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TER MS 0FA0 V E ft TS I N G TUE WYANDOT PIONEEIt ' . 1 - If IrUBLISIIED EVERT THURSDAY MORN1XO.' Per year, In advance If not paid In advance; Six months. a oo a so l oo 60 Three month. ! V- 'J Hay Advertisement lit Special Notice column, or leaded, lu double column r rule nd tigUTe work, off per cent driiUonal. x 'i. AlUeirl advertisements wtil be charged to the per on.orderin'g'th.em. " " Marriage and Death notices Inserted free i Co. G3ED STtkMSlsf "X1 or THE January 1, 1SG6. '"' ' : 'dash Assets, $4,067 .4.rr 60 Liabilities,; ... . .244,321 .43 Net Aweta,.......;....;. 3,b23,0G4 37 THIS . VETEBAK" ;OP , 'ib,opo;'Fmfis1' , STILL HARD AT W O.R K ! By an efficient organisation of 4,000 practi cal Underwriters, from Nova Scotia to Californ ia! a lid Lake . Superior, .Mexico .and the Gulf, harmonising the science of average' ith com- Ixnaating rates to the advancement of the pub io welfare. FLATTERING TESTIMONIALS p. - - y r- n" - JgTNA JNSURAKCE QOMPANY, . .:) won rim . .. . .- -. INSURANCEEPARTMENT. .- .... or m1i - 3A .. Insurance Commissioner to the '' Legislature r 'Jhe iltn a Tnsuranco Company ,ol Hartfortf, one of the most successful Fire Insurance Com panies of this or any otler country." ' "Connectict Companies follow the rules and practices of the JEtna nlmost as careCeMy as if they were embodied in etatute law.' " ' "'" .;-. '1 .... f. Again, pointinJTto errors of; practice in New York Companies, the tnne nceessfnl nian agetnent and solid rules, are sailed to their at tention thus: !?.:!! :U ; ; i ' . "It atill remains, more a matter of wonder than imitation in the insurance world." "' "By what subtle alchemy .has this corpo.ra ton UeeA ienaVIl,to-t.nfn its full-paid capital into the pailojophdr's stone 7 rv'- "The extraordinary events which have (tis tingiisiiejj Js liip'pariVelep,' financial hie torv." ''"'' '.The aTerngc losses per diem' 111 the ynifeo States,' at I li is period' of the year, nre" about $2X0,000. The telegraph daily sounds startling notes of warning to all; prudent persons. , t . , j . , Do-nuiy-eglect lhe ', SecurUy of Reliable ' Insurance ! "f ' Policies issued withont delay by ? r : 'S.Wf HOLMES, Ageiit. . Upper SaiidtyiVy, Jurlb 21' 18(56. 3"m. :t'! ' " A 1 Co. ; WOOLEN f " i p K H ') t - 4 1 t . if r L ri C TUB. Y U pper Sandiy, Ohio. The subscribers luring recently -added to tbeirFactory, Jtlie ihost modern improTemcnts in' machinery .''etc.-, suitable for doing all work nsvLftH.due in similar establishmeuts,such as XK i.,Z "O" JPX -K CARDING, nWEAVIXG, " f r coCniM g,1 fulling; Dressing,, &c, WOOL IN EXCIIANGE TOR' CLOTII1 or convert it juto Rolls,,Tarn or Cloths, such as sattinetts, jeans', tweeds, -PLAD ANb'FLAIlf FLANNELS! . .together yltb any otjieriind of. Cloths that Wljf betlsiredr Theywill STsbiake Voolvlo Manufactuiie: on lie ahaVes bt by, the' yard. Work in all the various branches will be domj as low and as well as at any other Factory in the Stated . We are prepared to card from three to four hundred pofln.ls per day and will warrant all work done at our establishment. f i! T J 'w n S On n llS T tf CfclN G t A It X r ! TG jao iapT caoV nfT' . constantly on hand at the" Very lowest prices. FARMERS OF WYANDOT 'i J t . and adjoining edTmtiesbriiig yonr. wool to the tTrpe pandusky Woolen Factory, as we are xi ow in iuii running oraer. JkmlM, 186(5 -K erosene and Gas Stoves. TEA AI) COFFEE BQIXEES, ; . - i v- r , n , . ' tS ' All the .Cooking for a family may ho done with Kerosene Oily or Gas, Jf" with less trouble, and at less expense ISf" tUn by anfothr fuel. J" M Each article nianufuctured by IhisXiompany r Is "guarantoed ( tf perform, ajl that is claimed for it. ..' . CSTSend for Circnlar. Liberal discount to the trade. '!r-Hf 'P ?. f ? ' KEROSENE LAMP'HBATER.CO.i I , ; y 206 Pearl Street, N. Y. - . August 2, 1866. QUEEN SWA RE. amLhaTing in the various departments erpen eeefl lad practical worlmjen, are now Jn &' to receive J X x i t i i We have added to our stock of Groceries and Provisions, a general assortment of all the dif ferent varieties'.. of QUEENSWA.RE. We . . propose to keep up our assortment in this ,line and will sell our stock low. "''''. i .' V- - 'i if' WAGONER & RUMMELL. july lSth, imi. ' '' W. T. WILSON, Editor. VoLtfMEtJCKtfl IT'I I iff: This is a personal ia- vitntion to j-ourseii ami relatives to ull ut the Irish Store and examine the-Npw Stock of Spring Gooda just opened. You win . nna xrresmauie stylrsat perstlasivr pfict. lours, c... Fjjopriktor & Clebks. r- it v f. A W.;li:.W: r o,E ' . . -i if GOOD SONG FOB THE PEOPLE, ENTITLED "READ THE NEWS." In just about the smartest town '" 'Is! uit ever you lul enter, I mean in Upper Sandusky, Very near the centre, II. ll. llbldrifldluls lately opened , Ilis new and .spacious store, A splendid stock of joods at cost, And just a little more. They've CortonrBUKjattd LijHicn Ged,s i Broadffloth? -Stripes ahtl Tveed, With many other fancy things, Quite-beautiful indeed: - n -rr.n They've. Thread and Combs, GloVes (Silk ; .or iviu.; , ' '. ' " ..' ' And Lace" that's often wore, -: ''" - -Suspenders that will stretch a feet, , And just a trifle more, t f r s- '-- ., t j,- i i I r ? til. WitiiJHibJbona gay, 'find Velvets. Xo.j . g A nd Braids arid needles plenty ; ' Prints, Poplins, Lawns and Alpacas, 1 Both Red, Blue arid Magenta. 1 They've Thread, edged Lace and Smyrna, Arid others by the score, L-'-J To guit all calls that they may have, . Ana just a liuie more. ' y lie's got as good and civil clerks As ever measured tape, To wSiitiupon thfir eustonjersr i Thejf ri juetiattout thjinest cliaps L. Unit ever tended store, I'nv sure. youjll -find them all of that, f . Andjist a trifle more. ',; ' ' Don't go to o'thef stores to trad ey; i They're clever chaps 1 knowj . Andho'ne'st as the times-admit, V ' And tnalve a halid. some show. - ' "T l-.i . But you riia chance to find again,: s ' As yoit have foiind before -"'Ei How they can fleece the feathers off, ' And ust a trifle more. r! "'! i - '-:.-i'i: . ' ; U r'.'iilf..;. - ;7 Then come to Holdridge's store,., my -v . friends. -: :.- . .- --u ;1' ? Come -all from far and near, t mT You've everytliing to hope for there,-, And nothing can yon fear.; They'll shoAV j-oti goods - and .'sell them . . . cheap, A most abundant store, And every'thijjg tliirpeonli! frifj-1 Y'ou'll find at Holdkidge's Store. From Jlay.unvl Decern ocr ... r Will be found itf fich pfolfeion i " At our old corner store Where' IToldridge and his clerks preside, -. r. ' To sell a little lower than you can buy the saVrle'kiiid -oi odtts ftv tin's part ot the State" fofOliio, and if you hae any doubts as to the Iruth of our song, just SATISFY YOURSELVES! in rxgar(tiy-!rht,-wertaine said eto io8iijjecV &ftEabi BE R ROBERTS OOBfE'lt'y ' May 10; 1866. tf.' - - i- n o' ivi 6 ft e j w a;;e: PEACE AND GOOD LIVING TO A lit MEN :'A "i ; Is my Motto. ..:-! r G.,7 POOL, ilaving? purchaseLthe IT f. ... of A: Christian, wild reipefcf fmrj in form his friends and the, public:. generally, that he proposes continuirig. .the business at theeld staqdi naving.done away with the X I Q Tj.Q e. T Tt AF JFS 1 C , and ad ded largely tq hifi stocl4,rie' is receiving ;'-i!!Tt)j:,?;'"'r'tr -daily, and will keep constantly on. hand all kinds of Groceries ahd'will pay ' ; CASH FOIl PRODUCE. Veeep constantly oh Kahd ahu :for' shle SUGARS, COFFEES, . TEAS, CHOCOLATE, ? REACHES, POTATOES, s ' ' ' r.r-iriri.-i. -i.-ccirx-rr- RICK, BBAXSONIOyS, SALT, DRIED APPLES, 'I n i n 1 isi ij n irf pewits, 13 f candles, scrips, 4 BUCKETS, TUBS, l 'i O ,T'J - FLOUR' JaJTD ME A 1 1 f. ; ,r, li" ' t ' ''" - i ; y, 1 1 CHCRXS, WASn BOARDS, -Tiw.;."8JpKB Ware, ' V.- : , QUEESWARE, ' Sr ; f,' . .. : . . BROOMS. . , LKDJGO, CLOTHES BUCKETS, BASKETS, nil -'.nr.') r.sM.-. --.s' '"r ' .sler'a'tus, ..I ... ,. '. - .! -.TOBACCO, '. .iA .!' ..sEGARs;, . . : SODA, CKKAMTARTARV MUSTARD, PEPER SAUCE, .... 7i CATSUP, . , , r. ( " ' .' 'jNTTTS'V YJAKDIES, .,''.' '.I'.i STOVE POLISH '- , ' SHOE BLACKING, ' CIDER VINEnAR, COAL OIL, PINE TAR, MACHINE GREESE, SLATE & LEAD PENCILS, TOYS, &C, &C. Everything to be found in a First-class Provision Store. - The ' patronage of the i .A.nn ,.i!;i-,i rButer, lard, eggs," apples, chickens, rngsetc., taken in exchange' for goods. ine nigriesi; mariicti price pam. ai ways. , ' " Please: give os a call Do not forget; at the old christian stand, a lew doors eoutn or.JJowshers Corner. - ' -, - 1 ' G. W. POOL. April VX 1866. ly: How, jsincewe're sung our litU Thatilthe good's tlriit you m 4" Devoted to Politics, UPPER SANDUSKY,. OHIO, THURSDAY M0KNING, AUGUST 16, 1866. 'W a'aSa1W'KM ROOFING Jn rolls roady to bo- nailed down, : adapted' to booses, factories, and buildings .-ot-alt.idKtt-; cuustrueted of tiuittsiials tUittbayektood the test bf flftoCu yen,?s.5nii manufactnred on ati entirely dlfreTefit a'nd ttttr pla than any other Composition rooflirg in use, , Seetlr'.dd by patept. . Very durable and at low price .Circulars and samples seat free by mail. Liberal tortus to Agunts." : .: ' : j r i , i . BE PDY HOOFIHd CO , . ! - Mav 31, 1S68. ly. , , An Effectual Worm , Medicine.. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,,-,. Or Worm Los'enges. Much' sickness,: ttiidoubtedlj,' ii-ith children and adults, attributed to other causes, is occasioned bj worms.' The "Vermifuge Comfits." .ly though effectual in destroying'worms, can do no possli H Injury to the most delicate child. This valuable combination has . been successfully used by physicians, ai d fo'nnd to be safe aud sure In eradicating worm, so hurtful to children. " . '' ' f Children . Having . Worma require immediate attention, as neglect of the trouble oHen causes prolonged sickness. i5 '. ' 1 - ,' ; J Symptoms of Worms in Children are often overloot cd. Worms' in the stomach and bowels cause irritation, which can be removed only by the use of a sure reme dy. ' The' combination' IT ingredients asedin making Brown's 'Vermifuge Comfits" Is such as to give: the' beet possible effect With safety. ' ' ' : : BliUCttftls & Brown, Prbprletors, ffew Tort. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines, at S& cents a box. , May24.1866.-ly . FOOT-ROT IN SHEEP, , ' CAN BE THOROUGHLY Cl'BEI JJT fSINJ . W.HITTEMOrt'E ' S '' CURE FOB FOOT i ; ; itoT In sheep. . . It is surer and safer than any prepara tion of -blue vitriol, butter Of antimony, etc. "it has leen tested by many Promi nent Sheep owners with .success, and is in fact positive enve., It wiii also thoroughly cure the worst cases of ".foul" in cattle, and Thrush in Horses. Ccirtificates can be had of the. A gents. EAsk for Whittemore's Cure andtake no other.3 , ,t For sale by all Druggists. ' - F. W.WI1ITTEMORE, - ' ' ' 1 r . y- Sole Manufacturer. ... ' - J t i Chatham 4 ebrs; NeHv. York.1 Strong & Armstrong, CieveJancL: Ohio ' -y i B. F. VaWdwort, - Pittsburgh, Pa., April 5, '6G.-6m Wholesale Agents. I Clopk'ft Zbscelcior Jlalr Tfestorer, "i if H '?i ; i: 1 -4 - CLbcK'STEtcLSIOR HF li KEsloREftf . I ' J Is warranted to Restore Hair if ever so Grey, Rgstore Jluir if ever so Grey, Color of Earlier Days. Keeps the Hair from Falling Off, Hair froni Falling Off. Will surely r aCJ8 a1T Hifiu&fjinfHh8" 9stth, 'r'ycfi-rT Cure all Itumors'of'tfie SChlp, - '- ' And makes the ! sv.i4.ifi rHftir grow on. Bald Heads, 4 , . ! Hair prow on Bald Heads, ' : "T i When fallilg off from Disease. ; ' plndidly perfumed, and everything fr a dresa Ing-room that can be desiredv' is th. only' jViiowi restorer of color and perfect hair dressing combined delicately perfumed. Requires no washing or prepa ration before using. If(?fter a full trial, this does not p jiie hJe,besrf4ir,RMoiatlTe before the public, the money wil bo refunded. j . Sold by all druggists at one Dollar per bottle. " Tjr.FRAMK Bl Clock, PcoprleJer. !), , ' " ' ;' - ' ' - Manchester N. H.- - Sold In ITpper S'andnsky by Atrrs A. Etto kkeb and J F. E. Suibr 4c Co., Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Os Feb, 14, ,'6(j.-6m . . , '- ' ' M rs . WINS LOW, - An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, Presents to the Attention of Mbthers'he'r SOOTHING SYRUP Soli tMiiZjOtiiUFFnt-Sfirm whJab, -greatly facilitates the. PjroccM'qf. teething, by. softemnethe gumsetuifltngaii innamniauonsjwui auay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and is . Stftrfe1 TO REGULATE THE BOVEI. Depend upon lt.'mothers, It will give 'est'to'y6llselves, and ..--. . ; -t r .'! - j . , , .' .. .....:.''. ' ' "' "" :-' BELIEF AUD HEALTH, TO YOlJE INFANTS, We have put up and sold this article for over 30 years and CAN SAY INCONFTDEXCE "AND TRUTH of it what Ve-ha w'neve'r been 61e?i6?8ay ofif ftOjrfcther medicine NEVER HBS IT FTILED in a single instance to effect a cure, when timely used. Never did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary,, ajl are dtlihted, with itsoperatipnsf ana speaK in terms oi, jcranicnaatton ot its magical ef fects and medical virtues. 'We speak,.in this matter "what we do kiiow,'.'.fter thirty years experience; and pledge our reputation for the fulfillment of what we here declare. Jn almost every instance where the inT fant Is suffering from pain and exhaustion) reKef" will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes 'after the syrup is administered. r .-- - r , , , Full directions for using will accompany each bottle None genuine unless the fac-simile of CURTIS tlER. KINSi WewTTork, is on the outside wrapper. v BSotd by all Druggists throughout the world. Frffee only 30 Cents per Bottle..;.. -,, , April $,.1868. 6m. .: '.?-.r,i .x.c -. .- -- IMPORT AKT TO THE" AFFLICTED. BR. M. , TIFFIN; QHIO. I treat every-- patient, eomeientionsly and charge low, prices for my medicines and ser vices. Therefore I invite every one afflicted to call on me at once.- In 'asesi where -after toQ- long neglect etc, there, is no hope of re covery, 1 will give no medicine. .... . . 9 .T Consultations not over onerquarter.of an hour, free. Prescriptions and medicines must be faid for in cash immediately: ' : Nevada, at th -sc)tiange House; Tuesday, June lfkh, -July-' 10th, August 14th, September 11th, Ootoper.ath; November IJth Tapper Sandusky' at the . Warpole ........ . T. HOUSe, :' : Wednesday, June i3th, July, 11th, An gust 15, septemDer 12th" October lUtn,.JSovember 14th Forest; at the Junction , House, 1 Thursday, June 14thTJuly 12th August 16th, &eptemDer i.Jth, uctobenlWfii JNovemberl?U May 31, 1866. 5m.. . ... . CONSULT .YOtTR INTEHET$ ! We propose to give those indebted,, to us one more invitation to call and settle', and if they do not take advantage, of this op DorttuidtT to lo so- thev-mav c&iaml v ex pect to iihef their a'ceenhts in' thehaHda of the proper ofricers for collection. We mean ,j ust what we say the., next notice you receive will be at vour expense.; ? . illLLEJft & WORMLEY. Upper Sanduskj, June 2S, 18C6, . , . ' rILS, PAINTS & DYE STUFFS of all lescriptionSi can .always be" found at the cheap Drug, book and Notion store ot . , . . AYKES & BRUNNER, . 06MMILLII. LAST To. 2 KcKelly"? Block. General 'News, literature, Agriculture, and Local Intercuts. 1 ussiit ri0tjj ;r JOB PRINTER. PLAIN ANd'faNCY . Job Work neatly executed at the folloiinsr Whole Sheet Kst's, (So) ifl,00 Extra 60 (5,00 nail. " " 6.00 3,00 200 10.0 -r Fourth i: "i' i .- ,-! ,14,00 , v Kighth ' , . " 3,00 ' , Sixteenth ' " T 10W T 3,00 '- Blanks pprqnlre, (com.) i , Blanks, per qUife, ' ''C-W. ' Funernl-Jfoticos.i'H-stBox. ; Kach Kxtra Box -. " . Bull Tickets, First Hundred , -1 Each Subsequent Hundred ; -Cards first hundred, - , -' - 9rl ' - ' H 1,60 (2,00 .. 3,oo 4,50 ': 3,50 3,00 - . 9.00 2,00 - ' 1,00 ..... 16 - 8.00 Si1b6Cqtlent hundred, 1000 Cards, ' ; Berry C Berry f . A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Upper Sandusky Ohio. Office on Main street, in the second storr of Qottfred's Building, adjoining Beery Block. . - , . , . - . JNO. BERRTr C. BERRY, JR. April 19, 1866 Tvr troll tt x, rin'aAii V" tTORNEYS at Lav. Office in McKelly' 'Block, Second Story, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. - - .. - . . . . : 7". t. a? a Sears, : ' : .- . ATTY'S-AT--LA.W A CLAIM AGENTS. Claims forBackPay, Bdurity, anil Pen sions carefully and promptly attendedto. ' OFFICE, jp. stairs, over the, Firs.t Nation al Bank, Upper Sandusky , Ohio. ' ' li ! Feb. 5, 1864. -If. ., ,, , , Dr$, Cressinger fc Moody, n SURGEON DENTISTS' Office ln;' Beefy 'b Block, over the Store of theBeery Brothers. Allopperations. performed In the most approv ed fnanner and warrarited,"' J i ;'. Upper Sandusky, O., April 19, 1866. . JDr8. Henderson Jt Smalley, - . i" PIIYSCIANS AND SURGEONS. . Office on Main Street, two doors North of the Railroad, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. , Mnrcli 21). lbbb. ly. , J ' Dr. MS. N. McCoimelV PHtgiCTAN ANT) SURGEON. -OrMfis his professional flervicee to the citizens : sof Upr per Sandusky and vicinity. Qffice.BOuth room McConnell's Block, second story, , February 7, 66. . ; : -Drs. Ferris &; Byron r- OFFER their services to the oitizene of Up per Sandjiiskv nnd vicinity. Oftiee ; in. Beery s Block, ithe tOotn for merly occupied MeKelly b .Griseil. , , Drs. McDonald 8c Chesney, , r. PHYSICI ANS A SURGEONS. Office oh the r .. 'est side Alain street . opposite tne nerson o'use, Upper San'dilsty. Ohio. "i 'u-i c-j , weatteni prpmpuy toau. proieBsiona caiis T'-Dr: Benjamin Fearce, CJTJRGEON DENTIST, having perma' jTj .nently located -Jn Upper Sandusky,, offers his services to the inhabitants bt the place and vicinity in the various branches of his pro fession. , From an experience of twenty years he flatters himself that he will be able to give satisfaction to all who may ; favor' hint-witl their patronage. r . , .-, ESOffice on Main' street,' over Hunt AWat son's Store1, ; Upper Sandusky, Ohio. - . March J,.,bb.-r4t s. Ayres & Bruner, . , ; , .,, rnRUGGISTS, and dealers in Books, Station U ary. Fancy Goods, Notions and Patent Medicines.nNp;5 McJelVjrBlo$k.:;. v; j. Sc. J: Fausch, TEWELERS AND DEALERS5 INT SILVER l Ware, "Watches, Clocks, Cutlery and Fancy Goods. No. 2, Roberts. JtfloeK, Upper. Sand us- ky,0hio.; r;t ,Feb.7, '66, B.'Iiiebenthal,' GLOTHlER, nnd DaierihaU kinds of Fiif hishina Goods suitable for gentlemen's wear, Room opposite Pierson Hduso. ' "14 "i Joseph , Oppenheuner, 1L0THING. & GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH V. ipg Store. . No. d, Be,eryUlock. H. H. Holdridge. ..jr .;. .... ;. TVEALER in Drv. Goods. Fancy Goods. Yan U keV "Notions, Queerisware', Glassware, etc.; jno: 1-, itooerts7 corner, upper oauaueKV, j. T, H. McCormick, PAINTERS, will promptly; attend t House j-s i j-ainunsr.: n asron. imiHuii?. ursimiiu, uia. ;.inv and t3ementinfir. .Brick Work. ;All work' done in the best manner and upon tnemost rpnrvnnntil'rt-'ijpirrns.'-Shon fniBteoiid 'torV;.f Sider r.& Hale's wagon shaking iBhopUppe? Sanduskyj Obioii-ri -'ijii--.iyj? -r -,.,:fj Daniel Fishel, -! LICENSED AUCTIONEER,' will at tend promptly, to all sales entrusted to: his care in Wyandot county. - Patronage eolieited and satisfaction diaranteed.- 5M - fn .t Residence in Upper Sandusky.- Word left at the Postoffiee will receive ' his immediate at tention. l&-tf.'" . .,,!?" -.f'K'itrr UAH. Eli Huffman ? if. X ICENSED AUCTIONEER." i TTill attend U promptly 'to-all- business--in the. eounty. He sneaks both, the English- and .German Ian- ;uages. , xvesiaence uiucb ui -uj;r andusky. - " ' ' FeiD, T'BBiy vi ,J; Bowsher Be Co's . ; ATI rEW1 : LIVERY & ' SALE STABLE. '1 V i ... .!. :! - v - tHorses and. Vehicles ready for hire at all hours of the. day. Stable immediately 'reai of YelW Corner. :i:"J',:' iiS "' J- -' ! '' : "Up. Sandusky. Ana". 161866v 7 ' o i Watson & .Carder, ., , .. r "TTAVEnrCBaseil th welUVnewi Livery, Stable of I JobreH. YVUliams ana nave ruiifiiipu ti, wun -tie M gnn? fresh Horses' an Sew VehlcUTs; and'lhej -LXfl.tM. thmRlvps thairthev -now. fa vorjiblv.com pare in equipage with any Llfery Stable" In the Stater in connection tnerewwoy -tnejf uy oprueti b t S A LE, S TA B L B, - ,i Where they will constantly, keep on hand a lot of Pine Horses for sale.' - "- -' --niA -,'. , :i:sau Com flor.g.all who wantllae, reliable rigs ior pleasure or pusiues. . . . . . . . .Up. Sqdiisky,Jiily'.:186-tf r s. f .. onMP.iA. s.. raysKsoie.. S HiHYH Xs. & ox, G TTJtrr x- CO. i MANUFACTURERS ot .Stationary, En gines, 8aw'-andj gristmill . work. Cust wigs of every description made to order. We will "also-eeicn9tHitly-en hand St large stock of Sledsoles, .lon Kettles Bells, urate uunt, Vjeiiar uiown, jjumm v.ij.o, . - Uppei-Sandusky, O..Jan.3j '66--tf.j,,, . , TO SADDLERS', '"' ' ' - - Large variety of Buekles of all- kinds, Shnf fle Port and Ring Bits of,various kinds, Shoe 1 nreatl. JvCin VY eo, uirune, ivory, woo.l and Rubber rinfrs'i Hanios, Irdn and Conner Rivets and many other articles, wed by saddlers, for . -l 1 TI t T TT . T-lfTlTT sale vry cnenp oy , , .; hauiu u jviitui. i ; BUILDERS Will find all 'kinds of Gins?,' Lock; Hinges Latches; Screwy Sash;,PulleysK j&c. , e vat the Hardware Store of . , . HALE fc KIKBY A LIFE OK THE OOEAjrWAVJS.! "A life on tfte ocean warel" .'; t !he man that wrote Jt ras' greeny . He neTcr t)asbeen to sea, . - . " ', , . And a wave he never has seen.-' ; . He never bill ffei"a wave, n-ij-v As Jt dashed o'pthe vessel's deck r He never has seen a fife at sea, -Or been floating upon a wreck. He never has been aroused -, '.,'' , .1 From his morhlng' gentle doze, ' ' By the sound of the splashing water, '. As it fell from the horrid hose. He has never heard a than . .Scrubbing right over his head, With a noise sufficient to rouse ' From the grave the slumbering dead. : ' Ho never has seen a fat troman ; "'" Growing1 thinner day by day, ' : ' And unfeelingly say It is nothing at all, , Oklt the roll of the sea. , . .-- , . . And oh The has never been sea sick, . Aud crept into bed In his coat, While every motion increased his throbs, And his VKEUfcGB were in his throat. That man may have sailed in a bot. In some puddle or on a sound, . Btat If he has been to sea, and wrots ' Such a song-, he deserves to be drotrn'd. Democratic Abuse of the Soldier. ' Colonel Dehart, in his speech before the Indiana Soldiers' Convention, read a large number of extracts from democratic papers,- speeches and resolutions, showing the affection of the Democratic party for the soldiers when they were absent fight ing the rebels. : This-democratic : abuse of the 'Soldiers is: not forgotten,- and mrver will be; We extract from the speech the following, for the benefit of the soldiers of Ohio: - ... ..: ... 4tThe banner of our armies is the banner of ty ran ny "and oppression.' -Rochester (ind.) beittinel. -r How does that sound to the soldier? The ' bahher nhder which you have been fighting so long and in defense of which you have shed your blood so freely upon the battlefield, that bahiier is the banner of tyranny and oppression t".v That' is one specimen of their loyalty.' Here Is anoth er proof of their devotion to their country : "This is a damned abolition war, and we believe- AtveLiHcolfr is as much of a traitor as Jeff.'. DatisAsblnnd (Ohio) Demo cratic Union. - .. "Soldiers, that sentence was put forth by the very menwho. to-day ask you to sup port their caiiuiuates ror omce : Here is another proof Of their loyal tyf "The Dejnocraev will vet tettch Abe Lineolrrand his' co-itsurpers that the Way of the ttfallrgi;esS0r is not easy. Hoii..A. C. Dtxlse. of Iowai 'Booth was not the .'murderer of Ahra ham LincoTri. T hold 'the democratic party responsible' for that ennre. It was the party that by their - denunciations .Of .the Government and tlieir frequent acts of en couragement to rebels and traitors, nerved . the armr and at the last fired the pistol at ' the head 6'r heart of that' man vvhom we allToved soTwell.-"-1' '.xi.a j r -iinotner specimen ; -:f:-r;.,-.?n-. '"-"nistory'wilt relate that we (the North) . . a , '-. manufactured -the. conflict, forced it " into not ueu precocity, anu inviieu it. iie- ttdit Free Press, April 16, 1865. ;? ; ; -; , , ' Wei did bring on this:war by refusing to do as this old Democratic party has done, kneel and lick the hand , that smites it. It (the Administration) has , put arms in the hands of outlaws, thieves and mur derers and traitors." Crawford County Forum, (Dem.) referring to our soldiers. I- To-day, the same men are saying to you, two tare yery.glad.tq se.e.you, come,py,er to us, we will protect you and give you office, we are your friends, and have always been.. , ........... 'We will never 'give anyaid or assist ance to the continuance of . this un.holy-and unconstitutional ;war.''. Allen .Count' Copperheads In tjonvention,' Augtist 13th, l864-:r-- i-.fj: ,iS - .. j .J-Si'Mh Tliis 'Is anotheri beautiful instance, of their patriotism. . Here is, another speci- Pnl h ;r;ife;:v iw,' - .' -"Anyr man.;whQ .volunteers .to. go and hglit 1 in' this war ought to be shot.' -They are damned Abotitioriists." Kent county L)?Jega);e, to the Michigan Democratic Con vention. ' " l : - - ' ' !- -:: What do you think of that ? That proves them to be your friends unquestionably! and deserving of -ybureonfidertce. ' "You black Republicans have sent your hell-hounds down South to devastate the country." ' This isrom Kaeorge-.W. Peek, a dietin gttlshed patriot, etc r , . , . , T ;: "I !sav -td.-vou my constituents, that as Lvpur R-epresentative, I will never vote one r . it ' . . ' ' L ' . x 1. 1 .. I - i it " uoiiar, or one iiii, vj iiiu uuiiiiiiisLration 6f Abraham Lincoln, to make war against Uie South.l'-T-tD. W. Voorhees, ST. C, Seventh Indiana District, April 18GL ' :; . " " 'AnotheT'iristahce of the hearty support these rfieii give to their country ;init8bour .of.-periljiT'1 ' :n:f J; ,- ,rr: h; ."-VTis a lamentable fact that not one thousandth part, of air our vast - armies. North enlisted purely- from patriotic, mo tives,'; Spme went for money, some to get offices, some to get applause at ; home, and all' with -a vagtie ambition r to .become re nowned. And, too, alas, that we should say.,it, thousands upon thousands to steal. These are facts aftdf no amount of line writ ing-or frothy indignation cap change them. -"We" do hot knowthat the Southern soldiers were ; any freer from such incen tives but they probably were, as 'theirs partook "of" arwat elf-tlefense" Lans ,ii3g Dcniocratic. Journal, 3Iay 1Q, I860. cording to. these men. . That is what they say of .you. and ' yet they call upon you witli operi. arms to come Into the ranks of this "loyiu ' Democratic-patty. , ; Thei'Demoerats cannot say ;to you that these are , only, the. litteraiK-es of individu als, editors and speakers, for whose asser-: tion the party is not responsible, for the very life and spirit of their utteranees was re-echoed and reiterated by the great De mocratic party itself, assembled in Nation- til Oonvention at Chicago." . $2.00 per Annum, Number 3& Astfoliomioftf ObserV&tioiis. in Marathon, N. Y they are favored with a scientific gentleman of sonic note, who lately entertained the editor of the Leader'; who tells the story as follows : By politeness of Prof. Lewis Swift," we were last evening permitted to take a look at the heavenly bodies "and things," through his telescope. For the benefit of those who don't know what a telescope Is we will here state that that it is a long "length4 ofstoVe pipe, smaller at one end than at the other, or larger, we don't recollect which. It is stopped up with glass, and will draw things toward you like the traces of an India rubber harness in a thunder shower. . This is mounted on something very much like a "well-sweep." We first took aim at Saturn, and we hit him. lie looked terv much like a cart wheel, tipped over, and with the spokes knocked out. Professor said there were three felloes or rims to the wheel ; but as Sat. felt rather "edgew Ise," he would show bht one. Professor said eight moons danc ed attendance on Mr. Saturn; but we guess seven of 'cm had gone to celebrate the Fourth of July, as but one was visible. Next turned our attention to old Jupitot who. in mythological genesis, calls Saturn "daddy." Found him "O K," except two dark stripes across his "physog." which Professor said were clouds, but they look ed suspiciously like tobacco smoke. Won der if Jupe pays revenue oh his "vicious luxuries ?" He was accompanied bv four youhg Juplters, which Professor said were moons. We next drew tt "bee line" on the North or Polar Star, accompanied by a ve ry small pole. If this Is the "star of desti ny" for the Polos, they have nothing to fear from the "war and rumors of . war" lioV rampant In Europef as their star , Is . a bright one". -Professor next directed our attention to some hebii- he, and we concluded to "risk one eye" on them. To the "naked 1" they had the ap pearance of German silver spoons dipped in. Allopathic medicine; butwheh viewed through the elevated stove pipe, they prov ed to be large nests of stars' eggs, some of which were newly hatched. Would make a ? splendid dress , for an evening party, But 66lne. of these eggs seem to have been double yolked, to which fact Professor drew our attention by bringing his piece to bear on some double or twin stars, ap parently the offspring' of amalgatnatlott ists 6he pair being composed of one yel low and one blue star, and another of white and blue, very beautiful but at the same time painfully suggestive of Brick Pome roy's "Who'sh been here since l'sh been gone Endeavored to reconnoiter the "milky Way," but found that the recent thUhder showers had soured the milk, and a good view could not then be obtained. During the 'show" Professor "kindly en lightened us by telling us which were sup posed to be Inhabited, their distance from the stove pipe, the number of revolutions, (we : don't mean ;wars and ,slch,"). the length of their day, &c Ac. We' suggest ed that It "would be a good place for the Efrf 6peah' belligerent to establish recruit ing offices to augment their- number of fighting, men. Owing to fheYr elevated position they could overlook the whole field of fcperations, select strategic points, and hiake themselves deiwral-ly useful ; but Professor thought that by ctrrylng the'recrulting business so high, the ei penseof transportation would be too great to make It profitable. On the whole, we were well pleased with the entertainment, and shall accept the Professor's polite In vitation to "call again." : : .: . :1 ; ? The Case of J eff. Davis. .A few of the Southern papers tt the most peppery character have entered Into ther agitation of the question : What w6uld happen if Jeff. Davis should die ih prison ? Some of them think Nature would go into convulsions. . The Richmond Times says : i - ."The death of r such a man in prison, af ter the world khows what he has suffered, will "arouse a moral storm which Will sweep from the center to the circumference of Christendom, and pillory to shame for ever on the page of history, the actors in the dark tragedy of Fortress Monroe. The death of Jeff. Davis" In tMSos will be an indignant theme before which the deeds the Inquisition, the primes of the JJastile, of the murders of London Tower, and , the horrors of the Austrian dungeon, will glow radiant'with the light of Justice and mer cy."1 '-' ' -' ' : ' ' ' There were several thousand better men says -.the . Cincinnati ,, Commercial, than Jeff. Davis,. who died in prison in the South, and assisted to arouse a moral storm that swept secession from, the face of the earth. ' But we think Jell, might die with out excltlhg any extraordinary commo tion, moral, or physical- If he cannot live on veal cutlets and fresh oysters, with his wife arid servahts to' pet 'him perhaps he had better be permitted to" die quietly." - A great many better men better Christians, according to aft reports have been hung, without producing earthquakes or torna does Perhaps the experiment of hanging will yet be tried with Jeff. ! : -' ! A Ghost Killed by a Girl. ' : A . man-living in a village near Mobile, on Monday night, attempted to frighten some girls .by wrapping a white cloth round his "body, personating a' ghost. All ran but one,'Who pulled out a revolver and deliberately Jired' sljr; ' balls into the head flfid.body! AC the first shot the ghost fell, but'she'eontinued firing. She then went home and . related the circumstances, and parents returning to the spot found life completely extinct, two balls havihg pene trated the forehead, and the other the re gion of the heart. The sympathy of the "people favored the girl, and she has not been arrested. fiSfeat is successfully used on the Hudson liiver Railroad, to run the loco motive. , 1 3 04 1 M K 10 W M M S 3 00 I M M Kigtr& of Austrian iJiacipi(h& In 1854 1 had a terrible example of the military discipline of Austria. Owing to the state of war, the frontier was tkeit guarded by Croats. 1 dined every day with . Orsowo, on the bank of the Danube. . One day 1 expressed a desire to aft . that place on the other side of .the Danube, where Kossuth had burled the crown of St.- Ste- pheji of Hungary, when the army .fled in to Turkey ; the place had been discovered J ' the crown disinterred ; but I wanted to so the singular tombv Col. P. promised to go with me the next day on the other side of the bridge which seperated ns from the enemy. That same evening, as I was taking my walk, I said to myself, Suppose I go now ? I passed the body gnard, and proceeded to the bridge, and had nearly reached the eppeslte side when I heard a report, and at the same time three or four balls whistled by me. I stopped. Several Croats rushed upon me muttering something which I could net understand, and led me to my friend, the Colonel, ne looked at me exasperated. "Sir," said he, "what were you doing on the bridged" 1 went to visit the tomb. Enough f Without a permit? AndthC sentinel did not arrest you at the entrance of the bridge? A sergeant answered in German, We were dining with the body guard. - - Ah I Is this eo ? "And all that time spies could be going and eomlng how ' many were you ?" . "Four men and myself, said the ser geant. wroii shall an be shot 1" The Colonel went to the window, called the guard of the opposite tent, and gave the men Into custody. The next day the men were f hot in spite 6t my appeals to the Colonel, on my knees for pardon for those unfortunate men of whose death I was unwillingly the cause. . The Colonel was inflexible. When those five Croats, pierced by shots,, had fallen, the Colonel, who regretted his soldiers and seemed to forget our friendly relations, . said : Ahd now, sir, leave the territory in two hours or 1 shall have you arrested ai a spy' . , .-. . ' 4 But. Colonel He looked at me, and with a terrible voice, said i "Upon my honor, Blr, I sweat It A quarter of ah hour afterward lleft Or sowo. Fite years after, 1 saw among the list of officers killed at Magenta, the Colo nel's name. Courtier des Etats tJnku The Sense of .' Where.' A lady correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial thus discourses concerning a new sense i "By the way, I wish some sa-. vaht would define and give a name to that sixth 6eh8e possessed by men, which con-' stitutes one of the main differences be tween them ahd tis, and in certain situa- tkma gives them an immense advantage.' I know notT.better how to define it, than by calling it the -sense of whkbk. . Ih A strange town they go directly to the post office, to the barber's, to the places where newspapers are sold.: They have no diffi culty In finding the dining-room in hotels the captain's office on steam boats, the railroad depots where the cars are ready to leave, and the places where trunks are to be checked and tickets bought ott all railroads between pole and pole. To what ever concert, or lecture, theater or place of worship you may wish to go, your male friend will take you on his arm and march directly to it, though he like yourself is in the place for the first time In his life. .. i is i ' ; Cable Ends Why is a happy man like the Atlantic Cable? Because he Is spliced to his Htart's Cm tent. ' 'Tis said the present success of the Ocean Telegraph Was in the fact that : the direc tors never lost sight Of the "great end" of their undertaking from the start. .: , . r The greatest "Wire-puller' Of modern times-Cyrus W.' Field. On the arrival of the Great Eastern at Newfoundland the sailors unahlmottsly de ciared that' the whole thing was flayed ou," and duringthe passage. they ;he.ld an indignation meeting' at which lOUd shout of 'J?io tottA the tabU"s were heard. ' '" Shall wfc call Mr. Field ah aristocrat be cause he Is Very prOUd of his uednneetionti "Dear me," said Mrs. Grundy, "and so they have put telegraph poles all the way 'cross the ocean. 1 shouldn't wonder if they tried a pontoon bridge next. ii i ' mmm 1I ' ii in " Honesty and Enterprise; " . About a month ago a ragged little urchin called upon one of our East Water , street merchants and asked the loan of flity cents for Which he promised to give his note beari ng interest at ten per cent. The tner chant, 6truck With the novelty of 'the proposition, attd With the evident straight forwardness of the boy, gave him the mon ey and took his note, as the boy insisted upon giving It. ' He had almost forgotten the occurrence, when he was surprised to lee the little fellow walk Into his store yes terday and ask to redeem his note. Upon inquiry the merchant learned from the boy that he had invested the money in pa pers and oranges, and had already made about forty dollars, which he was about placing in the savings bank. He had- no father nor mother, and. did chores at a -friend's house for board., .We regret, that we have not his name, Milwaukee Sen tinel. . ' ' " EA married woman in Canada West has eloped three times with the same man. ESHenry Stansbury, of Kentucky, has been appointed Attorney General in John son's Cabinet. tSTArteuias Ward has been offered 4. 00 and exienses for a lecturing tour of six months in England, One square, one or three iuscrtitfts, i 'j Koch subsequent Insertion after the ir, One square three months. One square, one year, On column, one year, One column,- six month;. One column, three month, Half column, one year, Half colilmn, six nionrha.- . Half column, three months, One quarter column, one year, ' '"', Administrators, and Attachment notlc Road Notices, Ten lines. 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