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fifth district, doubtful. Other returns
frorn Philadelphia City show gains by
both parties, the balance favoring Repub
licans. From Berks county, rcattering
returns show large Democratic gains in the
22d district; Negly elected in the 12th
It is thought Shoemaker is elected. The
Democrats carry Harrisburg by two hun
dred and fifty majority. The Republicans
earry AHeerhcney county five thousand
majority. The Reform ticket polled one
thousand votes. Luzerne county gives
Republican gains of one thousand and
twenty-three. Shoemaker is without
PRO>I NEW YORK.
Office New York Associated Press, )
Neio York, October 11, IS7O. \
At a special meeting of the New York
Associated Press, held this day, all the
members leing present, the following
preamble and resolution was adopted :
Whereas, false reports have been pub
lished by the Tribune, charging upon sev
eral members of this Association the theft
or improper use, in a mutilated form, of
special dispatches to that paper, it is here
by resolved that this Association autho
r z'S the contradiction of this report in the
pipers of the Association. No member of
•be Association can have an exclusive
right to a dispatch of this character, and
ad who print the whole or any part as
trey choose, have an equal right to con
sider it as their own.
If was ordered by the Association that
the foregoing be signed bv the President
and Secretary of the New York Associated
Press, and transmitted for publication to
the members of said Association, and to
all newspapers receiving dispatches from
(Signed) David M. Stone,
Isaac W. England, Secretary,
New York, October 11.—Judge Bond
decides that mortgages made in 1858, but
renewed in 1866, must be paid in gold, the
renewal not being equivalent to a new con
New York, October 11.—The Erie
Stockholders elected Homer Ramsdell
Justice, D. White and Charlss G. Sisson
Directors for the next five years. Reso
lutions were adopted approviug the pres
ent management, and all of its official acts
for the past two years.
New York, October 11. — Not a wrnrd
from the Western elections.
Tallahassee Florida, Aug. 25 1868.
Messrs. Zeilin & Cos.: Our junior
editor has tried your Liver Regulator,
and is taking it now’, and finds it in
valuable to him as a corrector of the
stomach and regulator of the bowels.
Articles of diet that bo dared not indulge
in before taking your Liver Medicine, he
cun now take with impunity.
DYKES & SPARHAWK.
SSOO Reward offered by the proprie
tor ofl)r. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, for a
ease of Catarrh which he cannot cure.
Sold by druggists or by mail Sixty
Cents. Pamphlet giving symptoms and
mode of treatment, sent free. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
FACTS FOR THE LADIES.
Geo. 11. Collins deposed: I have long re
garded the Wheeler & Wilson Machine
as the most ingenious in plan and the
most remarkable in its performance*
The wide range of work to which it is
adapted, the great rapidity of its move
ment, and its almost noiseless execution,
are due to its peculiar construction. I
satisfied that one of these machines
will do eight or ten times as much as
can be done by hand, and quite one fifth
more than any other two-thread machine
will do. With very trilling repairs, it
will run ten years. No machine of
equal merit has ever been under my ob
A torpiiT system.
Sometimes, without any assignable
cause, the physical strength and animal
spirits give away, arid a strange torpor
falls alike on the body and intellect.
There is little or no pain perhaps, but
the natural vigor and elasticity of the
nervous and muscular system seems to
have departed, and an indifference to
the pleasures of life, and even of its grave
responsibilities, takes the place of that
earnest interest in both which charac
terizes every well balanced mind when in
a healthy condition.
This state of partial collapse is often
the premonitory symptoms of some
serious malady. It indicates unmis
takably that the vital powers are lan
guishing and need a stimulant. In such
eases the effect of a fnw doses of Hostot
tor’s Stomach Bitters is wonderfully
beneficial. The great tonic wakes up the
c v‘ tern from its drowse. The secretions and
and the circulation receive anew impetus.
The relaxed* nerves recover t heir
elasticity under the operations of the
specific, like the slackened strength of a
musical instrument in the process o
tuning. Lethargy and debility are re
placed by energy and vigor, the spirits
rise, and life that almost seemed a bur
den with the season of depression lasted,
becomes once more enjoyable. That
such a radical change should be prod ne
ed by a remedy entirely devoid of the
powerful alkaloids and minerals so ex
tensively used in modern practice, may
seem incredible to those who pin their
faith on the medicinal efficacy of active
poisons, but if these skeptics will take
the trouble to enquire of those who have
tested the corrective and alterative vir
tues of the Bitters under the circum
stances described, they will find the
statement to he true.
Oct. I—ts, _____
The most lasting, agree
able, and refreshing of all
perfumes, for use on the
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in the Bath. For sale
by all Druggists and Per
FIVE CEZffTS ADDITIONAL
will buy shoes with silver or copper tips,
which will save the buyer the price of a
new pair of Shoes. Compared with
ragged toes and dirty stockings, they are
beautiful, to say the least. Parents try it.
Cheapest and shortest course of study
for Boys, Young and Middle-aged Men
starting in life, or wanting situations, is
at Eastman College, Poughkeepsie, N.
Y., the oldest and only Practical Busi
ness Institution. The only one providing
situations for graduates. Address for
catalogue of 8000 in Business. Board
and Tuition sllO. 11. G. EASTMAN*
LL. D., Pres., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Sixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded
WM KNABE & CO
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the Public for
nearly Thirty Years, and upon their excellence alone
attained an unpurckasnl pre-eminence, which pro
nounces th«m unequalled. Their
combines great power, Sweetness, and fine singing
quality, as well as great purity of Intonation and
Sweetness throughout the entire scale, Their
is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the stiff
ness found in so many Pianos.
they are unequalled using cone but the very best
seasoned Material, the large capital employed in.hur
business enabling us to keep continually an immense
stock of lumber, Ac., cn hand.
i All our Squash Plasios have our New Im
proved Overstrung Scale and the Agraffe Treble.
j gtgr- We wonld call special attention to our im
provements inGRANDPIANOS and SQUARE
GRANDS, Patented August 14, 1866, which bring the
Piano nearer perfection than has yet been attained.
Every Piano fullyJWarranted for 5 Years.
We have made arrangements for the Sole Wholesale
Agency for the most celebrated PARLOR ORGANS
and 3VIELODEONS, which we oiler, Wholesale and
Retail, at Lowest Factory Prices.
WAS. KEJAEB <SL CO.,
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
LIGHT OF THE WORLD.
Containing Fleetwood’s “Life of Christ,” and “Lives
of the Apostles, Evangelists, md Martyrs;'' Dodd
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nominations,” with treatises and tobies relating to
events connected with Bib.e History, containing
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-ae- BUCKEYE BELL FOUND
z* £ J *££ KY. Established in 18=37.
ts M- -i PLSuperior Hells for Churches,
Schools, etc., made of Pukk
’ Belt. Metal, copper and tin—fully Warranted, and
mounted w ith our Patent Improved Rotary Hangings.
Illustrated Catalogue sent free. Address
YANDUZEN & TIFT,
102 aril 101 East Second Street, Cincinnati, 0.
(fMMBII ©f ESU©M7
Letters on AFnsic.
Translated by Fanny Raymond Rittir.
These entertaining letters are not filled with tech
nicalities. but are calculated to interest as well as in
struct They have met with a large circulation and
extended success in Germany.
Price in Cloth, sl.7*. Sent Post-paid, on receipt of
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.
CHAS. H DITSON & Cos., New York.
TEN WORD MARCH.
Shows us untold riches and beauties in the Great
House, with its blooming flowers, Singing birds.
Waving palms, Rolling clouds, Beautiful bow, Sacred
mountains, Delightful rivers. Mighty oceans, Thun
dering voices, Blazing heavens and vast universe
with countless beings in millions of worlds, aiul
reads to us in each the Unwritten Word. Rose-tinted
paper, ornate engravings and superb binding. Intel
ligent men and women wanted to introduce the work
in every township and village. Light business. Good
nay. Send for Circular, description and endow
ments to agents. ZEIGLER, McCURDY &CO
16 S. .Sixth Street, Philadelphia, xa.
A. L,. MLLER,
Board $2.00 Per Day.
Fall and Winter Importation.
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO..
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Bonnet, Trimming and Velvet Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks, Satins, and Velvets,
Blonds, Netts, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers,
Straw Bonnets and Ladies’ Hats,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
Shaker Hoods, Ac ,
(237 & 239 Baltimore street,/
Cffer the largest Stock to be found in thi3 Country,
-nd unequalled in Choice Variety and Cheapness
comprising the latest Parisian novelties.
And prompt attention given.
FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES
srOR AUTUMN OF 1370.
We invite the attention of Planters and Dealers to
our large and complete stock of
Standard and Dwarf bruit Trees.
Grape A ines aud small bruit.
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs auci i lants.
New & Rare Fruit & Ornamental Trees.
Descriptive and Illustrated priced Catalogues, sent
prepaid oil receipt of stamps, as follows:
i.—Fruits, loc. No. 2.—Ornamental Trees
10c. No. 3.—Green-house, sc. No. 4.—Wholesale
ELLWANGER & BARRY,
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
August 27—i>t. eow.
THE "PAIN KILLER.”
This celebrated medicine has won a deservedly
high reputation as m alieviator of pain and a preser
ver of health. It has become a household remedy,
from the fact that it gives immediate and permanent
relief, It is a purely vegetable preparation, made
from the best and purest materials, safe to keep and
to use in every family. It is recommended by physi
cians and persons of all classes, and to-day, after a
public trial of thirty yearss—the average life of man
—it stands unrivalled and unexcelled, spreading its
usefulness over the wide world. Its large aud in
creasing sale affords positive evidence of its endur
ing fame. We do not deem it necessary to say much
in its favor as one small bottle will do more to con
vince you of its effio<icy than all the advertisements
in the world. Give it one favor triul and you would
uot be without it for ten times its cost.
4Sf* Directions accompany each bottle.
PrPe 25cts, 50cts, and SI.OO per Bottle.
Sold by all Druggist.
Xj.& A..H. JVIcL A.YV S
For the State of Georgia, will Buy. Sell, and Rent
Lands on Commission.
No. 3 old Post Office Block.
Augusta, Ga ~ Jan. bth 1309. jan9-tf
E 5 JAN TED—AGENTS (S2O Per Bay) to sell
It M 1 *he celebrated HOME SHUTTLE SEWING
M &g I MACHINE. Has the under-feed. makes the
B H j “ lock-stitch ” (alike on both sides,) md is fully
11 9 licensed, The Best and cheapest Sewing Ma
ll g| chine ia the market. Address JOHNSON,
fl ■ CLARK & CO., Boston, Mass , Pittsburg, l‘a.,
f| B Chicago, Ilk, or St. LouisyMo.
U‘Valle Crucis,” Near Columbia, S. C.)
For the Education of Young Ladies ,
Under 'he Immediate Supervision
of the lieligicouses of the
Tills Institution, so well known hroughout the
South, offers every facility for the acquisition of a
refined and solid education. Nothing will be left un
done in imparting to the pupils confided to the care
of the Ladies, a thorough education in the highest
sense of the word; not alone instructing the intellect,
but with maternal care guiding and training, the
The scholastic year consists of two sessions, or four
quarters. At the close of each quarterly examinaton,
“Bulletins” of Studies and Health are sent to Parents
For further information, application may be made
to the Mother Superior, to Rt. Bishop Lynch, or to
the Rev. Clergy.
Academy oi’ the Visitation.
Moute Maria, Richmond, Va.
The Patrons of this Institution are respectfully re
minded that the new scholastic year begins on the
First Monday in September,
Parents and Guardians who wßh to secure for
young ladies, in a first class Boarding School, the
benefits of a solid and refined education, with mater
nal supervision over their health, morals and man
ners, will have no reason to regret their choice of the
Moute Maria Academy.
on the retired and healthy heights of Richmond, in
buildings enlarged to admit additional applicants, the
pupils enjoy ample grounds, picturesque views, and
every facility under an approved system and an effi
cient corps of teachers for their contentment and pro
References may bo made to the
Rt. Rev. Dr. McGill, Richmond, Va.
Very llev. T. Malvey, V. CL. Richmond, Va.
Rev. A. J. Weed, Staunton, Va.
Rev. A. J. Ryan, Augusta. Ga.
To the Superioress of Monte Maria.
To the Office of “The Banneh ok tiie South.’*
Mount De Sales Academy,
FOK YOUNG LADIES,
(Conducted by the Sisters of the Visitation,)
NEAR CATONSVILLE, FIVE MILES WEST O
This Academy is situated in Baltimore county,
commanding an extensive view of the surrounding
country, the city of Baltimore, the Patapsco River
and the Chesapeake Bay. The grounds attached to
the Academy are extensive, and afford tue pupils am
ple space for exercises. Ihe halls for study and re
creation, the dormitories, &c., have been constructed
with a view to promote the esmfort ol the young
Terms moderate. Address, for particulars,
MOUNT DE SALES,
C'atonsviile, P. 0., Baltimore Cos., Md.
Kentucky Military Institute,
SIX WILES FROM
The 25th Academic Year will begin on
Monday, Sent. stli 1870.
Send for Catalogue to
Col. R, T. P. ALLEN, Sup’t.,
Fanmlale P. 0., Franklin county, Kv.
NEAR MOBILE, ALA.
THIS INSTIUTION, which ivas destroyed by fire
last February, being now rebuilt, will open its session
on the 7th December next. The terms for the pres
ent session, payable half yearly in advance m osir
rency, areas follows :
Board, Tuition, Washing and Stationery 5270
Entrance i ee, first year only 15
Medical Fees 14
Bed and Bedding, if furnished by College 14
For references and circulars address the President
of the College, at Spring Hill, Ala., the Rev. Clergy
at Mobile, the College of the Immaculate Conception,
comer Common and Baronne street, or P. POURSINE,
Agent, 36 Natchez street, New Orleans.
(Ou tuft E. &. I‘. K. E.)
Will enter upon its Eleventh Term of instruc
tion the Erst Monday of September, 1870,
Per Twenty Weeks SIOO 00
For particulars address
H. A. CECIL & BROS,
Cecilian F. O. Ilardiu County, Ky.
Georgetown College, 1).
The Academic year of Georgetown College com
mences on the first Monday in September, and ends
in the first week of July.
The Lectures in the Medical and Law Departments
will commence In October.
JOHN EARLY, S. J., President.
Circulars containing particulars can bo obtained bv
applying to the President.
ST. JOSEPH’S ACADEMY.
Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy , Co
The Exercises of this Institution will be resumed
on the First Monday in Septembar.
For further particulars apply for Prospectus. Ad
dress MOTHER SUPERIOR,
The St. Cecilia’s Academy
resume the academic exercieson the first Yon-
VV day in September. This Institute is situated
about a mile from Nashville, on an elevation over
looking the City, and commanding a view of a beau
tiful landscape lor many miles around. The l iterary
course is thorough, and the Terms are as moderate as
those of any first class Academy in the South.
The heaithfnlness of the place is not surpassed in ■
any locality, either North or Souta; not a case of sick
ness, such as fever, having ever occured in the
School. Besides a Chalybeate Spring on the Acade
my grounds, there are Sulphur Springs in the imme
diate vicinity whose medicinal properties are highly
extoled. Address Superioress of St. Cecelia’s Acade
my, Nashville, Term. Aug 20—3 m
Mechanics' and Agricultural
-A-TJ GU A.
Wm. 11. Tutt, President!
J. J. Cohen & Sons, Treasurer.
Will hold their First Grand
Animal Fair, r Commencing
CTOBER 25, 1370,
And continuing FIVE DAVS.
PREMIUMS over $13,000
Embracing ev cry department
of Mechanical and Agricultural
Subscribed by tlie Merchants
of Augusta, to be offered as
Under the auspices of the
A GRAND TOURNAMENT
will be held,
A Five Hundred Dollar
Horse to the most successful
A SPECIAL PREMIUM of
is subscribed by Ahe Cotton
Factors of Augusta for the
best Five Bales Upland Cotton.
ForgPremium r List or Infor
mation, address the Secretary,
E. 11. GRAY,