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n, R7W at the Belmont Chronicle !
At s. Ttiit tou aver teach ft. school? If
jou ever bavo, I guess you had rather not
typess.for vt is f tnllt th6 '"hoolmait
ter" of eountry village- or district is not
in"ei;Ma being; but . watf be the most
ftiseraUe: . ' ITaving heard mnch praise of
th "Publie Schools ot Ohio, not long
sir) I determined to vim. one, and if there
was anything that could approach a doscnp
tiqa of .ha'glac balled BodIam, it Was this
achool. I had ofwo hoard that a school was
a nlM "to teach the yonnir idea how to
hoot." but as we entered the room
thought U mart be a plaee to loam the boy
tonne the 'weed," and to teach the giru
l,wa,nMa ant ill manner : for there Ret
tha "master." hi, feet on the top of wri
ting desk, puffing away at a "sloes," the
dnloka in clondi fairly concealing his face
from out. Tiew, and on looking about the
room, -w saw nothing . but eonfusion and
AtT. the floor looked a if it had ncrer been
wept, dirt tome inches deep, with now and
tha an ' old stogs, or tobacco cua, ana
Old girls and boys giggling nd running
about, talking, etc, aa much a they pleased.
We had just got .fairly seated, when up
jumped a boy with, "Master, Jo Ilorn keep
tinkliname:" another lumped up directly
wltn, Tim Dun keeps ar pinohin me."
: TriaMaatnr took hia "stoga" from his
Bsouth, saying "Tim, what did you pinch
la.forr'.- L'Utt he keeps , er sorougin,
to"-was-the reply. Thus panned the time.
Beefeg mine of the eeholars writing, we ex
mieAsome of Iheir "copy books," and
w ill g'lTe you seriatim, et literatim, a few of
the copies an written by the Master, (at leaBt
so the ohildren Mid.) "llDord and onard
tmr UrsMo' 'Mr (iinerat Scot fcasnre-
iuroad from, lis joroney." "There was
rober named Bun-bus.'' Selling Books
mfc. gate lieop arr when this? 'Knight
the rod gothisedueation.wasourthoughts.
But there the Master sat, the vapory smoke
rolling orer his held; and when a doss read
tif rtcited, it was, "Bill C'lerga hear this
ehusj' or,"Jim Dan, hear that lesion."
boy came up to the Master with a longcoun
eenanoe, as I supposed be had something
of great Importance to communicate, he
ascends the platform to the 'desk; with all
the gravity of a preacher : "Maxtor," said
he, ."Bill Clerga and Tom Cunauiins keep
all the time writing luv k-tters to the gula."
I eould contain myself no longer 1 took
snay hat and left, right glad to get away
turn such a Beldam and enjoy tho stillness
of most any, other place, and I cnnie to this
cenolusion, that most any one "may keep
school," but it is not evory : one that can
"manage ad teach aKhcol.". Tui indy
jegjew, and "keeping sohool" just o "raise
the wind," ia notes it should be. What
profession is of more' iruportanoe than
Instruct the young mind T A school should
'ba a place where nothing of a debating
character or influence could gain admittance;
TtjjhouM ho eplco'"flapable of Inspiring
'ehcVrfui sound and pure thoughts and Idea,
Sbjtth-erer spriug, aud spring only, from
oasiuf associatiuoH or objects.
; ' A, person who makes use of proan lan-
guagc, or tun tobacco, (during sohool hours)
is not to be entrusted with tho instruction
of youth. Such vices beget a recklessness
' of thought and notion ; and in youth,
person entrusted with their characters, and
their usefulness, should not be guilty of such
immoralities. Children learn very muoli
from example, more than most people are
aware ot, therefore their instructors should
be persons guilty of no debasing practices.
An instructor of youth should no more be
guilty of such vile practices, so degrading
and debasing to tho mind, than the minister
who occupies your pulpit. It is generally
' in the street that boys learn to Itmnffe, twear,
and to smoAtt, yos, and to ohow. Teaching
is a responsible station, and teachers can do
much good. In many plaoes, thoy employ
that Teacher who will "keep, a school" fiir
the lowest wages, and teachers are not al-
together free from blame for this state
things. Whatever may be the wages of
Teacher, lot him endeavor, to fto his duty
'faithfully, and improve his qualifications to
. the utmost of his abilitlos. and he will tcaoh
. with mow satisfaction to himself, and more
benefit to his pupils. A teachor, by care
fall instructing bis, pupils and interesting
th'ent in their studies, will, through them,
create an interest in their parents with re-
gard to the school, and the progress of their
children i and this point galpfrd the people
Will discriminate with reibrsnoa to toaohers,
and ha who is best qualified will obtain the
'test wages. ' "A lasr man may ksep
achool," but he Is Incompetent to instruct
the young. The working teachor surely
deserves a higher pecuniary reward than
generally receives, but, "the laborer should
be worthy of his hire." On tho youth
Motf country depends the !perpatuty of our
civil and political institutions. 6trikd down
our nurseries of learning, the cradle
' Democracy and true great new, and a dark
sight would reign over tha minds of men.
Then, keep up your schools, your nurseries
,. .01 Education, for true Education is the very
soul or her Republican Institutions. Cherish,
then, your schools; Improve them; employ
. -good teachm: mka your srtfolihetiar,
fur by so doing y ou not only confer a blessi
ot posterity, .but on our oountry. La
Hefcob Officers, Parents," and ' Teachers
- Jtiair duty, and our schools will be examples
so its iuuuwiv ui uiuw ouuufcnee, aim our
. coon try will prosper. And, I will sav.
'UioUaoher: '' ' ' i '
"elseef weaker, keep piMn iMmiku
(lm m Nnf lof ffQMl MUtmoulf k'ww
hr mittrnn U MMMil, Ita IIM Iran ol la 6w
II MM mm m'HUI. tt1 vrwwc wiw M
Pavtonlf boUUtliM rpoiiIM Kara,
- .' llHpMiaa4UMfMMaMUvulsnww
VALLET HOME, Jan, 18, 1862.
T WBT do" our soldiers need no ' barbers
. Beeanaa they are regularly shaved, by
U over amen t ooat raouira.
Important from the South.
Tit Pfuprration of RMlionAitlr ' to
tit ftnplr of Grorffi't-lh fsut Hour
of th' AfVrW lT)rim(f GtimiHn'nt A
iimirMt of Tnutitr SiMtleG'oraui
' lllmhntiit' Compliments to Fnlrrnl
Fki.I,ow WtiJkS li? a'few flnys tha
Prnvinional Government of the CWcdernte
States will live only in history." ' With it we
shall deliver up the trust we have endeavor
d to use tor yonr benefit, to thou more
directly selected by yourMres. The pubHo
moor I oi our acts w iaunnar,n jw,- "
requires no further explanarifwitbnr hands.
Ot those wattM which pnlioy has rcqnired
to lwj-sei-mt. it would be imfropsr-i now to
speak. Thissddress, therelore, will have
no personal reference. We arewpll assured
that there exists no necessity for us to
arouse your patriotism, nor to inspire your
confidence. We rejoice with you in the unan
imity of our State, in its resol-juon and
its hopes. And we are proud with you that
Georgia has been "illustrated," and we
doubt not will be illustrated agaio by ,her
sons in our holy struggle.
The first campsinn la over : each party
rests in plaee, while the winter s snow de
clares an armistice from on high. The re
sults in the field arc familiar to you", and we
will not recount them. Xo some important
facts wa mil your attention , v.
, First The moderation ot our own Gov
ernment and the fanatical madness of onr
enemies have dispersed all differences of
opinion among our people, and united them
lorcvcr in me war oi inuepunuuuuu. ah m
few border btates a waning opposition is
riving wsy before the stern loirio of daily
developing (ttcU. The world's history does
not irivo a parallel uistanoe ot a revolution
based upon seen unanimity among the poo
SecondOur enemy has exhibited an
energy, a perseverance and an amount "of
resource wmcn we nna naraiy exnectea.
and a du.reitard of constitution and laws
which we can hardly credit. The result of
both, however, is that power, which is the
chsraoteristio element of despotism, and
renders it as formidable to its enemies as it
is destructive to its subjects.
" Third An immense army has been or
ganised for our destruction, which is being
disciplined to the unthinking stolidity of
regulars, With the exclusive possession of
the seas, our enemy is enabled to throw up
on the shores of every State the nucleus of
nn army. And the threat is tnnde, and
doubtless the attempt will follow in early
spring, to crush us with a giant's grap by a
simultaneous movement along our entire
Fourth With whatever alacrity our peo
ple may rush to arms, and whatever energy
our Government tiiay use its resources, vas
cannot expect to cope with our enemy eith
er in numbers, equipments or munitions of
war. To provide against 'those ndds'we
must luflk to desperate courage, unflinching
daring and universal seir-saerlnoe. ' ,
Fifth Tho orosnect of foreign interfer
ence is at least a remote one, and should not
be relied on. If it comes, let it be only
auxiliary to our own preparations for free
dom. To our Ood and ourselves alone we
' These are stern facts, perhaps some of
them are unpalatable. But we are docoived
in yoa if you would have us to conceal thorn
in-order to deceive yon. The only question
tor us and tor you is, as a nation and Indi
vidually, what have we to do? We answer :
. r irst As a nation we should be united.
nirnearuig to one anotnor, frowning upon
an factious opposition and cenwrraua onti
ciaras, ana giving a trustrni . and generous
confluence to tiiose selected as our loaders
iu the camp and the council chamber.
neoond We should excite every starve
and strain every muscle ot the body politic
to maintain our financial and military hoalth
fulness, and. bv ranid aMrossive action.
make our enemies feel, at their own firesides,
tho horrors of a war brought ou by them
selves. , i . .
Ihe most important matter for you. bow-
ever, is your individual duty. YV bat can
The foot of the oppressor is on the soil of
Ueorgia. Ilo comes with lust in his eyo,
poverty in his Durse and hull in his heart.
lie oomes a robber and a murderer. How
shall you meat him ? With the sword, st
the threshold I With death for him or for
yourself But more than this M even
woman hnvt n torch, rvrry chiltl a flrtbmnd
ui thf total nonm of our uoiiln be made
nthr, and the fii LIt of our herititae be made
dreoUite. Jt blaokness and rum mark your
denarlinc stens. H dennrt vou must, and lot
a desert more terrible than Sahara woloome
the Vandals, iiet every oity be loveled by
the flams, and every village be lost in ashos.
Let your faithful slaves share your fortune
and your orust. Trust wife and ohildren to
the sure protection of God preferring even
lor these loved ones the oliaroal bouso as a
home than loathsome vassalage to a nation
already sunk below tho oontompt of the
civilised world. This may be your terrible
choice, and determine at once and without
dissent aa honor and patriotism and duty to
Fellow Citizens : Lull not yourselves into
a futal seourity. Be prepared for every
contingency. 1 his is our. only hope for a
sure and honorable noace. ir our enemy
was to-day convinced that the feast herein
indicated would welcome him In every quar
ter of this Confederacy, we know hia base
oharanter well enough to feel assured he
would never ooina. bet, then, the smoke
of your homes, fired by woiusu's hands tell
the approaching foe that over sword and
bayonet they will rush only to fire and ruin.
We have faith in God and faith in you.
He is blind to every indication of Provi
donoe who has not seen an Almighty hand
eontrollih tha events of tha nast vear
Tha wind, the wave, the cloud, the mist,
the suns bino and the storm have all minis
tered to qur necessities, and frequently suo
oo red us in our distresses. ' We doem it un
necessary to reoount the numerous instances
wiuun have called lorth our grautudo; We
would nin yoa i thanksgiving and praise.
"If (sod be Kir ua. who can be aoainat ua 1"
Nor would wo condemn your ooafident
look to our armies, when thoy can meet with
a ue not too greatly their superior In num
bers. The yesr past tells a story of hero
ism and suocess, of which our nation will
noer be ashamed. These considerations,
howevor, should only stimulate us to great
er doeda and nobler efforts. Aa occasional
reverse we must expect such aa has de
pressed us within tha last few days. This
(a only temporary. - '
Wa havo uo fears of the result the final
Uaue. You and wa may have to sacrifice
our lives ana ronunes in tne noiy cause ;
but our hunor will be saved untarnished,
and our ohildren s children will nso up
cun us Dicssoa, - :
M. J. CRAWFORD,
THOS. R. COBB.
IT Is (he destihr of tha ohaeiira to ha b.
spised ; It is the privilege of the illustrious
to ha hatAd. .
Dirricvtnsaand strong men, like strop
anu roui, are uiau iw eaen ovnar.
"Spotting" a "Pickpocket."
Among the other by onr tective
officers discern professional thieves
and pickpockets is thst of wearing patriotic
ttuckties and oollsrs of a very "loud' pat
tort. Nut at all that an honest men may
not wear thosearticles of apparel, but thieves
are apt to adopt all the latest modes in dress,
and thus pass current for exemplary mem
hr mnaintv. A short lime since, during
an occasion of pnblks interest, large numbers
of visitors from sun ounding cities came to
Cinoinnati,and among the others a wealthy
eitipn from Ijifhvattn. Indiana. " We need
hardly remind our reader here that the
State of Indiana 'stands out m bold relief
among' Weatero States for its patriotism and
devotion to the Union, and that she was one
of the first States to hold the national flag
aloft and swear to die in its defence. . .. ,
Well, to return to the story, the gentle
man from Lafayette.' Who at D resent shall
be nameless, appeared in the elegant rotunda
of tho Burnett Honse arrayed in a new suit
of broadcloth, his freshly "groomed" head
held erect by a bran new stsr-epsngled Btand'
ing collar, and a flaming red, white and blue
nm-ktie: and as he leasurelv whiffed his
fragrant after-tea ITavanna, he seemed a
... . . . : ! a .i
very picture oi a painouc American auuni.
Presently he was approached by our polite
and affable Chief of Polioo, Col. Dudley,
who, after greeting him in a friendly man
ner for they were old acquaintances sug
snstad in the kindest possible manner the
propriety of changing his necktie, as there
existed a bare possiDUiiy oi nis ncing arrew
Our Indiana friend became indignant, and
denounced m tee. ronndest terms the un
nstriotio character ot the people of Cincin
natt, winding-up wltu a glowing peroration
to that ot the people ot Indiana.
1UI, 111 V Sltrar mr,. 'ui'im t lie 1 1 n. i
'you will be misunderstood you will be
mistaken tor a pickpocket, and pechaps ar
rested.1 ' And with this friendly hint Be
walked awsy. ' Scarcely had he gone when
a-pohee -Miteer approocbed tM gentleman
iroru inuiann,iana waiaiiin aruunu iuiii,
seamed to "aont" him after th most ap
proved detective style. The victim winced
under the torture, which was only inereascd
by seeing the eyes of at least a seore of the
gentlemen fjrexent tnrfted with ksger inter
est upon the omocr and kfmseif. Tbs-strange
experience of being "spotted' made the
a-entleman feel sniltv. and he really looked
as he felt At this point another oflicor
1 Jttfa unon the scene, and this so heightened
the confusion of the victim that he forced
his way through the crowd snd rnshed
the direction of his room, but a burst
laughter broke upon his ear, and turning
around his eyes met the open countenance
of the Uhiet. who, with a ofrw ot tnends.
was enjoying the joke. A light broke upon
the- eotttWirl and siritatod Indisnrnn. and
prdceivinit The a plooscnt smile lit
hisgiiod-luokinz oountonance, as he invited
his mends to the refroctor-'i where the paTty
were regaled with smoking bivalves and
sparkling catawba. tin. Ua., etb. ,
Wltr shouldn't vou sell anythincto
man in bed ? Because a cash business
best, and it is evident that he would be buy
ing ou tick.
It is fortunate tor Fortarrt that she
Wind, else she might blush to behold
tools she patronizes. ..
' TillfHE are ninnr calm and holy scenes
encliuiitmont where we would hear no word
spoken-where silence is more musical than
rnrrnx is the blossom and the trngrancy
ot all human language and thought
Psien.. ; ? ,-
ItRAOXR, whether you are old or toung
you nave ai tins moment in your neari
wild oiwMo"ftian ,na oo wrltteu. y
' A OUKAT fuss has been made about "dol
lar iowelrv. but if vou want to make
reully cheap present to yoursweetheurt.give
her k dime and piit. 1 v '
' ir money is worth five per cent, a month
what is a man worth at the end of the year,
who nas paid auon a rate ot interest.
Ptopid people may eat, but shouldn'
talk. , Tbeir mouths will do well enough
uuuas ui uuiusk, vui not ui issuo,
" The Power of Music On Soturdav
says the Chicago Journal, a man in the last
stage, of intoxication was brqiiitht into tho
police court, and examined and fined,
heimr drunk and disorderly.'' The ' boor ful
low had only an old German flute, and when
asked it he would leave it as a pledge
his tine, he replied that it was an old
exoellent instrument, and under no oirouui
tanoea would be part with it.
Forirotful of the ditrnilv of tha eourL
raised It to, his lip, and blow a few sweet
notes, at once attracting and turns the
tention of the Court- and spectators.
preoeived hia advantage, and played a plain
tive air, which imbued the mind of the Court
with pity. He ohanged it to a patriotic
measure, and tho ' KtarBnanuled Banner.
and '-Yankee Doodle." exoitcd the Court
a fraternal fooling. Now or never was
tune. JJixie roiled out in ramd oadenoe,
Kvery one was taken by storm. The police
danoedits measures; the spectators wagged
their heads : and the Court, like Alexander,
smiled its delight The fine was stricken
from tue docket, and the poor follow
with the flute under his arm, a wiser and
CPf. Witmohe, who at the tattle
JIiU Spring sunk the rebel steamer with
batteryof Parrott guns, recruited his battery
in Cleveland, where bis parents roaide.
lett with hi oommand some six weeks sinee,
lie waa appointed a cadet at West Point
from Cuvanoira Falls, where he than resid
ed and had finished bis third year at that
ioatUutio.n. when ha resignod at the breaking-
ut of ihTreheutonT ;anf Offered
servioes la the army, and was appointed
captain, tie is a vonnir man ot but nu
more than 20 years of sge, but has already
made a brilliant oommenoement ot his mili
tary career, ; r ; , i . i A I -: t ' '
AltCirNNaNtfeeently returned from
Riuhmond, Va., thuB alludes to tho position
Mr. Bolts is now plaoed in: "When;
Uiohmoad I saw Nr., Botta. Mr, .Botts
virtually a prisoner in his own house. When
he gete a elisnce to speak, he denounces
aseession of Virginia, and aye that it
a fatal act, and ua hopes that a restoration
or The union may do crteotcd. There
spait twenty or twenty-five thousand (roops
in liiohmood I end there is a general appre-
henson that it will be attacked and positive
ly captured in some way or tne U nion forces,
notwithstanding the rebel army at Manas-
Sied, I)eweaabar , 1841
MlraoaS SDuaty. Ohio, i
in the 83d year of his im. Ilia drseaaa-
dropsy, with vrhioh Jia bad saSsred Tor
years. He aaemei) anxious for tha tisnato
come when ha would.be fenvavevi frottMs
woeld of aWoteoaajideaAaa mtHf 'L would
like to- be a rest ' ' .lie rsteiued his saeotal
faeultias to tha last. He was as early eiti-aen-of
the oounty, and always a kiua
STOVES 1 ' r
r100K3NG, Hosting, Parlor and Dining. .
Vj room 810VE.S, of ihe most approved I
pitisrm, both for OOAl, and WOOD, atLJ
creaily redaetd prlem, Ibrsileby "
THOU. O. CULBERTSON. . ...
teVU . Bridgeport, Ohle.
bit' WEN; ; !
Particular atMsslon Said to Ids Msoafaetoriaa
f Toots ru Uoaisa (Jul-Wills. All tools
wah-Mied be ot ihtbeat rnalerial and work
ainnanlp.ked at as low prlcasss they can be pUr
aschwl at Snt o Jisr po lut.
. JOHIV riSUER,
WinintiU, Balmonl.ooapy Ofiio. jnr '
THE LADIES OF 8T. CLAIRSVILLR and
X vicinity an reapectOi'lr and particularly in
tiled to sail at , . ,
. MISS P. P. .ALEXANDER'S
..... luSIOStllS V!,' I'i ".
Main street, rooms overKline's store
and examiee her pew and elegant
goods, suitable lor '.he
Spring and Summer Seaton,
before purchasing elsewhere. Miss A. will lake
vnwuivHi rAmuinig ucr w v nil .yiiv wj
Donor aer wita a visit, tieretocaot-i - .i
. TBt ttUNBUT,'
this season, eoinpriaaa Ihe newest sly lea of
Silk and Satin Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons,
Blondes. Ate., sll of the finest auslitv. terTermi
moderate and setlslaeuon guaranteed. , KbT
Hardware ! .Hardware I .
FlLISHED Steel Shovels, .
Hammered iron Bhovels, " i
Kol led iron Shovels,
, anal 3hovets,
. . Coal Shovels, all slies, V , ".
4 - MmildereShovele, ...
. Bpedet, sll liies,
Hoes of every kind,
Garden and Ursln Rakee,
" " Grain cradles. Sevthee.
8nslhs, Haf-fotks; ill.) jf i.
J, Msnnre-torKa, 1
m, et., ...... B
all of which I wilt Sellst the lnV.eststt " , .
feblT , , . Bridgeport, Ohio.
' I'I'.f'l 1,1 '. ,! '' 'ft'
- Oonrt for 1802e, , i.
BT VIBTUB of the power veti in i by law,
w, ihe Judirrw of the Court at Cmiron Plt? wiih-
in nd for lh Et(ifli Jiuiit kl District of the Xiaie of Ohio,
rfo tMreb saMvemain and li tha trmea of holdirifr tha
mi wirmi oi um Uoun oi Uomrnott ifoa and iMirtnat
Joiirt, hi tKa Navaral eouirtiM of aaid Duuict, lor tha jraar
I mTt, u ens iawi ; ; --..
'ITie Coort ot emmcm Flea. fhaH bahisdln tha Coontr
of Mnski)fttm-ai Tauaiay laa Fj(htentli imh) day of
. on Msnday tb nineaveuth 0ih day of Alay,
ana on monaay we intra t,-Mi) uay of noremuer.
In the Uoumy oi Morvan on Tuesday the twenty
(Uftth) day of March, on Tuesday the filteeitth f loth;
of July, and oo Tuesday tha iwaMy-tim (Hid) day of
In ilia Connty of Monroa on Ttieailay tha afirhteatith
(ItAh)dayof Februar', on Tuesday the twentieth lUOili,
day of May, and du Tuesday tha lourih (Ui)day of No
In Ihe Count of Belnlnnt on Tuesday tha alevanthltlthl
day of March, on Tuesday lha lemh (I Oth) day of June,
ami on Vfeanesaay to auecntn (lotti) nay oi u
In the County of Noble ou Tuesday ihe fourth iltli) day
oi morrn. on i unsnay tne intra wi) day ot jui
Wednesday ihe hfteenlh (ldth)day of October.
In ihe Coumvof TusearawajionTuesfav ihi eirhter'nih
(I nib) day of February, on Tuesday the twentieth (goth)
tray of May, and on Tuesday th Iweiiiy-viyhia Otetli)
day of October,
In Ihe County of Guernsey on Monday lh tenth (tfHii)
uay oi ninrcn, on niontmy ine nintn (inni nay oi June,
ami on Monday the tenth lltahl day of NoTember.
In the County of Jenrsoii on Tunsday the eleventh (I t lh)
nay oi niarcn,crn Ttiesuay in tenth (HNIii day ol June
and oiiTucmIuv the ekvrnih lllilil day of November.
In the County of HerrisMiu on Tuesday the eiihirenth
llnth) day of February, on Tuesday the twentieth IUihIi
day of Mayt and du Tuesday tpr twealy-aiifbUt (ftb) day
. ; Tb ptatrlct Crt lluU be Ktl1
' the CfHMity of Tusnaj-awas on Tuesday th second
(!) day of heiitenhen ,
III lha County of Muskiafum ott Thursday tha fourth
(4th) day of Lfepiember. (
In the County of Morgan on Tuesday tha ninth (Oth)
liur Ql nemevniv
Tn the trouulY
the Coumy of Guernsey on Friday the twelfth Utfth)
da of 8entenilier.
In th County of JeAVrson en ydoeM)ay tha aevan-
tenth(l?thr-dayof ftentamlier. j. : -
InthoCoMRty of H am sou ou Monday the twenty-scond
tmuiunyoi tniiuiinpor. '
In tin County of llelraont on Wadoeaday .tha twenty
fourth U4tlildarof HuDiemher.
in tne umituy oi ,-aonroa on Monday lha twaiity-nlnth
in tne u
outity of Noble on Wednesday Ine Bret flsi
dav of Oetnher. t r ' -1 . t ai: a L
Given under onr hands at the City of ZaiiSlUe, this
uiu US) oi wruiiter, a. . irwii,
Llfl'li; P. MAHHH.
. JOHN W. OKEY, Jitdgaa of said Court.
A true eonv bv dire e4 ion of said Judms.
Arramrt Cll: C. RUSer.l.U
Clerk of ihe Common Pleas of Muskuaguin bounty.
Zauaaville, November SI, A. IX Ml.- . . 4e3u4w
The New York Tribune.
OaT TUB levenlll ot 8f
YOltK. WKtKLV Till
ir. IdSI. THE NEW
IUil eoiiiinanred lhe!jl.l
year o( iu aiuMnul TIIK DAILY THIUl'NK beiiis
aoina montoa outer, ana 't'liK vrail.WfcKKJ.Y. Tlll
11UNK aomewhal vounaet. For auiratliantwe.ily yean
iHu. Journal ha. labored iu what Hi conductors havo (ell
le ha lite eauaa of Humanity, Juaiwe and Freedom, en
oeavorinff lo melioraia the eetuiitimi of lha onnreeeed aud
unionuitaw, w newer aue aacourase uaaiui aaaruon in
wttalevar apnare, ana e? MonnMo by all tnaatu) toe moral,
lulelleelual aial malarial advanearaeut of our eouulry.
II baa aimed to ba right rather lean popular; end lo ea
pouaa and onniaond lonlay the truth that other, may not
ba wlllliur lo aoeept UU lo-morrow. In purauina Ihia
eouraa. inwiaaea save aoubtiaas beea matlo aud luulta
eotniniuedl but. havltif in ail thing incited our readers
to ikiiik and judge lor laemHlvea rather thauadopi blindly
our own or othera eoualualona, wo believe we may fairly
claim (or Ihia journal lha credit of having qualified iu
readers lo detect aad elpoee even it. own errors. To do
veloi lha minds of the youiig by laa rooM general, Uior
oueh and practical Education, and lo ancouraire and
ough and practical Education, and to encourage and
limulate Froditcltve Industry, through rree granu ol
Puldie Latuds to aotual aalliaM aad euJtivaiora. aa ala
through the ttrotnctioii of fmmatnre or peeitllarly eiiwaed
branches Iroru toe sewers fbleieil . competillou, are
aetoue; tbe aitns lo which Ihia jourrtai haaadheredthrough
Sood and evil report, and which il steadfastly commends
American patriotism and philanthropy.
lo the Ctl War now devastating our country, wt
kelS H te neve oriaineua in a HelielHaa. mora
wicked, inexcusable Utall wasever before known a Re
-wineieu sn e-Hcueinee- mure walttoii,
bellion ll ae inUrest of the (cw against the many a Re
bellion designed to rajas higher lha walla o( caste and
liglileu the oltalns ol oppressjon. Hnving don all we
oould without a surrender of vital principle to avoid fhU
War, ettd witnessed the lorbear ance, meekness ami long.
auD.cr.iig wivn wiuon ine reuerai uoveniinenl aoti
lo avert its horrors, ws hold It eur clear duty, with
avery ether cituen, tn stand by Ihe nation end its fairly
chosea rulers, and If second with all our energies tliofr
elfort to uphold lit Union, III Cousrirtnion. and ihe su
premacy of Ihe Laws. And, (hough lha Rebellion haa
become, through asarptttlon, eeceiuiort, terrorism, aial
spoliation, fearlulrf -atreng, we balUtv th Amarican Re-
fiubiie fr stronger, end tbal the unanimous, earnest ef
ons,of leVelaeansefid ben4aalinaa tu evenhrow.
But ou all tiuestious aftuclljuj th objects, the scone, aild
duratipnof rhls-tnnst anreordlnary corrtewt, we defer to
Ihosa where the- American People have clothed with au
thority, koldmg enliyof purpose and ol acliou iudlipea
sahl in a grave ea emergency.
In a crisis like SipreeiH,eMreelerrNierMiacbmiirty
engrossed wits tha ouraal history of she War for lh
Union, and wiih lucidationa ol Us more atrtkiiuf ieoi
deala , Ws shall MS bo i ever. -re mil that aueiuinn
I.heratare.le Foreign Affairs, to AgrfaiRura PrSgnss,
le Crone, Markeu, S-e., Ac, which baa eireariy,.w trust,
won (or THB TiUHUNB an annorabla postttoa among
Me eotaaaperariea Our easin obieel Is atrf shall Im lo
avoeu a eoaipreanalv newspaper, Imm whleh a ear-
sy gleaa a Wvtd and faithful history of the
times, not in U domain of Aorion but in that of Opinion
elao. Aeeaa- (aeiliiieBforeouuiHnffiNfBrnaiioi.in0rese
wt,i veer, we uuet tbal aa Imorovemeut ta the enuui,,.1
of our journal la peraeouble. ail that, in the variety and
IWtness ef ialel licence adbrdad, w may still hop te
make eaoh day a anna en the laat. In thU ho,w, wa
solicit a eontinoaaee of the generous meafturs at palrulb
age hMaerteacoords ieeut jouraal.
: . TERMS. ',' .' ' '. - i
DAfl.Y TFttntrNR (ail Issues per aenamj'..,.e
BtMl-WkiKKI.Y 1 iesaaaperauaura).., ..as
"''?fl.l'e 1SSU.S per
TO UI.VBis-llaBOVVaaj.ai -ISm ssnlaa Im tot
v rsvau w ai
avekw eta a I tea eone to aaa acdsm for S0
and any larger aeaaW at lit lasles rate, l-'er a elub of
evaanly. aa aglra copy will eaveenk Wot a elub oi forty
we aetia Tag kUm.T eanrinai rraa oee year.
. Waeaas-1 'thra eegasi to t eight oopias kt $1 0.
end any ieraee auaakat a ike rate ol as aa aocs par
hi o ejueraisae soeeea isjetnHii-
To elub of Twaete, we aaml an-easra ,
i-wniy eoptaa to oaa
lbs .olub.. For eaak elub of
One Hemlred, Tea lUu.1
aw aaal seer. .
ivaeea ww be sent graus
. When drafw eaa be piaeejm It ta much .sfsr Utan ta
reaall Uenk Hills. The name of the IWMJUs aadSiasa
eaould tnaU easeahaalMoly wltuea.. .. .
Faymem elwaya la advan. ,
Address TUB TIUBl'Na, Rev IHIrHmn., it. T.
PtlOPRCXUI9 US' Til K
rr mimlwf will tsomtmnr
atiMtX 'ihia Mafaaina lu vnry latin and Mill in
nitiaf flretiiatiom iaa Ktatifflitp; avHtonaa of publH
uval, and no iikduMry wilt be npamd lo rentier Ihe
furihrnnimg vnlnma airfiiiat loHif mqUKfrnMiiwOl llmei
no pregnant with irrrat errti a- IIiom of lo-day. The
sir at rim Htilrtc. lh hM ttilrefl Of lha aaum, d-
anand of liirrniiire a OMiily and jrenerouw artion, anrt tha
anaUwtnh of thii ioarnal will rctiiU no eifttt1! in enlUUnv
ilib(Wlaviiil in country aupaon wnn Tiaw ana
akxiiwnra ilio optuioiia and principle which lifaoe Hie
ajTMit puhlie heart to uikI sarin on the aiile of Prerdoin
nn Piiif i. nn iw ishiuisi ahsv '.
way b found ilhiMnattMl in the pagn. Tha Atlantic
hlAmt will aavvM air oihar than lb he literature.
and It win be the eeoMaiit aim of it oomlortora ui render
Ha variety fframte ana) It aiiracuou ixiior aen tnonia
(Iran lha leet ,
Amoiia;th eoniributora already In hand for lnjL the
WIowhik will eouHitoiKi tbeinavlvr aulTicient ioduce
aieiiM for evry tmaily to prvul tha tonhcouiin nuiav
Ber lor nouBOiu rraniiii . - r , . .
Pw'fawane. Aaix will Main la me January Bumwrr
p...a nt nlrlpti on Nauiral Hi -Wry, and ntlier kiiuired
tofdaa, lo he 'rntiinurd from immth to rrah UirouttJiou'
the vstar. The name of eDHiu-uiltri a menof eciettoe
hi roiurMTtba vnili ihnamwanconatni, n a ufficieiit sriiar-
ilyif dMmal'baiietil to 0 uertveo irorn nie qtotunir
et "Cecil Urueai j " wjl Iff vymjnca In utf wamry
iW7iaM a. tVisaamr. well ticvii (or hh vnsrlr
aWe eiiwriiiKnA id 0)1nnrlV timm Vrlinn tM Vnt At:
artle eipermM-nni m olnnap
an acvouiil of lua inrtlitMl of
with arlvifir Vm msilrs of H
Wsintna tor fssis ot it rertinli,
Heakh.' i ' .. -I .''Id
1'k. ...,hn. nt " I jf in lh Iretl MiHl.n and u A 8torrn
ef TtHUar, 'InoU oeeuibuwawUM 9 f.lts aurv.iaa
Aritcei hv 'Vaoraena Jinas Bnssu. Lnwsu, en
lopira ol netioaal lnlre. will appnar ireqwreiiv.
...uit in .ha F.li-n.M, t,n..bjn.
Tlie Staff of Writer, in Pro ami Pottry. iHheeJnf
regularly i lh ATH-rric MtmiiiT aoinprteeB, amoiif
It onuiai nanveft, iam ioiiowiiib: . y
Jarne Rnaarll Isowell.. Oliw Wendell Holraaa,
Henry w. iwnitievioWf i jow j,
Ralph Walato imwn, KP. Whinpl, , ,
Nathaniel HnwUtoni, Heyerd Tevlor.
C .;. HrmwiII, - - C baric E. Norton,
T. W Hhnrinnoi p-rs 9. llilliard.
Harriet Mamnean, RvAv,tef Mltehell, -
" Hi Country Pron." namei n. rmco,
Amhor of " Life in lh IronR-. Robert T. 8 laowall.
AIill, JtTStoryai ro-uayj. r. irewinuie.
Tnaaa Dollam pii Asnum. or TwwTTT-Prra Crm
. tu.,u.wa tTrut.t th nieint ot the nrjcnpnon price.
the Pubiishon will mail the work to any part of lh Uni
ted State, prepaid. Sulwriptione may begin wiih either
Atlabtic ara ftereoiyped, and back numbers can be p-
pl,.k.n. n. i vnULttle .tnhasrlhartlr) m
trir own pottnze. Two Copie for Five Dollar; Ft 'a
uuies for Ten Dollars: Eleven uopte ror j wemy
lars. Pnsiaire W ents a year.
induci-Si;nts for suBsrRn,fNO.-Ui
Pramiuiu. e.t furnished on ppMce'" iff
. , . in.nivin sav riuni
'j-iea ' t.. 1.1 !.... 14H tV.kinHrn Ht tVvalsM
QfJIV a wwiinisvissi awf v. SV" (
--- Seventieth. -Year. :' !
The greet war tn which we em now engaged for the
integrity of our union end tlto ntdivisiliiuty ol our countr
will rcoder the euuiing year en of lit must memorab!
... .hiI.I the hialnrv of ualioua.
Tttm renders of iheOAZKTTB may rely unon receiving
each week the (iillrst possible summary ol Ihe current in
cidents and events marking Hi progress of till, glgnutic
struggle, as well s of all matters of imerssl from other
... n. il,a ut,,.l,li while Ilia neacaful DursuiU of life
shall receive eucn BMeiiuon as hi.h ,,.4...n.M,
manil. and the oligciiciesol the war admit of.
Undi-r the pressure of newa now canning, tne large size
of the (I AZI-nTK is nil important consideration lo those
who Inke only a weekly- peprr. as it en.i.ie. ie.n .o o..
mi.. tnuehinore cnniolt-tr ami salisfaclory view of Che
held. No paper Kalnr west pumisiiesagrcaieranMHin.
of reading mailer, and noti is turiii.hed hi a lower price,
in proportion lo the .-ilenl and variety of it. contcnu.
also hee the atlvantagrol laying Ilia leleraplile reporta
before Western sultacriliers several days in advance
Ihe time IheJ- ciin be bad tlimniih Ihe l-Uisleni press. Our
full Special lH.mtchee (mm Wasbinglon give us all the
iimwmaiil Infiirinntinnfrom Iherc us early as It reaches
v York. We also claim that il Is much better adapted
lo Ihe wants of Western readers than any paper can be
is published In another ; section oi ,nn country, .iri
rrspi-cBully lavns e cmnparisim oi iu. "-.i"
el any ol IIS cotemporarios. ,.
re.noiiilrnee from the various divisions and enenmpmeuu
of Ihe Western Military Departments, will form e feature
of particular r tercel and value to those having relatives
or friends iu lit urmy. . . , 1
arehi pains will Im taken to make the Commercial end
Agricultural drr-mmem. v.l...ble e..J laamsi
STnurn. As linpnnanl feulure In this conilacliom will
be e reliable report, in detail, oi our Live Mtock Merkeis,
prepared espreesly for Ihe OAZKITK, together with
l,,ll aumrriarv of nil the leading Caule Markets ol ilia coun
try, rale of freight en slock, fsc.
cfingle Coey. en y
Two to Five Conle
. I SO each
Vive he Tan IThiuas.
Tenio Tweniv Conies vrrmtmlaTwcTrrraeepyi w -
f wemy Tuples anniipvVard" (and mi te the gol. ' -'
, ter up w trie t:iun. " w
And an s.ldiilonsl tglra 'Cepy tot every aeUieeael
TieettM Anlitf nhera. i
ITTNo Kiire Copy for Iras Ihsn Twemy Hubserihers.
fn the ewtu-r il, nfeach Club Of Sevelllv or more,
copy o( Hie DAILY will be lent (it preferred) instead
tbe cxir. .vV;KKl.lWI.; -
A.ldilious eau oe man to uraoa. ei an umr. .laring vae
jear, al proporjjoua Vales, lh llm lo expire with
All papers' belbirglrriftoa Clnhjitlilet goteoiie Office
copins or Jered to be split lo other Offices become subject
lo single ftobwripllonorClnb rales. according totlaj num
ber, and without rclCrenee to tltelr having
Club al auotber Ofii
fiubscrlp lions. irfaff cV, peyahle In advance. and
paper coutuiued alwjrtlieeTPlretton m tne mm pan. .or.
w shall be happy, el any nine, ro seno aa many epoc
Imen copies as may be desired, upon application.
T1, naner will he sent in Ctenrvman mat. -'
' All letters conuinlng remiilancas ill reg i ate rd) will
at our risk. Drafts prefamd, when eenveidwilly eb-
Addreae, . .., . GAZETTE CO-
del . ' ' Cfnetnaaa, Ohio.
TTTHICH Umueh nuporiorUi lh old lunHfrht
f f it upvnor to indioUKi.t. ana win dj toia lor nui
the cul of anjr maohine oapalil of doing at laxga
ran of work in a ffoad a mamwr.
Thiu mot It i ne Make Hie lock atitch alika on aithar tide,
and will uot rip or ravaL .. ( ,
Notice to Bogus AffOBts.
(tlv"ln conauk ration of tho turn ot Bevantf DoIIara,
lh rirhl o( onaiii Kirriiory la granted, and certificate
svianed bv A. li. Howe. Infringement on Utl riaht will
lie dealt with according to . the Jaw lor tho protection
patent. jji - -
al'l'lie PtililK- ara eaaiioned against buying from any but
To emhorisetl Axeut.
For partfculara, addraar rf
' OHN P. HARVEY.
408 J ' ' VittantowM, Belmont Oounty, Ohio.
J '' No. H8l- MAIN STai'Sna,.
tia'ei'ig Sfi&JrnoV OO'iHT
- AT PAKIC PRICES,' -' I
TJHOrOSES lo All them wtta
rrVl UrtlKl l' , ..i
alprkealoastunish the Ol 111 ion
Com in, Jaditaj and ferule
men, while Ike ,,
. . ASaVORTHBNT la COMPLCTE,
and avail ycAjrtelves of the' "' "' - "'
ORE AT EST QARQAI33
nEtsr OtTered la rTntsllB.i !
ofseesf style. asaeaaUraada ta order, . ; ' .
A vacretv of I: -m.
'.-;; ', lO?iTET AUD MH ; -
III riiaeouBl. Aieu a lrge aad besaiiftilsss' '
eaaat oiOill rraaaeerseeB res',.
Wool Carding anC Splrmlngr.
f Bia TOijwrouag MMISa aa ehe
i general thai have- removea rrom aiiMey a rybue
M SB AR nnv IS.S.B. rjsviurts, wnareieejeet
le CA.Ua, PU dkNII MAJHti'Atn'UKa an me
a ' . : 'I " ' I v : ' j i eeeat
1T4, Main Street, Wheeling, Fie. v
FALL AND WINTER TRADE, 1861.
, . . I !; i, i
ii -I " . t . , , '
STOSTB) Ann TSIOSI as, lake plnanra In unounof u isai inrjr nar), iuM rareivee, fit larevn siet a M Puaf
b(I Mania lrv Ooodt. and Vsrirtma ilmv have nvrr oll'iinid lo Um inililie. Thalrwe-! amlaeaa evyrv ,aiawl
atfManlaaoaltkcplbylMlradaandluaiitqaaiimv, te kjh
their atock may I
tut.ul msA iirl.nf vnntla (Imt ara kenl
Full Morku of INIIKIO 111.(1 K and (dll.Y (IOODH, uitalila
lockeftlHY (IOOIW is verjr larae iliraln every variety
ma priae, aatt knw, Mamillat M t 'ldak.: akw, lta;ieriBl,
firea la ail aiyiaa ei mci on,, y"
faikseraamani(l neek.tfmea.fww) 10 Im larsjy
ian aio.tuw. UnrjtctTara, ol all eolom coimiamiy x-pt.
Y UUDIW-Ulioiea vnoaiot taunaiyiaa.
oratSiSIV kenvafxl lor Wla ilra tmia. 11 .- i i
liialiiiuT aiteatiei. te our atock, wa would aay thai ll will
ocoupy tour rarjre .tore room.. Oat IkrUillea loir Irade are
manralook, and baqriruf tot V AfcH ainiaal Smilaly loimany yea ri. have bees able to huy moeh of eur UM. tut.
thaaee, of - parti.ii who were ooliaed lo lell" at leas than thay ua be nolle er.imaorwd. W ktviie stamuaiieaaif
a 1 i j- 1 1 i :.j . i : .
-MM ' ' wl
ESTABLISHED IN 1843,
SkavW are now prepared to supply the publie demand with an eateB"'
BWe and varied supply of ,
Fruit & Ornamental Trees, Plants,
Cl-il'll '' ' 'I -"a-re i Mt.-i.i-., ... -r
; 1 puruuuery
i We have tbe largest and seat conducted Nur..ry In Bermont eountr '-' The Trees' d'ra
in1 1 healthy and thrift condition, and )) our long exprieneeUavUi.kisiaeear. wiih ' ill
assistsnoe of-dor experimental Ofohardewe are enabled fe aeraaie IheTa 'to- -e, ha
wiepft!sein rhetn tbbe,!'";: " -'. , ;( i r,;(, rft- ; tii ,-(
' ',fa&WKi'W'nt rWTT'ftb!H.slt ia (nis lias, will dwall4civiaisa
eall KeCore purchasihg else WTierf,. , -: .;!, ;.,,,-,. ,,.....
I Wrfor Iwrther partlculsrs, aee Deecrptiv falaleMar t, .
.A-Alltoiviera will raeaive Dromot attention.. ' '
OTha Naraarjr i ailuated 4 saiies Nosth
i n.' ;
OF GOODS FOR CASH I
ouaiomrrs, auuer wtiui.saAt,a) yw, flSTl AIU. a
liV no other hon.r in lha ritv.
for MILITARY COMPANIRS, eenarUtl karH. Ovar
ill Wl. Wholan, amlCotum fneila. a
lur tnaluiif Lhta uiiw In (reaVVeriekjr
and el avary akr m
lK lifcj ..ia.M.S
i -M'tno Sill laid ncjs
buuj raer thaa cyMSyWi M
ajauraeiag jiot, naasa. rmtaimrwmltu 'la. a-
ba found lo ba much TnTlaTrf?inn W.tum Va. Wa
naeiirtd -lofio hauM In lha Waal boaMaa kavbif IrrSaiaai
ii i v.ii ii .i i
i'-a 't i.ij 1 1
ST. CLAIRSYILLE, Btlment &.,'oki:.
., , ' ': -iiJr-l .Vi;-
. . . tO , ....,:.;.;,.....
v " '", ,
ana v mes. ' h
- vTe'st' it ft.'fcislrsvljis'i &h f:"
II. A Sj. MORRISOrT, '
' Stt pLiiasviLiaOa-ta.
Hsvejuil received an unusaally large stacker
Spring and Summer Clothing,
le which ibey weald eall the attention ol tbeir friends
Their atock embracer all the latest etyleeef Cloth,
Oassitnere, Cashmsret. Tweed, Lasting, Alpaca,
Bread and duck- Lineu Coat.
-Ilk, Hall. Lasting, Mareales and Llnea Vests.
Tent el all Styles and qualitie.
Alio, large and ganaral assortment of
ftKNTM rURN18HING GOODS,
together with ell the latest stylos ef Drs.s.Silh, Far,
Panama,and Straw Hat, all of which will eold al
extremaly low price for CesA.
Our stock of Cloth, Cesatmere Vestlngs, Trim
ailnea Ate., la larae and well aalaotad to whluli we
woeld particularly Invite the attention of those wish !
ng to At themselves out with aJVsw emit, asjtfTerT
pare ao pain to rendar enilrajjsa-Ca
' WHOlEaaXB aaul BBTAII,,
CI 1 -e"'-v:-.'l
hj v j am. v vv iu a ws ,
el 1 11 a'giuiii--s-il
fVuM oWralem , KeserTfti
wrdgai ftaTTlwwbiViv andeiny
euperior to anything
oi the kind ever offered lit
Ws would eall especial attention to out new
lyle ot Milk-pen. whieJvis giving tat belter eat.
I taction to those who have tried them 'than tne
old style. Country Merchants are invited to eall
and examine. ' ' ' ' ' .
Ws also keep a full asaortraent of '
, 0,neenawar, TeUowware,'
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
which we will sell st the lowest living prices for
cssh or produce.
SHARP & BROTHFR,
sst flriogeporl, Ohio.
GREAT OTJRB1 1
DR. LELAND'l '
la tb obit known remedjr ror
Rbeamatlam, 0ait and Ncu
ralfla, and a aurc car
ror all Mercurial Dla- .
JT IS a conveniently arranged Band, eontein
iny a medicated compound, lo be worn arcuod
Ihe waist, withouc injure to the moat delicate per
eon. No change in habits oi living ie required,
and tt entirely removee ihe disease from the sys
tem without producing the injorioue efleota ari
sing tromlke use oi powerlul Internal anediolnee
which weaken and deairoy the eonstitiitlon. and
give temporary relief only. By Ibis treatment
tbe medicinal properties contained in the Bend
ooine in contact -with thS blood and reach the
disease, through the poree ol tha skin, effecting
in everyJnseiBoe a perfser cure, and restore ihe
paMeittTieted to a healthy eondiiioa., Tnlepind
aa alee moet powerful Aati-lttef ourlal . agent,
and willeeTtainle relieve) the evowa Irorn lueoei
niclnue efteet of Merour: Medorote oeee ere
cured ip I )ew days, hnd we are-constantly re
ceiving reetimoniatt of in efficacy ia arfgrsvaied
caeeatii loaf standing. ... ; r .. , , . .1 e
. Pares, a t do be bed of Oiuggieu geaeially, or
eon be tent by moil ot exproea, with tail dfree
trbne ror ue, Ss any port of the eeontry, direct
from the principal office, No. 4V9 Broadway, New
York. U, BMITH II CO., sole proprietors
Oeeoriptipirci,lars sent free. ,Ageatewanted
sve,rywbsrsv ' : ; '"- "r '-.-i -r rrr. A ,
nrAgentta St, CUirtnlU, hut H. Farraa-son-1,
, . ariw
4 Bmevotent Institution, eitabluhedb tper-
. ial Endowment, for tlie rWi'g of the Sick
tmd Dittrtued. afflicted with Vint-
i lent and Epidemie Diteaietetnd
tiprriauy for 'the cure of ' ' '
r -''.' Ditmtftof Ou SeMuxl ,
. . frri.. ..
MEDICAL advice gives gratis by the Aeiing
Sutgeon. to all who apply by letter, wilba
description at ttreireondiuon, age, occupation,
habit of life, etc and is cases ol extreme pw
erty, Medioires lurmshed freaejtf eharge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea and other
Die sea oit Semi Orssee, ead pa the sew
remedieeemployed ia the Dlepeasary, seni to lbs
afHieed ia aealed leueree elopes, free of charge;
Two or three mempe tor p. Ug will be aeeepm
able. Addreee Dv.J. Ban HoueaToa. Acting
Burgeon. Howerd Aseoeialio), No. 1 South NiatS
Btreel.Phl ad.ljtl.1. , Peonaylvania, '
B) order o,ftlie Diractore, . , ", ' i
, i-"7BMV-JEATwWrres1deiit, t:
iM.I. .. . NT
New Boot and Shoe Store.
WOUI.D reapcl(nlly inform hi old eei
. . Ihe public generally that ha ha iust a,
V V the public generally that hi
Pliiladelplila with a well .elected
lust astanud fjeea
Boots and Shoes,
ry dfccKption, boniflii tt low
jurcn for eah. aud -waa aeJeated
by himitcii, ami can ba fciied ou.
IVrsons wisliing to buy will do
well to call end eaamiue his stock,
as il is sold at
Lower Flaruraa for Cast '
then work of tb urn kind has aver beea eebl as tit
market. I still continue to
my superiot work, of all kinds, on short node. r
ion none, more opposite l emm' urug ate
t i wl a. urn.
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THE attention oflnvaUde, rhyeidaoe, Cler
gymen, acientliio men, and the puhlie ga-
erally.is respectfully eoliotted to the merits of
this chemical preparation, Containing Iron, Bnl
phur and Fhoepborue, and which la Identical ia
ua composition with the Homatic Globule, or red
blood. In alldiaeaeee accompanied wiih Debility,
pele countenance arid nervous derangement, aa
anelysis of the blood shows a deficiency of tbe
red globule. Ruddy complezioa and a rosy tint
ot the ekin ie alwaye indicative of health, while
a pale, waa-like ekin and oountenaace which
evinces a deficiency of the red giobalee laccoas
nan lee a dieeaeed organiem. Pieparaliene , of
lion have been given lor the purpose of sepply
ing ihe red globules, bul we contend that Iron
alone, Sulphur alone, or Phosphorus alooe, will'
not meet the deficiency in every caoo, bnl that a'
judicious combination of ait these elements is re-'
quired lo restore the blood u lu normal eland-'
ard. This point, never before attained, haa beea'
reached in the Bums Food, and its diacov ry
ranks as one of the tntert scientific and important
of the ege. tie effects in Consumption are te eofW
en the cough, brace the nerves, strengthen the)
system, allay Ihe prostrating night sweats, in
crease Ihe physical and mental energy, enriek
Ihe blood by restoring the lacking red giobalee.
incresse the eppetite, reeiore the edlor and. sloths
the skeleton frsme with Beth.' The Bi.oot Foob
will be found a specific ia ell Cbronlo Oleeeees of
the Throator I.unee.suchae Aeithraa. Bronehltle,;
Cough. Ato. Public 8peeLert end iSiogera. will
find it or greet utlliiv ia olearina, aesd MrengtaV
ening the vocal drgans. Ia tAepepata, Liver
Compleinla. Drppty, Epilepsy, Paralyets. 'Peredv
ula, Gravel, Si : Vkus" Dance, 'fever aad -Avee ,
dec, its efficacy ie marked ewoV lYMasNaaeeu
In no clsss ot diseasee, howeVari are- lbs ben ft-'
cialcrTecto ol thia retnedt, to oonepieuoae aa le '
barraaelnc Female COmAaisrM-to whrch-lhe rrt
tier sex ara litM, and which tenefteWsr'ds Con
eumption, euck) ar rjurjpiaeewt - DlrSeull Men- '
etruation, GrenSicknee, Whitee, 4U eepeciellr
when theee complaints are accompanied wita
paleness, a dingy hee or'pallor ol lira akla, de-j
preuioo of pirtta, debility, oalpitertien, want or.
appetite, and nervnua proauatiwK We have the
uimoet eonfidenoeln HsMutnineoding the Bsvsoa''
Food to all who may be eonscioae or s lose of v.'.
telitv or energy, ana to thoee wboee aaealal a'
bodilv oowera are rreeueled throesit ever a. -'
either ol the mind or body, and we deeea h eat'
duty to eay that in all cases of Weakness east
ID ' - I. 11 J: r . , m. . .
nu r.niBciaiion, auu sat ail aiaeaeaaj oi IM BVMB
neye or Bigdder. this preparation has a elraa ap
on the attention of sufferer which eaknot be over .
eetimaied. A laitrilul trial Will be found tbe
most convincing proof m regard to ire eaaeeef
lhai could be asked for.. With the above remarks''
and with th mynertm testimonials we have ta ,
tie favor, we offer the Blood Food te the eonaide- '
ettoonl ihesfflieled, knowing that it will beaa
knowledgedaa preemireantoser all other pfeaarer
tions, patent or ontoinal, la point of aeeiulaees ,
Clrculare. giving; Ihe Theory .upon which this ,
reriiedy ie founded, alto eertifiesiep of resserk
sble curee, will be sent free erbea deeired. ' Wi'
forward the Blood Fond le awy part of tbe 17.. aj
ar Canadsaaaea roeeis at. emeae4l bm awlilu . .
o lor eta bottles. . Be earefalln all eaeeetoteke'
none b"4 that having our fac-aimilesignstereap. '
on the wrsrjoer. Nunc other t eeniiia
pared oqly by CtfURCH ir. DUPONT.Ue- ee , 1
Broadway, New York, sad sold by eaesa eaad ea
reerieelabie DruSgteta. ...'n.. !,: ,
vr Asssat ia aa. iratrcvvke, ftasa
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