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   Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 22, 1867, Lima, Ohio                                The Allen County IMCrt tVEtT M DAVID FISHER RATES OF ADVERTISIGNi N I Atnhineat i M f ill for thcDEMoczAT by the name and adj not for publi r a guaranty of good An wi not bo and of interest TTME elicited from of the V to artl tha e C WEDNESDAY MAY NUIVIBEIl ii t with J I Nutt tJi JCf l V Time Us lull Michigan Kail Business SOUTH Pleas of Wayne Jflarbje XI HARBLE WORKS DESIRES to say that Uo is now running the old from t p Aii Example of a lo almost i Tho Cincinnati may have to it Profewor TOLAN CO iotir diciil it was April willj Sundays TTOJISEY AT levins All iuiss attcudcd inchJi If AT Rttoniion Riven to Probate hnsi H and Office door south of tho Court Musser Sash Factory In and pMpared te furnish to order Gut uj in superior and OF T K HEST Si He also runs a j L TV x iv G In connection with tlie nnd pared IIUKSS ALL OF v jour and was alwayr T1 niS Establishment is a brnnehj Krcat advocate lor the doctrine ol the wellknown IWpbos the c ii dartiliciM i f Wiiinn did in wul ti mlincv han boon that tan H I rVicfia iri t inlcllcutunl f if man in KM I nilrv STJMKlsr1 LTO j t Thu llnilia nveond iti cxlent lifon free ainl iwc inU F and l for the last fifteen iil whil every case given perfect it lniih ork furnirliHIiy this firm W3S OIL conlrc lor u Jilonj t AT Notary and in t writing jirouiiMy Ad n AT LOW All KJuds of Constantly and lor Sale Flooring ilrcfpd per hundred Thankful for the liberal upon the hereto ofr I I ill In theproiwcalthy ou the AH is in Men well tlio rietrroes rose in wl anJ tfur the mort liorUikc an in i of UK llic iiarly tlio liuy ncillier Uvhero proportion nnd nor COIIllit llny nlilailicd illii uic firm IVIlil COllliScVu of the Cltltt at the was Ta lirillianl We have in our cm be workmen Ofiportnnily for tliu lo Tiio wi on TigardcJ is very iction of a fiutly uiunuuicnt or bMtuncd jn the an J Uo trust to receive a share of the public PAN Julr lrillingc any tUopiu north IZC l ll1 intli James Successor ti Lee i TTOHXEY AT Hat some of tbe most valuable WCivtcrn uhiy tJ as GOOD W OR K liicrythins antifijialioiiH wluch art in c Hiivial pro fjj jioiit 1 i lor MViral in the lino furnjWhat ho rnakof it Fnun IK gnally thij RlHt it llUS jiuor 1 thoI And we regretfully a call from place of wealth itnl ol it JH llie i nted of fUih j bafbai IMH Of ci Ill gOV in Ashtons opposite thoCotirtTX to s liuBincis promptly attended plat aud ui John TTORSEY AT Hiiico in Afhtons over Iromit personal attention will be to all professional butiness entrusted John AT to One tract agrain choice adjoining lho tvwn plat and well Brick Five cellar briclt good wood house and suoko all new and on north main One vacant corner north of railroad iOiliOU East side of Elizabeth by stcaa at frnnu it has vacillated bctwceirihe CV Will attend promptly to all legal business j ontrustcd to his tbo former uf over Browns l2ion oetlStf Orermycr makes application foi Equalization of additional pensions FHAKK Lamison AT Office over Holmes Beemors Will promptly attend to all business cntrust i A to Practice in Allen and adjoining and prosecutes all claims for minors or Notary will make ex amine Pay Special A A or A Soro Irvin t TIOXEYS AT Will parrlico in tho Stato and Federal 0 Will make and trann all business OQce In An JcrVons two doors north of the Luna ra Amt Over in ronro fonnerly oc cupied Will practice his Requires imaicdiolo in Allen and adjoining and sluuM lo if Collections promptly JJusincss trans olJowcd to continue acted in the English and Ucrrnan Trrllatlnn of tlic A fermancHt Throat Dis or Consumption Ii often the Browns Bronchial Troches rc to tho give te F con piive and Throat witli alirays good and Public Speakers Trpthc useful in clearing the voice jfLj STiging and tliriat au unusual exertion The TnUca are tecom by and iinouiils from eminent men an article John UYS1CIAN AXU OfiJco nar Xcal Will attend to all business entrusted to him L Sam ATE 18th Utters his Professional Services to the eiti zens of Lima and PHYSICIAN Office in Andersons over Special attention given to Chronic aiid all diseases of the AND iving been relieved from duty as mcm brruf the Buard of Enrollment of this Dis J h J having proved their respectfully offers his profctsiunal ecr Jiiy year thA of Lima and Of in varicns jiarle of the it ara nnirersally pro other CB to the people of Lima and Of cj ia Saints up Hf uly Krowns Bronchial i utc any of tUe Worthlets Imita be Sold Having permanently located TEJK iv IlllsComriojed of light e pCtfully offer his professional services to troairoou and citizens of Lima Oluw I anjins over Miner iV3 D AND 0 iuld M ASONIC XOT1CJ5I Lima lodge KIOHTS OF STATED flrst and third Monday evenings Chapter KIGHTB OF REOOLAB the firit and third Friday nights of each Lima Council NIGHT OF Uo first Tuesday of each Sbawnce Encampment NIOJIT OP the sec ond Tuesday oveuiug of each Manufacturer of AND BAIR JEWELRY I WATCH Finger Ear breait t hair brace ets of every All kinds of Jew lry furniched at Sew York Work manufactured only to A private room tor Ladies Uair ahingliug A to which no gentleman will bo ad mitted unless accompanied by a Jacobs nai roou ana ucros al infallible in the i ot tho any de uf Digestive 1hcy foe and are i in tare oi Liver eom Mercurial for ii ia lie half three will euro or irr from one to three boxes will HIT case of no matter how Price per Trade by 6i Fallen New TPv oCee orer Lisle Moori Special attmtiav fficai lo all tinrft of aailal and all done iy varranleil lo JIM perfect at u fallows t It t M ItSSrsc E cvej tnd at 1 Beaver Cam and cv and at 1 Li oars from 7 to 7Ji BAXTER con EOS to keep tie nnre Whitr Iriilencc Eist Market Street attention paid to chronic n 1 EIGHT HOUSES AND LOTS I desire to sell each of the houses now bf ing in niy addition to tngetbci with the lots on wbich the same are situate and at such reasonable rates as will suit pur Tlicy will bo and ready or occupancy by the lit of October I will also sell my Cottage On West Market which ti one of tlie most elligible and desirable residences in the for as to enquire a my July Frenchs THE EUROPEAN Hew Opposite City Hall and cornerof Frankfort Spaoions Bath Boom and Barber SerranU not allow ed to receive Do not beliero runners or hackaen who eay are Staley e VT Mi Jfewly farnished and refltted with all the modern Stable room foi AGENT FOK THB CIS Office In Luagins up DOES a General Banking and Exchange Collections made in all the United States and Foreign Coun on favorable terms Speeial attention iven to business with the and oth er Government Matured 710 interest coupons cashed at References 1irst National Bank New and First National nor 22 ire arc prepared tu manufacture work Twenty Per Cent Than any other shop in thlx We al saw lime stone for building Carved or moulded window aud door caps watertable and range work furninUcd to order Shops south of tbo on lot ad joining City TOLAN 4 Exchange I O Tho Exobunge Bank buy and The Exchange Dank buy and sell The Kxchange Uauk buy and soil notei The Exchange Bank buy The Exchange IJank buy bondi Tho Exchange IJank buy and sell The Exchange Bank buy and eell Foreign Tho Exchange Bank noil Rerenue The Exchange Ijank buy Intcrrit The Exchange Biuk receive on depueitcur The Exchange Bank receive on deposltGor rnmcnt The Exchange Bank collect Government The Exchange Bank collect Ptnuion The Exchange Bank collect The Exchange Uauk collect notes i rnort The Exchange Bank collect Individual The Exchange Bank collectMerchantilcac Tbe Exchange Bank scltlo up and collect Icrchnntilc I The Exchange Bank make collections in ivery The Exchange Bank make collections in The Exchange Bank buy and sell on cotn uissiun land The Exchange Hank buy and cell on com lission State The Exchange Bank buy i cclljon commis ion Canal The Exchange Bank buy and sell on com lineion The Exchange Bank buy and sell on com lition Railroad Toe Exchange Bauk boy and icll on corn million County The Exchange Bauk buy and ell on mission Township The Exchange Bank bay and sell on eon motion Town The Exchange bny and sell on eom Farms and The Exchange Bank buy and sell on com mistinn Western in i in a mill It on iti lriii rcmnrrtcl will Till tl Of I il it lho if fl 111 Ji I Il W tllll tii ast tlii w to nidi an i rir aficr all that o tin iKln couM Ilirui nl i tin y w chronic anil revoluionary anarchyjhhip cotntnilit Jnti on ihe one and a IVacu and and hrutul clcspotijin on thu will go raiuli liepublicun instiliitions it has it therefore noiewiry I i II t I th only but it has been aall the Hltoiild gross caricature upon an establish into the with a cd anJ icsjiectable lnarj FO much ahout this to existence women and States had course until mcutcd Lincoln ancc with tho as represented our Government negro State by lho and aud received Tho and Morrow counCer8i wa ernmont selected 1rofefiuor wcro tho democratic I mi fi tin run oine iiiin into a upul abuul a tiil brrvnlilul in aliiv rv tliiit I in ntiil uii men which ithrri in u it tliul thu uolilon considering tlio country of tho State but tbo lu wbich he was how admirably terrible in thcdoublo it with his Bolfnacrififing and biifhis and ina frantic jitj u only Itll auy tioublu quick it was fit and approited took tho in bandjovcr camel priatc lie had been there and dcnounoel tbo untiljlo BcnBOH j found ovtrybodyl lor KOino nnd thus writes home they with the aid of to his frienda in Ohio a in putting il down lJlo ing bin impressions of this tho radicaM havo comicvcr My NOHO wan throwing into e tho club hahbling inrn and The cvcr ue NOHO an Wo find it in tho ClovePcto control of tlicso nly cnOW8 hkiiinctl my land llo says 31arch We are unable to Kiy will bo before ilo Northern tirgra Jhe question of negro IH huen NiihmiUod tj lho Northern HlfttCMii winch muiiin at thu name with thu romills how Of arid county jjonkpy HUit covered with my J ic would navo Dcon a KUCMM croUMj w Boon as ho dlUJbl At my last writing to friends if tho radical polilcians of tho jns tosfrcak Oborlin 24 wo had just had country had been worth a lyMi Of daHhcdoRt an outbreak in tins The there in another matteriovcr you aro lho di shares tho eamo but we lrog camo it would havo been a fiuccws crojUMj as BOOH as ho fjyjbtop lauKh lio it niuflin I tempt at revolution had caused fear1muHt ho attcndud to from wbati jnt walt moro cotnpli lul excitement and the loss of wo aroin lho habit of hearing hut Went property and tome but at Isibt candidates about this time everj put down by tho year wo arc led to believe there arc Since then wo havo pabscd through not as many virutoiis women iu Ihit most exciting and trying country as there ought to and The attempt at revolution put down perhaps not a who like Joseph inthi town of iJelpnois tho recital I j f 11 f rnilEODOKE Mince anil Lmkr lumber yard on the Dayton k Michigan near the The highest market price will bo paid In cash for all kinds of Flax was only in not in It soon came to bo clear to tho Pres ident Ibitt if ho prcsiatcd in hold ing his office ho and bis family would bo assassinated and anarchy would get tho upper So he abdicated and on a French to A pro visional government took the pow but il was a government so full of contrarieties and opposite views that it amounted lo a gov For a week wo hung over lho brink of horrors of all but events havo at length composed We have now a temporary A well selected stock of Dry Pino and Poplar ready fur elso Dressed Siding and Finuhind Orders for heavy Pino Timber for filled at tborust I buy from first and sell low for I want to buy a lot of Ash Something for the sick as well as the Healthy Tucker TTOBNBY AT AJtB Justice of Special attention gireB to all kinds of Col and prompt retanu Claims against the United States are particularly 10 and will Ira suceeaafully presented in properDepartmenti at ape tatisfaetorily Office over Book Stor oner of the TTOLLAUJ BAXTER are in JIL receipt of M tmw 1 vkifh TJST AT THE Bill Tell Saloon A fresh supply of Smoked Tongues and Holland Swiss ud Limbnrg Piji Rhine and Claret Ueoeiring Oysters DOEPKEN and Loots rille ffater Idme in large or ami FLUKE iifin OK A most shocking caso of infant was recently brought to of can boast ofresbning all of which almost makes onoft blood It exbibitii an amount of advances made upon his Voters Hbould learn all they can about ibis branch of Heretofore wo havo been in the habit of advising to discountenance contention and strife about that the harmony and unity of tho party might nol bo and that alter the the party would1 tilc Of others tho con I named New Majorltjngnimtt Majority for Maine ifijrity Mujortty fur ical candidulu for majority on Jliijority a JJiilicnl iovernor olcclod bv n of It in plain enough that tho Had VUI Ul1 AM I MM U W I I 1 1 turpituJoand rccklcssDew that in laU d not want tho lo truly Tho carry tho are Komelhiiig like tho A widow rcbidirig in that place bo victim uf deigning bad stand in to mnrcl on the second of Oct but for this kindly advice we been invariably frounJIy ohu caile1 in neither doe elections without nnd that wai all they It all they want Xccro HnliYutro wouM i by whom Hhe Ictl Into of crime cbnBlialori4 She in conecallnfe cant nti imparlial universal who advocAto tho dii until with of her upon tho birth to an child Mtjmurljlcrjfranchmcmoril of wbite men by tho that hidlu hlr lho cvidenco We propose now tOHtiggft a nor jn orrjer to tho negrocM now ly tho iiadicaU their party from ii to ilo doom cinlJ tak to the wfshed myS were out ol1 JolSco enough vote for Then lllo tl J i who lias not been in us been tli io coul Jew mateSfchaiS1 uo TLi the going and I do not know when either Peck or i will see Thin needs but little The Profeasor has seen Africa as il really and not throngb the hn manilorian and fanatical with which he formerly surveyed The result that bo wishes that his dear ones wore oat of the and speaks of the raortb lately passed as being tho most try ing of bis When foreign representing our negroloving is not safe with bis we can form a pretty correct estimate of the state for no ono who doca not eland tlie home and the finding troat every limo be in in a a jeaj jn a A It might bo well to vote for none examination of tho cibild re but church mcmbcra bat there lho Jact that ft was Hoathero Con HO many hypocriu in the ehnrcbes wlicn When found It wo woutl that it IB unsafe to vote for any The inferunces aro Wo aro getting this thing of anarchy and the kind of society that There is no better way to vert a Badical from the crrorof opinion than to send him to Traveling on the Jiisaisaippi is abont as safe as running smith shop in a powder who holds tbo inft matco lipuin Now on the moro vvoaM then command tba pretty badly yet wo are undoubtedly for if one roan meets another on the public road liasnt every mnn a right for bia own edification wo bore hero we expect nothing belter than that tbo wellmean ing democrats ol the who tbink the democratic party exists for the purpose of infusing into government great and good instead of helping men e offices for them to make princip to little money oat of will pay no attention to the many stories that may be told by candidates and their friends pewiatently veto for the men who they think competent vid moat probably Wert The boldest man that signed the Declaration of was Charles a Catholic most distinguished foreigner that aided the colonies in their straggle with Great was La Pay a Catholic the first European power that recognized the independence of the United WM Catholic Prance the best expounder of the Constitution Chief Jtutiee WbatiriH be done with Ihia unfor J11MI lunate woman has not yet ran She no doubt bo pun iabcd for this of hu man and divine But who deserves lho greater of civil war O After tho Revolution had in our country covered iqnare Jn 1860 by voricus acqat this bad grown to S and by tbe it U square Tho extended to more than fonr tinMl iu stce oigbtyfonr yean a faet which Foorta r 53 I raifo aii J from Maion and jf Ino lotto cod of J niitil we woold cxtingoUh the lout Abolition foothold oo the continent of   

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