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[From the American Agriculturist.] Work for April. rinnlinp, grafting ntnl general cure ( li-pen In 111 fruit fc inlert isj tlio itmw fur llioae In the orcliiU'l. Only ilwnrf trr's re In Uo lirp, mi l I hoy .InniM bo mod Ik nf health and Irnitftilncss. . 0tcf, to beautiful whether In flower or in fruit, may It trained Inform handsome pyramids, if til. Lading liraiivli lm kepi tied np to stake. ! Currant should b in alnmdanoo in erry family pardon. Thoy will btnr tti.der hog-l.-ct.Xnt will amply riny tmttinrinn mid car. The Cliorry and While (J rape uru tlio baatt llitti a ia a ureal raiifuairm in lutnic-a, but any of Ilia lara lYtiilo.l aorla nr khI. (Irnpe.- l'lant ftUoiip; mm or two year old vinra on well druiiiod auil. and allow ouly ain)(la cant to grow tlx fust your. frrtrferriM;- Ipinova the mululi from over tha ci 0110, but laavo Ilia kiouiuI oov rratf. Set l ew badn aa aoon na tlio soil can b) worked. For gnrdnn culture, lioda lour foot wld) a 10 ilia beat ; mm row of lnnf In tlio center and a row olfrhtnen iticlit-a from it on each aido. Tlio ihtnli m y In from a foot to eiglilnon liiclioa in Hie row, according to their habit of growth ; tha l;il tar diatanc la norm loo imieli for tlio strung growing kinda Hint tiuike hire stools. Asparmjus. Fork ovor tln b J la if not already done, and if iie'w. filuntationa are needed, makoeurlv, na diructrd lust month. Treat bed bf . Jihithivh in n similar ti a 'in r jbolh do inuuh bstler whon iduiitod out ly lii-loro the growth itnrta. Dean xnaf bo tilnntod when I hero i no longor dangor of froat, but it la Retmrnlly too early at tho North. Tlio Huly Vuleii tina ia a favorite garden aort. Beets. Row In rows 11 foot nr 15 inclira apart, or, if preforred ,twj fort rtutt, willi radlahea between. Hevcntl eaily kuuia ura boiler than the old Pimniio. Citb'uge Pot out the pluiita from cold finmoa. Our rrmikcl gardeners put tho rows 2") to 28 ini'lii'S npnrt, with the limits sixteen Inches In (tin rows, mid llicu act lettuoe in rows ffjiii-Jialutit botwocn tho Cabb.igra, but this ecmioiny of bind ia not uanally nocessury in private pinions. IW-' den off tho plaiiltt in hut bods by exposure. How need in upon ground in drills 4 inclioa apart, and aprinklo wild flour nf liono or air alackod I i 1110 aa aonn na up. Tlio Wuko fluid nlid E uly Yoik uro the moat ci.ininon ea'ly sorts, ami there are several other and tiewer kinda ilrscrlrtod In tho catulognn. Celery. 8ow need in a licli, Inollnw aoil, in drills 8 inches apart cover lightly with oij. rArr.--l'ropnnto by bn-nliing np tho old cln m pa and acliiiij; tho bullm C inches pvt. , - Cress. Whoe vt'r would keep np a sup ly of thia puui'iit salad wrll culled pop j'Or Rraas aliould inuko a sowing every flight or too days. Cucumber may bo sown in cold framoa from which others Imvo boon removed. Noxt montb will be early anoii;ll lo Blurt on sods under tlioao to bu planted in th open ground. , K;;''ii.'. !Stiw in lint-bod mid korp warm. Tliry are alow to recover if they once gt chilled. Atria. Have a plenty of thrso for homo nae or for market. Thymo, Bigo, Sweot Mtttnram, and iStimmpr Savory are- tho moat used. 1'reparo a bed of rich uud Hnely laroikod soil, and bow epodtt in rows (our inches opart, and keen free of womli. Lett mc. Set out planla from 0 1 1 frnniaa one foot apart onoli way, or the huiiio die lanco between row of tai lv cubbitges. How in the open ground in drills eight inches apart. ; . , . Onions. Sets aro put out 11s early aa tho ground din bo worked. It" tUo onions are . to' bo piillod greon, tho rowa tiro to be 'J unclies apart, but il they are to bo kit lo r I pop, luako thorn 15 inohtn. 1'uUlo and Top ()niona are also lo ho put nt that (lu tan ce. 1 l'nt the a-ta 3 Or iuoliea apart in Jho rows, cover ami roll. . 8 ioda, or blank 1 nerd " aa it in oflon called, In aown in 1! , inch drills in highly innnured aoil. Onion ela are raised by planting very thickly in rather wide 9 iuol) rowa in poor soil. I'tirtiey. For eaily, aow In cold frames between tlio row of Induce ; for lator, ' ow in the open ground in rowa a foot upurt. It geruiinatea elowly. iVrt. Tha early mid 11 extra early," kinda are ao numerous that one ia at a ioaa ' to chonao between them. P.m. O'ilourka ia .the old ataudard aort. Sumo of the dwarfs ' are very convenient for garden culture, but the taller kinda are 111010 prolillc. Tom Thumb and other dwnrfa may be adwn in a foot apart. Tho taller growing kinds are usually put 3 or 4 feet ajai t, and supplied with brush boioie they ate tail enough to f.ll over. . Pepper. Sow Sipmah and Mountain Sweet varieties in hot-bed, uud treat tho name aa egg. plants. J'otatoe. Tho early Goodrich ia per liap tho beat for garden culture, l'lant Ihta or othor early aorta, in well inaunred oil in drills 6 inches deep and 2 leet apart; !rep seed cot or not. aa may bo preferred a foot apart in tha drill. JlaUishts. Sow in any aparo apacoa in the fraruee, or in light aoil in the open ground. Market growera, after auwii g their beeta. aow tho ground brenduaxt with , radish seed. Tho radiuhoa coma ull'by the timo tho becta are large ouough to thin. Tho Scarlet Turnip and tho Seat let Short Top are among the beat, The French llrcak faat la a new sort. SemU. Whatever roola, bulbs, &o., are . 4o produce aeed should bo lnokad aver, the Leal specimens selected and tu t in a rich noil. Keep related varieties at a good d tance from one another. 7tmmVv. Thoso well up In tho hot beds should bo transplanted to another hot Led or potted, and kept under glana. Seeds roar bo sown tinder gliaa. 2Wni'. Bow curly varietioa aa di rected for beeta, on light woll emiehed aoil. Window liu.cts, na wo have oltt'tt men tioned, are very UHel'ul in gettiuj; a few early plant. A box 5 or C inches deep, tllleil with good aoil, ami set in the kitchen window, will givo tioitaastock r.f yoiiir lilanta. Tho Ux nniy be ant out in the aim for a few bout during tho warm pot lion i of tho day. Smoking and Keeping Bacon. Several correapotidenta write na lo in . - quire for the best way to anioko uiaat, aird to keep it after it ia ctuod. Tha very beat material for a fire ivilh vliich to amok bacon, is green hickory ; wood, neit to that perhapa ia corn Cobt. Whatever iause I for fire, the utmost car should be taken to have tha amoke pare from all suiudjjr odora which taint ihe meat. ,.To keep the meat after it ia auioked, amne . rP' aucceed boat to lot it bang in the auioke houac; where thia ia not practicable it can bo covered with cotton aacka, and tha outaide) 1 Iheauiha coaled with a thi'ck Kuio wash. A perfectly safe way to keep bacon haina, is to cut tin lu in alu-aa of the nwnal Ibickneaa for cook inc. aoald (hem in boiling water, aud ibon pack in atone jura, preaa them down and pour melted l.nd to mi ail tha interaticca of the mi nt and to - Cover tha toi. Ill thia wav. tho iiieut oun ' - be aaad as wanted, aud will be nice. Ohio Farmer. Thin fences become old, and tha borda lx-gin to coin, oft, nuil upright facii.g atripa upon them agaiuat each post, and the boards will le held to their place, and the fcMca will last several yeuia longer. Mi. EaAsTL. HorKtaa, of While I.aVe, Michigan, koepa cider very nicely hy al lowing it to woik itself cleur, thou lioil iifleao er twenty ininiit.a. It may th.n ha ut in a food clo.tr cuak. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. gt r 11 noth r.-fto. tov Nnlfca bt hrrclir friTrn to all Cimrornoil, Hint a putiiloii haa tMN-a flltt in till (ifHc, prnrli'R Air tin? lial)m of a diMi, itraiaor water cumV.rom mennlnK at tin renter nfaertion twelve ( 1?) MilUm Tewnjiliip, U'cnhI Cooiitr, Ohint thvnea aortlt ttn ttm Imlf neetliia line thrimg1i cTlti.ru one ( l ami twolrt) (till f unlit Milton Ti.wtmlilp, anl aeetinn thirty l ( !ta)if Wnn Tnwnnhip, In enti.itr, until it inturaeeU diteli So. thrvu (3) anil there torruinatu. Tlia anrTeyor and engineer ln mmle due roport U tliii utile, aellinft f.irlh the amilaliilitv and neeefmitT of Knid ditch, nhewing Hie following Innila tn tie ITeted by the looatiiin "f aitlil ditcb, In wilt The araitlieaat quarter anil tit north half of rmth wrrtt quarter and all nf the uoi tb half of aeetiun twelvd (13) in ani'l Milun Towusliip i all nf mr- tion onii ( 1 ) In unlit HilUm rnnlili 1 an 01 neeunn thirlv-niat (80) anil the aimlh hair nf the aonth half of ae'clinn twenlr-tire (26) In anid WmN Tnwn aliip, and the cant half of the norlhweat quarter of aaid lurtinn lweiilT-(lre ( 2- ) in aanl eatmi town I, in Tho lima fur hearing- aaul tielillnn Iir U10 t!ommiainer of tVwid Cmintr, lia Iwcn aet fr TIKHPAV, ly II.IHaf, at the AuJitor'a ofTleo of eaid Wood Ointr. H. It. ritICK, Auditor of Woo.l Cnmitr. i'arrjebiirf, April 4, 1W, iVWi 60 ll-.tl 41, nOTtVK. John Hoard, nf Man fraorlaen, California, anil tlio other unknown hoira of llnnnra Unach, de- . craned, will lako notice thai tho undernlirnrd, aa Admiaiatralorof tho entnte nf aniil llonora Itoaed, derciiaixl, on the 27th of March, A. I. filed hia K'tition in the 1'rolialo Court within and fiir tho eountf of Wood and Htuto of Ohio, alleging that there la nn personal eato'.o of aaid decedent to P"T her dohta and tho chargea irf ailminiaterin her fntite that aim died aei.nl in fee alinylu of the following doearihrd Ileal Katato, aituate in Wood Cnnntr, Ohio, to wit I The amillinnat quarter of lection lwciilv-twn(22Kw norlh neat quarter of aection twon'ty-eix t2), w yi niH-tliivt qunrter ofaecllon twenty-aevvn (27), all in townnhli (i). north, rnnife wolvo (12) eont. The prayer of aaid potition ia for an tinier to Bell said nhovo ile arribwl landa to pay the debts and chargea afore said. Nuid petition will ho fur hearing on the 27ili of April, IS07, or aa Boon thereafter, an can he heard. JAMKH W. KdSS, A'lmlnialrator of eatnte of llonora Koach, drcM, . 1'orryalmrK, Ohio, April 3, 1M7. 4!) l7 I KdAI, NOTICH.- Notioa ia heteliy iivn thut I A Surah Alexander, Ailiuiuiatrntor of I'phiiiini ruble; Jamea W. Hoas, Administrator of Henry Sliiughterbiiek; and C. U. Iliiiid, Ailnilnielriitor of tleorgo ft. Ilaird, deceased, have tiled In the I'm hate ('ourt of Wood ('utility, Ohio, their necounta fur final settlement, and iho same will ho for hear ing on the 20th day of April, A. I). 1807. K1UVIN TUbl.Kfl, rrubato Judge. IVrryabttrg, April 1, 1HB7. 4ln Admlulstrator's Saic of heal t.'.Ute. IN piirKtianco of an order of the Prolmle Court of W (Mut County, Ohio, I will offer for side, at public auction, on S ATl'UDAV, the 27lli day of April, Hfil, at nno o'clock hi the aDernoon, upon the prdniiaos, the following described lots of ground, situatu in Iho town of Wuntor , Wisid coun ty, to-witi dot No. 1, in Miller's addition lo aaid town, less nine rods olf tha east cud. of' the sa ne, containing 1 8-5 acres, mom or lens j appraised nt $l.'it). Also, one other lot in paid ton 11, bounded and described as follows 1 Comnieneing 10 feet north of the noitheast corner of in lot Nn. 40; thenoe west V rods to atako; thence north M'k feet In stake; thence vaat V rods to stake; thence south to the place of beginning, containing 3-5 of an acre, more or less j appraisedat $151). Terms of Sale One-half in hand, the other half In one year from day ot sale, with Interest ; de ferred uaymeut to bu soeured bv mortgage 011 tho premises sold. JOHN' 0 A Mt'HKbL, Administrator of Win. Ward, di-reased. Weston Tp., March 28, 1HI17. iiWtt M AMTI.It C'O.M.MINMOKIII'N NAI.R. Lomnia A Nyman ct al., TS. Cyrm'ChiodeU et al. Wood Common Picas. fly virtue or an order nf salo Issued in the above cause by tlio Clerk of the Court of Common I'luus, nf Wood County, Ohio, and lomu directed and de livered, I will otror for sale at publio vendue, at the door of the Court lluuso, hi I'orryaburg, Voud County, Ohio, on MONDAY. April 20, 1HH7, ltnlween tho hours of 1 and 2 o'clock I'. M of aaid day, the following describe! lauds and tenements, to-witi The wtmt half of tlio southeast quarter, and tlio west hall of the northeast quarter of aeetiun No. twenty-eight (2S), In township No. six (II), ninth of range tvvulve (12) uast, Wood ci.nnty, Ohio. Also, tho vast half of the northeast quarter of section 2rt, township 0, north ef range 13 vast, s.iine county and Mtnto. CHAUI.K.S W. EVKHS, Special Master Commissioner, ,TMa I'll, 1. aiis, rlnintilf'a Attorney. lVrrysburg, March 27, 1W17. 4HeS 00 EC 11 TOR'S NOTICE. The undersign I j having been duly appointed and qualified igned aa tho Executor of the last will and testament nf (ten. N. I'arsous, deceased, Into nf Perry sliurg, Wood Count v, Ohio 1 therefore all kuowiiig themselves indebted to aaid estate will immediately call on H10 undersigned and settle tho same, and all having claims against aaid estate wi I present tlio same amy vomica according to taw. I'. H. Sf.EVIN. Exeontor of the last will of (I. N, l'iirsons,deel rerryshnrg, March 27, 1SH7. 4td IXECUTOIl'S NOTICE. N dice ia licmbv iriv I J on that 1 have been ilutr nnonintcd and uual- illed aa Executor of tho last will and testament of Yt illiam J. Itobinson, laUi of Wood County, Ohio, eecvaaed. All persons interested will govern llieiu selves accorddigly. . LEWIS V. DL'IIIIS, Executor of Wm. J . Itobinson, deceased, t'erryaburg, March 22, 18(i7. 43d 4 DMINl.STKATOll'tl NOTICE. Notice Is IX. herebv given that tho nmlersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Aduiinistrs'or of tlio estate or liliain r. Ilaiinati, Into or Wood County, Ohio, deceased. All persona indebted to aaid rslalo will make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them to the nn- deraigued mqiularlv aiitiientiealed tor acttleiuent. JOHN CAMI'HKI.I,, Administrator. Weston Tp., March 28, 18:17. 48,1 VUHIMnTK&TUK S U riUK.e-Nollee ia hereby given that the nuderslgned has been duly appointed and qualified aa Administrator na the estate of William K. Itosendnle, deceased, late of Wood Couutv, Ohio. All persons interested will lake nonce and guvuru lliemseivea aecordiugiv JOHN WtAVKIt. lVrryabuig, Maroh 23, 18.17. 4-ld" V DMIXISTUATOIUS NOTICE. Notice la V hereby given that the undersigned hss been duly appointed and nnalilled aa Administrator on the estate or r. lward I,, llaint, deceased, tale nf Wood County, Ohio, All persona iuU-reated will govern tliemselvt s accordingly. Ai;uuTrs m. THOMt'SOM. rerrysburg, liarch li, 18117. 47d Administratrix Sale of Real Estate. Ssrah A. Alexander, Adiu'i j In li vs. (teorgo Novlon el al. robnto Court. I N pursuance ot an order granted hy the Probate 1 Court of Wood County, Ohio, I will iTcr for sale at public a net Ion, mi 8ATt;itl)AY, April t.t, A. !. I7, llelween Ihe hours ol one ( I ) and (wo (2) o'clock I'. M., upon tho pnunisea. Ihe following dcscrtlcd real estate, situate in aaid county ol' Wood aud Stale of Ohio, o-wit t Th west part of Iho southwest qunrter of Iho southeast tjuarler of aection No, three (.1 ), contain ing thirty (;i0) acres. Appraised al fl,7uu, And II io west part of Ihe northeast Ir.iellooal ipiarieri north of 1'ortege Kiver)o( section No. tea (IU, containing ntly-mue (Ml) acres more or leas appraised al f J.rtJi all iu tuwn live (i) norlh, range (a el ve (II) east. Terms of Sato One third In hand 1 one-third In one year, and one-third in (wo years from day of sale. Kith interest; deferred payments to be se cured bv mortgage on the premises sold. MAkAII A. ALKXANOKK, Administratrix. P. k. I. K. lloi.LKNast'K, Attorneys for i'et'r. I'errysburg, March 11, ISO?. ' 4k-$d ( Sale of Ileal Estate by Order of Court. OX Ihe 11 tli day ot April. 1S07, Let a ceo Ihe hours ol one and four o'ehx-k P. M.( at the late rvsidence of Phihp Coudi(, deceaaed, in I'laiu lowuship, will be aolj to the highual bidder. Ihe r.illowoig real eaUto aa the prMr(v of Philip Condit.deeeaet. ki.wil 1 The uurtheast fractiou of Ihe aoullia-esl ipiarter of section No. flltevn (15), township No. & north, ranto 10 east, containing il 6 lUUaoivai slo then nth bill ol the southeast quarter of the northeast uuarter of aiction No. 1. town i north, range 10 east, containing 20 acne, and alau tola Nn. si and ait. in the villaue of Ton- toirany, all Itr (lie Cauntr of Wml, aud Sute of Ohio. A I . r K r. 1 1 CONOIT, Fiecutor of Philip Condit, deceased. Slbvin 4. Paksons, Attorneys for Plaiulitf. rerrysburg, March V, Isttf. etkfd IK you want Curranta, Citron, Msre, Tapioca, r'ariua. Pearl llailey.Oal Meal, llaking Pow- uera, 1 east, aud t-hoiee Urooeru-s, go to 1NSCIIO . t'llAMI NKY'S. ITHIK Toilet Soaps and Soap for chasing ailver aud lakiug out grraae-spota, etc., rail iiihib l.N&CUO & CUAMi iV. ilEDICAL, TOILET,' &C. . WIIIHKKllH Mil SUVA C II 13 8 ! I'M)R('r.f) In grow upon tho baannthaat face In from three to flra weeka by tiin(t Dr. HEV KI.NIC'rt HRSTAUUATKl It OAl'IbLAIKK, the mont wonderfitl (liai-orerT in modern arienc, act log aH.n the Beril and llair in an alrm-at miracu loua manner. It liaa been naed hr tha elite of I'aria and London with the moat flattering sue eeaa. Namea of all pnrchaaers will be registered, and if onliro aatiafaclion ia not gircn in orery ln ntancc, the money will be cheerfully refunded. Price hy mail aealed and powtpnid, f I. Dracrip tive circulars and IcMI-nnnlals mailed frrra Ad dress 1IKKI1KR, fllb'TTrt A G't.. Chemists, Nn. iri lliver-stroet, Troy, W. V. Bole agents or the United .Slates. 44z AFFLICTED! KUFrJCIt NO MOltK ! WHEN bv the' nae of ra," JOIS VILf.E'S K 1.1X1 II you can be cured pormancutly and at a trilling cost. The astonishing aurccBi whiob has attrmled thia invaluable medirinn for I'hysical anil Nervoua Weakness. General Debility and l'rnstration, Loss of Muscular Knergv, lmpotency, or any of tho consequences of youthful indiscretion, rend'era it the luiwl valuable preparation ever discovered. Jt will removo all nervous ntluctiona, depression, excitement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memory, confusion, thoughts of self-destruction, fears of inssnity, Ac. It will restia-e Hie apelius ronew the hen lib of those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil practices. '- - 1 onng at en, oe nuinuuggeo no mora ny sjuaca Doctors and ignorant practitioners, but aend without delay for the Klixir, and lie at onto re stored to lii-alth ami happiness. A' I'effeot Cure (Junratilred In every Instance, rriee III or lour bottles to one address, t'.. One bottlo is sullieient lo ollect a euro in all or- linarr rases. AbSO, lK...T01NVILLE'H SI'EOIFiC PlbLfL for the speerly nod pcriniuoht cure -of tkmorrhea. Oleel, Urethral Discharges, (travel, Stricture, and all auVctions of the Kidneys and ellliiililer. Cures eH'ccted In from one to live days. They are prc pured from tngulnhle extracts that are harinleas on the avsletn ami never nauseate the stomarK or iinprrgnato tliii brenlli. No chnngo of diet Is neces sary while tt.-ting them, nor does their netion in snv manner interfere with businesa pursuila. I'riee $1 per box. ....... Either of the above-monlioned artieh-a will be sent lo any address, closely sealed and pont-pnid, bv mail or cxpreiw, on recvtiil 01 iirice. Autlresa all tirnVra to . , . , . IIKItUER, SIHITTH A Co., Chemists. 4 l.i No. 2H j Kiver-street, Troy, N. Y. Tlio World Astonished at TIIK eVONOKRl-Tlj ItKVRI.aTlONS Itfndo by the iroat Aatrologist, I I:dainfc HiAl? K LtlllO O 7 O HE reveals secreta no mortal over know. She kj restores Ui hnniiiuess those who, from- doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in love, lose of rela tions an t liieniU, Ions of luoncv.iVc, have become despondent. She liriugH together thoso lang sen nraled, gives Informnliou cm corning absent friends or lovers, restores lop! or stolen property, tells yon the business you am best qunlilled to pursue and in wluit you will oe most sureessttn, oauses speeny marriages and tells you the very day you will niarrv, gives you the name, oneness and cnarac-ti-riHlif-s of tlin nerson. She reads vour verv thoughts nnd by her almost supernatural pnweia unvcits the dr. rk and hnhleii inrstertes ol the future. l-'roin tho Htars wo see ia Iho Armament the iiialelic stars that nvercomo or nredoininato In tho configuration from the usjiccts and ositioiis of the planpta and the llxed stars In the liearens at the time of birth, she deittn-cs the future destiny ot man. fail not to consult (lie greatest Astmlnglst on earth, it costs you nut a trine, nnd von may never again have so favorable au opportunity Consultation fee with likeness and all d -sired in formation, $.1. Parties living at a distance can consult tho Madame bv mail with equal safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A full and explicit chart, written nut, with all inquiries answered ami likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of pricu above mentioned, Tha atrlc'.est secrecy will bo maintained, and all correspondeuce returned or destroyed' Kelcrenacs ol the highest order furnished those desiring them. Write plain ly the day of the month and year in which you were born, cuclnMug a small lock of hair. Address Madame II. A. 1'EltniUO, 41. P. O. Drawer 211.1, Itufl'alo, N. Y. K EPA RAT0R" CA PI L LI. Throw away your fatso frlxzcs, your iw Itches, your wig nestruotive of comfort and not worth a fig ; tliiiau aged, eeme yontliful, come UKly and fstr, Aud rvjuloa in year uwn luxtu'laut hair. Ili:iAKATOH CAril.M.'i . . . IT'OH reclining hair upon.bald heads (from what ever cause it may haro fallen nut) and forcing a growth of hair upon tho face, it has no equal. It will force the beard lo grow upon the smoothest face in from five to eight weeks, or hair upon bald heads in from two tn three months. A fow igun runt practitioners liavo asserted that there ia nothing that will force or hasten the growth nf the hair or beard. Their assertions are false, as thousands of living wituessea (from their own ex- rierlence) can boar witness.. Dot many will aay, low are wo tn distinguish tho genuine from the spurious V It certainly is dilUcult, as nine-tenths of the different 'reparations advertised for the lour and beard are entirely worthless, aud you may have already thrown away large amounts in their purchase. To aueh wo would aay, try Ihe Uepatalor Capilli ; it will cost you nothing unless it fully comes up tn our representations. If vour Druggist tinea not keep it, aend 11a one dol lar and wo will forward il postpaid, together with a receipt for the money, which will bo ruturned you on application, providing entire satisfaction ia nut given. Address V. b. CLARK &. CO., Chemists, No. 3 West Kayctte-street, Syracuse, N. Y. cmsvrAi coma. Oh t stie was boaiuluil and fstr. With starry ejes and railtant hair. Whose ourllna lenilrlta soft, entwined, JStichaiued Itie very heart and niiud. CitlSI'KIl CO)IA, for Ctirlinrj tha Hnir of either Se.t into Wueftvul (Homo IiiiiflUt& or Jltiacif Mmioe Curls. ' '. BY using this article Ladies an I Gentlemen can beautify themselves a thnusand fold. It ia Ihe oulv article in tho wurld that will cm I straight hair, and at the same time givo il a beautiful, glossy appearance. Tho t'risper Coma not only curls the hnir, but invigorates, oeautilies and cleanses it; ia highly and delightfully per. fumed, and is the most complete article of the kind ever nfl'ered to Ihe American public. The Crisper v.ojna win be sent tn nnv suitress, scaled and nout- Tir t ill . puiu tur e-i. Aooress an oruers to w, i-i,AKK ix ru., rtiemist, Nn. S West Kayette-stivet, Syraeusu, N. Y. CIIASTKLLARS UAlll KX.TE11MINATOH For llomoving Superfluous Hair. 'pt) the ladies especially, this invaluable depil 1 atorv reeomniends itself as being an almost pensablo article to female beauty, ia easilv an- pliiMi.doea not burn or injure the skin, but acta di rcrtlv on the roots. It is warrautod to removo aupeillueua hair from low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely, totally and radically extirpating the sumo leaving tho skiu aoft, smooth ami natural. I his ia tho only article usfd bv the French, and Is the only real .tl'ectual depilatory in existence. Prir. 74 vents iwr paekagw. sent post paid, anv address, ou receipt ol an oidor by lir.lvdtU, Mil l IM vV UU., Chemists, till 2SJ Kiver slreet, Toy, N. Y. V e v VeVVVVf v v : vis. ix :d WHITNEY'S riANO. MELODE whit PALACE 173 Summit St., t , Wholesale and PIANOS, ; MELODE At Lower FrlceN than Any 3?rA.isros. SOLE AGENT . FOR STEIN VAY AND EIGHT OTIIEll FIRST ASD WUCM.K8ALR AOIXt CELED RATE DAM These OrganB have received SEVENTEEN , ' Agls wanted. ' A large variety ' " ' -ti ' discount to Cbur : 11'''! N. B. All orders filled promptly the same day Customers are Informed that every item ordered To those about to purchase a 1'iann Forte, we throw your money away on any nf tho cheap and there are hundreds of (rnrWtai pHiHm now roam instruments on the public at any price; in the end Jl'HT I'fBi.tsnan Tho American Organ, or pletecourseof Instruction fur the Mclodcou. Price, SOLE MANUFACTURER PAT KMT IilIl'KOV . MADE ONLY AT fT These Improved Melodeona have received the Michigan Kioto Kair at Adrian, September 21, denna on exhibition. , . .-'i ho following art) few of the Ma. W,W. Wiiitnky, Toledo, O. Dear .Sirs I instrument. ' It la rich and strong In tone, and ia in recommending Ihein tn all who desire a rail ynu in Iho great success you have bad thus fur, lion. I remain yours, very truly, t'rnm iHd rl'brnled OryauUt, (r. II'. . Morgan, nf To Mr.'W.'W. VniTNKV--I)ear Sin I hsvo praise of them, and at the same time leal confident may purchase them. . 1 remain, deur air, most Also from ' ' ' W. n. TIIOMPrVlV. Vmt. ot Musifl. K, Y. - J. WII.I.UM l IfKI-'.KN, Tole.lo. Ohin; 1. liaVIVO, Opem MansKer, New Vorki C.8. CROISaM AN, Ketches, Niss- - E very" Instrument " War I linvo all tho fncilltlos for mnnnlnctur steam der my my 11 n before the even Mclode these in p a b a ad neons at ceire as Factorv, iti" yonr ad J''. n k s r Z" or Melo withnu t buy cheap, and got a good, reliable instrument. A order in moving, and there beiug no porsou lo put dilinn and materially injured. I buy my Pianos al tho Lowest Cnh Prlcea, profit on each one. I now ask ynu tn consider on or Organ, write me, giving name aud place of iVo.,it ahull not be my fault. ,s , lustrumcnta accurgly rucjje.fl to t"?7"Send for Circulars. Sheet Music-, -'Band cry thing usually kept in a First Cluss Music tlio Lowest 1 rices. Any riece 01 mnsio sent Teachers supplied at tho usual rates. All Orders IVPianes anil iTIclodeone MERCHANDISE. i TO THE CITIZENS OF WOOD AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. Great Closing-Out Sale! '0pTng - - LARGEST ' STOCK GF. GOODS! IN WOOD C0UHTY, CONaiSTIKO IN riKT OP QOODS, i i i ! ! .'I (' I f READY-MADE CLOTHING, . CEXTS' FUKMSIMXG GOODS, Notions, Hardware, Crockery, . Glassware, Groceries, Arc. This Stock Will Bt Sold fjr Tliii NEXT GO DAYS, AT ritlCES I-owoi than Any Othor IIouso iii tho Westt THIS IS NO HUMBUGS TLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS. AKt a See for Yourselves ! REMEMBER THE PLACE ! Corner Front-st.& LoilsUna Are nue rerrysburc, Wood Coaatn Ohio. V. .1. HITCHCOCK. rrryburf , Juo. it, 18l, 8u 1 ON, ORGAN & MUSIC STORE. TSt HI "XT 43 OF MUSIC, Toledo, Ohio. Retail Dealer In r . . .. . ONS AND ORGANS Other House In the West. & SONS, CHICKERING & SONS, CLASS MANUFACTURERS. ULIS II Kit, FOR 8. D. k. II- W. SMITH'S ERIC AN ORGANS. FIRST rUEMIClia within four weeks. Cash always on hand. A very liberal clics.Scboiile, Ac. they are received. is Ai.wiva sent, if to be had in the eitv. would say, comiilrr irrtl hrfnrt you pnronnre; do not worthless instruments that now flood the market; iug the country and trying to force their worthless von will Imd it economy to ouy 1110 oesi. Parlor Organist'a Companion, containing a com $2. Address all orders ! WHITNEY'S PALACE OF MUSIC, 173 Summit street, Toledo, Ohio. OF W. W. WHITNEY'S TOLEDO, OHIO. (he FIRST PREMIUM in every case, including 1805, ovor all competitors, aa being the beat llJlu many Tcatlmonlals) Ilccolvcdi have found vour Imprnved Melodenn nn cxcellen played with great facility. I tnkc much pleasure fui Reed Instrument. I hcnrtilv congratulate and trustyou will reap due reward for yonr exer MAX STKAKOSU, New Y'ork. Oravt Chunk, Arnn York City. tried vour Mclodcnns, nnd can speak highly In they will give every satisfaction to any one who respectfully yours, O. W. MORGAN EmV'nilOFFMAN.rianlst. Varlan HnffmaB Cone'rt K. I ftrriAt!I"K. Proremor of Munlc. Trlnltv Church HOI1EK1' lltOI.LLll, New York, unit 1"V others. ranted for Fivo "i'ears. tngtheao anperior Melodeorta, inclnding power anit niarlnnery (every department ooing on neraoiial supervision nnd I feel confident, with surpassed improvements, that I ain now placing the public a superior instrument, larger, and with neas nf tone not heretofore obtnined by any ether on manufacturer. The finish and durability of struments are second to none. With my onsnr facilities, I hope to continue to furnish these Melo much less than Enatcrn prices: All ordera will re prompt attention aa if parties were here ti select .1 1JT. and 148 Summit street. Now, let me give yon reasons why il will be to vantage to buy of me. In the first place you will InriTo assortment to soloct from, comprised of tha mado in the country. Again, you have yonr Piano denn put up in your house, in good condition, further trouble. And in the third place, you will great many Pianos are spoiled by getting out of tbem properly iu order, they are used in that con- ( l..l,ninH..ffa 1 ,tn p.nllird a fri.01,1 anu mv biui-b uuiiik ...,..... - -- these facta, and should you want a Piano, Melodo residence, and If wedo'uot agree in price, terms, 0 nny distance Frco of Charge. Instruments, Music Books, Piano Stools, and ev Store, always on hand, Wholesale and Retail, at Post-paid, on receipt of tho Price. Dealers and should be addressed lo t W. W. WHITNEY, Palace of Music, 173 Summit St., Totedo, 0. Tuned nnd ltciinlrcd.ifci ft MISCELLANEOUS. , Tho SilYCr Skirt. More Durable, More Elastic, More Oraceful! And will heep its Shapcand retain its Place better than any other Skirt. TIIIS new anil beautiful style of Skirt ( Patent ed Marcli 7, 1S06,) was awarded, bv the Great Amarienn Institute Fair, held in New Yo;k, Octo ber, 1805, a JS il vor 3Vt oclnl! The lliglieat Promliim ever glreu for ia Hoop Skirl. The Steel Snrinca are wound with a fine plated wire (in place ul'a cotton covering) which will wear oil' or become soiled, and tho whole Skirt may be washkp without injury or tear ol rust ing", and will be as good as new. The Combiuatlo-Silver Skirt! This invention combines with the ordinarv cot ton Skirt tha advantages of our Silver Nkirt" the bottom hoops are Ihe same as those used in Silver Skirt, the covering of which can not wear off, while the upper ones aro covered with ootton. No ladv, having- once worn one of our Skirts, will be willing to wear any other, aa tha lower hoops all other Kinds are aoon injured and soiled. The best materials are u-ied in their construc tion, and, from their durability and neatuesa tbey are uesiiucu io ueconie A FAVORITE SKIRT! Manufactured solely by Ihe Silver Skirt and VTlRB M JlNt'P ACTt'RINO COMrANT, SO and 32 llurclay-street, New York. T. 8. SPERRY, Superintendent. 12zx NEW GOODS! NEW- GROCERIES I NEW STOHE-ROOM HQPTSCII, nAVINO purchased the buildiug formerly oc cupied or the Hardware Store, hsa tlior oughlv repaired, repainted and remodeled it in attractive style, and ruled tt with a stock ol Groceries, Produce, ProA'isions, Notion?, &c, Unsurpassed bv any other Grocery Stock In rer rysburg, eompriaing, Id part Teas. Spices, Coffees, Rugara, Sirups, Canned Fruits, Soaps, Candles, Hread, Crackers, Can dies, Tobacco, Cigara, Wooden Ware in vari ety, the Produce of tho Harden, th. Farm, and lha Dairv in short, almost every Article and Kotion that enters into the he.lthy Eeouomy of the Household. 19" A cordial invitation ia ei tended to House keepers and all others tn call andjudjje for them selves of this sxcelleut stock. (ICOROE BOETSCn. Perrysburg, Kovember H, I860. SI KEW TAILORING LSTlKLISiniCNT. i. fa. ki:ttik v co. THE undrraignrd take this method to inform publio of Perrysburg sndS-icinily that have fitted up a Tailoriug Kstnblii.hineiil.oo Front street, two doors east of the Exchange tel, wnere iney nav. an excellent .toe a ol Cloths), Casslmere aid Vtminga, Of every style and variety, and will be prepared at .11 times to Cut, Fit aad Make to order any arti cle of Uentteuien'a Wearing App.nl, after latva! style, and in tha Boost approv.d and satis factory uiaouer. tiiv ua a call. 1. O. BETTIO A CO. Perrysburg, April itf 1W. j of an the they Ihe TOLEDO ADVERTISEMENTS s. n nuiiNAP, (Late of Pittsburg, fa.) WnOLKSALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN COAL AND CARBON OILS, KEROSKNK LAMPS. LAMP TIUMM1NU3, Klti, No. 40 Jvlotirwr) anrert.4 nostra West ! saiaaiiii leicaei v. A aood assortment of Lanterns and Chandeliers always on hand. sis i. W. liddy, DIALtB IB HATS, CAPS, FURS, ROBES. UMBRELLAS, ETC NO. US" SUMMIT STREET,' S11 Toledo, O. HT. C O O K, . DIALER IM WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. No. 173 Summit Street, TOLEDO, Ohio. CiUiens of rerrysburg and of Wood County . 1 11' . 1 ' t.w.V n .Tnivi.lrv tn hft re- paired, will have their orders executed in a prompt andaatisfactnry manner. J" UNION STEAM MARBLE WORKS, 279 Saramlt Street Toledo, O. S. CLAItKE, MANUFACTURER of Grave Stones, Monu ments, Mantels, and all kinds nf furniture slabs of American, Italian, Spanish, French, Lisbon, Irish and Egyptian Marbles. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. All kinds of polishing materials on hand. N. H. CALLARD, I'errysburg, 37.x Oencral Agent. 2Q 'if E AKS UXPKIHEnXEl RADICAL CCREd WARRANTED! Urnld Dispensatory ! ESTABLISHED ON TUK FOREIGN PLAN In Myers' Ulnck, Monroe Street, TOLE0O, OHIO, A PERMANENT INSTITUTION. THE undersigned calls the attention of those in terested tn the fact that he has established a suite of rooms in Myers' Block, on Slnnroe street, a' reg ular 1) imiAnHn tnrv fnrliia -jscSX .IWytreatment and pormanenl -VJ na-Vv"y eitm nt h knmvn PRIVATE DISEASES, ' whether of recent origin or or long standing, in MALE OR FEMALE The success which has attended the practice nt the undersigned in the treatment of diseases com ing uuder the above head, ia sullieient guarantee that what he undertakes he performs, aud in every case effects a radical cure. Private ronms are provided where consultations can be procured tn the strictest confidence. General oflice over Noa. 31 and 30 Monroe street, first room to the right at the top cf the stairway, over " Cornucopia." All letters, containing a re mittance or a postage stamp, promptly answered. lfOdioe hours from 10 to 4, and from 7 to 9 Callouoraddreas R. II.T 1 MPAK Y, M.D., 3tz Toledo, Ohio, NOTICE. THE subscriber, as Solo Pr.ipriclor, will con tinue the business of Miking and Repairing Wasons and Carriapress. BLACKSMITHING AND ' PAINTIN3 Phiup RinRB, as Foreman of the Wood Shop ; Joaicril Qantikh, Fori; man of . the Blacksmith bhop, nnd Himself, Foreman of the I'aiut Shop, and General SupcrinttMulnnt of all the De partments. Thanking the frinnda of the old firm for past fa vors, he would respectfully solicit a continuance of their patronago, and also the patronage of the public generally, assuring all 'that whatever work is doue at his shop, will be well noun. W. II. I10LI.ENDECK. Ferrvsburtf, O., January 10 ISfif. 2Szz There comelh glatl tidings of joy to all. To yount: and to old, to great and tn small ; The beauty which once was so precioLS and rare. Is free for all, and all may be fair, II y tho t'so of CIIASTELLAR'S WHITH3 TiTTTXP ENAMEL, For Improving and Beautif'Ying the Complexion. rrni5 most valuablo and perfect preparation in J- use, for frivinir the skin a beautiful earl-ike tint, Unit Is only found in youth. It quickly ro niovea Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallowneas, Emotions and .all impuri ties of the akin, kindly heaiinK the same leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its use can not be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. is the nnl article of the kind nsed by the French and is considered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect toilet.. Upw irds of 80.000 bottles were sold during th? past year, a sulliciuut guarantee of its efficacy. Price only 75 cents, bent by mail post-pain, on receipt of an order by BF.KUKU, SUCTTrl &.CO., Chemists, . Hit 28S Kiver-street, Troy, N. Y. BEAUTY! Auburn, Golden, Flaxen & Silken Curls TJKOIUrCED by the use of Prof. DEBKECX X FKIHEIt LK CIiKEUX. One application warranted to curl the most straight and stubborn hair of either sex into wavy ringlets or heavy mas sive curls, lias been used by the fashionables Paris and lionilon with the moat gratifying re suits. Does no injury to the hair. Price by mail sealed and post postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circu lars mm left tree. Aiiaress ULKUl-.tt. MUUlTiS CO., Chemists, No. 286 Itiver-street, Troy, N. V. nole Agents for the United states. 4 lzi LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. X. Uradlcy's Celebrated 1'atcnt DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OH DOl'BLg-SFRINO) O IS. I JTL If. THlwosoiari LrLsimi iTTandomiciroBTsnd 'i i ts a Lady wcarinilb. Dl rLKX ELLItTlC SKIKI will lio experienced iart(clrl In allcr.wd .i1 Assemblies, llperas, CarrisB;, ltaiiroad Cars. Churct I'ew,. Arm L'hairs.for I'remeaad. .ad Uoasc Ureas, at the Skirt cau be folded, when In ase, to oo cupy a small plar. a. ..ally .nd coaveni.ntly as pus or aiuslin lire,,, an luv.l.auie cinalHj inorino line, not round la .ut r-imle Surins Skirt. A Lady having Knjoyed th. Hl.avur. Oomfort and Or.at Cuuv.nienc. of w..rina tb. Dciplki Klliptic Bts.l Sraisn SaiBT,f.r a singl. day, will h.ver llliailvdl.i.aseiritli th.isu,.. i'orOliil iIko.MIim, and Voung Ladi,lh,y ar. scrwaiosto all other.. They will not Bran er tliii Ilk. the Sina-1. Snrln. but will ras.navs their rasrirr and eati srut tHArs when three or four osoistav skisi. will bav. been throws iis a. peBLsu, Tub lloora ar. cov.r.d withnovBB s tuti tuac.a, and tb. son.. ar. not only douhl. (prlng., t.i twie. fot doa ble)covaasD, pr.vautlng4bem from wearing .at waca drafting dowa ateit, , lairs, ko. Tb. I'uplea Kllipile l agr.atfaTorlU wlta all ladies, aod It unlv.ralT rrcoaanerided hy Ih. iiH- ,J'."f.ff.t,1."?;' 'OeTASUaltU SK1KT Olf tU raSIUONABLV, WOULD. T. enjoy th, following iQilabl advaatages Crlnolin., is: susuio. unurT, tssracT am r Ttaa. stylish intra aad i.suh, vt..aiBiLiTV..aaBiL itv. oawsoaT and acosoaT. Inquire for "J. W. BaD i.bt . Oc.L.x luimc," or Dull. Spring Bklrt, b. ,nr. yon rl th. gnnnln. arllcl.. CAUTION. To guard against 1 at POSITION, E articular to NOTICE Ibat tklrt. er.d a. PUPLBX at. lb. rd Ink iia.p, via: ''J. W, Bradley'. D.pl.a atllipii. Steel Sprlnya.' up. a th. w.itbnd a.n. othtrtar. gunuin.. Also Notlo. thai. very Hoop .dmit . pin binir p.M4 tbroush th. enter, thus tb. two (or doubl.) aprings braldad tngelher tber.i.. which I. la. .eer.t of taelr slbxibilitv (thinoth. and a o.mbiualloa not lo b. found in eth.r Skist. rOftSAI Iatr. R. VIILLKR at CO.'g, la Perry burr, and In all Stent where Kiatv-rLau Ctiav. told ihr.ugboui ih. Tailed Bt.te. and eliewaer. Uauunicl.il'.. I hv ihe ae liIm .f the p.ieut. a. avn!::ST 15,RAf'-KV. & CAKY. . 89m 9T Chambers kit 1 SI Iteade-s'.B., N.t. CROCKERY, in endless tarielr, lust rreelved ,. alo at tb lowest price, at Ih. Chaap Cash Stoijif HOl'STOK M, A FIN Sleek vt MusJias, Prinis and Helaloea 1X t H0USTQ3', W-il V? JTL. C MSI f.. - It ut & a af ter.ard, th. lo aad k. will re vealiog and any aW MISCELLANEOUS. WOOL WANTED. WE will par the highest market price for any 1 qnantitvof clean, well washed Wool. . One-third will In all cases be deducted front , unwsshed, partially washed, and rinck fleeces. F. H. MILLER A CO. Tcrrysburg, May 23, I860. mioToqiiAPiiicv E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,' Manufacturers of Photographic Materials- WHOLBSALB A NO BKTAIL, 501 nilOADH AV, N.Y. In aJdttlnn to onvmalo boilnsss of HIOTOTRAPH M ATKR1AL8, w. are Headquartws for 111 fono'aiag, -vis: Stereoacope. nnd Slrreoacople Tlwa Or American and Foreign Cities and Laadmap.., Qronpt, Statuary, etc, Btereoscoplo Views of the War, ' From negatives .nado tn h various campaigns, aad forming aoompl.t. Photographic hlslorf of lbs ir.at contt-st Stereoaooplo Vlawa on Glass, Adapted for either the Kaglo Lantern or I lie store. scope. Our Catatoga. will b. aeut to any address .a receipt ot Stamp. Photcgrnphlo Album 1 Wo manuractnre mors largely thaa any other hoof. Btiont 'isi varieties from 5a cenla to a.So Moh. Oar ALIlVMShav. th. repolatlon of b.lnp; nprior lo bcautyand durahilltjr to any others. - ., Card l'liologrniili. nf (ienernlit A(t on, Molcunrni Ac., are. Our Cstalogu. cmliracc. over riVB TnOCAKD dtgerentuiijects, including reproductions ofth. most celebrated engravings, rniimngs, ribibcs,.. tai alnguei sent on r.eeipt of stamp. Photographers ami otners oruering goons u. v. i., will pleale remit V9 per ctot. of Ih. amonat wttb their order. ' (V The prices and quality of oar Goods .as set ail to satisfy. . F O U T Z'S Cr.LtnRATID Horse ail Cattle Powders. r Thin pTfifrtlon, long ami 1Wvorbly knnwn, will Uiof outrhly rvinvigort brukon-lown and low-ipiriti'd fcfHTP!, by trenjrllufnintf ftnd clemming the tomaclv adU tntotv tine. It Is ft fnr pr Tfntlvt) of all diu ttnvB Inclfitnt tf this animal. ucta as LUXO FEYKB, GLAMEB8. TBLLOW WA TER, HEAVES. CO u on 8, ins TEMPER, FE VER 3. FOt'XPKR LOSS OP A P PE TITE AND VITAL .vKuar.Jco. its us improve! the wind, increases the appetite- pivM a smooth and i glossy kin and 3 transforms the0 miserable skeleton into a flne-looktnir and mirited horse. . , ; To kooiwrs of Cows this prepnrntfnn ts tntalnaMe. . it lncreastis uie quantity ana iinmrcs the quality oiuietniiK. it lias bwn pro vet) by ac tual experiment to Increnfe the quan tity of milk and cream twenty per cent, aud make the butter firm and Bvrevt. In fattening eattle.U KiTesthem au apjietite. loottcns uicir nine, ana makes Uivm thrlre much fiuler, In all discuses of Ss lno, such as Coughs, TIccri la sec, this article acts as a sfieciAo. By putting- fixim t one-half a p:iier ' to a paper in a barrel of swill the above diseases will be eradicated or entirely prevented. If Rlm In Urn., a certain prevent! v. and cure for the ling Cholera. Price 29 Cents per Paper, or 5 Fapeis for (1.. PREPARED ST . . s. a.. rrox7rry: & uro., . AT THEIR wnoiF.sti.E nnrn ami iirmnxR detot. i No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. . Tor Sale hy liruggUts and Storekeepers Uii-ougU- out th. United State. , 1 CtT INSCHO A. CHAMI'NF.Y, PerrrBburg. O.. Wholesale Agents for Wood County mid vicinity, at Manufacturers' prices. a ISE PUATT Il.TCHER'l CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL. WtuTaiuted iactwetof ntioiimiitiHni, Nooralgl, UruiBM oi Fuiitii. The Uost ami ("hoaitcst Horse nnd Cattle MfM.U'iue In Hie World! 1 ' Uttd thtvuphant Ihe ITtiiett .Stntet ami Can utkit ImHh tke lait it.1 jtatVf . r For the cure of Wie various lllsonsea lo vhleh llorMp. unit 'iitlle nro stilie-l j such aa. l imnili-i, Dlsirmper, Hide Hound. Loss o Aiipt'llle, Inward Stinliis. Vi-llow Water, fistoln, foil Kvll, ftcrnU-liea , (jreao,Maii., Intlaiiiuuitloii of the Kyes, nnd r'nuuue Inini Ilaril Ijilwir; ' nlw, KliHiinui; ii.ui. (-4iiiiiiniily enlleit Klllt ooiiipliiltil.l, wltlcli pnvi-j fatal to bo many viiluiililo Homes iu this couutry SLOAN'S CQNDlfiCN POWDER lift- the Urktont mtlfnf uny Hotrae nml Cttlilo Mr1irln tn Dili rutiiiti y. It U cHMnri f liorlm uml imi4, ntitt for liitltliiBvMM. mift ty. fii'l titinly win) Ucr'tij;bnw, tiuil rir-iiiiiiinily nt tbu h;Ml ut Ui.liirof lliv ftfiti It rnn tm.itll nil kdw-i 1nmiori, trcvnU linrnM from brcitmifiN hI Ml ttr tniiili-riiit;. niiifiii I tic lincwt,ltMfii tho Hkiii, mill givt.t It h (tiiKN.Iti nihI gl4iMy uiifiim nr, c.rniMt4 Ihe WrtitT iitirl RirciirfilM'iirt tTiry nrt f lit boity. It ta nlstfi a hh nutl rirl'iiH ri'iiivity tit ctiult Mil ooIJh, nhivk guuumtu m nrnny IhUI Ui(i'neitS , "t ioiia wa.i' Th.Oow rtxinirM l-n,..II.-W wllb.u al-omltnr ot ltod Iml 11 luiike her lilt Ihln in H.4 lrMinlil, but to Bi iii . r.-.nl.-.rreiiHn of uiilk, and all ewuv. of cona will ttmi by atliy IIiuhi BZaOAN'S CONDITION FOWDXI13 twira a WiH-k, a Ihik, ii.cr.uif in ifiiaull'f .lid itiialll. of aiilk aud ervuai. 11 tanii i ll nil f " "' '" puiitltw of llbl.M.d. TI,L-4-ir.-i.'l iMM-i-n :briiuhout tli. at-aM.u l.,y a i lcb and atun.titir Ibiw ol mil ax. "" hllllrr i In-atliililka U war ll valuahl. fmwrlieaof Mms'i I .m.f.fioM Vmfir, it uru. Baotlng III uniilioii .1 bu ln -l au.1 rwitiu( Uutujl f Ui diwiatn. f alt lb. U..mliuUd aauuKli. m-k ftfty rent iv-kAx Shtsiu CmiUtom ittir (Hit lllli l. ft UllTvl iT tlMflt t!i k.Nf tAn ! buhlt) of corn to ftiitcn Ivn. m i b a crUiu pr t vaWlaUrU ( 11 IU. l'..rrOA'.-Tb (irot.-cl onr-flTrN ami tli pnbllt truni iM-htK titiiMvi-.l u'xtti hy wri1itt hiiilnf irniBt, th) gtmiiiHi mill Utur tho 4iwiii iiitttui wf ti nt priviori uii iUm nptr. t for twl hy IhTjt.t uj MiTcliiuiU Tr)ttn, 8..1. PruiiriuUMt. VbioS Ik t. a Drawer d&.'fi. Bold t WholessJ ly RTKONO 4 AUMSTROSa.Tlevclsnd. B. E. 8KLLKUS CO.,l"ittsljurj,ra. At Ketalt t7 TECK HAMILTON, fi-l-v .Oil