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8 OA ion
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AJAH--TjwUpeaKg,.,ireeeh iutrlKiB: (w IDre
"t nonth or lougerj oont one-half torn Pail
-e J. M0 for firHifieerliqaV MM ft(.
A Bonuses S oneC W carta each Insertion. '.
1- JWtwmJwitowraortmtHt U paiS for it
-i . HM wUri u t-u.-j .j. y 1 )
'KiiTOifn a otic8, ou pnoe. -
t -j . i ARCHITECT-0 lVa'
OfEe. Bo'. OS South Eih itnwt. Afobot Bnild-
.AirDRNikVrAT-LAW A KATOBUW
i . ATT0 f -AX-LAW A NoUn PobUs.,
ATXOWUfi A T-LA W A HoUry FWf4
T f.ffiA 111 UAk U.-k mm.Jk
. tl Anoticireernd DMlsiia IUI SttBtal Ho as
C kpM4rood8 ViotAioi Notions. ' l- llri
. , -,.,-r t. ia. T West Brakd itreat.
v BATH ROOMS
resner.': ' Hot ud: Uol
,!Vr7 Hb 4 Hair Di
Bath. Uuemeat PttstoflioeJJ ildia.
w dook Dinaers diui . iwe auuuiann.
l.-.t ' ' -
- Opera RaiHinv.
BOOTS & SHOES.
f i M4 ctoata tliD street
J aet repaired, an
lecuit aeaortment. Aw si Ties, low Drioes. La-
dies, please eU. itn-i . . i . . 't j
. "-i- 1 tbe noted house for good Boots and Shoes
I al low prices.
Aie ftook iaotreoeived.
r,n . M. Soatlt Uick StKMi.l
i', , . :,J0AL 'DEALERS. ' j
; . -, .-..i , , ,
lJpWHliV'ii!"'"' " -:'.-. I
, tl Xii : ieJt i ViUebargh and Ohio 0oUP Also.
Cok,.Drain 1U and. Siene Sewer Pipe. . . i
! COMmSSION .MERC LIATS,
-''TT FITCH ft SOW,' " - ' - j
v'Xlt Camiaisoa.Fer warding and ProdaoeMer
r hanU,4aienU UJii,ur, S WV Bioad
, itreeL. , .. .., i
n I; 6-
kiaaand Amerioan Corsets. Also, Hoop s kirts. i
it i.'..i... i i .- . '. i 181 Opera House. f '
Y.WlllBula and lKstaM -Tu1ffr-r
Quceiiswaxerl41ais,'lUd1Uuods, Uawpaaad bamp
rixrares. . ea piortn tiiga u
isY"' 1 '''' A , t-r-H,
, V Jatparter aed. .Wholesale and Retail Dea
"'In Crooksry. Ohina, Ulass, CuUer. I'lated Uoodl,
n r il iwon eonia Burn
1l Vl .M.V
i 11 1 U
1 DENTI5TRY.'V " .T
B' II Astlklt'eTBAttlNOli
s , 9 "" l VUa wpf,, , -
a ' ' ' "
WWTtmJVKXTIST.t-Tb but Ityles
. lVXi erf Dealeilry.Jtonlediait Dtw' liaprovau
..Mineral rUtv .Uaee,Maa4l Upera- Bloos;. -
i 1 y
.-utfTae - DRY GOODS.""' '
'""" ' 1 ' 1 ' .
CEBEHs.VAuV"ia : to e-u .,.' r- I
. ,a iJealere la Uri Uooda, Notions. Carpeta, Oil
Cloths, alanines. E hades, UaU, ..Uape.aadi rmrt,
eornar flin aLd Friend streeu. ". ' " - j.
JD. DIBOHN tc
e . .1 : i i I e I
alii SoathBliA street.'
.raaar urj uoous.
..IT, JT, At W. It. FAI, -.. ,j.
XI e Wholesale and lietaU Dealer la Btaato and
tsu; i)r Goods, and tlanufaotaren -of Ladies
CloasJ , , 13 a. High street.
1TvVHTM s'r. BKirUNOjfHIS.
-X r i Kraia A Co., eash dealers ia Dry Uoods and
l Not! .at, ih aoath r onrth imtk : - ,
TAnKI NaCtlH'Olil, i--...-. . .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Dry Goods,
-'AanghtoaBailding, No. 118 and tU bouth Higt
-'treet. -- .:.'.!. ,
Oeslen 1n rttania and Faner Drr Goods and
- ueate-runuQin wooas. no. nieu uunsa.
GlLCUHHTt GRAY Ac CO., 1 1 ' '
irealeri in Staple and. Facor Drj Goods.
h.. . - ti o. Booth High sweat'.
V.e toreijrn and lomestie lr OoodSj Cloths,
a ma, eco. kw a sa boikb sliga streat.
".. . - , .DRtTGISTS.
lifOT DHDVITttHli, ' "
JOHN H.-KOBKRTS. : i
frugtlstand ApotiiaeariF. - - '
VA North High street.
, Tif AttfLut: de Ati rsux,
WiOithSALE A EBI'AIL DRUGGISTS.
k!T)BAV". BRICK fc CM.. : '
' J ' Wholesale and Retail UruiiiBta, and Dealers
1 n Propria tar jr Medicines. . ,
: 4 North nigh street, i
Jesiaoers. kDwrevars and Publishers. Nota
rial and other seals engrased to order. I
Kos. 107 and 109 Sooth High street. I
S i j PURNITURB, ;&d.? ii i
CUt,UHIBl7!CARlrT CO., ' I
ts in c arniture, lQairs. atattrassea. eto.
o. il Soatb High St. (upera Hease)..
OHIO t UMftlTUKb CO., i
Manataotorarsot first el ass t arniture. Whole-f
sale and KetaU Wamroouia, o, 1 and & Uwynua
HOUSE " FURNISHING.
V ' B. ARMS I hOKti A CO , - j
ijltm' Dealer-in Mantles. Stores and HousaKur.
Dishing Uooas. Also, J. in. Copper and. Sheet lion
-rVare. . V. r,ast'l'owa ttreet. ,
A KENS TfJAKTs "
J. Hons FnrBishing Goods, Mantles. Grates.
. Coppar. Xin and buses Iron. Stores and Mantles
- ' SIW South High street,
a io,ta lob ft Hitrr, .
V Dealers in Hardware, House t nroishmg Hoodf
Marble and Slate Mantles, Urates, u.yes, Hot Air:
FDrnaoes, AO. " zo nortn nign street,
oave , sewing, .Machine.
.43. . AltBIAfMf-' ?-i-'
J5e Deeler in Musical Merchandise, Boot. Sta
tioner j a ad vaaer
tionerr aad r'aaej Uuods gaoerall. JSpeeial Agent
fur the oelebrated bliafl Bowe uoia J4
io. e oouta nun street.
. :, HATS 't CAi?S.. r ,r ,.
J : - . it
.sum- n. iiALtv ' . . .
JjA ' (Uaeeeeeorto t. lnO Dealer In HaU, Cap.
-vnrt ana ctraw uuuus uuum uu bli cow.
. .. r- r - ISiaa UeldeaUatr
rHOQp? skirts; j;"-
5-; . I
JiJ Mannftotarer and "WJoferaT ''Btaler In Hoop
tslrirtf and Oorsets.- aisp, neaier m uwa Aopuer
00 A Y
' 1 a.
; HI i x it in l .! ; :
aVTL1 I av"aVI iOJJrt.ri.if.stArr -r1 -f.-ri .,,.....iL . . - v.j, .....
0l .CS.aA-laAr.l. oool" HsW'nil . . .. . . , ' "'
.,.,., j .ii! fin! ', ' ! I I ' 5. J( I f( -i :! i ii ,:Y-'- '' ' mru'l'd' :o -r', .& i(-i n , i.' (ii;,-.l J i:i '.i: if iii.i- i m
rMONDAY- MORNING J
August 3i; 1868
UNITES) STATES HOTEL,
Corner High and Town streets.
K. J. BLOUNT. Proprietor.
ZfcTTLBJ HOUiajMK) t r"-! I
Corner Koarta A Frieod (ts. Commodious
house and extensive istablestu jr ''ttI
L. A. BOWKK3. ProorTeW.
IfERCHAHTRi HOTEti,J -t;'5--111
140 uonth High street. Good stabling attach
ed to premises-
W V. THATCHER, Proprietor.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE
aranee Companr- Assets, $18,100,000.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Uolambas, O.
GEN tEAL A'JENTS 8eeari Life IDrannM
pOlBg lflgUHAWCK CO 111 PA "I OF
nrtJolnmSnv'. . kpitel and AmU. 4ilU7.
W. CM, BAITER. Pee'y.
Nos SAT Opera House
Merehant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,;
131 South High street, j
THE OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO., 186 S. High st. Genu':
salt mad. to order. Ready-made Clotbingal
(I Merehant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Uents' i urnishing Uoodl. -f;'
No, 61 North HigB street. 1
MERCHANT TAILOR, M0 Sooth High tt.1
Choiee stock of Clothing oonstantl; on hand.
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
11 S. High street. Opera House Bloek.
MRS. A. noWIMNG,
Deilerin Millinery. Straw Uoods and Trim-sM(Bi--Ne.
T Mrrth Hih street.
Dealer i Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd Fanoj Goods. 130 South H-kh street. ;
ANDREWS Ac HULL,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
Ho. 6S Sonth High street, nex' door to Postoffice.
1 News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
sr. Pnblioatiens in both German and Eng ish.
231 South High street.
' r -v-
Manofaeturers had Dealers in Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, S3 A 86 North High St.
Nrvsns ex in ens.
Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers S6, S8 A 40 North High street.
Ii m.jMM ww in arc r cvrinst
JJ fHOTOGRA PHKRS.
81 Sou'h High street.
e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in ererjr style and sise.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems. etoi, eto..
No. 13S Sooth High street.
EM. DOWNS, in. D.,
e No. 8 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Ere, Ear, Heart, Throat and Ludju. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
JF. HARRIS Ac CO.,
. .Wholesale and Retail dealer for Light A
Oo.'aaeV Hainee AkBc-o.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodepns and other musical instruments.
i-.iMOM i -4.-. ss North High i treat.
J. Aient for Chkkerinrt and Emmerfwn's Pi
anos. Also, Organs.
Melodeons and Sheet Musio.
a i south High street.
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner Stat and High streets.
CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
AETNA 8BW INS MACHINES, A
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JfiWELRY.
O B. UllNBAR A CO
Li. Dealers in Fine Watches.
Speotaole. Ae., No. 11 Eat Town
GATES Ac HAHRINGTOH
(Su"essors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, watch s, Jewelry, Bilrer W are and Bpeo
taoles. No. a Neil Honre.
FA. Ac L LElirKREUX,
. Wbalsale and Retail dealers in Watohes,
Clocks and Jewelrr. No. 11 South High street
BANCHOFr BROS. Ac CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Qoods-and Notions.
S and 4 Gwjnne Block, Town street.
DEED, JONES A.CO,
anufaeturers and Whofesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. Gwjnne Block. Town St.
A. WORD WITH YOU!
DBRAD IS THE STtFF OF
XJ your most important artiele of diet.
The heal U.
of your family largely depends upon its being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
-', 4 I i I. 4 - ' r ex
Would joa hv it so ? Then tue only
AO-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-BH
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
white and beautiful. Take a pound home
to jour wife to-night. She will be
delighted with it. .
r .' jii ij " ,'JE
Bayers of Soda should try par f n
BI-CARBOMTE OF SODA.
We guarantee it Dot only fsr superior to any other
Amerioan make, but eren purer than the best New
Casde or English Soda.
MANUFACTURED BT TBR
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
1 " PITTSBURCH.' PA.
TT-1iukW:oal-r"2 ' ,,,l 1
MISCELLANEOUS. Bank Notice.
HERERT GItEN TO
.11 whom it ma, eoncern. that the Citr Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent . Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an indepen
dent .Banking tjompany ai me oiij oi vieveiaua,
Ohio, under an set of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February Mth, 1843. being desirous
of relinquishing and elosing its Banking business,
to that end has. in porsosnce of the statutes of the
said ntate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered tbe
ffme tn the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hare provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
beoretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio to- the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National Citr Bank
VWW..S 'hersatd citVaf Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
sank is located. ------
order of the-Board ef Dlreotora. rf the
k of Cleveland. July th: 16 T." "
. LE M U EL. W ICK. Eresidenk,
Jyll-dltawCnt ii v v. t.t .
T. ALLEN, Agent.
ILL CONTINUE THE COAL BU8I
NEss at his present stana.
No. 1SS North Hlch street,
and will take order in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
tbe lowest msraei prio
.ar..Hni tmnatoa aaioVjro-ljaii titnua. y-x r
LliBt I'i-.t lcj
We, in Washington, are Awaked.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
J - "By Yf Mhiagtoa. In this caption, Is
aslagtooGaerDssy: County, Ohio, Disj
triot 16-i-lamed omwhat lor belnjp mis
fepNsknted by the Infcmous 'BIhharh4
'ijrtlch ettr toWnafbrestftcJ and vicinity,
were ! vpred by the advjent to-day (.HonL
J. M. Estep, ourDenocratie candidate fo
Ctongreaaian'rr tiondepVC Converse, of
vnjiutnuua, accorapiuiiu oj w o, hii
locaf di$ tingue bf bur Bister .village Cam
bridge. .;lCi&.U Hub v-jm Y.'.n '
8oon taiet nner feoly'eijiwi jj'th
"hone fcrid'alnaeiebpyehed- underne free
in the Academy Campus to hew Cheae fen
tlemen.dlsciiag the'nolitieal Issnes'that nov
ajtiute the people 'of Ithis Katfoo', as? the
migtiiy winus uu tue water oi tue sea.
A eture iutd-beear. previeusljrjel-eeted by
than prince of -'Uk9! builder,. Mr.' John
Lawrence, assisted .by a nole corps of ex-
'"peri 'k'lrtiajrftrJlatpnfl, jifff Ira; ' pitcher",
tumbler. yaler,et etera. were, oa- hand
t . r Irx, front ot tbierostrnio.,h people aa
. g embled, and took their seat,, A nore ,orj-
derlr and decorous Dolitical crowd we have
;I . - ' -.'it
. sewonxeyer seen, j.nta may jiaye, in pari,
been'owlne to its. ''visible j Admixture y
character quite a number of our most
respectable lepuWican Irlendabelnp; prea-
"ent, and some of them remaining most all
ten tive and apparently , interested hearers
till the close of the exercises. And I am
sure they will all say that little was spoken
that coald possibly offend the most fastidi
ous Radical, were any such present. '' ' '. J
r !- The, African element in the audience was
totumnil. After an informal . intioductlon
oy Hon, W. Lawrence," Mr. Estep arose
" and lira most calm, truthful and 'convinc
ing rnanner reviewed (he issues ot the' day.
'Mr. Estep Is as pleasing In person as he Is
in speech; 'The ladies say he la handsome,
but this Is not the word. A noble, manly,
' erect, dignified port expresses id. His man
ners are-qntte clerical and his genera)
bearing is that of a' well-taught, accom
plished, talented and conscientious gentle-
. man --just such an one as we might trust
without fear of disappointment. : As a
speaker he is earnest without being bom-
, bastic, and forcible without being unduly
emphatic. His rhetoric is smooth and cor
rect and seldom reaches the florid or figu
rative, but his logic is tougher and stronger
than the green withes and cords of Samp
son.' 'He showed that poor;Bingham was
'bound iii' the bonds of iniquity, and was
' "highly culpable tor the mal-administration
of the present Congress.' -That he notonly
-voted' tor, b'lt originated, most of the evil
measures that now mar the peace and pros-
perlty- of the - country ."''That, personally,
he was a 'gentleman, but,' politically, a
leading fanatic. And for more than an
hour Mr. E. held the undivided attention
of bis entire audience to a masterly review
of ourstatus as a people, on taxation, bonds,
reconstruction, and. especially, our duty to
call, yea, demand, of our rulers, a far more
.rigid , economical, administration of the
government...'. , , . , , ,;,
He showed the Bingham fallacy thatA'the
rich, nob the, poor, paid the taxes "t-U was
: the consumers, and not tbo importers paid
the tax, on all, they eat, drank, wore,, sat,
rode or slept on. ; And yet Mr. Bingham
had said id a speech recently -that A. X.
; Stewart pf. New .York paid more tax than
.the entire Sixteenth District composed as
it. is of five counties! A man that could
believe this could. certainly not be blessed
nr itb that modicum of brains' with which
; nature usually girts a goose! -
'UMr.'E.'s expose of the awful extrava
gance ot Congress, in voting hundreds of
millions ot the hard earned money of the
: people, to sustain Paciflo Ballroad monopo
lies, Freedmen'i Bureaus,' military despo-
titlsmsvimpeaohment projeots, and In other
equally wicked ways to perpetuate Badleal
toWer, was Boost terribly true, and must
have out to the quick those-present who
from time to- time-vote to' uphold men in
carrying out these dishonest and detesta
; j As be went on in his jtraphlc portray-
. inent o tbe social and commercial to My
, nothing of the moral; ruin to which Radi
veal rule was fast rushing us, some of the
conscientious and honest f Republicans
present bung their heads for shame at such
,an exhibition,: add seemed to wish it were
, not so. But as the speaker proved it from
the printed official records there was noes
cape. . And I much doubt if, the sheets in
wl.ich they read of Radical virtue will ever
again be able to blind tbelreyes to the cor
ruptions of tbe party that they, in the loyal
innocence of. their hearts, had thought'so
jmmapulate. ... .... ,
,The day that defeats Bingham and elects
Josiah M. Estep, of Cadiz, to the next Con
gress is a day that will be, not only to the
District but the nation, a blessing, and re
lieve both of a curse. 'And that this bles
sing wilt come is about as certain as that
' the sun will rlso on the second Tuesday bl
' October. ' ! ' -!-'- - 1 ' V'"
-Good bye, "Mr. Bingham.' Of thee' I
-would say -
-thou art a man -
Versed in the worl", as pilot to his compass.
The needle nointina- ever to that interant-
Which is thy load star; and thou spread eat thy sails
With vantage to the gales of human passion." .
. After Mr. Estep bad concluded this most
effective and pointed speech, Mr. Converse
addressed us. This was his first appearance
before a Guernsey audience. As he acquit
ted himself well, we hope it will not be the
last.' He boldly charged the Radical lead
ers with design to subvert the Constitu
tution as it was framed for us by our vene
rated fathers. . He gave a lucid explanation
of the- structure- of onr government, and
the workings of its three-told departments
of Executive, Legislative, and Judiciary;
that the functions of each were so guarded
by, constitutional restrictions, and bal
anced by the equipoise of justice as never to
conflict in their legitimate operations. 'Con
stitutions were sacred things." Tbey were
not made, but grew the work of years and
generations, rather ttan 'of .days and indi
viduals. .That it was a most solemn and
wicked thing to strive to subvert them.
This could be done as effectually by Ih t
alow.inaidlous machinations of the fanatical
demagogue, as by the' bold hand of tbe
pronounced traitor. He showed that when
the power of any one of these indepen
dent departments, of government were al
lowed toeonfiict, great injury, if not total
ruiowas the inevitable result. .That here
Congress, was. cuipaoie. xt nan anorn tbe
j Executive of the greater part of his au
thorlty, both as a civil official and as Commander-in-Chief
of the army ; so that now
he waa powerless to- do 'pr say any tiling
. authoritatively touching matters In the five
, military districts of the South. ' ' '..
- It had alsostripped the Supreme Court of
its dignity and prerogatives, and denounced
; the Chief Justice in tbe most unmeasured
lerms "solely, because he refused to bow to
j itf ilyraiiDicaL behestsl. The president
mast lose his office, Judge Chase his ermine,
. :i I a .i a ii . .il I'ii A 4
and the- people their God-glveh rights and
noerxy tuat, a set oi malicious tyrants may
iteep uie piace .oi power i, bee, too, wna"
tbe anomalous earpetbag governments are
doing In the socall rectrtstrncted States.
He Instanced Louisiana, where a bill is now
pending to compel all white parents to send
their" children to negro schools; and If they
reruse. tneir enuaren are to da taken from
hem ind plaeed as wards under those who
will force them to attend. uny 'i .i..',.-tTj
-i He referred . to other laws in Mississippi,
equalljr' revolting hd terrible.; ;-, ',;
rviu, tbe people, of the JSorth; longer en
dure Ihlsfr Look At the xarpetbag Con
gressmen aid United States Senators gent
by Ignorant negroefrom the South- to leg
islate Jorps 4 phlwhere ajear since we
voted ' down black 'sunrao-a,' b v- ,60.000 ma
These things ought not so to be. " When
the people see them in their true light they
will put AjStop to. them,;, , They will, wipe
them onfciflilfj nat, they Willi soon lead to
revolutions Then wOei woe to their authors!
We t(it be united again to thej'J3buth, It
is hatred ' (Ae 'passion of , the deTilj that
makes the Butlers, the Blnghams, tbe Sum
net dad ithelr: oonfrerwf ' tnwarrla' the
yanquisned as they floTheiBIBle.'as well
ua a common sentiment oi numanuy, cries,
HLiet air tease to be actuate by passions
sovlle."' The spirit of Radicalism fa neither
the spirit of .Jesus Christ nor of the Federal
Constitution; it is the spirit Of malignity.
. -Joi this truly pointed and eloquent strain
Mr. Cwent on for about one hour, and was
listened to with marked attention and with
salutary effect..,, It will.be long before the
people of this part of tbe State forget Hon.
George L. Converse, of Columbus, Ohio. :
--Our own Mr. Lawrence (who is a kind
of pet among the Democracy of Guernsey)'
next spoke, clearing the legislative record
of bis party from the false aspersions heaped
upon it by some Radical journals as to ex
travagance,', disfranchising students and
wounded soldiers. - j. -- '
Mr. L. in a few words set -mrnia- recta
In eura to the full satisfaction of most who
heard. . As ; to extravagance, be- said the
last Legislature just took the .$5 per day,
Instead of $3, voted each ; member by the
preceding Legislature . that had a three
fourths Republican majority.. It was a ad-
ioal law that allowed tA, , Are Democrats to
blame for obeying It? ,!He was of opinion,
however, that had these Republican friends
of the preceding General Assembly only
known that the Democrats would have car
ried the last Legislature, they would not
have raised the per diem; --The sole trouble
was, it went into the pockets of the wrong
party. ' If they remained in session longer
than usual, he was free to confess impeach
ment was the cause, aud therefore tbe Rads
were to blame,
' 'As to soldiers and students voting, the
law (as could be seen by reference), only
put tbem on a-par with other classes of
men nothing ' more. The charge that it
dislranchised them was false, entirely false.
Mr. Lawrence was most happy in this
explanation,) ia' which his wit sparkled
with.unusual purity, causing much merri
ment at the expense of some of our al
ready half-sick, and heart-ashamed Radical
friends. Thus ended this truly excellent
Democratic meeting in Washington., -
t The Democratic Executive Committee
for the Seventh Congressional District an
nounce the following meetings:
MIDWAY, Tuesday. ! September 15th, (Basket
Meeting), .-speakers Col. U. iiabar.E.B. Esh-
Iman and John H- Thomas
WEST JEFFKRSON. h ednesday.- 'Sentember
join, opeaken Jonn 11, Thomas and Col. J. C.
' Groom. ' - v . . i.. ; - '
FLU AS ANT VA LLEY. atardaf. Sentembar 19th.
SpeaTters E. B, Eshelman, Gen. Jos, H. Geiger
ana v. xl. i uoidu.
NKWPORT. Uondar evening .' Inrari si mi.
. o clock. Speaker John U. Thomas and George
SOOTH SOLO IT, Tuesday evening. September 1 ,at
lii o'clock. Speakers Hon. George L. Converse
. aud John H- Thomas.
L'NDON,.Thuradaj evening, September S.at IX
o'clock. Speakers John H. Thomas and Colonel
. jonnu. uroom. - - -
o'clock. Speakers John H. Thomas, J. F. Chap
man aua , vi. uruora, ..
OAK RUN TOWNSAIP,' White's School Houte.
Saturday, September J, at tH o'olook. Speakers
Jonn ti, Thomas and J. F. Chapman.
BORRER'S CORNERS. Jaekson township. Wed
.aesday evening. September B, at IX e'elook.
, Speakers John , H. , Thomas . and Colcnel L.
isaner. - , .
COLUMBUS, Thursday evening.' September 10th,
at Ts o'clook. Speakers Colonel George W. Mo
jook, j onn ti i nomas aod ueorge U Converse,
HILLIAKD'S STATION. ('ridaySeptember 11th,
;iock r .n. opeaaers aonnrxt
. Thomas and
e L Converse
PI) i v t ll VTn v c u-ti
at 7X o'clock. Speakers -Iohn ii Taomas and C
WORTH IN UTON", Saturday, Seotember 12th. at I
r m. opeaKors tion. janei tttiuDDeu, Jona H
Thomas and Col H B Wilson.
NORTH COLUMBUS. S turday evening. Septem-
. k I'l, U . . IT 1 l L. il: 1 1 1. u
x nomas and Hi a Ksnelman. . .
Further announcements will be made in
GEORGE LINCOLN, Ch'n.
GEORGE LINCOLN, Ch'n. JNO. G. THOMPSON, Sec'y.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
, IMPORTERS and dealers in
' SICTER and
' PLATED WARE,
CAKES, - SPECTACLES,
IS ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seth Til Oman sand Watterbury Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
. i. for the
. ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates. '
AT All order promptly filled and satisfaction
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX, '
feble-eodly No. 71 South High St.. Columbus.
. . ".. DBALXB IN "
. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac.,
173 Houth Hirh street. Columbus. O. Reneirinc
carefully done and warranted. my7-ebdSm
RAWSON & CO.,
Importera and JbbberM of
FANCY GOODS, '
Hoaiery, Gleirea, Notion, Ac, Ac
- as Crakmbs and 31 Biadb Stssbt,' '
Near Broadway. JfA W YORK, '.
. Prices extremely low. .Catalogue furnished on
application. Particular attention si vn to order.
. jtt6-dltawAw3ia , . , . . . i .
ONHERWOOD ACO. ARE NOWPRE
pared to furnish from their extensive Nune-
xy,' east oi tne bounty Jcair urounos, oetween
Broad and Friend streets, air varieties of Ocna
..1 CI....L,. V T ..U Una. 1 1. ;
Bourbon and Tea Roses : new varieties- of Peonies,
Cbrysanthemuus; Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac, o. Tbe
collection will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Cut Flowers of great variety ia season. "
.. aDr3t-"w6ni - j. a ... .- v.ui i..,. .
Li: I I ( !!:w
laCT "TT A aT
-.Hon. Gerjco II. PendUelon'ai iA
I f.,.. 1
..i"-- . JMiHneaHj.-., ....,,..:
- ABap. George H.KPendletpn;.wUddre8S
tne people upon the political issues, s iol
.lbws: -.,v.:i,m . 7iiT.f?f.p-.1i-,--j
Umfi7"' D"U 0UBtj1' rW-.i-EhT0I,
?"d,n 00,"ty Friday, Septem-
. . BJfBaT fdu, i It . ' j 1 1 ' a -a aj t . 4.1 j Z ' ' . . . .
, Ateber 6th 1,54 Har0 Saturday,-gepL
;At ClVE"Llls b:MoW.' tieTTtll.'',' I -AtW2.?8TER'
W,"ne oonBt Tuesday1, Septemi
z JHfi r-li.'""'4 'i-yi 1. " t;i:i-M t..
At DELAWHRG. Delaware county., Wednesday,
' September 9th; - ;-' ' -. ' J
rtCoU:Uee W-lffcCooh's 'Appolat-
hi'-t It ( i ,v1iMtm 'SBaoataa;; ,enoJ l-.ui -j
.. .fOoio George MCookitiwith others.
( wiH Address the .people o Soetkern Ohio
nd west .Virginia, :.w uTta nl bra
. At LANCASTERi Monday. A Must 31st!,,.... -.i
-. At NEW LEXINGTON. Tuesday, September la .
' AtCIRCLEVlLLEl Wedaesdayv September Sd.
At WASHINOTOlf X. ..Tlrawdy;' Septem -
fAt WBsWI j
1 H sSr110" furr. Septein-
1 A hIRFIELP' Qre,no eoanty. Monday. BepUm-
' At MT. 8TERL1NG" Tuesday; September 8th ,; ! I
- At CHANEY'S GROVE. Fairasld eounty; Wed
nesday. Septembers, . .. ,. .. 1 ...
At COLUMBUS with John H. Themes' Esq!
i - Thursiay evening. September 10. v .
iHoau rA.' G.iTharaiaB't Appoint-
i- 1 '.'.' '; l IWieBISV - Jt :l (i ;
...Judge Thurman will address the people
; wita xion.ii urltclitield and others n i
.At ASHLAND. Toesday, September 1st.' ''
At MANSFIKLD. with'HM. Jamei k. Hubbefl
' ?5drSth??' Wednesday. September Sd.
At T I Vj- IS with Hon. W. P. Nobleand others.
" Ssturday, Hentembr 6th.
J.t SAN DUSK Y CITY, with Gen. Joseph H. Gei
ger. Hon. W. P. Noble and others, Monday even
ing, September 7th. - - - .
,At TOLKDO, with Gen. Joseph H. Geiger.-and
. "tners. Tuesdar evening. September 8.h.
f At BRYAN. VVUliame eonatv. with Hon. V. C Le
, JjSS.f?!?,1!'! Wednesdav. SepUmber th.
At DEFf A.NCK. with Hoo. F. C. LeBlond and oth
, .rs, rriday, S.otember llth.
XP ABRIDGE, with Hon. J. F. Follett and J. M.
At BARNESVILLE. with J. M. Estep. Hon. R.E.
.FVfJ'uT'S othe". Wedne-day. Sept. 18th.
At URBANA. with John S. Leedom. Esq.. and
1 . oft? Wednesday, September 23d.
-At P10UA. with John H - ituinm P.- Tt. TT
v"ao?.VJr ,.fSQ-and others, Thursday, Septem-
. Al MAM1LION, witn others, Saturday, SepUm
AT B A I'A VI A, with Hon. Nelson Barrere. Hon
David Vv . Tarbill, and others, Tuesday, Septem-
- ber I9th.
AT GEORGETOWN, with Hoo. Nelson Barrere
. 5,n?.?ih.or.- Wednesday, September 30th.
, AT HILLSBOROUGH, with Hon. Nelson Barrere
. -nn oioers, inursaar. uotober lit.
AT LOW DON, with John H. Thomas. Esq.. and
; ouers. oaturuay, uotober Sd.
. , ., .
Hon. Philadelph Van Tramp's Ap
' Judge Van Trump will speak With Col
Geo; W. McCook and others ' " '
At LANCASTER. Monday, August Slst. ' '
. At N KW LEXINGTON. Tuesday. SepU 1st. -AtCILCLKVILLE.
Hon. Jolin F. Follett'a Appolnt-
' ' mcntfj.
Hon. John F. Follett will speak with
Hon. Gforge W. McCook and others, ' ,
AT CAMBRIDGE, with Hon. A. G. Thurman,
Tuesday, September 15th. . ...
Col. JhB :'M. Conneira Appolnt-
1 ' Colonel John ST. Connell will speak with
Colonel George w. McCook and others
At V7ASH1NGT0.Y C. H.. Thursday,' September
At WTT.MTtVRTriV tVMiV SSmt.... itt. 1
;At MORROW. Warren Co.', Saturday. September
At SPRING VALLEY. Greene Co.. Mondsw. Sep-
At MT. STERLING, Tuesday. September 8th.
Men. J . II. Geisr's Appointments.
Gen. Jos. H. Geiger will address the peo
ple, with Judge Thurman, " t' .
: At SANDUSKY CITY, Monday eveningVSeptem
.. ber 7th.. : , ., . -o .
AtTOLEDO, 8th. ',
Hon. Nelson II irrere's 'Appoint-
Nelson Barrere will discuss" the po-
" liticaf issues of the day
At WASHINGTON C. ri ; with Col. George W.
1, wovuua aua oiaers, on i nursday. fsept. 3d.
At WILMINGTON. Friday. Sept:th, with others.
At B AT AVlA, Tuesday, Sept. iSch, with Hon. A,
G. Thnrman. ,
At GEORG UTO Ww.-Wednesday. Sept. snth.
. AtUlLLSBOROUGH..Tauraday,OoU4st. - i-.-f
Ilea. George L, Converse -
,. iWill speak with Hon. George H. Pendle
ton, '; . . .. . :
At SPRINGFIELD. Wednesday. Seotember Id. '
At GREEN VILLE, Darke county, Thurday. Sep-
I , .......
;' ' Hon. Prank ncKliary
"Will speak with Hon. George H. Pendle
ton and others
' At KEN TON. Hardin county. Friday. Sept. tti
AtNORwALo., Huron county, Saturday, Sep-
. wmoer oi,u. ...
.. Gen. JTosepta II. Geiger
Will speak T . ' . .
At BRYAN. Williams county, Wednesday Sep-
iciumr v n.
At DEFIANCE. Friday. September llth.
Hon. IV m. Huagea aad Hon. C. W.
Will speak with Hon. George H. Pen die
ton and others
At KENTON.Hardin county, Friday,' Sept, 4th,
' ; ' Colonel L. Ilaber
Will 8peak . 1;
" At ASHLAND. Tnsdav. Sentem her lat. :
At MANSFIELD, Welneday. September Id. C
AtTIKHN, Saturday, September 6th.
' At FAIRK1KI.I) Ornanq nnnntr. Snlamiun fl
AT MOUNT STERLING, Madison county. Sep-
- " Hon. Jamrs R, Ilubbell
speak with pthers . . -
At MANSFIELD. Sept. 8L '
' At TIFFIN. Sept. 5th.
' Wm. Hessley, Eeq4 of Cleveland,
. Will speak with others
- At MANSFIELD, Sept. Sd
At TIFFIN, Sept. 5th.
. Further announcements of meetings and
speakeis will be made hereafter.
E. F. BINGHAM. Ch'n.
W. W. WEBB, Sec'y.
DEMOCRATIC GERMAN MEETINGS.
, John B. Jeup, Esq , Editor of the Cincin
nati yolksfreund, will address the people in
the German language as tollows :
HAMILTON. Wednesday. September Id. i
DAYTON, Thursday. September 3d.
PIQUA, Friday. September 4th.
C il.UMBU-v Saturday, September Sth.
MtNSFIKLD. Monday. September 7th.
WOO STER. Tuesday, September 8th.
CANTON. Wednesday. September Sth.
AKRON. Thursday, September loth.
CLEVELAND. Friday. September llth. 1
NEWARK, Tuesday, September 15th.
ZANESVILLE. Wednesday, September 16th. '
WHEELlNGCbyan-ange-nentwith State Com. of
. West VaJ, Thursday. September 17th.
. All the above meetings will be in the
evening, unless otherwise : ordered by the
' Wm. Merk, Esq., of the Cincinnvti Volts
fireund, will speak in German
At S A NDUSK Y CITY. Monday evening. Sept. 7th.
At TOLEKO-Tnesday evenine; SentemberSbh.
At BRYAN. Wednesday. September Sth. - - , -.
At DEFIANCE, Friday. September llth. .
.Other German meetings wili.be here
E. F. BINGHAM.
Ch'n Dem. Ex. Com. O.
GERMAN DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.
IXGS..-, n x-.-H .7,
C, liOewensteln," Esq., will address the
following meetings in German :
LOCKBOURNE, Hamilton township, Tuesday
evening. Sept. 1. -
PLEASANT RIDGE. Montgomery township
c Tburedayevening, Sept. a. . 1
GROVE C1TY Jackson township, , Baturday
Ch'n Dem. County Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
4. :!' f.,
1 EDIIXIA. BllIIlJBIJS OUEASTUE.
HCnPHREYS " ,
nofllEOPATlTIC ; SPECIFICS '
TT AVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE
.xpenence, an entire enoccee:- BimpH
usin? them : so harmleea as to be free from dan.
' gcr, and ' so efficient as to be always-reliable.5
. They have raised the highest commendation from 1
ail, aou wiu always rentier sauslacuou. , ,
Wo: - - ' ."Cent.
, ivuurea are vera, (.'ongesnonv in nam man ons.x
S, " Worana, Worrh Fever, Worm Colic.SS
j-S,' " cirylna-qplicorTeetlringof InfantsSS
e, 1 i iarrna 01 cnnuren or AUUlta. .10 :
6, " Dysentery, Griping, Bilious CoUc.2S
1 e, - Clielerw-jlorbna, .Vomittng.j...S8
-7, " . Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis. .. 85
' 8, ' ' Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache.'.iS
' , ; ; HeadachesSickHeadache, VertigoSS
10. . H IVSnRla. Rillnnfl Ktnmnrh 9K
'11, . Suppreaaed, or Painful Period.. :a5
1 12.i a "VUHea, tooprofbsePeriodSi...,aS
'18, " ' Croup CouRh, Difficult BreatbIng..2S
7 14, Salt Kheum,EryBiDela8,EruptioBe25
10, stueamatism, Khcumatic pains, .as
ia'1 Pever Ac As-ne. Chill Bever. Amea
, ,i. ft Mrtwr.m. uiuju yrHieeaing.t ...... ...,ou
is, - pin ai ray, ana sore or w
i lt" i:-. : Catarrlaacot or hronic.IaflamE&60
SO, u "WIioopine-Cou2ta,vioientcougb50
Bl,'' 'u Aettama, oppressed Breathing.... 60
, SA,- ", , Ear IlTCbars;esunpsire4heaiineua
S. V,' rf I M ,M, ,.,l olflitHa aMlm.Vjl
L.T M, if"4 eeneratDeblUlv.pEreioslweaAmesaM
,,. liropsy, and scauty SecreUoDS....50
VliMS- Klnney-Bleeaee, irvei .....
8? Kervou. DebilUv Seminal
Ow'.!',;! wrEmleeAanav liuwluatary jDia-'i
Sore Month; Canker
,t, 1- "njl rlnary Wakneewettmgeed&
a-ai,ii ui renooa, wiin spasms. .5U.
si. f f Buaerlntreatohaniroof life .: 1 110
! 1, !iif Epllepsy,Spasms,SUVltns'Daneel 00
84,- Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat.M
L-iia. ivvjurxti oAaxm " M-
Or 35 to 70 large rial, nsrtee . "YTr;
. or rosewood case, containing; - .,
' ' a speclne fer eTery-ordinary ." " "
.."disease a family. Is snbject to,i
" 'and books or directions.. ' -
i-'Tni .- ( --i (..; iFronf $10 to (SB
with 20 to 28 vials... ..Irom 3 to 8
-; ior vunng aua tor reventlve 1
- ' 1 treatment. In vials and pocket cases,$2to$a '
T V'POND'l EXTRACT; ' Ji i-.-i-, i
Cures - Burns, Braises,- Laneatis. '
Sorene.s Sore Tliroat.$nratns. Tooth-
ache. Earache, Kenralgla, Ithenma-'
rues,. Rolls,. Stlmsna,, I
dlnsr or the l.n n.a I
Sore Eyes, Hleedlns or the Lnnss,
Nose. Stomach, or r JPile.i Osr.. ul
cers, Old Sores. Price 50 its. to $1.75 .
tF" These' Remedies, except POND'S EX- i
TRACT, by the case or single- box, are sent to !
any part or the eountiy, by mail or express, free :
of charge, on receipt of the price. ' 1
- Address Humphreys Specifio '-n''' f' j
Homeopathio Mediolne Company,' :
: Office and Depot, No. 66i Bkoakwat, New York. '
Dr. UrTMPHRKTS is consulted daily at his offlt
personally or by letter, as above, for all, form
- nisnaaw. . ., .:-. . .. , - k ; : . ii.. 1 .
, J A FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
NO bUGAB OF LliAJD
.. .:. ... - im . . .-'. ; ,;.
-, ; PROF. CHRISTY'S ' ii
Nor any other Injurious Minerals or Oils.
r, . . .. ..t IT IS ... ..; .. , . ' ;
Scat, Clean, , Pure, Uniform, and EeUablc.
'" BICHLf PERFUHIEO FOR THE TOILET.! !
The A.0H0 makes the hair beiutifnl.
The Lotto is the Best Hair Dressing in the mar-
Tho to'tle restores gray hair to its original
color.- :-.- . - ..... !-.,,
The Cotio will restore Hair to Bald Heads. '
Tbe .otio will remove Dandruff. . " '
. Tbe I-otio is the best thine forChlMmn'a Ttmtr
' Tbe A.otio has not been an,l cannot Ha enmuk
e.1, securing to all a clean, healthy scalp and beau
tiful hair. ...
The IvOtio will prevent the hair from fairing
out. : - . . - ..... . ,
The A,otIo will prevent the hair from turning
grar. . . 1 , i . . i.. .
The Lotto is neat and clean, free from all inju
rious mineral aad oils, and can do no possibl
harm.. The Derftim. is delicate iniiHMihlii. W
advise all to use it who desire a rood ha&ri of hair.
- The AiOtt is used by thousands who pronounce
it far superior to the poisonous mixtures of tiugar
of Lead, so extensively advertised as "Renewer."
"Ambrosia." "Tonic," Ac,-Ac -- , .
The Proprietors' can furnish proof to sust'in tie
assernon above. - Room will not admit the volun
tary oerttScates from .individual who have uaed it
Send lor a Circalarand Teatimonial.
' " Do not take anything elee than '
O. It risty' air Lo tio'
If your Prusrsist has not got it, apply to those
wno nave, or get nun to get it lor you, or send di
rect to the manufactory. - - 1
" rOB SALE BT DRUG GISTS GENERALLY.
Price, (I per Bottle. One Hall Dozen
.- for 5.
' - A Liberal Deduotion to the Trade!' Manu-
taotured only by s , n , . 1 fa n-y: -; -r,.j
Prof. AJ R. CHRISTY & CO.,
He iiiio street,.
" Cincinkati, Ohio.
BRYAN'S LIFE 1NVIG0R1T0R,
OB REJTJVE NAT IN G ELIXIR,
For the immediate relief and permanent cure of
inatconaition wnicn unnts tne sunerer trom per
lorming the duties of lite, and which arises from a
morbid condition of the Kidneys and bladder, and
results in nervous prostration and organic debility.
1 have used this remedy in my private practice
wiin unvarying suoeess ior many years. 1 am
therefore induced to offer it to the afflicted, leeling
confident its merits will be appreciated. It is
adapted to all derangements of the urinary Organs.
It strengthens the system, and gives life, health
and strength to all who use it and follow mv direc
tions. It never fails to remove Nervous Debility.
Impotency or Want of Power, and all Weakness
arising from Excesses or Youthful Indiscretion, re
LOSS OF MEMORY. NKRVOUS TREMBLINf.
UNPLEASAUT DREAM S. GBM'L LASSITUDE,
WEAK. NEttVES, DIMNESS OF VISION.
HEADACHE. 1 FLUSHING OF THE SKIti.
TV men, it neglected, will assuredly lead on to In
sanity or Consumption. When the srstem is once
anected it will not recover without help. It must
be invig .rated and strengthened to enable the suf
ferer to fulfill tbe duties of life.
Sold bv principal Drucaists everywhere. -
Price One Dollar per bottle Six Bottles for Five
Sent by express, on receipt of the money, by
DH. J. BRYAN, M Bast 13th st-. New York.
Private oirculars sent freej enclose stamp. -.
"TfO AiADIfiS If you require a reliable reme-
m. oy, wny not use tne nest I Experience Has
i DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS
Have no equal. They are safe and sure in ordina
ry cases.. ... j ...... .
Price One Dollar per Box.
DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS,
Four decrees stronger than the above, are intended
tor Bpjci-l cades, and may always oe relied on. :
Price Five Dollars oer Box.
Illustrated private oirculars sent free. Enclose
If you cannot procure the pills enclose the mon
ey and address DR. J. BRYAN.- 98 East 13th at.
New York, and tbey will be sent free from obser
vation by rerura ot mail. :
rOCNG m E.I The utmost reliance maybe
JL. placed in
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS.
For the speed' and permanent cure of Seminal
weasness or emissions, tne result ot loutnui
lndiscretton or Excesses. Tbey can be used with
out detection or interference with business, and
the. will restore you to bea'th and strength.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR. Private circulars with
instructions sent free. Enclose stamp.
If you cannot prooure the pills enolose the money
and address UR. J. BR V AN, 98 east 13tb St.. Ne.
York, and they will b sent free from observation
by return mail. jra-deodAwly
PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Niw
Course op Lkctuksb, as delivered at the New
York Museum ff Anatomy, embracing tbe sub-
lects: How to live and what to live for; Youth,
Maturity and ua age; mannooa general y review
ed: Theoaue of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for.; Marriage philosoph
ically considered. Ae.
Pocket volumes containing thee lectures will be
forwarded to parties nnabie to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, by addressing SECRETARY, Naw,
York Museum op Anatumt avd Science, bii
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'.;'! fvanhoe Mills, &c
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Aw- AH Orders by Mail filled on ar reasonabt
terms as if present id person.
PAPER : WAREHOUSE.
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The'attentiom of the Trade iff called to the superi-
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Just received nd f " sale by"
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M, 38 Ac AO NORTH HIGH Sin
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r stock ooaipri.es a fall line ef
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W. have a full stock of
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
, lowest market rates. . , ..:..,
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I unsurpassed in the city, including
. ; BRISTOL BOARD, ' ..
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; ; COLORED of ail kinds" ;
And BLANK. 5 : :
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GIVE US A CALI-:.
NEVWS Sc MYERS.
M'COLM, MILES & - M'DONALDS,
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l & i SOUTH HIGH STREET- '
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PROPRIETORS COLVntRTJa PAW
DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Haza'd Powder Company's Powder. Agent for
the sale of
'GARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S
Celebrated Sagar Cured Hams,
- and dealers ia f
FOBEIGJf, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES . . ..
in all thoir varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies,
Cigars, eto. iull-eodlv
In iWM. MON YPENYj '
Forwarding and Cominitioii
' , DEALIB IH ; ,
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
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' st Prices Paid at all time for
Barley, e e., etc. ' -
Wear West End ot flaDA Jbt a Bcldao
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