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Corporal PuBUhmettt In SchI
Tba writer of this rttol& bu looked
with interest cb the proeetdingi in eM
pf proMCotiori' now pending in our court,
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or awouni in ins inutuoiiuo ui uuijiuiai
puniahmeDt on eebolar IB 8ub-Uutrict
Nb; w Vermillion township.! ' The
Cbn wse lub.tantially ei follgws : A boy
a requetUd by, the eoher to deaiM
iroiu oenaiD miauuiei im'.
ioK the ecbool. ' Notwithetanding' fra
orient reqneeti on the part of the teacher,
he bereiated in hie course of disturb
ance and disobedience: whereupon me
teaoher orooeeded to whip him over the
body with an ordinary sized switoh, eon
tinuing the infliolion only till the boy
promised to cease hia mischief and obey
the teacher. Iho whipping was not un
usually severe; not near as severe as had
been inflicted in former years in the samo
district was confined to the body of the
boy, inflicteby a rod only, and cauced
no permanent injury. Notwithstanding
this, the teaober was arrested, fri'etZ, and
bound over to oourt
The interest of teachers and oommuni
ty in general would af pear to requiro that
somo notioe should be taken of this M'
markablg occurrence, and the principal
sclors in it , . . . ,
It is not my purpose to advert particu
larly to the law touching the (natter, as
(hit was prorerly laid before ihs court by
the able gentleman acting for the defense,
lurtht r than to repeat. the fact that in all
courts Tihite any sucb casra have been
beard, 4le teacher s'nnds in the place of
the parent, or, as our legal friends would
nay in loriparentu. flence the right of
teacher to inflict rtaionaUt punishment,
with o intelligent court can no longer be
. The leader was arrested by a sp'cial
Conrtable, (the inenmbeut of tfcat office,
to his credit, having some excuse from
from acting) and the prosecution attemp
ted lo force hrr to tr'al without giving
her the lime allowed by law to make up
a d ferisa, and children were ordered by
this newly-fledged official to tho Squire's
without ful'poena, or even allowing them
time to get anything to eat. In short,
the preliminaries on the part of the pros
ecution were more arbitrary than should
be allowed or justified in a cssa whero the
highest crime known to our statutes had
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Deen ccmmiueu. let mo I'rusrvuuun iu
this instance was waged sgainit a lady,
for an act whic'i I am quite sure a superi
or ciurt will justify, and for which every
intclliernl, unprejudiced person renin tat
the trial vMil jutifvhor. The preliminary
i.riangtmenls ct mplettd, a tiief sketch of
the contcftants may be pronrr The de
f nilant is a lady of acknowledged ability
anil worth : a graduate of Vermillion In
stitute, where the was esteemed as ono its
moat worthy rnntls ; her career as a teach
er marked by succes and worthy or com
n ct.dation. Tho prosecutor is a gentle
man (pardon mc the expression) who has
more than once been engaged in, if not
the direct unurce of, trouble in their school
always displeased, arbitrary and fault
finding not conspicuous on account of
those virtues that would render mm a
good citiien and agreeable neighbor
During the progress or the trial, when a
ohild, in honest simplicity asked, the
teacher what it should tell, she frank
ly and kindly told it to tell the trutb,
while rumor charges tne prosecutor witn
attempting to manufacture testimony, and
he ocrtainly showed marked signs of cen
sure when an active boy testified that cer
tain pieces of switch gathered by the
prosecutor in his dark-lantern tour were
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not those use a in pumsmng ins voy. a
certain witness testified that he nau
knocked down scholars and would da it
strain : and yet ho thought the punish-
ment in this case naa Deen unnecessarily
severe. Hia testimony was txceuively
consistent, and would be as valuablo be
fore an intelligent court as that or the old
larlv that had never reared a ohild. The
defenso was well made by the legal gen
tic man employed for the case, though la
gal facia and logical reasoning did not ap
near popular. The pleadings of the proa
ecution reminded me of the stump speaker
of military turn of mind, when he pict
ured io glowing terms how he bad fought
and bird, and died for his country, is the
legal gentleman concentrated all his el
fort in tolling the oourt that the "teaoh
er bad mwdered the boy. Yes, just mur-
derad the poor innocent ohild," while the
bright little boy was gay and lively ai be
had ever been, piayingooarelca ly to tne
presence of the court, not dreaming of
thastorm ne naa oausea. jiui sun u
was blood and murder in heavy tones
blood I blood 1 1 blood ! I
As teachers, every lady and gentleman
in the county, now in the school room, ia
directly interested in this matter, and to
them I address myself personally and ask
what it ia that prevents you or me from
being nndcr bonds to-day, compelled to
submit to wrong, cr pay out our bard
earned money to defend us from an unjust'
prosecution 7 It it-beoausa we are bettor
qualified or better teachers than the lady
ia question f Certainly not; it is imply
because we not; have got such ai person
within a few rods of our sohool hone as
th tTiri'tfai'n prosecutor'. Then, is it
not our duty to organise on him as1 against
our oommota foa 7 If ha is the enemy of
one teacher, as a teacher, ha ia the ene
my of another. "He tbat not for ua ta
against us." If be ia opposed to teaob-
ers. heia direetly or lnitireotij opposed
to education and good morale the weU
fare of sooiety.. Then, let each teaoher
make the oauae of this teacner ma or ner
own. and. with our influence,' tad our
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greenoaoKB, u neoeisary, viuututtia unr
cause. The Interest ot community at
large is no less involved in this mi t tor,
and as they value good schools and en
lightened and virtuous children, they
should frown on the action of snob dis
turbers of our schools. Children cannot
properly discriminate. between virtue and
vice, and when a parent abuses a tetohe;',
children are apt to suppose thit he up
holds them to evil, wnicn neuoes inaireo-
tly. - : ' ' - i Is f.
The future bopo of al is in our system
of public schools, and parents should la
bor witn the teacher ana aia mm in mi
filling his mission, so that when the sod
breaks beneath the feet of suoh fault-find
ing bigots, he may have done his work to
well that their fXaoes may be filled by
better people. ...
The Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Commercial gives the follow
ing account of somo charming features
in the new Protective Tariff Bill :
The ingenious feature of the bill ia the
manner in which special Interests have
been protected by it. Tbia em best be
explained by actual illustration : In the
whole United States there is just one
nickel factory, employing a capital of say
two hundred thousand dollars, sua (
force of about fifty workmen. It is Iocs
ted in New Jersey. The proprietors of
this establishment go to their Mew Jer
sey Sonators and say to them that they
must get "protection." 'ine renpsyivu
nia Senators say, "We can't vote te
proteetsuoh an interest as that ; all we
want is an iron an coal tariff." "Very
we'l," says Jersey, "if vou don't protect
my nickel factory, I'll vote against vodr
coal mines and iron factories,1' And so,
in order to get the Jersey votes, a tariff
ol forty per cent is levied on nickel. Now
it happens that nickel is a material very
extensively used in this country, forming
large ingredient in the manulaoture oi
German s.lvcrware. It would take a hun
dred such factories as that in New Jersey
to supply the demand, but in oiderto
proteot that one faotory the price of every
thine into which nickel enters, is increas-
ed forty per cent lo everv consumer in the
UnilCO OIUICB. Aliu vms lurguuiu,
protecting American industry 1
Take another illustration : There is one
o'ace in the United States where the stone
used for grindstones is found and dressed
It is near Cleveland, Ulno. It wouw re
ouire fifty suoh quarries lo rupjly
demand of the oountry. Hut this "Amer
ican industry" must ba protected, and
order to enable a single establishment to
reap large profits, a tann ni iu a ion is
put upon the grindstones that come from
Nova Scotia. "II you don't put that in,"
says the grindstone menibcr, ''I'll vote
gainst the fcll." "All right," says new
England, "if you'll swallow the rest of
he bill wo can alturd mat ana bo it
goes. , ..
More fnritT legislation.
The Chicago TriluM (Badioal) tbut
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sivea anotner illustration ui auuiwii
Congressional foresight. It says :
"Speaking of book publishing, the
New York 2imeeays: 'In other days,
books were cheaper here than in any
othor country in the world j now Mey an
dearer than in any other country mat i
is, dearer than in Germany, Jfranoe of
England. There ia no doubt that this
faot is telling grievcusly on the purcha
ses of the peoplo, snd on a growth of a
love tor literature among tne masses.
"Whv did not the Timet go on and
give the reason of the excessive dcarness
of American books, ana toe reason mat
our markots are 'flooded with foreign
manufactured books f There ia an im
post tax of twenty per oent in gold on
the invoice valuation e( imported pspr,
and an additional tax of five per cent, lev
ied by the act of July 38, Hb, making
a tax of twenty-five per cent. I ha effect
of this impost is, first, to prevent the im
portation of any unsized foreign paper ;
second, to increase the price of domestio
paper twenty-five por cent It ia this
abominable tax, which yiedla the Nation
al Treasury no revenue, that baa crippled
and well nigh destroyed the book pub
lishing business' in the United States.
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Add as the JNew l orx J met mm hows
this to be the fact, why don't it expose
and denounoe the swindle on printers
and publishers Tie 7 tmes paya op
quarter mora for every sheet of print it
uses than it would have to pay if the
olaaa legislation and Congressional inter
ferenet between paper snalers ana news
paper and book publishers were with
Nrswo." . , . .. '
k GrBht Vaelnre )f
A write from A. Albany, JL Y., Ar
am, in course of an. article depicting the
present unsettled -state et me country.
in depression to raao m ovgM"u "
business, and the grinding taxation rest
ing on every branch of industry, says :
"We are told that when a oertaiu per
sonage was buried alive i with hie dead
wilein a large eareps hd a pitcher ot
water and a Joe r, bread let dowo with
hint on the.50EO1f.hii wife, upon which
be sat, tbat ke Sight now and then take
a crumb, and sip a drop to prolong life
awhile, when ihe month of the oave
was shut upon him he was wrapped in
utter darkness, and had to teel bis way
from bis mouth to bis bread and water
Thus-he was left to hit fate. One day
he heard a noise among tho bones of the
oave, and io an effort to find from whenoe
came, he discovered through the damp
darkness, far in tho distonce, a faintly
light. Inspired thus with hope, he start
ed for thit light, stumbled over coffin af
ter comn, pile alter pile of bones, until
he rejoiced to find the light to be irQtn
bole in a bank ef a nvsr, tbr ugh wbiph
monstrous serpent entered to feed up
on tho dead. TLus he found relief and
made his escape,
"The people arc now literally buried
beneath a crushing burthon cf debt and
and taxation, as within a oave of which
tbe taction are the keepers. It is true
(hat in their funeral rites these keepers
allow the buried, or 'most of them, a
loaf of bread and a pitcher of water ; but
sad to say many before going down havelo
sell their loaf of broad to pay their tax
es, and decend with only a pitcher ot wa
ter. But it must not be understood that
all the people areas those in the cave, or
bearing burthens from taxation.
"Ibcse keepers of lh. oave visit
such burial upon their favored few
Their speeial friends have dispensed to
them S3,DU0 UOO,UOU of bonds exempted
Irora all taxation, nroduointr an income
affording luxury ant case. Bat, alas 1 let
us lilt the iron door of the cave and look
dowo, and whom do we see sitting upon
the stone coffins of their own destinies
It is the millions of our laboring and
dustriul classes ; the very life and hope of
our people, fur whom the political rulers
ol the day have no more feeling or sym
pathy than they have tor beasts of bur
then. There they set with but a loat ot
broad and a pitcher of water to sustain
their lingering lives, whilo bearing upon
their shoulders the crushing weight of a
nation's liabilities. II they turn aa eye
toward the faction that controls, and hope
for relief, they behold only tbe insulting
guilt of voting 14,000 a year more into
their own pockets, to pe ajiiftt to the
burthens of the tax payers of ourcountry
These dwollers in the oave may, in their
surrounding darkness, hear the rattle of
the serpent among Ihe bones, and feeding
upon their muscles ; bnt as yet it is in
vain that the lest ray of light ia seen to
awaken a hope of relief. If they listen
to what is said above, they only hear it
declamd that 'Democracy is dead,' and
sink back to their bread and water as
their only fare In life."
WUere, tax-payers may bo asked, is
their least possible hope, under the pres
ent reign, Irom the pressure ot 8-i,UUU-800,000
exempted capital; a debt of that
amount to pay, or its annual interest ; a
high tariff sure to bs imposed; a tax upon
every sheet of paper upon which a con
tract is drawn, or a scrap upon Which a
note or receipt is given ; State, county
and munioipal debta; ten States to be
governed by military authoiity, at an
enormous expense ; a perpetutl Congress;
confliots of authority between the de
partments of tbe government, leading, it
may bo, to armed confliotf ' The question
is a very grave one, and should set every
friend of the country and humanity re
Seeing; for tbe end is cot yet.
The Rew York Child-Whipping;
uase ajotmctea or at ft a
Tbe trail of Roy. Joel Llndsley, for
whipping his little ion to death for not
saying his prayers, whioh commenced on '
the Zbtu at Albion, N. x,, bag ended in
oonvtstion, and very few will be found
to question the justice Of tbe verdict,; '
Much of ihe exoitement aroused at
the time baa died out, and the prisoner
was tried with the utmost falrneaa, In
fact, the attendance wee net as large- as
might have been expoetei, th - audienee
number of ladies. No sympathy, how
ever has been excited in Lindsley's favor.
He was attended in Court by his lather,
sister, brother, and sister in-law. The
absence of bis wife was noticed, but is
explained by the fact that she is about to
give birtb to another child, who, it is to
be hoped, will bespared the tender mer
oies of the father.
The defense acknowledged tho' faols
of the case as I gave them to you a few
months stuce, out claimed tbat the child
died from a fit or from fear of punish
ment ; and moreover tbat Lindsley bad a
right to administer correction, and was to
be pitied, not blamed for Ihe "accidental
death of the boy.
A thrill of horror went through the
oourt-room as the physioiana testified to
the condition ol tbe c lulus body as seen by
them after it was laid in its ooffin. One
witness swore that tho boy must have re
ceived several hundred blows: that tbe
body was overed with black and blue
marks, the skin broken iq tnany places,
the nails of the hands and feet torn up
at the Bides, and even tbe soles of the
feet snd the baoks ol the hands laid bare
in places. Liodslcy acknowledged that
ha bad alternately beaten and "reasoned
with" the child for two hours and a halt
when observing a change, he laid him on
his bed. The poor mother cried out
why Juhnny'a dying! " On this the
father took him from tbe bed and the
bov died in his arms That Lindsley
was wetk in tody snd mind wss also
shown, and his counsel dwelt largely on
the misfortunes that have followed him
Judge Daniels charged the jury
some length on the law relating t j the
case, and after, protracted deliberation
verdict of "manslaughter in the secona
decree was returned. The law pro
s . . r
vides as the penalty an imprisonment 01
from lour 10 seven years, lie wss sen
fenced tho enduing day, to imprisonment
in the State Prison for fous years and six
extract. which bM traveled IN will be presented to the ommissiori
,.!( ft. era of Ashland Corluty at thnr next, sea
,t it 1m. lost its paternity, or to be hMoa ,h(J firl,-Mond,, 0f
March A. D. 1867, playing For tBi radii-
tion of a part of a Bounty road, oomtneno-
ing at tbe oenter or tne soutn line 01 ;
seotion eight (3,) thenoe north along the
center of said section to the nort'i lino of -
the same io Jackson Township, Ashland,
County Ohio, for tbe reason that, that
part of said ruad is useless to the publioj,
Jau 30 '67 4 w 33.
Th. Itn f TtrniocrixIS. I KV&U iVUlJUBr;.'.
Ter copy from one of our exchanges j VTotice ia hereby given ibit
so widely tbat
it would receive the f'credit" it deserves
"The constant iteration oi the cry,
"Ciroulato Demoeratio papers, na, we
Believe, done some good. We believe
that a more general eenvicium .uw
among Democrats generally that Hit their
duty to aid in circulating Bound papera,
xd in discouraging the circulation of M-
mm. than at btiv forme: t'.tue.---
But we- re also convinced that in this re-
Mot we are itill lar oeninu our uF"'
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..i. Tk will raraiv aver touuu u-
read a Democratic paper ; and while this
is carrying bigotry too lar, yot ivomoorais
often are in exactly tbe opposite extreme.
For some trifle they will be induced to
subscribe for a paper that will poison the
minds of their children, ana maico mem
inveterate abolitionists. It -is no more
than justice to say that evory man who
now publishes a Democratic paper does a
self-sacrifioing work, and, taken as a class,
we know cf no truer or more pairwuo
men than the Demcoratio editors of the
Northern Butes- As a body, they are
far in ad ranee of tbo politicians, who, in
many instances, are dead weights upon
them. We say, therefore, that if there
is any class of men who deserve well of
Demoorats, it is, taken as a num.,
Demooratio editors, we urge tnereiore,
that Democrats generally should try to
understand the difficulties under which
their editors labor, and when they see
mhut dvantnireS lha aboltt.00 prees bave
avf 1 110m. thev will feel like taking hold
,nd aiding them witn maienai am m in
equal fight a the New Year approaoncs,
lot avstnmatia efforts be made to give a
wide tention to iemocrauo jimm.
The Great English Remedy
Protected by Royal Letter. Patent. '
' SIR JAMES CLARKE'S c "'J.
Celebrated Female Fill.
Preparedrum a prescription of Sir . i
, Clarke, M. D., Fhytirian Extraw- ,,
dinary to the Queen. -
This invaluable medicine is unfailing la '
the cure of all those painful and dangerous-
diseases to whicli 'he female ooostitmWn is .
subjeot It moderates all excess !' re
moves all obstructions, from whatever caue
and a speedy cure may be relied on. - . .. .;,
it U particulary suited. H will, n a short '
lime, bring on In. monthly period with regu- ;,
larity. , -
Eacb Bottle, prloe Onk Dollar, bears into &
Oovernment Stamp af Great Bri'ain,to pre H
caution; , - ; 7
These Pills should not be taken by FewialeaV-i
during the FIRST TIIKEE MONTHS of ..
l'regninoy, as they are sure to bring ea Mia- '
oarriage, but at any othor time they are safei -d
Every woman knows that the bloom ef ,
health must fad., with the slightest In-ego '
larity or obslruoli, of the menses. -. These-.-.
mis are truly tbe woman's friend in ber,.
hour of trial, and the only sure, positive an
Wiue vxiem.un iu " . er failing cure and regulator it Sppyrea;
Active Democrats should commenoe early l.on of from heT;r Jf gQ.
mo Vino- oat list. Of those Who OUght tO, mild thatthe fl.hlfllt ra-i. Intra than, with1
and probably yrill, tako (if called upon) a perfect security, yat so powerful Ihtur ef.: ''
good Demoeratio local paper, i-i" u iwv'jr v j
th3 business of some one to see tislletno- ''. "Ku...or. ,.-
m3 ouaiuio. ui . In al, csseJ Qf frvous and Spinal AffeM.'-
cratip neignuore, t"6 -m - ,ionS) pain, in ,no Back and Limbs Faligua' ,
; , .. nr ciiutaininff 1 r pi r nyncra. "- 1 .;..!. ,.- n , , . - ...
nnmnnrntx must be doubly vigilant if t
wou'd perpetuate their principles and save euro when all other means bare fajled, nd ,
n. .ui:...- t.tM.iin. fmm nnmnlcto althongli " powerful remedy, do not oontain,
neuuunv-J" iiu,i,.. r - - - -, . ... i,
their children from the """' "" '""". y""og -uru
- . I in 1 nn pnn, IIIIMIMI. t
Full diveoiions in a pfmphipt around each
pacaage, wnicn snouta re carefully pret
oi. LU 15 ALL. IHtUUUISTS
Solo General Agonts for the United Slataa.
ana llrttisb Do oiuion.. v
JOB MOSES. 27Corllandt St.. N., Y.
n. 11 $1 vu and 0 three oent postage-
stamps enctosea 10 any aulborited agent, wll
ensure a oolite, containing bU 1'illa, by r.
To Form A Vigorous Kflpd, l
I.t everv vonth settle in his mind tbatS
if be would ever be anything, be has got
to make himself: or, in other words, to
rise by personal application. Let him al
ways try hia own strength, ana try it ei-
iectuully belore he is allowed to can upon
others ; send him back again and again to
the resources of his own mind, for indus
try and perseverance will accomplish. Io
his early and timid flights, let bim know
Department elerki tbo )jsve been dis
abled la the war are going to petition
Congress to change tbe tenure of their
office, aoas to continue during ejoocj be-
patior. ' ;
that stronger pinions are near and ready
to sustain bim, but only in case of abso
lute necessity. When, in the rugged
paths of soiente, if difficulties impede his
nrogress whioh he csnnot idTraount, ' let
him bs helped over tnem ; out never let
him think of being led, when be has the
power to walk without help ; or of carry
ing his ore to another's furoanca, when
be can melt it in nis ow.
Tbe Proper Work for Democrat-
- so uvminiueea.
The 8helby (01 Dmoerot, in an ar
ticle npon this subject, well says :
"The Uounty ventral uommittces, lo
do their work effectually instead of spend--ing
their money to get up miss meetings
and paying publto speakers, just on the
eve ol an election, when men are excited
and least apt to listen to reason, should
begin (b jrork of organisation for the
pext aleotion and get tne looal papera In
to the hands of all doubtful votera and
conservative Republicans in the State
willing to tensive and read them. In ne
other wry, at so small 00M, ean so gof$
and lasting an impression be msde upon
the miod of men susoeptible of reasoning
obeying tbe behests of an enlightened
judgment. Let ui lefrn wisdom from the
The Itlowlug-l'p of the Alonus
lery In Greece.
The late tragedy cnaoted by the GreekB
in the Island of Crote, in blowing to at
oms a convent iu vhioh some hundreds of
thrm men, women and children had
taken refuge, carrying with it instanta
neous destruction to themselves, in ordot
to prevent being taken Turkish prisoners,
and to involve their enemies, who wore
Arnwiliflf? in in & atill (.renter catastrophe.
ii one of those sublime and hcroio acts of
desperate valor that will shine resplendent
in historv in all times to come. Not in
. .. ... , ,
the annals ot Ureece in its paimy atys
of glery, when it was superior to the rest
of the world in arms, as well a in lilera
ture and science, can there be found any
thing that surpasses this remarkable act.
There is in it the same spirit that con
quered at Marathon and Tbermopylto
1 . - - r . . . : . 1. ' I.
3UUU vears ago. ir is me spin winou
enabled Alexander to make the oircuit of
tbe known earlh in his extraordinary se
ries of conquests. Centuries of servitude
the most degrsdirg, of oppression, the
mnat nncxamnled. have not stamped out
of this race those qualities whicli in other
days msde it so renowned ThtB late
tradiredv which they have periormea, is
worthy to broelebrated in verse like that
of their anoient poet, Homer, whose im-
mortil pen could not give birth, even in
idea, to greater human resolution and
courage. There is life indeed in the old
Jand yet, and vitally strong in its purpose 1
How intense must be the hatred toward,
and how great the despotism of the Turks,
which led to suoh an wiui immoiaiion
How monstrous that communities which
are thus antagonistic, and whioh cherish
suoh feeling8,8honld be coerced and bound
togother in one political system ; w rai a
qniop is that between these populations,
the attempted maintenance of which is
the oause ol suoh atrooitics. Cm. Enq
nvei throw sua
cru-lting taxation ot a moaeyed aristocra
cy and a mouopuliat'a despotism."
The Impt'itchiiit'ntol the PretsU
We huvo advices from W aslungtoB that
the Radical destructives will, beyond any
doubt, witliiti ninety d:iy, revolutionise
the Government by the foreible.depcfition turn mail, securely sealed from all observe-
and rcnu.vul of tho 1'icsiU.tnt Iruin moo. lion. Hoia in Ashland by ISAAC B. PpTTIft
Under this impression wc udvisoour r-ad
Irit-uds to avoid the entnnle-
monta nf debts and other business con
tracts that ate dependent upon a state of
peace ana tranquility m moii pi:ii"iui
anco, snd to keep all sails set for sn iui
nniidiro- storm and convulsion. A etisis
is at hand, for Bach a step will, beyond
inv duubt. eroate a general state of un-
eertaintv as regards the futuroT will do
and all dealer, in Medicine.
LIFE- n JjJ ALTU-8TRENGTH..
LIFK HEALTH -STRENGTH.
LIFE HEALTH 8TRENQTH.
Xr. Juan Dclamnrre'tt
are prepared by the Messieurs Garancier. ftv-
epeni, roaruaoeutiaia, no.211,KpB bcm,,
bard, Paris, from the Proscrin'iou of Dr. Jur'
strov all confidence in Ihe South to meet an Delamorre, Chief Physician to the Hospl, "
. ..I. .. .1. .-I t.l ,l n.,ln. T...-1 1 .
ts en"ageoient8. ana unsettle iraae anu ",",v" """""" :
Usi . css n cycry dilution. Ihe im , . . ,
peachinent of the President will lead to ostibiim:-W. hare used tu, "SpsciSe .
consequences the most serious oonse- puis" made from Dr. Delamarra's Pyerprlp'. '
quenccs 'hat those engaea in jusuin h tion, aunng sere.-aiysare past, n pur prt-. .
on have little contemplated or dreamed of vate and publlo praotioe, and have fodnd--.'
inany respect It willopen a new ana
revolutionary chapter in our histo y, when Nightly, Daily, or Prematura E n mi-
all the checks and Dolanocs or too uov- sionsiSsiualWoaknestHorlmpoteneyiBp.,
ernmcnt will he destroyed, and every oial Derangement, of the Nervoo.8yst.BS'' '
thing liko permanency io it for ever disap- Weakness arising from Secret Habits nd
... In it. heat asnecta the usurpation Sexual Excesses j Relaxation of lh. Geniuli
I" m M It ll M Z VZZ Organ.! W.ak Spin., AffMli,nI of the By.., -
wouiu uo ibh. , r--, um.-' or "Brick-Dust" Denoilta in lb -
.n.l (rsnnmlitv. arid in its Iruits Will D6 it.;.. i.Mtik.o m..i. ni, i
followed by results that we ean hardly skin, with Sunken Cheek, and Bloodless
consider without a shudder. Ei q. I Llps,"pinohed Featuses , Irregular Aetip:
I Ashley !
The C'noinnati Commercial talks
about the Hon. Janjea M. Ashley after
tho iollowtng manner :
"Mr. Ashley is becoming a lorrible
person. He notifies tbe world, upon his
responsibility as a representative, mat
of the Heart, and In all the ghastly train of,
Symptoms arising from Over-use, Abuses, ot
1.0SS, irom any oause, of the Nervous Fore.
w. earnestly advise the Profession, an. ell
persons sutTering from any Symplomatle of -Organic
ArTeelion. of the Geitp Urinary .
Systems, to use those Pills. With high fa.
sped , we are yours most .inoerely, 1
R. A. Beaurepaire, H. S. .
G. D. Dujardln, M. D. '
, .., . ,i . n....:.,u n .... 1 iun v i.eurnr., m. u.
np win insist tuai iu. ruui.. vu. T, Garaader. ft Dnr.nt, No. 218, Ru torn-
UI Ii liu MUjvuiii j s 1BIU A Bill.
struotion bill. This person, "the curled
darling" ol the House, swells with his
assumption of leadership, ana glistens
and glows with his rctrethiRZ bigness.
It must be delicious to see opnencx,
Practical Experience with a
I fired a needle gun. 1) wss as awk
ward aa the first pair of skates, and so
heavy that I though it an imposition to
bo obliged to hold the weigt of it myself.
It seemeij enough avordupois for an en
tire platoon to carry. There i a knob
upon it at big and hard to turn as your
doorrknob when you go borne from your
loda at Christmas mid night, ion
must bit this knob with the palm of your
hand, drive it down, draw it back, put
in your cartridge, hit it pp again, and
pull a . trigger, inis drives a darning
needle through tbe cartridge, and sends
the ball about half the distance of
a -Springfield rifle ball. Yon bruise your
hand, swear, and after Bring about a do-
sen rounds the breech of your gun feels
like a red-hot poker. A regiment of
men at work with this weapon look at if
they were craoking walnuts, or opening
oysters, or killing mosquito.. You ean
eertainly fire it six timet a minute sifter
tip yean' practice. -.-
Bedentary and Studious Occupations, grief. .
Anxi.ftes, or whatever tends to imnair the
Vital Aotlon of th. Brain, Heart or N.rvois
System, frequently lead to the mast Di.tresev -
ins and EmharraMlniy Til nt ih Vlhilai
Bingham, Shellabargcr, and other really System. Students, Clergymen, and Lawyer
able men of the House, patronised by here, who are .specially liabjep these w.ak
Ashley, Bubjeoted to his beaming courte- nM,""' h"ld "fort promptly .o Dr. Deltas-.
. . . P. . atwr NriMtnA Pill -'
A Pamphlet containing full particular. .
with Directions and A dvio., printed la Frenob, -German,
Spanish and English, aooompanU.
each box, and will b. sent, by mall, fret o .
oo.t, to any who will writ, for It. ,
jguPrice, $1 per Box, pr Six Boies fcr J5- 1
Sold by all the prinoipal Druggists, er wil( 1 -
b. Bant hv m.tl a.nitt-alv ...t.il frnwm .11 .k.
days when Dr B. V. commanded :1m Ar- aervatlon, on reoeipt of the speoiSed price)
my of the James and there was profound by any authorised agoat, or by tbe sole Gen-
pesos on the picket lines, and wheu But- ,JB,, for Amorioe, 08O4R O. M08E8
(er had photographer and a phonogra c .27.Cor,1"d' B't It: . '
. ., a a ki.. .. . r.n Ihorlsed Agent tor Ashland and Yloinliyi
pber on bis staff, Akhlcy was a frequent J8AA0 B. POTTER. All orders by well!
visitqr ; and no doubt two suoh great promptly attended to.' .
mindt nnst have decided on the future " 1 . r
of the Republio "oft in tho stilly night" uoiJU. fU$ B-1S.
i e i . i ,!! rntiD -u ti m ..ii ti. flnnB i t '
over uowi oi wni-Ej panoa. oot uuui 'i'n uuiun.w wiu hh iu uuBiin .
Butler get. nto Uongrc; hit speaking ; " f !
. r i j
sv. oiled witn his exnuoersnt aino
and disposed ot as appertaining to nit
greatness. And, after all the great Ash-
lev shines with only a refleoied WM
The .umiBary from whioh he borrows
bis rays is B V. Butler. He and Benja
min are of an anoient affinity. In the
trutipit is the Ropresenaiivr from To
odo, Qhio." - I Nov. 7-0m2I
Our candidate for Attorney General, is
,ne of the n-ost Ulened young mn of i.billty, Pr.malnr deea", .4
any party in Ohio. Even the Morrow
bounty Sentinel (rabid Republican) says:
"Tbe aandidate for Attorney General, !
who is probably the youngest among them,
is also the ablest and most distinguished.
II. would do no discredit !o the offio If
' ba wsr eUettd a It.'.
. i IRRORI OF YOUTH .iU . t ;
A Gsnflaman who suffered for yta from
irvona liability. Premature decay, mi all -
th. elfcot.of youthful Indisprsllo. will, fo ,
th. suffering hura.nity, send fre. i. all whtj
need It, th. ra.ip and dlrotloosfor maalng "
th. slmpl. remedy'by whioh k. w.e cared; '
8uffer.r. wlahing to profit by the advertiser's, '
exptrl.ne., ean do so by addraraiBg ;
JOHN B. OGDEN, , v v
;.' 18 Chambav. St. Nf T. - ;
! 5 V