.-STyl.
Lock Stitch Sewing Machines.
HVIPROVED IN 1867.
SIMPLE, DURABLE AND ELEGANT
A 61 NTS wanted to whoa axclasiva territory will
a given. Send for sample of work and cir
culars. ti.W. CROWILL CO.,
lat Superior street, Cleveread, 0.
alg, vlo, mS.
WE WILL RECEIVE ORDERS
BLANK BOOKS, '
MUSIC, Ac, Ac,,
At proprthe lators prioes.
WylJ WILCOX aV GREENE,
GREAT, NEW ENGLAND
av trarr rlAI a W IV M
sswalsaPBaT . W
WHITE PINE COMPOUND.
Is dow aleTad to tba afflletad throw rhaat tha enaa-
try, a ter barisa; beeai rored by tba taat of alaevaj
yaara, la tba Hew ( laaa Btataa, wnara lia aaama
har. be no id. as well known as Vim trae front which, ia
part, it derhrea Ita Tirtuea.
THE WHITE P1XE C03IPOUXD
Cares sore threat, sole, oourb. deatbarla. area.
ehitia, apittiaa ot blood, aad paistaaare abatlosnt
awnarallr. It u a remarkable remedy far aidaey ooas
plaints, diabetea, difficulty of ToMina ariae, bwedlng
from tho kidaeyi aad Madder, graTalaaa otasr coss
pbUnta. Tli White Pine Com pound.
"It waa aarir ia tba sprier of '61 that tbia ansa
pound waa eririnaUd. A member of my tamily waa
afiUeted witb aa IrritaUoa oftba tnroatatteadad with
a diasaraeabla eeagb. I bad Ior eosae swsui prarf
eaa thought that a preparation having for ita basis .
tha inside bark of white pine might ba so oompo end
ed as to b. Tary aseful ia diseases of tha throat and
longs. Toiest tna Tains oill in meeaaeaiiuaea w,
I eompounded a small quantity of tba medicine that
I had been plaaning.and rare it la teaspooafal dosea.
Tha result was exceedingly gratifying. V itblo two
omaa ressoeo, us
I VaaaOated. Booa
after this I sent to a lady la Londonderry. M. H.,
who bad baaa safiering for soma weeks from a baa
oeugb, occasioned by a sudden cold, and had raised
maeua atraaaao wiih biooa. bhaaoovieuao relief aoa)
sent for store. Bha took about taa oaxees of It, aad
got well. J. B. Clarke, Kq, editor of the Maaet ester
Vmitif 3firrer, made a txialoftbasamepreparatloaio
thaeaaa of a aeeera sold aad waa eared immediately.
Be was so highly pleased with theresalte, and so coo
fldent in success attea' ing ita sales, 11 placed before
the public, that he anally persuaded ma to give it a
name, and sendit abroad to benefit theenffertag. Ia
Noeember, 1865, 1 first advertised It under tba aamo
ot White Pine Compound. Ia two years from thai -
time were aaa eeea wnoieaied in sananaater aieao
one handred dollars worth, where it took the lead of
all tba cough remedies in tbe market, aad It still
maintains that position. There la good reason far
this: it ia eery soothing and healing ia its natars. la
warming to the stomach, and pleasant withal to tia
Uate,anatsxcaouin(ijaaaap. . ,
Asa remedy for kidney eomntaiate tha Whlto Fin
Compound atande unrivaled. It waa aot originated,
for that purpose; bnt a person io using it for a eoagb
was aot only cured of the south, but was also eared
of a kidny difficulty of ten years' standing. Sinco
that accidental oisonvery many thousands bare used '
It tor tne same eoup'aist, and bars baea eompletelr
Tha above was written by Dr Poland la Slaco
then, as in Manchester, tba Whits Pine Com no aad
baa taken the lead of all cough remediss, aa wall aa
preparations for the cure of siuev difficulties, la ev- ,
ery city, town, vuuge ana hamlet throughout taw
Kew England State.
This remedy Is ss safa and pleasant to take as It la
Tha editor of tba Manchester Dally aad Weekly
Jfirrsr.ln the leader of the Daily, thua writes of tba
iwmpuuna: -ino woiio rm compound is adver-
tired at much length la onr eolumna, aad wa ara
nappy n learn mat tna demand for it is incraa
beyond all previous expectations. It la tba vary
medicine for eoughe aad colds wa know of. aad ao
family that has oaea aaad it will ba without it. Wa
speak from oar own knowledge, it la ears to kill a cold,
and pleasant aa it la sure. Tha greatest tnventiona
some by aocident, and it is singular that tba Wblto
Pino Compound, asada fbreougbe aad colds should
Erove to ba tha greatest remedy for kidney diitcBltlea
boss. But so it ia. Wa easaot doubt it, so many
testimonials coma to ns from well known man. Be.
sides, tha character of Dr. Poland is sack that wa
know that ha will aot aoaatenasca what ia wrong.
"A Baptist clergyman, studying medicine to b
ujiurauF, wun a aeueare, eonausra
Uvalook, standing with one foot npoa the grave, he
made the discovery which saved himself, aad called
out from others the strongest testimonials possible.
We have known Dr. Poland for yens, sad never knew
a mora eonseientioaa. honest, upright man, aad ara
E lad to state that wa believe whatever ho eayaaboa
la White Pine Compound."
THE WHITE FINE rnTipni -vn.-aa
GEOKGE W. SWEET, M. D-, Proprietor.
Prepared at tha Hew England Botanical Depot, 106
Eaaovar Street. Boston, under tha aupervisiCB of
Rev. J. W. Polacd.
Strong k Armstrong, Cleveland, Ohio, and Beatoa
Myers, Canfield, Ohio, Wholesale Agents.
For sale by all Druggists la Fremont.
March 16, 1867. (hd col vl i nil yl sp serf
Vlr FIRST PREMIUM A
or Uwop Meatal 2ik
WS iWAEDin io Js
sW BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE wt
T By the K. R. Stste Asrlenttural Sodrtv.Bt J
Its 1 sir holdaa In buOua, spCV, Una.
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Itostoree Gray Hair to Its nttaral eokrr. Pm
DVOIM UM (fTDWUl Of Hl KUIT. lAaaar UaaV
root to uicir onguui onrui ie mtaaa. ivmdi ev
eatc UrUiurutT ana tiumon. kmrrnmw w
Uaurtauingouc. u a superior imtiif. jbw
and is Utcmoflt popolsrsad raU-
able articl tkirou2iMu tbe J
Xaau, wen, amui and
J. R. BARRETT CO., Prepriotora,
M Art CHEATER, jr. R.
E. DILLOX dt SON, Agenti, Fremont.
L.B. W VERS, Elmore.
W. B. DIMilICK, Bellevue. Hjl
Poland's Made Bilious Powders
THIS PREPARATION is the dtsoovery
of Rev. J. W. Poland, formerly Psa
tor of tha Babtist Church In eoffatewn,
N. H, and a man dearly beloved by that
denomination throughout New England;
Be was obliged to leavathe palpit aad'
stady medicine to save hia own life, and hia Maoio
Powoias ara one of tbe moat wonderfnldisooveries of
modern times. It is the rrtrnt Ltwer mud BiUitmt
Remedy which completely throwe ia tbe ehsde al
other discoveriea in medicine; and it affords bins
maob gratification that tbey receive tba enaaimoaa
approbation of all who have teeted them. Tha Magia
Bilious Powders are a positive eara for Liver Com
plaint in its moat agravatad form, and aa immedi
ate corrector of all Biiiona deranrementa. excellent
for Headache, Conatlpatioa, Pirn pies. Blotches, agaj-
lowSkin.Drowaineae,utsslneae, n earl brim, relatta-
tfoa, and a most wonderful Care and Preventive ot
sever a A true. ( weeoviseall w no are tronoied with
tbia fearful ma) aday to always keep tha Powders aa
band ready for immediate use.) fiere are a few Im
portant particular.: 1st. Tbey ara tha Ureal Hr,eeiae
ior all Billions A fJeo-tions. 3d. Thay are tba only
known remedy that will ears Liver Cemnlaint- ad.
They ara tha only known remedy that will euro Con
stipation. tn. laerowaeTsaresothoroagaiBUoK
operation that one package will be all that tbe aaj r
ity ofthoae asing them will require to effect a eara.
6th. They are a mild and pleasant yet tha moat affeet
aal cathartic knowa. (th. They ara tba cheapest
and best medieineextant,as tbey can be seat by mail
to any part of the globe for the price, ao cents.
seat to any part of the world free of ebarga.
SOLD BT ALL DRl'GOISTS, or by mall oa spollca
tlon to C. U. CLARK dc Co., General A
can, New Haven, Conn.
Price 60 Cents per Bt. K rl4 aM y
Lvon's Periodical Drops. .
The Great Female Remedy for Irregularities.
THE8E DROPS ara ascieatiacally compounded la
idpreparatloo, and better thaa any Pills. Powdere
orNoatrnma. Beiagliquid,theiractiOB is direct and
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and aar
tala speetfie for the care of all obetractioaa aad aop
areeeiona of nature. Their popularity la Indicated
by tha fast that over 100,000 bottles sresnnnalljsord
aad aonsamed by tha ladies of the United States, ev
ery ona of whom speak in tha strongest terms of.
praise of their great merits. They ara rapidly tak
ing tbs place of every other Female Remedy, aad are
considered by all who kaow aught of them, aa tha '
surest, safest, aad most infallible preparation ia tho
world,forthe'eara of all femaleeomplaints,the re
moral of all ooatruetionB of aatnra, and tbe promo
tion of health, regularity and strength. Explicit dl,
nations stating when they may be used, and explain.
ing when aad why they should aot, BOr could aot ba
used without producing e Sects contrary to Satan's
ohoaenlaws,will bo found carefully folded around
each bottle, witb the written signatnra of Jon L.
Lto, without which bobs are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LTON.IM Chapel 8treet,
New Haven, Conn., who can beoonanlted either aat'
aonally,or by mall. (enclosing stamp,) concerning all
private diseases and female weakneesee. 8old by all
Dvuggistseverywhen. C. S. CLARK k CO..
Kvln36y Oea'l Agents for U. 9. aad Caaada.
IF TOU REQCLRS A RELIABLE REMEDY
to res ton you and remove imgularitiee orob
atructione, why not nsoths bestf Thirty yean' ex
perienee has proved tbss
DO. HABVEVIFEJUtE PILU
have ao equal ior Re irjovlngsu be tractions and Irrog
Blaritiea, ko sumB rxoa what cares tbxt ababb.
They an safe aad son ia every case. iVica, Oae J)U
letr, per Box.
Is a nmedy four degrees stronger thaa tba atove
aad intended for special eases of long standing.
Price, Five Dollars per Box.
A Lmdittt Privf Clrcnimr, with Engrmmimre,
etntfre, ea mpptueuiem.
If yoa cannot get tha pills of your druggist, send
tha money to Dr. J. Bryan, sl Broadway, Mew
Tors. and they will be sent free from observatioa by
atora mail. l o I oe vliaA y
THE EXPERIENCE OP THE PAST TEN TEARS
has demonstrated tha fact that reliance saay bo
placed in theefiicacy of
BELLX SPECIFIC PILLS
for tha speedy and permanent cur. of aeminal we. k -Besa,
amiasions. physical and Bervoaa debility, im
potence, ar want of power, tha result of sexual ex
eeas, or youthful Indiscretion, which aegleetedraiae
the bappineea aad unBte tba sufferer forhusiaesa,
social syeistT i mArriaia. asd ofu tri.
aatimely grave. Make ao delay la seakinVtha kbk
ady, It ia entirely vegetable aad barml.se oatbo
system, can be seed without detection or interfering
with business pursuits, and no change of diet is ao
oeesarr while asing them. Price, oae dollar.
If yoa cannot get them of yoar dre agist, sed tha
money to Dr. J. Bryan, 819 Broadway, N. Y aad
tbey will ba aeat free from observatioa by return
mail. Private circulars to geotlemeB asat free oa
applies tioa. f j o a co vlsniy
TB. J. BRYAN, CO NSCXTINO PHTSICIAlf,
" 1 BaoanwAT.biaw Toaa.
8PECI ALTREATMENT ia all caae. af gemia
al, Sexoal, Urinary aud Natrona Diaeasoaia aaala a
Auvica-Fxxxand oorzospondene stbictlt cowri
DBSTIAk 1 OA 00 TlSB
aVOID THE QUA CZS.
If yocan Buffering from the effects of Youthful
ind-scretion and have dentinal Wsakaese. Emissions,
Ac-, I will eend you, free ef ckmrft, lafbrmatioa
wbick If followed will eara yoa without tha aid o
BSNRT AMSDEN, BUtloa D. Mew York.
For Sals Cheap.
One ghlngVs Machine.
Oae ShlBgla Jointer.
Ona Cat-off Saw,
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