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Democratic Union Nominations.
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3 ""uKurisAtii oovbrsoa,
John G. Marshall. ;
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8UPEKMB TOIKII. J
TIIOIKAS J, J WUTUi
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WHLUDt -W. ARMSTRONG,
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BOARD Of PCBUO W0KK3,
, t,I0B COMMON. IlilAB JUDGE, . y. ..
rlUMUm IBUWiT AKB JJlfO) N U l
HE11KT .'H1!CE SMB.-
''!..tr;t"'J' BIAIS BINATOR, !j ' -
V I M. , (nuXXLIK ABB CAWAT) ' , "
liriw Of FWawjf. ' ;
Democratic Union Nominations. UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
Democratic Union Nominations. UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
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GEORGE L. CONVERSE, . '
OTTO DRESEt., v " ' J
V GEORGE W.-HUFFMAN.
i MATTHIAS MARTIN, s : j f S.
JOHN G, THOMPSON,,,?
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ELI AS GAVER-!!
Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
Th Democratie UoionSta4e EsecnttTe Com'
mlttee hate Wdi" arrangement for holding
HM Meetinga as follows : ,'.7'' i'
At Coshoctow, Coshocton county, on Toes-
diy, September 24;h, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. Hugh J. Jeirettand Hon: Wm.B. Wood
At Mahswild, Ricnlani oonnty.on Wednes
day, September 85tb; at 1 P. M.f Speakers
Hon. H- J. Jewett, Hon. Wm. B. Wood and
Hon. B Burns, ... ' i - ..
At Woosnta, Wayne comity, on Thursday,
September 26th, at-ifcM."' Speaketrf-iron.
H. J. Jewett and Hon: WnuB. Woods.- ' '
At CtivrxAiro, Cuyaboga. county, on Friday
: e.nt.nki 27th." Sneakers Hon. H.
J.Jewett and Hop. WmJ B; Woods. ?
At Tolido,' Local opuutylott, Saturday, Sep
tember 28ih, at 1 P. M. i Speakere Hon. H. J.
Jewett and Hon. Wa. B. Woods.: r r f
At Jacksok C. H i Jackson county, on Satur
day, September 21st, at 1 P- M. Speakert
Hon. John G. Marshall and others. ( .
Other meeUngs will be aiinonnced soon. "
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary.
Gen. Fremont's Emancipation Proclamation
Tbe President has at length fequired that the
emancipation proclamation of Geu. rnmowrba
so modified aa to conform to the act of Congress,
which provide that where slaves are employed
in the rebel army or on tbe entrenohments or
other military work of the same, the right to
their services and labor shall be forfeited by
their owners. -This U very different from tbe
proclamation of General FantoaT, which d
olared that the slaves of rebel masters found la
arms, etc., should be set free.: By the eonfiscv
(ion aot, the right of property in the alave, ae
in the horses, cattle or lands of the rebel, will
become vested is the Government, and the one,
as well a tbe other species of property, if tbe
law be faithfully administered, will be sold and
tbe proceeds of the sale go into tbe Federal Treas
ury, to ba applied to th expense of the war;
and this is right and proper. The right acd
the policy of confiscation ' under such clrcum
- stanoea as wa are placed in is perfeotly justifia
ble, and there is no reason why the slaves of a
rebel should cot ba confiscated," that would not
exclude hi other property., Gen. Jamo did
not, however, by big proclamation1, make th(
species of property subject to th same law that
would govern other property, but proposed to
emancipate it Bnt this the law will not allow.
Should many slaves be found ' in the military
aervlc of tb Confederate in any capacity
whatever, the result will be novel.' The Fed.
eral Government, now administered by the
party with the antl-alavery plank In ihe piaT-
form, and without which Mr. Lmcau would aot
bava been elected, will be compelled io" become
the vendors, salesmen and auctioneers of thia
chattel property, thus taken from the , rebel by
the confiscation aet. What an agreeable doty
it will be for a.a "irrepressible" officer I aeli
and convey those .'contrabands,',,' How JoiHtf
R. GiPoiNo wonld relish such an ofBe a thia.
By his action! la. this case, Mr. Ltacoui will
disturb tb joy which many bav exhibited on
acxiuut of tbe emancipation clause In the proc
lamation of den. Fmht..1 , . . v , ? i
The Meeting in Jefferson Township.
Wa have attended many Democratic town,
ahip meetings in this county, bnt 'w bav eel
dom witnessed such aa one a that ia littl Jef
ferson, on la - Saturday ,for j number and
enthusiasm. Tba martial band consisted of
about twenty, dram and a doaea .fifes, headed
by th old national flag. The people are awake.
and it was tb universal opinion among tbem
that tbe only and last tidpe was In tbe old, Na
tional Union Democracy. ; ., .
The meeting was addreased by Gov. Midabt,
S. S. Cox, Otto Daasai. aad M. MAiTHr.-"",:
Littl JaSarsoa will g'v tha largest Demo
cratic majority she bas ever given. Tbey are
all for lb Union and til Conntltuttoa.
Thomas Ewing a Prophet.
Oa the 29th of September,. 18G0, Thokai
Ewmo made a speech at Chillicothe, before the
Wide-A wakes of that otty, and upon thir inrl
tatlon. It was the only eeeoli he made during
the campaign, and had the effect te bring a con
siderable. toU la Ohio la Mt.Ijiioow. JsAieb,
Otherwise, would 'hare been oast for Bill or
Douena. - la his effort Mr. Ewino eesayed h
demolish tho doctrines and organisation f the
Republloan party, while, at the. same lime he
declared . bis intention to rote for Mr, LiMceui.
In that sjeobae earefully reported and pub
lished, we find
. ; , .-'a ''0
I Mnolnda aim that the 'AenubUcan partr
Will within the present or the early part of the
eoming year, hare fulfilled its original destiny
and must end also, or place itself on a basis of
substantial national policy. The leaders of the;
party claim for It a dominion of twenty years,
something more than one political generation.
They are mistaken if they fasten to It this seo-:
tional fallacy (the anti slavery plank la the Chi.
cago piatiorm), an aDscraotion, raise, useless,
pregnant with erll,an apple Sf discord and dis
union. It outs off all possible support from
Southern States, and all the conservative sup
port in the North and West. Erase it, expunge
It, wipe it out, and tha party may live its twen
ty years; retain it and It will .but just survive)
me election ot its riesiaent.. ., - .- ,
. On the above ocoaelon, Mr. Ewum proved
himself to be a prophet. Linool was elected,
and bis partisans la the Congress which Imme
diately followed, labored diligently, to retain
and hold on to the anti-slavery plank, altbonga
urged by CaimtHBiw, Dooexaa and others to
abandon it, and thus save the Union.' But this
they wonld not do..; Mr. Ewwa himself, ia the
Peace Conference at Washington, in February
last, used all bis power to have the objections,
tie plank; which he bad said at Cbllllootbe'was
DucmOH, withdrawn, bat he failed, and the re
sult Is now before the world.- Thi Ritoslioah
MTT is dead! bat in, its struggle for life, it
bas put the Union In jeopardy, if it has not
actually destroyed It! t
Mr. Ewino himself presided at the Conren
tion in this city on the 5th of September, which
burled the remains of this ever to be abhorred
and never to be forgotten' party, and len his
name and his influence to the inauguration of a
new organisation, based upon the idea of a No-
party party to pat down party and save the
Union! la this move we accord to Mr. Ef uio
and many others a slnoerityof purpose and a
patriotio desire to do good j bnt we beg leave to
say that they are, In oar opinion; greatly mla
tiken in the . remedy they propose, and In the
end will find that they bare been the mere tools
of tha designing and orafty men, who1 will at all
hazards control this" Hew party.;'',' -V? ,
In bis speech on, taking the obair at, the 6th
of September Convention, Mr. JSwino referred
at some length to the disunion sentiment which
had prevailed In South Carolina for many years,
and traced the. machinations of those m thai
South who were disnnlonlats per te, and then
These secret conspirator' tbew 'turned tbeV
attention to Aho North to-educate apolitical
sobool in their desperate deotrlaes. ' Tbsy
sought to distract the eoantry on the exdtiog
subject of slavery! Tbey . ao far and so Well
maaaged their machinations as to break ap the
Uemoeralte party at UnarleatoD By tut rup
ture tber ao. weakened "the- Mlltioal bower
of that party as to twins; abeat the election
of Mi. Lineolaj and tbereopoa Sailed opon
hll election aa a pretext: for dissolving the
Unioib-l h "CUV vi V" O! r," -tv,-.
Mr. Ewn here admits what everybody knows
to bb tone, that Mr. Liaooui wa elected be
cause of the rnpture la the' Democratic party,
and that hi .election, fas tfio pretext of the Pro-
eaters for absolving 4M Unte.-'Hettysthatr1;;"
a- a -...-ifla.i.-ji.ntnftt.t.r
th Southern conspirator who were dlaunlonlsti
per ft, lotght io distract th , country pn the
slavery questton and by their ."machinations"
ruptured tbe Democratic party, and thus brought
about tba election of Luroovi and accomplished
their object.,; He told the Wide-Awake 'at
Chillieotbe one rear ami that the antl-glaverv
plank in tbe Chicago f la Worm t was .''.false, use
less, pregnant with evil, an- apple of discord
and disunion." Such Was then his deliberate
opinion, aad expressed at a time subsequent to
th 'machinations' of th Southern "conspire-tors-
at Charleston and Baltimore, and yet he
voted fOr tha very man they, desired to .have
elected, and thus, according to his own shewing,
aided them' to na' pretext for dissolvinc ibe
Unk.,,."",T1.i Jans v5'-$-..1 t'':-r
' By Mr. Ewiaat own testimony, be sUods be
fore the country': la' Bght from which we
would, If we could, gladly extrleaU him.. We
believe bin to b a lev of hi country and a
patriot; but bis ancient hostility to the Demo-
oratlo party' caused him, in the campaign of
icow, ) vote witn a party wao putiorm con
tained "an apple of dieoord and BbmnibD,' and
thus jh, without Intending to, do ao,, in our
opinion, rendered effective aid to tha causa of
tha Southern conspirators. P Ha helped So elect
Limooui 09 tbia VappI a of discord and dirtnlon,"
and tuna ' pretext!, was farnisbeel th eon-
splratois for aaeklng' to dissolve the Union,
With all due respect, we anbrnl) that Mr. Ewmo
b Boi;')t'aia.der' follow'fat our present
national emergency.- Hi ad vice to tha people
of Oai xm tb 29th September, i860, and 'the
effect which the election of that year has bad oa
the country, is luffldrat .evideaoe that he will
not do for a counsellor u onr present troubles.
But' Mr. Ewme' makes 'one' admission which
should can's a deep and lasting, impression 'u
every mind; and that a that tba conspirators
only became potent after they had raptured; he
Democratie party' As Jong a f bat grapd oldj
union-loving and, faithful penstituUoaal party
remained a unit, no machinations of th con
spirators, North or South, could do any damage;
but when it wa .raptured the isvil was- flone.
This being admitted, the remedy for cor pre
ant trouble is not difficult io comprehend, and
Is within the reach of theBeonl-t- rally
erM tneftmoeratic party, and again place It
in povier.eodeUwHlbewell. 9J " "
The Designs of the No-Party Party
The Designs of the No-Party Party Leaking Out.
f It has not been the habit of the OhU Statei-
mm in tb past t6 notice anything that baa ap.
pearetl In tbs) columns bf the) ; Colnia)'usvaff;
generally known. In ibis locality by th till of
th 8mut HiMm, and w abaU aot depart f rom
thl rale la th futer H6 M ii relates to, any
tbing It Bay lay concerning the proprietor o
tbll paper, always provided tba it say nothing
in commendation. But thia Smut JUtekitu ba
within a short time assumed a new position.
Tb county aseetinr of the No csrtv bartv
which met in thi city iom two w'eek,,goJ
threw el tbe fJto KUtt Jrl aad Indorsed
the 8mA tfecUae, and tbos mad it their Or jran.
Ia addition to this faci,Uafpaper ha opder
editorial heed a ataadiBgidvertiMmtat at
ting forth. IU claims to patronage, from wbldn we
xtraol tbfeowlng paragraph M ,!"'
Add to this, that th Capital Gt Pitt has
bee indorsed by tbe Union Convention aa - tha
central orgari of tb party in Ohio, and , we
think we have set forth Olalme to aa extended
and nnversal elreatatldn, Which cannot be dis
puted. ' 'o t-,uf w Ji ia 6,t:.
'XHu cimanng w r central prgan or tn
asw tartv over Which JlrEwino rjf'eaided.'and
wiilch ioty!l,iS.tffFQt ti o objeotioaibard
, - - uftt sa;Li fM li Wimoo tf
being made from an; quarter to fin as we
know, we- ere not et liberty to overlook IU
statements, so ar aa (bej fclate to Uio designs
of tbj, ntw party to OMo.'e th seme arc pro
mulcted throngs id columns.' "Tlia Smut Af
eAisr labored with tne cotton SteteeMn the
campaign of I860, for th election, of Jotm C
Batcamsnxjr, for whloh lt received, as we
suppose, IfcUkfaotipry consideration, sit wJ
wprks for 4tw bbgna Unloa awveutsnt, and Its
artlolee may, wa suppose, b .regarded . aa
exponent ot tie tint Sentiment and designa of
those. In whose eervle it U ngtd. In the
. An effort on tha nut of the Cotton Btatea to
set ilitverj into the Territories. Ii what pro-
Jooed the war; and why not. In tbeefentof Ibe
Southern rebellion nltlmatlng in the freedom
ef Southern aUree. people a cenpla ot the Ter-
ntorieewitn (reeneroear,3'i t ;
It li 'earUlnl Atua.. that -whara there era
fewest slaves there are fewest rebel. If there
were no slaves, tber would ba no rebtle.- A
colony bf free negroes, 4tnd anrreillaao of
toe federal government, eontaining u o
colored population of the States and Terrltorle,
would be the master-stroke of this self styled
asylum for the oppressed of all nations., , It
wonld.be tba pride, of civilisation, and oU
loudly, on. Heaven for .it cbeloest blessings,
God grant liberal a, solution a( the vexed
Thar we hare it from the .central organ.
The Republloan party, when alive and pressed
hard On the' negro' Question' averred that its
sole object in the agitation of. the question
was to keep slavery out of the Territories, ao
that the free labor bf the North might possess
and enjoy them. The land was to be kept for
th; occupancy and . settlement of free whit
mens and In Kansas, In framing the Topeka
Constitution, 'they did not Only exoluie slavery,
but provided, against the Ingres of fie ae-
groes.. But this is ail to ba turned over and act
aside by the new party in Ohio. It would have
this war waged, according to its central organ,
so as to , emancipate the elaree,.4od then aet
apart and appropriate the fat land In : the new
Terrltorle to tbetr ase.''li would thusxcfuds
the free white laboring men of- Ob(o, from the
possession and. enjoyment ef the rich laaa ia
the new Territories and give it to the emanci
pated slave. Even our noble volunteer aol
diers, who have rusbed Into the war and joined
the standard of their oocntry to aid in putting
dot a a wicked rebellion,1 wonld according to
toe piao oi we central organ bi tue iwfciu vb
ion pahy, be made Instrument in tnaoamitting
the slaves, woo, when treed, woaid ge: oat ana
posse the fat land In ft new; Territories, to
the exolnslon' of .'th'ei'e1 very voiun'teers.' wbo
woaid thus be deprived of va propet ilooation for
their bonnty lead warrant, do from the Gov
ernment' fer their 'patriotic services'lo It'.'' ll
Having referred to
to the consideration a
4 kUl .HIltl W3lfJsW
i ''''a ' r a 1
anvwaasvoa e ma iaoor
lng men of Ohio, con fid ent that 'they will en!
tedly Oppose any party that will for .a. moment
tolerate even a suggestion of a policy so inimi-
cal to their .interests, it wiKJio 'i ir i
Heartless Dishonesty of the No-party
WhorfW " no .prepard to
...The Jeaderc in th new-fledged No-party or-
ganisatiobVwlro come from the lateRepubihian
party (and jthey predomlpate au4, ma the aew
mthlne),'are destitute of sincerity, and Or
beardes 1a aQ their profession. " As s speci-
meO which will answer for the .whole, we offer
the editors of the. Ciaoiunaa ;.?te, Tht
'paper hu bad flying at it meet-hoed for sea
time an "extract from th Isst Speech of Sena,
tor DevoLAS," in which tbe following paragraph
orkanlaatioaa and slatierma oa tba altar of hi
ooaatry doe net deaarra tne auppari and aoao
tanaaoa ol nonce! people, now ere we u over
come partlsaa aatipatoies m tha minds ef men
of all parties so a to present a united f total ia
support ot our country I we must eeas dla-
cutainK party las see, make oa allusion ta old
party tests, bava no criminations aad reerlml-
nations, laauir u no launtaona against ta
other aa to , w no bu been tb cause of thee
troublea..;j.'- i .. -?-.'..,
Immediately under tb above In the Gattttt
the llth inst. we find a long editorial article,
from whlohws extract the following:-,.,
The aetting aside of party, ta anita for a vls
orous trot ecu tion of tb war, doe not reanire
that we shonld aseume to forget ar set aside the
responsibility for the war. Tba sacrifices of
blood, treasure and property to carry os thl
war will be throwa away if we ignore or attempt
cover up tha cauaw of the war, or If we are
arraid to place ujc responsibility wberc it be
lonea. ' Men who cease to take aa Interest la
parties aa sooa aa their party ceases to promote
tneir elevation can aaraiy ds regarded as any
better qualified to pronounce impartial judgment
parties than those whose party lab are net
closely gauged by tneir owa omelet euooes.
We may- admlr tha enthotlaeaa- which at a
Union Convention lvatec men above party
affiliations in order to proaeeuta tbe war with
united vigor; but it and the war itself ar
thrown away la vela If ia order to aarry It a
we try to cover up the moral effect Of tbe war.
I' It may tie regarded aa evidence r a pew
political birth that a veteran statesman, la pre
siding over a Union Coaventioa, eheuld els as
Buchanan and Lincoln together, end mag
oantmonsiy draw th manti of oblivion over
(he past acta of both; but if this war 1 to bav
any valuable result, tbe people snast not act
said their coneolonanssa of tight and wronar.
Th setting aside of party ia for tbe purpose at
giving direct expression to tba ho neat heart
ei the people, instead of falsifying tha honest
eonsoiousness of tha people? .'order ' to eat
aaida party. If this war is not in Itself a He
and a borribl folly, th toe pie an tut not for
get.; that th Administration of oa ef these
Preeideet wsa oompoaed of traitors era- need
their official position to betray the Gorerameot
into th heads of a aoaspiraoy for it destra.
tion, wbil th President looked oa ia drivelling
imbecility or in treachery, and asked only for
peace awing niatermei otue.ii;;-mai pa.
Th Aaminlstrslton of one was a treaohsry
which astounded tbe world. t.TsaPnsiclantsaw
and wa either too weak or ta mucb of a
trtitor probably both to- prevent' it. The
other Prasldent bas labsial ftaea s toomsnt
Ills linaaantinni to teseu aba cat loo nrona
the eonaplracvand rebellion to which his preda.
eesesrs had betrayed ii. , Unlet th anion of
bartfoa reaukee that wa abail act as era
and tha treacherous betrayal of the tatioa ae of
equal merit wlio patriotism and oflioUl idsliry,
does aot require us to class ithe seta of
these President a equally to ba eonslgaed to
Front the abov'itract from the ieadtf In the
C'utUe, U U quit apparent, that it W.lntlAoer
and dishonaet in It preteaded ladomement at
tbe notation from Judge Poooua last speech
nh war Is not In Itself V Ji and a horrible
.fp(iy' tbefJsaa think tha "erimieatioaaad
rerimiation'1 enast b indulged Itf'lhal tr
mutt'not "Ignore or .attefflpt"to'fcoyei)p ibe
ause of the war,' nor miiet we,' be ,'aUaidto
nitfM tha' raanonalhlllt ahara It , aaimM.'
Thui( tb-t7se exposes 1ta deeaptloa and
double dealing, end prove that all IU profi
sfous bf.abandoning party ar heartless and ln-J
la any wi in OK id nominate and aiedt
n.,d ui; a vnUtmavf au:i-.w.ii la
sincere ,Whal l here raid of lhm OtHt$, is
spplioaW to an in Kepubiican leasers or Onto
bow fm'Utti new-jSartyandhsy ar th eopUoU-,
iDtsplrltS la H..ii i. a.i..Mwo joi j
.Tfa!dIg whlob th OntHtt makes si 'the
"yewrari sUtesma'O," Is'at Thomi Ewntfl, who
presMed over th misnamed Union Convention,
who io hi speech on taking tb chair, ap
peered! W' "ciaai' EccBAHair'ttid Lmcoi.it Jo-'
iicr.'"' aid lh.Ma;t oa JUVcaasam is a
'.'trnVa at David Ton. wlto, labarsda
Mr. Buohanar, and exerolaed more iluuusnce
over him than any other man la the State.
Havinz got Mr. Ewwa and Mr., Tod' ia the
new party, and thus put them In tha breach, to
shield, If possible, the "irrepressible Bepubll
cans" from the lust punishment and Indlgna
Mltbpeepletr . tteirmara n
about onr nallnnaL IroahleSv tha QvttU ba.
cmm bol4 aid boreserwj fat its applloatloti'of
the msb. wJ' !"
Mr. Ewim 4eolred inbiiChUUootha
tL rMl. n I thai Ska aa
Slavery plank in the Chicago platform wa "an
abstraotioa, false, aselesa, rweNAUT with eviw
imi or 'dmoobd eari iumof and ' Mr.l
1 on, rn every tpeeca be maae in ue tast cam-1
palgn, declared that the triumph of the Repub-
lioan party on their aotlonsl platform, wools
lafATAt to tib ,UaioH ot tbi Stats. Hav-
lng' got the noose around their necks and
pleUly Iteaoed them, the Republican mana
gers, through their presses, seem disposed to
flagelate Mr. Ewiad and Mr. Too most effectu
ally, to tha end, w presame, that they may im
mediately be brought' into submission', and
taught that, should the "NO-party experiment
succeed, they are 'onlyln it as probationers
oa, trlal.'wiih bat a aU. chance of Mbt.n.l
promotion during the life of the new holch.
Tha following ba. been received m the
iipnartmant h Gar. Uannlaon; . . '.
War department bv Gov. Pennison:
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 243.
WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10, 1861.
u 6. AU persons having1 reoelved authority io
.I0 J?,'"' ? ".K
t a. . "
nortto his Excellency Goreroor Deonlaon. at
aawa u n sistsaviaaaiwu w-
uZa th. mdr nf ftn.. Tn . i. "
iho 1U ranli; em and "oarlthem Z
....l.. , ,Wm -.-. h . ', ; ,
thi fltt nf n.lln. In1n.nj.nt- nf tha
aathorltles, can receive commission fromr the
&ni5,Jf '.nS EfflftE ffln-d:
Adjutant General. [Telegraphic Correspondence of Dally Commercial.]
Nothing New on the Potomac-The
in Good Condition and
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15.
Military matters are otilU Meta oae acreu
the dverj The, weather bmagniAeeataad
the camp jocund with well led and contented
SOidler.'. 7 ?) 'yi ry p .i
Considerable ferment was excited. by the iiu-
i,inooin a ieuer .IO-r remont J.lrciy. je-1
r ..- . m . . I
nounced by many,
-mi ". I
bieut. itajnor, wno esoapea irpm tboabel
t Rl,hmnd ia r VrtJrnnniU- nn. ,T7
at ptiobmona, I of rtortnnouth, Ohio, and i
offlcerof tried an fottttude.
What "Jesse" Told the President.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.
Mrs. Fremcnt, wbea Be, told h President
that bar busbsnd wonldxboos1etween obeyln
ik., .l.n.tU. . A .tt . oil,. 1 I
Wf- plala .trang. nmmj oeci
Circulated. . . ' ( ,T
.Twenty prominent peac-make-iaooot" tb
meet at RockvllUver arrested -bv General
Banks. ;; : sJ
The enemy hare now a picket smard on th
aontbwsstera alds-,ol Hatteras lalou ta wain I
moyemeot a aad a soul Farts Hatteras 'sad I
Is th LewJnrrtHe ixlrmua, onr. jotai'Tose
waV sersn .killed, fifleeu weuaded, and three
..M.a.. v.-., . ...... . - - . 1
The enemy on the rotomscr n believed, bv
officers la possession, of th latest Informatibn,!
consist ( on nundr and tweoty-lve hou
sand effeetiv men. Others rate tbem seventy
five thousund. ...... o.... -
A General who commanded a division af Bull
Ron, and in his report spoke lllehtinelv of the
volunteer, now pronounce the soldier one
nunarea ana any per cent, peuer than they
fere tbrn. '
One of the Baltimore legislators arrested.
a draft of a Secession ordinance in hi a
A spy, captured Within Our lines, S;a that I
rebel troops from tb extreme Sooth swear
will go borne unless led to attack Wash
lnston. - " - ' -
iicuk. ivajuur, ion wuio: captain ilUra, I
Second Kentucky; and Lieut. Murphy, Thirty-1
eighth New- York, escsped from Riebmond, and
iiisut. iuynor, r n-OhloT XtDtain Hurd.
arrived her last night. Tbey got put of jail
tying red flannel on tbe arm, which- passed
a surgeon's bade e. Thev made their way.
a compass purchased ia Richmond, tbrongh
inrssis ana oyer streams, across to tne low
erPatomaata onr flotilla. Tko.. . l,..n
earthworks about' Richmond, but no'
iuuuhwu,'- a prwoers are lu-treaiea, es
pecially einoe the HaUera affair. ' Twenty-five
undertook so escApe shortly before these suc
cessful ones; but were captured aud brought
back.' .j ;j tz,
British Neutrality—Cuba and the
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15.
gumming, of tbs ship Rlohmaad!
, with Captain Morrw, oommand-1
a conversation between
Lieut. A. B. C
tbe British guard ship Otens. the latter said
suppose you are in eeerch of privateers 7-
eooe." He read an extruot from a letter from
Lord Commissioner of. th Admiralty,
"Ia th vot of any vessel .bearing the Vag
oe voDicunraie otatee you are to obeerve a
strict neutrality." :The. fla Is dsscrlbad. and
letter adda thai the number of stars will bs
Increased ia case sew Btates should be joined
the Confederation. s
The proclamation of tbe Captain General of
vebs, recogaialng tba right or vessels flyiag the
rebel flag to enter that port, la. thought to be in
revenge for effort of our Consul st Havsna to
break down th slave trade.,'. .Th atpaaMi
Mlnialaa sweakeow nothing ofit. Itwasprob
sly tssusd npoa tb Csptauj General's ewnrs-
ti W. Walker, the New Tork Express cor
fespoadent, waa stabbed la lb tbdoaxn with a
aewl knife, by a Maryland prisoner, whose
story aa wutasung. n , i ) .-it .a-Aaw.'-.n
a are oruaraa so oaasrva a afeM
If the Bomtsr were to cota.iuu marrow, I
aUUoce you hsvs. A W can makc no differ-
Gen. Cox in Pursuit of Floyd.
Oca. Cos bu advanced sixteen miles above
Geuley Urldge, pureeing I loyd. . MqCook' brlr
ad joined him yesterday. .
Floyd and Wisa bav both asoepsd' ""i
upiew te in time to re an troop from. Ublo
The wounded are generally solar admirably.
Tweaty-nlne go home to-merrow. Johrt Ander
snd rstncK uavranagn, or Vinolnfiatl, died
day. Joseph Wissher (l?ih, Urbans), thigh
aaputated.f Charley Graf (10th, CluolnnaU),
amputated. Backer (9tb), leg amputated.
npuiatee. Mccer (f ta;, leg amputated.
,8al,-pot -Burgeon, Is tn charge of 'be
led. V'l npi'-! j 4t'
isral Cot took flfteenVlstmen festerdaV.
D. B Still Further Invasion by Consider
FRANKFORT, KY., Sept. 15.
'Gan. Zjllieoffer telerrspbed to Gov. Masoffls
that h bad ocoupled te three tour anountatuv
News from Cheat Mountain.
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 14.
Gan. Remolds has teleef sohad us from Cheit
Mountshi tbat he Is aos Cut off. and does not
Intead too. , He will hold his position at all
hasaris. i.'JiA 'i . w '' "'' - ' -
Tbeleneay- wit wpfTlor nnmbet iftra In
''!' . W.'ATA . :.
front of him, lit has fuur rcrlmems at Elk
Water. We lead bim three ri;lmeE.s to-dar.
They will not pass tbrongh Clucinnttl, as was
intended.- IJ ; ' SAMi
John J. Crittenden, Joe Holt, Andy
Johnson, and Horace Maynard.
Johnson, and Horace Maynard. MARYSVILLE, Sept. 14.
iiod. Joseph Holt, Joha J. Crittenden, Andy
I Tnhnmn an Hwaca MaTnard are adrertlaed to
I speak at a Union barbecue near this pltoe, on
eatnraay, tne xis inst.
The Fusion Convention.
libit, County Convention, held In this, city yes
a tar4ywUj,tie fyaund )n ourjocal colamn-. ',W
1 j The proceedings and" nominations of the Fu-
ntv pot time or spaoe te speaa ot to canai
date In detail, bnt merely say, in the language
or leading. Republican, ''It ijij lh weket
lieket thai has been nominated In opposition to
pithiooraoyMfn thi county, for- years;
sttorMt la r dead failure.''- " L
jThls is tha oplbton generally of all who speak
ot it. ,. vnun cea,.-' onort norse soon currieg,
1 ., .
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
Whereas, a ioint committee of both Houses of
& Z remmend TO133B
bamlllaUoa, prayer and fasting, to be observed
llu. fi... Af ika Utta ri.HMllHki
I of tne people or in united mates, witn reiig-
i tone eoiemnitiee bdu u ouei-ior ui lerreui
l.x , j j , .1 . r
sappllcatione to Almighty God, for the safety
mew arms ana ipwcvy rwwniuu ui peauo;
and, wbereas. because It Is all time fit and
becoming for . all people to acknowledge and
revere the supreme government of God, the
President baa appointed Thursday the 26th of
Bspwmber as a day ot numiiiauoo, prayer
SL SCr T T
f..Alka u m. 1 1 Ika aaula tk
1 SUWIBIVrflJ '' , .1 , 1 I- T.- I -
vitWiWia Dennison. Governor of the Bute
a r lk. aatiaa a eaanaMMaAil bm Ikau wtawnld
:i X, A.. Vf . : 7l JrrF-,
that day, in order that their prayers
?. W W
oi , oteer otatea, we guioanoe oj to. ouprene
In testimony w hereof j I bav hereunto set
or0"10' be efflxed thll Utq day Of Septtm-
br.'A:'D.U86i; of the organisation of our
Stat the 9tb, and of the Indep.ndenc of tne
UnitJ8UteOf America, 86th. - - ;
m4 "adleon, one Member of th But Senate for
.h, di.trteteoa.powd of the mantlet of franklin and
(fcUmy, two Mamtaeaof the Boaae ot Kepreaeatatiyee,
esa BnerlS, one auditor, ona Treaearer. one Beoordar.
AD(j fiu OUlCr iWaUS i3aaUig
Procl Azxieitloxx. ' '
mHB QtJAsMriBD VOTERS OF
1 I fiuklln ooanty are hereby notified to meet at their
anal f laoea or lioi4us oleetuaa Id uialr tespeetlra town,
aoifsaoawaraa,0BU T )fl j.. ,3 tKUli
SeCoad Tuesday of Octokeri A, D. I8fll
belac tha 6th day of the month, aad vote for tba follow.
las ouioera, to wit: tuna Uorernor, oae Lleatenant Gey
amor, on Supreme Judge, one Treuunr of State, one
vasiva. vm imyume m auii
SferMary of Mate, eat Ovmptiollar, on Member of tha
'oar o( Pnblla Work, one Ooatmon Ptoaa Judge for
one CommlMloner. one Coroner, one Infirmary Dim.
or.) The traateea of the aeyeral townahlpa are required
to return to the Clerk of the Oonrt the namee of tbe fol
lowing number oi orors:
tor Common PUmt end
.mptHor cor. -
Truro uhrf. 7
p., ..,..,.rt..rt, s
Pririe ...... .iw,
0 tin tan ...'...'
flaln i. ,
Blendon.... , ,
Cltatoa - .A.......
j!lniun , "
Brown mm...... i..... S
this 13th day
QlTtn under my hand and seal
ol September. A- D. 1881.
; . , 010BOI W. EUriHAN,
ttpi, t - ' i - oa'"" 01 sranaim vo., u.
Old Orders Redeemed.
lyOTICE It hereby f lyen that I will par. os pre
'h,jOonntjr Treatary, IndorMd, "Not paid tor want of
'-. '-'' '-"".'.'. ,0HJ - TH0.MP1i'', '
. Kiwwnt an ueouiaianauiK o
leplo-dulalt. '. ,
Treasurer franklin Oo.
- - LIQUOUO.
T LA,B., iA...-,
kf PABREL8 OLD UONOKOAHBLA
1VW So. do. BOURBON.
Jaat rtealyad and foraale low forreih. b
;. - I.ACKLI.e BiliR h. DO .
'' 1 -' SS4 Bouih fllehatieet,Colambui.
Met', i--... -, V
States Express C.,
T 'I !i '
FAST FREIGHT X.INE.
1 '' A -" --
Via. flew York a? Errt Jtallroad,-.
t N Bit
t u r. i i i
Ohutered Can ovesmset okU uTs&(& Trains
M. H.1 nOVIT.iAi'O -1 A.-l,.-sIiaHt.
861 Broadway, H. T.
'I vo I
WM. B. PIRRt, SanetlafeljenIiaaAlo.---.
I III "rMlt oTSOS.As;ente
i"'. i t-.,' r.-a sr . warns luaaa srer o 1 1
U .ita1i Sirs IV4 s I
t oxajarar xs.ooia.Xor . u
" Utsof PhlensItabllahBent,H.T:j!,iA':-"
TtROPHltiTon OP Vltsi Iwritsf Vn'n'ir
JL f aahlonable Shaylng, Hatr Cutuof ,. Bbampounlas.
OarlloandPtveIsaSaloviH?AMk C7 7TJZV
South Highi BtemwciBaiafa 6txe,,i
.- ' .... .. ... -ut. rr--'
wsers eatitraeuon will b- giyVln 'efrthe yutoot
branchaa, r f ii h f7 1 , J'Arul It J u -
Udrea' d 014111018 Bair -J)reSlS (ace Is the baaf
Npl3dly .l-!it-i' l ojbnai.il aa.ilLda.n
T I ! ,- , i, iuiua i Un lwi fl '
,1 . . : i i- 'Mjoaan
7 LiLOBLLB nOC3 & Oa
'l l.l ', .,1 .,,IA V) S'.lj fcvt-w-.'
1 .. I . .4m r.i.e Uv.ii
.. ,lf .'I (;V f t' f Vll -V.MKt
t.tjcsr.aefif a riiiT rtr
it alliu ,ua OASKa
' V M .i ,t vit-i'.'n.,S e'f.Vf1
WaMtOTJfia 4KB Of FIOM, SI WtJTll TfiaH IT.,
RBKIOVJBS AND PHKVKlfTfl 1N
SjimmAUoa and pain, and nls Ui wonMwrD,
eaM, brnlH,oiit or tmh wonnd ol anf kind, prertBli
twcillnf and paln.Yrom ties. sUuga, mofqulU btUa, and
polibDouf pluiu, Dcaralgl. rkaiunallua, aRU In tha
breot, nit ihiam, Mc. Wbm taken tntaraalljr, It will
potltlTal cur oronp 1 children, and (ires kmaedUt
nliaflB tbs wantoaas ol tbia Strrlbla oampllot alto.
remoTM hMneneai and aor throat. Prloa, US MiUr
bottl.. : BholdblnTjboBja. for la by Dnif
(lata and Biorekoepori.-" -, : .IRVUI 8T0N,
iaowrivpn(iof,avi .aproMit.,IBW York
! No Mai jutioeioaa te do the1 afovjaprcpiratlcas
but hr praauriae and raadfcif dMrlHT Muophlou
be found 1
id Wltfl au aeaiani, or will m aent by froprietor
formulas and Trial Bottlaa aent to Fhyit
olana, who will Pad yalopaUpi lnbeh Worthy their
acceptance and approval." ... r
, Oorreapondanae ae Hot tad from all whoae neoeetltias or
eurloalt; prompts to a trial of tha aboye reliable Heme
for sale ha Oa anal wholesale snd retail dealer1
everywhere. . . , , ,
JOHN t. IttlHilfEWliLLi froprlete
i r"l J ;;chsiibt ANTj ; rflAaaAtnimsr, a .(
' SoV a Commsrelal Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Botarta A flamnel. W. B. atanle. J. B. Oook, J. M
Denis, tb Denli A Bens, A, J . fiohaeller A Bon, AaenU
(qr1Clun4kua,Vhlni-)I,t, !.- Ivart m ni mrl-dlf
O. L- "WuSLGa-STlZIXI.
XT AS JUST RECEIVED, AND WI1X
XA be In dally receipt, by Ixprej,.o,f ,
i !E8B CAN: & XEQ 0Y9TEES,
fram Balttmora aad fair Bayen. !' ' "
Call at Wagner'a Oyaterand fruit Depot, No. SI Kart
State atreei. .rt-ilc-? n.ys inao.srr'
BUgSttf.. rrl .&?
No, 29 South High Street, Colombaa,
P.1 KOW OFfEEINO
J. S009 yards Xiarvua. . , Prest doed stBV, value
r;Xcenti. i ,, , i.
8300 yards IrMeUnaDreaaOoeda atl3, yahw SOeU.
K yards KngUth Bteages at WX.yalae 1 oeatei. -1(100
yards Irench Oixandiee at 1SX yalue 84 oanta. i
9O&0 rarda feat Oolorw) Lawna at JO, Taloe 1 cents.
1IKJ0 nrda Vanlard Uraee Sllka at 37 X. yalna S eenkl.
1500 Tarda Super Plato Black Bilk at a 1 00. yalue $125,
Kobe, of Oivaadle peragej, and JtnglUh BeTage, alone
nau uicir raiue.
eV PUHUI staiSJU DIIPCII
.SAbaI .'sit ,iie5.f.---
4l a aSyaS.w5.Wfr VJ a i.t,M r
,-, r:li-l - nv,' ,-,ilir-- fl c-iti. Iflw la r.c
N 0. 34, N ORTH H I Q H -8 TREE T.
in. W li tL-ae-wos IA
to tinum It -5' W-.rrv-n
Thi old atand reontly aocapted tiJWUcVOVkli)
1 (-T -I I .'J J.i't -.11 J,-""'
i :-t:vmS-a,iiiadanfrtcelyt of'
" .rxcoili.','! 3-uO ii
nmenne win sen
Chjoii Jp f&&i y,"C6aji, ry'Psradu
KjT Qp?,!. jjpif trad.;M!"'l'n'a',Cn
Wf.l. II. RESTIEAUX,
J18O00I8S0E TO McXM A BISTIIATJXi
1 5 ) ol tsji;t.Ti Bl"fi,Tynl ut' i'K;).'i c
I ,i I .. i'Jw iliW n.'-i-e.l .( .-i.t -
GROCERIES, PROD U C E
Li i.j -t.'-i - - t'.Truul 1 V "i ' -v'.
Foreign afitf Domestic Fruits; -,
bv r n ri
i u u n( on u I,
SALT, LIQUORS, KTO
I r I F a - "
sronVcE & COMMISSION
-i n .-trm ii 1 j , ml ir-t-rt 7-rn-r t - mni
EtJOJJOBlY lis Tt'EALTIl." .,,.',' ,
Whaerer bnya atheap eomponnd o( Saleratna, throwa
away hit ttmfj: ' fhoee who parctuar Pla't Dietetic,
get a' phre'-krid whtlriqine'.a'rtlcle at hair Its Valse ssd
donble .their ' outlay; Jppt 35 Weahlngton street.
Bold by grocers everywhere. -
i, ., ,i', . , i ,r
SOW LOST. EOW .EISIOaiD.
Jutt Fnbllahed In S sealed Isyelope; Prke 6 ets.i
LEbTCKl ON TH1 NATCRB, THATMIIT AND
RADICAL nnua Of BPEaMATOKliUKA Or Seminal
Weakseas, lnroluntaty Smlmlona, Bexnal Debility, and
Impedimenta to Marriage irenerallly, Neryouineea, Con
samation. KnlleDir and fits. Mental and Pbyaioal In
eanaclly, reaulting from Self-abuae, Ao. By JKobert t,
Oa4erwell,M.p,,aotlwro thoflreniBook,Ato. ;
IA flaon ta TUdasabd of'Bnf fcrers,
Bent Under seal,' to s jlaa snvslope, to any sddreai,
. 0. KLINB. 137 Bowery. Mew York, Foal Office Box
ASS. tep7;amdAw '
xmcrs or isileouLaritieb avoidxd.
T()omaWuhg'iiiUkln,W Iufcita and modes
life) oftes produce . Irregnlsrltisa In tba .bowels and
general health of .the ayltenyt JBiatt JBsaltsasra's fttts
will eobn cure, the stomach will regain Its strength.and
PMlihy' action of be eyatem wHl se. jeatorad, Ds
are equal lAutefnlneae to tbe . a 1
nBANDRETHO UNIVEBSAIi SALVE
dc AIiE,0OUK'M POHOtjl PtASTKBS,'
. IrarV man of tha fIRA lOUAVfS had a box of
SKIN PBXTH'B PILIB box ot TJNITXBSAl U1XTE,
snd ss ALLOOOK'B POROUS PLASTER put In their
knapsatk free of exposes. And to this tact may bs at-
tribute the absence of any ot THIS KBOIVBNT frota
thahoaplUl. , ; ,Vj . '. ' vj V .,
"T.fRT BOLVrCB, ahould hare toaot Brandrrth's
riua a v iiun, uu a pnea m rorouj riaiter.
TWy arejgaj lotta uaernl, often llfe-earlng.
B9I4 W Joan A. Coos, Vranbt, Oalsmbas, sad by
ail laapaetahle dealers In medicine. " '
BIOFFATra L,tTB PILMvi'i I
oases of eostlreneas, oyapeprts, bUltctu add Over
oS a, piles, rbeunatlam. - fevers and anea. aaatt
saleneid aches, snd sll srmsl darsnsaaenSi of haalt
JfaaiUsnsvslnvajuwy proved saertatd and spaed
line, uii wia wih pmoe ins hue rim swfoas
aUanoh ofcompetltloa-ia- theeeSmatloa of every ps
Hast. 3i lwlvid.n im.-v.
Sr. MoffatTrEanlttera will be a4 Mealtf ef
Asaeteus In all cases of nerr.ua doblllti.aVapepatB, head
aohS,tbs Skkneas ineident te (pataits U dcUcate heaili,
every Ska cd waaanaaa-i ae eugsattv sviaas.
fot salteyPv. W. . atOVf AT. P5, Broadway, H..T.
and by All Ptjai'ft.Va'i
'1 ' r,' I ...11 HVil - 1111 ""' ' J"'"' -' -''
Hie followinj it itn extract .from
UtllerwVltteaby tfcaBv. B.'.Bohaestor wf ' Bit
fttoireUlBt-BtretrtBAptle Brooklyn, If . Y.,t
Ihawedrnal and Veeaesger," OUmessa, v., sad Speaks
TtflttineS la favor af that wot lAisnewae saedJcthf , KM.
WiMiei's BooTrtiwoBrscv soaCmuiaio) Ttxjuiaal ''
"Westasn Vori'wnt to your sotumns efHas
WmefcoW'a 8"f" . "w wo sever aalds ar
a i" !-ine before Is our life, but we
feai anmpei I'd to t wyuiirrl.ratliatthlfleno bum
br-M,i't i ray an naon St ra at tU-ft
tMma. It a uruMttly ooe afUrs meet' aueoewial medi-
MoftbadAy,iMeMumaaeeiaMteet. an tnse
Kaderaniwaate Itahiee eas't do bettr than
SBppl.JJ'-! ..' .-l a7:ly4fcW
i,' PROF. Li MILLER'S
An Effeotlve, 8afo and Eoonomioal
:, , . Compound, . , aptjts- v. aw; .-4Urtm
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR 7
To Its original color without dyeing-, and preventlSf i
'U .. Balr from tunlns gray. . j. . 1
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And onrmr It, whan there Is the least particle of rttall
i or recuperative energy reauinlns. I i
IFQR REMOVING SCURF AND PANDRUF ZJ
And all ontaneona atreouona or tne Scalp, v
FOR BEAUTirYING THE HAIR, ,U U
Imparting to It an aneqaled (lose and brilliancy, makloi
it aoft and allky In Its texture, aud canting U to
The great celebrity and Inoreaalng demand for thia an.
equaled preparatioa, oonyinoea the proprietor that one
trial ia only neoeaaary to aatiify s dieoerniog public of it
eaperlor qualitiee over any other preparation la as, it
clean we the head and scalp from dandruff and other
oataneoua dteeaee, oanttng the hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, aoft. gloeay and flexible appearanoe, aa , 1
alao, where the hair ia loosening and thinning, It will glTS
strength and vigor to the note and reatore the growth to
boae parts which hare become bald, eauing It to yield all
reib ooyerlng of hair. . -.war
There are hnndrede of ladles and gentlemen Inr Stew
Tork who haya had their hair reatored by the nee of this
Inylgerator, whan all other preparatlona have failed. Ii.
at. baa in bla poaaeealon lettera lnnamerabla teatirylaa ,-
to the above facta, from pereone of the highest redaeota. ri
blllty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning .
until the lftteet rjarlod of Ufa! ind Ihmu. k.'., 1.-1. .
haa already changed ltaoolor. the nae ot tha Invigorates, r'
will with oertalnty reatore It to It to Ita original Sua. rrt . '
1 . Am-I. . ........ - . - . . ' .
lng It a dark, gloeay appearanoe,
a imriuma lor UO -to
rati re It Is parlicularlv mm. ' .
tolietawia uair juei
mtmnA-A. hftwln an aaracahla frrnvranaii! .n 1. ..... a.
eiliUee It afford, in dreeelng the hair, whloh, when moiat
with the Invigorator, can bs dreased In any required
form so as topreeerve Ita plaoe, whether plslnor In curie) ,
henoe tbe great demand for It by the ladies aa a atandard,
toiletartlcle which none ooght to ba wtthouts the price ...
pavcea It within the reach of all, being ;;,,...!
i Only Twenty-Fivd Centi r-!
pe)r bottle, to be had at all retpeetabls firugglils ssd
. Perfsmera. K
t. IITLLIR would call tbs attention of Parents sad ' '
Osardiana to tbe use of hla Invigorator, In eases where
the children'a hair Inclines to be weak. The see of It '
aye the foundation for apoodAaod of Hair, aa It re- i
movea any Impurities that may have beooms soaneoted r
wtth the acalp, the removal of which Is neoeaaary both .
fof the health of the child, and tbe future appearanoe of -
Oaottos. Nona genuine without the fae-elmtls KOni
miiiiinn. ovine; on mo oaurr wrapper; aiao, 1,. M1L
liBtt'B HAia lnviuvBATvn, n, X.
blown In the
V7boIeaals Depot, M Sey Street, and Sold by all the
principal Merchant, and SrugglaU throughout the World v.
(.tboral diieouAtlo parobaMn by tseqaknlity.- v
4 I alto desire to praatnt to the Americas Public my
irtw Ain. mPBOvzu , a tununovn
I UQUJD JIAIR DYE,-; -
Which, after years of oclanttno experimenting, I have. P.
brought ta perfostios. t It dyes Black ot Brown hmtanthr
widioutuijury to tha Bair or Skin; warranted the beat
article of the kind t exirtanoe. ; ,T h )
PRICE; '.ONLY. DO CliNTiC
Depots 6G: Dey sStv Nevr 'York. u
0otfc3:dAwly.n;;) , , , ;jj J j f: iJ.;-i13W
HO. 89 - afjTJTH HIGH ITBEXT, y
RBl NOW OIPFERINa -
10 00 yarda BupTr Plain Black Bilkt st 1 OO-Vala-:
,$00 yarda, Traveling Preaa sad Mantle Goods UT?
,.M-eenisp-vslss 0 eento per yard. - ' ,ui 10
3,Q00 yards White Brilliants at 19 1-9 cents
. . vlus 90 eenta per jard.
8,000 yards Tins and Someatlo Ologhama greatly W--yr
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. LARGE AMD DESIRABLE LOTS OP
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LAWVI, CAUOOEB," ropiniB,
""SAMta'ALL ATiirri :t"r;
Nsw and P"ah.ioritle Xxvsss Good J
in tha moat deilrable styles snd st very lowere price. ,
Of all materials, made In the most ttylbh manner after.... .,
theatoat Paris Paehtons toe most elegant styles n
the Sity. ...1 ,j
. :- J ,. - - i-.'.l1 BAIlt At BOW, ' '
may 30 , ,. do. 29 South High street .
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niLLions of monev :i
For an Inch of Time! ' '
WAS ONCE THH EXCLAMATION Or , J
S dying Queen. That inch of time can be procur- "k
td at a mueh cheaper fate, aad many long years of "
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS Oi Xi
enjoyed by eonaultlng Dr. afBRRTtVcATBIR, wlro'V
im nrlntr thS SnnStP nKatlrtataa SaSMi l.aa.al-aMi4lwear Mlaaaiaa . .
of tha L0N08, HB ART, IIVBR, KIDNByS, BI.AD k
DER, BIOMAOH RUB 0MATISM DI8BABBS PBOO-"
LIAR TO PKUALK8. BKIM DI8BA8BS. AMD ALL'0
aiiiviiuno ur xiia aia axiii MAthr . .r-L
t acts arc atnbbarxt Thlarsi .
Beat what the Philadelphia oorreepondent aaye In tha
Oommonweallb," Wlingtoav Delaware, ta 0f April,
mar. , - ., , ... . jr.-'Si
An Knrllak rehtleman. formerly connected with tha
orium Arm jr. ana woo eiyjea nuneeit iua - .naian
Botanla Phyaiclan,' haa of late gained an extensive repu-.
tattoo hare by bis akill In curine- all maansr of 00m -
plaints. Soma of hla patients f have ooarersod with. -it K
and they pronounce his remedies and mode of trestmaat-wU
as very superior. Boms navs been reatored as U M r,A
magic. 1 Tbs medlclno ho uses Is distilled by htmeelf .at -t
from verloue herbs poaaesalng rare aarallre airopsrtiea.
' While acting Is tnaanajr Sa deroud his lalaan a Ct I
atanfa L. a Ihbrnuffh attlitv nr th. .frMirfr nmAHMA k
eaaee. j It aeeme he haa found a aurs and epeedy reme
dy for all the 'Ilia that Bert la heir to.' Bis pracUoe ia
already extenalve and la dally1 Increasing. - In the com
plaint, to which femalee are aufcjooted, be bas no equal,
aaa la rye number hers bay teetlfled that they owe net
, ill 1111 il. 1 MMUfl rmrt n . .11 ...... . n.
WiT . i. !" health, but their Uvea, to the -akill
of'thle Indian Botanle Phjalclan. v""
Office 87 East Stat Sfreyl7 CoTnnjbnsr-""
-ui I tf.tiK ba n:l3HU
at J .IM
Elegant lace ;antflM ,'g,
NrJ. 29 South HJgfh"St5g;
PUSHER, fRCTCH'AND- CEaNTILL A PT" -f..LACE
MANTILLAS AND POJNTESrt
very Vwf Prenor rionnciDg La9e;.flA.s bnA
1 Thread, Frenoh, Cbantllla tt Qenevesjy j,0g; ;
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VJoaclenne, Point d 0, BrusjolB
,wicl Ttreal' lacei tad Collar,' '
7ALENCIENNE3 TRIMMED JHT;lff,'""t;Q
mALTtSE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
; LINEN C0LLAK3 ft CUFFS, ...rr ai.irl
1 1 Ji
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In new Shaptsimt
r Arr.lv COLLARS & CUFFS,
BltlU, POItJl CHIVIES, , T , rrf.-yi lst ' .
, fcATXIXAB, JIROOHB VAIMOIAB. "
The beat and most faeblenabls atyles la the elty,.
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