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   Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 21, 1867, Lima, Ohio                                ino Alien County D A V D f S09 Public or re 4 RATES OP ADVERTlBir ti V tl i t tit i i t I I I v C J t B I t Xj I 1 I Til fa 1 t o lL low us VOLUME WEDNESDAY AUGUST NUKUJEIini U I 6 t Time Business Th eternal v a s t I1 I m uUi A Mr i II i i a CK Ilcas Judge b fe IH County m 4 Speech of ACT notion fo T vl La h t u on wr wrll H v t Wtit ur bv lMurarol aitti M I Mr S rult n a MI M luirul y or y tlfVtfr rw j tvilli MI nt esprit from lud I I i tour which we biIicvc B lh jcutUiuen ir VJjUlC M M as Aittittint of on M The following eloquent IQ rj 4 maitunin uur lurm o fxeoilciit H vuo I S 1C Mlt Cut u in ESIiiES to say that he is nowfrom tt hjKHch delivered which we have found IMlara very a Liearid run who Iicn InMir ti after nnd ruuning the old H nt Let us neriMil no und wo hhuuld he lite n Hipp M t II KU IKt J not OoBLeJ Sasli Factory i 1Kr T In and prepared tc be Jet U3 nerepl no unJ wo hhuulil we J1 on iho 11th aa final give u un txtciiJcd iutn o il iir ntont Jorcibly the nn jtuiiii5 not iliU I A I A Hcuvtt IT tins tin n nine pe HniuMy trd ol nvvrn ItuJinuft jrar 1 he A born in 1770 poor hut irwjMMlubV t S 1 i policy of accepting the tlnn 1 charged that Hie lite lUnt noxvfto constantly repeated by the We shall save our inililutiona publican had been in ivivivo lilNl jcnrn of Uvr wen c DirectorJcAcu Ri IWH HOORS ic lMonKrels and their parrot our ciliijrtfll cvoll as SASHf words our oujht to shame every one of them into they hail violated llio em ht jitaUorin at in Ho Una il Maj tin n wl in with oven a private t iiovrn up n Jiut lio i i i tnnun I OF T K ITOKNEV AT up JIu aUo ruus A Irouipilj KV AT Got up in a superior and i 1 inlo filence j monl juai anleiM ol in ti in nl into society in w niiST M ATKIU A lM us XVQ Democnits will Tho noting of the Cynslitiitioii for the n uhiI Kin nt in Si llu ftlmirtttiun io dead integrity ted Staler done some very individual thai il Ly lie han the jrahmwy ol At nn fa1 of Jtepublican the arid indiscreet lliingn but il niid trampled alinoHt prrtrct I no a lender ntlni preservation of mainJAill not bo iVom to cuit iliu rights tUo StuUs tlml it wili llio ivmaiitini li tor A bop i nnd in IOH Joveriiment the jilace cvonln n numoioiu Constitution thai it han tollo belong thu railiinl ol P to rsT i K G x i A11 In connection with tbe ami is pretenCC of Our Constitution and tludo that all the preversity and ioluMirped povern lor the rVdcrul and IH every xvay to DKKriri ALL Ol AT LOW i lc manly engendered in tlio betxveuu kind Are these dead and le i Especial Attention given to tine of the Court All Klndrf of Lumber Constantly Jovo for them and For Sale I iven to ProUato our fidelity may bo d may bo hud its origin atone restore the Inion uher tinsnlnuis of tinparly ii n Ion our xvorthi Ond of the Pennsylvania o cverv rebidlious and and pditi i Flourinirdrcssea for 50 hundred ness for them and our cnjoyincntiConirCtes hue not at all of Suite rovrrnml i k i 1 i 1 IJ ii P iJ 44 4 11 t q TTOHXKV AT LA Thankful fur the liberal patronage bestowed j mfty deuj but 1 iliu Uc truats nrft till tllC ttl 0 bC full and t Tlio dutitt noliStlr t her rind iwnuu ll cltiNiVi v to cur if lior rum I M rt tcudv to aiUnd to nil 1 1 i i bis 01 i h ma T I fume of the aioit valuable i i James bo but the issues illudlraton oi tbo trutli bettled in it ia a truth he principles in a uiullitudc of United Suites j thai it intnu xvliich underlie them are us oi acts have been a over tbe Kternal They lelllaiid spitefully of unknoxvn I ahml tinptmr vUry lielorp bright na t liko the wo willjiy Iind indefinitely and arc itny xvhero unlrn rniirnrl in nd forget nothing and Icurn nothing than by j that it in and in Lrrn ticultd that lllrc ubedienee to tbe ol Uinlo nnd Miro of tlio lnvn nl hrr f I viMufi i io do all nf dirlv xvmk for Inirnun fruiiily I REiALj folly to roBiat the i would the county to One its will not Hubmit to accoinplifihcdiiicy to to ermitt or i the Jt is a It tiJO mot objeetioiiable of ol the for wbirh tommouly known arf theijieople patriotically thai U ofoliee whiidi deprivo Federal Jovern It t I t lit I I 4 bo xv rev J5uL who President ol tho power to renunl into n Imperial lo furllier the mmlileited matron lliOU in lioxv mining Major to Iho ol iiT you honor to into MU h IHow nainrd and bcllC l f Slti f I Iiftiiiiltl5 E JN H AT T i ri ho lor n in uiiothiT in ti ffomi tini fir ho iiretl y hho idmiidoncd the tlian having a und nntl look tin w tin TMn another llauds parly xviih tlifin an a luriiirr Hin Tiiuriii apprarnrie ani M I t H I I I n t 11 i i family 1 D ta a1 IjUiiucsi Notary lvuMirr will m t uuiiiio 1ay 1 il i t i vi i 1 Special Noiiec OJhcc MaiU 1 1 ir aa foil i North John F il iui in over s Lamison 4 AT V over Htfcmera to a Allca and adjoining ilrom its thai iln aspiralionsLrcS3 to provide lor the maiimjri proving ronelusivdy may not bo iu efforts under iUseeinj charge he t I J V I I I f f A KB b m A A v v v y i fc i i t i i v l V i T I I When liini lorcign lllc io ly A I O U J l canic lo aro Ulirilicjt to at bo ow AM willi cnoryy every set 1jrlii in u I i i ii i lli A NIUIITS ami ibi each Iho CoiUtncnlml Alliance isobstruclrJ Uy iheinubil u nnd clear manner I 1 4 d 1 r V I ril tf 1 uu Couuell Ou the firat 44 44 1 A Irvine AT f Xiiiiir Tucetlay ol each IL L Sliauiiec Kncanipinciit on llio hloudy lieId of A ru of Scuiitc IJ cvuiirm xKKTo 11 AVi A VKi I M Ill 11X The irrctt siatesiuan was boweu to the hope was as a 1 hid etloru A ae ul Itroken hearted ho Dialed JJoII up the map of fuHown Whllhrr We f iu vv It H thai liJtV riddKd in n hirvice f ur tUoll His yeaih in nru not u h intlilcl tin L r uiit moment litcmdlo liy nrial Lui ilinn nrnJ heart hrokn of her hulkv nn t f liuvo not a word lo a our Mr Km h is I thr not jiiite an 11 Hipp Itit the I of tlio lady the u to liin nmbilionn the every where now pur llic uun in I m Mtnirli with nnd IIUA b bcfiriMrn lor nuvvral I i pnyHinaim who n lentl wrllf b UUi llny Vicru employed to f her thai n r t ti ut 1 0 cvcrj Tuesday und T livAVcr Ham st J jourp frim T V HAKlKK K F you a uf A VtiTKI paiclicc in the Slate nnd KJeral Xifiiir OF the acc uri Will make aiiI Cvciuiic each Office In An J culled tlio can r ol hu Njb I Tivrt0 LOU N upon i TIII rope for half a and weeks ugu a special civii lint fur ihr that Napoleon had posL Oiljct iopaitmenL policy ol of Portao ronn titunriKturul ail uurlliwi t 1 i John TAKE o f V taincd to universal dominion Auni to the Iostmasler lieneral tiifr would havo bti nj U u f tria was despoiled of Uer JaiiXbt Ju jiij detected any tilulitr t ienipt til Tlir rofifiivi slavery was ll if i Krrvt Brig R 9 npn I it I iifii v i Jena and E Prussia was huniblcd to the dust and that tlio 1usl Friedlaml fullowo1 arid iho inon had admitted tiial book Uu arch uf the North bowed his bctu Up A b t r 4F by Upu hunjnr declared in o the in a Stalf IV of JUYSICIAS AK fifiice near Xcal llo Will attend tn all 1 ft i Uotr dclisbtful wLilc en trusted to him llus rcaiuved her CURIl i urrrr MY r s I rj tire t aiiJ by Tc I Uy Kiuj if Ibird New Sam ATI Aa ty bead befoiv the imperial Napoleon was His vacaieil tie llirono of HAIR JEW lh 3 uud tuul Uglily went lugi itivcu from lo HIGH and bvin vnw iVhLn to sec coluftd uc Itic weic tJ the heut4 ill Ibeir buJy I Col brullitr raiiJi tho pn I t frum t ij vurti f on TO iho other that aided in lo rnuiii liar lie ceascrl 1uuSenate the lo Hie rilan iliu nan under lite Tciiurool a Ollijo llio old a un itineruul writer hieiUeiiant nn u t JjcMtH tliw or M m J V in c There ar Services ty lUe tv LimaattI viciuity rs 43 W EST OF TIIC SCHOOL JLouis was kirg of lloliuiid in The lyr lilo 0 Viuc IVoM Kintf of ilUa uyiiliud ihu NonU siic ot ilia Will King of The ConfoJera i To i i Ouc DoUar jcr Pound fur Hair to eighteen inches at lion of tbe llhino guarded bm i The Dukcdum oi araaw stated oltiecr of tbo action oi and adds You arc nnd that raceclaim thai the ollicc tho gill ot the na t g uoa ehult be filled by a lor Iho N j IF Truth JiMI en it f tlie Ironi Ihu OUii Sun lUt uf I i f t 1 i ID fUate Journal loi 1 VM AnU bw J iruth eruhhcd itto turlh ait t IVayer by iho by Lincoln r Journal ol yesUrduy iiirf over F i 4 to makckaownto uicaus of ail who desire he will send copy of used of he directigns for preparing and using OK I vhich they will find a BCVK CCBK lor I N AND Under tho Lima June 11 E O D O K MAYO read and iho wbtlo tbo radical Jai Jiiown presented jicli Writben in doubt ivbull io lor power or n ii surrotindud by I womliipjH 4 I 9 Bsoxcum Throat and Lung J Ihtonly object of the advertiser in 1 He to benefit the and which he conceives tobeacj ho hopes auiforur will try ae it will coat the in been relieved from duty as a mcm of Enrollment of this Jiu offeta his professional tcri pie of Lima and Ofj s np ail L thu bo n db union r iculii oi tlio If tho P ocri F nnu right roust MD may prove Parties tturu will please uddrass EDWARD Kew York ty IUT5ICIA5 AND OJ5Ccd AREHOUSE Jk lumber yard on the Dayton Michigan near the The highest market price will be paid In cash for all kinds of Flax Grass Ukving permanently located would protfaMy offer his professional services to e p on C ntitens of Lima and Office in 1 wgau over Exchange way be Unee Market to CD lBLiinatatKrcnchfi Uol Medical lii ioiluWi t at tJw on ilay 19 June an 1 surgical J 3nly 28 1 6 la at the Sidney m Mon 37 i2 20 31 particular attention paid to chrontc March U2j April 15 May 2 at the Fontaa HAVING teaiurs i the Thrift toaatcd in respectfully IIIMBEBWINGU A well selected stock of Dry Vine and Poplar ready for also Dressed violent I il h r tis services to H 3 J2 Cyae has practized in Lima over ciglit tie inoft cmincot success he form of chronic benefit tlxe tliacoverios in all ef charge for cocsul but cash for Conaalt t und you as to tic nature of yuur ft fcvUwciity ic and private it his pro aaJ for the treat Siding and Finisbind Orders for heavy Pine Timber for filled atshortcst buy from first and solllowfor want to boy a lot of Ash nit i ries They command the Bupport 0 reinoved eighteen wbite of the leading statesmen and widows from thcatrcet political T hey were id DOrae eart force of tbo corpora declared to be an aiodern appliacoos a ment of every class j Office in Collins North atside thctreat Twrieiy of Sqaure of GeuUezaan who tiUrcl tit y tiara fro in all euccw of youthful will icr the sakd ofsefferioghu sead rue c all who need re ti hi EIGHT HOUSES AND LOTS final settlement of tho issues of culled It A I O slavery as connected with the eral Tho people F We have thoroughly endorsed But i hi iitt H9b wt HI1 tion for the purpose of putting AirrKtnfin in their taken the pains to make and Iho status of riij of and justice BocorrcHpondonco between Andy and The Kcpublican daro no fuse to nominate Langsto iOtne other member of the African if lhat people resolutely re That they WILL EXECUTIVE T qu thoroughly endorsed them Qf lhfl aa ine BiaiB5 ctbobest of rca80DS for bck and and Hale navi flf tho whito men f t If this is to bo tho order of God help our fo Secretary oi Giddings refused to accept the placed to and on the repeal of the A f wih lou on Swishes Office over lislo A i suck reasonable wuuuit and all vorb done by me warranted to k o by c r CaJdr Xt t V 0 7 r 1 iTVTEAS UN Staey ho I I E a hereby gircn that the undersigned divorced from hii we considered as entire dt aud that neither Will Kcwly furnished and refitted with all At Tii Stable room foi they tbe which in and has room for tho ano ted of Chase and is than ivon Cottage On Market most clHgible and desirable riaeaees m the which those laws were Who shall dare to say what facts Adwrtwer are accomplished Who shall pro men Seventeen Irish diet the ways which are past findwidows and bave had the bread suatched from their t cingiDie ana in oat the sitnanaa the breaa Bimwueu as to enquire if it be 15 the cowardice mouthes for the purpose of j orthe weakness of a negro to sustain we July the lireothers UbU may accrue 1 THOMAS TiU fold cheap BAXTER are in receipt of 20 tons of 1 H OF 3fJll Vt e iarW BAXTER sell the wrong is never established Wheeling which is acknowledgedLourees of are never aCCODl the What was done in be doue in the Iforth us soon as the by all to be the best UUUICCO UI CYll f Truth wagesagairistthem fiadicals deem it discreet to how wearies J tbeir The ville at FLUKE upbiuu Tfadt strength never spirit everywhere is to bo crowded out never an4 it is the ncjro Sir u I Tba suhjoioed billetdoux rwchj JobnBona cd this office yeaUrday Tbe following is tbe subsequent in substance ExCCtTIVE have appointed wears 8 ggreen edatur boston post newspaper j boston July il you dont stop using such abu sive language about the Kepnbli can party an tbe coloured people every darned irishman cathoiick will have a rope put round bia neck an every darned catboHck church will bo burnt down or pul led down darned No Boston the beginning of Iho crtmade spoons s tho Democratic party to t is stronger than before srince 29 and is growing stronger doy bydi has bt a fearful gCKxi old si is right sidd prow pot to tbo little Htllu roore boldness tittle tnoro watching on deck Itho ship of State will rido in u harbor of pcaia and we can CVoutf In U0 Wo see it stated that Uaj does not mean to resign his teat Congrcas until after tbo elsctu He wants to be sure of tbo t kick you out DKPARTM Andrew yield to snperior U C and in tbe banh before he go the t io his It is not litre death and that be b bo bo wants to raliy his aid the gentlemen Mr tbo narder to batoVim elected   

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