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WEDNESDAY MORNINO, DEC. 9,186?. Bt. PETTEN6I,L,A OV.,-' Wr'STTtoli RoW, New York, tod 6 State Street, Boston, AVevaeatalatboMdtlee,udanMtboraurittAke Adejttneaai aad BabaerlpkloB fcrutlm Low mil. , The Platform of the "Ohio Statesman," Laid Down for the Democracy. seTbsOHio 8riTtr, tfter slandering and I rf'aboiiag tbe Critit and ita editor (or tne part two or threa watks, comes out oa 8oadey ornlog with Hi f platform" for the united Democracy, thowi In colore, and thna laU all 0' knew what If lbs naftar. The enrnmi sett to Ike eloee of an arliole beaded, "War Dam ocreta and Pesos Pemoorats Olv the mldnt ill the mea and money bs our need, aad h Id him to a alrlot aeoouDttbllity for the im el than; and thee tmo oar united efforts In laeb a dl notion ae t prevat, at fur aa poulble, tat vtl and daoren with which onr'eountn and lu tnatltntiona an threateaed by th war. Lei Democrat abandoa all .. their caviling and disputing, and Join together Is a A i'i I policy aoh aa that aboT iadloated, and they will hare .J1 tea eo aperaiioa ef alt tha eocwrratlta men at the country, aad be aaahled to taka the admlnlttrailoa of tha j Oovammeat froaa lia preeent incompetent .head, aad ' tbu pat the Dmoortlo party In a poilUoo to deal ef tretlvelr with able terrible olTll war. and la each bub ner a eoand poller, patriotism and tioe itatauaanabip wait . We aire the abore a wide berth, that onr ' readers mar know what ii tbe matter with that paper, and to notify them in adranoe of whit ia going on. The platform of the Btatb!mab , la all that tbe moot lnteoee Lincoln man could f .aelr, and we do not fee why any man oaa ark - more or nia devoted friend. We nave aeen what Mr. Lincoln doei with "ali tkt mm end" mtm$ kt stay netd." Put these into bit hand, and, from wot I we have aeen and experienced In Missouri, Kauai! Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware, to 17 vo'btog of Okit and other States, he will tara uj til note at all opposi tion, and Democrats may not only "abandon all eaTlllng," bnl the balbt-boxea also, and poetpooe their conventions till doomaday, In stead of until next March. That the Demo cratic party ia to be aold out, tool and Br mob, ' If tome of Ita preeent profeeaed leaders can do It, wo hare the very beat reason for belleviog. The evidence la all around as. We extract tbe above from the Critit of tola date, December 9,h. Our artlola on "War Democrata and Peace Democrata" waa only a repetition of what we had Mid time and again, before. It la arrant folly to get np any anob designations, andean only wotk tTilreeulie. A good Democrat needs no handle to bia name, and inoooalde.ate or (elfish men who are trlv. leg to divide Ihe party by the uat of anob meana, are not fit to be consider sd good ad risers. .The Democratic party muat coi only stick together, if it would benefit the country bnt it moat pnnueauoh a policy aa will draw ail men of Conservative views, not now acting with It, Into ita co-operation and aid. Aa to what policy it will pursue when it ob talna the control of the Goreromeit, fa a que Uod we have urged time and lime again, can only be properly decided alter the Abolltloalata are expelled from power, and booeat conatitu lional men bare aucoeeded to tha administra tion of punlio affilra. After writing Ihs, few paragraphs referred to, about "War and Peace DemooraU,", we ap pta'ed the paragraph which the Critit ha la eorporaled into tba above ariiula. and to which that paper promptly glvea a "wide berth We can aaeureout "awect tampered" neighbor that we are obliged to him for bia promptneaa, although ik waa not unexpected. We knew tbe paragraph would have bia attention and de nunciation, when we preptrcd it. Indeed, our object waa to draw hia fire, and to abow that bia malignity toward ihe Statmiiaii would compel bia to ooodemo ia ui what be had av tolled in' oth an. and wa havei aoeoeaded moal aaUafaotorily. Before we wrote , the quoted paragraph, we tcok op 'VALtANOiaHAii'a Rec ord," and tornad io hid apeech made in Con greaa' on the Hth of Jannai 1863, which GoT.MiDAiT pralaed' in the moat extravagant ananaef, and said it would "be well If thie na tion pondara aerlooaly and with jadgaent over the worda of wladom and burning eloajuenoe which ran tXrtugk tttrptugtuth, tntnn tni Zia." , On page 179 and 180 of the book, Mr. ' VaMXAJtDiORAat quotee Mr. CaxbodVo view u to thai duty of a eitisoo to hia goveinmeut in tlmea of peace or war, (has: , . , . , I held that there la a dialiootlon ia thla ra apaot between a state of peace and war. In tbe latter the right of withholding lellee ought ever. to be bold subordinate to tbe ener retlo and auoctatful prosecution of tha war. 1 go further, and regard the withholding sup plied, with tbe view of forcing the country Into a dishonorable peace, aa not only to be what It baa been called, "moral treason," but very lit tle abort of actual treaaon itself. Upon this principle, laid down by Mr. Cl arouw, Mr. VaLLAroieiAi aaya tbe former acted in the Mexican War, and he qaotea from Mr Calioon at that time, (hue: . Every Senator kcewa that I waa opposed to the war: but none knowa but myself the depth of that opposition. With mi ooaviotiona of ita eharaete and oonaeqaenoee, it waa Impoieible tor me te rote lor is. " " ui atter war waa deolared bv authority of the Government I acqs! raced In what I eoaid not prevent and wnioh it waa Imeoaaibie lor me to avert, and than I felt It to be my duty to limit my effort! to give inch direotioj to the war aa would, aa far aa possible, prevent tbe evila and dangers with whioh it threatened tbe country and lu Inatitutiona. y . y.' After quoting thie from Mr. CAinsDa Mr. Vaixadibhai8 proceeds; . .... , "Sir, I adopt all thla at mf own position, and my dafenae; though, pethape, In a Civil War I might fairly go farther la opposition. I eonld not with my oouvietlois vote men and money for thla war, and I would not at a Rep- reeaotatlve, vote agalnat tbem. 1 msaaf (Ut milknt 0fp$itn, lit Ptuidni might tiki aO ut am mi au the Nwarv he thould imnit and thin ta hold kirn tot atnef cecounta&uty tr M tkt fttjta for . tkt rouJrr," 8Dah was Mr. YaixaJiDieaupi 'a declaration einoa tha Imue pf the Emancipation Proclamation, and it la anb etaatlaUy what we tuggeated aa above quoted by the Critit, and at which that paper Is horri led. Enunciated by Mr. VAXXAMnieaAat, it tu wiedom: auKieated by the Statsimaii,' it la "all that tha moat Intense Lincoln man ootid ask," and ia proof "that tbe Democratic party ia to be aold out, root and branch ' . An to the policy anggeeted, all must fudge . for themaelvee Aa to the design to aell the ' party, if any each exlata, we are Ignorant ef it The STATisanw dooa not own or profeaa to own the party. Impropriators ere only humble mem are in the rankand Her doing ihalr duty. We eemeUmee lhln the editor of the Crisis bat aa pinion that the part) belonga to him, and If en, be may "have the very beat reason for be lieving" that anch a thing aa ita aale ia an feet The Sanduaky JlreUfrr ia tie oCof from whence! the la Coo an Co.' firtt emerges That pa per tain their Intneit, and they hart become (1 ft.li H --tv II - 'KIn( of Greeabaoka." Ia the jtytttr off nMnhe AA. evAAAjlnls mmhIIimaiiIbm 1 , i artlaU la fu nf tha CHmlm .r,na.. and III.I reoommeaded to " Onloa Mm" bs the ? err paper to take. Thla fact taken In eonneo ilea with the reoooutovdetioo by the Crittt to all who wanted a dally from Columbus, to take tbe Journal (another of the Jat Cooki k Co. aoocerna)4oMlookausploiouai but withal, we do not apprehend muoh danger, alnoe a sale of the Deraooratio puty by any man would be a fraud and ae regarded by the maasof the party. Gov. Mkdait is not a sufflelent "power lo tbe Stole" to do Ibat thing, and make a good title, and hence, no one need be troubled about that matter. By his folly be may Injure, but be can not Mil, tbe patty. . "power U ihs land," teoond soly to thai "No Union." Hear Wn. Llotd Gabbjion, tbe man who baa been In the habit for yeara of proclaiming the Constitution 'a oovenant with death and a league with bell," and who not long alnoe boasted of having bnrul that document on Bjaton Common hear what that veteran Dia unionisteeid a few days ago In a speech deliv ered In Philadelphia: . Blooe the war broke out there baa been no Onion. How did It happen that tba Union waa broken in the twinkling of an eyeT The God of the oppressed haa dona it. Tbe lawa of joe- tioe and right are vindicating the eommanda of Qod. "Woe to Ihe rebollloua children," esitb tbe Lord, "that taketb not their counsel ot me." In aplte of our experieooe, there are thousands of men yet In favor of the po by of reelorloa the Union as It was. As well might a man blown up by a bombshell propose. In tbe other land, to have Ihe experiment tried over again wub the bombshell as It was. Laugh ter. now many there are who profess to repudi ate tbe dooulnre of thla aroh Disonlonlsl, Ok- HMD, yet by their aoia acknowledge him a po. litloal associate and co-laborer; they call them selves "Union men," jet praotically ate as hoe- tile to tbe Union as he 14. He ia bold enongh to avow openly what they bypootltlcally afftet to ooooeal, or disguise In honeyed or deceptive pbresee. When Vice Paesldent Hamlin and other Administration leaders declare pubiicly that we oannot have Ihe Union as It wae with the Constitution ae it ia, what do Ibey lete than tbe traitor GaaaitoM, who nnblusbingly proclaims thai "there is no Union," and that il was always a "bombshell" that baa now ploded, and left ua of coarse without a C011 alltution or a Government. Henry Ward Beecher Aiding the Rebels. Hiaar Wasd BsicHxa, when at Halifax, ac cording to tbe Bjaton Gsmmerclaf Ballttin, rendered "aid and comfort" to tbe rebels. Tbe orew of the Asia, on wbieh he waa a paa eenger, were getting out a ease of good, which proved loo heavy for them. Mr. Bucwta lent a helping band, aod bis additional mnso'e epeedily brought out tbe oaaa on the wharf He was aamswhat agbaat, aaya the BulUiin, to find, as bis friends gathered about to examine tbe box, that be had assisted in hndlng a ease ef muskets for the Southern Confederacy If this were the only Inelanss In which tbe Rev Bocniahas rendered "aid and comfort" to tha rebels, il might be passed over aa a triv ial matter or turned off ae a joke. But the whole course of hia life and the tenor of hie preaehing and pnblio discourse have been more effectual In promoting tbe rebel cause and in prolonging the war than all the muskets and other warllksmunltlons thai have been furnish ed them alnoe the rebellion broke out. Well may he aland agbaat, if he haa any oonaeieooe left, at the mischief, tbe dissensions, ruin and misery, be and fanatical political parson like himself have caused. President Lincoln's Illness. The New York Wsrld thinks the illness of President LiaeoiN a muoh more serious matter than has been generally suspected. At first it was supposed to be a cold; next) a touch ef bla&ras fever; a rash then appeared npon his body, and tbe disease was prooouo cad scarla tina; but recently it has leaked out thai the real complaint ho labors under ia small-pox. For some time past the President has received no visitors; even members and personal friends nave been exelnded from hia apartment. The sxonse waa, that ha waa writing hia measage and oould not be intetrtpted. [From the Mahoning (Ohio) Sentinel.] A Modern Titus Oates. . The PiUabura- CkrtnleU, an Abolition paper. says that Newcomer, the detective npon whose evidence Mn Cathcart and several Cincinnati washerwomen were arrested and are, now impr ir oned for high treason, eto., la a penetentlary oonnot, who after serving a long term in tbe Pennsylvania Stale prison, got out and commit- ted a rape upon an innocent gin, ana u now hadiv wanted la Pennsylvania to respond to an Indictment for the offence. Tbe Ckrtnictt also denounoee him as a scoundrel and perjurer, whose oath 10 wholly a wi ray or heller. This ia Ihe wretch who la taken into tbe bosom of the Abolition eburoe, petted and Battered and paid for deWe lor. a oomplreoy which jio donbl be him. aelf firat euHeeted 10 tne otnsr ptrties. in or der to entrap tbem and make money out of them . Tat aocordini to nnoiiuoo papero. and their blind and fanatical followers, 11 a man refuse to believe this Newcomer's story or awallow it aa eceocl truth, be Is a traitor and sympathiser who ougni te oa auug. te more any limit to this turioua and fanatical folly I In order to be thoroucblv loval Abolitionist a man must not only be a credulous fool, but a patron of convictt and bottle holder to the pnblio txeou- ttooeTi Aa we eald hat anting, tne year or r.tne Oateaea haa only eommeoeed. Every oooniy will aeon have lie Oatea, and every township hia followers, who will batch conspiracies and Institute peraemtlooe, nntit there will OS no security for innoeenos, no proteotloa for any bodv. The more infamous a man, tbe more readily Will au teia u treason oa oeuevea, until we nroerets backward to that paritanleal and bigoted time when they burned old woman far wiiahee. and human iaielllgenee waa ao darkened by intolerance that It 4U tbe work and bidding of tha Infernal world. Amusing Developments at Memphis. .' A Cairo dispatch of Dee. T, aaya, speaking of affairs at Memphis: On Friday the Provost Marshal had ia eus- tndv several ladles, some of apparent respecta bility, saspeeted ef being engaged In smuggling goods into the Confederacy. Some strange devetopsaenia were man aw una oaa on a doii of tbe finest linear edjuated to answer the pur pose of a bastlo. Her corset waa filled with place of gold coin, quilted in, to the amount of 11300. Another bad her form wall round ed out with padding made of the beat drose alike, worth fire dollars and upward per yard. Ha haaa arara found ta oooooei a qoauutv 01 get.10' eravats, which were swathed oarafnlly about bar leas Tha third lady'a ample hoopo were found ta cover a aamoer or vara aw broadoVeth. Her bast was filled out oy a mo- amaa atf arUnla. eonaUUoa mainly at jewewy, ttlk thread, needles and medicines. The fair smuggler were detained in Irving Block lor a-J.I t t VI I ' .; f . . .. - .' , .a Fight near La Grange, Tean. . A dlipatch to the ClnolanaU Guttu, dated 1 1 w a ..... v' u t.1. k - "J" On Wednesday a raid van made by rebel cavalry 00 Sanlabury. They were driven out, after . a share flrhl. On the Berne day tbsy drove in the pickets at Grand Junction, but accomplished nothing further. On Thursday a smart fight occurred elaht miles from La Grange, between that place and Banlaanry. The rebels comprised the oomblned forces of Laa. Chalmers and r on ear. inev were oppoe- ed by Col. Hatoh with a cavalry fovea and light artillery. The iRhtlng was, as reported to bs very severe, and Col. Hatob is said to bs mor tally wounded. - The loss on either side Is not reported . The Confederates were finally driven bask. The eilenl of tba damaca to tha rail road is not known. Trains ran only to Oolliers- villenow. Old Ana's Last When tbe telegram from Co moorland Gao reached Mr. Lincoln that "Urine waa haard in tba direction of Knox vllle," be remarked that ha was "glad of It." Some person preeent who bad perils of Barn side's rojltlon uppermost In bis mind, oould net see why Mr. Lincoln snouia Do "giea 01 11," sndso expressed himself, -way, you see, responded the President, "II reminds me of Mistress Ssllle Ward, a neighbor 01 mine, wno nad a very laife family. Occasionally one 01 her numerou progeny would be beard crying In some oot-oi-tbe wsy place, npon whioh Mistress Sallle would siolalm 'there's one of my children thai Isn't dead yet.' " Thi death of King Frederlo VII.. of Den mark, adds lo the oompHostton of European politics. Tbs late king bad no children, and the throne will devolve upon the next of kin aooordloB lo Ihe law of susoeeeloo. But what this law itself, la, seems to bs a subjeol of con troversy between tbe Danes on the one band, aud lbs Germans of the Doobles of Boblsswlg sod Holstein on the other, aod henoe arises a case of disputed succession to the Danish throne. "' hare never vet failed In renwrlng dUnealUea arletng from obatrneMon, or ateppageof oatore, or la restoring the (jetorn to perfeot heal th wbea aa (Taring front spinal aJfeotiona, fro lane no utan, ua rrniwa, or 1 weakneee ol th Uterine Organ. Th pill are perfct 1 hannleia oa tha ooaetltottoa. aod but be taken by tha moat delicate female wlthoat oaaalng dlatreeii at th earn time tbe act like a ohana trj tnaiinaaug, lnirKtin and raatorlna the arataa to a haallhi ooa- dltlon, and by bringing on lb monthly period with rg alarltv, no auttai from what eaaaa th obatraetloa maf riM. The ahonld. however. MOT be taken Suing tha Bnt threa or four month of pregnanoy, Ihongh safe at any ether time, aa miaoarriaga woaia m ua reran auk hm Mnuim ao Pill. Piuta On Dollar. Pr. HASVBI1 Treatlat on Plaae ef female, Pranne. Mlaoarrlan. Barrennee. Sterility. Bapro liuUnii .nil Ahneaa of Natare. and amohattoally th Ladle' Private Medloal Advinr, a pamphlet of SB pagea, aent fiee to any eddre. Blx oral required I pay poatag. the Pill tnd book will be aent by mall, whan d a red, eearely waled, and prepaid, by i. BKYAH, U. V., daMrat Agent, Mo. 7S Cedar 81.. Mw York. Soldby ellDronl.!. m 1. MaJNLAtf St 00., Wholeeala Agent. OMOIMMATI. Taitn Iditiob SOrm Taooaura. Pr. Harvey's an tMieana of remalaa. Prenancv. ktlaoar- riate. Barrennee. Bterllltv, Reprodnotlon, apd Abnoee of Matuia. and emchatloally the LADIBB' PUVAIB MBDIOAL ADVIBBB, a pamphlet of SO page, aent tree to any addreee. 81z mot required to pay the poetage. Bent by mall, sonSdeDtlally, when dealrel, necks un, and prepaid, by 1. BBVAR, at. m 76 Cedar ft., New Tork-f ertoflo Box J.S7S aanhSl-dawaowly HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. D OO OONIITCTION WATEB. CONSTITaTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. , TBI GREAT REMEDY yo inn CONSTITUTION, 4nd the only known Remedy DIABETES and DISEASES of the KIDNEYS and BLADDER. CONSTITUTION WATER Ha been proneanoed by th Medloal faealey, and th pnblio. to be tha moat wonderful remedy for the per manent our of all dlataaea ef tha 8TOMA0H, tlVBB, KIDBITB and BL4DDBB that ha ever been offered. It 1 not axiNBBAii wax an. 11 ia ira eape ronaa that CONSTITUTION WATBB haa emanated. aod w now Bay let no man doubt, when a tingle bottle ha beta known taoora diseases whioh th beat medl oal talent la tha oenatry has failed ta re Here. A remedy poeaaattag to wtaa or uonenmuon Water emnnot bs olawei ander 'naok" preparation , aa It la now aaed by th aunt aetaallfie praetiUoaars la the elty. It ia only saoond-claaa phystolaaB that ary town popular remedies, while th aetaw aklllad make aaa of every meana 1 aooompiwa turn w oaeaof th phjtleiaa iaereaae a hia knowledge of dif ferent remedial nbli him to prodoe a aara, while other fall la the attempt. Ookntee la eatlafled with the trath. Olv Ooneutntlen Water a fair trial v axaa yea who art ander tome tpsataUtPt oar froaa year to wr, and wa pattiealarly allude to ladiaa who at eea ataatly rsaorttng to locai trtatmmt, and all aorta of looal applications for disease, wit aa maeh ehanaa ef aoo a there wculd be from loaal appUoatlon to tha throat for dlsaaaeB of the brala. Wa havs always bssa earefal to bngaagw la our olrealar that ooald not ahook the ostaalletergaa laatlon, bat wa raoelve so many eommaaleatione from person for whioh Oonitltotlon Water I adapted, and of erhoM dleeeaa bo mantton haa keen made, that w have some to th oanelualoa that II th remedy la aape M of producing a ear, no seatler what th dtseaet mar be, It anon Id be mad koowa. The naediotne la pal ap for lb pnblio, aod Ibat thould be no oxopUn. PIABBTrS) I a dlaaaa of th itomaea aad Hear, aetlng thrjajgh tha kidneys, aad ia, wlthoat doabt, tha moat aba tin t dleeeie. eaeept esnanmptloa, that aaTeota the hoaaaa eoneUtaUon. Whav aa tpaaetfor dlutng aaaaas, bat will Stats mat u i ot an aieeaaa m tea won nralow at th iterehy prtaatpl Ui racetobl portiaB If tha food) Into augar, wbiah atlai ilalaa the kldneje la aa tzMaitva aeo ration at waiar. saaay peroon aoi far from this dlataa whe are ignorant at Ii; that Is, they pets large qaaatlttsa dariag th day, and are ea rned 10 gee ap iroat oaw n hiwb wt inv umwm aw lag the night. Me notto I laaea ef it antll their aa laanoa uaaiiaa w uw aarn uvooa wmmwf rta wbea It a far aevaaeaa a t a aeyeae ta ontrol of ardiaary laaaidle. Aaothtr aymptera la to gtval thirst, wbioa, wna tea etaeas as ntuy aaiaa lhihad. It totolarabio-fAe faMmt rtmkt tatukmllf arMowl aawigr tatUMi auo Sryaass of th saaath. Bracking 01 tne upa, a swae ataana, u u atwiw aw vaaoaa eaaee, ana Bnauy to at appeute, bbm and the aaJent gradually elakarrsaa saaasUoae 1"3 V ,aWi:?';i JV 111- ).,! , floaenrotloB Wats Is. Without leabt, tha. only tern reaMdv Set diaMm, sad w have a anon ooa tdnea that It Is a (peelSo as we have that eplaat will prodaoe alaap, ana iratnniii ear toai 11 aw evary east la whioh It has been aaod. gimeimitieBiaeiaertOal.9isiaeqraT- 1, Brlca vstat vepeeii eic.e ., DUauee arlilns from a fanltr eecKHon la the en eaaa belo t-e illlle, and aooonpanlad br sever pita, aad la Ihe other a too profuse accretion vbloh will be epeedily eared by the coNinTntion watbb OOHBTITntlOI WATBB . . - ' CONSTITUTION WAT MB ooNRTrruvior? watbb OONBTIT0TION WATBB -' OON8T1TTJTIOM WATBB CORBTITDTIOW WATBB OOBIrTITUTIOSl WATBB . OONBTITUTIOII WATBB OOMBTriDTtOct WATBB THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE oNLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMKDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES. IMITATION OV TBI MBOK Of THH BLADDBB, IHrLAHHAUUN or IB! aivriwiw, OAIABBH Of THB ULAPDf B- btsanotjabt AND BUR NINO, UB1NATINO. OB PAINfUL wn Mttmmm It la Irnlw a aaarelen remedr. and too ineh aannot be eald In Ita pralaa. A stogie doa ku ha k.. tanUava tha moat mrett aroptom Are oa trosbled with that dittreeeiog pain in in naall of tha back aad Ihroogh tha hlptl A Uaipoen fal day of tba Oonstltatloa Water will relieve yon Uk magio. PBIBI0I4N8 Hate long ilnce glvea ap the at ef baoha. cabab and inntDor In the treatment of Ihoee dleeaees, and only nae tberj for th want of a batter remeay . CONSTITUTION WATBB has proved Itself equal lo the task that basdevolvsd npon 11. , -DIUBITIOb Irritate and drenoh the kidneys, aad by eonelant nae oon lead lo chrome aegeaeration ana oonnrmea ait MtfO. We preeent th aoriiitation water to tne runno with the eon notion that It haa a equal ia relieving the las of disease for whish It ha been f onrd o ml- nentlv inccotirol ror canng: ana we traet mat we ball b rewardel for oar effort! In placing ao valuable a remedy In a form te mast th requirement of patient and physician. READ! HEAD!! HEAD!!! DiHYiita, Pa., lane 1. 186 Ss. Wa. H. Oaa Deair Bin Ia febraary 1861, I was afflloted with agar dlabatae, and for Bv months I pasted mora than too gauona 01 waior in ewvoiy-iour oonra. t wae on llged lo gl ap bs oftnt as ten or twelre limes dnring in Blgoi, anu in nre monwe a ioat bdoui nity po In weight. Daring me mania or juiy, last, 1 pro- eared two bottle of Oonitllullon Water, and In two dawa after atlni II 1 xprinoM feller, and after takln two bottlea I waa entirely oared, aoon after regaining my ataeigooancanu. luurr, iruiy, J. V. Ii, t WITT Boeroa Ooaans, N. T.. Dee. 97, 1881 War. H flare ck Co. Oenta.t I freely lire ou llbert ta make at ef th following certlScat of the value of Constitution water, wnicn 1 can recommend in the hlaheet manner: My wife wa attacked with pain In tha ahoeldcr, whtl length of tbe back, and In her limb, with Palpitation of th Heart and Irritation of the Bladder. I oalled a phyahjlao. who attended her aboat three months, when he left her worse than he had fonnd her. I then employed on of th beat pay atoiana I could And. who attended her for about ale moathi. and while the wa under hia care ehe did not offer quit as much pain. Ut flntlly gave bar op, and aid "her eaaa wa Incurable. Vor," tald ho, "ahe haa each a eomblnatloo of complaints that medliln gleen tit en operatat agtintl lome other of her affllotlooe." Aboat thi time ah eommeoeed the nit of Constitution Water, and to oar utter aatontahment, almost Ihe Brat dot teemed to have the dawrad effect, and aha kept on Improving rapidly under ita treatment, and now in Barintenda entirely her domeatle affairs. She ha not Ukra any of th Oonitltotlon Water for about four week, and WB are happy to y that It haa paodaeed a aermaoanl cure. WM. M. VAN BBNSOHOTBN. Wbtb snsrtBLB, Oomt., March I, 1683. Da. W. H. Oatoa Dear Sir: Having eaaa yoar advertisement of ' Oonititnttoo Water," raoommended for liflimmaMon of tha Kldnenaad lrilUtion of the Bladder, havlna afferad for the paat three years, and tried the aklll of a aomber ef phyetoiaoi with only temporary relief, I waa tndaotd to try roar medicine. I prooared oae bottle of year agca's at Hartford, ateasre. J. oleoma St Co., and ahea I had nead half of it, ta my sarpris I found a great abang In my health. I hare need two bottlea of It. and am where I never expected- to be tn my life, wall, and la good epirtte. I cannot aipreet hi cratltade for Iti I feel that It I all and more than you recommended It to b. May the bleselng ot Sod arer attend yoa la poor labors ar lor. Youtr, truly, LKONfeftD 8. BIQ1LOW. fOB BAJtBBT ALL DBUaQISW. PAIOB 1. WM. H. GREGG & CO , Proprietor. ! MORGAN & ALLEN, Geatral Ag'U , No. 10 OUfJ Street, New Yojk. if eatala Olaclnnatl: ' - HVUDBAli cV IIHO. do9'8S-dkweop6m Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. TH purtaane of aa order granted by th Probst a court of rrankiia eounty, unto, a win oner ror aala at nubile aactlon. on th Uth dap of January, 1H04, at Ihe door of the Court Home In tald county, the following real estate, situate In franklin oounty, Uhlo.t wlti Ten feel off ef Ihe eatt tide of lot number fifty- eight In Hell 4 Deonlson't Addition to Oolnjnjgs, Ohio. Annialaed at twa hundred dolltrs. Term f Bale On-third ia haad. one-third In on year, and one third la two year from the day ol aale, with Interest, the payment lo be secured by mortgage upon tne premlee sola JOHN M. PUSH. ' Administrator ef Thomae Blddle, deeeeied dcS-w UNITED STATES HOTEL, Beach Street. Boston. (Directly opposite the Boston and Veresster Ballroad Arepowj THE rjNOEHSIONEDe WHO 11 AS bam eonneotid with the American Hoaaa, In thi lt. for over nlae icara. ha leaaed thi well-known and aopalar Bowl tor a term of yean, aod pledgo bmuelf to DM rtaao aaa wa pwoMo to nae nia aw" te toaaua tn mmtauoa or in ubitbu ai Axaa nu- TBL aa a aVt-ata Aowm. The public stay rely apoa Sndlng. at this hoaaa, all In app fiance and comfort ef a ArK-oloa !. " v' 1i7aOT: pbatt aagU-etml Horse Taken Up: TAUHapkyths andertlgned.at Bhadevill, frank lin aoant. a Dark Brown Hon. UK hand hih.: rour white reet. aoan oa lett nine 10;, a nun etar la th forahaad, ahaee oa both fore foot, vappoeed to b about Bv ytars ow next spring oca-dat saireaiijii. ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. WOOD & PEROT, i 1IS RIDGE ATENUE PHTTi ftPTITiPTTTA, Pa.. OWIK YOB IAI apoa the most favorable Terms, BBW and BB AUIIfDL DBBIONS In great variety TBAwVTfl INaa for GBUBTBB1B8. BBBIDBK' naa. aia-r Wrourht aad eart Iron, and 6ALVA5- IEBD IBOH n BBABS TDBIBOi IBOBI V JHABJ DADB, BAIiOONIBll, BTAIBS, OOUrlTBM, fOUH tAMB. SaTBS. OOLUMNB. HITOHIMa P08TB, LAMP BTAIIDB, ABB8, TABLB0, fLOWBB ITAKDB, SOFAS; CH A IBS, BTATUABY, AHIMALg, Bad all ether I roa Work of a DeeoraHv ehractor. Dealfna torwardad far eetoetloa. Penoni aoplylsg for tame, will alee etats the klad of aonc aaeaea. aepfctt ' . Fight near La Grange, Tean. Notice. rantra BiAhhaiSaia at tae rraatna aaa 4Bcsoa i xTarnplkOempaoy, ankwaby aMtaod to meat at lia efflee of tba itore of Btoae ak Lewi, la th flwnne Btoek, ta the elty of Oolumhaa, oa MOHDAV, tuSun 11th, IBM, at 1 'lok P. af., to elect Bv SiMtJa iaklaaad la the tataratte at eald aompaay. -T- " A. rt nTDUa aVaaaamMak. 01 a (TMVaWpTf dalVVaalTHff Peoasabvl , W-4Hwt 1 1 ,- :" t.-'N 1 tl'f t 1 1 laamaaiali SPECIAL NOTICES. crown a in iBaiTAna oa Boaa Taaaav BRONCHIal LU allowed aa progreas rata He la keertoat f almonary Breaoblal and Aathmatl Vlaeaae ofleatima iBoarable. Baawa's Baoacaut TROCHES Faooaas raaah derwoMv tha al ien tad part, aad lire aim oat bar madiata relief, for Baowoatvu, roa A era a A. OaTAkaa, and Oon- COUCHt kuMrnva Caosaa th Troehea far nieful. Foauo Snuaaaa hnd Binanas should have the . AMD r'. , fr rroohes to olear aad strongthea tha Voloe. UiiiTAkT Omcm COLDS. knd SoLniaa who overtax the voloe. and are expoaad to ndda bange aheald aaa them. OaVAUenlytheoMwta. - Brown'e Bronehial Troohee" having provia tneir emoacy 07 a wn 01 muj year, are highly reoommeaded aod preeorlbod by Ptiiel elan and Burgeons In tha Army, and hare reotrred tea- UmoBtalsrrommanymainoni. . a.u k. .11 Druia and Dealers In Medicine la the United litotes and meat foreign oantrlea at SS eta pr Wvnkoop's Iceland Pectoral. Dbeas of th Threat, Obasl and ruimonary srfaus a roarer prevalent, intldlon and dangaroa. Th prop ertlee of a medlelne to alleviate, aara and aproot that eomplalnts,Bast be Ixpeotorant, Anodyne and Invigot- attng, lostentnc lb ouons of the throat, and impart log ton to the ntlr system. Ho dltoorery In medical aoiene ver maiUred tfala olass ot dlae Ilk Dr Wvnkoop's Iceland Pectoral. It Is used with lb moot at tonlehlog result la all ease of Bronchitis, Influence Whooping Ooagh, Dlptherla or Pntrld Bore Throat, Asthma, Croup, Ooagh, Cold, Hervoue irrttabillty to. Th Bev. J. J Potter eerUflee, "that I Jitvo used Dr. Wynkoop's Peotoral for several years, myself and In my family, for severe Pulmonary Complaints, and have reoommended II to several others, and have never teen Ittequal." Bev J. 1. Pott en, Brooklyn, H. T, Hundred s and thousands of Importaut testimonials oould bs produced, showing Its remarkable ear and that it r fattt It ts composed of par Ioelsod Moss, Balm of Ollead Paravlaa Balsam, Blacampane, Confrey, Burdock, aad other lavalaable expeetoraot and tonie ingredients. It Is harmless, prompt and lasting. Invalid and safferers oannot afford to neglect a trial. Brery family ahonld have II. It la remarkable tor Croup, foil danrlp Hons, recommendation and directions accompany each bottle. Bold by all principal Drugglat. , Prepared by Dr. B. D- Wynkoop, and aold by D . B Barne A Co., New York. Jalylt-dAwoa Lyon's Kathairon. Kalhalroa I from th Clreek word "Kathro," or "Katbalro,'' slaslfytng to cleanse, rejuvenat and r iter. Thlt article Is what It nam ilgnlBe. for pre serving, restoring and beautifying th human hair It I th stost remarkable preparation In the world. It I again owned and pat ap by the original proprltor, and I now mad with th same ear, skill and attentlo which govs It a aale of over on million bottles par aa num. ' - , . It Is a most delightful Hair D retting. :. It eradicates scurf and dandruff. It keeps the head oool and clean. It makes tbe hair rich, soft and glossy. It p reran la th hair from falling off and turning gray. II reatoret hair apoa bald heads. Any lady or gentlonan who value 4 beautiful bead of hair thould ate Lyon's Kathairon. It Is known and aaed throughout the elvillatd world. Bold by all rapestabl dealers. DEM AS 8. BAJRNES dV CO., Proprietors, , . NBW TOBK. Jolrlt-dfcwOmeod Hagan's Magnolia Balm. This la the most delightful and extraordinary article eve dlaoovend. It ehaagea tba aan bunt floe and hand to a pearly satia tax tare of ravishing beauty, im parting the marble parity of youth, and the rftettftows appearana ao Inviting la the city belle ot taabloa. remove tan, freckles, plmploe Bud rough mat boat Ihs skin, Itaviag the avmpleaioa fresh, traosparest aad smooth. It contain ao mate rial Injnxioaa to tbe akin Patroniaad by Aoiraaeee and Opera lagan. -It I what every lady aboaldhav. Bold everywhere. ' DEM AH 8. BARNES tfc CO., -r !' Oeneral Agonta, ' soy Brsadwav, n. T. iBiyM-dAVwta Bkeaavveal froaai le 1A Olftca. Dr. A, B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, a ear High at Oolamteu, 0., baa devoted bbasalf Cora aerie of ySki to lh treatment of certain private dletasss. He aube eoaaaltadatblaelsa Bw4p,aaa ttelavbaags Baaii ..- - aalvdlf - t2 Paelttvaly maa from 90 Cants. Somatblog urgently aeaded by evtry person. 10 sam ples tent Bra ky stall for SO osnls that retail for f 2, by ; ft. t. W0L00TT. ' Btipl7-dAw3m m Chatham Bqaara, N . T AUU8BMBNTB. Ellslers Atlieneiia JOHN EWI.BK. .Btasiaajar LABI NIGHT BUT TWO Of ; Miss Caroline Bichings 1 And bar Opera Troupe. - - la acosrdAoo with nowaroaa applioatloa at th Box Offioe, th Daughter 01 ut aegtment win o re Boated for thla nitft oniy 1 Wedaesday Evealne, Dee. 9. 1863, The evening's entertainment will eontltt of lb vr popniar vpera vbiiiivh mi Daughter of the Keciracnt. Mtia OABOLINX BIOItlHOS Oarlooobe (aa old Sergeant) Mr. adorn Begnln TonlA IB VOBBI IVroiOBOJ.... mwi it. am Bortensius. Mr. a. Dtcksoa Dum.. AO AnillHftllSN. In oooaequenoiof thlt (xtraoidinary and rxpendv OomMnatlon, tbeprloeof admlaalon will be Berved8tala....w 7S note. Drea Olrole 90 . Oallary & - Box ofaea onen fr m 10 A. M.toSP. M. .where t.ttt oaa be securad. . IN OONNB0TI0N WITH TBI BOSTOM HUSEUM Psrformaiice going on Night fini Day. Bntraaos ea Wga Street, Basket Biota: 1. -v.-... ... unr-riof J .' -i ' ,'': -ej-i jn-i 11) dl 0T rfB f sail iiiibbbb ii i i SPECIAL NOTlUiSb. REHEFj inafN MINUTE V'jBRYAN'S -v--: Pulmbiilc Wafers! TaaOTlslnat Medicine etlaljllthed In 187, and BraUt eleor in arna erer uhwwm m-. , "Pulmonic Wafers," la this or any other country! al other Palmonlo Wafer are eounterfelt. fhfgeaa laaabe known by th nam BBXAM kag ataampad on etoh Wafer. - --3 - BavAa's Pouiobio WAMf;1' Believe 0oaghs,0oi(l, 8ore ihroat, HarBes, 4 , ...... !'- ' - 1 iftM M 11 BaTA's1?OLiioind WAraas Believe A. thou, BrorAlUs, SUtf Breahfif f .. BavAa's Poutomo WAraaa KelltTe Spitting at Blood, rains la tts Cheet. BaVAJi' Pout onto WAraa ., , , Bellere Incipient Consnmption) lang Dlssesea. Bbvab's Pcuiomo Wassm '. Believe Irritation of the Uvnla aad Tonsils. BatAS's Pdimowio Wavbu Believe the above Complaints la Tan Minnies Barm's Pdlmohio WAraa . 1 Are s Blessing to all Classes and OoustltaAaat,t Bavta's PoLaomo WAraas t J' Ar adsptsd for TocalisU and PabUe Speakers. BavAa'a PoLkTomo W Areas A re In a aimpl form aad pleasant te Ihs teat:- -Bbvab's PcrtKomo Wartes A '( 21 ' ' Iot only relieve but effeot lasting Carat. Bvab's Pcusomo Wavbu ' Are warranted to glr aatlifaotlon to evny one. , .1 j,lA I'lM'tl No family thould be without a.aox of Bsvar'i Poutomo Wanes Inthahouee. :,i No traveler shonld be wlthoat a supply Jfj Bbvab's Pci.aomo Wafwhs' ia bis pocket. 1 No ptnon will ever object to give for ' tM Bkvab's Poimohio WAraaa -l' 4 Twenty-five OenU-t. JOB M0PB8, Sole Proprietor, 97 Oortlandt Itrtet, II . B- I 8AMTJBL,8. BOBBBTI, Agents, OolambaStOhJa. Inly fcw --, liltil'i HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE11 Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Pys 18 THB BB8T IN THB WOBLDI The only Harmless, True ft Reliable Py Known. ,., , f a This splendid Hilr Dye I perfeot-amanges Bad Bnatyor Orey Hair. InttanUy, to a cVaotsy RSetar natural Brown, without Injuring th Halt or Stain ing the Skin, leaving the Hair Soft and Beautiful I fasti parts fresh vitality, frequently restoring II prutlnt color, and rectifies ths 111 streets of Bad Dye. he, gennln I slgaed WILLIAM A-f BATO'tBX0,aBl( nlhera ar men Imltattona, Btd ahonld as avoMsd'. Hold by all DraggisU, etc rmctory IT: 8 1 Maxrctny Btraat. . WKW TOHai, Bttohelor's New Teilsl Ortsas for Drooling the Half.'' an843-dfcwlvipl It bat long been the aim of physMaa lo find a combination af medrelneehrting the rcqnlilt stimulating and tontb prop. sitles to relieve aod, ooa tba' anauBoa' complaint of Billontnee, Liver dleorder Lanrocr, Hradnchv, licwueil trBplrltsT -B IndlgesUon , JAnodle, reyev ud AflaeT ftfete , which are thedHeatatlnid.at telbVj f. climate. Ihe reroedv bu been (Htoovered by Dr Boback, and In thousand f easse the merits of hi. Bitten have pea tasted 1 la the above complaint., and there le hat en votes froek' Ihs people, and that (s In favor of thete traly wooder tal Btonrach Bitten. Wo -advit alt wkd arC sffUcUeTT and aeed an sgreeab'e tonic for th' trouble, above !a dlcated, to eommtne at.occe uajng these BlUaBS. I - Advartlsemant. , .. B0 ,ei;'"0i I -11 TA..'SJ'jr ! Not. tv-a.twwlaj-v -f' '' '"3 kA THE COJiFESSIONrt -BXPFRlm?R- or ai i j yl T .TT A.-;Xa-X".X -.WA jr Pabllthed tor the benelt, and ea a warnlng4aadt"J A 0 ACTION TO TOENQJUIL. who suffer f rom Nervou DoblHtp, Preoutaow Dabty dtf Manhood, eto., tnpplylng at tha awe tuae.1 X , THB MBAN8 Of BELf CUBB, Bp one who haa oared htmeelf kftsr belfrg" pn'flo great-tr expsnss and injury throagh medical bambug and eaMkV'1 say. .tw -sj.. ic-' Jiy inclosiBg A poit-paid addreeeed envelope, tingle oopia auy be had of th author.- aaiiuaiia Biirua,aiq.K " r ?Aatol fcUuaa Toanty, Mi BiAjS7'63-dkwl7p i sArosrpiEE,:.-x'W CONCENTRATED ttf FAMILY SOAP MAKER, WAB makes- tlgh prices; faponlflar hln,ta-upvrj dace ihenu It makes Jaiaf for I Moeak O pound by ating yoar kitchen greaeo. . ,,, TXT ACTIO I Aniiuiloui tree an afsrad f ale, be careful and only bny th PATBNXsD-irtkiltvl. nut np In IBON Mis, all othor blpf XJiinBIJUU FBI IB. ,, ..,,. TKMirT a em PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFAC-fc--.. TURING COMPANY; Philadfllpftla No. 127 Walnut Straetw- ui i.v. -f, r. niuut oaraai. ' Pitt Siei and fiuqoesne Wey-TfT sp ... : h t T ,VUtA. rittebort; fil nbv2S-dAw3msp f OOMBDHlOATkB. ), PaHmoustry Consumption at Catakle) r-r l ' -' f'l laeaaa. h (j ,ja aKll ; A. OA. K D. " TO CONiUMPTITES.,el',l0, Tbs underaigned having been reetoreg to bsaltl Q 4t O few week, by a very il Jiple remedy, aftar having tuffar ed aareral year with a aetar bug ageeUea; aaff taatj, dnad dlseaee, Ooruumptlon Is anxious to maks kaewa to hie fellow-sutferr the mean ot cure r ,.- n Td all who desire It, he will ssnd a oopy of the pros cription and (fro of charge), with th directions for pr a paiing and attng the same, whioh they will tnd is ear' owra for OoaiDMmoa, Arrant, Bkoxcams, Comb, Oolbs, eto. Tbe only object of Ihe advertiser la Bead ing the prescription Is to benefit th eiBlewd aad iproed Information which he eoaorlvea W bs lnvalaaMer and bs hopes srsry sufferer will try bis remedy, aa U will toil them nothing, and may prove ableeatog. Parties wlshlegths prescription will pleeat addrees a i.a Bav. BDWABD A. WILSON, Wllllam.barg, t"i Kings County, New Tf Vlrj Tbe above remedy may be obtained in OoluaihH M-t Ue.ua. THBALL A BBNHAH, Druggists, e.;MS a South High Street. Call for pamphlet, free of ehaiBe.j-.Tsa, epta-dw3(a MANHOOD.11i HOW LOR, HOW IBTOIUJ. Just pnbllthsd, In a Sealed Bnvelopa. v Prlo Bra OeaeA A f A fuoctara u toe Nmtnra. VrBtssiMSi ' and Bad leal Can of Spermatorrhoea ar Semlaal Weak Jo4a Bee, Involantary Bmledona, Bexoal Debility, aad Im- TS pediment to Marrlag genanlly,- Nervoaaneea, Ooa-.aVa ramptloo, Bpllapty and vital Mental and Pbyakal In capaoity, reeultlng from Bolf AbuM, to. By BOBBBT !! J. OOLTBBWBLL, M. ., Author of the Oreta Boar . eto. .;: ' I ) ,-i JAB A Baaa ta Theaianda ml Baifferera, Baol ander aeal, ta a plate envelop, te any addrassi tit post paid, on receipt of tlx cents, er two Beta nia 1 Jiii tumps, by Dr. OHA8. J. 0. ELINB, 1ST Bwsy. NtwTork, Poet OffioeBoxNo. 446S, , , , 1 1 r I 3 eeplu-dAwUml . - -1.1 A Ul J'lvl ITI Partar'a Cmrstfiwa BAlaftm:" has long totted the truth that there are tint principle ?T In Mediolne as there la ia Selene, eaaV thie MedteeM I compounded on principlce-oalted to the manifold Be ta re of Maal The oure of Cold I in keeping open the ions, and creating a gentle Internal waimlh, aad (hat eaoaed by tbe u e of thla Medicine.. Its raandlal "l qualltle an bated en Ita power to aerial the healwjy iia and vlgoroat circulation of blood through tbe laajea, nllvana th mueclee, and assitts the akin te perfjraa, . a 1 it duties of regulating th heat M thetyttom, aad ha geatly throwing 00 th watts substane froaa ah tar.. race or toe nod, uollrat. wairalng, It I nob a violent raeasdvy ! , eearohlng and Setlv. Bee ad 1 vemaement. Seot-dAwlw . DISEASES Or THta "lEnVOUB, BEin(,J mi.. BissiNASAY Area. SBiiiAt. yaTBcma nsw and raltabl treatment a amO ports of tbe HOWABD A88O0IATION Sent by mU in Mateo Kiter nveiopee, in or enarg. aaaraas Dr. i. BKILLBN HOUGHTON, Howard AmMkVm, No. S Soath Ninth Street, Pblmdflpbla, faT novt-4w3mrp. Ii. i ' J , . (- ,t, vr) ii '-i J w""1 Til i (.! Ii"" ''Itl as .Bje-ea ,S .re1!