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   Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 31, 1866, Lima, Ohio                                County 8 Public will oat of the of for thoiJjMcciuTi i by mine tud fid not for hjt M a CO an iv of ruod An r ouHouniealiofif will not be j firm of general interest to a from any of tbe VOLUME BUSINESS RATES OP C Tru Horn make 4 L I bftlf fit omb WEDNESDAY OCTOBER t Common njc Couutj CIrrkj V A U if j Ooinniiirfioncrf Attention Take Your Butter and Eggs NDMBEH published fret mil r u 1 f 1 I i J it under the saddle on the buTolr of Orau TO HPOSITI to ex wan one of the mmt Him a muotl Treat firat by Kit IM RTOTHEKNIF in KiETif J 1M V Ii j fin j AND XK Door nhovc Wheelers Groj and get tbo THE KNIFE TO i CMUitnntlj keep hand a choiceetoe I TT A VINO resolved not JL 1 in our wo hsll FHESH GEOCERIE time forward cell our n hat a m nnt nlmoM inoro itu an while huiitorn iin with nhirt from it It Indian ir 1 it iin iltMvn on lo rohrrftl nil HIM JOLT U all vou Brica j AT Which we in llit t ill it L 1 I i nutl Federalj ami traue In nurth ui tlifl c n Than 7011 can Them In Lima Prices S sxter v o n A V naj in CASH v Wo have nlao u full H I Thos AT i I1 J i lu Prubaft i t warrant and hurur ibau TUM JaDtlt cun tuv Jim clrfwhtir S1 LleJ i J a rr c s antljit would not com J thoughthad never boon procut cut in m Hut UH Lhc at Even Lowei ho could not get ipnlty had that TO Thau we hare tbcrn at m now uf FiNE CASIMERE SUITS per Queer Dillurai j S SUITS PROM rices so R educed r I t I nil I li lliut this A to cohn D Foy 3ANCH Of A H3JSE IK CINCINNATI I w ut A A Vx b i UiljM couM u of hr JI SIGHT HOUSES AND LOYS MANUFACTURING i o M u iirnl sutd In Afl We told itiin a pack In a far Fort Iu a I do not know my face WHK nth uoxdur to nn in the of awny tic went hu ami and my Jin A Mr BiMMvitrlliail11 n llorntlt tu nearly burned but hocn unvud Mr and this was all the damage done kept monHis in orKrcJ lo down though struck at random for on tlio ItJ do il Jn UhJ t lut Il i xtiv prOVC U MJ knife arc tho IlonoJ P L i j s O of lip bI 0017 bo tux ju niv fidJitiun to t wiij and at no so on rr i lint wo did out E r u A for n Ut 3 ais Htil an hr we took hint llic c Ho acciptfd ttV found him lac wo lu 1 m An I by V I HUW oiio or iiliotit t junjr nl ilicrn IMte in i to ie Wcr o ttage ll h n mi i j rn t f it your and WMIlW ot lll going la lake conlmi ol my i JtHl Hint to it nil when il J J I 1 wlikh IP tut of tb can not lake over Ibrec qunrlers ol n The report of tho pistol i HIM uiixrii told n to i Ir nnqfiire 1 I iti with GOOZiS lij Thai harr biimicni tn Alttiu ii oit llie rest o e did not like nun or xvo hu liave secret sorrow thai we had no riiht to pry into I I w VIIV ti aroused the ontiio r J L man eprann1 to hifi in or hih J H of ibo tuuft F1 Tfl t K H h N J John I 1 i R i e Irav what I uni i as iho weal he l wcro looking for tho xvliilo others were asking who iir od the and where tho to tho bojs to uko man off for J was JIB as a A couploof them at and did ns while urh tii I 1 Im goinif back lo by and I intend to hire a horse and and tfo over every Throw him bovs V ho wU pitched jWhon J nrr them turn Wet Mid llio nf icrllio too to 8Jiouted Iho Ser driver and off they leaving Thnt tli CUM l wo xvhcr J the dead to tell YOU occur was tl il I wr ffirr the furinrr Ilrwiitf N lilt1 V O 40 ILO pUl a u ru tbc luviu Ti 111 I u 4 I Hoping lliito a projxisud that we hhould All Ifad Jell that il would be cool hath iiiLin ot the coltoiuvood throw fresh brush on tho hall inch of Lite soil liM f every d dd nlono hi c hnrdnHi jllio Sergeant lie over i Old on finding hi dd scoundrel in Ihe II1I ftlfllin if knew tho articled of war don L mean to soy thnt the n ilhan ftll the sergeants in IStiiieuict sworo in s nm lint ilo you think Itu dithL Ixvti oiit in liin hnri1 thnt ho overy timo turned to PHHII nt t fr f to vo i K a in i led not long I nnd u I j tho mtiloff and hold 1ml in n n hn I icon ioi Viro ruomiv lloUC Wo be am V I the ten a i iriui lvi One meant corucr Iot4 north of side nf Cluibcib whicit over the river stripped were soon enjoying oiirsolvcs 1 had a Ixlt around me paid apolo hut ho meant t H Keeping In Winter n to raino of ni theyd n had ui hut run nn noon an they They killml but Ho had camp and we soon So absolutely innocent was thcVolt A great many hud plinly of lo seo what had J told the boys nil a oout xvhat had Wo found all the mules in their places bnl poor n mnn in UNO of vulgar nniniuln nro no or rath in bin and profane binguuge that he wasor ihiring Ihe band oi ine which was staked off about witinevrral twenties in und took or I for V K J IS R give fio freo pttj in the water 1 laid it down tin my cMhort never thinking of hid r twenty yards from with one frequently led into serious rnishapnof their they never after tho by A minister onco he xvhat they would wilo propor hy roached him with nn To keep lay mo John A H lur 5 will Wilt Attend to TIIK inir it from anv of all knowthat 1 had the mon and I no idea that ihc strati ofllio other enddlo nnd bridle on went into the river and cleaned myself from bis and then snt down by tho camp where 1 remained until I prootpily Charles Al FM o WITH jut At tho J cwrwcr of Public Square Shue Rcttpccl rtf tu thu ciiizcne Limn aiLvutl pruiaptly to air i ru i LLO WAffiflN OF i 1 I Old Borbon Domestic to j As I came out of tho I no jticcd the stranger very lov at my hat thought no more about it That iron some caiirio I could not sleep nnd when I tell into a sUUe of un I was troubled with t i relieved froju duty as a thii i of Limi inJ Cigars and East Side Walnut Second and W r ir i i located would r ffrr his tu Lima Office orcr Exchange Haiik attention to chronu MASBWf r r c A X K R R S BAHDOLPI HAVE opened out at Drag on tbe west rido of tbo rublic a Urge assortment of BOOTS Ma Je from tbe wild like droams thut I irould rather I had remained broad At about 1 went to How long I no not but 1 wakened suddenly lo find some one knOelingover mo and vory carefully cutting my shirt op I have always had the call it presences of mind or I i nnd in the latest any tiling else of comproliending Thir rtock a fine aasurtmciit of n For Woman cod nnrf all kind of work is represented in our SIT WORKI ti On CT O James F DEL Corner Room of Lima 0 and yell Government Ex Stiver and uneurrrtot Discount Hill at liberal Pajr interest time Make and do vgeneral Kankinp IlACi 15 WELL KX O W City 0aii und c rnerof i spmcioue uatbjKnox County Mutual Insurance Of all kinds made to order in the on tbe shortcut We will guaran tee N around no mutter from how sound u sleep 1 It isi anything but pleasant to wnke and find self in the power of a lesparado who will hnveno hesi tation in plunging a knife mtoyour 1 felt mypelf in anything but an on viable knoving tbat die slightest indication on my part of being awake would eauso thovil PERFECT to give mo between the rib tho length of his bowio or tho con And invito tho people generally to look atjcentS of his although Drop in and see for notseo hifl I felt ilemcmber the at I 4 rn r tbat ho bad it To secure pistol without letting him know s UrilgO UUat I was awake wns a very deli unable to A Scene or Da le on tbo war Tboy trivd towny but wo killed reached him with an M kiep lay nut we Mined stter from Richmonds conthty be HO provided for thnlthrco of Iheir lining a requeHt that he nhould bethey I firnt wrnl into over theLVntnil railroad onlf thev a potbnck in the wiritiforntA in Die valleyn tai I over the LVntnil railroad onlf they got a notbnck in the wiritiforntA in the valleyn her Jticbrnond re it fatal to proper dejfull ot Indian Indians and if H colt 14 obliged thick nnd A coivcd tho rninirtlcr with ami WUH bout to wrilclo Iran against fence in th doal of nomo Iure and flour biro n freo wbon the with his coat When 1 there him not lo do no if it was it uti aOidavitoCagain in they had all any wav u violation of the rules of j bad thivt will nnd when 1 inquired about the any prolongations of to tribes 1 had neon on Iho waiJ well cared that nay I win told by tbo peoplu lir writing away every vngajtakcn farmer can urge in there thnt they hud nerrr board lust the C0lintry C0mes to me of bin iof for You nroentitled In coltn want a He never saw the inUlaUc he hadjtorcd well btoctced witi Blraw and tbe minister had to ex fixed up on liko an Jt Let That Thing Occur The following scone occurred at the execution oi at Cov lust Egglcs tori was hanged for tho murder of Captain Metilcr 11A scene of horror mean trap was wprung readily the knot ercise his good nature in acrosfla firm bearing Those xvith a of cightjjn the wretched mans body the his head ing against the woodwork on ground all with a thud that could be heard a hundred feet Aj A Sign of an Appreheuded Storm thrill of horror electrified tho 000 A murmurofl C Antidote tor nil A plain farmer It is now over v years ninco 1 Jwarncd mm that twoct oil would cure tbo wr f triKhlkml went tho and breadth of tho vut and tiiii tbe colU in day and keep but th Servants net allow weit A beif Looal figures ia the of the t W awt filrf times to ez tract Teeth siake partial or whole oi at The Uaoaot of IOUM paid up to over BEST ADA A j Thomas uratcd at iney raovca rorwara wnu 4 ii civil war being mnmurat a notion liko that ol au immense wnveflo see what was to U have irduced tbe ion of lanro amounts ol was at fivo mtnotcs after two that1011 the horrible event occurred officers quickly raised tbo m Hlunncd and bleeding from his ribly neck as he amounts of Govern rpi irnent sceuritien into and the itixcstmciH thereof in property latter in pome Uie while up i lie and not bo hitc by ft bailer or shot up in narrow For the colls should hare oi any both on and I think no farmer should bo without a bottlo of H in The patient moat tako a npoonfitt of it nnd bathe the wound for n To euro a homo it reqnires fight thoy will eat tip and tho liny should bo of good qoilily of your rain soaked nnd fit for bedding tic that juRt lor experiment t ft Hero ot r most ox ol in Kloven llim wburo tbo CMC Without a word of complaint or an expression of with tho old look of meekness and resigna of Browning lion lightin say i that g his and from praparfttion for bw oxWashington XT tT I stron propoa cate and I attempted to accomplish it in tho following man My pistol and bmvio knifo were both under my which I for a I threw my right up over my taking not to touch tho and yawn1 We believe that the sooner we ra if I was half but ready turn to the old customs and the old with my left band to catch his arm principles of the tbe cd A correspondence of tbo sayi that on being submitted to thr Kfgbth of Jannary Wearo in favor of holding the u rr w arg celebrating Jacksons victory by the adoption ofa Jackson resented his preeeii P nornc of our slovenly farmers wen like an old fellow we have read who was made to eat like an till be learned some good how tbe hay at regular and tbe straw they pick upbetween the eolis bhould hare a feed of chop ped or other mill or oats every a bilo of now and then a lick of salt with of clean wood anhcs in it oc a regular access pure water lor this iff provision and care laid and that will if tbe colw them lelvesare worth raising at Ohio What did the doctor Jim told mo to go homo and pat A t f TffB w w f K patient naa I bcnrd ol carried nnd gave him which effected a It Is an antidote for aracnicaod it will euro bloat in cattle can led by eating too freely of freab clover it will core Uie sting of thor and if ill core per Mrho have been poisoned by a Sow running vino growin in tho called NotwithatandiDgall the blow nz of the lUdical the O J M AAA that he in v j m m r m A J ft U informs onrdtixens and hit old in the event of his attempting to bettor it will befor us and the coonmy ftrm jn a Into Democracy have gainod in opened a Restaur JgUb me I had my eyes partly ehut We want a platform dictated me aoci Im blessed if I know ponnsyjvflnja flnd in Indiat here ho ia atall A LI nAliAtr flndli of where ho u at all tyl Ce of A SO the kcould n but sufficiently open to scelwc believe tbe only way to get His liia every which I could oaalto hold an early Ml starlight believo in sowing seed before at g Whenever yon yotirBelf tbo benefit of 4 J i The timo if fast coming when the Disunion partv will bv overwhelmed by the glorious old t ft OD ing line the market HU bar ii sup with the very boat of Dra preseaud Ward L N AND 1 Office fa m f f all dumsM of tie ana ererythins in ttie On the instant that I movjtempting any By hte arm to andlearly we will be I wasnearly betraying to him my I bled to disseminate the on Ale and Cider UJbeing awake by throwing my left I that will produce Democrat io fruit butaorae strong impulse pro and glorious vented me from doing and b held his knife suspended to giv had I made another Jim took the ana n Democratic party that minutes was imbibing a by thc ConilUlation ftnd of lamon sold bjr the Can or Half me warm Janj Who will Meond our motion January Convention who Insolt when insulted bO WUBU Keep tip the ftref fellow we are bound lo bo The next session of Con will came the to the thousands ot bon bat A Political Straw Wondcll who in thinking man ol tbe Radical and who always spcnfes ont plainly irbat he follows up tbe attack upon Gcncrsl Grant eom mencod by Hen Ham ilioo smaller lights some weeks in bis speech bo assailed Gcnenl Grant aa being responsible for tho rioUio Kew and dottlared tbat tho Union cammander hu miliating In tho ciftted Press report of tbJs n tho Radical leaders U that bis allusion to tlM Gen eral except the pttbiiatiM tbe Account The Tribune tbe and prlnU the Mows m 11 11 I I 4 i i r K j1 I tt K t r I r fl   

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