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K.t. X'T!. J. W.BH.EY.
XV H F.I3 Ac IIAIM.V, .
IPITORS AND r R 0 I'll I E TO R 3.
T) TImrK l pntilUHr vety
Tri4j Mnrnlur, Ml I.Mr smnam
ill sisltance. Ollirf, Nhsm fcnn'a lllork,
irner of Mnlta mid Mnrkrt slrfie.
fr.el-sy Moriil.iff. fcr-pt. I. N.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
WILLIAM DKNNIHON, of
ri !.mt TiT ooTKmirm,
ROKKItT C. KIKK, nf Knot County,
ro ArniTOH or stst.
ROnr.ItT W. TAYLOR, of Mahonliiff.
tti SFCRKTAHY nr STATf,
ADDISON I". RL'MSKLL, of Clinton.
roa Ts.rAsrn.rs. or btatr,
ALFRED 1'. STONE, of Franklin Co.
rnii rrxrwt jt'D-:,
WILLIAM Y.UHOI.80N, of Hamilton.
fop MKMBra noAitn or rrnuc wim.
JOHN II. URKtiORY, of Bcioto County.
m ei-Mooi. COVMIMIOHK.
ANSON SMITH, of Kr.nklin County.
run aTATF. arnAToR
JAMPS M. STKVKNS, of Seneca.
FOR HOARP or RIM'AMZ ATIOR
THOMAS V. KKltKR, of Wyandot.
, Ktrt'lll.lCAN fOfMTV TUKI'T.
for ru amtMTATivia,
GIDEON JONES of Jarkaon,
HORACE Ill'llER of Clinton.
for raiMiTi'Tiao ATToaarv,
NKLHON U DREWER of Clinton.
JOHN E. MoCORMACK of Clinton.
JOHN 8WKJART of Sclpio.
LEWIS E. HOLT of Clinton.
FOR INFIRMARY DIRFCTOR,
WM. RANDALL of Eden.
Protect Freedom in the Territories.
Thi it the great design of the Repuh
llaui party and the vital principle which
brought it Into rxiatence. It ia not to In
terfere with alavery in the slave atntea,
uhera it exiat by local law It la not to
intm-fare with any man'a right nor tori
cvato the negro to an equality with the
white, but to atay the aggrcaxion of sla
very, to cirriimacribo it br an Impassible
wall, within the bound a rice of the alave
atatea and prevent its spread over one
inch of free aoil.
Tho Republicans believe that tho ter
rltqrie aro free and should be kept ao,for
for the benefit of white luhorimr men,
where they may (ind homes and build up
for themselves fortunes in the free West.
They hold that slavery i an outlaw
Ut'U it rxiaU nowhere by natural or mor
al right, but only by toleration and the
fnree of circumstances that It is curse
and host: lc to tho progress and full devel
opment of any country. They believe
that cur forefathers designed this should
be. a free country; that it was for freedom
and not alavery that the Declaration of
Independence was made, the battles of
the Revolution fought and won and a con
federation of stsUa orgauixed.
That it is both tho right and duty of
Congress to legialato for the protection
of freedom in thn territories, no one can
surcc-siofulty deny. It ia liglslstingaway
no right it ia only protecting the people
in their Inalienable right. The Con
atilutiou confers upon Cougroa a super
visory power over tho lorritorie and It
ls the duty of Congress to sue that they
are provided with a republican form of gov
ernment and, as freoJoin not slnvery is
or ought to bo the law of the land and as
free institutions sre better than slsve In
stitutions, it is the duty of Congress to
ace that they are provided with tho best j
possible form of government under the
Constitution. It is absurd to suppose that
a free government would be Instituted
without the power of eclf-prcseivation.
Tbe ttrritorii a, being under tho prutcc.
lion of Congress, have no morn right to
adopt alavery than a child hat to take poi
son. Wo deny the right of individual or
coinmuuitica or nations to commit a
But tho policy of prohibiting slavery by
federal legislation is no now doctrine; It
I aa old aa the government itself. It was
tho policy of the colonics, prior to tho Rev
olution. It was incorporated in tbe doed
of aesaion, by which Virginia coded to the
United State the territory lying north
west of the Ohio river, which declared
that "alavery and involuntary eorvitude,
except for the punishment of crime should
5?vcrexiat therein." It waa reiterated
in tho ordinance of 1787, drawn up by
Jefferson himsulf, in tbe Miasouri Compro-
anise act and iu the acta orniiing tho
territories down to 1850. Ohio herself
waa made a free territory and subsequent
ly a free sUte by federal legislation.
If such ht been tlio settled policy of
our government for more than fifty year
if such wa tli policy of such domocrata
aa Jefferson, Jackson and Polk, why haa
it been abandoned! Ia It because the
principle has changed! No that can nev
er change. It is because the democratic
party ha departed from it original puri
ty and become the defenders, apologist
and propagatora of slavery. That ia the
reasen and the only reason. Tbe Re
publican want the territories kopt free
at God, nature and our forefather design
ed they should bo, for th benefit of white
laboring men. They believe that alavery
degrade labor that it la a rurae, as well
to the white man as to th black and that
it paralyse all the rnergiea of a free peo
ple. Hence it I the duty ol Congress
under the Constitution, to inhibit it in the
Tbe Democracy hold that slavery can
go everywhere in the territoriea and ba
protected under the Constitution, in oth
er wurda that Slavery Is national and
Freedom sectional. Thia ia the posi
tion of the party, a authorititively docltr
ed by the Dred Scott Decision, by Ita
leading organ and statesmen, and north
ern democrat are compelled to acquiesce.
3 it j Jure nut deny it. The party has
Vii;d so rapidly tbat they even have
to ignore tiie'.r own declorationa, made
oniy a few years agou What bettor OMild
I M expected of party that ia ruled, ia
i out of Congrn, by touthorn lv-
tioth ia the position of the two praties.
I' li'1!'.!! I I' p tn
What is Popular Sovereignty!
Will oiir nflgMior of tha Advertiter
Inform at what he anlrsUni br Popu
Ur Sovereignty J la it th "prrlffntjr
of lb people or the eornrplgnty of ilare
boljora, of the Buprcme Court and t Ring
of ftileriil appolnlrr ovrr the people, a
fxoniplifieil in Kansas? I It the snve
reiirntT of tho ballot-boa: or the cartrlilire-
Pomnrrats shunt, until they ere hosrt
'fir popular mvereiunty in Knss, yet Jo
j not allow the people: to elect their own
Oorernor, Jwljrea and other territorial of
flcera. Thenaareall appointed over Ihrm
jby Jam Ilurlianan.
Popular f(nTcrei((nty Democrat tried
to force a pro-alavery constitution on K'an
jsaa agaiitat the will ot nine-tentha of the
people, at erproasej through the ballot-
oox, ann roieu in a man against reiorring
! tlm constitution bs. k to the people; and
! they now ojipimo a constitution of the
I MMipc.i ow chfc,t hru,. it n.ke
, Ktn, t froe ,,, j excludea Indiana
una iierifxurs ironi tiuiiii
ropui.r oorrnMgn.y iiemocra. in
Uhio panesd a law, lahl w inter, to tnKe
away from tho people of Cincinnati the
power to appoint their own police offi
cer. Popular Sorereifnty I a humbug; It
haa no existence In reality and la practic
ally repudiated by the rery men who pro
(Vss to believe in it. It haa one meaning
for the North and another for the South.
It worka well enough, when It plnece
domocrata In oflice and electa democratic
representative and U. S. Senntora to
Congreaa; but when it electa Republi
can to office it bccoinea bad doctrine.
Doing the Dirty Work.
It appi'ar that the Di'iiiocrntio Htato
Central Commilteo aro afraid to truat
Raicrxt alone, in hia ilisntasiiins with Mr.
Dkssisos. They have aunt PugU, Payne
and other "ainnller fry" who have no eoru
ple aa to decency, to ilnjr tlmlr track and
do up the dirty work, a(W Juilgo Hak-
huT. They know that the Judjfe la not
able to copo, aiiile-handed and alon
with Mr. Dunmaon; hence they hart sent
along a reserve force of "aliouldor-hlt-tors"
anil "bruisers" to tot a a kind of
"iiiile-ahow" and b alavur the people in
the evciitiie. These "grooms" have been
billing, rubbing down and training their
najr for aomo time, yet ho doea not "per.
form" aa tliey'expe tod. At Dnyton, aa
at thia plaea, PiijjIi allowed hi great con
cern for Ranrkt and made a apeech In
tho cvninir, full of vulirnritv and and slain
na usual. Poor fellow) like tho aoap
man, he cannot get an audionco except
hy following aomo ahnw around.
Well may Ranney exclaim, "aavo me
from my frlenda."
The Republican of Boneca, Wyandot
and Crawford matin convention at Upper
Manduakr, on Natiinlay, and put in nom
ination Jamkk M. Htkvirs of Melinore
for Hxnator and TnoMAa V. Rebki of
Wyandot county for Hoard of Kqualita
tion. The nomination of Mr. S rev una, al
though entirely un x)tictil ami unaolic-il-d
by li in), ia one eininontly fit to he
mud). Mr. S. ia ao well and fuvornbly
known in thia conn ty, having aerved four
year a county Auditor, that wo need not
uuak at UU nr(vii - mimeo to a.iy that
he is a el'-nmde man, of exemplary and
industrious hnhits, sound judgment, a woll
informed mind an 1 strict integrity. If
elected, he will discharge, hia duty and at
tend faithfully to llio Interests of his con
stituency. Mr. Rr.RF.R is a man of eminent ability
and one of tho best farmer iu Wyandot I
county. He is now president of tho Wyan
lot Co. Agricultural Society
Voters of Seneca.
Are you in favor of a democratic aub
treasury law, thnt compol you to pay
your tjxea in gold and silver that locks
up your money and keeps it idlo, aevoral
mouths in the year that takes the un
certain paper of the banks from circula
tion and keeps it in the treasurers vaults,
while they (tho bunks) are realising 35
per cent, on the money that allows the
the officers of tho county and state to be
paid in gold and silver, while the poor
man must take paper "rags" for hia hard
earned wagea; and finally that only re
quires of the county treasurer a bond of
'JlK,0oO, whilo he handles from a half to
a million dollars of the people's money I
We ask your verdict at the polls.
Keep it before the People.
Keep it before tho People, that the last
Deniorratio legislature passed a strin
gent aub-trcesury law, making the coun
ty treasurers individually responsible fur
the eafe-kicping of the funds, by Impos
ing heavy penalties; and keep it before
the people that tho same Legislature
passed a bill to release Samuel Ketchum
treasurer of Coshocton county, who claim
ed to have beeu robbed of aomo 4.) 1,000,
without an examination, simply because
he was a democrat, thua defeating th op
eration of their own pet moasure.
Keep I1, before tho people that the last
democratic Legislature Increased the ex
penses of the state over Jot) ,000 without
Democracy always the same.
In 1850, the democracy of Ohio were
loud in their denunciation of th Fugitive
Slave Act and Judge Ranney attended
and addressed a meeting in Cnnfield, at
which he advocated forcible miliaria to
Ia 1858, tho defence of thi law consti
tutes the great ataple of democratic or
tory and nigger-catching is now regarded
a the chief end of democrat.
Thia I another matter which Judge
Ranmy failed to explain while her.
After the "little Rebel."
Senator Trumbull and Old Abe Lin
coln are in Ohio, following up Douglna
and exposing hit bogus popular sovereign
ty. Either of them ia more than a match
for th "little giant."
Trumbull spoke at Cleveland yester
day; hewjll ba at Sandusky to-day and
Lincoln speaks at Coluiabu to-dty and
That Judge Lako and Morris P. Fiift
RX are pledged, if elected, to vote for the
reelection of Gio. E. Puoh to the United
States Senate. Pugh.la th man, who
made speeches for Lecompton and voted
againat the Crittenden-Montgomery a
tnnndment to refer to the people.
Will the Aimriittr explain how It ia,
thnt Congress haa power, vndrr tht Con
ulitulion, to erect territorial governments,
define the powera of the territorial legis
lature, fix the apportion ment and mode
of election of members and appoint over
them their territorial officera, and yet haa
no power to prohibit slavery!
The Debates at Dayton and
W have reclvod brief report of th
discussion between Deunison and Ran
nry nt Dayton and Chillicotha. In each
of them, our gallant atandanl-liea'Cr ac
quitted himself nobly and to the entire
aatiafaction of hia party frienda. Poor
Ranney has been driven to the wall and
compelled to Inks abetter behind Repub
lican doctrines. He llnda thatahamde-
mocrary won t go down with the people
He had better give
quit the field
Pugh and Douglas.
Thceppcarance of tho "Little Oinnt"
Illinois in the present Ohio canvass is
matter of no little significance. A '-bar-
gain and sale" arrangement hat been en-
teredlnlo between him and Pugh, by
which the democracv of Ohio are dien.
cdofas. i manv "dunib cnttlo." The
stipulations are that Donglae Is to peddle
his quack, "patent" Popul ir Sovereignty
pills over the state and thus help dough
face Pugh in his desperate effort to se
cure a reelection to tho U. H. Senate, by
carrying tho next Legislature. "In ton
titration trAreo," the said Pugh doth
covonant and agree thnt Douglna dele-
gates to tho Charleston convention shall
bo appointed from Ohio. Thia of course
a ixirat arrangement bctweon the par-'
tie and one in which tho peoplo have no
Detnocrata ofSenecn, how do you like
the lrrm on which you are to be trana
ferreden maaae to Doulaa In 1800!
Then and Now.
In !., before party subserviency had
taught Jude RARNxr to bow the knee to
the god of slavery, ho uttered the follow
ing sound Ropuhllran sentiment, in a let
ter a hlressed 1 1 I). F. Huffman, which he
admits he wrote:
'I have no doubt of the power of Con
gress to erect rerr'torial (overnmenta
nnd to PROVIDK FOR THE PROHIB
ITION OF SLAVERY WITHIN THE
TERRITORIES, AND I AM IN FA
VOR OF AND WOULD SUPPORT
This was Ranney' democracy In 1848.
It is Republicanism now. That thi la
the ground tho democratic party In Ohio
held nt that time ia shown from a resolu
tion Incorporated in their state platform
from 11 19 to 1851 a follows:
limit. Thnt the) people of Ohio now,
aa they ever have done, look upon slavery
as an evil, and unfavorable to the full de
velopment nf the spirit and practical ben-
ellts or Tree institutions; and thnt they
will at all times feel it to be their duty to
uao all power clearly given uv tb ton""
rtlia n.ii -iiisuT, to oieeeiif lis Mi
'ertast, to mitiyatt and finally tradicalt
Where does Judge Ranney and his par
ty now stand! They stand upon a plat
form which declares,
"That any attempt by Congress or any
of the States, to establish or maintain,
prohibit or abolish, the relation of matter
aj ,iavt , , Territory, wWd be m d-
roriurs from th original doctrine of our
Which ha changed, the principle or
the demorrutio party 1 Thia ia a matter
which Judgo Ranney fulled to explain
when he waa here.
RANNEY PRACTICAL AMALGAMATIONIST!
J t.M Vl lO.Mvrt
FAVORS THE EQUALITY OF NEGROES.
Sinco tho opening of the present cam'
paign, the Algiers of I.ocofocoism have
had a good deal to any about negro equal
Ity, and have charged over and over, that
the Republicans aro in favor of Negro
Equality, and wish to do away with all
the distinctions between the races. Iu
this their hypocriy is aa palpable aa in
everything else. Their candidatea for
Governor and State Auditor are not only
in favor of negro equality, but actually
endeavored, aa incinbere of our late Con
stitutional Convention, to engrail it upon
our new Constitution, so fsr a our Common
Schoola are Concerned. By reference
to the Debate of that Convention,
Vol. it., P. 704, 705, it will be seen that
the following proceedinga were had
Mr. Reemelin moved to amend Report
No. 9 of tlm Committee on Education liv
striking- out those words:
"And no law shall ever be passed pre
venting- the poor within the several coun-
iu, lowiisiiiua, ma menu u, inn ce,iv
from an equal oarticipation in the schools,
academies. coIIcrvs and universities, en.
ooweu nouy or in part iroin me reve
noes arising from donations, made by the
United State for th support thereof."
Mr. Sawyer moved to further perfect
the words proposed to be stricken out,
the motion to atrik out th word 'poor'
being lost by inserting after the word
poor tho word w hites, " tho etlccl
which would bo to exclude negroes from
th schools, college, ic, mentioiitd in
the clause proposed to ba stricken out:
I'pon Mr. Huwyer's motion tho vote
waa tuken by yeas and nays, aud result
ed a follow a: Yea, 35, Nays, 61 ; RAN
NEY and DOKSEY voting in ths nega
tive. There, ya nigger-hating Democracy
swallow that, and tee bow it will set 00
your weak, anli-uiggcr stomachs!
(ySenator Pu'h, of Ohio, Is a moat
faithful "Dough-t'ace." He never w ith
held a vote from Slavery. Ilia term
about to expire, and aa he ia very fearful
of the populsr verdict, ht 1 crying for
help. Kunator Pouglaa haa heard hi
cry ,and it to respond on the slump
Dougla aaved himself, but h can't save
A Voice from the Country.
Again, we, poor democrat are badly
, '"oked. W had of late, abiding con
of (i'nct ' "' Democratic organ of Bene
a j ,mt il ln iu of flth "'"
j represented the fact, to iuch an alarming
t ""tent, that our sympathy for it and the
P'ir,y il lPr. must cease!
McCuTCHixvtLLR, O. Sept. 13 18ft9.
Editor TaiRtim: It wa our good
fortune to be present, to hear the first dis
cussion between the Republican and Dem
ocratic candidatea for Governor of our
After being aeated, patiently awaiting
the presentation of the speaker, we were
Had to hear the announcement by the
I'reaident that all wa ready.
When Mr. Dr.sRiso was presented, to
myself and many other Brother Demo
crats, It was sore disappointment.
Wo had expected to see some poor pro
duction of mankind, one that would have
compared to Rarket aa a flea to an ele
phant. But alasl for u poor Democrats I
The manly form of Mr. Dkrrisor before
us, depicted too plainly that Ranrkt had
met the wrong man! Deplorable Democ
racy! We wept and we wailed jut like a
little dog without any tail!
Judge RARRF.r being Introduced, a still
greater disappointment porvsded.
When he arose hia haggard look told
in glowing words his inability to answer
the questions pronounced him hy Mr.
Disriio. Wa all know thnt those
nnnali. ala.t.l A A. . - - 1 1. nH ul I
nannttrabu ,,y , ( C(ll,.d) ,,,, ,
""i.ll.fin.-.i.l.nJ . - ,. .!..
man of hi party in Ohio!
I Ho dlsguated were we with
I .1.. . . r .
l'ru"-r...i.gs uo u,B F.n u. our emocrai-
ic Brethren, thnt we have resolved to go
Dkrrisor and the whole Republican tick
Judge Ranney on the Clergy.
, not larpe nuinbering perhapa one hun
ts dred persons, who reside out of New
j Philadelphia." In winding up a review
Oa tho 3d Inst. Judge Ranney address
ed the Shnm Democracy at New Phila
delphia. The Tiucoraico A dvoratt say
"in point of Humbert, the meeting waa
of Mr. Rauney'a speech the A Jvoealt re
In closing his apeech, Judge Ranney
could not let thia golden opportunity pa
of "pitching into" tho clergy. Ho de
nounced them in very severe lnngunge for
uttering their Anti-Slavery sentiments
"I'rof. Peck would never pet hia due un
til m halter vat put around kit neck and
the only way to head these Anti-Slavery
prcachcrs.wa to cut off the supplies."
Ranney either must have been drunk, or
thought he waa among heathen or grog
bruiaers, when ho uttered such atrocious
sentiments. We are glnd to aee that they
were received with no response hy Die
respectable men ot his party
Judgo Ranney, iu hia speeches before
the people, I said to tako tho position
that he is "honestly opposed, and always
haa been, to all intervention on the part
of Congress for or against alavery in Ter
ritoriea." This sounds strange when con-
tracted with tho following declaration
from hia letter (heretofore published)
written in 1H48, when a candidate for
Congreaa. In that letter, the authentici
ty of which ho hna nut denied and dare
not deny, ho emit:
" 'I have no doubt of tho power of Con-
gresa to erect territorial Government
and to provide for the prohibition of Si
- i j w:.i.i- ....f.J. n.o nuu 1 am 111
favor of, and would support such prohibi
The Tiffin Debate.
Our first page is chiefly occupied, this
morning, with a verbatim report of the
great delinto at Tiffin, between Messrs.
Dknkissor and Rannxy, the gubernato
rial ciindidatce. The speech of Mr. Dkr
risor waa a mnsterly ellort, more than
sustaining the high reputation he had be
fore gained, during una canvaxs, lor elo
quenco and stutrsinnn-liko ability. Both
on Statu and National issues, ho has
mado out a plain raso against the no
mocracy, and no one can read hi clear
and forciblo exposition of Republican
doctrine without admiration. Among
his political friends, who were present at
the discussion, there waa a universal fuel
ing of satisfaction and pride at the man
ner in which their champion acquitted
himself, and equal approbation will be
the result of a perusal of hia remarks, aa
taken down at the time by our stenograph
Ot tho effort of Judge Rarriy, it is al
so just to say that it exhibit much abili
ty and ingenuity, and puts a good face
upon hi side of the question, probably ,as
was possible. 1 hat it will bo sntmluctO'
ry to the musa of voters, or at least to
such a have not invincible partixan prej
udices, we can hardly believe. It it wor
thy of note alsa, that Mr. Ranney, (al
though the challenger in this case,) fails
to meet, fairly and frankly, the points
raised by his opponent in fact passing
over altogether, some of his most import
ant Read and
Tho Washington Constitution lays
down the following point of doctrine.
Will our neighbor of the AJvertir In-
, ft'r, ,he. P"Mie whether thia ia dernocra-
'The Constitution recognizes tho rlirht
to hold slave property in the Territoriea,
aa a right indefeasible by Congress or the
Territoriea, and placea that property, like
every ouicr species ot property, under the
I protection of tho courU of tho eountrr,
cr,.atej fr tn. purpose, and armed with
, fUu power and authority for its execution.
It i a unwiaeaa itia untrue to attempt
to draw a distinction between slsva prop
erty and other species of property and to
, S , T iTTfY t P h. "
' protection of tho former. Slaves are
i property just aa money, household furni-
ture, rattle, or atlver spoons, are proper-
ty. 1 ha federal court will apply the
same law to alave property a they do to
all other property, and those are ample
tor tho purpose; aud it a territorial legis
lature should attempt to pane laws hostile
to slavery, the federal Courts would treat
such legislation aa void, and apply the
proH'r remedies fur the correction of the
How the Sub-Treasury Works.
The Sub-Treaury, Inaugurated by th
lata locofoco Legislature, haa been in ex
istence about one year, and wa have to
record the robbery of the Coshocton treas
ury of over $21,000, beside the robbery
of numerous Township treaauris of sums
ranging from 500 to 300.
We now have to record tbe defalcation
of the democratic Treasurer of Fsyette
County, for the aum of 8000; and the
CinctnuuU Commercial of Monday in
form! u that the account of tho demo
cratic Treasurer of Clotmout County will
not balance by over 11,000. A enon
GEO. E. PUGH
Is making the most desperate effort to
secure his return to the Senate, Deputy
U. 8. Moralists, or some other under-trsp-pers,
have been detailed by him to visit
every doubtful Representative and Sena
torial District in the Stnte for the purpose
of influencing the result. He rnskea his
mean go as far as they will in paying for
their aerviren, and the ballanee to be made
up by appointment at Washington, and
other little job. Watch them closely for
they will resort to any mean to carry
Sad Accident on the Railroad.
On Friday last, at 13 o'clock, Thomns
Lasy, a stone cutter by trade, and a very
industrious man, wa passing along be
tween the tracks of the Samluvky and 8.
M. Si, P. railroads on his wsy to hi din
ner, ana wnen near tho high atreet bnitge
hearing the Sandusky train apprnschintr,
he stepped over on the track of the S. M. Si
tram which wns also approaching, and
probably supposed that tbe noise all pro
ceeded I rum the Sauduskey trnin. The
consequence was that tho a. M. 6i 1.
train killed him instantly, severing his
legs and arms, and cutting his head in
MONTPELIER, Sept. 8.
The vote for Governor in 71 town
stands: For Hall, 13,815; for Saxe 6,133.
The same towns last year gave Hall, II,
400 and Keys 1.C3M. Hall s gnin, there
fore, over Inst year's vote In these towns
1,01!). Returns from lfi5 towns give
the Republrana 114 Representatives, and
17 Democrats. In four districts there is
conflagration occurred in this city esrly
on Saturday morning. 1 wo whole blocks
on Granville street, numbering 60 build
ings, and including 13 extensive dry goods
establishments, wcro totally destroyed.
The dnmnge is not CHtimnted, but it must
necessarily be very large It is reported
thnt three men were killed at the fire.
Republican Triumph in Maine.
PORTLAND, Mc., Sept. 13.
An election was held in thi state yes
terday for Governor nnd member of tho
Legislature. The returns thus far receiv
ed indicate the reelection of Lot M. Mor
rill, Republican, for Governor, and an in
creased Republican supremacy iu the
"Small-Fisted Farmers and
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer, the organ of
the Ohio Democracy, in now edited by a
Southern aristocrat.by the name ofBanks,
of Virginia. InlSAiiho was editor and
fropriutor of the Virginia South Side
lemocrat, and waa the author of certain
articles In which the laboring men of the
norm wcro sneered at, as 'UK HA MY
MECHANICS AND SMALL FISTED
FARMERS, UNFIT TO ASSOCIATE
WITH A SOUTHERN GENTLE
MAN'S COLORED BODY SERV
ANT.' He ia tho right man in the right
place now, a the editor of tho leading
democratic organ of the State, and will
apply the lash with an unsparing hand.
The Western Reserve.
Our private advicea from the Reserve
are of a most satisfactory character, in re
gard to the prospect of the Republican
iickci in tnat quarter. A corresponuet.who
ia well posted on to political matter there
and whose statements can bo taken with
out any allowance for partiality or hasty
judgment, assures that the determination to
support Judgo tiiioLsoN is cordial and gen
eral, and that he will probably run fully
even with the foremost candidate on the
ticket. We may look for rousinir majori
ties in all thnt region, and audi as have
not been equnlcd since 1850. There, as
everywhere else through tho Stnte, Mr.
Dxnnihor commands public confidence as
n sound snri reliable ronriniffntHtiv.. nf ....
ufuo ivepulilicaii pirn.
people alike of Northern nnd Suuthorn
Ohio have heard eloquently proclaimed
from hia own lips. Individual tiltraists
may dill'ur from him on some points, but
the great maia ol the Republicans ofOliio,
and of the Americana no less, fully airree
with him in hi main doctrines, and will
accord him an earnest snd even enthusi
astic support. The West'rn Reserve.
dospito the "Abolition" devices of the en
Of the KrrHpU A. lixprndlturrs
ol Sruwit 4 ouiity, lor the year
4-IIUIIIK AllKllst lOtli, li.Jl.
AvoiToa's Ornc, f inm-a Coiiktv,
TirriM, Ohio, Sept. 1st, 1H5SI
To th Coiist or Comhom PLt a or Saks
ca CeuNT: 1 herewith submit a Kcporl of
toe receipts nuu expenditures ul Seneca coun
ty for the year ending August IOiIi, 1KD,
li. G. IIOWB,
L. E. II. dtx, Trsas'rof Seneoa Co.
To sni't ol G. 11. HemlnK late Trens.
" Irom A. Csrr, auct'n license,
" " J. Welrlck, jurors fees,..
ii ii H,,iry Wolf.
' " T. II. Rsubv
' " col. on duplicate Dec. IbiS, 6753 75
" " fioin tinea and costs fO 74
if iut. on svrplus revelilis.. . 6 O'J
" " eol, ou duplicate, June lr59, 3557 11
Ttvcrn license , 497
Br order redeemed
" interest on sains
" Treas. fees lor rollovtiaf dup. . .
" " " on 1254 50
" am't p'd for sdv. dr-liiujuatiit liat.
" tax re fun. to J. it. Nigliswaudcr.
" balance on band
To tmt co'l. on dup., Dee. 1C58.
" " June lf59.
By order redeemed
" interval oil tame
" feet for collecliou of dup. . .
" pd for tdv delinqucut lut . . .
" btlauee oa ksud
To amt from O.ll. Homing Istetrea Sty 90
" eolleeied on dun Deo Irb. . . 3647 39
" " " Juu 159.. 14t3 15
By orders redeemed. .. . .....
Interest on sanio
Fees tor collection of dnp..
Fd for adv delioqueat list.
Balance oa baud
Ta ami of O H lleminr, late treat. .
' eolleeied on dup IX e iN'irt. , , ,
" " " Juu 1S59....
1 4H9 3S
By order redeemed
Feos for cotleetiou of di.p .
IM for adv duliuqueut list. .
Uulatio ou baud ,
TowxHir rt KS.
T am collectcj on dun Ic 1NV-.. .
" Juu 1M59..
Pt sait over'pd br G II Homine.
for cot of dnp 69 on
1 d - sdv del a IW 7 41
)nlcn..(,,rm,1 19!l7 !'.
llalaoc u hnd M!H34
M.S. . .
To smt of O II Hi.it t trt. .
" colloculon ds, jKia. . .
, " J-ne M.9...
" from special tsx per Heputilic
. 14 in
By smt fc for Col of dnp..
" pd for lv debit list. . .
Il.il on hsnd
. 2:115 It
To smt from G II McmiiiK late Ires. 3(17 13
" " show lb en.rs f.l) 'Jo
" colon dup Dee IH I257fi 11
" Jane lKiK 604HM
" lot on School land from Individ. 10li:7l
State.. :tH4 4
" State Com school fund.. .
, I5,7 ao I
. 39 :t
. 2lt:i4 M
By Irons fees for eol of (hip
I'd for sdv de In list
Onlcrs retleemed ....
llslsnce on band
rtiscirL or school la'io.
To smt nf (I II lleminp;, Isle tress. .
" of os ners of latidi
By treacurer's fees on $1.19 70. .
101 60. .
smt carried to State account.
lTairr or SCHOOL LIIID.
To smt of (i II llcniing lata tress. .
" from owners of Isnds
By treat feel colleellns SHH9 84 ... .
suit carried lo school account . . . .
To smt of G H Homing law tieas.
By trens feet collecting JliO.
smt carr'cd to Stat sc't. . .
" " bclioul au'ut. . . .
rsra tusnfik ri'NO.
To ami of G li Homing late treat.
By orders rsdoemed. . ,
anil ou hand
To smt of G II Ii arm ing late treos. .
By anit to State account
To ami of Q II Hvnuniiig late tress.
" from pedlars
By tress fees for eol 3 50
aint carried to tUit ac'ut
To smt of tarera kc'K'rs
By treas fees for collecting $5. .
ami carried to county so ut
rsiNcirL or st sri.es bktexuk.
To suit from U Kdw.nl ISO 00
By anit carried to Stale ac'ut lr0 00
INTKarST OH SUSPI.VS a VIM'K.
To smt Ir-in G Ktlw.ird 151 fl
" KDsrit( VV CsiiipbeH'sboud) V2ti
Br treas fees for col .144 C!)
smt carried to Stale ac'nt
" " county "
To amt from G II Homing late t'tns 104 00
" " show lu'cnit n ti'J 20
" " principal surplus rev. . IhO 00
" " auction (liitii s 1 41
" pedlar's licenses 6 33
" piincipal school land.. 22!NI!IH
' " iut.siirnliis rer 157 95
To uett anit lax of le5H collected . . . 35025 10
By amt over wld State treasurer. . 3r-l
pu htate treas as per roc ts, vis
r or sinking lund.
general revenue fund. . . .
" stst eom school " ....
" dist school library ' ....
" principal school land. .. ,
" " surplus r
" interest " "
Dais nee on baud
501 1 2M
BECiriTVLATlOX Or SALUNCS IN TaKlrUSV.
County fend I3I9
Infirmtry " 307 74
Kosd " 3i6l
lowusliip ' 828 34
Corporation " 3.II5 lH
elaail " 14.T.M4
KreTurplke " II 53
.Slats 107fl 45
Of Order drawn on lh Geueral Ccuntr and
Cuatt In crimiaal prosecutions. .
Post office account
Gas fsr court bou
' lllursa "
Statistics of hsy aud oat
County I' liming
I'uruitur for oourt house and jail.,
Trsatpurution oa laws and books.
Livery hir for eommltsionert. , ..
Prorccutinit attorney' fee
Clerk's fees. . . ,
Procate judge's feet
Superintending bridje buildinc . . .
Repairs for court houae snd jail. . . .
Safe for treas' office & traniiportat'a
Clothing fur prisoners
Survey aud view of roads
Blank bonks and stationery
Cleaning st. in frout of oourt kouM.
Building and repairing bridge
Witnesses befur fraud jury ,.
Riptuse of elections
School fund. . . -
Corporattua fund t
Treasury viamiuatlon. . .........
Km I fur court bvuie and jail
Cost i Inaaus cases
Corouert liuuetti it post mart. ex.
Insuratic ou oourt boas
Seaec Co. sgricul. society
Kspease In arresting Kufu Mo. .
Redemption of Wood Co. laud. .. .
Township 'ress shoo I settlement. .
Mapping tps for dittrial assessor..
DiaUicl assesor's feet
Reordins; mortgage, Huron Co.. . .
Townebip assessors fees -. .
88SJ 73 I
67 472 51
AvniToa'a Orrict, Sikscs Cuntt:
Tirria. tlhlo. Sept. 1st. 1P59. (
I certify Ihrt the forriroiiu i eorroot.
k.. 0. BuVV, County Auditor.
Tnti Stt or Ohio. Sinsc Ceerrv, 88.
I, Qeo. S. Chrisclip, Clerk of the court of
(. oaimnn r less, da nsrsby certil j tost in
foregoisg is correctly copied Iruia tilt original
report made to this office.
4 97 I
- Witness my hind nl ths seal
I a I of snid Court sflied this 9ih dsy
j " - 5 mf Sfptemher, A l !-.'..
-"v - OKO.B ( TtniHTLIP.CIk.
sepl6 4) I! W. M. DiUlino, Dept.
IV of irr. "
Tho Annrml Meeting of tho Hoard
nt lltrwtnri iM M-mlrt nf th- Pnf Cnmn.j Ms.
taut In.sr.rw I nmp.n j , wmi i nt h nfSr
the f-t-r-l.rT, Is 1 1 Hi n on Tlmrtrl-T lh 11th ri.r of
1 lol.-r, IK-.Q. Y.I,ANII,Ho.
Tiffin, Prpt. Kill, IWtOSw
Great Bargains in Land.
Th nr.ra't ""I flt rlle sscilna at ths
Jnnf of lli 'inrt llno.t, In Tiffin,
On WcdncBilny Sej.t. 28th,
(If sa .ll.pftt'll nr.rHWernl prWMll slwml twvstt
iwrp. 4 Innd, .itttnf ed ftn hFtlf tall, south f Ttttm.ni,
th Mohawk Rottil, ea.t of Jn.lr WaLh's tt will
ol.l In ont boH T or In lot. or t o or three sere, lo .nil
p.trrh.r,. A plat ol the nme ran le .een al the of-tl'-e
of 'I otol., Ili I'o. Al.o on Ill-lot on I'till.ae
Hill- t-ery 1le.1r1.Me fr a haihlmi lot. Term.ea.f.
Thl La rare opirnrlnniiy ftir perwnl wl.liinfbull.l-
inf anutde el Hie cite iiii.io
n. TOMB, Aient.
Gunrd against Fall & Winter Fires
iMsn cirrriL, i.ooo.ooo,
AIWOI.I'TK ANI t KIMPAIUKI).
NET SURPLUS OF 952.181,72,
And tbt pnutif of 4U yenr acrtia and ximuvik-.
ITWARDel iV l3,O0O,O(0
Of'Oitst havtlttn pMid Ity the A'Anm lnuranc Oum-
puny in ih bmt ft 'fly yn,
Th vala or rcfmhla ninrainri will b appMrvBt
frm lb fcllnwitij
i.osm.i paii itv iiie .i:ta
DL'KINO TIIK PAST FIVE YEAltS.
ln rihio, . , t'3i.ve.-:i
WlH-nn.ln, . ltnl.a..,llT
Kenlnt-kf, . fl lr"OH. 40
1 !.. I. . -4..MH.e4
Itoea Si Minn IMI,3I4S
In Mtchi(Bn, 1W.IM1,1
Inilinna, - Ma,K3ll.1l
Illinois, . 14f,n.';.41
Tennet.re, . ST ..IIV.'.M
Kan. a. It Kb. IM.IM.,;?
I'.na'a k Va. JI,.V.
m . m. j 1 rP.. ..ruin". . .
Mi,.iflil anti Alnl.aata, 5'V.4t,IH
Arattn.at A 'iv ':3,tl4AIl.1
Fire and Inland Nnvluation.
Riik. acceitrj al lerm. rnn.l.lenl wita solvency and
I'.ipecial allenlinn (Iven lo In.itrancs of Dwsixiifos
an,l rnntent., Tor term, oi 1 to 3 Teat.
The aolnl aer.tco Ions anil n-ve..rnlly Irteo, aniline
many ailvniitnfe. the lina Ininranro t'on,iany m.
.rf.e. in il. line, .hnttlil not l oierlooaeit hy tlio.e
remlv In In. ure anil aniler.lamlinf tlietr tie.l lntare.it.
iltirini- '.lrinfenl lime." lite nei'ei.ltv lor relialile
Iti.ureni-e heenme. an imierHliee dull III ability of
tntieny owner, lo aattain Ion beiuf iliea much le.a
Afenrie. In all llie prlni'lat riliea anil tnwn. thro',
onllhe Mule rnlii-ir. i..uril aillmnl ilelii)-, by any
ol'the ilulv atnlinriieil Arent of the IYniany.
CeUu.lne.. attemle.l lo Willi ile.iet.'l, ami Rilellly.
I.KtlN AKU ADA .MS, Agent.
Tiffin, Pepl. IS. IKin-.lm
Another .evolution is I'jioa Is.
A New Season nnd New Lifo
I. animntlnf every henrt with theplea.iirea oflhe aeai-
on, ana Willi mo
CHEAP CASH STORE
Soudcr & Carpenter
Ik Iow ltriiiKFillrd
Willi a Full and FasliiuiiaM Slock of
Fall tfc Winter
(lirvtil frJiii tli liml of lh MarLt,couipriiir
Tlao XSciEtt Oooda
manurettiml in lit fimr qinvtrn of ihm (slobe, in all
vt laMrt of
Dry Goods, Curjietinjrfl, Oil Cloths.
Mattings and Ladies Shoes,
(and bailer than all the. Uoooa will be aoldl
At Astonishing LOW rillCES,
Among th rnoit prom in nt auiiclo any b found in
Pich HrorMiU, (,immelon and tiripd Hllki; RtirholT
iii tl lo(l.l H iuk. lrn .5 en. to ilul. varii.
5(HI0 yards Munlin l.aint, all now tyl1 fro at 10
cnt lo il a nr.l.
lOUOyardiof Trinia wnrrarJcn Mndtlcr collcra, for0
ent a yard.
IHOO jranli ol Ramnint rnnU, woilh 1 t yard, i?Mln
for H eviiti.
SbMiinp and Hliirtint, an nft!M variety, and at
ftncoa that caat b Mat.
S Ix ex -vikT 1 & .
A boat .V-ft ilnuli, till, brorba Camel Hair Tbibat
Itallaa, blanket trliawU, lonj nnd tqoaw.
Carpet and Oil Cloth Rooms.
Tat(rT nrnfl?U, three ply ingrain: An and inper
fine Vvnilian oUiped cotton and wool tilling.
Oil Cloths, Mattens, Ituos.iSrc.
J7Lt It be remembered II t roda are all new.
Tbia itor waa opened in April la l, with an entire new
itorh, and with the iminrnie Fall Putvhae It now
pfienu the ntat Inviiinfl a -"ft ment In iheoitr.
I'leaM caJlantl eittmi n at No. 3 S tin. whan hlek.
SUUUEU k CAKI'ENTtK.
Tlftls.Hepl.aj. injutf "
Vo ator ? llxplos I o nu!
Non-EiplofllTO Burning; Flnld.
HAVING pni-ohneedihsi eiolntive rlyht to mannfao.
nd ttt tho NoS K(fl,hlVli liUKNINtl
M.I IU AM CAUHUKMb, lot Tiffin and vicmitv, I
now otlrr it fur ! at a in He more than I have hereto
lure tultl theoommon kind. 1 hia duld haa been in
in otott of tho New Kngland low na, fur lh two
yeere, and ba tn.fr gene an invenipiuoii belurr the
"trenklia ntititaw and Urr ol fhaiiuai'tot Phil
adelphia. 1 am rotivini-ed thai it may be nurd with per.
fcot aaletyt and will not eaplotle undfr any cimumian
in ihe ordinary ate ol liurnine r luid. I have fully
letted it ntt-rii in Ihe pretence of many cit latent; and
all pronounce it ol ihoalnMMl important-v lu every laml
ly aa a
Safo find Urilliant Light!
To Iboa who bar herotoforo prefermt to burn oil
r it her Utve the riah ol tho eiplotivn of fluid, I wotild
av that ihe article I rw-wiuutend lH RKAt.l.Y NS
K.Vn.i IH1VK, and may he aaed without ihe tittei.t
MMlbility nf an accnlent. It ta ad in the iinUnpl
u Mfanoa bttnai nf eltaid.
friMi, HUeents per (railon or 8tl eenU a onart,
atj rho only jlao in It.i ei'y whrr the fluid waa
be had taat the Omjt H lore of J. T M.AHul'AHDT,
on Market atreet, 3 doon below the Davit llooee, 1 if.
An. Ohio aw t'. tf
LAND FOR SALE.
Tho eobarrlbor eteera for aalo
44 Jk Acrit ot'.anl,
waet lT th. lau JIIIIN COK, dee.a.e.1. It beinf the
pan f Uail ivia Siai ia the divlile ol hia lather', ea
THE LATE THOMAS COE. DECEASED.
Thia land b va Wealolb iuptvvemeaU wiib Otte) and
Jvin.ttg lh l' roe at.
The viarnr eiWra HQ and Mrtt there ia a
Bnidy, tho aad U aore to bo aoid tog ether, and 9U IB
low are all aitugether. Term nle eatr.
JO.SIAM r. UAKER,
tUei-ator of J, t. foe, dfi'd.
fortooaraa addieaa aio iLiouhtke TlAn I. U.
Aaa War, Pilif, aainM Muhaol H Mooro, U Pt.
Itekare fetot avenueauan, J. P. of Venjca townhip.
rtonera County, Ohio. Ou the V4th day of A a.!, A
U laid iaaliuo iaaaad an ortler of Attachment la
tho abovo action, for tho imai ol' atiiytwo 47-lt) doL
lara. tfaid taw ia aljrne irtti the Hth dxy of irii -,
ItOtl, at I o'clock, a a, fof tiual heaitajr
hi M f ; ri Li-:-. ' .: ,.'V,J
V1,.' !. - , v a VmL' i ' if 1
IncorporMrd 18 4 hnrlcr rprprtiml j
. -, .
Emu- the Million!
y ... i a . . - a
JUST EECEIVED AT
Th 1Trf t turf ftrtfil l'Tmf nt Tf .fffrrtl In tr
pitbhr m tlitiritf. 1 vr h'lf if ifil. I rMll 9
emlnr hfntr pnr rimiiia l hrf. Tt ImI
wr prch?ii ?ery low, tnrl will li
sold cheat roil CASH
ni PT. Now )a j-osrtitnt for Dtrii , Xf,
i If- . Jl.-.i -,n:T: - :
FOB W000 OR COAL,
WITH A SAND OVEN.
This 1 the moat vahiaM lnipnvemrnt thit baa
ben maxle In talking fetovea during the aat twenty
TIIE SAND OVEN
F'oUi a the lirnt on th" anrno prlnrtplt aa the naif
tH et.v of ant lent rt iion n.
TIIE SAND OVEN
Rt t.iln thr h.at ttma: after the fln- hu gotv? out.
fcniotiT the Sand Own, la abi'ud nf all tNiiMetlton,
With Ui and Drrn. U 4ut of n-arh .rf tbftn.
la Iba tnoat arvnomli-al an1 durable HtoTC In the)
IT a a ni -at pvrfect arranwniint fur HrtilUnjc.
tl.-ate wntft for the lUtlilmt i;e..m. Art., aa qnlckljr aa
any ttuuico ami at half the wot Wr fuwl,
Will do more llnklnir, llotllnt and Itrtdllntr.wlthaittTets
quantity ul fuel, than any olUur Cituve or Kautftt,
la ma ttTUYB,
po ant Ml to examlae It 1
At York's Stove Emporium,
Ta the pin e to gl yoor Htovaa for Charchoa at School
Ii thajitaca to get yoor Frnit t'ana, Jara, Ita.
! Hi. pl.ee lo .t .oar CORN 11ABKETM.
KsWiiNi. aLoiaC. v
f ' i-as": ,-..a ; -"-A
la l. pl.c. t. you' Uf.ii and Coj.per K. tWa. s
YERK'S EMPORIUM,-- ,
Il lh. ilac. o el your Tla Wei.
YERK'S - EMPORIUM,
I. Ihe pi. re for Ho... Keeper, le t'l a lip t.f. roe.
anil Parlor Clo. .. aad all Uieir Bo.ra ...I kiuk.
.. a.rJw.r. i y oooea .nu i r
In Fact York's Emporium
lathe plare to pel evert thing in the Biore, Ti a, Cojr
(WaC'heet Irou ai d limiii t urn laiiir g Uta.
York's Mammoth Tin Shop
la U pla.-e to get your rJptmtiiig; aud JobbinrT do
Yrk'a Btovo Kmpoiiuui la Ilia LaiywU I-
a-nvltoa ol the kn.J ia utno. rad often is-ta4
iH.rvil lo iim.4iria 1 il. m tejil. W ItW,