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MONDAY, SF.PT 16, 1864. ; vo ramnitat, tiCORtiE B. M'CL ELLIN, r mi jtmir. rod vio rnaamasT. (j EUKti E h. 1'EXDLETOX, or oiiio. lll.TIKl'T IlinoH. l.t Di.tricl JOHN U VATI'IER, JOHN WHIff, :ir,I eh 5 ill lilh ' 7 lb Mlb !th luth 1 1th 12ifa Ilih Uth 15th 10th 17th lsth Wl 1,1,1 AM J UIIXMORE, I,U rHK SMITH, CHARLES N. LAMISON, WILLIAM B TKLPAIR, WM. H CREIOHTON, JUDSON A. BEEBE, f. 8 STOWE. .IAMKS ( HALT, HKNKV C MOORE, JAMES KMMITT, OHAKLKt H JOHNSON, SEAL POWER. ROBERT A. CONSTABLE, OLIVER J. 8WEENEY, CUAKLK3 M. ATKN, I) R PA1GK, SIMON U HUNT, ! ! i ! ! j DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. BKUHItrvKY OP st'lTK. WILLIAM W ARMSTUONa, IH'ltKHr. JlOU-. irm ruLb tun,) PQILAUKLI'H VAN TROMP, m Ksirfiold Oou t; TO riLh vtnuirlM.) linv Vmwct, MACHIA3 0 WHITELEY, ut Hkneurk bounty. Short VvHwy, ALEXANDER b. BOYS, Of ,rfhtiMiJ I'omilr. AlTOKNkV .iKHEK!,, LYMAN R CRirOHEIELD, Of llolmH Coimtj. COP1''l,,KR UK TH R TRIA8URT, WILLIAM 3 V. PRENTISS, Ol KranhliD ffeuntv WHOOt. OHMMr-MIOMR. ALEXANDER 8 RAMSEY, or Htrdio Countv. H JAKO UK PUBLIC WO KKa, IITUU.THII,) - AM LARWILL, or Ahlnd Connlr Iftl. T.QCT,1 CHARLES BOESKL, Of Autfbuu County. 4 Democratic County Ticket. WILLIAM IL G1LLESPIE, -JONATHAN KENNEY, Auditor. GEORGE P. BOYER, Rnoortwtr. THEODORE P. EBY. GEORGE A. GROVE. 8urrior. JOSEPH B. JOHNS, JESSK DEMI NT, JOHN WEAVER, Ptoiir Ioppctor. MICHAEL 8CHANTZ, GEORGE WINDER, roRCosaatu DAVID A. HOTJK, Of VJ0NTO0MKRT. Current News Items. W get no morning di.patcbe. from th Eut. Tb reporter her doe.n't kaow why. We bar diaaitraa. new. to-day from Alaba ma. Tba garriann at Athen. ha. bean captur. edand three hundred men tent to r-iuforc tb garriaoa were alu gobbltd np by lb. reb el. Avery formidable inva.ion be. be mad by th rebel, in Mi.nouri. Tber will be aeri ou. trouble there we apprehend before all i. over. Lincoln ha. removed Montgomery Blair from the office of Poatmuier General. Tb i. dona .imply to couciltat the Fremont men and i. therefore an act of baaeneaa. Ouaeral Sherm an aay. that real kindowa ha. been abawn to the women aud children whom he drov from their home, in Atlanta. Governor D.uniaoQ refuee. to b th uc cedaneuin of Blair. Qa decline, tb. Po.tinaa- ter GeneraUhip ReporU from Pennsylvania aad New York, ioilicaie that t boa State will oeruiuly go for McClellan. i f Uaneral McClwnand, of Illinoia, i. oat far McClellan and th whole Democratic ticket. Th. Republican, tried to gat up a meeting in Marion on Wedneaday hut. It turnad out a complete failur. Il wa. bare tbat Brougb got tick Th. tendency of gold is ..ill do-.-wrd- Just as McClellan' prospect improve, th credit of the Uoverumeul advance If Abe Lincoln is re-elected, a rjreenback will hardly be worth inoretuao oiu paper oring. at u. paper mills. v IB uemewracy Ol in aevenieeu.a voa , . i t u w i Uu Thit wmpWut lh hat ol Dttvocrftbe V( tb lOtitb Na York ratmeot, only t two r lft. Tba aUai a Tor McCW- ij .ww w .... Iao, ud i for old Lmoln. . u Iud.Mtpo.it the draft full upea tbw poor cUtaee. Eterf effort U beia made to raite oei to but wUutatM. In the Loodoo ttandard, of September 6ib, United Statae bead, are Confederate bond- at TO Th.t tbo- ba tbeydoo t believe ta K.ogiaoa mat we reow-1 lloa ia ou iU last yt. i vat. The tlew york Herald says th Pannsjlia - nia Blat election will indicate id reaun oi Presidential If so, MoClellen b tit J, (of Pennsylvania U sui fur bim. The Repubhcae mting in Cincinnati oo Keird.y eight was got p elea immaes eapenditur of money end labor. Tbere u bo etiltiasiaae in lha crowd, though a great . , , t . ... deal of malice end vehrerity were inhibited on th. banners. Tbe dr.ll in (he Secon 1 District of Cincin- nati has been postponed el lbs requestor the Provost Marshall. Tb dscliu of fold ha brought busin to a complete .lend in Baltimore. Tbia will .he tb effect elsewhere. After a little lima th... mu.t be a traah, uul... gold (roe. up "s'b.rn... ...m. to b. destroying Allan..- ' tearinir tent. do.. kuiM for lumber to build There ao .ful hif MrClelUa ratibta I, on DutiM in Canton on the 1 7 b Tb proret.iou u tiro mile. lonp. Apole are er abuajaotiu the Cincinnati -arkel, and Ih-otic. ha. t-ooaequentlf fallen. Price, of ahaoat er.rj, article ouKbt to recede mu 'tr. Z , L P...r.bnr, .... be in no-.-ionofOr.nliat.ada. The rb.L aeem to be rather .uctenful t'i.u ntheri.e lately in tb Wet. the tel. graph, hoer, mure. u tbat tba rebellion iu that quarter will loon be put on it. la.t leg.. ( ' Mr. Vallandigham at Sidney. o..i i... :. .....i, .n,li . ,i- .....k ,lBmntration. of the ..hH tion and coufiden. of the people a. were awarded to Mr. Vallandioham at the great Democratic meeting in Hiduey U.i..l.. So demonHtrative were the warm hertl and faithful Democracy hi ao eairer to take the neat , , . .. i ,i Champion of the Constitution by the hand, and ho tmmenee was the a.sembiage, that it waa at la.t found indispensable to close tne noom oi me uotei ai wuivu -hi. Vai.i.anuioham stopped. On liia way to J , , , , ri .. t i, the Ktand, at the close of hi. apeech, and at lent, ou returning to the rare, thene demonstrationa continued with nnabated euthuaia-m. No man iu America poases-1 ee ao much of the love and confidence of , , ., , mwM vt.. nnbribed maeeea, aa Air. Yallambio- o"" ean ; and no one will diapute this propoii- who was at Sidney ou 8aturday. Let . , , , . 0 tba friend of the. noisome Schehok "ugly aud veaoiuoim" Schenck "put this .i .i.,L;t" in their iiipe and smoke it. " r Mr. Vallandigham at Sidney. The Way they Talk in Pennsylvania. vaaia. At the Great Democratic Rally at La a- r caster, Pennsylvania, utr. ampbkli. oi Philadelphia concludeil his speech in these words, which were received with long continued applause : "But there ia a most important matter to be examined. If beaten without the votea ol bogus States, aud without the interference of Federal bayonet, shall w submit? 1 say yes. Bat if tba votes of bogus States are to be interponed, or rathrr to be cast for Mr. Lincoln fCries, 'McClella.i must lead us against Tyrant " Well, if Federal bayoneta in Kentucky, Misaonn, lennetsee, Maryland, Delawere aad Louisiana nay il th armed power of tbe Jtfmintstraftoa, for I make a distinction between tba Administration and tbe Government, should interfere at the polls in Pennsylvania, what will yon doT Cries of "To arms I To arms I' 1 I sav to you if wa are lately beaten, it ia our duly aa good ciii- sen. to submit; bat if we are cheated at tba noil., we must rise in revolution against uauroaia Gen; Gears B. -VcClellan. must b aakad, in auoh a contingency, lo lead ua to deaih or to Constitutional liberty At the same great meeting it was unan imoualy resolved : "That tbe Union can never ba restored bv war tbia ia auoarant lo every refleclins- mind who looks calmly aad dispassionately at tb history of th last (our years. Excitement in the Country. ..,.. , . . , Never in the history of the country has there been any thing like tlie excitement which has prevaileJfor the last few daya r , , , iu Districts where the draft has been made- Men are hurrying to and fro, collecting ,L ,- i , t money, aud hunting substitutes. Persons are making the root uu heard of sacrifices to avoid the service. In some instances ... , , , we know of Individual who have given all they are worth for substitutes. Prices ... - - o. .uu.ii.ma. .-..8 . . r i .:...... .. . ........ a, i,,,,, t . . 81,500. If people desire auothet draft by ta. 1st o. January, let them vote .or com. Meeting of the Democratic Central Committee. DeiBocralio Central Committee will mvet this (Monday) evening at 7) P. M., D. CLARK. Secretary. Vote for Lincoln, If You want Another Draft! L-wt tull. tlw Deiuoeracjr told the peo- ,. ti i . pie thai soon ft i Baouyu m eWlbid ( there , would be draft. They were not believed; Eepublictn papert aud ttuntpera Ideniedit. But. sure enough, belore a week 1 a after theelectioa waa over, a draft WM orJ 8o it will be again. Re- - - a.- w January The Democratic Meeting at Sidney. I , tl0 , ,r,ice iu lna urmiti cf ,h, 1jiiita-d . Statea. I am glad for tba aake of a man wkoae inam i. Oden, who waa the principal inati the ,l .. . j . i.i j . gtor in tbe attempted trouble, and I take oc raaion to warn him if he abould again cow tion Jdly Ktk to influence men who wear the uni , form of tbe Unittd Statea, to do that which , he d. ot hlmwi tMmpt, he will hot es- cape as luckily through our forbearance I rejoice for tbe sake ot the quiet and good or- , ,. . . rc-i , l j I der ol the town of Sidney, tor had any attempt I bee. made to molest thia peaceable aaaem blage, an assemblage under the Constitution, 1 1 tell you it would have been" re.i.ted to tba "'ermosi. Applause And lb men are bete, ready to make good ibis determination is a meeling aaaembled under the Constitution, ndccording tolaw; a peaceable public meet ' inir: a nolitlcal meetine. to eanviua thaclaima : J ' I I Mr. Vallanoincih am ii teceived wild! every demonstration of joy. A the carriage in which he bad taken hi. Wat, pWBtl tow4 , ,OWI1( , t.gjmellt cf ... , , , , ,,.. . ... . ww.'.I I ,UV I u , n iiik'nu Mini inillll"! . , h'"U ,0 U ll' 'rBJ. '''awn r' 'ih ,',ir along the roa.l '1'. at the i negation I'liierl of on OiioS-W, I lie editor of the Abolition paper iu Kidney, auJ were called upon by hiiu aud other auolitiotiista to give three groans f(jr Vaixanuiuha. But to their great mul tia,.ttt ia1 foly ,,,, nf "Wj'"01 ulh'" n "' """ " ior McCi.ki.lan. A littlrt while afterwantd aome twenly-bve or tjiuty of the Linoaln party of the 8nJier. value down into the town felnl began t threaten (liKtifrljaiii e- Xh Democrat at once orenarej to orirau- ii!e iuU j to trot. t tlwmw.v. by Ujl)oU,ioang wefe - thrirrrorty wonW be held reponniblo for any trouble that 'ght occur. Most of them then united jwith the Democrat, iu etreuiioux elfort. b get the regiment to leave for the cars, auil iu a little while tmcreedeil anil the Holilierx were on their way to Toledo. The oflicern ' "'b''lueut fof he mont pait, behav- eu wen. uae oi tnetu warned t no tw- P"1'1" """ f trouble uprtiug up re-mlt wool ! be a light antong the aol- dier themaelvee, a. at leant one half of them were for MoCt.iil.LAN. Mr. Val lamjioham thus allnded to the ulTair in u'"l'"1" 'd, fellow cilwen., tbat the effort, of aome peraou. ol tbi. place to occmiou trouble tDr0o(rri th. Initrumentahty of a regiment of .oldiera, ca.ually here, utterly failed. I am ' TJTX'.Z 1?V TZi ma. ,te, (a. (bat wboerer ukall incite, or 'ball fail ta .uppreaa any effort on the part of 1.1 I J : I luoae uuuer lueir couuiauu, ui luieriere Wlto pubic MlwIllb,.Kei 0, lh, o( ,he citiaeu. in the exerciee of their rivhta, alter tbe fourth of Marchexl, in ewe of the eleo- 1o roi8, ,neir ril(hw. rAppau,, i Xhi, 0f rl parties and rival candidates in tbe Premdeutial contest. He have a right to be here, aud wa mean to be here, and wherever else we choose to discuss tbe great questions involved in thia contest. Applause. We have a right to meet, to remaiu aud to depart unmolested, having exercised our privileges as Ireemen. You know, aud Una Adminiatra- tion, through its spies knows, if iu spies have toiu meiu tue iruia, mai i nave aone my u;- most to prevent the organized arming of any body of eitizns of this Slate or any other Slate, for any purpose, but the right of the individ- ual ciiiaen to bear arms cauuot be infringed ; hi. right to assemble, his right to defend bim- self being assembled, is one tbat never can ba anrrendered, for the assembling of tb people together i. the brat iep toward tbe ex arcise of that great right in Republican Uuv eminent th elective franchise Without free discussion and the unmolested meeting of me people, u is vain lo talk ol elections. 1 aay, tnereiore, mat any attempt at interference wub our meetiuga to day would bava met with the rcsistanc and the consequences which such attempts so richly deserv, and upon lb beads of tbe men who instigated it would bava fallen lb responsibility. I acquit tba soiaiers tncmseives trom Dlsnie in IBs matter. Thera aaver baa been an instance yet sin j ,n f" ' their own accord not 'instigated by cowards behind them, soldiers k, ,,,, iolerlered ilB lb- ri(BI, of oiti. aena. I have mingled, io three years, with a """" tbonsandof Ihem. and never but once was an otlensive word or gesture heard, nd than it waa at tb instigation of these ea, not soldier. This is due to these brav mn. The brave man is always a courteous t,CO(,r ilillg .'.i,, w. rigbis of others These are brave men, aud th'" gratified me very much-notwith- standing tbe organised and determined enorta to procure insults through the mstrumentaliiy of tbe very me a I have uumed calling for lhM.uHi.iufni ,nu, ,m.uIui.m,iIi.. ml p , - L.if f .1.-.. i,,u.. l.a Uoi ....I. .f.,l join iu th groan but actually took off their -p- - . J - J Applttuaej.j Ho fuuch by wy of iitvodue- A more quiet aud orderly meeting never was held, The Democratic Meeting at Sidney. The Last Dollar and t he Last The Democratic Meeting at Sidney. The Last Dollar and t he Last Man. . n . , . . , the very eoBHoliug av-8uime, that rliere there are exceMes they will te credited on v , . ,1 the ut draft. Let the people ponder thU otTicitU aDDOuueemeat that there u lo he another draft. Boinemher, too, that paying out it played out. The people have about filled the IkpaUican program ane to far m money i. concerned.! They J - " -w..a mm-nm w . urH .u next draft is mad. Democratic Meetings -rrr,',' r f x , - ' ,N- .V Vnivn, Randolph, Tp KridaT, ?oinf, Sepiemlier HOih, U Elliott anil T K Thrtwr. t'armtrnillt, Jmkon, To. Friday, ra iny, September 3i)ih, l A Uouli andTboioa. Ol.o. Centenille, Waihitgtoit, Tp. Tbarmlay, rrenimr, September 2!Ub, H Elliott and C "ur ge V Nauertb. - (JervtanUtwn, German, Tp Saturday, et eniiiir. October 1, I) A Uouk aud Thoina 0 Lowe Liberty, Irfftnnn, Tp. SatarX.T, erening, OcUiber 1, Tbo Tbreaber and George W Ma luiiibr. AttxanderviU Snturdar, eeeninfr, Octo ber I .t, Henderum Elliott and Adam Cur Jacvb Allhtr'i, Fuur Mil Houie,vn Leb anon t'ike MomUjr Eteniug, October 3i, )SI',4. I) 0 Fitch and C B Bartman Kin$tl$ Grocery, Jladitoa, Tp Tue. dity, evening. October 4th, T O Low, Doctor Ery and I) K Boyer. Juhnmllt Th rtiUjr Eveninf, October 6lh, 18B4, Qcorga W Uouk aud Tbofna. O Lowe. i Miamuburg, Miami, Tp. Saturday, eren inir, October Hth, George W Book aud H. El liott. x -j v' y j I A Villainous Lie. The following lie in deliberately told by the Cincinnati Gazelle. The Gazette had a reporter at the meeting, and there fore kuowe that thie paragraph ia a lie : "A Deinocrutio meeting at Sidney, Ohio, which waa to have bean addressed by Val landinbaiu, wa. brnkeu up on Sitturda by oate Michigan .oldierr, No particular." Impoverishing the People. Hih taxes, and exorbitant prices were uot inipovei lulling uui laboriug people fast enough to suit the Black Republican leadem. But the present draft is doing the work completely aud effectively. It will utterly paujierize thousands, and leave other thousands in enilmrrassed circum stances. Th hard earnings aud savings of years of industry, iu a countless num ber of cases, are uaw being swept away forever I How long will the people toler ate the existence of such an Admiuistra tion of tbe Government ? Not longer than November, we devoutly hope and pray. Stanton's Latest Bulletin. We publish Stanton's latest letter to Dii among tbia evening's dispatches. There is a vagueness about it which is not at all usua with this very positive Secretary. There ar too many things which ba confesse not lo iuow. We do not consider Sheridan sure of viotory, until tbe end of the race he ia run ning shall have beeu reached. The news from Sherman ia uot favorable. II ia couioiu nicaliona ar in a critical condition, and may possibly be cut off. However desirous people may be of victory, it is belter to look at tbe situation calmly and dispassionately, than to permit hope to ru away with coniuioa sense. Tbe time to boast is not when th barneas is put oo, but when it is put off. John A. Bingham. Kditort Ohio Statetmaa : A lew evenings ago, at tb close of Mai. Stambaugb'a speech, oue of tbe delegates who weul to Cambridge and voted for tbe nomination of Binghitin aa a candidate for Congress arose and in good faith proposed three cheers fur Geo. B. McClelluu: and tby ware given with a will. Hundred, of others. who last fall voted for John Brougb are out boldly tor MoClellaa aud the Democratic tick et, aa tba ouly way of uniting the North, aud making a speedy peace with restoration of the Union under tba Constitution . Since) 1840, no candidate received ao large a vota from tbe opposite party as McClellan will re ceivt front the Republican party tbia fall, iu Tuscarawas county. White beat Bingham 2300 votea two ba will beat him X. New Philadelphia, Sept 17, 1864. Card from Mr. Vallandigham. DAYTON, OHIO, Sept. 21, 1864 To tbe Editors of ths Enuuirer; . I 1 observe that the Administration papers are republishing extensively the statement of a fellow signing bimsell "Km'le Bourlier," under th head of "Sotrtliog Revelations" So far as il relates to myself alone, il de aarves, aa it ahould under different circum stances receive, no uotio. But aa its chief purpo.e is lo impute actual aud overt tret sou i"o general McClellan while in . . ... command of the Army of lbs Potomac, let ua say that lbs character of ihe witness and the worth of his testimony may ba discerned from tba fact tbat not oue of the statement, in regard to myselt is true. All are impudent falsehood. I waa tiul in th South during th year iHb't, ithrr in April, July or Deoember, tbe "ep oclia" which be expressly Exaa. General McClellan waa not in command of the Armv of the Potomac while 1 was South. Dnrmir :-'t,Z.L... ' .w """T; f. niv uriri sojourn mere, neween May so anj ' ' ' HalOou or BMtjttniu. or auv oibsr nmnht of wiib -vuy of lUia may brt; wu a iffi,ilSr".of ?r b4! nT "cooforencaj" with Mr. Otfrjamin, fttid, in abort, teat Hot im Hichmjid a$ a. the fallow Maert 1 """ue tbte tbingt oalf becauta tbey are Jj" jCWBU2il 'v lh. nttl of tiu VJSS P-rpoae. w tb. C. L VALLANDIGHAM. Becaute the Di.tr. ot it aafe, Repablicaoe i no rtgtitio re atiii tUllttuntaiM Rtp i Wo And tt.era U ao dauffar tbat that will auger that the will forget to exarcis their right to still lie, Insurance. LSuckeve Mutual Insurance to. rt aAsr, AeETa 2tw,oii NO HORIP l I V I l K N 1) H ProBU Blvlded In ( ash liaong titork tind ! Policy Holder.. TtkH M.riae h.c.rd. oi nil kinl.. Pir n.b. on j buililiiiKA, Miri'b.uuiH, ruroilurti, V..Mt. id Poll, ; eij .li. Outtvr clw. of ri.k. a.ueiMll ). LMreotora: Via. Hart, P. Cii.mtixrtia, R. feltun, 3. P. Holiinoii, Aiiibma nioaa, Jr., Win. V, tilhuuxa, I,. l ttuliMii, t. M. O.iall, n. u.trn.i , .W l alluu, A. J. bre,i. OtL.-e UvmM'a Kxi haula. foot of Kuitarior aii-eei. Ol.lod. Ohio. WILLIAM MAHI, PmmlMil L. O. UvoaoR, (WrwUir. ul J. M WToPPICt.M A W. Ag.nt at Hyl..n. j Mm life Insurance Coin pany i OP ARTFOHl..U(NNRCTlCUT IVKBT MASBalLD IlSL'KB U18 UYl. aUHt aCiDacntnupoliciM K'Mi LIKE, for trm . ot y 44. it, fcuU.mtiitfil fjtlKi:4 ftiid ubiltiifsii'ii Kb iluwiuui. Aio, Nub FtirlwjUingi i'tjlnji, uu wtucli uu .mviutUsI is nttfuir vitf.r U-u ui. Five thuuMUhl doiiarti pnld ou twu loaisotj m tbmciiy tjithiD th m mouihw. Viavug tUl the uontriiuicM of nifin to brot?tt Hit family em-U from waut, uuuhcwi o IuuT inoit tin pla in iu abutter, uoble iu itu ,4turn, or ejrum in iU rofUlU, than Lilt lunurauc. It i. th mi which Uta oryinit huvbauJ aaves to 3UPP0BT TUK WIFK OF HIS BOSOM Ittt iha nnaaan hand ol tn provtJnt rather, rparhins; forth Itom the grave, aud atiil nounnhma .i)j,.onu. and IctMiMDg togattar thatamrty. By it, I ha Ittithhil on PROTECTS HI AGED PARENTS Evan whera ha haa p recalled them into eternity, lyit Clw ocueat air aatisntta wscounam crt-'uior, wuu tatati maidmI sfMut vtroDiUouit. Iu a moral and world. T aaa, it ia oua great waapou by which to rob death ti hia atiut- Let auy liiuband, father, aou, ak himself, "If I waa ta dta lo-uiKhl, w t'li Id thoaa who ara dt-i to uie Bit SAIf rUUl TUl. fAMOH Of WANT t Would lhaaa ehiMraa have a comfortabla boma, aad tit uieaua of aJuuauotif Would thia wit bmudeuou dttut ol the cold charitiaa ot the world? Would Una otwd uid taehle pareut ba provided forf Would uiy aaute ay my dobta WouLi there ba uo aacrihea ot property by furuod al oi u adiniiiiitiiior to most Utadamandi ofnrtMti(orw-NaJw utaui wheu the maiKal teuda downward, aitd lair pnuea caoiuot be rttthwdf" How frw oaa auawer theae queatiou to their aatitftu; tioul 'i'hey fear to aalc them, aud ohenih tta b-lil that they have a toBi lee uu life. Thin ia botti loul uhauduowaraly. , I he lira ve man LOOKS THE DANGER IN IBK Fi.CK, lhaibemayKraple wnb it; m viae uiau that ta amy ftiuuy iu Uadura nhd pltMK iu tr.rwHieuiut:' Tb uituiol palhatjoua a ml iujj. ol au.r uxtcvuu to all it i LIFE X 3 S TT IK A. TnJ" C3 H t TotutKiAea Vu4 -warlin 4 ia Uiameaa. whoa rhiet capiuu ia llteir energy aud utegrity.aiiuuld lUauretheir Uvea to the amouul of haJf their liUhliea. 1-u.iti ui act of dteiu(eri.iel houeety.wliro kaowu totheircre.v ifcora. would )liatly lusireaae ktuiir couiideuce iu tuem. It would ahoaay tbat tbey du uot wiah to lea re their i-t friend xpi 0 aay avoidablecouiiut(vuvyi aud ilie ANNUAL. K K M I U M ', ' ta UI'Mauriybsnauesasslh tnbnt whieh Haul baart nav. ai tlii.Ml,riua of luntica. JOHN II blXJfl'ltLMAa. aal aVasal k 1 vftoa aaa vewutf. . 1 Medical (ll'hRM Cotigh Oo'tiH.HorA Thru l, AH m , nI J 'ftiiAiinii'tioti. 11 if on) v n-rf rtrHt ) tir tn.y i u truDUfd with Ut-f onnipiiiutft to tiy on bul'lf nf Mrick'and'n Me.Uifiunn$ Covyh Uaham lo ronrincf i.tnni lentil i tY, it r'nkriiikiii rv. r ii'iid. It iut onl) t UtfH tiif himiVp nlltrtniii- 'i , jTUroitt sih 1,'tHKh. tent tt i-iirtp hyhl (tit at 'J l-ltlllls 'if III ( . Mill l Htl KM'i l. tt entail Uil Hit V hMiil f S ui 'i'ltn-M. Il s t N -tan I In ult. , hl f fti. niiflln ni." ir itii .nlK l'i n ft.", Ottt" pr t t-tlle, k'nr fat- Uy tlrUKni-tt. KfHrn lv. in 14 JIVKKYROI'Y 11 tieuf; t-ured o( tat tjiMtre 0iug j tl'it-t' hy th ue v'( Dr. SfrtvkluHif 1'ilt JirmeJy, Hff.il whtt tli'inp y h ho liavo tit-tj it: Mr. CIiwiJh W. I.mhiI.hiii. of Lontr-TUlf, and Mr. .?. r lntnnlp, t'liicim ti . 11,1 h y i re cut f d aiirr untiu; rm imt vi lr Hiru I iHttd'n tle Heniy 1 h-.v my lhty have in1 vr ytlitii hut rfiilJ ohmio no fehc, tmt one Hoi ot Mink Inn. 1 Tf I'llo Henudy i-tlttttd a lieiiex't rure nit r "iiflt nti( lor lYittiiT ) Hin'wiU) Hie wotf.il.ind or I'tlfti. 'Ihcy ic'oiitnttid avtiy fii whoi- ciitlt rinK to t? v tt. A.lt for Or Shirk land t Pilt Remedy. Sold by.UMmK.?ita, 5ot a pot. IMaunlacitfredat No. J kxt fourth ct, t:ini'innnti, O. till P,Baa5iit AU F L I J X . Strickland's Anti-Chohra MUittie. " H a coinpniUon of axtiinarenf!, ntrsioiitv'Tii''. niiniii j. litf ttud t'HtnihiiiLiv i-, Hhit h i Vftv ) r.yncii.'i ac. Unoalt-de'H i i)ii oidy i rfinraiii, vtitat v.dt tici a iici ntfttit nt cure ol I un hen ni,il Im .Ater . 'Il isAm.. 4'IiaIith Mixlur ia now in ie iu uirv of ur mu.v hortpiml- H-h-re it tli bit-nii oi t-itlit-fiH iioii. It lis avf-iihe livet of It-oiivrtiiilri tf oiu aihneia ant IhawiiH, mid will iriiuiHtiti-e it to let i)tm b.si r.ii.c- djf I., "te w orld lor Liat i 1i-k mt lhfnl-i y. mr yi"i)h,t'i i oviii.iou, ftly.. Villi t.f m.t hMp V to fialiaty anv tip us to ii vlrtee of Shit k IniidV . ivd -C'holferH Mixlilif; tn In l we have h yiemi aiiflil i ol ltlinioinal-4 ti om niit nt.'- a tio h v- n n cm. d hllti bt-itikf bronoiiucptl in urftl le tv (lieir vichiitf . v. n alter tHkiritf otilv one oitle l Hir -klmtd Aitti l.ol vra Mixtu . If nou ftutlei vi nh Ii. i iht a aioi f upu tery ti y one U'liie in 14 1 I'lCOt I'.NSOR UK MtW'ti ONLV OKNUINK- ' HAIR RESTOEER! DIsSKAiSKH UK Till-; f UIK cnill ot ihe meilu-nl faculty in in dlin d,ti h- X J' t'' HCttlp lit, ID a II rtjoll y of I u , lW 11 lt( Herd by I hi, til tmiH jrecul ur tlli-t Hc ut Ihe l.lijl U liemtv j 1 1 uot iu tt wt n;-i tj mi, Hh d r qiur tit M ptiudy, ttcp r "t'rtn'h and a omvfiil n,i HihIu u ol tha rauHi whii-h prod me tlteiHre. lulcn, the cBiite im di ov-rrd, i( im ru Ullei , ui.po-d4l(iy lo erad cm. tha eticean and i rtfct a pennHiiiil cole. iJlsc-a-tta ot th widji have teeii prou nut t ti iu j.iKUe by ur-me ol l!i H l Oft fciinuetil ,lificitin, hh ue volttl Via: A lie OK TliY To Ihiet pttihar part ol the. hun):m liau; , and 1 am BHD Plied tit Hi 1 pueti-hM ' Tim. oraisV uku. Ktv Hofarna known, Hint uuiil I pt-rniHUijlv rao'tcHle HlOf'C lonlhr-oiue dllellre ol Ihn Kciilp i. g., ALT KUKUM, MJM.l) HjVAI, . . Aud other cuttu.eoiiM die a -, and revlore i)e hair to thore alio huva U-come Udd. 'lo tr.ake Kood the aHrurdou, 1 will forfeit FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS If 1 fail to cure the wor-t cHt-es of dtaeaaed aoalpa ( Ihe loupe! ftHudinx aith the ONf.V OEMJ1NK I1A1K It fi8 1'ORF. II KcaJ th follouiiik: (TcAt'mwiii vf 3(t. Sarah (imtld.) Alkaht, New Yoaa. Fa.ir. UbUunn: Two yetari mo uiy acalp tiecfui di6Hte.d,aiid my hftir cnrnmencvd toul) out vny th(. 1 ae di-icaxe Hpread tinlil loyacalpwae one ciu.ltle aort. It he?Mine wl putniul; my tec! at big hi aa lirokn; the btirmnx ut it hifi t-cniihcu v.M oi enp ponable; 1 would apply lvjiniT uiu r irionJy, Lut ouly moii'ditHi y rent I I touMilud 8H!I hi cin of ihia city. I wua mioruted by them that Ui di-cHP with which my aolp aaa ahu tcd waa ti e trait Kh nin, and that tlu y fonlu not U-unt u.e. 1 nad your advjrii"eiii-ni uml aiswluded to consult you. You an -u red me that you aould erioli-H( liie uia bm aud teHtore my hair, which lid Ucou.a viy thiu. With that aeetoraut'e 1 pltu'fd luymlj id your hkbosj. aud thi rei-ulu hie, 1 i ac n lujttuiHitt hrad ol hail my folp i" iidit tiy well, aud my hair life caed tt lad I out. lte.vi ully yonrtj, Mua bmia Gould, Ho. 1.7 Houth IV art dret. It i a fact ucknowledied by all who hatj Uned th Uair Hatorer, tsud thir uaine im Legion, Dial il ia TUE ONLV PKKFARATIUH That would et1.H-tnr.1ly and pormanebily reatora the hair of thoaa who are bald.und pre rent ' TUE UAIR rHOM ft'AlXIKU OVT. The Itrge and rapidly Increasing Rule oi Kentorativ ia the -iroua i audtuce ol ihe mautlold beufilta it ia coQlanmn upon - THE HUMAN rAMIl-Y. The confidence ol' the puMic ban Wen obtained, and tiiy all uuitv inaui'ini lo m mmtaud aai aupeii oiuy OVKR A Ai fKEl'AKATIONB Rver intrtducrtl. 1 do not rccomnu nd my prepare hou tic(Aiie linir to i-row ma iccl iu uel I) mm u.Ntiy niuattia, at? it it a mrnple iinpoio-ihiliiy, ttud totll) m euuilt-ut a itli Die Uv ot iS'f 'tne. I o lhor- who are ekepuca or iticredtilou", I w II niake a 1 oua tide oftvi; I witl foif.li 1.00O (Ona Thmi-and IkjHhi) if I tml to cur th wo rat c&eot pmlial lhiueae under lilt ecu y aum' alaud- JUU Willi litt: OH1.V KK INK HAtK KKnTORKH. 'J hia vvdiiderfiil ran etly i.4 fold ly drttyvt! 8uer- ! ally 1 IK VOl'R Jlt(ir(!lST II AH T t!tT IT 0KND J't)K IT. K B 'urt .UHnmieetl in every en) Vthert the di rtvitioUis lor i he aie uitpliLitly ok eii. MT r. M, 1 p. l hoi lie, or fll loll h tX fS. PKK II. A. hK MI NN, Uole Ptuprteior, ho. ii'J tnuie nii4. FRED. SCHWARTZ, j llutohur, StHll No. 3a, I 81.11111 SIDK OK THE M A BBliT IUH'HE. Keeps oh hand the licit Quail t) or Keats. iiinsse-Min - SKM JKK.)NlJ Klb'lHIll'H of UAV anj prliH'lu. will nlm1- tv urtli-r. nt Bl'TTIR. KlK.l.Il ill INK'S II'MIK AMI fAPKK hTUIIt, ,urnvr of Tliirtl ani Maia .trm!ln. u;4 t , J, BTlKfKUlT SAeiTjKl, nCTTl-iuVsi tiTm NOTICE ii. I!by tiUau ti nt tlie nixl-rr iunr.i has 1U MilollttMl Mlxl 'iHltn'l II. A illlllUI-tialur ou ltivNUit f HKinorl KrlitrH. Uti, ol Mhiuvoiii ry Uouuly, Uki'MMU. Dili I1U.1H A. -JMAMM.M It. llAVTOl. AlW. Uth.lhlH. Mlll.l .HuSM.lW 1 rAKKLL KKOlbll T Istate. " t OTI OK i. h.rphy eisn, llv.t th nm!rrleiil Ijtia ilitly ai',ioiuld .ni iiHlili4 M iller J of I1i.ua will muJ tMlami'iit of rnr-M KtfougU.aat pl Sill, IsHit. KUHSHT BITBS. SvpU