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TCKSDAY, AUGUST 30, 188 I DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. V. 1LI.I A M W ARMSTRONG, KUFKEMtt sJliDliC-t T run, trim.) riMbArM-.IJ'H VAN TRUMP. . , . 01 KettlMd flti, VCWClt. : f m.vc;m.s c Will IELEY, Of ." CfUintf . Hu'rt Vfva'K-y, - imi:F.V VHKTi, I.VMANMt rilirOtlKIEIiU. . )f Jl-.'ln'. I'nnlT. ( n'Wii'ii i ; 'I"" 1'rmiht, WU.I-IAM 8 V PKKNII8S, i if PrAnU'in ToiintT ' ' , ir, CilMMts.-IONKB, Al.KXANMH'.ll 3 HAM SET, BIAR'i r fllHI.IO WORK, (riii. rn,l WII.T.IAM LAKWH.L, it ahIiIhi.) Connty. C1UKLES BOi:SKL, Of Auuulf. County.; ; I i t j I Current News Items. Aswuato bw expced, recraitinj; in the S-.uth is a fniliire. There are two hundred hi-I twr.?-f;vf esfpntt in Neshfille, and the? l.'iv" n'i' ob:.t.ed at J et or e hundred and fifty ri'c"uiis An tflorr i being made to remove General l',x from cmiinand in New York, and ub yt'tnte tin1 Be:i.i Butler Mr Yallar.dicliam ii a member of theCom in it tee 'in reoiuiiotia in ibe Chictgo Conveo Hon; Chilton A. White is on the Committee on orauizitiiin ; ai.d Alexander A, Long on ihit of eredoMialt. It is s4hat Ornnt U receiving re-inforce-lacn's nt the rute nt more than one thoutand per day. W preaume he "aaet up" about at inony us he re;Tne ; . . i Amon the netsnn epoken of for Vice Proaident, are JW-ri Cox and Pendleton, of Ohio, Bruml' tte, of Kentucky, Penn'lvnnia ana v.a s,o A fireii reprrted at Atlanta, eauted by a shell from Sherman. It is reported lhalSher. 'run' force nre well supplied, whicb raises a lioubl in our mind at to the fact. The teifiirtiph pretendt 10 eay that recruit ing ia ixninii on very sucveaafully all over ibe country. If aui-h ia the fact, what need it there for the draft 1 An effort is to be made to have the draft pOH'poued. , : The World a correspondent eayt that if the t all had been for 300.000 instead of 500,000 the whole would have been raised. Early's farces are reported in full retreat op the valley, pursued by our forces. The We'ilon road is si it I in Federal potseat. ion, and it ia reported that Lee baa ceased all effort to rcaptur it This will do until the next dispatch advises us that be it resolved to retuk it, if it cost him hit whole army. All ia now quiet about Peterabuig and in Butler's front. The special to the Commercial from Colum bu ears that great hope it entertained that Ohio will clear henielf of tbe draft altegeth er. The Slate Agents sent to Tennessee to re cruit negrfts have been captured near Look out Mouutaio. .. I ... , . The Fail of Gold. Gold is going down,' having been at low at 235 in S 'W York, and doting latt evening at 233. There is no military tnc ccs8 adequate toexplain this fart. Indeed, for the lust few months the precious metal has steadily advanced in the face of vic tories claimed by the Federals. The only explanation we can offer it the conviction which haa seized the public mind that Liucola will be ronatrained by the force of circuiSKtannos to Conclude a peace. Added to this, the prospect, now so hope f 1, of the election of a Democratic Presi dent, gives some assurance of ttability to the Government, and to that extent, ens taint ita credit. , , ...... The Black Republican convention Hamilton, have renominated Schenok Congress, notwithstanding- his advocacy ot the repeal ot the txemption clause, and the support ho gave to wholesale conscrip tion. His opponent in convention was "Col. Vauderveer," of Butler coontv. Rr.n..-ov l.u.l .1.. .o .ll 1.M ...'. .or.n. . uv he beat the Colonel badly, the vote stand ing, for ScaitKCK 81, Yandekveer 19. i The Black Republican Convention at Hamilton did not dare to adopt resolu tions. Tbo men who constituted th meet' ing, either did not know, or were afraid .. . , , . . m .o . y, ..... u. ,ue, are going to pursue. They re-adopted the Baltimore platform, knowing that it . A . , . . " ' ":"ul" ,rV J T 'T tial candidate put in the field, and the pro ceedings at Baltimore repudiated. ' Gov. BaouuH and ex-Governor Denni- aos, ure announced for speeches at the r.L j . Court House, on Thnrsday evening next, " About the Chicago Convention. The snecial to the Commercial aeys there will be no contest for the Presidency. ,..,, ... , , , T, jMcClelltn's nomination in conceded. It also says that the War Democrat, al- .l....v .v. .....I, fo. .... t.nVin ,u..8u r---wu.,7 the platform, finally succumbed, and the Pcemen will have the platlorm tneir . ., , , t. own way. It will declare for an armistice. and thta will lead to peace. Vallandig- ham was loudly cheered in Convention. Alex. Long's resolution to appoint Com ' mianionen to auk Lincoln to suspend the draft) was -loudly cheered. 'The Illinola delegation recommend Chief Justice Caton for Yice President. . Mr. Cox waa cheered on making his appearance in Convention. The Oatette't special says "it ia impoaai lle to overlook the intense hostility to the war which ia the most prominent and ontapokeu expression of this vast assent j blsgo.', , We think that very likely, j He says the McClellan men mean peace quite as much as Fernando Wood men. This we are very glad to hear. lie alo says "these people mean success, and expect to win." Tbe following ia a special to the Cincinnati Qatttt : CHICAGO, August 29—11:15. All Illinois emptitd itself out in Chicago taat night and thit morning, larie at wt thought the crowd yeuerday, it it immensely larger to day, etreeta are all blocked up, and thousands were witheai lodging! latt night Speaking goet on to day in little knott every where in ihe neighborhood of the boteit Fernando Wood and Vallandigham made lit tle speeches this morning, demanding a peace plaltorm. They have tbe hearts of the whole Convention with them ia thit matter. The Qatetie is distressed becauB"Dixie" was cheered, and because Vallandigham was the only delegate cheered on his en trance into the Convention. The Gatettt says: .,..' "Such a thing as War Democracy, in the loyal tens of tbe word, made no manifesta tion whatever. The triumph of Fernando Wood and Vallandigham hat been complete. They have not indeed outnumbered the war i a . - i i , - i D,.e accomplithed something more im- puriaill. Aurj oil. wud iuv v.f ymtij, can didate and all, and carried then over bodily to tbe peace ranks ' ' The Enquirer's special says r ' Everything betokens tbe nomination of George H Pendleten fur the V ce Presidency; hia nomination is almoat at certain at that ol McClellan Tbe platform will be at I have already telegraphed yon. There baa been tpeecbet to crowds in front of the Sherman House, Vallandigham being the principal epeaker. He has pledged hit undivided support to the nominee ol the Von vention. Fernando Wood haa alto made pub lie the tame declaration. That disposes of the lie telegraphed the Oaittte, that Mr. Vallandigham pro poses to bolt, if McClellan is nominated Major General R. C. Schenck. st'sonis ont of the question, and nothing forll0ft na but contrast are calumniated by UhU upstart Major General, who struts in . . i . , Major General Robert C. Schenck made a speech at Hamilton, on the occa sion of his nomination, which for malig nancy and blackguardism haa not been excelled by any of the malignanta and blackguards of the party to which lie be longs. It is not characterized by any un usual degree of ability, any more than is the Major General by whom it was uttered It is wholly destitute oi argument. In deed, it makes no pretensions to anything of the sort. It is a rigmarole of abuse a tirade of slander a bundle of Tulgai epithets, which any deniaen of the Five Points conld equal perhaps, though car tainly not excel, in subject matter, and manner of delivery. Tbe men at Chica go are "sneaking rebels," says Major General Schenck 1 Hobatio Sbymoub, Miixabd Fillmore, Geo. Pendletobt ClEUEMT L. Yll.LiNDIOBAM, C HILTON A. White, and hosts of other of like char acter, intellect, and acquirements, are "sneaking rebels," says Major General Robert C. Schenck t Men whose shoes he is not fit to nntie men who are so immeasnrably his superiors in all the qualities that make np th statesman, the patriot and the gentleman, that com pari - shoolder-atraps received at the hand of AaBABAat LmcoLsT I ABRAHAM WnCOtW I It is well enough .for Major .General Robert C. Schenck to be advioed that T0a state rammon pieces wuicn maae np his speech at Hamilton, and which make np all his speeches, have served their day. v i- o- i- li. . V have had their etlect npon the public mind, . ... and are now worn out, worthless, and excite nothing bnt disgust ven in a Black ttepublican. audience. Bucn phrases as ' mii.H im - . f. . 1 i iiiciw uu uuiu .v. m uuiuK.i yni, I ...... . . l Md d" ' !"' " 1 mouthed and iterated in th newspapers, i in speeches, on the streets. ' and in con- J rottMtivU UUltl mv vvt sraaatwasti sltt.W I learned and repeat them now quit as well. . t us anrl with fiillv a much fnere. a Maioe j , General Robert C. Schenok. The peo- pie know that under these specious pro- i j . .. fesiions, and by virtu of this hypocnu- 1 ; , ""--"i'iitiif cal cant, the party to which Major Gne- ral Robert O. Screwck belnno-a Wa ! spilled tLa blood of nearly million of ' . ., , ' . " American alliens, have made eeparation j almost necessity, have burdened . . i.. . ... i wuu.uomwnicQ.il noirepuaiat- el, will oppress the people forever, and that they still make demand of more kii , A . . , "'"" roi oe squander- ed with the same prodigality an before. It U to tLe men whom Major Gen. 8cci ' , J vru. uvBtiii . revile ana blackguards it i to the men whom h designates copperhead and re. i .... , ,rr . . ' belt, bat whom thty know t be patriot and statesmen, that the people now look foe tt,..;r ..l..ilnn .k. .1. " "T , " of their country. The day-ia at hand when the epithets of Msjor General RostRT r ' ' r i-u i.. -ii ., i C. Schmcst and men like htm, will recoil npon the utterera, . Let him beware). J : tW All persona who desire a continu-1 nn. o ),. . u . . j fl ; anew of the war, a repetition of the draft, ; and a new call six months hence for 500,- j 000 men, will evinca their dcair by vot- i in foe Moa.wn. ...j .. I 4 hi question .01 veracity wuicn was i raited between Lincoln and Schenck, has, ' we believe, never been settled. It will be ! ' " ""I remembered that each accused the other of j falsehood . . j j Historical Facts. . to When you hear Abolitionist rh&riinr th. Rebellion upon Democrats, confront them with the following troths from Hintory : ' ' t 1. Thar there wis no symptomt of Rebell ion in tbe South until atter the election of Abraham Lincoln, who had proclaioiced that this Government could not exist cart free and part tlave and that he would not be bound by a decision of the Supreme Court, if it decided that slaves could be beld in the Ter ritories 2. Th.t P.n, n.u - .u. ! I... L . ' i a monins 01 nit Aaminntratioa waa govern-1 I . i , . . . 1 I ed jy tbe advioe of Mr. Seward, known to be Lincoln't Secretary, on all matters touching the rebellion ; 3. That all difficulties would hava been aettled by the peaoe Convention, and war fire- cuieii, Lincoln, tnaae, Chandler, eL al., bad desired it. 4. That If Lincoln had called Contrraat to meet on the 20to ot May at he could has done and called 76,000 men limply to pre lect Washington nntil Cengreta bad acted here would have been no war. A The Border States won Id not hare gone out and tbe men who fired on Sumter, would have been punish- ed by Law. i . . 5. That at any time since tbe war com-!'""' mencea, Lincoln t voagrett could have made Peace by simply guaranteeing? to the State their Constitutional Rights and can do so, now. t That from 1833 to I860, the Rnuth.pr. Statet bad respected and executed every law of Congr as while large numbers of citizens in every northern State, had repeatedly rebell ed r sine I tbe Broad Seal of the United S.atvs of America, tore it no. tramnled it n. I der their feet, and assaulted the officers of th ' i I n 7 . vui,,iip, Government i T That in no Southern Si.teexc.pt ' f .ii-. ...i !. '.i South Caroline- th. .nlarl .kn f 1) J. . . w""',"r" .lur"T ' " iiiimi lur a rvsiull. in lOUO. in b....rn...:... ..j l.j .1.- " w"u' lavor ot Secession ; and bad the war been prosecuted solely to enforce the Lawt and defend tbe Lonslttutioa and put down arm ed rebela, it would have ended two yean ago, and there would not not have been now an armed rebel in any Stats 8. That tbe election of Abraham Lincoln waa ihe immediate cans of this war and all its disasters and bit removal through th ballot-boxes will bring immediate Peace, and restore tbe Union I A Word in Time. -minded men of all parties mar aa wall inated at Chicago, let htm be who be mar. :tl L. J j . . uw.iucm uul., iu.i lu. ... woo ia nom wiu on uonouncea as a eoppernead and trait or. ! Many of the Abolition journals have long since made these charges against th patriotic and pure-minded McClellan, and in eat he it nominated they will cootinue th charge. Is eat he it not nominated, they will point to that faot at evidence that pat riot did not suit such men as controled th convention. As with McClellan, so will it be with others. Whoever it chosen will be et tailed at the candidate of Jeff Davit, and will be pointed to at tbe very man whom be required Ihe Northern Democracy to select. These assaults will not mislead old politicians, bat it will he well for men who are tired of Lincoln and who feel that change it neces sary, to be prepsred for the kind of election eering we have described Htark Ait. Deserting! In all quarters, former topportert of Lin ooln are deserting kins. They are satisfied that he it a most lamentable failure aa a Pres ident, and tbey have no disposition to give their voice lor nit eontinaanc in power four years longer Th Lancatier (Pa) Intelli- 9ncr ' 'he 8th lost , published at the home pf Thaddeus Sitvens, taytthal-Mi-. Stevent ( hfM U.ly ukn ,..,; , w!,hont disguise, that 'it the Republican party desire 10 ucca. by "O" lfe Lincoln off th track and nominate a new man .What's lb difference, whether Lincoln is continued on th track, or torn ether tnaa it !? .hJ' J?,''c; '1 b ProP' ' ; tmne Lincoln t policy? Such a change would simply be a change of actors, without a chance -r . l . li i j m '""y arama. - . "i ggr Th. New York rrow'DoTn..dl.,..d truly says: i.i i.titL-OLS s Death Warrant. Lincoli igntd hm twn detlb ntfnt mbfa u his nam to the not addressed 'lo whom it .o.c.rn ' He is no. politically dead, and his luneral will take plao in November 'r kPt ,0-' Bal '0"ifl cation 1 i a arlmmente peace meeting! are being uru ml ut" ins gouniry, in wnica xieDubli- .. r. "... L -1 ,J . 1 1 . L i l r east atweu a uemocrats tale nart. L. coin's daterminatioo to ktep the war up antil ,l"T8rT ' destrorad, h arou4,th indig- nation of th people from Mam lo th Pacitie eout, I Letter from a Rebel Prisoner on Johnson's Island, to a Lady Cousin in Ohio. , . , , , , JOHKOH I.L4BD, Oho, JulT 1, IH64. Mr I)(ai Cociii:-I wrote to you see. th'r'l,J ,inc '!'' UPP0" my letter bat reached yo by this time. I received t he pa- p,TOU ,, ,w0 dmT, ,;,. tni read ,hfm almost immediately ' In fact, I always read V"J )M,r "n ' na m'nK u allowance!, 1 can arrive at a pretty correct idea or tie status r " matter and tbintrs in general.'' I read terrible etori,$ sometimes T""j? TiTT f?L D 01),"a pUrpoS .(,,. to prejudice the Northern mind against tlie South, uoi the least among which it the J''"Kd treatment of prisoners by uit You can se here men who look equsttv n bad and emaciated at any of the cuts'' in theNew York pictorial paper, and Ti l no calm and uobiaaafl peraou would think lor an .,,. ,h, it was produced by Karvalion, Priaonera held by na receive the tamo fare tb" onr "liitr$in the field rfe, and is thit not at much as any one can expect? hit Blt,rly iinpoMio, ?orot to furBitf them with all the luxuries of life, u long as the block ade is in force. Besides, were these reports ,rue' tD Federal anthoriiiet would retaliate ; but they know we do tbe beat we can under th, ci' in,..Be,h.nc. lh. ..tm of . taliation so strongly urged and advanced !v ,ne PPer" ytni that would inaugurate I have seen where th prisoners on Johnson's . e 1 I have seen where th Island were living o n i ho " (at of the land " Well, for once they told the truth, lor if it is Dttbe double dutilled quintesience of fat, 1 ,h" but 'cption of the meaning ot tbe word. Still 1 do notcom- plain and have no right to for " Southern tubjeets of rebl proclivities," don't expect to fare at well here at they would were tbey at home, But cousin I hope you don't believe any of the things referred to above. I avail myself of small band in order that tbe doc trine of "multum in parvo" may apply. Write toon, dear cousin - E. The Richmond Papers Favor Lincoln. Tbe strongest advocates for re election that Lincoln his are in the rebel States. Th Richmond Enquirer and Dispatch are favor- able to hie eleotion. The Richmond Ezami ) ha. th. fo ovmrr . , r. r ..B . I'hn, , h a RHl lima For tbe first lime we have tbe pleasure of oearuir approving a oiaie paper oi Aoranam Lincoln. It is In bis Letter addressed ' To Whom it may Concern." -. Tbe "Secesb" know that so long at Lincoln it President, they can keep down tbe Union feeling In tbe South Tiffin Adv. . .:i : o...- . .. , An Indisputable Fact. " If the thirty four Slates of tbia Union Bhsl ever be gathered underneath the folds of one common flag if Peace once more binds to gether thit people, now estranged by war " must be by the deleat of Abraham Lincoln and his expulsion from power. This done, the sunlight of joy and hope will rite " ,ns oiaca ciouus oi this awlul war. Tiffin Adv. Ma. Mui.i.ii.t's Release, The Commis sioner hat dismissed the eberget against the editor of the Metropolitan Record lit is not, after all, it thus appears, open to the charge of having attempted to excite into riot and violence againtt tbe draft a citizen OI ,now..0 10 elack Kepublicaniam xi t i0lllii u j u- , Mr. Lincoln will, we hone, rear lh.. ..a. of Mr. Mullfklv arioht .n!Ti.7. v' v . a1"" nnn no toolt in New York who wil dare to CB carrv0i.thi.d,w.ti,. .Ill It m kt 1- .I.-- a. . . n l , , this State, at all events, he must learn to keen wttbin the limits of the law, and to torego bis outrages against tbe freedom of speech and the press. If n awkard autocrat will read his rebuff in th case correctly, this commu nity will have become indebted heavily to Mr. Mullaly. tf, r. iVeics. The Slave Shambles Moved from the Sooth to the North The Buffalo Cbwner gives Ihe following couversation aa of daily occurrence in that city : - , Qent What it the price of a likely young negro to day ? f ilroaV From $550 to $G00, according to tbe demand Cent Could you furnish sue with three or fear sound negroes at any less price? -' Broker No, sir I There is a demand for all we hare in Massachusetts, where w send thos wbo can t past examination, and where we get larger pricet. ?! How saoa could yon fill an order for twenty or thirty negroes to fill th quota of .r CO L. uur iu.ii, ai Buy, siiiti eacu r Broker Wt can't take order ahead. The price is going up every day. W expect an other car load to morrow, or next day, and we will sell at the market prio How Preachers Differ! Tb Rev. George B Chtever, of New York, ha Issued a pamphlet in which be declares "no christian can vote for Lincoln " In this section w have some little pulpit-bangers who declare that Aba Lincoln, who eiugs songs and tells indecent jokes, is ' God's an oointed." Tiffin Adv. . Of Course. "Bobby, what does your father do for a tiv-in-?", "He's a philanthropist, sir." "A what?" "A philanthropist, air." ""And doe be gain a livelihood by being philanthropist?" "Why, yon tee, tir, he collects money for tbe Sanitary Commission, and builds bouses of the p oceedt." , ' I Let Us Reason Toocthee Republican! Pemocrata! Our Country belonga to ut all. Three year of war hat not tettted our diffi cult. Thousands and thousands of lives have been lost million! of treasure expend ed, but we are no nearer the end of the war! Stop end reflect! Hare we tried Negotia tion f Not Why? Because Linrolu will not consider termt of peace until slavery it abandoned. Shall the war go on to gratily Lincoln't peculiar idea? Shall the war be indefinite, exterminate, everlasting t Let rOJO together Aroo all fcelingt of bil ternett, and go hand in hand ia restoring peace. It can be had, if Linooln it defeated. Seneca Adv. '-. - . Th Boston Courier tavt Ihirtv-aav.n dollar ia gold will buy a Federal bond of on hundred dollars on State street in that city, while it lakes sstmnty-fiv dollars in gold to puy uoni ia London. . n e 1 i i r . buy Confederate bond of the same amoaat , "Strenuom efTortt art being Iratimir Republicans in all parte of made by the coun try to force Linrolu to withdraw at a candi date for Ihe Ptesidency, In order to nomina a more available man. We sincerely hope these eSort will prove unsuccessful. We wish Lincolu to remain on th track, so that judgment may he passed npon bis corrupt and wicked Administration by the people at the ballot-box. fteJ" The Providence Joernal says that Den Burnaide tendered his resignation to Gen. Grant, Who refuted to accept It, and also declined to relieve bim of his command. tfcyAn TXfhsnge pablishes deaths under tat head of "Exemption from the Draft" We consider this a prtuygond joke on "the best government in the world." The suggestion is that death ia a iurky eacnpe from it. demai.d.-. We uuiferHtnnil that the paper makers are going lo make another rise in tbe prices. 1 hey are destroying the newspapers almost everywhere bf theirs exactions. A I. kol in iKia city recently enquired at what time in ihe evening sparking should cease, and received for a reply, "When the tpaik goes out Tub Draft is sure to come off next Monday a week. ' Put your House in order," all jc who are too pcOr to get a aubttitute. Father Abraham calls and yon must go. I a teyThe harmony which characterizes the Chicago Convention, and the expressed inten tion of tbe Delegatea to support the nominee whoever be may be, it gall and wormwood lo the Lincolnitet. .Tbey know full well that tbeir doom it sealed. ' ' There seems to be a very general impres sion that a division of tbe States would keep the sections in perpetual war. Would a Union restored by warb any more likely lo insure a permanent peace? Certainly not Tbe present war is an illustration that Union and Peace are not inseparable. . . It is to reason, to humanity, and to Christian charity that the people of America must rely upon and look to for peace. Neither Union or dis union have anything to do with it. Peace. Let tbe nominees of tbe Chicago Convention be whom they may; let tbe pint form be wbat.it may; we know that the peo pie want Peace; and we know that it is the power of thit god-like sentiment, that Is d' . moralising the ranks of the Lincolnitet, and imparting enthusiasm and strength to the Democratic party. It ia for Peace the people are moving ia their might; for Peace they are praying and working, aud nothing but the hope of securing Peace, saves them from the inertia and gloom of despair. It it "peace to our red, red waters peace to tbeir blight ed shores," whicb alone can promise to return to us the blessings ol which war and its con comitant evils have bereft us; and it is alone for tbia that "Karnes aouls areuua ns labor, YeArning lor thei-oining titu, Wb. o ItM acuneter and sebar, fchealhed, tthati cew their deeds of crime." Good Lack for Lincoln and hit Crew Jf ihe ferocioua barbarians of the early ages ,had not invented and cultivated tbe heathenish and bloody policy of war, wbat would thejocuad Jackass of Sangamon have doue for the means of restoring the Union? And but for th bleated "war-power," bow coald he have triumphed over the Conttitu tion in behalf of tbe nigger? And again, if the bigotry and fanaticism whicb haa made Plymouth Rock forever infamous in tbe histo ry of man,'' had ' perished with old Cotton Mather, what would th mtmea of old Lin coln bare done for a "spirit" wherewith lo persecute the Democracy?. ';.. The principles of pescs and tb exponents thereof, must stand back awhile longer for the tenets of bigotry and tbe advocates of blood shed I -','' ', i. n Jnst Published- Biographioal Mem oir of Clement I. Vallandigham by his Brother. A handsomely printed pamphlet ol 64 octavo pages. This ia a document of uuusual value aud inter' at; entirely authen tic aud reliable. Every statement in it per sonal or otherwise can be strictly verified. Th Work is wanted everywhere, immediately by hundreds of thousands. Price delivered 26 cents. ' ' ' Country dealers can be supplied through the channels by which they receive their New York papers, and at onr lowest wholmale price. Tbe commissions charged by the News Companies being paid by us. Every editor who is disposed to aid ia giv ing this pamphlet a wide circulation is invited to insert tbiaadvertisement and draw oo us for copies of the Memoir to the amount of bis Bin, to Df aet)t in a pacKag ordered by any one in bia vicinity. Waiter Co , Publish ers of "Books for the Timet" tc. No. 19 City Hull Square, New Yotk Augnal 14 1364. Aug 6th, 1SG-1. dtf. I Wheeler & Wilson i aBWINO MACHINE; V AaM-.W Tttzf i AUK ADAPTED TO KVKRV Variety of Bewloff for Ft.mll Wear,' TJIROMth tjahtest Hii.lia to tho Haaelwt Oloth. ' The! Ork UU&II. Wll llluiH Ailk. l.tnMn. IVonln. tint Couoa Oon's, wio,(uiinn, O.thenn. Hem- mi u U , raniDK. umiia, .nd Lor una. MMin.ni, ...r. iBiitohiogea Buttons and Uialiii.' 1 oaa.. uau. .,.. ri ot Beiuil MiK working Uutloa Meles, i mv7m m .ir..i a-smiip-a nsass. - - i " JVr n iu,mcv i i ' i j I I I f i l. I Juaa3-dtf Of Course. Medical. CICKES rnu-jhs I'nMs, ftore Thrust, Aninnift, lull J f'onunitnoa It je onlv ir) lor sny M troubl-d wit!, tries eomplsii.!? lo trvone bot'U of SMck and'e Mellifliio'it Cnvgh Baltam to ennvlnce thm Ibnt it tbe eet tr.pnrsflon ever n-eii. 11 t.oi nmyeu'de ine .wrp anajoon "i re 'i'tiroot .!,! I.nmrt,. but it t-nri-s Nichr Swet- sine 8plttinnot Rl o.l enil is sn mtlpni Ms.jtle tor nn-km-l o; Vore Thrnst. 11 js pi-nsnnt 11. tskf., sn-le ssle meilioiue or iitLnts Pr.t-t flti Centfl Dt-r hotlle. ForiKl tit .ImKi'U. ener.i'lv. ml EVEHVBorY i lefing cuml oi ihi di.tre.iDg tite.fce It; (tie Ue oi Dr. Strickland Pile Iitmcdy. what Ihwc amy who'lhv ur-f( it: Mr. Jimr.Pzi W . I utiti.nni, til l.t'Ui.s .!!r, urd Mr. J, P JMAriie, OitvinriWi, O tort, wprprurf-d tr Ofifi on n.K ( f Ir. Htri. k-lnn.rf. Yc fi kit. Thn thy liitrft triaM evtiyttiiog bitt t ul'i obtain no rt-Jiei, out uurrnui rint hiRui Jrur niiiwti- Pir'ilO H Hrf'ci rurv nftrr unfl. rint: (or mntiT y- ur vhh ihe wnietkinti of Files. Th-y recommend e?ery cno who f utlrrliiK to vy it. auk ior Dr Strickland's PiU fiemedy. Sold bv All Hriltrmi-ts. I 'i r( a nit 'aiin.a.itirri st No. Kadt Fourth t, Cinainnftti, . ml T TP -rT -sr w- Strickland1 a Antu Cholera Mixture. T3 compoetatmof ftstnnjwnti, orhntn. iinu- JL intt ana ruTminMiTe, nhirh very riyt-tcinn or ...uwirugt-i tin, y.r. pnrHti a inl j cnel tt pennftnent enre of InutThe n,d T) wtupv-.Tht-. Cholf-rtt Miziure i now in use m omeor ur rn.v hotjLm)t) where it tt,e jrffltfi a(irnnitr.n. 1: '9eti Ihf? llVliir iKrtnasflnr.H Af nnr tr-l.li,i. ,t- euiteus.ird we wilt (tunrsutee it to I th b-it rrme- tiji in --ifj inu ,or aJiKinioaHnu i ntery. Mr Wot.ij, oi Coviiijjton, My.. miK l met huppy to BitiMy mr one t. the- virtuf ol sith kitnr Ar.n Choltia Mixture; infvt t have a yrM numt-erol Letimt-n.s'h Imm y v Dl tin linvf t tr n run d eiTc-i oeiiiv? proiiounccci id urt le by tbelr-i hytU iann, snm ftftertftkinnorlyono rnttleof f-rTicKlflnd'ti Auti Choi- yiE iiiixiu ). it outtuner wi.ti inhta and i-yeti-lerytty ojieimttle t,ja 1 Hair Restorer. A CAKU TO THE PUliLXO. THE lTNPKHHr4NKl) hereity return thlr lhanka to Mr alttitiie Fiiec, AKHQt, ruu lite b HP. MAM l LIFK lXSlUANtK lOMPAKI ofNewVork, for the ureal promptne.s tliey list hown m psyniK to oh the ann-urt ot the mMin nr-e outheor.. ot Heur Eieher, itei-esst-il. H.ld Eicher mmlted lu life lor the ken.'Ht ol hm il ai d thil-. itren, oo lh. 21sl tiny o Ar,l, lho4 lj tu.kleoly toxic u k.anii ietl on lh- 3d day ol liny, 1KH, ni on this ilny ihe rompauy Lhs j.aid us the smouiit of Ihe inmjrnii e SI. loci. V e lliink it right thai I In tub li should know UlM ImiU. , BAHtUP FICBXR.' Pevton, Mt?4.1SIM A. BOORKT. Ilmd i'itoi'i;s!OH it mi ,.vs OlitT GEKUIN'K ; TT A T T? :T? V. fl V n V? 1? t l M. luaiMpl. VAtUU DISKASEH OF TIip KCAL1' aMiK skill of thetnrdical fueulty in tresliup disuse. . o' Die coh) hav, in a rr.Binn y ot n.ts, I .u 1st tld t.y lli.s, Hie moi-t pei ul-i.r ilf nn- ul the 1,1 no frame, it nut lo he w, mleredpt, r.h it r quir. I, gii .t tu'iy, deep r teari-h nmi a oiu-nlnl iur. shLstiiD ol Ihet-HiiK.B wlii.h piomi,;e tie oieshe. I i Icis (he csiue in riiM-overed, it is un utter ilnp'w mtilily lu emd cte the Jmra.e end eltert a peiuisniTt ei le. ti!eiii-t ot the .enjp him-1 ren pruni utii i d lot-nisl.le by ai.me ol the nicstenitni ui phxsiuistis. 1 have de voted TEARS or (TIDY To this neenllsr tr1 of the htimsn tram, and 1 .m HHli.lini th.il I pjMsc.na Sofaras knotrn, thst would permanently crsdioale thos loathsome diseasee of the hauip I. ., SALT RHEUM, 8CALD ilKAD, And othreiitaneouK dhea.efl,and restore he hsir to thoe who have t.c-i'ine lAld. To ntak Kood tlu assrrtiou, 1 will foifcit FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS 17 I fall to citrn the wor'l eases ot diseased aealps I ti e loiiiii-Ht Maiutiii with ihe OZM'Y UaCAUIftK IIA1H UKftlOUKH. Rpad the itllowlrit: (T.trntrM-t 0 Mil. tw'orn rtwW.) Alhant,Nlw iobi. Paor. TkMi-kn: Two yeare ago my tttdp (torn dineaeil,nnd my hair criinni)i,o d to ml) out Trry tt. Tab diat He jiit-ntl ititiil nty mm'p wa otic ioniiilet ore. It btaohme very pintut- m? reat at lulwaa broken; the burtimt; hiu! Uv Ittnjr enttiif Iod ttr ui auj poraLrit; 1 would Hfiily rvtiit-dy alter Kmnf, tut ouly monentary rn ii f I rmilud atrt fl.jsi fiiaoa of lhia city I waa itiiormed by them tliwt disease wiiii which my ei'i-lp van Hil-i't ii warn i, e hnit Kh tun, aud that thr-y fMHilu ui t I cn-Ht ne 1 r ad your advertisen ' ut aDd aMidudfd t rotiiuH ou. Vttti af"iireI me tbAt you woulu eiadicKte tl tiia ast anl rtwsiore my hn.r, wbict bad Ut on very it in, With itn.i an.' ranee 1 jifn'ed myi.ili m jo.ir rami and the results are, I t sv- a luxuri..rt t au of l au, my ovftlp m Drtife-Uy wr, and m Jiair rcsned tc Tall out. Rttijifot uilj yotrs, Maf f.uii (J. vi.il, ho. I;? Ponih Pearl tre't. ' Tt if h Tact iK'kntm le t'rd bv fill w ho iaw u- d tlie flair ilaitort'r. and their oine ih Legion, that jt n THE ONLY I RKI'AKA I ION That trould "(Irrtiially and permaueutly reel or th nairoi ifiOMwbu-e talH,and prTul IHE HAIK FROM fALLlNb Off I he Isrtj aud ranully iuiTa.ing aie o Rfftorahv iatl airooajo-t avideiiveof ihaiuamiuld oent-uta il j cflatt'iriug upon T17E HI MAN FAMILY. The confidence of th.- public has hem obtnioed, aod the all unite iu Ueiit tu ita ui ntaud taat iupari ority CVKK ALIi PliEI'ARATlONtf Everintrhdureti. I do not reeommmd my pre, ra tion locHii-c tmir to t r-w six teet m ireblj an n.ftny monthH, at it ie a Mtnple mi pt'Wif'ilHy, and lutaJly id-consis-ein with the Ihwp nt K'tiure. 1 o tht- are akeptical or incr?unluUM, w II n nk a bona fide ottvt; i win rorfait ti.eou Onm Tboiifftrd Hollar-) tf I fail to nine ths worn (teVten of partial Ljal'tnerin, uuder fifu'eu yeaia' maud idk with THE ONLY GIN 1NB HAIU KC9THKKK. Thift WADdartMl re i Uy is aold by dru(tj-n)it atujer. Hy IV VlillD It L) I HAl. I s1 MAU sVttlta i.liM .a .. .. FOK IT. H.B. Curea Ruaranteed ia ?ry eaaa wherolhedi rectioo for t e aie implicitly ott-)tt. Pite, l per Ivwile, or'ns tuiii-a fbr . , i'iif.V H. A. IK MI NN. role rronrittir. Nu un ttr, l, .trt fiaJly Aiuny. vorV T71 I S Tll' flflltllT . V-.,,ir m J? IVlUlJ. OKjll VY i 1 V J. Zl. 1 ' Uutoher, Stall No. 313, .:. allit'TH BIPB OP TH MaHBF.T Uol'HK. Keepi on hand the Best quality of Mrats. Juaetg-lm