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A PATENT SERMON.
THE HEX.SCHATCHEl WHERE TO FISD A ECG. 6HE EXPECTS T4TTnw KTcforiz Krpf h run mrn WOmen and children; generally and particularly speiik-J icg. Yon needn't hustln ariy pages 'r . e i text, for it hint there. It is a special dis-j pensation to 3-cur appointed pastor; and he' hurls it at you for what it is worth. Where ' the hen scratches, there tho expects to find j a bog. Did you come Irom the race track ; of the world io pira Je your 'rotting har- , ress" before the meek and lowly? Have; yon clrof pni tno nuzzling rattiess or onsi cess and pleasure, to while an idle hour away lister.ta to the mournful melody that i is rung hy angel hinds from the sacred harps that hang forgotten upon the droop- ing willowof mortality? Or are you to tussle ' with tho arch er.cniy for the mighty dollar? Verily I say unto yon, whero tho hen scratches, there s-he expects to find a lng. j Mr drowsy hearers, we are all of n3 a lot ; of damaged goo Is, trying to palm ourselves off rn each other for more than our tn.ir- ket value; and the firm of Time-, Death & Co., is doing a heavy commission business npen onr stuck in trade. I heir the mallet of death with its mechanical tap, tap, and fcto'id monotone of "going, going," and tha j rest minnte down it will come upon some i of our unconscious heads, and we shall bo ' f jlded up like tho ter.ts of Aral s, and as silentlv borr.e awav to the other tide of Jor-; d:in. where thai i!rv"rmls nmn rfr;in from .,.,,i ,n,i ii,,.',,,., i, n.ii, . in r- I and the wc.irv hen ceases from scratching.! It is hardly necessary L add to this in and the precious l ug is found. In the midst 1 contesting statement tho further fact that of lifo we are in debt, savs a notable proph-1 new President, a well as the citizens et. who was a near kin to vour beloved nas- ! throngh whose suffrages he has come into tor. if any ol yoa are tempted to tarry . In tho tavern of life, ard fail to settle your account with the landlord, may the t-xt: rise np before you like a fabulous Arabia here only to rest from the rough anl tum ble giant, and deter yon from tha sii.k of' cf utter depravity where bummers lead trustful hets to scratch up the lugs they devour. Your undivided attention is futherTiore solicited to the signification of the text metaphorically ar.d collectively, in small " passage? to suit every capacity, fr mi the I toy shucking peanti's peacefully in the cor ner, to the hardened sinner who stalks so jroudly ir.to your paster's pre.-euco. Am! woe unto you, young woman, ssa siting up the broad isle with your new coal-scuttle ; bonnet and streamers a flying for you are vanity of vanities. And you young men in your fancy r.eck-clof hs, goon until you si'i up over a bale of cotton and are left to driit : over the brimcstono sea of national disgrace, . a by-word and a jest unto tho world that: you love not wisely, bnt too well. My b : loved, I warn you now, if you manifest synitcms of such cowardice a lias, been han- j ded down to you from high place, tho big- gest pair of s-t.-wgy boots in ti.e congregation , will rise np in judgment against you, and , kick yon out into the broad roal that leads ' to everlasting ruin. I And finally when yon cut the crust from i yonr brown bread loaf, and scrape the hard I bean from the top of your noon-tide pot, if yoacnta little into the soft ar.d scr.ipo a lit - ! tie below the crisp for the beggar's and out- cast.s portion, your conscience and dige-tion j will trouble you less; anil as you steal out a some of you will to-night, where the silver; moon of memory hangs low over tha haun ted hills of the past, to how at some hallow- i ed finger-post that point the way a beloved ! oae wert over your broken heart to heaven, ' may the eternal verdnrs of the evergreen j hope spring up in the barren spots trod hard ! by the busy feet of the absorbing Now, and brirg yon to the sweetness of that paec i and tenderness of that love that overflows,' continnally in deeds am! words, for tho ele- ! vation cf the rigmuffins who march in the! rear ranks cf the great army of humanity; ' for the barbarians are not all in the ragged j file, but "many a gem of purest ray serene" I wants but a lifting from the filih of shine.', So mote it be. Brother Slowfast, circulate; the platter for the root of evil, until it is all ! rooted out of this place. For verily I say ' unto yon. the hen that scratches hero ex- ; pects to find a bu. Shell out. TnE Pistol. An Irishman, diivcn to desperation by the stringency of tho money market and the high price of provisions, pro cured a pistol and took to tho roal. Meeting a traveller, be stopped him with 3-our moncr or ycur life!' Seeing that Pat was green, he said: I tell you what I'll do. I'll givo you all my money for that pistol.' Agreed.' Pat received the money and handed over the pistol. Now,' said tho traveller, 'hand back that money or I'll blow your brains out.' Blaze away, me hearty,' siiJ Pat, 'divil tho dhropof powther there's in it.' A Yvs by Sambo. 'Why am de beloved obmy heart, "Miss Dinah, ds sunflower ob de hill, like a kind ob cloth dey make in Lowell?' I don't know, why?' 'Cos she's au unbleached she-ting!' A wag says that orce on a journey, ho was put in a sleigh with a dozen or more pas sengers, not or:o of whom be knew, but on turning the corner, the sletgh upset, and I then, baid he, 'I found them a'.l out.' Why is a washwoman the most cruel per son in the world? Because she daily wrings men's besom's. j i Vocce, a lor.g vile ago. I vent intns mine abble orchard to gbmb a bear treo to get some beaches, to make mine vrow a blum budding mit, and vn I gets to do tobermost branch, I va!ls from the lowermost limb, mit von leg on both sides of de vence and likes to sthove lay outsides in.' School-master's toast: 'The fairdaughters ! of America may they add virtue to beatitv, subtract er.vy from friendship, mullipiv ami able accomplishments by sweetness of tern- I tier divide time I v sccialilitv and econoniv, 1 and reduce scauUl to its lowest Jcnotnina"- ! 11 au. (KTThero is a pocd str.rj- told of a ronn man who babalht Cr.d :r.c:P:Cnt mnstocbe. One day wbt.e r?eiiPS the few hair, be oa.u i uai 1 , n.tueij i i better dv this i mustach.'"' 'Oh no," replied U.urv alone, and it will die cf itself," "lot it 1 ; No Use! A man very much intoxicited was sect to durance vile 'Why didn't you "bail him cut?' inquired a bystander, 'tail him out!' exclaimed acotber; 'you couldn't fump him out!" Refikemext. A ladv recentlv having occasion to inquire f.r a cat-tail pillow. wer"t r i .in.. 1 ;. r ' . . ! t v i-4-.wrtu oi ine vounti clerk : In attendance, 'If he had any riilowS made ! tf aline continual or. j Mr. Secretary Seward on the Object of the War. On the 221 day of April, 1861, Mr. Se ward, writing to Mr. Day ton, our minister ot the Court of the Emperor Napoleon, and treating of the subject of tbe present rebel lion, said: I need not further elaborate tha proposi tion that the revolution is without cause; it has not even a pretext. I It is just as clear that it is'without au ob 'jeet. Moral and physical causes hava de ! termined inflexibly the character of each of j the territories over which tho dispute has I arisen, and both parties after the election j harmonious! v agreed on all the Federal laws required for their organization. Tho terri tories will remain In all repects5he same, whether the revolution succeed or shall fail. Tho; condition t,f slavery in .the several States will remain just tha same whether it succeed or fail. There U not even a pretext for tho com plaint that tho disaffected States are to bo cor.i'iered by the United States if the revolu tion fail; for tne rights of the States and the condition of every human being in them will remain riil jectto exactly the same laws and form of administration whether t.:ie rev olution hall suscecd or fail. In tho one case the States would be Federa'iy connect ed with the uew Confederacy; in tho othe.-, they would, as now, bo members of the United Stites; but their constitutions and laws, custom?, habits and institutions in either case will remain the same. the Administration, has always repudiated all designs whatever, and whenever imputed to him and them, of disturbing the svstem of slavery as It is existing under the Consti- ; tution and laws. The cas", however, would I rot be fully presented, if I were to omit to! siy that any such efT-'rt on his part would bo urxot s::t:ttion; and all his actions in that, direct inn would be prevented by the judicial j authority, even though they were assented ; by Congress and tho people. Ornamental Frkt-work. Tha eyes of yoar beloved after she has been crying. A love-pick gentlemin, who wrotasonnets . ha? bung himself with one of bis line3. A ficetious friend says that dancing wo men wear their dresses at half-nviit as a m irk of respect to departed modesty. A fellow of a philosophic turn of mind, who was kicked down stairs the other day, went home and wrote an eulogy on leather. Jack, your wife is not'so pensive as she tHed to be.' No, she left th it off, and has becoma confoundedly ex-pensive.' 'Ma, here's a word in the paper I want to know. What is honi icide? 'A homicide,' child, is one who murders another.' 'Well, ma, when Jack Ntbb kilted ourTomciti that was a Tommycide, wasn't it? ! An exchange siys that musketoes are very ; small insects, but one has been known to I move a man weighing two hundred pounds,' and keep him moving a whole niht. A sentimental chap in Rhode Island in tends to petition Congress for appropriations to improve the channels of affection, so that henceforth tha'course of true love may run smooth. Scene at a IIoTEr. Loquacious Waiter to a Verdant Kentuciian. 'lioast beef, r?.ist mut'on, roast turkey, boiled mutton, boiled codfish (piuscs for breath V VerJuid Kentuch'an. 'Yes, I'll take them.' Spenkfng of lions that was an "idea" of the Hardshell preacher, who was discoursing of Daniel in tho den of lions: "There he sot all night, looking at tho show for nothing; it didn't cost him a cent!" 'Jake,' said an old firmer the other day to one of his mowers, 'do you know how many horns there are in a dilemma?' 'No,' re plied Jake, 'but I know how many horns there are in a quart of whiskey!' A doctor returned a coat to a tailor be cause it did not fit him. The tailor seeing tno doctor at tha luncrai of ono of his patt- ! cuts said, 'Ah, doctor, you are a happy 1 man. "Why so." asked tho doctor. 'Ba- cause,' replied tho tailor, 'you never have , ...ij o, juui unu. nuia ICIUIUBU UI1 VOUT any of t' IM' Hi. I ...n I- 1 f bands.' A queer ca9 of abseoce of mind happen ed to a violinist, at an evening party where he was invited to play. After having play ed a great miny tune , a lady, one of tbe company present, asked hira if ho coul'd play a certain difficult air; whereupon, hav ing tried in vain to recall it to his memory, he tumid round with great composure and' said, Will the lady pleaie to whittle it?' A preacher on a visit amongthe blacks in Virginia, asked ono of them if he knew what the Bible was? Being answered in the af firmative, he demanded to know the use of it. "O yes,' replied tha black, 'massa straps his razor wid it.' NOTICE! VLL person knowing themselves indebted to tin firm of W. IL te J. A. Longhiiile. "i.l pl.a-e eall and settle. And all persons havmircJai-ns against tho. said lirm, will pre sent thetn for settlement.'- June titi J.A LOUGHRIDUE. j mssoM-TIU.VrOFL PARTXKRSIIIP. ' rVUK AKTXKKSIIIPOK POYXTZ CO , j I is this il .y dissolved by'mutnal agreement- 1 oymz. wn;i can Patrick MeCardle. be found at the oy jas. otiice of JOHN B. POYXTZ Viv n't. v y , JAf!- P- POYNTZ. AiJaide, Ky., July 1st, 1S62. TlKa MnwewlU rr. 1 lie aySVllle Tannery! HAVING SOLD THIS ESTABLT5H irENT to Patrick McCardlo, wc confident -Jy reeommona him to tha patrons of this con cern. K-ini we:l qualifiod in every particular to rcudrr satisfactory hisensngements with all who mav fuvcr him with a call, we know thut th.- reputation of tho concern will not smTer in h:s char - e. JNO B. & JAS. P. POYNTZ. jifjy 1.1m Trustees. II E 1IIO va ri f-EO. BROWN, has remOTed to tbe V Jewelrv Rtr.ro r.a 1.. i,. n n r. Ure" whcre be will be pleased to see all of - , o. a customer. ,.,.., reTJdr.si or ili AND JEWELRY, 'HORTtrT notice an J t.irekal 1 "5ViM9,.Jiy SI, lj'i, j i .Baltimore and Ohio RAILROAD. GREAT NATIONAL EOUT-i Terminates nt Washington and Baltimore on tho East, and Wheeling. Kenwood and Parkers bi.rg on the West, at which places it unites with railroads, steamers, ivc., lor ar.d from all pointe in the West. SoutIi-wkst and Nohtu wesi. THREE THROUGH TRAINS leave Wheeling d :ii 1 v ( S n n 1 u v except cd . T W O T 1 1 1 :U( i 1 1 T K A I N S 1 oa ves Parkersbn rg daily (Sunday excepted). Direct eonneclionsare madoby these lines FOK ALL THE EASTERN CITIES. This i tho only route to Washington City. Passengers by this route enn visit Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost of a ticket to Boston nione by other lines. Through tickets o the Extern cities can bo proenrsd" ria Washington City nt an additiouul charge of two dollar. f'Tiiuo as quick aud fare as low us by any other route. WKLKEPING OAKS ATTACHED TO ALL NIGHT TRAINS. Inquire for tickets r Baltimokk and Oiii Railuoai at any ol'tho principal railroad ollic iu the West. J. II. SULLIVAN: General Western Agent. L. M. C LK, General Ticket Agent. W. P. SMITH, Master of Transiortsition. II. S. W AH. MMi. Regular Cincinati Maysville Packet. Tins rise, nkw anh si-lknoid stkamek, This flue Steamer was built ex pressly i For the Cinrin lutti ii nil Ma m villu Trailo. J. H. PRATHEItCom. 0. F. SHAW, Clerk. Le:i ves foot of Walnut St.. f-T Maysville. every Monday, Wedm-xlay and Friday, nt 1- o'clock, M . Leaven .Maysville for Cincinnati, every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, 10 o'clock, A. M. 7F..r Freijlit or Pas-age ujplvoti board, or to J. M. LOVE. Frt-iirht reeeivod at all hours at tho Maysville Packet Lauding. Cincinnati, Maysville and Portsmouth REGULAR TRI WEEKLY PACKET. TilK SI'I.EMUl) S T J. A li i: J3ostona, Captain Wm. Mi Ci.ain. Ccmrnander, will eon tin ue in t li a hove t rade, lea vh:g Cinci nnai i every Tuesday. Thursday mid Saturday, nnd Ports mouth avory Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 M. Stoppii;". at Mav-villo cither way between the hmirs .f 5 and 7 1. M. For freight or pas. age p'ly on hoard or to K. MiXttLV, Agent, MAvsvii!e, Kj . EUICKEY, MALLOUV & CO., PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELiRES A.D STTIOXERS, 73 West Jth Street, CINCINNATI. J. J.KtcKtT. W. L. Mallory Spring- Summer Gr OO JD S ! J. Le BOUTILLIKi: & BRO'S.. 30 West Fourth Street, Utiiceen Muin and Walnut, Cincinnati, O, Are now receiving many stylos in new and desirable Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS!! AT YEUY MODERATE PKICES 30 WEST FOURTH STKEET, North side, bct.Main and W'alnti J. LeBOUTILLIEU & BRO'S. CINCINNATI, OHIO. TO CITY AND COirNTRY 3VE 3E3 XX O XI V. 3XT T S ! ARE NOW PREPARED T T ato sell ail kinds of SOAP & CANDLES efpinl in quality to Cincinnati or any other markets. " WnrrarUJ 0,dn t less prices which the following list willshojv: CANDLES. Mould Candles 10c Extra " n Summer Mould 12 Extra FamilyCandles 241bs to b.ix 121' Star Candles vj SOAP. Family Soap, No. 1, 4 M Palm " r Extr Palm " German ' h4 6K " extra " Glj-eerino " CO to 75 per lU zcn. ..,?5rf'iverer cent ft' for CASH in any quan. titles to btich purchasers. Cash j.uid for Tal le w and Grease. Address, BELL & COLLINS. Soap and Candle, Factory Maysville, Ky. J. R. SOWER & CO. iCASH DRY GOODS HOUSE. "lM"o- XXX IVXixiix Stroot, CINCINNATI. J. R. Sower. jr. J. 0'SnArcnsEesr. T0BACC0N0TICE, GEO. E0I.DIN. NOBWOOD PENROSE. BOLDI1T & PENROSE), COMMISSION MERCHANTS ron the Sale ol Leaf Tobacco, GENERAL PRODUCE, 105 North Water Street. too North Delaware Avenue 1 'III L A lFJj Vlll A XTlt EES m hnlDliuntc mm . . .v j . r j-v A' 'V An aperient and stomachic preparation of BiON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com bustion in Hydrogen, of high medical author ity and extraordinary efficacy in each of the following complaints, viz. : DEBILITY. NERVOUS AFFECTIONS. EMA CIATION, DYSPEPSIA. DIARKHEA, CONSTI PATION. SCROFULA. SALT RHEUM. SCURVY, JAUNDICE. LIVER COMPLAINTS RHEUMA TISM. MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER MITTENT FEVERS, NEURALGIA. CHRONIC HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS. MIS MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.. PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF THE SKIN, cts. The IRON being absorbed hy the blood, and thus circulating through the whole system, no part of tho body can escano their truly wonder ful influence Tho experience of thousands daily proves that no preparation of Iron can for a moment be compared with it. Impurities of tho blood, de pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al most every conceivable case. Iu all cases of fomale debility (fluor albus, chlorosis, etc.), its eilecU are delightfully renovating. No remedy ha? ever been discovered, in the whole history of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects. Good appetite, com plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength, with an unusual disposition for active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use. As a grand stomachic and penrral restorative it has no superior and no substitute. I'tit up in n-t IUt Mit-tul lox" cimtatiili's; r.i ill, price ."( c nts r "x : si '. Si .-.(: one. Iot. Imxcs. ' r ' iruSKl-" Ii i' ra!l.r. 'Will ! s. n f i j any ixlilrmsoo ltttlptof tin- ri-r. All Ut ters, oril. is, fir., slotll lr ji.l.lr. -s .1 li P "R. LOCKE & CO., Gcnoral Agonts. X. I above U u fuc-lmllc of tha label on "Rch box. x i: V Benevolent v o u K Infirm am "!:TA15LIMIl:l AND ENDOWm FOl: TIIK IIH.IKF f F tik'isk srrrtiiiNT. with I'ipmai.iius, Viki lixt, AM .'IIKN l: IIKA9KS, AMI Folt THE L 1' A IiIi'AT I'.N AND K.TK1:M1AT1iN (iK ALL ll'M:AM.S ok TIIK i k 1N All Y AN I MXl'AI.'KU.Xf,iiK WIIATKVKI! NATI1;!.. TllO .lofHNAL M Kl I t'A I. U K Kr : M . fOtj t :i i 111 nT VALUABLE IXF)i:M ATlU.N on f-permatcr-rlin-:i ami the New Iti-nicilics einplnyeil at the In lii in:iiy , for the cure f t he vliove il i-easi:.-. i n t t thosu iice.linir medical -ml. in scaled letter envel opes, free of charge Lon"t f.iil to n;iitl fur a copy 1 o pure. it ot many scrofulous and l!?,..;:l children, .(.rta'm means of prevention Willcliecr fuMy he oiniiHiiiicated, on appTicution ly mail. The l'.-escrijifiuiis fur 'oiisiim pti ti , ued !iv the Iniirtnary, Aviil he sent free I ail who ietd it. It never lails to cure Conjrhs Colds. .Asthma, lattarli. and 'onsumptio, a.s ihoi.caiideau attest, Send lieforeyou jerish. To all who apply hy letter, with full descrip tion of litre, occupation, symptoms nt" disease of any kind, and hal.its of life. Candid advi.v, free of cliaruo, will be given, hy tho Chief I'liy sieian or Silicon. Address, with two or three stamps f.r po.-tatro t i., i -V".-, A-Hi-UNiv, Secretary. ii.xMl.) V iliianiiliur, Auw Tui'k rurify tiio niooci. J)K. WEAVER'S CAXKKIt AMI SALT EC 1 1 V.VM SV Kip. . ' . unii v.,.- wii.i uiai, oaij i mi? Tin,'. PITPt.'' fii,'pivr.Tn t- t ... jiiieiun, r.ryt-ipuias, rooitilous 1 ise:(ses. Cutaneous Eruptions. Sore Eyes, and eve-ry kind of Iiseasesari.ing from an im: tire state of the Blood. THE MOST EFFECTIVE BLOOD IThMFIl'l: OF Til E N 1 N TEETH CENTL'KV. It is the prescription of an Eiln-ateJ Physi cian, ami all who are uiliie-ted with any of "the above named diseases, should use it wit limit de lay. It willilrive the disease from thu system, mill wiien once out on the bkin. a low apphca app tions ol DR. WEAVER'S CERATE, OH '.OINTMENT, and yon have a permanent cure. I The 1,'erate has proved itself to he tho best Ointment ever invented, and when ntiee used, it ! has never been known to fail of etleetinga per- j manent curoofOhl Sores, Tetter and Kiiui worm, ! Scald Head. Chilblains and Frost Bites, Bar- i her's Itch, Chapped or Cranked Hands or Lips, j Blotches or pimples on the Favo. And for SOKE Xiri'LES AND SOKE EYES, the Cerate is the only thing required to cure. It should be kept in the house of every family. Price of Syrup $1, Cerate 25 cents per Bottle. Directions aecomj any each Bottle. Sold by Most Medicine Dealers. J. X. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors For Western and Southern States; Cincinnati, O To whom orders for the above Medicines ma be addressed. Sold Wholesale and Retail by Seaton fc Broderiek, Maysville, Ky. ii. G. Watson. Foster, Ky. Crain f- Co., Hillsboro. Ky. A. Boyd, Sharpshirg, Ky. J. T. Shepherd. Grayson. Ky. Eli fc Co.. Catletsburg. Ky. J- II: ilaskell.cv; Son.Ashhrnd. Kv Hunter & Maddox, Ripley, Ohio." LOUIS STINE MERCHANT TAILOR AND ;ENTS FURNISH Kit, SECOND STREET, MAYSVILLE, KY.. KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX II AND A Choice assortment of aU Seasonable Pood in hi line, which ho is prepared to dispose of at the lowest rates for "CASH." lie solicits a call lrm his friends and pledges his hest efforts to pve Satisfaction. june!2, 1SC2. LOUIS STINE. James J. Black. FLOUR, GRAIN & PRODUCE, Commission Merchant, PHILADELPHIA, PA. REITERANCE9. F. Motgomery, Jr. Lexington, Kv. Mess Geo. Davis & Co., Portsmouth, O. Mess J. T. Alberger & Co., Phila. And Merchants Generally. J. 8IIACKLEFORD, 31. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on Third Street near Market, 'MAYSVILLE, KY !S! Aycfs Sarsaparilla A compound remedy; designed to be the most cirectiial Alterative that can be made. It is a concentrated extract of Tara Sarsaparilla, so combined with other substances of still greater alterative power as to afford an effec tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It i: believed that sucli a remedy is wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaint?, and that one which will accomplish their cure must prove of immense service to this large class of our afilictcd fellow citizens. How completely this compound will do it has been proven by experiment on many of the worst cases to be found of the following complaints : ScltOll'LV AND SOKOFl'I.OCS CoMPI.AINTS, Kitui-rio.Ns and EitviTivi: Diseases, Ulceus, l'lMei.r.s, lii.orciii-is, T'oions, Halt Hhecm, Sc.w.n Head, Syi'iiims and Syphilitic Af i ixtions, Mi:it(.i;uiAL Disease, Diiopsy, Neu kai.oia or Tic Dooloukecx, Deuility, Dys rr.i si.v and Inimgestion, Khysipelas, llosn on Sr. Anthony's 1'iue, and indeed the whole class of complaints arising from Impl-hity oi? Tin; Si.ooi. Tliis compound -will Ijc found a great pro moter of health, when taken iiv the spring, to expel the foul humors which fester in tho blood at that season of the year, liy the time ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders are nipped iu tho bud. Multitudes can, by tie; aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul" eruptions and ulcerous sores, through which tha system will strive to rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do this through the natural channels of the body by sin alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions, or sores; cleanse it when you iind it is ob tti ucted and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it v.-hen'.-ver it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when, liven where no particular disorder is felt, pcoph; enjoy better health, ami live longer, for cleansing- the blood. Keep the blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this pabulum of life disordered, there can be no lasting health. Sooner or later something must g wrong, and the great machinery of lif: is tliord -re l or overthrown. Sar-apaiilla has, and deserves much, tho reputation of accomplishing these cuds. Hut the world has been ogrcgiously deceived l.t preparations of it, partly because the drug alone has not sill the virtue that is claimed for it, but more because many preparation, pretending to be concentrated extracts of it, contain but link' of thu virtue of Saraaparilla, or any thing else. Dniing late years the public have been mis led !y large bottle;, pretending to give a quart of Kxlract of Sarsaparilki for one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the sick, for th.y not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa liila, but (d'len no curative properties vvhatev c r. lb lire, bitter and painful disappointment h is followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsapariil.i which Hood the maiket, until the iiame itself is ju.-tly despised, and has become i vnonvmous with imposition and cheat. Still we call this compound Sarsaparilki, and intend t supply such a remedy as shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which rests upon it. And we think we have ground for believing it has virtues which are irresistible by t k; ordinary run of the diseases it is intend ed to cure. In order to sicure their complete eradication from the system, the remedy should h" ju liciously takcii according to dircvliuus on. the hoiik'. i-r.r.PATinn by 3. J. A VEIt A CO. T.O Vi;T,i,, mass. Price, $$1 per llottle 5 Six Uottlca for 95. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral ha-, won for itsr-lf such .1 renown for the cure o-f every variety of Throat and Luti'-j Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the cvi'h'iiee of its virtues, wherever it has been cm ployed. As it has lon been in constant use throughout this section, we need not do more than assure the people its quality is kept up to the best it over has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOIt THE CrjItE OF Coifivrnrss, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, I ly.citi iy, 1'tiiil Stomach, liryxipelas. Headache, Vita, l.'i: itmafisDi, ICrttptroits and Skin Diseases, I.irer Complaint, Dropsy, Tctfet; Tumors and Salt Jthemn, Worms, (loitt, jVeir'a'yia, as a JJimier otiil J'jr Vur'tfyiiuj the Blood. They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the I e;t aperient in the world for all the purposes of a f.imily physic. Prico 25 cents per Bos ; Five boxc3 for $1.00. ('rent numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and rmiueiit personages, have lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, hut our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our Amkkicwn At.m a xac i which they are given; with also full descriptions of the above comp laints, and the treatment that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put olf by unprincipled dealers with other preparations Ihev make mnro profit on. Demand AvKit's, and take 110 others. The sick Want the best aid there is for them, aud they should have it. All our remedies are for sale by J. ,T. WOOD, P.RODKICK. Maysville, Ky, SEATON ,f- .jiine 19 OUR FFvIEKD. OUR COMFORTER DR. S. O. RICHARDSON. SHERRY WINE BITTERS. F. CELEBRATED EEJIEDY FOR HABITUAL CONSTIPATION". j Jaundice-, IVvrr mid Ase. ;(rra, i,e. ....... .... insra.es nrisiiis from a Disordered stoimich, I,iyer, or ItoXV.'fls. TH m nrc.use(1 !V"' 'ecommended hv leading 1. I hys.eians o! the country , and afl who tr? them pr-.noiinee them invalmiole Di: "i; t 2 ''-y'KllE. writes from Na stark Co., Olno."lbe Itlttr ,., varre praised by those snti'ering from indigestion, dyl peoia and hver complaint." c ' ' li:. WM. M. KKl.'l:. ,.f T :m. t , writes t;s that they are the most vah.ablo'rnedi , cine oHercd. He has reeommanded then, wit, ZVtL.h several 1 ""i auu general Ue- I bililv. D." K. OALLKHERS. M. n r.,:. , Sherrv'w- ?J mnd r! medicine. 1 ""umuug SUCH NEWS 7E ARE EECElVlwrj T,aTr 1A4J X fTT T T- 1 T T- , T. -r - - , . . . w,..a AeeoMPANi- EACH T.otti P Te.ev nr.- c-T,l K,. t ,i? are soid hv Ale. t Price 75 ets. per bottle. J. V . , Jiera eeneraliv aineinnati, Ohio, Proprietors II ARRIS fc CO. lor the Southern For sale bv MaU'S' ' WLm udds orders! 'w-0' rodcriel:; Maysville, ir.tT. Watson: Foster, Crain & Co.; Hillsboro a. jaoyd; Shnrpsbnrg, .TohnT. Sh'iherd; Grayson, Eli et Co.: Catletsburg, J-II. Haskell Son: Ashland junel9linnter& Maddox; Ripley, Ohio TF YOU WANT TO BUYAETTOP JEWELRY CHEAP, GO TO BROW N'S, in Caowalladek's Building. Maysville, june 12, fHEY GO RIGHT TO THE SPOT INSTANT RELIEF! STOP YOUR CCTjQ.fr PURIFY YOUB BREATH! STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICES! SPALDING'S Throat Confections, GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, GOOD FOR LECTURERS, GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPV.A v. GOOD FOR SINGERS, GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVE GENTLEMEN CARRY SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION? LADIES ARE DELIOIITED WITH SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS CHILDREN CRY FOR SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, I They relieve a Congli Instantly. The-.y clear the Throat. They give et ength and volume to-the oic They impart a delicious aroma to tbe breatf Tliey are delightful to the taste. I They are made of simple herbs and cttnng ! harm any one. ! I ad vise every one who has a Cough or 1 ' Ihtskcy Voice or a Had Breath or any difficult? f the Throat, to get a package of my Thro : Confections, they will relieve yoa instantly, j ' you will agree with mo that "they go rights the hpot. " You will find them very uatftj ; and pleasant while travelling or attendi. ' public meeting for stilling your Congh allajiij your thirst. If you try one package I am w'. in saying that you will ever afterwards comid, them indispensible. You wll find them at tht Druggists and Dealers in Medicines, j PRICE. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, j My signature iu on each package. All other n connterfait. A Package will besent by mail, prepaid, on rcipt I of Thirty Cents. 1 Address, HENRY C. SPALDING, i No. 4S CEDAli STREET, NEW-YORL CURE or NervousHeadache eaclache. P y tiie nse ot tlieso Pills the period; attacks of Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented :ati'l if hilien nt the commenceniest of an uttiiet immediate relief from pain and rick ness v. ill he obtained. Tin? seldom fail in removing the Nauseas ftcii Headaches to which females are so subject. They act (iC.'y "tK)n the bowels, rcmuvim Costi wac. Per Literary .Men Students, Delicate Femle, .inn an jei uiis hi seoeniary naoits, iney ura val uable as a J.nxative, improving tbe appetite.gir in? tone an l vior to the digestive organs, if storii:'.' the natural elasticity and strength of the j wnoic.svsiem. The CEril A LIC I'lLLS are the result of loni investigation and carefully conducted extwri nu t ts, havirpbeen in nso many years, durirj win h time they have prevented and relieved vaa amoxa of pain and suffering from Head j aeh , wl ctlier originating in the nervous j-Min ! or ' 'n aderansred state of the stomach. I J hey are entirely vegetable in their corapew . tio .and iiay be taken at all times with perfect sat tv without making any change of diet, and ithe absence ot any disagreeable taste render it j easy to administer them to childern. ! , lilVAI.'KOF CUUNTKKEITS ; The genuine have five .signatures of Ilenrj C. i Spalding on each Ko.v. ! Sold by Druggists and all other Dealer! in ; -Meaicines 1 of as; ckSts"1 prepft5J on recc,f j All orders bhould be ad'drcssed to HENRY C. SPALDING, Cedar Street. New York j TilK FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF ! CEPHALIC PILLS. WILL CON V INCE ALL WHO SUFFER Fk HED ACHE, .THAT A SPEED V AND SURE CURE IS WITH IS THEIR REACH. An 1 m . "Vm" iesiimonials were nnsolicited by Mr. Spalding, they afford unquestionable proof ol the efficacy of this ecieniific discovery. Mason villb, Conx, Feb. 5,1361 . SrALDISO. Sin: I have tried yonr Cephalic Pills, and I Jika them so we that I want you to send mo two dollars worth more. Part of these are for n, . T " v.i iiciUlliiurB, U WUV'" I gave a few out of the first box I got from you. bend the pills by mail, and oblige lour oh't Servant, JAMES KENNED T. IIavertokd, Pa., Feb, 1861. Mr. Spalding, Sir: f'p.-.h!.,.T.M,ifcoT0lJJ,ne one moro box of y00' Yours, respectfully, MARY ANN STOIKHOUSE. A sinsrlR lint I In r sn iTmi'iio nor. miallyr Wlllve ten times its cost an- SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE 1 PREPARED GLUE! THE PIECES ! SAVE ECONOMY ! DISPATCII! Time Sai-ea N!n." Ear " A Stich in As accidents will happen, even in wellregnU tecl lamihes, it is very .desirable to have torn cheap and convenient way for repairing Furai ture. Toys, Crockery, etc. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE neBlifnh"e?,,erfencie and no household ana up to the sticking point. " USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." r " A Brusli accompanies each Bottle. 1 rice, 2o cents. Address, HENRY C. SPALDING. No. 43 Cedae Street, New York .CAUTION. As certain unnrineinnll . .mnt. in t i ' J iOUUPHIO llCi'l' tM P r off,?,n,.the unsuspecting public, irai' f,n H f my 1 KEiARD GLUETl woald cot- iiu an persons to examino hornu nnli.9in na see that the full name, "SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,J3 wrap7r; all others are wind