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KKIIUV, OCTOBKH !i, lnr,:t, Gov. Seymour is Coming. Tho follow-in; tli)mth, nnnomuliig tlut Onvernor Thomas H. Sktmoi-ii. of Connecticut, will upcnk at our musk moot ' ing to-moirotv, w as rmvivdl tlii mm ning : COLUMBUS, October 8. Tn V. A. Hunk: llovernnr 1 h.mim If. Soymour, of IJonnecticut, will npek at your on tha lOih. ' ' JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman State Central Committee. Chairman State Central Committee. Tuesday, October 13th. Is the day Ilia people bio to determine wlictbvr tltv will eiulosre tlio Lnnixluneiit i of a man for opinion saku, whether tlu-v Approve the mxpension of the writ of ha beas rorjm, whether they will approve the doctrine that a innn shall not denounce the FRAUJ.IS and SWINDLES of oflne , holding peculators whether they will ap prove the newborn dor;m that freedom of speech and the prets ahull he Fiihjcct to tlie orders of military commanders I To work. Democrats ; KEE THAT KVEItY DEMOCRATIC VOTER (iOES TO THE TOLLS and votes for the mainlniu uucfl and perpetuity of all the liberties the Constitution guarantees to them ! Awuko to the importance of the Crisis ! Do your Whole Duty. Irt every man ami every woman do , their whole duty by tulking to their neigh bora and urging them to be at the election ami vote the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The bullot-box is our only resort. If we do not fight the battles of liberty manfully there, we are doomed to despotism and ruin, and wo are deserving the fute that awaits us. If we do not use all our pow ers to hurl from place and position the ab S ' i olition traitors who are trampling us in the dust and devouring our substance, we deserve to be couacripted, to have our , property carried off by the lax-gatherer, to have our liberties taken from us and given to the negroes. Then, people of Mont i gouiery County, break tho i-imd despot's power anil vote his millions down. . XTTlio editor of the Abolition concern in this city gives it up, that Lnoicit is beateu, badly beaten for (iovemor. In . au editorial yefturday morning, the Xih instant, headed "The (lubernatoiial Elec tion," he openly acknowledges tho defeat of his party, and in a tit of desperation und chagrin urges the people of Ohio to j recall thq "convicted truitoi" to act as their next Chief Magistrate. He aoenis to say, "you are determined to do h, now n you do it." The following is the i ingularly expressed acknowledgement : "This contest must vindicate the noblest cbiinpiona of liberty. In the laURiings of nrr 'olber, for the first lime our history has a banish ed traitorben chosen as the candidate of a par ty for the hiphest office within the gift of the people ot his Stale; and, it the citizens of Ohio ara worthy of the freedom bequeathed to them by their sires, for the first time wills convicted traitor be recalled from the protec tion of the Kriti.U Hojr, to actas (he Chief Magistrate of a people, whose government that traitor's British and re!,el lO-adjutorB ' would destroy." i.- XijT'Tb.e Abolition papers report every day from ten to fifty thousand peopla at - their respective political meetings. Now iVnt it very strange that there should be so many advocates of a "vigorons prosecu tion of the war," and yet so few volun teers to fill up tho depleted ranks of our army ? Why is it that a draft is neces. sury to induco these "patriots" to serve their couutry ? ' Will somu Abolitionist nuFuvor ? - - - - .ank calls the "war for the L'niou as it was" aarre. AVho expected it to be otherwise under the guidance of i Abolition fanatics? : - Thurlow Weed "Speaking out in Meeting"-Let Every Voter in Ohio Read. Not a year ago this veteran Republican editor said in the Albany Journal, these pun gent aud startling and traa words : "The chief architects of rebellion, before it broke put, were aided in their infernal de signs by tbe Abolitionists of the North. This was too true, for without such aid the South , could never have been, united against the - Union But for the incendiary recorDiiieada tiona which rendered the otherwise useful Helper Book a lire brand, North Carolina could not have been forced out of the Union. And even now. the ultra, aholiii..., -.,... ., -.i 1. apaeub oiak are aggravating tnB horrors) IUPJ uiiiru lu irna.tr, ftjj- j avn I I, A I .Mi jIvINTO THE HANDS OK THKM.MADKUS OK THli KEBKl.UON AND KKKPINU DOWN Tilfci UNION ME! -OK TUK i.. SOUTH -AND RE.MDKRINO KEUNiON DIFKICUT IK NOT IMPOSSIBLE." Don't forget that these "Ultra Abolition ists" have now the upper baud. They con trol Mr. Lincoln. Joan Hhotuh has become oueoftbem body aad soul. They are tbe ruling spirits of the country. Read tlie words we have quoted oyer again, ye people who are deceived, and ibo really believe we are . unfaithful to the Union. A True Irish Patriot. Among the most eminent of the con temporaries of tho great It ish orator and advocate, John I'hii.ihit Ci huan, was Husky Entfiii. l)ining tho American Revolution a proposition was made in the Irish House of Commons, to ldneo four thousand ItMi at the disposal of tho liri urn nuveiiMiieni io lie iiscil ngiimst tlie Amerii dii "rebels." It was opposed ve hemently by Ill-Hun in a speech of which the following is the personation. We commend it to that recreant Irishman, Thomas 1". Meahiii:ii, who, not contented to see his own native country enslaved. writes letters ill behalf of the party of des potism in the country of his adoption. iSot Mich men as he will ever wiite the epitaph id' the patriot and mnilyr, Uoup.rt Emmktt. "Ilnviur no enemies.'' said Hnri.Vi "in couater, do partisans to serve without pns ions, without prejudices, without fear, I have delivered my sautiinents on the present ques tion one of llie greatest importance. wilt nut rote a sinote man anninl .4 , -. on an accompanying addrett revammending rimi-tituwry measures. torsoe the -- elation of this wnr If minidtu,. nr oils, it will only be establishing a right 'to the I inivrnv micr iin-j nave oiirneu inigraift it will be eslatlinliiiirF a rii,!,t m il.a u,t-,...n. after they have cut off the fountain a me thod ill calculated to secure emolument or to gain popularity. My ronduct will not pleaso either mtrtv. But 1 dpsmxe irnlii I .t,.init.i popularity, if one is to be gained only l,y unse rifrvouv. anu me o her nurrhftMnl mum zp.i . 1-areweii prolit, larewell popu larity, if in acquiring your lair fame is to bo the victim." It was for supporting this same propo sition to send soldiers from Ire land against the American "rebels," that the gieat IIkniiy (juattas hurled his fierce philippic against Flooii : "As to America," said (iratton, "I will sup pose him to have voted four thousand of the Irish army to fight ajjaitut, her, calling those butchers "an armed negotiation;'' and thus, with a melnnlmr in liia mmilh unit n hri'l.A :.. his pocket, gave a base suffrage against the l.l. . c k : ..- - .f i V. tuviiyiii mem-a, me eveninii liberty ol Ireland, and the cause of mankind." It is of this same great patriot, Ghat tak, thnt Chahi.es Phillips writes the following narrative : "His public life was ore continual warlaro. It was not to be expected that the idle mob of parasites who fattened upon public abuses would give way without a struggle. Accord ingly, he was dogged by spies, and denounced by enemies as a sworn traitor: his pursuits were miule the suhiec' of solemn eviiiii.,tiii, before the I'rivy Cmincll , the privacy of his dwelling was invaded, and his life Aerioualy endangered. Against all his remonstrances. bin friemlj rnrnnllid Lim tit ouadd I.A . bv a temporary retirenient in England. It : i , . iihs siiii-H iH-en asi-eriaineu ny inn teslunony of the "United Irish" leaders, that Mr. Ural- ton never was of their number. As au op ponent of evil measures, as un enemy to evil L'overtirtient. be wn vinlenr il is tnt., to the utmost license of opposition ; but there he paused. The champion of Irish inde pendence, he was an advocate for P.ritish connection ; a friend to popular privilejes. he was no foe to the cnnstitniionnl nratrina- tive of the sovereign. In proof of this, he was often the object of popular suspicion, and experienced more than once to what a reed he trnsts who leans on popularity." - ''What an outrageous been '! Coppmlic-ad" lie nitmt have JfiTThe issues involved in tho present Gubernatorial contest embrace all the fun damental principles of a Republican form ol Uoveinmeiit ; and we nro to determine w hether or not tho President shall bo un Executor, as the Constitution diivcls, or a master of laws, governed by his own dis cretion iilono ; whether the indicurv shall be maintained in its purity ami independ ence, us heretofore, or bo subsidized by military usurpation; aud whether the leg. lsintivo department of tho Government shall bo restiicted by tho written Constitu tion, or be allowed the unbridled license of "military necessity" regardless of tbe wtublislicd principles of our political in stitutions. Those issues ero very plain, yet upon thorn depend all the rights nud iberties of the people, and the existence of Constitutional Government in America. JtThe Chicago Tritiune asserts that "the Union as it was is a thing of the past, hated by every patriot, and destined never to curse an honest peoplo or blot the pages of history again." The Tribune is a "loyal" paper and de sires the election of John Broi'oh as Gov ernor of Ohio. - -4w-- . . r - S Democrats, Vali.anuiohau saeii liced his own liberty and all the sweets of homo whitest laboring te preserved your freedom and tho security of vour homes. It is now your opportunity for releasing turn Horn exile and restoring him again to his own fireside. Give your whole heart and energies to the glorious woik. ' XirCongress ought ts enact a law tax ing Abolitionists exclusively for the sup port of every negro emancipated by Lin coln's proclamation. X"The "irrepressible eoutlief betweeu white aud black laborers will be realised in all its vigor upou Ohio aoil if the po licy of Lincoln aud Lhoi-gh ba carried out. fifln discharging the obligations laid upon ns by our forefathers we have ever lelt that we w ere paying a debt of grati tude. ill our f posterity led likewise when retjiiiied to lioiiidate tho immense debt which by this war wo shall transmit to them ? Will they not curse our wirk ! edness and b.Tlv t I ZiTLiioruii s parly propose n.it only j to abolish African slavery, but all the safe I guards of the Federal Constitution. Every vote cast lor him will 1m a vote for the establishment of a Military Despotism. XrThe last hopu of the Union's res toration is deieudant upon the election of 0. L. Vai.laniiiiiham to the Goveruorshio of Ohio. His defeat will be the wreck of Constitutional lilierty in America. The Editor of the Commercial Proposed to Recognize the of the Southern Confederacy. lu March, 18CI, after tbe rebels had fired on tho Star of the West at Charleston, and compelled her, while under the American Hbki to go back to New York ; after they hud erect" ed batteries at Yickshnrg to command the Mississippi Kiver, and had stopped tho trade on that thoroghlare ; after seven Slates hi.d seceded from the Union, the Cincinnati t'oiii mci i ial said : "We am not in fuvor of blockading the Southern coast. We aro not in favorer re taking by torce the properly of the United Stales now in possession of tbe Sucedors. We would recognize the existence of a govern ment formed of all the slaveholding States, and attempt to cullivute umicable relations with it." This is the paper that opposes Mr. VallundiR liam because he is against tho war! [From the Ohio State Journal, Oct. 8th, 1861.] Judge Swayne and Swan say Soldiers Can Only Vote in their Precincts at Home. VOTING IN CAMP. The question has len many times asked. C u i.i: ;.. . ' ie question nas ien many times asked, the soldiers in camp, vote at tho State lion, not being at their homes ' The ft Iimiiii, mill l.lr.i,l. 1, : EJIeetion, subiect being one of doubt. i;nvrmr lit..,,,; son has subinilted the itnini to nminnnf set, who have returned to him the following pruiessiouiii opinion : THE STATE OF OHIO, EXECUTIVE DEP'T. Columbus, Oct 7th, 1861. 'P.. if, r. .n.,.. .fir- r. . .) , Lxeelkucy, WUham Ihnmia,,, - ernur ,,. . , , Vtermve examined tho subject to which ot vesterduv rnliitpM mi. I i. -....! 1 1, yours of yesterday relnt.es, and in reply have iu ll'llllirK . 1st. There is no special stnttio in Ohio relut . . ,....u,nM,.DIII ,,uiun-iui' ing to the voting ot persons in the military aemce ot the State or the U'niied States. 1 he lact that persons are in camp, as volunteers, operates in respect to their rights of votiuir in tbe autiin mniiiiu, un tl,;. i;i-A ..-.... . c.. . 11 nun " if,"1'.',', m , r ot,lpr l,urPose. : ' -. r.v-H intrir respective places ofresideuce as designuted by the laws on that sutiii-t: ihnv mnv v..t. ho U. 1 liev CHI 1101 firu tr vol II PV.nt uli.,, , n . : r. ... .. by lh laws on that subjwt; ihey may voiii by oeing allowed to return to their homes, not otherwise. It is to hft regretted thnt. ilia T.a:al.,i..a has made no provisions on the subject. In the absence of such legislation the Constitu tion and the general Laws apply, and the re sults wo have stated are in our "opinion inevit able. Verv l-esiifTifulU- i .. 1 N. H. SWAYNE. J. R. SWAN. The above Obinion of J'udirpa Mwnviia ami Swan was given to (lov. Ilunnisou,' on the eve of tlie election in 1SIV1 li mu ..i .... considered the laws on thr subject, but ncted upon, to far us we know, Ijy all the Judges ot elections in the State that year, and is the law yet as to residence. J'lu. Constitution of tne Mate ot oino contains these provisions: ARTICLE V. ELECTIVE FRANCHISE. Section 1. Kverv whiln nm Ia e'itl;., nfil.A United StJtt.iii ol lha i,rn r.l' ru...... who sliall liave been a i-Hblpnt nf ilia s.i..,A n year next preceding the election, and of the i-uuiuy, lownsnip or ward, in wtncli lie resides such time us may be provided by law, shall have the qualifications of au elector, and be entitled to vote at nil elections. . Section 5. No person in the military, na val or raarino service of the United States, shall, by being stationed in any garrison or military or naval station within the Suite, be considered a resilient of this State." At the lust seasion of our Legislature a law was passed authorizing the soldier to vole in Uieir camps who ihur stationed in or out of the Stato ol Ohio, tait not a township or ward polls near which they may be at tbe time stationed. This lute law does not, therefore, authorize the sol diers to vote outside of their places of residi uce, for tickets not of their own counties, u ir for any others, at such pulls: -i General George W. Morgan. A correspondent of tho Chicago Times re porting the Oreat Democratic meeting at Mansfield Ohio on the 3d inst. says: At another stind (ten. O. V. Morgan, the hero of Cumberland Cup, who held a promi nent position in the army, was manwliil dressing a largo crowd. Jt was his first speech since he quit tbe army, most of the intorval ,lul! """ "pent at a water-cure establish ment lor ihn benelit of his health, (ieuerul Morgan took a bold and vigorous position against the administration, urraiguud il for iis abolition policies, und declared himself heartily in fuvor of the election ol M. Vul landitfiiaiu ll iwo,l H-... .. . i Sd'to there f ' . d" H but also us subversive of constitutional rights! In conclusion he announced that he would address the peopla duily on the political ques tions of tha hour until thn time of election. His speech was r nianly and tearless effort, and wus mceived with unbounded aud raptur ous applause, as the sentiments of tho old hero went home and were answered back from the hearts of his hearers it The Draft and the Proclamation. tlou. Ssi.1 Linvjlu lo Sevmuur. pray go u tho Oourls, Th. ijj.dl, Il uul.wlul, or m.uri.o , au Im Bui U'.w, rut:launs Lincoln, Hi. man who r-sorls iu, u.m, ,iiu,:iaiini Lincoln, in. man who r-sorls la irsasou .o toui, nui b. miw urHwd. THE CAMPAIGN IN OHIO. Tremendous Democratic Outpouring at Newark—Fifty Thousand People Present. Special Dispatch to the Chicago Times. NEWARK, Ohio, Oct. 5. KeporlB from all purts of the Slate are very cheering, and the propects of Mr. Vallundii? urs '-..!..: ... i i . . . ui-iesi niiu, uui ineir ineetiugs ure spiritless and sink into insignilicance when compared with tho tremendous outpourings of the Dem and. ocratic masses. Democrats aro hopeful Rnd confident, but, above all. they nro ready and ...i ..,i .i... . ... , irri'nt mt.blli.n Kara l...,ln n a ireincniioiis popular ui-moustration. Not leSS ihfin liflV tf,,lllnl,.l lrann. uin.u onl, nud tho most unbounded entbusiusin was manncMiMl. Speeclll-S were ibdivered from ibrop alnmtj liy Hon. Itirhnrd T Merrick-, Hon. I. W. Yur- bees, Dr. K. II. Olds, and Hon. A. H. Norton. The speech of Mr. Merrick was mainly in .llliuifin 1,-t fhtt llll-onfa r.1 lliu al..,) i 1 1.,.. that Ynllandiffhiini's election willeest the SistA of Ohio a bloody and fearful c 1 1 war. He said thnt he desired to be heard, for though he had come there with a weak voice, yet he had Come Willi a alpel hpnrt In Rrrniiiti llm .dniin. istration for high crimes against American lib erty ana nign treason against the constitution Without Wni-runl nf lniv uith.iiil iii.tl.di for the gratification of incendiary malice, the pliant instruments of abolition fanaticism have wrongfully siezed and tyranically banished the ...... ....... ... mo tiwuii-rnk viaiiuill IlieiV to day, in the presence of bis friends, the speak er cuaiiengeo tne wnoie anouuon world to produce one word of Mr. Vallandigham that was not ottered in loyal love of the country's irceiiom ana laws. Are not tney themselves traitors lo the people '( Have tney not com mitted trPAton linon treasnn for Ihn Inut Cpo years? Are not their hands stained with the ... ............ . no. int- UCHU from Ohio stand to day before tbe Throne of MM nf ,ltpi l.rnlhpvn? In .1 J uoj ana arraign these abolitionists lor thoir most untimely and unnatural murder? 1 he speaker then alluded to the speeches of finvprnors Mortnli miHYntpn unit IL.n sl..lb..nr at Duyion, and gave (hein a most merciless excoriation. Having charged Mr. Vallandig ham with treason, thev say, if you elect him ci.., il r..o- ;,...'.,;. l: tr : i .1 .. ........ ... .... mnuuinic 111111. lie sum WtUt ho threw back the defiance that they had dared 1 nni. n, inn fiT-l,o Ul Willi,. 1 Ufy niUSI- member that the (iron of forbearance is near ly past, and the men of Ohio will urise to re claim their rights and rebaptiza the liberties of their country in the blond of children worthy of llipir flirpH- mid tin mlilp1 I ,..11 I .-., 1A.II juo, hi jr eonntrvmen, that, when that day comes, let the gallant people once rise to maint tin their rights, and luilinna will awaken, and Illinois will send you a hundred thousand armed men. Prolonged cheeis The great State V -,,!w I."rK wl" afina you am, and the rally "1 w'" PM beyond tho Hudson, and tbe abolitionists and fanatics of New England will Color hl'forp tllA Inprtl.ln mi.lt nf .... . ..I ot xsew lorn will send you aid, and the rally people. The remarks of Mr. Merrick awoke the most tumultuous applause. His manly and fearless denunciations of tho parly in powi r we-it bninit tn tin, h.-iri. ..r hla 1,. ... ..... ,lln iicmnK, wnu nnnounced, in thundering tones, their deter announced, in thundering ton Lination to rally for theLbt .. J .. j. TT,.-,-,iun Kn,w nrigiiier every uay. 1 lie abolitionists are making stupendous niTorts to (.iriiru ttl,i, urirnimii;u ill lini UOWn, ut alt hazards, every attempt to resist or interfere alhlio 1 1 .1 J. . .UE p.., ,iii,-u. 11 wiu uuiuiiiisiraiion "un lue popiour ciioice. ii mo aaministraiion has concluded to make no interference at the nnlla ...ill!. lu ... n .i . , Polls, nothing? is more pprlnin ll.un ll.,.t HI- Vullandighani will sweep Ohio by fifty thou sand maiorilv: but. if there abiill ence, the peoplo of the Northwest may look iui ouuuiouh scenes tiern in lllno. [From the Detroit Free Press.] Russia. Russia, the Iar?est l-'miurp n( 1, . ,,.l.l has a population of seventy-five millions, and embraces in area about one-sixth of the ter ritorial globe. Themiuesol Itussinnreuniong the richest of tho world. A splendid system of railways is in lull operation, and many im portant lines are in process of construction. There is also an excellent canal system, establishing continuous waier communication between important cities. Ko country of the world contains so great u variety of nations and Iribea as Russia; their number exceeds a hundred, and thev sneak mom thnn r..-i different languages. In March. lHtil. the Emperor issued an Imperial innnif'esto provid ing for the liberation of the api l'a wiililn tu,p!. years iiflor settling the terms, to bi resolved on between iheiu and the proprietors. Great progress has been made in manufactures, and in improving thosystems of agriculture, with in the past few years. Kducational advan tages for the higher classes Bre good, and the Universities of Moscow. St" VpipraKnn, etc , have a world-wide reputation. The gov ernment is an absolute monarchy, the Umper or being assisted by such ministers and coun sellors as he sees fit to appoint Tke regulur army of Russia is one of the largest and best disciplined of the world; it numbers six hun dred thousand men ; in addition to these there are what Are (-allprl ii-rami..- t-nA..A , ,i. - --- - fc ..... . HUVjg iu ma number of four hundred thousand more, mak- lnganarmyoi a million ol men. J he caval ry Of this ArmV ia llm linnet nf tl,c .n-l.l The Russian navy numbers two hundred and fifty steamers, and sailiug vessels, manned by lony uiousana seamen, and the navy is being raniillv inppnnanil Tl.p .olai ..I II. : j ......... ....... ..u im vi i..iiBnm the United States have always been cordial and friendly. The antaconlsmi ex-istino ha. tween Russia and the Western I'owers have tended to interest her in our growth and pros, perity, in the hope that we wonld become fertnidable rivals of France aud England ; and to-day when the indications are tbut these Powers intend to tuke advantage of our un fortunate domestic troubles to further their own selfish schemes, Russia extends to us renewed assurance of her friendship. A Look ikto Fiitithitv TKn TTpn w:tt;.m n. Seward, in his speech at Lacrosse, Wis consin, in lKfiU, suid: "What kind of a unvprnrnnnt wmilil il ha "we eected a man we did not like instead ft di'' r'! if We elected a man we did not like instead would be a government not dill'ering very much from tha cmnire nf Aimtria whpra ll.pv always llmiiuun to elect a man whom tlm lieonlu do not like, nnrt uihprn flip hav. n admirable way of saving the Union by organ- an army ol utiU,lUU men, armed to the teeth, to maintain the man w hom they do not like." Sick oi tiik Nunun Snm,t Ohio, said iu a recent speech: ' "A great deal is suid about thePresidpni'a emancipation proclamation. My idea of it is tuai mis war would have beeu prosecuted more successfully if the President bad not aairl n n t U ! L. .... .1 II more auecessiutty II the fresil said anything about tha negro." a - VS- J--JIlj'i.ropir3. -. d'j-b C I '-' j - :. -vf,.r.i Another Grand Rally at the Home of Vallandigham. The State Central Committee has annoint- ed another Democratic mass meeting for i 'ayinn, to oe neio Satukoat, Octopkr 10, 1SC3. This will be the last mass meeting of the Democrncy of Montgomery county, for this campaign. The following able speakers will positively De present, on me occasion, lion. R. T. Merrick, of Chicaco. one of the ablest, most powerful and eloquent speakers in tne i est. Hon. Henry Clay Dean, of Iowa, whose oraiory ana eloquence Is tar tamed. There will bo several other distinguished speakers from ubroad, and several from our owu State, whoso names will be nnnounced iu a tew days. It is expected that this will be the lariresl mveting held in th State. Ample nrratnir- ments will be mode by tho various Commit tees, and further announcement of Ihe meel ing given iu due lima. Let the people make their arrangements lo turn out en masse, on that. day. Let all who are iu favor of the restoration of the Union the old Union the Union of hearts of lands ot ntatea r.l interests of hopes and the preservation o! llm Constitution as our fathers made it, come to Dayton on the lllth of Octo- uer and hour ubio and eloouent chnmniini. of the people's rights discuss the great issues oi tne uay. Democratic Meetings. Vanduliu, Thursday evening. October B speakers D A Houk and J F Tolan. Mt Pleasant. Katon Pike. Thuradav ing, October H; speakers Ceo W Honk nud uto u maiambrn. Centerville. Friday evening. Oelobpr speaker II Klliott, Jirookville, I' rid ay evening, October 9; speakers T F Thresher and W II (iillespie. i uiiihims more, ninuixon jowusliip. Friday evening, October !): epenkora J. F iiMKii Mini nr. tT1. I'-iTT. City Notices. NOTII K TO Abb WHOM IT MAY I O.iCKKN NOT III M is hfrebj given that there an now iwnlnc ts'fore the Cilv Coinn-il .ii- tl.....ii-.. i...... .... lullowinKOnhnaneis, lo.,vlt: ' ""'"'"" To iiave the alley rununig south from First street Is-t ween lots AlSaoi M'.l. Ill purMianen In Ihe law suid drdinsnees were Iwipp rea.l, laid on tlie laUe, anil Mm Clerk i-sti nelwt toaive The ' rnpti as alt elaitna lor'ilanmues thai' mnv 'erne Ironi as ul iniiirnvptm.nta o. i.un...i ; ' nniioo ol I he wm unnv of i ... with the !lt I I .rk. apltiiiiIVii-tl. il, r i... ' au-en .-liunie.l, Hitlnn two eekialurihppvi.ir..r.i. "i the nine requ lied for llie pnl.t,, m,,,,, MH'., m,u,.. when tne same will ls liken nnl.ir Hunt ai-iion. ANTHONY STM'H K. rierlt. For Sale. VALUAHLH 1'AItM FOlt SALK WIHH to w-ll my farm of oue hundred And sixty acres, situated seven inllo . soulli ol linvinn. M..i. Kuniery eoiinly,! lluo.lwo mil. went oriVnlemllea-d lour nu ei enMt of Mminihliurif. I will u. .11 nin.i,,n... or in neparirm purls to suit pur -hasers.. Tlm west lialf. onwhiehara lln. ionnunem imnn v m. iivtileii, hut. tha eam.'ru lisli hiiiv iu, u..i.i i...... or twenlv m-re lota. The Innn l one of the l.t m the eoiuily, and (swell adapted In vera, tfta.s and In. .... ., , , o,.i,, ehieliy lilaek soil 1 here ia a Rood on-hard ol apple nud m- n-h trees A hehoelhniiMi. nn.i ntflnl..,..i.. bulMniK nia ol guml mii iliir. Teriin. ennv. J-1- HKLVH.LK.ou ineVreinisee. IIHK PltKMIUM VAHH of Rau.lolph emuity.'indil I ana, lor sala at fonv dollars i.er uer. o...... yours' tune, in tour mpial puj menu, irlihout interest , or on terms to suit i luelmhHr. w ilh inlerei-t. This e-lehratmj farm of lour huudred and twenly ai res, eslensivoly known ns the Meek farm, eoni- i.ii-i.i.niiiii two nuuarad ami lilly M-res ol lirai elass liottoui: tliraa hundred acrei. l..,-.-... u- 1....1 ..... .1 waured inj famed; uond aannrinient ol larue 1111.I small fruits; now hunt lirn; good dwelling Vionse, ri-eiitly eularaed, covered, iainlvdatid lauiert-d, I,, ar Uidgeville, enlit mdes norih l,.lliontaiui. ruii. road, in the Misalssilinewa Vidl.y.Blieeu miles norlh el of Puion Uiiy. tut urllior iulotuistiou aadr. s or call ou aii34ilaww WILLIAM M. LOCKK. For Sale. Trunks, &c. X EW TKCSK 'MA XI' FACTORY. (1. II. LOWR KOr F oT,LI,-Rl.? BTRKRT. I'AYTON. OHIO, ONE -i 1.0 1 vm ua uvjn 3 mAKHLK YAHI1. WK would most raHjiTOtfnlly inform the oilisens or ilaj too and Ilia wuUiu m t. uouil that wa liave otieued a Trunk mHnmu.ini-,- u-i..... .n keep in baild all kllllla nl Tmmlj.. v-i.. and Traveling Bavs, all of which we will sellatwhota ale or retail aa ehoap aa any liouaa lu Ihe 1 nv. I'ltrllelilarallunlion lend in r....ui-. 1.1 r......i... A sharo of oationa.M .i.hi.iiu., N.H W aixo have two acres of good land in Miami City which we will .H cheap. veldtf For Sale. Trunks, &c. Strayed. STKA Kl Hwuy from No. WKi irni mirt, a wJi to cow, of Koo.i si; hut h hole in unch horn. A id wral rowurd will be paid lor her. aiii;7.ltf Linimentum. VOItTliy of the NISKTKKM1I CKMIKV. Dli. K. VON W A V LINIM ICNTTJM for tneapeedy and eltactual cure ol RHBUMATIRTuI X liroaentiuii th "Liqinuruhm" tnlk. nuUio Olieol llio lieat and iiiiiml ..,inli,vu . Ihoday, idem wl.lih, li.uuderi.uiod 111 cluimin ' forittlm ,,.,,erof iierlonninij unlicard of cure l,ui Sio!,"1.' fOfosea of a l-AMII.V l-INIMhUI, It haano e.,ual. Tho "Lmiineuluui" IVevtr bcn Knotvn to rail! In any caaa of UheuinatiMn, no utattor of how long ataudiua;, whera Ih. direoliona wer relullv l,.ll,,w i."Z:n" "I "! dieao lomlunli it i rK'oniUHtiided. Ju rniMot m-urulKia, m(rn In tho buck , t-id, aioi uht-iU.irMniprtiD Un hU.nih, pi-finiMt piimlirii.ti.. t ou anil WfjikneHM, vhrMr hoivh. bunm, w-uld. r.i it M ftft and UBdH, uioilmi-hci, hdiuhe, Ao . U a iu Ilk b Ht'liMriu. i,ioimtvninnr iMtne r!nir of rrnuiv y f-ti:eiifiu i,'M thitpa.aiiiAiint virtues uf AN KXTHAOUUINAUV, PKiVKTUATIVK POWKU, Which no olher Ijnlmpnt ponr-enHow, nnl whirh in lha KMTfttri th niipHlllllflt.1 bill Mr. Hlllcll Ill.uU tl.tJ l.ninut iHinH" Hfu-r.-vtii it ib iMed. TKY IT ONCK, ANU YOU WILL UK WllHoUl' Ii'. 1 Jt I pUt Up ID -ificeu, &i fOllt, Mill I I) hotil,.H, wdh lull dirtk'liouHfor UNi, mid liinniilHt turt'd only . tr. U VHtoWAX, PmpriHoi. v No. a.iU 1 Und t , layioD o.(o "r by merulwohi nud UruttiMa wrvrywwr. Till! rNNTIl?TIO!t AS IT 18, ' THK UNION AH IT HAS' III this Sign shall we Conquer. Democratic State Ticket. ELECTION SECOND TUESDAY (13TH) OCTOBER. I'OR OOVKtlN'oR, C'LICMF.NT h VAl.l.ANDinilAM, Of Moulgnmtry County. r.turrrrxANT onvravoii, ; OKOUIili E. I'UGll, of Jlnmilttiii. AflllTOIl OF KTATK, WILLIAM HUKIJAKI), of Logan. TRKARI'RKIl OP STATE, HOUACK S. KNAPP, ol Ashland. SVI'RKMR JimilE, PHILADKLPH VAN TItUMP, of Fairfield. noARii op prni.io wntiKs, JOHN H. H EATON, or IJulmont. Democratic State Central Committee of Ohio. JOHN 0. THOMP-lON. HAMtlKI, MKIMRV, OEOKUK 1 UINVKKSE, AMOS LAYMAN. AI.I.KN (I. TIIPIIJIAN. Alt these frenllemon renide in d (utiilnt ,and letters of apolitical character addressed loanyoueul tin 111 will receive ptoper attention. STATU S UNA TOR, ABRAHAM CAIIILL, of Monlgomery. Democratic County Ticket. KKHtKsKNTATIVr.S, THUS. F. TH UK8H Kit. JOHN F. TO KAN. CliKltK OK THK rOl'HT, WILLIAM il (J1LLKSPIIS. TUKAHl'lttH, JONATHAN KKNNKY. PHOItATK IVDCK, ADAM CLAV. I'ROSKCUTINM ATTOKN KV, llKNUKitSON KLLIOTT. COVMlHHlONKtt, JOHN ALLKN, 1NKIKMARY PIKKf'TOR, JOSKPII K. WIMTMOItK CO HON KB, ii. KUULU F. Montgomery County Democratic Executive Committee. PAVTD A. ITOT'K, HAUVKY Pl.ANTHAHP IAMKH P. CUHHINfi, , JAV11 K HOV Kit, PHIMI WAL'li, JACOB I)IC('K V.K MOTTOES FOR THE TIMES. Toil niflV iflvo llio iwoi'ln n uionimrv KpiuIa' you inny (ivt t htn ft vnul Ho(im of anH.'iiilily ; yon ....... .m.-.iii. vim niniK i it;n'Si rutll U IVmntllfiii I'nmuwbutiiivH ne nn unf;itoict und J will ilpyyuutu MHTom Ii a linir'n bn-jtilih uiiun ilic-ir L tiprtiPM." Shprniiiii. J'KMOORACY. 'A fntinif lit lint lo Vio nniifil'..,. norru)itxt or omprnini.J, It ktidwno l.-t'ii r ; 11 t'liwiTN in no iifinr; it opon-SHi-M iu v,v'Miwr. iK'Mtrnctlvo only ot (iosiiotimn. it in iht- i.r.M.ci,.. tor frf LIIktIv, f.tHr Hint l'rwtrity. It in ihf m-nii-mctit of frfttlotn. of etnin nvlils. ui avuh-iI nLin-n : Ihf luwof tmtiini poiv.iii)K th Inn ot Hit- lim.l." "i iu pnw r(MKHi.ii.iiity ui our iliMit'itint'iit, nml tlio only ilitttriilty tntliuny ot" nn umi uMh Ht,ii-(-nutni, in with tli IUiuIi1hiu party. "enalt.r ivu la.", .Ituiimiy 3, Ibiil, Olilltt to th CnnstMlltion. hh tho Phinu-r.'l... I mnriiH'rclnijrH lo the Inxt plunk, when niLi uiui Mk 'nniy-i viose urounu nun. imnifl Vchntcr. " Tiilt 11 Armv ih tiilidtiL. von. hs .-nty.w. . thnt thf wur n j,nnotntfil for tho prasorvniiori of thn t'.iMHi niiu V'.MiMiiuuttii, ior your r-tiuoniilKv hih! jour 1 no yrcui i8Hi iMfr 1ho comitrv in thi-s: Hhu!l AltolitiOlllHItl imtdoun AtMllltlOIIHiUl.'1' Ilnnrv ll.v 18.. " ' Be Itifit nnt (ar not i Lot nil the, n,l tlw.n nimnui ut be thy Country'. thyd'Hand Truth'n." THE DOCTRINES WE ADVOCATE. Iuiual aud exncl jimtife to alt nion. nf n iiii.-,.r stati or pCTBUJision, lelixioiir. or political; vaP, tiomtnpnw. nn4 honr-tti fnendfihiii with nil nation-, t'liluiilini; alliances with none-: Thti tumtvrf. of tht Htate Ooiwmiiwi's in nf ',r.v rvfht itHiliH mont competent HdimuisinitioiiN lor our domettifiMiui'f'rnfe, imd tho unreal l.n!v:uki ai;!un-t anti rfpubl cm! tt'iidentTien; 'rhonrOBt-rVflttOnofthp ifillprfll imvurntminf in ila wliok) conslitutioiml yieor, an the .-diet-l Hiu-hnr.ut our pc ac-f athoiiia and ifety at road; A otlouH cure of the titrbt of Mprtjnn l.v tti lo; A mill! un'! aafo OOrrOPtlTO of (ibliston. u hinh nro l.-t.. im-U bvlhonwonl of rt volntinn. tvh. iw-t. ..! ri,,&. difs aro unprovided; Ahohite aooiuehotnoo In tho ilocwionM of tho ma jority, the vital pnm-ip'e of rr-pubhcH. Iiofn winch in no appeal but to foivi., the vital n iucinle hioI iitin,...tt. ate parent of ilenipotixiii; A uell disciplined iinlitifi, our hent reliance in pence, and lor Ihe tirtt moment ol war,(ttli reularn muy rn 1 he Hiinremaov of tho nivtl over IIia miiibirv nu. thorityi Kronomv In th nolilii TiknA. tlmi l..u.- i..au u lightly Imrdened; Thehoimwt payment of our debts, and nacred pre MervHlmn of tbe public fttith: Ktii'oiirLeint.iit, ol agriculture, imd of romuierce as itH Iwtiulinauii ugi . , Thedittti-ion ofiixfTtenation, and arraignuH'nt of .til ntMiM-t at the .Krof (inr,iic reaMou; rreeooni oi religion. Kukkuoii off rut. i-kk-h; AmlfrM iinufutwnuntltrlhf,motirtionrf the li. BKA8 I'OHPl'N; And trial by juriea impartially melceted." THOMAS JEFFERSON. THOMAS JEFFERSON. SENTIMENTS OF VALLANDIGHAM. 'Mo Hk'ht: and irtiff to t;oi. tmH 'imivi-u ...... VKoPl.ki. I'erirth oflice, pennh honortt, peririh ule ithell, but do the thing thai ih nbt, and do it liken man." .SWrh of Ja-n'iitu llf A. Isiva. 'levoted r the I'niun irom the bet-inning, I Mill not dein know. In thu the hour ot iUtfeuibHt tiiHl ' Krt 1 tut t Una .Vjituct. "Not Iteheving thn HoldieM repMnnible lor Ihe war. or it purpoH, or itHi;i)Hi'(pi, j iii-verwiihlicid my vote where their tteprnu lutercMa wuru com eru ed. .Spe h Jnn 4th, 1h(3, "Htr, I am aiptinwt Hinninn. I find no more p'ea.1--ure in a southern dnumoiiiHt timn in a noitheru or wunloindmiiiitoiiinl." i.twch Ihe. IMA, lUtti. 'l am not a Iru-nd ol tho Tuun-denne itiuier. or their cause, but iment-inyl" lrt-ne' J,,n S,tch. "1 mint Ieiiioirat 'or roiiMiiimion, It.r Law, Tor Uuion, lor Libwrty ',-lfro:r fittm S4t. ".Never wuh my eons, ni tsbtill pem-n be purchased ol tbe pnertof IHHtNluN.' Krtrur Jtom ..etsh. " Jiu order of baiiiahuirut, exei-uled by Mip,-rior Jorce, can rvltmnu mo Irom mv ngiilt an a eitiz.-u .f Olmi and of (ho Ihott-d Mi.t.f. Kvtiy Rcnlilnent aud eipreNHion of nrtiu hinent (o the llnioh nd devirtioii to the CoiiHtitutitHi In mv etiiiohv whiohl tmve ever oneribetl or utlerfd, kIihII l,n(e uo'thttuuetl and unreitm u d until my jt turn.', ii i Hotels. UNITED STATES HOTEL , , BKACH TUKJiT, UgsTUM. (Pireclly oppoaltc thaHimton nnd Woreeler Hiolrutid tiot.) rnHB underaiRiied, who haa lieeu conuecled ailli Ihe i. Alliericau IJouae, in nil (illy, lor ovpr nine vi-aii-, haa lea-ed Una well -Itaou 11 and .i,,.ul;ir llnud do a term ol yearn, and iled$ei. Inn. -ell to hie I11.I1.I- and Ihe imalic. to line tna "tn.o-t elloru to eiiNtaiu ihe rco ulaliou of the UNlTKIl b'l'ATKM llll'I'KI. -n,.i. laa. tiuuaa 'I he liiihtio may relv noon lin.1,1,.. ..1 otaea liolel. I'nco. aa Itnrnlurur, Two Dollar, perdav. ':,"l"i' KKANK i. I'BA'I"!'. Clothes=horse. 8IIMKTUIMJ WOKTH UAV1MJ. I T I. a well-made, tlirea-fold flolhea lior,e,with an adUlIJe pin har lor haiivlev ili.,.a 00 11 i "rvt teul ul, aud Ilia tint Idolliee Imrae Dial lias a liood placa lor di,..r, l.aelilea all Ilia .. e ll.at other lioraea have. Ihey art uianufai lured and told at Ho. a 17 Kir.l .treat. Mat! J..B. BALSLEY.