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..' FOR PRESIDENT,
: r.ORATIO SEYMOUR, ' ;
3"' or NEWTOKK.
FOR VIC? PRESIDENT,
GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, JR., j
, . , , OF HISMBHH ; ,
nWDHITIU HECTOR. STATB AT LAB8B.
nft. mitID P. HANNEw:, of Cuyahoga
BW.BI)CH J. JTEWETT, of Muskingum
. . - MMItlCT WLBOTOBS." , o '
. ' ill mat -JOHN B. JECP.of Hamilton,
)HN 1$. JBUr.TO nsinii
M. NOBLK. of Hamilton.
OFO W. flOOCK, of Montgomery.
WILLIAM J. JACKSON, of Miami.
-ISAAC 8. PILLARS, of Allen.
M. a. DAVIS, of Clermont.
' WM. J. ALEXANDER, of Greene.
ADOLPHEOS KRAMER, of Ottawr.
ietb. ANDREW ROAOrJ. of Wood.
?Uh " EZRA V. DEAN, ot Lawrenei
.2f' J I. nwtENR. of Pike. -, -
mX " : C. EOLLETT. of Licking. .
16th ISAAC 8T AN LEY. of Athene.
Ji.8 - AW. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas.
- Zs AMDEL WILU'AMS. of Carroll.
18th Z&EO. WKIMKR. of Summit.
Jjg ZmATT. BIRCHARD. of TrambnU.
Gold closed In New York yesterday
W7. . ...... . , ; ,
The Black Test.
2o ao'enm!- Aal I accept tfus cf i
md pottiicaZ equality of all men, and aqri .
not to attempt to deprive any pertonor perton
on account of race, color or previous conditio!
of any political or civil right, privilege, or im.
minify enjoyed by any other clot of men.
help me Ood." Southern Radical Carpet St ,
Democratic County Executive
Th members of the Democratic Count
ExecutlTX3onnUttee .wULneet at Thni
man Ball (Room No'. 2) on this Wednesda '
evening, Oct. 21st, at 7)4 o'clock. It Is In
portant -that tTfy! member of the com
mlttee should be present,
Committee. JNO. G. THOMPSON, Chm'n.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
Democrats of Franklin !
In the election on the 13th Inst you di :
nobly, and (throughout the StateUhe Dea
ocracy tpland. you. for thf. grand victor?
yoa achieved. Steadily and surely yo
have Increased yonr majority since tL
elos of tb War, until you can now poll '
with' exultant piide to the magniflcen
majority of 3,064. To redeem the SUt
from Radicalism, it was only necessar.
that each county should make a net gai
of 34 on the vote for Governor last fall. I
furtherance of so desirable a consummation
to have made twelve-times the requlrt
gala; Yoa have not stopped o considt.
what other, part ot . the SUte would d
Manfully and bravely you did yourdut.
True, a few of the Townships, throug'
sickness and Other causesj were prevent
from rallying in their full strength. Coul
they have done so. the Congressman, elet -'
in this District would not be' one who owt -bis
election to Negro votes.
The contest, however Isnot 'ovetT) Th
great and final battle is to be fought on tb
3d of November. It to of th utmost im
portance that every Democrat should
atand to hia colors tbaLbe should neither
falter nor waver. The contest is not ber,
twee men- - It is as to what kind of policy'
hall prevail. By your works and jour
ballots,...,,, . .-vrrr.
Rebuke Corruption; -t-r-A
Dwamd the Taxation of Bohasr
Declare that jthe 6:30 Roads shall be paid
according to contract"-in Greenbracks:
protest against a Recoistru.ction Jollcyi
that makes the Negroes the controlling
power in :teo' of the - best' States of the
Union,: ,; ,V-i7 "i -r r", f
Pronounce la favor lof Retrenchment
Only a few days remain for work. Let
those days be used to advantage. The duty
of each Democrat is plain. It Is to work
vnceastngry ' with redoubled.; energyto
give to the "Ward and Township Commit
tee' every necessary assistance to get to
the Polls on the 3d Tof November, every
voter thri can be got to vote fpt;. Seymour
andBlrir. . ; ...
VAlVjey.Democrata and White" Bfivs 111 -
Blue I Let us make one more determined
efTort In behalf of Constitutional. liberty
and the Right Of the People One . more
grand; effort to permanently make Frank.-'
lln tb Banner Democratic county of the
JOHN G. THOMPSON.
Chm'n Franklin Co. Dem. Ex. Com.
S. HUFFMAN, Secy.
The Democratic State-Executive; Com
mittee has appointed the following 'meet,
lngs and assigned the allowing speakers
Hon. George B. Pendleton,.. Son Hilton
Sayler and Hon. Robert Chambers will ad
dress the people as follows :
At Hamilton, Tuesday, October 27.
At Urbana, Wednesday, October 28.
At Wapakoneta, Thursday, October 29.
At Tiffin, Friday, October 30.
At Columbus, Saturday, October 31. .: .
Hon. A. G. Tburman, General Durbin
Ward and Boa. D. J Callen are to speak at
Delaware, Tuesday, October 27. .
Lancaster, Wednesday, October 28. i
Newark, Thursday. October 29.
Wooster, Friday, October 30. '
Cleveland. Saturday,-October 31. .
Bon P. Van Trump, Hon. Frank H.
Burd and Bon. T. J. Godfrey will speak at
Blllsboro, Tuesday, October 27. ; )--; .
Portsmouth, Thursday, October 29.
Marietta, Saturday, October 31. . . J J VA
Bon. Geo. W. Morgan and Hon. Chilton
A. White will speak as follows : - -
At St Clairsville, Tuesday, October 21. '
New Lisbon, Thursday; October 29. , .
Warren, Saturday, October 31. . '
General George W. McCook wUl speak at1
Wapokoneta, Thursday, October 29.
Tiffin, Friday, October 30. .t ; .; i. . ,
At Toledo, with Hon, R.P. Ranney and ;
Hon. W. D. Hill, Saturday, October 3L .
Hoa. Hugh J. Jewett, Hon. L. B. Crltch
fleld, Colonel John M. Connell and Bon.''
Robert Briggs, will speak at Cincinnati,
Saturday, October 31.
. Bon. Henry, Clay Dean will speak ' .
At Bueyrus, Oct. 23d.
At Upper Sandusky, Oct. 24th.
At Woodsfleld. Oct. 27th.
At CirclevUle, Oct. 29th.
At Batavia, Oct. 30th.
At Georgetown, Oct. 31st
Bon. C L. Yallandlgham will speak
At Crestline, Monday, Oct. 26th.
It is to be hoped that the Democratic
Committees ot the respective counties
wherein these meetings are to be held, will
take Immediate steps to get up good meet-'
lngs. Jhe time is short, and, therefore, th
matter should be taken bold of vigorously.
By a bold, resolute effort, it is possible to
carry the State on the 31 of November. By
all means, an effort should be made to
carry tt. ; ' .
The Attaise Democrat compliments the
Democracy of that county for the maf-
nlfloen majority (nearly 1,800), thai thev I
poueo on tarn iouu u say (bat owing to
the busy season of the year many of their
farmers being busy seeding there -aa
slim turnout In.' ; several . townships. but
they will make it up at the November elec
tion. Our Democracy are sow thoroughly
arousediad we feel confident every Dem
ocrat ot the county will be out oa the third
day of November next, and Auglaize coun
ty will send greeting . to ker stetc counties '
1 fWl mahrlfv , ......
Auglaize County. The Contract to Pay the Bonds-
John Sherman's Miraculous Conversion.
ersioa. . - f "t r";
Judge Edftjs P. Kannky, acknowledged
as one of the ablest lawyer in Ohio a
man who never gives an opinion on a law
matter without reflection and examination
in a speech delivered at Ashtabula on
the 19th of September, in speaking of the
payment of the bonds, said :
"There is not the slightest obligation on
earth to pay in coin. There is not a thing
in the law under which they were issued,
nor a tliinz in the form of the contract.
that binds us to pay anything else than the
lawful currency of the country, such as you
have to take for your debts and your labor;
not. a suing." . -. r ' '
In the rame speech, in which Judge
Eannky gives this opinion, he shows up
Senator John Sherman's sudden change of
front on the Greenback issue, in a light
that r fleets no credit upon that celebrated
political summersaulter. He says :
The most remarkable conversion that I
have seen any where is of Brother John
Sherman on this subject. John, like the
war-norse spoken of in the book of Job,
"amell8 the battle from afar." fLauahter.
John, last year, was the most vehement in
all Ohio to stand bv vour contracts and
pay all these live-twenties in gold coin.
He would not hear to anv thintr else. I
will read you a little to show the way he
was last year. It is an extract from the
Cincinnati Gazette ot Julv 1. 1863. comment
Ing on a speeeh of bis in Hamilton county :
"We funded' the currency payable debt
dt into five-twenty bonds. Senator
Sherman the Chairman ot the Finance
Committee, said these were gold bonds, -and
t lat any body who was for paving: them in
greenbacks was a repudiator. In bis cam
paign speech last tall, at Carson's Grove.
in this county, he gave a full financial ex
position, as was fit for our leading legisla
tive financier, and the principal point ot it
was an argument showing that the public
faith was committed to the payment of the
6-20's in gold. After reviewing the laws
under which the bonds and greenbacks
were issued, to show the legal pleJge, he
cited Secretary Chaso's letter of May 18.
1864, affirming the payability of the 6-20's
in goia, ana men with a solemn oath, lie de
dared that he would sacredly keep his
pledges He :safd: "That declaration was
mane oy the Secretary of the Treasury,
with the sanction of both Houses of Cm.
gres. Upon the taith of that, money was
lent by all classes of people to the United
States That policy has prevailed from the
luuuuauou oi toe government to this time.
it has never been Violated, and an JWn u
Ood I I would never aid in its violation,
whatever might be the consequences.' "
' Further oa, the Gfasette ya be closed his
"""m iu una eiegant ana eloquent ian
r.Tbe whole proposition is a," Utopian,
ueuiagojncai, mean, dirty, nasty scheme,
which no partv but the Copperhead party
ia the United States could invent." '
1 "That is John Sherman last year. Now,
we will come to John Sherman of March
20, of this year. You recollect, my friend?,
that shortly after this time an election was
held In Ohio and some distant thunder was
beard lanjrhterj, and the masses began to
speak out pretty boldly that they would
not increase this debt one-third beyond
what the lesal terms of the obligation
bound them, to pay, by holding it payable
in coin. They further gave a very signifi
cant intimation-that they : Were slightly
better than the negroes, and " the negroes
could not be invited here' to vote with
them. :: "
John heard it, for he bears anything that
pertains togettlng into office as quick as
any man in America, and when he got back
into Congress he got up the Funding bill
to put you under the heels of a moneyed
aristocracy for a hundred years to come.
Now, read what he says in a letter, dated
Washington, March 20, 1863, to a man at
Brooklyn Heights . ; .;
"UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER,
"WASHINGTON, March 20, 1868.
! mDkar Sik? I was' pleased ' to receive
your letter. My personal intersts are the
same as yours: but, like you, I do not in
teod to be influenced -by 5Jiem. 'r 'My con
struction of the law is the result of careful
examination, and I feel quite sure an im
partial court would confirm it.' if the case
could be tried before a court. 'Your idea is
that we propose to repudiate or violate a
promise when we offer to redeem the nrin-
cipat in legal tenders. : I think the band
holder violates his promise when he refuses to
take the same kind-' of "money he void
for the- bond. - If the ' case is to be
tested by the law, I am right. . If
it is to be tested bv Jav Cooke's advertise
ments, I am wrong. I hate repudiation or
anything like it, but we ought not to be
deterred from doing what is right by fear
of undeserved epithets. If, under the law
as it stands, the holders of. five-twenties
can only be paid in gold, then we are re-
pumators if we propose to pay otherwise.
If on the other hand the bondholder can
lbqallt demand only the kind of money
he paid, then he is a repudiator, and an ex
tortioner to demand money more valuable
than he gave. . Truly yours,- . i
f'To Hon.A.Mann,Jr,Brooklyn Heights."
The Apostle Paul, you remember, was
pretty suddenly converted, but it is hardlv
an instance ot such a sudden conversion as
happened to this offlce-holdino- o-entleman
from the 'State Of Ohio, between thn time
just before the last election and juBt after
Between the time of Sherman's letter,
and his speech in Hamilton county, it be
came a necessity oh the partot the Radical
leaders to procure large sums of money to
carry on the campaign for Grant and Cor..
FAX, and the bondholders would not furnish
it, unless they were to have gold for their
bonds. The party that, at the last State
Convention in Ohio, declared for their pay
ment in greenbacks, had to change front'
and with them, John Sherman " 'bouted
face" from the doctrine ot his letter, and
he became an advocate of rags for the peo
ple; for the soldier and the pensioner, and
gold for the bondholder. '
well may Judge kannet call it a "re
markable conversion" when a man, elected
twice to the United States Senate, thus stul
A Republican Paper Rejoices
Over Democratic Congressional
The Cleveland Leader' (intensely Radical)
in referring to the gains the Democrats
have inade in members of Congress in the
recent elections, says:
"We do not regret this gain.' In the
present House of Representatives the Re
publicans have 163 members and the Dem
ocrats 55, The Republicans thus outnum
ber . the Democrats bv. more than three to
one.' This majority is altogether too large
It is dangerous to tbo party.- It makes
party .leaders hasty, careless, imperious,
extreme. While Johnson has been Fresi'
dent, we have needed a two-thirds major
ity in congress to -enaoie us to carry on
the Government in spite ol his obstruc
tions. A- strong opposition party in Con
eress would be a blessing to us. Barring.
therefore, the personal regret which we
feel at seeing good and true men beaten,
we are not sorry to have the Democratic
strength in Congress somewhat increased."
If a Democratic increase in Congression
al membership is a good thing even in Re
publican - eyes if it serves to modify
"hasty, careless, Imperious, extreme" leg
islationundoubtedly, at this time, a clear
Democratic majority in Congress would be
an infinitely . better thing for the country.
The conclusion is . inevitable, . that if a
comparatively small. Republican majority
in .Congress is better, in Republican esti
mation, than an overwhelming majority,
then the lowest point to which the Repub
lican vote for President can be reduced,
the better; for, if the Republicans should
carry the election and carry it, too, by a
very large majority, it would Undoubtedly
make the Republican "party leaders hasty,
careless, imperious,, extreme." 'IV. be
come the duty, then, of every man who
would not have the Republican leaders be
come, ';nasiy, : eareiess,. imperious, .ex
treme," to vote the Democratic Ticket on
the 3d of November. v.----
[From Crawford Forum]
Democratic Majorities in Crawford
(Particularly recommeBded to the Grand Army of
i .. toe uepaoiio, in juoirai -.
fctjority in lass.... ...I...... I
' ; -i .186 '...1,1.13
, " i 1866 1,18
j 18OT 1633
) l 1868 (over Bill Gibson,) 1,736
We have stuck our stakes far s nrn ma
jority for Seymour and Blair.
"Once More Unto the Breach,
"Once More Unto the Breach, Dear Friends, Once More."
The October elections in Ohio, Indiana
and Pennsylvania, in each of which the
enemy claim majorities, in Ohio of fifty
thousand, and in Pennsylvania twice as
many thousand as they received hundreds,
and in Indiana almost as many hundreds
as they received votes of a majority, it in
deed they have a majority at all, have not
Inspired the supporters of Grant to the
extent the leaders wish. Nor have they
dispirited the Democracy to the extent
that will make them less formidable in the
great battle of the 3 J of November.
It the Democracy can get the same vote
in November that it received in October
if the same fearless men will rally at the
polls we speak with a confidence that is
felt by every . Democrat who has calmly
viewed the political situation we can
carry Ohio for the Democratic nominees in
November next. We say this, because we
know ot a class of men deeply insulted and
deeply wronged their religion made the
object of persecution its adherents brand
ed as thieves and robbers, and as unfit to
dwell at their homes, who cannot, in the
very nature of things, and who will hot
support Grant, and who in numbers are
more than sufficient to carry Ohio, Penn
sylvania and Indiana by Sweeping major!
ties. - These men generally vote the ticket
opposed to the : Democracy at the late
election two-thirds of -them remained at
home or else voted the State Ticket of the
Republican party. In November they
will neither absent themselves from the
polls,' nor will they vote for Gran. . "
The stay-at-home voters of the Demoe
racv at the late election were large. Even in
the townships ot 'this county, as can be seen
by the official vote, thoroughly canvassed
a the connty was, the vote was sufficient
to have Increased the majority enough to
elect Thomas to Congress and to defeat
Winans. If this was the case in Franklin
county, it was doubly so in other parts of
the State; These stay-at-home voters will
be put in November, and if so, and if those
who voted the Democratic ticket will but
renew the fight, as it ought to be renewed
we again sav, in the words' of calmness and
of truth! that Ohio can be carried for. the
Democratic nominees. '
If the battle in November is. not fought
with, vigor, it will be an -exception to the
rule," that Democrats never falter- in the
line of duty.' The traditions of the, party
show that they "never yet despaired of the
Republic no defeat so, great as' to, cause
them ever to change their lront none so
great as to make them cease their exertions
for its safety and its honor. And at this late
day, when the battle is tor all that patriots
hold dear, there can be no single thought
of abandoning hope until the last vote is
polled and the last ticket counted, and then
If the battle be against us, the Democracy
w'lll acknowledge "that they are defeated,
but not conquered.. . -.' -.
If the Democracy but do their duty.
there is no danger of ultimate defeat. We
have the" material to change the late partial
defeat to a victory more glorious than if
the skirmish of the 2d Tuesday of October
had been In' our favor. . l.-.t-
Let no' laggards stay at home on election
day.. Have every man of them at the polls.
Perfect the organizations see that . the
law against illegal voting is enforced, and
Ohio will show .herself to be a Democratic
State. Push on the column!
Words, by Telegraph, Fitly Spoken.
j M oi - . . ken.
A telegram ' from Buffalo, under date ot
yesterday, says; '
' The Erie connty Democratic Commit
tee have issued an: address condemning
strongly - the surrender ; proposed by a
handful of treacherous politicians in New
York, whose god Is gold, and whose organ
is the World." "
Language could not better express our
opinion "of the Wall street brokers who
lately attempted to force the Democratic
nominees from the ticket, nor of the pro
fessedly Democratic sheet they purchased
as their organ. ; .
Ex-Gov. Seymour never was a favorite
with these men, and no honest man could
be. They were deeply chagriaed at his
nomination, and their attempted coup
d'etat was incited; through hatred to the
man, because he would not lend himself to
their dishonest schemes. Their' pretense of
Democracy is but a shallow device, and
partakes much of the character that Juda3
put on, when he pretended to be a disciple.
Their prototype betrayed his master, but
these. men lac!t the success of Judas in
their recent at:empt to betray the Democ
racy.:, : . ; ' c... ' ' -.i
Words, by Telegraph, Fitly Spoken. The Late Fight-Mr. John H.
Our fight against Mr. John H..Thomas
ended at six o'clock, on last Tuesday even,
ing. It was1 the Democratic politician
and candidate against whom our effort was
directed, and the work we had in hand has
been most thoroughly and satisfactorily
completed: For Mr. John H.Thomas, the
public-spirited citizen of Springfield and
the enterprising manufacturer, we have the
kindest of feeling and with him hope, to
be able to co-operate heartily . and efficient
ly in building up the business aud commer
cial interests of Springfield.
And,: inasmuch- as Madame Rumor not
otten a reliable personage has connected
Mr. Thomas' name with a new manufac
turing enterprise of great magnitude to be
located here, we embrace an early occasion
of tendering to him all possible newspa
per aid . and encouragement. Springfield
Bepublican. '.. ... -L . ,. ... . ,
' Now that the election is over. Republican
papers of Springfield : testify that Mr.
Thomas is a "public spirited citizen" and
an 'enterprising manufacturer,", and ex
press tor him "the kindliest of feeling.'"
Before the election, he was decried as a citi
zen and as a man ot enterprise. , Shame on
Letter from Mt. Gilead.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
MT. GILEAD, Oct. 18.
Messrs. Editors of the Statemak :
Not being in the habit of writing, I never
theless thought I would write a letter this
morning. Our election has passed off and
we are beaten in this county pretty badly ;
but not, in this district. 'We have elected
Geo.. W. Geddis by about eight hundred
majority, as' I suppose you have heard.
The negroes all voted here. My principal
object in writing to you at this time, is to
inform you how matters and things are be
ing worked by the Republicans. They
sent out papers, speeches and pamphlets of
every description. They sent them to Dem
ocrats. They sent out what purported to
be rebel extracts,, and all manner of lies
that could be thought. of. It the Demo
crats would have scattered their papers,
and! worked as hard as the Republicans
dldI believe we would have carried the
State by 10,000 majority.
When our time runs outlet us know and
we will sendyou the money for the States
man, as I believe it has done a great deal
towards redeeming the btate.
Yours truly, .
D. G. P.
Morgan N. Odell, Esq., of Newark, was
elected on the 13th inst., a Representative
in .the Ohio Legislature from Licking
county, by a majority of 1,200 to fill the va
cancy occasioned by the resignation of
Speaker Follett. Mr. Odell Is a young law
yer of ability, an unflinching Democrat,
and will ably discharge the duties devolv
ing on him in his new positioo;-r-zonsie
Mr. Odeix is not only a fine lawyer but
ranks high as a first class speaker, and is
destined, we doubt not, to win a name and
a fame, before the close of his Legislative
careen jut. u'ollett could not have a&a
no moio worthy successor. a','-.
OFFICIAL VOTE IN 58 COUNTIES.
,-1867-. ,1868-., O i j fcJ
9 p g ' I 11 I
5 w g, o. 5' .-
' 2101 .
18 7 .
Hanoook . .
.Jackson. .... '
. Madison ....
. Meroer ......
2689 : 1875
ivooie -.. IBM
3227 3750 ,
: Handushy ..
' Tuscarawas .
: Van Wert...
. Williams ...
, . Totals.
1623 8151 :
The Florence Sewlne Machine
.: Xne Perfection or Median lam
I - Rarely have we devoted a tew hours to
the: examination: of a wonderful piece of
machinery with more interest than attend
ed a visit to the new - and magnificent
rooms i of the i Florence Sewing Machine
Corapan , 'yesterday morning, at No. 21
East State street. . After a careful and pa
tient examination of the machine in all its
departments we could but come to the un
biased conclusion that it combined sim
plicity, utility,' beauty and durability to a
degree never before reached ' by any ma
chine coming under Our notice. ' We pro
pose now to refer to the superior claims of
the machine-in detail, but it is simply
matter of impossibility to convey tothe
reader an adequate idea of its excellence:
it must be seen doing Its wonderful work.
so noiselessly as not to disturb the slum
bers of an infant, and yet so thoroughly as
to almost create a doubt that an instru
ment of so small compass is -capable ' of
producing such substantial evidences of
The inventors of . the Florence machine
devoted the patient labor of years to the
'grand object of producing a Sewing Ma
chine, perfect in its mechanical structure
. and .altogether free from the many objec
tions observable in those of other manufac
turers. Their first improvement was the
adoption of the Lock stitch (alike on both
-sides) which is regarded as best suited to
all kinds of work. The chain and loop, or
,knit stitches, were entirely discarded. To
improve the' Lock stitch was the next move
of "the Company, and In the addition of the
Knot, Double Lock and Double Knot stitch
, es, the liability to ravel, the want of elas
. ticity, and the want of strength for a class
of seams, such as the bias, or inside seam of
pants,' were entirely overcome, and the
Florence was sent out, a four-stitch Sewing
Machine, perfect in all its parts. It would
seem that with a capacity of making four
separate and distinct stitches, a fearfully
complicated system of machinery would be
required; but such is by no means the fact.
.Probably the moat remarkable feature of
the Florence machine is its simplicity of
structure, and the ease with which all its
parts are comprehended and understood by
all Who approach it. , So much by way of
' general introduction.' ' - v . ,
: The reversible feed motion, enabling the
: operator, by simply turning n thumb screw
to have the work run either to the right or
left, is, attached to each, machine. This
great improvement permits, the operator to
stay any part of a seam,, or, to fasten the
ends of the seams without turning the
fabric. . ,'.,: , .
' Changing the length of stitch, and from
one kind of stitch to another, : can readily
be done while the machine is in motion.
, The needle is more, easily adjusted than
in any other machine. ; ... -r
It hems, fells, . cords,- gathers, braids
quilts and gathers and sews on a : ruffle at
1 the same time.
J enck's patent Bemmers are attached to
every machine, enabling the operator te
turn any width of hem desired. ; '. .
Its simplicity is wonderful.- The motions
being positive, there are no springs to get
out of order, -and the most inexperienced
can operate it with ease.. -: t ' .
Its economy is established, it requiring lesB
thread to do a given amount of work than
any machine yet invented.
Barnum's Self Sewer, which guides the
work Itself, and by the use ot which the
operator avoids strain on the eyes, bent
posture, close, application and fatigueing
care, is furbished with each machine. In
experienced operators will gain incalcu
lable advantage by the use of this Import
. Its durability is a strong argument in its
favor. By the adoption of the most desira
ble principles in mechanics,, the. inventors
have placed a machine before the people
which,, while it is unfailing in meeting al1
the demands of the operator, it performs
- its work with the least possible amount of
friction. The "crank movement" is adopt
ed . throughout in; its manufacture, and
such are the peculiarities of its construc
tion that lost motion, the resnlt of wear,
may be taken up in a tew moments and at
a very trifling expense, without the sub
stitution of a single new particle of the
machine. ; !
Change of tension on the Florence machine
is entirely unnecessary. It does not require
finer thread on the under side than it does
for the upper, and will sew across the heav
iest seam, or from one to more thicknesses of
cloth, without change of tension or break
ing of thread. We were shown yesterday
by Mr. 13. McConnell, the General Agent,
a sample of the work of the machine,
which simply speaks for itself. He first
placed under the needle six folds of heavy
casinet ; this was followed by, a delicate
piece of white lace, this by a double thick
ness of dressed calf skin, this by a small
Eqiare of cotton batting, divided, with the
rough surfaceyoown wards, this by a piece '
of tismTpaper, and Anally by the cover of a
cedar tobacco box', one-eighth of an inch in
thickness! The wonderful machine en
countered each sample as it was presented,
made its perfect Lock stitch as well in the
fragile tissue paper as through the wooden
box cover, and all without the least und ue
Interference of the operator, or any change
or adjustment la any part of the machine.
experienced operators present, until then
warm advocates of 'other machines, ex
pressed themselves as convinced thoroughly
of the superiority of the Florejnce over, all
The new rooms of the Company at No.
21 East State street, are fitted up in mag
nificent style, and will prove very attrac
tive to the ladies of our city and vicinity.
The display of machines of various beauti
ful patterns and splendid finish is tastefully
arranged, giving patrons an opportunity
to select from the, No. 1 plain, to the ele
gant mahogony or rosewood cabinet. Mr,
W. S. Brown Is the agent for the company
in this' city, who will be pleased to meet
any one desiring to witness the beautiful
working of the champion Florence.
oct21 . :.
By .v Request : Continued '' Sale of
Japanese and Chinese Curiosities.
Bare and Beautiful .,Shells, c. The
finest' and most extensive collection
ot Oriental Workmanship and Splendid
Marine Specimens ever seen in ColumbUB
will be sold at auction, without reserve, at
No. 85 High street (American Hotel Build
ing), this day and . to-mprrrow, at 2 and
7 P. M. This collection comprises some
of the1 most magnificent Japanese and
Chinese wares, &c'4 &c:, ever' imported to
this continent.' These are closing out' sales
Now or never. , -. ,- :i , : octlo-dlw' ;
If you wish to save ten dollars in a
leave your measure at ' '
oct!3-dl0t , . No. 7 Neil House
Gent's Box Ton Laced Shoe, with the
"English Bend" sole, the finest specimen
ot work in'the market, now received by
R. KlNSELL & Co,
" ' ' , 189 South High street.;
bct21'deodlw "' 11
The great evil of our country is "Drunk
enness." Assist us In eradicating this evil
and you become benefactors to mankind.
The remedy yon must use is "Dr. John
ston's Specific.;". the only infallible cure for
Drunkenness. . .. sep22-dt&s&wly-cw
-.R. Kinskll & Co., No. 189 South High
street, deal only in the best boot and shce
stock of all kinds, and .. sell M the , most
reasonable rates. . oct21deodlw
, Bots', and Youth's : Suits, from 4 to 18
years of age, in the latest styles, at
' ' " ' ' Jos. Gundershkimer's,
tJ octI3-dl0t ' ' No. 7 Nell House.
The -, Excelsior . Button : Boot. This
unsurpassed boot, in French cloth entire
or of French' cloth with goat fox, in all
sizes, is the neatest thing out, and can' be
had in this city only at ' '';" '
.... - R. Kinsexl & Co.'s,
, . , ., 189 South High street.
oct21-deodlw . ,
: For Sale House and lot, corner of
Franklin and Washington Avenue. ' Most
desirable property; will be sold at a bargain
Enquire ol J. W. Moore, No. 48 West North
.octl3-dtf ' . '
Misses and Children's Shoes, of Bis
mark, or ' queer" colored morocco with
French heel,' are specialties at the estab
lished house of .' :'
. . . R. Kinseli, A Co: . .
1S9 South High street.
Ladies' Shoes. The latest styles of la
dies' shoes, in all sizes, .and of superior
workmanship, just received by
R. Kinseli. & Co.,
189 South High street.
Gloss & Wilper's Restaurant open day
and night! -, ; : oct7-dtf
Chinchilla and Beaver Overcoats, Frock
and Sack, Custom made, at .
. octl3-dl0t , , No. 7 Neil House,
Fine French Calf Boots, hand sewer7,
fair stitch,' double sole, and custom made,
are now selling tor $8 75, by "'
. R. Kin sell & Co., ,
' 1S9 South High street.
Holloway's Pills. Nausea and want
of appetite are always the indicia of indi
gestion. Stimulants won't banish them
They are superinduced by an unnatural
condition of the stomach and the bowels,
and the best known specific for these causes
is Holloway's ' Pills. No other medicine
operates with the same directness oh these
important organs. This is not a mere ad
captandum opinion, but a fact, attested by
the experience of fifty years.-: Sold by all
Druggists.; .;. jy9-dly-cw
: tWi The Ohio - Statesman nan s
Career Circulation than any. pa
per published in -this City or Cen
tral Ohio. 'Advertisers will hear
this in mind.: :, ,
L ' O S':T
v1V THE NIGHT OF XI
J October, 1868, somewhere between Columbus
and Shadesville, the undersigned lost an envelope
in which was enclosed between TWELVE AKU
TH1KTKEN HUNDRED DOLLARS in money,
not - for about two hundred- dollars, given by one
Kneewater to one Short, and an insuranoe polioy
issued by the Jitna Life to Joseph Brontner. -
One hundred dollars reward will be paid to any
person leaving the money, note and policy at the
office of theOoio Statsskan, or ten dollars for
the note at.d polioy. . : ,
octai-dlw '' AUSTIN S. MAN'S.
WILL BE KECKIVED AT THE Of
fice of the City Civil. Engineer in Columbus,
Monday, Oct. SStfa, 1808, '
at t o'oloib P. M., for furnishing materials and
doing the following work:
For grading and paying the roadway of Public
alley from High street to Fair alley, .
For building a double row flag crossing across
Public alley at the west side of High street.
For building a double row flag orossing aoross
Linn alley at the east side of High street. ,
For gra-iing and paving the sidewalks, gutters
and crossings and grade and gravel the roadway
on Walnut alley from Fair alley to Front sweet
For grading and paving the sidewalks, gutters
and crossings on tne east side oi t it to. street trom
Rieh street to Cherry street.
For grading the gutters and orossings and grad
ing and graveling the sidewalks on Washington
avenue from Boutb street to South Pnblio lane.
For gradingand paving the nnpaved sidewalks.
gutters ana crossings on vv asningtou avenue xrom
Ea.t Long street to Kast Gay street.
For grading Parson's lane f:om East Publio lane
to the corporation line.'
For grading and repaying in front of the prop
r known as No. 19 West Broad street.
The bid will be opened by the committee of the
rnrrt in which the work is to be done. The com
mittee reserve therighl to reject any or. all bids at
B. F. BOWEN,
! ' ' ' City Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineex- offioc, No. 8 South High
street, up stairs. oot21-dtd
., Westbote copy. '
Pit ALOE'S ttPAPHUN LOTIUNI!
for Beautifying the SKIN and C0MM.EXI05
Removes all ERUPTIONS. FRECKLES, PJM
PLE8 MOTH BLOTCHES, TAN, etc,
and renders THE SKIN SOFT, FAIB '
. and BLOOMING.
Foi LADIES in the NURSERY it is invaluable
For GENTLEMEN after SHAVING it has ne
eqnaL "PAPHIAN LOTION" i the only reli
able remedy for diseases and blemishes of th
8KIN. ... ;
VNT-myM-eodly ; '
i "FL0B DE MAYO." y
j "FLOR DE MAT0." ' ' " " '-'
A NEW 'PERFUME for the HANDKERCHTEI
EXQUISITE, DELICATE, Lasting FRAGBANC1
PHAX0N BON, . Y. Sold by. all Druggists
viw-W-.eodlyi .1 u v. .,
U N DER WEAR
. K ii Hi
. - For Gentlemen
':;', '.L! ! : '.
i For Children
i- ... . j ....:.) i -
. .3 i -J,
; , - 7 r. ; - r rr T " '3
For Ladies & Misses
MERINO HOSIERY , ,
For Gentlemen & Boys
( 1 t
i I-- ''. ,; AT .
250 AND 252
OUTH HIGH STREET.
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.: T, ... :-:rl ,t. ,-,
: . i
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febT-soilf -1 -.i '- -i '- 1 'mU;..
Sate," til , iiffutt,! "fcaaa,
" Boa.rellr,n4tc.t net xeeaalaaa- wight
UaM, puMlnhea la this ealaaaa for
M) cents each f neertlon.
UANfeD-A UOOD JOUR PKISTKR IW
the office of the Ohio Htate KecUtw. at
WaeBimrtow 4J. H.. Fayette county, Ohio. Apply
Lessee axd Mahaocs..'.... J. W. LANERQAN.
. ft t.
WEDNESDAY evening October Slit. 1868. om-
menoitg witn tne - ?
. . Concluding with -
.- . v. - -!-.;
Mr. and Mrs. Peter White.
Fall particulars in program
49" Admission. 60 and 25 nt TkMM MM
- , . . wwo awia u kraaav aa n
7; commence at 8 o clock.
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE
IS A STAPLE OF THE TOILET.
It is In demand wherever personal blemishes are
considered of snfiicient consequence to be removed.
ITS EFFECT IS PERFECT :
. Its Action Inttantaneeai.
Cristadoro's Hair Pre servative
AND BEAUT1FIER is a preparation of equal merit
and repute. Its effect upon the hair ia electrical.
It fastens every loosening fibre, replaces harshness
with silkiness and flexibility, semi baldness with
luxuriance, dullness with g'oss. Its use will incline
the straightest hair .to ourUand prevent the driest
from turning gray. It ii the favorite at every toilet
where it bat been tried, and aa a means of keeping
the hair free from, soruf or dandruff, and Ae scalp
irom extouations. Is perfectly inraloible. '
sold by Druggists, and applied by all Hair Dress
ers. Manufactory No. 88 Maiden Lana. P
Depot No. S Astor House. .. .
junels-d&wlyenvnwr-o r r-' ""'!"'"' " X
IMPURE BLOOD MAKES SICK
The bowels may be costive or some organ do iU
work . weakly. ' From causes like these gases and
gummy substances occur- which poison the b ood;
the perspiration nay be checked; tbe feet may be'
so chilled that their fetid exhalationa are thrown
back upon the blood. Here ia cause for paint, fe
vers, inflammations. .' In these- eases Brandreth's
Pills are worth more than gold. .Fire or six cure at
once. Remember .they cure by at once removing
from the body those matters whioh poison the blood
and make nt sick. These celebrated Pills should be
in the house ready. j .; if . .
See B. Bbakdbstb in- white letters on the Gov
ernment -stamp. Principal oSoe Bbahdrsth's
Hocsb, New York. . Soli by all iroggisttv . I
iunel6-di wlyom-reH r : -1 . .ji'. '
"4 TAN DAK O RE91F.DT V
Such an article aa "Dr.' Tobias' Venetian Lini
ment.'.'. It hat stood before the publio for 11 year,
aid has sever failed giving ta tiff action fn a single
instance. . Every drop ef this valuable compound it
mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, therefore it canal,
ways be relied upon. Is is wa ranted superior to
any other, for the oure of Chronis Bhenmsttsa.
Toothache, Headache. Sore Throat,' Vomiting,
Frosted Feet. M umps. Croup, Burns, CaU. Sea Sick
ness, Insect Stiags. Sprains, Cholera. Colio.Spasms,
Dysentery. Bruises, Colds, ' Coughs! Old Sores,
Swellings. Pains in the Limbs. Baok and Chest.
There is no medicine in the "World" that stands
mire on its own merits than the "Venetian Lini
ment." - Thousands of certificates can be seen attha
Doctor's office, attesting to its ran virtues. Tbe
great sale for Dr. Tobias Venetian Liniment, has
induced several unprincipled persons to counterfeit
this "Valuable Remedy;" purchasers ean&ot be too
oareful to see that "Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment
ia stamped on the glaas, done up in yelWW papef
and signed "S. L Tobias.'1 All others are danger
ous counterfeits, and although they . may memMs
the "Venetian Liniment" in color and smell. e
tr of them." Sold by all Drurgist and Store
keepers throughout the United States- Price (4
cents and one dollar per bottle. Depot 19 Parkr
Plaoe, New York.. . ,' ''..i."i:'l i t
junel6-dAwljom-peNT-o ".V' .". -jlr i
MANHOOD AND THE VIGOa vF,
YOUTH restored In four weeks. Hueoesf
guaranteed. DR. BICOftD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE
restores mably powers, from whatever cause ari
sing; the effect of earl pernicious habits, self
abuse, impotepcy and climate, give away at once to
this wonderful medicine, if taken regularly accord
ing to the directions (which are very simple and re1
quire no restraint from business or pleasure.) Fail
ure ia impossible. &eld in -bottles at S.w four
quantities in one for $9. To be had only of the tola
appointed agent in America, H. tisiUTZHN, SOS
Second Ave., New York. - -
VKT-jy2T-alyr in ? T
tt Ttyf ANHOOD."-Anotiur : JSrm . JMUemt
lvX Pamphlet from th pm of Dk. Cubti..
The "Medical Timet" taye of this woVkl Thir
valuable treatise on the cause and cure of prema
ture decline, shows how health is impaired through
secret abuses of 'youth and manbood. and how
easily regained. It fives a clear synopsis of the
impediments to marriage, the cause and effects of
nervous debilit', and the remedies therefor." A
pocket edition of the above will be forwarded en
receipt- of 25 cents, by addressing Doctor Curtis,
No- S8 North Charles street, Baltimore. Md.
era may25-dly-r . . . i
DB. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, neat
Sigh street, Columbus, Ohio, hat devoted himself
or a aeries of years to the treatment of oertain pri.
rate diseases. He may bsoensultedat hia oSoi
Broad wa. near the Exohange Bank ..&-
may31-tf .. .. - , -
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DfB.Thi
splendid Hair D re is the best in the world;
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable "
instantaneous ; no disappointment : no ridiculous
tints: remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; invig
orates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, black
or brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumer ; ,
and properly applied at Bitchelnr's Wig Factory
No. 16 Bond street. N. York, fnt aprS8 dAwly
"Youb Lotion ha cured me of Tetter (or Salt
Rheum) on my hand of thirty year Standing."
writes Joseph Kistler, of Danville. Ind.. who has a
been using Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion.
. tepSl-dAwly-OM - -i : .
NATIONAL TRUST .CO.
CF TUB OTTT OF KBIT TOKX, v
lVo. 333 Broadvriiy.f;v"
Capital, - One Million Dollars. .
- CHARTERED BY THE STATJE." :f
Darius R.M anq am-Pres't. jAS.MBBsnx. Seo'y.
Receives Deposits and allows FOUR PERCENT.
INTEREST on all Daily Balances, subject to check '
at sight. Special Deposit for Six month or more,
may be made at five pereent. The Capital of One
Million Dollars is divided among over 600 Share
holders, comprising many gentlemen of large wealth
and financial experience, who are also personally v,
liable to depositor for all obligation- ofthe Com- ' :
pany to double tbe amount of their capital stock.'
As the H ational Trust Company receives deposit
in large or small amount, and permit them to be , i
drawn as a whole or in p rtby check at sightand.
without notiee, allowing Interest on all daily balan
ces, parties throughout the country oan keep ae- j
counts in this Ins itution with special advantage -of
seonrity, convenience and profit. '
FB NT-jult-dAw6m - - ; ' .
I ELECTION OF 0FFICEB3 '
- . .. , OF TBB-f '
Franklin Building and Loan As
THE NECFSSAKY AMOUNT' OF
' stock baring been subscribed. TWENTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS, the - stockholders- tr
hereby notified t-at an aftetion of offievra of the
Association will be held at the office of W. Boiri-
Pistoflice Arcade, on WlSUjSliiSllAr. OCT.
, 1868. at 7i o'clock P. M - .-.'1 i
, , . r, ,,JOHN F.BABTLIT.mIV.
' ' J. J. JANN1SV, -Tiiii'i
. . . - B. BURR,
. JUSTIN MORRISON.'
JOHN R. flRflVK
i. JAY THOMPSON. -JOHN
C. E. BEBCB.
oao. v. oTjimf
REECE t& QTJINN,
t DBALXBS IH i - rr
F ft. 33 S 33 -: 36 I' IS 2 .
; Game and Oysters, r
Also, all kind of Country Prodnce. inch as But
- - j ter. Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys, Ac.
' Io. 3 AVest Breadwav,
' i ' cozuirBVs; QBift;)
The choicest' varintiM nf Fresh FtnK mm-SmIj '
dailv. S9T All a-nods nureh.RAfl HeiivArArl ,n . .
pa t of the city ran or ohajigb. . foetli eedSn ;
Holiday Jonraal.--Nw o.Frce;
F'!0 THE HOLIDAYS Of'isSS oentainin 4
Christmas story. Parlor Plus. Mui.liin!if ::..-: t
Odd Tricks, Queer. Experiments. Problems Put---"-'' "
lies. Ac.- 16 lanrensres: illnstratail
... f .vuiems. rna---;r
pages, illustrated. Sent nan
& CO., Publtabers; Brom field A
JLi,B-OOt0 d4w3t i -
Address ADAMS 4
streeti Boston, Mass
I S. S. 1 PINNEY'S
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rVANUINt ACADEMY IS NOWOPENAT-'i -
A-' ; ..- ..!.l,.'.;w:i.-. ,d
NAUCHTAM: MAI I
o ur iT. ? afternoon, rrom I to S
...f. woauemen a-evening . class at AMB03
HALL.S3d inst., at e-'alock P. M. - - ' ootJA
TAX J Aal-BWU 1 J
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