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National Democratic Ticket.
h...' o ifOR.PBElDKIiry.,.,,,;.. .!r?
HORATIOEyMOUR,
OF NEW VOHK.
of raissocJHi.
Sleetots eti Prpstfeat u4 .a. President
SI A ORIAI. BLBCTORS A LA KOI,
RHFTTS P- RANUKT. of Canting.
HUGH J. JEWETT, of Mukingum.
Tt fl ' T F S'STB OT BLBCrMlJL f - f :i T
Vliil tiiii-jOHN B JfeTJP.of M.mOtni - ,
(-Mitt 'Af-KOSL'. NOBMiof,HMnntpn,:
- w. Huun.of Montgomery t
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WILLIAM J.JACKSON, of Miami.
ISAIAH HI I.LARS, of Allen.
MICHAEL H. DAVIS.nf ClM-Tiont.
5th
Sth
. W,M. J. 4LKT4 VDKF, of Greene.
U.EARL.r?; WPPLETON. of DelaH
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th " AOOLPH. KRAEMER. of Ottawa.
loth ANDREW ROAOrf. or Wood.
Hth " EZRA V. DEaN. ot Lwrenea.
th " JOSEPH J. GRBEH. of Hike.
l.h - CRARLKH KOLLKTT. pf Lieklne-.
14th " HOU.STOS H. POPPLETO . cf JLo-1
Vith - -IsTaC STANLEY. of Athena. I
1Mb - ABRAHAM W. PATRICK, of Tui-i
mi, Ti o?i7kl PtfcClA'MSj'eF Carroll !
Wth - OEOROE WKIMKK. of Summit.
lth " MATT. BIRCHARD. of TrombnU.
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Gold closed In New York yesterday at
133.
National Democratic Ticket. The Black Test.
"7 do solemnly swear that I accept the dvit
and polHicftl iaif,f men
not to attempt 'derive any person i
and agree
i or persons.
on account of race, color or previous condition
. iyStPt fl cftf rUfri, privilege, or im
munity enioyed by any other class of men. So 1
kelp me God." Southern Badical Carpet Bag
Constitutions.
Speaking Out in Meeting.
A correspondent ot tbe Journal, writin
hj8irnteh&fc8ifotratin rtftttoen
was a large Republican meeting In Tem
plar Hall the preceaing evening; that "it
.,faa a gathering of jthe fctudenta ,pt Ov -Wr i
University ;n that "the evening was a de4 -lightful
one. and the remarks of the speak
era were very goodnd appropriate, and
pictured oat the Democracy as it too and '
as It is to s X-s-Ti 1 so ,
One of these speakers, whose remarks,
wscordUji. to thiscorrespondent, were "
-iery gWd- and Appropriate,"' "calleoVthe
Irish people (we use tbe language of the
Jora JBorrespondeutJ,. 'ignoramuses
and 'dirty dogs.' " This speaker spoke the ,
sentiments ot the party. They all feel so'
toward the ris'irn' maEter phi(T-they may
say to the contrary, rne corresponaent;
deprecates this, kind . e.talk, lnrPelawarei "
. , S -f I . t
oecause it -is trooiisa aeyoBa extreme, ana
the offense Is unpardonable to the Irish citf
lz?n4 fj,;tbelr fpwp7iDamtieh as '-several j
of the very best of their race" in that place
"are good and f althuV Republicans." I
We suppose tha M ltfaeBe-"very best of:
their race" were not Republicans, he woul4
be willing to allpw this speaker's atatementi
- ftisf-flie Irish "people are ,lgnoranmus' and
'dirty dogs,'' " go-nrebuked. I
' p Ilftwcan njanjO JlsU birth vote for
party, the leaders and masses of whtch-hol
Speaking Out in Meeting. He Denies It.
-t Scvqxijn OoiJAxroi-.theeve:of the
ajelectlOV-d6niesg,lhei rdth of ;heidftw:
Kothiflo;, speech. we .published .yesterdajf
from the Vincennes (fnd.) Sun. .
f Some! Oiie ai'ace; he denTeaie 'hav)nj(
' "been a' Know' Nothing.-4 The' act'J was"
proved oi; jiia We-provedijt on him fromj
the columns of the Journal.
Within -lwoA weeks' he 'denied "tfiat he
0 jwrote,ia-1852. prorelaverj letters In favor
f Greseril Scott; to thZtsvUlirVorier,
Pjajc iap prove, hef barge jbrepyb
lishing his letters and fastening the charge
fcpoa b-fmxv5. :,!PA i
- It may be that Mr. Colfax- did not speak
the speech that he denies, although the'edi.
.vi torof-. the Vincenves . Sun says' he- did. c J
V , Liars ae not to. be, believed, even though
'-. they speak the truth. -
The Radical Minority Party.
I : "'The Presidential "election, "the' year Jhe
Radicals gained power by the election of
Ijk coix, sho wed that party la a iearful
T4 inlnorltv in the DODnlar vote.' ''." i
,m , The popular vote stood:
Per Stephen A. DodcIm.:
Por John C Braokinridge
otbibAm linoolni'i
..........i,m.i57
t47.95J
580.631
i. ' .hi '
J.453.T41
..'.i...i.8e,t5j
Majority acainal Linxjoln. .'.'.''...... "......'. -947,980
OjjeaTfyOBe'rfillion votes in a minority'
yet, by Democratic divisions the Radicals!
gained the contest, and the result was war,'
and the result is a divided Union, higbJ
taxes, enormous debt,and corruption spread:
all over the land: ' u j'
V The Democracy are now united fot 'the
1 "coftntrr, andill redeem If to-day " j
1848 1868—Then and Now.
Remember, Democrats of Ohio, that'
tweBty ! years ' ago this year, you were
beaten at tbe first election in October, but
;.yOti tallied and carried the State for a Dem
en oeratio President General Lewis Cass!
li, by over. sixteen thousand majority. What
j'Tias been done once can "be done again,
Repeat in 1S68 the glorious result of 1S43,
1 and Sjtmoub l the next President the
Union will be restored the taxea of the
jeople lessened and peace on earth and
i( good, will to man take the place of corrnp
jt'P0 in Office Constitutions trampled upon;
-nd hate incalcated between different sec-:
tions of a now dissevered Union. - -" j
What Has Not Yet Been Proven.
f' it har not yet been proven', and we are
convinced that U can not be proven, that',
Ju'age'PcGHJhas issued any fraudulent;
Naturalization papers. The men who
hold Naturalization - papers with Judge;
. Pdgb's signature are legal voters, unless
they have got possession of , them, through!
fraudulent means on their part. No man'
I'shotUd be deterred lrotn going to the polls:
- aid .voting who is entitled to do so
As soon as you read this go to the Polls and
TPteV .Take - your ' neighbors with you,
rspead the day. orasmuch thereof as you!
! can possibly' spare from your business, at
' the polls aad in getting out the entire Dem-i
'! ocratio yota of the city., . ' u .' ;
Remember that one vote may elect Skt-J
mods and Blair. Give that vote early in
"the morning.''.. :;i . ' t'.'..Vi,V-'i -,';- m
White Boys in Blue.
You foCight for the country daring the
rAr.-fTou have a battle for the Union on
ihand to-day.i.Po your work bravely, and
MA night repose' on-the victory you have J
Sialhed ,by!': youf, courage 4 without ; blood
shed. Move on the doublequlck against
the RadiM.aliHlonlai.Vj , -,; j
Push on the Column.
The time for argument ?ha passed the j
tinfe-ror'tIbnIs now. "Put your own ,
shoulders to the wneet irray to uoa ior
uccejs, and Push on the column,"
The Duty of Judges of Election
The Duty of Judges of Election Touching Negroes.
Sectlob 10 6f thejeeneral election lavf,
May 3,852, provMes thaVthe 4jr
to whom any ticket shall be delivered,
shall, Mpoo tha or ly tafeolrproaott noo
with an avdible Voice the name of the
elector; and If no objections be made to
hint; and the Judge be satisfied that the
irtectofiaa'citiaeaoi toe Unite 8tat anj
legally entitled, afxording.to the Constitution
and laws ol this State, to vote at the elecf
tloa, ha shall Immediately pu the, "ticket
in the box, without .inspecting the namt-g
wrjUn, thereon; a,nd. jtbe clerks of $he
electjou shale entrr the naiae of the elect
tor, and number, In the poll books." &oL
This is the sworn duty of the judge. I
The Constitution Is "plain enough as to
who shall votr. ,, It- provides that "every
white male citizen o the United States,' of
this age o( . twenty -one years, who . shall
have been a Teeident of the State one year
next preceding the election, and of the
couriiy, "township; oe ward In" which he reJ-
sides, such time as may be provided by
faW. "shall I have the quahiicatfons of an
elector, and be entitled to vote at all eleo-
Hons.'?
... There is no provision in the Constitution
that even' by 'Indirection allows anybody
to vote who has any Atrican blood in him
Yjy.ctrta.tiv it44.-that po, Judge could be
oon vieted In 4 Court ST CbtnmorP Pleas in
Fran Klin county ot any sort ol an ofl-nse
tor ftfslhg'vOie vote of colort mart, even
rUid no law loreUl tits -receiving; suuk vote.
'By act of the Oiin Ijegislatnr.v which
U iiame a'aw'on'tWil of Aprll'3S39 fjc
rted statues of Ohio by Swan & Crltch
flrld, Ti'il. I," pages 513-OJ. the 'Judges oi'
Election areTbrbid Tento rgif e the votes
ot persons having " a distinct and visible
aflhaxtnrb 6Arrc!tIrboda.," fln'thtfae
termination of this question; they must use
ttwlr eves, not the ssr so or the oath ot
Jfegro who shall undertake- to swear hi
Tote-iYi. ';-,:;.';-. :'. :;s
i Any. Judge or Judges of any such elec
tion'ho'.hali.,tceive the vote o( anyper-
seiy-when such. person hat a 'distinct and
visible admixture of African . blood," ren
ders hjmself jiablc to a fine of t9t ficeed-'
ing five hundred dollars :nor less than one
hundred dollars, and to imprisonment in
thetouiity'Jairfot tnore tliAn six tuontbs,
'nor' lbss"than 6h'ni6htliCe"'' " '"":t j
It does .not, require extraordinarilyj good
eye-sight to determine whether a man has
St distinct and visible admixture of African
blood." It is selt-evident, and if such
person shall offer his vote, it is the duty of
tbe Judge or Judges to reject it, without
consuming time in nonsensical questions
as to whether he is more White than' Black
;:Tbe law does not only step; in and pro
hibit ' Judges of Election from'!receIving
votes from this class of persons, under severe
penalties, but it takes bold of any and every
-person,Vwho ' shall , procure, , .aid, assist,
counsel or advise another to give his vote
at any sucfi ebctlon, when such qfher per
son lias a distinct and visible admixture of
African blood," and suHccts him lo a line
"in" ny eunl ' not' exceeding Qve hundred
dollars, nor less than fifty dollars,? and to
Imprisonment "in the county jail of ihe
proper county not more than six months,
nor less than one month." Let Dtmocrats
see to'iV.that'.wbpever inf-any particular
Violates this law is arrested promptly and
prosecuted to the uttermost,
It will be the duty ot Policemen, regu
lar and special, ,to be on hand at tbe polls
to-day, and to assist "promptly 'every per
son -whoBhall prpture.-aiA, 'arrest, counsel
or advise another to give his vote," "when
rfscrch othwrpefsoa bar; a Utstlnct and vlsl-
"bTe admfxta r orAfricau blood.' "To heg-
lec to do this, would be as palpable Vio
lation of bis duty, as it would be "were be
to look qaletly on while a man were break
ing iuto a boUEe, or picking another" man's
pockefjbr lit SnJ. other Way flagrantly vio.
lating the law. Oi himself, by his eye-
KSteht, y most at once determine who has
and be must instantly - arrest any man he
sees' counseling such a person to vote.. , By
sq doing, he will in the most effectual way
assist to keep the peacev' . . i. 1 " : -
What the Journal says it "Believes."
.;,.IieTe.",
If the Jownot really -does "believe"
what that paper y It does, it '-believes
that which U true, when it says: !
" We believe that a majority of the peo
ole in this city are friends ot order and
law" ! . ...
'"Tne late' election demonstrated the fact
that eighteen hundred majority of the -peo
ple oi Columbus .were irlends of order and
law, so the Journal believes one truth
But that is not all. If it believes that
which follow?, it "believes"' one other
truth when it says:
"We believe that a majority are in favor
of putting an end to fraudulent and ille
gal voting." ' '
"Tbe majority are in favor, of putting an
end to Illegal and fraudulant yotlng. The
votes ot all men, not white, are illegal and
fraudulent..: -."' '' . '' .
While thus, we give the Journal credit,
if its editor believes wbac be says, of
telling two truths, we are pained to add
that paper shows arrant hypocrisy and
falsehood In the following: -: - 1
.."Aud wo cannot but believe that public
sentiment sustains us in our tttorts to pre
serve the purity of the ballot-box, and put
a stop to intimidation, iraud and violence
at the polls," : , . ; r
The JournaTs efforts to preserve the pu
rity of the ballot-box, was to get negroes
to vote its efforts to "stop intimidation,
fraud and violence at the polls," were at
terops to -overawe Democratio .Judges, to
make them take the votes of men, not white
citizens. ' ' ; ' A ' " ' '
Tax Payers Remember
That the entire cost of carrying on tbe
Government of the United States for the
seventy-two' -years previous to the advent
of Radicalism, embracing the purchase oi
Louisiana, the war of 1812, and that with
Mexico, was but seventeen hundred mil
lion dollars or twenty -five million dollars
per annum.
That during the eight years of Radical
rule, the estimates, always short, amount
to fitty-one hundred million dollars three
times as much as it required to support tbe
Government for seventy-two years of Dem
ocratio rule.
That under Democratic rule the average
expense was but twenty-live millions per
year under Radical rule it is six hundred
and thirty-seven millions. . '
', Remember these things, tax payers, as
you vote to-day. ' . "'.':
The Decision Against Negro Suffrage.
One year ago the Radicals made the issue
on allowing negroes to vote. The Democ
racy accepted the challenge. The people,
by fifty thousand majority .declared against
Negro Suffrage. Yet these very Radicals
now threaten to force Negro Suffrage in
this city. "Fox Populi, Vox Dei" the
voice of the People is the voice of God
and the attempt to enforce Negro Suffrage
in thiscity must fall. ..
Let no man who loves his country, and
looks for the triumph of just principles,
permit any consideration to absent him
irom the polls. Chicago Bepublican.
We most heartily indorse the declaration,
and add, let no man who loves his country,
and wishes to see principle triumph over
official rascality, fonesty where corruption
now reigns supreme, and liberty where
thereis nowa semi-barbarian despotism,
held up by bayonets, vote for the Radical
ticket.
The Republicans can't hold their
Vote.
A speciaTvo the Cincinnati Gazette,
; dated
Daytonr-Netember 1, says:
"The October vote of both parties will
fall off Aiauesdajr,, ,,-.
This Is in effect, saying that the Repub
licans can not poll the vote they -polled on
the 13th of October. We have all along
been saUslied that they . caiv not do
Much of the vote they polled on the 13th
of October 'was fraudulent.'1 See that BO
fraudulent votes are polled to-dayl":1 J:"J
'
Don't Do It.
We have learned thnt in some instance?,
Republicans who bad gone away and; will
not.' be here to. .vote to-day, entered into
agreement with two, three, four, and even
more Democrats, not to vote to-day. ' This
is taking an unfair advantage of Demo
crats. ' It was designed to be unfair.! Tbe
intention ; was to cheat' the Democrats.
Ech and every one shou'd defeat the trand
by voting to-day, ' ' - '-'v
Don't Do It. "Pence if He Has to Fight for It."
The declaration ot -Ben, Wadb that Gen.
Grant will have peace if be has to fight
for it, an exchange, say a,, 'is., rqual to the
declaration of tbe old fellow who declared
that as he never 6wore himsilf, he'd te
"d ri U be would allow his boya to
swear," ,t.:i"0 ,r .-, :,ji:i'l
Push on the Column.
In' Pennsylvania,' Ohio and Indiana,' the
Democracy in two years hatfe jralned over
forty'syventhonsand votes.' A correspond
ing gait? for the :last monlhi will give two
of these' three States '6 the Deraocraiiy.
Democrats. Push on the column f ' 'j
.,;.. . "Jj. 'f ' .7 :".: 1.
Look Out for all Sorts of Lying
Telegraph.
Throughout Ohio, this day, all sorts 'of
lying telegrams will be'sent lying reports
set afloat, and lyin stories invented.
Thk "living skeletons' which Grant
and Stantoh refused to exchange from
the-Andersonville prison, .are now4nvlted
to exchange Horatio, Sktmodr for Grant,
and Gen. Blair for Colfax. They will
not exchange a statesman for one whose
talk is about Marshal Brown's slut's pups
and of fast horses will not 'exchange the
gallant volunteer Blair, for the Know
Nothing Colfax. 4 - ? ' -
! -".- : -V ' ; I
" When FRiNK Blair led a corps of jthe
army in Shkbman's march to the seai he
did much by bis courage to break up jthe
rebelHoo-When-1 the :Denjoeratie White
Boys in Blue march him to the Capital at
Washington, that will break up the' Radi
cal rebellion." Push on the column !
Who areWhite' " meni '. None but white
citizens, the' Cortstitiition of Ohio Says,
Shall be allowed to vote.' J Ui-usx i
The proper test ls, ' social equality.
Every vote should be rejected, where the
color is so dark that ' white men will not
meet tbe moke on terms of social equality.
Remember, that the price of Liberty
eterhat- vigilance." Therefore vote early,
and get your neighbor also to vote early
When this is done, aid in bringing the lag'
gards to the polls.
Reconstruction.
- "Reoonstrnetion
Consists alnne in suite destruction :
"'" An l thoush 'twas once a sin to doabt
The rebel Sttca could e'en get out, '
' It is now proclaimed a deeper sia -To
advocate their getting in."
New Advertisements.
tW The Ohio Statesman has a
Larger Circulation than aay Vau
per publinhea la this City or Cen
trat Ohio. Advertisers wilt bear
this In mind.
Legal Notice.
A SA'OiiOllER, - WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
a a. rosiae in oevaaa lemiory. is nerebr notified
that Sousan Cromer did. On the 2i dr of ttorxn.
ber. 1663. file herpetitioa in the office of the Clerk
of tbeCoartot Common Fleas, within and for the
eountj of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
taes&i id. iromer wita wiiiiaiaosanoe irom tne
said Dlaintiff for more than five Tears last naf.t. and
asking that she may be diroroed from Baid Asa
uronier. andtnat sue be allowed reasonable auoio
ni. wtioh petili'in will stand for heiring at the
next term ot said i;onn.
Dated Noveo-ber th, 1868.
SODSAN CROMER.
By W. A. Ftbtlbbauoh. her Att'y. - nov3
' . .;""'" MAYOR'S OFFICE. I ;
: ' ' Columbus, 0 October 88, 1883 1 I
TTTHEREiS, IHB CgNCHAL la
semblyofthe State of Ohio passed an act
"that it shall be unlawful for any person within
this .Stat i to sell, barter or give away any spirit
uous, vinous or man liquors on tne day or any
eleotioo. held within this dtate under the Consti
tution and laws thereof. And it is made tbe duty
by the provisions of said act, of each and all per
sons who sell or barter an spirituous, vinous or
malt liquors, to eloee their respective establish
ments on those days. And it is also provided that
any person ofiending against the provisions of this
eot sba'l befiijei in any sum not less than fonr nor
more man one nunarea dollars, ana be imprisoned
in the oouatv iail for a Deriod not exneeriinir tn
days for each offense so committed: and it is made
thedutrof all Mayors of eities within this State
tj issue a proclamation warning the inhabitants of
sucn oity oi ine provisions ot this aot, and that all
violations of tbe same will subjeot the ofiender to
prompt and speody punishment, and requiring
.J 1 1 .. .1 11.. I . oe- 1 .1- : ,
.uBrsuBis ,uu s tucv uuioors uuuvr iiueir respeOLl ve
inrisdiotions tocloseall honsea found violatin- the
provisions of this aot, and to report forthwith all
violations tnereot to sucn Jnayors:"
Now, therefore, 1, James U. Bull, Mayor of the
eity ot coiumous. Uhio, in pursuance ot toe pro.
visions of the aot aforesaid, dnissue this, mv oroe
tarnation, ordering and directing all persons who
own or oecupr places .wherein any spirituous,
vinous or malt liquors are bartered or sold, to close
their respective establish i enta on Tuesday, the
3d day ot November next, it being a day ot election
in unio.
And it is hereby made the speoial doty of the
Marsha' and Police officeis to olose od all establish
ments fouud open on that day, and bring forthwith
before me all offenders against the provisions of the
statute aforesaid for punishment.
In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my
E&baiJ baud and seal of said eity, this 29th day of
uotooer, A. v.iana
oot30-dtd . JAMES G. BULL, Mayor,
I Westbote. Journal and Sunday Hews copy.l
FOR RENT.
rriHAT LAH6S AND CO.ll Tl iniOT"S
L Brick Warehouse on tbe corner of North Pub-
Ho lane and Center alley,
being olose to all tbe
tbe ciiy makes it a very
railroad freight bouses
dettir&ble place for receiving and shioDin freight.
f or further particulars, apply to tbe undersigned
at t reignt umoe ox tne v. a it. u
James pattebson, Ag'u
Columbus, Oot SB. c r . .
oct36-d2w r
PHALOittS "PAPHUIf LOTIOfl"
for Beautifying the BKIS and C0MPLEXIO5
Removea all ERUPTIONS. FRECKLES, Fill
PLE8, MOTH BLOTCHES, TAN, etc,
3 and renders THE 8KXN SOFT, FAIR
and BL00MINO. ...
Foi LADIES in the NURSERY it is Invaluable
For GENTLEMEN after SHAVING it baa no
equal. "PAPHIAN LOTION" is the only reli
able remedy for diseases and blemishes of iht
SKXo.
VMT-my2S-eodly '
"FLOE BE MAYO."
"FLOa DE MAYO."
A NEW PERFUME for the HANDKERCHIEF
EXQUI8ITE, DELICATE, Lasting FRAGBANCfc
tru&hvn & bujm, a. x. born by ail Drnggists
vi-mjA-eouyi
PH&LOITB "PAPHIAN nOAP" for the TOILET'
NURSERY, and BATH, will not chap th
BKIN. Price 25 cents per cake.
-VHT-mySS-eodly
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to grade and pave on Third street
fromNortb street to North Publio lane.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
the city of Columbus (two-tbirds ot all the members
concurring,) That tha un paved sidewalks, gutters
and creatines be graded and paved on Third street
r.n. Nri.h street to North Publio lane, in anonrri-
ance with the plat thereof on file in the office of
the City i;iera. ,.,..
Sue. J. That all damages, costs and expenses aris
ing from the foregoing imorovement, shall be as
nl levied upon the several lots of land
frosting or abutting thereon, in proportion to their
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
President of the City Council. Passed Oct. 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
oct30-dlt
, Resolution to Contract.
z..7H That the City Civil Engineer be. and
be is hereby authorized and directed to contract in
the name of the oity of Columbus, with Peter
began, for building a double row flag crossing
across Publio alley at the west side of High street,
upon the following terms, to-wit:
t'ot excavating or grading, forty-five oenta per
aubio yard. , -
- For boulder paving. Forty-five oents per square
7"ot flagging. M inohea wide, Sixty cents per lin
eal foot. , , , . -.-i . .
Adopts uct. . . h WILS0N
oct30-dlt Werk,
I
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mSCELLALfEoSg f
f V X ... ' -BCtWtS
1 LiaVVV h j
sj! ct IhitI m li: AC .!' I
In no previous year has thero
Tteerianch ntrong competition among
all the . leading - Sewing Machine :
Manufacturers of this country and
..Europe', as the present. ,At all the
'A principal Exhibitions; and . Fairs
- they met and contested for the Pre-
mium on Family. Sewing Machines
' and the result was unanimously in
favor - of ' the Florence Reversible
Feed Iiock-Stttch ' Family Sewing
Machine, nit received the First and
Highest Prize as the ' best. Family
Sewing Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition TTni
verseUei Paris ?American Institute
Fair, 2iew :Yorh New England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
H.I.i the New York State Fair,' at
Buffalo; the Great 'Annual 'Fairs
of New ' England, viz. : that of the
Mechanics' Association at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute; at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks7 Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the; FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines; who unani
mously awarded it the! ' GOLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers. ' ,
. It would seem as If this auooesaion of trl
. nmpha should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the FLOBENCB over all others as a
Family Sewing ALactune. ..
A written warranty Is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL DO ALL
that is claimed for it, and should It fail, it
will be taken back, and the MOHEY BX-
JPrtnetpal Office atd Salesroom, So. S3 West
JftMt-tA Street, Cincinnati, O. .
. -; H. lVXcCONNEIX, Qeneral Agent.
. Zj ATERi
TJ'-.
At the Ohio State Fair, whinh elnsed at. Toledo
Septo . ber 26fb. 18W, the FLORENCE, refeiverj
tbe FIRST PREMlUlfloT the best Family Sewing
Machines over seven competitors.
Send for a circular, oroail and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms; --.j ...
31 East State St. Columbus, Ohio.
f -. I... W. S. BROWN,' Agent. ,;. ;
S9 All kinds of stitching done to order, and
s atisfaction guaranteed.. oot2-d2m2tawT&s
'i ' :-;-'-T HE ' ' '
NATIONAL TRUST CO.
' of rns citt or kiw tks. ", . ,
- lVb. 330 Broadway.: ; ,
Capital, - ; Oae Million Dollars;
'.':. , CHARTERED BY THE STATE.
Darius R. Manoak. Pres't. Jas. Mbkbill, Seo'y.
- Receives Deposits and allows FOOB PERCENT.
INTEKKST on all Daily Balances, subiect to check
at sight. Soeoial Deoosits for Six months or more.
may be made at five peroent. The Capital of One
Million Dollars la divided among over ooo Share
holders, comprising many gentlemen of large wealth
and financial experience, w o are also personally
liable to depositors for all oblisations of the Com
pany to donble the amount of their capital stock.
: As the National Trust Company reoeives deposits
in large or small amounts, and permits them to be
, drawn as a whole or in p rt by cheek at sight and
without notice, allowing interest on al daily balan-
. ces, parties throughout tbe country can keep ao-
. counts in this Ins itution with speo.al advantages
of security, convenience and profit. ,
'. FlNT-juls-dAwSm
Times of Holding- Courts
in the Fiftlt Juuicial Dis
trict of Oliio lor 18GO.
The State of Ohio. :
. Franklin oojnty, ) :..
IT. N fill. IAKI, CI.EBS OF THK
Court of Common Pleas within and for said
Co inty, do hereby certify that the following order
is truly taken and correotly copied from the journal
of said Court, to-wit: -
Times of Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
i, : ; . .Mitrict of Ohio for 1809.- - , -
It Is hereby ordered that tbe order heretofore
made on the 18th day of September, A. 1'. 1808.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
tbe Courts of Common Pleas and District Conrts
ot said Judicial Distriot, be hereby amended, and
that tbe District Courta and Courts of Common
Fleas for the year A. D. 1869, shall begin in the
several counties of tbe t ifth Judicial District of
the State of Ohio, at tbe times following :
' . " TiFSTRTflT nfinP-T-
NMsdison, May 4th. i Fayette, May 14th. .
rrauKiin. jnay did, - 1 noss, august aist.
Pickaway, May 10th. . I Highland, Sept. 3J.
Adams, Sept, Sth. I Brown, Sept. 8ih.
Clermont, Sept. 13th.
0 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
, Brown. February sth, June 1st. November 2d.
Adams, January 27th, May 18th, September 21st.
. Clermont, January 5tb, June 29th, October Sth,
'. Highland. January 12th, May 18th, Ootoher 13th.
Hoss. January 26tht June l8t. November 2d.
Fayette. February 23d. June 29th. September
2lst.
Madison, February 2d, May 18th, October 19th.
Pickaway, March 8tb. June 15th, November Sd.
Franklin, February 10th, June 1st, November
15th..
In witness whereof we bave hereunto sot our
hands.
ALFRED S. DrOKEY.)
J. Q. ASHBORN, I Judges.
JOoEPH OLDS, . J
' " In testimony whereof I bave hereunto sub
scribed my name and affixed the seal of
18BAU raid Court at ". olumbua, this 3Uth day
ot uotooer, A. u, iet.
T. S. SHEPARD. Clerk.
. October 31, 1863. . oct31-dlta3w
JZALZ'S
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIK
RENUWEK.
It is the only infallible Hair Preparation for
RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
COLOR AND PROMOTING ITS
G OWTH.
' It is tbe cheapest preparation ever offered to the
public as one bottle will last longer and accomplish
more than three bottles of any other preparation
Our Renewer is not a Dye; it will not stain the
kin as others.
' It will keep the Hair from fa'ling out.
It cleanses the Scalp, and makes the Hair soft
lustrous and silken.
... OUR TREATISE ON THE HAIR ;
BBNT PRBE BT M AIL.
R. P. HALL A CO., Nashua. N. H., Proprietors.
- For sale by all Druggists. - -
- ju!y26 dltawiwly-om . j. ,
WONDERFUL ! !
How either sex may instantly gain the undying
love of any person they choose. Tbe single mar
ried, the married happy, and WISri IN TIME.
Simple, harmless and sure. Also, Journal of Love.
Secret of Success. How to Get Rich, etc All mail
ed free for- SO cents. 100,000 sold. Address
HE VES A CO., 78 Nassau St.. New York.
H NT-auglS-i3m
J. VIENNOT & CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
:.g?a lag Man su Street. Iew Kortc.
(.EttdblUhtd in 1863.)
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
onrageney. Our facilities with all the firpt class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions whioh cannot fail to give superior induce
ments. We aldo send advertisements to all Cuban
, aid South American papers, with whom we have
exelnsive con'racts Wearetbeonlv house doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We can, by special pera'i8sion, refrr to
Mr. H. T. HslmbuLI), Druggist, 694 Broadway.
New York.
Messrs. S. R. Vanduzbb A Co., 198 Greenwioh
street. New York.
Mo.wi Hall A KtjCKSL, 118 Greenwich street.
New York.
Messrs. G. Brttcb's Son A Co., Type Foun-iers, 13
Chambcs street.
Mesnrs. Pbalon A Son, New York.
Messrs. Hhelon A Collkndeh, New York.
Messrs. Takhant A Co., New York.
Messrs. Cbickekiko t Hon, New York. '
.Messrs. Radw ay A Co., New York. ,
ootao-eod3m
. S. S. FINNEY'S
TVANCING ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON HALL.
For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from 1 to S
P. M Gentlemen's evening olass at AMBOS
HALL. 23d inst., at 8 o'clock P. M. octl4
FOB HALE.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
aound. Will be sold low.
aug2S-dtf RICHARD NEVINS.
UNDERWEAR.
MERINO WRAPPERS
t i
,r.:-iii;-"T'I
ii i?t,.yii.
f.3
I'fK i
For. Ladle s
' ' 1 1 '
Y
1; 1 io
MERINO,
WRAPPRS
!l-:'l
For Misses
-i.
1 ;
MERINO WRAPPERS
r.
; For Centlemen
MERINO WRAPPERS
r..!..I
For Children
MERINO DRAWERS
1 i
For : Ladles
MERINO DRAWERS:
For Misses
MERINO CRAWERS
For Centlemen
MERINO DRAWERS
For Boys
MERINO HOSIERY
For Ladies & Misses
MERINO HOSIERY
For Centlemen & Boys
MERINO HOSIERY
For Youth
AT -
250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
'i-i'lj. ( ... ; ...
A.'c IIEADLET cV CO.
febT-eodly
niINSURAffCE. jf
1.3 MI.
11 1 11 rr .. r tLsrZmrmmekr
; r -"f it ' ta-saii r -- , i
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-.J rail
KATIONAL
I'M
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
United;. States " of America i
WAtHINGTON, D. C.
CHARTERED BY PE'IAL ACT OF !
vONGRESS fn a A :
T $1,000,000.
Cuh'Capifal,'
PAID IS FULL. , .- U
BRANCH OFFICE; - to
ii FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
, ,. 1 . PHILADELPHIA,' ;
- To which all general correspondence should be ad-
...... a ened. - , . - 5 ,
OFFICKRSi
CLARE NK H. Ci ARK. President.
JAT tuuit, Chairman finance and Jtxecutive
committee.
.HENRY D. OOKE. "Vice 1 resident.
EMiKSON W. PEKT. Seoretary and Actuary.
: " THE ADVANTAGES
. . , Offered by this Company are :. V. '
It is a National Company, obartered by speoial
It has a paid up capital of tl. 0O0.O0O.
It ofifera low rates of Dremiurn. . .
H furnishes larger Insurance than other Compa.
uie. ior id, Bsme muuer ,
It is de&oita and certain in its terms.' '
It is a home Company in every locality,
lb Polioios are exemDt from attachment.
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol
icies. ........
Every Policy is non-forfeitable.
Polioies may be taken that will pay insured their
inn amount ana return all the premiums, so tbat
tne insurance costs only tbe inter. st on tbe annual
payments.
fnlicies may be taken which pay to the Insured,
attor a certain number or veara during lite, anan.-
oual income of one-tenth the amount named in the
folioy.
N o extra rate ii charged for risks upon the lives
01 leraaies
- It insures not to pav dividends, but at ao lo
foot that dividends will be impossible. -
JOHN W. ELLIS A CO.. '
Cincinnati, Ohio. General Agents for Ohio, Central
anu f outnern Indiana.
'" ". COX, DWYER &. CO., '
Coin hns. Special A gents for Franklin, Licking,
aiusBtngam ana isboctnn counties.
- perrr-ool2-deodAweowly -
BOOK BINDERIES.
BOOKS TOTED FOR BIXDLXG;
, HAVE YOU
A NT HOOKS. trlAClZINES. SHEET
rV MT3BIC. Ac., Ac., that you wish to have
bouurl in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the oity by giving notice through posteffice, or at
tne
Franklin Steam ; Book Bindery
...... . AND
BLANK BOOK M A.NU FAOTOBT
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
tne state. , -,-
Roeme 34. 36. 38 Karth Hlrh Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A MyeTs', aad Statesman
- Steam frinung Omces.)
BCANKIIOOKS! - "
. 1 BUMlt BOOKS!! ' ;
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the biahest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders frm C untv Officers. Banks. Merchants.
and all Officers reouiricg tirjPEklOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our pa
aonai attention. ' .
It our patronage respect full y sol ici ted .
. - nr. W. LEFATOR, i
oct3-deori6m Proprietor"
SIEBERT & LILLEY,
Blank Book .Manufacturers,
'PRINTERS. BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid" to manufacturing first class
BLA1NK BOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head-
, - - ings, tor ., ...
COUNTY OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, VAKFVACTDHIBS
BAMKEKS, KAILBOAD COMPANIES. AO.
OW Full sets of Books made on short notice.
warrantea to give peneot satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouly ' COLJTUJSm. OHIO.
PROCLAMATION.
SHERIFF'S
PROCLAMATION!!
SHERIFF'S OFFICE.
Columbus. O . Oct. 15, 18SS.I
I, GEORGE H. KARHART. Sheriff of Franklin
County, State of Ohio, do hereby notify the quali
fied Electors of the County of Franklin and (ttate of
Ohio, to assemble ia their respective Townships and
Wards, at the usual places of holding elections, on
Tuesday (Being; the 3d I My of IN'o-
veiuber), A. 0. .1S6S,
And then and there prroeed, as the law direots.
eleot Twenty-one Eleotora of President aud Vi
President of the United States, in pursuance of th
Constitution of the United States and of tbi
State.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
- band and seal, this. Fifteenth day of Oc
tober, in the yearof our Lord onethousand
tSEALj eight hundred andsixty-ieht, and in the
- Mtiety-third year of the Independence oi
the United States ot America.
- GEORGE H. KARHART,
"Sheriffof Franklin County. O.
octlS-dAwtd-r -, . 1 ;
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO,,
" JB A NTC E R S7
Corner Broad & High Sta,
1 ' f COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febs-dly ' '
T. BATDBV.
JOS. HTJTCBESON. W. B. B ATfEN,
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CC.,
3 3NT IS. EjjRS1
. NO. 13 g. HIGH STIIEEX, '
lanlO-dly-r . Columbus, 0(
HOTEL
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
... Fourth Street, near Main, "
CINCINNATI, OHIO.!
HENRY P ELIAS, ..- ,- - - Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient 1 1 business, and to all
points of trav-l. is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visi'ing the oitv. No pains will
be spared to make tbe stay ot guest pleasant in
every particular - myl3-d6m
FRESH FISH, v:
C. K. BBECB.
REECE
OM. W, QCINH
& OUINN.
. ! DEALERS IH
X3 S II 3?" I (3 H .
Came and Oysters.
Also, all kinda of Country Produce, such as But-
- tor. Eggs, Chickens, Turkey. Ac. .
J ' No. 33 West Rroadwar,
C0LUJIBU8. OBIO.'
The choicest varieties of Fresh Fish received
daily
pa. t of the eity rust or chabob.
niuuuus puioumw uenvered to any
iwua-eouom;
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, aesr
High street, Columbus, Ohio, ha devoted him sell
r a series of years tothe treatment ofoertaia) pri
vtte diseases. He may bicensulted at hi ofiee
Broadway . near the E xohange Bank
may31-tf
; . t.
I
itti
B aUBBUBUK'
if
T.
lotKus-'iTt ui, Favr
WaBte, " restaur i
Moarelic'.'aAVc.. net e)xeeeeUnnar elajSif
Mnbllalrvr iu Hlhta celUBBtB tot
Ocentae&cla inaertiau.
1 II Si I' majlMug wOOWlTg-TWO
rooms attached for, small family. A good
place for a cigar f torfalreatu fitted un with small
stock, on HighiBtir uorth.-end. ft s) naa that
can make blswn'oicarrH-wilt hShtond chance.
nnv3-dSt
WM. POWELU
1 AHlEli-AI.ENTS-S79 to t20-per
montn.-earvwhfre. male, ejnd female, r
introduce Abe UESUINE -.IMPwoVSJ
COM MO- SENSK FAMILY ME?VJ"t
MACfllNB. ' This r-MaobiB will stitok'
hm 17.li tnnk aailt-. eorl. bind. br.iA
'Wed embroider fh ' most superior mao
ner. Prioaprly $ 18, .Ful'l warranted fcr
' Are years.,: Vt will pay 1 000 Ter any
' machine Uxt-.a'iU a Uonr,anore
heautiful.or more 'lasticseam ifean irs.
, k.. the-tl.mio Lock Stitch" Every second
st'Och djri be cut. andstUL the, cJnth cannot be
uiiea apart witneat aeonr.g rt- py m"
rou S7S to S2U0 p r month and erptiajos, or a com
mission from which twice that. RiouAt canbe
made. A1dreisSECOMB A CO ) Pli'l'SBaiRGH.
PAor BU-tTOJll, H SS. '-. ' ;
C u lAUiJi ,-uo not be tor Dosed ran or
parties pa ming . iff wot thieve, eaat-irea machines.
under tne sam, n iia. it, otbrrnise. Uura is tne
eniy ga-trine and ras.Ly pcaotical eheap- machine
nuifloiuira jib onzu-eon 1 3A wL
f&$r
Said
Ill
i AMUSEMENTS.
KIOUE.
Lessee and Manager.-. Mi. J. W. Lanbbqak.
Sntagemsnt of, '
Who will appear on'.
(n I.-1 ...
'Mile.
TUESDAY' EVESING. NOVEMBER SPi 1888,
For tbeseoond time, in the Military Drama.
THE
FRENCH SPY !
TTi rn.,- -conciudmt wita mi.
a 3 3x.eitol3.ea9 ",' ill Iziclla.
IS" Full particula s in programmes. -vv
- A n mission 5'i and 25 cents. Doors open at IXi
Mvmenee at 8 o'clock. .i
SPECIAL.. NOTICES!
'- . t sse ereat tried I call mistaait.
Of former days was an' utter neglect cf sanitary
precautions." No effinent means were adapted for
the . prevention of lioknoss, . Sewerage waa, un
known in eities; drainage waa rarely attempted in
the country. Heaps of offal were left to rot in the
public street, and dnmeatio cleanliness, the great
antidote to febrile diseases, wu sadly neglected.
It is not so now. Wise laws, philanthropic institu
tes, and a vigilant sanitary police, have, to a great
extent, remedied the evil Sot ia this all. Pbb
vintitb ' midicatioh v baa ' helped "aaaterially
to lessen the rates of. mortality. It is not too
much to say that i bns op tbousans escape sick
ness in unhealthy seasons in eonaequenee of having
INVIOOBATBD TBEIB 8T8TBMS IX ADVAKCB 4y a
course of HOSTETTER'3 STOMACH BITTERS.
This pure and powerful vegetable tonic and altera
tive comprises the extracts and 'essences of a va
riety ef roots and herbs, renowned for iheir
strengthening, soothing, vitalising aid purifjing
properties. These medicinal agents are' incorpor
ated with a spirit , absolute! free from' the acrid
poison wbicb denies, more or lees, all the liquors of
commerce, and their eflVct is diffused through the
whole frame by this active, yet harmless stimulant-
The result is such a condition of Jthe jrystem
as renders it alt but impervious to the exterior
causes of disease, such as damp) fog, sudden .alter
nations of temperature, Ac. ' Strength, and the per
feet regularity of ail the functions of the body, are
the best safe-guard against atmospheric poison
and tbe effects of unwholesome water,, and HOS
TETTER'S BITTER1 are the 1 est strengthening
and regulating medicine at present known. For
dyspepsia and bi liousuess they are a araoiric ab
solute. , j a . .it )
' maySSdeod&wly-ew-B, ! i-' ? .
Such an article as '"Dr. Tobias' Venetian Lini
ment." Ithasstood before the pub he for SI years
at.d has never failed giving sati?faotioa in single
instance; ' Every drop of this -valuable compound is
mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, therefore it can al
ways be relied upon." Is' ii wa ranted superibr t
any other, for the cure of Chronio Rheumatism.
Toothache, Headache. Sore Throat, Vomiting.
Frosted Feet. Mumps, Croup. Burns, Cuts. Sea Sick
ness, Insect Stings, Sprains, Cholera. Colic.Spasms,
Dysentery. Bruises, Colds, Coughs. -.Old-Sore.
Swellings, Pains in tbe Limbs, Bck and Chest.
There is no medicine in the "World" that aland
mre on its own merit than the " Venetian lani-
ment." Thousands of certificates can be seen at tha
Doctor's office, attesting to i s rare' virtues."" The
great sale for Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment, ha
induced several unprincipled person to counterfeit
this "Valuable Remedy' purchasers eanaet be too
careful to see that "Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment
is stamped on the glass, done up in yellow paper,
and signed 8. 1. Tobiaa.'-AU eher are danger
ous counterfeits, and although they may rtsemils
the "Venetian Liniment'' in color and smell, '
ware of them." Sold by all Druggist and Store
keepers throughout the United States. Price 60
cents and one dollar per bottle. Depot 10 Park
Place, New York. ,
junelS-dAwlycm-peNT-O ' " -
CRISTAOORO'S HAIR DYE
. IS A STAPLE OF THE TOILET; t
It is in demand wherever personal blemishes are
considered of sufficient consequence to be removed.
ITS EFFECT' IS PERFECT:
Its Act,)a Instantaneous.
Cristadoro's Hair Prtservative
AND BEAUTIFIER is a preparation of equal merit
and repute. Its eflVot upon the hair is electrical.
It fastens every loosening fibre, replaces harshness
with eiikinesi and flexibility, semi baldness with
luxuriance, dullness with g'oas. It nse will incline
the straightest hair to ouri. and prevent the driest
from turning gray. It is the favorite at every toilet
where it baa been tried, and as a means of keeping
the hair free from scruf or dandruff, and the scalp
from exfoliations, is perfectly invaluable.
S jld by Druggists, and applied by all Hair Dress
ers. Manufactory No. 88 Maiden Lane. Principal
Depot No. S Astor House, - .
juneie-dAwlycm-reNY-Q r ' ' 'r
.; 'To Owners of. Horses."
Thousands of horses die yearly from Colio. Th
need not be. Dr. Tobias Venetian Horse Lini
ment, in pint bottles, price one dollar, will posi
tively curs every oase, if given according to the di-
foetions, when first taken.: It ia warranted superi
or to anything else for Cuts'. Galls, Sprains, Old
Sores, Swellings and Sore Throat. It ia no new
remedy, but of 31 years' standing, and approved
by the firt hoi semen in the country. Col. Philo
P. Bush, of the Jerome Park Course, ha used i
for years, and recommends it to hi friends.! Or
ders are constantly received for it from the Racing
Stable in England. It has stood tbe test of time;
no one has ever tried it but continues it use. Rec
ollect to get Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
in pint bottles, and take no other. ' Sold by the
KDruggists and Storekeepers throughout the United
States. ; Depot 10 Park Place. New York. t
reNY-julS-dAwly-em - --; "'
IMPURE BLOOD MAKES SICK
The bowels may- be Costive or some organ do its
work weakly. From cause like these gases and
gummy substances occur which poison the b eod
tbe perspiration may be checked; the feet may be
so chilled tbat their fetid exhalations are thrown
baok upon the blood. Here is cause for pains, fe
vers, inflammations- la these ease Brand reth'
Pills are worth more than gold." Five or (ix cure at
once. Remember they cure by at once removing
from the body those matters which poison the blood
and make ns sick. These celebrated Pill should be
in the house ready. . .
. See B. Bbandebth in white letters on the Gov
ernment stamp. Principal office Bbajidbeth's
Housb, New York. Sold by all druggiata. 1
iunel6-dAwlycm-reKT
u3l. oahs, ,
A Clergyman, while r'siding In Snnth America
a a missionary.iseoeered aaafa-awd simple rem-
edy for the Cure of Nervoua v eakness. Early Ue
car. Diseases of tbe Urinary and Seminal Organs
and the whole train of disorder brought -on by
baneful and vicious babit. Great numbers hare
been oured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a,
desire tp benefit the afflicted and unfortunate. I
will send the recipe for preparing and using this
mediou. in a sealed envelope, to amy oae- who
need it, bee or chabgr. Address.
ii- JOSKPH T. INMAN.
Station D, Bible House, New York City.
octSS-dAw
MANHOOD -AND THB VIGOR OF
YOU I'M restore! in four weeks. Success
guaranteed. DR. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE:
restores matily powers, from whatever eauie ari
sing; tbe effects of earl' pernicious - habi'a, self
abuse, im potency and climate, give away at once to
this wonderful medioine, if taken regularly accord
ing to the directions (whioh are very simple and re
quire no restraint from business or pleasure Fail
ure is impossible. Sold in bottles at S3, or four
quantities, in one for $9. To be had only ef the sole
appointed agent in America, H. tixaiTUH. 80s
Second Ave., New York. - -, ,. .,
VNT-jt8T-dl7r - ' 1
BiTCHELOB'S HAIR DtE. This
splendid Hair De is tbe best in the world
the only true and perfect Dyes harmless, reliable
instantaneous ; no disappointment : no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill etiects of bad dyes- invig
orates and leave the Hair soft and beautiful. Mao
or brown. Soli by all Dregrista and Perfomerai
and Properlv applied at Batohelor'a W Factory
No. 16 Bond street. N. York, .tot aarSS diwU7
MANHOODn-jfaoJUr
. Pamphlet from the oen t
cf Da. Cortis.
the' Medical Times" says of this -wm-W
1 .f va u to vrvi a r j nil
valuable treatise on the cause aid cure of prema
ture decline, ahows how health is impaired through
eoret abuse of youth and manhood, and how
easily regained It give a dear ayn-iis of tha
impimenta w marnace, theoause and effects 0f
nervous debility. od the remedies therfor.M A
pocket .edition of tkeabovw wilt be forwarded?
S,0e,tLlVve,,V' bT dring Doctor CmtL
No. 68eerth Charle street, Baltimore. Md.
Cra-maySS-dly-r

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