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MANYPENWY MII-tEB, Fubliehere COLUMBUS, OHIO, JANUARY 16, 18G4. Governor Brough on Northern Dictation. - There Uone passaire in Governor Bbouh Jnaueual Address, which is in singular . contrast and inconsistency with other por- tion of the same document. Speaking oi the Southern people as a whole or lit the mass, Governor Bhoi'oh says: "llicy can not claim for the iiistitntlou of slavery any further pri vilejro or Immunity than the peo- . Die of the Northern StaM.juay see Tiroper ' A. . I . If ft ' ' " T . . SO ejLvoim i n,. ; , . ... - .- , : . Doe the Governor mean to say that a majority at the North have the right to de- ', prive Oie Southern people of their consti tutional rights in regard to slavery or any . other local Institution f If that bi not his ineanlug, we would thank the Governor or 'any other man." to tell us what it is. "'"i The. Governor in his address speaks of shivery as i4a domestic Institution uuder the protection of the Constitution and laws." Have the Northern people a right to with draw it or an other State Institution from that protectiou and thus nullify the Consti tution?! If they have the people in the East may do the same toward the people of the Western States, and deprive them of the benefit of any constitutional guarantee at their sovereign will and pleasure. The Constitution Is, then, not worth a straw. ' . Gov. Brouoh declares In effect that the Northern people may, without regard to the Constitution, dictate terms to the peo ple of the Southern States; and yet he bit terly denies that the North has been, or is seeking to subjugate the South. He couples together 'the triumph of the Northern ar mies aud the restoration of the Old Gov ernment." But would that be a restoration of the "OKI Government" that should de prive the people of any State of the gttnr antees lu the Constitution, which that "Old Government" respected and enforced? The Governor Implies In his Inaugural that he is a convert to the State suicide doc trine of forfeited rights under the Constitu tion. ' If he is not, how can his position be defended that the Southern people cannot claim for a domestic and local institution anything more than a majority at the North may be disposed to grant; and that the lat ter may at tiieir option or caprice despoil the former of privileges and Immunities guaranteed by the National Constitution? Yet, iu a few paragraphs after giving utter ance to this nullification doctrine, His Ex cellency talks about uniting the Southern States "again with their sisters under the provisions of the National Constitution,'1 by which he had just before said the do mestic institution of slavery was protected Dictation. The French Conquest in Mexico--- Juarez. v Though the French invaders .have com paratively but a small portion of the MexT lean territory actually reduced to their pos session, they have already within their lines a large majority of the population. A re cent account states that President Juarez was about to remove his capital from San Louis to Monterey, whither his family had gon and where he would be less than two hundred miles from the United States forces at the mouth of the Rio Grande. A letter from Juarez received at San Fran cisco, and dated the 8th tilt,' explains his policy to be to retire before the invaders, and drawing the French further from their base, to confine himself to guerrilla operations. He frankly admits it to be Im possible, for the Mexicans to compete with the disciplined troops and artillery of the French. He expresses the hope that the tide will be turned in favor of the restora tion of the Union, which he ardently de sires. . Greater than Cesar. From a letter to the New York Time pub lished in the Journal of this city, under the head of "Paris Correspondence," it appears, if we take the writers statements' for gos pel, that Mr. Lincoln Is immensely popular in France. The letter states that lately French savan, at the College de France, be fore an Immense audience, composed of the elite of the intellectual world, cried out 'that Lincoln was a greater man than Cesar." ; . Greater than" CksapJ In what respect does he. bear any resemblance to the de stroyer of the Roman Republic and Roman liberty? Not as a warrior, a scholar or a historian, certainly. But Cesar usurped the government of bis country by means of his army; deprived the Senate of its inde pendent legislative power; overturned the ancient Republic, dad on its ruins caused by a civil war which he fanned into fury mere ly toadvaace his ambitious ends of per sonal aggrandizement, erected a military despotism. Did the wily Frenchman mean to say that in these respects Mr. Lincoln was, or was likely to become a greater man than Cesak? The Mexican Crown. It would seem if we may believe the ru mors afloat, that Louis Napoleon has lit erally won "the elephant," in the Invasion and nearly completed conquest of Mexico, "What to do with it," appears to be even more puzzling than the previous question how to get It One report from Paris is that the French' Emperor favors a return to the republican system in Mexico, and the election of a successor to Jcarsz; another report, equally positive aud authentic, is that the Archduke Maximillian has not declined the Mexican crown, and that he intends to depart for Mexico as soon as he is declared to be the choice of the people by the aid of French bayonets. " ,,u,u' National Democratic Convention for 1864 to be Held at Chicago. At i full meeting of the National DemcA ratio Committee, held In New Yort city, tat the house of the Chairman, lion, Acoumt Belmont, oh tlie'evenln of the 12th Inst, fi Vos unanimously voted that the next fational Democratic ConvenUon be heldjg lilha city of Chicago on the 4th Of July i,xt:?3 J- - J-f " - !: n Successor to Archbishop Hughes. Immediately after tho ftinnrnl services of Aivhbltshop Hughes in New York city, tho suffragan Bishops of the archdiocese met in council, and in accordance with cus tom, sent forward to Rome three names, for tho successorship to the archbishopric Bishop Baily, of New Jersey, dignus; Bish op Timo.n, of Buffalo," dignior; and Bishop McCloskky, of Albany, dignissimus. It is said that the last named will undoubtedly be chosen. He was formerly coadjutor of New York, with the right of succession, which was changed when the new see of Albany was created.1 He is a learned arid eloquent prelate, and Is a native of the State of New York, having been born in Brook- . i ' Th"k President's dog," as the World calls John V. Fornky, Is out In a double leaded leader In his paper, the Washington Chronicle, of Thuriday morning, advocating the rcuouilnatlou of Mr. Lincoln In the most fulsome terms. Shlnplaster Chase had better call on the "Loyal Leagues" for help, or 'Old Abe" will distance him in the Presidential race. One Hundred and Seventy Millions of Dollars Spent Almost Uselessly. ICMftlj'. We And In the proceedings of the United States Senate the following : . . Mr. Halo, of K. H., (ubmittedithe following nw lution : i . . Jtrtolrfd, That a loleot committee be appointed, with instructions to inquire into the present condi tion of the navy and tho efficiency of the iteani en vinni lutalv annstrnntMl. and now being constructed. for the use of the navy, the mode and manner of procuring supplies for tho navy, and the conduct of the department generally; and that the; have power to "end tor persona and papers. Mr llnln mid there haJ been a ronort of an anru inent furnished to him, mado by II r. Dickerson of Mow l ork, in wnion no gives tacts, dale ana ngures to show a total want of intelligence in the Navy De partment, in the construction of iU enginos for ma rine purposes, and tluit thttttule wtructed by the wfwil mode art failure; and" that on hundred miMMiyH millinna i heina etientalmoei uelerlu. I'll is would go to show the corruption or want of capacity in some quarter, lie wouk He would have been glad if the fee ecrotary ol the Aavy bad called lor an in Thims a question that stirs the nation. We are called upon to appropriate about one hundred and vnty millions vl dollars, and I think something should be done with tins naDr. if it contains any thing at all. I feci it proper to call tho attention of the henato to it, and would like a seloct committee to be appointo 1. 1 have no disposition to take this thing in hand, nor to shrink from it. The attention of the oountry it has, and will havo. Nv hi I do not endorse an; f the. e statements, 1 believe, from my intercourse with men who are conversant with the subieut, that there is something wrong. A feeling of despair oomcf over the people on account of naval m'jveu c lbs. One hundred and seventy millions of dol lars being spent uselessly in the navy alone 1 Uselessly so lar as the public interests are concerned, but not uselessly so far as de bauching and demoralizing the people is concerned. The one hundred and -seventy millions goes to keep the present party in power. A Specimen of Garret Davis's Resolutions. The following is the concluding resolu tion of a series offered in the United States Senate by Garret Davis, of Kentucky, and which- led to tho attempt on the part of Wilson,, of Massachusetts, and others, to get Davis expelled from the Senate: ' "T?nms1me'i TNinfc tha rrtrkanrlt ti rr Anairvr - our country can no longer be blinked. The people of the loyal States are resolved into two great parties, the destructive aud the conservative!. The first consists of Abraham Lincoln, his office-holders, contractors, and other followers the second of all men who are for electing Lincoln aud his rnrtv from office and power. The professed objects of tne nrst are to preserve the Union ana to abolish slavery in all the ktates: thev have about ceased to make a pretense of sup porting the Constitution and tho laws: their real objects are to perpetuate their party power, arid to hold possession of .the Government to continue the ajrsrrandizemcnt of their leaders, trreat and small, by almost countless ofllces and em ployments, oy myriads or plundering con tracts, and by putting np to sale the largest amount of spoils that were ever offered to market byany government on earth. Their object is not to eradicate slavery, but only to aooiisn its iorm ana tne mastery, to subjugate wholly the rebel States and ut terly to revolutionize their political and social organization; to destroy or banish and strin of their rroicrtv all the nro- slavery people, secessionists, anti-secessionists, loyal and disloyal, combatants and noncombatants, men. women and children. the decrepit and the non compos mentis, all whom they can not aboLitiouize, and to dis tribute the lands of-the subjugated people among tucir louowers, as was none by tne ltoman conquerors ot tneir own country men; to proclaim a mock freedom to the slaves, but by military power to take pos session of the freedmen and work them for their own profit; to do all this, and also to enslave the white men by tram Dl in under foot the Constitution and laws of the United States and the States, by the power or a suDsiaizcu army, anu, lest it should ial tcr, by hundreds of thousands of neoroiani- taries, organized for that purpose by the Secretary of War and the Adjutant General i ne nrst ana paramount obtect ot the ton servatives is to preserve their own liberties by saving the Union, the Constitution and tne laws lrom utter and nnal overthrow by the destructives, not themselves to be en slaved under pretext of giving a fictitious franrltfty t wli a nnrviini rl nnrif am nnJ perpetuate the Union, and to bring back the people in revolt by renewed andsufllclent fuarautees of all their constitutional rights, here is no cfrbice left to any man but to be a destructive or conservative! The Small-Pox in Washington. ,The Washington correspondent of the Chicago Tribune writes: There is a great terror here on account of the small-pox. llieaeatn or rsenator .Bow den, of Virginia, from this disease, in its most malignant form, has added to the fright of the people. I know of strangers coming here who will not ride in a horse car or carriage to the theater, -or in fact to any public place, where people are congregated together, on account , of the fear of infection. A memberyestcrday introduced a resolution in the House ap pealing 10 tne city aumoriues to estamisn suitable hospitals for the treatment of this disease. Proposed Unrestricted Trade in Cotton. The Cincinnati Commercial has the follow WASHINGTON, January 14. be allowed to take supplies of any kind with them. Jt is stated that large iimounwoi conoa cu mus e oDiainea. !The Secretary bf the Treasury has under consideration tne Question submitted hv mi. merous parties livintr olonr -the twmW of the States of Tennessee, Alabama and Mis sissippi, of an unrestricted trade in cotton is stated an reliable authority -anions' othemf .Adjutant General Thomas, who has recently come trora there that there Is an immense quantity which can easily bc-mni!" available. , It is proposed to allow all it sous, regardless of their loyalty, to bring their cotton within our lines, and sell it for jryenbacks, and return, if they choose, but 4 . Leasing Abandoned Plantations. A spccriil dispatch to the Cincinnati En quirer has, under date of Jan. 11, tho follow ing item of Memphis news: i Rules and regulations for leasing aban doned plantations and employing freedmen have been published by w. 1. fllellen, ycrlntcndcnt aud special Agent, '-and Mcllen, Stir, lit, "-and are comprised in .twemty-thrco sections, too lengthy, to bo telegraphed lu full. Any loval citizen is clip-lble to lease a plantation. By provision by special lieiicflt to persons, moderate preference will bo given to those who want small . portions of land. When no negroes are employed, rents can be paid by a certain charge on the products raiswl. A more rapid ami fruitful source of wealth than the mines of California is presented to capitalists who will, during next year, turn their attention to raising cotton on aban doned plantations, under these regulations. ' Fouk Soldikus Fbozex to- pKATin-T'A.-tlve of the N. Y. Tribane, writing v. v, ,..i i from tho headquarters of the Army of the Potomac (Brandy Station), says: , . ; ,. The weather of late has been intensely and on New Year's night four soldiers frozen to death. Quito a largo num- ber of our troops Buffered badly f rom tho severe frost, and many of them had their limbs frost bitten, and were so thoroughly cmiieu inai is required me exertion oi nieuicai skiu to rexiore nnimaiiou. unc or two of these unfortunate -men who were frozen to death, 1 regret to announce, were in a state of intoxication borderingon insen sibility, and to this fact alone may be at tributed their tefrlble fate. Rf.lf.ask of Ex-GovEnxon Pratt 'fhe IIon.-Tiiomas G. Pratt, Ex-Governor of Maryland, who was recently sent to I-ort-i rcss aionroe to neiorwaraeu across inclines, returned to thifrclty yesterday morning in w... i.o v;.J,a it n.in Ko Jnil the boat from the ortress. It v, 111 be recol- lected that this gentleman Was arrested several Weeks since on tho charge Of dls- Invnltv In (Wllnino- to vote nt tho rpeent loyalty in ut cnning to vote at tne recent State election, in conscquenoe of a certain o.ith hoino- ri'milrrxl of him hefnrn tin wnulil be allowed to exercise the elective franchise. ,i.i.. !,-.,, . . .., Oil reaching I Ortress Monroe lie was do- taiueu vy uenerai ijuuit, iinu on oauiruay was unconditionally released by order of the President. AVe are pleased to learn Washington Constitution. Freed Africans. ' The results of a war degenerated Into a crusade to promote equality between white Americans and black Africans on this con tinent are being developed at a rapid and fearful rate.- The desolation, devastation, disorder, physlcial and moral misery which ensued in Spanish Aincrlca, iu Mexico, and in islands of the West Indies on attempt to elevate Indians and Africans to an impossi ble equality with white men, hnvu ul ready begun iu extensive portions of tho United States a destruction so marked that it may well tcein to be the vengeance of God upon the Bervertea nasstons or miscraole men. The report of Mr. Yeatinan, President of the western Sanitary uommisHion, as given ' in the Tribune, does not permit any possible . doubt of the frightful condition ot the freed All-leans who are scattered aiouir the Mis sissippi, from Cairo to Xatchez. Xo honef-t and humane man can read it without a cold shudder. Nothing in the baracoons of the African coast; nothing in descriptions of tne norrors or tne mwuie passage; nothing in the worst cases or cruel treatment of Held slaves by Inhuman overseers can surpass tnis awiui recora oi nungcr, starvation, and death. The system of slave labor was an evil most grcivous to be borne; but It is as nothing in comparison with the private and public stinermir and iniury now Ik-Id 2 in flicted by the utter incapacity of the men who play statesmen in Washington. The President has formally announced to Con' gross, In a special message, that he is un aoie to grasp the great problem ot the fu ture disposition of these freed Africans whom Abolition hate and Southern treason ihave thrown upon our hands. lie confesses himself Imps conUii. And yet in the face of tills admitted poverty of ability to deal jWitn tins proDiem , or problems which now demands solution, he impudently asks the people to give him a ncvy lease of omcei .. , , . Mr. Yeatman reports twenty-live thou sand freed Africans gathered in camps and towns along the Mississippi; that in Mem phis the treatment which the negro receives irom wovernment azents. contractors, and plantation lessees Is such that "he feds that he has exchanged one master for many masters, and he sighs to return to his former nome ana master:', mat in .Northeastern Louisiana the negroes complain that they ''are hired out to men who treat them, so far as providing for them is concerned, far worse than thcYr secesh masters did:" that a majority of Mr. Chase's plantation lessees are 'auventnrercs, camp followers, and army sharks;" that at Young's Point there is more squalid poverty and destitution than in any place ever visited with "sickuess and death frightful;" that at De Soto the Government had furnished no rations to the starving negroes for more than two weeks: that at Xatchez manv of the mrrnwa had returned to their masters on account of suilerlncr lu the Government cirans. w'sich had by deaths been reduced from four thou sand to twenty-one hundred. "Mr. Yeatinan concluded his report as fol lows: There are doubtlees some nointe and camns which I have overlooked. I endeavored to procure all the niormation I could, and in tne progress of my inves tigations I found that the simple work of humanity to the merely destitute, great and important as it is. is secondary to some other things, and the injustice milth ,kl.h ,k. f 1 ....... . i ,L. : " ' " 1. 1-' t" 1 1 uwi mi' u m v Mninj, iu, uuu i ij Ulllg them in a state of involuntary servitude worse than WMirom vntcA they Art tie eeeupea, made me desirous oi returning ana preseutiug toe subject to tbeeons mission. If the freedmen' Wish to contnu-t their labor, let them do it themselves, and net be Aired out againtt their tclllt to pertont fur vhitm they art not milling to tcork. These people should be educated up to and made to realise their now condition. Their masters fold tnein or h.red tnem out, .fed them, and ol thed mem: let tnem now hire themselves out, and with their wages buy their own fuod and clothing, and supply all their otfier wants. If they are hired out against their wills, and are fed and clothed as before, thev do not realise that ther are friMi mn It only appears to them a change of masters, and that for the worse; for, before, the master's interest prompted him to feed and olotho them well, to sup ply a physician and medioinei, and to take care of uiem wnensioR. i What a picture Is this of abolition hu manity and Integrity 1 The poor negro will yet cry in the agony of despair to be saved irom sucn menus. js.i . world. LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY. The Senate, on Friday, Jan. 15th, was openea witn prayer by vr. Trimble. Messrs, Gunckel. Hall. West Loudon anrl Converse presented memorials, the latter of wnicn concerned the contested case from uie utn senatorial district, -.. i - s . ! A bill was introduced To amend the law relative to foreign insurance companies doing business in Ohio, so as to authorize the publication of required advertisements in Toledo. The special order was consider ed, being the resolutions protesting against the allowance of the re-enlisted veterans on the quota assigned to this State under uie tirart, and, after various amendments. recommitted to the committee on Military Affairs.'' ' i A resolution, offered by Mr. TVUIett, was adapted; dlrcctingthe Appropriate commit tee to report a Dill lncreas nir the compen sation of County Treasurers in counties where the present comrennflt!on is inntifti- rlent. The committee on Privileges and Elections reported that Isaac "Gloss, con !H$ant tagaiust T. J. Kenny, is entitled to the Seat m Senator from the Ashland dis trict. The report was asreed to and Mr. Gloss appeared, took the oath of ofllce and pilfered upon Tils duties.- - - , . - , The committee 'of the ""Whole discussed iieveral bills, but was mostly occupied with pat of Mr. Gimckel,'To tax cities to pay j to allowing parties to testify, was adopt correspondeut WV A, resolution to pay the Governor's salary in coin was referred to the Hnance committee, pending an amendment to pay members of tho Legislature in the same manner. A resolution was adopted, thank cold, lug Hon. G. V. Dorsev for his 8th of Jan were ary address, and asking a copy for publl- cation. ' for property destroyed by mobs or riots. xiiv tjdiiiws itni,i)r,!i tne Jiuusn renuiuuwni, 1 .. , I . .. I . .. .. ,1 1 , . T"i .... In . tup! lloi'MK, Mr. Mather opened the sesslou with prayer. Messrs. AVoOil, Kel logg mid Moccliotitio presented jjetitlons, and Messrs. Iockwood and Putiiiun ga,ve notice of Intended introduction of bills. BUls were introduced To so amend the road law as to require men between the ages of twenty and sixty to work a poll tax or pay three dollars, no property to be ex empted from the payment of such tax;- To prevent the desecration of the sabbath; To permit minors who enlist in the National Army to attend school after attaining their majority; To give tho benefit of poor laws to persons ot African descent within tills State; To prevent persons leaving the State to avoid the dralt, from voting or holding ofllce; To amend the act regulating the sale of poisons. A report from the committee on the Ju dietary adverse to amending the code rela- MARRIED. 0n Doe,,,,!,,,, 3l8t HpjnolJslmru, Ohio, li.v Kuv. Hugh C. McBriile, A. M., Mr. Noah K. liLAi'Hga to Aliss Mkmksa A. HwisllKii. huth of Licking onuntv, Ohio. I ! 1 K KSS. Self-Abuse. Loss of Power, Impotence. 1're r.. mature Decay, Sexual Disease, etc., a pamphiot of Wpescontalning important advice totheatnicted, ' Skw Mkdioal Dibcovkry. 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Next Door to the Poetofflce, 'octM'tB-dly COLUMBUS, OHIO. Administrator's Sale of Beal Estate. W PtlBSVANC'E OF AN ORDER Grant ed by tbe Probata Court of Franklin aount Ohio, I will offer at publio auction on ,t ... . , .. ; Tbnradajr, (he Slat day of January, Je as. itw at S o'clock afternoon, upon the premises, tho follow ng described real estate, situate in tne county, ot franklin, and State of Ohio, to wit: Xot number one hundred and fifty-six (1M) in tho town of I-ockbourne. in said county. , Appraised at in. (X) one-halt in one year from day ot sale, with in- irest. ina .eterren payment to do aaoured r;y loruageon lue premuos soii. - , , . JOSEPH BRANTNER, , Administrator of Simon Joiner, deceasod. BrxooiM A MoUurnr, his Att'ys. - - ' decl8-30d OlO Reward. STIIAYED OR, STOI-EIV TROirl THE PREMISES OF TIfE X subscriber, on or about the 1st of January, 1864. A. SORREL MARE. With a whit spot In her forehead and one on tho point of her nose, a glass speck lu ner right eye, both bind loet white, ana a dark spot on nor right rum The above reward win Da paid to any person w .1 nil, ,... v.. i-llj jrainill TT I III aid mare to me at H. Harmon's, No. 17 reet, Columbus. Ohio. , J. II. 1TIILLER. 111 return raid North High lireel Jano-dtwAwH" . Kartin Marafa Estate .. XjOTICE IS HEREBY ClVfcH . THAT J.1 the underaigped has this day been duly appoint dand qnaliflaol by the rrobata (Jourt of Franklin County, Ohio, administrator of tho estate of Martin Mara, lata of ina cuy m voiomnns, unto, debased. mm 1 rJr K . V V . . . nLn mm . , ja , A.'iniiifAVtiiii. dw!Slsloc2Mltcw3ir '..ii. .-' -isu'.t.'if'i: ,:-'J 1 , . ; ' ? i ' i ' ' J ; EYE! Skillfully Trcatcil , FOB ALL DISEASES & DEFORMITIES! TO WHICH TURT ARI SUBJKCT, BY JONES, NEW YORK, Who has been Induced to return to Colum bus for a limited time that all the atliicted who may need his still may avail them selves of It. . . PR. JONES is now practicing at the AMERICAN HOTEL, in tills city, where he will remain until January 21st, 1804. He euros all curable diseases of the Eye and Ear, and performs all difficult or delicate operations in ' Ilo operates for cataract without pain, by a now Ho straightens Cross-Eyoi in one tnlnuto, in old or yonnn. He inserts Artificial Eyes to move and appear nat- 1)R. JONES euros Soro Eyes with mild medicines, that Kivc no pain. ........ 1)11. JONES has graduated at the best Medical Ciillcfos of Europe and America, and has had the benefit of the Eve and Ear Institutions of Europe and Amorioa. His lHjilotna; eto., hang in hi office. ltooin ' . ' lo. 120 American Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, UNTIL JAHUftRY 2IST, 1864. Consultation Free ! Gt'KRKSEY Branch State Bank or Omo.l Wahiiinoton, 0.,7th i)ec.,1863. Thavo been troubled all my life with one ornoked five, and mi vision was seriously atfueted thereby, laving heard of the numerous euros and "killful operations performed by Dr. Jones, now prauticins; at the Neil HnAe. in Columbus, Ohio, I resolved to have him straisrhtcn my Eye. I visited bim on tho 24th of November, and in ono minute ho straightened my Eye most satisfactorily, without my fooling it. lad riso the afflicted to avail themsolves of Dr. .Tonoa'i visitatonoo. S. li. LAWRENCE. Cashier Guernsey Branch Bank. Washington, 0., Deo. 7. 1883. Cmei-Kyed pertnnt can never e perfectly et pecially vHth the Eye that U the mot crooked. The operation rettore eight and appearance, and with Dr. J. it it a tur thing. Deafness Cured. A young man, aged 17, who lives with me, has boon deaf from infancy, with noises in his head. I placed him under Dr. Jones's treatmunt a fow days ago. who has very much improved his hearing and auietod the noise in bis head. 1 would advise tho afflicted In go atsnoe to Dr. Jones. I am a fanner, live 10 miles from Columbus, t ranklin county, ou the t. r, & I Before he went to Dr. Jones we could scarcely make him understand at all: we now talk to mm very com- fortably, and he is still improving. ' . K T. 8. AVERY. My ion's Eyes wort crooked for 10 years. Having doctored for them for a rear or more in vain. I took him to Dr. Jones, who made his Eyes straight and natural immediately. - MKW. ilcULISi r.K, , k No. 115 Hound street, Columbus, 0. My Eyea were crooked for 16 years, and the aight Impaired thereby. Dr. Jones operated on them, and has made them both straight and full, and made the sight good. MAKK .WAuAbK, Jackson street, Columbus, 0 I was troubled with my hoaring and aa unpleasant feeling in my Ears. I omployed Dr. Jonts to remedy my trouDle. wnicu ne naa done most satist wtomy. ERASTUS MARTIN, Woodstock, Champaign county, 0, ' I loatone of my Eyea in the service of mr country. I called on Dr. Jones, who has pnt me in an Eye which gives me no pain, which movea natural, and which cannot be distinguished from my natural bye, WM. McKOKCi.E, , ? " . i HechanlosDorg, Champaign county, O Patients need not stay with Dr. Jones if their diseases or deformity requires an operation it is done in a fow minutos; if they require modioino they will receive what is necessary to offoct a cure at onoe, and .can take it at nome wiluoui neglect ot business, His Fees vary from $10 to (500. His Terms are Cash. ..!,. Jf - , . . . 'I - ... My Eyes have been week and watery for many , years, and I was troubled with fl eating snots before k i, l i. . v..:t ti mvuii vl. v 1 1 u i j ii, nuu la in' n iu, ..vtl uiniw.iivg me medicine for tnem seventeen days ago, whioh has entirely cured them. No one can toll h ' I do foel to the Dootnr. ow grateful 11ISS MARY KROUSER. ! , , Lancaster, 0., Doc. 5th, 1843. j OZOENACURED. : I had been troublod with an offensive breath, earn ed by a very unpleasant disease (Oioena) in tbe nose, which had nearly destroyed the bone. I have been under Dr. Jonos'i troatment fire months, and am cursa. it is inren monins since 1 quit using medi cine, and am satisfied the diseaae 1. antirnlv aiii-a,! Doctor, I wish yon to publish thii for the benefit of omera, anu 1 snail ever rememnor you with gratitude, ANNIE HT0NEB-, Pittsburg, Pa. I became deaf in ono Ear from scarlet fever, and was troubled with a discharge of the Ear, which fi nally destroyed the ear dr-itu and loft me deaf in that Ear. On December 4th. Dr. Jones Inserted an arttn. r oial drum, which enables me to hear a watch tick four i incnos irom my &ar. 1 reoummrnd the afflicted U UT. tone. JOSEPH PETTIT. Name, ana Address of Other Cored J hy Jr. Jonea. j Mrt. "Maria F rants, born with both Eyes vervorook- ened by Dr. Jones. I ....- John (1. Hall. nrnsN-evAdl-'HtraTfftitjinji 1,w T1 T. lives in Greene township, five miles south of Spriug- uvm,un viiiiuii naa. Austin Hanks; both Eyei were deformed and very eroekod: made natural and straight by Dr. Jonea; lives at Vineenncs, Clark county, 0. David (annM'a flatifrlitnr? liAi-n will. Mvw.1r.ut , Eyes; made straight and natural by Dr. Jonos; lives I at Woodstock, 0. Warron llassington, Woodstock, Champaign Co., O.: pnt Eye in. - - Timothy Rvan; straightened both Eyes; Uvea at Woodstock, Champaign county, 0. I And many others, far and near. ' . ,': " T ' f I have been hard of hearing, with noise In my bead, for several yean. I placed myself under the troatment. of Dr. .fnnea. wha la nnw ntwlUn. .t Ik. ffin and SZll thTnoi.'Jfla Sv h OW. American House, Columbus, He has restored my iw ir. beside mvsolf. andean rmomirinnl himtntji. artlinf- ' ed. I am a farmer, aud live at Marion, 0. j ,. - i . F. VV. KOONS. ! Mr son was afflietad with an offensive dlsohargeof ..iii " ii ii. u w m iH, umuviui ii i . uuarmK. I plaoed him under Dr. Jones seven weeki ago, and to r MUBiBDuun us u odv vDiiroiv cured, i ' , - - . HENRY ASJTLY, ' j Franklin county, near Columbus, Jan. 4th, 1664. ' I haro been cross-eyed tor SO yean. Dr. Jonos airaigncenea my x,yu is two minutos. ,.. .v i JOSEPH M. BARR. 3M Ohio regiment, InTalld Corpi, now at Camp ! Chase, Columbus,, ., , , , -: , . I Dr. J. would also refer to Mr. J. Wiley, in thii elty. Water street, between Friend and Rich streets, whoso little son's Eyes he straightened. . , Deafness and noise in tho head, la all IU forms, oured if the organ is not destroyed. I have beea afflicted with Stammering and Btut- txrin. for 10 veara. Dr. JnnM Aiipiwl m 1m k.ir UFPJ, D,Mir so i nan una auu reaa wiwouian impediment whfeh I eould never do beforo. I feel like a new' iuau, and liutll ever remember Dr. J . with gratitnde r., . . . JACOH SEALS, Portimouth, 0, 'j , llEMEJinEIlJ ' , I . t-i)j. .";.' --"c: A-n..l SPECIAL NOTICES. THE GKEAT ENGLISH EEMEDY. SIR JAME3 CLARKE'S OelclJratodjireinalo l'llls. PROTECTED LETTER BY ROYAL PATENT 1 Prtvared from is pretcHptlnnof Sir J. Clarke.M.p. . J'hyMan Extraordinary to th Qrteen. ,' This Invaluable medicine Is unfailing in the cure of ill those painful and dangerous diseatas to which tlie female constitution ia subject. It moderates all fl eets and removes all obstructions, aud speedy core uiay be relied on ' 1 rv- -, . -i; ) TO ltlAKRIGD LADIES -it is peculiarly luited. It will. In a short time, bring on tho monthly period wtth regularity. Each bottle, price Ono Dollar, bean tho Oorern- "nient" Stamp of Ureal Britain to prevent counter. JSU-s. ,. - - Cantlon. The mi thovltl not be taken by female during the flSST TURKS MONTHS of Pregnancy, as they art tur to bring on ilUcurriagt, but at any other time they are nte. ,n In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain In the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Hysterics and Whites those Pills will offoct a euro whan all other inaaii have failed; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the constitution. . ,, . , -. ., , . ;. , Full directions In tbe pamphlet aronnd eaoh paek- age; whioh should beoarefully proservod. "V -Sole Agent for the United States and Canada. , . .. JOB MOSES, JTCbrtland Street. Now York. N. B. tl.OO and six portage stamps inclosed to any authorixed Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills, by return mail. H. E. SAMUEL, Q ROBERTS. Agents, Coluin- bus. Ohio. - ulyJO-dAwlveOw Roback's' Stomach Uittera. SOLDIER'S HOME, SuPKRINTFJNDKNT'a OfFIOK, . Cincinnati, June 4, 1868. 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