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Per Aunum.--In Advancei -
6, WesVlfiftlj Strc,- Ciucinnoti
.,HEW SUMMER. DRESS GOODS.
Silks, ;rsLTNTs, na iionacUci.'ng
Wbicli llJ ill "itlj cltBRp'for cast;
Thy lo o ipleridi assortmotit of
CARPETING, OIL CLOTHS,
r KUGS, MATPi fa,;'
ik tli will cheapr 11i:in uny oilier
Ileuso in (.'iiiciniiBti.
lot fry aim cUt Marsai.i, Uko'c.
Jit i'iflli-.Slre, Ijctwecn- Wulnul
Jan. 8, 18fl,T lr.
. A NEW MEAT if E
KET IM EATON.
WILSON & MEYER,
WOULD NOTIFY Til K J1KIT EAT
ING citizanx ut1 Katun ami ricinilv,
llmt tiny have just' opened a
M E A rV , S. II O.X1
On'e AEON 8TEEET, One DoorNotth
-of ta Jlagle Hoielj wImu-u tlmr 'iiiioco j
to hare constantly on hand N'n. I 1'i-rt' ninl '
the finest Mutton and lict Fork tlifit th t
country can aBoid. They tro d tcrminod "
to meat the puldic en goud terms (or tho 1
'Ready John('' and a-i!; a liberal share of j
jatronajje. . ' . I
GILMOHE & CAMPBELL,
(LiconacJ by lbe fl.jvorimiont,)
, EATOX, 0.,
nromptlv atten3 to the nroiocu
-tion of Ciaimg for Pmiiiiiins, Arrcara
'.y, BountT Manor, ii'.. on behalf ol
rv clainiantH, 4e.
I l, in eoniiliniit'e with the hivr of Cun-
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also kcp on hand a general a-nrt-.1'
Revenue Stamps, ami arc pri'iared
cute all Coulraetit, Lenses, lieeds,
igea, and other iuutnmieiitM reiiiiring
with iieiitue.ii anil itiFpnteli.
i y rt Ojficf tt the 'old. (
i f.j J GiLMORK i CAM
n, Jan. 8, lBliS. tf
E subscriber would respectfully call
e autntioti ot'Un piOifio to IttJ large
Of iPiSLOIt, TdOI!,
i called the
celebrated I ook
B ''Empire, 1 -
-Uore tbatcanootrb snrpjstd, by anr
f4h (lie West. It hat tbn largest flncJ,
' rg!rt oren'ind 1fnviift plates of nny
j. The renowned and beautiful Coot
. ..!... I il.
?aint4fit't4elt, regutft(p¬ erjunl-
-a j ... a. . ' j
'-y any other stove.
"Parlor Cook" is a new and beautiful
; in It yon hare a completo Cook and
f all kinds usually kept iu n Tin-Shop.
'utnp n-elio'rt notioe and -warranted to
give satisfaction to all.
All.Arilra fn T?,in!r! .... ...... 1
WINTERS & ACHltY, '
Nerth Baron St., between Main
: tJORDYKE & JOHNSON
, ...DEALERS IN , ,': .
Furnaces & Stoves,
AXU M.VXrfACTirRKltS Ol'
. Tin, Copper, and'Sheet Iron Ware,
CITY STOVE STORK,. ..No 77 Mais St,
Richmond, Indiana. ,
JobYr'oilvdoneby Experienced. Woikiden.
C-iTCooU, J'urlcr, Chunh 4 Sli( Stoves.
. August 13, 1803-Cm.
A compound renwdy, deoignrd to lie the mo-t
cflectual Atttratict thnt can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of I'nrn Sarsaparilln,
to combined with other wbstaneet ,of still
irrcatef altciative pswrr as to afford an ifc
tiTO- nntitloto for tlio ditnaT:Hrf(ipaiilla'i
reputed to cure. It Mievcd that.Hiicb a
remedy is wanted by those vho suffer from
Strumous complaint.', and that qno which will
Bicnmplisb their cure must prove of ininieiifi
service to this large class of our alllic tcd fullow
lilisms. llowcompk'tely tbi compound will
. do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the wort case to be found of Jjie fallow ing
complaints : '
hei!on:i. avo Sonom.ocs iijx'i.ixh,
ICurrriDXS 'Axii Kiici-titp. 1)isi:aii;s, Vu-eih,
l'iMn.i:t, lir.nieiiiis, Ttuom, Salt. IIiikiim,
Si ai.o lh:n, Svnni.n ami .Svi'mii.itio Ai
ri:cTi0N4, MnucuiitAT. li:;r.Asr.. Uuui-.sr, Neu.
it v'ciA oh 'I'm Doi r.oenr.rx, Druairv, Pvs-
I'tPSIA ASII Is'UIGCVrlftX, JillVSll'El.AS, Jlos
on Sr. An'tiionx'h l'liiivnnd indeed 'be whole
diss of complaint') iin-ing from Imi'I'iiity of
T1IK l!li.1l). ,
L 'ei.:. ... ...mi i V . -
iini "ui imiiM wm in) lo-.imi a great pro4
! otr. of Ji. nliK w;bw taken in ttepri8.
OAper thc foul humors uh'.cl, lest, lta
bWlatthatwawnofthevi-nr. the time
ly expiilnon of them manv runklin;
ra inppeil in tbo bill. Hultitiidcs can, by
the aid of tbii runcilv, siw.c .'seinselvcs from
flie enduvnnee of foul ernptrmiv n:i:l ulrcrous
sores, tlirfiub vybirb ths sv.:.'ui will (.trive.to
rid' itelf ot eoniiplioiH, if not a'ssi ted to do
tliH through the nntitrnl ibaiiiv.l of tlie body
by an nltetnive inediiine. Cleanse out tbo
Vitiated blood whenever you llu.l its impurities
bursting through the skiii'in pimples, eruptions,
Or. sores; cliAnse it when you ibid it is oln
Itnu ted and sluggish in ths vein ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Uven where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep tb3
blood healthy, and nil is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disoribrcd, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or luter something
must g wrong, and the grc -Ticli:iiery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
fcarsapaiilhi ha , anil deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. Jiut
the world has been egregiously deceived by
IMi-pniuMuiis ui . ii, p;iruy neeauso 1110 uni
.done has not all the virtue that is claiinci
for it, but more beenu-e inany preparations.
pretending- to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or nuy iiinig u.e. ...
Dining lute years the public have been nits.
l by large buttles, pretending to give n rpinrt
i:'-'t of Sar.-iiiai ilia for one dollar. Most
i .... .T?i Ik'CU finuds njion the sick, for
in not willy contain, hit:", u any, bar.-Jtpa.
liila, but ol'en no curative properties whatev
er. Hi nee, bitter and painlul diinppointmcrit
has followed the ue of the various extracts if
Siirsaparilhi u hieh ibiod the nmrket, until the
namo itself i.s justly despised, and 1ms become
synonymous with impo-iiiuu nnd cheat. , Still
wecalltliis compound Sie-sapaiii!;. and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall .-escuq the
name from tbo load of obloquy which rests
upon It. J And we think wo have'ground for
believing it bin virtues which are irresbtible
by the ordijinry t un of the diseases it is Intend
ed to cure, i In oriler to secure thet," complete
rraaicntion from tlie Rystem, tho remedy should
be judiciously tukcikiiecording to directions ou
ths bottle. i. ,-. ;, . - . : .
, mcFAiten nv .
DR. J. C. AVE It A CO.
LOWEI,L, MA88.; ;
Price, 91 per notttc CU Uottlos for J"..
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat niidLuny CimiiAuut, that
it is entirely unnecessary fur u lo recount tho
evidence of its virttios, wlierorerit lius been cm-
ployed.. A it has lung been iu . constant se
throushout tliis seotion, wo need not do moio than
assure the people its quality is ltrpt up to ibo b'ot
it ever- litis been, and tlisi ft may be rellwl dn to
uoior laeir renci au it lias ercr uccu round to do.
Ayer's- Cathartic Pills,
v. '"'ToiTnBctntBOF '"' ":
Goitlvtiun, 'Jamulhf, Ii'iqiepsia, ' jnAigntion,
Dijsmtmj, Fbul Stomath, BrynljMa, Ilmrlw.e,
PiVmJ Rhcumnttsm, ErniHions mid Skin Uiteatea,
liter- Complaint, Vrouif, TeUef, Tumors (Uij
Soft RheUM, U'oriM, , Uoul, Xcuralyia, u a
Dinner Pill, and far Pnrifiinj the Dluod,
' They aro sngnr-eoaicd, so that tlic most sensls
tire can take tbcai pleananllyi and tlicy are ths
best aperient in the world fur nirtlic purposes of a
ftunily physic. - -
frloe 25 oenti pel Sox; t Fi
Grest numbers ofClcrgymcn,
menVend, cmiiAnt pi.riiiagoHjliiv leift their
iiuqivw nrwrtH(Vnt.-Mnllinnilv.(lH!llllllCSSOI ineso
rcmeilies, but our space liero n ill nut .iieriuit the
insertion of 'llikieiiUlMl.nv named fur
nish urutisoiir AsiKiuoAN Almanac in which tlu-y
e tKidrolea riiU-deurnitiMlie almve
complaints, and the lia.itiopnL tl.:ii i,..h1,i u, (,,.
lowcu lur thcu cure.
Do not'bo tJut" off fry mnrrrrernti' rii.a'iprs
other praparatioiit the, iii4k. jliutU oiu
Ajciuana Ainu n, ao lilio no OltierS. AT.0 S2C.i
want tne oct aia vmmt fur tftcai, sad the v thouW
HULBURT & PLUMMER
HAVING tnkeii tli Grocery
formerly carried an by f .
Shat'uer, would respectfully call
the attention of tho public to their
well sclented stock of ,
UltOCJE HIE S,
eucu as- ...... .
Coffee3 Teaj Spices, Candles,
. ' FEUTS. NUTS, CANDIES, . ..'
FLOUR; MEA.L VEGETABLES
MUSTARD, BAK'IKC PO'WVERS, ,
FJSir, SALT, CHEESE, RICE, SOAP
VINEGAR, COAL OIL,
BROOMS, BUCKETS, TUBS,
PoiCiki; isiot, Lead, Caps,
ii AJteiy wab.b;' '
Forks, liakes, , .Axes, . .
Spikes, lvn:vc!, Holts,
Locks, ' Gimlets, ' Srnils, ,
I And iv host o1 other articles Wo' nnnrotis
,.,,.,.,,.. n,... i., ... ,
l?t ?? ! lV ' P '
! ' f lta K f
'h' C.rocei y, which they
the Very best ort
usually kept in n l'a m-
hev ure detecuiinid lo
As Cheap as the Cheapest!
CSiy"AU kinds of Country Produce" taken
in exehanpe for Groceries.
ngnst 27, 1863 Bin "
Still in tlio ITicia
iins h it returned Irom tho "Quce
City"- with u largo and varied stock
'llolhs, Cassimercs, Tweeds, Vcstings
and a larxe lotiof .; ; .
TALL BQQBS :
.i - . .. i... . . i . : ' ... (s,
rnieh he olTers to his r nnmsrnns e nst mnr
at ns li V rales ftsenn bo bougbr'nnywhero.
fiSrAli kinds of Custom Work made to
order, on the shorlcyit notice.. ,
Tho pub'.ic aro. yuited to call at his old
stand, oi.oosito the '''National IIotel."And
c.iiminrf lus stock, , , ,
Coma along, come nnnf, make no delay:
wime irouivcry Bamlot and village by the
wnv- " " ' '
Cenno aud buy tho cheapest Clothes' lhatevor
. -yon did wear,. .. ,
All irwifnlel to fit yon neat,- snil ' .'Vithor.
r , - !0F. ALL K1NLS .
tfcj Also Wnrehnnflfl Trimlm
iettat Pressns. &o. '
Fairbanks. Groenleaf & C o.
172. Iak? Street. CHICAGO.
'ali 'in Cinaiaiiati by Tu.iuun Jt"ii;aBnv.
6 Bo cafeful frr buy oiily Ihe gnuirin ',
' Pit' ' '
The'.'ijni.terswii'ed wl'6Jrosfdos .)''" 'lujfcs
SimlkCOBitof Lat6n,l!i'no.w-.t)rcriirH.to dc-
llivor.oiir quanHty,,of jl'wvhcs, "of the boat
rVaftetle.t; Tit'pricoS ranging TrlSm ?J 00 io,
i2 50 per buihcl. . Serttbiin vW-opdl-yi
AJ' tr'iee iu th-j l'rtr.
REUBEN WESCO. EPITAPHS.
[From the Logan Gazette.]
[From the Logan Gazette.] On Abraham Lincoln.
ham l-iiicoln ; '
igjcr, and lur nis nai
Tlis own old Fonl is now in chains,
lie' freed the nicjer. and for his
On John Brough.
The body of eld John llrough lies here,
His soul' niarclied on,' we all know whcr.e.
From his lips 'I'll be d d' was often heard
And Satan has taken him at his weid.
"Honest Old Abe."
Honest Old Abe,-when the wat first biin,
Denied Abolition was pint of his plan ;
Uniicst Old Abo has titicc oinde a decree,
The war must go on till the slaves are all free
As both can't be honest, will some one toM bow,
If honest Abo then, he is honest Abe now.
A Lullaby for Broughites.
Kockaby Hntiiim and round like a top,
Vbilc C'ary is blowing, your chances will
When Vai is elected your stock will Ibou full,
And down will come Anderson, Wuodrulf
LETTER OF HON. C. L. VAL.
LANDIGHAM TO A FRIEND
AT HILLSBORO. WINDSOR, C. W., Sept'r 1, 1863.
".'Mi Dear Slit.': I received your
letter to Say,' nnd thank you for it.
. 'I nm wateiiing the couise of the
Ohio cainptiigu, of course, with
deep hitorctit, and am gratiiicd hct
jf oiid measure to sic tlie noble
struggle which the rtc.oi.ilo are rni
Lkino to recover their lost liberties.
need, not say that I. am still
more rejoiced, if possible, to ob
servo the daily accumulating in
dications of suceess. One lesson
niflong-many others, a tritinuih ac
tho clectiou will teach -nil men
how little confidence 'xjlilichuis
have in the Intelliircnce and virtue
of the people, and yet how much
.i. .1 - i i . . . ,
incy deserve, unci new "rear, mo
power of the people Is, when they
are determined to put it forth. If
public men would always do what
they bjhevctl to be right, aud do
it cour.igeou.sly, they would til ways
have the support ot tho people in
the end. For all 6tieh tho might
aud-runjesty ol the "sober second
thought," is a high tower aud sure
rock of defense.
" 'iKhilo our friends aro making
sd gallant a light for coiiKtiiUtion-
ij liberty and tho "Union .88 it
was," the enemy of course are do
ing the best they can. ut no
Wonder that at their meetings the
numbers are small and the enthu
siasm sti IT less. "Shoddy," and
Shoddy's wife and daughter arc,
of-course, always there, and very
much enthused. Hut debt, taxai
tion, war, conscription, crnanclpai
lion, peculation, aud despotism arc
not calculated to call out the pco
plo;'or to make them very enthusii
astic. No wonder the county conii
mittee3 are not able "to give notice
to the surrounding country in time
to get out such a 'meeting s win-
.?! Among other things,. I notice
that the Abolition State committee
have assigned to that dirty dog
JoHJ Siikrmax, the part of abusing
me in tlio canvass.,' W ell, it;is all
right! That's all that the fellow
is fit for. And . it-' is tiot the first
time that a party to a suit,' having
n;very btul cause,' has dmployed a
vulgar pettifogger, "just to bullyi
rag tW-Qthcr side' Dut it is soinc
Hjredit. at least to the Abolition
party, that his meetings seem all
A Iwi (.a mnf nn i 1 1 1)1 ii ii vi'vhni'J
hi9 snceclics and himself are in
J. see, too, tb'vt Charles Anderson
as. ambitious .,. volunteer
cmins'er,"' to bu'ldo'. the 'aforesaid
l- - - i . - ' . : f - i
"Ttrn Tvlii'ti-nifi'ir I lrmLrn' hii-rrn -il
lowanco for him, becatrio t'tarlce
Is" ft 'ivery -',uncor:uln "iffuantitf -a
J .111 1 V I 11.11 I. . ....... Mnu ,1
flighty gontlemaurnhoe-' -hrniiuU
not very s&t'l&ly Jt'tvoliol-ed" inahlsjin
skullicap. He says he don't like 1
hiv "low Dtit-rh irtmo." Well, he
i.aX,1sMftPi Mm. .Of
docs not know that if tho name
were "Dutch" at all, it would bo
'.'High Dutch:'" Uut it is curious
that wjiilo tho sensitive Charles is
so oiieuded at my name, ho is desi
pcratcly Qtiamored wi
d With, the ilclicato
lint there is no ilispu'nhg ahotft'
Charles is facetious, too, about
my "exile." A stranger who did
not know Charles's peculiarities,
might think it odd that he, who, a
little while ago, whined so pilcoim
ly about his own exile from Texas,
would ut least have spoken with
some bhow of gravity and decency
about others. J5ut where one who
boasts that he was "born" a gen
tleman, becomes ambitious to be a
blackguard, nothing bolter cau be
expected; and Charles is brave be
hind the hacks and in tho absence
of his opponent.).
I aim glad to know one fact, at
which 1 am sure till our friends
will rejoice with me. The Dcmoc
racy in every State in the Union,
tako the deepest intercs in our
soccess, and we have the cordial
sympathy of all of them iu everv
If I were- not .interested in Ihc
matter, 1 would profoundly regret
the "divisions" in the Democracy
cf Ohio. There seem to be throe
factions there just now. First
"Tho Democracy,'' who nominated
a ticket on tho llih of Jciuc, at the
head ol which I liud my own name.
Next- "The "War Democracy," as
sembled ou the 17th of June, and
nominating that 'Tifeilong Demo-
lastly Tho true Deiuociacy," who
met iu Cincinnati the other night
and issued an address. cry strange
indeed, fnat th "War Ucmocrai
03" and the "True Democracy"'
could not "fuse" at tho lfamiltun
county convention, on Saturday,
tho yth tilt. : Dul could not some,
thing bo done to unite these fac
tions of the Democracy, in support
of the ticket ol the 11th ol Juno r
Why not?: Tho Democracy
ought to be "one aud indivisible,"
and I think the support of the
first ticket nominated, would bo a
h ir compromise. John Brough
and every other "life-long Demo
crat," I do not doubt, would agree
to it, if they would but reflect upon
it, and then have the courage to
act for themselves. A unanimous
clectiou iu Ohio would produco a
powerful cilect. Tho oll'oits, there
lore, to induce U rough to decline,
ought to bo persovcrcd in, lie
knows I was uoininated,, lirst. and
by the regular Democratic Conven
tion, and as a "life-long Democrat,"
he has no right to "bolt."
' Dut go on wilh tho good work.
and let old Highland give her pro
mised majority ! Jl y kind regards
to all frienda.
C. L. VALLANDIGHAM.
JOHN BROUGH AND BENEDICT
"a conspiracy to betray into iho
hands of the eneiny'his country's
Stronghold of defense again--t tlie
Tlic parallel between these Worth
ies is ipiito Complete, save in one
jvofnt -Benedict .Arnold was a
daring and rccklcjs soldier, while
John Bitot: i;h is a coward and a
sneak. But iu other characteris
tics they resoluble each other.
Arnold fought fur a long time
tho ranks of the- patriots of his
day for the maintenance of person'
liberty, ireedom ot .speech, lreci
dom of the press and the rights of
white men. So did Bkoi oii adhere
tho same cause, according ty his
own, blateweuts, for nearly a life
time.. - ;
But AitsoLp, in;thc hour of sorest
need, descrtet tUC'eous pf liberty,"
and wpnt'over to-thc- edemy : and
i. e 1 1 " i.i "
ijtwt git nits joiiowcu mo example
his "illustrious prodecessor."
Ahnold,; not only . deserted, the
cause he had uplicld,'but ;:ngagod
inroads of tyranny and oppression.
fio DnouoiT, leaguing with. other
con.sitrator.s Jike hintseU, has la
bored, and is now laboring to be
tray iitto, the haiids ot 'its . ioliticaf
enemies tbo only bptlyrirk vfour
country' safety hud ' tktfutisc n(
Auxotp,-aftcr his base dcierti'ot),
inaligneil and ridiculed the men
he had beforo acted With and call
ed bis friends, and affected to bate
and despite the cauae he had be
lore battled for and maintained:
Buocon imitates to tho lottertho
Shining black example. -
An.vgLC allied bimeclf to the mnti
who wore usiny military forces to
rciostublbih a monarchical wile over
thirt whole country. ...
lir this particular the identity of
the traitor of 1780 and him of 180?.
id clearly established, and makes
them one in heart and soul rf not
in coinage and intellect.
Martial and Civil Law in Kansas.
JIayor Anthony, of Leavenworth,
was picked up summarily by some
United Stales soldiera in Kansas.
Mayor Anlhouy is a radical, "the
sf raightest' of the sect. Ho didn t
like this high 'handed piece of milu
tary interference with ih; civil au-
Mavor Anthonv's ftienda rudu
cal Kepublicano didn't fall in love
with Urn ihort-handed way s jldiers
have of dispatching business. Oh,
no ''. of course uot. Their ox was
cored thi time. Martial law was
abominable thing , civil law
was a . very sacred thing.
Mavor Authony trets released-
Mayor Authony comes homo a
"wiser if not a better man.". He
makes a speech. Let the telcgrafit
"Mayor Authony returrcd this
evening Hundreds ot citizens
went to meet him. He addressed!
the vast throng for two hours,
giving a statement of the I acts of
his arrest, and denouncing Ewing
in bitter terms. He said Ewing
had agreed to revoke his orde'r,
declaiing martial law, aud that ub
dctcciivo should hereafter arrest
any civil ofiker. Every body. here,
without respect to party, denoun
ces the arreit in unqualified terms."
Certainly. Civil officers must
not ho arrested, the order of map
lial law must bo revoked ; every
body denounces the arrest in un
qualified tcrniB. It is too amu
sing. B'loplo won't forget vilher
what a terrible military outrage
was perpetrated iu St. Louis, yu
an Abolition editor one McKec,
of tho Drmorraf. Oh ! how. Ihit
Abolilioti sheet foamed with ruga.
These vandal soldiers ! this: outi
rage on law ! this .infringement of
Iho liberty of the press ! It is the
saino old story. The law imist
be trampled down aud the -citizen
hold all his rights nt t-ho' moio
caprice of ome man whom he.has
temporarily put in office, but Veep
off the toes of the thrice sarcred
Mayor, or skirts of
the saintly Abolition; : editor; . tr
you will ru'ue about' yon, adverse
swarm thau chased Tarn 0"S hau
ler to the "Tveystane." '' - "
; It is a in era question" of ;"i"hos9
ox" with these Intolerant- patriots.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE !
, I'LEJ '.;,,.
Free Men of Ohio ! Eoep t hei
fore tlic ordci -loviiig and lawiabit
ding 'people of your ''Stato'That
John BkouCh, on Monday evcWng,
September. 7, 1363, Baid in a errcoch
delivered at the west trout of vour
tato Capitol f , ,, ' .
if IP MR. ' YALLASDitfli Ajt
WERE ELECTED IT WtitLT
lilv HIE IXAUG0R ATION H)P
CIVIL WAR IN OHK)
' 9s.Tora Thumb is aUon'tTo retire
to private life on a fortum-. ff hvo
hundred and fifty thotrsaml dollars.
I'li not your trust in mouey,
hut put your money iu trust.