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TEUHI8 V-(iMVARIABLT 1M ABYlNOH.) tuCarrier, per weei... v TrKWeekly. per year W etltljr, single cop j, one year- Clubs of foui copies, one rear.-..- " " six montht Clubs of ten copies, on year - " . " f six monthi CI abs of twenty eoples, ono your- ' iix months With an additional aopy to th party who iota , i Club of ten or twenty. ,.9 09 ,. SOo .. 4 60 .. 1 OS .. 1 00 .. T oo ..8 60 ..IS 00 .. s oo ..to 00 . U 00 op the Platform of the Democracy of the United States. ' The following Is a correct copy of the Keeoluttons, or riatlorm, adopted by a nauimous rote of the National Dcrno tratio Convention at Chicago, on the 30th day of August, 18G4; THE RESOLUTIONS. t Jtttnlttd, That in th future, an in the put, we will adhere with unswerving fidelity to the Lnion Slider the Constitution aa the only solid foundation ef our strength, security and happiness as a peojple, and as a framework of government equal y conduc ive to the welfare and prosperity of all the btatos, both Northern and Southern. Jtetolved, That this Convention does explicitly de elare, as the sense of the American people, that after four years of failure to restore the Union by the ex periment of war, during which, under the pretence of a military necessity or war power higher than the Constitution, the Constitution itself has been disre garded in every part, and publio liberty and private right alike trodden down and the material prosperity of the country essentially impaired justice, human ' ity, libertv, and the publio welfare demand that im mediate e'flort be made for a cessation of hostilities, with a view to an ultimate convention of the htates, or othor peaceable means, to the end that at the ear liest practicable moment peace mar be restored on the bia of the Federal L uion of the States. . Mttotxed, That the direot interference of the mil itarv authorities of the United States m the recent elections held in Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, and ltelaware. was a shameful vii huionof the Constitu tions and a repetition of such acts in the approach ing election will be held as revolutionary, and re sisted with U th means and power under our eon- Kesoies. That th aim and object of the Demo crat ie party is to preserve the redoral Union and the rights of the States unimpaired: and they hereby declare that they consider that the administrative suurpation of extraordinary and dangerous powers not granted by th Constitution: the subversion of th oivil by military law in States not in insurrec tion: the arbitrary military arrest, imprisonment, t'ial and sentence Of American eititens in States where civil law exists in full force; the suppression of freedom of speech and of the press; the denial of the richt of asylum; the open and avowed disregard of Slate rights; the employment of unusual test . oaths; and the interference with and donial of the right of the people to bear arms in their defense, is calculated to prevent a restoration of the Union, and the perpetuation of a government deriving its just powers from the consent of the governed. . BetdUed, That the shameful disregard of the Ad ministration to its duty, in respect toour fellow-citi-aens who now are, and long have been, prisoners of war in a suffering condition, deserves th severest reprobation on the score alike of publio policy and common humanity. Mttoleed, That the sympathy of the Democratic J arty is heartily and earnestly extended to the sol iery of our army and sailors of our navy, who are and hare been, in the field and on the sea, under -the flag of their country; and, in the event of its at taining power, tbey willreoiveall the care, protec tion, and regard that the brave soldiers and sailors of the Kepublie nave so nouiy eerueu, McClellan's Platform. ORANGE, NEW JERSEY, Sept. 8. GmiTLSMM : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt ot your letter informing me of my nomina tion by the Demooratio National Convention, recent ly assembled at Chicago, as their candidate at the next election for President of the United Slates. It is unnecessary forme to say to you that th Sirnination eomes to me unsought. I am happy to know that when the nomination was II le the record of my publio life was kept in view. The effect of long and varied service itrthe army, during war and peace, has been to strengthen and make indellible in my mind and heart the love and reverence for the Constitution, laws and flag of our country impressed upon me in early youth. These feelings have thuslar guided the hours of iy life, and must continue to do so to its end. Th existence of more than one government over the region which once owned our flag is incompati ble with the peace, the power, and the happiness of tbe people. 'The preservation of onrCnion was the sole avowed object for which the war was oommenced. It should have been conducted for that object onlyand in accordance with those principles which 1 took occa sion to declare when in active service. Thus conducted, the work of reconciliation wonld nave been easy, and we mighi have reaped the bene fit of on r many victories on land and sea. The Union was originally formed by the exercise of a spirit of conciliation and compromise. To re store and preserve it, the same spirit must prevail in our councils, and in the hearts of the people. The re-establishment ol the Union in all its integ rity is, and must continue to be, the indispensable condition in any settlement. So soon as it is clear, or even probable, that our present adversaries are ready for peace, upon the basis of ti e Lnion, w should exhaust all the resources of statesmanship - practiced by civilised nations, and taught by the traditions of the American people, consistent with the honor and interests of the country, to secure inch peace, reestablish th Union, and guarantee for the futurs th constitutional rights of every State. The Union is the one condition of peace we ask no more. ... ,,, Let me add what I donht not was, although unex posed, the sentiment of the Convention, as it is of the people they rejresent, that when any one State is willing to return to the Union, it should be receiv ed at once, with a full guarantee of all its constitu tional right. . ...... , It a frank, earnest and persistent effort to obtain those object should fail, the responsibility for ulte rior consequences will fall upon those who remain in arms against th Union. But th Union must be preserved at all hazards. .... 1 could not look in th face my gallant comrade of the army and nary who have survived so many bloodv battles, and tell them that their labor and th eaeritioeof s many of our slain and wounded bratn reo bad bean in vain ; that we had abandoned that Union for which w bare so often periled our . Avast majority of our people, whether in the army and nary or at home, would, at 1 would, bail with unbounded joy the permanent restoration of peace, on th basis of th Union under the Constitution, without the effusion of another drop of blood. But do peace can be permanent without Union. As to the other subjects presented in the resolu tions of th eonvention, I need only say that I should seek in the Constitution of the United States, and the laws framed in accordance therewith, the rule of my duty, and the limitations of executive power; endeavor to restore economy in publio expenditure, re-establish the supremacy of law, and, by the asser tion of a more vigorous nationality, resume our commanding position among th nations of th The condition of our finances, the depreciation of ihe paper money, and th burdens thereby imposed on labor and capital, show the necessity of a return to sound financial system; whilst the rights or oiti isns and the right of states, and th binding au thority of lawovr President, army, and people, are subjects of not less vital importanc in war than in "ISeHeving that th views her expressed are those of ibe convention and the people you represent, I accept the nomination. 1 real is the weight of the responsibility to be born shonld th people ratify your choice. Conscious of my own weakness, I ean only seek fervently th guidance of th Kuler of th Uni verse, and, relying on His all powerful aid, do my best to restore Union and peace to a suffering peo ple, and -establish and guard their .iberues and iif.hu. . . Jain, genUmenvvery resTHwtfully, - Your obedient servant, ' - GEORGE B. McCLELLAN. Hon. Horatio Seymour, and others, committee. McClellan's Record. In regard to th politioal condnct of affairs, yon will please labor to impress upon the inhabitants of Missouri and the adjacent State , that so arefght ingtol ly for th integrity of th Union, to uphold th power of our rational Government, and tor tor to th nation th bUttingt optac and good or stsr. (McOLILLAIf TO Hallkck. Ws tnU molt readily tupprtt thtt rebellion and rtor th authority of th Oowrnment by religiou. ly respecting th Constitutional rightt of all. 1 know tnat I express th feelings and opinions of th Presi dent when I say that we are fighting only to preserve the Integrity of the Union and the Constitutional au'horitv of the tieneral Government. 7 As inhabitant of Kentucky may rly upon it that thir dontio institution mil in no manner binr Urftrtd with, and that thty will receive at our hand ictry Constitutional protection. 1 have only to re peat that yon will, in all respects, carefully regard the local institutions of the region in which you command, allowing nothing bnt the dictates of mili tary to depart from th spirit necessity cans yon of these instructions. MoC'lillah TO Bubll. This rebellion has assumed fh character of war i as such it should be regarded ; and it should be con ducted npon th highest principles known to Chris tian civilisation. It thould notb a war locking to th tubhigation of th ptopl of any UtaU in any event. Jt thould notb at all a tear upon popula tion but agnintt armed fore and political organ isation. Neither confltoali-yn opraptrty, political urtt-vtion of ptrton. territorial organlatio of mat, nor jfon ibU abolition of lary thould b eonUmvlatdora mommt, uprotacuting thtnar. all pritat property and unarmed ptrton thould b ttrlcily protected, subject only to th neoessity of military operations. All private property taken for military us should be paid or reoeiptod for; pillag a,nd waste should be treated as high crimes; all uu neoesbary trepss sternly prohibited, and ouonsiv demeanor by the military towards eitisen promot ly reou kod . Military arret! t thould not b tolerated, aneeni in plaoet vher aetie hoililitie Mt, and eatht nnt rrttuired by enactment eonttUutionaUy m,ti thould b neither demanded tor received. J)jili'arr government should be confined to the pres r.t,,,n of roihlic order and the protection of politi T. ?;,.! "'" ) aUotfdt to. V r u. ". h th rn.t lion of ritud. either by tup. jm-. 7 or impairing th authority of th matUr, -j diord. a i other cat. or pitting lUULthia Habiox LAjtm Lina. Tim, and th long eontlnuano of good fortune obliterated the recollection of the calamities of years preceding the adoption of the Constitution.--They forgttthat conciliation, common intereett, and mutual charity have been the foundation, and mutt b thttupport of our tiovernmtnt, and alt the rela tion! of lift. m ' Rebellion agaiiut a Ooeerntnent Me ourt, which contain within ittelf thmtaHor(f-adjutmnt and a pacifia remedy for nilt, thould neeer b confounded Kith a revolu tion agaimt detpotie power, which reytet rtdreu of wrong. (.UuClsllan'i Wkst Point Oration. Lincoln's Platform. EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, July 18. To whom it may concern l Any proposition which embraces the restorat on of peace, the integrity of the whole Union, and the abandonment of slavery, and which oomes by and with an authority that can control the armies now at war against the United States, will be received and considered by the executive government of the Uni ted States, and will be met by liberal terms on sub stantial and collateral points, and the bearer or ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Thk peculiar taint ot infection which we call Scrofula lurks ir tlio constitutions o multitudes of men. I cither produces or if mxl need by an en 'coMal, vitiated sta e i?"of the blood, where a ' 4 llj.vtlint fluid becomes ir a-riraroiniictcnt to sustain -m-?..i,.. ..:...i r . : .i.:. Tftilinu null luura III mm vigorous notion, and lenves the grstrm to ir full into disorder nntl dernv. The scrofulous contamination is rnrioiislr caused hy mcrcuiiul disease, lotr living, disordered digestion from' unhealthy food, impure air, filth mid tillhy habits, the depressing vices, and, sIkjvo all, by the venereAi infccliun. Whatever be its origin it ii hereditary in the constitution, descending " from parents to children unto tho third nnd fourth generation ; " indeed, it seems to He the rod of Ilim who says, " I will visit tlio iniqui ties of the f.itliers upon their children." 'J lie diseases which it originates tnko various names, according to the organs it attacks. In tlio lung, Scrofula produces tubercles, nnd finally Consumption ;. in the glands, swellings which suppurate nnd lieionio ulcerous sores ; in th stomach nnd bowels, derangements which pro duce indigestion, dyspepsia, and liver com plaints; on tho skin, eruptive nnd cutaneous affections. These nil having tlio same origin, require the same remedy, viz. purification arid invigorntion of the blood. Purify the blood, and thoso dangerous distempers lenve you. With feeble, foul, or corrupted Mood, yon can not have health; with that " life of the flesh" healthy, you cannot have svrofulous disease. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is compounded from tho most effectual anti dotes that medical science has discovered for this afflicting distemper, and for the cure of Jie disorders it entails. That it is far superior to any other remedy yet devised, is known by all who hare given it a trial. That it docs com bine virtues truly extraordinary in their effect npon this class of complaints, is indisputably proven by the great multitude of publicly known and remarkable cures it has made of the following diseases : King's Evil or Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Erup tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Ery sipelas, Bose or St Anthony's Fire, Salt Eheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tu berculous deposits in the lungs, White Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole scries of complaints that arise from imparity of the blood. Minute reports of individual cases mnv bo (bund in Ater's American Almanac, which is furnished to the druggists for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be learned the directions for its use, and some of tho remarkable cures which it has made when nil othor remedies hxd failed to nll'ord relief. Those caes are purposely taken from all sec tions of tl country, in order that every reader may have access to some one who can sjicnk to him of it benefits from personal experience. Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far mora subject to disease and its fatal results than ate healthy constitu tions. Hence it tends to shorten, and does greatly shorten, the average duration of human life 'The vast importance of these considera tions lias led ns to spend years in perfecting a remedy which is adequate to its cure. This we now offer to tho public under the name of Atkr's Sarsaparilla, although it is com posed of ingredients, some of which eierced the best of SartnparWa in alterative power. By its aid you may protect yourself from the suffer ing and danger of thesa disorders. Purge out the foul corruptions that rot and fester in the blood ; purge out the causes of disease, and vigorous health will follow. By its peculiar virtues this remedy stimulates the vital func tions, and thus expels the distempers which lurk, within, the system or burst out on any part of it- ' We know the pnhlic have been deceived by many compounds of SnrtnjariUa, that promised much and did nothing ; but they will neither be deceived nor disappointed in this. lu. virtues have been proven by abundant trial, and there remains no question of its surpassing excellence for the core of the afflicting diseases it is in tended to reach. Although under the same name, it is a very different medicine from ar other which has been before the people, and far more eflectual than any other which 1 ever been available- to them. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, The' World's Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con sumption, and for the relief of Consumptive patients in advanced stages of the disease. This has been so long nscd and 0 nniver sally known, that' we' need do no more than assure the public that its quality is kept up to the liest it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do all it has ever done. Preparedly Dr. J C. Ater & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mas. Sold by all druggist everywhere. MRS. M. A. VAN HOUTEN, Mmmer, " AND DEALER IN - MELLINEEY & FANCY GOODS, No; 63 East Town Street, Oolumbus O eetSCO-dlv ..- . TYPES & PRINTING PRESSES OE ALL KINDS, AND IN ANY QUANTITY. AT THE CIXCIMATI TYPE FOUiVDRY. CHAS. WELLS, Sec'f . saartTjBt-dsm BUNK BOOK MANUFACTORY. lX OIJLLBY, BOOK. 331XK1X r'- " j . AXIS . ; . . i Blank Book Llannfactnrer (.IV 3 Itortk lllgs Street, ' : COLUMDU3. O.! lit ,V:. fci'W iflMffiL 1rt V"?f CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP COMPOSED Of JODIDE POTASSIUM With the Compound Concentrated Fluid Extract Valuable Medicinal HOOTS AND HERBS, Prepared by WItl. II. GREGG, HI. D., Graduate College of Physicians and Snnreons, N. Y. formerly Assistant Physician Blackwell's Island Hospitals, late sledioal Inspector New York -State Volunteer Depots, under Governor ' Edwin I). Marian. Constitution Life Syrup has raocroiD A ItEVOI.UnO I ItlEDICIXE. What may seem almost incredible, is, that many diseases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable are frequently cured in a few days or weeks, and we cheerfully invite the investigation of the liberal minded and scientific to cures which have no paral lel at the present day. Our medicine is peculiar; by It the seat of any disease is directly reached, and the equilibrium re stored. Those who have suffered Ion. from painful and ob stinate diseases; Those who have vainly sought re lief from advertised medicines; Those who cannot be cured by other physicians Are Invited to Use Constitution Lite Syrup. During the past Sve years we have contended with obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean as were ever encountered hy any reformers. RAPIDITY OF CURE. Some say, "Your cures are too quick," while oth ers doubt their permanence, and think that diseases can only be cured by the "slow recuperative process of Nature." This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well balanced scale, is in a state of Equilibrium. Hut when, from any cause, down goes one side of the scales, we have tho effects of disease. What is requi site is, to restore the normal balance of the scale. Constitution Life Syrup, A positive and specific remedy for all diseases orig inating from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOl), and for all (hereditary) DISEASES trans mittdfromPAKEiNT TO CHILD. . PARALYSIS. Hemiplegia. Paresis Paraplegia. Paralysis Agitans, It Is so universally admitted that Constitution Life Syrup is the only effective means of restoration in the various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reti eratethat it is emphatically the Great Life-Givinf Power. DYSPEPSIA. Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Weight at Stomach. Constipation. Biliousness. Want of Appetite. Flatulence. Bad Breath. SCKOFTJLA. Struma. Glandular Swellings. Ulceration. King's Evil. Erysipelas. Salt Rheum. , This taint (herkmtart and ACQFinan), filling life with untold misery, is by all usual medical rem ical remedies incurable. RIIKCillATISn. i Arthritis. .Neuralgia. Gout, jumbago Sciatica. Tic Doulonreanz. If there is any disease in which the Constitution Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Kheumatism and its kindred affections. The most intense pains ar almost instantly alleviated enormous swellings are reduced. Cases, chronic or vicarious, of 30 or SO years' standing, have been cured by as. NERVOUSNESS. Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. Epilepsy. rnus s us nee. tioss oi rower. Confusion of Thoughts. Thousands who have suffered for years will bless theday on which they read theselines. Particularly to weak.suffering women will this medicine prove an inestimable blessing directing their footsteps to a Hope which fulfils more than it promises. RIEHCVRIA1. DISEASES. Salivation. Rotting of Bones. Bad Complexion Aches in Bones. Keeling of Weakness. Depression of Spirits. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRCP purges the'srs tem entirely from all the evil effects of ilKRCL BY, removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Calo mel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever. CONSTITUTION LITE SYEUP Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases o the Skin, like M.CERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES And all other difficulties of this kind, which so muoh disfigure the outward appearance of both males and females, often making them a disgusting objeat to themselves and their friends. CONSTITUTION LITE SYEUP Csireo all Swelling of the Gland, Either of the Face, Neck, or Female Breast, and should be taken as soon as the swelling is detected, thus preventing their breaking, and produoing troublesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure so manv of the younger portion of the enmrnnnitT from six to twenty years of age. Young children are very subject to Discharges from the Ears, which de pend apon a scrofulous constitution. These case soon recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup. ah scrumiuus persons suuering irom general De bility. Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the 1IU1UH, WUU1IICU, MJU 1U IUO IVaiBAU, UFlipHJ OI 10 ovaries and womb, generally accompanied with In flammation and Ulceration of the Uterus, are per manently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. -The disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life riyrup win reuiuva ouuretr. i ne remedy snouia De tsken for some time, as the disease is eM.linl. chronic and stubborn, and will out b removed with out extra effort. Tumors of the ovaries. Tumors of the Breast, anil swelling of other glands of the body will he com pletely reduced without resorting to the knife, or operations of any kind. Epileptic Fits, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of the Heart, as Palpi taiion. Disease of the Valves, 6 reducing a grating or filing sound. Dropsy of the leartCase, and all the affections of this important organ (persons suffering from any acute pain in th region of the heart), will be greatly relieved by Con stitution Life Syrup. Broken Down and Delicate Cenatltn tiena. Buffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Pain in , th Back, Loss of Memory. Forabodings, Horror of Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dimness of Vision, Dry. Il.Jt DK1U luu cairvuiiiiea, nmi OI Bleep, nest- lessness. Pale. Haggard Countenance, and Lassitude of the Muscular System, all require the aid of th CONSTITUTION LIFE 8YKUP. FOR AIX. FORMS OF ULCERATIVE DISEASES, head r Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal. MOTH PATCHES upon the femal face, depend ing upon a diseased action of th Liver, are very un- Bleosant to the young wife and mother. A few bot es of Constitution Life Syrup will correct the se cretion, and remove th deposit whioh is directly under the skin. In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Langour, Diisiness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcer ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom panied with burning or other unpleasant symptoms, will be relived by th as of CONSTITUTION LIFE BYKUF. jr Aa a reneral Blood-Parlfrlnsr A rent, the Cite Syrup eland un rival eel by any Preparation In the World. Diseases of th Spine, as usually developed in the young. Hip Disease, Neuralgia, and all Nervous Dis eases, and Ladies who are suffering from Diseases for whioh they are at a loss to know what to do, we would advise the nse of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. It will restore their pallid countenance, strengthen their weak back and side, giv them new nergy, new life and happiness. THE RIOI AX POOR Areliable to the same diseases. Nature and Selene have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the ben efit of all. PUBE BLOOD Produce healthy men and women: and ifHh Con stitution is neglected in youth, disease and early death are the result. Do not delay when the means are so near at band, and within th reach of all. To Mothers and Married Ladies, It is the safest and most effectual medicine ever dis covered for purifying the system, and relieving th suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strengthen both the mother and the child, prevents pain and disease, and increases and enriches the food. Thoa who have used it think it indispensable. It ia hi. li ly useful both before and after confinement, as it prevent uiseas auenuant upon enuaoirui. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP Is tlte Poor Man's Friend and the . ISIctt JTUan's Jllessjlnsri r BUT IT, TAKE IT, AND BE CURED! IT 13 UNIVERSAL IN ITS EFFECTS WM. H. GREGG, XI. D., SOLE PROPRIETOR. NEW YORK. ' ' ' Laboratory, Brooklyn, L. I. . Price $ I per Dottle Six Bottles for ArSntbyTpTtoallpartf th'country. , jriORGAlt A AHEM , I'' ,Vv wiiolsaI l)niisU, ' a V. .. " AGISTS, " 4A Cliff Street. New TerK. j sJ9't-Awopa ; ooo rONSTITCTION WATER. CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION WATER. WATKR. WATKR. CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION1 CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION THI WATKR. WATER. WATER. WATKR. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. G-XV.XLA.T XVElVIEiJY worn TBI CONSTITUTION, And the only known Remedy FOB DIARETES nnd DISEASES of the KIJDiVEYS und RLA.IIER. CONSTITUTION WATER Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty and the public, to be the most wonderful remedy for the per manent cure of all diseases of the STOMACH. LIV ER, KIDNEYS and BLADDER that has ever been offored. It is not aMINERAI, WATER. It Is from expe rionoe that CONSTITUTION WATER hasemenat ed, and we now say let no man doubt, when a singl bottle has been known to cure diseases which th best medical talent in the country failed to relieve. A remedy possessing the virtues of Constitution Water cannot be classed under "quack" prepara tions, as it is now used by the most scientific prac titioners in the city. It is only second-class physi cians that cry down popular remedies, while the bet ter skilled make use of every means to accomplish a euro: and the success of the ph vsician increases as his knowledge of different remedies enables him to produce a cure, while others fail in the attempt. Science is satisfied with the truth. Give Constitution Water a fair trial we mean yon who are under some sriciALST's care from year to year, and we particularly allude to ladies who are constantly resorting to local treatment, and all sorts of local applications for diseases, with as much chance of success as there would be from local ap plications to the throat for diseases of the brain. We have always been careful to use language in our circular that eould not shock the most delicate organisation, but we receive many communications from persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt ed, and of whose disease no mention has been made, that we have come to the conclusion that if th rem edy is capable of producing a cure, no matter what the disease may bo, it should be made known. The medicine is rjut up for tho publio and there should be no exceptions. DIABETES Ia a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through the kidneys, and is without doubt, the most obsti nate disease, except Consumption, that affects the human constitution. We have no space for discus sing eausos, but will state that the effect of the dis ease is the conversion of the starchy principle (or vegetable portion of the food) into sugar, which stimulates the kidneys to an excessive secretion of water. Many persons suffer from this disease who are ignorant of it; that is, they pass large quantities during the day, and are obliged to get up from one to fifteen or twenty times during the nigbL No notice is taken of it until their attention is called to the large discharge of water, and often when it is so far advanced as to be beyond the control of ordinary remedies. Another symptom is the great thirst; which, when the disease is fully established, is in tolerable t he patient drink constantly without b ing taiiefled; also dryness of the mouth, cracking of the Hds. a sweet breath, in the more advances cases. and finally loss of appetite, emaciation, and the pa- uent grauuany sinus irom exnausiion. Constitution W atkr is. without donht. the onlv known remedy for diabete. and we have as much confidence that it is a specific as we have that opinm will produce sleep, and truthtully say tnat It Has cured every case in which it has been used. Stone In the Bladder, fair-nine, Grar ei, uric asuai isepoais, tic.) etc., Diseases arising from a faulty secretion In the one ease being too little, and accompanied by severe pain, and in the other a too profuse secretion which will be speedily cured by the CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATKR CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE UNLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THK 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 Irritation ef the Neck ot the Bladder, Iqiih ui iu .nun os in, rv i u n ti y , Catarrh ot the Bladder. Strangnarr, or Bnrnlnsr andFaLnfnl urinaainsr. For these diseases It is trulva soverehra remedy. and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose ha been known to relieve the most urgent sym- toms. Are you troubled with that distressing nam In the small of the back and through the hipsf A teaspoon ful a day of the Constitution Water will relieve you ike manic PHYSICIANS Have long since given up the nse of bucchn, ubebs. and juniper in th treatment of those diseases, ana only us thia for want of a better remedy. CONSTITUTION WATER . Has proved Itself canal to th task that has devoir. d upon it. DIURETICS Irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant nse soon lead to ebronio degeneration and confirmed disease. We present tne Uonstttutton Water to the nubile with tne conviction that it has no equal in relieving the class of diseases for which it ha been found so eminently successful for curing; and we trust that we shall be rewarded for our efforts in placing so val uable a remedy in a form to meet th requirements of patient and physican. . BEAD I BEAD 1 1 READ I II Dawttlli. Pa.. Jnna 1. 1M1. n. - W TT Gbimo Dear Sir.- In February, 1861, 1 was afflicted with sugar diabetes, and for fire months I passed more than two gallons of water in twenty-four hours. I was obliged to get no as often as tan or twelve tims during the night, and in fivt months I lost fifty pounds in weight. During the month of July, 181. I procured two bottle of Constitution Water, ana in two days alter using it i experienced relief, and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured, soon after regaining my usual good health. Yours, truly. i. i.uvLnin, Rnernw Coawna. N. Y.. De. TT. 1861. Ww. IT. Ubioo A Co. Gents: I freely give rou libert to make use of the following certificate of the value of Constitution water, wmcn 1 can recommend in the highest manners My wife was attacked with pain : .v.. .1. l.l . I u . u - I t j : her limbs, with Palpitation of th Heart and Irrita tion oi tne uiao, ior. icanea a pnysician, woo attend id her about th) se mo nths. when ha left her wnraa than h found her. I then emDloved one of tha knit physians I could find, who attended her for about ine months and while she was under his care ih did not suffer quite aa much pain. He finally gave her up, and said her ease was Incurable, f or," said he, "she has such a sombination of complaint that medicine given for one operates against som other of her afflictions. About this time she oom menced the us of Constitution Water, and to onr utter astonishment almost th first dose seemed to have the desired effect, and she kept on Improving rapidly under its treatment, and now superintends anurvij nw uuuioaim auairs. one nas not iaKen an of the Constitution Water for about fnnr waak. .ni we are happy to say that it has produoed a perma IQI fJIfTV r VM. M. YAK BEHSCH0TE5. ' WTH-BKPnit.o. Conn., March 1, IMS. Dm. W, H.Grsoo JarSlri Having seen your advertise ment of "Constitution Water." recommnnitaH fnr In. flammation of the Kidneys and Irritation of the Diaauer, caving sunereu ior in past three year and tried th skill of a Dnmber or nhv.iAina mhl. only temporary reliof, I was induced to try your medicine. I procured one bottle of your agents at Hartford, Messrs. Le Sisson A Co., and when 1 had used half of it to my surprise I found a great ehang in my neaun. s nave usea two Domes oi It, and am where I never expected to be in my life, well, and in good seirita. I oannot exnress m anralituria tne It. I feel that it is all and more than yon recommend it w oe. saey in Diessmg oi uoa ever nuena ro In your lasors oi iov. ,- i oum, irniy, , LEON AKD S. llIGELOW. FOB BALK BT ALL DEtTOOISTg. FBICB $1. vrn. II. GRECO it CO., Proprietor BIORGAJf A ALiLEIf, General A(-t, U r.-,yn "ui; jfo. Street, KtwTork Agents In CiaclnnaUi ' ' .: ! '. -1 , tajm0ft- mrKD-AXBBO.: OHIO STATESMAN . rJTEA3I;i PRINTING, BINDING AND PAPER HOUSE. HAVING PURCHASED AND COItl. BINED th Printing Offioes of Follett, Foster A Co. and Osgood A l'earoe with our own extensive establishment, w ean bow offer to th public th facilities of th LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE PRINTING HOUSE IK THE WEST, And w ar at all times prepared to extent, in th best manner, all kinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING Particular ear and attention paid to LAWYERS' 11RIKKS, And in this speciality we refer to th Lawyers of Ohio. MERCANTILE PRINTING CIRCULARS, BILLHEADS, DRAY TICKETS, DUPLICATES RECEIPTS, CHECKS, CARDS, MILITARY BLANKS AMD Blanks of Every Description, Neatly and promptly xoated. HANDBILLS, POSTERS -1D- PKOGRAMME8, Printed in every color en a Mammoth Hoe Press, th Ourfaollitissfor . RAILROAD PRINTING Ar such that w turn put better work ef this kind nan any suuiinment in in slat. EXTRA S01STA."VriAXi Had from th best Paper, and of any style, of Cap, Demi, Nedlnm, noynl, Super ; r lutperiai rapsri, With or without Printed Headings, to any required patterns, ana nnisnea in superior styles. IK TIB Paper Department We ktep on hand th largest stock of PJLPErtS &, ENVELOPEiS To be found ia this city, Including Bonk and News paper Print, from the Clevelaad Paper Co., Imperial. puPf'S'i.'yal. Medium. Demi and Caps, from th Mills of EUsur Smith, efL, lias. , Having the sol agency in this oity for Plainer Pertere Flret Claae Letter . and Nate Paper, . . W can offer better paper of thes ilses than amy onls. . Ws always keep on band, of all sites, J. Q. PreVI1 Excelsior Envelopes. Although w de not promise to work as low a son of our neighbors, ah have na Printing office, w do guarantee better stock and work viiicn. wioo guarantee newer si thaa eaab found la this ity., , ry KlflT 8CE0FTJLA AND SCB0FUL0TJS DISEASES. from Hmery a trell-Lnoum uurchmnt of (roril, Maine. 11 1 hove sold large quantities of ronr 8ARAfaa ILLA, but never yet one bollls which lslivd ef Hit dcsiiTdrneotand lull satisfaction to lho who loos It As flist as our people try it, Ihojr urce llicre ha been no medicine like it before in our coumanity.' Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustule, Ulcers, Bores, and all Diseases of the Skin from Rev. Robt. Stratlon, Bristol, England. ' I only do my duty lo you and tho public, w her I odd my testimony lo lhal you iublih of the aw dieinnl virtue of your 8a nsrAitiLLA. Wv dsugh ler, aged ten, had an affllcling humor hi her ears. yi, and hair lor years, which we were unable to euro until we tiled yoar Sarsafaiulla. 6 lie hat been well for some mouth.' From Mrt. Jane K. Uirc. a well known and much itermeri laily of Dennhrille, fajte Mag Co., N. J " My daiiKliiiT hns null'vicd for a yrnr past tilth i scrofulous eruption, which was wry troublesome NethiiigslToriM auv rclivf until we tried your hAlt safari!. la, which soon completely cured her." from Charlet P. Gage, Eq.,oftlieniiUln-l-noirnJlrn. of Uage, Murray if Co , wuiiiiucuitr cnaw tlltil Miicn in Sathua, N. II. " I had lor wversl yeors a wry troublesome u mor in my lace, which grew confai.tly ore until it dinliguird my lealures and brcanieim iutolerablr sllliclion. I tried almost everything a inau could of both atlvise sud medicine, but without snyrehel whnterer, until I look yeur BARSArAitlLLa. Ii Inniieilialely made my face worw, as you toul well mlL'hl lor a time; but In a lew week the new skill bi'Kim lo form under the blotches, and continued until mvlncelsas smooth ns anybody's, aail l am without' any svmploms f the dinsre that 1 knev. ot. I enjoy pefli'i'l lirallh, and without a doubt owe it to yunr bAKSAPAniLLA.'' Erysipelas-General Dobllity - Purify the 13 loud. ' From T)r. Itnbl. Sairin, llouttm St., JV. T. -Dit Avkh: I seldom fail to imove A'niptonseao Serqfulailt Sort by the (icifeveiing u ot your sARXfAiin.l.A. and 1 have jut now cured an at tack of Malignant Krytipela with it. ho altera tive v.c possess munis Ihe oAUSArAUIU.A you have supplied lo the proli wiou a well u lo Ihe people." Jfrom J. E. Johntlon, Eta , ll'iivmn. Ohio. " For twelve yeurs 1 had Ihe yellow Kryllas on my riuht aim, during which lime 1 trhd all th eel ebrsted physiclnnsl could reach, and took hundreds of dollais' worth of medicines 'I he ulcers wre o bnd thut the cord brcsnie visible, and Ihe doctors decided that mv arm must be aiiiiiilald. I bv)t taking your Sa uba r A iiilla Took two bottle, and some of your 1'ii.ls Together tlwy have euid me. I am now as well and sound as my body lleing in a public place, my case is known to everybody iu this community, and excites 1 lie wonder ol all." From lion. Henry Monro, M. P. P.,of Uttrcnttle. C. W., a leading member of Ihe Canadian Parliament. " 1 have used your Sarsahauu.la in my lamily. for general debility, and lor purifying. Ih l-'ood. with very benellcial results, and leel colilidei'ce in eommcuding it to the allliclrri " St. Anthony's Firo, Bose, Bait Rheum, Beald Ilend, Sore Eye, .from rrarren Sickler. Kq , the aUe idilnr of the Tuncliliannack IMmocrat, I'tnntnlruvia. "Our only child, about three wars ol aiio, was at tacked by pimple on his forehead They rapidly spread until they formed a lonthnoin and virulent sore, which covered his face, and actually blinded his evt lor seme (lavs. A skilful physician aVd nitrate of silver and other remedies, without any si pareut effect. For nlteen duvs we guarded his hands, lest with them he should tear open Hie festering and corrupt wound which covered hi whole lac. Hav ing tried every thing else we had an) hope from, we beuaii giving your 8AiiaAiAKiLi.A, and applying Ihe iodide of potash lotion, as you direct. 'I Uu sore began to heal when we lis (I given the first bottle, anil was well when we had finished the second. 'Ihe child's eyelashes, which had come out. grew (:ain, and he is now as I 'tliy and lair a any.other I h whole neighborhood predicted that the child must die." Syphilis and Mercurial Disease. From Itr. Hiram Sloat. of St. Lonit, Missouri "I llnd your Sarbapabili.a a more elh-ctual remedy for the secondary symptom ef Snpliilit. snd lor syphilitic disease tliau any other we posse. The profession are indebted to you for some ot th best medicines we have." From A. J. French, St. I)., an eminent phgtlcian of Lawrence. Matt., who it a prominent member of the Ltqitlaiur of Mutachuietli. "Dr.'Ater Jly dear Bir: I have found vonr SABiArAim.i.A an excellent remedy for Huvhilit, both of the primary and tecoudary tyjie, and eflect ual in some cases that were too vbstiuate to yield te other remedies. I do not know what we can era ploy witli more certainty of success, where a power lul alterative it required." Mr. Cliat S. Van Line, of New tlrumwck, K J., had dreadful ulcers on hi legs, caused by the abuse of mercury, or mercurial disrate, which grew more aud more aggravated for years, iu spile of every remedy or treatment Hint could be applied, 11 lit (I Hi persevering use of Aran's SAnsArAUiLLA relirwo him. Few cases can be found moie inveterate and distressing than this, and it teok several duseu bot tle to cure him. Xieusorrhaea, Whites, Female Weakness, ar general! v produced by internal Scrofulous Ulcer ation, and a'te very olteii cured by Ihe alleralivs effect of this Harrapacilla. Some case reiiuire. however, in aid or Hie Barsapauilla, the skiilul application of local remedies, from Ae well-known and widely-celebrated Dr. Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati. "I have foui.il your Saiisapauii.i a an excellent alterative ill diseases of lemalcs Jinny enses of ir regularity, LeucorrhaM, Internal Ulceration, and local debility, arising from the scrofulous diathesis, have yielded lo it, aud there are lew that do net, when Its effect is properly aided by local treatment." A lady, unwilling to allow Ihe publication of her name, writes: " My daughter and myself, have been cured of a very debilitating Lrueori hcea of long standing, by two bottles of yeur Saksaparilla." Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dys pepsia Heart Disease, Neuralgia, when caused bv Scrofula in the system, are rapidly cured by this xt. Sarsaparilla. AYTR'8 CATHARTIC FILLS possess so many advantage orcr the other pur gatives in tho nmrket, and their superior virtues are so universally known, that we need not do more than to assure the public their quality is maintained cquiil to the best it ever lias been, and thut they may bo depended oo to do all that they have ever dune. Prepared by J. C. AYER, M. D., & Co, Lowell, Mass., and sold by SpU IS. IHo3.dfcw:wlr IFUGMftC B. L. PAHNESTOCK'S VERM I FUCE Dkak Sta t We take much Measure in assuring you that there is no Vermifuge now in ns that w think equals yours as a wuhm ur.nihuir.tt. wa nava sold It lanrelv at retail, and witn uniform success. We are Drnggist and Physicians, and nave prescribed it tor our patients, ana nav Deer wen eaustiea witn it euecis. . iTHICA.fi. I . oAaTUIv BltSHUf. A5D ' ' - .' IP Xjm TJ .' ZBZ '" STRICKLAND'S ANTI - CHOLERA ; MIXTURE. Is aomnosltton of astringents, absortienta. stlma lent and carminatives, whioh everv Dhvsioiai. a knowledge is the onl v nreoaration that will efTenta permanent cure of Diarrhoea and Dysentery. This Anti-Cholera Mixture is now in ns in several of onr army Hospitals, where it gives tne greatest satisiae tinn. It nassavad the lives of thousands of onr sol diers and eitisens, and we will guarantee it te be th best remedy in th world for Diarrhoea and Dyso Mr. Woodsy of flovlnrton. Kv.. will he monthuw py to satisfy an v on as to th virtu of Strickland's Anit-vnotera eiixture; in tact we nave a great num ber of testimonials from patient wh have been eured after boing pronounced incurable by their phy sicians, some after taking only one bottl of titriok land's Anti-Cholera Mixture If you suffer with Diarrhoea and Dysentery try one bottl. ' Bold in Columbus, Ohio, by 8. E, Pamnel,' Robert. N. B. Marple, J. N. Dsnig, Denig Hons. Thrall A Benham, 11. Wilson and B. Jones A Bon, Druggists, . d . Jauia 4-dwly.tuM.lhurl.sat, rr "t ; ELKO Alt X PAISLEY IIUIVI.S. White,- Black and Hoarlet Ceuusr. suitabl for evening and th street. - Also, very stvlish Striped Broche and French Cloth Bhawls, Cloth Circle, and JJa.au.fc , 1";BAI!f k . augSO . Kos.MUWBo.thHigh Burta m WloMimth at" O, la v V) BITTERS AH HOT " TO BE EXCELLED BTOMAOUIO aa Iegulator ... ... ... ema DIGESTIVE ORGANS. ! ..a a a e . t. WV-www J " a C - 01 Wv, "We awda SovvVif. ve.ew wwvexv wttixea are. vrv art. Vr V P VV Vfc VJ aw w- . k. k, . A AT. WA Bilious Fever, Fever arid jlgue, Liver Complcuirit, (Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Jaundice, Kidney Complaints, ckwA o. o Awv- vUt oAvrc. ave. coYiV.o.dL tatt -ovWvvV too ttft Vv.Vk otwe. atsWoo wva"Vvtv vwvrvoYa ve xyo.Nfc aud. ate .e 8oavet, Yvvtwa, VtewtwVvvxc "QWtvvta,' "0euet, "Revva ,.wv, e.e. 37s gitters art put up in quart fcottles, of whioh tha abov ia aM im.il. Tht) fabst it firmly -ravei, ani is provided with a a - g-imrd from oounttrftiter: (Priot $1 per bottle, or tix for $$. , C. Wi Iobok, Proprietor, CLn., to whom all orders should be a& drnssed, ' Oioe and ff.xnnfttetory, JJoS. 16, IS, 60, and fii East Third Btreet. FOR SALE BY DEALERS GENERALLY. vlO3-d.twAwvly. Dr. R. A. Wilson s Pills WILL CURE i LOOK ON THI3 PICTURE, . j '!. And if suffering from Headache,. go ; :: : at once and buy a box. , . j ' IT TTIK DIRECTIONS AR PROPERLY WOU ' i I ' MWEP, TII WIUs PBRFOKM A ' SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CURL. : ', ; vi i'. Oat Pill la s Ioa ).';- i if.',,: '!- rasriasa at -if . u: I B. I. TAH1TEST00I 4 00. : ; ' ; J ... SOLE PROPRIETORS, : .- :,,.;.) rait "WHOLES ALB DBUQQIST8;- ,.r.,'. t Ab Muarartarrr ef While teal, Bed Uad, -I . - - i . .Lttaaff rally, e. ... I ;i 76 k 78 Wood B., Plttsburgq, ti-' ' i . rou balis by Dmaalsta and Patent Medicln. Dialers ' ! 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