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KASTPESai MUXES, rahlUher. i
UKO. W. WLAN-BJ'liyt Editor.
"TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 1. 1861.
Democratic Union Nominations.
- 3 ,POR OOYBRNOB - -
Hugh X .Jewett,
i,- J. OI BIltlllBB;- "
. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, '
: John G. Marshall
" Ot Browti.
8UPBEMB JUDOS,
' THOMAS J. S. SMITH, "
Of Montgomery . k
. TREASURER OF BTATE,
T Gl.UUGE W. HOLMES,
, 0 Hamilton. ,
. SECRETARY OF 8TATB,
WILLIAM W. ABMTBONO
0 Sineet.)
'"'". r. COMPTROLLER, - '
-: 'jWAKNH OKIIWOLD) .
'? . Of PicUwy.
BOARD OF PUBLIO WORKS,
JABEZ W. riTCB,
. Of Cuyahoga.
FOR COMMON PLBAS JUDOS.
(aiuii, ncKwT Ann Samson) ;
I1ENHY N. HKIMJES, Sen.,
. . . Of Pickaway
8TAT1 SENATOR, '
( uitcmn akd nrKAWAt)
' AUGUSTUS L. PERHILli
Of Pickaway.
UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
TICKET.
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RgPRISENTATIVIS,
GEORGE L. CONVERSE,
OTTO DRESEL.
BHIRirF, i
GEORGE W. HUFFMAN.
AJDITOR,
MATTHIAS MARTIN.
TRgABORiR,
tJOHN G. TH0MP80N.
BIOOADIR,
NATHAN COLE. .
COMMIESIONIR,'
JACOB SLYI1.
CORONER,
ELIAS GAVER.
INFIRMARY D1RICT0R,
PHILEMON HESS
Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
The Democratic Union State Executive Com
mittee have made arrangements (or holding
Mas Meetings as follow! :
At Amelia. Clermont count?, on Toesday
October 1st, at I P. M Speaker Hon. Hugh
J: Jewett and Hon. Allen 0. Tburman.
At Ggoiarrown, Browo county, on Wedoes
day, October 3J at IP. M. Speaker Hon.
Hugh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Tburman.
At Hiiuborouoh, Highland county, on
Thursday, October 3J, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. Hugh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Tbor
mao. At Chillicothi, Rosa county, on Friday, Oc
tober 4ih, at 1 P. M. Speaker! Hon, Hugh J.
Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Tburman. ,
At Circle ville, Pickaway county, oo Satur
day, October 5th, at 1 P. M. Speakero-Hon.
Hugh J. Jewett and Got. Medary.
At Hamilton. Butler oounty, on Monday,
September 30tb,at 11A.M. Speaker! Hon. H.
J. Jewett, Hon. Wayne Griswold, and Hon.
John G. Marshall. ' '
At Lancaster, FairGeld couuty, on Saturday
October 5th, at 1 P. M , and In the evening.
The afternoon meeting will be addressed by the
Hon. Allen G. Tburman.
At Ashland, Ashland county, oo Saturday,
October 5th, at I P. M. SpeakerE Hon. H.
B. Payne and other.
At Morrow, Warren county, ou Tuesday,
October 1st, at 1 P. M. Speaker! Hon. John
G. Marshall and Hon. Wayne Griswold. 1
At Mt. Vernon, Kuox county, on Wednes-
dav. October 2J. at 1 P. M. Bpeaken Hod
John G. Marahall, Hon. Wayne Griswold and
other.
At New Lexington, Perry county, on Thurs
day. October 3d. at 2 P. M. Speaker 'Hon.
John G. Marshall, Hon. Wayne Griswold, and
Hon. Edson B. Old. .. ; . ,
At Sanoout Citt, Erie county, on Thursday,
October 3d, at 1P.M. bpeaken Got. Medary
and other.
At Pomerot. Mcici county, on Saturday, Oo
tober 5th, at 1 P. M. Speaker Hon. John G.
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y.
Rather Styush.As a peoimen of style,
the following Irom the New York Tribvnt I
rather above the eommon: -.' : " ; i i
We learn that Mr. President Lincoln ii en
gaged in qualifying herself for the more deli
cate exigencies of her exalted station, fib is
about to resume, under competent professors,
the study of the French language, with wbiob
her early eduoation made br familiar, but the
praotioe of which has long been interrupted by
' the quiet bufTJHCeaiilDg occupation of domestic
ufe. - - - - :; .
TaiAiORT NoTE-Tbe money article of the
New York Herald ay that the ateamers which
tiled oo Saturday last, took out a large amount
tf TMBitirf n At Art. nnr chased here for European
account. For some day It ha been known that
lnquirie were being made into theoharaoter of
these note by direction of prsongeo of the
highest rank in Europej It la currently reported
that within a few days not much less than a
million of tbem will be tbe property oi a single
immensely wealthy family of tbe highest rank,
and that other purchases will be made on a
corresponding scale for other personage mov
, ag la the eameepheroof life. . -t.
Col. Blair—Gen. Fremont.
More than tbe usual Dumber of version of
rumors in relation to Colonel Blair and General
Fremont ware In circulation yesterday, and we
in a btlet Daranaoh la the
B Ba W BE tyty V Bnw w - i w
evening edition. W are now advised that the
proposition 01 weoerai i icujuu.
r rj,,.i ia hiaoDMnaad waa an
unconditional one, founded, it le said, on a tele
eranhlo communication from a member of the
Cabinet at Waehington-tb PostmaeUir-Gener-r
CaL Clair's reolr are
not known, but they were auoh a to lead le tbe
conclusion tnat ne aecuuea m w,cum..
Tbereupon, be was re-arrested, and ordered to
connue maisxir ,ou u. .
tackle-St. Lew Rejntb. '
Two Facts to Keep in Mind.
1. That all parties at the agree as (0
the duty and obligation or upnoiuiug me reuer
t al CovTtmea aed reelstiug iteeverlbrow.
2 . Tli tb xt grat puiut is to eoooersg
the loyal mu o( the iiuuU) to cliog to tbe Va
lou, and itut the best way t) do this, Is to re
i ot at tbe ballot-box all candidates who are
nominated and supported by that party t the
s Noifi, which ha tbowii luolf so haatil to the
rights and luterestt of tbe people of the discos
teaud States, a to lead to tbe present rebellion.
The Contrast.
Thli war is waeed oo our nart to defebd od
maintain tbe npremaoy of the Constitution and
preserve the Union, with all the dignity, (qual
ity and rlghH of the eeveral State unimpaired.
When these objectj art accomplished war
ought to cease."
Such waa the declaration ol the Union vera;
r.nn.ntlori of th 7th of August,
1861, and of the No-party State CooTeution 01
the 5th of September following. , .
Sa fr the two olatform agree-
point there i a wide and .Ignifloant departure.
The Uulon-Democratio platform propose a
Niilnnal Convention for the purpose ot witling
our National dUBoultie nd restoring anil pre
erring tbe Union. '
The No-party platform, propose boiiuuB ui
the kind. It doe not even bint that uoh a
Conventioo is nroner or desirable. Nor doee It
oontaln a word of encouragement to, or a ylla
bla in favor of co-operation with the loyal men
r th 8or,th.' or eren of the border elare
States. . ' i ' "' "
If this war la t j end in the maintenance ot
the uprtmacy of the Constitution and the pre
servation of the Union, aud In the maintenance
of the dignity, equality and tight of the seT-
eral Statia unimoalred, that is, in tne same cuu-
dition in all respect a they were beiore the
..lnn,.l,..jiL.n. it la aa evident a mat
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two and two make four, that the war must ds
br'ouBht to a olose by a mutual understanding
hi..n tti aal States throush a National
Convention or some eaulvalent proceeding.
Tbe No-party Convention followed the lead
of the Democratic in It tatement of theob-
iects oi the war. It did this to catch Demo
eratle aud Union vote. Why did it not take
tbe next step and adopt the resolution in favor
of a National Convention? ; The wire-worker
in it dare not do it for fear of losing the wpport
r..iA.i annhlirni and Abolitionists, whose
vi a m tai bb
vote thev wanted along with those of Demo
crat! and other Union men, in order to etTeot
their partleao and selfish purpoee. Nor dare
the presses and leader of the bogus No-party
now lav a word in favor of a National Conven
tion, or of co-operation with the loyal men of
the South. If they h&ve any conservatism,
they ar rode with whip and spur by tbe radical
abolition element in their party.
Herein lie the diflerence between tbe men
who rally under the Union-Democratic banner
and those who rally under that of the bogus
No-oartv. The former are united to a man in
one eolid phalanx for the maintenance of the
Constitution, the preservation of the Union,
and the maintenance of the right and estab
lishe'd institution of the several State unim
paired. The latter, while professing to etand
uoon the lame platform, are divided in senti
ment: tome contemplating like Stanton a dia
tolution of th Union after an ineffectual strag
gle of a year or twot others like Too looking to
a stite of colonial dependence on a toreign
. nH nthura anin belne in favor of
urging on a war for the extermination of slave
ry a the only man or putting down me reoei
llon aud restoring peace. ' Such are tbe discord
ant element in the boguUr!os party. I ucb
a party the erganization that Is needed to up-
nort the Government, maintain the constitn
tion, and preserve tne uuiua nun u.eu
.a Mtibliihed institutions oi me everai
States unimpaired? : "' ' .
The Contrast. Disloyalty of the No-party Men.
Our No party Union men, a they are fond ol
"oalling themselve, profess a very great horror
of the Union Democratic organization, wnue
they dare not take issue with it on a single
principle or a single practical question. So far
aa they dare go opsnly and above-boara, tuey
agree in proiessions ai win wnu m wu.w-
Democracy. Now, taking them at their word,
the only object they have in view, apart from
Union-Democrats, is to elect certain men, as
Ton, Stanton and others to office. '
It is not contended that the candidate nomi
nated on the 5ih of September, are any better
men or more loyal to tbe Union than those
nominated on tbe 7th of August. The bogus
No-party men are then simply making a contest
about :men in Ohio, aud are thus dividing ana
distracting th Union sentiment of the Bute on
the mere partisan Issue a to whether Messrs-
Tod. Stanton and other shall bold the State
ofiioes, or give place to others equally as able
and aa good Union men, who bad the prior
nomination. ; ' , '
It to divide and distract the loyal peoplo or
our State by the merest and most trifling party
Urn in the world, ueh a a question a to
choio between men equally capable and true,
be a mark of dialoyalty to the Union, we will
leave it to the honest ana pittrlotlo people of
Ohio, to decide who the men arej who have
bten and are, eocordiog to their own profession
and acta, guilty of this specie of disloyalty.
Champaign County.
;Tbe Fusion elementa mot at Urbana one day
last week to nominate a ticket. W are In
formed that they fell out over the distribution
of the offices. The Republicans insisting mat
the Democrats wanted too much; tbereiore tbey
cot nn a. knock-down. We don't know which
O" -r .... .
We snooose it was all lor me "un
Ion cause." . . ., ,. .. .. , -
OTOor correspondent from the southwest
part of th oounty, giving an account of tbe
ipeache of Judge Rankw and Stact Tatlob
at HerrUburgh and Judge Kansin ana iboroe
Frmtob, Esq. at Grove Ctly, must excuse us
be is too personal. If the Republican are al
kfied, the Democrat surely abould be.; stact
Tailor' abute of Dtmoorat will hurt nobody
, ... "f. -
IT David B. Towbb "and ten other," from
Marshall, IlL.tend us a copy of a letter for
warded by them to tbe Cleveland PlaindeoUr,
notifying lb editor of their non-support, etc,
since his 'secession" from tbe Democratic par
ty, and asking for a sample copy of the Statu
man. we snouia not m urtioou n w
... . . , . i i j ir rt-. l
received many such letter line hi abandon
ment of the old Democratie column
ITT A Republican at Deersville,' Harrltoh
eountv, write u a long letter In opposition', to
Josem H. RiLET.tbeoo-pariy party eaodidate
for Comptroller, and deeleree that he eannot
and will not Tote for Mr. Rilet.'; He tells as
to gWe Mr. R-ges, etc.eto.', and asks inat 'hi
communication b prlsted. We cannot rteoom-
modate him. ' He most go to hi owri orgsM, if
be Wantl any gas on toe oecasiui,. , . , -
Never Disbanded.
The Demooratio party ba never yet found i
.. in break uo it organisation, or aban
Ann 1 LA Mini, la Droeperiif or adversity, in
mura or war. however beset by danger o diffl
oulties, it baa oeTer fouud cauee to abandon it
principle, or deny It nam.- Ii baa bruugltt
tbeeountry safely through two wares aud if me
country le to be aved again, the Demoeraey
111 be its Redeemer! and it will still be tW
Democratie party, when tbe danger 1 pan, and
tbe Union preserved- ..Believe u. it will om
time proud thing te hare -bees s Dmr
be a
Jlat irtheWk day of B6r4ftii County
Democrat. , aI u
The Voice of an old
Patriot.
An intelligent and tried old Democrat of the
... ' t 1 A.I I - . I
county of ilamiitoo, in remiHtog uis auuu,
ubsoriptlon the Daily Ohio Stattma, makes
some remarks in bis letter (hat are well worthy
of publio attention and tbe consideration of all
our reader.? Hesaj: jf v , ;u "t'
Th Democxatlo party of Ohio bat aiway, a
a great party, been one and Indivisible j member
ot tbe party have occasionally left it, and mem
ber of the party who have bees honored with
nfflni.l trnat hava in soma few mortlfvine in-
stance proved faithles and dishonest, int
defect of human laithfulneu and integrity ha
always existed, and will always exist; and In
stances will continually occur among a number
so great a is comprised in a great politioal
party, of individual defection or dishonor. But
where tbe party at once throw them off, and
dlsolalm their acts, and denounce their crime,
thA nrtv la not. aa such, chargeable witn me
want ot truth and honesty of tbe individual.
The Democratie party oi Ohio ba aiway done
so.: Tbey repudiate and assign to ignominy
their late State Treasurer for hi fraud and
robberies did tbeir successor in power do the
same with tbeir State Treasurer, equally guilty
of robbery and fraud? or is he raised to honor
and powerT - .
It i gratifying to know that the Democratic
party of our State maintains it high position,
its honor and integrity. True it has lately been
tempted bv raise pretense, to oommit an igno
minious suicide, and descend Into an imbecile
annihilation.- . , ,,
How impudent the propositions Judaa-like
in every respect! Either an unlimited faitb in
our eulllbilitv.or an exertion of the most oonsum
mat vanity and commence in ineir own potency,
mustliave induoed the action of the would-be
great aud governing party a party without a
party I tnat seeks to get bemud me Democratic
party and steer it, or drive it, as a drove ot cat
tie are dlven to tbe shambles.
Tbe idea Is Inadmissible tbat any rcUeoting
Democrat would unite with a parti now acci
dent illv vested with almost plenary power, and
wbose only vitality consists oi tne one-iaea, aoo-
Iltion fanatics and avowed aiBuniomsts, wnom
we have persistently and faithfully opposed for
twenty-nve years, and wnose dangerous uiauo
ion doctrine has met with our stern couoemoa
tion during every year since tbe abolition party
was organized, in 1835 And above all, after
its aacendenoy to power bad carried with it the
terrible civil war, now raging with all the hor
rors of a bloody conflict, and constituting tbe
most appal'iog epoch In Human madness and Q
didal blindness known to history.
: Yon and myself, ereo, scarcely realize tbe
great faot of our now being in tbe midst of the
most erenttui convulsion oi me civu worm:
Can we realize one-half of its immensity?
Thousands of years hence, bow many will read
tbe paces of history recording the eveuts of this
day, and with feelings of astonishment, and fill
ed witn aiemay, acauowieoge an wnu an tuc
pretensions of the superficial writers and orators
of tbe age, both in Europe and In America, as
to the impossibility of any then future war
occurring among tbe Christian powers ol tne
world, in consequence of tbe refinements
achieved by science and art, and publio opinion
omnipotent lor good, tney must yieia to toe on
errine power ol trutn, and aamu mat no evi
dence appeared of there having been at this
period any Increase of wisdom, or "of Christian
civilizition, over the day of tbe destruction of
Jerusalem. . "
ST If Geo. Fremont is incompetent, we have
no word to Bay for mm, except bustle bim out
Let no man stand between the country and tbe
triumph of its cause. But we protest against
the manner in which Fremont's accusers strike
at hi reputation. ' The dispatch from WaBb
ington announcing tbat certain pistols and other
artiolea bad been sold to Fremont for more than
thev were worth, was disgraceful to tbe War
Department, and will go far to convince the
country oi me existence oi a conspiracy to oreaa
f remont down.
Wbv has not tbe War Department given the
country, without explanation, tbe figures of cer
tain horse contract which were said to be prof
itable to the relatives of tbe Secretary ot War?
What sums have been paid by the Ordnance
Department for the hundreds of rifled cannon
tbat have been hurried to Washington since tbe
Bull Run disaster? .
Let us have a general showing of the doca
meats relating to war contracts, and a settle
ment of accounts or all tne military depart
ments. Tbe Western Department U not so
far an exceptional oase as to justify such - mall
olous discrimination a is displayed In tumbling
its affair open before tbe publio. -
We copy tbe above from the Cincinnati Com
mercial of yesterday morning. Tbe press of tbe
late Republican party has got Into quit a muss
about General Fremont and the Administra
tion, and on th question there is by no means
unanimity. Tbt" Path-finder" has about as many
advocate and supporters as the " Sail Splitter."
We copy tbe above more for tbe purpose of re
ferring to the last paragraph, than for any other
purpose. We are in for a general showing np
and "settlement of accounts of all the military
departments." ' That is what the Union De
mocracy have in view, and if the Commercial
bad a tithe of honesty, or was sincere in what
it sow says, it would support our tickets, since
that Is the only way (o get at the bottom of the
matter andlearn how things stand. ;,-
jT We publish tbe following communication
simply because it come from a souroe that ha
a right to expect it insertion in the Statetmtn,
but at the tame time express the, opinion that
the rumor ii without foundation. Gov. Denni
son would be guilty of no inch act, and if the
Regiment remain until tbe 15th October, it will
be because it should do so. We do not suppose
that many of tbe troops would care to go a very
great distance to their homes to Vote, even
furloughs were granted tbem, and should they
do so, we apprehend tbe Union Democratic
ticket would not suffer thereby : - '
Coshocton, Ohio, Sept. 29, 1861
Dear Sir Rumors are afloat here that Major
McClaln, of the Slat Ohio Regiment, who is
also a candidate for Treasurer of tbia county,
and tbe Hon. A. T. iteady, wno is also a cau
didate for State Senator, returned from Colum
bus on Wednesday last, and made their boast
that they had prevailed od Gov. Dennison not
to move said Regiment till the lSib of October,
and after tbe annual election.
. Now, I hav ne objection to tni arrange
ment, unless a Rand Is practiced by the com
mending officers in giving furloughs snd passes
tooae side of the political question, aud negleot
or refuse it to others. It is not hard to Bee
hi that would lead. ' '"
I cannot think that Governor Dennison would
delav tbe marching of tbe troops, two-thirds ol
which are well drilled, being three months
trmma lust mustered out and returned Int ser
vice, and anxious to do their duty to" their
country at this hour of need ko, to carry out
the political tricks of any set of men, In order
that tbey migm carry a petv; uuuuv uuiuo.
. The Governor can see, at a glaoce, thedeeo
tattoo It would brine on the camp1, should It
be deserted by the ofbeer and soldier to gO
borne some as maco as sixiy mues.
. A Union Man, in Fatob of Fair Play.'
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Letter from M. L. Hood.
The Fusionltts of Allen county nominated
Mf . Hoob as a candidate for Commissioner, but
Mr. .Boos says no. ; . , ', . ,i
ACADIA, Sept. 23, 1861.
D. S. Fishes, Esq., Deae-Uirt -My same
bavins; beeni announced ia tbe .last Dumber
the Gaztlte ae a Candidate oa the sooaUed Uo
ion ticket cof Alien oounty, for Comminlooer,
permit S tv say that I eaoaet eonaent SO be-a
Caadidate on any Fusion ticket. Having been
Demoorat from my earlieat existence, t matt
a; d will support tbe ticket put In nomination by
the. Dftinoorarini t'sioti Cobveulien of tbe 2Gtb
of AKguolfiSril. aud having ae advance step
make la bee Ui.l)i aiiii, voiwi decline the hon
or of a race es this .soHiled UuUo. tiokat, M
any honor there be m eeh s race. v -j ;
t,..!.Trsly yours, i i
M. L. HOOD.
a ' a t " -y:
It I reported tha Indiana ha eetjtracUd fdr
ArL..a thnnund Eafleld rifles, to be delivered
Iowa.
Aoorreepondentof ;tbe BiLeoli Dtmwtat,
from Keokuk, layti J .' !
Judge "Meaon ha withdrawn hla name a tb
Pemooratlo candidate, and uov. er o-i
withdrawn hi nam asm unwa
Governor of this State and th exeoutlve com
mittee sf both convention have torn nated
Lieut. Cpl. Merrltt,ortbe Firt iow rrg.-w..
Kor thatoffloe. He lu accepted wo """
tion, and the race will now pe oetweeu mm .u
Gov. Klrkwood, the Republican .candidate, who
ha already taken tbt field and ii making slump
speeches through the State. . .
' . . . n- ... mam AhMflll III
Uenerai recruiting omcw
this city, bst Tcrniuj com m slow - y. . TM or
der of the Adjutant-General, relative p. draft
ing, wilt however have the effect to Ur them
up, and many who were before opposed .to ,go
log in will volunteer...' The loudest talking
meo, those whose voices were for '-'' J
tbe kniie, hud from the knlle to the hi t "-a t
the commencement of the present conflict, are
however the last to come forward and sustain
with their arm the honor and dignity o their
eiuntry, which now demand their eervlce
Tbey all want Quartermaster, Oommiary or
PavmaBter' oflloe. Few of them are willing,
however, to enouiaer mew
in the rank. -
Iowa. The Way Not to Do It.
A -ate head I a weak system.
at the head of tbe Governrae! insure! weak-
ness through all it aeparvw.
have abundant weakness at tbe head of our
Oovernment I manifest enough, not only at
Washington, but in every place where opera
tion are carried on. A truly great man IsIums
hi spirit into everything that i don under hi
authority! a truly little one reduce every th ng
to tbe taudard of hi own diminutive capaolty.
Thl Administration has undertaken the heavi
est contraot that bat fallen to the lot of any na
tional government of modern times, with, to all
BtnravinfA. til little ability for lti performance.
Ii has collected the means lor its own protection,
Is securely entrrucbed behind walls and hills
crowned with batteries, and there It lies, to all
,m..iM. nnablato see beyond it own fortl-
fioaiions, and thinking as little as possible of
tbe vast and aotive conntots soon to taa piace
in tbe West, aud toward wnicn evenis are nur
in aiih nnezamnled rapidity.
What the Government wants of the vast
-..vnf troons now upon the line of the Foto
.n la more than can be divined. Surely an
hundred thousand men is enough to defend the
Capital from even a remote possioiiity oi cap
ture. There is tj be no advance upon Rich
mond fiom tbat quarter, as all persons ao
nn.tntMi with the subiect, military and non
military, acree. The thine 1 simply impossible;
and Richmond I a sale from any advance
nnn tt hv land at New Orleans.
VVby, then, if Kentucky is to be saved to the
Union, are not tbe troop that have been trained,
and disciplined, and reviewed, and fonnd perfect
under General McClellany and who long for ao
tive service, sent in this direction?. Why rely
upon soldiers wbo a fortnight ago were figuring
In the walks of civil life, to do tbe work in tbat
State, when tbere sre a plenty of others? If
General McClellan Is to serve ae simply the
drill and parade master of the Government, wby
not tend the raw recruit to bim to be prepared
tr wrvtca. and use tboee that : have been
through the school and have graduated under
M instructions? There Is work preparing both
In Kentucky and Missouri tbat will need men to
Hn tr. and the sooner thev are supplied the
easier will be the performance and the sooner it
will be accomplished. uw. rri .
Interesting from the Lexington.
Fight.
Tb Chicago Tribun bsa a report of the
Lexingtoo fight by a lady who wa an eye wit
oess. The Tribune says:
From the lady's statement wtf gather many
details of interest, as correcting exaggerated
accounts previously received, and revealing tbe
ima character ol the cowardly allies of Col.
Mulligan, and the sentiments of the people of
Northwestern. Miasonrl. -
FirttTb forces commanded by Price are
not raw recruits, , but effective soldiers, well
armed and disciplined. Tbeir cannon are setv
ed bv experienced artillerists, one of whom
kept up a continual fire of hot shot, doing more
damage than all the rest combined. Ia their
ranks were larce combers of sharp-shooiers
aud it is a noticeable faet that nearly all
our men wounded by bullets,-were shot in the
head., a e.v.i ct .- -- :..
i Second Tbe Home Guards were a cowardly
and trMoberoua pack. Before tbe arrival of
Col. Mulligan, tbeir robberies and scandalous
outrages had Incensed the whole olty and sur
rounding country to such an extent tbat lm
mense numbers, seizing whatever weapon they
could find, hurried off to join tbe rebels. Col.
Mulligan was the only man In those trenches
capable of commanding, snd tbe Irish Bigade
the only ones capable of obeying and fighting.
Before the fight, tbe Irish Brigade, by tbeir
nniform courtesy and eood behavior, won, the
good will of the whole community, ana.aunng
tbe fight, acted like heroes. So charmed was
tbe rebel General with their gallantry, that be
refused to tske away Col.- Mulligan's sword
and returned the captured green flag to tbe
Brigade. ' ' -1
TAird That whole portion of country ia on
miaukablv tainted With secession. . The ad
vanea of Prioe's forces caused unconcealed
expressions of Joy, and his entree into Lexing
ton was greeted wun nearty welcomes. -
Crops in Europe.
Bvthe lart arrivals we have the London
Mark Lane Ezpreit and Agricultural Journal,
ot Sect. 9. Tb leadiag topic st this season, I
of course the result of th harvest, on the Con
tinent a well aa in the British ialand.
An article, written by a correspondent of tbe
Exprcu, who lay he baa closely observed the
orope In traveling lor masy years tnrougn tne
northern and midland counties, sustains the
statements already published, by asserting that
it is "quite out of tbe question to suppose tbat
tbe wheat j orop can be anyming use an ave-
. "Tbe wneat piani, ne aaos, "sunerea too
muoh during the winter from wet in all heavy
eoils. even where well drained, and had so much
cold to contend against in the spring, that
never recovered Itself." : - "
Barly presented a much better appearance
than tbe wheat, he add, and -wlll be found
good orop." Oat sere light, but "promise
excellent Quality." .. .....
The review of the British corn trade, in the
afar Lea Exprtu, for the week ending Aug
31. wind op its remarks on the crops of Fraooe
Germany, Portugal and Italy, as well ss those
of the British Isles, by saying:
' "With all the favorable weather we have had
here and on thscontlnent, rates have been firm.
Wheat u not envteAer plentiful; rye is short
Germany, meixe seriously so in Italy, and po
tatoes are generally aouotiui. uduht pricei
therefor; if reached, mutt bt trantunt. The
harvest not being satisfactory In Portugal, all
corn grainl, excepting maize, is admitted free
of duty to tbe 30th of April of next year .1
A New Move in Ashtabula.
f
We cannot think of aoythlnir more approprl
ate than to oiroulate the folio wing memorial
for signature through the congregation;
J tht Prmidtnt of Iht United Stattt: '
'Theondereigned, eltiaene of Aehtabola coon
ty, believing lavery to be . the great cause
oar National calamities, earnestly desire that
may be immediately abolished by' Presidential
proclamation, under tne war power.
.Tbe objection that tnch a memorial should
go to Congress, is a mistake.. Th war power
with which tbe Constitution clothe the fresl
dent, give him entire control of tbe object,
aad lulloower to emancipate-every elave, a
mean of closing the war. Let the President
know that Dublin sentime-Lwould sustain uoh
an aet, and be will hava something te fortify
brm against the- whirring i tY eowardly rolin-
oian. (' 1 .-...
.' The above ws take from the AshUhoIa Sen
ftael, the representative of the tree Repnblloan
sentiment of the State.- Let DeiMcratt who
propose to disorganize the old National ' Demo
oratio party, look and learn where we will land,
II lor, ,ucuwi
Dakota.
1
'
'-- The & ( elccflon1 In Pakota' Tenitory tor
Delegate ti Congresl and member of tb Ter
ritorial Legislature, passed off without especial
wrare'lns- at tbe Dollf. although the content was
oiri'cd. Br an extra Issued from th offlc
the Dtkotian, w learn that Capt. J. . B4 Jodd
Ii elected Delegate. Tbere were two Other can
didate, C. f . Bcoj nd -- Bell, fbrmsrly
Mlnnsot.' ' .
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
DTAHLING ;' U
MEDICAL COLLCE,
: COLUMBUS, OHIO.
npHK REGCLAtt COURSE OF LEO.
A. TURKS la this Inttltattoa will eoaMMM oa
THUSHDAY, tb Mth r OOTOiSR, and eoaUBM an-
til th 1st ol Jtaieo, iwa. . ..-. ' -
' -'- FAOTTIaTY. J'
' S, M. SMITH, M. D., ''
Profeitor of Thaory and Fraotlct, and Daan.
' FRANCIS CARTER, M. D ,
Prof, of Olatatrics a DImsms of Women a Children.
JOHN DAWSON, M. D., 1
' Prof, of Anatomy and Pbyilolosjr. , ,
J. W. HAMILTON, M. D., -Prof,
of Bartory. ' .
", ; . r, 8 LOVING, M. D.,
. Prof. Uat. Med., Tbtrap. a Med. JarUprnJenoo.
, THEO. G. WORMLEY, M. D.,
Prof, of ObsmUtry. .. ..
; ' . ' R. N, BARR, M. D., .
'''',' Demonstrator of Anatoiay. .
Terms:
Tickets for all th Proration. 00 p
MatricnUUon Tlctot lontf pa- omj -v.
OraduatloD Foes J "J
f..,r&tlAn SerriMS... a w
Koardu Sx to f 9 per won. usmuuig iiju. .v ,.
r t.. nu.ii BnA nomltil advantuas OODltft la tbo
UmaiiddlTomaMlOolloOUaioanil tbo Boipttalol
the rrmnkUO UOnDij ABurnwrj osis
Wilitarj Oinipi to tb otighborbood will ftCGMtlbU to
All totUrs ot laauiry win do pronpur biw, u
addroiHdto . - .,
sotltd a. . i M'
Mrs. Plimpton
"WIIJ- OPEN HI-B
FALL & WINTER STYLES OF
MILLINERY,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1861,
At 148 South High Street,
COLUMBUS.
sepS9d3t
Sheriffs Sale.
T. W. Carpenter Br.) -
vs. ....
J. 0. Knappes Co. )
Palawan Oo-noa Pleat.
BT VIKTUE OF A WHIT OF Fie FA.
in the above case, and aleo two other write, one in
favor of John P. Buna ve. i. 0). Knapp Uo., ana on
in favor of William 0.' Bonn vs. 1. 0. Knapp fc Oo ,to
ma dlreeted from the Court of Common Fleas of Palawan
county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at the ston room No.
1 19, In the Carpenter building, on Uigh street In the sity
ot Columbus, sal commencing on
Wednesday, the 9th day of Oct., A. D. 1861,
at 0 o'clock a. m., a floe atsortment of dry good and
notions, two stoves, one step ladder, two sets lairbank's
scaiee, one deek, one eight day dock, fcc, dec.
. Printer's fees S 8 to. ;
a.yr. nvnukn. sheriff
' By Sa. Davis, Deputy.
: W. K. Km-, Auctioneer.
aspSSdtd.
. nonry s-.ool.lox.
I - (Uteof Phalon'sEitablUhment.N.T.,)
PROPRIETOR OF TUB HEW TORK.
roihlsnablo BhaTing, Hair Cattteg, Bhampeonlng,
Onrllng and Dressing aaiooa.
South Z-ieh St., over Bain's Stores'
where aatlefactloa will bs gives la all th varioua
branchei.
Lediei' and Children's Hair Dressing don In the beet
stylo. .
, sepWily
NEW GOAL YARD.
H PHK UNDERSIGNED KEEPS COM.
X STAN TLX on hand and for sal, the best quality of
HOCKING GRATE COAL,
which h will tell at the lowest market prioes.
Call and ez.mioe my Coal beiore purchasing else
where. Office at the ston of Bradford, Bnydam c Co., head
or uanal.
i D. I. BOTDAH
aepSS-3m ,
; Oysters! Oysters!!
O. JSLm 'JTU'JSLOrlSi JiLtL
HAS JCST RECEBVED, AND WILX
be In daily reoeipt, by Jtzpnse, of
FBESH CAN & KEQ 0Y8TEES,
From Baltimore and Fair Haven.
Call at Wagner's Oyster and Fralt Depot, Ho. l satt
Btateetreet. .
augmtr
special notices;
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, HOW XS8I0BXO.
Just Published in a Sealed Invelop; Prlo 0 ets.l "
A LBOTTJBB Oil THB NATTJBS, TRBATHIHT AND
BADIOAb CUkB OF SPERMATORRHEA Or Bealnal
Weakness, Involuntary Imieslous, Sexual Debility, and
Impedimenta le Marriage treaerellly, Mervoaeneos, Con
sumotloB. Bplleper and Fits, Mental and Physical Ia-
eapaclty, neulUng from Belf-aban, dto. By Robert J,
guiverwell, at. v., antoot ot too ureea ooc,m.
A Been ( T-wua-nds sf Satf ferere,
Bent ander aeal, In a plain envelope, to any address,
noat mid. m rnwlnt of two alamos, by Dr. 0UA8.
i.O. KLINB. 1S7 Bowery. Mew York, PoeOffloo Boa
Mo4jei...i , . i ...... . Sp7;
Peresna ol lull bablt, Whoansabjsetto
OosttveMas, Headache, Omdloeas, Droweioees and ting
ing I a th ears, arlilog front too great a tow ot blood t
th bead, thould never be without Brandrem'a Pill, aad
many highly dangerous symptoms will be removed by
their Immediate aw.
Tb Don. J. Bunt, of Westchester oouoly. 5. T.,
seventy fir years of ags, has need Brandreth's Pill for
twenty five rears as his sol medlein. Wnea ba teal
1 idUpoaed, bs It from Cold, Rheumatlim. Asthma, Head
ache, Bilious Affections, Oostlreneit or Irritation of the
kidneys or bladder, he does nothing but take a few doses
if Biandreth's Pills. 1 . . ' ' I. -
Bis atoal method Is to take six pills, and reduce the
dee ones eight, oa pill. Ia every atteek of stckase
for twenty-Are year, this simple method baa never tailed
to restore hla to beellhj and lew ea are to be foaad ae
activ and hearty as h. -' - "
Bold by town R. Coot. Drnfftit, Columbua, and by
all reapectablo dealers in medicine. . ,, ,
T BlorFAT'S LIFE FILLS., r .
In all eases of eoetlveaeas, dyspepsia, btlUoeu and rrvor
atfeeUons, piles, rheoaattea, fevers and eg, obsti
Bate head acbaa, aad all geooral torahgemente of health
that PilU hav -variably proved a certain and epeody
remedy. A tingle trial will plan th Lire Pills beyond
tin reach ofeompetlHoa m the Mtlmatloa of every pa
tient, -'i,
Dr. MoCat's Pheenli Bitten will be foaad equally of
acaooas In alleans of Bervoos deMlity, dyspepsia, head
ache, the steknen Incident to females In delloate health,
and every kind of woakji of tb dlgestrv ergaos.
For sal by Sr. W. B. MOFFAT, , Broadway, M. T.
and by all Dregglem. aaS-dkwl
5 Ths followlnjr U aasrtract from a
letter erittea by tho Bee. 1. I. Belme, patter of th
pierrepolnl-Btreel Baptist Church, Brooklyn, . T.,t
the"Jrolai Mimmgax," CludmU,0.,and epceAa
volants bt favor of that world-renowned medielnO, Mas.
Wnaaew' Beetwra Ivacr roa CTOexTarSTr : '
MWeenaa adwortltaeDt to yoar ooloan of tfa
Wtmutw's BooniHS btbdf. Koww aewrealda word
to faror of a patent -ediein before la oar lire, but we
feel ovmpalled to say to yeas reeden that tht la aw haaa
bug--w auv vuaa rf aaa in . n tm mm au rt
cuim. It le probably one of the swtoofieiifnl aeedl
eloee of the day, beoauM U I one of li. km. And ttweo
of yoe readers who hav babtesaaa'ld better lhaa '.
WtoPFl.. !ly4W
HEW ADYERTISEIIEHTS -
NATIONAL LOAN.
pCKItTAMT to INIIKCOTIOMI FROM TAB 810
SSFAKT 0f THS TBBABUBT, a boo. SHI bs
opoDOdoatbo ., , i
91st day of Bptember, at th Qllnton Bink,
lor sabtorlptlons, ao4or my aapsrintoadtnoo, rbr Troas
ary Kotea, le a awae waaor th act ef Jul IT, IBSI:
ThM notoa will bs laond la asas ot flfty toltart, oo
haadrad tollars, tv handrsd dol1ara,'oD thonaaod
dollar, and BV thoasaad dollars, dated, lBtb Anpst,
lSeu payable uros roars after data to the order of th
nbtorlbtr or as dlrooted, aad boarlng loteroit at the
rate of 7 llprent,praontua, eayabl auDt-aabn-
ally; said utsrost kalBf at th rat ofteo esol for each
day oa svory hundred dollars. For th eonvonlouos of
the holder, each not will hav coupons attached ex
pressing th strtral amount of semi annual InUratt,
which oaapwu y ba (Utaohod and proNntod for pay
atoDt asparately trosa th aoles. - '
BubteripUon for nek Trtaeury Juto via M r-
tMvtd during JfUm day t from tU day of opening
the boot at aforuaid.
Varlher mrorautioa given on application to
, ; ; . WM. 0. DKflllUB, -
aoTtroment BobocripUon Agent. -MpSSdtoelS.
...
Sewing Machine Work.
AE.-, KllfDS Or STITOHIIfO, TUCK.
INO, QUaTLNO, SUIRT-UAKIMQ, 0A1TSB
riTTIMa, lo. Sio., promptly don in a noat and iub
tantial BanDor, at No. 86 But Rtok stroot, oa th Booth
tide of Stoh, betwotn High street aad reari auey.
sopXMiw
JOHN HUNTER,
MERCHANTS AILOR,
No. SCO SoutH High Btreet. Three
JLraor etovttu ox jtci.
TTA8 taut received a eholos stock of FALX AND
XJL WINTER GOODS, editable for gen tlenen's wear,
Oootonors will have their orders neatly and substantial
ly eseented at uo lowest rates.
aep-l -
VM. H. RESTIEAUX,
(BUOCBBBOB TO McKBB c RE8THATJX; '
No. 106, South High Street,
. IlAUl IS i
CROCERIE8, PRODU CE
PROVISIONS
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,'
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORACE & COMMISSION
jlyl
EXTRA WHITE WHEAT FLOUR
EXTRA UD WHBAT FLOUR. , -
Bugar Cored Haas. .
Sugar Cured Beef. . , ,
Bugar Cured Tongues.
. W. B. Cbeeee.
J
- Pine-Apple Cheese. ' ' '. '
- Flih and Bait.
Teas and Coffee.
Ia atore. for sale bv
. . WM. H. BB9TIIAUX,
epSS-lw 106 South High Btreet
Soap! pap!
T7lB8BBinIS e CO'B OKUtNTAb PTJMICB 8T0NB
X' I OAF, for sal by cake or dosen.
jfTU. H. BE9TIBATJI,
espSe-l , . 10 South High Btreet.
COLUMBUS
IIJSTITUTE.
Teas ttwas Artificial Htl te tats
... Ueumaua Stem ewer latveatem. -
JOSEPH 8. PERLEY,
15RA,CTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
TTEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT'
IV moot of tb most Improved kinds of Spectacles.
Ail bis Olasees, whether for near or far-sighted, are
grouud In eoncavo convex form with the greatest care,
oo aa to salt tho Bye of all cases, curie Weakneee,
Pisaloest or Inflanmatioa of th Byes, and Imparting
Btrengta ror long reading or ano sowing.
Oflloe, 13 Bait State street, at Bellser at Webeter'i
Vuilo Btoro.
; aogS-dly '
WHQXJESAIE LIQUOR STORE.
! LACELLE ROSS & Co ,
Commission- Merchants,
IMIORTBRfl AND DBALBRB IN
! , FOSEIQI AUD DOMESTIC
WirJEc) DR AHDIES,
'Jto. l ALSO,
Old Rye, Monongahela & Bourbon
WHISKY
v..
WABBH0U8B AND OFFIOI, SSI SOCTBtBIOH BT
.COLUMBUS, OHIO.
V
sp8dlyl
BAIN & SON,
So. 29 Bouth High. Street, Columbus,
A' B,B NOW OFFBRIHO ; " '
tOOO yard Travelin Drs Cood ai B, Taroe
ISXeente. ' - ' '
BSOO yards Tnvellng Drees Ooods at 13M, value BO ett.
WOO yords English Beaagee at 12 X, valno SS cents.
1000 yards French Organdie at 12 X, Value SO oents.
SOQn yards Fast Colored l-waa at 10, value IS oents. '
1000 yards Foulard Dress alike at J7K. vala SO oents.
1400 yards Baper Plain Black Bilk at S 1 00. value 1 1 SS.
Bobes of Orgendl Be rage, and BnglUh Borage, at on
half their value. '
' BAIN h SON, '
JeSS . , . . 89 South High Street.
Elegant Lace Mantillas.
T3XLXJN c5 DON,
No. 29 South High St.,
TTAVB Just opesed aa Invoice of very
largo aad
js. oaouaomo
H. . .in
pu8her, french, and chantilla
lace mantillas and pointes."-
Widb French Laces for Shawls.
Very Deep Freneh Flonnclng Laeea. ".'J.
Real Thread, French, TJbantllle & Geneveee
"VE1XS. , i-.i;.-
ValenciennM, Point tl Gaze, Brussels
and Thread Laeet and Collars, 1
VALENCIENNES! TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS &V BETS,',
. LINEN COLLARS CUFFS,
, ' : Iq new Shapes,
' PAPER COLLARS CUFFS,- i
r... u-. . -'' v Tot karellnf
. jpBicaaca yn vuyAx&Y row,
O ' 9mtftanmmmaimomimwn ,t igi y
. Travelirs; "Dxcza Good
MOIAMBIQTJIS, POPttNB, SHBPEIBJ)' OHBCM
SILKS. POII, DB CHXTRlaV
. , iATBLUAS, BBOCHS TAIMCIAS, Sc. At.
The best sad atoet raeblooeble stjlee la lb ity, '
' jus yjBjqc Jjovr iTaioics. ,m
I . ' .' . " . satis a son. -it.
JtSl
:
001 - 1001'
QILtJAT WSTIRN
DISPATCH,
Untie, state Ezprese
Cs.t Prep'F.
5 . -5
U I I A
I 1 t
fast freight J-iNt?.
Via Hew York & Erie Bailroa4,
h4 t- I 4 i h r- lJ t ! v J .
And all other Roads Leading West
UUU DUUtXlVYCak.
Chartered Cars over moit Kotds oa Pawinger Vralasv
H. IIOVBY, Ag'i,
K51 Broadway, M. T.
L. KNI9HT, Ag't,
fit State Bt., Boa too.
. WM. H.
'- n.
PBRBY, Buperlntendent, Buffalo.
riTcn son, a cents,
I.'jrtt
., 87 Weet Bread Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
sep!3
REMOVAL,
DEALER IN
Groceries,
Produce, '
Proriaipns,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, "
Fruits, etc. etc., " "
. - HAS BEMOTBD BIS 8T0BB IROM "'" '
NO, 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,"
-v-- - to, . :". ":!. T-.iir-
No. 10G, South ffigh Street,5
The old stand recenily occupied by.WM. McDONAXD
' He Is In dally receipt of '
AND FRESH COODS
which bs wui uj.'-T
NEW
Cheap for Caeh ar Oonntry Predace.
IE7 Goods delivered to City trad fret'of cbarg.Q
lyH . i . '
MRS.WIITSLOW,
An Mperienced Nun and Femtle Physician, pneentt
to the attention of mothers, her -
800 THING S ."RUP,
' FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. , "i 1 K
which greatly facilitates the proeess of teething, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all InflammatloB wil I allay
ALL PAIN and spaemodio action, aad la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOW ELS.
Depend npon It, mothers, It will give rest to youreetve,
and .
BEUX? AND HEALTH TO YOTO DIFAJfll.
We have put up and eold this article for over ten yean,
and CAN SAY, IN OONFIDBNOB AND TRUTH, of It,
what we have never been able to say of any other medt
sine NBVBR BAB IT FAILBD, IN A B1NQLB IBT
AN OB, TO KFFBOT A OUBB, when timely aaed. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dismtlstaetloa by aay- one
whs used it. On th eontrary, all are delighted with It
operations, and speak In terms of commendation of Its
magieel effect and medical virtues. We speak la this
matter "WHAT WS DO KNOW;" after ton yean' eipe
rtence.AND PLBDOB OUR REPUTATION FOB TBS
PDMLLMBNT OF WHAT WB UBRB DBOLABS. In
almost every instance where the infant is suffering from
paia aad emhaoetto-, relief will be foaat he Sfteoaer
twenty mtWoftev thoflytwp la administered
This valuable preparation ia th preeorlptioa of on of
tho moot BXPBBIBNOBDaad SKILLFUL NURSBBIn
New BDgland. and ha been used with NBVBR FAIL-,
INQ BU00B88 in
I0B88 in t- -v -
TUOIII
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It notonly relieves the child from pain, but Invigor-
Steo the etomaoh and bowels, sorreota acidity, and givei
tone and energy to the whole system.
At wiu a
almost In
stantly reliev . . , . L'.
oeip:no ibt thz bowels, aid wind colio
and overoonw oonvdinons, which. If not speedily rem
died, end In death. We believe II the BBsT and HUB
BBT RKMBDY IN TUB WORLti, In all cases ofDTS
BNTBRT and DIARR1ICK V IN OHUDREM, wbetha
It arise from teething, or from uny other caiue. Wa
would say to every mother who hue child snffering from
any of the foregoing eomplaintr DO NOT LET YOUR
FRBJCDIOBB NOR TUB PRBJUD1UK80P OTHBR&
stand between you and your suffering child, and the re-
lief that will be SURE yet, ABSOLUTELY SURE to
follow the me of this medicina.it Umaly.ajad. Full di
rection, for tuing will acoompany each bottle. Hope
genuine unlets the fao-elmile of C OTITIS a f BRKIN8,
New York, la on tho outride Wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout the world.' ,', T '" .
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street M.Te.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE:
oetST-dfcwly. " '" '' ,
PWARK M ACHIN-j WORKS,
J V v.n NBWABK OHIO, H'i'i.
BTaanfaetarere at all kla af .
; table aad statlenarr tenia Ea-t
Kiuee, SaweMniHlT-rtw iirUlla,
LAKSdb B 0DLX1 SeoUnl B-l. SJJUfD TBtaknl
J.AJ. B. PVTALL-SoatmUt- OOIVMBVB
' MACEIMVO. ieatmttll BBADtOMD '
' - & CO. BtaUnt'lllt .
Onr Portable Kngln and aw KUI
Was awarded th Bret premium of SSQ at Urn. ludlaaa
State Fair for lc80 over Lane fcBodley aa sooobbIoI
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and sapertor character ef lumber sawed Afi
Our Stationary Engine was awarded She ana .
th e first Dramium af BMW. .1: -a- -.".' 91-11. ,1
Our Portable Engine was awarded the flint pMafoa of
BIOS at th Fair at Memphis. Tenn., over Bandy' Vr
vall's, Columbus MaohinoOo's., and Bradford At Oo'..
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineer'' " '.' "2
For prioe and terms addren - ;"5 , .
t WILL AUD WABNB B," Treasurer',
der3-dawlyol. , - Newark.Ohl:1
E. r.TCOLLIOTERf
i-ii
h- '
' iv I..I...I. n.iT' wiTHa
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CljRS,!
' 'l...;io
Keep cenataatly aa nana all alas wa
riat BHANDS ! j '
Imipoirtocl 3Uta3Pam;
. oot. es-jyd ,';;'(!
B A OLE BRASS WPS
; CerBerSprlas; dt WateFSu,?oiwi.
tad MunfaeaateY ef Srh and Co-potttiow'Castlim.
t JT Ilniahed Brass Work of .all Drecriytloa,,,,,, M-
' - W.',-. 'l i"f
US' r F
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