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M. L. to'II'S. f. W.BMLEY.
EDITORS AND PROTRIETORB
1 It TR1 llt'Kti in pnhllahi-rl trty
Frirl.y Morninr, n( I. Ml per annntn
in iilinnrp. Ollim, Unlaw, kiin'l lllork,
lotnorof Mala and Mnrltnt strrcia.
I'lHn; .lloi ulntr. Ana. 5. INSD,
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
WILLIAM PENNISON, of Fronklin
ro UFV!TAT eoviajwoe,
. ROBERT C. KIRK, of Knot, Count.
ro Atiptron or if it i,
ROBERT W. TAYLOR, of Mahoning;,
. 1TY or STATE.
ADDISON P. RUSSELL, of Clinton.
ro Tar'' or UTATI,
ALFUtD P. (STONE, of Franklin Co.
roa ar . jtt::c,
WILLIAM Y. GilOlON.ofliuiitltoD.
- trt tttmtt KOArB or franc worn,
JOHN B. UREliORY, of Scioto County.
ma i nvit eoHniKSfojira.
ANSON SMYTH, rf Franklin County.
Republican County Convention.
T ! Rv'tib1irai Im-iot of Svih-m sntiat
and all oth.T, oppnaod U ins AdminialNtJnti
f Jamta Btrcliattan,' ar rtqusalt-d lo tut al
thrtr rti plattr of holding; alrolioa, on
Irldsj-. lit l-'ih day t AhriiH Brat, at 9 o'
i.k P, M , and Mlral d-l.-flaU to maut In
OnnTMition, at tlie Court Ifnus lo TIIKn, on
Tuoliy, tin" ICtli of August,
at 10 o'elt- A. II. raciaKi.T, to nominal
cnmlidat for lh Tarlmia "un y crSt, to br
111 at tin next October fli-stioa, Mluwt:
Two Candidal fur Rirrovsntallw,
Ot Candidal far Brdr,
On PamlMat fur PVfwmiitna; Atlorww,
On Candidal fur Comnilttioner,
Out Candidal for 8irTryur,
' On Caudidat for laflrniary Dirrator,
aad to transact othfT I'otin.
EarA tnwuthi will b ttilitlrd to on del
trt ft crrry 20 and ona fr rrjr fraction
of 10 or mir vtdfs, aaat fur Judgs Fvk in 18
l(t, at follows:
Jackson . . .
l'lininiaon. . .
Tiffin Nt Wd.
" 5d " .
Drlrpnt'-a a'loiiltl alto t eliotrn, at tlit prl
niary mot-tingi, to attrud a Cunvrmtlon (lirrr
afurto l called,) to noniinttu a randiilntr
for Slat SviiaUr sud alto for a int-mlxr of tin
But lliurd of Iuualitatioa, at follows:
Adama 9. lllomn 1. Pis Horins 9. Clinton
S, Kln 4. llowwel! 9. J no V. on 2, I.iborty .1,
ludn 9. 1'lta.nnt 1, Km-d .1. S. lj.lo 4, rWisra
V. 1 hnmpt'iii 1, Vrniu 3, 1 ilUn Il aid 3,
91 Tftrd 9.
Datrgatra arc particularly miuratcd to r
port tlorofWra promptly nt th hour (10 A.
M ,) In ordi-r that tlie butinrat of tlia Conrrn
tion niy be traiianctrd in time (o bear dlttin
gnlthcd cki'r Irani a diilancc, alio will
I.ENPKU8TEM, 1 Rapublioan
, r. ii. miw K,
L. R. HOLTZ. I Central
J NO. T. Hl'NS,
II. L. MrKKK, J Cnmmlttr
Republican County Convention. Hon. COLUMBUS DELANO
Republican County Convention. Hon. COLUMBUS DELANO HON. E. R. ECKLEY.
and HON. JOHN CAREY.
will be prraent and addrctt the pcoplc.at
tlie Court liotue In Tiffin, on
Taroday Auguxl ICtli.
- Lrt thrre b a general turn-out of tho
Bear in Mind.
That tlie time for holding our county
nominating convention ia rapidly ap
proaching The primary moetinjjt in each
towmhip for tlie aolection of delegatea
will be hold on next Friday, the 13th
Intt., at I o'clock P. SI., at the uaual placet
of holding election. Theaa mectinga
should be well attended and tlie right kind
of delegates aulected persons, who are
acquainted with and who are known to
represent the sentiments of the party.
There will be no difficulty in selecting just
such men from the ranks of th party, for
it i full of them. With the right kind of
mea a dulegatea, we have no fear but
that a ticket will be nominated, in every
reaped worthy the support snd confidence
of tlie entire party. Let the voice of the
people be clearly expressed in the Con
tentionlet a spirit of liberality and har
anory pervade our councils and we have
ao fears fur the result. Our opponent,
already demoralized by defeat, rent into
adrerte factions and weighed down by the
dead and loathaome carcass of a corrupt
and imbecile administration, will fall be
fore the conquering hosts of freedom like
straws before a whirlwind. Let ua bestir
ourselves sud labor zealously in the sa
ered cue of frecdoau The enemy, fuUc
ly styling themselves the Democracy of
the connlry, can only rely for sarress up
on those weapons, with which they are
o well anjuuiuted and which they aaeso
aJiiUfully fraud aud aiiarepreaentation.
Bewarw of those and be prepared to meet
and expose them In every quarter. The
(kniocrany of Ohio have become the meiv
allii of slavery, whose only intellectual
and physical enjoyment la the etching of
runaway negroes and who hear the mark
oft!io!r owner, "Oii (imy property."
They have no well defined principle bat
"tlie nigger aud democracy, now and for
ever, one and inseparable." Hence Ihcy
are afraid to meet the ret!, live issue be
fore the country and resort to all kiuda
of evasions, subterfuges aud fig-leaf aprona
to hide their nakedness.
Dry up Your Tears.
Tli democracy, who have been shed-
l ding crocodile tears over Judge Swan aud
j v,ho were ao anxious tj crowd Whitman
1 iff the track, that Ewan wight be tn
' kn iu am cared for, are likely aoon to b i
1 acromriiodated in a way they did not ex
! pect. The Republieana talk of running
1 win lor the titats Senate in the Frank
; Indi.tru t Ofcounte Uie desuocracy will
' 1 11 vote for him.
Tho indication from return thus far
.; lerrivrd, sre, that Kentucky has gone
Democratic, a Democratic majority in
' t!.e Congreaional Delegation, a Dctno-
...' , t, a majority in the Legislature and the
flection of the Democratic Stat ticket
I' a small majority.
The number of ilelejjsles, to which each
township will be entitled in the Senato
rial Convention, Is Inaerted in the call
The statement of the AJvertintr, that
Judire Gholaon sold his alarra in the South
before removing to Ohio, Is a mere fabri
cation, stnrlrd by sn irresponsible journal
for tli purpose of injuring him. Indeed
there ia no evidence that he ever owned
slave. It is true that he wss once a res
ident of a slave, st.itc, hut, becoming sick
of the accursed Institution, demoralizing
alike to the white man and the black, and
desiring to breathe the pure air of freedom,
ho removed to Ohio, while yet a young
man, and pursued his prnfeion. Judge
Uhnlaon hsa tasted oftlio bitter fruits of
slavery and ho know what they are.
We need no bitter evidence of his Repub
licanism than thla. The A Jivrtiftr false
ly charges upon Judgo Gholaon a thing
which he admits to be In accordance with
democratic principles snd democratic faith.
How consistent our neighbor Is I
Poor Dog Tray.
Judg Ranney has got Into bad compa
ny. In his overweening ambition for of
fice, ho liaa compromised principle and
lent himself a willing tool to the behests
of modern democracy. He Is placed up
on a plntfurm that he utterly repudiated
a few yesrti ago, and words aro placed In
his mouth that ho would then have scorn
ed to utter. Then ho wss in favor of Con
gressional Intervention to exclude slavery
from the territories; now ho sny Con
gross has no such power whatever. Then
he denounced tlio Fuu,ilive Slave Act, as
nnconstitiiMoiial, unchristian and undem
ocratic! now he aays It is the very essonce
of democracy. Then ho was in favor ol
keeping th territories free) now he sny t
slavery can go into them and be protect
1. Then he was In favor of restricting
slavery to its present limits; now he is
for extending it everywhere and purchas
ing more territory out of which to mske
mure slsve ststes. Now, either Judgo
Rinney was not honest then, or he is not
honest now( which is itl We lenvc him
and his friends to choose whichever horn
of tlie dilemma they will. Our opinion
la that he, at heart, entertain the same
sentiments now that hti wa so free to ex
press In 1848 ar.d I860, but ho has so far
stifled tho convictions of conscience, as
to make himself the pliant tool of a party
for tlie aako of offico. He Is a Republi
can st he.irt but ho will be a democrat fr.r
the time being, if they will only elect him
"To such base uses do we come at Inst."
Democracy for Colored Suffrage
In the Kansas Constitutional Conven
tion the provision adopted on suffrage re
stricts It to white male citizens. In this,
says the Slat Journal, the democrat
were taken at their word. They insisted
there, a they do hero, that white blood is
to inferior and impotent that an admixture
of a drop of negro blood overcomea the
... u .
principlo which, if well founded, is more
threatening to tlie dominance 6f the white
race than any other that can be imagined.
Having fixed this provision, the democrats
begau to craw-fish and made an attempt
to modify it so thst Indians could vote.
This beautifully Illustrate the sincerity
cf their pretended anxiety that "the rfe
tinles of this country should bo controlled
by white men exclusively," a the Ohio
Is an Indian a whlto man) There Is no
rare of men mora clearly defined by dia
tinct characteristics than tho Indian.
The Indian and the negro are two of the
moat distinct types of the human family,
and one la no more a white man than the
other; nor dor history show that the In
dian Is a cspuble of sclf-govcrmcnt snd
self-preservation as tho negro. Yet de
mocracy would deprive of aufTVagp, a man
nlncty-uine parts white and a tax payer,
because the other ono-luindreth part was
negro, while it proposes to grant it to full
blooded aavage Indiana, whom general
experlncsj show incapable of civilization.
Why thia peculiar anxiety for colored
tuft-ago, in tho democracy of Kansaal
The aama everlaating negro which rides
sstrlde tlie neck of tho party everywhere
is in this woodpile. Tho Delaware In
diana in Kansas are slaveholders, and, of
course, sound on the peculiar democratic
institution. Let the sootiest negro the
sun ever shone upon iu his naked beauty
become a slaveholder aud rubld for tlie
institution, and democracy would rush to
embrace Mm; President Buchanan would
hasten to give him a foreign mission or a
acat on the Supreme Bench.
The "l'eople'a Press," tha Douglas or-
u tl. u ... ..! It l- . ii i .
gn at the State capit.il, incidentally hate
out tlie eecret of the proposed postpone
ment of the Democratio State Conven
tion, as to which the Central Committee
decided adversely, last May. That paper
"Like many Democrats in other parts
oftheSt ito, the Enquirer thought it a
good atroke uf policy to procure the with
draws! of Judge Whitman and substitute
Judge Hwan, or rather leave the bar
dowa that th fricnda of Judgvs Swan
mi(ht run his a an independent candi
date. It was in the expectation that what
did happen, might happen, the call was
made lor i meeting of tlie State Central
Committee, th object of which was to
postpone the time of holding the Demo
cratic State Convention until alter the
Republican Convention should be held.
When they mct and consult "d the Commit
tee declined the responsibility of such
Female Suffrage in Kansas.
In the Constitution being formed for
Kansas, women are allowed to vote in
school matter. They may votj for school
oflii era, school tax j, and everything per
taining to the organization of the common
school equal w ith men. Conferring this
much of the elective franchise upon fe
males is intended as aa experiment. We
vlieve thst females are allowed to vote
in school matter ia Canada and Louis-ana.
fjtrTbe Mobile Register, edited by the
Hon. John Forsyth, Mr. Buchanan's Min
ister to Mexico, take ground ill favor of
the reopening of tlw clave Udc.
fJr-Steps sre being taken to trsnsfer
the Ohio White Puljihur Spring to a joint
Cr-rrclimintric for a grand military
encampment near Cleveland, this Fall,
are being arranged.
CrGener! "Tom Tlnlmb,,, htvlng
made, hi fortune sbrosd, is about to return
to his home in Bridgeport, and sottlo down
Oyll is now said that Paul Morphy has
determined to mske New York his fliture
residence and to enter upon the practice
Ci7"A man In Michigan, thinking that
his wheat was killed by the frost, sold his
fourteen acre for $19. He afterwards
offered to buy it back at 0400.
Oy-Mrs. M.irg;iret L. Railey, widow of;
the lato Dr. Dailcy, of the Washington
National F.rs, will continue the publica
tion of the paper on her own account.
Or-Hinco the reconciliation with his
wife, Sickles can hardly want meat for
dinner, ai his former friends hsvo rosolv-
ed to present "tho cold shoulder" to him
Of The Columbus (Ohio) Cazelte un
derstands that Judge J. R. Swan will
likely bs tho Republican cnnclldato for
State Senator from that district. He
would be a etrnng candidate and an able
OTMiss Florence Nightlngato Issocx
tremely ill, that the worst results aro ap
prehended. Her strength is diminished
sadly. She has been moved from High
gtte to London, but is now confinod to her
The Cincinnati Enquirer having parted
company with it post master Editor, Mr.
Faran, has cut loose from the adminis
tration aud gono over to Douglas which
is evidently to be tho leading interest in
OrThe Pawnee war in Nebraska has
ended. Gov. Black, at the head of 84U
volunteer, followed and attacked 1,000
of the Pawners, defeated them with con
siderable loss, and compelled them to
surrender up all their stock, ammunition,
Facts for the People.
Tho Ironton Register vory opportune
ly remarks tlint, "thoro sre certain undo
nlslilo facts which no honest or candid
man will attempt to get round, which wo
think ought to be resd in every political
gathering in tho country. Here are some
1. Tho Democratic party passed the
Nebraska hill, which professed to give the
right of determining for or againat slavery
to the rsop.'s of the Territories
9. Tho Democratic Administration at
tempted to force through Congres the
Lecompton Constitution which wa forin
eilhy rouf, and was not sustained by one-
fth of tho people of Kantai, as the subse
quent elections proven; tnus optniy con
temning and defying tht doctrint ol Pop
ular Sovereignty, which placed it in pow
er. 8. Having foiled In thia, tho English
Bill wa passed, which admitted Kansa
erwlso. it shuts the door on trucdum,
snd opened it to slavery. This fact is iu
the letter of the law.
4. Buchanan, the Democratio Presi
dent, declared in hi letter to Sillininn.
that shivery exists in Kansas, in spito of
S. Judgo Taney, in his Dred Scolt
opinion .s.iys that slavery can uruaiovwl
In ho rtrr ironri,
6. To crown fio whole, the President
now say and a Into number of the Un
ion, his official paper, says ilavrry i$ in
Kamai, snd the poople of the Territory,
have no right to voto upon it. If any!
ono doubts this fart, let him be referred
to several number of the tVm'on for the
month of September, 1898.
7. Buchanan haa been In office two
years, and in that time haa made a debt of
lurty million ol dollars.
7. The oflii'ittl ri port of Cobb, his Sec
retary of tho Treasury, shows thut in the
year ending 3oth of June, 1868, the ex
penses of the tJovornnient were eighty-one
million of dollars,
U. The samo report shows, that to pay
thia the Government had to use twenty
three millions of borrowed money.
Since ssid report was published, the
Administration hss borrowed twenty mil
10. The aummarr of these fact show
that the Administration hns thrown over
board the whole doctrine ol Popular Hove-!
relgnty; ha openly ided with the Pro
Slavary party t denies all power in the!
a Is uf tho YcrritTtcs over Slavery .and
. i it conduct, pu -suing an extrsVArnut
career, aud incurring a great public debt.
These tacts should bo suhmitt d to sit
men of sense In the country, for their con
sideration snd their final verdict. If the!
people aro in favor of these thing let
tlicm sty so. If not, let them honestly
any that. '
The Kansas Land Sales--Difficulties
A correspondent of the KenkntGatej
City, writing from Doniphan, K. T., auya:
1 here la conaideranle peculation here
w IIID isuu so:w, iiiu uie pvnrrai onill-
io ,hlt wi b(, no Wn
. . . v. - i i ... . i ,
rhsnan's ill-advised nieamre of forcitur the
homestead of the pre-emptor into the mar
ket haa hnd tho (fleet of making many ,
Votes for the opposition. There were no
bidders at the Omaha sale, lost week. 1
Not a single cash bidder, I believe. So!
much for forcing. There are, however,!
many speculators out here with land war-!
rants, and as soon aa the days of the sale!
shsll hive passed they will begin to l
cute them. There will be not a little'
confusion and the poor men will be crowd-
rd to tlie wall. Many a poor pre-ouiptor ,
will be crowded down, utiles they aho'd
form some sort of mutual protection,!
which isbv no mesne improbable. I
A new difficulty ia now arising, and it
bids fair to be a serious one, and it may I
result in bloodshed. It is the people who
nave jnsi appreciation oi mo isw, sue it
has not been complied with, and have
commenced "jumping" the unoccupied
claims, and tho owners, it is thought, will
resort to violence. Frequently do you
hesr a perrjn dor lure he w ill shoot any
body v. no "jumps" his claim. But so it
U, matters aro becoming oon fused, and
though all may eventually be righted, we
may tear the worst
The nomination of the respective pax
lies for Governor and Congressmen are
a follows. The election take place on
the 7th of Slu mber:
L. blauioid. J.Curry. M. tt. Latham.
J. F.Kenuey. J. Connor. J. C. Downey.
E. D. Baker. J. C. Mt Kihbtin. J. O. Burch.
P. 11. H bl-y. H. A. Booker. C. L. Scott.
Programme of the Fire-Eaters.
The Southern D -mocracy, in certain
Rtat'-s st least, secin disposed to tiile up
the gauntlet thrown down hy the Little
Rebel of Minns. What he demands thut
the Charleston Convention shall not do.
The New York Tribune spy it is report
ed at Washington that the Mississippi
fitste Convention havn Instructed their
dolepatc to the Charleston Convention
to withdraw from that body, unless they
sneered In engrafting upon the platform
the rrpcrtl of all laws ar'alnst the African
slave trade, and the enaclmrnt by Con
gress of laws for the protection of slave
property In tho United States Territories.
The South Carolina delegation will fol
low them. Tiie next movement in the
programme Is to call a Convention, if It is
not slready esllrd, of disaffected Southern
States, to meet on the 10th oi November
to declare the dissolution of tho Union,
and to induce as States ss will co
The Cincinnati Platform.
Tho Washington Union re-affirms the
Cincinnati platform; the Richmond En
quirer demands the Cincinnati platform;
Chevalier Forney swoars by the Cin
cinnsti plstform ( Wise, Douglas, Jeff.
Davis, Slidell, and all tho leader and
cliques of the Democracy, insist upon the
Cincinnati platform. Why not, then, a
gree on all sides to re-adopt the Cincin
nati platform at Charleston! Very true,
General Bowman says it means non-intervention
with niggers In the Territories,
whllo Gov. Wise says it mean a Con
gressional slave code; and Judge Douglss
says it is squstt T sovereignty ; but what
else than a platform admissabln of all
thrao interpretations will be available at
Clw.r!entoii? We should like to know.
"Which of these,'' said the countryman
to tho mnn of the menagerlo, "which of
these is the htjiponotnmus. and which is tho
rhlnoccrousl" "Either of them will do for
the one or the other," said tho considerate
showman; "you pays your money, snd
you takes your choice." Ho let it be with
tho interpretation of the Cincinnati plat
form. How else can there be
New York Herald.
Bead the Record.
Tlie Democracy who havo ao bitterly
reviled tho Whigs and Black Republicans
tor their Know Nothing tendencies should
read tho following:
"In 1867, Congress passed an act au
thorizing the people of Minnesota to form
a State government' The bill as it pass
ed the House of Representatives govoall
the then qualified voters in Minnesota the
right to Vote on tho proposition. The Sen
ate, Democratic three to oho, passed the
'Provided, That only citizene of tho
United State shall bo permitted to vote
at tho election provided for in this act."
"Tho amendment was advocated by
Mossrs. Bripgs, Brown, Broadhcad, But
ler, Clay and Mason every one Demo
crats and opposed by the Black Republicans."
The Late war--The Programme
and the Way it was Carried
The New York Herald hss the follow
ing In regard to the late war in Italy:
It would be absurd, with the history of
tne past tnree months netore us, to at
tempt to disguise or deny the fact that the
French Emperor, before setting out to
place himself at the head of his army In
Italy, hnd an understanding with some of
tlio loading Sardinian and Italian politic
al refugees, as to tho assistance they
should mutually lend each other in the
atruggloon which they were about to entr r.
So long ago as the first week of June,the
precise terms and conditions of theagree
m"t wire piidf Vnmvn. so fsr. at losst.
as respected Italy, in privatu lettera writ
ten by Kossuth to some of his friends in
this country. These lettora, eome of
wiucn, with the usual Indiscretion of the
Ilunrrarinn Ex-Governor, ho normlitnd tn
be published at the timo, indicated with
remarkable accuracy what would be the
course winch under certain circum""
X.-mim Maputoun would pursue, and from
which course there ha been but alight
and those inevitable, deviation.
From these letters we gather the fol
lowing: In 1856, a society waa act on foot in
London, the avowed object of which w a
the unification and independence of Italy. 1
It had for President the Marquia Pallav-j
icino, and for Vico President the famous
G aribaldi. Count Cavour, if not ita orig
liiiitor, was a correspondent of it and ita
eecret natron. Ita object was more mod
erate than that of the Muzxiniets. The
Inttor would be satistiod with nothing less
than a unitary Republican Duly. Tho
former aimed tit nothing mure than the in
dependence, under no matter what form
of government, of the whole of Italy, and
thus, to use their own phrase, unifying all
Italians in tlie mattor of Nationality.
To carry out their ideaa they usod all
their eflorte to accustom the Italians by
meaua of circulating printed documents
secretly among them, to regard Victor
Emanuel as the future King of July. The
brave aud honest Kincr is not without a
luudablo ambition, and he very naturally
had no objection t j exchange a Piedinon-
tese for an Italian crown, out it wouIl1
eeem although Count Cavour did not at
firsl disapprove of this movement, an in
terview with the Emperor at Plombierrs,
modified his plan. At that interview it
was agreed that if possible the following
arrangements should be effected:
A brilliant victury by the Allied armies
over Austria being counted on, it was
agreed that if after the first victory Aua
trie should wish to come to terms, the line
of the Adige, the river that separates Lorn
hardy from Venice, should he named as
the (rentier line, Lombardy btlng annex
ed to Piedmont, Venice remnining to Aus
tria until a fitting pretext should oiler, to
deprive her of that also.
If, however, she should remain obsti
nste she must be fought clean out ot Italy.
Thia done tlie division of the Peninsula
wss aa follows: Svoy and Nioo to be an
nexed to France; the Kingdom of North
ern Italy to be united uudor tlie scepter
of Victor Emanuel; Tusoany and a por
tion of the States of the Church given to
Piince Nspolcon, aud Naplea aud Sicilr
. How the agreement waa carried out our
reader will see iu the terms of the treaty
ol peace according to which Lcrubardy ia
annexed to Piedmont and Austria permit
ted to retain Venice. It i reasonable thl
the Utter clause for which the French
Emperor ia blamed by eome wa thus
greed to two month before by Count
Cavour on behalf of the Italian Society
of London. It how at all events how
close waa the connection between that
society and the Emperor of the French.
He kept hi bond faithfully with them.
It i only in regard that part of it which
wa to be for the benefit of France, that
he deviated from the agrreiueut, and for
auch deviation he certainly ought not to
be held blameablo. He found that the
whole programme eould not be carried out
without having all Europe involved in the
war, and he, with apparent uiueltuhue,
renounce d only that part of it from which
he and his relatives derive advantages. .
Fiaa ix Ma.btsvu.ui We learn I7
tho Vnion, fret that on Tuesday of last
week, a fire broke out iu ilarysville, and
destroyed AlO.tKO of property ui the busi
nea part of the town. Part of the los
was covered by insursnc. The hie i
supposed to have or. ginated through tlie
caxcleasnesa of person ploying card in
a liverv stable. " I
Fatal Railroad Accident.
B'Stoh, July 30. The express tra;n
from New Bedford and Fall R ver, this
morning, ran Into private carriage which
w crossing tlie track near North Bridge
wster, snd a la ly and child who were in
the cirrlsge were instantlv killed, and
the other occupants, a gentleman and la
dy, received fatal Injuries. The names
of the partiea have not been ascertained.
Look this Picture, then on That.
The Stite Democrat-j Judge Rannoy'
lo Convention on pow-jview on tlie pow
er of Congress overor of Congress o-
Retolwd, That any -I have nodoult
attempt by Congress.o tht pewtr of
or any of the States, to Congreu to trtct
establish or mnlntaiii.lTem'ort'af (lov
prohibit or abolish, the emmentt, and to
relation of master snd provide for the pro
slsve In a Territory, AiMit'on of Slavery
would be a depurture fn the Territories,
from tlie original doc- anJ am fn favor
trinesol our Americano and would tup
institutions 1 snd thntforl stic prohibi
we adhere, immovably, livm."
to the principles of
"non-Intervention by: "More than ten
Congrea,with Slnvery year go I had oc
In the States snd Ter- casion to make
ritnries," a declared public my opinion
in the Kansas-Nebras- of the duty of Con
ka bill, and openly die-press to abolish
claim fellowship with Slavery in the Dis
those, whether at thetrict of Columbia.
South or the North, or The lapse of time
the West, who Coun-hss only served to
scl the abandonment, strenghten that 0
limilation.or avoidance pinion."
of that principle.
TELEGRAPHIC. Death of Horace Mann.
Cincinnati, Aug. 9. Horace Msnn,
Professor of Antioch College, died st Yel
low Burinr at four o'clock thirty minutes
TELEGRAPHIC. Death of Horace Mann. Speaking by the Card--J. B. will
TELEGRAPHIC. Death of Horace Mann. Speaking by the Card--J. B. will not be a Candidate.
BKDroRD, Pa., July 38. The Bedford
Gazette, in to-days issue, publishes an ar
ticle authoritatively declaring that Presi
dent Buchanan will not be a candidate
for ronouiination hy tho Charleston Convention.
St. Louis, Aug. 9. Incomplete returna
of the county election yestorduy indicate
the success of the Republican csndidatca
by a large majority.
The whole Republican ticket ia elected
with tho exception uf Clerk of1 Criminal
Freeport, III., July 37. A German
named Peter Arndt, near Cedarville, in
this county, killed threo of his children
with an ax yesterday momma- and woun
ded the fourth ao badly that it is not ex
pected to live. Ho made no reaistsnce
when arrested. He assigns no reasons for
Horrible Murder. Important from Northern Mexico---
An American Army to be
An American Army to be Marched upon the City of Mexico.
Washington-, Aug. 3. The Statet
mentions the reception of important pri
vate dispatches from Northern Mexico.
It was expected that within ninety day
3000 American troopa will be organised
on the Rio Grando and properly armed
and equipped for the purpose of marching
upon the City of Mexico and exterminat
ing uie wnote juiramon taction.
An American Army to be Marched upon the City of Mexico. Kansas Constitutional Convention--
Encouraging Advices from the
LEAVENWORTH, K. T., July 29.
The Convention has nearly completed
its labors and will probably adjourn to
morrow. The Constitution will be Tdi.
rslU. ttl l.r.ry, kul Jiff from Ul
Leavenworth instrument inasmuch as it
does not extend the right of suffrage to
negroes. Tho St U Legislature will con
sist of 7a Representatives and 31 Sena
tors. The business of tho Convention
hos hern disposed of with tolerable expe
dition, tho qu ationsof the apportionment
and a temp, r.iry capital being the only
measurea which offered aorious obstacles.
Topeka has been selected as the tempo
rary capital, Liwrence being a competitor.
The effbrta of the partizana of both places
revealed considerable corruption, both in
aide and outside of the Convention, one
or more members being implicated iu
The indications are that the ratifica
tion of tho Constitution will be vigorously
opposed by tho Democracy, as ita strong
measures, the innnallnn nf Ik. Dl....
District, the exclusion of free negroes, the
(..nio.uoii 01 oaiiaoi issue, snd the pre
servation of the nreaent w.,lA,n Lnmlt.
ry, which include the gold region, have
LEAVENWORTH, K. T., July 29. ST. LOUIS, July 29.
A special dispatch to the Democrat
srys that three men arrived at St. Joseph
to-day, bringing 19.600 in gold dust.
These nartla disnoand nftii Oon -. rt..
ha, making a total of jjo.800 from tlie
The Kansaa Constitutional Conven
tion adjourned aine die tonight. The
Constitution waa adnntod hv . nr a.
to 13 all of Jhe Democrats voting and
refusing to sign it
Arrival of the Overland Mall.
St. Louis, Aug. I. Thetwerland mail
arrived lust night. Reports indicate the
election of Maj. Dodge, Delegate to Con
gress from Carson Valley.
The loss by fire in Weevervlllo, on the
5th of July, amounts to ft 100,000.
Much excjtoinont prevailed in Navada
and Kl Dorado countries in consequence
of extensive gold discoveries of Walker
River, Fast of the Sierra Navada.
The bark Messenger Bird, which left
Rio Jsneiro nivsterionslv soma ,...,n,i..
sgo, was at Tohita about the middle of
may, wnence tne captain ettipped 200,000
e coffee to San Franc:soo by the ship
William Smith, which was seized by the
sheriff on account of the real ow ner. It
ia reported that the captain haa already
realized fifty thousand dollars on the csr
go entrusted to his care. It is not known
where the Messenger Bird proceeded from
The sloop-of-war Warren left San
Francisco on tlie 6th for Panama.
The Fort Smith Times saya the Creek
and Cherokee Indian are in open hostil
ities in consequence of murders commit
ted by the former. Four hundred Creeks
are armed and awaiting the moveuionts of
The St. Joseph Journal, of the SOth,
teams that a baud of 60 Omaha Indians
was attacked by a largo party or Sioux
one hundred miles from Decatur, Nebras
ka, on the night of the S3J. They had
17 killed and 17 wounded, The Omaha
took five Sioux acalps.
Sale nf Ileal sv.4..
N ik. ui. 4., f A.u.,1, A. O. I-VI..I 10 Vk, k
'A M . at i riu Wi .1.. ii. .
- w a un nMf in tnoaitv
4 ft-., will k ea'd luiho kieh... t...kJ...w- .vn 1
tai kdaii,yikt a.Ttruf tJwarJI. HfriUf,dej?
eae4.tit: la ki N. . ia the ilUre oft aruh.e.
rM(a I asuatr aatd rotate af t fc... Ari,ll(, M
WZTLl"' al ia.tlr.
atttltM f lU tuaj ly i.iu. w.
ii a - JHINVV hMSDl.r-iY.AJa.'i
July t; r tmv.4 4.
N" 1 " t,,r,rJ -d rartMioaeaa larriraj
1 ' tf(-lVbly at UMkCAtCka.. tiM kaalV.MIu.u.H.l .1
llkwitai:'a I la ti,
1 in Urn
ISi L'd Brilis, 1
ror Cowing Wheat, Fye,
Oath, Baki.kt, Bern wheat,
with Oru Seed Sower atttched to each ma
chine. .lanafaclnred and Tor Sale
II y Smith, liftmen Sc Co.,
Sosih tnA Hals ilrtst, Tiffis, Otno.
ITF.rmer CALL AND EXAMINE our
Drills b for purchasing.
.TRICE 55 DOLLARS.
To Hon? Lccprr.
CinMFTHINil NMV-tV T. bA0IMTTS HEAT
O M KDIl I M A I, H A I.KH ATUM.
! ntinnrWleirtMi from enmnnt, It. Intt
( It pff pared l trly differ nt from ttr f Q
UO Hlmtni, All the rleleytdhriTi- ltri- XJiJ
frtrieif tn t(t munntr tn rtf
Brstaifi. Htifait, H ill htnrfartf Cfc, ilh
ntrii)inlnii pirtlrlenl H tar. (Hi whim
the nriKf-nfc haktirl: prrv I psj
Ire hnieime raill, FTry penirle of
Attav Bilwrttja it Inrttarl In rii esirt p Ihrft' AITS
tbm HrnAar Hierelt elil Htikiitr; rnnee
qstfttllT ftnrhlnrfWtaninabeH rarrite Halt.
V'eiranrJ Floor. Von w.U r-a.iH.T- nr.
eeir hf Ik taat efll It P Irrwtna that It
I) entirolr HtlT-rrnt from ntbtr t)tn int.
'T' f I' ! ( l In Bonne) ptpr, earh
4 J mtpn iteA "H. T. Rehhlit'e Bm V
Meilirlni HlrtetH (, pirttir, t let.
ri leaf oil r-r1, tviih ffUnnr ITrr.Hnf
wair en iIm top. Iten jam pt-km I
tpr eon akAulJ riitira th wr.-itr,
nri r ptrlralar In fft 1 hs tic l tinctif
like" the frt Wtml ibrwe.
Knll lifsx-iicti Tm mlnnf HrtaJ teltH
Q thia He I -ri ami Hmif Mil or Crim ftQ
JCj Tartar, will aoeompinr rir-h parjtr; sjIio IjQ
dlrltnai for makinr t'l kind of rxitrri
Ian, fur making Ptxla Walei anal Heidltis
M AK R YOlTR OW5 "OaP WITH
B. T . H HHI TT'8
PHRK ooxratTaaTen for AIM,
tP9 Wfrrirttf 6 don'-le ihej trne, of or Hnar
Potash; put up In cent I lh.,V !(,, I lb.,
Ihe., anrl if ha wtlh full dlreotiftn tM
meklnff Hard and ioflflap. Coninm-n
will Ami iMa'th )npit Pniah In mar
ket, Mennfaeinred A far rale St
7A B.T.B ll H ITT. iff
4 J tVoa RnTOWathlarton it., N York, 4 J
lr end No. Iri India at. Boioa.
A. J. I.ybrfft-r' t'lft.
NOTICK ! hrehr t ven that the rnhfarrllWr haa hn
PfMttated and qaaliUrd aa Adminiaireior of the
Kalataor A.J. I.hrer. lata nf Ssnse I'mrnt. I thin.
derfa-ed. MCfl"l,Ao ROHKNi. t H(JKH.
Tiffin. JnlyKd, l4r 1
Dissolution of Cvl,irtncrsliip
VTOTirr, it brehv fWen that the r-nartnerhip
heretofore tlilinr letwan Mi let V. Flnia end
W. K. HrroeT, nndrr tle firm name nf Plain rlarner,
la thUdee distntvcd bf aaal rnntent. M. W. I'li'a
will rewaive all ritta doe taid Aim, nad will par all Ita,
btlittet ofaatdArm. M. W. PI, MS,
H. f, BARNEY.
firen Pprlnja, Ohte, Jolv 5, 1HS W-3w
mnrt llanlfr'a Itnt.
NOTICE ia h.rehf gin that I heaubarrlberhat hf
appotHted and qvahtied aa Ksorairii en the
tate of 6auiDrl Huntet, late of rVrirrn fo. dce'd.
KLKCl A III'NTKR.
Tiffin, July Iftth, lf4-3e
Court ol Cnmmoii I'Iph of Suiieca
Jolia M.Sha.ll, Plaintiff, aaatnal William D.Na.l.anm
Tim tald Defendant, Willinni l. Nnthanm. willtaka
n nitre that ma aaio riaiunn naa inn da niertin the or -Are
of lite Clerk of laid Court, hit Petition it ainatitiwi,
in whirh he aara. tn ealiatanc-a.that aa ihe aunt ol the
aid l)rnlent he waa contplled On tho Iflth dny of
jnir, lroi,to par tn jamna uoran the aim nf UTti M7 MNt
doll n r on tlie pmmtiaorv note nf the aaid Plaintiffand
llefondant, which it or date Mnrrh 0, 1h57, and fallinjr
dno April lat. iKVt, ealtinf for 9VU with latere at frean
date. I hat aaid aam of rt?.ltM) dollar, with infer
eat from Jnly Iflth, iHjg u Jnatiy dee fr.nn Dofttndant
to naiann.aao ror that torn with I ate real ho ftakajada;
rnent afitnat iMfanriatil.
4 aid Petition meat ho iniwerw.lnn ot before Heptent
bar 94, 1KV, or the tame will oe taken ait oe.
PlamlilT haa alo oaaaed aitaehmnt U laano tn tho
Hi eriff of rtanot a County for aaid aam of $ J7V H7-1WI
with intereat Irom JbIt in, asatnit walendant.
Lei ft Mriwm, Att fot PI'frT.
Tiffin, Julf 90th. Irll W-ti$4 iu
I, h,r,bjrflva thai Ihs sn.lsMifn.d, wlo ha,. tMB
ini. n,T Rppnini.n, ny in, rron.t, l oan, tommlllllx.
mt, on th Katil.or Jnfi.h Mwl.srl, d.csi.0. Wlllfs.'
at UisntHo. olj. K. Hrr.lin --iau,,v,rrllsinril,, itnm
on. to ronr o'olork, P. M nam Ihlt dm. I. Hi. l'.th
Ur nf J.nunrv, A D 1HIUI, to rMiv. .nil .i.nii.. In,
el.lmi ol editor, of .id l.rt.1.. J. K . HUH II,
Jan.lt. 1MB J.llJI.flJO ComaiU'r,.
New Agricultural Battlement.
To all tVnnilii Farms.
A Rare OnportHiilir in a Orllshtfal
ana imiimi t lnnHl,j miles South
t:Hl of I'titlndelphn,, on Ihe fin,
Uou and AllHinie ItHilrond, New '
An oM .atKl. ro1Mltinoor,,.ral lhoa.,nilor
l ssmiiMiriv. iLli.,ti.,n diviilfd into t ,i.ni of ...
- -"'- " . ii.ii. .piMMMMHItil
till,.. ,nili,u, lnm v.riuu, p.,t, ol tit. middl.
Hl.loi and N, Kn(l,nd h.r, utlLd tl.,r th, ,.,
rr, ilnpmved th,i,pu,...-ad ralwd .rll,si cop..
Th, pn. ol'ili, land si lh. low aam of from I3 to
r.'ll Pr t. m, lh. toil IV it th. b,,t qo.lil, rnith, pro.
.Uotrossf H li..t,( lorrr. I'nrn. Pnrh.., Untmrn and
V..il,l,.. IT IH Cll.NMlDKHKl) IIIK MKUT
t-'KI 'ir M1II.1M Til K UNION. Th.nl.r. .
I, west, iron, flnala lb. d.,11,.11.. tn,m, f ih.r.r.
mtt. rup, ofgrJln.ir.aa soil Iritt mm now srowio.
andi'.s w. Mm. It. ,i.minin, tli ol..-a iiulr .
rol J.ilnnirnl ca. b, H m,d of lb. prudoonv.n,a, of
th. I.ml. Th. Icrma ar, aaad, ., lo man th anpid
laBpruv.mvn, oi in. un.l, wlnrh I, onlf lor ocl.il ,m.
Mo.am.nl. Th. raault haa h,,n, thai vlihin 16. naal
rp, aotii. thr. hundrvd ho.a,, kavo bo.a ,rot,d,
two Mill,, on. ilaaai, four ator,,. aomo r..rtw ln....i.'
nh p,i'h oroharda, il.nld, and . larr, snmbr or
Hnvriniprovomooia, aula, II a ,a4rau! s.d svtiv.
plao. of bwain.a..
aa th. raador wa, p,rr.iv, r,om It, toe.tloa.ta lh.
BUST IN THB UNUIN.
Proilur. bringing donld. th, prin, than fa loratlonf
awav Irr-m ihouity, andmor, than ilonlil.th.pric. than
lh, Vt .al. ll It knows lhalth. .a,U,Htnd b,airr..lta
and a,i.bl.. t. till, UtlltHl.eoana Iroaj, N.w Jr.r,
and nr. annnally nxnorl.d to th. .it.nt of milllona
I. looatinf h. ill, Mtll,rh.a man, advaniaf,,.
II. la within a fw hour, rtd. of th, wstat .in.a Now
En.lan.! and tlid.ll. Htaua, h. It ..ar hia.ld friaadt
.odaaMwio.ttona, b.la is.t.ltld ooontr, whr,.ry
lratirav.m,ataf .tNWlorl .sd .tviltsaoo. , aaad -L
II, eaa bu, .i, ani.l. h, Waal, al lb. .haapoM
prio,. and a,lt hi, prodac. forth, hlf h,at. (iath, W .at
thia it r,vrrd.) hvhaiaohoolt lor hit rblhln,., d,vh.
mivio,, and will ..or .. wiaur, aad d,lithtlnl
climat,, whrn fvv.ra ar. miiIt .nknown. Th. r,lt
ol lh, .hanff, .pnn thoa. .riho. ,th. hntfmvr.lly ba
to rvator tb,ta lo as ,to,llr.t l.i. .l'h..ltb.
In lh. way of hail liaf and iaapr..lnf . Innibar ao b.
obtaind at th,aui!U.t th, rat, oi e -l 10 1S p,rthona.
and. Htiaka froaa too brii t yard o,p.w,d la th, plar.,
vvryariirl, eao ba i rounr ill. Iba plac,, cnd,arp,a.
t,r art at band, and thr la an plac in th. t.io.
wbM-ra bail.lliia aa lanarovraivsli r.a b. ud,
Tb, nadarwillal hh ba aliar wilb th.adr.ala.,.
h.n pi....iil, and it h.n,.,li.h, th, property hat
-ot h.,n tab,, .p brfor,. l b, a t. Ii ,.,
iSrow. la ib. aarkt.adttnHatihM.oi.i,.Bu,iw.n.
. irr,ot, no on, wjald b, lnrild to ,i.inlin, lb. land
iiti(w pw.T.Min,. a ni, an ar. vipMMrd to do Tlio,
wil .m lan.l.s.lrr ciihlralion, .urbia th. .atastofth.
wttl,n,sl that Hi., will ..d.abt. M p.,Mna, from
thair.wa twinhlhooil ;h will wltn.aa lh. loipru.
m.nla,.sd ea. (nd(. thonharani.y .rtli. popal.iio.
1' th,y onwi. with l,w lo will,, ih,y tbo.ld onsi.
pr,pnr.d l. ,t.t . day ortw. ai.d b, nady lo parch.,.,
aa loraliona aannot babvldon r.fb,al,
Th.roaralwo daily uaina lo Philadalphia, as to .11
aattlvra i bo linvr.iv., th. Nallroad Coinpanv fiv,a .
Kaa. Tua.T lor tla uioalba, snd a ball prtc. Ti.tal
fr las,, v.ara
THE TOWN OK IIAMMONTON.
In ronnavtion with lh, aarlrulliiral a,tl)rn,.l. t s,w
and lr.ri.iiir. rows baaaaiaially arins, whlrh praa.ntl
lnd.-,aant, for a.v bind of boaiaaa, partl,.l,rU al araa
nad manaf -,iorl,t. Th. Son, ba,in.u i.i ...
rlt) o. I. thia plo, .ad roayk.t tn rood advaatar.. at.
aooottoa bsala,,,, aad saaa.l ..Km,, of arriraHanl
Intplrmaata, w Foandiiaa for ea.im, traall artiolM
Th. lmprov,M,nl ha. !- m ramd aa l. l...M .
ataM ind prnaaa.al lacraa, of bo.iaax,. Tow. tola
of a-od. aw 0M ..II laaall ,.,, ai ll wo.1.1 .f.
' mpa..wwt i in. piawoa. a, baa at Iroaa
S IIMI and apwarda
Th.ll..oro FaarltB.aaaoalhly lit.rarra.da,.
rlei ,rl.hMi,,onlal Int fall lalonualioa.l Uaaaawa.
too. ran b. nbial.nl al Si tt p., ..n.ra.
n. r.,,,w,.i- warraaiM d. f .a,.bnra'
" mwf H pal i. Rom. lo lh.
aatd: hflv. tin. ,tr,,t w harfl Ph, ..LUI... r... I,
Mwaina by KaittsMd,.! 7a. A. M-, or ,u P. M f ar.
9loi Vh,a lh. l.u.lr.f. Mr. rlvrn,a. Buatd.
I "" ,.-,a oaoaa. rtttl.t bad bott.r tin.
wltb Mr. a pria.lnal, aMli tbay bay. di,hd
a, to aarrbarlna!. ,1 k, wtU abuw lb .K.
hia.arriaro.fN, .l.,nM ltnraand apidlcilo.,
ko d.ina.Ml to ladia ft R.rn.,, Haraaaoato. "
O.. Ail.att.tw.. Nrw lh.,, m . c4Wli,llt
roalh I. Ilh !tr,,l, Philad.lidii..
-llJL??j '(o'atio" otvwwrlwlrj furoi.rMMI (j.llSSrs
Land at Private tale.
TllkaabKntxrhaylruTlhut, arr..ol land K.-toflh,
Hooth .nd ol TtSta, which h. wiahat to dupoa, of
at priyai. t.l,aav aarao wuhlu to bay ,at art. ... b,
aoolal,d. Thala.dia t, aail, f,oi T.rha; tl
b,i. . 30arr,.of lb. W,t ai.l, of Ui. fan. of th. lal.
auiaa. aaaam. a,rt .,. CHr,d, In.
mm IB lioibrr. V'. wiah t. .all baa lo ia
a. rra.or alllu(.ib.r. Any p,ra caa t. lb, Uad by
.allinaaw l.i.l.illu, knuailla an.M.
! - Tanw, raa.l, kiawa li aliaf oc Um Mbaat.
hi( noiia iwia iiior.
lal, IS. IHa,
JOff.tn P Btar.a
('. . SAKI.H.
Tatar lotireriot r .nat.
r OUT o. ,l S.tlb day of Ja... , ,.h.ra S..
l.bar, of k,bow Modi, ...
' - ' I-- , awaaaip, FIRK, I v-.lv,
i. i ri.n,, No,,, f, M, t..r ,,n
by Job PMly.u .aibaaial Kws,a,toant,iMJ,ia
41- piyabl. l day, aft., d.w I a. p...
-t.- ,.. MnBiiiw aaie aoi..
Jly Jw job H.fTYrt.
("atAPK U1UH K.a a ajrry 00 thair fc
M taMa aaMMlajllr at H saiabtriiM, fcea lra lii.
iSaue HsrriT Viarartla eat o-al thm imvM a.b-ra
kdvnixyaal f l)itaaMM LarWa. ta a..
I )K ktNd wiah,,,, t aaubli.k Manatavlbiriaa ta
- -w w..,w, P'f wwstee aiM i fsi-ed.
Farmers Look Ileic!
1 line I4'h. V -V. re t m,.-"mw.t ta twOTtt ttf, rr
hoeja and rndf mf thm pi4 e t aai rat ar1 am rww
taait let ew ll lo tre ftrern rf p.ti at netti atr.
enma. I Will aell hv tvlra al $S tk eanasaas rti T-r
aa 10 th anrntw of ftrr- limf ttela. 1
jrive a ji.nt rleaJ all of 1 Wen fc-r thnt aMooatt. I )
libit ll by Townthiprt. I 'entiiei ear Mtfee, te tstlt eap,
Ita list,. I Tilr at at that iht a ir vnltaa need or -rat,
ftnf or blowtntr 11 ataod on ita own oterlle. For ff-
! oniratort. etaqtUre of the paipntea,
Melaaore, Co.. O.
Of .M.HTsVf ft et. T.tTrO. JlyW tw
i, f. im"i"U , wottntio.
Kirclinrr &t Yrandron
wiaK m Inform ! altiiweia of Tlffim tn vielalt iVe)
eeociby in mmm stbei.
in Snyder'i Block Tlfln 0.,
wh.r lh", will l..p an.ata.tly s wall ,npplld attnn
mast .1 all hllHla oi
Cioeerifs, ProTihlons, DjeMuiTs,
Ac. atke, se.
ofarbleh w, would aara,
Almoos, Filbert, Ac, Ac., Ac, c.
Also, Oittn, Oorr), Siorts and
Millfccd in. general.
Oar .nd.avor (t t tatitfV oar oatlnmsra, bf atlllnf
thorn a-vnd food, at r,.Mnbl. nri,.a, tad bop. bar. by
1. ,.i. th, ntifld,n nt ISO pnbtIO,
Mr. Kirohn.r. harm, for . knur " b. Is lh. n
ploy of tho M,a,ra Hu.hlrli, I, intiaaaialy ae,.alai.d
with tho boaliMMM .nd will to. Ib.t tb. abor. proaala.
ia sarrlad Mt taiUil.llr,
SO PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.
IW wl'l per the hifhaat marttot prism fof Better,
F.ft and tho rnxllioaaor Kermort gaoarallys-ilV4
KlKCHNKR & VOENDBON.
Tiffin, O .Jnno htht1t-3 1r
Solution of Protoxide of Iron
Tho Onljr Ik-liable and Permanent
tt iti: roit
ANII ALL GIHEAHKK ARIHINO FBUM IMTOV.
jf?II VICE RI o on.
1I1K fallnro of Iron nt
baa erieoe from Ihe want of
ome nraitaralion of It thai
iaS ' l..'V(,
wtll aa aim 1 late with thai vital
ftotd. Thi ned the I'ERU
VlAN HYKl'P tappHa,and
In the oa If form in wttit", it la
koaaiblo fot iron to anlaT tho
eireatton. ror the aa
reason, the rleea of ditoaaea
rtHlVIAN BVatUP rd.e
all eere a aro proeltefy theeo whieh ihe aaoal reaaedlea
merel relievo, oawoatg flaw eawi
lv-p-ptit Uroflrie If af
rtronchili Niiomptlw Trod-
rnoittts C'olorte ltlond nolle,
bill 11 linfaifr18i.Vitiin lmice,
J,ruo.rrhfn, or Wbn-tit
Geneiai Ucb.litf, Torpid
Hytof the llrr,
T iltAa. who avtrard tho aathorliv of nemtt more
tl.aa their owo eiprneoee, It Ueanet;b loaartbet the
Pamvlan Kjfrtp u imw rejrelarir rea;?ile4 bf every
Phvaiclanof rtf.lein Doatnn.and in tho Meaaaoharotlt
Owner! Hoapital,an inttilulioCtOl Uto higheal lupnto.
tifHi ta UM eoiuiirr,
COrV OF'v ItFTtTM FROM PR
iVM. CHlHlJOlsIrl. .
Cam bhcn I have Died the "erevlne ynp fbr the
paal three yen 11 with Iho as oat f ratify In a? aitceaaa in ea.
a Oi ("yansriisisj, ivarn'st tuiiti-; . ,'.r.,.,m,
neral and Narvona lbility, Nearelfie. Ervaluvelat,
and varitnat dlaeatetttf tho altia)at- for Chlorosia.
Larorrhe, lmlakaa t'tari.iniMtratwvd ennrit and fa.
analeconuilainlaitarlicelarlv, I have fooad iha mailiclae
to hava rar wwr, and for Bo 1 la 1 oonatder it mm in
. aTrwaasi avyswf) sjeaasjailnaie Vapxbfe ltaratlvO Ortd
tonic pribparliaa, and ia al ramaraablo efhracy io all
ehKait:dlaoaettoaaract(riieil br wantol vitality.
WM H. CHla-fUOLkl, M. D,
ff7Ratailed hy all drurfiata.
J. $.11 AKRISOIV, .
Cmw' A,sl Sorth, tVnl,ra Pt.t.a.
J.t; a ly
Hold by 1. t. bTJOlIN St CO., TIBia, U
m mm new goods i
At io. 2 SJiawhan's Block,
(Rooai forra.llr oooapl.d bj BorHt.)
Art w raoaiviof that. Boo, ad loipotlalioa of
3NJ" o -w ect- r o d 0 ,
f v,vy dracripllos, adapted I lb
SPUING & SUMMER TKADE.
"nvhaa4 taTirttin itis, taatoa asaawrw fW. ,. a, b-J at. lit
be ad. lal KXCI.UHVKLY t'VU L'aMI. at mok pricet
at wiU enable tUviu to
That i P ft BaUbl-t SBfean Bat la llrM stAsaatuhlaia.. ...
- ! V vrril,fra w. wt J BSiaBBT, atwwj-
lly kept ia a dry gnoda aturo.
0.ropriiiini; both Vtriely r.nJ Cheapnesa.
Their aaionmeat la onoaDallr larjre AH etidthaof
arown aati nla4IlrelIt;aJlo1fl,t lcklll4ra,MhlrtlW.trllaa.
"unttuer Mull.,, Uattf, Vain, tant, Warp, Watte,
HOUSE KEEPING fiOODS,
Brown and V bile Table Uaaea and Clotka. Naiaa..
Towahna, toonterpanes. 'fable Cover, km.
Stlke, M. MelaiiM, Uerafo Uotoina. (very ebeice ttylee
atuue ahilhua; and etr'ren ,) 'liaaaea, Heracv,
Haita leChtnea, leCbino Mat haa, Lawna. Jackonola.
lBth'adepanmatithe eatstbhahaavatsil a.ll kst fsi
a obaalee twd Urgo taatrtaiae' of ail tW Met afnwoved
Hoairry and Clove.
la thl d auuuaa.l of 1. 11 umd. w 111 b rw.S U R AT
PRINTS! PRIN1S11 ' PRINTS!!!
tm Aim hi.h. a ki . I.. .1. . tl , . -
.-. ' - 1 an sawyioMlwra OIW H,n
at raiyoulofkaariatdiilanc. Thai, aaawrtrMSt root,
ntiatim W UI I lis SaT Tt LtSaf fiaKt. ta,.
. . . - ---.-u.siil an . i wa,ca will b.
aord frota an, I, flr, c.i, , yd ousaraa Ta.s GAS
sa a.tioarr as tub tausTf I
Oowprlain. Boasolt, Hat.. Cut. Il.aj.dr. .. .
taarioaa aaoVronta How.r.; aMoplot. aaaortaaaal by
Mia, tk. T. fob.,,,, who ,U ta bauy to wail .p.. ail
hat fayor bar with a .all. R.m.niO,, lb. Bt
Howu-t .Id 1000a, N. ,Hhawba.-a awl
Ttfl., J... irntfa. m, if
n iti oi:i, co.a.
a i , t .
Tlila I. ar. ( lb. boat aaat i
a taw Uad.
Capital . .
With t l.rr. tail.t fans. .
rmi.ia.uliiiaf mwy a. tb. Uwawt rM
r-aluto. lwad wtliio.l d.iay . I
Tsa,Ob,oanh..a,, lt4V M
STAPLE AND FAHCY
... . ,
F.' K. SHAYHAN,
AND NOW AT
Is tlie plnco to find tlie
LITEST AXD BEST STYLES
In thia ITI nr Let.
.Vfip Jfretta tieod$, .
.IV to Illbbona,
. JLatta T Xtnbrolderie$r
AU oftlio BEST ttnd MEDIUM
QUALITIES, in endlcoa rarietj,
CMtE.lI' JFOJ CASUt,
CALL A1D SEE,
P. K. Shawhaa.
siam nv at
i w tn rant isvjl
' -1 - I . . i .
Mlfs. L C. ALLEN.
has roinoTcd her
Millinery & Dress Uaklns
E S T4 III. IS I.TJT JG .V T
over the cxtunsive
DEY goods' stoue
OF F. K.SHAWHAH
4 EHAWHA1TS ELOCI,
WLero will be founJ a aplcndid
Of All ItlndH.
CCTAll the Ititcst l'tria Fanh-
iona. Patternaof Ladies' end M la-
sea' PrfBRos on Land, and, rrcej ifd
sejui.uioiiUiiy. i ;
CAIM. A!'I 8KU TriK.tf.
. Eti. 1. Q. -Ulita.,,
Tiffin, Ma B, 1859..