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Most . Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
i a. ow prepared to XxtenU all Order lot
BOOK AND JOB
puiisrTiNa,
WITH DISPATCH!
lad is tn Moot Aprovd Itrioof tin Art
PAltTICULAB ATTBNTIOlf PAID TO
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OP H I KT T I U O-.
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Urwr Ticket, Ueifisttore.
HOW CAKDS & BILLS IN C0LOES,
anon,
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Horn Bill, 2- Bills, LabaU, Conert Fro
grsaime, Ichool and College luliamoi, Ho
' tel Bill! of Tar, tawiw.tions, a.
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hoo. and ColUgt Catalogues,
MUeaUanoui Pamphlet,
Confutation, iUporU, Br 11,
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KammothHoe Cylinder,
Tnt inly fmi of the kind in Central Onto.
Ifv facilities tor doing ui and all of th abov djsorip-
a of work, are now QiarraMed, and salutation will
(, cnaranMM m au caaaa.
ffjAU work furnished promptly by tha time promised.
WHO SHOULD USE
DR. J. BOVEE DODS
VBGBTTABLK
IMPERIAL WINE BITfEKS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient OooreoipUot, oi
Weak LenuihooldutJe3i .
All who Mlei roa Weak stomachs, IndlgMUou. Drt
aepaiaormnioaldaMthea. An bo inUei boat Qeneral or NerVouaoebl
Heatlcaaiien at uighi, Want of Bleep, o., aboald MM
then ..-
AUparaosawha are oonTaleaotnt after fever or other
tiduMaiaDoald'ataUiea. , ,
Miuiaiara of the Qoapel, Uwyeri, Leotarera, and al
wbtie weaketf aboald ue thea.
Book Keeuara, and all paraooa uaaing a aeaeotair u
ahauld aaa Lhasa.
Tne aged and roArne should one thosn.
All who require a stimulant or tonic should use them.
Ali watu are addicted to the use of ardent spirits and
With to inform, should use tliem.
They are made ol a pure Sherry wine, and of the na
Mva plants and herbs of the country, and should be re
oaaaasaded by temperance societies, clergymen, physl
lane, aadall frteuds ol humanity.
They are prepared by an experienced and skillful pny
IMb, and, aside (rem their audlcuial properties, are a
asat deltgtitfal beverage, end yet,ae a medicine, are aa
- anoeaaatandharaleaaaathe dewi of heaven.
Bold by druggists general!?.
fSHA&Lil WIBDlirlSLD e CO., ProprUlOTg,
:i8 wtiilaa St., Now Vik.
fiOBEKTft e SAM DEI, Agentl,
-..i...- sjwiUDt an, Olalst
fayWdAwly.
MIIS. WINSLOW,
An pertenoed Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to tbe attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the rums, reducing all tn nam maUon will allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and If
SIBE TOBEUUIiATJE THE UOWCLS.
Depend upon It, mothers, it will giverest to yourselves
aaa
BXLIZr AMD EZALTB TO T0TB HJAIll
We have put up and sold this article for over ten years,
and 0AH BAT, IN OuNIlDBNCB AND TRUTH, of it,
what have aevei been ante to say et any ether medr
aine MITER HAS IT TAILID, IN A B1NGLB INST-
AHC1. TO BFFBOT A CURB, when timely used, nev
er did an know an instance of datsaUafastton by any one
whet sated It. 0 the contrary, ail are delighted with its
eperauoos, and speak aa terms of ootnaendatioa of Ita
Bawleal eaects and meawai virtues, no eueaa u tuis
Bauer 'WHAT WK Do KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLBDGl 0CB BBPUTATrON FOB IBB
FUMLLMINT Uf WHAT WB USUI DBOLABB. In
abaaoat every rnstanoe where the infant Is suffering from
pain and exhauetioa. relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after thetryrup Is administered.
ehlaa.lB.hla ,.rifiaratina he the ureacriDtion of onsof
ne most BXPBklltNOKDand SKILLFUL NUBBB8 In
slew Bngland. and has been need with naval Whihr
anu buuukhb in
THUIIatAITUS OF CASES.
It not ox la relieves the child from pain, but In vigor
alee tbe stomach and bowels, eorreoti acidity, and gives
one and energy to the whole sytteasr At will almost to,
ftantly reileva
i&iPaltt II TEX BOTXLS, ABO WIND COLIC
end OfereooM eonvaknoae, wnVoh, If not speedily reae
lied, end in death. We believe It the BisT and BUB-
aiava a u Ulinv IM Til a wnul r . -, i n va
BNTXBT and DlABBHfBA IM CBXLDKkM, whether
a arieaa from teethinit, or (roa ani other eanee. Wa
would say to every mother Who base child suffering from
any of the foregoing complaints DO ROT LIT T0U1
PMJUCDICBd NOB TUB PBSJCDI0BB0F OlHIBe
ratio haiwaas von and voar soflerlna child, and the re
lief that will be 8UBB yes, ABBOLUIBLT BUBS to
lollow the net of tills meaieine, n nateiy asso. van 01
nottooefor ustnl will accompany each bottle. None
geuulae anises the fee -simile of OUBTIBex PBRKUJe,
new lork, a on tne eatatae wrapper,
i Sold by all Dnurtlsts throughout the World. ,
Principal Office), 13 Cottar Street ...
rBICEONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
; ootS7-dltwly.
crHINf) CLOAKS AND BA8QINES
O KW BTllJtB-Uala aV Salt, Ne. a South
far B street, have ins t oeeaed new styles of Ourra Ouv
oniaaaa. Battens and BaCODsa, saade I the newest and
ascot stylish manner. Also, superb ayiaia
Mtack. killte, very heavy, aaigad exp reeely for
aantliiae and jjaaqiOnes faprilS
BLK AOH18 D SREETINfM AND
BU1BTINGB, U vrMths, ef auotlbraM saakaa
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S4 8StaBi
The Democratic Platform.
Tbo followiug Aookxm and PLaTrom were
uuaQimoujly adopted by tbo Democmtio State
CoDTeution which waa held in the city or Co
lumbu. on the Fourth da; of July, 1863:
Tn -n PnMI nw flllio I
In the exercue of Uie rlgni goaranuca uupi our
efiMi Htftts uaniiuaiione. we nave uiis hit
MmA ouFKihcr. In a nearaehla manner, to oontnlt 'or the
ooaimun good, ana rejecting an mem pi"""
tn miwm I Mil I, I ffraiirit in our emroce uu viucviv wm-
riotlona, that the alato of the country aeema to ua to de-
via nrl.
i ue hlitorjr or Uie democracy oi unio la a nwm m
atieeaaing aim nnTarvea aeTouon to uio uuiou u
duuu; e.er fulfilling the injuooilin of the Father of
nnr nniintii. to 1 cher lib a oordiil. hauitaaU aud im-
moralile aiiaohaent 10 it; aecojtomioK bieniMlTea to
think and epeak of Itae of tne pauadinm oi tneir pouu
eal afeiy and proeperlty, walctmg for Ita preservation
eith jeaiouaanzcyi diioountenanclng whaterer nltht
uiigeet even a anipicion that it con Id, In aoy event, be
aivudoaed; and li.dlgDantiy frowning npon the Diet
dawning of every attempt 10 alienate any portion of onr
country !i.m the reel, or to eufetb.e the aacred Ue
wblch link tojietuer tne ranooa paru.
inniini uiuiv bv ihii love fur the Union, and for the
country to algnally bteaaed. and believing with Andrew
Jaakton. that ' the foDQdaiionaof tha Union muatbela.d
lu the aoeoliotia of tne people; in tne tecuniy 11 jmi to
life, liberty, character and property in every quarter of
ihrL-nnntrv. aud In the fraternal attachu enti which the
citiceua of the levural sUtea bear to one anouier as mem-
tmrt tit nnn nnlillrAl fiunllv. mutual IT COniriOUUOK VI pio
mote the happineae of each oilier," the Democracy of
ohio have never adopted a icctional piatfurm nor ever
astaarctionalTote.
Aiuated hv ihii enlarnd and elevated eplrit of pat
and .teemmi it no diihotor to penietunte by
ompiomUe and conceealon a Union that waa formed ana
bad nunerto beoo preaervoo oy mom menus, uu
in, timt the nowerof Butriotiam miuhtOTertusiethemad
ne of nirtv. the Dem cracy of Ohio, In conjunction
nh thamhnr eonaervative men of the rouotry, moat
earuratly aoufht to avert oar preeent calamltiei, ai.d to
prcatrve the Union, by peaceame meana.
u,, ahen the tell anirit of Abolitioniun at the North
and 8eoeaaionuun at the South, dlaregardlng the withea
uf tbti-najority of the people ol bota aecuona, renaerea
all tBoris for a peaceable adlutment ineffectual; when
tha muirrltT of the Union waa aaaailed by force and the
evuntry plunged Into civil war; when the President de
clared hie intention to maintain uie supremacy ui mc
Dnnatliutian bv arma and to employ them for that pur
pose alone; the Democracy of Ohio, Union men in war
ae well aa in peace, rallied en imuie to the support of the
government, rrom inaaaay w una uie, uavs giveu w
very cohsututlonal measure for the suppression o, the
reheillon an ilIUve support. In the field they have
constituted, and yet eonaiitnte, a moiety, if not more, of
Ihe military quota uf the Bttte, and there is scarcely a
Atlle ground that does not bear witneaa to their heroic
motion to the Union. In the National and Bute
councils, they have granted without hesitation all the
men and sncney demanded by the Government; white
aa private citiiena andvuttrs at the ballot box they have
given 10 It a moral support mora powerful by far than
waa ever before given by a party to an adminialration
elevated to power by political opponents. And now, is
this sore hour of our country's trial, ita motto is, aa it
erer has been, "To maintain the Constitution and pre
serve the Union. " A party wboae whole history it llius
Signally lliusiiative of patriotism, a party that has thus
airiaed all mere Dartlaan prejudice and feeling, fji
the sake ol the kcpublto, Deeds so defense at onr banda
sginst the malignant assaults of its enemies, aud isenti
titd to be heard with Uiouglitful attention when It pro-
.lUttna (U aenluntnta.
and tne tune has come w. en, In oar judgment, that
proclamation should be res, ctiuny out distinctly and
aajmitlT mailt -e.
niuo teas than a year ago, Congrea), with an almost
entire unanimity, solemnly declared mat "bosgrtas,
banishing all feeling of mere passion and resentment,
will recoileii only Its uu-y to the whole country; that
ihia war is uot waxed on tneir pari in any spirit oi op.
oniaaian. or for slv ooriHiee of conquest or suUugatloo,
or purpose of overthrowing or intertcrlng with the rights
or eiteoliar-id Icstltutiona of those Statea.Tjut to defend
and maic.ala the eupreuiary o; the OonstltulloD, and to
pieaerve 'lie Union WHO ail ins uiguuy, equality ana
rights O' tb several Bta et utlmpaina; and that aa
soon as these objects are acoompliahed the war ought to
u naed not remind you wi h what aaUif&ctlon this
declaration aa ha ld In the loyal States, how It served
to Oil tbe ranks uf the arjiy, to strengthen the hands of
be 0 overnueui, and to Infuse spirit and fortitude into
the breasta ol tha loyal meu of the eootb who yet oiung
to Ihe bo, a of setkg iht Union restored in ail its pristine
vigor and saprtniacy- and bad there been no departure
liom the spin! ol Ibis declaration! bad nod.ctrinesbeen
advanced In bhih or tnUu-ntlal places subversive of tbe
most cberhhed libertite guaranteed by the Constitution
to the people; had there been no corruption so monstrous
u to sppal the nation by 1 1 magnitude, and were there
do danger to our instiiutions 10 be appiebended In Ihe
fuiuis aud to be carefully guarded against, it would not
be necessary for us now to address you.
But the powerful and pertlatent effort! that have been
and ere yet being made to convert the war Into a mere
crusade against slavery; the fearful strides taken by Con
gress at its pre tent session, In that direction, aid the yet
more alarming measure promoted and warmly advocated;
the audacious attempts to oreiawe the President when
ever he hesitated to yield to the aejaandt ot the radicals;
the uemtasared abuse thai has been heaped upon almost
every General in the field, however meritorious, who hsa
declined to lecome an emissary of abolitionism; tbe daily
promulgation of doctrine utterly destructive of toe
Constitution and of civil liberty, and the incessant de
nunciation of every conaervativ man, however loyal,
wh" dues not subscribe I thea; all give a warning that
ought not to pais unheeded by the people, and require
af.all who destr to tee the Constitution maintained
and the Union perpetuated, aa expression of their sentl
ments.
We, therefore, Uie wpiesentatrre of nearly or quite
two bundled thousand voters of Ihe Btate of Ohio, who
have as deep a stake In the welfare of the country and in
tbe preservation of the Union, at any other equal num
ber of nvso, In the exercise of eur duty and constitution-
ai rights, ana wltn me oesiro or upnoioing ins ead of
weakening the just powers oi our uovernment, and anx
ious to unit all men, without regard to their former par
ty association, who agree with us in opinion, and to treat
all loyal meu who honestly differ from s with becoming
respect, do hereby declare our own opinions and those of
our constituents, aa follows:
1. Rttol' td, That we are, ai w ever have been, the
devoted friends of ih Constitution aud the Union, and
we have oo sj mpathy with the enemies of either.
8. B4otott. Ibat every dioiste of patriotism re
quires that, in the terrible struggle in which we are en
gaged for the preservation of the Government, tha loyal
people or tne union snouiu preani ua unorosen irons;
and therefore all efforts t obtain, er perpetuate party
aecender.ey by forcing party issues upon mem mat necee
aarilv tend to divide and distract than, as the abolition
ists are constantly doing, are hostile to the best Interest
t tbe country.
3. MttotMd. That tha Abolition party, by their de
annotation oi the President whenever he has manifested
t conservative spirit, by their atrocious defamation of
our generals Who were expeiing tneir lives for their
country, aud who needed and merited Ua hearty support,
Oy tneir aets ana aocutrauous acwung to promoi inanb
ordiuation In oar armies, and a want of confidence in
their .ommanders, and by their persistent representations
of all conservative men in the loyal ntates, aa symp
thlxen with the rebels, have given immense aid and com
sort to the tobel cause, and eoeou.aged them to hop for
Ultimate success.
4. Mfiiotd. That wa have seen with indignation the
Intimation of the Governor of Massachusetts, that that
Btate will be slow lo lumufung ner quota of troops, an
iens tbs war be carried on for purpose of smsncipa'lon.
when the nation is i.riinins every nerve, and oourine
cut its blood and treasure like water, to preserve It ex
istence, It Is monstrous that a conditional LnlcUs - Cut
places bolitlonuua above the Constitution, and Ihe suc
cess of aparyabovsthelaiearity of tbe Republic, ehould
thus rear it head In high places and seek to die uie the
tondnet of the War.
S. Uavmt, That wnue ere would met out merited
and legal punishment to the plotters of, and leaders In,
tha label Hon. w ar opposed to ibeoonUmDlated awaan.
jig and Indlseruninate acta of confiscation and emanci
pation by congressional legislation or JExecutiv procia-
aiauon because;
1st. We do not believe that such act would be consti
tutional-
So. We believe that Jry driving in rebels to desnera-
ilon, and converting Union men at Ih South Into rebels,
the would nav th effeet to indefinitely prolong the
ar. afford a pretext for fori Lin inteivenlion. and mn-
ier tl i os lo ratio of the Union next to. or ouit Ln.
possible.
ad . itww, h vraeitoaDH ana cameo out toev wouhi
engender a feeling of bitterness between lb different
esetieo ci tne union mat would not be allayed ror gen
erations tocome, and that would be an ever pieeent canse
a autngae ana aisiartauios u we puoiie peace, a source
perpetual weaaneas in ue ttovernsxent. and an ar...
present laoenilve to foreign powers to Interfere ln our
donate!! cwt.ee rue, and t prosaol a dlaranUon and o-rar.
brew of th Republic.
4th. laeoaua may would a est rev In Erreai dema
Knot entirely, fur staary years to com, the lndaatilal i.
Uresis ef a larg soot ion of the country and moat in la.
riooely sffeot tbe Interests of U whole peopls. ...
Stn. Baoauss the lmmedlaie and lndlacrimlnata araan.
etpatloa of the slave would be an act of lnhusuntty u
8 th. Bees ess ncfc aa svnanclpation would throw anen
border fret Btate and especially pen Ohio, aa aaa.
sens aassber of negroe to oempete with and ander-
work, th wait laborer of tn Btate, and to constitute,
varto way, aa aiact,or quite, subeanbl nuis-
anee, tf BSUTered to iiiato taaong a. And w Wosjld
eatsa It avoei enjnst to ear gallant to Idlers to thea
poapll4 to free tbo negroes of tbo Boats tod thereby
a
me
of
to
a.
st
popo
tVeli
theie ma euldlert apon
raiaia to the peaceable
arooailoo, ol ule
a d j.,ii. That entertaminc tnese views, we oau-
i ot too atronaly eoudomn the refusal of our General as
eahly to prohiUt by law, the immigration of negroes in-
?''i?oW, That wa are opposed to being taxed to
purchase tha freedom of negro alavea Wltn all due re
enrol lor the opinions of others, we think that awn a
measure would be unconstitutional, ImpoliUo and un
J. . . . .. ii.uj twmAm ana nana.
a. JtutKtta, Tnat me uoparaui -i-1
1 oAM.nmnL mvenled bv tne investi
gating oommltteea, and otherwise, demand the ''nest
condemnation of every honest maa and
country, and call lor the severest punishment prescribed
,h !?"". . .t ..I.. I. and skill
V Asso'esi, inai tue iui- ZJi i. .i,.
manifested by our armies has never been exceeded in the
hlatorv of the world, and deserves and receives our high
est admiration and gratitude. ....
10. Bttoivta, That ie reiuaai 7h.
sembl, to permit out r gal'"' t
right to vote, was a gieai ami mj ""-" - ---a
that ought not to have been committed.
11. Wtvd, mat while we wlll.u heretofor. dis
courage all mere factious opposition to Uie administra
tion, and will eouimuo vo pn --rr-----
all proper aieasurea to put down the rebellion, and will
maae all tbe a lowances that tha necessities of the times
require of good cltlsens, we protest against all violations
aa.. n...ill,alU.
Oi sue vousi . . . ..,-ih..
It. JietoHHa, Tnai we noia sacreu, aa w --..- ---parts
of that instrument, the following provisions ol tne
Constitution of the United Btaiea: ,,ah.
ment, shall be by lury; and such trla shall bah'ld in
the Btate where tne sua crimes
mlttted." ... ,.....
"Oongress shall mase no iaw mp.u.. " , r
ment of religion, or prohibiting the free exerolsa there
.. .u,i..i ika radnm of soee.h. or of the press
or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, andta
" ... .i .,..1 . ih. iTnllMf ritafaa hv the
i ne powers BUI unrenu w - " ' -
served to the States respectively, or to the people." "
Tha .uM or i ha nannia to be secure In their persona,
nAnaiiiniinn. nnr nroniDiiea dv la au rw. a.v
houses, papers and effeota against unreasonable arehee
and seisures, snail not tie vioiateo, aio
.. k n.kahla aanaa. auODOrted bV OXth Or a'-
nrmallon, and particularly describing the place to be
searched and the persons and things to be seised.
toherwiie Infsmous crime, unless on a P"",1016.11',?'
Nammmi annii ha naia to answer lur a
Indictment of a grand jury, except in casesariaing
land and naval forces, or in tbe militia, when In aotaal
service. In time of war and public danger; nor to be as-
r jl ui. ui. n- nmnartw. withoat duo process
of law; nor shall private property be taken for public
use without just compensation.
"In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy
.v. .i-i.. . .-a hil trial bv an Impartial
Jury of the State and District wherein the crime shall
previously ascertained by lav; and to be Infotmedo f the
nature and cause of tbeaccuaatlim; to be confronted wltn
tbe witnesses agaiLSt htm; to have compulsory process
for obtaining witnesses to nis favor, auu w ui
JJu.wuinul tnr hta flpranaa.'
And we utterly condemn and denounce the repeated
and gross violation by the Kxecutive of the Uulttd
Klaus, of the said rights U na secured by ths Consiltu
tion; and we also utterly repudiate and condemn tne
monstrous dogma I hat in time of war the Constitu
tion Is suapended, or ita powers In any respect enlarged
beyond the letter and true meaning of that Instrument.
i p..tj.n i hat wa view with Inriiination and
alarm it. itiauai an.t nnmnaUtnLlonal selture and lm-
priaonmeni, for alleged political onentes, hi ur
without judicial process in States ahere such prncess it
unobstructed, but by Kxecntive order by telegraph or
otherwise, and call upon all who uphold the Union, the
Ounnitutlon and the laws, to unite elth ua In denouno
Ing and repelling such flagrant violation of Ihe State and
redeial Conatliutlone and lyrannltal Infraction of the
,i.i,i. .nd iiiiartiaa nf American cltlsens: aud that the
people of this State cannot safely and will not submit to
have the freedom of speech and freedom of the press,
ih. araat and a,..,iitl hnlwarks of civil liberty
put down by unwarranted and despotlo exertions uf
power
nllOhlo with a dnra M popuUtloa to compete with
CREED OF JEFFERSON.
[Inaugural Address, March 4. 1801.]
It lanrouer vou should understand what I deem the
essential prinripht of our Government, and consequent
ly those which ought to shape its administration. I will
compress them within the narrowest compass they will
bear stating me general pnncipic, out am an mm-
r.tinna ,
"Kqual and exact justice to all men of whatever Bute
or persuasion, religious or poiiucai.
peace, oommerce ana noncst incuuauip rim u-
It.n. anlanalinv alllanrtaa with none.
The auppoit ot tne ntate uovernmeuis m a,a tuoir
lights as tne most important aaminisiraitoos ior our uu
mesne concerns, ann tne surest Duiwarasagaiuai,aiiau(,i
MnnhklMn tanripnrlaa.
' ihe pretervauon or tue uenerai uuvcruuicu. ,u ...
whole constitutional vigor, as the sheet anchor of our
peace at home and safety abroad.
"a laaioaa .r of the riibt of election by the people,
a mild and safe correction of abuses which are lopped off
by the sword ot revolution where peaceable remedies are
unprovidea.
-'Ahaointe acauieacence in the decisions of the malori-
t tha vital nnncinle of reoubllcs. from whlob there is no
appeal but to form the vital principle and immediate
parent, aespnusm.
"A well disciplined militia, our best reliance In peace,
and for the first moment ot war, uu re.uiars may re
lieve them. ...
Tha annramarvor the civil over military euioority
Kconomy In the publtt expense, tost laoor may
llohtlv hnrdened.
xne ncneat payment oi ourarpiaanuaeuieu iivc,,a
tlon of tbe public laiih.
encouragement ol agriculture, aaa oi commerce
Its handmaid.
The diffusion of Information, and arraignment of all
abaaes at the bar of the publio reason.
jrreenom or religion, irovuuaa ul "1D yia. auu
dom of person, under tbe protection of the habtat cot
,ui anri trial bv lories imnartiallv selected.
"iheie nrincioies form ihe briabt coostellatlon which
has gone before us and ,nided our steps through an age
of revolution and reformation. Th wisdom of our
sagea and b'ood of our heroes have been devoted to their
attainment. Tbey should be the creed of onr political
faith, tbe text of civio instrnction, the touchstone by
which to try the services of those we trust; and should
wa wnnnar i mm them in moments of error or of alarm.
let us hasten to retrace our steps, and to regain the road
which alone leads to peace, liberty ana saisiy.
ADMONITION OF WASHINGTON.
[Farewell Address, September 17. 1796.]
In contemplating tbe causes which may disturb onr
Union; It oicura at a matter of serious concern, that
any ground should have heen furnished for charaoteris-Ina-
oariiea hv eeoerauhicsl duBiiminatlone Northern
and Southern, Atlantic and Wesurn whence designing
men may endeavor toexctie a oeuei mat were is a mi
difference of local inteiesuand view One of t-ie expe.
dients of party to acquire I nuecee witntnpar.ieuiarois-
tricts. Is to mlsrepreaeni the opinions and aims of other
districts. Ton cannot shield yourselves too much against
the jcalouties and heart burnings wnicn spring iron
these misrepresentations; they lead to render alien to
rach other those who ougnt to oe nouna togetner ny i ra
te rnal affacUon.
ADMONITION OF JACKSON.
[Farewell Address, March 3. 1837.]
'But the Constitution cannot be maintained, nor tbe
.... A 1. II,. la nahilr faalln. h I ha
Union preserved, in opposition to public feeling, by the
mere exertion of the ooerclve power oonflded to the
General Government. Ihe foundation Bust laid In
tha affections nf tha people; in ine security wnicn it
gives to Hie, liberty and propeity In every quarter ol the
country; and in tne naiernai iiacnueui wnicu ins
eltixens of tbe several Bta tea near one to anoineras mem
bers of on political famliy, mutually contributing to
promote ih happiness of each other. Hence, the citi
aeosof each Bute should studiously avoid everything
calculated to wound the teniibili'y or offend toe Just
pride of to people or other states; ana tney anoaia
frown npon any proceedlngi within their own holders
likely to dls'urb ins tranquility oi tueir political Die in
ren ln othtr Dortion, of the Union,
"In a country so extensive aa the United States, and In
pursuits so varied, the Internal regulations of the several
States must frequently differ from one another In Im
portant particulars; and this difference la unavoidably
loan colonies were originally planted; principle which
increased by tbe varying principles npon wnicn me amer-
I'aa laaeo qeep root in tneir social reiauvDs ueiuiv toe
Bevolution. and therefore, ef necessity, influencing their
Solicy sinoe tbey became free end independent State.
at each Stat ha ihe unquestionable right to regulate
its own Interns! onceri.s sccordlng to its own pleasure;
and wblleltdoesnotlntsrfeis with the rlghlsof thepeo-l
pie oi outer Btate, or in rtois oi ine union, every
State must be tbe sole Judge of th measure proper to
secure Ihe safety of Its oitisens ana promoi tneir nspi
oess; nd all elicit on the part of lb people of other
States to cast odium upon tneir insiiiuuons, ana an
measure calculated to disturb their rights of properly,
or to put lo jeopardy their peace and Internal traoquilLy,
a- in dlteet opposition to th spirit in which tba i.nioo
waa formed, and Bust endanger Us safety. Motives of
philanthropy may b atsigned for this an warrantable In
terference, and weak men may peraaade toemselves, for
a moment, that they are labor! ns In tbe cause ef human
ity, an t ajaeriicg the rights of the human race, but every
one, upon sober reneotion, win see tnat noining nut
mischief can oome from these improper aea.ult upon tbe
feelings snd rights of others. Best assured that ihe
men found huiy in this work of discord are not worthy
or your cocudenoe, and deserve yoarstiosgnsi reproba
tion."
BY JAMES MADISON.
[Federalist, No. 14.]
"IlearkeL not to the unnatural voice which tolls von
that the people of America, knit tog-ether aa they ar by
o many oords of affectk-n, can no longer live together I
as memiairi of ine same family, can no longer continue I
ine mutual guardiansof their mutual happiness; can no
oarer be fellow cltlsens of onr great, reipectaiiie and I
nonnshiu empire. Hearken not lo the vole widen pet
ulantly una you mat tne uovernment recommenaea fori
your adoption it a novelty in the political aorld; that it I
has never b-J yet a place in th theories of the wildest I
proleoto:.; that it rashly attempts what It la Impoasibls
accomplish. No, my countrymen; shut your ears I
against mut nnnuiowej mnguace: tout your nearta
against tne poison wnicn it conveys. The kindred
blood which s iws In th vein of American oHlsens
the mingled blood which th y have shed In defense of I
tneir sacred right, eonseo ate their Union, and excite
horror al the idea of their becoming aliens, rivals.
enemies. . And If novelties are to be shunned, believe
the most alarming of all novelties, the most wild
all projects, Is that of rending us In pieces m order I
preserve our itDerues a.u promote our nappines.
Golden Hill and Shoulder Seam
bairtta,
TpJIRlS Ply Linen Collars, In ill shape
uents' Paper collars;
Beck Ties and Scarfs;
' Superior Kid Qiove, all colors; '
Snglish Oottoa Half Bow;
Under Shirt and Drawer ot
- Merino Laab Weol, . ,
. . Bllkand Shaker llanaeli
n i Pocket Bandkerahief, ready tor aj
And all Unas of Sent' Furnishing Oeods to lb great-
vanety acaei bcm qasiuy. . .
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PECTORAL SYRUP.
They are at home, and any one who has danbta aan In
quire of the psrson who have been cared by.lt.
DB. KITBIB II PBIPABID AT ANY TIM! Tn
IXAHINI LUN08 WITHOUT CHARM, FOH ALL
ATTIND 10 TOUB OOLDB -A eiase of flva vaara'
landing cared by SB. KBYBIIB'B PIOXOBAL BVJiUP.
PrrrsinaH, Jan, ,1, 1800..
Da. Kxraxa i My wife has been afflloted with a bad
sough and difficulty of breatklna. for Ave ee all wears.
wnicn , ior several yean dbcx, oad gradual ly increased in
riolenoe. The complaint has been hereditary, and she
bad been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. In this state of her ease, I procured aoste of your
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, tha first tune, a fins
osnt bottle, which relieved her very much 1 1 then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
tne nas now no trace oi ue former disease, except weak'
ness. i wouiu aiao state that i seed the medloino ay
self to a cold and eouh. The medicine eared ma bv tak
ing one aose I express ay entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and you are at libera to publish this if vou
uesirs to oo so. wa. rriiiour:,
Alderman Fifth Ward
Prrrsacaan. No. 18. 1858.
Da. Kxreiai'-Althoagh not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, tn general, it anorde me pleasure Indescriha
tls to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. As a medicine
It li wen wormy tne attention of any person who may in
any manner be afflicted with coughs, oolds and hoarseness
of any bind, and for Ihe peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere cold.
1 have been, more or lea, In my life, affected with the
severest of oolds and hoarseness. At timet mar throat
would become so closed aa to prevent my speaking above
twntsper, ana ny taxing a raw uoeua oi me atwve By nip
would relieve me entirely.
lain recommending this medicine, I must nnhesltatingly
c y that it is the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
rure tne atwve, nor enouiu any lamiiy ne without wit
emeuy ror diseases so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
DWAKD J. JUNKB,
Cashier Cltlsens' Deposit Haul.
BTioaxNvitLi.0.. Uarch 14. lbS
1 have used Dr. Keyser'i Cough Byrup for a bad cough
of several years steading, and can cheerfully say It
the best medicine for the same that l have ever taken.
J. W. PB10I
LuL. Pit ATT AND DB KBVBBB'B PBOTOBAL
el KUP. De. Kavaaa Dear Bin Bxcuse the delay of
uu acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
syrup sooner. I take great pleasure in saying that it it
all vou suv it Is- Jl UwotM lAt wrU out ol anv oouoA
and the worst one I was ever afflicted with! I have not
used more than one-half of tbe bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give it as fair a trial
u I have done, and they will be proud to ay,"Itltno
quack medicine." I would not suner anouier auoaau
stuck for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than I ever did. I shall
alwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy, xou are at iioerty to use my name
In this regard, as you think proper. . r . PUaTT,
Messenger Common Cuunoll, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Hay 11, Ib6..
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow cltlsens. and
bo entertain doubts can consult me personally.
Mt aT, I1.
PiT-rsBuaaa. April 24, 18ST.
BBAD TUB TRUTH. Da. Krrssai 1 have a daugh
ter aha has taken several medicines for a bad cough
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
i nnmhaaud from vou a bottle of your PKCTOtiAL
STBUP, and before she had need half a bottle she waa
relieved. The second uouio eureu uer vourei ui uer
oough. - juiin ai&nin,
Robinson street, Allegheny,
riTIWBUavn, vcwwirai, w ua,.
A UBBAT OUBB BY DB, KBHSBB'B I'BOIOBAL
flvuiip. I live ln Peebles township, Allegheny county.
1 bad a coughing and spitting, which commenced aoout
the 4th of seoruary tut, ana eouiauuwu eiguv uauuma.
, amployed in neat puy ear tans iu ui wauun auu .
I cough continued unabated until early in October. At
i thaiume I was advised to try your rauioaai, uuouu
I SIttUP, which I did, and after I ned taken one not us i
I ... ..tirelv free from the coughing and spitting. 1 had
I despaired of ever getting well, end I think It should be
gn0an tuai ins, vatuaoio rwauwuf a m.u -
it baa don ln my case.
JOUNO.LITTLB,
Witness B. a. Ksaa.
Peebles townhlp.
PattoTt., April 14,1857.
a urnarnnRTTrL OCRM. Borne time ago, an old
neiihbur of mine was very 111 with a bad eough which
every one suppoged to be consumption. His relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard ol
without benefit; his brother came to ase hua die, and all
were confirmed In the belief that he oould not live. 1
bad about the third of a bottle ol your Pectoral Byrup,
which 1 gave him, and It entirely eared him, to tbe aston
ishment of all. W bat make the ease more remarxaoie,
is th extreme age of tbe man, he being abouteighly years
old. I have no doubt th Poetoral saved bis Ills.
.VBaui Hiania.
nu riviru'l PECTORAL BTBUP IN BLAIB8-
TILLB Please send ae another supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup. Almost ovoryoouy aiouuu us
has the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Beyser'p Pectoral
byrup.' We nave aoiusixteeu mauaa u... n,u.ai,
now antlrelv cut. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Usher, both
I uialravtil. Pa., tell us they would not be without it
. families. In fact, all who use It one want it
uai.. Yours, respectfully,
au J. B. WATTBB80N a BONI,
Janaary 30, )8M.
ANfiTHlR NIW OBBTIflOATB DB. KBYgBtt'S
PESTOkAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with eoongb
and cold lor several weeks o bad wa It that I could not
beatohvslciana in the city, whom 1 could name, but do
DeStpu ua
sleep, load the advtoe ana prescriptions iron urseai
UUl 00 SO. A anally ,nnaiw arw..aa v. ,wai .wwi.i
Srnp, which eared me entirely. sw
a s vv OAatvti Avlli
.-CLlberty Itrest, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 8, IBM,
.hTflP TTf ATlOOUOHINtt." 'How can I do UT "Go
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a bottle of his Oough
fee total, and u toM aon t euro you, yaw obbv wan uw
desperate Indeed." This is a specimen of the colloquy
one hears almost every day in cold catching periods of
the year. And we can, from actual experiment, oheer
fulli concur In th adviser's admonition as above, for we
uave tned tn reotorai. - tu a auu. .-uumu, u ww. .iw
on tire luetic Near two weeks sgo we went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the Bust distressing, oontrary, mulish, un
lubduabl sough we ever experienced tinoe our advent
upon this annoana spner. w ovugueu staauiiy auu
laborionily for on whole week, lp bop of tiring it out,
proved by praotic, and to have acquired trngtb,poln-
but it wa no go. in tan it swaus nituas w ur ua-
oy and a4Srvssaputiy uy tuw ouarahtuu. u, una aaaavv,
tha aiema. we combed our way to Koyser's, 140 Wood Bu
procuied fifty oent bottle of the "Pectoral;'' took it
aeoordiux to directions, and in forty-eight boars we were
master of tbe field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after t brief bpl unequal conflict with so
rormidabie an adversary sau,yer aauiuua wougu
Pectoral."-aon4t)fU CUppr, Uo. ff, tUSD.
DB. KBTBBR'B PBOTOBAL SYRUP It prepared and
old by Dr. OBOBOB B. BBYBBR, 140 Wood itreet,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
1LT Bold In WUBWVJ tWBfWP aaauab.
rjMIi
OTI1AGHB UElflEDV.
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Pre pared and told by
Da.OBO. B. UYBBB,
fries, eanti
140 W -' d it., nttobtugb, Pa
U Bold m Ooloabus by BOBBBTB tt IAMTJ1L.
00127 txtawaom.
GENTS' FAPEB
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Alto,
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Linen Collar,
Ualf Iloae,
Drawer, aVe.
BAIN a (ON,
aprtS No. Booth High strset.
Manafaottireri and Wholesale DseJors In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Northwest Corner of High and Ghj St.,
No.61, . .
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
UA larg I took ef ttn and Staple Beodt ea band.
TELLA SHAWLS! STELLA
rnauav avruiwi aim ai
BALW At BON,
No. SB Booth Bigh itreet.
great bargain.
apnio - '
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YV peckaies t STATION BBx and JBWBLBTat
price one-third lea than can be purchased slsawhsra
van on er addret (t
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Call oa er address (stamp nclocd) J. L. BAILS Y, Ne
aaa. Baron wjaa.
frrBl"irjjlNTLB BAHAGES, BOTII
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WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO D1CTMARY.
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Tbt Lateit The Uryeit-Th Beit,
Tht Cheapeit Beotiut u Bolt,
TI float Bollanla atajtdard An-
tttorltr el tbe EaatllaUL,aniTiaeio."
Mm Swtdrtd Smiiunt SdMootort of OMo,
TBI BI8T IMQUja 0I0TI0NABT 1XTAKT."
.) , ... . eroty s Wtee-
'Here are Howards ef a Bnndrad Thousand Words,
whose multifarious meanings and derivations, together
with their oo rreot spelling, end pronuceiatlon are clearly
et before ihe eye.'
Onoinnati Commtrolal.
Bvul th4 PoUUru of the Mmitrt of th OMoBtaU
3acMr$ AuociaUon,
The nndersumed. member of the Ohio State Teachers'
Associatlcn. adout and aha to as In teaching, writing
and sneaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
woroeeier'S ttovai yuano iriotionary, ana w most our
rilaliw nwaiinind It as tha moat reliable standard au-
tnority of tne ingiun language, as it is now wniieu auu
spoken.
Loam Aenaanve. Praaldent Kenvon flolletre.
M. D. Lbokstt, Superintendent Zanesville Bohooll.
Tno. W. Haavxv, Bup't Massilon union ocnoou.
M. I. Oowotav, Bup't Pabllo Schools, Sandusky.
Jon Lmcn, Bup't Publio Schools, Oirclevllle. '
B. N. SinroxD, Principal Cleveland female Semlna-
n
ws, siitcbiu, aup'i puduo ucnooif, at. union.
Jon Osoax. Principal Stat Normal School, Minns-
sola.
Orans nasoi. Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
Ulnolnnan.
H. B. Mabtm, Bap't Canton Union Bohool.
lowu BsaiAa, Prinslpal MoNeely Normal School.
Bu T. TArrst), Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University
Wat. W. Iowaim. Buo't Troy Union School.
A. S. Boraim, Principal West Bigh Bohool, Oleve
land.
8. A. K itTon, Associate principal uign ncnooi, uieve-
land
TnaoDou Btbxux, Principal uigh school, oiev
land.
B. f. BcHisTOM, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. OAKrun.0, President of llectls Institute, HI-
ram.
W. L. Haxxis, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wetieyan
University.
H. 11. Baanr. Bx-Commissloner of Common Bohcou,
Ohio.
Jam Homo, Prof. BhetorM, Oberlln College.
Tbos. Hill, President Antioch College.
0. W. II. Cathoabt. Prof. Mathematics, Illgh
School, Dayton.
B. O. OacMBACOH. Prof. Language, illgh School,
Dayton.
B. M. Baaaaa, sup'l union Bcnoon, asntana.
Mori Via Sim Jfundrtd othtr Prtiimi of ColU-
gi, rroftuort. Author ana IHiUnguithta jauoor
tort, Aac tndorttd th atom tmttmmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Hajubtta Coluhb ''It I truly a magnificent work.
an honor to the author, the publishers, and th whoi
country." President Andrews.
Onto WsaurrA UinvDisiTT.,'It exceeds my expecta
tions. It will be mv guide ln orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for It neat
and accurate definitions.' President Thompson.
W. B. loitxmo Oollbo. "Heretofore we have used
Webster s orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, It wa decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester'! Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield.
Wisma Rsarxvt Ootuoi. "I find It worthy of
cordial approbation." president micucocx.
OssBLta OoM.ni. "It mors than meet my expecta
tions. I recommend It as the standard authority ln
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." President
Morgan.
Airnoca Collbos. "I adopt and aim to use In teach
ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester'! Royal Quarto Dlstionary."
President Hill.
"in all my writing, sneaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciations contained in Worcester'! Dictionary.'
Horace uann, late rresiuent.
Ksirroa Oollbob, Qiiisuut. "I aost cordially reoom
mond It aa th most reliable standard authority of the
English language as It Is uow written and ipoken."
President Andrews,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Vom Btv. Anion Smyth, Cbmm4ionr of Common
bcmxh tn unto.
'The Dictionary I aa Imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of Ita author, and an honor to the
world or letters, xne mechanical execution is rar supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
from Eon. B. B. Barney, Xm-OomnUHonr of
ooaoou tst unto,
"The moil reliable standard authority of th lan
guage.
anat TUB
Ijeadinji Newspapers of Ohio Bay.
root IA Cleveland Btrald of March SS.
Tha orthography of (h Worcester Dictionary It that
used by most. If not all, authors of distinction In this
country and amgaand, ana ooniorms to tue genonu usage
of ordinary writers ana speexers.
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful atudv of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add It to tn wen aeieoiea iiorary, ue it targe or smaii,
It is a library In Itself, and will remain an imperisha
ble record of the learning of it compiler.
font th Cincinnati Ommtreial of April SO.
Here are upward! of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work is
unquestionably the greatest Thssaurui ot Inglish Word
ever published.
Irom tU CliUkmd Plaindtaltr ofStpt. ,1880.
Bvidently Woacxa-rn's Boy Qoabto Dictiokabv tt
not only th but, but th best wort of tin kind aver is
sued .and can by no poaibillty suffer by comparison or
controversy.
mm th Jbltdo BUxi of May SS.
A to ntOKCaCIATICy, Wobcxbtxb I tbs Btardabd
followed by our best authors; in definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and lu OaTBoeaarBv It Is sufficient
to tay that woBuarrka can ne safety louoweo.
INUII&m eV BKAUG,
P ubllabera, Booltaellora eV Stationer,
HQ. 1P1 BCTBBIOB ST., OLBTBLAND, OHIO.
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Guardians to the use of Die invigorator, in cases where
th children' hair Inclines to be weak. Th use of it
lava the foundation for a ootid .Wad of hair, bs It r-
move any Imparities that may have beoom connected
with the scalp, to removal of which Is necessary both
for th health of to child, and th f utur appearance ol
fJirmo. None genuine without th fao-tlmlle LOUIB
MILLBB being on tne outer wrapper) also, L. mil
LB il'S BAJA INTIttOBAIOB, N. Y., blown In Ui
glaasa
Wholesale Depot, SS Dey itreet. and (old by all th
principal aercnaots ana vruggisis urongnoat tn world
liUieraAUiBouuut tv pan-nsaers oy tue quantity.
I alio destr to present to th American Public my
aid . utzxovza anmAixovi
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of lelentMo experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dye Black or Brown Instantly
wlthoutlnjury to to Hair or Bkln; warranted th best
art 101 oi to una in xiinc.
RICE, ONLY 60 CENTS.
Depot, 56 Dey St; New York
eetSBidAwl. . . V.
LACK STB AW BONNETS AN ft EL
Mf 4)gaBI aUbbOtu, u free I variety as jbaub ,
a, aw, utgonreeb
I
I
THE GREAIEST,
DISCOVERY
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY, ; OF BOXBTjICVl
ha discovered In on of onr oommon putur weeds
a remedy that euros
Every Kind of Humor,
ROM
Th wont lorofuia down to a oobubob Fimplt.
H ha triad It In over slsven hundred ease, and nev
er failed exoept In two ease, (both thunder humor.) He
baa now ln his possession over one hundred certificates of
its vain, all within twenty rnilee of Boston.
Two bottle ar warranted to our a naming tore
month.
On to thro bottles will onr th worst kind of Pimples
on tn race. -
awTwo cr three bottle will clear tha system of bilM
Two bottle are warranted to core th worst canker In
the month or atomach.
Three to five bottle! or warranted to our th wont
kind of Brysipeles.
One to two bottles art warranted to our all humor
the Bye.
Two bottle are warranted to onr running o the ear
and blotches anions tha hair.
lour to six botlet an warranted to onr corrupt ani
running Ulcers.
One bottle will core teal eruption of th skin
Two or three bottles ar warranted to cure th went
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to onr th most
desperate case ef rheumatism.
Three to four bottles ar warranted to cure salt-Rheum
llv to eight bottles will cur th worst cat of soro-
inia.
A benefit l alwavi experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect cure It warranted when th above quantity to
axen.
ROXBURY. MAB8.
- Dbab Madami Th reputation of the Medical Dla
oo very. In curing all kind of humors, Is so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used
It. that I need not sa anvthin on tha anbleot. aa ths
most skillful physicians and the most careful DrnggitU In
tbe country are unanimous in 11 praise.
In nreesnttne the Medical Discovers to vour notice.
do It with a full knowledge of It curative power, ln re.
Having all, and ourlng most ot those diseases to which
you are unfortunately so liable. That most exemoatttw
disease to an affectionate mother,
NuimNG soup. rao Til,
Is oared a If by a miracle; your own tamper Is restored
to it natural sweetness, and your babe from short and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumberti and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of bleating to your husband
and household.
In the more advanced stage of
OANtiKU
Ittxtend t the itomaoh .causing
rVSPfcFSIA,
which Is nothing but canker on th itomacbi than to lb
Intestines and
KIDNEYH,
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference er
to the care of your family.
Your itomaoh U
HAW AND BNIl.AinEV.
your food distresses yon, and yon can only take certain
kinds, and even of that voursvstem does not get half
the nourishment It contains, a Uie acrimonou fluid of
the canker eat ltup; then your complexion loses It
bloom and become! sallow and greenish, and your best
day is gone. For want of nourishment your systsm be
comes loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body be
oome relaxed Then follow a train of disease! which th
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
OV HE
Palpitation of th heart, pain In th tide, weakness o
the spine and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, irregularity of the boweli, and alto,
that most excruciating of diseases, the
FILES.
How many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbordoes not know the cause. I wish to
Imprest on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
oi uraveutiuu is wo.toa waa a uvmuu v. vu,, - --
fA EDI OA Li WIStOVEHV
yoa have both the preventative and Uie cure, with this
great and good quality, that It will never, under any
circumitancet, do yoa any Injury.
TUE MEDICAL D18COVEUV
Is sspeclaly Intended for disease of to blood, but line.
Its Introduction to tne western states, it u louna w at
tbe best
AGUE HEiriEDV
thatwu everbefort the public
Noeliange of diet ever necessary eat th best yoaca
and get enough of tt.
DiaanTiout roa on Adults on tablt spoonful per
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight yean, tea spoonful. As no directions
oan be applicable to all oonaitutioni, take lufBcient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
Your truly,
DONNALD KXNNBDT.
Pries 1 1 .00 per bottle, tor y every druggist In
th United Btatei. tepSl-dawly.
1)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLIHQHAH'B
OBLBBBATKD
StimidatingOnpcnt,
For tba WMkeri and Hair
The subscribers tak pleunr In announcing o the
Oitisens of the United States, that they have obtained the
Agenoy for, and are now enabled to offer to the Amorican
public, the above Justly celebrated and world-renowned
article, tbe
STIMULATING ONGUENT
Is prepared by Da. 0. P. BILLINQHAM, an eminent
Shysiclan of London, and Is warranted to bring out a
lick t of
Whiskers ar a Mustache
In from three to six week. This article Is to only one
of the kind used by to French, and in London and Paris
it is in universal use.
It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, acting as If by magic upon ths root, causing
a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the
scalp, it will car BAJJiais, and oaute to spring np in
place of tha bald pot a fin growth of new hair. Ap
plied according to direotions,it will turn axo or towi
hair oabb, and restore gray hair to It original color,
leavine it soft, smooth, and flexible. The "0-etiiKT" It
an indispensable article Jn every gentleman's toilet, and
aiwr one weex s use utey wouiu not lorauyouusiuerauuu
be without It.
The subscribers ar th only Agent for th artlole In
the United Btate, to whom all order mutt be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box for sal by all Drags lit and
Dealers; or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to hav
the desired effect) will be sent to any who desire it, oy
mall (direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and
postage, a 1. is. Apply to or address
iiunAun A,. imusixAM uu.,
Dxuoaisfs, to.,
MbSOdawsm 4 William Street. New York.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY
Th following new and magnlfloent flrit-cUiiDaddM
Wheel Bteaminipi oompot to anove iinst
ADRIATIC, 5,888 ton burthen, Oapt, J . AO
(Formerly of the OolUni Lin.)
HIBBRNIA, 4,400 tons burthen, Oapt. N. Pbowb.
COLUMBIA. 1,U0 it. LBITOB.
anuiiia, a,aw . aajauiava
lumii a aim la i, li ai.HK.nb
PA0IFIO, ,l " J. BatiiB.
PRINOS AXBBRT, (Screw.)
,JUU - - j, vrALixx.
On of th above thlpt will leave Nsw fork or Boston
alternately every Taesday rortnignc for gaiway, car
rying tbe government malls, touching at Bt. Johns,
The Steamers of this line nave been eonnrnotcd witn
the greatest care, under the supervision of th govern-
meut. have watertight compartment, and are auexoel-
a tm eumfort. eafetv and speed by any steamers afioat.
Tha. ara asmmanded b abl and experienced ofllocra.
and every exertion will be made to promote to comfort
Of passengers. . ,
rperienoea Bargson atuwaaa tw waou suip.
. H1TFJ OF VASSAOE.
First-class N. Y.or Bolton to Oalway or Liverpool tuo
" - " toSt John'. g
Thint-eias. " " to waiway or Liverpool
or an town in Araiano, ou a jaanna, - - - ju
Third-class passengers ara Iberally supplied with pro
vision of the best qoaUtjr, oooked and aerved by tbtaer-
vantt of th Company,
' BETCBN TICKETS. '
v.rtiaa srishin to send for thslr friend, from th eld
conn try oan obtain tickets Mm any town on a railway, In
Ireland, or rrom sue principal eiuesvi angiana ana coot
land, at vary low rates.
Paaaaniers for New Tork, arriving by to Boston
Steamers, will b rorwaraea n new xerx ire orcnarg.
For passage or luriner iniormation, appiy to
Wat. II. WI0B1HAM.
Al th office of th Company, on to wharf, foot of
Canal sireet-wew xorx. .........
howland a ABPinrr all, agsnt. ' ;
aprlI19:dOB. - ....
Canton .Mattings.'
t aA. Kaut. t4
, ivrmta and Bed and
.WUMJUMttM M IBBOTIor jwauny. xwnatety
.... iiaun m nun,
ahu '-" M.ioluBl(h
IlEil
or
DaJ.ailcLEAN'S
Strengthcnin? Cordial and Blooi
puiuriEn.
TLo Greatcai itemed-in Tno World,
, , AND THI
HOST DXUCIOUI
AND
4-
BEUGHTmiA
CORDIAL
EVER TAKEN. Vj
ITIS8TKICT
ly a eclentmo and
Vegetable Oompouml,
trocured by the distil
ttlon of Hoots, lierb
and Barks; Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Haraanarllla. MT I I A
Cherry Bark and Dan- a?T I li
dellon inter Into -g
composition. Tha an- ... ...
More Taunt."" active remedial After laKing.
principled each Ingredient It thoroughly 't
my new method ot disUlllng,i produc r eJ.
bileraUng spirit, and ths most INFALtlBLB remedj rfoi
Mtto cH .F.i7 and restoring to. 'sick.
.nff.r?n.!n4 debilitated INVALID to HBALTH ani
BTBBNQ1U.. .
" O
MCLEAN'S ,
STHENClTIIENINO VWH
DIAIa
W1U fftotnallf oar
L1VBB COMPLAINT, DYBPBPBia. ' auiiviu4
. . -,i ... nf Ih. RMnavSi.
uuronicor nervoos vooiiiiy, . -
and all diseases arising from a dlsordsred Liver or Btom,
aoh, Dspepsto, Heartburn, Inward P1I-, AcUlityor Btak-
nee oi uie niomacu, amineae oi diuuu u - --
pain or swimming ln tbe head, Palpitation of th Heart
Fullness or Weight In tbe Stomach, Bour lrucutlons.
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Drvueai
or Yellowness of the Skin and Byes, Night Sweat. In,.
ward Fevors, Pain In th small of the back, ohest or tide.
Sudden Flushes of Hat, Depression of BpirlU, Frightful
Dreams, Languor, Deipondeuoy or any Nervous Disease
Bores or Blotches on the Bkln, and lever and Ague(o
0 bills and Fever.)
Oror a million of tfouiee
Have been sold during toe lutilxmonUi, and Inne
stance ha It railed ln giving entire ",1n-wJf
then, will suSerfrom Weakoes or Deblll y mhtn Mo,
LBAN'B BTRKNGTUJCNINO CORDIAL will eur youl
No language can convey an adequate Idea of th ssim
diate and almost miraculous change produced by uklna
this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous t stem, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrun
organisation Is restored to it pristine health and vigor.
IflAUUIED PEllSUWa,
. .ih. aanaalnn. ftf InahllltV. frCffl Whatever I
V un,wa ' o l .,w..a
Will find McLean SaBirengmonuig voiuiaie , , "la
regenerator of the system; and all whomay have injured
themteivee by Improper indulgences, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tbo Ladlea.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
IN CIP1 ENT CONSUMPTION .WHITEa
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontlnenc o
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of tha
Wombs Giddiness, Fainting and all Dilate Inoldnel
Fomaloi.
Xbta U noHUtake About It.
Buffer no longei. Take It aocordlng to Directli-us.
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you andckuit
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
very bottle It warranted to give tatltfacUoB.
TOR CniLDUEN. a
Ifvuur uhildrenaro aickly, puny, or afflicted, MoLeanlj
Cordial will make them healthy, , fat and robust. Dla
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE
OACTio.-Btwar of DrnggitU or Dealer who man
trv to palm npon you some Bitter or Baraaparili trash,
which they can bay cheap, by saylnf it is just as good.
Avoid such men. Ask tor McLean's Btrengthenlng Cor
dial, and take nothing els It it the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strengthen the system.
Onetahlwpoonful taken every morning fatting, Is
ocitain preventive of Cholera, Chilli I and lever, Yelloa
fever, or any prevalent disease. It l pnt np In larg
cl, tl P.. boltl., or bo'J'aj,,
Bui Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also MoLean ! Volcanlo Oil ulnlmen
frlnolpal Depot on toe oorner of Third and Pin itrMOJ
8t. Louis, Ho.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Vh best Llnunenl ln to World. Th only taf and
certain cure for Cancers, Pile, Bwelllngi and Bron.
chUls,or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weexnea o I tbs
Mnsctei, Ohronlo or Innammatory BheumaUsm, Buff.
ness of the Joints, contracted Muscle or LlgainenU,
Barach or Toothache, Bruise!, Bnrain, Wounds, Iresb
OulsT Ulcers, Fever Bore, CaWed Breast BoreNlpplet
Burns, Bcalui, BoreThoat, or any Inflammation orPain,
ne difference how severe, or ho long toe oUscaajmsf
have existed. McLean' Oelebratod LlnUnenttl a oti
Thands of h-aan beings hav been saved a Uf
decrepitude and misery by ihe use of till Invaluable ma
cine.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, ana la
oleaoae, purify and heal the foulest sores In an Inor
ly short time.
for Uoraoa and Oilier Animate.
McLean! celebrated Liniment la theonly aaf and re
liable remedy for the euro of Bpavln, Ring Boie, Wind
galls, Splint, Unnatural Bumps, Node or Bwe lhigs.
will never .-all to cure Big Head, Poll Bvll, I islula, Old
running Bore! r Bweeny, If properly applied. For
Bprain Bruise, Bcratohe. Bore or Wounds. OrackeJ
2eels;6hfoi, Baddlo or Collar 011 It Is an InfaUibbl
remedy. Apply it a directed, and a onr Is otrtolntt
"ThMtritte-'o longer withth. rnacw wortolerTO
mint offered to you. Obtain a inpply of Dr. MoLean
oelebratod Liniment. It will eur you.
j. u. MCLEAN, Sol Proprietor,
Oorner of Third and Pino Btreete, Bt. Louis, Ms
PorlebMlldruggi
aun'iii-dkwlf Oolumbu. Ohlo.
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION Of
a dying Queen. Tltt Inch of time can be proour
Duohoheaper rate, and many long years oi
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr. MIBBTWBATHBR, who
la curing the mott obatlnat and long-et ending diseases
of the CUNOB. UBART, L1VBB, KIDNBYS, BLAD
DBR, 8TOMA0H BUBUMATI8M DISBAbvJd PBOO
LIAK TO FBMALBS, 8KIN DI8BABBS, AND ALL
AIFXOTIONB Of THB BY AND BAA.
Facte are stubborn Tnlncal
naaa what tha Phlladainhl ecrresnondent says In th
Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, 8th of April
WW . ...
"An Bngllah gentleman, formerly oonnsoted with tpe
British Army, and who style bimeelf the 'Indian
Botanic Physlolan,' ha of late gained an extensive repa
tatlon hire by bit skill In curing all manner of oom
plaint. Bom of hit patient I hav conversed wtto.
and they pronounce hi remedie and mode of treatmen
aa very superior. Borne hav been restored a If by
magio. Th medicine h use I distilled by himself
from various herbs possessing rare curative properties.
'While actio in in arm, h devoted bit leisure mo
mania to a thoronirh study of th effeoU produoed by
certain medicinal root and herbs on all manner of dis
ate. It seems he has found a aure and speedy ram
dv lor all tbe 'Ills that flesh Is heir to.' Bui praotlo
already extensive and It daily increasing. In the oom
nlalnta til whlnh females are suhlnnlad. ha haa no Banal
u a large number here have testified that they owe no'
nly uieir present good neaith, but tneir uvea, to in
skill of toil Indian Botanic Physician."
Office 37 EJast State Street, (JolumbM.
Gents' Linen Shirt Collars.
Or SUf'EBIOB QUALITY, IN OAU.
BOTB, Standing, Byron, Perslgnay, Renfrew and
ether new Shane. Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs. Naek
1:u i.m fc u. mnA tl-aala illAa II-If TI -
trf kind, Under aarment and ill klndsof Qents'Fui
niabuig Qoods ln great variety and at moderate price
uaim a bom,
feLSS Bo. S9 South High itreet.
MINK MUFFBi VI0T0BINBB and CUTIS we ar
now telling .1 very low nricea. also all other kinds
fashionable fur.. PBTR BANS,
deoiil. No. 89 Booth High tl.
HEW HOOP SKIBT v
VO SON,
'-'t
No.M.JWUTH Elan BTB11T. .
Dav Just received t saw auk ef HOOP SKIRTS
finished In a KAnjier far superior to any ytl mtrodxosd
i
DURABILlfT AND RACirUlJll8
aoo.1 .... "li
mix
nil a
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