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THE JOU RN ALJ
J. H. GREENE, w..,nnli
, A. G. WILCOX. Editors.
fRMMY,.. ...... OCT.-' 4, ISG7.
Union State Ticket.
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FOR STATE SENATOR,
UNION COUNTY TICKET.
For Member of the Assembly.
SANFORD G. BAKER.
Kr (Xtui-iii A'fiHor.
VSJAXl 15 ALL.
I'.r (.urty Tt(ur.r.
j. watt En--x,
I hr C'"nt'y lUconl- r,
J. 0. Ml'MGi:.
f"r County LYintnisfioHer.
'r VroHrvJiiitr Atiitrwif,
.TOUy M. I.KMMOX.
J03X TAV LOU.
We suggest to Kepub-lica-ns
of every Town
ship that they hold a
Leetiii"; on Saturday,
dav or evening, before
Election, to complete
aiTanenieiits for Elec
tion day ; provided they
are not already fully
. . .
An Irishman on Impartial Suffrage.
We print !?ciWr'' a reinarkublt as
well as siuitie.-mt arliole from the .'A
J,iul1k, the organ of the J"onin or
ganization in Obv-figo, deelarinj in un
euiivo:;il terms for "impartial snfiVng.!.''
Il would be difliilt to jsnt t'w aig'i
roeut in favor of e'U.;!iH- of civil and
political rights in a m ire forcible man
ner than it lias been pfit in this urtiele ;
and it is all the more ftn'hing timt it
ronies from the organ of a peopl-s w ho
Lave heretofore been relied upon as the
most zealous supporteis of tlie prinei-pl-s
of the lieuioeratic paity not s
eepting slaver itself. We believe it
will be impossible for any true and in
telligent Irishman to resist the lgie of
the IttpuUk, and to continue longer,
while demanding freedom ami cjual
rights for himself or bis fellows, to as
sist in vAirh-holding the same from oth
Vrs who Lave endured ssiil iao?-e hor
It is for the principle so ably main
tained by the Ifrpid'Hc that the friends
of loy illy and free gov ernitieut are now
battling in Ohio, and indeed all over
the land. It is this principle which
lias recently been triumphant in the re
construction policy imposed by Con
gress upon the South in tpite of the
opposition of the President and those
who co-operate with him. When it
can be maintained with such invincible
logic, why fchould any siill be found to
oppose it? But we commend these
views, not because they agree w ith the
sentiment of the Republican party, but
beeause they are right.
Union men of J5ALLVILLKJ
You are expected to do your
whole duty next Tuesday. Last
fall you gave a Union nwjurity
of 3S make, it K) this time.
Sankohh G. IAKKti, Ks'f., of .Wood
ille, tho Republican candidate for Rep
resentative, in point of sense, political
ability, is worth
a hundred eueli ir.cn as .lames Parks,
t in; Copperhead candidate for the same
olliee. Paris was bi' the Legislature
last session. and for anything that he did,
might as vveil have been a bump on a
log. lie votd just as he was inst'-iieled
bv a Aery .small llrer, a Copperhead
politician, from Crawford County, and
will do the saino next seMon, if re
elected. Mr. Bam:k is an intelligent,
honest, industrious man, who will have
the intere.-ts of the County at heart,
ami his inlhience in t!3 Legislature will
amount to something.
Republicans of Sandusky county, you
have a ticket that deserves your hearty
.support and a tviumpbar.t election. It
is unexceptional in ever' particular.
It is composed of men who have always
bceu true to the cause, and who stand
to-day above reproach wherever they j
arc known. There is not a man among
them all who is uot deserving of your
confidence ami your .ballot. They will
do their entire duty, see (hat you do
(iUEEX CREEK! You have
the advanced line in the battle.
Go in and win. Koil xp 170
. jmijority for the.itraigiit Union
lickfct, - aud 3 on il make us all
it you wuiiltl "gut th-j uiircfcr out il" p..!i
t'cs," vote fo.- iLc CtUtutiooal Amenri
tnntX t i
ioili ciuiilulxtcs Kir tins ollioc nre
well known in this cotiutv. Tho Ke
I'utlioaii candidate, .A ham livm, of Scott
Township, lias neter held, ol'ice.'butlie j
is every way .jualilicd to. Ho
u l, II Villi it,1i.. .tifrinv !,. ;- I f A
a lirivnte soldier duririf tint war. lie
is a voting man of ..1 habits and
sound jiriiifijiK's, atnl sl bring u tbo
JiiWiiart'o of llm duties of "SlieriiV.
l t t ' ' . it- : . ,11
rohdlijvoiire, Lonesly sihI zeal j
Mr. Kiiwll, (l:o present Sliciiil and
Hit! Copperhead candidate for re-elec- j
i W'jw"imiw i.r lliwy veignty
.. ; . ..1 : . . i .. i i i . . . . . i .
, ;. - . ,,S-. 1
hiohimh v in r.'sjn.'tiaine i'opK'.
sides, many complaints are made of his
method of computing mileage and
clfii-gil.'g We call atleiitiiii io
this matter, and urge an iuveatitiiou
of ine iV.eis.
In t: selection f public ofikMis the
community should lo. k to the moral
and ir.lt Ih cl ttal lis v t-li as poliLical juab
itieaiioiiS of tli-ir Mrval.ts. iji Air.
Uaik they will tittj a lempcrato, honest,
capable man lor Slieiill.
Another ihing it may not, i amiss
to stale, is, that Mr. Kair ppuakh and
reado (toinian tlueinlv; ;ni imiiortant
Union men how would you like to
have Vfillttiidigiiam your United Stales
Senator for the next i years, lilling
the place of Hen Wad-tJ The program
me now is: Thurutari for Governor,
Vadandigham for Senator and Pen. !le
lou f-r the next Presi'tieiit.
Republicans of JACKSON!
You arc good for ? 0
jority iiot . one less Go to
woikwith 'Old Hickory's" en
ergy and determination., and
"By tin; Eternal, " you ran
make it ."(.
Are You Ready?
In a few days the Union men of
Sandtttky county will be failed upon
to decide the most important issues
ever submitted to a patriotic people.
Aie you icady ? Have steps been
takeu to look up reery rotrr and see that
they will be out ? Has there been a
canvass of every Township and school
district, man by man, as there should
be? Reader do you appreciate the
magnitude of the i.ssue and are you do
ing 1 i in your power to advance the
iutere.-t of the Union cause? Are there
any arrangement by which it may be
know n,before the polls are clo.-ed, wheth
er or not a handled or more voters
have absented themselves? This is a
very important matter ami we appeal
to the Uaion "ten of the county to see
that it is not overlooked! It is your
only s-tfe n.ard and if you intend to
avail yourself cf its benetil a t-nic limit
.( f:tt.(, S.j to work, thin ami do your
We wit-j! !. iiii;i el velcis (if all i:.m.-s in
this City s: I Tt!ii.i;. that there will be
tar cVct'wi t. :(: ' ia ench vaid.
aial (ns d.r :! if tnii!e'. Vnteis must
C;st liieir L:tiie-.s al tin niiii i:i liie vvattl
wiiae t!i(j- re.-uio Vot"is wlm lite ill
seitHliivJty IttwnsLip i.u!: i !o of fie c'ly cr
ji tiati- n, niti not iliusul tt veto at any oi
the ward j-elis, but im-.st Vtite at ile; tovvu
tliii -oil?, wiiii It n-ill be in th-j city at or
near tjtula r' grocery en ,t Ue Sir'l. Iljar
i'. in mind.
The County Treasury.
When Os.y.vu Pall, the present Uniou
candidate for Auditor, turned over the
office of County Treasurer lo his Dem
ocratic successor, he left a balance of
about .6,000 in the Tieasury, accumu
lated during the Republican admiiiis
ttation. The .Democrats have had the
management of the County funds for
two ears and this -5'3,0u0 has been
expended, and tlie County is ovv in
debt kakly 2,'00O. For proof see
statement of Treasurer as published in
the JliSidtrcr last week. Are the
voters of Sandusky County willing to
pay for Democratic misrule at such a
Which will you have?
During his terms of oliioe Oscau
Rai.i. brought the credit of Sandusky
county up to par, from thirty per cent.
below par. When he entcrC'i upon his
cilice, County orders were selling at
seventy cents on the dollar, thanks to
Democratic mismanagementwhen he
left it they were vvotlh doliar for dollar.
Voteis, -ill you lake Republican or
Democratic Economy ?
. . ,
Politics and Base Ball The aristo
cratic Democratic cat.tlica'.c for Auditor has
been reporting about town, that Ofc.va Ball
has )2 n I.iij'ntr (;ernr.n tinj Irish yn'cs.
Siu r.osf this rejioit were true. Uow much
f-W is it 'o buy v te-, than to t.iUr live
uieiohers ol lie' C'iOjlir:ii l!u'.c Hall Ciu'i to
fnrr.ish two votes for the m 'nutnenl jiro
vijtd li.ey won!,! KjCji! (!;,.ir li.kitt and
vote for him instead of O.-c.itt 1?ai.l?
MADISON! Give the Cops.
the best turn you have in the
shop.- Don't let I hem get over
oi) ahead of a on. Work hard
all day; got all the RepuMiean
votes out. You'll win in the
end, for the Uight must triumph.
For County Commissioner.
No man in the Comity i!l make a
better Cftiiinis-mn r than Mr. S. E.
Walteu, the Republican candidate for
re-election to that position. lie has
serve'l in liiat c paeitv to Ine saltstac
tw of ail p o iies, a;.d ought to be re-
elected beyond 'pK-fiion.
Fasle.-l horse iu the country Dexter
no whole impiiie of Sheriff Resell.
For pailicitlaiii of lite extraordinary
speed of the SiieriiFs horse, examine re
turns oil liie in tlie County Cilices in
the case. of the Suic of Ohio vs. Phil
Sheriff'sFees.- ln tho cfe f f'hio W
1'llilKjW, -t ". tllfi It tie'.V.t UTltful flit! I,
Th,..,. ..n .,csyi;a u, ,h!.nrii ic i n-j
tuijiit .ihilj )rmi t-u rtr.c'.t.i iii "t; 3.-i)-. j
."siit-rijl tiitavii liioui.: r.r i.u! ' t it ( ia .
suiattiuiitii' li.k-n. ft iltiKM. , of i.'jr.j.Pf'-as
tS dw.ki t ttl liie I o'ilit) l-Ii-t k tlmWi, fs3l
yiyvrt J IwW du oU liku hi - -
uuL acloubt, tlicy can't get over
in-' 'in )
Union nun of KICK! You
Iiavu tlio'post of honor and o!
tlaiiiMT. The heaviest lire of
ijic I'llt'lliy Will I i H your posl
j j jj j . ar(ma& J Jf yoil
ll .Vol,r (llt.V s y will With-
Osl'AH I! ALL is till'. lu'JitlblilHIl lillldi-
(lal0 Kvr.,body knows and entry
body ropfrts lnm ; and o erybouy wh;
knows anything about it, knows that he
will make the best Auditor of any man
in the county, lie is a man of tie pco
phv. He H a man of ei'?e a'.id honesty
and the most solM abilities. Ho is
thoroughly conveisant with tho affairs
of the county, and inaiii)gel tlicin with
prudence and economy. When he. left
ollice, the county was clear .'f debt arid
86,000 at least ahead. Under the Cop
perhead rule, since, affairs have been
miserably managed. The county is in
debt and tho Treasury cmptv.
Edwin Ilnff, his competitor, is an
aristroeiaticKmiw X.nhing. Jut-t now,
on the eve of election, ho comes down
from his dignity and condescends to
shake hamh and touch glasses with la
boring men among the industrious Ger
mans and Irish. Put after election he
won't know them. Ho will turn up bis
aristrocralicuo.su when he, meets them.
Ou the other hand. Mr. Pali, the Re
publican ctfiididate, is a straight-forward,
plain, practical man, who is not
above work himself, and like all true
gentlemen, respects and honors labor.
Tax Payers. Think of This. Eleven
years agi ilm Ketuiblican jiarty came into
power ia Ohio. They found the S jste debt
to bo over fovrtcun milli ms of d ilnrs.
Now, after it l.wg acd costly war till aft r
Ilia erection of a magnificent .State House
atid new Asylums, fho debt is but elevcu
millions. A tax of lss than one j e- cent,
ou the State i ropetly would jsy off every
dollar of it.
Voters, niiiiti ni this uhca ytitt x:e told of
'he cxlnvvitifani'o of the j arty ia power.
Little IU LEY ! Yon have made
a glorious eonimencement. Keep
on doiii"; it, only more so. By
just such work as yours, the
harden Copperhead townships!
in the State have heeii redeem
ed. You can cut down their
majority to less than 100. Doit.
Thurman and Vallandigham.
In 1803, the Democracy of Ohio,
llushed with their success the previous
year, and hopeful of Complete triumph,
put in nomination for Governor, Cle
ment L. Vallsndigham, a tried, convic
ted and ranish.d tra'tor, theu "waiting
and watching" over the Canadian bor
der. The loyal heart of the State re-
vone-I against litis insolence of treason
and the traitor candidate for Governor
was defeated by a hundred thousand
majority. learning a lesson from their
defeat, the Democrats, two years ago.
chose for their standard bearer a fed
eral General, whom limy had seduced
into their party, and succeeded in pull
ing our majority down to thirty thous
and. This year, however, the Vallau-
Jigham party got tho tipper hand again,
and hnve but in nomination a man
thoroughly in sympathy with Vallan
ditrbaui and his wins; of the linrlv.
The triumph of Thuruwn is the triumph
of Vallandiijham. Their sentiments
are identical and their speeches re-echo
each other. In his speech at Marietta
on the 14th iust., Judge Thurmau de
clared that he voted for Vallandigham,
and that he took pride m the fact. If
the true position of affairs were under
stood Thurmau would be defeated by
as large a majority as was his proto
type, Vallandigham. Let every Ohio
v oter remember that Vallandigham ami
Thurmau occupy the samo platform,
and that a vote for the latter is a vote
for the principles of the former.
Don't fail to have the
last Union vote polled in each
Ward and School District. .
For County Treasurer.
The Democracy put our friend J. P.
Llderkiii forward lor County Treasurer
as the uorh'ii!maii,.t caudidatj the
carpenter! Shades of departed Jackr
planes! Why, Elderkiti has been tavern-keeper
in Woodville and bridge
contractor, but not a carpenter or work
iiigmau in any sense. Ho is now and
has been since he was lirst elected
County Treasurer, immersed up to his
eyes in contracts out side of the county,
if not out of the State, and pays no at
tention whatever to his oflicial duties.
Tho truest interest of the people of
all parties ia this county requires that
there snail be a change in the control
of that important otlk'e. By voting for
the Republican candidate, J. W. Wat
teuson, of Clyde, you will be voting for
a man, who, if elected, will attend to
the duties rf the ollice himself and not
by a deputy. II? will make a compe
tent, honest and prudent County Treas
urer, lu SANDUSKY township it is
"nip and tuck," but we shall try
to beat them next Tuesday by
a haudsome majority. We urge
every Union mau iu the City
and Township to lay aside all
other business on Election pay,
and devote hi.- whole time and
eucrgy to the cause.
Vote for John Tavlok, of Fremont,
for Coroner.. D. K. Hill, the Demo
cratic cftiuii bite, lives somewhere doivn
!n. Seneca founlv, and couldn't be found
til' the ."::; i;f resurfvvtSoi! if he. were
Lout iV.st hoes! Sue tiht-fill'1
Uuwii's m, which tmUi too rriks a i
li j.ll Vll.ll ftt V.nJ.iU(iiglii.tii out of
fmlitic-, e'eci tin I'n'ijti cJtidiii.ttcs to
the I.cislntiiif, . . - . ...
For Infirmary Director.
Thu Rciul Ikan candidate for this
ollice is an old i-itwsn and rcliaMw limit,
Jauoii Lbshki:, Es.i. ; , ton, is Iiis 11-
' iionent, ChnMiati Doticysoii. But Mr.
. Lkbhkb is a Republican, mid we prefer
1 rpi... U 1 U! I ..t
him. The Hoard of Directors, ks at
present constituted, consists of two Dem
ocrats and one Republican, Theodore
C'app, Fsip, whoso lertii expires this
year.- The Democratic, members, so
far as we know, in all things outside of
politics, are good men enough ; but tiny
allow their party leaders to control
them, and that control is directly
against the best interests, botth moral
and pecuniary, ofthe community. At
the demand of those leaders, they have
removed lit ellicieiit and uuexc-ptioii-able
Siiperintendent of the County
Farm, Mr. Ickks, for no other reason
than that, he is a Republican, "t the
saiiie time admitting and asserting that
the County would greatly lose by the
change. They had not, it seems, the
manliness lo refuse to obey the dictates
ofthe Copperhead leaders, and retain
in office a responsible man and i fii -iettt
and prudent manager. Mr. Doncyson,
we hope, would not thus permit him
self to bo made a tool of; but the safest
and best plan is to vote for Mr. Lesiieu
Are you all "up and doing" in
TOWNSENDi Union mm,
make your, majority 45 or ,"0.
Don't be. satisfied with anything
short of that. You CAN doit
A Full Vote.
We desire to impress upon otfr Re
publican friends the propriety of imita
ting the Copperheads iu one thing. Be
sure to go to the election, and see that
every Republican in your tonnship,
ward, or voting precinct does tho same
thing. And whether the day be fair
or foul, by all means, lot provision be
made for eouveyiug the feeble ami dis
abled to tho pulls.
A full vote is a sure Republican vic
tory, livery Democrat goes to the
election, rain or shine, whether they
anticipate v ieiory or defeat ; while many
Republicans, relying ou the justice cf
our cause, ami the large majorities
which we have iu many counties and
districts, are careless. Such tactics may
lose us the State.
To the staunch Union men of
WASHINGTON: You are the
skirmish line of the urand ar-
my of Freedom, and have to
contend against greater num
bers. I Jut take every honor
able advantage, and do your
very best. Skirmishers have
before now beaten a regular line
of battle. You at least can hold
your own. Will you do it'.
If the Constitutional Amendment is
adopted, as we believe it will be, you
won't hear anything more about negro
sull rage; but you will ree our Demo
cratic friends trying to pull up a regro
to the ballot-box and get him lo vole
the Democratic ticket. Wo have no
doubt they will chase down the negro
with just as much solicitude for his
votes as they will the vv Into man. Let
us do this tiling as an act of justice and
right We tell you, you will never re
gret that act as long as ycu live.
For Prosecuting Attorney.
It is notorious that under the present
Copperhead administration of our
county affairs, thero is no economy
practiced. Costs are accumulated
against the county unnecessarily. The
Public Prosecutor should have at least
some knowledge of law and some re
gard for the interests of tax-payers.
The present Prosecating Attorney and
Copperhead candidate for re-election,
A. B. Liudsay, has neither. We ask
the fanners, tax-payers and law-abiding,
order-loving citizens, of whatever party,
to volo for Major Jons M. Lemmos,
Republican caudidate for Prosecuting
Attorney, if they wish to work a reform
in this direction.
"Few but True" Republicans
of WOODVILLE ! We ex
pect that your '100 Votes of
last fall will be increased at
least a Baker's dozen this fall.
Co for (hem, and you will fetch
even Woodville before long.
For County Surveyor.
Voto for a straight-out Republican
and a competent practical Surveyor,
each as Cyrus Tho.mi'son is. Jeremiah
Evans, the present Couuty Surveyor,
who used to profess Republicanism, ac
cepted the bribe of a nomination from
the Copperheads and turned his coat
He is tho nominal Surveyor now, but
even a Democratic Board of Commis
sioners hire other Surveyors to do his
woik. Clearly, it is the inteiest of
people who pay taxes to vote for men
who are competent to do tho work re
quired of them. Vote for CvKl'S
Thompson for County Surveyor.
... ...... ...ir
The Belmont Viiouvlr says: In a
conversation with Gen. Logan, while
here, we asked hiiu where Douglas, if
living, would be to-day, politically.
"!Ie would be the ie tder of the Radi
cal party, sir,'' said the gallant Logan.
Of all Douglas's friends, Gen. Logan
was perhaps the most trusted, and
Douglas nieti would do well to remem
Republicans ofSCOTT! You
are expected io do as well this
fall as you did last spring. Yon !
jiaye the true grit, and canj ifi
you work, give 20 or more;
Viiion majority, i'ttlly fur ScU. i
' . . !
Stop and Think When ileatis'.ocraiic
A,,ai,,r iay',lf s -ro-' in 10 taliC Jri,ik ;'h
him :i!"l iatl; strftH to ymi, s'.f p nt.tl thir.k
w-h'-tli i r tic I ;.s i--.t r il.un- ir I ftore vhn he
haf nut you nn tlii 'rnt or iitn von havp
ralhd tt his flfio?. Ufiliasarrry dU o'd
t gi iml now-
VOICE FROM AN IRISHMAN.
A SIGNIFICANT ARTICLE.
A SIGNIFICANT ARTICLE. For Impartial Suffrage--Yes.
[From the Irish Republic]
The IfOjirril may chant;!! his hoots, but
man must leikl on lo his darling r . juilices.
It. set las to he C'liit' iwy to hint an nuttiro to
throw ell its i. arrow bigotry, mid a-ray it-elf
in tin: heavenly robes of liberality. The
fi et st peepto on t-jirlh hnv their prejudices
and illil.ernlij.iiis, and tdwHys find it irnpos
niblo I" ) t'.e mot"b ia their own eyes. It
K ilu teioie, hard lo fi el i veil an individual
who tins not some tf the drpps of bigotry in
his nature, as r:ot of the lsius -of the
faib 'is visaing l ho ehihlier'."
The wo;l.J is iiinviii. l.owevi r. There
lies be -n a general saiasb'ng up of "dead
empires" withi'i the list, Feven years. Pre
vious to that time, feu- millions of niep, here
in free America, wa:e 1 gal zd chattels.
Slavery ws so. institution ovr Ths
sartedoes the iwitj of the IViiMitntioii was
thrown, ard to eittfr "ts forbid !en rrr-iuntl,
unites with kU'HH iff the feet d with l.V-d
bren'h and reyeren inl aiv, was okath.
Who th I luis- witnessed the ciiiinc'pAlion
of 4,(10(1, 1100 of men will Ht--p ir of the nlti
iii3tt triumtih of freetl-.m ovt-r de-roti.-m the
wot hi over; It reii.edea for the country that
Miusljeii tiK irlett rs to com; lete Ihrt wotK,
ar-d niak.- the slave of yfsttj,iuy a freotrian
ii.deed. it in u-eJess for nun to ev:.de the
iubieel of in i'-:i-l iidf dffe by -ophislry
us?ln 1 1 trill op th:'t tyrtnt' plea attaint'
Kiv;n ie"i! Hiur Irted iti!, "that lliey aie
no' c.- p iM of nsiiif; th.'ir foiedoin judicious
It." J'I'i e men who have the souls for licht.
ini; and dyiut; fir freedom cut be sa'oly
trusted unh the sunph! r,rivi!eo of the oil
lot. rl"li.- i.trtv' v. ho would oepiive llir
b:;ul'. an:! o! hiv fu'i tieh's t) 'ecj'i.T'ity I.e.
f.iii'. the t.:.v,-' u-,.iiid also tie! riw vvhi ii.en
of thi s- t-riue iiu'hl, di ! (he opportunity of
fer, or t'.c.r e!iihrie4 reijiiiiM them t- do
so. Me apjeil to our count ry men who,
having escaped ftoio a system of Nl.wery
fully t s h-. l as that which w.'.s washed out
in the b'o. d of it supporleis in America, to
rise aiiovo : 1! petty prrpnlices, and tlve
their voices and votes to secure the lights of
the persrctoetl. .Shall we, rountrynien, lite
tut! flnpti ie'-t.e.l itiirinors wlto. having been
flu i g ujK ii the rocks bty. ud the re-ch ofthe
angry sen, fling back ail o'heis who seek to
eseape from death; or shall we. b in? safe
cut-selves, txterd a charitable htn-l to all
8uffrers, and we'eotne them to that rc'tiee
to which we we e welc-imed ourselves by
othersr i he eyet or the nation are on ns.
Our duty to America demands tba having
reetived all the grand privileges to which
ci':z 'r s aie eu'i'lerf, we should not be the
se!f''i irgrates that would deny to others
whnt we (b-niat d for ouiselves. Give the
black innn lilerty without tVe t.nllot he is
ill a slave and 1 b ily will not suff'r
the'etty. Having e-capud bom slavery, he
wt 1 know now to svo.p.ith'z wf n slrusr
gli' g : ations; and when the time comes that
Ireland feeis abl to s'.rike for her indercu-
d nee. every black vo'criu Atner ci will cat
his t al o' ior fieedom aa'iist tyranny. The
only oiiiecvon Ml't.d by the oneuues or
tttiivcts.il liberly against he blsck n'.ati's
right to tie titilot, is his ignorance that,
having tscatied f o il a s'hycry whete all
aveiut' S of inlelligneee Wete r l'gions y fhut
out trout Ins daikeneu soul he is not at lo
use the ballot. Tint er.at trouble is, that
were he admitted t full clliz' nship i c would
nse the ballot against his enemies and the
enemies of 1 batty. The English Gnveru-
tr.ent f i high in their rt u trd fot c niserva
t:ve c iviliisalioii prohibit the ballot and the
use el arms by the i'sh people. 1 hey say
give thrsn iguorant Ir'sh aro s, and they will
ki 1 each oll-eil Oive them tie! l-nilot. and
they will not u.ie it judiciously! The Irish
ptopli! w. ul I use lint ballot and bullet
rgnii.s', tie tyrant-" lo huve robbeo and
tuiirdt'ted them, mil thistle tyrants know
Wl i'e j etui uis miles long, and monster talk-meeting-,
are legal ami fostered by this
same t.oven-.met in lielaiio, nu n ate incar
cerated i i Hiitish dungeons for. '-iiai l-.rhig
gun cp- in their vttit pocke's." As for the
ballot; the Irith cannot li trus'ial with it
they are to ignorant. Oil, countrymen,
how blindly aiii criminally rave we not r.p
p"i"d this Kng'i.h ;eguiie-.t tigaitist thn
bl ick loan! Why .sLmild we be afiai ) to
give His injured and retsectped rac the
r ght to protect Ihenidtives the ballot
when the great iutolligeui'.i ot Anietica is
il "i afrsid? Awav wi'.h those narrow cx
cus'."-. 1 hny are too ilimsy to hidt tie rerl
motive, which is adtrouablu and unaccount-
ab'e vr juaice.
We must vo'e for impartial suffrage, or
s'ull lfy ouisdvcs. In the nanio of Irelaad,
wloch I as never brcn fclea to I herty, we
tippeal tithe Iiish voters of America lo act
as bec nui s iron who arc tockifg to res ore
(heir country 's lost liberty. ' he Irish race
iu Ireland have b?en always true to prin
ciple, and one of the grai;de-t acts in the life
of O'CV.r-ell was h s iefusal t touch the
mon!y ciiued from the tears of tho slave
I we desire the s( mpsthy of Aniet ica foi the
cai.S3 ol IreiaDU, we must not lia. niggardly
in messurii g out to othrs what we want
While thus appea'iiitf, iu a selli-h and ia
ton sled point of vievr, to our peopte, we
would have them tnke tseir stand lor lihcrly
on higher grounds thru self, and th:-it is, ini-
m irtal prineip'o Let our pooj lo liirg df
the sras (l liigotrv. and cierlfrc tiirit all
innn ateentit'ed to ' life, librriy, and hap.i-
tiesH. Jot them go to toe polls, not only lo
Ohio, but in tv i f St'ste iu the ITision, and
vole fur Impartial Sulfrnge Ves!
"Old Guard" of YORK! Are
you good for an even 200 Re
publican majority? If not,
why not? You must make
your influence felt to the ex
tremes of the County. The
larger your majority, the move
hope and courage inspire the
Union men of close townships.
The Last Appeal.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, SEPT. 30th, 1867.
2b the liepuhlkms of 0hU:
Hut ft w days i.ow lemaiu in which to
work, and thiy aliou'd be most industrious
ly employed Vnit your neighbor! Clear
away hisdoub's, and exhort him to do hii
whole duty at tho poils! Shovv him that
every Republican should vote not only lhe
tick' t but fo- the r mt udu ont, because it Is
right, because il is a p.ar!y measure, and be-eat-w
its rdoplioit will be the most crushing
defeat evtr admit: itered to the dlsloval,
proscrip'.ivo iulicy of our en: mles.
Hetuemher that vnril lickct i.il into tlie
tiiilct-i'cx uUltnut lhe icurd.i 'CoHtlUuliuiud
AmctHtiitezt i'e, "thereon, la u vote aiainat
Unit unnsnre, and
Ev ry vet'! against the amendment will
gbdilen the heait of Andrew Johnson!
Will encourjge unrepentant rebels 'o con
tinee their hostility to the L'nio:i!
Will aid the Vf llandighani paity to a par
W til impede Ice Congressional plan of le-
If your iie:ghboi-h.ts a doubt about tin
propriety of the amendment, toge him to
ijive lii.j iirt; lhe bene tit nf that dmiht, and
ot throw it iu tavor ot his hi't rest enein-
in imi ivn'tix u'ilh rcttrf.-i on tliis ii.icstiuii
The Democrats have not the ghost of a
chance for their t:cket, nor the Legislature,
nn.'l itit the iiit-Jivitum ore tluil ilini are mih-Ii
dUciiuniiJnl '.' Th ir efforts are th" last des
pairing tffotts ot a failing party! Their oa-
h) Jwie is in the defisat cf tie amgndmext by
Uni"u vot'S, wirch they will p-.rade as a
greit liinmph for their pai 'y.
Jt no are tut ittutnl wo can carry the
amendment by a Iri;:d-vme r-i:.j '.-itv. and
thus fix !h" p.di'ical status of Ohio for yctr,
in the irntit rank o! Jovnl at-ios.
Jf we ciny it we lenv va from p l tical
di-cuiisions an pgiiaiing question which
WMrt t'Sfettle.il, aid thf 'onnfr it ts si'ttUU
r ght the better for tHe wilfare ' f the na
Ca-rv it and avo do i is iee to a patient.
lotig-sittt'eting and patriotic rare!
rry it and K qitttn-ftMs .vrri iota
South Hie most crusliinj Wn since the surren
iUr of i.ee at AponiU s!
It V fcto, the resti t wilt be lvirsda 1 by
c v. rv enemy of the Ameticau ove-nirerit
and the Aaie l. u'i prircild : as til :r vu t:-v.
l Hi : rent result uftht icar Ktlibe w.'jac
Vr-jc U-est n,-itii...is irju jt-v vwln:ii!,l
iiciiihljut ! Kxho "i hito io s :t: d fast to his
great principle of jus ic-, to go Mith the par
ly ol tuio p!o:;res, d wc gain a rictory
tint will insure tis a lasting. r.,ie.
iiy o u.-r of the sj-av K"citive C eutnit-
B. R. COWEN, Chairman.
For County Recorder.
'tn c- "n'f:E 1,:!l,v"' i
f..r t't.rtiity iu-coitii-r. lid is n yf'imj ;
Vote vr .1. C. XJvr.oE, of Ballville. !
.1 i.tlUi.-itiri!) fuul niiiural i
uliiitlos, unit w'til i.inke fin ovcih-iit
Uejiublifaiis?, iio lo the
Pol! early m-xt Titt-stlay.
IW A full Republican vote
will give us a triumph.
'I ho issues of the campaign may le
staled thus; Whether the war was
right ; whether the negro is a man and
whether ve ought to pay our honest
debts. The Union party in the affirma
tive, the Democracy iu the negative,
C'tn there be any doubt as to tho result!
The Boston CuiMunuvealth says "the
Il'tiper story about the "Haunted House n
Watjriown" is a scan lallious libel. "The
house was formerly th5 residence of lien.
ti.enville T. Winthrop, who died of paraly
sis some litioen years since in Cambiidge,
The house is near the dishing estate, on lhe
Wulei town r.ud, and is now owned by ilr.
I'dV'oii. who has h,on so troubled with viti
lors win. have rt-a I the sidy ttory, that he
has b"on c nutelled to close lhe gates, and
fnrbid ths public Iu enter the precincts. .The
who'e story is a pure (ictioa from beginning
to end. -wiling out of a garrulous old wo
man ; and to ihoe who were acquainted
with O-'n. Wi'ithron it is unneeessarv to am
lhat;ii!! to the last preserved in himself all the
ao i ioie rcjin.Mn s mat go to njak up a jwr
ftctg.iilem.fi." The Winthrop family are
sa'u io oh union annoyed by the ghosl
The Republican, party apnoiU to the no
lo : fei li tgs oi our uHure, the IDjmocralic
i itly m c'-:s to arouse our preju lic. Ite-
puh l-.in -ahfiN discus the glorious piiu.
ii i ui g -re viianty to Hie Ilech.rattoii
of In jep -iid uce and proclaim equal rights
to all men; Democratic speakers adopt the
waifate Of deniiigcgues and seek l:: enkind
,v.. I. ...! 1 1 ... .
u v ton. vt, it ,i iin-'or aiiimosiues in tee
minds of their hearers. The oic is the pt.r
ty of life and p -ogres, the otln-r of run.
(ervair in and de.-sy. The one ret Ls to em
larg cur views, elevate our f. elings and call
into I'xcrcise ih3 most generous impulses of
humanity, the other narrowly confines itself
to the old lines of iu party aid contiaually
looks backward and sighs for the good old
times of the past, inslead of working out
more gloiious fultre. Young men thould
carefully poudtr these cliffererces when
they choose the party under which they will
If Yoc Vots fiir the Copperhead
ticket, don't whine if you have to pay
big fees in your civil suits. The man
that can travel ?()) miles iu one day
in Scott township and earn 255 W8 in
Sheriff fees, w ill earn a big fee in vour
The Atlantic SIo.ntui.t. for October, con
tains -he following : The (Juaidian Awgel
Part X ; by O'iver Wendell Holmes. Theini
stoclcj ; a pomi, by William Everett. Ben.
Johuson ; a biographical and critical sketch
by tho essayist, E. V. Whipple. Unchari
tabieness. The Rose Rollins; the first sec
tion of a story of New England seaport life,
by Alice Oary. . International Copyiight; a
vigorous ami unanswerable plea for the pro
tection of authois, and thus for the best in
terests of literature, by James l'arton. The
Flight of the Goddess ; a poem by T. B
Aldrich. The Throne of the Golden Foot:
by J. VV. Palmer. The Autobiography cf a
Quack; Fart I. Writings of T. Adolphus
I roilope ; by 11. 1. icckeinian. A Na
tive of Uornoo : a sketch of a colored ling
uist iouuti in ooutn Carolina ; by a Mass
achtinetts officer. By-Wavs of it rone
from Feribiguati lo Motitsirat ; by 15ay-
uii xuyior. A;nner opeaKlog ; oy Ciiwaru
Everett Hale, author of "A iltn Without a
Country," 'How ilr. Frye would have
l'reachtd It," etc. Reviews and Lilerarv
Xoticts. Messrs. Ticknor it Fields, I'ub-
ZW Let Union men make
it a point to have a full vote.
. . . .
A dispatch from Copenhagen says:
The United States European Squadron, Ad
miral Farragut, is still lying in this harbor.
A superb entertainment was given, yester
day, at the royal palace, in honor of Admiral
Farragut and the American Minister, Yea
mau, by the Kings of Denmark and Greece,
SpiMChes of welcome to the distinguished
guests were made by both sovereigns.and res
pond d to in a fitting manlier. King George
of Greece, in hii remarks alluded to thejac.
tion of the Ameiiccn Congress iu reference
lo Cretau affairs, and expressed hii grateful
acknowlrlgmeut fir the sympathy shown by
that body for the suH'ering Christians of the
Island of Candia, iu the resolution passed
at the recent session. The gieitest friend
ship toward the United States was exhibited
by all present, among whom were the most
noted men of the kingdom.
Are lhe Republicans of Sandusky
Couuty wide awake to the peril of the
hour, and thoroughly organized ? If
not, attend to that without delay. Poll
every township. Every voter must be
brought out. The Union man who
stays at home contributes to tho elec
tion of Vallandigham to tho United
States Senate. In tho event of the
election of a Democratic Legislature,
this traitor will without doubt succeed
Ben WaJe. For this the Democracy
are putting forth their biggest efforts.
You can preveut such a disgrace to
Ohio. Will you do it?
Reports regarding the corn and po
tato crops in many pirls of Ohio are s'ill
more discouraging. Fat iners are selling otf
their stock as fast a) possible. Water i
very scarce, and, in many places rattle have
to be driven a long distataia for water. Far
mers in southern Ohio are not feeding hogs
for the market to any tjteut and no con
tracts are nude except for early delivery.
The New Orleans election, which
lasted two days, has passed off quietly.
Officii returns from the Fourth Municipality
are not yet in. It is feared the vote is not
large enough to be valid,. The white vote i
about on-to)ith of the whole vote cas'. The
number of voles polled is estimated at 12,
000 ; there w ere :M.(MlO voters registered.
Who declared that the war for ths preser
vation of the Uniou was "inTcuastitutional,"
and said that "the Hungarians had less
cause of comp'a nt against. Austiia than the
against the .North." Allen G. Thur
linn, Democratic candidate for Governor of
Judge Underwood and the District
Attorney are at Washington in consultation
with Attorney Ueneral Stanbery relative to
the trial of Davis. The Judge and Pis.
trict At'oney express the opinion that the
testimony will lie sufficient tncoavict Davis,
If lhe trial is a'lowed to go o i. Tho bonds
man of Davis sty that he is anxious to go
through a regultr trial, and will be on hand
when w in'ed.
Wl o was at the he d of the Knights of
the GoMi'U Circle, organized t resist the
draft, release tho rebel prisoners, murdjr the
loyal Conor i :-, and inaugurate civil war in
Mm ill? t. b in nt L. V allandigham, theu
I'eni e.iiiti Ci a lidale 'or Governor of Ohio,
d now can bdatj for Senator ia Congress
A party of two huudred and tifty,
en, woir.r u and children, purpose to leave
lJXt n next month to tetUn on the Kickapoo
reservation i i Ki' st.s,
Vli" tlfiii.itncotl ti.e sotiiicrs as tSc ''hire-
' t.( tit.- :iiti .-in," th'cvcs, rot V:s snil
c.mii,-i ' ."....,.(-..t i,. VHlltindigh.m, a I
ItQ,,-.,,,!-.-:!, tL n.-sr asks.lWia .Mters to!
virfo for men who w.l! "legislate him into
'Cong e s "
titc-rlinj 1'rice, l..to Cntmrtil in the
Kil ftt-mv, and fur ll.c last s'x mimlhs do
iti l.u-lni u hi St. L inl", is d.'njorously ill
ami wi 1 nut jiiiiluUly reeovrr.
Summary of the Week's News
General Sehofield, in command ofthe
First Military Disliic, ttili continues very
ill with bilious fever at Fortn. Monroe.
The people of Louisville, Cincinnati,
St. Louis and other western cities are con
tributing libcra'Iy for (he relief of the des
titution slid distress at Xew Orleans.
The Fenians are in luck once more.
Undo Samuel has re-delivered lo them (he
war material soizd on the Canadian border
The tone of the National IntelUgeu
cr, the President's special Washington or
gan, indicates that the impeachment of the
President will be lesisted by force.
1 ho drought in Central lllinoisis ter
rible. A' early all the wells and cisterns in
Springfield rm failing, and in the country
there is not one well in teu that is rot dry.
A man in Conn, has cleared his house
of rats by catching ot e and dipping it in
red jaiut. He then let him Ihkp, ar.d the
other rats left, disgusted with hig appear
ance. Last Friday night the house of Gen.
Gatfield, at Hiram, Ohio, was entered by a
burglar. The General's nio'lior, a woman of
seventy, arose, seized a revolver, and dm
the scourdrel out.
The Judges of the Supreme Court of
Georgia have dfclaicJ in ft,vorof reconstruc
tion under the military bills, on lhe ground
of necessity and expend iency.
The Canadians are finding that their
plan of havirg seeral days for election
works badly, rs it enciuntgcs bribery and ail
kinds of tampering wi h voters. They are
cnxions ti adopt the American s st-m of
having hut e day's poll.
It is said the Italian Government has
offered to scad Gtribahii to his homi at
Caprera, or relievo h:m of all restraint, if he
will give his parole not to eDgage in further
hostilities against the Roman States.
The bark Board of Trade, of Chica
go, recently made the rouud trip from Chica
go to Buffalo and return, iu twelve day and
fourteen bonis The Repsblicm says it is
the quickest t ip ever n:rd.
A Democratic caucus in Eastern
Pennsylvania demanded of the Conve ition
that it should lun a soldier lor a certain
CJunty office. The proposition was favor
ably recaived, but ou iuqeiry, eo D-niocia-tic
soldier couH be found in the county.
Two men entered the cars of the
Ohio and Mississippi Kailrcad at Seymour,
lad , on Saturday Light, and entering the
Adams' Express cur, secured the messenger
and robbed the safe of abjut $10. (Kill. The
The drought is so excessive at He
public (hat every well in the place save one
is dty. At MonroeviHe drinking water sells
at the rats of live cents per bucket ; a land
lord of the hotel is paying thit price.
When the Rev. Dr. Patton went to
Chicago ten years ago, his church ws in
debt $25,000. It has now cleared off (h
debt, and, since his settlement, has raised
$55,IMI for parish purpose! and $90 030 lor
benevolence. The membership at the time
of his settlement was lll.'t; now it is alill.
George Francis Train's diuner. speech
es in London, whxh used lo be reproduced
at such length in this country, were deliver
ed lo a dozen boon companions in a chop
house down the Sir ud. His later Ameri
can "speeches" sre delivered to the printers
It is the general opinion in the
Shenandoah Val'ey that 1'resiuent Johns n
is preparing for some despera'e measure, s
an ex-Confederate General has been mixing
with the rebe's in that section, and discuss
ing plans of oigani.ltion iu certain po-s-ble
A letter from New Orleans says that
General Mower, iu his first order in assum
ing command of the ;V.u Military District,
continues in force all orders of Sheridan and
Griffin, siii adds that loyal men are sati-fi.'d,
and that he will carry out the policy inau
gurated by his predectsiovs.
Governor Swann applied trt Secre
tary Stanton for artillery to be f finished to
the Maryland militia. Ile refused. The
Governor renewed his application to Gener
al Grant, and be refused. Governor Swann
has now purchase I artillery for the Balti
more companies, all of which are command
ed by rebel officers. When these Balti
more guns tire they will awaken an echo
from the Iforth louder than did the guns 6t
17 ARM FOR SALE. The subscri
JL br tTnri for sil 106 er8 of land lying io
Kiley Towruhip. ncur Bell'd Saw Mill, iu b;c 29,
north part of tho Weiker tract, about 23 acrvs clr.
ea.tue retxod timtMred land A loir hoa-e n i
email orchard on it, 3 miles frcm Fremont. Price
and terms reasooab e.
Alo. cn? town lot.lyinaf in the citv tf FrHnr;nt.
Imnireot' P. Boormau or Mr. Hime. near Depot; for
inrinr lrtormaiion tnquiruor io i-uri-tdnbf r,
Bllevu?, O., Sept 67. JOHN OR WIG. At.
A GENTS WANTED. No Soui
X. JVoWter, .So Slop lans Cleaning Polish.
i oib t a new and most excellent article patented
by Mr. Charles M. Brown. It will be nnt7t'rsall?
need, for it ij more effectual than Ine o'd sj sm of
leaning Windows, Mirror, 6 old, Si.'yer Plated
Wa e, Brass, Copper, Tin, JHc is easily appli-sd,
iqu Nres ooiq nine, laror ana annoyusca. f ar
chasers mast bs care'ul as a spurious article is in
the iurkst For fall particulars, addr-ss C. M.
rjrown,ra.Diee ana rropneio. wo. 74 nieecner St.
New York. 40m6 J.i
To be Drawn at Covington,
Class T, Oct. 16th,
Class S, Oct. 31st,
1 pri of $50,009
1 priM of S.IWO.
1 pne of $20.0C0.
1 uffe of 7.0110.
63 prisea of
9 prize, of
9 pruea of
tt pn?s of
155 prizeR of
Ml pr z cf
PRIZES AMOU.NTIMi TO $330 650.
32,000 AUMBEKS AAD 788 PRIZES.
Tickets Sli, Ualvex t, tfiinrtcrs 13.
PLAV OF THE LOTTERY. The nmU. fr.lm l
t!:! CiUl. nrinteil nn i.u.dI. .?i .. nr .
citeted with amall tin luo.-., aud placed io oue
wurrt. iiw pria, oi wdi"q more are 7as, TArvins.
U:e, from I5i),000 to 51, me imiiar:y printed
v...r..D,.FCUWiwmiI mu uiaoeu iq auoiuer
wheel. The wheela are then reroled, and a oamti- 9
tturavu inim ine wnei oi !MH, ed at the
Birr.e time a prize is drawa from th? i.lher wheel,
i -. j x .7 1 vu miv vpKueu inn ex
hibited to the kuuieuca, nai reg-'stered, the prize
"ciu itiiw-j egHiuBb tne Domoer orawo. Tr-ie op.
(ra'iou ii repeated until all the pr?a are drawn
t rThe bore MKi,i .cea SinjIe-Xnmt-er Lot-
t.trv tfill h rii.vu In ..nil. 1. f-l . .' .
... . ,u v v'tu.'-u, at , I.J
Surn ComiiiisKianera, at o'clock P St.. at tlia cor
or ronnu anl Scott S. The Keotucsy State
Lotteries are oo Gift Enterpmen, bat r sorsibtc
MriDoj Lotteriee, that havj b en caa.incted for the
past thirty years, and are diawn under the authori.
..vu. mr u.a.., muu uuui.ii are iven
1he pttjtneot of all prins The crawiczs are
published in the New York Herald aid Cioo?nnati
Tl.. .k.. c.t.A.. Ill l... A ...
-- 1 . o o.dv.uv uf m..a iuh utiuuie ana
Uit of ech m)nth dorian 186 r aail I818.
yt'M.jn nui i.ti.ier:ca ui.'iw.o7 cany sent oy?p.
nlicatir.n to the Vi.n.ere. Addre.41 itll n.l.r. r.-
icketsto MURRAY, K JIy CO .
'Y AliTE D A( 1 EMS FOR
Woman's Work iut lie tiil War.
ii.t-e'oned n1 apn-ored as Standsrd Work. I.y
i'-nrilian ani Sai-itai-r C.-imniini-titi j: t;o ptire.,
brsntil'utli llimtra eri. w;ih lioe st ei portrait and
rnafrsrnKi. A nob't-b'-if k on a n.ih e ttien'e. Soils
miii' Iv. .n e uir,e, t ne n -r .s: .-Thihwuk
ahi.UK-li-.Mt-'nHi--..-l joy a 4b!esil.zto foturs
tim.-a. !t il-v l-inui rt- t-'ii-iii p.iwtr in wjntan; a
jliatf inch rib'.tlilty i; if ''
I. .i i-s. Tmeri-rs, Circi-i-n, v.tuii? M-o mid i'X-perii-ii.'.
,t ts.B ii tvurt-t I.. t,''nva..-t rr t.e work.
Agtnrsnoir ena;t 1 ari ctn-t iz f it1 per niontb.
ForCitculars, Terms, ft;., n-iilif :s
zsir,t,si. Mcr rtT t o..
CiwlO. U7 4th street. Cinciunsti, O.
TTmii''fi' An tho 2t5th th'iv
1 S-epteiiibf'r, Wl, rr.v wife, K-J1"1
niMn, left mr bonis without Cio,thrs.or. i or-
Z L CROSS
Silver & Plain. Ware.
rrticnUr Rtr.i. u pai-! t. t9iric t t watrhM.
Gilt, Rose Wood and ,Rustic
at rvbfltK'iIean-l retail.
IP -L M 23 JS
fsfa'l description ruade to order.
Engravings, Lithographs audi
of ait nuu at. I rwfctiM roun'iMitly on hand
No. 2, Bucklaud'3 Block,
riwm, Or?iM. Ji-1. -Ifoi ii. I. -ni. in in.! Krmrii
rcnrtli -i.n, UaiUm, FintM, Violin and all :
Uia ii cf itmsicV inert hMli. - 1
l'.'.iifl, Ori-ai:i',.Vtl tlfocsan.t Accorileoni repair
ed ar d whrrtr.tt d sstj
lo. 2 Kueklaistfs Hiock,
Wholesale & Retail Sales Depot!
PIANOS, ORGANS AND
Oi the first iiaWty only. All th KUadard inntru
taf tile furuisiied to oxCer at lowest pctibic rates.
Grct Muicl Eiciti iii-nt, ml AinericacGeoias
Trtunijhaut New Invtut'on. The Ctlbratd
onp f -anoiTcltfii to the fineet iQ Amarlm, now
htnriltt the musical world by iatrodueicg new Vox
Kamaca & Celeste Stups. f rodtjcing tli ncpwrb ef
f etft. fxcl)ir(r ib finet pipe Organ toom and
eqaal?r g the clearest yooil t tt it8 ol Bariiiior I'arpp j
Cross and Thomson
Now on exhibiiiou, Hie r.!odid
PHELPS & GOODMAN
Organs and Melodeons,
trom N-t- York. (t!L.ut in-tl(. and celebrated for
F'lritjrcf tone and m.jeiitjr of Tolnme wonierfullj
Cross & Thomson, Sole Agis.
n e tv m-ii . . .
" 11 I L P 0 T 1 - & CAMPS
SCrtRB BOSE WOOD
Organs k Melodeons,
txtjuitiiia in (ityV.nil ton, KMbaiitial ia finish,
and r.ld at l;wvr thin ths l-.nst r.ite e'awhere.
Cro?s & Thomson, Sole .Agts.
W hre the finest f ciiirV to faroi-tii al! irnru
nvMis in is and .v!joinirg cun'iti, soling at
ciie5n?r affi n 1 Rir.ig tttTo' At;srnctin than eaa
l Lford'd hy any ollnr t eier in tlj?n prt of the
Stat. A!l ins runin w;rr.t-rj tor HTn years.
Pianos pftlihstimkerH to oriier. Splendid
Piltids u UlLd all i c-jiuir
Musical In-tiuoi-ntH of all kinds repnired and kept
ia ordt-r 'r't:ctpm at i
COM P ET ITI Of DEF 1 ED.
Call on us before purchasing elftwh're. 38tf.
riiflK nnVrsicnodt.ik-s p'ewj.-oin anncuacingto
X tie pabl:c, thit he Das estabHlied a
"RE AX. ESTATE AGENCY,"
At the Library Kooma in Buclsiacd' new B'cel
At! persons taring houses r.rlsu.is to rent or sell,
will .'n weil to leave tt.HCripiinn end term. Thoee
t'eMrinirtii parshaee or lttaelAiitisordwet'iii?-t. wilt
pla "all. Pr icptat ection giren to all kinds ol
P'remout. June 17, 1S37. '.Mm.
ITCH! ITCH!! ITCH 1 1 1
SCliATCH! SCXtATCH!! S0KATCH!!l
i. from 10 to 4a uotaa
Wh:atonB Ointrapnt cotpx the Itr-h. i
Wheatcn a Ointment curer Suit Khf um.
Wheaton's Ointment cures Tetter.
Wheaton's Ointment carea Barren. Itch.
Wheaon's Ointment eurea Oid San s.
Wheat na Ointment cuns eryry kind cf Humor
T t' oftrent a hnx; by mail 4- ceuta. Address
WEEKS A POTTER iVj. l:o W.nhington stwet,
- For sile by all druggists. Zfr-jl. a.-.
ixxilttx, llODCSOLO (Do.
WUOLES ALK AND JiKTAJL DEALERS IN
Leather & Findings,
FURS & ROBES, GENTS' GLOVES,
Custom Boots & Shoes
Matle toonler, and repniring done on short notico. Our Fall ami Winter stock
is now complete, ami thanking tlie public, for past patronage
we invite an insjtection hy all.
NO. 4 BUCKLAND'S OLD BLOCK.
HATS k CAPS,
EMPORIUM OF MUSIC.
Pianos, Organs, Melodeoss
WOCLO My to th eltizaiu 0f fremoot and tho
pnhlie gnrlly, that ho hujail rocoiTod
A SPLEXDID 8T0CE 0
Pianos, Organs & Meladeons,
From tlio brat tod moat oelebntod auk era, which
h will Mil al grontlj reduced prcea. Alio
Piano Covers, Stools, Sheet
Musio, las traction Books,
tlT A3 LOW AS TUB LOWSgT. Jf
Toning and Repairing to order.
Rooms over the Jewelry Btore where
ho will ho pleased to see all who may
IF YOU WISH FOR AS
For ! mono; than jroa can get it .1 new here
3- GO TO LEPPELMAU'S
NEW MUSIC R00MS.X
A DURABLE PIANO
COVER OR STOOL, OR ANY
THING ELSE IN THE MUSICAL
LINE, GO TO LEPPELMAN'S
NEW MUSIC ROOM
OVER THE JEWELRY STORE
$ PiA03 to let, si I.DMlma Emoorium f
Mu.ie Kooma. over iheJevetre Store. Piaooetvaed
aodrepJredbT experienced and aaltlful wort men.
!0nT 'im 4t 1-IP'"' Jwlry Moaic
Ntiwamiply of Crockery end Slanaware at Wars
woKia'a. IS com prises the (nest tea setts, dinner
setts, chamber aetta. Ac, that bar, erer been
brought to this market.
n-l li nitoM Olassware, of th latest and most
beaotif ul patterns aad a full
of the chea;est wares, foreommoa in, at the lows,
Dtn't go to Cteielaod to buy yoor sue tab!
wsrej. you can get them cheaper of W ADawoan.
WiuswoarB has the best stock of
that can be found la town and sella than below eom-
nf the finest patterns and ia great Tariety, aad tha
beat in tha city.
Pictures neatly Framed.
fc riK v .7 ,' 7. , '.r . j : '.ye5seas!IS?ri.rJ
feS!SU tusjbsi Jie..
A compute vwfltut ; CAP, LLTTEH ASH
ToTncs White I.eid;
111 PWs L'.cjted I'll;
i; Bbta LubrieatloirOil;
0-jo bi Oo'.u?e4 Paint;
tWOlbi yn. h-d
COMMERCIAL KOTB PAP It, tUfMLOtMS
-a j j-. a;., e.
lroo lbs Freneh Ochre; l01bsCorseiaa:
- lOUOltaSalitottA; K0 lbs Blue iti.t:
100 lb. Sngir !,-(! - 100 lbs Indtgn;
.Vidhsxra tvind-jwrxnal bet) lbs Camwood ; -
c.e3.1ra Lamp Chimneys; KAIhaKit. Ufwood;
l.'riOlbj) Madder; M dniea Fawili Uy.St