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THE JEFFER&ONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1871
Home and Farm
Happy tbe mmn who till the field
Content with rustle labor ;
Earth doe to him her fullness yield.
Hap what may to his neighbor.
Well days, sound nights oh 1 can there be
A life more rational ftnd free T
Dear country life of child and Basil !
For both the best, the strongest.
Tnat with the earliest race began.
And hast ootUved the longest:
Their cities perished long ago ;
Who the first fanners were we knew.
Perhaps our Babels too will fall,
11 so, do lamentations,
For Mother Earth will abetter all.
And feed the unborn nations !
And the swords that menace now
Will then be beaten to tbe plow.
[From the New York Observer.]
Dormant Vitality in Animals.
Every one U aware ot that principle
in seeds, tbe germs of plants, by
which they remain inert, apparently
dead, lor a longer or shelter period,
and yet, when placed in favorable
circumstances, exhibit complete vitali
ty. All seed remain in this state
through the winter, and most seeds
for years, until they are placed in the
ground, when, under the influence of
heat and moisture, they spring up in
to living plants. Probably not all are
aware that classes of animals (using
the term animal in its widest sense),
especially the cold blooded, includ
ing fishes, reptiles, insects, dec., pos
sess a m malar faculty, after animation
has been completely suspended for a
long period, of being restored to life
without having sustaned injury. This
is something different from what is
called suspended animation, of which
there have been numeious instances
even in the human species as in
trances in which there is an apparent
suspension of the functions of life for
hours and even days. What is called
dormant vitality is much more strik
ing. It is induced in some of the
lower animals the rotifer, or wheel
animalcule, for instance by the com'
. plete abstraction of moisture, a thor
ough drying, in which state the ani
mal may lie for years, apparently as
dead as a dry leaf, and yet show signs
of life on being moistened. The far
digradet have been dried by the most
powerful means which chemistry af-
- fords, add while in this state heated
to a temperature of 250 deg. and af-1
terward revived by water.
A similar effect is produced on
cold blooded animals by an extreme
decree of cold. It is well known
that snake- and lizards and other rep-
become nerfecUv frozen in win-
ter. and remain so for weeks and
months; but recover on the opening
of spring, when thawed out. Spalan
aini, an Italian naturalist; kept frogs
and snakes frozen in an ice house
three years, and then revived them
water. Sir James Boss, in one ot
his voyages in the North Bas, came
across some caterpillars that were sub-
jected to a degree of cold 40 deg. be-
low aero. When dropped into a
glass they clinked like lumps or ice,
but when thawed out they became
lively, and afterward passed into' the
chrysalis state. ;. .
One of the most remarkable illus
trations of this property of cold blood
animals is to be found in the case
ot fishes, and it is on account' of ha
practical importance and jor'the 'sake
ot asking our readers, who may be
favorably situated, to make tie ex-
periment, that we call attention to
thW,L A fiith of nv size, if
frozen immediately on bein5 taken out
of the water and before dying a
natural death. mav be keDt in a frozen
state for an indefinite lereth of time.l
and thetf restored to perfect activity
on being carefully thawed out in cold
water. The water from which it is
taken should be as near the freezing
point as possible, and the atmosphere
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should be far below this tempers nre
as near aero or as tar below as may
be-so that the congelation of the
fish may be instantaneous as it were,
We remember to have once seen a
bass weighing forty pounds, caught
t hmnah th i. on the Hudson river
5 oM wpftthr. The
nearly torpid when taken out It was
thrown upon the ice and soon became
A solid mass ot ice. the fluids ot the
fish becoming completely crystalised
At least twenty-four hours after it I
was caugnu the fish was put into a I
large tub ot water to be thawed ont
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preparatory to coou.g. wnen tne
cook became alarmed and rushed to
the housekeeper saying the finh had I
come to li'e end she could do noth-1
ing with iu He was so large that it
was difficult to manage him when vi-
tality returned. This fish might have
been kept in ihis state of dormant
vitality tor weeks or months or years, I
if the temperature had remained be-1
low freezing. I
liy means ol tnis principle, ponds
aiid etreaiDB we stocked with flrOl
brougui irom aisianr. wavers. iarge
f , , . i . i .i
nen may re caugni, wnen me weainer i
u xtremel cold, frozen immedislelv
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and without sustaining any injury,
caretuiiy pacaea in mow to prevent
thawinf?. and transported to any dis-
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nu fr chnnM liat.lmn IhaMlio
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flsh are not bruised ; they bhould be
Uiten oui oi ana repiacea in very com
water, and never exposed to tern-1
perature above frcczinr; point, l I
We hope tnusome of our readers,
who may be ia a situation to try this
experimtnt,iUdoeo, olxterving the
nariM-nlars ktated. and that the will
send us the result. The subject U one
of scientific inUrest; but it is also a
practical matter, and one which may
lie turned to ereat utility. We will
cheerfully i nblu-h commuuicalions on
t c subject, either of a scientiSo or a
To Make a Horse Follow You.
Tlace a bridle on him an 1 turn him
sT .A. all.. I
rem mm ior i icn uiviucun, -t"-u
i&kehold of liw bridle and turn bun
wrd ou at the same time touch
him liehllv over the hips with a long
V .ill rinw led hi.n the
length of the fetable, rubbing him on
the neck and speaking to him in a
steady tone ot voice. Every tiim- jpu
turn touch Lira lightly with the whip,
to make him step np c'osn to you.
He will soon learn to Lurrt til' to
escape the whip and be cares- ed, and
in less than one hour you can mike
him follow you aronnd without taking
hold of the bridle. If he sh uld re
fuse to follow you, give him a lew
sharp cuts above the hind legs, and he
nromnUv obevs Give the horse four j
or five lessons of one hour each, for as
many days, and "he will follow you
Cheap and Warm Poultry
Cheap and Warm Poultry Houses.
In answer to inquiries as to tbe con
struction of my hen houses, alio my
mode of feeding, I dug holes in a
bank running through my place, 8 by
7 feet, and 4 feet C inches deep. I
then set up scanting endwise for posts,
and nailed boards to them, from the
bottom to the roof, which is three
feet in front and one foot back, above
the surface ; then laid across scantling
and nailed boards across them for the
roof.and banked up the sides and bat
tened back to the root. The front
faces the south, with one window and
door. The perches are at the back.
3 feet from the ground ! lie drop
p;ngslal ingin a box below, with muck
and lime, raked over often ; under the
window are the nest in jr boxes. The
bottom is gravel and has a dra:n, so
that it is free from moisture I am
not troubled with vermin, and my
fowls are free from disease. In warm
weather they run at largo ; in ci 1 J
weather ray bouses are as warm rs
any cellar, and are well lighted, and
this is what is wanted to get eggs in
the winter. I will give the cost for
building : 3 days' work, $2 ; 250 feet
lumber, $1,50 ; 3 lbs. nails at Cc, and
6 lights, at 5c ; total 48c ; whole
amount, $3,99. , The lumber was old,
and I purchased it of a man who took
down an old barn, hut it I had pur
chased new, I would have had to pay
$12 per thousand, and consequently
could not have built to cheap. In re
gard to feeding, I keep grain by the
owls and let them help the mselves ;
I feed them mostly corn, buckwheat,
barley and oats mixed, and in cold
weather occasionally scalded meal
with cayenne pepper pulverized, at
the rate of one teaspoonlul to one
dozen fowls, which I think promotes
their laying. I generally make from
$1 to $1,50 per bead through the year,
dear. My Hamburgs are pure, but I
have none for sale. I have only com
menoed in the poultry business, and
shall go into it carefully at first, and
most pleasant no
blest duties of the head of the lamlly
is to furnish its members with good
reading. In the times which are past
it was considered good enough to
I clothe and feed and shelter a tamuy.
vaa 8ttm of Pwtal duty,
bnt ,ateIJ il lonnd ont
wive9 children have minds, and
t has become a necessity to edu
tiles tle children and furnish reading
for the whole household ; it has been
fonnd ont that the mind wants its
food well as the body, and that it
wimt8 10 sheltered from the pitiless
storms of error and vice by the
guarding and friendly roof of intdli
by gence nJ virtue,
An ignorant family in our day is an
antiquated institution. It smells of
the musty past; it is a dark spot
which the light of the modern sun of
intelligence has not yet reached,
It gd reading go into a home,
the very atmosphere of that home
gradually changes. It becomes clearer,
Pnrer. more cheerful, healthful and
hPPJ; the boys begin to grow am
ed bitious; to talk about men, places,
principles, books, tbe past and the
future, the girls begin to. eel anew
life opening to them in knowledge,
duty and love ; they see new fields of
nsemlness and pleasure; and so tbe
the family changes, and ont from its
nnmbcr Wl11 S intelligent men and
1 a f T 1 1 I I. 1 V 1
I . a.
women to nu nonoraoie piaces ana ue
U8eml meraoers oi me community,
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100 lorcn ol intelligence De in in
eveT household; let the old and
JowB vw wun eacu ouier in mirouu
lnS new MlJ n8eV" fPlcs of mvestiga
m cnensliiug a loveot read-
""g, study and improvement.
fUtiron.it is exceedingly annoying,
and the housekeeper is rather apt to
get vexed and discouraged. Many
think it is owing to the manner in
which the atarch is made ; but that
is not alwavs the reason. One cause
of starch stickinjr is owinC to the
adulterations in starch itself. So it w
I very eueotial to try and procure the
best article. Starch gloss is used to
prevent this sticking, in lieu of ad Jin
Some laundresses bhave hard soap
and boil it up wilh the starch. An
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exceiiem way w mao cotnes sun :
to starch them when wringing out of I
the rinse water, then dry them on the
line, and when about to be ironed,
dampen them in water in which taw
starch has been dissolved. Spread
them between dry cloths and roll them
lop tight for a quarter of an hour, when
U.ey will iron very smooth.
Another desideratum is to take good
care of the irons. Many housekeepers
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"w ",D luCiu
tuw uwve wr uas, cavcuing
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in nan innv tinnniji na L- n r i r in iifv
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place. Once the lace is rutted
never look as well again. But
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emery or orown paper. Beeswax is
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!TOOU M use. ruuuillir ifc wen OVCT IMC I .
hot 'aC6 of the 5ro,,t an"1 then ru
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il any are the bits of Boap which are r1
wasted in the household A good
I'Ud b to Mve ever 8craP ,n 8 Jar or
KC' wnen wmwa cover luem
with water and Kt on the stove to
mer. en melted, remove them
and let them get cold. Crumbs made ht
m cutting up soap, bits o toilet soap
too small to use, ail sucu odds and
ends can be saved and usel in this
Feedisg CuiCKEs.-In feedlno- co
wheat screenings as obtained from the
mills, tney uiould be soaked in water
ei111 or wn "or. or at least washed,
06,0 0 ,eeau,S' 10 "o'10" tlie "te
noarriv inn iwticinnna i n a
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meu huuuiu uwbti uu inixti u- in
T m r t
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um " "-" a,D
medical preparation recommended for
sick chicken". A daily f.idin of
onions tends greatly to ward off dis-
oout 3,000 acres ot the JUicLigan Ag
"cultural t-oncge swamp land or ra-
Sknatou Chandler has a
larm oil La
uier2,iuuoi " " atnp land, it
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land was generally considered worth
less Under the direction of Prof
Milta. of the Collece, about 15 miles
j..l,o. W ;
tbree years, a nouceaDie cuange ior
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the better baa been tne result. I
[From the New York Evening Post.]
Making Rooms Comfortable.
There are a great many houses
magnificently furnished, but compara
tively few which succeed in combining
comfort with splendor. Many of the
most expensively furnished rooms are
totally destitute of the latttressential,
are surrendered to a cold, gaunt finery,
exquisitely depressing. The most
thoroughly cmfortti!e mom is a half
library, half drawing room Let there
be book shelves to the height of five
feet round the room. Cover the tops
of the b ole ease wilh marble, and
place thercuon plenty of china, which
always look cheerful Lt the wail
be bung with pictures :nxl punts
Putva:vs of rlvert hire and there.
Let a fcnia'! la'-lo, with judiciously
8'raddling leg and a Inpj.y turn for
recovering its balance when it gets
knocks which wiil bitiiI an ordinary
small table, over, be forever in reach
ot an easy chair. Let every chair be
low, the seat very lorg this, for men
at least, gives rest ail wlmt'-yer
else you neglect, do not omit to have
the hind legs ot yoar cha'r somewhat
shorter than those in lrcnt. Have
foot stools lurking in comers, not
where they will be stumbled over In
winter let a glorioui wood fire blaze
on the hearth.. Don't let your room
ba too tidy or too unti ly. A writing
table near a window. Good peiif,
eharp pen knives, nice paper Keep
an eve on the thermometer. Let a
delightfal, ingratiating mannered dog
who, as William III said of Godol-
phin, is never m the war, never
commits a breach of canine decorum,
and is ever ready to reciprocate
caresses lie on the toft, thick hearth
rug. Fill this room wilh pleasant peo
ple as often as possible.
Here are a few hints for the reform
of those chambers of ghastly splendor
to which we have alluded, and which
at present are as cheerful as the long
gallery of Chesney Wold
Plans for experiments in agricul
ture may be laid in Win'.er, to be
carried out in Sprint; and Summer.
Every tiller of the soil may derive
useful information from very simple
aad inexpensive experiments with
different manures and the various
modes of applying them, deep and
shallow plowing, drainirfg, improve
ment o grass lands, etc Feeding
live stock of various kinds affords a
wide field for experiments, in order
to ascertain what description cf food
is best suited for fattening, producing
mi!k, or increasingthe growth of neat
stock, also for feeding thecp and
swine. Rotation ot crops presents
numerous opportunist ior experi
ment. It is well known that cereal
crops thrive best after green crops,
and vice versa. E ieh cereal crop has
its particular green crop after which
it doc? best. Thus, - after turnip,
barley succeeds; alter grass, oats;
after clover, potatoes orbetns; wheat,
changing seed from one description of
soil to another, preparing it for sow
ing by steeping in liquid manure ol
various kinds, or pickling in brine ;
testinir the relative advantages of
thick or thin sowing, as well as sever
al oilier importait ma'ters, should be
fully t sled by experiment.
I charge parents to go home and
ga'her np the back numbers of all the
family newspapers in their houses.and
Msrutiniz'j them. They aro fountains
of life or death. If you have an an
a a ?.l
gel in Ute House you ougnt to known;
u tnere ue uj cnas mere yc u nee i 10
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num. inem aown i cuarge upon me
evil tspcrs.f the day much of the
prcsem, corrup ion u ociciy.
whole leniency ot such literature is to
make uoctor uosenzweigs ny uo
not the police, instead of spending a
i nrAftir in imfiinT niiT. sol mifiiiT. liisl oiig i
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reJcU mt ll,e'r n.ciai cmo aoove
the hairy scalp of some of the corrupt
editors who arc going on still in their
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11 Uleru oe Ku" utrP
l"an anot"er 11 6ual1 "e the doom
ln '80 n-"PI'" I :
ican stciety l..e newspaper stands I
are lIo:cheJ wilh accursed pictorial.-:, I
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and I wray Col that if these tullut rs
of public ino-alsmay r.ot be arrested
hv th viif of eonst-iemw. or silt-need
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by tbe indionalicn of onr sorrow
stricken communities, that then they
that he plague may be stayed. God
redeem our eountrv from thedamninff
influence of a corrupt newspaper liter.
De Witt Talmage
Ik the Tatetleelual Observer, there isl
a paragraph relating to a new applica-1
tion of potatoes for knife handles and
similar purposes. The potatoes are
Ol.l ff . flrt naiilu 1 an1 ninnr.l. I
j' - . Mil v luaiici l V I
,ii;r,v.fc;r tmnP9 :
&n(i afler maceration they are boiled
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b(j uged for
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1.... muiuviau 11 rgtii uiou mill i
liiminj mill !. iwail M-ifli tunili.l IT
resuiw, anu it an arunciai coral is rs
ia8olut'nn containing nineteen per
cent-ot soda, when a substance is
produce.! resembling stag's horn, ami
ireJ C3rrol9 bfl 8nbstilut(.,j
Pct two or three small mothe -of.
Pel buttons-commonly called pearl
ouwona-in any small glass or crock
ery vessel, squeeze over them a table
spoonful or two ot lemon juice Ltt
BUnd for all night. There will bea
peculiar film over the top; tale this
aDj a,,,, t0 the corn ; let it remain
r.,r tw..lvA hrmra Slmnl.J r,r.
iot kn wi..f 1 m Artrtllrvri vm.if r 4?.
can eauy removed
Thk best preparation for c!eatinr
pictui e frames and i rtoi injr furniture.
marred or scratched, is a mixture of
three parts ol lim-ecd oil, and one part
spirits ot luqentine. It not only cov-
riN 1 11 IT til CU Hill I
a ..i ... i . i
1 .&nn iir. h u jeave
lusture upon the mrlacu 1'ut on
th worftn cloth, and when dry,
rub with woolen.
Take four large onions, peel and
8Uce w'cm ,nl altr u,em unl"
Bear, tender' adJ ODe "in,e ,,andful
omaxseed, and uou a lew minutes
straining. Ad.l one teacup of honey
ana one teacup of g.M.d cider vinegar.
longer, then strain it. Tin r should
one te.icunlul i.f tlio inl.-o -f.rr
Bottle for use.
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lUKui iii'ixis. oour I UL ll.l'lll
int0 a deep baking-pan, sprinkle snar
over and flrouuu iut in liil the jan
ha." full ol water, and bake quickly.
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t lnese nnuire now nre. a
little water in the pan is an improve
, aliuc tll.ir al ,,,,
very Rood wiihout either.
De Witt Talmage Sunday Reading.
[From the Sunday School Times.]
"Not Your Affair."
"Not Your Affair." BY MISS E. E. NEWMAN.
Mary L; had been spending the
whole long afternoon in mission work,
giving clothing here, promising food
there, saying very solemn words
sometimes, going in and out of ill-
smelling houseftdirty beyond dcrip
tion, and trying to help where help
seemed hopebso, u. tilling in the very
spirit of Christ au mg the mi.-erallf
souls He can e to ttd cm.
It wts a ln' liai i spcn 1 i i ili.tt
way. I be ai l Ktorif.-, an. I ilia s. i.lc r
iiiiliiL-rcutj, the brokca iiiirtrn nil
the h I'd he i n. t'u ir.' v .i:i l ili;
sin, all weighed upon her .n it t vri
her latill that tliey clustered llu-u- uu
dor the bill, an. I llie brilliant Oa-ili. r
sun shone ov.t ilie.it. They lioM Iut
bick as she .climbed wear'dy towards
he purer air of her own h me, ai 1
CilleJ atterli-jjr As tthe pas.-ed ont ot
:"I wonder if I have done any good?"
said she to herself. "I'm sure I have
tried hard, but I doubt whether one
soul is belter because I went down
there this afternoon. It I spake true
words to them, they listened because
they thought of the clothes, en 1 pota
toes, and salt and fish, they expected
me to give them, and did not went to
offend me. Ther said, Yes, miss,'
and 'Thank"ee' miss,' and 'God bless
ye, miss,' and forgot every word be
fore I was out ot the house. If the
children come to Sunday-sc hcol.as
they promised, they don't lemcinber
a thing. I think it's a pretty hope
less case down hero.
The case would not have seemed so
hope'ess to Mary if Bhe had herself
been well. She was not strong, and
the long walk over the hill, and the
btd air she had encountered, in her
visiting, had overtaxed her." She bo
gan to feel the need of rest, and stop
ped at the house of a friend,an enlhu
siast in the work she had but lately
commenced.; .. Mrs. Kowse put the
tired little missionary on the sofa with
a thorough appreciation of her fatigue,
and began to make inquiries about
the day's work
"I gave Jimmy Nolan a pair of
boots and a jacket, and measured t::e
Durgin children for their new tires.
es,' said Mary, "and I or lcred a peuk
of potatoes, and a greit salt fish, for
both these families, and a cabbage for
Biddy McCarthy The poor old soul
never feels so happy as when she h is
a cabbage to perfume her house with.''
' I know it," laughed Mrs Rows;
"Did you see Sallie Anderson and
"Yes,' answered Mary "SiUieis
worse to-day, I don't tVmk xhe will
live long. Mis Rowse, I. haven't
done one bit of good this day."
"Why, Mary!" said her friend,
''I'm astonished ! Only think of those
children in ths Sunday-school!
"Yes,' Raid Mary. 'I suppose they
will come a little wLile with Uicir new
clothes, but they never seem to at
tend, or remember anything that is
taught them, and I am entirely dis
couraged.'' 'Marr,'' said Mrs. Rowse.seriously,
you arc trying to do morethan jour
I don't know what you mean,''
I answered Msry. "1 don't do any
more than the other visitors, nor boll
as much as I see needing to bo done "
you a0ll t understand me, my
joar, said her Iriend. "The results
of yor wol k tlo ot tfepend upon
y01I That is not your affair. Now
you have done yonr ben, and must
Jeave yolir work ;n tj10. Man)is
rerhaps you evfP m,y knoV that
lhoso chilJrei) ga;ncJ anjt,,;ng in Uic
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puniay-ciiooi. nut ii you know that
yon hav(J d(mc your d(Uy tQ lliem
your pon.ilky U over. Don't
WOrry for fear the Lord won't take
care of his on work.''
Ifc "osont seem worth while tor
me to,'. eaid Mary cheerfully -I
think I will g h-jme and do the work
waiting for me there.''
Beecher on Death.
IIe dHnH think
Mr. Beecher wan in an unimiil tlk
ative 1,100,1 FruUY night, and d'w-
coined familiarly in hii lecture room
about tuo van.ius Measot death. Ue
u"' not thin it an evidence of special
Chnstian grace to be willing to die.
it natural for the
70aaS or ,or t',os ,ul1 ot the activities
01 t0 icire w die- It is better to
ba to live and to do tho duties
01 11Ie- w "en 1 ul 8ald 11 "o'ter
to depart lie was an old man in prison.
If an October pijjpin says it is ready
to drop, is that any reason a little
green apple in June should be ready ?
It u the business of green apples to
CTpf rir ATI tllA Paitnuanlatinn .f I
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die wis to go to Christ- Dvinr
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Kr ume on inroutrii the nmvnr
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iiiihiiij, uttic cuiiiputiioiiiiiiip, 1)111, WO
go to tho "pints ot just men made
perfect- We go where nil the condi
not gro wing short of breath anil lee-
ble ot pulse ; it in flvingnp to the air-
loving soul of the universe. It is o
tions lift us np to a realm of nobility.
There all is in concord. There is no
selfishness, no hardness and crudeness
and rudeness or revenge ; all are
wonting up with one sweet impulse
with the great genial creative force
ofdi vine love. These thoughts rin
my soul like the bells ot a far off I
city drawing me thitherward. Dying
the easiest thing men do. Suffering
in life.but as a rule men die as asi-
as a door tarns upon its hinges.
Dying i going heme, not to stipine-
ness,not to oriental luxury, but to
preme activity, where every part is
developed and cultivated in the realm
love- 11,ess ou Ior t"e privilege
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uj-g raoou, once
congratulated my lather upon the fact
that he couldn't live much longer.
Utnph, said the old man, "I don't
thank an) of my boys to talk to me in
that way. I don't want to die. If I
ad my choice, and it was right to
chouse, I would fight the battle all
over.' Father 'ennlinneil I?Pn,.l,, I
undfi -ri.rcn ... i '
,..... uwr ue was
turned out lo pasture, whenever he
neam we sonn.i oi a trumpet he
...1 .-.1.1l.,..l l.ti.
at Riddle s Mills, Dela-
ware It is 40iC0 feet, will seat four
hundred jwrsons, and is
James Riddle & Son.proprietors
cotton factories, to their employes in
BLI E FROM STORE.
T AM dow receiving a complete slock of
Custom-Made Boots & Shoes.
nothing. Hats & Caps,
WOOLEN SHIRTS. UL0VE3, SIIT1 ENS.
AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOCDS,
till of u liieli I nm (L'tiTiniiud shall lie sold
cmiA!' UIi CASH.
WINILKN I'RKSS tiOOIW. SHAWLS AND
TAKLK I.INKNS.al sn-Ktly rwluivl rii-mlu
liiuk- nioui lirnewsiirk: ut Ums nmlsiiiieK.
LUMBER WANTED !
Ci W MYERS
AV. II. WHEELER
Have turnicil s rnrtncrliip for Hie Dr
xise ol li:iy mt; an J iHaiing iu
They are now prepared to contract for fu
ture delivery, or will
Every day for any amount of
Black and White WALNUT,
White ASH, Etc., Etc.
3D. TTTvnvr-mT .
Will represent them with power to contract
or lranpur.1 any busjittw for them.
Kliidlay.Xuv. 17, Ih71-tf.
AM AGENT EOU
OIJGAXS AND MELODEONS
Best Companies in the Country,
Which I sell at the lowest Living Prices
for CASH, or on monthly or quarterly pay
menlK,to suit purvbuscis. All instruments
WarasUd, sind Unarantd t CJlve
Al!vh tnlrnd parrlmxlng will fllul II to
their own interetit lo Kee me.
When alKent from town, orders may be It'll
at Krey A Klllntr'K I irug Store.
Oct. 9), "71-Siu.
J A H IIS J. JF.I.I.EY.
IP U T TV J T XJ
The piiltlie are invited toeall and exanrinehis
keep constantly oil hand and manufacture
Dressing Bueaus; Centre Tables,
Sofas and Sociable?; Tables,
liedsteads, every variety, Parlor &
Our work I mtiln hv the best of workmen,
me inavinic that It will he found xeeond to
same ca "i lie lMniht at an v oilier stalilithnient
piir.-hiisinaelsi'wlHTi'. as we will guarantee
.Sole Ai(enl for the Celebrated
The Best. Krxslest. rieaiiest anil MUST LASTIS
Shop and Mules Kk.his oti West Main Cross
rlndlay,Uhlo. Aust t. lS71-3ni.
Has just rpccive.l a large a-Mition
G- m Ji. T 33
to hi3 nuinerou-t customers, in everything
AliiO A CHOICE
LTsJ.T ,T .
ASD A CENKKAL AS.SOUTJfr.KT
His stock of Piece Good 3
! I fp.ll m O T I'.A t 1 Afl A Waill
' " c n , . k
to be fonnd
He has secured tho services of
Cutter and Fitter in Northern Ohio,
Wilson's Block, East Side of
Aug ist 25, 1871-tf.
Nails, Glass, Paints, &
WHICn TIIET OFFE B
L O WE ST
House Trimmings, Carpenters' Tools,
and best stock in the market; Wagon
Bent Work, Patent Bolster Plates,
Iron, Belting, Saws, Files, Shovels,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Goods at THE LOWEST
GLASS, ALL SIZES,
the only Genuine Iron
ONLY AGEXTS for WALKT.Ii'S IT
. . . . . , r
' 1 '
HUCKeye and Manflnl
Hall & Sp er?s Fitfsburgh
Drt tint f.lil irt KOO nnr VP W If
now offered to farmers.
MU'Am SEEOl,B Mm KD
The Fall and Winter Campaign.
D MORRISON & f'j t 1 ,'f t injtOx.
M'A. mr m, . m- m - 1- rim v 1 m m
w nsn wi fie '
MORRISON & VANDENRIIRC'S
MAMMOTH STOVE AND
They are now receiving, and keep constantly en hand, a Full Supply of . , . , .
The EXTENSION, SENATOR, LEADER, JUBILEE, SOVEREIGN; IM
PROVED MONTANA, and many other First-Class COOK STOVES.
The Wild .Rose, M PARLOR COOK STOVE, has no equal. We have a fine assortment of
PARLOR ANT HEATING STOVES!
And an Endless Variety of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper. Ware. .
Our IMPROVED LARD CANS are the best ever offered in
THE FOLLOWING !
RE ROC) I
deals in all kinds of
K URNITURE I !
lanteand unrivalled stock He Intends to
to order furniture of every description ;
"Wash Stands; Wardoben
Sewing Stands, Chais,
Kitchen Furniture, best quality and flnim.
and ol the very et material, which warrants
none in the county, and 1 will sell cheap as the
in Hancock county. Olveme '!
satis'aclion In regard to work and prices. AuiU
G MATTRESS EVER MAPK. Call and see it
Street, Kaxlof UE.4U Hit.
to his stock, anil is prepared to give
in his line. lie has a careful Ij
S' FURNISHING G03DS.
&c, &c, &c.
comprises the finest assortment of
Ii. J. BRICKMAN, the best
and being himself a practical tailor of
Main Street, (one door South of
TO RCI'JERS AT
THK rPTATTPu T
and Farm Implements, the lamest
and Carriage Trimrainfrs
Bed Irons, Springs Axles '
Hies, Pumps, Chains
Revolvers, and Plated '
CUT TO ORDER
Beam PTnw m t.
AT?rnrtv i? i-r-.
,iiw " vjittv, m use
AVCPTPTn num..- . -
WE rVILL SAVE YGU MOEY
rrTTUTTUrrTa o rr
III O Oil JKJn
AQE has no equal
in any country."
"It stands at the
head of nineteenth
Chicago hve. Journal
(!The best period
ical in America."
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LittelTs Living Age,
."! ry N.t.r... give. flftywo'nail
nuinberaof aixty-four pagea each, or mora.
Three Thoutand Double Column
ot reailinir-matter yearly : ond to the aly
cam pi latloa that preaenta. with a aaliafae
tory riupleteae aa well aa freanneaa, tbe
hefll rjvtay, tteviewa, wnticuuua, oenat anu
shnrt stories. Poetrv. BelenUfie. BimrraDhloal
Historical, and Political Information, from
the entire body of Korelirn Periodical Ut
ture, and from tbe penaof the
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wiHhea to keep pace with the erenta or Intel
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blmxelf or ha (arally general lntelllseDeeand
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Were I, In view of all the com pet 1 torn that
are now in the Held, to chooae, 1 ahoukl cer
tainly choose IbeTUB Liviao AOS.'" Bat
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lottnii k niucn omioriiuc literary excellence.'
rw York Evening Putf.
Tbe best of all our eleetle pablicatlona."
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Literature named below will be lent to one
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THE OLD FAMILIAR WRITERS
Whose stories have so largely contributed to
mis euu, nave au ueen reuuned.
Mabion Habxahd, Iso Cbubcuill,
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Are the most correct of any published In the
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PROSPECTUS FOR 1872.
A RepresenlaHca and Champion of
An Illustrated Monthly Journal claim
ed to ba tht Handsomest Pa
per in the Wcrld.
AT KTe to "rtlst wmn of THE
tL?2 'SSL'S ' KSW. 10 P'-
SwTfr' KaS truTn-'-Si?.U
THE ALDINE. while
regularity. It haa nnn. or ti.. t T "
odlcala. It la an elenant mteoeUany of pure.
?ff . T?' 'J1 nnmt apeeituena of artistic
kill, la black and whit;
NEW FEATUREiFOfi 1872
"tnBlMe aopport ao readily aeeordea
fIIUL.,SUrprtae: ha. been in
a iiMt'pS 'ead tbe publlaharaof THE
ALOJI.N E of the soondneas ol tbelr theory tnat
"r POUc woo Id recognize and
?ifrly ""PPurt any alneere effort to elevate
tb toua ai.rl ir.ml.r.ln in... .j
fffij" A,aranteeofihe ezeellenee of
tola department, the pabll.hera woakl bea to
?m ?infTnar"g tb m"?yr. epwimene
w S '? followl?S aminant American arttota :
W. T. Richards, V?. Hart, Wm. Iard. UewJe
Ijartey. Victor Nehle,. Wm. H. WHcS;jm
Beard, Jamea aujiley. R. K. Plaiiet. Vrina
nearo, rani Dixon, J. Howe.
Tneej5pial management of THE ALDINE
f?tr!u,u,d ur- Ricnanl Henry
Stoddard, who baa leeelrad axuurancea of aa.
latanea from a boator tba uoat populat wrt-
The Tolnme for 1S73
will contain nearly 100 paaesand about Men. i
Lm71??I V"" "encl de wiLh the Jan. un ber
wllleoataln a beaullfnl Unted picture on plate
paper. Inserted as a frontispiece. The ChriaW
rTJLiI . ,B' J.W1 " asplentlul Tolnme ,
r.riu r . eograviair. (four In
tint) andllhougli retailed aid wulbo sent
wiuaum extra cna-se to all rear aubsoribera.
A Chram tm Every Snbrher.
The publtobera have purchased aad repro
dnoad at a great expense the the beautiful oil
painting by U kiss, entitled -Dame Kature's
a u. curomo is 11x13 inciiM.
Terms for 1S73.
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nnwiTv an eaua copy K rails
Send for Circulars. Premlnra List, Ac
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WE W YORK
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Toeaehaabacrlbcrtothe Evaxtna Post and
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two exqaUtte French OU Chromos, entitled
"Wide Awake," and "Fast Asleep," which
worth at retail tlO for the pair.
Oaur ToBJair FIka,
Hearth aad Haas a 73
Ckrlstlaa ratai S
TRY IT! T1XY IT!t
Fob Ucmsi we will send the Wzzzlt I
EvbbibO Post frwm mw to Jasiiiary 1, 1
for aa eeata we will send tbe S i-Wmt-
K 7xixo Post during the same time.
peclaae. S-n.bers.ftbe Eve-l-g Pt
ri Vtrat mitlnn nt Two TI nXDRKO THOC-
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" - I trie
Trxro Colored Plates.
.. . 1
kMniihl ant Instructive Cata-I
and Floral Oulde In the world 112
pages, giving thorough direetforisfor Jlh
luroofVloweniaod V eatables. omamanUng
grounds, making walks, 4e.
ZZr'ZX pplyf-y Mirror Tv 1
aTS onlr one-ouarter the cost. Address, I of
isster, a, T.
T?i?f ",nlne Pebb'. and all other rarle
tiee of HuectaclML s.
Una 271J Q. W. KUtMEL'S.
rjtRnp. v ti i.. .
l fcvth rThTn. JT; 7. i 1 1M celebrated
len'Si;."' or ail
Junafif ' . w.n.iiiiiEL'Sw
1 LAROF Smnr . .
A iIJ JwF. -rl" Btyiesor Fine
ST.illvli Ii7: atao- hlac Jewelry and
if'.ieel?ttbeaB-t U. W.KIM MKLnT
t - J
IMAKK a Specialty of the Eigt. Watch
tbe bent in the market. Call and mm- ii
IJUOJ711. U. W. allMMKU
All are Interested !
ANY ONE wishing to purchase Watch
Clock, or Jewelry, should call ou
. W. KlmniejU
Who takes pleasure In showing goodr, and
waiuuneir ming to oe as he represents.
from the City with the largest stock of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
ever seen In Findlay.
June2,71 ' . Q.W.KIMMBL.
The place where they keep the largest stock,
au tnecneapeam rinaiay. ai
Jnni7I KIM MEL'S
IT IS A FACT
' THAT IS '
JNO ADAMS &Bro.
B EAT the WORLD in the Price and Qnaliy
CALL AND SXAMIMX TUX
Improved Native Drum Cook
Flat Top North Star Cook
Cook, Parlor and Box
, ALL KUDS 07
JOB W( EK,
Eaves-trongMii g, Rooflns
lin. Copper As sheet Iron
' work. Done to Order.
niKT aex also aghtts roa
MARKLE'S - PUMP
Iron Well and Cistern Pomps,
.Dinner ues, uotnes laine
Wire, Eta, Eta, Etc
ALSO, AGIXT3 FOB THX
Which la an indispensable article in eTery
Call and see na. for wa 11 eau rttrtn bn.
A Great Medical, Discovery,
DR. VAUXS'S CAUTORKIA
asiaaaaBaaaaaasaa i ' v
t. W1SS.F1 m. EaSA(k.trwiM
B11.UIIJI Bur Tlilli I tm
-J TV Jui tut Csrulm SaVeta. ' I
nsrereantavUsraaey xrriak. X.l at Pmt
ansa. Waaskar. Yrom a4rUa mm KefaM
UasMMnbOaetond. ipleei sad nroetraed to plesas tas
that laaa thsopplCToa todmntira ssil rala, batara
s tras BsfflTlne, mails rroca ths sour rood asd Wrts
at CsIIfornls. rr-xm mU Aleabslle attsss.
laarta. TWy sre Ox O K EA T BLOO ri'RI.
ma mm A Llrl CITIXO FSIXCIPLE.
sptrtet Bsasvator aM taTianratar f tha Bysma.
IsaaeauiiyeoBdttloa. Ko perm csa tska theat Blt-
aRS-Bcasrasat tscmcuoas. ssd remsai laacaawea.
srerkted tbslr boacs an aot destroyed by mineral
na er susr BMaaa. aad tba vital arzaas wasd
Myoaa tas sola t of repair.
Tsrisitsficstls FargaUia mm arenas a
'saa.poBsaa( aa. tb asralisr BMrttaf acttas
asaaowerrai sssatla rclbrriaf Casseaioa er Ibbsbs.
siatloa r tb Lraar. aad sll tbs Ttswnu onsaa.
TO a-EalAjjC XriAim, wbstbsr la
yeascsreu. auuned arsiasia, at tU daws of
d or at tba tan f life, than Toaie attain am a
far 1st saaaialai ma
aniassM. JCeauttoat aasl laterssltteat P
i. Wjhili r she HtssaV. Uver. KM.
Mraaaa aiaHer.UMa Blum bin bra nal
s4. which Is geatrslly arodneed by deranzsaasit
VTaPCPaiA OK nrBI6EBTIOjr. Head-
aene, rsra at tas saoaMm Cm ha. Ttehtatsisr the
catsv Sbsiaasv SoarrErsetauoas mt th Otaassea.
BaaTaaamttwaoata. Buloas Attacks, ralpttangaaf
Bw Beart. lirHmmtrkai f tb la
raftoas of tb KidBcya, sad a aondrsd otaar psiaral
ayauaoaai era tas onprttn of DraMaals.
bay nvworaai tas 8uaaach aad stsaelais the torekl
TJversad Bowaa which reader them of snequallrd
sVacy z ckMsalng th blood f sB iBasrRlea, sad taa
asrnag arw un sad near ta tbe waoai irma.
TOUT. BKJX JklBEASES, Eruptions. Teetez. salt
Bbsasa, Bloeeke, Spots, raBBles, mm lea, Bolls. Csr-
kancka, Brng-Werms, BesM Head. Bora Byes, Eryalpel.
as, iwa, aearts, JMstoHfattoes of the Ssav Hi
DacasBfof the Skm, of wbstsrar at
Bsnaliyaagap sad csrrMsstertbaayatemms rbort
lane by Die aatf these Btttera Oa bottls tat each
will eoaviaea tbe moat toersdakMS of their cars.
Owasaa the VMatM Blmd abanM Mt SmI h-
.lulu, raniq lamavn ino aajn ia runplea. Krop
bons or Korea, deaaaa It wars yoa Had UuMikM
mm aiinw ui uie veiDa; ewsnae a woaa it mi fooL
and yoar feesna wlU tell yos wben. gees lbs bkwd
sure, ssd tbe sesltk af tbe erarem iB fallow.
rtsw Tape aaa ataer W en, mrklmc la tba
aymamoi eo msay moaaamw. are eneceuailvOaKroyed
tbar tm aeareelv aa hidiTktual ma th fa, at th.
earth wboaa body b exempt frotn- th pmen r
wonaa It a) sot apoa tba keslihy rlemenls of tba
body tast worms niat. bo! mm the dneaaed human
anaT slimy depeslBl that breed Uwae IItIsk mnnaters of
dneee. No erMea of Healcine. bo vermlfume. a
wuraimniuflB, win ire tee ayatcm frons worms 1
SOLD BY ALL DBrGGISTS AXD DEALKR3.
t- WALKSB, Irosrletar. k. B. McDOS Alt A CO-
Prazzlerisnd Cea Assam, Bsa rraoclsro. CaUorrJa,
sad S and $1 Cosuaerea StreeC Kaw York.
For Sale by
W. L. Miller & Coo,
June 30, 1871-17
Orric-B or tbs Tbajtsatxa utic M aoaztk 1
Vo. T3t HAjraoM otbxzt, raiu, 1071 1
The nroorleton of tha Transatlantic will on
receiptor K centa, forward for Inspection, a I
copy ot their Magazine, which containing aa I
ltuoes,eholc selections from the leading Pe-I
riodicala of the Old World, la certainly un
surpassed In literary merit by any monthly
pooilsneu in America.
The January, 1874, issne win begin tha Fifth
Vol u ma, and will commence a Mew Merle.
In consequence ot the large circulation the
Magazine baa now attained, the Proprietors
nave oeciuea to reunce tne once or tne rrana-
atlantlc, from Ht tjK a year, and new sob-
'or. NoVeurnd Ue V
eember bwues ot this year free.
This reduction makes tb Transatlantic the I
cheapest magazine in ine world.
Transatlantic with Harper,
Unnl ncott-or an v otiier si uub-
lication CLOOrieran m. I
lie iTansatianuc witn uwry i
Lady a poo a wjepertn a.
All the back numbers of 1871. will be fur
nished to subscribers for KS72. at f ; jO. which la
a trifle over twelve cents a number.
The Transatlantic numbers ItsPhiladelDhla
subscribers by thousands, and there ia no
block of nooses in any respectaoi portion Of
Pfciia.lelDbla. that doea not contain among lta
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OPINIONS OP THEPSX33.
Transatlantic la Uluatrated this month
a beaullfnl view of woodland scenery,
entitled The Forests of England.' It contains
goodly number of articles from 'transatlan
magazines, an 01 ine nrst quality and all
reading. In IU peculiar line lt is one of
finest periodicals in the eountrv.
Eccnina Bulletin, Friday, Sept. tid, 187L
... i.nn.nrth.tvt .lie nnhiietlria In
eountrv. Wa beartllv WISH It
"So MaraziTie In the sonnrry gives so mnch
T?-, -,n.naiuieaai LhaTrana-
Jyj, 'yum the Age.
rfes are todldonaly selected Sad ft
,.rS1ntea on fine white paper. "-
Jl-rves snI. Jl-r. lie pn?s.
the puoiic .'T" . . r:"JcT?va'
U R-HAMimiLlottV. illAhars.
J. W. DAVIDSON
MUST! 8 Porrlil tb. Inle.Mt ot John V.
Uie nJom " vuhnt ha. uill up
IN HYATT'S BLOCK, J
Rag aero ja c&cra r zonioioac j&
WITH A FULL and COM PLETE STOCK OK
And ETERYTBINU usually kept la
ni n i a,
Of all Styles and Patlerna
In ea lien variety of Sizes and Sty I
All o ' which will be sold
Chean fnr ftasV Onlrr
AOKNT KOR THE
Manhattan Silent SEWING
A retrard of One Thousand Dollars
111 be paid to any Physician who
111 produce a medicine thai will
upp'y the wants of the people bet
er than the article known a ,
X)I- FAIIRN EY'S
Celebrated Blood Cleanieror Panacea
I must b a better Cathartic, a belter Altera
tive, a better Mudorirle. h.j li..-,i..
ISeMe.' Tonic, and In everyway better Uiau
the Panaova. No ma'ter how Ions It baa
been in axe or how lutelv diimmn. i lUv.
all ltmaHtnoteouiAln anvihi.-
A reward of PI v Hnmlml TVii.r. m i
paid lor a medlcin that will permanent
ly rare more cases nr ITnativenM. . ..... .
atlpatlon. Sick. and Nervous Headache, I.lver
Complaint, Bilious Disorder, Jaundice, Hhen
matlam, Uvut, irysentery. Chills and 'evr.
Tape Worms. Bi.lla. Tumors, Tetters, Ulcere!
Sore. Pal us in tb Loins. Utile and Head, and
. '' VWNJNIMMI UiaS
Blood Cleanser or Panacea"
Which to used moreeztenarvelv hv hmhui..
phyiuciana than any other popular medicin
Aakfor Fabrnej'tt Paaacea
And cleanse vonr Blood. ' Pries i -
bottle. Highly recommended. Prepared for
Western Trade by lr P. Fahrney. Chicago.
Ilia., and Ohio and Eastern Trade by
x-. rinn.ir.i BKUH.COI,
. . Waynesboro. Franklin Coonty, Peas
Ask for Dr. P. Fahrnev'a Rlmxi n...
made at Wavneaborn. r .nil I h i..,., m.
''Or. P. Fahrney'e Health Jbfresraow" give
the history and uses of the Blount a; ej
Clbamseb, testimoniala, and olheil 0 I
information, sent frM m rhirm I x J
Sold by wholesale and retail dealers! Vyil
and br saBSBBiil -
W. iL Miller & Co., Druggists .
jQlya.TWjr. FINDLAY. O.
.Oyer's Cathartic Pills,
or the purposea of a Laxative
ia - -'ine. , .
Perils ps aoon laeiu.
cine i. 00 universally
required by every
body as a cathartic,
aoc was aver any be
fore so universally
- adopted into aa. In
every country so.
among all classes, a -this
mud bat e Sir tent
purgative fUL. The
obvious reason ia.
that it is a more relia
ble and Bar more eC
factual iTiueiry thin any oilier. Those who have
trie. I it, know that it cuio.1 then; those wh bar
aot. atiovc tiui it cum rhcir neighbors and menus;
sua sit kaow that what it doea ence it does al- :
rays Uut ii aever foils tbrouirh any lault or aca
gleet of its eontooaitios). We bav thoosaads apoa
tlioattnil4 af rtrtltlcate of tbeur remarkablecure
f tlat foiivwuig complaints, but snca cares are
kamvn ia every aeisfaborbowl, and we need not
publish theia. Adapted to all area aad eoaditiona
in .ill clnaale : eonbuoins neither calomel aorany
deleterious lira;, they may be taken with safety .
uy anvoouv. iiieir sugsicoating preserves tnena
ever fresh, ai. i makes them pleasant to take, while
being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use ia any quantity.
They operate by their powerful Influence on th
bilwiuil viscet to purify th blood and stiuinlaio
into health? jruoa remove the obeli aetioaa
of tbe atomacx., bowels, Mver, ami otber orrmafl of
tne Dwiy, restoring uieirinilaraeooaiooaaiu.
ami bv correctina. wherever Ihev exist, such da.
rangeinents as are the arst origia of finesse.
Minnas direction are aivea In the wranner oa
the box. for tbe following complaints, wiuch (hi
fUlt rapidly cur:
r or seyspi pniat or awongneuaMB, s iein sw
ia. Lanaar and k.ass of ABBnW, tber
should be taken moderately to stimulate tbe atom.
ach, snd restore its healthy tone and action.
For Z-lver C'aailalat and its variona symn.
toms, HlltM HnsUcBe, SKk Heial.
chat, JTaaiBMltc or rem StcaiBveas, ssit
iM C'Uc snd Bill tanas Fevers, they should
be JitdtcioB.ly taken for each ease, u correct tbe) .
dtucweti acuoa or remove the obstructions wiuch
tor Dvswmtetrv or zPtarraiarel but on
mild dose is gvasersily required.
ror aaamaisaainaa. Mat, vrarswa, rn
fitataates mt I am Heart, iattai 1st tmm
I ale. Back and Lailats. tber should be eontia-
nously mkea, as required, to caang tha diseased
action of the system.
such change those)
For Dremr and Praawlral BwatHiatara
they should be taken in large aad frequent doses
produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For Saaarealaa a kvgw doe should ba
take as it produces the desired affect by sym
As a Piascr Pilt, take one or two Pill f
promote digestion and re iter the stomach.
a n occasional nose stunuiates toe stooascji snot
- C. A TIM d CO., Practical ChemAtta,
bowels into healthy action, restores tb appetite.
and mvigorates in system. Hence a is one sar
vantageous where so serious derangessent exists.
who feel, tnlersblv weiL often SndS that a
dose of these PUlm makes hint feel decidedly bet
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
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are made of tbe best materials, uniform
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adapts them Is the ease and improvement o
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