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Democratic Union nominations. UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
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GEORGE L. CONVERSE,
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'EORGEW.' HUFFMAN.
ADDITOS,
( . MATTHIAS MARTIN.
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JOHN 6.' THOMPSON
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PHILEMON HESS'J
THE OHIO STATESMAN
For the Campaign.
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We will foreUta the diffeftnt Unei of the Ohio Btitei-
mn, aaringthe Cmplgni''"o':
The trfrWtekljf BtteunD, per monlb, .... - ,
Kltberer theebore toMrt wfllbefnraiahe foroneer
- ...k. i inka or inile ceDiei. tb itiert
U If I IIIUtllDfl I U Vlu D
Ih Weekly Ohio gUttannB will bt fomlilie tt
lows:
lnlntnf 5coni.fiiriiDU.'; 11.00
IdcIuU of 11 colei, for twd monfhi.....-r..;
t. ii- -( cm fofWneiofitoJ.i.
In clubio 40eops;ottw,o bodUii.. .. ?
The two nionlW'Club! wlir eorer Ihe period of the
Cmplgn, kn'ol ra plfce oat 'MAMMOIH WKKKLT
In the haodi of 11 who wBt it, i m vMnreign
..l.i.' ' I' 1 A ' ' 1 - ' "
; t. ,. M.nAi nf the kood ciiiee the tree Union
men of Ohio - go to' wort, ludiprend the' (
riMPAlfili ft T
A T. a Jil
all oret the SUtti , We expect to ak it . (id
, the rood work of the redemption of the (! oi unto,
Lei it be well circulated.
Business Notice.
The' wcent ordet from the Poetofficw Dprt
nent'caDceling L poiUg aUmpi of A' old
luae will render tt Impossible tor uch 8 Urn p.
to be hereafter receired t tbii oflioe, la py
meut of dues, ...
August 24, 1861.
inr We return ttanke to nr frietKl Tor the
f.n.ll.t nf aubBoriberi from XOUDCMOWD, Mia
boning county. We shall rJnt'1
nd tnerll Ihelr
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August 24, 1861. Alleghany County, Pennsylvania.
The Republicanl of Plttaborgh, Pt., bar re
fuaed to unite 6o "tJoIoi." ticket with the
Democrats, aiitl bare oomlaated fall Republi
can ticket.-. The JUpublicau hare about
tloufnd meioritr In that jcontity!. They don't
need Democrats on ) ficief, or Democrat td
elect U.;V7rank)in 'county. PhfoV their na
jotity ie net Urgt. Here- they need,"' Demo
rraU to elect tt. . CinumMtHoMUir . .
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The Fusion Ticket.
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It is well known that on the day previous to
the meeting of the Fusion Stat Convention,
the clique -efwlreCpulIers, wh wfre'fi be the
drum-msjors of tbe concert, met land "fixed np
the ticket" which was to N put fbrougb under
tbe forms of a nomination.' Some of the IrienAs
of tbe present State officers begged hard lor
them to be eared, on the grounde that they did
not sustain .GoVemor DrnnneN. It was assent
cd that Mr. Stonb had made an excellent trea
surer,, and tebatj Judge TnatL wuli good
compUoller, which wo do not galnsayj but thfy
were to be slaughtered, they were koownas
Rtpblkf 'f (lw titiet" fcurl e rid bt lim
. or it would hare the effect Pi preTeouog some
; of those who bad been Democrats from Joining
tbe concern. After this was accomplished, they
begged to bHewed to bare one on the Cen
tral Committee, tmt this was denied; they then
plead 'to let 'Jbenf have the Btcrettrj of the
committee; but bo',' not fcne" The matter had
been fixed np by tbe clique of the concern and
it must N curried out, H A ) i 'A M) t
The Fusion Ticket. The Cincinnati Press on the Disbandment
of the Republican Party.
On ow first page we puttier for able Irtlele
from the Cincinnati frtih, which w think wlU
compensate the reader for the time Cfccupled" In
its reading.',;'"'
The narenUee,
as described by tbe tmt,
will bi oifj,eoogalsed,ein4 psrery one) will
wonder bow the progenr j'fed, "Dg as they
did. Just for 000 nibmeVt look at Ihebroea:
Owan LortJot aud THAOSmvaiis, Gim.uel
BaiLiT'andF. f-Bwiaf it,tH
That tbs Conreutlon wss composed generally
of "roeri ;who haJ btvn dropped ont," is cer
tainly tree We sJrnll take occasion 6 refer Jo j
this matter leieafar.
oiivi' t J
-
The Necessity and Use of Parties.
t ioteeentri,fp'.tMt.i poUHce 'are e
ifc iritat' an!l ii W: etal -y a iecte or dsnomla'
arelionOnd dvjpotlouU. thaje
W the one soverumeut party aod.the one
leeMiHbtre(. la KeToetroa am'-pwoT1
become free and lutelligent, they differ in opin
ion on political and theolog! j ooeeuoM,
andbenoe ariie political partlee 'and rellgloiii
I Men naj 4eoUre that they repudiate au eeo
iailaaUm U religion, and eel about eetablleb
Ing pure Cbrietlanlty. Bat this ' oapnpt be
done 'without lijlnfc' -owl ,om, P'IoIpe ot
ralthaadpracUc. and this lays the foundation
for a new seo or retl-eB an, old one: . ' . !
"66 la politic.' MridualeVe . found, from
time lo.' time, proclaiming that they barere
oounoed all party allegiance, party platforms and
nwtt oreaniiatlons." Tet these same IndUIdu-
als are seen forth I In balding convention,
adopting resolutions and nominating tickets, and
going regularly and systematically through all
the forms of party drill and party organiia-
tioo.,, ,(., .i.i,, :i.i .i " '
, The mistake of many a sincere Christian and
of many an honest citizen, In being seduced in
to non-sectarian, 'or. K oo-IrtJ JtwYement,
coneiets in supposing that real Christianity can
not be dereloped in sectarian or denominational
churches, and that true patriotism cannot hare
free play in party organizations. Such a suppo
sition etrikee superficial minds' ae somethlog
ntj beantlfdl In theoty- yet tt is of little preo
tlclalae, and ioften works mischief in the
hands of those who imagine they ere doing
their God and thelr'country great eerTlc.' ' f(
j So far is It from being true In real life that
tnan's refusing to attach himself to any relig
ions sect or denomination Is a proof of bis
Christianity that It is by practical men gene
relly, considered', si frim faeU evidence,, at
lut. of the reverse. Taklnc Ihe world as it
(s, lad not as we would desire to hare it, prac
tical good sense , requires, ae' a. general rule-
that a man wbo would lead a religious we ana
be useful see tree bollerer, should belong to
some church or congregation of Christian men
and women..; mvs..?:
Men may ignore and denounce political par
lee, and 11 'may strike the unreflecting at a
err oufj (mug., am iei iucui iu.hv. ---,
nd. they will dearly sec that it ie absurd in
this free coon try to talk of Ignoring and oblit
erating parties eren for a day or a week. It
Can only be done, by destroying ireeuom w
thought, and compelling all men, apparently at
least, to think the same things and be of one
cInlon.;:.,-v;,;; r.
It Is a delusion to assume that there is nec
essarily any consistency between true patriot
ism and attachment to a political party. A'
man may belong' to party without being a
mere partiean, ae 'e may belong to a rsUgiout
denomination without being a bigot. In a free
gorernmenV like ours, where the citizens must
necessarily' combine in order .to adrancs.such
meaiuree .oi governmental policy and reform as
they deem accessary, patriotism and devotion
to "the country's best Interests can in general
only be manifested through the medium of par
tJv'oriVlstious.) . - 3 l.-f-cv -i'-J
I Do
llyre
Uo Wound pastors or churches, wnen innaei
Mrs its bold front and immorality anil irrc
Dgioa arc stalking band in band through tbe
land, knorins; thsir denominational ties and
denouncing all separate religions organizations,
and advising their flocks to do the samel ,0n
the contrary, the exhortation is to contend
mora Jraliantly for the truth ae Ihej bare re
ceired it. -'Different seels may labor for
common object, and all the more effectively,
without abandoning their separate organizations
or renouncing their peculiar creeds.
I When 'a man ts convinced that the principles
of a political party, to which he has attached
himself, arc wrong and will work mischief to
the eountry, patriotism req aires blm to abandon
the party at once. , His doing so is a proclama
tion, to the world that suoh is his convloticn.
Ii this eountry, at the moment of peril, to aban
don a party, whose principles we are s&tiified
are right and oonserratire of the Union, for the
Utopian scheme of . no-party organization
betrays cither great cowardice or a lack of
common sense.' Patrlotio men may, as they
hare heretofore in our country, labor or
common object tbe defense of the Union and
the Government against foreign or domestic
foes, without detaching themselves from their
party organizations. They need not sink tbe
partisan In the patriot; for such men are aerer
mer partisans. Their attachment to party sel
dom conflicts with their allegiance to their
country; for they attach theenselres to a party,
aot for the take of office or personal aggran-
dizement, but for the purpose of being better
able to serve the country, by association with
those whoso idea of Ah true priaoiplea and
policy of tbe Government correspond the most
nearly tolhelrown. ... . ,.,
of Parties.
General Wn. A.. Richudson, a prominent
member oi iongresa irom Illinois tne m hs-
band man ot Senator Douglas in- that Suite
while be lived, la a late letter dehnine his do-
lltlcal position. Bars: .
. f'To maintain the Constitution and the Union,
and for nothing else, I am for a vigorous Droaa-
eution of the war until all the people in ail tbe
States shall submit to them. For this purpose,
and no other, I am ready and willing to give the
rreeident an tne men ana money no may re
quire, '.uivmzeuon ana iorisuenity demand
that we should accompany the sword with proo-
ositions of peace. ; Lei the proposition be, sub-
mil to tne 'union, toe vonsutnuon ana the
Laws.' Tbe 'freedom of speech' and tbe 'free
dom of the proas' are guaranteed by tbe Consti
tution to every American freeman, and when I
declare myself lor tbe Canstitutlon, I bare de
clared for each and all of the provisions in favor
ol the tun.-??"'! ' '-'-"-
'Planting ourselves firmly upon tbe Constitu
tion, the Union and the Law, we Invite tbe co
operation of all who are for them; and tt Is onr
duty to resist an wbo oppose them.. . We know
tbe. I act to be, that there are those wb are for
the) prosecution ef tbe war for other purposes
than tbe maintenance of the Constitution. Let
them take tbe rwnonalbUlty of dividing tbe sen
timent and action of our people, if it ebould be
divided. Iam oppeeed to all talons of parties
where the baais of that Union Is spoils. I am
In favor of a union upon tbe Constitution, the
Union and tbe Law.' A onion upon tble basle
will save tbe Government. A union (or epoilt
would aid ia ito djsatr notion' r , i , r f ,
Them out sebtfmente.,thepollticl union
attempted io be formed la Ohio Wemphetleafly
tnr .rwilL KftA nothin alse.t tl A i'.l '
Republican No-Partyism.
We learn Iron the Hillsborodgb OtutU that
Mr. Lioooln has removed the Democratic Poet
masters In the little town of Ltnchborg and
jjceeuirg, id KUBQiauu cuuui.- tiimihwi
all acaualntee with tbe Posuauter at Lyneb
burg, and a more capable, honest, upright man
we do not keowof- The pecuniary advantages
of either office are' worth but little, yet Mr.
Lincoln, actuated by a meoiumMeiie ae-earff
ipnt, rouad time, amie the prase or busloees
which mutt sow Bcieeaarny occupy nls atten
tion, to look after these little one-horse Det
offices and have tbe escape ta removed for so
other veaeoa tbao that they are Democrat.-
TheOwf'eeayit .
, "On ol the beheaded has a ton in the army,
who, after fighting the battles of bis country,
will come home and find (Ae hretd taim ram
Aii brothr? and $iiter$' moutht by an nnratetul
Eewkllo'
Wdaot abject to Mfl Lincoln removing
all Democrats from tlUoe. ITe tas a perfect
right to da eo, for to the ,v! re belong the
speilii" but We do o'eot ta a-4 protest against
Republicans raialnp be Vno-partj" cry while at
the same time, the 1 resident u engaged in the
most bitter and unrelenting prosoriptlve partisan
policy that ever characterized ao administration.
Let us have no more "no-party" talk from Re
publicans. ( Democrat, be not deceived bf-r-tJAWIieWf-rr.
J ' ' )U
I Whai a'eyeUm of hypooricy I now being
OArrIed.,on..bt.thes. znsu-r.Jivery part ef Abe
country is being sooured.to find Democrat in
office, no matter how small, and wherever he
oan be reached by the NaUonal Administration,
his head la brought to the political guillotine,
and Democrats are mvhed (o join with them lu
this proscription of their own friends. . v(
Benjamin Stanton.
Thl ffanlLenen ia Abe noeuinee of tbe new
Fusion, and iMtnmlf Union party, for Lieuten
ant Governor. The truth Is, (he Convention
did dot know the, sentiments ef the man tbey
nominated, end. many of them did aot care, ae
that the could get r a humbug concern by
which they thought they could fiddle a lot of
politicians who were apxloua to, ride on s popu
lar tide Into effiee. . Reed Mr. STAavoN'aspeeob,
and espeoially the eloelng lines ' If nothing
short of "war or subjugation and conquest can
bring them back, 7,er ew, emtiew re
eraijM 'e initjutulnet." ; . '-
That will do for a candidate on the,'' '
erlfeac. Vniin ticket.", .,. ,-(-,..
' Read thespeeehi, ,.., i '.
Benjamin Stanton. [From the Congressional Globe. February 23, 1861.
Benjamin Stanton. [From the Congressional Globe. February 23, 1861. page 1,283.]
Mr. fiuLunie STiHTo Mr- Speaker i When
there were fifteen elavehelding Statee acknowl
edging ailegianoe to the federal uoverament,
nd. thwiioM. Win in their annde the pewe
to protect themeeJvee against ay Inva loa af
their right W pen OI an t-eaenu imwe
rnent, it wae a matter of very Uule consequence
whether inch an amendment ae that waa incor
porated ia lbe Aonetivutioa or noM But tbe
euteef tbe eoustrj Is now radically and eesen
tially changed i Seveo-orelcbtStateenowd.
nv thele allefianca to hi Government pave
organised a separate JUwfMaracy, aaa nave ae-
clered their lndepenaeaoe oi toi uovernmeoe.
Whether that iodependeoce ie to be maintained
or not la with the Juture. . If they shall main
tain their poeition, and if public opinion in tbe
seceding i totea enaii. sustain in aainonuee
there for a vea or two to can,eo a Usbow
that nothing but a war of aubjogetlon and eon-
quest csn bring uera bacK, t, lor one, am
posed to recognize that independence. .'
They are a eplendld set af htrmboggert!
No such talk as that from the gallant stand
ard bearers of the old National Union Democ
racy, JtwtTT and Ma uuu.
Benjamin Stanton. [From the Congressional Globe. February 23, 1861. page 1,283.] The "Late Quartermaster-General
Benjamin Stanton. [From the Congressional Globe. February 23, 1861. page 1,283.] The "Late Quartermaster-General Wood."
The Sandusky Rejiittr, one of the organs of
the new Republican party, cays of Gen; Wood's
Utter ,' .",
Wood m' a Ban Box. The Mew York a-
xng Port recently gave to tbe public eome in
teresting Bootbern correepondenee, aidreosee
to A.Hitcbcock, o( new Xorx, au or it relat
ing to arms and warlike matters. Mr. Hitch
cock seems to have dene a big stroke of baai-
ases in the way of helping the Southern trait
ors into a state or preparation (or overt acts,
and scarcely stopped tben, as some ot tne let
ters bear date as late as April last. But among
tbe reet . of the . letters was the following
Wood's letter published heretofore), which
possesses moet interest In this State, end cer
tainly leavee our late Quartermaster General
Wood In a very bad box. , ( , . tl ,i .
- General Wood Is la ao "very bad box;'! he
is still at large In this city. There Is no 1 dan
gerof his getting In s "bad box," or Fort La
fayette either. He I a Raublictn, and on of
Gov. DxmtsoK's tt staff, j
Exchange of Prisoners.
. j ,,
We cannot uuderetaod why It Is that tbe Ad
ministration' hesitates to adopt the policy of ex
changing prisoners of war, , The rebel must
have near two thousand ef our gallant men as
primers, and ere have a large number" of
theirs. II there Is any thing on which the peo
ple are unanimous, it is to see tbe doctrine of
exchange adopted. We take tbe following on
that subject from the New York World: ,
The Government baa don nothing a yet
loosing towaru a recognition ox oemgereai
right of the rebels in the exchange of prisoners
with them. Vattel, la his "Law of, Nations,"
(Bk. 3, chap. 18,) says: . , ,
"A civil war produce in the nation two inde
pendent parties considering each other a en
mies and acknowledging no common fudge
therefore or necessity tbeee two partlee must,
at least for a Urn, b considered as forming
two separate bodies, two distinct . people.
Though on ol them may be in th wrong, who
snau luogsiaem; wnosnaiipronounoe on which
aids the right or th wrong lie: on earth thev
have no common superior. Things being thus
situated, u is very evident that tbe common
laws or war, those maxima or humanity, mod
s rati on and probity bsfore enumerated, are, In
oivil wars, to be observed on both sides. Should
on party assume th right to hang uo hi arl
oner as rebels, th other will mak rep-ieeJe,
ana toe war win necom cruel and norrlMo.
iroop nave oiien reissea so serve la a- war
wherein they were exposed to cruel reprUale.
Officers who have the highest serve of hooor.
though ready to shed their blood in the field ef
nettle, nave not ihongnt it, any part of Jhelr
duty to run tbe hazard of an fgnoaiinlou death.
i pereior war is to pe carrieu on between them
in the earn manner as between two different
nations, ana tney are to leave open the earn
metne for preventing enormous violence and re
storing peace."
, A speedy and puhllo recognition of the above
wis ana weu-setuea doctrtn as to all th nri-
Ocert bow or hereafter to com into onr posits
ton, by capture upon the land or water, U ia
dlspensabU for obulniag adequate snlistraeat
for both services, for, a th matter now atands.
our Government avow Its Intention to iue the
officers and orew of th Savannah, and of ether
privateers, and official notification has been giv
en to President Lincoln and General Scott that
retaliation will surely follow.' Thus, th "baa
ard of an .Ignominious death." to encounter
which forma no part of tbe duty of offioere.
sailors, or soldiers, most b assumed by tbera In
addition to the peril pf battle, , . , - .
Terrible Railroad Accident-Seven of
the Light Cavalry Killed.
BALTIMORE, September 9.
Yesterday afUraooa tw a three raw ear ef
a train cootaulng a dtachmal of the Harrio
Light Cavalry, ef Hew. xerk, aadee Celoaol
Kilpatrlok. was throw from th track of th
Northern Central Railroad, near Ceckevevlll.
tbrpugb tb criminal carelessness of th n.
glneer. .-, , rt ;,:,t tr ..i kJi k
Four soldiers wr Instantly killed, and ser
rat wounded three aaorUlly. .
The engineer, ea seeing tee rult of hi
reckleeeaee, detached hi leeosaotive and beet
ened to tbe city, where be wae arrested. He
was nred upon by soma of tbe Soldiers, bat tbey
iviea w ueiein ninu,.: L m -, i. - m!
j That tbe Republican ahould repodiaU their
owe parvy, creea end dogma, and eund apoa
tb Demooratle greuad, ebow the wiedoaa ef
the uemoorattc poUoy. . That tb Republic
did no aasume directly the platform f the tate
Democratta State Convention, and adopt lu
nominees, wae mere matter. of policy. . Tbe
people of tbe South oaa make all Waco for the
feellpg that kept the Republleaas frwa eeik)g
out directly and anequivoeally for the. Dezto
eratle platform nd eaadidate. m -i u
,.n ,
A elorryorun, while walking tie ' deck oV a
eleamer af St. Jdhos, N. B , where eeoeseioo
lam hat considerable' footing, noticing the
American flir Djlng from tbe masthead of a
sbi. tanatlncly said to Colonel Favor, MWhy
don't yon tak slice off that, flag, sine you
have iott a portion of ycur country V Yenkee-
like. the Colonel quickly rolled: 'Wliy don't
tea ler a leaf from your I:.tle becans a part
of your church have f. Ilea f.om grace?" Tb
elergymao bad ao wore to say on that subject
Wont Stand.
[From the True Telegraph, Hamilton. O.]
Coi,, A. f .MiiuuuTbH genUemausf .me
having been published amozi;? those wbo j j lio
IpatedT In Abe Republloaa meeting held her on
ua.fUtnnU. ut authorized by blm to ear,
tht ha mMaAlmiaa mak anlv tb tieket awasmaV
1. but tha whole eroceedlnge. Good for Col
Millar. , Aaia-cood. Democrat, b ha alway
lung la tUe'partypf principle In hundlilde.
and wltlnot abandon It when th ktorm oomee.
HAMILTON, O., Sept. 4, 1861.
RniTnaa n the Hamilton Taut TtLiara:
n..rn. aaa Informed thai my name was placed
upon the "Union Ticket," nominated In this
c ty on Saturday last, tor Aerator, a tan , wis
IalXllOd Of weiUOf tv "iUfJ pumiu una wwyvvm-
S. A. CAMPBELL.
I So speaks a trt and tried Democrat.- Thus
crumb! away tb Kepubiioan column, reared
fay 1U maater builders on Saturday last. Pern
oorau waat no better Union party than that of
Jefferson and Jackson,,, ,., :,; ,. , i , .
To tb DxnociAor. My name navmg ap
neared noon the published list favoring the
'n.i I" af thaaiMialled "Union" meeting held in
this plaoe on Saturday laat, and not having
elgned tbe came, or authorised any one to do so
tor me, I thus puouoiy uwavow uj vmpavuj
with tbe so-called "Wnlon" partji
I am now. ae I ever have been, a Democrat,
and aa!good a Vnien man a any of; thos who,
Xor tn parpo W Braaaiaa; uvwu u ummr
cratl party (wblob bat always been a staunch
supporter of tbe Union at it was), participated
C. STRUB.
HAMILTON, Sept. 6, 1861.
[From the Ashland (O.) Union, Sept. 4, 1861.]
A CARD.
Rowe, 2, 1861.
i Ma. Jacobs I have understood that my name
waa used In connection with tne Kepubiioan
meeting ander tbe name or "Union'' meeting,
held la Ashland on Saturday last. I would
hereby inform ihe honorable gentlemen who
lmpudeotlyused.it, a well, as the people of
Aehland oounty generally, that it was done
without my knowledge or consent, and that
utterly repudiate any connection with any suoh
abolition concern. .1 am a Democrat. I be
lieve that tbe Democratic party alone can save
the country. it aae always oeen a union party.
With tbeee faou before me, I ehall ever stand
by it, against all the faoiions that Abolitionism
JOHN VAN NEST.
ANOTHER CARD.
fcWToa or union I nave beard that mv
same was need at tbe Republican (which they
ow oall Union) meeting held at Ashland on
Saturday last. I wish th people of Ashland
county to know that the use of my name in
Such connection wae without my knowledge or
consent, and that I have no deelre of uniting
Witn any new party organization. I have al
ways been Identified with the Democratic party,
and believing mat it ana its doctrines are cel.
culated to preeerve the Union and enforce tbe
laws, 1 bsve no deelre or changing my politloal
steiui wuif tnanuui to itb vourentibn mr
the honor proposed, I do not intend and cannot
Indorse the political principles of th Republican
-'
H. ALLEMAN.
STILL ANOTHER CARD.
. .
1 Ma. EoiToa 4 aolioe that the Ashland 7Vmrs
publlahee my name to a call for a union with
tbe ADoiitiooieu or Republicans on a ticket.. I
never signtdjay name to any such ea'.l.J n
I ' . . A. FIN LEY.
i Mr. Wade Armentrout authorizes ustosav
toat tne use ol bis Bams at the Kepubiioan
meeting oa Saturday wae without bis knowl
edge or consent, and that be baa no desire to
attach himself to the new rkngled Republican
movement, , . . - , , .....
Shelby County.
' The tru Democracy of Shelby county, who
never falter, have nominated the following ex
collect ticket. From this It would seem that
the Union Democracy of Shelby were Dot of
convenient size to be b-ansf erred to the Aboil
tlonlsU by aspiring men:-'. ' ., i df ?;
Pnrsuant to a call of tbe Demoeratlfl Cmtnl
Committee of Shelby county, Ohio, a meeting
waa held at th court-hooe to Sidney .August
ji,w nominal oanoiaaie lor county offices.
Au unusual large number were in attendance.
The action of tbe Convention was extremely
harmonious. ... -.. .
E. Smith, ElQ . was elected Praatdent. anil
ir. r leiding and Wm. Me ne-er. Vica Praal
dents. '
Tb object of tbe Convention
tam vj um rresiaeni tne convention proceed
ed to nominate the following:
For Representative, V. McCormlci'Comtnl.
stonr, D. K.Gillespie: Treasurer. D.L. Buah:
Bberiff, J. C. Drydens Coroner, G. E. Eddy.
t Th Convention adjourned by giving three
Jong and loud cheer lor the Constitution,' tb
I Dion, and the
E. SMITH, President
E. SMITH, President BEN. F. LAFEVER.
H. GUTHRIE,
8ec'J; ; ;:
Huron County.
. The nnfiinchlng Uulon Democrats of Huron
oounty, notwithstanding they are lu a minority.
have flung out their old National Union banner
Inscribed as follows: -'
For Representative. J... M 'tUA
a -a - w- .. MnitVivu VI
Sherman; Treasurer, Isaac Smith, of Monroe
ville; Sheriff, Hurlah Robinson, of Riobmond;
Commissioner, Augusta Silck, of Norwalki
Infirmary Director, Jacob Noggle, of Green
field; Coroner, Lewi Johnson, of FItcbvllla.
,; Th Norwalk Eiyertmtaf says! f , . . (
1 rroai' all Dart of tha errant ian
the excellent eountv ticket nnt h, nmin.tin.
by tbe Democratic Convention en the 31st ult.,
www witn unquamea approval from the D
mercy. We bad Intended to eno.k nf a.Ah
ef the candidates bl a separate paragraph this
week, bat they are all old rcsidenu of the
county, and are loo well known by the people
to render such a step nscesearv. Thnm-h.a
ty not elect one Of theaa r.nrllH.ta. k. ...
alt wall qualified for the atotion to which they
bay been nominated, and ahonld thafa m.
eelve tb support ol every Democrat.
Huron County. Pardoned.
boott, wno was sentenced to be shot for
sleeping whll on dnly, ha been pardoned. Ill
pardon wt rad to th regiment. ' '
tT Gbjcblbt says. " W are
getttag rid l
ear politic." ' It would be1 a good thing
ilog tr(h
country bad never been cursed by theol.'.. He
must feel a well as th man did wbo bad lust
ml mlA nf !.. ain.11.Mw
- i 4 r: -t t
, "... 1 1 '.i 1 I l H I.., ,1f,
, A correspondent of th Courier cava iha .
naaimoa propotitioa of th Dally Advertiser,
to allow lb Democrat of Massachusetu the
office f tLIuteaat-0veraor, In consequence
of their eupport of tb General and 8tate Ad
ministration in their war measures, reminds
blm ef aa Incident ef which he once neard.
Many year go a Dutch able aot ashore oa tha
coast ol Main. Three man, a father and two
m, cm to their aasisUao In a fish nw m.
sail After many boar bar! work, guided bv
Yank olevernese and skill, as wefi aa loeal
aowiog, tn snip we got err. J aptlD,
bv way of aoCaowladirmant of the efficient ar.
vice be had received, bestowed
Boston Post.
..
Our Franklla Conntv raknrwved tab arnnat
profltabl exblbltlonl Th AAOelnU War dear
$3,000. and a better procession ol prise animal
avr grace Bur grouhdi, )Qaa tbos whjgb p.
radtd In the driving ring on tb lest day ot tb
fair, Th attendaoee was large, and nr rurl
irieuoe looaea s nearly ana nappy as w ever
w them. Thr wm no sort of clan-trkn' at-
lowed within or about th fair rrounds.no atrnnr
drink of any kind, nothing but a bona fide, hoa
l kgrlcultural fair, and to succeed la each a
o4 in these Iroobleeom iiiee show that or
people .will eepport their eouoty ht.-Ptl4
timU ' ' ' ' ,' -" '
dler, when h rode thmgb tbe ear p of Geaeral
Bleokeraad saw the admirable disotplia
which his men had baea hraaeht. aald.iarlth Bra
f!gad delight, "When I am among yoa Ger
mao, I always feel a If I bad got among soldiers."
1
Tom Tuvt t Doo. Th P rl p ser reco
tbe death ot Gea, Ton Th! sub . havihg p
curred, In elrcnmei'ancci of t; oat ii ligen tej n
one of the fc:pltuls of that ulty, Thh not
tne celebrated American Tom lnumrw
Tbe Hon.-John HntflhlMbnrBccretary'br'IJ.t
kota, is at Washington. Tb seal or uovern
meat is temporarily at tYorktown, In Missouri,
A dolrgsMip fongreft e M bd elected on the
16th. The candidate ar Capt. Todd, from
Illinois, and UrA. sMrom Minneeot"-
&Ti fChsrlestoa Jlfereuf says' tha. lesas V
Fowler, tb defaulting New York postmaster
I pleasantry located at the city of Teplo, Mexl-
uw, atfuu. uiit niiiee irum mo raoinc, anu oui-
ployed U' the chief 'agent of Messrs. Barron
Forbes s Co., the wealthy bankers and menu
lecturers. -
NEW ADyERTISEMERTS.
LA. FEW MEN WANTED
! l"';'TO' -TILIj' COMPANY, 'A.",t
FOR THREE -YEARS, I
i n," !ii -
OR .
A NEW BECRUITIffO OFFICE HAS
been opened at Mo. 1 QWYNNB BLOCK. All per
sons deilring to enlist, will do well to oall and obtain
information neiore enueung eiNwnere.
J .... M. 0. IilLLRY.
, epll-d3t. ,r , RejrultiDg Officer.
Old Orders Redeemed.
VrOTICE Is h.rebr clvea that I will c.r on ore-
JLl sentatloa, all the ouUleodlD order, iuued against
the Counqr Treasury, Indorvtd, "Mot paid for want of
maa." JOHN U. tuubpbur,
... j . , , Sreuurer franklin Co.
seplO-ddlwlt.'1,
COIiUM Z3TT0
HOIESAIE LIQUOR STORE.
LACELLE, H03S & Co,
lommission Merchants
1 ' IMP0RTBB8 AND DIALEEB TO !,
ii 'i , . .., ,.i !.. . .i . ii
' FOEEIGN AUD DOMESTIC
WINES. BRANDIES
i
o. ete. i ALSO,
Old Rye, Moriongahela & Bourbon
WHISKY.
i,
W A R I rJ0C8 ' AND OIIICE, 921 gOUTfl HIOH IT.,
C0LUMBU3,! OHIO.
stpSdlyls
Froolamation.
Uavoa's Orrict, Colombo., 0.)
rft1r, QCAI.IFIi: VOTERS OF THR
X Third Ward In tbe eityof Oolumbus ar herebv no-
titled that an election of on Truitee, to aot as a member
of U.e Council of said eity, to supply a vacancy earned
" m.. i.fiHHlu. Ul v.. n. V VIBIC, llllim. Will
be) held at the United States Hotel, In said Ward, the
nioal plaoe of holding election. In raid Ward, on ilon
day the 16th day of September, A. S. 1801. Tb noils
will be opened and ctoeed on that day at the nanal an
lent haiif. ' - ' '
, .. . i.W B4T TH0MAB ,VWr '
ep3-td.'
' Master Commissioner's Sale.
I (Reuben Nolswender)
v..
bn II. Torney, i
Superior Court.
T) V VIRTUE OF AH OUUEUOF SALE
J to me directed, from th Bunwiar Oonrt of
Vranklln eonnty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door
or me uourt House, In tb eityof Oolambnj, on
Saturday, tb 21st day of Sept , A. D. 18CI,
at one o'clock. P. II.. th followlne described real e.tate.
situate In the eonnty of Franklin and Bute of Ohio, to
wk: LoU Moe. twenty-three and twenty-four (J3nd2i),
In Baker Ac Mitchell', aubdlvialoo of out-lota Noa. 7 and
8, or tne eity of columbna, as per reoonlrd plat In the
Appraiatdat Lot No. S3, tU3S 00. '
" , f3(W 00.
0. W.HnriMAN, Sheriff
. ' and Uaater Oommlnioner
anrio-dllfcwtd
Printer's fees fC.OO.., , ,,.
Special notices
I HOW TO OET'A UTJSUANO.
Beaome ood cook. Cm James Pyle's Dietetic Sal-
sratas for ralalof, purposes, and tb thing Is done. Ten
wlB Iben Bad no difficulty la the matrimonial line.
Benalbl men are 'fond of good living.. Nothing bat
Pyle's Dietetic will answer.. Depot, 34S Wathiagton
strtet, Mew York. Sold by grocers everywhere.
MANHOOD. '
BOW L08T, HOW. RESTORED.
.t Jn.t Publiehed In a Sealed Envelope; Price Acts-!
A tKOTUBB ON TH1 VATUBB, TREATMENT AND
RADICAL OUKB OB DPKBMATOBHUB A Or Bemlnal
Weakneee, lnvolnntary Kmlealont, Bexnal Debility, and
Impediments to Marriage generality, Mervonmesa, Con
sumption. Epilepay and Fits, Mental and Thrslcal In
capacity, re raiting rrorn Beir-annie, c By Rolnirt J,
uuirerweiu aa. v., rumor 91 in. qreen X5ook,Avai i. .
A Boon t Tkensandi el lalferen.
Bent nnier seal. In a plal avlowVio any 'addreas,
rn paia, on reeeips er awn iuma,v ut, UUAS.
0. KLINE, m Bowery, Mew York, -Vaet -Office Be
No 4ja. ,.,.... . il . I a Wp7Jmdw 1
imcTS or aBZQumtriEB'AToirjSTi.11
Too much eating and drinking, Bew habiu and mode
of life, often f fedaoe' trregulsrlUe U th oowsfe and
geaeral health of th ayitem." Brrt BaAMniira's PlUtS
will roon cure, tb glomach will regain IU Mrengtb, an
t healthy action of th syitam .will he rwUred.TNe
tfrpinm ar equal In uefulnei to the ' ' ' 1
HlHAlVDKETHS PlLiutlV, J
BBANDREIH'I VNIVEBSAL SA tVE
4V ALLCOUKU POHOUS PLASTERS.
Every 'mai or"th 'KBE DaVeS W bo" of
BRINDBETa'l PILLS ,a box of UNIVERSAL SALVE,
and' an ALLDUOK'B POROUS PLASTER put In their
knapaack free of expeea. ' tad to this fut may be at
tributed the abt.no of Iny of T0IS REQIMENT from
UieAaKlUlL- luLm 4 1 V Js- I i " I '
EVEBT SOLDtlfc srw'uUba'xef BrarUth's
Fills, a box af Balva, mt 4 pteea- r PeroM' Plaitet.
They at BTJBB be nsefnl.'eften Iue-yleiJJ.,''.i"J
- Bold by 3om 11.' jC oo DraaUt, Corambm. and kf
iLripeaaaitTla ledletee. '
augi7-dlm ii
I noFFAT's j.ifH MtMii 't
I all ease of eoUvenr,da?ana, MlUowa and live
affeoUoo. pile, raanmatlaa, 'vr'wd ttgwesTenvt
naUhead ens, and all general Sarangat f health
that rut hav Invariably 'prorad a eertala and speedy
remedy.. A fbagl trla) wtll plac th Utt nhr beyoed
th reach ofeonrpenHkM' In the ethaaew of TSrypV
Dr. IfcfaV. yhcerrlx Bltter will' hi fonhl'aauaUi iil
loaetons In all eae of n.rvou. dtblllty, dyppaav head
ace, th strkuea. Incident to feeaale in delteaaa. npalth,
and every kind of weakneai Bt the dlgeaUve organs.
For salt yf . W.'b. MOf f AT, VS, Broadway, BT, y,
aadbyaHDrolrrlil.' " Jj'm maySS-dawlj .
-T
The, followUig,, a nj'qfjfom,
letter writtaa by th Rev. J. B. Holaia, PaetVel' e
Plerrapelet-BlrMt BaptM CbitTctl ronkTyn, l
shyorrial and Mawenfer," bWnti fttitwil speak
veins In favor ef that ,m...i rHItin., Mae.
WtimAn'ttomnitiwtvtQtmyittmTjBr,
-'Wcseea advartlnaeat bt voar olann ef Mxa-
Wontvow' BooTHiK Bmnr. ' Jfgw w aar Mid ae
In favor of a potent medicine be.'ore la on, in., i.i
feel oowrelli w to yonr rwulnr that tills 1 no. luua J.
Hf-en r)4T imu rr, aa (now
wae. It probably en of U moat (nreauful modi.
doe el tn ear. Mcau it u tne ef th pert. And taos
oi roar raaera ih uti amnai eaa'l aa better th.n
JJILITIA0FTEERE8ERVE
lay 1 supply. " . x7:lyaw
r 1 1 s viTti TTty
I
Vt giXAXUHOJUX srf
TGaiovKti and prevf.nTs in-
AWSetloei mmm evia, en eH the Worst barn,
cald, bratM,cat er freib wound of any kind, prevents
welllDg and ptla-freae ee aUnge, moeqatto bttee, and
polMnons pl.ou, n.ur.lt-U, rheamatliia, ague In the
breaat, aalt rlwam, eto. iWoeatakea Internally, It wUI
poeiUvely care oroup In children, and givea Immediate
relief in the worateaM of thla terrible oomplalntl Also,
removee heaneneat an tore throat."' "Price, a ceataf
b?"1 " boldbl;vejheiIM, frt laeby Drug
gilta and Storekeeper. L. -'IBVIN BTONE,
;nulT! r vitTitt'Jimi
fo real juaHc eaa1 be don the above preparations
but by prooarlng end reading deecrlptlve pamphleUA
be found with all dealer, or will.. by ffoprWoi
eo demand.- -yoranlaa and Trraf Bottle. Knl to Fbyrl
elans, who will flo derelopaaeaki trbth iwwrllar their
acceptance and approval.
Oorreepondenoe aollcited from all whoee neceaaltlea or
enrto.itv ruusj to trial of Ut aboya ndialile asm
Vor sal - by .thai usua) whelesale nd '-retail deaWr
everywhere. , ,.,..vu ..
jolir:vI,.,IlUNNWr:i.v, trprlet,
crltlllflT AND rHABMAOXUTIST,
1 Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mais. .
Roberts tt Samuel, N.'B. Harple, 3. B. Cook, i. U
Denlg, G. Denlg At Sons, A. 3. Sobueller k Son, Agents
lor Oolombns, Ohio. - ' .... ...iJ&rMllr
Oysters!; Oysters!!
HAM JUtrr RBCEITED) AND -WILfc
ke In dally receipt, by Ixpreat, ef I ',
' ' FBESH CAN & KEO 0TSTEB3, ';
From Baltimore and Fair Haven.
Call at Wagoer's Oyster and Frut Depot, No. 21 Xut
nannmb. . .. . . . ,-.,1 . 1
fit.
! . '.I .
"lf I
T-
BAIN & SOP,:
No; 29 JJouth' High Street, Columbus,
us nuw uriricBiiiu
XJ. vuuu vanla Xiavelin
Sren Oooda at 8x, value
12icenU.
2500 rarda Traveling Drata flood at sato SO eta.
pi
2000 yard. EngUan tteeagee at W H. valna BA eente '
1000 yard. French Organdie at I'J.H, vle0 eent.'''
SOUn vards Faat Uolortd Lawn, at 10. value IS dent. A.
1U0U yard Foulard Dre.. Bilk, at 37 f, value 50 cent. '
1500 yards Super Plain Black 811k at l 00. walae Bl S
Robe of Organdie Berage, and Engllih Ber.se. at one-
nay meir value. . .( r .
Bain . nun, i ,
JcM ... 29 Bonth Ulgh Street.!
I...
Elegant Lace Mantillas.
. . in '. I. II
T3A.XJST cfe QOpr,
OSTo. 29 Boutli lEEigh Bt.,
,TTA TB Jait opened n InTOle of Tery' UrKtJ and
nanrtanni
PUSHER, FRENCH. AND , CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTES.
Mwi Iench' 'Laces-for' Schawls.
Very Deep French Flpunciog Lace. ;i . ;, i
Keal Thread, French, Cbantilla At Genavese ;
VAlwiciftnnei, Point tie Gaze, Brasiels
anrj.Tnreaa.J.aqes; ana Collars, .
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS, ,l;
( MALTESE X AC, E .COLLAkA M SETS, ,
LINEN COLLARS ft CUFFS," - !;,
'-" '" V" J' ' " In new Shapes,
, v. PAPER COLLARS. & .CUFFS,jVw
. ... ..m. ii it '! .-1 ' . For traveling.
PRICKS TJNtJSTJAlIiY
,-i , . , - - -t '.
1 ' u i I ... . -i-j. ll
Traveling Dress Goods;
frOZAMBlaUKS, POPLINS, SttEFBERD'S OHEOKBi
- BILKS; JOIL DB flHIVRtH. I 'l1'."" ' " "
LAVELLA8, BBO0H1 VALENCIA, Acic".'
,'rThe best and most faihtonable, styles In the cl(y, .
AT 1TERY liOW -FRICrffiS. .
. .-BAIR at SON, " 1,1
Jftl y,,,,.,e.i-. -t '-mBBBeuUaUighBtrest.: -i
i .1 i .1 1.. i i ; i i , - T'.'i 1 -
R E Ti OVA L .
ii.
WttttAM He; RESTIEAUX,
!
DfeA'WEB'.
IN
flt'.U ..
Groceries
Produce,
' ' ""' Provioioni,
Foreign and, Domestic Liquors,.
) Fruits, etc. etc.;
'.DAS REMOVED 013 STORE FROM".
NO. J4, NORTH HIGH STREET.
No.flQC.'di th ' nigh Street, .
Tbeold stand recently occupied hy.WM. MrDONAT.D
I Li u . S r..- ...... . v . . -
j . rn i m i i ..ii -i , .ii if i ' in Ti " - ;
, l.'-'Si
U is in daily ieceipt of
EWND
FRESH
COODS
Which be will sell
ii-r.
i
('tieap for Cash or Country Frotluce.
... w i i ,- - .1
Ir aood.de II verad tn City trade free of cbarg XI
'! 31 ii Y '" " ','
VM. II: ilESTIEAUX,
(8D0CEBS0R TO UcEEK RE3TIEACXJ
No. ljOCr South r Jlfch, Street.
Ux4l ' LI.--- . . v
DEALER IN
ROCERfCS. PRODUCE
PRO VISION 9 '
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,-
Cv ' ' i ,i .-... in '.
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
$TOJtACE & COMMISSION
Jtyia
extraordinary BARCAm
BAIN t&BON;"
HO. 29 SOUTH BIOH1 ITBEXT,
i.. i.
..j
RJE 'NOW OFFBBINO
1,000 yard Buoer Plain Black Silks at tl OO-ralat
vtl 26 per yard. - ; -,'XK
?, 500 yards Traveling Dress and Mantle, floods al
It l8ent value 20 eenle per yard
3,000 yards Whit ' Brtlllantei at J JJ 'cent,''
1 ocul. ,.ru. j. Wall. f'..-
iOCO yards Fine sn Dotaaftle Gloghaaif treatjj'ua'
va-T.iue. t . . ..N i Hud
"I -ALIUi.tiiw.i'.ll.
jLaroe and. desirable Tots op
,ni,Mt.n.i .... "fU
aiw.ajuiiVua, A,aUUiaUIXB,
t
1 1
CHAixri, ttoaed ''irtx;1,' -J' Tvl 1; .
lAND ALL: OTHER
el;
ill ) l,li-
Nerve-'arid SuliI6nalei tfvna, COoO, '
In th moat detlraMe try la aad (t very lrs price. '
. Ti t-.,. . ., 1 A ,.'... ... - .1
Ot, a jl material, made to1 ftie nioit ityilih manner after
lb te.t Paris FaSBIcu uj mo.t tleganl stybM a
th eity, ' ., ,ycr'i.';.!'
I .t oiu i.jieV ( .u.iar at buiv
mjA30O.J'"'J No. 89 South High itreet.
ur" " 't,"ii,v w "
? i
Hi K.
kM"' I ,,l i . ...
'i(nlM
81 , Mr Whit and Heel etrael
;tf i,jMCkB4faprirualliy. par tale by
' BAIN A BOH.
sahSS ,l,BVvliBIgX ,
"WW
' rftOF. 1. MILLER'S
HAIR INViGORATOR
AnEIEsotlT, Safe and - Economical
Compound, , .
i FfE RESTORlfJ QUAY flilk d .
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing
uairirom turumggrajr.. mf
'i'OR fREVENTINQ BALpNfidS, . -AaJ
curUig It, when there id U least perkllc sf t-tt&h i
) i ' i pS rceuporaUv energy 'reaulniag. ' j '
F0RREM0V1NG SCURF AND DANDRl'K
j y AudAJleutanSousaflecbjoa ml th Scalp. 1 1 'I
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparerna t It sneqaled glesaadrUlluey,1waklng
It .oft tnoT tltry In Its texture, aud oaualug II to cui
nadilr .(, r ... , n r i j w j
Th great celebrity and Increasing demand for tbt un-
eaualed Dreoaratlon. oonvince th proprietor, that on
trial la only neeenary to aattsry a discerning public of it.
auperlor qualitie over any other preparation in u,e. It
eieanae th bead and scalp from dandruff aud other
outuwouadlMaM, oaualug th hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, tuft, ilowy and sexibkeappearaaoe,
alao, where thehalr ia looeenlngand thlnnlnib.lt will give
treegth and vigor to th root and restore tie growth to
how part which hav become bald, oaualug It Id yield a
reah eoverlng of hair. -
Thar arc hundred of ladle ud geutl.nen lot Now
York who hav had Ihelr hair reatored by Die uae of thi
Invltorator. when all other preparation have failed. L-. .
M.'ha in tatpoHolon letter Innumerable tettirylug
to cie above fact, from peraoni of th bigheet reuaecta
Willy. H will ettectually prevent the hair from taming
nil I the lateet period of life) and In cae where' ihe hair
ha already changed it color, th un of the Invigorator
willwlthttiuinty reto it to ,t to II original hue, giv
ing It a dark, glow appearance. A a perfume for the
loilaland a AUIr Reetoratlv II ft partlcal.ny recom
mended, having a agraeabl fragraooe; and the great ta
oilities it alTorda In drawing th hair, which, when mold
with the Invigorator, can bt drewed in ny required
form to s to preaerv it plaoe, whether plalnorin carl,;
hence tbe great demand for It by the ladle a t ttandard
toilet article which noo ought to be without,., th price
placet It within th reach of all, being - 1
Only Twenty-Fiva Cents'
per bottle, to b had at all reepeelable Dragglit and
io. ii ' PerfTr.-.
L. MILLER would call the attention of Parent and
auardlan to the n of hit Invigorator, in cue where
the children' hair Incline, to be weak. The uae of it
lay th foundation for tffoodkmd of Aair, u it re
move any asarrritle that may have become eonneciaii
B with u ealpvth .iraiorataterhlo I aeeemry both
i or ine ucbiiu oi me cnua, ana ine iuiure appearance of
It. Hair., . e - . I "j
Oiefiok.A.In4 genuine without the fko-iimll LOulB
MILLER being on th outer wrapper; tl.o, L. MIL
LBR'S HAIR INVJKMBATOR, k. fl.,.kj0wn In the
glaa.
Wholaeal Dpot, JO Dey ttraet, aadsoMky an Sn
.principal Mcrchaols and Druggtata tlirougboit th world
uiuDi.i uituuwii w fian-naeer. oy II1D quanuty.
I alio dir to (Matnt to th American Public my '
IfXW AMD IHPKOVirD lUSTANTANEOUS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
whlch. after years of tctentUlo experimenting, I have
brought to perfection.. It dyee Black or Brown In.Untly
Wtthoutlnjnry t the bait or Skint warranted th beat
article of th kind In axiitane.
I t PRICE, ONLY 5tf CENTS. '
iDepotv 66 :Dey J " St,f' New" ' Tork!
kt48:dkwly.
PWARK MACHINE WORKS,
j- -.. i ;' , NEWARK OHIO, . i.A.i ! ' '
Slanufacturer ol all kind ef fet'l
table and. stationaurr Mteam Eta-1.
n Kisses, Haw mills, Grist null,
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LANE SOME! W S. 4 1. BUMDVBtolml
J. tJ. I1..DVYALI BtotmUl .COIUUBUS
MACnimi CO. mUtnUn BRADOBD ' .
at CO. SMtnlllll
Our Portable Engine and Saw Mill .
Wu awarded the first premium of $50 at ths Indiana
Stat Fair for 1"00 over Lane k Bodlay's; on .account ol
SU
t
ice, iigntnesa, aimpiicity, economy ot luei
and superior character of lumber saw eel.
Our Stationary Bnirtne was awarded at the same Fall
the Brrt premium of S'.IKI.
Our Portable Engine was awarded th Bret premium ol
S10U at the Fair at ldemphl. Tenn., over Blandy't Da
vall's, Oolumbu Machine Oo ., and Bradford k Qo'..
by omnmlttee of practical Railroad Engineer.' '
For price and terms addret ' '
i WILLARD WARNIR, Treasurer,
decS-dfcwIyeols. -' ' - ' Newark, Ohio
MILLIONS OF MONEY.
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I . .af n ... Ii IISBT -rr
or;anInch6f::Tilrier,',
tTJAS ONCE THE EXCEiAMATION OF
V V a dvlni Queen. That inch of time oin be procur-
ed St a much cheaper rate, and many long yeara of, ;
HEALTH AND, HAPPINESS
enjfyed by eociultlng Dr MIRBTWEATHER, Who
ia curing the molt obitinate and leng standlng dlieaie
of th LUN08, HEART, LIVER, KIDNKYB.'BLAB,
DER, STOMACH RHEUMATI8M DISE ABES PEOIJ- ,
LIAR TO FEMALES, BKIN 'DISEASES, AND ALt,
AFFECTIONS OF JUE JLASU.
ll Jrtcl. krftixM Vht.ksl''' '
near what UiePUIadelDhUooTvanondentaars In IMs
MOemmonwealtb," Wilmington, Delaware, ;lh f AjirIK" .
'An Engllih gtntlemat, formerly eoanected with th
Briliih 'Army,' and who styles himself th 'Indian
Botanic Pbyetelan ,' has of lata gained an extensive repu-
ration hr by hi Skill In curing all. manner of corn
plaints. Borne of his patient f have oonrerMd Vlin,
add they pronoano hi ratnedlet and rood of treatment
a fery auperlor. Bom tuw bsesrrwtored'at if by ,
magio. Th medicine bt ntea ft dlatilled byltlf ,
from varlea. herbe poeeentog rare curaljr properties, J
"While acting In the army he dvotd hit feUure ton-, ,
meat to thorough study or tn tneoi proauceu vj.
certain medicinal root and herb on all manner or,dis-lf.
eara.' It eem he ha found a sur and speedy reme
dy fcrall th Ills that Seih 1 belr to." HIS pracUc to,
already axtendve and Is dally luereailhg. In the cam-.,
plaints to which Females r uhected. he hv Bo.equtf,
s a lare number her hav teetided that they owe. not .
only their prewut good beallh, bdt Jhelr lively tejjhj,
skUof this Indian BotanloPhjnlolen." ,1 ,0,
- Office 37 East State Street, ColmBb.
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vi nvrm mv iiiviM
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The Best Artltlclal
Help
(O .S.tVSf
Hainan BIgUt
it ever iMVuntod...
. A a
JOSEPH 8. PEHLET, .Ut.
ntJ, 1
PRACTICALw -BCIEIiTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS 'THE LARGEST ASSOHTJ'''
manlaf th meet Improved kinds of pectcle;""
All his filane, whether far tear or far-slnhied at A
ground la eoneavo convex form with tbe grit cr,
a U lo svtt th Eyofl aes, turin "&. -Dlaiibeat
or InBammatlon ' of the Eye., aud imparling .
Irength for long reading v fin "' 'f, ,
tdoele Slot.
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REFEt.l'.AlST A' WATEIa.PItOOF"
CUK (U.OTIIB. Alto, other make of Bprtnaf M
6 oak Cloth. In all doalrabl mixture Uindine, Taa.
sel. and Buttons toawtoh. .aAiw a son.
re.9 Seuta Bichitn
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