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THE WEEKLY, DEMOCRAT.
T. T. FOSTKR, 4 .Vmott IETOK. t f-. It. D. BEACH.- Edixob asd Fc4HnV r August 24, 1S7J: tiuvc. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. .veil, aice- - k.m i - - i:-whicic:ffffiv!i!M!OOOir4 v; ll-CR L.OB;?-w t.oovKnspB, c. . TJCf v !vi fniMiW'wiB'ir.'' ' :'' -J-.-!) i-..; .::;:! o' :MfMktMiMr.' .-i..; i. fKMHueoaaOt. ' .:.,.:' t -VI flit; t.i.-:-a - ' " -. , ,ao ,'GUSTAV BRUEIII ? r i; !' .7 .'.uKui fe, WaaotWeoonv. 1 V1 - ' ; i '.IQEpIlGE ST. GEDUES. ! ! Jtas xnini ftMfcpiof0 pcblIc wobk, . w iiinmw; hughes, t v i.oiWILUAM W. ROSiS,' -j i'r.oli odn to. McCOOK and VICTORY! GRAND Mass Meeting! Mass Meeting! —OF THE— Mass Meeting! —OF THE— DEMOCRACY Mass Meeting! —OF THE— DEMOCRACY —OF— Mass Meeting! —OF THE— DEMOCRACY —OF— PREBLE COUNTY, AT EATON, Thursday Afternoon, Sept, 14, Thursday Afternoon, Sept, 14, The meeting will be addressed by Thursday Afternoon, Sept, 14, The meeting will be addressed by Hon, GEORGE H, PENDLETON Thursday Afternoon, Sept, 14, The meeting will be addressed by Hon, GEORGE H, PENDLETON —AND— Thursday Afternoon, Sept, 14, The meeting will be addressed by Hon, GEORGE H, PENDLETON —AND— Hon. T. A. CORCORAN. 1 ; petiloenitW ana CbnuerratlTe? of Preble JCp.tjj'ra outaad iiear. tbMioquent eatieaea dliKam tophm iutd sabjeets of "- tad haprrtanie to yourselves and tbe iioim- . v . . ; iel Otere be at day .given for the good '-oj'Wt country ,' Jjet every voter in the I owaty cone b tMa meeting, come and ' near the living Isaoes: of the day fairly aiid abjT.discusfed.. .f :V:jlet GRAND RAIXYI v ::i30aCB i "511 PROOESSIOJT.--Come in V.'Wajdt0dine onborsebacV! .Bring '. y'our6e,M Jaidaagsten! Come .' in-atKb waalMira dftft wtfil 'show the ( eorretoBlbi, rejgirdiw ofparty ties, ' that yoq are determqed to have an hon k aHd feeonoajii-idiiiinistration of gorerniaeatal affair. r v ; ' The State Kxeeuttre Comtnlttee have laid out a programme for an active cam- - jKga. and every. Democrat .shonld put - his strndder to the wbeel to effect some : filing S h grand resnU.' ' ; l-Ti;, WBciBnati; Uazette, in ; apecial fron"VFahliigton, says : "The expense f the Government for the ' taat fiscal year, ending June 30th have Juei been rammed ap.: . Tk unoHnt - m six hundred and ninety-one mfl- nona," ', .The total expenditnres of the h wtrnst, tkaks fof James Buchanan's ad- imialstration was $272,691,103, or less ihan;oss-BxLrVrhat the Gazette pat Grast expenses for one year I - -i The'people pay the money and they - can take Xhelr choice Democratic er t-Dsna, ef the New York Sun, - says of ' Grant's action in controlling and Intimidating a Republican State Convention In Louisiana by bayonet power, that It gives strong color 'tte prediction: of General Frank Blair that Grant would use the army if nec essary to retain his hold upou the "White House." -. a-Tho State debt of Tennessee is over $4200,000. The State debt of Georgia has been run up to over $50, 000,000, only $5,000,000 of which it is said to be legal. . The State Treasurer, in njs recent testimony before the Eu Klux committee, asserts that bis sig nature to many .millions of Georgia State bonds'r iara forgery. Oh, the beauties of reconstruction ! fey-The Republicans are. beginning to concede Hamilton county to the Democrats. The Commercial 6ays the present is a "good year for Democrats jn Hamilton county. Big Split among the Radicals Big Split among the Radicals of Louisiana, Resolutions Favoring Grant for Renomination Carried at the Point of the Bayonet. , 1 The Republican State Convention of Louisiana met at New Orleans on the 9th iust embracing' a mixed crowd of whites aud blacks. About 5) o'clock TWocoMPAxmor theITxiteo Stateb IXFANTBY, WITH TWO GaTLIN GCN'S, '(mitrailleuse,) Cxper commaxd of Captain Smith akiuved. . Tire tkoops MARCHKO IS AND STACKKD TUKtK ARMS AT THE C.1SAL STREET ENTIIAXI'K. . A lArjre number of deputy UnittHl States ilarshals closely .guarded every ex- trance.'' No one. was permitted to enter without a ticket from United States Marshal Packard. -: At half-past ten' Governor War- mouth, accompanied by Gen. Camp bell, Senator. Piiichback and about eighty followers, some with and some without tickets, entered the building and endeavored to pass through the hall, but were stopped by the deputy Marshal and informed that no one was permitted to pass until the hour for- opening .the convention. War mouth expressed his indighatiou,1 and mounted a chair and said: "Having been refused - admittance to the hall designated by the Central Committee for holding the Convention, I now propose: that we adjourn to Turner's Hall, and hold a Convention there.' the warvovtth convention- At twelve o'clock the Convention was called to order. , Mr. Masters, of Carroll Parish, was elected temporary Chairman. , Wat-mouth, ; Pinchback, , Campbell, and -Judife Dibble denounced the United States officers. : ' ' ''J:: ' Mr. Dibble characterized the Cus- tonrhoBse convention as a body of Administration favorites, guarded by bayonets and lawless tyranny. Mr. Pinchback said : "Is it possible that we are to be put down by th Government we have sustained?. It tJutt be the case, the soonm this gov KRSXEST IS tors dows asd a Mos- : ARCKT BUILT UPON ITS RUINS THE. BET TER.": -' ''; ' ' "-: . Permanent organization was made with Pinchback as President. Ad journed to 7' o'clock this evening to meet at Turner's Hall. ; OFFICE-HOLDER S CONVENTION GUARD ED BY BAYONETS. Mr. Packard called the Custom house Convention to order at twelve o'clock. . J. Henri Burch, - colored, . of Baton Rouge, was elected temporary chairman. A permanent organization followed, with Lieut. Governor Dunn as chairman. . The Committee on Credentials re ported in favor of tho Warmouth del egates In several parishes and Ave out of fifteen in the city wards; Speeches were delivered by Postmaster LoweL Dunn, Cooter, . Ingraham, Ilardy and Others. AH were exceedingly bitter on HVarmouth, and the majority ac cased him of being recreant to every trust and an enemy to the Republican party. ' The Committee reported resolutions guaranteeing a place in the free schools to every child ; approving of the lim itation of the State debt to $25,000,000 j calling upon the Governor to preserve peace"; declaring that Governor IL C. "Warmouth no longer enjoyed the con fidence of the Republican party; in structed DELEGATES TO VOTE FOB XT. 8. Grant for nomination at the next National, Convention ; declar ing the New Orleans Republican no longer the organ - of the Republican party, and asking the Administration to withdraw the Federal printing thanking President Grant for . his promptness In protecting tnenv All the Federal officials were re-elected en the Central Committee. The convention then adjourned sine die. The trooDS on . dutv were from General Reynold's command in Texas, on a requisition from the United States Marshal. NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 10, '71. SECOND DAY OF THE ANTI-GRANT CONVENTION. a At the Convention of the Warmouth wing last evening, Iu7 delegates an swered to the roll. ' Gen. Herron's resolution was adopted, that Senator West be requested to introduce a res olution at the next session of Congress, calling upon the President and other officers of the Government for all in formation in their possession regard ing the nse of the. Custom-house for hokunsr. state conventions, ana ine authority given the United States Mar shal for the appointment of deputy Marshals, and the bringing of troops to suppress the Convention. Another resolution was referred, demanding the removal of Collector Casey, Post master Lowell, deputy collector Her ring, United States Marshall Packard, Assessor Lam Den, ana itevenue col lector Stockdale. The Convention then adjourned until 12 o'clock to-day Information Wanted. The enormous sum $18,000,000 tax are paid by the consumers uiKin the material uset m the manufacture of boots and shoes, mid the Government only receives f 3. 500,000 of revenue from it. Who gets the remaining $14,500,000? Again, the consumers of pig-iron, suit, blank ets and cloaklngs are taxed under the tariff $54,000,000 annually, of which only $8,000,000 go into the government treasury. Who gets the remaining $51,000,000 ? The National Banks pay the Government $18,000,000 and re ceive some $70,000,000, who gets the balance ? On the gross manufactured articles in this country the people are taxed, at least $900,000,000, of which the. government receives about $200. 000,000, who gets the balance ? The ordinary expenses of the Government should not cost over $80,000,000 and the people pay more- than $240,000,000 annually, who gets the balance ? ALL HANDS ABOARD—THE DEMOCRATIC CAR IS COMING. ;' If you want to win, jump aboard the Democratic car Reform 1 The brakes f are up ; the car is coming ; clear the track, or jump aboard for the Demo crats are going 'to win; "". i - - - A great political revolution is going on among the people ; . each 'day adds to its force, 'a'ndall oDDOsed will so down before it. Last year the State went against us by default. . Had our vote been out, we would have elected seventeen members of Congress in stead of five. ' The fault was ours we had the vote but did not poll it. This year every Democratic' vote will be polled, ' thousands of . good . citizens who. refuse to act with Grant'stketion, will openly vote with us, l -and thous ands more Will stay . away from the polls. " '.; ' . I . In . the 40tU ; Congress there were less than- 50 -Democrats, but in the present Congress there are 100! The worK goes Draveiv on, aud this year the people will make the cause of Re form triumph, and McCook will be tiovernor. of Ohio. Mt. Vernon IJan ner. 1 . . The Cost of Radicalism. The long list of defalcations which we publish in another column may be added to the New York ' exposures of tbe cost or Kadical government..! or though the -latter were, at first, para ded as tne results of XJemocratic as cendency in New York city, the charge has: . recoiled in a quite remarkable manner on those Who made it. It now appears by the fullest proof, and with out tbe possibility or a denial, that every one or the extravagant bills Cited by the New York Times, was allowed and paid under the system pf govern ment established during tbe Iladical ascendency in the State Legislature. - It was a system very like ' that pro posed in "the Radical 'House of Repre sentatives, last winter1 the system of government by commission. It alsO appears that "the attempt of Mayor Hall to oppose some of these exorbi tant payments was frustrated , by suit in which Georgo Jones, the pr6- : .1 v rws . tncwr vi vue jJitw xwik. xuues, was the plaiutUE. The New York World refers to its former articles denouncing and-oDDosimr this svstem--which was ended by the new1 city charter, which was the first fruit of Democratic as cendency in the Legislature within the present year. ' We hope that the Dem ocratic system; will exhibit a favorable contrast with its predecessor, as it al wava must, lr Democratic iniMitiniia and principles of economy in govern ment are toiiowea, ana we Lfemocrat- ic test of Jenerson, uishe honest, is he capable, ; pe applietl to all omce-hold- ers. V aijinngton ratnou :. t The Way the People Are Taxed. The poor man goes to bed, draw a Sheet over mm' taxed oo i?u.i cent. -. - And a blanket taxed 240 -PEIt CENT. N ":- ' . . IXVa carpet1 Is taied 80 '"TER CET. .-,.: i". it.-.: ' !!-; Windaw blinds taxed So PER CENT. :-. : Window glass.' taxed 55 PER CENT '' ; i-z- - Water pitcher.' taiitd': 40: .'PER V-tVAil Ar:- -' ;i . n-'-::. The Radical leaders sJaim that this legislation; benefit tho ' people- The above robs the people to put mon e j into the pockets of the monopolists aud leaders or the Jiadical party, -:.wr,4 Let os nave a change of rulers. The tax payer goes to the ' yil lage store and buvs for his wife A handkerchief taxed 35 per cent. ; ' A shawl taxed, 200 per cent.' A dress, the silk taxed 00 per cent, and the vroolen taxed 100 per cent "'. : "'. ,. A hat. taxed 40 per cent, and stockings 75 per cent. ' Taxpayers are you not tired of paying this tarin premium to re tain Kadicale in omcc? ' : : IIasd jBAWS '.arev axed by tb tariff 75 per cent; ' penknives . 50 percent--1- - :-: Linner-can ao per cent, and an iron ' hooped barrel 60 per cent. All this tariff taxation is the work.ot a Radical Congress. It robs the people to enrich a few Radical leaders and monopolists The people cry aloud for KEt OKA A hoe, iron rake, epade and fork are each taxed, by the tariff, 40 per cent. . " Every farmer In Preble Conn tv. and the country, use these im plement. " The ' Rad:cal leaders say their taxation benefits the people. The people don't thin so. ' ': 1 Ojib by one they fall into . line, In a public speech the other day in Omaha, United StateB Senator Tipton. Of Nebraska, said: "I am unalterably opposed to the ruinous course of the present administration and 1 have pledge myself to make that , opposition both open and uncompromising "Rice is taxed 85 per cent, by tne Kadical tantt, soap 70 per cent, candles 40 per cent, ant paints 25 per cent." . gjGT'Q rant's Ku-Khix BmelFng committee has discovered a new Southern outrage. A Radical ed itorin Alabama published a senr- rihjus article about a young lady for which he was cowhded by brother of the yonng lady. Of eourse this is a relic -. f the slave ry spirit, and ought to be sup pressed and exterminated by the centralized government at Wash ington. A pretty state of affairs, truly, when a Radical carpet bag editor in the South cannot say what he pleases about young la dies. Hurrah for Grant,1 "Let lis have peace," Taxed. Keep it Before the People. That the permanent sucqesOof vir: Rad icali8m-JB the vdestructipBjrjoi Republic; :ff ti kT ti the ThattheRadicals have deSTroy ed tbe writ of habeas corpus; llave driveu oar shipping from the seas; t "' : - Have inaugurated high' tariffs; Have bcrdetied tis; vith heavly! taxes; . - -.y -"-- ' Have placed us under military rule; llave abolished free elections; Have fostered monopolies; -Have given away our: public ands to corporations; Have built up national banks; Have plundered us for the. ben efit of bondholders; -' -J ' 1 1.' ave destroyed fatafe rights; ; Have made bribery and corrup- tion'the rule of office; Have elected carpet-baggers and thieves to office. They bavo paid over twenty-five million of dollars withi-u the last year of the people's money as pre-, raiurai fo uie oonanoiuers; , They have in tSeneral lirant disgraced the country. He: and his km in onice aro treating toe; United States as a : private farm to draw their support from.; '. : The Grahts and their-1 suppor ters consider the people as "how-i ers of wood and drawers' of ' w-' ter." for their benefit. They want to retain their fat places and cry out,: 'let us have peaee'.but we sayi let os have change.' Mi. VfiasoM Banseb. Tfix Pittsburg Democratio Post eavs: :.uLet tne young men oiine country, who are soon to be charged with custody: ' look a bout them audiee whicb is the true side to ; take, and elects to stand by. the written Constitution; write petsonal liberty indelibly upon their banners so that it wilL shine above them through' storm and deluee; champion the cause and party of state and personal sovereignty; judge betweeai pre tentieus names and infamous practices under them; surrender no. vested and inalienable right at the bidding of the tools of tyr annv. add scorn -the ; bribes; of tucklinir scoundrels who would pnt liberty up at a price, and the right will ye?.' triumph over :,tbe wronsr. and our Institations'-be. rescued from their J threatened dacger. : 1 ';';.: ' ;. '. ' : CAMPAIGN DEMOCRAT. NINE WEEKS FOR TWENTY FIVE CENTS. In order' that the principles, -3 i 'l.'.l' . ' . 1 TV . policy ana canuKiaiteu oi iub f ei ocratic iMtrty shall be as fully and fairlv riresented ti.4 nossible to the" voters of PrebleiCnt.v, we pffp the . JDemocRaT during theincamy paign -front the 'next issue to" that; pf.;Qctober: 19th, after the electiottjj:tuelu8ive--for - the re-. duced-prica tof '25H.-'..v:.''..tJ? ! ', ; , Although there wiir..tb;e no'p cuniary profit to ns on:the paper it this rate, we a ball, be-gratified, if by this means- a large .nnmb6r ,pf'our.fellow:citizons. are iudnced' to readmit and receive -the evt-r. dence and reasoning in' behalf of Democratic . priheipiesy .without perversion ;,and i-tnisrepresenta-t tioisf ; that 'onjd'berwiae. re .'n'ajh.' prej bicwl aqd uni.bforraed. i. We hope, zealous and aotive. Deniocratis will iirime.diately;. send in 'asrri'riY'"ii'hViLhe above riite, as they ean . btlri.ia their vicinities, .-. A: little time; given now in this way ;to the com cion cause, will bring good results therefor in October. . .. LOCAL NOTICES. ATTENTION FARMERS! .: I have two hundred bushels of White ChalT Bearded Mediter rannean Seed Wheat for Sale. , It was inserted from. Aries. France llave sown it for three yearsj and it will produce - from '.y three ; to four bushels per acre more than the common red wheat, mid will make the very best of flour. !". Price per Bushel, $1,50 Josiah Davis, .. West Alexandria,; Ohio; NOTICE. Tbo onderwiarnpd )iavlon truly appnfRtWl AwrlRn ttfVALTKltD.JAY. AM peraoua -indebted to the said Wnltcr D. Jay r rcciuovtrd to make im- niedlt fviyment, and who hrvvttts; filirim4 ajrninnv mid Assignor will prs?nt tnm to uw unaersigoed Kt New Paris. Ohin. ior BllnCifci-. -i: JOHN JOHNSTON, - JVlLg. IU, 1S71.-3W. . rttJMtY JA . . , Watches and Jewelry. WATCHES A JEWELRY. . To the Public awi Tbadk is BirtRAL- V e would call your attention ana tne canaul jvraa ml of tbe enclosed card of A. Htainan and Co., Crystal ralaoe, store In Pike's Opera Ilonscfth 8U. 1 door East of Vine Htreet, ClnclDBati, Ohio. Thoy have now In store, and ready mr Inspection, a new stock of JEWKLUY. tslXVKR I'LATEO WARE AND WATCHES, manatactnred expressly for the sen ton. - Their lone experience In this branch of the bul less, and the extensive maniifocturinfr connection rtiavn: tnnn (if OKU tb mjtr sx win u nictu iussi rirrtv the very same rates with their Kastern comietitors, and more: their stork comprlaps a toll line of sll goods in conjnnctlon with the business, sjrh as no other one bouse lu America can compele with, civ Inp them tbe lustlv earned title of THJ5 CHEA!' EST 4 EWELKY ftOUSE IN AMKJUCA. . Thej- would be pleased to see you, or receive vour orders for Catalogue of Prices," as we flatteronr slves they will be able to offer yon superior induce ments in regard to assortment as well as to prices. A. t5TKIXAU CO.. ! : Socoeasors to W. B. CIapd k Bro. WOnly ivathorized accents tor tbe arennina MOr ide Wxvtcb." Tbe Walcb department is tmnieoselv Increasetl, and jpr1s materially rednced. Tbcy send pacjeages of tbeirsooda by Kxpreaa, C . i. to any part qf tbe country. , Aug24. Excelsior STOVE AND TIN STORE Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio.. . R. Reynolds, Prop'r Roofing. Spouting, JSine Flooring, Lining of bath tubs and sink basinj, prornptlr ettended to. My selection of Stoves & Tinware cannot ba excelled either in finish or price. A call is so licited. The celebrated Stoye Fashion is worth a visit Eiton Jan.12, 197J,yrl mmmm. & Co., ftlieii? new . Spring arid. Summer Goods; they have double the quantity and variety of goods to be found in any other Store in Their Goods were FOR CASE, and tliey wiUba soH Variety of I)r Gobds BIotions? 'i 'Car peting Oil Cloths, Kats? Gaps, Boots, X: Shoes. Cutlery, 100,000 lis, Woil Wilei ! Pre bio County. all' botifrht ';. CJbL I v. quccnswarccic., RAILROAD TIME TABLE. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Fatwenger Tralka will mB oa fills Boad. touring ; fhftsvmal Station as fpUo I -rpwr4 Tralaia. -" Mait r.Ar; i-iiAVB - . i W 1 1 Clm-luimtl.,..-...,. 7.00 llwiilllon .n..-..-7..:'.i.W itani MII;.....1J CL-nltianvillc. ......... .0S.JS Soiin-r v iu? . . .-. ... :t jK.a Catudn: .... tw.a ll.ruct'l . . . .. : ...0M Katon .-. ... ..v. .SJ.W New Mopa.i.a W.U riim-e 'RI.IT. W. 4 MlCt . .OB. w Arr, at Jtli-liiuoud . 09.15 Oi nelniurtl .'. : i . j.' . i 'IMt Hamilton ..,i..,...:.u.trt terra MIIo.. :-..ss olUnw IH!.V.. . . .-.... akmirrTllle . , . , . f. Kxton ..J....,......l NeW Hop..;...-..... J.Sft Florwa lC. .i.u J. yLJUH WrtvUie ., S.41 i. M W.Junrtloa .. ... Uieliauo4.....,..Uuie ; QoWararJ Tra.la. Rlchmod ; r..,..e.tS WcmxHt,u.....i,.1.vu r lorei- .i .7.0; NV 1 lone . .7.14 Fjttoa . . . . , i i . . . Hnrin-1 ... C--an4en HonjerHl: .,..i..7.' rollinvtlle..... ."! fWra M tlr i.-i.0::-..'...2S Mamltton o.ii .wy. . J!. Arr. atCbinliuiatl ..oi.ti r'rttc tfft 131 A..' Hlfliiminii T:.. i :.LMi.4.1j 1. A w. Jaaction ... '" -VtVrtvilltj ,..-..SA Flnrea . . i . .'. J. AJf r.aton -KarBvCs U Ju '. .7.W !SnTTlW .7.44 i (lllnaviiie.a . T.m I Umi tfoo V7. 77. ; ..ou AUaeiMtttk . .ii t.i.:.i .!J . : -.-1. - - - - ,-f -. i B McUBEN, Sawt. " L: WlIAIAMS. Am ttuiri. , PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. tin and after Jin.l,1871,Tiains wfll'r is follow ; -i. . BQlKfl K A aTTv-'i .. : i . : : . -' 1 ItiprcJi. 1 iyjt Lln. Wmlth. K xi 5.saiBiin.ls p.m. ii.M a. u. , i rnana H..-U I0.IM .44 i.eve.Riobmoa4 Arrive t Iraa ' -i . .-. " Xenia . ; " Iu,lon '"t 0lTBbM HH.r-1 a. m. tC.: li.07 a.. 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' The iVxtthera Kprai Wwrt; r d.tty w' lu ran whic-h nalamrk . liallHT!u :i ?'ini iia-T r.- ii-.tL.-l HIryKY Or?1 THE IS EtJRQP12, .-li.T! - 4. !4 Tbe Katlonat romtsblnc ens , at : Clncinnirtli . b.iw last lsntsl a vory tamable history of tne late -wan HtrtwtH-n OeVmarir'and Pfaeerni thi tleiv ofone ot our most Hiiiuar"wnaBrah.w"1K a'. tells a wonderful Borj-i-ll the arrauwr hecanne of Knrope to lt emi re,a ud the eonsennVnee Irf wlileli eve .n of the Weater, World tnnst (eel; of txU riotisni, herlsl. niilitarV flk(U and st.-itcsmsuisliip, ne-rer nTp.i-Hel In hlxlory.-'The -awthor- wrftes -with the-woijiht apdrfbreepC troths and too. creat merits orhisbook are Its reliability and strict Im- its trnttt. lie tetia 01 OJufie wii-u . Fiia.eo. 'mertrtity" . .- ' ; . -. - . : . The hoot H eomplefe-ra averr nBrtlonlitr. Ii -serlhes tire canspt of Uie war, and be evenj .wli)oto hrecede-l Tt; the openlntr caiiiih1cn. and trie Srsf re, tf-rwl orfheFreurh) JB ITeot of Athene WVereeS nion the Freiw-h peoile; Mie fruntlc elTort to rcFCne tlie rieaten iirm v, and the erf1h!e diteT of Sedan; the capture of the Kmaeror Najiojeony ajid an en tire army; the Itevolution in I?nci; tlieriaeand for-, maftwof therepuhlicr the IHftht' of the KniT-ress from Paris; tliesiese anrliaorrenrter of Brnbonrir aud the frouiUir fortresses of Frnncej the trlmupiv- F.iri nr iunilB. tA MMBe Ttimm -Molaaad the final surrender of hiR jlrhiy: the Investment anrtji!(je of 1'nrl; thedetolled Watory-hf hla vrnnt sieur; its plans, sorties, battres. sncecaaw and! Ipqi-os; the. course of events in the behanturetl elty, given tn tbe rnpmnft.rnlliliHPTnf U.eiimtiiaf tlie .leve: the campaia-na.on tow llre, ami in other -portions of Franee: the peace neiroliations, the surrender ef Par is ami the treatvj the naval history of lltewar: the diplomatic history on both the IJermM and. Frenoh aides; the lilalry of tlie formation of tbe .ma, t'lt-m-i I. Vmnlw Ih. nMrtMHllnV Of KIllIT iHlam Kniperor. and the ' re.Mu.lioa of liermim unity? tne events 01 uk mn riraww.u .-. of farts, Its terrible scenes of btoodnliednnd vandal i.n. with .mlnntenass. wraDhtcjtess and hcilliaikey. (which leaves not bin to be desired. So InteJUsenl person ean aniw ion.nmwnwn which bave left so deepan Impression on the world's, historvsand few will fail to read this splendid work; or. having read it, to- endorse, it as tbe (Mandara AKieriean H istorv of tho Wnr. In this age' of sensational Itreratnrr-, we cannot too nuctily commeno-inia oriinant ana noovmiui nar. r;ittvc to our readers. The txk Is handsomely honnd, and' lllostrated with l."s maps, portraits, bat tle scenes, and vlenrt of ttu principal iwcaiuies con nected with the war. No expense baa been spared, hv the publishers to maKe it wortny 01 ine support of ti. nnhlir and we nredict for - It an Immense sale, especially as its low price brines It within tlie reach of all. It in published In both EnitHuh and Herman, sold bvanWrlptlon only, and the pnbllsb- ers want aenta In every comnty. . . July Is NEW ' r MUSIC, 16 Pieces for 30 Cents. Th. Tru. Cmu : Kacred Hon.: Br J. H. Thomas. TJnderneatb the Violets. Ballad ..By Chas. PratU OnM. rest tour bead, little darlm.. B Tocaer. FarwelU Mother. Honit 4t Chorus By J. Jvnnlker. Pleasant thonehts of Ions; aito. Hong By W Persle Spring Tide. Trio from Harvey . , , . .- riy tnuseier Spring and Autumn. Qnartet.. .-.y Pceajsi. tf.v&n. nnartm- .: ' . .Ttv Menderssohu. Bweetis the tlmeorSorin. :By J-TBL Thomas. Our Lord Is rising from the dead Sacred. By Vosa. I.ord Ood the Holy Ohost- Qtutrtet. Blue Bird Hcbottlsche ; , , , . - ..ly Concone. By J. Becnt. TBy J.Woote; By ftrannia. fstandard afaren Belle Marie Mazurha.. Cinnamon Bone SsbotUche, .By Klnkel. lUUBamlfw V.IUl KMUmSBISI HV FIISflaiD. , . Address , .. . ,' . . -. ; J. L. Peters, 599 Broadway ' - -,: New York.: : ' .eaton DAGUERREAN & PHOTOGRAPH . jt o o jus. .:. -rxsn MtnfM4 to mv old Drofassion as Tissue . 1 an, sow nrMMred to take slttines tin- pictures, of Families, tiroitps. Infants and Minale Persons, and flatter mvselt rrom tne long exper ience devoted to this branch and photographing, to vie with all competition, and solicit a share of the nhllc nstronaee. -rioom newly refitted In Seal's Block, corner of Main and Cherry Htreel fiaVan.O. , tl'eb.2J 8AM L HcCtEAN. We have a supply of Cards Note Heads, Letter Heads, En velopes, &c which we will print for Merchants and business men in good style at reasona ble rates. BiHs posted and Circulars distributed on appli'ca 1 ion at this office! tf STJisf BEAM DagTierreaix' . rlPlfeOto- graphpoijis.-;; ; i 1... jlu '.rTl!U1T..llS -Uii'lllliii'-l I lO XADDIiEMAlT" Artist ;Ailvft iriraiiiJw rOTini.are FM; ranted to give aatUrsicubn. nA bo be'.tor saritv i than to pay tbfi room visit anf examine tb specimens. .Oroups- w families takn.,a Urge .1 desired. ' A call is solicited. . . jV.',-:(, .- JOB MOSES' Sir james :tJ&rk' Jbemate: i'ills: TlMMtovalmbleiMlMBlnnhUtnciVh-wra all thoar iHiinful and datifrerotia diafuipca Wlrlch llif A-mav oaiinuoa i, urfi. -j nay mu U vxreor and. mio all , piwUutiuna, Thar nHHieralv fnan anal TtiiiiRKtKbXiniEs," thej:arliartJphIaTli- alAt' They .wlW 1r Vtnrt rii'"1! tlmaanniroaiWomoHUiiv nerioa ariuiiraaiuirii.v; awt-althmili very powerful, oiitatn oordius kurt- Spiaat ArTrcUanai IiiW ia rUo baHc anil Uiflbay .tisao oa iba.Kliirbt exertion. Valpltaiton ?yf, the heart, Hwrterk-s and WlrtM1. twey-wri I eifctia-cnroj wliKn other menna -liRve ttill. .rTlm -phainpitlH aronodai-h piukaseliH9 full directUukH an.I ad-iioo or will be wm free to all wrillHij tt Ir.lsenrled from - SPECIAL NOTICE. Ttw orcTerc beCountern?iteda -Joh Mew'4irJ:lel,lork,B Fe male Pills are extensively Counterfeited. Tbe ceu- uhw ha; tjie name f JciDlfrwcfl on ear It pnckw All others are worth less. : DisnucK IfrtvcfsbMt eu duavur fcosull UiuouiiK'rfcit tomuV tjrttifcer jiro-' fit. :7T. -H. In all ras where tlie irr-nnltH-cainnot be obtaJned. One iXdlar evlo..d to tbe ute' lro privtor.JOH MOSEs. K Cortland St.. New York, will Inm.re a tnntle of lire nulneconruintr EuT-ji ktlowltdxo of Its contents. PHiM, by return malic, sccitrty tteujea rror The Croat -Frerich 'Remedy. OK LA EASllfi.Ki-HL'l CIJtlC-M 1 t' Prepared y (innna!ciA roqitont. Jo-rSU iMuo lAiiib.ira, Paris, anfl lilulilv rt-com mailed by ( tit. (..tip. Kf.wttr- .J ' L'a.'iikv .if ITr.n.C 1 ' Are the very best Ut.meily.WjtU cuses.of StHvinatiiH-' be, or MfninTmi-ww-ftKiw; ii?iitry-. iwmt or i-re-. matqra Kmitia tiiSifiexaiiL la'eakiieM txlstipote ncy- weakliest unsuu iroui fjwn-l Jj-J0irf. iuii nmi. Nplne-'j.im or '-Hrlr-lCMlitsl' df-rKHiri m the Frlnirrl Milky dnelrgw c. and all tH raimtly train of Symplons urlMlyj from f.W-vw or KjdCVe,, Thify rim. -wnea air otaer reioln fell. 'oll sirMlloifir ill) faeli iKtl.I'rlse!, l"er. Kox;.rS bnxmtfur (Kv, rOHl uy mn uriiK-ipiw. trit;isror kiii otj --hi aCTiKapeiirelViMiHkfromailoowervwiOH, hy ,-n- i.,Mtnff i,ri.'f. I., S..U. A .Jr lor Aiu.rirs JOBfiK lOfortkind HI. New Yojk. . rliaiap 4eta aeni Free to-atttr AUdreo May my Mt t .tint'.-) :f..ii mi- BBTAK'a I . .i 'u has j .' "arc'anraiilinxVn ths cure of, t'orijjnst X'-otdsV Asth wm -ttr.olils'.'lsor-Tntsisr. ileii-ii.iii ms.- vViffn-ult Brenrinnir,- Inciplenti l'owsmptiij nnddlsensrs of eliihl wirl-tnkethen. iMn'Uianiiliinjtve hs-en ret-w ed tnhesWtk. that rnxf bef heiore tlispalr.1. rtl niony criveh In hundreds ofea,-s. A single -ioikj fe lK-s,4nteti mtnutew., a' Asafer -frryi.n's J1.oO"- taVaflip.syiUiylie.; .. Jo i;::i;t.j - ' ill '' "" i r.!l J . - if. 1) i:-.! -hit vr.fi ! t! I". ,i !..tB ! .-!;.?-:; -i.it i'y ! - c-f-' t ;.-C3wtw. ,j::.,j M - : K-w -. ; 'in .1 ; ; O ti ii tPs',! GREAT REDUCTION!!! On the Best of Rubber (Extracting Included. ).,'' n-Teeth FenrlnH witlioitt Ham. ly , rr Mtroas Oxide and Eleetriciiy, at AO cents cneh.nea Cttstomors esmissc ho ri earn leave tbeir towtii im the Bneraocin. Dental Work of all kinds don in hr- lies man ner, and all work warrsne la- be Ml cjraclory. ;- . - , GBEAT WESTEBW OEKTAI,C0.r " ' - 116 WEST SIXTH ST., 3et. Vine and Bace, PEV. J. OMSK I IrfXNOfiH, ParPKIET0B. HandhillB, Circulars. rosler,t Carda and Envelopes, a . C)s prices ar tne Denidcrat office t j-saa.- I Si . . T B . :'s52 - rS:3 ' T : exs S : H w ;-w -. ''';' til -S-'..,'? ; roHmEraiDS avi, PBRirir! YOUR BLOOD i f AT OXCE. V Whtrerer Polio Root grows, it h tr4 HrVpiitn'lnn for etrrtnit Rli-iiinimri,'Anl m a Blood IMrifirr. With all tlim loenl rppnlnlinn aud the prniae or iliMinfiuiMMd l'lijioiMl)it. On,liHr, Kmr,Wthm M ritmt-, OriffitK.CophmH nd othAra.l who JkOTejejuajtajueii.-ai liowrm. much throuiih u wnnt of a trorr approi-M Hon flf IIH UlUXlia.-JI llUiMt roprr way to alairtit Tor m cinnl Oar. Dr. pliysidana boar. nlClVoM his t-nfii time loth luU" . . f him proMaioa I 'J'WMt-Vko has I h larveat farae- Ut vn any -phy mi Ohio k a a ftHljr.tratvd -ih artiT -"liMMlrtaBl sician in MMim- . ' rqualitiraof I'oa. .t iu.'.n Root dories h laat eux,and rv tirxfla r a I -1.. . roaooocwA to :" '-'-'ti ataf saartt . foa ftnffiwwd pi ndihg bn .,rarl aOaMiitiosi ' or the' Wood, : IhmnMf slwr- alt oih.r Kt(icr toria M-du-a. (la tr Mm- UMtru.-. tipum jrar f)lii-ni. - kit haw mathin I IU at.-t4Vr tiwilW--' -inat Km. f j 1 oke Kojl wi-h 'h. taa - ac rroaratioa of 1 A lroff.-fin-r ' o ;tn tjihfc-prepara. 9 1 -rin-orl pn44in lrllla ttx-nr -t , ual- thtfi-iwo wr.fBMUH ' ""lJ(Maswaa ..... . - iNtaKiM 'I -Tfciw'lrrCparStMHI 4.lkmba t atter. ' ' rrv-awff -Tnnni .- -kna-w ailsnt atta. N r atfnw lias Tini' i. '" K - Wwawfrilsv w tury, tsatrws Jor Hhi-aaia. e-aratttaHHaain. . 1tfarfStsr -Iht '. Mismkl aias, mor. lleJrual Jt strcnr hens, purines' 1 ,"!J n 1 .iVnrtMc in: tb trene-t.-of M nnfu! jUj or-l.rs of tho 1 Jver.-aa4 p-'"" "rttJH, mrnfrn : and wrtwtn-w . raa r-ut aaa4wii4insj-i(' '" .new thron-ihu the .alire jjlaamsr y-i-as. .-rhrnrjic jdi't-aia-. M fltls,Erstl4sisV,sBMrtatas -,- a., t4.awftK atvnwtw.aVS tw. Ktssaj-Wt aM . rtnll-UiicaiiH. NtM.IIrs4, 1 tcwwtsjl t i asroavll mmrm. jr. .- smr sf U. . disaaaa 4epaasimB a 4n.raw4 ey.iiin) .j .k. 'hi.,rti4 u tmtA 49 34. n L mi faottkt.BoU by all PtttSMiitn, Piwp t ; iu .-I ' atUTUCaTaw tar '",. iy '--'yJ' ',J'l 3' ej rl!.-4;. ini Cher rjneojj v&c y ' "" I- 1, - ... :iJ.;!tu4 ei "cj . . r T 'aJ&ety bytiu- dkhfr ' 1 . f . tH I . r . I f.-fi f Stanrhnjr-wh-in pilwj js-n4Ti. snajls4rla.. csusedil to heinrf'-fWiari-iheforhew-n- 4plnints.j -Klsjrf 14irTW".T-1'"f7 W anfe u lake tat maw tisse. aiasS aasirsay ISfissiwsraM f V. 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