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Democratic State Central Committee
Rooms. COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 25, 1868.
Ther will be a meeting vyf, the metnbegs
of lb Democratic Stalp Central Commits.
We at Thurpwro Hall, OgbiiPPPVOblo, on
Tuesday, December. 8th, at S o'clock P. M,
for tihe parpoae ot fixing the lime of hold
ing the cext SUte Convention,, and the
transaction of euchoother business at may
come before th Committee. A full attend
ance is requested. ' .'
LEVI DUNGAN, Chairman.
H. S. PROPHET, Secretary.
News and Otherwise.
Oou closed in .New Tot 1c yesterday at..
CHBKKrtJijness at meals Is heakkjv -Erastvs
Corking is dangerously 111 .'. ;
i1 ; - ' u, , .... ... - . i - - - -
8PiKiTXJAlJaT are gathering at Cleveland-,
Tbbb re424 soldier clerks In the New
Torkpostofflee,-r4: i;,,.;'x: '
TBt ingrain carpet weaYeri of Phlladel-;
phia are n a' strike. ,r
Seward is going to Europe after the In
auzuration ef Grant' ;1 vi41
Sknatok. Poourtiic Is reported in im-A
poverlstaed circumstances. .
- Botucjs Uavxakd, of Tennessee, wants
to go Into Grant's Cabinet.-
November arrests by the police or
St. Loals amoti nted to 1,191. ' -v
A bill at Moscow weighs 188,000 pounds
and is the largest in the world. ,..,:.':
jOsh. W. C. WickraM Is the President of
the Chesapeake and Onto railroad.
"NothihG now remains of Fort Lafay
ette but a rained mass of brick and mortar.
Noah M. Ledlow, of St. Louis, a the
atrical character, has gone into bankruptcy.
Tub GrqmviU, Democrat: is. opposed to
making a ticket and platform on the 8th of.
January -r-o 7" .
the month of November there were
28 n res la St. Loals, occasioning a loss Of
3. ; "7 '" V.',
Laaac quantities of the beat lands ia
Virginia,' will be forced into market on the
1st of January. ' l1;'"'. -l
is said that there are 828 convicts in
Sing Sing, who at one time were Sabbath
school teachers;;;'", ';;7 -''.., '..'. "; ;
In the, opinion of the Herald, Mansfield
would be. an. excellent place for the State i
.Agricultural College. :
Gen. Grant !s to return to Washington'
next Wednesday, Applicant - for office
- will please Uke notice. n i
Thi Urhema Union lifts up its- voice
against holding the Democratic State Con
vention on the 8th ol January.. . - . .-.,.. .,
Kbpcblicam Senators are getting news
paper correspondents to report their views
Cameron baa gone and done it. - -,
It is pleasant to have dealings with peo
ple into whose faces nature seems to have .
thrown a bucketful of sunshine. .
A RePCBLiCAN Club has been organized
in New lork city with a Mj;. Sharp for
President, and a Mr. Shaver for Secretary.
The "White Fawn " has been performed
in St. Paul, by girls "barefooted up to the
neck," if the papers of that place can be be
lieved. " , .
Mrs. Harriet Bfxcbeb Stows, the an- ,
tbor Of Uoele Tom's Cabin, ia reported to
have begotten a violent aversion to the
Nero. ; r .'u. ' r ::?:;:::;. : .V
pRsimcK savs that woman, with all ber
beauty and worth, should remember,. that
man was the chief matter considered at the
creation. . She was only a side issue,
B sad the article by Col. Geo. W. Many
penny in regard to our Indian complica
tions. , No, nan In the country nnderstaads
thess better. : The article is on the out
side. :' .": -,i j . .
A JJhsdoJ correspondent of the N. T,
Trtbwe represents the English people as so
practical minded, that when the strain of
business is off they rush into sheer folly as
a relief. (.,;.--.
Ttut Plain Dealer thinks the Preslden- :
' tlaf Kec tors' of Ohio paid a poor tribute to
the memory e4 ex-Gov. Tod by selecting
sush a man as Dorsey to east his vote. So
think kotiest men generally.- t r j
Commodobe Meade, a naval officer, hav
ing objected to the nfarrlage of a daughter
of his to a certain young man, has been
confined Id the Bloomingdale Insane Asy
lum. His daughter has married the ob
jectionable young man. A dutiful dangh.
ten ' -vi i-i ; -.
It Is stated that Senator Henderson, of
. Missouri, who voted against the Impeach
ment of President Johuson, has secured
twenty Republican members of the Mis-,
souri Legislature in- favor of hi re-elec-tioca
and that in consequence he holds the
balance of power. .
Tax Cincinnati Time accuses Hon. Sam
uel Galloway with having butchered poetry
in his eulogy on ex-Governor Tod. Now, J
IT there is anything that Samuel prides'
himself on it is his accuracy in poetry, and
he thinks it ought to lift him into the Cab
inet '""" ' 1
The faith of the Springfield Advertiser was
shaken la General Grant because- some
Democratic prints were hopeful that he . j.
wpald "bless (be country with a conserva
tive administration ; but since Gen. Grant
has said In his report that u troops are still
needed in the) South," its faith in him is
confirmed. 'It to' to the shame of the Re
publican party that troops are still need
J 1 the South.? .,;':. . ,,
Thb Cincinnati Chronicle (Radical) won't
believe that General Grant Is In favor of
an Amendment to the Constitution of the
United States, making Universal suSrage
thelaw of the land, as that would be a vio
lation of the Chicago platform on which
tie was elected. How long does the Chron
icle, suppose tbe Republican party will
taad by the Chicago platform ? - " 1
Hester Vaughn, some months ago, was
convicted of infanticide in Philadelphi a
At the same time in the same city, a col-.'
ored man by tbe name of Alfred Alexan
der, was convicted of the murder of aL
other man's wife, with whom be had been
cohabiting. Both were sentenced to be
bang. Twenty thousand Pennsylvanlans
have petitioned Governor; Geary to par
don or commute tbe sentence of Alexan
der. No one has petitioned in behalf of
Hester Vaughn. It Is unfortunate, ; It
would seem, to be white.,. ......
. ?
The Journal in Raptures.
The. Journal fi preparing itself to be de
lighted with everything General Ghaut
may say or do. : General Graxt In his re
jrt tss said ... ,:
-f not 'deem any genera leglslstjon
tor the reduction of the army advisable.'
Tbis statement has so enraptured the'
JotrntoZ; that it bespatters General Geant
with most fulsome praise. 7 Will that paper,
be so enraptured with the General's saying,
If beahill say "No," to tbe applications
of the editors thereof for office ?
The Journal in Raptures. Coin Payments for Greenbacks.
The Journal editor once In a while illu
minate. the page of that murky sheet
with a financial article,' His great hobby
is a return to specie payments the'ttorttr-
lessness of greenbacks and gold for the
bOndrroTderir' Wtb". Save" "gfeeiibacks,
when more worthless than now, for bonds,
with the distinct understanding that they
were to be paid In kind.
The first "branch bl "his" hobby that of
coin payments, he. illumluates in, Monday's
issue., Finding that be cannot succeed In
getting gold for the bondholders, without
a similar currency for the people, be, goes
for a retura to specie payment .''at the
eprliest possible, time." If Radical rule is
to be the fate of the Republic, the, propo
sition to return to greenbacks and coin is
postponed to a time not far, from that of
the resurrection day. i,,.';;M , .
! The goid, under the operatlon'of Radical
legislation, is, .leaving the country the
country sends little or nothing to a foreign
market to reclaim bur proper share ot the
precious metals. The grain, flour, pork
beef,, bacon, Ac, of the West, in former
days, found a market in Europe. Now ti e
transportation of these bulky. articles ly
rail, is attended; with to groa a.cost, that
by the time they arrive in New York tbe
transportation, uses" up the; entire, price
paid, or so near, it that there is no margin
left to pay the producer. or his culture,
bis toil and trouble. : The time was, when,
with a competition In the mode of trans
portatlon the Southern market being the
natural ; one for tbe. West the railroad
carried Western products for a. much lower
figure, but Radical; rt construction haj de
stroyed, the Southern, .market, feavUgjthe
vast granerle8 of tho Northwest to seek a
home market in ; New York and other east
era- clues,, beeause'zof.ia'. morel certain
mode of shipmpat from the-Atlantic sea-.
ports i than lrom New : Orleans. Having
the entire, transportation in their own
hands, . Railroad men, on lines, leading
East and. North; charge their own prices,
to the swindling of producers. These facts
make it folly to rely-on tbe shipments of
Western produce, to European' pom for
tbe gold so necessary to bring about a re.
sumption of specie payment, i.'.-.-
The South, which once sent her cotton to
Europe, bringing back coin, or the pro
ceeds used by the Banks in' bills of ex
change, sold to merchants to pay for arti
eles imported, now sends but one bale of
the great staple where once that favored re
gion sent one hundred.- The exports of
cotton, rice and 'tobacco from the South,
before the reign of Radicalism commenced,
aid with it the war, exceeded in money
vtlue all the other exports of the United
Suites combined, aisd instead ol tbe hun
dreds ot millions of treasure, or its equiv
alent, brought into the United States by
their sale in- tbe- European markets, we
now send abroad scarce enough to psy lor
the imports of a single wholesale establish
ment in New York." ' ; "' 1
While thus, one third of the most pro
ductive portion of the Union is lying waste
the great staples of tbe West and South
are cut off frorri a European market, the
country' exporting next to nothing and
importing largely all the Imports to be
paid in coin for Greenbacks iu Europe
are scarce worth the paper on which they
are printed how are we, so long as the
present Radical rule exists, to even ap
proximate specie payment lor the Green
back currency? ...
No fact in Finance Is better understood
than that gold and paper money are an
tagonlstic the better always leaving tbe
field to tbe less valuable currency. . The
country Teft ot Its gold, by the issue of
Greenbacks, and the laws making it a legal
tender in payment o debtsthe exports cut
off, by making the people of the South
consumers instead of producers, and tbe
farmers of the West,, cut off from their
natural market, by ; the poverty that
universal Radical legislation has Imposed
upon tbe South, make the return to. specie
payment,- if such legislation continues, a
matter of impossibility without utter ruin to
the people. .
; Had the Democracy succeeded in getting
the' power of the Government at the late
election, the ease would have been differ
ent.. Tae unwise legislation ot Congress
would have been' blotted from the statute
book the States would have been restored
to their constitutional rights the markttB
of, tbe South-would have been opened to
Western!' produce,.- and the fields of the
South, again whitening with cotton, would
have . afforaed that wealth which would
make ber planters prefer to purchase pro
visions, as in daj s past, of the West, and
enabled them to sbip their cotton to Euro
pean markets, where, from its excellence.
it would, as in days past, drive that ot In
dia from the world's market. This state ol
things would have enabled tbe Government
to-resume specie payments; but the peo
p'.e at the late election decided these things
were not to be, and specie pay ments will
not, can not be resumed.
Thb Ohio Statksiiam and tbe Cleveland
Plain Dealer take tbe siozular positiuu thai
is no crime to break a law ot the State
of Ohio. Thus: No man can be deprived
his right to vote in Ohio, unless lor
crimt; therefore, no law making It a crime
to vote without registering can be cousti-
uonai. . .
The Journal would debar a voter of his
right to vote, by making it a crime not to
have his name on the voting list. Th
clause of the Constitution, with which
the Journal men would do this, is touud in
Article 5, as follows : .
"Sec. 4. Tbe General Assembly shall
nave power to exclude from the privilen
voting, or of being eligible to office,
any person' convicted of bribery, perjury.
other infamout crime."
It certainly could not be 14 bribery,'
nor yet could it be made "perjury," for s
voter to have his. name omitted from tlx
voting list by the Registers, in the la
which the Journal wishes to have passed
if, neither of these, it must be "other in
famous crime but even if tbis be so, thi
person must first be f convicted," not bj
the Journal, but by a court of competen
jurisdiction, alter indictment by .a grand
jury, and a speedy and an impartial trial,
such as the law and the Constitution ac
cords to all, charged with an "infamous
crime." ...
Now, suppose the Registry law wa
passed and in force, and the traveled editoi
the Journal would travel to YVabJngtoi.
pursuit of tbe mission to England 01
France, or some other office, high or low.
and his name should be omitted from th
Registry law, and be should come back,
and atk to vote. The Constitution givei
him the right the 'itilamous crime" 01
not having his name on tbe list of registe -ed
voters had been committed, not by bin -self,
It is true, but by the persons who. under
t:ie law, must make out the list. Yet ti
must be allowed to vote, for he has no
been "convicted" by the Court. If allowed
. vote, .then the Registry law would
amount to nothing.
i We have thus replied to the Journal' a
"folly""as , U it were an argument baset
upon common sense, which it is not Ii
being an ass we beg pardon of that much
abused animal, for It has some sense, and
never tries to show tbe world that it is s
foo, and will use Another illustration. Il
being a fool by nature, a fool by habit and
laughing stock of the whole city wert
"infamous crime" which would prevent
man from voting, and tbe readers of tbe
Journal were the jury to try the case, then
writer of the above extract could never
exercise that right. He can never arrive at
fc'ie dignity ot being Onave.Rr he is si DI
PT sell-conoelted, brainless Wped,
Sabieetllt -'
For sport of oji and rabble wit." y,
Wilkes' Spirit of the Timet, upon what It
alleges to be un question able authority,
ays that President Lincoln, and not Gen
eral Sherman, was. the responsible .autbqr
of the Slierman-Johnstoni affreemsot.
which at the time so agi
gravated the Kadi-1
eals." ' ' "
New Advertisement!
tW The Ohio Slateamasi -ban a
farcer Circulation thaa may pa
pep published In' Hi la City or Cea
tral, Ohio.. Advertiser -will bear
thin In mind.
.Xrftseell'a . Saloon.
a .
Off OPEN I HIS new nrn.n.
inff'on th corner of Riirh itrMt &nrt h'U
iej, m arse eiasa ueouemen's zsaioon.
For the New Year, 1869.
The Ledger U the most interesting paper in the
world. . i ..
More people uke the Let'gtr than take dj other
It has tne lamest number of great and diUn'
zui8bed ritera.
It contains tbepvreet, sweetest, and most deliebt
: ful lore stories, striking aarratires, and iottrnoUTe
unKiBi"icni uu uisioricai ssetoaes. - r
All questions growinr oat of ths riamMtv, rtm
tions. ioTers'q larroli. law and business msltters.
iiuimij auBwerea in us columns. A vast
.Muuut wi u9mi laiuruauon is atrea toroaga tai
attractive deoartoienlnr iK LjLn
) Tbe principal Bishops. Dtora of Divinity, anK
' i William (sullen Ritjkt niit i .l.i'.i.
.''. 'ransiatey. expresslr for the i Ledger, a
HrH." wuica. we soau. PUDiub
durins; the oew jear. I
. Kxv. Db. Tths is now ermawA m an rin.;n.i
Storj. which Kill he continued through twelve
. numoers of the Ledger.
.We are now puuiuthin a series of twelve short
iones. dj twfive ol toe most di.tingaisbed
alentymen in the United States
Our standard,, popu ar writer. Mr. Stlva-kusI
vub, nr.. u u iiHransf u ever, and willcoa
tinoe, at heretofore, to write only for the J-edg-r. .
ii "iiiions oi aamirers ot Mrs. Koi'TuwokTH
V, V. wiihm aiunes onij in tne Jjeager.
MissDcrur will continue ber dramatia stories.
Hcmbt Ward B.kobsb will eontinae to furnish
his weekly articles, and Jambs Fabtqn his bio-
puicai Baetoues.
Ai.roi IIi.t VvsiT. I.vvu rw T
Gabdstte. and ail our other present writers, are
re-engaged for the Ledger.
Frofe sor vv illi am usmbt Peck, Jorh 6. Sjjii
and Mart Ktls Dallas will hereafter write for
no paper but the Ledger. ... .
lwoui our contributors have been ministers to
tbe court of St. James. Within the past Tear tbe
son of another of onr eontribntors has been elected
rresiaeotoi tne uoitea states. .
The BIST that a Inn. vnri nf ar. KTa. n. ,r
lect, and that money, without stint, ceo buy, will
b constantly spread before the readers of the
.7er- ids rearer always get morn than bis
money's worth in the Ledger. .
Single copies, S3 per annum; four eopies, S10,
Which is SS Sl a CODY : aivht nnniM SV9n. Tk. .
t who sends us fill lor a slub of ei.ht
sent at on time), will be eo titled tu a copy frse.
rostmastera and then who gt op alabs, ia ihoir
reSDeCtlVa toWnl. esn &ft ArarnrH mAA ainols. smniai
at 12 60. wj "V "
ar vVa employ no traveling Mentc. Addresa
ovuimauioiiioDS io
Rnuiruf unMNrD- duu-i
jer,of W1! nd bpruce Sts., Ker Yerk.
pGA(.li ilK.t r
ronnff -maa of several , mi-.'
expeneoce m teacbins; the various bancbes of
cnitiisn, rrenon, uernao, Liatin and Ureek- de
sires an engagement as tutor in a private fa mil v.
He will teach a private class at his room, Mo. 70
nifrn street, from s to iu o'clock r. M.
dec3-dlw . , ' (
.Insane Asylum.
the insane, St. Louis, Mo. This Institution
was founded by the 8itersof Charity, Ausnst 10,
1808. It is private, and first class in its arrange
ments and accommodations. Insace patients of
both sexes and of all denominations are received.
Kr terms, Ac. apply to Dr. J. K. BAUDUY, at
tending Pnvsician, or to Sister Hnoorinr of the In.
stitutioo. nov2S dlw
Lumber for Sale.
Tar. SLRitTinet mrk associa.
TION offer at rjrivata sale all thai l.iW
tained in the fence enclosing their Usee Course
Also.- the lumber in annth .tjthl. i. ..t mtmnA
judges' stand, picket fence, Ac.
ranies wisning tne wnoie ol tne above will please
call on the undersigned, who will give all the nec
essary informational to price, terms, and time of
removal. KlCliAKl) SEVINS,
Vice President.
If not disposed offer SATTJPUAY. DEO. IS.
1668. it will be sold on TUESDAY. 1)10(1 IK lnu
at publio auction, by John U. ieall. Auctioneer.
dovxs .-,
J. yiENNOT & CO.,
Advertising Agents.
133 Nassau street, New lerk-
itabliek,d in itOi.) , . .1
We beg to cull the attention of advertisers to
our agency. Our facilities with all the first elass
Jailj papers in the country are'secoDd to none,
and we am fu'ly prepnred to offer terms and con
ditions hich cam. ot fail to give superior inHuce
menU. We il-n send advertisements to all Cuban
ardootb American papers, with whom we bare
exo usive con ract VV. are the-onlv bouse doing
We cm, bj special per.uissioo, rtfrr to
Mr. H. T. HsiMBoLD, Druggist, 694 Broadway.
Hew 1 o k.
Messrs. H, R. VANDCzut.A Co., 198 Greenwioh
street. New York.
Messrs. 11 all A RtrcKBL, S18 Greenwich street.
New York.
Messrs. G. Britok's Sok A Co., Type Founders, IS
Chambe-t stieet.
Messrs. Ph s lon A Sow, New York. " '. -Messrs.
Hhelon A Collfndeh, New York.
Messrs. Takkant A Co.. New York.
Messrs. Chickkkino A son. New York.
Messrs. Udway A Co..Aew York.
lVo. 330 Broadway.
Capital, - One Mil ion Dollars.
Dahk-sR Manosk. Prea't. J as. Merrill, Seo'y.
Ree-ives Deposi s and allows FOUR PER EST.
INTEREST on all Liaily Balances, subject to oheck
at sight, rtpeeial Depos te for Six months or more,
oav be made at fire per cent. Tbe Capital of One
ni non uouars is divided among over soo snare-
holders, comprising many gentlemen of large wealth
oa nnancial experience, who are also personall;
liable to depositors for all obligations 01 the Com
oanv to double the amount of their csDital stock.
As the National Trust Company receives deposits
n large or small amounts, and permits them to be
Irawn as a whole or in pa t by check at sight and
without notice, allowing interest on all daily bal
ances, parties throughout the country can keep ac
counts in this Institution with sproial advantages
security, convenience and profit. ' -
re MY-aeoi-aw2iin
J)r. Barton's Tobacco Antidotes
VjuutAimD to sniOTS aix Dmn tob Tobacco.
aty WptabUamd hand, mad ia oioo aa exccllnt
yiUdL pOMMea gnmt Doarisbinc and tTDShetiin
. At puryut ana emrxcntt loa Dlooa, toTlfrortUer
r, umei tne BwioacD to aiiresi tne nesmietu ic
leep nnkeahioff, aod ewtabliabes) robnet heavlth.
box. roMe. An interesting treatise on thi injurious
r tor itxx itoara eurtxk. rrtca Utventa Mr
euecia 01 ioohcoi wiui mis or lesutnoiiiai
. but nM. Agents wanted. A.drtrsi
ur. 1. xc, Abbott, Jerji Ctty, H. T.
POfmcASTTE's TiriMoirT.I recefTftfa box of Btrrtotrfl
AnlideU Crom Ber. AM. Poalton, mjA find it am teal
cer. B. GatshaV CouiottonyBarrtson Co., Ohio.
end a anppljr of the AjtTpoTB. Th ons remced hat dona
il work somklt. X O. I. Emaju
Fbom Nkw HAKPtmBS ItaftTS Pbuoit. Oentlonea of
tnflaenee here hBTina; beem ryared of the appetite for tobac
co by Ming Dr. Burton's AfciMote, w desire m supply far
the prisoners of tbis tnntitiftion.V
JoiEPBi MAToVWardeiW K. H. Bute Prison.
A BArTKaa's TranyfVr. DrBarton's Jsatidot for
Tobacco hat accomplished alt daimMJor it.
W. Mam lsi Mat. iUrJaANew Albany, 2nd.
srorea mr Drotnerna mTseiL it mktxi
JUt. W. Shobmakkb, Kellefe Station, TtL,
Fbobt Tire Folios Hkadqthbtskb. Lnn, Maim.
Have fautsa Mitrty-ftvt pounat jutn tn utrn
niinir Dr. Bsflrton'a Antidote, and all desire f
remored. Wa. I. it, Jn.
FiAfAn WoiiTHKRir Hokv JotmirAL. BAitrrMoitB.
If d. Obe box of Barton's Antidote removed ail dfctrs for
I from me. A taxe pleasure in rvjcuiuajcuuur
X. I uliATSK, AU
Trademark X Copyrighted.
AWT Cmntiosi ! Beware of lujurious Counter-
tens advertised by tlnmougs
Emollient Cream,
L preparation, intro.iuoed last winter, having
rmivt an mm flstterin commendstinrs frntn
those who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
again before the public, assuring tbem tnat it
staods unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
.gainst tbe inelimency of the winter season. It
not only imparts to tbe skio a delicate freshnesi.
and beauty, but also eouduoes to its health, purity
md preservation. For hi-al.ng abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips, or Kousnness of the Skin,
baa no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delight1 ul tragrance render it a necessary append
aae to the toilet. Frepired only by MAKPLE i
K1TSON. LiisDensing Chemists. 100 South High
street, Columbus, Ohio. , nov4-deodAw4tn
Leander Burner's Estate.
th. nnrlanicned has been duly aPDoi.ited and
nnalified aa administrator of the estate of Lean
Ku er, deceased, late of Franklin township,
Franklin oounty, Ohio. .
November so, loos.
peculiar and important relations which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perioral are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
contribute iri bo femaU degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are 'ill. Not .only so, But no
one of these various femals 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 decljne.'Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician forth e
. relief of these .various delicate affections,
, - - " --. ; ,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
. 1 a SW
win a true woman so tar sacrifice iier
' greatest charm as to do this.- - The sex
, will then thank; us for placing in. their
bands ' Simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of thos troablesom
' complaints peculiar to the sex. , . r
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. ! ! 51.LJ VI '
I.."'.' H T-
: Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of otbers aprjy vainly to drug
gists and 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, 'Jy laborious em
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. :- .-v. . - "
When reviewing the causes of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant, evils con
sequent upon them. It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the-life, health and happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
lesa directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeardevelopment to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and 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 mid
night revel the hoars 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 Bchool at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros-j
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to tbe attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex-
posure to night air ; the sudden change
of temperature ;' ' tbe complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing,
must, 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
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
the experience ot thousands ot our young
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 ot 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 .Periods, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Down', Or Prolapsus Uteri, we
oner the most perfect specific known
Hblmbold's Compound Extract of
Bcchu. 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. JIelmbold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any ot the preparations 01 .Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more. pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
states, is now onered 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 aryi
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low bpirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation' '01 Ins Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of tbe
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
other. .... .;.
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, up in
steel-engraved wrapper, .'with fao-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
ySl-dwii-woowly H. T. HELMbOLD. '
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M ' ' J Sit 1 . JIV! jjVkf.?
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ten avai
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51 tlm. V.
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250 AND. 252
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fehT eodly
J OT THB !!! .
Ga&h Capital, $1,000,000.
.-i : : PAID IS FDLL. "
1 - nAtii ofi?-icej
To which all general eorrespondencs should be ad
.d. eased.
. I.'.-. 'J 'v
CLARENCE H. f!i ARIC. Pri.nt
JAV COOKE. Chairman Finance and Ezscutit
voronmtee. . - i -HENRY
D. 'HOKE. Vice I'resident.-.- ' - ,
EMlKSON W. H JSET, Secretary and Actuary
Offered by this" Company are :
It is a National Company, chartered by special
aci. ui onaress, jodo.
It has a paid up oapital of S 1.000,000.
it offers luv rates of ornminni.
I H tnroisbes larger Insurance than otter Compa-
mn iw iu, afto, uuasj. ...
It is definite and certain Is its terms,
it is a home Company in every locality.
1 it. Policies are exetnot frnm attanhtnAnt-
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol.
i icies. 1: , J.
Everv rohov is non-forfeitafile.
Folioies may be taken that will pay insured their
inn amount ana return an tne premiums, to that
tbe Insurance ooals only the inteccat en the annual
folioies may be taken which pay to the Insured,
after a certain number of -ears darin life, an an.
i Dual income of one-tenth the amoant named in the
iPoliey. - i
N o extra rate is ch tried forrisks upon the lives
oi lemaies - -
i It insures not to pav dividends, but at '
eost that dividends will be impossible. -'
Cincinnati. Ohio. General Agents for Ohio' Central
, ana oouiuern lnaiana.
; . --. COX, lH VER &, CO .
Colniibos. SpeoiaJ Agents for Franklin, Lioking,
tf. ugn..i,uui a... waum.liu GVHUUni
: peNT-octSa-deodAweowlT
j In no previous year has .titers
been such strong competition among
all the leading Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of this country anti
Europe as the present. At all the
. principal - Exhibitions ana -Fairs
j tlteyptet and contested for the Pre
I tnium on Family Sewing Machines.
' and the result was unanimously in
; favor of the Florence Reversible
Feed Zock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family-
Curving -Machine at the- following
Exhibitions, viz.: t Exposition Uni-
' verselle, Paris ; American Institute
Fair, New Torkf Kew 3 England
Agricultural Fairy at 'Providence',
It. I. the New York. State Fair, at
Buffalo the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.! that of the
Mechanics-Association, at -JjowcU,-Massachusetts,
and the Fair of the
i Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE woe
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded it the " GOJLl).
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
. Institute confers.
-e - -
It would seem aa if this snoeeaaion of trie
umphi (hould be sufficient to convtnoe every
: unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of tbe FLORENCE! erver all others aa
. Family Bowing; Machine, ; , - ,
A written warranty la given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL J3Q,AXJa
that is claimed for it, and should it fail, it
will be taken book, and the HOHEY EX.
Prtnrtpml Office mst Aoteerwossi, JTawM Wet
JtairfA Street, Cincinnati, O.
' H. McCONIffriX. aeaeral Aeat
At the Ohio State Kair. whtb closed at Toledo,
Rente her isth.- the PI.ORKNCK
the FIRST PBElllUlHoT the best Family Sewing
jnacnines over seven competitors,
fend for a circular, or call and examin-the Ma-
enines at tbe new salesrooms.
31 Eaet State Nt., Colnmbatsi, Obio.
- W. S. BROWN Agent. .
Sff All kinds of stitching dene to order, and
aiisiacuon guarantees.. ctsa-csmztawTAS
1 ? ,asB-sa-anai
! it t I
Improved I
it is an eiegaBt iraeaing ior sue nauw e-us'jw4
, 1 ' . , . r . T, -
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps tbe Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.- .
ii i
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
: It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color.'! j J ;
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald foi
. .7 years.
t is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
ble substances.
It has received over six thousand voluntary (eatl
. monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in hi eh standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druygists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollarper Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.: f C Wells A Co.;
SohieflelinA Co..New York. SCHNT-mohW-dly
& CO.
Corner Broad & High Sts.
; fer-dly. - ' - " ' ' '
1 :
: A
ViO. ia 8. HIGH S I Itr.ET,
ianM-dly-r Colnmbue, O,
. A. .
istletf. s. t..t,w was, Fsaasl.
''Baardiv.ftA-. ...
exeesainac elarat s
v VKbllanx 1- s. -
M sWntaswcj ImTXtmml
R. K.
WMOTICEt-iiTa l..i.n
Respectfnfiy kriobftnees xi Grand Concert,
WcdssesisXaj.'.JraVielasTs Ic
'iiMfletoa. by th fbflowVrJVofiti Ktiata .' il 1
'a BARTff . of Eostpn. oorano. .
aift. af A.ANS51SU. Pianist and Aeeem-
ir A"r1mf!oT."rt VP nm t r-!?.-til in t . ;
n t cEtriar . r,T.rr?:-r-
vI P2 i. ,WW--'eej1esa)Tr-aw X
M J- feellsex A Co.!. Mswie rtore. .
bale if seats to nomman-a 1.4 1
" Business Agent.
Prevent er Repeail ' -. i
When healtb.has been sacrificed for Want oftI
ure necessary to protect it, regrets are nnavsilinr.
It is better to prreent than to revent.' The
inclement leasoq of 0m year is at hand, and ila
cold and Asmp are .tbe source ef tanamerabledit
tressing ailments. The best means of eseapirr
them is to keep the! outward sarface of .the kdy?
comfortably warm wi h sni able clothing, and the
internal organs in a vigorons condition bv lie ay
oasional nse X)f a he.lthfut tonlo and oorractivfra
rr mier maxea tremendons d rafts noon the Vitat
forces, and therefnm it f. a aM.nn -k.. .
vegetable stimulant and invigorent like flOSTBI
TKhV STOMACH BITTER is of iniiite ws a
especially to.the weak and feeble. It gives ttttilna '
tn the s jst aa. and therebr enables it ta witostaad;
shocks oi eoia. wnicn produce eongh, tronehl-"
tis. eata-rh," and other diseases ttilk'in .f
respiration. Dyssepeia and every epeeieeef indi
gestion are also greatly aggravated by cold.' damp
weathet,' ant for these complaints tbe BlTXERBi
arejin. acknawledged ssecifio,Thare,.i.vJaet.
Better Known in tbis eonntry, and. indeed, through-'
err' the civilised pcrticss' of the Western Bemisf
pbere, tban-hat this- geniel prepanrirn 1s a swift''
and certain remedy for all ordinary diseases of tbe -tomsch
and tbe liver, i : - - t
may23deod&wly-cw-s - ' - - -'
Testify to its meriu in restoring GRAY HAIR te
its original color and protnbting Its growth. JIJ.
makes the Uair soft and glossy. The old in appear-
anee are nade joung again. It is the best
.., . .HAIIC OHESSIIVO' - ,1
ever used.' It removes Pandruff and all fecurvy
Eruptions. It dees not stain the skin.
.'suTnair'aiiw- r'
Beware cf (be numerous preparations which are
sbTdTtp6ironTpntationT" 1 ' " 1 1 '
K. r. H ALL A CO.. Kashosh'ir, H,'ProprieUi.
-Vor sale by all Dracgists. . - -
july2S dltawAly-om . ti l. . r
PROT ENC. B. I., h ring the largest man.
fdory Sou 8 ver in the woria.ith)
the most mproved mach . y, and employing thai
rmeet skilled labor, are enabled te efier an -je
equalled variety ef ne sod beautiful designs ia
Dinner Services, Tea ' e vices; and every artiole
specially adapted for? , liday and Bridal Uifta, J
..They offer alio their well-known and unrivalled'
Nickel Silver Electro-Plated Ware, in which the '
have iatsodeeed new patterns ef rare elegauue.
The Solid Silver is guaranteed te be of sterling
purity by U. S. Mint assay. The Electro-Plate 1
guaranteed to be superior to the finest Br effieir
ware." Orders raeeived from-tbe Trade only; bar
these goods may be obtained ' from, responsible
dealer everywhere. - -
"; "' fXT " Tredel
TradrXTT ! '- Y. t
Salesroom No. Maiden Lane, N.Y.
nov6-r)Aw44m-re nt
Children's Uyes Sared for Fifty1;
Thoneaadslof ebilAcn die annnally of Cnnp.
Now, Mothers, if yon would spend 60 ,cents, and
elwayg have a bottle . Dr..tobia' Venetian Ln
intent in the house, you .never need fear losing
yonr little one when attacked with this complaint.'
If is now tl years since I have putupmyLini ent
and never heard ot obild dying of Croup wbea
my Liniment was used: but hundreds of eurea.
have been reported to sse, and maayatate if it wag
le per bottle they would not be without it. Be
sides which, it is a certain cure for Cuts, Burns,'
Headache. Toothacheore Thraat8awUiaa
Mumps, Colic. Diarrhea. Dysentery. Spasms, Old
Sores and Painein tbe-timks, Back.nnd Chest,
No one once tries it who is ever nithput it.4.It lav
warranted perfectly safe to take iaternally. Fntt
directions with every bottle. Sold by tbe Drag-1
gisu and -"torekeepera in the United States. DeJ
pot 10 Park Place. N, Y.
jnnel8-dAwlycm-peMT .,..
Bow a Decline is Produced. , ;
-Pure blood makes us well,- bad blood makes ui
sick. Vapors from poorly . digested food in the
blood are condensed upon the various organs, and.
serve to make them grow or repair their, wastr-r
Organs made with a greater or lesser proportion of
such material cannot be sound. If the bad con
dition of blood continues but for a few days or
weeks tbe ! ody ' be out of sorts; and if it opa3
tinues, the xh-'le of the body will in time be re
newed with Imaeriaet khwaVsutkealtk ad?
it is in a decline-popularly called a consumption
' Now Brandreth's 1111s penetrate the whole uufg.
of blood, cansing the expulsion of. imparities; the
body feels relieved from a single dose what then
may by expected from twenty? By continuing
their nse the whole of the blood in time becomes'
purified, and the body rasonstrweiad from good mar
terial. tbe decline stopped, and a new lease of Hfe
secured." Principal olfice.'' Bkamdrith Jiocsa j
few York.. Sold by all druggisis,
iunelo-dAwlyemreKT- - "- i
, J To art we owe a thousand" graoea; ' ,
Impiovinc Mature no disgrace is. "
So, as gray bair don't pleate tbe eve.
.. t
. i
use Uttioi auuku s uaiu:
S3 DTI."
Cn'stadoro's Hair,, Prt servatives;
Striking, a onndisg, are the Effects prodeecel
by Cristadoro's Hair Preservative and. Beautifier
Be the hair ever so wiry, eoerse and enmanageablel
by brush and oomb, in one week this artiet will '
render it 9exiblelastrous and snelined te emit .
SJd by Druggists, and applied by all Hair lire;-'
era. - Msnufsctory no. So Maiden Lane, rnncipal
Depot No As tor House. i j
)nneia-tatwiTcm-rewT ' .. ; .
AJBuUDAX.. rl;SPt rxr,LadiesuiU
gentlemen, young and old. desirous of having their
hair beautiful for tbe Holidays, shoeld nse a bot-
I B ei vac s ALi&A o uir a ,svka aov.uAAnvy
eneeJ Read Chevalier's Treatise est' the Bafav-t
Free to all. Given away at the Drug Stores.br sent
. nnptrtit i.- n ... 1 n. i.' vrT, mu C D1TD
by mail free. This book should be, read, by every
person. It teaches to cultivate and have beautiful,
bair, and restore gray bahr-to its original ooler.
stop it's falling out. removes all irritation or dan
druff from the scalp, thus. keeping the hair beantw
ful to the latest period of lifej. . rr.ii);. i'.
jirr-drcl-eodlm . , lia Broadway, H.V.
DR. A. B. WILUAMS. West Broadway,' aesf
lgh street. Columbus. Ohio- haa davotaA
irasenesof vearstAthe tnttm.,1 A, .T
vte diseases. He may Meensultedat his ome-
tiroad aj . near the E xchange Bank
nav3i-tf , . . ......
as itltiHOOb n-M.ti v.
Jfnmphlet Torn th pern 4.
Dm. Ctrarie 1
The "Medical limes'
says er this
ork: -This
valuable treatise en tbe eawee arm euro ef wenie-
ture decline, shows how health ia imnaired thmnoh
seoret abuses of youth and manhood. . and how
easily regained It tives a clear synopsis of the
mpeaiments to marriage, tbe oause ana efeots of
nervous debilitv, and the remedies therefor. "A '
pocket editicn of the above will be forwarded en '
receiot o 28 cents, by addressing Doctor CrjKTia "
So. 08 North Charles street, Ballimore, Aid.
upa raayjo-aiy-r
VVt l'H restored in four
VlGOK .t
W.nl. :
restores aaahly powers, frona-whatever can ari- Z
sin; thM AfTects of earlv Mrnininm KK;.. .-ir
abuse, i id potency and climate, give awmy at once to
'his wonderful medicine, if taken regularly accord
ins t" the directionswhicb, are very simple and re
quire no restrainlfrom business or pleasure.) Fail ' '
ure is impossible. Sold in bottles at A3, or four
quantitiet. in one for $3. To behad only of the aola'.';
ppointea. agent an America. H. Gbbitum B7
i f nn,er 13 " ot New York... , '
BalVHtiLUtHs UAIH Hit: This
splendid Hair !) the heat in ),. ...u
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable -instantaneous;
no disappointment : no ridiouHna
tints: remedies the in effect, ef had A .
orates and leaves tbe Hair soft asd bean'tifal. blaaM
6v.- rVU by all Druggists and Perfumers ,
and properlv applied at Bttohelor's Wig Factorv
no. to Bona street, n. xork. nt mprss dAwly

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