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. ADTCRT18I KATKSrOB TW-WKRKtoT H-rA-rca-
Hah 75 cents per square each insertion: for three
months or longer, a diseount of one-half .from Daily
Adtbtifikotob Webklt Statiskak tl.80
rer square for first insertion. 75 cents for each ad
ditional insertion . . ' "
Bcnussi NoriCES, 50 cents each lasertlon.' '
KoricBa of Pkaths, so cents. .--
t ftTT.ieiws Not0f8.half prioe. '.-
MtremtimtadeeriiaemtHto smm( 6 paid for at
th Mm tkey art onitrtd. .- , i :- , . . i
J'j BHOOKES, . , -;. ..-i. -
rchitect. Civil Eueineer, Ac. - " . .
Office over the National Exchange Bank '.
Office., Ko. 4M ixiutli High ctreet, Amboo Build-in-..
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fj ATTORSKY-AT-LA-W A MATOR. . ....
Ma yet Office.
fADVARD T. DcLAN V ,
ATTOBV-AT-LAW A Notary Public.
, , ., Office in Parson's Building
ATTORN tf-A T-LAW A Notary Poblio.
Office 1S1 Hootta Uish street.
AUCTION .AIntD COMMISSION
Jg. be al., . , . . .,'
Anetioneer and Dealer in 'Real Estate Honse
hold oo4s. Clothing and Notions,
.n.r.,.... i So.l West Broad stteet.
;BATJJ ROOMS,! -?:iiO
flEOKGE MATEB," ' '": ' , " '. " " .,
Of ' Usrber and Hair Dresser. ' Hot and Cola
Bathe. - Basement Poatoffioe Binldinn.- i.
O Book Binders Blank, .Book M anufactarers.
Printers end Publishers.
; Lf.js i
; ,Ji wlli-UIAtUS lgV.y, JUvJ I
144 oouta tiiga Atreet.
Just received, an
elecant assortmenty xiew s('les,,.JoirJpvaesn .ibf.
Is the noted house (or rood Boots and Shoe
.alia w prices, jaew Cxtook lostreoeiTed.
. r" . ' 876 South High street
MX Dealers io Pittsbursfa and Ohio Coal. .Also,
Coke, Drain Tilt and Stone Hewer Pipe.
.v;i .,, ca ... No. Ml North Hiah street,' '-
FITCH Ac SUN,
Oonmiaiom Forwardimi and-Prod uoe Mer-
ebants, dealers io lirain, flour, ao. S7 W. Broad
r.rMft. ' 'i- -A -i -' . . -
TV' M- 8AUNlEiiS;4Ji ,- 4 r i
J Manutacturers and Dealers in French, Ger
man and American Corsets. Also, Hoop skirts.
-!v., I.,. .mi ....du . isi ijpera House."
CROCKERY, : &c.
v V Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in China.
0 ueeiiB ware, (jlads, i.Jlated liuods, Lamps and Lamp
46 Norih High street..
i,.'j'. riArr, . i . ..
J 'importer and Wholesale and Retail Deader
hi Crockery, China, Glass, Cutlery, Plated Goods,
Coei Oil Aiups, cto. , , i.. ,.
.... ... . 959 South High street. .
WAttNliK tc EMIM1NOEK., ' -
18 East Broad street.
We aim to be the osst. ' '
GW- BKWNr DENTIST. The best styles
. of Dentistry, -including Dunn's Improved
ilineralllsie. OtSco. 10 and 11 Opera Block...
; DRY. GOODS.
EBEKLY Ac CO..
J Dealers ia-Dry Goods, Notions
Cluths,; Mattings, shades. Hats,
corner High and Friend streets.
Caps and furs.
T V J. OsBtlHN 41c . O., -
Carpets, Mattings, 0U Cloths, Curtains, Stable and
rancy JUry Uoods. .... ., .. . .. ,, .. . ., ..:-. ..w
t T. Ac s. FA If, ' - . . ' .:
XA. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Staple and
rancy Dtj Goods,, and alanutacturers of Ladies
Cloaks. ... . ' ., . 123 S- High sireeu
JC. V- Krnm A Co., eash dealers in Dry Goods and
T7OI7HTH ST. DRV GOODS STORE.
jtotins, ioo uta rourtn atreewi . t
fj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
NaugatonBaUding, Nos-118. and 12 South. High
tahikr NtniiHrON.,, .
XV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry- Goods and
uents i urmsniug uoods. eil- Hons. -
nlLCHRlST, 6RAT A. CO.,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. -.
. ftp, agesonth tjinn street.
i (1. HKlOl.tSI Ac CO.'. '-' ; -" '- '
XX. Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods Cloths,
i! ore, ete. . mil a ooutn mgB street.
DEPOT Vllt OSTUttE, ; 5
- JOHN 8.-ROBERTS. '"'
Druggist and Apothecary.
r - 'i ' ' - wS North High street.
It Aa.tL,K V Mi rso5i,
HOLF.SALKA KKl AlL DRUGGISTS.
t, . louaouthHigh at.tJulumous.o.
DKACN. BRICK A CO.. :' ""
A. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, and Dealers
iniufimar; medicines. - .. - ......
. , . 94 North High street.
RiCmes ic iriooHE, T 4 ' i ; j i,
, Designers. Engravers and Publishers; 1TU
risu and other seals engraved to order. I I i .
Nos.l07andlQ0tfouth High street.'
FURNITURE, &c". ,'
-III.IHTIBCS CABINET CO.
Vy Manufaetarera and Wholesale and Retail Deal
era In at uimtura.Bairs, aiattrasses, etc.
m-, , t h: 901 South High St. (Opera House).
4Ateio FritA ITfJUa U,
J 1 ' M - . .'. I
VJ Manufacturers of hrstolass Furniture. Whole
sale and .Retail Warerooms, 6, 7 and 8 Gwynue
.HOUSE 'FURNISHING. r.
TA1 AuHlSI HIMU AcC4., ' t
XUmc Dealer, in Mantles. Stores aad House Knr
niajng Gooos. AUo, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
" - . . i7 ta3t lowu i-treet.
A KENS 6c STUART,
J. Honse Furnishing Uoads, Mantles.' Grates,
i"r - owbii iron, otoves ana Aianues
9" tfouta Hish sueet.
. STUN, TAKtOK 4k HUFF. v
I V Oealers in Hardware.ionaj, h,nm;.h:..nMj.
tiarble and Siate Maatiea, Grates, Stives. Hot Air
x miwwo.M. v. - . - inorttt ixigh street.
-i Jl- BGAt' "'X
XjMu wanuraerurer ana vr noieraie Lreaier irl Hoop
Skirts and Corsets, Also, dealer iu Berlin Zepher
ti.-vlV .Mil .J J-."lll'
HOWE SEWING -: MACHINE..
Dealer in Munlcal
timer? and Fancy Goods (erreroHy. SpeoiaUAirenti
for the celebrated klias Howe Oold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 6 South Hith street-
HATS & CAPS.
MBS. fll. lflw A. AC, , - ij
(Suecessor to . Lauf.) Dealer in Bats, Caps,
t ors and Straw Ooods riouth Bign rtreet.i 1
, , (Sign Oolden Hat.) t ,
NATIONAL. HOTU,, -., ;
' Opposite Depot.
J. B. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.:
UA1TKU SI Al'liTllOfFX,
Corner High and Town streets. ! ' " '
I,,; ; . . ii.-, v K. J. BLUHN V Proprietors:'
Zfc"i?LEIt 'HOUSE,'' " '';-;rt
. Corner Kourth A' friend sts. Commodious ;
house and extensive stables. ,
i-ua .. ii .i.r. Ii. A. BOWERS, Proprietor. '
ill 940 eutk High street; Good stabling attach-'
lPr- w- PHATCHER.Proprietor. -
V auranoe Company. Assets, $1S,COO.OOO.
i -WM. JAMISON, Agent. Columbus, O.
NEWKIKK Ac imi.TENBEKOEK,
-QEoikKAfa AUENTS Security Lite rusuraaea-
No. 6 Opera House.
HOIT1E INSCHAKCE COMPANV OF
Columbus. 0. spital and Assets, $460,514.27.
R. M. HAKKk. Sen-v.
Office, Nos. tit Opera House
"i ,, w. Mimmonis,
,'holesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
101 B. High street. Opera House ttlocK.
IfKS. A. UtSWNIMO, - t
jL Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No-67 North High street, i,.-: -, i...
Je "Dealer in Millinery, Dress arid Cloak Trim
mines nd Fancy Ooods. 130 Soath H'h street.
onHAtHAUKESI A OHLLEBEN.
O Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-
cismng uooas, .j
, No. 53 North High street.
Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also-agent for the Diamond Shirts,
j ff , T . ,. .. 121 South Hh street. ,
THE OHIO DIRRCHAltT TAlLiORINe
r A CLOTHING CO.. 185 rt. High Gents'
suits made to order.
Ready-made Clothing ai-
ways on hand.
JOHN C, RICKENBACUEK, -.
- Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Uenta' Furnishing Goods. ) - - n " --j
No. 61 North HUh street.
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J OHM HimTEK,-..,..
MERCHANT TAILOR. S20 South High st.
Cholcosteck of Clothing onstanil? en band. -. -
NEWS DEALERS, z
i -. New Dealer,-' Bookvellersv and Stationers.;
No. 65 jSouth High street, nex' door to Postofliee. -t
4 HDKEIVN A: II II I.I,.
IjMiKO. UHLIIUNfll, r, .... ,, - ;-,
X News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
' - ' 931 South High street.
PAPER " WAREHOUSES.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 93 A 95 North High at.
1.1 Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A40 Norib High street.
ii an ck. 9 crnnfl,
-, . -r-r a -8L-Souih High street..
PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South Ilia-h itnet. '
Piotures made in every style and sise.
. AhCREik," '
rhotographs,- Ambrotypes, Gems, etc, etc.,
.).;- id. 930 South High street.
EM-IMrWNii, me. .,
. No. S ODera HnuKa. : 'freata .Diaeveaof the
L' ... va- II . nn . 1 I .. . ii
of Women and Children . .. -.
JF. HA It It IS Ac CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Liehte A
Co.'s and 'Hamea It Bro.'B Pianos. Also, Organs,
Uelodeoos and other musical instruments.
' 36 North High 1-treet. .
CV WOODS, V ; - V,
Agent for ChK'iering's and Emmarson's Pi
i Also, Organs. Melodoons and Sheet Music.
... - 9t South High street.
BANK EXCHANGE 'RESTAURANT,
Corner State and Hish streets. ..
j i. CHaRLk I ' M YER, Proprietor.
. SEWING MACHINES.
A ET'tA SOWING machines,
l. .The .beat in th. world.- Noa. 1 and 9 ODera
House. W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Ii At. ttUntBAtt. A- CO,
AV. Dealers in Fine Watches.
Platedware, Spectacles. Ac., No. 11 Eat Town
street.' ' -
GATES Ac HARRINGTON,
(Sui'cessors to Win. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver War aud Spec
tacles. No. SNeil Houre. -
A. lc L. LE'QDEKEIIX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrr. -, No. 71 South High street. -
ANCKOFT BROS. & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
' ,'" 3 and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street. ,
-k Wat. Tikiava ja. rn
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. ' No. Gwynne block. I own St.
Pi :f W. HUNTINGTON CO..
Corner Broad & High Sts.
;COLUM BUS, OHIO. ,
"febe-dly " ' ': ' ' '
BTTTCEE80N. " "W.
HAYBEN. HDTCHESON & CO.,
IfO.13 S. IUCJH STBEET,
i, : ' - Cslnmbm, O
- , BANK OF "COMMERCE,
..-.-',-: ,. Clbvblamd. May Sea, 1868. j '
VTOTICE IS IIP.ira.-KV GIVEN to THE
L, boldera nf tha, n,it.tnlinff nntea of the lata
lank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that atter the exoirBt.inn .r r mnnihi from this
date, application will be irade to the Auditor, Sec
retary ana treasurer ot state to surrender to said
Bmk the 8t jks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation of said Bank in pursuance of the fortj-
nra piu bc;u i toe aoc w authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 91st, 1851. . ,
JO.?HPH PERKINS. Pre-idnt '
H. R. Hpblbut. Casnier.j- : .. , .lma25 d6in
The Sisters of St, Marj's,
KJ jSemerset, Poitt county, will open their large
aoacions building for the reception of pupils on
nf THE rsasajis. hkukntlv v
k. fir.t Mnndar iu September, 1868. For Board anil
Tuition. (76, S80, 85 and 980, according to the de-
Address Box olz au3-dtf
3 11 Dfob hale.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN-' COLTS. FIVE
V and six year' 616-very handsome, kind and
sound, will be sola iow
;,; FEMALES,' OWING TO THE
peculiar aud imp'ortauti'relations whici
thoy sustain, their 'peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. -Freedom from these,
contribute in' no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy" who are. ill.. Not only so, but nq
one of these various female complaints
can long be suffered ! to" run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere. long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a' phys'ician for tlie
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so far ' sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this; - The Bex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics - which will be
found efficacious in relieving and enring
almost every one of these troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex.
EXTRACT OF Iii CIIU.
-Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug
gists snd doctors, who either merely tan-
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
pply remedies which make them worse.
would not wish to assert anything that
ould do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, , unwholesome air and food,
refuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is. far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to, the mucous membrane of . the
vagina itself. ; ' ' V . ' "'s. '!:
When reviewing the causes of these
istressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them.' ' It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the. many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of woman in all classes of society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. - The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development, to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the ,. ball-room, llius, with the body
half-clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for Bleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is halt accomplished.
In consequence of this early strain
upon ber system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to ro
tain her' situation in school at a later
dav. thus aggravating the evil. . When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air ; the sudden change
of temperature ; the complete,' prostra
tion produced by : excessive danciog
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect. ' At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, and the un
fortunate one. nituerto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
au unwilling subject of medical treat
ment.11 This is but A truthful picture of
the experience ot thousands ot our young
.Long before the.ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed ot what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
ife : and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Leucorrhoea, , Too Profuse
Menstruation,'" Exhaustion, Too ' Long
Continued Periods, - for Prolapsus and
Searing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known
IIelmbold's Compound Extract of
Buchl'. Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany. ;, '.
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age, will find it
remedy to aid nature in the discharge
its' functions.' ' Strength is the glory
manhood and womanhood. IIelmbold
Extract Bochc is more strengthening
than any -of the' preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely saler, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
inanity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, , Mental and Physical. Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness , and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs
(generation, -raipiiaiion ot tne xieart.
aud, in tact, an ine concomitants ot
lervous . and Debilitated state of. the
system' To insure the genuine, cut" this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. Take
J Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. . , - '
! Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms iu- all communica
tions. Address H. '11 HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical ' Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. T. ; 01
j None are genuine unless done up
teel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
11. Tj HELMBOLD.
Kit Carson and the Utah Chief.
! ' During a residence of ten years in the
Rocky Mountains, I became intimately
acquainted with Kit Carson.- 1 1 have
hunted, trapped" and fought' Indians n
company with him,. and a more congen:
ial companion it has never fallen to my
lot to meet. ' ' In the summer of the year
1845, I was xamped with Kit Carson,
Bobi Fisher, ' Lucien Maxwell and Dick
Wooden.on the Rio,a creek that empties
its waters into the Red River." We
were building adobe houses intending to
make' a permanent settlement.'."'. Judge
Beaudien, of Taos, Maxwell's father-in-law,
sent us out Borne cows, hogs, chick
ens, and a number of Spaniards whom
we 'employed in planting about one hun
dred iicres of corn on the opposite side
of the creek without any fencing.. Our
corn looked well, and we-were anticipa
ting a' large 'crop, when one day a vil
lage of TJtahs, consisting of "about seventy-five
lodgesrunder Big Antler, their
chief, made .-. their "appearance." They
had a giat- many horses; and alter
camping, which they did abont one half
mile above us, tney deliberately drove
their stock into our corn. . We mounted
our horses, taking our rifles with us, and
drove them away, then riding up to their
camp, asked the chief "if it was his in
tention to destroy our corn ?'.' 'He said,
"Yes ; he came for the purpose of re
cruiting his horses, which were poor,
and he knew of no better place than
there, and he was told that the whites
were going to war with the TJtahs, at
the same time he gave orders to his
young men to drive the horses back into
the corn. . . .. ...
Seeing that he was in earnest, - and
not willing to have the crop destroyed
without .an effort to save it,' Ji.it sprang1
from his horse, saying, "Boys, cover me
with ur guns 1 will fax him, ' and in-;
stantly springing upon the chief .clutched
hire by the throat. 'Now," he said,
"order your young men to bring back
those horses or you are a dead man.
it your stock enter my corn 1 shall kill
you," at the same time holding a seven
inch butcher knife to his breast. : The
chief seeing that he was in a bad pre
dicament, and having good, reasons to
know that the threat would be put in
force, ordered the horses brought back.
Big Antler was, and had alwaysbeen,
the friend of the whites. : and the most
honorable Indian in the Utah nation a
brave man, and one who respected brave
ry in others. Uarson Knew .this, and
thought that by acting in the manner he
did he would be most apt to succeeds
After releasing his hold of the Indian
he asked him "how he learned that the
whites were going : to war with the
Utahs?" v Big Antler said "Black Cloud
had just come "from Taos and brought
the news." 1 7 ' ' I
Black Cloud, who was standing by,
said, "Yes, it is so," and that we should
die, and "our property be destroyed.
Kit said that he was "talking crooked,
and trying to get the Utahs to commence
war." Big Antler said that "as Black
Cloud was double-tongued, and did not
love the whites, he would wait and hear
further news, and not be too hastv in
the matter, as he did not want to go to
war without cause." The warriors now
began to crowd around ns with threat
ening gestures, which, being perceived
by the chief, he ordered them to desist
aud stand back, saying : "Warriors,
would you be cowards to attack these
men in your 'own camp ? The first that
lays a hand on these men I shall shoot
down like a dog. I am going to camp
on this creek the balance of this moon,
and see that not one head of our horses
trouble the ' whites. These men are
brave, I love them, and who among my
young warriors are going to join me in
protecting them ?" : He , hardly ceased
speaking when about fifty braves sprang
to the side ot their cbiet.
Black Cloud, who was a man of influ
ence among the Utahs, a very giant in
size, and of a bloodthirsty nature, who
had caused Big Antler a great deal of
trouoie Dy nis quarrelsome disposition,
and had also killed : the chiefs own
brother some few years before, stepped
forward and tried to persuade the bal
ance that they had better kill and de
stroy all belonging to us. Having the
majority with him, he began to argue
with the chief. "You know," he said,
"that the Utahs never had much love for
the whites. Now is our time ! - Let us
kill these men ! they are captains and
braves. We have them in our power.
Let us kill them, and then go down to
the camp and kill the Spaniards and de
stroy their stock and corn, and then we
will fight the whites whenever we meet
them. Have they not driven our buffaloes
away, caught our beaver, and, by huntin
through the country, made the game
wild, so that our young men find it hard
work to get meat to teed our women and
children 1 'Are we not the owners of
this country 1 What right have they
here 7 They trade with our enemies,
the Cheyennes and Arapahoes, and tur-
nish them guns and ammunition to fight
nswith!" Then turning to his own
crowd, he said, "Have you heard nie,
braves. Shall we be women and let Big
Antler dictate what we shall do -in this
matter ? No warriors ! Let us kill
them and every white we can catch in
our country from this time out. My
heart is big big tor the Utahs. Iii
Antler's heart is big for the whites.
Whom will you yon join ? Who shall
be your chief and lead you against the
whites! 1 have done.
As soon as he stopped speaking, an
old brave said, "Utahs, pause a moment
Open your ears and hear your chief
first, -lou all know he is strong in war,
and strong in council. Big Antler, speak
to your people.
The chief stepped forward, and throw
ing his robe on the ground, stood before
them a perfect model 01 a strong and
active . man. VV ith head erect, an
flashing eyes, he commenced : "":
"I have listened to Black Cloud.
have heard all he said. He has been
great warrior. He counts more coos than
any other man in the nation. His ene
mies' scalps hang on every pole in his
lodge. His squaws and children never
want for meat, tor he is a great nunter,
There is no Utah in the tribe so big as
he. Look at him as he stands there
head and shoulders abov you all. Why
was he not a chief ? I will tell you. He
was not born to be a chief, he is too
wicked. He loves to kill. He is like
the panther, he loves to crawl upon
his enemies and kill for the sake of blood
A chief should have feelings of kindness
to' the weak, and protect them. Black
Plnnrl baa no kindness in his heart: even
with his own people he is bad. Did he
, 1 ' -. '1 1 . j r cn i.i- 1 1 v .
Jot till or chieP brother the Raven?
f I'had not been a chie'tI .would 'have
killed hip"!J"of .thit-bnt'I'-wa of a
brave people, a"nd -wOuld not stoop to
lay him. In battle.'wheTe am I ? Do
follow behind aTidtake scalps from
those that others kill to make m coos
count big? - No ! the scalps that hang-rrp
my lodge, poles-, were. ,takea from-the
heads "of wamorsfliat: fell by tnis hand,
not from;wiimii" nd.childrenbu); from
0arriors in battle, fighting like brave
men, and conquered by - Big' Antler,
whom all the Utahs call a brave man,
and not a slayer o'f women and children
j At this Black CToiitT sprang forward,
and taking a handful -of dirt, he rew
it "on the chief, Baying :" ''Big' Antler,
yovtjare a coward.: tiYou are; afraid: to
fight the- whites. .Your- -brother -was a
coward and I killed him. Say,' Utahs,
shall we have a coward for our chief ?
I have thrown dirt on him, and he has
turned pale in the face.TTke a white man.
Look -at him ! there is no-blood in hi
eyes t HV trembles like' a squaw You
want it brav$ for a chief, oae that .will
lead you te battle, and return loaded
with the scalps of the enemy.",Big Ant
ler, your time has come. . Black Cloud
always kills the man that insults him,
and you must die;"
He was just in the act of making, a
spring upon Big Antler, who stood calm-'
ly waiting for him' to finish speaking,
when Kit Carson spurred his horse be
tween them, and jumping down stood
face to face with the giant Black Cloud,
who, looking at hiril a moment with rage
depicted in every feature,' said, "Stand
aside, squaw of the pale-faces, ' I shall
punish you afterwards." ;
1 ' "You will,' said Kit, "we will see to
that," at the same time bringing his ri
fle to his shoulder, "Black Cloud, I will
let the sun shine through you : if you
move another step forward. Boys, stand
close to me; let your horses go. I think
this little knot of braves backed by us
can just clean out this crowd : and, to
tell the truth, I owe this fellow a settle
ment for stealing my horses once." ' .'.'
Black Cloud s party began to move
np, and the Big Antler's braves stood
near us, and the chief, whose face ' was
calm and pleasant to look on before,
stepped iorward. I never saw such a
change. He looked a very demon. His
eyes were were bloodshot, the sweat was
pouring down his face, and raising both
hands above his head, in one' of which
he had a knife, he spoke: yr.T .-
"Warriors, take this man away. 1
shall kill him if you do not. . What 1
Black Cloud the murderer of his own
people, talk of being chief of the Utahs !
Away with him! my heart is growing
cold, aud 1 teel 1 am becoming thirsty
tor. Dlooa. 13 ig Antler will, be your
chief until he is too old to lead his braves
to victory, then he will step aside for
one you consider worthy, of filling his
place. ' But ho murderer, one' that has
Utah blood on his hand, can be your
chief. Do 1 speak straight V
While he had been talking, they had
led Black Cloud aside, and a number of
his party had: come over to the chief,
and declared themselves ready to obey
him and him alone. ' ''.' !.'' '.:
Kit was talking to the chief, and just
in the act of shaking his 1 hand, when
crack ! went a rifle, and a' ball whistled
past his head, and entered the breast of
a young brave that stood behind Big
Antler, killing him instantly. .- Black
Cloud, who fired the shot, had, in his
rage, snatched a gun from an Indian and
fired atKit or the chief : we never knew
which. Kit raised his rifle and took de
liberate aim and sent a ball crashing
through his skull. Then, springing to the
chief, he told them to "come on, if they
wanted to avenge Black Cloud ; that
we were ready and anxious for a fight.
He called them cowards, squaws, and all
the named he knew were insulting to an
Indian," but they did not come ; , their
leader was gone, and they did "not care
to risk the further displeasure of their
chief. Kit told them if Black (Jlond
relations wanted any satisfaction from
him at any time, lie was going 'to stay
on that creek, and they would always
find him there.. The chief sent ten young
braves down to our camp: to stay with
us as long as the village remained on
the creek. Every day he would send us
fresh meat, and during the time they
camped 1 near us '- we were : well
treated and respected. J Kit was considered
by them a great brave, and their
chief s. best friend. . - , , , . r
DEMOCRATIC BASKET MEETINGS.
The Democratic Executive Committee
announce the following Basket meetings
On Saturday. Oct 3d. at 10 A. M., Reynnldsburg
for Truro, Jefferson and East part of Montgomery
Township. Speakers Hon. Allen u. Ihurman
Hoa. A. Maroand James E. Wright.
On Saturday, October 10th, at Groveport, for
Madison, Hamilton and south part of lruro town
ship. Speakers Hon. P. Van Trump, E. B. Esh-
elman and Thomas Sparrow . r.
Let" arrangements be made to make these
meetings the largest ever Quia in tne coun
ty. Bring your baskets. Bring your
wives and daughters. Bring your" sons.
Bnug vour Keoublicau neighbors, pre
pared to spend the day and have a good
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman Co. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
$100 Silk Banner.
At a meeting of the Democratic County
Central and Executive Committees, held
Thurman Hall, on Saturday, ' August 29,
the following resolution was unanimously
Sesolved, That the ward or township
Franklin county giving the largest propor
tionate increased Democratic vote for the
Democratic State Ticket, over the vote
given for Judge Thurtnau lor Governor,
1867, shall be entitled to and receive from
the committee, a magnificent Silk Banner,
worth one hundred dollars, to be held by the
township or ward winning it, two succes
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Ch'm'n Co. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
E. If. lUJLman
Will address the Seymour and Blai
Club of Pleasant Valley, on Monday even
ing, October o, at o'clock.
Chm'n District Committee.
JOHN G. THOMSON, Secretary.
PHAL.ON'3 "PAPHIAlf . LOTItlN't
for Beantifjing the BKIN and COMPLEXION
Removes all ERUPTIONS. FRECKLES, ' PiM
PLGS MOTH BLOTCHES, TAN, eic,
and renders THE SKIN SOFT, FAIR
and BLOOMING. i .
Foi LADIES in the NURSERY it is Invaluable
For GENTLEMEN after SHAVING it has
equal. "PAPHIAN LOTION" is the only reli
able remedy for diseases and blemishes of
B&.LM. .1 ; - -!
VNY-mySa-eodly 1 - .-'..: , ., .;
"FLOB DE MAYO." j " '
FLOR DE MAYO." " '
A NEW PERFUME lor the HANDKERCHIEI
EXQUISITE, DELICATE, Laf ting FRAGRANCh
PHALON & EON, B. X. Bold by aU Druggist
Bi-iajAA-Buaij'j r ..
PHAL01TS "PAPHIAN SOAP" for the TOILET
1 N DRiEKY. and BAlll, will not chsp th
cn.Axi. iivo w voiiLo per caau,
.v 5 9 -t uv
1 1 '- r.
1 . i.. 3
i i- Li' i y
I ;: vM- it
Gen. Tlomas Err inc. ''Jr'ia. An.
' . JMiiaimeng. - ,;.,v ' ! .1 1
General Thos. -.Ewpig, Jr., will address
the people as follows: ... . :, . jj.;.- 1,
At CARDIN'GTON, Morrow County.. October3d
Hon. A.' C , 'Iliurman's ADboint-
' ' " - ' naeaalia. -! ' '
AT L08IpX.'with; John H. Thomas, Esq.and
others. Thursday. October oth. -.
At OA LION. M-ntav. October 6th.
At DELAWARE, Wedoosday, October 7th.' 1 ' 1 " !
At LO DON. Thursday, October 8th. .
At WASHINGTON O.H.. Saturday. October 10th.
' 1 " lion. (jo. E. Hugh ' ''-''" ':
WniBpeatt': "' J -SJ 'urs'--B
At HAM I LTO N. Saturday evening', October loth.
.1 -i uea. Ilarbig Ward, "
AtOIVmVKATf Tlrnmi.. rv.t... mk' 1 , !'..:
At SPRINGFIELD,. Saturday evening," Ootobar
Will gneak i 'l' V. ' it .
A TKXAS, Champaign county. Monday. Ooto
i ber 6th. -i .
I GRtilijJviLLE, October 7th. ... .
Oen. ' Geo. ' W.' McCooli & Gen.
t-.i.( Joseph Ii: Gelger '"
Will, with others; address the neonle '!, '
IT WOODSFIELD," Monroe county; Thursday
wowuerom,.;. . .. , ,.,.! Ill j
. Hon. Geo. II. Pendleton ,
Will speak. - ... ..... i
A t TO V NGS TO W N. Saturday. Oct. 3d. .,..
At EL RIA. Wednesday. Oct. 7!h. 7
At Mt. VERNON. 'lhuraday.Oct.8th. ' 1
At N A.POLEON, Henry county. Friday, Oct. 9th.
rllon. P. Tan Trump J -
Will speak'' ''. - "! 1 '
At GROVEPORT. Ontario mrii. .'I ' -
At COLUMBUS. October Win, evening. , , .. .
Hon. Chilton A. White
And others will speak
At MILLER3RURG, Holmes Co.' Thursday, Oct.
em, - 1 ft c , , t . ; , , : . .
IIou. Frank II. Hard
Will speak with Gen. Thomas Ewing Jr.,
At CARDINGTON, Oct. 3d. . , , -
Gen. Geo. W. flic Coo V, and Hon.
Robert ' llulcheson,
Will speak with Hon. Geo H. Pendleton
At YOUNG3TOSVN,' Oct. 3d. . .. ;, '
Col. V. M. Sinnllnood and Col.
' S. IF. Coll,
Of New Orleans, and late of the Federal
army will, ppeak
At CINCINNATI. Monday. Oct. Sth. 1
! Gen. George IV. NlcCook
With others, will speak :
At RAVENNA. Mondav. Oatoh.r5th. - ) " .,.
WARREN, Tuesday, Ootober 6th.
Gen. Frank I. Kluir
Will speak at ' " ' ' ""'.. '
MARIETTA. Octobers:!. ""
CINC1N ATI. October 5th.' '.; : - .. --.-.i
Hon. 8. W. Coll. of f,., and Hoa.
Chilton A. White ,...;.,
Will speak u . ,. t. , :
At CHILLICOTHE, Saturday, October 10th. . ,
Hon. 'A. G.' Tliurmun and Hon.
'Frank 11.11 urd
Wiil address the people " ' ' ;t . - :
At MARIO Nt Tuesday, October 6th. ' - '' ' J
: . . Hon.C. N,Lamlssa '" "
Will speak with Hon. A. G. Thurman'-',w-
At MARION, October th. - I -t
At DELAWARE, October7th. '.
At LON'DON.October 8th.: -l 1
At WASHINGTON C,H.. Ootober 10th.; . , ,,;
Geu. Tliomat EwinE Jr. ...
Will address the. people ,r" i--r - . .....
At PORTSMOUTH, (evening) October 6th. -At
I RON TON. OctoW flih.
At GALL'HOLiS, Ootobei 8th. - . : i. .
At ATHENS. October Bth.
At CHI LLlCOl'HIK. October 10th.
Hon. Robert Hutchcson '
Will speak.. . - .' ' f 1
At RAVENNA. Monday, October Sth. ,., . ,
At WARREN. Tuesday. October Sth.
At O f TA iv A, Putna a county, Wednesday. Octo-
oer im. , ,
At SID .V BY. Saturday, October 10th.' ' ' "
The meetings of Gov. Bramlette tor Sid
ney, 5th ot October, and Ottawa, 6th of
October, are withdrawn. : ' - "" "'
Thk meeting at Springfield for Octobe r
Oth, is withdrawn.' ' '" "
Gov. Thomas E. Rramlette -
Will speak" ' -"- ' ' "
At CINCINNATI, October 5th' V " ' '1
At DAYTON. October 6th. ., ,1( . .
Hon. Chilton A. White, with E. B
" - ' Esjhelman, "
Will "peak ' : ; ": ' .'' oi' '
At CRESTLINE, Tuesday evening, Oct. 8th. .
Hon. Chilton A. White, -with Oth
ers, .( . . ,
Will speak . '. ... ...... -
At OTTAWA. Wednesday, Oct. 7th. ;. ,
Hon. V. Reed Golden
Will epeak. ' :'- " 13 ' '
At GALLIPO LIS, Thursday, Oot. 8th.
t.-;il ' :ij-H. Vt
2 , :i ,
I j h c
E. F. BINGHAM, Ch'n.
W. W. WEBB, Sec'y.
DEMOCRATIC GERMAN MEETINGS.
John B. Jeup, Esq., Editor of the Ctncin
nnti Volksfreund, will address the people in
the German lansruao;e as follows : -
AT WOODFIELD. Thursday, October 8th. '
AU the above meetings will be in the
evening, unless otherwise ordered by the
county committees. 1 'i: 1 .
Hon. Emil . Eothe, of Wisconsin, .will
At YODNfJSTO WN, Saturday, October Sd.
At CLEVELAND. Monday, October 5th.
At SANDUSKY CITY, Tuesday. October 6th. -
Other German meetings will be here
1 v ,.-.-.
E. F. BINGHAM,
Ch'n. Dem. Ex. Com. O.
NEW GERMAN MEETINGS.
n Hon. Emil Rathe 1 - ''
Will speak in German at
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Ootob-rCth. "'
CINCINNATI, October 7th and Sth. -. ..
SANDUKAY CITY. October Oth.
TOLEDO. October 10th. -
Mr. Rothe's meetine; at Sandusky City
October 6th, is changed to "October 9th, as
above; ' '
W. WEBB, E. F. BINGHAM.
The Democratic County Executive Com
mittee announce the following township
meetings: .:' -1 ' '" ': '"
Dublin, Saturday, Ootober 3d, at S P. M. Speak
ers (Jen. Jos. H. Geiger, J. C. Groom and C.Loew-
Wnrthinrtnn.. Satnrdar :evemng: October 3d.
Speakers Gon. Jos. U, Geiiier, C . Loewenstein
The committeemen in the several town
ships will make the necessary arrange
ments tor these meetings", juet every ooay
torn out and hear the important issues ol
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chairman Dem. Ex. Co.
Chairman Dem. Ex. Co. W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
EY JO. M. GEIGER -'
Will address the people of Franklin
county at the following places:.,. t ..; 7J
H ARRISBUR3, Monday evening. Ootober 5th.',,
liROVEPilttT. Tuesday evening. October Oth.
Clll.l! MKIiS (west front State Honse). r-atirrd.T
evening. October loth, with Hon. P. Van Trump
Let men of all parties' attend these
meetings and hear the political issues of
the present campaign discussed. -
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chairman Dem. Co. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
Franklin County Democratic Executive
Tho Vr.nklin County Democratic Execu
t rv.mmir.tee Koom (Thurman Hall) will
riurinff the campaign from 9 o'clock
A. W . to 10 oclock P. M. (Sundays exceptr
rd Democrats are cordially, invited
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
f f rt si 'IT a
Cl 1 I
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The confirmed dyspeptic aaijraramst say with St.
Peter, "1 die dailv." Toeob.ect of this article is
not to.remind hiqi of . IJ , bis pangs. but to show
him bow tobanlsh theni ' I I 'forever The means
of immediate aud permanent ralif ,are- jvoOered,
himia ! i V II. KI.(.Vtt
. HOOFLArjD'S T r
And it is tor him to say whether Tie tin continue
to endure a living deathor to put bimteltlin -siiion
toedr Uie enjoyable. .7 "A ..
Of tlj. efficacy of this matchlens vegitable atom-''
acb'c are to be found in every oitjr aad town in the
United States healthy men and wnmen, rescued '
from torture by its f use, land eager to btr 1
testimonr to its vir-- V "tues - It differs from
any other Bitters in eU tenoe. in tbia special par
ticularit is not alcoholic. ---i- j
For annh nnntWnHfinfl .nrl n,miM MnniM tnr
j their invigor atioa a diffusive stimulant,'
' GERM AN '''TOI-ICI
1 Has bees provided a preparation in which the sol a
: id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
i ble kingdom are held in solution by spirituous
: agent-, purged of all deleterious constituents. 1'f be
Satieat. in cbooaing between tbtrse two great anti
otes, should be guide 1 by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
bis selec ion; but in eases where -the emergency is
1 not so pressing, tfae Bitters is the specino reeaifed.
- Thousands find infill- f ite benefit from tak-
ing each in -turn. Jhvr i. no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or phTsi
' oal prostration to which tbey -axe not adapted.1 aad
in which, singly or combinsd, they will not effect ,. -cure,
'And Weakness for Str'ngth.' Get-rid of the ail-'1 '
'nients wi.ich interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom. .
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold 1
of life and, in short, become a . ,
NEW : BCA.jV.-i.
Through the instrumentalitv of the-most powerrul '
and popular of all vegetable invigorants aud C91-; ,
rectives, - - ... . i .
nOOFLAXD'S; GERMAX . BITTER!?.
Bilionsnefis. Tndi efts tion. General DeDiIitT.'arifi
all the complwata whioh proceed fiom. ft wni of ;i
proper action in the liver, the stotnaoh and the
bowels, areeradicmtel by iooore of thi. treti ;-i O
Whioh not only combUatid conquers dlaease3lht , ,
have entrcTjehed therueelves in the system,' bat
is the best known sfeurd -aftinst all unhealthy ,
infliences. Persons whose occupations and par-'
suits sunjeot them to the.tjVepreasinr effects of t
close, unwholesome atmftsphere, should take it re
n'arly as a protection againit the low fevers 'and "
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva- "
Hda who are - "
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.-vii it i-.i .! is.-i, i I'mii I n tiff
Without any speoiu complaint, exoeot a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy;
will find in the BIT- r- TER8 a foaniam of
vitality and vigor, as r refresning and exil
eratinz as a pool in the desert to the sand-scorched -and
fainting travelersvu y L..)(i;) itv
: I '-'s::?:
T enmnosei of the rrare'uiees fori as thev aremef-1
d'cinsily .termed. Extracts),- of Entt,, Herbs aud. ,1
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any ; i
k"-L .,t i -.- ni ii-'..!i ii .'.!! -.-,m ;i--r ;j
' ;;;; ;;HooPLD,s;,;;.!;;;.!t
CERMAN ATONIC f
Is a combination of air the ingredients of the Bit- :
ters.witn the purest quality ot Santa Crui Rum, t,
Orange, etc., making one of the most pleaant and
agreeable remedies ever -offered to the public- t - - ,1
. These remedies wiil effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys- I - pepda, Chronic or y
Nervous Debility, la. Chroruo Diseases of ,,
the Ridneys, and all diseases aris ng from a disor
dered Liver or stomach, - . .! i :
i ;i ' isCosti-
pation. Inward .:.i.11
; , Piles, . Full nesi of , . "
! :i1' ' lr! -; Blood, to the Head, ' T' ; -.
' ii.---7 Acidity of the Stomach. - e,.,.,H? -Nausea.
t if 1 ' for Food.Fulmess or Weightin the -ri.ii . -.
, . Stomach, Sour isructations. Sinking .
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach. '
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Oifiioult . ,
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations -when in a Lying Posture.. 1
Dimness of Vision, I'ots or Webs belore the
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head; ' I '"
' tj ", Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness ltjK ,
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
- ' Side, Back, Cheat, Limbs, etc.. .'" ' '
... Sodden Flushes of Heat. - ,
Burning in the Flesh,
( . . , ' . Constant Imagin-i j , : , lt; ) ., . ,
irigs of Evil, and , ,
r.-M: , :m- Ureal Depres-s -.t " -'. r..
. a 1 -- 1. - ?vm. .:m 1
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' ' Thej are the Greatest and Best' 1 i " ' '
BLOOD PURIFIEKS Ve,
17vs Vnnnrn 4r will snr .11 rT1 flfHQM THanTtineT ' '
troui bad li'luod. Keep jour Blood pme Xeep
your jjivr in uiuer. g juiai uitromo
orcans .io. .sound. - saa heithy condition, by t
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
aailyou. ' - ' " "
Weak and Delicate
LI 1 T 1 11 11
II H A 1 1 1
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will oureevery case of MARASMUS
t Without fail -. - . 1 - I .11
Thousands of certiQcates have accumuiatea in
the baa Is of the proprietors, but space will allow '"
. of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be - ,
' observed, are men of note and of such standing that'
they moat be believed. i i- i ti ; ....joy -J
: THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT ?
! ""'"''OF.PE'SYI.YAWIA'.', '.'?,'
SPEAKS FOB THK SB REMEDIES. - .
Who would ask tor more diem nod or stronger tes
i HON. C. VV. WOODWARD, 1. -r
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of PenMyl'""1 '
ranis, writs s;i! - - i. v"'-J''i; ariJ
. PetLADELrHiA, March 18, 1887.
I find "'Hoofland's German Bitters'" is a good ton
: ic, useful iu diseases.. MJ of the digestive or-. t
gans, and of great ben- I efit in cases of debil
' ity and want of nervous action in the system. i,
j Yours truly, s UEO. W. WOODWARD. . ,. ,
HON. JAMES THOMPSON, '
' ' , - : y 1 1. i'-'M.' y I-.--'. .y.
J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
,' Philablpbia, April 88, 18B6. '
'! I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" avalna- i"
' ble medicine in o.ses.of attacks of Indigestion or ,
D'spepaia. I can ce tily this lrom my experience .,
' of it. Yours, withreepect ' "
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
' I - I'titi ' .- ' '
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva-
hia, writes :
, . ! PHII.ADKi.rBIA, 8e t. U.18S7, .,
' "Hoofiaud's Germai Bitters ' is a very useful ar- .
IIIa .a n. tonic nnd as an uDrotizer. It H not an In- '
toxi atiDg drink, and may be used beneuoially by
: persons Ol au one. j'oluuiiv juuir
- - - JAMbiS Kusa
i ..j.- OAUTIONi - - -
j Hoofland's German Remedies are' connterfeiteilv '
Bee that the signature f ot C ' ABV1?' .
Js on tne wrapper of U each bottle. .All oth- ?
i ers are counterfeit. '. '.', ,,.' J, " "
delphU.Pa. ' ; ' t-' ''''"' ' ;
CHARLE5 31. ETANS,: Proprietor.
! ' ' Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO. "'.'
BnAnAi flttn lttttni ner bottle..
Hoofland's "German Hitters, naif dosen... 6 00
Hoofld's German Tonic, pot up in at. bottles 1 i 60
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