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WEDNESDAY MOftMma.SEPT.to, 18G1
Democratic Union Nominations.
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f ' BOARD Of PTJBXIO WOBKS, '
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Of Cuykogt:" ' "
0B COMMON ILA8 JUDGE, . ,
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Democratic Union Nominations. UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
TICKET.
OE0R0B CONVERHE.
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- GEORGE W. HUFFMAN-.' '1
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' .. j . C . MATTHIAS MARTIN. .
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"V!;1" JOHN C.'TMPSON.,,
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NATHAN 0LE; ':2 .
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Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
Tb Democratlo tinlbn Suiu Eicotlvi Com
lntt;, Un ( arrangement. (or folding
itftat MeeUngt u followi !fi5t'it.?; 'J
" Al Mahmiiud, Rionlanl c'oubton Tednei
dy, September 5th,tl P, M. , Speakera
f Ioa. H- J. JeweM and Hon. B. Bmna. d . ;.t oo
' ' Woorria,' Wajne eonntj, oa rrfdaiSep.
Member 37Ul. Speakera- ; ,. , ..-) m j'h
v ' AtCttrmn Cnyahoga cotwty.on Fr1dJ
VcnloC, September 27th. . SpeakeraHoajQ.
J. Jewett and othora. -J n'.i 1
AfFaiMOirr, Sandaskj oonnly. on flaturasy,
September 28tb, at 11 A.M.- Speaker! Hon.
Hugh J; Jewett, Jadga Lang (German), and
othera.- . '. -'tV,'.', J'
AtToLfDOLaeia'eonnty, on Saturday' era
nlng. tSeptambet 28th.'. Spaakari Hon. H. J.
Jewett. Jadga Lang (German), and otbere.
t M Mai!viu., Union wnty7 on Saturday.
Sepumber B8tb, -a 1 . M."-' peaer no.
Sim.Oel 8. Cox. i!. ,R w,t!,y
.. in r.tMfliiiMATi. mi v Mandav- evening, Beptem
ber 30tb.J SpeaiettHoV Hogb J. JeweM
' a a -it., rinrmrtnt ootiDtT. en Tuesday.
October 1st1, at I P." M;r.Spaakara Hi; Hugb
J. JeweU and Hod, Allen GTburman. f4 i
At GaotoiTowN, Brown eonnty," on Wednea
day.OcfoberSJ, al 1 P.:,'M. 7 SpeakerB-Hon.
Hues J. Jawett and Hoa. Allen G. Tburman
. At HiUimbooo,1 'HIgbland :" county,;' o4
Ti.iuada. October 3d. at 1 F- apeaKcra-
Hon. Hagb J. Jewatt and Hon. Allen G Tbar-
."-':' ;d' V' '; ("r. .,J,"J '
. Chiuioothi, Robi county, on FrldVy.lje
tnru AJi. at 1 P. M.' Sneakara Ho Hagk X
Jewatt and Hob. Allan G. Thormen.' t iA aif
: At CiicUTiLui, Pickaway county, on Satur
day, Oetobet 5th, at J P M- Speakera Hon.
Hogh J. Jewett aid Got. Medary. 1" '
At Hamutoh, Butler county, on Monday,
September 30tb,at 11 A- M. Bpeakera Hoc. H.
J. Jewett, Hon. Wayne GriiwaifJ, ana -non
John O. Marehall. . . . .. i'n-'V
Al LANCiam. Fairfield coantT. on Saturday
Ojtobar 6th. at 1 Pi M.. and In the eteniBg
Theafterarot meettorwin b aMreaiedBy Oil
Hotv. Allaa ,G, TburmaBr ndtha, .evening
meeting the Hon; Hugh t Jewett.H ;
At Aihlakd, Asblaud" eonnty, on Saturday,
October Sib,1 at I P.lf. ' Speakeit-Hon. H
B. P.,nai and 0,. , ;y .
At Moaaow,. Warren county, on Tucaday,
October let, at 1 P. M. - Speakera Hoa. John
G. Manball and Hon. Wayne Grhwold..5 ;
- -AtMritnaoK, Kop county, on Wednea
day, October 24, al 1 P. M." Bpoakerl Hon.
John G". Manhall, Hon. Wayne .GtUwoU and
other. ! " '
"""" tt.) ;a r..j..
AlNatr LixiNOTon, Perry county, on Thura.
day, October 34, at t P,';TIJ.; BpaakeriHon.
John 0-Marahall, Hon. Way n Griawold, and
Hon. Eduon B. Olda... . .
At BAirwcncT Crrr,' Erie couiry, im Tbuxaday,
Ootabar Si, at 1PM bpeakenOor. Medary
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y.
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a7ThaBotonCiirwr,f tba Slat utanV
aarar
'. lanAnb..Atf VMlv4 VMtapdA BMWflln
from the Ooremof of Ohio, rrqunflbg Gorera
or Andrew to mpply jBre thouiand Iniaotry
otder .waa .filial mmadiately..i Gov. .Andrew
..in l. nifMrn iKamuiuI annh nainmanta aa
k a .iiu Mil rrtm iha (Iitrmiim
of ptbaj Btatea Tey.are liV&uahad a tJ
..a t .. v.MnTWianMi MotJIeliaa'afaa.
lly are aupplled daily with oo handrad and fifty
tnouaana ioarea oi irran Drau, s.un
... laAt tn nmnurtlan. The COB
notion of flour par dies la nine hundred bar-
rail.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y. Great Expedition Sailed for the
Southern Coast.
Tha speelal WaahiogtoDaorraapODdaot of the
Philadelphia Aarta Ammcn4 GaMtt,ii
wgM tne win, eayas '
1 oaa bow ata'.e pcnltJnly that a powerful ex
pedition la iltclj at eaa foe tba feootbera aaaat,
and when tha Warthra people bar; froaa it, it
will ba from eiibr tHa of South Caroll
aa, Gaotla at I 'Uida. Tbat tha txpadlUoa
m-iilUsuiOjailul iabyondqueation. ''
Southern Coast. An Appeal to Union Men in Ohio.
You,,eu of fOuio,; who lota tbet'clovand
the Cpnatltatloa, faol 4 most ainioM deir
otu4.Vt wltl ;he Uykm men in tha'sboiPii
iratft wigaial. Woilb. JH
terly fain to hope to retain the eiave dv .
' r r-i rt r 1 f.
the Union. I A CV
Vn. Vnn IliAt tha flnl tthft W !-
AinnUtA ..t to hrekk no the Pemooiati party,
ft. . i.at .ai.ow ;tA InBuenoe, al a ueceaaary
preliminvy W iba auoeeaafat;proaeeutiou of
,k.t. .Akixi.: JTkaa dee red noioing "
aathaiuccewof Ita opponent!;, and upon that
lucoeaa they a eUadia a ..pretex t for, weeding
bom aba Union; La .- t.
To day (bey fear nothing not eren our Im
mense land ;ind nml arnnmcnU-JO muob
ai the aacendency of tha Union vemoavj m
th.No.tWn Statu. -They know that upon
thla, aa immediate and general reaction of . pop
nUfaenilment would "take place In tha'whole
Boufb, and tha doom of aeoeaaionism woaia
ir..iiAhlT-and fureTar sealed. "
' Had tie Union' Democracy in .Ohio, aOhe
Moaeat of ltaDolitical oDDonents, disbanded, Hk
its Republican antagonist, u wouia aT w
feacad Itaelf like it a aootariau ana ewentiauy a
disorganizing party." .Then, It would hare been
trumnBted. North and South. thaMbe people of
Ohio were a unit for the prosecution of a war
agalnat elaaery as the primary came of the re
bellion. ; ::, ,,. v.,., .
Sucb an announcement would have bad a dl
raot taodencT to discourage the great body
of
loTal Union men area in the border slate
States, and to prompt them t fall Into the armi
ot the BecewionU't. In utter ana noprieaa ue
spalr.-- - . '.-.n! ' ' "':
!!.Th Union Democracy of Ohio and its cindi'
dates are of one mind" for suppressing the rebels
lion and saving tba Union on Ihoobl basis of
tha Constitution and tha laws. 'The same can
not ba said of the new No party and Itacaud!
dates. .They are dirideo In sentiment soma oi
them beine- Jn faror of an sreotual dissolution
of tba Union in caae the organized rebel Con
federacy should not be disbanded in a year or
two. . .. . .. M.. ..-.l. 5 :':
Tba honest Union mea of Ohio, who desire
tba earnest and united oo-operation of the loyal
men in the South aa the only cffect'ire means
under Providence V earing our Union from
dissolution and anarchy, will, unleaa blinded by
Imoranee or partisan -prejudice, tote the Demo
cratic Tnlon ticket at the next October election.
Mr. Jewett's Letter.
Aa Important and Interesting letter from
Hnn TT T Ttt. ihik ITnlaa Democratic can
didate for Governor letter interesting to all
tma. lol( Union men In Ohio Will be Iounfl
In thk morBJag'! Statesman. It ii mainly an
ampUfioation. bra fuller explanation of the ex
cellent, patriotic ecntimenta embodied in the
letter accepting hie nomination, and 'a review
of Col. Ton's letter of acceptance. ,
w mi, tmlr mat that Jthls letter is a docu
ment that oommenda Itself to the oalm and sober
liudrment of crerT. oitbten uf Ohio.' We ask
for it an altentlre'perusal and a calm consider
atlo'ti.' satisfied that U it conld come under, the
notice of all the loyal and Unlon-Ioring people
at Ohio, thrvaronld to a man respond In
Veieebf acproral.
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Ohio Agents for the National Loan.
. TS SflrAtr nl tha Traasarv ia aCMlntlnt
ageaU lor tba .National Loan in the several
btatea aa taat aa auiiaue men aan aa leuuu, aou
it will not ba long before egeuoiee ooovenieDl to
WJNWHIW.UI..WJ w " r"-
reoeir lubtoritHiooBt The followinfc givei the
Dunes ot voi genu . ppoimea or uoio, op w
O. U.-Fiteh. AahtabulaiB. H.Moore, Ath
M W. ftvthiiB. Akrom John C. Tall
man, Bridgeport; Jamea Walker, Bellfontalae;
Robert Buobannoa, Cincinnati j W. G. Desbler,
Columbus; Henry Maeeie, Chillicotbe, C. Dew
ey, Caaia; a-a. nuriDuri, vieveiana; u. n.
Gill, Cuyahoga Falls; O. Ballard, Clrcleville;
W. K'Jobnaap, Coshooton; P. Oldln, Dayton;
Hosea Williams, L'aiaware; n. nniwu,
Eaton; Elijah Da Witt, Elyra; Wm. O. Collins,
Hillsborough;. Wm. Beckett, Hamilton; J.
af.il.M. T.no.n. A. H. DunlaAPV. Lhanom J.
Ault, Marion; R. K- Epoe, MUlenburgh; Jamea
Purdy, Mansfield; John Mills, Marietta; Jona-
th.n Pinna Mf Pl.aaAnt H. B. Co,ti. Ml.
.um. vuim, . w t . -
Vernon; Isaac Steese, Masailon; John Gardiner,
.T ...... T t I. rt
norwalk; Wiuara v arc or, ii wut. joaepa u
V.. Run.. W. Pinna. Pnrtimnnthl B. 8
,.wt5'4w,
rtnkn.n. P.i.!ll.i Ti.nial P. RtAna. Rlnlm
E. 8. Comttosk, Ravenna; J. J. Brooke, Salem,
Wm. Spencer, Steubenville; F. F. MoGraw,
9rJ..(t.M. f V,11.1. fi.nitiuiktInlH Q. TL
ford, Troy; Paul Jonea, Toledo) Henry P. Espy,
Urnana; VtUimDy, jr., rrooeier; naory o.
Perkina, .Warren; A.- .Hirllng, JCeola; David
A,. , -rv a i . r a
foa, lonngnown; v. Appiegata rainesviue.
; Lonobst Tnjteaara thi wobld
la London, oa tba aoth aut4 teiegrapnie com.
mnnioAtion raa aommanead with the atatioa at
Taganrog, oa tba aea of Aeoff. -Tba telegraph
Una ia twestjr-fira hundred anllaa long, and tba
el nri Meant Sttl n nlt nimfiaafnl tha clerks at
each and converaing with each , other .apon the
sum ot laawaauer,. t'.i .- " .:' t
- U7. nnfc aaUa. tA Kn AAntlmiA A, - nfltMAAA.
aarlly censorious, and therefore we very freely
eaauttnat air.' 4oa is a w Denor nan cr
n.iA nnw thAn am R AnahlinAfl 4n tha 8taUlA
Tba Rpubiicana deaarva credit to this extent
tor ma nomination. utgm wazore. --..: :u -n
. IMP Th , DuMimtlA fitatji Convatlon In
Meaeachusette haa mad tha following nomina
tions;.' 1 bi-'' ?i' r-i.v-- tir fc.u'Ai
. For Governor Isaac Davia, of Worcecter
Fat Lieutenant Governor Edwin C Bailey,
of Boetoa. ir1; u " : "''' v ','& a
For SecMtarv of State-Cbarlca Thorn peon,
of CuarleetowD, ' : ;"' 1 ' '
. Fas Treasurer fernery aaniora.oi uxtora.
f ar Auditor aioaea AJatea, 01 riy mourn, v
For Attoraet Gaaaral Edward Avert, of
Bralntree. -. M v-t v.i.,.. .-('
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GaA GcrtaTha Union Gun at Fortress
Mnnma Ia 19 Innfcaa- In diatnmUir. anil, bain rt.
fled, carries aa elongated shot weighiDg423 Iba.
naariy uawwna weigosw in rosou uai v.
Rodman's- 164uca run, which hi 435 lbs. -
Tku. tmn am thm 19 InAh aiflAil aM tha 1&.
loch amaotb-aorst art tba moat powerful pleece
Ot wtaamucm wm wrar jwt weni wjauo; vum
ia, la saodera times, thoagh Leuis XI. bad a
gaa which- throw a atone ball squal In weight
to 1.20ft lba.rand Mahamat II. areachad tha
walla of Conataatiooplo la 1449 with a gun aad
k.ll. m.t h(a Ammtwi ntlnAV. Tha tntmrinnUnn nf
iron-plated abipa baa made it very deslnble for
... afjinaa t kAva MioraumA caaiuur. tha
pv wwi - - .
hlnh arnnld hnn.k the iron (HAtea to
piecaa.' iBat, until Rodmea'a Improved mode of
easting was Invented, fct waa imposiiblo to mate
large aaoaan strong anoagn w ocav ids coarww
rtairad to giro -effattivo waloatty iaoalla
weighing auu ior-x-'--y"A - ..
; Thoeivil war UflgtvlDg a- moat remarkable
. . . . . . . j . ' h
ana unespeatea stimuiw so mo overunw mr-
patios to California and Ofttfottf Tho plaldl
. .... . , u . . .
aao awaraiing wita sarevane emigrmDw iruui
UlaairftTamu mA trMtnkl JI A'aattnall
tr cKa P.niSn anaaA litlhitAiM. tha ATAr.Iaai fo A
couple of yeara it would -doubtlosa lad to very
impotaa4 traaafera f'popnlatioa Tba actual
aoatof war, aa wall aa- alt tba border -Slates
lUkalf aa boairaatMi ay tea ceoBiet, would auDrt
saworaly a las eatiarulon o lu quiet and lay
uaawioua uniiiaw, no. wwum rvnovf w, mora
u.f..! ' ---- la iUWm ui Nutk a
TWa arifla anaaA will aB(tanhAlt1 a-aln Ual.
aa its industry la-aot 'aaTceTwdand tt 'caTera watj
tar ladooasaauts so tao tnnrty aoa eaierortsitia;
tha ray other aootloai vf tho ouuntrya-lVx J'.
)rSS iyi v. . m a'STi
4 '. f i in a mmil " af I .. .hv-l :
TrrTKMj Krfnir ! Wilfll to vonr eoaol'llon
than to bars 'tour oooditiotf brought to your
imind. ,- i'u.-j'sv-'l " ; "
Ohio Agents for the National Loan. Letter from Hon. H. J. Jewett.
ZANESVILLE, O., Sept. 18, 1861.
X.'ll. itooMk, Eaq Miooi Qbo: . .
f Dtor Sir I m In receipt el your iu??, "
. . .w. iq.k ,i n.nrak ml InADllltt
to visit vou and addresa the Maes M'tD
that tha people of your aectlon of tha State
fully eppreolata the perlloua IIbms japoajntBh
we av tauao, aou -'- - -
.. 1 i ij...rhnh.rfin,.n wltn
eravioD-T a i' ium"6 - . .
which our belovtd country la threatened, oaa Be
most eneciuatiy ana speeuuy tw.
would all thu Inquire and act ia accordance Witt
a.a. AAUtakataV AAHW iminnA- t An hut believe tna
storm now portending ruin to all our best' Inter
eata woma ioou oe aiuyeo. -.
i .r ,ha si.ia. aid I have no
doubt in youn, a atudied effort la being made to
divert the attention of tha people from tha rea
merits of tha present controvoray, It la to be
hoped tbat suoh oflbrta wilt aMa looaaasful,
but on tna oooa-orj.wei n.v
. , , ... ... .1 nl UnA.-t A nA nAf tV.
lot iea a awaj mj -u -y r--v , r .
or by htpocrlUoal pbjotion to the reaolutlona or
tma uonvemmu vr .u. v-r , . .,
it is. and after givlng-lt that conslderatioa
u.l ... . . iw,na.,anAA-i1amADaa. AO vote aa
WD10U im arww. i v '
that their opinlona and feeling! may be properly
rraroeentad and thele moat vital IntareaU aub-
aerved.K m "' ' V '-ri
. J, tl.a nannla of tha DOUtU CIVO areillt w
Repobiiaaa press of .tba North, they must eoa
j .i . . . . luul. nf aw nannla not On IV
ciuua mat a hw; . r r-- - -
atmpatbixa with them la their oppositloa to the
Uovarnmeai, oat aro aowaHj jirwii
.i .14 anrf aafmfort whanaver tha
.k.n ... . No oaa la h e aobtr
J- .... .. t k.lfwa far A
aenaea, living in ua --- -
moment, tnat tnoao woo sooauctw u..
press are aerioua in making aueh charges agalnat
their own leUow-oitiaena, or believe tbat aueh a
state ot thlnge exisu amongst ua. a.T-rj uiu,
l i - . i. a ii.ivan. knnwa that auoh
ehartaa are made for mere political and party
.a .a. . I L... al 4V 41 HaMiMnn
etlect, generally wun ioa oopwu. .uu-.m,
tha anttnn nf mma boi not onfrequently to
gratify . soma aacient malice. Tha aerioua of-
lect ot -aucn cnargea iu u '""j
t . nnn.. ' .ham tn nvnlonff their oopoal-
UIAT U.TV .pwu nw- r L LI
n ik. rj....mnut. with tha bona tbat this
.suppressed sympathy ia the- North may soon
mauilest lueil -in soma . practical form. That
such will be tha effeot tbeca ia very great dan
gar,'.! d -j i: ,i 'a ' .'
It may well oe saia nm. ww n,pi "
Hn.ih ..a imUait In the dDiarminalloo 10 000-
nort the Government, and o prosarra tha Un-
r .... . . . - . . . -. i : . k. .,l
ion..' wan eome ma onject ta bbibu-
oa. laarfahia. hnt with the masses tba
Object is pure and eingle-A'le prtum tht I'nian
for tht sik fth I'aMS.t' i And tba great ques
tion wbioh wa ahould all aoberly and candidly
. . . . I J i.u . k. . I....
oouaider Is, now can mia oa uon win n
loaa of lile and treasure, and without a aacri
fioaof hooorl ...i1' Sa-- . '
in a., lair a. aKAAntiav tha aomiaattoh lor
Governor, I endeavored to etate briefly and dis
tinctly my oonviotioos aa to our uuvj m uiv vr-
l.aa a..l lha llha f BOllOV Which I tbOUfht
ought to be adopted. In it I said what 1 now
repeal, tnat "tna greai muj rv
kinn.a aa Uaat tn tha Govarnment. their arm-
wwm. ai w J - - - - - .
pathy ia with it, and for it if tha real nature of
r j - . .r ..i .... ik.
ua aontrovcray waa tairiy uaimo uiwu,
.. narmittad ta aot In ACOordaBca with their
a. faallnaa Ad InAvmanta '.' ' ; . i ;.ai .
tiDteiiainiog ma nun aa nw ui-aa, u.
South' were honest, oui, oecetvea, tacir
kn..iia attitiida toward tha Qovainmeat
.a ant haaanaa thr maferred aur other -form
of government, or had loat their eympathy for
h.. nf ha!. father, hnt beoauaa that had boon
led to believe that tha people of tho North had
adopted and cherished eeoiimeota and feeling
hostile to them and their interests, and that
Ik. I. anlaaaan.lt Waa in A fOVemment tO be
BIMDI. VU. W.-J B
administered by . themselves I exprtissd the
further opinion - "teas u waa tnu uu.j, w
,n than, .a aiall II tO Auraalvaa. fpa. tha
llbU av iww mm . " " .
sake of humanity, to undeceive them, to invito
tbem into a flsiioaei Doavamiun, wa-xw w
n.lnht annanlt and advlaa tOffather for OUT
oommon country, for our oommon good; and by
wiee meaaures proviaa agm. an; auui
lina of noliov which. If neraietod ia,' maa tre-
lult to ouroommou rum. . . i.-j- . '
- la expressing these omntona .ana uaioatug
this lina of policy, I made tha distinction be
tween tho poople thaa deceived and over power
ad, and thoaa who bad -practised tha deceptloe
anJ n.a.a nna. laaitlnir In tha raha..). flC rOVB.
... nviv Mwn -"-a . -
lM.:.H Inft.nnAl n ha anrutllAad hw It. AHA AA
agalnat thoaa and all .others, iaeieted, and ahall
ever Inatat tnat tna wowsramaDt mast ua mam'
tained and the Union preserved., .r,
Mr. Ewing (the President of the Clh of Sep
tamhaa Pnnwantinn. a Bantleman of larsB ex
nuiaa aa annnhtail natrlntlAnk. flonrnrS In
opinion that the mass of the people South, are,
in eentimens ana leenng, toji u u
meat; ' that their present attitude Is either the
result or restraint or misrepresentation.
Col. Tod, tho opposing candidate for Gov
laatlllwihra emnhatio in bearlntt test!
ana, la favn nf thia nrrtnlnn. - He aavs: "Ba-
llevlng that the masse! of the 9outh still love
tba Union; ana wouia, were toey ieiv umram-
atalail anil tnntnrraA. rfaHAr tO-mOITOW their
will for its continuance, 1 utterly repudiate the
. arJ l-la-al anla. a.-l akAlIiinA Af llta
mOBfllTOuB BDu WlCfcfju jjicsi puu omvu va IU
inivlaMilawM nf thin miiinlrAfiY. ftnd would -f-
n for wir etnia!lr nottl Xhtj m brooghr to
0 f a'A at.l I....IJ.Jralla.
CODOltl pnniflDmen, lua ineir minguiuvu iuuuw
..ai M.A.ar1 tn aaainn. Anil htAfltfhfc htf)t A A fMS
CIO IDVI V V ivwavu -Q "
ognition of the true purposes and Intentions of
the Federal Government, from which by artful
cunning ana gross misrcprTABuuttiuiw woj u.,,
i :.I.J ..i kllluf ,!..- j:: . .a- A .. .
- Wa then agree that the masses arc loyal; we
agree mat iney dbtb pcvu wcwini, ..m
that tha ttava bacn- lad Astrav bt miarenra
aentation; we agree tbat tba Government should
OS Sustained ; ine army renoerea cuiuiant aau
Jmm.1 ,n tha anil, that tha lArira In thla
wicked conspiracy thatl be brought to duly and
i 1 a. It.. I. Ma. knl aa 4U.Ma. aa
10 UDIDIBBIUIl J un ia w , uui n wrmun aa
to bow thoaa deceived, misled and blinded meee-
aa r tha Hntith ara an Ba raeatiaa cn inn union
"they love," end from which they bars been
alienated by gross mlsrepreeenution " Colo-
nat .Tut amlrl kin -thant vlaitad with iha
HVI . " " " "--' " ,
sword with' war "war eternally,' a mtaoa
. a .... .1 It. - ....
ceretoiore unneara oi to voutiitco tu rwawo,
aniichtan tha Indamant. temove the nreludloee
or restore tbe affections of men. f Would bavo
tbem appealed to aa men v I would reel to coo
iana . tham that thaw ara In error? 'I would
rive them evidence that Iba representations
. .. ... . k. .u , iil.T.. 1
meoe w tnem ty wnico wvj wcr biiaivu auu
bllnaed," were false. " 1 would undeceive tbem.
f amnlit l.hn m-An all thia aa a matter Of dtrtv
aa a matter of safety. War! eternal war ! !"
TVau caa wnnlA nt faaafar maanfnr. and thm
l.n. a.w " " " - - - - - -
aataanaa mJ nnrnAAaa of terrible Imndrt. not
only to those wbo are immediately concerned.
' . 1 1. ....! I .-.J J . I. II
Oat- 10 tno WBOie CITUiaeu wurta, ami wspn-iauj
L.I.M. a.aAa.1 ' .aatntt ' Ana. '. tha ItlAAAaa "4
whom are loyal, and wtd, by a candid, aln-era
and authoritative asawroa, could ba made to
ha.tla aa aaalnnalvAnri AnAnfnllV la dffnsa of otiv
oommon and glorious flag, as we whoaredevot-'
. ... i. .-.
log Our enure onei-Riee aou rauurwi tm iw vnp-
port. Taking the ptemlsee to be arua.I can
net eoeoeWe how any mail, Whose heart oeata In
unison wrtbtne aaatt an oar uaioa, oaa conaem
usneoraaarily t strike down upon the field of
i ..... L....W akk. la IhaM .nt lk..n.k
DtOOU mi ISIUkUCl , wuv .a . "v- .u.wui.
ohoIce-'-not bee suae be does not idre tbe Gov
ernment and toe nag onne u nioa, wut vaoausa
ba has been "decriv-d," and "by tosa mierep.
reaeotdtion been misled and blinded," without
ikmer neellbTtai leanto unarceite mm ana
...... v,-,nJ AfahS. r-nlh ae CO vhe feelinka.
atmnatbiea and purposes of tbat 'Government
J. . r . ... L..A tLtMdafl t ki-iA
ana ni loyai citizens towaru uin.- - -(; -
; tWhVt"clrcbmJD'ceiand etetijt 'bave bfoifgW
about rhe present alarming hod nrifaappy touJi-
linn CI our naviouai auairi . -. vwir iy -
l,ifn'. a..l nna k.'..Mfil frt alt - Jnrlolnff
. 1 uvv Ulna, vw. wa avuni vm. w n ... r r -"
. , Li. - - L . 1! t ... ana k.n k. a,
irom nia yin, puiuicai unwii uv vua vmi wa.
r. . . . . i i v . .
a loss to uiacotar tne oiusea to waica urn a wur
ntes our' pttaant d'Aoultles: Whether oe not
those of the South wbo are dlsunioolati fT
L . . II.AI nf 1 n..,nln Al.aaW
Dlff a n . I bV. wcwajiii. V ,.wi. "tn. v.
legtsUtlon !) th Northern IBtatei to idtj tbft
axaintaa tfltl flrkntK hf1 arrt.T tbfm iffmlnat lha)
Noitbi or tikeo tlj resolutiotn o Cos
--AAa.inei inn liib tru ina tint-venrj bt nrom nrai
W CUHWU ar awuwA - j 1 r
. . Avakia- hita KataafT nrnmntavi hv finmi nnl ftf
pj ayu wuv iiwrw - r. j v.. v
tha nartirs of (he Nottb, and bate gone befoie
. r . , . j ' iu7 .k.. Vj a.
t&Clr people ana bohtiuucu mj.w .um iu, vkku
nittnl Ari Anllmnt. hottila to their Inter-
.... .nn aarfn.n AtinroAchlnir the Dolnt when.
B...,....-7-rr- .
bat
ai ra w mat a war e J
..a RAnailtntlonal rishta In iba Union
ilOg tna poajer, wa wt" wrl""
..a !k... na..na them that their onlf aafelt
auu .una . h . - .- . ' .
Waa in aoinir" out df It. or wbtfier the presett
. . . .a . r.llT. nn. annat.a la In K.
alarming tt.ta ot ' v. "'"' ." "T
. i .. . 1 . . k.k.bl ta ajhinh I hawa nnA
attrlouiea. to k"-; -v - - -
alluded, I kt4 exprjseeed a Reference -aoi to
eonlder Pr dlecnua. - ..)
t W bow wa tome to tM Pi:y tojf we fa
ora it wUl tl.cn be well to bok to tl.a. st.aad
as far al pngaiuie o provi o g.u"v u i.-,
wbatc vet they may be, wiiid. may thea a ow
be erenl to elk A I prcienl the great duty
devf.ifing upon ua, la to meet tb emiirgeuoy aa
we una ii, to .submit to em
evilb, that tha greatest of all may be avoided
tba tttseoiution ol the union v .
If tha Una of nolle I have Indicated ahould
ba adopted, I think we might look forward to a
spsody Ttorainatloa-of tbe"W, and a happy;
nroanaraua futnra to ourneonie ana our vnioa.
11 the contrary policy be adopted tha and (a far
away ia. mo, tutors, out a wui wuou hhui
come, It will not be ao humiliating aa that con
templated by Colonel Tod. My bumble prayer
ahali alwaya be that at no time, under no cir
oumatsxteaa. Will the' people ot those United
States so lar foreet tha history of the put or
become so lost to the memories which cluster
arouad tba namaa aad daeda ot our fathers, at
to "ooneent to be taken under the protection of
our oiitc ao called mother country or or any oth
ar power capable of maintaining for ui tha re
apsot of tba aatlonr of tba globe. M Tbat auoh
a auraeotioa Is made by one wbo ia a candidate
for the Executive Chair of this, the third State
ia the Union, without receiving a single rebuke
at tba Jhands of those who ara enlisted la bis
eupport, la to me ea astounding as it is alarm
lna t ajd of that unoarallalad majority of which
Colonel Tod bowta awaits blm, I can but re
gard it aa a muob more unfavorable aymptom
thaa any which baa tet made ita appearance.
Tha South united, can prolong the war to an
indefinite period; tbo Booth dltided, it can ba
brought to a apeedy termination.' - They are
united, beoauaa tba great maas are the victims
or "artful conning and grosa miarepreeenta.
tion." Expose this cunning and these mlsren-
reeentations, and tha South la divided. Hera
la a work accomplished without the ooat of
dollar or tbe lot! or a uie, and ny . it we .are
brought nearer to tbo end than fifty victorlea In
tho field would bring ua. Why not do , It?
Would any man or community ot men la prv
va'te or domestic relatione hesitate a moment
upon tho lubjeotJ Certainly not; Take your
own town for example. Suppose aome evil dis
posed persona living In ons section ot It, by
unwise speeches, unwise resolutions, nowise
aotiona, had given an equal number of ovil die
posed porsooa, living In tho other aectlon of
tbe town, the malarial with whloh to work
upon tha prejudices, tbe passiona and tba fears
of their people, and to excite tae moat hostile
feelings and sentiments toward tha people of
the former section,- and uai in this stato or
foaling a confl'ct waa about to ensue,' but you
who lived in tbe first lection knew that of all
thoaa men wbo were arrayed .against you but
tew were actually la aympatby with tne move
ment, that they had bean lad into it by misrep
resentation, that they had been deceived, 'tbat
they bad been led to believe tbat those unwise
and evil disposed persons represented the senti
ments of tbo entire people ol the first section,
and that, if you would undeceive tbem, they
would gladly take you by tbe band as in times
put aa your frlanda and neighbors, what would
you do? Would you aland there with sealed
lips and aword in hand, ready to bathe it in tbe
blood of the very men whom 'you knew were
deoeivedi (Jr would you -not aay ao tnem,
"Come, let us reason together t'.' .' I cannot for
a moment doubt the una or oondoct wbicb you
and your neighbor!, aa humane and Christian
men, would pursue. . This, upon a small scale,
ia precisely the condition o affaira now uour
WMirttawr
; Tba great body of the Southern 'arm, the
majority ot tboas woo remain at noma, supply
ins it with the meant of support and of subsist
anna, lava tha Union love iu hiatorv. its a-lorU
bm memoriet and 'would gladly ball, ui aa
brethren It we would but undo that which the
evil-disposed and designing bave done,' and
whioh wo admit to oursalvaa waa wrong, and by
which thev were deceived- Bat I am told la
answer to thia, tbat it would be humiliating to
tba Government to explain to any portion of ita
people, thai they might be satiafied with it, the
terms and oonditlooe upon which It ia to be ad
ministered--To ao rtgbue never humiliating
to either a government or a people it la eleta
lina to both. But I Imagine that tha hostility
of tho poople or tbe voutb la not ao much against
tha uovsrnmeni. or those wno are in enareo ot
it, aa it ia against .tba . people of tbe North,
who Ihoytbeve been induced -to believe Intend
to use the Government to oppress tbem, and
to deprive tbem of their rights; and there
fore 1 aay that tho people of the North, not
In-humiliation, but ia. that spirit of magna
nimity wbioh alwaya marks ths course of the
Juat and honest and truly patriotic, should "give
Ua tbOk total maaaea oi tna douu aucn -au-thoriutivaaaanrancaa
of their-purposes toward
thorn la would faevaa vtiapai faacaihalr. mladi
the deluilone that have enveloped these.. -
But it la humiliation thai I wish to avoid-
Thla war cannot last always, nor can it ba pros
ecuted by the Government with vigor, and with
any reasonable hope of apeedy termination, ii
tbo South remalnf bolted, end receives material
aid ant oomfort from abroad. We have now
tha most indubitable evidence that tho state of
things in thia country la looked to ty all the
principal governmentaof Europe with the great
eat anxiety and eolloitude. ' . The Emperor of
Russia haa not been client, but In an authorized
communication, the following language ia used
"ilia Imperial Majesty etlll piaoea hie soon
denee in tbat praotloal good sense af lha citizens
of tba union wbo appreotatoee judiciously tbelr
own inter eats. Ilia Majesty ii,happy to believe
that the member! ot tbo r ederai .Government,
and tbe Influential men of tbo two parties, will
seize all occasion!, and win unite all their ' er
forta to calm the efferveacenos of the passions.
There are no Interests so divergent that it may
not be possible to reconcile them by laboring to
that end. with zeal and perseverance In a spirit
of Justice and moderation ! . - , , t 'n- .
- .Language no leas pregnant witb meaning bee
emanated from both tho governments of Eng
land and France. -- It would be unmaoaabla to
suppose tha these governments, If there should
bo a reasonable pretense lor weir interierecce,
would permit their commercial ana menuieo
turlnc Interests to be for a aerlea of years almost
peraijxed by a war of sections In this country,
and it becomes a war of sections If tbe South Is
permitted to become united. 1 hare no Idea
that those tovernmente, for tbe avowed purnoee
of eoouring tbe Independence of tbo Southern
States, would enlist In their bcbaif, although 1
bare never doubted they would sympathize witb
any movement looking- to a final overthrow of
our lorm ot government. bui iney wouia at
mand a eeaaauoa ol noatUitlea, auoa lor that It
waa incompatible with tho spirit of tho ago to
permit tbo puelneae intonate of the world to be
disorganized by a wax ao stupendous and fatal
In Ita character. , , , ... ..- ,,
Unlaea, therefore, we ol the North, wbo rep
recent the Government, snow something of tbe
character and disposition attributed to ua by the
Emperor of Kueale, and make aome movemonta
authorizing different antieipatwoa from those
expraaaad by Lord Palmeraton on behalf of hla
government, when be remarks In reference to
our present trouble that "no one oaa regret
more thaa I do the intelUgenoe whioh baa been
received within the last few daya from America,
but at the lame time any one must bava beau
abort lighted and little capable of anticipating
tba probable eouree of human aventa wbo had
not for a long time foreeeen aventa of a similar
character to tboaa which we now deplore. From
tha commence stent of tbo unfortunate quarrel
between tho two aeetiona of tbe United States,
it wu evident that tba aeada ot disunion ware
too deeply seated to make it possible that sepa
ration would not take place, end it waa also ob
vious thai paasiona ware ao aroniea ooDotn
aides aa to maka it blsbly Improbable that
such a separation could take place without a
anntaattt ' - ' -. T .
WHin,. . ,a
Iu my opinion these lovomrneato will inter
vene, unleae the war Is breath! to a apeedy tar
minatioat and one great object! bava la view
in aurcestinc a National Convention, W to abow
to tho world that the people of tbo North are
not governed by passion that, looking to tbe
Constitution for protection, they are ready and
willing to adopt all ita protlaiona; and that In-
Itramaot, pointing oat Ike mode and manner la
whloh rrttvsoeee thalt be sornldertd -and ' r
edied, ic any exist, and eoutemiJiating tbat in
tbe progress of oveata'aneb aestaalty would
. l ....W.J A. . XT.. tna. t r---.. il -. .p.
ariaw, Drviiun lur m . ...vuw wwiuihh.. aw
aootva Cauteotloo tbe Nerth ahould Intita the
South, .if. tba -North aaeumea 4bln position
then tharo will be oo excuse for intarferenoo by
any fortigu owara in behalf of tho South, if
Iho waf ahould continue It will be by their
Wrong. It will be their fault, and the language
of tho uroi?eea'i governments- will bo w the
fosuh. your wadraaw a tbo onde aad
maouer 'poioted out' by tbeConstKutlon.'to
which you bava been invited by tba. Norih
And wban Wa ara thua In National, Conveutloa
aaaambled. aaleei we are all sadly ,d-olted la
the aentimebi of the m.-s"! of the Couth, the
araeent dUouliUa, bow ao alarming ' in cbarac
tar, wl) vanish aa the mlste before tba morning
aun
. a very raapcouu..y,-
MtuYoB obedient aervakt' a
H. J. JEWETT.
MARRIED :
Oa the 8.U day U Beptambar, hy t,a. Kita. Mr. W.
B. Oorriu to 111k Mam J. Vicicui. all of Orereaort.
Franklin couBty, OUlo. : f ;-. ' j
On WadnatdAT.'.tU'tBtli tnit.'.- At StXAndnwA'a
Obnreh, Jfrta, Ohlb, by Kt. Bat. 0. P. McIiVAtm,
tjOiTTBinuia, faaUaaf ttMeharAfc, la Itu .
eldest flauh(or org. Howaid, laq., of Ilyrla.
NEVpADYERTISEMENTSt
TNATIONiiirirOAN.
I il.lll.f '"' '.-.' '
TTJBH7AirT .10 IHBntTJOTIONI IttOll TUS 8K0-
. BlcAKY OF Ilia TKEASUBXa- s book WUl e
. . . . . ... .
openedra ths, , ' , , yx Uu
21tt day of Septsmbir, at the Clinton Bank,
for inbiortptloni, under my luptrtntendencs.fur Trass
nry Botes, to ba laiued under tbs aot of July 17,1861.
Than notes U1 be latusd In sama of fifty dollars, one
buudrsd dollars, Ore bandrad 'dollars, ons thousand
dollan, and lite thousand dollars dated 19th Anriit,
1801, payable tbrsa yaari after data to tbs otder of the
subsoribar or aa dlrectd,.BA biarlag Intartit at tha
rats of 7 J lOperoent. ptrannam, payabls seml-anau-
ally; sail InUreit btlag at the rate of two otnti for each
day on every bandrad dollan. for the convenience of
tbs holder, each note will bars eoapons attacked ex.
preselnfth mtsral aatouaU of semi annual lotereit,
-hlcb conpoaa may bl detached and presented for pay
aant separately from ths aotas.'' - i . . .
-SubttripUem for raot JYtatwy Xotm vM Be r
eetead during Jtttm daffnm tht day of opmtng
Farther Information ft ten on application to .
; '' ' WM. 0. EE80LBB, '
" aorernment Babtcrlptlon Agent. 1
epSMtd. viy j
Sewing Machine Work. !
ALE, KIND OF STITCHING, TVCKa
INQ. QUILTING, 8HIBT-M AKINO, OAlTltR
riTTlNO.Ae. Ao., prompllj done In a neet and eob
stanttal aianner, at Mo. 85 lut Bioh atieet. on tbs South
aide of Hick, between High itreel and Peail alley.
ON ttTTJKIIAY. TI1K 2storsPa
TBUBKB. between tba American Hotel and tba
Gwjnne Block, la thla city, a note ot hand la favor of
John Bheark or bearer, for fifty dollara. baatlot 10 per
cent. Interact. Thla le to eaatlon all penona from pur-
onaeing Mid note. A liberal rewiru will be paid lor Its
delirery at this office. ...... -
saaSMSI- ..,;, o - ' ". 1 j: '
JOHN; HUNTER,
, . MERCHANTJl AILOR,
UTo. SSO Bouth ETlh Street, Throw
: uoora pouin ox mioo,. t.
HAS jail received a choice itock of TALT, AND
WIN1EE OOOD8, mltable for lenttenen'e wear.
Onecomen will hat their ordera neatly and aabttantlal-
Ijr ezeoutcd al tbe loweat rates. . . . -r , ,
.......
Tor One Week Only.
ARMORY HIALLV
COMMENCING MONDAY. SEPT. 23. (
. TT aI 1 a .o-o-'a-e-t 1a-''
!. Great r: Original Panstereorama
WAR OF 1 SGI. :
TOGITHIB with DB. XANl'l ABOTIO T0TAQB8,
inliacbanloalHotlDa alodela. ThaeraaKat exhi
bition ever praeeoted to tba public. Doom open at 7,
enrtaln rhmatsx o'clock. Admittance 25 cenie; Child
tea ander 19 jrats of age, IS cents. -
w SSIMfiajW.; ..rj'.A . i v ...'.' X'1,.
iooi,-Mv:,..o c- l ioei,
GREAT WESTERN
DISPATCH.
United. Ktates Express Co- Frofra.
" - ; . . f . .or
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via Hew York & Erie Sailroad, k
E. otlifaEaidal-eadir Wijst
r.f.i s?( t c -: -. i--!---. . i"-t-- " ; 'i'.-'1";;-,.!.
Chartered an over moit Boila on faiii'sin Traiiii.'1
u. n;TT07rv"A't'.' ' Y i'M knioht, Ag't, "
CS1 Broadwaj, N. Tt '., . '-! Bute St., Boaton.
WW. II. PBRRY, tnperlbiendect, Baffalo.
H. FITCH A-SOI, Agenttt
SI West Droad Street, '' :
, , cnLrnncs,oiiiu. ;
i REMOVAL, y
I witLtAM Ha . RESTIEAUX,
DEALER IN
'T
.' 0
'. k - A a ' - - ' A ' '
, i; v...i - ProTiuions.
' Foreign ancl Domestic Liquors''
1 ' -i Fraitg.etc. etc.; 'T i
' HAS BEMOVKD CIS STORI IBOM ' ' ,4
NO 34, NORTH HIGH STREET
i ft f, .- " , .. ." '
TO 'v.'"1! ' 1
:iNo. lOO' Souths High 'Street;
ljcI -. r ' . r.'t r -..
The old stand rscenlly occnplt by.VM'. McDOMALO
yO ! '".' " "U ' ,v! r',i
' He la In dally receipt of
NEW AND FRESH COODS
..lJ.arinehVewIllle'tl " k; '
Cbeap foi" caaat or Cowntry frodace.
Uj Ooodt delivered to City trade fret of chAr.e.QI
f -.)'. "' ' '
TTftnvy ZILaOOlXlOXr, ;
(Lata of Pbatont KitabltihBRnl, K. T. J .
PROPBIETOtt OF THE NEW TOR K
r Albion able ehatlna, liatr Oattlof, ebaaaMoning,
Oiirllni and breaelng Saloon, ; ... -
Bouth Iizt Bt.. orax 33ln Store-.
where aalUfacUok will 'be jlrea' In , all. thf varlona
Ladlea and Chlllraa's Balr Breailng done la U Mat
Stile. iv I i u ': ' ' ' -""'-k-'
, sepldly f ), . t k,-, a i i r "
E: r.TC0LLI3TER,
1 Wboleaalo ami Retail Dealer Im '
TOBACCO, SNUFF to CIGARS
M-M.' cvt TTSfYH atraat.
j P I T, -. S B U II G H j'.P a ',
Keep 'loaatamtlr ! sail tko va
.rjwWlHitlil , . -t
Irtjportoc3. OiC-vra.
k Oet, W-lyd. My ,t.?...it
E AGL E' BR AS S WO RKS,
Carmor afrlaf a WMeiita.,
4. a. . W A"
W C 'v POTTO W GO;
r
l KanAn.HAMtV.er BMsaaad Ooaapealttoa Oastlngs,
aiBlAMO t W Ail A. wmm if worn T '
k - mt'3
. a. , '-."tW t ' .1 ' m 'J " TV t
hbi'ei-diy i
I GUERNSEYCALLl' r
REITIOtES AND PREVENT 1 N
. SAmmAUon and rain, and heala the wont bnrn,
eoaUkhraWaaal ,r Sreeh wentul el any kind, prevents
welUni and pln from bee atinga, noaqults Utea, and
poleonoua plants, MaralKta, rnaamatu , aan in in
braaat, aalt rhaam, eto. When taken lntemallT, It will
poetUrely tore aroup lncklldren,aod aires medlal
reiietm me womoaaa oi una ternoia oompiainti aiao.
remotes boaraeneaa and lore threati Prloa, 96 oeite
kottla. - Bbowld be In its i) honao. Tor tale by Drug
glito and Btorekaeparj. .-.V , - . XUVINBTOMI, .
r Sou Proprietor, H lpracit..llew Sort
eettdkwltla.,. , . lW , T , r,-.-. -'
Mo real lattice eaa M dbne tba AbOT DreparaUonl
but by proeurtng aad reading deeerlptltapampbletaA
ba fonna wltn an aeaiera, or win da eent bj rropnetor
on demand.. Vormnlaa and trM Bottlae tent to Pbtel
elane, wha will find developments In both worthy tbelr
aoceptanoa and approval. . . -
Gorreapondence eollolted Mae all whoaa nmeeeitiaa ot
enrloilty prompts to a trial of tba above reliable Berne
dies. , , -n , ti-- " " '
tor tale by the ninat wholesale and retail dealer '
ererjwaere.-.-t.t ti-. t '
JOnN A.r HCNNEWEEIi, Proprleta
y.,.-1 ouufiBT aan raaaji acidtiit, - ' '
. X o. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boaton, Hats.
Wk.i a- a. a 1 TaT B r..i T n "aaW 1 M
ADMm at PMauui, flt m mruiatei ae vwmt. ana
Denlff. 0. DeniK fc Bonl.A. J, Bchucller k. goo, Ageati
for Oolnmbu, Ohio. M , url-dljr
BAIN & SO N,
No. 29 South High Street, Columbni,
ABU NOW OIFIBIBQ
. SOOO yarda Tiavella Sresa Ooodi at 8., value
IBM eenta. -
9900 yarda Traveling Dreie Qoode at 12X, va'ne SO eta.
SOW yarda Bngliab Baaaree at 13X, valne S5 eenta.
1000 yarda trench Organdlea at valae 80 eenti, '
SOOj yard. Feat Oolortd LAWne at 10, value 15 eenta. -
1UUU yarda Vonura vreea aiiaa at 3 H, vame ou cents.
13V0 yards Bupsr PUIa BUok Silk al a 1 00. valae 1 1 .
Botee of Orxaadle Beru. aad angllah Borage, at one.
half their value, i . .' .-, '. .
. - .; . . , .- BA1M m BON,
Jt?J s '.'0 Booth Uigb Street. '
ooxaT-TivaioT-rs
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STOKE.
L ACE LLE ROSS & Co ,
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Commission" Merchants.
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FOREIGH AHD EOME37IC
WINES, BRANDIES,
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Old Rye, Moriongahela "& Bourbon
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WABIHOUBE AND OFFICI, 024 SOUTH TJIOH IT.,
COLTJHBTJS, OHIO.
septdlyit
7M. II. RESTIEAUXf4
.. (aiJCCKSoOR, TO McKF.B it BEBTtrtTJXj
No. 0.0, - South ' :High ' Street,
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GROCER I E S, P R O DUC E
PROVISIONS
"Foreign and; Domestic Fruits,
FLOU R, 8 ALTI,I QU OR S, ETC.
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STORAGE & COMMISSION
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SPECIAL NOTICES
ATNE'S AGCFT -tnCTCHE,
- It ai infallible remedy for Fever and Ague. The ex
perience of many yean, In almoat etery climate, proves
that where need In strict accordance with the directions.
It haa' rarely failed to cure, net only by breaking the
chilli, tot by removing tbe morbid habit et the system,
preventing the recurrence of the dleae. ,
FETE AND AQUS, though not In llaelf dangerooa,
It apt, anleet speedily lemoved, to have inch apernl-
dons effect on the syitem, as to engender dlsordan much
more baneful thaa Itself, and whloh not only render tba
afterllfeo( tha patient miserable, bat ar la themselves
often fata(. A prompt and effectual remedy Is therefore
what Is wanted, and as inch Da. D, jAtaa'a Aooi Mix
mi Ii confidently recommended. lor tale by tfassra'
Botsin A; Saxon, Oolumbns, aid by agent etery
Wbere,- 1-.- '-.-.rv-rt. i-vj .-
iepU(fffrliattwt
THE MAN FOR THE OCCASION.
Waahlngton Wat ths maa for bla place, Jacktoa waa
the man to kill the monatar bank, Jamas Pyls Is lbs tery
man ta beat all oth art la Iba mannSaotara of pare and
Wholesome saleratns. Bis Dietetlo Is ths kind that does
ths bnalness. Depot, MS Washington Street, New York.
Bold by grocers etery whera,'
MANHOOD.
,S0V.081V HOW RSI0BD
i Jost Published la a Sealed ftavalope; Price 1 ets.t
A tEOTTJBH ON TBI NATUBB, TREATMENT AND
BADIOAL CUBE Ot BPEBMATORBHBA Or Seminal
Weakneaa, Involuntary Smlaelona, Bexnal DaUllty, and
tmDcdlmaata to Marrlaia Mnaralllr, Nemmtaeea. Con-
aamptloa, apiiepay ana ita. aaniA ado rnyaicai aa
eepaclty, reanltlng from Belf-ahaaa, A . By Kobert J.
Oulveraell.il. D.,aottret of tht Oraea Book, o..
A Boon ( Thouaanda of snf farera,
Sent ander seal, In a plain antelope, to any eddrees,
rt paid, on receipt of tiro stamps, by Dr. OUAb.
0. KLINB, 197 Bowery, New tork, Pott Office Boa
IolnVtt. -- eep7;3mdfcw
V. '. i . w. ' i I
Peraoaa af fall nblti,TtTioiM subject to
Ooitlteness, Headschs, Qiddlness, DrowaUeea aad sing
ing I a ths ears, aiULng from too great a flow of blood to
tht head, ahould never be without Brandreth's Fllla, and
many highly danreroni symptoms will be removed by
their Immediate nee. , '., .
i Ths Boa. J. Hunt, of Westcbester eonnty, N. T.,
serenty fits years of age, bas a ted Brandreth'a Pills for
twenty fits years aa his sola medicine. When be feels
Indlipoaed, be it from Cold, Bheamatlim, Aithma, Bead
ache.Bllloui Affection. Oostlvenata or Irritation or tbe
kidney or bladder, he does nothing bat take a few doses
nf Brandnth's Pllli. o i '. '
Bis utual method is to take six pills, and rednes the
dose each night, one pill. In every attack ot ek-nee
for twenty-fit yean, this simple method haa arret failed
to reator blm to health; and few men are to be foand so
acttrs and hearty as bs. .... . .. , . , .
Sold bv Joan B. Cook, Dm 'lit, Oolumbns, aad by
all raepaotabl deahtn In medicine.
aepl9-dlm i.vi
ltlOFr AT'B lulFE PILLS. ' '?
' Ia all eaaee of oostlteness, dytpepsla) UUbtas and Uval
affeotlone, pilea, rbeomatlsaa, ' feren aad egwoe, obea
aata head acbea, and all general derangements of heal la
meaa PUIa hate bitaiiably proved a sartala aad apeedy
remedy. A (Ingle trial will place DM Idfe Pills beysod
tba reach ofecmpetlUoa In the ettlmatloa af every pa-
Dr. Moffat'a Pbeanlx Bitten win be foamd aqaally it
ta ell eaaee af Barrens daWUty, dyspepsia, bead
ateknsea laeideBt to (Aaaalea tn dallcats baallh,
and every kind ef waakxieae of tba dlgssUva Orgaaa.
For saU by Dr. Tf. B. MOftAl, SB, Broadway, I, I.
andkyaUDrawlela.-" . u,- -- auwOt-dAwly
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' Tht following ia an extract from a
letter wrtltaa by Iba 3- Holme, paater M tba
Plerrepclnt-ltreet Baptlat Church, Brooklya, N. T.,t
Iba "Jooniel and Meeaeager," Oiaatnaatl, 0., aad ipealDi
valamas ta favor et that wwld-iaaawBed aMdlataa, Mac
WimlowI tooritia Iratr roa CKtLaaaa T-wtbumi .
'"We see an arartltment bt roar ao Inane afWaa
Wmeuiw'l BooTHma Brae. Mow wa nrrtt mii a word
tafbtoretipiitantmedinlnaVifonla our lire, bat we
faal auapallt to -f te yoar Madan tnat thla la a bam
ka wa aa-Bia la, ama awew ti u Ai rr
a IMS. It I probaMy owaafthe awaS meaaa-ral taadt
eineaeftl.a tay, t.iwue meene ot Uoa kcat. Aadlbom
efyoeaiaAdarswheaataaahMaeaa'td better thaa
leylaarapply." . aowayd
lEXTRAORDINAHV QARCAtNS
' iBAINtfcSON;
10. 89 SOUTH HIQH IXZXT
1,000 yards Saner Plain Black Bllki al 1 OO-valai
;f.l tllperyard. J ,l 1. V t
StSOO yarda Traveling Drees and Mantle Ooodt
'It !! eeale-talae tO cents par yard."
3,000 yards White Brllllantet al 9 1 -a rente
rales 20 eenta per jard. ;. ' J.i 4 ' i l i
8,000 yarda Fine and Domeotla Olnghama greatly nn
dervarae. ; ,f ,. - .: H .. . ' Si ! t
-AL.SO:-
LARQBJWD DESIRABLE LOTS. OP
HOZAKBIQTJXl. ALZ0SnfI8, . -
CHAUI8, fvTJl-
' SVQU8H BAB-QES.UVELUS,
. u. LAWM, CAUCOM, rOPIIHt, -
AND ALL OTHER V,,,
Now and. ITasHlonable) DreiM Oood
la ths most desirable at; lee and at very lot en prices.
MANTIIiliAD I
Of all material!, made In tha oststyllth manner aflai
the lateel Paris Vaibtons ths meat elegant atylea
the city.
BAIN At SON,
No. S9 8(.ath nigh street.
ay 3D
MILLIONS OF ' MONEY
, For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Queen. That loch of time can be prorur
ad at a much cheaper nte, and many long yeara of
..HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by cooaultlng Dr. MERRTWE ATHER, wbo
le carina; the moat ob.tlnate and long-atandlog dlveaiee
of tha LUNGS, nRT, LITER. KIDNBYd, BLAD
DER. STOMACH RHI0MATI8M DI8RABR8 PK017
LIAR TO FEMALES, SKIN DIBIABRS, AND ALL
Af FIOTIONB Of TUB BIB AND BAR.
Facta are stubborn TbiagsT'
Hear what the Philadelphia eerrerpondent eaya In II. e
"Oommonwaallh," Wilmington, Delaware, 9th of April,
1639: .
"An Bngllih gentleman, formerly connected with tho
Brltlah Army, and wbo atylea bluuelf tba 'Indian
Botanic Phyalclan,' haa of lata gained an exteaalve npu
taUoaberaby bla skill In curing all manner of com
plalnta. Soma of bia pat lent I bava contorted witb.
and they pronounce hla remedtea and mode of treatment
aa vary aupertor. Soma bate been reetored aa if by
magte. Tba medicine h oe I dlitllled by hlmaelf
from tarloui barb poaeeaalng rare earalira properties.
"While acting In tne army he detoted bla leliur mo
menta to a thorough atndy of the effecti produoed by
certain mediolnal root and herb on all manner of die
eaeea. It aeeme he has found a cure and apeedy reme
dy for all the Mill that fleth li heir to.' Hi practice Ii
already eztenalre and la dally inereaalng. In the com
plaint to which Female an (objected, he haa no equal,
aa a lira number her bar teatlfled tbat they ow not
only their preeent good health, but their Urea, to the
kill of thU Indian Botanic Phyitolan."
Office 37 East State Street, Colambrisr
sugV7-d3m ...
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An Effective, Safe and Economical
Compoond.
FOR RESTORING OR AY HAIR, '
To Its original eolor without dyeing, and pre rentier
i . Hair from taming gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNEdS,
And earing It, wbaa there It ths leut partlolaof vttall
or reeuperativ energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUT '
And all cntaneoul affootioca of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an oneqalrd gloia and brilliancy, making
It aofl and ailky In Ita Uiture, and eaua g it to rail
readily.
The great celebrity and Inereaalng demand for thi oa
equaled preparation, eontinoet the proprietor (hat on
trial la only neooeeary to eatl-fy a dleoarnlng public of Ita
anperlor qualltle orer toy other preparation in ue. It
eieaneea the bead and ecalp from dandruff and other
eutaneona dlaeaeea, eanelng tha hair to grow luxuriantly
giving Ita rich, aofl, gloaay and flexible appearance, an
alao, where the hair ia looaenlngand thinning, it will git
strength and vigor to the rootavand re tore ib growth to
boae ptrta which hate become lahl, eaoeing it to yield a
reeheorering of hair. ?
There are bundreda of ladlea aud gentlenea hi New
fork who hate had Ibetr hair rattorod by the see of thla
Inrigorator, whan all other preparation hat failed. L.
H. ha In hit poeecatioa letter! Innuuerabla testifying
to th above facta, from peraoni of the hlgheat redaec la
bility. It will effeetully prevent tha hair from turning
antll the lateat period of I lie; and In eaae where' the hair
haa already changed it color, the aae of the Inrigorator
Will with oerukluty reator It to it to Ita original hue, Hir
ing tt a dark, gloaay appaarano. As a perfume for the
toilet and a Hair Bee to rati re It ta particularly rocoa
mended, having an agreeable fragianoe; and the great It
ellltle it afford in dreaalng the hair, which, when molat
with the Invlgorator, can ba dreaaad in any required
fcrm io aa to preaerr Ita plaoa, whether plalnfor In cnrla;
hene th great demand for it by the ladlea aa a atandard
tolletarttcle which none ought to be wltbout,aa the prloa
place It within the reach of all, being
1 Only Twenty-PiTt Conta
per bottle, to b bad at au napaotabla Drugglata ant
Pert (mere. .,
1. HILLia woaldeall the attention of Parana aad
Guardian! to tha at of hli Inrigorator, in eaae where '
the child n'l hair Inclinea to be weak. Th ae of it '
lay th foundation for apoedAaad &, u U re- 1
motes any fanpnritles that may hat become eonaooted
with the scalp, th rente ral of which la nicneaaiy both
for the health of tha child, and th fatareppearanoa of
its Hair.
OaOTioa. None genuine without ths (ae-tbslls LOTTTI
MILLER being on the enter wrapper; alao, L. KIL
LER'S HAIR INTIflORATOB, N. V., blows in tht
glass. '
. Wbolaeal Depot, St Dey street, and sold by all ths
prlnelpal Merchant and Drugglita throughout th world
Utenlditocantto parchaaen by ths quantity. . v ,
1 1 alao deal re to present to tha American Publlo my
nw $xo, JiiiROtTaiisarAJrrAireoTjs
i LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean of aeientUe aaparimenting, I bate
brought to perfection. It dyet BUok or Brown Inatantly
wtthontinjnry to th Balr or Skint warranted th beat
article of the kind In txiAtance. i .'.-.
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 56 peyrSt-'New York,
MMD-Aal.. ' ' " " ' - - . . , , fjl
4 A f
Elegant lace Hantillas.
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(l-.lf
No. 29 Boutk High St.,
1) '
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HATB Juat opened aa tavaloa of vary large and
bandaoma ' . ...-
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTES.
We French Laces FORJSHAv'Li
Very Deep Freoeh Flonnolog Laocfi.' -' - h
Real Thread, French, Cbantlila Geoevassf'
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Valenciennes, Point do 0ue, 'Eruueli
.- and Thread Laoes and Collars,,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS, ' -
MALTESE XACE COLLARS St. SETS,
j LINEN COLLARS CUFFS if
i In nsw Shapes ;'
PAPER' COLLARS & CUFFS, ,,
'I For traveling --
Traveling DresTcoda.
VOIAMBIQtTEl, P0PL1SI, SHBPHBiD'l CHECKS.
- . BILKS, POIt DB CHaTTBES,' """'"1 '"'j ,V;.e
J LATELLAS, BROODS TAlINOUl, Ac. Ao. ? t
' Th beet aad moat ftuhlooahte atria (a thaeity - '
..' BAIN A BON, " '
SO South High Street.

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