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"The Ohio Statesman Company. ..: iJU ESnKLn4ItEdUor. - 1 ' " " " ! 1 " " "" u COLUMBUS. ?IiXQ i. ; I WEDNESDAY IHOBIirrO -.3TFI.Y84. ' DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR, ALLES D.jTnrttMMIi Franklin. . , J lietttbnant governor, -. ' -; DANIKL S. DHL, of Holmes. I ,T 3 2 ;1 5 "rniwam o tatb.'-' ' "J ' ' C. FVLTONt of Crawford. , t i i i O , , imvii or ST at. . J - ' JOHrlaioELWEE, ef Butiet,, , . -! - " ATTOBHBT- niiuw ' -i ! ."i.'-FBAIIIl Hi HIIKOi of Knox. ' . .. . BrPRBMB JUDGE,' ' j : TnOITA M. KGIi of Hamilton.' - .- - :.j r . , . - , oohptbollsr or tbs treasury. ,-. WILLIAId SHERIDAN, Jr., or Williams. ' -I.. v.t minMiu ruK.10 works. -- ARTHCB HCOHES, of Cuyahoga.- OK COSHTlTliTIONAt. AWRND1TBNT, GIVING HRGBOES HB BIGHT TO VOTE AND BOLD OFFICE, ' ... ..."NOI . i JU 252 YOU WILL FIND THE WEEKLY ODIO - - - - - - . ' - STATESMAN v. i - '- A GREAT . ; ,., Its Illustration, Showing who the Democrats regard the Savior of the Country, and who the Radicals i-ti i" ' regard the Savior of. the , , THE GREAT SPEECH ?. . ' ' : OF , HON: HUGH J. JEYETT, . AND THE POWERFUL SPEECH OF , HON. GEO. H PINDLETON, Speeches that KTery Voter should r. Bead, taken , Im CoaacclioB , ' Trill make It r:-,i. vr.-v . JUST THE PAPER FOR THE TIMES. Everybody should have a Copy. PRICE Single Ceplea. S eta.;' , i "r es Celea far Sen in Or 4ra -intntaniately. Let every Render cenetttnte niaaaelf aa As;ent. - : :.(. T'i r ' s ' ' .") i Price, 40 Cents for the Campaign. . ..$ a v E. Alt "! ' ''. ! . : B. Eshelman, C0ZU3TBU3, OHIO. 1 'i J . - T.'. i tW Tne Okie Statefraaa-Dally, : TrlWeekly, land Weekly hai at this time the LARGEST AGGRE. GATE ORCULATIOf oC any Pa per la Celanthme r Central Ohio.' 1hla make It the hest AdvertialBjc KKedlnm of any paper In this city. Ravenna Mass Meeting Withdrawn. The meeting appointed for.Bavenna, Ppr- tagecountj, on- Tuesdayy September 17tb, is withdrawn by request, for the present. JOHN THOMPSON. Ch'n Dem. EX. Com. E. ESHELMAN, Sec. Hon. J. Frank McKinney . - Will address. the Democracy ;of dark county at Springfield on Saturday, Aug. 3d. Hon. Philadelph Van Trump. We -direct atteotion to the brief but very conclusive speech of Hon. Philadelph Vak Trtjmp, ou the right of petition and status of the Southern States, delivered in the House of Representatives, July 13, 1S67,' vwhich.we print this morning. ..Mr. ,Vax Tacit p is one of the ablest men in Congress, as the Radicals have occasion already to confess, and this speech is worthy of him and the cause be champions. News of the Day. - Gold closed in Cincinnati yesterday evening at 139 buying. STATE NEWS. Mbs.Fat, of Jefferson township, was horribly burned one day last week, says the Madison County Union, while attempting to light a fire in a cook stove by pouring roil upon it. . Her recovery is considered doubtful. A little son of Christopher Groff, near Shanesville, was drowned last Saturday. IVith another little boy be had gone into the water to bathe, and getting in beyond his depth was drowned before assistance could reach him. He was about nine years old. Cholera has appeared at Steubenvilie, Ohio. A man by the name of Spencer, a - gardener, died on the evening of the 10th at the Bellville House. Another case, that of a lady, was at first reported fatal, but the patient still lives, although lying dan gerously ill. A stabbing affray occurred at Phillips burg, on Stone Creek, last Friday evening. ,The Chronicle thus gives, the facts of the . ease : - It seems that between Fred Scbeu aud Ell Barrier, a son-in-law of Scheu's, an old feud exists, and that on this occa sion they were continuing the quarrel. Solomon Burrier, a brother of Eli, was .present, mod became a third party in the altercation. A fight was the result, dar ing which it is claimed that he received - several dangerous stabs la -the back "and sides, at the hands of Scbeu, and one in the abdomen causing the peritonium to pro trade several inches.; A surgeon was called ''as' soon as possible.' " The wounded man' 'may possibly recover. Scheu was arrested and bound oyer for 4riaL ' The radical Party. Reader, have you ever beheld the Radi cal party ? Let as muster them for a grand review. U ;,. i ! .' '; Here we have them. The thieves, rene gades, office-seekers, debauchees, military upstarts, swindlers, croaking, hypocritical preachers, lying, deceptlous politicians in the advance. The honest Republicans, Who' beliuve what they profess, but many ot whom .are so prejudiced as to refuse to consider the results ot Radicalism, in the center, and the KJrand Army of the Re public" in the rear. Each class have their leaders. Grand army of Radicals atten tion."' Now we have a full view of them.- See that old thief of the advance guard. But a few years ago he was a poor laboring man. During the war he obtained posi tion and stole a fortune. He is a croaker. He Is especially loyal. His multitude of sins are ingeniously concealed beneath his cloak ot Radicalism. Whenever his crimes are referred to, he croaks about . political enemies, rebels, sympathizers and Copper heads. . The Grand Army forgave him and he chuckles over his success. See his dia mond ring, his line watch, his gaudy ap parel, and then notice his self-condemned countenance. Honest Radical, how doyou like him,? .. - ., -, . . ' : The next character is a prominent rene gade JuuiDS Iscariot, with his thirty pieces of silver the State's right, fighting Democrat who was louder in his denuncia tions of Abolitionists than any South ern fire-eater. The -man : who ' parted with the Democracy of the North be cause they refused to adopt his' in surrectlonary ideas and branded him as a troublesome and dangerous man in the Re public. But he received his price and is loyal now. He delights in abusing the Democratic party. . If he can create preju dices and passions tending to civil strife at home, he is happy and feels that his sins are forgotten. See his disfigured counte nance bis dog-like appearance. How he stmts in front of his command. Hear him discourse about Copperheads. He is elo qttent in his appeal for extermination of all political foes. See him swazger as he re counts his .achievements for Radicalism. Refer him to the past. He splutters, spits, barks and goes off in one of bis tirades of abuse of the Democratic party. His Radi; cal friends look upon him with suspicion. There is alack of cordial recognition; but his brazen face and lying tongue are in sensible to all rebuffs. . See, here is a dog iu camp. An honest cur apparently in search ol his master. lie stops to take a survey of the grand army. Old Renegade observes him and thinking he has a Radical master approaches the dog with his usual appliances. "Como here doggy. Pup, pup, pup.Poor puppy." The dog stares at him. His extremities lose their elevation as he wheels to retreat, looking back as be goes at old Renegade, as much as to say, "I am th do; of Mister Drew, ' And pray whose dim dog are i oaV Old Renegade, for the first time since he became a Radical, realizes a rebuff. Poor old contemptible Renegade. Miserable old hypocrite and liar. His days are almost numbered. The misery of the future is al ready depicted upon his countenance. Honest Radical, how do yon like him? - The next character is the professional office seeker. He orginated the Freedmen's Bureau. He has more money than any six of you honest Radicals. Vou pay the taxes and give' him the offices, and the country will All be loyal then. How glibly -be talks. ' How philanthropic he is as he pass es a postal currency to a freedman and pockets a greenback, which he has just col lected from you by taxation. Honest Rad ical, how do you like him ? The aeart character la the smooth tougued, unpretending, contracting, practical polit ical swindler. ., He wants no office. He labors for the good of his country. He realized only a few hundred thousand by his contracts; but then he has labored for the success ot the Radical party. Each man's share of the tax necessary to pay for his little fortune is inconsiderable, when contrasted with the amount required to be paid for other purposes. Of course, aU the Radicals like him. But, hold! Who comes he. e? One of the Commanders of the Military Districts. Thes Dictator! Hats off. The absolute ruler of States. The law-giver, court or ganizer of a once free and happy people. The title of States are subject to his will. Millions of property and people are his. He can' possess himself of whatsoever he pleases. . : He can convict and execute who ever offends him. How proud and exalted his bearing. How be realizes bis importance. He is a Radical pet. His once blackened character is gild ed with the gold of power. He lives and moves in oriental splendor, paid for by tax ation Honest Radical, here is one of your household gods... How d ' you like him ? You have placed the lives and property of a conquered people in bis absolute posses sion, ana you .are accou.itaoie nere ana hereafter for his heresies. :S But silence, now, here oomes the chap lain, with sword iu his ri-flit hand, a Bible in his left, with a christian follower bear ing a gibbet. He proposes to proclaim "glad tidings." Here him preach. Unsheathing the sword he proclaims, "We will slay the copperheads;" pointing to the gibbet, he exclaims, " We will hang the rebels," and pointing to the Bible he sneers and asserts, " If we do not find authority for it here, we will have a new Bible." He prays for Radicalism; he preaches loyalty, sings a hallelujah over Bonds, Greenbacks and Taxe3, exhorts his follow ers to confiscate, cripple and kill the Cop perheads, and pronounces a benediction for the glorification and aggrandizement of the Africans. Such a minister of the gospel! The gospel of intolerance and hate. Honest Radical, how would you like to go to the heaven he is steering for? And here we have the Radical politician that steps out next, to be considered. He is always to be seen. He courts notoriety. He labors earnestly to attract public atten tion , The more inconsistent he i?, the more no tice is taken of him, and be feels flattered. He thinks himself a statesman. He claims to be the author of the Reconstruction acts, and until recently insisted that the Military Commission that murdered Mrs. Suiiratt was organized at his instance. -" But as the tables are turned now, he de nies his complicity in the matter, and is hunting for Horace Greeley to catechise him in reference to the Jeff. Davis bond matter. Little he cares for the Republic, so he can have office. Being of "small calibre," he manages more to be fired at "long range," and thus having succeeded in getting into the popular current no man enjoys his good fortune more than he does. He is the wire-working, splattering, flat tering, stay-at-home, fire-in-the-rear Rad io il. and of course all Radicals like him. But, then, here comes an honest Radi cal. One of the center corps. He honest ly believes what he says. He has followed Radical leaders and crossed his own path an til he begins to comprehend his incon sistency, and feels like deserting. He hears the clamor in the front and feels the. pres sure in the rear, and hardly knows how to desert the ranks. He is opposed to Negro Suffrage, and ' tired of excessive taxation, and has no heart for the war. lie looks upon the Democratic army in the distance and observes their banner andJopgs to be of their number. His de testation of. the accusation of deserter and the "prejudice, of party partially counter act his honest resolves, yet he has deter mined to drop out by the wayside ere long. Some of bis comrades are departing hour ly and he feels as If his time had come. He looks at the Grand Army of Radicals, despises the advance guard, feels that the centerbave misconceived, the lssueand looks upon the rear guard as an organiza tion of misguided, weakMblnded men, who suppose that nothing can be done except by some grand army movement. His com rades are earnestly canvassing the matter, and as minds are made up are assuming their places for future action. The corps is being reduced rapidly, and before the contest is over, at the present rate, will not amount to a body guard, and will, there fore, consolidate the head and tail of the Grand Army by the uew movement known as the collapse. .- , - - . Lastly, we have the soldier of the "Grand Army of the Republic." Honest old Self Esteem and Miss Native Vanity, after the usual flirtations and ceremonies, are re sponsible for this knighted hero. He is their son. - The greatest honor he does society is in neglecting to properly apply the limited intellect he has inherited from his eccentric ancestry. ' He is of the number that pro pose to prevent straggling from the Radi cal army. He talks fluently. He has been a soldier. He knows it all. No one has any rights in this Government who differs with him. How coquettlshly and scorn fully he talks of Copperheads. His oiled ringlets and feminine declamation would lead one to believe he U the champion of woman's rights. lie thinks the G. A. O. R is the wonder ot the world. See his mili tary position as he speaks of it. But you say, Shall we reason with him? Reason with whom ? A member of the Grand Ar my ? No. To know he is a member of the army is all he is capable of comprehending now. Negro Suffrage i3 right, because the "army" favor it. ' If you could reason him out of the belief that the "army" favor it, yon could convert him ; but not otherwise. Hear , him discourse, everybody is a dis loyal fool who differs with him. Poor man. He has mistaken the purpose for which he was created. Let us look upon his misfor tunes rather than upon his follies, and when we capture the grand army of Radi cals we will count the rearguard as women and children. So we have reviewed the Grand Army of the Radicals. A party which compre hends in its ranks thieves, knaves, and marketable vagabonds, honest misguided citizens, and aping, ignorant, narrow- minded visionary beings who have not the capacity to discbarge even a political duty without being mustered and drilled in or der to prevent them from mistaking their own inclination. Honest Radical are you proud of your associates ? Or are you ashamed of them? You reflect. Very well, we will leave you to your meditations. There you have the old Constitution and the Bible. There is hope of you. But see, there is commo tion in camp. Here comes your chaplain. He is dis tributing books. These are yours, Radical Bible and New Constitution. I have added a little to the title page of the latter. It is cemplete now. "The new Constitution of the General Government" (as proposed by the Radicals and adopted by the Military.) (Bonds, Tax- as, Negro Equality and Military Govern ment.) , "By authority of the Dictators and by di rection of Congress." Reflection and meditation are what you need. There is hope for you yet. May the God of the Fathers inspire you with sufficient courage to leave -off that which is evil and return to that which is right and ever hereafter enable you to hold fast to the true old Democratic faith. How "Pet of the Radicals" was Caught in his Falsehood. Capt. WETMORE,"the Radical pet at Wash ington, whose recent refusal to deliver up the books of his office as Military Claim Agent for Ohio, by which books alone his account for large sums ot money received could be adjusted, has failed of his object. The books are ordered by the Court to be given up. We trust there will be a search ing investigation into his accounts. This Wetmorb is the same scamp that, on the 12th ot September, 1866, wrote to Ohio, to be used as an electioneering story, that the "Secretary of the Treasury in structed the Second Auditor of the Treas ury, not to pay out bounty passed by the last Congress," and that "the President does not intend a dollar ot additional bounty shall be paid a Union soldier or bis family if he can help it," all of which, from begin ning to end, was a falsehood got up for the basest of political purposes. The tact that the statement of Wetmorb was false, was telegraphed from Washington to this city, by the Secretary of the Treasury, as soon as his attention could be called to the sub ject. : The man that would thus wilfully and deliberately state a falsehood for the pur pose of deception, ought to have his ac counts well investigated, to the end that it may be seen that they are correct and no false entries made therein. ' A Gentle Hint to a Scamp of a Radical. Some weeks ago a special agent of the Postoffice Department reported to the Postmaster-General that he had detected frauds which were perpetrated by the Postmaster at Greensburg, Indiana, and that the Post master had admitted that bis book entries had been changed, &c &s. Upon this showing, the Postmaster was suspended When Congress met, the facts were certified to the Senate, and a new Postmaster was nominated. The Senate rejected the nom ination and under the Tenure-of-office Law, the old Postmaster is reinstated in office. The Postmaster-General notified the reinstated officer of the action of the Senate, and, as we learn by a telegram to the Cincinnati Enquirer, added the follow ing gentle hint as a postscript: "You are respectfully requested as favor to the Department to use as little of trie money of the government, ana make as tew false entries as possible." This is very well for the ' Postmaster General, and we trust the scamp will take the hint. Longstreet, the Rebel Traitor Yesterday, and the Radical Saint of To-day. Is to be the Radical Senator from Missis sippi. What a glorious thing it is to turn Rad ical. The bayonet and the bribe are the Radical weapons of warfare. A respected friend writes that the Jour nal is all he could wish, one thing only ex cepted. He thinks the type used in the News Department is too small. Journal. That friend must be a Democrat. First, because he is respected, and secondly, be cause the "J ournal is all he could wish," as a party paper. There is not a Democrat in the land but can swear to the same thing, ourself excepted. We wish it could 6how a little more sense in its editorials, so as to make it a foeman worthy of our steel, but under the present head, that is impos sible. Hence, we must take it as it is, and in the expressive language of the Sons Malta, we are satisfied. "Let it be so re corded." fV . - Saint of To-day. A Brace of Brevets. '. There are, at this time, connected with that portion of the editorial corps of Ohio, s who do duty at the bidding of the Radical .Abolitionists, two of these little creatures, as Greeley said, whom God, for some lu scrutable purpose, permits to edit a major ity of the Negro Suffrage journals, who, in vast conceit and lack of brain?,, are as alike as the' two Dromtos ia person . Both got commissions in the. army, both got to be Brevet 3rlgadler Generals, as did : Baker, the thief taker, and both became editors, and labor under the belief that what they do not know is not worth learn-, ing. Taken together, they are the largest spau of asses in the State, and taken sepa rately, it is hard to tell "which from toth er." One is General Comly, ot the Jour-i nal, the other General Legoett, of the Courier. The latter says that the late war was caused by Democrats" the former weakly repeats the same charge by inu endo. " 1 : ' An unpublished anecdote of General Jackson, yet a well authenticated one, is to the point: During his campaign against the Creek Indians, an officer ot volunteers, with a doubtful reputation for the irtue so necessary in a soldier, made complaint to the General that his servantTosi, a negro who had stood by old Hickory through out the campaign, had been insolent. Drawing his tall figure to its full heigbtb, the General, after the complaint had been entered, said : "I will ask Tom if be has been insolent to you if he has, I will cor rect him. He will tell me the truth, for Tom is a brave man, and a brave man wont lie." Tried by this test, this brace ot Brevet Brigadier Generals must be among the most cowardly scamps in Christendom, for, considering the little brains they have, they arc the most incorrigible liars that disgrace the press of Ohio. Sick of Puritan Intolerance. are Radical leaders out. They'find that Yankee pnritanism, which has got control of the Radical party everywhere, is entirely too intolerant In regard to other social customs than those approved of in New England. Carl Heinzkr, editor of the most ultra Rad ical paper in the country, the Boston Pio neer gives notice that he will no longer act with the party of Summer, Stevens & Co. The Pittsburgh Volksblatt, an . influential Radical daily paper, says that the German Republicans must form an alliance with the Democracy, in order to defeat the puri tanical spirit which is gradually taking possession of their, party. The German Radical papers of Iowa declare in the same spirit, and even Carl Shcrz recommends, in his St. Louis Westliche Post, the German Radicals to vote for Democratic candidates for legislative and municipal offices. These tacts show that the Germans Intend no longer to be made the dupes of Radical demagogues, who have so long used them for the accomplishment of their selfish purposes. A Radical Desiring Union Soldiers Shot. The Radicals in Congress, desiring to render the proposed Constitutional Amend ment in Ohio less odious, recently passed an act pardoning all soldiers who came to their homes after Lee's surrender. The brave men who fought through the war by coming forward and confessing to desertion by the provisions of this bill can be pardoned by the Radicals. But the Radical press generally opposed the measure, fearing that the soldiers may not concur in Negro equality, whereby the Radicals will be the losers by this scheme The Philadelphia Press, referring to the matter, says : "Congress made an unhappy mistake in absolving the 13G5 deserters, and should war ever again break out the country wiU reap the ruinous consequences of the legis tion of yesterday. As our unknown cor respondent so truthfully says, this paper has always stood by the solalers the men who not only fought but stayed with their commands ana oDeyea orders, w e nave nev er shown any favor for deserters, and never will. Their merited fate is ' death by musket ry;' and it they escape that they have done well." - Soldiers, what do you think of that from a Stay-at-home Radical? If the soldiers do not vote the Radical ticket, the next step of the Radicals will be to declare them all deserters and order them to be shot. Bloody Radicals. Confessions. The Radicals, like detected law-breakers. are abandoning the organization and each one endeavoring to take care of himself. There appears to be no one willing to bear the burthen of responsibility that is just now being felt by the leaders of that party. Horace Greeley is engagea washing his bands, and many other cow ardly croakersarelfleeing from the wrath to come. Since tho disclosure of Mrs. Surratt's innocence, those who instigated and en couraged her murder are endeavoring to shift the responsibility. The Philadelphia Press, in paving the way for an escape, makes U3e of this very suggestive lan guage: "In short, a prisoner before a French criminal court has as little chance of ac quittal as an accuse! soldier or sailor be lore a court-martial, and military and na val men know how very small that chance is. This i3 decldedlyjcool for one of the lead ing advocates of that Infamous measure. One by one they confess their crimes. What a volume their confessions will make in the end. The Bargain can't be Carried out. a The Cincinnati Commercial says that A. C, Sands, who formed the Ring that nomina ted Hayes as the candidate for Governor, has been forced to abandon all hopes becoming County Treasurer of that county He nominated Hayes that the place which now knows Hayes in Congress, might be given to ex-Senator Hayden, upon the condition that his influence, with the Ger mans "over the Rnlne," be given to Sands Hayes refuses to give up his scat in Con gress upon the doubtful chance of being Governor, without his resignation, Hay den refuses to give his support to Sands for Treasurer, and thus the ring master Cincinnati is forced to decline a nomina tion that, under present circumstances, he has not a ghost of a chance of receiving Thus " The best laid plans o' mice and men Gang attaglee." Manhoods. Sambo I say, Clem, dem white Southern fellers don't know nofin. Clem Kase, why ? Sambo Why bekase dey planted 10 de Southern States in de hot-bed of seces sion and didn't raise nofin. Clem Yea, you don't no nofin, nigger Didn't dem gray-eyed Northern tellers plant dem States in de Radical hot-house and didn't raise nofin needer? Sambo By goUy, Clem, we colored fel lers beat 'em bof. We's got dem States our Freedmen's Buro. Clem But de Debit of it is, Sambo, dem military fellers hab got de Buro. Yah yah ! yah ! Thk great slander suit between Gerritt Smith and the proprietors of the Chicago Tribune has been settled, the latter retract ing the charge that Smith feigned lusanity and took refuge in an asylum to avoid the consequences of his complicity in the John Brown raid but that he was really insane at the time, and upon Smith's assurance that he was ignorant of Brown's intended raid -" - ' - '" -'' Negroes Not Prosperous in Richmond Since they Got their Freedom. i ! W , ' j The Cleveland Leader (Radical J was nn- Mlortunate iu publishing in its news col-. nmn. f1.. fn1ln.lni tt la r.n. , . .U Is never flattering to a bad cause . A directory recently published in Rich mond sives in its local hlstorv of the citv fhesimrularnnd siarniticiint fact that three hundred and sixty-eight houses in the city areowneu oy-.w grofS, aii-oi wiiicti were acquired while slavery existed, and no in stance has occurred since the termination ot the war of any negro purchasing or ac quiring the ownership of a house." If the negroes could amass property in the midst of slavery, and fail to do so after slavery was abolished, It speaks bad ly for the new friends of the darkey, who must cheat them out of all they earn, "or else their Idea of freedom Is like that ot other darkies, that the Government is bound to support them. - t Lo! the Poor African. VIRGINIA—INCREASE OF CRIME. [Telegraph to the Press.] Fortress Monroe, Jul v 17. In the coun try around jNortolk and l'ortsmoutn such boldness has characterized the doings of the negro highwaymen that the municipal authorities ot the two towns have round that the means in their possession lor the suppression ot the deeds ot these despera does are entirely powerless, and have taken steps to secure the co-operation ot the mil ttary authorities tor the prompt arrest and imprisonment of the guilty. Numerous instances have occu rred of late which show the brutality of these hisrhwavmen, and several ot their victims are, after being rob bed and plundered, novK. sutleiuig from wounds they received iu the encounters. Naughty Radicals. Poor, inoffensive freedmen. Sainted children of the Freed men's Bureau. Suffrage deserving man hoods. What a beautiful country the Smth wilt be after the Radicals get it Reconstructed. . Things are becoming more alarming every day. If the Radicals are not deprived of power ruin is inevitable. They furnish daily the evidence ot a fate more terrible than thn past. Will Some Radical Answer! National Brinks deposit ¬ ment Bonds and receive Twenty Millions of interest annually for circulating paper redeemable in Greenbacks, what is the ad vantage of the B inks to the people ? Why were these Banks created ? Why would it not do as well to distribute the Twenty Millions gratuitously amongst the Banks and circulate the Greenbacks? It is a supposable case that Chase, by the organization ot this Banking system, pro posed to buy somebody? A One-Armed Soldier Rejected. Col. J. M. Neirling, who was nominated for Postmaster at Findley, O., by the Presi dent last week was summarily rejected by the Senate, because he was still iu favor of the Union for which he fought, and tor the preservation of which he was m ide a crip ple for life at Chickasaw Mountain. Stealing the relief fund provided for the support of indigent soldiers and rejecting one-armed soldiers for office is the way the Negro Suffrageites pay Its "lasting debt of gratitude" to the Soldiers of the Republic. A. J., like a thrifty third-rate boarding- house keeper, serves up the refuse of all his other veto messages in the hash of his last. Journal. And yet the Journal, professing to be a newspaper, has not yet published that mes sage, and dare not t Its argument is over whelming against the Radicals, and its re capitulation of the inconsistencies and dis- unlonlsm of the party leaders. Is enough to give them an immortality or lntamy. While the Journal dare not trust its readers with a perusal of the message of the Presi dent that paper helped to elect, Its editor thinks himself safe in making It out to be a thing of no account. The Ohio Democracy are quite enthusi astic in their expressions of love for the soldiers. Yet they carefully crowded every soldier off their ticket and put on it men. who have been ana still are the soldiers' mo3t bitter enemies. Circleville Union. At the State Convention of the . Negro Suffrage party, a one armed soldier was a candidate for Member of the Board ot Public Works and was badly beaten. The Democratic candidate for Supreme Judge was a soldier in the late war the Negro Suffrage candidate for Judge, was a person who urged others to the field, while he stayed at home, out of danger. Put these facts in your pipe, M-. Union, and smoke them. The conference of Baptist ministers ob jecting to the publication of Mr. Beecher's sermons in cne examiner ana unromcie. the organ of their sect, is the smallest specimen ot contractea oigotry since the man was put in jail ior saving tne worm turned round. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. EniTORS OF Statesman: Please announce my friends and the nublio that I am a candidate for re-eleoiibn to the office of J uatice of the Peace, at the en-uing election. jy23-dtd Vm. L. Hetl. Editor Ohio Statesman Yon will . nnonnoe that the name of Hon. K. HUTCHESON will be presented for nomin ttio as a suitable candidate for ta' Senator for Franklin and Pickaway, before the District Convention, hereafter to be called, sub ject to its decision. Mr. H. having served two ses sions asa member of the House, un:tes the legisla tive experience with recosnised ability to uiabe a useful legislator and an efficient advocate of the principles of the Democratic part;. A. T. WALLING, present Senitor from this D strict, will, in aoeorJanco with the customs and usaees of the Democratic party. le a candidate for nomination for a second term, subject tothedoci -ion of the Dtmucratio District Senatorial (Jonven- tinn. Col. AUGUSTUS L. PERRILL. whose great legislative experience and efficiency indicate him as a proper man lor the posit-on, has consented to be a candidate for Sens'or in the District composed of the counties of Franklin and Piokaway, and his mends will preient hi3 name to tue uetuocraiic Senatorial Convention hereafter to be called, and Kuitok Ohio Statesman ileae announce the name of ADIN G. R1BUS, Keq , as a candidate to represent the counties of Franklin and ricsaway in the State Senate, subject to the decision of the Dnmocratio Senatorial Convention. Mr. HiBBS has been a faithful representative of tne peop:e in the House ot representatives, aad many ineuua uesiro ma uuuiiu.bivu iui .7iuw, . Franklin. in New Advertisements TO BUSINESS MEN. The Journal refuses to compare circulations with The Ohio States' man, knowing:, as lit Proprietors do, that it -w ould be badly beaten. Of tblt fttcl, advertisers having; due notice, will govern themselrcs accordingly. SEALED PROPOSALS UlILLRf: HECFIVflDAT THE Of. V V fi;e of the City Civil Engineer, in Columbus, Ohio, until Mondny, Augnst 5th,' at 5 o'clock 1. M..fnr furnishing materials and do ins the oll'iwins work, vii: Vtw s-rariinir ami navine the unnaveu gutters on the west side of Fair alley froui Fourth alley to Fifth alley. . For gradinz and paving: the unpaved sidewalks on soutn aide of Mound street from Front street to Canal bridse. .... , For aradir.g and paving the unpaved gutters and nvnaainv. And ffradine and Kraveiine: the nnoaved sidewa ks and tue roadway of East Fublio lane from Friend street to Bro,d street.. For era ing and paving the unpaved sidewalks. gutters and crossings on tne west sme ot Seventh street from Kich street to Friend street. Fnr rnuiin" and Davins the unoaved enttera and grading and graveling the roadway of South street ana oouta xuoiiu iroui r run i, street to vanai stree-. For eradinc and paving the nnoaved euttem and crossings and grading the unpaved sidewalks on east side ot Scioto street lrom Mound street to Sonth street. F'or laying a flag crossing on east side of Front s reet across Friend street. For laying a flag crossing on west side of High street across fnerry s reel. For building a thirty-inch brick sewer from the end of oid sewer in Fourth alley west of High street to the new Peters' run sewer in Fair allev. For buildics an eiehteen-innh hrink u.m fmm iW present terminus in South street eatwa'dtoa point about thirty feet east of Paulua Dotters'lot. The bids will be opened by the committees on Highways and Seven and the Ward committees of the aev.ral Wards in which the above improve ments are located, and the right to rejeat any or ail of the bids is reserved bv the committee.. -, H. WM. JAEUKK, ,,. ., . Citj Civil Engineer. City Civil hngineer s office, Ko. 93 South High street, up stairs. jj21-d6t Westbote copy J THE N PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. Are now cons true til a Railroad from OMAHA; INEJBRASiV, Westward toward the, Faoifu Ooeen, aiahing sith its connections an unbroken liue ACROSS ; . THE CO NTINE NT. '' The Company now offer alimi te J amount of their FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS Having thirty years to r in. and bearing annual terest, payable on the first day of January and July in the City of Hew Y ork, at the rate of . . , . SIX PER CENT. IN GOLD, ; -. : ' - -. .': at .: : :. - ", i NINETY CESTS "ON"' THB ,'flOLLAli i This roai is already completed to Julesbnrg,' 376 milet west of. Omaha, and ij fully equipped, and trains are regularly running over it, ' The Company bas now on hand sufficient iron, ties, etc., to finish . the remaining portion to the eastern tase of the Rocky Mountains, 141 miles, which is under eon tract to be done in September of this y ar, and it is expected that the entire road will be in running order from Omaha to l's western connection with the Cen tral Pacific, now being rspid'y built eastward from Sacramento, Cat., during 1870. . MEANS OF THE COMPAHY. - Estimating the distance to be built bv the Union Pacific to be 1,565 mile , the United States Govern ment issus its Six percent. Thirty-) ear Bonds to the Coi pany as the road is finished at the average rate of about $28,250 per mile, amounting to $44. 308.000. ' The Company i also permitted to issue its own First Mortgage Bonds to an equal amount, and at the same time, which by srecial Act of Cong ess are made a First Mortgage on the entire tine, the bonds of the United States being subordinate to thfm. The Government makes a donation of 13,000 acr s of land to the mile, amounting to 20,03,000 acres, estimated to be worth (30,000,000. making the total resources, exclusive of the capital, tH8.416.000; but the full value of th - lands cannot now be realized. The authorize 1 Capital Stock of the Company is one hundred Million dollars, of which five milliomn have already been paid in, and of which it is not supposed that more than twenty-five millions at most will be require!. The cost of the road is estimated by competent en ino-rs tobeaboutone hundred million dollars exclusive of equipment. PROSPECTS FOR BU'INFSS. The railroad connection between Omaha and the East is now complete, and the earnings of the Union Pacific on the sections already finished for the first two weeks in May were $113,000. These sectioral earnings as the road progresses will much more tban pay the interest on 'he Company's bonds, and the through business over the only line of railro d be tween the Atlantic and Pacific must be immense. VALUE AND SE; URITY OF THE BONOS. The Comrany respectfully submit, tbat the above statement of facts fully demons t ales the security of their Bonds, and as additional proof they would su?gost that the Bonds now offered are less than ten millions dollars on 517 miles 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 neatly completed. At the present rate of premium on e ld these bonds pay an annual interest on the proaent cost of NINE PER CENT., And it is believed that on the completion of the road, 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 the right to ad vance the price at their option. Subscriptions will be received .in New York by the . Continental Rational Bank, No 7 Nassau Stu, Clark. Dodge & Co. Bankers. 51 Wall St. John 3. Cisco 4 Son, tankers, No. 33 Wall nr., AND BY EICKLY & BE0 Columbus, Ohio, 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 will select there own Agents in whom they have con fidence, who alone will be responsible to them for the Bafe delivery of the bonds. JOHL J. CISCO, Treasurer, NBW ORK. ma y30-daw3m-ins-r 6 rECl A L M OTIOES. HELMBOLD'.H EXTRACT BUCHU and Im proved Rose Wash cures secret and delicate dis orders in all their stages, at little expense, little no change in diet, no inoonvenienoe and no expos ure. It is pleasant in taste and odor, immediate in its action, and tree lrom au in unions properties. . febai-dlr MISUIDEO MEN, AND THE LAW OF CHARITY AND MERCY. ITnvAHD Essays, on the Errors. Ahnsea and Diseases which form the basis of the Or.vest Mal adies in the first age of man, and fearfully sap the vital powers, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelope?, free of charge Address, Howard Association. Philadelphia, Pa maylS-dAw3m PROFESSIONAL. UK. A. tt.. W1X.1j1A.MH, W est Broadway , nr High street, Columbus, Ohio, bas devoted bims or a series of years to the tre.t nent of certain pri vote diseases. He may be consulted at his otfioe Bro,dwn , near the xohange Bank maj31-tf Free to Everybody. A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the greatest importance to the young of both sexes. It teaches how the homely may become beautifu the despised respected, and the forsaken loved. No young lady- or gentleman should fail to send their Address, and receive a copy post paid, by re turn mail. Address P. O. Drawer SI. mar25-daw6m Troy. N. Y. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GREAT FEMALE KEMEDY FOB IRREGULARITIES. These Drops area sciontifioall compounded fluid preparation, and better than an. jrVills, Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer t tin specific for the cure of all obstructions and op pressions of nature. Their popularity is indicated by he fact tbat over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and consumed by the ladies of the United Stater, 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 an who know aught of them as theeure8t, safest and most infallible preparation in the world, for the ouro of all female complaints, the removal of all obstructions of nature, and the pro motion of health, regularity and strength. Explicit directions stating when they n.ay be used and ex laining when and why they should not, nor could not be used without producing effects oontra ry to nature's chosen laws, will be found carefully folded arund each bottle, with the written signa ture of John L. Lyon, without which none are gen nine. Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON. 195 Chape street. New Haven, Conn., who can be eonsulte either personally or by mail (inclosing stamp), con earning all private diseases and female weaknesses Sold by Druggists everywhere. C. G. CLARK CO.. General Agents for U. S. and Canadas. sepM-d&wly J6AY0UNG LADY returning to her country home, after a sojourn of a few months in the City, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a ooaree, rustic, flushed face, she had soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great a change, she plainly told them that she used the Circassian Halm, and considered it an invalu able acquisition to any Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady or Gentleman can improve their personal appearance an hundred fold. It is simple in its combination, as Nature herself Is simple, yet unsur passed in its efficacy in drawing impurities from, also healing, sleansing and beautifying the skin and complexion. By its direct aotion on the entiele draws from it all its impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price tl.sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists. No. S West Fayette St., Syracuse. N. Y. The only American Agents ior the sale of the same. marSS-dawly - - ' IN THE CORAL C AVJBS Sea-green is said to be the prevailing hair color, and the CIS H-TAILED !HaIES sit on the rocks and oomb their green looks ardu ously. But the BELLES OF EARTH prefer glossy browns and shining blaoks to any er tirges, and if nature has not given their heads these beautiful hues, or if misohance has robbed them of their once exquisite beauty, they don't cry about it, but resort at once to CRISTAD0R0 S HAIR DYE, whioh in five minutes does aU that nature ever did for any head in her happiest mood. Manufactured bv J. CRISTADORO. 68 Maiden Lane, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Ap- plied by all Hair Dressers. jun25-d&wlm MO or If of a it it VATf OPERA-HOUSE, rr. i for Two Kflg-hte Only Saturday and Monday LT.atngi, July it Ac 9, RETURN OF TliB FAVOHITES ORIGINAli CAKNITAt ivfirisTREiTsI""" TOCtrr - ER WITH THE WO DEB ful HERNAKDhZ and hi. Imrri.l VcJAP-ON:kNkESTROUPE. M arvelong Vrea QmrteWe M. Airiley Soott. Fredericks, Wheaton and Brandisi. Hairy Cal. W A? II (T N'twf W... 1'r.nk 14.. 1. 1im f ........ The Mamniuta Troupe of the lBth century will nishtly tppear... j i " Seats can be secured at the Box effiee i-Tinaj toe day.. i i ' .- r - ; . - jyW d7t SPECIAL NOTICES, BATCHELOR'S HAI3 DYE This splendid Hair Dye it the best hr the world. The only true lad perfect Dye Harmless, Reliable. Instantaneous. No dif appointment. No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of ai Dyet. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuie is sinn ed William A. Batchclor, All others are r Te imi tatiocs, and should be avoided. Sold or ' lOrug gists and Perfumers. Factory, 61 Bare..;- street New York.- . (.,.;..; '0 , .. . denlu-iAwly BAS KINO HOUSE OF JAY GOOKE & CO. NO. 20 WALL STREET, Cor. of Xattau Street, HEW YORK. We bay anr sell at the most liberal current prices, and keepoa hand a full supply of GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES. 8EYEN-THIRTIES and COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES, and exe cute orders for purchase and tale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.'- CONVERSIONS. We convert the several issues of Seven-Thir ties into FlTE-TWENTIES OK TBI MOtT FAVOR ABLY terms, taking the 1st scries at Oovabnkint Rates, allowing aeon mi sion to dealers. and fat ing freight to and from Nxw Yobk. Circulars with full particulars f urnuhed upon application. JAY COOKE ic CO. ma'f-dAwlv 1NO CURCAX.L.. But if you want a medicice tbat will cure Chron ic (not Inflammatory) Rheumatism, Mumps, Sore Throat. Swellings, Old Sores, Bruises, Toothache, Healache, Inseo stings. Pains in the Back and Chest, also, internally. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic. Croups and Vomiting, you have it in Dr. Tobias' Wonderful Venetian Liniment. It never fails when ued according to the directions. Every drop of it is put up br Dr. Tobias himself, and he hat done so for nineteen years. His medicine is known throughout the world. Tt e best physicians recom mend il Thousands of certificates can be seen at the depot, 56Curtlandt street. No family having children r-houl 1 he without it in ease of Croup. Thousands of children are saved by it annually. Use it when first taken according to the directions, and you will never lore a child. Ladies will find it valuable in eradicating pimples and blotonee. Only GOcents and $1 per bottl. f-old by the druggists throughout the United States and in De pot, 60 Cortlandt s reet. New York. junl9-diwlu AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS A HE THE muST XX perfect purgative wa are able to produoe, and, a we think, has ever yet beenmade by anybody. 7 f h.ir effects nave abund antly snown to tbe com munity how much they exoel the other medicines n use. They are pleasant bi-d safe to take. hut pow--rfultocnre. Their pen etra iog properties sim ulate the vital aetivitiea of the body, remove the obstructions cf its organs. purity tne mood, and expelaise.se. 'inev purge out thetoul humors which bred and grow disteicper. stimu'ate sluggish or disordered organs into th- ir natural action, a' d impart tone and strength to tba whole system. Not only do they cure tbe everyday complantsof everybody, but formidable and da -gerous diseases. While they produce powerful ef fects, they are at tbe eame time, in diminished doses, the safest and best physie tbat can be em ployed tor cnild-en. Being sugar-coated, tney are pleas mt I take: and, being purely vegetab'e, are entirely harmless. -Cures have reen made that would surpais belief, were tbey not substantiated by men of such exalted character as to forbid tba suspicion of uotruth. Many etuinett clergymen and physicians eertifv to the pnblie tberel-aoility of our remedies, while others hare sent us the as surance of their conviction that onr Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of our arUioted fellow-men. The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis our American Almanac, containing directions for the use of these medicines and certificates of their cures of the following complaints : Costiveness, Biliou Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropey. Heartburn, Headache arising, from foal stomach. Nausea. IndigOTtiotr. Mnrbid Inaction of the Bowel? and Pain arising therefrom. Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Diseases which require- an evacuant ined oine They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, eure many oom plaints which it would not be Fuoposed they could reach, such as Deafnes. Partial Blindness. Neural gia and Nervous Irritability. Derangements of the L-verand Kidneys, Gout, and other kindred disor ders arising from a low state of the body, or ob structions of its funotions. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations on which tey make no s pp fit. Demand AYBK'sand take no others. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. ; Prepared by Dr. J. C. Atbr A Co., Lowell. Mara., and sold by G. Roberts, Columbus, wholesale ana retail, and by all druggists. . junlo-dtwAwSm THE GEEAT ENGLISH REMEDY ' rBOTECTBD BT ROYSL LETTERS PATENT. SIR J1JIE CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS Prepared trontapreteripUonof Sir J. Clark,lfJm' JPhyeician SMraordinary to tho Quee. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the our all those painfuland daneerous diseases to which he female constitution is subject. It moderates all -sxcessee and removes all obstructions, from whatev er cause - spoedy eure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES ' particularly suited. . It will, in a short time the monthly period with regularity. OATJTZON. Jheee Pills tliould not oe taken by Temalet&urlno the FIRST TUBES MONTHS of Pregnancy, as thy are eure to bring on Miscarriage, out at any ither time they are tare. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affection 'ains in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex ertion. Palpitation of the Hea t. Hysterics, and W hites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other aeanshave failed; and although a powerful rarjucdy lo not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or any thing hurtful to the Constitution. Full directions in tbe pamphlet around each packS ace. whioh sho .Id be oarefully preserved. . . Sold bt all Dbugoist. Pbiob, One Douti FEB BOTTLB. SPECIAL NOT J CL It i the fate of every valuable Medicine to be CorNTERFEiTKn. He cautious, therefor, ami tee that the letters-T. t M." art blown in the bottle. end that each vyranper bears the tag iwmilbs of the signatures of J. ( . HALVHJ.Vt CO., and J JOS mva&v. mm rFyw, .nw none are yeninem N. B. $1.00, with Eighteen cents for postage inclosed to aiy authorized Agent or to the Sola General Agent for the United States and British Dominions, JOB MOSES. 87 Cortlandt street, New York, will insure a bottle, eontaii ing Fifty Pills, by re turn mail, securely sealed from all observation. seplS-dAweowly-oetS - LIFE IIE1LTH STRENGTH. LIFE HEALTH STRENGTH. LIFE HEALTH STRENGTH DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S SPECIFIC PILLS Are prepared by the Messieurs Garanoier A Du pont. Pharmaceutists, r- o S14 Hue Lombard. Paris, from tbe Prescription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, Chief Physician to the Hospital du fiord on Lariboisere. LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION. Paris. May St 1863. Gentlemen:- We have nsed the "Sfbcifio Pills" made from Doctor Delamarre's Pre scription, during several yeais past, in our private and publio practice, and have found tbera a most energetic and effioient Rem edy in cases of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weak ness; Nightly,Daily,or'remareEmisions: Sex aal Weakness, or Jmpotency; Special Derangements of the N ervnu. System; W eakuesses arising from Secret Habits and Sexual Excesses; Xelaseationi o the Genital Organs: eak Spine; Affeotionsot tbe Eyes: "Lime" or Briok Dust" Deposits in the Urine: "Milky" Discharges; Paleness of the Skin, with Sunken Cheeks and: Bloodless Lips: "Pinched Features; Irregular Ac. ion of the Beast, and in all the ghastly train of Symptoms arising from Over use, Abuses, or Loss from any cause, of the Nervous Force. We earnestly ad vise the Profession, and all per sons suffering from any Symptomatic or Orgaexie Afeetions of the Genito-Ukinabt Systems, to use these Pills. With high r.speot, we are years most sincerely, R. A.BEAUREPARIE.M. 11. , G. D. DUJARDIN.M.D. JEAN DE LEUCHRE. M. D. ToGaranciere ADcroNT, No. 4 Rue Lombard : Pans - . . -mmm . f Sedentary tmiStudieu ' eeupc lemw; Grief s, Anat teties, or whatever tends lo impair the Vital Actum of the Brain, Heart, or ferrous System frequently lead to the most Distressing and Bmbarrastiita Dis orders of the Virilb System. ' Students Clergy men and Lawyers, therefore, who are especially li able to these Weaknesses, should resort promptly to Dr. DBLait abbe's Speoifio Pills. A Pamphlet, containing full panieulars, with Di rections and Adviee, printed in French, German. Spanish and English, accompanies each bex, and will be sent, by mail, tree of sost, to any who will write for it. Price $1 per Box, er Six Boxes for 5. Sold by all the principal Druggists, or will be sent by mail,scurelei sealed from all observation, on receipt ef tbe specified price by any authorized gent, or by the sole General Agents for America. OSCAR G. MOSES A CO., 27 Cortlandt ttreet! New York. Auteonzed Agents for Colnmbns and vicinity, S. E. SAMUKL A CO. G. ROBERTS A CO., and all Dealers iu Meiicints. AU orders by mail promptly attended to. sepl9 dAweowly WJf .