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BIOHABl) N ETIN8.
5. B. CSHKI.iaA.il,
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Editors.
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DEO. 7.
Democratic State Central Committee
Rooms.
Rooms. COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 25, 1868.
.,,Thfre, if.Ulbo n3eeUpjr:of Jhe memrf
f piaiocitiq Uto.lfltri,Coona.J
.ripikn-fiailt,CaDfba8,,Ohi4n
iuawjPmWs at 2 o'elof fc,Pf,L,
for. thehjrpop at xiu&jtie time oibpld
lng 'thp next tfte ConTention- and. Abe
transaction ol such other, business, a tn.sj;
come before the Committee. A full attend
LEVI DUNGAN, Chairman.
H. S. PROPHET, Secretary.
News and Otherwise.
,Goir .t)aed In eor" .aorday at
6Jr .urujo-w v'J .t vmv j, .njl-iil oi
I Oongxess meets this morBinfi'' ' V-riv
tfaxkvbl 111cm te for donUrtle' rtie!;.';!'
f: Silk culture ia'practicabfe'WxLrornla,
, Yomx City has 60Q!ol4 clothes deal
rtv, I .-ant ,.li:!mv Ji"
-Tfeai aDcleni Ejfyptians knew the we of
kltiidjr.,'.'iito'Iit 1 .UlvU '."lit if
1 CoRk'seUs'at 10 feehU':per Tnishel at Den-
tops&rn c':-'', ;m'.:, i,:T"J
Btmrwr fMpis ernptt needs a'
market bouse. " ' ,t). '. j
. JT4TryiizATjpf. paper" la a new; name
lor marr)age license.. n j;i:x, yj-ii.q i;;rn-t
Therb was no persistent rush In Boston.
toseeGeneral Grantor"-.' -.; j i'i"
liWiir aha women bare made a binkrnpt
out of the Ditke of Alva, v- j ' 1
The patent on Hoe's press" has expired'
and, a renewal U refused. ,
, 'E,njttne ntal joqallsti old, .forth in,
nesti tmorrow.nbtr ji , , , . ! vi.nl
IriaeUtad that ex-GorernorTod's estate;
Will amobbt o otes $500,000. fc-.tur
-lwasiyri tnarrlajre ;licene Were issnfxf
in Putnam 'county last mjntt.ser.fii '?
Thb Jewi tovfitr got, libel soir 'for
p'ibUsMnit 'police pomplalnt;'.'1 -'""" "
$m "handsomest, ,nian.L in Chicago ,1s
a to a Pnade'lphla iatly,', 'f".-,.,f-rnq
Sr,parVtage:liceBss issaed( lo-
Pkaway couayjja Novemberw , ,vu (
Um J"4orr was kicked o deatn -by .
bMseailni Orreland.-onTharsaay. ..! U -i I
ljaiir-irir marriage : ncetise1 Were to-1
suWw no'dunty in' KoremnerV' ,l
wis1 d'estroyed ff&rfi laseaesyy''
owl,' ,, l94wus,' once ,member ..oV, :tbe
Supreme .Court oi Mississippi, a dead., n
LTf lite jtroopa stationed in Triessee, t
darjog tbe election have beenrtnioTed; i "j
twiarrr-arx eonnle :were ' licensed" to
marry in Hancock eonnty in TSajembitT
r.,,,1. .; n yfip '!
Alkxanprr H. Stephhh is giving read-;
lnxsJ.D, Geprzia lor tbe benefit of .the poo.",'-
wae4wlpi.a;proteMWlyii.Tf.
"i sbe better witftoncwiae ana specwcies L
than wben l use botb,7 said Sidney smitn-
TBetaftorjtorfe tesflfles to tbe-abtli- t
ty SihT woith or'Gen. Ward Snd CotMc-' j
"" " ' ' M "
ntethe ;tmocratr
Th Jackson Herald'
wan
lc State 'ConVentlon held on the 8th.of Jan
BK4BiTTiJt,.wlUBtaka:iJip his.
residence. n.cChleago, after ,:tber()4th,.i,
M?V. 'Za t..I ;;:-v ! .iU -tit
Awokak came pear being raped in thei
Cleveland Union Passenger Depot i"riday
evening,.,
111. ;n"
Th Earl of Dodley .owns ' ten square
milea ol iron mines, which are worked by
O.nmmlnMM.nd Ti:i'i-""J . Tw '1
public schools at tnat piace nave lamenta-
Jaje ,(i, CLAiufE, of Bo80oe,.Mpn waf
brutally murdered, on the 1st insi, by John :
M.terfOtt." , 7ll,ffl',;, AV:(.X-
Tux. Avoids Demoarat eaten on its thir
tieth; vilu me with foorteea buhdred sub-i'i
cribera.ijGoojlt i:oqrt v.u-JUfl ,i..!m
Tan AktoA Citi- Tme favors the' 8tti 'if'
Jartnary as' the time for tbe Democratic,
Ste-CanWta.T,l?';!
JobtS "titart MllL Is in favor of Sun-'-
day establishments wbereirctive,'& ,1
" t. s:- i ? .Vf f-o I si"
Thk. youngest child of MrsvrVeit of1
Wapakoneta, was : BuSocated to death byi
smokeaeveral daysagOn-K , .1 t
Th " Bmvaek Courier1 en ters , 'n ppn! its
thirty-third volume iri a highly flburlshlhg. '
:r-'t;
j of id nm piKr,y)o. ,
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- i Dontbiill)e'A. ; ; : J '. 1
' . In thetble mki Be fat. -.. .
- A kA am nlainc fM. tnm tmt
:j-.v ; v
Caft J.'O. :B'LWr,r: at;' 'Hocking7 fur
nace, nas a'hbg-weighing 900 pbuiids and'
thinks it will welgli 1,000 pounds by Christ? '
aa?;;; ; ';;.r;;; t';:": :
Pp'kebk j.lluTrAff.bas"; just obtained a (
verdict in .the Boss Common Pleas against ,
. J. Breedlove for $4JXW in ,a breach 9f
promlse'ease. J-' " .r.uhf i,
Tbb ladles . of the-Eptoeopal Chnrch,
Clrcleville, wili fanva -tair nod tableanzr
entertainment Weesday-and Thursday -j
veningaoi mis weeav . -
TotmU vlgordoB attempt bejng made
oy some papers cauea democratic to com- .
mit the Democratic party to Repudiation.
This will not, nd ihoold not, succeed.
( j i. L i
Thb TeopTe s Defender Is of the opinion
that the Platform adopted at tbe last t)etti'
ocratic State Convention, with but slight
amendment, will answer for next year.
vVhynot? "'': .'"
M. t?SKfTlN,tEsq?, hM published the
3fadMo.CauMt Democrat eleven years. lie .
has made it a first rate county paper, and
deserves to have a big list of advance pay
subscribers. rl-.:-v'i
It is stated that Bebnoatr.did not vote at
the last Presidential, election, nor at the
Presidential election fonr years ago,. This
Is simply Infamous In the Chairman of the,
Democratic iNaUonal. Committee..i
Oita of the mogt successful merchants in
New York commenoed his career' In ' that
city y ponndlhg yvt bent ; nails, which
bad been thrown Ida pQe beside the pack
ing 'bojtes, W that the' could be used ,
again, .'f.-.i ina'JPrM & .A
. .-!-.! In Ji;,(, -: !? .. -,;- y-
TnmMemecHUU-Mmmld says truly, that
the Ohio Statesman .was the hforemo3t in
boldly denouncing the vacltlatliig andper-!
fidlous cpnduct pi Xhe JTeta York- World.? r.
TheSWWJiiMlwiirs fottaxost Inide,'
fending tbe: .Bight and condemning, the
Wrong." it 11 U" O rt r
CoiwttsQBCW W. McCook arrived. In this
.city Saturday ntgb onbusihess, . IJe re
turns homo to-day, and on Saturday a Sails .
from New York for" Havre.' with" tbe Inteu- .
uou 01 epcuuinx some note in Europe, it
was his intention to- have s-nled .last Sat-,
urday ; but urgent business prevented him
fxomiiotag;so.:'--iW
Jeff. Davis—Why is He Not Tried?
Iurlntthe lia'poilUcaTampalgoTlfie
rrre&t argument of. the friends ;of General
aATand agaltthe Democralio party,
was tnat tne rebels must, be punishea ana
treason be inadeodloils. "TEls tbehewspa-
per press of that party held could not be
Tn Clffi IT tHd IJe&ibc ratio "party Sif6Seaed
to power. '.-.
Those charge) were made In the face of
the fact that not a single man engaged in
?ngant3ffTebent3"d baTyctbQen brougnt'
to trial or luciiclaJly puuiShd. JtFta?oi
befllobj Mbbsa l ms tower n g - abbve" tW
others around him. gave lorm and.siibstance
to the rebellion, was, pangbtnd caged, "but
never tried, auddeW a motion1 is pending
In the United Statee-onrt at Richmond,
Chief trusties Cham presiding, Which. Will
be so decided as te-eend him forth, un
tainted by a verdict Pi the jury against
him. If rebellionlsto be punished
if tfeason ,1s 1to- be .made-odious, w;Jiy Dot
give hirn atrial and jpnnl8n7b,inrforbU
crlnjes.Xhe;'; .. rY.Swvedited
oy, jr. STANTON'S late Assistant secretary
,"It U well known that the master spirit
ror tne.pregent Auministration, Air. Secre
tary bewara, has" not tntended, from the
beeibnlng,ithat Jin Davis should be tried
ana puulsttea" v-t - -rn , ..
Judge Chab it bas been- charged, ttme
and time again, would never allow Da vjs
to be Convicted, and his refusal to have him
brought to .trial givAS much plaosiblUty to
thecharges, lf,-,Mrif.u j r- f :-! V7 n
, The JStm adds V ;,il-jr.i!-)flt
, '"There is another reason .more Impera
rivA. 'anil whirh nnirht: tn h onnl usi v.
aciinst trie continued" procrastination , 61
khe proeeeution 'of' Jefferson Davis; and
mac reason is,i:inas is is aone in nagraai
violation of tha Constitution of the United
States,. The crime of Jefierson Davis was
that' he violate that Constitution. The
men In authority violate1 the - Constitution
in denying to Jefferson Davis a speedy tri
al;, lor tli uonstitutton proyiaes mac "in
all criminal prosecutions, the accused, eball
enjoy the right to a Speedy and .public
trial.' Tbtf prosecution f Jeflersow Davis
i a criminak prosecution and is. included
in. the 'term . 'nil , criminal nroaecutions:'
Jand Jefferson Davis has not enjoyed the
riKiiii w a Hpewy trim, kuu, 1410 wiuhwiut
tion has been Violated' in his:case.' If he
;wa to-be tried, be should have-been tried
IfiSg ago; and if he was te be, banged at all
he should, have been panged .long before
.mis nipe.-' - - - .
VThere'islnuch of goo j use Id 'the'- above1
The 'cbriflnement' of'EfiVxB fdr1' years' n
Fortress Monroe,''an'd 'bis liberation as a
prisoner at large, under heavy bar,' with
out Elvlntt him tbe rlirht to a speedy trial
is sim bl v infamous and tf liberated on that
ground,' would have a good show of reason1
knd refuse him his' constitutional1 rfcrbfrjtd
it 'trial on bis alleged bffeniesis but to make
; The crlme charged, as the Syn says,
against Davis, was .that he violated the
agai
Constitution of
the United -States; "The
court, whose duty it is to try him, Is iguity
of the same offense.. , .,....
I The people have a right to demand bis
r!al,'to" the end that It may bejudicially
settled, whether he was guilty of Treason
sgaiust the United States or pot. '-.t: ,.,
A Terrible Steamboat Disaster
Near Warsaw.
I The steamboat dissster on the Ohio, on
Friday bight, near "Warsaw, Kyn although
not as fearful in-ioss ot life as at first tele
graphed: Is a terrible .- ode. From; ; the ao
ouu'nts given, nonnei was to blame. ."Such
andithe entiemenly cSonductorSon
steamers and- passenger trains,! wben ;tbere
tsa smasb uu andllvea tost, tdwavs ' have
frlends'to-exbonerttotbem.'!' ' i-
j If the law could only be enforced and
Ithe men Whose dtylt?' is' to" Care Tor the
'safetyof property and'of bn'man "ItVea on
Heimooiia ana on cars, oouiu do cnea ror
manslaughter, and a few of Hiem convict
ed; 'bath' property and life would be more
; One of 'the1 steamers, tbe United States,
had a deck load of petroleum.'- ThH took
flk-e and souiO BeveDty-flve henian beings
perished! in': the flames or met a.. watery
grave. : Better to hang half a dozen 'care-
Idsa pilot land engineers,-: for the loas of
life, than .to have a 'Tepetltion ofsucb
s6ene8i hn.-i ,m'-i ; rrr . i m r:--j u ;
The American Bastile Burned.
'ortf Lafayette waa burned; a fiir asit
could, be consumed, on Tuesday night last.
The fire lit up the city of New York, and the
scsene is -described as, grandly beautiful.
Had tne wnole.iiQrt been .blown .;nto the
air, so as not to leave a vestige behind, or
11 in the "deep bosom of the ocean Dq-
ried.T.U would not bave-cost, a . single rei
gretM for Its name is coupled with, that . q!
wrong; and. oppression. ; During , tbe war
It was the Bastile where men, .'guiltless ol
crinv, were sent to languish in a foul prisou
at thecommand of Stanton or at the tingle
Sswakd's beU.;:,
Its ig))t reminds. the, .American citizen
Fof, tbe. wrongs ..committed, , and awakens
recollections that it would be. well for tbe
fa(r. fame of the Bepuhlic.il .they could be
forgotten. -j no-i J-u.h.w .-i
If rebuilt, it will still stand ,-as a monu
client of infamy to those who, by their dcs-
potln acts, brought so foul a, sUlp . on the.
honor of .the, country. .f.f iA
Reported Assassination of the
French Emperor.
' Jhe telegram from London to New York;
announcing tbe assassination or tne French
Ernper6r;and the consequent riots Iri Paris;
is believed to be a mere gold gambling ca- ,
If true;' the effect bpon 'France, and, In
deed, upon all Europe will be great. Lorjis
NaPOiidW lsilor ' if 'dead, was, the 'master
mitad of the European sovereigns, and" hlf
death wlll,J for a' time; at least, plunge;
France Into anarchy. .His son. is. yet tod
young to grasp and to hold the power of
that great Empire.; J ' ' ,."r ( ' 'r'
Th Botlon Post Says young
New
Yorker recently gave 40,00r' toward ' the
erection of a , church He owned , a fine
country seat pa the HqdsQo; an elegant es-
kablisbment New York;! had bis las
team on the. roadf made seldom . less than
f 25,000 a dayli Thirty days ago bis name!
was good for any amount' .at the baoka.
Bis country house-has ono, be has given
up -bis city establishment, and be has not
now; money enough to buy a bag of oat
tor bis iast team-. Erie and tbe Pacific Mail
carried them under. . : . .
I I.-; ' - ' - :
the Akron City Times, h&a information
that Mrs. Margaret Miller, of Norton town -
ahip.'Summit county, died Nov 28tb, 1868 .
at the age of 01 years. 6 months, and 20
days., J3be was. the mother ten children
bad seventy grana, cnuaren, one . nanareo
and wentyercnreat-grand children)
and three great-great-grand children. She
was a good old lady, a faithful and devoted
member of tbe E. V,Lutheran. Church for
77 years, and. died, much lamented by all.,
Tina ''tievetand ' 'jPtdin Dealer feels war
ranged in sayirrg that although Judge Ban
neyj has no particular .desire to enter upon
he labors and annoyances of a political
campaign'; yet. If it Is the wish of the "De
mocracy of the State of Ohio that he should
be their standard bearer. Iu the next can-
vass, be will not shrink from tbe respon
sibility, and will do all in bis power lor the
success 01 me.uuneu,
. Thb People's Defender advocates the nom
ination of Hon. Chilton A; White for Gov
ernor, by the Democratic State Conven
tion;. . Its voice is tor the Convention to be
beld on the 8U1 ol January. - ; ! ' ., ' ! ,
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The Ohio Statesman.
We call the atteifioa-fcfNftir feaderr to
thij prop pectus of the Statbuan pobllshed
in another column. ' f -'
This valnable paper, the central organ of
the party in the State. aBd one of the most
reliable and ably" conducted journals in the
country, should be liberally patronized by
the Democracy of our county.. .-
During the last year, as our readers may
have observed, many of the. most, sejisibi.
and pertinent articles. Sppeartog ' in onr;
columns, on the-political issues of the hour,
wexa.taken, f rottbr&rxwm ANsd .- ei
fiectai credit is due to this ouruai, as be
n g foiemostin boldlr denouncing the vac
jllating and perfidious conduct of the JTew
x otk yy oria.
i Tbe sauieibbAeditors are-ietained for
the eusulngyeax, and we hapa to see the
Statesman receive the patronage its mer-
;BSQrieMyrsrve.-fiftrig I
I A4BKH-SnoptirmfieNewfcrkirecentlyH
"dissolved," and posted up the following
notice : ' De disholutlon of coparsnlps here
tofore resisting twixtme and Moees Jones-
In de barber ;p,refeasldn,!, ani' hetetbftfrefl
solved .- fussons wnooes must pay ae sen.
bef. Dem what de ' flrm'bes must call oh
.Jones, as de firm is insolved."
-JohitG. THOMrtoi.Tyh aTprbmlnent
Democrat at Columbus, has -recently been.
tjie recipient of a present frou.hU friends--
the new American Encyclopedia, in 23
volumes. i!,.The presentation : was made by
Judge Thnrman. Mr. T as we can attest
is deservedly popular, and we offer him oatf?
Ohio Democrat.
; - Ir .tbe Toledo Blade is right,', that tb
conviction !of the American people-la tha
siHTrag should be prtscrlbed by a nnlfbrhi
constitutional rule, and that suffrage shouliH
be; impartial," how eomes it that the Re
publican party did not take that position In'
the Chicago .platibrnjrVn r f
Ohio Democrat. DIED
UACK8OK On-! Saturday arming, Dwv.Cth
Zknas Japkson, Esq., aged Tl veara, at hit resi
de oca, fix ffliias norta of Uolambua, on ta Weatec
Tillo road.,. r . -i - j . - i.-
Tho-fanoral aarrioM will take pl&oe at the family
residonee. on Tuesday, the 8th inaU, at 10f A. M
and iha remaloA will.be deposited in Oxeea Ian
- "arf2''Jaeksoh''wai"ana' of the- earl t nionaari oA
Ejafilin oount, and bajl a larc eirola of tnanda
and snqnainuuieea. who- are Ttspedtfally imrited
to attend the funeral. ' ' J' ; ' IdecT-dSt-j'
New Advertisements.
tf Ths- OMw Sratfftinanf bait bH
Larger Circulation than aaiy pa
per pnbirslied InT1hIa City br Cea
trail Ohio v adrertUera will hear
Shi in mind.
XA.SSOiNXC.
, A RTATED MEBTINQOK OHIO CHAPJ
IbM. a. I K. A. M. wille tmtd Tilin
(Monday) liV t.M.U. December 7. at
o OlOCK.
' Payoaent oCidlnaaaiidelaotion of-offiraTa. 1-7 . , 1
dW-tllUri , fl.i.C0X,lro mfi'T j
STATEMENT
Of tb.e Receipts and Disbursements of
. .he Several Fands for tha Fiscal
; Year eaaiar Kartmber is, 1868:
Oeaeral Berenae Fand.........i.i..k. $l,e68,755 B
Canal Fund 41.&3j M
Binding r ana i.-'4,i 7.
Cowmen -8ohool Fmnd. ..' 1.4b?.vs 7:
Soldiera' AliotmoDt.Fand-. 3.46S 90
Soldiers' Claim Fund...... ' ,StS 1
ixaimnai Koaa ttnn..... ai.ou-i n
bank Keden-plion i'and.. ........... : S.73S M
- i v.i ' - ' ' " aj,0SS,473 SI
l-t; 1 -. ; lDISBUE3EMENT3. .:
General Revenue Fund fl.S18.210 35
Canal Fund 14,939 39
Hinkiug Fund. ...)l,72iS S3VV
Common Behoof Fund l,426)Hs8 80
Soldiers' Allotment Fund.. 482 00 ... , , ..; .
Soldiers' Claim Fund " n S.7S1 68
National Road Fund '18.829 36 ". :
Bank Redemption Fund.... , Is 95 ''"
Balance in Treasury Nov. 15, 1868. 1.. S510.120 76
STATEMENT S. S. WARNER.
of State.
A U
XIIAKE THIS FARM FAT-760 Octavo baies
US-besutirvl and aeef nHUostrationg. This book
shows how the Farmer may double ther'lue of hi
laneMDSke three times afl mocboatof stock; ho
three times the anantitv of arain. roots, and
iarmeropaean be raised from an acre, and -how
au toe profits ot tne lum can be more tban
doubled. Every farmer wants it. Every Stoei
Kaiser wants it. i.very Gardener and Fruit Cul-1
tnrist wants it.- Farmers, tarm ere' -sons; experi-i
enced book agents and othass, wanted te take agen
cies in every oommunity. tommissions eiou to
250 per month, according to abntyand energy.
iSend for Ciiculars giving full description. Ad-
aresr, - a Muiie.it, tictUKUi a vu.,
Fhiladelphia. Fa.. Cincinnati. O.. Chicaao. Ill
or St. Louis, Mb. ' dec5-wlm-Br
of State. NOTICE.
TIHKRE Wil l BE A fTIF.EXirtO OF
J.' - the Htoekholders bf the Colnmbns A Hrri-
bnrg Turnpike Road OonrpaLy on January the Ilth,
1869. at the office of Lorenso Enelish. in the eitv of
Columbus, Ohio, at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of
eleoting fire Directors for said road, to serve for
one year. ' . W M. jaiL.Lb.K.
deco-w4w 1 ' " toecretary.
Lttxell'
et I r. -
a falooii.';
NOW OPErf IX Hlt'HBWRnLD
Mns on the oorner of Hiah street and Elm al-
ley a arst class tientleteen's Saloon.
aeo4-dlw-, . . 1 - A.A At tlia, A.AZ.Iti.1,.
ENCaSSKitiBSlX - WASTED COLLIN
O'LEART. a yonng man of several years'
experience in teaching the various branches of
Knttlish, French. German, Lstin and Greek, de
sires an engagement as tutor in a private family.
tie win teaon a private eiass at nis room.Ao. 70
High street, from 6 to 10 o'clock .P. M.
decs-diw
Lumber for Sale.
- . . - -. -
THR OLMiTANOf PARK ASSOCIA
TION offer at private sale all the lumber con
tained in the fence enclosing their Race Course
Also, tbe lumber in sooth stable, west stand.
udges' standi :pieket fence, Ac. -
Parties wishinc tbe whole of the above will clease
call on. the uedi laigned.wbo will give all the nec
essary information as to price, terms, and time of
removal. RICHARD NEV1NS.
, . . , . Vice President.
'If Bbt disposed ofKv SATUPDAY. DEC. 19.
1P6S. it. illlKj.r.M nn THRSDAY. I l fl la ISfiS
at public auction, by.J oho U. Ueall, Auctioneer .
.Dr. Burton's Tobacto Antidote.
'ARBAirnro to remote aix dulu worn, ToAAom.
rtv ttoaafxs and Karmiam. and la sumo an excUmt J
petrrW. It purijkm and mridita the Iood. invieormtfitha
Tstsjiis. pvtwewsj gTusM DoariBairur ana nreninncnina
r, nei the stomach to digest the heartiest food-vWkee
Bleat) reiaMOiDir. ana estaoiunee robun health.
atuLchewAt for wixtm Sfear cured. Price Fiftr
box. Fo4ti. An interetniajr treatiM on tM tntario
effeets of toOaccot'-with tisu ? toMiimmialaf rvJbrMjCea.
te, UUI sTMajas.. Agent wauicu. Aaarew
S-st- A. J. ADBVTT eierjfEJ M7 V
TZlSTZMOKIAXiS.
Po9TKASTkr9 TnaiMoirr. I raceiTaA a box of Bnrhm't
Antidote from Rev. M. Poaiion, mnfi And it an mftttumt
tmn. ' B. OatsoaV CoiiDottb&ytlArrieon Co, Ohio.
' ' Fbov th U. 8. TBBhsvxr, ybrttaiyt Qfiaj.Ym
Mnl acapply of the AJiTorm. keomtjrptmivad fuu dam
iu work S0KKLT. X O. T. Edcaju
Fxoai New Haxpsrikx HqCtc Pkim.-Gentlemen of
inflaence here haTing: been cJsred of the appetite for tobac
co by nans Dr. Burton' wtMot, we desire m mpplj for
tbe prlsonert of this itustityriKm.V
Jo&efh MAroV'arderf N. State Prison,
TobsVooo has aeoomplimtd dU daimalfor tt- ( .
W. Ui Istsk BuJiNew Albstny, Ind.
' A CuntoTXAjr' Aamxonr. OkiBox or Axtxdoxs
cured my brother moA myself. It JTsttiV fails.
- - Ber. LrW. Bboxmaku, Kellers Station, '
F0f "THX TOUe HEADQtTAKTXIt, LrVsf, VaSB. 1
Aoee oairtM flirty -fin povnds oJUK in Otr months hr
vting Dr. f&iaa' Aiiti4ete, od mil dtm ldtobaeoo k
remoTed. Wm. Is. it, Jb.
FrohAwst Sotmmir Hwn Jottxxai- BaViioh,
V n-JMh krnr nf Rnr1riS -Antidote rmovta all
the wad from me. I take pleasure in recommendiiV tt to
li crfr readers. . v . T. Y. Slave, m,(
. FOR 8ALC BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
; ' Trademark X Copyrighted. '
Ctmntion I Beware of luiuriooa Coiinter-.
felta sdrertised br Humbugs. ...
DOT30-dtkw3mo-rKT i.
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Turnpike Notice.
riira SH4KGHOLDERS
OF THE
At
I Capital Stock of the Dublin aid Worthine-
ton .Turnpike Company are hereby notified that
there wili be a meeting nf the stockholders of said
Company on MONDAY, JAN U AKY 31, 1369. at
the. Hall of Ele W. luller. Efq.. in. the town
of Dublin. Ohio, at two I'-'olock F. M. ot
said day. the object and purpose of which meet
ins will be to del ermine the. hais fur assesinc the
shareholders of said oapital stock to meet tbe pres
ent indebtedness of eaid Company, and to fix the
time and mnde of payment of the amount assessed
against each individual holding such shares.
GKOKUE UNOliFFOUK, President. '
DANIEL W- THOMAS, : t
HENRY K.TULLEK. -I- ... - .
. OUR N I". CASE. loirentnrli 1 ' "
JOHN AVDRBM8. f uireclors. .
'JAMES Hi .WRIGHT, I
. ELE W. TOLLER.
' dec! dltw4w
EmollienjCream.
THIS nELIGHTrVIi AlMEI.siC.iT
preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering, oommendatiora from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public assuring them that it
staods unrivalled as the best protector of tbe skin
agnsttbe inolemcncy of the winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delioate freshness
and boauty. but also oonduoes to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions, Chap
ped Hands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delisbtlul fragrance render it a necessary append
Siew the toilet. Prepared only by MAKFLE A
Rl'ISON, i'itpensing Chemists. 1W South High
ttcot, Columbus. Ohio. novt-deodawsiB -
niirmir rrtmi'in
H TlIOpSAPjl) ppiRs
WORTH
naVWOTlT
ffWSTIBWMOS as siVaaUaD K.sst OAarSasa
1 - SrTwBr if Via SB- mnA asnAla amKranlns
YOUTH'S. MlaiHSti' ANli Cil,yKEN'S BOOTS'ANI SHOKS-tvi. offered fomle.aeiis koalraed
wot. without rer-aUk2 store lo U)K.SIILt,tt.'d 1EW BDltmiJS; )LUk at aeaTe if tteV and
jouuifsre lueig wun iuoso usually vaargea.:. .
Majn! Kip Re ailjv' hole Ienlher,
- r
Boys' Kip Moots,
Tenths' Kip Itoots,
iWm Cair,irP4oi4d teoot; 0',-J';-
;Wom'i Calf 8hoestBcst, n - ,-!
"Voinen:ei Sroeeo Sfaoets i -
'laaies'
Double Soled I.astlnt; Cone,
!y-
jUa
ssea' Morocco Shoes, Polish,' i "
Misses'
1
Chiids' Morocco Shoess - -
1 These goods ara imaranteed to boot saperior material and workmanship,
!with in in the market.-. 1 'i.. 1 ' ' 1
: Uen't forget that the sale !posittT and i limited
win never .ecn avain. Uesnre arm una tne rural
DESHLEB'8 KE W .BM lLOiNil. opposite tha
.Goods. - -
I deoT-deod3m-r t.,,.-;
mm rvnrt i nn a.-
J
OF
Avar thlna ; K . lt. -s if Piiiir- uTH UlTIDfU
3.75. Rrgniar price flS.OO
3'4o
300
9.00
e.oo
a.so
. 'I
a.OO, "
1.SO, M
a.se
9.00
Gaiters,
1.40,
' 'J tjijsi tlAO, fl W
U2.
0.40,
0.7S
Ac,
fcCI-
and will near comparison
t tftit a feW wtekl' 'Another' siofi 'ofprluisy
place (tnare v bat oii betort buying. iii$ I i
tjissHAM, yriiqa; plape. ,a M4 mi
j v
E. C. CLOUIJ & CO.
0 JaiaiiWimD :
REEVES' - AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR.
aT:-LifJ.rtvodiT80I
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It eaases the Bajr jto Cyrf boaqtilftr.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
:It inTigorAertleTRoots of tloTIilr. y J
'It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
lit immediately stops Bab Tailing Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
'it restore! Grey Hair to iu Original Color. . . i
;.?...,- - :'.-hoa . .- ! -
it brings out Hair on hads-tb&t have been bald fot
i years.
!t is composed entirely of siropleand purely veget
j ble substances.
It hie ieoWved yer aix thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellensemany which are from
1 i physicians in high standing...
I . It is sold in half-pound bottle (the name Mows
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in FaaeyJ
Goods every where, afOne Dollar paBtie;toIe-
'sale by Demaa Barnes & Co.
Schiefielin ft Co.. New York.
: F. C. Wells ft Co.;
8CBNT-mch7Hily
1 n
OV TBI CITT OP KIV TOBK.
lVo 330 Broadway
Capita x- jp One liliftit I oJhrs.
I UUAKTliKbU DI THE B1A1I.
D arid 8 K. M anoax, Fres't. J as. Mkbrill. Seo'y.
1 tj : rnnp Pirn .- fwt
, IfcCV 1 v 3o a oUM saisu n a a w w ae a. u aw u 11 a. a
INTEREST on all Daily Balanoes. subject to oheck
at sight. Moecial llenosits for tix months or more.
tnav be made at five 1er eent. Tbe Capital of One
Million Dollars is divided among over aoo share
holders, eomorisinc; manv eentlemen of larce wealth
aaeV SneseiaA eaautiauoe. who are also -pereosally
I iahle to depositors 4"or all- obligations ot the Com
pany to douoie tne amount 01 tneir capital scocs.
Ae the National Trnst Comoanv leoeives deoosits
in large or small amounts, and parasite thrm to be
drawn aa whole or in pa t Sycdecnat sisnt ana
without notice; allowing interest on all -daily bal
ances, parties throughout the country can keep ac
counts in this institution with speoial advantages
of security, convenience ana profit.
; re NT-deol-dAwSHm
r
Ji. .VIENNOT &-.CO,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertisirig Agents.
.1 I
133 Wassan street Jejv kVk-
,-5- j fErtoWisAfd as fSSSJ .'-
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
our agency. Uur facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions whieh eanaot fail to a-ire -sUDerior induce
ments. We lso send advertisements to all Cuban
ard South American papers, with whom we bare
exclusive contracts We are the on r bouse doing
a SPANISH All VERTJvSING BUSINESS. - .
tlTecan. bj special permission, refer to ' f
Mr. 11. T. Ublmbuld, Alrnggist, 69 Broadway,
Asw To k.
Messrs. S. R. "V ANDCZSTt Co., 198 Greenwich
street. New Tork.
Messrs. Haubi & Rucebl, 118 -Greenwiolt street.
ew f org. . . . ...
Messrs. GBhtj-ok's SomA Co:, Type Founder, 13
Champa's street. -.1 . ti-i
MessrsFaALOM A Son, New York.. . . -r -i -. ..1
MesBrs. f'HELoN A t'OLLKNDER. New York. , ,
Messrs. Takhant A-Co.. New York.
Messrs. Chickbhino A Son. New York.
Messrs. Kadwat A Co., New York.
oot20-eoo3in
THE- NEW; YORK LEDGER
For
the New Year. 1869.
THE GBE'at" FAMILY ' PAFEfi.
The Ledger is the most interesting paper In the
world.
More people take the Ledger than take any other
papes-in-the couaAsy-
it has tbe largest number of great and distin
guished writers. .. . ; . ,
Itcontains the purest, sweetest. and most delight
fullove stories, striking narratives, and instructive
biographical a udhi statical sketohes.-t v
All questions growing out of the domestic rela-tinasrtevers'gijarrels.-raw
and business matters,
are regularly "answered in its column., '.A vast
Mnoant of useful information is eiven through thi
attractive department of thi Ledger.
Tbe principal Bishops. Doctors ef Divinity, and
. Clergjmen write for it. -
Wu.utx jrn.LBw BavANT. the -great American
poet,- bas translated, xpreesly for -the Ledger, a
thrilling Spanish Novel, which we shall publish
jtdaring the new year. .-., - . . ,
Kav. Da. Tynq is now engaged upon an Original
. Storr whieh will .be .continued tnroueh twelve
' numbers of the Ledger.
. mo uuw yuwiieuiun m Bonn ui 1.01 id oiii.il
Ttruesteriee. by- twelve. of tbe Anoit dutingoisbed
elergymen in the United States , -i
Our standard,, .popu ar writer. Mr. Stlvanus
' Cobb, Jr.. is as interesting as ever, and will con
tinue, as heretofore, to write only for the Ledg r.
Tbe milrinnr of admirers of Mrs.- Surmwakf B
will fiud her original stories only in the Ledger-. '
' MissDrptJv will oonlinua. ber dramatic stories,
and Fanny Fekn her sparkling sketches. .
Hknrv Ward B&gCHKa will continue to furnish
lifa wr.lrtv arrinlwi - And JiEa PiBTrtv hit hin.
fraphical sketches.'
ALIU. UAHT, r.THKI. IjTWNt 111. V.HARLES U.
Gahdette, and Ail aur .thtr present writer!, axe
re-engaged for the.Affirer. t.' V- ri x1- i '..
Prole sor W ii.li am Uenbt Peck, John G. Saxe
and Makt .h VLB Iai lab will ht-reafter write lor
no paper but tbe Ledger -
1 wo uf ear contributors have been ministers to
the court of St. James. Within the put year tbe
- son of soothe- of our contributors has been elected
President of the United States.
TheBKRT that a long experience enables usftp Se
lect, and that money, without stint, can buy, will
be constantly spread before tbe readers -of the
Ledger. The rearer always gels more than his
.money's worth in the Ledger. . - - ....
00B TERMS FOR 1869 HOW IS IKE
TIME TO SUBSCRIBE.1
. Single copies, S3 per annum: fonr copies, SI0,
which is S2 S a copy ; eight copies. 20. The par--1
who-'iends us S'2S lor "a ehlheif efeht eiiDi.8 iaJL
sent at one time), will be- entitled to a copy nee, 7
rostmasters ana otners wno get up eiuos, in tneir
respective towns, can aftemaid add single copies
at $2 50.
is" We employ no "traveling agents", Address
all communications'to - - '-
ROBERT BONNER, PuMishe-.
Corner of William and Spruce Sts.a Nor York.
r-NT-deo wit .-
BOOTS AND SHOES.
. T. 8. BEPARD.
O. BORIGKK
CHEAP, BOpTS AND . SHOES.
NEW .--i"- , V
TS. SHEPAKI. IIAVIUfi FORIrlEI.
e a partnership with U. H'JlitGKrt. for tbe
. purpose of oarryiug on the Boot and Shoe trade at
XVO.I63' SOUTH' AIIII STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their flue and
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misfes' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this dav received di
rect from the hast, anatwhioh tbey are now offering
-Jorsale on tbe most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
rv'CUtirOM$tADEW01tK. - -
Repairing of all kinds neatly arid promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
show goods; - ' " " '- r
Remember the place ? No.' H3 South High-street.
SHKPARD A HOR(lER.
Colnmbus', O.- Sept. IS, 1S8S.- - snplS-dtf -
; WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. 1. BB00KS. ALSI. HOUSTON. WM. H. FL S
J.. Ji&. B.iBBOOKSi
Cor. Rich AHIrhSts.i C.lnmbns,
Wholesale Grocers,?
DEALERS t
KEW 0EIEATIS : B0GABS AlTD M0IA8SE
Island'Sugars, Coffee, Tess .-'i ToVac'cos
JjIODOBfe, ' csbo. ,
feW-ly
1
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it- 1 mint! s t:
nnirnm f ni
VTA I III V ill
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-!:' W.HU I SA S-..VJ T J iJ.J l
LIFE INSURANCE.
JNAiilUrsAlTIH
LIFE INSURANCE CO
United StatfArnmca.
CHARTERED BY SPECIAL ACT OP
Cash Capital, - - $1,000,000
PAIDTSTTTLIj. n
BRA.CII Of-FICEt
1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
PSILADELPSIAu HO O Q
To which all general correspondence should be ad
a. essed.
- - WU.V
CLARENPT! H. CLARK. President.
JAY COOKEKCbiDs FineaawKxweaAive
Committee, " i . -i. A, w
HKJNKY O. I'OOKE. Vice I'fesident.
EMERSON W. i'EET, Secretary and Actuary
THE ADVANTAGES
' Offered bv this Comnanv are
' It is a Natienal-Companyi chartered by speoisV
act of Unngmas, 1868. ft. .. .-"-
it nas a paid up capital or SI. 000, 000.
t It offera low rates of Dreminm.
: aIt furnishes larger Insurance than 6thpr Compa-
u.oo iui iuo on in wy niyjii rtj . . -
; It is definite and certain in its terms,
i It is a home Company in every locality.
: Its Policies are exemnt freai attachment.
' 1 here are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol
icies. F-very Policy is non-forfeitable. :
Policies "mr be-taken that will pay insured their
fnll amount and return all the. premiams, ao that
tbe Insurance costs only the interest on the annual
payments. .. tiia aa;lu.i i
- 10110108 may be taken which psy to the Insured,
after a certain number of years, during life, an an
nual income of one-tenth the amount named in the
Policy.
' No extra rate is charred for risks upon tht lirae
of females.
: It insures not to pav dividends, but at S a
eost that dividends will.be impossible., ,
JOHN WrELUS AJCO..! , J
Cincinnati, Ohio. General Agents for Ohio Central
: and Southern Indiana.
P CO!, HYKR A: O.y
ColuTtbus! Special Agents for Franklin, Licking,
Muskingum and Coshooton counties.
- PeNT-octaa-deodAweowly .
SERVING MACHINES.
18 S7.
In no previous year ha there
been $uch strotiff competition among
all the leading Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the present. Alt all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
fhey met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines.
and the result was unanimously in
favor of the Florence i Reversible
Feed. Xock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
Stxvinrf 'Machine at the 'following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Uni-
verselle, Paris ; American Institute
Fair, New Torkf New England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
Ii. I. the New York-State Fair, at
Buffalo; the Great AnnuaU 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-weeks' Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FL O HENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
' mously awarded it : the" " O OLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers.
It would seem as If this succession of tri
umphs should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of tha great superior,
-ity of the PLOBEKCE over all others as a
Family Sewing Machine.
A written warranty Is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL do ALL
that is claiaued fox- Tt, and should ft fail, if
will do tajcon Dae, and tne iiOJVEY HH.
FUNDED.
rrineipal Offlee anet Salesroom, JTe. 33 Wemt
fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
H. BIcCONNEIjX,. General Agtmt.
TjATER.
' At the Ohio Stnle fair, which cled 't Toledo.
Septo ber 2sth. 1FW. the FLORENCE re eived
tbe FIRST PRE31IUiTloT the best Family Sewing
mwuiiios over bvvcii uuuipeiitors.
Send for a circular, or oalLaad examine the Ma.
onineasa tne sew Qaiesrooms.-,. . v
91 East State St., Colnmbns, Ohio.
; W. S. BROWN, Agent.
SS" All kinds of stitching done to order," and
ailBiaouou guaraiiieeo. CCU'4 dmStaWTAH
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTQN & CO..
IB A.Nr.K ER S,
Corner Bread & High Sts.
febS-dly
P. BATDBN. JOS. HCTCHKSON. W.B. FTEM.
HAiDEiS, HUTCHESON & -CC
jB -tO. INT 3 n.
) XO 13 S, II '! ISEF.T,
lanZO-dly-r Columbus, o.
W. sal)M r , . , J'i vr wm
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DRY GOODS.
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o ; -rs.tB4f1 K'sMfKlfV fin f'nltr1
lefif-S oiliti.'i ifT-.Mfi ,-tA r n nt'rA
t . irvfi' rifvi ZM .."f s for.jfH Urn
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tOn jn!f!lt-r 111 '" ' i" i d ;'
C. HEADLEY i CO.
..-ji..-- i ;! .-, , I
250 AND -252-,
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SOUTH HIGH STREET
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JAKE XOTV OrENIXG THEIR '
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; WINTER STOCK-OF STAPLE
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FANCY : DRY - GOODS
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A AljffSEM&,TS.
C r-H- H
Orand Social Ball.
Ulrtlt al - a-l .
Tne
..MSVtl oi rfis'l-KK.JH C
SCaP firm J Vf .. . : HI 1 i ... , . .
1'lZw;W,",,"", dis. ONkT DOLL A R.
toe pnbho are invited - .-i-.s') .-uAn-jn. ft
OPjjRA .HOUSE.
1 .TC,fs--a'C"ssss'
Rispeotfully anseunces one Grand Cb5)cart.T
fTedsiesday EcbIbs-, ' bcc:')"ilk.
1fMITolB'"WntKvoHts)rtls"Divj
WI3S BAKTONvof Bortr;S0prmT.6.v'. 4
MR.GUMAV(Ji4 F. HAbL. bnton;
n. AjfwcsjDAvt ulaioj-jt. fmni-anq Aocom
i?te :.:. T
paVC
Adaiitr sion,) . DOLLAR. FAmilj Circl,
FH
it a i vcni-o, - ...
Usk-- WsaWM.-AV-a - UIA Wa "
abavos. o. . . uoiiioi ga UUi O1U0IQ IDIAirV A
rtale of seats to commence on Aon.lav morning.
I M . ft .J.I t . . w T. .1 . 1 in". . "
Dec
S atS rln,lr
decs-tftd ' ' 1 ,"
. a. lunaDULii.
, Business Agent.
'.n . SPECIAL NOliCES
The Trss Medical Iocirta)r
'ature, when struggling with diseaw. Indieatss
unmistakably the kind of assistane: she requires,
f cases of nervous weakness ad general debility,
the feeble pulae, tbelaek-lnstre aye,-the attepuated
frame, tbe flaccid musetes the melsncnoly tisagZ
iafor a.Wafnly as ir eacli organ had a tongnag
ibt,imined4aaUdt.mloni tt uetdtii It does aot
require the aid of a medieaf edncatiqn 'to nnderi
Und thb dumb appeal for new vigor, front an ex
bausted system. Every reader of these lines can
comprehend it just as well as the graduate of a r fay
licians'aollege... Let pot this desnaod ef enfeebled
nature be neglected. Bespend to It' promptly by
liorniaenoins a aears. M H08TKTTEK"rJ- tSTOM
ACH BITTERS a preparation un,itirjg. ln,thir
lUhcV'eeellrjoe,'tt properties' of a S-natrLiri,
an iimooEAFT; aha'an" a'Ltkbativb. ' Before three
days have elapsed, from, the taking of the first dose;
a marked beneficial change" Will- be manifest in tbe
bedily-nd mental condition of the patient.' The"
pulse will be stronger and toorereguiar.the iye.wij
begin, to Jose its dull expression, the uusoalar and
asrroas syaUau ts-issssat -their -eeesicn, an4 the
spirits to improve. Persevere,' ends oomplete re
vivieation of tbe depressed knlma! and mental pow
ersl. certain. In eases of ijt pessia. ani billions-"
ness, the same salutary vesaltsiviili be obtainedlt.
The aapetite -will revive, the sallownessof the skin
disappear, and all the distressing symptoms which
accompany disorders of the. steseaeh and Jirtr, wUl
rapidly subriie. Tbealdof winter of tea iotansifie
these eompiaiats by checking the perspiratory ac
tion, by which SOTOuch morbid matter is erapo rated
through the pores4h 'milder weather, and therefore
theBiTTEBS are especially sseful to the dyspeptic
and bilious at this season. ' . . . r.
lnayiMeodAwwf ;yyAV,' " " fj
-TEBtj.lfp SILTEB WAKE .
KLEsbfr1 lo-FUTEDvlHaV'
-THE OOKHAM MANUFACTUBTjNG CO, O
PROy , EJSCE.R. I.. bviBtfie Urgea.niap4,
facte ry "' So " lilvei .- u..a jin the world,, with
the meat soprbved mach ' y. and employing the
most 'skilled . labor,- are enabled to ofier an un
equalled variety of neAfind ;beuiif4l designs in
Dinner Services,'Tea " e .wee, end every article
specially adapted fori liday and Bridalfllfts.: '
They efer also tbeir well-knewn Sn4T urtriTsiTed
Nickel SUrer Eleclrd-PlaUd Ware..wbiot jthaj,
have Introduced new patterns of rare elegance.
I he Solid gilrerifei gusrsntetc to fceiof sterling
purity by U. 8. Mint assay, "he Electro-Flate i'
guaranteed to be superTor to the finest keffiof"
ware. Orders received from the Trade -only, be 1
these goods May. : be obtaintd -rem- rasp.asible-
4ie&icr. vtuj.ou.. t - .
V..llO
Trade
GORHAM MASUFACTUBIKG' CO:;'! -.o
. Salesroom No.,AlaidenLana,Ji,T. "f
ovK-wm-reNT,..-. ,, .. 9,il.i CI
lVChUdrcii!s.lJii-.JSajcd.ior Fifty-
. Thousands! of children die ensmeTiy ef Croap.-
Nowriiosers,'it'ybawonld' speed 50 cents, and,
always hav A bottle ;. Dr-.Toblas'Tenetian Lin
imshti in the boms, .ver need feat lusliir
your little one shea attacked with this ecmnlaiaa.
It Is now in years sincVl tare put upmy Linl ent.
and never Beard of a child dying of Croup when
my, Liniment was -used; bat hundreds f cans
have been reported to-me, and many state if it was'
10 per bottle they would not he without IU B
Bides whiehfitis a certain eurs for Cuts, Burns.
Headache. Toothaehpi Borei Thioat. Swellings.
Mumps, Colic. Diarrhea, Dyson te ry,PpasTmr, Ol
Bores and Pains in tb Limbs, -Baelt.-and Chesti-
No Wecneei tries It who is tver without it, ., ft is,
warranted jiariectlr safe" to take internally. Full
direction, with every bottle. --Bold by the Drog
gists and storekeepers in tbe United States. De
pot 10 Park Place. N, T. ; " V l. . "
' jnnelS-dAwlyem-peNT . t t .V. IT
i i . ', .. . Li
, Bo v a Decline is Produced. ,
Pure blood makes us well, bad blood "makes a si
.ic'k.' ",yapors from poorly digested food in thai
blood are condensed upon the various organs, mad 1
serve to make tbem grow or repair tbeir waste.
Organs made with a greater or lesser proportion of
such materials csnno be sound. If the bad con
dition of blood continues bat for a few days or
weeks the body will be eat of sortsr-and 'if it eon-'
tinues.the Whole of tbe body will in time be rsr
aewed with imperfeot blood, and the health bad;
ijtis in a decline popularly called consumption.
: Kow Brandreth's Fills penetrate tbe whole mass '
uf blood, causing' the expulsion of impurities; the
body feels f elicvtd from a "single dose what then
may by expected frost twfentf By continuing
their use tbe wholeof tbe blood in time becomes -purified,
and the body reeeostraeted front geed mt-
terial. the decline stopped; and A. new lease of life ;
secured.' "Principal offioe, BAKDaKiii ,Hocsa
New York. Sold by all druggists. -
i iunelS-dAwljrem-reiif.',
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE.
all
To art weeWeathousandglUeS;''.''
Impioving Nature no disgrace is."
So, as gray bair don't please tbe eye. - -
Css OISTADOBQ'3 WATCHLESSt EL
Cristadoro's Hair Prt sedative. -
Striking,. punding.' are the'i fleets prod meed. 5
byAiristadoro's Hair Preservative and Beaatifier, '.
Be the bair ever so wiry, eoarse and unmanageable
bv brush and comb, in DBA week this, artiet Will I
render it flexible, hutrous aad inclined to enrl- -
Sold by Druggists, and applied by All Hair Uret
ers. Uanufaotory.Iio.CS ettaidea Lane. PriDoipal
Depot No'AstoHos,'-"- ' - J
luneis-aawiyom-peNT' ,
!A MOLI DA - ;!; 4-J-Lad5es ' anoV .
gentlemen, yottng and old. desirous of having tbeir ,
hais beautiful fur the Helideys, -sbeaJd-HMe a bet -
feof CHE VALIER'ft J4FE FOR TBE HAIR at
once. Bead Chevaliert' Treatise on' the Hair.
Free to all .
11. Given awsy at tbeJmgStores.orseBtJ
ret. -.This book should b. read by every'
by -mail tret.
person. It teaches to cultivate and have beautiful 1'
hairl and restore gray heir sa.4wir(naLeeleT. 1
top its falling oat,;rsaoves all irritation or dan'v A
druff from the scalp, thus keeping the bair1eaatl-: :
ful to the'lstest period of life.
SAKAH A. pitVALlER. MDV .
jNT-aeci-eou" . . . i onwmjvs, A.
PROFESSIONAL.,,,
K. A. B.WJJ,LlAil8;'WMt Broadway, ness 1
igh street, Columbus, Ohio," bas devoted, films j
a series of years to the treatment of certain prii "
-.te diseases.'" fiem&r heonAnltjMl .
'ro"ia? near the Exchange Bank "?
may.ti-ti
.' t k K ' . 1
"?vUrom the pen oj Da. Ccrtis.;
valuable treatise on the oause and cure of pre ma- '
ture decline. -shows how health is impaired thro wis. -secret
abuses of youth and manhood, and bow
easily regained It tires a dear syn. psis of the
impediments to marriage, ihe cause and effect s of
nervous debilitr, and the remedies therefor." A -pocket
edition of Abe above-wikl. be forwards e
roeeiot pf .a cents, by addressing DoetorCutrm J
Opa n.ay'JS-aly-r . ,.; -. . . ,.
MANHOOD AND, THB am, .,-,
.lUti tlt raatored in fc.nr nd,. .u T'i I
guasanteedi DR. BIOORD',8 EiiSkVKi;; OF LIKE
restores mahlv Dowers, from what.., :
Bins; to effects -of earl v perntciowe habits ief.
aDuse, impoiency ana climate, give away at once ta
thin wnnrieilnrniedieine. if taUnn ri..i " i
ins to the direction, (which are very simple and re
quire no restraintfrosi bn.ineas orpleaeure.) fail. - j
ur. i. ij, autllH at S3, or fuUI t
duantitie. in one forSS. To beh.H nl. .u. " 1!
appointed agent iq America, H. GsaiTEKN soJ .
bird Ave., corner um St.. Aew York.
VNY-jy27-dlyr
111; 1
BATCHKI.ORIS'VllglK k Jtl TJ.!.'
splendid HairDra is th. M i it-. T,n'
the only true and perfect Dye ; harmless. reliahl!
ln.-ianutneous ; no aisappomtment : no ridiciil,..;. "
linU: remedies tbe ill etiect. rjf bad d ve. ' iniS
orates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful bteci
r tfMMi ' Sold by all Druggists and Per? tinlf .-'
ana prepen. applied at Batcbe or's Wig Fa7tV
Wo. 16 Boud suoet. N. i-oik. rug aprS diwij

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