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   Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 26, 1867, Lima, Ohio                                fpf Ctmnty If r 1 4 OF of A a oat I i esplWiaf att ad iroM of col aoccofiarU for publi bat U a of goofl An irtU not U Interest In eouaty solicited torn any of the Time Ball M fcatf fcalf ill Fomttu to and vlth oao VOLUME DNE8DAY JUNE NUMBER eaf efl Butinest Marble LI Kg arrf re J 00 Pleas Judge Judge Attorney Clerk Audi IAMB v lot ti M Directors o B 0 FU CliU Oa after April 1867 Stations Sandals will ai f Many TTORKBY AT In op promptly attenw m ESIRES to say that be U now Musaer Sash Factory to fnroUh to order Got op in a superior and OF T E BEST MATERIAL Ht alto runs MARBLE WORKS TOLAN special Tbe the TO EA1L BO AD President of rrtlllS Entablithroent it a Between Creat IBB they were delaeyd by a freight train off the orj bvmocratie a part of ila cart Thit they do nol believe jlearned ut one of the anJ cinnrvli Enquirer hftl IK there onlil they of the Doniocrittio orffatn informed that the track woa clear Mti0u been at live in the circo in the flight ttui moat of the laiion of nWi and other men on tho train wrrc uinrnU Uutt obmllODCtJ lo Putt A to ua rout a r r ri1 Jcr I X of tbe wellknown Delpbos bas fnraisbod M O 3ST TJ Foot 1ST T mcrils of a unconscious of tUeir of everyday hcAy coal curt u ii tt pereonu jwlio eiy ncccwary io of every individual iuvrs and llio strict c the that our trnin by an J boTn the nnhapp for fifteen jnoi nhvoyn the descent of a heavy era Ho loot on a railroad iit m BnwJ which 9twn and bas in every ease given perfect ribt In ibo to tbe attnoYaeturlnf wide Tuckin o no t iOrU i tax riddl couJiiioa hn Cflmw to In The enineer of the It may be an admitaionol ilcara mar of and yet I The work furaUhedby firm very In tbe pro duct ton of finely moaancnt or j W f HV A if id AT m Ctpeeial atteatton giroa lo Probate J fllfflMSl In witb tbe aad U pre pared to DUE3S ALL KINDS OF AX LOW 1 Where All sUnda of Couattutly are l our railroad this and Fur Hale I at the o aontu oi We hare io our employ tbe best workmen A 5 C tt fi40 55 UO 3i7 UOO TTORSKY AT be found al bis office during to attend to all business ed to bis Also Notary in Demosrat Flooring dressed for 50 cents per hundred Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed the and challenge any shop upon tbe establishment he trujUJweitern u to receive a share of tbe inblic July north GOOD WORK A James MBrown Suoeeuor to Lee A TTORNEt AT k Hal of tbe most valuable io the Marble will farn to a Bn what aiimirulion of a clatt of men whom a vast burden of in tho mailer of human tram nni constantly iniruHletl 1 roier tu to meet the runaway if f A no break their force aud motive in iiscU it a marvel oi inhis Uis locomotifA frcjght and ho had oct in form and uiditahcaj govern rocU the penttiblo lo the wan Is of civiliza it is one of Iho finest inntru I Jlorace boiuUiU vt and few r the ciiicit und In an ho or tho Imd the 4 ft thaidrnct i in where t circnln cnndMnte tor I Yet Unto con I aigiritf lo detaclitNl and Mtowvnl ihiro ih mnjori put on cUnm of Iho Abolition ticket were Tlnrre nre of ol n who or al Irani ihink ih unnhln lo tnko A a Tho man who controls these thirty toiiH of organircd iron which xve cull a cart utrack him a and pushed his engine back on the On Ihc other we hare to anjr othrr white UU lollor iu the profound ifnortui hialory and Jrith Sohuyltrt motlte pud Jitd ho tucro be IV even coal at ihj price ol Iwo dollurt per rutb in tngkt balf the rntlt in Whilo tra xve can a muni McurciuUoriy nnd many holheelf rofipcclnndflelf wcre ai0 but 1 have tomciiaietttitood bcAile in but berulc ol itifiutandt of takrt the ed many Jim engine tho North alono who ara abtu lo to ExprM 10SO I1J4 I o14 WOQ 1 1045 tbo coonty to QnO trad uo plat and diagram Tbi is ebolee adjoining the town plat of and well John A TTOUNBY AT Brick Fire ballr REDUCED PBICESf And wo respectfully request a call Iron any who are in need of sncb Sawing alt of marblo by steam at maaafaotare work Twenty Per Cent w Brick Fire Ofioeln Asbtoas brick good wood hoase Prompt personal attention will band all new and on olher DOP in rvej to all profMsional baiinoti mfjjB saw lime stone for bail SP t I K H A A Weal John i TTOKNBY AT Will attend promptly to aH legal business so lime ttone for bnilding or moulded window and door eapi One vacant corner ttortb of watertable and range work farntibed to 50x20tt of Bliaabeth ilreet OBtb of g On lot ad joininc City Orenayer makes application for additional WUlattena prompuy w Ennaniation uf aaaiuonat pennons entrustod to his proaecutei all claims fwr widows HAH ever Brown si TOLAN i oAoe of 1rorision oetldtf Lamlaon AT minors or Notary will make ex amine Pay ASONIC NOTlCJfil Exchtnge Office oTer Holmes A Will promptly attend U all business Mtrast to PracUco in AUea and adjoining Tiekot Agt Irvin Bricev TTOKEVS AT s or STATIO first and third Monday of each Tbe Exchange Bank buy and sell The Exchange Bank buy and sell TKe Exchange Bank buyandsell Tbe Exchange Bank buy The Exchange Bank bay A sell Tbe Exchange Bank buy and sell Eutcrn Exchange Bank bay and fell Foreign Special Notices A A or A Bore Reqaires Immediate and should be if allowed to Irritation cf Permanent Throat 1U or Consumption Is often the Browns Bonchial Troches to tbo fire For con and Throat aeed witb always good M fingers and Public Speakers flad Tribes aMfulin clearing tbo roice before Eiuging or Speakingr relterias tbt tnroat after unusual exertion ef the rocal Tbe Tracbes are reoom Asadeda4i4 proooribed by and aafe Bad tMtiaonials from eminent men iUrougkoul the Being an article true and having proved their effica ey bj a last af oaeU year U new ia parts of tne and tie Troches are universally pro Will C Will make act all business Oftce dersoai two doors north trans In An NIOHTSJ or third Collett TTORSEYS AT HOTABIES Council A or BKOULAB the first Tuesday of each FOB Tbe Exchange Bank sell Rerenae The Exchange Bank buy Interest The Exchange Bmk receirovn deposit cur rent The Exchange Bank recetreon depositOof ernmcnt The Exchange Bank collect Government Tbe Exchange Bankcollect Pension Tbe Exchange Bank collect notes Eucampment The Exchange Bank collect notes A morl AKO Militaiy Claim Agents k attention giron to Uing procuring Bounty Businoa transacted in the German Office fa Onto ond Tuesday ereniog of each TAKE 4 O Has removed htr SWITCH CUBLA HAIR JEW John IITSICIAK AND DIGO Tbe Exchange Bank oollectMercbantiU ac The Exchange Bank settle up and collect Mercantile Tbo Exehange Bank make collections in erery Tbe Exchange Bank collections in Tbe Exchange Bank bay sell on com missiun land Tbo Exchange Bank buy and sell on com mJssioa State Tbe Exchange Bank bwy Jk sell on commU sion Canal Tbe Exchange Bank bay and sell OB com mission Railroad The Exchange Bauk buy and sell OB com OP THE SCHOOL aailroad Bonds Koal Wilt attend te all j tbe Kortb tide of tbe Wifi pay better thaa other articles Obuia only Broaebial ami sot tmke any of tbej Worthless Imita that be gold etery Uuloess entrusted to bin Sam ATE ISta Oflerf bis Frofesdonal Serrlces to eiU of Lima and f W TaTSICIAH AKJ Office In Andersons over One Dollar aer for Hair Twelro to eightoen inches at TJndor tbo Lima Jone Exchange Bank bay and tell OB nlsiap County The Exchange Bank buy and sell on com mlssiun Township The Rxcbabge Bank buy an4 sell on com mission Town The Exchange Bank buy aad soil oa com mission Farms and The Exchange Bank buy aad toll on com million Wejtora EIGHT HOUSES AND LOTS HEODOKE MAYO and all diseases of tbe Special attentioa ffirea to Caroaio j j lo M of BOW ing in my addition to tojretber withr chc tote OB whichtbe same ara and at sucb reasonable rates as will suit jtur Mice ami inter TalboUa of ligbt vatQntnctfd extraeU from roots and herba ef the medical infallible in the of diseases of tho or any do ottfce IMgestirc They of and IITSIC1AN Hiring been relieved from duty as a mem btr the Board of Enrollment of this Bis respectfully bw professional ser e to the people of and in Saints up They will be for ooenpancy by tho lit of October I T Jiiciwgaa I will also sell lumber yard on the near w tbe track when a train coino flying and barv observed with bound lees tbe man whoso and pluck tlic safety of that train BO largely IIis loft hand on the hia right on the reversing if thai bo its body bent forward and keen ly scrntenizing the track lost the tremcnduous momentum of meeting with so mo should daub instant into a horrible llowf can a man bo Weighed down with aucii a responsibility and not be a stron ger and a more selfreliant man Some years with a it WAS my fortune to be on the Eric Railway when tbe engineers en gaged in a general I sided with tho believing them to bo At tho Susquohan na Station wo a Urge body of more than I ever seen together at ono Theywore nol nor nor buf I what I LOW that they were the finest body ol operatives I ever each the manager of iuch a wonderful they found at least one admirer that Some of tho mowi remarkable ex hibitions of courage bavo been made by men of tbls A few years ago my frieud On wbo has driven the locomotive for the mail on tho Morris and Essex for twenty years at with faultless was once by snow on the for several but received explicit orders from the superintendent not that splended officer who ban lately resigned his office oa that go for tbe road was no other train was on this AlUr satinlying him that ho had not misunderstood the iioleit the so mm it oa a 4lcep down in round ing a sharp came on a train that was ascending the same grade under full head of Io an instant he whistled down tbo and reversed bis The noble under such a tre mcnduoua at if fully aware of the and threw itself back toarort Meanwhile the other engineer bad done tho samo thing with hit loco motive but it wat possible only to modify tbe Together rushed those two ing and reluctant their joint weight not less than sixty with the gathered monuntrim ol their following They rone like two furious standing on and in a trice the and joy with and fiflr ol place ahock that no Jivca WCPO Thevhetn in tlie handi those whonrr twenl had he broken the foreo of theiUomocralic r und hasj in hin way clone lint t prurea ftl of liia are man 0 name beneficiaries prenented him Rome elegant silver with the their namoti on When atkod why and a paper of the kind deed iuclf and OR of and without which they are always liable to bo Iwl I The of the Democracy know this and wo hear thai he did not abandon man u facia re ri of all oa J nnd weallhv men thonght I hml better die thnn to at tho full clcc plunk down money by the my destroying It tens of of to tlr culate pttpera whose have brought about the terrible itaio ol that now Troth U and if H bad boon placed before the peo we would now be living In a republic of a U us noli if the Democracy of ilia North a heroic Let me relate ono more incident in the same Thai part of the Marietta and Cincinnati railroad between Athens and the Ohio river was formerly made famous by the number of its long and hfglt tres tle Witb few nre now filled nnd the rond is becoming one of the At one timo the company were in great And many of their op eratives were Some of tho men wcro as the fact proved On a certain evening a train WAS approaching one of trestle It WOK known that the directors of tho road were and some villain had determined lo throw tho whole train tho The cngin west had to I they would not now bo paying their and thousands of dollars annually to the Government in the shape ol illegal and unconstitutional taxes Moro money is now being wrested from the pockets o tttu Democracy of the alono than it would cost to lay beforoovery lam iiy in the States ol Michigan and Iowa a good Democratic paper every week in and more than would be letting hia tiain run at or j sufficient to buy out every dinttry suddenly Suites above tbata rail bad been displaced on tho Ho seemed to know instinctively that the momentum was too great to SATO tle whole and be signaled tbe breaks down and rercried the to stop if the cars beforo reaching tho open ing the the engine sprang forward so violently M to break the connectionwith and dashed to tha awful The bold as this was going ran out of bis window on tho engine and opened standing tboro tbo engine went over with him marvellous to falling under the bage was preserved from being rUHbtfd by tbo engine beJI at hin Tlie for tho rescue of which bo bad exhibited sach in credible stopped just soon enough to escape the horrible leap after the This bold mans name I have not board but he re covered from his and is an honored of the We glory our heroes of the bat tlefield and tne sea we stand all agog witu admiration if some fool Uli man or more foolish woman as cends Monttilanojnst for the name of the foat we talk about Alexan dcr and and in boat in the may not my harable pen glorify the he macb i new were a wreck jroee of the iocamotivo who were alao i M nobie and rjueewortb most town of and dcairmbte tvaiiUbces in tke fAlL Lirar oom llerearial HvodlUry for piUia tao aalfl o jfisa one thrao one te I of mo snatkor bow rrioa far Trado mOTI Jt Jsmyf Taltom For as to enquire at 1IUT8ICIAS AND LAM la 1 July perjaaaantly Irefferhis p of LUaa and Ottce The highest market price will bo paid la for all of Flax ixjjjjmi them were aa nobie and priieewortby usury vi IITII AIIIUIIirillleaPfrom bia btttt And Utey do thia m the IIINlIlQ I ITU IVUoving hando from tbo Urern constant fierme of the whichIontrolIeJ itjieetood reaof families wUo every boor of tbe olutc as a rock at post naiil the twentyfour are represented on the and of tbe All bonor Wo have oartelrci heard men that they coo Id not afford to take a newspaper whirh 12 per and we hare wen tbotc in timo than it haa taken to tell more mon ey in drink and tobacco than woaUJ pay for a pa por one There no man poor bat can aave threefonrllii of one cent per day and yet that amount for hundred and twelve working day in the year would more than pay for a good family Tlicraluc of a paper in a family M an educator of children and learning to and of adulU in miacellaneotit and general mat can hardly be orereaiimated It it a teacher alwajf present and ever plcaaant and On educational alono no faro ily can do without a The Democratic county and townthip can really do ifulegood to the canst except by laboring to increaae the eiroatatfon of Demo We bcfltiuj of and bl and giMrc of bi to Me one toM up no end of braw h ol a TUe flrat ditcotery of Pennnrlvania was made in said thai engaged in eat tin elm at night and in the morning fa all Shortly ed several i them lo and ored to sell lite io fjhow tho people bow to do WM rwardeu a an S and HUralty driven frcni The Colonel tried experimfl out bntalwajn la ing erghijeare and aubaoquently inaano and died in the land I urn In after oneyeara confinement a A FEKKDMAIY wtio TACOHT TO JUAO TUK The followlog little in occurring in tbe atrtttt of a fow tluco Army M Mf y ored friend eta yen read Army Cbaplaln Oiad Shall I yon n pa 0artint you p FOBic Army Chaplain What paper woo Id you ob yea Ill take a paMi Tho chaplain looked at tj trabaidr and conlrabai chaplain i then tbe latter and Tel Oh for air afi yoang tt a young man wUo her What is different watch and a fodder bed Sn Boot ought to with leading and prominent and upend a por tion of the money obtained for electioneering in tbe cir culation of Democratic Unlil wo can bare a concerted uni energetic move in this behalf tbere V e ttcken ob Jo watch on Jo Now KH a liitle of public aeDtlineat written to other explanatory of tbe one published a fear dajs It In girl cot four n in the All May AE We do net eoaflscate loyal meo nor onl tbe ow filled at sootiest hUTalves tbe beroet of tbe anil w the steam lo escape without tbowand Umet ten Our war can furnish no if they would I At A SPA hi A f faw men noteooo I some innocent wen wif Tbiei written in dteUtorfftl M A li f v Wee f Taas aad W K e r d DOES a General Banking and X buy from first bands aad of than Maiolay in Tbie written In ft dicUtorW i atinj irliicb what bat would that Tbnd sick Kxebann CoIloetioDf nacle SomOthiUfiT for U all tie Daltod Sutot aad COM TTAftlthv torau attmfioaf W6U M UlO AeoiUiyi giren to wifk aad otb er Oorernment MaUnd 7W interest coupons tSubeii at Bolotoacaa Tint Hauonal Baak Hew aad aor AT THE TTOjVVBT AT At the of the Morrig Railroad and Orange may be seen a fragment with one The other be lost in the wreck I have Had he bad nerve to face dan be would baveeecaped alaoia Poor fellow Tbo wbo tioed the lTri7T iriJa to bay b IB off iubamWe but bold had tbe entire eon f two exea GoalJ froei till Aad Oej saade feist a Aadaotlt Aad lliora H tkis daj f tf I tro of tbo matter of cofit aad would exereieo it at bia diacre lion upon a baala of it will be neceaaarjr to eatabliab aome law ia regard to tbe and will barn to A DuCdiBaav from tbo bo fdrmod upon tbo orino of trealoUy of btrt it ia qulto doar bowtreaidlnf In A TTeiUrn editor wkbee vbetber the taw recently mgfcinot tbe carrying o weapone apptUa to carry pilU io tbeir Two fait yoaof iuai ing homo after anisjble aaw tbo Ooo inaitted it wae th that it waa tbe to leare it to ftmt ctvan tb Be aUo bad batft out oo a roet bat toy and I bavo a bet whether tu tun or tbo taoon now and were agrood to hare f I tbonid bo very bapp you 1 am a and boitn ont al sjtoro ia MaoM aold to OPJUN j JtMtioo Onto Beth DLLASl Jk BAITEK eon aad ed UadsoTCoI mr IP IBBP mot jraoavvo FLO qialitj et tte Vaite4 met wbo J FOE cor ATX cur BAlTEReelI the rkieaU fwrtjetwj It to tkt best AJiCINED to flu Mirif v v f t H tbo frtMUat Iwtl oaa a   

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