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'e. BxitiExnAiv; Editor. ; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ALLEN . THUUOIAi, f Frank'. la. r.' FBjbtlKL . I7n4 of Hob niucin o STArsViii ...ai.i . - C. FCLTOKi ef Crawferd. J ,07. JHU.IWJP erf ssssyi i . ) i" -" J i J ' fwpajrsra judos. 7HS4 Jol,f JaaanJJAoa. uMi'aii gnrioun n mtrBTi,"-ta ' WILLIAM tlUfalDArf, J- of WmisOBw. "AKTBCK HTJOHKSrC-f Cuyahoga. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. News of the Day. OoMcl&rinClaclnMt yestrrHarew Thi, Sandwich Islanders are abottt to 'clatlon will met at Pittsburgh a Jn 12. j .ihni; ar itor"-niiieilYeedmen'3a-j rean agents In the State of Texaa. - j h, Tif 'TegoSdayi attendance, "h j JPaHs ElpoeiUon U Wflm persona. 1 Otxr BQyOOQ foim&i "of wool i have been tecelTedVd Kanaka City Iroinltfew Mexico hiy-Miiwiirlo-) e43 .3 KS .o? Boston baa an'smdertaker who adver tise)' hie hop by a Aham corpse In the win dow KI Js" Tiaav-Jfeic York Herald office it connected t with Mr. Beiiaetfi residence oWashlng toa Heigbtaby telegraph. :(; - oj Thb BhilaMphiaEvening Bulletin claims torJftwnATohnQiaufUie' auggesUon of Walrassiaas the name for our new posses- A Boston man. has oT hta brother for 10,000, for aireged slanderous words used in a letter to hta abler.3 1 A o AMnr 6,000,000 rivet were iised In con tractiog the iPeria Exposition, 15,000,000 hole being puached to receive them Wisdxu. .Psiujn save, "Che best edu cation U the-world ,J tht got by atiug 'gling to get aiiving." ' y , au season is inniraiiinx uwpvniu (hat , -T? ?. Filli tha bwu wHk wheat and bay." "Thb Independent Bumblebee and Brown love SOw 0m," Is the title of a "Radical pa per aoeajo be iUrted la Chattaoooav-- ... T Datcn iierormea esynog in voicago ire considering the expediency of dropping ' the word "Datch from their title. - y o ! Fiuworks will not be allowed in Boston j next 4th of July. . Sixty thousand dollars Jhave ' heretofore been annually expended I -In Boston for fireworks.- : :, : 'i;.; j i"'';A scbjxot of Victor Emanuel has In- 1 vented: a breastpin from which, by touch- j log a little spring, one can extract a sac- ! cession of choice airs from favorite operas. H , Ma. ucsik recently , preached .a pow- . rfol aeraiou upon the love of moneys . He j advocated wealth, saying that it underlies ; civilization, .refinement, art, letters and re- ; ligion, but deprecated, the hoarding of1 DWej o ua jaw noment o ium y Thx early closing movement for the Lon- j don shops has been Indorsed' by the fash- j ionable society- ot the metropolis.: Four- : tfin lnndrri lidltii, all "loodrrfi of aab-- AvAP decktre-tbey will no losger do their abopplng after two oclocJt on Saturday. It appears' from official documents that In 1861 there- -were In France in every-ten thousand marriages n6 fewer than'one hun- ' dred and 1 sixty-seven between, .relatives, j .Ttia'proporti h-beea-oostantly'-ia- : creasing since .1861, when It was only one I hundred and twenty-nine in ted thousand. A Nw York reporter exhibits both can- tion and ingennity In saying of Jefferson : Davis: His departure will depend almost : entirely upon eirenmstances Mr. Davis is ' in no particular haste'to leave the city, but, at the same time, Is opposed to a protracted ' etay -"v;; ;vf . V. '. n S . - STATIC HIWI.M 34 " A comtxmptiblb scoundrel .jjamed Jas. Kelly, attempted : to -commit s rapep last Sunday, says the-; CircleMU Union, on a lit tle girl vo years old, daughter of Thomas -Beodiog. of Walnut township Tae-vU-laln was arrested and brought before Jus tice Morris,- who sent him to this place where he Is now confined in jail. ' A - v Oif Tufflday evening last, says , th JVo- , iis bWy BepubUcaiL, while little Mackey 'Morris, son of Cept. Thomas W. Morris, of , "tbia place, ana several other, little boys ' vrere play Ing a game known as "mumble the pegs," one 01 the little beys in throw- : log the-lralfe -over his head accidentally .stnwV Macke in the left eyeJwlth" the 1 point bf it, tojurtng and lacerating the eye . tall so badly that little hope Is entertained that thoaightof the aye ean be saved, -s ' - Jost before coal train No 17, Mahoning -Division, A. & G. W. K. K, reached Auro ra, 00 last Friday afternoon, Morris Jones, 1 brakesman, fell underneath the train and wa instantly killed. Mr.J. was attempt ing to pass from a coal car to the tender on the engiae, when be accidently slipped and went under. He was literally ground and cat to pieces. So says the Warren Otnutitu jtwn. Ths Dayton Journal gives an account of 'an affray which occurred near that place on Sunday last In which a jnaa named ' Brandt was so badly beaten by a party of six persons that 1 was thought he would die. . The ilfficulty grew out of a fight be- .tweeu the son of one of the assailants and Brandt's boy. ' The men also severely beat -th boy wbo tried to keep them from killing bis father. ,T, . " r. - . 7 . Wa learn, says the Morrow County Senti nel, that on Friday week-a little girl, aged fourteen months, of Mr. Pierman, of North Bloomfleld, met Its death by drowning. The accident, we learn, occurred about as follows . The children were out in the yard playing, and leaving the child alone, it walked np to a boiler full of water, and was playing in it with a stick, lost Its balance and was drowned before assistance reached jt.!;nr) f :! ' 4 4 raiNonaviV Haaa is having iu turn of the late prevailing Massachusetts excite- .neat. .Jn this instance the. circus did it. Tbf Springfield". School Committee, after the youthful appetite bad been sharpened .y. visions of a coming . circus, issued ka, manifesto that any boy who stayed away from school on circus day (May 17) should 'be' whipped or expelled, according1 as be .' did or did not have' the consent ot his parents In W doing One lad, whom bis parents allowed to ataylat home, (and who did. ot-attend the circus,) was whipped. Another; wbo byeonsent of parefitr'at Aeaie&i the clrcaa, was wxpelled. These things being noised abroad, agreat indig nttloa!wM itirred up, and the end It not j -yet,'.'.il.:..' -r ' ' t' - ' The Journal Feareth Repudiation Because a Democratic Paper Wants to Pay off the Debt. An editoria.in a late dumber of the & dnnati EnquiHrSoeva hv .frijrhtohed our amiable neighbor of th Journal from his propriety. That paper quotes from the Enqnfrtr tMs ! 'The.Deorjle are obllired to take lesral-ten- ders for their debts, while the bondholders have gold Xb&money ot the people Usub )ect to State and local taxation, while that of the bondhoMers.' derived freaa their honds, Is xempted from It. i 5 '5 J. ! And tiWreupon the tmraaf cries out "that the Democratic party is in favor of repul diating the National Debt, because, says that.Bheet. Democrats "know that repudiaj-tlon- will be the end of republican governj ment on this continent, and throughout the world." -y.AH bi scarecrow Jiugluess comeafroco the fact that the -ffngnfrer is in favor of pay ing off the National Debt as fast as it be esmes due. The very article from which nllna ita pi-trftrt ihnwl it. r- " - -- - - gress, by law,, baa made greenpaokf a legal tender in payment of all' debts;1 iex- cept those due the Governient for Tariff duties.- Even contracts made for payment in gold have been- Bedded fty, 'Abolition judges to be of no binding efficacy, so far as the gold is concerned, and, have ordered the money to be paid ity legal tenders'. " Not one dollar of the money paid the Government for bonfls ware paid ! any thine bnt paper currency. The taxes to meet the interest on the.Opvejrnment bo.ads is heavy and greviou to be bOrne.'''It par alyzes to a great extent the industry of the country, and nndellU" broshirfg fofciS,' la bor fails to receive its just reward, for a large portion of Its earning. has,toJie.paid to the Government in the taxes which It Imposes on eyerything;man eats or wears These taxes 'added to Hhose of the State government are more than many of our citizens, can jy",'and tftU lact leads many good men and patriots to fear that the debt will ultimately repudiated. Tof'obviate this to' preserve the honor of the couutry the Enquirer proposes to pay this debt,' except the gold bonds, as it becomes due, in the legal tender currency of, the country. This, plan, if adopted, MU prevent repudiation, and at the same time lessen the taxes of the people more than one-half; besides furnishing a green back currency amptefor the wants ot the country- Now the currency is made up of the circulation of. the National banks; based on Government bonds 4nfl redeem able in greenbacks, thus showing that the law views, as the people do, that the green backs are the better and more valuable cur rency. This it is proposed to exchange for the 7-30 bonds dollar for dollar thus saving the-Government' and the people $73,000 In interest on every million dollars in bonds the Government has issued. We cannot ; see any great crime in this. We know that it will be a great saving. It will cost but little to print a sufficient quan tity of "greenbacks to redeem' the 1 (bonds. Thefaith ot" the nation is pledged for' the redemption of the greenbacks, just as it is for the redemptlen of the bonds. The one draws no interest bonds draw a rate of interest so high that. If exacted by a citi zen, (he law vrould deem it usury. With the money the Government would pay the bondholder for bis bonds, he could pay his debts, tor they are a legal tender by law. Where, then,- is the great wrong in the proposition, which so excites the editor of the Journal t We cannot see it. Negro Suffrage—Negroes During the War. The Negro Suffrage advocates and the Abolition papers that support Negro vot ing in Obks pay but a poor compliment to the White soldiers, who voluteered to aid In putting down the rebellion, when they say that the successful Issue of the war was mainly-owing-fio the Negro troops, and to the patriot! 8m,of the descendants of. Ham. General Haipik MM ilks O'Rmly who rared nrominentlv in the late war on the side of Ittae ".Nohln. a recent number bf his paper, the 2v ev. York Citizen, makes the following statement;'-.... ... ; uIi Judge Kelley bad been South during the war he could notiave the hardihood not even he could to speak .ot the- ne groes of the South as if they had been loy al to the umtea states aunng tne reoei lionj - The fact is that n inetv-fl ve oer cent. of them were as faithful to the Confederacy as any average equal numoer 01 aoutneru whites. They formed the quartermaster, commissary, ordnance and pay. depart ments! toe re Del armies working taitb fully and perseveringly at their allotted tasks, although nor live per cent, of the able bodied whites were left" at home to compel. -them -to.this work, bad they been otherwise minded. It . is simply a bald, bold," black falsehood to speak of the South ern negroes as having been faithful- to the Union, or faithful to any thing but the re bellion, during the recent civil war." .We - do not know the number of negro troops enlisted in Ohio during the war, but from an official document presented by the the Assistant Adjutant General of Ohio to Governor Cox, and nsed by Mr. Kellogg, of Ashtabula, in his speech in favor of Ne gro Suffrage and against the disfranchise ment of deserters, the number of Ohio negroes who' "deserted during the " war amounted to Eight Hundred and Sixty t When it is remembered that it was late in the war before the Government allowed negroes to be enlisted and that recruiting stations were opened in the State for col ored troops to fill ep-the quota for Massa chusetts, the per cent, of negro absentees. as shown by ' this table, over the small number enlisted in Ohio must be very Urge. . .- i In the earlier part of the war, Mr. Dkn- nison, of this city, then Governor of Ohio, absolutely refused to allow a single negro to enter the army, perhaps fearing, from his knowledge of the race, that they either lacked patriotism or courage. . The" reason why the Radical Abolition ists are anxious to confer Suffrage on the Negro race is that, in the waning fortunes of- that party, they need the votes of the Negroes to save them from, defeat. . The Tennessee organ of Radicalism, the Nash ville Times is alarmed for the prospects of Browblow, for re-election as Governor ol that State, and in its fear" that paper says "If It had been suspected that the ne groes . of this State would vote with the .Conservatives, the right of suffrage would never have been conferred on them." This lets the cat ont of the bag. As an exchange says : It is not that Radicalism is in favor of manhood suffrage,'! . but that it hoped ' to get votes in the South by its adontion. Convince the Radicals that the negroes, as a body, will vote against them, and Congress will take measures to dis franchise them as soon as it meets. These facts expose the hypocrisy of the Negro Suffragists, and with it, disposes of the slander that the negro race was the 5nlv patriotic one during the war, and that negro troops were alone to be trusted In the hour of our country's trial, Meeting in Vancouver's Island. A meeting was i Vancouver's Island, to "take Into consld eration the state of the colony, and the proceedings resulted in a denunciation 01 f .h- local 'government, a resolution to petition the Imperial authorities for a re anonsible government and reciprocity with the United States ana in case tuac isiiea, al a. that u Her Majesty, would make arrange ments lot the' annexation of the colony to the United States." "This proposition was received with loud cheers." ' f "' " ' j j- Vancouver's Island is embraced with the territory ceded to England in J846, evert anti-Democratic" Senator Voting to advis President Pol to do so. -i The Mobile Riot—Gen. Swayne's Report. ,rTbe official report of Gen Swathx, eom uanding the District ot 'Alabama, on the riot in Mobile on the Uth Inst-which has Just been rendered,Is a complete refuta tion of that previously rendered by the Radical journals. Gen. Swatnk, known to our citizens as a Radical Abolitionist, upon carefuf personal investigation, ot the inci dents and causes' f; 1 the (disturbance, Iraaehes the foUowiag eoaclaalonaw... . So far as I can learn, the disturbance wsfe not apprehended or' deliberately planned; unless possibly by. a small party ot ruf fians, .such as are usually found inj cities. Hoc do I flnd' that, aftee it commenced Jt was" -participated "In by A largei numt ber of perrspna, , bal .that, on the contrary, the scene was hastily abandoned except by- the police, and by soalrparties of ireedmen as eathered 'together for de fence, 1 iot l from confusion - or excite ment. It seems that the speaker having been for some time; interrupted by per sons who should have been immediately re moved, a single -arrest was made. This was accompanied by the discharge of a pl. tol, after which a number ot shots were fired at the stand occupied' by the speaker and his friends. 'After a momentary lull, a largenumberof additional shots were fired, apparently without vindictive purpose, the weapons se far as known being pointed ia the air. I do not find that a greater charge than timidity or"lnefflclency can be sus tained agatnst the police' authorities of the city-of Mobile. -.. -. y -.? -, I This, doubtless i a truthful representa tion of the whole matter, but it is In flat contradiction of the statements telegraphed to the JVew York 'Serald on the . night of the disturbance by its correspondent in Mobile, "and at Once transmitted to the "pa pers of the country by the; Associated Presiv..v, ! '.!'. -:- . ; The Difference. The Abolition press charge that the Ad ministration of Mr. Uuchakan was pro fligate, and 'that Its expenaoe were large beyond precedent. . Admitting this to be true, let us contrast the last year of that Administration ' with ' I860, the country both years being in a state of peace, when Abolitionism held sway in all departments of the Governments ' Here it is : I860. OiTll Perria..'....8,148,65t For'a Iotereonna.. 1.183.3U7 Miacralluieoaa . 80,658,007 Dap't Intarior..,.. S.85S.S8S War Department, w M.4U9.T87 Nmij lepartmentU14.)50 - 1866. Increase. $U.287,tt8 $.I3,173 . 1.33S 388 - 175.181 . 37.430.744 772.437 18,SS2,418 14,896,730 SB4.44S,701 $68,039,834 43 324.118 3110.8 8 SS948,471 $387,681,185 S338.843.4S3 , The party , which has thus multiplied the expenditures more than six times, came Into, power with professions of economy noon Its banners. How nobly it has re deemed them 1 An Abolition Oversight. :A law of Congress passed .many years ago, when the Bepubllc was one and Indi visible, provides that on the admission of a new State an additional star shall be added to the N atlonal Flag on the 4th day of July next following. r . ; No law has yet been 'passed naming the time when theistar of any State, wiped from the Union by Abolition legislation, shall be expunged therefrom. Congress ought to meet in July to remedy ;this over sight, or else on-the coming 4th of July the stars representing the States of Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mis sissippi, Florida, Texas,. Arkansas, Louis iana and. Virginia, will continue to shine on the blue field, just as If the Union was not dissevered, and these conquered Terri tories and the people residing therein, had rights as States that Sumner, Stevens, Shkiaababgkr and other Radicals were bound to respect, v Lots of Loyalty. Chief Justice Chase, Horace Greeley and Gerritt Smith were the prime movers in securing the liberation of Jefferson Davis If there has been any wrong done in the release of Divis, the responsibility rests en tnese leaaers or tne -KepuDUeaa party, Exchange. . . Davis wasfreleased on bail by an intense ly "loyal" Judge his principal bondsmen were "loyal." and the "loyal" District At torney; and Evasts, bis "loyal" colleague, brought from New York to aid him, inter posed no objection. It is a "loyal" concern throughout, and "loyally" did each of these ,"loyali8ts" act their part. The 'Lojal League" of New York seem dissatisfied with its "loyal" brethren. "Gravbkard," a correspondent ot the Philadelphia Tree, writing from Bethle hem under date of May 14, says that Jeff, Davis is shortly to take up bis residence in Bethlehem, Pa., adding that the widow of the late Senator Brodbead, wbe is a niece of Mr. Davis, and an adopted daugh ter as well, has for some months been hur rying to completion an elegant mansion in one of the most charming localities in the borough. The Brett Is rather poor authority, but we give the item for what it is worth. Geo. Mason, a Southern spy, suspected of having been connected with the assas sination plot, has lelt Toronto tor Wash ington- to testify against burratt. Mant- field Serald. ... . , ; And like the switt witnesses before the Court which, as Donn FtATTsays, "hanged Mrs. Surratt for keeping a boarding bouse In Washington," this Southern spy! will testily against John H. Surbatt, swearing to any thing that Judge Holt asks. - The communication-of Philo-Ohio is, as the writer says, written by a Republican. He was one of those that organized that party on the ruins of the Whig party, and has been one of its ablest and mot consistent advocates. Radicalism has proven too strong a dose lor him. The Toledo Commercial says that Dr. Forbes of that city recently performed a surgical operation upon the "double upper lip" of an otherwise handsome young lady, by which the deformity was entirely re moved, and the lip made as perfect as the other. Lots of Loyalty. [From the Washington (Fayette County) Register.] Burglars Frustrated. For some davs a portion of our citizens had been kept in fever beat, Dy the confi dential information ttiat a Dana ot ourglars were employed on our turnpikes, ana were making arrangements tor a raid upon some of our business houses at an appointed timer which was- last Saturday night. in order to bag the game and frus trate the villains, a number of our citizens stationed themselves in con venient positions for business, snd about "the wee sma' hours" the burglar ious gentry, three in number, gathered in the vicinity of Getz & DaIiI's Grocery, which was to be the first place of opera tions argus eyes were upon them, and triple-armed guardians of the peace and prop erty ot our town watched the movements of the burglars who had perfected their ar rangements and were ready to gather a harvest ot greenbacks, while honest men slept. They reconnoitered the premises, and were about com mencing operations when a gun was accidently discharged alarming the arame before they had entered the trap. thus doubtless depriving Sheriff Straley of several boarders ana tne state or some ser vice. The three men were arrested and lodged in jail, but having done nothing, we presume notning can ue aone wicn mem On one of them, a fellow named Man ly, a auspicious letter - was found, rt-marked Columbus, from a chum operations at the " Capital city, wherefore a telegram was sent to Colum bus aud answer received -hold him ln On Monday evening, Marshal Murphy, of Co lumbus; and an assistant came for the lark. and away be went. - it is rumorea that I number of light fingered gentry are prowl ing hereabouts, and our citizens should be prepared to give mem a warm welcome 11 they conclude to make visits at unseason able hours. w A word to the wise is suffi cient.". ' ' --- . ' . . Th Dog War. One hundred dogs were slaughtered last week, in f tilladelphla, by the police, for running unmuzzled. We wnnld not like to buy the pudding and sau sage sold : now jn the city of Brotherly Love. Burglars Frustrated. The Design of the Military Despotism Developed. . i Mb. Editor : As a Republican,' candor requires me to acknowledge the bumlli atlng fact that 1 did not comprehend the design of.Congre8s in trampling down the plainest features of the 'Constitution' to establish a Military Despotism over the Southern States of the Union, ntll the SiExecutiva Committee of the.National Union rOommltl'ee1 promulgated their address bf r " MayM, 1867,"-wnfofe made the heiiwis de sign plain, even to the unsuspecting. Conj gress passed the act ot 'reconstructionT-that creating Military Despotism over nine , States of this Union without the consent - of the governed,' lor the purpose of en abling Capital to control Labor and oppress laborert, under the plea Of protection, and - to tlx the price of' labor and the farmeri1 pro ductions. To do this, those political prostl- - tutes who were to be sent into those States as missionaries from the purlieus of mo narchal capitalists, must be protected In their infamous speeches by military power by the despotic nseot arms and ammu nition, as i boasted ot by the egotistical . Keixev in originating the riot and mnrder - at Mobile In May - i . r ' . i To bave this power. It wag necessary to have a law of Congress to origiuate that authority; andVo get such a taw, it was also ' necessary to perpetrate a most flagrant and gross violation of the Constitution; and, to have a vote large enough to carry it over the Presidential veto. Capital secured this vote, and Despotism ' was reared over the. Constitution, over the doctrine of the : Declaration of . American Independence, over the Government 'Of the States, and over the rizhts of the loyal people."1 " In the radical (claptrap word Of their; their own to catch gulls) caucuses or capi talists and their feed attorneys, the recon struction bill originated and passed--only receiving the formality of Congressional sanction. ' In; this ultimate' design of the movers and the actors of the bill, to enthral " labor and saddle the national debt on the far mers', mechanics and laborers' of the country. was loth to believe nntil forced upon my mind by the address of the Committee re ferred to one of whom is the notorious old disunionist, Horace' Greeley, with whose- name should be associated that of Jeff. Davis. Toombs and Wigfall. - - I shall not stop to inquire how far a hun dred million dollars of the people's treas ' nre will go to erect, put in operation and sustain this despotism, while the whipper snappers of capital are disciplining the colored men, just emancipated from bond : age, to vote for capital to enthral labor, but I will say that it is characteristic with them to make labor pay for everything to ' their aggrandizement. The millions al ready appropriated will be used np by July hence the necessity of a meeting of Congress to appropriate anotner ten, twen ty or fifty millions to keep this despotic, mill grinding until December. .This is the way the bard earnings of the people are. squandered, wnue tne cniiaren oi ion try for bread. .. You know. Mr. .Editor, that the only se rious question of controversy, - -in years gone by, between the capitalists Greeley their tool of the East and the slaveholders . of the South, too the status of labor and the laborer. - The Southerner contended, that "Capital should oxen the laborer and be bound to take care of him in sickness, old age and decrepi tude." The Easterner contending that "Capital should control labor and the laborer, fix the price of commodities, and not be bound to care for the laborer in poverty or affliction." - This was precisely the difference between the slave-driver of the South and the labor driver of the east;-and in the contest pre ceding the presidential election of 1840, the leaders of both compromised this question and united, bringing with them into the contest the "paper kites," the banking, mer cantile, manufacturing and bard cider in fluences iiorth and South. But Providence Babelized their towering designs; and so I trust it will be again. Now slavery is struck down can no more be an ally to Easterners in their -schemes to subvert the Government slavery is lost to their aid ; but they have now promised the Congress to secure by Congressional usurpation the votes of those designated by their committee as ignorant of the duties of voting just liberated from bondage to vote Capital the Master over all labor and laborers white or colored. This is now the question a Government of tne people, or an aristocracy of oapuaf. Choose ye, whom or which you will favor. PHILO-OHIO. New Advertisements Paving Notice. To all wkorntt may Concern: ' " . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,! COLCMBCS. 0.. May 28. 1867. - ( ITotleeia herebTfl-iTen-tbatDroeeedincsharebeen Instituted in the Vitj Council of Columbus, for For graveling the roadway and resetting curbing and paving tbe gutters and sidewalks on both sides of Gay street from Fifth street to High street. Also-forgrading and graveling with a six inoh eoat of ffravel. ana navinar tha unDaved aidewalka. gattera and crossings on Linn alley from Third street tn fourth RtrMl. . . - Also, for grading and paving the nnpaved aide- waiaon tne corner or unerry ana front street, known as Peter Putnam's lot. - Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of venter street trom uay street to iiong street. The same to be done in accordance with Plata and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on acoount of said proposed improvements, are required to file their i .1 m r f -i i . - oiKiuiB iu in- uiuoe oi iu, ia writing, oa or before the Eleventh day of July. A. D. 1P67. L. . WILSON. majSl-dltawiw City Clerk. Paving Notice. An Ordinance An Ordinance Making Appropriation! for Purposes therein named. Rrottow 1. Re it ordained bv tha Citv Cnnnoil of the city of Columbus that there be and there is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treas ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums, to-wit: F r the payment of the City Police, the sum of one tnouiana nve nunarea aoiiars. For the payment of incidental expenses, the sum of two hundred dollars. - Skc. 1. Tbe sums of money appropriated by the foreaoina section ahall be expended aa nrovided bv the 5th atoiion of the ordinance defining the duties JACOE REINHARD, President the Passed May 28, A. D. 1867. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. may31 and North Columbus STREET RAILROAD. THERE WILL. BE A MEETING OF 1 the residents and property holders along the Worthineton road between the city of Columbus and Aortb Columbus, on Saturday- Eveniug, Jane lag. At 1 o'clock P. M . in the offioe of H. B. Wilson. No, 4 Ambos Building, to take into consideration the propriety of building a Stmt Rairoad f'om the present northern torminus of the Street Railroad fo Alnrth Columbus. This is certainly a matter of very deep interest i loose nwnine property along trie una ot tbe con templated improvement, and it is hope! there will oe a ju i auenaance ox taose intere tea. ma)-30-d3t-r Assessment Notice. To all whom it may Concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Columbus. O., iUyS8. 1867.1 Kotlce la herehv sriven that an aasesament baa been mad and filed with the City Clerk, for the rjnroose of defraying tbe cost of constructing a sew er on Mulberry alloy, commeaoingat the terminus of tne sewer built by tne Columbus uas Liignt ann Coke Company, running from thence west on mul berrv allev to interaect tbe f new) Soring atreet sew er, upon the proper y to be benefitted thereby in proportion to the benefits, and that the same will come before the Council at its regular meeting for confirmation ou Monday, the 17th day of June. A. D. 1867, when all parties previously filing their ob jections in writing with the City Clerk may be beard. L. E. WILSON. may30-dSw-r City Clerk GRAND PIC OF THE 1VXO FRANKLIN COUNTY PIONEER ASSOCIATION. THE A.NNTJAL. PIC NIC OF THE Pi oneer Association of Franklin county, wit take place at the County Fair Grounds, on Saturday, Juae t,at lO O'clock, A. ffl Pioneer of tbe State of Obio, as wa'l as those residing within our county limits, are cordially and earnestly invited to participate with ns on thisoo- M&aion. Let this be a joyful meeting ef the venerable . Fathers and Mothers, who made "tbe wilderness of : our county bud and blossom as the rose. Let ' the descendants of the Pioneers and all other good citizens be also with us. Speeches will be made and historical events re lated tnat will interest an. , A Band of Muiio will be in attendance. ,, ja" Bring your Baskets. . I J, OB REWICK. ' (iKORGE TAYLOR. ' , WM. DOMIUAM, JOHS SAUL, . ... : - I '': JESSE HADGHMAW, ' .. 1 ' MRS. 8ARH ROBERTSOIT. MRS. ELIZABETH BRODERICK, MRS. SARAH OLMSTED, M'tS. M. MOOBKRRY. MRS. SD8AN ADAMS.' '"''-; I Mar OT, 188T. - - Committee) of Arrangements. 1 inj"l-(liwtd ANNOUNCEMENTS. INFIRMARY DIRECTOR. Vn P;M..t.. ..... .v. t.. JAUOB URAU Mto-iDilidtit far theuffioe of la- vriimrr uincnir. iunt-e, me aeaiu tn ox tne Uemocratio primary eieetiOD, ad oblige ' i xjjjiTun rrATBsi afc rifa-e aniuuiDce J be came of HllbtHT HKUOK.. of Nnrwioh lovDfhip, u a candidate for Dittetor of the Count)' Intirmarr, .ubifct t- the deciai n of the Dainociatie t.rim... Lelrctione to be held on the 8m trf Jane. Mr. Brook ia -a .IMtneerat triovc.i'tandinx; hnneat, apable ao :flibftik andjwtik a hat oar part of the otinntj i4 rntltled to a member of tne Hoard of In firwafvA)iaiaa. . .. . .Mii UagflaT, Kditor Statesman Pleaso announce the name of i-OT ti yt I T Hfl'aoatidxi.te-ror C nr lnflrmvy DirtcUir. 'ubjeet t.the laatiioB of the Democratic voters of Franklin count; on the 8h oi June. , ( Many Democrats I F"WV'are' an'horited :"to'iinrtoanbei' IAtRlf3it UliMI aiseanamaieter Infirmary Drraoior, ab ject to u.e deciuoa of the Ua uoorMOf rioiary eltx iiuu m ue aeia J une REPRESENTATIVE. CAL.-.T. MANN has oonaented. at tbe aol'eita tior. or bia fripniin. 1 1 be acandil i for eleciion to tbe House of Kenreaentat tm. anl-i-nt tnthe Ari- ion of the Dem.oreoy ef Franklin coontv at their primary elecuou.i ... ... HIST raiENDB To tbh Democratic Votsbs : or Fbahclik C.W. KENT. Sr.. an old.xeiwected and tri.d ciH sen. a man of abilitr and exbtrience. and a working Democrat, is a candidate for the representation of your county ia tbe state Legislature- Air. Kent is the choice of a boat if Democrats ia tbe city and county, an I neruiiv tbe us of his name for the do- tuion reierrea to. aunjret to tna recision n tne pn- aiary eieotion to Be neid on tne am I j one. ; : it . :! '. ; ! ., Fbancux. , i Enrroe O no Htatismam Flaaae announoe the name of JjJ. RICKL-V as aeaudidte ftr tbe rffice of Kepresonrative. subiect to the decision, of the primary electron, Juqe 8, IW7. " . cu : i . ....i . , . - Maht DaaocBArs, Kditob ftTATTSMAW P'a ilinontlee tbe name of BKJSN A VILAirJ Hf ANObKKaaa candidate for RnrA.cntatiTA. aulneotto the decision of .the Dem ocratic voters of Franklin county, at their primary election on the 8th day ot June, and oblige,- - - !. L . - . MiJ i: K-.l ViANT J)aMOORBATa. i EoiToa Htatiwmaii': Please announce .the name of CLARK VYHllK. of Franklin Townabip. as -a 'Candidate for Beprentativr, aubjeet to the decision ot tne Democratic primary election, ana oblige, i'- (.) . ' Mant Dkuocrats Pleasb' announce TVr. '.Tj'Tt. 'MARSHALL, qf Wasratnrton township, as a caulinaie erKepreeen tative, anbjaet to the oecisioa of , fhe Democratic primary eievuuu, auu uuiige j , : ... . MAUV pKMOCBATg. Please announce therame of DAVID BRERS, Eq.,of Miffin townabip, ae a -candidate for Repre sentative in the Legii-lature. sobject to tbedecisioii ol tne Deutooretto primary election, and obiiae ,., ... Maky Dsxockats. Announce (he name of WILLIAM. L. ROSS as a candidate for Representative, subject to the decis ion of tbe Democratic primary election, and oblige , - .: , ,! MAXT 11KMOCRAT8. EnrroR Statrsmam Please announce OWEN T UUKKY. Kao.. of Pleasant townsbio.- aa a ean- didate for the nomination for Representative in the LegiRlature, sueiect to the decision of tbe nemos racy at their primary election, and eblige - -: : i ' ') i Maht Democrats. I Announce the name of Dr. GEO. W. BUTLER, of Prairie township, aa candidate for Representa tive, aubjert to the decision of the Democialio pri mary election to be held on the 8th day of June next. and oblige mamv democrats. RECORDER. '"KnrroR )tati!m Pleaae announce the name of REUBEN F. DUNHAM, ef Franklin township, aa a caniiidj,t for tbe offioe of Countr Recorder. subiect to the decision of the Dem'ratic primary -i i v. i . it... L'n . ... r 'NATHAN CuI.E w II be a candidate for re-elec tion to theomee of Hecorder. auhlert to the decis ion of the primary eleotieu to be held June Bth, 1B8T ' Editor St atesmaw Please announce the name of SAMUKia U. Ol IJNjM aa aeaodi late tor the of fice of Recorder ol Franklin countv. aubiet to the decision of the bemocratio primary eieotion oa the bth day of June, and oblige . JfA.tT Democrats. SENATOR. Editor Ohio Statesm.-- You will a nnounce ftat the name of Hon. R. HUTUHKSON will be presented for nt minilio i aaaauiuabte candidate for Sta-e Senator for-franklin -and Pickaway, before tKe Di-triot Convention hereafter to be called, sub iect to its decision. Mr. H. having served two ses sions asa mem ber of the Honae. un;tea the legisla tive exprrience with reeoirnized ability to make a useful legislator aid an ecient advocate of the ptincipUs of the Democratic party. , A. T. WAI.LIXG. present entor from tbia District, will, in accordance with the custom and u?aaes of the D'liK-crati party, beacandidate for nominatio for a second Win, subject tothedeoi -ion of the D mi-cratic District Senatorial Conven tion. . . . . . , , . Col. ADGUSTPS L. PERRILL.. whose great legislative experience and efneiercy indicate him as a proper man tor tbe posit on. baa consented to be a candidate for Senaor in the Distr et composed of the counties of Franklin and Pickaway, and bis friends will present his name to the Democratic aSenatnrial Convention hereafter to be called, and abide its deoisioa. : i. ; . .:-, ': -- . ; . EBlTORtOHiofTATRSM am Please announce the name of AD IN i. H1BBS. Esq . as a candidate to represent the eountiea of Franklin and Pickaway in the State Senate, subject to the decision of the Democratic Senatorial Convention. Mr. Htkm baa been a faithful reoreaentative of the people in the House of Representatives, and many irieuuo ueairo uid uuuiiuawun iui iuv i-duow. SHERIFF. Epttor Ptatrsmam Please announce the name of WAI.TF.R I,. TURNER as a candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Kranhlin county, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary eieotion on the 8th of June. , , . . , V i F.niTOR St atrrm AW Please announce the name of JAMES R. WALCCTT, of Kra ikiin. as a can didate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary election and oblige . . - L' Many Democrats. -, KniroR Ottto Statesman Please announoe the name of DAVID L. HOLTON as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin enunr, subject to tbe decision of the Democratic primary election on tha 8th day of June, and oblige - ..; - . . -AiaiT 1EaUUBATB. ' FniroR Ohio Statsmaw Pleaae announoe GEO ROB H. E A.RH ART. of the Fifth Ward, as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tbe decision of the Democratic primary eieotion, and oblige , m mi lrbiui;kats. Please announce that SAMUEL THOMPSON is a eanrii ate for Sheriff, subiect to' tbe decision of tha Democratic voters n Franklin eonntr. at their primary election on me etn oi June. - TCmTOn St atrhm an: Please announce GEORGE W.HUFFMAN as a candidate for Sheriff of Frank lin Conntv. subiect to tbe decision of the Democrat ic primary election, on the 8th day oi June, and oblige : Many Dehockats. , Editor Statesmah r Please announce fhe name of JOHN A. SARBhRas a candidate for the offioe of Sheriff of Franklin County, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary election, and oblige 11 Mint Democrats, Ens. 'Statesman Please announce the name of miti;hkli.i;. i,ii.L,r. r aaaeanaiaa-etortneemce of sheriff of rranklin county, subject tome deoision of the Democratic primary election, to be held on the 8th of J una, and oblige , BANT lE MOCK ATS. Enrroa Statesmaw Please announce the name of ANDKEW W. SHEARER at a ea didate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subiect to the decision of tbe Democratic primary election. JTKA1K1K JLOWHSBir. Editor Ohio Statesmam Please announce JAMtS W. BARBKE, as a candidate for SheriB of Franklin county, subject to the deois!oo of the Democratic County Convention, ans oenge -Mant Deuocbats. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Editor Statesman Please announce the name of JONATHAN E. PARK, of Plain township, as a candidate for County Uommissiooer, subject to the decision of the Democratic priman election. and oblige Many Democrats. Fnima Onro Rtatecmaw Please announce tbe name of BENJAMIN BEATLFY. of Mifflin town ship, as a candidate for tha office of County Com missioner, subject to the deoision oi the Demo eratio primary el otion, June 8. 1867, and oblige Mant Democsati. Editor Ohio mtatxbmam rneaae announoe JOHN M KOKRNE Has a candidate for re-nomination to the office of County Commissioner, suh jeot to the decision of tha Democratic primary election, and oblige .-... Mant Democrats. ErrroR Statesman P-eeae anuoance tbe name of WILLIAM UUI.ICK. asaoandidate tor Uounty Commissioner at the Democratic primary eieotion or the 8th of June. , Mant Democrats F.m-rm Statesman s Please announce J. O'B REMCK. of Franklin township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary election, ana onnge Mant Democrats, COUNTY TREASURER. EnrroR Statesman Please announce Captain JKSSK BAUUHMAN, of Mifflin township, uneof the pioneer Democrats ot franklin county, as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to nomina tion at the primary election on tbe8tn of June next. . A Host or Dimocbats. Editor op toe O"io Statesman Please an nounce NEWTON GIBBONS as a candidate for Treasurer, subject to the decision of tbe Democratic uounty primary eiecuon, ana nonse A Host or Friend Editor Ohio Statesman : Pleas- announoe to the Democrao' of Franklin County thatUKhiS H. STONK ia a AAndiriato for Countv Treasurer. Pri mary eieotion to be held on the 8h day of June next. . . ... JU ANY ilKUOIJtATS. Etitob Statesman : Please announce that WM" R.RANKIN will be a candidate for the ffice of Treasurer of Franklin County, subject to the decis ion of the Democratic primary eieotion. Editor Statesman Please announce the name of JOHN T. HCIIIMGER. of Norwioh township, as a oandidate for the nomination for County Treasuier, subject to tne aeoision oi me nomocra cy at their primary election on the 8th of June next. . . ...... - P1aara announce tbe name of JAMES H. STAU RING as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the deoision of the Democratic voters of Franklin county at their primary eieotion on the eth day ot J une, and oDiige Mant Democrats, Please announce that A. C. HE AD LEY will be presented to thesuflrages of tbe Democracy at the primary eieotion on tbe 8th of June, for nomination to tne omoe oi uonnty xreasurer.. . Mant Democrats COUNTY AUDITOR. Editor Ohio Statesman Please announce TlENMH B. STRAIT as aomdidate fo- nomina tion for County Auditor, subiect to tbe will of the Democracy of Franklin countv. Mr. strait is tbe present inoumbent. and has discharged the duties eminently sauaiaoto y to Mant Democrats. Editor Statesman Please announoe the name of SAMUEL I McCOY as a candidate for the ofiace of Countv Auditor, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary eieotion on meet n of Jane, and oblige. , Many Dsmocbats. , Editor Statesman Please announoe the rame nTltlcniltU H. BNOWDEI. nf Hlendon t.n. ship, as a candidate for County Auditor, subject to tneaeoi?ioa oi Arvuiuaraiia pnaaar7 eieeuon 00 tbe 8th 01 J ane next, ana oblige - - -. Mant Democrats. Plaae annonnee thanama of SAMUEL V. Ktt.V as a candidate for County Auditor, subiect to the decision of the Jiemooratlc primary election, and oblige - fj 1 y xrnoORATB. Editor Statesman Please annonnee the name of HOLDAMOJiD CRAhY aa a eandidata for County Auditor., aubjeet to tha decision of tha Dem ocratic primary election. Madison. EMI PACIFIC KAILKQAD CO. i Arc now tvjiit.trnfttitf Rilrayil from : Westward towards the Pacific cean making with "SeficTrons an TODrdion BtS.' yr i ACROSS THE' CONTINENT. ' -. -i -!" f " - . i.,,ri i The Company sow offefalimiled amount of" their ,J f7 ft , FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS :5-v, H t-kt a-ii n'ii Having thirty jean to ron, and bearing annual isi- . terest, payable oa the first day of January and July. in the City ef ew york.at therate of j IkuUsv j RTT VVl fllTW'P TUT AfkT.T.' M MU Willi A a Ail U Ji4JVy i. '.I ill-l-l) XT ' tluio('ii f-ltiil v KlMtTY CttSTH ON 1 THB DULLaR. ,., This road was completed rom Omaha 305 miles west on the fist of January. 187( and is fully equip . ped, and trains are regularly running over it.,; Tbe Company baa now oa .band sumoient iron, ties, etc - .t, finish the remaining portion to the eastern base of the Rocky Mouataieaj. l miles, which, is ander - contract to be done SeptembeMat ef this yrr,nd - at is expected that tha entire road will be ia r Boning -order from Omaha toita wee Urn connection witktoa) . Central Panifia,: new- being tepidly -built eastward from Baoramanto,Cal., during 1879. hn: HEMS of the rampant.'.'"'1 ' " .Estimating the distance to be built by tbs'ttrilon '.' Paciflc to be l.Sea mile', the United States tfovern- mentlssasrts Simper cehi;Thirty-yes,r'oad to "ntheCoti;paoya :tha road is finished at . the average .tata of about 2850 pet mile, anuranttog.,- .'.'.'The Company Is also'jwmilbW.y.iMue'fiii wrB jrirst mortgage uonas- to , an. cq aat , atnoq t, ana , at tha same time, which try special Act ef Con ess ere made a First Mortgage on the entire line, the boadsJ of the u nlUd States Ntt; txtoordinattio tAnaf1 : . , ; - The Uoverament makes a donation of U,8oe ao is . of land to the nUa, amounting to 30.021J1O0 aanes. atimate4 to, be worth S38,ooa,000 anaking the total resources, exclusive ef the capital. U8,l6Jft; bat the foU.Taluaof th-lands oannot now berealiaed. i - -1 The authorised Capital Stock of: tha Company, la one hundred ealUiob dollars, of whinh .fire millions i have already been paid in. and of which it - ia not supposed that- mora than twenty-five: millions at most will be reoaired. - .'l i-ft-t vl-imii I j The cost of the road is estimated by oompetent - eaiineers tb be about ona hundred million dollars,' exclusive of equipment; . u im- . -...j-1 . ' PROSPECTS FOR BUSIntSS. The railroad connection between Omaha and the '"East is now complete, and the earnings' bf the Hifioti Pacifio od the" sections already finished for the lint two weeks in May were ailS.noov ' ' These sectioral earnings as the road progresses will much mere than pay tbe interest on the Company's boBds 'and the. through business over tbe only Hue 'of railroad be tween the Atlantic and Pacific must be immense.' . VALUE AND SECURITY OF THE BONDS.'1 , The Comi any respectfully submit, that the above . statement of facts folly demonstrates, the security ' of their Bonds, and as additional proof they worn d fusgost that tha Bonds now offered are less than ten . millions dollars on S17 mile - ot road, on whist) over . twenty million dollars have already been expanded; 1 on 330 miles of this road tha ears are how running, . and tbe remaining 167 miles are neatly completed. At the present rats of premium on (old these bonds pay an annual interest on the p roe ont oust of ' ' ' NINE PER CENT., i! And it is believed that on the completion of theroad, like the Government Bonds, they will go above par ' T e Company intend to sell but a limited amount at the present low rate, and retain tha right to ad vance the price at their option- ' , ' ' . . . . Subscriptions will be received.iu Kew York by .the . . . i- ' ' . - ; f . , Continental Kational Bank, Tf o. 7 Vaasaa 8L, ' Clark, Dodge It Co.--Bankers, 51 Wall Bt," -i ' ' John J. Cisco ft Son, F ankers, So: 33 Wall St, And by BANKS and BANKERS generally through out the United States, of whom Maps and Descrip tive Pamphlets may be obtained. .They will also be sent by mail from the Company's Office, No. SO Nas sau street. New York, on application. Subscribers wilt select there own Agents In Whom they bave con fidence, wbo alone will be responsible to them for the safe delivery of the bonds. 1 ' i JOHL J i CISCO, Xreaamrer, ' ' v !-: 1.--.! iio-.-n jnr Toac!", msyS0-daw3m-ins-r ' f "1'j1;ib. ' ' SPECIAL NOTIONS, THE PUZZLE OF THE AGE 1 The sharpest observers give it up-, People who are proverbial for their oritioal perceptions, are utterly -.at fault.-v., - . 1 i- , ,-; 3XO LIYUVGri j Can detect any difference-between the' richest' blaoks and browns that NatarS has bestowed upon the hair, and the superb artificial! tints conferred upon grey, red or sandy hair, by -the incomparable vege-able agent, ' ' ''I01 "'"" : - caisxAiORrs.' nAnt teJ : Wit- the color it imparts lustre, and does . net di- minian me nexiuuity 01 tne nores. , , Manulactared b. J. CKlrVT ADORW.' '. Astor House, Aew; Yora. Applied by. ail Hair Dress ers, nyu-aavioi ;.' Know .Thy Destiny. :' i . ' :")' '' ' .';.- i " : Madams B. F. Thornton, the great , Eagli , Astrologist, Clairvoyant and Psychometric ian; wh baa astonished tha toientino classes of tbe Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, Nj Y. Madame 1 horotoa poeaesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable her to impart knowl edge of the greatest importance to the single or mar ried of either sex.' While in a state of trance, she delineates the vary features tbe person yon are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in tense power, known as the Psyehomorrope, guaran tees to prodnceaiue-iike picture et tne future Hus band or wife of the applicant, together with date of marnaae position in lite, leading irai.aox-cnarac-ter. Aa. This ia no humbnf . as thousands of testi- Uonialscan assert. Sbe will send when desired a certified certificate, or written eruarauteek! that tbe picture is what it purports to he. ; By inclosing a ' amall lock of hair, and atating place of birth, age. disposition and complexion, and inclosing fifty cents and stamped envelope addresses) to yourself, you will receive the picture and desired information by return mail. All communications saoreaiy conn dentisl. Address in confidence. Madame E. F Thornton, P. 0. Box X2S, Hsdsoo. N. Y.: 1 ' a i. , maras-dawly . ! LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 1 THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOB IRREGULARITIES. ..... These Drops are a scientifically compounded laid preparation, and better than any Pills. Powders or Nostrums. - Being liquid, their action is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and oer ain specific for the cure of all obstructions an . ! ess ion 1 of nature. Their popularity is indicated by he fact that over 100,000 bottles are annuallysold and consumed by the ladies of the United States very one of whom apeak in the strongest terms praise of their great merits. Thay ara rapidly tak ing the place of every other Female Remedy, and are considered by all who know aught of them the surest, safest and most infallible preparation i the world, for tbe cure of all female complaints, the removal of all obstructions of nature, and tbe pro motion of health. regularity and strength. Explicit directions stating when they may be nsed and ex- ilaining when and why they should, not, nor could not be used without producing effects contra ry to nature's ehosen laws, will be found carefully folded areund each bottle, with the written signa ture of John L. Lton, without which none ara gen nine. . Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON. 198 Chape street. New Haven. Conn., who can be consulted either personally or by mail Enclosing stamp), con oerning all private diseases and female weaknesses. Sold b, Drasgist. bCLARK A ' - General Agents for U. S. and Canadas. : sep-d Awly . AXlLCOCK'S tOKOIIS PLASTERS. B '' Hartford, Conn, Nov. 11, lac. Messrs, Thos. Allcoce A Co. Please send, with dispatch, twelve dozen Allcock'a Porous Plas ters. Oar daily experience confirms their very su perior excellence.. At this moment of writing a man applies for one, wbo, by entanglement in the shaft of machinery, had both his legs broken, spine severely injured, and was for nearly a year entirely helpless. This man found relief very soon by the application of a plaster to bis spine. Be was soon enabled to work, and now he labors as well as aver. He would cheerfully pay $S for a single Plaster if they conld not be hai at a lower rate. I am sur prised that surgeons do not make nse of these per forated plasters to the exclusion of all others. their flexibility and adhesiveness are greatly in ad vance of all other plasters with which I am ac quainted; while the perforations peculiar to them rendered them greatly superior to all others for or dinary surgical uses. Knowing the plaster to be so asefi L, I have bo acruploa that my aontiments should be known. - ' ' J. W." JOHNSON. M. . t geney, Brandreth House, New York. ' - Bold by all Druggists la tha United States and Canada. myK-dwlm IMSGTJIDjED MEN,-'- - ' AND THE LAW OF CHARITY AND MERCY. Howard Essats. en the Errors Anses and Disease which form the baeia ol I the Grwveet Mal adies in the first age of man, and fearfully sap toe -:..i i,u -nre means of relief. Sent in ' sealed letter' envelopes, free of jharaaAddress, , . .... Dv. J. KUjain MUUHKiup: -Howard Association, Philadelphia. Pa. 1 mayis-d&w3m ar-: Jte? " S4v,n, "Iat-aa-. ataxMWitoateael, UeaviBVT7t ,MMSe4aUara- It Itaea, pnkUelic.av-aitwMlWir-r 30 eentaaaear aa, ecu as am. . , ','-- aiitiairv-'ijAO SALf-.SOlErf 9 eaa nrocure enrrilnvnta nt of Raker A Wether V- S. E. cornet-ef Bigaan4-FrleBtreen,'upataira-' Saoerior indaeemeaU offeree) Eaaerieneed Can. vasaing. Aseuu.- who -are reapootfirliy inrited.lo cati istT. o.w tamyn-iwcs bPEGIAL NOTICES: to'M Tr tnno' JAY.. COOKK MOa 29, ALk RBETlw, lit ... i -r-r t . .i jj I ii'iinino rilf . We.buy and sell at the most eral currentprices. and "keep on Band a full supply bf 60YERNMENT BONDS OK ALL lSSCES,rBTENJTHTimS and COMPOUND INT tRESTAfOTBSi abA exe cute orders for parehaa aatd fa) lof JllasOXS. BONDS and GOLIKm i rj -mii:' -ij .liluoilJ Wa eonrert the aeveral JataM t ftsWMN.taTTB- ties into Fjv-Twwib !o tmb ssn pv islb TBBMav taking tbeOst seriee at BoaasiauaaaT Kates; alhiWing aoaei rnnwian so deaseni, aod'BAir IN8) niHT TO Aa-Do JatWTaBj ' itUisaMrs with rail particmlaTi funalihed iben atralscatlMU. "' '' "".""'"'V'l MHrJOvlattWlfZ M-4ftlyit'Y'i .:ix.q iinj.Kiiuia,! 9,1 M'l 'i 1 Mi.i.i-ijii.i.n imi mU 44 -ilialm . THtl CiKKATfiat raiftLBfcsAaETECl ji.ij 9H1 lir-IHB'n'OBLW. He-til '.Warranted superior ty'iuiJ' "f 5oifra7.jor tl e'eure of Cnronic Rheumalli m. Toothache. Head- aehe, JSora, Throat.! Mimiariia.rCulaj tnaeet stings, Psss ia theaok. Cheat And LinpawSpiaina. U aorf a,weHing it ,4sotoaai atnallE ,or Piarioasitarj, C, luvSpearaa.BSwkaas. XYomitiBR md.Croav Isejr.iisBsrto rake intereally. if ;aew aecorein. liUilireoUs. and newer fallat MghonaaiiatwailteslIttaaSrst inWodaoed n lt,ad am sail iusj si aottUeare ejprysolt.).'gwsr oneiwhohsaiaiia assdlliaawi Hnaeatd dose, andrBomejtitotheiitadaa the most valuable medicdna extent. fTiBillVmim eaowgb to fill a deaea Bewaraprra have been receiv ed by Dr. Tobiaa. Hie mediolrie, -tbe Yeaetian Lin iment, Will do all that I StaiedS aodrotirei- -5 obe will regret trymg it. '' Thoe reai4 in U'n dietaAe frr.maphysician,wTnfln-ditarellablt( medielnVto have on band In ease of aocideirta. ' Ask for"T)r. Tobias' Venetian Liniment,' and take ho othW Price SO cents and tl. 'gold try ail Druggists." De- pok,M,)rtIandtStreet,,t.';V!"'S. ii; mayT-d4wlm LL. 1 r,R. 'I fin i "1:1 lli:!vi.i 1(, (H Ja'.ljJ iri Is) A CABB FHOITHE I .--I'lij-., .,, ,-s--fir' mimm watch compahy 1 1 1 ; f t !iii:-i iiil.t -iOr 3n-ii ti.'j f!-ai . ! 111 T 0 rl r! -Ji-fi --T,l-.f - : iTnia Company beg Igavaito inform he publie that tly commenced opeifttiQM ip 185K ad their faa'xary new covers four acres of ground, aad has eoskmcssathaa a million doQara, and amplpya ever TOO operatives. Tbey proonea J6.OO0: Watefaesl a year, and loake and sell not'lree thneneaalf of all the Watehek told in the U nited Statesi 1 1 .1 it it il(tf)-! II The difference) between their manufsrtme add tie Fnropean, is briefly th'a: ' European Wetciee are made almost entlteAy 6y ff. and' tha reautt is of ne-.-essity a lack of that nnifbrmity whicb'ls In dispensable to correct time-keeping.' Both thaw a and the hand of the iriost jkillful1 opera Hve must vary. . pat it is a Tact trat, except Watches of tha higher grades, European Watches are the product of the cheapest labor of Switxerland.and the'reaplt is the worthless Ancrea,Lpinea aodsn called Pat an Iievers which si o 1 p'St more ia attempted re pairs, ti an their original price. Common. , orkmsn, biys and women, buy the. rough separate parts of that y,i nes from various aotorieav polish, and put hem (osether, and take) thea,toabe neareat Watoh. merchant, who Ftaorps tad lertxavae . them with any name or brand that roae be eederod. ,. HO W AMERICAN WATCHES AEX HADE. 1 The American Waliham Watch W roade byino such uncertain process and by no such incompe tent workmen. A'l the Compmy's bperatibnsM from the reception of thf raw materiais to the completion of the Wato' , are carried on under one r of, and under one skillful and competent direction. Hut the great distiiiguishint feature f, their Welches, is tbe tact that their several parts aiejiIlroadeTjy the finest, tne most perfectand delicate machinery ever brought to h aid of human Industry. Every one of the moie than a bund ed -l)arts of eviry nr.i.i. i - - 1 - t : " 1 - ' .I... -. r n 1 , ' natouia uauw oy '"fi-iy pi prodaees every sucoeding tart with, .tbe most sjn varyins aocuracT. Jt was only aeceafary to saake ana perfect W atoh of any particular Style and then to adjust tha hundred machines necessary to re produce etverr part, of that Watch, and it follows that every succeed ii g Watoh nraat be like It..- ' - The Company respeatfully sabsait she or WatBaea W''ronly.1Tky claim ake.U 10 by their improved mechanical, processes .than. ,,411 be made tinder, tba old-fashioaej. handicraft sys tem.; ; Tboy masuacture: jVVatebea ,of every grade, from a good, low prksedaudiewbffanVial article, -in solid silver huntirg eases, to.Abe finest aaronotae ter; and alsoiadres Watcbeaisr plaiit goldogrtha finest enameled and jeweled oaaea) bnti .the-iadia-penisble reqoialte of all their Watnhaa a that they shall b GOOD .TIMEKEEPERS. U abeuld be remembered that, ex cept-theil" single lowest grade named Home- Watah CompaoorvBoaUn, ALL WATCHES madsjythn";iii ti ivs -A -ARB FTJIXT WARHS.NTEB v m' by a special oertificatb',' and this' arranleais good stall limes sgainstthe Company or jtsagenta. .. , KOBBtXS aVJtps?'tKTO!;,''H,) 182 ssrwadwsiy. Blaworlr.. mayT-dAwlm !. . ivi.lia l.i U mnit. 9ifi ittijs -itli'l 9-sbatsV Haaaeliald IfeceaSltw Exist far tin 1 . ,!',, t j;,-TtTlisao,efi.f. to Iiiht rtT . OITRIKO'SI CATARRH ! SsUFB? Which, in the first stages of a eoldi aets tik m'agiej Headaohe, Hoarseness, Diptberia; and Bronchitis ora Eyes, Dcafnesa. Bad Taste' and SmeH, Defng the result of Catark.' ' Thfs Bnaft -renores andpre vent alt these, and' insures a healthy BeetL It effects are pleasant and safe, even for infants w' iafier trom Snnffles. ! :,',L. ' ' ,!'."s. ;,-;'. 1 ;';;' ' It Irs the'highest professional tosttmoniali, 'S rj all Druggists, or seat by Mail to all parts 0 U. .r 30 sent for Ore Box. or f 1 for Four Boxes1. ', Addrees - JAS. DUKNO. P. O. ex lisS. ' !(!..: -. -i-im.-: -; iNewi arkCityi at vvnoiesaie. oy UbJaVAa. JtAJUiBS 4jo.: Hark Row. New. York,, iuneS-lydAv. !fn a to to her country home, after a aojouri of a few months ia the City, was hardly reeognisad by her friends. In place of a ooarm. rustic, flashed fe,.she haw a soft iraby complexion of almost marble smooth Dees, and instead of twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to "the cause of so- great a ehange. she plainly told them that she nsed fhe Ctrcataaistai Bulat, aod considered Han invalu able acquisition to any Lady's toilet. By Its' Use any Lady or Gentleman can improve their persoiial appearance an hundred fold!' It is simple in' 'its combination, aa Nature herself Is simple, yetnnsnr passed in its efficacy in drawing Impurities from, also healing, eleansing and beautifying the skin and oomploxion. By itadirect action bri the' icntiole; it draws from it all its imparities', kindly beali.og .tha same, and leaving the surface as Nature iatended it should be, clear, soft, smooth and Aeautifal. ' Price tl. sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by W. L. CLARK. A CO!. Chemists,' ' - ' No. S Wen Payette St..: Syracuse, N. T Tbe only American Agents log theaaleef the same. . marSS-dawly t: ;, ..ji.w-: .!."-- HELMB OLD'S FLUID EXTRACT ,l i . r-'MllfTgTTTii: tf,l if.ill ' ' "' Is a certain cure for diseases of thb '.' ' " ' BLADDER. iiPNEYS. GRAVEL, DROPar ORGANIC WEAKNESS. FEMALE COM-. PLAINTS, GENERAL DEBIL1LY - and all diseases of the. ! :: , URINARY ORGANS whether existing in .1 ' ' 1 ' . .1 I - ,H.;l. 1 l'sl ! -sii:;rf '" 'MALE OR FEMALE, I from whatever cause originating and no matter ef ,1 1 . HOW LONG STANDING. " Disease of these organs require the use 1 fa diuretic : . ' . ji'.t - If no treatment if submitted to Conrampskin or Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are supported from these sources, and the ... , HEALTH AND- HAPPINESS, ,,.,s ..,-.;.. j; .ad. :-S t iiiiX that of Posterity, depends upon prompt usee. , re reliable remedy. ' HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCBttj't Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by' , ?f : XL. T IIF.IltWJLI, M - 1! , . ni ' DRUGGIST. 1 I vit , B9e Broadway, New York, and ' t: -i.l 10 Soath Wtk titreet, Philadelphia, P, fMl-dly :. , i, ... V r;.,,: , , .., . : . :. , . . . .J. - ; Fre to- Cvenbodyaiuii i- . A Larg 6 pp. Circnjar. sivfaag tnlVarBmainai of tti greatest importano so tha ywangaf both sex.. ,ri It teaches how the homely may beneen teatUW the despised respects d, aad tbe forsaken loved. .--Jioyoan lady or geaUcaauani ahostld faille send their. Addrees. aad recavlvaaiaopy post paid.' by fa tanaaaaU. -t- .ii 'iAc3 trvii -i i i.i'. ' ii'Jo vl ; AVsreaaJTAV. AirawerKi.-ai marii-dawSnj Troy. V. r.