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Weeklt $t.G0peTsquare each inspTtion. Bosl ness Notices, 50 eents per line each insertion. No dosree less man- ss ee . Aiegat aaverusementa will b. charged regular rates, AH WuMitat advertisement! mast be paid tor s U.e time they axe ordaied.-" . - - es. - BXJSmE$8 i'OARDS. T, ;4T!V:Wv"B0tP"a!' HATiS.II. id "J: NOi fa- SQUTHHICH STREET) pts'AilvMltftH '" e-'e! K '-'-Vtoil-i. it JTHI j ;S1-um i-CoInmbusi Qhlo; TTHETyilEPAIlED TO IMA-OENEt. A Mi4taakiiMt i-oobiv tlepoaits. y ".blniJrth&fKj,lo, Money, buy ud sell Eicbn( 0 v'iim4'CbUw4("',;.t'.Vi'-'a' - - I '-.ai'Bv libwl rate Gold mad Silrer. Child Cou pons and Compound lBtoret'Netes. .";, : 1 . i Bay nd sell all kindi of GoTernnoent Seouritle. and Ohio Stte Bondi.-n t, r-r ' v Convert T-TO ftot Into B-MBohdi, and 811 ?ir ""dors for the purchase,' sale or exchange of any ini f 'Seoorities nn the most farorable terms., , j .v dU'JaafaaM t ' . '"j "., ' v. AWDr restaurant; N. is West Broad Street Ifflporler "of ItneLiqnort & Cigars, H.i: . WHOfc6S4l,E AJIDKETAIU r ! WHISKY, BRANDY, VIKE, ..u si-. ! iQLtaOs bi all Kinds; 'KJEfXatrty MRettTnrsrie yearr oia Donraon Whisky. iQr weojty-fi barrels pare, a to .U years o iela of the befit hundi. WF11 b. mold bs th. damiiehn ktg or barrer: also, all' kinds of Wines and othaj jjaflirrsvby j tMSmrth Htch-streetl TO j. .raovrsoM. . I. BMITH BAILEY. THOMPSON & CO, Voc27ff&:ffiit St, CoIumbBM Foreiirn sua4 Der IcExcbsuisxcHO-! ! j. c rnmva a a vma ana. , t mcari . Blanejr : -if T" OOILKCTIOX& fBOXPTL TA TT3SDXM .e-to an remitted ror oil the day of paymen PROPEf SIONAI.. : l Nor.l l7- South High St., i" & 'W.' ANDRE Wt3, A t torn e v a t L a w. 'i " ".f - nm m i' f s : j el2iiifs?SIC8 (at the Bmckeye Block j OOltUER OP' HIGH AfTD BROAD STREETS to eM,gatfinee on HifjV street" "1 may31-dly 0I II J i li 1 ' 'ira J i Attorney sud 3 Counsellor at rLaw ;t:iMkoNETA,;:;;i:-; erfw !kiJ ei'J vdAmfilavl Or rrMtki: ht : tto Oaar" ' r Wevten Ohio , .etHi !.' OTEIiS AM? NEWARK. I2wwisrliii' aid third streets, Jua JaaV 3-V3 SI S "J "V M m. '14 POKIHUT BCCIIH0HA3S BOUSBS - Hast ftariY We PnbUfriSqnarc, U q n .NEWARK ; OHIO 3 f ft in. - m Tin riT r . . ( autoar. :CXAIBI7DON hotel; .mm iti i-iivi'ier!st A'raJ' ,nnta'J-. -AfliBM. DsUIV KfOI5 CO.V, Pre)irsi f'ilTL ' knon n ss the Walnat Street House, and 01 ml "le ed.rmriniOTwem.Eta noon the same, it is no "thorooiblT re fornished, pf iqted. carpeted and 'most-eirceMent condition, and iriu fiom this dat.be -the CUAKEKtON B0TEL.J. We shall o most "happy to see 6ur friends and, the traveling publio, 'andruarantee the aecomuiodations of tlia yiafen-r oon ro oe eqami to aaynotw w-UAUUf tr.., j..tti Q' ltof Mason On.,!" Of Maysyilta. Kj. d imp arrxtaof Mt. sjtwlfilfc K. -" JaWTftfe House kaTrnit been thoroockly repaiia B orated and newly fnrniabl. is now open.-.,.. If yon require a reliable remedy to restore yon, avDdmnnvelrregalaxitteaorObstraetioas. why.net BsethebestT vi V ... ImAm VMM til. Jlli.btMt IrHmllTltTAf T. tore isjbable to bringiea BadaebeUiddines-bow (Spirits, Fainting, ttrmncs. 04 men me oiooin fcealtb fades, the apt fails, and other symptoms more distressing ooujuienoe. as vv easiness, opinai Complaint, vthe: W ktest Frolapsos, 0, Ao. never failing iemedy will be found in 1K. HAUrET8 IEI9ALE FILIA, The experience of tbir y years has proved they Dave no equal for Removing jUbstractions and Ir legulerities.-NO mttb vroh what catbb thkt xmmej Thfi are safe and sore in every ease.i Dp wards of 50,000 boxes are sold annually, and no com plaint of their efficcy is ever heard, for they ac complish rkat tbey Te represented to do. -Sold, in t axes OonUHHifSitv fiO. Price One Dollar,. t," '1 ! - ' ' U PB, HAKVEY'S COLDES PILLS is a remedy tour degrees stronger t- an the above. and intended for special cases of long standing.'. - trie. ive itollars err sok. -. .:,. i "If you cannot purchase the rills of your. Drag gut. they will be sent by -mail, not pout, from observation, on receipt of the money, bv J a.altt Ptti 4a, lmsalting fnysioian. his Broad, way. JJow.i orkj.iFor salasu Dnuuists generally.,: B.n-OUN'&MEN-"'s'1 Ptna Mmerieaee of the "Past ten Tears "has demon atrated the fact tha the utmost reliance may placed in tneeaieaoy or " " . BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS for rtlie- ipeedji nd permanent eure of Seminal yT,frnuiii, Kmissinns, PhMieal nd Nrvoii De bility. Impoteooeror want of power the result samai oioe s. ox r - - 17 VOSJTBLFIJL LNBUtCKETlONi, which, neglected, rains the happiness and unfits sufferer for Business; Social boeiety or Marriage, sMafagwtermiraeee M sn untrmety grave. Make no deAayHs-Mluag)tln.senMdr.t BeU .Speifio Fills can be used withoat. de tec lion;, or interference witn business parsurts. p pi Br is iECE-lA'-f WsW sSrtf ebtlieti VegeUble,' andpdrfectly hsrm- lessw thaMSMUn Eaihiwxeenainaat)pilli full 0iraMoiii aad, a. trsatiss on toe eonsequenees ISdMUJk feitsl yoneanaot! procure taeu of yens; Drag' flst. Bend the money to Dr. James Brt ah. Consult, ng Physician, 819 Uroadaa fiew . Vprk.ajid, Wilt be sent h mtnrtt ol mau. free from, observa- tion. for sale by llncgisti generally. " OYSTERSlOYSTERSlr, OISTE Ri-JlhCI VBB r 9A IIT nllKTi.ftlna . lw.l. . Nn. 183 Chestnut street, baitimprav-and Cbam jrlavi'a WBarOorfoli Va.Thave. established a. depot Ho so ixortn nigr street.' " . ', Ai ordrw by aiarl wirl receive prompt attention. mwtm, uAvcviuife.veaters.- - , . ... wami btO'Statesmatt Spirit of the Ohio Democratic Press. SENATORIAL. r,Th6 McConnelsville Conservative nreea the election of Judge Thurman to the United States Senate. J '. ' v ' . ." , [From the Hancock Courier.] ' United States Senator Beinz absent from our post for the last two weeks, we find on our return, that a larite mvioritv. of our Democratic exchaoes, so tar as tbey have expressed an opinion on the suoiect, are In favor of JitdiceThurman, as the sue censor ol Ben. Wade. . While the Judge has our decided preference, we have no fear to leave the matter with the able body of men npon whom the selection devolves, eonlident that they- will not elect a man wno win not be acceptable to the Democ racy of the State, and will not fill the place with credit and abilitv. and who will be an honor to his constituency and the body; to wnicn ne is elected. , [From the Mt. Vernon Banner.] XHK IN ext bRNATOR. The general ex pression amonir the Democracy and with the press ol Ohio, is that Thuruian is the proper person to take the place of Ben. Wade in ; the U. S. Senate., Our choice would be Pendleton, but the presumption is that his will be a higher office, heuce we are for Thnrmnn. The Democracy of Ohio have a splendid array of men of ability who are competent to fill the position',. yt ean nme Ranney, Jewett. Vallandigham, McUookv Mortran, fusrh, and a host of oth "er,either of whom would be an bono; to Ohio in - the Benate Chamber. Fremont Messenger. " ": J "JJ-i Any one of tlie gentlemen named by the Messenger, if sent tif the U. S. Senate, would be ad honor to the Democratic party and to the State-of Oblo-. t As the Senators from this district, and the Bepresentative from this county, ; were elected without any pieages Demsr askea or crtven on the sub isct of the S. SenatorshiD. -we are en nreiy wiinnj; tney snouia taKe toeir seats tree and Dittrammeled to act as they deem . f .1. .1 e . i . . ucat iuf uia vvuu ul bue Aciuuurabiu party and lor the welfare of the country, having entire, confidence in their honesty, patriot- ism-ana sonna Democracy. . ? , . ,n [From the People's Defender.] ! Amonq the papers of this State now ad- 'ocatlnsrthe claims of Mr.Tallandlgham tor United Mates oenator, we observe the folio vying ;. ... Dayton Ledger,. .Hamilton True leteqrapn. ferry Count U ntoit. Spirit tff De mocracy. Holmes County Farmer, Adams Coun tu Defender, Kenton Democrat, Eaton Demo crat, Jit. Oilead Register, Cratqforct Xbunlg f orum anoint, y ernon jsanner: Many papers yet remain neutral upon the subject. True Telegraph.'.'",' J .'. ':.7,4.mn,') These are the oaoers that have come out boldly . and declared, for , Vallandis-liara. while there are many favoring his claims wno,- rrom some cause or Other, have, re mained silent.' We see in the above. list several papers that weTee! proud to be classed with, as they are acknowledged by an nanus to. Da the ablest county papers: iu me state. .1.L-111.1 c-.tui [From the Piqua Democrat.] XJ. S. SknItob.'-A laWrof 'Congress re quires each branch 6f the Legislature, on the second Tuesday after the .organization. shall vote by voice lor a Senator, and at noon the next day shall meet in toint con ventiOB of the- two Houses, and the pro ceedings of each branch shall be read..' If anyone man Has a majority of the votes of me omt convention, a majority 01 ail. me members 'elected; to both Housed, being present ana voting, ne snail . De. declared fleeted.1 if :no one- has'snch" a ""majority. then the joint convention is to oroceed to vote until a Senator is elected at least one vote each-day being; required by the law. The Ohio Legislature has to meet on the first Monday (fhe6tb of Januarv. and. the election of a snccesser to Ben. Wade "will take place on Tuesday, the 14th of January, isos. tie-win not, nowever, oe entitled to take his seat until March 4th, 1869. [From the Mt. Vernon Banner.] From a' source entirely reliable, the Mt. Vernon Republican learns that Pendleton. Thurman, Jewett, Morgan, Panney, &c.. have mutually agreed to unite on one of their number to defeat 'V-allandigbam.i lor Setiator. Clerielahi Herald,' . .. ... :i When we observed the above statement Llfl .the. Bepublican wti liid not- eonsider-it wortny. ol notice, as tnn editor ol that paper is mine name ot arawmg upon his imagi nation tor tacts, when writioa about Dem ocrats; bnt when Bascom's falsehoods are copied into respectable Republican papers. like the Cleveland Herald, . it becomes our luty-td notice them; ' We are authorized to say mat there is not s snadow of truth iu the story in regard to Messrs. Fenaleton Thurman Jewett, Morgan, Kanney, &e. having mutually agreed " to unite to de feat Mri Vallandigham for Senator., . Bas. com has just about as much ir re-lie-able ' luiormauon ot wnat is going on among Democrats as the devil has in regard to woat t&Kes place in iieaven i , i-.. [From the Stark County Democrat.] la i 01 A . i'sTHK UHITBD STATK8 SENATOBSfilP.' We shoold have preferred that the selection ot U. S. senator bad not attained, thus soon sueh'large dimensions. Bur, as it is a ones tion to be determined by the Legislature elect, tite importance of the choice has in xuiced an .early activity, and the canvass tor .several of. th4 gentlemen .named has already become somewhat active, at, least throoglv the journals ot the State -t-'We tmst the Democratic members elect will not be swayed in their duty by any in fiuence of doubtful import.' We learn that certain influences in other States are par. trculariy busy in meddling in our business .The Democracy are abundantly able to set tle their own State affairs,' and they have undoubtedly elected to our general, ASr sembly capable and Honest men, who will judiciously and properly dispose of the suecessorship to Ben. Wade's place in the senate. ... .... . ..n :. The Democratic members of the Assem hly: will doubtless consult the. wishes ol their constituents and ' act accordingly We rejoice to see that the gentlemen named lir,-connection with the place are capa Die ana wortny.- i nere is no douDt tha among the talented gentlemen named, C L....VaUftnQlghara is the cordial choice -of the people- - With due and high regard to the other gentleman, they look upon Mr Yallandigham as the man, of all others, to succeed Hen.. Wade. They have not for gotten those endearing terms, ' Vallandigi ham and liberty.".. That name, too, is asso ciated in our hearts, with, '-Liberty and Union", "the Constitution as it is, aud the Union nas it was," His' high and noble bearing during the days that tried Demo eratic souls, and .his especially, enshrined Vallandigham In the Democratic heart We hope to see val. elevated to that nosl tion where bis great ability and sagacity, his sound ' statesmanship, constant uru dence and vigilance will influence the leg illation of bis country, and promote the success of Democratic principles. PRESIDENTIAL. [From the Hocking Sentinel.] be of the they ifil at Thk Presidency. The late defeat ot the Radicals in. Ohio has struck a respon sive chord in the American heart. The reign iof terrorism is over. The formidable I rdnt of Republicanism is broken, and the beaten cohorts ol that -party are .in ignominious retreat and contusion, beyond tne power ot any trumpet, drum, nie or warlike in Btrwnent, to recall to order ahd organized resistance. . Patriotism divorcea from par ty has struck hands with hopr, and the people agatn begin o breathe freely,and the great nearo i tae -js ation begins to. puisate jwith'something of its original healty force (ind action? -Petty tyrants,' 'I6nr fed and clothed at the publie expense., for some jnppose service t the State,.sitik back their original nothingness, and, like evil spirits, absolutely yauish out of sight.. eitizen- of Ohio-? is. to-dav-r alto?eth ir safe In his -person and' his property, and i ii- ... ,.i . tsu iic Aiv. V, n ivBicru witu tne consciuuer gess that his chamber will not be invaded at the dictation ot a military satrap, or self constituted spv. The trial hv furv restored and banishment exlstannlu i dory, s "But for the Democratic party and nie glorious euirtbe.wuu neaaed ltdurin the lark Deriods or the late war. thn yestlge of cbnstUutlonalliberty would have Been swept away,, leaving to our children the sad heritage of discordant States, be llL'erent factions, aspiring chieftain, minnd cities, suspended commerce, rivers run ni red wift Wpp4nd:couoUesx!emeterie8 kindred de-td. and Pomuev When the legions of Cse?ar met in terrible battle at Pharsalia, C ito wept at the mutual slaugh ter of Roman citizens, and his god-like weakness has ever waked the plaudits of the christian world. .: ., ..: ' . The Democratic party has had its Catos, and though during the war they were de spised and persecuted r yet -now that the rush of battle is over, and men have come to themselves they loom out from, and tower grandly above the mere things that fattened upon human blood and grew rich upon public plunder; panic and disas ter. --The people ot Ohio owe a, debt of gratitude to a handful of . her sons which time wi 1 only increase, as time -will only nuke their services mors manifest a debt of gratitude abdVe the pitiful considerations of office and every post of honor. And In this debt the Mster States ot the West and East all the States of the Union, partici pate knd arfe jointly bound, having received the benefit of their distinguished services performed with a, religious regard for the pubnc wear, when fanatacistn rased with unbridied license and liberty Iookel al most in vain for an abiding pface. During these trying and Inauspicious times. Judge P. Van Trump, of Fairfield, sat npon the common Pleas bench and passed upon somebf the -most grave and responsible questions that appertain to the liberty and safety of an American citizen-. The frowns ot power and threats of Im peachment could ..not intimidate: him or drive him from hisJirm purpose to admin ister the law as he, was jound by his oath of office. Proudly and sternly he gazed upon the mob, and looked to 0-od and jus tice lor tiis support tn tne ordeal through which he was called , to : pass. Time and sober reflection have approved his course, and now that the rancor of party has sub sided, he stands confessedly among the ablest Of Ohio's statesmen and jurists. Aa the present representative of the 12th Con gressional Districted uuio, ne nas now tne good opinion ot an men wno regard the on order of things, and who are not willing to sell their freedom, and sink their manhood to the level of the wild untamed tribes of Africa. We therefore nominate Phlladelnh Van Trump, of Ohio, as our choice for the next Presidency, and if the West is to re store the dignity, of th'S high office, we know of no man more likely to effect 'a consummation so devoutly to be' wished."1 [From the Auglaize Democrat.] ThbComjuo Canvass for Pkksidekt. The current of publio atiairs seems to be drifting with unerring certainty toward the election of a Democrat for our next President. With this fact before us, it were proper and just to discuss the merits of those who may be Qualified and available lor the place. In our judgment we want a man wnom I'roviaeoce nas evidently ue. signed for great things; one who, witn a great-and pure mind, has added experience by lessons taken-while our Government was in its purity -one who, if possible, was the associate and pupil of the giant 6tates men or this country, tnat tor a long time commanded the admiration of the world ! One not too' old avid yet not tod young. In the extended waste that now everywhere greets the Intellectual vision, where is there such. an one? We answer unhesitatingly and with emphasis William Allen, of Ohi ! For twelve years he ' was the associate of Calhoun, Webster, i Ctty. i:Bentoni Silas w right and Douglas, and, in most respects. the peer of them all ! He is now sixty-one years old : certainly in years, as a states man, lust in nis prime. ..we tnererore pro pose to. the coming Democratic National Convention,, for President, William Alien, ot our own state. .;(..,;, .,". . ;i--' - . J -! - !!,! 1-.:i ii [From the Stark County Democrat.] ' George H.Pkndlbton for President.- Some months since; Mr.' Pendleton was suggested as the Democratic candidate for President in 1863. it immediately met with a hearty response and approval from a large portion ot the Democratic press This was the case throughout the West, with remarkable unanimity. From pre sent appearances, Mjr.Pendleton will be the unanimous choice of the Democracy of Oh to and tne T5 rear West for that position. i ne editor ot tnis paper was one ot tne delegates at Chicago in 1364, who labored for the nomination of-Mr. Pendleton to the Vice Presidency, and. at the time we would have couch preferred. , to have seen him nominated for President. " Mr. Pendleton Js eminently qualified for the hisii position ot.i-resident. lie is tne experienced.' consummate and prudent statesman the aceomniisned' -gentleman and truf-patrlot. It is time we had such a man at the head of the government. It is time onr government was once more placed in the hands .ot men; -worthy and able to tread in the steps ol .tue illustrious Jefler son ana jacKson. [From the Hancock Courier.] ,Thb Next PRnsirENT.----.The announce, ment ot the name of Hon. Geo. H. Pendle ton. as a candidate before the Democratic National Convention , lor .the next Presi dency, so far as we have seen meets with unanimous and most hearty and enthusia tic response from the Democratic press ol Ohio, and wb might say almost oi tne en tire West. .. No man combines more of the elements of strength with the Democratic masses 0t the whole country than Mr. Pen dleton. And if elected,: be will take into the Presidential chair talents and ex peri ence of the highest order, and preside over the affairs or our (joverninent witn such dignity and intelligence as will redound to the honor of the country.. . . . [From the Shield and Banned.] u --HonGeo. H. Pendleton. The" whole northwest and southwest too, are ablaze for this distinguished statesman tor the Presidency, and will come in as a unit for him at the National Convention. Thenom i nation. is due to the great northwest, and their favorite son having a Union-wide reputation for brilliant statesmanship. sterling integrity and irreproachable char acter, his nomination would thrill the na tionai heart with confidence in a better future for our now tax-ridden, oppressed country, and respond with his triumphant election.-" - - [From the Marietta Times.] The Cincinnati Enquirer, in a carefully eon eidered' article, has deolared -for Mr: Pen rlleton as the democratic candidate tor the Presidency- In this instance, the Enquirer does not lead public opinion: it follows Mr.- Pendleton was as clearfy the choice of the peopleof the Northwest six months ago j as now. We have not yet seen a Democrat i who was not for Pendleton as his first 1 choice in 1888. , [From the Dayton Daily Ledger.] i In the present position of affairs, the no ; ble statesman of the West, George H. Pen , dleton.'is looming up as the choice of the ! people th masses jot all parties. Their i voice will be. mighty, and to it must poli ticians JEast, West, North and South give ! earnest heed. [From the People's Defender.] i The Presidency. Hon. George H. Pen. dleton, is certainly the most popular man vet eboken of for the above mentioned po sition, and will, undoubtedly, be the Democratic nominee, for that office. To mention his name, strikes a terror to the hearts and souls of cur Ridical enemies, and already they have opened their- batter ies upon lilun. . ' [From the Piqua Democrat.] to Thk Prksidency. Many of the papers of both political parties are now engaged Sn discussinp: the merits of proposed can didates for the Presidency in 18G8. The Democrats are seeking for the man best qualified to fill the office, while the Kadi 1 A r.n4irw' tfin nifte-' a vo ? li HI a gvi a ti cals are hui)tinr the most available man The Democrats seem to be confident of suc cess bat the Radicals act as tbonah would take great strategy to save them j Tbe hero ot the Appomatnx apple tree, as the Commercial calls General Grant, Is ex- iieriencins a new rival in the person General mil. siierKian, who is presented bv tbe fanatical New England States. Spince the result of the Ohio election was itsoandidate Judge Salmon P. Chase, who it ciuHUQ-ni who vnf3 muHi conservative men injthe Union. Thinkot It: Salmon Chase a conservative candidate tor President! VVho"il a tliunK lir- "7 JJUtthe result of the" Ohio election had srreat effect to take Kadi-eallsn-tout ot fellow. -;' ! Go on-'Kids. Thepeoole will Kn ntt'lt.' or Salmon," Ulyssus, or PhH or any other man tnat you may iiiaue up your ticket. STATE CONVENTION, &c., &c., [From the Holmes County Farmer.] no of Statb CONVitNTios.--Manv of our changes are giving their views in- regard the holding ot tne next btate Convention optnewuoi January.-- - - The elections this fall were the skirmish- es precursor to the great Presidential con test of next year. In these the Democra cy have won the vantage-ground, and good policy warns us w. seep up tne nre and push "on the charge. Let no armistice be granted lor the enemy to reorganize his demoralized forces ; no time given for the advocates of negro supremacy to white- wash theirodious propositions; no sleep ing on our arms while the bondboldins: aristocracy are getting up false issues, hir ing speakers and subsidizing presses to pro tect them from the just demands of an op- fressea people, iet not oui nanners De owered tor a single day; but let them float upon every breeze, and upon their ample folds be emblazoned In letters of living light,! .-v ,;. , , , A UNION OF EQUAL STATES! WHITE MEN'S GOVERNMENT! PUBLIC ECONOMY! EQUAL TAXATION! , ' THE PAYMENT OF THE INTEREST- BEARING DEBT IN THE CURRENCY OF THE COUNTRY! : .. .., 1 And by this sign we will conquer. A. view of the situation and an apprecia tion of the labor before us, forces the convic tion that the interests of the country im peratively demand the holding pf the State convention on the ,, --. ' i EIGHTH OF JANUARY! [From the Bryan Democrat.] ' The State Convention. We hope the Democratic State Central Committee will not tail to issue a call for the holding of the State Convention on the 8th of Janu ary. In the result of the last election we learn the advantages gained by holding an early Convention. Let us gWe-beeit-to the wesson. ' "..,(. i i xnv jsprzngfleia irantcripf iiavmx suggest. ed the propriety of the Legislature electing M.'L. Bryan,' Esq., the able editor of the Madison County Democrat, whose office and books were recently destroyed by fire, to some office within its gift, Mri Bryan de clines a candidacy in the following lau guage : , ': .. ; ; ,- - '' ' ! Thank'ee, Mac: thank'ee: but really, we. have no aspirations for legislative hon ors or emoluments. . it is just as tnucn as w can shoulder to run a country printing office we couldn't think of running the Ohio Legislature. . There ; are plenty of gentlemen, willing and even anxious to make' the necessary sacrifices, to accept1 clerkship in the Legislature, but we doubt our patriotism to that extent. Our thanks are due yon just as much as though we hankered arter.it" -;:! Mr.1 Bryan' is one of the most modest and deserving men In the State. ' V- ;', ,; J The Hamilton True Telegraph strongly arges the election ot Daniel Flannagan to the Clerkship of the State Senate, [From the Marietta Times.] We heard a Radical, business man,' who by the way receives a large Democratic trade, remark in a decisive way that next year they Intended to drive their hogs up to vote to onset the foreigners.,: ,1am ol tnat kind is very-objectionable, and. If persist ed in, we shall give more particulars as to who the gentleman .-r-J remont Messenger. Were it worth the pains, we could men tion several business men in Marietta who, while sufficiently- glad to get Democratic customers, neglect no opportunity of vil- litying the Democratic party and the men whom Democrats support.- ineir oigotry amounts to sheer folly. Others, we are glad to say, pursue a different coarse, and while they sustain Radicalism, are content to let their opponents alone. Most of this class advertise in The Times a sure sign of politioal as well as business liberality. [From the People's Defender.] The Banner. The flag promised by the Democratic State Central Committee to tne county making the largest Democratic gain in the state, nas been awarded to Lawrence county, she having made a net train ot 1221 votes. The Democrats of old Ad ams would like to have received that flag. but they are taking -'theirs" in something else than a striped Punting, -instead oi : nag. we srlorv in our resurrection oi Ad ams county, in the redemption., of our Senatorial Distrust and -the wiping out of the three thousand Radical majority In this Congressional District and placing instead a Democratic majority of nine hundred. Lawrence! take the flag! You hare earn ed it. well and nobly, and we, the Democ racy of old Adams, will put up with the glory of being in the same Congressional District with you, and the purity ot tbe political atmosphere since the election, Selaht ,.-. a CiaECT IMP01TAT10I FOE THE- FALL AND WINTER TRADE TO WHOESALE BUYERS. Harris i mm lOT & IOO Town St; Would call the attention of the Trade to their fall lines of : ; ,. , ,. : ENGLISH & FRENCH FtLwtcy Goods. Hosiery, -. ' ' ' '' GloTesi'- : Dress Buttons ' uii (I Trimmings. THE SCIOTO TAIXEY PA1 ; AND SHOE THREADS, All of their own Importation,' -' . ALSO " . ' Domestic Woolens, - Clotlis, . CassU meres, Jeans and Tweeds, Bal moral Skirts, German, town Knit Goods Men's, Women's and Children's 33 ' - " ', And a full line of ' ' YANKEE NOTIONS. An exeUnination of 8 took cvnd Prioea iolio- ited. oeU7-eodlm it of P. t. to XJ Gr Wholesale &, Betail. -AT - BRAUN.BRUCK&CO.'S, r (Successors to the old and well known firm WO. NORTH HIGH STREET, W HOLES ALS AO SMTS FOB - AYERS FAMILY MEDICINES. '. , ' :. ' ":i . . ' i . . ... - .-ii, j ; ,, . JAYNES' FAMILY MEDICINES, ' ! ,. "Pbofbiktors op ! ' '' DENIS'S ARNICA LINIMENT, ''.!'.. I ,,j j. ', DKNIG'S AGUE TONIC, 'u. !ocU6.eodlra- DENIG'S LIVER PILLS, ASTON, TAYLOR & HUFF. , :. Deaiers in : ; 1 " HA R D W A RE House Furnishing Good), etc., "' 20 Nor U Mlgb Stieetj GRATES, 1 j op kvert Variety and pattern " '. ' At lowest prices, at , J " ' " ASTOJf, TAYLOR & HTJFF'S, FURNACES AND RANGES. HOT AIEL FUSNAUES AND C'X)KIH&. KANllSS With latest improvements, at -": ' ASION, TATLOH 6c HBFf'S STOVES, i AW EXTRNSTVE assortment of offtoe. liMt THK JU3 1 l.v UHl.r.rlKATJSU IIJA ! ;.' HO CO I COOK STOVE; ALSO. THE HOME COMFilKT COOK' STOVE. AT . ASTON, TAYLOR . fit HUFF'S, ' - No. SO North Hlgrh Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. oct31-eodlm-r . SLATE AND MARBLE; MI 3NT T X.. 3E ;.. Finished in the Highest Style of Art, at 1 j ASTON, TAILOR HtFPfl c. ducreuxs patent For Inslantaaeous Detach meat of: Horses i from Carriages. v rynit IWGKW IOCS AND VEHI CSE- JL ful invenuon, which has been patented in the United States, France and Kngland. is now offered hv tha anbs-Rriler to the on lie. feel in 7 aaanriBti they will find it, npon examination, one of the rr-pt sitent; lDventianaoi mease. - . Prominentamone itsadTantscesare: First The facit;tT with whica horses mar hi messed to or nnharne?sed from a C-arrias;e; also; trenderins; it unneeejsar?f'r the person nnharne-fs ins to pass between or behind the horses as is cus tom wv. thus avoid ins any liability of beinsr kinked. SacoND In cae of a norsa falling, he maybe loosed irom tbe earriate in one second, without the ; driver leavine his seat, it is so simple in its oper- awinn taaia cdiiix eiu wuih - i Trtr" and Ubkatbst In case of horses taMn fright, becomiriL nnmansg able or running away, the tarribieeonseaaenoes which fa freaaently fel low mtv all beavoi-ied by thii simnle soolicatinn to arnases. as the bo ses can be loottsd from t ; CarriQ6 " twinkling.' and the Carriage mttzkl'u and. af lit atotvnetl. - Mr. 0. OUOKELiX v several pnhlio exhihi tinna. The srr-ut favor aad Draiset. manifesttd br the public on these occasion, is one of tbe evi dences of a popular appreciation of its mem, j Terms may be known and orders received for ap pb ine tbe patent toCaniaces. or purchase of State Bg-tts. hr aaoressmto oet2-d3m' 83 Elisabeth street. New York. M'COLM, MILES-& MTOALDS 1 G 1 O C E B 8, T DEALERS It FORGIGKI, DOMESTIC and Staple (groceries in all tteir varietiis. PROPRIETORS OF . . ! COLUHBUS POWDER MAGAZINE. Agents for sale of the Hazard Powder Co.i Powder. Aloo, Agents for tbe sale of Gardner. .. "-' ' - Phipps A Uo.'s Celebrated Sugar-Cured Hams. ; Imported Wines, Brandies. Cigars, etc. ! M IV! A N N & 0 0.!S BALTIMORE OYSTERS, CASHED. FRUITS A VEUETABLEa, ETC.; Constantir in Store. 1 - ,.s- AH Godds Delivered Free of Charge. Or ders solicited. MrCOLll, MILES A JioDOSAT.DS. oot26 d4m 124 A 126 South High St. ; ' of 'i 1 " NUTTING'S.i;; PATENT WHEEL PLOW IS BOUND TO HIVE AS UBGB sa'e as anv farming implement now before the American people.' Ha been tested tor months snd Dot found wanting. Any Plow can be attached this Machine. 8. nd for circular with testi-i-onial of ex-Governor John A . King and other celebri ties. Coontv or State Rights sold in any part the United Sta'e. ' The new PAPENT BAG HOLDER is emphati cally the farmer's and grain de tier's friend. Dees the work of two boys in holding a bag open, and lWith it afarmrresn ba'up grain. pota oes,app-es, e.. as fast as two mn the ordinary way. Having large sales in the West where first introduce j. Re tail price S5. Sent to any any address. Count State R ghts in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Ne v York State for sale on the Bag Holderand goods supplied. Send for illuat ated eiruular. Ttao-e is a good pay ing bu-iness to be done in either. Territory sold low priocs. 3ENNETT. JOHNSOS A CO.. ,., ' auel8-d3m 45 Der street. New York, OLD EYES MADE bw easily, wuh- out dootor or meli- oines. Sent postpaid, on receipt of 10 cts Aaaresii Dr. E.B.FOOTE. .No- . 110 Lexington svenuo. cor. ot Ji.as 23th st.. N. Y. "-JClCURB FOR -THE .SMhUPTURED.-Sent ?3? postpaid on receipt SS 10 cts. Addre m.' m. B- FOHTE, (au- b?."V-'inor 01 medical 1 om- tnon sense. hook 400 page8,,al.Sfl. rent or aianj.no. nu l.ox ington At., eor. Kast 8th St., K. Y. Sent in sealed en velope on receipt lOeents. Address Dr. E. B. FOOl'ENo. 110 Lexington Avenue, corner of East 2Sth street, A. Y. .--i.-.- . sepi-d3in ' La Mirandeao Frencb Remedies ' Have raved thousands all over Europe. ' ' Hsvinc been for many Tears the First Assistant Professor La Mir.ndes' Private Hospital in Pans, and having been induced to establish a branch this country. I am now prepared to furnish his cele brated remedies for CONSUMPTION. RHEUMATISM. SCROFU LA, etc. ; Also, the Genuine Imported ' VITELLA-HEALTH'iJ GRAND RESTORER The only cortain enre for a oonatituti- n shattered the excesses and abuses of youth. Do not be tampered with by inexperienced physi cians. r 1. Address your communication o - Db. G. W. KKRSIER.. -.-.j 835 Westth rSt . New York. Advicb Gratis Hut if you give na the full bis tory of yorr case, the Consultation Fee of Inree Dollars should be enclosed. " ' . Ladies may address us in full confidence. . JOHN short. P. H. BOTCB. FRANKLIN MACHINE WORKS SHORT & KOYCE, BtTILBBBS AND BSrAIKBBS OF'i ,-r - STEAM ENGINES, IVIILLWOKK AND AI L KINDS OP MACHINERY. BLACKSMITHING. WORK. Aa. BOILER I Water St., bet. North A Last, east of Penitentiary, j OOLUMBUS,OBIO. jaaT Special attention given to Repairing of Ma chinery of all kinds. nov2-dlm6m FIRM. :J.;SCH?JEIDERV LATE Of THE Fl Km OF J. SCHNEI DER A CO, No.SMS Fourth street, has opened a new store lor ui oussnesu oi recuiying ana sell' ingliqnors at . .. . , IV os. 33, 34 & 36 West Broadway. ;The new firm will be known as J. SCHNEIDER CO., aud tfteir stoca oi I ' NATIVE AUD' FOREIGN tTIlfES I . .. And Liquors wi'l be second to nond in tbe city Hopin to receive a share of the-.city and eonntry trade, and determined to make ours the first Liquor Hoase ia Colambas, we invite an tn.peciinn of sto-k. J. t-CilJM!.li-l)t A CO. L oolti-dly OHIO FURNITURE CO., MANUFACTURERS OF : FURNITURE!! Nosi 6 7 and 8, Gwjnne Block, East Town Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO, i PARLOR SUITS. KTnhoKony, Rosewood a aid Wal- ist las llair-clotb. eireem Rep. aaid Itrocatellc - v .-. 1 ... i CHAMBER SUITS. Rosewood, Wal.nt, 'Cheslanl sand Oak, finished Jev Vursti)h and on. .: mm Dining; Room Suits! Walanl, Chcstant 'and' Oaic Ex tension Tables; Wnlant staid Onk DinlnB' Chairs?' Cnae-eat sand Wood a Oalr aad Cnestnat Side boards. ' '-' '. Haircloth,. Grea K-p and Damask JLonng;es ; Secretaries; Book Cases and Etagerc . II ask, Cotton, Hair and SprinK Mattresses.. . T Tucker-, Jones and Ie Camp's Patent Spring Red Bottoms. '" W lmvN tihii iAinvm ariifttes of the latest stvles and of superior quality, buth in material and finish, and guarantee prices as low as ast house in .the trade.- -4 -.r ... i., :- 1 v". OHIO FURNITURE CO. I : " '"' ' 1 ' ' J 3 .' K i B RITTIN G H AM, Snp't. B. H. HowB. TreaS.. i , j sepUO-eod-lj oct28-wlr-r ... . : ; A to o or at of of of at in by , -Lu6-dly-r , j. our UNIONBLOCK C0TECTI0NERY& RESTAURANT CHAHLE3 KNOLL, 1 j ll J.'l 1 DEALSB "isf Candies," Ruts, Fruits,'; ,V iocs, Cigaw. :' etc r'WD- - - j . FRESH BALTIMOBE OySTEHS, j ,..,,1,;; At lowest prices. , ,. j MR- Game Served in the Season.., ' . No. 303 S. High street, Columbus, Ohio, octal eodSm-r -'' R. JOKES St SOPJ, Druggists andVApblhecarics, DEALERS IS ' PROPRIETARY MEDICINES PERFUMERY, .FANCY GOODS, ETC. '"' PSESCRIFTIONS CARKFqLLT COMPOUNDED. - :.iIVof &0 Nartb HI Kb Steeet,- .,; oet25-eodlm .vtriM ' COLUitBVS. Oi FOR SALE. TBE STOCK AIn FIXTURES; OF DRY GOODS STORE, In a desirable location, with a fair business al ready established. Inquire of : X. 11 TAFT A SOS. 1 ' - as North Hiah street. 1 6ct24-eod2w J "'' Columbus. Ohio. L. 8IBBBBT. : "' J. W. LILLBr SIEBERT & ; LILLBT, BOOK BINDERS, BOOK SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, , BOOTH HIGH ST., OPERA HOUSE BUTLDIHG, janl9-eodly " COLVKBVS OB JO. Np;iV1ILUNERY,ST0REI; ,',V Mlts'. A.DOWNING TAKES PLEOiGIIE IX INFOKniKO tbe Ladies of Columbus and vicinity that she has just opened ,', ,-.,,1 A F.ne Stock of Millinery Goods; A. 4 tttvltM th.m tanall and examine before snr chasing elsewhere. ''.-, .. '..!,. tit. 67 AOBfHBIGH srilEET, i ..1- - , (three doors north ol Way;.-, septl6-deod3m-r . WAFITEDI 4 CENTS TO $GLL A NEW. DESIBA- h'. and nnnnlnr invention, bv which energetic agents can make from'fKiO to S150 per month. En close fifty cunts and obtain sample and circular by return man. ' Address. . . STEWART A CO.. . Sole Manufacturers for the West. . No. 6 South High street, . Columbus, Ohio. P. 0. Box 1295. , . toctS8 eod3m WANTED TO EXCHANGE. A TAIiCABLR HOtEL 1MEBFST JrV. in Kmnklin. Pa., the centre of the great oil re gion of the Sta'e.for farming lands in Cajitral Ohio. 1 he nouse is new, nrsi, ciass, eiraui,,j- inruienru. U0 rooms, has all modern appointments, is popular and doing a g"od business . , t n fui tber intormation. aaaress inniuiaercignea. or Richard Roberts, W orthiugton, Ohio. , J. It. iii.i:ii-, estSMeodSw' , 'i i'ranklin. P." FALL HHP WINTER GOODS. 1 N0.220 South High St., iOLuniu -s, mo.,.. HAVE JTC-SIT BECEIVBI THE largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of . -, French.. ; EMarl19"1 " . . ... i i: -Dontostio Cloths, r CasBimeret., Aso., For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at -the Iow "Ibeeoonstantly on hand a well selected READY MADE CLOTHING. ! - JOHN HUNTER, sep5 ' ' ' "! ' :; ' ' 280 South Hiah street. : ' Mi'--- COLUMBUS .'..? ''; t'l ORcFA:bfbRSri -! mi- i . i .tion. '. 1o tH:--''i Sfiu'i- YHG UN DEH SIGHED, HAVIIfV last I . .mnint.d . Pine Organ for tbe.Uennan lnde- nendent Chttr."h, on Mound street. Columbus, taites i i. Phnmli Anminitiees throughout the State, that he is tow ready to contract for1 Organs of i ,! .nd refers Darties intere.ted to Organ just completed as f iaTi'? iic ?n OcLUo-dtf HEW GOODS I lBM-HaTS iseuived their F A I. g$ ran s C K A MA "3 J. U OF DRESS GOODS, (CLOAKING SHAWLS; '-TRIMffl CLOTHS- :'-T. ik) i.-,"il- (-1 'wii:;-: '; s-f... AND R C ASSIMERES. Also, a fall line of 'tio iii;l Domcsiics ..JC9t'2,R?liid,Pricfc. Madame LeFejYor's Perfect Flt ; UnrWts,1 Price $ A;!.!?. A New id Glove, - Price $1.25. -,"!'. .:tij-J if i! Vti.h'.M" - -! '!- J-.H) i -..- Ui;,i ; ' ' 1 k. i "'- ' ' . A fulT line of the eelebrated ' - i BON TOX HOOP SKIRTf The publio are invited to call and examine. ootlT A. C. HEADLEY A. CO. A JUST: 'RECEIVED;! XT TV ADTUMN IMPORTATIONS Fine FreacH OntTels, tn colon; Fine "Elerdons, black and do. do i -Finer Pilot Beavers, a: , . Fine Piqaet Coatlnffs; do, do ,,; Scotc-h Suiting; ..' , .i.i Friezes and Elysians; , ;. . English Saltings; c . . French .." do.; . ; .' ,,'. f, ... ., ' French, Cloths and Doeskins; , AMERICAN i '. - !' CLOTHS AND CASSHVIERESj ,MT STILES OF OVERCOATINGS ; Vesting- In SiUc; i .- -. , : .. ij-'i!! Testings in Cstsbmere; . , ,.. J.-.'-n iiUmJ fil 3.y"i ! aP!"-! i-uin : BOYS' ,AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING j V! HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNISHING GOODS. '1 " Alexandre Kid' Gloves,' Jonvea's -' Kid ' iGlo-.--., ' Laporle Kid ' I ' .! -.i CjIotcs, French and Esg-'' ' ! ' liwla Mali Hose,- ''!,;" , GE3VTS'' UpEiWEAri , . In Medium and Extra Large Sizes; : Xles,ScM-ev., CiloTesH , lUiaen,: and, .j. Paper Collars, White !Sitirts,i,i f t vv f '.-vii Cassimere Shir !..!(!) ,:' ". - ' y- SOLE AGENTS FOR THE' $ IpiAMO ! , Woh are made to Measnrej ., ,(-, J ,j . CLARK &iWANDER, " ' ! ootlS-dSm". ... 121 fouth High St( - " "The Pen is Mightier than the Sword.?; THE GOLD PEN, , BEST AND CHEAPEST OF PENS Morton's Gold I Pens,' THE BEST PEBS IH THE W0RLlyj:", Foi" tale at , JVo. .25 , Jlfaiden Xrane, h JYe - York, and ' by every duly appointed jiff ent at the tame' , 'Morto?i 'makes no iPent stamped, ffttA the 'JVame br Trade-marlc of, any other therefore,- where' an jlffency-it established, '- the public frill be best suited, and at , the) same prices, by calling on tfye 'jiffent j in1 all other' 'placet1 those wishing - the Morton IPeri; must'. tend to , Headquarters,, where. ' theirl order .will receive .prompt ztten-, tion, if accompanied with the cash, . ' s Catalogue, with full' descrip tion of sizes and prices, sent on receipt of letter postage. . - A. MORTON". , ' ' any tbe is 1867.: .AUTUMN 1867 EXPOSITION. 1 '.--li ',- .1 .I GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO. 1 (Sacccssors to "liain At'Son,) Nos. 23 to 29 Sonlh Digh Street Are now displaying an entire new and elegant as-" soitment of -' ' . .Hlch Fancy Hre'ss Silks ' Eatra lieAvy Black Silks; ' ' : r ' Novelties la Winter DrfW Goods; Empreas Cloths and French Sic I ( rinos - " ' " ' ;''.'f:'''- ' ' : ;'; Tnrtaa Platd Merinos and Pop. ' :iln.;.:--' !-. "' ; '-'V """ i -"-"' "-! j Monrnlng HressCoodsej :i i Alpacas, llombaxines and nar-1 jthcas-; . '.,; ;' ',. - ,., ; : i French and American Prints; .... , j Cashmere Robes o Cbarabre; Heal Lvoaa VelTels and Satin J - i: -f ; Chinchilla & Aslrachan ; Cloak. .; - ;!;'. . -, : .'. 1'1 ! Lauies'and GsllenieBVlFrs; . i: j Real Ijtces and Embroideries; . S EW4lT"n "n OomestVc Hoxlery; 1 itrtoad Cloths and Cassimeres;' ' ;I : Flannels, Linens and Cottony-' : ''' i DrOche A' Paisley "tionff ShaSTls,0" ;m.V ;.'": !'-' T'-" "' " 'i 'j.'i'T .!::ni(Ki nonl'fii tiih-.H mr;"',:) j J')rl .A'ptaTerj first quality and ri j r aji , LOWEST ' jPItlCES. ' 1 ' ALEXANDRES KID ; GLOVES FOR E A DIES, MIwtES AWlD E-v TEE- ' --mm, is every site and enlor. the latcest ' tortment ever exhibited in this city. Alo. just t,( - erened, an wveice of Taseled and Embroidertd' " Kid Oloves of another celebrated mke. -i j -j .'jjtit II GILCHRIST. GKAY f"0-, oct8-oct23-dly Nos.!3 to 33 South High st.