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S SEPT. 13, 1860
V FOR PRESIDENT, i" '
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, .
" j ,". Ot Malae.
SUPREME JUDGE. :
J Jacob Brinkerhoff,
OT RICHLAND COIHTT.
k ' ; f ATTORNEY G EN ER L,
l : James Murray,
if . -. o wo'in corKtir.'
'MEMBER ot BO AD PUBLIC WORKS
; Levi Sargent,
-. j -. Of TCPCABAWA8 C-l'MTV.
fOR CONGRESsTTlih DISTRICT.
Valentine B. Horton,
or MKio-i couKTr.
Presides t Klecmrn L.rilin Suite at Inrgr.
FRED. II ASSAURECK, of H milt'on.
JOSEPH M. ROOT, or Erie.
CJKaRKSSIoHAL DISTRICT. .
1st Disti ict B. Eggleaton
. . Tbe Ohio Eagle of last week speaking
of ike distinguished garman orator, Mr.
Hassaurek. held tie following language:
"The Germans of Oil city doti't look, to
Black Republican infid&t fur their politi
cal knowledge," "Hassnrek the Oerman
Infidel &c: V - '
Gentleman Editors, e hare to' say once
foi all that if yon desire to' drag men's re
ligion into politics if yon d6sire to maite
private character an isstie r'n the coming
canvass, re will accommodate you; we
shall have something siy ubout iho use of
"strong drink" where it may hifYt-i-we
shall have something to say ubout "infi
dels" in high places and near at Lome;
wc shall have sometLing to say about the
"robbing of the treasury" that miy be un
plraRnnt. You have needlessly arid shame
ful'y intuited both Mr. Cly and Mr. Has
saurek in their fiivate capacity; yori
may press ui to a point where forbearance
ill cease to l e a virtue.
. Id " William M. Dickson
3d Frank MeW hinney
4th John Hiley Knox
6trr ' D. VV. II. Howard
6'h ' D. H. Murphy
' 7th ' " Nelson Hush
9ih JohnF. Hinkle
; 10th - H. S. Bundy
1 lih " Daniel B. Btewurt
12th IV P. L. Baber
J 3th John Beotiy
14th Willaid blucum
15th " Joseph Anko ly
16th " Edward Ball
17th ' John A. Davenport
19th " Samuel 15. Philbrick
SU.t Norman K. Mackenzie
Auditor-MILTON D. BAKER
ciork Valentine cupp .
Pros. Attorney Hi. M. CLARKE
Kheriff-C. M.L. WISEMAN
Prolate J udgu-SAMUEL JACKSON.
Cotn'rel JAMES PICKERING, lull tern
f JOHN GKEIH, snort term
Coroner SALEM WOLr
Surveyor-JOHN W. FLOOD'
Recorder GEORGE W. EDGAR
In. Director S. 8. HAMMOCK
if The Deraocra'ic Mass Meeting to
be held here ou the I Dili inst., is one vt
a series of meetings, to bo held in this
Congressional D strict, under the ' direc
tion and at tho expense of the Hon. C. D.
Martin, and intended specially to advance
his election find to counteract tho succes.
fut mass meetings j'iBt held by the Hon.
V. B. lloitoa. ,
Posters in large type for these meetings
have bent if sued. We have befure us
one for the Perry County meeting, to be
held at Lexington on the 18th iust. The
speakers oo that orcusiou are Payne,
Siambaugh and Fink. No otlur name's arc
mentioned on the bills.
Martin ''Fairfi-ld popular while-head
ed Boy," "rich in mental gills and noble
impulses" (vide O. Eagle) It's name is
not there not even hinted at:--'evidcnt-
ly it 1ms bofii purposely anJi'.cnt'ronally
omitted! How is Ibis:
Were we not assured by the' Eagle thai
tho "re-nomination of Mr. Martin was
hail, d with shouts of tpproljirtion, and
vvniild receive a hearty support from the
Democracy tliroutrhout! the district"
when the truth ol the matter seems to' b,
that in Perry his "shooting and hearty"
supporter will not evm placo his name
in the potters hie money pays for, nor ex
pect bin presence at the feast his means
provides nor ov,en grant him the slight
courtesy of making his bow betort litem,
rtor ef hearing the "siiouL" of his "hearty
ZyTlic Judge discussed the priori
pie of popuNr sovereignty, by argument
and illustration, at soma Jcngin, alleging
i hat a Vcimi'iiter who goes into a Toni
tory is just r.i eapal lo ul self-govurnmi'iii
ns whsn he remained at homo." Judge
Douglas in lUirling'ou, Vt.
Is it possible 1 Well Judge W your
priip sitiou be oorrcut in ptactiue us it is
in theory, why did you voteaga list a prop
o.sition to give your Vermonter a riht to
vot fur a Governor in the Tmitory as
' he doas in Vermont? Why did you dony
him the right to fiamo his own organic
law (or Constitution) as ho doei iu Vt?
Whr did you deny him the light to vote
for the JudgfS in the territory s right
lie exercises iu Vermont?
If your geinlemso fiom Vermont 1ms a
righ'. to self government when in li e ter
ries, why deny him 4 representative iu
Congre a? Why duoy him a vote fur Pres.
ideut and Vice President of the United
States? and why Jo you compul liie goad
citiHiis of Otiio to pay (in iHil) the tx
ponsei o( your Vcruiutter's government?
If you believed the people of llm Terito
lies were "caiable of silf gov rnuieul,''
and had a right to govern th mat Ives,
why did you say in your speech mi Hie
President's Message, in the Senate of the
United Stairs, Don. 9.h, !8ft7, that "the
people of the territory hud to (owr ex
cbpt to peacably usscm' le sndy ,elitlun (W
gnttfur rtdrtii of grifvancei ."
Why did you insist that if the people
framed a constitution bt foio tho pnnbage
of an enabling a t "it was null and vo'ui"'
Why did you say that if the people ns
sumed to themselves the ryhtux jmu-tr '.o
make a goremueut, that the omuij lion
was na set of rubellion tleit "wjht
to I put down ly mililct; J'ura." Why
did you say that the Tcriiiohul Legislit
ture had no power except wlmt it derived
from the act of Congress organizing tlinn
into a Territory?
The Eale of last wtek with its uhual
disregard for truth, asserts thit Mr. llor
ton eudorsed the Helper Dunk. When
lie Eaglo asserted this its editors knew
that Mr. Horton did no such thing. Thy
kuew that the Book endorsed by Mr. II.
was Helper's Compendium of the impend
ing crisis, and not the Helper Book to
whieh ibey had ref.rence. They knew it
wasaoentiiely dtfeftni and diet iucl book;
thai its contents consisted ihieRy ol 'sta
tistics, and quotations fiom Washington,
JeQeiaoa, Cloy, Randolph, Lee, 11 ury ,
Woi.strr, Madison and all tae fathers of
the Republic, and that it contained nous
of the objeciiouabl matter conla'ued in
the Helper Book of which the Eagle talks.
Shame on such meaoucss shame on bUth
attempts to deorive Its public
When Mr. Mahtii was btfere tho peo
ple, at candidate for the plaoa he now
oooupies, many Republicans voUd for
him out of personal oonsideraiiout. He
was elected by their votes. As a reward
for their kindness, be, iu tho only speech
he ever mado ia Congrots, denounced
them as "fanatical," "tectUinal,'' at "fis
unioniiti," and abolitiouUtt." Will any
be found with so little sell respect at to
repeat tLt compliment?
jtjTllie Eagle of l;iSt wetk contains a
siMirrilDuffnnd conicmptiblo editorial uo
tico ol the Hon. V. B. I rton. . He is
cullud t!ie ''wealthy grny headed capilalitt,"'
ami li ias opponent Mr, Martin, la termed
the ';oor whit-htadtd But." And in a
mean, indirect manner the charge is
made that Mr. llorlou ia rich, and has
furnished nvuiiB and bought up voters to
d feat the "poor little innocent white'
bended Boj, Mr. Martit.."
It is palpable t) every resident of the
district that Charley Martin is bound to
'go up, sou indeed irom appearances
will nut make even a decent race. Under
these circumstances the Locofocos are bo
coming desperate, Burly, petulant and in
They ure tb Vd'ng . Charley unoierci
fully in his porkut, and will make him in
d-ed a "poor white headed Boy' if they
don't atop it. Why Chailey had to plank
down $50 to furnish the uniform (!) and
li ni p for lie Little U. ants that made modi
a funny display last week, And n th
simple (that's so) and nont (oh my) and
appropriate (v?ry) uiiifotm," (vidu 0
Eagle) would be dar at 10 cents, we in
fer the trenvury is not yet cxhnuHtod.
Ilaraliu aad the Homestead.
The Eagle ot last week with its charac
teristic meanness and disregard for truth,
asserts that Hannibal Ham i.rs is opposed
to the II6mestead measure.
: The editors of the Eagle k'u'c w tha't Mr.
Ha&i'mn was in favor of the Homestead
Bill they knew and dare not deny that
HAtf!i!AL Hamlin voted for tha Home
stead Bill agreed upon by tho Conference
Committee of the Hoube and Senate.
Tl.ey knew and dare not deny that
Hannibal Hamlin voted for passing that
Bill over the veto of President Buchauaii.
They knew that Mr. Haulm's reasons for
voting against the ';Srtnate Bill" was that
it was ntf Homest?ad Bill at all, but a
mere cheat an' I that G. A. Grow, (Ikp.)
if" the llouje, had reported a Homestead
Bi 1 thtt was genuine.
In 'the same No. of that paper it is as-
sc'rted that the Homisteid Bill received!
the hearty support of Judjo Douulas in
the Sena e'. -
The fullowing fro'm' 'he Athens Messen
ger will set both Mr. Douglas and' Mr.
Uam'.in right befure the people: .
On the 17th of FobrUM.ry, V059 (App.
Loiiij. Globe. Pari 2, Page 1074) Mr.
Wads moved to postpone prior oruur.anas
to take up the Homeetctu liill. Uo this
motion Mr. Hamlin voted yea Mr. Doug
las dodged or it may be' "he had tub
gout. This was Urow's bill tur wincn
the Repubiican vote of the U6use, with a
suh'ary exception, was given soliu. ;
tgaiu, OU (lie same uny, wliju n vuti
was take;, to kenp ths Homeste,ad BiH Be
fore the Senate, pane 1076) Mr. Hamlin
voted pa. Mr. Douglas dodged or it
may l e "he had tuo pleurisy.' as id
the other instance all the nays were Dem
Atrain, on the enme day fpage 1076)
nn a motion to discuss the Consular and
Diplomatic Bill instead of the Homestead
Bill, Mr. Hamlin voted nay. Every af
firmative Vole was cast by a Democrat.
It was a tie vote; und the Vice President'
(Breckinridge,) voting- in the affirmative
tbo Homestead Bill was, for that day,
oveibhughed. Douglas, as uBual, did,
not vole perhaps "he had the dysenteiy.'
On tie 1 6Ui day February two days'
thereafter Mr. Wudu, of Ohio', moved
to I nke up tho Humes iflud Bill, hut the
motiou was nCL'atived. Mr. Hamlin, and
nvery other Republican voted iu tbe af
firmative and, us usual, Douglas did
not veto.. It may be that ''he Dud the
bowel coinpluint." ' . .'
Agax, on the 25ib of February, pay
13C2) Mr. Doolittle moved to postpone
the Bill (or the ncituisition ol Cuba and
take up the Homestead Bill, and upon
this motion Hamliu voted jeu Douglas
in the ttyiiltvt, the latter preferring "nig
gers for the niggetlees" to "Jands for the
lanoless,, , ,
This was the Ust effort mndd st that
i in a io got up the Homestead bill iu the
Senate. The Republicans, including Mr.
1 1 iiinliB, endeavor-, d to get. it up In all
f.jiniB and nit all occasions, but were over
poweicd by the Domocints. The itf.suo
was well ilclineil in . all tliene votes llie
Republicans representing tho righiS aud
interests of frte labor, and tho 1 emocrais
representing the pretensions of Negro
Slavery. But wo proceed wits llio rec
ord: . .
On the 3d of April, I860, (pvaf 1008)
on a motion to pos'poiie the Senate Home
stead Bill with a view of taking up that
of the House, Hamlin, voted yea, the
Democrats voting my.
Ou the bill ot April, page lobO) on a
motiou to postpone the Homestead Uill
for, the lndiau- Appropriation Bill, Mr.
Hamliu vo'ed nay, unu the Democrats in
On the HUli of May. (jxigc 2012) en
motiou to substitute tho House Bill for
that of lU Senate, Hamliu voted yea, and
the Demourats in the nrgtttiit.
The Penato Bill, it willbe remembered,
proposed to iant Homesteads to actual
settlers, at S5 cents per acre, but not in
cluding prc-emptort then occupying the
publin lands. The minion it) above, to
tuiMiiluie tho House Bill for this mere
shadow uf.t Homestead failed and theSun-
this question, as on the Slavery issue, is
tliat he "don't csre whether it is voted ud
or voted down,' and thai hit Democratic
brethren word utmost universally with
him. j? '
Dmocrats of Old Fairfield!
Msnv years ago; through the columns
ot tha "Ohio Eagle," my name and my
communications were familiar to yon.'
To be a Democrat is to be a nuns, not
fi nam merely, but in prirrciple; suppoVt
ia(r tho right, opposfng the wrpn.
To have been a Jackson Democrat,"
manv 61 vou were, implied honest coavw
Who wocto bays Bslisveo oOit Hkp'ort.
Had we two months since, prophesied
that lietiif B. Payne would turn Kansas
alirieker. wo would have been accuaod nf
nmie.ociiuor a aflniat ion iLem lor i ur Jail. Itions". aiVdl the coura'trs of taking the re
. . . . . ' -i ..i t.. .....i.
Uul it is even so, and wo musi increase isponsioiiuy iobuhiioui vm,. ""i"""
o will steal our ,ol this cast, ot the pure Dtooued, I now
lion proved it. Thit year ioe git nearly
200 votei more titan that year, -- - - -Vote
of Aaaoal Electioa.
. I MSA... 1B5T.' ISSN. 1850. 1800.
County 3233 2917 , 2969 2821 ;
Hock. tp. 632; 648 ' 604 68 :
Bernatp. 303 264 295 298
Tho whole number of votes east at the
late Primiry ectionbr sneriff was 3,368
and of this uum'ber (2l were east in Hoekt
lnLr and lierne lor Dlillor. rJow, sudoobs I
our ehriekB or Mr. Payno
thunder ar.d drown our voice. But what
is more, .Mr. Payno goes in for '-Bleeding
Tbe nbovo is fron tho Cleveland Her
ald, a leading Republican paper,7- whose
editor is evidently frightened, for ho says,
"we must increase our sAn?' or Mr.' fay ne
will steal our . thunder and drown our
voice." . ;
. Mr. Payno's publio birranguts, uiado
at Columbus, . in Indiana and at other
places, agaiost tho administration, aro
highly eulogized by Black Republicans
in every quarter. AND ''HIS IS THE
MAN. THOUGH WE BLUSH TO SAY
IT. WHOM THE GALLANT DEMOC
RACY OF OHIO CHOSE AS THEIR
STANDARD BEARER, AND UNCEA
SINGLY BATTLED TO ELEVATE TO
THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE
IN THE LAST MEMORABLE CON
TEST, AGAINST THE SAME ABO
LITION SHRIEKERS WHOM HE IS
NOW TRAITOROUSLY SERVING.
AIDING AND ABETTING, IF NOT
DIRECILY, A-T LEAST, lNDTRF.Cf
LY. Retributive just will t e moted out
to him by these whom he has thus de
ceived nnd so fa'sely betrayed. Obio
Eagle, March ll, 1068.," .
We wonder if this M the s'aaio Tuit.
Payne who is abounded to enlighten the
Democracy of Fairfield county on the 19tb.
Will the Egle anewei1.
jtifTlt would seem to le a concerted
I plan, on the part of tho Douglas men of the
West, to molest, dud if possible, prevcut
all Republican meetings by our German
fellow ciliZ'.-ns; in proof of which, we quote
a few instances us given in tlie Indianap
olis Journal : ,
"When A'lbsr't Lang'e,' a quiet, retiring,
rnnffcnslve Gorman, the Republrcun can
didate for State Auditor, undeilook' to
make a speech at Newbiirg, the sceoe of
tlie la.e munlerous attack on tbd Wide
A wakes, be was called a liar by the same
Douglas leader, Sol Coker, who idiot the
Wide Awake, and insulted with indecent
gestured Iron) the same worthy jidividul.
"Within a few days of this. Dubois ex
hibition a moro shameless but more cow
ardly one w as made at Fort Wayne, where
the Democratic-lenders twice appointed a
pole raising at the sniie lirad'artd place
tha. had been selected' previously lor Mr.
Schurz's speech, and ended their unmanly
interference by parading a parcel ol row
dies round ihu'liaH wl.ilu Mr. Suhurz'was
spe iking, to shout and olnrrtbr and finally
to tii row a oaboage ncau turuLgn a win
dow at him Wiih' violenco enough to stun
app ai. '..-. . ..
The Democratic primary orgniuation
implies equal power in its members, from
whom the conditions forming the com
pact emanate. And when the conditions
aro violated lbs power of the institution
ceases: This principle is so wo1 estab
lished as not to bo denied, and my pur
pose is to apply its truthfulness to tbe re
sult of the late primary election.
That the nomination of JAMES MILL
ER was a fraud, an imposition a gross
iusult upon the democracy, no one can de
ny, i Therefore, as a democrat, I feel it to
be my duty in vindication of the righu
and usages of (he party, to oppose his
election. Not that I had then or have
now any ambition for office; but seeing,
and utidert landing too, the great responsi
bility of opposing the element of bis sup
port, I could not ask another to do that
which I have not the nerve to do myself.
Therefore, I presented to the Editors of
the Ohio Eagle tlie following notico for
publication: . ' 1
'To tbe Democracy of Fairfield County:
Nearly thirty years I havo been identi
fied with you- ia the support of party or
ganization, the perpetuity of which, alike
with similai institutions must depend up
on .tlie pririly of the elective franchise. '
The primary election institu'ed to test
the strength of the ctndidaton of the par
ty, by a fair and honest expression of it
mombers,' must eoru'roenoY itself to all as
being the proper way. But in tho late
election there was sn outside influcnoa
v . ,- r A Free Fight.
X tXi wtimtf firJleU Cmlf OiiV- i
. Uuollelwa by Meodt.of mr ows free will
na aecord, I prowm mjruir u aa ImlepantlenV
C.ndldate'Mer the offlc.or County Audllorthli f.ll
nil In Uolnt ap, some brore yo u r.a thould,
leTlng that integrity ud eiclu are the only per-.
'l'Oilloe neMry lon..seklng ihe olBco In whleh.
plre; and which I noil earneitly eolicltat yourr
We OOold shut tnt eyes to the'tlUth and I'nlrty-fonr yon,heeor helJomr., nor horeto.
.i . ir .. - lii ... I rora nugbtone el the haadi of the people. M nnl-
say that If tnese veie ull democratic votes m,-.u; rOJ the eomnetuot diK.,rio $ hrrunon..
would it not oe conclusive mat tncre naa
been a combination with Hocking and
Berne to the prejudice of the other Town
ships in the county? look at the vote
for fehenll: see bow evenly throughout
the county Bush and Weaver runs, neck
to neck Bush coming in ahead. And
who dees not see the nomination . fairly
and honestly belongs to Bush? , . '
The aggregate vote at the late Prima-
ille rul eoiBiprtteatrtthe eiir,e of rf Aonllorof thle
count; aa well knewn to many ef JoV16o I hope
will be favomblyconlldered. If, by your 'uffrage,'
1' should be celled upon to menage the effalra of aald.
office, 1 tatlor iny.elf you will aol be disappointed
In theconddence beetowrd,. ' 4
Ait regardt canranlng the county to aollclt rotes
1 have neither time nor money to engage In It ,requl-.
ring aa Udoeeevery.hour not devoted to neeeaaary,
real, to earh a llvlpj for a family d(endenl urxir
the reauJt of.eiy lal.ra, an'itabare Mi J ,hv aaatu-,
ral repugnance to boringthe people wasting their
time. '-So mote it be!" JOHN C. W1LI.OCK..
i t a i . . T . 1.. !
ry eiecuon .was j.jsj, iuo uemuuuiiv fi n I I si n r- n t a i rs.
vote last fall w 2,821, which Kives to D K.;-; U N D E K W O O D,"
Miller 402 over the vote of last fall, which
fairly may be preumod to have been Re
publican votes. Deduct 502 Irom the Re
publican vote of last year as a basis of
their vote this fall, and it leave Wiseman
892, which will be about his vote provi
ded Miller can tuattin his Republhan
vote as at the Primary election, which is
very doubtful, indeed. Now take 502
from '962, Miller's vote, and wo have
460 Democratic votes io the county cast
for Miller, which is still moru doub ful
j!. fin J'ji .t .
ui omcaicn, viunois. ue eminent ana suturui opo.-a-loroo
the Keand Ker. whoae ronutatlon Uanoian.
sleety-known throughout the Vnlted Blates, will ar
rive Iu Jancasler, u.,en rriilay, September Hlli. auil
may be consulted ot the Cook House, that day only .
Dr. V. being Jl regularl) educated Pbysiclauand Sur-,
genn of theord school, end barinffHii arr experience
of U years in practice, wlltperforia any operation on
the Eye and Eur necessary to restore slghtto the blind. .
hearing to tho desf or by otberadequete means to re-,
more any diiesse of Uiose useful organs within the
reach of science aud human skill. 7
TtTfljo charge for eiaiutuaUon or eonsultullon,'
Laucostar Auc 30, lSiill.
Feraone afflicted with tha Fever and
Afflict should not spare either lime, troublo or ex
pense to procure Dr. Hoitafr't CUirtlii Bilttn.
n.in,i-r Sfin frnm thn vnla of Rnali 704 n cimi iwch upon mo system nas neon
DeQUCt OtU irom me VOIO 01 BUBn, .(U ceariy proved to those who Unto been lrkfc.iju down
loaves a majority for Bush of 244, and tnhortpace or ilmo by this dreadful curH. -wnoao
.!. j.j',j f.m W..o'a C.KC. )'' n htu raesgre end whote.jiiirlile ar
viiruucumiDuiiuiii unv, v . mw, . w . sioepmss situ restiens ana wiime eyus;.are dim ami
lmajorily ot 19b lor Weaver. .,
. , '
' Slioiild Capital Own Labor.
" We h'liev capital eho'tld own labor.
In all countries, and under every form ol
social organization there mutt be a labor
ing elate a clan of men who get there lie
trig ly the tweat of thtir brow, and then
... .. -ii - i l tr J l
Orouirnuo me lions, wmon, u sunerau to i ..,., ya .,!.. iaDa
continue, will' everituitlly destroy ths i.ist-1 d direc tht eopitai of tht e0!nry.H.
tulion. : '.,'"" . . V. Johnson, Douglas candidate lor ihe
The ttUesuon ia, if rrbt now tbe urns tV:. d..: ,r. ' "
Milu.tlmv il.ia nnnrai. ahull h ralinkd. In 1
.. Iiyiliv. ...at vw.-v. ' ,
o'i'Auy to restore the purity intended to be
secured to the fair and honest candidate.
From theso considerations, us an bum- rich should own lhe'do' That thowi-
Labiiiinr men, do vou believe that cap-
itul should 6u it lulor? Do y c u believe the
for II. V. Johnson? How can you act with
a party whose candidate avows'such niotv
strous doctrine.' ' : V .
ble individual member of the democratic ,70f tia country should control tha labor
p.7 J, . i 1 rv-. Z J oftho country? If not, how can you vote
Aug. 23dt I860. :.
'. . . '. ''
The Liberty of the Profs is the right of
all. and the just pride of every American
citizen -; ft my ooirimunication contain
ed anything wrong the refusal to publish
would havo been right and proper. I leave
the public to judge of this. And with
the confidence I have in the ihtdlligenco
aud virtue of tho people (not of political
, , OBITUARY.
DIED July 30, I860, Louisa Ham
mack, uftc'r a lingerie illness, in the 57th
year of her age. . . , .. ,.
Hei disease was' inflamoiory rhsuma
tism; and although her sufferings were
mnnli nf llm tirnn egi-runiatincr' vat she
tacticians,) I feel assured ol the delcat of ! WM q)miiuej Dy eavingrace, t endure
James Miller ib- every sbhool diatrrbt in , ,,am with eatiencd; and' peculiar resigna
Uio county.. , - .." rtori'to'tlio'harid that chastenoih only to
Is possible that the rutaot or three gkTe . Hc- fe wag truly ,lml of a Cnd.
hurdred dollars being offortd if certain ' ..ls-i' iiv'- ,ino. , ......
candidates could be nominated ciri haw w1)0 tneVT her t0 imiu.e hor examples.
Mr. I'etiir P. Itnilev'. whom :t lilt.
- - j. -- -- - . w nen ina noui nour oi ner acparture oame
"lhe-seoro samples of the rerttmcnt But ono fact which I will now state 10r WOrk was done, and iho ohctr'fullv,
Douglas men give iheir oppohenU in ,n- worths tlioosnnd ramors: that James lRnd willlout a murmuri r(JS;tled herself
ihaim. Ihey are evidences ol desperation Miller has sinos his nomination j'lecfyftf the ' ,Q tQ w Savi(jr wlli(jh wg far D8ttor.
as Wei! as inalignity, and are rtot without i Sheriff printine to the Eaitii. fAn oilier Sl j u: ; vV.-t..;,.i,'..n..i'o v.
iheir elfoct io .satisfying the people where
tho rigr.t is, and bow it is to Us supported.
Shermns had a good deal to say about
tho defeat ol tlitf lloniPSteaU 15.11. lie la
bored hard to steal the thunder of the Do
inoursoV on this question, and to leave the
' .i . I. . r i.i.!
improBsiou mat it was u tvepiiuiican incus
ura. Ohr&EagTe', Sept. 6, 1060.
The above, Messrs. Editors, is n' delib
erate, willful, nnd malicious attempt to de
ceive tie put lie-1 to pervert tie trulh;'
and yet, it is but characteristic of your pn.
oar and vour nartv. You knew when vou
. ...... i , ... I T.ntiif.r.i.fita ami ulan t.hn .loi.fnra. - Nnt
iieiintU tlie nuove, mat tne nomesieau Dili ;
V ts liriuiiiuuw isiuj ' v .v v..vv
von' uii'.lit have atnted. that he has plethi
cd the deputy siioriflsliip to 0'. II. Perry,
who stands a defaulter as sheriff of this
county, and whose bail are now sued dnd
suffering in consequence thereof. Efl.
Ga.. Ab tho circumstances" of this
pledgd are outside of the issue, which I
havo Williams frtind ot, forcing Aimer
Upon the democraby I decline to stale
them; but will give them if called for.
Tho fact, however, is a very impor
tant one, bimling the two together as
closely us the Siamese twins'.
The established usage of the Demo
on the 12th of Nov. 1803,'. She was uiiir
ted in marriage, on tl.e20tb of Nov. 1824,
to S. SI Hammuck. ., They imigrated to
Ohio in the lall ot I Cc 1 ; soon au,cr which
she united with the M. E: Cliil'rch. of
Which'she continued r Worthy momucr
until her death. , Her truly kind and at
tentive husband, and six children, and a'
very )arg circleof friends Are left to mourn
that, wlirctl'lo them is a' loss indeed, but
which to her, is entrance irito eternal hap.
On the 6th idol'.,' Sarah, daughter of
llriclmrd Thrash and ; his wife, aged
racy demand that the candidates shall be " lu.'mrQ J.u t . -t77 J
nn,L,.-n.. .,! l,n tS .hotora. Notflfa JM9 1 month and 1 dy.
wit s "Republican measure; you knew
that it was introduced by a Republican
G. A. Gaow.'ol Pennsylvania. You
knew that it was vetoed by a Democratic
Administration, and that a Democratic
Senato sustaiued the veto. You knew that
Knowing that Mr. Martin equipped
ihrrn, they aie circulating tho report that U wbh in this connection that M
icain voting for it doing ro undei protest.
i .. i i : r.! .. j- 1 1 -
Mr. Horton boi.Mit the showv uniform. ut u,",u ",M rmm,," " 'U"B-
a very few Democrats oted for the meat-
Ate measure passied by a void of 44 to 8 ro, imd that those that did voted with the
Hamliu in tho negative, and the Jtepub-. llonublicntis for a Republican measure.
snd fine lamps nf ihe Wide Awakes of
Laucaslcr. This is an untruth mnnufre
lured out of whole cloth, as Mr. Horlon
has not directly or indirectly given one dol
lar fur any surh purpose.
- .. -
Thn lloiitenleiid Hill.
It received the hearty support of Judge
DoiiK'as iu the Senate. Ohio Engle, Sep.
Well gentlemen, if you havo no helf ro
f peel il you have no regard for liuth,
I nm very much In tho eamo siluntion
with the Sonator frem Massachsctis wiih
this distinction: I am ngtinst (ho Bill
and I am going Io voto against it: I am
giing to loavc a record consistent with
wiih the democracy because he held some
petty grudge against the candidate of his
own party, but that he Khali have steadi
ly and uniformly voted for tbe democra
cy can hc havo any just claim to their
support? The man who leaves one party
for another from motives of principle is
entiled to very grout merit indeed, and
when nn organisation can be satisfied of
this his probation should ceas. But to
the plaiu question, "Is James Miller a
If his democracy could have lecnendors-
Juhuk BA-sinr vs. Dave Tod. Judge
Bsnlev in his Bpecch nt Wooster on the
28th, look occasion to give his opinion of oJ by tho Eagle it most eortainly would
it. .ip i if- :.t .i... . i:.:..i linve been done in the notice ofhis nomina-
vuia iuu. sao eiu limn neon uuiiiiur.. ,. . ....... .... v. , :!
questions, Dave Tod is well known to the
people of this State as a gump hesd and an
. . , ... f.ll. . I 1 ? . .. ! I .. I -..
my Jiiiigomeni. l tniiiK mo uni is wrong, ignoramut. ne sum uiso.
I do not think there would bo much harm 'Ui8 egotism and vanity havo msdc him
in ivnrul.iiiiiiir il. foi-1 iln lint think itlmara 1....A t. n.i..fA Anni.,..,iiiin. mwl lita
... n . . , - --.auwiu ii, ljl,val.v VV.IfVl.llUVII , Hti ..."I - , , , . ,
nn.-uimiliiniln nnviliiiifr ulinve ilmearili M,.i..,.. o.n.:. ,..mn..i wiiti l.iu 1 probationary term ol winch IS liOUOllul
,,,, . ...... .... - j q iUUIIVtllUUi-irii Dtoiicg VUIIIIUV.I81J is v as t . a ,T J t VA'i
or beneath tho skies that you can call a 1 mission to Brazil, in which he i.ever fails ut ,0 Miller, docs tho senior Editor,
. . .... i . i . . , I . 1 ... 1 a 1. 1 1. l.A V.l.xl am! f.Am tha ronium.
On the 9th of August, by Rev. J. W,
White, John Reed and Louisa' J. Lk.id!
On Saturdny, Aug. 18. by 0. W. RW
mer, Esq., Mr. Ai.kxandbr Carckntkb
nnd Miss .lizaretii Yiilson, Doth ot tins
On the 30th ult., by A. SharTer Esq.,
Mr. Wat M.nmand MaIiv Ann Kocukr
all of this county.
On the 20th ult., by tlie Rev. Thomas
Drako, at tbe residence of the Bride's
mother, Mr. Jesse Hhuoks and Miss Eliz
abeth Yenckii, both of this county.'-
By the same on the 12th mat., at tho
sunken, with rtonth ttnrlng thoin In llu t..r. Ihurotn-
pouuo miut prove n oiesHing: miuti-iiiug tiiem, us it
were, from tho iiinu'h of the gravo,.' .Kuno cnu know
lis true value until limy hnvu leatoil, it. Whnu all.
others have fulled, theso Hitlers have restored Hie suf-.
furors to pristine health. Their.poiiulurliy In ull the
Western and Southern parts should Introduce them
to ell ramllirr. ...
Hold by Druggist and deatersgenerslly every where.
EJ8 advertisement la suoUier column. ImSJ
Dr. BrOBatrn Illtted Food.
The Semond for thf unrivalled Preparat on ts be
joiid the possibility nrf a doubt, and I U sale is becera
Ing as large as that of any other article now before the
puhllc. Tensor thousand i of persons who ure suffer
ers ere now teen dally walking the streets of all the
principal cities nf the Unliui, and by tholr Influence '
spreading tha linns of I)r. Sreasea's Bloti Fttd
inrougnouiiue civuueu ytaru. Hut the trial of ono
bottle Is more convincing than all we could asy in a
whole new.papercoluinn. Itglros life, health, aud,
beauty to the sicxaud restores, ut If by niiigie. thnw!
whose were supposed to be Irrecoverably lust. We
need only to say..lry It.-.
We would,aloi-ll the attention or Mothers' to Dr.
Kato't Infantile CtriUt This ts said to be superior
loanyartlcla of tbe kind known. If vour anxious
nnarisaru peiueu oy wiiuessing ine suuurings or your
little ones. -lose, do time In procuring a boltl. . It Is
an invaluable sneciSe for infants ittothht0thairn,n.-
aud allaying ali fever and Irritation. Ry all mean, gut
tnecoruial, roueve the suderliigi or your children,
and enjoy unbroken your own tapott.Adveriiter
earf -eriasr, Britfoqffrt, Qi. "
See aiirerthjonfent. , L'' ' ' Im23
OT he PnlrcanYCinus-h Itomedv In coace
orWHOOHlfJRCOIGH. There are probably more
eases of Whooping Cough continued to great length
ol time by the use of Reinedlos containing expecto
rants, which not only aggravate the Cough, but run
down the system, making Ihe Cough fatal or produc
ing Consumption than by any other cause. This Is
completely obviated in the Universal;Cougli fiouieiry,
which contains notlilngl') prnatrutioii and theCouglt
yields naturally, while the system is sustained. Re
sults Jutlirj this de.-larution,and allure askod to satis
fy thenisolrus by trial. , . i
InpectinoMTbe Persian Fevar Charm'
For the prevention and cure of Sntr nil Jtrut sad
Biliout Fieri. This wonderful remedy was brought
to the knowledge of the present proprietors by a friend
who has been a great traveler in Persia end the Holy
While going own the river Euphrales.lie experienc
ed a sserrr attack of Fever and Ague. On discover
ing his condition, one of Ihe Roatinen took from hia.
person an Jtmulit, saying, "ffttr t kit and s Ftrtr
Kill of ifoa." Although Incredulous as Io Its vir
tue,. ; ho coniplleri,and experienced Immediate relief,
aid hn since always fouud 11 bu etectluu from sit
inalarloiiscoinplnliits,' . , ,. , ,
On further Invegaelnii he found that' the boatmen ,
attrlbiiled to it miracuoi powers, and said that it
could only be obtained from the Priests of the Sen
Hoinctlme afterwards, the geulleman In conversing
with a Priest obtained rrom In in the secret nf its re
paration, and oioerlslned where the medicinal horbs
were inumr, ur wntenit was compounded. The wot,
derful virtues of ibisarlli'le bavu Induced a lull be-
not mine minus orthe natlvusiu tho miraculous heal
ing pnwora of their Prietts. ,
. rilnce his returu to America, it has been tried with,
the happiest eSect bj several Udiea and Gentlemen
or higu character, who have given it ihe most unquali
fied praise. This remedy having been a speclAc In
Persia for bundredsoryears, for, Iho prevention end
cure of Fever and Ague and Hllloue Fevers Is now
onereil to tbo American .people.
It wil( be sent by mail, prepaid, with full directions'
for use, on receipt of one dollar. ,
Principal Depot and Maaufictorv, IPS IvTain Street,
Richmond, Virginia. Branch Office, Bank of Com
mence Huilding, Now, York. , Address
JuuoiW, lfoU lyia JOHN WILCOX' It CfJ'.'
Dr. Uobiick's Scandinavian UloodrUla
nnd. Ulood rurllter.
"The blood Is the life," snys Scripture; an snvi
Srlenreiilso. Kxpel corruption Irom the blood onii.
no dlspiiau ran exist In the system.. M y Blood Pills,
and Psnllur oifori their task eSectualiy. They are
powerful vegutnlile detergents, and cure all forms of
disease, uliicarise from Impure blood, simply bu
cause ihey remove Ihernramoa causes of disease from
the life-iusUiuilug fluid,, Hence,, their appareslly
miraculous cures of scrofula, eruptions, .tu mors, dys
pepsia, liver couipluliiii, rhoumatism, swelling of thn
j -ii ii is, ami uii unectioiis or the internal orguus, wblcli
uo not proceed from innlformatlcn. ,
irTSce advertisement. J 10
A Viiliiiiblc Farm for Sale'.'
rtntlKsubscrlharorersut private sale a 11ES1KA
t lll.lt FARM, tllnato Iu Washington Township.,'
Pickaway County, Ohio, three nnd a half miles Kul
of Clrclrville: and one half mile North ol thn Lances-.,
terlurnplke. Said Farm contains SOU ncres -JIU acres
Axorwnicliisitnprovetl, una the balance InJ
tiStm G 00 0 T 1 M It K K . If pun t lie I m pros nl part 1
.JL la GOODTWO-STOHY llRlfU UWRI.-J
word, not llio hast insinuation to his Dem
ocratic antecedents can bo found, for
tiiilliful rennnna well known to tho senior
i.-. i . . . i .. ,i l r : !..'.. ,l..rt,Aft. 1
cuitoi , on tiu must Ktiuw tuitvi a uuuiuu-
raoy to be more recent than his own, the
1.1 MO HOUSK -and out-biilldlngi nlso of brick, two
WBll. nf rnml wilier., mini, npi.lu,.,! .if till I....I. nt
residence Of Mr. David Bright, Mr. ADAM , cbolcc grafted fruit, amlngnoil Ktone Unary.
i if i,-. n... ... I. ,i. p For furlhor piirtlciiliirs. address or call on the sitb-
rtSUKItand MlSS llSIILV JiRHiIIT, both ot ,criber.l Uncmor. Ohio: or HZUKIKI. MORRIS.
homestead. The men who have taken it dopiot himsolf as a hero, have made him a
under iiicir peculiar cure, mo inu etieiiiina m gucjccl Ol lltllClile.
of tho hemcsteatl principle, and they pro
posctopess it, 1 am perluclly willing
and if none lor them, you ought to re mom- etead bill, and it is not. Now sir, it be
Mr. Douglas did nut support tho Home- which I liiink ia unjiiRt. There are thi gs
stead Bill at all. You knew that ho made 1 n "isl bill lor which 1 cannot vote.
there nie tilings that ought to go into it
to make it juxiifinhlc, to enable, me to
And this is the Ton that Charley Mar
tin lies cono to.lhe expense of importing
' ihink he can blot oat from tbe remem-
beiance of the democratic paity tho fact
that Millor, a tiuo and worthy member of
the Known Nothing party, exulted with
treat reioicinir over the defeat of the
into this oounty, Io make the 'great speech1 J whole ileuiocratio ticket? That he voted
on the 19th inst. Tod,
you ought at least to have some respect j ,wy bi(,uM (1o'.0. but ,,oy u., ug) nuj
lor the intelligence of your Biibscribers, us very fiaiikly that it is not a home-
nd if none lor them, vou otichl to remcm. etead hill, and it is not. INow sir, It he-
' tin. mi liiiiiiBut.m.l liill 1 will hnt 1-illA filr ' 1 1
er your pape. cccasiona .y gets in.o u.o . 'r. y - - - - - , u . . - - , -6!) ,10 w B 0.nilidA.e lor Council in the
amis ..I a Republic..,. You knew, gen-1 J u'S, ,1 highest Demooratio : 4t, w,rd wmi.m VeMM,iU
leintn, when you penned tho above, that nf ,,, llmt,cr lnVe put it in n position RUlu0llyu 11,9 &,n,a-
LANCASTKH COUNCIL, No. J. .Soptcmber i'. , 18(10
1.0 110 K, No. 47 !.
CHAFTKR.No.il S7 -
K.M'AMFMK.NT, No. .... October
Sepl.O, I Hun. G. srKl.NMAN. Recorder.
the "gump, head in 'r5 for Salmr.ii P. Chao, that ho voted ! n
rding to Judge!'0' that in the fall of! "
no speech either for, or agniiiBi that mens
uie; you know that when it csme up iu
any and every nliiipe, l e "dodged" it and 1
put in his usual pbn th "bi lly.scbe."
regularly nominated democratic candidate,
and beat him with Republican votes.
Ed. Gax.1 But suppoeo Miller's demos
cracv could bo even endorsed, (hero isip
' i i. . i r
the entaument , wincn, wnaievcr uny ou
cannot be avoided
Itlccliuiik-s of Lunoustcr,
You remember Davi Ton; you remem
ber the infamous bill he originated to jm-
give it my vote. For these reasons nh youor "striking' for higher migtt
thill voto neaiiiHl it
i ...I l.:.. ...... if. .n !.. T1..M I ...- .-.i,. j.
ii,,.. ...is i.i iiio.i.io.. ,. .- r..r.y yur r,y, yor rcy not bo reSOOnsible for VOUr Want ol O
op r ft t ft nppiiHft ni vniuiir HLrninL ins iiuiua- - .'i.'i,.- i j..H,;a.in ... ......
IWolas Ssir RkPi,D.ATsn.-."...r. tut n the vacord The . . . . . , t'couraK9 10 oloul your honest convionons
.re TM.tr.l,.! at nr.mrrtu , no.v, mi nn ..... i: i ... .1.. u ...... I 1 . MeolianiCS, tills BOll same 1 tlt pretlUta 0f Juty.
i i .T' -.--1 ' --" i iiouso uisniri ei-u iu iuu i-t:iirtiv nuiuiiutiiuiii , . . .,. o. a. a
-,,;.'.... :.). ul I ,.il.u. ...n.i.. 1 .... . . ....... . ... ...,..;.. D.. P. i... uf llnihuinrA 1 w. '
ry... i ..v,.u.i,. jmi iiuti y Biiosiiiuiou ineir own out - w-jm . , , r .
mill to tlia rontraiv
'or maintaining your independence; for at-j Aa like causes produced I like effects. Let
nm " Sinruui tuna Jui nvu.
ll'iieu llio owner ol slaves the same aa ..,. tie a..ml. On llm 9!lth tit Mav I This lf umn Tnii ten inuaht to Withhold
Ik. owner ol any ether species of pioperty . f WWJ on n motin ,0 d',agroo toour right,, vho taught to opprett you. WZ'X iobUud Mno't
ha a nyht tortinont to ant Territory and .i10 House amendment fGrow's bilH Mr ! i , e, . ii tion ol tickets, Out who is so oiiiio as not
r, le praty u,ith hl Speech of, Sf". I o iniforoily .lad, tU If" b'ZT7 A ' 8"-,,e ""f' " t7
Duuo Ua in Nkw (tri..unu nun e e . ... n i ... ... Ohio. i to le her on tht 1 9th tii teach , iniuoBition. tho assumed dio ation, Ilia al-
- v 1 1 - mviir ni inn iiriirinni iioiiieatenti iiiiiuni
Can a tairitorial lgislitturn exclude
hors s und catils Irom a territory? Every
bndy knows a lorrttitri.il legislature an do
uosucli thing. By what means then can
gone, perhaps, ' to see his mother."
These disagreements between ihe two
Houses were kept up till the 19th of June
... i . . ..:.. i- i... ji.. n ...r..
a territorial legislature exclude slave pro-"' ,V 1 t, . 1 ...
, , . i , . ,v . otioe Committee. Ths report was agreed
Doug'as ia again found dolging V" Democracy. Heir him by all meant
and tot at he direct.
Do yon favor POLYGAMY, voto for
C. D. Martin.
Do you favor WHITE SLAVERY,
perty, whioli, woording to DougU. ia to vy ,0th Houses-Hamlin voting in voto for C. D. Martin.
Do yon endorse ths Admu.i.lralion of
upoo an "equal footing'' with horses and the adirinative. On the 23J the Presi-
eatlle Tho tirnnnallion ta rediculous: it dent returned ths bill with his veto. Tbe
resolvoi iteell simply into this
territorial legislature can't prevsnt my
taking my horse into tho territory, be
cause of certain rights I have in him, but
can prevent a Southerner from taking his
! slave there, havini; picoisely the same
lights iu hit slaro i have in my horss,
final vote in iho Senate was then taken
that of passing it over the voto by a two
thirds vote Hamlin voting in tin affir
mative and Douglas again dodging. ,
Cbmmct ts unnecessary. The record
shows ti nt Mr. Hamlin has been a firm
land consistent friend of the Homestead
I principle, from first to last: and that the
best than can bo said for Mr, Douglas on
James Buchanan, vote for 0. P. Martin
Do yon stand by the LECOMPTON
CONSTITUTION, FRAUD k ALL, vote
for Mr. Martin.
Do you sustain the ENGLISH BILL,
vote for C. D. Mariin. '
Do you oppose all these things, voto for
V. B. IIobton.
temDt coersion to loroe a Iraud and viola
tion of the established usages of the Dem
ocratic party, admitted too to be so, is
eortainly with out a parallel. No prece
dent can bo found of suuh outrage upoo
the Democracy of FairBeid county.
If I could snpposs anything wanting to
eludioi'.e fraud so gross, corruption so
vile, io ihe nomination of James Miller,
fresh and dear as this must bo to you all,
I might refer yon to statistics.
Vote of Primary Elections.
In ISM. 1S5T. 1RSH. H5. tSOO.
County 1924 2301 2165 737 3323
Hock.tp. :19G 591 4fi9 324 759
l ernetD. 214 277 , 207 39 396
In 1 857 evrry one agreed that the vote of
Hocking wut fraudulent,, una the fall dec
i r a as w o
Imw blllmr Antidote lur gick Head.
Q ache, Dysiicpsta, Kever and Agua, A
Liver Complaint, uwivencss, g
mil X , m 1 rl I V I ft. AT
Prpraved Appetite, Mser- A
V drred Sluuiach, Fomais
nrTT.BOW a PILLS are universally c-
kntiwlFdirsd o he the be. now tnuso. AsaFamlty
loedlclusuVy sre particularly recoojmeudcd-jlmplr
aud harmlen, but hlishly mollclnal In thslr com
hlnatlon. One Fill a dose, with mild hut cer
tain I'fTects. Ths robost man and On delicate child
use hew alike, with every assurance ef entire
afctv. W ith Wilaon's Fills, every Mother u.
Ihe land bsnmra her own phyilchin. Thoy have
proieJ thvuuelTes a srxctnc, aud stood without a
rival Sr the following affections:
HKAOACHK, BRTKB oV 1GCB,
HKADArHK, SEVEB e AfiUB,
LT8PSPSIA, XJVES COKPLAIST, ,
DYSPEPSIA, LIV1R COaPLAIJIT,
Costiveneas, Biliousness, Neuralgia,
Coatlveneaa, Blliouanesa, Neuralgia.
Sold by DniggiiU ft Sealers evorywhsre.
B. It. PAHNESTOCK 4TCO.
Importers & Wholesale DruggiiU
Ke. 60, sornsr Wood and 4ta Sts. '
- sou eannimma or "
qB. L. Fahnestook'a Vermifuge.
Lancaster, May IT, 1EC0 flinsT
A hrnernlent Inttilntian fMtablitked sy Mjifrlal F.n
dawmiit.for tki Aeir tht Sick and Diitrtued
nfieltd uitk yirulrmt aa4 Epid,mie i)ieaei, mnd
.rrioyr tht Cure of lihtttttt lie Snael Or-
IHC A I. ADVICK given gratis, by the Acting
Surgeon, mail who apply by letter, with a de
scription of Ihelrcondiilnn, (uge, occupation, hsblts of
life, den.,) and In cases of extreme poverty, Alediclnos
furnl.heil free of charge.
VAI.IIABI.K REPORTS nn Stipormatorrhcen, and
other lllsfiisosof tl-.o Nexunt Organs, and on the NEW
RKMhDIKS employed In the llUneniary, sent to the
afflicted In scaled letter envelopes, free of charge,-
Two or three stamps fur postage will be acceptable.
Address, Ur. J. SKILL1N HOUOilTON.ArilngSur
genu, Howard Association, No. 9 South Ninth Struct,
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
K. I). HA RTWULL, frli'l.
ON andarterMonday.Jiiuellth ISSD.the ichedulo
oltlinurnrTrainsou this road, Leaving Luncas
teiwillheaaCollows: Eaalward Trains.
No. 1, Passenger at 1 13P- M.arrlvtiig atZaneavllla
St 3 IS P. M.,makinadlreclconiiecllons for the Kast.
Freight aud Accommodation 1 rain a t it so, a.m..
arriving at Kanesvlllt atlulSA.M. Making direct,
connertlanaforthe East and West via. the Central
Ohio Railroad. Passengersfor Columbus will take
thlsTraln. TheaboveTralnsstop at ullslatloua.
Preiglitand Accommodation Train leaving Morrow
ate INI P. M. will on Saturday night run to Laneailor
on card time, and from there resume Its trip ouMou
Ro.t.Pasnnngerat 1100 A. M.,arrtvfh'k'a Clnclni
natl4 4IIP.M. .......
w..i.i.t.. i i...Mmi.ii..m n at 7 ee P.M.
denartureat 7 15 P. M.arrlvlngut Cincinnati at BOO
Vre'lghland Aecommodatlon.Traln leaving Zanos-
.iii. . i. u u win Ai.u.inril.v nlclit run to t.anras-
fraud fr.. the'r. 1: ,
B. 0. ABUOT.AssIslantSuperliiteudani.
June H, IBM) 3tf -
RoldbvK.L. HI.OCUM, Lancaster; Hunderuan &
KnotilT, Amanda; E Kalh, Rushvtlle,
UiKOSler, Augxil.tl, isoe lylB-
Eatate w .
OTICB Is hereby given, that the undersigned haa ;
in anpointeo ;ij i"
.K.'tite ofOEOHGB W.
ualifled as Administra-
late of FalrSeld county, Ohio. All persons having
clalmsngaln.l aald K-late will presontthetn ferae ttle
menl. legally authenticated within one year and all
those indebted will make Immediate payment.
SAMUEL JACKScN. Adm'leftr
August n, ie0-Jw"l