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MONDAY, SKPT. 19, 14 UEOKtiB U. MCLELUN, Of UK JKElEr. ru Vll' HBMIIIXT. (.KORtjK ll. PBKULETON, Of OHIO. ' DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 8K XKI'KY UF BTT, WILLIAM W AKMSTltONO, ' 4f Hac 0iialv. ra FI'LL V..M.) HUILADKIil'H VAN TRUMP, IM PalrfMd Oou ty. W VIM. V.il.ei'iee.) I..nir Vwlrl, MACHI AH C. WIIITELKY, Of tlafk-ork Uouaty. Hliorl Virwy, ALKXANDKU b. BOYS, IK uuliluil Uminlv. AT TORN KT HENKlUl,, LYMAN 11 ciurcu field, l Holm. IJoiinty. OUMPTaol.l.KB UK THE TRA11KY, WILLIAM H V. PKKNTIS3, of Krenkho Oountv. HTHHI. iHiMMIUHltlNIR. AI.KX ANUKU 8. KAMSKY, of Harrfm fonnrr. UilARO Of PUBI.ll) WO RK, WILLIAM LAltWILL, of AvIiUnd Ommijr. (ruB Vll'ANCT.) CHAKLKH BOKSKL, or Aujinuu Ooudi;.; Democratic County Ticket. WILLIAM IlVTjlLLESriK. Trwurr. JONATHAN KENNEY. Auditor. GEOUQE P. BOYEK, KMrr4t. Til EO DURE P. EBY, CiEOKUb. A. GROVE, Huryar. JOSEPH B. JOHNS. lufirwary PfriKtor. JESSE DEMINT. Whikr lnspwetor. JOHN vVEAYEK, Fiour Iutptvtor. MICHAEL bHANTZ, Pork InnpftPior. OEORGE WINDER. Current News Items. Tba rebel, bava captured 3,000 fat baavei in tba Valley. AUo a regiment of our men. Toil will atrengthen tba backboae contidera bly. Speaking of Cox' a apaach at tha ralifioa' tiun ruaeting in Ciucionati, tha Comwuretal aayi it ia perbapa tba moat adroit that baa liaan Bda on ihi. aid o' tka quaatiou. CJeo. H. Pugb made a niaguificenl apeaoh at tbe ratification meeting la Cincinnati. It will be published iu to morrow'! Emjuirer. Tba ferociona Hlauton, being aaked by a delegation of gentlemeu for a delay of few dayi before drafting, insolently and despotic ally replied : "Not a day nor an hour." Tbo New York Timtt baa diamieaed from vniploy every printer belonging to the typo graphical Union. Tba exactiona of tba Un ion are mora than publiahara can atand. Wa aee it stated that Hon. Alfred McVeigh Republican Htata Senator, from Fairfield County, waa killed a few days ago by tba op' aetting of a coach. Hia eon, alao, wilh bin in the coach, waa mortally injured. Recruiting, in many localities, ia said to be brisker now that at any period during tbe war. Tba telegraph brings ns word that Salmon P. Cbasa is to Se made Minister to England. This, we suppose is the price of bis support of Liuooln. Uenry J. Raymond is to be Minis cr to France. Tba impression prevails at Richmond that a great battle must take pUca very soon. If ao, il will decide tba fata ol Richmoud.for this campaign, at laaat. General Grant has been at hnma on a visit. If tbe Richmoud news of a great battle band ia true, he bad batter ha with bia army. Coz says of Lincoln that hia crimes, like fiends, will purine and drag him down to hia fall. God grant it. Mr. Cox in bis speech noticed the fact the General McClellan waa bora iu Philedal phi tha same city ia which tha Constitution was created. Mr. Co says of Lincoln, that be ia the aaeein ol liberty, and the foe of anr Union. To prove it, be calls Wad and Winter Davis. Tbe New York Times, Krpablicau, oppoaea tba senseless olamor which urges Genera McClellan to resign his commission in tba ar my. Pitiable Ignorance. Tbe Juurhul ays it does not know any orator iu Ohio, who "wields greater power over the uiamiea thau Uen. Bchemci. There are a great niauy thing the Journal does not know. But General Bcacucc, wa confetti, baa been known to wield great power ovjr the manses, lie ia under stood to have wielded great power Maryland, where he la universally regard an a tyrant of the . moat odious and cruel character. , n.m,lin Pnlr.l rm.,!ll and tbe several sssdidylas on tba Democratic Ticket, will met at the Sheriffs office, Wednesday evening, September 21, 184. Political Items. A ltluk ltcpnblicen w eliusintC Ju. - , ,.. Mc dell.i., e few ,Uy. .go. ou. the ere Allwtt Bold ier, who hail been healing Ilia olJ commander denounced, ttulil he , i i ,1, could endure it uo longer, approached the l: ... 1 I Ynu lllllat I ,. , headforemost " , out of tli window of tlna carl "e j coweidlv slanderer bad not another wonll o ar We tliHapprovn iiearuiy j thing lika violanoa," "bat al tlie aama time it ia harj to fiud fault with 0 trva hoya" who thna iraeut the defamation which Black Rcpiihlicana resort to lor tha piiipoat ol tarnisbing me lamo in un great loader. Y an in favor of fiw poei ll. Lticentiouit aun ciaiiiuuionn i-w vi . I i : . .. . k ililfaieiit thing. Oor brave boya know how to distinguish between the two I In the daya of tha Revolution, one Gkoror waa sufficient to rescue us from British tyranny. The tyranny of Lincoln ia great deal more oppressive, odiotia. and botuinable. Heuce it waa considered necessary to engage (tea GcoKaca for the work of redemption now. This makes a sure thing of it I There isn't any telling the popularity of McClellan. Its very great now, and every moment swelling I The father of Mm. Pendleton, waa the author of our glorious national anthem, The Star Mpaugled Banner." Let this constitute the music of the campaign. Let it be eutig and played at every meeting. We have voted for President five times. Only once did we have the opportunity to vote for the man wa would have chosen. We have growu need to thie sort of thing : and hence (until we have made np otir mind to desert the Democracy, and go over to the Black Republicans,) we pro pose heartily and ungrudgingly to sup port the nominations of our Conventions. We hope all other Democrats will see their duty in the same light The man who proposea not to vote for McClellan, and who yet withholds bis sup port from Lincoln, is precisely like one who tries to lit betweeu two stools. The Democrat who refuses to support McClellan gives half vote to Lincoln. If yon hear Democrat say he won't vote for McClellan, just remind him, that we uittKt either elect McClellan. or endure . , . . four yean more of Lincoln Tula, ini" reuiiudor usually effects a permanent cure, I nr. u... l t .,.. B"" - every locality in Ohio. "Coming over by (cores and hundreds to Little Mac 1" This ia the word from every direction- We hoHj the Provost Marshals and Post Masters will stay where they are. We do not need them, and do not waut them. The States to Vote this Fall. at ' Congress has decided that none of the States which have been formally declared in iuHurrectiou shall vote for President, till readmitted iutothe Union. The States thus excluded from participating in the approaching Presidential contest, are follows : ' "Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Arkansas aud Texas." Our next President and Vice President are, therefore, to be chosen by the follow ing. Elsies. leoturs. sine Now H.nip.hlre nMaionuwiu Hlwue LImiS Oounaolkmt .. i . ...... ....7 Vitrmuol ..m... New York N.w JrMy Hannnylveuie lawre w Meryltnd ,.r. Went Virginia Ohio lotliana Illiluri. MtuhivMl Wia od.Id Minn.ota Iu we KaltMaj, , Kauumky MM. Mi.Miurl Oahionus...H - M orsn TuUU, M Hute, eleewra NecaMary to auhuiee - ....IS -... - -...II ,.7, ....us Stealing an Audience. of up a meeting otherwise, have resolved impose) their speeches on unsuspecting persons who attend the , County , Fair. People even innocent women and 'chil drenare to be inveigled on to the Fair Grounds with the expectation of aeeiug fine horses and cattle, as well as remark able growth of vegetables, only to be in sulted by the balderdash of Black Re publican stumpors. We hope Democrats will be warned, and not be made victims to the fraud.' in Gov. Bioi'oa, in late speech, tnale malicious end wholly uncalled for attack on the Jews. Tha Israelite, published Cincinnati, gives him aeveie lashing his insolent. We understand that uo.1 tVim ttuarlw iin.niinnn. mil. "" ' . T ' aOhio. 'mis ti (be way M unes to repay jtbem, "' '""'' Democratic County Convention. DAYTON, September 17, 1864 Oouventioa oreaoir.d Adm ( q( p , HnVder, Alt. Jones ami And 8broyer, ,Vire Presidents; C. H llartuan, aewewry, aud J. rinullz, Acting Secretary, Coninll . o.d.i.ilai-J P Aohey, V... R.u I ooimiliee on Hesolulione D O Pilch of Hermoti, Was Newell, W N Loth, John Al Un riol Kteroberg,. i f ! CdtnmHee- to act as Committee ou Creden NOMINATIONS. I Hhriff-rtW Moyar, W ft 'Oillrapia, M RowbwgKt, C It llariman. M M Kiminal, M Wo,raraB, M I H wad oar, J V O Y Ha- bar (daeliaad) 5 . ... i J ': - Anditiir U "F" Buyer of Payttin; Diram Lawia, of Harrinnn. Traaanrar J Krany of Dayton ' Haoordor Jaoirt Slanael, Jr , Jaiuea Kel lay, Jap Higler, John L Millar, John , Uiuaay. Jared Trader, T P Ebey. Counlv Commiseioner John Allen. Geo A Grove, Joa Wenger, i t Thompson, J M Bell, J Y Rrunner. County Surveyor J B John. Infirmary Director Jews Demint. J A Weaver, Kaq Rows. ' - Wbtskv Inspector John Weaver, of Jack- eon, Henry Lambert , r lour Inspector r M John, J Decker, M HchanU Pork Inspector Geo Winder, M Nchautz, W Beard Adjourned to 2 p M. : 1 ' Convention convened at 2 r m. Report of Commiiieee received and adopt ed Balloting to proceed in tha order of tha gberiff By acclamation. G W Kemp and Theo L Smith were appointed Tellers. Result of third ballot Wm H Gillenple waa declared the ehuice of tbe Convention for Sheriff On motion of M M Kimrunl, the choice declared unanimous. Auditor, .first ballot George P Boyer was chosen, i ' . Recorder T P Kby was chosen. On motion, Col John Allen, D G Fitch and M J Swadner ware appointed a Committee to calten Uon 0 L Vallandigham to address the Convention. Treasurer J Kenney, by acclamation. County Commissioner G A Grova was cboe.o. ,!,,; ' ' i 'SI County Surveyor J B Johns, by aucluiua tion. , . , , . v. , , , Infirmary Director Jesse Demint, was chosen. ' Whisky Inspector John Weaver of Jack son. Flour Inspector M Schauta of Butler, by aooiaeiat ion . - - Pork Inspector Geo Winder, chosen. Central Committee Capt Wm Patton, E Thompson, J V Naureth, P Farrell, Wm Hub bard, David Clark, V Frl rs, J Kenney. ' Tba Report on Kesolulium waa, ou motion, adopted. . Kttolved, That the Democracy of Mont om"1 cMnt; in Convention assembled, do aereuj coruian amrm anu enaorse toe pint- form adopted by tbe late Pre.idential Couvan tion at Chicago, and especially that portion of it which demands "a cessation of boslili- iwithaiew.aallim.lel)rr.entionrrf the States, or other peauambui wean., to tha ,nat " '" practicable moment, peace may ba reslejred on the basis of tbe federal Union ol the Status , and wa hereby uledre our active and earnest support of tbe nominees of that Convention for President aud Vice President. Reiohed, That tbe Democracy of Mont gomery county endorse and adhere to, wholly ana sincerely, me ureal aim viiai uocirina oi State Rights, as laid down by the Virginia ana nentucsy resolutions oi itvh. ; Kenuhed, That we will u.a all rightful, na eessary and proper efforts to secure the elec tion ol the county ticket this day nominated. Uon. l. L. Vallandigham addressed tbe Convention. .1 ' ADAM CLAY, Chairman. C. B. HARTMAN, Secretary. Frightened. The Juumul is frightened at the county ticket uominalcd by the Democracy Saturday. It sees defeat, pertain defeat, to the Republican' 'nominees, aud hence bestows about two columns of calumnious bust) on Dcmocratia nominee. - - A CARD. t as 1 s s ft Jll is .1 4 S 11 ft 1 My name having bean used by mv frieods ia tbis District, aud particularly by tl.oaa reside in this county, in connection with in nomination fur Congress to be made by lb Uamocratio District Convention, which meets ic Hamilton to morrow, I beg leave respect- felly to dsclina to be a caadidata for that ..'":.. will probably be so engaged to- that 1 will be unable to be present al the Con veution. i therefore autnorua any ot friends wbo are delegates to make known cooteals ot this card lo lhal body. Jl expect of course to give my cordial support to GE0. W. HOUK. September 19, 1864. Keep It BeroreTtha People to a That Lincoln suffers 40, WM) onion soldiers die that Lincoln may "keep faitV wilh a negroes" Tbe Springfield Republican says " fV might recover all our wklte eoldiere in rebel hande by the propoted exekange, yet hold a large balance at koetaget for colored eoldiere while their status Is in con troversy." But uo says Mr. Soliciler Whit ingno ye General Butler-i-eo aayi A ham Lincoln . "All oilier questions may postponed, but tha fair exubang of colored soldiers will he insisted on by the guvarut ment before another rebel soldier or othcer will be exchanged " , Tba shoddy papers of Ibis city are silent as death upon this matter. Wa eanootaa tort from them a remark apoq tbia subject ' Let tba aoldisra 'consider tbia thing. in for he "I Ubmrbau URAr ! Ill favor or tba draft In (Av.nr nf mnr. m. Urant Inal 100 000 nen, aud ba i no uaarar capturing city of Kubmond thaa ha aa when ha Uia JUpidan. . 1 Grant looaaa lt)0,ttUU iu fifw month knd tvceotnplUhaa baoluilr nohtrng, bom maujr tnontba, imaa, feud draft will ba raMuJra o Mtka gi-bnd? lnothar worda, how uany uotbiuga added gatbar wil! produca aumatbiug T Daniel Webster's Opinion. Tha New York Tribune is in a perfect ago ny ovrtlke following remarkable spii.iuu of Dknlol WfUlcr, llio " iirntl x(iundnr of tha Couatilulino : " If Itit iufrrual Kanatiri and AhulitionUlu r t ba pnwor in llifir haudai Ihof will joTOr rida tha Cnniitituliiin, art ihf Hupranm V"" " "fc"",i change and me ke laws to auik thamaatrea. TbeT will !T Tinlant hanrla ou ihoaa wbn dilfer wiik tliimi pnlitinally i opinion or dara qnention their infnllitiilitv, laiikruit th oountry, and linally delays it wilh lilood " Ilia ant Trf planaant rradiliK for theiia hoddiaa, hut aa litin. Jnliiiaon a'lid to John Hrlrni-, r Jl tiay not rhyina, Lai it U true." J'lain Dealer. The Alternative for Democrats. The Indianapolis tientfnrl, the organ of the Indiana Democracy, in approving of Ilia 'mjuirer's reply to the New York Newt, says. This is the Universal expression of the De mocracy of Indiana. Tbe insue is the elec ion ol Lincoln or McLltillau -lum is Hie only alternative. Wbensncb an isms is pre sented, can any Democrat, oan any conser vative oiticen, caa any one who desires the supremacy of tbe law, 'order and, constitu tional liberty, hesitate for a moment as to is duty Ihe election of Lincoln means war. anaroby and dieonion the success of Mct.iellan will bring peac-a and the restor ation of the Union. These are tha is.uea ovolved in the elections of October and No vember." The Alternative for Democrats. Which is Right. Governor Seward, in his Auburn speech. staled that tbera .would be uo draft, aa the ailv enlistments reached five thouaaud, and that would be sulTioiwit to keep up tbe slreuglb of our armies and enable them to assume ag- greseive operations. On tbe other band, npntHl Iroin rrovosl Marshal Uenersl rry says that "Ihe draft, is ordered to commence in Ubio and other Slntna whose qhota has not been tilled np, on Monday, tbe 19th of Sep tember." Which la right Y if Marshal Fry, it appears that the premier of the Adminis tration is net well advised as to the opnraiions of the Government liidianaiiolit Sentinel it Maine. The Republican majority iu Maine, last year, on a comparatively light vote, was 17,- bu. the vote ol the htata at tba fresideu- ial Klection, in Id GO, stood aa follows: Lincoln, 1 - - B2,vll Douglas, - 'iil,l'.3 Bell, . . 2,04fi Breckinridge, ' - tl.iibti Lincoln's mujority over all 24,50a The Abuliliou majority at ibe recent elec Uon, on very henvy vote will not exceed the majority of last year. Whiil is ihere iu all this Cor tbe Llneolnites to rejoice over f ' i'- -a - To Ihe Bailor ol Hie Kvnuaville (Iml.) Tim... I am a gunboatiueu on the Brilliant, and I am not afraid to kuy that I fired 34 guns lor llor lienenil Meorge It. McL-lellan, utter which I 'called for three cheers, which were given with a will. I will vote lor McClellan I it is tbe last act of my life. 1 here are many others ou this boat wbo will do like- Wise, and I nnve tio doubt we will have the Saiisrautiua ul' hiving; (Innarat McClellan for ous next rrwsident. lie is all riirht H don't tight r money, .which is the reason eome are down ou him. Hurrah I for Mu- DAVID BLAKEMAN. No. 133 NASSAU STREET, Sept. 12. who To the Editor of the World: i Mir My attention has been druwn to an "advertisement in thu "political" uoluum of the Herald, this duy published, in which is given what purports to be an account of the proceedings ol the Third Assembly District lonveotion. . as ll noes me great injustice, 1 desire to define my true pusition in the crisis. I am for Ueorge U McClellan and George H. Pendleton, aud hnve alwuyi been iu favor of their alection since their nomination. I waa charged with "affiliation" with the Hon. Ben- jnmin Wood.' I have this lo sny on that mat ter. Mr. Wend and mysell arewnrin personal friend., and 1 trust we shall ever be snob. I lespect Ueujamin Wood for his warm heart, personal integrity and political trulh. 1 do not believe ba aver told a lie or deceived a friend. 1 regret, for the sake of unity and harmony in Ihe Democratic parly, that ba oaunoL oosuisteolly, as a peace mau. support General McClellan, I say to ihoaa uen wbo have inaugurated the crusade against me, that those who rely upon falsehood and cal umny for sucoess, will fall with an Intelligent people. ;! onca more conjure tha Deaocmtio party to atani aa onn man, and elect George B. McClellan and George Q. Peudlaton, I shall work, talk and vote for tnose gentlemen, i Yours, GEORGE M. CURTIS. [From in Soldier's Latter in the N. Y. Express.] my the tbe . ' ; to law : Tuk sentiment iu Ibe army is great for Lit tle Mac. Not len .oldmrs iu a hundred go for Lincoln, and if lliev do they hail of course Irom Miissacbuaalu in. J other New Kuglaud states; but even tlnim ure in a great number for Little Mau. I foujj'.t undur bim at Autie lain, and I love bim. You need riot ask any soldier but what he will say, "f go for Little Mac you bet." I see signs every day that Lincoln is politically dead, it our people will do the thing un right. The soldiers will do their pari, A Vole was taken in a crowd of wounaea eoioiere, it stood : McClellan 78, liuooio ii, uram a. . t hese ara straws. ana the bra-' be tba Ittt't tan eWThe Cincinnati QatetU aiid the Tlmt 't Keeublipsn papuri, favor the morement tor me withdrawal ol Lincoln and Fremont, aud the nomination uf a nw man by a uew con vention, on the ground that the party cauuot be nnitud upon either ol tbe present i-sn.li. dttlo.. Tuchr Mtftna lo ba tvstut iucunaiatttucv iontawbre iu tho abolition war proKraaiint. Me.sra Lincoln bud SUnton aru uanrinKtha pwoplelbal ibe Oohfuderticr it ou iu Itut wfaila Grant mill Sherman ara calling Tooifer ouil for reinforcfitueiiu o( 0UU.00U Mao Iburaia aaiotuitig wrobg oaavt.aftt.tvlx ..hl. a a .. . "t . . V mmVW mm if mm-ll- I IT 01 " b HatiDcattan Mttjtmy In Cincii.a.ti. Jt - VTba Pcroocric had ft vara lout; and ahowy procauiuo, and a y , u wi tAirOaf ni.fcCt u .. . , w lbt re,ilU arq'1 will organ- M aaaloua." ( There wta a great barav bar of wagons and carriage' A o. Insurance. ituckeye 51 utuaf Insurance to. VIRH ANb"mAKIHB. Mri.i, Alit AeBTs.... ai,oii NO HORII' jTlVlDKNDH Prodis Divided la Cask Among btork nd Policy Holder. 'I'akea Marine h.iaril.ol all kiale. Vire n.am on huildiM. Mri-liai,JiN, rurnlllire, Veviml. la Purl, al Ui oeUer ulaee c nek. seaerally. Dlrsotoril Wm. Hart, P. Cli.mherlia, K. I'.llon, J. P. Hotmiwio, AinaKa soma, Jr., Win. WellhouM, I, . I Hih1m,u, O. M.O'tall, II. n.lr.l,, k.W.Paltoo, A. J. Hra... om-eon.li'. Bsrhaase. not of Huiierlor street. -laJ, Ohio. williaw HA Hi. rreiluenu L. M. MueeoW, BM-rtury. auis J. H. H'lliPPII.MAN, Agent jit llaylon. Etna Life Insurance Company . UK HAHTFUKH, CONNECTICUT KVKBV HAN HUOllD 1S8VBI US IIH. t M.tnm tnwit po.UM V6tL tA fi, for tri ui yrtirat, v,uitwinnt yotutiwa aud AhuditM'. h,b- wina(. Ainu, Nop r-orlttitina rolioiMi. ua which uo paviiiMit in ruiri aVflur tu yris, riv tniiiiMAati aoiinra pnia on mo loatHM! in tnii oil within ibw but MUi mouth. . Aiiiomr ui lli tion tri !!) of tntm In nrottwl t-he fftiuily iircl. Iroin wui, itouw uo tm feiutid tnur uu. pit iu jisciireW'tr, uubl in I in fajaturss, or nrtstlD id rtyuku, thstu L.if lunurant'o. il 11 ib prop bWe SUPPORT THE WIFE OF HIS BOSOM til. the iinaeen hand ot the nrnvlileulfalher.reaohlna forlli rrom the s'sve, and anil nouri.hltiK bi.on.pntuii ant kaepiuK toKather the ramny. ii, me nuui .ou mi PROTECT 8 HIS AGED PARENTS stan wharo h Km profvdsit thm tnut ftomtty, Sy It th hniiertt dtilsior mlntflim turn CouhitiuKrHlliur, when fl Hinj IvstHi proiniiouii. Iu amoral dj worhlly u, it I- ou groatl wupou by whit-h to rob death of UIM Mlllltf. lat auy huahtuiii. fkthar, ion, auk himBelf, "If I wan to dta o-ui(m,wowiii most wno aro umi 10 wo UK HA KB ruoat TH tANiii OK WANT f Woubl these enildita have a eomlbruljle home, aud tlie litaaua of aauLiabuuT Would Ihla wile In, louepvn d.ut ol ike oolu oiuinuvs of tne world! Would ihi. aitod and feeble parent lie- provided rort ' Would Biy auu pay ui ruiyuoijur wouiainere sane aaorinoe oj Droueriy ny roperty by foroed aale. of ao admltUMtrmtor to sneel ilw dainauua of creditors-sale. mail, whau the mai'Sel ialul. downarii. aud lair prtuae oaunot ia) aallaatll' Uow lew oau euawer tbaae i)Oaallua Vi lliair aaliarau IiodI They laar lu aak llwui, aad oharl.ta lb; bailal uiai uiey have a tens leaae is life. Ttu. ui boia roui labaudoowariiiy. iiti ta brave uiaa -1. , 'j'f 1.00 lii TUlf DANLILK IIS -'UK PACK, 'lilat ha may Kraepls anlh n; ma wise laao, that he may a.uuj ,i. u.ii, auj paiiiato it MiraalaulUM. The uiaau. ul ualll.lu araal baud, ol aaa, auu.a. WSIU- , 't . i 'U.V v . v . ; , iff llll' '.., 1 '; ; J-tldPH 1 JH-A-JsTO j3 I , . . , oudk ma juut starting in Uuiueaa, whoa chief capiuU ia thair rnaiy y tiva to lha uniuuui ui bv. Wlhaanuttl uba,tMt.r JlatabHaa. Hte-b IU lairrbattfVauU'uUtafrilw.ahuul.liuii.ri... aOt uf dlltlUtasratetwid liiiueaU.wlusu UM..aw,. i.. tl.-.- . iiure, would junMy teoreaa Uiir eoundno in tiiwm Il would how thatUtvy did not wtah iolMrlhir bai lYieUdaaspuaed to auy aToldaUetiuotinvy. audth iNNUAb aVKKMIIM Wil,tMrly ke regarded aa the Irlbuie whwh aa up right baarl pavs el Ibe ahnoe of luu-e. JOHN H, mwrKl.lleP, Sols aaaal for lfttia aad waiay. to a P nft hut I uy to th f I ' i ! I I Medical. iVVVi,'VI.'i Cl'KKR roiiKh, CTolcln, Horn Throat, AMhma, aoi :iiiialiliiliiii. It in only i.vTiary for atty ou iruuMfiU will. thtM cttlaJoi ui try one botUa of Slrit'k'and' Melliffuou Cough Jiaham pon(sH'thtm thultl ti lh ttnt rfparatttj vr iiwui It niit only rtiri'n th atHiv fUVrs-lioitN "f Oi Thntat nti l,unwt hiu It t urHti Niht wtwi-ate- fiiid PiitttiDg "f HI )'f and I" tin aj.-HlsMii Kurnl lor any kind ot Hnrr Thnmil. It in tilfw-ant io tnk antl t ul a riiadii'lua 'or tnf.tnfa I'rlct tl 0-ut ptT I Alt'. for aal by ttniRiata itanarallr. tnl E VKKVIIOliY la 11 niT curvd ol tbia diMtrfiiii' th'ttartf by lh uaa of , Dr. Strickland $ Pile Rtmtdy. Rftad what thoi aay who harn lined tt: Mr. Chartai W. lnd.ani. tf Lniiiayltla. anil Mr. .1. llaunl. Cinrinuati, O , iH.lh or curt d a1 trr tiMtiikt ,t of lr ttirirkUnd'a ftl ltftiiody Thy fay thtty have triad VfrvthliiK hill lyulil otilalo hu rfhto, on Hotol HtrtofclandHi I'ti kmdy tlatlfd h parfevt our attar uflriii(t ttr many yfara wHli the worntkind of PHa. Thfr rt:oinmiid nvrry fu ho iw HufferltiK try It. Aih for Or Strickland J'iU Remedy. Hold by all druinrjata. nt a a ooi. - MaunlWtiira.d at' Kaat Fourth at.Oluflfnnati, ti. nilt AM FLU X. Utiicklanili J nti- Cholera Mixture. a ftcompONiUoiiof AMtrinfftMHa, Hloilnt. utituu. laOtB Iwlial I'MrinlllMtitaa. IWriM li oVurs Vilnii. luu kuowladx im lh only irt-iarHtion that aill ttf i it arniaut-ni t iiraoi iiarri)a ami UViMttr. 't'liin A nil 'hftlara Mixture la now in um hi tum uf t ur s.m.k hoauiiala Hhre It ivan tht itrt-alcHt aatiidat iiuu. ( haa aavtvd th li of thoiiNaiitla ui our Holiltsi-a otMaana, and we will (riiNmnta. it to I lh btul mnr iu in world ror Itiariiivaand Iyhcntry. Mr Wowd-a.ol Covington, My., will lev tnnat hup, y aatialy auy on aa to th virtiio( Htnchlaiid'a AhIi -Oholtira Muiuri in ImH w hav a irat uutnlittr id' UatimouialH from patient who har lrn i-urrd nfifi binir prnuount mi m iirnrlf hy lhir diynit)tauat noiu altar takiug only on t.otilnf Htrtfalaud'a Antt Choi ra Mlitmtri. If vouaiillcr wilh lnnrrhta and l-vi-u tary try on Iwjttl. ' ma Hair Restorer. A CAKU TO TUK l'UJJX.IO. ItHKIlNllRRNKlNKI) hereby return Ihelr thank. . lo Mr. Vslantlne Fries, Asm', and Ihu (JKKMAMA LirK INHI'KANOE (OMPANK ofNwYork. for th tfrt-at pnnii)iiuMa (hty hat how ii in paying Ut u- Hit amount ot lh iiiaiiraiif oulhhrol FfUr Kudifr, tlntfaufd. Hun! Ki- hrr inurd hia lif (or the bfut-nt ol fun v if aud rhd dnntooih 'ilft dayo' April, ItMi U Mi.Idtfiily took au k, aud uisd on lh Jd day of 1y, lhii, anJ on Una day ih t'onipauy haa iwmJ ua lit a amount ol iuaurauti tl.OUU. W Uuuk it riHht Uial Ilw (ui.- . Uanhould know than laida. BAKHAKa KH'llKII, baytoii, May'M.lKM. A. HOtiUNT, (luiil FltOt kKKOK Di: MIiWM (iNLV (IKNIIINI. HAIR IKESTOEER ! DISMASKS OF TUK HCAI.P 3muk .km on I ol the et-alp il by Una, the the ,dual facalty in treating dldt-HHCr ' ii iim, hi a anajoniy i t-Hcaa, rwtfii lal l moat Bat-Ml'ar diaaae of tlit tiuuieii frame. Ill not to k wiuilrtd at. aa it nqinrm vjt-at atudy, dup r aeandi audaoarafW iiivtPiijmtH'U ol thatauea a huh prod ! th d !. lhrtra th itaitfw ta dim!ovtrti, it ia an utlrr iiii iot-i tt,i i ly rad iaia th thrwum mid H1 t a M-imaiif ul t urv. 0iHateH of th aH'uJp havirtstu proiioiiot'tt iiH iiiahl by aoiuo ot tba uiual intueut plijirticiatu:. 1 baya da utwl V KA KM O" ITIDV To tlua paouhar vrt of tlwt huKiao tram, and 1 Am aaliattHd lhal I poaaaa TUK ONLY HUMKUV Uotara known, tttat would permaiMtilly aradiiwt thova loathaome U.a of Ui aoalp i. , HALT BBKUM,4tiAM) HKAU, Ajud other nuiaueou dpanoatand reatora h hair to thiwho hav htrnm )ald. To maku good th am-wrtioa, i will forfeit ( F1VK HUNDRED DOLLARS y If 1 fail to t!ur th wont oaaaa ol dineaatHl at-aJpa I tba louKoat ataodiug with the oni.y oicanjiaija h aih. utciTuncu. 1 tUd th following! - i (TWimtmttu of jVii. VaroA Gvutd.) 1 ALMAMlf. HetW YoaK. Paur Ik H van'. Two yara kJ my H aip i-hiu dlaaed,audmy hatr totnmui'td toiallout vny lt. 'IV dit.i pfMed until mf auaip wa on inmpUM aora. It laciiiiH vry pmuhil, nir rvt at uiht tfTokwDi Iba burntnif NUililidjinraiiiHaHou aaa uuaup potiaol; I would apply ifis-dy aitr ru-jy. hut uuiy niomitoiaiy rtmt-i. i couauiiou Mfvriai ljai- I'laua ol thi mty. 1 wa Informed by tham UihI ltn dlhaaiie with which my aralp waa arWt'Ud aaa Ii t-ll Kh uin. and that they i-uulu njoi Wiisiti m r "d your ailVHrlinaiiirut end uaiidudrd to couiult you. You aitaiirvd mn that yot, would tiadicale th dinfa-a aftti rwator my hair, winch bad tt;orn vrry thin. With that aKnraiice l placed ui)ali in your hand, and th rtMHillM ar. I hav a tusuriant lirad of hair; my acalp in irfslly yell, autl my hair hat cvaMt'd li. tall out. Urapai (. ully ywurM. Mkl HahAH Ui kmi, ho. Ill H-.nlh Pearl ett I. ll ta attvi aoknow Ipditf d by all a hu luiv uaU tia Hair Kanlurar, aud their uium ia lhfiou, that it ia l'lltt ONLY lkUKPAKATION That would atttMtiually aud parmauantly reatora tb hair or inuaawiioar imij.aud prawnt - TlIK HAIH VH M IT a 1 .1 . 1 wf fl OV ' Tbalarut anil rapidly itwreaaiug al if KktorbiiT0r it th NhoukfeHt avidttnc of tha Uiautiold hcuvbta U it coulfiriutf upon TBK HUMAN FAMltLV. The oouftdene of th nuHto haa tn obtained, and the) all uuil iu alteMliiiK lu lUt ment aud laat auperu (j V K 11 ' A I . L V ii V. VA K A TI 1 1 r6 Kvar inlrhduceil. 1 do not rwomtix nd niy prr.-am lion to can a hair i grow all lt in treMy aa many iiiwulha. a it laa aimpl uitpOHaihllily, and totally m . (miNiuol with the lew ol NkIui1! 1 ii ihnaf w bo ar kepiit'aiorinurdiimua, I wmi uma a otua bdeotlert! 1 Mill sfurflel tll.wlllU ,.. Tl.ou--.ul Dollar.. If I fall to cor. ti . t io ol partial imiuu, uatiar niiu ai-a ateud-1 'Mt TaiaO OML.Y OKU INK 11 A I H KKaTuhKH. . .... .-7 o; uiuMiin Jfua(- ir lotm ukuuuiut hah iot GOT IT fiNl KOHJT. j II Car ftt.mnteed in every oa wheir lha di raiHion for ra ai tinphoitly ulkr)eil. ee frtu. 91 par WtUt, nr eix lottia mrfA. l'K(f u. A. Ilk tvillNN. Bole fropneUtr, No. kvt)rHu,aati.4. falWIf AlbuNw v'k. FKED. SCHWARTZ, I Uutoher, HtlV N. .'ta, SOUTH SIDK Of TH MiltktT IJOUbfc' Keeps band the Beit(eellty r Meats. Jiiaara-Iaa