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TUESDAY 11011111110mr::-.: :00T. 18,1868.
UNDO State Ticket.
ANDREW*. CtriTlN, of Eastrei
roil /you cur TUB OUPaTiall COURT:
DANIEL AGNEw, of Beaver.
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JOHN T. D Dinotot of die
THE WOE TW.DAy.
WI never saw a time when there was so
little occasion for sullying cry U. the TO.
tin now. The people are thormigbly
wooed, and this night will tell • story
that will do more to restore the ITeion and
crush its enemies than any victory that has
been aoldendeince the war began.
• The -One for_ talking; Is nail; that far
working hes *come. Bear in mind, friends
of the Baton, that at every election, beli
ever isaportank some votes are lost through
supineness and neglect. • As far as possi
ble-let this loss - be avoided to-day. Let
eaok man work to bring outs tall vote.
Some egad pr infirm men may require u
ranium) to get to thepolls,4lttli a few may
bo so indifferent that they will not tun oat
unless they are urged. Nov '
the man who
searches oat a voterin some otttotthe•way
place, and brings him to the polls, and thni
urea a vote which would otherwise have
been lost, does a betterserrice to his coun
try than he who eperuis the whole day in
sealour but unavaillug argument.
The Steeliest and he County Ticket.
The people of the county of - Allegheny
have every motive to turn out to the
polls to-day in all their strength—that
strength which has given to thhi community
the :Urine title of the BARBEE Conn.
In the election of Camas and Aonaw,
the people of Pennsylvania will pronounce
to the world, that the Keystone State is
heartily on the aide of the Administration;
that in the progressive strides of depila
tion, ft linens:tot behind. Far beyond the
mete goad or evil which the election of
one stake ether of the opposing candidates
for Govarnor may, make him to do or to
prevent, will be the moral effect of the vote
open the diplomacy of Europe, upon the
hove and energies of the rebels in arms,
and upon the eabemes of traitors at hems
' Oar coonty ticket, independently of the
noble plat'orm upon which it is based; is
composed of men excellently well qualified
for the positions they are respectively
named far. Look at them I
Don Moses limurros, has for many
years oconpted public position. With a
private character above reproach--• public
record without with a rich experi
ence of many year' with superior quali
ties uf eiid heart, no man in the
county could be selected more eminently I
qualified for reelection to the position I
which for the last ten years be has so well
Worsted, than SONIC EL•zrzim
For Assembly, the Convention has given
us an admirable ticket.
:mu P. Cl.ses, is wall known to this
community. Among the first, he has
netted hie devotion to his country, by his
personal services in the field, and—al
though • Democrat—by disavor
ing the treasonable platform upon which
the remnants of that paity have hued
Weaseling, and uniting with Union-loving
citizens in support of the administration.
Aar= Suer, has already cereal one
teem, with distinguished success. Widely
known and esteemed as an honest man, a
Itird.fisted mechanic and .uncorroptible
Weak he will poll a large vote simply
for these reasons.
Ears B. limos is beam the public for
the first time. An upright and ea able
man, • close student, a good chisen, he
Will adorn the position. No man in the
county has more ardent friends, and no
one deserves them more than he.
We. H. DZBXISTON, although a young
man, has a large acquaintance with legis
lative duties, which will prove of great
benefit to his constituents. He has given
wlititinees of veat ability in the campaign,
and his future is looked forward to by hie
Nandi with hopaind pride.
Of the Hoa. T. J. Siouan but little need
be said. He is well known to this whole
icannumity. As , a legislator he 111 pos.
~ rnsed of peak all .intlinate
Isqualntancto ;11th leglolative rates and
pastice. will be, as he has already
proved Meisel!, a valuable man for the
county in that position.
For Begun, we havo - Jons H. Bratrawr,
Esq.—agentlentan rhohas not hesitated to
chow upon the tield, his devotion to his
country. Having bad an Intimate
anal acquaintance with him for monY
years, we are able to speak knowingly
when we say, that every impulse of his
-tient la generous and is manifested in a
thousand ways, through his friendships,
through his chivalrous defense of the weak,
aid through hts open-handed liberality.
Tohnstesred InCopt Robert Patterson's
Union Cavalry;'wits elected First Lieuten
ant, and subsegtieniJy promoted to the cap.
Ulm on the resignation of Capt. Patter
son. The unities of Capt. - Meru% In the
gallant First Marylandeavalry, in the re.
Sion of country along the Potomao from
Hams* to Herper'sFerry, has passedinto
klit o ry. Having gallantly- served 'Me
county in the Still, Capt. Stewart will 'ably
servo his constituents as Rh:mill-of Alla.
Ot Wx. A. Ilianos, Clerk of Courts, we
need say little. As the present incumbent,
ht has been brought favorably into contact
with a large portion of this Community,
sad his fitness for the post is hondromely
enflamed in his renomination.
Far Cousvir • Tasasunsi; Dam Arnie,
Jr, to the notables. He to' alio widely
known and respected. He is I prudent, ex.
latillifeus and an banal man of business
*int "Pitkilatfablo--;quslities necestiaryfor
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Mai; a sturdy farmer, an
ualliattblng loser or his Country, an honest
man, Is OUT candidate for Renown&
WIC J. RICHARDSON IS the preseat Reg
ister of this county. Like Mr. Rialtos, he
hes performed Me duties well, is widely
la:Iowa, hi popular and affable, seal receives
exidoreireent,ilie : high ceropliment of o
azonot ilsarn.von is re-nominated for
Commissioner. Having °coupled that po
sition through the times yhich required
)udgment and discretion to a large degree,
the. Convention did wisely in availing it
self of his experience, by re-nominating
Of Mr. DIATO, for DIRECTO& 01 TIM
Peon, we need say nothing. Ile has given
his puree, hie presence, and hie MOO, in
behalf of the Administration and of the
issues of the on every occasion Then
one or the other, or all could avail.
With Inch a ticket, and inch a platform,
why should not this county roll forth' Such
a majority as has never been equaled?
Let every man devote the diij to the work.
Let every man feel that the salvation of
his country depends upon his vote and his
influence, and that majority will be at
A &allying Cry to the Copperheads
Let the Mends of WOODWARD and Low
ers rally to the polls with shouts and yells,
and vote withall their might; for it is writ-
ten, I'll Beal be the god, follow hint." Let
there be no hesitation, no halting between
two opinions. Count the cost and go in.
Take the plunge boldly and with your eyes
open. Let the example of Judas, who did
quickly, end with a persistent will, what
he did do, regardless of consequences,
beckon you on to the accomplishment of
your purpose and to the fulfillment of your
duty to your party leaders. Vote that you
prefer the enemies of your country to Its
friends. Vote that those who tired upon
your country's flag, and trailed it dishon
ored in the dust, did right. Vote that the
men who are warring against the govern
ment are patriots strait, - -
rights, and that Mote who „-t ..
In defence of that gtrver
enemies. Vote that ala , Zr
institution, and that the
out of it is a holy war. Vote (as your etand
ard bearer says you should), to withdraw
our armies to the North side of Muon and
Dixon's line and of the Ohio river, and give
nit all the sacred soir of slavery to your '
rebel friends, and then beg for peace on
any terms they may be pleased to name.
Vote that our soldiers are lighting in a bad
(mime, and shedding their blood in a fanat
ical crusade. Vote in such a way that if
you are successful, the armies of the con
federacy shall send up a shout of fiendish
triumph, and the soldiers of the Union shall
hang their heads in shame and desponden
cy. Vote, so as to show your eons, your
brothers and your neighbors, who are
battling for the Ireton, that you have
placed them between two fires—that
they have enemies in the rear as well
as in front, and that you have no sympa
thy with them in their toils, their suffer
ings and their death. Vote and elect
WOODWARD, then you may °sionista that
the brave men who abandoned home and
ants comforts and endearments to die for
their country will be ele a/tittered by tens
of thousands; for your triumph will revive
the sinking courage of the rebels, and cause . 1
them to tight as they never fought before_
Vote so se to show to.Earope that we ere
a nation divided against itself, and that,
therefore, we cannot stand, and that the
insurgent elaveholdere have more friends
in the North than the government. Vote,
to give to that small, but arrogant and
aristocratic portion of the American people
the sepreme control in everything, and
let earth Copperhead, by his vote, declare
his fealty to the lordly owner of negro
slaves in the words of Balaam's ass (and
in hts case it will be very true, expressive
language) "des I not thine ass, upon witch
thou hest ridden ever sines I was tAim
Vote, we say, vote, so that your children
and children's children shall blush for you
until your memory shall rot, and until the
earth shell slowly recover from the Witty
and shame you iedioted upon it, and shall
purge itself from the defilement of your
footsteps. Now vote, carry the election if
you can, and verily pit shell hare your
An Avowed Traitor,
Wru.tam B. lino, of Philadalpbh, Is On.
of the moat prosolaeat wd actin Madam et
the Copperhead faction, sod has ben making
speeches all over the Elute.
On the authority of a patio= of anis
peaehablo veracity, who is now a rexidant of
Philadelphia, and is well known in this oily,
we make the following itationienti
Wm. B. REED, of Philadelphia, was at
Niagara Fill/ within this put few wash, with
his wife and soon members of his fanstly.
While the guests wen at breakfast one mus
ing, he cam* to where his wife was sitting,
tabbing his hands apparently In glut glue,
and umarksd to his wife In szplasatlon
Lhasa, t , We have lad a great victory. We
hammer amnia an dm sow. We have efiated
Although IM, was Intended doubtless to Oa
sett 'Otto eon, get the heartof the troller was
so fail that ha could not control the tone of
his iolasi his remark' were heard, therefore,
across the table:-
CITiZENII OF FOREIGN' BIRTH
'That WOODRAZD, for whom you are asked
to vote to:day,- , - - I; the man who need his
postilion, anti his eloquence as 'n member of
the Itiform Convention of Pennsylvania to
D 13781104111 You roe te vas I and that If
his efforts; had been suooessful, instead of
casting year votes this day as American
citisens, you would bs amass in the land
of your adoption.
Remember that your brothers in arms,
-I►ho arts perhaps this day offering their
lives to defense ofo as swam as citizens,
are by Judgo WOODWARD and LOWRIE, de
prival of theirs. Out your vote; for
theirhonor and your own,-and thus over.
throws 'laxly, which disregards not man
ly your stared rights, bat whloki would not
bssitate to 'hand over the Government to
the enemies of Your country.
Who hie been dnly seem* end erbo
km paid taxes within two yesto, - ire on.
titled tcroote, u SWAT AIMITS At BOYS OS.
THZ DAT 011;1118 ELY: 1 110S
They /nog not beet their reeblenoo, 14.
thonslOtoy, ate, tlis fr dnokleed jodlobtl"
tribunals, earl° In the rant,, In the lento'
of their country.
r • '
the Copperheads and the National
The copperhead presses and orators are
making a greet ado about the national debt,
and consequent taxation. But what are
they going to do about it? We must either
fight Ike rebels or make terms with them.
To fight on will increase the debt more or
less; but to stop fighting and make peace,
will at least double it; for of course, in a
compromise, the confederate debt will
have to be added to our own. Is that their
method to reduce taxation?
Nobody likes to be in debt, either nation
ally or individually; yet It to some
times necessary to go In debt; and never
was there a cue In •bich the creation of
a nationai debt was more justifiable than
In ours. The alternative was either debt
If any one wishes to keep the national
debt at the lowest possible figure, let him
vote the Union ticket to-day; for the
Burma of that ticket will dispirit and sub;
doe the rebels more effectually than any
thing else. That will step the national
expenditure, and the debt need not be in. creased any farther. Bat if there are any
who like a big debt and heavy taxation, let
them support WOODWARD and Low= to
day; for that will encourage the rebels
to snob a demi that we shall be obliged
to fight another yearat least, and add some
five hundred millions to the debt. Or,
should we take the advice of the Copper
head; and make a compromise, we must
take upon our ehoulders something like
fifteen hundred millions of Confederate debt,
in addition to the disgrace of the thing.
Tin Pea eays, There will be another
death" Nonsense t Why, we are going to
give the feft wing of the rebel army snob a
thrashing in Pennsylvania and Ohio to.
day that there will be no further need of •
draft. That done, oar gallant soldier. will
make short work of the right wing.
CIT/IVIS 07 FOLZION BIRTH I—Can you
be deluded by party-leaders to degrade
yourselves so far as to vote for Georg , * W.
Copperbeaas Abaadoalng the
Lame of Democrat.
The Copperheads having pretty much
abandoned the name of Democrat and
adopted the odious British tory name of
Conservative, it is 'ingested by several of
our cotemporariee that the loyal men of the
country assume it, and be known hereafter
tle regular Domocraey . The name Is
ly g around loose " for some organize
tioa 141 lake up and wear. The reason that
the Copperheads end traitors have die
carded the name of Democrat is because it
is too radicaL Tom Jefferson was a full
blooded radical. All reformers are radi
.all men who love liberty and hate
slavery are radicals. Democrat le a syn
onym of radical; hence the Copperheads
who bate liberty and equal rights, and who
love slavery, mite and despotism, have
dropped the name of Democrat, and taken
up the British tory cognomen of "Conserv
ative," which means to preserve old and
rotten abuses in Government and society.
A Conservative is one who labors to make
the rich richer and the poor poorer—to up
bad privilege and degrade the masses.
We wish the Copperheads much Joy with
their new name.—Chicago rrelons.
Death of George Sommer.
GlO. Sums, broths: of Senator &min
Mei in Baden on Tuesday, of paralysis. The
Boston Tansseript sap of Mau
"Mr. Borneo was coo if the most accom
plished mem of the time. He lissatat only
familiar with mazy blimps and mu?
Starstares, bit la the miens of • !nil rad
dace abroad bad upland ahem sway Out
of &mom and mad* the saissintanwi of the
most prumbent &tropism state's:stand Men
of htters. The isfarreatlon ite had dirirsd
from books wes but a email put of ths toms
ores of knowledp width his *burring' eye
and islentiva memory bad stored op In his
stied. Bs knew thisgs from personal scam
and mu from personal latereenrak
sad It Was hardly poseibla to tooth. in Owl'
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might be froat Mks, ago.?
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',of cleaned t oad. 'be !niece. I. good hiober, It Is
the ;dewily famed, c enact bi Moans. 13 Jack
eon The whole fill/P3 VI Ib• sed ha a It dy; er If
eualci.nt indrioun. et* ere ofhaed. It sill be cut tip
end eon !p Icoe sallebia for convey realencee. AM
lb. pubwolb, setends h d - epore of the pr 'petty
soon these who may wish :0 purchase elk2cid call
up - n hint willow delay.
Pm further pa Weiler, Inquire of J. 21. I. White,
tog.. 101 Tilth strut, fittebusgb, or of the under.
signed la Oblo townstq.
on d.. wd WiLf.Thei /Anita° le,
pitoPoseLs FOR FLOOR.
tit/. LED PEOPOSILS ate luaud ttU the 22d
DAY 1 4 00 . 2011111, 11143. at 12 m, for ft:umiak/12
the Satahtecce Impartment with
20,000 PA OBELI, Or FLOOD.
Olds will be received kr what le known as Mo. L
do. f and No. 8, ski for any portion has than the
sheets of pepar. diagram grades should be atom separate
Ibe debtor, at the Moor to be comostremed on the
ltth day of September or m loan therenitu u the
Government may dire st, at the rata of SOO berrels
daily. delivered ehlita et the Goverucent Werettoue
In geometer/a, at the Wharvm, or at the Dailmed
Dmot, Washington, D. O.
Payment will be toads In cerable ct I tdabted.
are or inch other foods es Ms Gove rnment may
has for ditty button.
The mini Government Inspection will be made
lost betas the Flour is received.
An oath of elOgiance moat swain= *soh bid.
Ito bid will be entertained from es who hue
previously tilled to comply with Om& bide, or tram
bidders not present to rwipond.
The butah to be entirely new,usde vary strong,
anew memento, and head-lined.. .
do /bur which is ntt fresh ground will to re.
Bids to 1.6 dtrected to Col. A. 13 FOOWITO, A. D.
0. and 0. S.. 17, IL A., Waittbsion ; and endorsed
Prepoaah tar " oeltdd
BAILS Y, FARRELL & CR,
PRACTICAL PL umßl'es,
GIS AND STEAM FITTEUS
And an k:ndi of fittings
FOE WATER, GAS AND STEAM
Aorrerars and TAMES. kr Oil iladaarnal.
Itosd with Lail) by s asw poem.
FLAGS 1 FLAGS! FLAGS!
laialcua Flags ,
Novlas, POLES, COMPANIES, &a,
BUSTIN% MUSLIN OR SILK,
419 dm, from wrilasoara TO 717 TY PZILT,
Pittsburgh Flag Manufactory,
PITTOCKI3 HEWS DEPOT,
"MTH BTBIII7, OPPOBIIII Till 1 , 087 OPIUM
oonszu inarit awn meazirr ermiTs.
pd rad N Urdu, our Ittchardeor's lunar/ dam.)
1 1 4 10T0 . 11ILLPIEB, of ovary rho awl otyto, plain or
deleted, tram the muter Ott, Ca Vtiolts to Oehteet
awl Ws Else.
r 111 1 1714.1101 vinad partkalarty aid
:eittica of Ms asso Lao Emu to Qs ory sowed.
Wily of tab ortabuguz.t. being moiled by ■ do.
de short illed S itatra.
unt" Puna senseum, mut tatlausttei rums
A .111i8ti bUPPLY ul?
Jut natind at FULTOWEI MUM Erzor,s,
Ho. 6 sod VD Ftd,
NEW CASTLE AND BRAYER VAL
LIU 11.411.12011 D On
and altar MIONDAY,
nag I :Win ucytko train an
as N. V. D. T. B. 31. will rmanos gacmarood
&arca with Ma man testa the P., P. W. 0.
W., liming Pittsburgh agt T a. as. Al
so. wilt tto
Onntllas Actommodatina, laritag Fin
Tbzongb tick ts fax Net Ckgas, Ram. ilkrair.
InvAlan and NI City, ceti bi precool it the ticket
Deice of the Pittebtrab, 14mi Waynsh Cider , Ban'
way Oompeaky, In Plititiv ad
WS. D. DICHDON,
Nair aim;FP, S. 1183.
j, )l Y.ari
tole Apat for It B. Ihraire Odatrated
Glazed and Unglazed Spool Cotton.
IrAirrawr—/A.LL EMIL Ew.
Also. mai far normue. MAD
WA Mir. BMW! MAD Pmagre PO OL
OWL FMB AND NAMT .1226 4 di".
Illar Tie wbaleal• buds sena b VantiVis t°
mu% bv eb• wipe.
pkitiA---m--jE} rnAI.B .A
A/1 shins Prim. Bias and qualities.
The Chedpest and beet in the City,
L" U ZT T' S
IdAHO - SIO BALL, FIFTH EIT
DR' TA:rpr aThiIiGENTJINE 8P130070,
FULTON'S DI&O 8701111,
a v ailed p,
Mb street, Tit
N..vm ~ct ! ir ou~vu
eitgladatag Ite cit N. letast mad awl
, POPVLAR BONGS,
Poi HIRE OLBTS 0111 MST UCH
Mailed, soil pall, on receipt or two Saint stamps.
4 ddrati ill Orden, to haw* rompt attentive, to
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
sireemno WALL. TIM Ft,et.
MennervU; nuW /.LxrPl nuW
• BlykoilliD —hug published, In sealed en
"WM r , ino Oats. A Leann an she Mean
'i s sepetiaat aid Xadieel Oars of Epsrmetortlum, or
Masan Weaning, lavoinstery emberas Vaal
Rebtlisty. Issiallatnes to canisir• paanb y I
re ream asen, tbseasytion. 'pasta and to blew
ear Physiml Inevalsr, monad boa #.la
am% *., by ion. J. t vimvug„ a. D.. 'atm
Me groom Boob, la. ' , A Siam IJ Iheagnads eir
ealrara, 4 *. sea arta ail. In Ina plan oneshae, to
elb! sd Ven Nada et rearm two
page nal em, by DLO& .11 44 MAXI,
110 ar. New Um, Peat Offlas BC&Oda
021 1921AC111 EMIR%
PULTOWI DRUG ROZA
Mod el Ma stert.
A ass and ariamild listorticar.l of
LADIES' HEAD NETS,
PARISIAN CROWN NETS;
'MULE SSTS ;
PLAIN AND FANCY BEAD NETS;
BILE CORD NETS;
BRAID and the TINSEL BRAID NET
MILLIs EBY BILK', MYST! k Tannusas
No. *pan, inA Porno upon our usual
orati plats 1.4 GABEL
EATON, MACRUM & CO.,
17 FIFTH STREET.
WE HAVE NOW OPENED AN EX
Vary mud Betides Ira are enabled to eel/ below
tha rhgnlar market prices. Cur WCOLIIII 900D6
GOO DOZ. or Bose= Baas) Hon;
200 " Pools;
Doable heels, the bud fit the market be reek%
KNIT JAaltros. a.chespoo to the eNT.
Ladief rail Skirts and Under•Barments.
HOODS, of various kinds
Oa toot at Boarirr 1113BOZI8, VILVIT
RIBBONS, =DIEING& DRUM /LSD IX
BI9TDEBTE3 h Tory azhcoihs sad =Valk
500 BALitozat. EXIMTI.
1,000 PO& &Waal a PAIIii ?annum;
No. ISI ?myth stmt.
BUISPZNDZII3, lINCMITIZB, 11..
oar our am& ma Or owe) suinalkr 1 " 62
Tttal to give as • call.
wuoLituzz zooms VP BUIS&
MACRUM & CLYDE,
78 MARKET enzEBT.
We an twee opening wie crt the lateistmertmethe
FANCY DREBB GOODS,
Twat.: with s very carefully abated suak of
We are ineiefsatartoz do atteily tram the IMO eel
mot *eatable Morten Pn;
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
ate'r, style at at ava7 1100-da
fa waat hash aad Saadmar dlirala dhxda t °S t%
do will to oil
4 11 1,1, oentry Worrahand capalled.
j Übrcett lilkl 2115 & Vi..k.
MITI Tua A4narTlOB OP
To tai9t bNSMsPASIOD STOCK Or
MILLINERY GOODS !
LINER HANDILERCHIEW I
NOTANTO AND PA TON GOODS;
Whkti thiy caw as the mat Ovrattalatescs.
Ica TT AND 12 IItAIIILIZE smut
01 1ryjnisro mrpettelb soil Wad. WO
DALKOILAL aad HOOP SHIM
41E1T, 11HD k BLUt TWILLID FLOM=
ecuatisr, BLOT, OBEY, PIM aad °RAZOR
aICQIIC ILAZTISZ la
BOW astd QUIN" OLEIBINXIITS & CLOT®,
dust a 101 l enactment of Dm. Cloodi it
J. M. 110110EIFILIDP1.
Math Emit conker loath and ll Lath itrute.
J. W. BARKER 8; Co.'s,
59 Market Street.-
SHAV7L O I O
Jima 000 m,
Inoviparalo7 Ito LAMM? ROM Um watt.
IST TAIIIIITY, end the
O H EAPEBT GOODS
An, szttildtad 1n this city
BappVed at, Ise then Masan was.
Jad teadaall at
LANE. BUSBOY A, CO"
Ea 1111DIRAZ MU" Anas6o,la.
Bay NINA* JUSWIIII.IIII4b IliUtnit!4
808 aolt :mum% , •
09 4, -i•z:... , , , ;"1 , 1 nt.1.61'
Imtcacteg the folioed', pc pu'ar .tiler
Ala),•nsw lot at
Tzzrarva mos or
•uay • now Imlay a!
, 4 Y R. vOLLEYN,Lit
• azoopaumalcor /11ROIUNT
wkisaiis.'a iam onimik IMMIX
FM Plealllfmainll7, No. Si vOO 41 !
Panama at theint.wit, bath inabled With trot
anhhea, paiwitatiati of the heart, lack of aw.
WWI% Mann Wier fit'torpid Wax, ochuttpn
dawn. to antic it they TEN hot taw th•
1,. PLANTATION SITTIMS,
Which ars novereatonneaded by en s blo w ,„,., n .,
aatharusw, sad watranted to puha .an leas,,,,,n.sy
`beneficial ay. They an excessibiti wearable,
pesintly Pars, sad must aspersed. 111 otbar tonics
when • healthy. pale stiandant to ropstred.
They Pm*. Strengthen and lavigotata
They create • healthy appettta.
They mesa antidote to change of wake sad diet.
They averanses Whets of dtedintka sad hits 11013 ii.
Tber ettengthen the wawa and antiresi the sand.
is cad peas 84 Croix Hum. Tor parnmdan, see
circulars end nrelanneines azumnd such tattle.
Beware oilsrepostene. Tanabe nen bottle. lien
They present calandstioand Intermittent ihrers.
They pant, the brash and Acidity of the stainstb.
,They are Dyspeptia and Daunt aeon.
They ears Diarrhea. abater. and Cholera lice=
They care 'Liver Cioreplatin and Nervous Headache,
They auks the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
and an estimated eater's great ronorar. They in
composed of the celebrated Wheys barb. winter.
pion, sassafras, roots sad herbs, all preserved la
that tt has D. 8. Barnes' agnattre on our prints U.
U Stamp own the cork, with plantation Beene, and
oar limn signature on • Ana steel plate engraving an
' fide labeL Sr. that mu tattle I. not Willed with
Mains and deleterious du:. We defy any somata
to match the taste or character of one grads. day
term pretending to sell Pine:dation althea by the
gallon or In balk, I. en Impostor. We sell only to
= kg cabin battle.: dey person hattatina this
bottle, or selling any other aartsriel thereto, whether
celled Plantation Blinn or not, Is a ottadnal under
the Ti. 8. Law, and will ben prosecuted by ea. We
randy hays our we on two saran re felling oar
nettler, he., who will amend In getting themselves
Into close einartere. The demand is, taks's The.
Won Bitters from ladles, clergymen, merchant;
SA., le perbotly Mandible. - Tbe things Mal of •
bottle Is the evidence we prentent of their.worth sad- .
ennericrity. They arstaid by all reerpectada drop
L t gnome, physician; hotels, stse=beed3 sad
D A ~71 / 1 1 1 DENIM BIT
ma, far ads, wbolacale and retail. by
Minerllbiteld sad lcmeth Create,
Er PURE WINE VINENLR,
I ”v/i 4., S. ,
E. a IL BOLL.NAH, GEBILIST.
(rorsicaly ?Lam it (b., Berdsucc.)
Tbs ad, iltegsr awarded with a Prfze New. M
dr4 •Zllbttere, et the Intuit&final Mxhlbillon.
For sate b 7
F. 111. noLLNAN,
Dr. - LUDLUM'S SPECIFIC
Is the oat/ reliant ruaods kr Ciskei of the aroma
of nenuailniThi. It Is the eimscry of an enfaent
Phyttelan whom 111 WU dactyl to the tratt.aextt a
th:s clura psalms, 6314 with mapreadattei ma.
ease, for more Cum twenty ma& It leper-halm
In Itself, mutat% no bjectlacte, 234 tf.Lning m.
Wally fecal tht mtstaken prig:kip Auld the numerou
viceless compounds ctr.nod to the rains. It Is
aittesly tegstatee and perAml,y ea.% It sots Lb •
thins, and imrarti Erendth sad tiger to the did
eartoz.—The g - eat tuccou of Mb; romody to of.
fscUng yattamwt cans has Ili to Ib bang Imitated
b 7 mmrthdyled rum. °bane. the Mom. that the
Ambito of sh. Atop tutor h swami each box. raw
other to gm:dm rxrpared aziy by
MIL P. DAVIDSON.
Proptazr, cthigmuth, 0
mar eald by ill Dm/Lb. Flic.), $1 Far tax.
saSst wheLeses ty B. A. TA.IIIII3TOCIC
Miklmonary Consumption a Ma
TO COMIDNETI TEL
andeidgeed barbs been Intend to heat*
to • tow wake, bye wiry ample rovuoly, dist Itot•
fas enfored moral seats trfth a anon Ins saw
don. and that dread dhow Conntositlan—ta =-
loam to oaks toots to b talks settentes rams
To all who data tt, le will wad • ropy of the ;
prataltalon win% (Wee of chup,)eta ths dine
Note for pripsztog and atlas the ea% erldnh thetr,.}: ,
vat finds awe airs torSonatomare. Asnute,Bata.f.,..
aura, Gnaws, Cotes, do. The only 'Aim: onto
Mutates? th andlon the preecdPika Is to beta= 1: 4
the. llbotad, end spread Infennotten latch he awe
Mettle be Inealneblej and he bop= watiesitkni
telll try tit remedy, as It will oat than nothteg.tund
stay pore • Warta&
Portia lathing the prewalndlow will please addrrin
nri.a:DWABD A. W/2410154
Kinig emmlyarr 4
Mao Sapenor Coer Mill sad
ORKSarntoom pp att.
Eta ISTURDI & CO,,
ifoodice u m of emeamirso,ssezager GIN
BOLT coma, MGM .COPPNit BMWS.
BAWD eraz BOTTOM, SPLLYNA GOLDINI,
Wm Immortal, old &don to MMUS. TIN PLATA
IGMET 120 N, wnia, Go. Goottoatly tot '344
reernrar Limns ere room
wmoreom, No. I 4 rim a iso koala en"
tereptdol *edam cer o:gpor ast to any daft! pet.
garb Bervon Boren= of Both
azaza-A mninnul genansin tartar Oen am
and to bank In • by dal. daz alanaant an
as and raga and amnia expaaa nabs of
Maack Vaal maw. Dada, it Ita alma
dna to conuanka• to la stand tallar crafting
asiasis op anl. Eau% on the ricsat of an
&mod aa•alops,ke vID P 3 14 (Cm) • eV/at ts.
gnoorlptloo o.d. Mod to IX JOI D4Go
1114,14 Le Talks staid. Eroollynoy T.
o.soslasso. r. sonow.
t arBABINBO 4 , Riad eo...(sur,
offanit(s p;#l!inaolhars linasujlligamircu
Wow, nom= amp Illocconm littaborsb,
lionabetorors 'et Son BLITNECIII
WitattrillT." BIIATLISO. QUM
of#l aea , puoo,;OThTOMOISUZZA,
BOUM 4111101511301 T IRON WORE.
hgeits pre GUMMI PATH?
farriTOEN COMMAS it
nUiceras of IRAN lIAILINO, MON YAMS
AND; mate .DOWIS, WINDOW NOTNINIIO4,
WINDOW,OULUDOoIi". Nati 111 6handstreatsio
SO Third strut. lams Wood alidWadurt.
asn Wed 114Idg at mit Palling, hags
pklnmattabbilhg gllpargam` ' ' -
Tax*disr dtratiat pals tO 2440dnirasug Dd.
Jobbatg dam globoid - dig
ta imam, ON &DI DOICILISTIO BILLB mr.
=Nag, mumnatazicur DLPOICITaIaii
Ram ADD imam Ai.67 aututionwiletir f s
vatoc a ,
=isski pAtedlikts• .1k
nivapant Us Mated Maas.
P. E. DB6E3 a co..
IMS iliesdesT W. Ir
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