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Democratic Candidate for Vice
President.
HIS REVOLUTIONARY PLATFORM
Frank Blair's Letter in Full.
WASHINGTON, June 30, '68.
tpotgnd Jmnes O. Jiroadhtad:
Dear Colojjkl In reply to your
inquiries, 1 beg leave to say that 1
leave to you to determine, on consul
tation with niyfricntU from Missouii
whether my name ahall be ttresenle.
to. the Democratic Convention, anc
to submit the following a whttt 1
consider the real and only issue k
this- contest :
The reconstruction policj' oftht
Radicals will be couij.kte before tht
next elctition; the Stales so long ex
eluded will have been admitted, ne
gro suffrage established, - and th
carpet-baggers installed in their seats
la both branches of Congress. There
is ao possibility of changing the po
ljtical character of the Senate," even
if the Democrats should elect their
President and a majority of the popu
lax branch- of Congress. We can
not,' therefore, undo the Radical plan
of reconstruction by Congressional
action ; the Senate will continue abar
to its repeal, Jitiut we submit to it?
How can it be overthrown ? It can
only be overthrown by the authority
of the Executive, who is .worn to
maintain the Constitution, and who
will fail to do his duty if he allows
the Constitution to perish under a
series of Congressional enactments
which are in palpable violation of its
fundamental principles.
If the President elected by the
Democracy enforces or permits oth
era to enforce the Reconstruction
acts, the Radicals, by the accession
of twenty spurious Senators and fifty
Representatives, .will control both
branches of Congress, and his ad
ministration, will be as powerless as
the present one of Mr. Johnson.
There is but one way to restore the
Government and the Constitution,
and that is for the President elect to
declare these acts null and void, com
pel the army to undo its usurpttions
at the South, disperse the carpet bag
State governments, allow the white
people to reorganize their own gov
ernments and elect Senators and
Representatives. The House of Rep
resentatives will contain a majority
of Democrats from the North, and
they will admit the Representatives
elected by the white people of the
South, and with the co-operation of
the President it will not be dillicult
to compel the Senate to submit once
more to the obligations of the Con
stitution. It will not be able to with
stand the public judgment, if distinct
ly invoked and clearly expressed, on
this fundamental issue, and it is the
sure way to avoid all luture strife to
put this issue plainly to the country.
I repeat that this is the real and
only question which we should allow
to control ns : Shall we subuit to
the usurpations by which the Gov
ernment has been overthrown, or shall
we exert ourselves for its full and
complete restoration ? It is idle to
talk ot bonds, greenbacks, gold, the
public faith and the public credit.
What can a Democratic President do
in regard to any of these with a Cou
gress in both branches controlled by
the carpet-baggers and their allies ?
He will be powerless to stop the sup
plies by which idle negroes are or
ganized into political clubs by which
an army is maintained to protect
these vagabonds in their outrages
upon the ballot. These, and things
like these, eat np the revenues and
resources of the Government and de
stroy its credit, and make the differ
ence between gold and greenbacks.
We must restore the Constitution be
fore we can restore the finances, and
to do this we must have a President:
who will execute the will of the peo
ple by trampling into dust the usur
pations of Congress, known as the
Reconstruction acts. I wish to stand
before the Convention upon this is
sue, but it is one which embraces
everything els that is of value in its
large and comprehensive results. It
is the one thing that includes all that
is worth a contest, and without it
there is nothiug that gives dignity,
honor or value to the struggle.
Your friend,
FRANK P. BLAIR.
One of the Ostracized Georgia
Legislators.
Mr Speaker: I have not much
to sav to you on this subject
have been a slave for fifty-five years,
and bad no chance to get learning, so i
could not sav much any way : but
&n sav that I have tried to behave
myself and live like a man since I have
been here. If I hsve tailed to do so,
it is because lam ignorant, and have
bfien made so bv the very men who
are seeking to put us out of our seats;
and I hope, if members on the other
aide of the House turn me out, they
will give me credit for that much
sense any way. Hut, Mr. Speaker,
the gentleman from Floyd said that
the nesrro was inferior to the white
man. I would like to know if his
forefathers had been kept in slavery
two hundred years, and he had been
kept in slavery fifty five years, with
the lash over his baek all the time,
and whipped it' he attempted to learn
his ABC, how much better would
he be than me to day ? When he
gets on the floor again I would
like to have him give his views on
this point Mr. Speaker, the gentle,
man from Floyd made some very
nice rails, but they were very old
and he laid up his fence crooked.
The honorable gentleman from
Richmond County, in his speech,
made new rails, laid his fence so
straight and high that the gentlemen
from Floj-d County can't get over ;
that is my opinioi). Y e Eepuhl icans
don't believe in old things. We be
lieve in going ahead not back ; and
I don't believe we can bo driven
back either. We are just getting a
little taste of learning, and believe in
going ahead or having our children.
I will not say any more about that,
Mr. Speaker. The gentleman had a
good deal to say altout social cquality
mixing up of the races amalgama
tion, I believe he called it Now,
sir, we colored men don't want to
mix up witu the white men ; we all
IM.. ... 1 . . , .. H
"i: r"a.'
aaJ V.LB uv w anuria auuilh Lilt 111
fenonty of the race, and ortuivin
np with the "nigger," ill let; our col
ored women alone, we won't have ho
many ring-streaked and speckled
people among us. W e want the
white men to roiud their own busi
sees, and not come sceaking arouud
our women t night or any other
time, for unlawful purposes. Now,
Mr. Speaker, we are a law-abid
ing people, and if I ain't here accord
ing to law I want to know it right
away, so as to go home and go to
work. I thank the House or hearing
me. I harn't anything more to say. j
Proscription in Virginia.
The Concord (N. II.) Monitor pub
lishes the following letter, written by
a gentleman in Charlottsville, Va.,
and addressed to J. II. Ela, of Con
cord, under date of Septemlter HI :
My church has nearly forsaken me,
though I Lave been one of its active
members thirty years!- My 'Bible
class discharged me as its teacher,
after teaching it for more than twen
ty years. The church choir thought
my room belter than my company.
The friends of temperance excluded
me. They took iny sign down and
destroyed it Three men came to
uy house, at midnight, .and one of
tiein gave me notice to. leave the
.own iu five days or abide ilia conae
luences. No white man buys any-
Jiins: from my store, though many
ould but they were afraid to be seen
xme into it, so that my business
was almost ironc down. One of the
Conservative gentlemen of our town,
in making a speech the other day.
aid all that go with Thomson ought
to be whipped out of town.
Dr. Tboiuly, who came to this
town 6ince the war, from the North,
bought property in town, and has
been improving it for some time and
uas spent considerable money here,
and by the time he gets through im
proving his purchase he will have
ipent fifteen thousand dollars. He
is a very useful mau in town, but he
is called a Yankee and that kills
alL He was brutally assaulted a few
days ago on Main street by a rebel,
and if it had not been for an officer ol
the peace who was near, he would per
haps have come off badly, for all the
rebels around stood off, and some
remarked that he was a carpet-bagger,
let him get a good beating. He
takes no part in politics, yet you
might see on his nice painted feme
these words : "Dr. Thomly, a damn
ed Radical hell cat" Since that the
Doctor has offered his propel ty for
sale. He told me he was very sorry
he had bought property here. Not
only he, but any other mau from ti e
North, will regret locating in irgui-
ia unless Grant is elected. - If Sey
mour be elected, no Yankee can live
in Virginia. If any should try it, he
tnav be a sort of a hewer of wood
and drawer of water, but never can
he expect to have any respectable
associations. All persons who hire
colored labor are called to meet here,
and pass resolutions that they will
hire no colored person who will not
bind himself to vote for the Demo
cratic candidates. I have sometimes
spoken to men on the street, and they
would stop and request me not to
speak to them any more ; and when
I would ask the reason, they would
give none, but warned me against it.
So, you may judge how trying it is,
when I am the only white man in the
town that is fully Republican, or
openly so, though many are going to
vote our ticket.
General Grant's Appointments.
The course that General Grant will
probably pursue begins to be talked
about even now. For instance, the
following by the Washington corres
pondent of the New York Ctmtnter
eial : . ... . ... .
"Those who are best acquainted
with General Grant have high hopes
that he will regenerate and reform
the civil services of the country by
appointing good and well qualified
men to otiice, rather than venal mend
icants, who claim places as rewards
for their mercenary service. His
selections for military service show
his knOMk-ti-i: .f character, and his
oppObitiou u corruption and incom
petency. The . "Rread-and-Butter
Brigade," u&ujr of whom are of that
description of soldiers with whom
Jack Falstaff swore that be would
not march through Coventry, already
see the nana writing on tue wall.
Some, like the chameleon, are chang
ing their colors, and others are on
the fence, contributing liberally to
both Republican and . Democratic
funds. Hut their race will soon be
run, and President Grant will remove
them to make way for a more respec
table class of Federal officials.
IIohack Grkelt closes his "recol
lections" in the Ledger, as follows
"Wvlife has been busy and anx
ious, but not joyless. Whether
it
shall be prolonged few or more years,
I am grateful that it has endured so
long, and that it abounded in oppor
Unities lor good not wholly uuim
proved, and in experiences of the
nobler as well as the baser impulses
ol human nature. I have been spar'
ed to see the end or giant wrongs,
which I once deemed invincible in
this century, and to note the silent
upspringing and growth of principles
and influences wnicu X uau as uestin
cd to root out some of the most fla
grant and pervading evils that yet
remain. I realize that each genera
tion is destined to confront new and
peculiar perils to wrestle with temp
tations and seductions unknown to
its predecssors ; yet I trust that
pAnAaa la en rtonnral low sf.ll t t-tAt n v
" h'"
and that the ills and woes or the lu
ture shall be less crushing than those
of the bloody and hatclul past.- So,
looking calmly, yet humble for that
close of my mortal career which can
not be far distant I reverently thank
God for the blessings vouchsafed me
iu the past; and, with an awe that is
not fear, and a consciousness of de
merit which does not exclude hope,
await tha opening before my steps of
the gate ot the Kternal world.
SPAIN.
.i.. she at ..
The first act of the revolution in
Spain has been completed. The Queen
is a refugee iu France, and the revo
lutionary J unta, or Convention, has
control of the kingdom. Moreover,
it seoms to possess the confidence ol
the teople. The merchants of An
daiusta nave oncreu it a generous
loan, and when capitalists, always
conservative and timid, favor a cause,
it may be considered fairly establish
ed.
Thus far the rebel if we may use
so invidious a word are acini" liar
momously. Kiections for the choice
of a permanent Junta are coin" on
quietly, aavi so a new government
will be organized.
Ti Oueen. it is reported, has car
. .-u,.i.r ( fttU tun I ...... 1.. 1.. .
(W.OOD in gold, lesides the crown
f . . ...
iter movements are
however, of little consequeaee, tin
less she receives support from Naoo
Icon. The next acract'of Ike drama
may be played out at Versailles.
uc n-nc uic t III IS IMfgrSUJg as
our readers may have observed, have
from the beginning been strongly iu
contrast wuu uiose received rv way
or England or direct teoni Madrid.
They have studiously depprciatod
the revolutionary movement, and
even now pit-tend that the Spanish
army in k. disorganized as to be
troubltx.me, if not dangerous, to the
Cin. Gazette.
1 .
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YOU ALL
ATI O
HOOTLAVD'S GESXAV BITTER
KOOFLAND'S GERMAH TONIC.
nipnl y D. C M. Jackno, PblbdelpMa,
TUr Introduction Into this country bum Qwaj
oourred la
THXT CUBED TOUB
' FATHERS ABO MOTHSBS,
AimI win rm yom mni ymr ehlMreik Tbcy am
from Um mtmny
pfwpwmtloua nuv
In Um etmntry
Tonics. They ra
ration, or anything
Ut4 tt'U
Ilk oo ; but fud, honurt, wUauf o-Ukliw. Aoaj
. -
TU fnnlml I r tiinftf "
Liver Complaint.
DYSPEPSIA,
Hervoua Debility.
, . V - JAUNDICE,
Diseases of the Kidneys.
' , ' EBUPTI01IS OF THE SKM, .
ul JlPt em artatnc tfm m DImxw
torfUnr, MNkMk,w -
IMTCMITT OT XSM MLOOJK
Constipation, Tlatolmoa, Inward Pile.
mUneaa of Blood to the Head, Acidity
of taa Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn. Plagnat for Food, rolneaa
or weight In the Stomach.
Sow Eructations, Sink,
lnr or Fluttarinr; at the
, ' Fit of the Stomach, Swim
. mtnr of the Head, Homed or
Difficult Breathing, Flutteriac
at the Heart, .avaaaawChokinaT or
; Suffooatinc7 ;.. YlSeaestieaa
When in a Ly-L Alna- Foittft,
Dimness o f aaesW' Viaion, Dota
or Weba before the Sia-ht. Dull
Pain in the Head. Deficiency
of Perspiration. TaUowneaa
- of tha fikia and Eyes. :
j - , ' Paia In the Side, .
- Baok, Chest, Limbs, ate
Sadden Flashes of Heat, Burn
li In tha flash. Constant Imaa-inina-s
of Evil and Ores Depression of Bpirlts.
All Ikem imrlirmlr iwii Ca Ixtt T Dtgutam
Hoofland's German Bitters
Is entirely vecetaela, and esntalss mo
llajnvr. It is a evaapaaarf of Vlnld El
U-arta. Tha stsots, Herns, t
Ira an wnlrai these KirU
larks
are saaae
extract
eanatry to
a aaaal expressly far tha
laaafaetarsortassoatHtsrs. Taere
Is
a aleohsllesahataaie afaay klaa aeesl
la
aaai
dlaa- the tnttera, hears tt Is
the
aly Bitters
aaea la
caaea acre aieonaus siiaiaiaata are
where a
. . .. .
aat ad vlaahle.
Hoofland's German Tonlo
f uSe fcyrtaYa.lt tf SW JBhrt.
Cnm Mmmt, Oraast, at. Jt U aatd
wulM hurt, im eJC mhn mm
ant rsaa Samla
mrU
Ttqmrti. Tmm
Miwi that that remedies an antlnlr aUfemDt
aay thtrt aavtrlitr4 we the tan mtkt 4iwu named.
ova ana? aoemhfi prfparatimu mfwmimat twurmcu,
la atrntrt ar an i a aim f rmm ta mm
jtrm. Tkt TON1U if deexdedlj mf (at eMat pJm
Maml mmA aarmoU rmmtdil r aferml m la aatw,
AeUuU u tmmiriU. Uita tlnniri atlsht taMi an
air-yanay, uMMrsbay, mam aaaaan faaiut
ill I
HwywayHaaa
DEBILITY.
TWt U a medirir erptnl ta Horfla(Tl Orrman
Bitten ar TuaU Maaanaaawii af Itebtlitw.
fkep impart a loa I LJ atjndwiffortatAtwhot
yavm, Imghta I r"a . I or"1", caaai
aa enjoyment uf Urasaaaa ai. caaU IM ata
maca, ta difeal U, funj a tat Uaad,fa s foad, ammJ,
kaattaa camfteamm, araitcal the yaUoa ling warn ma
tat. impart a Mm a lac eheeit. mad eaamf the aaJieml
from a ahart-aawothrd, amacmUd, meak, mad at
mtralij, ta a aO-Jaatd, limt, U aiunraut aeraoa.
Weak and Delicate Children are
made stronit hy aalax the Bitters or
Taaie. la (art, they are Fasnlly Hed
elars. They can he adaalalelerea with
M-r1r-t eafety la a rhlld threo aaaatho
old, t ha aaoat delicate female, or a aim
of alaety.
TJum Jtmatdim an Ik am
''i ; Bloo4 In risers
mrrhaamm, andaaV rare aS diarate rmSinf from
MMMt Cmimrana auampart; aeem
lA.mtr m arder ; ktea II mmwdiaaattataroami
ta s awad, health I I acandtm, aa ta a
af tkaat rmtitifi,Mmammmmm-
mi a dateam sail
The heal meaaata
if year af haaaat rr.itKia f arssytaaw
nov bost. oxo. yr. woodwaxd,
Cbtot Jnatte ef the Bnyram Ceort of reanrrrnnla.
PaiussLraia. Uareh IS, 1M1.
Ijlad 'Botflamft Barman BUtart'ia mat amtalam
aaltay ataaragt, hat it a yaal mate, aaal ta dmardtrt
ar m ayram araaa, ana aj aram aaarm mt i w
mag ami asal afmmaat art taa, im Oat t gat mm.
laanaraia,
mJrSX W. WVUIWAMIf.
tbou nos. tajoa T&oxnov,
-- - - riiail nf raaaiiliaiih
PaiLAiiaLrau. Anru 9R, IMS.
lesaslder Ak u Reaaaad'a
Cciwn Bit aT tars a aaiaaH
si .air... la easo - asnw of attacks of
lsalcei tlaaaaaaa anajaaaar DyajpepUa.
I cam eertirv thla Iroaa any exnerteaca af
It. kaara, with respect,
JAJLKa XU03UMEf.
TROH BXV. JOBKrH H. KESTSAZD.IX D,
Paator of the Tenia
nBaietBhte.
JOB. JlCUMfUI
J ham
tmt
refpteated ta ctmaect my aaaa
difercat kxadt af mmrian,
mith n
adam
alrasraaay
a,J ham ta
I th
at aat of my awmrap
aiinad: aat aula a a1
famuli.
mtrttcaiariy in my aam
tac aaaatcai af Dr.
aHaafmnaV Gtrmam autan, J depart far
arvnttmafaU (HBrdw last Mr gas.
eral eaeUityof the aratam and wpsBaJlyto Lr?er
uatapuuat. a m ibpv mmammaaia am
prsparaoon. In km aoaa aa
fail- bmt aalr I -l dtmbl mat. m anit
he aery I f taalni aj a Osat art mafftr
rem Uu lm tOMUh XamT,trj 2jfjlrAD,
Migmih, lilaa fanla atrml.
CATJTXOir.
naafamTt gins sa Mraudtm are
aterfrMed. TTm
yatata ami tkt nyaslar af C. M. JaekSOh aa
the froai of the aainda arraoaer af nch aoUU, and th
the froalo.
ammtaf
afA artuUUnmimmvk kamUM JJIaltlM
caamtarjtm,
rrtco of the Blttara, ft OO nor otao
or, a hair aocea for r w.
Prir. ar tha Taale. SI SO 1
or, a half dasea far 97 aO.
Tbetonl I pot vp ta aaart aottiea
SmolUdthaHl t Dr. BmjUamV Oarma JbSMMaj
that ar aataeraoOy amd mad a aifhlf raaw
meaded; aadanimfmamaam.aIlom th Druttut
aHadactyaatatak II aaaMa.alM laat hi
may my m jam a II JJf't
atmat
i tmt ay ami a aasy
PKIHCITAI. OFFICKf
AT THB GEBJtAV XEDZOZaTS STOUB,
jr an amcb stxmxt, rwiaa-ffatia.
cnAS. jc EVAua,
. - j i i ProprietoT
Toraaerjy a SC, JACXSOaT CQ. -
These BsaaeeUoa are far sale hy Brsr
gists, Sterehiif sis,
ors eTerywkers.
t ,:
Damotmyat haanalataaO Ou mrUdt mm taa, am
araarmgmtkli
AU a stflN'lnnl Tlrtaee
are attracted Vt Jfrsns theaa ay
a solsttSeaBaelKlst.TIeas
are thea ssrwaMaa to this
NEW STOCK
From Importers anil Manu
facturers! No Jobbers1 Profits paid!
DAVIS & GREEN
riv nulnd Din larveat Slack
H i-.niM K.KIKS taal has erer been bruuKht
.. tha N.irih-weat. and DWIolmned IbftBi
juoa Sjirea as ta be able Iu sell at
Wholesale or Retail
s low aa my house West of lbs Alerhanie.
Look at the following Hat of prices as a
mple of what they will d : Good Kio Vol
ee.WeenU; Tea, from l U $i 40 per lb.;
lugars, ei(ht pounds for tl.
Tea, Coffee and Sugar
And everything In lbs line of
la this market, and sell at Us
Very ... Lowest Prices
We lfuy and Sell on llir
iut lteanable Teriux.
Aad make our money by
Small Profits & Quick Returns
Particular attention is called to our stock
CROCKERY AND Ql'EENSWARE,
JTbtch cannot be beaten In quality or cheap
nes.
aollllr DAVIS A GREEN.
New Firm
IS TUB
'OLD RELIABLE.
joi!:i scoTiionti,
Huocessor to t'ullhtrt A Co., at tha well
known stand of Marsh Thompson, herewith
makes his beat bow to the public and sara
in subalanoe as follows:
That all persona, men, women ami children
of aur ate. slatioa, or color, resiilents
Hancock uouuly or elaea here, enn procure
better
Al
BalmoralSjGaiters
RUBBERS, SLIPPERS,
O, any other style ol foot
covering, anc
eatbor, at bis slurs, at
Than at any other place In the Norlh-we.tt-whatever
rival deiilers may say lo the con
trary notwithstanding.
Casli paid for Hides and Pelts
REPAIRING Tbis important ptrt of th
rhos business will be attndS t naall) and
promptly. a All work done when prc.mla
ed. aprSnote JtlH.Y HOtlTHORN.
W-snaanr- ah-
A Positive Remedy for all
kinds of Humors,
Scrofula, Scurvy, Salt-Rheum. Carbun
cle and Boils, Itleen and all obstinate
Affections of the Skin, Inflammatory
or Chronio Rheumatism, Piles, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Mercurial Diseases, and every
taint of the System ; Dyspepsia, and those
Affections originating u the Derangement
of the Digestive Organs ; viz.. Bilious
Complaints, Neuralgia, and Nervous Ar-
rections. Headache, Languor, and Depres
sion of Spirits, Loss of Appetite, Contti
pauon.
THIS exoelleat medicinal compound was flnt
prepared by Dr. J. W. POLAND, la 1$7,
aad was then eaiployca with great eoeeeaa In
expeUing humors from the Mood; hut la 1848
aaedloal friend who was quite orlebrsled ai s physi
cian, especially la the treatment of hamors, sug
gested some important improresMuta, which were
adopted, sad which has nude it (so the people say)
the rerjr best rcmedr fur &H Unit ot aamor knoira
to "the faculty .
Tills preparatloB Is composed entirely of Trrrta
Vkta, anMmg which are Sanaparilla, Teliow Dock,
Noble Pine, Mandrake, sad Bloodroot.
When the originator Ured ia New Hampshire, at
Couatowa Centre, for the space ef thirty or forty
mOe around, and In aaohMter particularly, the
Ilumor Doctor was well known and highly rained
fur the aumeroui sad wonderful cures which it ef
fected. Though manufactured ia large quantities,
the supply was frequently exhausted, and purchas
ers had to wait tor saore to be nuule. Ia that re
gion, some rery severs eases of EryalpeUs were
treated with, aad they were cured I EryalpeUs
sores, ar carbuncles, those utfy, painful ulcers.
were entirely removed wherever this medlciae
was faithfully a sod. So it was with Scrofula and
Salt-Kheum. The Humor Doctor cured them.
It UWe from any danseroua drags, is pleasant 10
the taste, safe, yet sure and effective ia its action.
FBEPABED AT THE
KEW-ENGLAND BOTAHIC DEPOT,
Andor mate bp mil Dernier im Maliciae.
C. DAMON Jt CO., Proprietors.
FOR SAf.F.
A Snug Home at a Bargain.
r OFFER for sale a farm of 41 acres with
house and outbuilding, situated In a man
na township, under a high stale of cultiva
tion, well leucea. well watered and has one
4 tbe best orchards in the township. Call
soon and secure a great bargain, as I am
bound to tell.
BOOTS
SHOES
Wc7TC-cic:a.Jn
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BOliwB. B.B. BAHSIJV
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KTotlCO.
GEORCE II. HUiH AND AKDHEWUHiR,
t-f Ilia slate r Wiaconiiiii. liuiaa tear.
man and ChrMinphar Agar man, ol the at ate nf
aisauari; j.mn HIkD.oi ins slate ol reus
ylvauia, and JiMeih High, wh.we residence
is unknown -Will take notice that Marr High
an infant who sues by her yuartliau. Mancr
BiRn, aid. entbe.th (st euiu day of Hep
tenber, 1868, flle ber petition in lite Coart !
Co m muii Pisu, ol Hancock eountr, Ohio.
axainst yon, and other ueieudanU. aettinp
forth that on the Ut ot UctoDer. Invj, Kred
erick High eontiaoled to sail, and did sell, to
Daniel High, the south-baltof the moi'h mai
quarter ol section t, townabip J. S. B .
east, and the aouta-aest ifiiarter oi aemion
20,townslup ai,d ra.ie alorcaaid in all about
I'iUacrenol xu, in Uaticwk county, Ohl,
Utn Hie terms and comiiileratiou set up In
pettliwi. Tliat Iktnlel li'sh took pnsHlon
of said Un1, under aid oontraut. and he, un
til bia death, ,! ,ainti aince, have lull
perltn-iuedMtld cmilr':!: that rretldrlck HikK
la uow tltcexHtd. anil that you are his heir
futintitf ask a lor an order that yoa be re
nuired In cmivn to her tbe said rnutb bal
I tbe South caul quarter, aud tbat ccrUll
surplus from tbe sale vf ba reaialodnr f-
aid pramiaot be decreed to ner ana uiuers
xlie. ; aud you are heieuy reiuin w ap
pear and ansa vr axid petition, on or belor
be tblrd baturday aller Ibe Kd day oi
lumber next.
Sept. 10, 10S. tlaUi HltiM,
Whitely, Ulackforil 4- Uarb ber Attomeya
olbarC
lSaiiLrnptrS'.
la the District Court of the United
States for the Northern District ot
Ohio.
In ilia wn.tt.r .f Uarkle & Beach, Bank-
ennls l P . ......l v
Al llGTelanu. In the saia m"i.i. '
?9th w nf n..i,mhr. a. . WA. Northern
iiiuirii-i nt ni.i.r . Tkn.nuUce that a pell
nnn i,nU.n mL.i in said Court by Joel liar
kia A Baii,, iu,,k n( Kindlay.in thscouat
I Hanoa-ct in Saul Wlainci, ouiy
Bankrupts under the act oi Conprsas of March
2.1. 17 t... .liu-lisree. and csrtiflcale
thereof, from all their debts snd other claim
irovable under said AC, ana mat me r
lav ol Nnvnmhar next, at 10 l. clock, A. M. IS
uCigned tor the hearing of Ihe aame, when
.nrf n iiora r.ni n attend and show cause.
.1 any you have, why the pravsr of the said
1'eliliou should not be grauteo.
E tRI. BILL.
Clerk of the District Court
To the Creditors ol said Bankrupt.
n20'J.
RUTHRAUFF & CORK.
Dealers in
CUTLERY, IRON. NAILS,
Glass, Sash, Paints, Oils, &c
All kinds of Bent Work :
nuns, spokks, fklloks, ac.
Agents for the
CE JLEI3 II jVTED
iiiunniid w im
a fm at aj mw w ; i - rsi a i
Self Hakes, Hand Hake. In'l and Hlngle
ICHESTES.
GIUB'S CF.LKHK ATKl STEEL
PLOWS,
BALL it CO.'S NEW . STEEL
PLOWS,
PITTSUURO WROUGHT IRON
KEAU PLOW, to which waa
awarded the first premium
over all other at the Penn
Stale Fair in 1SG7.
We are also Ai-eiiln for
RIDING
CORN PLOWS
The best in nse, :
Horse Ktkes, Drills, &c.
We would call the attention of Farmers U
onr
DOUBLE
SHOVEL
CORN
Which we think without dr.utrt excels nay
Lhine now in Ibe market for the purpnae do
iiied. Its principal points ol excellence
are, that it Is
WROUGHT IRON FRAME.
"err light andtrong ; Steel 8bovels, easily
tdjusted to run deep or shallow, and is neat
iv and tastetullr made.
We are agents lor the
SINGER SEWING MACHINES,
The best Kamllf Machines in use.
No. 65, Ewing's Block, Main St,
Findlay, O. no47
AMMMIEST
EXTRAORDINARY.
D. CLINE & SON,
IS (Jolt's Old Store Boom. seelnKthe neres
sitv of having some central point at which
fAliaiKKS can dispose of their
Poulty, Produce, 4c.
it the Highest, Price for Cash
or in Exchange for Goods at
'- Low Hates,
3av made ;preprathna Ut purchase large
quantities m t
BUTTER, EGGS, RAGS,
feathers aud all klml-i t4 farmer's Produce,
and have ou hand a largo stock of
Coffee, Tea, Sugar
pish
And all kinds of GROCERIES
Tin, M ooden, Clans, Stone and Crork
ery tHarr, 1'lain nnatnncr
Which will be sol.i ml "all killi
If
lots
uiioes. These are laots no blowing
BgJDrop around and Bee.
1). CLINE & SON.
octlftnnH.y
Scrofula
And all dlseaaea ot tbe blood, and alt emo
tive diseases of the skin. Old Sores, Tumors
and Ulcers, arising from whatever cause.
uan be permanently cured by the use of lr.
Beback'a Blood Partner aad Blood fills.
Ti. .rh- j.
Sold bv frsv x StUnger, riouiar, o.
GREAT SALE
or
TIM, COPPER,
AND
SHEET I ICON WARE.
AT
JOHN ADAMS'
Cheap SUve Ntore,
Colt Biua Block.
JOHN ADAMS
laa just received a large stock of New Styles
ol Cook Bloves, among which are
Bussey's GalvaniBod Iron Beaerroir
cook stovea, alao,
The Improved Native,
AH of which have a wide spread reputation.
and John is bound to sell
as Cheap as the Cheapest
IU stoves which I sell, aad don't do the
work well, I will lake back
ALL WOBK WARRANTED TO QIVB BAT
ISCACTIOir.
Don't forest the pi arc Call Heaae
lllork, Fiudiay. In JOHN ADAMS'
CUEAPSTOKK.
IMPEACHMENT
Resignation of the Preii
dent!
CHANGE Id THE CABINET
The above Is not siactly true, but a rhangs
has oocurrsd at tbr
i
(ifUnrrlson t Rifle, O. B. Tandenburg bar
ing purchased tbe .lnterenl ot tue laiurr.
Assume tbe rein? of government and Intend
bv lair deaiiur, prompt attendance lo orders
and IbeexU naive knowledge ol the busluess
lo control the .
STOYE AND TIN TRADE
Of this countv.
Country Merchants
Will do well In call and get great bargains
GALVANIZED
Lightning Rods,
The heal In Ihe market, bold and pnt np bj
MOltlll)N A VANilKNUUUM.
SPOUTING DONETO ORDER
All sizes on hand and made to order.
Repairing.
All kind 'of repairing
chine i r Bank Luck to
from a Bewlns Ms
a Tut fan or Jews
aprT.tY IIOKBIBOSf 1- VAVUENBUBU'S.
NORTH WESTERN
CARRIAGE FACTORY.
Having purchased tha
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY!
vormerlv owned bv ELI BHACH. win eon
P tinue to oarrr on tbe business at tbe eld
stand. West end of Hal I road Hlreet, 11 has
on hand a large eiooa oi
BUGGIES.
CARRIAGES,
SULKIES.
SLEIGHS, &C.
Of avarvatvle and variety.
fie employ none out ine vaoii nwi
Workmen, uses none but tha
VERY BEST MATERIA.,
inHflsnaafalv assure thosa who need any
thing in his line tbat tney win on satiaoeo
with it after giving it ihe severest lest, fot
STTLK, PHlUli, ana uinumui i, as
Deflrs Cmpelitin
In North-western Ohio. Particularly does he
claim 8UPEB10IMTY over EAHTBRJH WORK,
that many ar la tha habit of baying. -UOOll
HOUSES taken in exchange for
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE and Satis
faction given la all oases. J. P. KfiBB.
January is, j-vtsuu
STOVE
STORE
MORRISON
VANDENBURG
HATS AND CAPS
asTAiLiD ar
WHOLESALE PRICES.
H. H. GORE
Having just returned trom New York with hlr
?ALL STOCK
ana sty lis or
Hatsnd Caps,
Now sfftr tham to tha nubile
Cheaper than the Cheapen.
All roe have to da. ta be convinced of the
mot, is to just u call aad sen lor yourselves
Also a large stock of
PAPER COLLARS,
Pashlouubbj si) laa uf
SILK HATS
TIES AND BOWS,
Of tha latest si; lea,
PAPER AND LINEN CUFFS
KID GLOVES,
TRUNKS,
TRAVELING BAGS,
AMI ol which will ha eold at
WHOLESALE PRICES
FOR CASH OXLY.
It is ao trouble lo to snow soihIs. Call an
stamina tut yourselves, at 11. H. OttKB'S
one dour couth of Klinniona' Hardware
Store.
It. H. UIIHE.
RUG STORE
Pint Door Yorth of Coart Hou.
(s now in better"runnlnt order" than evjr.
Their euecees In the Drag Business has en
abled then to fully appreciate the wants
he people.
PRESCRIPTIONS
aocurately ooaipoaaded front PUBK DRIKJU
PHYSICIANS
orderl promptly oiled from the beet assort
ment or Drucs. Chemicals. Fluid Extracts.
to.. In the ooBBtrv. and at prieee that will
sun tue cioeaaiui ouyers.
DYE-STXJPPS
ofall klnda at wholesale and retail whle
we guarantee WUU.
risn oil.
KEATS-FOOT OIL,
or any other kind of oil usually kept la
well regulated Drag Store.
A complete assortment, all new, and oftht
seal eateoleu slyiaa.
BALM.
LOTIOrfa.
COLOGNE. "
roXADES,
11M HttiirMMf
all of whloh wa will warrant Traaab, or oth.
erwisa.
Htir, Cloth, Tooth, Shoe, Paint
and White-wash Brushes.
PURE WINES & LIQUORS
For Madlolaal purposes.
. i
SCHOOL BOOKS, 1LAJUC BOOKS.
WineUw Skadea, eVr.
We are alwara alad to sea oar old custo
mers aad aa many new ones as many favor
us with a sail.
Orders from, country Physio "a ns ana sisr-
obants filled at prices Just as satisfactory
aa though taaqr dealt with aa personally.
8. . M. HUBEB CO.
aoTtt&ntf.
WHOLESALE
Millinery
-AT
Old White
We have just
Grecian Bend.
Jardcnicrc,
Albertine,
Jero.stine,
Celeste,
And all
" NOVELTIES IN
. ' -,.'
IN VELVET, PLUSH, FELT
All the Latest Styles in BONNETS,
IMMENSE
Magnificent. Assortment of Artificial
Flowers, Flowers in all colors,
Silk and Patent Velvets,
Bonnet Silks
Laces, Veilings. Kuches, Illusions,'
And cvorjthing that belongs to a FIRST-CLASS
ALL BOUGHT
And will
IP o
TJ
Xj .A. IR
BY
At Old White Corner.
BARNEY, SNYDER & CO.
at -
AIID
Corner;
4--
received
I
Chester,
Sitka.
lata
LADIES' HATS."
. -at-.: .. .
AND FROSTED WORK,
1 .m ' ".i ' I
Depart
STOCK OF RIBBONS
r.t e
sl-iioU
FOR CASH !
be aold at
J?tt ICES,
iii:-
ol
WANTED.
all aarsoBS troubled with CosUvsoeas er
Ci-uslipatloa of Ihe Howels to buy Roback's
Blood fills: they eontaln no mereurv. are
purely vegetable aad work like a charm; oaa
he taten witn saieiy or persoua oi an hi
uad la all eooditKine of life.
Sold br Prey Eulncer, Plndlay. O.
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
Jaundice and all affections of the Liver are
soon removed by Ihe nse of BoacKa Stom
ach Blttara and Blood Pills, they are eom
posed of vegetable medicinal extracts with
especial relerenee W their direct actios oa
the liver ana aigesuve apparatus,
frtld by Prey Kulnger, Pindlay.O.
J. R. BARRETT tt CO.. fVaprietora,
BLUKBXSTKB, X. M.
FREY . ETTINGER, AGENTS
FINDLAY, 0.
DYSPEPSIA.
Thousands of tha worst sotterers from Ibis
terrible gnawioir dlaasse have been cured
by the use ot Kitbaek'a Stomach Bitters, as
the testimonials now in our hands fully
prove. '
bold by Prey Etilnger, Findlay. O.
Findlay Tobacco Store
ABB
HVTain St.,
Three doors south
Yixk House,
FINDLAY, 0.
R.B.HUR0&C0.
sueoesaors to
P.SHEETS&Co
Take pleasure In ao
nennoing to the citi
zens of Findlay and
vioinity, tbat they are
no prepared to far.
niab
Of all kinds, of their own
BaX anu fa ofu.ro,
'Of first-rate quality, and st
Low Prices!
Fine Cut Chewing aad
Suavkin?, FIug.Tea.
IVary and Natural
Leaf, aVc, 4c c,
l.re all elect brands and of tha beat quality,
aaa win o soia aa low at
As in any market ia' tha West. Our entire
attention la ieata tha trade. We tatter
oa reel res that wa can giva satisfaction.
Qlve tub t Call.
BOTlBOeUj ; .aUB.HUILDe.CO. '
YCVa Tscstable ? N'C" C
Af HAIR RESTORATIVE .
tt o I .mil sy ts u. a. a rt Q V
X O ifc. rmUhr W g
J O itoMrybiS rip.sain. mvaamormy I St
Qt linytrsMIUrUIUMltlMlNlwil fH
X at sinMili.. IteUtimts. wilii.rt.1 Us. fj. m
jLQmm l li.i. amt.mM llr tM
SV1 ma SM.tir.1 tk. Hmm. ItbSMSoC
'l,B ama,a.m mw, amm mCfl
a. ' amm taa aaem mtam, aaa Sftf
tom.iarsl,ci.SAs, .
SkVV IS. hmie km s. aa Ay
..UUpjaaaya
CTGAR MIFiCIR?
1
GOOD NEWS.
ELECTRIC OIL;
FREY ic ETTINOER.
Sola Agents for Dr. SmitVa Cslebratod .-.
Qectrio Oil." -
The best dealers sell Dr. Smith's "Baotria (
OH" beeaeaa It cures. ' Paopbj whe havwal
ways aaed bhatarlng. heatlna aad trriusttat
alcoholic tiuS, oaa have ao ideaaf tha sooth -g
ing effects of tbat wonderful and popular cur
ative Dr. Smith's El ec trio OIL - Duets wha'
has tried it say u ia a vatuabht ismisy saul ,
only cara for drafnass. It eurea Blck UmmmV j
ache every time. It ia instantly quieting oa a .
fresh cut or abrasioB of tha sklaw Try tt. It '
la tha cheapest remedy known- laaelSAn '
SICK IIFA13ACIIE
trtseslroma disordered stale of the atom- .
ach and bowels, and a blltoaa deraaceaMat
uf the liver, and can be permanently eared
bv tbe aa of Koback'a Blook Panser aad
EU.iod Pills. Pull dlreclloasaorompaay eaeh
bottle aaa aoa.
Sold by Prey ft K Winger, Findlay. tt.
1 S i
The Hmeiter mt nMalik,
Edited at tha Pernsylvaola Instttata of
Hedielna. aontains aa artiola oa Dy ape pais.
Chills aad Fever, aad Kidney Aflsetloaa. la
which the writer positively eVeelarea tkat
the whola salsnce of Medloina poMH ae
remedy for tha cure of those dlseaaea, that
ia half as fflcaetooaaa Mlshler'l Bark Blip'
ters. Ha speaks iron expailaaus. kavtac
ased them la his praotloe lot tha paat taja :
years, to tha sxclusion of all other raasa.
dlee, and without a solitary laatanoa Ih.
sre.
Sold hy aB Drufglsta aad Dsaiora. ' " 'J '
DR. S. B-- HARTMIS 4 00 Prepriek a.
Lancaster, Pa., and Chicago, Illlaois. ,
Bo7-ao3da-to
HARDWARE!
II. KOD ic CO.,
Having rafitted their room lor
t J ...
Hardware EicIusiTcly,';
Are aow prepared to sal aa ''
CHEAP AS
EVER.--:
And would call tha attentloa of laa'pahlla
W Ueir etooK et : 8, ,.-
MAILS. CU3.
SADDLERY,' LEATHIK BKLT-
ING.CABPENTXRS' TUOLS,
BUCYRUS AND PITTS- . ;i :
, (, BURG STEEL .tl
; plows, .
Whloh arawarraiited to give satlsfaoUoa, aad
every thing sis la thw-
H AR D WARE ; LINeV:
Dsually kept la Uta Harkat.
Dost Foaorr thb Plac No. 42.
Main street, First Door North of 014 , -
Head Quartern, t lndlay, Ohio.
n. lvOB CO.
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