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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIiATII miLADELPIIIA, AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1808.
POILIIHEB EIEIT 1FTE1R00I (nnrntn noimt), at thi jtvmma telhobaph btjildino. JTO. 10B A THIRD BTBKMt. MMi Three Oenl. im CXipy (Doable Sheet). Brbteen Cents par Wert, payable to the Carrier and. Maned to Bnbeortbers otrt or the olty at !na Dollar pr Annum. On. Dollar and Fifty OenM for Two Month, Invariably la advance for tna period Ordered. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18G8. "Two Dollari Apiece." Lmal investigations In New York hare esta blished th feot that "tiro dollars a pteoe" la the standard prloe charged for certificates of naturalization by an authorized agent of the Demooratto party. "No questions are asked." It does not make the slightest difference how reoently the applicant for citizenship has arrived npon oar shores, or what is his name or character, for the forms may be filled up with the names of the latest importation of prise-fighters, pickpockets, or burglars as easily as with the patronymics of honest oitl sens. An exchange in the interior of this State annonnoes that similar documents have recently been offered for sale at the ridionlonsly low sum of fifty cents, and there are some distriots in which the looal leaders bare been liberally supplied with the neoeasary papers free of expense. Every form of fraud and rascality is employed to swell the list o Demooratio voters with the names of persons disqualified by law. The gross neglect (to call it by no harsher name) of the highest legal tribunal of this State, or rather of its Demo oratio Judges andofiloers, was painfully attested by the investigations which preoeded the Octo ber election. Certificates of oltizenship were issued by the thousand, under the seal of the Court, to parties whose real status was not properly Investigated. The accidental disoovery of a batch of blank naturalisation papers leaves little doubt that many similar documents were in circulation, and in Democratic precincts every possible facility for their use was offered. These faots are now so trite that we would not repeat them here except for the purpoB of direoting attention to the crimes involved in these pro ceedings, and to the virtual confession of the Demooratio leaders that without the aid of these crimes their organization would speedily be destroyed. Naturalization papers issued by a court without proper inquiry affirm, under judioial sanotion, a fact whioh may not, and in many oases actually does not, exist. The seal of the Supreme Court of Fenasylvania should be as sacred as the oath of a private citizen. Yet what would Judges Thompson and Sharswood think of a witness swearing positively to the existenoe of faots about whioh he knew no more than they know of the real right of the thousands of per sons naturalized under their direotion to exeroise the privileges of American oitizens f Passing from the painful Bpeotaole of judioial recklessness, the New York investigations Lave disolosed the mode in whioh wholesale perjuries are committed to promote Demo cratic triumphs. Serviceable witnesses are found to attest under oath the continued residence and good character of men whom they had never seen, and when neoea sary a double perjury is committed by a false personification of the candidate for oltizenship. All these frauds and crimes still failing to fill the ranks of the Demooracy as rapidly as they are depleted by the desertions of intelligent and patriotic men who beoome oonsoious of the dangerous designs of its leaders, blank naturalization papers, with forged Signatures and stolen or forged seals attaohed, are manufactured, and the names of the "carpet-baggers" who arrived iu the very last cargo from Europe, and who have had no chances whatever to learn in how Slight a degree the Democratic party repre sents truly demooratio principles, are inserted in these documents. These crimes are not only forbidden by the laws against forgery and perjury, but au aot of Congress provides that a punishment of five thousand dol lars fine, and five years' penitentiary im prisonment shall be inflioted on those who manufacture or use forged or fraudulent natu ralization papers. The dupes of the Dsmo oraoy are prompted to commit a orime whose magnitude they scarcely realize. The essen tial feature of republican government is that bonajide oitizens shall rule. The intro duction of an unauthorized and illegal ele ment iato our political oontests not only in volves an infraction of important sta tutes, but it aims a deadly blow at the oentral principle of demooratio institu tions and at the most sacred recess of our poli tical temple. And yet, at this moment, the fortunes of the once proud Demooraoy are re duced to so desperate a condition that they have no other resource I -We know what they did to carry Philadelphia, in the vain hope that these dark deeds would carry Pennsylva nia. Similar crimes have been perpetrated, on a still larger scale, to carry New York oity by a majority that will counterbalance the Republican majorities of the rural dis tricts of the Bute of New York. If these orimes had not been committed, Orant's ma jorities in the North would have readied many hundreds of thousands; and in spite of them his triumph is so well assured that the Democracy are foroed to acknowledge it iu advance, and to send their Presidential candi date out on a slumping tour at the eleventh hour, to personally assure the people that he is still a live applicant for their suffrages. The Consciousness of Wrong Wbbk a man commences to address you by vehement assertions that he is an honest man, it is not unnatural for you to infer that there Is some cause why he should fear that you should think he waa not. So is it when an gent reiterates his belief that his oondaot will meet with approval; he betrays a lurking con sciousness that there is some ground for its being condemned. Mr. Reverdy Johnson, In his speech last night at the Liverpool ban quet, gave the strongest basis for a general belief that he knorrs he has been misrepre senting the American people, lie said he did not know bow the people of the United States would regard his oonduot sinoe he had been in England. lie was sanguine of their ap proval, but would acoept their censure with Christian resignation. We have no doubt, after such an utterance, that Mr. Johnson knows, and has known all along, that in the course of oondaot he has adopted he has been aotiog in a manner whioh will be discus sed and disapproved by the great body of the American people. The more we think over the line of polioy it has pleased him to pursue, the more and more oouvinoed are we that he should bs reoalled, and an American, and not a worshipper of Eng land, sent in his plaoe. It is pitiable for us to read the humble tone, the sauvity and earn estness of that offiolal in his efforts to conciliate the British Hon. lie does not spare himself, to be sure. lie abases himself as well as his ooun tiy. When the free-thinking and free-aoting people of the United States remember that Mr. Johnson courted an introduction to Mr. Laird, and was presented to that gentlemau as if he was the superior, the spirit of the ex-Senator from Maryland oan be calcu lated. Had we had a man there who in reality was a representative ef Amerioan sentiment, not only would he not have sought an intro duction to the builder of the Alabama, but, if that gentleman had asked for a presentation, would have refused to reoeive him. This line of conduct would have been applauded by the people of the United States, and we would have felt that, even if a ooolness did result between the embassy and the Marquis of Hastings, and men of that olass, the result would have been gratifying. We do not want the friendship of such men; we do not want their acquaintance; we would rather have their open enmity than their false love, and Mr. Johnson missed a rare opportunity of showing the real spirit of the Amerioau people. It is true, as we said before, that Mr. John son should have a publio : eoeption on his re turn home, but from the "plug-uglies" and the "blood-tubs" of his native city. "Maryland my Maryland," honors her favorite son. La her receive him once more to her heart. He represents most truly the sycophantic Demoo racy of that State, who bowed before the dic tation of a Rebel aristooraoy. He represents them truly; but as to the free and proud people of the North, he is not their represen tative in spirit, sentiment, or conduct. The Payment of City Warrants. We some weeks ago alluded to the difficulties under whioh the City Treasurer labors under the existing law, which requires him to pay warrants in the order of their numbers, and of the serious annoyance and inoonvenienoe to which warrant-holders are subjected. We had hoped that Counoils would hav Anna om. thing before this to remedy the matter. The Treasurer has now over $300,000 in his hands, and the warrants of sohool-teaohers, police men, and others who are dependent on their salaries for their bread and butter are being sold at a heavy disoouut in the streets because the Treasurer is prohibited from pay Ing them when they are presented. The ex isting law is well intentloned, but it has cre ated a greater difficulty than the one it was designed to remedy. Counoils will meet to morrow afternoon, and we again earnestly urge this matter on their consideration. Mr. Piersol's hands have been tied ever sinoe he has been in office, and we think that the arrangements for the payment of warrants might satisfactorily be allowed to remain under his direotions, and subject to such rules as his experience may suggest as expedient. Councils ought either to repeal the present ordinance regulating the payment of warrants altogether, or they should adopt an amendment to it putting a reasonable liini1 to the time during which the holders of num bered warrants will be entitled to the benefits of the arrangement. This is a very serious matter to many persons who reoeive salaries from the city, and we earnestly urge that some measures for relieving the embarrassments of the Treasurer as well as the oreditors of the oity shall be adopted by Counoils without fur ther delay A Truthful Address. The address of the Republican National Exe cutive Committee, of whioh Mr. Claflin is Chairman, is published this morning, and it is certainly a most admirable address. In one paragraph we find a summing up of the atti tude and present purposes of the Demooratio party. It says: "The Democratic party, entering into the campaign with prao.loal repudiation ou Us banner and a determination to reopen tbe whole question of reconstruction, by dt-olarlng all acta relating thereto null and void, baa met with slgQHl deleut In the States holding elec tions lu October. Aroused by the positive con demnation ot lta policy. It now seeks to cuaoe lis candidates and to deny its purposes as de clared In lta platform." . In these few words we find the key -n ate to the present attitude of the Demooratio party. They have unmasked their designs iu all their hideous reality. They have exposed themeelves to the pnbllo gaze, and the people have seen what manner of men they are. The result was the defeat of the Demooraoy in October. In their desperation they now seek to change the issues, and appear before us with charaoters utterly different from those which they had previously assumed to pos sess. Richard takes off his helmet and appears before the footlights as the innooent old pea sant. Will the people be deoeived by so hol low a farce, so transparent a deoeption f We believe not, and the address of the Committee goes far towards showing the deoeption in its true light. I November 12 Is Thanksgiving day in Nova ooua. SPECIAL NOTICES. Bf 0HO8T3 OP PE&FDME3 WOULD BR the proper apneilniiou fur lb evauoicent O'lortt t the ray. PIULO'H new panama, -Pi.OR Ir, MAYO" aimri from lb se al la three essential polm:-t la I' finitely richer, Infinitely purrr, end li'llnlittly mora lasting and rofrwini c ttiaa itnr other floral extract American or Kuropeao. Hold by all UnaHim. u RjkSP FOR TUB PUMMRK. TO PRKTENT a--' Hniiinirn, Krnck K-ti, and keep itie akin white and heamllul tine W nluilT'S AIAJON ATM) GLY i ' 11 1 M r I A If LKT OF HOL1 1)1 Fl K I) W L V UK RI N K. It I (taltclnualy fragrant, transparent, and nupurb an a lol ft soap. Hold hy all l-ue;(lts, K, i. A. WHIUHT, No. SMOltKwNTIT stroot. Hi rSf" THE SECOND ANNUAL 8AliATfI w- W jujOIj JUBII.Kir, lii aid of th Home tor tlie RRtd and I nil 'in of the M. K. Church, will on given at ili AUADKMY'OK MIMIC, on THUIWUiY KVKIM1NU Oci. . UtX ooiiimm clns; at S o'clock. A tmmher of Oeoinlful i!eot"S wlU ba snnir bv acorn pMiy of nearly one tuouHiind chltfrtm. it-roer direc tion of Tiof. W. O Ftcher. Branding Tli'kct and 'J l let I for Amphitheatre. CO ceiim each, to b lift I at the M. K. Hmih Pwim. N", lulu A KCH 81. Ill 21 St prT5T I-FICB OP TlIK LOMBAKD AND MJUTH SThKMN PAM-KMuKK R 1 1, WAV COaii'AfiY.TWJiNrY-Fliri'JI. and BDOTU frtrettr. The Annual Meeting of the Stockholder! of Hill Conipnny will bo he. it at tuli olUo, TUiCSDIY, Hovenlier M, at 4 o'clock. lug I li 'I HUMAr. HARRH, Pecrotary. rf" DHKASE OP TUB SKIN, WITH w-x-S their araly, Ichorous, Urhlng uu-qiutnailoD, form atfrlei or ui'wt o wliK:e, toil-in )ui-ii'B T.ir. Hnfpl'y a renter J lnon a In H IKK KLVS TIC ITKK ulNIMKNM, which In u (H-eolllo lur any I oriii of kin flnei-ae No mailer of how lo a aiaullng or v hat tiiinnt it haji ood under. It will ha radically cored. Sold 60 renin fer hox. JOHNSl'ON, Hl)f. LOW AY dt OOWUbN. fo 6iiZ A ItHH Mi reel: 10 IS THK NEW CABINET BKOSTRAD. An fit sant and urnoc.lv liiruiHhed Bj.Jstomt. teady for line lUHtamly. Assumes the appirnoa of aaplendlrt cabinet o- library. Knnliy mnnaved by Ilia moat delicate ladier. Wareroorus, No. iOCHSNUf fcitreet. 10 12 Im BATCH Pl.OU'S UAIK DYE THIS w splendid Hair Dve la the neat In the wo. -Id; the only true and perfect I';e; harmlooa, reliable. Instantaneous; do dlBappolatnieut: uo rlclloulous tint; remedloa the 111 elltctn of bad dyes; Invigorates and leaves the Halrsnti and beantil'ui. black orbrounx, torn by all DrotglPts and Perfnmers; und properly applied at Bachelor's Wiif factory, Wo. 16 BOJ1D street. New York. 27jnwf. BCSSP ONE POUND OF F.LiSTIt! SPONGE -J-' will (0 as fr as one and half pounds of curled ba r. The latter alter short maice beoomea matted and hard, while the former always retains IU elasilchy and can be used agata alter hav'na; been In use lor years. 8S mwf ELLIS' 1 1021 BITTERN BY TIIE Use of these Bitters Veil anrlch the nlnnri and alva strength to the whole system. Tonic and pa latable. lo. 602 ARUH Street and No. 41 . EIGHTH btreet. losatulalof POLITICAL. TJNION LEAGUE MEETING CONCERT HALL. GENERAL ADAM E. KING, OF BALTIMORE, MD AND OTHEItS, Wl. ADDBES OUR F LLOW CITIZENS OJi THIS (Wednesday) EYENIXG, Oct. 28, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. US THK X.ADIE9 ARE SPECIALLY INVITED. XSSf- HEAUypARTEBS UEPUDLICAN l3 INV1XJ1B1.KS. ORDER No. 19. I. The Club will assemble at headquarters WED. N kbD AY, October 28 ISM at 6 o'clock P.M. snro to prcoeed to 8ALEM, N. J. Cars will leave Camden at 6 o'clock, precisely. II. Tickets for the round trip SEVENTY-FIVK CENTS, to be haa at Headquarters after a P. M or the 28th. By order of BENJAMIN L. TAYLOR, , Chief Marshal. IB?- A-ht.nl Marshals. ,n irsf- HEADQUARTERS B.EPUBLIOAN ItJ- ORDER No. 20. I. The Club will assemble at the DEPOT. NINTfT snd GRUEN Streets. THURSDAY, October 29ih lata, at 7 o clock P. Id., thaip, to proceed to NORRISTOWN. Train will leave at f -SO precisely, II. Tickets for louod trip F1FTF CENT3 for sale at HeaOqaarteit after 8 P. M., the 2.h Instant. By order of BENJAMIN L. TAYLOR, Chief Marshal. llVS: 28 n Great Fall in Great Fall Clothing ! We began to i e l so fast All oar Clothing for the Fall, That we thought we wouldn't have Any more at all, To accommodate the crowds OlDDty feople a'l, Who came rushing for the goods To oar GREAT BROWN HALL ! Dot we koew It wouldn't do 1 o have no clothes at all For the folks who came to buy At our GREAT BROWN HALL. So we kept the mill a going, And we set to work, and got Anoiter and a blirger. And a more tremendous lot. And now again we're ready, A nd we still enjoy the fun Of the mighty crowds of people As they run. run, run, In a driving sort of hurry, Crowdlug, more and more, Foi Fall and Winter Clothing, ToourGBEAT BROWN BTORE. Rush along, busy people; we are ready for you, as fast as you come. A fcUIT OK CLOTHES FOt EVERYBODY. PJtiCES EXACTLY TO HOI I! YOU. Come and se? for yourself. ROCKHILL A WILSON, Nob. 603 and 605 C11ESNUT 8T11EKT, 1 11 4p PHILADELPHIA. rjSH e sa'pk b e ro s i tc ou pa n y, For Safe Keeping of Valuables, Securities, etc., mnJ Minting of Safes. DIRECTORS N. B. Browne, I J GllilrjghamFell,Ale. Henry. . O. II. Clarke O. Macalrster, a A. Caldwell, John We.sh. M. W. Ciark, iGeo. F. Tyler. OFFIOK. No. 421 OHKSNUT 8TKEKT. N. B. bhOWNE, President O. H. ULAHK, Vice President. -E. PATTERSON. Beo. and Trearer, I Ibmliuj I T77 I A M S. IRWIN, Agent OTJ1CALT 8 PATENT D LA3TI0 JOINT IRON ROOF aud CLARKE'S PATENT ADJUSTIBLE HOR9E HIOIOCAI.KH, MANTJFAOTT7REU BY H11UK xBERGER A 00. , t'iVj'E- "ireet, below Teath, and No. 4u6 L1BBAKY Bireet. lu 2 Im rp BOABD1NQ IN QFRMANTOWN. BOARD, with lour larea and wtill-lurulsbed rooms at No 6S TULVKUOCKKM Htrect, Germautown. Refe rence required. i j ,t CURTAINS AND SHAPES. pALL 8TYLE8 I FALL STYLES! BTOW BEADY WINDOW SHADES, IN LACE CURTAINS, IN Terries, Reps, Damasks, Etc. We take pleasure lu announolng that our new styles lor Kail 01 1 he above Goods are now open. Oar csie b ated mike of FINE WlNDO rV SHADES, with Bray's Spring Balance Fixture (which require no cord), we sell at the moat reasonable prices. Window bhaUes as low as ONK DO LI. A H AKD FIF1VVSNTS, trimmed and iiu. g to the windows. We call especial attention to our new s ock of Trimmings, esmprlslug In part, Cornices in Olit, Walnut, Waluul and lit Roxewood, aud Korewood and Gilt, Curtain Tasnols Picture Tassels, Pillow Tassels, Cords, Loops, Bauds etc., clo. CAHF.MCTON,DrZGUCHE & CO., S. E. Corner Thirteenth and Chcsnnt St?., Formerly KELTY. OARKINUTON A C J.tSwMP FOR SALE. m PIBLIC SALE OF COUNrRl RSSI SDENCE, FCRNIIURF, ETO , IS DELANC'J) BVIlLIhUlON COUNTY', NEW JEU JEY. Will besold at Publio r-ale, at 12 o'clock, noon, on THURSDAY, the 12th day ol November, on the pre mises, a three-ttory double frame Dwelling, with twe-stury back bulld'ngs, and- lot of cearly three seres of ground, fronting en the Raococas river, five minutes' walk torn tbetamden and Amboy Rail road repot and wharf, firtj-flve mlDuteV ride Irom l'lihade'pb'a and three honrs fr m New York. Lawn on the river, abundauce oi shade, gravel beach, every variety of fru't. Imrxedlately after the above will be sold Plant -forte. Mahogany and Black Wal nut Parlor, Diulog-room, and Bed-room Furniture Cooking TJienslls, Gardening Tools, eto etc ' Perrons wishing to examine the property before the tale may apply to T.8.4C, a. FLETCHER, 10 19 mwf DELANCO, N. J, TO RENT. p O R RENT. l'RESIISES, No. 809 C11ESMJT St., FOR STORK OR OFFICE, ALSO, OFFTCES AND LARGE BOONS suitable for a ( ouinierclal College. Apply at 24: f BaNK OF THK REPUBLIC. B TO LET VERY DESIRABLE BU3I Lliness location Four-story More No. 218 ARCH b rttt. Posst salon 1st ot January. Apply on the premise. 10 7 5t AN OFFICE TO LET, FURNISHED OR unfurnished, No. SOS South TENTH Street, Inquire at 8 or 4 In the afternoon. 10 T H GREAT BUBAL CEMETERY. MOUNT MORIAH, embracing an area of one hundred and fifty-five acres, and comprising every variety of scenery, Is by far the largest and most bsautlful of all the cemete ries near Philadelphia, jtorn As the tide if Improvement tends northward, MOUNT MORIAH, by geographical position, Is FORKVER SAFE FROM INTRUSION OR D1S' TURBAKCK BY OPENING OF STREETS. .Ml will K hadaaA ta & A .MMnsdMl hr bouses, factories, or other improvements, the Inevi table fate of other cemeteries northward or centrally situated.; At convenient distance from the city, readily ac cessible by an exoellent road and by the street can Of the Darby Passenger Railway, Mount Morlah, by Its undisturbed quiet, fulfils .the solemn purpoia ot Its dedication as a last resting-place of the dead. Ko funeral service here la ever Interrupted by the shrill whistle of the locomotive, nor the sensibilities of friends or visitors shocked by the rush and rattle of long train of passing freight or coal cars, as must ot necessity be the case In other burial-places, now established or projected, on the Immediate line of steam railroads, or through the grounds ot which such railroads run. Just now the hues of Autumn tluge with gorgeous colors and Infinite variety the Mlageot the various groups of fine old forest trees adorning the margin of the stream which meanders tbrcugh the grounds, and adds so great a charm to the attractions of the place. Chuicues of all the principal Protestant denomina tions have here purchased sections of groand for the use oi their congregations, and more than sevea 'housat d families have given this great Rural Ceme. tery tbe preference overall others. Choice lois of any size desired may sail be hid upon application at the Lodge, at the entranoe of the Cemetery, or at lbs Branch Oflice, No. 1M6 GIRARD Avenue, where any lnforma Ion will be given by 10 281m OKORGK CONN ELL, Secretary. QAVE YOUR MONEY And get a Brilliant and Lasting Siiine by using DODGING' ELECTRIC BOOT POLISH. A imt 11 particle of this superior Blacking, tbe size ot a large pin head, when rclxed with water is nuf fiolent to make a brilliant and lasting sblue for a full grown Book THY IT. SOLD EVERY B ERE 10Mwlm4p IIINIS AKTS. Established y Vito Vitl, 1815. V1TI W10S. (Iato YIto VUi & Sons), luiporkTH of Italian Carrara Marble Mouuuieiilal Statuary, Urns, Monuments, Fountains l'arlor and Garden Statuary, French DoiniHition anil lteal Urone (ironies and Flgnreu, Finest Parisian Ormolu and Gilt 21-day Clocks, lllsquot Fignres, Alabaster Ornaments and Statuary, etc., etc. Particular attention given to speeial importation r Marble Statuary of all descriptions; and Laving direct corres pondence with the principal studios of Italy, enables them to Import at the lowest rates. Designs of all Monumeutal objects i art can he seen at their oflice, Ko. 1 ttf South FllOT Street, above WALNUT. 10 2B mwf at WHITHIOUSE'8 EATING HOUSE, KO. BiCOND Street and No. 81 STRAW, f f.'i'I'X Ml'"t. In now HK-ucKN. under the Urtn of IUKKY A WHlTKHOUdK. We respectfully solicit your patronage, as every a.teulloa Willie paid to render mire satisfaction. 10 7 ft yUKKY A WHlTEHQTJsB. l PEACH TREES nv TOE TH0U9AND AAppie pear. Cherrr, and P.um Trres, Dwarf aud biaiid, laf s ae. Trea delivered In theo.ty wlihout i liaise. Addreas J. PUUlClMd, aloorestown, N. J. CaUlogues grttis. loifs SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, ETC. gOLID SILVER, The Increasing dem an i for Elrgar.t and ArtUtla Silver Wares has decided us to open our New Establishment with a larger and superior stock to any hitherto shown In Philadelphia, and with that view havo talon the SPECIAL AGENCY for the Sterling Sulld Silver Vares of tho COR HAM MANUFAC TURING COMPANY. Tho Silver Wares of thl3 justly celebrated Company are now universally acknow ledged to be superlorln qual ity, good taste, and finish to any Silver Goods produced in this country. Every desirable Silver Article manufactured by the COR HAM MANUFACTURING COMPANY will be found in our cases, and a succession of future novelties has been arranged for as fast as they can be made from timo to time. BAILEY & CO., til ESAUT and TWELFTH Sts., Special Agency for the Ster ling Solid Silver Wares OF THE GORHAM MANUFAC TURING COMPANY. FRENCH CLOCKS. a. W. RUSSELL, No. 22 NORTH SIXTH STREET, Importer nl IHalerln FINK WATOHKS, JniW ILRY, AND &1LVEB-WABK, offers the largest assortment of I52M FRENCH CLOCKS In Phtladripula, Wholesale and Retail. FLOUR. Sq"EW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, riB&T OF TIIE REASOXt 11 75rp ALBERT C. BOBEBT8, Ialer In Fine Qrooerlea, Cor. ELEVENTH and VINE Streets. FAMILY FLOUR, In lots to suit tiROCEllS, or bj the Single Barrel, for sale by J. EDWARD ADDICK8, Ko. 1230 MARKET Street, 10 9 8m4p PHILADELPHIA. PIANOS. STE1NWAY & SONS' GRAND Isonare and upright Planoa. at BIamiUh iKtMH..No. 1U08 CH ESN LIT HtreM. si a STUCK & CO.'S AND HAINES fBKOTHEKH' PIANOS, and HAaOJH I B mi im k.t ujtuiao, ouiy at j. k. uoulu m rsew more, 8M amtp No. W CHEHNDT btreet. DB. BCKTON'S TOBaCCO ANTIDOTS. Warranted to remove all desire for Toomjco. Is entirely veieiablt and harmless, and Is also an ex cellent appetiser. It purine, aud enriches theblowi, In v morales the system posssies great uounsolnn and sirenittbeulng power, enables the siomauh to dl gest the heartlirsl food, ruakes U:ep refresuing. aud fstakliabi-s robust health. Hmoktrs aad chetr (or elxty yfars cored. Price fifty cents per box, Poit lre-. An Interesting treatlce on the injur lout efl'jots ofiobHcco, with llBts of teailia aUI, relereucds, eto , sect iree. Agrnia wanted. Addreas Ib, T. R. ABBOT r, Jersey City, N. J. TESTIMONIALS. From the TJnitid Btuus Trcaiury, Secretary's Cilice. Please send a supp.y of (be Antidote. Trie one received has done lis work surely. O T. KDOAR. From New Hampshire State Prison Ueutlemen of Influence here having been oared of tn appetite for tobacco by using Dr. Uurlon'd Antidote, we desire a euppli for tbe prhouersof ihls institution, JOSEPH MAYO, Wardon ol th N. II. btate Prison. A Banker's Testimony. Dr. Burton's Autldjte tor Tobacco has accotupllsbed all claimed for It. WALTKK MANS, tat Nat. Bank, New Albany, lud. From the Chief Engineer of tue Allegheny Valley Bullroad Company, 1'llUburg Pa. t have used the Auildote with grat success. It Is curing all my friends. H. Hl, AOKSTJNK. A Clergyman's Teulmnny. One Buz of Antidote cured my b.other and myseir. It never tall. Kev, 1. W. BHOKUAKER, KtUey's Station. Pa. Fromjthe Police Ileadqntrtera, Lyuu, Maw 1 have gaiued iblrty live pounds it tleuli m tr.ree ruoatbs by ublug Dr. Burtou's Antidote, and all dejlre orlobacoo U removed. W. L, WAIT. Ja. From tbe "Southern Horns Journal." Baltimore, Md. Ore bos of Bnr'on s Antidote removed all de sire tor tbe weed Irom ma. 1 lake pleasure In recom rui r ail s it to ail our readers. T. V. slatkh, k i. fco.d by all Druggists. lu MivfinlatGp (Traneuiark z Copyrighted.) P SINTERS' INK A GOOD ARTICLE.-THE lug with wh'ch this lusue ot tue "Republican" is printed Is from tbe wiay's Ferry Printing log Work of . . K. KOMI N'.UN, It la clem, flows ireeiy, aad is f a good Oi lor. Our broiher printers canjudge of llBuuallty by comparing it wtth the Ink froui other Biauuiaotorles. Tue Dulaware County Repuolloau, From the Unaware (Jnette. To PRINT a KS We have been 01 Dg tor several weeks a Very line quail tr of iuk from tbetiray's Ferry mai u'act' rr of CHARLES K, ROBINdO.V, which our pressmen say Is the b-st for cylinder prs uews work that thy have used for a long Mine. It " a clear black aud free Iroro all klud of sedlmanc Mr. Robinson I. a practical nk mauof o urtr, llbora' ana courteous lu all business transactions, and at he has recently had thomlsloriana to be burned out. tbe more tree to reconimeud l is Ink and himseir to the patronage ol all printers who de'r. a -oa ar.i. cleat verv cheap rales Address No. MINOR rlreel. Philadelphia. One of oor contemporaries alao rerorrtueuilH it as follows:-- . FIfrK PIlNriNO in n.-W have for sometime been us ng the News Ink mHnuiactnred at Uray's Ferrv Prliitlug Ink Works, Phllad.lphla, by O. E. ROBlNt-ON, and, as stated some weeks ago. have found It better adeixeu to our P'fssts tr.au an luk wa have had In our cftlo f.r ten ) ears. It Is not only vir excellent artiole of luk. but It Is fur- blKhed at very resouabie prices. 1 he Works also manufacture lHack and Colored Printing and Lltbo sranhlo Inks, Varnl-hes, eto. Their address Is Gray's F'ryfosd and Tblnythlrd street, and No. Si I We never reoommend an article lu these oolnmns otiless it really merits It and to learn wlie'hur nur (, oplub n of the Ink trie "Tax-Payer" Is now using coincided wl'n our pressman's, we inquired his ehiluji lo. Be replied, "Uood, very gools" and at we never knew btiu to deviate from tue truth, we lo'orra our fellow-printers lba Ibis was said or RUBIN tsoN's Philadelphia Prtntlog Ink, Front theTX' Payer, New York. it Fevers, he will nothing. Call at oure you, or oharge yoa DR. VVIGHART'O GliEAT FAMILY MEDICINE STOKE, No. 232 North SECOND Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Office hoars from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. All examinations and onnnnkaHnna PRHK OF CUAROE. All oommnnioations by mail, soliciting pro fessional advloe, will bo promptljr answered, free of oharge. Office pen on TuefldayB, Wednesdays, and Thursdays of each. week. What is Dyspepsia?! 1 A Constant Palo or Uneasiness In tho rit of the Stomach Whioh is oaased j a permanent oontraotlon of tho atomaoh npon undigABted food. It generally begins immo dlately, or a short time after eating; is often rery severe and obstinate. 2. Flatulence and Acidity. These symp toms arise from the indigestion of food, whioh ferments Instead of digesting. 8. Costivcness and Loss of Appotlte. These symptoms are the effuots of the nn- natnral oondition of food in the stomaoh. and I mo nuivuifum unoam gaairio Juice. The; Stomaoh is often painfully distended by wind; the appetite is sometimes Toraolons. 4. Uioom and Depression or Spirits. This state unllta many for the enjoyment of life, and is caused by the impure blood fur nished by imperfeot digestion. In this stage of the disease, many persons commit sutoide. There is a constant foreboding of evil, and aa indifference and positive inability to perform the offices of life. 5. Diarrhea. After being at first costive, the sufferer is atllioted with diarrhooa, whioh is owing to a diseased condition of the bowels, produced by the undigested food, whioh is evacuated in the same oondition as when eaten, and, of canrse, gives no strength to tha system. 6. Pains in All Parts or the System arise from the aotion of impure bloo upon the nerves. They are felt chiefly in the head, sides, and breast, and in the extremities. In many cases there is au uneasiness in the throat, with a sense of choking or suffocation: the month is often clammy, with a bad taste and furred tongue. 7. Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita tion or the Heart. Many persons pronoanoed as having these diseases have, in faot, nothing but dyspepsia, the lang and heart disease being only symptoms. 8. Cough. This is a very frequent symp tom of Dyspepsia, and leads very often Into confirmed consumption. 9. Want of Sleep. A very distressing symptom, resulting often in mental derange ment. 10. Symptoms of External Relation. The patient is affected painfully by cold and heat, whioh is owing to unnatural dryness of akin, and the skin is often affected by eruptions and tetters. The gloomy dyspeptio avoids society as much as possible. 11. Yomitlng. A frequent and distressing symptom. It relieves the pain, but emaciates and wears out the patient. 12 Dizziness, Dimness or Vision, Head ache, and Staggering In Walking. These are very alarming symptoms, whioh are speedily removed by oar medicine; bat if neglected, are quickly followed by numbness and sadden death. 13. It is impossible for ns to give all the symptoms of Dyspepsia In so small a space, bat the above are considered sufficient K we add that the patient loaea bis memory and regard to surrounding objeots, and frequently becomes morose and sour in disposition. We should say, however, that pains in the joints and stiffness of the limbs, whioh go by the name of rheumatism and neuralgia, are pro duced by Dyspepsia. Also, a hardness of the muscles of the abdomen, whioh beoome con tracted and hard; and in some oases the belly sinks, instead of being gently prominent. N. B. Perhaps we have not said enough of that strongest symptom of Dyspepsia, melan choly. We have examined hundreds of oases of Dyspeptics who were so much affeoted in their mmds that they constantly foreboded loss of their reason, which unfitted them for business of any kind, and many of them have been patients of tbe Insane Asylum, who are now permanently cured by our medicines. We take pleasure in informing the publio that we have at great expense secured the professional services of Dr. William F. Magee, who was intimately acquainted with the pri vate practice of the late Dr. Wishart, as well aa thoroughly oonversant with his mode of ascertaining the cause and effect of various diseases. He enjoyed the fullest oonfidenoe of the late Dr. Wishart, and was in consultation with him almost constantly for many years. In view ' of these facts, we most oor dially recommend him to the former patrons and friends of the late Dr. Wishart, and to the afflicted, with the fall assurance that those who need professional counsel or aid will find in the said Dr. Magee a pbysioian of more than ordinary abilities, lie can minutely describe vour disease, ex plain the cause and effect of same, as well aa administer remedies known only to himself and the late Dr. Wishart, that will perform cures when other physicians and all remedies fail. Come ye who are afflicted with Consump tion, Coughs, Colds, Bronchial Affeotfons, or Pain in the Breast. lie will, by the help of an all-wise and beneficent Pjovidenoe, restore you to health without Croton Oil, Flies or Mustard. Come, ye who are afflicted with Dyspepsia, that fell destroyer that dethrones the reason and poisons the whole human system, and we will insure yonronre. Come, mothers and fathers, with your children, and he will, by the aid of a kind providence, gave them from an early grave, and charge you nothing for professional advice. Come, ye who are afflicted with Chills and