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COLUMBUS, OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING,:
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OCTOBER 10, 1868.
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.'BRaOKM. - '
e Architect, Civil Engineer. As.
Office over the National L;ebanice Bank -
RKASEK NASH, . ' .
Office. 6S boBth High street. Ambca Build-tn-
JAJIIEK O. BUJLEi. - 'l
. ATTORSKl-Al-LAW A MATOR.
. . ...... tlaycr.'Office
DWiRD T. DelbANk, i- .,
Al iUKftlit-Ar-ijAW A notary rv one. r
i . ' . i Office io Parenn's Building. )
uiMinHiirr. - '
e ATTORN If-AT-LAW Ifotary Pnblie 'i
. , umee ii etoatn uieo street.
AUCTION AND COMAHSSION
Ji-M. BEAL,; : - Hi-.-- . -e
Auctioneer and Dealer in Real Estate Boose
hold (jtooda. Clothing and Notions.
No. T West Broad street.
lEOKCE M4VEK,' ' - - -
VT Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Col.
'Batbs. Basement Poetoffice B lildiac.
.Ljl'-Jb&K'a A. LlLLKX,
to - Book Binders. Blank Book Manufacturers,
printers and Publishers. - .' - -
BOOTS & SHOES.
,"Vr , t. willi a ins dc tu.,
'lit 144 South High street. Just received, aa
elegant assortment, Ae styles, loir prices. la
idiea,pieaesali. . . s
tlVtAloBUtU.j' ; " - -;
J Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoes
at low prices. .New Stock just received-
. ,. . 376 South High street.
-pQBISON & CO , - . -
XV ! Iealersin fittsborgb. and Ohio CoaT.' "Also,
Coke. Xraui Tile and Stone Sewer fipe. .,
No.Cl.iorth Hich street.
1 COilMISSION MERC HANTS.
H riTCH & suw, i- -
e Commission. For warding and Produce Mer-
hants, dealers in Uraio, floor. &c VI W. Broad
iTVa K. SsllfliltEUs 4c C4.. - .
,XJ Manufacturers and Dealers in French, Ger-
nian and American corsets. Also, Uoop n kirts.
- ii ipera House.
XT7M. s ELTON. -; - -
f Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia China,
. Queeesware, txlass, I'lated lioods. Lamps and Lamp
fixtures. ' - 48 norm Higa street.
d -v . a. riAii!
; V. Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
tvoea Oil l.atBPs, Ae. ...
150 South High street.
IV o. 18 ast Broad street.
Mo be the Ai.
n W ' DENTIST. The best styles
-e or uentistry, tooiuding uuno s Improved
-i intra l riaie. timoe, i and 11 upera Block. .
- - - DRY GOODS'
JIBCULY 4V CO..
J Dealer in Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oi'
;ooruer Uign aud Friend streets.
"T '" A. OStKifltN Ac O.,
v x coma ojd sireet.
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths.Unrtains, tila. 1 and
.'I7a.n(v lirw tinntia . .
'u .T. atw. n. rir.
'XJt' Wholesale and Retail Dnnlers in HtsnTe anH
Fancy Vn (ioods, and aianufactnrers of ladies'
rTl.u. . . i .. . T l . .: . . . Li:i .
T?ODKTH ST. DRY ttOOUS STOKE.
; A? K. Kruut ft 4Jo., eash dealers in Dry Uoodsand
-a ns, loo oontn rouria street. . .. y
TAiTtKS RlllUH SON.
tl Wholesale and ReUil Dealer In Dry Goods,
auRuuinxuiiainK, nos aid and ixt ooutn xugn
Dealen in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
r Furnishing Uoods. No. a Noil House.
YULCHUlsi', 4iUAt sjCU.,
a VT Dealers in Staple and Faney Dry Goods. '
- - -' fo.iiftonth high street.
A , C, ttaAaJKUli tt CO.,
e Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
Jl urocele S50A 53 South High street. - -
1 "iEf OT IfHliti VXOKE.
Lf joan a. KouiiRTS. , , -, ,
bruggist and Apothecary.
;m .lortn nign street.
HOi,h.SAi,K A KEi'AlL DRUGGISTS.
loo South High St., Coiumbas. O.
BW. B,CK. & CO.,
W holesale and Keiail Druggists, and Dealers
' - ' 24 North Higb street.
JKN GRAVERS, i -
(1J1CMEH At nuOME,
-XV Deaigoers. bngraTera and Publishers. Nota-
iiial and other seals engraved to order.
No. 107 and lull rtonth High street.
COl-fJITlBUS CABINET CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in Furniture. Cnairs, Mattrasses, etc.
' ' No. 201 Suuth Higb St. ILlperaHouse).
V Manulatnrera of tirstelass Furnitare. Whole
sale and Jietaii. VV areroouis, 6, and iiwjau
I HOUSE FURNISHING.
j . AlAitts n uxu Ac JO.,
: . . . au tf.auuo.. atvTn uu uuuov
ni.bincUliiMla- llm Tin IV.U, .nil Shut
Ware. - 17 tast Town ttreet.
A BoBSe Fumi.hina llm A M.M.. tlrmtmm
-Copper, Tin and bbeet Iron, Stores and Mantlea
ua Bontn High street
. aTila. T. vi itu, ......
A baaiers in Hardware, uouseFunjishing Goods.
Aiarwe and elate Mantles, Urates, St yes. Hot Air
ru,ii, - . - aunortn High street.
' HOOP SKIRTS.
X J Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Hood
Skirt aadCorets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zeoher
OWE SEWING MACHINE.
isPi AXTEIii., :; - ri 1--'
a7e ileal er in Musical, Herrnandue, Boots. ota-
tionery and Faney Goods generally. Speoial Agent
&r the celebrated Klias Howe-Gold Medal Sewing
achine No. 6 South His h street.
MlfS. HI. BfJaVABre'ii '! .f-" ::
(Suocesaor to K. X,auO Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Furs and Straw Goods 189 South Hign street.
- pk i p.iY .1 t )U '(Sign lieldea Hsth rj
rATIUNAL HOTEA.,l 1
A 4i.,,irt Opposite Depot,
J . tf. DA v id;
UNITE STATE HOTELi,-ri -.-ih-.H
. Corner High and Town streets. ,
j . aj. A. BLOUH T, FroprletonS. '
Corner Fourth A " Friend sts. Commodious
house and extensive stables. " " ' '
Ij. A. BOWERS, proprietor. ,s
EHCIlAKWHirrRL,-. ,. .
X40 Routn Hub street. Wood stabling attaen-
ed to premises- . ,
CONN EC I'ICfJT MUTUAL LITE ' '
- suranoe Company. Assets. $18,100.004..-'' -
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Coiumbas, O.
NEWKIBK 4k iniETENBEKGER, . i
GENtRAL AGENTS Security Life lnsuranes
Company, Mo. S Opera House. -
HOITIE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
i l - i . ..... ejar. KtA 7
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y.
: umoe. n os. est t upera Bouse-
W . KIMHIOIS.
Wholesale and Retail M Ulinery Goods.
1SI H. High street. Opera House Block.
IIKS, A. DOWNING, ;-,-,.-
iix lienor m Millinery, cuiv uoous ana iritu
mings. No-67 North High street. r
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd fancy Goods. ISO South Huh street.
MERCHANT .TAILORS.' i
SC14AFH AUS43N tt HOHLLEBES,
' Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, - os. i.
aV V UD Al Ul IrU AA Ii, IA DUWU,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
i-.'i soutn dsn street. : .
1'IIEOHIU RIEUCHANT TXILUKIKO
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Rrady-msde Clothing al-
wajs on hand. : .. !
JOHN 41. MlCKEMBACtlEH, ;
.. Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
- . no. oi nortn riizn street.
MERCHANT TAILOR. MO South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
ANDREWS At HULL,
News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South B igh street. nexr door to PostoQice.
J? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
. !.'-;.. 3X1 South High street.
ANDREWS, PERKY Ac CO.,
IX : Mannfactarars and Dealere in Writintr. Prints
log and Wrapping Papers, 83 A 85 North High st.
Ni-VINS et M. YERS.1 ' - ;.r.-
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North High street.
81 Somh High street.
e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South Hishstreet.
Pictures made in every style and size.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc..
: no. xa soutn nignstreec.
Era. DOWNS, fll. D.,
e Ho: Ooara House. - Treats Diseases of the
Eye. Ear. Heart. Throat and Lunata. Also. Diseases
of Wooien and Children.
7 ' PIANOS.
J. F. HARRIS At CO, .
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lichte A
Co.'s and Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Uelodeons and other musical instruments.
88 North High treat.
e Aeent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi.
anos. Also, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Mutio.
ai soutn oign street.
ANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
vomer state aoo nisn streets:
CHdRLE V M VER, Proprietor.
A ETNA SEWING MACHINES,
1 The best in the world. Nos. 1 and X Ooera
House. W. PI MM EL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.'
R,.A. UDiBtK ACO.,
e Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware. Spectacles. Ac No. 11 Ee.li Town
GATES & HARRINGTON
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers In Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Spec
tacles. No. 3 Neil Houre.
fx A At LE-QCKKtlX,
JJ e Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrv. No. 71 South High street .-
ANCtCOFr BROS). V CO., .' oi .
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwvnne Block. Town street.
REED, JONES fc CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. a Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, ao Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent sensing ompany at too eity oi Cleveland,
Ohio.uoder an sot Of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
uf relinquishing and elosing its Banking business,
to that end bas. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said state of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its oiroulaling notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to tne satisiaotion ot toe treasurer.
Secretary and Auditor of State of said State of
Ohio for the redemption of its outstanding notea of
circulation at the ofiioe of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said eity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order oi tne rjoara oi uirectors ot the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July 8th. I68.
lMUCi, wicn.. f resident.
A EE PERSONS WHO HAVE LEFT
work for repair at T. Anderson's Carriage
Manufactory and have not oalled for it, are hereby
notified that such work as has been on hand for four
months, or over, will be sold at publio auction, on
the corner of State and Hiijh ftr ets, unless called
for and eba gespAid within thirty dars from date.
, v T. ANDERSON.
Colombn-. P.. Sept. . 1868. septtl-dliaw3'
; BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cl.avgi.AND, May 83, 1868. J
JVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
U.Wt.fr""" .... ua wn, WU1 AUQlUir MaA-
first(4l) section of the aot to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March aist. 1851.
ing. p- JOSEPH PERKINS. President"
H. E. HrrBtBCT. Cashier. mayas d6m
The Sisters of St. MarjV,
OF THE SPRINGS. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perrv eonnty, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Mondar in September, 186a. For Board and
Tuition. t75, 480. s)85 and 80, acoordiog to the de
partment of the pupil. SR. RO?, Sup't.
Auurera rox oi.. - -' svuiiu
lir.'t I ' IT. JiJ T -T1 ,4 1--iil t,IIX :) i '
j " females,1, owing' to, , tee
peculiar and important relations ' which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
id, many 'Bufferings.' Freedom from these
contribute in no small degree to their
happipees and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. ' Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
Jan long be suffered to run on without
nvolving the: general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice . her
greatest charm as to do this. . The sex
will then thank ns for placing in their
bands 'simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of thosn troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex. .. ..
' i HELM B OLD'S
EXTRACT OF BUCUD.
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life', by laborious em
ployment, . unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself. .; '
When reviewing the csusps of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the- attendant evils con
sequent upon them..' It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which bo
largely affect the life, health aud happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
(ess directly, . the welfare of the entire
human family. The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the . ball-room. Thus, ' with-, the body
half-clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is half accomplished.
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to ro
tain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air ; the suddsn change
of temperature ; the complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax'of misery, and the un
fortunate one. hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
the experience ot thousands of our young
Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called tne tissue, wnicli is, in common
with the female breaBt and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these- emotions, when excessive, lead,
lone before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Leucorrhosa, Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued .Periods, tor Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known
HBLMBOLD'S UOMPOCND .EXTRACT OF
Buciiu. Directions for use, diet, and
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discbarge of
its functions. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold s
Extract Buchc is more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prcm'i:ent physicians in tne united
States, is uow, offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Bestlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out.. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Lrug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y. -
None are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-Bimile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
S.O. 11. T . r . ......I?..
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' "Father will have 1 done the great
chimney to-night, wont .he mother"
said little Tommy Howard, as he stood
waiting for his father's breakfast, which
he carried to him at his work every
"He said that he hoped that all the
scaffolding would be down to-night,"
answered the mother, "and that'll be
a fine sight; for I never like the end
ing of those great chimneys, it is bo
risky for father to be last up.", ;
"Old then, but I'll go and seek him
and help 'em to give a shout, before he
comes down," said Toan --?- ,. ::
' "And then," continued the mother,
" if all goes right, we are to have a .frolic
to-morrow, nd go into the country, and
spend all the day long in the woods."
"Hurrah!" cried Tom, as he ran off
to his father's place of work,1 with a can
of milk in one'hand and some bread in
the other. 'Hismother stood at the door,
watching him as he went merrily whist
ling down the street, and she thought of
tne dear lather be was going to, and the
dangerous work he was engaged in; and
then her heart sought its sure refuge,
and she prayed .to God to protect and
bless her treasures. '
Tom with a light heart pursued his
way to his father, and leaving him his
breakfast, went to his own work, which
was at some distance. In the evening,
on his way home, he went around to see
how his father was getting along.
James Howard, the father, and a num
ber of other workmen, had been build
ing one of those lofty chimneys which,
in our manufacturing towns, almost sup
ply the place of our architectural
beauty. IJie chimney was ot the high
est and most tapering that had ever been
erected, and Tom shaded his eyes from
the slanting rays of the setting sun, and
looked up in search ot his father, his
heart sank within him at the appalling
sight. . The scaffold was almost down
the men were removing the beams and
poles. Tom's father stood alone at the
He then looked around to see that
everything was right, and then,, waving
his hat in the air, the men below answer
ed him with a long, loud cheer, 1 little
Tom shouting as much as anv one of
them. As their voices died away, how
ever, they heard a different sound, a cry
ot horror aud alarm from above. The
men looked around, and coiled upon the
ground lay the rope, which, before the
scaffolding was removed, should have
been fastened to the chimney, for Tom's
father to come down by. The Bcaffold
had been removed without remembering
to take the rope up. . I here was a dead
silence. They all knew it was impossi
ble to throw the rope up high enough to
reach the top of the chimney, or even if
possible it would hardly be safe. Ihey
stood in silent dismay, unable to give
any help or think of any means of safe
And Tom's father 1 He walked round
and round the little circle, the " dizzy
height seeming more and more fearful,
and the solid -earth farther and farther
from him. In the sudden panic he lost
liiB presence of mind his senses failed
him. He shut his eyes; he felt as if the
next moment he must be dashed to
pieces on the ground below. The day
passed as industriously as usual with
Tom's mother at home. She was always
busily employed tor her misband or
children in some way, and to-day she had
been harder at work than usual, getting
ready for the holiday to-morrow. She
had just finished her arrangements,' and
her thoughts were silently thanking Hod
for the happy home and for all these
blessings, when Tom ran in.
His face was white as ashes, and he
he could hardly get the words out :
" Mother 1 mother ! he can not get
. ; " Who, iad thy father 1" asked the
" They have forgotten to leave him
the rope, answered Tom, still scarcely
able to speak.
The mother started up, horror-struck.
and stood tor a moment as if paralyzed
then pressing her hands over her face as
if to shut out the terrible picture, and
breathing a prayer "to God for help
rushed put ot the hruse,
When she reached the place where her
husband was at work, a ciowd gathered
round the foot of the chimney, and stood
quite helpless, gazing up, with their
faces full of sorrow. ' "
"He says he'll throw himself down.!
': "Thee munna do that, lad," cried the
wife,' with clear hopeful voice; "thee
munna do that wait a bit. ' Take off
your stocking, lad, and unravel it, and
let down the thread with a bit of mortar.
Dost thou bear me, Jem ?". .'
The man made a sigh of assent for
it seemed as if he could not speak
and taking off his stocking, unraveled
the worsted yarn, row after row. The
ftpeople stood around in breathless silence
and suspense, wondering what Tom's
mother could be thinking of, and why
she sent him in such haste for the car
penter's ball of twine.
"Let down one end of the thread with
a bit of stone, and keep fast hold of the
other," cried she to her husband. The
little thread came waving down the tall
chimney, blown hither and thither by
the wind, but it reached the outstretch
ed hands that were awaiting it. Tom
held the ball of twine, while his mother
tied one end of it to the thread.
"Now pull slowly," cried she to her
husband, and she gradually unwound
the string until it reached her husband.
"Now hold the string fast and pull;"
cried she, and the string grew heavy and
hard to pull, for Tom and his mother
bad fastened a ' thick rope to it.
They watched it gradually and
slowly uncoiling from the ground, and
the striug was drawn higher. There was
but one coil left it had reached the top.
" Thank God !" exclaimed the wife.
She hid her face in her hands in silent
prayer, and trembling rejoiced. The iron
to which it should be fastened was there
all right but would her husband be able
to make use of it ! Would not the ter
ror of his past have so unnerved him as
to prevent him from taking the neces
sary measures for safety t She did not
know the magical influence her few
words had exercised over him. She
did know the strength that the sound of
her voice, so calm and steadfast, had
filled him as if the little thread had
carried him the hone of life once more,
had conveyed to him some portion of
that faith in Urod, which nothing ever
destroyed or shook in her pure heart.
she did not know that, as sue waited
there, the words came over him: "Why
art thou cast down, O my soul, why art
thou disqnieted within met hope thou
in God." She lifted her heart to God
for hope and strength, but could : do
nothing more for her husband, and her
heart turned to God' and Tested upon
Him as on a rock: . ;i J :' i.
; -There was a great Bhout. '.i "' i ' ' -
: "He's safe, mother; he's safe !" cried
Tom.-.:' 'I ::: .,,.-.. ..,-
. "Thou hast saved my life, my Mary,"
said the husband, foldingher in bis arms.
And what ails'you 1 thou seemest more
sorry than glad about it," - But Mary
could not speak, and if the strong arm
of her husband had not held her up she
would have fallen to the ground the
sudden joy, after such fear, had overcome
her." '' '" f
I "Tom let thy mother 'lean on thy
shoulder," Baid his father, "and we will
take her home." 1 And in their happy
home they poured forth thanks to Gud
for' his great goodness and their happy
life together, felt dearer and holier for
the peril it had been in, and in the near
ness of the danger that had brought
them unto God. And the holiday next
day- was it not indeed a thanksgiving-'
da7- ' . ' , ; , ;
[From the Woodsfield Spirit of Democracy]
Monroe County Soldiers Denounced
by Col. Wildes-Nothing
but the Flames of Hell will do
Them any Good-Preachers Applaud
MATAMORAS, O., Sept. 18, 1868.
: Whereas, Monroe county sent three
thousand of her gallant sons to the field
to assist in suppressing the late rebel'
lion ;. and, . : . . . .
Whereas, Many of those brave men
sealed with their blood their devotion
to their country ; and,
.Whereas, Col. Wildes, in his late
speech in this place, did Bay that "Mon-
rob County soldiers were Copper
heads before the war, Copperheads
during tbe war, and will goto Hell
Copperheads, where the Devil will
HAVE A GOOD TIME ROASTING IT OUT of
them," and other, things denunciatory
of the brave soldiers of Monroe county ;
therefore, -. -
Resolved, That the crime of slander
ing the honorable dead, wounded, or
even unscathed defenders ot our nation a
honor, is one of such a horrid,' unnatu
ral, nameless and unheard of character,
that we know of no language capable of
expressing its supreme heinousness and
Resolved, That the dastaard villain
who would thus calumniate the immor
tal dead who went down amid the smoke
and din of battle, defending their coun
try's flag, and the illustrious living re
turned heroes, many of whom bear hon
orable Bears, received while in tbe hor
rid front of the sulphurous sorocco of
red battle, is a being so loathsome,
cold-blooded, odious and hyena-like, that
we call upon all persons, and especially
all soldiers, regardless of all associa
tions, opinions, caste,' or standing, to
unite with us in denouncing this creep
ing, cowardly,, foul-mouthed tool ; this
vile, abusive slanderer of the dead ; this
insensate, staring, besotted gorilla ; this
malicious, prowling, midnight ghoul
this hired, slandering, . pandering
brazen traducer of ' Monroe s brave
"boys iu blue." . ,.
Resolved, That the clerical gentle
men who were present and applauded
Col. Wildes' profanity may consider
themselves included in the above pre
amble and resolutions.
M. N. Burris, 77th O. V.-I.
' T. A. Masters, 25th O. V. I.
J.S. Eggler, 116th O. V. I.
Louis iSulabereer, 116th O.V.I
Alfred M. Early, 116th O. V. I
" "' ' Jas. M. Raker, Co. C 25th O. V. I
John Dorr, 2d W. Va.- Cavalry.
. Uriah Redin, 116th O. V. I.
Louis Stoehr, 166th O. V. I.
$100 Silk Banner.
At a meeting of the Democratic County
Central and Executive Committees, held at
Thurman Hal), on Saturday, August 29,
the following resolution was unanimously
Resolved, That the ward or township in
Franklin county giving the largest propor
tionate increased Democratic vote tor the
Democratic State Ticket, over the vote
given for Judge Thurman tor Governor, in
1867, shall be entitled to and receive from
the committee, a magnificent Silk Banner,
toortA one hundred dollars, to be held by the
township or ward winning It two succes
JOHN G. THOMPSON.
Ch'm'n Co. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Secretary.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Secretary. HEADQ'RS 1ST REGT. WHITE BOYS IN BLUE,
THURMAN HALL, COLUMBUS, Oct. 8.
General Order No. 7. .
The First Regiment White Boys in Blue
will form for parade at Thurman Hull at
o'clock on Saturday evening, October 10th
Company commanders will report prompt
ly with their commands. . . .
I. H. MARROW,
" Attention. Company C and D, White
Boys in Blue, will meet at Duffy's Hall
Saturday eveniug, Oct. 10-h, at 7 o'clock,
and march to Headquarters (Thurman
Hall) tor regimental parade. Let every
member of the companies be on hand with
caps and white shirts.
ED. McGILL, Cap't.
Attention. Company B, White Boys
In Blue are hereby ordered to report at
Headquarters (Thurman Hall) on Saturday
evening, Oct. 10th, to take part in
regimental parade. Let every member ot
company B full in with caps and white
shirts. By order,
J. ALBRIGHT, Capt.
Attention. Co. E and F,- White Boys in
Blue, will meet at Schneider's Hall, on
Saturday evening, October 10th, at 7
o'clock, and march to headquarters (Thur
man Hall) for regimental parade. Let
every member turn out with caps and
white shirts. By order.
H. DAVIS, Capt.
Jkffersoniak Guard. Chanticleer Tent
No. 1, Jeffer8onian Guard, will meet
promptly at 7 o'clock at Duffy's Hall, on
Saturday evening, for parade. Torches
and badges will be furnished. Every
member is expected to be on hand.
By order of Chiefs.
The Finance Committee appointed to
make arrangements for the Mass Meeting
on Saturday evening, October 10th will
meet at the Neil House on to-morrow mor
ning at ten o'clock. '
WALSTIEN FAILING, Chairman.
Attention. Pioneer Guards, White
Boys in Blue, will meet at Duffy's
nail on Saturday evening, Oct. 10th, at 7
o'clock, and march to Headquarters lor
Regimental parade. Let every member be
on band with caps and white shirts.
Grand Rally and Torchlight Procession
of all the Democracy
On Saturday, October 10th, 1868.
Let the friends of one currency for all
and of Constitutional : Government, go to
work and send large' delegations to greet
the able and eloquent champions of Demo
cratic principles, who will address them at
the West front of the State House, on Sat
urday evening,' Octw lOthj 1868. The fol
lowing eloquent speakers will be present
to address the people:' "i ..i
Hon. P. Van Trump, Judge A. G. Thur
man, John H. Thomas, Gen. Jos. H. Gbt-
gr,Co1. G. W. Mantpennt, and Hon.
Gto. L.Convirs. ' .!---t i : ' .:
ORDER OF PROCESSTON.
The White Boyg ,n Blue wm mjet on
South High street, right resting on Rich
street, under command of Lieut. Colonel
Helnmiller. ' ' " :
The Hickory Sprouts will meet on East
Friend ttreet, right resting on High street.
The Cavalry force will meet on East
Rich street, right resting on High, under
command oi the following marshals1 R.
J. Snlveley, Wm. Wall, Patrick Elgin,
Michael McDonald, Geo. Kirk, : Frank
Powers. :. :. .
First, Second, Third, Fourth,Fifth, Sixth,
Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Ward Seymour
and Blair Clubs, with the Democratic vo
ters of each ward, will meet on West Friend
street, right resting on High street. The
following gentlemen have been appointed
Marshals of the different wards:. U ,. !
' 1st Ward Dr. A. B. Williams. -
.2d " ChasSehury. :
3d . Jas. McAIister. ... i i
4th ' " i Geo. Engleke. . -. i
5th " Henry Meiser. .; .
6th " Conrad Born, Jr.-
7th Wm. H. Gaver. : -8th
' John Duffy. ; -9th
" Patrick Murphy. -The
Jefiersonian Club, under command
of its proper officers, and all other Demo
cratic clubs, will meet on the corner of High
and Rich streets. Right extending north,
It is expected that every Democrat in
tie city of Columbu3 will join in the pro
cession. - -. .
The Marshals will report the arrivals of
their commands to the Chief Marshal, at
The different organizations will be on
tie ground precisely at seven o'clock.
I. H. MARROW,
- Chas. Bradlev I
. A. P. Griffin,
Lieut. Feltus, )
Asst. Marshals. .'
Hon. A. (i. Thurman'i Appoint
At WASHINGTON C H.. Saturday. October 10th.
' Hon. Gee, E. Ptagh '--
Will speak . u.,
At HA M I LTO 3. Saturday evening, October 10th,
Hon. Geo, II. Pendleton :
Willspeak V v 1 :
At TRO X , Ootober 10th. . '
Hon. P. Van'Trump
Will speak .
At GROVEPORT. October 10th.
At C0LU.lBUd. October loth, evening. .
Hon. S. W. Coll, f sand Hon.
Will speak - - s
At CH1LLIC0THE. Saturday. October 10th.
Hon. C. N. Ijasnison
Will speak with Hon. A. G. Thurman
At WASHINGTON C. II.. October loth-
Gea. Thomas Ewinif Jr.
Will address the people
At CHILLICOTHIE. October loth. '
Hon. Robert Hatcbeson ;
Will 8 peak . ' , ... . .'.
At SIDNEY. Saturday, Ootober loth.
Geo. Durbln Ward sand Ifon. A,
Will speak at
CAMBRIDGE, Saturday, Oct. 10'h
lop, Kinil Rolhe
Will speak in German at
TOLEDO; October loth.
. H03T. JAMES K. IIUBBELL
At CHILLICOTHIE Oct. 10.
. COL. SMALLWOOD .
At TROY. Miami county, October 10th.
At CHILLICOTHE, Sa'urday, Ootober inth.
E. F. Bingham, Chairman.
W. W.Webb Sec'y. '
The Franklin County Democratic Exe&
urive Committee announce the fol'owing
Ward and Township meetings :
LOCKISOURNE, Satnrday evening, Ootober 10th
Speakers George L. Converse and Judge H. B,
UARRISBURG. Saturdsy. Oct. 10th, at IP. M
Speakers Thos. C. Thurman and Col. J. C,
TOWN HOUSE. (JsoVsot township) laturday
even ins, Oct. 10th. Speakers Col. J. C. Groom
ana i nts u. inurman.
WESTER VI LLE, Monday eTenins. Oct. 13th.
Speakers Hon. J. K. Hubbell and Geo. L. Con
verse. PLEASANT RmGE. (Montgomery township)
. -Monday evening, Oct. 18th. Speakers Jas. (i.
Bud and C. Loewenstein-
Oc Satnrday, October 10th. at Groveport, for
Madison. Hamilton and sonth part of Truro town
ship. Speakers Hon. P. Van Trump, E. B. Esh
elman and Thomas Sparrow .
. C. Loewensteiu will speak in German at
follows : ....
LAURENZ SCHNEIDER'S. Saturday eveninr,
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Ch'n Co. Dem. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
E. T. DeLany
Will speak at Lithopolis on Saturday, Oct.
10th, at 2 o'clock p. m.
The Gun Squad of the White Boys in
Blue, will meet at the west lront of the
State House, on Saturday evening, October
10th, at 7 o'clock. Let all members be
present with caps and white shirts. By
J. PRITCHARD, Lt, Comd'g.
Attention Co. A, White Boys in Blue.
Every member will-meet promptly at 7
o'clock on Saturday evening, October 10th,
at Thurman Hall, for parade, with caps and
white shirts. order, :
J. LOHRER, Capt.
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