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THE TWO APPRENTICES. Two bov" were in carpenter's shop. Ooa determined to make-, himself, a thor ough wort man; the" other Sjida't care." Oca read and studied, and got books that would "help him understand the principles of his trade. HaspeuL his evenings at home, reading; the other liked fun best. He went off with other boys to have "good times," ' "Come," he "often said ' to his shojj-inatcy "leave your old books; go with on. What's the use of all this reading !" "If I waste these golden moments," was the answer, "I shall loose what I can nev er, never make up." - "While the boys were still apprentices an offer of $2000 appeared in the newspapers for the best plan for a State House, to be built in one of the Eastern States. The studious boy saw the advertisement, and determined to try for it ' After care ful study he drew his plans and sent them to the committee.'. I suppose he did not really expect to gain the prize; still there is nothing like trying. ! J j . r v . ' It was not long before a committee of gentlemen arrived at the carpenter's shop, .and asked if an architectby the name of mentioning the boy's 4name lived there. "No," said the carpenter, "no architect Tve got an apprentice by that nania." "Levs see him," said the committee. The young man was called, and sure enoush his plan had been accepted, and the $2000 were his.;- -' - . ' The committee then said he must put up the building; and the employer was so proud of his success, that-he willingly gave him his time and let him go. Thi studious carpenter's boy became one of the first architects of our country. He made a fortune, and stands high in the esteem of everybody ; while his fellow a't prentke can hardly earn by his daily la bor, daily bread for himself and family. Who loses a youth of improver aent, loses the best beginning which a Vjy can gale hr life, i- -l-L'c -t-1 FODDERING CATTLE. Some people think it is a verj simple matter to feed cattle, and so it is, but yet one will keep his stock in good , condition on much less feed than another. Stock should be fed hbeTallyrbut nc, moie at a . ... .1 TV -1 1J teed in Ml iney win use up. xiay buoiuu never be thrown from the mow to the floor or the racks until the cattle are ready to use it. Some make a practice of throw- and placing it in the stanchions while the cows are out, thinking that time and labor are saved, and that it makes no difference. Such practice is objectionable, since the hay loses from the drying of the fiber which renders it less nutritious to stock. An over-feed Is always wasteful, sinoe the animals breathe upon "that portion which is left after filling themselves, and unless compelled by hunger, will not feed again upon the refuse. In a few days, by this course of feeding, the alleys become filled, and have to be cleaned out at a loss. Keen the feed alley clean, and throw no ,more hay before the cattle than they will eatjit a meaL ; . s vy "Feed stockEberally, and withtegularity .as to hours. The health and thrift of the animals depend upon , the regularity iu feeding. It is poor economy to stint stock fin their food, at any time during the fod derine season, but if the rations are to be decreased, it had better be done in spring than now. They should be kept in flesh and those that are thin brought up by a little extra food. An ear of corn a day in addition to a full supply of good hay will have a marked influence in the course of the winter, small as the quantity of extra food may seem to appear. The "underline" should be turned out to water first, and have plenty of time to take their fill before the master -animals are loosened from the stanchions. It will save much hooking and injury to stock. Cattle like a change of food, and coarse fodder, straw, fcc-, may be used to advan- t tags as an occasional feed.: When used in this way, it is worth much .more, than its nutritive value would seem to imply. The true way to fodder cattle is to have a platform scale on the floor and weigh each feed. ' One knows then precisely what he is about, and can regulate quan tity much better than by guess. " How ever,' a careful hand that keeps an eye Ov er his herd, will guess pretty accurately, and bring his animals out in the spring Vith a good coat or flesh to begin sum mer's work. None but careful and expe rienced hands should be entrusted with the 'care of stoct in winter. If others are employed the master's eye must be on the watch or losses must be expected.: . ' WHAT FARMERS SHOULD DO. We hsve repeatedly urged that farming should be conducted on the strictest busi ness principles that the same system, calculation, laws of investment, belong to the vocation of the Farmer that relate . to any other business that he needs to be familiar with commercial customs and rules, in order to sell bis products to the best advantage, and determine the kind of investments he should make; and he re quires to conduct his process of produc tion witii the same system and calculation, as to cost and profit, that the manufactur er of any material finds necessary m ' his business. " Every farmer's boy should have a business education, therefore, though he is to work on a farm all his life. The more thoroughly he is versed "in the laws of businesi, the greater will be his success as farmer. Moore's Rural New Yorker. Ptjnctcatios that is the putting of the stops in the right places cannot be too aedously studied. We lately read in a country paper the following startling ac count of ord Palmerston appearance in the House of Commons : "Lord Pal merston then entered on his head, a white hat upon his feet, large but well polished boots upon his brow, a dark cloud in his hand, his faithful walking stickpin his eye, a menacing glare saying nothing. ' He sat down." Punch on Punctuation. . Punch illustrates 'unbecomming levity, by presenting a wood cut of the scene - in a church, wherein a crowd "of spectators are awaiting the arrival of a wedding par ty. To the scene is appended this dia logue by way of glossary : ' Fair Young Lady I see somebody in the crowd outside waving a handkerchief. I suppose the bride is approaching. . Light Young Man Handkerchief ! White one! By Jove, perhaps it's a re prieve ! ' . : When an infidel was on his death bed, his confidence- in infidelity was shaken, and some of his friends urged him to Lold out to the last, his reply was "I have no objection to holding on, but will you tell me what I am to hold on by ?" Ah? there is the fatal want!. Infidelity gives nothing to'holdonby. Nations have their lives as well as indi viduals, only they lack the clear and un mistakable' symptoms by' which nature mark's the progress from youth to man hood, and from manhood to old age; they are. as finite as the persons who compose them, only without the same data for de terminining the progress'of their existence. RcNKisa. If running after women be a sin, it is one that is very easily checked. , All that's necessary is for the women to top running away from the men. . . , iUiUtuaUMif Will MET SWISS W AT CUES. Fine Geneva Watches, Mad eepressly for iay trad. Ladled Gold Watches, laeatalad ul plain, end Mt with uiassoaea. llrer Plated War. Fta Pocket Cutlery. Scissors, large and small. Spectacles, steel, lilrer fc cold. Portemonales. Smith A Wesson fine T Shooters. Diamond Bins -with Crown i . .1 Setting. - Ladlr.s' Gold and Plated C hate lain Chains. olid; Plain Heavy Gold Rings ; fey. the Pwt. Ladies' Sets enameled and plain, pendant, oval and ronnd. Chrysolite Drops set in fine Gold Silver and German Silver Thhn . i- , bles. Gold Pens. Ladies' Cabas Bags. FineTable Knifes. Hair Chains. Waterbury Clocks. All just received in Time FOR' THE HOLIDAY'S AND GOING CHEAP, t' ' ZIMMERMAN'S. rmnoat. (X, Dc 1, 18?5. Smf . IMMENSE OUR CLEARING SALE - OF - - Dresi Goods, - '"or- - ' - Silks, , - er . Cloaks, or . Shawls, . . ' 'Balmorals, ""' Domestics, or v--. Cassimeres, Cloaking, ,'..... . ' CTi Flannels, - ..-. . or, JHosiery and Gloves or "White Goods, or Underwear, or . t :'. "t:t Hoop Skirts, - Everything in the Store ; '" ' i - at .. ; ' Immense Redaction to correspond with New York prices. s ' 300 PIECES ; or DRESS GOODS ! .from Aconoy, WhUik wVi b fold Imi tbu eott of importetloo. C0NDIT BRO'S. -J.''- v - BmCfllAO BLOCK. r.ciiuH ftj I FOB TOUR GROCERIES, For It ii fket ilrudr utsblUhwl that tker km the tut mmrtrntnt la ton, ud thej hT jait mwirtd Candies for the Holidays! So remmbn wkn to r for Tar Gbrif tmw H rw IMr'inppi. - - CAPE COD CRAITBERRIEa, LEMONS, ; : . . LAYER k SEEDLESS RAISINS, CURRENTS, ' ; ' " . PRUNES,- "; ;. - ' CAN FRUITS, of si kinds, ) PRESERVES, JELLIES, ';; v ; PICKLES, n FLAVORING EXTRACTS, TOMATO CATSUP, , CUMBERLAND SAUCE, ' FRENCH MUSTERED, &&, tc ' And for PURE GROUND SPICES, a choice TEA, the best of RIO and JAVA COFFEE and all kinds of SUGARS go to ANDERSON fe TALLMAN'S. Thty ban wm cholo ' HAMBURG CHEESE, -CRACKERS, : ? SALT & DRIED FISH, ' . tad ia fact anrythlai in U waj of GROCERIES OR PROVISIONS i Can b ioasd at r ANDERSON & TALLMIN'S EEMEMBER THEIR STORE IS IN ST.CLAIR'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ... . rmnont. Dee, 1. 18. 8 ji. The War is over! Gold has Gone Down! AND ROBERTS & SHELDON Have reduced the Prices ON HARDWARE ' - , . TO CORRESPOND. . Iff E ask the Farmers to call and exam- I f ing our stock of Tools and Implements, , v - which consist in part of Combinatiou Steel Plow, Curtisllron Beam, . Fostoria Cast Plow, Corn Plows, " . Shovel Plows, doable and singly Cultivators, Road Scrapers, : Corn Shellers, iron and wood,3 Straw Cutters, .' Horse Rakes, . Horse Forks, ; Hoes and Forks, . . Rakes and Scythes, Grrain Cradles, Scythe Sticks and Stones, . Shovels and Spades, .Wheelbarrows, Churns,' Tubs,; Pails, Brooms, JJ "Clothes' Wringers, - Spinning Wheels and Reels, Sheep Shears".and Wool Twine r Land Plaster, Water lime, v . Stucco, fec, &c, fec Together with a complete stock of Nails, "'. "'" : ' '.' . House nd Barn Tiimmings, Builders and Farmers' Hardware, STOVES, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, All of which wa oSar at '. " i : ... , Prices ; which flefy ; Competition! ' . ALSO AGENTS FOR THE CHAJMPION Mo wer & Reaper . Cider Mills, Buckeye Wood Sawing Machines, Fairbanks' Scales, Our Tin Shop, . Is in order, and will fill your orders with despatch. , , , . r ROBERTS & SHELDON. mxosr.0, K lt,lM. ' "!"... AtOosW At Cost! ,. t - . : CASH STORE! ANDARY 1 16. Tn nulla room for RPRTTffl OflODS. m wiU ten for THIETT DAYS the following Goods at Cost! LADLES FANCY FURS, Fine As sortment ' LADLES' FUR HOODS, LADIES' HOODS & NUBIAS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, "" LADIES' WINTER HATS, : Winter. Dress Goods! Winter Dress Goods ! FRENCH MERINOES, english merinoes, empress cloth, - poplinepopline, ladles' under-garments, mens' undershirts and drawers. x A LOT OF LADIES' SHOES,. A LOT OF ' BOYS' SHOES, .. LADIES' GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S RUBBER SHOES. MENS' FUR CAPSl : BOYS' FUR CAPS. OUR STOCK OF . GOODS .IS TARGE. OUR ASSORTMENT IS FINE. WE ARE SELLING CHEAP FOR CASH. for IM PRINTS AND SHEETING?, Call at the Fremont Cash Store, Where yon will find the largest and finest stock in the country. B. D. AUSTIN. FREMONT, JAN. 18, 1866. . 45tf : ifrfSURANCE! LNSUEANCE ! ARE YOU INSURED ? IF ' YOU ARE NOT INSURED, WILL YOU INSURE? D. S. OAMPIELD'S INSURANCE AGENCY. OFFICE AT TEE STEAM MILL. Represents Vie JoUcnring 1st Clast Cash Com- panies:j.ri g., Capital k Barplm. New Underwriter's Agency of x orn, tire and marine, 93,000,000 8eritT, f New York, Fire, ' 1,600,000 LsrilUrd, of New York, Fire, 1,312,0C0 Slanhattan, of New York, Fire 6c Slarlne, . 005,000 Artie, of N. York, Fire Jt Marine, 623,000 Cora Exchange, of Now York, Fire us aariuc, . 473,000 300,000 5S?,000 1,300,000 Clereland Iararanco Cd., of Cle veland, - Travelers, of Hartford, Accident al Insurance Co Charter Oak Life Imraraace Co. of Hartford, Th. abore Compaaiea ar all nliabls and prompt in payiDf loaaaa, an th nparienoe of the laat y.ar ihowt; toT-tnTj iom vaa Battled at thia Agency within Sr. day. iter uie am occurred, it u not alwaya th. cheapen m. urane that lath bait. Good aeearitr. oolidei eorrect' ly worded, and a good knowledge of the p remittee in. and, are eeeeotialfor tbebDefltof all Dartiee intereit- ed. Entreat yonr businem to Bom. Agent who ban experienea in underwriting, and beware of tranlinf genie wno come along, una out wnax lnanranoe jOQ pay, then offer to take it leas, whan the riak ia really north moiwthaa It payt. When you want Inanrance all right, call on CAH FIELD who will fix yon ont a Policy anytime, for Life, Fin, jtanne, or Acciaenia irooi i lift J to a yeara, Fremont, O., Not. 24, I860. 47yl.; 7 X E W Cor Front and Garrison Streets FREMOXT, ,01110, When may A found ; Fresh Candy, ' In all its rarietiea, at . Wholesale and RetaiL Also, , V Gunv Gum Drops, Chocolate Cream Urops, ijiconce and .Licorice Drops, b ig- Paste, Gell Drojs, in fact, erery thing in The line of Confectionery. Also A oholoe lot f Cigars, Matcbca, Ac A good assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES CONSTANTLY, ON HAND. O Ji. SH PAID For Produce. 3T1 Remember the place, Theo.. Clapp'8 Old fetand, t remont, Ohio. F. K. TETER & CO. July 14,M6i. Wanted Immediately! 500,000 Oak Spokes! 500,000 Hickory Spokes! 4,00 Cords of Oak, Red Elm, - Rock Elm and Gum Timber, Suitable for Hubs ! 200 Cords Second Growth Ash ! ' .200 Cords of Hickory Buts ! For which the highest price in CASH, will be paid, fon delivery at our Factory. . ' . F. L NORTON & CO. rnmoat, 0, Ort. 3T, 1 W4. Stf . NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS, ..I :.-NEW PRICES, " .1- ' " V ' '" -"5. ' ' " NEW PRICES, NEW STYLES,' NEW STYLES, CALL AND SEE THEM, CALL AND SEE THE'M, AT mmim & co's, Who are in Market with a large and ra- ried Stock of mm Alpaecaa, Merinoa, Foplina, Delaines, Prints, Backing, uoaunga,au 01 wmcn nay. Been aeiaetea wiut ear.. rpo buy th. beat andlateat at, lea of Crockery com. 10 laajuw s tvo. ''O get the worth of your money when . yon ouy a pouna oiia can at EMMRICH fe CO'S. F you want the best SUGAR in market l ana the moat lor your money you will Dnd It at EMMRICH & CO'S. COFFEE, the best at TT'OR pure and unadulterated Groceries Ja. ofallkinda roto EMMRICH & CO'S. WE call special attention to our NFW STOCK of Cloth, Caeaimeij, Tastinga, Genti rnrniahlng Goods, READY-MADE CLOTHING! Of thle w. hare a large and well selected assortment nnr ehaaed with special reference to thia market and thia trace. Cannot be Undersold! Our Profits must be Small but Sales Quick. EOuf Stock is too complete for enumera tion. W. therefor. Inr't. all wishing to purchase goods In oar lin. to call and examine before going elsewhere, as we ean ponureiy sell yoa goo as u jot wish to ouy. ' No Trouble to Show Goods. EMMRICH fc CO. ).-.. P.'S. MR. A. GUSDORF IN RETDi- Ing from th. Dry Goods Trade, retains an offlce at oar store, and will bay, paying CASH and th. highest price, tor ; DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS, WHEAT, CORN, RYE, OATS, SEEDS WOOL, &C., &C. E. & CO. Fremont, October 13, 188a. SSaUtf ERIE RAILWAY! GREAT BROAD GUAQE DOUBLE Track Routt TO NEW YORK, BOSTON, and New England Cltiea. THIS RAILWAT EXTENDS FROM Dnoklrlc to New York 460 miles, . Buffalo to New York 423 ill ilea. Salamanca to New York 41 S Mile, .urn ia nox ' IS" 22lo21 nuies THE SHOB TESTRO UTE. stly aiilet, mttkovt change Coacku, From and after Not. 20th, 1866, Trains will lean in connection with ail wettarn unea, aa iouows: FRO.TI DUNKIRK AND SALAMANCA fijNew York tun. trom union uepots: 6.31 A. X. Ft Fork Dtf Ezprcu, from Salamanca, Daily, (except Sundays.) Intersects at UorneKa. Tille with the 6.00 A. M. Day Express from Buffalo, ana arnres in iiew xora ai iv.zv r. jl. 7.00 A. M. Etpr Mail, from Dunkirk, Daily (except . Sondaye). Stop, at Salamanoa 9.26 A. 11 , and connects at Horaellerille and Corning with th. 8 4 A. at. Eipress Kail from Buffalo, and arrires IBAew ioniH.WA.a. 4.1IO P. M. Bent York Hirht Expren. from Dunkirk Daily (exceptSnndays). Stops at Salamanca 7.00 P. M- and arrires in New Yo.-k at 12 69 P.M.. con. aecting with Afternoon Train, and Steamers for Boston ana .new &ngiana uiues. 6,10 P. M. Accommodation Train, from Dunkirk, daily (except Sundays). Stops at Salamanca 9 12 P. II and intersects at Hornellevllle with 10.46 P. 11. Cincinnati Express front Buffalo, and arrives in mil or at 4.1a r. at. . . fROn BUFFAIiO By New York time from D- pot cor. J&xenange ana Hiefiigan stream. S.00 A. M.Ifiat York DnExvnt (Snndaya excepted) . Arriresln New York at 10.20 P.M. Connects at ' Oreat Bend with the Delaware, Lackawanna and . Western Bail mad for Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, ana all points aoatn. 8415 A. St. Exprua Mail, rls Aron and Horaellsvllfo , (Daily, except Sundays) . - Arrive. In New York at ' 7.00 A.M. Connectaat Elmlra wllh Williamsport at Elmira Bailroad for Harrisbnrgh, rhllaaelpnia, - Baltimore Waanington ana point, ooutn. 6.6S P- M. ffe York Night Ezprtu Dailj. Arrives tn now x ore at u w a. ml,.. 10.45 P. M. Cincinnati Erpreu, Daily (t xoept Son days). Arrives In New York at 4.16 P. M. Con - - secUat Elmira with Williamsport t Elmira Rail road ; at Great Bend with Delaware, Lackawanna ft ' Western Railroad, and at New York with After. noOn Trains and Steamers for Boston and New - New England cities. . , Only On. Train East on Sunday, leaving Bnffaloat o.Ud r. Jt ana reacning new 1 ora at ii.ov a. at., in aa ranee 01 all otner routes. . Boston and New England Passengers, with their Bag. gage, are trananrred free 0 chargt in flew xork. Th. best Ventilated and most Luxurious Sleeping Coaches tyi.Y THE WORLD & accompany all nignt trains on una railway. Baggage checked through, and fare always aa low aa by any otner Konte. X3T Ask for Tickets via Erie Railway, which ean be obtained at all Principal Ticket Offices In the West and sontn-weet. ' - H. RIDDLE, XT!!. R. BIBB, Gen'lSup't """ ' " - Gen'l Fasa. Agent- Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad fS and after Thursday, February 27, 18S6, trains will J run oaliy, (Bunuays exceptea,; as iouows: -' Leave Fremont, at ......... 0 SO o'clock, A. M. Braner's . : ., Winters, 10.07 " - Kansaa, 10.21 ' " Jackon i 10.42 - Reach Fostoria, 11.02 , Lear. Fostoria ..... 11.14 - v Aroadla, 11 40 - Marion . ....... 12.C0 Arrive at Findlay,... ...12.1 . RETURNING, Lear. Findlay, at ..;.......2.0O o'elook P. M. aXarion 2.22 - Arcadia, 2 4, - ' u Arrive at Foetoria, 3 C3 - - Lear. Fostoria 8.17 " ajaeksoa .., ! " Kansaa, ... 3 69 ' - Winter. 412 " Brnner'i 4 21 ArriTeatFrnont,.... 4 46 a Trains stop onlyonsirnil. - - Trains 00 this Road arrive at Fremont in the evening tn nm. to connect win, trains on u iiere'ana ana To ledo Road both Bat and West. Trains will leav. Fremont In th. forenoon ' after th. arrival of trains from C leveland and Toldo. Passengers by thia line reach Findlay several hours in advance of any other routa. Buy Tickets, via Fremont, in Clereland and Toledo, at th. Ticket Olooeaof the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad. L.O.. BAWSON, Sup't Fremont, March 2, 1866. . GROVE J. PENNY, COMMISSION MERCHANT, FOIt THE SALE OR PURCHASE OF PoBK, . Fioua, - GEAI5 or ALL KIKD, Xard, Flax Skd; , Tmoiur Skicu, Clover Skkd, - Buttkb, Eoos, Bkaxs, Pot'LTur, . And all kihd8of Country Produce. Particular attention given to the purchase of Groceries and Manufactured Articles. -No. 27 Vine Street, Cincinnati. AGENT FOR Madison Fiabi Stakci CoarAST. kiiotQgrapi (nailery , BLODGETT & CO., V HAVE got their Photograph Rooms, Third Story alimeT Block, anlaraed. imnroved, and refitted and are receiving th. cltiaens of Handaaky county ia vast crowds, to have their . Photograph! Taken. ; tt don't make any difference if th. weather be cloudy or olfaivBlodgutt k Co , eaa make a first rat. Pioture for yon. Com. and see. Bledgett ft Co, will make yon a perfect picture irom the smallest to the largest slae, ' oaths shortest notiea. - Come and see. Blodgett It Co, hay. eases and frames of allstyle.andsiie.j.., Come and see. 17 Remember, the best plaee In Fremont to get your picture taken ia at Blodgett ft Co's Rooms, over Clark ft Zclgler'a Stora. Gentlemen and Ladies invited; admit tance, FREE, ry Children's pictures taken. Rooms open from morning on til evening. jiMJinti lis w. Fremont, May J7, 1866. REJOICE! AND PEACE PRICES OUR SPRING STOCK OF . Boots and Shoes ARE NOW IN STORE, BOUGHT for GASH! AT PEACE PRICES! If you want good Goods, WARRANTED NOT TO RIP, C0MEBUY0FUS! We can and will sell as CHEAP Ott CHEAPER Than any concern . , . - WEST OF NEW YORK! Give us a call at our Store, in BUCKLAND'S NEW BLOCK, OPPO SITE BIRCHARD BUILDING. HOOT & MENG. FREMONT, 0 May 12, ISM. SILVE 3EI AKP k FINS assortment jnst reootved, of the latest styles J. and patterna. Suds aa Cake Baskets, Castors, Butter Dislies, Syrup Cups, Goblets, Sugar Baskets, Spoon Cups, Tea Pots, Coflee Urns, Cream ditchers, Uups, in aptin Kings, Bre'ntifirst Castors, Tea Sets, tfce., SThea artieles are plated on bast Knits Metal, and all W Ajumrru) as snen. Misses Sets of from three to five pieces, ' plated on genuine Alabata. ' Plain and Tipp'd Spoons, Tea, Coffee and Table Spoons, Salt and Mustard Spoons, Desert, Medium and Tate Forks, Putter, Pie, Fish and Fruit Knives, ' EJf Call and see for yourselves. ty Poet Office Building, H. J. ZIMMERMAIT. rremont, Dee. 3, ISM. OPTICS. JUST RECEIVED, aline assortment of taose excellent Spheroidal Glasses, a beautifully ground Conearo Convex Lena adapted to enit all ages, and more apt to improve than impair the vision, the object appearing with the same foroe in all di rections. Also, other one - Crystal ' Glasses, perfect Coneavo, Piano, Double Conearo sad Convex Lenses, in Steel, Silver and Sold frames. Eye Protectors. Eye or Nose Pluses. Moroeoo, Planished, and German Silver Spectacle Cases, rr Call and See, at the Post OSes Bnildiur Jnnea0,l6. H. I, ZIMMERMAN. $100 TUE.W AUDI " FOK A MSDICINI THAT WILL CtJKB COUGHS, INFLUENZA, ' . TICKLING in the THROAT, ' "WHOOPING COUGH, Or Relieve CONSUMPTIVE COUGHS, ' AS QUICK AS " Coe's Cough Balsam 1 Over Fifty Thousand Bottles ! Have been sold in Its native town, and not a single ins taoce of its failure is known. We hare in our poaseasioB, any quantity of certificates some of them from EMINENT PHYSICIANS, who hire uned it In their practice, and gtTen it the pre eminenoe over asj other compound. IT DOES NOT ; DRY UP A COUGH I bat It looseui it, so aa to enable the patient to expec torate freely. TWO OR THREE DOSES, ; -WILLL INVARIABLY CURE .' TICKLING IN THE THROAT. HALT A BOTTLE has often completely eared the most STUBBORN COUGH, and yet, thongh it is so sure and speedy in its operation, It ia Derfeetly harmless, beinir purely rentable. It is verv aarreeable to the taste, and may be administered t children of any age. LN CASES OF CROUP WE WILL . .. GUARANTEE A CURE, - .: ; If taken in seaaon. ' No family should be without it! . It is within the reach of all, the price being . ONLY FORTY CENTS. And if an inTeBtment and thorough trial does not "back np"tn tvbore statement, Um money will be refunded.- WeeaytniB Knowing i menia, ana ieei conaaent 1111 one inai wilt eeenre xoruanonw in every aoneenoia. Do not waste away with ConjrhlDtr, when so nn&il an InTestmeot will enre yoa. It may be bad of any reapeet- able DmgB;iit in town, wnowiu lurnisn yon wun a ctr- anlar or genuine cerancaiei 01 onree it ivaa maae. Sold by Druggists everywhere. C. G. CLARK & C0n Proprietors, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Strana- Jk Annstronir. and Benton, Dnnhim h. Co . v Clereland, 0.v General Anta. DR. E. DILLON & SON, Aug.25,'65jl , Agents for Fremont, 0.. DYSPEPSIA. J Dr. Stiicklaad's DB. STRICKLAND'3 TOXIC is a concentrated, preparation of Roots and herba, with aatiaoids and car- mtnatives to strengthen toe stom ach and neivons svstem It is a TONIC fj certain remedy for Dyspepeia ar In- dige3liou, ft ervousnesa, Loes of Appetite, Acidity of the Stomach. Flatulency and Debility. It is not alcoholic, therefore particnlarlv suited for Weak, Nervous and Dyspeptic persona. For sale by all Druggists every where at il per bottle. n " DB. STRICKLA.ND'S ' PILE REMEDY roB PILES. has cured thounendH of the worst casea of Biiod aud Bleedic? Piles. It Rives immediats relief, and ef fects a permanent core. Try it directly. It is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists at SO cants per bottle. DB. STBICKLANB'S a co van MELLIFLl'OrS COUGH BALSAM so ' MORE. g, i a is warranted to be trie on y prepa- ra lun anown to cu a Courlis, Colds. Hoareene'S, Asth cna. Whooping Conga, Chronic Cooghs. Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. Being prepared from Ilnney and Herbs it ia healirg, softening, and eircctorsting. and particularly suitab'.e for all affections of the Throat and Langs, l or sale by DrnjfUta everywhere, . ; nijl ... J HAHD WARE ! Wl Ukthisntbod ofntnrniof thaniu to our mnr cnBtouMn i-r ineir nrwriu pm.ro o f forth )ut riftoeB Yftn. tta aunro 4 tlvem thatw hsU ooa. 11 dd oar euoru to morlt thnr eoc tinned tmrorm. T keepicg m Um ttoek f Hardware, Iron nd Vaa.lat -4 1i: a, itat at Xh iowemt market rote. arigoof Ui Pad-Lock. Fremoat, Ohio, Jan. $ 1866. oltf. . iso's Cure for Consumption, IS WARRANTED. 1 F TOtT HATE Cooaumption, try it If you Lave a Congo, try ft. i i ' 1 m If you have Lung or Throat Disease, try it. If yoa have any of the symptoms of tiuadread- ful disease do not fail to try this remedy. If it does yoa no good yonr money will be refunded as set forth in the circular which accompanies each bottle. . . Sold by DR. J. VT. GOODSOff 4 S0, Bellevue, Ohio, DR. X. DILLOX ci BON,. . Fremont, Ohio. J tf HOW MAT CASES OF FATAX DISEASE HAVE TOU KJfOWK OF WHICH THE FIRST SYMPTOM WAS, A SLIGHT COUGH? 5yil Cleanse the Blood. With corrupt, disordered or Titiated Blood, yon are tick ail orer. it nay burst out in Pimple, or Sores, or in one actlTe diieae. or it may merely fkeep yon iiiUeia, depresaed aod pood for nocning. cat yon cannot nave gooo hfalth while jonr blood if inspnre, Atxr'b 3a RSAr abiliva onrna ont these imparities and Btimulates the organs of life into rigor ous action, rentor' w the health and expelling direaie. Hence it rapidly cures a Tar ety of complaints which are eansed bv imparity of the Blood, Bach as 5cri, or Kingt Ktil, Turn or $, Ulan, Surety Ermptiatu Ptmpitjs, Blotches. Boil St. Antkowf$ Firs, R- M or fryitMiii, Tetter or Salt Rkexin, Scmid Htd, Ring Worm. Canctr or CamcerouM Tuwur$, Sort Eye, F smalt Dittrntttx, nch as Retention, hregrUmrity, Svppnstun. rTkti Sterility, also trpkiiis or Vimtriml Dxstm9t Liver Cowplmnt, and Beart Lhieajct. Try Aria's 9AXUr.uu.jL. and see foryonmelf the surprisinif artiTity withwhieh U elean- ses tne biooa ana cares tnefe aisoraers. Darinc late years the pnblie hsTS been totaled by lanra bottlen, pretend iovr to fire a quart of Extract of 3ar saparillafor on dollar. Most of these have been fraads apon the sick, for they not only contain Utile, if any, SarsatMirilla. bat often no curat. re properties whatever. Hence, bitter disappointment has followed th om of the Tarinus extract of Sarsaparilla which lood th b ket, until the name itself has beoem synmrymons with imposition and cheat. Stl 11 w call this compound "Sar ssnariUa," and intend to supply such a remedy aa shall rescne the name from th load of obloquy which rests apon it. We think we h&ve ground for believing it has virtues which are irresistable by the ordinary run of th diseases it is intended to cure. We eaa only asrar th sick, that we oner taem in nest aiteraUT wnicn we know how to produce, and w-hae reason to believ. it is by far the most effectual purifier of the blood yet dis. covered by anybody. Ater's Cherry PbctoralU so universally known to surpass every other remedy fortbeeoreof CtMgk,ColdM Intiutnza, Joarteneu, Crovp, Bronckitu, IiKipiemt Con sumption, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients in advance stages of the disease, that it is useless her to recoun. the evidence of its virtuea.Th world knows them. -r Prepare 1 by J. C AVER Co- LowTl, Massand sold by all Druggists ana dealers in meaictn evtrywnere. Sold fn Fremont, by C. R. McCulloch, E. Dillon t. Son, and 3. Back land k Sons, and by dealers ever j where- Use Dr. J. Stephen & Co's Paten OR RESTOBEKS OF THE EYESIGBT. Ther will Restore Impaired Sight and Preserve it to the latest I'enoo or uie. SPECTACLES REXDEBED rSEL!S. The most eminent Phy sicians. Oen. t lists. Divines. and tbe most p rominent men o t our ; , conntry, r a :;:jr commend the ...)' nse of the : COR m E A RESTORERS for Preebvi pla, or Far or long Sigbtedness. o r every person who eara spectacles irom old aae: Dimneen of vision, or Blurrine;; over worked Eyes; As. thenepia, or weak Eyes; Ephiphora, or Watery Eyea; Pain la the Eye ball; .Amaurosis, or unecanty of Tisibn:Photonho- mf 6 1'- '? ? Dia,orlntoleranos I J J. kiJ 'M-.V .:. of Silht: Weak. vn vi lu tieiina and Optic fierve Mrodesooia. o 1 Specks or Mevini Bodies before the Eyes; Ophthalmia 'g a or innvnmation M jdr..' 1 of the Eye and T v Eyelids; Cataract - r.. rr 1 UJ A: ' or raniai Biind- the Evehell. Hi- They can bsnsed by any one with a i-ni,j 3 ertainty at sne- - t .' 3 mis. and wlthont V...--': f the least fear of Usi ML.,- S IniurytothoEve. eaKawdf Mors than. 6000 certificates of cures are exhibited at oar office. Curs ruarenteed in every case when applied accord inir to the directions inclosed in each box, or the money will be re funded. Writs for a Circular sent jrratia. Address DB. J STEPHENS Co, Octtlists, At BrBHIOx's ramlly Drugstore, No. 10 AstorHouse, Broadway, New York. (P. O. Box 928.) P. a. np. J. Stkpbxxs At Co. have Invented and pat ented a MYOPIA, or COK.VEA FLATTENER, for the core of Near-Sit;htednes, which has proved a great suer cess. Write 'ora circular. LUJ'J GRAY HAIR. , This is the AMBnogiA thwt R tngmsflsi This is th Cora that lay ' In th AxBicofXA that Sing made. This is th Matt who was bald and pray, TTho now has raven locks, they say. II. .V. ...... In the Axbsosia that King made. This is the Maiden, handsome and - gay, TVlio married the man once bald and . ' ' -gray, , ' Who now has ravrm locks, ther say. ' 'w 'Vftt maae. This Is th Parson, trho, by the wsy, AlarricU tlio maidui, haudaome and piy. To the man ortcf hula and irray. But who now has raven locka, they -4 er, Beciiiisc he owd the Care that lay in tne axbuosia mat mil" nuuic. Tliis is the tVil that rinrs awsr f rf iTo arouHe the uw,pl,e sail ami pty - Luto this iHi-t, which iM-re does luy ' Jk$-Tmm?i Ify" ohI1 not beba'dor pray. r. wieV c Se tnc .VKjivaue etuu tuny maur. L H.TiJ2S !i CO.. P-TrrirTca, PiTimm-, Jf.rl VEGETABLE AMBROSIA IS TUE MIRACLE OF THE AGE! (r-nyaheailed Pcoplel have their locssrestorf d by it to tbe dark, Instrma, nlken tretsu of youth, and TYounypeopIe, with light, faded or red Hair, have these unfashionable colors chacged to a beautifulau born and rjoicl People whose beads are covered with Dandruff and Humors, use it, and have elf an coata and clear and helthv "eatps! , Bnldfiended Veteran nave their rwmalninj locks tiphtered, ad the bre spots covered with a lux uriant growth cf Rvir, and dance for joy! Younr Omtlemen nse it because it ia richly perfumed! Young Ladies use it becausa it keeps their Hair la place! Everybody mast snd will use it, because it ia th drmu csf and best artfrle ia t-e market. For Sal bv DOOLRY k BROS., Wholsal A rents, Toledo. O., and S. Bl'CKXAND SONS and E. OILLON SOS, rremont, ani Druggists paarally. i fH I -. . if ? . I Sal J ' 1 a. MC - .'i-. 1 tn to! iii:-' - ! aC... "Ah: - r, ,. SELLERS' LIVER PILLS. PLAIX A.3D SUGAR-COATED. (THK ORIGINAL, ONLY TKCI AXD GINCINI.) Hu .twwt fn. TX( - a..-,. B j qaaled by any medicine known for the ear of LIVER COMPLAINT, ' COSTIVNESS, SICK HEADACHE, BILLIOUS DISORDERS, and Indeed for the whole class of diaeaaas originating 1st B11.1.IAKT DERANGEMENTS. PREPARED BY B. E. SEIXEBS fO x Proprietors, Punbnrf. P. For sale by DR. E. DILLON & SON. THHOW AWAY YOTJR CETJTCHES! REJOICE YE AFFLICTED ONES! RHEUMTISH CONQUERED! RHEUMATISM, OF SIXTEEN YEARS STANDING Completely Cured by JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC COJIIPOCNO AND ' ' ' Blood Purifier. WIIT DO TOP SUFFER vm!!I TtIK CUKK Id AT HAND? Read th testimonials aad k eonvinced: Ifessrs. B. It. SELLERS CO. This is to certify that forth last sixteen years I have keen seriously efflicted with Rheumatism, often eoaBned to my bouse and area unable to wa'k. Being la. th Post Office about two months ago, Mr. Clark oseerrod my arippled eonditian. and urged me try a bottle of Johnson Rheumatic Com ponna. lrouoweanie sane, ana now by tb blessing olGd and the as of smlf a bottle of jour cosa pound,! am free from all symptoms of EieuaiavtaiD, aa4 asai waix wiinoas in aia oi my aran, aa well aa ever. , janta Mcdowell. . 1 " . Tarentum, October 24,186. I have known Mr. McDowell for a number of veara. and do not hesitate to roach for th truth of th abore statement. JAMES CLARK, Postmaster. LH AW Suftrit Read' and Cease to Despair! Mb. Jonirsosf Dear Sir Thia ia to certify that by using thrc-fourths of a bottle of yonr RHEUMATIC COMPOUND AND BLOOD PURIFIER, I was oompl! ly cured of Chronic Rheumatism, alter having suffered for more than sixteen yeara. I have not nit the slightest symptom of th return. a remain yours truly, lyl ANDREW ARMSTRONG. Aingueny uny, stay, wo. no 19 James St. DO NOT- C 1 D ! U IG 1 H. BUT USE SELLER'S COUGH SYRUP, . , FOR THE CURE OF , , Cough, Colelav Hoareeneaw, Influenza, Tlckllnar senntlna of lb Tbroat, . Whooping Cough, Croup, Vc , - ' " ' EsTABUtaicp w 1S35.. ' ; ' It 1 an old and well tried remedy, and has stood the tsst of thtrtvears. ' . r ' , -.. Kead the roilowingr -One Trial will Convince! e .y - BaLTrMOB, Fafrleld County, Ohio, 1 "' - ' Jaauarr iL. lWla.. ., I Mr. R. X. Sillsis Dear Sir I am entirely eat of yonr "Imperial Cough Syrup." Will you. sand me, say six dosen.- I do not want to be, without it, as it is th only medidnethat will come so near raising th dead. It will ear th worst conga immediately. I have re commended it to persons and given them one bottle on trial, and in every case, they have given clear testimony that it gar immediate reUefv j I have need it in say wn family, and And it a sore cur for esGghs and colds in alt eases. One trial will convince My person that It is a sure rare for the worst of coughs aad colds. Respectfully yours, A. L. SIMMONS. The above is strong testimony, and offered without so licitation, in behalf of the beet Cough Medicine of the dy. . The Great Curative.' PtrrascBca, April 19, IMA. R. E. Sxllzks I have been troubled with a cough for the fast fes years, by reason of which I hare frequently been unable to sleep more than half the eight. I tried many remediea but all in rain. I heard of yonr Cough Syrap,and resolved to try it, and now state that the nse of a few bottles hss snred m entirely. I cheerfully re commend it as a safe, speedr and pleasant cure for conghe aad colda. . Yours respectfully, Wat. WOODS. Thia is strong testimony, snd given voluntarily. Prepared by R. E. SELLERS k CO., Pittsburgh, Pf . THE Uneqaaled Remedy . , .. FOR . . .. PU R I FY1KG THE BLOOD, lnd driving from thr,atem all morbid mttrwhittlft iadnoM vtMtu. . f DBw CROOK'S 4 Vegetable Extract Cures ths class of diseases it ia designed rorbsyofid say ell medicines known to mankind. , CJ" It is TBS Kito of ScBoroui Midici jxs. " " '" 17 It never fails to cure Tua one. Old Soaaa, Trr Txa, SaLT-RBTfxa, or any disxasx or THB sxia. For Hhenmatiam IT ACTS LIKE A CHARM, driving away ail aches snd pains, and has no equal in cor ing it, KjT It will Cures Cancer. It win cure Chronic Diseases of the Eye. IT IS A REUBLE Medicine for all Diseases which arias from an imparity of the blood. -See small drealars at tbe Druswiste. OLIVER CROOK & CO., October 13, 1866. 41yl Proprietors. Dr. Proctor's IMPROVED ' IT is unnecessary to speak of the curative propertie of Tar. The world knows that if its medical propertta are properly extracted and held tn eolation that there ar few If any remedies equal to it in cmrinf all Throat and Lang Diseases. Ths great complaint baa been of Tar Remedies, baa been the want of equality in preparation one bottle be ing good the next worthieea and for this reason it wee abandoned by many bat now its greet curative powers ar again bringing it to Uie attention of physieiana end they find no remedial agent more valued when its nee ia persevered iu so sbcrxt Is made of the formula of Dr. Proctor and we print it in full on circular around the bottle. Th Proprietors have improved apon thia form ula aa experieoce baa juatlflsd them in doing, and by their careful method of preparation they not only ob tain all the medical virtues of the Pine Tree Tar, bat bold it in solution so firmly that every bottle will he of equal merit. Themsandacamauesttaitasfirtna. Wine of Tar is pleasant to the taste aad adapted to both children and adult. Asa toxic giving new life and vigor to the system it Is preferable to the many MBittars" which crowd the mai ket and have a tend icy to increase intemperance. WINS OF TAR carve Consumption, Coughs, Colds Son Throat snd Breast, Bronchitis, Asthma, Diptheria, travel. Diabetes, - aad rlissasss of th Kida aad BladV derand etbereonrplaints. Bold by Druggists aad Grocers throughout the United SUtes at only $1,00 a bottle. Pre oared only by OUTER CROOK fc CO-, Dattos), O. Bewsu-e ol Coanlerfelta, . Genuine bar "Win of Tar" blown oa bottle. October, 13, 1SA6. yl BEIYZOIiV IS NOT BE1VZI1YE! Benzoin Elixir - Is ths best Remedy for Throat aad Lang Diseases. . Benzoin Elixir Is used and recommended by Physicians of large practice . Benzoin Elixir Druggists writ, "it is destined to take the lead of all other preparations because of its great aasrit." ' Benzoin Elixir Gives relief to the Consumptive, and also cures Bleeding of the Lungs. For COUGHS, CCLDS. ASTBMA, BRONCHITIS, rYHOOPIHa COUGH, Oaaaissiew, mud Bheedsng of the Imnga, try one bottle of Benzoin Elixir r And yoa win not be without it. Sold by Drngjlela Ewerywhere At Si cents a bottle. OUTER CROOK V CO, October 13, 1865. yl Proprietors. HALF THE ITCHING, NO SCRATCHING! CITRON RAtSAJI willeare the ITCH, ARMY or WABASH SWtATCHRS, la one or two applica tions. It kills the snimecuir immediately, if it ia thor onxhlv applied. The patient can waa it off with soap and . water the dsy after and be rid of it it rs liq aid; taste diatelv nenetratee the skin: does not rub eft on clothes; i. not unpleasant; IT CONTAINS NO MSRCYCR, sad is safe to as saakr amy cn-rusataajees. Italso cures Warts, and all Eruptive diseases of the Skin Ulcers, ftangr" and Rheumatism. It is sn enemy of Bed Bags. Manufacture! by OUTER CROOK sV CO- Dayton, Ohio. Sold by ell Druggists. , OstebttU, m. sYItW . , t . . . .