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Respectfully announce that they hare opened
new Furniture Room at Tsvhuuiv's old stand on
Front Slratt, and that tliey ptopos. hereafur to
awp n fine auorttueotof everything in the famitur.
tine. They call especial attention to their splendid
3.1 '; ;.s '
TETE A TETES,
Bull. than vorc4ro,e appeared in this market.
Cane Seal Chairs,
Dining Room Suits,
a. i , TaMe1 Beaureas,
Ani in Kboit, everything in the Furniture I)m.
mey make m speciality ot v
Always on band or made to order at abort notice
Thv also are Agent for Flak's PaMit ITT rial
Jic Iturlal t;awe, which i mvof idj peristal-le
tschumy & 'Dbmmv
Hire also enlarged their Manufaalnriog establish
ment, putting in new machinery and r now pre
pared to do nil sorts of
PLANING & MATCHING
A t short notice and in the beet mender, and at the
aiost reasonao.e rates. lJl J
G. W. Ht BEK,
Mauufaoturers and dealt-i-s in all kind of
I'mior and Vnttaher, StlU,
t ' 'iriltir, (Vine ami llWf Sea Chair,
&fiis. Tele a Teles, Jmntrcs, ". 1
Extension, IHnwy and Breatjasl Tail
Paror Tables, lliUe .stands,
Writing Desks, Wood Brackets,
Bureaus, Washing Mauds,
.. M'ardrobes, Office Intks, ".
Office Chairs, Mirrors,
!Sriiis llcds and Matrasses.
' " " Of all styles and prices.
v W. manufacture all the above to order and do re
paring in the beat style.
We doall th easiness in the amdertawiaglimt an
.re ageatsfor.- v . t - -
Kitik'g Patent IHetalic Burial Case.
TURNING DONE TO ORDER.
. .-': Areastreet, in the rear of fiidbert's new block.
For Sale at
W. H. CLOUD'S
Ou Crogban stivot, opposite the St.
Joseph Catholic Church.
I offer my larpe stock of Lumber, Shingles and
T.ath lor cash at the following prices:
Common Pine. ?1iO
Clear Flooring !40,(0
Secnd Clear -4,O0
l'lprr o;naliiir of Inmber.. i30,i0
K. 1, 18 inch Shiuclea, warranted per-
l tnct ,0O
?io. ISIiirh Shinelra 91,00
Ne. 3, IS iMch Miinxlca J,.H
Jalb, warrcnted full count $3,00g3,.3
Call and examine my stock before purebasing else
where. W. H. CLOUD.
Fremont, O , rSOmS.
IN FULL BLAST!
GARVIN C CO.
r. ARE NOW 0PKN1N0 A LAKtjft and well a
sorted btock of
Dry Goods! Groceries 1
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps,
&G- &C. &C.
All of which hare been bougtatthe
in New Torfc; and we are offering the entire Btock at
pricea that will
We would fay that we have determined to make
tb:.s apermsnentinstitutionandhaTethe facilities in
erreDectand at all times, to compete farorablT
with any establishment in Northern Ohio. We will
at all times seep
FIRST-CLASS GOODS !
i ' j ! t ' - r
And b?1I then at a larpe per cent. Ies than the
can be bought elaewbere.
GIVE US A CALL
And compare our price and goodn with the price
aaaedrovatotherplaceajandjoa will be confinced
that the way to
Buy Goods at Head Quakers.
; i i CASH TAill FOR t
AM) AtL KINKS tr
rirnswfyt)-t lt.lSQPgtf - " " , "j
For Sale Cheap.
One Shiny 1 siacliHie.
One Shingle Jointer.
One Cct-oll Saw,
i y- ' One Hangsr.-
Also a few thousand shingles. Csll on or address
Also, tew tno W00DW0BTH,
t .1 1 .' '''x'
WM. A. RICE'S STORE,
GOODS, ; ; ' f,
' ' FINK FUKS,
WM. A. RICE'S STORE!
FOB YOUR SHEETINGS,
Go to Win. A. lWcc's Stove for your
Soots sltzlcL Slioes !
. And everything else at astonishing lw prices.
GK0CER1ES! The freshest
enint, Die. 14,1866. ijl. .
WARREN & CO.,
No. St. Clair's Block,
JEl TU CD TT
KTo-w jL-ULOtion. Store
Corner Front and Garrison
GO THERE ONE
GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th 1867.
Bo not fonjet the day
and cheapest in town, at
WM. A. RICE'S STORK.
Streets, Fremont, Ohio.
AND ALL FOR
BOOTS & SHOES,
of commencement and
Front & Garrison.
To Tbe Afflicted.
DR. J. L. BROWN,
Of Greenspring, 0,
Km- the past twelve years has made the ttcatment
ofChronic diseases a speciality; and by dilitrent toll
snd study has discovered a new system of Nermjs
Ftaysiolojry, thereby enabling him to correctly
discriminate between constitutions, which serves as
a correct jraide in making the proper selections of
remedies to exhibit in tho various classes of Chronic
disetnea. A few of which 1 will mention:
Rheumatism, Scrofula, and all Erup
tions of the Skin, Lung Affections,
Diseases of the Eye and Ear,
and all diseases of llie
Also all Diseases of the
Liver, Stomach, Side and Back,
&ct &c &c.
Special attention will be (riven to all diseases pe
culiar to Females. Afllicted Females are invited to
call and be made well. All the above diseasea and
many space will not permit me to mention, I will
cure, by calling upon me at my office.
Many testimonials can be given. All communica
tions will be promptly answered. Office days.
Tuesdays and Fridays of each weak. Office over the
store Krowa and Hdntyre,
J. L. BROWN,
35tf Greenspring, S neca county, O.
jj.3.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY.
Agents Wanted for the
A BETTER PEN THAN GILLOT'S PEN.
These pens sell rapidly wherever introduced, to all
classes of people. Axe fully equal to the gold pen
for ease and beauty of wntlrg. More flexible and
durable than any steel pea ever manu lectured. Will
not corrode. Bead for sample box. Only 36 cents, or
two boxes for 60 cents. No. 1 for seneral use. No.
8 for Ladies, Schools and choice penmanship. Sent
free of postage. Honey refunded if they do not give
satisfaction. Address at. V. B. COWEN, Lafiyette,
The following is a sample of hundreds of letters
from parties who have ordered these pens.
Pottstows, Pa , July i, 1867.
at. V. B. COWEN, Lafayette, Inu.
DiiB 8m: The box of No. 1 pens ordered by me
some ten days since has arrived, and I am so much
pleased with them that I have concluded to take an
Arency for their sale, so fsr, at least, as to order
three gross No. 1 and one gross As. 2, foi which I
enclose your price to A gents, Addrtus
Rev. S. SIEGFRIED.
Warranted to last live times as long, and give bet
ter satisfaction than any steel pen manufactured.
Send for circular of testimonials from Professors of
e.cDoois ana colleges, and from prominent business
houses. 3;m8 cowss.
TNFORM ATIO N. Information
guaranteed to produce a Inrurlant growth of
hair upon a bald head or beard lew face.alm a recipe
Br ths rewotal of Pimples, Blofhoa, Eruptions, etc.
the .kin, leaving tbe same soft, clear, an4 beauti
fn , cu b obtained without charge by addressing
Tt I. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
r010 J Broadway, New York.
GREAT UNITED STATES
Of T. Y. Kelley & Co.,
No. 30 Vesey Street, New York,
Have opened in connection with tnir present ex
toQsire Wholesale Kntablibmnt, a Urge and
Elegant Retail Department!
For the exprv parpoM of retailing their goods to
c4Mtmtr$ at Wholesale Price. The immense pro6ta
which hare heretofore been put upon teu and cof
fee by the producers, the importer, the jobber,
brokers, peculator, wholesale dealer and finally
by the retail country merchantg, hvre o enhanced
iuv pi ttxtt vt ujfo oBFvu.ifti arucieB oi erery-aay iiie,
that many consumers bare been obliged to stint
themeelTea, or abntain altogether from the nse of
Tea and Coffee. It is a tact well known to those
who are familiar with the condition of the tea mar
ket, that there good are frequently retailed by
email dealer in the country at twice or thrice their
original ralue, and are even then so adulterated and
doctercd by un principled speculator as to be really
unfit for the see of any good and well provided
We do not see why this should longer continue,
and we therefore propose to retail our Wai 'and cof
e in mmll quanlittfto consumer, in all parts of
the country, at importing price with imch email
profit added thereto, aa in a widely extended and
eonstsntly increasing business may reasonably com
pensate us for our trouble. We guarantee our teas
and coffees at all times to be freth and pure and war
rant all goods sold from this house to give entire
satisfaction; otherwise the goods may be returred,
and the money will be re fun tie We challenge any
establishment in this conn try d. compete with us in
the quality and prices of our goods. We call espec
ial attention to all house-keepers and heads of fam
ilies to the following
OOLONG, Black 60, 70, 80, W, $1,00 per lb.. Best.
MIXED, Green & Black j 60, 70, 80, 90, $1,00 per lb.
YOUNG HYSON, Green j 80, TO, 80, 90, $1,00, f L10
IMPER1A L, G ree n 90, $1.00, $1 ,26.
NG. BREAKFAST, Biackl 70. 60, 90, $1,00, $1,30
JAPAN 90, $1,00, $1,26 per pound.
GUttPOWDfit, $1,25, $1,60 per pound.
We Import a very superior quality of Kiangsi
Oolong and Moyune Young Hyson Teas, put up in
original Chinese paokasres, containing one pound.
We Bell the Oolong at S1.30. and th Ynnn Uunnn
at $1 60 per pound
PURE RIO, 20, 25 and 30 cents per pound.
BEST OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, 40 cent per
ROYAL CLUB Extra fine 55 cents.
In order to meet the demands of the people of
Fremont and vicinity, we have appointed Memn. S.
Buckland ft Son Agents for the sale of our Teas and
Coffee. All goods are put up by ourselves in one
pound packages at our Warehouse in New York, and
retailed at Fremont, Ohio, by S. Buckland fc Son, at
the same prices at which they are to be had over our
counters in New York. All goods put up by a bear
the trade, mark of "The Grat United States Tea
Warehouse' of T. Y- Kelley k Co , stamped on the
package. None other are genuine. We es
pecially caution people against procuring their
goods of any 'compAmtf" in New York, Boston, or
el sewn ere, reprewenting themselves as being con
nected with our honce. We solicit a . ,.
Fair and Thorough Trial
Of our goods from all who are interested in buying
a first-class article of Tea and Coffee, at the lowest
possible rates. 35ni3.
MILO B. STEVENS.
ARMY AXD XA VY CLAIM AGENCY.
(Late Sanitary Commission Office.)
89 Bank Street, Room. 15,
CLAIMS for Bnuntv. Ba'lr Par, Pension, Increase
V7 Pension, Prise Money, and Commuration ol'
Rations nrossrntrd on reasonable terms. jYo Success
Ho fee H . n29-mt
Toledo, Wabash & Western R. W.
Pamencera Cariirit thronuh 10 (uiijcy
v . without cbnuto of nrn.;i
ON and alter MayS, 1887, trains will runs as Al
lows, (Sundays excepted:)
AIL TRAIN. EXPRESS VJIAIN.
Leave Toledo 1.15 A.M. ll.f.OA.M.
Arrive Quincy 2.00 A.M. J2.30r.M.
Keokuk 3.26 A. U' 3.00 P.M.
For the accomodation of Way Passengers, between
Toledo end sort Wayne, a pasennger Coscu will be
attached to the Freight Train, leaving at 6.14 P. M.
Trains arrive from the West ot 8.60 A. at. and 4.40
P.M. E. A. CUArlN,
Joan V. PaasDKS. Gcn'l Snpt.
Gen'l Ticket Agi-n. 31y.
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad.
VUand after Thursday, May 0th, 1807, trains w;
y run daily, (aundays excepted,; asioiiows:
Leave Fremont, at..... 11.16o'clock,A.M
Winters 11 48 ' "
" Kansas, 12 00
Amsden 12.11 P. H-
- Jackson 12 23 "
Reach Poatoria, 146
Leave rostorla 12 68
Arrive at Tindlay 2.00
Leave Tindlay, at 3.16 o'clook P. M
Arcadia, 3 61 "
Arrive at Foetoria, 4 16 .
Leave Poatoria. 4-8 11
'Jackson 4.60 ' "
" Amsden 6.02
Kansas 6.18 '
Arri vest Fremont 6.00
Trains only stoponslgnal.
Trainsleave Fremontin tho morniDg. afierthear
rival of Trains from Cleveland and Toledo, and ar.
rive at Fremont in the afternoonin time to connct
with Trains on theuieveland 6: Toledo RailBoad (loth
East and West.
Passengers by thislinereaeh Findlavseveralhoura
a advance oi any otnei route.
Buy Tickets, via Fremont. In ClevelandandTole
ao,at iBeTluetuncesoi the Clevelrrd and Toled
L. Q. RAWSON Sup't.
BROAD UAUGE DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE
NEW YORK, BOSTON,
and New ling land lilies.
THIS RAILWAY EXTKNDS FROM
.Dunkirk to New Vork 4GO !"JHe,
iiunaio to new iorK i.d iviiief.
Salamaoea toNcw Vork 415 fillet-,
AND 18 JKUM
jt-ir i-J io S7 nt(7f THE HUOUTEST
All trains run directly tbrouffh to New York. 460
niu en, without change ol loacbes.
Fromand after AuK.2titb, 1867, Trains will lea re
in connection with all Western lines, asfotlowf:
FHOlf DUNKIRK ANDSALAIVIANCA-
By New York time from Union Depots:
730 J. M. Exprett Mail, from Dunkirk, Daily
(except Sundays), stops at saiamancaiu uu
A. M.,and connects at FornellsTiile and
with theCorniog 8.00 A M. Evpress Mail from
Uuttalo and arrive in isew ioitat7.uuA. m.
2.35 P.M. Lightning Express, from Salamanca,
(Huoaay exceptea.; stops a. uorneiisvuie,
6 '25 p. m.t Supper intersecting with the
2.20 p. m. train irom Buffalo, and arrives in
iVw Yorkat7 00a. m.
4.16 P. M.Ifew York Went Express from Dunkirk
uaiiy (except onnaayn). etopBai aaiamanca
0 da p. m.; Uleau T.aid p. m. a upper ; i urn
er's 9.fi6 a. m. Bkftj.andarriTeftin iTew York
at 12 30 F. M , connecting with Afternoon
Trains and steamers lor bob ton ana ivew c.og-
9.50 ft. M, Cincinnati Ex pi ess, from Dunkirk, (Sun
dats txcepteu l stops at saiaxranciv 11.00 p
m..and connects at Unrnelsville with the It 20
p.m. Train frou BalT.Io, arrivirg in Acw
jtorx p. m.
FROlTlt BUPFAIO-BjAew York lime from
uepotuor. Axcnange ana uicnigan oxreeis
j45 A. M. Ife York Day Express, (Sundays ex
cepted). stop at uorneiisvuie v ui a. m.
fBkft:i Suruaehannah 217 pm-. TDine;
Turner' 7 6o p. m. Supper:) and arrives in
New York at 10.30 P.M. Connect at GretU
Bend with the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad for Philadelphia, Baltimore,
800 A. M.Ervrts Mail, via Avon and Home lis-
vilie (Uaiiv, except Sundays;. Arrives lc Aew
York at 700. A.M. Connects at Elmirawith
Northern Central Railway for Harris burgh,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and
2,30 P' M. Lightning1 Express, Sundaysexccpted,
stop at norneiiBTine o.zo p. ra. i supper
and arrives in New York 7.00 A. M. Connects
at Jersey City with Morning Express Train
of New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and
Washington, and at New York with Mornixg
Express Train for Boston and New England
6.10 P. iV. Htm York Night Express, Daily. Stop
at r ortage a oo p. m. LSupperj, intersecting at
Hornellsville with the 4.16 P. M. train from
Dunkirk, and arrive in New York at 12.30 p m
110 P- M. Cincinnati Express, Daily (except
Sundays), stop at sot-qae Hannah 7 JU a m,
(Bkft); Turner's 1.10 p m (Dine,) and arrives
in New lora atd.zo r. ai. connecisai nimi
ra with Northern Central Railway for Harris
birg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington,
and nointn South, at Great Bend with Dela
ware, Lackawanna h Western Railroad for
Scran ton, ana ausew xora wiin Aiternoon
Trains nd Steamers for Boston and New
Nw; Bngiana cities.
nnlT One train East on Sunday, leavine BniTa-
loatO.10 r. a.,J.narw-uiuiiBn s ur w.owr. ni.
RaiIah aind New Enrland Passentcers. with their
aggage,aretran8lerre ay reeoj caareinisew if oik.
tr-if" Tn nleasure traveler the line of the Krie
Railway present many object ot m teres., paseicg
thrmign tire oeaiiwiui vuey me vnemuiig.cios
nnahannah: Delaware and. Ramapo rivers, an even
changing panorama of nature's beauties commands
T11K BKST .VKHTILATKD AND HOST LUXURIOUS
fV lit THE fTORLD jn
un.maasvallaiehttrainson this railway.
Baggagscheckedthrough,andfarealways as low
as hy any other Bonte.
beobtainedatall PriucipalTicket OBicesin the West
ami Snutli-West, j r
II. Ill !'.,
lieu'l Pass. Agent-
S T(A T.E M E N" T
., ' OK THE WNIHTIliN OK IBK
Hartford Liffi and Accident
Auhitob or Statk's Offr'k,
DEPARTX E'T OF INHrRA
CoLt'MBCS, Sept. 2J,
J, 167, 5
IT is hereby certified that the Hartford Life and
Accident insurance Company, located at Hart
ford, in the State of Connecticut, has complied, in
all respects, with the laws of this State relating to
such 1Esuraoce Companies, for the current yea and
has 6 led in this oilices a sworn Statement, by proper
officers, showing its condition and baeinew, at tho
date of such Statement, a follows:
Amount of actual paid up Capital $147,950 CO
A mount of Capital wcured to be paid 152,050 00
Argrogatejamount of available Acuetts.. 93,419 28
Afirtrrente amount of Liabilities 1,000 00
Amount of Income for tbe preceding year 5,25141
Amount of Expenditures for the preceding
year . ...... . vv
In witness whereof. I hare hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office to be af
fixed, the day and year aoove written.
JAS.u.ijUunAM, Aumior oi state.
By Jas. Williams Chief Clerk.
Ward & Bntiuan- Agents, Fremont. O.
To be Drawn at Covington,
Class R, Sept. 16th,
Class S, Sept. 30t!i,
1 prize of $60,000.
1 prise of 8,000,
2 prises of 6.000.
63 prises of 400.
9 prizes of 20.
A prises ftf lfO.
1 prize of $20,000.
1 prize of 7.000.
9 prizes of 1,000.
9 prizes of 300.
IS prizes of 200.
220 prizes 125.
261 prizes of 60.
FRIZE8 AMOUNTING TO $230,660.
82,000 ACMBERS AJVD 788 PRIZES.
Ticket 9Vi, Halve $U, Quarters J..
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY, The numbers from 1
to 32, COO, printed ou scpirste slips of paper, are en
circled with sirall tin tubes, snd placed in one
wheel. The prizs, cf which there are 788, Tarying
as aboTe, from ijO.OCO to $j), are similarly printed
on separate slips, encltcled, and placed io another
wheel. Thewbeelsaro then revoled, and a number
Is drawn from the wheal of numbers, and at the
same time a prize is drawn from the other wheel,
The number aad prize drawn out are opened and ex
hlbited to the audience, and registered, the prize
being 'placed against ths number drawn. This op.
eration is repeated until all the prizes are drawn
lyThe shore Magni'cent Single-Numler Lot
tery will be drawn In public, in Corington, Ky., i.y
Sworn Commissioners, at o'clock P. M., at the
ner of Fourth and Scott Sts. The Kentucky c' --.
Lotteries are no Gift nterpnzes, bat r.H5.::
Money Lotteries, that have oaen conducted i :
past thirty years, and are diawn under the au
ty of a charter from the State, and booUs are g;.:
lor tbe payment of all prizss. The drawings
published in the New York Herald and Cincinnati
The above scheme will be drawn the middle and
lst of each month during 1867 and 1S68.
jgCircnlars of Lotteries drawing daily sent by ap
plication to the Manager. Addreiu al ord.rs for
icketsto MURRAY, EDDY & CO ,
8Tyl , ' i-Aitvm,
The Fremont Journal.
DIE SCHOENSTE PERLE.
DIE SCHOENSTE PERLE. (The Purest Pearl )
ltef ilc llie clmruU door, a we ty and lono,
A blind w.Miinn a:it on the cold door stone ;
The wind was biltiir, tlie snow (ell last,
And the mucking voice of tbe fitful blast
Secniril ever ! mock her moaning cry,
Aa she begged for alms of the pagseis by ;
"Have f jiy on me, have pity 1 pray ;
My back is bant, and my hair is gray."
Tho bells were ringinc the hour of nraver,
And miny good people were gathering
But, covered with fins ami mantles warm,
They hurried by through the wintry storm
Some were hopiui; Ihuir souls to save.
And some were thinking of death and the
And alasl they had no time to heed
The poor soul seeking for charity's meed,
And some wore blooming with beauty
But closely mullli-din veils of lace :
They saw not the sorrow, and htard not the
Of her that tat on the cold door stone.
At lact came ono of noble name,
Bv the citr countnl the wpolll.lr.at ,1.,,,,..
And the pearls that o'er her neck was
She proudly there to the beggar flung.
Th n followed a maiden young and fair,
Adornrd with clusteis f r,)l,l,.i, hair
But her dress was thin snd tcanty and worn,
in. veT nu net'gar s seemed more torlorn
" no yarnw iook, ana a pilying sigh,
She u liirn -red toft. "Kn irwrol Inn. I
But I give you my prayers, good friend,"
"And .surely 1 know (Hod listens to nie."
On her p-:or weak hand, so sunken and
The blind woman foil a .!, r.,11
xneo Kitstu it, ana said to the weeping girl,
si is yuu uiiii nave given tnc purest pearl.
A Solid House.
Among the grcntst establishments which
are the pride of the Metropolis, the publish
lug house of D. AppJcton t Co , 413 and
445 Broadway, New York, is worthy of
special uol-c". Known for nificy years as
the means of introducing some of our most
emiccut Authors to the j ublic, no less than
for i!s judicious republications of transat
lantic literature, this house has gradually
xU tided its operations over tin: finld of let
ters till it has laid every r.'ad r and thinker
in our land uuder d-cp snd lasting obliga
The educational text-Looks of the Apple-
tons ahn? uurebt r more than two huudred.
emloacing some ol the most popular work
prouuetu in iiiuer.ca. uu taeir Uiiuil'igue
sro found the timc-hnnored Speller of Web
ster, with Us enormous sale of a million and
and a quarter yearly, and the Webster
Header, deslnif d, Iierhip3, to attain an equal
populaiity; also, Cornell's Geographies,
wlios'? unique ana admiraijle method has
kept them in our (Jomuion jchro!s lor years,
despite all efforts ill behalf of rivsl series.
J hey nave also given to the public Qnack
enbos's standard text books, familiar every
where as household w.rds his Rbctoi ic and
CompoMtion, which have supersede! all
others; his Unitexl States Histories, hi'
(Jratnmir?, bis Natural 1 hilosophy, and
lastly, his recently published Arithmetics,
which arc admitted to surpr.ss all others in
the practical tone of their teachin ,s, and
their recognition ct the important financial
changes which the last six ypars have
wrought. We may also mention l oumans s
Uhemibtry, liarkuerS s excellent Latin
Series, Hnd'.ev's (Jrqok Grammar, Arnold's
ad run able Latin and Greek Manuals, Ollen
doiffs Series, and their various French.
Spanish, and German Grammars and
Dictionaries, confessedly llie best collection
extant on the modern languages.
Jn other departments, the A ' plot on s
puoncaiions are cqua;iy valuable, lhc
Kailway Uuide, always up to d,te, is in
dispensib'e to the traveler, while their
Handbooks ot Northern 1 ravel, of Southern
Travel, and of American Travel, are well
known to every tourist. In Fiction, the
publ:cat;ons of this lioti'e have been
peculiarly meritcrious. Eschewing the
sensational school, they have delighted the
reading public with a variety of sterling
novels, whose foundation of solid metit has
insured their permanent reputation ; as ex
amples we need only to allude to the
Muhlbach .Series, now so deservedly popular.
And so in other derailments in books of
travel, in history, in ph-Iosophy, m theology
they nave maae soma oi tue m"st success
ful issues ol day. JNor, in this connection.
should that greatest of all their enterprises
be forgotten, the New American Cyclopedia,
without doubt the one most useful woik that
a library can contain.
Above all, we wo Jld commend the An
pletons for the high muial tone of their
publications. Their weight has always been
thrown cn the right side. Ihey have been
remarkably si'unesstul in avuidii-g those dan
gcrous woiks, too ccnimon in thes-i latter
days, which, under the guif-e of Btartling
noveny ai.a a piquant style, have dealt in-
Hdious Idows at morality and reliuion
Would that all our publishers had displayed
equal care! in llie belief that the circula
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the community, we advise our readers to
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tluy will find what will suit their taste, Le
it "grave or gay, lively or severe.
A 1'age County, Iowa, letter savs: Just
now me grasshoppers are Tory bad with us.
You have no idea how abundant thev are.
The ground is perfectly alive wiih ihem ;
tney nu tue airior many iect unward : Ihev
strike you as you walk to and from your
neais; tue ptiniic and private buildings are
black with- them ; they infest everything.
Corn is almost out of the resell of their des
truction, but still hfirc ard there is a field
that will bestripped. Ciibbaee will be com-
caicn up by them, and iu consequence of
their presence no lail wheat will be sown.
The West ia full of them, rod ihev are
ourueying Eastward. Like tbe death-an
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Charily covers a lnuUituile of sins;
the tailor and tho tlres makers :t niiil
titikle tf sinners.
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C. A. VAN TINE,
SGtf Sandusky, Obio.
UN01N BUSINESS INSTITUTE.
Tuition Cheap to Young Men
To Self-Supporting ladies
a-Vud for Cirenlare. S.S. CALKIN'S, PrtVt.
"I 7"E bavc re-opened onr Coal Yard and offering a
T superior article of Smith Coal lor seven dot
lars per too.
n.0m3. . . D.JUMB CO,
a HOUSEHOI W T II 0 U T
fa TARRANT'S SKJ.7-; ; RIENT wllhln
ffn reacii hctis so -important saguard of
K h-.a'th aud liM At.-wd- soflhsstand-
fiasS avd remedy f .r iudigetion ennstipation
and bi'ItousneiiB, relieve every distressing
ana aswa"Jl"P'"m prevent daig rjus conse.
F a Sale nr ths Emtiri Drpo Taana
PAINTS FOR FARMERS,
X AND OTHE1W-THK GRAFTON MINERAL
FAINT COMPANY are now manafactarintr the Bflt.
Cbeip6Rtail most Durable Faint in arte; two coat
well put on, mixed with pnre Linseed Oil, will la 1 10
or 14 yeare; it is of a light brown or bean ti fa) choco
late color, and cau be changed to green, lead, ttone,
olire. drab or cream, to suit the taste of the con-
aimer. It in valuable for Houpen, Baron, Feocen,
Af-ricultural I m piemen tn. Carriage and Car maker,
Pai'r-aDd Wooden-ware, Cat van, Metal and Shingle
Koof, (it being ire and Water Froof,) Bridges,
Burial Canff), Ca nl Bnats Ships and Ships' Bottom.
Fl'Xtr Oil Clot'jH, (one Manufacturer haying usd &000
bbls. the paat yoar,) and an a paint f.-r any purpose is
uutiurpaBgeu inr o-wiy, auraDiitty, eiamicity, and art
hesivcueHfl. Price per bvL, of 300 lbs., which will
supply a farmer for ypars to come Warranted in all
cacv-safl asabire. S:nd for a circular which gives
full particulars. None geuftiue unless branded in a
iraue mar a iTra.Tn Mineral rami, A duxes,
DANIJlL BiOWELL, Pbopbiktor,
254 Pearl Street, New York.
( AAA AGEiVfSwantedtosellsixnewinTentinnB,
lyJUu of great value to famiiies; all pay great
proum. otnu uc ma gei ou pages ana sample gratis.
Agents have made $100,000.
Ef HBAm Browv. L' well, Mass.
Coo;binesin one trarment a ner
feet tilting Corset, and the most
desirable Skirt Supporter ever
cllrtred the public. It places the
weigRE oi ine satrts upon the
sbo ulcers instead of the hips; it
lniprurea tue lorm wunnui ttgnt
lacing; gives ease and elegance;
is approved and recommended by
D. B. SAUNDERS CO.,
96 Summer street, Boiton.
The Metropolitaa Collar Co.
Make Fifty-Eight varietiesof
La Jits' and Gents' Collars and Cuff. The largest
concern tor rnper uoogb in the woru.
Office, UOT liroadivuy . X.
AGKNTS WASTKDfor a new p-,hlication, needed
in very family. Commifisiors 0 per cent. Send
30c. for sample, or address P. Garrktt Co., Phila
delphia. YOU'RE WANTED! LOOK Here!
Agents both male and female, wanted every.
..here to sell tbe Patent Improved Ink Reservoir,
(by which from one to two pages can be written
without replenishing wi'h ink. aud our Fan-y and
Dry GLiodf, ec Can clerfr:ni $3 to S'Oaday. No
capital require 1- Pri.e 10 cents, with an advertise
ment describing an article for sale io our Dollar
Purchasing Agency. CiTculars sent free.
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6d Hanover St t Boston, Mass,
WANTE D SALESMEN To
travel aad sell Roods bv sample. Good
wages and steadv employment Address with stamp,
uia.uu,ri!.Hh. (jo , Cleveland Uktv.
fA IAA DAY MAI
nlU ONE. with my Pa
'rl prepay samples Iree. Be'
MADE BY ANY
Patent Stencil Tools.
prepay Bamples free. Beware of infringers.
My circulars will explain. Address A. J Fuliam.
Spring field, Vermont.
Mr. VAN NORMAN'S
NGLISII AND FRENCH FAM
ILY SCHOOL for Young Ladies. No. 5 West
38 street. New York, will re-open Sept. 26. For full
information see circular. AddrePRaa abore.
The Richest Han in the World.
EXTRACT OF A LSTfR FROM BARON 80LOMOST ROTH-
Paris, 8th April, 1864, 25 Rue Fan by, St Bonore.
Will von be kind enough to have forwarded to me
here 200 bottles of your Indian Liniment; if you will
send at the fuune time tbe account, I will forward
tou the amount throuah MeBsra. Bolmont & Co.,
Baron Solomon Rothchild havinir recommended to
many of his friends Mnjnr Lane's LINIMENT, and
they'being desirous to procure it, he should advise
him to establish a depot iu Pari
THE INDIAN LINIMENT,
Asa re lie', ever ready: at a tiller cf pain, taken In
wardly, or outwardly applied, has no equal. For the
reli fandcureof Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affections
prams, Braice. c .it is cneitatled. It is also most
efficacious, taken in-vsrdy, in the cure of Cholera,
Cramps and Pains in the Stom vsh. Diarrhoea, Dys
entery. Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, fcc, and
is without exception the most wonderful Panacea.
the world iiiorrs. No tamily fhoutd be without it
Every traveler by land ornarhouU have a bottle
Miners amd Farmers refiitHn at a distance from
physicians shouid keep it constantly on hand. In
case of Accidents, and sudden attacks of stomach
CompTaints, its value canuot be estimated I c quire
i r wajor i-a'i- a iu'uhu i-iinnreni., ana laee no
other. Frice 60 cts. per bottle. For sale at whole
sale and retailby Deuus Barnes k Co , '21 Park Row
New York; Gale Rob-nson, 188 Greenwich st., N.
Y;F. C Wel?sf 192 Fulton st . N Y;Chas N Critten
den, 38 6th Avenue, H Y, and by respectable drug
gists throughout the world. iVonc genuine unless
sizned by John Thomas Lane, and oiuntersiirned bv
J. T. Lane 4 Co., proprietors, 163 Broadway N Y.
Send for Circular.
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east ircn or marhine SU;ccil tools. Send for our
New Catalogue of I.nprod Stencil Dies, 20 varieties
ell nf Steel, carefully Bnisbed and tempered. S. M.
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the effects of early pernicions habits, self abuse, im.
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Only eTperiecc'id and cc:e;sful Agents Wanted.
For particulars address.
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riDK FOK 1807. is row readr. contaiulni
a list of 1500 rarietiis of Kulbous Floweis, with
A BEAUTIFUL COLORED TLATK,
and full directions for culture. Sent post. paid on
the receipt of 10 ct-ats. Ad tress HO a.V it Co,, 53
North Market street, Boston, Mass.
WE ARE COMING
And will present to nnv person sen Jinn us a club in
our Great One Price Sale of Dry and Fancy f. wds.
a sii2 ure-s I aiiern, nece or Mieeting, Watch
ic , free of cut, Catalut ofgouda, and pimple,
sent to any aidrera free. Addrees J. S. J1A H'F.H hi
Co 30 Hanover at, Bouton, Mass. P.O. Box 6J26.
AGENTS WANTED 10 to 20a
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ti.b Skwj.vu Macuinr. Price $-0. It uses two
threads, and makes tin genuine Lo?fc Stitch. All
other Joar priced michin make tho Chaii Stitch.
axciUHive terrtlory given, ftena lor circulars W.
G. WILSON & Co., Manufacturers. Cleveland, Ohio.
A Complete History of Hie jYow Stes
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Ocean. By Albert D. Richardson. Over 20.000
copies sold in one month- Life and Adventure on
varies, Slonntr.in, and tho racilie Coast. With
over -00 Descriptive and Photographic Views of the
Scenery, Cities, Lands, Mines, People and Cariosities
of the new States and Territories.
To prosnective envirrants and settlers in tha Fr
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will prove an invaluable assistance, sinnlvintr as it
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our terms, and a full dnxcriptiou of the work. Ad
dress NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. .
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can reach them out- $00 per day can be made f ure.
Pice per hundred, including watch, $15. ReUi! at
!5 cts each. Also dealers in cheap Jewelry, Siiv.r
Ware, Photographs, &c. For full particulars ol
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other s1eabl goo's, addrt-s R. MONROE KEN
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EEP COPIES OF ALL YOUR
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A 7 f" To S100 per month and t
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aco aud .A -Ureas Amcri:aa Wire Co.. 102
Broadway, New Yoik .
AGENTS WATTED. To Insur
an Agents, &, Ac We wish to stcureao
aitr.t iu ev-Ty city of more than 5,0uQ population, to
r.cf. lor us in Mrrsjs.nff forbnsinefi. A man who is
aii-edy esUaOii!.! in ion.e occipation which alluws
h'Tii a iVw Fpre Iio-jts, ean easily inc-ease his income
(evrrai huiMtrd dolUrs per year. Thw in an oppor
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t or with the b' st estabiUhM Advertising Air'ucj
In tiie United SUtei1. Address, with fall particulars
relerences, Ac, (iRO. P, ROWILI. k Co.. 40 Park
Row, V Y,
J.m I.-ttis. hy ufiog the Pk-V letter book,'
And Pan InstA-stroiifi Sjmpathftic Copying Ink,
iVo Pr"S .ir u-4.tpr unvA. I,st-ri wriltt-n with tit is
"ni f ii -V.ftlp its 1lm I'arn l.Atlur llfnlr wi
INSURANCE ! I !
WESTERN INSURANCE COMY'S
OF BUFFALO, N. Y.
SEL'MJITY 11VSIJRAKCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK ClTV.
I AM prepared totakeHutlor Cri;o ri.iksnn Oraio
or Lumber in either of the above prompt and re
sponsible companies at the lowest going rates; will
make it to the advan'sge of those desiring Marine
Insurance to call and see me.
Marck 26, 167. 13m.
Home Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
2dlh Semi-A tmual SlatemerU, showing the con
dilion of the Company on the 1st
day of Jitly, 8fifi.
Casta Capital, $2,000,000.00
Assets, 3, 596, 9-2:2,00
.est asa.Ko BtMtWl IUB K IH OI in" .OTOpa-
ny consist in Bonds and Mortgagesand UnitedStates
This Company by its efficient officers and men at
...u lia nSr-miiu.uu,uiiiiDai!i up u organu
iu uv vmca aiaies lor rKK
All persons seeking Insurance should remember
ha Rnma nf Ko-m Va.L
CHARLES J. MARTlN.Presldent.
Joan Mo(Jl. Secretary.
I. H. WasnsuR.v, Aast.Sec'y.
K. W. B. JlcLELLAS, .4.29111.
Fremont, Aus;. 10.18.;6.
H;is been iu successful operation
NEARLY 20 YEARS,
And has more I'"anu Property insured tlian
all the Companies iu the Stale.
Capital, $325,000 00.
Surplus Cash, 140,000 00.
Losses abutted aud paid since organization
Til Id COMPANY PAYS TftI5 WHOLE AMOUNT
of all losses and damages by Fire and Lightning
Dp to the amount insured. Rates of insurance are
from to lower than any other
For J'unciualily in Payment and JlonoraUe
ness in Dealing, wt would liefer you to
Adam and George Kaibler, of Itiley Tp.
James Ntcley, Ureeu Creek.
Jeremiah Gilljs, Ililey.
John Grant, Iiallville.
Henry Hoffman, Jacbaon.
G. H. Colvin, Townsend.
James Beebe, Townsend.
To whom were paid 5.(HJ0 00. . 1.200 00.
of which since September last.
There are 1,000 Farmer nimiliered ninong
iuu ffuirou. oi .nnuiiNuy ueuuiy aloue.
GIVE US A CALL!
We also would solicit the patronage of
people of t remout for the
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Whose paid up Capital is S'JOO.OOO OO. fCert:-
Bed by Superintendent Insurance Department of New
York.) Over 100 persons are patrons of this Compa
ny in Fremont.
. ZAC1IABV KOSM, Agent,
Sandusky, Ottawa !: Erie Counties.
June 28, 1867. 26m3.
MAFUFACTURER AND DEALER IA
ALL KINDS OF
TOMCCO AND SEGARS!
In Bncklnnd'n New Block, Opposite tbe
1st National Bank,
SIGN OP THE BIO INDIAN.
(1 KOCEK3, Saloon-keepers, snd Hotel proprierae
T areespecially invited to call and examintomy
...1. i.rgreBi aoa mosi complete ot any
auw.cipiiu tnisseciion oi tneeountry.
My motto is quick sales and sinal Iprofi ts.
fremont, Nor. 24,1886. 7yl.
!?fSf - vs. : lrt Opposite the Bank of
feaik FREMONT, OHIO.
I H. ALTAFFEK,
VfTOULDrehpectfally announce to the citizens ol
f f Fremont and surrounding country , that he has
just opened an entirely new stock ot
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which be is prepared to sell, Wholesals and Retail,
the lowest figures. He would especially invite
Hotel and Saloon-Keepers, to exsmine his noods, be
fore parchasinr elsewhere. CHEWING TOBACCO, of
lie best brands.
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, MATCHES, CI
GAR-HOLDERS 4 TOBACCO
' . . POUCHES,
In'endlees variety, constantly on hand .
XW City andcountry customers will be supplied
with everything in my line of business, at reasona
Fremont.Junel, 1866. 25yl.
AY BUCKLAND' S NEW BLOCK.
I RESPECTFULLY announces to the publie that
, he baa just fitted up a first class Hair Dressing
and Shaving Saloon, in Buckland's New Block,
where he will be pleased to see both old and n-w
He has a room fitted up expressly for the use of
ladies and he will give especial attention to
Ladies Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing.
OLD SWITCHES, CURLS,
&C. , 6cC. ,
Made as good as new.
made to order.
All kinds ofladifsbairwork
n'JS vl5 tf.
Has bought the
where he is making the
ever raaTe in
Go and see if it is rot io.
PHOTOGRAPHS, A. P. WILES,
rremont, April, 1867 16tf.
pw Cigar Store !
- PINE TREE
Vor Ihe iiiiiiiDllnle rrlirfand sptcdy cure
ol Touslis, :oM, lloarKni'M, ore
Tbroui. itronch His, Tickling In
. Ihe Taroni, Uuiarrb, eVc.
Relief Obtained in Five Minnies.
l'nblie Speakers an'JSipgfrwii!od thesa Trfccbo
invaluah'e lor strensthenin? and cleai us tie voice
and allying all irriution cf ihe l Uroatand Bronchia
Tuh,-s icciJent to vocal rx.riicn. As they contain
no Opium or anything in tlie least ti.jurio-js to the
most deiicate (nnt.tituttoc, tiiej rai be t,ken as
freely as neces."ary. Slight CoMn. Coughs, Hoarse,
npssand Sore Tbruat, which really jie'd to the
1'ina Tree Tar Troches, sfconld be checked imroedi
ately, anil brfore the it ll.mreation reaches the Brun.
rl.ial Tubs U"I Lun?, wtaifh would produce Brou,
chitis and t'nn; tii.ti. The valuable medicinal pro
peititsi.ftheTaxoflhe White l'ine Tree are al most
nuiversil'y known, and is regarded aa one of the
birt rcmectes for all diaeasos of the Throit and
Lungts. It sjr.ths and allays all irritation, reduoea
iaSaiumalinn, and hv a peculiar and marked bene
ficial elfect on the Organs of Kes(iration. The
bite Pine Tar, when retined, po.se tl-ese valuable
propeitira in the his hest degree, and has beon com
bined with oth.r valuable ingredients to form the
e'.ezant and convenient preparation, known as "Ben
tok's fine Tree Tar Trochee.
UihkctiiiJs Ho particular directions are to be ob
served In the nie of these Troches. One nrt.6
should be taken at a time, allowing themt. dissolve
f!-wly in the mouth, and rejat whfn necessary.
ton Chiu.hk.i Disso've foar Troches instable
spoocful of hot water.and give half a teaapooi f ill
every hour, or as often as nec-s.rarv
Observe the fac simile of the Proprietor's siguatnr.
on the wrapper of each box, without which it cannot
ilentou'i, l'ine Tree Tar Troches are prepared only
bT C. O. BENTOV,
Chemistaid Diwgikt, ItUand HI Detroit street,
or baus sr au. DurcuiSTS.
I'll ICE 23 CEMS.
May -0,yl- Bsicbki k lurrr.r.a
I " -! r I I
GHILVT WESTERIX DEPOT
FOR THE SALE. OF
0HGAiS & MELODEOAS
AC, AC, &0.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
No. V. Comer 1'ublie Square,
Mr. H.heg4 leave to sav to the citirvcs of Fremont
aud vicioity that baring tor maiy yea-s tern largely
engaged in the Musical Instrument trade in the
Great West, wiih headuuarters at Cleveland, baviot
the very bust futilities ior i'unish'ng good and reli
b!e instruments and wo'iM be p.t-a-ted to tear from
the musical public in this locality, and Ukes good
pleasure in refering to Messrs. Wilcox Gxikkk cf
Isa fsvrie with nu. eed haTtn dealt largely in
this b.auiiful instrGcitb. for n-iny jvais, n take
great plianure in rc mn:troding it t our patrons,
and with an assortment from over 2 other good
New York and Boston iuakerd. we liave unequaied
advantages in the West
J E V ETT A i l ti OO DM AJN
Has also e l-.tiiiff p;AC; in our i'uetpie t
ClMU-'aud aud in too weil konw.-i ti ued tuitifj
Ctiuiusut. As it had becoiue't3itj a too ct.-iutt.On
prart'ee ftr parties to csil iur?r.i,r trtstraiwiitd jocd
and sell 'hem lor such, we hope t ie suctbtul in
fM.KKiia.hiug a permanent trade on a uniioiui b - s 0(
lair dealing and thereby secure theeut re confidence
of the public.
Hoping that tjj,s iulroducK-ry niHtc-f vt our uiunic
tr;iij may It ttti ;u a mutualiy, t-u-a-Miiil iiaO p.onLable
ac'p.aintasce with irii:ed tui mup-c t'-viug peo
ple vl Fremont and vic-uity. w are veiy truly
Vour obedient a5cxvaak.
Cleveland, Julv 4, 1847. i7yl. '
J. FEATHER STONE & CO.,
WE WILL RECEIVE 0IIDEIIS
MUSIC, tc, tfec,
At prop rt he letors prlcee.
tl8jrlj WfLCOX A GIlPlE.
"JT E3 Z .
Lock Slilih ScHiocr Mathinfs
IMPROVJCD IN 1867.
SIMPLE, DUSAELE AND ELEGANT
AGF.NT3 awi"i to whorj t c'us're territory wiil
e g!vn. aHnd fur wniin o: aork andeir-
TM- Mtcbice has loth ft:? weel iA fjr nti.r
feed anl is en lallv wli adapted Io Iiw and tiyht
wrk, runs witn grit e;-e-i an w..e tzsily tiitn
any oilier ma' h rite in u'ket'
(i.W. CROWFIX CO
IU! Superior street, ClwiMd, O.
n28( t15, m
thri.r'ri'riii lan" 'irTlTWvavv,:T!T7ii n' !
G R E A T N EW E NGLAND
WHITE PINE COMPOUND.
' fw now offered to the atllieted throughout the coun
try, ster haviog been proved by tbe teet of !evs
years, fnthe New Bug laud States, where its merits
have become an well known as the tree from which. In
part, it derive its virtues.
THE WHITE PINE COMPOUND
Cores sore-threat, eolds, cough, dyptberia, hrt bw
chitis. spitting ot blood, and pulmonary lT4ctiona
genera! ly. , It is a remarkable remedy foi kitlM join
p'ainta, aiitbetea, difbcally of voiding uriae, biredinf
from the kidneys and bladder, gravel and other com.
plainta. . . ... , . ; .
Tlsc "White Pine Ccmponnd.
"It wis ear?y in the spring of '62 that this con
pound was originated. A membrr of my family was
afflicted with an irritation of t he throat attended with)
adiaagreeable cough, I had for some moaths previ
ons thought that a preparation having for its basis
the inside bark of whi'e pine might be so compound
ed a to be very useful in di sea pea of tho throat end
lungs. To teat the value of it io the case alluded to,
1 eoiL.pnunded a small quantity of tbe medicine tbat
I had been planning, and gave It In teaeproofel doe.
The tei-ult was exceedingly gratifying. Within two
days the irritation of the throat waa removed, tb
eoTigh sue sided, and a speedy cure wasePeeted. Sooar
after this I sent to a lady in Londenderrj, M. H.,
who had been suffering fr k-ei weeks from m bad
rough, occasioned by a sudden cold, and aad raised
mucus ctreaked wiih blood. She soon found relief aad
sentfor more. Phe took about ten onpcrs of it, and
got well. J. R.Clarke, Eeq., editor of tbelfaJ.er.esto
Daily 3irror,made a tziai of the same preparation i
thecace-of a severe eold and was cured immedratel
He was so highly pleased with tberesuIte,andM co
fident In succeesatten ing itarales.it placed be fo
the public, that he finally pereuaded me to give it
name, and xend it abroad to benefit the suffering. 1
Not ember, 1855, 1 first advertised it under lb nam
ot White Fine Compound. In two years- fmn tba
time there had been wholaaled in Manchester aloa
one hundred dollars worth, where it took tho lead
all too cough remedies in tho market., and it eti
meiatalBS that position.' There is good reason to
tbis; it is very soothing and healing in its nature, t
warming to the stomach, aad pleasant withal to th,
UFrtejaiidHv exceedingly ebeap. . t
isa remedy for kidney eomplainta tho White Pino
Compound stands unrivaled. It waa not originated
for tbat purpose; but a person in aniogit for a cough
was not oniy cured of the eouflh, but waa also cured
of a ki-u?y difficulty of tea years' standing. Sine
that accidental discovery many thousands have weed
itfor tbe same eon-p'aint, and have been completely
cured." . - i
The above waa written by Dr Poland in I860. Bloc
then, as in Manchester, the White l'ine Compound
ub taaen ine leaooi an eougB remMiea, as well as
preparations for the care of kidney dijnooltie,ia ov
eryeity, town, village and hamlet throng he at tho
ISew England States.
This remedy is as safe and pleasant to take aa it is
The editor of the Manchester Dally and Weekly
Jvftrrr,in the leaderof the Daily, thus write of tho
Compound: "The White Fine Compound is adver
tied at own length in oar eol-emns, and we ar
happy to lent a that tb demaad for it is increasing
beyond ail previous expectations. It is the vary best
medicine for coughs and colds we know of, and no
family that haa one aited it will bo without it. W
speak from ourow n knowledge, it is sure to kill a cold,
and pleasant as it is sure. Tbe greatest Inventions
come by accident, and it Is singular tbat th Whit
Pine Compound, made for coughs and cold hou't
prove to he the greatest remedy for kidney difficult
known. But so it Is. We cannot doubt it, so many
testimonials com to us from well known men. Be,
sides, the character of Dr. Poland la sneh tnatw
know that ha will sot oountenanc what ia wrong.
"A Baptist clergyman, studying medicine to fii d
remedies for his ailments, with a delicate, coucurr
tive look, standing with one foot upon tb grav, b
made the discovery which saved himfelf, and railed
out from others th strongest testimonials possible.
We have known Dr. Po'and for yens, and never knew
a more conscientious, honest, upright man, azd tr
glad to slate that we believe whatever he saysaboa'
his White Pine Compound."
TIIE WflllE PINE COJIFOIND.
GEOKGE W. SWEET, M. D-, Proprietor.
Prepared at the New England Botanical Depot, 106
Hanover Street, Boston, under th supervUkn ol
Rev. J. W. Poland.
Strong h Armstrong; Cleveland, Ohio, and Benton
Myers, Car field, Ohio, Wholenle Agent.
Far sale by all Druggists in Fremont.
March 15, 1867. (hd col vl5 nil yl sp n v w
Of at Silver Medal
was aWAXOKD TO
flf BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE
V By the N. H. State AcTkralrural Society, at
us t sir notuea in mwin.. wp... lew.
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Reitores Gray II air to its natural color. Pro-
motes the growth ot the Hmtv Cha&efl tho
rooU to their origiuiU ormuiic actkm. tnwii- v
lfV ctt tea Daudnitr and llumors, PrrreoU w
. Uiiir tailing ouL I a Superior Dressing. aftW
A Itcrmtaina no injuhoua inirmiient, JqW
jAA and themot popuitrrand reli
yjr able article throuzhoul tt .
T V- East, West, Noah and 4Lj
et SOUth. -a IT
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor,
MANCHESTER, K. H.
E. DILLOX A SOX, Agents, Fremont
L. B. MYEHS, Elmore.
W. B. DIMMICK, Bellevue. 1 tyl
Poland's aiasric Bilious Powders
THIS PREPARATION isthdiscovei
of Rev. J. W. Poland, formerly Pas
tor of the Babtist Church in Goffstown,
H. Handa man dearly beloved by that
denomination throughout New England;
He was ob Hired to leave the pulpit and
study medicine to sav his own life, and his MaIO
Pokdkrs ar on of tbe most wonderluldiscoveriesof
modern times. It is the rrtmt Liver and Billion
Remedy which completely throws in th shad alt
othr dioroveries in medicine; and it affords him
much gratification" that they receive thenoanimen
approbation of all who have tested them. The Magi
Bilious Powders area positive cure for Liver Com
plaint inits most agravated form, and an immedi
ate corrector of al 1 Bilious darangtntent, excellent
for Htdaelm, Constipation, Pimples, Blotches, aal-
lowtkuo, irowsines,LisstneflS, ueanoum, raipiia--tioo.and
a most wonderful Cure and Preventive oC
Fever it Ague. ( We advise all whoare troubled with
thia fearful tal aday to alwayskeep the Powders on
hand ready for immediate use.) Eerear a few in -portannrtienIar:
1st. They are the Great Speeifle
ior ail Billions Affec- tions. 2d. They are the only
known remedy that will core Liver Complaint. 3d.
Tbey are the only known remedy that willcar Con
stipation. 4th. ThePowdersareaothorOBghintheir
operation that one package will be ail that tb ma;cr- :
ity oi those using them will rruuue to effect a cor..
6th. They are a mild and pleasant yet the most effect
ual cathartic known, dth. They are th cheapest
and bent medicineextant,aa they can be scot by mail
to any part of the globe for the price, AO cents.
Circulars, containingoertificates, information: Ac,
sent to any part of the world free of charge.
SOLD BT ALL rRUti4IST3, or by wail on appHea
tion to J. ( IiAKK. 6s, Co.. lieiiernl A
genta. New Haven, Conn.
trice 60 Cents per Box. K vl4 n30 y
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
The ijruii Female Remedy for Irregularities.
mHESE DROPS are asclentiflcallycompounc'ed Cu
X idpreparat ion, and be tter tt aa any Pills, Powder
or Nostrums Beiogliquid,theiractioa is direct and
positive, recdericg them a reliable, speedy and cer.
tain specific for the cure of all obstructions aad ens
preseiooa of nature. Their popularity is indicated
by the fact that over lOO.OwO bottles areannaally sold
and consumed by the ladietof the United States, -.
ery one of whom speak in tbe strongest terms il
praise of their great merits. They are rapidly tak
ing the place of every other Female Remedy, and ai
considered by all who know aught of them, a tie
sorest. aalest.and most infallible preparation in tha
world,forthe;cnre of all female complaint, the rt
movalof allobatruetioae of nature, and 1 he prcmo
tionof health, regularity and strength. Explicit dU
recti oua stating when they may be used, and explain,
ing when and why they should not, nor could not be
u.hs! without producing effects contrary to nature'
chot-enlaw,wii be found carefully folded around
efcshbottle, wiihthe written signature of Joan L.
Lro, witfcoat which none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LT0N49e Chapel Street,
New Haven, Coco., who can beconsulted either per
sonally, or by mail, (enclosing stamp,)coneerniBg all
private diseases and female weaknesses. Sold byalk-Hruirgi-'tFeverywhere.
CS. CLARK k CO..
Kfl4o3oyj Gen'l Agents for U. 3. and Canada. '
IP TOU RKQL'IRE A KEUABLX KFHEDY
to restore joa aad reraov. IrrernlaTltiea .rob
strnctionsy wby not nse th best ? Thirty yean tz
perienee kas btovk) t'rat '
Dlt. HAKVEjFE?IALE PILLS
have no equal (or RemovinBODstrnctions and lrrejr
ularities, so MarrsasKoa whit cares tbsv asasi.
They are safe and sure in every ease, i'riri, Ot Dol
lar, per Birr.
UU. IIAKVEl'SGOI.DEN PILLH,
Is a reuedyl'oar Uetrrees stronger than th. atova
and iatontied for special eases of long standing.
Price, i'ive Dollars per Bex.
A LaJici' Privtt Circular, witk Engrninft,
If yoi cinnot get the pills of yonr druggist, sead
the noi" to Hr. J. Bryan, 819 Broaaway, Kew
rork.uJ they will be sent free front obe.rv.tioa hy '
etnrn ra-iil. lot CO vlini y
THE FXl'EKIBXCEOF THB PAST TF.N YEARS
has demoDstrated the fact that relianca aiaj b
placed in tbeefficacy of
BtLL'S SFE( iriC PILLS
Oir the speedy and permanent care of aemical weak
ness, emissions, pi.) sical and neivo.sdebility, iss
pntrr.c, or want of power, tb. resclt of sexual ex.
c nmothrulin.!iscTCtion,which neglected rains
the liappiness and nnBta the sufferer for business,
social sneicty or raarr-afre, and often terminates in-sa
untimely srave. Make no delay in seeking therein.
eJy, It is entirely vegetable and harmless oath
system, ean be nsed withcut detection or interfering
with buainesa purrnit.i, aad no change of fli.t is ae
cery wl ile using them, r'rice, one dollar.
1( jcncsT-nctget them of your druggist, send th.
moey to lr. J. Bryan, 81, Broadway, N. Y and
they will be sent fre. (rem obscivatios ky retara
mail. Private circulars to gentlemen sent free oa
TV?. J BKYAN,CONSVf.TTN(JPHYaiCIAV,
81 BaoADwar. Naw Yosx.
Si"-:.;ILTKEATE.VT in allcases of Siaua
al, sexual, Crlnary and Nervous Dioeasesia male a
Anvica ERssanl correspondence stbictlt cosh
DrnriAi. . jcacovUaiy
aVOID the quacks.
IT 'juar auiTering from th. elTects of Yonthfnl
ln.l.s.Tj'iou aed have Seminal Weakness, Emissions.
Ac, I will senJ you, fne uf tkmrgt, infnrtcatioa
wuirb if fullowed will car. yom without th. aid oc
HESKY AMSDE!, Station D. New York.
l 01 OO tvla . -
I'0 CONSUMPTIVES. The Rev. .
J. Ejwr.rd A. Wilson wil! srnd (free of riiirce) to
a 1 .ho .!r:nre ii, thu prrscriptioa wiihriirectionsfor '
m.tk.ui fcn. uinsf tli siinrile remjy by which a. -v
ciifP'I l.in affocUnn and fTiat dread disea.4 "
i"on..ui.ip!if,n ilin only ol:j.ct is tobenent theaf
pit.J ami he hopes evsry n!f:rer will try this prtt.
arr i.'.ion. aa it will ost them notlilr., aa may
nrV4 a bleaaing. P. ease ad lriMiB -
vl.'.n-J-i KevEOffAKO A W1LS0J.
Ab 166 -South Second Street, . W UliamabQri, NY(