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Editorial f lr Pace. t
S'riMtiasr Office r Sale.
Aalf-lnterrt In the best paying Demo
cratic county pipe; la-the State, U offered
for sale to one who has the ability to take
cbarjte of the -editorial department." For
particular address J. A. Estill, Miller-
-Th editor ;Of the Salem Republican
who is a Republican and a member ol the
Boa, ia bit editorial notes from the
. CapltaL." makes this strong point against
: the ten per centers: "The utrotg srjrumect
made was ten per e4t. Interest would In
crease the supply of money, and the poor
man would be the gainer almostexelnsiTe
ly, and not the money lender. Strange,
bowerer, that the dealer aad speculator In
. greenbacks should be the only one to de
mmA the law,, whilst their toiling neighbor
oppose It. ; It Is not often that capital seeks.
through- pure disinterestedness, to sacrifice
Itself A Ttetlmto labor. . i
FRIDAY, January 29, 1869.
The PRESIDENT, called the Senate to
l-rler at tea o'clock. s
Pnr hv the Ray. h. Vanrleman.
' B.B.NO. 438, by Mr, 8AYLOR To au
thortse onuntv commissionera to . pay for
material used In the construction and re
pair ot free turnpike roads. Referred to
the eommltte on Roads and Highways.
HrB.No. 493. by Mr. SKA ATS To de
fine and limit the cowers of cities ot the
first elans In the leasing ana pnrcnasing oi
real estate for city purpose. - rteierrea to
S.B. Wo. 311, by Mr. TORRENCE To
amend section three or tne act tort ne as
sessment and taxation of property in this
State, and lor levying taxes inerron ac
cording to tt true value In money, passed
Anril 5. 1859. .
The obieet of the bill is to exempt from
taxation the brooertv of Building Aseocl-
- attone, except such as may be Invested in
real estate or in mortgages on real estate
THIRD U. S. COURT DISTRICT.
Mr. SCRIBNEB. from the Judiciary
eommtttee. reported back S. J. R. No. 70
Relative to creating a Third District for
the courts of the United States in the State
of Ohio, and recommended Its adoption.
The question wa put, and resulted as
loi lows: - - i . . - " . T
Yias Messrs. Everett. Kelfer, Penney,
: Kraner, La wrenee, May, Onderdonk, Potts,
ltx, acrtoner iu." - '
Nats Meters. Bigg. Brooks. Burrows,
Campbell, Emmltt, , Godfrey, Hatcheson,
Jamison, Keesler, ' Stedman. Torrence,
Wood worth. Yeoman 13. -Ro
the resolution was not adopted.
Tir. HUTCH ESON moved a reconsidera
tion of the vote, and supported his motion
by an argument in faver of the resolution.
Jr. &UUUJVS mjemea against me resolu
tion on the. ground of the national expen
diture, to which the measure proposed
won Id rivene. 'i ;vi t
Mr. LAWRENCE waa la favor of the
motion to reconsider. .,-.
Mr. BURROWS was opposed to the res
olution now before the Senate, but was not
opposed ro a resolution rcomuieuuniu w
Congress, if they should deem It expedient,
to establish a Third District in Ohio, to lo
CALL OF THE SENATE.
" Pendlne the motion to reeonstder, v--
Mr. MAY demanded a call of the Senate,
which was ordered, and the following Sen'
atari anawprr d to their name: - - -
Messrs. Bigjrs, Brooks. Bnrrows, Camp
bell, Emmitt. Evans, Everett," Godfrey..
Fotcheeow. Jamison, Keller. " Kenney,
Kessler. Kraner, Lawrence,. May. Potts,
Rex, Stedman, Torrence, Woodworth,
Yeoman 22. .v. --.-- --AM
the absentees bad' leave of absence,
and. all further proceedings under the call
THIRD U. S. COURT DISTRICT AGAIN.
Mr. HUTCHESON'S motion to reeon-
alder was thera out and carried. ....
The question being on the adoption of
IDe joint resolution, - . .
On motion f Mr. HUTCBESON, the
Tvsexnwn waa reicrrea io a aeieci. rum
mttteeof three Messrs. Hatcheson, Yeo
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT.
Mr. PO'lTS, from the committee on Pub
lic Printing, n ported back S. J. K. No. 73.
recommending the adoption of a substitute
anthortzinir the nrlntlntf of 3.000 copies ot
the report of the' Adfatant General 1,800
for thence of the General Assembly, and
1,200 lor the use of the Adjutant General.
The substitute was then adopted.
- follow! ne petitions were presented
by Mr. KESSLER. and referred to the com
mittee on Public Printing:
The petition of 4a citizens of Hamilton
couDty, asking, the repeal of the lawa es
tablishing the business of printing and
binding la the "Asylum lor, the deaf and
Also, the petition of 34 ether citizens of
Hamilton county, for the same object.
Mr; POTTS presented the petition of 63
cltisens' of Carroll county, for the estab
lishment of a Soldier's Home by the State
ol Ohio. Referred ' to Messrs. Borrows,.
Lawrence, Scribner,, Kraner and Wood
worth' ' - J-" : ' . '
PETITIONS PRESENTED. LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
Mr. TORRENCE had leave of Absence
tmtll Wednesday next . .,
MK ONDERDONK, until Tuesd y next;
Mr. EMM ITT. until Wednesday next:
Mr. JACOBS, Assistant Clerk- until
Tuesday next, and . -
air. Xi A vv ajla j Jii inaeunite leave oi ap
senee. . I- S
Mr. KRANER, from the committee on
Benevolent Institutions, to whom was re
ferred the message of the uovernor ap
pelating John Davis, M. D, of Cincinnati,
naemoer oi toe noara oi state unantiee,
eice - AiDert Douglas resigned, recom
mended the confirmation ot the said ap
pointment. . -.., ' . -.
The appointment waa then confirmed
3fr. BIGGS ofiered a resolution that when
tV e Senate adjourn to-day, it stand adjourn-
fU ujitn a r. ju. on jaonaay next. .
Toe resolution was adopted by the fol
Ykas Messrs. Biggs, Brooks, Burrows,
Campbell, Emmitt, Evans, Everett, Hatch
eson, neiier, messier, ilex, Torrence and
- Nats Mesws. Godfrey, Jamlsom, Ken-
. ney, kraner. juawrence, May, fotts, Sted
man and Yeoman 9. .
' The Senate then adjourned until 3 P. M
' Mr.THORNHILL The petition of John
T. Simmons and 100 other citizens or Co.
sbocton county, asking toe passage of a
law exempting from taxation church prop.
erty known and used for parsonages. Re
ferred to committee on Finance, r
Mr. WALLING The petition of W. S.
V. Prentis and 30 other citizena of Frank'
lin county, praying that the rate of inter
est be retained at 9 per cent, and that the
taking of a larger amount shall work a
forfeiture ot both principal and interest
neierrtu to committee on interest. . ,
Mr. GUBUUN The remonstrance of
una net n. iome ana ninety-four other
citiaens of Auglaise county, against the
repeal ot ine law creating the office ol
Commissioner oi j&auroaas ana Telegraphs.
Referred to committee on Railroads.
Mr. HILL, ot Fulton The petition of A
B. Guiia and sixty-two other citizens of
Fulton county, asking toe legalization oi
ten per cent. Interest on contract. Referred
to tne committee on interest.
Mr. WELSH The petition of J. J. La-
kin and forty-seven other citlzensoi Letart
township, Meigs county, asking for a spe
cial act to enable them to form a separate
or special school district In said township,
Referred to the committee on Schools. - -
Mr. GORDOS-nThe petition of J. Mv
Hoag ana U otner citizena of Henrv conn
ty, praying for an amendment to the law
protecting the people ot Ohio from empiri
cism.. Referred to committee on Medical
Mr. BRONSON The petition of E. B
Low and 68 other citizens of Medina coun
ty, asking the legalization of ten per cent,
interest on contract., .Referred to commit
tee on Interest. 1'
Mr.NEWMAN The petition ot John J.
Peebles And 60 other citizena of Scioto
county, on the same subject.'. Referred to
same committee. , , -.-r -t,-
Mr. MOORE, 6f Hamilton Tb petition
of H. H. Barkef and. 87 other citizens of
HamtltOA county,' Journeymen book bind
ers, praying for the repeal of so much of
an act passed Afertl 11, 186 and ApriLfi,
1866. relating to printlpg and binding in
the Institution for the education ot the
Deaf and Dumbv Referred, to committee
on Benevolent Institutions.
Mr. MOORE, of Putnam The petition
ol S. Baldwin and 43 other citizens of Wood
county, for a law legalizing ten per cent.
interest on- contract.- Referred to commit
tee on Interest.
i Also the remonstrance of W. H. Fisher
and SI others of same county, against such
a jaw. Referred to same committee.
! Mr. HUGHES, of Highland, on leave,
offered the following resolution, which was
adopted:- " . ;. '
Jtetolved, That the Secretary of State
furnish to the Sergeant-at-Arms a copy of
Swan & -Savler's Statutes for each mem
ber of the House of Representatives, to be
returned by him at the close or the session.
' Seventeen bills, from H. B. 480 to 524, and
S. B. 11 and '262 were read the second
time, and referred to their appropriate
committees.:, .-....., , ... . - .;
Mr. WALLING, H. B, 480 -To amend
section three of an act entitled " an act
- further to prescribe tne duties of coun
ty -'.commissioners, " ' passed April 8,
1856, as amended April 4, 1866, as amend
ed May 9, 1S63, was read the third time and
recommitted to jjir. (jnst, with, lnstruc
tions to amend. '
. The bill was reported back to the House
' amended as Instructed. : The .report was
- airrerd to. . : - ,-v -..
The yeas and nays were called on the
passage ot tne Dill, ana resulted yeas ei,
: nays S. ' So the bill passed.
: The bill changes the old law so as to au
thorize commissioners to proceed in the
' construction ot Dtiages or puduo Dutia
; ings nnder special laws enacted before the
passage oi tne general act ot may v,
Mr. TORRENCE S. B.186: For the pre
serration of life and property, was read the
The yeas and nays were called on the
passage oi tne dui, ana resulted yeas 31,
cavs 37. so tne ouidid not pass.
Mr. WARREN moved a reconsideration
ot the vote. The House agreed.
i Mr. WARREN moved to lay the bill on
the table..-. 'The House agreed.
Mr. FITCH H. B. .525 : To authorize the
Council . of the incorporated village of
Georgetown, in Brown county, to Issue
bonds and borrow money to -improve the
streets OF satd village, ves
; Mr. DICKSON H. B. 626 : To prevent
crueltr to animals.
- Mr.DlCKSON-H. B. 627: To authorize
.the Board of Education of the special school
district at the center of La Grange town
ship, liOrain county, unto, to issue ponds
. and levy a tax to raise money to build a
school house. , ; .
Mr. DICKSON H. B. 628 : To authorize
the commissioners of Lorain county to issue
.bonds to raise money to build a bridge
across Black river, in the township of
Black River, in said county, ana to levy a
tax to pay rne same.
V Mr. RUKENBROD H. B. 629: To
. amend an act entitled an act to amend sec-
: tions 23, 48 and 53 ot an act -prescribing
the duties or county auditors passed April
4, 1359. passed April 3a 1862.
, Mr. NEAL H. B. 630: Supplementary
- to an act entitled an act relating to infor-
mation in the nature of quo warranto, and
' regulating the mode of proceeding therein,
passed March 17, 1838. - i .
' Mr. BUELL H. B. 631 : To amend an
act entitled an act for the establishment
.-and support and regulation of "Children's
Homes'? in the several counties of the
State and repealing a certain act therein
named. The bill requires the trustees,
- when a site is selected for such building, to
appoint a superintent to take charge of the
same, Ac . .
Mr. BILL, of Fulton H. B. 532: To
amend an act entitled an set to amend sec
tion 8 ot an act entitled an act to provide
for locating, establishing and constructing
'ditches, dams and water courses, passed
.March 27, 1861; passed April 30. 1S68.
. Mr. HILL, of Erie H. B. 633 : For the
protection of cranberry marshes.' '
Mr. WELSH H. B. 534: To create a
separate or special school district in Letart
township, Meigs county. - - '
- Mr. ODELL H. JJ. 635: To authorize
Infirmary Directors to employ teachers lor
. .the inmates of county infirmaries.
Mr. MOORE, of Hamilton-H. B. 636:
. To amend section 1 of an act entitled an act
to amend section 1 of an act to tlx the com
pensation of County Commissioners, pars
ed March 10. 1859. as amended May 1,
1862. ,: '" . ' ' -
The bill allows County Commissioners
$3 per day for every day employed in their
official duties, and five cents mileage in
going to and from the county seat. ...
- Mr. BRONSON H. B. 637: To amend
section til of an act relating to roads and
highways, passed March 9, 1868. The bill
provides tbat any person charged with a
road tax may 'discbarge the same by labor
-en the public highway in his district. '
'T Numerous reports were made by stand
ing committees, and the committees were
discharged from the further consideration
ot the same j
. , On motion of Mr. CANNON, the House
motion of Mr. SHERWIN the House
proceeded to the consideration of the special
order for-2 o'clock, being H. J; E. No.
101, - Proposing to voters ot the State an
amendment to the Constitution, to give to j
females the right of suffrage.
Mr. PARR, on leave, offered for adop
tion the following resolution which was
laid on the table under the rule.
Mr. WALLING giving notice of his In
tention to discuss it: .
H. R. NO. 230.
Kesotved, That a committee of three be
appointed by the Speaker, to invite Mrs.
Lucy Stone Blackwell to address the House
on the question of women suffrage.
Mr. SCOTT, of Hamilton, moved to sus
pend the rule that the resolution might be
taken from the table for immediate consid
eration. .' -
t . The Honse agreed yeas 55, nays 17.
' The question was then upon the adoption
of the resolution, and the same was adopt
The SPEAKER appointed Messrs. Scott,
of Hamilton, Wolf and O'Dell a committee
to wait upon Mrs. Lucy Stone Blackwell
and invite ber to the Hall of the House.
'1 he question being upon the adoption of
a. J. tL.no. ioi, jar. t,A w JirJNUH; moved
to strike out the word '-white," so that the
amendment would apply to colored women
also. The Bouse refused to agree to the
amendment yeas 31, nays 45. .
MRS. LUCY STONE BLACKWELL.
The committee appointed to invite Mrs.
Blackwell to address the House on woman
suffrage appeared within the bar with tbat
lady, and the Speaker introduced her to the
members of the House. After which, M
Blackwell proceeded to address the mem
bers upon the subject of women suffrage.
Alter the conclusion of ber address, a mo
tion was made by Mr. Leo tbat the House
take a recess ot fifteen minutes. The House
MrWOLF proceeded to reply to the ad
dress of Mrs. Blackwell, contending tbat
ber political theories were totally imprac
ticable. Mr. DICKSON raised the question of or
der, tbat it was imptoper for Mr. Wolf to
rt fleet upon the speech of an invited guest
who was not a member of the House.
- The Chair decided that Mr. Wolf should
confine himself to the discussion of Mr.
- Scott's resolution, then pending.
, Mr. WOLF proceeded to discuss the
nnestion of women's suffrage at length.
Mr. WELSH replied at some length to
the remarks I Air. vv on, ana contended
that the speech of that gentleman fur
nished the best evidence ot a need of re
form In politics. He favored the passage
of the resolution, and thought the law ot
estates was unfavorable to tne rignts oi
women and needed amendment. -"
Mr. GORDON moved to lay the resolu
tion on the table. The House refnsdd. -
Mr. McMORRAN moved that the fur
ther consideration of the resolution be
postponed until Wednesday next, and that
the same be made the special order for
2 o'clock of said day. Tne House agreed.
Mr. HILL, of Erie, offered the following
H. R. No. 231, Besolved, That the thanks
of i his House are hereby tendered to Mrs.
Lacy Stone Blackwell for the eloquent and
interesting address with which she baa fa
vored us in compliance with our request.
' Mr. HUGHES, of Highland, moved. to
amend by also extending the thanks of the
. House to the Hon. Jacob Wolf.
The motion was not agreed to . .
The resolution was then adopted. ,
Oa motion of Mr. RUKENBROD, the
. House adjourned. i ::
MRS. LUCY STONE BLACKWELL. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
To Stop the Issue of Gold Bearing
WASHINGTON, Jan 29.
The proposition made by Mr.' Chittenden
before the committee of Ways and Means
yesterday, was to stop or law the Secretary
of the Treasury from issuing anv further
gold bearing bonds, and that Is the propo
sition which a majority of the commit
tee probably iavor. -
Writ of Prohibition Granted.
The Supreme Court of the United States
to-day - granted a writ of prohibition
against Judge Underwood, returnable for
Friday nexU The application Is signed by
the Attorney General of Virginia, who
says Judge Underwood has discharged
several persons convicted and sentenced
tor murder and arson, thus acting contrary
to the constitution and laws:
WASHINGTON, January 290
The PRESIDENT presented the creden
tials of Mr. CHANDLER, Senator elect
from Michigan, which . were read and
placed on file.
tar. rujiLiiiNtjMuisiiiN presented ' a
memorial from Rev. Dr.McCosb, President
of Princeton College, and professors of
tbat institution, asking Congress to make
an appropriation to enable them - to take
observations ot the total eclipse of the
sun in August next, and stating tbat such
ooeervations can De Dest made lu tne south'
ern part of the United States., ? - .
The Senate resumed consideration of
the order of the day, the proposed Con
stitutionsi amendment. ..
Mr. DIXON made an argument against
Mr. POMEROY moved to amend the
Constitutional amendment by striking out
the words "on account of race, color or
previous condition of servitude" and to
insert instead, "tor any reason not equally
appitcaoie to an citizens. '
Mr. POMEROY then addressed the Sen
Mr. MORTON, from the select committee
on Representative Reform, reported, with
slight amendment, the joint resolution in
troduced yesterday by Mr. iJuckalew to
amend the Constitution to compel the
choice of Presidential, electors directly
from tne people, ana advocates it In a
brief speech. -
Mr. FERRY took the floor to speak upon
the Constitutional amendment, but yielded
to a motion to adjourn, which was lost, and
tne senate, -
On motion of Mr, WILSON, took up the
dui to provide ror a reduction or the mili
tary force, and for other purposes.
Several amendments were reported py
tne Military committee.
Mr.CONKLING moved - an amendment
providing that vacant Brigadier General
ships, shall not be filled at present.
The bill then passed.
Tbe joint resolution introduced yester
day by Mr. CenkliDg for the appointment
of a committee ot five to inquire whether
any legislation is Decessary in regard to
taking the next census,, was passed.
- Adjourned. . . r
- Mr. BEAMAN, from the committee on
Appropriations, reported the Postoffice
Appropriation bill, which was referred to
committee of the Whole, and made the spe
cial order for Tuesday next. The bill appro
priates 5,740.000 for deficiency in the rev
enue of the Postoffice Department for the
next fiscal year. .
Mr. (JULliOM ottered a resolution re
questing the Presidentrto furnish any In
formation he may have showing that the
people of Hay ti and San Domingo are de
sirous that their Governments shall become
part of the United States.- ,
Tne morning nour naving expirea. tne
resolution offered yesterday by Mr. Law
rence, or Ohio. lor tne arrest ot iienry
Johnson, who bad refused to obey the sum
mons of the select committee on the JNew
York election frauds, came up for action.
After some discussion by .Messrs. ttowen,
Lawrence, Ross, Kerr, and Dawes touch
ing the frauds committed by both political
parties in New lork, and .also as to the
material evidence sought to be obtained,
which is that a number of names had been
put on the poll list by two Democratic pol
itic! ans, the House, without action, re
sumed considerate n of the constitutional
amendment, and was addressed by Mr.
Kelly in Its advocacy
Mr. suiLiLiAiiAUUJK next aaaressea
the House in support of the substitute,
which be offered the other day to the Con-
stitional amendment, the distinction being
that the .substitute allowed the . disfran
chisement of those who have been engageed
in rebellion, while the original resolution
does not, and also that the original resolu
tion would allow the establishment of
property and educational qualification.
Mr. JONES, vf Kentucky, addressed the
House in opposition to the proposed Con
stitutional amendment and the bill.
Mr. WARD addressed the House In favor
of the substitute be bad offered to the pro
posed Constitutional aineiidim ut. .-
Mr. BUTLER, of Mass., spoke against
the substitute offered by Mf. Bingbam, and
said when he could see every man, white
or ' black, free to utter any sentiment ne
pleased, within the bounds ot propriety,
anywhere in the republic, wben tbat safety
and that peace were secured, be would be
ready to relieve everybody lrom all bur
Mr. PILE addressed the House for five
minutes in support of the Constitutional
amendment bill. --
Mr. SCOFIELD also occupied five min
utes in an argument in favor ot the pend
ing measures and against Mr. Bingham's
Mr. BOUTWELL proposed to alter the
proposed Constitutional amendment so as
to make it read "The right of any citizen
of the United States to vote in the State in
which he shall have actually resided for a
period of one year next preceding such
election, shall not be denied or abridged
by the United states, or any state
thereof, by reason of race or color or pre
vious conditions of slavery of any citizen
or class of citizens of the United States, or
on account of his want oi property or edu
cation." Alter further discussion, Mr. BOUT-
WELL offered an amendment to add to
the first section the following : "Nor shall
educational attainments, or possession or
ownership of property ever be made a
qualification for the right of any citizen to
Mr. BINGHAM argued against the
amendment on legal principles, tbat the
exclusion of certain things was the admis
sion of all other things, and that religion,
in other tests, might, under that amend
ment, be established. .
Discussion on this point was carried.on
by Messrs. Bingham, Eldridge, Boutwell,
Shellabarger, Wilson, of Iowa, and
Mr. BOUTWELL, moved the previous
question on bis amendment, wnicn was
seconded. The amendment was rejected.
Mr. BINGHAM moved to ameud the
first section so as to make it read: "No
State shall make or enforce any law which
shall abridge or deny to any male citi
zen of the United states, ot sound mina
and twenty-one years of age, or upwards,
the equal exercise, snhject to such regis
tration laws as the States may enact, of
the elective franchise at all elections in
the State wherein he shall have actually
resided for the period of one year next
orecedinGT such election, except such ot
said citizens as sball engage In rebellion or
insurrection, or who may nave Deen or
sball be duly convicted of treason or other
Mr. SHELLABARGER offered the fol
lowing as a substitute : "No State shall
make or enforce any law which shall deny
or abridge to any male citizen of the Uni
ted states of the age oi zi years or over,
and who is of souud mind, au equal vote at
all elections in the State in which he sball
have his actual residence ; such right to
vote to be under such regulations as sball
be prescribed bv law. except to such
as have engaged qr may hereafter engage
in Insurrection or reoeiuon against tne
United Stales, and to such as shall be duly
convicted ot infamous crime." This is
known as the Ohio amendment, it being
agreed upon by the Republican delegation
from tbat State.
Mr. BURR moved to lay the joint reso
lution and amendment on the table.
- Without voting on that motion the
House, at 4:40, adjourned.
Nova Scotia Question.
TORONTO, ONT., Jan 29.
A dispatch from Ottawa says : Mr. Stone
and Sir John McDonald have settled the
Nova Scotia question so far. as principles
are coucerneu, a few details only remain
ing to be arranged. -.-.. , -,.'
Weston the Pedestrian.
BELLOWS FALLS, VT., Jan 28.
Weston and his suit have arrived at thk.
place. He Is a few hours behind time, tit
conRemipncfl nf th had condition Of th(
reads- He basrsversged fifty-miles a day
since ne leit Bangor.
Paid Fire Department.
PITTSBURGH, PA., Jan 29.
r A commission haa reported io favor
a paid fire department for this city,' and
were ordered to prepare an act for legisla
Murdered by a Mob.
BALTIMORE, Jan 28.
1 Four colored men and a white man.
charged with the crime of stea ing tbt
body of a Col. .Williams, from a tomb about
seven miles from -Kingston, N. C wert
taken to the jail from that place, when
they were murdered by a band of thirty
or forty citizens of the place. No arrests,
as yet, have been made. . . ,
NEW YORK MELANGE.
The Banks—Grant Controversy—
Letter from a Department
NEW YORK, Jan 29.
' The Herald has the 'following Important
communication signed w.:
NEW YORK CITY. Jan 28. 1869.
: Seeing the contradictory statements pub'
. lished in the papers regarding the fact or
otherwise ot an order having been - Issued
from the War Department to Gen. Banks,
: shortly before the fall of Vlcksburg, dl
' recting him to relieve Gen. Grant, I beg to
Btate the exact facts-in- the case, and thus
' settle this much controverted matter.
; While Grant was operating In1, front.
! I was employed as clerk in secretary Stan'
; ton's office, at the Wsr Department, at
; Washington. Secretary Stanton wrote two
orders, directing me to make two copies of
them, one for telegraphing and one., for
The first of these orders was addressed
to General Banks, directing him to pro
ceed at once to Vicksourgand relieve lien
eral Grant. The second order was directed
to General Grant, directing him to turn
over his command to General Banks on the
arrival of the latter, who had been ordered
to relieve him.
I do not pretend to give the wording of
these orders, x nave given, However, their
exact suostance, and tney snonid oe on
file now In the War Department, unless
they have since been removed. ; r
I will state further that the copies of
these orders to oe transmitted by telegraph,
I sent by messenger to the War Depart'
ment telegraph office, by order of Secreta
ry Stanton. These copies should also be on
; file in the latter otnee. - , -.
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and is now its sole proprietor. The price
- paid mr one-quarter of tne stock was
$100,000, exclusive of any real estate. "
: A serious disturbance occurred 'this
'forenoon at the corner of Canton street
and Park avenue, Brooklyn, between white
- and colored persons, resulting In the mor
tal wounding of John Hopkins, a white
man, by Samuel Halsey, colored. The ap
parent origin was the unprovdkea knock
ing aownot a colored man. A large num
ber of people became involved and a riot
was with difficulty stopped by the police,
BY ATLANTIC CABLE.
LONDON, Jan 29.
An invitation has been extended to Rev-
erdy Johnson to dine with the corporation
authorities of Glasgow in February. He
has accepted the invitation. -
- United .States Minister Tuckerman, in a
speech delivered at a public dinner in
-Athens, yesterday, expressed the kindliest
feelingsof the American nation for Greece,
- and pledged the cordial sympathy ot
his Government for the Greeks in their an
trouble with the Turks.
ATHENS, Jan 29.
' It is reported in Bugaies that the Prime
Minister has resigned. ..
: The action of the King of Greece, upon
terms submitted by the recent conference
is considered uncertain. Nothing definite
as to bis intentions relative to the matter
is as yet known. .
MADRID, Jan. 29.
. , It is stated tbat the members of the Pro
visional Government are " unanimous in
favor of Duke Montpensier for the Spanish
throne, : ; . ..... , . ' ' j ;
MONTREAL, Jan 29.
The billiard match was won by Dion, he
scoring 1,200, to Foster's 1,116; average 362.
At the Farmer's convention this after
noon an address on the progress of Amerl
can agriculture was delivered by Geo.
Brown, of Mass. This evening Dr. Geo.
B. Loring, of Salem, Mass., lectured on the
subject of raising neat stock. ;
HALIFAX, Jan 28.
It is asserted by friends of the local gov
ernment tbat although requested through
tne lieutenant uovernor to Benii a Hep
resentative with Messrs. Howe and McLel
Ian to Ottawa, they declined to do so. . The
Repeal League held a private meeting and
appointed a secretary ana uonncu.
Fit for the Place.
The election of Eedben E. Fentok,. of
New York; to the United States Senate,
brings this notice from the Springfield
(Mass.) Republican, a Radical sheet:
' "No man ever went .Into the United
States Senate nnder such grave suspicion
of having used corrupt and dishonorable
influences for his political promotion, in
deed with such charges of corruption pub
licly made against him, as Governor Fen-
ton does. He must meet and overwhelm
them, or stand disgraced before the coun
try; The Senate itself can hardly a fiord
to admit him without an investigation
that shall relieve him of the graver charges.
The New York Commercial Advertiser .is
distinct and defiant in its accusations, and
evidently invites an opportunity to prove
It the charges be true, the Senate seems
to be the very place to put Fknton. The
time wag when it ranked as the ablest leg'
ialative body in the world, but under Rad
icalism the nation's house is made a den of
Miss Kellogg is a drawtng card In Chi
cago. On the 25th '$5,500 worth of tickets
were sold. Tbe next days's sales were
expected to be fully as great. "
Do met Xrifle -with Danger,
A single spark may kindle a flame that will oon
sume a oity, and small' ailments neglected, may
end in fatal disorders. Bearing this faot in mind
let the first symptoms of debilty or nervous pros
tration be met promptly with invigorating treat
ment. - Foremost among the vegetable tonics of the
age stands HOSTETTEK'S STOMACH BIT
TERS, and whenever the vital powers seem to lan
guish, or tbere is any reason to suspect that the an
imal functions essential to the sustenation and pu
rification of the body are imperfectly performed,
this invaluable invigorant and antiseptie should at
once be resorted to. Indigestion always produces
weakness. Sometimes it happens, and this is
more frequently the case in Winter than at any
other season, that the appetite demands more rood
than the stomaoh can digest : though not more, per
haps, than is required to keep up tbe full strength
of the frame. Tbe object, under such circum
stances, is to Increase the digestive espaoity of the
assimilating organ, so as to make it exual to tha
duty imposed upon it by the appetite, and capable
of supplying the buililng material of tht system as
fast as it is required. ' This object is fully accom
plished by the use of the Bitters. They tons and
gently stimulate the eelular membrane which
secretes the gastric juiee. and the result is that tbe
solvent is mingled with the food in sufficient quan
tity to convert all its nourishing particles into pure
and wholesome element. If. on the other hand
there is a deficiency of appetite, withont any corres
ponding deficiency of digestif e power, the effect of
the tonio is to stimu ate a desire for food. In nine
teen eases out of twenty.' headache, nausea, nerv
ousness, fainting-fits, spasms, and. indeed, most of
the casual aches and pains to, which humanity ia
subject, proceed primarily from indigestion compli
cated with bilioasnass; and firbot., these eomplaints
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH HIT V.K are rec
ommended ss a speedy and certain remedy. . .
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Wl an uthnrind to mnonnss J A1IES COON
BY. ai a e&ndid&tn for nomination to tha offiea o
J oitioa of the Peace, Subject Ut the deobion of th
Damocratie City and Township Conrention.
MEEKER as a candidate for Mayor, mbjeet to tbi
deeiaioo of the Democratic City OanTettioni
; ET The Ohio Statesman nasi tt
(parser Circulation thaa rnny pa.
per pnbllsbed lav thin City or Cen
tral Ohio. Advertisers will bear
thla In mind.'
AGEN TS) WANTKO for HOW TO MAKF
- THE FARM -PAT How to double the ti...,
of land and the profits on stock; bow to raise thre
times the quantity of all farm crops to an acre, etc
760 pages. 140 illustrations. Acenta' oommissiom
Siooto ezw per montn, according to ability anri
energy. Send for a circular to ZF1ULKK, lie
CURDY A CO., Philadelphia, Cincinnati. O.
Chieag o, 111., or tit. Louis Mo. jarj30-w4 w-rp .
For Sale at a Bargain.
TWO VERT ;VALUABLB STOCK AND
sjrain farms adjoining each other in Logan
ana tt era in eonnties, wen watered and well im
proved with buildings, orchards. Ao.. on the rail
road at Ridgway, On farm contains 800 and the
other SOS acres. Application may be made to J. a.
Dsn ton. at Bellefontaine, O.. or JAMISOM A
at VyOiumDBS, u. .. janso-dlww4w
Three Mouses, for Sale on Long
' Credit, '
OITHATED "OVER THR tflVEB -
O The lots are large and houses new, with four
rooms andwell finished. .
' This is a fine opportunity of seenring a house, as
iuou7w"jwmi Bruiui u w uiuacs aeiuemoBif
in the neighborhood.
T. W. TALLMADGE.
Amboi Building, High street.-
James Sands Court of Common Fleas
" , 1.- df Franklin county.
Betsey Sands.) Ohio. -
BV VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IN THE
above stated oase from said court to me direct
ed, I will offer for sale at publie auction, at tbe
door of the Court House, in tbe oity ot Columbus,
Oa Tuesday, the 24 day ol Marco, A.
at 9 o'clock P. M.. the following described real
estate, situate in the oooLty of Franklin and State
of Ohio, to wit: ..-
Lot number 123 in the town of Dublin in satd
eounty, as the same is known and designated in
tbe recorded plat nf said town..
Appraised at S4SO.0O.
- E. GAVER. Coroner.
' . . Aoting as Sheriff.
Printer's fees tS.TS. '
L. J. Ckitohpibld, Att'y. jan38-dlttwtd
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
copartnership heretofore existing between
Wm. Sayne and Henry Daring, bas been dissolred
by mutual consent. Wm. Sayne will hereafter
carry on the business, and pay all claims against
acd collect all outstanding accounts of Sayno A
Daring. - WM. SAYNE. ,
Columbus, O., Jan. 28, 1868. jan.S-dat
AMERICAN HOTEL. COLTJMBUS.; O.-i-This
well known property, fronting the Capitol
Square, 83 feet on Higa and Win feet on State
street, will be offered at public sale on the premises.
Vednedar, tbe lOlb day of March
at 9 o'clock P. M. Terms of sale made Vnnwn on
that day. These wishing to examine tbe prem
ises vui'Wi . mj uum. no. zn w asi estate street.
W. A. McCOY, Trustee.
Columbus. Jan. 25, 1809. janSS-dtd
Wm. Taylor) Court of Common Pleas of
vs Delaware eounty,
Jacob Ims. ) Ohio.
BY -VIRTUE" OF AN EXECUTION IN THE
above stated ease from said court to me di
rected. I will offer for sale at public auction, at the
court uouse, in tne city oi coiumous, on
Wednesday, the 3d day ot February, A. D
at 10 o'clock A.M. tbe following goods and chattels
or so much thereof as will satisfy said execution,
Three barrels whisky, S barrels enrgum molasses,
1 barrel lard, one-half barrel Catawba wine. 1 bar
rel port wine, 1 barrel sherry wine, 1 barrel, blaok-
oerry, i Barrel coal oil.
Printer's fees $
- . E. GAVER. Coroner,
.' :'. " - aoting as Sheriff.
FOB &AJL1EZ. w
THR STORE KfJtTnRES IW STORKTiOOM
X Ho. 269 South High street, consisting of
SHELVING. SHOW WINDOW. TABLES,
Etc Apply at the storeroom for terras.
janSa-Seodlm , ; R TOQEIc
THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CAPITAL
stock or the Lancaster. Lithopolis ft Grove
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified that
there will be a meeting of tbe stockholders of said
Company on SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6th, 1868,
at tbe office of John Morehart, Esq.. Lithopolis,
Fairfield county, Ohio at 10 o'clock A. M. ct said
day, for tbe purpose of eleoting seven Directors of
aaid lurnpiKe road tor toe ensuing year. .
. January 61 h, 1869. i.-.t....i.
. S. O. HENDREN. 8.
: President of said Turnpike Company
- decSl-dltawlwAwtd - -
ATTORNEY AT, .LAjy,
No. 117 South High Street,
janS5-d3m-r COLUMBUS, 6.
l CtmiD WITH
Tbe only Infallible and Harmless Remedy. Can be
given wita nr without tbe patient s knowledge.
Kcad Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunkea-
ness, its Conseauenoes and Cure." Try
the SPECIFIC, and be eon- .
: V . . vinoed. I
HANKERING FOR TOBACCO
Cured with DR. JOHNSTON'S AROMATIC
ANTI-TOBACCO COMPOUND; a sweet and
pleasant nee psration creates no vomiting after its
ose. Tobajco need not be discarded all at once,
for the Compound destroys the desire gradually
and positively. . : ?n
- FOB BAti Bi ALL SBUOOLSTS.
' AUG. J." SCHUELLER.
seplT-dTlsiwly ' Proprietor. Columbus, X).
13 3VE OVAL
; . -OF THE
W HOLE S A LE
To Nos. 64 66 North Hltrh Street, '
: '. COLUIBBUS, OHIO. ,
Andrews, Perry & Co.,
KAMUfACTUBSBS AMD DBALIR8 IN
BOOK AND NEWS PAPERS,
Also, every article connected with tha Paper
business, including writing, rrinting ana wrap
ping rapers, envelopes, printers varoe. xook
News. Colored Inks. Ac ' janlfl-dSwU
X1TI0XAL TRUST CO.
OF THE OITT OF HIV YORK.
JVo. .330 Uroadwny.
Capital, ; : - One Million Dollars.
, . . CHARTERED THE STATE.
DabitjsK Manga Pres't. Jas. Hbbrii.l. Sec'y
ReeMves Depot's nd allows FOOR.PER ' ENT
ivi'k BK-iT nn .11 i)iiv Halances. sabiectto check
at sight, rpeo al Depus U for Six months or more.
mar oa rosae bidtv per ecu. "v r.V
ut i:.. in.H ioiriaarl avmnns over ara Sharfw
oil 1 IVJU aviisuo as wa - r ,
holders, eomprisicg mau-y gi n Uemen of large wealth
and financial experience, who are also personally
liable to depositors for all obligations of the Com
nanv to double the amount rf their capital stock.
As the National Trust Uompany receives aeposits
in large or small amounts, and permits them to be
drawn as a whole or in pari oj cucci gui i sua
without notioe. allowing interest on all daily bal
ances parties throughout the country can keen ac
counts in this Institution with soeoial advantages
of security, eon venienoe and profit.
O WT-aeoi-uew.7. i r t
r TOD WISH TO KHeW HOW TO
- Dollar orofitablv. send 85 nmntm fn. -
eertifleate in Parkard Co.'s Grand Distribution,
consisting oi r lum. n riiver
Watches, Jewelry. Ac., valued at 7.0.0O0 Every
article to be disposed of on the populr One Dollar
plan, and not to be paid for until you know what
.n ftAVAreive. Certificates and mkmiUm
in receipt of S8entslorflv for -
" PACKARD A COi WostFourth street.
janll-wat-co-tv " vinnnnatl, u.
Y i T A
.B. B If Ak ; Wit ,-bVl"
' i i i i - f i
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
United States of America,
WASHINGTON. . 0. : .
i - CHARTERED BY sPBt'IAL ACT OF
. CONGRESS. ;
Cash Capital, ' - - $1,000,000
: """'paid in. FULL. - :
r BRANCH OFFICE
-FIRST KATIONAL BANK BOILDING,
" . "' PHILADELPHIA,
To which all general correspondence should ha ad
ouresseu. - ' : .. ;
: OFFICERS t .' - ;
CI.ATtFXrT! TT. CI.ARTC. Presiilent.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance and Executive
committee. - .
HENRY D. OOKE, Vice President.
EMtKSON W. JfliET, Secretary and Actuary.
THE ADVANTAGES ;
. . Offered by this Company are : , .
It Is a National Company, chartered by speeial
It has a paid up eapital of $l.CO0,GOO.
It offers low rates of Drominm.
It furnishes larger Insurance than other Compa
nies ior roe same money.
. It is definite end certain in its terms.
It is a home Company in every locality.
. Its Policies are exempt from attachment.
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol
lcies.- - . -
; Every Polier is non-forfeitable:' '- '
Policies may be taken that will pay insured tbeir
tun amount and return all toe premiums, so that
tbe Insurance costs only the interest on the annual
Folieies mav be taken which nav to tbe Insured.
after a certain number of years, during life, an an
nual income of one-tenth the amount named in the
Polioy. - .......
No exra rate it charged far risks upon the lives
Itr insures not to pay dividends, but at s -r?-a
cost tnat dividends will Do impossible. . .
-. JOHN W.ELLIS A CO.. t ; '
Cincinnati, Ohio, General Agents for Ohio Central
i , . ana aoutnern Indiana. - - -
'' m. W. SMITH, Jr, . " w
.- Columbus, Agent for Franklin county.
FeKT-ootaa-deodAweowly .. . ...
The Plaster of ihe "Time."
; ALLCOCK'S POROUS. .''"
In Lumbago they act like a charm. In a few
hours a violent eough is relieved . by a Plaster ap
plied to tha chest. . Many persona believe a cold
eannot be taken while a plaster is worn there ; this
we do know, they greatly assist in the cure of
neglected oold, so often the introducer of Consnmp-"tion.---
' ' - V - ,;
j Cure o .Lesion . of. tbe H-Ixer--
A gentleman, after a severe siokness, hvd lesion
of the liver. Every quick movementor sodden jar
: gave him severe pain, o. ten laying him upfordaja.
Hence he was unable to follow anj occupation with
regularity. --- " " --- - --
In this oondition he applied o -er the part affeot
ei an ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTER. - A
first it seemed to irritate, so It was taken off. ' But
the marked improvement he experienced afterward
gara him courage to try again, and he therefore ap
plied another plaster. In a few days something
' gave way "slipped." to use the gentle en 8 own
words. There was some soreness for a few days af
ter, then his hsalth was perfectly restored. Upon
being sounded by his physician the adhesion
lesion was found to be gone.
Principal Agency. Brakdreth BousB. New
; York. Sold-by all druggists.-
j uneI6-dA wlyem-raMT. . ; :" . ; ' i; '
; STEKUilG gILTEB WaBGi
'j AMD ' .
; FINE ELECTRe.PL4TED WARE.
THE GORHAM MAAUFACTCRI5Q CO OF
PR071DENCE,.R. I., having the largest manu-
? factory of Solid Silver Ware in the world, with
the most mproved machinery, and employing the
most skilled labor, are enabled to offer aa un
equalled variety of new and beautiful designs
Dinner Servioee, Tea Vertices, and every article
specially adapted for Holiday and Bridal Gifts,
They offer also their well-known' and unrivalled
Nickel Silver Electro-Plated Ware, in which .they
hava introduced new patterns of ran eleganee.
The goHd Silver ia- guaranteed to be of sterling
purity by U. S. Mint assay. The Electro-Plate
guaranteed to be superior to the finest SVeflield
. ware. Orders received from the Trade only, but
r tnese goods may De obtained from .responsible
oeaiers every wnere.
TmL V-XriV K V""'
v w. w . . . A asBiieja
; -GORHAM MANUFACTDRINO CO.,
Salesroom N o. 3 Maiden Lane, K. Y,
novS-d4w34m-p sr -. j
Ay er's - Cathartic
the rfpnrpo a of
Perhaps no one medi
cine is so nniveraauy re
quired by everybody
cathartic, nor waa aver
any Deiore so universal
- It adonted into use.
every country and among
- all classes, aa this mild
!bat efficient purgative
, jnu. ine oDvions rea
son u, tbat it is a more re
liable and far more effec
tnal remedy than anv
tried It, know that it cured them; those wbo nave
boc, Know mat cures tneir neignoora ana inenas,
.and ail know that what it does once it does always
that it never fails through any fault or neglect of
t. its composition. 1 We have thousands upon thou
sands of certificates of their remarkable cures of tbe
following complaint, bnt such cures are known
every ncignuuriiuuu, auu wo jmnuvtyuvura wiciu.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug,
they mav be taken with safety by anybody. Their
sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and makes
them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable
no harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
; internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into neal toy action remove tne oDscrucuona oi tne
stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the first origin of disease. -
Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
the box, for the following eomplaints, which these
jruia rapmiy cure:
For nvanewatai or IsMllareatlem. Xlatl
Bees, lASSBor and Xrfsaa ot AsspetlM, they
ahould be-taken moderately to stimulate tne stom
ach and restore its healthy tone and action.
For X,lvtr Comnlatn and its various svmr
toms, Biliotu Hesulstcbe, Sick Headache,
jaaauice or unea icmmvm, iuoas
Colic and isilioua Feven. they should be ia
dioiously taken for each case, to correct the diseased
action or remove the obstructions which cause It.
For Dyaeaiery or Diarrhoea, but one mild
dose is generally required.
. . For naeamtttisna, eSoat, Gravel, Paint
tatloa of the Hear, Paia la the Side,
jiaca ana Jjoiaa, tney snouia do continuously
taken, aa required, to change the diseased action of
the system. With such change those complaints
disappear. , '
For DroiMy and Dropsical Swelltagw they
ahould be taken in large and frequent doses to pro
duce the effect of a drastic purge.
For aannreaeioB a large dose should be takes
as it produces the desired effect bv svmnathv.
As a pinner PHI, take one or two fill to pro
mote aigesuuH ana relieve tne Bujmacn,
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite.
and invigorates the system. ' Hence it is often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose
of these IHlls makes him feel decidedly better, from
then- cleansing and renovating effect oa the digea-
AB. jr. C. ATHJt & CO., Practical CKcmbto,
' .", XOWJEIX. MASS., XT. 8. JL. ;
SS-T?ArlMl. Kw 1 lilt . BDnnv a.
Wholesale and Retail. Columbus, and all Drug.
. . . . lano-eoaseowiy-esm
;4 CRISTADQRO'S HAlft DY.
J-ADIES. ot gray hair, why
' fir ould there be a HUE and CRT T
, 'CRISTADORO'3 DTE, you know, . ;
- Will a BLACK . BROWN bestow.
i - Dsa, then, this uneqaljed Dye. ' - " . .
V "Have the HUE without tha CRT. . X
Cristadoro's Hair Preservative.
Cristadoro uarantees that his Hair Preeervati ve
shall succeed where every other preparation has
ailed in keeping clean tbe hair. thickeaiDg it,
glossing, preserving its color, inolining it to eurL
and restoring it to tbat haalth and vigor whieh are
ihe alemenU of Its beauty. ' ." ' , " ' ,V . ''.'.V'' ,
Sold by Druggists, asd applied by all Hair Dress
"ers.! Maan factory No. as Maiden Last. Principal
Depot No A stor H cross. ' ' ' i'- ' ,-'i V -
. junela-dJkwlcm-roMT '
i i Toe all
no-rx.. i - .
MlUhU,M la i Mini fcr
HOARSKii? ?K TOa.KN-A pair of BAT
The other horse not, marhL Sl.fe V"! S?.""".'
reward will be paid to anrorrL"1'17:;! kb3r
as.to where they maTb, ?cd
jan30-dti - MATTHEW vnt,.
JOHif a.- ellsler..!..;....'...'....;..ma. '
Last sight of tha Ellsler Diamatle Company.:
Saturday Et'b, Jai. SOtb, 1869,
w m oe presented for the first time in this oltr the
Burtoman Drama, entitled tha
DUTCH GOVERNOR. X
"" OS 7BX TWO JXTBS.' : ''-
To conclude with the celebrated Drams entitles!
JACK SHEPPARD. f
Jack 8heppard....Miss LOUISA SYLVESTER
ar x mi company in both pieces. :; ; ,-; . .. ;
HOHGWABD nODND! '!
... ., THE GREAT ' ' ' '' -
f , , gram Arlington Hail, Uhieaco.;
BETcnNino mom their tbi;
to reopen at their Opera House, will appear foe -
.. OJVK WIGHT ONLY.
PEBA . HOUSE. V' i v
Thandaj Et'ps, Feb. 4 1 fa, lSOO,',
In an original programme, aa performed only far
the - ARLINGTONS.' -
Admission Reserved Seats 76c; Dress Cireleandl
PArniier.rt, fiOn f4j.tl.v SK nf A
commences at SeltaerA Co.'s Marie Store. Wednea
day, Feb, 3d. 1869. Doors open at 1 o'clock.-' .. .
janSJ-dlw CHAS. H. DAY. Business A tt '
SPECIAL NOTICES. -L
Has proved itself to be tha suit perfect vtmim
tion for the Hair ever offered to tha publie to
RESTORE GRAY HAIR Td IT30RIGI5:AI.
And ereate-a new growth where' it has fallen off -from
disetse or natural decay. ' ' ,j
It will prevent tha hair from falling oat.
All who use it are unanimous ia awarding Hike
praise of being tbe best Hair DressiOg'eTtant. "
OCR TREATISE ON THE HAIR
XUCVFACTtrBlB OMLT ST
For sale by all Druagista.t
T 'T f.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.' )
l Aidressinar whiclt
Ja at once agreeable,"
Healthy, ana effectual
hmrl ' Faciei or'oravi 'i
2J.Aatr it oonrttord
, , ia its . ttrinitkal cotnr .
wiui toe gtoM . ana
1 . ,.jf vr
, . Anm Lair ia tluck-
ened, falling hair checked, , and bald-'l
ness often, though not always, curerJ
by : its 1 use. ' Nothing "can restore .the)
hair 'where the follicles Jtredeotroyeda
or the' glands atrophied and; decayed.-
But such as remain can be saved for - "
usefulness by this application..-., JjWesvdTT
of . fooling theTiair with a pasty sedi-i
ment, it will keep it clean and Tigorous. '
Its occasional use wilt "preTeBtrtherhSif
froni.' tominj gray or fklling 'efi iuld )
consequently- prevent baldness" Frea."
from those deleterious substances which. 1
make some preparations1 dangeroiri a$dj;
injurious - to the- hair, - the-Vigor-eaa
only benefit but not harm it. y If wanted
merely for a. ' : ;. ' .
tothing else catijD.e found. so desirable
Containing neitheroil . nor dye, ft does" .,
not soil whiter' cambrici ' and ' yet lasts .
long on the hair, giving it a rich glossy f
lustre and a" grateful tatouXi,e9
!, Prepared by Vr.-. CrAyernSi CaiTTl
"PtLkancMf p iXTTicCErjonsis; '
- i . .vliOWEXIi,; MASS - ,-
f .gsjijaiprasr.-.-' - ..--ti&wmmmvm
' W Sold by BRABMi BRDCK A-CO., WhoTe
sale and Ketai I Dealers, Columbus, Ohio, and by;
Druggists every waste. - yaaa-ueeaaweowy-
1 i ii.' i- rifl
Xo 0 wnei of, Horses osd Cattle, t )
Tobias? Perby Conditio Powders are-warrautei?
superior to any others, or no psy. Tor tie cure of
Disten.per, Worm. ' Bots.-;Ceng.1 Hide-bound.
Cold). d 6. Tin Horses, and tTbld" Coughs; JKsa or '
Milk. Black Tongue, Bora Distemper, o44Cat-. sj
He. i iai J.a.t.5 .v-'H''
'They are perfeotly safe and Ineoeent; ne aeeel of ,1'
stopping the working of your animimal. They in
crease the appetite, giver a' fine eoat. cleanse' the j
stomach and .urinary , organs ; also .increase. the , ,
milk of cows. Try them, and yoa will never be ijj
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Col. Philip P. Bush, of the Jerome Race Coarse; A
Fordbam, rt.J., would not use them until ha waa'?,
told of what they areeomposed, siaee whieh he l"
never without -them; "He bar over' -robnlng,J
horses in his charge, and for the .last three years,
has used no other medicine for thenu Be bas kind
ly permitted me to refer-any one to him". "Over-!
1,000 otherreferenses ea be seen at the depct.
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sraseriesof years to the treatment ofoertain pri
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Ac. permanently eared. - Copavia and Mercury' It
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138 South High street, Columbus. Ofafo. Price f S ' ' a
per box. Sent by mau on receipt of price.
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tnra decline, shows how health is imntlwi v '
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impediments to marriage, the eause and effects of " "'
nervous debility, and the remedies therefor.' t A it
pocket edition -of ihe eaeve will be forwarded on .vT. '
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8 North Charles, street. BalUmore. Md. i ,.a
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