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'Cohesion ITrtrliyfo. .
c tiAJDGRAF & ERNST,
. 8tUse ItkffNl Bad tBrl.fia,
' HIGHEST CASH PB1CBS PAID FOR
BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, TALLOW.
03 I HIDES, PELTS, DRIED ,
FRUIT, Ac., Ac.
We have coastaatly on hand '
i - ; i i , -ill..'- , .
,A COMPLKTJB STOCK: OF .7
Family Groceries !
Which mm offer at the
Lowest New York Cash Prices.
fW Salt and Floi-r always on band.
.Highest prices for all sorts of i UK.
Don't pass ty the Wild Cat Sign.
Joseph L. Rawson & (o.
13 J. V JrS. iL. V JCj ,
Forwarfi and Commission
f -.-- i r i
9 . "- - n r ;
Yy. VOEAtJBKB 'lN ,
Coarse Slt, ; "
Fine Salt, r . ; .
. '"Dairy Salt,''
"' Land Plaster,"
, j Calcined Plaster, , r
;.: , ; Water Lime,
Binii fimml the nnttfre property Known as
"Fremont Warehouse V Steam
. ... , . "CleTaton"
e - .'. t-
At the heed of navigation pi tha Sandusky Rivet,
are prepared to receive etn-., ana shin
"i AND OTHER PROUCCTS.
-JosEra L. Rawbon is Managing Agent.
Office at the Ware Hoaae. " -
JAMES MOORE. ' ' Fremont, Ohio
E. t. CROSS
4 DKALKB IN
Silver & Plaled Ware.
P4rtteular atteaofl paid in rrpmiring of waUhtv,
, , docU ttid jewelry.
Gill, Rose Wood and Rustic
twholeatleand reUtU . .
t ail desoriptiona vdmA loord r. , -
tograTings, Litbograpbs and
j. i . ' .
of all aixea and varietiea consUntlj on huid
No. 2, Bucklaud's Block,
. FREMONT, O.
Pinoi, Orf n., Melodeoos. tiennta and FreacB
AccordeoDe, Gttltan, Fiotea, 'ilea, Tiohni aad all
tiindi of nnuical merchtDdlM. 2
Pianos, Ormai, H el odeonl and Aecordeone repair
ed and warranted.' SStt
No. 2 Buekland s Block,
Wholesale & Retail Sales Depot
FOE . , .
PIANOS, ORGANS AND
Of the flret quality only. All the standard instra
meat furniehed to order at lowest poasihle rates.
tJreat Musical Excitement, and American Genius
Triumphant New Invention, ine veieoratea
nop n-kaewledced to be the nneet in America, now
startle the musical world by introducing new Vol
ll.MMrjtlMla Rtfliw. rrodarine the BUDerh ef-
I cta, excelling the nneet pipe Organ tones and
quallng the clearest vocal eflor U of Baril li or Parepa
Gross and Thomson
Kow oa eibibition, the splendid
PHELPS & GOODMAN
Organi and Melodeons,
from Ner York, elegant ia stjle aad celebrated for
Turlty ol tone ana majesty m voiuroe .unu-nuuj
Croaa & Thomson, Sole Agti.
PHILPOTT k CAMP'S
scfem aoan woo
Organs & Melodeons,
exquisite in etyle and tone, substantial in Sniah,
aad eoM at lower wan inv lowest nwa ..whw...
Cross & Thomson, Sole Agts.
era ka the anaat facilities to furnish all iostrn
meats in thie and adjoining counties, eelling at
eheaper ratae aad giving better satisfaction than can
be afforded by any other dealers in this part of the
rjtate. All instruments warranted ior seven years.
Pianos of the bast make sold to order. Splendid
ri anri MMninr.
M uaisal Instruments of all kinds repaired and kept
in order Criticism sad
Call oa as before purchasing elsewhere. Htfi
..-.. ... . 1 , ...''.! 1 . ?
Tschumy & Doncyson,
BeepeetfallT aaaeaaee that they h opened a
aew Farnitnra Room at Teetaenj'i eld aland
Frent Street, and that they jpiopo-w heraafter to
keep a Sne aatartaieatef arerytMn( ia fha fanrltnre
ue. laejeeiieepeeial attention tnlkeir e4ent4
PARLOR SUITS, .
TETE A TETES, f
:.. SOFAS, ...
Better than erer herara appeared ia thie ertrket.
-.it !. r :
Cane Seat Chain, - " ' 5
: Dining Room Suits, - - v
Tables, Beaureaa, w"1
And in short, everything in the Fnraltare line.
They make a apeeiality ef
UBDERTAKIN G. !
O C in xxs,
- Alweri an band er ai'i te order at mhmil
Tb aleoare Aitentt for Flak's Patent Metal
lie Burial Case, which ia aiaie of iatperiehable
aiateriale with b-eatirnl ieteh.
, TSCBUIBY & DONeisbN,
Bare alee eahwad their lleaaraetariaji eetabllih
eat, pnttiee in new auhiintt ii
pared to do ft (1 torU of
PLANING &. MATCHING
At thort oetiee and ia the beet . mt aha
aioat reasonable ratae. . . f Mel 1
0. W. HUlltK,
MannfMtarere and dealer In all kind of " "
Parlor and Chamber Stttt, . .
Partar, Cant and Wood Seat Chain, '
Sofas, Tetem Tttea, Lounges,
Extension, Dining and Breakfast Tail
Parlor Tables, Bible Stands, . - i "
, Writing Desks, Wood Brackets. .
B ureaus, Washing Stands, " '
Wardrobes, Office Desks,
Office Chairs, Mirrors,
Spring Beds and Matraaaea, "
Of allstjlee aadprieea. 1 .
Wemanafaetareallthe above te erer dnddora
parina in the beet etyle.
We do allthebaeineeein the andertakwi Hne an
ereagentt-for . .
Flak' Patent Metalle Barlal Caee.
TURNING DONE' TO ? ORDER.
Arehatreet.ta the rear of Hidbert'e new block.
MAFUFACTURER AND DEALER IA
ALL KIND8 Of !.f
TOBACfO AND SEGARS!
In Baehland'e Rew Black, Oppaelte the
lat MaHonm Bank,
. . , . ; ; ,..:,!
SIGN OF THE BIO INDIAN
1 KOCERS.aalooa-keepere, and tletelprnprleree
T areeeDeoiallv invited to eall and examintamv
Stock. Iiathe lancet and neat ennrplete ef any
nee aep'tn inieaeetion 01 taearmntry
ty motto ii qaiek aaleeandtnal'prolte
Fremont. Nov. 14,t88f .-47yl .
Opposite the Bank of
D H. ALTAFFER,
TTrnni.nreuteetfallvaaaoritteeto theeitiieat el
laatopenedaaantiralynawstoeaoi ..... p
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which he It prepared to s ill, Whole
le and Retail.
it tbe lowest nasi
Iiuree. He wouia especially invite
Hotel and Sftloob-Keepers, to examine his goooa, oe
. CBEWWO TOBACCO, of
MEERSCHAUM FIPES, MATCHES, Cl-
Inendlees variety, constant! j on hand . ,
tW City andcoantr) enstomers will be supplied
with everything la my line o business, at reasons
Fietnont,Jnnei, iwe-apji. , ,
T E L B GRAPH
Send for Circulars,
0. A. VAN TINE,
S6tf Sandusky, Ohio.
UN01H BUSINESS INSTITUTE.
Tuition Cheap to Young Men
8end for Circulars. S. S. CALKINS, Frea't.
WILCOX ek GREENE.
OOK AND JOB PRINTER; Offlaa la thirdstorj
,1 ?JHi ii tSew
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nvBg of work. It n ottatned ao en5ot rpot
H - ii PT) 'eeVr ' "'.I -..t
HMtlii!my fiiDf h'rtrt'i- It hM luti-ly I
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met. imprb?o4 ntJ .Bowfw'joppfrirrlilDlh ad
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atmniMhiy. . A (m at ih mmj mtiminiy .wr
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eonttantlyreeelviBg is found below;' ' .
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ia . -.1t E.st. T.r v .
Paanar,Ohte, May ,1ati
r" Ma. J. L Jacitaos: Sir: t have need the Plorenca
Saarfaf Maahtna far flva yearn, and- and it in every
. ?( ..-'1 f
reepeet as epreeeatei,' sfrople, reliable and eesily
kept In orper.'
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PxxnoltT, Olio, May20, U'7.
ktx. J. I. Jacraoa: Sir.- We the undersigned
iahw:iftl'i'l ttirtv' 'si' .
nave each purchased mnd need a Ploreno Sewing
Machine, and Snd it simple, reliable for ell kinds of
work,heavy, medium aad lieht. and not liable to get
entaCordet We aheerfully renommend the rioT-
aneekfaefclee to every one wentine. a resile flret
classaewingmaehine: ' '
Mr. J. H-.Lesher, , Fremont, O.
Mrs. Joseph L. Rawson, ' " ''
Mrs, J. R. Yandercoob, - Clyde, O.
Mr. William Elay, ' "
Mrs. Dr. Good son, - ' Bellevae, 0.
Mr. Burdett Wood, ',. "
Mrs. Dr. Hmriiy. ' : , : " ". v
Mrs. Jay Mdes, , . - t .. ' andaftky, O.
Mre. J. H. Gardner; , NorwalW, 0.
Miss Briggs, Monroevilie, O.
1 am also agent for the -j-
Singerfi Howe Macfiines
IfiQin'tifir tb hear? Pinm inaiiofActmriDc nehio
ftr Phormakora ana Tailort 1 ibal' tw happj to ao
any one ia want of. a machine, to aay of
tbe above styles, which I can canldenlally recom
mend as the best in the market.
X L. JACKSON, '
-- -' . Waaaaa'a OlBSratm. T.Cuui Blixk.
JaneU,im7.-a7l. . ,. . ...,. :
n The ' Howe Hachiae Co.'s
69 BROADWAY Njsw" Tom. -
FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS
i ji) ;;ci, -r..f.!OV
WAS AWalDED BT TBI Jl'hOBS 10
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AT THE PARIS
ovaa HbHtT-Two coiircTiToaa, and
The only Gold Medal
AWARDED TO SKW1NU
MACHINES IN THIS GRAND
FAIR OF THE WORLD.
MRS.tl. L. JACKSON,
Warren's old Stand, St. Clair Mock,
BRISTOL & TAYLOR
Call Special Attention
To their new stock of
SH A "7V Li
. Just opened for ths Full and Winter
CALL AND SEE THEM.
w. a: smith.
12 gnamUsK.. Toledo. O.
SURVEYS, ESTIMATES AND FLANI MADI OF
all works of aonatraatian, 47tf,
The .: Fremont Journal.
Town and County Matters.
fkbmont. bandtjskt co.,ohio
FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1867.
i Real Estate Transfers, For the week
endiog Saturday. Oct. 9th, J867. Pre
pared by A. F. Uallaeher, Couoty Recorder.
A W Sigmirney to Wm J Hughes,
lota 3 and 3 in Smith t Dufreeien
sub dir. of lot 13, Clyde $1 200
S F Fihch lo Jno I nter, lota 18.), 13fi, '
137, 138 Green Springs $3 000
Wm A Rice to Geo GTindaH, 15 acre j
arc 4 and 5, Ballville $9 650
D W Krebs to Geo Kngler in-lot 378,
Fremont t. $1 000
Pat Hncket to John Ptirtell, 4 acres,
York townahij). ..$1000
D JCoHverirJ Wni Wreka, n w e lot,
Clyde .' $350
l'Willer to H Brtintbaver, 4 acres, ' '
arc 11, Green Creek township...,.' $338
Transfer for the week ending Saturday,
c v s i loot tretb, 1867. . ,
A Woodward MKH Wayne, lot 180, .
Btllevoe ......... . . ......... . . .' W)
3 "Tark to J Park, Jr., ptof out-lot 65,
Frewent ..s $500
Wm'LCole lo J t E Cau.per. 100
acres, Wondville township.... ... $3 400
J J Vogt To- D Hocke, in-lot No. 112,
Fremont .... $3 000
Jane E Clarke to John .Bell, out-lota
49, 51 and 58, Fremont. ... $8 080
John Bell to Wm A Rice, out-lot 51
and part of out-lot 49, Fremont, 40
acre ...$1 000
R Dickinson to Ed Dunning, lota 1346
A 1317, Fremont $550
J Flotinn Jr., to Joseph Florian, 60
. scree, Jackson township... .... .$1 600
A H Miller to John Harris, Jots 11 &
12, Sandnsky tewpahip.... ..$1 000
Win A MillistoH Underhill, in-lot . .
959, Fremont. $800
JiOW Vallette lo M T Neff, 14
. and .46-100 acres, Ballvillp, town- -t. ;
... ship ----$3 000
Trausfeis for the week ending Satureay,
. . Not. 9th, 1867. ,
B Casper to Scbrader t Peters, 80 '
. acres , sec 14, Jsokaon township. ...$1 500
John Hottenatein to Peter Rock, 45
acres, sec J6. Ballville township. . . $3 600
J B Mugg to G H Mngg. 145 acres, - -see
S and 11. York township $9 295
H ShWely to J Keefs, lot 953, Fre
D E Harkness to E P Rboads, 1 acre,
see 14 Green Creek township...... $300
D June to J Hunsinger, Jr., n e c out- .
lot 43, Fremont ." $900
Jas Rnwe to Pillars & Baker, 20 acres
sec 25, Green Creek. $2 000
Wm VanWkirk to Joseph Vanbus-
" kirk, 40 acres, rec 15, Riley town
ship. . $1 200
J Cobb to J B Traey, piece of land, ' l;'
- see 29, 'irnen Orerk $M)n
DAM Sesnlon to E Dillon & Son, e -
ptlot 953, Fremont $1 500
P B Brady to M Brady, lot in Belle
r ue i $900
E Henney to Wm R Tea, lot- No. 7,
Mt. Pleasant $680
E DunninK to J M Paulus, Lots 454,
555, 556, 557 and 558, Fremont $600
Mary Lenoard to N Weiler, Jr., 40
acres, sec 28 Riley township ..$2 000
L A Willey to Jas A Willey, r?5 acres,
' see 11. Rice towtahip $1200
Wm Herbsler ioGeo Sams, in-lot tJ76
A Woodward to John Heter, Jots 258
& 259, Bellevue $2 000
Our Book Table.
A New Jovbmal. Colton, the celebrated
Map -Publisher, ia now nut with a new
Journal of Geography and Collateral Scenes,
to be issued quarterly and to contain all the
latest information in its proper field. Terms
$100 per year with a new and complete
map of Alaska. ' Address, Ameiican News
Company, New York. ,
Tan Tsnahts of Malloby, one of the best
lof the Living Aye stories, hag been re-pub-
lishrd by Litter A Gay in book form. It is
an English story fnll of spirit, and sustained
in interest to the end. The a tit1 or is al
ready a favorite with tbe pnblic through his
popular works Guy Deverwrll, Uncle Silas, !
tc, and he will lose none of hit reputation
by this last one. Price -50 cents. Address
Littel it Gsy, Boston, Mass.
Tae iLLVSTBATsn ANNUAL OF PhBKXOLOGT
and Physiognomy for 1868 now resdy
contains a rich collection of original and
timely, articles, among which are tbe Mar
riage of Cousins, and the effects; Advance
ment of Phrenology; Cireaaaia, and tbe Cir-
cossisna; Jealousy Its cause and cure; Geo.
Peabody: Senator Wilson; D' Israeli: Peter
Cartwnght; Victor Hugo; Misa Braddon;
How to become a Phrenologist ; Mons'eur
Toneon, with 12 illustrations; Mind Limited
by Matter; Two Paths of Wotnaohnoe, illus
trated; Bismsrrk; To Phenologioal Students;
Phrenology snd Us Uses. The whole pro
fusely illustrated; pp. 84. Price, 25 cents.
Address o. K. Wells, setl Broadway, office
Phrenological Journal, New York.
Thibtken Months ik a Yxab. The .tmer-
fcan Agriculturist for November has reached
us, and as usual it is full of good things.
The present number dales from the new of
fice, 245 Broadway, snd in addition to it
many other beautiful ec ravings, contains a
full page cut giving a front view of the new
quarters. Ihe increased business of tbe
Agriculturist baa required new patnere, and
an enlarged wot king force, and now its ne
cessities demand enlarged room. In the
description of Ihe store now occupied we are
told that it is fire stories in higbt ; it bss a
front of 25 feet on Broadway, a depth of
114-g feet, with au L projection, which gives
a wide entrance on Mnrray-st., with a spaci
ous basement extending under the whole.
1 na front portion ol the main floor is .occu
pied as a sales-room for a large stock of Ag
ricultural and Horticultural bocks. Farther
to the rear are the subscription and other
business detks. while the Iwsemeot is devot
ed to the impoitsnl woik of folding snd
mailing the paper. 1 he printers room, en
gravers' room, and editorial "sanctum' are
on an upper floor. .
The cot of the American AnrieuUHnrt is
only $1.50 for a year, in advance, or four
copies for $5. It contains 32 to 40 large
quarto pages, and is beautifully il uatrated.
I he publishers oner the December number
of that valuable paper fret of charge to all
new subscribers for lew, Vol.27, ) who
send in their subscription during this month
of November. It will be the best kind of
sn investment. Subscriptions should be
sent to the pablishers. Orange Judd tk Co.,
245 Broadway, New York City.
Louisa Mihlbalh and bur Works. The
promptness with which the works of this
German atflhoress have been published by
the Appletons of New York has crested the
impression that she is a roost rapid writer.
Indeed, some appear to think that works of
fiction flow from ber pen with unsurpassed
frequency. This is quite a mistake. It is
some fifteen years since her first work ap
peared, and the dale of her publications
during the laat ten years is shown in tbe
following list, Archduke John and His
Time, 12 vols, 1859-63. These are general
ly small German volumes, Itimo, pps. 200
to 270, of which there are six in a work, like
the translation of Marie Antoinette; Tbe
Fugitives in London, 3 vols., 18t0 ; Franz
Rakoczy, 3 vol., 18C1 ; Frederick the Great
and His Coutt, 3 vols., 1849; Frederick the
Great and His Family, 1864. Second series
of Frederick the Great and His Court, 3
vols , 1864 ; Count von Benjowsky, 4 vols.,
1865 ; The Great Elector and the People, 4
vols., 1865; Historical Pictures, 1862; sec
ond scries, 3 vols., 1862; Historical Life
Pictures, 2 vols., 1861; Court Histories, 3
vols., 1862 ; The young EUctor, 3 vols..
1865: Josenb as Emperor, 1859 ; Emperor
Joseph and Maris Theresa, 1863; Enigeror
Josepn 111., lcDJ , f.mperor dosepn sua
Marie Antionette, 1864 ; Emperor Leopold
and Hia Time, J vols., in one, 1H01 ; ,mpn
Josephine, 3 vols., 1861 ; Queen Hortense,
1861 ; King Henry the Eighth and His Court,
no date. The Court of Empress Catharine
II., 1859; Maria Theresa and Trenck, 2
vols., lPhl-2; .Napoleon in liermany, 4
vols., 1860-63 ; Daughter of an Empress, 2
vols.. 1860 : Prince Eugene and His Time,
8 vole., 1864 ; Rsstadt and Jena, 1863 ; The
Great Elector and Hia Children, 4 vols., lbl'b
Miss Muhlbach was born ia 1814, and was
married to her late husband in 1839, and is
fi ft v-three years of see. She baa herself re
lated the method which she pursuee pre
paratory to writing an lustoncu romance ;
"I have never written a book without having
atndiad beforehand the theatre of events,
I must get acquainted with the land orl
people ; must know the country, its inhabi
tants sod cities exsctlr. in order thst I may
reneeot vividly and eoTectlf.'; i' ;
I The mstariale thus obtained of the career
of those great characters who figure so prom
inently ' in her works bare doubtlasa been
ample for several -works "relative Vi'esjc.
The field in which aba has. wrought has
been so rich .in great and stirring dramatic
incidents,' that i. has required a masterly
hand to wse)' them.
Amebicak Noras, ai Chablvs Dickdks.
Ticknor 4 Fields are publishing their elegant
and cheap editions of ,J)iuaam in the; moot
enterprising way.., . The latest of his worto
from.' their press, .is . Aiiebiuak : Nott.s, in
paper, for general circulation. ..The coming
of the great novelist to this country baa ex
cited a desire in every one W read or reread
what he said of ns after his visit to America
years ago. Many were disposed to criticise
him severely for Ills '"hard sayings"' of
A merica and Americans,' when Martin
ChoMlwit',i an .i'No(s'i Jrst appeared
but a more candid reading, now; will con
vince as all that Dickcns has not 'given a
higher color to our1 faults and foibles thn to
those of his own countrymen: 'The, follow
ing editorial1 from the .New York Tribune
bits the bail on the head, and; we believe'
suggested the idea of a cheap edition Of
"American Notes.'" " '
"Wa Mto observe1 inat one' or two
Journals are spiteful eoewgh' to print vary
unkind-remarks about Chabxes Dickens, in
anticipation ?f his forthcoming visit to
America. ' Mr. Dickens said sorne pretty
hard things of ua rosay years hen ; but it is
by no means certain that we did not deserve
them ; and even if we did not, any man of
sense ought to know that whatever li ill A in.
jury hW er did us has heen twenty time
. . : j i . i i .... r.
uutneigiinu uy ino auoeiantiar good he has
conferred upon the world. The fact is. we
douht whether those who are now rudest in
their eensii. e of the great novelut know how
much truth and good sense are embodied in
the writings -with which they principally
find fault, and bow grou ndless ie the assertion
that be 'abused tbe hospitality' -which we
forced Upon him. ' It would ha a w'na ihinc
good for Mr. DiekehS and good for 'our
selvesif our publishers would take the
present opportunity to pot upon the market
a new edition of tbe American Notes ; that
would help us to know how little we had to
complain of from the bands of our guest,
how muck- we bsve mended in onr manners,
and how much there is still tomend," i..,.
Ouo :Siate; afoiiTnaV.
Prospectus f'br 1868- '.'i'
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, , In addition to these low rales for clubs,
we have a splendid List nf Twenty-eight
Premiums. embracing desirable articles from
$1 to $700 in value, which will be paid for
yearly subscribers at full rates. Premium
Lists sent by nisil, on application. Our
premiums sre all ordered new from the mak
ers, and will be sent by express, post-paid, or
otherwise, when of an unsuitable nature for
Wa claim for the Journal thai it is as
cheap as any paper in the United States;
thst it ir ss good a State paper as there is in
Ohio; and that it is good a Family Journal
as is published anyv. here. '
A full report of Legislative and Congres
sional proceedings, the official reports of the
Supreme Court of Ohio, and a complete sum
mary of State News, are among the features
of interest. In addition to "these are fnll
Market Reports, House snd Farm Items,
Correspondence, General News, Stories,
Poetry, Personal snd Literary sketches, Ac;
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uary. .' ... !
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it shall be our aim to publish a first class
Family Journal, Republican in politics.with
sufficient matter of a miscellaneous character
to suit all readers. The general and very
flattering'commendstinns of the Republican
press of Ohio, ss well ss a lareely increased
circulation, have given gratifying assurance
that our efforta in the past have not been
without appreciation, and we hope to merit
still fnrther approbation; from, : f be same
UUML.1 E SJHITfl,
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Ton tbe amonnt thrtngb Messrs). Belmont 4k vo
Baron Solomon RothehiM having recommended to
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theTbeinc desirous to nrocoro it, he should advise
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THE INDIAN LINIMENT, "
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ERRORS OF YOUTH. A gentle
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J.W.POLAHO's 4 I
WHITE PINE COMPOUIT
Ik now ooVred to the afflicted tlsronghont the conn
try. a'ter baring ben rrored by thoteet of elert
years, in tbe New K-eglaed B tales, where its meritf
harbecnineas well known as the treefrom which, in
part, ltderires itsrlrtoes. . . . (
THE WHITE PINE COMPOUND
Cnres rts ibroat, oolds, concha, dyptberia, brra
chitis, spittiirgfrf blood, audi pulmonary altiewt
gent-rally. It is a iemarkab'!e lrmedy for kidney cow
plaints, diabetes, d-ffieu My of Taiding nrine. tirdiDg
from t he kidneys aad biadder. grarel and athei com
The AVIille I'Jne Coinpouud.
MIt was early in the spring of U that this com
pound was originated A member of my family was
afflicted with an irritation of tbe throat attended with
a disagreeable cough, 1 hod for some months preri
ous thought that a preparation hariog for its basis
tbe inside bark of white nine misht be MComDOUnd-
d as to be eery useful in disenseo of the threat and
range, lotrst loe raiue oi i m me cosesiiuaea o,
I enmpounded a small quantity of the medicine tha t
I had been planning, snd gar it in teaepoonfu) dose.
The result waa exceedingly gratifying.. , Within two
days, tbe irritation of the threat was removed, tbe
cough subsided, and aspeedcoreWMetcted. Soon
aftorthis I sent to a Lady in Londonderry. N. H.,
who had been suffering for tome weeks from a bad
eongh, occasioned by a tmdden cold, and had raised
nmeutt streaked wiih blood. Sheeoon few ad rel iff and
sent Foe more. 8b took about ten ounces of it, and
gntweli. J.R.Clarke, Ecqsditorof tb Mancr ester
Daily iUtrror, niadea ti in 1 of thossmo nrSyarat ion im
tbe case of a serere eold snd waa cured immediately,,
He was so highly pleased wtththerMUlts, and so eoB
ftdent in success attta ing its sales, U placed before
tbe public, lhat hr inally persuaded me to fire it a
name, and send it abroad to bene6t the suffering. In
Nttrember, I86A, I first adrertfeed it under tbe name
of White Pine Compound. In two years f rem that
time there had been wholsaled in Manchester atone
one hundred dol lars wrrrtbv where it took the lead of
all the cough Mmedivs-in tbo markot, and it still
msinUins that position. There is good tvoson for
this; it is rery soothing and heaMng In its nature, is
warming to the stomach, aad pleasant withal to tba
taste,and is exceedingly cheap.
As a remedy (hr kidney cptainta the White Pino
Comvonnd stands unriraled. It was not originated
for that poryoe; but a person In using it for a cough
waa not only cured of the coufih, but was also cured
of a kkixtay difficult of ten yearvr standing. Since
that accidental disenrery nany thousands bare need
it for the same complaint, and hare been completely
The shore was written by Dr Poland in I860. Sine
then, as in Manchester, tb White Pit Compound
hss takm the lead of all eongh remedies, aa well as
preparations for the cure of si doer difficulties, Jn er
ery city, town. Tillage and hamlet throughout the
Kw Xogiaoo States. - -.
This remedy is as safe and pleasant to take as it i
The, editor of tb Manchester Daily and Weakly
Jtfirrer,in th ladeTof the Dally, thua writes of tb
Compound: The White Plue Compound is adrer
tired at much length ia onr columns, and we are
happy to learn that the demand for it is tncranstng
beyond all prerlous expectations. It is the rery beet
aiedtciuo for ngha and cM- we know of, and o
family that has odco user1 it will b without it. W
peak from ourown knowledge, it is sure to kl M a eold,
and pleasant as it is sure. The great inrentions
come by accident, and it is singular that the White
Pine Compound, made for coughs and col dp should
proee to be the grtaateet remedy for kidney dtScnltie
known. But so it is. W cannot doubt it, so very
ttimonial come to ns from well known men- Be
sides, the character of Or. Poland tench that we
know that ho will not countenance what ia wrong
A Baptist clergyman, studying medicine to tad
remedies for his ailments, with a delicate, eonua-p-tire
look, standing with one foot upon thaegrare, he
mad the disoorcry which sored himself, and called
out from others the strongest testimonials possible
We bare known Dr. Poland for yens, and nerer knew
n mere conscientious, honest, upright man, aad are
5 Lad to state that we belieTe whatever be saysabon
is White Pine Compound.
THE WHITK PINE COITI POIND.
OEOKGK W. SWEET, M. De, Proprieto'.
Prepared at the New England Botanical Depot, lrr6
fianorer Htreot, Boston, nnder th auperrision o
Hr. J. W. Poland.
; HtroDg Arroatrosg, Clereland, Ohio, aad Benton
jfvrr,Cantield, Ohio, Wholesale Agent.
For sa le by all Druggists in Fremont.
March 16, 1867- bd colrU nllyt-sp n a
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
''- Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Prohabl v never before in
the whole' history of med
icine, has anv thins; won
so widely and ao deeply
upon tne connaeoce or
mankind, as tbis exeat lent
remedy for pal mo oar,
complaints. Through a
Ions; series of Tears, and
amoua most of the raeee
ef men it has risen hither
and hi (bar is their estima
tion, a it has become bet
ter known. Its uuuoru, character and power to ear.
tha various anectiona oi ua lungs and throat, have
made it known as a reliable protector arainst them.
While adapted to milder forms of disease aad to
f ousur children, it is at the same time the moat ef
fectual remedy that can be given for incipient eon.
sumption, and tbe danteroua affections of the throat
and lungs. As a provision aeminst sudden attacks of
Group, it should be kept on hand in every family; and
Indeed as all are sometimes so eject to eolde and
coughs, all should he provided with this antidote for
Although settled Consumption is thought incur
able, still great numbers of eases where the disease
seemed settled, hare been completely cured, and tbe
patient restored te sound health by tire Cherry Pee
toral. So complete is its mastery orer the disorders
of the Lungs and Throat, that the moot obstinate of
th.m yield to it- When nothing- els. could reach
them, under the Cherry Pectoral they subside and
Siegers and Public 8peaksrs And great protectioa
Asthma is always relieved and often whollv cared
Bronchitis is generally cured by taking the Cherry
Pectoral in smell and frsquent doaes.
Ho genersllv are its virtues that we need not pah
lish tbe oartificatee of them here,ordo more than as
sure the public that its qualities are tally maintain.
AYER'S AGUE CURE,
For Fever and Ague.Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Billious Fever,
tc, and indeed all the affections
' which arise from malarious, marsh,
.or miasmatic poisons.
Aa its name implies, it does Cure, and does not
fall. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bismuth,
Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous substance
whatever, it in nowise injoriee any patient. Tee
number end importance of ita enree in the ague die
tricts, are literal y beyond account, and we believe
without a parallel in the history of Aae medicine.
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Liver into healthy activity.
For Billions Disorders and Liver ComelaintL ik ia
aa excellent remedy, producing many truly remark,
ahle cures, where other medieinee ba-l failed.
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ran aai.a ar
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