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   Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 18, 1867, Lima, Ohio                                he Allen Connty IB1CID BVIKY WIDXISDAT IT pAVIO FISHER AKD Public TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION in ay No pspsr will be sent out of the of nntil paid t accompanied by the name and ad of the not neccessarily for pnlili bat guaranty of good An rooucommunications will not be ITEMS and of general interest to unty eolicited from any oftbe RATES OP ADVERTISING n lu ill i half nnuj half fa jt t with VOLUME WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Business I u 1 I 1 1 I J of NUMBER 0 Ii T i ln U icnatiiros ilthey aro There in one other light in which will take hint and cnn i to say that he 18 HOW running the old Mussor Sash Factory Tn and prepared te furnish to order Got up in n superior and OK emialHof the TJII KICIIT OK mFii up l d OX TUB NI2CIIO It is not the mere exercise of the elective franchise by tho however corruptible that element xiMiTii j may that should most engae lamni on n attention and awaken tho solicommo of white men incomes for tellCAT jtudo of tho American people W so it a the tho inquiry should in what manner to a that can Th will it affect interest of cause pro it of tho they Pan invent it tho ballot box The immense falling off in bui tl in j hio haviinorx I 1 fllMetiini of of V I I tn iho bin the following white voter Erery cause anJ tllat Ver3torruplion help thinkin duccan effect and the action we of t in otrict I i lanjri I i lin tho fi I i tint to rxiccil it voliT in ntlMil ho nl u iinf cf ronvor nf forinrr v IHI nil Hpjisiii it alt llu it llirri in inncli npiilhy in our 1iirly all oviir tlu Stnio ni I h in iuy luiir from Tolinln Im UK riiK TTORSKY AT LIMA OF up All nijitly cd lie also runs a i TV o j while voters bo attended by ho mate and inevitable TIM MATEHIAI iOFFIrA1 PAPER ba b tho their fM L TTOBNKY AT In with pa red KUKSH ALL KINDS JAT LOW 1AII Kinds of Convtaiitly c and For Sale Wllil will that result be is i question 18 T onlv to the men of this nVrr PKN CMS OF TIIJror a tliat as a mpt it cll which politician The g will OPPOSED TO NEGRO but to Hiiecccdmg Vonr duty to your children demand of you a and lhc f a onto havoabolihhcd Hitpi U distinction cstjiblihod is p I hy a paying fur TTORXKY AT forSfl per DEMOCRATIC STATE Thankful fur the liberal patronage heMowed ln he li receive a uliare of the public office durinjf ofTirpj jj all cutriiftj July Shall tho people of the American Tie found ftf his o attend In Aim Notary JJemyffrr t James to Lee Jc TTyllXUY AT Ahtons opposite the Court jiromptly attended AT GEMfiALINSIfRANCEAGENT 33 Public Over Watts Iloprcscnt the folltrniiif Companies capital nnd roR if sink into a state of anarchy and social and political as tho Mexican Republic has done Turkmen or of t heavily J at llir ion of all i ainl otir KKJNKKS ori IN oilliDIKNVK Till IOMK NOT AS AS Till 1 uri SIMTKS i In I inny way the Julin llroxvn Agency AfDITOn OF JOHN of ATTonxrr FRAXK ol Her deplorable condition is but Ihc jlegilimnto result of an ignorant at j tempt upon her part to equalize that which is naturally Like the advocates of impartial tlm lull Sll MY Tin enacted by the Poor rwnt uo In liv Vork i do yon like thf taxes arc prospect of being disfranchised that sn h Siiuii aro scltliMl by a K tf Iroiiiinint ninori tho many ioiivuriintM in this I iiicniinti TliMinfis an I Mitmi Tim furinrr by nil Intho tho uvin to IK ono of the lulh niitiratr mi in tniteil groans tnnler tho rdrn ol heavy taxes and ex rarticc in the State nnd Federal tilt iiiiiko nnd i American ti the of Hartford Aiitlcrfons of Cincinnati Jircmi of John THOMAS ol or run tho Mexicans imagined that nil that were created in the possessed tho same C AT Vicstcrn Uorsc j i human MAM of I I natural a MKiinnn noAnn or rtniLic inclinations into the Ui ill waited the the truth of the I The clitligrt high fi aiil tio C over attcntinli will be i Ji busineiiii sat liohn 1 41 A r I AT In Je Eecmera atlcnd to all business entrust tolnl of over They arc AKenls for Ilio Ciuinnati Life Insurance a liberal i enterprising the lirst to comply provisions ol the law iiililin Life Insurance in Tiiriicj to will always find jonc of the firm at tbo j to all i OfficeIn Ihe fAh O 3 1C X OTIC B j over Urowns JLJL j or tl if ma j XIOIITS IIF evenings of j Ir each Lima Chapter NIGHTS OF the has already sot in tho uf tlm s an and In ARTIIUIt of without thoiightjinfornr us how Ot nnda reriain FOR in coiiferd like privOIIl of Ulo goinwith tho Democracy who an ot whites and Come Jet the to Kvi Jri won J rceiIVcl lliu I them to the resulN that r in I iuiiiii v thai tho uiilil o iu lilf UK Ii tint Into Clerli ot mr CatirtH men nl if prumi nl influence in M III aill butii hit Mllllip H tinfleall hellloeralii I hey were Imih in full wuh the lute ai latt In invilnlion to hi ivixii political to on mo out hear llodnon this iijipeal parly at itM rcieiit an niiKfidiiierit to I i hriti III I I of J j m Allen and fint ttud tllirj alghts of DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET rim RICIIAK FOR WILLIAM FOR ISAAC Foil FOR JOHN how lllii of things look place i he natives being ignorant auditor if sho M oul of thu Union so not hi in Ill Il Ijlllli Ion n I Surli aro willing nl and degraded ol tlm A It bx m rurr Ii T rutv uf n it lr Iroiii llrpittiinrntanrlnf lliij 111 I lh rcla or I ill jmeapable of appreciating tho benjare he other nino States of radical hand of thu cfi Is of rcpti icnii men t 11 im i t 11 mi i i t r thy gave the above weeks ago written law or nothing lor its Jid ct out scccmonVi v wl r The negroes being the najlfeo then Tension live m mental care less If did not gut out by so tbo elective Iran for but the immediate1 Irvine AT Lima Cotincfl XKJHT IIF On the first iwiicc in tho Bute and FederalTucsJaJ uf ill make and trans w In An iwo north of the Lima ICncampment NIOIIT OF the sec lond Tuesday evening of each FOR ClVHI JOHXXIiV ami ii to he prohibited cession did she get out by force of M lll i I Hiiir dflgnt MIJT thrir wilhiil I hn KICK of preserving llepublican snslitu tions rested entirely upon tho white people of that once but now ruined is what distinguishes man from is the true guide in fixing Iho status of the different races of By an application of this wo find that of tho five races of the tno and tho VUli lUItJU III demands of their nature tho burden arms If did not Cct out bvi of nreservin J FOR DAVID FOB IXFIUUAItT JOIIX COXSTITCTIOXAL virtue of secession orfight hcrscll1 for her to A ft fi shed to at Smpkrrx and xiumurrs he iull and write ayA Tho in IK Niipo pmguelns nor to tho in the has the Kepublican nl the candidate party that In nrlmt llin HKin i i 11 t Hear what tho Ohio State Joitniall ho held the aro of says of its parly flowing language and judge for yourself i ai vatfiut and uncertain UK from DII Frfiiay John AND Will attend to all f fniruMed lo him These Til llly were refunud Iho uno out IIOUHO or by tho open Sam 18th Services to the citi rt AX1 over given to Chronic the tlAX AND relieved from duty as a tncm r Ii iard of Enrollment of this Dia offers his professional scr Iieuple of Lima and Of up MD lUX AXD permanently located would S offer his professional services to f Lima and Office over Exchange East Market riiciilar attcotion paid to chronic in respectfully his professional cervices tol iiadical havo tak Hudical co in in en ceil fi tho meelinir ond ho cornpollcd itump for Unit ovo Post Samuel Peter llliie ofilco juj in Mans SWITCH CURL HAIR JEW ELRY our this name i the Krie titnulleirtitiori u tho I a short time HIGH WEST OF THE SCHOOL on the Xorth side of the Will paj One Dollar per Pound for Hair Twtlve to eighteen inches at SKO3P Under the Lima June mU aifl Lute John Hog Johnzey South Peter West ORourke 4 Jas fixed form of governuieut will not do to attempt to excuse hisj JJolack of by asserting WAREHOUSE Jt lumber yard on Daytun Jt Michigan Elida the cash e highest market price will be paid in llog for all kinds of Flax Grass John West El llog John Wesl John that his energies and have been curbed by tho doinina of the white race for the Af negro is just as free from the jlooidominatiou of tho as the Caucassians at any stage tbcir civilization and run into the Let the thing bo regularly deliberately i Senator Irom and prefcentmaue upon a jtbcir aocial wouldnt huvo had a patch of na ono of but Iho wero equal Jed that JUadlcal kicks and dy in ThoCIrvo for ro aaid in Leader about the lant Stp heard a prom or tho of South Carolina wouldircccnt speech at fipeaking of thelrfcnt atlifal iay that ilodaou f inflon fnrtrn nntl MI receive meeting of alight batter and on foreigners with ne1 Fenian ntigmalitcd Ihe maijo lrlor ft ha had twenty years experience well selected stock of D ana private practice of his ready for also wvll supplied with all approved Aiding and Finifhind and facilities for thetrcat afs and variety of s North West side r Lisle i Moora 0 Oj l3 me warranted to give Dry Pine ai scd Flooring for heavy Pine Timber for bridges filled at shortest I bujfrom fiist and cell low for cash I want to buy a lot of Ash 9ASHOBK tt and refitted with all the Stable room foi POWEB on and for e for now in Li CORSEB OF MARKET XI 51 Good Stock and Always in readiness for Jany I hare for sale the following described land The north west and the half of the north cut quarter of section towuhin range being 140 The premises are situated about 4 miles saula of Belphos on and in a well developed UUI The State Officers The Democratic State ticket elected in California is as follows Lieutenant Secretary of llarbor Clerk of Supreme State Axel See ond Coffroth Third 1 Superintendent of Public These officers are all men of character and Of the members of Congress elect Johnson is a gentleman of high who has never before held and Coflroth formerly a printer in is now a very successful awyer in Governor lenry Ilaight is a native of a graduate of Yale in the class of who after studying law at Rochester amoved and subsequently to San where he has been very suc they possessed tho ability and havo made just as rap gates off the Capitol storini ofio prayer has i been the jress as our owe race has id pro Tho physical and mental devel opments of the negro indicate a do cided intellectual truth which no man of science wil attempt to And with all these palpable evidences of nc ro inferiority staring the white voter in tbo bo is asked lo solemnly declare at tho ballotbox that the negro is socially and po itically his Is there an in telligent white man who believes that a negro is his equal 1 if will 10 show in what respect he is Jan any white who does not admit the negro to be his equal itep np to the ballotbox and eol unnly by his vote that in the practice of his le is a man of marked ability and irre iroachable An Irsbman being asked in conrt or his bowed certificate of a big scar on his head for that The body whick n the to aJMt a State into MKNT THEY fie nriroes tiUALIFlEb TO TO ACT 1HOillTLY in this bey arc his wife and bildron are bub the equals of ig superstitious Can it be possible that tho farm and laboring lass of white men have so sank in heir own estimation as lo be will bom the shape of a without any prospect of gain ras to declare that they Carolini not now want to LET US EXIHL She alwayi tries to be held in order that sho may make a violent ihoir of intention where ll lo be no Now let ui see that iho fulfill her own said the Drit Irish peoplo at o wbch he beard him AS A IX MY JUD JEpoverty iritlmnt tlian ever hcmd in any oou intelligent a to Anhley ho left a nensation in thin You FltOJl THE will understand that Iho noldicr TO iCHAKGE 1llKlK OUT1KS UX TUB GOVEUXMEXTi THAN THE iUEAT EQUAL TO IX JSUM i THAT WE HAVE AL WAYS PERMITTED lo VOTE A 10 rijivjn i Ariy 10 Y wi Fn DKALKR afl ho told them who iTould not vote for ne suJfrago iras a To bear She bai taken the Union and and cant fetch We go for relieving her faraa her own departure have if and eren to FORCE her to de part in without her And thid is tho central organ of the Ohio Kepublicans and speaks for the party and is now busy crying copperhead and Seces especially negro vole or have the Democracy of all around the It tiC rea9onoblJ t9 all tbo Democrats would get into and as all tbo Pennsylvania Dutch Ben Wade thinks when ho looks n the tace of a person who talks ol taxing United States bonds he sees a penitentiary We vonder what Ben sees when bo ooks in the face of a man tvho proposes to equalize property ay dividing that held by the rich among the poor r that he could not see tehu oily locks at litile of iho only vray to o sUiu Liiab irUUiut itJi occ iftCititrrtnft i j wiiii women niifi if r n A n t hy t negro who was born n this country won d women and weak all sensible b should not have a vote as well wilh Lig QGen Carey is an independent candidate fur Congress ia the Second Dls Germans and Irish ichovereforeiyn John followed Me Far land at the same and declar in that the negro teas AS good as the foreigner who was enti tled to Judge Spalding said at the name ilace and time fie wonld not and bis theatrical showing himself disgusted and din heartened in after each by the sullen indifference and apathy of bis At place and time lie wonld not ccoded in rallying tweivaonly go in for the social equality of hU followers to bear negro that he would not permit a negro to come into bis bed neither would ho permit an him elucidate the After bis meeting in this net of againt a to come in is the county scat of bin pet nominated to succeed The Newark 0 two and a village of tho nigger qutMtion forever in to vote for the Constitutional Amend ment io help me if JOB do not adopt it this you huve it to vote upon at every elec for the nezt fifty We have two or three low bres nuro local politicians of the Kadi in this one of eal persuasion going around tbo bis after a timely trying to coax the women nouncement of bis he sueand children to come oat and them speak but tbeiV mootings aro invariably Tbo Jiadi their are they haee not heard from for which noblo HlUo State three ohccra and a tiger are proposed by a to   

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