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MULSH, rnhllahsn-
UKO. W. fflAWi-KWWV Bailor.
wrdDAY-MORMINQTsEPT- 1861,
Democratic Union Nominations.
' ' "fOR GOVERNOR, T'v
Hugh J. Jewett, .
OI OTetekengaiUa -t-
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, 1 ' "
John G. Marshall.
i ... ol UrWB ...
BUPREMK JUDGE, ' '' ,J ; - ,;
THOMAS J. S. SMITH.
, , , Of Montgomery. , , '
TREASURER OF STATE,
(IFOHGU W. HOI-MKSt
... v i of Hamilton. ' ' .'.
. '! ' 8BCRSTABI Of 8TAT1.
WILLIAM XT. AUMSTBOKfJ,
Seneca.'
.' ' ' . COMPTROLLER, ; '. '
' TVAKNE CBlSWOI.) '
Of PUlateay.
BOARD OF POBLIO WORKS,
JABEZ W. riTCII,
Of Cuyahoga.
FOR COMUOM FLEAB JUDUK,
'UABIUB, nMAWAVABO BUOUO)
I1GNKV N. HEDGES, Sen.
Of Pidtateay. - ,
- ' ' ' ETAT1 SENATOR,
,': ' (riuiuii abd pickaway)
' Augustus v. yiittiiii.i't
j.nr-. .-of ; . -
UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
TICKET.
RgrBItjxNTATIVIS,
GEORGE L. CONVERSE, '
OTTO DRESEL.
."?! .nmxn, ' ,' ' :.
GEORGE W. HUFFMAN. : .
'V . AUDITOR i "" "
MATTHIAS MARTIN.
TREASORIB,
JOHN G. THOMPSON.
RICOXDH,
NATHAN COLE.
O0MIIIM1ONIB,
. JACOB BLYH.
CORONER,
ELIAS GAVER.
INFIUtART DIRECTOR, !.
PHILEMON nEss. J; '
Mass Meeting at Marion.
Got. Sam-oil Medait will address the Mas!
Meeting at Marion, in Marion county, on Sat
SUt, at 1 P. M.
AMOS LAYMAN,
Secretary Dem. State Ex. Com.
Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
Tbe Democratic Union State Executive Com
mittee hare made arrangement for holding
Mau Meeting as follow!
At Coihoctoh, Coshocton county, on Toes
diy, September 24ib, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. Hugh J. Jewett and other.
At Mansfield, Richland county, on Wednes
day, September 25th, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. H J. Jewett and Hon. B. Euros.
At WooeTia, Wayne county, on Thursday,
September 26th, at 1 P. M. Speakers Hon.
H. J. Jewett and other.
At Cleveland, Cuyahoga county, on Friday
evnine-. Sentember 27th. Speakers Hon. H.
o r ,
J. Jewett and other. .
At Toledo, Lucas county, on Saturday, Sep
tember 28th, at 1 P. M. Speaker Hon. H. J.
Jewett and others. ' ;
At Jackson C. II , Jackson county, on Satur
day, September 21st, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. John G. Marshall and others. ,
Other meeting will be announced soon. . ,
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary.
The Rebel Force.
The New York Hirtld gives the following
stimate of the number of troops which tbe
rebel Confederacy has in the field. The esti
mate puts in tbe field one in every four of the
men In each seceded State between the ages of
eighteen and forty-five, except tbe States of
North Carolina and Georgia, from which we
have official statements of tbeir exact numbers,
which show that these two States have less than
one in six of their respective male populations
between eighteen and forty five years of age, at
present in the service:
a
MiU Population
eT4MM It) and 4i.
Troop.
Alabama .
Arkansas.
JOtt.OOO . .
. 63,0110 .
84,000
16,200
16.000
119,000 '
75,t!00
' 71,000'
ltt.uie -
J67.0O0
84,WHt '
Sit.ooo
60,000 '
4,000
Vlorida
Georgia.....:....
LooUlAoa. .......
MiMinippI
Horti Carolina...
Twin asm.... A..
Texta
Vinrinia.... ....
oath Carolina
19,1150
' 18,700
lfc.OOO
, M, 100
35,000
81,01)0
00,000
15,000
Total .Nosaed State 1,116,000
Add to the number the rebel troops
three of the n on -acceded slave States:
Missouri...
RanWckj ..
30 000
, : s ooe
. 1,000
Maryland
..... .. ...... ........
Total S8.000
And we have a grand total of 279,160 soldiers
In the service ot tbe bogus Confederacy, with
their mala body, or about one half tbe whole
number, on the Potomac, and the remainder
scattered at different points in Virginia, on tbe
sea-coast and on the Mississippi river. ,
New York Politics.
The Syracuse Journtl understands that the
President of the "People's Convention'' has re
ceived a telegraphic dispatch from the Hon.
Daniel 8. Dickinson, declining any nomination
by the Convention, and aajing that he thought
he could be of more beneit to the patriotic
cause in another way.
17 Illinois nas forty-seven regimenal in the
field, and ia rapidly organising' thirteen more.
Sixty regiment :ad. ixty'tuofaeeod soldiera!
What State haa beaten 1111001?'"
: -' - ' ' ZSr -
Tm Fkuno M New BaDNfwicx. 'A gentle
man In New Brunswick writes aa follows to the
BeetMesjsW! ' !-n;w:..-v'-
"I nope you wlU'toon gef )our 'diffioulllee
with tbe Soatb settled, as we feel tbe eifecU of
tbe war almost as much as you do. We, In tbe
Colonies, used to eympatbise with the -North)
but sosse of your paper oome out ee strong
aud abusive against England aed the Colonies,
without any cause or reason, that a reaction Is
really taking place. ' This Is a pity, for it
make hard feelings on both sides, when' It
ought to be different, aa we are mil one people
and should cultivate a friendly feeling." '
Republicanism Dead in New York.
The Republican party Tiai In name and In
York, atfweU as
faot bioome dofunet in New.
There was a Republican State Convention,
and also what was called .;People'! Conven
tion." held at Snacute last week. Tbe latter
nominated the followine State ticket! ' -
kUnrmi.rSmmirml D. S. DlCtflNSON, 01
Broome.
Seertfry f ( Horatio Ballasd, of Cort-
Und. , f v - : : '' '.'
CmptrUr-i-Luctu Rosinion, of Chemang. -3Virtr-WiuiAM
B. Uwi. of King.
r Canal Ccmmiutmarr. A. ALisAoaa (long
term) B. l' Baool (short teraO 1 '
Stale Priiw Intpteltr Assam B. Tamaii, ol
vu :
a,.,. i,'.oiUMh.WiuuM B. Taylor, of
Caurt cf AtBtallVlUUM B. WaiOIIT, Of
Ulster.' 1 j
The Tritunt elves the recent polltioal stand
log of six of the principal of these nominees, as
iuiiowb: ,..-' V
Daniel S. Dickinson, whq heads the ticket, It
deseribes as "always a Democrat of theatraiteit
sect." ,. V
Mr. Ballard was, "till within a month,
member of tbe Soft Democratic State Commit'
tee, and a warm supporter of Mr. Dooqlai dur
ing the last Presidential election." --
Mr. Robinson Is "a Republican of Democratic
antecedents." '- " ". . " .
Mr. Lewi !'wts recently Comptroller of the
city of Brooklyn," and "was elected to that post
by the American party." . ' '
Mr. Albekgei, who is the Mayor of Buffalo,
"entered the Republican organisation from the
Democratio party." -f ' . . '
Mr.TarrAM was a "Douglas Democrat." . '
Thus of the leading candidates on tbe fore
going State ticket, three, according to the Tti
bunt, are DemoeiaU who voted for Mr. DodoLas
last November, and all of them, with a single
exception, are of Democratic antecedent.
If UUfff UfJ V-VBflTO A fWJJ.f, vwu. - ,
which Dominated Ibis ticket, was In session at
Syracuse, a Republican State Convention was
sitting in the same city. Conscious of the
weakness of tbeir party, and Its Inability to
stand alone, the .Republican Convention made
overtures to the other body for nominating a
joint ticket. But the "People's Convention"
would have nothing to do with them. They
went forward, did np tbeir work and then , ad
journed. ., ;: ,..'1 a '
The Republican managers, remembering
doubtless the story of Mohammed and the
mountain, concluded as the "People's Conven
tion" would not come to them, tbey would go
to it. So they indorsed, confirmed and agreed
to support the whole ticket the 'other Conven
tion bad made, with one exception, nominating
a Mr. Tallmadoi for Canal Commissioner In
place of Mr. Beoci. . . .,
Thus Republicanism in New York as in Ohio
may be reckoned among the things that were,
bnt are not. It Is fast dying out as a political
organization all over the country. ( But the
amalgamation . ticket which ita .leaders have
sold out to in New York doea not seem to be in
better odor there than ' the mongrel No-party
ticket In Ohio. , Both are gotten np as a Jure
to Democrats to help certain men to get into, or
retain office. ' Both are an acknowledgment
that there is no salvation for the country, tbe
Union and the Constitution . without resorting
to Democratio men, measures and principles.
Tbe next step will be a general rallying of the
people to the old Union Democratic party as tbe
only ark of hope or safety amid this fearful
storm which threatens to overwhelm our Repub
lic in anarchy and ruin.
Important Naval Movements.
commit no impropriety announcing that
tbe preparations ror two important movements
against the Southern coast are going rapidlv
forward, so that the expedition will be ready to
set sail within a very few weeks. In one of
tbem, tbe land forces will probably be under
Major-uenerai Butler, and in the otber, under
Brigadier-uenerai bnerman.wnois now in com
mand of the important camp at Hempstead,
Long Island. We believe that tbe number of
troops of all arms employed In tbe two will be
about twenty-five thousand men, with naval
forces of proportionate strength, freoisely
what places are to be assailed we do not know.
and would not state If we did; but we may
safely infer from tbe magnitude of the prepara
tions that the object of attack are points of im
portance, and that tbe blows to be etruck are
intended to be felt with crushing effect in the
very centers or tne rebellion. ,
Unfounded Statement.
Tbe New York Indepndtnt, speaking of Gen.
Fremont's proclamation, says: , ,
"Since the Missouri rebels are almost exclu
sively slaveholders, thii proclamation it tanta
mount to tht abolition of tlavery In that State, by
word and a blow." " -'-
Truth requires the contradiction of the state
ment implied above. Mnoh the largest portion
of the slaveholders In Missouri are faithful ad
herents of tbe United States. - The entire num
ber of slaveholderi here is small. And if it
were true that the rebels were, as the New
York paper asserts, "almost exclusively slave
holders," the faot would show that the merest
handful of men could keep the whole State in
confusion, and repel large armies. A moment'!
consideration must show the folly of such a
misstatement. But we must repeatagain, that
the men who are in the rebel army ander Priee
own few slaves the most of them are adven
turers, waiting for anything to turn np to better
weir conoiuou. u. am ocpuontan. ;
Jeff. Thompson's Sanguinary Proclamation.
lanaatioa.
The St. Louis Democrat gives the sanguinary
proclamation of the rebel chief, Jeff. Thompson,
witn tne comment:
HEADQUARTERS FIRST MILITARY DIST., M. S. G.
CAMP HUNTER, September 2, 1861.
Tt all whom it may concern t ,
Whereas, Msior-General John C. Fremont.
commanding the minions of Abraham Lincoln,
rn tne otate oi Missouri, basaeen Jut to declare
Martial Law throughout the whole State, and
has threatened to shoot any citiien soldier
fonnd in arms within certain limits: .also to
confiscate the property and free the negroes be
ionging wine memoersoi uie Missouri Bute
uuarda. ' Tbereiore, know ye that I. Ja. Jeff.
Thompson, Brigadier-General of the First Mili
tary District of Missouri, having not only the
military authority of Brigadier-General, bat
certain police powers, granted by Acting Gov
ernor Thomas C. Reynolds, and confirmed after,
ward by Governor Jackson, do most aolomnly
promise that for every member of the Missouri.
State Guard or soldier of our allies, the armies
of the Confederate States, who shall be put to
death In pursuance Of the said order of General
Fremont, that I will hang, drav and fuarttr, a
minion of laid Abraham Lincoln. .
While I am anxious that tots unfortunate
war shall be conducted, if possible,, upon the
moat liberal principles or civilised . wvfere
and every order that I ' bare, issued hap been
with that object yet If (bis rule ia to. be adopt
ed (and It must first be done by osrr enemies).
i loieuo. to exceed ueaersi r remoDt ja hie ax
eesaea, and will make at tori (hat coma in
mj reach rn the day that a different policy was
adopted by their leaders.'. Already mills, barns,
warehouse aod other private property have
been waatefuliy and wantonly destroyed by the
enemy la this district, while we have taken .no.
thing except articles strictly contraband or ab
solntely necessary. Should these thiogs be re
peated, I will retaliate ten toll, so heln me
M. JEFF. THOMPSON,
Brigadier General Commanding.
Yon see Jeff, is area J if U In eatoejt.
If be Bets an upportunitv. ha will ctrUloU burl
L. W. M.
( , , 7 j
Hon. 3. 9. Jicluon, member of Conirees. ren-
reeeoting the Second diatric of Kentucsj, is
raising a regiment oi eavairy in L.ouiviiie tor
the aerviee of the United S(atea. -'. cc.-p i ;
Incidents of the Battle at Carnifex
Ferry—Colonel Lytle and Captain
McGroarty.
We take the following from lU Cincinnati
Lnqnirtr of yesterday, the 17th Inst.:
We had the pleasure last night of a personal
interview with Colonel Lvtlo and Captain Mo
Groarty, of Abe gallant Tenth, who arrived at
about five o'clock vesterdav evening, on the
steamboat Wave, in company with Lieutenant
Fanning and Color Sergeant Connor, who were
also wounded in tne engagement at larnnex
Ferry. We round tbe Colonel at the residence
f his brother-la law. Samuel : J. UroadwtU
Eta t stretched upon an eaav lounge, and as
comfortable aa tbe affectionate solicitude of
."ministering aneels" ean render blm.
. Tbe shot which disabled him passed through
the enlf of bis leg, which must have been thrown
eomsehat forward, for tbe came bullet wound
ed to tbe death bis gallant steed, who after the
fall of the Colonel, dashed forward, and leap
ing the parapet died within the entrenchment of
tbe enemy. Uaptatn jncuxoariy iniormeu us
that tbe Colonel was unhorsed by the wind of a
cannon ball, and that as he lay upon the ground
b picked off a couple of the enemy with a rifle
which was handed him, at the same time al
though he must have necessarily endured much
pain from tbe wound continued to Issue ble
orders as coolly as if it were a dress parade
Tbe ball, wbiuh wee a Minnie, Just scraped tbe
bone and missed the arteries, otherwise it would
have been a much more serious affair. As it Is'.
a short time will place tbe gallant Colonel onoe
more upon bie legs, sound as ever, save ine marx
of an honorable scar.
It Is nleasautto mark tbe enlbulsm which
lights up tbe eouuteoaD.ce of tbe commander of
tbe Tenth while speaking oi nis regiment; ana
it Is equally eo to hear how thoroughly every
man in that regiment ie devoted to their com-
mander. "Why," said Captain Stephen, "there
are no men but would battle to the death If led
by Colonel LyUe;" and the sentiment came
from tbe heart. ' ' ." - ' '
Captain MoGroarty was snugly ensconced in
the bosom of his family, the pain of his wound
materially assuaged by the sympathy and at
tendance of near and dear relations. ' He had a
narrow and reallf wonderful eeoape, as the ball
entered tbe chest near the shoulder, and passed
out throogMhe back, fortunately without com
log in contact with any vital portion of the in
iarlnr.' i.' ' " :- '''.'
In this condition be lay for four hours, with
the regimental flag, the euff of which had been
splintered, in bis possession. Uncertain how
tbe fortune of battle might terminate, and de
termined that the eherisbed banner should not
fall Into the bands of tbe enemy, be succeeded
in soraDlog with hla band, as he lay upon bis
back, sufficient dirt to conceal It, but wben for
tune determined upon our side, the reaction was
so great that, in spite or tae loss ot oiooo,
whioh had formed a pool where he lay, he arose
to his foot, and gallantly waving tbe flag, bore
ittothecamp. -'" '
About tbe time tbat uoiooei Jbytie leu, a snot
struck his Secretary, John H. (rreen, in the
breast, who was biased by the side of his com
mander. . Mr. Green way the correspondent of
the Eiuiuvrtr, and witb note book ana pencil in
hand, he was with the front rank wben he re
ceived his wound, o.i ' ' "
"Mr. Green." aaid the Colonel, as they laid
him gently by bis side, "wDy in Heaven's name
did you expose yourseii to tnis easuaiiy i" : :
'Colonel," be replied, "i came because
thought it would encourage the men." L
We art happy to etata that Mr. Green's
wound, although at first deemed mortal, has as
sumed a favorable tarn, and there is well-found
rl turn that ha farill ruMivar. " -K.v'. .
1 The Tenth eaetsined the brunt of the fight for
an hour and a half, and folly realized the high
expectation of those who knew tbe fighting ele
ment of which tbey were composed.' Led by
their commander, not a man of them bnt would
have itormed the batteries, and died where he
stood, rather than yield an loop. -
' The firing is said to have been fearful, and
tbe storm ot buueta irom we enemy s mirencn
ed position was Incessant) and yet our men be
haved as cool and self-possessed as could vet
eran soldier, although but few had over smelt
powder .before.-1 We do not disparage any
other oorpe attached to our gallant army in
Western Virginia wben we aay tnai tne 1 entn,
thu far, has proved itself the ereck regiment of
Ohio. . " ' '
Thr Jaw ' im thy. Fkdcral At .The
Jewish Metteneer alludes to the patriotic action
of the Jews as follows: ,. , . , , :.,
' In the army of the Union our people will be
found to occupy no insignificant part, taking
into consideration their comparative fewness of
numbers. Commissioned and aonommisslon.
ed officers as well as privates of the Jewish
faith there are many: some, in oommand of fine
regiments and gallant oompaniee nave made
tbeir mark already; some nave oeen stricken
down bv tbe hand of tbe destroyer; soma have
received wound! wnicn a metime may not neai;
but, on the whole, they have baea singularly
blessed. The patriotism of oar community has
manifested itself in different ways; the unwont
ed spectaole of the star spangled banner fleet,
ing from a Jewish eyaagogae basecome an ev
ery day ligbi. " ."i-i'Ti,. ! .;oi :.,;..
.i .a . . ... -
HTGeneral Grant, the new commander of the
Federal forces at Cairo, who supersedes Gen.
Prentiss, is Brigadier General Ulysses S. Grant,
an experienced soldier, who retired from the
army a few yeari ago, but offered his services
to tbe country when the present troubles began..
He is a native of Ohio, and about thirty eight
yean of age. He entered the Military Aoade
my at west roiiit, m ibj-j, and' graduated in
1843, as eecoud lieutenant in the Fourth lofan.
Judge Caton, of Chicago, the receiver of the
fond for tbe family of (Senator Dooglai, pub
lishes an appeal to the public He says: - ' "
Let not Utose wbo loved Douglas wail to be
called on before testifying, by liberal sootribn
lions to this fund, tbat love which they bore
him and the reverence which they cherished for
bis memory.; lias be not a friend in each, city
and town who ia ready to go from door to door,
and from neighbor to neighbor, to take the
names and tbe funds of those who have not for
gotten that Douglas once lived, and forward
them to the receiver! . ' 1 u'
-: v : .' h;, ii ' ' i ' ' I ''.
Speaking of the Union troops being raised In
Kentucky, the Loniavillc Journal isaj:-
- .There arc nearly one tbeniand ready to"tnas-
ter Into service, under Cot. Pope. ; There are
nearly one thousand (cavalry) already collected,
under Col. Jas. 8. Jackson. We hive not
heard from any quarter of the State that arms
and men are eot being raised.. ' ' ' -
'' "
Knox County.
j. A Delegate Convention of the Democrats Of
Knox county Was held" at the Court House ia
Mt.. Vernon, on, Monday, Sept. , 9. , Delegate!
ware appointed to a Judicial and a Senatorial
Convention; aod the followioK gentlemen were
selected ai County Central Committee' or el
eosuiog year: t.U..t ,io at. ;. u.ittl w?
Chauraan...L. Ilarper, af Clinton J "John'M.
Aadrewa, Clinton; . Mosea rkboaler Harrison;
Mesbao Chaw, Berlin; James Wlthrow, Jeffer-
son j Job i B) Movamuenc, ' jacteoof Jsmei
Uea4iogtofl, iulllar. i eci io s n wr.i ow
Taw Coaveetloa then nominated the fbllOirlnff
f or .ivepxwmimiive, .vaPiei s aai, .-v iMji
Treasurer, Paul Weljtsr, of fioward; Coraanlav
sloDer t3amoel, .Bryant,-of Wavier lafirmary
Director. John liiscbo, of Liberty ( Sarveyor,
Emme W. Cotton, of Cliotoa, l Xi:t f- i
The, following retolatloa -was onatrlmohsly
iddptedt'-' ,:; viqcrw oi d-n-il .) -'
!' ' i5If,. That we, tbe Democracy ot Kaox
oonnty, approve oi tne piatiorm adopted by tha
Democrats of the State,, fa tbe 7th of; August
Convention, and heartily, ludoree' tha patrioiie
sentiments of Hugh J Jewett, oor candidaU foe
Governor, arexprfcesed in hi letter ol aceepa.
ance;
li ei,- -a :.. o v.a , art visa
.The Mt. Vttboq Manner says ol the ticket ! i
H' Tba CaOventioa . was folly attended by the
araa. beneal and loyal men of the party; The
ticket a'aced id notsioatiow lain alf reepenfe sin
tscoietiit a,eompoed of aawavevieg Depo-
crataof (he atriateal integrity and nign moral
wth.. It, U- antltlad to iba avn&deaee and
hearty support ot every trsw Democrat fa Koox
aonntvj ' .Tha rentleWJen are elites well known
to tha pukliorrara honest, capable aad faithful
to tha-Ci8HtttU0tiyan'afiJoieri men MtneDae
back bene vires :aUs iriMitoof law, drdet?
good-govertiineet raJly to thehe lupport. : D
The Confiscation Act.
The foilowing Is tiTcoufiicatioi Act fm
at the lata eYtra aeaaloa of Congress! As ihe
President has required Gen. Fremont to modify
bis lata proclamation in conformity to tne pro
Tislonsof Mus Aci.il possesses a special interest
at tha prasent Mtf IPMbljeerved that It
li tha fourth end lait, seetiot tbat, relates ape
dally to tbe case of slaves: .
AH lCt' to eonllKaU proparty used for Inaurrtctlonarjr
, ; 7 r, atAipeata.
I Be itiua'cttdlby tht Stnttt and ttoutt of Reprt.
timtatitto ,of tkt United State of America in
Ctngrttt attmUtd, That if, duruig tha preeett
or any future Insurrection against tbe Govern,
meat of the United States, after the President
shall have declared, by proclamation, that tbe
laws of tbe United States arc opposed, and the
execution thereof obstructed, by combination!
too powerful to be suppressed by tbe ordinary
course of judicial proceedings, or by tbe power
vested in the marshals by law, aay person or
persona, bis, her or tbeir agent, attorney or em
ployee, shall purchase or acquire, sell or give
any property, of whatsoever kind or description,
with intent to use or employ the same, or Buffer
tbe eame to be used or employed, in aiding,
abetting or promoting such insurrection or re
sistance to the laws, or any person or persons
engaged, therein; or if any person or persons,
being the owners of any such property, shall
knowingly use or employ, or consent to the pse
or employment or the same as aroresaia, an
auch property Is hereby declared to be lawful
subleot of orixe and capture wherever found, and
it shall be the duty of tbe President of the United
states to cause tne same to d seuea, ooniis.
eated and condemned- .." 1 ' " "
y 6io. 2. And bait further tnaottd, That such
prizes and capture shall be condemned 'in the
District or Circuit Court of the United States
having jurisdiotionof the amount or in admir
alty in any district in wnicn tne same may oe
eeixed, or in which they may be taken and pro
ceedings first Instituted. ': . .
Sic. 3. And be.it further anacted. Tbnt tbe
.ttorney-General, or any district attorney of
tbe United states, in which said property may
at tbe time be, -may institute the proceedings
of condemnation, and in lucb case they shall be
wholly for tbe benefit of the United States; or
any person may file aa Information witb such an
attorney, in which case the proceedings shall
be lor tbe use or ancn inrormer and the united
States in equal parts. ' '
Sic. 4.. And It it further enacted, That when
ever hereafter, durlBg the present insurrection
against the Government of the United States,
anj person claimed to be held to labor or ser
vice under the law of any State,' shall be re
quired or permitted by tbe person to whom such
labor or service Is claimed to be due, or by the
lawful agent of such person, to take np arms
against tbe United States; or shall be required
or permitted by the person to whom such labor
or service is claimed to be dnc, or .bis lawful
agent, to work or to be employed in or upon any
fort, navy' yard, dock, armory, ibip, entrench
ments, or In any military or naval service what.
eoever, against tbe Government or lawful au
thority of tbe United States, then, and in every
such esse, .he person to wfiom -suoh, labor or
service is claimed to be due, shall forfeit his
claim to such labor, any Jaw of the State or of
tbe United States to the contrary notwithstand
ing. And whenever thereafter the ' person
claiming such labor or service lhall seek to en.
lorce bie claim, 11 ebait be a toll and mfSoient
answer to such claim that the pereoawaole ser
vioe or labor ii olaimed had been employed, la
hostile service against the Government of the
United, States, contrary to the provisions of this
ant . i
Approved August 1861.
Nomination for Senator.
I Tbe Union Democracy Of the -counties of
Bo tier ; and Warren have nominated Pktkr
Moarav for State Senator, t ,..-;;
Mr. Morpht li one of the best Union Demo
eratiin the State. .,t.:r i
The Lebanon Cithe say!: - ' -
The Democratio Convention, held at Monroe.
on Saturday last, nominated Peter Murphy, of
Dutier, io r otate senator, inn is a- most ex
cellent nomination. . Mr. Murphy is one of the
leading men of Butler county. He was Sheriff
lor two terms, which omce be filled with die-
Unguisbed ability. iJuring tbe last Presidential
campaign he was an ardent Douglas man, and
did everyvning ne could in behalf or our la
mented entertain. Air. murphy is a man of
good talents, robust common sense, great influ
ence and popularity, and would make a capital
Senator. He is an enterprising farmer, and
baa never been an office-seeker. He did not
desire tbe nomination for Senator it was ten
dered bim by tbe unanimous vote of the Con
vention. An honest, upright and clever ten-
tleman, and a sound Union man, he : deserves
an eothusiaatio support. .- . .- -
Senatorial Convention of the Counties
of Knox, Wayne, etc.
The Democratio Senatorial Convention for
the district composed of tbe counties of Knox,
Wajne, Holmes aod Morrow, met at Manileld,
on Toeeday, the 10th Inst., and nominated
Thomas Aimor, of Ilolmei, as the Democratio
candidate for State Senator from said district.
The Convention adopted the following ieso-
lutloa: . .' ;'-'.'' ., t t. .''h -. 1 1
Reoolved, That we iodorse tha nlalform
adopted by the Democracy at the 7lh of August
Convention, and that the patriotic sentiments of
nngn t. jewett meet oar viewi eieclly. '
V ' .'
T
. . ... . .
. Is McCliu.au a Giniui. We Snd thii sen
tence In one bf the London Saturday Review' t
articles on American affairs:
"General sMcCiellan most be a trreater ce.
nlos than ever the world baa yet produced if be
can make an effective army out Of the materials
at hii command without a mnoh longer delay
wan win or g,reeui k toe lmpeiaeui Datri
otiof New York." y" ; y
"Little Mac," ai the soldiers call him. nmat
irame me answer. . , . , .
' !!. . .. I , Hit ! !
! C A man In LaCroeie, Wig., a few dava
ago. rushed to the river swearing that he would
Crown himself. When he had waded into the
depth of his waist, hie wife, who had followed
him, seized him by tbe bair, aod then, aa a
local editor describes It, she "led him back till
they reached a plasa where tha water was about
two feet deep, where she pulled him over back
wards, soused him nnder, aod polled his head
np again. "Drown yourself (down he. went)
leave me to father the brats !( another
plnng-e) get dronkl ( another souse ) and
start for th river I (another dip) bettor use
water, instead of rot-gut! (another dip and
shake of the head!) I'll lam ye to ieaVe me a
widow, and all tha men at the war!"" After soi
sling him to her heart's content; aheled him out
a.weUer if not a better, man, r and: aseorted
aim into tae noose ana closed tne door." .
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
AJMUfA.
tne ovio, aua mi tie independence or tut
'
Whereat, a iolnt committee of both Houses of
tne Congreaa of tha United wtatas, reqaesting
we rresuieoa recommena "a rvy an tjodiic
hnmlllation, nraver and fastinr, to be observed
by the people of the United Biatee, with relig
ious solemnities acd the offering Of fervent
supplication! to Almighty.. Godr tor thaaafety
and welfare of these States bie blessings en
their arms and speedy restoration, bf Teace:
and; whereas, because it ia all iimee &t and
beoojniDg for all people to acknowledge -and
revere tne supreme government or Uod, the
President has appointed Thursday the 26ih of
Beptembeni a day "of hnmiliatloo prayer
and fasting for alf the people of :tha nation.
therefora, a JJ
I, WUliam Paonleoo, Governor of tbe State
of Ohio, da earnestly reoowimead to the people
or thii State, that, avoeordkig ao their aiveril'
erlede and modes .of , worship, they do ketp knd
observe thu day, wordee-wbab heir'pryer
may nnito with the or a vers of the riebt minded
hf other Stateejor, guidance by tfie oevewrH jp.
..uifsr vi uBuvare, w raw enu luaa lew eon oraer
and peite mav bra eeCMlMheiantfthe blerB-
Ingi of clwir, aad religion! liberty secured and
pctpeiaeter.. "throughout tht wide awtetrt U, oar
eouulry. ' ' " ' " i m rj''
In testimoDV whereof. X- have- btmtr net
y hand, ard caused the great Seal of H e gute
r Ohio, lobe affile this lain day of Beptem.
,, ''A-.; D. 1861, of the organization .ofioar
H
k
l-sneraeaa
4
W. DENNISON.
NEW ADYERTJSL;1La(TS;
'p
. PROCMIJAHON.
milH OTJAMFIKD "TlfTBHi ' Off
ITAtIFIBB "TT Bl
Bounty are hanby notifltd to aunt at U
X franklin count are bonny notifltd to most at their
Statl plaoos of h141og aloetli
f h141og elections In thlr rtijectlT town-
U kJ "'J
ships and wards,
Second Tuesday ! October, A. D. 1801,
btlof lb elh'dair of ths rao'nUand vol for lbs follow.
In otuoora, to wit (OaeCJoveniar,t5nLlitnt "oy
Srnt)r, on Bapmns Juai,' eh Treasunf Of Bute, one
(cjcralarj ot Blate, Comptroller, a H enter of th
ftaard of Vnblle Works; on 'Ooaman Pleas Jnag for
kthk dlitrlet aoaposae of im esBatts or rraoana, rm
airay and Had Uoa, an Mtmber of tMBtat Senate for
the aiskrlet ooBposasV of tbe counties of Franklin and
Pla kaway, two Atembtr of lb House of Beprisentatlvoi,
ene Bherir, on Aualter, one Treasurer, on Recorder,
one Commissioner, en Oorontr, on infirmary Direct
or 0 Th rasters of lh several townships are rsqalrtd
to Ntnrn t tbe Olstk of th Court the names of Ihe M-
loftnf number of Jurors: ' , . '' ,
for Common Went and , lorprolat Cr'..'ii
ouptrtor vcrwria.
TP.
So.
Tp.
tontgomry ....
HamUton
Truro
Mad lion
Jackson
No
Hontsomary
Hamilton
Trnro.
Uadlson
ca
. 7
' 7
li
.
e
s
4
I
li
S
s
.. 48
. 8
..
.. 13
iaesos.'f.
Sharon......
Perry .......
7
6
S
S
Sharon
Psrry
Prairie
r
Pralrl..
Clinton .
Pleasant,
Plain ...
main ..
Norwich.
Clinton.......
Pleaaant
Plain
Mifflin
Norwich
Franklin
Blendoo
. S
.. e
. 7
. s
. ft
Franklin.
Blendoo...
Brown
. 7
. 3
.
. i
Brown ,
Waihington'.'.. '
Jefferaun
Washington ......
Jttferaoa...
. 1M
, Gives under Bay band and seal this urn aay
of September, A. S. 1831.
J GEORGE W. HUFFMAN, ,
BheriS of Franklin Co. i 0.
' Spl7-d.j I . .- '
i) ''
.Old Orders Redeemed.
NOTICE Is hereby riven 'tliat'i will fy.on pre
aentaUoi. all She oaMtandlnt- erdara lesued anlnst
ihtiQeusty Srauery, ladpned, 'No paid (or want of
laoas.". . . ,:r, ,juxin tt. xiioairBon,
Bir"' ; Treainrer Franklin Co.
sepMMStwU. im I'".
7 r-
LIQUORS.
i A BARRELS OLD M0H0N8AHELA i I 't , , .
1U 80 do.'- v. ' 4o.' BODRBON. " ' '
J est reoelvtd and for sale low for oath, by " , .
- ' ' . ' r " LAOBLLR K088 c CO.,
I-,': - ' ' ' I 32 Booth Hljh street, Columbus.
sepllCt, ':. .-i'-'-.i ' ' ; '
lOGl.
I iir .'.f.
lOGl.
'7.1 ,i.r.-
GREAT WESTERN
DISPATCH.
United States Exvrcaa
Co.y Frop'r.
I
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
1 Via Hew. York & Erie Eaiiroad.
.. iU '.-ClfWfl 'I ''i ", ' .
And all other It&ads lieading West
! and BoTithwest.
i, cu. t-.'. I ' . a
Chartered Cars over most Roads on Paisenger Trains.
L :. KNI6TBT. AtX
H. HOVIT, Ag't.
251 Broadway, N.
S3 Bute St., Boston
WltVttRRlf, 8uprlntendn.BBralo.O
t: ' St. flTCH ft so.iAarentsrj:
8T Wilt Broad Street.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
sepH,
(Late of Phalonl Establishment, N. t. ,) , '
TltOPBIETOR OF THE HEW YORK
A. . FaahfOnable Bhavicg, Hair cutting, Bhampoontng,
tiarneg ana Aliening neioon,
South jTTigh St., over Bain'a Store,
whire satisfaction will be given In all the various
branche. . , - . ,
Ladlea' and CbUdran's Hair Dreailog don In Ihe best
siyie..
sepl3dly
' ! OOIaTJJMIlUS
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE.
LACELLE ROSS & Co ,
Commission Merchants
'.'',': IUP0RTER9 AND DEALERS IH
't1 .
a'
FOREIGM AHD DOMESTIC
WINES, BRANDIES,
rl
4.0. Ice. ' ALSO,
Old Rye, Monongahela & Bourbon
:' whisky.
WAREHOUSE AND OfFICE. SSI SOOTH mall IT.,
! tJOLUMBUS OHIO. . '
stpSdlyls
-A '
. i : OOLULIBUS a haw 4
OPTICAOniiTffUTE:
twSW')'.;
THe! Heel Artificial
Help to the
Human Mlarat ever Javen ted.
Joseph: s. pehley.
PRACTICAL1 & SCIENTIFIC OPTiciANi
Keeps the Largest assout.
meat of the moit Improved klods o( Brxctaclaa.
All hla Oiaana, whether for near or far-sighted, are
ground la eoocavo convex form with th rreateat care,
ao aa to suit th lye at all eases, earing Weakaaaa,
Dliainea or Inflammation of the Kyea, and Imparting
aareacth for lone mdinr of SaA ain. .71 Ti
u01'!3 '"et,'t.BsjimrjtVWUtr,s
Music Btrtre.
u5-Ui 5,s' WVO j.,(rrf IJ
Corner Bprlas; aWaler Hta.v "
W. B.h P0TT3 CO,
lad Uannewlarer ef Sraes ant) Oompoettl'oe CuUniri,
"vl rielahed Rraae Work of aU Deacrlj.tlona. .T:
Pwtrt.aPhtlBJ;
ijwysvwmw ....
fbl llrdly
Om Irish ' Lineti' Oooas:
Lima Bhlrt Boaaaae flainandlaBey il
Bhlrtlng end Roaoa Llnea , . .
Linen Hbeattag and Pillow Caatnra r
' . Lloeo Oaoibrlcs and Lea lwna.'
! r, m.n. ',t1,aodaiti,Urtaa.-T
' ' R . 4 Uno TowelliniiandDianaia
. ! 1 Unea Nanltn and VOvlles. ' V,V?
tu.e Table Oloaha and Satin bamasksl ( l '
LtnM Tewu with oolond taHiM. . tvr
ill KM I
liBfra Stair Oorarliin aod rjruh. '
t:t
.. InrsalaM lewBiieas,
labn
Jl,-.,: .Ji: 1 ''-A mi
r.siuua
Ml f4.V4f wti Ite atniff 7lf eel fcla
Wkt Checked of lpriwfMUty. Voraailby-'
i
BAIN A BON.
BihSJ
.lrtbHlg)k
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h
get
A
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f
I
and
all
;i.-.'i
the
aaa
For
-and
.
the-'Journal
111
reel
biig-rws
of
GUUnNOEY0 DALL1!
CUERMSEY'S CALM
VV
RE IQO WEN AND PUEVENTsT 1
-aaamaUueene pain, and heals th worst bnrn,
oald, bral,eut ,er treah wound ol any kind, prevents
swelllnf and Bala, from ke tnrs, moaqalto biles, and
poloonon plant, nauralirla, rkeumatlin, agna In tin
breaat, salt rhMmA etov When Ukan Internally, II will
positively ur croup fnehlldreii,and lvee Immediate
rallatln th wont cm of thia terrible complalntl alao.
TTme "a on throat, frto, Ut ceaU.
No real Initio can oe don th above preparations
bat by procurina and reading deecrlpltv pamuhlelaA
b found with at) dealers, or will b eenl by Proutleter
ea demand. L VoTmulaa aad Trial ottlea ai-nt to Via at
clane, wb will Rnd development In byilt worthy their
aeceptanc and approval.
Oorre.pnndeno eoliolled from all whoa necaaaltle or
eariqsl V prvmple to a trial of to above rollabla Hem
dfca." 15
For sal: th nlnal arbxilesaw Bod' retail dealer'
eniyweere. , . .. , .
JOIIIS LrlUNKWJUl.i, rroprleto .
f ' ' CHEMIST AND FHAKMAOEUTIST,
' No. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, llass.
Boherts a Bamnel. N. Bi Harple. J. ft. Cook. J, At
Dtulg. 0. Denlr Boni, A. t. BtliuelUr Av Hoa, Atent
A ent
lnily i
tor Columbus. Ohio.
mi
t Oysters! Oysters!!
Oa,,!, 't0.i :;,XKrj3LGt-'JSriSJ3.
HAS JtJIT HKCKIVED, ANIi vTII,l,
be la dally receipt, by XxprtM, ef , . . .
FILE3H CAN & KEQ OYSTERS,
Vnn TlalllmnM anil Vllv HlfMI.
Call at WagMi'l Oysifr aud frujt Depot, No. 21 Xaat
"iMtf lja iiU,tA.A J!M.w l',.;:. ,.'.. i! '
B AITJ & so n,
No. 29 South High Street, ColuttioUB,
ARR N01F OtFERIHO '''-""
VOOO yarda 1'iaveUo, Jlrca Oood at 8K, value
nXonts. ,.,-!
SSOOysMs Travellnr Bren Osods at32X. valua SQtt.
iWW yards Bngllih BVraaes at value 25 eeaU."
1000 yards French Organdies at Uljtf, value SO oants, r.
SOUq yards Fut Colored Lawns at 10, value IS cents.
100U yards Foulard Draai Bilks at 37X, vain SO eentj.
15U0 yards Super Plain Black Bilk at a 1 00. vain l!i5.
Robes of Organdie llerage, and Kegllah Berate, at ene.
half their value. - '
BAIN At BON, . .
J25 ... ri'. f.?fTi- M South High Buret.1
,1 REMOVAL. 7
mimmn. restieau
.a , ..iar....-- - . - '
DEALEIl. IN .
.: .I'.-'ci-.tf' ;
Groceries,-1
") .it
ii r. '
K
-.ri.-JT-Provioioris,
Foreign 'and Donptic Xfqu'ori,
: a: .Fruits, d&eic,
" .n,'.;is(!.'.'...u:i H ah-.1 j vj IU
, ', ' nAB BRMOTBD rrS BTORB IBOM ' ' .
N 0. 34, N 0" K T IT'ji JO'lT'SSTRE BT,
TO tt ,
"NTa inl Snnfri TTio-r. fifrppf-
..... .....J...A,. J ..
Tbe old stand recently occupieu byaf. HtdTONALD
! . j .n.e 1 la dally reoslpt of v, i .. n -
.NfeW?AND
FRESH GOODS
'.IV ' ll
Clieop for Cash or fjonntrT Produce.
I
10' Oood delivered to 0'
1,12
tnta free" of charge 'TJI
VM. Hi RESTIEAUX,
(STJCCESSOjp TO McKKt A: BE3TIEACI)
No; - " South High Street, '
Oolls"CnVII3TJ,
DIALER IN
CROC E Rl ES, PRODUCE
PROVISIONS'
Foreign andf Domestic Fruite,
Vl our, a'l t, liquors, etc-
stora6e & COMMISSIOW '
ECONOMY. IS WCAL AII."
Whoever buys'achsas compound of ateratus, throws
away his money. Those who purchase Pyle's Dietetic,
a bur and whtleeame artlole at half Its value and
double, their outlay. Depot, 345 Washington street,
New Yrk. Bold by grocara everywhere.
. . . . v . . . vf - . ' ......
manhood:
how, xoix, now XSIIOSKO.
JoitPnWkhfsdln aDealedlnveW: Prleelols.l ' ''
LEOTURn OH THR rtATTJRl, TRFATMRNT AND
KADIOAL CURB Of 8PRRHAT0RRDKA Or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Kmlsalona, Bexuat Debility, and
Impedimenta to Marriage irenerallly, Nervoueoeee, Con
sumntlan. Eolleoav and Vile, Menial and. rhyaieal In
aapaoity, resnlUng htm BeV-abua, Ate. , By Robert 3.
ouiTrweil, ai. li., auuor oi in uraea book, tov
A Boom ta'Tliaueandii of n(f?rera.
Sent nnder seal,' In a plain arivelope,' to any addriSa,
Joai paia, on recoipi oi iwo a tarn pa, ny nr. UUA8.
0. KLINE, 1.7 Bowry, Niw York, foat O.Uce Boa
4Jt. - - . sep7;3mdk
EFFECTS OP tSBZaTJIABItlES AVOIDXB.
Too much eating an4 drinking, saw habit and modes
life, often prodaos' Irregularities la the towel and
gaaeral health of Ui system. . Sol Baeaoaam's Rtus
wlllioobeur, th stomach will regain Ms ttrenglh, and
betltlv action of th System will V (restored.. Bo
llmicim are equal in aatfulaess to th . . , -1 '
I BRANDUETIPB PIULS,, . .
BKAHDRETII'S TJNIVEBSAIi BALTB
ft AXLCOUK'H FOBOU9 PJLASTEBS.
Ivery man of th FIRS ZOVATKS had a boa of
BIANDRITH'B PILLS box of UNIVERSAL SALTS,
aa ALLOOCK'S PORODI PLABTIB pat la their
knapsack free of expena. Aad to this fact may b at
tributed th abseno of any of IHIB BROIMENT from
Ineaaepllal. ' ' ' . . , .
"EVKRY BOLDIRR aheuM hava box of Braodreth's
PUla, A box ef flalve, and a piece of Porous Plaster.
tbey at BURR to be Beeful, often life-saving.
'.Boll by Joan B. Cool, Drugglit, Columbus, and by
respectable dealers la medicines. . , ,
aogt7-dlm
T.J .'! 1 11 -
HIOFFAT'S L.IFE PIIit.8. i ,
In all eaaes of eostlveness. dyspepsia, blllloutand liver
affection a, piles, rhenmathnn, levers ahd agues, ebstt
aU liaad aches, and all general danuweaktat ef health
HUa have Invariably proved 8 certain and apesdy
remedy, i a slngl trial wtn plaos lb Life puis beyoad
reach efeompstltloa la th ssti nation ef every pa
tient. , . ..jj.-.!j.-. fi a' r
Dr. Moffat's Pkemlx Bitter! WM k fbanl eoaally f.
Icaoteus la allsass ot aerveas deUUty, dyspepsia, bead
ache, th itcknaai toetdenl to ibamle tn delloat health.
every kind of waaknea of th dlgasttv ergao.
sale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, SS, Bawaeway, R. T.
by aU lmgBt,---A v--r,i ,: ' aayS-dwI
Tid folUnrinfF la an txtrttt froa i
letter written by the Rev. J. I. Holme, pastor ef th
rnireTint-Btrat aiVtM CAurh", 'Brooklyn, Bf. T.,to
and Meaetngei',' OlndtuiaU, 0.,aad speaks
ToJaaui In favor of thai wertwvefwad saediatna, kU.
WoslowV BenSnaw lrmceefOBaai Tavnaaai ,
Weee aw-adTffianenl to your column of Hi.
:ihmw BufWUfW B mil ff'lfowwir never saiga word
favor f a TMtoot SMdleta before Bl list, iMt W
cmpuu tor o your rauerawM BuakiB hum
bavb Tv.n o rr, us aaew.i re we n ai v
ruj,.fic. Itkipt.j .al iy eneof the moat euroaaaful aaedr
ennflheday, 1mum It taeaeef the but, And those
your reader whe bar hgblte oaa't do better thaa
llFPPl.1 , fjlHWah!
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1-1
PROF. L. MILCER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
Aa Effeotlv, Bf and KoonomiotJ"'
, , Compound, . , ,
)ltfOVL EESTORINO GRAY HAI
To 'lis original eolor without dyeing, and preventing
Ualr from turning gray . .......
" FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, y
And wring It, whea tier Is lb least particle f vlttl ' )
i, i , or roaurativ energy reaialalng. . ,
l-YJR REMOVING 8CURK AND DANDRUV
j y And all eoteiiK! affection ef th Doalp. ' .1 1 '
; ! FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It att BBeqaled gloa and brllllaoey, aukta(
It aoft and silky In Us tenure, aud causing it to eiul .
readily., ,-.', h ' ' ' - ' . iJU .
Ik great celebrity and Ineraaalng demand for this aa.
equaled preparation,' oonvinoea Ui proprietor that oa
trial la only neoeaaary to satiify a diacernlng public of Its
aupariorqualili over anv other iruarUoa in a. It
aleana th haad and scalp from dandruff, and other
autanous diaeaees, eauaing th hair to grow luxuriantly
luring u a rioo, aoii, gioaay ana neilble a
auo, wnor the hair la I
the hair ia looaanln and Ihinninv. 11 will tfnra 't .
strangto and vigor to th roots and restore ill growU to M
naa parte wbtch have become bald, causing It to yield a
raan covering of hair.
. (There are Tiuodiwl, of ladlea and Btleaea m Hew '
Yarlc wlio have had their hair raatored by th as of (bit'
Iuvtrorator, when all other praparalions nave failed. L. , .
Mw ha in his pusaeaiion letters lnnamarabl taatlfyiw ,
to tlia above facia, from peraona of the hiabeat redeect- -klllty.
' It will eOeclually prevent th hair from turning. ,.
until th latent period of life; and In oaee whora'th hair
has already changed lUoolor, Ui uaa of the Invtgorator ,
will with oortainly restore it to it to IU original hue, alv
lug It a dark, gioaay appearauce. Aa a perfum for the V "
billet and a Hair Reatoratlv It la particularly noem
mended, having ao agreeabl frarrance; and the gnat la-i'"
oilitlea it afford in dreaaing th hair, which, whea moUt
with th lnvlrorator, ean b dreaaed in any required '
form s as to preeerve its place, whether plalnor in curia: '
bene th gnat demand for It by th ladlea aa a standard j
toilet ankle which none oaghl to be without, th prlo
places it wiUiin the reach of all, being h".
! " Only Twenty-Five Cent i
pet bottle, lobe had at all respectable Druggists sol '
. ft rf an era. '
I. HILLBH wonld calf the attention of Parents and .,
auardians to the ase of his Iovlgorator, In 'cases where .
th eh ildrn's hair Incline to be weak. Th aae of U . - c
lays th foundation for a food ktad of Hair, aa tt re-
move any impart ties that may have become eonnotd
with he scalp, the removal ef whioh h) neoeaaary both
for the health of th child, and tbe future 'appearance of
lupalr. -(;; . . ;.- . ; , ,
CAtmoa. Kooe genuine without the rae slmlle LOOII
II ILLRR being on th euUr wrapper; alao, L. MIL-"
LKU'd UAIU IMViyOUATOU, N. Y., blown la the
(tas. 1 -"
WholasaU Depot, St Dy street, aad sotdb alt ttTi
prloolpal Merchants and Crag? lata thraaghoatta world
Liberal discount s parchaaera by th quantity.'
- I also desire to prsesnt to th American Pobllo my '
1TKW. AID . UtTBOVED ZS8TAKTAVB0UB
! i iniiin n a in nvc
LIQUID IIAin, DYE,
which, after years of sclentifle txperimenUng, I have
brought to perfection. It dye Black or Inn Instantly
wlthoutlnjnry to th Bali or Bkln; warranted th keel
article of tha kind to ailaiaae. - "
PRICE, TONLY 5a CENTS ' ,
Dflpot, ,66 Doy , St New Tork.'
oct:dkwly.
EXTRAORDIWAnV BAHGAtNS .
r ! BAINSON;.
' , HO. ' SB lOtiXH HIOH ITBXXT,
Aniifov OFFBBINO.
laOOfyards Saner Pmln Black Silks at el 00 valB
tt Pr yard. , . ( j
8i506rards Traveling Drcs and Mantle Oood at
1 13 1-8 cente vain 80 eente per yard.
8,000 yards Whit Brilliant at 18 18 cent
valua 80 cento per jard. , . . ,.
tfOOOyard Tin AndDomettlo Olnghams greatly aa
ar valo. (...
";., . -ALSOs
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OF (
KOZAMBIHTOS. BAIZOBHrZS,
CHilllB, fOTTLABD ILUJ, '
,"j EKOHBH BABEaES.lAVEXlAS,
' i - IAWBI, CALICOES, FOPLnfS,
j', AND ALL OTHER
New and FaaMonatJe Xrea Grood
In ths most deilrable ttyl and at very lower price.
MAKTTTliliAOI
Of all materials, mad In th most stylish manner aftei
th latest Paris Feshtons lh most tlegant atyles n
th city.
BAIft tc SOI,
may 30 ' ' Ms. 89 Booth High (treat.
4 1
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time! , ,
WAS OMCE THE EXOCAITXATION OF '
a dying Queen. . Tkat inch of time eaa be Dreeur ' -
ed at a much cheaper rat, and many long yaara of ' ' ' '
1 j UBALTII AND HAPPINESS ,
enjoyed by eonaultlng. Dr. HIRRYWEATHIR, wbo - '
la curing the moat obitlnate and lonetandine dire aim ti .
of th LUN08, IIRART, LIVER. KIDNEYS. BLAU. ' '
PER, STOMACH RHEUMATISM DISEASES PEOIJ-" "".
LIAR TO FEMALES, SKIM DI8BABB8, AND ALL:V
arvauiiOMB or jut EVE AND AB., r t
, i racle are Btnbborat Tbtaajal
ITear What th PhlladelDhla eorraanondent aava In lha
"Commonwealth," Wilmington, Delaware, vih of April, V
ak,w:
MAn Eoillah aentlemaa. SonBerlv esnnertetl with lha
Bi'ltah Army, and wbo style himself lb 'Indian
Botanic Vbyalolan,' baa of let gained an xtnalv repu
tation hare by hla aktll In cur tor all manner efaom " '
plaint. Bom-f hi patient I have converted with," '.
and tbey proneoacahls nmedlcs and mod of treatment' '' ,
a very aaperlor. Borne have been restored aa If by " 1
nmeie. I The medicine be jure I dlatllled by himatlf . ,, a
om vatloei barb poasesrlng rare enrstlv properties.
r nun. aoiiug iu oa army n aavolea nil Hilar
mailt t a thorough study of theelTMta nmrtn. k.
certain medicinal root and herb on all manner of dls-
earn, n aeema ne nas round a (ore aud speedy reme
dy for all tn Ilia that fleck ia heir tr..' Hi. nv.,,iM i.
already extensive aad it dally Inert Ming. In thecom
plalma to which Females are subjected, he haa no equal,
a a large number here bar leatifled that they ewe aw ."' . i
V'f.'f f rasnt food health, bat their liveer to to
skJUof this Indian BotanioPbyaioiaa.u . ,
yiuceji ta8iartte ptreet,jCoiBmboa. . r.i ,ut
augt7-d3m .., ,:;M,Nsrti.ii.UIUVI
'' ' 1 ) - , ' J ,.;v,iltWI..Jlit'H'I..'fl
Elegant lace mantillas.-; :?
", iT ,VA
23AIX c3 DON, '
ISTo. 29 South High St;;,1 :
Hay just opened an invoice or very large and '
handaom ... ... . ---- .
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILIA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTEiVj
Wide' French'Xaces fob Shawls
Very Deep FreneU FlonDcing Lacea. . ,.Ta, i
Real Thread, French, Chaotllla k Geneveee'-"
Valanciennet, Point it Gaze, Brusiels
ana xnreao laoei ana CoUarC" il
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
i MALTESE LACE COLLARS &, BJETC Ti
. LINEN COLLARS ft CDFF8, xtt.fv'
.'tt ia , : i v. ft in new Shapes,
PAPER COLLAR'S ft CUFFS '
-i otivelirifj a
. , A (
Travelins: Drc3 rGooda
MOZAMBIQUE A, rorUNSy StTJIPHBBD'l VBTECRl "j r
XATILL8,R0Qm TALWCIAt, . ., ., .
beat and xaort tashfonabl styles In th elty, .
f AT1 TKRY LOW 1'IHCKSt. dtf,
. . BAIN At SON,
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