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News and Otherwise.
Gold closed In Nw York Saturday at
. A Javcish temple is to be built la Macon,
Ga, "j . ' - .-. -'
' THsMIchlgaa University has 1,032 stu
dents.' ' ' -
2To butter in market is the Urbana
quotation.'! ' - ''a- :i:
Ts "social evil". U appallingly great In
Ctneiaaati 4 ,,....., ; ....':
Victor EnAKUu. ii afflicted with the
rheumatism. . . .. ., .' -.. .
j. J; Indiana Legislature meets on the
?th of January. .
. Tber Is talk of erecting a first class ho
tel laCircleville. L -'
81 ii Sbjm coats are fashionable with the
Sew York swells. "' '"'" ;
"Yhmui are now in Borne not less than'
fartv American nainters. . ' ;" -''is
' 'Th open existence of Freemasonry is at
last permitted la Austria.. t'-Viio 1- .: r.
'Tsii fcrBttOTS of Knoxeonnty An adopt
lair tbe-Old Leicester sheep. -! ,
IJATToitls t enjoy i art unusual .number:
of fairs, and halls this-week, T.:, 5 t?a
.' Milan, Italy, nsea 4,000 horns per week.
In the manufacture of combs.
' BuFrAi&rtel to have a concert fr&m Mies
Kellogg on New Year's night.
: jlWftew Masonlcf all in tteytoni waj
dedicated on Monday evening, i Jil jLti
: , Minnesota, has paid over $11,000 this
year In bounties for wolf scalps." 'x'
Genkral Graut and wile "will spend
New- Years ay Hi Philadelphia. .a
hcrb will be an editorial Convention in
IodianopolUon the 5th of January. r -s
- MoskS DeMrtOrOneof the earliest settlers
of Med.ina county. Is just dead at 91. .
TT "TT . Gvwuavto to ttaA.trfonY f
the AjnericaaPairymeu'ssoclation, .,
.A kak named King,; In western .New,,
Yorkhas bad tbirty-one (Children by, one
H. H. Barnet has resigned thesuperin--tendency
ot the public schools of CIrcl -1
YjJI.UoUt.'i':! IJ"Tji, V:;. C -.--' ."."l .-
Di Scmmers wa "knocked down "at:
- Crestline on Monday morning and relieved
' HAMMEB-,.ln Krupp's steal works, atf,
Eseen. '. Prussia,' weiKhs slxtr tons the.
k A MA II Llll LTCA v uuooiau tan u vniicis
PolaoS has increased forty per cent, with-'
. "Tb t)embcrats Tof Wooster are rnaktng
the neoeasax arrangements for a magni-7
Been 8th ot January eeiebmUopa jjyr L,;
, . . 1 1 . j r- 1
A mam nas oeen CJinpeiieu u) pay oa auu t
coats for spitting upon t&e aress pi .a may ,
on the street in Providence, B. I.
A policeman is nndergoiDg trial in a
Connecticut town for wearing gray panta
loons instead of. the regulation bine, i ;' 3
it 'Agrlculturar Bocieiy'r'" Marion'
. eonty has presented to Col j "Bord a beaoi
7 kc Florida LeKislature had am quorum, ;
when Vote was token Tor-Presidential j
Electors That makes that election void. -
M t T I 1 f m.
; ried in a white velvet bridal' dress, trimmed
.lV liAaaAi1 tlnii wnrfts
WlbU ICTCU UJVIUOUU B 1. V M. Vft IU.
irfAiin'. BtTLiat,tfls: ttnderstooB,
- Intends to make a speech 'showing that the
resumption of specie payments is lmpractl
cable,7f ir? i , ?(T;1t..,P.jr..;,.!.f.,, .vfc;
The: careless uss f Kerosene oil on
T uesday morning, caused a fire in Chicago
whereby ; two young, men cam to their'
deatft-.'.-n "(i'f.-K.i-.l.itt'h;:;?.';:-.-. r-v;
Sax Fraxcisco has forty -eight 'newspa
pers and periodicals.' -The Morning Call
(Democratic) has the1 largest circulation,
14,000. 'j 1 si': - : :'
Ekgland has an army of 177.000 men :
70,202 iq the British Isles' ; 59,000 in India.'
and the; remainder in her other depend-'
encies." ' ' .
The highest rates ever known in Wall
street were paid for loans on Monday. A
few extra greenbacks would not even hurt
New York. . ,.r
Investigation shows' that forgeries to
the amount ot $120,000 have been commit
ted during the past four years in the And-,'
1 tor's office in St. Louis. i , f
It is stated that the Christmas Amnesty
Proclamation received the entire approba
tion of -General Grant, "before President
Johnson's signature was put to it. 1 -;
The World is stirring up New York city,
by its exposure of-the short measure, light
weights adulteration . of teas, coffees,
liquors ifcci, by retailers and saloons. '
Yankees and brokers in various parts of
Virginia are buying cp, at nominal prices,
notes given for Confederate War purposes.
They hope to make a good thing out of it.
Cot. James Me rri weather, for the past
. three years Warden of the Southern Indi
ana Penitentiary, has, resigned. Col. L.
Schller nasi been, appointed to fill the va
cancy. 'i ; - ;
Senators Henderson and Drake and
General Loan are reported to have enter
ed into a combination to defeat the election
of General ,.Schurz to the United States
Beatft-'r'j;-; .-'1(',;:ji:'f' -; " r"
The' ' twenty-two' . ladies of Perrysville,
Ashland , "county, who last week made a
descent upon a liquor saloon and destroyed
the liquor,' have bad their trial and have
been acquitted. .. B .' I '-. .
- Jr haa been ascertained that fresh water,
having in it a very slight percentage of
pbjswphato -of lime, does not act on lead
piped, as is apt to be the c?e when there
Is ao such Ingredients. , , ; f ., ,. ,
JeeaI C Brown", of Somen, Conn., hav
lng lost 'flva sheep by foxes, poisoned one
of th carcasses with . strychnine, and on '
the following morning lound lour foxes
lying beeida the dead sheep. '
ReCekti. an excitement was created in
MCConneilSvlIle by a married man desert
ing his wife and six' children and eloping
with a widows He took: with him 9,500
and left his imlly penniless. f il j' '
- t !s sUted that three; ears ago Post
master General Bandajf jwaa a bankrupt,
nd that now he is worth $200,000. "It is.
remarkablfl bow "rapidly Radical office-
holders accumulate large fortunes.
On Saturday a municipal election was
held in Chatunooga, Tenn. The extreme
Radicals were badly be tea a mixed tick
et, made up of Democrats and Republicans
committed, to. rebel enfranchisement, was
anopaaiftUyjr '. f .l"t.",T?;KA
Miss LADEX.EENothe sister' ot the
Renos hung at New Albany,. Ind, is said
to be a yoang lady of great beauty, of great
aceompUstanents, ot' great determination,
and that she hasawora vengeance upon the
Burdsxcxsal bar brothers, o-- ,
Waking up the Wrong Passenger
f. The Anti-Slavery Standard has come to
the conclusion that the Fourteenth Consti
tutional Amendment -'was f conceived in
stupidity , and ignoran.ee, " and that it was
passed only in consequence of "the cow
ardlce of Eepubllcan leaders and the crimi
nal obstinacy ol the traitor, President
Johnson, in the White House." Consider
ing that the " Traitor" in question opposed
it in every possible-way and -that it was
passed in Congress by the zealous efforts of
the great body ot the Republican members,
with. Messrs. Stevens, Bingham, Bodt
wexl and other prominent Radicals at their
head, this would seem to be rather strong
language. : iw..'. . .v. .. v - . : ,
This so-called Fourteenth' Amend
ment" is the one that failed to receive the
ratification of the number of States re
quired, and is, therefore, no more a part of
the Constitution than the Chicago Plat
form is a part of the Bible, Before
the required number of States was obtain
ed, Ohio, New Jersey and Oregon each
withdrew their assent, and until three
States are procured to take their place,
there is no Fourteenth Amendment. ' And
yet, for political purposes one of whicli
was to get rid of Jtrr. Davis without tiisl
Senator Spmnkr and the Radicals in Con
gress d dare it passed. , When the Stand
ard declares that it was conceived In "stu
pidity and ignorance," that paper Is mis
taken. It . was conceived in fraud and
b -onght forth in iniquity, and the first time
its legality is brought before, an honest
court, It will be decided that the fraudulent
attempt to foist it, upon the country will
not be a success. '-, -. iV,,' '
Gen. Grant "Indignant" at the
Charge that he will "Retrench."
V;Tbat portion of the Radical press, which,
while the offices are about being portioned
out to the greedy pack in waiting to re
ceive a bone, was loud in their 1 praise of
Gen. Grant, because he opposed new
subsidies to Pacific railroads, and argued
from a reported conversation on that sub
ject, that he was opposed to any increase
of the .National Debt, will how have to
take it all back: A special to' the New
York Times thus nips the retrenchment,
reform and ' non-extension of thePubli
Debt -policy of the incoming Admihistra
tion in the bud, - It says: ! '. " .
'It is understood that General Grant was
very indignant, this morning, at the pub-
uratlon ol a garoieo account or a eonver
sation he recently bad with Oag.es. Ames,
in which Grant is : reported us. opposing
Government subsidy to the Kansas branch
ot the U. P. R- R. The article in question
was gotten up in the interest of the rings
nere" i n 'v - jf;; .n
1 The indignation ot Gen. Grant will sat
isfy . the Railroad ring in Congress, ior it
shows that he is with them, heart and sou
Vast fortunes have been made by these
Government grants to the Pacific railroad.
and new. subsidies will increase them
What is the gain to these men, will be
loss to the country, for the pockets of the
people Willi have to furnish, in the shape
of taxes, the funds which thus go to enrich
members -of Congress, their: relatives and
friends, who alone prosper by this squan
dering of the people's money.- -: -:: .
The Telegraphic Joke about General
Grant's Retention of Officials.
cial.' ' '
om :Xa8P3ah.asAeJegraphed fn
the Associated Press dispatches, that Gen
eral G rant will not remove any man lrom
office who "has shown a peculiar fitness
for his position and evidence of his ability
to pcronu its functions in the highest de
gree of excellence and with honesty of
purpose, no matter what his political opin
ions may be; it would be improper to dls
place that, officer IRlth one who could at
least perform the daties no better."''. '
; The expectants Of office falling to see the
buge Joke thud perpetrateVre .almost at
their wits ends, and, are making oaths
good round oaths, ihey are that Grant
was not elected to keep any pi: 'Johnson's
officers in office. . .e .
: The kind of men proposed to be kept In
office are 'scarce as ben teeth. None such
are believed to exist among the Govern
ment employees, and, we much fear, none
will exist,"-until" after the Yandals are
driven from the Capitol which will be,
when the Democracy again take possession
of the Government.
Hon. Wm. Mungen.
This gentleman, the able Representative
in Congress rota. thePiith Ohio District,
favored us with a call yesterday . . We were
gratified, to Jlnd. him In . most excellent
health. vl- J. j
An interesting party, as we learn from
the Cleveland Herald, was given on the
19th Inst, at the residence ofDr. M. D,
Young, in Pittsfield. Each person's name
and age were then taken, the result show
ing seventeen present, the youngest a lady
in her seventieth year,!iten were over
eighty, six had passed eighty-seven, and
one man had entered.' his ninety-first year
or age. ' The total age of all 'was one thou
sand three hundred andjuaetyXour years.
The average age was eighty-two years.
LI tee a.-were born iu the-New England
States. .- ' : s : -
The Public Documents of the late Con
federate States,lnchidtng Davis' correspon
dence, it is asserted, are now concealed in
the South. Just before the fall' of Rich
mond there was a careful selection of im
portant papers, especially those In the office
of the President, and letters which in
volved confidences in the North and in
Europe, and these were conveyed out of
Richmond, and depos ited in a place where
they remain stored to this time. '
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The New House of Commons of Great
Britain, cotsposed of 65S members, con
tains 12 Independents, 5 Baptists, 5 Qua
kers, 2 Wesleyah Methodists, 1 Calvlnlstlc
Methodist, 17 Unitarians, 10 Presbyteri
ans, 6 Jews and 26 Roman Catholics, of
whom one only represents an English con
stituency. .The remaining 674afe proba
bly members of the Church of England.
W. A. Taylor, Esq., local editor of the
Zanesvllle Signal, on Christmas night,
while at the foot of the first flight of stairs
lead.ng to his room, was struck on the bead
by a rock thrown from the opposite side of
the street, slightly fracturing his skull and
rendering him senseless for about three
hours. ' i ' : :, "V.-
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A few,, evenings ago, in Marysville,
Union couuty, while a woman was fillings
snail bras i lamp with "Eureca Fluid," an
explosion occurred, throwing the fluid al
over herself, little daughter and niece, and
wrapping them all in a flame of fire. ' The
recovery ot mother and niece are consider
ed doubtlul. .
' The 'New England Railroads, it is
stated,'' are Introducing the cramped and
uncomfortable ars used in Great Britain,
while, on the other hand, the Old England
railways are gradually .adopting the long
cars 6i the United States.
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' In the course of its existence (36 years)
the Rochester Democrat has been burned
out three times in May, 1846, in Novem
ber, 1857, and on the nineteenth Inst. Its
loss by the last fire was about 935,000,
three-fourths of which is covered by Insur
ance ' .
Between 40,000. and, 50,000 sheep-, have
been killed this season in Tuscarawas
county.' Sheep that cost a lew years ago,
from 9300 to $500 being sacrificed along
with the poorest. .
Hon. Wm. Mungen. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Latest Indian Intelligence.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 29.
Gen. Sherman las' recefved' 'dispatches
from Gen. Hazen. at Fort Cobb to the 7th
Inst, and Iron GQuSheudan to .the same
uaie -r - -
Gen. Hazen says that since Gn Cusfer's
fight be has had re trouble in distinguish
lng between the friendly and hostile band
He pronounces all the Cheyennes and Ar
apahoes as unfriendly and hostile. The
Kiowaa are divided half and hair, theCo
manches are all or nearly all friendly.
The Apaches, the Klchles, the Caddoes,
the Wichita w, and. affiliated bands, num
bering about $.000, are clustered aro'uad
and near Fort Cobb, claiming the protec
tion of the Government, The hostile have
separated - from the friendly tribes,, and
gone over to the head ot the north iork ot
Red river, near the mouth of Sweet Wa
ter. They number some one hundred
warriors. - r .
- General Sheridan was to have left Camp
Supply, on the Canadian river,1 tor Fort
Cobb, on the 7th, and it was expected
that in 3 to 5 days from that date he would
be in communication with General Hazen,
and be able to strike the hostile Indians
without interfering w ith the , friendly
tribes. . , r
Salania, the principal Chief, of the
Kiowa, is represented as not having gone
to the hostile camp. General Bhpy man,
bowever, regards Salania and Ball Bear as
the most hostile and treacherous of the
Plains Indians, and believes no lasting
peace can be had with them while they are
at large, he has therefore given orders to
kill them, or if captured to imprison them
at Fort Gibson. , .......
Fire in Chicago—Loss of Life.
CHICAGO, Dec. 29.
About half-Daet five o'clock this morn
ing a fire broke out in Mr. Nichol's board
ing noose, ' located above store No. 49.
Franklin street, In this citr.'- ltoriglnate'J
by the careless use : Of kerosene . oil in
kindling a fire in the cooking stove. . The
flames spread with such "rapidity that es
cipe by the staircase was soon rendered
impossible Three men and a woman
jumped, from the windows in the fourth
story upon the root of a two story building
and escaped with slight injuries, but two
brothers, Wallace" and Louis Card. aord
eignceen ana ntteen respectively, mot a dif
ferent fate.. Standing in a front window
on the fourth story, they joined hands aud
leaped headlong into the street. One was
instantly killed, his head bursting by the
concussion, and the other died within fif
teen minutes afterward. The pecuniary
loss was slight. . . . r.
CHICAGO, Dec. 29.
James M. Morrison,, one ot ' our oldest
and wealthiest 'citizens, died of heart dis
ease last eveniBg.' He left $750,000, a wife
and one child. n . I .m. . . i i.
The Teachers' Convention metto-davat
rmria. it is oemg numerously attended.
R. Johnston & Co.'s drygoods store In
Lacoh. Marshall county, Illinois, was de
stroyed by flre last night. ...Loss heavy,
' The colored citizens of St. Paul, .Miane-.
sota, project a grand jubilee on New Year'i
day, to commemorate their recent enfran
The new Farwell hall Is to be dedicated
on the 19tb proximo. Rev. W. M.Punsnow,
tne &ngh8h orator, is to othciate. ; . .
The lifeless bodv of Wni. Saladine.
prominent brewer of this city, was' ton nd
suspended from the ceiling of his brewery
this morning. No. canse for. the suicidal
act Is known. His business was good and
nis aomestic relations were nappy - ..
Robbery and Fire.
PEEKSKILL, Dec. 29.
The office o the American Ex Dress Com
pany was enteted by burgliirs early yester
oay morning. The safe was blown ;vpen
and robbed ot twelve hundred dollars.
The place was then set on fire. The office
was under the City Hotel, which was de
stroyed, together with the erocerv of E,
ingersoii. loss about insured
BOSTON, Dec. 29.
Sneaker Colfax was the truest of "Lieut
Gov. Claflin last night, and gives a recep
tion here to-night ac a hotel.
' The steamship Toriia, from. Liverpool,
nas arrived. .
SPRINGFIELD, MASS., Dec. 29.
'Samuel Bowles declines the dinner ten
dered him by Got: Bullock and other dis
tinguished citizens of Boston.
SPRINGFIELD, MASS., Dec. 29. Died.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 29.
Dr. Wm. S. Blshon. surereOn of the TT.
JMaval Asylum, died yesterday.
Injured in a Gale.
BOSTON, Dec. 29.
The steamer Larifa. from Livemool. In a
heavy, gale on the 19th broke her rudder
head, parted her rudder chains and was
aiterwarus steered entirely by spars.
RUTLAND, Vt. Dec. 29.
At a meeting of citizens of this town
held to-day, the town voted to aid in the
building ot the Portland and Rutland raL'
road to the amount of $300,000.
BOSTON, Dec. 29.
The steamship Libera, from Llverncol
NEW YORK MELANGE.
Card From James Fisk.
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.
James Fisk is out in' a-card announcing
that, the attaekon him In-the borlntrneld
Republican was the occasion of the arrest
of Mr. Bowles. isle think he was msti
fled in So doing. ' He i(FIsk) savs : "In or
der to protect my rights,' I -appealed to the
law, whjen is the highest expression of
human wisdom for the good government
ot mankind. It error has been committed
those who made the law committed it. I
regret that the "wife of Sam Bowles, Esq,
01 apringnein, juass, was aisiuroeo or an
noyed by her husband's temporary - ab
sence, as for the sympathy : of the
sycophantic - horde of office seekers
and small bean editors ' who ' clamor
ed . round . the jail, gates for their
comrades' release, I am indifferent. Mr.
Bowles proposed the game himself, and I
bowled bim over the nrst innings.- 1 think
wilt generally be conceded that I have
as mucn riant to defend ms7 personal char
acter as any newspaper bas to attack if.
At all events 1 shall do so with the most
unflinching determination until itlsprov
ed to tbe contrary, - Mr. Bowles need not
fear but that 1 will bring bun to trial be
fore a judicial tribunal, and then LetjuS'
tice De aone, cnougn ice neavens lau."
The Alabama Claims.
It is stated that there is not a shadow ol
truth in the reported baMs ot agreement
between America and England on the
Alabama- claims. A messenger from Rev
rdy Johnson, witn tne treaty as laras
agreed upon, will arrive at Washington
within a lew day b.
BY ATLANTIC CABLE.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 29.
Is confidently asserted that the Porte
opposes the holding ot the conference.
Bismarck on the Situation.
Bismarck on the Situation. NEW YORK, Dec. 29.
An American gentleman recently
had conversations with Count Bismarck,
gives the following as Bismarck's state
ment ot his relations with the continental
powers : As regards Boumania he said he
bad written to Prince Charles telling him
to take the late King Leopold of Belgium
for his model, to give up all hope of an ex
tension of bis territory, and to administer
his Government with strict regard to ex
isting European treaties; that if he was
not inclined to do this nothing was left lor
him but to go home to his father. This
letter was the cause of the change just
made In the policy of that prince.
Count Bismarck's representations accord
ingly, to the Austrian Minister here, ol
this proceeding, and of bis position to
ward Hungary, had the effect of causing
the latter to express his satistiactlon with
the peaceful intentions of this Govern
ment. Count Bismarck said the alliance
with Bussia was one looking to a continu
ance of peace and bad no reference to a
state of war. As to the Southern German
States he said it was his intention to leave
to them entirely the question of their ad
mission to the Confederation ; that it would
not be long beiore iney wouiu come Knock
ing at the door. : Until then he hoped Ger
many would be closer and closer drawn
together by common legislation, and
through the customs ot Parliament.
The Conference and the, Saltan.
Constantinople, Dec. 28, Via London, 29.
A circular from the Sublime Porte, just
received, confirms the report of the Sul
tan's refusal to participate in the priected
conference H the Cretan questiootls to -be
Denial. LONDON, Dec. 29.
TiiwiuiwauwnwiiaKm naa-tfemea giv
ing authority to Greek Government vessels
to use the Russian -flag for any purpose
whatever. -. .
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Collision Between Greeks and
PARIS, Dec. 29.
I . Reports have been received here of a
collision between a band of Invading
,ureeks ana a loraisu lorce, in ibe Turkish
'province of Albania. The Greeks were
Emigrant Ship Lost—Reported
Great Loss of Life.
LONDON, Dec. 29.
r' The emigrant ship Starry Banner, bound
to New fork, was totally lost la a gale
December 21st, seven hundred miles west
jot the coast ot Ireland. Forty-two people
; were saved on rafts and have arrived at
-Boulogne, France.' The Captain and the
,restot the crew and passengers, one hun
dred and twenty-two souls, all to. d, were
lost. Major Henry Jay, late ot tbe Amer
ican army, was a passenger on the ill-fated
i vessel and was mainly instrumental in
saving the lives of his fellow passengers.
! A careful examination of marine authori
ties fails to show any record of any vessel
of the above Dame, which leads to a hope
1 that farther advices may-bring news of a
Jess startling character in relation to this
disaster. ; '
The Emigrant Ship Starry Banner
LONDON, Evening, Dec. 29.
; The report of the foundering of the emi
grant ship Starry Banner is a hoax, al
though published by tbe entire press ot
iixmoon to-Kisy. ' Tbe original dispatch an
nounced the sate arrival of Beveral passen-
; gers at Boulogne, but a telegram lrom that
olty in answer to inquiry for lull particu
' lars ior the Associated rress conveys tli
' assurance that there -has been no such ar
rival as reported. ' 'T
FLORENCE, Dec. 29.
- The Morning Post to-day publishes a cor
respondence between Jas. o. Bennett, ir
of New York, and Mr. Asliury, ot London,
looking to . an ocean - race between the
Dauntless and Cambria. In its comments
the Post prelers the Azoris track as one
. much better adapted to test the sea going
qualities ot the vessels and seamanship ot
the masters, than tbe regular traus-Atlan
tio route. -The writer exhorts the owners
of the British schooner yachts to loin 1
the race, and says the Sappho will partici
pate. ..... . .'-..:'.:,
MADRID, Dec. 29.
General Caballero has- been ordered to
take troops to the provinces of Saville
and Gefva, to prevent any trouble. The
country, however. Is entirely tranquil.
xne uovernmrnt bas contracted a loan
With Evlanger.- ; ' - j :
PARIS, Dec. 29.
The legal tribunals have forbidden the
use of the title Moniteur to the new official
organ. - -
PARIS, Dec. 29.
' The details of the Conference have all
been agreed on and sessions will begin in
tuts city Saturday next,
PARIS, Dec. 29. CUBA.
Use of Strychnine by the Insurrectionists.
HAVANA, Dec. 29.
i The followino; report is made by Spanish
olllcials in relation to tne use ol scrycu
nine bv the insurrectionists. The revolu
tionists cooked a' quantity .of provisions.
which had previously been prepared with
strychnine, and then retreated, expecting
the Spanish troops, on their arrival at the
rebel camp, would eat the food. - -. .
HAVANA, Dec. 29. ST. DOMINGO.
Baez in Full Possession.
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.
." "A letter from St. Dominfro, Dec. 14th
says: The deleatof the Oxandez squad by
the Government troops leaves President
Baez in full and peaceful" possession of the
LONDON, CANADA, Dec. 29.
Jonrs, the . murderer ot his niece, was
executed this mornins: at half past ten
o'clock. Many thousands of people were
collected aoout tne scanoia. ue was at
tended all nijtht by various clergymen, but
aeruea sis guut to tne last. - ,,
LONDON, CANADA, Dec. 29.
. The sleeping car attached to the night
man train on tne ureac western railroad,
from Michigan Falls, ran off the track at
Ji,astwood, this morning, and rolled down
an emDankment eighteen leet. - The car
contained eighteen persons, twelve of
whom are more or less injured, two of
whom it is feared fatally. -
: Thk Marion Mirror hopes the selection
for Governor by the Democratic party
will not be confined to Judge Ban ney and
Hon. George II. Pendleton, and adds to the
list the names of Dr. Wayne Griswold
Hon. F. C. Leblond, Hon. P. Van .Trump,
Hon. Milton Say lor. Gen. Geo. W. McCook
: The Statesman. Any of our readers
wishing an additional newspaper should
subscribe for the Statcsman, which is one
of the ablest aud most discreet papers in
the State. It is edited by . B. Ksheltnan
and C. B. Flood, two of the best writers
anywhere. Chillicothe Advertiser.
DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, net 1
fligb street, Colnmbns, Ohio, has devoted himsel
or a series ot years to tne treatment oi certain piu
ate diseases, tie may biceDSulted at bis ome.
Broad wa. near the Excbanve Bark
1Y1 VOl l'H re?tored in four weeks. Suceesf
gnaranteed. DR. KICOHD'K sKCoj OF L1FK
restores mahlv Dowers, from whatever eaae ari
ains; tbe effects of e&rlT pernicious habiis, self
abase, itn potency ana Climate, aire away at once to
this wonderf ul medicine, if taken regularly accord
in a to the directions (which are very simple and re
quire no restraint from buaiues." or pleasure.) Fail
are is impossible, rtald in bottles at 3, or four
quantities in one for Is. To be had only of tbe sole
appointed agent in America,- H. Uxkitzin, 97
1 aim Ave., corner mid ei., new x ors.
BATCHELOR'8 . HAIK VE. Thit
splendid Hair Dye is tbe best in the world ;
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable
instantaneous; no disappointment : no ridiculoui
tints: remedies the ill enectft of bad dves: invig
orates and leaves tbe Hair soft and beautiful, black
or Drown. Soli by all Urnggists and reriumers :
and properly applied at Batchelor's Wig F'actory
Mo. IS Bond street. X- York. - pnt aprSS dAwly
I hats heard it highly extolled and have seen its
wonderful effects, writes Uarttra. M. Johnson, of
Derby, Ct.. about Palmer Letion.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
Corner Broad & High Sta.
P. HATDBH. JOS. HCTCHKSOH.. . W. . B ATI
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
IC. 13 8. HIGH STREET,
lanJO-dly-r . ' Colaaabua, O.
S. S. PINNEY'S
AHCmd ACADEMIC IdJfOW OPKN AT
.For juveniles, (Saturday altcrm" n.
P. M. Gentlemen's evening class
BALL, Z3d intt.. at o'clook P. ii.
rrm 1 to 5
Xhe Ohio Statesman has a
larger Clrcnlation than any pa
per pnhlished la'tblx City or Cen
tral Ohio. Advertisers will bear
.th is. 4n. , -M,-.
TITESSRS. ANDREWS. PPRRT CO.. EX-
inwiTs iwinwn or tbu atty.sra anr.4
in reraoTiril their ftrck to their new premise. Ho".
4 and 16 North Huh xtreet. tbori dislence aonth
of tbeir present location, and will open ont In a
few dajs greatly enlarged and improraJ. dec 30
' StockholderV Bcelin.O H
OP Kin R Off TflR
Chicago Ind. C'int. R'r f'o &
COLCMBI S, O
, l)toember Mth. 1888.
era of the Colnmhna. Ihin.ffn mnA T.H;.n.
Central Railway Company will ke bald at the of
fi-aef the Com pen t. in the citT of Columbus.
State of Ohio, on FRIDAY. theSTH day of JAN
UARY, 1868, between the boars of 10 A. M., and S
y. M., toapprore or reject a eontraet eMth the AW
lantia A Qreat Western Railway Con pany ana to
brie Railway Comoany. and for other purpoeea.
By oraer of the Board.
: GORDON WOODIB.
j ; COMMERCIAL BANK.) fj;
The cotninr.Bct t. ba"k! locatea
in ".Sessions' B oek,"eorner Hiali and Long
streets, will be open for business January 4th, I860
Aoeour.ts of individuals and firms solicited and
tatisfaction tnaranteed INTEREST ALLOWtD
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Hilrer. Foreian
and Domestio Exchange. tJoyernment Bonds and
looal securities bought and sold. Passat: Tickets
to and from all the principal porta in turope is
sued. Tbe abore Bank will be open for the transaction
of business, except paying ohecks, WednesdaT and
satarday evenings of each week, from Ttoto'clock.
decso eodlm . J. A. JEFFHiYCashier.
AHFW A1V1 COtriPI.F.XE COAI)'
COOKING KTOVE, combining large oven )t
good baking qualities, beauty of design, eoonotnv
of fuel-, and cheapness, for sale by the manufac 1.
tarers. who have a fine line ot Wood ''notinf.l
Stoves and Hollow-ware. GlLI, S REEVE.
dec23 eodlm-r . 00 North High fct.
FLORAL i GUIDE
'bFor 1800.' - f':,
j m a i f.
THE firt edition of One HrKDRiD TnorsAnil
of Vicx'a Illustrated Catalogs oi!
Sekds and Cuidr in ibi t low br Uakdin it
now published. It makes a work of loo paces.!
beautifully illustrated, .its' about ISO Fine Wood'
Engravings of Flowers and Vegetables-, and an El-i
egant Colored Plate, ,
A BOtQCET OF f LOWERS.
It is tbe most beautiful, as well aa the most in
structive Floral Guide published, giving plain ant
laoroDKQ oireciions inr G. At A J tHE ot J?AiOW-
r,Kana v tttv i AriLtts. t
The JTlorai (iuide is published for tbe benefit nli
my custoniere, to whom it is sent free without ap 1
uoaiion, uub win oe iorwaraea to ail wno appl.v:
y rnnil. for Ten Cents, which is not half the cost i
Address JAMES VICK,
decl.ded3t&weow2w-oirr-n j i k. i
50 PER CKT. REDUCTION.
NOTICE TO KIEHCIIANT!', BANK,
. ers. Brokers. Publishers. Stationers, Print,
era. Companies, Lawyers, Architects. Schools.
Clergymen. Circulars. Prices Current. Letters
Quotations.Catalogues. Musio, or anv documents or i
drawings may be obtained at the following extraor-,' ;
dinarr eheae prices : - 100 eooies. fao imilies. ot
1,000 copies, (8, Ac; 100.000 copies, $450, or 60 pel
cent, upon the above prices nay tie saved by using
hsoosi'i ratent Autogrannie rrttiticg frees. to
Offices. Publishers. Stationers. Printers. Schools.
Companies. Ac. Price (80. A young boycan strik.
off 100 copies, letter site, pr hour, of any dooo
meet, drawing, music, with the greatest la-iluy. ,
aiaurice ratent; states nights are sold attnoderat-t
prices. Public experiments each Saturday.
ct. B. All kinds ot lithographic work are don
with the greatest care at the lowest rates. Mauri
ice s ratent Autographic and Lithographic Print
in..- Writing and bnaravinff kstablianmewt. -M
Worth William street, JNew A org. , .
DRUNKE.N NQE SS
,!;--.:i. . otraio ' witsT s; t -
' DE. JOHNSTON'S -
S 1LE.C LIMC i
The only Infallible and F armless remedy. Can be'
given with or without the patient e knowledge.
. itrad VT. Jonnston's Ireatisoon Urunken- '
ness, its Consequences and Cure." Try. ;
the SPECIFIC, and be con-
HANKERING FOR TOBACCO
Chred-with DB. JOHNSTON'S AROMATKf
ANTI-TOBACCO COMPOUND, a sweet .end
pleasant pi epsration create-" no vomiting after lti
use. Toba:coneed not be diFcarded all at once.
lor tne ivOmDouna nestrova tne aeaire gradual v
TOB BALS Bl ALL DRUGGISTS,
AUG. J. SCHUELLER, '
Proprietor. Columbus, O.
Tbe Columbus and Hocking Val
ley liailroad Company.
IVotice to Htoclihoidcrsj.
Columbus. Ohio, Deal 18th. 18es.
NOTICE 13 HtREBF GIVEN' THAT A
meeting of the Stockholders of this -Cooirany
will be held at its office, in the eitv of Columbus
on Tues iav, January -J6ih. 1663. between tbe hours
of lOo'olock A. M. and 3 o'olock P. M.. M which
thirteen Oiretors for said Company will Je elected,
and such other business transacted aa may be
brought before the meeting, ritocknolders are re
minded that tbe lav Droviaes that "after tbe first
election of Directors, no person shall vote on an
share on wnion any installment is due and unpaid." I
- bec'y and Trees.
Agents Wante d SI 0 a Day.
. A w it ours g-vts. ,94. ,
LLOYD'S - !U
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Of America and turope, America anal
tue t b 1 tea aiamei A merlca..
Colored in tone Counties. " ' '
Ht8F, OKEAT MAPS. NOW JC'ST
completed, show every place rf imnnrtnce.
all Railroads to date, and tbe latest altera
t'ons in the various European nta'.es. These
MniM are needed in everr School and familv in th
land they occupy the space of one II a p, and by
means o Hhe Reverser. either side can be thrown
front, and any part brought level to the eye. Coun
ty Rights and laige discount given to good Agents.
Apply for Circulars, Terms and Sample Maps, to
decn-dewlm-r - 33 Cortland, St.. . V.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS CHEAP.
A. GItKAT . VARIETY.
Pric irons Teas Cents to Fir
U BinlreI Uollarsi. a i .' .
PIANOS. ORGANS AN1 MELODEON3.
Nm. Seven Octave Pianoa. Rosewood. .nA w..
ranted for five years, for only Tnree Hundred Dol
lars. Now is the time to buy anything in the na
sio trade or Oliver riatea are, vat Af.
SILVER PLATED WARE..
A good assortment, either in Sets or Single Arti
Call and examine our otocK, whether you bey
no. - - .--traawfcai. wu t.
No. 36 North High street.
dec33-dlw-n I1AKKIS Sc CO.
r PHILOSOPHY. OF MARRIAGE. A K
Couasa or Lectukib. as delivered at the New
rorx museum 01 Anatomy, emoracing tbe rab-
lots: How to live and what to live for: Youth.
M.t.nrit. and Old Ace: slanhood .OTiftt-.!1 .
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vons diseases accounted for; Alarriage pbilosopb
icftUy considered Ac. . .....
Pocket volumes containing these leaturea will h.
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing HtCRtT AR V, Niw
Vnac VcsKf or Anatomy and Sviknoi. 6 la
Bkoadwat Nrw Tobk. vnr-febs-dly '
" P L A N
LIFE INSUBAHCE CO
United States ' of ; America;
WA8B1BQTOH. D. O.
CHABTKRKD BY sPKClAlf ACT 0F.
Cash Capital, - $1,000,000.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
-j '" '''PHILADELPHIA,
To which all general eorreepondeaee should be ad-
aressea. . . ,
" - nppirt'RB. - - --
CLARENTK H. CLARIC. Pn.Mnit! A . . S
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finanoe and Exaoativt
- committee. .
HENRY D. i OOKE, Tie Fresident
EiltKSON W. FEET, Secretary and Actuary,
THE ADVANTAGES -
Offered b th 1. (InmiMn, , - -T
It is National Company, chartered by ipeoial
act 01 congress, jeee. -It
has a paid up capita of 11.000,000, ,
It offers low rates of nreminm. -
" It farnishea larger lneuranoe than other Compa.
It is definite and certain in its terms.
It is a borne Company in every locality.'
- It Polioies are exemDt from attachment.
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol
' Everv Policy is non-rorfeitaMe.
Policies may be taken that wiH pay infrared tbeir
inn amount ana retnrn-eil tne premiums, so that
tbe Insurance costs only the inter, at on the annua
folieies may be taken which pay to the Insured,
after a certain number of years, during life, an an
nual income of one-tenth the. amount named in the
'No eJra rate is charged for risks upon the lives
It insures not to pav dividends, but at )
cost. that dividends will be impossible. . t
.. JOHN W. ELLIS i CO '
Cincinnati. Ohio; Ueneral Agents for dhjo.Centnl
. ano southern Indiana. . ,
.ii(.i..gL. n. tmwrmJU'dlu
Colu-nbus. Special Agent for Franklin. Licking,
AiusJiingum ana osoootnn counties. (
CLAftK & FARMER'S
i listH e.
. it : t .- or i . . '
Now open for inspection at . I.
No. 5, Neil House Block.
CLARK & FARMER
a : i i - -a -t. t 4 j
Are showing the most attractive assortment of
. .. . - . i
Have on exhibition a splendid assortment o?Wliite
, and Black i1
ASTMCHAS r SKATMH'miS;
Hay be found the
tLLbAN I '-UnhBt SETTSs
:; !.i',iP ' -its trt-r'
'.l.llOl.'1 V J'
AT ' CLARK . & "FARMER,1
,CLAR K & ' FARMER
Those most delicate
' ; i
,t " .
o Admired by every person of refinement.
FUR FOOT MUFFS,
'' So comfortable for traveling.
Great Emporium for
HEAR. HUDSON BAT WOLF. FOX AUSTRAL-
- IAN COON. CAT. ALASKA. BUFFALO
, AND PRAIRIE WOLF BOBES. ;:
,. LAP - BLANKETS. AFA
. GflANS. FUR GLOVES.
. MUFFLERS. CAPS. ",.,..'"
. , Ac.. Ac, ia.
deoK-dtf. ' - .-
NATIONAL TRUST CO.
. OF THK CITY OP MBTW TOBK,
Capital -One Million VoIIars.
..nt CHARTERED BY THE STATE t .1
DabiusU. Uanoam. Pree't. Jas. Mbkrill, Seey
ReeMvrn Denosfaand allows FOUR PERCENT.
INTEREST on all Daily Balances, subject to check
at sight, hpecial Deposits fee Six months or more,
mar be made at fire per cent. Tbe Capital of One
Million Dollars ia divided among ever SOOShare-
noiaers. oom prisma mm gentlemen ol large wealth
ana nnanciai expeuvuee,
I finanoial experience, who are also personally
le to depositors for all cblieationa of the Com-
it to double tee amount of their capital stick.
theNatioaaf Trust Company receives deDosiu
As the National Trust Company receives deposiu
in large or email amounts, acd permits them to be
drawn as A wbole or in pa t by check at sight and
anoes, parties throughout the country can keepae
counts in this Institution with special adrantages
jno.; a ; hoberts,, l
rrAii rr iDTiri no DPorrHrnv
AVIJJEiA HieilvaiAiJ. 1 AaIII? IJlUEiltlt
- . AXD
A full stock of Condrey's, Rummel's and Lubin's
,-., Extracts aud Pomades, , t l ,
Km. 864 Nartsm Uiffb Street, ' ' ' "
decll-eodlm COLUMBVS, OBIO.
" o ticks ' iet, rmt
"au, iurt, waiito, "FssncT,
Boarllv,c.,'n.t eiceedlnng tiik
llaeav pnblUaed . ( Ma c.iaBa U
O cent a eatcsi Insertion,
I offer for sale the twotory double brick bouse
iwea.'"aa , aasi saa door m iiii l
-ibw i tae frame (toreroom attached theritoT 'h'o"u"sw
0,'w,?, W loom'l trret and S eeUars. and to
built in the most Improved and and aVitantial
manner, i bim eiser nam aaMnry vtoek ef toods on
the premises, consisting ot elothing, boots shoaa
and miacellaneoua -.arr. at t-0 rur niii Ms
than thej can. be Wughtat aoy ether atore in tb7
yy AWTee-A' lit n aotiye mak-t
sSSSiU BherLoek and FlaMi? Btiteh
lsLJ'akP' Wacon furnished an a tare
.uoww. ,roi fun particnlars call oa
. ,-iJ..C. BIN ACER.
' d.diw,w. tea ."Barjafti:-1
3 ST11E::STKEET .jmmEB.
ia; -PE-i.i a t it1 :
jnn$rr ceass compAinr x
First week of the greatest 8eneUo.Actreases f
i z, the age, .
it LOUISE AND ADA U
A See ProgTamn.es dally.. , '' decSS
SIX NIGHTS ONLY. Commeneinr'. ''
jnComaj, IHceaiber. 89(11. , IMS.
' Returnof the favorite. :
B.The Great Conjuror with his Troupe Tf Learned
B'rds. PerfonnAOc White Mice, and Trained Rus
sian Cats. ,.. , .. ,
( tOO - ' - PRESENTS ' - Ifjo "
Will be given awsy every night. MATIJJEII
SATURDAY AFTKRNOOX J.ary U, fwfhe
accommodation . f rVhools. on -hi.i.
Child wiU receive a Present. ww.00, oa
Admission, S cento;. Reserved Beats. M cental
Family Tickets. admitting Six person., S1.00. Adl
mission, tp Matinee. Children. IS cents, Adnlu'
- . - y . .- . deeM-dSt-r.
. Exuberant Beallh
If a blessing vouchsafed to few. Evea those who
have been favored by nature with strong constitu
tions and vigorous frame are apt to negleot the
precautions necessary to preserve these preciou"
endowments. Is deed, as a rule,- the more healthy
andTotnrst arm tats, the" more liberties he is in
clined to uke with hii own physique. It is some
consolation to jthe naturally weak and feeble to
know that ther can be to invigorated and built up.
by a proper use of the means which science bag
plaeed at their disposal, as to bare a much better
ohanee of long life and exemption! from disease
and patn, than the-most athletic of thejr Tellowa
who are foolish endnga lo suppose, themselves m
vulnerable, and aot accordingly . '
It ia not too mnoh to aay that more than half tbe
people of the civilised '.world and as oteaHcuml
tonio to enable them t support the strain apon
their bodiea and.minds. which the Jast 4ifof Abig
restless age occasions. .In fact, a pur. Ao2esowM,
ntacUltilntol the grand desideratum of the
busy millions, and they have the article in HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. It is a sta
inal m kdicinb, C. it imparts permaaeat strength
to i weak systems and invigorates delicate constl
futions. Its reputation and it; Ales have steadily
increased. Competitive preparations have been
introduced ad Mm, and. a far -as the public is
concerned, ad naweeum, in the hope of rivaling iaj
hat they have all either perished in the attempt,
or been left far la the rear. It has bean the obiat
MEDICAL SUCCESS OP TBaVrBISKNT CINTtJT. and
it is quite certain that no proprietary medieine ia
this country is as widely known., or as generally
used, , , hf. , '..',.- '';
Ten lightning presses, runaing incessantly (8un.
days excepted) the whole -jear. through , barely
supply the demand for the Illustrated Almanae.
in which the nature and uses of the 'preparation
are set forth, the circulation now, being over live
millions a year. .. w.., . A ,i u; . 1 i
maysadeod&wly-cw . . - - rrra.w
ALLCOCK19 POKOCS PLiASTCJU T
ACCOllULATB ELECTBICITT, U.
Whereby the circulation of she blood becomes
eunlired 'npon the part wherejODlydeanAinf
pain and morbid action to cease. -
Was there eTSxpubliihedstroager evidence than
Certificate fraoair. Vterflar, Eser.
'For two years (hare been a great sufferer front
neuraJgia in the head, axul found only temporary
wlhif fiuui all thr -variomrTemeaWi ttar I have'
tried, until I Applied Me of TALLCOCK'S PO-
E0P3 jtASTKBS.r.1 out U into three strips.
Iplaeingone under each
shoulder blade and the othn
er ever the tiaH -ef my back, and for the patt
three months I have had 'scarcely a twinge of tha
old painI advise all whasaffarfroae veewilla.
eases to lose no time in making a trial of the won
derful plaster .'tXiC-iA J .
A. F. STERLING. Seo'y Bim ertlfg CCT
New Iork. Jane . 188B. t.' " ' ;; A I
Principal Agency. Bahdbxtm . ' Hours. . Sew
York, Bold by all druggists.
"luneWIAwlycm-yeKT -' 1 1 ''-J
8TKRU.tG 8ILTEB WABi' .
AND r . S 4 i- . I
f INE. ELECT I i.PUTED WARE; !
Vdf nADDia V 1 . ninn.r.n rrk nw
PRUT ENCE. R. L, h ving the largest maa-"
tactcry ,. oo . a er . In the world; witlt)
the most mproved mach . vy. and employing the.
. i.:n -1 , 1 1 1 t i . .
Qaned variety of e-and beautiful designs in.
Liinner servieee, lea a-vices, ana every article
specially adapted fori Kday and Bridal Gifts.
They offer also their well-known and unrivalled
Nickel Silver Electro-Plated Ware, in which the
have introduced new patterns of rare elegance.
The Solid Silver is guaranteed to be of sterling
guaranteed to he superior to the finest SreOel '
ware. Orders received lrom' the Trade 'only. ba
these goods may be-obtained from responsible
dealers every heiei t jt . i-t
imiv aims . 1.1
GORHAM. MANCFACTDRINO CO..
, Salesroom No. 3-Alaidaa Ina. K. Y.
i novVdi w43im-renT -
CRISTADOKO'S FAIrlR ::f"tj
Is the offspring of a great fact. Ho one tan think
of denying that his '- '
' "EXCELSIOR HAIR DYE
Brings out a finer BROWN or BLACK than any
other, in a shorter time, an3 without injury to thA.
hair. This is a truth as apparent as that the saa -lights
the earth. - tf
AND BBADTIF1ER. The toilet, without this ar
tiole, leaks its most useful attribute. Nothing it -
so common in this ooantry as the Tailing out of the I
hair." The preservative prevents it. The fierss eaa
ao more loosen and drop off. if this article is regu -brly
applied night and morning, than if each ware )
Sxed in a vice. - The testimony on this point is
ovewhelmhnr. while the beautifying and In vigors- '
properties of the fluid are equally well established i
Said by Druggists, and applied by all Hair Dress-
enr-MBunuluiy No: fl6 "Maiden Lane." rrlncipa I'
Depot No. Astot Houee, ,, j : ; i.
juneia-dAwljompeMT ... . "..".'
Orv Xofolaa' Temeglam Hsrse Ual-
. Pinf bottles at $1. for tbe cure pfiamene ss
scratches, wind galls, sprains, bruisesplints, enia
solio, slipping stifle, over-heating, sera throat, nail1
in the foot. Ao. It Is warranted cheaper and bet
ter than any other article ej offered to tbe pa Wie a
Thonsanda of animal have been eared ef the eoH
snd over beating by the Liniment: and hundreds
that were crippled and bam aave been restored to
tbeir toroMl vigor.- It is ased by the flrst horse-"
men throughout the Stales. Orders are oonatantlv'
received, lua the rsnisg etaliles ef aTsalnd fur
fresh supplies of this invaluable artiele. Over
1500 testimonials have been received. ' Remember
one dollar laid out in time may gave the life of
your horse. Sold by all Druggists. OlBoe. M Park '
Place, New York.
i i-.u "'-'i .
A HOLIDAf PRESET r.-Ledies and
gentlemen, young and old. desirous ef a. ving their
hair beautiful for the Holiday, shoal use a lot- ;
tie ef CHEYALIKR'8 LIFB FOB THK HAIR at "
n a ri,...iii. TrMtise en th n.i.
Bead Xhevaliert ITraat wen tna Hair.
Freetoall. Given away at tb. Drug Stores, or sent
by mail free. This book eboaM W read ty every i
person. It teaches to cultivate and have beautiful
hair.' and restore ray nair to its original color.
top its falling rsmorsa all 'faitatioa "or daa- "
draff from the soala. thus keeping the halt beauti
ful to the latest period or life.
. .fSFTitr J " v d
im . Meuioai limes" saya ef th
thie Work: "n'hig
i ii . n i . v...
Taiuui. ireaiise on tne cause ana euro or prema
tare decline, shows how health ia impaired throeiefc '
otuiv. mwovw vi jvuiu ana awuiuua, ana now
easily regained. It eives a clear aynopsia of tbe -impediments
to marriage, the cause and effects of
nervous debility, and the remedies therefor." 1,
pocket edition of the above will be forwarded ea
receipt of 35 cents, by addressing Doctor Cdbtib
No. 88 North Charles street, Baltimore, Md.
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