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IIKNHY HKKD Sc CO.,
itow A raorsisrosa.
Taxation Abroad and at Home.
Uoderthe bead of "A Monster Eril -Canadian!
Tax-ridden People," the Q ait tit
pnbliehes an article from the Dumfries (Can
ada) Reformer, which set forth that "Among
the chief drawback) to Canadian prosperity,
it the gross extraraganc connected with the
gorernment and the admlnistxntion of pub
lie Justice; the people are oppressed by taxa
tion, and one of the most argent reforms
needed Is a sweeping measure of retrench
ment." It docs not need to go to Canada to find a
people that are "oppressed by taxation'
Among the chief drawbacks to Cincinnati
prosperity is the. groes extravagance . con
nected with the gorernment. The expend!
tures of our governments are limited by
nothing but the fears of those who levy and
borrow. ' They lery all they dare, and bor
row for everything for which they can find
a pretext. The Canadians arc, in this re
spect, favored above ourselves; thoy have but
one government to tax and go in debt; while
we have near hair a dozen each, if not lry
ing to outdo the others in its exactions and
expenditures, at least borrowing and taxing,
irrespective of the burdens and liabilities im
posed and created by them.
We pay $75,000 per annum and seem des
tined to do so forever interest on a city debt
for which nothing can be shown. The re
maining material proceeds, if offered at open
vale to-day, would not pay two years' interest
upon the enormous aggregate. Two millions
of dollars, or thereabout, drawn yearly from
the industry of the city, is a fearful weight
thrown upon it to impede its progress.
We complain of hard seasons of lean years
of trade coming one after another, disappoint
ing the expectations of the merchant and the
manufacturer. Hard seasons will always be
the rule, and easy ones the exception, under
such a regimen as ours. We must make up
our minds to hard seasons. A million of
dollars exorbitantly drawn from the life
blood of our industry from that which
would otherwise be capital every year, will
make hard seasons and plenty of them. The
burden may not this year nor next year stop
the growth of the city, but it is a brako upon
the wheels of its progreeswhich will, sooner
or later, wear away all its accumulated mo
mentum, and bring it to a stand at last.
Our system of taxation is in theory equal;
let us see how it falls upon one clans, witb a
view to ascertain its general effect. He who
has his property in money at interest at six
percent. which requires no protection by
the State, andcosts theGovernment nothing
pays a fraction less than two per cent.; one
third of his entire income in taxes 1 Do they
do worse than this in Canada, under British
imperial oppression ? Do they do worse in
Italy under Austrian tyranny? We doubt
it. We do not need to go abroad to find a
well-taxed an exceedingly well-taxed peo
ple. We may spare our tears for the crushed
and inipOTislied victims of arbitrary rule at
lbe ends of the earth, and pour a few of them
over the sod case of a people who enjoy the
high prerogative of governing, taxing and
We are taxed for things that we do nut
wbjiL and deDrivad of thioia of real neces
sity. We need a system of sewerage; we
need au adequate and sure supply of water.
Who thinks of these without, at the same
time, thinking of the means to create a new
debt, with its eternity of interest; while we
can pay thousands of ready money out of the
treasury to celebrate the Fourth of July, or
to magnify a boy who happens to be the son
of the Queen of England, and whose friends
desire that be shall be permitted to travel
through the country as a private gentleman,
into a guest of the city, and the representa
tive ofthe wealth and power of Great Britain.
Over taxation is the bight of cruelty, be
ouuse, whoever may pay the taxes, they ulti
mately fall upon labor. Thej come out of
t!i bone and muscle of the people, and rej
nsent toil and sweat and privation. The re
tailer, the grocer, the butcher, the huckster,
the owner of tenements, the manufacturer
and the merchant, all expect to get their
mouey back, and the weight at last, with its
accumulated commissions, falls upon the
shoulders of those least able to bear it the
poor, those whose names never appear on the
duplicate. Our system of taxation is admi
rably adapted to expedite this crushing pro
cess; aud it needs nothing but administrators,
bent as ours appear to be to make the most
of it, to render it as complete and intolerable
an engine of torture as ever tyrants or in
Not by Special Dispatch from Fort Smith.
The regular telegraphic report to the As
sociated Press brought yesterday the start
ling intelligence from Fort Smith, Arkansas,
that "The Fort Smith Rifles, commanded by
Captain Sparks, paraded the streets this even-
ing, making a very creditable and imposing
The publis mind may now be easy about
ih defense of our Western frontier, since
.4 be Fort Smith Rifles have paraded, with an
imposing appearance. It is quite unpardon
able that the report did not inform an anx
ious publie of the execution done by the Fort
Smith Rifles on the water-melons, pone,
whisky and female hearts of Fort Smith,
and that it is silent about the admiration and
emulation which the parade of the Fort
Smith RiSes excited among the youthful
population of Fort Smith. This doubtless
was owing to the ill-judged economy of the
Associated Press in not keeping a reporter
at Fort Smith, competent to grasp moment
Not by Special Dispatch from Fort Smith. Forcing Property on an Unwilling People.
Mr. Douglas, in his stumping tour, informs
lb people on all occasions that the Union is
threatened by two. sectional parties, one In.
Misting on Congressional intervention to pro
hibit slavery in Territories where the people
want it, and the other demanding Congres
sional intervention to force slavery upon
people who dou't want it.
This makes out a very bad . case; but Mr,
Douglas, in his Dorr letter, conceded that
slavery was entitled to the same protection
at other property. Would Congressional
legislation, to protect other property, force it
1 upon an unwilling people? Would a law to
punish tresspass on man's farm or cattle
la the Territories, force farmer and cattle
upon the people?
A resident of Cayuga, N. Y, carried a cat
six miles from home, and threw it into .the
laJu, stone about its neck. The cat arrived
at his house before him, .
Sanctity Incompatible with Humanity.
Several gentlemen of a musical tore of
mind, who became informed of the musical
talent of Mr. Robert Heller, have heard him
play the organ at one of our city churches
several mornings, and were so much enter
tained by his command of the great capacity
of that instrument, which in this country is
so little understood, that they naturally
wished to have the pleasure extended to
more of our mnsic-loving citizens. With
this object, they proposed a public concert
for the benefit of some public charity, and
the Home of the . Friendless, an institution
under the charge of ladies of the Protestant
churches, was selected to be the recipient of
the proceeds, Mr. Heller declining to receive
any share in them.
It was supposed, of course, that any of our
churches which are consecrated to the serv.
ice of Him who went about doing good,
would be at the service of so benevolent an
object, and the friends of the undertaking
sought for the church having the finest organ
and the largest capacity for an audience
But, much to their surprise, they found that
some of the churches of our city are too
sacred to God to be nsed to do good to man,
St. John's Episcopal Church and the Second
Presbyterian Church were supposed to be
well adapted to the bonevolent purpose, but
were regarded by thoBe In charge as too holy
for such use. The First Orthodox Congreaa
tional Church, on Seventh-street, between
Central-avenue and John-street, the organ of
which Mr. Heller hus used in playing for
the gratification of his friends, has been ten.
dered for the concert, and it will take place
there Friday afternoon at two o clock.
We have all the respect that any one can
have for tlie sacred character of houses of
worship. We regard them as dedicated to
the service of Him who went about on earth
doing good to the poor, the despised, the
abject, and they that have no helper, and
who said "I will have mercy and not sacri
fice." It may be that there are churches so
fortified in numerous articles of sound doc
trine, and in true apostolic succession, that
they can afford to shut their doors in the
faces of the poor ; but it is stated on the
highest authority that on the great day, when
we parade our merits before the Judge of nil
the earth, and say " Lord we have prophesied
in thy name, und in thy name cost out devils,
and in thy name done many wonderful
works," He will not regard these for a mo
ment, but will try our cose solely by those
things which here are thought unlit to be
aided by the use of St. John's and the Second
Presbyterian Churches; and will say, "I was
hungry, and ye gave me no meat, thirsty and
ye gave me no drink, naked, and ye clothed
me not, sick and in prison, and ye visited me
not. "Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of
the least of these, my brethren, ye did it not
Biting Our Own Nose Off.
The New York Tribune while complaining
that slavers are fitted out at that port at the
rate of three or four a month, and sail with
out any interference from the authorities,
relates the following instance ofthe way in
which the reckless and insane attempts to
stop the slave-trade are used for the robbery
of vessels in legitimate business:
"A respectable merchant of Salem, Mass.,
bought a brig here, and was about to go with
her to that place, where he preferred to take
out a register. She was seized on the al
euapitiuu uf being ubout to Bail for
Africa, for a cargo of slaves. The chargH
was proved to be groundless and frivolous,
yet he could not get his vessel. An appeal
was made to the Secretary of the Treasury at
Washington, who ordered her release. The
order was disregarded, and the owner, at
length, to recover his property and avoid
further expense, paid a large sum, we think
$2,000, for heswiurrender."
In this way we arc ruining our own com
merce in the pretence of stopping the slave-
trade, while the only other result of that
cost'y and ruinous crusade has been the hor
rors ofthe middle passage and two or three
cargoes of negroes sent to apprenticeship in
In his speech at Frankfort Mr. .Breckin
"To thoso who take advantage of the
position of a silent man, to heap upon him
execrations, I say pour on, 1 can endure."
Mr. Breckinridge has, so far, secured him
self against any advantage being taken of a
silent man. In fact, the Democratic candi
dates seem to have all taken to defining their
positions, a kind of tactics which it is well
known is the sure road to the White House.
Tiik Starling Medical Collkgk, Colum
bus, Ohio, announces its fourteenth annual
session, to begin October 18. This institu
tion has a faculty of great ability, and offers
high advantages for a thorough medical
IIahoex, ths Wikb-Mi buirkr. a Fokceh.
The Phillipsburg (N. J.) Standard relates that
to his other crimes Harden added that of
forgery. He endeavored to get cheeked at
tlie fcaston Hank a check for 1,000, with the
name of John 1. Blair, President ofthe Bel
videre Bauk, forged upon it. The bank offi
cers, through caution, would not cash the
check, and Harden then presented it to the
PbiUipsburg bank, where the forgery was
detected, but no measures were taken at ar
rest Harden, who was unknown to the offi
cers of the bank. The affair took place on
the very duy pn which Harden purchased
the poi;on to kill his wife. His identity with
the person oU'ering the click would not have
been discovered had he not confessed it to
the Sheriff. It is probable that he intended
to use the money, had he obtaiued it, to
escape after committing the murder.
Uxixpsctkd Result oy ah Elopement.
The other day, a young man, having fallen
in love with a damsel residing in ltoyul Oak,
Michigan, and finding some difficulty in ob
taining the favorable countenance of the
father, eloped with her, making his way to
Detroit, and taking passage on a steamboat
for his future borne. Just as the boat was
about to start, the infuriated father rushed
on board, and proceeded to threaten the
abductor of bis daughter with a cauing.
Blinded by his passion, he did not remark
that the plank bad been hauled ashore, aud
he was accordingly carried off, thus present
ing the unique sectacle of a family elope
ment. It was understood that the futiier was
induced to give away his child with a good
grace, in consideration ol wnicn he was paid
his return passage mouey by the son-in-law.
. Garibaldi to Irvadi the States or the
ifHOROH. Ooribuldi, according to a corre
spondent of VEco d' Italia, writing from
Milan, June 37, contemplates a feut which
will throw all his previous exploits in the
hade. This is no more than a sudden in
vasion or the H talus of the Church by sea.
and a march upon Rome. It is thought
that, in such an event, the Pope will have to
mt roiuge in Austria.
The Success or Satellite. Mr. 11: Ten
DuL-'.UnM.IIQ.I.lNt.)l 1 tf A II.! II
viuwa m uuin uawiiiic. ''J A1U1UU, CU-
tered for the Stamford Plate of 20u sovereigns
at ewmarikei races, on toe no inst., won
the race after a gallant strueirle with Mr.
Saxon's "Brown' Duchess," and nine other
famous horses. The betting was three to one
airainit him. "Satellite" is entered for tha
Goodwood stakes, with the odds of Vo toone
net against mm,
Com! OF ANCIKNT OlooRAPnT. Br H. J.
ochhipt, rminwnr in uoltmima t-Oiipge. new
iork: 1). Appletos A Go. Cincinnati: Rickey,
allory A Co., i
This Is a text bonk for elaeeioal atuaants, arransd
with special reference to eonwnlonce of recitation.
It oonulni euch knowledge of Ancient Geography
as la reqntred by thoaa who go through a ooureo of
claailoal itndlea. Tha matter la arranged in abort
paragraphs, numbered to correspond with an alpha
betiral Index, which glvea great convenient in ref
A HP ft THROUGH KI'BOPK. By KaiawaO.
Benedict. New York: 1). Appieton a 10. Cin
cinnati: Richer, Maliory A Co.
Thla la what Ita title purport, a ran ilirouth Eu
rope, and written in a running, racy atyle, jotting
down observation, and aenaationa in tha ueual route
of touriala, and not boring with profound invewtiga
tlom, or dtecovertee, or philoeophlcal reflections.
CHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPEDIA, fart 17 of Jhla
aerial work haa bean received by Rickey, Maliory
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Philadelphia, July 25. A Douglas Mass
and Delegate State Convention meets at Hor
risburg to-morrow afternoon, and the pros
pects are of a large attendance.
.' Mr. Hickman's Republican speech con
tained a severe denunciation of Mr. Douglas's
course on Kansas, preferring that of Mr.
Breckinridge as outspoken and evident, whilo
that of Mr. Douglas was concealed and tricky.
The speech created considerable excitement
among the friends of Douglas, and will prob
ably call forth numerous able replies. It is
understood that Jno. B. Haskin will reply at
Westchester, Mr. Hickman's own district.
Trenton, N. J., July 25. The following
are the District Electors: First, Abram M.
Nash, of'Camdcn; Second, Moses Miles, of
nunington; Tnira, Jos. Vliet, ol Warren;
Fourth, Daniel Sanderson, of Sussex; Fifth,
The following persons were appointed the
State Executive Committee: Rodman M.
Price, Tbos. S. Allison, Adolph Schall, G. S.
Cannon, Ingham Coryell, Thos. N. McCarter
and M. T. Stratton.
The Committee was requested tfj issue an
address to the people of New Jersey, to
which is to be added a list of the delegates.
The Committee then reported the resolu
tions. The Bell and Everett Convention assem
bled here to-day. John Perrine, of Middle
sex, was chosen temporary Chairman, and
CD. Deshlerand Jos. Stratton, Secretarys.
A Committee of five from each Congres
sional District, on permanent organization,
was appointed; and three from each District
to report resolutions and recommend in re
gard to the propriety of nominating an Elec
toral ticket. All the Districts are reDre-
sented. Some Counties are not represented.
Hon. Jacob Brown and H. M. Fuller, of
Penn., will address the Convention this after
Chioaho, July 25. The Democratic Con
gressional Convention, of the Fifth District,
nominated Hon. Win. A. Richardson for
SrniNciriELD. III.. July 25. The Douelos
and Johnson ratification meeting here to-day
was undoubtedly the largest demonstration
of the kind ever held in Illinois. It is esti
mated that 40,000 people, were in attendance.
The meeting was held at Edward's Grove.
near the city, and was addressed by Hon. W.
A. Richardson, John A. Logan, James C.
Allen and other prominent Democrats of this
and adjoining States. To-night a meeting is
being held at the Democratic headquarters.
The enthusiasm of the people is unparalleled.
New Orleans, July 25. Three Abolition
ists have been caught in Washington County,
Texas, and ordered to leave the State.
Abe loss by recent hres in the North-eastern
Counties of Texas exceed $700,000, and barely
St. Louis. July 25. An extra of the Bon-
ham (Texas) Era office, dated the 17th inst..
was received here to-night. The overland
inati contains a letter from Ohas. R. Pryor,
editor or the Dallas Herald, stating that the
fire in that place on the 8th inst. led to the
discovery of a diabolical plan to devastate
the whole of Northern Texas. AVhite men,
friends of the Abolition preachers, Blunt and
McKinney, who were exnelled from the
country last year, were the instigators of the
pioi. i ne pian was u lay tne wnole country
waste by fire, destroying all arras, ammuni
tion, &c. to tret the countrv in a atntn nf
helplessness, and then on the election day in
lilmtal " 1. 1 : '1 . 1
--"5", w juiw: BgOUOIIM lIlBUirBlllUll, H1UCU
by emissaries from the North and parties
friendly to the cause in Texas. Their siiliern
of operations was districted and subdis-
tricted, each division being under the super
vision of a white man who controlled the
negroes as subordinates. HavavaI whita mpn
and negroes have been arrested at Dallas.
I lie tollowinir tares are reoorted to have oc
curred the same day: Dallas was destroyed
aim was attnuuieu to tne same cause; a large
mercantile nouse at Black jock urove, loss
$30,000; three business houses at Denton, loss
$100,000; a lnrge stone house at Pilot Point,
loss $10,000; a stone house at Ladonia, loss
u,uuu; eignt stores at Belknap, loss not
given; Milford,EUis County ,totally destroyed,
and several other smaller fires. Great ex
citement existed throughout the country,
and prompt and effective measures are being
tu&cu iu iiruusct uie ana property.
Judge Douglas in Troy New York.
arrived here from Saratoga, at half-post seven
hud cvcuiug. xi u ttw received at tlie lycpot
by an immense concourse of citizens, one or
two military companies, and a company of
Little Giants from Albany. The procession
formed and marched to the Troy House,
where Mr. Douglas was welcomed by the
Mayor. In reply, Mr. Douglas made a rol id
eal speech, defending non-intervention as the
true principle, and appealing for its support,
by all who opposed Abolitiouism and diB
uuionism. He spoke thirty-five minutes, and
was listened to by about 5.000 neonle. The
reception is considered to have been a great
Wabhinqton. July 25. The Postmaster-
General has ordered a weeklv mail from St.
Joseph to Julesburg, Oregon, to accommo
date the weekly mall between Julesburg and
Denver uity ior the benefit of the Pike s
Peak miners; and also, a weekly mail between
Placerville and the Washoe silver mines, on
the route to Salt Lake. The service up to
this time has been only semi-monthly.
No injunction has been obtained by any
party restraining Mr. Pangborn from draw-
!.. t r . v. u
1 1 1 14 UIUUCJ UU HWUUU, Ul LUC UUUJfO pUUUUK.
The hearing on the preliminary motion is
postponed till Saturday.
Gen. Lane in the North Carolina.
spending a few days at or near Kaleigh,'Vis-
itiug tne nouse ol ms ancestors and numer
ous relations. The Governor. Judges of the
Supreme Court and many other prominent
ofhcials, and the citizens generally, honored
him witb a hearty welcome as a distingished
sob of the State, and more especially, as the
site of the city of Raleigh was the old Lane
estate, donated by the General's grandfather
for the capital.
BcrrALO, July 26. To-day was set apart
for the Prize Concert, The prize, a massive
silver goblet, was competed for by five socie
ties, and won by "Arion," of New York
city. It will be presented at the grand ban
quet to-night, Columbus, Ohio, was selected
as the next place for holding tbe Sanger teat.
breaking ground on tnis ena oi tne racino
Railrqau, took place to-day. Ten thousand
people were present, and great enthusiasm
l.oi fsvn i B. July 25 P. M. River falline:.
with four feet six Inches in the channel.
Weather clear, and mercury 77".
Pii-mariaa. July 26 P. M. River seven
feet by the pier mark, and falling. Weather
clear and warm.
Latest by the Canada.
Palermo. Julv 13. The new Ministry has
been formed. Amere, the historian, and
Evante are among the number. '
Napltt. July 10. The King has snm
moned tne former Camarilla. The popula
tion is unquiet. A partial outbreak iiad oc
curred among the troops In tbe cltldel.
Twelve Were wounded. Ships and troops
were going to Messina.
Home, July 10. No further disturbances
in the Umbrian Marches.
Sanguinary combats have taken place near
Messiua, between the Neapolitans and the
advance guard of the Sicilian Army. Gari
baldi had received farther aid to the amount
of 5,000.000 livre, and fifty-seven cannon.
Halifax, July 25. The Canada sailed for
Dartmouth College Commencement.
Hakover, N. H, July 25. The -
TnriCauiul exercises oi iartmcnin College
began yesterday, and were continued to-day.
Rev. Theo. L. Cuyler, of Now York, deliv
ered tttt eloquent and spirited address before
the Theological Society, and Geo. Porley, of
Concord, prqnouuced en interesting and
feeling eulogy upon the late Rufus Chonte.
Rev. T. L. Cuyler, President Lord, Gen.
Frank Pierce and other distinguished gen
tlemen were serenaded lost evening by the
E. G. Parker, of Boston, delivered an ora
tion before the Psi Upsilon Society this after
noon, which was followed by a poem on
"Pluck" by Mortimer Thompson, of New
Clothea renovated and repaired, 120 W. Sixth.
' Clothing renovated and repaired, 59 U. Third.
SXtrCAsrarris'i cheap Picture!, 90 Fifth-street.
Bar The Erovapor Oook.atove la In the high tide
of enccces. Bold at Mo. 11 West Fourth .etreet.
E4V A Good Cbakcs to Enqaoi in Busimim. See
" A Partner Wanted," in " Wanted " column.
arPioTctES for tea cants.
Ninth and Main.
W A. A. Emm, Clocka, Watches and Jewelry,
Kos. Ml and 171 Western-row.
SSf" Afflmatb's mammoth Gallery, oorner Fifth
and Main. Mark the place. , Je9-tf
SWT Examine tha Photographs at Appl-boati's,
oorner Fifth and Main. Mark tha place. Je-tf
Sarif you want a Photograph which haa the depth
and richneaa of an engraving, go to ion West Fourth
atreet, Artlat'a Gallery, Eaton ft Wishes, Artlata
and Proprietors. JrZS-a
aw if you want a good Picture, call at tha south
weat cornor of fiixth-etreot and Central-avenue.
Plcturee taken and put In nice gl It framea for twenty.
Are centa; In caaea for twenty cents. Bring on tha
babies you are aura to get a good llkenesa.
SJW500 bhibt Pattksns New Stylbs tLadlea
Hend your huabamle to be fitted with Kbfpneb's
" New Style Shirt Pattorn." It la eaally made, and
saves work. "Boaton Shirt Factory," north-out
cornor of Fifth aud Vine, over Cole k Hopkina'a.
jyl-tfSu,W L. A. KEPPNER, Agent.
eyFAsl FaksI Faha I Elegant Fans! Juat
received by oxproea and ateamer, direct from Parle,
a line of beautiful Kane, new atylea, richest In ma
terial, moat chaete and elegant In flnlah.
Opera and Bridal Fans -
Broad Fan, white, red, blue and pink silk ;
Silverod, apangled, embroidered altk ;
Sandal-wood, broad atlk, ail colors i
Card-caaea, carved and plain pearl aholl ;
Porta-monnalea, with chain, leather, silver, velvet ;
Stereoscopes and Views ;
Stoel Braceleta and Brooches ;
Steel Bnckloa and 811dm ;
Coral Necklaces and Tloa ;
JOUN D. PABK,
Jr9-dxvMATIi N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut.
Wedding and Visiting Cards,
Engraved and Printed, Hoala and Prcaaea; De La Bus
Stationery aud Euvulopua.
(Succsaaora to II. II Shipley & Urn.,)
Jy3-ay Mi Weat Vourtu-atreet.
NEWPORT EECTION.-JOHN P.
JACKSON lea Candidate for the Oltioeof
ABSHAL, at the enauing Aoguet election,
Bf-TSasNEWPORT ELECTION. -REIT-aCST
II EN TKIiltOW ia a Candidate for the
Oilico of CITY MARSHAL, at the enauing August
TUB BELL AND KTERETT
County Executive Committee will muet at
Hie C7T7on llouw, at SH o'clock P. M., TO DAY. A
full attendance ia requested. The Finance Commit
tee of the re.Hnt Bell and Krerett Katinoatlon Meet
ing are requewted to bo preaent for a full report, a
NEWPORT EliECTION.-WM. If.
BENNETT iaacandldate for the office of
arahal at the enauing August election.
--25CANDIDATE FOR CORONER.
kW3?i Da. J. 11. JORDAN (Pbyelcian to the
Cincinnati Cholora Honpltal, in IMS ) will be a Can
didate before the Hamilton County Republican Con
vention for nomination for COBONKH. Before to
Judge Storer, Dr. Pulte and Bon. John A. Gorier.
WE RKI1 TO
lall reaume bualnoaa at
I'rlonda that we aha
the old stand aa soon as we can renair dunALuea.
when we ahall be happy to supply all with an lnim
liable hat. J. (3 TO WE US CO.,
jo27-tf No. 149 Maln-atreet.
v ui j low orr. ooijn t alh Ba
nff to benellt thoaa who are troubled
with eruptiona aud cutaneoua diaeasea, I certify that
a great many caaea have come under my personal ob
serration of the Incalculable benefit of Palmer's
Vegetable Coametio Lotion. I have sold it for the
paat aoven yeara. and never baa a caae come within
my knowledge of ita ratlins' to be a benellt.
WM. STOUT, Drugglat and Bookaeller.
Manufacturer and Imp
JrT No. 36
irter of Perfumery.
- vKENNEDY'B MRDTPAT, TilHCftV,
sbK KiiY ia acknowledged by the moil oinlnent
rhybicianv. aud by tbe nioitt caruful draggUU
bruushout the United States, to be the moat effec
tual blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved
more milteriiifc, aud effected more permanent cures.
than any preparation known to the profeHnion. Scrof
ula. Salt hbeum. EryvfDelas. Scald-head. Scaly KruD
tiona of whatsoever nature, are curod by afew bottlea
and thtv y attain restored to Hill strength and vigor.
Cull aim explicit directions for the care of ulcerated
ore lugs and other corrupt and runniog ulcers, it
Iven in the pamphlet with each bottle. Tor sale by
and runniog ulcers, ia
JiXJl MJ, I A IV IV . ? U l X a IV . jVVillOi JbA ft JJ,t BUU
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Thursday Evening, July 26, at 8.
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THE LAST WEEK,
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must call tmsweek, as tne wnoie stock will De re
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14 Kast Fourth -t.i to he sold by them at publie
auction on TUESDAY, July 31, when tha whole will
ire ttuiu witnout roeorve.
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jya5-e 8AMULL yKUUMK( Assignee,
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