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U novum, men t M ItMl t tw1 , txvw.tr a. aa that it mummm ma powers hat Yaon a are ex.prbwl'.. or.br necessary amplteatio,delegated,to it ia taederl Constim tion ttit -Ltr, power.. are. reserved, to. the States, us -the peplej that strict opastroetion of toe.CpusUtutioa p jnd'spenFable), to the preserve-) tioo of jthe reaerve'l.;rijb.U of -ib states and the peoplAf that, all grants . ef to Uovernmeut, whether Stale, or ;Fe4eTaL, ahonfdJie utrictlT e n-alrdj-bcaMe all och.rmnt abridge to natural tigbu pmau ; Uat tha prervatlQa f the eqaali-i tr. an4 ., tigbu xf .tb.' ,Stata, aad . rictus B V, people .1; Heeeaarjf,, the preerTatiaii ,pf fhBvlJuiun: .(hat the, Federal tJ Terntneat J' auiaLiei .'ia, xexuiauB ior - Wi a . or; ajmjniiter the lieal mdsjt! ot fcliaijlxti ibal it would ha oiunstrom jateL bjf ..'' FelexaJ,,,iCQngre-; .:.iri . which toan aae km t iw4 aeoauira. and tbd ,JNew.i.il ilfiffland piaiea.aiuiai B utut.re&r twelve: that the Leotfeunr of the pulntio". have deral -GoTera' merit is to usarn. .tbA.itt(ierTed-ritfhta .of tha SiatM ad of the people; aad that, therefore, a central ix iin of power in iU haods is an ever pending da k ajer. ' 'that sncn an absorption of powet would, while U laTMf. W !detrrn?tiv w'ttle Hbertiea apd n'mtti ot the people, and wnold end tthfeKn des-potiem-er af denruv-tioa ' the (.' nio; tfcat a Nation al debt, besides impoTerisbing the people, (oaten an naaeiRctesse r, the fjowers of the -Federal io jaaaott ht -hiah protective Tariffs bave a litre effect, acrificina the interes's eftbe many for the ejoluraeete- f AfMr -and plainlr TiolaHns the nU.rM rWofheOiy-'siftalii: t or ItcHnn vrul'iihbvrsement nf ennrnovt reeemte tm Vik T'dmt SooeiiwitXkwn torn UmUmcy, it riip(lf ( eiBnnl, tAat.lKtrttortt Uv ' 4k MurUt ' of .flu." poprtrt .that i 4quat tarnation' e " 1 pti 1 fotrv of ' fut' ties, if hicA nh Government ca aaefy i jrtM'Wy. ' That to each Stmtt belonnn the right- tode'ermine the tialificaKra of iU elector, ard all attempts to imparr thrs-right.Vltber by Cbngreasional legislation r 0-DSJjiutionaI amendrrmnt. are unwise arid dt potici tbat the tebdencof pwerts to rteal from the l tnat ine toaene-m pwern to eai trom tne r t tire few. and. that (herefi re "eternal Tigi. i i the h ice of liberty-. tht the teadeney of mijint is 'tp enlarge Us authority by nsurpa rean-y n lance covers ftion.aiid tHerefnre e-overnmant neerlfl rn fie watohfl.1. vhat an -therof its tendencies is Co govern toe mnch-r niccsrily-and vexstionnly interforint; with the in.iness ano habits tif the people; that the freedom f speech aud of the trea:ia-ea.sential to the exit. nee "f Iriertyr -that no person not in the military or siaval service.' or in the baunda where marti'-l law leeitisnately prevails, can lawfully be deprived of iirp, iioersy or properr-y wiini urarre process ot civn lawt that the courts should afway he open for the iVdrete of arrievaaceji: that-'rio rxt't f,icto taw ehonld Vie made;' tbat t oe right of the people to pexecanivaeseniDte ana eonsa t npon pnDlie affairs Is inyit-laWe: thit the military should beheld in tine subjection to "the civil power; that white the knsrrty, as presotibed bv the Constitution, bave the r ght to aovern, t! minority have iuriVeasihle tights; and that a -frequent return to first principles is -eMential to the we fare of -the btate and the .tJreioIee"Trat!the States lately ia rebellion are J3ta'esin the Union, and have been Tec-gniied as snch by every department of the gover ment, and Ty President Lincoln. ho, in the midst of the war, Invited them to elect member" ,uf Cohcress ; by f-evident Johnson, 'in various proclamations and tffieial ao-8:(by Consresa "which permitted Andrew J: dnson tosrt in tbe ' enate as a Senator from Tenn essee, ar-a memoen from V irKirii, Tennessee and h -ui?iana to sit in the Uoosa of Representatives af ter theelatea ha 1 seceded. and while thewiurwas D iog cirried on, and which fvrtber recngnised them as States iq the Cnion by the ' Co 'krcssional arpportionment act providing -. for their due representation in Vongre-i; by various taic laws, adeypecially by th direct tax: by the resolutions anbmitting amendments to the Constitution for their approval, and hy, various other acts and resolu tions imparting -thesane recognition; all of which were p-ssel sinoe the attempt -d aecessinn of those ritates, by the Judiciary of the TJBlWd -"rttatep; wRidS holds FederaI"Cours in all thn akatM, .! essaautUy kjb-iAe. Supreme Court, wiiralt. aaiartains jauUdiaudn jaf xaaes com ing frt m them, wuich it could not do were they not iq tbe L.flion, That beiur,Tlioj jpjhe Uniatvxhey hand on an eqnaf footincwith tteir ' sister sta es i-ritates with unequal rights beinra thing unknown o the OonstituMoi ; that; y -the express terms of ne UsnetilucloBi each ata e is entitled to have two Senators and a One portion of Representa-ives in the UoBgress-. and to vote in all e'eetlons of lresi tieet and Vioe-Prwident; that, thoui?i these rights resunjeot w mterruptran oy a state ot civil war, they can sot, id time ef peace, besuspended, mneh ens'. destroyed without a- plain violation -of the Constitution; that Congress has no powerto deorive W ftae of its 'reserved right, and reduce it to a Tern tonaj "condition; that ' therefore the exclusion, fcr ' the ao-ca led Cor-gres, of all represencatioh fron ten .States, the proposed exclusion of those (States,- from alT voice in the next Presiden tial election, t threatened overthrow of their State tiovera ents and the reduction of their States to tbe eondicion of territories, are each and every ne M them unconstitutional, revolatronary and" des potic Bjeasaresy destruotivenot merely of the rights of those State,' but also of the right of every oth r Stale in toe-'TJnien.- That -those measnres are parts of a plan to nullify tbe Constitntion.'virtnally toTenftrow the Slate Governments, to- erect a con solidated degpotism on their ruins: and to establish nd perpetuate a' tyrannical roleof a minoritT over s maj iritv of the American people." That the peo ple canvnt. 'wnnout a toes ot tneir nnemes; pros perity and honor, submit to such a result ; and we, therefore, ia the bone that the warning will be heed fed, and the danger to our situation be neaceablr wverted, io solemnly-1 'Ward-' tbe advocates of tbe plan, teat it will not he submitted o, 3. Beok6d. That Cons ress is not an omninotent law-makingr powers -That the Vooatrtution pro vides fhalTno bill sbalt-become a law without the appruvat of. the- gejdvnt,ti hleas -it has: pa-ised by iw i-.thirda ot eack Huuia of t.onsres-'. That one of the objects of. the'prosent so-called Congress in relndina rotates from reDresentation is to eass bills by worthirdvate which, were all the Siites papraaeated. could novso-paes; audthas to virtually abolish the' constitutional provision aforefa;d. 'I'hat ff thia precedent be acquiesced in. there' wilf be uAbina-.aDaravantav bare-natoniv of -Comrraiist at any time in the future, from nullifying the eonsti- tuuoaal retoot te rresideut anil usurping uuoon troiiei legislative power, by ao exclusion of the uii- nojitv fcum.theixaeaU.. Ibafe the exclusion-ot eveu ia a aingip State, might give tbia control, and a pre text for such an exolosioa would .not be wanting to aui unscrupulous and revolutionary party-. , 4 Hetotvtdr That the pe ple. and espeoially those of the agricultural States, bare suffHradr too long tne exactions ot nign protective tarins, ana as tne Mpreentetivesotaaagriouituraiand laooruig pop- tilauon. wq demaad that their substance shall no loneer be extorted Troia, t em q. fprdor to fill the S. Retolved, That unequal taxation is contrary to tbe first principle of justioe and sound policy, and we call upon our Governments, Federal and Slate, t-aei teceafary tJooatitmjanai. njean to remed 6. Sonnlvtd, That the Radical majority in the so ealled Coneress have Droved themselves to be in favor of Negro Suffrage by forcing it upon the peo ple oi ia Eistnoroi VAiiumoia against ineir a moat aunuBous wish, aoleatoly eioreed at-the polls, by forcing it udoi. theDeocle of all the Territories, arid by their various devices to eoeroe the people of the ftouth toaditpttr; that-aea afa oppoMdto .Jvegro Jttf rtiQe, IxiliitAmj it sdomUI be productivs of evil to ooia v nttte ana vuicKeana uma. to produce a an 'attr&ue covltct ofrcuM. ' ' 1 1i keeelvei J That lor all tbetr efforts to uphold heConatitatioa wa tender to tbe President and to .the msjorit.v of the Judges of the Supreme Court of -tne tJoitea states our nearly tnanas. Republican Platform Adopted June 19, 1867. 1st, one great war that the Aiserk&ui neonle are a nation, and not merely a oonleiiai-acy of. MTareig aud iadepandeat plates. . . . . .. Snd. That onr existence as a nation is based on tiiav great principles aonou need in the Dectaratioa of JlndeDfndenea. vindicapd- fay-tha nmriamntioTi of. emancipation, the constitutional aujendment abol tahina Riaverv: and the suirit ot reoobiican democ Taoy and juatioe which underlie the reconstruction nnnrr nf tha Thrrtv-Ninth and Fortieth Congresses. which we hereby fully indorse and demand shall be carried into eomplete effect by every additional Deeded iegulattoa. .- m . 3d. That while we will always hensh anddefesd ithe American system of local and municipal selfKovernmenU. for local purposes, and a National (ioveniiiient for national Durposes; and while Mr wUy-Ulw ewwiiaad te41 attempts at centrali sation or consolidation of power anywhere, we hold Heat tiber? and human -riehtf -ooastitute pur great aatianal booaj which, local or fta e orgaaixauons must not be alloweUtoatMFtdae or take away. 4th. That, imbued witb tbe spirit of true democ racy, and believing that tbe powers necessary for : the purpose of attaininctbe ends of Government ought not toi be restricted to a privileged class, hut hould he vested in the- whole DeoDle without un just or odious distinctions or qualifications not equally attainable by all; and further believi gths thantimenEA.arairl strict accordance with tbi nirit anrl tnitnncv of modem Civi lixttion. i-lOC mrelcM on the aim pie and broad plalfom of im pnrti'il manAood ntgro tufroge at embodied in the proposed amendment to the ttate ConetUvtion. up peaUttg to nd eonjidlng in the inteWg nee of the fjeopie of Ohio to approve it at the IhtUet-bwB. 6th. Tbe Am rican people owe a lasting debt gratitude t the brave soldiers and sailors who, he late straggle tor our national existence, no nobly fought for our liberties: and for the privations, suf- feriugs and sacrifices which they endured, the loyal men .if Ohio ha ebv alada-e to them and to the widows and orphans of those who fell in defense Vie nation, oursyarpainies ana suosiauuai support.; th .That we approve and .indorse the nililary administration ot our distinguished fellow citizen.! MajorGenenl Phil. H Sheridan, in Louisiana and Tea,.aadV pteafefc'"1 and the military e-mmand-i era in the several military distiiots of the c-ouih, the cordial, snpport ef the Union men of Ohio ti eir efforts to protect the loyal people of the late rebel States, and te secure tbe organisation of loyal and constitutional sovernments in said Stages.- 7th. 'that wa fully indorse and approve of the administration of our present Governor, J. D. Cox, and extend tj him our hearty thanks for tbe faith ful and aMa aaenner -in which- be discharged his pffioial duties and nutaincd tbe credit and honor our nuiUB.oiate. ' The poor PrJnceM of Wales, after monthsi pr torturing connoernenr, wnuoui, me po stbllitv of exercise, has been ordered to tbe liatha of Cermanv as a'lat' resort.', It, to be feared ithat: tbta ' moat delicate and, beautiful Princess has been crippled ferHfe, She was toQ-yoone. tooragtle for the oei tit uer-exatteu Btattun, mat " i of maieruity. Three children in lees than three years haoeted her' vitality, and: hrotip-ht on a rhf umatic fiver, whlcn, sclen tilicaTly treated by the best surgical skill England, baa resulted in a lameness from obii-h she mav never rpcovpr. It is a June 19, 1867. —Paris Cortes. -;i;o ';;:! !' "ail ' i J r I fin iy mm y.: ah i .').-i- tfVI '. ' -I " t " .2UAVJAtTHuXil( i..l.-:MX V'ia :.: .O u, I I- kAsr. vlwii l' i 2t"il-jiir ntl'i'l i'-T 1 i n I I 7'I i. Ft irl,. ;(i-;t7Vr:.r7V, vVVr V,::: i..v-rt ii jif.! :') ,:r..I .t: !i li-ii.l-ff v;;iT i:n '.: ' 1i.' ... ,.,rt -i.i ..-! ; Itan i-l-7C u'il-,,:i e.l i-i'i' I ' VeKf 1 " I I I 1 '."-.- '. -i .::f i'ltN.: mwu -v. j h-lfl ?Tl-.HB nri;.-! T.r v I . x --i .(- 7 TT- "j'.i.i'J 'j'i-'.i I . NO. 19, FRIGHTFUL DEATH. A Man Dies from a Rattlesnake Bite —He Eats Part of the Reptile Save. His Life—Horrible Scene. [Green Briar Springs(Va.) Correspondence of the Baltimore Gazette.] 'A'great exclternent'has been coated ir the, appearance ot (t snake-eharrner vvith-a tame raUleanakei In his. band., fie walked deliberately into the parlor ono day after (iinTrerv flourished;' the reptile around and ' Anally placed - him bn the'gronndt :to, the KCestannoyan.cfipf many people whotefttha. room: The fangsof the snake had bee'n tracted, but that made the sight of him none the less shocking to some. There 'is no besttty in a, rattlesnake, neither of" form or color.. His flat qneer soapea noaa is positively re- pullvi and countrymen, po matter how much they may. farrcy, them as pets, should ' oot be iBllwed , to h eels titer sensi bil itiesr of more nervous natures. .'While this, man was herarairreai .company, rarrtved, to tha members -of which , be exliibiterl ' his snake, To ane of, them whose business it was to feed therak'esr he offered ..this, one for" tnree aouars. put tne mm, woo .was eaia, to be au Arab ahd- whose btvle of dress, 'dark? compteXVcm- and lithe "figure atitve' some reason for the belief, refused the. offer, arid, considering himself versed trt the ways of sftake Hr,tle6Brm1ned to take one for him-'' self. . So hp. purchased one from a bov and commenced to experiment upon it. ..For. a while he got on very weUUbnt. the vicious reptile, if k4 the deaf adder, was deaf to the votae o the charmer, charm he never so wisely, and when the man least Expected it, and while be held the sbake in his hand, looking steadily, at., it,, .it. darted out its fangs, struck him twice on the left cheeck and onceon the lowerlip.-" : - The man tmmeriiateryicalled for whisky and drank nearlyta qnart. Bnt'iii.four boars tne limbs, Degaa to swell irlgntiuuy and the paio to become agonising. -A. docv tor was sent- for, :bnt before -he came the man called eagerly for the snake. ' As ft was brought to him he seized upon It. with mortal aviilicy, caught it by the hack of the neck with his tefth, shook it as 'a ' dog would shaker a rat. then bit of! its head, spit it npon the floor, and .finally ate and swallowed about tour inches of its body. Whether his Idea was to cure Hke by like; whether.ne'waa pnly, carrying out the su perstitions of his people ; whether he was simply delirious,! or whether . his nature had ..become , so,, thoroughly impregna ted with snake ' nature, . that he-was mere ly atifying- snake-'Vengeance, it is im possible now to say. ' He eertaiuly -flung himself upon the, ground as soon jts be hail finished devouring snake flesh and writhed and wriggled wlefr: th-floor.jinaided by armsoFjegs, after the manner ot a crawl ing reptile.u 0ne was insensibly reminded ot the wild and curious story of Holmes, lit yrhlch' the snake influence is made to control and finally destroy the life of Ellse V.enner-, The poor tellow ' could never tell his experience. He : was'-dienched with whiskey, but tO0latwhed.ied in 24 hours, Turttii; his last hours -he ealled wildly tm any number of -Spanish talnty, and it was evident that, though Arab by profession, tbe poor lellow was Mexican by birth. His ultimate end seems to have moved nobody. On the earae day three little ne gro boys -discovered a rattlesnake in -the road. vOire lifted his head,-with a stick, while another having made a slip-knot of bis neck-tie; and tastened it to a Ions stick, slipped it.over.tbe snake's head, or "dulled" ltv as: they say here, as they would a. fish with a horse-hair noosev 'They atterward . brongh their 'captive to 'the spring, where they weTein a'high state of excitement and glee.'-' The shake rattled away fiercely, and darted out its. venomous lanes viciously; but they held him tight and refused to kill him." He was too precious a knowing old neuro ' remarked,-;-" Why dem ?ere boys thinks more of dat ting dan dey does of a two-dollar - and a halt pold piece.'' This seems to he a negro's idea of a small for tune, .ii-.ia-..: '..--I . : Two Men Eaten by Sharks. [From the Liverpool Post.] ,On Monday jrijrht tbe American hir Jo sephine,' CapTafnr Mitchell, arrived in Cork harbor from finmados, Cuba, lor" orders. The. captain reports the fearful death of two ot tua crew, by being aevoured oy sharks " while - tlie vessel wag-.i lying at Bumados. It appears Captain Mitch ell had been on shore, on.: the the 25th ot- June, with two of his crew, purehaaiog some stores. Having transacted-his busir ness, Cu.pt. Mitchell took his boat, and a fair-wind blowing he rigijed sail., iluvinz accqmplUbed half a journey, accompanied by two seaman, a squall. strucK. tne ooat, and. it was so severe that she was complete ly turned over. The captain and his men were, precipitated into tne water, tne ooat sinking under them in about two fathoms of water. .Two oarrels which had been in the, boat were floating, about, and Captain Mitchell directed,' his men to bold on .to them till assistance earne,' while. he him self setzed the mast, about a fopt of which projected over the water. The captain be lieves the men- did as he told them, bu t ' in a few minutes alter he. beard their cries. On Looking around he -found the two men had disappeared lrom tue suriace ot tne water, and in a -lew minutes he- saw the water about where the men were become red,. which lei t no tfouDt in nis mind tnac the unfortunate-, men bad been taken by sharks. Tbe captain then prepared for the worst, and at the time he gave up all chance of escape, as the water in this place is act ually Infested with sharks. He lashed him self fast to the mast- ot the boat, and for thirteen hours be remained in a state of fearful suspense. - The accident to the boat occurred at 4 o'clock' in the afternoon, and abontao'i-lockon the morning of the 27th be found that his tears durinar the preced ing; ten hours, were ..well grounded, for when ' the day becan to dawn. Captain Mitchell's alarm may be imagined, when he saw two immense sharks swimming about him. at an oar's length, evidently watching an opportunity : to plunge at :him. With these two monsters Captain Mitchell remained in .this very perilous position for three hours- longer. 44e-eaptaior from -mingled fear and ex haustion, was eettinff insensible, when for tunately, about 5 o'clock, a Tijrhter, which was passing; came to his assistance.' The approach of the lirrhter frightened off the sharks and capt. juitcneii was rescued irom his awful position in a nail lnsensiDie state. He accounts -for his -preservation by tlie fact that a small portion of tne eail was above water and the wind kept it contin ually waving". and -splashing , the water, which, he says, kept the sharks from com ing nearer to him thau they did. " '. , : A Model Letter. We have seen nothing so racy as lowing letter from a -Western drover to a railroad director in Buffalo : Goshen Ind July 18th 1867. of in of in of is diH in fiad r, w dressln you ior a few lines lam an old dro ver Dut snail uo notQing at it ior a iew months next ensuing stock is too infernal high, and they isasmueh chance too Brake as they Is to make I understand the is scoopin the rest of the Railroads on stock I hev never bade cause to complain Bat have been treated like a Gentleman one reason ot rltin Is this on my last trip from new York I cot a show but a nutey slim Show for a Meal of vlttles at a plase about a Hundred Miles out the nameuv the place i disremember.- But you kin lind out pret ty easy The Landlady is a large Tall fe- mau red Headed l was yeuKereu one oi a square Meal before I left : Town and so I was putty hungry but grate god you ort to had seen the Pie I kep a piece of the Krust and . tuk it home lor a curiosity I gave it to a pet hog but it putty nigh killed him when tbe Cars started 1 skedaddled in Double quick and didnt pay I dont know what the Tax is but I send fifty Cents en closed please send it to the . Woman or to her Husband if she has an article of that kind If she axes more than 60 Cents for such a god for Saken Meal of Vlttles I will send liera. ualt Mr 1 have patermzea your Rode about 5 years but never axed lor a favor If i should send my Daughter tQ Buffalo will you see that she has a Pass mat win take ner ritq.to new xork 6iio wants to go to her Uncles he- lives about Ten miles South of oaterson State of new Jersey I will glvebera line so that you will know her she Is a good girl in a Good many reepeets But shese as Brassy as Hell lye herd tell of Property deterating on the way to new York But He be damb if she can deterate any amt worth speaking of this between you and me and the Gait Post sne win goaDoard of a Propeller at Tole do bound for Buffalo Mr excuse the Liberty Jhave took your obt servant servant One Currency for All. The NewYork' ireenV iri an article to 'show that the' finances' need re-1 construction1, makes the following remarks. In reference to the plaa1 of "getting rid of the Interest-bearing debt by paying off the' ' oonds with greenbacks. Says Mr. Mc- MaSTERi""; '-I'--' -u "'iVH..:: " We nidse ret fid of the dehf. hiit hriWv Ih mertlcine,1 we1 have been astonished nt the jenVcts of the treatment based on, the, principle timilia similibxut curantur, -'A dis ease Is cured by .superinducing, artificially, a liktt Set of By mptoms. : If an ear is frdzn byebntaet iMith intensely old air, cold snow Is applied to draw out the feast In If a hand be scalded, in. very hot water, ex-, liusiiix.nie part w me ory neat oi an open tit, IS an admirable alleviatlve. ' 'Accepti' or not,! the medical law. we want to.aeeitr applied in flaarree, -W are suflDering frouj. too many, and too heavy uintea states Donds tnost of them paya ble, interest and- principal, 'in gold.- We want to cure "these bonrts with greenbacks! Tlrafwlil bei: similia'tltnilibus f ! t'T.ike tv like f Tliatwiil. la avert- sliort time, mv off the bondholdersin their ona-cotn, pr In, their .own rags I , Those ol.ti who have never ' recognized, these bonds as a tegltl-" niate debt due by the people of the United States will not have much trouble in help ing, thus'to cure like with like I?. For oth ers, who,, in their innocence, ask it this i-i not a -new way to pay old deDts,' we bave to show that It is 6imply an old way of pay iUg rewdebta, i;,rr -..;,; .i;i:tt.--. i!i r, VHere are the proofs:,. ..tj ...... " "The widow of an honorahlo r.If.Jzeri fit STewYbrk State, her1 deceased husband's state having been settled up ia 1869, "tonnd herself In possesslonof about twenty thou sand dollars... She. wished to. invest it safe ly, as a .fund from which to." educate her fatherless child reni1: Friends: assured "her she hadi better invest la the New York State bonds I She did seyandy: her nearest friends living; in Canada, she . went thither vfith her children. So long as th3e bouds paid interest in gold, she did verywelf. But when the glorious United States Gov ernment' Lincoln,' Seward; ;Chase,:. and their Congress made greenbacks a legal -tender, this poor woman was overwhelmed! When it got so bad that it took two and a halt greenback dollars to make one 'Cana da, orpld dollar, she quit Canada-and came to New York to try. and liveon greeu-t iii.-i-''' '- . ' "Now, we object to this impoverished widow being forced to pay taxes on the remnants of her greenbacks, ;to make Uni ted States bondholders millionaires I . .The United. States Government made green backs legal tender for hr contract in Gold with the State of New York. That govern ment did. thereby., impair the validity of contracts I it did make something; besides gold and silver' a legal tender for debts con trafcted -hi gold.""- - 'Now, whatever sympathy we may have for tlie creditors of governments that con tracted debts with no recognition -ot any other ?money' than ffold we have very tittle for any who lent money on faith of been paid in- gold, to a government that hud, jysU sanctioned : the .paying off t gold debts with greeiibacks. ;., .. . 'From'the'tlay, iu 1864, when the !Jhlecf States Government came to violate -contracts in gold, and to declare greenback par peta jegat tenner ior dehts in gold, , we leave the creditors of that government to some other resort than a plea of equity, to get any tning out green oacks tor the loans made to such an administration of govern ment. ' "Alexander Smith did Iri ISfJO. It was In the early spring of 1861, that his execu tors closed up his estate. The times were very gloomy. - It was doubtful what real property, a year or two later, might fall to, in New xork. A sale was made, on what was considered very advantageous tertra,of real estate near this city. The property was. sold for a certain nmourjt down, and - for fifty thousand dollars se cured on oond . and mortgage, to be paid witnin five years, any time the purchaser choose, to ipay.it. The purchaser elected to pay off the mortgage iu 1S64, at a time wneu greenuacKS were worth less than forty cents on the dollar! The nominal worth of the property sold had, meantime, more than doubled. Its price, in gold, in which the 'transaction was made, would have been a little less than in 1861. But the Government came in. and compelled a tamiiy oi neipiess orphans to take green backs as a legal tender for gold I It com pelled them to take twenty thousand dol lars; gold value, Jor what had been sold for fifty thousand I - . . . . . . The guardians of these poor orphans of Mr. &mith invested these twenty thousand dollars of gold value nominally filty thou sand, greenbacks on bond and mortgage. Hut the oonnbolders. with their eves ooen to the fact that the Government had repu diated payment of the debts in gol I, con tracted with that Government lor bonds to be paid iu gold? -?I4s but the first step that is hard.' That is an old proverb. Bondholder made aeontracc, on a gold- ba sis, with a government that had just en forced the principle of paying sreld debt witn greenoacks. ii Douunoiuers did not bave their eyes open to the character of the party they were dealing with it is their own lault. .But, -this is not alU The fifty thousand greenbaeks ot Mr. smith's poor orphans- paid o Ihera (when bnly-v ;wor,h;: twenty thousand in gold is" now taxed to'pay'in gold these bonds that were contracted b a government that had already avowed the power of making greenbacks a legal teuder lor gold. To 'reconstruct' the finances of .the country Is a necessary step toward a 'cen- eraPreconstructlon. So, however old Mr. Moneybags may roll up his eyes at the pro position,: we put it to the people, square what the poor orphans-had to take for the gold value of their deceased father's prop erty what the widow had to take for her gold investment in State stocks. Mr. Moneybags and Mr. Shoddy, and all that set, will have to take for their loans to Government that, at the - very moment these bonds were glven,-was enforcing the acceptance of a greenback only worth forty dollars as .'legal tender' tor the debt ot one Hundred dollars. "This established custom of the United States Government is why we call it rightly 'an old way of paying new debts!' VV.e submit this Item or a new 'recon- strnctimi' to tue meditation of those wnose sold has already turned to greenbacks. Give us one currency for all." -. - "Thankful for Very Little." "The News of last week was exultent over one single "County in Kentucky, which Badicahsm was triumphant. One e&untgl What a victory, when compared with tbe whole state." MUlsboro Uazette. The News reminds us of the story of the pious old lady who ejected a guest trom her bouse after night, -to tare as best he could, alter learning that he was aUniver salist preacher and believed in the final salvation of all men. In a few years after the. preacher had occasion to travel the same road, and again made application for entertainment for the night. But the pious old soul, ever on the alert to discover and punish heretics, recognized him as soon fite got tier eyes on him,-and was on tne point of again sending him adrift lor the same old offense, when the minister be thought himself, and replied, that since had been turned out by her the other time, he had, upon reflection, come to the con clusion that he nad Deen in error In sup posing that all would be saved, and that now believed that abcut ten thousand would be damned and go to hell. "Oh, well," re plied the old lady, elevating her spectacles on the UP ot tier nose, "tuougu tuat uoes not come Quite uo to the orthodox stand ard, ten thousand damned is better than none. I think vou can stay.'1-- - And nodonbt the loyal man ot tne Hews reasons likewise, and had ratner see county In Kentucky go to perdition than —Hancock Courier. : ; A younff . lady, while :on her way to married, was run over and killed. A con firmed old maid 'savagely comments: 'She avoided a more lingering aud Uorrl ble destiny 1" " - " ' . - ' Three children, all under 10 years of a were killed near Nepooset, Jlass on the while attempting to run across the railway track. : "It Is a shame, husband, that I have sit here mending your old clothes?" Don't say a word about it, wile ; the least said the soonest ooue. A soldiers' monument at Deerfleld, Mass. was dedicated yesterday. - a in as he he one be ere. 81, to THE, SOLDIERS MDMlIMtNT i? tErecfeeV by the RadJoavl' .Hi .','. I f JPtaaTty Of Oklv-5 ::,) j' vtmiio i ;:t-io 1 : i-it t -IT- fj 3S:::i 1, i:i liii' X auJ liA.y;!:3:.ii i 'ulo ' ' u; ; sin 1 1 1 n re nt'.nsvii ,-.:.. -tni i i t i HS'.w! "'itself the 5,:"''-''" "UNION""-- f.i ill-. If- Jf-i-1 ;:i P A. Bi'I!:Yi; il .i ,s well as the I In friends of the 'j.-jifill Hi !.: SOLDIER, -ii: I iliii f y.-.i o-iM-Tii.i-i -n. indorses ., At 1 l.::iiu ' Convention. .u ft t ,THB KOBBJPRY., , OF THEMOWpilB AND Disabled Soldiers' and Sailors' ' "WIDOWS ' AND ORPHANS' V i' Of a fund provided by' lavr-- :! ; FOR' THEIRi SUPPdRT, ,; n"""'" amountiag fo,ii fun-Hour.: $800,00 O ' EIGllt H UN D REIT THOUS AND 1 .DOLLARS!) : ! r : t Vl-!Ttl, :i.!-i-"i !; ;-i!i-: notwithstanding .. - ' . . j .this base betrayal of trust ...; , the same Convention, after having ." ' nominated for re-election the men : who personally participated , to, c and advised , the robbery, bad- the , VBtAXHJS '.lEFFRO.XXERV;. ' i to propose and pass : i'i fna tr I nml a nua i ' . f (U.ll IU cai IICOl , i the following Buncombe resolution : . The American people owe alasting debt ot gratitude to the brave soldiers and sail ors who, In the late struggle for bu'Na- t tonal existence, so nobly fonght . for our liberties; and lor tne privations, sunenngs and sacrifices which they endured.' the loyal men of Ohio hereby pledge to tllerii and to the widows and orphans of those ' who fell in d&ence of lnenaUoii, ojir sympathies ana .. . UNSUBSTANTIAL HUPfpjlTSl A. Young lady, at the'Gl'ehn House, con fessed with tears to the wife of a friend that her husband'was a brute. "As an instance," she said, "he forbade me to take more than. thvee trunks to be gone a whole month. and then then ". breaking down with sobs.) ' "What then?" sard ; the others Why then he put -his oat and' lin en into 'one ot my own trunks, and took ever so much room away from me again." Did you consent to this unmanly appro priation?" 'Dear roe, I had to: but I used his shirts for napkins, and my poodle made dog: house of the hat I" "Humanity-was Vindicated I ' said No. 2. . P.4TJififT'S Pat'ned Improved FRENCH 'YOKE shirts: WARRANTED . TO Patented Jfov. 1st, 1859. '' ': rOB SALE B? . . ; Y.'&.L-' 33 o i l, 103 SOUTH HIGH s-ritKtrr, COLUMBUS, OBJO.' 1 J"'"L ' And at WHOLESALE on'y by ! BALX.OU BKOTHEBS, . (Sole ,Pteuitece, ; . , " ' 403 BROADWAY, JTEWTOKK CUT. ' mchSS-deodSm junU : i:i ';. : LOUIS BEHG-E & CO. 'I MANCFACTtJRBXa OF GKA.ND 4JXD : SQUARE P I A FJ O S Warerooms-97 . Bleecker Street, (Second Block west of Broadway) TiITE PIAVNOS Ft AN IIFACTCRED BY 1 this firm are indorsed by all the lea ling artists of thecountrv for their powerful, clear, brilliant anil .avmnathetTft tone: also for their durability and excellent workmanship. Seven Octaves Rosewood Pinn with onr arand French repeating aorion. carved legs, scroll desk and lyre, and a written guar-1 ... ' - -.- I" aowl l,Ul. I'imi.l.ra m.n. aining full descriptive lisis. with reoomciendai ions rnm all parts of the country, sent free on applica-1 I0n. BOV11-BUU1J-UUI. L. SIEBBRT... SIEBERT & - LILLET, BOOK BiNDERS, BLAKK BOOK MiKUFACTLREES, '' ANr ' -:-l-Il : SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, SOUTH HIGH ST., OPEEA HOUSE BUILDIKO, janlS-eodly COLUMBUS OBJO. 3X2rl3S GrOOdS SWAYZE & PARSONS, MERCHANT TAILOKS Cents' Furnishing Coods, NO. 154 ilOtrif HIGUSTRKET . Opposite United States Hotel, COLUMBUS, OBJO. mHEV .ARE NOW RKCEIVING A 1 large andeplendid stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting ot CLOTHS. CASS1MERES. VESTINGS. frANUY COATINGS. Etc. to' which they invite the attention of the elti- sensot uoiumDUS.. . ocuw-neoaiy-uicda J. W. COH3TAEUS, WHOLESALE DEALER IN'. . LEATHER AND FINDINGS, XO. 1S7 SOUTH HIGH STREET, COLUMBUS, sep3-eodlm-M : OHIO. T- A L L E N, - AGENT FOR THB BAliB OF SCOTT Ac FOKIl"CE'S CAMBRIDGE COAL AND COKE. Also, Healer in , HOCKING AJI SMITHING COAX. Ho. 135 North High Street, , -COI.CMBCS, O. "Special attention to Shipping. sepa eodtf . OHIO FEMALE COLLEGE," COLLEGE HILL, OHIO, (Six Miles fbobt CincikSati.) i..i THE NIltBTfENXH TUK OP THIS Institution begins on the NINTH nt Sh'P. TEMBK . Catalogues and Circulars containing lull lniorrnaLiua as w iuv .I'tmiuiiunuu anq eauea tional facilities of the Colsege, the conditions admission, euenjes, etc., lurnisnea on applica uoo ao . . . Bit. JAMES M. ANDERSON. A. M angS-dltawS w . .. . Pbisidikt, ! I DEMOCRATIC :i--i !. I ; ofllMimii: ' jf I in?i.ni: ' .1 A. li) luur r. f: igrT' .-fjTi:l i:J :n:! A (.mi ,.i...f.,.- ,i i -j,..,,-.,.. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS FOR SEPTEMBER. FOR SEPTEMBER. A CORRECTED LIST. The following is a .careful ' r?l'8?d anlt corrected list of Democratic Mass Meetings I ior Deutemuer: , 1 'l ' . . . , i ! 0 7 1 i '-' it -: .fl 1'- . mt URBAN A, Jbsrnpaigneonnty; Monday. Sept.- ?th, I Hons. u. ti. v aitanaiKnam ana J. tTans: Mcriin- r .,.! -.1 -iVAIfWEET. APSLANDj Ashland county. Tuesday. Sept. 10th, Bons. P. Van Trnmp and George Bl IBS. WEST UM0W.'adaam6ti a ' ... .Jn.-, t., . ... '. . ' . Sf. CAlRSVlLM . -Belrifoht rnty, Tuesday, PTt.' 19th, Hons. Ai U. Tnttrmau, Uoorge M. Pendleton and James R. Morris. . . MT.tJlLft Af. Morrow'ctlttnty; Tuesday, Sept. lOtti,' .t-,i'VaiiaacuKnam. ': ,,! nit . j Ixiu OKOROETO W. Brown enunty, Wednesday. Sept. 11th, Col. George W. MoC'ook. and Hon. Frank H.1 -HariLJii. .:. - "i- ..i-n itiit'iK -j: !1:. -. CRE&XUNE. Crawford oounty. Wednesday. SapW . iii.ii, nui, i.i au iiuuiii auu uwigv xuaa., WOOTjaFIELDMonroe eon-ntv.' Thursdav. Sent. 12th; Hoi 8. A. Ot. Thurman.C. allaadigham j ana tjeorge n. jrenaieton. BAT A V 1 A. Clerrntnrt Sonnty,Thurjrlay,Sept,KthJ k oi. -ueurga . n .. .ovok ana oun. J rann .n. Hard. . . . CiXCINWATlI' 'Harniiton ' count v;"Frlday" (Eve.) j Sept.' 13th. Col. George W. Mo Goes: and Hon. rranS U. Uura. .., ,, ... MARIETTA. WasTnna-ton county. Saturday. Seot. Mth. Hons. Ai (i. Tkurmao, Geo. H. Pendleton and Jas. K. Morris. . tOUDONVIhLE. Ashland county, Saturday. Rei timber 14, Hon. C. L. Vallandighaui and T. Kenner. COLUMBUS, Satordav evening. September 14. Colonel George W. MoCook and Hon. Frank H. 'Hard. - ,, ... i -. ATHENS, Athens county, Monday. September IS,' Hons. Georga U. i'endleton, A. Mi idleton, A. Mayo and James a Morris. SALEM, Monday. Fept. 16th, speakers, Hon. jGeo. Biissand E. B. EAoiinan. - - - a. - CHILT.ICOTHE, Hos county, Tuesday. September .17; Hons. George 11. Pendleton, Xr Van Trump anafrioxn. nura. . , KENTON. Hardin crrantv. Tnesdav. ffetrtember' IT. i Hons. li. V auanuignam. o,; yj. unaon ana i. J. Kennev. HPBlNf? FIELD', Clarit counky. Tuesday. Septem- -ber IT, General iiurtuu waroui i -j,v. . i. .-.. MARION, Marion county, Wednesday. Sept. 18th, Hon. A. G. Thurman and Uen.eo. w. Morgan. SANDUSKY CITY. Eri eonnty Wednesday, tcpt. A8tb, Hons. D. ip. Uhl, xao, Deer and Win. Heisley . " MORWALK.-Huron county, Tuesday; Sept. ITth, Huns, u, s. u bl, i nos. peer ana w m. aeisier. , PORT V'tilSTON. Ottowa conn y. Thursday. Sept. 19th, lions, u. s. uniana rnos. necr. BUCYRUS. ' Crawford ' connty, Thursday, .Sept. ,,13tn, aon. Jl. u. inuimau ana ueu. uou, . 'llnrou,. .... -I .. ASHTABULA, Ashtabula county; Thursday, Sept. 19th. lion. George tin t and b, ii. ianeiiaan. EATON. Proble county, Thursday. Sept. 19th, OTTOWA. Pntnam ominty. Thursday. Sept. 19th, , Hons. u. it. v aiianaignaui, . VY .uiiaon ana i. J. ;i('.INNATI, Friday evening. Sept. 20th. Hon- V Van TrnniD- TJPPER SANDUSKY, Wyandot county. ITrMa. Sept. 20th. Hon.. A- G. Thurman am Gen. Geo ' W. Morgan. " . ... . . . DEFIANUK. Defianoe county, Friday, Sept. 20th, Hons. u. Li., v auaudignam, r. ieciona auu W. D.Hill. ...... PERRYSBURO. Wood eonnty, Friday. September ao b, Huns. li. a. uni ana t nom.stseer. MKD1NA. Medina county, Saturday, Sept. 81st, Hon. fanrae Hlisa and .b...ri.- bsbelman. -- TIFFlN. Seneca connty, Saturday. September uist, Hon. a. u. Tnurman ana uen-. ueo- vr . Mnrffftn. SPRlNtJ TAtiLEY. Green connty, Saturday, Sept. 21st, Hons. r. van i rump ana b. t . uingnam. TOLEDO, tineas connty Monday evening. Sept. 23d. uen. ueo. v . morgan. MTI.LKRSKURG. Holmes eonntv.'Tnes4av: Sent. - x4tn. none. ueo. u. rtaateton ana A. u. . inur- man. WAUSEON. Fnltnn county. Tuesday. Seotembe 94th. General Geo. W. Morgan and Horn 11. a - Unl. BRYAN. Williams county, Wednesday, September 25tn, tieneral weorge ty . Morgan ana lion. v. bi Uhl., MT. VERNON. 'Ktiox'' county.' Thursday .' Sent SHU. Hons. Geo. it. i'endleton ana a- ij. Tbur- man. '.-.,... ANTWER", Paulding county, Friday. Sept. 27th, um. ueorge w . jnorgan ana Hon. u. s. uni. VAN. WKRT, Van-Wert county. Saturday. Sep. .temoerxstn. Men. ueorge yy . juorgau ana non. u. n. uni. NEWARK. Friday, Sept. , Hens. George H. Pea- Jl.. 1 . I 1 '.U.... ULBWID IUU a. V. 1UUIUIHI. , . GALION. Crawford eonntv. Fridav SeDtl STth. - Hons. C flon. L' Vallandigham and and C. L. Lima- COLUMBUS. Saturday evening. Sept. 28th, Hon. Hugn j. jewett. LGAN. Hocking county, Wedaesday.OotoberSd, Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. ' IiOVELAND. Clermorit county. ThnrsdayrOot. 3, Hons. ueo. a. reuaieton ana r. van irump. Jndge Thurmaa's AppelalmenlN. I I I I I I 1 MANSFIELD. Rtohlahd connty. Wednesday. Sep5 iemoer oha, wun mm. uw, a. renaiewu. COSHOCTON, Coshocton county, Saturday, Sep- - temoer aein, witn jn. i.uaeu. -1J; -i- t;iHt'L,fiVll,lr,. r-ickaway CO., Tuesday Oct. 1st, . with Col. Georse W. Andrews. Hon. R.Hutche- aou auu ii"ii. r. v au iiuiuii. CHI LLICOTHE. Res county. Wednesdav. Oot.Sd. wun non. neison oarreie ana joi. ueorge w Andrews. ... T3REENFIELT. Hisrhland counrv;vThnrsdv. Oct. -1 3d. instead of Hillshoro'as heretofore annonnoed) witn Col, ueorge w. Andrews and Hon. nelson Harrere. -. ( ,. . :.: . WASHINGTON. Fayette cbunty.r Saturday. Oct btn. witti t;oi. ueorge w . Andrews and Hon. rsel- son Barrere-. Bon. CSeorsre If. Pendleton's ap . r poinlmenta. CANTOV, Stark connty, Monday, Sept. 23d, with non r ranK u. nura. MANSflKI.D. Kicbland county. Wednesday, Sep. temoer zatn. wun non. a. u. rnurinan. ZANESVILLE, Muskingum county, Saturday evening, September isi h. - lion C. It. "'llnllghm' Ap-I poiatmeats. , .ORVILLE, Wayne county, Saturday, September Hon.'' Frnnk II. Hnrd's ' Appolnt- mnenis. CIRCLEVILLE, Pickaway county, Monday even ing, svpi. una, witn Hon. w in. lang. BLANCHESTER,'' 'Clinton connty, Thursday, . sept, lain, witn non- w m. lang. CASll!S. ai.,l,r..l. I..J.r, Sara. BOO, with uou. ueorge ii. i-enaieton. lions. V. C. IItlond sand John Foiletl's Appointmean. DRESDEN. Muskingum ocunty, Tuesday. Septem ber i7tn. BEL LAIR, Belmont connty, Wednesday, Scptsm- Dor mta. Hon. S. W. Gil won I- Will speak ineetinss at with . Vallandigham at the KENTON, Hardin county, Tuesday, Sept. 17th, with V.li.nilitfhHTTi .n Knnnar. . "DTTOWA, Putnam county, Thursday, Sept.l9th. witn v auanaignam ana &enney. - General Uurbin Ward .Will address tbe followino; niaht meetings HILLSBORO, Highland county, Monday evening. September 2a. CHILLI JOTriE. Ross county. Tuesday evening. September utn. CIRCLEVILLE, Picsaway connty. Wednesday evening, septemoer xotn. Z AN KS VI LLE, M akingnm connty, Thursday eve nmg, oepteruDer'-'Oia. NEWARK. Licking connty, Friday evening, Sep tember sua. DELAWARE. Delaware county, Saturday evening, Septemoer !itn. . Amos LHTmnnVAppnlnfmrnla. nVPF.R SANuUKi. Wvandot oountr. Fri ' Sept. 20th, with Hon. A. G. Thurman and Gen. Morimn. COSHOCTON. Coshocton eonnty, Saturday. Sept.' . SStb.wnn Judge inurman aoain,. a. vaeu, LOVELANl). Clermont oonnty, Thursday. Oct with Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton and Hon. Frank Hurd. Judge I. Tan Trump's Appolnt- . me nti. Mt GILEAD. Tneeday.Sept. 10th. with Vallandig-H ham and Bliss. CRESTLINE. Wednesday. Sept. 11th, with Hon.; . Geo.- Bliss. ; it- CHILLIC0THE,Tuesdar,SepU17th,withPendt-: ton and others. EATON, Thursday. Sept. 18th. with Hon. E. Virll m a I tt' 'vrtA.i LiS.' c . : i. ' : 1 L,v CINCINN ATI. Friday evening. September 20th, rith E.F.Bingham SPRING VALLEV, Saturday. September : with K. F Bingham. CIRCLEVILLE, Tuertay, October 1st, with Judge . Thurman anu omers. . ; LOVELANI), Thursday, Ootober 3d, with Hon. : Ueorga tl. renaieton Hon. Wm. lig'i Appointmeni . l or licrmaa Ifleetinga. , Some changes having been made in Twang's appointments, the loilowinp- correct : ' , ' MANSKIELD, Thursday evening, September ZANESVILLE, Friday evening, Sept. 13th, I -vl." ' Tfr fa T I .fill"'' ' ' ' ' ! i in . ") ;' a i l;'1 r,A.N0ASTER;6atara eVaninr. Svtft. JtU. lt ; CIKCB VUiLB.iMondar ean,Beptl mb.t , ,. CBlliUCOXHEi Tuead v Mening, Sept. 17th, ',. . GREENr lELP.Wedneedaj.iSept, 18 th. with Hurd,1 i rn'twrlish. ' ' "' 'i-" m;i I aiTI i': SLaXGHeSTSBrThar8daK Sept. Mth.with Hard linEnclish , ..,, .t.,?,. ...r . ... ,. TOtEDO.THonday evenini. Sept. 53J. " ' ' ' 1-1 ' WADSEON. Tnssdaj evening, crejit. Mthi 1 '" ' DAYTolf; TUarsdaylBiveMijg.8epU 26th;: V- ' A CQIjUMBIj 8, fjidar enine.pU 37th- : t.tv.z ii.-1't o--'ol,; K.analaMtm r,-:'.ir,. Will cna. V . , ISASS.ILLON, Stark eonnty.BattirdayVijept. kih', I wan apeaaers tnretotore annoanced. :-u . -" llon. H. J;Bftbmrr ;"iii "h;."b, 3v m.. , . . . ney. Saturday evening, Sept. 38111: '. ' 1 " auuresswermanTneer,ingsasioiiows:f .r;.ve&Ptj?r...-,-'r ;:.''. 1 WAPAK03ETA.,Wednesday eveninf. Sept 18th, 1'. MABS, Thursdav evaning. fVt, 9th. ., l( BREMER, Friday evening,. Sept 20th. ,.' " SlfJUErV.'Moriday eye'ning,Sept.Sl.:i ' FREMONT; TnejdaTeveninB.'SeStf Stth.' ' " ' " TOtEDO! WbdneadsfeVehin. Seit.SSth:""" oernir3T,'Ti,i - , 'ei.. u.. :-i7l - . - .;.,,. .i, ,- ., , 0 . .77 j . . j : ! I . AiiIUlonHl ,4 ppolnlmenl for.lToni It,' . vatZ ' ssnl ' -:.'v''L- imniirTTQVfi.r.ir '.t- "tir j ' 1 v..r f "r ii wmiin, ,, nun aav. oept. aa, wibnxioo. ueo. j. converse. ELYBlA'oraio connty, 'Thursday, ; Bept.'ieth, arit.ii-ffiwi- L.Conversef.' ' ' i - ' feHELBT, Richland -county", 'Sriday. Sept1 J7thi' ! .wna aoioia-.,JW vonversei,,;j, ri'.T i i5t.;iK:ill AS R-L AN D, Ashland oounty, Satorday,SepUfWth, , ith iloq. tieo. U. Converse. , ' ; The) DetriocratifJ fetate' Executive Com mittee announce' 1 the1 following appoint- rrinf DAtTON. Monday evening. Sept 23d. Speaker. , ion. r. y an irump. . . , , . DAYTOIii'. Friday evening,': September 27th, Bpeakerflea.-U J.'Jewett. COLUMBUS. Saterdar evening, September :9Sth. i Speaker Uoa.,H- J. JeweU. ., COUUV1BUS. Monday evening. September 30th. Speaker Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. COLUMBU-.'CWest Frorit Stata House). Monday evening, October 7th. bpeakeri Judge Tharman and otliars.' -i., ...,t j.,;,- . i ..." . The meeting announced, for . Dayton on September I8th, i& withdrawn. 1 : JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman. E. B. ESHELMAN, Sec'y. Additional Announcements. ' The Democratic State! Executive Com mittee announce the following mass meet ings: ". ' : ' Jndze Thnrman : At SPRING FIE LT. Tuesday, September 17th -with General Uurbin W ard.- v!f.' .. . Horn. I. Van Trump ' AT MASON; Warren County. Wednesday. Septem ber letn. witn is: r. Hingnam- lions. ' Frank II.-Ilurd aad Wm. AT 8ABTNA. Clinton County, Wednesday, Sep tember lHtn. . .. . ' Gen. deo. W, IHorsaa AT CRESTLIVE, Crawford Connty, Wednesday, September lltn, w.ta Hons. v van lrumpaitfl Geo. illiss- . , ' Hon. Chan. Follett C fl i uesaay evening, .-eBtemoertn. I lion. v. mi. t incK linu sv in. si. i ..-' Ifiall At MceONNELSyiLLK, Morsra county, Friday. . September 27th. MARIETTA, Washington county. Saturday, Sep tember zstn. lonM. I. S. Tlht and Thos. Beer, A't 0 Art H RB0R, Ottowa county. Thursday. Sep- temoer itn. The! meeting.' annonnoed for Elmore and Port Clinton have! been withdrawn at the request of Che County Committee and Onk Harbor substituted. .. : ',. - Chairman. E. B. ESHELMAN, Secretary. . I I : sr. 3d, H. F. t, Mr. are nth. A. C. IIEADLEY & CO., 250 cS3 SOUTH HIGH STREET, H VF. ON HAND ANli ARE DAILY receiving a BDlendid block uuat fiom tne I manuJa;tureroot - Summer Dress . Goods, I CSllrc SUmmer MlKS, , . Summer. Cloakings, Summer Shawls; c ' fi oUmmer taSSimCrCS, dec.,' ice., dec.) Ac. ;'' Parasols, . : : in' -..':..- i '.- .... ; ' " .". Sun Shades and Sun Umorellas, 1 White Goods,! ;' Laces, Edgings, &c ; CLOAK AND DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS OF EVERTDES0RIPTI0N. - HOSIERY, i GLOVES, HOOP SKIRTS. ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED AT GREAT BARGAINS. NUTTING'S ,,...:;-! PATENT WHEEL PLOW 18 BOim : TO HAVE AN LaHKK A ea e as any farming implement now before thi) American people. Ha been testec lor months and not found wanting' Any Flow can i attached this Machine. S. nd for circular with testi - onial of ex-Governor" John A' King and other celebri ties. Countvor State Rights sold in any part the Uniteu tMaie. The new FAPENT BAtJ HOLDER is emnhati- cally tbe-farrow's and grain da ler's friend. I) tne worn oi two noys in noiaing a nag open, and With it a farmiT on ba up grain, pota oes.aDo es. 9 , as fast as two m n the ordinary -wav. Having large sales n t e West where tit introduced. Re tail price cent, to any any aaaress. - Count State R shts in Ohio, FennaylvaDia andNa- York H State for Sale on the Bag Holder and goods supplied. ,nd for illust ated circular. The e ia a good pay- ing bu-iness to be done in either. Territory -sold low prices. .,, " ' ' '0iiJJJViHl!iiT. JUHJNSU?! at CU , augl6-d3m sDej street, New York, . ; . , Sealed. Proposals rrriLi, be- kfceived at the V" CitV Clerk's Ofhnn nniil MnnA.v .nl.mku S, 1S6T, at noon, for constructing a fence around the IV, , v Vmr-r mnA f. k.iMlna .m.) f J 11 : j i i, cu. ii.niui:,)in,iiiiiiiiis am oin r iniorrn atioa can be seen at the office of the Citv Clerk. The Committee reserve the risht to reject anvand alioias. u. it. yi liju.n. iept3-dtd-M i,'.;i j ' ...... CityClexk. to of es or at 1 wjav w-iasn i..iat an-.j. -..' r...m. HATES OF ADV tBTlaf N (i, J " Ten Jioas of NgppariiL ot V irjah space. cetuSi. tntefcf quaro. f ; T r, , f ., , yiii,T--FtreaeTi insertion, per square. It ee Is i FlAicej of Deattasi SO eents: Notieea of MarHatraa. SO cents; Relixious Notioes, SO eents. Adrertise mencs inserted every otherday, ever) ihtrd davratoj -nnee a week, will be rhareed tl 00 rw,r innr -j.h - i insertion.- atiiwia.Kotiea8 la XiOcal o-ilnmn, as leents per line fjir each insertion. .No Kotiee less jthan tOi rrr t .. , : j,- , T WBEsXTr.Seperrqnara eae1m-rtion. 'Bnsi-1 seas-Notice, fiO cents per line each insertion-- Ho - notice leas tnan uu egai advertisement will becharced iVgalar rates.'' . S i. i a All traneiont advertisements must be paid for at tLa time they are ordered. . -BUSINEiSS r CAHDSar,, IT P. ATPSH.. JOS. HDTCHKS01T." BATDIH. ffirrcRESOrl'&'COW1 I - 7 ' J NO. 1 3'S (3 tifH dtj kjRE ET, .1- i , f - ? tii. ColumbuN, OIlio, ... . . . . i 'T;l. .. A BR WEPAltED'tr) DO A IBKKER A L Banking, buf ioeis, recejya deposit, pay able on dijaiacd. iea Mtntjbn and aejl xehang and make Collections. Buy at liberal .rites GclJ and S flyer. Gold Cou pons and Compound Interest Notes! Buy and sell atlVtndi'bT Gveraent Baonritiea and OUlo PtatS Bonus. ti rfn.iiff Convert 7.-10 oteiato -S0 lionds,.and fill or j ders fo ta4 purohasivssteor eaehaoga s( -aA Jtini oC-snritiea on the. most favorable terms. W-tfautti:-;,,, :;1,;.-::;,;:,':v -:-vj "3 : -ii AUCUST tHCNNCESOv - s South sidef. '''' t I Ifiiborifcr'orrihfj XXqioti & Cigar,' : jarvifffnr5V t. atr-Tr.r.-' n' t-v.T j .TJl- s( luTlyjL'r": '!o mn:f;-K TEN YEAR OLD BOlTRBOIf WHIS, ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbon Whisky. Jdit teb(y-fiva arralapfBS 8 to 11 years o Monongahela , wnisky, of the best brands. Will be sold by the demijoha all kinds of Wines and other kegjjr barrelalso aaquoraM ny decS3 33a South Uish street. t. O. BalLIT. J. O T3lK fS0M. B. . BMITB B AILEY.T UQPSOH . & TCi, BANKERS, No. z7iT;msZc6iioAvse o GEHERftLEaRKffiiraNa COtLECfiori busihess .-, , DEAL .IK . S'ireitrn and Demiestic ExehangetO1' 1 . ernnirat- Benifiht Coin aua.,... r. . I nenrrent Money. Mm- C0I.LBCTWK8 PROMPTLY ATTSXDMX to and -remitted for-en- the day-of paymea . tt mayas-dam'juness ; ' -ii . i '- ' rT WEST. O nARBa. O. V. CAHPBSLL. . B.BASBBI O'aAiiRA, XAHPBELL & MWUl. ' Sucoeori to J Zcttler,) i ' W-H0I.K3A1.B AHD KKTAII. PEALKKS IK Foreign" and Domestic Groceries, PRODUCE, WATER I.I.TIK, r- - .. .' .rJ ijIquohs, PLASTER; &c, tc. COR. FOURTH & FRIEND STS. fnlvSl-dtf ' .t.-i.' PROFESSIONAI.. A ATTORNKY :AT ' LAW. No. 117 South High St.; : .Wtmm- if 't VP. STAIRS, ..Vit,. ,, .! . . i ! I m.! ' . '. . . . . 1 t S. W. ANDREWS, Ait o r n e v a t' L aw,; ',' brriCE-In tbe Buckeye Block, ! Corner ofhigh akdsroai) streets1 Bntrnce on High street. ' tnay2l-dly SAUL S. HENKLE. A.T SCORNEY A.T . . LA,W, cii.i;M n vs. o. t r W I til, PRACTICE IN THE SI PHEITIE and Inferior Courts, and will collect claims against the State and Fedoral Government, n: r OFFICE Ao. SI Jat State street, opposite the State House. ' ' "'.'- novlT-dly . .. QE0. Wn .ANDREWS, , T ' Attorney and Counsellor at Law; ;:'.: WAPAKONETA; 5 ,M ( Anglaxize O. ' Praotloes in the Conr ' of Weaturv Ohia I ..II ii - v-,1 . - i- i.i ...ii nana.IT DR. C. C. SHAKP, t iBcIectic Fhysician & SurgeorL - OFFICE: I ' i;J in J' On Fourth street, between State and Broad, , ... . Millcr'sOmce. . Residence sepl -No. 45 South Fourth street. White Lineri "Duck ; 'Brown Linen PrieVj Brown Linen Drills; i : -r siiELoVv!: , BAIN A 805, . iron anS7 CJ 3:ii PLAIN WHITE AND BLACK CKAPE MARETZ, Ali widths, for sale vary low. ' junSS BAIN son: " .! '-tl .'!.:. .. i- MOHAIR DRESS GOODS, Of the most desirable fabrics and shades, fust i oeived and selling below value, at, -; , ..j, .. - junJS BAIN SON'S..: PLAIN PERCALES .. AND JACCOETS, ', a In Buff, Fink and Bine, just opened by , -juniM" -' : - JJAJN A SON.- CALICOES, GINGHA&tf, 4C.; ---i.-;r ; i it ,v i ... - .,,-v 'A full assbrtroent, all lately purchased," and noW aellingaii immense reduetiuns. .. ,. ,, - junS2 BAIN A S0N1 1 - . if t ! PRIMTED LAWSnS ANr JACCONET8, f I h.-i' A large assortmr-nt, very choice styles, and far bai ow the usual prices. - - i ;.;; i -is.-m ,c,:; jnaM BAIN ft SON. r.: .- The Copartnership . t HrmT"Fnnp pxiitiko nw TWEEN -W.i R. . KfcNT--M ADDISOS ilOORli is this day dissolved by mut ial comment. i.:r.., ... ..',. W. R.KSTeV COji The business wi'l be continues by W.R. Kent. Colcmbcs, Aug. 14th, 1807; ' - anit'"