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Democratic Union Nominations.
f -K JOB OV1IHOB. J ;
Hugh. J Jewett,
, v.,. ..-,. fi jrinsklntrum. .. ,.',
'"" ' HBUIBNANT GOTBBIWB, ' ' ' '
.Tohn G. Maxshall.
Ot Sjtwwm
. SUPBBatB JCN1. ''''
riioMAS j. . autui
'fBIA8UM0rWlt.""
" " Of Hamilton- ;
BICBITAKOf IT ATI, -
,"' WILLIAM W. ABJMTBOSU,
'" ' Of Stottm.
' OOMPTBOltBB, ,
. ,.. IIWAXWB Cat lSTTOCD,
Of Bickavmif.
BOARD Of PDB-IO WOBKB,
jtabez w, riiCM,-;
Of CinsAsoe. : ;
0B OOMMOJI PIBAI JOTOK.
' (liMU, UAWV aUPBOS) ' . , ' j
UCNBY . UKBOEtS'i
OPicfattMy.- .
"; 8TATB BBHATOB,';"
' (rSAHBL'M AHB PICKAWAY)
ATOrSin I.. PKKKlLLi
... . Of Pickiwai. , ,'-.'
UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
TICKET.
HPR15MTAT1VM,
GEORGE L. CONVERSE,!
OTTO DRESEL.
J . iHiwrr,
r.EORGF. W. HUFFMAN.
e . AUDITOB, .'. ' ",')',.'
- ' MATTHIAS MAKTIW. ;-
' - TrStmi, ' ' " 1
' " ilOHN G. THOMPSON. V ."; '
BICOADa, 4
NATHAN COLE. ' '
C0MteMOKIi "'
JACOB SLYII.
COAONIS,
ELIA3 GAVER.
lKFJItMAKT DlM0T0,
PHILEMON I1ES3. ' .
Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
Th. nn.ocratio Union Stat Eiecotlv Com'
mittee have made arrangements for holdiof,
Mass Meeting as follows : .. .
. A GcoaoiTOww, Brown county, on rVednes
day, October 2J, at IP. M. Speakrt-Hon.
Hugh J. Jewett and Hoo. Allen C, Thnrman.
At Hilisboropoh, Highland county, on
Tbnrsday, October 3J, at 1 P.M. Speaken
Hon.Hogh J. Jewett and Hon. AHea G. Tbnr
man. At Chillicothi, Rwa connty, on Friday, Oc
tober 4ih, at 1 T. M. Speakera-Hon. Hogh J.
Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thttrman.'
At Cucunui, Pickaway connty, on Satur
day, October 5tb, at 1 P. M. Speakers-Hon.
Huih J. Jawett and Go? . Medary.
At Hamilton, Butler county, on Monday,
September 30tb,at IX A. M. Bpeakeri-Hoo. H.
J. Jewett. Hon. Waynt Griawold, and Hon.
JohnG. Marshall. , " .
At Lancastm, Firfield county, on Saturday
0ober5th.at IP. M ,and in the erening.
Tne afternoon meeting will be addressed by the
Hjn. Allen G. Thurman., . j ,
At AiHLAND, Ashland county, on Saturday,
October 5ih, at I P. M. 8peakert--Hon.
B. Payne and others. '
At Moaaow, Warren connty, on Tuesday,
Ootober 1st, at 1 P- M. 8peaker-Hon. John
G. Marshall and Hon. Wayne Griswold. '
At MT.Vtanon, Knot county, on Wednee
day, Ootober 3d, at 1 P. M.. Speakere Hon,
John G. Marshall, Hon. Wayne Griswold and
. others. r ' .
. - At Niw Lkihoioii, Perry county, on Thur.
day, Ootober 34, at S P. M. Speakere Hon.
JohnG. Marshall, Hon. Wayne Griawold, and
Hon. Edson B. Olds. ' -V.' . . .
At Eanuosxt Cm, Erie county, on Thursday,
October 3d, at 1P M. bpeakers Got. Medary
' and others. ' i .,. '
At Pouxkot. Mcltf county, on Saturday, Oo-
t ober 6ib, I P. M- Speaker-Hon. John
-
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y.
D" The reader will find a rery olear tod abl
,l itXd .ttom the Natiotai InUUgtMet tot
fl stpgeol thiepapor. It .le presumed" to
enl-omslal, and therefore well worthy of
rant:: I . '
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y. An Incentive to Valor.
- A general order from Colonel Paioe of
Fourth Wisconsin regiment, now stationed
Camp Randall, runs as follows :
The colors of the regiment, which are about
to be furnished by the Government, shall
- placed at the clot of th war, one in th Senate
' Chamber, and tbe other in the Assembly Cham
. ber, at Madison, In the Stat of Wisconsin.
WiLiii. on a month after every battle In which
the regiment ebaU be engaged, the surviving
' ' officer hichest In rank hll cause a careful
emulation to oa ujau mm .u wu .v.
. .miMra of the reeiment, of every class
mA khs.ll eansa th name of the nv most
distinguished for heroic behavior on the Held
tattle, to pe emoroiuoreu iu buu
. - wraatb of rold. on each of the regimental color.
The name of the highest surviving officer
be inoluded In tbe five, upon tne written rrcom-
A ,t,- .( I... h.n nlna inlha nf
mCUUMMUU VII yvi MJM. ..
enrvi vors of th battle.' " "J
Th Wav to Do It Tbe Second Regiment
New tlanipsnira veiuntaer esus noma more
- than twelve tnonsaun Collars oi Its last pay.
ment. 'A eommlttee of Mfficere receive
. money and forward it to tbe Suffolk Bank
Hn-tnn. to b deposited to the credit of tbe r
lneLWIbey then draw checks for th various
nmonnts. payable to in oroer oi tne wue,
nt rw friend to whom the soldier wishes
send tbe money. ' The cheeks will be cashed
at attf of the New HaWpehlr bank. ;
. Mnrnl of New York, baa been
pointed A Mjor-General, and W. K. Strong
Brigadier, by special request of Mr. Seward.
We are not aware that either baa ever shewn
any special qualification for th service, beyond
being most intense partisan. It is conceded
that th mismanagement of .Morgan has con
tributed more than all other causee to check
'"'"volunteering In tbe Emplr Stat.' Hethonld
be brought before tbe EmmiObig Bjard before
a command la assigned to bim, cr we r-heli
, more Vicuna bluclers aud Bull Run disasters
chronicle. Ci Cowrn'rei'il. . , . m '; 1
FailOris An8urisioii Th Boston Com-m-rcial
Bulletin list of business change
th. United States, eive four failure and
p tin loos in Boston, thirteen In New York,
In Philadelphia, three In Baltimore, fonr in Cin
cionatl, five In Providence, R. I., and 23 In oth
r placet a total of 64 for th past week.
The Franklin County Democracy.
Th Dmocracf of Franklin oounty bate a
hlh and ImporUnt duty to perform od TiiaadAy
next, the 8;h of Oataber. The tlmea require
that they ahould giro a full and uniteo toiw
the reeular nominations of the party, and thus
oerthrow and deteat the strange And unnatural
compound," tSelr opponent, and which oalls
itself. pr etrtUnce, the Uuidn paity.but whloU
ofortunately baa JoeuuA Giotimi andBmJ.
F.Wadi for Iw steersmen two of the moet
noted and efficient disnnlonlsts to the land.
,' On many former occasion, the sound and no
ble Democracj of Freaklin county, ha?t made
such report on the second Tuesday of Ooto
ber, as hal caused the true friends of the Uoloo
ad the Constitution, all Of er the ieie, w re-
lalea with exoeedloc Joy.
Ncrer waa a firm, united and full Democrauo
Tote more iatrtant than now,. . Nerer was the
maintenance of Democratic prluciplee and the
Democratic organlaatiou, to essential to all our
Interest as a people, as at the present time.
And the fact being so, erery Democrat should
make it a matter of conscientious duty to uoot
from thli time until the close of the polls on
next Tuesday evening, to swell the Tote on the
Democrat columo. . ,
If every Democrat to Franklin county does
hi duty, we can give a msjorlty or iuuvi or
1200 votes to our ticket, State, District and
Conntt ind whv ahould it not be so t Demo
crats! one and all. to action bold, rigorous
action I Work for, and stand by, the regular
Democratic nominations the true Union llok-
u&nd da tout dutv. everr man of you. As
you love the principles of Democracy and rev
renco the Constitution and the Union, stand
by, uphold And vigorously maintain the old
Democratio Banner. Be not deceived by wolves
in sheep's clothing. . Be not misled by the syren
songs of Abolition Disunionists.. You cannot
serve your country so acceptably and well as by
sustaining the old Democratic Union flig, and
voting the full Democratic ticket.
Abandoning Party Organizations
Party Platforms and Party Issues.
.
G.
the
be
the
at
be
No-parly men,' and especially tbosaof them
who bar dertd th Democracy and united
with It old political opponent In forming
new nattr. are verr fond of quoting In their
own justification, and as a rebnke to those Dei
ocrat who refuse to follow their example, the
words of tha lamented Dotjoxas, In which he
taid that "whoever was not prepared to sacrl
Cos party organizations and platform on th
altar of his country, did not deserv U up
port of honest people," and that be should "be
marked as no true patriot who would not aoan-
don all party Issue in a Urn like this."
Democrats have come forward and laid their
party organization as a sacrifice on the altar
their country, in th only way in which it was
possible io make the offering. They have
made the sacrifice as" the true patriot makes It,
not by committing sulcido, but by giving op
hi mind, body and eatat to th eervice oi bis
country. Democrat have tnu surrendered
their organization to the ' single object of sua
tiinlog the .Government, maintaining th Con
stitution and preserving the Union. In this
sense, theirs Is no mere party organisation, but
a compact Union phalanx, in which each man 1
pledged to sued up for the Union, now end for
ever. Democrats have mado a similar sacrlnc of
their party platform.. .They bav not taid, we
will bav no platform ( tor that would have
been equivalent to saying they were without
principle for their guidance. The country ba
need, not of men, devoid of principle, but
a of rieht principles. Demoerata have,
therefore, a platform, not mere partisan one,
to answer transient and local purposes, but on
a enduring "lb principle that underlie our
Federal Union;" for It I on with thot princi
ples. It 1 broad enough and strong enough for
very Union man in th country to atand upon.
Democrat bav to a man abandon! ail
mere party Issues, unless those question that
relate directly to, and Immediately Involve the
maintenance of tbe Government, th Constitu
tion and th Union, are called party Issue.
They mak no other. . The No-party men and
recusant Democrat are perpetually ringing
th ear of Union Democrat and other who
act with them, tho word of Dooalas about
abandoning party issue. It is a sufflolsnt r
ply that Demosvata mak not a singl party
Issue, In th tens that their opponents would
insinuate.. Tb only Issue they make ar with
tho who, either At th North or South, would
subvert th Constitution, overthrow tb Gov.
ernment. and dissotvd tbe Union. ' " '!
:! Ead the Democratic orguklaetloa committed
suicide, it might bav been called a laerlfloe;
but it would bav been, In tb eye of tvery
true patriot, a waiton desertion of those princi
ples of attachment to th Union and th Con
atltution, on which that organisation ha been
ever based.; ' If tt principle bad been, like
those of tb late Republican party, of mere
transient, partisan and sectional character, then,
Iu self Immolation' would bav been for th
country' good. f But as it Is, b wh eouosel
tb abandonment of b Ptmocrado organiza
tion, however, stneer b jnay be, i preparing
the way for th dissolution ol th Union. ';
Bat such counsel will not be heeded. c Tner
1 In tbi country Intelligent and patriotism
enough In tb mas of th ;opi to sea through
the thin dlrguls of this No-party movement
and to sustain tb Voton Democracy In on
united effort forth maintenance of tbe Gov
ernment, th Constitution and tb Union, i
The Fight at Morristown, Mo.
and
of
may
th
tbe
In
pa.
to
W learn by th Lawreoc Scpubluan of th
19tb, that an ngagoment had Uken Jilaca
Morrlstown, mo., juat Dolors sunrise on j aesv
daj morning, between Col. Johnson' Fifth Kan.
saa tCegioaent ana aooatiour nanarea rtoei
nnder Uen. iUins. To engagement wa
brief and comolete Union victory. Onr
killed and captured all wbo did not ma too rae
idl. and burned tba town. Six were wounded
on aur aide and two killed, amoo whom wa
Col. Johnson, wbo received thre wounds id
bead, two buckshot in tb neck, one bullet
tb left sbonlder, on in th left thigh, one
tha irht hand and oue in tbe left.. 11 i death
.a almost Instantaneous. He died arcing; Ka
sas men to fight for the flag bl own life wa
lost In defending. . .11. r. jounson was on
r tha laaiinn- men of Kausa. and unWersally
respected., tl was a nan to oi umo.uQt wm
to Kansas from , Kentucky ofnr e en Jas
ago. '
The Rebels in Kentucky.
have
to
In
su.
six
Otn. O. M. Mltcbct sUted at tha fidroat
Hooi.lHTnlBIn brief addrea to tb
Thirty-first Ohio Regiment, which was era tb
way to Kentucky, that be had news of thps
ag of heavy reinforoement' fur General 2olll
coffer through Cumberland Gap, and tb sar
moot of the rebel army towards Central Koa
tooky.' Ohio troops ate being thrown forward
with all poeelbl expedition, reinforce Geo.
Thome at Camp Ulok Robinson, aad a battl
Is exported la titat quarter tftmly.' CtnoianaU
is profonndly 1titietd la tnitiuty ermratioBS
in that direction, for If Z jtlloofTer aboutd prove
riototiouf k aaigbt be expected ta ad ranee
upon ne, with tba delga of moving tb Mat af
war into Northern Kentucky, and, If possible,
carrying It to tb bank of tb Ohio. But we
think b will b well whipped, and tbat theaa
f war will b tnovtd farther South. Cm.
Con , 1st.'
Base Hypocricy.
The Abolition Republicans who engineer the
new No oarty, prof e4 to be wonderfully in
love, Us ,oew, with tne saying, auaaoiDg.
the lamented pooaus. f Almost everyone ol
their papers has an extraot from some one of
speeohee of the deceased Senator at Iti
mast-hwd. aa iu motto at this lime, X To luog.
it. ..A Av .K M.MU anif nratnra ftr lull
via u wu w. .vUUv-
bogus oonoem, one would suppose that Dodolas
had been thCir champion aid theirs alone dur.
ins his Ufa. But the faots as they exiat, and as
they are la the recollection of nil, only go to
prove how b D4 bypooritioai. these men are,
and how unworthy they are of the respect of all
. 7 r
kouu uicu.
When Douqlai lived, they villlUed and abus.
ed blm in 4be most thamelul mannerf and the
very doctrines and teachings vhioh he then uf
. . . . v.l
tereo, ana wnicu uwjwir
and sanation, they then repudiated and turned
deaf ear to. The very papers an politicians,
.... . i.-t. r- ...
n r I nil nnona concern, wmuu iiuw uruicw .u i v
pect Dodolas, and pretend to accept his teach
finitely superior to Dodolas, whom they do
nounoed ss unworthy of support or even respect.
Douqlai told tb dlennioalst,Notth and South,
at Mobile, Norfolk and New Orleans, as well
as at Philadelphia, New York, Columbus and
Cincinnati, and Indeed wherever be spoke, tbat
If the Chicago Platform or tbe Biickiniidoi
dosma succeeded, cither contained disunion
and that tbey were alike fatal- Tbi Be saia in
th North and th South; but both extremes
turned up tbtlr note at blm la eontampt, and
both reoudlated hi advice. Time has proved
how true a prophet he wae, and now tne Hypo
critical icamp who stoned him wblla living,
pretend to reverence blm, now that he Is dead.
Out upon ucu hypocrites ana preieuuer.
ings, last year repuaiatea nun ana tot m, aou
urged Democrats If they could Hot vote the
ILu, ticket. oteUB...r,, m In-
t.t M iL - - - 1
Judge R. B. Warden.
of
of
Our excessively modest friend,' Judge Wa
din, of this city, the esudldate on the No party
in vesterday morning's Journal in an address
th "Voter of Franklin County," in wnicn ne,
j;..-. ..ji. nni.r. .d.ius Dsmo-
"7. .r;rr : z : r u board
t.-rai w c.. .-v.. r. --r o-
th rotten and cusmanuea .epuouwu u'H
.,. nt "Nn-riArti" nlnted in flarine
w..u ... -r-- r-
. in., t. main,
la pressing need of tbe help of Democrats
enable himself and colleague on the No-party
tuaoic niniTCii mm. w B '
ticket to reach tb nug and comfortabl haven
of office. ' " ' ' ' '
No man who knows Judge Wakoin and his
.it.u.l ..n ha buoama a resident
Liwuuvaa WMbw
Cnlnmhns. can entertald a doubt, tbat a lew
year ago, be would bave advised the Demo
crat all to vote for Chasi and the entire Re
publican ticket, (imply becanp b himself bad,
at tbat time, a he ba now, repudiated the
Democracy, and wedded Its bitter antagonist.
Last Jcar, he thought he bad done "sinning,
or . At leas, ne appearea wwmi ""
aatd, that sooner should bis rigbt arm fall from
it socket, than that he should again baok-
slide.
fiat wemust near witnina uugem u (
ttaniM,. nharitnd rood humor. He will frisk
He pU one in mind of the old tory about
frUkv vie that th bov. who wa lent to report
ee number of young porker In hls'fatber'
j . . v. ..,! .nn dnrl.
pen, couldn't oount, b kept running and dodg-
lug aDouto.r. . .... . .: .
W far th Judge has, as jet, found no sure
resting place. 1 But why hrald we regret thl.
' . .
sine chang may b a natural ana neceeaarj
to him a fixedness of purpose la to aomothrl
DemooraU may, howvr, w think,
eonnol themselves wlih the reflection that their
good old Union orgaolxatlou will not hereafter
b shaken to tb aeotar Dy in terrioi
nottneement that Judg W.ui ha eoBcluded
to chang again. Tb Demooracy will, we
confident, surviv tb shock
[From the Philadelphia Press. Sept. 26.]
Mount Vernon to be Confiscated.
in
at
An affart la beinr mad by parties in thl
other attie to tndno tfe Uovernmcnt to ooniu
. - - .. -
oat tho Mount Veraoa Ute, with tha hope
raalntns! money of which tbey wore defrauded
by tb bad management of th Association.
Th buaineea mauers of tb fund ware very
looealv eondnettd. A man named U. 1 . AJev-
roas wind!d th land to a conslderabl
afterward absconding. . Devereax wa em
pl7d by Mia Pamelia Cnnoingbam, tha R
gant, to engrave tb "Record," aad certain
evber publioations anxiliary to the ate of
Society.1 Being; an acoompliebad aenrnaa,
torged All uannunnaai-a aignarara so aaiuni
l. that a.B. Riers. tho Waablmrton banker
and Treaonrar of tha Boeiety, was repeatedly
Imposed apoa. . The Hootaty w uongnt to nave
loot $12,00 in thi way. A number of broker
on Third street, likewise deceived, konorcd
forced checks, and one was swinaiea to
amoaatol $4,000. . The latter parti ea, with
view of Mooring indemnity, propos that
U or ernment anall eonnaaaio oionns ,ernuu,
inumaoh a tba title to tb same ar held
acosealoniat, and Mia Cunningham, also
'adheres to tb fortunes of . South
Carolina.' To too utter laoy eareiassnesa
loea ar d. T Devereax onderstwd ber hab
it of baaiaes, and ntad tbem ubsrviot
bU scheme, fl waa, however, even when
teeted, suffered to go nneonlshed, wberat
prompt appeal to th authorities would havo (
cared him, aod aaved the money.
Mount Vernon w now virtually tba property
of tha rebel. If confiscated and told, it con
not fall to won band wan at present, ana
la improbable that Mis Cunningham, with
traaaooabl iroelivitlev will relinquish .
part of tb fund voluntarily contributed by
women of tb North. -. ..; '
- Devereux ie eaid to have gone U Europe,
many believe that be 1 hidden away la Fbila
delpbla. . Bio Swindling operations netted
more than $100,000, aad bis known parsimony
will probably direct bim la inverting. ... i
He forged to tb xtent of $30,000 upon
late Mr. Gannter, whose loses ar eoppoeed
bav Indnoed her death. , y ... ,. . . f
The Thing be Done.
tha
in
In
Tb Mas Rrpuolirca, ,
tb maeting of tb Massachusetts Eepnb
lioao 6tat committee to oooaider opoo the pro
prlety of anion with tb Couatitutional Union
party, say: "Tb richt thing, and tb
aonnd noUov 1 th loo rua, is to drop tha
poblioai organJtatioa altogether, and leave
Bald onen for a fresh nomination direct irom
tha neoula.' Nothlna- short of this will satisfy
popular patriotism, prodnp tho right moral
impression oa tn country.'- t.,. . ..
r. "
Tb Michigan, . Eighth . Regiment passed
th ruar,h Cleveland yesterday morning oa
may U YfoingUm. VY bop tbey will And
CapHol stUl tbr. , It ought to be. It ought
be safe. W reckon it wUl b sale jf tba
rebels don't get up a Hank .movemeU,
or a m naked battery, or a charge of black horse
eavalrv.or aemethlnf exoeptional and improper.
Oin. Crrn. let !-. 1 ; i-t.. t..i- i t . '
if.!.. K ; i ill"' " " i '.i c 1
' F0WATy--At Niagara Fall latwtk
foolhardy Miohigan man went t tha suspension
kaii.a. antt. roiocvam ta th aaaoory aposr
abtaseo.t wbera the cable are anchored,
i,k..i. ttmsk off bis. ttvf, aad taonoUoia
of th cables, waikutl lu she. top f be tower
aad daw th ablw uo too other aid, t where
to cables ar attached tog eta er by a tay, upon
which b waikvd over I we-oppoaieecaoto,
no noon that over to tba tower, n its ancnorage
on the other ld of th abutment, from where
he started. Taken witn tn iaet mat no waiaea
without any baUndnf pol or other means
poising himself, the act WM quite "BiondenUh."
HEADQUARTERS, OHIO MILITIA,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, COLUMBUS, Sept. 27, 1861.
j, o can, W they will give few week,
Bsdivided attention to. the calls of the coun
the try, and by their lnauence and labor systematt-
I
i
I
i
to
I
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i
to
Of
uepartment constantly auviseu w iua uuuuuiuu
of the servioe, the obstructions in the way of
73ffSS$
I
tDe rules and article of war. He wilt be an
meoT thorized to issue uniforms to his recruits, and
n
are
,
and
ol
the
he
tbe
ioe
tbe
by
se
cessionist, toe
to
de
Id
it
her
There are many able men in the State of
- 7 t - - .orn
service , i t
Par tha Burnose of seourloeithe kid tif such
clilaeaat aud reodarlng it atfaotive, the follow
ing plun has been adopted: . - :' - f .
A Uistriol ooanmiue i appoiotea iu caoa
Congressional District,-whose duty it Is to ap
point in each oounty (or sub-division of the
county, If the committee deem It advisable)
committees wiot namt$ will be immediaUly r-
ihit nnua(. hlnh oominlttaea
hkll nf . nersoBS, nnleea the District
committee think beet to change the number,
The District committee will have a general
supervision M the operations of the county
(.nmrnttteei'. and direct the Ulan or their worn
tDa vUlt, encourage and assist them. Should
they find any of the oounty committees negiccr-
inr Uiair dutv. inev anau appuiut vtunra
in
thir umiI. and aea that the work Is dona effec
" ... . .
tually and thoroogniy. mey wm .eep iuw
any
nnuil tA thm war
The oounty committee will be charged with
tt.. annarvUinn nf the reorultloe service in their
ennntiaa. aud thev will assist In tbe work. To
this end they will appoint meetings, see mat
speakers are provided, and earnestly tmpresa
.. . . ii a mil kA
upon alt citizens tne necessity ui umug iuo
ranks immediately with recruits, tbat Ohio may
nnt ha nnmnalled to resort to drafliUK- Tbey
will see that the worn i tnorougoiy uuu, .
abof all, that it is don prompiy. Tb men
are wanted now. They will communicate daily
with tbi office, and ask for uch advice, assist
ance or informwion ae tbey may neea. laej
will be expected to communicate confidentially
to tbls Department tneir opinion oi iutmwi
candidates for commissions. They will hear
and determine upon all auch questions of fact
as may arise, and tbeir contusions win do uui
Thaw aill o-ivA information in daily reports to
this office of the progress of tbe work, nd of
tbe faithful, eieoution or tneir uuty oy me ra
cruitlng offleers, aud advise us immediately of
anv who mav Drove memseives uuui iut
dm. . All candidates for commissions must
f-nmn Willi in. nuuiumcuu.i uu v. uw
I..... tit ... nf Ihsl.ninnlla,. And tha
Mlnm,.t.e, ... e9r,ecl.iiT .utioned tbat in
lhelr determination they are to Judge careiuuy
the character of tbe candidates. . The efficiency
i j ?;. -
loHloers; and tt is lmpoasioie.ior raw vey
ment to judge among tha many t appointcu
.nd th committea must see that neitber pre)
"TT..:. . i-Aitc . .K.ll l,,fll
naioe. DftriimiiT. uvr luujuncubv
Tho system of recruiting permit, heretofore
UBed In this Department, ie abolished, and the
CommBte will see'tbAt thos who have volun-
" .( M d t0 theBervice. Tbt
Bommlttees will ae that there is no nnauthor
Ued interference with the reerultlngduty. Ibey
will enoeavor vo oomoine yuo Prv. v.Wu.F.
niea aoAsjrrcruifeif.and If thev can not be com.
blued nor eomDleted then ( that tbey be turned
over to the parties holding commissions, or be
disbanded. Tbe power of committees over the
entire lubjeet is Intended tj pa plenary, and
should be exercised with discretion, but with
inflexible firmness. Thar is hereafter to be no
oomnanies received except through tbe recruit
ing officer appointed by tbe Governor, and all
attempts oi others to recruit companies will be
... than Aft tha .miration of the
time Htxalccd for report in authorities to recruit
now outstanding, unless companies are iu the
meantime reDoriea. tnev must oe uisoauaea or
nn J .... .a ik. .AmmlttoM. At innh nartlaa
u may have commissions from this Depart
I ment.
I Tbe Governor will appoint, at his dieoretion
Bn8tCTe(l the .erylce, and duly instructed
Dv a mustering offioer, wbo will be in attend
ance t inese neauquarwrs ior ina jwrposa.
I The ueutcnants tnus appoimea win pe rtquirea
of m if
which his aiiDjlntment will be oauoelled. If be
I fills bis company, he may be appointed Captain
" n oeeires . no wui oa auiuorea u
i DiB men warn a nnu niuoicr tucui iu uiiucvn as
ornl,ed b. whion ,heT wiu becom subject
J
I b M,gDed w recruidng atations, and will be
there assisted by tne local military committees.
They will be turnuned necessary transportation
for tbemselvea and recruits into camp. Their
pay as Second Lieutenant will run from tbe
date of muster, and their recruits from the date
of enlistment. After companies are in camp,
tbey will be allowed to express tbeir preference
for the other company officers, aubject always
the approval tf the Governor. , .'!
v Commandants ot Regiment will no longer
issaa recruiting permits, but may recommend
for appointments. . '
Recruiting for companies not foil will be con
dnoted under orders from this offioe, where
special orders are necessary, and must in all
eases be done by a com missioned officer. Re
orulting to fill companies mustered into service
aod turned over, to the United States, must be
according to General Order No. b'9, of tbe War
Department. ' -.- " '
Person desiring . to procure commlaaions
must in all cases present with their applica
tion tbe certificate of tb connty military com
mitt that they are men of good moral charac
ter, of such aUalnmenta a will fit them for the
command of a company in the field, and that
they believe tbat they can recruit a company
in their county, and thstr th committee pledge
themselves to aid la ao doing. v
Committees will use especial care tbat they
limit their certificates to tb number that can
safely operate in their counties, and tbat they
secure tbe best ability tbat their county af
fords., .
' Tbe ratio of recruit must be one in every
forty of th population, to mak tb quota
each oonntyt ' Ho one should be content to stop
sbort of this Tbe entire number must be made
up irom tbe State. . If it oaonot b don by vol
unteers, It must be done by draft.- -:
Should tbe District Committee fail to ap
point', committee in any of tb counties of tb
State, the oitizen ar requested In publio meet
log to appoint them and (orward their names
tbis pDio. '
C. P. BUCKINGHAM,
Adjutant-General.
but
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of
07 When John A. "Washington waa shot, he
fell from bis horse, having reoelved three bul
lets, two of wbiob passed entirely through tbe
body, entering at tb right breast. Tbe body
was conveyed to the quarter ot Colonel Wag
goner. He lived for tb space of half an hour,
and never (poke save to ntter once, "0, my
God!" The next day bis body was sent to the
rebel camp, under a flag of truce. In tbe pock
ets of Washinpton was found on hundrsd dol
lars in United State gold currency, and
splendid gold watch. Hia dress wa new and
af the most elegant make, broadcloth coat and
pants, and a wblt satin vest, , ilia shoulder
straps denoted blm to be a Colonel. . .'
" ' 1 1 'i i 1 '
Rose Winans, of Biitlmore, now held as
prisoner At Fortress Monroe, 1 a native of New
Jersey. ' He was born at Vernon, Sussex county,
in tbat Stute", near the close of th last century.
Ills father was a hotel-keeper, and wa able
give uis son no otner euucsuun man mat anoro
ed by a common school.- Thewsnechanloal tal
ent WhleB baa mad th fortune of Ross W loans
waa displayed in early v ears. On of hi first
project was a Boutrivaaee to carry coal boata up
an inolined plane, aod ba endeavored to procure
Its adoption by tba Morris Canal Company,
new jersey.-i a plan, however, a as rejected.
I! has been for many years engaged In railroad
enterprises and the construction of locomotives
In Baltimore.: Ife and his sons realized a hand,
some fortune by tbeiriratraotwltn the Russian
oonstnotioa of tba mi4
Government, for tbe
road from Bl. Petersburg fa Mwcow. A broth'
I er of Mr.,VTlnana now les'des At Vraoo, New
f Jersey.' ' " . " " '-y '-i .
ST .TW'dow, twin sisters, aged !gnty
eight years each, were at th camp of th Sixth
aod Seventh Connecticut volunteer at New
Haven, last week. Tbey were born befbr tb
nevoiuuuu, u u., . .
tempt to destroy th nation established In their
childhood.
Tbi Bint CAKNrr.Ta ohangea In the
Cabinet of the Southern Confsdsracy, alnoe the
beginning of .the war, have been very material
As it now stands, it is constituted as tollowe.
Secretary of State, Robert M. T- Hunter, o:
Virginia.- '.;(! , M i'
- Secretary of TteasnryrC. L. Memminger, of
South Carolina.
Seoretary of War, Braxton Braggi or LouW-
.... . . .. .
Btoretary or. tbe Navy, Stephen maiiory,
of Florida.
Postmaster-General,
John R. Reasan,' of
Texas. .: t.
Attorney-General, Judfth
Becamln, of
Louisiana.. .
Toombs, formerly Secretary of State, resign
ed to give plaoe to Hunter, when Virginia ao
edd to the CoDfederaov: Walker waaremov'
ed to make way for Bragg, upon the capture of
the HattertB Inlet iorta.
Asylum ro trc Insan ir tb U. 8. The
raoid incresse of asvlnm for the Insane In this
country I thus Bet forth in a late number of the
Amarlnan Jnnmal nf fnaanlt:
In 1840 barelv 8.000 Insane were under care
In twenty regularly organized institutions tn ine
United States, and public attention bad not
been drawn to the large number or tbi oiae in
the poor homes and receptacles. In view of
what even yet prevail in tbese places after all
the effort for reform tbat bave been made, tha
imagination may be left to paint their condition
at that time. At tbe opening of tbe year 186U.
there were about 8.500 provided for In fifty in
stitutions, most of which are of th first class.
Besldee these are a number or minor asylums,
DelOOgingtO Clues, counties aua secta,oi wuigk
we have no regular report; and a steady though,
tardv nrosreaa la maklnc in tbe provision for tb
ehroolo insan ot new ana tniniy eeuiea uis
r-n u ...... ... . i.
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a
to
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STRAYED OR STOLEN!
A Black Horse,
OIXTEEN HANDS HIGH. WITH IV
O Bur in tbe forehead; lone fall tall and mine: foujr
years old. i win pay
A Liberal Reward
To any person itrlnr iofonnttion. or relurniDs ssOd
none w toe suBHTiwr on worm water street, v 01004-1
bus, uaio. . . . .
.11. CllAUBittB. I
n.ily,. ..... f
STARLING
MEDICAL COLLCE
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
THE REGULAR COURSE OF liECU
TURKS in tble Ioetltutlon will eommeaca
TBUB8SAT, the!MU of O010BIB, and tonUnoa un-
tu tbe ietol AUroa, io. , ,
, FAOUIiTY.
S. M. SMITH, M. D.,
. Trofessorot Theory and Practice, and Dean.
. -..'FRANCIS CARTER, M. D ,
Prof, of Obetttrics At Diseases of Women fc Childrenv
'-' ' JOHN DAWSON, M. D ,
Prof, of Anatotnjr and Pbyelologr.
3. W. HAMILTON, M. P.,
.-- Prof, of 8orgry,;.
S. LOVING, M. D.,
Jrof. Mat. Med., Therap. k. lied. Jarbrpnidsnco.
' THEO. G. wormlet, m. d., "
" Prof, of Ohemtitrr.
R. N. BARR, M. D., '.
Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Terms:
Tickets for all the Profeiters 0O
UatricDlatlon Ticket (only paid ones) 5
Oradualion .. , SO
Demoootratlon Berrioea.. ft
Boardlni 2to 3 per woek, tocladlni light and fcel.
Tho Cllnloal and Hoenltal advantasea eonslst In
large and diTerelfied Oolleg Olinlo and the Hoipltat
tne rrantiko wfi mnrmarjr. UeUde tnoeo, tne
Military Gamps in tha neighborhood will bo accessible)
Medical Btndenta.
Alt letters ol Inquiry will be promptly aniweredVif
octltd ' 8. M. BMITH, Dean,
Sheriffs Sale,
1. W. Carpenter St Bre
vs.
J. Q. Kntpp Ac Oo.
Delaware Common Pleas)
T Y VIKTDE OF A WRIT OF Fl
FA.
JL) in tho aboTS com, and alio two other writs, ona
favor of John P. Sunn vs. J. Q. Knapp At Co., and
in favor of William 0. Bunn va. I. Q. Knapp Ac Oo
ma directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware
connty, Ohio, I will offer for sal at the (ton mom
10 Kaat Broad street, Buskeys Block, U the city of
sale commencing on I
Monday, the Uth day of Oot., A. D. 1861
at V o'clock a. sr., a floe atsortment of dry goods
notions, two stoves, one step ladder, two sets lairbenB'l
soaias, one detk, one eight day clock, Ate.. Ilo.
. Printer's fees il SS. I
6. Tf . nUff aTAK. BhsrUr, ,
By Bv. Davla, BopntlV
W. It. EiNT, Anotloncer. ' ,
aepWdtd. . ,
BONNETS, RIBBONS TAVBB, AND
BC0HE8, new styloa, iaet opened by
BAIN A BOB, I
apriU . , He.aVBsatkHiaatnafk
SPECIAL NOTICES,
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, BOW INTOIX.
, Jnat Pablisttsd la a Boated Bnvelspe; Pries et. s
i LEOTTTBB Olt THB HATCRB. TBJ5ATMINT AjND
RADICAL OC&B 01 BPiBKAIOBRBIA Or Bemaaal
Weakness, lsvolnntsry Bmlsttooe, Bossal Pebflity,
Impedimenta to Marriage esserallly, Hervoatnees, 0n-
sumption, sptrepiy ana riis, msnnu ana jrnyeicat
tasalting frsw Belf-abajs, Aco. By ttobert
Onlvarwell, ti.fi. , author ot the Oreea Book, Ami. i
A Boom to Tbowsaattle of Baflareras
Bent nnder seal, in a plain snvslops, to any address,
Sost paid, oa rsoelpt of two stamps, by Br. CilAs.
. 0 KLIBB, Vtl Bowery, Hew York, Post Offloe
No 484. v set7.Smdstw
reraoais of lull baaite, Wbearssaajeotto
Oosliveneas, Headache, Olddineas, Drowsiness and stog
ln( In the ears, arising from too great a Sow of blood
the head, should never be without Brandreth's Pills,
many highly dangerous symptoms will be removed
their immediate use. . '
Tbe Eon. t. Hunt, of Westcbester county, If.
seventy fire years ot eg, has used Brandrsth's Pills
twenty Bvs years as hia sols - medmine. . When be feels
l.dlipoied, be It from Cold, RhsaauUea. Asthma, Head
ache, Bllioui Affections, Oostivsnsn or Irritation af
kidneys or bladder, be doss nothing bat take a few doses
of Bianlreth'sPlltt. ;,. " X '.
His usual method is to lake six Bills, and rednoa
doss sack night, sae pill la every attack ot sickness
for twenty-Are years, this simple method has never failed
ts restore aim to health; and few aMn an tote found
active and hearty as be.. " "
Bold by Joni B. Ooox, Brngglst, fjoltuabu'i, and
all respectable dealers in medicines. , I
sepld-dla ' "..-r-1' .':. :.. .:..'
"'" JIIOFFAT'S I-IFBi FIlJUI. ,.'
In all esses of oostlvsaess.dysrrpsta, MlUoas aad
affections, piles, tbeaaallsm. Severs and arses, ebatl
aats bead aches, aad all general derangement of health
these Pills have invariably proved a oertala and speedy
remedy. . A single trial sill pane lbs Ufa Pills beyond
Ins reach sreompUUon In the setkaatloa of every
!-.,.':
Pr. Moffat's Phaaala Bitten will be foand eqsally
Beaclona In aUoasos of nervou debility, dyspspsla,
aabs, bs elcknoet tnoldsnt ts teaalss ladoUsato bsaltb,
and ever kind sf- weakness Of ths digestive organs,
tor sale by B. W. B. MOVf AT, TB, Broadway, R
aod.byallPrngglsts.
seayti-dAtwly
Tb followiny it n extrkrt from
"tuo h' B. B.Use, psstos sf
pierrpointnreei DspDSt GMSSn, Brookijn, n. T.,to
tbsoarnat aadMininsnOlnelssM0., aad speak
vniojiss in atvor sr uai werw rsuowusa essawins, au,
Wmauew's Sootkim Biacr roa Cnru Tbttbuhm
"Wsoooaa aaVrartknaant fet ysar oolosme edfaa
Wiastsw's g iwtks t aorw Hsw we amr mida waed
in favor of a patent medietas before la oar Uis, sat
feel soaMtM to ou to iwrsafen tba tide tea bait
bog wa auva vans rr, sas iwv n aa ats,
etaun. It la probably one of the awel sucoesefnl nradV
eines of the day. bsoasss His snssfths beet. Andthsse
of yowrsaderawbobTebastossaa'tde bettor then
laylaaaappiy" e7djdAw
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IjATQIIAIir IiO AN.
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TTJBIUAST to IIT8TIttJ0nON8 VBOkt TBI BBO-
X utAKT or tbb xbcabtjrt, a book mil be
opentd on tb
"V" r",r v''-'r"
Slit day of 8eptembsr, at the Clinton Bink,
Ior wuwrlptloiu, andtr my aprlatndtDe) for Xreai.
an Botoa, to be kmA ar tbi act t July 17, 1801,
These Botes will be Ians4 la saas of erty dolUn, on
hnadred dollars, Ave hunditd dollars, one thouuuul
dollars, and Bv thoaaaad doibtri, dated 19th Aurovt,
last, payable thrM yaan attar data to too ordar tl tho
sabscribtr or 'as dlraetod. sad Marias: InUmt at tlio
rats of 7 3 10 par otat. peruana, payalilt seml-aanu.
aUfi said IsUrMt beisi ft b rats of two cents for Mch
da an aver hundred" dollars, for the eouvenlcnes of
the holder, each not will bav orapons attacned ex.
prtsunftbs several awounU of semi annual interest,
whlehoouponsauirbsdotaoneu ana preteniea rorpiy.
BMot separauly from th notes. ...
SuiteripUont for lueh Truuwry ro-
eto4 anngjirt4m aa$ijrvm v r
th, loot a aformaui
yBrthtr Informttlon glrsn on application to
WM. 0. DESnLKE, .
aoTernment Bubferiptlon Agtnt.
sepUdtootS.
Sewing Machine Work.
A IX KINDS Or STITCHIH Gi xuuv
INO. QD1LTIN0. ialBT MABMNQ. OAlIliH
iTTiua a... nromntl dan in a neat ana sod
., v.. s.i lut Hloh etieet. on the Boutb
iade0f nich, between Bign street ana rear, wy ,v
sspSSdlw
JOHN HUNTER,
MERCHANTnAILOR,
No. 2SO Boutn Hlii Street, Xlirss
wu
n.l nnivad a etaolce stock of rALli AMD
ntwr flOODR. lallable for mtlemeni wenr.
Oaetomers will haTe their orders oeatiy anu oDnsouti-
ly exeouted at me lowest ntea.
sepai .
VM. H. RESTIEAUX,
(BCC0BS8OR TO McKIt 4. BBSTIEAtrX)
No. 100,
South, High; Street,
OoXAXnVI33TT3,
BlTB IU '
GROCERIES. PRODUCE
PROVISIONS
Foreign and Domestic 'Fruits, j
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
I TXTRA WHITE WHEAT tVOVH.
XXTBA BSD WHIAT FLOCB.
. lurar Cured Hams.
Bdar Cured Beef. '
Buar vnrea longuei. ,
W. B. OheeM. ...
Pine-Apple Cheeu. T . . i
Ilib aod Bait. , ; ' p
Teu and Ooffe. ' ' '" '
In store, for salt by :' '
WM. If. EE3TIBAUX,
in ga-itr - i- , ... , ; IBB Boatb UlgU Btrest.
Soapj'Sbtip!
17B8RBNDEN at 00 '8 OBIBNTAL PUUIOB STONB
JL t uar, lor laie vj cue or own
WM. U. BE3TIEAOX,
sepSd lw
IW South High Street
Uoiiry HLoolalor,
(Ufa of Phalon's Bttabllahment, N. Y . ,)
PROPBIETOH OF THE NEW YORK
Vaihlonablo BhaTtai. Ualr Cuttloe, Bhampoonlsg,
Oarliog and Sreeami Baloon, t
Soutb liian St., over Sam's Btore,
whet satiaracUon will bo glren In all th totioui
braachee . '
Mies' and Children's Hair Drestlog dons In lbs best
sty I. -
I seplSdly i
NEW GOAL YAHD.
mnp. TJNDERBI 6NED KEFPS CN
X BTANILY on band and for sals, the beet quality
rs ' fiT a mvs fir a -r '
vbleh ha will icll at tha lowest market nricei. '
I Call an szamins my Coal baton purchasing sits.
wbers.
t Office at lbs store of Bndford, Snjdam k Co., head
of Oaaal. . .
. . , , B. P. 8UTPAM.
f sepS6-3m .
Oysters 1 Oysters!!
TTAS jrjBT RECEIVED, AND Win
XL be to dally receipt, by Bzpnes, of
QFKEBH CAU tk KEG 0T8IE118J
frjni Baltlmon and fair Haven.
Call at Wagner's Oyster and Pratt Depot, No. SI Bast
State street.
JIL
Baltimore , Clottiing Honsc. !
Hnso tjtf xsxifjrjwX
aamraortiasM awn waoumau naatiu r j -
READY-MiVDE CLOTHING,
f ; No. 408 W. Bajtimore-street, ;
' (MTwavn uasaTV An siowAaa,) j
BAXTIiflOHE, jTId
A Larf Asortaent ol PUea'aatJ rnraUhiu,
Sood ContBtly en Hand, ' '
1 OetHdly kO" '
. ul- .i
BAIN & SON,
Ho. 29 Soatb High Street, Columbni,
Arb how omRina
SOOu yards TraveUn Dress QoodS at 8X,. value
osnts. '
8500 yards Traveling Unas Goods at lSX, vatae 90 eta.
2000 yards English Bsmgas at UK, value SS oenti. .
1000 yards I nnoh Orgsodiss at UX, value 0 osnts.
SOOo yarda last Oolond Lawns st 10, value 15 cents.
1000 imrde foulard Ones Bilks at J7X, valne W cents.
1500 yards Super Plain Black Bilk at 1 09. Tains 1 Id.
Bobee of Organdie Borage, and Bnglish Berate, at one
half their value. ''.'..'.'. 'i
1 ' BAIK at BON, '
jeK S9 Bosth High Streets
Elegant Lace Mantillas.
23uSLXZbT tt? DON",
ISTo. 29 Soutli mgH St.,
HAYB Just epsnsd an Invoice of very, large and
handsosts ' '" '
pusher, french. and ch1ntilla
lace mantillas and pointes.
Wide French Laces " for ' Shawia
Very Deep Freoeh. Flonnclng Lce. ' r i
Real Thread, French, Cbantllla Ji Geneve
ValencitmnM, Point de Gaze, Bnuieli
- aad Tbread Laeei and Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
' LINEN COLLARS It CUFFS,' ' '
i ,, - vif't; ' Io nw Shape,
PAPER COLLARS, & CUFFS,.,
. . .v.-.' :,t .. '.. FortraTennr.
aveliss prcsa GTooa.
KOZAHBIQVXB.?OPLtXS, BBtPHJBD'B CITBOKI
- BILK, POIB SB OHBTBEB, ' '' '!
''' ' tATILLAB, BKOOHB TAllBCf Al Ae. Ate.
The best and most fashionable stylos la the elty,
AT VERY IXTW PRICKS.
BATH It BON.
J,J1 W loath High Btrsst,
of
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lOOl. ICOl.
nT0T1 fl IflflTT ' .
A lUlDT XV JL Uftl;
Uniled attatea Exprosa Co., Prap'ra,
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
Via Kew York, & Erie Bailroad, :.
And all other Roads Leading West
' ' and Southwest. ' '
Chartered Oars over moet Koedt on Peusnger Trtlof .
u. n. Hour, A't.
A. I. KNI9HT, A'l, .
.. US8UM8k,Boetoo.
UlBroadwsy, II. V.
' WM. H. RY, Buperlnleodent, Buffalo.
II. FITCn dc BOW, Agentii " '
87 Wee Bread Street, ...
t .... ....... ciai.rjnBCB.OHiu.
seplS ' .. . , .s, .. . ..
REMOVAL.
WltttAM H. BESTIEAUX,
BKALEK .IN , . .
Qrocerie3,Y,' : :' '., ;
Produce, 1
Proviaions,
Foreign and Domestic' Liquors, .
' Fruits, etc. etc.,
.. ... ,HA8 REMOVED TJI3 8I0BB IflOM
NO. 34, NO RTII II 1,0 II 8TRF.ET,
.. ' to
No.s 10C,.'South High Street,
a ... .. f .
Th oIJ stand recently occupied byWttt McDONAT.D
- He Is In dally receipt of
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
Which he'wlll sell '"' " J ' "
Cheap far Caah or Country Frodnre.
J3 Goods dellwred to City trade fre 'of charge. Q
IjW " :..'' .
MilS, WINSLOW,
i An experienced Nuns and female Physician, pnaent
I to me attention or motnere, ner . .-; . -
SOOTniN.O SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
which greatly facilitates the nrocese ot teething, by soft
sning the gums, redncing all inflammation will allay
ALL rAili anaspaamouio acuon, ana is
STJKE TOUEGtUTE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon It, mothen, 1 1 will give reit to yourselves
and
tXLat AND HEALTH TO TOTJX IS I AMIS.
We hare on top and sold this article ror over ten yearr.
and CAN BAY. IN OONPIDBMOB AUD TBUTH, of i.
what we havo never been able to say or any otner medi
cine NRVKR HAS II FAILED, IN A BINOLB IN8T-
ANOB, TO KFi'KOT A OUBB, when timely need. Nev
er did wo know an inttanee of dissatisfaction by any one
who need it. On the contrary, all an delignten witn its
operaUone, and speak in terms of commsndatlon of its
magical electa and medical vlrtuea. Wa speak In this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLBDGB OCB BBPUTAT10N f OK TUB
rULILLMKNT Of WHAT WB 1IKKK DJSObAKB. In
almost every Initanoe when the Infant is suffering from
pain and exnaastlon, relief will do lonnu in niteen or
twmts minutee after tbetfyrnp le adminlitsrsd.
Thla raluable preparation is tbe prescription of one of
the moet AXrKKIKNCKDaod SKILLFUL NOUSB8 In
Mew BngUnd. and has been used with NBVBR VAIL
INOBU0OB881n .
JHOURANDI OF OASES.
Itnotonly relievee the ohild from pain, bat tnvlgor
alee the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and glvei
tone and energy to ths whole system. It will almost hi
ttanlly relieve ' ' '
OB JiBQ UT THE B0WK1S, AID WIND COLIC
and overcome convuwons, which. If not speedily reme
died, end In death. We believe It US BKHl and BUB
BUT RHMBDY IN TUB WORLD, tn all eases olOit ,
BNTBB.Y and DlAKUUtBA IN OHILD BBfct. wbsther
it arises from testhlns, or, from any other eaan. Wa
would say to every mother who baea ehlld suffering from
any of the foregoing complalntr DO NOT LET YOUB
PREJUDICES ClUtt 1U1 Jf UKJI.DlUBBUr Ul'iiaun
stand between yoo and your sufferingchi Id, and ths re
lief that will no 8URB yes, ABBOLDIALY SUB to
follow the nee of this medicine, if timely need. fnll di
rection! for Being will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the facsimile of OUBTIB PERKINS;
New York, Is on the outside wrapper. '
Bold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Prl vcip&l Of rice, J3 t e4r Street N.Y.
PRICE ONJjY 25. CENTd PER BOTTLE.
oettTf-dtwly. ,
NEWARK IIACHIKE"WORKS, .
Mnnnfaclurera of all blind of For
tamla stnel. Statlnstrr Steam Eat- v
gtnestAiaw mus,urlat mills,
LANS tODLSi Statmt B. t 1. BLAND TBtaltn!
J.&J.B.- DOT ALL Btatmltl COLUMBUS
' MACBIKS CO. Stattnllll EBAD10BD
A CO. Btaimlllll -
Onr Portabl XotfB and law Kill
Wm swarded the first premium of 50 at the Indiana
BUM lair for ISC over Lane ABodlty en aooeunt ot
Price,' lightness," simplicity,- eoonDmT; of luel
and superior character of lumber awetl.
Onr Btattsnafy Bneins waa swarded at ths tame Pali
the Bret premium of a00.'
Onr Portable Bnglns was awarded lbs flrst premtun 04
(100 at tha Pair at Memphis, Toon., over Blandy's Da
vsll's, Columbus Haohins Go's., and Bradford At Oo's.
by a eommlltee of practical Railroad Bnginesn.
for price and terms sddrsse "- ' ,
' ' WlUbABD WABMBB, Trsasnror,
deoS-dfcwlyeolJ. Newark. Ohio
E.Y;Tii;COLLISTER.
v WnMeasxIe and Ketall Healer la .
TOBACCO;; SNtJFF CIGARS.
..No. S3 yiftb .gfrwet.r.
PITVSBUUGHy-Pa.
Keep uenstantir an hand all tb wa
noaa JHUANtX ! V .
IiaaiDoirtoca. Oigaro.
Oct. W lyd , .-..rf.vi
EAGLE, BRASS WORKS,
- - Cornet Bprln; :Tritert.p t
Pqltimtoiiq, jOlxlo
Wiv'i POTTO ' Cc CO.,
tnd Manufacraren of Brass aad Composition Castings,
tf? TllBJai Bnss Work of all B eMrlpttona,
Electro 'Plating and GilJIng!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, 4C.
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