OCR Interpretation

Daily Ohio statesman. (Columbus, Ohio) 1855-1870, November 14, 1868, Image 2

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028645/1868-11-14/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

ii ' -
K. R. FSHULWMij Editor..
NOV. 14
Tioiir eloted la New York yestcrdaj at
wgj.-' 5
The Journal on the Track of the
Old Hartford Convention and
the Know Nothing Lodges.
The JounwZ wants the Naturalization
laws so amended that none but the Uuited
States Courts be allowed to Issue naturali
sation papers. . This would compel a cltt
zen of Olumbus, wishing to renounce his.
allejriauce, to travel, with his witnesses, to
Cincinnati, Cleveland, or Washington City,
to accomplish that, to him, desirable object,
and would have the effect, lu a great meas
ure, of preventing naturalization, which
seeems to be the great object the Journal
aims at. i , v
Falllbz to get this amendment,1 the
Journal wishes to confine the naturaliza
tion of foreigners to the State Common
Fleas-and Supreme Courts, 'which could
O lly be done when these Courts were in
aession and had time to attend to that bus
iness, at an Increased expense to the tax
payer and to the applicant.
The Naturalization laws oi the United
States have ever been a frnltful source of
complaint-by.' the, party opposed; to the
Democracy. During the war with Great
Britain, the treasonable Convention, which
m -t at Hartford, Connecticut, on the 16tb
of December, 1814, and held its sessions with
closed doors, among Its published com
plaints against the Constitution of the
Uuited States, had the following:
7th. The easy admission of naturalized
foreigners tenwaceaof trust, honor or
profit, operating as an inducement to the
malcontent subjects of the old world to
come to these iStates-in quest ot executive
patfonage, and to repay it with an abject
devotion to executive measures."
And, as a condition" of New England
remaining in the Union, the Hartford Con
vention demanded, among other things,
6th, No person who eh all hereafter be
naturalized shall be eligible as a member
of the Reflate or House of Representatives
ot the United States, nor capable ot hold
ing any civil office under the authority of
the United States, . .. . . ,., . j
"Following In the lead ot the Hartford
Convention Federalists, came the Know
Nothing organizationy-and when that was
put down as signally as were the Hartford
Convention Federalists theVottrnaL aping
both, undertakes to do that which both
New Eugland Federalism and the Know
Nptfijng "Qpdses failed, in doing, sotu?
alter the Naturalization laws as to make
it difficult or needless for Foreigners to
abjure th elr obligation to the Prince, Po
tential, or Power, that claimed them as
subjects, and jt becpnre American citizens.
Wo trust the Jotrriwr Will tan iff its efforts,
because greater mindshave failed before,
in the attempt to aocOmpllsU ( the same
Ex-Governor Tod Dead.
A telegram received in this city on yes
terday, gives the intelligence of toft sud
d en death of exGov.' "David 'Tod, at
his residence at Briar "Hill, in Trumbul1
county. j j-. &u zt "f X
TJov. Tod filled many positions of
trust, among them State Senator, Minister
of thrUaiie States to Brazil and Gover
nor ot Ohio. At the time Mr. Chasr jrtji
Bigrir1bispost as Secretary of the Treas
ury, President. XuccoTK nominated ex
Go v. Tod to 'fill the vacancy, but subso
qcetitiyi.it Jt,aiai trJlr. T'5; request!
withdrew it. At the time of his death
Gov. Toi had jast been chosen one of the
Senatorial Electors of President and Vice-.
President On the. Gaai andCcitAX ticket. -f
Death of State Senator Hall.
James C Hall, representing the Lucas
Distrtut la-the ; Ohio Senate for seveiral1
year past, died at bis. .residence in Toledo -ort
.yesterdaymorning:-' f - 1 " f
VVi Iall -.waa .formerly Postmaster In
Cincinnati, appointed by General Taylor.
KemoViDg'iovToIedo,1 where he owned a
larger estate la lands, "by his kind and gen
tlemanly? manner 'he won hosts of friends-;
No man in the State Senate was more re-
spected, and. nooe will be more lamented.-'
Iis death,' after a lingering jUoessj will bill i
upon his numerous friends with no emo-1
ttons of. surprise, ai Tor, many years hia
health has been exceedingly delicate.""1,--'
- -
Electoral Vacancy—How Filled.
rTh 'death of Kx-Gov.,Tod, one of the
Oban Senatorial Electors of President and
Vic President, leaves-a vacancy in the
Electoral College which. is to' meet in De
cember to cast- the vote' of the State. - In
such: Cases, 'a la that of a resignation, or a
refusal, or neglect to. serve, the Electors
present, at the iilna? designated by law for
the College to meet, shall, before casting
the vote of the State, proceed to fill all
vacancies in the Electoral College.
The Next Congress.
The members of the House of Bepresen-,.
tatfjves .of ,the next Congress have, been!
elected' tof -11, the ;State except uNew
Hampshire and Connecticut.. They. stand
divided 134 Bepubllcans to 74 Democrats.
The, members' from the two States yet to
choose will probably be' five Republicans
and 2 Democrats, making the. Honse stand .
136 Bepnhlicans to 7B Democrats. ; This is
a Dempcratle gain of 27, aud it will destroy ;,
the present two-thirds strength of the Be
pnbl leans, so that when Gbat Vetoes an
extreme- Radical measure In accordance
with what he believes to be the '.'will of the
people," ihe Democrats will have the pow -er
to snstairihltaiV V - C ',-. v 1 .-;
The Latest Copperhead Outrage.
On "AU HalloW E'en" some foolish boys
in ' Mlllersburgh 'stole a wooden imare
used as ' sign for a clothing store, and,
fastening it to the flag rope attached to. a
hickory pole,' rod It op' to' the top of the
pole, where it remained until next morn
Ingr'Tfilsslily leat was reported to the
Cleveland Newt as the hanging of a verita
ble "Mr. Woodm-" by a Democratic mob,
and is still going the rounds of the Badi
cal press as a "Copperhead outrage." r
Tbb Columbus -Statksmait asks a ques- .
tlou of the Journal concerning the Herald.
Ifj the Sxstbsma were to pot the same ques
tiou to us direct we should answer, "Oeci--ddryi
fiot." ' The Journal can answer for
us, to that effect, a positively as it likes.--.
Cleveland Brald.i . -
The question th Statksmah asked of the
Journal, In language broader and stronger,
we" 'now put to the Herald, and ask its
answer, . :. , , , ,
Did the same English Orange editor of
the Herald, who wrote the Dennis 0Fm.
hwbxt letters, which held the Irish race op
to(. rldictile," also write; ; the ; article which.".'
appearea uwuwuu iu uie comns oi toe
Cleveland' JZra"l February 10, 1858, la .
f Weanoesltatingly aver tht levei-tenths
of the foreigners-in oar land who bow in:
obedionos to the will oi the Pope of Rome,
art HotathUelUgem u the' futl blooded AM
cam of our Scale fwf Awill nptj include the
part bloods." 'Wi-jKi'M u v'.aT. H
Thevsame-edler is nQw..eirjJhej Eerqyi
thstf thfen coh'trolled tts cofumtis. if he
did nof wriB theSrticle, who did? ' That s
the que!ifon we wish answered; t-wSimt.'-riso
Capital Punishment in Illinois
and Maine.
A ' decision has been rendered by the
Ctocuit Court of Henry county, HI., which
says a Judge cannot pa8 sentence of death
for murder under the law' of! 867, "unless a
jury shall have so directed. , In a case
where' the party Indicted for murder had
pleaded guilty, there was nothing for the
jury to determine, and hence the death
penalty could not be inflicted. - The decis
ion' was obviously in ' accordance with
the law. Capital . punishment is thus
virtually abolished In Illinois, since
it is only ntcessary ; for a murder
er ' to confess his guilt in order
to escape that penalty. He may be sen
tenced to imprisonment for Hie, but he can
not be hanged.' This, it is said, was not the
intention of the Legislature when the law
of 1S67 was passed. The iutention was to
enable the jury to fix a penalty In accor
dance with the degree of guilt found, in
stead of retaining the arbitrary rule which
makes all murder punishable with death,
ard under which ten murdenrs go scot
free where one is hanged. As the Leglsla
ture meets a few weeks hence, it will be
able to repair this siugular oversight.
Thelawsof Maine provide that when a
verdict ot guilty , is rendered in a mur
der case, the penalty of which is death,
the Judge passes sentence, without nam
ing the day... The prisoner is then 'con
fined in the penitentiary lor one year, be
fore which time the death sentence can
not be executed. ' After that time the Gov
ernor has the power-to fix the time, but
may delay it as long as he pleases, the
prisoner, in the meantime, remaining in
prison.,. The jaw cts as a virtual aboli
tion of the death' peualty, 'as ho Governor
would willingly consign, by his own ac
tion, a fellow creatare to ft death by stran
gulation, unless his conduct in prison was
to bad as to make it necessary to hang aud
thus to get rid of him. - ; f' i
Objects to being called "Radical."
The Cincinnati V-oVcsblatl, the German
Bepublican organ, edited by Fbid. Has
8urkk, in speaking of the name of "Bad-
leal,"-which Carl Schcrtz's paper ap
plies to the dominant party,' says : '
, "We do not believe that in view of the
present state of affairs the name chosen by
the Westliche Post is a more DrODer one.
General Grant's election was a triumph of
tne -KepuDliean party, jnow the .republi
can party does not consist exclusively of
so-called radica, elements, but of a union
ot quite a "number of moderate elements
with as great a oumoerof radical element.
To this union is due our victory in the last
election.' The Badical Bepubllcans could
not have triumphed without the co-opera
tion of the Conservative Bepubllcans, and
the moderate elements could not have tri
umphed without the aid of the Radical-. It
was only by subordinating all side issues.
and by uniting on the ereat main issues all
Shadesof political opinion existing witbia-
tne .Republican party,;that victory could
be secured to the Bepublican pavty. it
was th erefofe, as., improper toe call that
party the Badical party, as it would be im
proper to call it the Conservative party."
While It is true that men possessing con.
jervative -views,-unltedwith theBadlcals
to elect Grant perhaps in numbers great
er than that of the Radical host, yet it is
equally true that the Radical leaders de
cide the movements of the party form its
creed and enforce" its behests. As long as
thisis tbecasejthe party will beknowp
by its principle, and -these -are extreme
Radical. The Conservatives who support
ed Grant and CoLvax, will be made to play
the partTthe silly catdid when the monkey
ased its paw to drag the chestnuts from
the fire.
Conservatism has always been ranked as
timidity "personified Radicalism as" boldly
defiant. No wonder, then, that the latter
Uses the former as 4 .mere ct's paw, to
carry out Its thievish designs.
Rev. Granville Moody.
The Xenta Torchlight, the ablest Badical
sheet in the 7th Congressional District,
thus hits off the Rev. Granville Moodt,
the principal and most violent of Radical
orators: c 1 ?
In-.a fervid telegram to one Of the CinV
cihrtaet papers, describing the jubilation at
Columous on election nignt, it was printed
that there was great"Menthusiastiagm.'.'
I Whether the word was thus tailed ont
intentionally to express the supposed hisrb-
horsednesSof the people's feelings on that
occasion, or was accidentally put upon by
the unthinking types, we can not say.1 The
prooi of that would prooaoiy do with tbe
1 But we suspect that, inasmueh as a cer
tain celebrated reverend of the church
military was mentioned in the same con
nection' as Having exercised eloquence in
that "behalf at the given time and place, the
printer must have the credit .of. intending
to mean as much more than enthusiasm as
the added, sylabies could be made to ex
press. I a or, veriiy, no everaay wora, at leasi no
Word in its every day dress, would b ade-
auute-to -forth- that fast - ami -fnrions
state of affairs which this reltgio-military
person inflames himself to bring about on
every occasion mat aumirs oi speecn ana
gesture?. He is never satisfied With mere
enthusiasm; he must always have "e tit Uur
siastiasm." -Where he is, there must , be
wind, and thunder, and volcanic eruptions.
and earthquakes, and the ground torn up
by the routs, or else he teeis nimself left
nut ia the cold, like, as It were, an un-touched-off
preparation - of fireworks on
the Fourth ol July.
1 "Jfinthusiasttasm" everybody will recog
nize-as the very word for tbi4 explosive
divine's case. He may be said to be in a
constant state of bottled-fermentation,
aching to be uncorked. One touch and the
stopper files, and he empties' himself ut
terly, with a loudly-gaseous escape ot "en
thuttiastiasm.", Or, say he-is a-gun ot a
great bore, always cocked and - primed,
ready to go on ana rena ine Doweis 01 tue
air with its glut of . - :
'Chained thunderbolt! and tail of iron (lobes.''
1 What word for such a man's diathesis
but "enthusisastiasm" ? It states the idea
exactly. He may be supposed to have in
herited the temperament of an oid-tash-ioned
camp-meeting, and got . it mixed up
in his blood with a modern torch light pro
cession. These two influences, meeting
and minzllnz in bimby nature and educa
tion, constitute the super sylabicable
disposition thus aptly, - whether acciden
tally or intentionally, caiiea "enmusiasii
asm."" : ' - : "
"The Lady of the White House."
A Boston Bepublican paper thus speaks
Of the wife of Gen. Grant, who, in her
character as Mistress of the White House,
we trust, will avoid the follies and escape
the slanders heaped upon Mrs. Lincoln :
"In connection with the election of Gen.
Grant to the Presidency, and only second
in point of interest, is-the promotion of
Mrs. Grant to the post or 'Lady of the
White House.' It is gratifying to think
that the position is one which Mrs. Grant
will fUlrwith the true (Simplicity, of an
American woman. There will be no at
tempt to ape the grandeur of a regal court.
uia no vulvar BbriviiiX" Biwr were Btsiisa-
tion. Mrs. Grant Is a lady who has main
tained, ' through every event which has
marked the vi.Issitndes of her husband'
life, a marked propriety of demeanor. . She
nas been helpmeet in days of adversity.
and has shared his honors without being
dazzled by the position or contaminated by
tne loonsn aauiationsoi tnose wno wor
ship at the shrine of success."
DY8PBiA.-i-'Try all things" is a bad mot
to lor the . sick.,, It is better to try 4hat
which the world's experience bas proved
to .JM-Super-ejtceuonfc. not nicy years
Hollo way's Pills have been curing Dyspep
sia. Not 4 failure Is on record, while the
successes have Been countless. Is not this
& sufficient guaranty. . s It not madness
for any one" writhing' under the terrible
pangs of Dyspepsia to decline or neglect
to take a medicine fortified with such cre
dentials. OOld oy au. uruRXiBU .
:i9-dly-cw . t t.-w
... . Mi ."'
1 Hall's Vkgetablk -Sicilian Hair Re-
newer, cjeans the scalp of daiidrufiVand aj-.
lays' all unpleasant irritations. , i
ijiovll-w&ds." ' tl'sVt
PROVIDENCE, R. I., h vingthe largest manu-.
factory of Bolid Silver Wire in the world, with
the most improved machin- ry, and employing the
most killel labor,' are enabled to offer, an no
eqnalled variety of new and beautiful designs in
Uiorer Serviees, Tea Service, aad every artiole
speoially adrpted Tor Holiday and Bridal Gifts.
They offer also their well-known and unrivalled
Nickel Silver Eleoiro-Plated Ware, In which the
hare introduced new patterns of rare elegance.
The Solid SDver is guaranteed to be of sterling
purity by U. 8. Mint assay. The Electro-Plate i
guaranteed to be superior to the finest Sheffield
ware. Orders received from the Trade only, bu
these goods may be obtained from responsible
dealers every where.
m Trade
. . & Mark
Trade Mark m
. Plate.
Salesroom No. 3 Maiden Lane. N. Y.
nov5-d&w4Xm-pe NT
The bowels may be costive or soma organ do its
work weakly. From causes like these gases and
gum-ny substances oeour which poison the b ood
the perspiration may be checked; the feet may be
so chilled that their fetid exhalations are thrown
back upon the blood.- Here is cause for pains, fe
vers, inflammations. In these eases Brandreth';
Pills are worth more than gold. ' Five or six cure at
onoa. Kemember they euro by at onoe removing
from the body those matters which poion the Mood
and make us sick. These oelebrated Pills should be
ia the house ready.
See B. Bkandbeth in white letters on the Gov
ernment stamp. Principal offioe Bbamdseth'S
Bofsb, New York. Bold by ail druggists.
A Clergyman, while residing in South America
. mi.flinn-.rv- dinAH-ered a safe and simnle rem
edy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early De-
car, uisetses 01 iDe urinary ana oemiimi vrxaus,
mnA th whnlA train of disorders bronsht on bw
haneful and vioious habits. Great numbers have
been cured by this noDle remedy, rrompiea oy a
,1m!,. tn hnnflfir. the arBieted and nnfortnnate. 1
will send the recipe for preparing and using this
medicine, in a eeatea envelope, to any one wn
nd. it. O, CHAao.. gAddress.
Station D, Bible House. New Y ork City.
DonrcccinNi 1
DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway. Bear
I ; rK .trut ('nlnmhnfl nhift- hu AmvntA hitnaj,!
... : -.. C .v.,nh frMatnAnf AfMBin n. .
te diseases. He may bcensulbed at his oSw
Broad . near the Exchange Bank
iVl VOtJ XII restored in four weeks. Success
restores mahly powers, from whatever cause ari
sing; the effects of earlv pernioious habits, self
abuse, impotencj and climate, give away at once to
tnis wonaenui meaioine, ii laseB reguianj ecuuru
ing to the directions (which are very simple and re
quire no restraint from business or pleasure.) Fail
nr.ii imnARflihla- Held in bottles at S3. Or four
Quantities in one for $9. To be had only of the sole
aPPOlQfceil BKQDI HI ALUOIlUtt. U. UUUI.n, vw
rjeeoid Ave., isew (ora.- . ... -,
a ANIHOOD." Another JTea Medical
ill Pamphlet rum- the jma ) Da. Curtis.
The' Medical limes' says of this work; - This
valuable treatise on the cause and cure of prema
ture decline, shows now health is impaired tnrougn
nftrar. abnsne of vonth and manhood, and bow
easily regained. It fives a clear synopsis of the
impediments to marriage, the cause and effects of
nervous debilitv, ana tne remedies mereior. a
pocket edition of the above will be forwarded on
receipt of 25 cents, by addressing Doctor (JrjBTIS
IVo. 68 North Charles street, Baltimore, Md. . .
cpa may25-dly-r
splendid Hair Dre is the best in the world ;
the only true and perfect Dye: harmless, reliable
instantaneous ; no disappointment : no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; invig
orates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, black
or brown. Soi l by all Druggists and Perfumers ;
and pro perl spplied at Bstchelnr's Wig Factory,
No. 1G Bond street. N. York, pnt apr2S dAwly
"Your Lotioh bas cured ma of Tetter (or Salt
Rheum) on my hands of thirty years standing."
writes Joseph Kistler, of Danville, led., who has
been using Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion,
epgi-d&wly-o . . i - .
New Advertisements
d? The Ohio Slatfimaa bail a
Lsrfer Circulation than any pa
per published in Shin City or Cen
tral Ohio. Advertisers -will bear
thi In mind.
I. O. O. F.
Funeral ' Notice.
LODGE No. S3, are hereby notified to be pres.
ant at Odd Fellows Hall on Sunday. Nov. 15. 1863.
at 1 o'olock P. M ., to attend the funeral of our late-)
Brother J. U, UbUUU. Alemoers oi otner LiodRes
are also fraternally invited to be present. The pro
cession w.ll form at half pa.st one o'olock. oer
vice. StreetM. E-Ch. .
; F. RoDGiRS.Sec'y. , - , noU '
customer?. a- i nW o"i a mn.r favor
me with c-l 1 1 I-.t t'. f'-r ca-h.with
0.v-trs. Fish, liane. P- ul'rv. t. Hnt-er Kvis.
Vegeiablr.. Frmt. If a .' ' 'rrn.-ki-r-, JeJ es.
Canned- Fruit ' and VeeetaMus. iinp-ited and
American Picket. Catop Tn le Saoces,-Sardines,
Lobsters, Clams. Cove and -picod Oysters,
Bottled Wines and Liquors, English, Scotch and
Irish Porter and Ale; Cincinnati, Dayton and Phil
adelphia Stock and Fresh Ale and Porter, in Pint
nd Quart Bottles.
Also. Fire-crackers. Torpedoes. Fireworks and
Call and look in, at my old stand. No. S3 East
State street. - . Ii. A. WAUJNfclt.
novl3-tf-r ..-!
An Ordinance
To repeal an ordinance entitled an ordinance to as
sess a special tax upon tne real estate bounding
r-outh street Irom enas alley to uut street.
SECTtow 1. Be ft ordained by the City Ceuncil of
the Citv of Colnmbns. mat tne ordinance to as-
am a flnecial tax on the real estate bounding? South
street from Zenas alley to Qift street, pass d OoU
IB, 1868, be aud tne same is nereoy repealed.
r , , y jji. x Auti irin,
President of the City Council;
Passed Nov. 8, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. . Wilson. City Clerk.
Advertising Agents.
13flasiaustreei,new lark.
. iEatablih"l 186JJ
We beg to call the nueuiion of advertisers to
our agency, vur lauiiiiog whu ail tu unt oiass
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and eon-
mpntR. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid 8onth American papers, with whom we have
exolnsive contracts We are the onlv house doing
- o u . I T II inWDTtUlKil U1TUIKL-J
We can, by special permission, reter to
Mr. H. T. Hklmbold, Druggist. 6M Broadway,
Kim Tn V.
Messrs. f. It. Yanduzbr k Co., 198 Oreenwioh
street. New York. - - .- - -
Messrs Hall A Rtjcekl, 318 Greenwich street,
Messrs. ii. Bruck's Son A Co., Type Founders, IS
thamhe-s street.
Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York.
Messrs. Phslon A -Collrndkr, New York.
Messrs. Tarrant A Co.. New York.
Messrs. Chiokbkiko ASon. New York. .
Messrs. Kadwat A Co.,New York.
ooU0-eod3m . .
A Brick Warehouso on the corner of North Pub
lic lane and Center alley. Being close to all tbe
railroad freight booses in the city makes it a very
desirable place for receiving and shipping freight.
For farther particulars, apply to the undersigned
at Freight Umce ot tbe U.U.Jt ll.K
Colnmbns, Oot i. .
octS-d3w r
V and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
,0.aug2o-dtf b ,0la .,OW'BlCHARD NEVINS
for Beautifying tbe SKIN and COMPLEXION
Removes all ERUPTIONS. F&CKLS, Pin
' and renders THE SKIN SOFT, FAIR
and BLOOMING. ..-
vn. T Ampa in tha N UK8ERY it ia invalnabla.
For OENTLEMEJf after 8HAVINO it has nt
equaL "PAFHIAN LOTION" ia the only re II
able remedy for diseases and blemishes of the
SJtifl. " . . . . . .
ru&XiUii boa, . Y. Sold by aU DroggisU
VAX -ill J AA-VUU 1 JJ
' j -NORSEBY. and BATH, will not ehap th
I 8K1N. Price SA cents per cake. - -Tur-myaa-eodiy
y.. ..-:
peculiar and important relations which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in no small degree, to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
can long be suffered to run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consulta physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. The sex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of those troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex. ...
' ' ' '. .
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug
gists end doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious m
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself. -tr ' . .' '. . ' '
; "When reviewing the causes o these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them.1 It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affiipt the life, health and happi
ness pf woman in all classes of society.
and which consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. ' The' mania that exists
for precocious education : and marriage
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the' restraints" of dress,
the early confinement of school, end es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the ball-room. Thus, with the body
half-clothed, and the ' mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in 'inid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. ;
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating-' the evil. "When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keefps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable1 dressrab-
solutely forbidding the exercised indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air; the sudden change
of- temperature ; the complete prostra
tion' produced by excessive 'dancing,
mut..of necessity produce; their legiti
mate effect. At last,, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, -and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of-her delicate nature, becomes
au unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. ..This is but a truthful picture of
the experience of thousands ot our young
women. ' .
.Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs,- they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has sell completed their development.
For Female "Weakness and Debility
Whites or Leucorrhoea, ' Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued : Perioda, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known :
Helmbold's Compound Extract of
Buchu. Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany. - .
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold's
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, atid more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating :' General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation. Palpitation of the Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. ..
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical "Warehouse, . 594
Broadway, N. Y.
None are genuine nnless done tip in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fao-simile
of my Chemical.Warehou6e, and signed
ijM-dwij-weowly U. T. HELMbOLD.
. ( 1 i ; : ' ' ' 1
; : ; . -
. Ij-.;.- . :,-.
A- . i-.-i;oI'. :,-:t3
' itHiU '.;'
':ii-ii't--'v oi
' ,
Can be Found at
250 AND 252
or TH ' '
United States of America,
Cash Capital, - - $1,000,000
. PBILADELPMiA,' V'4 ' -To
which all general correspondence ahonld be ad
. . - dressed, j
CT,A"RET9rK HI Cl ARK. President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance and Exeentir
. tyomnuuee. . ..... -
HENRY D. OOKE, Vice Fr-sident.
EMhKSON W. PEET, SecreUr and Actuary.
r. Offered by this Company are : '
It ia a National Company, chartered by special
1th... nn..nU.I tl Mil MB ' . ' '
It offers low rates of Dreminm.
It tarnishes larger Insuranoe than other Compa-
nua ivr iub nm uulbj. ...
It is dennite sna certain in its terms. ;
It fa m. Iinm. rnmnu, .var, Ww..ltv
Iti Policies are exempt from attachment.
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol
icies. ;
Kverr Poller in nnn.forfettable.. -r
Policies may be taken that will pay insured their
full amount and retnrn all tbe premiums, so that
tbe Insuranoe costs only the interest on the annual
Kelioies mar be taken which tot to the Insured.
after a certain number of Tears, during life, an an
nual income of one-tenth the amount named in the
No extra rate is charged for risks upon the lire
or females
It insures not to par dividends, hut at a-"
ooat that dividends will be impossible. '
Cincinnati, Ohio. General Agents for Ohio, Central
. . , ,- ana southern Indiana. ':.
COX, OWYEIt Ac CO., ; .
Colnihui. Special Agents for Franklin, Lloking,
In no ' previous year has there
: been such strong competition among
i all '- the leading Sewing Machine
, Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the present. At all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
they met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines
and the result was unanimously in
; favor of the Florence Eeversible
Feed-lAck-StUch Family Sewing
' Machine, It received the First and
Higliest Prize as the best Family
Sewing Machine at the following
' Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Uni
; vcrselle, Paris ; American Institute
Fair, ' 'New York f New "'England
. Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
E. I.; the New York State Fair, at
, Buffalo i .the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.: that of the
' Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks' Session
' on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FL O HENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who ' unani
mously awarded it the "GOLD
MEDAL," tlie highest Prize the
Institute confers. ' "
'It would aeem as If this succession of trl
: umphfl should be snfficiont'to convince, every
' unprejudiced person of the great auperior
Ity of the FLOEEKCE over all others aa a
Family Sewing Machine. . r . . .
A written warranty la given to tha pur
chaser, that the Machine WILI, SO ALL
that ia claimed for it, and ahonld it fail, it
, will be taken book, and the MOHEI BE
Principal Offlet and Salesroom, So. tS West
AurtA Street, CincUuuUt, O.
H. KcCONNEIL, General Agent
Al cdd unio nrare r air. wnica ciosea at xuicuu,
Sepfo bn SKrh. the FLORENCE received
the J"Jt&T rKHJllUM lor toe best i amily sewing
Machines over seven competitors. - -
Mend for a oircnlar, or call and examine tbe Ma-
ebines at the Dew Salesrooms.
81 Eaat State St., Colssnifoem, Oblo.
JT. 8BB0WNi Agent. .
49 AU kinds of stitching done to- order, and
atietaeuoa guaranteed. - oot-aintawTaa
B A N K E R S ,-
Corner Broad & High Sts.
febS-dly . . ' '
ISO. 13 S. HIGH 8'1'KECT,
ianso-dl7-r - Caluwanna, O.
Hoe. 816 et 8 18 Sentl Hisjli St.,
t Their eicte fiee Uamvfactory it at the Toot of
South sfett, on the Canal.) - -ri..:.
k.,inM, transactioDB. both Wbolenalfiand
Retail, new extend tbrnnahont the States of Ohio,
reoas-ivania uu iuui.u.. u.j Biauaiaoture
- f all olassee and everr desirn of snnerlor wnrlr
maosbip and finish. Also, Cane-8eat Chain of
verr description, w noiesale ana Ketail.
0. K. KEBCB. ... - gx0m Wm QCINK
! ;; i'-. DBALER8 IM
I X. u m H FZBB,
Came and Oysters. '
Also, all kinds of Coantry Frodace. such ai But
ter, Ekks, Chickens. Turkeys, i o.,
No. 3'A West Broadway,
: The eboieest varieties of Fresh Fish received
Mail. All toods purobased delivered toaov
a: t of the cii j fkeb or ca absb. Loctl2-eod6m
W ft TICKS Let, Wmr
ale,n La,(,ti Want,' "Fa-ana,
BMrdli,nt nat cxcccdlnnf elarn C
"Ma-, tnbliaaa lu tku fvr
Oeenia eacn Inaarttoa.
A IV 'IE D AUK N TS S7S to VtOO per
month. eTerjwhere, mala and female.t
MACH1MS. Thia Machine wdl elifcV
bem, fell, lack, guilt, cor 1. brod, braid
and embroider in a inner, annerior man
ner, fries only f 18. Fully warranted f-r
if raara. - - wiU par al eae foraaaa
machine tht will low a atronror, more "
baantiful.or mora lant.inaMm tk.n
It makei the Xlaatio Loek Stitch " Erary aeoond
ititoh oan ba cnt, and Btill tbe eloth oannot be
palled apart without tearina it. We pay Agents
t'rotn S75 to $200 p r month and expenses, or a oom-
nniu-iiviD-wunin lid, .nab "irODDl Uu Df
O V UTION. Do not be imnoaed nnon hv other
parties palming .iff woithlefS east-iron machines
under the same name or otherwise. Ours is tbe
only genuine and ready practical cheap machine
OffcHa HVSB - -
John E llslkb. ............ ..'.Manager.
Mr. Ellsler begs to anndnnea that be will pro
dneeOeorre L. Fox'screat rlneetannU. P.nf,
entitled "flumpty Dumpty," at the Opera House.
lor aeeason 01 six nignie only, inis wonderful
production is tun ninraine uiymnie lbeater.lNew
York, and bas now reached over SSO nights 1 It is
brim fu'l of fun.embraeing New Soenerr, Maehine
ry. Trioks and Transformations, Danoing, Uroup
ing, so., Ao.. beyond all description. On Wednes
day evening,- Now lathr 1868,- and every evening
until further notice,- . . . - .
The following first class artists will appear In the
Pantomime, in addition to the entire Dramatie
Comp my: Todt Denier, as Clown; Jos. W. Sloan,
aa Pantaloon: Harry Leslie, as Harlequin; M'lle
annoi, as lioiumorne. ine areatesr. uanseuse in
the eountry, the famous and beautiful ,
. ? 1 T A I ; .! u
Assisted bvMons. Henri St. Odv. Maiter De Bal
let; M'lle Alexandrine, MUe Ella Sheri Mile Bel
lini. M iss Hattie Bastings. Miss Sarah Maui, ing
and Miss Betty Wei gel. and a full corps of Cory
phees. Also, the Champion Skat-r of America'
nr. n. t. uooancn, is tne urann uarnival Skating
Scene. - For full particulars see daily programmes.
nnvl4-dr.f -1
- U -' v BBLECTION8. - -. . .u.
Overture "Le Philtre".: . ... .'. .V.': Anb.V
Mr. John Seltief, Mis "ebneider and Brtrthtra. ;
2 Tenor So.o "berenade to Ida" Weingand
- t r bit. na. iiow. ' r't- if
Soprano. Solo "In Questo TeniplieP' . .1 ' I
- - Mrs. Ii. C. Bailer.
Tiolincello Solo "The Jut Hose ofSammer"
" Lindner
Mr. Theo. Fchneider. " "
Soprano Solo "O Loving Heart. Trrwt fJn"-M
- ' - ' GottsehaHc
r -r. -- imm Emma J. Larlmm-.- '
r-Duetto "Una Notte Uamnre" .....rrdit 1
Hiss Lathrop and Mr. Lott.
T Soprano Solo "Tbe Two I m ncuaft.es".. Henri on
. Mrs. L. C. Bailey
8 Soprano Solo "ErDni'. .......... .YerdJI
aiiss r.mma j.x.aiorop.. , ,
9 Piano Solo "BhapiodieUongroise," Ko.
" ' Liiat
Miss Caroline Schneider
J- Doors open at S: Concert to eommeeee at 3
o'olock. - Season tiokets can be hat at Air. Jobs
Seltzer's Uusio Store. ' Single tickets at the door.
novl2-dtd - -
.. : ... FOR TWO HIQHTS OSLY1 ,',
Friday St -SatardarTTToTTIS &'"M",
The old time and well tried
Headed by the Great Impressario and founder of
the present school of minstrelsy, after an unpar
alleled season of saocess of eighteen eooseoutive
months at their Opera House, Cinoianati. propose
a tour, for a limited number of weeks, through the
eountry. The performance will embrace the entire
force of this monster obuahiz avion. . . '.
. Doors open at T, commencing at 8. Admisstsnf,
36 and fiO cenU. W M. C. DUUHEH, AgenU t
rnOvlt-d3t -, . - --.v,-v--w:..-nmn
' , -' BY
EltsT Frances" Anne Kemble!
Mrs. KEMBLE will read ia the Opera House;
Columbus. on . : . i ,i i
Txiesclay E-vening-.TVo-v.
- Shakrpeare'a play ef - -
JtasarveA Seat., SO Cent. Extra.
The Sales of Tickets will commence on Monday
morning. November 16th, at o'elook. at the Musie
Store of J. Sellser, E. State street. .
i-FECi Al, 'OTICB. The reading will commence a
8 o'clock precisely, and it is respectfully requested,
to avoid interruption., that tbe audience will be
seated ten minutes before the readinc basins.
Doors open at 7. t , . nov9-d8t-r
It is the only infallible Hair Preparation for
... . GROWTH. - - ' '
It ia the eheapeat preparation ever offered to the
public, as one bottle will last longer and accomplish
moro than three bottles 'of any other preparation.
Our Renewer is not a Dye; it will not stain the
skiass others. '
It will keep the Hair from fa'llng ont. '
It cleanses the Soalp, aud makes the Hair soft!
lustrous and silken. -. ,, ' '
t y'. bbTJT FBBK BT KAIL. "
R. P. H ILL A CO., Nashua, N. H Proprietors.
For sale by all Drnsgists. A
july25 dltaw&wly-om . f ::,.; s j
, " slANDABP KE.TJKBlf " -
Such an article i Dr. Tobias' Venetian Llnl-'
ment." It has stood before (he publio for 31 years
ar,d has sever filled giving satisfaction in asingler
instance. Every drop of this valuable compound is
mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, therefore it can al
ways be relied upon. Is is wa ranted superior i)
any other, for the oure of Chronio Rheumatism.
Toothache, Headache. Sore Throat, Vomiting-a'
Frosted Feet. Mumps. Croup. Burns. Cuts. See Slek-4
nesa. Insect Stings. Sprains,Cholera. Colie.SpasmSi-
Oysentery, Bruises, Colds, Coughs, Old ' Sores,".
Swell iDes. Pains in the Limbs. Back .end Chest.
There is no medicine in the 'World'? that stand
Its own merits than the "Venetian Lini-,
ment." Thousands of certificates can be seen at the
Doctor's offioe, attesting to its rare 'virtues,', Thai
great sale. or Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment, heat
induced several unprincipled persons to counterfeit
Ibis "Valuable Remedy;" purchasers cannot be too)
careful to see that "Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment
is stamped on-the class, done op in. yellow paper
and signed "S.I. Tobias." All others are danger-.
ous counterfeits, and although they may resemble
the "Venetian Liniment" in color and smell, "
wars of them." . Sold by all Druxgists and Store
keepers throughout the United States. Price BO"
cents and one dollar per bottle. Depot 10 Park
Place, New York. ; - : -i-itci 1
It is in demand wherever personal blemishes ares
ooruidered of sufficient oonsequeae to b rercsred
. it.-Action IetH. ..- . .. ...
Cristadoro's Hair m Preservative
AND BEAUTIFIER is a preparation of equal merit
and repute. Its effect upon the hair is electrical I
It fastens every loosening fibre, replaces harshaeo
with sil fness and flexibility, semi baldness with
luxuriance, dullness with gloss. Its use will inohne
the straightest hair to eurl. and prevent the driest
from tm ning gray. It is the favorite at every toilet -where
it baa been tried, and as a means of keeping )
the hair free from soruf or dandruff, and the scalp,,
from exfoliations, is perfectly invalmble. '
Sold bv Drunists. and applied by all Hair Dress-
era. Manufactory No. 68 Maiden Lane.1 Frlnelpt,!,
Depot No. 8 Astor House, . . ., . .(
"To Owners of Horses.V
Thousands of horses die yearly from Colic-Th,
need not be. Dr. Tobies' Venetita Horse Lini-i
ment, in pint bottles, price one dollar, will posT?
lively cure every ease, if given according to the eV
metions. when first taken. It is warranted luneri- "
or to anything else for Cuts'. GaTla. Sprains. . 01 rfv
Sores. Swellings and Sore Throat. . H k: uia I
remedy, but of al years' standing, and approved
by the firat hoi semen in. the eoBatry.-,CoU Pfcilof
P, Bush, of the Jerome Park Course, has weed tl.
for years, and reeemmendi it to hit friends. Or- f
ders are constantly received for; it from . the Racinj
Stables in England. ' It has stood tbe test of time;
no one has ever tried It but oontinnes its nse. Rec
olloot to get Dr. Tobias' Venetian Hone Liniment -in
pint bottles, and take no otber. Sold'by'the I
DrnggisU and Storekeepers threughoul, the United .
Stotes. Depot 10 Park PlaecKew York. - I .r
renr-julS-diwly-cm -

xml | txt