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CITY 0 LAXCASIEE. ."
THURSDAY,' : '.: 517- 20, t 860
"Y .FOR. PRESIDENT, - -
ABRftJi AM LINCOLN,
Of 5la I ae ,.
!!.. Of MCHIASD COCPTT.
". ."ATTORNEY GENE1UL,
: James Murray,
or wood countt. ' .,,
MEMBER BO D PUBLIC v. uiuvo
, Levi Sargent,
. OF IPHCARAWAS O'H'Ktt-
FOR .CONGRKsCTut. DISTRICT.
Valentine Bailor ton,
of siijios conmr. .
PreUdent Elector fof the Mate nl I.nrgc.
FRED. H ASSAURECK, of Hamilton.
'JOSEPH ,M ROOT or Erie.
1st list.ii:t B. Kgghston
, a ! , : William M. Dickson
Frank Mcf money
John luicy miox
1 9l h
D. W. H. Howard
D. II. Murpliy
Nelson Rush '
John F. Hinkle
Daniel B Stewart
R P. L. Daber
J.ini-pli Alike iy
'Kl ward Ball
- Jol.n A- Davenport
SmUel B. Hhilbrick
N .rmiii K. Maokensie
-' -. County. Ticket.
A.ili: . -MILTON D. BAKER
Oi, k V LENTINE CUPP
Fr... ah mey Ii. M. CLAUSE
.Sn-riil-C. M L. WISKMAN,
o-l 1 1. MA villi'-.!.. JACKSON
Oim.VI J A i:ES HCktSlUNG. lull lenn
f..JOiN GUu.tR, n,,rl term
Cnronm -f ALEM WOLr
hu'rvMor-JulIN W. FLOOD
Rucord-ir GEORGE W. EDOAR.
In. Director S. HAMMOCK
THK'I'.U.ttUfc.ST 'WIUT.S IIKAIU2U
nw Sr'EE II IN CONGRESS '
In wt'l In tvnismbered thut many' Re
pu mil. uf (i, isonalcoiisiiloraliou,
vuid or C D. Maniu when h candidal
hM'ur,' iu u iDi" fr the place ha now oo-
oii;m-h.' WiiiU in Congiuas ho made on
iyflViui "H" Kiy 01 tn" Wlny m"M'
urns of rutionul . moment that presented
tbminielvHS bul a political harranyue, aim
ive in the xueuie, wlieroiu lo r-Miiri eut
ti aid lubowd n blow' into iuiporiaiies
the "JohpBrowri raid," five mouth add
it had occurr-d been talked up and for
gotten by svery half wit',ed school boy in
the country. We desire to give u, frw
Bnmpleextr'aota from this woHderfuhp.uuh
Mr. Martin said:
Mr Puaiuuim: I niur,o.n this tiioriiiii''
to HU 'ittit to ih- attention of ih committee
a few ohswrvatious on tho anoim.lua foil
dition tit the' lountry.. .On the nu iili
m r follow fiii.'.uns ami niU
LoHirthi oulh arming, tliemaulvaa for
it'fdrftnct. au'amiit thir bivturmi ami
fi)llo"-o,tiiSHn of the North. Tliey fun
i....,i,iu; wiih ouiiinlaeunitv the uoieiiain
ii.mnJ miiimiiiii ill dinunion aa a re I il i
from cx'utinrf and impenditii' evils iu tho
It it poaeible that Mr. Martin's sioinuch
could contuii. tliat mu h Southtrn dirt,
"our ftllow cit Zfii and iiuinSbom of ih
Soul It arming thcmielvet in elf defence,"
and coiiiviiiulaiing will) coiiiplntoii y"
a' li'ttulutiuti of the Union, " n-inmly
for i-xiaiing evili," tjint i lihtuk llepu-
liinniBui. TIih I'XiSUng evim that in tlio
opiniou of Mr. I.irtiu, jiistiilod ihe Hju'.Ii
in Brniing hemelf in "ttf-dfenct," und
contflmpliitinj with oomplao imy a diaao
luiion of the Union, wore, M, tho orgaui
xutioa of the Ucpublicau party u the
Nonli, an I 8d, the emotion ol'John Sher
man id'Oli'm, 8i-akf r of ll.e II iuho. The
war of " dtenct" they wi re wgina
oonaiaied in lh hurling of titior d uuu
cialiun uuou tin Union, tlireula ofdiorul
lino, f.ivil war and blood; die I, Piping of
low, dirty bl.ickguardimn upon thoir tut
.t r flhirlH io exielid uud iiMtiunulia.i hu
man alavery. It ooimiated iu their loin.
ing the Lower Home of CoiijjieHe into a
po' hituoif turmoil, coufiiituin, mid biauk
giiardism. It cenainti-d in thrrati c,
"r-nd ihv Union from turret to founda'
tion Hluue'' if John Shermun hhould he
elected speaker. In dcoUmioimtlui "if
Fremont ii tleotcd adherence to tho Union
ie Ireimon to liberty.1'
That "if Froaont ie clctml ilic South
ehoiild lay the eton arm of Huullmi n I'reo
m:n upon the lrt aury and urchivee uf the
"Thut if a Muck Republican rreaidon'.
ii eleotd we will mvor submit to hie in
uiruration." . .
- "That (he election of Lincoln and Ham
lin will require the prompt escoesioo of
the Southern Statea "
It ooneUU i tho adoption of non-iutei-
eourne resolution U.y the South in Convention!.-
to form Southern coAfudoracies,
and a thouaand other treasonable things, of
UoJ which Mr. Martin was wan aware.
Tliisis tite warfare of $tlf itftnet tlm
South wr waging, aoi "the above the
grieTan es tbn4cud them to "look with
complacency upon a,, dissolution of the
Union;' Such sttVt as Uisigni ao in
Congress among'sWa drivers tut ilwont
beaf repeating to'the freenien o this Con-
aressmiwl ;.diatru!t." faucU appoogiea as
selfdefenct for ' the UisttiB and outMg"e
heaped upon ll.e free Horlh, (luring uie
last Congress will Dot be aocepieu oj- u
inlalVnreut constituency iu UUio.. U "on-
' ..... ir..
t imUr.ndeBce dou't bi lie nerscii.
Martin will learn thislruili in -quioa
oft.. a October election.
But this is uot all. This frivolous and
h-iinklm-i anolo-!-: for the South is but a
.. 0 r ...
ihU of the oreat merit ot Air. wartm-
Soeech. In the fame breath thht blows
fortL the ttuf we huve rjuot.d is contain
ed a dowmbjhi i"ul1 lo lhe Korlh, to a
large portiou of Mr. Martin's constituents,
Hi re it it:
" On the other iJe ut behold the fn e and
properout people uf the Sorllt urruyed ly
larte'mujirUUs in tectional com'iimtium
aauinut the people oj me cvmn, im
m.iiy localities in the noii-lBveliolUiij
S'.ates aauciatkns of men ure formed and
tudtined contemjituvui defiance or me
This is beautiful. '1 lie "people ol tin.'
North arrayed l y Urge majorities, a-
guinft tlie people ol the S.rnth." "In con-
lemtuous defiance ot l'ciler;il aiitnoruj.
This elander upon the freemtMi of the
North; this blur upon the llpub.iuuiis ol
tlm 1 1 tli di.triu'.: this bending, and buw.
ing, and scraping in disgraceful servility
io the South need nocomuieiitexcpt tliiu
the gentUmau who originated i.is now bo-
fore this people for re oloolion soekmg
to B"in represent the peoplo of the north
who are "arrayed in large nmjoritifs a
gainst the South, in contemptuous dofi
hiii h ,f fcJuril authoinv.
Wo will L'ive one other extract from
Mr. Mart'n'a speech. Speaking of the Jobu
Brown laid be i-aid:
1'1,.,-i. m:iiuuiluia were doubileKH en-
ountood by lhe unpatrioiiu teachings of
the leiitUra ut the sen siyieu xtepuuuunu
party. For that party has notoriously huu
unb'.tihliiiigly employed every epiinet oi
,i;.,,ur, ,,,,., it mill evi:rv loi'lu of Uliari'U-
u. I".-. - ----J - - ? .
lesoiituiion ol tho ixoph; and liiftitiitions
of a avel.o diim Mules. . i:s orators anu
press have been too suucesbful in their ef
forU to incenue tho greai imi.is of tlio par
iv wii i h iiter iobti i v tfiwara uieir con
f, rt..iui.. loi.iliipn of li e Snuih. And.
a'a! toO'd'en has reVoiouH fanati hm bueii
i,,v,.L...l h,h1 tin. uttered at ice debased in IU
in ntiML' Bt.if.' anil diseontent under the
wl olseHouie rrstruiut of existing laws."
' have liere only to ask the "rehyioua
fan 'tici" who have "debased thtirsacrea of
ficee" by acting wiih lhe Riublican party
and opiio-.in slaveiy extension, to vote
fur Mr. M, ir.in.
. i r lABinn mum iimu uun, ..u.
.. White Men Bear -H '". - - "JK "io Congress from
Those who consider themselves W te Ant 0g t0 tUe
.. ;n i.nio ih Democratic
ticket, and those who rcgnrd a negro their
equal, will vote the Republican ticket.
U Eagle, sept. ij.
W, Ln,,w of nothing more swioisli, low
and vulgar than this incessant, cry of
"ne-'ro equality.'' It is lair to presuum
ilmt the persaus who are ao greatly exer
oi?td on that theme are suffering in social
position from competition with negroes.
It is the most tmtural mierence m '
, .J? . r . I,,, niiin F.nfila
world thut me ouiioia oi i" - B--are
some in danger' of changing phces
;tli ;liirtolored neiiihbois. It is no
probable (hat they require additional leg-
islation to counteract a movement m na
ture and society likely to elevate jhe nc-
jrro at their expense. And we cannot say
U.y are fur wrong. For if anything iu a
free Slate, a civilized country and un en
iil,t,.r,ed ace. is thorouijhly debasing and
de-radiim.'it i the habitual defense of
D,.norV nn the DJit of one whose eveiy
iiiteieet is on the side of ficedom and liee
'abor. ' '
1 ut who aro the party in favor of "ne
gro equality?" Wo quote from the Chi
cago Press and Tribune:
"Of course there will be no "nigger
-nii.rnv"-hore there me no "niggers
and aa Kie Uetiublicnii party prrpuse
nnr iiar Coirespandent. j
Nkw York, Sept. 13. 18C0.
I did not Write' you last week, Laving
. . . i. '. ti,iiTli' Home carta of
re.ary inercoi, .jwui - r - --1 ttiinn a anon .o" q
the official report) that these White and, - Und lo a bird's eye view ot
Black blAve Uodc. had Uieu - . - ,w ., .;.,, truly ,he, are
i Congressional noutnoru, . , lin(,ar,nka
re'ary thercoi, (whicU is maao a pari, uj
intervention. Here is the letter of the
alive. 1 will not undertake to give you a
M:RTlSfor White Slavery and l'olijg-
my!! The Eug'e Admit nd Jutl jies
On the 1st of Sep!emlier Hon. John
Shermun, iu bis speech at the Court-house
in this city, sid in effect that
In tho Territory of New Mexico, thero
was. when we aiiiutreu it. unu is now, a
law SANCTION ING WHITE SLAVE
rtv" OH SEUFDOM-tt law by whitfli
WHITE MEN AND WOMEN ARK
BOUGHT AND SOLDLllvE HOUSES
AND CATTLE by which white mon &
women muy be sold into SLA Elli iOU
DEBT-ulaw nuthoriniug 'ho master '.o
INFLICT PUNISHMENT upon Iiib
WHITE SERES, aud "denying the Sluvo
hoKi ing iu the couris for redress of griev
ances. This odious ai.d inhuiiiun barburism was
sought to ho swept away by tho ltrpubli
OHtia of the last Congress ami MARTIN
VOTED AG VIXST THE LAW INTRO
DUCED TO ACCOMl'LISH THAT
END, thus indirectly smcttuiiiug WHITE
Mr. Sherman also said ihat
During the last session of Congress a
'Bill" was in'rodiiuod by tho Republi
,,ins to ABOLISH POLYGAMY IN
UTAH. M I!.' M A RTIN VOTED
AGAINST THE BILL, thus virtually
aaDi lioiiiiiir that infamous and iebatiny in-
slitut'.on, revolting us it is to I umanity,
shocking ai it is to donenny, corrupting
as it is to molality, anJ poluting, as it
docs, tho Veiy foundations of human soci
The Ohio Eagle of last week rel'eiing
to Mr. Shuriuun's reinaks said:
"Mr. Sherman could say nothing a
gainst Mr. Martin, ex 'ept that he voted
ug dust a B.ll proposing t repeal coi lain
eiuolinentsof tho Uiritoiial logiatatuios
of New Mexico and Utah. TN THIS
MR. MARTIN IS FULLY ENDORSED
BY HIS CONSTITUENTS."
Is it poHsiblu ihat the Deniocraoy of
the llth District are in favor of these iV
t'anwue und in'tit'han barbarian, H77'A'
SLAVEltr ,l.Y POLYGAMY? 1
it possible that in this day of civil liborty,
nu n can he found who justify HV.tVe
SUver"y? the bufmy and wUiny vfuhite
men ami women? la it pusHiMu mat in
this ago of moiiil, social and religious atl-
va'tecment men enn be found who justify
('oitiirv olCmi. Wiilke.r ly tlio Mrllth
M iilker to bit Shot.
Nkw Ohlkans, Sept 17 Teo Spanish
vtr kliiHiner 1 raiu'ikiwi M Ahhu arrived
at Havana from Tiuxvillo on the 7th inst,,
and reports that tin iiruisii steniiu;!' Ica
rus, with a transport an I troops under
Gen. Alvar i. proceeded to the Riou Nu-
gio, where Walker aiuty waseucamped
'I' I ... I. . ... r .1.. I' .......a nr..,..il.l 1... it,.,
.... .-a llta Tttl riloi II 8 for fiee white men,
an, v .-.
...i,;u il, Dunocracv leuve the way open
for their introduction, it isdilliuuU lo so
buw the slang phrase hero quoted applies
i,. ...v other Par'V t'lar. inemseivcB.
u . i .in h few facts in this couiiec
,: ul.lrli livaa inorescocialBlL'niheence
..a H vnirr lllmn the Di inocratio party the
responsibility Ol all H O liegra eqimniy
Which prevani. in uib oiihuu ,u.
1.. II. u Suite ot Ma lie llie neiiiu in
citiisi;n. Tho Slate ol flJaine, at me tune
whnii the laws wero enacted con erring
,.ii;.Ui,liiii nnon netrioes, wai overwhelm
;....l ri..,n,irmtio. and the Deinooraiio
purty euacud thai uegrocs suuum on nn-
Iu the State of New Ilampshuo negroes
..... , ,.. r no Mate oi itew uauiu
n.M v,'."'" -
.1.; ii, tiiiiB . when citizenship was
QIIIIW, w " l
conferred upon colored persons, wmovi-r
a,l.liiiinirlv Demociaiic. and the Demo
cratie party enacted the laws which gave
them the nuht ol sullragei
l.. ti,u Smte nf Massachusetts noL'rass
are citizens. The rights ot ciuzeiisinp
ii,fil, ! ecuve fiaiiciuse wtie eonier
ru.'l iinrm Ihein hv the Democratic purty
of that Mate ut Oiu only tuns when they
ilm leiim nl 'Mivcrnment there!
UiTi nniw .. - c; .
Tn ilm ainle ill New York all colored
persons who owo worth of proper
ty are allowed to vote. The Constitution
ai Convention whioli conferred this pivi
lo.ni iinuli them was luiL'elv Democratic
b r - . , ,5' v .. ii
was presided over uy flianin van duibh,
then the gieat Diinocratio lender of the
State and tho same Martin Van Bureii
w as subs, queiilly elected Preside tit ol the
Unite' Stales by lhe Democratic parly of
the uuiioti! And at lhe sau.e limeR. M.
Johnson of Kcntuoky, wiio lad actually
married s coWid woman on the moat ap
proved principles of amalgamation, was
: ,i f,- Vi.,,1 l'roHhl-nt bv a Na-
111,111, il'i vx . - - j
tional Demo "ratio Uonvciiuon, aim eieci.
od to thai high uflico l-y Demociaiic
In the Slnle of Ohio persons of less
ihxn one-half negro blood aro allowed to
vote. At the time this privilege, was con
ferred upon them the 1 cmonatio . party
ihf v framed the Coil-
,,. - J - .
stilution which extended the right ol suf
frage to persons ol color!
Some years ngo, lhe Legislature of
Wisconsin provided for a popular vole on
the quislioii of allowing negroes to vote at
ii itisuti inn tha siunn n H wilitO liOoplu,
At this lim the Dcnioeraiio parly was
. . . uf i
largely in the majority in Wisconsin, nu
they arc n sponsible fur tlm attempt to
establish negro Kjualliy til mi oiaiei
Now, let us see what tlm Repuhliciin
parly has done in tho way of negro equal
iiv. Will any gentleman Democrat put
hfs finger on the set which couples them
with that doctrine? It is most true that
tho Repullicau party are opposed to tho
enslavement of any who bear the Divine
iiungi) and likemss. It is equally tiuo
ii,i" imii nun bn ft L'ood Democrat in
these days, unless tho first urlicle in his
cieed is.'thatho "dou'l care whether slavo
rv iu voted down or voted up." But bore
are live Stales which huve introduced tie--io
equality inio their laws aud ooiislitu
B. 1 1 -...I. ...I II... nmmlnl
lions, ami a bixiii wuoru uu-j ""',";'
m .I. c.i ihmiiih rl.n n,ir,nlu (ailed lo ratl-
fy the proposition. And not only bo, but
a,.. n.min,.riuv uf tl.n United StiiUs eleva
ted lo the Presidency one of llis champions
of the doctrine, and to t'to Yico Presidon-
i v a pi son who was actually married to
a colored woman, and who, in tho event
of the President's dealb, would have been
mistress of lb White Uousol tuiio
likely sho would havo lent giaco lo the
. ... t i-i i.. t. .. ......1 I
1'ixsidmitial levee tiune HKeiy sue woum
have received ti e foreign Ambassadors
with dignity and suavity; we have always
heard In r spoken ol ns uu accompiiBiiou
lady. But oh. what a comment ou the
Democracy and negro equality!
T....;iAr-;t Dctni'Hte. dated
t.. ' 'i n '
UOUSKOI X4K1'RK8BNTAIIV.0 v..
, " Decembcr-16, 185R. '
Sib: I have beeeu requested by Gen
eral C. Davis, of Mississippi, to write yon
a letter, requesting you to draw up an act
.. . . . nn..iit In KIuva in
lor llie proieuvioii aji proponj --
. . ' .1 . . .1 t. o m .1 . t, lift
New fliexioo, biiu causa i.uo
passed by our L"-gisluture.
1 kiuiw tnai ue his u ..
eioi. the OunAtitiition. and the decision
of the Supreme Court in tho Dred Scott
case, establishes proverty in biayea iu iu
... . 1 . T .,- 1- niVlnr. Blir.1,1,1
Territories, uui i nuns tuiiiu,"i'jj
be done ou the part of our Lgslature to
protect it. Y'ou will perceive at once the
advantages that will result from the pas
sage of such a law (or our leiruory, unu
t expect you will take good care to pro-
Imiafdiuttoly, nfter sts pies-i, you win
A Li.urrtli oni.taa tn nil thrt lirillUtUiil nuna
Uinvu vv. r a
tlm S.uitliflin Slates for public'
on, (.una n.nv tn tuu new lum
t,UU, ' ' ' w.ww vvi'j
Herald "very quick."
Very respeollully. your ooeuiein. te.-
vaui, ''' .
, MIG. ANT'OUlllJiivu..
Hon. A. M. Jackson.
Secretary ol the Toniiory of New Mex
ico. . .
a i uiit iva Vnive not the room to cive
iku. inwu fiiiiive-wf" mav it so hereaf
ter. They weie passed and approved by
the Territorial Legislature or new m
in .Tun iinrv and Fnbru;irv. 1339, and
vv ... I. " --- j - , ,
o nor that kViows the demon.
ur.;rii nf ilm Slave driver and man stealer
'r . i . mi . mri:.n oia.iA
in its worst pimse. ine nuw oi
n..,un that lCL'iilatin": masters and
...i tiit,ii,i,t nml authorises all
VVIIITR I.AlttlUIAt aiBi A3" YV7
tin rn n,7 WHIPPED BY THEIR
EMPLOYERS and denies any reJrvssJor
HUch outrages in the courts of Justice (See
4th Soc.ol tho act.J
'Pi. RUi.k S ae Oode a'lows any per
AIIV " " 1
son to arrest any one whom he may call
an absconding slave, by loice, anu
... ;.. nrncett from an' Court or
Magutrate and io uenver bucii pornuu ou
-ij t ii.o Klmiilfnf t.Se r.nuntV whieh
hft made which Sher'ff thull
IHV 1. 1 I V . i V ...t.j - mi
. mriinii ' for sij! months.
without a commHineui.jona aaveruaejur
ami it nn iiiasier (tome.snait tn
prison six months longer and advertise for
. I 1 ... II .
salet nnd at tno cna oi iweiv umum--
OVVVj 111 V w v.. ww.. ------- - .,. .
prisonment, tlio Sheriff SHALL ShLL
wnnit iRiiON nt tho door nf tho Jail
or Court Houbk, to tlie highest bidder, jor
,.., ,! hill.if miln "ahnll vest in the
purchaser s good and ind-jfensible ' title
against nli persons wrro'cvor, nm, -a-t
in,. il,A a, ,1,1 man'd iiilit to sell himsclll
TUkSit irilitimiin arid barbarous laws
inied bv Southern Slave
holders and juBtilied under "the decision
.C ilm KunroriiA ( Iiinrt in the DitEii Scott
case were brought to tue siwuuuu u.
Congress. Hon. John A. Binghum, Irom
lhe Judiciary Committeo, mtiKes a report
thoroon Rccompaniod by a bill for the re
peal ol the obnoxious sections of the acts
reforroJ to. Tho bill passed tho House,
1 in th, Semite. Tho voto in
the Sena'o wo have not gotr that in the
House in uelore us, and we uuu mm
tn,l n7 to 90. All those who voted
against the bill for iho repeal in favor
of Busiainmir these bnroaroiiB tramm
IN FAVOR UF WUU'riww "nun
MM N'l WOMEN iwre Democrut
und South AmemuM. except one; ami
all thoso who voted tor their repeal were
Among tho names of those who voted
in favor of WHIPPING WHITE MEN
AND WOMEN, and denying them any
redress in the Court's even though the
Imntiiir tin tlimn ur It 1 it i ibs. finJ iu cru.l
IrGUlHlq W wiw -
'mil thut of our own Domo-
.,-,,: i;i,,nsnnlnv0. Hull. UllUI'ICS L
Martin. Freo laboring mon, bow do you
like tho picture?
Btophen A. Douglas, the Democrats
nominee for the Presidency, in his speech
in it,. If. S Ainato on the lOlh of May
Inst boustod that under the doctrine of
"Popular Sovereignty" the people ot jseu
inirnilimd and iirotected Hid-
uu ;.l .i-w ..... w-.. x . ,
very in that Territory" 'that "under this
doctrine" the eoutn nau -eouveiw- .
tract of Freo Territory iiioio than live
times the size New York" that "under
this doctrino, Slavery has been exteuueu
e .1. . fj..,in,ln t, ihn fiulf of Clll-
1IUUI lue i-vtv v. .
foruia, aud from tho lino of the lUpublio
of Mexico, not only up to ao lei;, ou me.,
but up to 33 deg." llorschol V. Johnson
for Vice Presi-
i .... :.. n utinAi.lt mitiln hv him 111 A una
dclphia op tho 19th day of Sotcmber. 18j(i
' i :. ... i.iui...ii..rii.n. fiAPITOL
aiinouiic'-u ii np nm uwi.ui v -
LMiimi n ATOM I.A.HOIV that thore
OIIUUUI' . ,
must bo cue "class ot men wr.o gei me.r
livin" by tho eweat of their hiow, and
anotlier "that controls and diiects the cap
ital of the country" owns, it in other
lion '. ! HIrlln'H Heroid lie Vote in
Tutor oi Wriiiiii, Hliilo Men nail Wo
uuu! Wo havM before us at length tho llo
iinrt ttllil Hill onion. John A. Binuham,
Irom the Judiciary Coinmiliee iu Congress
. . . i . i ,i, .
in favor of and for tlio repeal oi mo ii r
iiorial luws of New Mexico establishing
White and Black Slavery therein, and
Riilhominir. employers or inasiera '
..r. .... . , u'a iipv
WHIP Willi K Ml'. w A,nwift'i
aud olhers in their employment and tie
nying them any redress in tho Courts. It
is an extraordinary and an astounding
diioumcnt and should bo in the hands of
evory voter. ' "
It mill tin mmembored that 111 the net
ot Sept. ! 1050 for the organization of
Wu M..inn. f una of tllO UotliprollllSO
nuasures,") it is provided that "all the
laws Passed bv tho Legislati" Assent-
II be submitted to the
i nu m iii m in i ii n i lim un :i uucducu iiiJbiiii uiniiiivutKMw - ...
river and captured Walker, who with his Congress of tho Unitod States, and if dis
1 11 1 1. .. IP I ,.U..H V, .n,l I'lllil ' 1 1 ii lie
seventy men were all bi ought to Trux
villo and delivered to the Honduras au
thorities. They were ' permitted to ro-
Inrn In tlA ITnilutt Ktiitna ntinn nniiitltion
that they would never enguge in another
ixpeilitioa against Central America. .
Walker and Col, Rudler were to bo
The Guatemala expedition airived af
ter. tiu capture of tho expedition.
approved shall be null snd void.' Under
the power thus Invosteu in me luruwuui
Legislature, the au'hortie proceeded to
enact laws for the establishment, rugula.
lion and Kovernmont tit Diaverv tuoreni
White or Veen aa well us Black Slavery
th. Uliiodr Code
extended over Kansas by the Border llufr
. .... . i ..i !.-.
linns ol Missouri. and tne Auiniii Birauuu
at Washington. And, it nppcard alao,
i i . nnr ifemuuiui
W0IU8. iHU now " -
io Congressman, who is also a eandidate
for is-olectioii, voting to faston thte no-
ominaMo systems and aoctrinca upon ...
unwilling people ot one oi tne tn w
ritories ol the nation. . ,
v.. , i. ,. .,1 . fi j !(.! mechanics and
1113 ivivn. ' A
free laboring meu of Alliens oounty, how
,1 . I.L-u Ilm nwrLlirt r 1 r. BUllQ J v
l..un Mr MniMin hw a ro-i! COUon lMt
does not. vote for V. B' Horton, the poor
man's tmi.--Athens Messenger.
Hcliiliijc the Republicans.
Tho large Republican gains in Ver
mont and Maine aro probubly attributa
bio to tho rocent tour of Douoi-as through
that Suite in search of hu mother, lis
was "betrayed ' into speaams "
ofion during that unfortunate trip. We
anticipsto justlhe same consequences from
his contompUlod tour in Ohio ana mm
ans. The more he solicits votes lor the
t....,.l..,. llio fiuine ho Will Bet. His
l H,DIIU",' " ." fc.
liltlo experiment here last full proved him.
io bo an important Republican auxiliary.
Carklsssnksb with TiiRitsiiiNa Ma-
t Tn.linkuL nnrresuondent re-
uniriii,w.-.Mi uw.,i v
marks thnt threshing maohlno aoeidents
are shockingly common in that State tlr.s
season. Ho roiuarks: "We are making
a moderate estircnt when we say inai
.i.:.i,n livn hdon killed or woundod
for life by threshing machines in Indiana
during the present season,
How many in Fairfield County ats
maimod for life by tho aame casualty?
Almost oiio for ovcry township.
..ti,.,.l,.r ncoouetof each cily aud village
it..... rti. inrliviituall V.
bul tako thorn coneen'ji
(hoy present a sceno of industry, pios-.
..i n.i,h'tt-t is not to be seen on
weiuj uuu -----
any other portion of God'B footstool I ever
visited, and that Includes most o.
' ... n ,i IT!t
lions of Europe, and all parts ot tuo unit
ed States. Every manufactory is running
to the extent of its cnpaci-y, and new ones
..r riain? us if by made. It is grau y;
iiv to sea in every manufacturing town,
lhe hundred of well dressed operatives,
i,n, m,.l,. nnd female, as they pass irom
the mill to their comfortable homes with
elastic step and smiling faC6Svbeaming
with intelligence. With them it is no ais
raco to work, and when their day's woik
is finished they spend their evenings at
lyceums, lecturu rooms, reading rooms or
churches, as may best suit their tastes.
Rum mills aro few and far between; in
some of the Stales they aie interdicted by
law, and in others by publio opinions,
which is far bctfer. I will venture to as
sen that there are more low doggeries in
soma of your little towns in Ohio.and more
poor whiakey sold iu them, than in the
whole State of Rbede Island with its 200,
000 inhabitants; and yet those people so
hannv. so intelligent, and so virtuous,' are
called the "mud-sills if society,'' by that
slave-dealing vagabond, Smialor Ham
mond, of South Carolina. L. M. Keitt,
member of Congress, from tho same State,
calls ihom "wbita slaves," snd Hershc1
V, Johnson, the Douglas candidate for
Vice President says that "capital should
always own labor." Ho will probably
find ndorihs November election that po
litical capitA has passed forever from the
slave-holding snd slave breeding states.
Havo ths Democrats of old taiibold
heard any filing from Vermont and Maine
lately? I suppose not as they only read
the Eagle and that beautiful urd on y
screams whon it has piey either in pos
sesion or prospective, ,
Bye the byo I must relate a Utile anec
,!Ia. nlihon'oh it be somewhat personal.
It ie my good lortunc io dme daily at the
aame table with a Locofoco ollico holder,
and of coursi) a lawyer, (as they monepo
lize al! the offices.) He is a jolly fellow,
a nle.isanl tarn pinion, but an awful Doug-
h.a man. Well, when the news of. the
Vermont election arrived, he said it was
just what he expected, that '.heir party
i,d made no effort there: but says ue,
wait till vou hear Irom ' Maine, sir!
nn,..Tla has been there, sir!! and I have
"the most reliable information from that
"State thnt it will givd 5 or 10,000 dem
"ocraiic majority.'' On Tuesday we did
hear from Maine, and 1 could not neip
asking mv friend if he was not mistaken
about Douglas having made any speeches
in Maine. The Only response i got was
Damn Maine snd damn all tho New
Enoland States, thoy are not worthy ol
Ueh a man as Douglas."
Within the last two weeks we have haa
quite a revival 01 political lecnng. ut
most every evening our streets are enliv
ened and enlightened by the torchos and
cheers ol the Wide Awakes ot the ditlcr
cnt wards. Feveral companies of them
want over to Jersey City !ast week to at
tend u ratification meeting, ibaro mo
number of people present was variously
estimated at from 6,000 to 10,000. and
their city was illuminated by over 2,000
torches in the hands of as msny young
republicans, who inarched through the va
rious streets with several bads ol music,
in military order. .
Business continues to be vory good.
Tho purchases niado mo heavy and tho
payments unusually prompt. Our ship
ping is now actively employed, and every
ship yard and machine shop have as many
ordors as thoy can fill.
Tho news (rom Europo, although rather
more favorable for their harvest, confirm
the news previously received, that they
will mad ovcry bushel ot grain wo can
Bparo. The crop of hops in England will
be nearly a total (ailure; but this interests
you but little, as the few you raise in Cen
tral Ohio are all consumed In the brewing
of "Lager." XX-
only speech he ever made upon he sub
'We shall continue to pay me expenao
of the Government by a Tartf on im
ports. No Statesman, no practical leiji
f... ; vinw nf tha interests and re-
, miu. vi., .m - - - - - - -
quirementeot the ? country ao oiuerwmo
than what thoy Uave done in the P88'
I IV I '1V1PIUB1 f, Tnva with IN-
CIDENTAL PROTECTION.,., - -,
s pvh iiihi hiii:ii uriMcttmn r
be derived from a revenue tariff is for
the benefit all the great interests . oi . me
country of every one of them, of every
producing class, and especially of that
greatest of all one interests ihat of labor.
This is tho position of the uepuoucau
party, and these arc the views, of Mr.Hor-
The rote to whieh lhe Eagle refers is
the vote on a Bill to reduce the tariff on
certain foreign imports, conflicting as lit
tle as possiblo ith the n anufacturtng and
produoing interests of, the country, and
Mr. Horton's reason for so voting was,
that there was a surplus fund ol 820.000-
000 in the public treasury, ihat this
lawc amount of coin of the country ta
ken from the business of the country musi
of necessity paralyze ii in. every branch
and finally, that .this suiplus fund was
corrupting every branch of the govern-
meut, wae being used by a uemocranc
Administration to purchase votes and
carry elections by every species of fraud,
bribery and corruption that this tund in
the hands of corrupt part's-ns cohld bring
about. How well Mr. Horton's reasons
were verified, let the Covode commit
tee's report answer,
Of ChlCi(to,lHlholt,tlimlneiilDd rtlllful ope.--
1 lor on xm yo ftua rar, wnote renuuuoa u io exivu-
-I... It. bnnWi. llisniiirhnnl Ihu ITi.tl.il C Initial Mi Br.
rWm Joiler, U.,on Hrl.1nv,Splmi)Br MUi.muu
may b conknlluJ ot th Cook Home, tbut duy only.
Dr. U. being ft roffuUrl) flditcaUd FhyticUn and Sur
geon of th old icltool, and havtun hud an exnurluiiro
,.ru( vain In nrurtioji. wilt narfurm inv nnurattlnn nn
the Eye and Ear neceawiry to restore il;htto the bllii'J,
hearlnffto the deaf or by oiherndequute meaitato re-
? nr Ihnia niarnl r.r.. .Wl.l.. (tia
mOTO OH i" vtmtim niiiuu
reach of science and human skill.
TTino onarft lor exam luauuu or coniuiiuuon-siw
Laucastar Aug. 30. 1900.
AKUV SIIUUIU I"" T"'"
iieniw to procure Vr. Ilostetter't Celebrated Bitter n
' i. t .1.. r,.nia nnnn Iti vatMin hate hiifin
wiiiiw WNmnoiii wmw. -I-- - -
clearly )rovod to those who have been strlvkon down
in a su art space oi mno uy t-uis uruuuiui tmn.
checks are wan and mon r re and whose nldits are
sleepleBiand restless and whdse oyoi are mm ohd
sunken, with death staring them in the face thlscom-
we re, from tue mou'h of llie gravo. Nouo fan knutr
Its true talue nntil they have tested it. When ull
..ho h.v mIIkiI. thee Bittern hava renin red the suf-
forers to pristine health. Their popularity in all tho
Western and Houmern pans suouiu luirouuuo moin
to all familiar. .. .
Bold by lrufrelHamiaeRiertrenerniiy erorywnarp.
JEJSeuudvorlUieinoiit iu auother column. lmJ
Dr. Branson' Blood Food.
mi.. J 1 tl.l. r, ... t.. 1 l,l Prunsrnl nn t 1rt-
1 no Olunu-a inr mis "i u"""-- " .r.. .
yond thopoastbilltyofadoubl, and its sale ii becem-
lusr as larjce as iimfc oi uuj uumr ' nm
i n . ai" iliiiimu n. I m nt naiiAnt tt'lin lira aiifTur.
nUUtlCt AOUBVI tllUII3HUeui .-
ors ar now seon dally walking tho streeu of alt the
principal CllieS Ol UIO UUI"!!, nuu uj men i.inum.o
siiroadinr the fume of Vr. Bronio' Blood FdoU
.1. t.-u...t ii... .i.tiUa.l u.m4l Mitt trinl nf mm
bottle is mortf cnnTlncint; than all we could miy In a
WnOlt) UCmW(vuitiua. ikKusi "t '
beauty to the sick, and restores, as If by mazic, those
need only to suy, try It.
whoso were supposed to be irrecoverably Tost. W0
ted oniy to suy, iry ii. . ,
11 llio attuntlon of Mothers in Dr.
Karon' Infantile Cordial, Tlil Is alil lo be superior
to any articla of toe kind known, if your unxloin
nearis arv pm ueu uj .nimniiiniiio
little ones, lose no thne in prociirliiit n botllo. It Is
andallavltiKaliroverandirrilatlon. By all in-iina jr.el
the Cordial, relieve Ilia ufferliir,s of your children.
auu enjoy uniiruKoii ji.nr vwu id,u.., ....'..
and Farmer, Briifport, Ct.
See i adrortlsoment. Ini33
The fjitlveaal ConjrH Ucnicdr In cnNCH
of WHOOPING COUGH, 't horn are probably mora
I a lepuii "", .. ' Uasos of Whooping Conith ooniinued to eroat lenirth
Tho obieCt of this Eill.aS all know and of time by the use ofKomedi.. oontaininit expocu
inu uuieoii ui mm " i ,.i. wi,ti-h nnt on anrravaie tho Couirli. bul run
a. even tliB editors of the E'ljle knew down the system, inakiiiglho Cornell fatal or proiluij-
as even llie eunoie . b iufr conaumptlau Limn by any olher eaiiso. This i.
uilitn ttiflv nnnned llie aboVO Was not to completely obvialod in the Universal Couith Remedy,
Wlien tney jjuuii which conulnsnulhlimto proslralloii! and tliaCoiurh
rliminiah the "nrotecllOll 10 American Xn- yields naturally, while tho system is sustained. Ke-
uiuiiinn.i r sultsjustifj this de.'laration, aud ull are asked lo satis-
dustrv " but to reduce ll'O Surplus ICVO- fythemselvos by trial.
uuoiijr, ... ' TTPSoeudveilUoiooiit. lrtJ3
nue of lhe Government to prevent me cor-
, . . iu. il.i lavi. InpectlaoTlie Peralnn rem Charm
ruptions, frauds and swindles that I avt, For lhe preTellt(nn nd ,., r,r md j,ga, ni
. i ii -,l'...lofl Rift.,,. Ftntri. This wonderful romedr was brouirht
reSUIietl as air. noivou jou. , to the knowledge ofihe present proprietor, by a friend
In Mr Horton's CWn language llSed in who has been agroat traveler iu Persia and llie Holy
7 . it, i.anu..
tha Hneech made UD0O that occasion "tO WblleuoirKdowntherlvorF.nphralos.lieeinerlene
IDS speetu ujuuo uiuu edar.uekorFeverand Ague. On Jlscover-
onlarn-n iho free list end rcUUCt IM fWS- lug hli condition, one of the Boatmen look rrom nn
enlarge mu nee h .,rr tki, cnd Fere,
in ft wav that VOU Will foel It least. i(l toek a." Alluough incredulous as to lis vlr
u " " ' ... . Uues; he eoraplied,and experienced Immediate roller,
n . . . .1.- P 11.. Ilino. art.li.lAftl . J i ... .. .'. .. ...... .1,
I Ut UpOD HIS llwu lioi fciivow w, aiu na. sinee pinuji. iuuuu ik u vuskhvu
. , . . j v i, mulariouaoohiplainU,
which We Want la lhlS COUOtry and WOlcn 0n furtner luvMtlttatlon ho fonnd that the boatman
, ,, attributed to It miraculov powers, and .said dial It
we do not produce Ourselves .. , , ;, could only be obialnod frora the Priests of Iho Sun
. .1.. .,i i-n,l .... h.vA s.lid. the S!"'"?4
un mo uiuvi i.auv. . - - t . , - wllD a rnesi ooi.ineii irom niiu me ibchi ,.i , i w-
... ,i .1..,.- lion paratlnn, and ascertained where the modlclnal berbi
Dcmoci alio party is now and always lias mm (mBl urwlllchu wcolnpounded. The won-
m . T Aa,Cttt ulrtiiui nf tli . ia nrilnlu hnir Iht.rinPil a full be-
r HOI III IIID I1IIHHB III HIW IIUII
and always has been opposed to Tariff. '"SiW.S'tS'.S.-
been oppOSod lOa land. Mr. JJOUg.ua is ,ieflnUlB m,lB of tho nailveslnihe miraculous Iieai-
and always has been opposed to alarm. "n Mtimm
In his place in the Senate of ibe United 'iM
xi i e i. 1nr,r. fM Timiiflnn flil nraisid. This reinodv havlnr been a specific tn
O . I UomI. fur IninilfAiU t.t Venn, fur lhn nrflvniktlnn Bliil
Persia for hundreds of years, for lhe nreveiillon eud
cure of Fever and Affue and Rluous Fevers is uoxr
olTored to the American people.
It wilt bo sent by mail, prepaid, with full directions
States March 1st,
"o for a reduction of the tariff to d
strict revenue standard. I AM A Flit,Ji, Prlnt'mi nep(, mid Maaniactory, irs Main street,
I'DADJP KfAvTfl THK XULiLaol Klehmonu. Virginia. HrancU otneo, Banlt oi torn-
lUAUa J.V .. . , meiieeBulldiiig.Jlew York. Address
EXTENT, that we can carry it and at the junesa.isiju-iyii Jons wilcox a co.
tame time inputted revenue eno'wh to de r jrr , .; , ...,.
. -v - j. urinasaDS'i3canain.ii.nui.vvri.
If ray die expenses of tne Government, in , ald lllood PurfJor.
Oilier words, I am lor o oitr , "ine bltfOd IS tne lire,". says ncripture, so .iijh
t ..-r ()... ,,..,,, Iriff Rclencealso. Expel corruption Irom the blood unti
tariff than a revenue tarig. nodUoase can exlit In tbe system. My Blood PI1U
Mr. Martin is and always h been
(since ho ahandoned his old Whijf p.inci.
DlcsVonD08cd to a proteolive tar. ff. HlS the lire-sustaining fluid. Honco their apparently
r1 t r 1 . . , , miraculous cures of scrbfnla, efilplWns, tnmors.dys-
nartv t)led",ehim to that principle to-day. pepla,llver'coiupUlnt, rliouinallsm. swelling of tho
V' ) I - o r r ' jolllta and all afferlloiis of the internal orgaua, which
He Voted against ''Morrel S prolective tar- do not proceed from malformation.
, , , -, . , rr?Seeadrorilsemelit. 1m-10
iff bill' in the lasl Congress', and we sin- ...
. . . . .1... .i.i.. VAT.TTAnT.T?. IfATlM AT
cerely hope as ine aagie says ,u.t tne -- - -
laboring men nttd mechani.s of the llth M' D L 1 1 U It 1 it 1 1 il I u uihiH
Gonsreaiiobil district will remember rpHj-e.jXe: Xliit
when tLCV CO tO tllO ballot box to Vote sold before at private Bute) at the Court House, tit
. Lancaster, Ohio, the
that a man who will vote against or ep- aim ny of Novciribcr Next.
POSed a lariff isnot a friend of lhe laboring t o'clock P.M the Farm belonging to said estate,
.. i . ,i f ciiiisistiiig of about UK) Acre adjoining the- Fmiit
Classes." We think When the edltOl'8 Ot of fi111Uel ShueSerund S. Wleat, Groonfleld lowu-
.. . . i - .1.. ..u 1.. t.l Wl,! '"IP. FairSold county; Ohio.
1110 eagle penueu.no auuiu, n ".jj The eutiro tract is ctioica mrm unu,- nncin.ru m
. . , ,i i .'i ui , :. edod fences. About S5 acre! of llie same ts under ciil-
prinCiploS they both eriUTtai.leU prior tO Uuoui iho balance I. very good timber land, with
... . . .i , . 1. l. runnlnir water throuirh tho suine; the Impnivoitoiils
1 Rail n.irl nnfl OI Iticm UJWU IO a in uuu in- - . . , . ,. . ii .. n. .,.,,,1 um mulaih-
running wait-r uirougii vuu ..-, iu. ,M.....
area Large Log Uwullliig House, food Burn and oto-
... .... K..II. u....
gi uu, uiiiis'i
Several tfever iFdiling Springs,
closotollio house; a good APP1.K OKi iirti.i) aim u
number of other fruit trees are on the plueo.
ror Ilirilier nNiucuiun "I'l" A
O. B. ARNOLD, Ml. Vernon, O. w.0ci,tors.
B. F. KINDMUNI). Uneasier,0.( "ut
Lancas'or, Ohio, Sopt. 13 13110.
A Valuable rami for Snlc.
rilH E subscriber offers at private sale a DK8IKA-
uiiioij v ... i--0.-. 1 BI.K FARM, situate 111 Washington lownship,
the Republicans. It is everywhere H.a.a, ronsity, -J-rlV i'V" ..c"-
ofthem that they are ' -renegades" and
"traitors" to the true Democracy. ''File-
eaters " "disunionist," and ''secessionist" li.no houhk -and out-buiidinga also of iriik, to
, .. wells of good wafer, a young orchard of 110 trues ol
are Common epithets. DotlglaS llimSCll choice grafted fruit, and a good Ktone uuiiry.
,. i j. . For further partkulurs, address or cull on the suli-
boldly avows these sentiments, nnd Jet iCTt,0r.t i.anetor, ouio; or kzkkiki. mokkis,
.J. .. . , n.,,r lUri-levllle. JOII lOOI.fc.
tcr beriod. loaked out somewhat. They
forgot for a time that they wero no long
er old Whigs, but that they were now ed
iting a Locofoco paper.
The Breckinridge men of the county are
hated more intensely and denounced more
bitterly by the Douglas faction than even
tha Ureckenridco men will vote their tlau-
derers and nhuscis into power.
I..4 NCSA RTF. H COUNCIL. So. 3..Soptonibor2 IRGO
I f II! If Mn t? . MA
OHAt'rF.K.No.ll " 8" "
ENt'.AMPMBST, No. October X
Sept.O, ISOll. ti. STHlNMAJi, liocordor.
Lancaster, may i . , iimiu-
n-V n HouTO. the Black Ilepub.
licnn candidate for Congress; f vol a
friend of the laboring classes,
, : n .j ,..,,ri.a(,ritinfr this DlS-
V Oil 111 VHIHKlcoii, .v, " O ,. IJ
trict, HE voted AGAINST A TARIUH O
Ohio Eagle Septemotr :oft toou.
This is rich, in the Bupcrlntive degree.
For 30 years the fcnglo lias been an oppo
nent of a Tariff. Ever since the protective
nrnposed. the Domocrotio
J .... ,ir
party havo opposed lt.during tne wnoie 01
which time the opponents oi unu i
Lave favored that measure. The Repub
lican party of to-day are for a tariff. The
12th R'osoluiion of the Chicago Platform
is a tariff Resolution and reads as follows:
Twelfth: That while providing revenue for
tho support ol the General Government
by duties upon imposts sound policy re-
: . ..!. a., i!iii4imiinL ui mono ii.i
posts as to enoourage the development oi
. . . .... . e n,l.,.1a nnnn.
the industrial interest oi mo
n,l aeiv st.itVlrvinn (1 tltfttnolicvof nnuon
al exchanges whieh securo to tho work-uii;-men
liberal wagos lo agiioulturo re-
. 1 i ., Anrl sunn.
muncrnting puces, lomocnaniuBuuu ""
ufacturesan adequate reward for their
skill, labor and enterpnso, anu to mu u
tion commorcial prosperity aud indepen
Mr. Hoi ton is and ever has been a tar
iff man and tha editors of the Eacle knew
it. In the Congress of the United Stoles,
Fob. II aud 10, Ht'tf, Mr. Horton in the
cw .D y .
nil i i . vifc -vi,
W I mm mm w T 0
K rum foiling Antidote for Sick Itnod.
ache, Dyspopsia, lover ana Ague,
v.ivr r,uuiu.ilnt. WMUTI-nOTS,
UU1oU50m, Neuralgia, Colic, Af
1), proved Apiiutito, liisoT-
V .I..h,,1 fltnninn1i.l'oiliat0
X Alu.tTH.lUnS. Ac. A .
V vv '
wiiLRnii A 711.1,3 are nl.rsally
l .... i ..iu. tiiniwteinttwtnnu. AsaFamlly
RIlUVllUUVU 1W w
mullein, they are parltenlarly recommemled- simple
aud hvinlne, but highly arouciniu in iii.ir ok,
rin nil dose, with mild but ror
tain cfUcta. The robust man and tho ih llcata child
us thoui allko, with .vy assunmce oi enure
.ri. With Wilson's Pilla. every no nor u
lhe land becomes h.r own physician. They nave
proved theuuolme a ammo, aud rtuud without a
rival for tho fullowlug atrecuoni:
ilKintinit. fKVKB St AOUK
llKABACnH, FKVKB ds ACUE,
DYSPEPSIA, 1IVER aoauruuxi ,
' nvUPFPSIA. LIVER OOMPLAIMT,
Costiveness, BUlousneis, Neuralgia,
coatlienoas. BillousneBS, NeureJala.
8old by Druggists Dealers vorywliere,
PREPARED II i
b. l. fahnestock: & CO.
Importers 4 Wholesale Druggists
Ho, 60, oorner Wooa ana a su.
sou nmrurrou or
B. L. Fahnestock's Vermiflifle.i
A feeoft Jntliiution eitabhihii ipeeiai r.n.
dammtntjortkt Htliet of thiSiet nml ltnireiim
ajfirledwilhrirulrnt and Epidemic lliieaiet, an
cipecialllforthi Care of Vifeasctaf Sfaai Or-
fffKDU'Al. APVICKglvon grnlls, by tho Acting
ll Surgeon, tnnll who upply by loiter, with a de
scription of thelrcondlllon, (ago, nccupullon, habits r
llfe.&o.,) and In caios of extreme poverty, Medicine
fuml-died free of charge.
VALUABLE BKHOHTS on Siipormalorrhrca. and
other DUeasesof tl:e Sexual Organs, and on the NEW
It K MM) IKS omploed In lhe Dispensary, sent to Iho
ahTioted Iff sealed toller envelopes, free of charge.
Two or three stamp, for postage will be acceptable.
..... ... , utrii i.in 11 1 ill f2 HTl N . A ,.tt no, Kll r-
AlluniS, Ut. . nniuuii. ..w ... -
goon, Howard Assoclatlnno. 8 South Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Pu. Ily ordor of iho Director..
Aug. 0, 1100 10-ly. . . .
CHANGE OF TIME.
Cincinnati! IV ilinluitonJt7.anevl lie'
rftiwslnmV Vwsm.sh.-I T5."m'1 iai . J
leMjyjs:;.'.) F"rl-'.."1 it eia
ON and after Monday, Juue llth ISOO.the tchedulo'
ni iiin.fnr Tp.imnii this road. Louring Lancas-'
No. T. Passenger all iaP.M,arrlvlngatZanosvlllo
at3 U P.M.,iiikliigdlreclcoiinectlonsfor the East.-
Freight and Acenmmodatlon Train atS20,A..M.
arriving at Zani-svllli .11015 A.M. Making direi'J
connoctlonsrorthe East and West via. the fleiilraP
Ohio Railroad. Passengersfor Coldrobu. will tako
thl.Traln. The above Trains slop at all station.
u..i.i,i.ij Anmiiindiiiloii Train leaving Morrow
ate 00 P. M. will on Saturday night run lo Lancaster
onoardllioo.and from there resume It trip on Mon
No. S. Passenger alllOO A. M.,rrlvit at Clnohi-
departureat7 15 P. M.arriving at Cincinnati al 8 OO
Flight and Accommodation Train leyinR Zanes
.nioRtl ii p M willonSaliirdayiilghtrunlo l.nncas-
teraud from T thew ri. m Htrl. on Sunday night. -teruuil
rroiu inero ro. ; B.)Nn Ruo.iv.r .
B. n. ARnOT.Asslstaiit'suporlnteiidanl,
June 11, 1800 a
Sold 1'V K. .. Sl.oru.M. Uncasteri Suudormau &
KnotiS, Amanda; a Kalh, Kiinhviue,
Lancusior, Augun.v, icw ijw
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Insurance nnd Collecting Agent, .
-vPFICK In tho now City nan tuuance u-j
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