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w and the ancient Tonst
a us einbusouicil into a mass
i ick the eity thrmili its wliole
'(. ? t nilr Tin J inchuleil the entire
i .1 le village nf Vi(l;'.'.ia on the
hore making the path of the
i pi ire than two miles in width.
V i rhrz I.andiii!.' on the river the
ilsti Ilinirf. stores, uteanihoats, ilut
.hnost entire from lic Vidalia
i. Mississippi Cotton Presx. A
unients ol iIwernnjM un re-
lipy e:m scarcely be'called sliel
pper city, or Natchez on tin
ly a hoiisvi escaped dainai! or
; The l'reshj terian and Metho
iies have their towers thrown
roofs broken and walls shatter
Episcopal church is much in
:f fotf. l'arker's great South
in rc is level with the dust.
ingc has been done to 1 lie City
the Mansion House, both being
& the upper stories broken in.
1 .m ) of Mi'ieriir Izod has not a'tim
... '; njr, and hundreds of otlu'r Jwell-
i. , :arly in the same situation. The
i i iisc at Vidalia, parish of, Coii-
v utterly torn down, their roofs
a d walls shattered; also the houses
V'W'liorter and of Messrs. Punlap
;y, Esijrs. The parish jail is
iv thi! worse remains to be told.
Jutltfe K( etm of Concordia, was
killed while at dinner at the
; Mr. Stacy. He was a- noble
jenif"' man. io otlier person
fa, 'iTNalthoii'ih some others
rt. '.tm iJatchez lmuliiir, out
. r sixty Hat boats, only six arc
iib at. . Those best acquainted sup.
tl-ut as many as one .hundred flat
'r, "." re drowned in the river,
I instantly to the height of
t it. i'.'.-t. The steamboats Hinds,
.!"(:, i d "St. Lawrence were destroy
ni" si i l -it the landing, and the i
,'i i wir 1 Jat on the river more or
. - j, ; .,.i B beinsr lost in the two first
il l l:'t
1 r ii i :!: "tiins of the Sii'amboat 11a-
- aiuler the landlord, his lady,
, -r, were iur out alive, as al-
.he historian and freographer
Natchitoches La. Iiusi!e.s
and many others. Mrs. Al-
nsidered dangerously injur
her children were killed in
s many as nine dead bodios
iff. from the JStc'iilJoaf Hotel J
iher of buriah-i wTTTlii liave
. .to-dav is about fiftv. and
ill in a dangerous and dying
'.(.! as possible we shall publish a
' t:( names of the killed, wounded,
liui-f ltiissing vhose bodies have not
ile we beg the indulgence of
.ui -kiii;. ! lends una pairons ior a lew
on vs. m ".uc i lime we snau oe awe to
i 'ir oiKec in some order. The Free
'i'r i'.'i r OHiee buildings has been crushed
in, ;;,ii! i;iucli shattered. We are all in
ci'Ui;si.t, and surrounded by the desti
'i.ti , !ie 1' )n.si:less, the wounded and the
!yi ",', Our beautiful city is shattered as
t:..i !'5en stormed by all the cannon
(..'' Ahsht itz.
jv Ij'ix ineeliiio; has been held by the
i eiiiz'iits i:i the court-house to-d;iv, at
v, i: ; 1 Col. James C. Wilkins presided,
1 1.. Lhuborne, Lsq. was Secretary.
Avero delivered by J. M. Hewitt
,(- Dulliehl, J'sirs.. "' reolu
eil ty Hie latter irentlenian and
.lointing relief eonunittecs, At',
' ty Hotel, through the kituliu
pr iprietor, Noah Harlow, Esq. hats
', cu ile: j vn open to the wounded, Doe
fir -!! u J, with his usun.l proinptimde,
t.-A t the Tvernont House for an ad-'u'-
'Vii ! ospital, Stephen Duncan, Kpq.
or; inerouslv offered to be resHion-.'I'-
v i he rent,
'flic eitrliborinjr planters isre jener-
' '.ulniir in larirc y-anirs of slaves to
v' .! L'leariiio; the streets and dijrginir
the i'c from the ruins.
M. IMlher and S. J. Hovd, Esiirs.,
jhvivi! in -iv at the trouble to ' over the
hU i tent of the citvjaiul make a prue-
-ii i Careful estimate of the d.'inagcs,
..i i.i. .e eiuiorse, as tar as our ooser
i 'u:ri fiends, and present to our readers.
I. . . I i t
;' ;id roods under the hill, 150,000
jf our -itjam boats, r0,()00
' 1 lYi'A- 'i vt-boats at tbn bindin.r. 1 00.01)0
,, H'tiliu s !,flow Alain and
V. i ii of Canal ftreet, 25,000
l"w Main, west of Canal, south
oM ranklin to Main, 25,000
l"U i'road Depot, lluihliny:, Ac,
''iht l.diisesand adjoininif buil-
o.i,-foti the soutii, 8,000
u-.l-'o Covington's buildimrs -uid '
, M. ' rail-road Si west of Canal si (iS.ooo
; -or.;i -fHijrh st. iteast of Canal si 30,000
, '.!. akin, south of Main, 15,000
i ' JSipiare, , .15,000
1 Kankin. to lnnits muiUi, '-Muni
I'Orl.and wrstof Kankin. 20,oou
's house', and bipire,
C- Hotel, and square,
: ' "otel, Mansion House,
' itiare.s north of Franklin,
' vtofl'eail street,
of Franklin, noilh of Oileaas,
- - l'earl. east of Wall -Is, 6s;(R0
:.irr(l. tui HU t bt tlu
- w .Lzrr .
liian-ITwo squaren from High to lVanklini
between Tearl ai-.d Comiiu ice sus,5,i'0
Union to Kankin, soiith of High, '
and north of Orleans sts., ir)S,000
lOThe l'rairie was not lost but suf
fri.i damage as we stated yesterday and
was towed down by the Meteor. Cap
tain Ereleigh is safe, l'ive persons on
board, lost their lives two white's and
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR REPRESENTATIVE!
Abraham 1C. Doilo.
'f We me mtinlcd Iti annnuucK (il'OKOE
A. iMHTllV.'Ain'lI us ti cut, (.'(' ''C
oj'cmtiif i eoiHinistwiicr.
WHIG NOMINATION FOR REPRESENTATIVE!
iH'wis W. Link, -
TUEiirini.r i. vickkv. nmtN.n lkl.vnl.
Dickey V I. lanl,
AH'uwgx V Giuiwlltir al dm; Oilmen, A'A.
Out! of the firm will ulwiiys W prosiMit ut tin
dilltrcnt ccurt in Juile Ponl's firaiit.
Ottawa, May 21), 1S10. 1 ll".
Uvo. II. IVorris
Athmt i tind (miiilliir tit Imid, Misftr , in
' Chnnciri and X,tri l'lild'c.
T.iy 33, IS 10. 1tf. -
J. J. IJoH,
, Aliiriiri and Councillor ut Ltiu
Oflieo over I). -cvton'n ftmv, Ottawa, Illinois.
Jbiv 2:W; 1H10. 1tf.
f. i:. Farvwcll,
' Atorni i and Cutiimlir al Lnw.
Ollii.'i' over llii" nrw storf of (Jushiimn, Thoiiqi-
son tS; t'o., Ottawa, Illinois.
May 23il, 1S10. . 1 if.
Hilton II. Swlfl,
Allimu i and Ci.iinntUitr at Lair.
OI!ii:u un ba Sitlle Street, few doorn North of
the Market, Ottawa, Illinois.
May '23.1, IS 10. ' 1tf.
John V. .1. I loos
Attorney and CmnneHor at Law und SilUelor in
Infux next ilo.ir north of the I'ust OHiee, Otta
wa, La &t!le county, Illinois.
May 23d, 1810. ' ' -X:
A. O. Crosiar,
'Forii-iftiUns; tm) Cmn:
'"sion Mn-chtiiit, v
I'i H.'A, ha Snile county, ilrht$.
May 23d, 1810.
HIE biiihlinjr formerly oc-
.cnjiied by Messrs, L. W.
Jge2!gia;tn(l iidi, niMirly opposite
to the I'ost Oihce. EnnrX' ol the sub-
Mnv 23d, 1810.
Hay's Miiiisicut. j
XT0 l'lCTIOX. This extraordiuafy rli.ini
x eal composition, the result of science and the
invention of a celebrated medical man, the intro
duction (if which to the public w;is invested with
the solemnity of a death bed
gained a reputation unparalli
the correctness of the lament ' .
confession, that "he dared no
to prnsterity the benefit ol'h
subject," and he therefore
lVlv'nd .uid attendant tfolouun
it is now ticd in prin
the private practice in our ro i
certainlv, lor the cure of the j iu s,
extensively and cll'i elually s lo balllu credulity,
-, wlu-xc lis fli- cts are n ilnessed. Externul-
ly i:ic tollowing compiaimst
For Dropsy, Creutin cxtiii'ird'uia. r -t
tion at once.
All swellings. lleducing them in u few hours.
Ivhcu.uatini. Acute or Chronic, givkii; ipiiek
Sore Tto oat. By min ers, ulcers or colds.
(.'roup mul Whooping Couirh, Kxternallv
and over the chest.
All bruises, surah's and bunts, curing in u lw
Son s and Fleers. Whether fresh or loin; lau
ding, and fever tori's, 1
Its operations upon adults and children, in re
ducing rheumntir swellings, and looseniig coughs
and tightness of this chert by relaxation of the
parts, lias been surprising lieyuml doM-riiliirn.
The common reuia.k t l thcMi who hjive us'd it in
the I'jles, is ll ' t '. like u charm."' '
For sale bv Ii. Dewey, AHhccary's Hall, and
S. Sawyer, 1). arlioru street Chieago.
LOOKOUT FOB IMPOSITION.
A base attempt has been made to inii'.nte Hay's
l.ineinent, and infringe upon the copy and other
rights of the proprietor. Never buy Hay's l.in
einent unless ilium a splendid engiaved wrapper,
and the written, mind written tii-e ituro of i it
s t ot K Sl Cm.
All others nit;l!,- im.iritioiis. Any ierson v.-n-dimr
anv oiher article, by the name of Hay's F.ine
uient, either at wholesale or retail, wilt be prose
cuted for violation of our copy right. The oath
.if Mr. Havs mav be found copied on our inside
wrapM-r, tevvearing that no other ' per.Mitl knows
anv ol'the component or iv.senlia.1 parts ot this l.iu-
einer.t and that ho will not reveal lite wctcl lot
I. S. DUrH Court of Ile Kt.it e ofX w IV.
b'lice ofthe Clerk f.:r the Southern
District of New York " " S
Thist in tn certify th.it the Cojiv BriL'hts. for the
ivrapiMTK, and for the. din-options, and ilircetiuii
to use, Huv s l.ineinent. v ere t-ci u
1 in t.usuinci
' ' . by c -t-k ( " v-
. ..I li... .I......l 1.... ........ ...v..r. bilu-.1 tlllll
..... .... (i ... .... inu I J.1.V. r- ......
date or bt lore. '
FIU'.D. .1. liliTTS, Ci'k of C. S. Ct.uit.
Sole proji-.iet.;. 'V- w '
rf) All jm rsous orderiu : l!iN article fr 'it tjic
F.ii.M will tilcase alwi.ys say, Cmlock IltJf'i L'
tment. I'urs.dc at tht. dnirf store ol
M. U. HOLLISTLU. ,
ClUwa. MavSUt! HU. ' !--M
I r i-.inLIiil to Orleniiv. ..in l. 1 . k
1 . 1 i i : ' V - ..-iorrnitUTO,lUialhew
, ami v olumes s.s.. ' IHMHH.--S,, 7linlu.,r. Th.-ir i..,.
om mercc to l nion. houtli ol High, .YUs-aiuinctuli-d throuch tin-
and iiurth of Orleans "tiLs . . 1 h"ihTwV liutfn tlic fall of thft Iwir,
i Olcfridy' Itatu of olniiibia.
'Tim JIUMANHAW. Where iho luir i
v-..'iervc(t to i . Tuwiii-s ihiu. nothing can be
oils, gn'l!, ur
lieatiou can only !c
ta&t lynoriiiici', n
;iy UHTvusin the
rchixatkm of the skin. When tlu iv is a hnrxli.
ilry, r tarrfnclcj skiu, anil wlwe tlie xinall l.l.md
tM4Li.f'h'h currr nourLslniieut to the luiili are
olbilrueteil," then the oils Ac., may Ik- c.khI, s
they tt'inl U relx the skin; hut ul.me, ihey are
ut' no uvail. There must lie u utiinnlns, to rouse
the esscl from their turner, mul ijuieki-n the cur
nnt of the HiKxl. llxlnut J'nim Vlnhuglit
Treaties on the hair.
Tlw It dm of Columbia in the only preparation
that cuu have that ell'eet, U iiiR entirely free lioiu
any oily milwtaiiiT Ii Jiositive tjualities are us
lt For infants, kiViini the heuil free from
scurf, unl causiii; u luvuri nt growth of hair.
1 Tor l.ulies after e!iiM-li"lh, restorinir the
km to its natural str-'iiytli and firmness, and
preventiiiij the fallin;; out U the hair.
3t For any person rreovering from any debil
ity the same ell'eet is produced.
ltli If used in iuf.uicy till a :jood growth is
started, it may he preserved by attention to the
latest jieriod of life.
Oih It frees the head from dandruir, strength
ens the roots, imparts health mid ij;our to the
eiriHiluli.m, and prevents the hair from diangiii;,'
eolour or iettim; (jniy. ' '
Cth It ciiusih the hair to curl hcmiiifully when
dun'' up in i! over jii;lit.
"7 ' h'3 Imlies toilet loliIJ er rn.ole wtlli
out it. '
ill Children who have !v any means contrac
ted eriniii in the hcul, tire intinediatelv and r
I'. ellv cured ol'lliem liy its use. It is tnllillilili'.
V (.'ASH IX ri)INT.l had unfortunately lost
nearly till the hair from the top of my head,
when 1 commenced the use of the IJahn of Ooliun
hia, and h ive, by the use of two bottles, had my
head covered with a fine growth of hair. There
can be no mistake in the matter, as aiiv of my
friends can see by c illim; on me. I had also be
come iiiite Rriry, but bad the itray hairs plucked
out, and i' has grown in, as the llaliii says, of the
natural c ilour. If any body doubts these facts,
let tin-til rail upon n.e and see. 1 bought the Halm
of Coins' oek & Co., 2 Fletcher street,
No. 19 CocutiesMip, Agent of Detroit Line,
Xcv- k, Xov. !. '
fTl i'HI' LATH OU of IMiiladelphia has
crrlilied under seal of the city to the character of
several divines, physicians, and (letillenieu of hinh
s'liinhni? who ileei.dro positively under their own
liamh (all of which may be seen at the Ollice)
thai (lie Helm of Columbia is not onely n certain
pre .ervutive, "but ji.-.ilivcly a resloiative of the
lui nan hair; also, a cure for DamlrulV. Who
s! all dispute, or who go bald !
J '() T1IK IXCHKDl.l.OUS. Xew Vork,Sep-
teiu! r2Si. I have been iutiielv bald during
13 years, and I have now, by the i...u oftlie genu
ine lJalm ofOoluni'iiia, luy b.en.l covered with fine
hair. 1 shall be hapfiy to couviiiee the most iucpv
dulous, who will take the trouble to call at lay
house. 1 have bou.;ht the article of Comstoek &
Co., S Fletrher street. '
. i , J. I'.siCil.MlDMXtJ,
-17, At'oo.ey st.
-i ouva Rentleinan of 388 South Mij tstpi' t,
Allianv, had vvrtrse, still, mul
rse, still", mul slri trlit ha ",
nil of which he lust, Tiy i,M tidliinr out
1 le !i-u
neJ2lHiltlesofBahuofCohiiiiPr'i1oliil -f s.v-t;
&. Co., and iiiJ-.v- has u full JlowiS 'd j, -t '. I
lo)it, Ii . hair, which curls nutrt bim.tif'nu
liiiher, who is one of the most resjieetabl tittl.i m'
- . - . . , r... - .- vf. - J ,
i ..fr, I. evis Millard, ot IJUttcnmts, i )t -m wun-
l, liu lout his hair, and lia.l it Inlty reSloreu
lotlle.i ofthnllalin. In fact iht cures tin .mil!
ions tluit it ismiiteout .of Uie ipierioil to rel.(
uc in ,4 hundred of (hose who have experienced
ic like clVcts. : . ..
BHWAIIK!! Snnc coiinterf.ilcrs have al
miitcd to imitate this article. Let il never be
Ureb.is.doi used unless il huu'thc mine n
Li 'am itatlc on ii hlilendid wrapper.. This is the
fuh external test that will secmcihe public from
'i , .
For sale by M. )' IDH.MsTKK.
OUawa, May 2;kl, lhlO. . 1 -
fM -.'i't.,' f( f, r i)r. patronage that, lie lias
lore receive-, would inform his frit lids
ublie geuoally that he continues the
Ins profe'"'oil in il. various branches.
. Keten'veevperinnee, in the treat itietit
'ii iseascfl vuliar lo this country, and ha--:
Vi.ed e-'M'ly the clicets of remediesoii Iho
:i . htein under iho iiilluciiee of a bilious
:: re, tit flatter himself that l ts aMo W
t - viii'OUs discuses of the Illinois Valley on
' i stoics nf MCif'iie nl.il. ttf.inliv vvliich.
;- "; . i ' '
III HUUOdi-very ca-C, !ual msnre snc
ill vtJlll.t ui o lam thai be is prepared to treat
chronic dHr-ascs. ouch as Hie nrioiM forms .of
Xnrf'-davut'i, mul Enh''d. Snhn, on a
a. ll llus iiovt'll siietesMiti in un tun-
fOIJH at the Dnrj; Store of M. I'.
City Hotel, Olliiwa.
rf54 'I'lIK SiibM-ribcr givts notice to
f i VJlh Ihe I'nblic that he has taken the
V'J Ci i,r-'' ,WY "! "pb'iidid Cn v llo-t3&&i''-
"' Ottawa, where he would be
happv lo meet his old blends and Ihe travt hug
iitbhc generally, iKniriug them that no elliirts on
it:i p ut shall be spared to make his entertainment
sijuior to any oilier in Die v c.-utii couniry.
Having been ,t l iltdlord for many years, he (hitlers
hii'in lf (but ho .an suit if iH'opIc w ill t rdy call.
'if J' I eople with teaiim wil! lui 1 hlsSl.ible par
tieularlv tlesirabl ,
II. DOI'Ci I.ASS,
May 2:1.1, Hit). t If.
rM II, Ottawa I.odgr U. D., at Ottawa, I.nS.iHe
Coiuitv, III. will c li brute the approaching
niinivers.irv of St. Johu'ithc Baptist, the 1th ol
June. All xit.ilois, as also members of regular
standing in any Lodge .if Ancient York Masons,
an-respt clfully inviti'iHo mend,
"l'IIO';s J'.l s-l'.LL,
Coiiiiiiific of Imitation.'.
Ottawa, Mr.-U 20, A. I.. Islo. I le.
I.Ij jwrsotpi having clai.ns.gaint the Ktnlc
- - u I'lifuy IL'ua. fl. c'd, iiiekrehv iioiili-d and '
re'pi'S'ed to'.af.end I lore the FroN" '' m
ulil fir J.a Salle county, at il' rui',' ?,!iaa,
on t'.m of A'iy "v, for the pnfw
of h.v. v,' the U ; fcat !)? Ittf o iy
fit.if u,-t- ' yftbr.riber, in jtiirntiiuiera,!' tW
,i Jftoie, l r ihojqHise .rf sruliu;r a: A adjiisiiiujr
ail cl.iiia) ayfatflt ton-It decedent. '
I.V. Ul.. V( HO LM
v. o. 1 v,.
1 t I.i
.. Joi Work - ".,,
4'MOl'P ' .
CITrTlNOuWr. , . .
l'ulmWHtrtf biieiUKt, CUft, ;X
FLC rOiiA.NT, ond Summv C.m.ftih,r,jt.i
era Mnhtm, JJiurruiea, J)yicitit y, and all the
various infections of the Stomach and Dwelt re
,m-td by liisCAKMIXATIVE liALCA.M.
l'leasv read the following letter J. V
hulint'.m, Beaver County, Mi.
Il ar S't- feel it ilue to you us tiie inventor
of l!ie medicine and to the public, who may be
crcatly Is'nef.ited by it, to state a cure thai v as
performed in any f unity, by the use of your Car
My little son, when about two mouths old, was
seized with a io'C rmajdidnt, caused, as lsui
pose, by a change of diet. It continued lor two
weeks without intermission, mul notwithstanding
the remedies prescribed by a ri-sjH ct.d-lc physician,
we i;ave up the child a victim, ui we supposed, to
a fatal disease, but I proxilenlialtv heard ol
".'avne's Canniniitive," as nn cn'criual cure for
b.iAel complaint, and immediately dcspaiclii'd a
m?ssenser lo u town seventeen miles oil' for a liot
tle. By the use of this medicine, in less than
thirty six hours the disease was checked ; and by
iu continued use for a few days the child was
re:ored to perfect health, SShortly atier this,
tlute occurred u biniilar case in one of the fami
lies of my congregation; 1 prescribed Jaync's
('arniiiuuive,'' and the result wai u speedy cure.
From a knowledge of the cllieaey of your medi
cine in bowel complaints, a disease to whith
ehild.i-n are c"lt'''t;mW lioMr, I lm.-ultuiiud -ml
kiep constantly in the house, a inai:tity of the
The same child, owiiu; lo exposure, when rec
ently Comini: up the Ohio, was utlacki d by the
horrible malady, tliUL 1. 'e laiuled in the
niht ut Beaver I'oiut, and when our fears were
iilarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral eounh was the
foreruuni-r of death, we save him a tepooii full
of the "ll.rjurloraiit," (a bottle of which you pre
sented me with when in riiiladelphiii) and applied
some lineament lo the throat and breast, ami If
fore liuuy minutes the hoarseness was one, the
child bn Milted .freely and slept sweetly. Owint;
to these cvvumst'incc it cannot be wondered at
why I have so hij;h un opinion of I)r.Jn lie's
medicine, i.nd why 1 advise every family to keep
it on hand ready for miy emergency,
' A'vthVk b. bi: dfokd,
l'astor of the lre;,yterian Church, D trlinvr
l)r 1). I iv c.
J.umhrixr'ilt , X. J., Anil.2T0u IS 3U. ....
Dr. Jirvk Dim' Sir. II v tin LIosmii.; of (lod
your INDIAN K.XFCOTOKANT ba el'.ected
a cure in me of n most distressing cmnplaint. In
Deeemlier last, I was ciied with ureal severity
by a Paroxysm of Asthma; a diseate vviilj which
I had been alllieled f.n: manv years past. It was
attended with a hoarseness and soreness of the.
luinpi and throat, together w ith rt la!riouscoii;;h.
mid conipl.'to proslialiou of strength, and when
almost worn out with siillocation, u bottle of your
F.Npectoraul was sent to my huiise. At first- I
thought it was nothing but ipiaekery, but seeing
it so highly tecomineiidcd by Dr, (ioing. w itU
whom I w as well unpiiiintcd, I was induced to try
it, and hi a few days it completely cured uic, nor
have I ever had any return of the disease since.
I-have now formed so high tin opinion of your
medicine, that if 1 had but a few bottles of it, mid
snilj obtain no more, I would not part with litem
- I 11. .. ..I. 4,
lor JC.T uuuuts men.
1 . ours, most resiH'cilullv,
,'. ' JOHN iSl'MiKlt..
of the Baptist Church at iKiuibcrlsville.
" Vj" '
'ViL ;: 'i';,.,.
- ' .tli,fin....i. , .. .,!-,.., ....... -
Tt in ii iii nuind fill nd.-. 1 would y, ihut 1
am well acipiaiuteil wilh David Jay lie, M. D..
ami I now linn tolie a resH'etablo l'hvsieiaii and
IfcoJlsist of this citv a geittleiiimi in whoiu en
tire, confidence mav bo placed. I have tested in
tit V own citse the beuelieial elli et i ol' In'.. CAU
MIX ATI VK liAI,!SA.M, uml have greater coitli
denceiii il tlianall the other niedicinesoflliekiu.l.
His KM'UCTOh'AXT isnpially ccletrated and
IKA M, Abl.KX,
Agcni of the Bapti.- t Cener.il Tract Society
The above valuable medicines are prepared only
by Dr. 1. .lav ue, iSo. '0, stout h I bird Mreet
Philadelphia, where all orders will U promptly
Jj' For sale by appointment by
M. ll. HOI.I.I.sTI'.h',
fr.'?c, Mav '-'), IMlsJ. 1-tl'.
.loloy lor VYi'.
OF all the remedies ever devised I n Ihe reslnru
tioil ami jneservHlion ol tlm H Mil woimng
has been found eiimd to AUBF.UT'S. OLFA-
I'lNO'.'S H.MH TOM!'. Il siMoin fnls lo
restore the hii'r to Health mul beauty Many who
were bald three-months H'jo, can now o hthi! Iuu
Copy of a Idler from Dr. S. S, Filch.
1'iiii.Atii.i.i'iiiA, Muy 10, ISoS.
Dr. Jiiinc, r Sir, I feel thai I can hardly
say tMiouuh to you in favorof Aldii rt'n Oi it;!iiott i
U dr Tonic sold bv von. Mi hair hud Is'i-it falling
oll't wo years, ami bail become very thin, tl.ieatuing
speedy haldiu as, e. Io n 1 commenced using this
irnie.lv. In about one week, il ceased to fall off.
I leive" imeil i t in iw nli.ait I Ii roe 10, oil h. .ni.1 h.
asj'nll and thick a head of hair us I can pos,il.ly
tlesiie. I have rccoiiMiiended is use to .1 number
ofmv fiiiiids, who all speak well of it. If faithful.
Iv etiiploved, 1 have no doubt of its Rcm-ral success.
I may add thai bcl'tWe n.ing the Tonic, I had iricd
iiluiosl ult Ihe various tirticl.'s emploved f.,r the
hair, such as the MaCii.ti Oil, nil the- tlilli-n iii
preparations ot Bears" Oil, Vi .elablF Hair Oil
iVc. Ve. withota enperii HCtng lliucli, if any
benefit. Hc-pivttuMv voin t,
s.'s. Fi ll Ii.
No. 1 'i'i l.'he .unit strc. I.
From the Kev. I '. C. I'titit, 1'iutor of l!ie IJ f.ti.-t
"1 1. . . I r II . , .1 I 1
v. lout ji ui j :aoi.oui.ci.., ;. j.
H.4iiiiorii i.f, N. .1., Feb. 12, If.bV'
Dr. J. Jiiiiin; Sir I lake 1 lea.mre in inform
ing you thai the buttle of Ali'.-rt's H 'Fonic,
which I obtained of voii l.i-.t Oi
most ' Hiitii.-fae'fiiry and su. i . s.-.'ntt,y .My h iir had
for a long tune U-en c,M-eeiliv- thin. But for
two or three yean p.wi il b'" l'.ilh 11 out th:it mi
ssitv rt'coiu ealing the baldness bv
conibiiig the bail' 'on the Miles over il. But ii.ov
niter usinir trioiii hull' a botilc of the "Tonic,'' I
have us b,iuriunt growl!, of hair as I ever had.
- ' C. C. FA UK.
The Kev. l.'i.wint l'lt!e!:,r, Faso.r cf t!ic Btiif
tist Church at Ureal Yttlly, Fa., who had leii
inure or lit bM Vr usiny.vcai , u,.it I'uve Isittles
r.'thc H.vl i; I it 1 nu.rt.iis now luw -ricM:,
fti"ev Hair ovf, a'liik j( vt of his hmd acr' l.e
t. rcfjT Kvl. W'il1ait-"My leiir U .'iw imj
6twh, I usaore yi,"-'-j:;. ' .-
' ... " it :.-r. -.I- i bfn'CllF.U.
Wru ChcU'r, '114 Msreh CJ, leW'J,
j. ( n i. w, Uau., mijr,tU!, (lf ,,lvK
Vl'Ml.tJelphiil, ll-jl'.lf !if s.lb .eri!KT ul liS limit
1 vi ., ..... i i:..., 1
I ..I-.....t4ff IU S
'', t' . "- .. ' xi I'tt'Mt&i - pA
T1IL' PCBMC i -V
l'F.Kf.roii-tilltlv 4 t
iv of iCking. I'ur - ,..
ender ttovr. Abi,
Shoo: Iron ' ,fi
Of every description, vi
wholesale ami retail a .. Vt
JOB WOKK of .
-oier, on tlic shortest ,
' Wi ; ' ,.
Any ipmntily of lice VilXt OlJ i :
and l'uvter, for which the liii-heft
OtUwa, May 23, IS 10.
't, 1-5. '
lov ('oodst iioapor tl
' ' "ilwcrilier respectfully infoi
of Ottawa aiidhe tieopic in j
has just received u nddilion to hi :
goods, rou4itimr .of' lite followi'
Duy (Joops, GnocEBjEs
i'JuoK.f, IIardwark. tr. 'Al
Saddj.kky ; consistinir ct" t'
articles, viz : lull Spaui
Half Spunhh do. I'luin .
L(tdicn J'hiin and (grilled S
die Jluira, Curpvt Hugs, Pi
Leather Trunin and di
Halters, llridles. Marling
lars, Full-Vluted Double
Harness, mul u variety of
too numerous lo mention,
0.J-N.H. CANAL NOW
at par for the above meulioued j;i"h
Mav 23d, te-w.-
I'or pnld'.xhUi in the, town of (, .
eoaoly, lil., 11 iiully mu:yiijtr,
----Tiir. m:j.';v ntrr r.
I ." proposing to ehiabli.-di a nev
tow 11 ol I lltawa under lite nbov
eui outaged by the bright and ma
ptct before this highly 1'e.vorcd rei;
which seems destined, ot no ilia
both in a nmiiiifacUiriit; and conn
view second to none in the '(iicft
When we lake a retrospcotiv.
section of coiuiUy, and compare
lion with Ihe present w iien - '
and iiililicial udvauliigcs, an -anil
llourishing condition of
litgci within its precinct, we
Uitftt doubt that 11 public jot i
K'st ifitou-sitt of ita iithabilii
liberal palionac from an in1
im ...i.e.. 1... ..c !...
1 tie .NiitillMllllt;ilt .'I IIII't
hits fop Us object the "(il
r A lil.. , I o iiroitiotu-lliiH u
chiefly tlevotetl to the (tissemi
lion relative lo the fertility u
Hire of the soil coinsjhing the '
lo represent lo the luiili ot cup
tliu-jnttltiU-tr ot,. ulr,tvvlf ! t
section ol coiuTliy jiti-A.-nts I01
to encourage emigration niiti &
ihoAHMV.n we piomiM.1 4 1
cob.1m.1s, and assure him thai.
10.11" will not Ik- unmindful o,
He shall at all limes Is- tulvisci
iiiarkiis furnished with full I
uiatioit relative tt the improve
slock, etc, which will be lurn '
cal l of the hbdie.it standing i
. 'I'o the man iii.vt, mid tnci
tally, we promise 11 full and ii
the "Irtisinetn irnrhl" us far
come to our knowledge. ' Hav ,
incuts for the receipt of ihe a1 -111erci.1l
journals of ihe Allanli
i.Me lo give accurate nit irma
jiiijiciial eomnicicial tiaiia.-li'
111 I'oupiiii'tioit wi'h the late
which at the pnx-nl age is a
man of business, inaMiitlcli us
W'l'iii! ail1 elosclv linked togel '
menial tran:ielloiis. We wi
liilorinatioii we possibly can lei
crrnttuvt n Cf t'.ie'couiiirv, ant
.paring ham!, all attempts to I ,
luiiuily a f.atiJulent and Worth
The .Mcciuvir and flirt eiiii
We promise a share of our cvli .
to the (lift, wo shall at ail lime: .
vocate and sustain' their lights
iuformatioias may ten 1 to th
h.iipinc.s; and viewing the lil
necessary to ihe moral mul x
our. country, wc will with
willing hand" render thcfii
situation may command. '
Having for our object I
WLI.FAI!!'.." as hcloie mato
by a sense of jm liec to ailvox':.
iv. . nic,u.ures of t!lC DiMoc.twT
J " Free Trader," the retort,
l"''1" "I" dcutoeraey and the p
I'"''1 l" monopolies of all kirn
' n.'lional .jMHw,., to h!I (
j 'H ''l!''r 1111 ,hl! al,a 1,1 I"'
of light add li uth. 'J he da.k
of the moiioiHilist, whk ii in " ,
clouded I he prosjrity and wi '
i-o:iiliien-iiil gic.itnm-i nf tlii ...
should be exposal lo pubtir r
man in the i'.'d he made, act '
oiier.itioiisr' t" " 1
U'chave taken our stand
oioeracy from a full com ic
'id as the only safe-gu-Wd ol!
tion of the free institutions of
while we are the votarica of
lcaor to perpetuate itq vxu.
ting the principle of Jukk '
we wish it to l.-e Jistiih tly ii,
will never Is- so fir influcncci
nrfloti as to disregard the m
l.ngs of others, i-.paally entitlej
ion-, mid win., doubtless lionet
Oui Course shall by mild to
ipmiirntrt, and our M'Miinoi
-.peetii l ihotlglt decided lailgUI
The iniia t Haifrous ih piirti;
tOgfOtcr Willi bliell IlHIlI new)
lerest to l(je rentier, Jivillrct'
from the rdilois. ."
t-ii,Tfctmy.'Wufe. ny-K t .
11 la'.fe iniicii .Vit- HtlN '. t"i
to-Wtt: TWO MlU!lV'- .' ,!
aiamiii, if ffhl in aOvau-u '-- :. . ,
if not paid before t,V riptrntS
10.01O,. rmiiiv iniaits'LV,?-.'
!?& cukW u'fVfay,! until uS :,;-f." I 1
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