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The Democracy and the 'Nigger.'
The Democracy pretend to have a grout
(rror Btid disgust of lb. nrgro lie
deem consUmly present to their d is em
P""11 " , I f j ,..).
pi.red vistonaas a black aigelo (lent .-,
Jlc forma the only slock in , trado l
politician. Wand Utile. Lu t .fori...
in tin O lnKi) tliov liavLMi't '.lie
t.bieciioii in the world to him. Uii Hie
-..i,,... l,.tr inkc him into their Limi-
I UllH -J
j r . . i . .i
lies. Ho cooks the victual, nurses u,c
children, drives the ctirriuyi:, mid is a
constant attendant upon their persons.
limn find no fault with him. His
color is good, his order is good.
i...u nn .il.ii.etinn to his living with
folks' then. Then you can't have too.
many ol them in the State, and they wi.l
hibor, as our Kansas Dciiiocriits have
been doinj for the last tivo years, to j-et
the Slutc full of them. Tl.ey will ;u so
for Ihc tiiralical slave-
trade, that the whole country may be
overrun with 'cheap niters.' Hut now
you have invert tho poor colored man his'
fretdotn, once you have tiiken him from
the category of caltlo and sheep and
and marketable things, and placed liim
upon God's platform of men, anil straight-
way Democracy looks through altogether
different eyes, and smells through diller-,
cnt nostrils. He is now nothing but h
'free niggur' ho now looks bad, smells
lad, is bad. Now nolhing must be done
but to persecute him. Kick him, cud
liim, hunt him down, banish him. lie
Ufree now I Is it, really, after all, the;
negro that Democrats so much hale, or;
the freedom of iho negro'.' Is it Hie 'nig-1
Her' ihut smells so bad, or only his lite-
Tho proposal to banish free ceioml
people 1'roai tho State is a very wicked
nnd inhuman one. The Iiorder-Uullians
did not even go as far as that. It is only
tho most besotted among the slave State,
like Arkansas, where every third man is
nn ignorant avage, that have done it.
For live years Kansas has been open
free colored people, and yet they have
not overrun us or doubled us. 'i'hey
will not for a thousand years to come.
Such banishing laws arc a dead letter,
nny wav. It is only the most brutal and
degraded among us who will enforce
them. men who would Bell their own
souls to the devil for a dime, ami cheal
him at Hint. They are a species of the
most marked and obnoxious special legis
lation, nud have no place whatever in the
Constitution. We trust no Republican
will so fur demean himself as lo give
slightest countenance to theso paltry
rlectioneeri'iig dodges of tho Democrats.
Let them have Iho sole honor of lugfiiiif
the 'nigger' in. and lugging him out again.
Lawrence (A'ansas) Jiejinlltcan.
A Black Douglasism.
' C'ongross lias novor passed a law for the
protection of nny kind of jireoeily ill the
forri lories." Duiilna' .S'mtci.
Tliis little giant, but groat liiiavo. lias Iho
iinpti'ionco to insort tliis 10 uu audionco
what is called tho " intolligmit citizens of
Ohio," in tho faco of a law which had boon
extended ovor every territory, autlinrii.ig
moil to outer tho territory und soizo any
jioi-jouj to whom thoy may lay claim as
jiroporty, and drag thurn away to sluvory
llo talks us if it would bo an innovation
for Congross to provido any dilYeront pro-
toct'iou tor slavo pi opurty ; than lor horai
Bin! muloa ; as if Cmiaress Imd not already
ttitactod tt luvo coda for tliu eiitii o Union,
Ktutus und Tunitovies , just as if llio party
liad not nluutud "Hsulf on this as tho
ooinoeratio pi iuciplo in Ohio, and tosolved
to Binlc with it
If tho jninciplo should bo adopted
Blavo propuiiy was entitled to no oilmr
toction than other propoity. what
boeonio of iho fugitivii blavo law ?
What kind of an idea must tins trickster
liavu of tho inlulligoiivo of tho Ohio deinoc
racy, whou ho call utter, and repeat,
amplify this liu in their prcsonco with
lira.on front ? What kind of democratic
organs must thoy ho that cm hoar this,
bv tholr silouco ondorso it ': Vuluinuut
Tremendous Fire—Loss one Million
Tremendous Fire—Loss one Million Dollars.
ST. JOHNS, N. F. Sept. 13.
The fira nt Halifax on FriJuy ni'lit
(li'Ktroyiiil WiUt'b buililine; on llcllis btreut.
Occupied by Mr. Asliuit us imctiuneei ;
Mr. SinimoiioVb stove sturc; Molt, Kpioe
duiilur; (Jliiiiiibuiliii i'n atovu store; T.iy -lor'ii,
flour slorc; und lliu similar establish
incut of Mr. Wliyhiitlotl, 1'ranvillu Street.
The stores of Mr. Murilock, dry eoods;
'JV. IIossoii, tnilur; Mr. Webb, dru'ist;
Mr. Uofjcrs, butler; Mr. liiclinrdson, con
fiictioncry; Mr Mackinlcy, boot store; Lou
lon's boot sto.'o; Wclniorc, Vane; 0.
Oullouh, dry (nods; Mr. Mclvcuzic,
walchin alter; Cieililon it Uiswell, dry
goods; Mr. Comb's hhou slure; J. 11. Ilcn
nelt, dry j;oods. Also; lltilley Ai I'o.'s
nnd Dcliilel o Kay nor 's lluniiui stone
btlildine;; Mr. Cliipniiiil's dry i,'ooils store;
Mr. Redmond's hat store ;and Mr. Crcili
tou's book storu.
On Harrington street tlicrf were ulso
scvcrril liotisc destroyed; iiiclutliiiff ilie
jirintiiiij olliocs of Mr. Blackludcr nud
Messrs. Urooves &, Son.
Tlio destruction of properly was im
mense; nnd tho dumuou will irubably
Hr Systkmatii,'. Says n wrilor in Hall's
.Toin oal, it will udd morn to your cninfurt
nnd coiivotiiencu through I ilo than you can
iiiianiiie. It saves Inno, saves tompor, savos
)ntiunco, nnd .uvea money. for u wbilo.
it may bo a little) troublosntnn, but you will
noon find it easier lo do ricjit than wrong:
that it it easier to act by rulo than without
Ilo systematic in everything , lot it extend
to ibo minutest trifles, it is not hunuii'.h you
Vhltetield could not go to sloop at night, if
utter rotirini;,lio ruinouibored that bis gloves
and riding whip were not in llioir usual place
whoro ho could lay his hands riyht on thoui
iu tlio dark, on any uinurcoucy ; and biicIi
nro thu world', history. It was bv his syg
touiatio huhitii from youth to ugo, ihut Noah
Webster was ublo to loavu tho world his
great dictionary. 'Method was tho pro
aiding spirit ol his life,' writes his biographer. '
KyaiBinaiio men uro rolub.'o niuii mo n
who comply with their engagements. Thov
aro minuiu men. Tho man who bus noth
ing to do i. the man that doe. nothing
Ilia man of syaioin is soon known to do nil
ho engages to doj to do it well nnd to du
it tt tho tiuv prouiisoj j consequently, hu
luw hi. hands full. When I waul it median
Joal Job done, I go to iho man whom I ul
w.vs find bu.y, and I do not tail to find him
to be the man to do (bat job promptly ttud
to tbo hour.
Late News from the Mines.
' J,' -
The Leavenworth Herald of the
xnress iirrivcu iu Armor s Bintion
five miles from Acliiron, lust n'mlit, hnv
il ve mill's in nil ;it u ii-tni, niofc uiin, n
. (. c
M , , . , JJ1M,.ns,t.r, brin abont
? - . llc
stampede to the head wateisol I lie .-ouili
I'lal'.o, Colorado, and to a place called
he Park, are returning to the old dig-
v'in 'S. Thev found some eold, but as
tho Indians weie ticmblesome several
lin n having been killed nnd as the sen-!
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81,11 iiuviuicuj, u.cy tuuiu nui
: do imich until spring.
I lie diggings in Hie mountains arc pay
ing well. All who mo at woik are ma-'
king good wages, while those who have'
sluices arc unking money rapidly, lie
saw from Henderson's lead, in the Oieg-
oiy diggings, 1$ 120 washed out in one
Tlin weather was wet and quite cool.'
Snow lo the depth of two inches, fellj
about one hundred and fifty miles this
side of Denver, a week atro Sunday.
The Jiiickij Mountain Xeien contains no
miniii'' inlelli 'ence of interest. Mr. Mc-
L iu 'hlin ri Doi ts that there is pleniy
j-old in tho untains, but that it requires
bormid capital lo secure it. iiu says,
there will not many miners remain in the
mountains during the winter. Sonic in
tend coming lo Denver Ciiy, fonie to (iol
deil t'i'y, and some lo the Slates, with a
view of rc'liirniiig in the spring.
lie .slate s Luther, that one linn at Den
ver had on hand two hundred ounces of
gold, which will be forwarded by the
The Administration and Slave Trade.
The iViijhiir'ttiu Siitlit, ajcoiints in tins
manner for .Mr. IJuch.in.iii' reoait display
of inlui est in tho suppression of tho sl.ivn
dado: " Tho spicy dispatch received at tho State
1 li pai iincat, boiiio time 11150, llnougli Lord
Lyons, has stirred up our (jiiverinuent to
sonii) deei-ivo action in regard lo tho slavo
trado on Iho coast of Atiici. Tlio dispatch
l eUirred to, advised our Government, 1l1.1t,
so turns our siaalroii on iho coast of AT!
r.c i was concm nod, U10 vessels comprising
it, instead ot doing servico on tho coast.
worn ueneiallv cruising ill tho vicinity ol
thn delightful island of Madeira. A record
was furnished tho Statu 1 lepartiiiclit by thn
' 111 itisli I invei iiiuenl, of tho movements
our oh! m ii 11 1 1 1 1 1, giving the nutnliia' of days
: tiler wei'o in port, whom they sailed to anil
how engage d. It was shown conclusively
1 lliat wo had failed entirely to comply with
j tho troaty stipulation regarding tho nninher
I nf guns o wore required to kuep oil the
; African coast.
j Ifoiiiiiiii.K ami MrsTKiimts Mlmidkh
1 Miami C'ointv. A shoekini; mercenary!
murder was committed yesterday morn-
ing, about threu o'clock, in the woods
six mih:s west of riipia, on the Versailles
Turnpike, the particulai s of which, as we!
jcarucii idem lasi nigm, 1110 as iuiiows :
Mi. lien 1 y Shaffer am! his son, liding
along tho road about daylight were at
tracted to tho spot by somo signs, and
found tho dead body of a man, with a
bullet hole, through his hea I, iho bullet
having entered under tho light ear and
passed upwards at an angle ol auoiil i t
degrees. The inunfelcd man was ol me
dium tdalure, daik complexion, well
diessed, and apparently about 25 years
olage. ni ai us ol uiood were louuil atiout
lliu waist, trom winch ti belt liau been
turn unen nnd nuini-v lalten (rum ll.
I is genera'.ly supposed lliat Iho body
that of a Jew lie Her, who was known
have taLen 8lit)t) in gold from the l'iiiuu1
lhiuU on Thursday
I.i.ioii Hunt. Lei li Hunt, intelligence
of whose de. illi was brought by ihu
ilu Sti.ron, was hum in Middlesex in
17111, and was partly Anieiican
descent, Slejihen Slicwcll.of Philadelphia,
liein bis inatcrual eraiiilialher .
mother's aunt was the wife of l!i;.j
W'l. r, the celebrated American painter.
I lis father was a West Indian, ami his
passed his early youth in the West Indies,
und ut one time, we believe, resided
Vcunir Hunt commenced bin literary
career at u very early ne,beini only t
teen when, in coiiiieciiou with his brother
John, bo issued the A'jrumiiur, which
in iiiiied y real popularity. Il was in
iK'wspaper lliat he npplied to the I'rince
lleoent lliu witty i (lilhet of 'Adonis
lifiy,' for wliich oll'eiice the two brothers
paid n line of l55,0UU,und were imprisoned
lor Iwo yciirs.
A W.lli.MNll to Hjys who Stano
riiKitt Hkaiis. Tin! I'oitngo (O.) ifenti
nil says: We regret to record that
townsman, Mr. W. M. l'reiiticc, bus
lained n neveru iillliction in tho death
his son, l'lnnk. While visiting recently,
his oi nnd parents, iu lioardiiinu township,
Mahoiiin;; county, lie was taken sudden
ly ill, mi l upon investigation the
was found to proceed from too violent
iiiiinntl.ir exertion, he hi in ' iiccustmcd
like many other boys, uf performing
feats us walkiin; on his hands, staililitiL;
u his head, elc. He continued lo
worse, fnim day to day, llio disease
upon his physical nature, nud i.ot
till iiilltiencin,' his brain, iinlil Tuesday,
of 1 1st week, when bo expired. A
moments before bis death, lie bade his
rents, little sister and nil bis friends,
bye, and im'.ioino; iho feeliuos exhibited
by litem, took Iho bands ol' bis father,
and said "Poor Papa and Mamma,"
coin post'd liiust-f fur
EI.UW4 no waking IU
Tin'. IliU'i.'hMi'AV I'Aitrr tiih Wiiitk
l'ltli:xn. 'llio l.ehaiion Star very
remarks thai "lliet'o is notlnnj;
ahsunl nml oiitruo lhaii (hu eliaiyo
by Iho Deiiinciaey ihut Ihu ltepublicans
iooru tho interests of thu while man,
muko tho icc;io Ihu only issue. Thu
of tho white lahorini; mall is unu of
iiiideuienliil piiiieiplos of our pal ly.
Iho doinoci'aiio parly, t;oailud on hy Ilie
est of sluKury, ami build up thu interest,
of sluvo oeiacy, ut Iho exponso of tho
laboiine; man, lliu Itepublicaii parly
to slay it whom it is, and resorvo the Terri
lory for homo, for tho lieu ami industrious.
lnlo ihu Uojiuhlicans, in Conuross,
lahoriiic; to pass thu Homestead Hill
homo lu lliu landless whiles, tho llemoc
rucy labored to defeat il, nml ut tho
time laboring for moro slave territory
Iho iiijjorlos mi.ht liavo moro nij;ors.
Still thu ni'iii ophohia Houincrucy claim
inoy aro ino omy iriunu. or tlio wliilo
J J - . . ' U ".II.VI
and charge that wo nro hi. cuomles,
given over to tho iutoicala of
j w i i. t ; - - - - - -
r,r1y S;-.YMol'l & LOCK
' t I A MiAia Itirn itHl.n F
no.n . iav
U'.iDD.S l'tilt .Mf.VS NT. A II.
lHl.Mr.sTIC Y ANKKK NO TIONS, I
nosif.it v, (M.ovr.s, lit inn nTs,
COI.OUKL) A.MJ WIlITi: KIIAKCUS ANU;
I I, V'l'S.
WllITI-. AND tOI.OlU'.n MAIJSAl.r.S,
cit Ai'i: ni;itALii;.s,
I lil'.NCII. SCOTCH.
KNCI.1SII AM) AMKIUCAN I'IMNTS,
CIIAMllliAVS, ( l) T'l'li.N YAR.,'I ICKINC,
sTKifi'.i) siiiiiriNc. siii:i;'riN(irf,
(MOCKItlKS Or' ..A A'.VV.S, ( eery
I wonlil call llin nttenlion of I.nilicsot tnste lu
lay tisMirlllaMt "I
V ', Y NICK Dl! KSS (iOiipS, SU, KS I'li K.NCII
( llitj AN I 1KS, KollKS A I.KS, .lACCONKTS,
() K KA I, I.ACi: .MANTILLAS,
Just n-.-eivcJ from A. T. Siewarl's.
Sll'icf lV iCilf V 'ilVil Uilf! 1 I'lCI
r ........ J
Tin- IiL'Im si nrice ii.-ti.l in CASH for IM I 1 l.li
I'.ngli-li I : 1 irv S:ili tarnished ut cost lo llmsu
who sell luu liuiter.
JOHN' S. L0CKW00D.
.11 1 i.w.i i n 1:1: 1:1.04 u,
Main Slrift, Faincsvilli', Ohio,
Paiiusvillu. June 111, Itf.V.i. 4:l-tf
nimi ARliL ! ! !
rpiu: i Ni::itsi(ii:i) nuns td in-
.1 lona lin l'li.ai.is ami Customers, that he is
ic ceivin:; ins
which l.uve heen sel. eli d with great care express
ly tor ihc tnulo ol this viciiuiv. lit; Hues not ex
pect to sell nil the in this place, Ian il
Small Prelils and One Price will iinhn-e parelms
els In rail Ullil ex.'oninu hisllooils and I'm. es, he
nuns tiny will not no aw.iv ilissaiislieil. His
.-.lock w ill couiiri.e ull thu .New and Dc.iiiaWo
i,iii:s' i)i:i:s ;ooos,
Slcllu, Cnhiiiere, llrocha. Crape unci 'Thibet
til.oVK.S AND I10SIL11Y,
1 to v si; ii v. i'. iMNf! r ; do d s,
S T 11 A W P. ( N N K T S.
l'LAt.S & MIAKKUS;
Also, a Large Stock of'
Spring and Summer Goods
Tor .Men and floys Wear, viz :
ITfKNCII & KNIM.I.SII IlfiOADCLOTlLS,
I'LAI.N AND I'ANC'Y ('ASM M ; KS,
T W i: i: D S, S at iin 1. r.s. K 10 N'Tt.'C K Y,
JEANS.. I'ARMKKS'i; MIX'llAN
ItlcachiMl mill Uniivii 1.1 110 us,
COTTON A DICS, &c, &c, &o. ;
Ponims, Stripes, 1'lills, Ticking, rinoninl ffeavy
Slieelillgs, Colloll nrll. Curpei Warp. Wiekillg
told 'Twine. Al-to, 11 large ol 1 .allies' Sinies, lias
kias ami ( lailers. Children's Shoes, ami .Men 's anil
I (. v "n lloois anil Shoes. I 'mhrellns. Parasols, -.e..
nearly every vnrieiy 01 i.ootis
Ac. in hid. near v everv
inaally kei't in
. noj WILCOX.
VainosviUe, April 15, 18511. 4rt.t-t
li t .
is WAliV PAL'ER
lirsl-cluss retail store, lie will
he coniinually receiving throughout ihu neasoa
uddiiioiis lo his Slock of all tho
"v siikI Oi'sii-altlc 4oO(lt
wauled in this Couununily
F I ie I. I AN l 11 V i k i: s
MAIN MTIlieieT. PAlNKSVU.l.K, o.,
Uespecttiilly e:ill toe titlcutioii of one uud all
iheir lareo and well schvte.l stock of
l'uifr lluii'iitPis, UtinliTS, liii'ltiius, lixturi's
&c. Ke. Sen.
We have iu Store and aro in receipt of nil
New Styles us well as iho I lid flstahli.shcd favor
ites, and bci; to cull llio attention ot
and nil interested lo the beauty and desirableness
ot our Styles ami the Low Pticc at which they
be Sold. Let all call at ourSloreaiid look through
OUR SAMPLE BOOKS
and saii-ly themselves iu regard to our assertions.
Also, u full and complete assortment ,f
II ii u Ks, Sliilioiicry, l'miry Uuuils 'In sir,
liAVHN HACiiN CO. 'S PIANOS,
ai M net .s,
Painesville, April l.'i, IH:.;I. 4-:). if
LA A E CO., O 111 O.
Tills l'ritpi li-torn desiru to cull ihu ullt iilion
l rim ijrowtra lo lliu lulliiwiii-j l.icia: ur Mot
l Tret H is lur'c, t'liibiaciii all Uu; ltos
Vaiiitlii'iiifilm A'ilt, iVnr, I'luni, ( lu rry, Nee
lariiK, Apricot ruitl Qtiiuct-, Itoilt lliu okl ami new
varieties ot tlio (irapf, r'urrnnt, (iuo.flrrry,
llhu klieny. Kasplnny, Stniwln rry, Ac , c
AUo :i iari; fiss-ortmi iit ot' Kvtri i mis und (triia
iiKiiiul I'i.jwt'i iii4 f'-liriilid itnd i'lanis, IJiilliutis
Ktioi.-, vVc. A un at Vaiii'iy u( IJuhlias, iiou-H,
I'IiIo.mm. ClirybauilieiiiiiniK, Vr., c. All ol whii
are well iulapteit lo tlio Mtl ami clnimtu ot Noilli
rrn ( 'Itio, ami can lui turiiistit.'tt tit IjL'ss I'l iri'M
I halt tin' paid lor llio imtirrtlt'ti-ifiittt half Uiu,
hvztit turn that are fr,wml au.int thv vuunhy
thus,- irrefHHtiWeTrV IVilllll Jruiu Jlusttr'u
NiiimtM'. Il is a wi ll known laet, lliat lliou;
ainU ol ilollai- uro Itis-i every year in ihUSlatf,
ptiiei:iMn eastern lues, Voil have tho wtrnint
n uiu a 'eat that all m riLlii, ami he has y.nir m
mil, mill you may whittle lor the ilaniaes.
iniisL i ios aro iie.ir you; 'I'rerd can lu lalten
ti lui'ue (juaniiiy ot row itinl plantetl out aniii
so. hi us lo remit r tin ir living aliiitt-ii a eerlainiy.
Wo warranievery treo nnd plant lo ho Iruo to
ilfseripiioti !4iven,ttml il' any miiako flmulii
put, wo will loluud iho money or pay 1 1 il dun.
I'ersouB living nt n tUstanco i nn eluh toyietlirr
and avo n lurjjo ieri-enia;;e, hy purehrwm
wholesale prieos. vo will tumi-li A pplo Tiers
L'ooti M.e. Iroin $1J to $1 I per hitinhoil; lVat-h
Trtestrom $11) lo 1- per hundred, und oilier
thiii). in proportiuii. aee inline to tho tpiautiiy
ken at ono tune', tiur Uelail I riees lr hiiiu
tlllil ' ipianlitie tan he neon in our t'atalouo whieh
this l,r M!" '!M 7 1 " " , 1 ,
ni;e niiiin(M. 1111 uiiti i-.iiniiin uiu jhh i ui-it.ic
piircltasiu ebiwhere, und wo will endeavor
suiisiy you, both as price and ipiuliiy of 'Trees
Plains. s'pouits . h i;i;iso..
Painesville, July I, l.sj'.i. -pil-uil
NEW BOOK BINDERY
lis l'aiiie sville.
rpll I'. Siibsei ibei i, plensril 10 lllllioitnee
I lohiHold trieuds and acipiainiances in Puiucs
vilie and vicinity, ihul he has auiu locaied
hell ia Puinesvitle, lor thuparpiHu of carryitii;
iho uliove-uatned business. Hewitt hu ready
commence operation ihu lirst ol next week.
ftrr HINDieitY IN MAItSII I.I,S .view
UI.OCK, Second Floor. 'J'. WHIT AKKIt.
ltl.l'l;ltCNi IS :
Wni. I,. Perkins, J. K Scoticld, C. S. Ilarilutl,
Si ih Marshall. S. W. i'helps, I,. A. Porier,
Moodey, J. S. Alaillieivs. lr. S. Kosu, P. P.
V. C. Chainliera, A. I tiilleti, Christopher
I .Morse,'!'. Brooks, liev. 11. Webster, U K. Kiivoolds.
I Mar. as, WJ- 4SOU
11 W 1 1 J JPi
All peraona who are in an way Ow-
he; fir Cloihing or (ioods purchased of John Strohi
siiiee l enriiiii y ai, isn, me neieny
1.ILIII - ' --" . " , , ,1,1 '
untl tlmt I'nyo'onl forsuch luttubtedness must
made lo me, alter this Uuto
Chsrdon.July 16th, mi.
W. T. KEXFORD.
V H in i t ii vt;, Ca i'ic I s,
WILLIAM II ART,
VI.ili:S'ilc oiul Itcluil Denier ill
All kinds of Furniture,
Ko. 107, Water Street, Cleveland, j
has now un lianJ o largo A:coniiilete assorlincnt of
!tl:ttli AViilmit iiiul C herry
CIIMI'l'.lf SI'.TS, vniiuus styles,
I.I II N'lil'.S, nt u'.l prices,
M A'l'TI! ASSDS, cil Hair. Manilla, Kxcelsiur nnJ
Straw PI A NO S TOOLS,
Allot which toiler to 'lie pun-linsing community ol
Prices to Suit tho Times.
W.M. HAUT, No. 107 Water St.
LAP.ri: T, II RTAIN k WINDOW SHADE STOKE
'1 111. ONLY r.STAHLISIIMKN'T Ol'" TUB
hlNU IN OHIO.
Imvi: sto lines 1:10 rieieT I.ONCJ ir-
Voted exclusively to ihesaluol theuoovo jjooJs.
STORY No. 1
Is devoted lo the side of Oil Chillis, from 2 feet to
to-.M leet wide, inn! Hope and Cuuloii .Muttinys,
iM, 1 I, a-1 und h-l uiiie.
STORY Ni. 2
Is an immense ruinn, '-' i feel hiyh.ilcvoitul to 'Two
Ply nud Three-I'lv Carpels. Piano ami Tahlo
Covers, Mnis. '1'nhte Oil Cloths, otnir Carpets,
Slair Kuds, Carpel Sweepers, Ac, &c.
STORY No. 3
Is (Icvntfd to'l':ii)fvtrv Hnts.-( Is n n 1 Tnnr-Htry Vel-
v'( 1 'tii't9. If iii!", liitdy lirus-cl.4 Ctir;K'i! Lut fl
mill Alu-lin t'liitiiitis CtHliiii, Worsicil mid Sal in
1 I ;iiii:i -Uh. Cnrniri'H. (.'iirtiiitl Amu nnd Uu litis,
.('.inls und I'a.-.-cls. ( lultl Murdcrrd n lid ( uniitum
1Sliadr, Mi IV mill Whilo HnllumlH, (.'urluill I'lX
lures. l'lllM t 'l'u.-M'N. iVl!.t
STORY No. 4
i Is devoted to lK nipainl Cotioii C'arpets, Cheip
j Wool ilo., Druggets, Ciumb Clolhs. Pelt Cloths,
Cii.pei LiniiiL's, U:ig Carpels, Lisi und Yum Car
, pets, Dutch Wool do.. c, Ac.
I STORY No. 5
Is used ns an rpholstery and Sewing I'oom, for
the Making id Carpels, 1' llliny Shades mid Cor
nices, c, Ac.
aos. l!7 mill h!) SI PEUlOa STREET,
CROCKERY &. GLASSWARE
Tlnswovt la .V Co
CXA A. YD KA Ii TIIEX VA HE,
ins Fixtures, Lumps for Churches and Halls,
cc'Ti.ieiiY, lookim; ulassks, tkays,
Plated and Britannia Ware,
Anil a Kieal varioly of
fcr (inoili carefully Packed and Dcuvcklu at
THE Dl.l'liT l'lll KOl' ClI.'.Ri.K.
l'ot.O, l'.NSWOIt'TIl vtCo.,
Cor. of Superior and Seneca StH., Cleveland
April 15, lrt.V.I 4SJ-fmi
A-tteri tion !
Lewis, Kiiston iV
riAvi: i'i:m:i in tiikir jikw
I I. N'ltlld.',
jo. il3.ii'lle ISlock,
and are prepared lo exhibit a complete ntsscrt
I'OIWKJ.X A.Vl) DOMESTIC
13 ry Groocls,
lo i hich the utteuiioii of ihose in I leauen County
and v icinity, who pinehie in C'levehind, is
hi nii ihtt. 'Tlicir block huvinii been
under ilie mo.-l favorable au.-nices,(. '
tlu in to ive I 'Ilie T IIAIUiAlNS, iu u
asMorluieiit ol Movcliiesin
Drexs (wimI.i, Luwii, Bernrjes, French
Jaconet, Onmidie Holies, Ladies'
Trui'dini Dress Quods, Chintx
JiriUiants, worth .00 eta., for
SI eta.; Col' d do. north
1 J rij., for icts.
FANCY SI I ,KS, of the newest and most
p'lllerns, somo at Tal cents per yard.
Hf. VCK SO US,
IllSC1101T"Scelehraied make; Oil lloiled
dc Khiue, oood ipialuy,at jo cents per yard.
S II A XV I. N.
srieLLA, i;i:iicii, c vsiiii:rae,TiiiiueT,
Clt APie, &o , &c,
not si: i i umsium; coons,
A IHMII) A.SSOUT Alie.VP '7i.u.
Sucttuif, iJ'tm isli, y.ifi.uts, Di'ijlrn, K-c.t
.vun i: coons
Of every description. NANSOOKS. plain
cheeked; dolled and plain SWISS JACi INKTS:
checked CA.MIiKH'; luured lilill.l.lA.NTS.
llmhrmtlcred S, Hit, Mt,untiit .SVr., Mittlm
or,., J'rttuli l.'itliirit,
I.iiees.'l'i iiiniiinus, liiilton-,.Vc., A.C.,
A LA lit IK STOCK, to which v invite
Brown und JJlcuched Sheelini and Shirt
iiiys, Summer Stufx,for ('vats and
J'unts, Linen Drills and
Dueks, Clutlis, Cussi
meres uud Vesting,
iiosueitv, i;i.ovi:s ami .hits,
und a uieo ussortuient of
'TooLthrr with a I.AKOie I.OT OF OTlIieK
Ul II IPS, too numerous lo mention.
t'urthnittit u lit limt tine ffrmt ntlmutttge
etirthiff from tut e tt,cl,, ut Inwr uu Otil tood
tushuu'.oa Smfk bfiitt! ICnthfly iVu.
Liitvis. i;asto a co
MAKni.t: SroiiE, No. Dl St rcmcm St
Cloveland, Juiiu TSSrt. 411
Tiik iini)i:sk;ki) ha vi: this
listh day ol April, IHjfl.) dav entered
CO.l'AltT.MlUSIHP lor ihu PR Ai'TlLT) of
I. AW in llio various Courts 111 Ccuuya County,
Ohio, under the iinire of
F0RRIST and SMITH.
We shull (livo exclusive attention 10 the
of our prolessiou, and nuo orttoth memliersof
the firm may at nil times be found iu ouroflice
Chard.in. Mr. Smith is Prosecuting Attorney
said County, and Notary Public. Mr. Korrist
practice. In the I'niteil Stale. Courts, for
Northern District nf Ohio. A share of public
i. rcsertl'ully solicited.
W. O. KOHKI.s II, K. SMITH
April 22th, ltfW, 481-tf
It Is ft fact that, nt ome period, vcry rnfm- i
bcrof tho huiiiaii faiinly is suhject lo iliseaso
or disturbiinco of tho bodily functions; but,
With tlio aid of a good tonic and tho cjerciso
of plain common sense, they may bo ablo bo to
regulate Iho Bystcra as lo sceuro permanent
health. In order to accomplish this desired
object, tho true course lo pursue Is certainly
that which will prodaco a natural Btato of
things at tho least hazard of vital strength nnd
life. For this purpose, Dr. Hosteller has in
troduced to this country n preparation bearing
his namo, which is not a new medicine, but ono
that lias been tried for years, giving eatisfao
tioa to nil who havo used it. 'llio bittern
operato powerfully upon llio sloninch, bowels,
nnd liver, restoring them to a healthy nnd
vigorous action, and thus, l y llio simplo pro
cess of strengthening nature, enable the eys-
tcm to triumph over disease.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nail-
nctt, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or nay Uilii us
Complaints, niising from a morbid inaction
of the btcmach or llowels, producing Crumps,
Dysentery, Colic, Chulura MuruuD, &c, these
Hitters have no cipml.
Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con
tracted by new settlers, nnd caused principally
by the change of water nnd diet, will bo speedily
regulated by a brief use of this preparation
Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably more
prevalent, in nil its various forms, than any
other, and the caiiBO of which limy always
be attributed to derangements of the digestive
organs, can bo cured without fail by using
HOSTieTTieil S STOMACH lilTTLUS, as pel
directions on the bottle. Fortius disease every
physician will recommend Hitters of some kind ;
then why not use an article known to be infal
lible ? All nations have their bitters, as a pre
Tuutivo of diseaso ami strenct heller of tho sys
tem in general; nud nmong them nil there is
not to be found a moro healthy people than
tho Germans, from whom this preparation ema
nated, based upon scientific experiments which
have tended to prove tho valuo of this great
preparation in the scalo of medical science.
Fkvkk ami Aoue. This trying and provok
ing disease, which lixes its relentless grasp on
tho body of man, reducing him to a mere sha
dow in a short time, and rendering him phy
sically and mentally useless, can be driven
from tho body by iho use of HOSTETTER'S
KENOWNieD HITTERS. Further, none of tho
above-stated diseases call bo contracted, even
in exposed situations, if tho liittcrs nro used
as per directions. And us they neither crcato
nausea nor oll'end the palate, and render un
necessary any chnngo of diet or intcyuption
of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep
end healthy ingestion, mo compiumi is re
moved as speedily as is consistent with tho pro
duction of a thorough nnd permanent cure.
For Perttmi in Advanced Van, who nro
suffering from nil enfeebled constitution und
infirm body, theso Itinera lire invaluablo ns a
restorative' of strength nud vigor, nnd need
only bo tried to bo appreciated. And to a
mother while nursing these Hitters nia indis
pensable, especially w here tho mother's nour
ishment is inadeipiato to the demands of the
child, conscnuontly lier strength must yield,
i and here it is where a good ionic, sucb. as
Hosteller's Stomach Un ters, is ueeacu to imparl
temporary strength nnd vigor to tho system.
Ladies should by nil means try this remedy
for all cases of debility, and, before so doing,
Bhould ask their physician, who, if he is
acquainted with the virtue of the Hitters, will
recommend their uso iu all cases of weakness.
CAUTION. Wo caution tho public asruiust using
any ol tho many liuliulions or counterfeits, but ask
for IIosrr.TTEK'a Cti.r.nnATKD Stoiiacii Bittubs,
and oo that each bottle baa tho words "Dr. J.
Hosteller's Stomach Hitlers" blown on tho lido
of tho bottlo, ntul ntnnipcd on tho metallio cup
covering the cork, and observe that our autogruph
signature is on tho label.
f Prepared and sold by HOBTETTEH &
BMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by alt
druggists, grocers, and dealers generally
throughout the United btatoa, Canada, South
America, and Uormany,
Tor Suln by A. COOK, nnd JOHN
MCMOI.H. ii, dilution,
und tiv I irueiiists and Dealers generally.
Juii. a, 1B5U. n'J-Iyin&on
TIIK ONLY AUTICLK
UNRIVALLED IN MARKET,
HOME and EUROPEAN
TIIK REASON WHY. IS THAT BV N
I turu'ri own proee.'s it rns (ores iho ha lural
eolor permanently nt'ier the Hair hecotney iir;y
tupplieH the natural lluifli-.auil thus inn ken ttruw
tuilniUl he-ill?1, removes all ihmiliult', itehino; miii
heat Iinlil (ho i-c;ilp,((iiiets anil lonp-i up thu nerves,
ami thug cures all iri vous lienilaulte, and in ny
relii-tl upon to mil! all ili-e:.sea if ihu scalp a
liaii; il will slop ami keep il Iruni tailing oil;
MttAt'i it sif'tt iltnni(, hmlfliij uud Immttlul-, and
used hy tho youiifi luu nr threo time!" a week,
will never tall or heeoimi gray; then, reader, lead
thu lolly will'; and jude tor yuuthelves.:
Nt.w Voiik, Jan. 8, 18!j3.
.MISSUS. O. J. WiMU) & CO.,
(ieiiileinen: Having heanl a good deal nhou
l'ioleor Wood'H lluir lieyiorativo, and my hair
ht intjiiite rny, I made up my mind U tay abide
the prejudices which I, in oommou with a gieni
many person-, had nuim-t ull manner of patent
inodiciues, ami n short limu n;;o 1 comtnenccd
ujiin your article!, to tei it tor my sell.
'1 he rc.-ult lias been to very t;iu.-l;iclory that
am glad 1 dhl do, uud in jnsiico to you as well
tor ll o encouragement ol other who may he
ray as I was, hut who, having my prejudice
without my rea-oiid lor selling it atiiie, are un
willing to give your Uetorative a lair trial until
they liuvo luiilier proof, and the best proot bfiuf
ocular dcmoitra.iou, 1 wrote you this letter
you may s-lmw to any such, and also direct them
to nn1 !ortiuiher proof, who urn in and out of
N. V. W'iio Kailin K-stahlilitni'ul every flay.
!ly hair is now its natural color nnd much
in appearance eery way, being glos&ier
and thicker and much more beulihy looking.
am, Yours, Kct-pecilully,
Cor. Cokni'bia and Carroll St., litooklyu.
INviSliiN, Aia., IVh II., S'ii.
I'ltoF. Wuou; Dear .ir: Your Hair Kcstoru
live haM done much uood in this par' id' ilie ouu
iry. My hair has been lihily diminishing
several yeaia, caued, I tuippoH', from u sliuhl
hum when 1 was tin infant. 1 havo been usin'
your Hair Kestoraiive tor hix weeks, uud 1 i'mdl
have a tine bead of hair now grow injj, ufior Imv
inji ueil all oilier remedies known, lo no rtFeet.
I think i the most valuable reundy nuw extant,
and advise all who uro ulllicttd that way louse
You can publish this if you think proper.
S. W. MIUDLKTON.
Villi. AIM I, PUIA, Sept. 0, 1.')7.
Prof. Vnonl ear Sir: Your Hair lieslorativf
is proving itsell beut licial to mo. The Iroiit
aloo the hack part ot my head almost lost iis cov
ering was in tad iui.h. 1 have Used but three
bull pint bottles of your Restorative, uud now
top ol my head is well nf added w itli u prumi-iuj;
crop of yntu hair, and (he front is also receiving
its be nr ii'.. 1 havo tiK.d oihiT preparations wiili
inn any benefit whatever. think from my own
persouul lecomiuenilatioii, I cun inuucu litany
olheri. to try it. Your, renpectiullv,
1. K. THOM S, M. D,
So. 4h 'iuo Stroei.
The Ket-torntive in put up iu boltl 0of INii-'a,
vi.: larjie, inediuui and small; the small holds k
pint, uud retails for one dollar per bottle; the me
dium holds at h ast twenty per cent, more in pro
portion than the small, retails for two dollars
bottle; tho largo holds u quart, 10 kr cent, moro
in proportion, niul retails tor Ll per bottlo-
t. J. WOOIKV CO., Proprietor, JIJ, J3road
way, Xew York, (iu the greut N. Y. Wire Kuil
ing Kaiublishiueui) and 1 J 1, Murkel St., ft. U)U
And sold by nil good IUugisO ami V a n c
Good Deuh rs. U00 Uui
VFIN'E assortment just receivoJ. Also Ken-.
dull's Thermometers, nt
J. NICHOLS1 DKUO STOKE.
Chardon, June 21, 1D9. 4'J3if
OaTTZTTnE, COAKSE, and DAISY,
WILKINS t KELLEY.
roa the m" euai of
Idtprmllteat Fever, or Fi ver tad Aue,
llcmittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Agne, Periodical Headache, or Billon.
Headache, and Bilious Fever., indeed
for the wholo ems. of disease, origi
nating in fcilinrr derangement, caused
Vr th Malaria of miasmatic countries.
No on. Tomedy i louder called for by the
necwutic. of the American poople than a sure
ondfcafe cur. for Fercr and Ague. Such
w. are now enabled to offer, with perfect
certainty that it will eradicate the disease,
and with assurance, founded on proof, that
no harm ean arise from iu uso in my i"-an-
That which protects from or prevents this ,
. r :
disorder must nc oi immense wriico m w.
orr.miinitios where it prevails, t'rnmtian is
better than cur., for the patient escapes the
rik which he must run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This "Ctm" expels
the miacinatic poison of Fnvia and Ague
from the smtcm and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
r.,.b nf its nrcmonitury symptoms. It is
not only the best remeiW ever yet discovered
for this class of complaints, hut also the
cheapest. The lnre cuantitv we supply for
a dollar brings it within the reach of every
body; and in bilious districts, where Fsvia
aho Aora prevails, every body should hare it
and use it freely both for euro and protection.
It is hoped this price will plaeo it within the
reach of all the poor as well as the rich. A
..nut kiiiierioriiv of this reined v over any
other ever discovered for the spetdy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent, is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro
duce, no quinism or other injurious directs
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured
by it are left as healthy as if they had r.vver
had the disease.
Fever and Asueis not alone th. consequence
of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of
disorders arive from its irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache,
blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection cf the
Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in th. llowels, Colic,
Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach,
all of which, when originating in this cause,
put on the intermittent type, or become period
ical. This " Cuna " expels the poison from
the blood, and consequently cures thcin all
alike. It is an invaluable protection to imiiu-
grants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken
occasionally or daily while exposed to the in
fection, that will be excreted from the system,
and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity
to ripen into d.seas. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than cure, and few will
ever sulfer from Intermittents, if they avail
themselves of tho protection tliis remedy af
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO,
are to composed that disease within (lie raritte of
their action can rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties search, and tie an he,
and invigorate evrry portion of the human orjnn
isin, correcting iis dioeased action, and re tori nu
lla healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these
properties, the invalid ttIio is bowed down with
(tain or physical dcliliiy is astonished to find his
lealth or energy restored by a remedy at once so
simple and uniting.
tot onlr do they cure the every-day complaints
of every body, but nlno many formidable and
dangerous diseases. The agent below named is
pleased to furmih gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cures and directions
for their use in the following complaints: Com tit'
nes, lUarthurn, Headache uri$iny Jrom dttordertd
Stomach, Xuutta, Indigt&tioHy J'utn in and Morbtd
inaction of the JJoic!, Flututency, Lost of Appe
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints,
arising from a low state of the body or obstruction
of its functions. They are an excellent alterative
for the renovation of the blood and the restora
tion of tone and strength to Uio system dobiliutcd
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
TOE TIIE Ijrill CVHE OF
Conghs, Cold., Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Conump.
tion, and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients iu advanced stage of the
So vide is the Arid of its usefulness and so nu
merous are the cases of its cures, thst almut
every section of country abounds in persons pub
licly known, ho have been restored from alarming
d cren desperate diseases of the luns by its
use. When once tried, its superiority over every
other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape
observation, and where its virtues are Known, the
public no longer henitate what antidote to employ
for the di.trenbing and dangerous affections of the
pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate.
While many inferior remedies thrust upon llio
community have fulled and been discarded, this
has framed friends by every trial, conferred benefits
on the atllitli'd they ean never forget, and pro
duced cures tuo numerous and too remarkable to
B. J. C. A1ER Sc CO.
General Agent lor 1'cniigti county,
Oar-Hold also by Dr. .Thiin Xicuhln, Cliurilnn, and
t'li.i-u & C'l.tvti.AMi, E. Claridon.O. 4liJ-ly
ilisi riniion of their condition, tune, occupation,
habits oi lile, Jfcc.,) and in case ot extreme povcr-
ly to i- riiaiii .ur.iii i.ir.n r itr.i.,
i II AKI.l:. It is needles lo add that llio Asso
ciiuioii eoiiiuiands the highest Medical Skill ol iho
ago, and will lurnish the iiicst npproved modem
, il. ,. t i-i
1 no i nreciors oi nie rtwmniumn, in uioir .-vii-
iiuiil Hcpoii upon iho ireainient of Srxuul l)is-
cases, Inr iho year ending January 1st, ISj-i ,
A Denrvotent Institution, cstubltlitdliij special en
domnrntjor the rtlitj of lite sink and diitress
id, itjjliclcd wilh 'intteul uhd L'i
TIIK IIOWAIt!) ASSOCIATIOV, IN
view ol the uwlul destruction ol huiiiaii life,
caused by Sexual Discuses, and tho deceptions
practiced upon iho unkirtiinatu victims ol such
diseast'3 by tjuacks, several years ngo direeied
their Consulting Surgeon, us u Clinritiible Aet
worthy ol their name, to open a I lispcnsury lor
lliu Treatment ol this C lass of Discuses, in all
tnoir Inrins. and in eivo .11 1.II1CA I. ADVICl".
(ilt.VTlS to all who may apply by lelier, wilh a
exiiress the buniest suiisimciiuii wiiii ilie success ,
which has alien. li d ihu labors ol the Consultiii
Surgeon in ihu cure of Spcriiiatorrhiea, Seminal
Weakness, Impotence, liniiorri.ii a, tilcci, Syphil
lis, the viuovl 1 Inaui-m or Sell-Abuse, ie., and
order a coittiuuunce of the sumo plan for llio en
The Director. on a review oi tno past, iceias-
sured that their labors ill ibis sphere of 'benevolent
Hurt, have been ol great bench! to Ihe utllicteil,
especially to the young, and they have resolved lo
devote tliemseives, wnn reiiewcu zcui, 10 mis very
important but luucn uespiseu cause.
An admirable liepori on Spermotorr' na, or,
, ii, i i-.r; in.,...;.... -
rMkiuiuai eaiviii'ss. ino itn 'uunisiu, .Husiur
bulinii or Seli-Abiise, and oilier Discuses ol the
Sexual Organs, hy the Consulting Surgeon, which
will be soul by mail, (iu a sealed letter envelope,'
free of vltttrpe, on receipt ol lino stumps lor post
age. Other Keporls and Tracts on tliu naturo
and treatment of Sexual Diseases, Diet, A c., are
C'liisiainly being published fur gratuitous distribu
tion, and will be sent to the ulllicted. Some of
Ihu now remedies and methods oi treatment dis
covered during the lust year, are of great vuluo.
Address, fur Ifenorl or iieutinent, Dr. Uf.O.
It, CAI.IIOI'N, Consulting Surgeon, Howard
Association, No- 'I South Ninth Street, Philadel
phia, Pa. Hy order of the Directors,
I.'ZltA D. If EAKTWELL, President.
(Iho. Pairi lin n. Secretary.
October iu, lii7. 559-ly
i I, A ltd E Assortment of TRUNKS, VAL-
lsl's anA I'ANCY HAT andJ10'NET
BOXES, on hand by
Nov. Ii. WILKINS &. KELLEY.
a GOOD Asortment of LADIES' DOMESTIC
CALP liOOTLES. warranied lo suit, by
in VV1LKLNS & KELLEY
0"". ul$SAV LLEY.
"'The roots and leaves will be for tin healing of
R. J. LYONS, iho celebrated Indian Herb
Doctor, can be consulted at the followisg
every in inlh, durina 1HM-60 i
Cleveland, Ullico 113 Ontario street, smith sld
Iho Public Npinro.over Hlair'. feed Store.
Ulico days in Cleveland, ns follows i lst,'.'d, I lib,
I full. J I th. L'.'mIi. liulh nnd 31st.
ivrmin. l'rentHn House, each month, 3d & 4 lb.
kron. Cnioiie House. do
Mnssillou, American lintel, do
Canton, Franklin IIoiibo, do
Warren, linskil House, do
Klvria, llecbu House, do
f.lh &. full;
7ih &. Hth.
9lh fii 10th.
13th &. Hill.
Kith &. 17th.
UmIi & 19th.
20i II tV 21st.
20(1 i. "3d.
27ih It 2Hih.
2'Jih &. 30IU.
Norwiilk, American House, tlo
vuc, l lekerl's Hotel, do
'remon, Keller's Hotel, do
sville, Cowles' House, do
Chnrdon, Chase's Hotel, do
SCr.Maxiui smelly nitliercd to
I eivc such bihns as have no strifa
With nnluro or the Inws ol lite t
Willi blood my hands 1 never sinirt,
Nor poison men lo ease their pnnt.
IS A PHYSICIAS INDEED, WHO I'l'IlES!
The Indian Herb Doctor, R. J. LYONS, cure,
lollowinu complaints, in llio most ousliuat
staucs of Iheir existence, viz I
Uncases of tho Throat, Lungs, Ilonrt, l.iver,
t?iomach, Droi'sy in 'be Chest. Rheumatism,
Neuralyin, Tits or l'allling Sickness, and
ull other Neivous llcranpements.
Also, nil Dicn'cs of the lllootl,
em h as Scrofula, Prysielris,
Cancers, Fever Sore.,
Anil nil oilier complicated Chronic Complaint..
All forms of 1 emiile Dilliculuts oticudcd la
with iho happiest results.
It is hoped that no ono w ill desnnir or a cur.
until they havo given the Iinlinn lleib Doctor'.
.Medicines a fair and tnithtul trial. ItTDiiring
llin Doctor's travels in Lurnpe. West Indies, East
ladies, South America nnd the I'n'ucil Slates, Ii.
has been Ihc iusirumcnt in lioil's hand, to leslor.
health nnd vigor thousands who were given up
nnd pronounced incurable by iho most eminent
lid School Physicians ; nay more, thousand, who
were on the verge of the crave, ore now living
MH.NI'Mr.NTS lo Ihc Indian Herb Doctor's skill
nnd successful treatment, nnd are daily exclaim'
he' "lllesfed he ihc day when first wc saw and
puriook ol iho Indian Herb Doctor's Medicine.'
Suiisfnclory relcrcnees of cures will ho, gladly
and cheerfully given whenever required.
'Tho Doctor pledge, his word una honer thai Ii.
will in nowise direcily or indirectly ill luce or coiisa
any invalid to tnko his medicine., without th.
atriuigesi probntiili y of a cure.
lienif niher, coiisiiltntion and advice free. Th
poor shall he liberally considered.
rt-i-l'ostllllico address, box '2hl'.3.
K. J. LYONS, M. D.
Blond Puniicr and Blood Pills.
WIll'X OK. IlOIt.U'K.tiie celebrated
wti.'isli I'liysii'inn, inlroiluccil his Blood
riirillor nml Hlood l'ill in tho 1'iiitt-d Ktales, h
sot lurth in phiin lutiaunyo tl'ir ttiraiive proer.
ties. '1 liia wna yeiirs ayo. The task of recom
nieniliii!: thi'in h issiiieo been tukrn cut oj Mil tiiniis.
I'liliylueiiud moil whose elinrneler lor sound jucle.
tuc nf n ml pluhii-iiphy, sivcs iheir opinions weight
in the community, nun who olwerve, reflect, nml
iiinlio " iidsnrnnce doubly sure" beloro lin y deeid.
me everywhere upprovini nnd urging Ilie use of
iheMi wiinili'iliil preparations. All who confide iu
the wisdom mid hiihc.-i.yil ihisclnsH.or who chosa
lo iiivv,'tit!:itu lor tlicuisclves uro now ofonf mind
on thi impnrtiint suhject.
Dr. Kohnclt inviies the uttcntion of the sick lo th.
from nionibers of the medical profession, editor, of
public journals, well-known nierehniitsnnd Farm
on, and Ladiosof liiuhiglicst rcspeclnbility, giving
accounts of exiriiordinury cures wrotijilu by th.
remedies, uf which ciiren they ihemselves wer.
These nariics may bo consulted personally or by
ettor, by those who hiivo any doubt upon ill. sub
ject. The evidence in I ho pussossion of Dr. Ko.
buck, which in at all times accessible lo th. public,
esltibli&Iictt the following
I 'ACTS ;
That the Risiod I'i riiieu und Dlco. Fiut her
been proved by uuulysis to
Ciin lain no Minernl ;
That they cure ihc ulmost universal complaint,
with tuierriiit; ct'i ttiiulit, uud ill a very short tim.
I'liul uliur all other medicines haveuroved utnlrim.
Ihev relievo l.iver Complaints,
and reuorc llio health and strength of th. sufferer.
That SICK l'lJ.VI.VLIlS.
who havo languished for years in helpless weak
ness and despondency, recuperate with great
rupidily under iheir invigorating operation. That
all sexual disabilities are removed by iheir cordial
iindgoiuly Hiiinulatiii!! proper lios.Thui ihey recruit
shuttered Count i tut ion,
however they may havo been tiifled wilh and
abused -, thai their direct tendency is lo lengthen
lile.and render itenjoyublo. Thul,operniini; direct
ly upon the finistm vl dmeuiie in Ilie btocd, they
CtiiiMt soon to Hetil,
which deslroy iho Constitulion.
uud discharge-from iho system, every taint of Sera.
liila, w heihor herediiary or otherw ise. That the
Itoeiuit tliu Deblliliited,
and lliat there is 110 disease of the Stomach autf
llowels, the l.iver, iho "Vervous System iho Skin,
tilands or Muscles, iu which Ihey do not giv.
fironipl rtlir, and, if administered befor. th. very
ciladi l of liie has been invaded, rtfcrl a painless
and wrtct care.
Hear' in mind that llio SCANDINAVIAN
VEUETABLK lil.OOL) PILLS are endorsed by
iho experience of thousands ol living witnesses,
who, in letters, nlliilavits, medical works, and by
word ol mouth, proclaim them to be ihe very bes
preparation of the kind ever offered to the broken
down victims of ill health. They hunt disease
through every nveune and organ of the system,
und to expel it thoroughly and permanently.
No o'ie can doubt their superiority after .nt
single trial ihey are not only bettor but, in f.ci,
cheaper than uny oilier 1'illn, for il takes a l.s.
number of them lo produce a better efleel.
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable lilood Purl.
her, frl per bottle, or 65 per hull' dozen. Of lb.
Scuiidiuvian Vegetable Blood Pills, !5 cent, per
, .' .".v..-i si iiiiiuiuv ouu ramtiy
.-iiviscr, couiaiumg n great variety ol interesting
and valuable Medical information, csn b. had
oralis ol any of his Agents tlirouehout lliecnuntrv.
in uiuiciui or compucaicu cases, vr ItobacK
may oo eoiisuneu pursonauy or oy leuer, .nclos
box. or f boxes for 61.
Head Dr. Knback e Special Notice, and Certifi
cates, published in a conspicuous part of thisl'sper
trom lime to lime.
Dr. liobnek's Medical Almonoc and Family
in one stami) lor iho renlv.
Principal Uliieo und Sule Rooms, No. 6 F..t
Fourth Street, 3d building from .Main Street, Ciu
cinuuli.O. Laboratory in Hammond Street
l'or Sale in jieauga County by A. Cook, Char
ilon ; J Smith, Thompson it'ro.SADi.rn.Parkrfiani
(.' W. liAKlitrr, Monlville ; and by Druggist, and
.Mercbauls generally throughout the Union,
Tin: urcnET infirmit-ifs of
YOUTH and MATURITY,
Just Fublisheil, Grutis, 25th Thnuaaadl
A FEW WOKD3 ON THE ItATIONAI.
T K H A T WEN T, williout Medicine, s i
Sperninloriheii, or Local Weekneea, Noc
In r ti til liniifcMOiit., t:'ii ilal and Nervou. I'.,
biliiv. Premature Decov ol I lie Svsicin, Ins..
tt'ut y, and Impediuienis lo Marriage generally
UY I). II. Uli LA Mil. W. D.
The Important Fact that ihe many alartilna
coinplaiius, originniing in the Imprudence an
Solitude of Youih may Be epsiiy removed wnm
' ....n..Fi-u 1 in line sniuIZ Irnet kmiiv Ham.
onsirulvd; and ihe eniiicy iiewaiidliigaysuccas
III treatment, as adopted by the Author, fuUy w
puiued, by nieuns ot which every one i. enabed
to cure uiMsn.r perleclly and at the least powtbl
COSi, ihcrcuy avoiding all the advertised Not
trums of Ihe day.
Sent lo any address, gratia and post free in a
.en led envelope, by remitting (post paid) 2 post,
age Slumps to Da. B. D. DE LANEY,
88 East Slat 6tre.t,N. Y. Oiry.-496-m
WANTFI, Sheep Pelta.Grain, Dul.tr, Raw?
and Cheese, for which w. will pay th
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