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Kos. Sg, 18 & 40, yorth High St INCREASED FACILITIES! HAVING MOVED INTO MI HEW BUILDING, 1 HA VK O-xreAtly TTnlargod MY BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT! WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT WITH New Types, Borders, Ornaments, && IBOM THE CBLBBBATBD fOUNDBT Ot 0. T. WHITE CO., HW YOKE, THUS UAKIN9 IT TBI tf,.t Complete &tabllhm,nt IN THE CITY. t am tow praparad to bmti til Oidare lot BOOK AND JOB PRINTINGS WITH Dl n n a "I" AUI lOr A I Wnl And U tha If Oft Approrad BtyU of tbi Art PABTIOULAB ATTJKTI0M PAID TO MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD pnlNTINO. Hlila ol LadlDf, Circular., Bill Heada, Hlanlta, Deed. Certificates. Becelpta, Bray Tlclteta, Ucg latere, HOW CARDS S. BILLS IN COLORS, a HICKS, CASSS, HXASIB6I. I0TKS, nmoni, C0HTSACTI. IUastrsEted Show Bills, FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, low BUli, Eaad Bills, Ubols, Coaetrt Pro mmzaei, School and OoUcm lehewtf, Ho tel Bills Of Tart, Invitationi, . book worn OF EVERT PESCRIPTION sehool and OoUeers Catalopin, KUeallaaeoiu PamphlaU, Corutltutloni, Report, Briafi, t Printing in Gold and Colon O S T ETl S PrlnttA la Xrary Color oa a ver .iL TT. . VwrlSwxl a uUilllUU in aw vjr aauuca t Tn paly Fran of tht kind la Central OMo. u. Mima. Aw dolne an and all of the above desorlp- of work, are nowuwape-wed, and aatufacUon will vuav. ' '. JXpAU work furnished PJJjg JJJ4 WHO SHOULD USE J. BOVEE DQDS DR. VTCGrKTABXiK IMFEKIAL WLNi. BITTKKS? All who aia afflicted with Incipient Consumption or Weak Lunge should use them. All who auffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion. Dys- nopeia or Piles should nee them. All who euffer from General or Nervous Deal Restleeenea at Bight, Want of Sleep, anouia nss them Ail penont who are sonvaletnent after fever or other steknece tboald'eie them. Miniate re of the Gospel, Lawyers, laeoturert, and at QUbliesveaxenabould use them. Book keepers, and all persona leading a ceoenmry n ehMld nae them. Theagedaiidronmahouldaas theva All who require a stimulant or tame should use tbtm. All who arv addicted to the nee of ardent spirits and wteb to Inform, should use then. .... They are made of a pun Sherry 971ns, and of the na tive phtnto and herbs of the oonntry, and should be re Q amended by temperanes soclsties, eiergymen, pbyt. One, and all friends of humanity. They are prepared by an expsrianceJ and sklllrul phy loian, and, aside from their medicinal pro pert! ea, area B(ia1delighUalbeveragoi and yet, as a medicine, are ai nnooentandharmlemesthe dewiot heaven. SUM ha rfvnawlata aanerajl. fOBABUJ WODITlllLD ft CO., Propria ton William 8t., flaw fork &02ERTQ ft 8AKTIZL, Agents, 0lmaa,Obl eorMwlJ. MRS, WINSLOW, An esperlenoed Nana and remale FhjrWaz, prsstnts to toe attenuon 01 motaers. ner SOOT HINQ SYRUP, FOR CHILDREN TEETHING which greatly facilitate, the proceaa of teething, by eoO enlng the gums, reducing all tnnamsutlon will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and Is NCRE TO KEG DILATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon ft, mothefi, It will ttva rest to yourselves ana BXUBF AID EXiXTH TO T0U3 TJfFAint We nave put np and sold this article for over ten yean, and OAS SAY, IN OONIIDSJI0NAMD TBUTH,ofit, what ws have nerer been able to say 01 any otner meaf Olne-NIVBB HAS IT f AIL1D, IN A BUfOLl INST ANC1, TO BfflOT A OUAB, when timely used. Mer er did we know an instance ef dmauiametion by any one whoasedlt, Oa the osntisry, all are delighted with Its operations, and apeak In terms ot eommendation of Its magical eoeeta and medical nrtues. we spoai in inn matter "Vr HAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten yearr expe rience, AND PLBDGB OCB BB PUT AT ION fOSSBJ wiii.ii,i,iwmt o W11AX It a anna vauuu. u almost every Instance where the Infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes after theSyrap is administered. Thla valuable preparation la the prescription of one of no most BJCPBMIKNOBD and SKlLLfUL NUBBB8 In New Bnsland. and see keen used with NBVBB lAIIr in huuukhb in TUOOBANftS OF CASES. Baotenly relieves the child from pain, but invigor ates the stomach and bowels. 00 meets acidity, and girai one and energy to the whole tyiten. It will almost ln nanny relieve BB1F1IB XM TBI 10WZLS, AID WIND 00X10 and overeuaae eonTUitwns, which, If not speedily mac tied, end in death. We beUere It the BBST and SUB B6T BlatBDT IN TBB W0BLD, la all ease ofDTS BNTBMI and DIABAHiBA IN CHILD BJtM. whethej It arlees from lee thine, or from an ether cause. We would my to erery mother who has a ohild suffering from any of the foregoing complaints LO NOT LBT YOD1 PABJUDIOBS NOB TUB PBBJUDIOBB Of OTHBBi Stand between you and yew Buffering ehl Id, and the re Uef that will be SUKS-yee, AB80L.UIBLX BUBN-4 iotlewtheuaoof thkaMdieina, If timely need. Bull ractioni lot awing will seeompany each bottle. Nope genuine unices the faa-etmilo of CUailB a raaaiNBi now lork, m on the outside wrapper. Sold ay aU DrugarUte throughout the world. Principal Office), is Cedar Straatfl.T TRICE ONLY 35 CENTS PER BOTTLE. ast274fcwly. . " CfBIBO CLOAKS AND BASOINES O IBW STTLBB JUala Ac Nea, Mo. 0 South Pign etreet, bare Jaet opena saw itjlae of Okora Oav eoiB, tuesjoows sad taoaoss, made la the new eat and most styllKh manner. Also, uferk riala Ulaek htihe, very heavy, dealgned upreaily tm Maatlliasand Basqnlnei . . aprttt piiEAfJIIED SHEETINGS ARB XJ SUIEriNG, all widths, ef mosteelebrateg now etirad la greatest variety 1 Avwry lowsrlees, bain Ion. It. MlthBIgh etreet. der en e of of the la STATESMAN CALENDAR. STATESMAN CALENDAR. AND STATESMAN CALENDAR. AND Counting-House Almanac for 1862. Jon. 15 i'.nS4iiSiW iWlJOJl . res. Aoamr, 31 5 6 7 8 111 13 I4IIS 17 18 l SOSi aS 3 94 .JSISSS7S8U3U MaBCS 31 But. 1 t 31 8 9 10 4 fit 11 18 13 71 1516 17 i8,i: pi'iB:BSM,S8i so.w.ao Oct's l S 9)10 1617! 51 t 7 8 U!l3141S IS to SI S3 94itt ,XB 89 3031 Hat.. Nor'A 3 4 16 17 t 91811 1617181 luiofYovte SJ 84,95 ,aoa7ls8i 30 DBCHa, II 8 4 5 81 8 11 18 l 1516 18 1981 91ISS93S4 SS 86187 Bswaow.. . III? ..I. ll 3 4 1 , 5! 0 7 8 0 10 11 IS113 14 15 16 I718 19WlSSI?3ll45 St iff W3U31 "irs'i 's 'i "' 8 10 11 13il3 141S M 17 18 WW) Si iOM iVl7 M8j. V 10 11119.1314 U 10 1718 W'iWiSl'ZI M31 .. .. ..I.. 1 8 8 4 5 el 7 a Qiionm a u uie 17 iHiy 80 1 34SS CT.SHSBlUi.. .. .. ... .... I.. I els 4 5 6 7 8 S IB H IS U(u!l5 1617 i8i9SJo.iix3 43.s4 SI5o,78i9 30 31 . "i 'i 'if J "S i "i 6 9 10 11 IS 13 14 IS .0 1716 190 91 1 fcli3 MIiS7i8i 40.30. .. ... I The Democratic Platform. The following ADDmea and Platform were lV"': lumbus, od the Fourth da; of July, 1862: Tnim. Pfnnl at OHIO t Id th czarolM ot th right guaranteed to iu by our federal and Btat Constitutions, we bar this day assem bled together, In a peaceable manner, to ooniult tor the oomaaoo gooa,ana rejvciu an - F" .r . .-..oi .i ,. niunnca to oar aarneat and sincere eon- lotions, (bat Uw elate of the oountr, aaemi to us to d. irk. af tha nemocraav ot Ohio li a record of ranoeaelngand unvaried aevouon to wo ui. State; eier fulfilling the Injunollon of the 'ather of Our country, TO cucri.il a viiuui, uvi",, movable attachment to It; accustoming themselves to think and apeak ot ltd of the palladium of their polltl-.fat- and nmsnarlte. watchlne- for it! pneerrellou with Jeeloue anxiety; dltcountenanolng whatever might uggest sveo a suspicion um a. whm, ih v abandoned; and Indignantly frowning upon the Aral dawning of rerr attempt to alienate any portion of oar oountry from the net, or to enfeeble the acred Ilea which link together the various parts." Incited solely by tbie lore for the Union, and for the eountryeo tlgnally bieaaed, and believing with Andrew Jackson, that "the foundations of the Union muatbe laid In the affection of the people; In the lecurlly It glret to life, liberty, character and property In every quarter of elUaene of iheaeraralSUwe bear to one another aimem- mote the nappineee of eaob other," the Democracy of Ohio hare nerer adopted a icctional platform nor erer aet a eectional Tote. Actuated by thla ealarged and elerated tplrlt of pat rlottim, and esteeming It no dlahonor to perpetuate by tnipromlie and oonoeealon a Union that waa lormedand had hitherto been preeerred by thoee meana, and truit log that the power of satriotlammightoTeroomethemad nu of nartr. the Demi oracy of Ohio, In conjunction with the other oonaerratlre men of the country, moat earnestly sought to avert our present calamities, aid to preserve tne Union, oy peaceaoie mcane. not ahan the tall aDlrlt of Abolltloniio at the North and Seoeaaiunism at the South, disregarding the withes of theimajortty of the people of both sections, rendered all efforts for a peaceable adlutment Ineffectual; when the Integrity of the Union was assailed by force and the country plunged Into ejvll war; when the President de clared' his Intention to maintain the aupremacy of the Oooetltution by arms and to employ them for that pur pose alone; the Democracy t Ohio, Union men In war as well as in peace, rallied en meeto to the support of the SovemmcBt. Iron that day to thla they hare given to every constitutional measure for the lupprestlon of the rebellion an (flee tire support. In the field they have eonatltnted, and yet constitute, a moiety, u noi more, 01 the military qaota of the SteUi and there Is scarcely a jattle ground that does not bear wltneia to their heroic daroiion tii the Union. In the National and State eouBOlli, they have granted witnoui neeiiauon an tne men and money demanded by the Government; while aa private dtiaens and voters at the ballot box they nave given to It a moral support more powerful by far than was erer before given by a party to an administration elevated to power by pell Ileal opponents. And now, in this sore near of enr country's trial, its motto is, as it ever has been, "To main tela the Oensttiutioa and pre serve the Union." A party whose whole history is thus signally Illustrative of patriotism, a party that has thus I '!. a . 1 1 m. nartlaan Dffalodlaa anA faallna'. for the sake ot the Sepublis, needs no defense at our hands asalnst tne malignant aaaaaits 01 111 enemies, ana is entt- B 1 . . . . . t . V. .... 1 . .. .1 l 1. IKa 10 Do Beam wiui wniuuu - Alalma Ita aentinifnta. And the time has come W.er.ln oar Judgment, that proclamation should be ra, ictfully bat diatinctly and A uuie lees than a year ago, Congress, with aa almost entire unanimity, solemnly Bociaroa mat -uongreea, banishing all feeling of mere passion and resentment, will reoollert only its datyto Uaa whole oonntry; that this war la not waged on ueir pan iu any qiini 01 sp nnaak,n. or for ui ourpose of oooojuesl or eavl ligation. or ournoee of overthrowing or Interiertng with the rights or eitatiiianeu uwuhivbi w. vww, w I and maicaln tne aapremacy 01 ue uoosuuuioa, aou w preserve the Union with all the dignity, equality and rights 01 the aevetnl Stales UBlmpairea; ana mat ae I Kua as thsse objects are aooompllibed the war ought to w. naad not remind von with what aa til faction this declaration was hailed in the loyal States, bow it served to fill the ranks ot the amy, to strengthen the hands of he u oremment, ana to mi use spin, sna roruwas into the breasts of the loyal men 01 tne souia wno yes eiung to the hope of teeUg the Union restored in all Its pristine vigor and supremacy. And had there been no departure from the aoirlt of this declaration: had Bo doctrine, been advanced In high or isDatnlial places subversive of the most oberithed UDcrdts guaranteed by the Oomtitution to the people; had then been no corruption so monstrous ss to eppal the nation by l' magnitude, and wars there no danger to our Inatiiutione to be appiehended in the future and to be carefully guarded against, It would not be necessary for ue now to address yon. But the powerful and pcriistent effort, that have been and are yet being made to convert the war Into a mat a erased axaical alavary ; the tearful trides taken by Con gress at lis present tssaloa, la that direction, and the yet more alarming meaew Hiqww.au. wa.a.,7 the andacloue attempts to of etawa the Preeident when ever he hesitated to yield to the demands ot the radicals; thennmeasured abuse tcu das Been neaped anon almost arery General In the field, however meritorious, who has dsolined to beoome an emissary of abolldoniam; the dally promulgation of doctrines utterly destnetlve of the Constitution and of olvll liberty, and the lnoeaaant de nunciation ot every oonasrvattve man, however loyal, who does not subscribe to them; all give a warning that ooght not to pees unheeded by the people, and require of all who da. Ire to are the Constitution maintained and Ih Union perpetuated, aa txpreatioa ox tuelr scntl We. therefore, tne lepnesnativea 01 nearly or quite two bandied thousand voters of the Slat of Ohio, who hare as deep a stake in tne weiisre 01 toe country and u the nreaarvation ot the Union, as any other equal nunv ber of men. in the exercise of eur duty and constitution al rights, end wiut in aesire 01 apooioinf inured 01 weakening ue just powers oi our wovemmon- ana anx ious to unite all men, without regard to their former par ty assodations, who agree with as in opinion, and to treat ell loyal men who honestly differ from as with becoming respect, do hereby declare our own opinions and those of eur consuraenu, aa tonows: 1. JinoUH, That we are, a we ever Ear been, the devoted friends of Ih Constitution and the Union, and w nave no lympainy witn ue enemies or eitner. n n I a ,k l.t. M , S. Aavtwvwat, r wi Bfairiviwa rw aniree tuL In tne terrible atruggio in WMCO we are en. gaged for the preservation of the Government, the loyal people 01 ine union auouiu pia.au. an unoroaen (root; and therefore all efforts to obtain, or perpetuate part aaeeridetiev DV lorciu parry laoueo upon mem tnat nooee- aaiiir tend 10 divide ana aisuaci tneas, as tne Abouuon. lite are oonitaatly doing, are hoetlle to the best interest S tis country. 3. Hfolttd. That the AbollUon party, by their de annotation of the Preeident whenever he has manlfetted a oonaerratlre eplrlt, by their atrocious defamation of our eeneraie who were exneetnf ueir llree for tbeir oonntry, and wno neeoea ana menteaiu nearrv snpport, by their acts and declarations tending to promote insub ordination in our armies, anu a want 01 .conudenc la their commanders, and by their persiitent representationa ot all conservative ssea in tne loyal bums, as aympa- inixeri wiua ine rsocie, uava giran lauBene au ana com tort to the rebel cause, and anooaiaged them to hop for atumate enooees. 4. MoHta, That w nave sees witn indignation the Intimation of the Governor ef Idaesachusctte. that that Stat will be alow In furnishing her quota at troops, an- leas tne war no oerriea on ror purpoees 01 emancipation. When the nation Is training every nerve, and nourine oat lis blood and treasure Uke water, to preserr its ex istence, it Is monstrous tnat a conditional Unionism that nieces Abolitionism aoove ine uoneutnuon. and the sua. eeee of a party above the Integrity of the Republic ahould time rear its bead In high places and seek to dictate the oodaot ef tne war. . . S. JbsoieeA, That while we would mete out merited and legal punishment t tne plotters or, and leaden In, the rebellion, we an opposed to theeontemplated oweep pg and indiscriminate acts of confiscation and emanei. nation by rengneslonal legislation or IxecuUve procla mation becaan; ' let. W do not beiierv inai eucn acts tronia a oonsa- tational. . 84. We believ tnat or armng in teeera 10 despera tion, and converting Union men at the South Into rebels. they would have tbe effeo to Indefinitely prolong the war, afford a pretext tor foreign Intervention, and ren the leotoraUon ot the Union next to, or quite im IMesthM. a awsuoBB, u pianmwi. ana namaa vbi uiey won III sender a feeling of Mttemesa between the different eeottone of the Union tnat would not be allayed for gen rations toeome, and that would bean ever pi even teens danger and eusturvsnee se ue penile pease, a source perpetual weakness In the Government, and aa ever present ineentlre forelen pewen to Interfere in onr aoaaeetie eotMerna, ana 10 promote a aisrBpuon sad over- Brow or ue aepuute. , th. Beeaaae ttwy weuia destroy in great degree, Hoot entirely, for many year, to eome. the Industrial in. tenet of a lanre weUoa of the eeantrr. and moat tnln. rlously affect the Intereets of the whole people. Bin. Beoaas the Immediate and Indiscriminate eman cipation ef the UTa would be an aet of inhumanity tit teas. 6th. Because lueh aa emanei peaou would throw Boon border free State and specially apoa Ohio, an im aaaaaa natcher of aeeroe to compete with and and. work, the whit labors n ef th State, and to constl tote. venous ways, aa aiawetaos' uie, awmiiia Dta- ait tf aaffered w teaaala among as. ana we woai It aaoet anjust ta eur gallant aoldlen te theia ecvpelied U tm th Begroe of th Seats and thereby es aa t me of to annhki mitii a Aawimdad Dooulatloa to oompeta with those aaawe aoMiert apoa their return to the petaaable aTooailoni of Ufa. . - 6. m c4i1, That anlerUInlDg thete Ttewa,wa can. not too atronglyeoBdean the refusal of oar General As embly to prohibit by Uw, the immlgratloa gf nsgroaa in to this State. 7. JteioW, That we art opposed to being taxed to purchase the freedom of negro ilayee. With all due rs apeot fur the opinions ot ouvxa, we think that each a measur would be unconstitutional, ImpollUs and en Jut. . , A latlotie nfMin the Gtovernment. rerealed by the InTeetl- gating oommlttses, and otherwise, demand the strat ovndemnatlon of arery honeit an and friend or the oonntry, and call for the terereit punishment prescribed 'n'W'-. . 4.VMI manifested by our armies has nerer been excoeded In the hutory of the world, and desenres and rtoelrea our high est admiration and gratitude. 10. JCMOlva, That Ui mum oi uia ueuvnii embly to permit our gallant aoldlets In the field the ngbt to rote, was a giee any. uj "a - that ought not to hTe been committed. . 11. Suoixnd, That while we will, as heretofor, dls nnamire all mare faotleus ovposltion to the Admlnlatra- uaa and arm mntinna u kitv our auavai iuuvvi, w all proper measures to put down the rebellion, end will gaate alt me a lowancee wat ui uwmn u. wm nw. require of good cltlxeni, we protest against all Tlolatloni ik. flnnatifntlAli. IS. JiMOlvea, Tnat ws noia sacrea, as we aoau oiuer parts of that Instrument, the following proTlfions of the Oonitltutlon of the United Stales: 'The trial af all erlmea. excDt in cases ot unpeacu' ment, shall be by Jury; and suoh trial shall be held In tno Bute woere ins sua crunee suaii ubtw mu ww "Oongress shall make do uw respecting an eeDiua- mentor religion, or pronimung we iree erwi ui,' nr at ahridsine tne rreeaom oi aneeca. or 01 iuv 111 or the rlgbl 01 tne people peaoeaoi; 10 aaamuoie, auu w nattllnn the uovernment lor a raarese 01 KneTaooce. " . . . 1 i-A th. TT(4 Btata. ha thm -me powen uu, uvicKavcu w vmw -j - Constitution, nor proniDitea oy u w tne eia,Hii erred to the States respectively, or to the people." Thi riirhtnr the neonie to ne eeenre in uieir ponuua. houses, papers and effects agelnit unreasonable search ee and seliures, shall not be riolated, and no warrant shall Issue but upon probable cause, supporica vj ou vr -Urination, and particularly describing the place to be enrobed and the persons and things to be aelted. "No nfinn ahaii he held to answer for a capital or toherwUe Inftmous orime, unleie on a presentment or Indictment of a grand Jury, except in cases arlilng In tne land and na-al forces, or in the mtHtla,when In aotual nii. in iima nf war and nnhllo danser: nor to be de- prlred of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall prlrate property be taken forpublio usewltnoat uit compensation. "In all criminal prosecutions the aooused itaall enjoy US rirbt 10 a speedy ana puoiio mu us 1 , Jury of the State and DUtrfct wherein the crime shall k. naimllll..! arhlr Diltrlct ahall haTS bfttn preTlouily ascertained by law; and to be Informed of the nature and cause of theaccusatlon; to be confronted with the wltneawa against him; to hare compuliory process for obtaining witnesses in nis lavor, ana w ui- a a.j...iii.nji. and avnonncs the reseated and gross -lolatton by the Bxecutlre of the United States, of the said rights thus secured by the Oonslltu tion; and we also utterly repudiate and condemn tne mouitrous dogma that in time of war the Constitu tion is suspended, or lt powers m any reepect enlarged beyond the letter and true meaning of that lnttrument. 3. aiZtud That -lew with Indignation and alarm the Illegal and unconstitutional selsure and im prisonment, for alleged political offenses, of our cttlseni without Judicial process In States where such prooees is unobstructed, but by Executlre order by telegraph or otherwise, and call upon all who uphold the Union, the Oomtitution and the laws, to unite with ua in denounc Ing and repelling such flagrant Tlolatlon of the State and federal Constitutions and tyrannical infraction of the rights and liberties of American ciilieni; and that the Kople of this State cannot safely and will not submit to ?e the freedom of speech and freedom of the press, thatwn tmI anil oiai-nttal bulwarks of ClTll liberty put down by unwarranted and despotlo exertions of power. CREED OF JEFFERSON. [Inaugural Address, March 4. 1801.] 'It la nroner Ton ahould understand what I deem the essential principles of our Government, and consequent. lr those which ooiht to ihaoe its admlnlitratlon. I will eompress them within the narrowest compass they will bear elating tne geneni pnncipie, out not au in limi tations 1 vgqnal and exact Janice to an men 01 wnaiever Biate or persuasion, re. Igloos or political. 'Peace, commerce and honeet friendihlp with all na tions, entangling alliances with none. "Tbe nppoit of tne state uovernmenis in an ueir Izhts as the most Important administrations for our do mestle concerns, and the surest bulwark! against all antl- republican tendencies. 'The preservation of the General Government In its whole constitutional vigor, as the sheet anohor of our peace at home and safety abroad. "A lesions can of the rithtof election by the people, a mild and safe correction of abuses which an lopped off by the sword of revolution when peaceable remedies are unprovided. "Absolute acdulescence In the decisions of the majori ty, the vital principle of republics, from which then Is no appeal but to form Ue vital principle and Immediate parent, despotism. "A well disciplined militia, our best reUanoe In pesos, and ror ue lint moments 01 war, tin reguiare may re lieve them. "The supremacy of the civil over military authority "Economy In the publle expense, that labor may be lightly burdened. "The honest payment of our debts and sacred preserva tion ot the nubile faith. "Bneouragement of agriculture, and of commerce as its handmaid. "The diffusion of Information, and arraignment of all abases at the bar or us pubiis reason. "freedom of nllgion, fieedom of the press and free dom of nenoa. under tbe protection of tbe AoowM tot- put, ana trial oy janes unparueiiy eoMcieu. 'These principles form the bright constellation which has gone Defers us and guided onr ttepe through an age ot nvoiution anu reienuauou. -mi wiauvm ui our aagee and blood of our heroes have been devoted to their attainment. They ahould be the creed of our political faith, Ue text of civic instruction, the touchstone by which to try the services of thoee we trust; and should wa wander from uem in moments w error or oi eiarm. let us hasten to retrace onr steps, and to regain the road which alone lead, to peace, liberty ana saieiy. ADMONITION OF WASHINGTON. [Farewell Address, September 17. 1796.] "In contemplating the causes which may disturb our Union; it occurs, as a matter of serious concern, that any ground aboald nave been rurntanea ror cnarocieria low nartiea br eaoeraDhioal discriminations Northern sna Doutnern, Atlantic ana rreeiern wacuoa- uv.ikuiu m mar endeavor to excite a belief that there hliu difference of local Interests and views. On of to expe- diatita afnartr to amnlre Influence within particular dis tricts, IS to miareproecnt sue opinions ana euua ui utuvr d 1st riots. You cannot shield youreelTeo too much against the Jealouiles and beer t-burn legs wnicn spring from thee misrepresentations: they tend to render alien to each other those who ought to be bound together if fra ternal affection. ADMONITION OF JACKSON. [Farewell Address, March 3. 1837.] "But the ConsUtutlon cannot be maintained, nor Ue Union preserved, in opposition to pubiis feeling, by the men exertion of the coercive powers oenfided to the General OarenuneBt. the foundations must be laid In the affections of the people; In the security which it give to Ufa, liberty and property In every quarter ol the eoantry; and In the Internal attachments which the dtiaest ot the aeverel B tales bear on to tno Uteres mem' ben of one poiltioal family, mutually contributing to promote ine happiness or caon otner.- jienoe, ue oiu ess of each State should studiously avoid everything calculated to wound the sensibility or offend Ue Just pride of the people of other states; ana uey snould frown upon any proceedings within their own borders likely to distort Ue tranquility ot Ueir political breth ren in otbtr port lorn ef the Union. "In a oonntry so extensive as the United States, and In 8 ureal tt so varied, the internal regulations of the several tatea must frequently differ from one another in Im portant particulars; and this difference la unavoidably increased by the varying principles upon which the Amer ican colonies wen e rig lnai iy planted; principle which bad taken deep root In Ueir social relations heron the B. evolution, and therefore, of necessity. Influencing their policy ilnoe they became free and independent States. But each Stat baa th uraaeitionable right to rerulat it own internal concerns according 10 us own pieasun: and while it does not interfere with the rights of the peo ple of other States, or lb riahta of th Union, every siat must os the eoie judge oi in meaeuns proper to encore the safety of Its citizens and promote their lupi ne; and all efforts on the part of the people of other State to oast odium upon Ueir Institutions, and all measures calculated to disturb their rights of property, orto put In Jeopardy their peace and Internal tranquility, a- iu dlreot oppoetlion to Ue spirit In which the Unlos was formed, and moat endanger it safety. Motive of philanthropy mar be assigned for thia unwarrantable In terference, and weak men may persuade tbemselvee, for a moment, that they are laboring in th cause of unman try, and asserting the rights of the human race, but every on, npon sober reflection, will see that nothing but mischief can oome from these Improper assau Its apon th feellnra and rishta of others. Beet assured that th men found bury In this work of dieoord are not worthy or your oonndeno, and deserve your strongnn reproba tion." . , . JAMES MADISON. [Federalist, No. 14.] "Hearken not to the annatnral voice which tell vou that the people of America, knit together ae they an by many oor da of affection, can no longer live together memeen of tbe aame family, can bo longer continue the mutual guard tana o their mutual happiness; can ae leager be fellow eltiten or onr great, reepeotaoia ana flourishing empln. Hearken not to the voice which pet ulantly tells you that Ue Government recommended for yoar adoption la a novelty In the political world; that It has nerer had yet a place la th thee rise ef Ue wildest projectors; that it rashly attempts what It Is Impossible Bceempusa. no, my eoaatryment ena, yoar ears against Uls nnhallowed las guana; enut yonr near la against the poison wnton a - eon vers, xn una red blood which flaws In the Telne of American eitiaeas Ue mingied blood which they have shed la defense f their asna runes, woseaaw uwir union, ana auscito horror at the idea or tnu ueoommg auras, yrraia, anamlee. . And it sore 1 Use an to be shunned, believe the most alarming of all novel tiee, the moat wild all pnjecta, I that ef rending a ta pieces In order preserve ear UDnrtlea bl promo is oar Bappiaess, " Golden Hill and Shoulder Seam THBBB Ply Linen Collars, in aU ihapeah ; , Gents' Paper Oollan; . Neck Ties ana Boans, Bnperior Kid Gloves, all ooloril English Oottoa Half Hose; . - Under Shirta and Drawers of . Marine Lambs' Wool, , x Si Ik and Shaker flaaneli Pocket Handksnhlefs, ready for uei And all ktoda of Oenta' furnish lug Goods la the great- Tarletr and of ant ,uUty. , ,., - ' , ' 1 ' . . aaxis ss pun, . ... ; - - , r.Hfi,.r- W Boalkllbia gf, JanlS "-""V'f, viaaai Call U4 ' I t H m H7i orriifl attbntion to a,n.t aw. Inordinary curve by my PECTORAL SYRUP. They an at home, and an one wrha has Hnnhta an in. quire of the person who have been on red by.lt. DR. K1T8BB IS PRBPAA1T) AT ANY TTkfa Tn BXAUINS LUNGS WITHOUT GHABGBi BOB ALL BtnriD at. TJsTYTA Br? TB tn TV -- ' ammv sun AtaiUUIHap. ATTBN9 TO TOUB OOLD8 A oese of five yean' lanuiugeareaoyvei. njatBAtt'S PNUXOKAb SillUf Firrupaaa, Jan. il, I860. Da. RsTiix i-My wife has been afflicted with a bad cough and dlffloulty of breathing, for five or six yean, which , for several yean back, had eradnall Increased lu violence. The oomplaint has been hereditary, and she had been treated by several physicians without any re lief. In this itate of her case, I procured some of your Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, the first time, a fifty cent bottle, which relieved ber very much 1 1 then called and got a dollar bottle, whioh eund her entirely, and sue nae now no 1 race 01 ine ronaer disease, except weak ness. I would also ttat thtt I used the medicine mv elf to a cold and cough. The medicine cured mt by tak ing one dots I express my entire satisfaction with the memcine, ana yon are at liberty to publish thli if you nunwuun- rVSt. rrlifovrt, Alderman fifth Ward. KllLBUMia, flllf, Ktf IDJ17. Da. Kit sis 1 Although not an adrocate of Patent aedicinee, in general, it affords ms pleasan Indescriba ble to recommend your Peatoral gvrno. As a medicine It Is well worthy the attention of any person who may in any manner be afflicted with coughs, oolds and hoarseness 01 any nina, ana tor uio peculiar quailneatione ror re moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se vere cold. I have been, mon or leas, in my life, affected with the ere rest of oolds and hoarsen ess. At times my throat would become eoolueed as to prevent my speaking above t whisper, and by taking a few dose of the above Syrup ' would relieve me entirely. aaln recommending this medicine, T. must unhesitatingly a y that It is the beet remedy I ever found, nuroortlne to run Ue abo7e, nor ahould any family be without this emouy ior aiscaeev so prevalent. Yours, most respectfully, BDWABD J. JONBB, Cashier Oltlsens' Deposit Bank. Sllusuv ills. O.. Uanih 14. 1BSS 1 hare used Dr. Keyeer'a Cough Syrup for a bad dough 01 several years euutuing, ana can cneerruuy say 11 the best medicine for the same that I hare erer taken. . W. PAI01 COL. PhATT AND SB KBYSBB'B PB0TOBAL SSKuP. Da. Kxiaaa Dear Bin Bxous the delay of my acknowleuglBg theexoelleno of your PeotoralOougb syrup sooner. 1 wxe great pleasure in saying tnat it it all you say It Is. II knock! thtnoUt out ol mvoouah and the wont one I was ever afflicted aithi I have not used more than one-half of the bottle, and I can and do wish that all who an afflicted would give It as fair a trial as I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no quaes medicine." 1 would not loner another men au attack for any eonaidentlon. or at any oost. I am 0011. fldentloan breathe more freely than I ever did. I shall always acknowledge a debt or gratitude lor in venting excellent a remeoy. xoa an at iioerty to ass my nam In this regard, ae you think proper, a. v. PKATT, Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa. Plttoburgh, Bay 11,1859. N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-clHsens, and who entertain doubts can consult me personally. s PrrrnoiaH, April 84, 1857, ABAD TBB TRUTH. Da. Knew I have a daugh ter who has taken several medjoineo ror a bad eougn without benefit amons them Aver s Oherry Pectoral- I purchased from yon a bottle of your PB0TOAAL BYitUP, and before she had used half a bottle ah was nueved. Tne teoona ootu enna ner enureiy 01 ner sough. a DAttlN, BoblnsoB street, AUegheny aril nauaa-n, vmum. aa, A GBBAT 0UB1 BY DA, KBYSBB'B PB0TOBAL gvuCP. I lire In Peebles township, Allegheny oounty. n 1 , torn I had a eonghlng and 0)111114, which eonunenoed aoout the eth of I ebruary last, and oontlnned eight months. amnloved Ue best physicians in Ue country. tiA my oouah continued unabated until early In October. At that time I was advised to try your PB0I0RAL 00UGU strup. which I did. and after I bad taken one bottle I wa entirely free from th coughing and spitting. I had despaired of over getting well, and I think it ahould be known that this valuable remedy win do ror others wnat It lias tens In my case JOHN 0. LITTL1, WltnssB. at feeble townnip PaTToa Sr., April 14, 18ST. A WONDBBJUL CUBS. Some time ago, an old neighbor ot Bin waa very HI, with a bed eough whioh Tory oe supposed to be oonsnmptipn. His relatives told me that ha had taken ever, remedy the; heard of srithout benefit 1 bis brother cams to see mm ore, ana all awns aonilrmed In the belief that be eonld not live. I had about the third ot a bottle ot your Pectoral Byiup, which I gave him, and it entirely cured him, to tbe aston ishment of all. What saakse the case mors remarkable, to the extreme age of the man, he being abouteighty yean old. I have no doubt th Pectoral saved hit life. DR. E2YBBB'B PBOTORAL BYBUP IN BLAIB8- VlLliB. Please send m another supply of your valu able "Pectonl Byrup," Almost everybody around us has the 00 Id and an inquiring for "Dr. Keyeer'a pectoral Syrup.' We nave sold sixteen bottles last week, and are nw antlnlr aut. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher. both of Blairsviile, Pa., toll us the would not be without It in their families, in fees au wno us it one want 11 amtn. Yonra. nsoectrallv. . p. vf aaaj.sijawM at pvajs, a a-im..lA. a. January i, low ANOTHBB NBW OIBTIf I0ATB DB. KBYSBB'B PBOTO&AL BYBUP. I had been troubled with aootuth and ob: 1 lor several weeks 10 bad was it that I could not sleep, I bad the advte and prescriptions from three of Ue beetpnyaoiaasiB tue ouy, wnom 1 eoaiu name, out oo not do so. 1 nnaiiy proenrea a ootue 01 your reetorai Syrup, whlcn cured m entirely. eignea, i6Llberty street, Pittsburgh, P , Jan. 9, 1869. STOP THATtOOUaHINa."-'How can I do Itr "Oo to Kerser's on Wood street and get a bottle of Ms Ooueh Peotoial. and If that don't eon you, your oese must be! desperate Indeed." This Is a ipeokaen of tbe oolloquy one hears almost every day in cold catching periods of tne rear. Ana we can. mm actual eopenment. ehear- fully oonour in th adviser's admonition as above, for we bav tried to --r-ectoni, in a most ituooom can. with en tin enooees. Hear two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh, with on Of th molt distressing, contrary, mnllsh, un ubduable oougb we ever experienoed since our advent open Uls mundane spben. W coughed steadily and laboriously for on whole week, in hope ot UHna out. but it was ne go In fact It seemed nther to have ha- proved by practio, and to have acquired sue ngth, poten cy and dittrottUHlitt by the operation. In this itage of Ue siege, we eoued our way to Keyset's, 140 Wood Bt. procured a fifty oent bottle of th 'Pectoral;'' took It accprdlng to directions, anainiony-eignt noun we wen master of the field, the enemy bavins anconditlonallx ayrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so formidable an adversary aa Keyset s famous "Cough reetorai. crowns eta vaftptr, vo. it, iow, , 1 M" ' :' ' '.. . fsaw ; I :, . DB. UY8BB'S PBOTOBAL BYBUP is piepared and old by Dr. GB0BGJ H. BJtlglB, 140 Wood gtreet. Plttsburgn. ra. Kr. told in ooiunDui oy aouaaxB t eaaitjbl rpOOTHACHsi REJTXEDT. " '. : ' ' " k, BTJTtE tJtJRlC rtnaradasd Mid by Da.OBO.B.UiSEB,. Price, 1 cent. 140 w d it-, Pittsburgh, Pa. jO Sold in Oo Iambus by BOBBBTS SAMUEL. oetxiisiawaem. GENTS' PAPER NwCM Ties. , . 0O1.L.ARS AND Bsndeom and eoonoailcal Alee, Bilk Tla..iiW ii '!-;. lif t vi .1 '., ; , I Slilrta-.".r-.- . . Llaea Cellars, ... . ! - - Half Hmaa, , Drawers, dte. . .. BAIN fc SON, aprS9 No. . South High street. i MaiiiifAotQrerf and Wholesale Dealers In BOOTS AND SHOES, ' NrarthwMlt fVlrnarnr Hlirh and QawRi. COIaVBlBDS, OHIO. f A urge Stock of Una and Staple Seed oa hand." TBIalaA - IHAWLII STELLA BHAWiaBii ta aii asrrahM ooiors ilon,and at very BTsateeawain. - 1 , BAI BAlB A BON. . I apnaa - a a. m penia align street. ni-L ..:. I VTtTA N T Day-A O ENTS TO IELL ASJENVB TO BELl. "ATIOEEBX and J3WBLBY,,at I r iaa can be purchased etaewhen - mp snoloeed) J. L. BAILS Y, No Mam. , .. .' . march abidSm. paekasw of STATIOEEBY and JBWELBT. ai vnv-uliail laws laiaa on or address (stain Court at., noiton. vflPE"JrlANTIJi BARAGKS, BOTH v- vis- anal liiaok, jattrwMtvedat j J rtUUS, UNLX BO CC a Kfl T Oa rV DeDOt, 66 DOV St. I jaofjAxwl. laelwoidawif.,:,.. , .mXur WOROESTEIR'S ROYAL QUAETO DICTIONARY. The latest Tie LargestThe Bast, The Cheapest Because the cost, Tba naat jBoUaU Btandard An tborltT(tbEnffUabItBsrna.t , Bim BtmdrtA IVninenf lUwddforr of Ohio, "THl BIST IHOt-IBB DI0TI0KABX I XT AST." arorj Jfere JpsnritAet... "Ilera are upwards of a Hundred Thousand Words, wtioaa moltlfarlou meanings and derivations, together with their correct epelUng, and pronaneUtlon are elearly est before the eye.'' . . .. . Stadtht Z4oUion4 of tht MmUnofth OMo Bat Uactor $ AttooUMon. Th understated, aumbera ot the Ohio Btato Teachers' AasociaiieB. ad out and aim to as in teaching, writing and sneak In I. th orthoiraohy and pronunoiatlon of Woroester'a Boral Quarto Dictionary, and we most cor dlallw raaasnmand It as the asoat re liable standard au thority or the sngiian language, a 11 ig now written ana poaen, . . - ' - . . .. Lous AwDkxws, Preeident Kenyon Oolteg. M. D. Lbmbtt, Superintendent Zsnetrille Bohools Taoe. W. HiKrrr, finp't Massiloa Union Bchooli. M. F. Oowpbbt, Sbp'I Public Schools, Sandusky, Jon Ltsch. Sunt Public Bohools. Cinlevilie. B. N. Baxvoxb, Principal Cleveland female Semlns- fu. .. . . ... wa. mircaxiA, nup t rnouo bcboois, mi. union, Joan 0ap. Principal State Normal Bohool, Minns ota. Omoa Nisoa. Frlnaloal fourth Intermedial Bohool, umoinnati. H. 8. Mabtoi, Bup't Canton union Schools, lmvn Baei.L. Principal McNeely Normal School. Eu T. Taitast, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio Univtrtlty. W. W. InwiiH. Snn'tTror Union School. . A. 0. Borsurs, Principal West High Bohool, Cleve land, 8. A. N0RTM, Associate Principal High Behcet, Cleve land. 1 .- .- T no do ss Btikliss, Principal High School, Olsve land. K. r. Hna-ln-oa. Prlnclnsl Clare land Institute. J. A, Gikrisu), Pnildent of Bleotio Institute, Hi ram. W. Ii. HaJtxia, Prof, of Obemlstry, Ohio Wetleyan tTnlrersltT. H. U. Bjjtirgr, Bx-Commltsloner of Common School, onto. Jamb Hoxaoa, Prof. Bhetorio, Oberlln College Tnoe. Htta. President Antloeh College. O. W. H. Oatikaiit, Prof. Mathematics, High Bohool, uayum. 8. C-, OatmiAOOH, Prof. Language, High School, Dayton. 8. M. BAStnt, Bup't Union Bchooli, Athland. A'or ikon Sim Bundnd oVuf PrntAmU at Ml- 0, Proftuori, Author and DUUttouUhtd tduca- Krt, tot muiorna v aoov seruimeiu. . PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. BfAJtiBTTA Ootueaa. "It ll truly a magnificent work, an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole country." president Andrews. Onto WawLBTaa UmvBum .-"It exoeedi my expecta tions. It will be my gold in orthography and pronun ciation, and will often be consulted by me for IU neat and accurate dennltioni." president xnompson. W. B. IciscTic Oouaos. "Heretofore we bar used Webster orthography. At a recent meeting of onr faculty. It was decided to change It to oonform to that ot Worcester' Boral Quarto Dictionary." President Garfield. - Witrna Banvi Oouiei. "I tad It worth' of cordial approbation.'' rresiaent uitcncocK. Oixnuit Oolums. "It mon than meet my expecta tion. I recommend It as th tandsrd authority In orthoepy to my children and .my pupil." President morgan. Am ocb Ootxaei. "I adopt and aim to an In teach ing, writing and speaking, ineorinograpny ana pronun elation of Worcester's Boyal Quarto Dlstionary." Preeident uui. "in all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I have en deavored to conform to the rules for orthography and pronunciation as contained in worco.ter 1 liiouoaary Hone Mann, lata President. Euros CouBst, Gakbiix. ''I melt cordially reoom- Bund It aa Ua most reliable standard authority of th English language as it Is now written and spoken." president Andrewi. SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO. lYom Sot, Anton BmyOi, Qmmlttionor 0 Oovmon 0OAOOM en vmo. "Th Dictionary I an Imperishable monument to the learning and industry of Its author, and an honor to the world 01 letters, ine meonanioai execution is rar supe rior to that of any other Lexloon with which I an ac quainted." Prom Bon. B. B. Barney, En-QmmUtionir 0 mnaout en vino. "Th most reliable standard authority of th lan- gusgr.' WHAT TBI IjeadlxiB Newap6pxTB of Ohio (jay. Iron Ik CUvatand Btrald of Monk 96. Th orthography of th Worcester Dictionary la that used by most. If not all, anthon cf distinction In thia oonntry and Xnglaad, and oonform to the general usage of ordinary writers anaspeaxers. Whatever prejudloea may have existed preriomly, a careful study of Uls volume will Invariably be followed by a warm appreciation of Its gnat merits, and a desire to add it to tne wen eeieoieu uorary, ne it large or email. Ittia llbrarv inttseir, ana win remain an imperisha ble record of the learning 01 ill compiler. from Me OtaotnnaH OmmtroUU of April 80. Hen an upwards of a hundred thousand words good, bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro nunciation, an set clearly before the eye. The work la unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Word w pueiisaoa. Iron tkt CUmland riaindtaUr ofSopi. ,1860. Evidently Woxcxsrra's BotaA Qdabto Diutioiiaxt is Mos only (A fast, but th but toori of th kind nor it sweti.andean by no potability luffer by comparison or controversy. Trom th ToUdo Blad of May SB. A to momaciATioa, Woxcxarra is thi Stambabo I followed by our beat author; in definition! he leave nothing to be desired, and in Oa-rnoita.rar it !i lufflclent to say tht WoaoasTga can be safely followed. IRGHAn cfc BRAGG, arn Dltanera, noeaseiiers ex. a eeaeaweavr , NO. 191 8UP1BI0B ST., 0 LITE LAND, OHIO- atari) PROF. L. MILLER'S HAIR ItlVlGORATOR ain Effeotlre Safe and Economical . vompoontV -i FOR RESf 0RING GRAY HAIR To its orhrlnil color withoflt dyeing, and preventing Hair trom taming gray. ' FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, And curing it, wtbn there to th total pertiola ot ritali or recuperative energy remaining. FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp. FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. ,1m parting to It an nneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making t soft and silky In It texture, and causing it to ouH readily. n : .- :: The gnat celebrity and ucreaslng demand fdr this an equaled pnparaUun, convinoas tbe proprietor that on trial 1 only nsoeesary to aatury a discerning public of Its superior qualities over any other preparation In use. Ii cleanses the head and scalp from dandruff and other cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly giving it a rich, soft, glossy 'and flexible appearanoa, an. also, when the hair la loosening and thinning, It will glv strength and vigor to the not and restore the growth to nose parts wnicn nave Become oaia, causing it to yield reeh covering of hair. - - Then an hundreds ef ladies and eatlmnen in New York who have had their hair restored by the nee of this In rigors tor. whin all other preparations have tailed. la. M. has la his possession letters Innumerable testifying to Ue above facta, from persons ef th highest ndsectay billty. It will effectual !y prevent the hair trom tnrnlna until the latest period ef life; and in cases where; the bait das already cnangea itsootor, tne use 01 toe snvigorator will with oertalnty restore It to it to it original hue. el Ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the toilet and a tiair aestorativ 11 ll particularly recom mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the gnat fa culties it affords in dressing the hair, whioh. when molai with the Inrigontor, can be dressed in any required loren o as w preserre 11 piaoe, wueiner ptainur in curia hence tbe great demand for it by the ladies as a standard pellet article which none ought to be without tbe pries place 11 winin toe reaoa 01 an, neuf .. . . . . Only Twenty-five Cents per bottle, to be had at all respectable Druggist and xeriaauoi. . ... .. .. ,1 , . L. MILLEB would call the attention of Parent, and Guardian to tbe ass of ha In vigor tor, In cases when me children nair inclines to no wean, xn as of II lavs tha foundation for a oood 4ad of hair, aa It n. more any Impurities that may hare beoomo connected with the acalo. the removal of which I neceatarv hrnh for the health of !h child, and the future ppearano of aim-tea. None genuine without the lae-almlla iimi LEB'B HAIB INVIOOBAXOB, ii. Y., blowq In th si 1 1,1, as Beina on to outer wranoori aian. r.. arrr WholaaaW Depot, ji Dey street.1 nd sold by n ii. prtnoipai meruuauia aan Airagguia uirooguout the world. iainerai uiaouaiaa m. ti,iii.a.a uj uis (aanuty, j. IaIedeslnUpnenttollteAmTl ixw- aid - vmom DrmviAxiiot7a LIQUID HAIR DYE, which; attet' year t getentifl aniertaentliiirl IMav I k..Jil aa narfiantian. ' li rl.aa niank Aw H-na,.. Inn.la I I withoatlnjury to th Hair ot Skint warranted the best --a-- - j -w ; I I article ot we xina in existence. ,3 PRICE. ONLY 60 CE1ST8.' i ' O I New York BLACK STRAW BONNETS AND EA,. fast BIMmu, Is great variety at BAia'g, 'al ,v; t.-fc. I Tiit GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. KErVNEDTt OF HOXBURTl ha dtsoovered In ens of nr common pasture weeds a remedy that enna Every tuna of Humor, FB0M The wont lorofalA down to soauum FlsiplB. He has tried It In ovsr eleven hundred esse, and nev er failed except in two esse, (both thunder humor. ) He ha now In his possession over one hundred oertlfioateiof It value, til within twenty mile of Boston. Two bottlei are warranted t eun a nursing son month One to three pottle will cun th wont kind of PlmpiM oa ue moo. Two or three bottle will olear tbe its tern of bllM, Two bottlea are warranted to oun the wont canker la the month or itomach. Three to five bottle an warranted to can the wont nnd of Erysipelas. mr4 One to two bottln an warranted to ear allhuBa5 the Bye. Two bottle an warranted to oun running e th oaf and blotches amone the hair. four to six botlei an warranted to onr corrupt and running ulcers. On bottle will son scaly amotion of th akin. Two or three bottlei an warranted to cun th went kind of rinarwonn. - - r Two or three bottlei are warranted to can th molt desperate case ef rheumatism. . Three to four bottlei an warranted to oun laK-Bhetun, fire to eight bottlei will cun the wont oase of eoro- ruia. A benefit Is alwara eroerlenoed from the first bottle a perfect con If warranted when th above quantity la ekea. EOXBOBY. MASS. Dbai Madam The nnutation of the Medical Dlr oorery. in curing all kinds of humore, la so well estab lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used It, that I need not say anything en the subject, el Ue most skillful physicians and Ue most careful Druggiit la th country an unanimous In it praise. In Breaentln tha Medina! Dlaooverr to rour notice. I do It with a full knowledge of its ours live power, In rej lieving all, and curing moat 01 Uoee diseases to - which yon an unfortunately io liable. That most exoraeasHar disease to an affectionate mother, NURSING SUITE ITIOi TH, I enred as If by a miracle; tout own temper Is restored to it natural sweetness, and your babe trom abort and fretful naps to calm and sweet ilumben; and the Medical Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband and household. In the mon advanced ingei of O ANKER It extendi to the itomach .eaurlng UYaPEPSlA, whioh li nothing but canker on th itomaohi then to th intestine and KIDNEYS. creating a sinking, gone feeling, and in Indifference ra to ue care of your ramny. Your itomach I RAW ARB INrfaAnEB, rour food distresses yon. and vou can only tak oertala kinds, and even of that yonr system does not get half the nourishment U contains, as the aortmonou fluid of th canker eats It up; then yonr complexion lose. It bloom and become sallow and greenish, and your best day Is gone, for want of nourishment your ayitem be come, loose and flabtf , and the fibres of your body be some relaxed Then follow a train of dlaeasei which the Medical Discovery ll peculiarly adapted to OTJHEI Palpitation of the heart, pain In the ltd, weakness a the spine and small of the back, pain of th hip Joint when you retire, irregularity 01 ue powou, ana aise, that most sxcraclating of diseases, tha , , PlIiESe How many thousand of poor women an auffiring frot this disease and pining away a mlnrabl life, and their next noor neignooraoee not anow tue eauee. a wieu Impress on your mind that good old proverb,An ounoi of pnvenUon to hotter than e pound ol enre,1' In ths OIEDICAfa DISCOVERY yoa have both the preventative and the cure, with thi gnat and good quality, that it will never, under any olrettmitancea, do yoa any injury. THE ITlEDICAIa DISCOVERY Is eepeelaly intended for diseases of the blood, but lino Its Introduction In the Western States, it to found to bt to nest AGUE REMEDY thst waa ever before (he public. ' ' ' No change of diet ever neoeiesjy eat tht belt yon ou and est enonih ot it. Dianmoaa roa on Adults one table spoonful per day Children over ten yean, demert.svoonful Children from five to eight yean, teaspoonful. As no dlncUoni can be applicable to all ooniituUoni, take lufflclent to operate on the boweis twice a day. Yours.truly, D0NNALD KENNEDY . Prt ei .ftd narSnltla. lav ever nrnmrlst In the United Btatei lepSldkwly. J)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS? DO YOU WANT WHISKERS1 DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE 1 DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? BELLIHGHAH'8 OBLIBBATXD SlimuliiliDgOagHCDt, For the Whiskers and Hair The labscriben tak pleasure bt announcing othe Oltlsens of the United State, that they bare obtained the Agency for, and an now enabled to offer to Ue American public, the abov Justly celebrated and world-renowned article, ine STIMULATING ONGUENT to prepared try Da. 0. P. BBLLINGHAM, an emlnenl phyilclan ot London, and to warranted to bring out a uuca let ox i Whiskers or a Mustache In from three to six weeks. Thia article to the only one of the kind used by the Vrenoh, and in London and Paris It u m universal use. It is a beautiful, eoonomloal. soothing, yet itlmnlatlni . oom pound, acting as if by maglo apon the roots, causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant nair. u applied to ue scalp, it will oun balpbsss, and cause to spring np In place of Ue bald spot a fin growth of new hair. Ap plied according to directions, It will turn a an or Towr hair babk, and reston gray hair to Its original oolor, leavins It soft, smooth, and flexible. The "OiMomrr" is an indispensable article In every gen tie man 'i toilet, and ri-. ... MM Um. ai.Ll nai tnr an w Ann.lilaraftlnH be without it. ; Th lubscrlben are the only Airenbj for the article In ue united states, to whom all orden must be addreassa. Price One Dollar a box for sals brail Drunlstl and Dtalsrsi or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to have ue desired effect) will be sent to any wno deem it, oy mall (direct), securely packed, on reoelpt of price and postage, si. io. appiy to or aaarese . i,i iiuiuuB la. aauaaiaui as uu paceeisT, Ac, IrbSOdkwem 4 William Street, New-York. , IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE. Steam Between Ireland and aSjnerlca' NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GfALWAY The following new and avagntfloent first -clanpaddli . SlraUAXAU, axw eon pennon, , uapi, 4. - ads . . i (formerly of the CoUlm LIm.) ,. HIBEBNI A, 4,408 tons burthen, Capt. N. Paowaa. I r. r ....... . . aim It . 1 n T vuiJuaiDAja, iW - i- at. saaiTca. . ANGLIA. . 4,400 C. " . ' NicBouok BAOIflO. S.800 .i - - I. BHrxa. PRINCE ALBERT, (Screw;) i , One of the above shine will leave New fork or Boston Bueraawy vry a ayauaj aviuugui, , ""w7 oar?, ryinc uio guvariuaient oiaiia, euuouuig at pi. uiuia, aa. a . The Steamer, of Bui line have been const rue ted with the a-natest can. under the supervision of the rorern-. meat, nave water tight eompartmenia, ana are unexcel led for oom fort, safety and speed by any steamer afloat. They are commanded by able ana experienced o lasers. and every exertion Witt ne nao to promote ue oomiort of passengers. V ' KATES OP PASSAGE. " flnt-elai N. Y.or Boston to 01 way er Liverpool 1100 Becoad-olaa. " .r ' 74 frntclssB, " " to Bt John 84 Thlrd-elass, to Gaiway or Liverpool, i or any town in iretana, on a nanway, - - - ao Third-claai passengers am Ibeial ly supplied with pro- lslona Itlona of the best quaUty, cooked and aerred by the tor-1 rant ot th Company . , I RETURN TICKETS Parties wishing to send for their friend from th old country can obtain ticket from any town on a railway, in Inland, er from the principal oitle of England and Boot- Una, at rery low rates. . , Paaaanarera for New York, arrivtnt bv the tfhatnn Stesmen, win ne rorwaruea to new iorx ire or Charge, Peaga or further toformaUon o, apply to ' " ' A At the Office of th Company, on the wharf, tost ef I At. WiUaVHAM, At I usnaiitreoijnew iorx. . . HOWLAND ABP1H WALL, AgSBM. . apriiifrdom., r , y7'y;-4 . ' ' Canton .C&tting&;' ' ' X; mA, f .4, -4t .fclo Ana w ,rVWlOhcdof gaperiorsM'i'r- for sail by , . .:;.,,.(..- j .i,ui aeus,i :- -g aba M,Se Boats Blglt. urn I i 1 ' -- . t-l 1" !;?:; t i -rjlta'i t.TH,.': mi, I I I I Dr. Je IL UcLEAN'S Btrcngthcnin? Cordial and Blooi r FuAUFniEla ' Tne Greatest Hemeaty in Tbe Werltt. . AND THE . OR DkXICIOUI AND ' DELIGHTFUL , 00BDIAL. EVER TAKEN. ITISSTRICT ly a aclentlfio and Vegetable Compound, Erocured by the dlitll itlon of Booti.Herb and Barks, Yellow Dook, Blood Boot, Baraanarllla. Ilia Oherry Bark and Dan- jseff I A dellon sntenj Into ltanaiawiawawS . . oompotiuou, xno en- a au Before TaklDS."" aouv nmediai Alter laKini. prlnolple ot each Ingredient I thoroughly axamoteo By my7ewmethodol dlaUlllng, produdng., delicious, ex ".'.rating spirit, and ths most INfAL&BLB remedy rtor renovating us diseased lystem, and restoring the ilok, lufferingf 5nd detrlUtated INVALID to HEALTH and BTBSNUIil. MCLEAN'S (THEN GTHBJN I PI vj PIAJs ' mil effectually ear UVEB COMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA. JAuniiiua, aThinnla n- Marwnn. TlnMllh.. TllseaaeS Of Ih Kidney J and all disease! arising from a disordered Llrer or BiornJ aoh, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Btofe Bess 01 tne Btomacn, suianeaa oi oioou vj wa """jr-" pain or iwlmmlng In the head, Palpitation ef the Heart fullnesi or Weight In the Stomach, Bonr Bructatlons Choking or suaocaong teeung wnen lying aowu, u orYellownetsof Ue Skin and Eyes, Night Sweats, In Ward f even, Pain in tne small 01 in dbos, eoeit er 11. Sudden flushe of Heat, Depression ot Spirits, frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease-' Sore or Blotche on the Skin, and fiver and Ague(o ObllUand fever.) . i " oror a iriiiuost of Domes -Have been sold during thi lait ilx month, and in no itanoe hull failed inglrlngnUn aUifaotion. Who then, will suffer from Weaknees er Debility when Ho. LEAN'S BTBJCNGIilBNUia 00BDIAL will oun goal No language out convey an adequate idea of Ue tome diet and almost mlracaloui change produced by taking this Cordial in ths diseased, debilitated and aha Ue red nervous lystem, whether broken down by excess, weak by nature, or Impaired by sickness, ths relaxed and unstrung organisation 11 reitored to Its pristine health and vigor. I DIAUUIEB PERSONS, Or othen oonsctou of Inability, from whatever canst aill find McLean AaBtrengthenlng Oordlal a therougit regenerator of th syitemi and all who ma bav Injured themselves by Improper Indulgences, will and In tbaOor dial a certain and fpeedy remedy. To tbe laaalese McLean's Strengthening Cordial I a sovereign and speedy can for INCIPIENT CONSDfflPTION.WUITEN Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, InoonUnenoe of Urin or Involuntary Discharge thereof, falling of the Womb, Oldaineas, fainting and all Diseases incldne t females. Thtre I no Mistake About it. Buffer no longer. Tak It according to Direction. Il willitlmulate,itrengthen and Invigorate you andcauH th bloom of health to mount your cheek again . Every bottle li warranted to give atlsraoUoa. TOR CHIlaDUKNs . Z3 If your ehlldnn an sickly, nuny, or affliotod, McLean Oordlal will make Uem healthy, tat and robust. Delay not a moment, try it, and yoa will be convlnoed. IT 18 DELICIOUS TO TAKE CAOTieR.-Bewan of DruggUtoor Dealen who ma try to palm upon yoa ome Bitter or Banaparilla trash, which they can buy.cheap, oy saying It U Just a good. a.aM .nh men. Ask lor klcbeaa 1 strengthening uor- dlal, and take nothing else, It to the only remedy that will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time strengthen the syttem. . t. , r r,fc, nhuia an ferar Tellaw osrtaln preventlvej at .0',.hllU"a '7.p' S ireT fever, or any prevalent dire. It to pot ap In large One tabieanooniui taaen every auwraiaaia aaauaia, aa hnttla. ar I bottles for BS. V J. B. McLBAN, (' - Bole Proprietor of this Cordial, ! '"' ' Alio McLean's Volcanic Oil ailnlmen Princrptl Depot on the 00 raer of Third and Pine llmtg St. Louto, Mo. McLean's Volcanlo Oil Liniment. - Th belt Liniment In the World. The only etf and ..-..I- m. rn. riannen. Pile. Swallinr and Bnn, ehltls, or Goitre. PAnlysto, Neuralgia, Weaknees of th UhmIm alhranta 10 Or I nTr"-"-'"-jr aiiawi.iam, bmm- nee of th Joints, oontneted Muscles or Ligaments, Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, f raaD Onta, Ulcers, fever Bares, Qaked Breesia Bon Nipple Barns, scalds, Bon Thoat, or any InhammaUon or Pain, n. differenoe how severe, or hoe long the disease msw k... exi,ted, UcLean'l Celebrated Liniment to s osi tain remedy. ' ' bousand of human being bar been saved a lif ot sjpuaa, and misery by the as of tali invaluabl med Benpue aua. , eiaa. McLEAN'S' VOLCANIC OIL IJNIMENT ' -, Will nllev pain almost Initantaneouily, and u , oleaoie, parity and heal the Inn lost sores In an in or I y short time. For Horses and outer Animals. MoLean 1 celebrated Liniment ta tbe only laXe anire. ' liable remedy for Uecnnof Bpavtn, King Bone, Wind. Cl.' WIlA uotci taua arw vw fa . , - - . - - - running Bores ar Bweeny, if projierly appUod. 'or Sprains, Bruise, Boratcbe, Bore or Wounds, Cracked Heels, Chafes, Baddle or Collar Galls It to an infallible remedy. Apply It as directed, and a can to oertamia t , IpJsmpJB, C3aWafj Then trifle no longar with th many worth let, 1 Llok) menu offered to yoa. Obtain a lupply of Dr. McLean celebrated Liniment. It will out yoa. J. II. lTlcI,E AN, Sol Proprietor. Corner of Third and Pine Streets, St. Loato, Me. f or sale by all Orucgiit. . for sail by BOBBBTB A BAMuata, aagSS-dAwlf ColnmbuA, (Jhla.J MILLIONS OF MONEY For an Inch of Time! , WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION O a dying Queen. That lnoh of time can be proonr a mush cheaper rate, and many long yean oi , v HEALTH AND HAPPINESS enjoyed fey consulting Dr. MBBBTWEATHEB, who to curing th moat obstinate and long-standing disease of th LUNGS, HNABT, LIVEB, KIDNBYS, BLAD DBB, BTOMAOH BUBUMATIBM DIBBABKS PECU. ilAB TO f BMALE8, SKIN DISEABBB, AND ALL f f I0TI0N8 Of THE BYE AMD EAB. Facts are Btufcbarn Tblnsjsl ITa.r what the Phtladelnhla eomsnondent eay In th "Commonwealth," Wilmington, Dalawan. Btb of April "An anellah nntleman. formerlv eonneeted With tht. . British Army, and who atyle himself th 'Indian Botanlo Physician,' has of late gained aa extensive npn tationhoreby hii ikUl In curing all manner of oom plaints. Borne ot bis patient I have conversed witn. and they pronounce hto remedies and mod of treatmen, as very superior. Some bar been reitored as If hy i , magic. Tbe medicine he usee ta distilled by hlnuelt ' from various herbs possessing ran ouratlve properties. "While acting in tuasrmy he devoted hto leisure mo ments to a thorough atudy ot the effect produced by k.rh. an ail nanna. ar die. eases. It seem be baa found a un and speeoy rem iaj for all Ue ttus that sesh u bsir to.' ails pnouoe atreadv extensive and to dally inoreasing. In thee plaints to which f ornate an lubjeoted, he ha no equal as a large number ben have testified that they owe not anlr Ueir present rood health, bat their lives, to th skill of this Indian Botanic Physician. " - "' Offlce 37 East State Street, Colnmbns. Gents' IJnen Shirt -Collars, OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, IN GAR. BOTE, Standing, Byron, Psrsignay, Benfrew. and other new shapes, itammed Pocket Handkerchjeri, Neck IT, i at ,. . . 1 ..A Bwmhw Atlawaa. Half ataaanf tnry kind, Under Garment and aU kind ef Oenta' fnr ntohlng Goods in great variety and at moderate price. Avaun at evn, febSS Ho. SS Boath High itreet. i I I ' ' . a I ii ii" ill t -q, lif INK HUffBi TIOTOBINES andOUffS we are IU. now selling at very low price, also all other kinds tuhlonebl far. PETB BANE, ,fsoai,,.,u ,,.T .I ., BB. B9 Boath hujbbi. jHEW HOOP SKIRT BAIIy CO OOjV, 1 i BO. 99. SOUTH , HIGH BT MET. ? I i Have Inst reoelred a new auk of HOOP EKIBTS finlihedluBnnerff nj)rIor tonyp Introdaoed DURABILIfY AND GaACEJULIISS m - .ii!i;i I "i o.