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J. A.. Kelly,
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, AUG. 13, 18G9.
S2.00 A TRAIL
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE-i
C. L. HALL,
"WHOLESALE & RETAIL DBA LRU IN
Notions nnd Millinery Goods,
BELL STREET, MALTA. OHIO.
BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7. 1869-tf. .. .. .
W. WALK Kit,
A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM I "W
J. G. WALKEJt
3 DtB U GJ.
A. W. WALKER & CO.
Hell Street. Iffalta, Ohio.
CVithint; mail lo order on tho shortest notice mid it price to null the
.roe. All ordct accompanied by a responsible nomo will be promptly
tilled. This firm I always up to the Intent fashion", and warrant their clo-
tSing t stsnd the scrutiny of the moat fastidious. They keep good to sell bv
U. yard or in snv shap to auit purchaser. Ladiea' Cloaking always on linlid.
C ALL. E.4HLY, MEl'OltE THE III. Ml IILGI...
Taliiting, (ilazinjr, and Paper Hangiii
J. J. N TK WAitT ,
It fttfiT',4 i 'fflu hUlutlmi ct House, feign nod t'r t riage I'alntcr
;iHtler, nnd I'uper Ilung-rr. Ciui Mm a rttfar Au Kj in
Two Doors Earl of the Post Houe. '
All work done lieittly, eMpeditioUhly and cheiip.
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
And Wholcnnto and Hetnil Dealer in
Pines, t&c, Ac.
ROOMS, North writ Corner of the Public Square, West ol Court Ilouao,
piSK AND COMFORT.
BLE AS PER-
NEW! FRESH I ATTRACTIVE
rEUFECT SIGHT can only bo ot
tainod by uhi-.i
tba difficu!ty (( procuring which it
Meaara. LAZARUS MORRIS, Ootl
liaU and Opticians, Hartford, Conn.,
Manufacturer of the (Vli hrntcd l'KH
KECTED riFEC'TAt'LES, hav after
year of experience, experiment and
the'ereetion of eoatly machinery, been
euebled to produce that grand dklo
ritum, PEItrtCT KI'LCTACLCS.
wiehhavo bci n oM with uulimitcd
eatiafaction to thu weaacra in Maaaa
ohuaetta, Rhode Inland, Connecticut,
Now Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New
York, Pi'iniBj lvanirt, New Jersey, Nova
Kcotia, New Iirunrwiek, Prince Ed
ward's laland, and Poitiiniou of ('una
da, duriug the pat nino yours.
Theae celebrated spectacles never
tiro the eye, and Inst many years with
fl. 1 VILLI AMSUV,
CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY,
SOLE AGENTS for tho sale of theae
from whom only they can be procured.
WE KMPLOYxn PFDIAHS.
i U K A T P I L E
11 o ok Store
Wehavt just received and opened
the Largest fetock of
Ever brought to town, nnd of the
desirable rinttcnm and uuality from
Common Jirown to fino Gilt Tapir
wmcn wo win veil
LOHtll than KVLIl IIEFOUK!
Our stock cmbiaoes tho butt and
nest variety in thu market, purchused
tin not trom tho Manufacturer,
cannot lis Httrpasseil for hcuuty
KtyicKRnij .etc frirt.
A PAIR BROS,
March 19, 1SC9.
1 enter Ktircf,
FRANK JKFFERS - Proprietor
Every accommndution uCTorJed guests,
ami the alabltng may be con
idcred tho best.
0 J V E THEM A C A L I.
The next .Term, will
rinnmni, September 20th and continue
thirteen week, with the following Board
of Instructor i
KEV. 80L0M05 HOWARD, . D. LL. D.,
Preeident and TrofeMor of Intellectual and
Moral r htloaophy.
KKV. A. . GIBBONS, A. M. M. D.,
rrofmaor of Mineralogy, Chrmialry and
REV. W. II. 6C0TT, A. M.,
Frofonor of Greek Language sad Literature
W. If. O. AD5EV, A. M.,
Proffor of Mathtmatle.
rtr.v. w. ir. hirst, a. m.,
Profeaeor of Latin Language and LiUratura.
Tna University offer to young
men eutxtrior facililire lor fitting themel-
im for poeitionaof honor and uofulneM.
Student will bo prepated for the College
Clae under tho immediate inlrnc!ion of
the Proloanor of the irl Department,
who will IA (ire Nohml IsaracCTioK to
uch an are preparing to trarh.
Booxa are furui.hed in the Univermtv
for a .mall fee. in which itu-lenti may rn
aide and board thenipe!vee at a verv little
expenee, wben limited meaua make thia
The following person are admitted, free
of charge for tuition i
1. One Undent frm each county of the
State, to be elertd bv theCoiiuty Comraia-
aionera and the Auditor.
t. Any United State volunteer, a citl-
ten of Ohio, who naa born uieablcu in lue
orvica and honorably discharged j and
S. Any honorably diwharge d rolunteer,
who entered the aer'vlce as a minor, for aa
lung a time aa he waa in tho eerviee under
fttv For further information send to tho
Treiidtut for Catalogue.
By Orper op Faculty.
Atikmp, Ohio, Ju.t 23, 'H9 1m.
j. t. c n e vr,
ATTORN E Y-A T- L AW,
HrewnUr'a Btore, near
All Collctlmns rromptly Atttndril t9.
1569.- Spring Trade. 1?69.
Adams fc Ivaliler
havaawell aclrrtcd ttorfc of Dry flood.,
ilroceriea, Quountware, llouta ind Bhoee, c,
aKEATLY REDVCED TR CSS
STORE 2 Sorlh-WtM Comer of Center and
M'f onntliTilIt, Ohio.
Vf, c. trlsizi:
aUa the n-ihlie to eall and examine
neeimen Fhotacranha. Fcrrotvtiee. Am
lirotypea, Uonn, are., , wiuru cannoioe
miiaiiied anywhere. 11 baa nerforteit ai
raiieementa nereuy any one can ue ao
eoinoduted with the finest of Oil Painting
ami picturea of India Ink Work. Itooma
orer llooue a naii'iivr oiiop. in J. v. ruoue
llmlding, Center Utratt, 11 umueievuie,
Jan t ly.
J. r. &. t in. It. Ilanna,
Attorneys A t l-aw.
Will attend iromitiT to all bunneaa
uutled to tbetn. f-peciHt altentinn given
tocolleulion. iKTu'r onCtuterHtreet, three
doora wel ot the I ublic bijur.
IS O I K E.
Thurnan .T. ltarri 1 The mi l AMml
y. e. V Heme whose re-i'lvni'e
Abieal P. Harria. J ia unkn iwn, will
noticu that the tame Thoinua J. llarrie
the county of Morcitn, in the Ktate of Ohio
did on the 10th clay of July, lttCU, Ills
petillou lu the Court of ommmi i'ieiia,
within and for the county uf ilurrnn,
eaid blale of Ohio. HEuiuat the aid AIiiihI
1'. jiarria deii'iulttiit, nottiLg lortn mill
amo Abigul P. tlarria did r kbout
20th day ot Tlay, M9, commit adultery
with oiio Verne, liowinun at Anivavilln,
Athena couuly, Ohio, ami aiiu'a that
hae hue ii liviuir with avid Huwihuu. iu
tato of adultery, and t int the eiuver
aid petition ia that thn eame Thooiae
Harris oe nivorcruu irr.m nu pam iiuiui
P. Ilarrii, aixl the auid Ahisal P. llarria
uotitied thut rhb'ia rvq iired to appear
answer laid Mention ou oi ef:re the 20
of Heptcmber, 1HA9, or the alli(utiouii of
pennon will be taken as true.
IUi.l A Powea
Attorney for Thome J, llarria,
Aug. I, 1K69 6w
AD.MI.1)I-11THS SI I.I
In pursuance of Uio ordor of tho
Court of Probntu of Morguu eouuty, Ohio,
on Heturday, tbe Ha tiny ol Heptuniuer, A
D. lMflU, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ol eaid day, I
will otter lor aele at Torbvrl'a Grocery, iu
tbe village of Hoeeau in I uiou townabi
in aaid county, at public veudue, the
lowing dveeriuud real entate. aituated in
aid county aud in the Znnville Lund Pie
triut, to-witi The lier'h Webt qtiurtul vf
Be.'tion twentv-thrte, In Towinhlp
eight, (b) of llango thirleeiii (13) alxo, the
fullowuiK trurt in the Ohio Loinn.uiy 'a pur
chair, lo-wili Tbe North bull ol the Norm
fca.t quurter and tho North half of the
hall' uf the Noilh Kaid quarter ol'Soe-
tion eleven, (11) Towii.tiip auven, (7) of
KiuiKe thirteen. ( 'J) I lie lilt t Lruel contain
ing loll acrea more or le,uud )pruicd at
f67oi)j and tho aeeoud tract containing l'J4
acre, more or 1cm, und upnruia' d at (3120,
to ba uld at not let tuau two third of the
aptiraiaud vidua. Pavment a follow
ouu-third of pnrchHie money In hand, and
ouo-third lu one year, and one third In two
yearn Irom thn day of enlrg tho deferred
peyinuut to bVar interett from the day of
me. anu uj ue recuroa oy mortgage upon
the premier. At the aauie time will be
old, and at '.he tamo plii 'e divera good
and ehattlej,oomiting of wboat, oata,oorn,
hay, one tobacco acrew, 1 aet of harneaa,
1 eloign, ouo-linlf airbuuk a stock aealra
. .icisui uuvii.ii r.nuuui dl"i:i tkii.
aud other aniclea, Ihotorm of which aale
will be made known on tha duy of ale.
. . WILLIAM NiCKSVjANUKR
Admiuwtrutor ot the enlat ol (Joorge
Aug 4, isso. 4w Woop Pos'p Ati'y.
DEMOCRA rtCSTATE TICKET.
(i. II. PENDLETON,
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
T. J. GODFREY,
FORJUDOF. OF SUPREME COURT,
WILLI tM J. r.lLMORE,
FOR TREASURER OF STATS,
flTEtMIEft III II It ER,
FOR ATTORN EY GENERAL, "
FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF TUB-
n. r. ciirnciiiLL,
Declination of Rosecrans and
Nomination of Geo. H. Peadieton.
On Mondny tl Dt-mocrnlie Slnto
Centrnl Committee, of Ohio, rccetv.
od n telegrnm Irom Gen. Riaecrana
in which the General declined being
a fRtididuto ior Govonor for the ro
nt that he in pot a citizen ot tho
State, nnd bcunuHe hid "obliga
tions to creditor nnd family
demtind that li eliull lollow a more
luejrntivo huinean thMn politic"."
The Ktuto C'enti ul Commiltuo was
immediately culled together, nnd,
on udneaunv, Jlon. tieurce Ji.
Pendleton wiit nomi noted. Mr.
Prndlutxn nccepta the nnrnination,
,tnd will Hiircly bo cloclud. Hurrah,
lor Tcndleton nnd Greenbacks I
Senter Elected Governor of
to be made U. S. Senator.
Tito lnts election in Turnefsec ro-
anltod in Sinter, tho Conservative
cundidnto, heinj; elected (lovcrni)r
over Stoke, Radical, by ft majority
of 40.000, The LegiHlatui o is Con-
orvative nnd will prohaMv make
Ex Prcbidunt Jolincon U.S. Sena
Kentucky 45,000 Democratic!
Tho recent Kentucky election
hna been cni-riod by the Democrats
by a maiori'v of 45.000.
It went!. Y, wo aro udviod tht.t
the Rev. Henry Ward Becchor'n
church has been robbed of till lU
imissivo ond nioxt futihionnble com
munion service; and richt upon
the heel of tin announcement, we
read tho following in oi.e of our
most reliable exchanges:
Mr. A! C. Hrewcr, formerly Miss
Cox, of Holly Springs, Mississippi,
charges (r en oral and Mrs. Grant
with carrying off tho silver plate
from the bouso of her lather, which
they occupied ut Holly Spring.
Among tho valuable heirlooms that
were carried off in the Grant b2-
gage wad a hundHouie card waiter
or aalvcr, with the nn:tie of Gcnerul
Moulino engraved in .the centre
also u very ninssivu silver Whiter,
liiinilHomely carved, madu in Enjf
land belore tho Revolution, with
the name of Lady Mary Annesly,
1770, engraved in the contro. '-This
wuiier," alio enys, "hud been in her
fatlicr's family lor a long period,
and will bo readily rocotiizod
the Grant mansion at Washington.
That aud aevut al other ' uUiilos
Htolen vulnublou that curae Irom tho
South may be rcconizod there."
A nephew ot General Grant ulso
tho sumo time curried olfan antique
quilt made by tho praiidmollicr
anas Cox. Thm is a bold and open
yr Tha celebrity who will next
go over thu Pacillo road ia Mr, Col-
lax. JIu will cru in n ruhnan car,
which is not much ditloreiit from
somo other cars, only it ih puffed
ol'toner and moro extravagantly.
Ha will be nccumpaniod by his wife,
Mr. llross, of tho Cliicittro Tribune,
and Mr Uowlon, of thu
(Muss ) Ucpubllcail, and their daugll
bouib tl'I'N, beHldoS It few Other friends
all a very select und very dead-head
party. Pittsburg Commercial.
W5u A Washington correspondent
writes: "You have, ol coursA), been
tho new insue ot ten-cent fractional
currency, the principal Icaturo
which is vigiiiettuon tbe left hand
side of a beautiful female. You have
also heard by telegraph that a young
lady was dismissed from thu treas
ury JJcpitrtintnt a lew days since
I . . ..r ..
UntjOCOIllin ir conduct. VI Oil, gosaip
is putting "that and that togothor,
ail(J it j ru moruil that tbe vigiiiotte
. . ., . , , . ,,
Dears n striking resemblaiico to
youri Indy in question."
Letter from Hon. Ralph Leete
to Governor Hayes—The Governor's
[From the Portsmouth Times.]
Sir: 'I he extraordinary apeech
delivered by youmelf before the Re
pobliCHn State Convention, upon
your re-nomination for Governor,
seems to demand something more
than a pnssing notice. Had the
charge Hindu by yoursolf against
the transaction of the Fifty-eighth
ticnernl Assembly ot the Ktate, been
mnd) by some eager and aspiring
politician, in the excitement Inci
dent to an impromptu speech before
a largo convention, they might not
have deserved the treutme.nl 1 pro
pose to Destow on them.
The respect euterUined for your
private characterthe reputation
yon had earned in the lato war as a
brave soldier and akillfulcommand
er of forces, independent of your
exalted position as chief magistrate
of a grout State, all combine to givo
force aud credit to your statements
of act and declarations of opinion
iOji liuve nrrmgncil tho Iieeism-.
live branch of the Stato govern
ment for u reckless expenJiniro of
public money, nnd for acting in bad
faith generally towards the people,
ah one or tiio memoes ot the
Fifty-eighth General Assembly, hav
ing my share of responsibility (or
its arts, I loci canon upon to rt pel
your attacks upon that body, and
to compare sono ol your principal
charge ngaiiiht the Legislature with
your o"Vti otucial recommendation.
You statu that "they (tho Gener
al Assembly) created between thir
ty and forty new officers, at a cost
to the people for salaries, fees and
expense of ut least STS.OHO per on
num. They did not create any such
nvmbcr of offices as you state, nor at
any such enst. They did create live
additional judgeships, three of which
were iu Republican and two in Dem
ocralic districts. They also provide
for an inspector of steam boilers.
whose r-aiury enouiu oo ?-,uuu
J n our lust nnnual mocsngo I find
tho following recommendations:
I submit to your consideration ti.o
"importance of providing for u thur
"ouch and comprehensive geologic-
'ul survey of the State. Muuy years
-iigo, a partial survey wits prosocu
"led, tinder many difficulties and
"embarrassments, which wits frnit-
"lul of vfliuablo result, it is be
''yond doubt that sucb a work
"now practicablu o carry out, will,
"by making known the mining
"manufacturing, and agricultural
"resources of the Stale, load to thou
"development to an extent which
"will in a lew years amply reuti-
hurso the State for its cost."
Pursuant to this recommendation,
Mr. Loc, oi Delaware, introduced
bill providing for the geological sur
vev ol the Male. It authorizes
appointment by tho Governor of
principal geologist nnd tlitee aesis
tanl. Thu bill passed, and is
law of the Slate.iind you lutvo made
tho appointments under it. The
annual cost of this survey will
8,500, unless thn Legislature shall
modify tho law. I know of no oth
er oftlces created by the Fifty-eighth
General Assembly than those above
mentioned; unless you intended
include the additional trustees
the Miami University and the trns
tees of the Reform Pchool for girls,
all ot whom servo without pay
Fermi t mo further to call your
attention to another reccommenda
tion in your moHsago, which is
"Tho interests ct common school
education, in my opinion, will
promoted by the early adoption of
siiperinlciidciicy, hs providod
a bill on tho subject now ponding
one brunch of the General Assem
bly. I thercforo earnestly rccoin
mend the consideration and passage
or the bin."
Had this bill boon passed in pur
suance of your recommendation
would bavo created eighttvnino
c dices at a yearly cost of not
than 82,000 lor each superintend
ent. That bill was fully considor
od, but tho General Assembly
not deetr it expedient to puss it.
hen yon state that "eixly
'seventy different aelu were passed,
"authorizing dubis to bo ennti a
"amounting in the aggregate
more than $25,000,000,
"and that they passed seventy
"tighfy nets by which additional
were, authorized in thu amount
"of over $10,000,000," I do' not
what you mean, for no such number
of acts as yon spocity is to bo found
in tho statutes of 150s 9.
soon lo bo as unreln'ss iji fixing
amount of local levies providod
as in tho number of acts pnsi'i;
neither ot which hours any spocit'n
rotation to the actual facts.
less thun threo -fourths ot all
special levies authorized were
the largo cities. The levies author
ized tor the city of Cincinnati
exceeds all other levies.
city and Hamilton oounty were
by cloven Republican mom
bers. all of whom united in tbe
of tho bills of which you
The only opposition
encountered was from Democrats.
Special legislation is, us c general
rule, expensive and vicious.
present Compilation was intended
to prohibit all legislation of
eharaetcr. In 18M, the Ktiow Noth
mg Republican Legislatnro com
menced restricting the autnjriiy 01
and cities to
make levies for ordinsry pnrpose.
Theso restrictions, under the Logt.
lature of 1861 '2, wcro carried to
such an extremity that improve
ments of every kind were prohibit
ed, and U wns with rxtrumo diffi
culty thst snfli':int money could be
raisod bv taxation lor current ex
penses. It n court house, jail, m-
firmsrr, or union school were burn
ed down, or a bridge Hwept away
by high water, there was no means
of rebuilding it, except by spplica
tian to the General Assembly to ftD-
thonr.o n spec al levy for such pur
pose. There were upwards of elev
en nnndrcd tiiws introdncoa into
tbo x'ilty-eiehth General ssembly,
a very large portion of which were
to nothorize special levies, iim e
vil was seeu and felt especially by
the committee to which tho bills
were referred. It was conceded
that the General Assembly would
need to be in perpetual session to
act intelligently on ull such bills.
In order to avoid this vicious sys
tem of special legislation consequent
upon the retrictive po'icy adopted
by former Legislatures, measures ot
ceneral legislation were devised and
passed into lnw, covering the whole
matter of levies for the erection of
town houses, court houses, jails, in
firmaries, bridges, and union school
bouses. In addition to these may
be included lliu "Municipal Code,"
which provides a complete ststeni
of government for villages and oil
ics; and a system ol tins nee that or
feetiinlly supersedes the wholn sys
tem ol Hpccini legislation. 13 y a roi
erence to the legislative journals
will be seen that these measures
general legislation were supported
and opposed alike by IJcmociutsand
ilcpublictiiis. l, lo these mens
tires wore chieliy introduced
Democratic incmber1. the real leg
islators of your own party, fl ui
ludu to such men as Colonel Fond,
Messrs. Ciinticld, Dixon, and Den
nis, of the IIouso, and to Messrs.
Buriows, and Everett, of the Sen
ate.) wcro active and efficient
ma' u ring the bills, and in the ad
voeiicv of their passage.
Y J further clmrge that "they
(the Legislature.) added to the Stato
liabilities, for various purposes,
81.500,000 " A decent rcnrd
for candor and fuir deuling would
lutvo required yon to mako the fur
ther statement, that the rebuilding
of the Central Lunatic Asylnm nt
cost of $100,000 tho rebuilding
this old liluid Asylum ut a cunt
82.i0,000 tho completion ol the
asylum at Athens, and the comple
tion of the Deaf and Dumb Aylum
Columbus tho establishment
a Roform School for girls the erec
tion ot new btnldinijs on tho Reform
Farm near Lancaster the payment
of a judgment in f'uvor ol the
si,:nee of tho OhioLifo and Trust
Company nnd provision tor nearly
hull u million detlciency in tneainre
Treusurj- were all extraordinary
expenses us well as tno .Morgan
Kiiiil Claims or nennv cuim,uuu,
present payment of which seems
have been vetoed by the Attorney
These provisions nro what
have seen proper to term "reckless
and unnecessary eenset." Be
as it may, all the acts providing
these 'unnecessary expenditures
were as goncrally supported by
as by Democratic mom
hers. 1 suspect that if theso "rci
not been made, the cry would
gone forth from the "7th of
Convention, that a "Democratic,
Ijetrislature" had refused to
provision for tho unfortunate
And for tho caro of the
and for thn reformation of j oung
who aro cn the highway
Notwithstanding the very
manner in which yon
your charges against the legislative
branch of tho Suite ' government,
you have, I think, rendered an
service to the public by
a discussion on the important
mailer of taxation. The only
is that others in tho Republican
will not follow your example
Whilst thu producing classes of
I Stato pay annually, in round
bers, s-jii.oiiii.uoi) ot Mute and
taxes, which nro expended in
payment of the Suite debt, in
maintenance of tho State govern
ment, in tho support of schools
tho benevolent institutions, the
struction of roads, bridges, nnd
lio buildings; they at t"e same
pay $45,000,000 annually to the
of the Federal Government.
Not a siiiL'le Dunmorat is to be
in tho entiro list of revenue officer
of the gtineral govornnient:
immense sum is Hnnuully collected
and disbursed by Republican
1'h'i same is true of
rovenue officer in the United
They aro all Republicans.
party is therefore responsible to
whole people for an honest collec
tion aud application of the f
annually collected. I
make no charges against them
corruption and dishonesty.
hat been done by the lute Henry
Raymond, the Chicago Tribune,
Col. Don null, all standard author
itie in the Republican party,
language that cannot be mistaken.
Col. Fiutt. who has tad the
of opportunities for making
vations at Washington, auted in hi
speech at Xeniii. on the Otfe inst.,
"fnnf trc hare the most corrupt Gov
ernment in the world. It is run by
ring. There Is no moneyed inter
est in the land that is without Ha
ring in Washington.
We have the railroad rings, land
jobbing rings, whisky rings, that
branch in every cone Ivaule direc
tion. And they were Inirioing.
boring, caucusing, and, through
wine and women, balling without
Of H tho rsst soma collected by
the Federal authority, it is estima
ted that less than one-half Hods it .
way into the treasury. Tho other
half goes to enrich corrupt off els Is,
and to an pport "rings," ia and tut
This question of taxation, wheth
er Slate or Federal, rises nijrhabov
all party considerations; because It
most directly affects the morals and
the education of the mass of tha
people. They oi:ly are friends of
tho peoplo who earnestly and ia
good faith set themselves at work
in tno isiorm oi existing abuses.
Reform In this direction will boat)
welcome to the country through Re
publican aa through Dcruocralio
It surprised noono that ynusho'd
enter a complaint agsinst the Gen
eral Assembly for passing a law to
enforce the constitutional provision
agsinst neero voting, for that is a
tenet of your pnrty. Nor will I en
ter into any discussion upon tha
merits of the so called Fourteenth
and Fill entli Amendments. Their
object and negro votit.g is the ssme;
and that is not to secure social or
der and good government. From
the tone that "impsrtial suffrage"
wns first promulgated, its true pur
pose wns apparent IC nil men of or
dinary sngttcity, Inst purpose is
to so cheapen nnd degradethe ballot
as to bring popular elections into
such contempt that tho people will
fimlly relinquish thn ballot and
thus make Why for a monsrchy or
sn empire. Already tho Imperial
ists huvo thrown tho Anchor for
wui d, and established a journal, and
instil utod an organization to ad
vance ihecuuso of monarchy in ibis
Thn friocds of "impartial suf
frage" may therefore be classed
among the aiders and abettors of
tho imperialists, who aro now in the
held advocating a ehnngo Irom the
republican theory of this govern
ment to thst of monarchy.
You, I believe, have- the crodit of
making the first precedent in Ohio
of tho Executive reviling the legis
lative brunch of tho Slate govern
ment for any supposed errncs of
public poli,-y. In this yon muy be
tlcNirous of emulating the example
of tho Into Republican President,
Andrew Johnson, in his controversy
with Congress as lo their messurea
of policy. Let tho custom onco be
established and sanctioned by pub-
lio opinion, ot the propriety ot one
department censuring another, nnd
we moy look for mutual crimina
tions, until all respect for tho Gov
ernment itself shall be lost.
I am, respectfully, your fellow
citizen, Ralph Leetk.
To Honorable Rutherford Ji. Hayes,
Governor of tho Stato of Ohio.
Ironton, Ohio, July 9tb. 1809.
t& A large supplyof Jndd's pat
ent improved Window Fixtures re
ceived at the Rook Store on yester
day. Tlicy are the best in use,
simplo in arrangement and do not
get out of repair. Every bouse
should huvo them.
fr Somebody says: "Savo all
your old newspapers; when yon get
enough fr the purpose, make 'a
nste as for puttirg on the wall, and
ly them c'own one by on; paste
them on until yonr floor is covered.
then let H dry; lay down another in
the snmo way. When again dry
get some wall paper of a suitable
color; paste this all over it; when
dry give the surface a good coat of
varnish, you have a nice covurinit
for yonr floor. It wtars as long aa
a csrpet, and looks aa well aa oil
Stir Good anppliesof Comtaercitl
Note and Rill Papor received at the
Book Store on yesterday.
tUT It is ssid John Morrisser
holds 16.000 sharea ol Central stock
which he bought at 180 and whioh
aro now worth about ball a million
moro than he paid.
1 . !
mL. New Juvenile Books, Re
wards ot Merit, and Sabbath Sohool
Cards Mceivcd at the Book, Store on
ar We have just rccovod anoth
er supply of those celebrated Metalio
Razor Straps. Will sell them an
before, on approval. Hav also tht
best Razors to be found Id tha town.
II. B. Viscent V Bao.
IQr Go to Adaih's liook Store lor
anything you want iu their line.
Thoy can supply you with all goods
their trade embruccB "trttl at low
pros. -j ..;, I