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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 8, 1870, Canton, OhioL Ull vis Isussi volume. 36. Canton Stark county Ohio june 8, 1870. Number 52. Business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church Comer of tenth and Poplar at Raets. Sunday car Vloras Loi j o clock a. M. And 7 w o clock p. M. school t Ovi urk p. At. Thursday ave bin a Lelur. La o clock. I t to Jaii. T la Vett Rector. C j. Of Eider Truf lat. East Tao arawak Traat. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. L. Rothacker Earl Tao arawak Street. Canton. Ohio. Aprihv7utf Stark county Democrat. A. Ncora for a Ion pub Lashara and Plain and Fanny Jutt Pru Tara tiap Lra Block Canton onto. Hiram Thurston Book bind and Blank boo k manufacturer. All roars from abroad promptly attended to. Bind Ery la tartar a Block up Atara Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furn Tura dealer and Ondr take East Taisea Rawa a Traat t Anion Ohio. Aim John p. Hex merchant tailor and Adalar in american and in rne4 Lollia Caa Amerea Vaa Tinaa and Twu goods Aleo agent for tha hangar it Elui Mai urn Canton. Ohio. May lit i f. Prince so Itaas Paev Hazera Maulella and All Kinda of Coll a Al ways on hand. Two Hea Raea always in Readl it Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio i Edwin Smith Hotot Grabher a particular attention Given to copying and enlarging pictures. Oval Kraima and albums you stantly on band. Itonia in w i flaws s Block Boullt Market Trees. Canton out. Juuru Auu a. J. Douds Mur food Fen Flat office up stairs. In a Aldunca on Kim Traat. West Aid. Threa door South of Pulula Aqua. Canton Ohio. All operations connected nun the no Faalua promptly Alana and to. Ale or. J. U. Siddall in that barter s Block. Canton. Ohio. Or. P. J. Rowan licentiate of tha College of physicians and a. Oul Arto will until further patients at tha st. Cloud hotel. Houra of consultation from to is a. Ai., Ana air si.niayul7miio Geo. D. Harter & bro., Heo Elve in posits loan Money buy Gold a Bonda and compound aute Raat Cotee. Sex Onago nought and Sola. " j. A. Comerford. Atterway at Law Trump a building. Canton Ohio no Atara. Ranch and German spoken a Pula. S. 4 e. 8. Meyer. Attorneys at Law. Canton Ohio. Of Flo in Henna Miliar naw building Naar Fubelle Square nov Saul James harsh. Attorney Al Law a Taillon Ohio. Off Ca in o Clarab a Block up Atara prompt Atta Atlon glean to All no Alzaaa int Rustad to Hla Raxa. Jyl to turf c. L. V a . Andi Ghamo coun pallor at Law Imit in Ohio. Will part la in tha a Taral Maia and Kadari Courta. Oft Ca no. Tut third Traat aral Atal Way Hawtof tha Ohio la Uranea company. Matt 7uyl an w. An. To. A Laiawa. Raff a Baldwin. Attorn Aya at Law Canton Ohio. Off Ca in tia Lagla Block up Taira. Jana Tiff a. Aunoa. . To Ommodt. Bierce a Thompson at at Law Akron Ohio. J nit to " we. Mckinley. Attorney Ai Law offload in Kal Block oar National Bank Canton Ohio. Jura to to. . Mcgregor attorney at Law and general collecting agent a Artiaga Jaspar Bounly Atia Yourl. Oculto Harvey Laughlin. Attorney at Law notary Public Allanea Ohio. Laif Lac is Gemara Llu tax Una Oatt. 8ch.efer & Garnett attorn Aya Ai Law Canton Stark county Ohio. Jubal 7una. William a. Lynch attorney at Law and Iio tary Public orca inca Adlyn Black in Nab Ohio. May 4 Tuyl j. W. Mccord. Atto Raay a. Law and Oan aral collection agent Alliance Ohio. Dual need a o thu Ted to Hla earn will ree Alre prompt at Tauoa. A of j. O. Willi Ard county birr mayor offload to tha county Bacor Dar a oltion in the yet tidal building where a can be fund what in the Eay if not any Bua Iaela wanted can be left with Jacob Kap Lugar Kay county recorder who will Gle due Otice Tome. Tha Law author Iaea tha comity eur Reyor to take the acknowledgement of any writ ing a will therefore write and acknowledge agreement a. Mortgagee Imad a a at air Price nud Apon Canton january 1a, Lara. Otto Winterhalter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer la wat a i clock jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly Dona on Short Noucas to t Haiti Eblock Canton Ohio. Be Bow Deuble do brother Dallara a watches. Clo Cju jewelry aurer Wara to East aide of Palilio Square Canton Ohio. Bepat ring Dona on Euort notice. J. A. Meyer. Dealer i american and foreign watches clock Hilr Etwara and fancy Tood Northwest Corker of Publia Square Canton Ohio. Kenai run nral by and Dona. J. C. Bartett. M. D phys clan and surgeon once Corner East Quaca raw a wat Walnut for Winter Halker a Cor a , Ohio. Rajs with we Thompson scale Irvint a Cal lit note. Dwelling houses for Aala. Rant or sch Naira Lor oily or farming property. By Llund lots. " of every variety Price and location or Sale cheap. Monthly payments received and four Rara time Given. Otuyce in Iiamae i Block Earl Tua Caraway Street up Atara. Novi of h. Selden Skal state and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar Nweeia. Canton lilo. Aarma and town property bought bold and heated. To to Kex Miaad 1 Exee paid Tamatea settled weds Levaea. To. Written Atoka borrowed and loaned a Kea Kalata. Coal and Ether Kinde of Mineral property walled to q. Eicher haal Eathata agent Gaea above Hane a leather Mora Taal Tao arawak Street Cautia Ohio hmm Exchange hotel by a Apon Haner at old depot. Carat properly eared Tor Aad Bill la moderate. Niau Eulf. ,.jioteji,. Lou la Holt Gar proper Mao. Morth Market Treel Alliance House Fly Liuha iw1iisc. My us vim . Mataata Iwaya in Saadi Aesa of arrival of 6t. Cloud hotel c d. Ely proprietor Public so Tiara. Canton Ohio. " Julyth. Talke. Adalar in millinery and a Acy goods no 8 opera ii muss , Wie. L. A. Clewell Tea car of Patao Organ and singing. Orders received at ult i Atuaia Vuvra. Aovita to. ,. To o. R. Al. M. V a n f t a f mul. No by toured a evening to. 14 Okaoa. La Uana Millar a new Block. J de. E. Menary c r. H. A Agaaoa b 0. ,. Janlsyl4 Yery. I Crevoisie s lot 3th ut.,i a 7 " " " ". L. Canton Ohio. Proprietors have Thada net "bin1 la tha Alt Allba y to new eid Good Koraya. Coat Ayanna to let a r a Siua fiut Ai Vaa Aua Alvar. X aeta Colt & Cauchy s new York Agency. Great med pal discovery or. Walker s California vinegar k bitters. Vrej tbsp Parana 5 j hear testimony to their Woodsr ? 3 i f nil cum tote Etoi to. I what Are they j no be o w re x is jmj 4. Thet Are not a vile Elutil i a in y db1nu, 5 of hade of poor rom whisky. Proof Sprita. An refuse Llenora Dot Erthl priced and Awee tuned o a tease tue none Caile. Lonnia a Pattara. Reat Orera act Lead thetis Peron to drunk Eaneta and Miu hut Are a True Medicine in deform the native Koota and her Liana California free from All alcoholic him Ulaila. To lick Are the Kukat i k1k1ek and l1kk-1 Vinti skin Ciplik a Perrim l renovator and Luvi orator of the , carrying on All Poi Fuoua , and creator aug the blood to a Halley Pera a can like Throo Tinera according to atre Miona Ana remain Long will be a veil for an inc Nihle Cane Norl. Ded the Bonea Are not Dit Royed by Mineral Poi to or other Mcana and the vital Orgaya note beyond the Point of or inflammatory Aud Chronlos Theu Malcom and gout . Or Indyg Cailynn. Uil Ploua Horn meat and intermittent Vera Lii Mcanea of the Wood liver kidney., Ami ladder these hitters have been Moat Aunnean fill. Hitch Seabea Are caused by tit laced blood which la generally pro Mucea of Aarau Scemeni of tue tug Estive the vitiated blood whenever you a edits impurity a bursting to trough the skin in Pim eruptions or hoi is Clra Fie ii when you mud t obstructed and aug gosh in the veins cleanse it when it la loin and your re Vlug will Telli you when. Keep the blood pure and Tho health of til. System will follow pin talk and other Worms lurking in the system of to Many thousands Are Ellec Lully and removed. In bilious Kemi stunt and intermit Teut fevers these bitters have no equal. For full directions read. Carefully the circular around each bottle printed in four language a Kugli Ali German French and Spanish. J. Walker prop Hutor m n. Y. R. 11. Mcl Rinald a in druggist and Genera agents Han Francisco and Sacramento California and 3i a 31 Commerce Al. Naw York. Sold by All druggist and Vealera. Jul Newt Plantation writers. S.t.-186 0-x. wonder ail testable or tort let la tue abet Anc Lior of tue treble Ana debilitated. A a. Toni and Coral enl for the need and Lane old. It Baa to equal thu obit . A a remedy Cor Tho brr Vou weak Cru to a Blob women Are Eaimec Halljr tub. la Amper ceding Terry other . In Alt climates tropical temperate or Orlf fall it Acta Ava a spec Lilc in every Laora der a Blob under Leo the bodily Ai Renth and Breauna Down the animal Al Rita. For Sale by All Tir Havlat. Rnar9ui6 lifeimt4h mysteries of by j. H. Beadle editor of tha Palt Lake reporter. Heing an Kepi Irie of their secret risks. Rekk Molieri Tui Kimm with a full and auth Eutin Bie Kirk o pol and tha mormon kept from its origin to the pres ent time. Agent Are meeting Wilh unprecedented Ane Cas a Ona in Rock Rule ind., re Porta 71 a Bacri ber s in two devs. One in loom Linton the Nastasy. Jiuu ii . And Tor circular National pc bushing co. Chicago ., Cincinnati o. Or i Louis Hale Smith s new Yabs a0u the bulls and bears 550 pages finely illustrated. Price $2.50 it shows tha mysteries of Stock and Gold guv bling and tha miseries of unfortunate Specula Tion and expo Aea tha dwindles Tricka and frauds of operator. It tells How millions Are made Findl Oatly a Duy How shrewd men Are ruined How Are made in Grain and produce How women speculate on the Street Etc Eto. Axcente wanted. A pay freight West. Bend for to rma. It. K. Burr a co., Ilar Fortl cd that Ltd Ilcho. In Price of teas and coffees to con fobs to " Price of Gold. Zajer waved Farll Lulea Flok Organ is. Aerial nor new Arlee the great american Tea co. P. O. Box 6g43. 31 a s3 Vesey i new York. Jul Newt agents wanted everywhere for Rev. Albert Barnes new Boox. Sales immense. Bua Iaela far every Lammly. A a $30 to k.1uu nor for circulars to 2ku.llk, Alc Cardy a co l u race by Cincinnati o. Runelt 13 no him big if this h sending 0 ctr Wilh a Sieight color of Eye and hair you will receive return Mai a Correct picture or your future brr mind or Wile with name and Daie of Wihr Ciaire. A Idress w. Fox 1. O. Drawer no. I Fultonville . June let t a a agents make More Money w a a Jim with our Ali engravings. Than with anything Ever issued. They Are i Kiiu cheap Aell last and pay handsomely. 8cnd fur circular. Audreta k. .l.mi4 j t . 115 East Ala Jaon 8t, Chi Ngo. Junehwa fun Mitose. Removed. Furniture store z. Berniard to As removed Hla furniture room from Hia xxx old Piave la h Bluck to Hia new and ele Givot room in Saxton s Block 32 South Market st Canton. Ohio. Ascell Aad Saa my Large Stock of the a Beautiful and substantial such a parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes. Secretaries Bureau bedsteads tables j chairs a. At work a j e to order and All warranted Axy Plaza give a a . K. Bernhard. Bed e Otto is. keep of Yoo would Bleep comfortably Bay Blake Patent Baal Aad Rottova by m Olabea a co Canton. Oryce in tha City Book store manufactory Tornar of Walnut Aad seventh streets one Block South of Tho ican Yosei. W t we old Leid la our agent for tha ventral Aad we Saara part of Thia county and will solicit your uraners. Aann Nail a undertakers. J. B. Mccrea manufacturer Aud healer in All kind of Fine and common furniture upholstering of All kinds made to order and sofas mattresses lounges repaired. Epta Giitl attention Given to undertaking. Coffins of every style kept conman try on hand. Orders can be left at War rooms 4 doors East of american hotel Canton Ohio. Canton. Feb. 17. Long j to hardware. Johnson prep. Rick Lre Miller. In e w hardware store. Sherrick & Miller Geiger Block 14 1- 8 Anat Toa Caraway st., Canton o have Juat opened a Choice and select Stock new hardware purchased Princi Pally in new York from manufacturers when Gold was Llu which we Otter to our friends at greatly reduced rates. V will keep on hand a full assortment of Genera hardware such a nails. , Sash & doors locks. Iron steel axles i Springs 1i0es, shovels Forks. A carpenters tools Cedar Ware cutlery spoons Silver Ware of tha Best make and warranted. Harness trimming enamelled goods floor Oil clot h. Lamps & Carbon Oil cheap Mlinek Walt Kali oils of All kind. Pure White Lead and warranted varnish of the Best manufactures and everything no tally kept in a first clans Naru Ware store. We Are a rents for Fairbanks Scales the6et in As cow Norv. Aleo. Agents for the Only cheap unit class 8f.wl.nti m a h Ine in the world. We in vote the Public to rail at our store and examine it. K a Miller. Prtt 70-t f insurance. German ins. Company. I of Cleveland Ohio. I Ofick so 10, Atwater build so. Capital $200,000. Insures build mrs. Merchandise and other Pron erty against Losh or 1 amuse by fire it a Low rates a any Otner responsible company. Aatlo sea honorable adjusted and promptly paid in Cassia. Or actors and or w mover. C v Schreidl Henry Wakner or , r j Meitin laugh John of Lucu Dieury Kracmer 11 Kulier c Muermann h Lacku Utonn c Horn and of lira. A. Rettburg. Pre. T. J. I Autta j. Menu vice president a. M. By Chan and Fred. Seelbach travelling agents. John Raber agent Uii ton Ohio. R. , Atassi Ion Jyh Laoc to. Improved shot go t7 a a i a fit of test i tit item York off Ca v Beikman st meat Market Winsper s meat Market. The Publio will always find at my Market. In the la Corner a Supply of fresh beef fresh Fork. Sausage smoked hams smoked shoulders pickled Fork corned beef beef quarters Mutton. Veal. A in their season also delivered promptly in every part of the City. . Marl 70-t f. Notary Public. John Raber notary Public and insurance agent " Canton. Fleat Tea Ark county i Reasner off Ca v win Ion alias Aleoa Raport Kagera Power of attorney make Contra Ete for Darsaee to and from b Europe at tha Lew eat rates to. A la also cant of the German Fira Inan Ranoa company of Clevend. And other Rajapa Kaibas Fira Aad life i Aarnas an Faalava. Safiu tailoring Kitt Albert & co., have just opened their Spring Stock for 1870, of merchant. N n in Afak i am warn my m. Gents furnishing hats Caps j and Straw goods which were bought of the manufacturer by the Case and in Largo quantities of the same houses with Albert Rockwell & co., of Akron giving us the advantage of Large buyers add having a Long experience in the business we know the wants of our Trade and feel assured we can offer goods at such prices As will afford the Trade a Liberal margin and meet the de Mand of the times. Good goods at Low prices. To. 7 Eagle b Kin Albert & co., Canton Ohio. Nprils7tf groceries and prqvs10ns Bacon & Watson family grocery and provision store Kallio old ten 1 1 Trio renal now Onowu a ," so. 18 Tut Tut Arafat strut where we Are prepared to furnish first Classa Kovl Blondon All description and tha beat in the markets such asters sugars spices collect. Syrups fruits Sec. Choice cigars and tobaccos. The Best of fl0tjk a3td feed. Butter to is a produce. Generally always on hand. We shall Alo keen a Largo assortment of Choice candies and notions. Ii. J. Bacon. Nov34 Lotus Dumont Hub purchased the interest of Joseph Dumoulin in Mattio c Eli y establishment. Of Geo. A win Haltar West Side or Public Square. And will continue to keep the and Moat Complete assortment of provisions and my Inta be found in tha City of Canton. Goods delivered. A waive me a Call i oetl3tf Louis Dumont. Medical ,0 s Adalis the great american health Betti blood and my Puilla skin diseases. . Diseases of women and All chronic of tie blood Lviv str and kid Neya. Mecom Makdad by the medical faculty Aud any Trio Uganda of the beat Ciu Sens. Read tha testimony of physicians have used Rosadalia Send for our Rosadalia Tiu Ide to health Brosor almanac for Una year which we publish for Graus Toua distribution it will Giro you much valuable information. Or. R. W. Carr Ofuji Allmore Saya 1 Lake pleasure in recommending your Rue Adalu As a Tery powerful Aliera Iive have sen it used in two Cea with Happy results Oue in a Case of secondary a pfc. Ills in which the patient pronounced him. Self cured after having taken live bottles of your Medicine. The other a a Case e scr Fula of Long standing which a rapidly improving under Ita use and the indie Lions Are that the patient will soon recover. I have carefully examined tha forum a by which your Rosadalia a made and and find it an Excell Eul compound of alterative ingredient. Or. Sparks of Nicholasville by says he has used Rosadalia in eases of scr Fula and secondary syphilis with satisfactory results As a cleaner of the blood 1 know no better remedy. Tamlo. Mcfadden Murfreesboro Tenn Days. I Hava used seven bottles of read Lia and Ain entirely cured of rheumatism Send me four bottles a i wish it for my brother who has so Romulous sore eyes. Benjamin Bechtol of Lima Ohio writes i have suffered for Twenty years with an inveterate eruption Over my whale body a Short time since i punch eed s bottle of Koa Adalis and it of fluted a perfect cure. Rna armalis a old by All druggist. Laboratory of Exchange place balt. More. Drs. Clements a co proprietors api Noyl t. Political. From the enquirer democratic state convention Small attendance but great Harmony. Young democracy at the Helm an excellent ticket and an honest platform. Speech of Hon. L. D. Campbell. Full details of the reports of committees a. William Heisley of Cuya hoga for Secretary of state , of Madison. For supreme judge John h. Heaton of Belmont for comptroller of Treasury we. Spencer of Licking for member of Oare of Public works. The delegates to the Democrat a state convention numbering four Hundred and fifty persons met in Columbus wednes Day morning at eleven o clock to place in nomination a state ticket and adopt a platform of principles. The convention was held in the Large and spacious opera House on High Street an institution Well adapted to the purpose being Bosh Cool and Roomy. The Hall and stage of the opera hous e were very neatly bedecked with flags and portraits of the founders of the democratic party Washington and Jackson appeared prominently on the Prosceno boxes the convention was composed of As Fine a body of men physically and mentally As we have Ever been at democratic conventions but As before stated there was a notable Lack of the old leaders who have heretofore managed and directed such bodies and shaped the course of the party. Vallandigham was there but such faces As those of Jewett Van Trump Thurman Xii Organ. It Ai., were nowhere to be seen. The Young democracy As the Newhand Aat he Bellows styles themselves. Were Radiant from the Start and manifested great As Well As willing Ness to take Charce of the old Shin. Their efforts and the Marks of their Handiwork May be traced thro schout the report of the proceedings. The general listlessness s Wincn pervades political circles prevented any enthusiastic outbursts or manifestations of sanguine Hope the convention in Point of fact was decidedly sober and Earnest and attracted As few outsiders to the galleries As any convention held since the War. Temporary organization the Young democracy. v 1avati a Vav a w " v a. Pm lug convention was called to order by Charles n. Allen chairman of the state Central committee who announced that the firs business in order would be the selection of a temporary chairman. Several gentle men Bdrm nor to their foot. Ara a Taai o a their voices but that of t. A. Corcoran of i Amnion nest gained the favor of the Man with tha out or a vow. J in a Clear and confident tone i nominate v a no i eau Ian of mis convention Hon. . Callen of Mercer the Champi so the Young democracy of due announcement was received with murmurs of applause and a clapping of hands All Over the House and the question was put and carried with a Hurrah. The Youthful and vivacious Callen Jenme for Ward to the stage and was introduced by the chairman of the state onti4 com. Nil Ile Dorelu debut w noned. Upon taking the chair Jar. Callen spoke As Fol lows speech of Hon. J. D. Callen. My. Chairman in the name of the Young democracy i thank you for this unexpected Nonor. We meet to Day under no Ordinary circumstances we meet to organize for the grandest struggle. That Ever enlisted the sympathies or energies of Man a Strug Gle to the supremacy of the Constitution under which civil and Relig ious Liberty is denied and protected. Ii we to a v out do our duty land who can doubt when looking at the delegates Here assembled the Ereat Empire state of the West will re Echo the shout of Victory Wincn has Peen lately Nard from the Empire state of the East. Or. Callen s Brief note of Battle was received with considerable applause. The following gentlemen were then nominated and accepted As temporary secretaries k. Her Burtt of Delaware t. C Valentine of Clarke a. J. Andrews of Muski Ngum e. Brown of Cuya hoga and Oakley Case of Hocking. The following committees were then re ported in appropriate order committee on credentials. First District s. K. Love. Second District Augustus Ward. Third District f. M. Cozard. 9fourth District Jason Mcvay. Fifth District Nathan Altfield. Sixth District Charles a. Palme seventh District William j. Alexander eighth District e. F. Poppleton. Ninth District w. W. Redfield. Tenth District b. H. Fisher. Eleventh District -. W. Eylar. Twelfth District u. C. Rutter. Thirteenth District William Bell. Fourteenth District d. L. Wadsworth. Fifteenth District Lewis Steenrod. Sixteenth District we. E. Lichen or. Seventeenth District s. Mcmillen sen. Eighteenth District a. H. Cummings. Nineteenth District Delos Williams. Committee on permanent organization rules and order of business. First District t. A. Corcoran. Second District Charles Remmelin. Third District c. J. Beam. Fourth District John l. Winner. Fifth District t. J. Godfrey. Sixth District w. C. Gould. Seventh District r. C. Mccloud. Eighth District h. T. Van Fleet ninth District o. C. Zeller. Tenth District e g. Tennian. Eleventh District j. W. Bowen. Twelfth District a. R. Van Clear. Thirteenth District j. D. Thompson. Fourteenth districts a n. 8. Uhl. Fifteenth District Walter Hood. Sixteenth District o. H. Hoover. Seventeenth District 0. N. Allen. Eighteenth District m. L. Root. Nineteenth District Orson a. Carl in. Committee on resolutions. First District Ozro j Dodds. Second District e a Ferguson. Third District j e Greer. Fourth District j f Mckinney. Fifth District Geo w Andrews. Sixth District t Powell. Seventh District James e Wright. Eighth District Barna Burns. Ninth District Thos Beer. Tenth District fran k h Elurd. Eleventh District a Vance. Twelfth District we e Finck. Thirteenth District we Parr. Fourteenth District John Cowan. Fifteenth. Districts Jer e Williams. Sixteenth District j b Jamison. Seventeenth District r g Woods. Eighteenth District Morrison Foster. Nineteenth District j Palm committee to select a state Central committee first District Sam Matthews. J second District c x a Smith third District so r Nickel. Fourth District j ii James Jun. Fifth. District to a Zimmermann. Sixth District a ? District j s Goth District n m Runy an. Ninth District h e o Hagan. Tenth District j j Moore. J District a a . Twelfth District w m Bowen thirteenth District j g Stewart. Fourteenth District t y Mccray. Fifteenth District h r Wewt. Sixteenth District j h Heaton. Seventeenth District g ii Smith. Eighteenth District j Selzer nineteenth District Harvey Baldwin. After the disposition of this business the chair announced the place of meeting fur each of the committees. A recess was moved but or. Ball of Muski Ngum though it would be proper to have the names of candidates announced but the sense of the convention displayed in an opposite direction. On motion of or. Allen of Jefferson the convention took recess until two o clock p. M. Afternoon session. At the hour indicated the convention reassembled and was called to order by the temporary chairman the first Busi Ness in order being the report of the com Mittee on credentials or Cummins chair Mai n of that committee reported that theri were no contests and that All the counties in the state were represented save Scioto. A Telegram from Jas. W. Newman a Delegate from Scioto author izing Hon. Llewelyn Baber to act As the proxy for that county and cast its vote for Cessna was read from the stage. Or. Ward of Hamilton moved that the report of the committee on credentials be amended so As to authorize or. Baber to cast said vote. Judge Mckemy of Montgomery wan Ted to know How Many votes Scioto was entitled to and being told that the num ber was five made a Brief speech opposing the principle of allowing one Man to control the vote of an entire county in that was. Hon. We. Mun Pren spoke in favor of the motion and Wayne Griswold of Pickaway against establishing a Prece Dent of that kind. A member of the committee on credentials said that the Telegram had been be fore the committee and they had come to the conclusion that if Scioto county had t enough spirit in her democracy to Send a Delegate to this convention she ought t to Nave any. Or. Baber arose and tried to exr lain his connection with the matter. He said he had no interest in the matter and that he was a Friend to everybody. The Dis Patch had simply been forwarded to him. And he had Laid it before the committee. A cry of question was raised to choke or. Baber off but or. Callen ruled that it was a democratic convention and that the gentleman had a right to speak. A motion was made to Lay the motion of or. Ward on the table but when the Conven Tion found that the Lavins of the motion on the table was liable to take the report with it the mover promptly withdrew it. To Settle the question or. Ward withdrew his motion and the report was adopted. Permanent organization. The committee on permanent Organiza Tion rules and order of business through its chairman or. T. A. Corcoran reported ii Iowa for permanent president. Hon. L. D. Campbell of Butler. Vice presidents. First District a j. O Neil. Second District c k Breneman. Third District Alex f Hume. Fourth District James Kernan. Fifth District Lewis Glessner. Sixth District James Crossan. Seventh District Jeremiah District Judson a Beebe. Ninth District j r Clymer. Tenth District a f Moore. Eleventh District Almond Soule. Twelfth District James Emmitt. Thirteenth District Geo b smythe. Fourteenth District Thos w twin Paugh. It Teeth District Lewis Smith. Sixteenth District r h Nugen. Seventeenth District Saral pm in on sen. Kohl Nativi . Tinq Arnn Ciriot. i strict Siut Lerir Secretary. D. C. Ballentine of Clarke county. Assistant secretaries. Jonas Smith Richland r o Rote. Ash Tabula p g Griffin Ross a e Jenner. Crawford r f Hurlbut Delaware. The committee also reported that the rules that usually govern deliberative Bod ies be the rules for the government of this convention. The committee reported in favor of hav ing the nominations made in the following order Secretary of state supreme judge comptroller of Treasury Baard of Public works. A Little Breeze Here arose in the Hamil ton county deification. Or Mart Hera moved that Tho report be amended by substituting the name of we. J. O Neil As vice president from the first District in Stead of j. K. Love. The chair said the gentlemen ought to Settle their own difficulty and so the matter ended for the time. V gen. Ward of Warren moved that the report be amended by placing the name of the supreme judge at the head of the ticket instead of the Secretary of state. Gen Ward made a Brief speech in behalf of his motion claiming that the judiciary was entitled to More respect and consideration than the Secretary of slate but the motion was lost. Everything being in readiness to enter upon the permanent organization or. Cal Len appointed t a Corcoran of Hamilton and t e Cunningham of Allen a com Mittee to escort the permanent president Hon. L. D. Campbell of Butler to the chair. The committee discharged their duty and or. Campbell s appearance on the stage was hailed with applause. He was introduced by or. Callen in a Pun gent and Happy speech who said gentlemen i return to you my sin Cere thanks for the order you have pre served during the time i have temporarily presided Over your deliberations. I now have the Honor to present to you a Man who is Well known in the history of Ohio. When two great National Par ties divided us he was against us but when the whig party had run its course and a sectional party was organized to Over throw the Republic and subvert our free institutions gen. Lew Campbell could not Long hesitate but took his stand in the ranks of the democracy. I present him to you As your permanent president speech of the permanent president. Or. Campbell upon being thus introduced spoke As follows gentlemen of the convention i acknowledge my High appreciation of the Honor your kind Confidence confers upon upon me in choosing me to preside Over you deliberations. The cordiality of your greeting excites my grateful sensibilities. A have assembled As the representatives of two Hundred and fifty thousand voters of the state of Ohio known As the democratic party to organize the political Campaign of 1870, to unfurl again their proud Banner and inscribe on it the ten ets of our political Faith. In mentioning the importance of this this struggle on which we Are about to enter we should not confine ourselves to a consideration of the fact that we Are to nominate three or four candidates far state offices. But we should Bear in mind constantly that in addition to these there Are nine teen members of the Federal Congress to be elected and although you May carry your state to Catt it does not follow that the great reforms the country Calls for can be carried out unless you shall acquire the Federal Power that will enable you to control the acts of Congress. And let it be borne in mind too that this election has an additional significance from the tact that the members of Congress that you will be called on to elect this fall will hold Over the next presidential election and perchance in the event of the election being thrown into the House of they May have devolved upon the Choice of the next president of the United states it would gentlemen of the convention. Be an act of impertinence in me were i to suggest or attempt to dictate to you what should be the character of the platform you will inscribe upon your Banner for this. Campaign for my own part i Loail be quite satisfied j aug aisle j j see fit plainly to declare in general terms that we Are opposed to All that the party has done for tha last five years applause if in addition to that you will declare that you Are opposed to All that they Are now doing in the last two acts of importance one is by which the have made the most magnificent grab of the Public Domain that is known to the history of legislation the other is to Send bayonets into a state for the purpose of controlling the ballot Box in favor of an election. Fellow citizens let us recur for a moment and take a retrospective glance of what has occurred in the last few the unfortunate War broke out be tween the two sections the leaders of this party in Congress passed with great unanimity a Resolution declaring that the War was to be prosecuted for the purpose of maintaining the supremacy of the Constitution and preserving the Union no for the purpose of Conquest or subjugation and after four Long years of Battle in which untold millions of Money were expended and hundreds of thousands of Thebes lives for the purpose of keeping the estates in the Union when the misguided foe Laid Down their arms they were told that the states were out of the Union and the same bayonets that were Laid Down by them have been used Lor their Svrljuga Tiou Aud degradation and for the purpose of destroying tha legitimate re served rights of the states and the rights of tha people. Applause 1 Yea look at the fraudulent manner in which they have treated the Soldier who went Forth and Laid Down his life in de sense of his Flag they contracted wit him that if he would go Forth and fight these Battles to keep these states in the Union they would pay him the enormous sum of thirteen dollars in Gold Yea in Gold. But after he was sent to the Field and after be had fought and was wounded and died they issued instead of Gold manufactured rags called greenbacks pay ing him in depreciated currency leaving his family his wife and . To the consideration or dependent upon Shefko Ritiro in Yea those capitalists of the country who did not go Forward to fight they is sued another obligation of the govern ment called five Twenty Bonds that they said should be Naid in not re after having defrauded the Soldier of Hia Al n ban Lynn i. " 1. 1". 1uuu.ov com ugh by paying my on in to depreciated currency of the country they now propose and Are in the i in ant of carrying out the proposition to pay those that were to be paid in greenbacks in Gold thus reversing the proposition paying the Soldier in depreciated currency who was to have Gold and paying the capitalists v in wan to Nave the currency Gold. Fellow citizens Ftp pfc . Of Fieri cd of inn has been one of ont a . Going into detail without specifying i. Ii ii a july a your me a to in Sirat the Lac that Thev Livan Industry of the land by their High protect Vivo Laimo Auu by me Justuce Ana Ine anal tits of their entire Rev Puma of Vul i by which the Rich Are made Richer and the poor poorer. 1 Ellow citizens they have destroyed the indent Denee of to Indi Vinrow then have usurped by their Congress the pow ers of the executive department of the government and they have also stricken Down the reserved rights of the states. I regard it As the Mission of the great democratic party 10 Dong about those reforms and to restore to the executive depart ment it , in Star Ihn Constitution to restore the Independence Auu purity 01 me judiciary 10 was it Wasin the Days of old when such men As mar shall gave Honor to a seat upon the is the Mission of the democratic party to restore to the states the rights that have been wrongfully taken away from them. It is the Mission of the democratic party i Trust to heal tip the vils Eding wounds of the War to cause to be forgot to n the animosities that were engendered e lie arts of the Neon for without that there can be no Perma Nency in the Union of the states. And when these Khali h facts and the rights of the states shall 1 1,Nave been again restored and when Ira tern Al foe liner firing vhf ten 4m people of the different sections then May to ni"j5 in me language 01 the poet a Union of lakes a Union of lands a Union of states none shall sever a Union of hearts a Union of hands and the Flag of our Union forever cheers. Gentlemen of the convention. I have not been without some experience in Legisla Tive Dooies put Nave Nad but Little experience in presiding Over them. The intelligence that Speaks from your countenances is a sure guaranty that the duties of the Cnair will be easy. 1 Trust Harmony and fraternal feeling will prevail and that we May be Able to so disc Naree the Hirch duties which devolve upon us to Day As win redound to our own Honor and to the lasting welfare of our common country. The state Central committee. Or. Stewart from the committee to select a state Central committee then re ported the following names committeemen. First District Samuel Mathews. Second District Samuel f. Hunt. Third District j. C. Mckemy. Fourth District e. M. Greene. Fifth District Curtis Berry Jun. Sixth District we. C. Gould. Seventh District j. B. Ballentine. Eighth di8tiict James s. Crall. Ninth District j. R. Clymer. Tenth District Frank ii. Hurd. Eleventh District Wells a. Hutchins. Twelfth District a. T. Walling. Thirteenth District Alex. Van Hamm. Fourteenth District John k. Mcbride. Fifteenth District Jere Williams. Sixteenth District c. N. Allen. Eighteenth District Thomas j. Carran nineteenth District Jefferson Pali. The report was agreed to and the gentlemen named above were duly elected. Nominations for Secretary of state nomination of candidates being in or der Hon. Samuel f. Hunt of Hamilton nominated As a candidate for the office of Secretary of state a free and Trifid in Lair of the Republic William t. Cessna of Hardin. Ine nomination or. Hunt said was Mada in of the inuit. Ai Tive and Young democracy of the judge Mckemy nominated col. C. J. Beam of Preble Ina speech of som length. Judge Estill of Holmes nominated William Heisley of Cuya hoga and refer red to his past record and services in be half of the democratic party in the trying limes 01 1 be past. Hon. M. N. Maginnis of Butler placed in nomination lion limit Koine of Ham Ilton the Learned editor of the Cincinnati m or. Corcoran said lie had in his possess Ion some correspondence upon that subject which he desired to present. The Secretary at Bis request read a letter from or Corcoran Isaac Miller and oth ers addressed to or. Rothe asking Bira to accept Tho nomination of Secretary of state and predicting Success in Tho event of his acceptance. Also or. Rothe s response declining to be a candidate upon the ground that he had not resided Long enough in the state that As the editor of the leading German daily in the state he could be of More service to the cause. The name of or. Rothe was withdrawn. There being no further nominations the Conven Tion proceeded to ballot. The balloting proceeded till nearly All the counties were called when or. Gilmore of Butler Rose and said that he was authorized to change the vote of Preble county from beam to Cessna. Or. Mckemy of Montgomery withdrew the name of or. Beam and changed the vote of that county entire from that gentleman to Cessna. At this juncture the vote stood Cessna 183 j Heisley 242, and beam 61. Other changes followed in rapid succession. The secretaries becoming confused and being unable to announce the result a new Deal was ordered and the vote was taken Over again the Ruit of this Ballet was Asir Towel Heisley. Or. Tapir Ian aaa Vataj a of All the votes cast was declared the nominee of the convention.0n motion of his opponent. Or. Cessna the nomination was made unanimous sir. Cessna of. Iha Camax 4 i. The Hope that there would be entire unanimity in the party. Supreme judge. The nomination of ing in order or. George Lincoln announced the name of Hon. Richard a. Harrison of Madison. No other names he intr to Vuicic null a. T. Walling moved that the nomination Mono unanimous Ana said that be had a Nonty for saying that air. Harrison would accept the Nomina inn if Merw Woski him All reports to the contrary no with maiming nes 01 so no in the third District Corner. The motion and to to n. Son was unanimously declared the Nomi r .1 knee 01 due convention. Comptroller of the Treasury. Aftel to Ihlo Oflia train or ta11ak3niiu win Vav i vac for. Or. Nolan of a fret off Tomt on t a Varl Frank m. Cozad of Warren. The names of John h. Heaton of Belmont James k. Newcomer editor of the Lorain Oon Slit tia Nalis l and Elisha g. Denman of will " Piesen Iea. Tha Firat , suited As follows Heaton Uon eur nor Isa a in Denman. No Choice h this vote the convention was ordered to dred re for a non a vt11nf due Nwaki Wii w v. At Jiulio 1 feeding a Rule was adopted dropping the candidate having the lowest vote after each ballot. Or. Fitch of Brown with Drew the Baine of Denman while the Sec Ond ballot was progressing. This ballot was As follows Heaton. Ime Woomer 14414cozad """l4ai2 Denman. No nomination a if lining a. Re Man s name had been previously with drawn it was twi Rel that a Iron ii. w ii candidate and his name was drop pc. Xue in name continued and an other vote was taken which resulted Heaton 15914newcomer ul3cotad i t to it to a. Tell u i n f Vona Izrayl. A in incl 1 it. A ajl the votes cast was declared the Nom Inee of of the convention. His Nomina Tion was made unanimous. V member of the Board of Public works. A you if Naira Rev from. Of flail of j v i. J Nuu in the person of or. Wallace Nomina Ted Benjamin p. Churchill for member of the Board of Puhlin works in nut a a complimentary speech. Or. Ball of mus Kin gum nominated colonel we. Spencer i Ijichi Tibig a gentleman whom be said had formerly been menu it. Mill Public works of the state. Somebody from tha via to enl .1 to. " " Wati tub Jcu Kelly of Montgomery a Man who had Crown trav in Boru in party the vote resulted Rich ii 21bspencerkelly m necessary to n. R liner b 938 to Nomi nation. Kelly was dropped and the tedious ground was gone Over again. During this ballot something of a Rump us was raised about the vote of certain counties being cast by proxy. Although the committee on credentials reported that there was but one county Scioto without representation it was a lamentable fact that no less than six counties were with out delegates. When it became apparent that the vote Between Spencer and Chur chill would be close the question of the proxies was raised again and Tho Conven Tion decided to Rule them out. The Sec Ond ballot for Board of Public works resulted As follows. V Spence Churchill. Or. Spencer having received a majority to Vii Rast. We new mini tin Noi Mee of loud Calls were maae out no responses were permitted from any of the candidates. As the platform. The committee on resolutions having completed its labors by this time Hon. George w. Andrews of Licking chairman of the same submitted the following re port. The democracy of Ohio coming together in the spirit of Devotion to the doctrine and Faith of free representative govern ment and relying for Success upon discus Sion and the intelligence of the people deem the present convention a fitting occasion to reassert the following time Honor principles of he democratic party that the Federal government is one of limited Powers derived solely from the Constitution that the Grants of Power made therein ought to be strictly construed by All the dependents and agents of the government and that it is inexpedient and dangerous to exercise doubtful Power. That the Constitution of the United states founded on the fundamental Erin ciplt8 of entire and absolute Equality of an the cities 01 the Union. It is not competent for Congress to impose upon them any conditions or restrictions in re Spect to their internal concerns which the Federal Constitution has not imposed. That the Liberal principles embodied by Jefferson in the declaration of Independence and sanctioned in the Constitution which makes ours the land of Liberty and an Ashim of the oppressed of every nation. Have Ever been Cardinal principles of the democratic Faith and every attempt to abridge the privileges of becoming citizens and the owners of soil among us ought to be resisted with the same spirit which swept the alien and sedition Laws from our statute boots and in order that we May More distinctly declare our views of the measures and policies of the present administration resolved that we denounce the present Tariff a Well As the substitute lately introduced in the Hoa Ife of representatives from the committee on ways and Means a a Gigantic robbery of the la Bor and Industry of the country thai they Are solely designed to Advance the interests of a few thousand monopolists Aud that this should be no longer submitted to and that to Gress nor for any other oif Cee a worthy of sup in a Siuw uni in Lavur of a Low Revenue thrill which closely approximates to free Trade tha in the arrangement of any Revenue Tariff All the necessaries of Lite should be absolutely free of duty. Reud cd that the internal Revenue system of the United states is unendurable in its oppressive exaction Liat it should be immediately that its annoyances of Stamps and mid lavas upon sales and incomes should be abolished that the tax itself should be collected by the quite Aud county of Ciulis and that the multiplication of officers la wholly unnecessary except to Aat out the resources of the tax payers and that we pledge ourselves to effect a thorough Reform in Unis particular. Resolved that we denounce the profligacy in the present administration of the Federal gov ernment4 the corruption which has entered All its official stations the favouritism which overlooking fitness for Othee has appointed to positions of Public Trust the friends or tools of those who control the Publio patronage and tha Simlie Cimity which directs the destinies of the Republic with can apparent purpose and manages its Art airs with such and disaster to the material interests of the people at Home and with such disregard of the rights and liberties of Ita Cithens abroad. It Raohl that land monopoly is one of the great evils of our country and against the spirit of our institutions Fiat the whole of our Public lands ought to lie held As a Trust to secure homesteads for actual settlers. We therefore denounce the recent action of Congress in making Grants to Mammoth Railroad corporations which Are already too powerful and May become danger Ous to a free people. Or solved that we regard the act recently passed by Congress to enforce the fifteenth amendment As unjust and oppressive As an invasion of the rights of the state a subversion of the Bent interests of the people and therefore demand an unconditional re Joel. K Vernand Bank on South us Iichi or. E. C. Patterson a residence. Ine advantage of being Able to sup to a Cassand coarse or Kru " n ,i"""3" having supplied Irani an Sajiw nilill7.ll office for to sell at Uia Milken the 11141 a Esq rtt naked. Liat we Are optioned to the a i of National Banks and demand tha Lilii Azimia re peal of the Law creating them Ami that a place of the notes of such Banks. Treasury notes of the United mates shall be substituted. Retained that the democracy of Ohio sym path lie with tha Effort of Alt Peai Ite struggling for and we denounce the trucking of the Federal administration to great Britain and Spain and the efforts or tha party in Power to Renee a Toie states in our Union to a condition of via anlage to the general . S run Lvcy that the thanks of the democracy of Ohio Are tendered to our senator Ailen g. Thur Nisi i Aud the democratic representative a in con Gress who though in a email minority have bravely contended for the principles of atm Jura a and tha interest of tha people that Uteri tha forego no platform it to Alaur thy fail to Atanat j Yuhi Nimg i the resolutions were adopted with great unanimity there being Only two or three votes in the negative. Speech of William Heisley. I after the platform was adopted there were lond Cris f ?1 Tori. V a Tley. Nominee for Secretary of or. Ii. Advanced to the platform and was revived wit great spokes follows r or the con Denoe reposed in me by the democratic party of Ohio As manifested inthe nomination to a to a read. The stat ticket. A i 11 to you ii muits. J0rthe approval of the democratic party of Halo for who Trevar lift t t.5 i ,. A May Uve one a tit a the Dematio party i0rtfw168 Fertik Groon d of Reserve i tender my most sincere acknowledgement. I am not Hereford the purpose of making a speech on the questions that will come pin the Cam up r. 686 p1.1"1 comp t late we shall u marshalled our hosts to meet the enemy. I merely come of. ? a y thanks him ply say that i shall persevere in the Good cause in the. Future As i have in the past -l06 on the Nery. Plucky democracy of to marshal their hosts and Marc Forward to Victory. Loud applause followed at the Cocci of tins Brief speech and amid great cheering the convention adjourned sine organization of the state Central committee. After the adjournment of the Conven ne71?, App tei state Central a meeting and organized by Charles n. Allen of Sten Benville chairman and appointing. Col. James s Crall of Mansfield Secretary. Ine committee then elected the emotive committee col. Johng. Thompspn Jacob Reinhard h. C. Hel Mick Levi e. Wilson and John g. John g the chairman of the executive committee. Or. Voorhees in reply to Dawes an Bingham on the question of drawing our minister at Rome. Or. Von Ruppa it tim 1 i. For a Kloc the or Irrera of if in m la o o lib i no Kuiv ism against or. Brooks Well knowing that r. Tuns Genteman Aad disclaimed the charge three times in his presence. The gentle. Man from Massachusetts had said be had not Laid aside his religion but if he had brought to the House any of the Wisdom which the Savior preached on Earth any of the Charity of Chriatian fun in. Ahad not been strikingly exemplified. The or. N a u l i1 l. We a i w Usu lie my ii u set aside be presumed was that which he inherited front his ancestors who burned the witches in Massachusetts. This was an outburst of. The old know nothing spirit which broke Fri run Vanda a Nama a churches and would have burned catholics them serves Acine stake had it dared to do so. The declarations of the gentle Man f Ohio. via or. In. V. -. 1 v . J Gnu pm Pris Dhim for he had every reason to be -. Neve thai the gentleman Naa no mend Shi p for catholics or for the Catholic re -. Ligion. He had no reason to believe that his heart was Ever tender toward them. There was nothing in his record or history up Ohio or private mat would Lead mein Annn Noa Fanf. Iha a a Hulita waa 1. L. 11 wow a Wowak Hois la j pc ejects of. His Charity or. Kindness Conse 1.1. N a 3 14ouwjf to we uni Nur Irineu to near jus bitter declamation against borne. Excitement. There were no reasons in the past history of borne Why this countryl.1. j 1 Jud vow us. Aum Pipiu Fiauu Rei Auorb i Luhers. It was so full of glory that the Chil Dren of schools spoke of it ancient and Gray headed professors spoke it and a. Vans throughout the Earth spoke of it. It was its present title its religious aspect. That was arraigned and assailed Here and the american government would be advertised All Over the Earth As sundering dip Loni Atic relations with Poveru Westbe. Sawae of Ita Lelia Iulg Faith. Gentlemen on the other Side might flatter themselves now that they had the negro to take Tki no Ca of 1. A tar Virmati. Tit. I am ii. 1 a Twu Tiara it was already heralded let the dutch go let the Irish go we have got the negro in their never Haf they loved the foreigner particularly the foreigner of Catholic Faith. Greenbacks is National Banks. The treasurer of the United states ones inner when Vina hither tvs. Kun k we Ucucu Man of the National Banks is so irritated of Pineir conduct in refusing to accept the funding Bill that he says in a recent let ter that their Blind and selfish course will no doubt Force upon the country the question whether National Banks shall be permitted to Issue any paper to be used As Money or whether All Money shall not reissued by the government itself thereby saving to the people in interest from Twenty to thirty millions of dollars Anna ally certainly. That is the question which thai Dpn worn Riata mama Nail for years and upon which. They have in 1 1 t 1 1 1tuuntereu Xiv Naicai opposition. It is to Elain As to admit of but one answer. Why dear corrupt currency that robs the people of Twenty five millions of Dol Lars a year when we can have a better one for nothing. Who but an interested Earty can answer that question in the or. Spinner the question a already forced upon the country. It does not need the passage of the funding Bill to do it. A 15th amendment correspondent from Aurora writes us we had hoped that eur Aurora ads had dropped the Nigger and got that Load off their mind but it seems we were doomed to disappointment. The have dwelt upon that idea so Long that it not Only enters into their own being but that of their cattle also. As an illustration or. W. J. Eldridge has a calf three weeks old which is White and Black about equally divided and the hair on that part which is Black is Short and Crisp exactly resembling the Wool of the negro and where it is White the hair is straight like that of other calves. The Tail is Lack about half Way Down the balance being Long and Bushy. It is quite a curiosity and Well Worth seeing. We advise our Radical friends to go and examine Ravenna Frest. At the Virginia local election on the. 26th, in by Charnond the radicals erect their mayor by a majority of three Hund red and the conservatives carry their Council ticket this shows a vast falling off in the Radical vote and a Ereat conservative gain. The radicals also earned the town of Portsmouth and Farmville by Small majorities while the conservatives completely redeem Norfolk Alexandria Charlottesville Danville Staunton Lynch Bur g and other prominent cities and towns from negro Rule. The state of Virginia is Gro Mpr More strongly democratic every Day. The conservative majority at the last election was huge but it will be vastly greater next time. Again we say count the whole South solidly democratic at All future elections 1 Hon. Charles a. Eldridge of Wisconsin says the word Loyal is to be despised and bated. Hasiuk it reminded him of a definition Given. Of it by an army contractor during the War when asked to explain what he meant by saying that he Felt Loyal i mean said the contractor that i Felt like " steal " ing something or. Eldridge continued 4 that for himself he was patriotic not Loy Al. The word did not belong to this country it Only belonged to Massachi setts.". Our Irish fellow citizens must not be too hard upon president Grant for his out burst against them. He begins Bis proclamation in a Way which eight to satisfy 7 them by murdering the Queen s English solemnly to All Mankind the president declares that with her majesty the Queen of great Britain and Ireland the United states at peace and m the Alt t

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