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TVS flPLFSRATFn 'STOMACH :BITTSES. 4 pare and powerful Tonic, corrective 1. I . I . . r 1 ' rr- uu biiciiiiivo ui w ciiiiieniii eumacy in 1 rfifease of. th STOMACH. LIVER AND riUWtL. Lures Dyspepsia. Liver com ' pli.int, Headache, General Debility, Ner vousness, Depression of Spirits, Constipa 'tion, Colic," Intermi ttent Fevers, Cramps and Spasms, and all complaint! of either Sex, arising from Bodily Weakness wljeiher inherent in the system or prodnc J by special causes. Nomina that ss Dot wholesome, genial and restorative in its nature enters into th composition of HOSTETTER'S STOM ACH BITTERS. This popular preparation contains no mineral cf any kind, no deadly botanical element; no fiery excitant ; but it iis a com bination ol the extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants with the purest and mildest of alt diffusive stimulants. it is well to oe forearmed against disease ' and, so far as the human system can be protected by tinman means against mala . lis engendered by an unwholesome at- rnaspuere, impure wjirr uuu outer external cause, Hosteler's Bitters may be relief on as a safeguard. Is districts infeited with Fever and Ague, it has hen fon nA infallible an a nraveniivct . . - - - c - - c d irresistible as a remedy and thousands wtio resort to it under appiehension of an attack, escape the scourge; and thousands w!jo neglect to avail themselves of its pro te:tive qualities ic advance, are cured by a very brief course of this marvelous medi cine. Fever and Ague patients, .after be in pi' ed with quinice for months in vain, until fairly sa-vurated with that' dangerous alkaloid, are not onfrequeruly restored to fial in wt'hin a few days by the use of Hosteller's Bitters. '" The weak stomach is rapidly invigoretej and the appetite restored by this agreeable Tanic and hence it works wonders in ca fes of Dyspepsia and in less confirmed forms of Indirection. Acting as a gentle : and painless apperient, as well as upon 1 tne liver, it also invariably relieves the Constipation superinduced by inegular action of the digestives and secretive or gans. . . Persons of feeble habit. liable to Nervous Attacks. Lovmcjs of Spirits and Fits of Lan guor, 'find prompt and permaennt relief from the Bituirs. The Testimony on this point is moit conclusive, and from both wsxes. Tha annnr of Rilions Colic is immedi ately assuaged by a single dos3 of tho i stimulant and by occasionally resorting to it, the return of the complaiut may be pre vented. As a General Tonic, Hostetter's Bitters produce eflects which must be experienced or witnessed before they can be fully ap preciated. In cases of Constitutional Weak ness, and Pre mature Decay and Debility and PecrepitJde art.- ing trom Old Age, it -exercises the electric influence. In the convalescent stages of all diseases it oper ates as a delightful invigorant. When the rnttlarl not tiro o ... uUtdiI it nnoilM In ts enlorce and re-establ.sh them. Last, but est least, it is the The Only f afe Stiniuleoi, being manufactured from sound and innocuous materials, and en tirely free from the acid elements present more or less in all the ordinary tonics and -stomachic ol the day. - No family medicine has been so univer sally, and, it may be truly added, deserv edly popular 'with the intelligent porlioa of the community, as Hoste'ter' Biners. Prepared by HOSTETTER & SMITH, ritifebur-b. Pe. . Sold by ail Druggists, Grocers and Store keepers everywhere. . Dec. 9, 18C3. ly. READING RAIL ROAD. : UIMtll ARRA3GE31EAT. if REATTriiok line from the North and - North-west for Philadelphia, New "York, Reading, PottsvilIe,Lebanoo, Allen town, Easton, &c, &c. Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia Hew York, Heading, Potlsville, and all in termediate Stations, at 8 a.m. and 2 p. m New York Express leaves Harrisburg at J. 00a. m. asriviug at New York at 10 15; the name morning. FjrM IrniTi Harrinhnrorr tr Kaw Vnrlr 31x3 15; to Philadelphia S3 35 and 82,80. 3a?gage checked through. . Returnins leave New York at 6 A. M. i2 Noon, and 7 P. M. (Pittsburgh Express. j irriving at Harrisburg at 2 A. AL) Leave Philadelphia at 8. 15 A. and 3. 30 P.M. " Sleeping cirs in the New York Expres Trains, ' through to and from Pittsburgh without charge. - Passenger! by the Caltawissa Rail Road leave Taraaqoa at 8. 50 A. M and 2. 15 P. M. for Philadelphia, New York, and all Way Points, . Trains leave Pottsvilie at 9. 15 A. M. and 2. 20 P. M. ;for Philadelphia, Harrisburg aad New York An aecomcdatioa Passenger train leaves Reading at 8. SO A. M. and returns from Philadelphia at 4. 30 P. M. C" All thithe above ttaina run daily, Sundays excepted. A Sunday train leaves Pottsvitle at 7.30 'A. M. and Philadelphia at 3.i5 P. M. Commutation, Mileage, Season, and Ex cursion Tiekuts, at reduced rates to and from all poiqls. - - - . : " G. A. NICOLLS, , . " " 1. General Saperintendant. November 16. 1863. 171 o:iISG ISSITK ASI E COJIPAST, OJflce ovr the Wyoming Bank, ' ?t r f f i? 5 A o CAPITAL AS D SUXiPLCS, I23,C0O. Will iijsurs again! loss or damage tv Fire on property in town or country, at reasonable terms. PIUECTORb, G. M Hollenback, John rLcii J.ard, Samuel Wadharas, D L Shoe, nuker, Daniel G. Driesbach, R. C. Smith, It. D. Laeoe, G. P. Steele, W. W. Ketcbam: Charles Domince W. -S. Ross, George M. -. - -' - G. M. HOLLENDACH, Pres't. D. L. F4I0EM AKEg, F. Preft. 11 C. ? IJTII,. tecreiary, .'- G. STIIKLING, Treasurer.' L. H. CONOVER, Asent, Beach Havea, Pa. ; 1 ' ip'5 ! CABINET WARE ROOM. I SIOIV C. 811 IVE, RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of -- the Publio to his exiensive assortmeni of Lahinev furniture and CHAIRS, wnicn ne win warrant made of good materials and in a workmanlike man ter. At his establishment ran always be found a good assortment of fashionable furniture, which is equal in style hod fin ish to that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities and at. as low prices. He has on band . . oi different style an( prices, from $25 to 860. Divans Lounges, Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs, Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and a variety of upholstered work, with Dress ing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card..? centre and pier tables, detashu?, " cheffeniers, whatnots and comodes,E3 and all kinds of fashionable work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and common wa8nstands,dre68-tables, corner cupboards, solas, DINING AND BREAKFAST TARf.RS bedsteads,cane seat and common chairs is the largest in this section of the county. He will also keen a ?ood assortment nl looking glasses with fancy gilt and com mon frames He will also furnish spring mattrasees fitted to any sized bedstead, which are superior for durability and com. fort to any bed in use. Uloomfburg, Not. 4, 1863. SOLD IE ISS IN THE AIJiTI Y And Our People at Home Are now ojfered an opportunity by which they can obtain a A GOOD AND DURABLE TIME PIECE VERY LOW FIGURE. Our Watches are WARRANTED TO KEEP TIME ONE YEAR, and the buyer as allowed the Priv ilege of Examination before Payment is required. IMPROVED DUPLEX IN FULL RUBY ACTIONS. A first class Hunting Time-Piece of Sil ver material, over which is electro fine plated 18 k. gold, most durably wrought, making the imitation so laulilees that it cannot be detected from the solid material most experienced judges; acids will not affect it. London made movement. Ira proved Duplex ic Full Ruby Action, has sweep seconds, and is not to be excelled in general appearance. 'This is decidedly one of the best artrcles ever offered for lra ders and speculators. Ergineets, emigrants and persons tavelling, will find tbem supe rior to any other; alteratien of climate will not affect their accuracy. Price, packed in good shape and good running order only $35, or case of 6 for S200. SILVER DOUBLE TIME HUNTING LEVERS, Best Quality Silver Cases, over which electro-fine plated 18 k. gold, similar to our Improved Duplex, and superior adjust ed movements with "Stop," to be oed in timing horses, etc., has Four Indexes for Washington and Greewich time, sweep second, and all the improvements. All in all, taking its Beautiful and Faultless ap pearance and its Superior Movement into consideration, we regard it as decidedly the cheapest anic'd of the kind in the mar ket. Price, in toed running order. $34, or case of 6 for 3200. CsWe ask no pay in advance, but will forward either of thern to responsible par ties, to any part of the loval States, with bill payable to exyreesraan when the goods are delivered, giving rhe buyer the priviN ege of examination, and, if not satisfactory, the watch can be returned at our expense. The express oompanies refuse making eollections on soldier and other parties in the distoyal States, consequently all such orders must be accompanied by the cas.i to insure attention. We make a deduction of two dollars ou either watch when the payment is forwarded iu advace. Money may be sent by express at ou expense. THOS. CAFFERTY & CO., 93 and 93 Broad St., opposite Cit Bank, Providence, R. I. Oct. 21.1863. The Great TEA COMPANY, 51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK; Since its organization, has created a new era in tne nisior or Wholesaling Teas In this Ccootrr. They have introduced their selections of TEAS, ard are selling them' at not over TITO CESTS (.02 Cents) per pound above Cost, Never deviating from the ONE PRICE .asked. A nother peculiarity of the Company is that their Tea Taster not only devotes bis time to the selection of their TEAS as to quality, value, and particular rtles for particular localities of country, but he helps the TEA buyer to choose out of their enormous stock such TEAS as are best adapted to his particular want, and not on ly this, but points out to fc.j the best bar gains. It is easy to see the incalculable advan tage a Tea Buyer has in th'.s establishment over all others. II be is a Judge of Tea, or the Market, if his time is valuable, be has all the bene fits of a well organized pystem of doing business, of an immense capital, of the judgement of a Professional Tea Taster, and the knowledge of superior salesmen. . This enables all Tea buyer no matter if they are tboosand of miles from tbi market to purchase on as good terms here as the New York Merchants. Parties can order Teas will be served by os as well as though Ihey came themselves being sure to get original packages, trne weights and tares; and the TEAS are war runlted as represented. We issue a Price List of the Company's Teas, which will be sent to all who order it ; comprising Hyson, Young Hyson, Impe rial, Gunpoder, Twankay and Skin. OOLONG, SOUCHONG ORANGE & HY ' SON PEKOE. JAPAN TEA of every description, col ored and uncolored.'. This list has kach kind of Tea divided into FOUR Ces, namely: CARGO, hi"b CARGO FINEST, that every one may un dersatnd frcm description aDd the prices annexed that the Company are determined to undersell ihe whole Tka. trade. , We snarntee to sell ALL our Teas at not over TWO CENTS(.02 Cents) per pound above cost, believing this .to be attractive to the many who'bavo heretofore, been paying Esosmous Profits. GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, No. 51 Vesey Street, New York. pU 3, ISS3. 3SC3. WIL.OX & Ol BOS' Price with Ilemmer and Feller, 35 00. THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUPE RIORITY PECULIARYITS OWN. Stitching, Hemming, and Falling with It forms a neat, even, and elastic seam, which is warranted not to.rip in wear, even if the seam is cut at frequent intervals, and also under all circumstances "to survive the wash-tub." A Patented device of preat utility to learners, prevents the possibility of the ma chine being run :n the wrong direction, or the balance wheel wearing a lady's dress. Another featnre whinh Hnomoa noniin. lar attention is lTHE WILCOX PATENT NEEDLE CANNOT BE SET WKONO. Two thousand Stitches, or two yards of worR, can oe oone in one minute without dropping a stitch. These Machiaes. so simole and acrmaie in their construction, supersede the use of tne snuttie ; ana witti one thread produce al! the practical results of the two turead machines; and more, for these fell without basting, and hem the finest musliu without puckering. Although al about half the price of the oiner nrst class machines, they will accoui Diisn uoume tne sewin? in a invert nmn. "It is emphatically the good, low priced Family Sewing Machine that the public navfl long Deen wailing tor." boston Iran ecriot. "It is indeed a wonderful production, and and for family use especially, no other will Dear any comparison wim u." raitaaet phia Evening Journal." 'A mechanical wonder.' -Scientific Amer iccan. "Among the best and most serviceable Sewing machines. Light and elegantly finished, and so simple in its construction that it seems almost impossible for it to get out of repair." Pittsburg Chionicle. "Has combined with its own peculiar merits all the really valuable improvements of the higher priced machines." PenneyU vanian. ' "This machine, in ihe opinion of the committee, fills more nearly the require ments of a perfect family machine than any on exhibition' Franklin Institute Exhibi tion Report ol 1858. "Taking into consideration limplicity, cheapness, durability, and doing all work, the committee were unanimous in favor of the Wilcox &Gibbs as a single thread ma chine." Pennsylvania Slate Agricultural Society's Report. "We must, in Justice, express our confi dence in the merits of the Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine. We consider that a great desideratum has been supplied by it, in proving, beyond coubt, that two threads are notas was supposed, necessary to a good instrument." Christian Advocate and Jour nal, June 21, 1860. "We have one of these machines in use, and think more highly ot it than ot any oi the number we have tried." Richmond Whig. The undersigned, Missionary to Constan tinople, has examined more than twenty different kinds of Sewing Machines, and after some six weeks' experience with Wilcox & Gibbs' Patent, he has purchased one of them as the best adapted to the wants of his family, and a the least liable to require repair. OLIVER CRANE. Boston, July 3, 1860. The undersigned,during' eighteen months has had in almost constant use, in hisfam ly, Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine, upon which has been made the clothes cf bis large family from muslin to pilot cloth including the clothing required for his sev eral boys; and in no case have tha seams failed, although in hard service. The ma chine now in use in bis family has required no repair, and is in all respects, well ap pointed, efficient and durable. JACOB CHICKERING, Boston. GSend lor a Circnlar.gj JANES WILCOX, MHUufacmrer. No. 508 Broadway, New York, Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel. August 28, 1861. ly. THE GREAT CAUSE OF II U !? Sl IV MIS E R IT . Just Published, inia Staled Enveloped. Priccfiieiits: A LECTURE BY DR. CULVER VVKLL. ON THE CAIJSK AND 'Ml ?n-T riTD L' I n n . L . n sumttion. Mental and Physical Dfbiiity, Nervousness, Epilepsy ; Impared Nntrms of the Body: Lassitude; Weakness of the Limbs and the back; Indisposition and In capacity for study and Labor: Dullness of Apprehension; Loss of Memory; Aversion to Society: Love of Solitude; Timidity, Self-Distrust; Dizziness; Headache; Affec tions of the Eyes: Pimples on the Face, Involuntary Emissions, and eexual IncaD city; the consequences of Youthful Indis cretion, &c, &c. GTThis admirable Lectureclearly proves that ihe above enumerated, often 'self-afflicted, evils may be removed withthts medicine and without dangerous surgical operations, and should be read by every youth and every man in ihe land. Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two nostase stamps, by addressing. DR.-CHAS. J. C. KLINE, 127 Bowery, N. Y. Post Office box 4586. Janaarv 29, 1862-lr- B1ABUIAGE.-ITS L0VK AA'D f hates, sorrows and augers, hopes and tears, regrets and joys; MANHOOD, how lost, how restored; the nature, treatment and radical cure of spermatorrhoea or sem inal weakness ; invciunlary emissions, sex ual debility and impediments to marriage generally ; nervousness, consumption, fits, mental and physical incapacity, resulting from SELF-ABUSE are fully explained in the MARRIAGE GUIDE, . by, WM. YOUNG, M. D. This moat extraordinary book bhould be in ihe hands of every young person contemplating marriage, and every man or woman who desires to limit the number of their offspring to their circum stances. Every pain, disease and ache in cidental to youth, maturity and old age, is fully explained; every particle of knowl edge trial should be known is here given. It is full of engravings. In fact, it disclo ses secrets thai every one should know; still it is a book that must be locked up, and not he about .the house. It will be sent to any one on receipt of twenty rive cents in specie or roaiae stamps. Ad dress Dr. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 SPRUCE Street, above Fourth, Philadelphia. ' GT AFFLICTED & UNFORTUNATE, no matter what may be your disease, be fore yon place yourself under tho care of . , r 1 - r any ot tne notorious iuoats native or ior eign who advertise in this or any other paper, get a copy of Dr. Young's book, and read it carefully.' It will be the means of saving you many a dollar, yoar health, and possibly your life. DR. YOUNG can be consulted ou any of the diseases described ic his publication at his office. No. 416 SPRUCE Street,aboe Fourth, Philadelphia. ' Office hoars from 9 jo 3, daily.; : , r Eebrcary 26, 1862 y, AjefQ Cathartic Pills N. Y. WEEKLY NEWS. The cheapest and best New York News paper, Only one dollar per anunra. Eight pages forty columns. A complete record of events, Benjamin Wood, eriiior and pro prietor. 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Three copies, for one year, 5 00 Five copies, furoue year, 7 00 Eight copies, one year, 10 CO Premiums for Getting vp Clubs: Three, Five or eight copies make a club. To every person getting up a club, at the above rates, a copy of the Magazine for 1864 will be given gratis. Address, post paid, CHARLES J. PETERSON, 306 Chestnut St., Pbila. November 18, 1863. 7 LEATHER! LEATHER! rjiHE undersigned would announce, that he has on hand, at his Hat and Cap emporium on Main street, Bloomsburg, an assortment of different kind of leaiher,such as fine calfskins, morocco, red and black and linings, all of which he will sell cheap er than can be had elesewbere in this mar ket. Call and examine them lor yourselves. JOHN K. G1RTOS. Bloomsburg. May 21, 1862. DR. J. R. EVANST" Physician and Surgeon HAVING located permanently on Main Street, BLOOM SB URG, Pa., would in form the public generally, that he is pre pared to a-tend to all business faithfully and punctually that may be intrusted to his care, cn terms commensurate with tha times. tST He pays strict attention to Surgery as well as Medicine. November 25, 1863.- v. '' ' ET1L -LITTLE. BLOO.IlsmiUG, Pa. Office in Court Alley ; formerly occupied by Charles R. Buckalew. December 28, 1859.-tf. Glen ton s Literary COMPANION. An Elegant, Moral; and Refined Mis cellaneous Family Journal. A PAPER FOR THE MILLION, Ar d a welcome visitor to the home cir cle. It contains ihe toreign and domestic news of the day, and presents the greatest amount of intelligence. THIS MAMMOTH WEEKLY Is pritned on fine white paper, with new and beautiful type, and is a large weekly paper of sixteen octavo pages. An unrivalled corps of contributors are under regular engagements, and every de partment is placed on the most finished and perfect system that experience can de vise. Each number will be beautifully il lustrated. TERMS. $2 00 per annum. Invariably in advance. For sale at all Periodical Depots in the United States. Published every Saturday, corner of Tre mom and Bromfield streets. Boston, Mas sachusetts, y F. GLEASON. Nov. 11, 1863. MADISON HOUSED (OF JERSEYTOWN, PA ) rflHE sub-H-riber would respectfully ap prise his friends and the public gener ally, that he has established the MADISON M HOUSE, in Jerseytown, Columbia county, Pa. The above house has lately been refitted and undergone a thorough repairing by the pro prietor. He is fully prepared to entertain the travelling custom as well a the local with general satislaction, His TABLE and BAR, are well supplied and will be careful ly superintended. And his STABLE is am ply and well stocked, in charge of careful grooms, will always be properly attended. VtT He invites a share of the publiccus tom,and pledzes his best efforts, to help bis guests feel at home. SAMUEL RIMBY. Jerseytown, Jan 8, 1862. BZOHAlf O-B KOLZL, WM. B K00XS Propiietor. IILOOMSUVRG PA rpHIS magnificent Hotel, situate in ihe central portion of the town, and op posite the Court House, hap been thorocghly repaired aud refurnished, and tho Proprr is now prepared to accommodate travelers teamsters, drovers and boarders in the most pleasant and agreeable manner. His table will be supplied with the best the market affords.and his Barwith the choicest liquors Altentise ostlers will always be on hand and his stabling is the most extensive in this section of country. Omnibuses wil always be in readiness to convey passen gers to and from the Railroad Depots. . WM. B. KOOxNS. Bloomsbtfra, July 4, 1860. LIQUORS i LIQ-JCRS i Wlsocsalc and ICetail. rPH.E.8ub,icrit'er wold announce to the J- citizens of Bloornsburs and vicinity, that he is selling LIQUORS in lare and' small quantities, and at different n rices at am new store, on xviain street, north 6ide, tuo doors south of Iron street. BloomsbDro-. Hia stock of Foreign and Domestic -Jsl-Mjf m m Asr hiss 9 consists of Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He has a large assortment of Old Rye. gray with age, tine Old Bourbon, Old Folks Whiskey; and any quautity o common. He also has PURE HOLLAND GIN, Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Cherry and Cam pagne Wines; and last but not leaM, a quantity of good double extra BROWN S10UT; all of which he will sell at the lowest cash prices. The public are respect fully soliclfed to give his liquor a trial. D. W. ROB BINS, Ag't. Bloomsbnr?, May 1, 1861. DEITTISTS,?. II. V. IKHVLR, SlKCEOI DENTIST. 13 KS PEC FULLY offers his professional services to the ladies & "entlemenol Blooms- burg and vicinity. He is prepared lo attend to all the various operations' in Dentistry, and is provided with the latest improved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as well as natural. Mineral plate and block teeth manufac tured and all operations on teeth carefully attended to. A superior article of Tooth Powders, al ways on band. All operations on the teeth warranted. i Residence and Office, a few doors above I the Court House, same side. Bloomsburg. Aug. 19 1858. G ii 1 1 a Icrclia Backing. WITHOUT BRUSHING.) "JPOR Boots, Shoes, Harness, Carriages, - and Military Leather Work. This new and excellent article excels eveay thing ever before in use, for beauti fying and softening the Leather. It makes a polish like patent leather ; will not rnb off with water, nor stain the finest white silk, and makes leather perfectly water proof. Twice a month applied on boots and shoe, and once a month for harness is sufficient. If the leather becomes din y wash it off with dean water and the polish will re appear. Warranted as represented. Directions lor use. Apply a few drops on a 6ponge, rub it slowly over the leather, and the polish is complete. PRICE 37 CEFTS PFR BOTTLE I t5T For sale by L. T. &HARPLESS. Bloomsburg, May 14, 1862. Kollaek's Dandelion Coffee. THIS preparation, made from the best Java Coffee, is recommended by ph ysicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE for General Debility, Dyspepsia, and all bilious disorders. Thousands who have been compelled to abandon the use of cof fee will use this without iujurions effects. One can contains the strength ot two pounds of ordinary coffee. Price 25 cents. KOLLOCR'S LETA1X, The purest and best BAKING POWDER known, for making light, sweet and nutri tious Bread and cakes. Price 15 cents. Manufactured by . SI. H. KOLLOCK, Chemist, Corner of Broad and Chestnut Streets. Philadelphia, And sold by all Druggists and Groters.jjn February 26, 1862. ly. . , EDWRAD B, SNIDER, AND Gcnc'l Com'sion Merchant. Bloomsburg, Columbia county Pa. Particular attention given to Patent righu. Sept. 2, 1863. 3mos. WHITE MEN MUST RILE AMERICA. THE CHEAPEST PAPER PCBHEHED. PORTY-EIGHT columns of reading mal ter per week for tl 20 per year. The only New York Paper made up exclusive ly for coumry circulation; and, the news of ibe week, with the cattle, produce, aud other markets, carefully reported. mh?ew York l)ay-Pook,for 1C84. White Men's LibertiesState Rights Fed eral Union. The New York Day-Book is an indepen dent, Democratic Journal, holding with ihe late Senator Douglas, thai 'this" govern roent is made on the white basis, by white men, for the benefit of white men and their posterity forever." It is a large dou ble sheet, with forty eight columns of read ing matter, and in all respects whether lor Markets, news, Literary or Agricultural information is not inferior to any as a po litical or family newspaper. In its politi cal department, it grapples bolcfly with the real question before the American people, and presents the only philosophy of it which can re-ist the sweeping march of Abolitionism. It is Democratic in the true sense of the term the defenderof the peo- Hie p us"'; "ui ii tsiue upnoiuerof no par ty chicanery or trickery. Ji i not onty for peace, but it shows how, and how only, permanent peace can be obtair ed, and this glo'ious white man's government of Wash ington restored, viz : by the utter route, overthrow, and extermination of Abolition ism from American soil. The Day Book is now the only weekly political paper in New York city made up exclusively for country circulation. All the others are reha-hed from the columns of some daily paper, which renders it almost impossible to give so complete and general a summary of the news as in the other case Persons about subscribing hrnM take this into consideration. Democrats al-o, must see to it that sound Dapers are circulated among the people, orabo!ition ism wlil never De pnt down. rST All who desire to refute ihe arguments of Abolition ists, should read The Day Book. TERMS: One copy, one year, 32 00$ Three copies on year, 5 00; Five copies, one year, $7 50; Ten copies, one year, and one to the gener op of the clnb, J14 00; Twenty, i-oj ies, one year, and one to the getter up of ihe Club, $24 00. Additional copies, euch 3 1 20. The name of the post-office, county, and) Sta'e, should in all case, be plainly given in every letter. . - : Payments always in advance, acd all pat ers will be slopped when the time of subscription paid for empires. Address, VAN EVRIE, H Oft TON h CO, 162 Nassau St., New York. Speciul Orders. We desire this year to place before a million of northern read ers the great doctrines '-The Day Book" teaches on the question ol the Races. We confidently believe if this Journal wero placed in the hands of one half of the vo ters of the northern States between this time and November, 1S64, the Democrats could not fail to carry the next presidential elec tion. We therefore make the following offers, net in the light of prizes, and nc even because it will be profitable, for we can scarcely afford it but solely to secure a wide dissemination of :be views which we profoundly believe will save our coun try. Clubs of Twenty. For a club of 20, besides ihe extra paper now offered, we will send a copy of Dr. Vu Evrie's great work on "nesroes and negro sla.very," the third edition of which is just ready. Price One Dollar. Clubs tf Fiftj.For a club of Fifty subscribers, al 10, we will send one extra paper, and a t-ornpleie set of our Ami Abo- . lition Publications," ibe prices ol which, taken together, amount to &2 75. Clubs of One Hundred. In relation to Clubs oi one hundred, we will say this: Whoever'wiil send us one hundred sub scribers at one time, the club to be sent to one address, and begin and end at the same lime, will receive th3 papers at $100. V. E., II. & CO. November 18, 1863. PROSPECTUS OF "TUE AGLV A NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. r'0 be published Daily and Weekly in A the city of Philadelphia, bv A J Gloss brenner & Co. 'The Age" will advocate ihe principles of ihe Demoratic party, and will, therefore, necessarily favor ihe resto. ration of the Union as it was, and defend the Con-titotion of the United States, and that of this Commonwealth. It will freely and fairly dicus all legit imate subjects of newspaper comment, in cluding, of course, and pre-eminently at this time, all queetions connected with the existing unhappy condemn of our country. It will fearlessly criticise the publ.c acts of public servants and defend the legal and constitutional right of individual citizens and ol sovereign States, against assaults jrom aiy quarter. It will seek to awaken the minds of the people to a proper sense of the actual con dition of the Republic to present tobem, truthfully, the tearful perils in which we stand as a nation to exhibit the magnitude of the task that lies before them, if they would check our downward progress and to inspire them with patriotic determina tion to apply the remedy for our national ills. In belief, it will in all things, aim lo be the faithful exponent of Democratic prin ciples, and to render itself worthy to be oil organ ot the democratic party, under whoso auspices our country prospered so long and so well. The restoration of "that part ty the party of the Constitution and tba Union lo power in the legislative and ex ecutive governmental branches of the Stats and of the Union, we believe to be neces sary to avert anarchy, and therutter ruin of the Republic. To contribute to that resto ration will be our highest aim. The news, literary, commercial and oth- er departments, will receive due atiention, and will be so condacted as to make "The Age" worthy of the support of the general reader. The. many difficulties now surrounding an'enterprise of the magnitude of that in, which the undersigned are engaged, re quire them to appeal to the public for a generous support, and to ask for "The Age" a liberal patronage and extended cir culation. 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