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House Builders' MJ Famishings
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French America-. ,
paints eaouwi in
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Brushes of eyeTy variety & quality,
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GUNS,PI8TPWkIXB JUBGI, ;,.: , ;.
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IIENKY N. HKDCES) Sen.
' Of PichaxBty.
. BTATI 8INAT0E,
AICVSTCS PJBKKIlXi ;
UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
GEORGE L. CONVERSE,
OTTO DRESEL. . . ..
GEORGE W. HUFFMAN.
; MATTHIAS MARTIN.
. JOHN G. THOMPSON.
. . .. ELIAS GAVER.
: IHriltHABr PIEBCTOB,
- PHILEMON HESS.
Mass Meeting at Marion.
Got. BaMUai Mioait will oddreu the Mui
Meeting at Marion, in Marion conoty, on SaI-
1 P. M.
Secretary Dem. State Ex. Com.
Democratic Union Mass Meetings.
Tbo Democratio Union Stato Ezecatiro Com
mittee bare made arrangement for holding
Mass Meetingi aa follows :
At Coshoctoh, Coshocton county , on Toes
day, September 24tb at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. Hugh J. Jewett and others.
At Mansfield, Richland county, on Wednes
day, September 25tb, at 1 P. M. Bpeakert
Hon. H- J. Jewett and Hon. B. Barns.
At iVooena, Wayne county, on Thuraday,
September 26th, at 1 P. M. Speakers Hon.
H. J. Jewett and others.
At Clbtlad, Cuyahoga county, on Friday
craning, 8eptember 27 tb. Speakera-Hon. H.
J. Jewett and others. '
At Toudo, Locas couaty, on Saturday, Sep
tember 28tb, at 1 P. M. Speakers Hon. H. J.
Jewett, Judge Lang ((Jerman), and others.
At Jackbon C. II , Jackson county, on Satur
day, September 21st, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. John G. Marshall and others. ''
Oiber mestinga will be announced soon.
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary.
The Democratic Union SuU EzecutiT Com
mittee announce the following additional ap
pointments for Maaa Meetings, via: ,
la Cincinnati, on Monday evening, Septem-
hv 30th. gDeakera Hon. Huah J. Jewett
and Hon. AUenG.Thurman.
At ' Amelia, Clermont couuty, on Tuesday,
October lit, at 1 P.tM. Speakers Hon. Hugh
J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thurman,. ,
At Geoboetowh, Brown county, on Wednes
day, October 21, at 1 P. M. Speakera Hon.
Hugh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thnrman
At HiLLSBOBOtHiw, Highland county, on
Thursday; Oolober 3d, at 1 P. M. Speakers
Hon. Haeh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Tbur
At CHiLuooraf, Ross county, on Friday, Oc
tober 4th, at 1 P. M. Speakers Hon. Hugh J.
Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thnrman. , ,
At CiacunuE, Pickaway county, on Satur
day. October 5th, at 1 P. M. Speaker a Hon.
Hogh J. Jewett and Hon. Allen G. Thurman.
SAMUEL MEDARY, Ch'n.
AMOS LAYMAN, Sec'y.
The Real Fomenters of Discord.
We trnat we shall bear no more of the foolish
talk that Democrat and other Union men who
support the platform and ticket of the Demo
cratio and Union Convention of the 7th of Au
gust, are sowing the seeds of dimension la the
Union ranks. '" ' ". . ,
The loyal people of Ohio are bow beginning
U we and clearly understand that those who
hare put up, not another, bat a part of the same
platform, and hare nominated a State ticket In
opposition to an unexceptionable ene already In
the said, are the real diaturbare of the Union
element In the State, and are laboring to pre
vent that united action oi men of all partita,
which U to BBcasaary to ioaore the Tigereas
prosecution "cf, the, war against tsballloa to a
epeedy and neoeesnd laeue.
The maaa of the people see plainly that those
who charge the Dsmoeratio and Union party
with seeking to divide the Union-loving bad of
Ohio by a mere Quarrel over candidates for
office, are iheanalvea the only m.a who are oo
aixious to the charge. ,L The people will, there
fore, see to It that the saddle; is p: on the
tight horse on the Bib of October peii. J ,f
tT The Union Democracy of the counties Oi
Vaa Wert aal Meroer have nomtoAUd Alexis
P. J. SirroiB aa tliclr eandidate for Vxt How
of RepreaeaUtlves. Mr. Ektdxx was a mem
bar of the late Legliiature, and we bear cheer
ful testimony to hit flmnets and sowad Union
Democracy. W hope, ae wsbtliera, he will bt
T;l Prcf;ci:rjl"ef.ti tWvtr.iaw'Jl'ia
fottsJ la .-.5;!if eoInatB. -.-...-,.:
" 3STOW RKAXY.
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oTATn or1 omo
If A GENERAL sUTPRB, IN F0R0S ATJ9. 1, 18W.
GdauUcsspJx IL Owan, ;
WITS SOTSt Of TBM JDIOJS10KS OX TSM SO-
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AND MMRENOBS, 10 K0 IaWbY ,
" I . AMD A TOU. AKD OQJITMJINT IWW.
In Two 8to.' Yolunies. W iiu uu.
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. mm tf'imiiM has been span to wki th work
.nfTtaMtrif IhiBnenlaOO WoU.ee,
StEa to bs distrlbuto to th. following Stat
.d 0styitorl - - . 'Jt.w (mm.
anomptro l.r.T"eurer and Auditor of Brnte, as
"T. tt- nrtm. Court, of Common Plaae, Bupw
tor end Polio. Court Auditor, and th. Cl.rk. ol the
varloo Courtetnaach mitr, to th. Uomb.ri of th
Sent and He ( RrB;ativea of IhU Stat, And
Tal book, oonUtilBi, M It doe, all ot the Batatas
l f.M. An, I ha authoritative aonatrBOtloB Of tbm
and of th. New CoaoUtation, wlll.bo feand to b .special
ly useful la um pertormapo. ot toeir ounce, hi bu
COUNTY orriUK&B, fun! ri-
JUSTICES Of IBB PEACE, .......
! t TOWN8HIPTBUSTEB8,.-
i ... ,iOJuiaKB Of T0WN8HIPB, 4
oux omowii.. i .
Xnumooh if Tory m.nr ehucw turr dms and. ta th(
StatnM i1do Um pnbUotUon ol tb. ImI odHloiM, by rth
nL tltarstlnna anil uldtUoUS. ud May UaportUI
oWon. hT beoB gtroa by tb. Baprara. Court ? itfon,
s BAN KIRS. MBR0HANT8 V,; nnmMttioB
.!!, Ann aViftiNana oppoaiuon
aod laiteined. iti men
fttAauree. There was In the country suMtan
tially but, the one great Dsmooratio party
the factious, aarelentinir Federal opposition
New England ought hardly to be dignified
the name of a Dtrtv. By this united action
the American arms became victorious by
and aaa. and both the Government and
Union were saved.
The same great Democratio Uaion party
till in existence. Out of the depths of
rolah and almost of despair, the country Is
log upon it for help and deliverance from
fearful peril now threatening our beloved
Union. While other political organisations
are falling to pieces, and men are contriving
bolster np new and temporary ones, the Demo
cratio party stands, firm as the rook of blbral
ter, by the Government, the Constitution
the Union. All who truly love tbeir country,
cannot bat see the expediency and necessity,
even, of rallying, aa our patriotlo men did
former days of peril, around this old
party, as the only hope of salvation for the
public . , , i
tT The following, from the Norwalk
mui, contain! the ring of the pure metal:
We understand and fully appreciate
RtfUctor'i twaddle about "the union of
and good men of all parties In Ohio, for
welfare of a common country." A year ago
was equally fierce in the eaoie of freedom,"
and delighted In taunting uemoeraia aa - u
and "slaveocrata," because, heeding
the warnlcrs of Waahinrton and Jackson
against sectional parties, they would not join
it Abolition crusade against the South and
institutions. While we are willing to support
the Administration in all constitutional means
to put down rebellion, we beg to be excused
from occupying the same political bed
Glddings, Wade and Spalding Abolitionists,
ae we do that tbe starting point of
oresent national difficulties can De traced
rectly to tbe insane Intermeddling or such
demaeoEues with tbe institution of the South.
Such men have long been in rebellion against
portion. of tbe constitution, and hence we
anxious to aee their disturbing and dangerous
dogma buried in the same grave with ecessionism.
To accomplish this desirable end,
shall stand firmly by the Democratio party,
lieving aa we do that It 'is tn only organiza
tion. Ttossetslnt: sufficient nationality to bring
together and re-unite tbe country once more
in fraternal oonos.
Hon. D. S. Dickinson.
Tbe Buffalo Courier noticing tbe action
Daniel S. Dickinson, of Ntw York, get off
following good things: . , .
We are not among those who propose to cen
sure Mr. Dickinson for occupying tbis position.
We believe him to be a loyal man, ana we
not believe that he has fallen in love wttn Ke
publicsnism, or Abolitionism, or fanaticism
anv sort, in nit old are. tie wouia aeiiKut.
day, like Samson of old, to aetid three hundred
foxee witn nrebrana ilea to tneir tans into tn
tandine corn of hi old enemie. th Republi
can. . II would be glad of an opportunity
imite them hip and thigh with a great slaugh
ter." or. "with tbe law bone of an ass," or
other constitutional weapon, to alay a tbouaand
of them. But Mr. Dickinson knew that hi
for thia kind of fighting waa overt that
strength had in a measure departed from him,
and be resolved upon imitating Samson in
last sreat and oloaine exoioii, wnicn it narrated
at follow, In Judge, Chapter XVI., commenc
ing at the S3d veree: .
S3. Tho the lords af tb rhlllstiat fatbrod
togth.r for to offu a gnat auriflo. an to IHa
goo. ana torajouo: tor uuy laia, var goa uau aUT.r
d BaaKnnonr mar Into our bands.
94. And wbaa tb. ppw saw Dim, they pralMd
god: for thty aald. Oar god hath A.Urnd into
baada oar (May, and deitroy.i of tor country,
alew auay of ni.
93. And It oam. to peas, whan their hearts war
that thoy aald, Call for Baaaoa, that hi may mak.
port. Ana uuy oaum for aamaon ant of th. pruoa
hooa.; and h. aud. Ihaa sport: and thy sat hla
96. And Baauoa aald unto the lad that held hla by
hand , BuCcr m. that I may M th. pillar, wbmnpon
in. boom sianaain, uai i may icu nyon wcm.
97. Mow then tb. bona, was fall of men and woman
and all th. lord, of tb. Fhlliatlaee were there; Mere
pan the roof about three thousand am and woman.
Ut beheld while Baauoa made cyort.
18. And eamaoa Bailed onto tha Lord, and said,
Lerd God, remember me, I pray tbee, and atrangthea
me, I pray thee, only thia once, 0 Sod. that I may be
OBooavragoi or too rntusnno. tor my two eye.. -9.
And aamwa Wok hold of the two middle pillars
apoa which tha hooa. Hood, aad en which it waa horn
np, of th on with hi right hand, and of the .ther
30. Aad Baaaoa aald, Lt medic with th mustla.
Aad he bowed himeelf with iiAeemlfhti aadthahoaaa
fell Bpoa th. Lord, and apoa ail tb people that
therein. Bo tha deed which be alew at hi death wer
more than (Vy which he ilea In hie lira. . -
We have to much cooJIdnee la Mr. Diekin-
ton' Democracy that we feel Justified In assert
ing tnat next to ma deeir to uphold the Uov
eminent in this oral, 1 bis with to contribute
to tbe downfall of the Kapublioaa party, and
baa decided that la no way can he accomplish
thia so effect uaJly and certainly a to place him
self at the head of it. While we do not think
it neocMAry tha other Democrat iheald crowd
into tb temple of the Philistine or mount upon
the roof, we shall await with great eompoaure
the moment when thia modern Sanson artera
the two pillar of th North era Motional party
aod bring the airuoture down npoa " tbe lord
and all the people that are therein." A
ball not b intid nor upon the roof, th funeral
will be none of ourst Kill w cannot help
miring the (kill with which Mr. Dickinson
manared to nutce elms if where tntad
which he will ly at Um death, will be more
than they which be lv in ni Jii. SJi Sl ,1
The Candidates on the Democratic
The Toledo Tim eaa BtrtU, a paper' which
file at ita maaVbead tb Stato ticket nominated
by th Union Convention,' beaded by Darin
Tet, tho rebakt tope of it eo-laborerv, wbo
peralat la denoenoing tad aiiatpraetiUng Mr.
Jewett and hi fria4. It tayi: fc
' Tb attempt of tb SUU Jturntl. Cleveland
air, Saoduiky Rtguur and other paper of
that peculiar wipe, aoiparn the ptlrloitm
and political staadipg ef tb Hon. H. I Jwa
aad Hen. John G. Marshall, in tb eye af
tommenlty, timpiyveeMia ol lb poaitioa they
oocnpy with their party,! totally pobaooaLg
th time or the oecaiioa. No freer patriot ar
ta be found la tbe rUirt, or' mew more- worthy
to hold tb Jiiia to which . they bar bea
T-t if R8!iT;.lonPfbl and patriotlo.
l , ! ' MBntfwtt DMk. "Wi H""l
Nos. 56, 38&40, North nigh St.
: INCEEASED FACILITIES t
: ' fllAVl.NO JtoyKP INTO, MT
'.) fill I M J I
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEE1F , ,
I' WITH Blavery. Hence
ri r ' 'H0 et tbe North
New Boragtfiows which iu
Types, . on
, ' WBOM Fremont struck the
utly at the root of tbe war that be
v .IV to wace. Were I In his place, and
modification' should be sent me, the next mail
should carry to tboae who made it my resigns
lion, and tbe next mornlog papers should pub
lieb it. And, bad I before started to enlist
tbe Federal army, I would turn upon my heel
and leave to their folly those who were willing
to join themselves to A posse of slave catchers
for tbe rebel tyrants of Cottondom.
"Unless 1 greatly mistake tbe principles
feelings of 'the North,' this 'modification' will
paralyse tbe arms of the most reliable soldiers
already In the Federal army, prevent the enlist
ment of many others, and will give a ten-fold
impetua to tbe rebellion.' ' 1
; "If slavery is to be perpetuated, the question
whether it should be done by Southern men
Nortberw men, or both united, is of no Import
ano. But if both parties mutt fight for it,
think the end would be gained much quicker,
aod at less expense, by uniting all parties under
the leaders who now have it iu ebarge, and know
how to mantge it. At all events, let the North
cease to fight, as they have thus far done,
the benefit of under the stored name
E PLURIBUS UNUM.
The above communication expresses
views of tbe majority of the present supporters
of tbe war. But such was not the case wbeo
the war commenced. Tbi Administration oc
cupy a stand point which enables them to view
tbe conseaaence of General Fremont's action
on tbe slavery question to better advantage than
our correspondent, wbo probably takea counsel
oi bis feelings. ,
Tbs prospect of a favorable termination
of tbe war alone tbe whole Hue of opera
tions never was as good as at present; if
slavery question can be held subordinate
the preservation of the Constitution and tbe
But where Kentucky. Missouri, Western Vir
ginia, Maryland, and our Union friends In
extreme South discover that tbe negro is
be turned loose on them tbe energy with which
they will rise against tbe Administration will
counteract tbo efforts now making to save
Tbe Government know this, and naturally
feel alarmed at the action of a subordinate,
which threatens to take the control of
slavery question, even in a remote degree, out
of their bands.' They have tbe responsibility,
and understand Its consequences better than
those wbo are only operated on by tbe animosi
ties and excitements of tbe contest: and we
suggest to our readers to keep cool and trnat
tbeir Government, wbicb, being dally tn com
munication with persons from all parts of the
country most Interested in tbe result of the war,
are best able to judge and give advice to jt
Cincinnati Prtit. '
What Papers Give Aid and Comfort
to the Kentucky Secessionists.
"Poblicus." a correspondent of the Commer
cial, who lately attended the Bourbon County
(h.y.j rair, alter OeBcrtmng the state or public
feeling in that locality on the aeoeatlon que
tion,aaya:. . t" 1
"I gleaaed from several sources the common
information that there has been 'a great revo
lution In the feelings and eympatbiee of Ken
tuckian,' consequent upon Major-General Fre
mont's proclamation in Missouri. One company
of men, who had volunteered for the Union,
near Paris, disbanded on bearing of the procla
mation, and over half of them eonneoted them
selves with avowed secession com pan ie. They
affect to believe that the war ia being waged
for the aole purpose of emancipttiog elavary
throughout tbe whole of the Southern State.
Tb mor intelligent controversialist are well
stocked with extract from Northern paper,
inch at the New York Ttibunt, Tim; World
and Indtftndtnt, which they offer in justifica
tion of their fear. One even produced a copy
of tb Ciocinneti Doiiy Prtt$, which contained
a piece of poetry entitled 'The Cornice Man,'
th ton of which wa eulogistic of Fremont, a
belog the bead and front of the crueade against
We oopy tbe above for tbe purpose of soow
ing the kind of Northern papers that the Ken
tacky secesiooist quote for the purpose of
strenr'.bonlnK their cause. They are the New
York Tnbnnt, New York Timet, New York
Wand and New York Indtftndtnt, , Such jour
nal furnish tbem the mmnnition tbey desire
to destroy Union aentiment with! Tbey ar
all leading Republican paper of tbe Abolition
itampr U. jLaoaircr, : j
A Royal Marriage.
Queen Victoria, ia soon to be married to the
heir apparent of the thtone of the Grand Duchy
of Hesse Darmstadt. This country lie be
tween Prutsia, Nassau, Bavaria and Baden, and
contains an area of about 3.JUU iquare mile
Hse-Darmttadt I partly mountaiooua and
partly level; tome portions are agricultural,
aal other rich in mineral treasures; nd, a a
whole, tb country would not appear to be be
hind th rest of tbe country in manufacture
and commerce. In religion, Hesse-Darmstadt
ia mainly Lutheran and Calvani.tio, tbough.lt
contains above 200,000 of Roman Catholic.
In 1838, tbe military establishment of the
Grand Dacby wat fixed at 6288 menj but tbe
wtr establishment was raised to 10,5 J 4 in 1855.
Its population, according I the census of 1851,
m 354,314. , -.
Prince Frederick William Louis', the bride
groom elect, wa born September 12, 1837, aad
ia consequently in tb twenty-foorth year of his
age. As tbe urana uqeo nt no euiiaren, the
Prince must ultimately inherit tb sovereignty,
If he sarvive hit father and uncle. ' .
Our reader ar aware that 30,000 hat been
settled by th English Parliament on tbe Pria:
ees Alice, by way oi dowry, ana that ano win
alto have an allowance of 6,000 a year.. " Her
Royal Highness wJ born on th 25th of April,
1843, tnd ha consequently just completed her
eighteenth-year.;-;;,.".' . ..VI'V .; ,;;r,( .
A gentleman la Leeaiog, Michigan, Wbo hu
kept a securat aocouot a poatiMc, eetisaate
that, of tbirty-tbree batuea aaa more important
tkirmiabe ainc Abe war began, the Union men
have been victorious tn twenty-two the rebel
In fir, wbil in lb remaining lix.neuber party
etn claim a victory. - The number of priaoaer
token by the UaJonHts, t aeoat iWt and by
tbe rebel not quit aa many. the
killed, it I impoaalbl to obtain anything like
accurate knowledge of tb lease of th rebel.
The Union lowia mthiD over pee tbeoaAadt
aod lb rebel . to I belmrd to be mere tbaa
twice that number. ,; ij
" m III I ml m ..j, n;,.
' Tb Rothechild ar now chief ewort la th
Loodoa Tiav i Suspiciou peepl act in. this
feet an exslanatioa of it Ptralateot . AitAck
opoo Amerloaa credit, which tbey. hope will
enable them to get tb loan cheaper. . It would
be aiogolar if wa should twin th war to a doe
without go eg to Jew tr, Genti to England
forbalp. " .
,i ni m-.ii i Jin ; ,if (
8otMb)dy ia drtMnf -empioytatat
tjoa a acwapaper in any subordinate eanaoity
djuftrlhe herelf aa literary lady of Cfeat
abiUty od recogultd geaio," od would bavdJwaej
-noobjettioa to devote a day la ihewee,-
nt be ubjed torwh ahtimlJiatioa.i ti j
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irW INVITE ATTENTION U BOB. Of tb IMOtt W
traurdhiar cur, by my ,, :j . .... 4h !. ,u!
"! 'PEcrORAt SYRXJP.;;
'.ik. B' -I" J?'" 1
. .u . j iv .. . ,f.i ,f v i
t how, and any on. who has doubts
car,, bad -en who hart enndby.U. t
aa of tha b.. ;i i.uf'n " !
I passenger oar 5,??
b,id. fall crashlna- tOnehMABa"f AW
eunini with it th second, third, loariu,H
and aixth passenger oar. ' Tbe second and sixth
were lapped against tbe abutments and on
at an angle of about forty-five degree.
third was mashed completely flat by tha fourth
and fifth car, which also were puea up a com
plete wreck. - Tbe upright post of tb bridge,
braoea and timber, although ; of - oak,
wrenched, split and shattered la thousands
pieces. A more complete wreck of care
nevu known. The seventn oar exienaea
tha ( abutment, but remained on
track, while tbe baggtge car;, oontainiog itb
stores, supplies, etc, for the regiment, brought
up tbe rear of tbe train. - company & oceupiea
the first nassenirer ctr and were upset, b attain
ing no Injuries, aside from scratches. ,- Company
F was in tbe second car, and all It occupants
escaped with slight bruises. ' Companies G
I were In tbe third, fourth and fifth ears,
these are tbe companies that sustained
heaviest loss in killed and wounded. Company
U was in tbe sixth oar, and like those In
aecoud car. made a narrow escape. The offloers
were all in the seventb oar, and all escaped
Aa already stated, immediate steps were taken
to remove the killed and wounded from
wreck, and special trains were forwarded
Cincinnati, with surgeon; beds, lint; etc,
the relief of the suttertrs. ' Up to nine o'clock
Wednesday morning, the 18th Inst. , the officers
of the road, their employees and th troops
assiduously, and succeeded in removing
from tbe wreck ' one hundred and fourteen
wounded soldier, oo brakeman, and twenty
fire dead bodies of soldiers, and one brakeman
who was killed. Those found dead were twisted
up in the wreck in all possible shape,
many were to mangled as to almost preclude
recognition. Tbe spectacle waa the most pain
ful ever witnessed- Th surgeon wer untiring
In their labor, and to their skill many a
fellow owe hi life. The wounded were placed
on a special train and Drougbt to wnoinnati.
COMPLETE LIST OF THE KILLED.
Tbe following ere the name and rank of
killed, whose bodies wre brought on a epeotal
train to Cincinnati on Wednesday evening,
were Interred yesterday In the military lot
Spring Grove Cemetery -.
Comnanv E. Chioaro Martin Keller.
Company F, Can Co Charles H. Vallen
tine, drummer boy! J. W. S. Bobbjt. -Company
G, Chicago Charles H. Cutter,
David Noble, G. M. Brataton- 1 -, ' " i
Company I. Galena-Captaln B. B. Toward
Corporal A. H. Painter, Corporal Sam. Clark,
Corporal Jerry iDgraham, Wn. rrrost, Law
rence Carrol, Jacob Coleman, Henry Connera,
John Brown, Joseph Smith, Michael Contelly,
Robert Bruce, Henry C. Burroughs, Wm. War
wick, Antone Ratbner, Peter Fowler, Wm.
Ringer, John Douglas, Henry Hunt, colored
servant, wm. ratterson, oraaeman. ,
Tha wounded were brought to Cincinnati
the atme evening, and taken to the Marine
Hospital. Th injurie consist of breakage
left and arms, dislocating of hips, knee
ahonlderf, contusions In the head 'and' facte,,
bruiaea, fraoturot, etc. One psraoo, ipamed
John Blackman,' i)t Company S, had the right
leg ampatated above the knee.- lOaly about
eight of tbe liat are believed to be seriously
jured and likely not to recover. Tha total num
be? of tbe wounded I on hundred and four
The Earliest Copy of the Scriptures
Tbe London Literary of August 10th
state that during September there will be pub
lished a work of rare interest to the Biblical
aoholar. It is a fac-timile of tbe earliest copy
of the Scripture ever yet discovered. Tbe
manuscript contain portioni of tha Gospel ol
St. Matlbaw, and wa written by Nicholtus,
th seventh deacon, at the dictation of the
Apostle Matthew, fifteen years after tbe aacen
aton. Ibe manuscript, together with many
othera, wat discovered by the Rev. Mr. Stobart,
la a aarcopuagua, at lDeoee, ana was brought
by him to England. ' Oo bis arrival in tbi
country he sold a portion of his collection to
tbe British Museum, aad a considerable number
of tbe .remainder be disposed ol to Mr. Meyer,
the celebrated arcbaologist of Liverpool; Those
in tbe Brtusn museum remain unrolled and un
read to tbe pretent day, but Mr. Meyer, having
obtained tbe asslitanc of Dr. K. Simonides,
proceeded to unroll the variout papyri, and
among other of great interest waa discovered
one Mo fragment, containing portion of tb
Gospel of St. Matthew, and bearing tbe In
criotion "Th writing by the band of Nicho
laua the Deacon, at tbe dictation of Matthew,
the A pottle of Jesus Christ: it was done in tbe
BJteentn year alter tne Ascension of our Lord,
and wat distributed to the believing Jews and
Ureek in raiesune." . .
Th papyrus I much damaged, and the irag-
mente preserved are not very numerous, but
they supply tw6 lost verse, furbish a" muob
purer text than any other known version, and
clear up many ptttAget thAt have hitherto been
doubtful and obscure. The manuscript I writ
ten in the Greek uneial character, and in all
probability waa tbe identical mtnuccrjpt that
was cupigu sbtvu iiiuc uj uciiuuuuruB, uuriug
tne in oi tn apposite, ana likewise eeven
time alter hla death. Tbe copy from which
the EoKlish version of the Gospel it chiefly de"
rived, it the eleventh copy made by Hermodo-
rus, preserved in one of the monaaterie of th
titat, and in tni several error nay been made
la the transcription. The publication of this
work I one of tbe greatest interest' to-th
Cbristiao world, tnd will probtbly excite more
attention than any tlmllar discovery du;ing the
The Louisville Democrat that state General
FaaMoirr'a aaa la faw woadat v rmn-r
General Fremont ha energy enoagh) but he
lacks judgmeat, as bit late doings ia Jiiatoarl
Abundantly show,. He ie one, ef that ,claa of
mea who would cut down, t mi to lop on
rotten branch. Tbi it tbe kind of energy to
make men atare, aod when directed byjodioioua
mind it i highly useful,, A attain ..engine, ,i
wery energeuo; nut to oe meiui. at fquva
torn on to govrn It.- General Fretnotit went
ea in real tteam eogtne atylet but the engioetr
waa wanting. He bad aa object to accomplish.
and he Immediately puffed out A terrible am aunt
of (team, asd went ruablng ever irieod and
aemie alike. Let hi energy b directed by
morejudlclou mind4 And. h jpuydo a. great
amoant of good.' n
.:d:"T. 1 ' " I" " e e i i , t;
oeatlnaUd for EtArih Tjy' lte Vi$6Hf
bnt tR,tjlfwu ?0, si,WDdIdaV before'
Wl Detpbe lectoa.
The antogtath of th Prise Napoleoa-eoe-
it or in avora ntpoieooi written; to arraaii
tetttrs, ana almott la a lemltiine band, aad Im
mediately under it "Jerome," In equally tmall
letter, cnciceed in rroktJ. j l h witjed ba
given hia autograph In bat twoor thre instate
Blnde hi arrival in thi coantry, A i I A . V I
,t i w - , . . , , ,
la the cat of Llttlrjohd v; Gfeeley. ihJdry
war discharged at 10 o'clock Friday night.
tight ot them etatiuAfery rmt4 ut &od A r
diot for th pUiatiff, Dotwithiiaeditig the charge
ol the eoarti three of theot wra wtllieg to give
utuejiMraaixMoce) aod one wa ui aud out for
Lwttltjonn. t, yr Tiy.: a K
t'fcr Tboma lJtTt; llU,"t KhtiU"anty,
M ,i . - I
"1S"'''v;'!.it',r"WUiii.i ' -v i
viT,. "TiaFU'in',W Li. .
g f -c:, : fffk.fiRii.ii
1 '. ' BECOMtfBJrPED BTi THM If; - Jj ".o I
rJ k1W& n thr
The beat WereMe, Tonta, and lvigrrn
tonrt - Kxtreot'Cf the .JTAia
ef llira '
rpIIE QTJAEiIFIED . VOTERS
X franklin ooonty are hereby notified to meet at
naoal places of holding election! In tbeir respeetlrt
SecondTnetdafef Oetoherf Ab.lSlt
being the 8th day of tha month, and vote for th follow.
Ing oSoert, to wit: (On Oovsrnoron LLatcnant
mor, oh. Inpraa Jadg, on Treasarw f Btam,
Sac rotary of flat, u Oomptroller; One k ember of
Board of Pabllo Works, Mi Common flea indg.
tha district eompoeedof tt j oouatles of franklin,
away and Had laoa, on Member of th. Bill fleaat
th district oompoaad of th. eoantlot of Irtnkllh
Pickaway, two Membaraof th Hoai. of Beprcsentatlres,
ens Sheriff, an Auditor, Ah Treatnrer, on. Bocord.r,
on. Ooambsionar, on Coroner, one Infirmary Direct
or.) ' Th traatatsof the smral towniblpa are required
to retara to tb. Oleik of tha Court th. names of the
rowing number of Jurors:
for Common PUat and
i Buptrior Court.
Tp.. .ii Ho.
Montgomery .......... 69
Truro. ... 7
ilor Probati Court.
Prairie. ...... .........
Ollntoo . ........ ...
Jacluon..... ........ ...
Fraoklln .... ....
Weehington ... .....
Given under my hand and aeal tbi J3th
September, A- v, looi. .
OEOBOE W. HTJTIMAN,'
BberlB of franklin Co., 0.
LIQUORS. ; v
1 A BAERKLB OLD MONOSQAHKLA , ' , , r .
it) 30 do. do. BO0BBON. , .,
Jaal reoelTt and for sale low for cash, try ' '
LA01LLB ROSS fc CO.,
, v 2S4 Boaik Ulgh street, Columbus.
p" ; ..:!, . . ,.,?" , . , ...
lOOl. r , lOGl.
, j GREAT WESTERN
m .? r
i i !'
i c. k . .
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
- Via Htw York ft Eris Eailroad,
i L.'ti .- ::-:. -. .) .i.r.- ' '
And all othef Roacls Leading West
!i .... and SouthFest. . n,s
1,1 ' ! f'-tj..t
Chartered, Oars over most Roads on Paiatnger Tralae.'
H. nOVIT, Ag't. i I
, 251 Broadway, M. T.
' BSStaUBt., Boeton.
WM. H. PBRRT, Buperlntecdent, Buffalo.
,' 11. FITCH dc BON, Aceata, .
8T West Bread street,
(Ut of Phalon'a EsUblUhment, N. Y . J
PROPRIETOR OF THE NEW YORK
f aehionable Shaving, Ualr Cutting, Bhampooniog,
uuruog ana vreaeing oaioou, , .
South lliah St., over Bain's Store,
where eatlafactioa will be gives In all th various
Ladlea' and Chlldre&'a Hair Dreulng done In th
OOH.XJJV.233XJO . '-:
V1I0LESALE LIQUOR STORE.
: I : ... i'i"
LAOELLE ROSS &Co:.
- j . .. , .. ., . .. ..., v.. I .. .. .
j IMPORTKRg AND SBAXRR8 IN - ,',, '
POREIQH ASD SOHEBTIC '
fTAV' f f-'l t
Old Rye, Mopongaliela &, Uourbon
1 .AI.'.l...'' .AiA - " -
WARtnOUSI ANI) Off ICE, S34 BODTH HIQH IT
..-- "ai -, h V.' ) ai
i ii i .
' : ., 'T "t.'.Vi- ,AiJA4Xt
Te" Heat Artificial :nipJio''the
; Human hight ever Invented,
PRACTICAL k BpIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE ' LARGEST ASSORT
went of the aaost taprov kind of Spectacles.
All hi. Glajeea, whether for near or far-atghud, ar
gronnd ta aoBcsvw bobvm form with th grentrat ear,
eo a to nit tha Bye. of all eatea, awring Weaktese,
DlsahMo or Iaflamaatw T the Bra. aod hnnerrtna
atreogth for long reading ar flaw eewtrjf " '
vmoa, u aaat etnas e treat, at Beltur a WehaWr's
Hneio Store. i .): .1 e.J: ,- -i " -.' .
igS-Clyl it (C-M'.S '-i"l tvL-SAWli-.A
T Tl l-.-.-t- ir -r I
i , Oeraar Swrlaa- Water St -
tni Itanafactarer ot Bme and CoapntlHoa Oaatlagt,
. ' I InUbnd BncS Wota al all iManriDtioaav
Cfvmn rt oahs -AW'jYn h tf.
O . trtLtd-rlaH it iffl. hoif. e mh
Blg1Strfet,l.i.T)ii,loini JneW.,vi cf Cv i tn.
mnee -yiuo tnaav-ir, . ilm,. a r. fc la,
Ximoic ktlkei. very Lean. (Wmui axcnsaal I
men HUM and BaesalneaJ (acrid
vfV - - J
l.l?,r ' f. C)-:.-f. Jil'f'lli
il.ill bMdlooTiaiaon. o(auroommontiMtiiiiI)nit-
I I . : 'I .lJLi.C.J''.l
nnaT: wiuiif-w viwumrenuiui
ii., tin Atiiuphi:
. has triad It In ovar alarm hnadiwl
t failed .xo.pt ut two
ha now In his pomoaaHm over one u whoee neoeealtlea or
iUvaino, aiiwiuun jweniy mrtbo aboT. reliable Bern.
Two bottle, ar. warranted, ,,! i.l i.n --
mottth. i,n 1,1 ilwhbleaal. anil xtilBrt ,
,-,On.tothboRleajUtf,,,i)el, j . ... . JT '
?lwooYureu' MCPUtEWtiLE,, Proprlete
t- .TIUTOTIEaUBT AUD felABHAOBUTfBT, 1
So, 9 CoiBBuraial Wharf, Boston, Hats.
Roberta Ac Bamool. N, B. aal.. J. R, Cook. , at
Otclg, O.Deulg A Bona.A-J-BotuMller AAoa, AienU
tor fJoluinbaS,,Ohio.,riri'.'Tt, hi ju''ie)t'
, Oysters !;0ysters!!v
HAS JUST RECEIVED, AND T
be la daily receipt, by Xxpnas, of " I
AS JCaX1 kaUCElVED, AND'lflU
t MSU CiS & KLQ 0YSTER3
rrm nauimore ma iur sieTru. ,T , , . , .
Call at WagBOf. Oyster aad Pratt Sepfttj It p. 21 Xut
BtalBtre.t' 11 iw i- ' ,
lauiSttf CJfii3 if'rrt-'.VT J'qcd .- fit.) I
I .. m e t .-;-. :j:ii j Til -two -
? ,mi'".';i '.ii-'f i
No". 29 Soath ' High Street,1 'Colambat,'
A m NoirbwERino
iY. 9000 yards XitT.la . Bresa floods at,8t,Vlu
i , KM nt, .; '.' '
2S00 yards Trarellng Dress Goods at UK, vain 40 at.
Sew arda Bneliib Beiaaes at 12 K. Talne oent. .
1000 yardt f rench Organdies at Ytii, value 30 oaat.. . .
Soog yards fast Oolond Lawna at 10, value 15 cents.
1000 yards foulard Drue Bilkaat VX, value 50 cent.
1500 yards Super Plain Black Bilk at SI 00. vain. I1SJ.
Robes of, Organdl. Bong, and BoglUh Borage, at oae.
half therr value.
BAIN fc BON,
"l':'J! ' SO Soath Hljh Street,
eJS .e Bllitr-t
mui.' ie it !
' i i i Mi , 4-A I
WitUAM ; Ht RESTIEAUX;
:'A tf-i:5 a i.
;v' Produce,, ..V":'-vr
'i . - tM.i
; Foreign and Domestic Liquors, ,.
- Fruits, etc etc.;' -.' ':
r ,' .1 ' i mi- II' - I 1
HAS REMOVED BIB STORE f ROM ' ' '
KO-, -.1 ..! .it
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH 8 TR E E Tf
1 -''' :'""-"W
' !N6'.' 106,VS6uthi.HighSreet,l:
Th old sua Yteently ocmplM byVmV McDON ALD
;! ' -
NEW AND FRESH COODS
t.i.. '-t '-j"'WhiobwlllHI1 "'"'
" -r-,.-..- it': t . . ; -'f . v'
Cbeap for Caafei er Ceantry Preaaee.
i . i .'
Good delivered to 01 ty trad free'ef eharg.cJQ
(B000BBS0R TO licKBS fc BEBTIEAUX)
u ail i' - - . ' -J ' ' . '
lOG,. South. High Street,
' y DIALER IN it
CROC ER I E S,P RODUCE
j provisions : ;
Foreign, and ,, Domestic Fruits,
F LOU ft 'it
SALT, LIQUORS, ETC
STORAGE & COMMISSION
( ECOIVOSIT IS, WEALTH." ' -
Tf boerer bay atbaap eompoaBd of BaMratB, throws
sway his money, ' Those who pnrehast Py Kt's Dietetic,
get I a pura and wholesams article at halt Its valus and
double their entlsy.1 Depot, 345 Washington street,
BW Tort j ' fjord by grocer! everywhere. " '
r. how,imi, how MarosiD.
Just Publlahed In a lealed EnvelopsPrlc Cets.l '
A LECTURE ON TBE NATURE, TREATMENT AND
RADIGAL.GDRE Of BPERhlATORRBBA Or Seminal
Weakneee, Involuntary Emialons, Sexual Debility, aad
ImpedlmeBtt to Marriage irenerallly, NsrvoaeneM, Con.
eumptlon, Epilevay and f Ita, Mental and Pbv.lcal In
capacity, resulting from Belf-abu., fce. By Robert it
CulveryoU. M-1)., tuibar of tb. Oreea Aok, s.r
A Boon ta Thousand ef Sufferer,
Bent ander seal, In a plain envelope, to any addrees,
peel paid, on receipt of tw stamp, by Dr. CUAB.
1. 0- KLINE, Vit Bowery, Nsw Tork, Poet Office Box
Ferseae ef full aahlU, Who arc subject to
Oostiveness, Beadache, OkSaiaaaa, DroVtUMas aad ting
tog In Ibe sera, arising from too great a flow ef blood to
th head, should never be without Biaadratb't Pills, and
rainy highly dangerous symptoms will b. removed py
thelf Immediate ua. i ;;. J .:i ,
TIs Bon. J. Baatr Westchester county, N. T.,
aevebty five years of saw, hu used Braadrsth'f- Fills' for
twenty flvs year as his sots medicine. . Wbaa h feels
lli Upoaed, be It from Cold, Rhoaaatism, Aathma, Eeed
achei Bilious Affections, Oostlvanats or irrltatioa of the
kidneys or bladder, he does nothmg hot tak a few do
nf Brandrsth'i Pill. . m
Bis usual method Is to tak lU pills, and redu'c th
doae. each nlgbt, en. pill. In every attack of atofcnea
far, twenty -flvs yasrs, tbis slmpls method hat Barer failed
tatmtorehtm to health; and few men sr. to be found so
actlv ana hearty as h. , : :,t,-v,fvr '
Bold by Job R. Coot. DraniaL Columbua and he
aUnapeclable dealers la medicine. , .
iv i ?r ,1 . e.r
' l' I V Ml i
iriOFFATtS'LlFB Pltij;TA bi
ases of oo tl venom, clyspaptl, Mlrtoa Sad Brat
aSeotlona, plica, rheumathna,' fevers and astsi'nbstt
ate bead aches, and all geaeral oracgamnt el aaaM'
hB Pills hav invariably provaa a nrmea amd Speedy
remedy. A aingU trial will plaoe tb lit nil beyond
th reach oroa petition In th asUmarioa ef rrary pa
tten t. ,'
' Vi. Kofart PhaBht Bitten Wftl a lewad sita!ly.t
Seadoa ta all of Berreua eMllty, ayspwpsta, haa
acha, th aMra) IheMenl t female ta delicate health,
and amy 'kloa of Waaknsa of th IlgesUv rgaa.
far tela by Dr. W. B . MOPf AT, 3X, Breadway, W . T
owt '- -tearta-dfcWlf,
t.Jl .1 .... i
The- fcllowlr? is s txtiaot rom ft
l.hrwrUteuWiRev, B. BolaaaaaU af go
Plenapoiat-Btraet Baptist Church, Brooklya,. T.,to
tha'owroai end Mwarrjor,'' Cioelonatl, 0., and speaks
slame to favor of that world- teetewaed mediclna. Mat,
w sa ''""" " year eoraan afafas
WwaMrw's ,mtihit bvaor. Now w never aal a Word
bt lVnw-wfwpoeB,DBf"ia ear llie, hot we
l i fei it-i-.-r to yewr veodmB that thl ie a tua
I i(t- hvh rr, aw- tw wo w aui rr
iite. Iilyo ereof lha maet awneaetnl mod.
nee tA the A bn II I on ef th heat. And tho.
yoartw h. aa) aaa't heteer than .
PflOF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Bfe and EoonomtcaL
rt f?:"-- -"Compound, ' - '--
Ct O FOR RESTORING GRAY HAHtj?
toi'Worlgiiat eolorwithutdj.lnt and f lernttaf
Ualr from tamlDf gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNXSS, -
And curing It, whoa than Is th. tout parSlal. of yltajft'.
I , , i o ruaperatW .norgy aaualnlnti
F6RUEM0V1NG SCURF AND.DANDRUr,'
AndallontanMBsaffoctioa of th Boalp., f t(i
i JfOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Impartin to It aa anewwd gloss and brilliancy.
It eoft eeil eiltar , ta it Bulure. and eematog U arJ
taadllyt-" ' , - .-
i tho gnat tielcbrlty and Inereaalng demand for thw ax '
qualed preparation, oonvlnoea tha proprieto that on
trial U only neoeeaary to aatljfy a diaoernlng public of Jt '
superior qualiUea over any other preparation In ae. It
sieaneea tha head and aoalp from dan drag and other
antaneou. diseaaes, canalng th. hair to grow luxuriantly
givinc tt rkh, (oft, gloeeyand Bezlbla appearanoe, an
aleo, where the hair is loosening and thinning, it will gtv
strength and vigor to the room and roator ibe gaowtfe toil
hoee parts which hav. become bald, oauaing it to laid
raeh eoverlng of hair.
i There an handreda of ladiea and geatlemea la New
fork wh. have had their hair raatored by tbe an f this ,
Invlgorator, when all other preparations hav.atilad.i tV
M, haa In hla pOHeetloa letter, innumerable testifying ..
to th abore facta, from ptraooa af th hlgheet retleect--htllty.
It will effectually prevent the hair from turning -until
the latest period of life; and la eeaoa wbera'the hai
ha. already changed Ita color, th nee of tbelnvigoratow:' ;
Will with oertalnr rector. It to it to Ita original hue, glv
in M a dark, gloeey appearanoe. As a perfume for tb ,
toilet and a Ilair Bo tore tire it Is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragranoe; and th. great ta
oilitiea It afforda In dressing the hair, which, wbaa moiat
wit)- th Invlewrator, ean be dreaaed In any required
formeo a topreaerv Its plaoe. whether plainor In ourlal
be oo th. gnat demand for tt by th bullet as a slander j ,
ballet article which bob ought la be withoot,a th pric, '
plaoasRwithmtb reach of all. being ;' ;.,,, r
j , ,.,, Only Twenty-PiTS Cents V-.'-u'f-
rr bottle, to be had at all reepKtabl Brugglitt Aad)
. j w' ..r.-, Ulrfel.'';;' . ,,1,."i.4
L. MTLLIR woold oalt th atUn Uon of Parana aadV
Croardians tn the u,e of bt Invlgorator, in caeee whera: .
tbe ehlldren't hair incline, to be weak. .The aa ef it
lay th. foundation for .gwdka& of Aair, aa kn ij
move, any Impurltlea that may have become eaaentadV.
with th. scalp, th. removal of Which Ie neceeeary both
for the health ot bhe child, aad the rutnreppeanso( of t
Ita Hair. 'Vy
OAtrnow-Wooe gninawithoat tht fae-afarl! LOTTTB
hflLLBB being on tha enter wrapper: tlso, h. MIL--.
LBtt'S HAIR UTIOORATOB, H. Y., blow In tb
ghva. 3"'T'V'"' ,J
"(Wholesale Depot , !W Dey Street, audeoMby all the
principal March ota aad BruioreWa thranghoat tb werIA X
I Liberal discount to purchase! by th loantlo.
tt also deelre to present to th. American Public my , . B j
ltzw um " rit r&orzD nsTAXTAxiovs
;; LIQUID ilAIR DYLv
wtloh, after year ef telenUSa tape rime ntlng, I
brought to perfection. It dyeo Black or Brown Inaantry
wlthoutlnjury to tha Hair or Bklal warranted th baat
article of th. kind in cxhrtacM ' ' a-1-1
, ( PRICE, ONLY, 50 CENTS; ;
Depot, f 66 1 Dey ;.Bti;iTey7- .tork, u
.otSfcfdfcwV' I'" 6-!!i "7j 'i:"" ""' '
BAIlQ" & SON";" f
HO, 24v ICUTH HIOH bTEOT. "
ABfiB; NOW OB,B,B3IN'
iyOOO yard Sapor Plain Black Bilks tt tl OO-valB
1 85 par yard. "L- ,""
8500 yad Traveling Dreai aad Manila booia'at! C
i- ft 1S oento value BO cents per yard.
3)1000 yardt Whlbi'' Brniltnws at 19 l- oenta -
alu 20 cents par yard, i jj, .
S,000 yard Ins and DomeslleOlaghams grely as-i'
I tor value. - ;
I -Ag,S -"'' -"
IfARGE AND' DESIRABLE LOTS. OF
KOZiKsiavis. saxzosthzb,1 j. :
CHALLI8, rOUIASO BUM, t )
CTOLIBH BABEQIS.UTELIAI, " '" "'
IAW5S, CAUCOM, TOPLEU, .
AND ALL OTHER
New and ITaahlonable Xreaa Grood
in tht most desirable atyles and at very loan pries, j ,
Of all materials, mad la th most stylish manaar aft.i
th latatt Pari f sshlons ins most slegant styles a
th city. ,
. BAIN At SON,
miy30 No. 09 South High street. ,
For an Inch of Time!
f " ' 1 .
WAS ONCE THE EXOE.ASEATION OF "
a dying Queen. That inch of time ean be proeur- -
ad at a much cheaper rat., and many long year of - r' ' -
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
enjoyed by consulting Dr. MERRIWBATBBR, waa
is oaring the moat ebitlnat and long atendleg dleeea-i:
of th. LUNGS, HEART, LIVER.. KIDNEYS, BLAU.-
DBA, STOMACH RHBUMATISM DISEASES MOO. - '
LIAR TO f SHALES, SKIN DI8BABK8, AND ALL""T
AIIBOIIONS Of CUE MY a AND BAR..(u- fiS
Facta are Stakeem Taleg'tiV '
Bear what tha Philadelphia eoiirespoBdeat ears la th
"Omnmonweallh," Wilmington, D
n, Delawaia, Bth of April,
Enailek rentlamen. gnvmart mmimim ertth the
Brltlah-Army, and wh style brmeelf th 'Indian
Botanic Phyaiclan ,' haa of lata gained aa exlenalve rapa
tatloa here byhl. .kill In cnrlnr all manner of oom .
plaiote.- Bom at hi patienU f hav conversed wlthi
and tby pronauno his remedies and mode of treatment .
aa vary .uperlor. 8om-tjav twea reetored as tf by ,
magic. Tb medicine he uses It dlitlliit hlmeelf '
-nam aeuug men army Bsosyiitea nit leisure mo
ment! to thoronih Stndv of the aTecU nradnoed b
eawtain medlotuU roots an herb oa all manner of Ha
lt semi, he aaa Brand aenre and sneedv reme
dy for all the -Ilia that fteek iebetr to.' HU practioo I -already
ABtensiva aa to dally toeretBk. Ia th.com-
as a larta number her hav. teotlAed that ther aw. not
only their present good health, but thels ilreir I tb.-3
skUlof thitindlag Bottnjcl'hyttoian.n--
Office 37 Eaat State Street Cetttrobut;
'.;Jr."ir 00 '
No. 29 South Wgjb&tt'
HAVB Juat opened aa tavtof Vaty 'laigW 4n0l
, haodaom. ... r - " ,a
'PUSHER, FRENCH. ANirHAimLTar"-"
LACE MANTXLtABAND POINTE3. '.
VerDecprmehneuitob;Laeeii;3 IbI '.
Real Thread, Fmoh, ChmtaiKYOeeeM3
Tftlenoimei, ?olat it, Cm, tmb
..and Thread Laeei and Collarf. j,
VAtENCIENNES TRIMMED E'DKFS, '.
; MALTESE, LACE COLLARS & SETS,
LINRN COLLARS At CVFFR'aiV f
Iu nw Ehrt;
PAPElt CptLARS ..it CUPTS,
'"'' 1 JX- - 11 For travIine.ll
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