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needy and effectual suppression of Iht tt bellion, end th prmiirnl restoration of tba Federal ambnritf every wle-re within the litniia and jurisdiction of tbe United Bute. And yet hi adherent! eay, 1 We hare (riven all Ida nrt and motif 7 that were caUfd for.1 XLJ- tv On tba 10th of July, Toted against giv log-tbe President authority to as litem force ia th fia'dt for i he rV'jeetiori of th rebel, and offend (be following in tin arm appropriation Mil: f , Hetolnd, That' ho ompntion be al lowed to any officer appointed prior to the passag of this feet. '' July, 21 Refused to tote for th first divkloa of Crittenden's' resold Ion, which nay th present deplorable civil war bat bee) tbrnu 0 port the country by tba diaon lonist of the 800th, &e, July 85th. -Voted against the amend roent id Rational Loan bill, author ting the iinainjr, or Treasury notei. . . July 27 h 8tated in tho nUe of the Uoase (where he was nine tenths of lb time)tbat he o jeeted to the punishment of conspirators a ft ft mil th UoTernmetit. July 29. Voted against amendments lo Internal lUvenae bill, to reduce direct tax ation one half. J iiIt 26. b. P. M. Voted trlnt Intern 1 Revenue bill, in Mo. lie found be coo!d not have an opportunity of exciting the popolace to violence on the sutW-t of huh taxation, he -therefore concluded to vote gainst all taxation of any kind, August 8d Voted against bill for eon locating the property of armed rebels. August 6"b. Introduced resolutions for convention of States to amend Count it u lion. A short time after, voted against re solution to appoint committee to consider ucb amendments to the Constitution as might be dec-mid necessary 10 restore mo tual confidence, La. CousUlency, thou art indeed a Jewell Voted against bill reqniring beads of de partments to cau their as-istaut to take the tatb of allegiance, thereby wishing to .give the traitors en opportunity of ascer taining the lotentious of the Administra tion. Daring the remeiks on tbe bill for the increase ot pay for private soldier, &c, SAr. V. said: ' I should be glad to discuss and Denounce this honktruds proposition as it deserves, bnt want of time will not permit.' And aa the yeas and nays were jioi called on the final passage ot the bill, it is reasonable to presume that be voted gainst it. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: TSaturday Morning, October 3, 1863. Union State Ticket. Tbe Bleetiensrill take plea aa Um 1Mb day of October. Pr awnior Jemm Braejfrh, of fryabofe, Tnr Lieut, Governor, Charles ladititii, of Montgomery. Tor SoprnM.J-.4c.' H. H. H matter, af rslrleld. Tot Aadltor of Stat. Jaanea A. Owlato, af Meriea. . For Tmnnc of Stat, 43. Tola" Dwreejr, of Mia art. 1 For Board af PnbH Worse, Jama M. Starrer, f High lead. Per text Senator W. C. Hawaii. Union County TUltt. For State fUpreseataUve, ABXER KELLOGG. For Probate Judge, DEC1US S. WADE. for Ticmm jt. "WALTER U. BURGESS. For Prosecuting attorney, S. A. NORTH WAY. For Sheriff, ED. A. WRIGHT. For Clerk of the Court, A. B. W ATKINS. For CoaVaulaienr, WILLIAM T. SIM0ND3. For Infirmary Dirortor, J. P. EASTMAN. - ForCoroaor, BARZILLA YIETS. County orrrior Afc-aor D. Btraojf Arttabola. Address of the Wax DebTocbact. We offer no apology for occupying onr eolomna with this addreaa and resolutions accom panying it, which were adopted en the 22d nit. at a Convention of war Democrats, as sembled at the capital of tbe State.' Al though they do uot endorse tbe Proclama tion, or express satisfaction with tbe policy of tbe Administration in all respects, they are, nevertheless, ii. flexible in their deter mination to aid in putting down rebellion first, and then settling all d Terences afterwards- Tbe difference between them and " Vallandigbam and his supporters, commen ces jast where oodoubted loyalty, U divided from . sympathy with eason and tra tor. Tbe War Democrats would atand by the Government, atand by tba Adminis tration, even though differing from it cn many matters, in tba great work of potting down rebellion; the Vallandigbamers wou'd make war opoa the Administration, that in ao doing It may be crippled in in efforts to put down rebellion. Tbe War Democrats would first subdue the rebels; tbe Vallan digbamers wooldjtV subdue tbe AJminie traiioo. Th War Democrats have a great controversy with rebel and traitors; lb Vallaadigbamera bat do controversy with them. Tba War Democrats would have tb rebel euhmit to tb loyal; th Valhn dighamera would have the' loyal submit to tb rebels. Tb War Democrat woold hav tb UntoB aavrd by aatlliug tb ques tion, owe for all, that 10111100 cannot and ust not succeed is) a free Government ; tbe Vallaudighamers would hav it settled that rebellion is legiiinut after any failure at tb ballot. W ark loyal Democrats, those who bare been deluded iulo tbe raaka of tb Vallaa digbam nee, to read, consider, and act poii tb argument and appeals of tb ad dress aad lo plant themselves epos the aolid planks of tbe platform pat forts), j - CoastsTMcr- C'l Vallaadighaai nfami to vol j d ait at 01 a to nan th abeddiug of a drop, of Aevericta kkwi la Ui rebellion, and jet, hi Mtuwers, in New Txktaud,la el aosteey lusUae wbera bei hav aUesuitad t creaU t- uprising itfeiuet lb GoxtrniSoaVf Current News. It v t Information has bee received from lb Array of tb rotornec, that affairs were apparently' unchanged. . Kotblng U trans-, pi ring to indicate any immediate activ op erations. Tbe enemy la la slreegth on the onth side of the IUpidsn. General II ill's entire corps is supposed to be there. Tbe enemy's pickets ar oa tb north and wst of our line. A ferns! bread riot occurred In Mobil on the 4tb of September.-- The llth Ala bene Ri giment was ordered to put down th dmturtmnc, bnt . they refused lo do doty. ; Tbe Mobile Cadeta then tried their hand, end were defrated and forced to fly, Peaceful measutes finally quieted tb famine stricken women. Tbe rioters openly pro claimed their determination, if some means were not devised to relieve their suffering or to stop the war, to bura th whole city. Tbe paroled icksburg prisoner! at Mobile are suffe-ing the greatest hardships for want of care end food, and openly declare that if they are forced into the field again they will leave in tbe first battle. '' War Bktwekr Ekclakd akd Jap am. Tiie wentoo attack recently made upon American and E gli-h vessels In Japanese waters by order of Prince Satsuma, one of the semi independent Princes of Japan, by ro means proves that the Government of tbe tycoon had in any way cbangtd its friendly sentiments toward foreigner. It ouly shows that the native party, at tbe bead of which is Prince Satsuma, were de termined npou tbe expulsion if the foreign ers, whatever policy the Tycoon might choose to pursue. . ... t. , . ,, t' f ' : Charleston Startik The following paragraph from th Charlotte (S.C.) Bul letin speaks volume : 1 We again apeal to the people of N. Car olina to g ve what help ibey can to tbe starving popolafloo of Cnalestoa. We dislike exposing tbe necessities of 00 r people, bnt our friends can furnish bread ft avert star vation, and we believe they will do it when they know h absolutely necessary. Supporters . r Vallakdigbam. An Ohiojouraol mentions aa among the promi nent supporters of Vallandigbam for gover ns r, the London Times. Governor Seymoari Jefferson Davis. Washington Hunt. Gener al Bragg, the Boston Courier, tbe Rich mond Enquirer, Fernando Wood and tba Charleston Mercury .With such a list of supporters ibis ticket out to secure to vol oi every copperhead and every enemy of I WUUU IU fcUlO OISIS, UVUUI tt Will. The indications are that Geueral debo fitld of Kansss, will not be removed, at the s ilicitation of the commi'.tees, from Kansas and Missouri. A, receptQ 0f n0g8i4n officers took place in New York on the lit. Fifteen re giments formed tbe escort, and the number of spectators along the route of tbe proces sion is said to have reached one hundred thousand. At tbe City Hall the official welcome was teudered, and the guest re viewed tbe military., , Precious Tevtwont. Denying, disown ing, and refusing to publish Douglas' last and almost dying testimony aa to lb otter causelessneas of the rebellion, and tbe doty of loyal men to unite in subduing it, it is natural for Vallandigbam papers to try to saddle the mighty dead with the indorse ment of the great Ohio Copperhead. To this end they publish a letter dated Jn.3J,1860 from Dong las, profession confidence in Val, laudigbam. Fire and faggots could not 1 have got such a letter from tbe "little gian:" after Vallandigbam bad assumed bis position witb Ureckiuride. liuruett audi other traitors. The Abolitionists t Caused the War. When you hear a peaceoian talking about tbe Abolitionists causiog the war, and jastifyii g the rebels in that way, read to him the follow ing extract from tbe speech of A. II. Stephecs. Vice Piesident of tbe bogus Confederacy, de livered in tbe Georgia Convention against tbe ordinance of secession : , M What right has the North assailed ! What has been denied ? and what claim fonnded injustice and right has been with held J Can either of you tday name one single act of wrong, deliberately and pnr posely done by tba Government at Wash ington, of which the South has a right to complain ? I challenge the answer." John A. Bikohah declined tbe Florida Judgeship because bis health would not permit bim to go there In tbe summer. He offered to accept if be could be allowed leave of absence till wanted, bnt the Bom ber of admiral'y case already accamnlated compelled an arrangement for ao immedi ate adju.tment. Tbe Grand Lodge of tbe United States of the Independent Order of Odd Felloe a met in Baltimore on the 21st iost. All the States were represented except Virginia, North Carolina, Son lb Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, A: katis is and Texas Delegates from Ten nessee, which was not represented in tbe last aud preceding se-sions of tb grand body, were in attendance. Tbe British American provinces are under tbe jurisdic tion of tbe Grand Lodge of lb United States, aod sent representatives. . General Robert Anderson state to the War Department that he has yet lo bis posseasion tbe flag he baoJed down from Sumter. It has never left bit custody. Union Meetings. Rock Creak Saturday evening, Oct. 3d, E B W ood bury aad J D Ensign. TrambaH Oeoter Mosday evening, 0t. 5, W " O UowU aod 0 8 Bimoads. Dorset Meeday evening, Oct. 6th, W p flow - Uad aad A Foat. &V Weok Toead.v evening, Oct. 6tb, CB 8uwoodaa4 A lUUogg. . . UarUgrev Wadaaaday vnleg, Oct 7th, ) D Knsiga aad H 0 II Dadtey. - .1 Rome Friday evening. Oct tth, H G B Dad tey and O Wbitoay. Eajrlevill Tbaraday vening, Oct. 8th, E B Wedbory aad U S Biaaooda, ' Sept 7 la, 1863. vV.UJJowaua, D.8. Waob, t U , .. Jambs Rho, , , . , , Lvmar Ctraria, ' Bvnsar Kslsst, , -, ')., - , 1 I y , ' , Central Cooioiittee. t r , . It is aadarsto4 that these aiealings will b belJ at tb usual plac of holding aao aseet inga, or a tb eitjssn of each localitv may seiaet. ' " ' "" " " " ' ., t Thos Daw goods of Mrs. AlsaaiAiu ar now ready t b admired. . , . ''.:! Da - Bobmb, known t r rdrs ft hi oaoectlon aa asadi-at with Dr. Babbitt. U wiC; so by a-d la tbk paper, hat estab libed himself lo Madison. [From the Nashville Union.] [From the Nashville Union.] THE DAY OF FREE SPEECH---THE [From the Nashville Union.] THE DAY OF FREE SPEECH---THE ABOLITION OF WHITE SLAVERY. t- , it "-Thank God detontTy lof thie new era In lenneoaeee. Jrue, it has eoat the toe of property and lire, th desolation of many a honiec the sheddine of th blood ol manv citisene, both patriots and traitors. But th noerty 01 speech, th breaking of th chains wnicn ao long lound, not th tiodiea not in verv soula of bar white rftiitaa Jiav been cheaply purebaaed, by what -would b for any other worMly irood loo baavv owiey.- Prtor to tba breaking out of lb rebellion, did fre speech and aire preea really esist In Ibis State? Did candidates for office high r low, dar 10 ay: "I doubt lb policy. inst tee and eonony of slavery, and would ilea to ae it removed from onr midac" No maa could have carried a single county In th tale, who should hav ventured a eantimeut ao frightfully "radical." It would hav sealed his political death warrant Mechan Ice, tradesmen professional men, teachers and laboring men wer permitted to say, with impunity, f I think tbe steam engine is cure. I regard, the threshing machine and aubeoil plough aa nuisances. I dont believe in lailroado, and I think religion is a humbug. I believe tba Whiff party, or the Democratic party, are hot beds of corruption I think it would be a blessing if all the churche were pulled to the ground I believe colleen and female academies ar unmitigated evils.": And so one eould go on railing, abusing and villifying every law, system institution and custom of tbe Com monwealth, earing and excepting always the system of negro slavery. People might take exception to one's view, and attempt, d to controvert tbem, tut still any oti or all of tliea views, could b expressed in 1 f nneesse and their holders b Unmolested. But name slavery iu like manner, and a thousand eye in an ineiani are oiacing ai me. oaring c.cna er with malignant fire, and lrnch law usual terminated th audaciova utterance. No man was suffered to attack slavery, although only one man in thirty owned slaves. Discussion of this subject was a forbidden thing. Il wa to b accented by every on aa humbly aa if it had been a gift from heaven. While none were permitted to speak or write against slavery, orators and newspapers all over th Stnte were making iudamatory speeches in its behalf. ' Slavery, strange to tell, claimed and exercised t lis right to agitate the State, wad at lh earn time, with the voice of a tyrant commanded the State on its peril not to agitate slavery! Slavery was higher than the State 8lavery was the tyrant, despot, unquestioned, nnr-.a. trolled dictator of the Statel 1 It ro'.cd th college; it ruled th pulpit: it, ruled 1b counting room; yea, it r,d th humblest workshop like a bty minded Nero, resol ved to rule w'.inout a rival Do ws exag gerate? V e do not; ws have fallen short of, Tattler than gone beyond th liutn. ..What was th consequence of all this insolent despotism, which bridled every mouth and every newepaper in the Stale? Why, the non slaveholder were afraid to allow themselves the luxury of a moment's independent thought They trembled like Persian slave at the nod of the merciless master who reigned over them., Infidel club were tolerated; books and pamphlet in defense of Atheism, Mormon ism, Mes merism, Spirit rapping, were circulated openly; Jews, Gentiles, Mohammedans, and the thousand and one sects of Christianity eould all proclaim their own views and de nounce those ot all other people, but the non slaveholder dared not open his lips against slavery. This is no exaggeration, no extrav agant picture; it a plain unvarniched truth. Tiie lim'e, the bones and muscles .of the negro wer enslaved, but a bondage more galling than corporeal bonJag enslaved ths white ciiixena of this Commonwealth. The white man wa only tree in name, while in fact he was the slave of a worse bondage than negro slavery. The slavery of soul is worse than that of the body. Jt is.mor degrading, mora de grading, more oppressive, and harder to throw oft - It follow it unhappy victim everywhere, deeping and waking, in public and in private, in church, market and farm. What are the pains of the overseers hub to the sense of humiliation, oi tbe lose of man hood, winch he must feel who is the victim of mental slavery. ' 41 on-slavebolders, surely yon feel that this white slavery baa lasted long enough, and that this is a moat propitious time to throw off the fetters which have o long enthralled not only your bodies, but your very souls. Dar to act and think for yourselves hence forward. Tell the slaveholder that you are his equal in all respects, and that you will di-cias and inve tigate freely every question which he investigates and dismisses, ato claim your Ireedoin openly. Tell the despots who have so long subjugated you that yon will be free.. FROM THE SIXTH CAVALRY. CAMP NEAR WARRENTON, VA., September 12, 1863. to run sditcm or rat hmntikbl: Asa rale, th fortunes of tb 6th O. V. C. hav not been very sever in losses in killed and wounded or prisoners although they have performed a great amount of duty, and oft have mingled in deadly strife with onr traitor foes; but a day of ill fortune will some time overtake tbe seemingly moat favored, and of such a day I am now obliged to write oor friends at borne. . On the 1st., while on picket duty at Or leans, ten mile out toward Manassas Gap, from this village and on tbe Rappahannock River., A patrol of forty-nine men and offi cer inclusive under command of Maj. John Cryor were sent out six or seven mile to Barber's Cross Roads. .. Tbe same route bad been patrolled for several days, but nothing bad heretofore occurred of a serious nature, and aa usual lb patrol passed along too near tb wsual plac for forming squadron before returning, without discerning anything out of the way, and as the Major wa about to give tb command "form squadron," s glimpse wa had of tb "Gray Backa," who all at one from a dense pine thicket opened a tremendous volley, sending lead like hail all along and through the whole column. ' Il wa ao sudJea and unlocked for, it is a wonder tb command wr not nearly all killed, or at least tbrowa into utter confusion and all taken prisoner at once, for we were furrooaded by hundred. Bat aot so oely on maa (Ford) waa killed, Major Cryor and a or two others wounded and on bora killed. The column eooly stood their ground aad returned terrible fir upon lb concealed fo a wall a they could; but iaa ill luck wowld hav it many of th pieces missed Br no fault of th boy however,' though a bad feature,' and oi course cauied little confn eion. - Simultaneously witb the first fir' of th guerrilla for such they proved to be, di mouaied in the thicket a larg squadron dashed in ahead of our column, and another made a dash . in Iroea another owoeaJmot ao aa to divid our fore. A quick as thought SergeaM Was. Barrett in command of tb advanc Liejai. Shephard having been cat off gav the command "Draw aa bra, aad iaataatly the gliaWaiag weapon that ao oA bar aot dread aad death into lb traitor raaka wer flying la tb air aad ar brav comrade war dashing with terri ble power through tb ranks of tbriee their number, and luckily without loss. Th ntxl thought waa Jo rejoin their oomridsa who Wr with th Major, and being preoved bak towardi lamp, , Rallying, thsy ba'rged like Infuriate tiger back throSgh tba jcoafused 1 and frightened rebels, and then dashed 00 1 into th fle'd and pressed forward. The road and woods were full of Gray backs for thres miles, and tb crack of carbine and pistols, and clash of abr wer oonstan I j mingled with tb sf y)la of the gnerril ' j la. .After fighting our -way for over three mi!, 8ergeent Barrett- thinking all wer passed, mad a dash with his weary, jaded command, to regain th road back to camp; but her agaij they encountered a fresh lot of th hated guerrilla, who ordered th lit. Il band to halt and suntnJerV "Snert waa the ready answer, ae the bloody sabre flew into tbe air and "charge boy charge th devilaT rang out clear upon the irt and again they' cam down upon tb trembling, hesitating traitors and soon they had passed them, but now not so lucky. Sergt Shaffer wa shot through th body, and Sergt Wm. Barrett, who bad o bravely led hi noble band wa shot through th shoulder and fell from bis bore. ! Th tray ould beer to leave so brav a comrade on tb field, and ought to save and bring him off, but that was more than could bs dons safely, for lbs guerrillas were well mounted and gathered ae fast that they could not get away and wer obliged to surrender at last , Major Cryor, though badly , wounded, fiinally reached camp witb a part of bis board. - Th rebele suffered - severely and we suffered enough; yet it is surprising lo all that such aa escape wa made with th overwhelming odds of six or eight toon, and the enemy in cnoeen amousn. - ine re Del nnng waa shameful, bnt even that lucky fact, nothing but' the coolest and most determined bravery- could have done what our little band did that day. Once they were completely sur rounded. At another time Sergeant liar- ret a'nd Shaffer leaped their horses from a ledge teo feet high, striking fair and right aide up twenty feet from it base. r Whea tbe rebels started back, Maj Whits an old man, with long, curly, flowing hair and heard, commanding tbe rebel force or dered Sergeant Barrett to mount and go along, but the Sergeant refusing,' b threat ened to despatch him there, but the coward ly threat waa of no avail the Sergeant would not go, and the old Major left him after taking from hi pockets and also from tbe others what money and valuables they nan. . . Our ambulances were soon on - the giound and brought in the dead (Ford) and wounded. Sergeant Shaffer was shot through the body, and died at 1 o'clock that night He did not think he was going to die, but lay ehatting cheerfully with a brother soldier until - past twelve o'clock, when turning upon his side he fell into an easy sleep, and in half an hour his noble spirit had passed beyond all wars and strife. Samuel J. Ford waa inHtantly kills I at the first fire. Two or three were wounded that were taken prisoners. (Taylor and L. P. White, surely ) The wounded are at the hospital and doing well when we last beard. . To sum up: .' Major John Crvorwounded in tbe knee; Private Samuel' J. Ford, Co. B, killed; Serg't Frank Shaffer, Co. G, killed; Serg't Wm. Barrett, Company G. wounded; Emory J. Lackey, B, u L P. White, prisoner, " D, M Taylor, " B, " Prisoners.- Lieut Shepherd, Company I; Serg't Ralph Fowler, u Q; . Corp'l Geo. Williams, " ' " Lemuel Granger, Priv. Geo. S. Thorpe Wm. Shible, " John A. Cameron, II u u u . " Koliert Barrett, . . Robert McLane, " ; " Frank L. Kinnoman," " " James Koark, " Seldon Scare, " u " Richard S. Cooley, u " u Shannon Harmon, " " Serg't David Sears, M B; pr;T. Bush, a " Peter Moore, " " " John Burns, u u Bugler Norman Brown, " - D; Priv. Patrick Cox, " " " Robert Lowry, M " " Geo. Hayes, " Wm. R. Davidson, " " Charles Tucker. " " Our Brigade baa just returned from a reconnoisance through Upperville and out as far aa MidJIaburg, near Aldie, but noth ing wa see of any account except dust, which made tbe boys look like grey-beards. And now our whole Division (Gen. Gregg,) ha gone over the Rappahannock with four daye ration. It looks like winding op tbe rebel army; etill no one here has thought of ol an advance just yet, and this may not be for that purpose. But of course our brav but modut Commander doe not wish to b left out here alone in the cold, ,. . - The continual good war new has a pow erfully cheering influence noon this armv. We feel that all is going on well, and ere long there will be no work for tbe accursed VaTlandigham traitor clique to do. The r 1 1 1 , 1 -. 1 leeung amuug an auiuiera 10 outer oeyona expression, against mil and everyone who in their foolishness, or "danlUhntee" are contin ually doing all they can to embarraaa tb Administration and injur th power or th Union by crying "Peace! Peace!" If they have any love for th Union and Constitu tion, they will stop at one and toreyer their snake-like twisting and wrangling, and give their support like true men and noble Amer ican citizens, lo tbe brave and valiant soldiers now in tb field. Yea, atop that disgusting and little lea than traitorous whining, and our armies will ere long show them a "peace that ia worth having, causing them lo shrink away ia utter shame and we hope profitable repentance for the fearful and dreadful injury they have done the best Govererneut and cause on earth. Jino, under the Proclamation of tba no blest and best of Presidents, we have a real caute of "Universal Freedom." It ia a causa now in which a soldier may well be proud to fight suffer and die. The future beams up in effulgent brightness of promts of greater bl wis,i through a .truly free government, tin s waa ever before vouchsafed to men. Let ua but win the day, and tbe long quiet but Irving hope aud deire of those 'Great Falnr'rthet "Our Country would yet b free, will be really and fully accomplished. Giv u your support, then, people of Ohio! Cbr us by your good wish and aatriotie word. Ciieer wa by rightfully and justly watalning our . govemmsat Cheer aa by your tneaaage from a loved bom filled witfeih nobis spirit of encouragement. Cee a once and forever ia lb aam of all lov of country, of humanity, of liberty, of Christianity, eeaa yonr support of that vileat of ta vile Ihadjoowerdlv aud deep dyed traitor thai thing f ail thing detest ed by soldiers Vallandigbam. My band t ramble aa 1 writ hi blackened ama. Tba thing that boasted that b voted aot a dollar fo pay poor soldiers, aot a dollar to av oor eountryl Come outl you tbal have been lost ia such vile company, be men aud patriot 1 one more. Give u yonr rlg3 band aupport. Let Ohio redeeaa mvmII and bright aad parity her outboa, aa w to wsr I sn,iw ' " , ' ' ' ealea 87 . io tic of of to of tb as ' . WIU eate W old. my , ' :'' Bis be aa Baa ; e Jo by V-r Dawa wie VreJfcweV a Ub She er - WoA raiV roan Ike aa eoyf, i' .; y. , Uj eat .' - . i,-,. f -root. (be eaUle- ef Fssaeoea. aa E. O. B. Co. A, 6th O. V. C. The eirerJ of nremlnma at on T.t-naf.tM y r r - n r Fair will appear la full In our next lean New Goon art bain reoelriL h 1 r f ( J. rival, by FIaskbij. k So. Tbey will gtt liin speak of them next week. Th peat week or two baa brought a no news of the slightest Interest Cleveland Market. THURSDAY, October 1, 1863. E&.SS 1 saa u. nnIO ottra at SAW I 00 bhla So at M I l(W hha An i ; n sou oisonm m sa,ie, aoa loo oms onra al I,T WHIAT Markat iMltM, iMrtir an lower. Oa Re Sbaofa tola awralnf tbare wan aalleri at ll.1V fcal ao ev en, ao ae aalos bare booa Manilas atoso, CORN-Ia Hf M raie4 aa Msfcer. WeeeoM tbekj aiayUs lEPS TtmoUiT UqoiatS,SMll7a. BUTTKR Tb atarkot nmatn Sna at 10)01 fttr Western BiMrTo Oj latter for ebotoa totata esisa yaoliagts. IOOS-Samaaataa4rat I. f I , ! DRIRD APPI.X QnUt at SMOSSe. - , I BAI,T-Stoaretta,M lot Sao, aa4 at, a eeerse a gneod solar. . , , Oil. Carboa renalD trm al SViMS. Li doom sails at - New York Market—Oct. 1. COTTON Markat Inner iala at HQSle M Middllof t bada. ' ri.OrR Market anecttlr. Irrrmlar as Ine to SO lower! at 4,AeJ.e tot rrlra atata WV,no,ll lor oitn roane aoopea uuw fe,woe.i aw ueoa araeaa. aaraei aloalDg Sail. WHRAT Market very brar? and t to 4 OFiit. tnwor sain at 1,1J1,I for old CMmra aprinr ; I.I3:S for Mllwauka elab $I,371,84 "or Winter rod Waatera. CORN Markat art) -a, wttk swodr price aala at ) tor ablpplof aaixod Waatera aSual, Ma la store. OATS Market atradj f aalaa al SSogia for Weaana.- WOOL Very aetln I aaras Baa at tSQIQt, as larg aalaa tjreig ao prlnta tonne. OOI.D Irrrrolar aod anaattlrd. Oaanina at 40V, adraw to and aloaing quiet at UH. Wrecks or Homakitt Wht Snoct.n Tntr Bixil The excitement of " tbe chasa" has al way been supposed to bare a healthful tendency; but there is a kind of chat which breaks down tbe constitution, debilitate tb frame, and shortens life. We mean tbe bead loag, unintermit ing hunt after "the almighty dollar," which is tbe great business characteris of tbe present day. It beget other evils (unnecessary to name) which precipitate the fate thousands. There is, however, a possibility recovery from tbe prostration prod seed by these eauses, long after their victim has ceased hope for it 1 f . w are rightly informed, the most astonishing cures of wnat is called general weakness and debility, which have ever been known in tbis country, have been effected tnrougb tbe aganey of Doctor Holloway's in estimable remedies. Mere skeletons of men, ont whom tbe very principle of vitality seemed have been drained, bave been restored to health and vigor by the operat'on of the Pills; and of the Oiutment, in cases of paralysis, rheu matism, Ae., we bor an equally favorable ac count. If men uvilt break down their encrgiee over exertion if in their anxiety to "ga ahead, tbey will override tbe most precious of God's blessings, health it is "ell tbey should know how to repair tbe mischief, when tley come at last to realise tbe Tact ortbeir premature decay. Tbe wrecks of humanity, who withont any par ticular disease, appear to be sinking fram mere exnau8tation, would find, without doubt, imme diate relief from Doctor remedies. Phil Tribune. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. - UUKNS, Demist, Madiaon. Ohio, Knot lo U Brtek Block one the Foat OOee. Opanuona wemnuxi sua enarges reaeanaM. llaat of rrraranoaa giTon. ' .1 Ijt-TIS. BASKETS J. BOURN & Co,' To tot Grain Baskets, Of ty cents each. SMITH 4 GILKET. Aabtabala, October 1st, 1S8S. Zt 71X NEW BARBER SHOP. The uh aeriliar ba oena a Barhar 8hoa lo tba ma hum Rlno'a saloon, nni door to tba bank, wbara ba eora, bj a tborooirhaaqiiaintaneewilbbla kahm, linw altoalioa to cainnaMra, ano a aanma nanaatu or thrar naada an haefca. to raaab tbafr approbation, and draw frota tbalr will iof puraaa tba maaai of ma huueat liriag. in at a rail HARMON EVSR. Aihtabala, gaptanibrr SOta, lStU. SU71S. LIST of Letter .Remaining- iu the Pol Offlea, AahUbnla, OUe, Oat. 1st, US. . EMiarM iaa Clara Orr Min LneiaD Batter Watlor Co rrindla Mlaa Aacelkas Brown Mrs Martha Kkwla M r Jurtaoo Hiram fkiata Edwar 8owar Mra Elin M , Taflt Trrpnen I Morgan M A TimM Uka Rartta Mtlta Jnarpb ;- Wabbar Irinea Nobis Joaoph . W right Mia Umlj A Faraona ealling lor the abora, will plteee aar aitTsa-nsaa H. HARRIS, t. M. Wine Plants. , 70B MAKIKO AMERICAN SHERRY. 0 HA VI NO gron this plant extensively, an made a large quantity of the Wine, I am prepared te rurnbh Uie KooU by Um Ihoaaeod, or ia each qaaotiliea as soil puohasera : also, tba Wtno, which ia highly rseom. aaaadod by oar boat Fhy.idana for IU Medicinal qDlltiw, aa bring a pure rentable and aiffualra attinuiant, bating deli, and dalieioua Saaur, not excalled by tba boat gharry inaa of Europe so oonpeteat jadgos aay. It ia vary preduetite, yielding t0 gallons of wine the Sret eaason from aaah root. Tbiee Tbonaand root, eaa ba est par eare, and tba wine readily aaUa for S3 per ssiloo, at one year Many paraons are making large proAU'roei the sale of rnota. For farther particular atad .tamp for a circular. fJT Aoaara Waktss. Address, K. C. LEONARD, Btngbamtoa, BrooaM County, N. T. October Ut, 1M3. - to7l. Pulmtmary Contitmjition Curable JXstaM. ; a card: ; to c0nsumptive3. v , ' :o: ' ;. ' ' I'''' THE undersigned having been restored tesjsaltb la a w wetka, by a nry simple remedy, after hftrlng euftared aararal yaara wiik a eerera long eaaetioa, aad dread dleraao, Coaaowfition, ta aaxioea to make kaowa te fcllow-aalTerera th mean of oar. To aU wboiieaire tt, be will esnd e eopy of the preecription aaad (free of eharir), with tbe dtraetiona (or preparing end aatog tbe same, which they will Snd a ear sera (or Consoar vioji, Aareeia, Bbobcbitis, CoceHS, Colm, ka. The only ebjastof theedrertiaer ka arndlng Um Prescription la te base st Um afllietcd, and aprea iafonoatioe which be onoeaiaoe te InTeluabie I and he honea erery enflarer wUI try bit remedy, H wtU eaat tbem nothing; and may Brora a Meaning. rartM wlabing tba nra-erition will please addreaa, Kar. kiiwaku a. W11JHIM, WUlianabargb, Kisg Ceenty, New York. T1S: emoa. rJ?IIAT GOOD TIME II AS COME LOOK HERE ! H. O. T OMBE S base Sxtngorer bieOroerry ft rroalsioa Store, and baa made tt whet Ashtabula has long needed, . A Fiut Class Family Grocery Store I RebrtenAatekeapeaerytktsf la bis line of the eboleoot kin, tits goods abail be right la erary respect. Toe will elwayaasdathbatore XXX, XX aa alagle Boer, with arieaa to uonaepend te the quality. Heme af bis own Oareiaglalao rrk aerahaaad by hbaaalf, warranted Cora-fed. ... , , AUo, all atbar kloda of Preriaioee and Qroeaties, together with aoraa fee, Oata an Cera. He boaaa an aaaortmial af OU aw PainU; else, Italia an Bdware, aa, ft. , t. Coat anaUarbo OUe, and ,.. COAL OIL I. A MP SI wiU ba ftmn nt kts etora. of all nriaea as analitiaa. In short, he iuleada to supply tbe want of the people, as boavad U hwp ap with Um limaa. . .... . Be fceelleol ta Aahmbnla about 1 eased ia the Oratory baniaim tar th hut ran, and the aaewiodf ae haa acquired of the waa ta of the peeele, aad ks a-hme he he been engaged. ' Maintain Store ami Goad, adapted lo thatr waata. To do aa, labia hlgtiaat nmblWoa a4BwUllaOTeaeawtaatrie te aattefy aa plaaaa his eaatoaMia. He raap atfally nUetta aVare at k aaWoaage of at fct toa? attiiaai. II. 0. TOMBBS, , Aehtebela, April IS. tSS. u I Ut Agent for the sale of all fciod Als.r.rUdd'tAaealMtheaaleer , L1JYSEED OIL th bht PtUe U eanaaeoad wrth Cleveland sad Ciaata- The Hotipvr Lgear Oven, Air Tight pOOKlNQ 8T0VE, for Wood or Coal adapted I Gir at aeaatrj aa. . , , The great Wonder rf Store of the Agel .... ..5 Oemblnlng arory taetUtf fbe ail th Tsrtetle at Ceakkaf Burpaming ell an lira iaveatioaa la tra anaeria eparertoa nreoUcel unmaiy. S aiaaa uare Tone, end 8 tenaiea Tone. Maa Isolated by Voal ft Ce, Alhaay, T. Mo Qi'ix., Aibtabul O. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALB r Lawdts as Tseat. i ' Ashtabula Comtno rieaa, Jo Term, 186 J. . Oaarn Half.x- acataat William Cieakttt aod ether. J Order of Pal, I31 Y vlrtoe of aa ORDER of SALE olr taansd from sal Cent, la th aonr eea. te at dlrsetad, I will. offer Sir mi by way or pnblle aeetloe, at lb Court lleeee, la Jaflejaoa, Aahtabala County, Ohio, Oa Saturday the Ilk day e JYou JI.D. '63 Betweea tbe hour of M and 4 o'clock ot aald day, tb fol lowing eeeerlbed Laada and Tenement, to wit I AapVeiaedeti EDWAHD A. WKKHT,8hrlfr,a . . i-. . Bpetlal Maa tor tVmmlmtnn.r aherlSS OIRca, My SOOj, taoS. IIS. I" taxbi rvn sa. Notic to the 'Ta Foyers tf JLsklaluU Countu. rpitB 'kmnnn't of Taxe cnsrired on hu -- Duplicate of Aahtabala County lor the year IMS, and tb rata oath Dollar ?uluaUea U mifto I a foUews, W Sltl t , . ITATtUTT. Oanarnl Revenue.. a. ....... ...... .1 J Sinking run. 1 War CakM Loan,, .............. ... a , State Common Beheel. . . ......... 1 ao SeldJera Kallef V....... 1 M ' , a pa OOPMTT l.tvr. flnnata ......... ... ' , InSrmary "...'."..'.." SO Brltre ,...,,..,,.,,...,. f i . VoluntM Beawty. .... .11 ,,'..' 1 SS Total eonnty. g Total Stat snd county. ................ TowrtaHir levies. , 1 1 I 51 Alhtabula. - Bnr AuUnburg.,... Andover ..., Ilenmark ...... Genera - Vlllaf. ... Barperaftcld .. Jaffaraou.. . . - Bor .... Klnftrtlte . ... Lenox New Lyme Morgan .....- - " Bor Monroe .. Poraet r terpoat . . . . Rome Cenneaot , . . . Bor Sheffield .. . Trumbull Williams, aid... Wayne Windaor Ha j brook Orw.ll Celcbrook .... Cherry Valley.. Rtchmend . , . . , HartaaToee .... Flrawuta .... 1.24 is 10 14 16 10 40 4,sn as s S.SK4 4 4 8,1X6 03 1.16 . l! 1.00 . a .T . t .36 .06 . 4 .16 .06 .74 IS TO 4,182 8 1 .85 .89 l,zl 71 T t.2 ea s 101.40 13 0O2,4u 73 It 44 10 SO 14 lol 4.IVS 16 S i.lm l 31.TS 1.001 x,sn SI f Ut 4S S 3,11 60 3,00 DO f 3,64 64 M4 84 T 4.SS7 OS 11 IS 10 M . SI sol 11 so .4A .46 . .Si ,u .SO . 7 I. 1 11 SO 1. 1 l.OOl IS SM SI . 4 .36 1.16 . 4 . 4 .46 11 40 10 S4 1,WW sv 74 3.013 06 .1i .40,12 60 .60 11 24 . 1 .6011 40 WJI 01 I 3.S06 71 2,107 SI 1 .i 1- .60 13 SO .4 1 .60 1 75 II S II SO . a . . 6 I.S6 .60 .60 v.ns so a 3.00 4 T .til Ml - . s .60 .60 11 60 3,433 74 4 s.oo . 7 IS 60 4.8W SS M3 SS T 8.3HS 04 .61 10 66 11 SO . 1 .86 .841 4, .601 13 742.S14 18 S s .S6 .60 IS 20 12 4 3.424 48 1 J if 26 .60 -ol 3.208 1 11 0 ijsn 47 eo,tl eotM S3 Snm Total. . , .$117,41 SS eWkadaeS.nmrIMarbta. The bray Par wed purpoaa bains meetly paid in labor, ia not inelndad la the total Slate, eonnty, en Township kmc aa given above. Tba amount of tax levied for tb aararal para oara ar as trilevs: . STATE TAX. . ., filarial Revenue. ............ , Pinking rend . . , War Union l.oan. State Common School. Coldter RalUd , ,2 47 13.4ft Ul , 8.3S7 IS 12,508 1 I , 47 Hs o a COCNTT TAX. 1 Ctaunty Fund. . .. Infirmary Fnu- -' Bridge Fund. . . . Balloing Fund. Voluntas! Bounty S4 4)1 2B a .. 4,810 28 3,406 11 T 37,413 23 ' 140,044 TOWNSHIP TAX. 8.414 OS 4 7 Stw 98 S . . . 4,818 88 S Township Funds . Teachers Fnnda . . School Fnnd ether f in,raa- aw z Road Fund......... 1.034 M 1 Boroagb Fund 1.00 6S 8 Mhaeeoueieoof 1863 and Penally S64 It Total. , .$117,681 SS APrOlJNTMENTS. Colehreek Monday. . . . .'. . . . . .October I Wayne Tuesday... S Waal WilHamald Tuaaday Eve " S WUIhunaftaid Centre.'. ..Wadneaday 7 Andover .Thnraday 8 Richmond .Friday ............ . a Harpont. ....... ....Jtararday. " IS Orwell.. Monday a 2 At any omee la JeOtraoa from Oct. 11 te tb 3flth. Windaor Cbrnera. . .....Taeaday ........ ... ' IT Hartagrove Centre. .... .Wedneadny. mm . " 26 TrumbnH Centre. .... ..Tbnraday.. .... 2 H arpetaVId Centre. .... .Friday " - 8 Oenevn Village. ataroay 81 Paybronk, Xheramn'a Co.. Monday November 1 Klngavllle VilUge Toeaday - Ceaneant Wadneaday ' , 4 REMARKS. Unite States Bete and Treasury good money nil be reiialrcd tor taaas. The law requlrea tbe SVet halt ae Deeamber vnntaTlment tn ba paid by the 20th day of lieoamber, (or tbe whole at option) and it ia hoped the tax-payera will pay early, aa tt can aot be expected Uis whole eaaaty (aa b waited aa, ia the last twa er three dare. Octoher 1st, IKS. - 73.' I at af NOTICE TO TEACHEJia EXAMINATION of Teacher will be held st the following named place as hereafter state. bswltt Jefferson, October 6th, 1843, st th Court House. - Oeaeva, Oet. 12th, at tbe oebool Hons. . . drwalL Oet. 2tb. at tb Academe. ' Klngavllle, November 2nd, at tba School rtariont, Nov. 7th, nt the School Honse. Anatinburg, Nov. Sth, at tha Hehaol Hoaae. ' Aodover Center, Nov. 14th, nt the School Hones. - ' ,. Ashtabula. Nov. 2lrt, at the School House. Rock Creek, Nor. 38rd, at ths School House. ' " ' ' Llndenville. Not. 14tb, at th School Heua. Jeffanma, IWeembar 7th, at tbe Court Houaa. ' JcnVraou, Dee. 37th, at tha Court House. By order of the Board of School Examiners of Asbtnbala County. W. P. HOWLAND, Clerk. 14171) . BOOTS AND SHOES. , , I AM now in receipt ot my FALL and WINTER Stock of BOOTS and 8H0E3, bought foe CASH, and which wUI ba aold at Um eery lowest possible per cant, far Cash ar Prodoos. My stock aaastal ia part as (OllOWt I '',!!, 14 nun cn. torn-made thick boots. eaeea boya do do do- ' 8 eaae youtha do do. ernes seats' calf boot. 4 eases boys' do do. S easas women'e mlMaa aad children's calf Balmoral bootesa. A large stock of ladiaa moneeo and (oat tipped Bslmoral aeoteea. j SuO pair women's tad misses half Balmoral. 100 pair lasting gaiters ladies', missaa'.and cnildren. A full etock of Children' Shoes, all aixaa aad atyiea. ' Siva and boya' calf Oxford lies and brogann. Oentloman'a and ladlea rubber, pluab, aad buffalo Ove aboee, ehi Idraa'a eacka, 4s. all of which 1 offer oa the most liberal terms. Also a good 8toexr ." HATS AND CATS, Oroerrtce, Crockery. Well Papers. IP sets of Ladles' Fan, alio a Bar extra Mafia, cheap for the time. J. P. BOBEBTIOH, Ashtabula, Sept. 21st, IMS. 718 NOTZOB. OUL1NDA V. EDGERTON. of Eaton, la the County ef Madla, m the Stata of New York, la nodded that Henry O. Edgertna did, oa tbe 17th day ef Sep tember. A. D. 18X3. Sic bla natitioo in thaoOee of th Clerk af tba Court of Common Plea within and for th Ceaaey af A .b tabu la ana stale ur into, enargtng um aaM ariuaa v. aVifertoa with wilful abne for mora tha One year last nasi, and aebine that ha atr be divorced from the aaid Or indn V. Edgerloa, whiah palralaa will etaa for hcarasf at UM next term ef aM tara. imteu rwpa. inn inns. HENBT O. XOUEKTON. StTlT By Shermaa ft Farmer, bu A tier nays. INTERNAL REVENUE .p," ; taxbs. : . TIIE! Assessor' of the ltb Collection IHatriet af the Setle of Ohio boring readsre as cm bis Aaaual OeUeeUoa Uet, eommaaeiag Hay 1, 1868, ef all par auaa withia Mid diatrUt aaoie te pay Ualted Slalaa Dutiaa ac Taxea, accordlag la the prevnajoas ef aa eat saiitls Aa Aot aa peovhle Internal Reveaue te euppast um Oeveraamat and to Par Interest apoa the Public Debt," approved July 1, aa th suMudnieiil nod saeplaaneaia theiues t ' ' Koiio i Hereby Given I Ta all parmaa Usate t par sack dutiaa er knee witb i a the euaby ol Aahtabula, la aaid Stata, that the aaid atls aad Uaea bave baeeeaa dae aad pay able, aad that (be asms will be recatvad by the uadaretgtmd, ee hi aefalr, al I xu ana inetuatng um i . ' ii : i ' 13th Day of October next J ;v ,. kad alaa at the Probata OfSo ta JeBarsea, aa the 1Kb tad Uthdayaaf October next, and all ) crease who shaU negisct er refuae ta pay tbe dutiaa ar taxes, aa ss sfniaacld smuaad aaaa them, withla the Umc anealned, (hall ba liable Is nay tea par eaat. additional epea the amoaal thereof. Head Uet teeladea the taxe aw liaeaaaa ae rsaaasv sllvar slete. km. Laaal teadar aaoaey H. rASSETT, Collector ISth IHatriet af Ohio. Aeblabale, napt. , laea. 4ITI G RAPE CROP FOU SALE The Suaaarlber haa a Vlaavard of nlu acres, (Ira of which arc la full baeitng.) planted shut tbe laabella aad Catawba varietiae, aew heogtug with a teiariaat, lara an healthy croe ef frail, which will be ripe la about a ceaple ef weeka, watob he wishes aa dtiim af aa the premlees, ee ealMrwiaa, aa amy be eg read epea. Te fruit d laleie w wa mebera, thisepportaniiy taageed eae. Tbe crop may be eaaa eu the Monk ttioga, waa two mliaa eaat of tb fUlase. - JOHN rxKiw. AsUUScpt.l.lt. 714 NOT! i HUM DU1NK! ' ! WJOHLT fcOrTCE PTT CO -Vgk tsValcsl BxtritOsi A PURE' TONIC. - i - ; i J t " I i ' TMat will relUv Ik Atatetesl, um. NOT . MAKE ; DRTJNKAHD3 I S??JtlO r ,J n -til Dj. Hoofland' , Gcrmaa .itten. rilr by !. C. M. JACtfflOlf, tttttsoslptil, P wttl 4 r nVetually an aseat wrtalaly car all iiseeeea arislag; from a .a s-.. m ... Stomacb, or - Kidney.' -r a ,-'J t a. f-.s -l .i ,.. .. . . i ... Tieamnd ef ear eitfaeaa are aaVtag frwm Dyspapila an) IJver tNeeesaa, and to whom the following onretinm applv -we guareata BOOVLANl) 8 GBMMAN lilTTEft will ' "yawcpala astel t,lv Dtaaaaa. ' Te you rise with a aoate tonwne aternlaga, with ha taste la tha seeoth ssd poor appetite Per breakfsel f I ye ' foal wbea yna Sret get ap ao weak and languid yea eea ly get about t- Be ywe baee a llmlame ha the bee a tlw.es. and oftva a dullneas, with heedachs ocoaaleeally t Arc your bowels costive end irregutas, cad appetite cheese able 1 Do you threw up wind from the etomaeh, aad da you aweil np oftaa 1 1H you feel a fullness after aatiae, en elnklng when the stomach la empty I Im you bave beert bura occasionally I Do you feel low spirited, aad wok aa toe dark eiee ef thlnga t Arc you act unusually nervous at times 7 lie yon not beeom reetleae, en ettea sty aatlk . midnight before yoa saa go lo aleep 1 aa thea ai Umc. don't you feel dull sad aleepy awet of um Umel la year skis dry and srely 1 nun sallow t la (hart, Is not year Hf a burthen, full vf forebodings ( . j . ., ; Dr. lloofland'a German Bitters, Wilt ear every ease of Chronic ar Nervee DaWHty, Diaaaa of the Kidneys, and Disease aristae frora a disenlereA stomach. Obeerve the fbtlewlag Symptoms, rsaoliiag Crem Diaerdera , af th Digestive Orwaai , ; Csnsll. patloa. Inward Piles r'alnem or Blna : 1 te the Head, Acidity of tha Hm - ' ameh, Nauaaa, Heanbura, llaruat for rood. Fulnrsa or Weight In ths Stomach, Soar Eructations, Sinking ol fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Harried' and Mffieutb Breathing, Fluttering at tb Heart, Choking ar Sufrneating eenaauoaa wnea in lying poature, vunnssa ei v isieoa. Dot or Wen before the sight, 'ever an? Bmlli Pan . la the Head. Deficiency of Peraptratlnu, YeHee- ' ass ef the Skin nnd Eyes, Paka iu th ''! Bide, Back. Cheat, Limbs, ftc , , , Sadden Fraabes of Heal, ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . .i ' Baraine la th riash. Osastaat Imaglalags of Evil, and gnat Depression otSjirlU. j PARTICULAR NOTICE. ' There ar manv mwwmtioa sold harler the aam of Bit-' ten, pat ap la quart Bottle, enatpeanded ef the sbscpne '' wblaky er eommoa rum, coating from 2 to 4 eaat. per eal ios, the taeta dlegatald by Aalas ar Coriander Seed. Tbis class ef Bitters has eunaod. and will ccalkaee te saasaa ' a loag as they caa be aaid, buad.wds ta die tbe death af the ' druaksr. By their naa the system la kept coatla .ally under -the Influence of Alcoholic Stimaleala of the worst kind, thai derlre for Lienor la created aod krpt an, aad the reenlt is nil ths horrors attsndnnt uf oa a drunkard's Ufa snd death. For thoaa wbo oeatre aud anu aewe a L.iqnor ni'iera. va wehlleh tha following recipe -et Waa Bottl HOOFLANDfl GERMAN BITTBRS, and mis wttk Tare Quirts ef Goad Brandy or Wblaky. aad the reasM will eea praparaaioa trial will far excel ka essdarmel virtues aa true easrneaee nap ef ths aumereoe Liquor Bitters ha the market, and will aaa srsa Um. Yea will have all the virtues af BOOPLAND BITTERS in ennneetion with a good artiela of Liquor, at a much leat pries than these Infciior nrparUen will oak lloofland'a German Bitters WTLL 01VE TOO A GOOD APPETITE, WIU GIVE TOO STRONG HEALTHY NERVES, WILL OITTt TOW r ' BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS, r WILL ENABLE TOTJ Tf ' ' SLEEP WELL. A Net W1I.LPmTEl.T PREVENT YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS-FEVER, Thoaa suffer! eg trees Breeea Oewa an Belfast Oonatata- ' liens, from whsvever cause, eftharta , MALE OR FEMALE, ' WILL FIND IN lloofland'a German Bitten?. ' ' , . .; A REMEDY ;.- That will restore them to their eaaa lhaaHh. Saab bash Um aaaa ia thenmnds er Inetesssa, saa) a bus tries k) but sheared tense tbeaaeerttea. , Remember That taass BUtsn ar NOT ALCOHOLIC, AND MOT INTENDED AS BETKBASI. Th Propria lore have Thooaasda of Lettaea from ths meat eminent . . Clergymen, . - . Lawyer, Physklaop, andf ' " - Citixent, Tastrfylng, ef in eh-owe personal kneeled go, Va th beneueial Sect and medical vlrtara at these Bitters. , I aas Jts. J. JfnHwm Broam, t. 7, t.iilm tf Ot iTaryele pealia af Mmtigumt JTnsieleajreJ Altbongh not eTwpoadd te favar ar recommend Patent Medielnea In general, through distrust of thsir Ingredienta aad tfeet, I yet know af no aaffiaieat rcaaans why a maa may not tastily to the benedta be believes himself to have re. o-irad Irom any simpls prenaratioa, ta th hep that ha eaae Um cootribat to thebenaot mi ethers. I da thai tb mere readily ia reward to Became German Bitters, prepare by Dr. 0. M . Jaekeoa of thia city, becauac i was nrajadid sgalnat thm for meey years, under the Iaa preaaioB that Ihey wer chiefly aa alcoholic mixture. 1 aaa Indebted to my Iriend Robert Shoemaker, Esq, for the re moval of thia prejudice by proper teats, sod for eneonrsge ment te try them, when suffering from gnat and lunr- son. tiuusd debility. The ass of three bottles ef these Bitters, at the beginning of Um present yrar, waa followed ay evideat relief aad re. tors tion to a degree ef bodily and mental rlrcr which 1- bad aot fall for sis mouths before, and had almoa dmpaarad ef regaining I therefore thank Sod and my tries for directing me to lb as af them. - - J. NEWTON BBOTN. . . Philadelphia, Jane tS, IS!. Disease of Kidney and Bladder, In Yoong or Aped, Male or Female, Ar speedily removed, and tha Patient restored ta Health. Delicate Children, Those uBsrtaf from MARASMUJ, waiting away, with eeereely aay Seah aa their baaea, are oared la a very abort time i an bailie la sack asses, will bare a moat mrprmb Aeet. - " Parent ' Having euffertng ehlldrea as above, an wishing to re lee thraa, will never regret th day thev omassass4 with these Bitter. Literary Men, Students, ' Aad thaas working bsrd with their bra iaa, ebon Id (heave been a bottle of HOOPLANIS BITTERS near them, aa they will lad mash benefit from Ua ass, to bath mind aad body, taviaoraiiag and aot dsprsaalng. It ia not a Liquor Stimulant, And leaves no pi sab at ma. j , Attention, Soldiers! Aod tbe Friends of Soldier I ' ' Wc call the attention of all having relations or Meeds la the army, to um fact that a Hoeflaad' Oermaa Bitlars will are aiae-tent of the diseases todueed by cxpaaarea an pri rations lasideat to camp Ufa. Ia tbe lists, published al most dally In the newspspere, aa the arrival el the tick, it will be aettosd that a very large prooertWa arc uerin( from aeMtity. Bvary eaaa af that k lad aaa b readily cured by " Bosasnd's Oraasa Bitters." Wc have aa bsellaataa ia staling usi, u anaae attuera were freely aaad aaseae car ssl- incse attuera were freely aaad aaseae m of Mr might ba saved that ctharwlss merc, aa woei Tb peopriators are dally receiving ihaakfal aaaera la Is army aad hospitals, whs bar I to health by the aa Of ibeee UiUere, ssal I II letters from beca restored - tbem by ths Is , " Btvtart ef Counterfeits f nr Sea thai the tree tar as "CM. JACKSON" m aa tsWrapprefaach Bouic OT Price par Bettls, f I asat ar aaa . Bar $ ' - V Should year seeraet druggUt aot hav th article, aot ha pat o by any of the tuluileatiug pieparalaan that msy b aaered la It plac, bat aaa to as, aa aa will ard, securely packed, by ax prase. Principal Office and Manufactory, . , allCH ? .' (Saateasse ta 0. St. Jaakaoa 0J . - Proprietor. FOB BALI bv Drejasial aa Dealers ta ersrv tew JTt Vailed Blaise. , , , rBJBMITJM OHBSSB. H II. HALL has arraneed for a eon-' eaae (apply af Harvey Neuletear shnles Cheat. Par tb retail trade. Every telly kaewc Ha ealaa. Alee la ah.lanl auak of Family Sreeeria la bewa, a a largeay ba. ereaaad trad will taetlfr. Ceil aad emla taeta at ak tor la Ptak Bla. i.