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PRJWTKD ABD PUBLISHED JIT The, Ohio Statesman Company. OOLUMBU8,.OIUOl SATURDAY MOKlfl SEPT S. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. (Election Day Tuesday, Qotober , 18o.i of t..ti,.,j ";:.. . . ., FOB SICB1TABT. OJ STATB, .,-.- - be. 'VKNJAniif lfkveb, . . Of Shelby County. ,.".'' .' -2"'T.'' r0t gcrxmi jotm. ', '"""'."'"tBOIW m. ket, ,, , V)';,:- V." Of Hamilton County.',. , vi roe mnii oad or ratio wobm, ......WILLIAM LABWItX, ,: x ' ' . Of AsbUad Coanty. .'.:: l ' .i ;.'.'.' :IOS OOIMWKM. -l'". ' 1 I .i i (8evothtmiriws4onBlDUtrietJ THO A BULUBtt of Franklin Coast. I'm! I ' FOB OOMM05 FXBAS JCIXJK, .,.; I . . firifth Jiullfllal DiatrietJ ' ' JOnn TU UHEEil. of Franklin County. FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ., . for rnht,U Judff4-J0EVV. POOH. .' froooowtina Attorney MILTON H. MAN. 0Mmtyam4fciwr-JOH!r O EDWARDS. Jnt-mar-Xrr-NEWTON GIBBONS., DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS. 1 i - i; M Dlrtrirt-OKO. H. PEN0LET05. SI ' en. DUKBIN WARD. 4th . "' J. )'. WcMNNEY. h? CoLWlLLlAMMUNriE!. i ' " Col! WILLIAM HOWARD. .' lh THOMAS MILLER. " J,h - Cl WILLIAM P. REID. tth " THOMaS P. F1NEFROCK. Hh V " . Ueo. H.B.COMvlAOER. llth " ' Col. OSCAR F. MOOKK. lib M ' I'HIL MELPII VAN TRdMP. 13th " ; Gen.UEOKGK W.MORUAN. tiih " , .'OHN H. YOUNG. 16th " MARTIN I). FOLI.ETT. loth ' CHARLES H. KITCHENER. ITth : " LOUIH SCH.EFER. Democratic Meeting. Judge John L. Grken, Hon. Georoi L. Coxvehsk and Col. SI. B. Wilson, will ad dree the citizens of Mt. Sterling and vicin ity oo Satckdat, Seftimbba 22d, at 1 o'clock P. M. Let all who favor Andrew Johjison's restoration policy turn out and hear the la mes of the day discussed. By order Committee. Democratic German Meetings. Hon. Cha. Reemelln will address Ger man rneetlnjra at Canton, Sept. llth, San dusky, Sept. 12th, anesvllle, Sept. 17th. By order, ' JOHN. G. THOMPSON. JOHN. G. THOMPSON. Chairman Dem. State Ex. Com. NEWS AND OTHERWISE. 1 i e n :B vt ;d o a' d a ti ti Ti a' si si n a di so th Hi :P tt a bi F tv el' a; Hi T an ha Beading Matteb on the Fourth rajre.. ' Gold closed yesterday evening, at 146. Lips shining with the grease of Treasury pap have a great deal to say about "bread and butter" politicians. Charles Mowatt kicked to death John D. Smith in Cincinnati, on Wednesday morning. Tub President's Delmonlco's Banquet speech was telegraphed to England at an expense of $3,019, and it was worth it. The denunciation of public men by Rad icals is regarded in the South as the best kind of Indorsement. If the former defame, the latter defend. Hon. Charles Rucvelix, of Cincinnati, declines the nomination for Representative,' which the lata Democratic and Johnson Convention tendered him. . , General Butler, in a late speech, iaid that "he preferred a white hearted black faced man to a black-hearted white faced man."1 If he la not greatly belted he pre fer Southern silver spoons to either. Mollis 8t an let. the prostitute who stole, for Jennie Steele, the child LUIle Davidson, was on Monday held for trial before the Court of Common Pleas, at Cincinnati, ou the charte of kidnapping. " i !' " J. J. Coombs, Eq, of ."Washington," a member of the Republican Executive Com mittee, tendered his resignation as a mem ber of that committee, and joined the Con eervative ranks. The St.Louls Merchants' Exchange have resolved to act in concert with the city an- at th jirlties and the people in the reception of the President to-day ana requested mer chants to suspend business at twelve o'clock that day for holiday j .', , : Got. Fbntoh was nominated for re-cleo- "tlon, as Governor of Stnr York, by the late Radical Convention, held at Syracuse. This nomination .is rtLove's tabor Lost," for he will be badly beaten by Gen. Dlx or Mayor Hoffman, one of whom will proba bly be his opponent. ; , The official returns of the late Kentucky election, as certified by the Governor, State Auditor and Secretary of State, have been otened and published. The vote, omitting the eenntlce of Letcher and Perry, stands i For Duval, 95,979; for Hobeon,. 68,035 ma- dr jority, 37,944.;; ,:, ;, ,,: ',' .. , The Bkhmond Tima denies the story that wie irieous vi vuiuuvi . jsuiicu uw.uu ca titious .body palmed off upon them, and m that the real body had been placed where it would ftetev be recovered. Therrmpub lishes' the statement o the parties con el eeraied in the burial, showing that the r Lory Is wltnout lounaation. ; ' i i ... ; ,. do Oji Monday evening last, a Mr. Charles ! Wayne wae riding on the Louisville and BardstewB pike, whenabouttbreemllesout pr from the latter place, hrf was met by six au. highwaymen, who deprived bim ' of the ta' horse he was riding and.twenty dollars In jej money, xne ronoers were au stranger in , that neighborhood. l;.;;;;'"1!';i-;"; I A DECiaiojt has been rendered by Judge Williams, is the District Court in Pittsburg, na Pedn affirming the 'constitutionality of coi the act oi the .General. Assembly, which 1 provide for the payment of f 300 to every ' person who enlisted la the army a vol tf0, anteer, fcredlted to any district, and wB6 did con not, receive any bounty at the time of en- llstancnt. in n, :..!.! " t--i- 1m t"..: t-,;.'ip. , -v link been ascertained that the President to expressed a strong desire to visit the leading Souther cities, and if it 1 at all praotic fu" ble, the trl? win be made early la the en ulnz rear, 1 Meanwhile, it 1 not unlikely that he my make a tour f VirglnU'end iia North Carolina soon alter bis retuxa from hit Visit to Chicago. - '''': iwn'-'A u LA , : Tha union of the red, white and blue was ll e flag of the first Philadelphia Conven- hi. . The second (or Jacobin) 'riilladel- j ilft Convention rallied under the flag of ! -e white and black, those Delng uiur cot 1 A learned young lady the other even 'ig astonished a company by asking the an of a diminutive argenteous, truncated ! .no Amiviif nn tm MiimmIL mnd semi-Der- 1 TUu WU V.. .WW W . I ' .... rated with symmetrical indentations, one anted a mini Die. ' Mack, of the Cfncfonot. Commercial, says ; f a preacher lo the Rsdical Conventloa in i Mlon it PhUadelDbla, that, on oeing in L tted to Invoke the Divine blesslng.dld it I .. . i. .,l,l.,li'hlnAk i tm a pue or msnuucrii. wmuu t -bm his bat. After telling the Lord from I Ight page of manuscript what was best to j e done In the existing state ot anairs, ue everened gentleman took his seat. ; I Thb corresDondent of the London Timet f the 21rt nit, states that the Emperor, rlth a view of dissipating the exaggerated md alarmlnir rumors respecting Dis neaun, iroi In an onen caniaire from St. Cloud a r.ri klichtlnir from hi carriage at the Ibis de Boulogne, and walking aooui lor nma Hm. , The ostensible cause of bis klrlve, however, was to visit the Empress. J. L. Notes, for shf year past one of khe teachers at the American Asylum lor khe Deaf and Dumb at Hartford, nas gone !to Minnesota to take charge of the,Min inesota Institution for the Deaf and Dumb t Faribault. He is accompanied ny bis ifa and two rountr ladle from New Hartford, Conn, all of whom will becon- lected with the institution. Thb town of Hamilton, Canada West, iwas last week thrown Into no little exclte- ment by the discovery Hiat a man from Buffalo has been for a long time driving a thriving trade in decoying small boys kway lrora their homes for the purpose of using them as drivers on the Erie canaL The police have the matter in hand, and, It is believed, are on the track of the of lender. t Tmt statement telesrraphed from Louis ville, recently, and published in many pa pers, that Capt. Silas F. Miller, of the Bur net House, is to be the lessee of the new Gait Housp, of Louisville, is pronounced not true. Capt Miller Is a heavy stock holder in the new Gait House, but will have nothing to do with its management, as he intends to continue at the Burnet House. The entire bar of the Fairfield Judicial Subdivision, without party distinction, siirned a recommendation to Governor Cox to have Silas H. Wright, the Democratic nominee for Judge, appointed in place of Judge Van Trump, resigned. But the Governor disregarded the unanimous re commendation of the bar, and appointed James R. Groghan, of Logan, to the posi tion, when he knows that Wright will be elected by 2000 majority, in October. The case of Rev. W. M. Ferguson, of "Washington, Guernsey county, Ohio, was brought up in the Zanesville Presbytery, whose Representative he was in the late Old School Presbyterian General Assembly, at a called meeting, held at Zanesville, on Tuesday, Sept.4th. Noonedaring to pros ecute him f his letters to The Statesman from St. Louis, the whole matter was quashed. The meeting was called at the Instance of six persons, all of whom are political and some of whom are penonal, enemies of his. A Radical journal of Philadelphia "did a compliment" to Jack Hamilton by pub lishing the following: The presence In the proce?sion yesterday of Frederick Douglass has created an Im mense sensation, and a strong effort has been made to have him excluded from the Northern Convention. One person who was fully committed to this course went to Governor Hamilton, of Texas, to seenre his co-operation, The response t hat he receiv ed wa this: uJt it my opfnfon that Fred. Douglas kas more-brain than either you or I." I There is not the slightest doubt of it ! The Columbus Reception Committee. ' The Committee appointed on Thursday evening to visit Cincinnatt next Wednes day, and. receive the President of the United States and those who accompany him, and escort them to the city ot Colum bus, Is constituted a follows: : On lehnlf of tht Municipal Authorttiet Mayor Bull, W, L. Rom, James Patterson, Wm.Naghten, II. F. Booth. .: On behalf of the Pre Amos Layman, f The Ohio Statesman; J. M. Comly.of the Journal ; Fred. Fleser, of the Watbote; William Trevltt, ot the Criti; Charles tJ. Glenn, of the Gaaette. ' . i On behalf of th Citizen Allen G. Thur man, Joseph K. Swan, William Dennlson, Jieorge W, Manypenny, Jos. H. Geteer, ohn Geary, John G. Thompson, 8. 8. Hen kle,Gralton Douty, Thomas Lough, John Graham., The Journal and Mr. Miller. ' The Journal attempts a justification for not publishing the card of Thomas. Mil ler, Esq. Its attempted Justification amounts to this: The card was pot ac ceptable to it. No. It suited It to give currency to the assertion that Mr. Muxes Is now Superintendent on the canal, and It insinuated that in all likelihood he would colonise voters oa the canal, on the pre text ot repairing it, in time to assist In hi election: but it did not suit it to publish Mr. Miller's card in which he states the fact that he Is, not now and has not been for thirteen month connected with the ca nal.' If Mr. Miller's card was not to the liking of the Jottmof, Why did It not have the fairness and manliness, to correct It , statement in Its own language 1 ' . The orig inal statement of the Journal could have 'been Attributed to misapprehension; but Its refusal to correct that statement, after Mr. Miller bad called its attention to it, can be excused in no- conceivable manner. It convict the Journal of politidal dishon esty, Suppose It give 0 another disquisi tion as to what 1 "vulgar" and ungenUe- mnlj'i , ti..i '.i . ur f f.i '' in- r What the South Subjected Themselves to. i The Revolutionary Radical at Phila- delphla resolved la their 8th resolution, that the Southern State had subjected Vihera selves" to all the rule and (principle of in ternational Ja and the law of war appli cable to belligerent according to modern usage," in the late war. That, then, re lieve the Southern people from trial on a charge of treason; and effectually dispose oi the charge that Ihey are red-handed murderer., Ain't the; Radicals retting tbemselvet into all tort of taMmsittcucles? Did Editor of the Journal Injustice. r Jamllcr On the 6th Inst, we stated that "General Comlt, editor of the Cohtmbvt Morning Journal, is a dtlegate to the Southern Loyal Conventional Philadelphia, wherein Fred, Douglass is looked upon as a dis tinguished member." This statement can't be challenged. It' truth stands admitted. In connection therewith, however, we did say : ""'No doubt the General on his return will nut on airs In conseauenoe of that associa tion, and will undertake to demonstrstethe superiority of the Black over the White man. - ' - , This the Journal pronounces "a vulgar personal, article' and bs "very.far.trom being gentlemanly." That is, it is"vnlgar? and "uugentlemanly' to suppose that Gen. Coiily on his return home "will put on alr8" because he wa privileged to partici pate its a delegate in the Convention where of Fred. Douglass was a t membor; and that it is furthermore "vulgar',' and Vuw gentlemanly" to suppose that be "will un dertake to demonstrate the superiority of the Black over the White man but that he will hereafter be, as he bas heretofore been, simply plain, unpretending General Comlt, keenly alive to the amenities of life and scrupulously uice in their observance; and that to Imaglue that be could be other wise is "vulgar" acd "ungentlenianly.". . . We hope that we have now done full justice to the General, and that the charge, that we were, In our noticeof him, influenc ed by "vulgar" and "ungetlcmanJy' feel ings will be withdrawn. Traitors to the Cause for which They Fought. ; On the 4th Inst, Columbus Delano, the revolutionary Radical candidate for Con gress in the Thirteenth District, made a speech at Roseville, Muskingum county r- The reporter of the Signal In his report of the speech makes this statement: ' "Delano makes the Issue Uraiykt, and says that Grant, Sherman, Averill, Custar, Meade, Dlx and all the gallant defenders of the Union who co-operate with them, ars traitor to the came for which they fought aiu2 bled, consuirinir with a traitorous Prts- ideut to overthrow the Government." , , What think you ot that, soldiers and pat riots f Is it not an outrage, Infamous to the last degree, to charge directly or indi rectly that "Grant, Sherman, Averild Cobtar, Meade, Dix and all the gallant de- fenders of the Union who co-operate with them, ars traitor to the cause for which tiiey fought and bled, conspiring with a traitorous President to overthrow the Government." Avenge this insult by voting against the Radicals everywhere. Not Pleased: The Cleveland Leader is displeased because The Statesman has stated the fact that the reputed Southern delegates in attendance on the revolutionary Radical Philadelphia Convention, "do not represent a White con stituency at the South." The Leader, how ever, does not claim they do. What is It snarling for, then f . , Fred. Douglass and Anna Dickenson. By request Anna Dickenson and Fred. Douglass addressed the revolutionary Radical ' Convention at Philadelphia on Thursday. Their appeals were earnect in favor of Negro Suffrage, and they were heartily congratulated by the members of the Convention. LOCAL NEWS. Cleveland and Newbury Railroad. Company. , Certificate of incorporation filed in tlie office of the Secretary of State, Sept. 7. Capital stock, $60.000. Meeting at Groveport. General Jos. H. Gelger will address his fellow citizens at Groveport this afternoon, at half past two o'clock, on the political issues of the day. . . Sewing Machines. ; We invite attention to the advertisement of W.Pimmel. No. 16 East Broad street, who has six different sewing machines, and wishes to engage agents for one of the best machines In theworH. ' Bridges to be Built. . ; At a session of the County Commissioners on Friday, Sept 7, an order was entered for building a bridge across the canal at Groveport In Madison township; and also, for building a bridge across the Columbus & Xenia railroad In Prairie township. Police Court. Two Individuals were fined the May or's Court yesterday morninar fortaklng too much of the "ardent," and becoming un- duty excited afterwards. , Edward Riley and Wm. Cassell were the name of the unfortunates, who Were each fined $3 and costs, aqd being out of funds, were tomj ml tted. , , . , ; ; Pioneer's Picnic. The Pioneers of Franklin county will give a picnic at the County Fair Grounds on Saturday, Sept. 22.. A band of music will be In attendance, and an address de livered.,, The public generally are invited to be present. See notice in another col umn: f :- v ; ' - : The Ratification Meeting To-night. . Let there be a general turnout to the meeting to be held this evening at the west front ot the Capitol to ratify the action of the late National Lnlon Convention at Philadelphia.! The meeting will commence at half-past seven o'clock, and wilt be ad dressed in brief , and telling speeches by a number of our , best speakers. Let there be a large attendance of all who are for maintaining the Constitution and up holding the Union Of these StatesVj ; The Ratification Meeting To-night. Opera House. Considering, the threatening aspect of the weather early last evening, there was a fair audience at the Opera House; The or chestra music,' under the leadership' of ProC. Bpohr,. ;wa of course excellent Drake's Address to the American Flag was welt pronounced by Mr. G. Ti Mailer? And the Drum Solo by Master A; White was ex ecuted in the style of a finished artist. ' In the drama f the Floating Beacon, the amateur artist did not appear altogether at home, though, for person who; bad beyer before appeared in public 'on any stage" it wa pretty fairly presented, .'But in the farce, the reserve and shy nes bat were apparent before, had worn off,, and the rendition, was quite equal , to what it would have been, in the hands , of many more practiced artists.'' Paddy Mllet and the Doctor were especially well per soaatad.V On the whole, the entertainment wa creditable to the Dramatlo AmocU-tloh-iour -j.iJ .J-.'l lii t' .J-'iJJ 'J.iJi County Democratic Meetings. County Democratic Meetings. FRANKLIN Co. DEM. CEN. COM. ROOMS. COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 6, 1866. The Franklin County Central Commlti itee announce the following meetings: I j '( .' 'Groveporf, Madison townnhlp, Saturday; 'Bept 10th, at 3 o'clock P. M. Speakcrsp Geo. L. Converse, W. R. Rankin, John . G. Edwards. '' (, v Jlllllard'i Station;' Norwich township, Monday evening, Sept. 17tb, nt 7V$ o'clock. Speakers Matthias Martin, E. T. Deljiny. Dublin, t Washington . ..township. .J'rl 3ay, Sept. 61st, at 2 o'clock P. M. Speak- ers it.H.helman. llutencson'p ;i f Kew Albany, Plairt tewnsiiip, rveoawt day, Sept. 19th, at 2 o'clock P. M. Speak-. ers Matthlss Nfai tTn","Geo. L. Converse. Gehana, Mlfllin Township, Wednesday fvcolng, Sept. 10th", at fi O'clbcK. 8peak-era-Oeo. L. Converse. MatthlaBfarUn. Alton, Prairie Township, Thursday evening, Sept. 20th, at 7' o'clock. Speak ers E. F. Bingham, H. J. Wyley. f Grove Cityr Jitekson Township, WedBCfl day evening. Snpt. 19th,' at 7 o'clock. Speakers W. R. Rankin, fi. F. Bingham. Roynoldsburgh, Truro Township, Tues flnv, Sept. 18th, at 3 o'clock P. M. Speakers -E. F. Bingham, W.Jl. Rankin, i Harrlsburgh, Pleasant, Township. Sat iirday, evening, Sept. 22d, at 7i oVlook. Speakers John L. Green, Geo. X Con verse, and C1. Blair . VVilsoo. , -; ' , i By order Franklin County Democratic Central Committee T. S. SHEPARD, Chairman. SAM'L E. KILE, Sec'y. Obstructions on Sidewalks. . . . . n . . .. . i UDSirucuons on me siaewaim, ana iu me streets, are nuisances In the daytime, but especially so at night, particularly if it hap pens to be cloudy and dark.- A gentleman complains that on Thursday night, in pass ing along the north sidewalk of Gay street between High and Third, he encountered a huge pile of chips, and on turning up the west sidewalk of Third street, between Gsy and Long, he ran foul of a pile of firewood corded up on the sidewalk. As the gas lamps, on these rainy and dark nights, do not afford an extra amount of light In some portions of the city, such obstructions on the sidewalks are annoying, not to say dangerous. As they are in direct violation of the laws of tne city, those -ttiuelng them Should be made to remove them instantly, or suffer the penalty. Census of the City. An effort was made last Spring to have a census of the city taken by the Ward As sessors. But it failed, owing in part at least to the City Council's not being in working order. - It bas been suggested that a census might be taken this Fall with little expense by the persons employed to take the annu al enumeration of school children. If not taken now, it wjll be hardly worth, while to take one before the national decennial cen sus in 1870. Our city has been so enlarged in dimensions, and Its population so much increased since the last census iu 1800, that it seems desirable for many reasons to have as full and accurate enumeration: of Its in habitants as can be' made. The" subject is worthy the consideration of our city au thorities, o( the City Council in particular, as well as of our citizens generally. Committed to Jail. ! The burglar and thief who broke into the stables of J. H.Nell and Peter Rhodes on Tuesday night, and stole the niare'and har ness of the former, and the buggy and har ness of the latter, was arrested at Chilli cot be by Captain McCabe, who accompa nied Mr. Nell , to that place. He was brought to this city on last Wednesday niitht, and yesterday had a preliminary examination before Mayor Bull. He gave his name as Asa Reese. He waived mak ing any defense, and was required to find bail in the sum of one thousand dollars for ills appearance at the next term of the Court of Common Pleas. Falling to give the ball required, he was committed to the County jail to await the action of the grand Jury on his case. Attempted Burglary. I An attempt was made night before lost to enter the grocery store in the Buckeye Block, adjoining the Express office on the east A pane ot glass in a window in the rear of the store was broken! i A person In the Express office hearing : the noise pro ceeded to "reconnoiter, whereupon the Would-be bnntlar artd thieves took to their heels, and made good their escape. Attempted Burglary. Lost. A plain gold ring, with initials on the' n lde. The finder will receive the thanks Of the owner and be liberally rewarded by leaving It at the Probate' Court rooms In the Court House. , ,,; ,o:i: v, , Native Pearl Versus Porcelain. ; Dentist's ware is a poor substitute for Na ture's. Let those who so believe use the SOZODONTi whlch If dally applied, will prevent all necessity for false Teeth by keeping the real ones sound and healthy C T. Pfapt, at his Glass and Queensware store No. 239 South High Street has, oi hand a large lot of Fruit Jars of every de1 crlption,'at the lowest market price, whole sale and retail. , Country merchants will do welt to give him a call before purchasing. i July25-d2tawTu&StillSept25. !ilr l Dr. B. F. Bbkklet, having returned to the -city, may be consulted at his office, on forth High, street, nearly opposite Pesh ler'a Bank, at all hours during the day, when not fnrofcsBlonally engaged,. Juh7-dtt ! ,;:!;''l.:-;-rpep"i. I Do not suffer with dyspepsia When relief Is so close at hand.- Twenty - thousand people hay been cured of this terrible dls ease In the last year by the use of Riback's Stomach Bitters. , j r i II ' s - i ! Special CautJan. j Mrs.. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has ber Come so popular that various parties have put out articles .calling them Mrs. Wins low. Please take notice that THE MR. WfNSLOW OF THE SOOTHING SYRUP IS NOT CONNECTED WITH ANYOTH jR ARTICLE, n (. n' Y furie4-d&w3m ' , JJndeman & Co are daily receiving fresh canned'BaltimorePearipyserE, at i Amboe Building. , Coll anl try them. ' t . j gept5-dtf ,, ; 'j. I Classed In Book-keeping, Penmanship, Business Arithmetic, Telegraphy and Pbo ' Bograpby, will be, formed" Up suit ill who ' desire to take a coursoJn the College dur ing the ; vacation Ift' our publie schools. Ladles' Department ;'beaudluly fitted np.; Call and see for yourself- .,. . 1 r ... , .Vt'ANTED-OF Ok BFOI& THE i, . W i, dayaf Sptbw, a tmall Hoai.eDtraUy . toeata&v or an naf arnica rwta, and auard, U a few minatM walk of theatat UooM. Ioauire . thUJ&ae tur (uilllr pwticttvt, :j auitt-W.t, RATIFICATION MEETING OF THE PHILADELPHIA. NATIONAL UNION CONVENTION! ' A rally of the friends of Union. Peace,' and the Restorat'oh Polli-y of President Johnson, will be held on the West Terrace of the Capitol. West Terrace of the Capitol. —ON— West Terrace of the Capitol. —ON— Saturday, September 8, at 7:30 P. M. The following named gentlemen are In vlted",inl expected to address tnepeoplei Ool.: J. M. Connell,; Judge JThUr man, Vol J 4-A''" . !' 'Vi -, a. s. tteiiKie, cui. u. I . Li. iauer, voi. Blair Wilson, Gen. Jos. II. Gelger, Judge 2ewr..E..B. Eshtman, J. St. John Oiark invalid' JndgW.R. Rankhii- ' ' ! Let all the opponents of the Radical pol icy of Congress turn out and give a rous ing' demonstration." Let the people speak. i By ordiiroX'CoiiimltU'eof Arrngfinentt. Columbus? Sept. 6, 1866. " " " '" ' i;.r;i...V.,...r,-.rr.it.. A. Sells & Brother Will sell, lit No. 258 ' North. HigMtreeV 00 SJ, Seph Ihr. 1866, connnenclng at 10 o'clock A.M.:., ... L ' a 1 3 , f 1 rt. , 1 fx iimiiu nuu jut, oaiuuu ujLturtis, a large I lot of hotifehold furniture, consisting ' In part of one Koabe piano, two rosewood and j martAn-dittr aai 'tna triA fv fiiKlAe 1 til.rKt pair bedsteads, wash-stands, seven Ingrain and three-ply carpets, French and AinerlJ can mirrors, a large lot of oil paintings, bureaus, cane seat' chairs, one extension table, dining1 and1 kitchen tables, parlor and kitchen , stove, one large Stewart cooking stove, (in good order,) kitchen furniture,, glass and queensware, with a great Variety of other goods. ' - -i : . t J The saloon tixtures consist of bottle, de canters, ' barrels, sideboard, counter, pic tures, goblets, tumblers, chairs, tables, fcci, c V'y'-':. . ; ;:;".;';';:' ! The house and lot is in the very best business part of Columbus, on High, street, near the Depot. The buildings are large andsubstantial, 33 j feet front by 1S7, running to an alley ; good stable, carriage house, well, cietern and Wood shed;" also 300 bushels of good Hocking coal. " All, of which, with a great virlety of Other articles, will be sold without reserve. i . A. Seela & Bro, Auctioneers. , ., sept7-td , '. ; ' ' W. P I MM EL WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL DEAL er in Six different kinds of Sewing Maebinxf. PrincipaM'ffice forObio No. IS K Brodway, Co luinbua, Ohio. , AgaaU wanted for the -Etna taw ing Miohine, tbebntinthe world. ItmakeatbeleMt Look Siiich.on both ridnn alike; it ii ver limple. Very durable; almost novelet ; elrtantl; finished ; use lean tbread. than any oiher Sewing Machine, and is indeed the only Machine which can do all kind, of cwin, heavy or linht. and doit to p-rlao- 2 on. Krery Machine i fully Warranted. All per ini", gentlemen orladie;. wishing to encase in a DobH-. light, uxeful and prnfliahle bulner, should not neg'ecttbi" Kreat opimr-uni'y. Any auibitioui pnrmncan make a fortune in a short time by selling Ui-'e Machines. ..... . . . . .We also repair and rent out all kinds of Sewing la-nines.,- si.ic-' ' ;-Mi'.. Prineinal Office for Ohio, No. 16 Eaft Broadway, Columbot.Obio, . i , o . . . W . P1M11EL. epn a in ITIAItltlED i . ,,- ,;;.,. i LAWS0N POTTS In this city, on Wednes day, Abgut 15d. 1, fy the Rsv. Mr. Van Anda, Mr. Cbiuncbt Law80ji and Mrs. LaCba A. Potts. New Advertisements. SEALED PROf OSALS tyiLt. BE RECEIVED AT THIS OF- IV fice until Idondar,the ITth day September, Iftfioi At six e'dtocl in the ereninf. for fumisnin mste rinls and doing the fulluwiiiE work: .. For built ing a seven foot brirk Sewer tit Spring street, from the West side of Front street to the Sci oto river. For building a fire foet brick Sewer in Peter's run, from Center alley west to Fair alley, and thence n..rth In Thir.1 .Itntf n I For bnilding a seven foot brick Hewer in Peter's nib. from the west nde of tront street wetward to the aequeductorosfling the canal. . . I The toret oin work Is to be done tinder the Ordi nances of the City Connoil. and in aeoor.lanoe with the plans and specifioation which ma) . be en in this office.' - . The bids will be opened by the committee on Sew ers or by theoommiiteesin the Wards in which said improvement are Im-ate-i, and the right to reject any ot All of the bids will be c'nlmed by the ooin mittee. W W. POLLARD, City Civil Engineer. ! City Civil Engineer's Office, room .No. a, up stairs, ia No. IS Buckeye Mlock. sepS d&t West bote copy ! -i 1 1 .. i . i i , -FIRST ANNUAL PICNIC T ! i OF THl FRANRLLVi C0CN1T : PIONEERS, I .- , " r , - t - JRAMLIN COUMl f AIR GROUPS, SATUBDA1 1 SEPT. 22d, 1806. ' IIi THE PIONEER" OF FRANK- x. lin County (male and fema'e), with their chil dren and their children's children, are cordially in vited be present. r V , r- .A swot Band oCJtlaaie will be on hanA, and an Address, suitable to the occasion, may btexpeoted. Come at 10 o'oloek A. M. , and bring your baktt A committee will be on band to attend to them. ' I Should the weather prove unfavorable, there U The publio generally are invited and will be made Welcome. - i By order of the Exeeutive Committee. !sepTiatAipn8t I : i , i ' 't i. tt. oi. viiAitt, Jresiaeni. JL. - i ill fMl'l'llj GlIJDALE IEHAIE .(OLLEGk. rrtnt! TniDTEEfirH AKIN CAt. ' E. Jl siori of this institution commences on TUES DAY, September Ultk. instead of Tuesday. Sep tember llth, as heretol ore auneuneed. " '; ' . Iu beautiful location, ple&f antsurroundinr". mild but firm government, aiske it a pleasant Ioms for young ladies. Its extended course, thoroughness of lasiToetieii the faojUUiee afforded here for every branch of a solid or ornamental education, render u a place pf BUCCMsfUL tTVOT.. Special attention given to musical culture Terms as reasonable as tkoteof aaveimilarlristltatioB. n . ' ' I i For Catalogueaor farther informatina.addmsa : ! , ,"K i- D. POTTER, President, I , . . -' ' t .Uieodale. Hamilton county, Ohio.,, epi-uaieoa . , ; , ? : ,;; i. . . . . ... I .... J 1 CTXTART to. ; CO.! i Z- Wo,'lB ttl'tfc veea',"1,' ol '...),.;: i JLtBC,4aIIOl , ManufaoUren A Fholle e ?etU 'eileii U Tiii; Coppci: and Sheet Iron mW. 'Also, dealers, In Lawson's Hot Alt Farnaces; Ute's Superior English Cooking Eaogea, Grates, W kite Marble and Jlarbleised tilato acd Iron AUnr ,(i.U. HOLE. AUaHTS IUK .-)) I. STttitf lRT'S C00KIN6 STOVE,) And the noted Ailletw Coal Cooklag fitoya." " ,r " ' jmohU-aeodl ' Llt-eqi DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Demockati Ptatii ckitr1. Com. BoOMg,) v The Democratic State lOentral Committee announce tne following meetings : TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I V-At A ALIDA, Put nun ananryj Kpkeri Hnn. V. L. Vllndif him, Hon. a. 8. lilooui, CM. Geo, W. Andnwi. TUKDAY.8EPTBMKR 11 At CARROLTON, Carroll oountj. tipuken Hon. Oea. liliu, Hon. T. J. Kenny, Louil Hoheofor. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER nAt XANbSVILLE. Hpuken-Judse A. O. Thur nn nd oibr. ' ,T'HtJR8DAT"-81SrTEMBEn-WthA MARIOW. Marion oountv. Hpenkers C. L. VallandiBbam, Oo. W. Uonk, Col. W. P. Held. FRIDAY, 8KPTE MBEIl .Uth-At FINDLAY rilrinn. K. H. Enhfllran. Col. Wm. Munion. SATURDAY, HKrTKMBKK IS-At AbHLAND. Ahland countr. Soeakr Hon. C. L. Vallan- dbliac At UR 'i'ONV ham, Hon. jt. ri KanrwrtJuDa ai-mouBg r. , si Rl)AY, BEPTEMBER ISJ-At CUHHl n6ov :ioAMfoionoouni4r.' nDeaaei Col. UeW AloUook, Judge r. Van irump. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15-At UPPER SAN- LI US IV X . n Jtnaui oountr. Hoeaker Hon, dittos, E B. LiDeliaaiL UOI. JV Oi, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER IT At WARREN, Trumbull county. Kpeakan Hon. O. L. Vallau- , TUE8DAY.8EPTEM fR t EESiTOirl'ffar? dinoountr. 8paakira-liiin. lito. lUt PanuJoUia, Hon. J. M. Eitep, Col. Wm. Mungen. WEDNESDAY. HEPTaMBER IS-At LIMA, AJ KHl.-mf (fao.-W. MeCookawiC. W.Vallandiibani, WeSnESDAY.SEPTJ5MBER 19-At ELMORE. j otwwa county ;ftpkerHo.;C. jDAtirtlo, Col. B. Buroi. T.'P. Finelrook THURSDAY. 8KPTEMBER M At WO0D- I D.: Martin. Col. U.Burns, T, Pi Fi&etrock. VlljLti, nanau'Kj oouoir. ciiirt-Tnun, u. THUR8DAY.SEPTKMBER 10-At WOOSTERj . Wayne county. .Hpeaners iioa. ueo. u. I enoje ton. H. r. Ranney, John B. Young. - ' v THURSDAY SaPTKUBKU SS-At WAPAKO fi Bi l I A, augiaue ooaq y, npeaaers iuaKs sr. Van Trump, Uin. VY. II. Hill. Uoi. wm. ilun eeiu ,.,,( : .. i ,. n, , .... ...... n FRIDAY. , SEPTEMBER 2l-At,i?T. MABYS, ; Auglaite county, ipeakers Judge r. van I Tramp. Hon. W. 1). Hill, Col. Wm. Mungen. t-RlllAY. SKPTEMBER SI At GREENSBURO, i Sandusky eoontyi Mpeakert !. 1. Jnaninr i. Burns, T. P. Finefrock. FniDAT. 'SEPTEMBER 1 x Al' IIRFSDJETT. ; Muskingum oodnty. Bpeakef Hon. C. L. Vai- j landigham. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Sl-At CANTON, Stark county. Speakers Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton, Hon. Frank H. Uurd, Louis Schcofer. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER M-At STEUBEN- , VILLE, Jefferson county. Speakors Hon. 11. J Jewott. Hon. J. F. Follett. Louis Sehsster. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 35 At CELINA, j Jleroer county. Speakers Judge P. Van Trump, Hon W. I). Hill. Col. Wm. Mnniren. BATORDAY, SEPTEMBER W- At Mf . 'BtERLf i ISO. at 1 o'clock P; M. 'HpeaVerw-Jodge Uroen, i (ieorgo L, Converse, Col. If, B. Wilson. 'RII)AY. HtPl'KMBER Sl-Al HAMDEN. V In ! ton county. Speakers -Judge A. O. Thurman, Hnn. O. F. Moore and Hon. b. r. Bingham. BATL'RDAY. SEPTEMBER M At PORTS f MOUTH, Soioto count r. Speakers-Judge A. O. Thurmau, Hou. O.F.Moore and Hon. E. F.Bing- I ham :' r I ' . ' K , ' V ' BATURDAT,' SEPtEMBERJ-At MINERVjt.' j Stark county. Speakers Hon. Ueo. H. Pendle ton, Hon. Louis Schatfer. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 94-At OALLIPOLIS, . tisllia county. Speakers Judge A. O. Thurman. ! Hon. 0. F, Moore and Hon. E. F. Bingham. Tuesday. September ss-At van wert. t Van Wert oounty. fpenkers Judge P. Van I Trump, Hon. S. S. BI'kiui, Col. Wm. ilungeri . TL'tSDAY. SEPTEMBER 86-At NOBWALK, Huron county. Speakers Col, Ueo. W..M)(Jook, Oeo.W.Houk,T.P.Finefrock. THURSDA Y, SEPTEMBER J7-At PORT CLIN- 'ION, Ottowa o unty. Sneakers Col. Ueo, W. i McCook, Ueo.'W. Hook, T. P. Finefrook. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 38-At SANDUSKY : CITY, Erie county. Speakers-Col. Ueo. W. McCook, tieo. W. llouk, T. P. Finefrock. (SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S At ELYRIA. Lo i rain cuunty. Speakers Col. Ueo. W. ilotook, : H. B. Payne, John B. Young. , , .. . . , BATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19-Ai 'CIRCLE ; VILLE. Speakers to be announced hereafter. , TUESDAY, OCTOBER J-At MEDINA, Medina i oouuty. Speakers H. Ii. Payne, John B. -xoung. Bv order Stute Central Committee. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Ch'n. C. J. BEAM, Sec'y. . , i ' . ' i , i , i Gen. Josira IT, Oeiokr will address all conservative men favorable to the restora tion policy of Andrbw Johksos, at . . , )( ( j Steubenvllle, Sept. 22d. - j ; j' ' j Sandnsky City, Sept. 28th. . V n .1 I . i j Reputation Established! , Mrs. S. t '3ftten is truly a public benefactress, and Iter wonderful success is unprc ccdentcd. Iter fame and htrrdtscqterici! haveygonc. atirodd'itnd ' tb-daif she ' is in her line theldrgest man ufaiturcssih the world. ,., 1 EYerybodyi InterestecL nitth aid, nltt n.2rt. are. alike. ' . . x,n.-l- ' mm. J,r"l benefited toy I net. use of Urs. S. .1. .lllen's World's Hair liestorer and Hair Hres's ihg. They act directly upon tlie roots of the hair i causing luxuriant gr diet hand beau tyi "Vourliair if changed to grey or white by sickness or pthcr tmtsci 'tiiti soon he re stored I to ; ft s natural color, and beauty. Dandruff erad icalcd 'forcter. The Hair falling, stopped. Thc, most I... . '.. f - . . acncaie ncaa-aress or'ooM-io net can bewom without fear youth, ahd retain it through lifef without delay purchase a bottle of each oftflrs.S.wl. Jlllen's IVOrWsnai&'PjP storcrandDressingti Boll By Drn'gWtil'lbronAotft the World, , 53M eSiraesk war a Ak. NawvYArku I. bAPITALtJHIVERSITY; rriiEriLL TEBirr 'COiriittEiTCF.ijr Is WEDNESDAY, tbeatb int. AH whewiekA miter any of tne classes, snonia 00 so at on-e. Application mar be made at the College building. orth of the Railroad Depot, or at No. S3 East FrieooV, ItreetA; - -Ju,... .WM. t. i.EnMANiV, , lepS-istv - , . .. . - s - ftaiident.. Hocicirjc COALT I arerftd 'anv-eart ef theeitrvf Railroad' Depot. Orders left at my storeJBuokeye Block, or aent by, Colnmbnt, Jane 18. IBS., ;., ,. ; ,,,jutwV6,-aja JAMES A. WILCOX, aoi tit.'dM a.tofe airr hhk vaJ'f sepS-dlm mi. c. c rsnARP 1 vTr . r-vi4 ,-ssi2 .t EciectioPhyeiciaii-fi? Surgei eon. OFFICE 1 On Fowtfto'C tetweehHfatVfinJ JUkiduci-So. AS SoalAtau etiMt. ..., lepl tliioob-U'iiofli of soiling. ThemostdelighU imnarted.1 If vou wish to A n.j'L !: Z'';; liVl.. restore uour nair. as in sPECIAli'NQTICKSi l GECHET SISBAOE3 1 AHAR it a n 'ft OIFT,! f - " 4' -ij ; 84SIABIT4Wfi GIFTS THK MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USE . V. , . v A Positive tare." ' rO OOJfOJtSJJOSA. Villi STSlOTVMia.AC. Contalna ne Mineral, ne Balsam, no Mercury. Only 7ra iiWs to b cl a Cmre They are entirely vegetable, having ne smell nor ,enappleasatt taste, ana will a t ia any w nrr the stomach or boweli of tbemostdelieate. Cures in from tweto fear itsn. and recent, eases n "tnenty-fourboorty. 7. A .JtT WO tlrOll'Rl, KO TROriLI, K0CBAK6I WIATSTBA "LH Ihoe wTioTiaTeartpflrea TetWnf tVr9frt who have been gorged with Balsam Uopabia, Of Mercury, try Rent 6y mail ia, i"ptl .WJoM, 'SlW.JlalAA fa JAIAI VA4UAidaAll M A , paukae. tl.w, ramale .". I mm l-TPVlfclS'1rl riMM-Jll, D1HFAHES .. the west potent, eertain and efleelnal remedy eve tr scfibed it resobes and eradicates every partida of the venereal poison, so ttat the cure is thorough and permanent. Ts-ibea,thleparir4asaaedrv' and bajiealed, and do noUtrammlt to your poalerttI that for whlen y omaf rapentiaaftetyesirt. i jj PriclJper vtte. w-m. A. . aTe Patient, take noticej The ingredients are known to the physicians who use tbeui.ss you will tee by aaefllclnr, ,TT tUn oj POST BOXriTAL.FOHT MAFSHALL, I . Baltimoki.Md .Keb.JO.lMt.j ' Tbeve great satisfaction instating that I have sed 'Tht&aarUan't Bmtdiu' Sot Venereal Dis ease in Iu mottcuston ary forms; that 1 have used them with judgment, discretion, and properly, and ' have fonad them respond to my anticipation t promptly and eHectually. Knowing their composi tron.l havettirfulleeteoafideTiee in theie-ernoacy and as far my we af tuegi eVnds..l reoQiumend them strongly. pi,,., .V. ',,-ALFBKDC. BOWERS' it ' , " ',MAsslsUnlRuronlitbNew York VoU. ' Sold b0. ROBERTS. and by Druggists. ' ' ," lEiriU!HIS tOeJ t !" Proprietors, tu Kaeeaereet.Fhiladslpljin r ..octai'ie-ij-jiw k . , . - it BTiian'p Boot and Herb Juices. 1 1 Tjii grea Bleed Purlntr;anl rmniij M Vrorula, tUearefarre.epas; e'lleH," I acalee, Ball, Hyphllie ar Venere T" at Itlaeaeee, Ac. (1 0 I I J I i .QVOlIA Hflli ' is-ir Aw . . . . , . , - . , . ,,u An exierienred Utrte and Fen-ale Pbysiolaa . ! 4 retpt to th attention pf Mother her S bp thi ng S vrup '' I OH CIIILDREH TF.ETHINO : ,lUb grestli ftolUuflil tb proeesi of letthlng.l ri tecivg the gom ridveingall intammttionswill , llayALL PAlf andsiuniodles tlon.andis , .' . i Sure to Ffegylate the Bovy i reT'ni rol i( rnethart.ij w(jl fivi tqtfo tptii 'elves and Itelirf nii4 nealllilei Tei Isjlttaita. I W e bare pat up and sold tbia article for over 30 . resrr, and cam sat iv'cOMnniKri add tkcth of . t plat ehvee,er bees able to, saycf ayoth Ltd fdielne-xsraafeAS it- aiaadui A aiwta : erTJKCI TOIf ICT A Crsr.when timely used. ' ererdid we know a instae'ee of dlssatlsfaotloa t any en wke nscd It. On the contrary, all are ' ; alighted with its operations, and speak In terms of oien endstion of Itl mtgleal effects and medlaa fliluee.- We speak in this milter "viirtl do (Vow " after 80 years' expeTienoe; aim r!Dn. jri narOTATioNPOBTaa rri.riu.ii but or what t mi ptCLAlt. In almost every Instance where" the infant is suffei in from pain and exhaustion, elief will be fonnd In fifteen or twenty minute af ter the ajrup is administered. , .- . ..,ri .Fnll directions lor ostnt willaocompeny each boa. 'le. None genuine enles the fae-eimile of CUR TIS A PaKhlN, ,hw York, U a Ike owtitdr rapper. , I. ) , i r y .' i. hold by all Prugglstf throaihout the world.'- " ' . PBICE, OHW. M (JKBTS PEBBOTTB.. . eprt3nldw6m , . ; ' j I HYGIENIC WIRE, THE GREAT IMPORTED TOfllC) i Used bythe best Umilies throughout Europe; A ro roved by the imperial Scbooi of Medioine, - Indoraed by the prominent Jiemrersni me Amerv i of the iventio lean Medical Association at their Convention, held ' in Baltimore, May 1st, 1806. Contain no Spirit of if any etna, and tueretore NOT INI VXICATINO I IT THB LEASTV It h prepared in Peril from prtre Bherry, and ad- tnlts iu iw composition only tunic, aromatic and ' ftbrivg substances Ladiis will find it a Helloloos substitute fur the Virions tonics which have aa alcoholic fcedy. j ' .1 tivatAi rr.rtki!, is a rare wine 01 mostaeiigni-i leof frfl flavor. It istheriire juict of a nwitdtlicwnt" urav. It surpasses in excellence any table wine in the country, used in r oropeiorsaorameniai pur- poses. Unurcb people aremvuea to inquire into It. ' These, wines are sold bv all drueaists. and bv R. Jones a son and Houston a uardner, co- 'umkus, (Jcy ( 1 xiirr hLLtfl Sltb Sl l al lTt.AlA..lI A mmm,r eTitai at lit! A ' viuuiuuriii jABjvnsjBiva vutvt. PEBIT1ANENT AND IVIUE-HPKEAn, SUCCESS IS THE BEST EVIDENCE P 4 THE GOODNESS OF BBANDBETH'S P1I.LS. Tbey ibould,be in every family, ready for as on the first .sytAptoine'of disease oeeuVrini This method will often save life. Remember, th Chalet; a miiit aa treated aa sv. Paleon, And yma aat deniakii it slibld'U eot rid of without delay. Colds, rheumatism, asthma, plea- riiy, diarrhoea, eolics, in fact, all sickness is the eon- ...neof mr lmporHies ii att biood. Thee. being removed, the health is restored atone. Observe my name in the Government stamp ia votteletfef. "8oiabyDrtgg1iUl:! " ' '" atigiS-diwim , ... ; ,' r B.BRAKDBETH . BANKING HOUSE Of Corner Wal I ANaeaaa, Sta., New If ark. ! In connection with' our houses In Philadelphia and Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK BOUSE at above location and offer our services to Banki. Banker?) and investors for th Iransaetion af theh-bdtlnoM'in this elt;1nclttdirjt pnrenites aody sales of Uovibkmint Sbcvbitiks, StociS.Bokd AMD Gold. We are constantly represented at the " Btftebjti-si rid tard,wof4Dt J tuirmHljfille4.VkMpqrraMd :i4 ..iii.i., iidiniiiia UOYiJdVMENT SECURITIES OF ALL ISSUES, ' buyint and selllni at cuenk price, aii rtlitrlai" liberal rate tni mara ; ACOokEsVtOvO t I J4i PvbUtUd, in a I4al4dlwc4lyp. fries omit . A LEOTTJBS t.i ATtBAIiJalATMJ!? and RadicaTCure of Spermetorrbma, or Bemi.nal Weakness, Involuntary bmiaalooa, Sexual. Debility. and! m pediment to Marriage generally: oervons-., F Vr ess, UonsumpuoD, apuersy. anu iii .i.i.u. , steal incapacity, reeuuiug imm dh-a.w, ItoBT. J.7t)r;wa tK JVJ-l!rri.- t' 1. L . A BMtaTki'ifMii1 )f "titferer. Bent ander seal, in a Plain envelope, to any aa dress, poo pat. on receipt ef lixeente.er two poet-- ae stamps, by CHAKo-'J. Vi ALln Aa UU.j m Bowery. Xiw York Pottoflioe box ,488 eh . 1 kl Alt L -Ml (,1fll lX .il -A .1 o ioiOT(Hi V.l sUm.li.Kl JfAMH HA S.tAU.i.tOIHf 'tblteAN'sAcNdAl- 'tfAEhti I'i j Tbli ithemostdclightfuIandextraordinaryarUol erdUwma ghfrfi,irr-brfi nd hands to a pearly aatln texture of ravishing beauty impHtinf th mfMf write.o pouthfMdrtAe-jM-r-H4e ppeeniievo Inviting in th oity bell of I It, removes tan ,-fUt, lples and rpughneei froar thl ikln,aving th eomplexloa rresl), trepspa rent and i.mooth." X JonUIni, BO ma. tral inini(iul to Jsin,J1?tfm!ed byeeiaiQ and upera dingers, it is wnatevwy lady suoald !L iddi all oniai to" X trjytm a syjj n a tAaweV Aiv Ait m''' ' aW-fRfaaSWlfa oca-dw' i tnntnf .TeitJ f Iff ptepared, pni'pAntf d Vefeti IerlB,' bi a lea ax xieit;.'! orsalepy.t ii Vefctabl OU in eomblnaUoa with .tair4 and especially designed for theses pt and fori lb Nnraarr. IU petfuut) It .'Audit washing rfotlUe nrtvaTli!:--'" tx-gMt JU DraolitA;"' feklOAsili:;"'