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;3Ki B. ESRRLIII1N, CdHv ' OOr.XJMBU8' OHIO a . . - - --.it n DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ' '"A...3ov.Jvv'pr-jj"-' , ,J .eu'HtilJniAi lWk la. sis "Kl ,HTl;:ac2l . , ATTOeXgT HKIUI, . ,ciaTTaa cmt " suako u 0pJA- H. KKIt of Hamilton, mubiin tJUOBr, . of William. 5(mS iito'nMEit.T.'r"tJ laiHCK BCQUUtrf Cavahoge, News of the Day. News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. Gold closed In Kmt Xwk yesterday eren- . ... n ''i "s it'-.-rvT. .V 1 ti X nw ;Bltcioa pesjiA projected la Sew TOTk,.$eecherrto b dttor. T' Tur iad frot t rort Smith, Ark&n fts, a mornlaff of Uie Jbrta. Shab bareieea, selling for our cent -risks at Harttord, Coon. : ,Aoood jMumt oui jbtaedla ?arU lor JOc, nd v Itt-nrioaa m tor 35c. jj q 'PiKBs' o'utlj' W 'the' tlattev where the jpwhopperplajjueria- irealeiied, an nounce that the recent form baa cleaned thd peetr oai wfcexeVer tt' prevailed ,?M At a fair and.strawberrpr festlYal held by tbeladiaS of the First Baptist Church, at JlemphUv. aa edUor's Secretary .and chalf were arched t ibmost popular adltor la Ve. ei.fceywwwaide to Ad miral SeotSiea. .. ,tJ oWno - l I- r -i .. A mas oat West has seen rats steal eggs thls-wls:? On clasped -u egg MithUy be tween his tore legs and chin, and then tarn edhlmnelt oV hls back, when another rat seized him by the tad and' dragged rat, egg" and all away to his hole. v ' A corrjcsfokdhi-t - writing from the Socky Mountain region says that when ant Idaho girl la kissed she looks up surprised, and in angello tones, In which, regret and resentment are equally commingled, ex claims, "How ebnld your " " Housto can "boast of a negro debating socraty-pf "rather exclusiTe- pretensions. At a recent meeting the sable orators nnan-' lmously-resolred. that all wbltet men worth five thousand dollars and o ver,should be considered as equals and treated with eyery eonaideratioot''.i r: i . i i Bichmond is about to LaT; the ("Black Crook." The Examiner solemnly warns' managers that Richmond win put up with no such nooense asT "chaste dresses. . These little improrements will do for the provinces; but the capital will be satisfied with nothing less than the original nudK .:v .'f.;; : : ' ' Tn Jews, throughout the world, nam-? bar about 7,00a000. The Israelite Alliance bas now about 4-800 members. It is doing; much toward ameliorating the condition of the Jewish race. ' Sir Moses Monteflore lately visited his brethren in Palestine for the sixth time, and la laboring for their wfcliare.- m-ut-i.J tnt.v Tn population of Toronto, aa re tamed by tbs assessor, is 40,003, a decrease of five thousand since 1861; and yet, the 6loU says fire hundred; dwelling houses hare eeal added to the capacity of the city in that time. Toe nasaeasorf returf the valuation tt23908,845; ,?, - .x Tbs Quint (111.) Whig and Bepublican re capitulates Jtbq ..-projected IT bwlldlng la Qulncy," this year. Including an Odd Fel lowsTlian. to cost $70,000; SU Mary's Cath- j olic " church. $25,000; SU Mary's Hospital, $26,000; Tillson's block. $45,000; McFadoa 43?eU,sr-Mockr$38,000; bolides -rarious r ether buOdhiga, stores and dwellings, the whole number enumerated ' costing $363,-. 000. . , - ir. v i f! " STATE NEWS. Thixtt-kjhx dWorce . easea are on the docket tor trla' at the bext terra of the, Court of Common Pleas at Cleveland. Cot. Fof Sawtkb, "Of .NorwalkV.pas been appointed JEtegister of Bankruptcy for, tbtr Congressional District says the Tiffin - Gko. Fugh . returns an $7,168 Iter 1866, and Geo. H. income of ' Pendleton $7,887"for the same year. .. ' . Ma. Jon Kjcob, while working at a ma chine In the Aultman shop, last week, says . tb Stark Cnty &4Mocrat, had bis fingers badly cut onhls right band and his thumb cut oS, except baniingby a little of the aklaJa lS1H - "'- ;,H- A OnuiAKHvingwithln a few miles from . this place, received the welcome intelli gence last week, that he had fallen heir to Bine million k dollars, says the Celina THKbarni of Anderson Cunningham, in Oaernse cOnntyi Was set on 'fire a few' diys ago 1y a boy while lighting a clgar, and he building, with Its contents, burned to the ground. Loss $3,000. . A Stbtw ef coal was; recently made in Trumbull county, Ohio, at a depth of eighty-seven feet. 'The-eoal was nearly four' feet thick. Partlea. nave leased- ever one thousand aena of land for mining It. Twe yeung aseo wishing to display their i xnoscle on a disabled soldier, dragged him" froos his horse, on Friday, and pummelled him severely The mayor, deeming tbs as sault nprovoked', "requested the 'young men to donate $630 each, for th benefit of the' city, Srhich they promptly done, and were discbarged,:says the'TiJtn'Adoertir. Wa learn, says the Sturk pointy Democrat, that on Tneaday afternoon, a severe hall ndwlD4 eto.rinyJUiteA Alliance And ev-l r : t 1 era! buildings were in j urea oy ug wina gustT the' damajfo' amounting to several thoaaand dollars. The new twd story brick c earn lira shop of Henry TValser was badlyf injured, bavjng mosto the West end blown in, and part ot the East end blown out, and ball of the roof carried off. Another build ing, a fratneTsduta ea the same street,' was also badly damaged several others were slightly -damaged. It seems no person was hurt, although two me were at work at th time la TYalser's shop,-. f a O Tuesday last, at 8 P. M, three boilers, Toelongtag to the Ashland Furnaee No. S, located at Mineral Itldge; Ohio,, asy tha Warrek -QomtUutiomt exploded - with great Jbrcc'teaflng themselves from their beds, and carrying eff the boiler shed, part of the ngiaeJioBse, and the' Berth' part of-the' easting boose, landing-ate distance of tweatf f. thirty reds,' Fortunately 'no parson ' was fpjared, ajtbough , a -. number wereeoDgregated in the immediate vicinity, of It. Tha taroace jiaa beenjtopped tern-; 1 tw, r rIT?" 7 ii iiiH ao n dc t lin- eah- be made r- r r t . 1 with- othe beilers. ' From one or ths pro- prletyrv we learn that the damage dene will stoeaat te between two and , three thousand dollars. 3i..i:'J ilBUlW. A Radical Editor Wants an Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebratian— The Difficulties in the The Difficulties in the Way. The Lebanon, Ohio, Restore Star, to in favor of celebrating the coming 4th of July "this year as In the good, old days, of .old. by reading "the glorious Declaration, de livering Orations, make patriotic music, burn powder and soforth." Oarradicsr Abolition friend of the Star, forgets that the "glorious Decoration" contains charges against the" then King "of England,, wbioh, apply so closely to the acts kot the Radical leaders, that when read, his party friends might consider It a copperhead, manifesto and d n it accor dingly. ' A few ssmples might be given " The King of Great Britain is chared In the glorious Declaration, among other bad acta With these':' - "He bas created a multitude of new of fices, and sent hither swarm? of officers to harrees our people and eat out; their- sub- CtaaCe. i':" rCi:-i?n oc .:. : r.-iilivi ' The charge sppnes with equal truth and force to the swarm of officers created by the Mfreedmens bureau, aah sent to the Southern States: ""..."r. 'v ,,' r "He bss kept among us, in times of peace. standing armies, without the consent ot our Legislature: : '.. ,v . . ,t , : 1 1 "He has affected to render the military independent of and Superior to the civil power: , . - v . ... - . -"For' quartering large bodies of armed troopeemong us : I "For' Drotectinr them, bv a mock trial. from punishment, for . any murders they may . 'commit, oo, the lnbabltanu of. these Language eould, not better express. In so short a compass, the charges that the peo ple, loyal and disloyal, ot the South, make against the party, that now rales the des tiny or. the, country. L Again:- ''k. .vV '"For Imposing taxes on us without our consent.. U -.-i ' ' The States of the. South have no repre sentation in Congress,'' yet the people re siding there are taxed on almost everything they eat, drink or wear. ' "For depriving us, tn many pases, of the benefit of trial by jury : - For transporting ns beyond seas to be Li.j r . i i ac m 1 britsu tor preteuueu uneuvea. t '. These latter cnarges apply to Ohio and other States as well as to the south, and the miserable old King or England, who. In oue of his crazy fits, perpetrated these acts, if now alive and sane, would laugh in his sleeve to see how nearly the Abolition leaders were following in. his footsteps. The trial and conviction of men, not in the military or naval service of the United States, for pretended crimes, by a military court, and sentenced to death, as was the Case with Miixiqan, Bowles and Hor sbt, at Indianapolis," and of C. L. Val LiitDiaHAM by Gen. Burnside, tried for a pretended offence, and sent beyond the then jurisdiction of the United States, are cases in point. : In the former case, the Su preme Court of the United States declared, alter the sentence of death was commuted to a long imprisonment, the Military Court bas no right to hang.these men, and that the conviction was an illegal one. In the case of Ma. Vallandigham, that gentleman made his escape and returned to bis borne braving, in his consciousness of right, the entire power of the Administration, and so patent to every one, was the fact that grave wrong had been committed on bis person, that no second arrest was made. There are a dozen other things In the glorious Declaration, if read to an Aboli tion audience, would have to be omitted, for fear the reader would be Insulted for read ing an Indictment against the Radical Con gress and the leaders of that party. - - " If the reading of the Declaration would produce such bad results, how. about the old fashioned Oration, which the Star sug gests, onght to be delivered. If of the kind suggested, the orator must necessarily speak of the odious "Stamp Act" which the British Parliament sought to inflict upon our people without which "8tamp"certain writlogv would not be legal, and which made a prominent cause ot the seven years war of the Revolution. This too, might pro duce discord, for In this year of Grace, 1867, under Abolition rule, a "Stamp Act," fifty times more oppressive than that sought to bq Inflicted by the British Parliament on the then Colonies, is now, as every man knows to his cost, among the laws enacted by a Radical Congress. ... The tax of two or three pence a pound on Tea, was another prominent cause of the outbreak which led to the American Revolution. The city of Colum bus, this present year, pays a greater and a higher tax on tea consumed, than the en tire thirteen colonies would have paid in 1776, if the tea tax law had been acquiesced in. The county ot Warren docs the same. These facts being patent to all present, it would hot do for the orator to deliver an old time oration to the people ot Warren county as suggested by the Star. To omit a deserved censure on Great Britain for en acting the odious Stamp Act,' and for the tax-her Parliament ordered to be collected on Tea, would be like playing Hamlet with the Prince of Denmark omitted. It would be no old fashioned oration at all. From these tacts our Radical cotempo- rary of the Star will see that bis old-fashioned celebration of the 4th of July is all both t . As the man who tried to murder bis wife by kindness said,. "it can't be did." None bat the " Copperheads" can have such a celebration, for they still oppose those things which their forefathers charged as crimes upon England's King and England's Parliament.' In their eyes the tax on Tei. is wrong, the Stamp Act, which compels men to affix a stamp even.on the permit to bury their relations, is odious In the ex treme.: : ' , The "Star" and its friends can be con soled by the fact, that they can have a nair, If not an old fashioned celebration one more in accordance with the spirit of these times of Republican misrule. , Instead of praising Washington, as our Democratic ..fathers did, they can praise John Bbown, after the fashion .ot Donn Piati, at Delaware, last winter, and make the Father of his country play but a sec ondary part to the Father of the Abolition party, whose soul, they say, "kvstui march ing on." Instead of the glorious Declara tlon they can read one of Thad. Stevens speeches in Congress, and when they wish to speak of bravery, honesty or virtue, they can name Gen. Schenck at Vienna or Ben. Bctleb at New Orleans, and the majority in the present Congress at Washington. Upon these grateful themes the Radical orator can descant at ran lengtn and no doubt, with "unbounded applause." ; '' Gubernatorial Movements on the Negro Suffrage Chess Board. i The Cleveland Leader says Gov",. Cox will consent to a re-nomination, and the Zone- ville Courier endorses Mm;--. 1 The Lorain County JTews says that Gen. BchekcK will consent. to run if it'- is neces- sarv to secure the defeat of a Conservative proposed by the Southern Ohio members of the party. .. 35 . -, i .-.-t- sj- -k The Cincinnati Gazette says that as Gov, Cox won't consent to be a candidate, it has reason to believe that if the choice for Governor should" fall on, Gen.' ilATa, that he will feel Mmself In duty Ponno w ac cept the, position. . . ; , rs .. .' 1 "' Wa commend the taste ot the Ohio State Journal, In using out special dispatches as editorial matter.--They are no doubt much superior to any thing original It has in tha thops Cincinnati -Commercial. '-, That is not saying much for the dls- patches.. ,.,;r; -. Death of Gen. Langden. Gen. E. Bassett Lanqden, personally known tq man "no? ou r, readers,, aa a.mem ber of tbel Ohio Legislature some yean since, died at his residence, near .Cincin nati, on Thursday last. V' 'V IV Gen. Langdeit won 'high "disttnetiotk In the late civil war, rising, with all the pre judice of the War Department against him for being a Democrat, from, Major to the command of. ia.'iBrlgidai At. the time of ils death he helit ineofficeof As sessor of Internal Revenue for the 1st Congressional District of Ohio.' ;Th6 Com mercial thus speaks ipf the - man: and the manner of his death; 511:; : .a. ' - d "It has been for some months evident to air who knew him well that bis health was irrecoverably broken. ' His wound, receiv ed' at Miasion Ridge, was so severe that, re markable as was his vitality; he eould not get over is. ' Anne Dsn struck bim in the obeek, and glancing a little, : passed round his neck, coming within a hair's breadth of 'dislocating nis neck and producing instant death. His nervous system Was shattered, and tbongti be seemed to gain 'strength, the Improvement Was but temporary, and the appearance of health -deceptive.' His heart, became - affected, and' months ago, during the period when his nomination for assessor was betore the' Senate, the symp toms became 'alarming,1-Yesterday, after feeling better than-usual-in the morning) and enjoying 'a hearty breakfast, be com plalued of a' distressing sensation in the ohest, and at. 13- o'clock, while seated, bis head suddenly fell forward, and when. In a moment. It was lifted' by his sister's hand, he was dead. ' Thus died one ot the bravest of the brave a man without fear and above reproach."'- " -''' ' - ! Y' Bankrupt Law and the Bankrupt Bankrupt Law and the Bankrupt Party. The National Bankrupt Law takes effect this day (Saturday.) Owing to th delay In the framing and distribution of the rules and regulations, and in fne appointment of KegUters, lew, ir auy .ot the Federal Courts, will be ready to proceed with cases arising under the law. When' the rules and regulations are prepared, it Is thought the party calling itself " Republican,! of which Thad. Stevens, Ben. Wadb, Zach. Chandler, et of-, are, as successors of John Brown, managers, will be the first appli cant. The partners have bankrupted the Government and are themselves bankrupt in morals, and, as the' late elections show, they have bankrupted the party la voters. Why noti then do the only honest thing thing they can do take advantage of the law, and go into bankruptcy v They have no assets that honest men need, except the offices that know them now, but Will soon know them no longer. ' V The "Vienna" a Candidate. organ that Gen. Schehck has "yielded to the solicitations of friends so far as to consent that his name may be used as a candidate lor Governor, it it is needed to defeat cer tain efforts that are being diligently push ed in Southern Ohio to nominate a "con servative" candidate." Scbenck then is willing to be a candi date if on the condition that he alone can defeat the aspirations of a "conservative" candidate from Southern Ohio. Who is this conservative that Is to be thus slaught ered ? We tear that Scbenck, as at Vienna will dump his followers into a masked bat tery, where they will be badly slaughtered. Little Holmes First in the Field. On Saturday last, the Democracy of Holmes county, by a popular vote, nomi nated their county ticket as follows : - Representative. Lawrence McMarrell : Auditor, George Reed: Treasurer, Jacob Cherryholmes; Sheriff, Robison French; frosecuttnjr Attorney, uaroius a. voornes: Recorder. George L. Cook; Commissioner, Jesse A. Harris; Infirmary Directors, Lu ellen Allison, tor 3 years; John Sharp, for 2 years, and EU Snyder, for 1 year; Coroner, Adam Deets. Mr. - McMarrell, who represented the county in the last Legislature, received every vote. It was a well deserved com pliment. The ticket is an excellent one. "Commending the Chalice to Their Own Lips." The leading Radical organ in Mobile has been suppressed by the military, for incit ing the negroes to riot and bloodshed. To those Radicals who gloried in the suppres sion of Democratic papers,fos opposing with manly firmness invasions of the rights of the people, this suppression of an Abolition organ is that sort of. retributive Justice which they did not expect. Verily, the chickens are coming home to roost. Br the way, Bro.' Eshklman, wbat bss become of all that host of "Loyalists" who were blatant about hanging Davis some time ago t What has become of the "Sour Apple Tree Minstrels"1 and the noisy rab ble who used to rant and rave so much about "making treason odious," and hang ing traitors tHUltboro Gazette. -: The "Loyalists" have changed front, and have concluded to do execution on another than Davis. McGkegor, of the Stark County Democrat, tells the whole tale, when he publishes the new Sour Apple Tree Abolition Song, the first verse of which is : Wall banc Uorac Greeley on that sour apple tree, Beoauee he helped to set Jeff. Davit free ; Old Horace's philosophy we cannot swallow down, Kur it isn't in aeoordaooe with old John Brown. f'htrity arid Mere may do now and then. But oemiiot be extended to Jeff, and bis men ; A faint, soft-heart never wn a lady fair. And now having power we most try and keep it mere. .... u So, well bans Horace Greeley on that soar apple tre, , Because he helped to set Jeff. Davis free. , When Horace is bung, the brains of the Negro Suffrage party are gone. v Gsebxet continues to scold and bluster. The "Insect" are annoy in?., The great in sectivorous ought never to have left his nat u al diet of Graham bread. It is now a question whether he will be able to eat . up the insects or wnemer mey may goDDit nim. Morning Journal. ... The. . "insects" that annoy Greeley, that Radical leader says, are "the little creatures whom God, for some inscrutable purpose. permits to edit a majority of the minor" Negro Suffrage journals, of which our co- temporary is one. Even the Elephant is annoyed by flies. Why should not Gree ley be annoyed by the J ournal and its kin dred "Insect?", 1 J Curious History of a State. : The Territory now known as Wisconsin was claimed by France, on the ground ot discovery by its missionaries and travelers in 1670, who governed it until they ceded it to Great Britain In 1763. It was held by the British nation until 1783, when it was ceded to the United States. It was then claimed by Virginia, for one year, when she ceded ail her possessions, northeast ot the Ohio, to the United States. Wisconsin was then thrown under the Territorial Government ot Ohio, by the ordinance of 1787. On the 4th of July, 1800. Indian Territory was organized, and Wisconsin placed un der - its . jurisdiction, where it re mained until 1809, when Illinois Territory was organized, and It was attached to that Territory until April 18, 1818, when Illi nois became a State. It was then attached to the Territory of Michigan, until organ ized a the Territory of Wisconsin, July 4th, 1836. So that Wisconsin was governed by the King of France 93 years ; by the King of Great Britain 20 years; by the State of Virginia one year; by the Terri tory of Ohio 16 years; by Indian Territory nine years? by Illinois Territory .nine years, and by Mich ij an Territory 18 years. She continued a Territory ot the United States nearly twelve years, when on the 13th of March, 1848, she became the thir tieth State ol the Union.-- - Taebi are in New York, according to the late census, 1 negro to 77 whites ; Con necticut, J to 43; .New Jersey, 1 to 25 ; Ohio, 1 to 63; Pennsylvania, 1 te 69; Illinois, 1 to 233; Indiana, 1 to 116; Michigan, 1 to -108; Wisconsin,',! to 446; Minnesota," I to 732; Kansas. 1 to 152; Oregon, 1 to 47; Nebras ka, 1 to 340; Nevada, 1 tolSl: California, 1; to 43; Maryland, 1 to 3; Delaware, 1 to 3 and in Kentucky, 1 to 4. . ... . : The Dominion of Canada. Canada has become a Dominion by virtue of the Royal proclamation, ine , upper .and Lower Provinces, -Nova Scotia and ; Tew Brunswick, are declared united under one Government. An appointment ot the Senators to the Upper House of the Legis lature has at the same time been made by ber Majesty, agreeably to the provisions ol the bill which has been passed through Parliament at its present ses sion. Our neighbors to, the . north will now' probably feel fhorf bom for table ' about their situation. They have no r better chance than-berorerlf evert afgoodr of securing aid from the Crown In case, of foreign dlniculty. They will nod pe work of providing defences ' entirely - Up-hill. And Tn continuing their relations with the United States, the very Sense of an added responsibility on their own gnoulders will tend to make them modest and moderate, and therefore better prepared to avail tbeifaselves ot every opportunity for har monizing and consolidating the same.' They are only taking their first hesitating step towards what the more Samcions of them Post. -' Jeffessow Davis has escaped' a trial, but cannot elude punishment. , He is fleeing tnrougn tne. country nominally on bail. Due virtually a fugitive. Chicago Jlepubli can. '. . ; .. ' . ' .. ' "Ifomtnally on ban J , Isn't he really n bail?- If not, why? '"A fugitive?" A fugitive from wbat f' From Justice? Has not ne ana nave not nis trienas for him been asking . a trial 'during the last two years? Fleelnz?", Have not the.rftdl cal organs complained, that, Instead ol 'fleeing," be has . had the effrontery to sol our n for davs in one of the principal ho-r tels In the city of New York? ' la what sense is a man '"a fugitive," or In what sense is he "fleeine."'when,. havinjr given ail the ball required of him by a Court, he travels tnrougn the country, so leisurely as to be abused by bis enemies, on a visit to bis children In Canada? ' If radical shame bas "lost her blush," she had better hunt it up. . She bas need of Louisville Journal. 1 A conductor upon a Third avenue car in New York, took it upon himself to turn a boy out of his seat and gave It to a lady The boy remonstrated, but it was of no use! He was violently elected." He made com? plaint before one of the courts, and the re sult was that the car conductor received a lesson on the rights of 'passengers, was find $60, and was sent to the penitentiary for one month. - Sous of the Presbyterian brethren in Philadelphia are troubled about ' Odd Fel lows and Odd Fellowship. They are not sure that one can be an Odd Fellow and yet be a eood Presbyterian and so the General Synod,' in session there, Is asked to give an authoritative judgment in the matter 1 The Synod bas taken the matter into consideration, ' and will in due time make a deliverance." ' On Monday afternoon last, says the Socking Sentinel, Jacob F. Bunz hitched up a young and wild colt, for the purpose of breaking It to work in harness. The colt became frightened, threw Mr. B. on the ground, ' and the wagon passed over his body, injuring him severely, but It is t!. ought not dangerously. New Advertisements CERTIFICATE LOST. A BOTDT TWO WEEK AGO A CER x. tifleate of Dep site for 8350 in the National Exchange Bank, given tn Mrs. Frances 0. Lawson, of this oitj. was lost The finder is requested to leave it at the bank or at this office, and the pub lie are warned against its purohatse, as its payment has been stopped juneidit-r FRANCES C. LAWSON. Master Commissioner's Sale. Tfimm 1). TlnArmrX- SnrTiTnr nf"l the late firm nf Clark A Rogers, 1 Franklin Conntj - : . r . uiu. Henry Wilson and others. J TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDF.R OF JL the Court of Co-nmon Pleas of Franklin Coun ty. Ohio, in the abore entitled action to me duly issued, 1 will oner lor tale at puono auction on , Saturday, July 6, 1867, At 11 o'clock A. M .. a', the door of the Court House of said oounty, in the city of Commons, thefottow- inc real estate, to-wit : annate in tne state ot ymo, oountTof FmnMin aod described asinlota number ed 183 and 183 in the citr of Columbus aa designated in the recorded olat thereof. Inlot No. 18 appiaised at $T,000; inlot No. 1B3 ap praised at C3,bU0. FRANCIS COLL.N3. jnnel-dltAwtd-r Master Commissioner. CATTLE! CATTLE FOR81LE. I will expose at public Sale, at the C"!umbui Stock . Bates tne nrst rnursaay in j une, ; One Handred Head of Cattle, in lots to suit purchasers. ALEX. WILL801T. JUT 28, 187. myiS-wlt-djuneUS Columbus and North Columbus STREET RAILROAD. THERE WILL BE A OTEETINO OF I the residents aod property bolder along the Worthmston road between the oity of Columbus and Xiorth Colnmbus,en - BatnrelKy Evening-, Jais lit. At 1 oelock P. M . in the offioe of H B. Wilson. So. 4 Am bos Building, to take into consideration the propriety of building a Street Rairoad from the present northern torminus of the Street Railroad to fiorth Columbus. This is certainly a matter of rery deep interest to those ownins property along; the line of the con templated improvement, end it is hoped there will be a tuu attendance or taose mtere tea. may30aSt-r GRAND riO IV I C OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY PIONEER ASSOCIATION. tTHK SNNfJAf, PICNIC OF THE Pit oneer Association of Franklin county, will take place at the County Fair Grounds, oa iistnrlr, Jama I, at lO O'claekt A. id Pionee's of tne State ' f Ohio, as we I ss those residing within our county limits, are oordially and earnestly invited to participate with na on this oo casinn. Let th:s be a joyful meeti"g of the renerable Fathers and Mothers, who made the wilderness of our county bnd and hlosom as the r se." Let thdecendante of the Pioneers and all other good j,itiAnB ha also with m. Speeches will le made and historical events re lated that will inrerest all. -,. A Band of Muaio will be in attendance. ', , AST Bring your Haske's. ' ' J. O B RESICK, . - GEORGE TAYLOR. Wll. UOMIUAN. :' r JOHN SAUL, JESSE -tAUHHMAN, MRS. SARH KOBRKTSIW.' MRS. KLIZABKTH BRODERICK, MRS. SAKAH OI.MSTED, M'.. M. MOUBERRV, MRS. SUSAN ADAMS, May SO, 18T. Committee of Arrangements. rajSl-dAwtd $1,000 REWARD .Will be paid ljr GEO. JT. HARSC W ic CO.t Olannfactarera f HaracU'a Ban atiefactorr proof that Mr. A. Ban- decker, one of the firm of , Geo. J Haracb 4c Co., was not the first per eon who mannfactnred . the "Star Soan" for Schnltz tc Co., of. Zanesj- Tllle, Ohio. nr. Bandecker, the Originator of Schnltzs Star Soap" and "Harsch'a Banner Soap," haa been encaged In the mannfactnre of superior Soap for oTer 82 rears, harlna; been em ployed at B. X. Babbitt's . extensive Soap Factory. In New York Clly, for many years; also, at the 'Marseilles Castile Soap Works, Paris, France. ' Mr. A. Bandecker Is now one of the proprietors of Harsch's Banner Soap Factorys IN o. 600 SXoand Street, Colum bus Ohio, and Is no way connected, directly or Indirectly, with any other establishment 1st this cenntiy, "' myJS-dSir . .". ', ' ! .- Confectionery . and ' . Restaurant ' JOHN XsEaRETTIV 't ' Uri h-,e v.Y";iy w,Wv FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS, ; COHFECTIONERT, JCE CRERM, ETC.. 1 J No. 89 Nortl Bigb. St., .' c'; SjarU-deodlm,..,,,. . C0tUXBU3t O. ANNOUNCEMENTS. INFIRMARY DIRECTOR. ED. FiATBasAM r"lea aonna ce tbrname ef J A CUB UKAL as a eudidate fj' theoffioe of In firm ry. 1) ireet Y, subnet to the droiti.n of the Domseratid primary e.eotion, a d oblige ' . . V i -. ilAsr DaaecBaTS-A "EDirira STSiiAi Plea e annonnevthe LBine f iiobhRT ltKOOiv. of Norwiclr townMp, as a candid te for Miiector of the County Innrmarr, ui j ct t the derisi u "f 'he De oociatlc irimar, elections to be hell on the Sci of June.. Ur. BrooTc llemoerat of lot g tandint; hi nest, 'apable an fayhtuL airt' etbi S ttliU on pa-t of tbe const tle ua inemborot' tee Hoard of lu- nrmary lMrec;-rs. ANYl'B -I.OCBATSt, inminnM the nam of LOT SilTU adauanriidatetnt (t .unt- Infirmary Uireetor.Oohj Tt t tUe deoi.'ion of the Democratic Outers of VranltiiU count' ou the 8 h ol Juno.- j V M M .11 J h .11 Prl ,A.nnAnA. ViTHN'K DUM if as a caodid&to lor fnflrmari (Jiraa or. luh. joci io i.naeeijion or tne ie uociatic primary elec tion o be held June 81b. ISt7 ;.iT:l 1. . i REPRESENTATIVE. tioaof his friend, t-r be acaadii te for election to the House of Reprewotut v.. bj,o to the decis ion j f the Dem.icracT nf Fran lin nnnnf at thair primary election. . ii uast r ribnds. To th 'DSMoCBATioVOTiRg rjr Feasklis tO. W. K rT...an'M;renWct'ed 'and trlrd ei sea. a Bum of ahiiily and ezrAjpieaoe. and a worktnr Democrat, is a caUide for the represeotatioa of your county in tbe State Legi4l'ure- i Mr. Aenvu thechotceof a V f Denver ts irr the oity and eounty.aal permits the ,9 of hiB -name for xhepo sition reierred V1. souj-ct ee the decision cf the pri- mary eiecuoo to be neia on toe aifiil J one. ; EntTOB Osirt K'tAtrsam rlae annonnse tne name of J. J. RICKLV as arandiditeorthe rffice of riepreseatatiye. sabiext to tbs-decision ot the primary Hectloo.Junej-iep7J ,i. ,: : w i : n .... Mant Dkmoceatb. . "KBlfOR STAT!ilA--P'ea-e a.innunoe the name of 11KNNAVILLK MPANGI.KK as a candidate for KenreentativitkSnbtflct to tae deeisnii of the Dem ocratic voter of Franklin eeanty, at their primary election on tbe Stb day of J une. ftriri cue - - 1 I : ' -:. MAKT IJKM0CRRAT8. Epitor HTATlwwAir:' Pteae " nnnoee'-' the name of ('LARK WHI I E. of Franklin TownehlD. as a candidate for Repre'entatire, suhjeet to- the derision ef the Democratic primary election, and ObilKO.;;; 1 . W , ; M ANT tlKMOCBATt . Please announce Dr. J, K. MARSHALL, of Washinaton townsbip, a a candidate or Kepresea. tative. subject to the ceoiMou of the Democratie primary eieotion, ana oongo . -. . u- :.- MAirr DlMOCBATS.-1 - Plssss announce the rame of 0 A VID BKKR3, Ef q., nf MilSn township, as a candidate for Repre sentative in the Legilature. subjcot to tbadeoision ot tne uemoeratic primary election, and oonre - " Maky Democrats. Announce the name of WILLIAM L. ROSS as a candidate for Roprrsentatire, subject to the decis ion of tbe Democratic primary election, and oblige Al ANY DEMOCRATS. Epitor Statesman Plesse announce OWEN T CURKY. Kfa..of Plcssanf townshiD. as a can didate forthe nomination for Representatire in the Legis'ature, sniviret to tne decision or tbe Dadkjo- racy attueir pumary election, ana tonga Makt Democrats. . Announce the name of Dr. GEO. W. BUTLER, of Prairie township, as a candidate for Representa tive, subject to the dcisinn of the Demo-ratio pri mary election to be held on tbe Sth dav nf June next. and oblige .-. - mamt ukmocrats. RECORDER. FniTOE !tatesmn Kese announce the name of REUBEN K. DUNHAM, of Krank in townsbiD. as a candidate for the office of County Resorder, cabject to the decision "t the Demoratie primary election, ana online ur fULD riu. NATHAN CjI E w n be a candidate for re-election to theoffioe of liecorder. subiect to the decis ion of the primary election to be held June ctn. 1B67 Edttob Ptatbrvak P'ese announce the name' nf SAMUEL L. QI'INN as a randi.late for the of fice of Recorder of Fran1-lin county, subie t to the deoicion of tbe Democratic primary election on the Htuoayoi June, ana odhko , - , Uamt Dbmoobats. SENATOR. Editor Ohio St tbm a v You wjll announce that the name of Hon. R. UUTCBEriON will be S resented for n--mln 'tio aa:uitable oandidate for tar Senatn- for Kranklin and Pickaway, before tbe Ditriot Convention hereafte- to ne called, sub eot to its derision. Mr. H. havioa served two ses sions aaa mem ber of the House, unit's the leaisla- tive ept-rienoe with teoocnised ability to make a nsefnl legislator a d an er,e ent advocate ot tne principles of tbe Demooratio party A. T. WAI.LTSG. riwent Senttor from this D strict, will, in accordance with the customs and Uface.of the l)ini crati party, heacan lidate for nomination for aseennd term, subjeot tothedecv ion of the D.m ic ratio District Senatorial Conven tion. .- Col. Al'GUSTTJS L. PFRR1LL.. whose irreal legislative experience and emciercy indicate him as a proper man lor the posit on, has consented to be a candidate for Senator in the Distr ot composed of tbeconnties of Franklin and Pickaway, and his friends will ore lent his name to the Democratic aSenatorial Convention hereafter to be called, and abide its decision EditorIOhto States ak Pleae announce the name of ADIN O. HiBBS. Esq . as a candidate to represent the counties or franklin and ricsaway in the State Senate, subject to the decision of the uemocratio benatonai tjoavention. Mr. Hibbs has been a faithful representative of tne people in tbe House or Kepresentativee, and many friends desire his nomination for the Senate. XBANtLIN. SHERIFF. Editor Statesman Please announce the name of WALTER L. TU RNER as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Kranklin county, subjeot to tbe decision " ifmratin rrimarr alwntinn on the Btn ot J nne. .. . Editor Statesm aw Please announce the name of JAMES R. WALOIJTT.of Fraikiin.as a can didate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tne decision ot tne uemoeratic primary election and oblige , . L'l MANY UIHOCBATH Editor Ohio Statesm ah Please annonnee the name of DAVID L. HOI.TON as a caodioate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tbe decision of the Democratic primary election on tbe 8th day of June,and oblige . : . . Mamt Democrats. Editor Ohio State'iiah Please announce GEORGE H. EARHART.of the rifth Ward, as a candidate tor Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to tbe decision of the Democratic primary election, and oblige . Mart Democrats yieaaa-annonnce that SAMUEL THOMPSON is a eandi ate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of tht Democratic voters o' Franklin eonnty, at their primary eiecuon on tne atn oi J une. . i Mamt Democrats, Edtor Statesman: Please announce GEORGE W, HUFFMAN asa candidate for Sheriff of Frank lin County, subject to tbe decision ol the Democrat ic primary election, on the 8th day ot June, and oblige Maky Democrats. a . . . . ... Editor Statesman r Please annonnee the name of JOHN A. HARBbRas a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Franklin County, subject to the decision of the Democratic primary eleotion, and Oblige IM MANY 1IEMOCBAT8, Eds. Statesman: Please announce the name of MITCHELL!;. LI LLEY asa Candida' e tor tbe office of Sheriff of Franklin oounty, subject to tbe deoi'ioo of tbe Demooratio primary eiecuon, to be held on tbe 8th of J une. and oblige Many Democrats. Editor Statesman Pleae antoance the name of ANDKEW W. SHEARER at a ca didate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subiect to the decision of tne Demooratio primary el -cti on. ' . Fbairib TowKSKrr. Editor Ohio Statesma Please announce JAMKS W. BARBEE, as aesndidate for Sheriff of Franklin oounty. subjeot to the deoision of tne Uemoorauo Uonnty convention, and ooiieb Many Democrats. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Editor Statesman Please annonnee the name of JONATHAN E. PARK, of Plain township, as a eandidata for Cnnntv iJomm'SFioner.-snbieet tn the decision of the Demooratio primart tleouon. and oblige . : ( ; , many democrats. TlniTna Ovm STATRrWAlf Please announce tbe name of uuinjAMiiv oiiit." I. or siitnin town ship, as a candidate for tbe otnoe ox bounty Com misiioner, subject to the decision ot tbe Demo- eraua primary el ouon, june . ihot, ana oonge - . -Mil!- .-Dr. ii. . - aA"T UBMUtHlTI. Editor. ' Ohio St atesm aw Please "annonnee JOHN M. KOKRNKK esaoandidaie for re-nomi nation to the office of County Commissioner, sub jeot to the decision of the Demooratio primary cieoiion, uiu uoiiae - Many Democrats Epitor Statesman Please announce the name of WlLLlAUUUliJUK.ua candidate lor County CooimisMoner at the Democratic primary eleotion oa tne Btn ot J une. Mant Democrats: Etitto STATRauAW -Please announce J. O'R REN1CK. of Franklin township, as a candidate for Connty Commissioner, subject to the decision of tbe Liemooratio primary eiecuon, ana oange - Makt Democrats. Editor op the O"io Statesman Please an nnunca NEWTON GIBBONS as a candidate for Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Democratic County primary e eeuon, ana oonee A Host or Fbiekds. Editor Ohio Statrpman ! Pleas announce to the Oemocrao .of rraxkim County thatDKbJS H STONE is a candidate for County Treasurer. Pri mary election to be held on the 8'hdayof June next..- many democrats. Etttor Statesman : Please announce that WM R. RAKK1N will be a candidate for tbe i ffice of Treasurer of Franklin county, subject to tne deois ion of tbe Demooratio primary election. Editor Statesman Please annonnee the name of JOHN T. 8CRIMGER. of Norwioh township, as a oandidate for the nomination for County Treasmer, subject to tbe aeoision ot tne uemocra- oy at tneir primary election on tne era oi jnne next. a a Plea e announce the name of JAMES H. QT 1 nDtMll . ...JU.l. tn. t!nnnl. Tm..m. subject to the deoision of the Demooratio voters ot Franklin county at tneir primary eieouonontbe Btn aay ot June, ana ODiige . -. . . Many Democrats. . Please annonnee that A. C. HE AD LEY will he nreaentad to the auftraeea of the Demoeracv at tha primary election on the 8th of June, for nomination to tne omoe oi county .treasurer. Many Democrats. COUNTY AUDITOR. Editor Ohio Statesman Please annonnee DKBSIS B. STKAll'as aetndiaate fornomina. tion for County Auditor, subjeot to tbe will of the Democracy of Franklin oounty. Mr. Strait is the present incumbent, and ha discharged the duties eminently satisfactory to . Mamt Democrats. Editor Statesman Please announce the name of SAMUEL I McCOY as a candidate for the office of Cvuntv Auditor, subject to- to aeoision of tbe uemooralie nrimarr eiecuon ontneetn et jane.anH Oblige, - , aiAMT JJEMOCRAT8 Edttoe Statebman Please annonnee the ram. of RICHARD H. nNOWDEN, of B'endon town ship, aa a candidate for coonty Aaditor, subiect to tna ilfto.i jio ol tne uemoorauo Dnmmrv eleotion nn the 8th of J one next and oblige ' MANY 1EMOCRATg. -PImum annonnee thenamanf SAMUEL E. KIT li as a oandidate for County Auditor, subiect to the deoision ef the Demooratio primary eleotion. and oblige ... . Mawt Democrats. Editor Statesman Please annonnee the name of HOLUAMOND CRAkY as a eandidaU for County Auditor, subiect to tbe deoision of tha Dem ocratic primary election. ' J11ADIS0H. UHIOUf' PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. Are now constructing a Railroad from OMAHA JSXXBjP.ABLX., Westward towards fhe 'Paoino 'Ocean," making with its usnwllum snbroken Hntf' ACROSS THE CONTINENT; tfh Company now offer alimited amount of their j FIRST MORTGAGE ( BONDS ., ., MS .v. ii :: ' Having thirty years to run. and bearing amraal la tere, t, payable on the ant day of January and Jaly, in the City of New York, at the rate of t i' . .... . . - , .;.,'..-. ' .-1 SIXPERCENT.IN GOLD, NIXItTV:ritlTS fl!f THF8 TMiLTriR - ! !:. r'ii. .. : . t) -j -v :t .i ,.:'! . i This road was completed from- Omaha 90S mile west on the fist of Jan nary, 18ST, and is fully equic ped. and trains are-regularly running over it. . The Company has now ea hand aaficieot iron. ties, etc;. to Amah the remaining pentioa to the eastera kaieof the Rocky Mountains, ill -miles, which is under eontraet tot be dons . September 1st of this y ar, and It is expected that the) entire road will be in running order from Omaha to its wee tern connection with the Central Paoifie, bow' vein rapidly built eastward 'i !-''"'.'' REARS DF THE COBIPIHTr'' t"iT ' '"Estimating the dirtanoe to be built by the Uolon Pacific to be 1.565 mile-, tbs United States Govern tnent issns its Six per eent-'TMrty-jear Bonds to the Ooapanyas the road Is finishr d at the .'average rate of about byh,xoJ pet mile, amounting to Jttr '' The Company la also -permitted to issue its own First Mortgage Bonds to an equal amount, and at the same time, which by special Act of Cong ess are made a First Mortgage oh the entire line, the bonds of tbe United States bting tvbordinaUte t&rv.. , The Government makes a donation of 13,800 aer s of land to the mile, amounting to 20.031,000 aoras, estimated to be worth S30,ooo,0u0, making the total lesourees, exelnsivs of the capital, $118,416,000) but the full value of th lands cannot now be realised, i . The authorised Capital Stock of the Company is one hundred million dollars, of which five millions have already been paid in. and of which it is not supposed that more than twenty-five -millions at most will be required. ' ' v ; !' ( i' d . The cost of the road is estimated by competent n inerrs to be about one hundred million dollars. exclusive of equipment. . . ' - PROSPECTS FOR BUSINESS. ;:: " The railroad connection between Omaha and the -East is now eomplete, and tbe earnings of the Union Pacific on the sections already finished for the first two weeks in May were $L13.000. These leetior.al earnings as the road progresses will muoh more than pay the interest on the Company's bonds, and tbe through business over the only Une of railroid ber tween the Atlantic and Pacifio mast be immense. value and security of the bonds. The Comiany respectfully submit, that the above statement of facta fully demonstrates the security of their Bonds, and as additional proof they won d suggest that the Bondi now offered are less than ten millions dollar! on 517 mile of road, on which over twenty million dollars have already been expended on 330 miles of this road the cars are now running. and the remaining 187 miles are nearly completed. At the present rate . of premium on - gold these bonds pay an annual interest en the present cost of nine per cent.. And it is believed that oa the completion of the road. like the Government Bonds, they will go above i T.is Company intend to sell bat a limited amount at the present low rate, and retain the right to ad vance the price at their option. ..in' Subscriptions will be received .in New York by the ; . "i ; : .iv. - J li Continental Kational Bank, TSo 7 Kassau 8U, Clark, Dodge ft Co. Bankers, 51 Wall St, . ' John J. Cisoo ft Son, tankers, Ho. 33 Wall 8t, And by BANKS and BANKERS generally through out the United States, of whom Maps and Deecrip tive Pamphlets may be obtained. They will also be sent by mail from the Company's Office, No. SO Nas sau street. Haw York, on application. Snb'eribers : will select there own Agents in whom they have eon fidence. who alone will be responsible to them for the safe delivery of the bonds. ' JTOH A, J CISCO, Treasurer, ' New York, msySO-dawSm-lns-r , SPECIAL NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL'- .... DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, "West Broadway. an High street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himat If or a lerieeof years to the treat oent of certain pn T te diseases, fie may be consulted at his omos- "Broadwa. near theExohange Bank. .; may31-tf ' : . ': - - .. .-: THE PUZZLE OF THE AGE! The sharpest observers give it up. People who are proverbial for their critical perceptions, are utterly at fault. .... ISO IjIVING eye Can detect any difference betaeen .the richest blacks and browns that ature has bestowed upon the hair, and tha superb artificial tints conferred upon grey, red or sandy hair, by the incomparable vege' able agent, .- - - CHU'I'ADORO'S HAIR WYE. Wit - the color it imparts lustre,' and does not di minish the flexioilitv of the fibres. Manufactured bt J. CKltSTADORO, S Astot House. New Xora. Applied by all Hair Orws- ers. myxi-aotwim Know Thy; Destiny. Madahb E. F. Thoentoh, the great Engli Astrologist, Clairroyant and Psyofiometrioian. wh bas astonished tha teientifio daises of the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson. N- Y. Madame 1 born ton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable her to impart knowl edge of the greatest importance to the single or mac ried of either sex. While in a stats of tranae, she delineates the very features : i the person yon are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in tense power, known aa the Psyohomotrope, guaran tee to produoe a lile-like picture of the future bus band or wife of the applicant, together with data of marriage position in life, leading trai s of charac ter, AO. i dib no numous, as tooupanu. i monials can assert. She will aend when desired a eertilied certificate, or written guarantee, tbat tbe picture is wbat it purports to be. . By inclosing a small lock of hair, and stating place of birth, age. disposition and complexion, and inolosing fifty cents end stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will receive the pioture and desired information by return mail. All communications sacredly confi dential. Address in confidence. Madams E. F. Thornton, r. u. cox s, nnason, nj. I . v. marSS-dawly ... LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOB ' . v..V.:jmBSGULAjTUTljS.'.,': 'i -in ' These Drops are a soientiflcally compounded fluid preparation, and better than any Pills, Powders et Nostrums- Being liquid, their action is direct and . positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and oer : ain speoifie for the euro of all obstructions an . essions of nature.- Their popularity if indioated by he fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and consumed by the ladies of the United State every one of whom speak in the strongest terms praise of their great merits. They are rapidly tak ing the place of every other Female Remedy, and are considered by all who know aught of tbem - t the surest, safest and most infallible preparation i the world, for the cure of all female complaints, th removal of all obstructions of nature, and the pro motion of health, regularity and strength. Explicit directions stating when they may be used and ex rlaining when and why they should not, nor could not be used without producing effects contra ry to nature's chosen laws, will be found oaref uHj folded around each bottle, with the written signa ture of Johic L. Lyon, without which none are gen uine. . ' Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON. 195 Chape street. New Haven, Conn., who can tie consulted either personally or by mail (inolosing stamp), eon earning all private direases and female weaknesses. Sold by l)raggists everywhere. C. G. CLARK ft CO General Agents for U. S. and Canada!. eepW-d ftwly ALLCOCK'S POROUS P I. ASTEK""T"& Hartpobd, Conn., Nov. 11, 1SB4. ME8BRS. Thos- Axlcock k Co. Please send, with dispatch, twelve dosen AUcock's Porous Plas ters. Our daily experience confirms their very su perior excellence. At this moment of writing a man applies for one, who. by entanglement in the shaft cf machinery, had both his legs broken, spine severely injured, and was for nearly a year entirely helpless. This man found relief very soon by tbe application of a plaster to lis spine.. He was soon enabled to work, and now he labors aa well as ever. He would cheerfully par $5 for a single Plaster if they eould not be bad at a lower rate. ' I am sur prised tbat surgeons do not make nse of these per forated plasters to tbs exclusion of all others, as their flexibility and adhesiveness are greatly in ad vance of all ether plasters with which I am ac quainted; while tbs perforations peculiar to them rendered them greatly superior to all others for or dinary surgical ns.es. Knowing the plasters to be so usefrl, I have no scruples that my sontimenU should be known. . , : " ' - J. W. JOHlTSOS. M. D.", geney.Brandreth House. New York'.'- . ; ; , j Sold by all Druggists in the United; States and, Canada. mjIS-dftwiin rnlMSTlfiVLUTaLtLil ur.i "salorts .tijLumt'tlfVemU. TrI"OCtal,' " BonrilAnar, aasM uuMtM lefts Uses, auUished laa ,aIUs olnainjr-to'r Stuaalaeach Isaanien, ( f o wu rrnulcnr ' aluD KAg-EKMEff VjT can proenre employment of Baker A Wetherby, S. E. eoraerof High end Friend streets, upstairs--, tiaperior. inducements offered to Experienced Can vaaslng. Agents, who ar respectfully tavited ts oait, . - naySt-lwdT O-T JCivyAr.Li IK yjl JkUJltCle. .1 J I j , ! i 'it' - N O. 2 Q WALL ATR EET, We bnv and aall at Iha moat liberal enraantpiiiiaa- and keep od band a full supply of GO ER.N.MENT BORD8 OFALl,lS8US.l81TErT-THrSTlES and COKPeUHD INTilSBST NO 7 K78f ex e eter orders., for. putehaaaa4 aale aCSXOCXS. BONDS and GOL1). ,. . . ,,.iU,u CONVERSIONS., 1)riT W convert .the several iru f grviK-THm- ties into FivirTwgNTtas on ana jfoss f avob- aslc TO atn, taking fljelst series at Govtaxiinft R ats, allowing ogees' miisrion to dealers', and FAii d raxtOGT to Atnr:raoj Nrw Yoxk, cCirbaiarS with fall particular! firm iaJe4.r. applies ao. ma-f-diwly , ,, . .1. .. ,-n 11 .-'.-1 l Vl J "-i'i-f-1 -inf) TUE.CBEATEST!: SAIIS-gCIXTEIsi Io i,rio J , .XHRW (""-: fjj. j 1 Warranted superior to wag fthekj or na p4vfcsT tbeureef Chrpnic RheAmainKTootaMba,Had- ache. .Sora Throat,, Mamps.Bun)S, (CnAs, Jnseet stings. Pains in the BaekCheef and Limbs, Sprains, bid Sores, Sw'enisgs ; also, to take intsrnariy for Diarrhoea, DyMferVtt lie. Spamas.Soa KSekneaei Vomitiag and Croort It is perfectly InnossoS M take internally, if usedwoceTding to the dinotMaa, and never fails, as thousands can attest. J( wia first Introduced in 1S4T, and now mil Ions of bottles are annually sold.' Every one who has once ased it con tinuss to do so, and reoommend it tothair friends as the meet -valuable aaedielBe 1 exlantw i Certificates enough to fill a dosen newsraperg have- been racaiv. ed by Dr. Tobias. His madioine. tba Yenetian Lin lment, will do all thati stated, and more. No Ann will regret trying if. ' Those residing at a distance fcm a physician, will find it a reliable medieTae to have on band in' ease ef aooidenta. . Ask-for Dr, Tobias' Venetian Liniment, and take no etbar.-. Price SO eents and 91. Sold by all Druggists. De pot, 6S Cortlandt Street, N. Y. '"' : ' - ' ': ' mayT-dAwlm j i ' .-....tail sti- 1 - ;.i irn fi A CAUD f EtOiff THE AMERICAN VMTCH COMPANY WALTHAM, MASS. Thtb Cortpany beg leave to inform the pnblie that they commenced operations ia IBM, and their fao cry now covers four acres of ground, and has eost more than a million dollars, and employs aver TOO operatives. , They pr ounce 15,000 Watches a year, and make and sell not less than one half of all the Watches sold in the United State. The difference between their maaafacture and t the European, is briefly th's 3 European Watches are made almost entitely oyAaad. and tbe result is of necessity a lack of that uniformity whieb is in dispensable to correct time-keeping. 3oththes and the hand of the most rkillfnl operative must vary.. But it is a fact that, except Wstches-of the higher grades, European Watches are the product -of the cheapest tabor of Switzerland, and the result is tbe worth'ess Aneres, Lapines and so sailed Pat ent Levers whieb. sc o erst more is attempted re pairs, tr an their original price. Common 'orkmen, b ys and women, bny tbs rough separata parts of these hea from various factories, polish and put them totether. and take them to tbe nearest Watch merchant, who stamps and engraves them with any name or brand tht may be ordered. ' ' E0 W AMEBICAH W 4TCHS8 ABS MADE. The American Wallbam Wateh h made hr no inch uncertain process and by no such incompe tent workmen. AH the Company's ope ration a from the reception of tht raw materials to the completion of the Wate , are carried on aader one r of, and under one skillful and competent direction. : But the great distiogu:shing feature of their Watches, is the fact that their several parts ate all made by the finest, the most perfect aad da.ioate machinery ever brought to a aid of human industry. Every one of the more than a bund ed parts of every Wateh is. made by a maohine that infallibly re produces every socceding part with the most ua-t varyins aecuraov. It was only necessary to rnaVs) r one perf eet atch of any particular style and then . to adjust the hundred machines necessary to reV produea even part of that Wateh. and it follows ' that every sueeeedir g Wateh must belike it. ' ' The Company respeetfully submit their Watcher ' oi tKtir Mri only. They claim o make ' ; - - A BBTTitB ARTICLE FOB THE JCOHEy" , by their, improved mechanical prooeeses than can 1 bs made sudor the old-f.sbioned handicraft sye-i; torn. Tbey manufacture Watches ef every grade. from a good, low priced and substantial article, in solid silver huntii g ea-es. to the fintst chroaome- T tor; and also ladies' Watches tn plain gold or tha -. finest enameled and jeweled eases ; but the indie- ' peaaabla requisite of all their Watohee is that they shall bs GOOD TIMEKEEPERS. It should bs ; remembered that, except tbeir single lowest grade " named "Home Wateh Company, Boston,' ALL -WATCHES made by th-mi .-l : !. ABE FULLY WABBAHTED ". 1 ' by a special eertifisate, and this warrantee is good ata'l times against :he Company or it agents.,. , " KUBBINS ex APPt-KTOrT. .. o 183 Broadway, New. Yark. i- mayT-dAwlm ... . .'. Mi Bnsebld Necessity Exists far gJh .. Iseel , i- : limiIO8 CATARRH 8T4UFF, . -Whioh.inthe first stages ef a cold, acta likemagis- Headache, Hoarseness. Diptheria. and Bronchitis i aore Eye. Deafness. Bad Taste aad Small; being A (he result of Catarrh. This Snuff sou uvea and pro., i rents all these and insures a healthy Head. Its ' effect are pleasant and safe, even for infant w after from Snaffles. J.i -. i-: " .-- " i It a the highest professional testimonials 8 '-'",; by aU Draggist,orent by Mail to all part e V.' i-i'- 'it 30 cent for On Box. or W for Four Boxes.' u:a i Address JAB. lURMO.P. Oi -oa HS3. at' . New ; ibrkCitv'fl- At Wholesale, by DEMAS BARNES ACOT.f..,, ParkRow.Wee fork.- , vjnnes-lydATr.' , - u ' r f . .-.'l-y ..':.' 1(1 .'..-.. 1. 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