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ft'Ve" tRnrrap Uro published jjt The: Ohio Statesman Co mpany IS. M. ESHRLn4!r, Editor.--'" ATVRDiT MOHNIlte, .ArGlTST IO. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. TOR eOVMNOR, At.LEM.6i TtTVBnAH, f Franklin, t i.'ibutehiht coveh-tob. - . !A? .KIt CI1 . of Holm. -'- nsAinrnn or- stats. w i .o.i C. FULTON, of Crawford. auditor or win. . , JOHf flcELITEEi of .Butler. "'' ; AToiiwT innu, . .! 'A FRANK H. HUHDi ot Knox, i, i sutbemb judge. ;'; r -THO-fjl m, KKV, of Hamilton. ' ooittou.w op Tin' rA8iBT. '' f-;'1 WIliLIAffl. SHERIDANr., of WillUml -in . VCtfBin BOABD PCBLIO W0RI8. MHOB HC-GHKS, of Cayahoga k cowrrtrrTibwi'l!nirtvT,6mo wooBt IHl BIGHT TO TOTS AND BOLD OFFICE, i .1 .- -"NO!" , . . . , tW Tls Ohi taiei Ially, "TM-WeeVly tassel WeUIy ha nt this time the LARGEST AG8R& AATE CinCI.A.TriO?I offanjr la per la Colambns or Central Oblo. This nalfct it the brat Advertlslnir, 9Ied.Inm of sany paper iw this city. Additional Appointments for Hon. Additional Appointments for Hon. P. Van Trump. DELAWARE. Delaware conj Tuesday, Anffut "ARTSVILLE, Union eoanty. W.dndjuA;, Diet. o BELLE F0NT1T5S. Login county, Thru-sdny; Ang. JS.- ' -- ----' DATTOK. Montgomery Bounty, Wednesday even--, lingv September 18 tk., r i.a ,(, , - -. i ATON, Preble eounty, Thursday. September WW BPBTNO VALLEY .Greene "county. Saturday September list. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chsirman Dem. State Ex. Com. E. B. ESHELMAN, Sec'y. How Brownlow was Elected in Tennessee. The farce. If indeed 60 outrageous can be called by such a name of an elec tion in Tennessee, la well shown op by aa, article from the Nashville Banner of the 2 J initaot, -reproduced on the first pageof tot day's SrxlUHi-'::?.",.'.:"-'-' News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. . aGotB loaed in Ne.wjYoxk. yesterday at '14?:(f? '), '. i 'i ; m rj ' j V 5; f f n 'A Mas" In Brooklyn ha kicked bis "wife , to death. t; 1-3 a; .t 01 itiartt'-.inkr Taa thermometer has been op to 108 de grees in Davenport, Iowa. - T : . Parepa Isto sing In an Oratorio in?JTew' York next winter. , William V incest, the English orator, is about to rvtel the United States. ;--- X n The present Empress at. Morpcco was once a French peasant girj.l " ' ' - ., I Th Republican ticket In T'erraessee -was beaded by a woodcut oFan axe.' " ' j J C0MOKES8MAX Kel'lit, of Philadelphia, IrorrrgtogtorBpOhiofoTtriBilepabllcaDSj j - There r a farm' In Burton eoOoty, Indi ana, which contains 21,000 acres. - , The town collector of Windsor, C TV, wlth the loosr name of H?; Csesar Maran " tetfet ft iabln.bJscconnte.5- T ' Tiw Xcrward j;Koycewho-is reported to have "beeoi elected ;; PreaMent pf Liberia used to be" a barber In Ohloi1 - - - Taa snramer resort along-th Hudson aresparingly patronized thii season, a large propbrtfon being TOmparatjveljr "m'pty. ;- FirEe6m'pan'armlhfnglrvr,tn Jack Bxmr eoanty,'rT..'i The-', principal Veia-BJ about 00 feet below-the surfaces ..m. :j "SGoviOR'BDckiNGHAMV lent, has returned home from hla i lwestern Eisbtt-fitk "per cent, of the mortality a Louis' is among children under five years of age.', ' , ,",'1. '. -" ' "tax price paid for wool In Hae is from . 40- to 50 cents per pound.- One clip was old at(45 eeofcs i price lasf yearu65; f) Tnif estate of the la W John Bryant, of Boston, fi pure up three million dollars,' und, that Francis Skinner "over one mil- noil ';"r A ;;. : Her Majesty Huikou-juikou, the Queen of the Society Islands, in company with her suite, has ust arrived in Paris to visit the Exposition- s ' i J' ' 5 a V.j - Two men attempted; to rob the Mount "tfemotf stage,' six miles from Evansville Indiana, on Tfiuiilay, but were frightened ok by hunters firing their guns hear by. 1 : STATE NEWS. William N. Edwards, Principal of the Union schools of Troy, Miami county, died oh Satnrdaymornlng,' Aug. 3. -'si; We regret to learn that PanT Wyland, an industrious farmer of Marion,, township, ays the Hocking Sentinel, Was kicked in the bowels'by. a horse, on Saturday last, and injured to such an extent that -be cannot recover., Mr. .Wyland is a man of lamily, and bis loss will be deeply lelt. "Os Thursday night of last week the large barn of Mr. Simon Miller, one mile, townj fcayt the Stark, County Defimi erat, was set on fire, and the barn and its contents pf grain and hay consumed. The loss is four or five' thousand" dollars -'and, we believe, no insurance. The Lancaster (Ohio) EagU describes the natural bridge twelve- miles south of that place, showing it to be nearly as great a curiosity as the world-famed natural bridge of Virginia. The bridge Is of solid sand stoneooe hundred and fifty ieet in length, and from eight to' twenty wide, spanning a ravine at an elevation of forty-five feet town the bottom." ; . ; ",; .Ok. Wednesday afternoon last H. C. GrennEsq united in the "holy bonds," &c at the jail In this town, Mr. Jonathan Eagy, who is awaiting a hearing before the Court of Common Pleas, on a charge pf reiSbefy.and Miss. Sophronia Smith, iayi the Van Wert Bulletin. Ot Saturday evening last, a son of Aaron Curtis, of this place, says the Allen County Democrat, was thrown from the horse be was. Tiding' on the race track, at the .fair ground, against the fence so violently as to break his arm at the elbow. The break is a bad one, and it was feared the arm would have to be amputated. A nemo in commetooratioo ot the 100th Birthday'of Mrs: Eunice' Kellogg, grand mother of Milton Munger, Esq, says the Piuk1 Democrat, Will be heltf'la grova near their residence, on Tuesday, August 13th! ; Everybody is' Invited to attend. Mrs. Kellogg will be 100 years of age on the 13th Inst. She retains remarkable vigor and was able to move about quite spright ltUyi;JaAamrber, when the asTer?; seriously injured by a fall. Since then she has only been able to move around the room by holding and' moving a 'chair before her. She is, without doubt, the oldest per son in this county. May many years yet he allotted to :he; surrounded by her grand and great-grand children. Coolie Slavery in New England— Slaves be Imported to work in the Factories. New England manufacturers control congress by the picked men they send to that body. In this they are aided by the Wades, Chandlers, Howards and other Senators New England born, and the Hayes', Eqglkstons, Shellabargbrs and other -Eepubllcans who play Into their hands and own stock in the factories, so as to enable them to levy a high Tariff duty on all the loom products of that region and one correspondingly low, on all the material they needin the, manufacture! their cloths. i This high tariff duty they claim is to protect American industry to enable them to give fitting and living prices to the op erative lor his labor. These New England ecs are aU terribly opposed to slavery for ytirs It made they entire political stock In trade. Ignoring entirely, or else remem bering only to forget that slavery was fpTced n'pon the United State's by the ctn pidity of their ancesters that the largest number ot slaves taken from the jungles pf Africa was brought to the United States and sold in New England ships and by New Englaud slave traders, these men, resolute ly for years waged a war, by stealing back the slaves thus sold, upon the plea that the holding of men in bondage was wrong. . These facts, borne in mind, the following, from the Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal, a Bad! cal Abolition sheet, will be found fruitful as showing the base hypocrisy of these ''Lords of the Loom" of the Abolition per suasion. r-:;' "Whilst extraordinary efforts are made in wis country to shorten the hours of la. Dor, and to increase the wages for the 'smallest amount of work. IT IS SERIOUS- JLiY FKOFOSJSD TO SUPPLY THE VA ICUUM BY THE IMPORTATION OF COOLIES. A BOSTON PAPER STATES TUT A JNUMBKK OF NEW ENG LAND MANUFACTURERS HAVE EV TEREDINTO ARRANGEMENTS FOR .this 1JN 1 KUDU (Jl ION OF CHINESE LABORERS. The way in which it is to be done, is to make contracts in China for the laborers to come out here and work for nve years, lor their subsistence and a cer tain sum of money as wages. It is, of course, expected to get Ifteir labor cheaper than it can be had of any laboring class in the country, ana tne-manuiacturers employing it will thereby be enabled to compete more effectually with the low wages ot Europe."' The introduction of Coolie slavery in the New -England factories, because the labor is cheaper than that of free white labor, is a fine commentary on Abolition . preten sions, and a' sad one on New England anti-slavery professions. No sooner is Ne gro slayery obliterated in the . South, than Chinese' Slavery is to be introduced' in New England, and that too, by the very men, of all others, who professed to think the holding of men in bondage a erime ac cursed of God and of man. '. Worse, far worse will be Coolie slavery In New England than Negro slavery in the South. In the South, when the slave was sic,J or ;old, or otherwise unable; to toil for his living, the law compelled the rn aster to support him, and to provide for his wants. In addition to this, the public opinion of the South held that slave own er to be the meanest and the most displica- ble of men who would let bis servants suf fer in age or in sickness. " These Chinese, coolies are- hired ( ?) at a price so low that a rat could scarcely live on the amount, the money would bring. Tliey are furiiishieS by contractors In Chi na, just as the slaves were furnished by the dealers on the African coast , to the New England vessels engaged in the slave trade; For-his'services thecpn tractor gets' the li on's share of the pay. - The Coolies are then shipped,' jfcd the , United' ;States, , are hired out at a few cents per day, and when old, or sick pr broken , do wnuthey are turned HoosewtthTrone toes re for thera -th mas ters being at Aft ccC'iQe .u$slis'taace Ignorant, of .the law arid of the reairice for labor, llvip g on rice,and rata and other vermiri, they, are kept in utter ignorance of of all things except the work they have to. perform, and; are i much .slaves to . their mul owner masters as it they .belonged to them body and soul. . : "As." slaves they are the most profitable to. the owners, because, in-utter Ignorance of their' rights, this slavery id made the most abject by the heartless scoundrels who Im port them no care being taken of them in sickness or in age, tor it costs less to get a pew slave than to cure an bid one. " -1 . Such' is the slavery New Eu eland era are now introducing on the plantations, of which they have robbed their owners in the South..u0l: is the slavery about to be introduced into .the factories of New Eng land,' for the purpose of dispossessing the white laborer now employed there. . ; To protect American industry, .the West is laid under contribution to the lordly mill owners ju New England, that, like Mr. Chase's son-in-law, Sfraoue, of Rhode Is land, they may count their wealth by the tens of 'millions. To abolish slavery, the war was waged for years, at a cost of thou sands of millions of treasure and hundreds of thousands of lives. The result is, a dis membered Republic Coolie slavery intro duced where slavery has not existed for half a century before, and the white laborer forced to compete with the Chinese Coolies, who can exist upon food upon which a dog would starve. "They Love the Treason but Despise the Traitors." A letter from Guernsey county, under date of the 7th instant, says ,. 1 - "The Democracy' will give a good ac count in this county. Both Tickets Dem ocratic and. Negro Suffrage have been nominated. Dr. Tom Clark, personally an excellent fellow, ,who . represented the county in the last 'Legislature, was badly treated yesterday in the house of .his friends. The Convention unceremoniously cast him -off for havug voted for and against . the Negro Suffrage. Amendment. They were determined to have no one of wnom they nan any aouots on mat ques tion. The Doctor wanted an endorsement badly, but could not get it. On the first oallot uiarK got out eleven votes to lortv- five for Anderson, who was nominated. He is at best but a gas-bag, but eoes the entire JNigger." As it was with Clark, of Guernsey, who, against bis wishes, was dragooned into voting for Negro Suffrage, so. it was with Myers, of, Darke,"iWiLES and Shipley, of Muskingum, Pattox, of Belmont, and others who first opposed the Negro Suffrage Resolution and then voted for it, to save the party. All are thrown overboard, and refused a renominatlon. They were urged to rote the negro just as good as the white to serve the party, and this done, the party refused to save them from the contempt ther-merited by -civing them an indorse ment.- They love the treason, but despised the traitors. ... . Besides punishment for once refusing to believe the negro not as good a judge ot general matters as the white; there was another reason that impelled the Abolition nominating Conventions to set these mem bers aside. Congress this fall will pass a resolution to amend the Constitution of the United States, so that, if concurred in by the Legislatures of a sufficient number of States, negty suffrage will be extended to every State. The party leaders favoring negro suffrage will allow no man to be a candidate for the Legislature that they are not certain will vote,' if elected, to make negro voting the rule, as it now is In Ten nessee, and white voting the exception. To this, and to the contempt they naturally feel for men who will not bow down to the negro, Is the refusal to re-nominate these once recusant members to be attributed. ' - The Squandering of the Agricultural College Fund. of immens tracts of Gov ernment lands to the different States,, by act or congress, as a fund to. endow Agri cultural Colleges, was accepted by Ohio, and the scrip issued by Goverment, receiv able in payment of "Congress land," at the different Land offices where Government laud was advertised to be sold, passed into- the bands of our State officials.' This scrip caTTedfbr land "Bever sold for less than' one dollar, and twenty-five cents per acre.., . -. Mr. Godman, Auditor of State, Mr. War nkrv Treasurer 'ot State . (both candidates for re-election), with Mr. Smith, Secretary of State, acting as a Board of Commission ers for the sale of the land scrip issued to the State of Ohio, made sale of 12,800 acres at eighty cents per acre, 13,700 acres at seventy-five cents per acre, 320 acres at fifty-rslx.cents per acre, and 27,200 at fifty five cents per acre In all 64,080 acres for $35,690.20. The remainder of this land, 3,599 pieces, each including one-quarter section of 160 acres,, and in the aggregate amounting to five hundred arid seventy five thousand eight .hundred and forty acres, the State officers bargaiued with one Glea80N F. Lewis, a broker doing a small business In Cleveland, " to ' take off thelry hands , at fifty-three . ' cents . per acre, its purchase money to be paid in instalments.- First Lewis had one month before be paid a single cent ; and in that' time if he could not find sale for the land.. at a largely advanced price, he was not ob liged to take a single acre. If he found, as no doubt he did, that he could sell the land for one dollar to' one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, and would deposit $5,000 with the Treasurer, as security, he could have another month to perfect his plans be fore' he "paid' -for 'an- acre. ' But all this time the State was bound not to sell. a sin gle acre f this land to any one else, for Lewis and his associates bad a pre-emption right to tho whole.',,;. ; ,.'.' . .- '" This Mr. Lewis, it is . notorious in the region where he resides, was not responsi ble for to large an undertaking. His name alone appears In the contract, and there must be. others .behind him, who have a share In the profits. He is a small broker, residing in Cleveland, and no man in that community would deem his paper for . five thousand -dollars worth its face; and yet,' the Commissioners, acting for the State, gave him one month's refusal of 575,840 acres of landthe State being bound . to give him the land If he wanted it, while he was not at all bound to take it, unless he could make a good thing but of it. If he made his election to take it, he could do so In detached parcels, the purchase money for the whole tract being but $305,195.20, lor land worth, at the lowest estimate, be tween six and seven " hundred thousand dollars. ' ' ' ; ,y ..'.. ; .; These facts are gleaned from the report ot -the Governor to the Legislature, under date of Deceinber 10, 1866,. and bv which it appears tbat. this man, Lewis, at the time the. report' Was made, owed the State $112324. . ;; !' -; '.. That ia the purchase Lewis had part ners, is known from the fact that his 'credit was riot sufficient . to realize the amount necessary .to carry so large - a, transac tion... Who .these partners were is" not known, but the presumption, is. that they, must'have been the especial, friends of the Commissioners, or the ' interests" of the State would not have been so wilfully sac riflced.. The selling of over one half mil lion, "acres of Government land 'at fitty three cents per acre, when the Govern ment itself sells similar land for . $1.25 per acre, requires no great stretch of imagina tion to arrive- at the conclusion that the Agricultural . College .Fund has , riot,- and will not, realize the amount that Congress supposed would be 'sufficient to put it into successful operation. .. ' - The fabled Midas bad the power to. turn ; every thing hetoucnea into goia. ' xne Abolition State officers seem to turn every thing .they touch' belonging to the State ! into a directloS3 to ;the people. 1 If ever a State was cursed with inefficient financial officers, Ohio, unfort unately Is in that predlca.mehU . .v! ... ' 'f, - " The Journal and Statesman on Circulation. The Journal has procured some of lis at taches to write a communication pretend ing to give the circulation of the Daily Statesman on the 2d and 3d . instant, and argues therefrom that Its circulation Is not as great as that of the soon to be squelched organof Negro Suffrage. The writer says he does not know what the Statesman means by "aggregate" circulation of Its different editions. . This is no doubt true, and there are many other things of which the writer is equally Ign orarifrVall that he does not know. If collected and printed, would form library so large and extensive that no building in the world would be large enough to "hold it.". 'f -': .:r The Jonrnal has refused to compare its circulation with that of The Statesman by the oath of the pressmen of the two of fices. We will ' give the editor anotner chance to have the' matter set right. The Statesman. is printed on the press oi Messrs Nsvtss Myers. The latter is a Republican, and his books show every sheet of paper his press prints for us. ; We will get his statement for any seven days the Journal may select, verified by the cer tificate of Mr. Myers and the oath of the pressman the Journal to get the certificate of Its book-keeper, verified by the oath of its pressman for the same week, the result to be published In both papers. This done, we propose to prove by it : . 1st.1 The' circulation of The Daily Statesman is much greater than that ' of the Journal. 2d. '" That the Tri-weekly circulation of The' Statesman is more than double ; and, 3d.. That the Weekly edition of The Statesman is more than 'six times that of the Negro Suffrage organ in this city, known as the weakly Ohio State J ournaU 4th. That the aggregate circulation ol Thb Ohio Statesman, Dally, Tri-weekly and Weekly, is greater by many thousands than that of the J ovrnal. If the Journal proprietor can bring his courage to the sticking place, and we do not prove each and every one of our asser tions true, then we will agree to any rea sonable demand General Comly may make upon us. -' . -'. ; . Falling to accept thl proposition, we will brand whomsoever says that the J ournal in circulation approximates to that of the Statesman, as a silly lying knave, who does not know what he is talking about. Cold Comfort for other Aspirants. "The Newark American,' Radical, is enam--ored of Ben. Wade and his Agrarian doc- trines. In noticing the Radical Senatorial Convention, soon to be held, it says : ' ' ' : " We have a word of counsel to offer the delegates. Vote for no man who is not un- ! equivocally in favor of Ben. Wade being his own successor. . The defeat of the' old hero would be a national calamity. This , is no time to trade horses. Let your vote in convention, be indirectly cast for Ben. ' Wade." The above comes to cheer Mr. Wade just as the Cleveland Abolition sheets, disgusted with the man, are repudiating him. The American may make its mind easy. The candidate for Senator in - Licking and Delaware, nominated by a Negro Suffrage Convention',' will have no vote to give for United States Senator. The Democracy have Ch'oseri , Lewis Evans, of Newark, to cast their vote, and it will not be given to. any Nesrp Suffrage Agrarian. ' . The Union Pacific Railroad Open 425 Miles. A few weeks since we noticed the open ing of the Union Pacific Railroad to Juies- burg, 377 miles west of Omaha, and tome- time this week we expect to report Its completion to Crow Creek, a point 48 milt s further west, making a total of 425 miles. Fifty miles of track In addition are graded ready for the iron, and there is no doubt of the completion of the road to the base 01 the Rocky Mountains early in tae; Fall. The Company are confident that the whole line to the Pacific will be open for business In 1870. The Indians have annoyed the surveying parties and tie-cutters, who are many hundred miles in .advance of the work ; but they have a wholesome fear of the population tbat a railroad carries with it, and all trains rnn without interruption The business of the Company has been most flattering. The earnings for the quarter ending August 1st, were about $700,000; but as the report for the last week In July .has not been received, the exact fraction cannot be given. These earnings accrued from Operating an aver- age of not more than 350 miles of road, and after deducting operating expenses, the balance is far in excess of the Interest ob ligations of the Company on the amount oi bonds they can issue on that distance. If) should be remembered that this result is from a vxxy business alone, through a new country, and Is not to be .compared with the. vast through business that must follow the opening' of the whole line to the Pa cific. The success of the enterprise seems to be thoroughly assured, and we can see no reason why the. First Mortgage Bonds are hot entitled to rank among the best se curities. ' The daily sales are now so large, that the Company already, entertain the idea of advancing the price. . .? ' A Few Plain Questions for Radicals. " . .. i ,-r call'. ..:-'' .-i '.'.-, . Is suffrage a natural right?., . .-. If so,: to. wham does it nataurlly be long? .,.:!, ',...','.:'. .',.:-. Is there any difference between political and social equality ? -r :: , : ; Are you in favor of equality ? , , If so. are you as good as a negro ? ' And If you are, how long do yon expect to remain so. r . . Did you not always claim heretofore that you were better than a negro? Now, it by progression he has become your equal by the same process will he not be your supe rior by this time next year? ...' ' Is the ' real difference between a negro and a white man traceable to natural or artificial causes ? Do you love Sambo? Do you love Dinah ? Or Is all this show of affection merely for partisan ? Democratic Nomination. Hon. S. F. Dowdnby,: the able Senator from the Brown and Clermont district, wa nominated for re-election by the Demo cratic Senatorial Convention which met at Bethel on Saturday last. Judge Dowdney made an excellent Senator, and is a gen tleman of enlarged experience, and as good a.Democrat as' is to be found anywhere. From the St. Clairsville Gazette we learn tbat Mr. James B. Jamison,- of Harrison county, was unanimously nominated at Flushing as. the Democratic nominee for Senator In that district., Mr. Jamison is an excellent man, and by a determined ef fort on the part of the Democracy, he can be elected. Wm. Estep, Esq-, of Cadiz. made a telling speech at the close of the Convention.' , .-,, ' . . JonN L. Winnell, of Darke county, was nominated at a Democratic Senatorial Con vention which met at Piqua on Thursday, as the candidate for Senator, in the District composed ot Darke, Miami and Shelby; with a fair chance of an election.' It is a good selection and if a successful one, the nominee will make an excellent Senator. We Can Pay It—Of Course We Can. The Journal, in referring to the Cincin nati Enquirer's proposition to redeem - the Government Bonds with Greenbacks, says; ''The Enauirer also advor-ates" the- issu ance ot something near $450,000,000,000,- u00.O00,Tjeo.000,000,000XX).12 in currency Thurmanese. 'rags" Dy- tne .National Government." -; . 1 . This is the modest little sum, according to the Journal, thathas to be wrung from the people for exempted Bondholders; aud If the Government remains in the hands of the Radicals a few years longer, the amount stated is not tar from' correict. The Journal's main dependence for relief from excessive taxation is Negro Congress men and Legislators. "Dem gray-eyed white fellers don't knownoffin." 1 Cheering. A Democrat living in a township of a county in the southern part of the State, writes : -.. 1 "I think there are seventy-five Republi cans who won't go the Amendment, and fifty who will vote the Democratic ticket. A Glorious Awakening. A gentleman, In a letter Inclosing us a dub of subscribers, under date West Mil ton, Miami county, Ohio, August 8, says : "There Is an awakening up here that Is simply glorions.n "The boasting of The Statesman as to its circulation has not disturbed our equa nimity in the least, and we have not thought it necessary to enter into compar ison.' Journal. The reason why you have "not thought it necessary to enter into comparison" is the knowledge that you will be badly bea ten. That's what's the matter! - If our neighbor's equanimity is not dis turbed, it is because he lost his temper when first we broached the subject of com parison, and has never since recoveed it. "There was a neculiar fitness in the se lection ot the town ot Waverly for Judge Thurman's first speech as the Democratic candidate for Governor." Ohio Statesman. 'Did this arise from the historical fact that the last Democratic meeting assembled at that place took flight un-iccountibly at the approach ot Jonn morgan's cavalry t" —Commercial. The editor that paid two dollars for the privilege of secreting himself in an obscure cellar, when it was reported that Morgan was advancing upon Cincinnati, ought to know. The Democratic proposition to pay off the United States - bonds in greenbacks, is raising the Devil in the Democratic ranks. J ournal. The Devil don't belong to the Democrat ic party since he turned Radical and was kicked out of Heaven for e ndeavoring to take upon himself undue authority. He and Thad. Stevens aTe both Radical?, and the Journal, until it is superceded, is the Radical organ. V . The. Wyandot Union says: i'"A young man by the name of Conrad Hoss, former ly a member of the 123d Ohio regiment, while assisting in operating a threshing machine, on a farm a short distance north of Upper Sandusky, had his hand and arm so horribly mangled, by being caught in some of the cogs, as to make amputation necessary. A man, whose name we did not learn, was run; over and killed by a train ot cars this side of Johnstown, on last Sat urday afternoon. He was lying upon the trfick, and was not observed by the engi neer until too late to stop the train." The limes says the books In the New York Metropolitan Library are so filthy tbat as a sanitary precaution they ought to be fumigated. ' DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS FOR AUGUST. A CORRECTED LIST. DEM. STATE EX. COMMITTEE ROOMS. Columbus, O., Aug. 5, 1867. revised and care fully corrected the list of Democratic Mass Meetings heretofore announced for August, submit the following as this corrected list, and respectfully ask the Chairmen of Dem ocratic County Central Committees and the editors of Democratic county 'papers to look over the list and ascertain whether the time and the speakers they have an nounced for their meetings conform to this list, and if they do not to make them con form thereto : ' ' . NEW PHILADELPHIA, TnTOarawan oounty. Sat nrday. At gnt Wth, Hon. B. P. Ranney and Col. Ueor.-e W. McCook. WcARTHrJR. Vinton eohntr. Saturday ' Angot loth. Hon. Allen (i. Tbarman and Hon. John H. Pstnam. LOGAN, Hockine -connty, llonda. A naniit 12th, Hon. Atlon G. Thurman and Hoo.P. Vq Tramp. COSH';TON, Coshocton county. Monday, August 12th, Hon. K. P. R inner ani Gen. George W. : Morgan. . - NKWARK. LicMnceosntT, Tuesday, Angast 13th, xi.in. x-. x-. xvannej una jonormi ueorge . wor ffan. - . ZA KESVTT.t.li!' Un,V(n.nTn onnnt. TlrJ August 14th. Hon. U. P. Ranney and -Generai George W. Morgan. , ,-.-- .-- LANCASTER. Fairfield oounty; Wednesday. Aug. and WiHiam E. i-'inok NKW LEXINGTON, r 15th, Hons. AUen j and William K. F. dar. Ant, r.'.i J. Jewett CAMBRIDGE. Guernsey eonntv, Thursday. August i-un. none, rv f. uanney, Jo tin t. PoUett and William Lawrence. . LIMA, Allen county. Thursday. August 15th. Hods. George H. Pendleton, Frank H. Hurd and William Mungen. - PL AINVILLE. Hamilton county, Thursday, A ngutc join, non. v,. u. v auannunam. ' Hrn. George H. Pendleton) Frank' H. Hurd and" w miam iuungeu. I REMONT, Sandusky countr, Saturday, Aoeu't I7tf 0e.org H. Pendleton, Frank H. flurd. ana w mam Mungeru STEUBEIf VILT.E. Jefferson enntr. Satnrder. August 17th, Hons. R. P. Ranney and H. J. Jewett. CALDWELL. Nobli eountr. Tuesday. Aug. SOth. Hou. D. H. U hi, Hon. J. R. Morrii and E. B. Esh elinan. McOONNELSVILLE, Morgan county, "Wednesday Aug lUt. Hon. DtS. Uhl, Hon. R. Morris and E. B. Kshehnan. NAPOLEON. Henry county. Wednesday. Aur.JIst, Hon. George H. Pendleton and Hon. L. B.Critch- neia, DJUWAEE, Delawa-e county, Tuesday Aug. aau. l . van irump ana lion, frank xl Hurd. ,( T VUTT.T T T. , T . ' hiaivi ijjijc, i;nion county, wednesray, Aug. S 1st. Hon. P. Van Trump and Hon. Frank H. Hurd. , : DE KIANCE, De9me eounty, fhursday, Aug. MdJ . iiuub. uwfgfl n. renaieion ana ii. xi. untuneld: GREENVILLE. Darkeaounty, Tbursdiiy. Aug.SJU Hone, Allen G. Tburman and rank H. Hurd. BELLkFONTAINE Logan county, Thursday, Aug. ?ad, Hon. P. Van Trump and Hon. Jr. V. iuo- xvianey. WASHINGTON, Fayette county, Friday, Aug. J3d Hon. D. 8. Uhl and EJ;' Eshelman. - PIQUA, Miami county, Friday. An. 23i. Hons. Aiiea t. xuurman ana rranK xl. nurd. SIDNEY. Shslby county, Saturday: Ang Mtb - non. Alien u. x. h'jrman and Frank H. Hard CIRCLEVILLE Pickaway count , Saturday (hyening), Aug. S4th. Hon. D. S. Uhl and JS.B. ,Bneiaiaa BUCTRUS. Crawford oonntv CttnrA In. aith Hons. George H. Pendleton and L. R. C'ritclx- neia COLUMBUS. Satnrday (Evening). Aug.Mtb, Hon. C Ii. Vallandigham. . WAPAKONETTA. AuglaiMcounty.Monrlay, Aug. ioui, xxona. Alien u. ioarm&n and Frank H, nurd. CEL1NA, Mercer oounty, Tuesday, Aug.STtb, Hons. Allen U. 1 hurman and Frank H, Hurd HATSVILLE, Ashland eounty. Saturday, Aurl Xl 1 : n. V - um' "0". x. x-. xunney ana A, M. Ja kson. MORROW, Warren eeunty.' Saturday; Aug. 31st xiuus. ueo. u. x-endieipn and Alien u. icurman - In a few days we shall publish a revised listof meetings for September. '';. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman. E. B. ESHELMAN, Sec'y. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. op Stathsm aw FIaajm, uiiimtw. my friends and the public tbat 1 am a candidate for re-eleoLion to the offioe of Justice of the Peace, at WM. L. HEYL. New Advertisements TO BUSINESS MEN. The" Journal refuses o compare circnlations with The Ohio Staies- an, jVnowlmsr, as Its Proprietors do, that it would be badly beaten Of this tact, . advertisers having due notfct will govern themselves accordingly. Paving Notice. To allwAom it may concern : , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. COL17SBC8, O.. Aug. . 18U7.J Notice is hereby given, that proceedings hare been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making tne touowing improvements, to wit : Survey Herrv street f run. High street to the canal and report to the Uounoil a proper grade. a lso, to grade North street from Water street to We't street, Also, for gridingand paving the nnpaved side walks, gutters and en. stings on Washington ave nue between Long and Broad streets. Also, of the cost and exoense of filling up with earth lot No. 1 of MoElvane's subdivision of out lot No. 35, situated on Friend street between Sev enth street and Washington avenue, acorn-dins to a resolution parsed by the Council Julv 8th. 186T. - The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil xCngi neor, and filed in the office of the City Clerk., All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their oiaims in tne omoe or me ierK,- in writing, on or before the Twenty-first day of September. A. 1). 1667. , ' ' ' L. E.'WILSON, ' augip-dltawtw . City Clerk. ; Sherin's Sale. ' . ! ' ' John W. Elliott ; ) Court of Common Plea vs i . of Franklin county, William Littleton et al.J ' : Ohio. IN PtlBStlANCK OF AN OK OKI OF A, sale from said Court to me directed in the above stated case, I will offer for sale at public auo tion, at the door ol the Court House, in the city of olumDus, on Saturday, the 14th dav of September, A.D. 1867, -. - r at S o'clock P. M., the following described real es tate, to-wit: In-lot number forty-two (43), situate in the town ship of Prairie an i in the town of Alton, F'ranklin county. Ohio. Appraised at 2S0. Printer's feei6.0O. Aug. 10. 18U7. WM. DOMIGAN, auglO-dltAwtd Sheriff. OFFICE OHIO PENITENTIARY, Columbus, O, Aug. 9th, 1SG7. ) SEALED PROPOSALS WILL. KG RE. ceived at this offioe until 4 o'clock P. M., ITlonday, September 2d. 1867 for the labor of about SO OONVICTS. All bids must be made in compliance wi h the law passed April 1st, 1S67. "To regulate and govern the Ohio Penitentiary." Proposals will be endorsed "Proposals for Convict Labor," addressed to CHAS. C. WALCUTT. aug9-dlw - Warden. VALUABLE FARMING LANDS FOR SAJL.E AT AUCTION. : Kf( ACRFSOFTHBTRABIIEFtHin, OUU throe miles north of Columbus. on the Sci oto river, in subdivisions of from SO to100 acres, will be offered at public auction on the premi es, WEDN KSDA Y. SEPTEMBER 4, 18S7, at 10 A. M. The soil of all tbe.e lands ia of the best quality; portions are very valuable by reason of the timber and stone quarries thereon. At thesame time ill be so'd a two-thirds interest in 81 acres known as the "Trabue Stone Quarry Reservation." Also, U0 acres of growing corn. Terms of Sale of Real Estate One-third in hand, one-third in one and one-third in two years, with annual interest. .... Persons desiring rieh garden lands will find it to their interest to attend this sale. Mr. Trabue, on the premises, will show the lands to any one who m y desire to look at them. UR9-dtd : : WM. JAMISON. FOR JRENT. , THE FOURTH STOBT- W THE Buckeye Corner. Apply to ' ' ''! iytO-dUT . 8. W. AHDREW8. . the IliO PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. THEIR FIRST- MORTGAGE- BOXDS an investment. The rapid progress of the Union Paoifia Railroad, now buildiDg west from Omaha. Nebraska, and forming, with its western oonnee ions, aa nnbnok en line across the eontinen. attracts attention te the vain of the First Mortgage Bonds which the Com pany now offer to the public' The first question asked by prudent Investors is, "Are these bonds secure?" Next, "Are they a profitable invest ment?" To reply-in brief : f - : 1st. The early completion of the whole great line to the Pacific is as certain as any future business event can be. The Government grant of over twen ty million acres of land and fifty million dollar in its own bonds practically guarantees it. One fourth of the work is already done, and the track oontin. ues to be laid at the rate of two miles a day. . Sd. The Union Paoifia Railroad bonds are issued npon what promises to be one of the most profita ble lines -of railroad ia the country.- For many years it must be the only line connecting the At lantic and Pacific; and being without competition, it can maintain remunerative rates. , '." 31. 435 miles of this road are finished, and fully equipped with.uepots, locomotives, ears, Ao.,asd two trains are daily running each way. ' The mate rials for the remaining 93 mil at to the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains are on 1 ami, and it is un der contract to be Jooe in September. 4th. The net earnings of the sections already fin ished are several itmea greater th'ui the gold inter tstupon the Fir.V Mortxcige Honds upon such seo tions, sad if not another mile t tie road were built, the part aire ady, completed would not only pay interest and expenses, but be profitable to the Company. ...... . 6th. The Union Pacific Railroad bonds can be is sued only as the road progresses, and therefore can never be in the market unless they represent a bond Ads property. ' ,' - : 6th." Their amount is strictly lis ited by law to a sum equal te what Is granted by the U. S. Govern ment, and for which it takes a setms lien as its se curity. This amount upon the first 617 miles west from Omaha is only $16,000 per mile. " ' - 7th. The fact that the U. S. Government consid ers a second lien npon the road a good investment; and that some of the shrewdest railroad builders of the country have already paid in five million dol lars upon the stock (which is rothem a tuird lien), mav well inspire confidence in a first lien. . 8th. Although it is not claimed tbat the. e can be any better securities than Governments, there are parties who consider a first nior gag) npon snch a property as this the very Lest security in the world, and who sell their Governments to re-invest in these bonds thus securing a gr ater interest. 8th. As the Union Pacific Railroad bonds are of fered for the present at M cents on the dollar and accrued interest, they are the cheapest security in the markel; being more than 15 per cent, less than U. S. Stocks. ' . - - 10th. ,At the current rate of premium, on gold tiey pay . .. . . . , ,. , Over Nine ' per Cent. Interest. ' The rfaily subscriptions are already large, and t' ey will oontinue to be received in New York by the .: : -1 . : i , Continental national Bank, No 7 Hassan 8k, -Clark, Dodge ft Co. Bankers, SI Wall St. . JohnJ. Cisco 8on, Eankers,Ho,33 Wall Dr., AND BT EI0KLT & BE0 Cobmbtis, Ohio, And brBANKS and BANKERS generally through out the United States, of whom Maps and Descrip tive Pamphlets may be obtained. Ther will also be sent by mail fiom 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 safe delivery of the bonds. . , ',' JOHN J CISCO, Treasurer, , . ...... NjCW OBK. . may30-daw3m-anllMns Paving Notice. SPECIAL NOTICES. ; ' BANKINO HOUSE OF , JAY COOIE & CO. - NO. 20 WALL STREET. j Cor. of Kattait Street, ' ' i'SW YOBS. . We buy ani sell at the most liberal current prices, and keep on band a full supply of GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES. SEVEN-THIRTIES and COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES, and exe cute orders for purchase and sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD. ..j. vti,' .. CONVERSIONS. -. . '. ' We convert the several issues of Skvin-Thir ties at the most favorable market rates into Five TwintIes, which, at present price of gold, yield the holder abodt one per cent, more interest per annum. Circulars with full particulars famished upon application. JAY COOKE tt CO. inayl-dAwiy . . -f- ..: . i - ;r HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT ' ' BUOHU Is a certain cure for diseases of the " BLADDER. KIDNEYS, GRAVEL. DROPSY ORGANIC WEAKNESS. FEMALE COM :v PLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILILY - and all diseases of the ' 1 URINARY ORGANS ' whether existing in ... , MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever cause originating and no matter of ! - HOW liONU STANDING. Diseases of these organs require the use : a diuretic- . , If no treatment is submitted to Cons nmntion or Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are supported from these sources, and the HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. '. .' '.' and ' ' ' that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use o '-' reliable remedy. , -. 1 . HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHU : -i 4 -i Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by - . - 11. t. iiEX.ranoii, DRUGGIST. ; B!4 Broadway. New York, and lot South loth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' feMt-dly WHAT EVERY ONE WANTS. A good, reliable medicine that will be on band when required, and never fails when called on. That is now to be obtained in Dr. Tobias' Celebrat ed Venetian Liniment. Many thousands call it the wonder of the age, as it does all that is represented and more. It cure Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Spasms, Vomiting, Croup and Sea Sickness as surely as it is used, and is perfeoUy innocent to take internally, even in double the quantify named in the directions; and as an external remedy for Chronio Rhenmat am. Cuts, Bruises. Old Sores, Mumps,' Toothache, Headaohe, Sor Throat, Sprains, Insect Stings, Pains in the Bick, Chest and limb', thousands have testified, to, and their certificates can be seen by any one at the Doctor's Depot, 68 Cortlandt street, New York. Hundreds of physicians use it in their praotice. ' It has been introduced since 1847, and hundreds who now have it in their houses, say they would not be without it even if it was tlOper bottle. Every drop is mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, and oan be depended on. Only 50 cents and SI per bottle. Sold by Druggists'. Depot, 5 dortlandt street, New York. .' aus7-d4wlm -A YOUNG LADY returning to her conntry home, after a sojourn of a few months in tbe City, was hardly recognised by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had a soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to tbe cause of so great a change, she plainly told them tbat she used the Clrcasalsn Balm, 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, aa Nature herself is simple, yet unsur passed in its efficacy in drawing impurities from, also healing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and complexion. By its direct action on the entiele it draws from it all its impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended it should be, dear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price CI. sent by Mail or Expression receipt of an order by '"u" ' w. l. tfLARK A CO.. Chemists. No. S West Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y. : . The only Amerioan Agents lor the sale of the tame. . mar2S-dawly - ' ' ,:- '. -. , Free to Everybody. , A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information ot the greatest importance to the young ef 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 sent their Address, and receive a copy poet paid, by re turn mail. - 1 Address P. p. Drawer 81. mart5-dawni : - -,, . Troy. K.T. , B ATCHELQR'S HAIR DYE This splendid Hair Dye is the best ia. the world. The only true and i perfect Dye Harmless, Reliable. -Instantaneous. No disappointment. - No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of Bad Dyee. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuiD is sinn ed William A. BatcJieler. All others are' -re imi tatiocs, and should be avoided. Sold by lDrug gists and Perfumers. Factory, Bl Barer street New York. i.. deoio-dAwly u . onurnoriBTBirBBI'W SieUlCS science dunnt the-aiow. tm years only t kes it pawibls tor the eonseentiou Physician 4ienjiT,ibtCoKVMr: Ii?. x5L O'WAlKl.TOuaso as Mt.rmit W'SMfiMtM OUTAINLV VBKVBM. '"'" .'K-Xe.VMaUi 1,'Jm, M.D. tia Js aW) f - . , n . rt KING rS'Z.C-.. PEEPAEED PEESCBIPTIOS - MADBSSOH TBSrS SJUIIW Of -.-m Rev. CHARLES S; KIKG, H . S u, jfj " rOt TSrRtTSTtTtOWlKD CUBS f i CON M TT m t rr-'X o otv IN ITS MOST ADVANCED STAGES). For the Radical Cure of ASTHMA. BRONCHTT S. CATAKKH, and all affections ef toe iVUNSS t TrfROAf.and AlR PASSAGES; for "elw i? Special DerangemenUtf the NERVOUS SYSTEM lor JHeorden of. the KLOOl); sad for all JuueUen al IHeordere ot the Slnmack and Bowie. 1, immediately increases the etrenatkvni deepen the color ot the pale blood. It subdues the Ckille and er. and diminishos the itnpecloratton. it ohect tbenigU iteeate, always, in from eewen to fourteen elnye. The appetite is at once invigorated, and the patient rapidly yaixt fiee: the eev;A. and the difficult breathing are speedily relieved; the sleep becomes calm andiefresbiog: the eeaemaUene regular and uniform. ALL THE GENERAL) SYMPTOMS. OF CONSUMPTION. ASTHMaI BROCHlTI. AeplSAPPKAR WITH X REALLY ASl'ONifTHING RAPIDITY. The PRESCRIPTION .should be nsed in every case where the Physician prescribes "Cough Miz TrBK8,""ToKies,'' Ibom, Asjds, King, QumiNav OoDLrvmOiL, WHi8Kr.sto4 and in every diaeaaev by whatsvkr masi known, in which ther ia ex-" hibited any one or more of the foilowing 8 Y M PT M 8 Difficult or Irregular Breathing, toe of Breath Cough. Watting of Jteehf tight Sweats, Bteedtng from tbe Lunge, Loee ot Strength, Loee of Appe tite, General MbiHte, DebiHeyof rv1Hn- Kvreing; ttytng Paine through "the tshouldert; Cheet.Vace or Lim.be, Neuralgia Jfervoue Headache. A'ervoue Proetratinn'Hervoue Irritation, triddl neee or JHemineee, Aecteeive Patentee, Sore Thront, Droweineee, Bteeplieenem - Jtyepepeia, Sour Horn.' aeh,"Jeart Burn,'! Opprteeiun Jointing of the Stomach before br after eating, Cbnetipation, Xe mittewt lever, 4e.-tka., ani taPSSiALLr rnajl A maie IHeordere or Vterine Jrregularitie. such.aa Difficult, Patnfuf, Suppreeied, Scanty, Meceeeiee Delayed, Prematura, or tee frequent M'netruatien Statements f rom Paatlenta, Ac. "Your Pr'esoriptMa eared say daughter's life, and has saved me hundreds of dollars." iter. E. Hsm rBBETS.Remsen.N. Y- "We bless God for the benefit we bar received tn your Prepared- IVeseiTptien J'httt V. Paso ORINE, Blossburg, Penn. - 7 ' -'Every one to whom I bare recommended it baa benefitteasmach by its use."--Rev. 0. D. Jomsb, Ra cine, Wis. - Bible House, Astob Place, N.Y.Ia the early part of February. 1865. I was. suffering from a vi, plenteougb, fur which I bad been treated during six months previously without benefit. I had IHght' Sweat which completely prostrated' roe. In the evening, hoaraeaeee wonld eeme on. which would f revent me from speaking above a whisper. I bad hen had two attacks of bleeding from the lungs My Family Physician assured me tbat he could do' no more for me. : I was growing japidly worse, antr had been compelled to leave businessfor nearly two, months. All my symotoms indicated, anmistaka-' bly.the presence of CONSUMPTION. In tbe be ginning of February, Mr. Hehkt Fibber, Treae urer of the American Bible Society, presented me with abottleof the PkEPARED PRESCRIPTION. In a few days, my appetite (which 1 had entirely lost), returned; within a week, my ooueh had almost left me: and in less than two weeks the Wight Swear were broken up. Thenceforward I regained strengt , rapidly, and am no regularlv attending to my du ' ties as clerk to the AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY in whose employment 1 have been nine yean, l arjpr now enjoying good health.' Your PRESCRIPTION effected a CURE, when my friends despaired of my. recovery. THOS. J. CONGER. - "1 have had Nervous on Spasmodic Asthma tat eleven years. Daring the last six ea'S I have nev er bad an uninterrupted night's rest. Itoften seem ed to me that I would die before I could get air into ray lungs. 1 suffered so greatly from 'shortness of breath,' that 1 was eompelled to take frequent rest in walking from my residence t my place of busi ness. ' The night before I obtaired the 'PREPARED1 PRESCRIPTION,' wt tbe verst I ever passed. On obtaining the n-medy, I took s teaspoonful at noen and again at night, and slept all nient without waking, i have not pad a bboksn night's best' since, r . . 1 have now completely recovered my strength and spirits, and am not at all afflicted with 'shortness of breath.' I shall be glad to have anv one afflicted with Asthma call and see me. EZKA C.LANGDON. No. S34 Fourth Su.N, V." Tbe "FRKPARrJD PRESCRIPTION" is put BP in a $1 bottle, and is sold by Retail by all Druggists in Columbus, and by Druggists generally, or orders may be addressed te the Soie Proprietors. OSC A K G4 MOSES A CO.. 27 Cortlandt St., N. Y. Consulta tion free. A CircUl r, containing rAUTIGULABR 0 H ant casks sucees fatly treated, will be sent free; by mail, to all who will write for it. - Sold Wholesale and Retail by 8. E. SAMUEL CO. ,. septS-dAweowly AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS ? A HE THB MOST perfect pnrarativo we are able to produce, audits we think, has ever yet been made by anybody. Their effects have abundantly shown to the community how much they excel the other medicines in use. They are pleasant and safe touthe.out powerful to cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood, and expel disease. Tbey purge out thefoul humors which or ed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, and impart tone and strength to the whole-system. Not only du they cure tbe every day complaints ef everybody, but formidable aud dan- ?erous diseases. While tbey produce powerful ef ects, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the safest and best physio that can be em ployed for ohildren. Being sugar-coated, tbey are pleasant ttake: and. being purely vegetable, are entirely harmless. Cures nave been made that would surpass belief, were tbey not substantiated by men of such exalted character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. ' Many eminent clergymen and physicians eertif.v to tne- public tbe reliability of our remedies, while others have sent us tbe as surance of their conviction that our Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of our afflicted fellow-men.., ,j i .. 1. :;:, ;r , ; . - .. ' . The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis our American Almanac, containing directions for the use of these medicines and certificates of their oures of tbe following oompjainte : - .; Costiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism. Dropsy. Heartburn, Headache arising from foul stomach. Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom. Flatulency Loss of Appetite, all Diseases which require an evaeuant med cine. They also, by purifying th blood and stimulating tne system, eure mans plaints which it would not be uinosed tbey eouldj reach, such as Deafness. Partial Blindness. Neural gia and Nervous Irritability, Derangement of thej Ivverand Kidneys, Gout, and ether kindred disor ders arising from a low state -of tbe bedy, er ob structions of its functions. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with ether preparations oh which they make me e pr- tU Demand Arss'sand take bo other. Tbe sick want tbe best aid there is for them, and they should have it. .. Prepared by D. J.C Ater Co., Lowell, Mass and sold by G. Roberts, Columbus, wholesale and retail, and by all druggists. , .. . '.;. , ' junlO-dtwAwSm . - ... . NOW FOR REVOLUTION. Don't be startled.' " The country's safe. Neverthe less, immediate, instantaneous revolution is im pending. Don't'' '. , BtiAT.TIIE DBIUS, 1 For this is a silent revolution. It is now going on . I ETER1T STATE, . Ino'nding the married state, the single stats; and all states of the human hair which are sot in har mony with beauty. Of whatever undesirable ting woman's ringlet's or nan's looks or whiskers may be. the evil isTemedied instantly by ' ' ; CEISTADORO'S HAIR ",; DYE, Which is harmless as wster. and oerfain to produce a natural black or brown in five minutes. . , . ' Manufactured br J. CRISTADORO. S Maiden Lane, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Ap plied hy alt Hair Dressers. ' '" angt-d&wlnL 1 . - ; .. Know Thy;: D estiny. : ,;; '- ,,-t 11 : . . ' . -'. - -,-; . Madame E. F. Tdobnton. the great English Astrologist, Clairvoyant and Psyohometrician, wh has astonished the icientific slaasas of the Old World, has now located herself; at Hudson, N. Y. Madame 1 horn ton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable her to impart knowi edfe ef the greatest importance to th single or mar ried ef either sex. While In a state of trance, she delineates the very features -, the person yon are to marry, and bythe aid. ef an instrument of in tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guaran tees to produce alife-like picture of the future hus band or wife of tbe applicant, together with data of marriage position in life, leading trai'sof charac ter. Ac. This is no humbae.ss-thousands of testi monials can assert, tone will send when desired s certified certificate, or written guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By inclosing s small look of bair.and stating olaee nt birth. . disposition and complexion.and. inclosing fifty cent aud stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yom will receive the picture and desired information by return mail. '-All communications sacredly confi dential. 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