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K AJirESIT SULLXB, aMiaXtett.
nnT,t!MBUB, OHld. .
THURSDAY M0RN1N0. BEPTTViaSlT
Democratic Union Nominations.
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Of
.Jolin Gr. '''Marshall
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mlir."' ' TRlABTJBBBOFBTAin.
EORGB W. HUF
1 ' Of Httnilttn. -'', ' ...
. " cxcutAiTor mn.
WILLIAM W. AM0
.0 Smmm.J. . '' '
. ,V rWA B GBISWO
BOABD Of PUBUO WORKS, .
JIBES W. FITCH
Of Cuykog.
' fOB 00UM0H JUVOE,
(rtllUM, SVKtWAV ausiso) . V
flENHY H. HKIHJESi fe. ,
OffNdbtwty. ; v
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At7GTBTl) PEBBIEA
. !" 5 i fit Vitkmmm. ' i
UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
TICKET.
. - .
GEORGE L. CONVERSE, s v -
OTTO DRE3EL. '
tHiairr,
GEORGE W. HUFFMAN. , . .
ADorroi, '
MATTHIAS MARTIN.
' 1 '' 1 TKIA8DRIB, , . ,
JOHN G. THOMPSON.'
BIO0IDIK,
,. NATHAN COLB.; br.:- -
OOMMIBUOHKBi
JACOB 8LTH. r, ",
' - COMMBB, 'f" ' ,.
1 ELIAS GAVER'
INrUlHABT lXCT,
PHILEMON HESS, j
TICKET. Mass Meeting at Marion.
Got. Sabdel Mbdait will eddreii the Mms
Meeting t Marion, la Mwion conotT.orj St
nrdey, September Slei, t 1 r.
AMOS LAYMAN,
AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary Dem. State Ex. Com.
Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
Tbe Demoontio Obion Stole EeeuMr Coi
mittee bve made errMgemeote lor ceWing
Mau Meeting! u lbllowi - - -' '
At Coihoctoh, CbehoctOQ county, on ,Taet-
dy, September 24tb, tl P. M Spekert
Hon. Hugh J. Jewert Ana olneri. -
At Mammiiu). Richland county, on Wednee
dt. Seotember 25thi At 1 P. M. Speakere-
HoH- J.JewettAndHon.B.Bome.- '
At WooeriA, Wayne tunty, "on ThursdAy,
September 26th, At' l P. M. ' Speaktre Hop.
H. J. Jewett end otheri. , : ,iT lJXs jvr-.
At Clitilahb. CuyAhoga coontfi on' Friday
erening, September 27th. SpeAkCTrT(m. H
J. Jewett and othere, ' , .'. . , . . ' , ., .
At Tout do, Lncee county, o Seturday, Sep
tember 28th, at 1 P. M. Speaken-Hon. li. J
Jewett and othert. .'. .'
At Jacuoii C. H , Jacktoa county, on Setnr
day. September Slat, at 1 P. M. Speakert
Hon, John G. MArthAll And othert. ,
Other meetinge will be Announced Boon.
to
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary.
The DeaocrAtlo Unloa State Etecutire Com
nlttoe Announce the following additional ap
pointment for Mate Meetings, wii: 1
la CwcwiiATi.'on Monday erening, Septem
ber 30th. Speekert Honv Hugh J. Jewett
and Hon. Allen G. TtarmB.;;;4,
At Ahbli a, Clermont oounty, on Tuesday,
October lit, at 1 P.M. Speekers-tfoo. Hugh
J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thurain. ';'
At Gboiobiowh, Brown eounty, on Vednee
dy, October 3d, At ' 1 P. M. SpeAkert-Hon.
Hugh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thnman.
At HiUiBOBOoaB, ' Highland 'county, on
Thoraday, Ootober 3d, at 1 P. M. Speaken
Hon. Hugh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Tbur
man. ', w. is .'.' ' -
At Chilli cothi, Roes eounty, on Frldey, Os-
tobet 4th, at 1 P. M. ' SpeAkers Hon. Hugh J.
Jewett and Hon. Allen G ThnrmAn. ' ' ' ' 41
At Cuolbtuxb, Pickaway eounty , on Satut
day, Ootober 5th, at 1 P. M. . Speakers Hon,
Hugh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G, Thunneo.
ing
the
of
to-dsy.
his
hu
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y. The Union Democracy of Franklin
County.
Wo have bad: the pleAtmre la the UsC few
dsyt to see and coo v arse freely with men from
many of the townships of this county, and we
do not recollect of 'ever hearing each earneat
and determined talk j , The necessity of preserv
ing the orgAttltatioa and supremacy of the old
National Union Democracy, appears to be Appre
ciated by ell we have seen.
Wi predict a larger and more united vote of
the Demoeraey of this eowntj than we have bad
for years, ' The cry of "No party! from those
who have fought the. Democracy so, bitterly
heretofore, is properly appreciated.-. - -t
One of tbe delegates- to the "Union Conven
tion" offered a reeolntion to catechise the can
dldatee on ths Union Democratic ticket, 'end if
satisfactorily answered, to indoreethe ticket
but the wire-pullers amnggled the 'reeolujfen,
and it wu not put to the Convention; Anoth.
or delegate wu rejected by the committee on
Credentials, because he bad intimated a jial
lar propesiUon as to some of the caodldatee on
our tlokei though he bed been elected by a de-
elded majority of the people of hie townebipv
of
He
ly
be
the
Now Announcements.
.
The reader will find ia thit morning's Slate
men annonnoements of additional Democratic
meetiogt. - The eentral and local committee
In tbe eountiet where theft moatings Are to be
held, ere desired to give doe notice of Bad make
the iteeiwary anangnnenti hi Use tamo. ? 1 ;
be
to
was
The No-Party Party Unmasked.
sTin llrtdei whioh we dUy hert boai cat
ling Ioom from all rrty aaiooUtioM uutil tl
war U or, ac truprenf uowwiMe. w
mt who Uer! auch Uneiige, mut be oonsciouf
nf lt l,w,t .lnr.lilT! for theif oto eotluae
give the lie to theli profeeslone of o-pfkjtom.
They kre h moi imIom end'eoiWe of pJ
They hTegooe ta work iu OM lorme
.j ! h '"(Tnion
meo.
a new PArty, aod cDriMenea;ii.uii
PArty." They here laid down a pUtform
nomlnAted a Bute ticket, and are holding meet
Inge and making local eounty nominations all
orer the State, thai perfecting thorough party
oreanlzAtlon. -. 'n v. . 1
NimM do not alter things. ) A pollttcal or
ganisation with a platform and ticket is" as
much a party If Its adherents caU It the Union
or People's party, as it la under the name of
Oemocratie or RepubllcAn. A religious sect
may call itself Christian; but that does not
take away Its sectarian chAtAoter. . Neither can
& nolitloal DArty. b asaumlnir the name of
Amarloaa or Union, disrobe Itself of the pArtl-
' Men hATe an undoubted right, to a free coun
try like ours, to forsake their old politicsl or-
ganisAtlons, wUen eonfinced thAt they are rot
ten ct lnlurlous to the country, and form As
many new ones as they pleue. But tbey bare
no right to delude the people by pretending to
be no-party men, and Insisting that tbey Are
better Union men than others who Refuse to
unite with their new psrty.., ,,!S . , : c i
,. At the time the Ute Republican party was
diAtolred, and tbe new party formed, the old
Onion Democratic party was In the 'field with
its platform end Its candidates- .No issue wu
taken by the aew party with this platform. ' Its
State Convention met on the Sth of September,
and adopted1 for the main, and only substantial
plank In its platform, almost word for word, the
fifth resolution adopted by the Democratic State
Convention of the 7th of August. : j
That the reader may see at a glance the iden
tity .-of the. two. resolutions, we here insert
taem.jj;
Tbe fifth resolution adopted by the Union
Democratlo State Convention , of the , 7th of
August, reads as follows: . " :;:.";rH-f
lUnltxd, That In this National emereencT
the Democracy and other Union meo of Obie.ban-
ishlngall feelings-t paeaton or resentment,
will recollect only their duty to the whole coun
try thAt this WAr should not be waged In sny
spirit of oppression, nor for Any purpose of con
quest or snojugAtlon, nor for the purpose of over
throwing oc interfering with the rights or es
tablished institutions of the States: bnt to de
fend and maintain the supremacy of the Con
stitution and to preserve the Union, with all tbe
dignity, equality ana rigbt or tbe several B tales
unimpaired; And thAt as soon as these objects
are accomplish 1, the wsx ought to ceaae. ' ; , '
" Tbe second end principal resolution Adopted
by the new No-party State Convention on the
5th of September, is in the words following: "
Rfoiotd, That in this National emergency
we banieh all feeling of mere passion or re
eentmeut, and bill recollect only our duty to
the whole country; that thit war wu not wag
ed upon our part in any spirit of oppression, nor
for airy pnrposw of conquest or subjugation, nor
lor tne purpose of overthrowing or interfering
with the rights or established institutions of tbe
States; Ivt to defend and maintain the suprem
acy of the Constitution, aBd to rreeerve the
Union, with all the dlnitv, equality and rights
of we tevem states unimpaired; ana as soon
as tnese opieeta are - socompitsnea, me war
ought to cease. - - 4' - ' ' .'
The 5th of September Convention did not ex
press a word of distent from any of the viewa
or principles in the resolutions .of the Union
pemocraMo Convention of tWTtdr of August,
4vptatna principal resolution In the plat
form of the latter. On the score of prinoiple,
then, or In regard to the policy of the Adminis
trAtlon or the conduct of the war, or the man
agement of our own State affairs, the god
fathera and leaders of the new No-party party,
did not and do hot differ with the Unioo-Dsm
ocTAtlo part, Did they went a more Staunch
Union party T Not a bit of It; for they adopted
precisely the asms Union resolution as the
Union-Democrats had adopted In State Conven
tlon a month lefore. Their object clearly was
get np a party strife about men, to distract
and divide the Union men of the State on the
merest and most, trifling of all party issnes a
strife la which no question t principle is con
corned, bnt merely question at to the election
of particular Individuals to office.'; , 'r
The Unlon-Democratio oaadldates had been
nomlneted and their a Ames published all over
State a month before the No-party State
ticket was formed. 'Nobody doubted or now
pretends to 'doubt Jhat is capacity, Integrity,
and devotion to the Union cause, they are fully
equal to the nominees on the No-party ticket-
Why, then, after the Republican organization
had disbanded, wu this new ticket presented lb
the people, if not to distract and divide' the
Democracy and other Union 'men of Ohio, and
prevent our' nobta . State, by a mere partisan
contest about tbe spoils of office, from present
an undivided front for the preservation of
Union "aba the Constitution T ' '" ''
.
In
Fremont—Blair.
Ws announced v si tarda y the military arrest
rranK r. isiair, ot bu lome. i ne affair U
fully explained by the dispatehet from St. Louis
. JUiair, it teems, cannot siok tbe poliU-
cian Into the soldier. . As a politician, he hu
held a commandinff position, often dietatinc to
superiors, and supreme in hit party at home.
Fremont bu not seen proper to, consult Blair's
wuhes, and Blair Has revolted, f A
Statements from vsrioua quarters indicate
thAt JJlAir, jeaMrae of r remoot's tnecew, and
probably rankled at nis own military Uttieneas,
been scheming At Washington for the re
moval of Fremont, -t It it said thAt letters high
admits or nis uencTAi, are new at bead quar
At St. Louis. , la f Act, tbe circumstances,
now given the public, present Blair In the
character of A miserable, scheming, demagogue.
rremoni, nowever, is nis man, in was no
sooner sware of the facts, then he promptly
ordered the brother of a member of the Cahl.
net Into euatody. He will not atop there. -If
Blair hai alandnml nm mll.ni. ci...
fered with the duties of his General, be will bo
court-martialed end discharged from tbe ser
vice. This we have A right to expect of Fre
nont. - be Allows no man to atand In tbe way
his duty, not even Congressmen, and If Freak
it in tne way, be will be
on
.
tbe
tion
and
ekM
at
.
removed; and he
ought to be. dm. Tim$. ' '
There are few-men who nave gfvenany coon
try so much trouble as this man Fbame BuibI
is ambltioBsmeddlesoms sad misohlev-
How these oomplieationf between the PreaU
dent, Fabmont And Blaia will end is not exact
clear, but It looka Very much like there would
a amaah-up tomewhere We do hope our
country will not bo the sufferer in the trouble.
The following front- the New York Petf, a
Strong Buua paper, indicate! deep trouble. It
after "Old Asnr-- ;
W
he
"NO MORE RETREATS."
The Commander In-Chief of the armlaa of
United States, who is at the earns time its
rreeident, win not forget, we hope, that his of
ficial post lion ft In ths lead, and eot la tbe rear.
should not allow bimaelf to be ontatrinivrf
his Cabinet, by Congress, by tbe-Mjior-G.o.
eralt and by the people. He it the head of tbe
nation, to which it naturally looks for forward
movements. But in the relaotence with which
signed the Confiscation sot pasted by the last
Congress, and la bis lata modification of Fre
mont's order, it almost epoesre At if he desired
eo backward. Fremont's position, which
not inconsistent with Ui act of Congress,1
.
still
to
with
tbe
"I
other
need)
I fc an m Aflt nnnil i , ft P. ft f I, it
ia iu wvn K w -
-J ...Miy
of the small circle or border UM5!sis
sesreely found a gainsayer.- ..." f
. Com-rees declared tli&t Cue property of rsbele
la arms agalnat Hie Gov Aiimuul should be con-
jgcatea. uut among, uiie rropertt aooruiug
to State Iaws are man; t,lvt. .Kow. what is
tobedooewltn uemi tremont saia iohow
log the precedent let by the Btate of New York
In the time of the Revolution that they should
be manumitted' His deolslon sent a- tbrob-qf
anoourasemsnt .4o the whole oommiinlU. I oat
the president says, no; Iney are only to oe con-
fiacated. W bat is to be done who tnem, men i
Is the United Statee Government to be turned
into a vast slaveholdiog oorporation, and nee
the labors of ths negroes, as it. bu been for
merly used by their roasterstv Or will it bold
them for a time only, to return them hereafter
to tbetr rebel ownerst We had supposed
that Mr. Cameron's circular to General Butler,
which had the concurrence of tbe whole Cabi
net, covered the whole case. ' "lo States," it
remarked, "wholly or partially under insurrec
tionary control, where the laws of the United
Smttoa are so lar oobosed and resisted that they
eaanot be effectually enforced, It is obvious that
rights dependent on the execution of those laws
must temporarily fail; and It la equally obvious
that rlghte dependent on the lawa of the States
must be necessarily subordinated to the milita
ry exigencies created by the insurrection, If not
woolly forfeited by tbe treasonable oonauci oi
parties claiming them. To thie general rule
rishts ta services can form no eioeDtlon."
If there wae any State of the Union where
tbe i military . eiigeooiee , required ' the most
stringent measures, it wu Missouri, and when
General f remont's proclamation appearea, ev
ery bodv exclaimed simultaneously that Mis
souri was safe. v. Knowing the exlgeneyj he
Aoted upon it. And he Acted with a promptitude
and boldness whioh we have not alwaye found
in the conduot of the war. That it rrs an
effective blow was made evident by the oniver
sal howls of the rebels. Tbey felt that the bolt
had been ebot in their most vulnerable point,
and thev writhed in painful apprehension.' The
effect was everywhere exoelleut. 1 ' a
It is alweisiwise to let well enough alone.
Fremont's so", rightly understood, was doing no
injury,, not even- in-. Kentucky. it was doing
much good, because it was convincing ell cKl
sens, both loyal and disloyal, that tbe Govern
ment wu in earnest, t. i '-...-iv;; i:-!"' '
If there are anv other crooods for dlsgatiefac-
tion with General Fremont and we hear that
there ere he ebould be rebuked or auperaeded
If he Administers hie Department in a way
whioh is displeasing So the higher authorities, A
proper method baa beeo taken to correct the
Abuse. Postmuter-Genersl Blair and General
Meigs neve gone to St. Louie to Inquire Into
the wrongs which, After dus report, may be rec
tified. Hut these ere questions independent of
tbe principles involved in r remont's proclama
tion. That we bold to have been right, what
ever hie general offensee may be. : ' '
Reported Release of Mayer Berret.
We find iu tbe Evekino Star of lat bight the
following paragraph in reference to tbe Mayor
of thla eity, who was arrested three weeks Ago,
on suspicion of disloyalty to the Government,
end conveyed to Fort Lalayette, in the harbor pf
Hew York: ' ' " .
"We learn that yesterday evenine's mail car
ried to New York an order from tbe Depart
ment of State directing the release of James
G. Berrek, late Mayor of the Federal Metropo
lis, front his present confinement in Fort Lafayette.'-
This offer Is on condition that be takee
the oath of allegiance to the United States
agalnat any and all enemies whatsoever, and
eus rertoas the tffUt'of Mayor." :
In Riving place to the foregoing statement
we think It proper to express our belief that
there muet be some misapprehension aa to ths
terms or conditions on which the Government
it alleged to have offered to release' Mr. Berret
from the detention in which he is now held
We take it for in-anted that the Government
did not proceed in his arrest until it believed
iteelf to be in possession of good and valid evi
donee sufficient to justify a strong conviction,
If not sssurance, of his treasonable conduct.
If, on examination, it is fcfCTSd that this evi
dence Is of a nalurs so little positive (bat it can
be rebutted by an oath of allegiance,' and If in
virtue of tome solemn declaration he is to far
purged of ell injurious suspicions as to be
deemed worthy of enlargement, It appears clear
to our mind that in being restored to his civil
liberty he hu a right, both legal and moral,' to
enter anew upon the official functions from
which he wu legally suspended only because of
tbe disability tbai resulted from bis imprison
ments It tbe Government reeardi him aa a
loyal citizen, rlgtfully entitled to hie liberty; It
wouia inaeea oe eineuiar to aim u a condition
of that personal liberty such a deprivation of
ommai prerogatives as would sun imply a sus
picion of his guilt. It would be Impossible
for Mr. Berret to be innocent as a citizen bnt
guilty as a Mayor. Under these circumstanoee.
we repeat the expression of our belief that the
Government bu not addressed to Mr. Berret
such terme of releue ae those above indi
'
a
cated. NaMnal JnteUtgtnar. ' "
.. . r - V. V .C '
1
The President and Mr. Holt.
WASHINGTON, September 12, 1861.
Drat Sib The late eot of Congress orovld-
Ins; for the confiscation of the estates of oar-
sons in open rebellion against the Government
was u a necessary war meuure accepted and
iuiiy Approved by tbe loyal men or the country.
It limited tbe penalty of confiscation to oronar-
ty actually employed In the service of the re
bellion with the knowledge and content of its
owners, and,' instead of emancipating, slaves
thus employed, left their status to be determio
ed either by tbe (Jourts of tbe United State or
by subsequent legislation. . The proolamatlon,
however, of Gen. Fremont, under date of the
30th of August, transcends and, of course, vio
lates the law In both these particulars, and de
clares that tbe property of rebels, whether need
inppott of tbe rebellion or not, ensli be oou
flsoatsd, and If consisting in slaves, that thav
shall be at once manumitted. ' The aot of Con.
greet referred to, was believed to embody the
conservative policy oi your Administration
this delicate and perplexing question, and
hence the loyal men of the Border Ulave States
have felt relieved of fell fears of any attempt
tne part oi tne uovemment oi we united
states to -liberate auaaeniv tn their , midat a
population ihipreparxd for freedom and whose
presence could Dot fall lo prove a painful ap
prehension if not terror to toe homes end fami-
iiuor ah. ' Yon may therefore well judge of
i ' J . i : i i.. t . . i
iue -aiarm ana couuemnatiuu wuu wiupa toe
Union-loving citizens of Kentucky tie State
witb bote popular sentiment l aat beat ao-
qnainted have read thit proclamation..-, The
hope ie earnestly indulged by uiem at it . Is by
yselt that thla paper was Issued under tbe
pressure of a military necessity which General
Fremont believed luatified the step, but that in
partioularr specified It hat sot your approba
and will not be enforced in derogation of
law.". Tbe magnitude or toe interest at stake
my extreme desire that by no misappreben
of yoor sentiments or purposes shsll the
power and fervor of tbe loyalty ot Kentucky be
thie moment abated or .chilled; musf be my
anolorv forth frankness with which I hare
addressed yon) fend for tbe request. I venture to
make of an expression of your views npon the
points of Gen . rremonf t proclamation on which
'
all
ft
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by
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in
toet
it
J. HOLT.
Hit Excellency, Abraham Lincoln. President
Ik. rMll Sl.l. - . -r-- '
In
J. HOLT. EXECUTIVE MANSION, Sept. 12, 1861.
Hoitt Joaet-H KovrDcr Sir; Your a of thla
day.iu relation to tbq late proclamation! of
Uenerai rremeot is received.'. . Yesterday I
aoareasea a tetter to mm oy mail on tbe not
subject, and whioh ie to be made public when
receives It.'- therewith tend you a copy of
that letter, which perhape those my position ae
dlatinotly u any new one I could Write. . I will
thank you not to make it .pnbUc" until deneral
Fremont eheU hare bad time to receive the orlf
IoaI. V-'.- ,J'i - '
j Yoor obedient aervant- .
The
crop!
erop
A. LINCOLN.
a coot of him mvn
order to General Fremont, a document which is
already oeiore tne country. .
were
Tk
Mrs: Elv. of Rachealei. has received anethar I
letter frees ner tjastrana at Kicnmona, , Ut
a priaooer, and well, with no knowledge as
the rime when be ie Ukelv to be released.
permission to retnra to bis family nod
friends.' Tbe letter (s dated August 24;b, and
following Is an extract ttiersfromt ';
see tome of the taper state that I in
f,fi-Jrtrt "dolnirrnnoral kitchen work." and'
ttateiaentt equally absurd.: lbtg yon to ' fare
no puwicAiious 01 tuit natnrt.
'r.,,, v-i'ii vny i-i.'.
to
-Tbe
'
"A Sober Second Thought."
[From the Crawford County Forum.]
a. Euitoh: fnutToeln the prceediitre of
the pstcr.$-',lJ()ion' convention held at Buoy
rns. Aui-!!st31t. mv name mentioned is con-
neoUau with cihera as a delegate tw Uelt Sea-
atorlal "pow-wow" at Upper banauaity. -I
would simply atate; to vindicate my honor
aa a eidetro( Crawford county and a Democrat,
that my name waa. used, without permission,
and that the committee ea Delegates could lot
have stooped to i meaner or morf Intultihsl act
than to connect my name with tbe old ttageborse
RepublioaoA in ibis vtolnity without my permit-
aion- .-.vtA tv? t
.1 wau't'k uTatlnotly Understood thAt lam a
Democrat, and that I Intend to support the
Democratic nominations; that thla "No-party".
i'Kbow-Nothing"-"Republican"-"Unlon" hum
bug not etrAggling through the wintry under
the weight of the Chicago Platform and vainly
trying to a teal tbe support of the Democracy, re
ceives no support from the Democrats of this
section; and thtt if ths opposition are - anxious
to rid themselves of their 'fanatical and dis
union proclivities by' Connecting , themselves
with the only true friends of tbe Government,
we are ready and willing to receive them aUU
CYRUS FRALICK.
CYRUS FRALICK. OCEOLA, O., Sept. 8, 1861.
Ma- Bits I am informed that tbe eo-oalled
People's Convsntlon whioh met at B norms on
Saturday, August 31st,' have honored(T) me
with en Appointment ti delegate to the '.Union"
Benatorial Convention .to meet At Upper Sen.
duaky. ...v.-..(
Whilst I profess to be a Union man, allow
me to say that ths appolutmsnt wu made with
out my koowlede or consent. . Further; I will
say that I will support the regular nominees of
the Union Democracy in tbe oodnty and 'district,
and at our election shall vote the straight-out
Demoeratio ticket.' : ,ov -'-"
' n ...il- UTl
W. W. BATES.
Eoitob or I desire to say to my ocratic
friends that tbe appointment made by
tbe eo-oalled "Union" Convention of Crawford
oounty, which made roe a delegate to the State
Convention at Columbye.was done without my
knowledge or consent. B, The asms is the ease
in trying to send me to Upper Ssndoak to the
Senatorial Convention.- - , ,' .,':,',;
; I would further eay that (n (be 'good old Dem
ocratic party I have found and do still find' tbe
true Union sentiment, heneO I ehalt vote the
straight Democratic Union ticket for State, dis
trict and eounty efflcers. it- w.,M,r f iV.
. By giving this a place in your paper jou. Will
much oblige, . ,- .
GEORGE HEIBY.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
Terrible Accident on the Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad Last Night—
A Train Loaded with Troops Precipitated
through a Bridge.
city or a terrible accident tbst occurred 1 to an
extra train bound Eaat' from St. Louis, having
on ooara a portion oi tne XNineteentn iiiinou,
Colonel .Turohio.r i The rsKimeot we n tne
ipeotai traiosi werst aeucnneotowietr cars,
and the aecond battalion on eight cart. ,The
firat train croesed bridge 0. 48, three miles
west of Huron, where tbe Accident took pi aoe,
All riaht. and had arrived at Mitchell, when
the seoond train came on to the bridge and tbe
bridge gave way, precipitating pis cari lute
Beaver Creek, a depth of twenty feet. -Huron
is 140 miles from Cincinnati, and 53 miles from
Seymour. . v '"' ; ; ' ? ' i I i
Tbs bridge is a low tries -bridge-, about tixtv
feet in length, and . wm always SJlved to
hsve been of a aubatantial. sharaeter (When
tbe news of the catastrophe reached Mitchell.
the officers of the train returned on the engine
to tne scene or tne aisastor. oe aooideut oc
curred at half past eight o'clock. The train
was composed of passenger 'cars, Mr. Charles
irysdaie conductor. At nair past ten o'clock
laat evening an extra traia lelt the depot in
Ibis city, with Mr. A. H. Lewis, Assistant Su
perintendent, and Drs. Jseee Jodklnt, Meoden
hall, Mussey, Norton and Wood on board, who
Went down to render Aba necessary aid and
alataocs- ''
A dispatch from Vineeones Announcea that
three phjalolans came up to, the. retiel of the
aufferen. "The express traia that left here at
five o'clock , obtained physicians at Medera,
mitcneu, oejmour ana oiner points, which,
with the f Otoe from thisOity, will beef valuable
aesistanoe. There are: aeveraliCinoinnatians
connected with this regiment. " tusi : j.s
The encine not -over 'mhtd the Bkfx''era
crushed through the Mieti'. and were piled in
mass in tbe creek.Tbe -two rear cara re
mained on the track The engineer hastened
to the nearest telegraph station and telegraphed
the accident, and atated that 150 of tbe soldiers
were killed and crippled. '
: One ot the soldiers, after the accident, walked
oaca to Booais, and teiegrapbed that about forty
Of the toidieri were killed outright, . .. - ix .
One of tbe Station operctore want down to
scene or toe accident, and making t conned
wim nit instrument, telegraphed tbe fol
lowing:
BRIDGE 48, Sept. 18, 1 1/2 A. M.
A U. iwrat Wn Wnirmaiin. 'br&kethati.
oaa a irg Drosen.; triage no. S3 is broken in
two-' '.If let; four of the passenger oare down
into tbe bed of the oreek-one on to of the en
gine, and one car came to the east aide. Engine
right ' Canolear off the track. Jt will be
necessary to transier.: There are. About Ose
hundred men wounded, end as manv as tan m
. n rrw4 A k. ... llw l J .
.wi. m-wwH- w HIVIHIIir WUUUUGU. ft 11(1
killed; one of the brakesmen Under the irnina
and not yet got eat; another got 'his leg broke,
and otherwise injured; one of them all right;
sent him to Shoals u toon at got off; bad to
walk all .the way, at tome of the soldiers got
the band-oar Two cars with officer and
baggage oar were left on lb weft tide, I expect
right. Patterson, the brakeman iivea in
ViBoennss. He it the one that ll buried In the
Win. Uon't know thAt tbe fifteen will helmta
tne number killed until the roll it CAlled) The
Commander says It will not Jt much creator
then that number killed; bnt nearly ell .pf 4he
company Is missing. , -'-- K;-.
It is tbought that the brldee Was weskened
malicious persons, - It gave way In tbe cen
ter, irom tne oest laiormauoa we can ret.
im j, j ;M'3 a
;
.-1
,
mm FaiVatkib Jtrr. Davu Fool Plav.
'A
Uepoty Marsbal J. i. Beasley, of. tbe .Confed
erate Court, snoceeded lsst Saturday nieht in sr.
reeling fonr conspirators belonging to the crew
the Drlyateer Jeff. Pavla. We learn that a
cooipiraoy existed Among the passengers end a
portion of tbe erew of the privateer to kill tbe
Captain and officers of the Jeff. Davis, and to
take tbe vessel into tne port of JNew York. This
eonaplraov bat been disclosed Alio the return
Captain Cozetler and crew to Charleston, and
proof of tbe design or toe conspirators estab-
liahed by the affidavit oi one of tbe crew Jt
tnongbt that tne conapiraoy naa some agency
the stranding of tbe Jeff. Davla boj. tbe St.
Aasnatlne Bar. Olsrlaafeii Mercurp.
i 'i i ii -
iThb Caort in Ifrw Ennubo-WelieBr anb.
vorsbla resort of tbe crops from the northern
aantlon of New Earland.otb eon and Boia-
are Buffering front tbe want of rain. . Thit
tbe general oornplaloi in Maine, New Hamp-
and the boitnern part of Massaohnastte.
There is not so anon complsiot-from drongbt
Vermont, thongh the crops ere Aol.flooilsJi-
I The BurliDgtori Fre tree savsbe
crops In Chittenden ooemtf will not ater-
more than two-thirde as mveh at last rear.
corn It late and1 will not give1 ti average
probably not ene-fonrth of Jt lenai yet
enough to boll fee eatlogiiiTfaO eppla
will be a complete failure In iTerf ,Blon
Nsw EnglAntJ. ".,;,. ,,'r.iaasttfa n
'. i ... j "j
All
eo
'
Iltavv EosataT-A paaeenger by the Major
Aaderaoa. iross -Cteoa tl, -ITinrsUay,- was
robbed of the torn of tl.SOQ ewbtlr bet was
aalerp in bis atate room, aa tbe boat ley at our
landing. 1 he money, ne savr, naa neen niaoea
the lining of bit vest and the garment and
were stolen wane ne ana nis companion
eeleep. There t no cine to tbe robber.
e nan who lueUlneitoe lose, aa well as bis
1
-fcwe,
companion, is a Mjjouitvilu Jtvrnml. x,A-t ,
The Lenlavllla jrMaoerkf kavl bf tie modify
UiCatineof Fremont s proelamatlenr 1 .j-
np and resign.
itpsreq," . -
'.'We are clad to tee It, or it most asqnes-
tlonatly will da A great deal of rood to- the
cause. In deed, e Union permitting i; uennraia
so far sxoeed their aatiority, could bardl be
considered dealrablc." 1 1, "it ( ''--'-
ptmter$ln faytt-' .v -f.il.m4 tdw'-
I'W Inn) (hat fuannt 0-t 1-arW HM.
JNo man tvnia be better
...
Sad
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k
r.'l
HEW ADYIilTISEriEU
JIattor Coamisaionor'a B
f.
Oolambaa tIahlB ifmoufaotujk.i Doii Ownmon Pleat,
ItiabD:u.uiaodothra. . ! ) Ohio.
pVHSHABI ff Xt AM OHDVR IMtDD
A. iron u umrt or uommon rieu oi rranaiiB ouniy.
Ohio, ta m dlnoUd In th abof eatltlad action, I aball
glltr tot aalS to Oie hkbeat ldd, on
4r raeae.y.iOoto1ber' 2, 1801,
txtwatn tbe houri of t a. m. and 19 m., on tbspnmUM
wbm atoot Hid Baktr'a mill (recently burned). In tltu-
ant ValltT. kladlaon ooaniy, Ohio, th followlnc prop
ortftvli: The weighing icaln, ronnanta of aaohlDary
ana otoor sononai prouarw eamand bt sau Brat t
; CaraMof aaloouh. i .. '. .-, J T '
' rrlatei'ttoM S.S0. ' .
i i, i h tHANOIB COLLIN 8, a
tpl-td. -1 " "' ' '. ;.- Uaitar GonuBlMloaar;
rrilE atlALIHED TOTEBI OF
X franklin county arc hereby notified to meet at their
uual plaoea of haliisi eleoilona In their mptctlre town
ahlM .k. - M,jk , . ... . ,r 1,11 1 I . f
SecoadTneeday at October, A. D. isoit
bclnj the Sth dar of the month, and yota for the follow,
log offlcori, to wit (One QoTexnor, one JUcotenanl floy
ernor, one Saptama' Judge, one Zieaaqiaref Hate, one
Scoretarjr of State, ont Comptroller, one Aftmbarof the
Board ot Publlo WoBke,eoe Ooaunen Pleaa Judge for
the dtitrlot eompoaed et the eouatlea at rraakrla, Pick
away and ilid Icon, one Member of the State Senate fdr
the dlitrtot oonpoaed of the eoaatles ef franklin and
Pickaway, two Member! of the Boaaa of Bepreeentatirei,
one Sheriff, one Auditor, one TrasiaMr, out Xeoorder,
one Ooamlaaloatr, one Ooroaer, one 'Infirmary Direct-;
v. . , UWW11 u uiv evTcni Mwnonipe are rcqmreu
to retnra to the Oleik of the Court tbt namei of the fol
lowing number of Jarora:
tor Common TUoi and
' (Superior Oovrto. i
P. ,. - ; (.HO.
Montgomery li
BaalltoB ..
Truro............. j...
Madlion
Jacluon
B heron,.
Perry .......
Prairie ...I,. ...........
Clinton ......
Pleaaut
Plain .................
Mifflin
Norwich.....
Bnuiiia ..........
Blendon.....J.
Wuhlog ton. ..,,..
4taeraon.,M.
1
13
i
150
f lorfrobato Court.. (
Montgomery , ........
BamUton t
Tmro-.... , ' a.
MedlKn:.......!..1.... 1J
weauon...
at
caexon..M
Perry..
Prairie S
Clinton ..' B
Pleaaut - t
Plain,.,.., T
Mifflin V.r
Norwich ... ....... .
Pranklln.... .......: 7
BleDdon.u. d
Brown 3
Waebtotton ... 5
Jeffejnon...4.,..,..4" ((
-. j
. ea eeas f
.i -tl:
ISO
Gtren under my hand and seal thla, 13th day
pcpiemoer, a. jj. iooi. . . . ,
...m , . : GBOBOB Wi' HUtrMAlf, '
. ... ....... Cs'Abarllt nt Vnnbll. Cit.., A '
LIQUORS. fc
J A BABREtS OLD MONOXdAEKLA. '", .' u', ,;
tJ 30 to. do. BOUBBON. . , , "
Juitevoeryed and for rale low for oath, by"0" ' '
..! I.AOBLLK EOBt At CO.,
. : , !S4 Bomh High etreet, Colambaj.,i
spl4 6t' . " ,.
loe:1 ...:. iogi.
Om: ,VjrESTEnN
DIvVATCE
ll I
United 8 Utes ', Exprese
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CO.,
Prop're,
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A t.A 11 T Jj Tj: Ivirt I;
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FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via Hew York & Erie Eailroad,
en
Tiri flnrtfTiwoaf f u
.. K ; .,11 :. I f-J ,
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i iii i rn1 ' i','i; . ' ' '
artered Can oyer moat Boada on Paninger Train.
h; norif,. Ag't.
m Broadway, N.
acpl3
I A. I. KNI8HT, Ag't,
T, J SS Blate St., Boeton.
WU. H. PBBBY, Superintendent, Buffalo.
. H. riTCH eV sjoff Asrentt, vi
-. 8T Weal Broad Btreet,
. o9i?a'-i coi.rMBr8,omoi.'
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ZXezLry! Seoelxlei,' ;
'-'-(Lateof lnEitablliliment,.N.T.;)'.,(,
PROPRIETOB OF THE NEW YOHfeC
faahlonable Bhaylng, Hair Outtiaf , eoampooolng.
Curling nd Oreiiln Baloon ,.', . j ,,,,
. Boutli High Sfc over Baln's r3tprO"
wtar aattafaetlon wlU'be glyita ta all -the i vVtm
branchea. . r -' 1 ' ' '
Ladlei' and Oblldrea' Hair Srenlns don In th beat
rale. ' , i . -r r- - T . , . .
.aaolSdle1' ' -J 1 x
WHOLESAIE LIQUOR, STORE. ;
LAGELLE ROSS & Co . 1 i
, l . , .-,-. , , . i ......... " - '
Commission! Merchants.
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j IMPOBTERB AND DIALS US IS
' POSEIQI AHO DOMESTIC
WINES, BRAUDIES;
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Ac." Ac. AtBO,'
s.l r.t o
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ew
get
d Rye, Monongahefa & Bourbon
j- ") r c . .; l ....I f!
, , WHISKY, "i-f
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WABIH008K AND Oil IOHtS24 BOTJTIJt jagij:
at,8dlyla VT- rJ..SX.l'JMJtJ. J-
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Sent
poet
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OPTICAL; INSTITUTE.
Tke Beet . Artificial Heln te tbe
Uaanaat tilgla,! laiwwaKeiel. -
tui i unt-n.a-t ,'if. r-jjiifi
Ing
the
ataor
their
QIA aVh.. .A . ... .. WU
a if-lVitwir Viiri AtV'tJ
BCIEHTIFICTPTICIAN, ,f
HB l f;AftO'K8T .A8SOUT.
wnABIfl meaneraul kInalaa'aafSanu..l.M .
PRACTICAL
i
XV. ment of the moit lanumyed klnde'of-Snactulaa
hi aiaeeea, whether iy wear or ttB-riRbteaV are
tronad; In coocayo cony orm with the graataat eete,
aa to luU the Jtyaaof all ae. eariag Weakneea,
Dluiaeia or Inaammatiea of the Syea, and Unpartlnf
itrength for long reading or fine aewlagr -wi r
Office. 13 laat Bbtta atneL..e.a Baiiur tt. W.tl.
Haeio Btor. . ..,,,- .si i.ii a,.-
. 1 pi' ' ' " ' i ' ' i ' ' -; i ::
doe
for
M
eoiive
"Irish -lcri:a2.
WABBANTED ITABHIO -''''-- '"'
Linen Bblrt Boeomo. . Plain and aaw wi '
I, Bbirtlngaad Boeoaa Lanon. j'h k '
it.-, Linen HbeeUnra and Pilbiar flulnn'
.1 ;a j Llaen Oembrloe and Long Lawn.i
i . Linen PocketandMfra. all ikM-
Vfcue. .t-leen Towelling aad Dmparr
Linen Wanktna anS TI'r.IUa .... . . I
Ltoen table Cloth aad jutm Pamaaka. V
iiinen Towel with colored border.
toraaieatlowprioea.
baiw at BOB,
aTe.SB Boath Blah atreet.
EAGLE BKASSJWOIIKS,
ajwraaer SprlBr tt Water Bte.,
In
aato
then
the
tient,
Dr.
and
For
and
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letter
k 15 a ,,r 1 I
1 cUrl WW. I the
TV V a? 1 f r'TTr.in. I vol
,- ' n m tm l-oa. .r-.-.
Hinofaetoron of Bra and OeeepeeMew tJeelton
. Ilniaued Brae Work af ail Dmi.ii . . '
r . g. .-TtTTrW-" -A
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W. D.' POTTa
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aunitllOBV'.T .UALI-l
uOUERHSEy'3 CALPili
REMOVES 1HD IpikBVEMTS IN-
Sunmatlon and palo, and heals lb worst barn,
eMy bruin, oot .or freih wound of an kind, umll
MUtt;oaS pais, from boa oUuk. moao.ui.to bit, and
euiumum pianio, neuralgia, rhtnautlut, airue In IM
nut, mH rhona, ols. i When taken Internally, It will
potiuviiry aaro orosp taohUdnn,aod fire Imaedlata
nllenoaUS wartlowa ot aha Wrribla oomplalnti alto,
romotoa hoanontM and nn throat. Price, US oenUf
bottle. Sbould be In T isbonao-. for sale by Dnf
BlataaodSlorakeepon. , IttVW SCONB, ,
r - . bom jrrourielor. N k .nomae .. VnHr .
lviai' a.t" :
oetdAwlra1
but
No real jaeiloa sua be dons the' abore pnparatloai
t by proenrloiaiiA yeaulnt. deeariptlye pampbleteA
i found with all dealera, or will be eent by Proorletdr
on demand. Formula and Trial Bottlee eent to Phyel
oiaaii who will fend developmaats la tola worthy ttiell
acceptance and approyal. . . B .i v '
Qorramondenoe aoUeltee frow all Whcae neceeeltlee ar
earioeity prompt to a trial of the abore reliable Kama
dtea. . k. I
foa ami, by ,tha aaoal whtleaala end reUII dealer
everywhere. ,r .. , , 0 v t; I
JOlilf L. lllVNNEWCl.L.e Praprletal
V "'oHtmg iNp rHABMACIUTIST, ; !
1 '7 Bo.' 8 CommarslAl Wharf, Boston, Mass. j
l Aohcrta Ae Bamnel.M. B. Mamie. J. B. Cook, i.
Penis, 0. Denis k Bona, A- Behneller tt Boa. Ageota
for OplumbuS. thlor,,,, ,-,jijwa o.i nwu myi-aiy
p Oysters LOysters!!t
TTA JIJ8 KECKIVED, AND 'Wltl.
XJL be ta eatiy reoeipi, ay pn, oi -, -(f
r 'TAESfl HiS t KEO OI8TEE8,
from Baltimore and Till Darm." '
Uail at wagaer-a uyiurana rruii pcpoi, pa. i
n"-o'l nl(SMi.l
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VkVXf.H
B Al N & SO N.
ABB NOW OPFEBISa Vl
3000 tarda tiaveUn Dreaa 0
X ceou.
Mr,.
ooda at8f, yttui
Hi' .
tire Oooda atlJ. value HffoU
KnglUU
french Oi
yarua rait voiorca wwae at iw. nine aa oeni.
yarda Poniard Dreea Bllki at 37X, value 90 eenti
Oiuvi Tarda Trayallntf 1
SO00 yard Engllah Becagee at Urrtlut is oeota.
franco Uf taneiea ai ixti Tame oeau
ut Oolond lawoa at lo. yalue IS oenta.
10UO yarda french Organdie at 12& value SB oentt.
1500 vard Buser Plain Black Bilk at at 06. yalue B185.
Bote of Organdie Berage.'and Bnglith Borage, at one-
half their value.
J23
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BAIN At BON, i H
29 South UJh Btreet.
REMOVAL.
1
(irrocenBV..(e.f-t atr n
'v-i-i. -Produce, s. r::V
Foreign and l6incstiJ. Ltfitiors,
Fruits, etq, e;Al'Hv u,,.:
Vtl t. lljW !
i:i.ji-ral- iHpfoi-i nl
i HAS BKMOVBB Big BTORB THOM.
. .. 1.1 t , Ll. .S - felv. ..!.' I "
, No. 106, South HighStreet,
TnSOldataod recehfljf'eociinlet by4VM. McDOAXD
I fw )tl . i i ' i .1 i I11 I 1 fli 'ii 'iii ' ' '
, ... .IIetalndalIy,eoeIptf , , r
air-aa un pnre j rnnne
rwsAWW mis w sira vivf vraa
. Jl.H-1
ae I .; Whl ha Will aall ''
h? yili.-er.; i . v. i..; r.-.
Ckeaw tor Caslt arCenntr Produce
ii. ' ' wjiwii ii 1 '
ID flood delivered to City trade frea'of ctirge-XH
- , - - "
o:;i.o w Kujfit.'.'-i'i' .1 -
7M. lb RESTIEAUX,
s t t ' Jirtr-. -n el Uif'-r -tl ae 'I f" i-'.-a
f.':(flnaOBS80R VMeEEB ft BEBTIIATTX)
a ie 'Jilt! uiilfw-'' ' ' ' . '
No? 106; 'gbutH'High1 StrtV
DEALER IN A
f ... i- n'.
CROCER I ES, PRODUCE
it i,KKO Iti I sJ aw S -i. '
Foreign' 'anrl ' Doraiestic bruits, -
J "-'
I.
if ti pa ' -at lif m
STORAGE & COMMISSION
, -,-, f.aialU tlK-.rf a trt-' !::
r
. EcoNoinr is wealth. ':
hoerer borea 1 cheatf iSoeapoand of Baleratai, throwi
hlfnibney. JThos. Vho piirchus, iWa Dlstalic,
a pare and wboleoome article at half It ralne and
doable their outlay Depot, J .Waahlogton Mtreet,
F-i , fl't " I9i rJ t' WTwaars. m m ii
mi ii wim e m inn in n in .j ii ii
HOW LOST. HOW JtlSTDBID.
Juat PublUheitnaiealedBnTelop Prloetcta.t i
1B0TTJBI ON TBI NATDRB, TBBATMBNT AND
RADICAL 00KB OF BPIBMATORRUBA Or Bemlnal
WeakB. lnyoiantarw Jimlanotn, Bexvat Debility, and
Impediment to MarrUur aenerallly, Neryoaaneaa. Cou-
luoaptlon, Xpilepay and fit, Menial and f hj.lcal Io
oapaoltjr, raauitlng irom MU-aoute, etc Ujr Jlobert J.
OuryerfaU, Ji.., author ef the Green Boat,. r( .
Boon to ThQaaavnets of Snlferers.
ander seal, In a plain envelope, to any aildreei,
paid, on receipt of two itampa, by Dr. OUAB.
v. id. yti sowery. aew rent,
i.
Post OOoeBea
sep7:3mdftw
T-m i w i . ii i i. I. 1 1 ii
Pereone ol fall brtnlte, Whoareiuhleotto
Ooatlyeneaa, Headache, Olddlneia, Drowilnew and ilnr-
In the eer,etllng from too great a now of blood to
head, abonld nerer be wkhont Brandnfh't PllWaad
highly danrarona eymptoma will ha remoyed hr
Immediate uae. ' t. ;)-
Tbe Hon. J. Hub!, of Weitchevter eounty, N.' T.,
eoyenty -flre yeara of age, baa need Brandreth'i Pills far
twenty dye ytara aa hie aola aeadiema.- When he real.
ladiipoaed, be It from Cold, Bheomallam, Ailhma, Head
achei Bllloui Affectione, Ooatlvenaia or irritation of th
1I1VI.B AU.VI1UU, VU.I1I.UHI VI 11 1I.UU. OK.U
or Wsddsr, ha doaa nothing bat take la few doiei
Bfandreth'a Pllli, f.1;- ;, -;
Hu) urual method ia to take ate pill, and reduce to'
I
each night, one pill. Ia every attack or licknen
twenty-flre yeara, thla almpU method baa saver failed
raster ninvto health, and few men are to b foa nd to
and nearly h. t
eld by 7oaw B. Oooc. Drn.-I,L' Onlnmhii. n a hi
sapiv-dim ' . ,
fflOFFAT'S IiirB FIliLB.-V to
all oaaea of ooitlvanaaa, dyapeprla, bllllotu and Uvei
affection, pllea, rheumatlaa, ravers sad acaaa. ebstl
ead aehea, and aU general derangement at health
Pllli have In raff ably proved a oertald and speed
remedy. A single trial will ptaea tb Ufa fills beyond
reach ofoompetitlon at tbeeatlmattoB ef ever pa
.-y t. ... .. ....
Hoffat'i Phosrix Bitten will be band eqaally af.
loaolool la all oaaea of narvoaa deUUty, dyapepela, head
aobe,the atckneaa incident pa female Indellcat bsalth,
every kind et waakoaas at tths dlgeetiva argaa.
nw a r. W.B. MOFFAT, SS. Broadway, W. T,
by all Drurtlio).
IT
BMyl&VdAtwlf
Tie follow? ,M M3rtiapt from
WrltUa by Ut br. jr. Botme,' peeler ef tut
,.ir.p.iareirMi jiayiaw unna, rvoa4n, a ., ta
"Joarnal and ktaaMSger,'' Cloeianatl, 0., and apeaka
timto U toyer of 1 worM-recewned medicine. Mai
la favor of that worM-ren owned medlclse, Has.
'a Beoraniaa Srscr m Ceitstaa XawnroNH '
"Waaeean adyertraerit la roer aolnmn of ATM
Wrnu)w'BooTiiii.9 h;aur. Kowwaaavereatde word
tavnr or a pitKut toefliolne before hi our life, bnt we
ftwloonpelled to aity o your readera that thie lane hum
w y.ve vn r, a ie -nr wo a tu rt
It la p,i.i,i7ly oi,m't,e ewmit ai5i(l Bieiil
cuieef Uied-j, bwout t ou el tb bout. And thoa
.. ,(, Vwaeait'ide betf" than
W'Z ' : " i v. - , ffWOyeetf
-.
-It;
-
,
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR HIVIGOnATOn
Zoonomloal
An ESflOtiT; Baie and
Compound,
ro lie orUtsal color erithoat dyeing, And jreveUDf
, ', . Hall froea turning grayr
FOft PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Andouringlt, when there la the leaai partlole of a lull
or recuperative energy retaining. I ,
VOl REMOVaNO SCUEFAND DANDRlfV
- ABdallentanaoaaaffeetlonS ef the Soalp.
ri s FOR BE AUTHTINO THE UAH. a
It an aneqaled gloat and brilliancy, making
Uky In U texture, and earning It to ouk
-y. 'i ' ' ''"
Imparting to I
It toft asj tUky .
taaeuf. f.r ' , ' ' .
xne great eeieoniy ana woiiaiiiig umbo ivr mw wo
equaled preparaUnu, eonvlnoee the proprietor that one
trial la only neneeiiry lo-aaebfy a diaeernlng publlo of It
aaperior qualiUee oyer any other preparaUoo ta aa. It
clean mo be head and eoalp from dandruff aod other
eutaneoaa dleeean, oaualng th hair to grow luarlaotly
giving it a rich, eoft, gloaay and Bezlble appeanuao. an
aleo, where the hair iilooeenlng and thinning, It will give
elreogtfl and vigor to the not and reatore the growth to
hoe parte whioh have beoon bald, eeualof tt to yield a
reeh covering of hair.
There are hundred, of ladle and gentlemen la Mew
York who have had their hair reitored by tbe aa of thla
layltprretoe. erhen til other preparation, hare failed. L.
U. ha In hi pne.aa.lon latter InnaaaeraM taetirylng
to the above mete, from penwaa of the hlgheat redeeoU
blllly. It will eeeotaally era -ran I the hair from turning
an til the lateet period of life; and In ea where' th hair
has already changed Hoeelor, the nee of the Invtgoraior
will With oerlalnly roe to re li to It to lie original hue, giv
ing It a dark, gloaay appearano. Aa a perfam toe the
toilet and a Ilalr Beatoratlre tt la particularly reoeaa
mended, baying an agreeable fragranoei and the great ta
olllUe It afford in drealng the hair, whioh, whew metal
can be dreaoed ia any reaaired
form to aa to preeerva it plaoe, whether plainor la omrla$
aenoe tne great aemana tor u oy tne leaie a anaara
toilet article which none ought to be wllhoaM the pitoe
plaoea It wiauin ina reaon oi ail, aeini .
with the Invlgorator,
henoe th great demand for It by the ladle aa a ataadard
.41 !
' ' Only Twraty-FiT Centi
per bottle, to ba bad at all nepeotable Drugglata aad
, ... PerfSAwre. .. '...r ,1.
' li.'' HILLIB would aall the attention of Parente and
Guardian! to the aa of hi Invif orator, tn 'eaaae where
the oh lliren'i hair incline to be weak. She wae of It
laya the foundation for a pood food AoeVy aa It -remove
any fanpurlUea that may have become eon sect ed
with the acalp, the removal ef. which la aeceeeary both
for the health of the child, and the fu tare Appear aa of
Ite Halev4'--' -- '.'1 "1-"- - . ---
alftlV
tomi
MIL-
-.., pioww m we
Oaottoi. None genuine without the (to-Mm:
M ILLBB. being on the outer wrapper, auto,
LMH'B HAI ft IN VIOOBAIOE, W-.X., bloi
Wholenta Depot, M Bey etreet, and aoM by all the
principal Merchant and Druggiit throughout the world
Liberal aleoount to parchaear. by the quantity. - '
I alao deeir tb piieaant to the American rnblla my
BTKW, AST) ... IHSXOTXD ItTRABTTAnoTJI
LIQUID, HAIR: DYE,'
whlnA. after year of ad en tide experimenting, I bave
browght toperfeoUoa.' It dye Blaok or Brown Initantly
wttbontinjury to the Hair or Bklaj warranted the beet
article of the kind In txletaaoa, i i '4 t
, . PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS. '
Depot, 66T'Dey x8t,-Newport
MOttdAwly. titiilKjiri!!.! aBww
BAjnsr& eoN:
tlO. t" -0UTH EQH ITBIJT,'
ApE now. pF'.jrxcitiiro
1,000 yard Beoer Plala Blaok SIBa at 1 OO valae
tl 85 par yard. , ,-r , a
8500 yard! Traveling Drear and. Van tie. doedr at
, 19 laoatavalue 80 etnta per yard.' : ' ' '
3,000 raids White JrtlHaatea at 19 it eaata
value 20 cent per jard. '
8.000 yardi line and DomerUo Oingharoa greatly
CMVabM..- ''' - f
-UM)- .
LARGS AND DESIRABLE LOTS OP
CHAUIJ, ItrtJlABD BUM,
.t.
,.. EfOLISH BASaTOSI,UVSIXAI, '
uwnoiuoon, roFLnrt,
AND ALL OTHER
SiTerw sund Faahlouabla SretM '
In the moatdaalrablaatyleaaadat vary towers rrloea.' 1
Of all materials, made In the moat atylUh manner atei
the latest Parte laahlont Iht moat elegant atylae a '
eity. '-'"' -'""" : 'V , . .
i -.. i --. i t -n : AJA1N BOJI, I'
1 may ju --, : . . - ne, wi boo in uiga atreet
-' '- ' '
.Vtlif'Alij fil
t , " V "-ii.loCl ai tl
, -Vjf Vutri
MILLIONS OF EMOIJEY
ForanInch.o.Tiffle!
WAS Off CB TBE EXrjIi Aid ATlOli 6? , .
adylnaQoeea That Inch of tlma.n ha nman. L
ed at a mach cheaper rate, and many long yeara o,ni Ji
tifiAviu aw jiArnwtijs .miw,
enjoyed byeoeiulttcg Dtl BBBBtrTjAf BIB wti?
ll curing Ute moat otntlnat end lonS-itandlng dUeaiea..-.
of th tjnqi, mart, mvbb, kidnbyS, blad ?!
SIOMAOH RHBITMATIBW DI8KA8ES PBOO-V.-LIAB
TO VEMALE8, BKIN DISBASB8, AND-Aii
w.f" . 4..( j,.f.i
111'
J fatcta are tnbera VMtfiAZ
THear what th Philadelphia oorreipondenteaya la tbe
'Commonwealth.' Wllminetan. n.l.nra. k n 1.1
lesj.- . . .. ... . .. , , 1 . r .
"AA Inalln aentleman. farmarlr aoauetaA atltk k.
Bribjah Army, and who aty lee huaeell the Indian
BoUnlo Phyelctan , ha of 11 gained an exteneiv repa
tatlea hr by hi akiU fa carina- all manner at .
plain U... Borne of bla patient have convened wutv
and they pronounce hi remedle and mad of Ireataaeat
a very rnp.rior. Some bava been, reetoied an M by a '
rnaglo. The medicine he Bea ia diitllled by hlmealf.. 1
fritT'lu,.,1"lr Ieaelwaer- wnratlvw propertiei.
While aollog In tbe army be devotee hi. bMuro me- n
aeou 10 a tnorourn atudv af th.h.1.
v. wu. wwwjiwi Kwie an. aero on ail aeaaaor Of te--eaeea.
It teem he ha found t urs And needy rema-
dy fer all th '111 that fleet) I heir to.' HUpYkUcVi.
alreadv axtamlya anil ta H.ll. tL ,.ZZ
plaiala to which Females are tubjeoted, b ha ao qnal.
aa a Urn nam bar here have iaauaA ih.t th.. ...
Vfif l"?'00 baalth, but their lives, to the a
kill of thie Indian Botanic Phyilcmn." - ,3
Office 37 EatrSfAle gireet. Colambnt. 1 1
Elegant laceTIantUlaa
:i.pOA
XJ-XaNT
No. 29 South HigEBC
HATB jnit opened an invoice of yery Urga and.,1
handaom - - ' - - '
PUSHER', FRENCH. AND- CHANTILLA -"1lA.CE
UANT1XLA8 ANDPOINTE9.
WjJb Iench: Laces -lonBjuiktic
Very DeepFrenebnonnolngLacea.?. ItiH
Real Thread, Frenoh, C.'ianUlla Jt GensvesAi
; v h;HiH.
Taltnclennet, Point tie .Care; Brarils
v ud Thread Laoei and CollarB.
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H,'D?F3,a
MALTESE LACE COLLARS at SETS,
LINEN COLLARS A CUFFS,
"! .-.' InnewSbAiiesi-MvC
-1 WAWPB) JVlt 4 Da . PTTPt-fl
rr ( f,i ,... j 4. u h ie ,6 .. cor traveling.
,1,111
1
Cc
KOBAStBIteuIB, FOriJXB, BHBPBXBD'I CHECKB
BJWCI, FOIl tU CHJVRKS. ,, , (..-.iv, ( emr
r IATSLUI, BROCHJ. VALIKCIA3, Ae. fce'. "'
'IhS beetend moat fuhlonable atrlee ta the ct'y. .j"
AT TiniY.uo'W pjtticasi. ''' '
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