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The Radicals Have a Good Time of It, Manufacture as Many Voters as They Please, and CUFFEE IN HIS GLORY. The Radicals Have a Good Time of It, Manufacture as Many Voters as They Please, and Bless God for "Freedom, Equality, and Republican Government." 'HERE'S YOUR MULE!' . Yestertlay tb ftrst general negro ballot Cvf;?astj irt this country was polled over the State of Tennessee, Siad, althonh from ha returns and from our Bwn. personal ob- 8er-vations,"the farce is, as was expected, sjifjUiiently couSplete yet it does not lessen tbe;excentioBal eiznitioance and interest o the occasion. The dayy whatever may be tts cbnsequencei Is hlstorici .'. ' :: : ' 1. We cannot shutout eyes, and we ought not to close our senses to. toe fact that the negroes voted in most cases like sheep, fol lowing the inkle, ot the Badical bell, and Jumping together .from the Brownlow pen the- ballotrbox They evinced a truly peaceable spirit,' abstained from drink, and generally excused themselves for what they id by aying : - 'We had to do Just as they told us in the League." Folly appreciating ihe out-of-the-way nature of the event, we propose to group in as concise, truthful and picturesque manner as possible such scenes, Incidents and anecdotes as fell In our way, not onlv that persons at a distance niav form adistinct and intelligent notion of the Mitole Rffalr, but also that those among our eitisons, particularly . the aged, the infirm. and the feminine, who did not venture out tit doors, may get an accurate glimpse that whlcn has inspired so mucn curiosity. THE DAY. During Wednesday night it rained. was not a violent fall ot water, however, but' gentle' shower that Just moistened the ground sufficiently to soil one's neatly polished boots.- By eight , o'clock the sun rose-that is, the clouds disappeared before that augoaf luminary and the brilliant Uiiht, by contrast with the preceding shad' pw and last retiring . troops of sky gray ..;. -. ,i " 1 SijiiT tUet S'-d ch . iZZnZZZiti. h.if ,TwT.,,v; je in. a good humer with, herself, and put finery;' And indeed it was sort or a week day Sunday a Sabbath without tbe church fieUS tor .Africa was out as well as nature. and decked as. gorgeously. It seemed as eaoh of oar colored "fellow - citizens had . piade up his mind for great though silent display, ana tnaxau. considered themselves bound for a grand politico, religlco, inoralo yHUZp UJCCtlU. TTlbU D1VWUIOW 111 LUB fCKr, and the "Happyand. oi Canaan", before them, "lorty acreaot connscatea land." and . a tree ticket at tbe close over - the .'"waters oxJnbilo. .' - - THE DAY. THE CUFFOCRACY. tpptnMM Klivn arnwn fMm fV. bowels of the earth. He not only came from. a,lL fiarts of -the county, but from neighboring counties and adiacent: StAtj. wiw muwk mum oww uu a noe nanaie in the other; He was here from-Alabama: Bocpexnaps .-;;.:, ,. -,'... ..: :' , "iv .)- "With bunjo en his knee. . ,j Ijqtasgnredly with a "duster," a pack, a.oertiticate of registration. ' He came in ort8 of costumes and In every way of con- veyance. nere-was.ine respectaDie body gel vnt of the steady citizen, with the old, blackv switch tail coat of his master, "bor rowed. jot tne oeeaston : Here the lolly go- ft 7l "ah irt: tail Bill ith,,il . .il-jr. - j t i j . . ')! icu yeeii nuu a ujiecaeu pair reaches, la sport : .-.1 . . . , -he style of hat Worn for" the most part .was-' unique a; cross. . oetween a dress suk atM e ay tac:auve saw one young "from the low countTy--he said he was, Tjdiaha.d.-Oa a bandanna handkerchief, Wackf velvst joket,- and iWhite dotnesti( tindesbreeches -trimmed -with blue. flourished a Brownlow ticket and an emn ty bottle oi wbisky,,."Now' Squire,". says he, '-just fill it, will you t All the shops shut up, .an d r,m dry jw5a..biskit. If you nil, in vote-jisi-s yon-says.- Anotner countryman had bis; wife with him. : "She can't vote.'.'jp said, he,, hut, bress God, fetch bef along to see dat I can; by golly." mc mec ttiree oommg m anreast-on Murireesboco pike,, about j two o'clock, Ehey,were aweatiBg prolusely, and - had evidently a talked - tar. and fast. ;-"Where are you boys bound for?" we asked.., One of. them, a halt-grown .iad stODoed'a. mo nifeut1 Jand replied, Ho Nashville ito- vxite. We,'s dope voted at Lavergne, and want's td"gfet to' de city'so dat we can: gib'm other pop for. Brownlow. Is't four o'clock COMPULSORY MEASURES. &. few evenings ago an order- was issued in alLthe leagnesftbrpugtouttbeState.that each'mennitr war toappear ar tne' polls and vote on election day, under penalty, a heavy fine, and-, in extreme-cases of fusal,' imprisonment; J Early" Thursday tnorfnng'a'-colored man; a neighbor of wrtttr, ame to him and Said, "I must quit work aid go to town to-day and vote,- if I don't they'll nne me tn the league, run me oat of the country.' Besides, I mdst ote tor Jirowniow.-1 They'll' spot every coiorea man: tost oon't.- : -xov tnis we plied, "if you want ttf vote, why vote, : yon want to vote for Brownlow, vote fcim.t. But -doublet any one intimidate veu.,r,All the-Radicals "on. earth can drive yon off fur-: refusing to be their lave.' Aveurged the bolnt and exDlained IU. but all to no purpose. -He bad been bul lied into the belief that bis life depended ton bis obedience to the Loyal League, anu reason j ana . iaci were equally una - ble to overcome his scruples of iutimlda- "I'm obliged to take -care of myself," said he. -"I lives in a littl cabin, with Wife and little, children... Rich people saio' 'Oiooor man- line me is not.- rne mil itary would come and-burn my house, drive me off if I wasnt to vote lor Brown- GETTING A CERTIFICATE. "Although the"bfflce of registration cTosed; and offleiafly".tbe register was 10 db round, were was no sort or difflculty throughout yesterdar. for resDeetable bred gentlemen; previously pledged to tnestraignious naaicai ticket- to get wcessary 'Creaentiais. ' Jim 1 Brislow, elrrewd fellow, but a Conservative who ArtleO toge ws'jiame' eirtereclott Major A len'g OOOSS, CSIUOUUWir mwn snnilC o'ciockpand placed ' hiitfsclf near :the pre- cinct where thevoUnjFwa nrettv iivrv. looksd. ai wistfuHyi.lor ,. a pretty time. At length a prominent Kaulcal proaehe hlnj-afidad,lJt.i m ii t. v, te. w ,Myfrij9Bdwyon.8em,to take a great teres. in i U thattegowjeopi'ni .fYes,"; said Jim, -I do I ought to.??,,, . " A nd why so. mav.I inouirer" . - .1 , , , , , ,P. . I ', 'r-WtJW iw",cJr, .We BS 'JaiiT-ed Wvotei U mUicky, kv!'Jj:r,V5lt,'e,?.plti,ef,or'B5 In' train, to see BOW the thing is done t6a'!.ii!f:irfTr ni nTs.nz; ;r:i .a v.. "Would you like to rote 2 3 - . "Would adog like abone?'-' Tut-eoMeiidw really-uppMe'n bad, a vote, wboui would you oast it for For.BfeWBlow4 ot course.'1 -"f5nme tM w" ' " "'y'im fbUowed.tiieaalca a).he ana into a coioreu arinaing saioony jwbwu jiiT "COLUMBUS, O., SATURDAY MORNING; iVUGUSt 10,' i$S7;,.,,1 ill I !!l NO. 346. ' oi'l 11 sniT!u;ii;)r1 ?:'!' lim.Uu -iV. ur nuij! -i73 -' I they entered from the fear-by ifpiss key In (lie nanag ot the couaurtor. There were several persons there. One sat at a table strewn with papers.- He had pen and ink befor-him. A few momentg of consul ta-n itnn 1 1 n . 1. .1 1 n through a series of iQterroKationa, aU of; i waicu ne answered 10 toe suisiacuoBOi. I the company, and then he was presented at ticket ot retristratlon, , Aa be-turned tosro,, ;on of the party called lilm back. r . . "iiailo, jU.intuck. . ain't Tou eolnsr , to, treat?'!, . I never drinks." savs Kalntuck. aliat. Jim. . ... , . , " ... "Well, then, drop thirty cents on this. counter here, and we'll let you off." . jim "a rapped the thirty cents, stepped away from the premises, . changed the Brown low ticket tbey had elven him for an Etberldge ticket, sought his own precinct, and voted. ' ...'. UI sav Jim," said a radical acquaintance;1 "yort'ze a Etherldge-nlzjreiv-how'd you tret aeeftifikii?" ' ' "Never you tnlnd," sars Jim. trot It. GETTING A CERTIFICATE. THE CITY POLICE. ilUca.Thas 'been ' said' mrninsi Afuvor BroWn'a admirable corns of Dollcemeri. They have been accused of being a parti san body; and a committee of . Radicals' cabled on the Mayor to ask an equal divl- rfsnltof the day Is a splendid vindication Of the discipline, Integrity, and Impartialf-i ty Of tbj city police, 'both; reputar and' special. ' A finer body of men could hot be gottozether. ' - .--. i-ea &:i-: -i CHALLENGE OF VOTES NOT ALLOWED. Jjudee Clark, la the. Tentli iWard. would allow no votes to be challenged at those polls yesterday, stating that the certificate ptreglstratlon was entirely sufficient. '. ,., CHARACTERISTIC OF GENERAL DUNCAN. A lon(r, :tean. crawky lookinff Eadical came into General Duncan's headquarters from the National Uemetery.f yesterdayi and asked for transportation from the cem etery to. Nashville ior seventeen men in draw rations. .The General asked why he, wished transportation for so many men. tor that purpose, when the fellow . remarked ' he supposed they wanted to vote. , , , '., . ," vydi." said the. General, ''the public money is not to be spent in any such, way. It they had any patriotism about the mat-, ter they would pay their own fare. They caq get no transportation from me:" ' , A MARRIAGE LICENSE VS. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION. In the Sixth Ward, a colored man offered a marriage license for a certificate of regisi. tration and was not aware of the absurdity until it bad been explained. . . . ! GENERALISSIMO COOPER'S SECRET MILITIA. of I A man named Peter Welker was arrested by the police lor carry ing a navy revolver, and taken to the police station. He said he bad been sworn in for five savs from the: day of election, and had command ot tnirty men. tie ano nis men naa oeen given orders, to walk through the city,' to speak to no man, to raise a fuss with no man, nor create a disturbance, neither was he nr his men to engage in any difficulty that might occur. ' He' was dressed in a linen coat," under the lap of which and' out of sight was a like ness with red, white and blue ribbons at tached, white shirt and dark pant?. He has light complexion, with blue eyes, sandy hair and some beard. He was sent to the nair ami some De an investigation can be had bef0re the Kecorder this morning. He sworn In for the same purpose by General i88fmo. Cooper, by whom he had been swon orn iiu. He, nor his squad, bad on uniforms. UNDER TWENTY-ONE. it A colored man-under age attempted to votem JMgeneid, one was stopped Dynis old master woo nad raised mm. Being de termined to vote he came over to the city. A great number voted nnder age, however. tneir votes not navtng peen cnauenged. EDGEFIELD. in men got to quarreling at the Bolls fn Edgefield, which might have resulted seriously had not Gen. Duncan's cavalry Stopped ft. W nlsky was the cause. Gen. I -Duncan sent an- officer over to request bar keepers to close their saloons. -They obeyed of course. : .'... GEN. DUNCAN STILL CONSERVATOR OF THE PEACE. ii- ,- .A;.nM t vn f.i ,. i readiness to-day to. quasn any riot or dis- tdrbatice if snCh should take place, THE BOYS IN BLUE. ?l oi Everybody is delighted with the conduct pf GenrDuncan's troops. Like, the city ?olice, they exhibited a constant and care ul spirit of peace.- The people felt that in them tney naa jrienus, ana nor. enemies. They were perfectly impartial, obeying Uen. Thomas' instructions to- tne letter.- inro1v tiiPT lini nnnflhlA nf tinklnfr p.linrrA i , J. , ' r : ',;t I of affairs in Tennessee, and it is strange the government seems to preier jirowniow s muitia to such soldiers THE BROWNLOW REGISTER. a I He is I tne ' There are various and conflicting reports concerning Major Alden, the.Kadicalcom- missloner of registration ior tnis county. It is confidently afflrraed that during the whole of Wednesday night be was Issuing ' certificates to negroes newly arrived, whilst we are assured on equally competent Radi cal authority, that lie has refused several Radical applicants since the close of his registration omce. in a matter oi tnis kind it is difficult to form an estimate, and we are .unwilling to deliver any rash judg ment. The. matter, is one for investiga tion, and of . course charges of so,, much gravity-will not be permitted to go unex amined or unexplained, we may -remark, -however, that a system of tbe ..kind, presided over by Major Alden, could hardly De admipisterea iairiy, . , , .. TICKETS ISSUED GROSS AND BY THE DOZEN. .of tbe but and re If for not my are or Malor Alden announced on Monday that ho certificates would be issued alter Tuesi day, arid that the office : would ' be closed thereafter. We believed this to be the ease, but on Wednesday night, as we have been inform- ed, six clerks were sent out to the old gun factory, South College street, where regis tration was carried on all night. Certiflf eates were given to negroes without refer ences, sri r'l wno would vote for Jirown low received one. -: : , -., A few uavs before the election, certio- cates bad been signed by Alden, and ttiey were tilled put at uoo uanara ana iienry Harding's 'billiard , saloons. - Blank . and signed certincaxes were issueq out 01 wese P'aces almost wh?le of yesterday, 1"? saioonswere jammed negroes. and Dearly all of them voted on the certitir cates they here received. . . . - Major Alden was seen to sign a blank certificate on Cherry, near Union street, Alter Alfred uray had been arrested oy tne police and taken to the Mayor's office, while the latter was absent, Major Alden and Dr; Sparling followed, and, while the man was under arrest for a criminal : offense, the former stepped forward, signed the certifi cate, and the negro was turned loose and allowed to vote. . i We give below an affidavit from men who were cognizant ot this Kadical swindle, whose veracity no man will dare to dis pute: STATE TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF DAVIDSON. not col- vote the a had ten long ap- ; ia- r K4W, you ypu 2 " This is to certify that Alfred Gray, col. ored, mado application. to vote on a blank certificate at tbe polls of the Fourth Ward, ann iu,a nhQlloncrpn Qnn flrrpftrpn tor en tr. ipg. He Btated he had obtained his certi fipate atthe negro shop kept by Henry Harding (colored), immediately below said poll.. He, the said Alfred Gray, went In I AlHh nrMilM A Irion h-mnnhia. rjimni i. sionervand found him at the offlce-ot the certificate, and told him to-jto and vote up on the same." His vote was challenged, and tne Cotnmlssioncrs said that there1 were special police enough to challenge without "outsiders," ahd Alfred Gray wafl by theni permitted to vote. " . " ' . , ,k,winn,iUnM i.i.a mm I HQ VI ,n, VVUllUkNlVIIVlD V. Cl v I that it mattered pot woat time the om missloner signed a certificate, whether in his office or not, it entitled thebearefto I vntei anrTauSbT" estaliliariruenta are fflvTriff vote; and; such, .establishments Are giving certificates sear each poll, and Alden 'has been-signing the same. ! Thft ftrftV illwkrlrtn-atf1 vhAn ', '-naryw. comes up ia. VDo you live in the city f I An affirmative answer is all that is requir ed, an the negro is permitted to vote without ny further interrogations. ", WM. CARNER, WM. CARNER, SAM. D. NICHOL. I hereby certifV-that there are one or more negro shop -or shops near each poll, KivJng out certificates to any and every negro who may apply, and that said ne groes are permitted to vote pn said, certifi cates, with the "Do you live O. [From the Dispatch.] HOW A HUNTSVILLE NEGRO VOTED. A good many years ago, a eentleman,:an old acquaintance, of ours, residing at Huntsville, Alabama, made one of his sons a present of a little negro boy, a slave. The boy grew up in the family, and by the necessities of : the General . Government during the. warv became a freeman. ; The freedman and bis former owner ar at this time residents ot Nashville. The former has been laboring for his daily support, and doing the best he could, relying upon his ;own-resources, Hals a registered voter. Yesterday he went to the polls, and, with out consulting any one, obtained a. couple of Conservative tickets. He showed them to a respectable white citizen, and asked him to witness his vote. One of the- tick ets was placed in the ballot-box, and on the other the white gentleman made the fol lowing endorsement: .. - "1 saw ' i vote tnis tictet to-aay." , The negro took the ticket with this en dorsement, and wended his way to the business ' house' of his former owner "Marse William." said he, "here is the ticket I voted to-day. . I voted it out of re spect to you." That negro could not be corrupted- by Radicalism.- -' . Terrible Tragedy in Walnut Thief Arrested— and is Shot Dead by the Officer. In the early part of July last,' Mr, Win Cherry, of Walnut township, tnis county, nad aoout no neeces oi wooi Bwnn irom bis premises. yThe matter remained a mys tery nntil a few days ago, when it was dis covered that the missing - wool had been concealed between the ceiling and roof of a school house near Mr. Cherry's farm, and the discovery was not made until, after the wool was taken from its place oi conceal ment. A young lady in charge of a school in the building noticed one morning that the house had been entered on the Previous nlsrht. as . It had rained, foot prints' were plainly visible on the floor and on a desk, which tbe thieves bad used in getting the wool from its place of concealment. She at once communicated the facts to Mr. Cherry, and on further ex amination, small particles of wool were discovered about the school nouse, wntcn, In connection with a fresh wagon track, satisfied Mr. Cherry that he had a clue to his roissinz fleeces. Pursuit was at once madeand the parties followed to Columbus, where the wool was found stored in a ware house for shipment. Having secured his wool, the next step was the arifst of the thief, who proved to De a young man py the- name of Ell Watson, well known to the neighborhood of Mr. Cherry's. Wat son was arrested and taken before R. A, Yontz, J. P., and while awaiting an exam ination Watson made an excuse to retire from the room, the officer, Mr. Fix, follow ed him at some little distance. Watson suddenly leaped over a fence, was making oft at full SDeea. rne oincer nauea mm to stop, but Watson was on the run and not on the stoD. After reoeatinsr the command to ston and being unheeded, the officer drew his Distoi and fired. Watson contin ned to run, and tne oracer nred a second time; the shot took eftect and proved fatal in a few moment alter. It is -thought Watson bad confederates his crime, and we learn one or two arrests have been made in the neighborhood. is to be regretted that the officer in charge of Watson felt called upon to use such vio lent means to prevent the escape. But it was dark, there was probably no other means of preventing it. .A prisoner who attempts to escape from- an officer, ought to understand that he does so at the peril —Lancaster Eagle. Black Creek Falls. Btack Creek Falls, two and a half tulles from Gadsden, Is one of the greatest natu ral curiosities in Alabama. Tt is difficult, save tbe Gadsden Times, give an adequate idea of this Fall from any written description. Leaving Gadsden, you ascend to an elevated piaceau oi tne Lookout Mountain. Four or five hundred feet below you, as. far as the eye can see, the Coosa 'is winding its way in graceiui curves like a riband ot saver, its waters si ternatelv sleeping in the shade and walk inz in the sun. In the distance, the view being now and then broken by the prime val forest, the- river- seems to form a suc cession of lakes embosomed In the thick surrounding foliage. , On this ridge, valley winds beyond valley, fair and Deautitui the.Drosneuts that burst upon .the enrap tured vision of the prophet, When standing on the sacred mountain. t On the other slue, hill rises above hill. covered 'with 'giant 'woods' and trailing vines. lour ear catcnes tne sound ei waterfall, and a. lew steps brings you where a. large creek, which at the North would be termed a river, is precipitated over a ledge of rocks, in one nnnroken de scent more than- a hundred leet, into boilioz abyss Deiow. u rom tnence nerhaDS a mile, either by some terrible con vulsion bt nature, or by constant action the waters "through the lapse of ages, deep gorge has been worn in the solid rock. varying , in deptn irom nity to one nunorea and tiftv feet. Vast masses of rock, of most every conceivaDie snaoe, nave Deen torn from their beds and scattered in inde scribable confusion on either side. Walk insr alonsr the side of the chasm, you look down, oh the tops ot tall trees growing the bottom of the .gorge. Descending the bed ot the stream by artificial steps tour or five hundred yards below the Falls, you find the current dashing over its rocKy ned, foaming and roaring as it is lashed into fury by. the. tremendous leap it has mane. ., . . Reaching the Falls, you pass behind enter a great amphitheatre, capable oi seat iuar five thousand persons. It is ot a circu lar lorm, i ana tne noor, siaes anu root , 1 . . . . solid rock.- The roof at the further ex tremlty, rising from the floor by a grace ful curve, gradually ascends ulwi it meets the waterfall, when it reaches the height of-ninety feet. Here every day when sun strikes the side ot the falling water. rainbows of dazzling- beauty are reflected on the vaulted ceilings The amphitheatre is perfectly light, dry and cool in the hot test day in summer, always affording a lightful siesta, .where, after drinking in indescribable beauty of tne scene, you sink Into oblivion, lulled to rest by sound ot falling waters. A Miser's Hoard. In the Island of Jersey, a few weeks ago. an old woman, named Jane Douglas, died, bne nad no relatives, ana naving in quite a mean house, bad generally been supposed to be comparatively desti tute, and had been the recipient ot charity for a long time. A search, which was made on her premises after her death, showed that the old woman naa oeen a miser, of money, as is usually the case, but clothes:- Of money there was found- $23, whilst box after box ot clothes discovered, and upon being emptied, following, among other articles, were found: Fiftv-six silk and stuff dresses, thirty shawls, one hundred and eight night dresses, one nunorea ana tweuty-seven chemises, twenty-nine flannel petticoats, forty-eight towels, one nnndred ann eignt bbeket handkerchiefs, eishty-four pairs stockings, several dress patterns not made up, forty-two neck-kerchiets, .sixty nignc csds. twentv-four skirts, twenty-four rons,; and twenty-three dress jackets. Many articles were quite new. : rne wear ing apparel, when found, was. distributed among the poor of the neigh Dornooo. Stamping a Letter. A South paper says: An negro woman on Tuesday gave a letter the mail agent on the Caroliua train, station near Branchville, and asked him send it for her. The agent said the must be stamped. The old woman became Indignant, said that the darkeys were and.. " Whar de use of freein' de culled pussons. ef you don't free de - letters and finally yelled out, "How many stamps he want, eh?" The mall agent said, "three." Down went the .letter,, and down went old woman's neei. "Darl darl dar! dar's tnree stamps, dat enuAY eh ?" was in angry earnest and the "bvstand era were amnsea accord in o-iir- m,. gayjlne- joke, yolunteered to pay the moner stamp, and thus doubly stamped the was sent tfrlte destination. P ' ' DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS. At'a meeting . of the Democratic State Executive Committee, in conjunction with State candidates, on the 9th inst., appoint-. merits were made for meetings in nearly every county, la the State, to be. addressed by the leading. Pemocrats of the State who have signified, their willingness to speak. This ejnbraces Judge Thurman, the candi date for Governor, Daniel" S. XJhl, the. candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Frank BVHurd, tbe candidate for Attorney Gen eral, pons.. R. P. Panney, C. L. Vallan- DIGHAM, GEO.H. iTlNDLETpN, (JOl. GEO. VV. McCook,' Hon. Hugh ' J.' .' Jewett, Hon. George Bliss, Gen.Gso. W.Morga'n, Hon. rHILIDELPa VAN A MUMP,. Utn, JJUKBLS Ward, Col. Oscar F. ilobRE, Hon. WW. E. Finck, Hon, L E,Critcbeisld, John Mo Sweeney, Esq., J'M.-:Estep, Esq, Wm. Heisly, EsqHon. R: E. Jones, Hen.' J. Frank "McKinney,' Hon. T.' Jw Ken net, Hon. John M. Follett, Hon. Thomas Beeb and Hon. A. M. Jackson'.'' ' m'j '1 Judge Thnrmam's'- Appointments. I Wc ART BUR.-Vinton county, Saturday, ' Aoeust loth, with Vaa Trump.,,,-. ., -i LOGAN. Hockinc county. Monday. August 13th, with Vn Trump. LANCASTER. Fairfield county, "Wednesday, Aug; 14th. with Jewett and Jfinck., . ., , . HEW LEXINGTON. Perry county. Thursday, .August lain, with Jewett and Finok. QRBENVf LLR, Darke oounty, Thursday JAt. S2d. with Frante tl. llurd. ...... . . PIQUA. Miami county. Friday, Aug; 23d, with i: rank u. num. - . ,j , i- . SIDNEY. Sbelb connty, Saturday.-Aug.. S4th, witn iranu ti. num. WA PAKON ETTA. Aoglatse county. Monday, Aug. S6th, with rank tl. Uurd. - - , : OE LIN A . Mercer county. Tuesday, Aug. 27th, with frank II. Uurd. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Be'mont county; Tuesday, pt. Wtn. with Ueo. U. Pendleton. , - , WOODSKIELD, M-mroe county, Thursday, Sept. 12tb. with Y endleton and V aliandiKham. MARIETTA, Wa'hlneton coonty, Saturday, Sept. 14th. with umi H. Pendleton. - MARION, Marion county. Wednesday, Sept. 18th, witn lien, juorgan. BUCYRUS. Crawford county, Thursday, Sept. 19th, with Gen. Morgan. - .-. UPPER SANDUSKY. Wyandot county, Friday, Sept. 20tn, with lien. Morgan. TIFFIN, Seneca county, Saturday, Sept. Slst with Gen. Morgan. MILLERSBURO. Holmes county. Tuesday. Sept. K34, witn uoo. ti. pcndieton. MT. VKRNON. Knox connty. Thursday, Sent. 25th. .with Geo. H. Pendleton. . Hon. I. S. IJhl's Appointments. . . It of to CALDWELL. Noble county. Tuesday. Aug, 20th. with b. 11. fcshel nan McCONNELSVlLLE. Morgan county, Wednesday, Aug. aist. with t. B. tstielmaa. WASHINGTON, Fayette county. Friday, Aug. 23d. with a. i!,.neiman. WILMINGTON. Clinton oounty. Saturday, Aug. 24th, wuh Hi H. Hsbetman. . .-..'., , HA YSYILLE, Ashland oounty, Saturday, A ust Z7to, with A. ai, jaoKson NORWALK, Huron c"nnty, Tuesday, Sept. Mth, with Taos. Beer ana w m. tieisiey. SANDUSK.Y CITY, Erie connty. Wednesday, Sept. Wth, with w m. Ileisley and 1 hos. ueor. PORT oLIRTON.Ottowa eounry. Thursday. Sept, lath, with lion. 1 hos. rsefr. PERRYSBURG.Wood oounty, Friday, September SO.h, with Hon. Thos. Beer. ELMORE. Ottawa county. Saturday, September 21st. with Hon. Thos. Beer WAUSEON. Fulton county, Tuesday, September 34th, with General Morgan BRYAN, Williams connty, Wednesday, September 26tb, with General Morgan. - ANTWERP. Paulding county. Frii with Gen. George w; Morgan, : Friday, Sept. 87th, VAN WERT, Van Werteounty, Saturday, Septem ber zoth. with uenerai siorgan. Uon. It. P. Itanney's Appoint- ments. : as a to the ior of NEWPHILADELPHIAiTuscarawai county. Sat- .nrday, Aug, lotn, witn uoi, moook. COSHOCTON, Coshocton county. Monday, Aug, Utb, with, Uen. Morgan. . NEWARK, Licking county, Tuesday. Aug. 13th, witn Uen. Morgan. ZANESVILLE, Muskingum eounty, Wednesday. Au. 14tb, with uen. uorgan. CAMBRIDGE. Guernsey county. Thursday, Aug, 15th. with lions. i no. r . r oiieu atu n mr Law rence. ...,t.... STEUBENVILLE. . Jofferso : county, Saturday, August 17th. witn ti. J. jewett., ,, COLUMBUS, Franklin oounty, Monday eve, Aug. l'Jtn. DKLAWAHE,' Delaware oounty, Tuesday, Aug, 20th. with Frank 11. tturd. M A RY S V1L LE . U nion- eouuty, Wednesday, Aug. 21st, with rraun h, uuro. .- - BELLE FONTAINE, Logan county, Thursday Aug. S2d. with lion. J . c . morkinney. - - a Hon. C. Vallandlsham's Ap polntments, at to and .oi fi the PLArNVILLE, Hamilton county, Thursday. Aug. 13th.' I- :. . ,. . ... ., COLUMBUS. Saturday (Eve,), Aug. 24th. , . LOCUST GKOVE Adams county, Wednesday, Sept. 4ib, witn uen. uuroin w ara . HILLSB0RO, Highland county.' Thursday. Sept i 5tb. wit uen. ward. . m . :. r FAYETTEV1LLE, Brown oounty. Friday. Sept. 6th. with Gen. Ward. URBANA-Charonaien ennnty. Monday. Sept. 9th with Hon. i.t rank sloA-uiney. WOODSFIELl). Monroe oounty, Thursday. Sept, r.'th. with i-endieton ana inurman. LOUDONV1LLE. Aahlund county, Saturday, Sept. 14tn, Witnnon. r. J. JS-enney. - .. , . KENTON. Hardin oounty, Tuesday.' Sept. T7th, h Hon. T.J Kenney.- . OTTOWA, Putnam eounty, Thursday, Sept. 19th, with Hon. T. J. Ivenney. . : ,iv -., . UPPER SANDUSKY, .Wyandot connty,. Friday, Sept. zutn, witn inurman ana ju organ. DEFIANCE. Defiance county, Friday. Sept 0tu, with Hon. . U. LiOBiona ana lion, w . u. am. LOGAN. Hocking ooanty. Wednesday, OotoberSd GALION, Crawford oounty.Friday, Sept. 27th. NEW MIDDLETON, Mahoning eounty. Time to be nxed hereatterj -. ,. : ,. . . Col. Geo. IV. McCook's Appoint ments.. tni; ;. the can the re sided not of but was NEW PHILADELPHIA. Saturday, Angust 10th, with Uoa. K. r. Kanney. . POMEROY, Tuesday. September Sd. with Col. 0 i . Wooreana Lir, rtr-. Jones. . . . GALLlPOLIS. Wednesday. September 4th, with Uul- u. s . Moore ana ur. rt. ti. juneu. IRONTON.Fridoy. September Sth, with Col. 0.'7. Moore and ur. K. t. jones. PO RTSMOUTH. Saturday eyening, September 7th. with Col.'U. t . Moore ana nr. a. r. juuoa. WEST UNION. Tuesday. September 10th, with Hon. Frank H. Hura,. - GEORGETOWN, Wednesday. September 11th ritb Hon. f ranK a. nura. . BATAVIA. Thursday, September 12th, with Hon. f rank a. uura. CINCINNATI. Friday eyening. September 13th.: 'ithHon. Frank H. nurd. ... , COLUMBUS, Saturday eyening, September 14th, : . I it L' I. U U .. ..1 Wlbll UUU, X ,mi& uuiu. . the Hon. Geo. U. Pendleton's Appoint ments. .. of ap- old to at a to letter free, too," the dar ! She ontl i MILLKP.SBURG, Holmes bounty. Tuesday, Sept.! letter! ?d'w,tQ Tnn"B- l1- ' ' c rlMT. VERNON. Knox oounty. Thursday. Sept LIMA. Allen county, Thursday, Aug. I5th. with' r rank U. Uurd, ,i. ,', . . FINDLAY. Hancock county. Friday, Aug. Ifltb, with frank H. aura. - FREMONT. Sandusky eounty, Saturday, Aug. 17tb, with f rank tl. nurd. ,. . .. TOLEDO, Lucas county Monday (evening), Aug. llflU. NAPOLEON, Henry oounty, Wednesday. Aug. 21st, with lion. Li. It. unicnneia. DEFIANCE, Defiance county. Thursday. Aug. SSd. with Hon. ii. r. uritchheia. RirCYRtTs. Crawford county. Saturday -An, futh. - with Hon. L; K Uritchfield. , -,, HAMILTON, Butler oounty. Tuesday.. Sept. with Hard and Critchfield. ' - '.Vr. DAYTON. Montgomery county, Wednesday, Sept. LON DON JMadlson county.Thursday; S'ep'ttb.with nura uu uruoaaeia. ; , : i . f. ; COLUMUUS, Franklincoanty, Satardayevening). Sept. Tth. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Belmont eonnty, Tuesday ! Sept. lath, with Judge Tnurman. . , ,.. . WOODSFIELD. Monroe county, Thursday, SeptL! 12tb, with Thurman and Vallandigham. HAltlETTA. WasWngton oounty, Saturday; Sept .,4ta.witnuanw xuuiiu.p. .. ., . ATHENS. Athens oounty. Monday, Sept. letii. with A. Mayo. .''' - ' CUlLLlCOTHE.,Rost eounty, Tuesday, Sept.l7th?; with r ranK n. num.aua.iBu i rump. LOVELAND. Clermont county. Wednesday, Sept. lstb.Wltn nuru anu yu iruuip. lutn, WllQ J Uuge luuiuiau. Hon,- Frank.' IT: Hnrd's ' Apnoii Maits ..'. .f.i.::. 1 LIMA. Allen ennnty, Tuesday. Avgast 18th. with uea. 11. reodletou. FIJTDLAT, Hancock county. Thursday,' August utb. withUeo. U. fendteton. - , FREMONT, Sandusky county,- Saturday, August DELAWARE, Delaware eouritj, Tuesday, August xuen, witnuoge riaonej. 11. 1 -.uy, 1 j MARYSVILLK, Union oounty, Wednesday, Aug, 21st, with Judge RanneV. - OREENV1LK, Darlce cennty. Thursday. August xza. mna Juage. nuunan. PIQUA, Miami county. Friday Angust 23d, with Judee 1 nnrnran. SIDNKT. Shlby ennnty, Saturday Aagustttth, Vf APAURONETTA. Anulaiie connty.'' Monday. -Aug. 96th, with Judge Thurman. : tt.;..:: ELINA,llercer county, with Judge Thurman, . luejday. August . 17th, . HAMILTON. Butler coonty. Tuesday, Sept. 3d, , with-Pendleton and Critohfleld. . . . , .. - ' ., DAYTON, Montgomory county; Wednesday, Sept, LONDON; Madisin eoantyJ Friday, Sept, Sth; with WEST UNIO N. A dw county.Tuesday rlept, 10th 'withCol.Geo. W. McCook. GKORGETOWn; Brown : county, ; Wednesday, oepi. inn, wun vol. Mcuooa- !..,. .-: .. BATAVIA', Clermontsouuty.Thursday.Septilbth. -witiudi.-vecook.- - i '. wniiinni'ii.; Hamilton eounty iriaay xe,T.;, Sept, 13th. with Col. McCook C8&hfwrtrccil CHILLIOOTHE, Ktls county, Tuesday, 3ept, Wth wifcu r euuieum ana v aa xrump. LOVEL AN D, Clermdnt s connty; Thursday, -tiet. i.-wiui rcnaicton ana v an 1 rupiD. 1 i : . Dsn. II sigh J. Je-vrett's Appoint meats, .. LANCASTER Fairfield oounty, Wednesdar. Aug. nth, with .Judge Thurman and Hon. h. Hth, with' Judge Thurman no. .... ,.!,. .. . . .1 iSW' LEXINGTON, Ferry county, Thursday. Ans:. 15th. with Jndse Thurman and Hon. W, imck; ........ ., r , . STEUBENVJLLE. Jefferson county, Saturday, Aug. 17th, with Judge Kanney, CADIZ, Harrison county. Tuesday,i3ept. Si, with j . si. cstep ana vv m.HStsiey. CARROLLTON. Carroll ennnty. Wednesday. Sept, 4tn,-witn t. M.cstep ana wm. aeisiey. HEW LISBON, ; Columbians oonnty, Thnrsday, . sept, ata, with J. Al. talep ana wm. neisiey. YOUNGSTO WN. Mahoning count y Friday, Sept, 6th, With J . II; ttstep and w n. tteiaisy. WARREN, Trumbnll county. Satnrdaj, Sept. Tth with J. M. Este'p and .Wm. Heisley. CLEVELAND. Monday evening, Sept. Bth.' ' ASHLAND, Ashland county, Tuesday, Sept. 10th, wiui Hon. Ueo. liliss, CRESTLINE.'Crawford county, Wednesday, Sept. 11th, witn lion, ueo. cuss. MT. G1LEAD,' Morrow county. Thursday. Sept. lath, with tion. ueo. miss. SPRINGFIELD, Clark county, Tuesday. Sept. 17th, with uen. imroin ward. DAYTON. Wednesday evening, Sept. 18th. with Uen. ward. EATON. Preble county. Thursday. Sept. 19th, with Cren. Ward.-- CINCINNATI. Friday evenisg.Sept. Mth. SPRINtJ VALLEY. Green oounty. Saturday. Sept, 21st, with uen. ward. - COLUMBUS. Saturday evening. Sort. Mth. Hon. Gee. BIUs' Appointments. ASHLAND, Ashland connty. Tuesday. Sept loth CRESTLINE. Crawford county, Wednesday, Sept. llth. with Hon. Hugh J. Jewett- with Hon. Hugh j. jewel1 MT. GILEAD, -Morrow county, Thursday, Sept, I2tn. with uon. uusn J. jewett. SALEM, Columbiana oounty, Monday, Sept. 18th, witn t. o. fisneunan. ASHTABULA. Ashtabula county, Thursday, Sept )9th. with fj. is. fisbelman. MEDINA. Medina eounty, Saturday. Sept. Slst with Ai. t. fisbelman. General ' Dlorgan's Appolnmenta, COSHOCTON. Coshocton oounty, Monday, August 12tb, with Hon. H. r, Kanney. NEW ARK. Licking county. Tuesday. August 13th, with Hon. It. f. iianney. ZANESVILLE,' Mu-kineum eounty, Wednesday, August U b, with Hon. It. f. K&nney. COLUMBUS. Saturday evening, August 31st, MARION. Marion county. Wednesday, September ltttb, witu J udge '1 barman. BUCYRUS, Crawford ennnty, Thursday, Septem ber 19th, with Juoee i nurman. ITPPER SANDUSKY. Wyandot conntv. Friday. September 20th. with allandigbam and 1 nur- man TIFFIN. Seneca county, Saturday. September xlit, witi Judge 'inurman. TOLEDO. Lucas county, Monday evening, Sep- te uber 1. WAUSEON. Fulton county, Tuesday, September Mth, witn Hon. ii. o. uni. BRYAN, Williams s county, Wednesday. September w'..; 25tn, with Hon VAN WERT, Van Wert coonty, Saturday, Sep tember asth. witn lion. u. B uni. . Gen. Dnrbin Ward's Appolnt-. ments. LOCUST GROVE,' Adams eountr, Wednesday, cept. 4tn, witn uon. v-,u. vaianaignam HILLSBORO, Highland county, Thursday, Sept. sth. with Hon. J. Li. v auanaignam FAYETTEVILLE. Brown county. Friday, Sept - Btn, witn uon. Ul u. v auanaignam, SPRINGFIK LD. OWrk eounty; Tuesday, Sept. 17tb,.with Hon. Hugh J. Jewett. DAYTON. Wednesday eyening. Sept 18th, with Hon. uuru j. jewett. EATON, Preble county, Thursday, Sept. 19th, with Hon. H. J. jewett. SPRING VALLEY. Greene eounty, Saturday, Sept. 21st, with Hon. H.J. Jewett. Hon. I.. It- Crildiuelfl's Appoint, ment. NAPOLEON. connty, Wednesday, Aug. with lion ueo. ii. reameton DEFIANCE. Defiance county. Thursday, Aug. 22d, with Hon. ueo. n. reaaieton. BUCYRUS, Crawford eounty, Saturday, Aug. 24th, . with lion. ueo. It. renuleton. HAMILTON. Butler county. Tuesday, Sept. 3d, witn renaieion ana aura. DAYTON, Montgomery county, Wednesday Sept. 4tn, with reoaieton ana nura. LOF DON, Madison eounty, Friday, Sept. Sth, with renaietan and nurd. J. Itl. Eolep and Wm. Heisley, -iv-ilh Ion. slush M. Jewett, vrill Ail dress Meetings at ' - ' ' ''" CADIZ, Tuesday Sept. 3d.- CARROLLT )N. Wednesday, Sept. 4th. NEW LLSBON. Thursday. Sept. Sth. YOUNGSTOWN. Frilay. Sept. Sth. WARREN, Saturday. Sept.' 7th: Hon. Vlios Iteer, -n llts Hon. IX 8 Util, will - Address meetings at NORWALK. Tuesday, Sept. 17th. SANDUSKY CITY. Wednesday, Sept. ,18th, PQRT CLINTON. Thursday, SepU 18th.' PERRYSBURG, Friday.'Sept; 90th. : ELMORE, Saturday, Sept. 21st. '. Col. O.F. Mooi-fr wish Col. ItlcCoolc - and lr. K. 3. -Jones will address : meetings at ;;., ,-, , . , PO UEROY, Tuesday, ept,3d. .. GALLIPOLIS. Wcdnesd'y. Sept. 4th. . " ' IROMTON, Friday', Sept. Sth. .-'- PORTSMOUTH. Saturday evening. Sept. 7th . Democratic County Central Committees In the respective counties will, please im mediately adopt measures whereby large meetings will be Becured for tbe speakers, . Democratic papers will confer a favor by publishing these appointments.- JUllN ti. XllUJIfSOJV, Chairman E.' B. Eshelm an," Sec'y . " - ' ; . I , - ; i ! I , 3d,' ' ' 1 j 1 . i i LECTURES. A NEW COURSE OF LECTlIRtS IS being delivered at the. NEW YOKK MUSEUM OP ANATOMY, embracing tbe subjects -'" How to live and what to live for: Youth. Matu rity and old age; Manhood generally reviewed; The causes of indigestion, flatulence and Nervous diseases accounted for ; Marriage philosophically considered, ao. t . Pocket volumes containinE these lectures will bf forwarded to purties unable to attend on receipt o fourstamos b addressing : "shCKLTARY. Mw York Mcsbi-m of anhtosit. akd science, 818 Bboabwav. NEW YORK." -a jy-diy-r . . ..... Law " Books and Law Stationery, Vol. 16 Ohio State Reports, (5. j Ghplson A Okey's Ohio Digest, tlu. . ' Vol. 23 United States Digest, S6.50.' Tbe New Bankrupt ' Lfttr and ; Blanks lor same, .;' ' Legal Cap, Notarial Seals and Presses, '. ;; 1:.. 199 gouth High s'treet1. (Open House.), leoae-oom-jyi ..'i LAKE'S SALOON, ' - "- ' Jl- '. :rnt -1': ; r. i.:F?,,"T.WvfA,,,'f' t ! T,TX"F3 . QBFOT. i T. E.'. MORRISON,: ; Proprietors ' aug'2-dt WE HAVE SOLD Ol'B INTEREST in the firm of Deed, Jones A Co.' '6 Addison Moore, and ne retires irom our arm tola day. Aumipt 1st. 1867. aug3-lro K-ELT0N. BANCROFT CO. ' j 1 A. IV I1EADLEY & CO, 250 tfc 252 SOUTH HIGH STREET, H AVE ON HAND AND ARE DAIL.T receiving a Splendid Stock (just fiom the manufacturers) of Summer Dress Goods, Sammer NllKS, SnmmKr finnLino-e ;i5ammer tlOakingS, '';' Summer Shawls, Cassimeres, Scc.y te, ctc,, Ac. -. ' Parasols, ' '! '.T V- V San Shades and i.-- ! '.i J: Snn Umbrellas, hite Goods, Laces, Edgings, &c. CLOAK AND DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, HOSIERY, GLOVES, . .. . &. c HOOP SKIRTS. ALL OF WHICH ARB OFFERED AT GREAT BARGAINS. maj23' PAPER FORTH ESTATE. OFFICE OF THE SECRET sRY OF STATE, COLUMBl'S, W., August I, 1807. . CEALKD PKOCOSALS WILL. BE RE- O eeived at the office of the Secretary of State until . . Monday, tne "2d. Day of September next at noon, forfnrnishing Paper for the use of the state ot unio, lor one year, as lollows : - 2(500 ReaiYIS DOUbl Super Ryal Printing Paper, VTH by inches, to weigh not less than' 58 pounds to toe ream. BO Reams Double Flat Cap, 1SX by 27 inches, to weigh at least 26 pounds to tbe re.m. .. 75 Reams Brochure Cover Paper. . Assorted colors. 30 by 27 inches, to weigh at least uuuuuB w ma renin. he Quantities aboye named to be increased tbe option of the Secretary, of state. Bids most be ccoinnanied by samnles of tbena- per, and must specify the price at which such kind and quality will be delivered at the state House, in Columbus, Ohio.- 1 he Daper must be of the best Quality. The de livery of the paper to commence on tbe first of No- yem ber next, and to continue as tbe paper shall ne-dfd. ach DTODOsal (as reauired by law) mart be me. compsnied by a bond, with at least two good and sufficient Bureties. in tbepenal sum of not exceed ing twenty thousand dollars, nor lesi than five thousand dollars, conditioned lonhefaithful per formance of such eontraot as may be awarded. The bids t be made and contracts to be awarded in accordance with the terms of an act entitltd"An aot to provide for the purchase of Stationery. Fuel and other artiolea fur tbe Uenerai Assembly a- state ofiioers." ossed March 11. IMS. and "An to amend sections four and six, and to repeal sec tion five" of the abo.'e entitled act. cassed March 3. 1883. ... mds to oe endorsed on tne envelopes irroposals for furnishins Faoer for the SiAte ' Bidders are assu r.d.that no paper will be receiv ed uuieis ;i contorms in. every respect with tbe sain pies. '1 nis provision will be strictly adhered to. Wil. HfcftBT SMITH, augl-eodtd Seoretaryot State. FUEL FOR THE STATE. OFFICE OF THE SECRKTARY OF ST ATE, I i OOLCMBl'8. U , AUKUSt 1.1867. i CEILED PKUPOSiliS WILL BE KE- O ceived at the office of the Secretary nf State until Monday, tbe 24 Bay of September nextat2 o'clock noon, for furnishing the State vfutu wivu luoi, lur uua ;c.r, as iuuuws ; 7,000 Bushels of Hocking - x. vi a 1 1 of the best quslity, the lower vein of Hocking coal aua iree irom state, siaos and airt. 20,000 Bushels of Coke, to weigh not less than 40 pounds to the bushel, oe ox gooa quality, aua Kept dry. 50 Cords of Wood, the same to be of Hickory, Beech; or Sugar, lectin length, straigotand welt split. ihe Quantities above named to be increased the option of the Secretary of State. The Fuel to be delivered without oharge for such delivery, at tbe State House, Columbus, Ohio. Proposals to oe accompanied oy samples, and specify the Kind, quality and price ot the luel pro posed o be furnished . Each proposal must be accompanied by a bond with at least two good and sufficient sureties, in penal sum nf not exceeding twenty thousand, tecs than five thousand dollarstas required by law), conditioned for the faithful performance of contract as may be awarded. '1 he bids to be madeand the contract to beaw.rd ed in accordance with tne ti-rms of the act entitle! An act to provide for the purchase of stationery. fuel and other articles for the General Asen,nlva.id State ffioer.." pa-sed March 11. 18 3; and "An to amend sections four and six. and to repeal sect five" of tbe above entitled act. passed-March 1863. Bids to be indorsed on tne envelope.. "Pro posals for furnishing Fuel for the State." Fuel nisoed oy tbe contract' r mnst be in all eae4 eqn.l in au.liry to the sample This rule Kill de rigidly etiforctd. WM. HUM KY SMITH, augl-eodtd seoretaryot state. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE Of fice of the City Civil Engineer, in Columbus. Ohio, until1 ' ' ' Monday, Anznst 13tb, IS67, !&&f&l'?Bma'- "torid r or grading film alley trom vt a ter street to HMII1. For arading Low alia 7 from Spring street to t or grading nuioerrT auey irom Jjow alley Bank alley. , ; . ' 1 For grading Bain auey jrom opnng street to berry alley. - t or grading spring. stress irom vraser street State avenue, excepting that part bounded by Ohio Penitentiary. - . ' - - .-.,., '. - ,.t.: . ; M: JAEWKB, .. .. . , Citt Civil Encineer.' City Civil Engineer's office, Ko. fla South street, up stairs. - sug7-d6t- MEDICAL COLLEGE OF OHIO. " ''ciHicii:ati. THE ANNUAL COURSE OF LEC TURER in the above Institution commence TUESDAY. October 1st, 1867, in uuuex. uuuuiiiii, cixm street, umween v ine Usee streets, ana end tbe last ot February. , . . , F K E 8,,. Mstrictilatinn '. ......5 40 .. ... Professors lickets Remonstrator's Tickets ospitals, each Graduation t ee. ......24 For particulars, see circulars. augl q6w M. B. WR1UUT, U. D Dean. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . Teolnweef -MaiiBandUar V 4nch anaaa..aanitl tuts a square i -- ; . .s , i . . : L i, peg ssjuare. T5 cents t- Notices of Deaths, 60 cents: ' notices ot Marriages, HI cents; Keligious Notices. 60 cents. Adrertise. ments inserted every other day, ever; third day, aj'. once a week, will be ebarged $1 00 per aduare, raob . insertion: Business Notices in Local enlamn, t cepts Mt line, far eachJnserton.-3o Notice lese.- Wbeklt f 1.60 per square eaoh Insertion. Busi ness Notices, SO cents per line eaoh inter ion.- Ha Notice las .than- S2.S0 . aieaal ajdyeraiceiaenta will be charged regular rates. ' " 1 All trantimt (drertisemtmta must be paid for ti the time tbey are-ortiered . . . . . , at be . d aot of to four at to tbe nor such aot on 8d. fur - state Elm to Mul to the ' High " wiU the and m 00 6 00 s 00 ou BUSINESS CARDS. r. batdik.,, os. HtJTCBSO..'r. ls BATDKM. HAyden, HllTCHESOH CO.. "BANKERS, " ' ,,liiy,i NO. 13 SOUTH H1CH STREET, . I. 1 --'. "r : . 'T,I I'l Cplumbus. Ohio, - ABE TRiflREb'TWibO A'geiver AL Banking business, reewei deposits, pay able on datntna.loaa Money; bay andseii Sachang and make Collections. -. . Buy at liberal Mtes Gold and, Sjler, .(iold Cou pons and Compound Interest Notes. Buy and sell all kindi of Govera'menl 'Securities and Ohio StAteBonds: " ' - Convert 7 2-10 oten iwto6-30 Bonds, and fill or ders for the purchased salt or Mihaogoief may .kinl of e-eouritie on the most fasorabls tonus. , jans-tf-iunit, ,. , ,,' ',.,',- . - -r'3 99 SALOON - AND RESTAURANT, r,iJ Locust' HEwiEBd; ";- .'. Wsst BraM StXMtf Iniporter of Fine Liquors &XigarsA . . WHOLESALE AND BETAIIm ' iune96-dtf-r -t)i;;-i-i' ni yf Avn Liquors ol all KindSA rfetf- YEAR OLD fieCRBOir wnttM X ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbon Whisky' -Also, tsrenty-nve baireis pw -,t iS years o i v lVIdnongaliela ' Whisky;: 3 ot the best braads; .Will be sold by th otaiftnnl keg or barrel; also, all kinds, of Wines and. othec Liauora,, fJlUK, BOSS & bolV! ' deoSif'- -7-'' J 224 South rHightreiit' L. O. BAtllT i. S itlOX T80K. B. b. sum BAILEY t u n m ocn v r j ifi' s-tHUUIidUlUa bUi BANKERS,- S. High St, oInmbnf. a - t-;, hb io ii-DO A' :' b-,:.. -. : -. EENERflL BASKING ftND COLLECTION BUSIKE- ' ... .... . i.TjBALIW- '";: ' B Psreism and asonteatieExenangre.L.- ernneai Honda, Coin and I nenrrent jytoney. - - s- COLLECTIONS Pit 6 HP TLT2 TT tSDMM to and remitted for on the day of paymea'l may28-dSm-juneS3 WBST- 6HAKBA.. S.iVi CAMrBEI.I -' H.BSKBtB O'llARRA, CAttPBELL &! BARBEEi1 (Snccessore to J, &. L. ZetUer,) '' i T WH0I.KSALB AND RETAIL .11' l J-i DBALBUS Foreign and Domestic Groceries, .- -, t . r .. PBOWL'CE, WATER LIME, ( PTNH IilQUO XIS.J ' "" ' PLASTER, &c.t &c. V ; r , COR. FOURTH & FRIEND STS.1, COLUMBUS, omo iulySl-dtf PROFESSIONAL. : IVT. H. MANf; : ! , No. 117 South High St., : noy2-dljl UP STAIRS. r-rf S. W. ANDREWS,, T At t or n e v at Law;3 . : -i- : -.,.:t i-.irj - OFFICE In the Buckeye) Block,, 3 CORNER OF HIQH AN1T BROAD STREETS Entrance on High street, n;. .; ; mayn-dlyn - SAUL Ss -HEKKLEr "-f ATTORNEY AT LAW,' ' -."'J COI.U1T1BIJS, .! WILL PRACTICE IN THE SCPHEJIKt and Inferior Courts, and will collect clainia against the State and Federal Government: ' ' -' OFFICE Now 87 Eaat State street, opposite the Btate House. InovlT-dly i,. , -, ',- ' i .( - , i 1 'I Ml ft- GEO. W. ANDREWS, mm Attorney' tuicf' Connsellor "at Law IXWriB I Me. ,. , Fraotioes In the Cour . of Westorv.Ohio nehs-tf 1 ' ' """ "'" ' : .- . u i-i vi-pi-,i- ,-,,!t I DII. C. C. SHARP, ,'-1 i. Eclectic Physician & Surgeon. i.-.f i . OFFICE X V .:-:u :-i On Fourth street, between State and 3road, in J , Miller's Office. Residence No. sepl 46 South Fourth street. ? - '; '-fn.i .V Kt!.iiW White Linen! Duck ; 'ti; .1::' ::'i ;''r T' ii- '1 irv-.l ;-i'i-! .-i'- Brown tlnei Duck;"" "lai-j.i-.ir.oi ,.i , Brown Linen Drills;' . -y, ., .). f 7f1 1 -.: .".!n:,i !- .'); ti s T'f's.!!-J(Hl .. FOR, ... I-qTy-, ; ; ,, j -jnnS7 1 1 t'l Rt .l '-:.i-iv".6AOt tSOVt n .-'! ': :' -,: !!rv7 i- . ; .- PLAIN WHITE AND BLACK : ' ) ti.o Otli Plli! : ! '- -J." . - , crap;e mabetz, All widths, for sale very low. 'junas ;" ' ' "': '.' ' ' BAIS A S05. X j-.;,:fv.i MOHAIR DRESS . GOODS, i'lH J 1 L ';'.' - ''.I i :-. V' 1 f: .- OfitVI.t Of tbe most desirable fabrics and shades, (net rn ceived and selling below value, at jun22 , BA15 A SON'S. .. . ' ' ' -1 ' J " ' '' i ': ": " : -A f :-'!.'! i- i ' 15 '-. ,:.' ' . .1 PLAIN PERCALES .1 , i. .1 A. J..J. : -AIVO JACCONETH, . : - : ':- all '-' 'l 1" ' In Buff, Fink sad Blue, just opened by . V- jBBS.' 1" ' 1 BAnr SOF."' i i : -I"i v ' -;-,t r .;' 2'.u:i .liijuu Vlij li-'l : I , CALICOES, ClflGHAIVIS,; Crft nil vns t'-i .i-vu'.'. i":iiJi' i i-'r!iotn A full assortment, all lately purchased,, and now selling at immense reductions. x . l Jjun22' I '..'I .1 -..i ii,i:f o.it . r- -i.;!" j'.-, ri ' .-.Mr r-v T 'is PRINTED -LAWNS: ;;,'.- :. !.! o-jiiiri .ii. ; '-.-1 .. iijr.in fsuoiiaa !-' ava? 1 U: r' v!ii '.nf .h,AND JA.!C.?plN-ETS..'or - ; .j :.ill-' 'J ,;i!!'-!' liiiliiv .-i :l!! .19(1 1 17 -ni-. .'. u..ii v;i'. . tni.Mi-.: si'i.'J ni huh A large asaortmenti very choice styles, and.(fai;be ow the usual prices. , " . : 1, lTi:-2.-,ty-M ' : jua23 IBAIN A SON.