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THE OHIO ORGAN OF THE TEMPERANCE REFORM.
143 Newspaper Headers If anhiurihfH in innrnnla Itlra J at aw vuuiVU members, in " stopping their paper," were xotjuiiou w piuuuvo an vMiiuriiii ceriincaie before they coald subscribe for another, there would be some curious develop mentsas, for example : We certify that A. B. stopped his pa ier because the editor refused to allow him six columns for a per sonal vindication which concerned nobody but himself. We certify that 0. D. refuses the paper because the editor did not publish the obituary notice of a relative which was never sent to him, but which he ought to have detected in some of his exchange pa pers. We certify that E. P. wishes to trans fer his patronage to another paper, because, having taken this paper six years without paying a cent, he felt himself insulted by having a bill sent to him by way of remind er. We certify that B. B., in Lis own opin ion, is a poet of the first water; butthe editor, unfortunately, differing from him in his opinion, ig regarded by him as wholly un qualified for his office. We certify that I. J. has stopped his paper, because the editor had the temerity to express an opinion on a certain matter without having previously ascertained the opinion of this particular subscriber. Londonderry Standard. A complete, minute, and exact copy of Franco is about to be terminated after thirty-five years' incessant labor, and at an expense of nearly 40U,U00. It, is the grandest work of the kind ever undertaken. Circumstantial Evidence George W. llentley, cash clerk of the Worcester and Nashua Railroad, at Wor cester, was knocked doT,last Thursday evening, says the Springfield Republican, by an unknown man, who escaped, leaving behind his Kossuth hat. The next morn ing, as we learn from the Worcester T rape script, an Irishman took the cars for Bos ton, and, as he acted strangely, the con ductor questioned him. The Irishman BUted that he struck a man in Worcester the night before, and was hurrying off to escape the consequences. He also staled that he lost his hat in the scuffle, and that it was a Kossuth hat. The conductor asked him what kind of a man he struck, and he described Mr Bentley, even to the color of his whiskers. The conductor then took means to have him returned to Wor cester, where the Kosuth hat was found to fit him exactly, and Mr. Bentley thought he was the mau who struck him, though it was too dark at the time to tell confidently. He would have been convicted had not t he real assailant turned up through tevli covery of the hat, when he was discharged. Who the Irishman did strike, has not yet transpired. It is a curious case. Hamp. and Franklin Mats.) Exprest. A Rebuff. A worthy man in this great metropolis recently visited a ' medium,' to witness the wonders of spiritual rappings. He had lived twelve years with a notorious shrew, who at last died, soon after which he married a young woman of comely per son and pleasant disposition. On inquiring if any spirits were present, he was an swered by the raps in the affirmative. " Who V " The spirit of Melinda, your deceased wife." " Ah I" exclaimed he, with a gesture of alarm ; but recovering himself, he kindly inquired : " Are you sati'fied with your condition ? Are you happy ?" ' Perfectfy so," replied the spirit. " So am II" gruffly exclaimed the ungal lant inquirer, as he turned upon his heel, and walked off. Bost. Journal. M0T f pr. -v 4 THESE Restorative Pills have been used in pri vate practice, with unprecedented success, for 20 years, they have never before been offered to the public. Theie Pilli remove obstructions, open the natural passages of the fluids of the body us the poret and lacteal vessels. THRV ARK WHOLLY VEOETABLE. and perfectly harmless in their effects, instead of weakening ana ueDiuuuinK me pnuam, i. usu ally the ease with other Pilli ) they Rive tone to the stomach strengthening and invigorating both stom ach andbowelt; and Impartinf nssr feeling and ener. tn tiverv nart ftf the avstem. Being wholly vegetable, they are mild in their operation, without griping, or any pain whatever. Tl.nv are alow in their movement, but thorough in their renovating and reitoratlve character; and need only be. tried to be approved o by all such as are amictea wiwi ine nomuie aiineringariaiiig irom uu pepeia, or any of the symptoms of a disordered tomacn. Tin STOMACH IB THE CUTTER OP lYtf PATHIKI. It Is principally supplied with nerves by a large pair rocseding directly Horn me t Drain, caiiea in rar Vagnnrj. Then, in their course, send branches to the pharynx and larynx; the esophagus) the vessels of tne neck and heart; the lungs; the liver; the spleen; and the diaphragm. It is unnecessary to go farther than a primary de rangement of the atnmachi to account for a multi tude of distressing symptoms with which many are afflicted, such as: Indigestion, Head-Ache, Billioosness, Extreme Nervous Agita- Acldity, tion, Palpitation of the Heart, Difficulty of Respiration, A Sense of oppression at Stnpor, the pit of the c torn ach, A temporary lots of mem An Incapacity lor the ory, Irritability, lightest Exertion, A Sense ot Emptiness, Depression of Spirits, Drowsiness, Mistiness and indistinct- Pulse less frequent, and ness of Vision, more feeble than usual, Cold Hands and Feet, Debility, Unpleasant taste in the Extreme Langor and Ex Mouth, particularly when hauslun, rising the morning, lrespondenoy, Numbness of the Limbs Restlessness, and other parts, Emaciation and Extreme Vertigo Nausea, Debility, Dull Heavy Pain and sons Costiveneas. of weight in the Head, Persons purchasing theie Pills will be careful to observe that the na me of 0. HALSTED, (in gilt letters, on black paper,) Is affixed as a wrapper to esch box; and that rroni are oenhine unless labeled In this manner. For sale by Druggists everywhere. Principal Depot at BURNET'S, April, 15. 14 E. Fourth street, Cincinnati. PRICE, FIFTY CENTS. Jfp Persons remitting us $1,00 in ossh, or Postage Stamps, will receive (by mail) two sons of Pills, ERER Or EXPENSE. TTjp All who order from see this advertlsment, wiJ please notify us ot thut fact. Country merchants ran purchase these Pills, from Cincinnati DauooiSTsat Proprietors prices. SAVEYO TEMPERANCE ADVOCATES ATTENTION!!! The only natural -wholesome drink for man," can be obtained from BUKNET'S PATENT WATER COOLER. WE ere now prepared to offer onr friends and customers a superior article of Water Coolers of entire new styles, at greatly reduced prices. This article is the result of the application of scien tific principles to the purpose intended, viz: to keep water as cool as possible, as long as possible, and with the least possible quantity of Ice. The proprietor has long devoted his attention to this particular brunch of domestic economy, and pass ing from one improvement to anoiher, has at length arrived as near perfection as it is possible to reach. A proof. of this is found in the very general use of these toasters in all parts of the country. A simple statement of facts in regard to these Coolers, will satisfy every one of their superiority. First, they are the only article of the kind ever patented.- They are finished with two distinct non-conducting chambers, by means of which, with two pounds of Ice to the gallon, water is kept (at a temperature of 40 degrees above zero, or only 8 degrees from the freezing point) all day. Thus at a oost of some Ave cents per day, a family of ordinary size can be constantly supplied with water as cold as ice itself; larger numbers In the tame proportion. This has been found by actual experiment to be a saving of at least seventy-five per cent, over the Earthen Jars, formerly used for Oils purpose. Again, these Coolers never sweat; in this way saving much unnecessary waste and trouble. Beina manufactured In the most workmanlike style, and handsomely finished In every respect, they muke a very beautiful ornament for the Din ing Room, Hotel or Steamboat. An important improvement has lately been added to the Cooler, viz: A small Pun (capable of holding from six to eight pounds of Butter) inserted direot ly under the cover. This quantity of butter can be kept perfectly hard all day, without additional ice, (a very important addition to the economy and com fort of families.) If desired, the Cooler osn also be furnished at a small expense with a FILTERING APPARATUS, which serves the additional purpose of removing all impurities from the water, rendering it perfectly clea and wholesome. The Cooler and Filter may be seen in operation at any lime, at BURNET'S, No. 14 East Fourth street, Cincinnati. For sale by the following persons: Louisville, by John Gill, 45 Main street. Columbus, by J. K. Heyl, Higti street, opposite Franklin Bank. Cleveland, by Huntington It Brooks, Indianapolis, by Jacob Li ndsley. Frankfort, by Grey ft George. Nashville, by A. H. Hiesa. New Orleans, by J. A. Morton & Co., Tchoupi tonlas street. Wholesale and Retail Agent in New York City, J. H. BURNET, ' Mo. St Wall street. CE! OME AND SEE! Te-sry FUlfil rnp Store mud east 8ork! I CONSTANTLY RECEIVING AND OPENING German) French, English and Jmericaa PEHF U II E K Y, Ann FANCY ARTICLES, AL0 All Popular Genuine Family MEDICINES. jv.i. Corner Fourth and Fine St., Cincinnati, 0. 1 - HAVING about completed the Improvements In our Store, we would respectfully invite the ladiea and gentlemen to call and see our new stock, just opening, and we do not hesitate to say, that our Store presents inducements in its appearance, Iocs, tioaaad quality, and quantity of Its goods, second to none in the West. Our assortment of French, German, English and American PERFUMERY, Fortmonates, Cutlery, Brushes, TOILET ARTICLES, AND FANCY GOODS Generally, selectedjwith great care by one of the firm, comprises one of the most extensive varieties ever Irovght into this , city. We are now Importing, Direct from Paris and other parts of Europe, most of the celebrated Foreign Perfumery, such as Farina, Cologne, Lubin's, Mailley's, Lowe's, and other re puted Manufacturer's articles. Alio, constantly re ceiving direct, from the best importing honses of New York, Philadelphia, etc., where we have competent persons to look out for the cream of their stock. Hence, our arrangements are such, that we have the advantage of receiving every thing new as it comes out, and shall be constantly adding new varieties to our stock. Wholesale Western Agency For Myers' Ex. RocK Rose, Wright's Indian Vegeta ble; Pills, Watt's Nervous Antidote, Lyon's Kath arron and Jamaica Ginger, Whita's AmbrrGlass and Jamaica Ginger, Bishop's Almond Lotion, Nuttall's Syriacum, Kendall & Taylor's Thermometers and Barometers, 4tc. State Agents for M'Lean's Liniment, Locock's Wafers, Jew David's Planer, Dr. Rowland's, Dr. Swayne's, GrarTenberg, M'Candle's, Radway's, and other Medicines, Bright's Corn Plaster, Toothache Drops, Johnson's Tooth Soap, DaCosta's Tooth Wash, Thnrston's Tooth Powder, Burgess dr. Co.'s Rat Exterminator, etc. For Sale all POPULAR MEDICINES, SUPPORTERS, BANDAGES, TKtSSES, Surgical Instruments, etc. To the Wholesale Trade. We now have our wholesale rooms fitted up,"and samples arranged in convenient style, and our facili ties enables usto sell to the trade on more advanta geous terms than any other house csn, and as low, or even lower, than eastern houses, thus saving the ex pense of transportation to country merchants. Our goods, in all instances, are what they are re presented to be and when sold by sample shall al ways be in comformity with the samples shown. Cars is taken to have our cases properly packed, and to gusrd against injury in transportation. We solicit orders from parties not visiting onr elty; and will endeavor, in all instances, to sstisfy in every particular, all who confide their orders to as. Our thanks are due to the publia for the very lib eral patronage we have heretofore received, and we shall aim to keep op and inoiease our favorable repu tion of one price, fair dealing and courteous bearing toward all our patrons. KOHL & FOWLER. rV L i r V I 4. a ' 1 M If ' t 'i n?',i.vi'-'trr 17 ECONOMY, CONVENIENCE AND j LUXURY COMBINED With one of WIN C HELL'S OCTAGO.N WATER COOLKRS AND FILTERS yon can always have ready (or ue, wa ter as cold as ice itself, und as clear as the purest inrine water. Manufactured only by 1 GEO. U. WINCHELL, April, 15. Corner of Walnut and Pearl streets. " The Cup lht cheers, But not inebriates-" LL, HARTER, i' fifth street, one door West of Walnut, has in store one of the best and largest assortments of Teat to be found in the West ern country, which he will sell wholeale and retail as low at the lowest, and warrant to give satisfaction, or money refunded Remember the plsce, 42 Fi.th, one door West of Walnut, Appollo Building. march 25 6m PERCUSSION SEAL PRESS. Orders must be addressed to II. II. SHIPLEY & BKO fHGKAVEUS AND DIE SINKEKSj Manufacturers of Embossed Curds and Advertising Envelopes. 22 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. THE above is the full size of Percussion Eeal Press, which weighs but two pounds. This onirpie invention is to protect from forgery all important paprrt. such as Bills of Exchange, Bonds, Checks, Drafts Letters, Labels, Notes, Re ceipts, Envelope.. Ac. This protection is obtained by a blow of the hand upen the press, which gives instantly to the paper a chaste, beautiful impress of a bu'inesa card or ad dress m relievo, that b-ffling the effort! of the llioit adroit counterfeiter. Price of Press, with seal of fifty letters or less, $5,00. Press wilh Notarial Seal, $5,00. Devices on other than Notarial Seals, extra, say from 00 cents, to $1,00 and upwards. Measures have been taken to secure a patent on the above Press. Arrangements are now made to supply the whole country. East, West, North and South. This Percussion Press is now In constant use in Cincinnati and vicinity, by many of the principal Bankers, Merchants, Mechanics, Notaries Puuiie, kecorders, Lodges, die, to whom all who desire information as to its utility, durability and value are respectfully referred. Orders tor Envelopes, Dies, plain or elaborate. Shipley's Self-sealing Envelopes, Colored and Embossed Curds, and new uud improved Lever Seal 1'ress, attended to as usual, by I. II. -IIIPLEY & BRO, Engraving on Wood executed in the beat style. mar.-29 AGENTS! AGENTS!! GREAT INDUCEMENTS are now beirg offered to industrious and enterprising young men to en?age as agents, to sell by SUBSCRIPTION EXCLUSIVELY, new, important and highly inter esting pictorial family books, which in respect to taste of matter presented and mechanical execution are not excelled, having received the applause of the greatest literary characters of the country. Cer tain districts of country will ire allotted to sgents for their exclusive benefit, and books furnished WHOLESALE at nnusual low prices. For particulars address Publishers, Post pud. J. fe H. MILLER & Co.. May 6. Columbus, Ohio. It E RR S' . TEMPERANCE HOTEL, laird street, North of Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON CITY, Jlj' Prices to suit the times. TJH Feb. 25th, 1853. C. H, BRODFUEHRER, MANUFACTURER OP BOOTS A l SHOES, No. 58 West Sixth Street, North side, between Walnut and Vine sts., i CINCINNATI, , tyThe above establishment keeps constantly on hand a selected assortment of the above articles, and will make the tame to order at the shortest notice. march 18 . TEA. WE GIVE NEW YORK WEIGHTS fT. 1 and tares on every package of Tea, and Ijir-ti-ll k neoharre for dray age or snipping, tlte MOORE b CHESTER Tea Warerooms, Seventh and Walntrt, Ci. Febroarjrja, 1852.