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THE'ASfllAND UNION; WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOYEMRER ,2l.
, J. SI.. IiADIS ABBO.t Editor.
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TheMissonrf Legislature eleor', will
-tnd -,:! follows I-. Senate Twenty .si.
lUdtAHrJ gHt Cotnemtiw." House
- An exohanga ays there i.are mow hogs
than tinmana in the tfnited States. Since
"the, elootiom in Ohio, Indiana and low we
' snspeof there ire1 more "flarntd" foola
'than anything elae;1' 5 ; '
. ..The jru For. ZferoW thinks that the
tw'- - ; t ,-
. lcQiQgL iCU negroes, to .tberaassoi-
1 ekuaetta Legiaktare by the Republicans
or thai State, "will not only be harsnles,
' but may be of practical se, !f aat to work
. It otnejr ambers, at ihwlng and eleaa.
, IncWs and shdet"V That's Herald-
iam, decidedly;' I-' V '
1 .", ganford Connover, one of the witnesses
.-. U the asaassinatioa trial, hu been ' indio-
' ted in the Criminal Court of the Diitriot
"of tJolnmbia, lot perjury in the sworn
evidohoe given by him as a witness on
' en that trial, and before the Home Judi
' elarj Committee.. ' : i-
A woman in Wheeling cat the throat
' ol ker new born babe the other day- It
is becoming absolutely dangerous, in
manv Darts ef the eonatry. for ohildren
' to hare parents. : -r'
A eolored woman, in Pittsburgh, gave
i birth to four ohildren. on Tuesday... AH
' doing Well, ? -i .- t- :-'r
, The. latest optical illusion, whioh is ex
hibited by a New York conjurer, appears
to be t, living human head, resting apon
! i small' cushion, which floats in the air
above the spectators, indulging In an
agreeable toavereation with the exhibitor
and spectators generally, and seemiag
perfectly at av-The ensliion is too
email to bSeeal tbV form ef any person
,A1I efforts to fathom the hoak have been
thus far fruitless. . ,','" ' '
General Thomas and ex-rebel General
Hood, 'dined together in Louisville tn
'' Democrats are everywhere seeking die
. oil land-marks of their' party. . lien of
"expediency," and "policy have had
(heir day. That's what the Eighth of
January means. ' -
The gold at Madoo, in Canada, was
hit upon by a party who wore searohing
fbceopper. Some of the "dirt" is so
rich' at (o yield (24 worth of gold from
less Man. three pints,' If is taken from a
crevioe about two feet wide, In 'the grau
.; ,ite roe k-. It hap already been exearatrd
tv to the depth of seventeen feel , . ,. . ,, i
'' ""ohp C.' Jleeiian Is seen every day
' upon the streets of New York, and of,
course his imposing' jahytique attraots
,7 . nuoh attention. .; Ho Is said to have
, amassed a fottuns, and lives g.nite at
' . ease. So far from being i the list stage
of consumption, as was currently reported
some time since, he is larger and strong-
CI, and healthier, apparently,' than he ev
;"ef wastetom."' V. ,v ;
. . ., The oommunicants of the M. B. Church
in this conn try,' not counting the preach
ers, are aemi-effieially stated to number
ij IrD3),078 being gain this year of
r.lt 1 ilorrissey won about $25,000 betting
9 f m the Hoffman majority in Xew York city.
A negro cook of Nashville gave birth
T1;toehiidoo -tho'lflfinst.,, which she
vi .. nnrderei, rhid. the. remains -in. a stove-
: , pipe and got breakfast u usual next
"Somebody thanks God that President
JohnaoVt dyt -will toon be numbered,
tai fiesd- Vntleyis elected' to Coneress.
That Yellow expects, doubtless, that But
ler win steal tne rresiaent s are nwav ;
but as f he President's life is neither in
ithe shape f..goM nor spoons, nobody
,U"ineed be mnch disturbed about Butler
V doing any suoh thing.
- In Jlassaohusetti, the Black Republi
cans elected two negroes to the logisla-
1U ture. t All. candid men will admit that
L.i the (arty will iot . be misrepresented by
thera. .rf- '.-'-..'.' v..
'yThore are, now about $335,000 of le.
gal tenders or greenbacks in circulation.
It is aodetstood that Secretary McCul-
-loob .eonsiderfl a speedy resumption of
' .' spooie payments not only practicable but
w ""ftdvisable, nod will irge it. :!
' v The meteorio shower did fill, after all,
but it wu on the other side of the Allan
,. ,; f tia, on the morning of the 14th, and it is
described to have, been of great beauty
t' 'ana irllliancy.. yearly twelvt thousand
!0i mfltooS wore teen from the Greenwich
.Uburvatory.., It will be our show next
time, and we have only to wait one gen
oration for it ' " ;
The Ltleat Intelligence from Franco
"and Austria shows that these two Govern-
;ents ar taking very decided; Measures
to ensure the effioieney of thoif military
establishments. This is sn indication of
A heavy fall of meteors; commencing
Wednesday at 12 o'olock, and lasting for
an hour or so, wag seen froen the National
Obsorvatory fct Washington,
r. A quantity of etolea property wjS re
cently recovered, in Boston, through the
medium of a clarivoyant, who accurately
described the thief, the goods and the
place in which they were seoreted. Eo
says the Traveler. .
- A boj of twelve years, visiting Wash,
ton the other day and meeting General
Grant In the street, desired to shake hands
with him the General seised the little
hand and shook it heartily, remarking
that he hoped he would not have to v is
Washington when he became a man, as it
is a bad place for men to visit, but barm
lees tojittle boys. ; ,7 '"
Foreign advices at Washington strength.
en the impression that Austria, Franet
and Italy have entered into a seeret alli
ance. It is now known ai rruBaia ana
Russia are already ia league. . England,
the only other Great ' Power" of Europe,
seems thus far to stand aloof. The com
plications become interesting. ' "' .
The recent explosions of coal oil lamps
in Pittsburgh are aUributed to the lamps
not being properly cleaned, it being sta
ted that if lamps are not rrequently clean
edthe dregs taken ont and freshly filled
after a thorough olaaning that a gas gen
erates in time which explodes ss soon as
the flame reaches iL ' The wick 1
tnrned down low is sufficient to set fire to
this gas. . -rr ', , -
In his Lancaster apeeoh Thad. Stevens
said that "whoever is governed by the
laws baa a right to make them." Thad
dens is sot willing to extend the right o
the white people of the South, however.
.A returned Californiaa named Whiting,
who . had been absent for three years,
found hie w,ife living with another man in
Philadelphia, and the mother of a child
He threw the child ont of the window
Saturday, stabbed (he woman, aqd fled, i
, A band of Utah Indians have just sur-
renuerea 10 uen. Liarsoa.
It is said that the two negroes elected
to the Massachusetts Legislature is to give
ttnngth, to that body.. '. It will give it de-cen-cy
no doubt. , ...
A St. Louis dispatch says that six Mack
inaw boats bearing 130 miners arrived at
Omaha on Wednesday with $200,000 in
Ro'd- The general complaint is that the
Alontana mines are played out.
The flew York Herald reiterates Its
assertion that 'copferences have taken
place in Washington between the Presi
dent and leading men of both parlies,
touching the political situation.
I KEEP COOL. ,
The editor of the Timet, in hie paper
of last week, had bis lip up like dirty
faced baby in the act of orying beoanse
the "gentlemanly nod obliging" Postmas
tor at Loudonvillo, and the "efficient, hon
est, conscientious, gentlemsnly Deputy
Assessor,' J. B. Sanborn," had been re-,
moved, and their places filled by white
men by men who support the Govern.
ment of the fathers. Brother Jefferson,
keep your linen on there will be more
"dead duoks" flaying round loose," before
(he Presidential guillotine shall have fin
ished its work. -..."' " ..
The near approach of the 8th of Jan
uary Convention oalls forth suggestions
as to who should be nominated for the
offices. We have heard named In connec
tion with the candidacy for Governorship
the names of Hon. A.G. Thurman, of
franklin ; John H. James, Esq;, of Cham
paign ; Hon. Theodore Cook, of Hamil ton
Col George W. McUook, of Jefferson;
and General James B. Bteldman, of Lu
cas. Of all the gentlemen named, none
could receive a more cheerful and earnest
support from the Democracy of this coun
ty, than Judge Tbob,ma. .
In connection with Treasurer of State,
the names of Dr. C. Fulton, of Crawford
county, and Hon Hsrvey Rioe, of Cuya
hoga county, have been mentioned. , - '
I" The Ithland fimei, of last week,
publishes, instead of its' "usual editorial,"
the article from the Chicago Timet, in
which that paper declares against Presi
dent Johnson an j advocates Negro Suf
frage, and has the impudence to ask us o
publish it for the benefit of onr readers
If the editor of the Timet wishes to ben!
efit his readers 1 the publication of such
..!.!.. 1.. ... J-' . ' v. ...
itiuraa, u vu uv mi, um we oan nil our
paper with matter that will suit the De
mocracy of Ashland Countv better than
negro suffrage articles would, whether
they emanate from the Chicago Timet or
from our cotemporary down street.-.
. r; "'"'.'. , It It Sat
A. dispatch to, the It. Y. Herald,
dated the 13th, represents Hon. John A.
Bingham as engaged in preparing srtioles
of Impeachment against President John
son! " It it stated that he "will charge him
with aiding and' abetiing the Assassina
tion of President, Lincoln' .' It seems al
most improbable that Mr. Bingham will
be gdUly of any sneh slupld folly.
' ' j Pertinent- j j '.1 '
J The Cincinnati Enquirer,: in a Well
considered editorial, takes issue with the
Chicago Timet on its recommendation
to the Democralio Party to abandon Pres
ident Johnson to tho tender meroies of
the Radical and to'espOuse'qualifiej Ne
gro Suffrage. . In the course of its edito.
rial) the Enquirer, with a foree and'per
tinency, says :
i "We will continue )n the tVlure,' ak 'we
have'donO ia the Oast support the' Pres
ident in what he does that is right, and
oondemn him when he is wrong. Be
cause he keeps Btanton and Holt in office
ia no reason wh we should lake, a noai-
tion adverse 'to him on" thO ' question' of
. i. . j . .--. ,i i
iuo auuiisaiou oi Qumoero. memDeri id
which he has ' evinced an 1 indepen
dence of his party that is to be admired
and 'commended, : . For, thatfor1 his
standing up fot tha rights-the . Badieafs
demand bis neaJU . enall wo be eo cow
ardly, so base, u to ebncsde it without a
struggle jta,' Consent to it,, because he
has not been altogether wiso in tho choice
of men to assist him in the fight with the
Jaeobin extremists I Shall wu, for any
such bause-'from mere vexation of idle
folly -pnt the Demooratio organisation
behind such fiends as Ben. . Sutler, Sen
Wade, Wendell Phillips, Charles Sum
ner and others of our bitterest enemies,
who are determined upon the President's
destruction f1 Faulty si Mr. 'Johnson
may have been, his removal by a worse
faction, and for such a cause, would be a
great ealamity to the oountry .and to the
Democratic party. To join in a general
hue and ory against it, as the Times ro
commend?, would be an act of egreglons
follyi if not perfidy." ' -.- m : . . ,
That's the way for Pemoorats to talk.
' I"' A THICK. -i, : '
'. We out the following paragraph from
the Cleveland Leader i ;
"An unknown ; man rode up to the
piaoes wnero tne elections were field in
Brandywine, Christiana and Mill Creek
Hundred, Delaware, having a letter and
a Bundle of tickets for eaoh place the
tetter representing that Saufsbury had
suddenly died ot apoplexy, and that a
convention had been held, and Jefferson,
of Port Penn, nominated in his place, as
ine jjemocratio candidate lor Uovernor.
The tickets left had the name of Jefferson
and the Democratic nominees, and that
of Saulsbury left off." . ...
We do not know whether any of the
above described tickets. were voted or not,
but the attempt to have them voted goes
to show to what contemptible trickery
the Abolition party will resort to in order
to defeat the will of tho people.' And
this the party which arrogaterto Itself all'
the decency, morality and religion in the
country I " '
The Aftgftftgla of the Emperftr
Fruncie Joseph Fanatic
New York, November 17. Lite for
eign advices state that it is ssserted that
the man who made an attempt upon the
life of the Einpeaor Francis Joseph, is a
re'L'Ous fanatic, who had taken a most
prominent part in the popular demonstra
tions against the Jesuits, which have, re
cently taken place in Bohemia. '
He was slso ons of the members of a
deputation whioh waited upon the Gov
ernor of Bohemia to demand the expul
sion of the Jews, stating that otherwise
the .Bohemians would turn Protestants.
The deputation had boen dismissed by
toe uoveuorwitn evident marks ordissp
- " Mexican AfTalre.
The Herald has the following from
vera urns or tne 1st : naximiiiian fa on
hit way back to the Capitol. It is ru
morcd that Marshal Bataine sent him
word thst if he attempted to leave Mexl
co without permission he would be placed
under arrest, and also that he ordered the
commander of the Anrtnan frijrate Dan.
dolo not to let Maximilllan embark on bis
vessel. . , ' -
General Fonda wis marching on Dur
ango with 1,000 men, there being already
1,500 men engaged in besieging thst
Joarei declares-fhat he will'never con
sent to settle the French debt on the
country. .... -
' PhUllpn' Prograiaiiie. '. ;
A New York dispatch says r "Wendell
Phillips has a remarkable article in the
Anti tlaeery Standard of this weck on
the eleotions. . He says people are Radi
cal to the back-bone, and Will pot permit
another Congrese to defraud them of the
bloody fruits of the war. - They are de
termined to have the rights of freedom
secured to all, reaardless of raee. ' He
recommends that the Southern oligarchy
shall be deprived of its privileges as suoh,
snd that president Joboson shall to ltn
peaoned. tie declares that Cuba must
bs revolutionised, and then Haytl and
Brasil, in favor of nniveisal liberty. - He
says the. fate of the Eeoublio ia in the
hands of the loyal people of the country,
and that they will never permit the rebels
to rule H sgam.
Btanton. How this man la to retain
bis place any longer we oannot see. If
he refuses to resign, it ia the duty of the
President to eject him summarily and ig
nominlously. It is now known that be
fore the riot in New Orleans. Gen. Baird
tolegrsphed to the President to know if
he should arrest Dostie and the rest of
the seditions gang who proposed to incite
bloodshed bf. I holding a oonolave Which
was at once ak Jhsatt and a menace ' to
every decent ..while man in the city.
This dispatoh Stanton reoeivedaud wholly
suppressed from the knowledge of the
President. . If the President had ordered
the arrest of these' misereante, (as be
Would have done, we think, had he re
vived the dispatch,) all bloodshed would
have been averted. Stanton is the mur
derer of those who' were killed et Now
Orleans, as well as of those who perished
in Southern prison pens after an exchange
might have been afieoted.
"From Um Hamilton (C. W.I Spectator uci?-.
... ..neriW. ,
Thoiipid decline of United Blates se
curities in England, hu exaited consider
able surprise. When read lht.hcen
diary tpeeche oj the Radical leadert,
Jeuwer, iheir. open Ihreaf eivil loar
ad fixed dcterminattm to regard the
Southern Statei at conquered province
and hoi at d portion of a retlofei Unimt
me can tcarcely wonder at (hi decline.
Until the diffioulty at-f resent existing be-,
tween the Ptestdent end the' Congress is
settled, confidence cannot be expeoted to
revive, Capitalists will not care to invest
their money in a country' so torn by po
litical differences and unsettled by politi
cal unea?'mBts,J W leant that, inveit-
mentt tV United ' Statei tecuritiei have
almiei ceited, not enlj in London, but
oil tie Frankfort, the quotation being at
moit. aitircfy nominal. : At the tame time
all other tecuritiei maintain' their price.
Austrian ' inolude which We ' deemed
more worthy of 'eoaddenoe tbs those of
of the deoltne in Assefloaq secuntiea in
Kurone will In due oonrse of time be
corresponding ?depesion h) the '8tates,
eonn led Wltn a eeoreoiMiou in ine eurrea-
cv, and consequeni rise m ine price oi
r . . ..... . .
gold. And all this is the result or tne
blustering, vaporing of the Radioal party,
with Great Britain, and their evident de-
termination to prevent 'any reconciliation
af the advene partiei'iA thi Slate. ' '
., SHERIFFS SALE.
Jeka A. Criswell and Luov
( . e. - In Partition,
laily Porter, et al.; Defend " :
- dents.' r
. State ofOiiio, Aihlani County, as.
lu pnrsuaace ( tne eommand of an order
ef saie iwued from the Court ot Common
Pleas wtihin and for the Couaty of Ashland,
at the November term, A. V. 18S6, npoa a
eeHain retltten for Mrtltlea pending is
itld Court, wherein John A. .Criswell and
LneT Hrlawall are oUiaXiffi. anl Emily Por
ter and others are defendants. I will sell at
pa'lieaale en the premises hereinafter de
scribed, on ' ".'''
Frinau. Deiember. Qith. A. D. I860.
between the hoort nf ten o'clock A. M. and
four o'eleek P. M.of id day the following
land and tenemenle, to wn: Biiuaie in the
DnnnlY tt Aahlasd andBute of Onu.to wu
The south half of the south west q'uarterof
seciion number twelve U.) In townslilp Mo.
twenty (20,) of range- number sixteen (It,)
containing eighty (80) aeres more or less, -Also,
the est half eflhe north haK of the
north east quarter el section fourteen (14.)
township number Iweity (i0.) ef range No.
sixteen (io,) eommeuoing ai inenunu iresi
corner of eaid ouarier seouon, inenoe iweniy
(20.) chains and twenty eeven (27,) llnke,
Iheaee east nineteen (10,) chains and seventy
one (71,) links to the place of beginning,
containing forty wires. -end being the eame
forty acres coneyea to aonn o.. i vj
Joseph Kl (heart and Wife," by Meed dated
March 80th. 186S. "' ' t
' Also, a part of the north last quarter of
ration fourteen in, u lownenin numnor
taenlv 120.1 and ranee alxteea (16,) com
menolng at a corner Lweire (i2ie
of a corner, which ie nineteen (lv) chains and
irrentv one (71) links east from the north
wesl corner of the aioreaaid quarter, and
rune thence south sixteen (10) rods, inenoe
aat ten f 101 rods, thenee north sixteen (10)
rods, thenoe west ten (10) rods to the place of
beginning, containing one acre.
llae, another tract, pf land beginning at
the south west center of the east half of the
south eaat Quarter of section eleven (U), 1
township number twenty (20) range number
aixteea (16), thence rurning north trirty
four Ot) rods to a stone, thence east three
(8) rods to a stone, thence la a sooth east di
rection about eizhtaea (18) rods to a atone,
thence east bine 0 reds to a stone, theaoe
in aeoniheas'. direction about twenty one
21 rods to the south line or said lection
eleven rill and to a rtehe twenty nine 129.1
rods, east from the place ef begi nnlng, tiienoe
weettweaty nineai) rcdats the place or be-
ginning, contain ng about two and three
fourths (2j lucres be the tame more or-less.
Also another tree! of land, being the fontb
part of the east half of the south east quartci
of aeetton eleven 1.1, beginning twenty nine
29 rode eat oflke ejWh west corner. ef said
half quarter, aectit n . thence eaat nine 9 rode
le the centre ef ihe IidUdonvllle rood, ihonoe
north along the centre of said .road seventeen
17 rods, thence west 'twenty two 22 reds,
thence a south easterly diieeifod to the place
ofbeglnning, oontniutng.ene acre, two roods
ad twenty three perches. . t - :
Terms of sale i. One third oaih on Ihe day
of sale, one third in one yeir and the residue
in two years fr m the Jay of sale, with inter
est. Deferred .payments to be secured by
mortgage upon tne premises sold.
. JOHN G. BROWS, Sheriff. '
Nov. 21-no23w6pfA28,00 ' .1
' SHERIFF'S SALE. . '; ',
McDonald, Langhlin 4 Co.V aUate of Ohio,
John Jarvis.--.'m J Ashland Ce. as.
Ia purmaneeof the eommand of an alias
order of aa'e from the Court of Common Pleas
in and for the County of Ashland aid Slate of
vmo, io meureexeq, ana arnica ine tin day
ofNovemWr, A D.' li,'l-oiU eetpoaw U
publle sale at (hj eoeWlM Court Qtmaeia
Asuland, Ashland CoontyiSlatecfOhto, on' -
Saturday, Dectmlf tU, X.-D. 1866,
between the houra of tab o'olock JL M. and
four o'clock P. iM. the following desoribed
lends end tenements, bounded and described
as follows, to-Wit: Ihe north east part of the
north eaat quarter of seotion thirty four 84, in
township twenty one 21. of range sixteen 16.
containing one hundred and two acres more er
less. . .
Appraised al five thousand sixhundred and
ten dollars. $5010. ! . i: . ;; I
Terms of sale, oath. I -
JOUN a. BROWN, Sheriff' ;
-of Ashland Counly
November 21 ne28w6pf$9,O0. '
SALE. , i
Samnel Eaaterday et al
... ' vs.
William Eaalerday et
State of Ohio. Ashland County, ss.
Ia pursuance of the eotamand of an order of
eaie issued rrom the Court of Common Pleas,
within and for Ihe County ef Ashland and
state oruuio, at the November term, A. D.
1808, upon a OerUln netition for nartilion
therein pen lng, wherein Samnel Eaaterday
and others are plaiatlffsJ and William Easter-
day and others are defendants. ' I will sell at
public sale en the premises hereinafter de-
sennea, ea .; ,, t :
Saturday, Dtctr-der 29, A. D. 1868.
between the hours ot ten o'clock A. M. and
lour o'olock P. M.of said -day, the following
lands and tenements to-wltt situate ia the
County of Ashland and State of Ohio, to-wlt i
2he north part of the Boutb West quarter of
section twenty three 23, township twenty
one, 21, and Range fifteen,16, containing it-.
ty three acres. , -..--
' Tenos of sale, eae third oaeh on day of sale,
ene third ia one yew, the residue ia two teat
from day of sale with interest, i Deferred pay
ments to be seoured by mortgage npoa Uio
prenuaes sola. , . . , . i
. ' J0H!t. BR6WN, "';
8h riff of Ashland County,
Nov, 21, 180C-w28pf$10,60
'The Wonderful progrees of Medi.
oal Scienoe duiing the past aix years
only,' makes it possible for the ooi-;
solentloaa Phyaiclan to deolare, now
thaiensttotpUon is -a Certainly
Cured ae Intermittent Fever, and at certainly
preyented as Small Fox." Rev. Charles B.
King, M. JJ., Lb. 1J, etc.
Made from the prescription of
Bev. Chas.'E. King, M. D., LI. D , &o.,
'or Ihe prevention and cure of
M PT ION,
(IN ITS MOST ADVANCED STAGES,)
for the Radical Cure of ASTHMA, BRON
CHITIS, CATARRH, and all affection, of the
IUNQS, THROAT, and AIR. TAaMAUtS;
for General and SpeoiaLDerangemeatB of the
NERVOUS flySTEH; for Disorders of the
Stomach and Bowels. .-., ' . I
It immediately increases the strength ani
deepens the color of the pale blood, . It sub
dues the Chills and Ferer, and diminishes the
Exnectoration,' It obeeks the night sweats,
always, in from seven to fourteen days. The
appetite le at once invigorated, and the pa
Hent rabidly catatftcsbr'tke oonih, and the
diffioult breathing are speedily. rUyd-;gMe
eleepbeoemes calm and refreshing t the evac
uations regular and uniform - All the' gener -al
Symptoms of Consumption, Asthma, Bron
chitis, &o. Disappear with a Really Astonish'
ing Rapidity.'i ;,. ,:,).,, ,., ,.,..... ,K;
, The PRBHCRIPTI.ON should be peed, in
every oase where the Physician presoribee
"Cough Mixtures," "Tonics," Ircn, Acidsi
Bark, Quinine, Cod Li'er Sil, Whiskey, j-c,
and in every' Disease, by whatever naaie
known, in which there is exhibited any, one
or mere of the Allowing SiMfTUMU ;
Dtmoult oi Irregular Dreathlng, Loss ot
Breath, I'ouzh Wasting of Flesh, Night
Sweats, Bleeding from the Lung,' Loss of
Strength, Loss of Appetite, Ueneral Debility,
Debility or f regnaney ana nursing, riying
Paine through the Shoulders, Chest, Face or
Limbs, Neuralgia, Nervous Headache, Ner
vous Prostration, Nervous Irritation, Giddi
ness or Ditzsness, excessive Paleness, Bore
Throat, Drowsiness, Sleoplessness, Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, "Heart Burn," Oppression or
Sinking of the Stomach before or -after eat
ing, Constipation, Remmlttent Flier, &o, and
espeoiallp In all Female Disorders or Uterine
Irregularities, stt?h as difficult, Painful, Sup
pressed, 8canty, Exoessive Delayed, Prema
ture or too rreqnent Menstruation. , i
STATEMENTS FROM PATIENTS, Ac.
"lour Prescription Saved my daughter's
life, and has saved me hundreds or dollars."
Rev E Humphreys, Remsen New York. '
,"We bless God for the benelit we have re
ceived fro yeur Prepared Prescription."
Rev p Peregrine, uiooisburg, renn. .
'Every one to whom I have recommended
It have benefitted much by its use." Rev C
D Jones, 'Racine, Wie. ' . '
Bi'blk House, AsToa Plaos, N.T. In the
early part of February, 1860 I was anrlering
from a violent eongh, for which I had been
treated during eix months previously without
benefit, I had Night sweats which completely
prostrated me.-, in (he eqening, hoarseness
would come cn, which would prevent me from
speaking above a whisper. I had then had
two attacks of bleeding from the lunga. My
family Physician assnred me that he oould do
no more lor me. i w&sg rowing rapidly worse,
and had been compelled to leave business for
nearly two months. All my symptoms indi-
cated, unmistakably, the presence of CON.
SDMPT10M. ' In the beginning of February,
Mr Henry Fisher, Treasurer of American Bi
ble Society, presented me with a bottle of the
Prepared Prescription In a few day, my
appetite, -(which l'had entirely lost,) return
ed; wilhin a week, my cough had almost left
me, and In less 'than two wefts, the Night
Sweats were broken up. Thenceforward I
regained stringih rapidly,, attending to sipr
duties asoleri to the American Bible Socie
ty, in wkote employment I have been bine
years. . I am now enjoying good health r
Your Prescription effected a CURB, when my
friends despaired of my reooverv.: , i
: . . ; , , THOS J CONGER.
"I have had Nervout or Spoamodio I sthma
for eleven years. During the last six years I
have never an Interrupted night's rest. It
often seemed to me that I would" die before I
could get air into -my lungi. L Buffered so
greatly frcm ehortneaa of breath,? that 1 was
oompeiled to take frequent resls in walking
Iroin my residence to my plave or busiae s.
- ''The night before 1 abtaiaed the ."PBG
PA11ED PRESCRIPTION," was the worst I
ever pasted. 'On oblaiaink the remedy,. 1
took a teainoonful al noon and again at night,
aea slept air night without waking. 1 have
Njt had a brokt a Night's Rest stnoe I
hive now completely recovered, my strength
and spirits, and am nut ot all afflicted wub
shortni-ssef breath.'"-1' shall be glad to have
any one amicleu Willi Aula ins call and see me,
Bir O Langden. No 84 Bt. N. V, . ... , '
The "Prepared Prescription" is put up in a
l Dottle, and la aold br Droggitle generally
or orders may be addressed to the sole Pro
prietnrs, 030 A It 0. MOSE8 A CO., 28Couit-
landt Street, New York. Consultation free.
A Ciroular, oontalning pariicnlaie of many
cases auecestlully lreated, will beientlree, by
mau, io au who will write for It,
JC3E" Seldjn, Aihland ly . Itaae B.
1'itUerf, ..,;:) :
. Nov 14-ly2I
' .' STRA5QE, BUT TRUE
Every young lady and gentleman in (he
United Slates oan hear something very much
to their advantage bp return mail (free of
charge), by addressing the- undersigned.
Those having fears of being humbugged will
Oblige bv not noticing Ibis card. All others
will please addreu (heir obedient servant,
TUOS. F. CHAPMAN,
' - 881 Broadway, New Tork.
TO COH80MFTIVE8. ,
- The' advertiser, having been restored to
neaita in a few weeks by every simple reme
dy, after having suffered for . several-years
with a severe lung afl'ection, and that dread
diseaw, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
euro. - - - ' '' ' '
To all who desire it, he win send a oepy of
tne prescription used (iree oi onargej, wi a
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,' Coughs,
Colds, and all Throat and Lung Affections
The only object of the advertiser in sending
the Prescription is to benefit the afflioted.and
spread information which be conceives to be
invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, aa it will cost them nothing
and may Drove a blessint. '
Parties wishing the proscription, Free, by
return mall, will please address -
. Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
.. V, - -. Williamsburg, Kings Co., N.T.
8" A 11 1 S B U R T V B R 0 . 4 C 0
Extensive Mauufaoturers 'and Importers of
Sold, Plated &k Ooeidi Jewelry
v v 1 SOLID AND NICKEL
SeSattV EtP tUtPtjVe
AMERICAN, ENGLISH ANQ 8WIS8
" WAT0AE8, 1 ;.; :.v
CASE P BT 0 UBSBli T B B V
, . ' And qvery description of , . 1
.Fancy , Goojt , and anke . Nptfoni,'
(specially adapted and designed to Southern
and Western 1 rede. Circularp and, .full de
scriptive Prtoe Lists sentfre,1() l-u;;
v Agents wanted everywhere. Address,
8ALIBRURT, BltO CO.,' j -C
Dorranoe Btreet, -'
8m21 Providonos, B, I, '
a? ..: i
A. & G. V. RIALVMY.
On and after Monday, November 19th, '(
Traina will leave Aehlandae folio we I --:.
- OOINO EAST. - !
Train No. i New York Express 6100 P. U
do do 4 pight Exprees, 6:18 A B,
do,do 12 WW Freight 10:26 '
do do 16 Express. ' ""0:oD?.M:
do do 16-New Tork Freight 8:t6 f ,
, OfHNfl.WEST. . r '
o.l- Lay Express . n-M 4- .
do do 8 Night Exprers,
S;80 " .
9-60 A. M.
do do 11 Way Freight,
da,, it 16- Express Freight,
do do'17 Dispatch
Train 1 arrive at Dayton'6 46 P. M..at Cla
olnnali 8.2,0 P.M. 1 rein No 8. arrives at Day
ton 4.66 A. M.. at Cincinnati '.20 Ai U. 1
P. S. Passenceri carried on all Freights
except Nos,, 17 and 18 hf procuring tickets), -j
SUPERB HOLIDAY PRESENTS
lfalchesl WatchtUl Watcheiin
;B TSBt & CO-,
;jripoVter and ;ULokta lf a'liiV in
Gold And 81 Ivor Watches of all
scrfDtlons. 34 liber tv ft . K . .!
Beg U" inform the puhllc that they bare
just reoeived ibetmost- elegant, perfect, and
accurate naton ever lnirouncea in mis mar.
ket- The EXCELSIOR, a beautiful extra
rubis Jewelled, heavily 18 Carat Oold Plated
on Silver, magnificently engraved, finely and
u i I.- .. ,1 ti.. , : . n.aAa T.,f r a..
riuuij juiuviou uuwin.v"!. '
er, genuine. Damnskennet Hands, theroughly
regulated by the observatory, and warranted
to bo the Ne Plus Ultra Time-Keeper. A sup
erb and most reliable Watoh, Gent'aor Lady's
sues will be sent free to any address rn re
ceipt of ?28. or, if preferred, will be sent e
o. u..ou receint of SS as part 'payment. -'.
The watch will be sent by Express, or mall
registered, so that there is almost a oertainty
of reaching their destination ; but should the
cxprcser Co. or Post umoe mil in tneir uuty,
we will send another watch immediately.
Orders for any kinds of Watches promptly
and faithfully fulfilled.
I ibetal Terms to the Trade.
' AGENTS -We want Agents In every town
and eounty in the Country, and to those ac
ting as suoh liberal inducements win oe ei
Please send, money by Express, (Post
See Ordir or Bank Drafts,) to ' ' '' ,
-DE TREY &CO., ! ;'
, 84 Liberty St., N.T
TTTANTEDl Agents. Male and Female at
y $76 to $160 per month to sell (he Cel
Common Sense Family Sewing machine
This Machine will do all kinds of work
equal to the high priced Machines, and is the
ony praclicil and reliable Cheap Sewing
Machine in Uio world. Send for deaotipUve
circulars. Addrois ; BKUO.MD A (JO,
Chicago, 111., er Cleveland, 0
Principal Office, Ne. 2 Custom House Place,
vnicago, ill. . w
ECHESCK'S SEAWKED T05I0.
This medUine,, invented by Dr. J."H
Sciienck, ofPhiladelphia, is intended to
dissolve the food and make it Into chyme.
he first process-of digettioa.K By eleanin
the stomach with Schenck's Mandrake PiU,
he Tonio soon relorea tke appetite, and
food that eonld not be eaten before using It
will be evil, digested. .
Consumption cannot be oured bv Sohenok
Pulmonio Syrup nnl.n the stomach and Hvor
is made htel.hy and' Uie appetite restored
hence the Tonio and Pills are required In
nearly every ease of consumption. A half
dosen bottles of the SEAWKED TONIC and
three or four bPxea of Ihe MANDBAKE
PILLS will cure any ordinary ens ef dyspep
sia, -w. ... - ...
Dr. ScniPCK. makes professional visits la
New York, Boston, and at his principal Of
fioo lu Philadelphia every week. See dally
papers ot eaou place, or his pamphlet -on
consumption lor Ms days lor visitation.
Please observe, when pnrceasing, that the
two iixenesses or ihe Doctor, one in the last
stage of Consumption, and the, other as be
new is, in peneoi neattn, are on me uovern-
meni etamp. .,
Cold by all Drngulsts and Healers, price
$1,60 per bottle, or $7,60 ihe half dosen
All el lore for adv tee should be addressed to
Dr. 8cheock'e Principal Offi.-e, No. 16 North
6lh Street, Philadelphia. Pa. '. .
General Wholesale Agenle: Demes Barnee
S Co., N-1-, S. 8. Dane e. Baltimore. Md.
John D.Parke. Cincinnati. Ohio: Walker
Taylor, Chicago, III., Collins Bros. St. Louis,
mo. - , -
RESTORE YOUR SIQHT !
MCTSCLSS AND SUKOICAL OriRATIOWS 1
JENDKRED Usei.BMI THE INISTIMABLB
blessino or sioh r is mads MarrrtiiE
y THE US.H OP THE HKW ATSNT lit.
raovBD ivory eye cum.
Maar ef ear mtn elalneal Pbrilclini, Onllns, Sta.
Sent! and DMocl h hid lhatr lllkt luurel aai
rmaantlr cured ofi
' 1. IMPAIRED VISION. i-
V. PRESBYOPIA, or Fir SlrkteSacH, '
,- 8. ASTHENOPIA, or Wok EM. '
. EPIPHOR-Rut.oloi MWti.tr Er. -
6. SORB EYKS. ' '
Ntm WEAKNES5 ?r THI SBTINAj er Opdt
7. OPHTHALMIA, or lasiamailoa ofrte In
and Its ipptnda,ci, .... '
8. PHOTOPHOBIA, or Intoliruct of UlklJ
0. PTOTIS, or Palllni 6f Ik. Bro-Udt.
10. MYOpB50PIA, norlni,c.ioid.cWdla
troro tha Bra.
11. AMAUROSIS, or Oarrarhv of Vltloi, ' "
18. CATARACTS, fulM tlladaoM, aa4 VTaM
Dliordera of the Ejra. .
ANT ONS caa a the IVORY EYI CCPlvtlllial
,1k. aid of DOCTOR or MEDICINE to aa Io rontra
iBmadiala bca.Sclal routti, tad a.r.r wcarrpocutloli
' or, If ailaa , Io lav thoa uUl. bettor.
: Orar ooa ctnlScun of coki vhtro a care vet aro.
vlonilf guarantied, nay oa atea al tor araet, '
Wo awranteo a cere Io tvtrw catt 1th art tea dlrot.
Ilona ara followed, or wo will rtfuad thf raoatr.
Poraalo by Drogilrttaad OnillMt, ' T
: Te eeatlro oar TREATISE ON TBI gYg k
ntara aiall free, tood xot fcll addrtai te
Dr.'J. SALL At e0,O -' -' t
Buiior, f. ?. !t,; 111 dYanrw 4W, JV, T.
tW For Ikt worn taut of MYOPIA, or WEAR.'
. IIGHTBDNESS, eMoor NEW MYOPIC ATTACH'
.. I4ENTS, ottllr edinitd tad aulM it ika Iran Ira
Car. Sea' for PaaaMtt, , 1
l I .
MliOA '"v""1" f AGENTS wanted
DtV ted for sis entirely new article
ustont. Address 0. 0. CARET. Oltv
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