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COS SALS HOUSE AND LOT
A. Hones and hot lfiA Soovflle avenue. Lot 45 by 2m,
veil stocked with fruit. M la US to. cooeitioa
tor aatuut. Will be sold cheep or Mia. anglg:23S
LXK SALE-DRIED FBUlT-Seven--..ty-nve
barrels Dried Apple tarsal., ati Msr-
tOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT In
irivflu A hrtr.tr Annan. near-lv mw. with 4
large r m aiofl high Ceiling on lower floor; good
Had bed-route, wuh a lai g. fcttic above: a good
catdetd. barn and an abuo'infle of w,tr. laouirs
aaf 17 .238 MaadTilie, Pa.
F)R SA.L1L--A fine cbanos for ft youne
and Kct'Te man to go into btisints With a capital
of from ,su to 2, w to ra(ue in the manniactar
.nd nJeuJf a most valuable article, (nst patented)
cwd IroKisti, Cut-mists and Photographers.
Aadrein lor particulars at oice Urawer XL, tievenna.
rpo MUSIClANa The lollowinff list of
JL Bra lntmtnnt-i viU be sold cheap for caab:
1 E fiat b7tjd-btile, 1 ft 11 .t Li i Bora, 1 B flat Sax
lloro, Tonur, 2 ft Hat S.r Uorna. Alloa, 1 B Hat Wn
tone, 1 B tla. -lido Trr m xo. 1 ft flat Tnba, 1 Ba
a id 1 Scare Dram; with Su or forty pieces of moaio
arrant d tor tn above number, AddrcM O. L.
fli ;sr, Nww Lubon, Ool. eo., O. angl38
FOB SALE. A Grooery Btuinaa and
Stock, doii ( a good Retail d Jobbing Bastneaj
Mock about aj,uuO. '"ouu.re at io. eu Jlerwin atrwt,
0 eTcland, angl6J3e
TTOK SALE KINDLINGS At HEB-
Mannfectorr, on tua JTlata.
be ail goni
OaU soon, or ther will
EOB SALE One good BUlUrd Table
at 161 Ontario at., cor. MichUaq. angU .a6
BL BALE-HOUcB AND LOT 145
-L Lake st.
li enst la tip-top conditio.
on tbe premie.
HOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE IN
BEREA. Will be sold cheap. This is a rare
ooaortuuity for Germans or otuera dealrona of edu
cating their children at the schools of tlerea, aod to
obtain a heme at small nirorue. Address P.O.Box
131 llerea, or "B" Uuu OUioa, Olereland, Ohio.
CUT STAVES AND HEADING.
The aDderslgned kaepa eoiutaati y on hand a
1 anre and well mad stock of aeaaonad out StftTes and
Heading, at tbe lowest aQarkwt prices, factory
near OlereUnd A Toledo BeUroad depot.
All orders promptly Ud and aatiafactloll war
ran sod. J UNA A aUKA.TOti.
fremont, 0 JtilT 18:2M
ljOB SALE TEK LABGB DOUBLE
X. Hon', and s Prospect street, suitable tor a
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W. N'HI.E at th ffreo- Hylnii s NoMe. fctl:F
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aod Lt. CoL XrwiQ, one of our ablest milnary writ
er u tbe complete official history Ol this grand
aruif asa wtiijl nod in all its details. Ivory Corps,
l vision. Brigade, and Regiment is awarded its full
bare of credit aod praise; the routes nf march are
carflu lr (olloired; tlit batti'S aod skirmiaU s are
descriled with the iTidness ef actual p&rnc'pation;
and the who narrative to enlivened by tbe coun ik-sn
Iccideuts, both sad and mirthful, that were an in
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the oUlwal character of tbe work:
Laxcactkb, Ohio, July 51, 1863w
C. B. BlCHAKDSOV, Kid.,
640 Broadway. N. T.:
Fir Oil. 8. M. Bowman, an acquaintance of mine
I nee lsi3, and more recent! j in tbe service of tbe
United M.tre, has bad accaM to mj order and letter
h okn. embraciLg osrit-s of all orders made, and let
ters written by me sitcothe winter of lnfil-2, w th
vit-w to publish a memoir oi tuy Life and Berricea;
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read mr secret tbougnts and cta. I be ieve him to
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how the success ot tbos" just commencing to can
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Another, Monday. 25; Taursd', 11; FrMay. 9; Sa
turday, 1$; totl for four days, 63. Another, 26 lor
fnnr days- Another, M for three days. Another,
9! in six days. Another, fit in ore week. Another,
3 in three Oafs. Another, 25 in three darn. Another
4i in a week. Th averane number of subscribers
R-rday for ach agent, as tOtsn fr. m the repjrts for
L-t week, that came in Tuesday morning U 7, which
to an extraordinary result, considering the hevy
rains throughout the country, aod the fact, that
many of our agi-nts are disabled soldiers who are
Hnb!e to work, all the time.
Hand for a circular and blank application. Incltslnc
92 lor an outfl', and mentioning several counties in
iborder ol your choioe. We give only two or thtve
townships to ot-gin w.th, but hold in r-serve a large
field tor each ag-ut, so that an extension of territory
can be granted alter a prater trial, if tonad mntnal-Id-irabie.
at West T-tirth strr et, LinciDhati, Ohio,
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lt w being prepared la the most thorough manner,
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aod be Illustrated with numerous portraits on steel,
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cordel. The free access enjoyed by the author to the
art rate records of the sereral uommanding tieneraia,
env o es him to present tbe lNsiaB OffiOlAL 11IS
TOUT of thoe tareat Campaign., and prepare such a
work ano one else p witily can do.
ho History of theitsbodion, AoweTer oornplete-can
1111 its place, fir all histories are more genera and
not .o specific la their character and scrpe, Ittpaot
within the province of the general historian to give
narratives ai.d incidents such as will lend a popular
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or suoh a pScrtJoular history ol each regiment, ss will
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participated in the event, described, as well as to
thjee who had friends and relatives thus engaged and
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AHttAUAH IUNGuIaN. ,
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xneriencel Avente. Profreslonal men. T. n.-i.
rs, leathers. Him haoioe aud Farmers even, will Bud
th i a rieeeant. and at til- eame tune a lucrative oe
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I tate from 7S lo 125 0 eurthers p-r week."
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sngt jw .
4? K( AAA HONEY
ram to suit aft to old stand and
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avnei arosertr and article, of valne. on the most sat
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ae. Jewelry, Quae, etc., tor sale at bargains.
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occa i. U. a W. WAOHEB.,
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mtA. Incloaft ao anTlona with tour own bktba.
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DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
rCBLIBBMD IT TBI
CLEVELAND LEADER COMPANY
FBIDAT, AUGUST 18, 1865.
The Democratic Party and Repudiation.
It ii daily becoming more evident that
the extreme Copperheads are already
leaning a much ai they dare toward the
.repudiation of the National debt. Two
eaoaei Influence them to thli meaeure.
Firat; having alwayi preached that the
war mi a failare and that the Govern
ment woald never be able to pay
iff debt, thy rnfrufsl to lubecribe to
the national loani, and now, they object to
being taxed to 'ply for them. Second
the whole history and character of the
p repent leaden of the Democratic party
justify us in the Inference that they will
cringingly 'Obey the commands of the
Southern chivalry, as they have both be
fore and during the war. These Souther
men are determined to secure the repudia
tion of the national debt,and their lead will
surely be followed by the YaUandighams,
the Woods, the Seymours and the Belmontsof
the North. Already are these copperheads
making a demonstration in this direction
by raising a clamor against the exemption
of Government bonds from taxation. The
aninia of this movement is identical with
the one for repudiation. It is put out as an
experiment, and, should it succeed, it most
surely will be followed by an attempt to
ine spun or ue wnole movement is
clearly show in the following extract from
the Cincinnati Enquirer. Commenting
on Judge Bishop's warning to the holders
of national securities that negro suffrage
would Insure them pecuniary salvation, it
Mr. Bishop's argument is not addressed
to tbe great mass of the people who are to
pay the bonds, and of whom, it is evident,
ne entertains many fears, bat is addressed
to the privileged class who hold them.
They are to save negro suffrage, and negro
sun rage n 10 save vnem. -mat is ue all
ance which Air. Bishop's party ia trying to
That is very clearly put. "Negro suf
frage is to save them," that is to say, the
bond holders and if negro suffrage fails,
the bond holders will not be saved.
Let it be understood that Rebels will find
hearty support fron Copperheads when
they demand repudiation. .Let it be borne
in mind that the surest way to checkmate
both will be to give the Iranchise to the
The Halifax (Nova Scotia) Colonisi
States that Mr. Card well, the British Colo
nial Secretary, acting in concert with the
Foreign Office, recommends the formation
of a Confederate Council at Quebec, to be
presidel over by the Governor Genera),
and to consist of representatives of the
British Provinces. Tbe object of the coun
cil is to make suggestions to Her Majesty's
Government in reference to commercial
treaties and, of course, with special refer
ence to the Reciprocal treaty. On this
same subject of the Reciprocity treaty, a
report was circulated in Quebec, on the
13th instant, that the Canadian envoy, Mr.
Gait, had returned from his Washington
mission with no more success than a piom
ise to refer the consideration of the Reci
procity treaty to a commission appointed
by Congress to investigate the financial
condition ot the republic. Mr. Seward, it
is said, strongly opposes a renewal of the
total vote in sixty-one counties, for
State Treasurer, foots np :
J. K. Garrard, Conservative.,, ..'E.g"")
Will. xj. tteale, L'nlon, ,, gli.pft
Conservative majority i,01S
There are yet forty counties to hear from,
and our impression is that the vote will be
very close, and the chances are that the
Conservative candidate will have a small
majority. Mr. Garrard, however, having
died since the election, the appointment
will devolve on the Governor, who will un
doubtedly confer it on his opponent, Mr.
The official returns in the Fifth, or Lou
isville" Congressional district, foot up as
General Rousfeau, Helen...
at. jnatiory, Cdnstrvative..
at. Monday ,,,,
Bouaasau ' majcrlty over SIallory
A Consistent Article.
The following sentences, taken from the
same articlelin the Plain Dealer, read
rather curiously when compared with each
The LiAsn, since its apostacy from the
faith of Oberlin, and its abandonment of
the "irrepressible issue" of negro suffrage,
has become exceedingly apprehensive.
Soon after, it remarks in reference to a
sentence quoted from the Lkadib:
Mere comes in ike 'HrrepressibU issue"
the inevitable negro. The right of suf
frage must be extended to the blacks, in
order to preserve the credit of the nation I
In one sentence the Plain Dealer
charges the Lxadxb with having aban
doned negro suffrage ; in the second it at
tacks it for supporting negro suffrage. The
Plain Dealer's forts is evidently neither
logic or consistency.
But when did the democracy of this
country ever go in for repudiation 7 Plain
Twenty-live years ago the States of Mia
sissippl, Arkansas and Texas, all entirely
under the control of the Democratic party,
with Democratic Legislatures and Gov
ernors, formally repudiated their debts, and
this day they are unpaid.
And at the same time, the State of Penn
sylvania, then controlled entirely by Dem
ocrats, failed, out of pure cussednees, to
pay her interest, and it was only when the
Whig party, and subsequently the Repub
licans came into power in that State, that
he resumed the payment of her interest.
Is the Plain Dealer satisfied now 7
Several hundred of the most respectable
merchants of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, have
been hauled up for neglect of duty under
Revenue acts, and mulcted ia heavy
Many retail dealers," particularly
druggists, photographers and booksellers,
also had fines of fifty dollars and up
wards imposed for them for insufficient
ataasping. ' '
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS. ASHTABULA A COUNTY.
A Company of National Guards, recruit
ed to the maximum, has been formed at
Bock Creek, Morgan township. Tbe Com
missioned cffiaers are Captain, H. R. Lat
imer ; 1st Lieutenant,Thaddeus E.Hoyt;2d
Lieutenant, Israel iJ alter, success to ue
First National Guard in Ashtabula.
On Sunday night last, the Woolen Fac
tory of Mr. Batcher, at Bock Creek, was
entered by burglars, and robbed of a lot of
nrusnea aous, amounting in value to soma
$400. No trace has yet been obtained of
The Ashtabula Sentinel says that Mr. H.
L. Beeve of New Lyme, has left it a spe
cimen of Timotny measuring six leetm
length, and not over, thick, showing the
fiaytoDenrm. lie baa not many acres out
Mr (I F. Giddinn, of Jefferson, on
Monday avenlne. drivine a vounir horse of
great spirit, by some means lost control of
him, wben be ran away, upset ue ouggy
into the roadside ditcn. breaking it, and
smashing ud things generally. His two
vorinn-eat dausrhtera, who were with him,
escaped without injury, though Mr. G. was
Last Sunday evening as Colonel T. 8.
Winship and wife were returning from
Oonaeaut to their home in Pierpont, when
crossing the bridge at the Union Mills a
plank broke and precipitated the hind
legs of his horse through. Of course tbe
animal was scared and floundered badly.
The Colonel jumped out and by some
means unknown to himself, succeeded in
extricating the horse, but after the feat was
accomplisbed found tbat be bad been sen
outly lamed himself.
"Petroleum" Well is a (rain on the ram
page, to us6a Scotch term. For three or
four dayi, the pent up sources of the place
have surged, heaved and throbbed, ending
ree-ularlv. once an hour, in a splashing and
splurging, throwing up large quantities of
bracKisa water ana a worm oi oaor, iran,
apparently, from the bowels of petrotia.
.Drilling will De sumea tnis weeE.
Nothing has been heard from the pris
oners who broke jail on the evening of the
9ih inst. in Gainesville.
On Wednesday of last week the teachers
and children of the Presbyterian Sunday
School in f atnesvule, took a pic-mc excur
aion to Little Mountain.
The Painesville Telegraph says tbat
Willard Green was arrested on Saturday
last and brought before Justice Doolittle,
charged with that most infamous crime
baying sexual intercourse witn bis own
daughter, aged about IS. She was deliv
ered of a child about ten days ago, which
she claims is Her own latner a.
The commencement and prospect of
speedy completion of the Ashtabula and
Iew ijisDon itaiiroaa, wmcn win supply
the Idtke Shore road with , and the
fact that tbe harbor at JTairport is now be
ing repaired by the Government, have
suggested to the people of Painesville the
propriety ot building a brancn railroad
trom the Lake Shore road at Painesville
to the mouth of Grand River, thus utilis
ing the advantages of Fairport as a coal
harbor, lt is ascertained that $30,726
have been appropriate! by tbe Govern
ment for tbe repair of Fairport harbor.
The proposed branch road has been duly
organized tbe Corporators being Messrs.
R. Hitchcock, C A. Avery, A. Wilcox, D.
R. Paige, and & S. Pike. ,
Brevet Brigadier General D. B. Pritch-
ard, the hero of the capture of Jeff. Davis,
has been in nelson lor a short time on
a visit to his parents and friends.
General . B. Tyler, formerly Colonel
of the gallant 7th O. V. I , is now. visiting
his old home at Ravenna, and will return
to his command next week.
On Saturday evening last a couple of
drunxen rowdies, running a horse and
butrev recklessly and yellin? like maniar-a
ran, in to the buggy of Messrs. Albert and
F. E. Underwood, about three quarters of
a mile west oi isrimiieia, upsetting it, caus
ing the horses to run, and throwing the
Messrs. Underwood out, breaking two of
the riM oi tne eider ana injuring the arm
of the younger gentleman.
The District steward's merAiaaj ibr tne
Ravenna district was held on Saturday
last in Ravenna. The following is theap
portionment of the Presiding Elder's sal
Ravenna, $65: Franklin, $48 : Talmadge
and Middlebury, $60; Akron, $75; Cuya
hoga JTalls, $70 : iSed.'ord, $37; Twinsburg,
$59; Warrensville, $40; Newburgh $60;
Unarleetown, $50 ; Rootstown, $47 : Ueer
field, $40; BracevUle, $47; Solon $30;
Hudson, $37; Windham $30; Jackson,
$40 ; JSlswortn, do; .KainDurga, 37, Xo
The following named Stewards were
appointed to represent tbe District in the
next Erie Annual Conference: Lewis
Miller, Akron ; X. A. Carter, Twinsburgh
We learn that during a recent thunder
storm the barn of Mr. John Orowl, in West
township, about two miles from New
Franklin, Stark county, was struck by
lightning, set on fire and burned to the
ground. Geerge Orowl, a young man about
22 years of age, was killed, and a Mr.
Brooks, a cattle-dealer from New Jersey,
who was in the barn, was dangerously
hurt. John Smith and William Flory,
citizens of New Franklin, were knocked
down, but escapod without serious injury.
Andrew Harroff, Coroner of Mahoning
county, died at his residence in Jackson
township, on Sunday last. He died quite
suddenly, while sitting in his chair. He
had been unwell for a lew days, but was
supposed to have nearly recovered when
his death took place. His age was about
seventy. He was a well-known and highly
As one of the operatives upon the A &
G. W. R. K, at Akron, was under one of
the cars of a western bound freight train,
on Monday morning last, adjusting some
thing that was wrong with tbe brakes, the
train suddenly started out. Finding it im
possible to leave his perch upon the brake
bar, without being crushed, he maintained
his position the entire distance, five miles.
to New Portage, and escaped without in
jury, except being nearly suffocated by the
aust. vm Dewgmraea, alter tne train had
left, parties started down the road expect
ing to find his lifeless remains upon tbe
tracE, ana wueu aoout nan way to Key
Portage, they met him footing it back.
was indeed a narrow escape.
On Tuesday evening last Sheriff Barii
son arrested a young man by the name of
Frank Uhadmon, on the charge of stealing
$36 from one of the brakemen on the train.
On searching Chadmon, two notes, which
had been executed by the railroad compa
ny, amounting to $11,000, and which had
been stolen from the office of the company
at Meadville, were found upon him. He is
now in jail.
A Coroner's inquest was held on tt
morning of August 12th, at Cuyahoga Falls.
upon the body of Robert Allen, found dead
on tbe common, near tbe corner of Broad
and Front streets. The verdictof the jury
was that the deceased came to his death bv
intoxication and exposure, associated with
causes unknown to the jury, and without
On Thursday of last week a pair of
norm attacnea to a lumoer wagon, belong
ing to Jar. A.aam ootzinn oi iNorthamp.
ton, and standing unhitched on Market
street, became frightened and started down
the street at a full run. After crossing the
bridge over tne 'unio canal, beyond the
jity Jini, it over toe k ana almost entirely
demolished a one-horse buggy in which a
young man from near Mogadore, named
Monroe, a crippled soldier and a student at
Hiram Institute, was nding. The young
man . himself was greatly . stunned and
badlv cut about the head, and lAvnreilv in.
jured in the back and side.
On Monday night last the office of the
County Clerk of Summit county was en
tered through one of the windows by bur
glars, who drilled a hole through the safe
door and, by introducing and exploding
powder, blew it entirely off.
By the use of the crow-bar, a cold-chisel
heavy sledge (sinoe ascertained to
have been taken from the Blacksmith Shoo
Mr. D. A. Scott) the inner door and the
small drawers or the sale were then lorced,
the valuables extracted therefrom. The
robbers obtained about $2,200 by the ope
ration, $1,300 of which was in Govern
tuent bands and the balance) in interest-
bearing Treasury notes and currency.
Xbey alio found inside tne targe sale, ana
carried off, a small safe, about fifteen inch
es square, in which they undoubtedly sup
posed the bulk ef the county funds were
deposited (.evidently taunting isey were
rooDingtne uoumy i rcaenry ) out wmcn,
besides between three and four dollars in
three cent pieces, contained only a few in
dictments against liquor tellers and other
The office of the Probate Judge was also
entered and a small safe rifled lor plunder,
but nothing taken, the only thing of value
to the thieves contained therein a $100
Government bond having luckily escaped
. Sheriff Burlison was aroused about two
o'clock by persons who had heard the ex
plosion, and hastily dressing himself start
ed for the Court House. About the same
time several persons stated from Mr.
Chisnelis house upon the run, ane not
noticing from whence they came, and la
boring under the impression that they were
a partol a gang, Sheriff Burlison discharj;
ed his revolver toward them; the ball
taking effect in the side of a man named
Mason, a stranger in the place, in Acting a
severe and it is feared a fatal wound. '
The Cleveland and Toledo Railroad are
commencing the work of laying the track
on their road between Elyria and Oberlin,
and intend to have it completed within
. A battalion drill took place in Oberlin
on Friday of last week, participated in by
Uompanies A and i, 3in .Battalion O. J.
G. The El ria company was very hospi
Two horses, belonging to Mr. Walts, of
Sheffield, backed over tbe bank ef Black
Biver, at the Rsd Mill in Elyria, on Wed
nesday of last week, wagon and all, and
down a declivity of forty feet, lodging on a
table rock, halt way down tbe steep, ai
most entirely unhurt.
George Gay, of Elyria, was severely
bruised last wees, by his team running
away near the railroad depot, and throw
ing him from a high load of loose lumber,
A man named Chapin was arrested near
Norwalk day before yesterday, by Mar-
snri squires oi .Milan, on a charge of steal
ing a horse from Mr. F. Hull of Sandusky.
He was brought before Justice Barker lor
examination, and was recognized in the
sum of five hundred dollars to the Court
of Common Pleas, and in default of bail
was committed to jaiu .
SHOCKING OUTRAGES ON THE
NEGROES IN ALABAMA.
Negroes Killed by the Whiles by the
Negroes Killed by the Whiles by the Wholesale---The Negroes Biding in
Negroes Killed by the Whiles by the Wholesale---The Negroes Biding in the Woods---Negro Churches and
Houses Burned by the Whites.
N0BTHWB8TIB!f FrBIDMIH's .
- Aid Commission,
Chicago, August 14.
To the Editor of the Chicago Evening
The following extract is taken from a re
cent business communication from one of
our teachers at Mobile, Alabama, - For the
last two months we have been in frequent
receipt oi similar statements, equally cre-
anDie. Ane author ot the extract here
with is a gentleman of more than ordinary
intelligence, and especially prudent in re
gard to tne repetition ol rumors. We
have no hesitation in accepting any repre
sentations ne mases.
J. R. SHITHERD, Sec.
in this State, I do not think colored schools
can be opened very generally, except in
such places aa tms, Montgomery, etc jsy
vovernor rarson s proclamation, civil law,
as it existed before the ordinance of se
cession was passed, is now in force through
out the State.
"In accordance therewith, the Mayor of
this city decides that the testimony of a
ooiorea man against a white man cannot
oe aamittea in a court of justice : neither
can a colored man sue or collect a debt of
a white man.
. "The i
(roArlman is.. one
only in n
while his actual condition
wben a slave. This is the result the rebels
wish to bring about.
"A meeting was held here last night, be
fore which statements were made as to the
treatment ot colored people by white per
sons, in the interior of the State, which
would make you sick of life. One hundred
and thirty-three dead bodies were counted
in the woods; five bodies were seen float
ing in the river ; two white mi n were seen
to pull a negro down across a log and cut
cis oeaa on wun an axe.
"Women and children were killed, and
then boxed up and thrown Into the river;
a woman was kited by a white man, and
burial reiusea by him to her relatives.
"For a black man to be seen with
'green-backs' in his possession is death.
Colored people are hiding in the woods,
living on berries, fruits, eta, to escape the
rury oi their iormer masters.
"These statements were made by intelli
gent, candid colored men before an audi-
ence of several hundred last night. In
Mobile, through tbe connivance ot some
body, churches and negro bouses are burnt,
women set to work cleaning the streets.
men and women arrested in bed and taken
to the guard-house, fined or sent to the
work-house, etc., etc
" List night there was a heavy fire, in
which three or four squares, mostly of ne
gro quarters were burned. Men were heard
to say that before they were done they
would burn every negro quarter and school
house in Mobile These things might be
The Successorship to the Suicide.
The Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Gazette writes aa follows in re
gard to the defalcation of A. P. Stone
The feeling of horror with whieh Ohio.
ans first heard of the tragedy that ended
the career of the man who was thought of
sucu spotless integrity ana nnancial worth
as to be called to the almost bankrupt
outte xreasury, to restore commence, after
the Brealin defalcation, has already passed
away in a contest "for the dead man's
shoes." B. F. Martin, Eq. a prominent
lawyer ot uolumbus, and Oeo.fi. Wright
oiaie tiartermaster lieneral under Gov.
Dannie on, . are the principal candidates.
Mr. Martin was the principal opposing
candidate at the time Mr. fctone was ap
pointed, and according to usage is, theie-
iore, regaroea as having a quasi lien npon
me reversion, xie nas oeen recommenaea
by the Congressman of the district, Mr,
Shellabarger. General Wright, - whose
military administration is thought like
wise to constitute a claim, Is urged by
When, recently, there was a postmaster
to appoint in Columbus, and four good
men wanted the place, a piece of political
prestidigitation established three out of tbe
four in comlbrable offices, and offered the
fourth a bureau in Washington! It re
mains to be seen whether the new Colum
bus question can be settled with such
Mr. Stone's suicide was none too soon.
His removal for some time had been con
templated by the Government, and at the
last moment a special agent was dispatch
ed to Columbus to make a report of his
case. Before that agent's report had time
reacn Washington, its work was accom
pisshed in another way, and the office was
We learn by telegram that Mr. Martin
nas been appointed.
Churches in New York City.
The number of churches in New Tnrk
Uity was ISO m 1845, 226 in 1850, 283 m
1H56, 300 in 1860, and 306 in 1855. The
increase of the Uatbolic Churches in these
twenty years was from 15 to 82, of tbe
irom az to 56 ; the Baptists
uviuijio23; tne fiDiscopaiians from 32
60; the Methodists from 29 to 38 - the
Lutherans from 3 to 0 ; and the Jews from
to 24; While the Unitarians inr-.roaaari
irom 2 to 3, the Universalista hald their
own, 4, and the Friends decreased from 4
By figures which are furnished bv a
resident oi tne tjaiiaraugua .Reservation.
seems that tbe red men are not dimin
ishing in any such ratio as has g3nerally
supposed, in ioo mere were dwell
ing npon the Boservation, 922 ; in 1855,
1,179, and in J805, 1,347, showing an in
crease in twenty years of 425. Buffalo
Express. ' ,
Not Diminishing. Andrew J. Hamilton to the People of
It is matter for gratulation and thanks
giving that among the Provisional Gov
ernors designated by the President to per
ioral tne exceedingly delicate and respon
sible tasks of guiding the Southern people
back into the Union, there are two good
and loyal men Andrew J. Hamilton, of
Texas, and William Marvin, of Florida.
Both of these gentlemen have resided in
New York during the war. They have
noted the growth of the anti-slavery senti
ment among the Northern people. They
go to their duties, therefore, fully in accord
with the heart of the nation, and the peo
ple will trust the President's experiment
to them much more confidently to than the
pliant Holden, the infamous Sharkey, or
the unrepentant rebol Perry.
Andrew J. Hamilton, Provisional Gov-
ernor of Texas, addressed a large audience
at Houston on the 28th till- and told the
audience of eidevant rebels that listened to
him some very plain truths. We make
some extracts from his speech, which prove
him a thorough Unionist and anti-slavery
Many valiant gentlemen
hereabouts promised to collect all the
blood that would be shed in a lady's thim
ble. . All they shed could be so collected.
Some of theoi are here to-day, who still
have the audacity to ad vise you as to whom
you may trust. But I shall not make snch a
mistake in my recommendations, nor ad
vise yoa to trust them. Remember all
that they said and predicted, and how all
their predictions have been falsified. They
lied to you from beginning to end. lt
may be said tbat all this is not conciliatory.
I am done conciliating men who are at
heart rebels to their government. The
man wbe, after the experience of the past
four years, does not admit that his course
has been criminal, is an unconquered rebel
He is ioineJ to his idols waste no
time upon him.
The North, you said, did not love slavery,
They had a constitutional right not to love
it. xeu seemed to think God had employ
ed the last twenty-five years of eternity in
perfecting this institution. You would not
allow free thought and speech. Slavery
was too sensitive. You did murder men
and maltreat tender women. You would
not even allow a man to be silent. If he
attempted it you made him run round and
bunt up bis neighbors to prove his sound
ness. Talk to me aoout a tree man, wun
the right of free speech and conscience.
The meanest dog in the community could
bring you before a vigilance committee.
Xhank tiod, if the war did no other good,
it secured the liberty of conscience. '
The President advised with me as to tbe
good effect of the proclamation, which
some doubted, unless enforced by armies.
I said, yeur armies will make it effectual.
Slaves escaping to your lines heretofore
have been sent back to their masters ; but
now, wherever the armies go, they will
break down the institution. I told him
foreign intervention was threatened, but no
foreign nation would dare interfere in be
half of slavery after the promulgation of
bis proclamation. .Recognition, after tbis,
never would have come, though the South
had waited ten years. Some Uiink the pro
clamation only a military order, and that
slavery can be revived alter tbe resump
tion of civil rule. This is folly. To say
nothing about the constitutional argu
ment, it is the law of war that a command
ing general has a right to destroy the prop
erty upon which bis antagonist depends,
and thus break him down. You claimed
that slaves were property, and only prop
erty, sjii the President had the right to
destroy any of your property, especially
slavery, which was the cause ot tbe war. k
voice "do you proclaim that the slaves are
free?" I do. They are free by the maj
esty of the law and government, through
the voice of tbe martyred President, and
will forever be defended in their lreedom.
The man who now opposes it is more
guilty than the man who first favored the
It we do our duty to tbe negro he will live
and prosper. He is inferior, you say ; it is
"". '" , to elevate biro. Home
would drag angels down rather than lift
others up. Your former slave cannot be
forced upon your society, nor upon your
table; nor can you force yourself upon
his. Conduct and character will prove
which is the better man. "I am willing
to take my chances with the black man,"
and if he has a better moral character than
I have, or better moral conduct, his claim
to re tne nest man is just.
How have tbe negroes behaved during
the whole war 7 Never was there among
a people so situated, and having such hopes,
such order, such good behavior, such God
like patience. What dc you say to it?
(To the negroes. "True, truei" they
. "But we must control the labor of the
negro." How control it? "Wei1, he won't
work. well, tbe laws suppress vagrancy
and we shall take up and punish both
white man and negro equally lor it. They
will be treated precisely alike. It is pain-
mi to tear you from tbe idol of slavery, lt
is like drawing a "cat by the tail." But it
has "gone glimmering." "But we want a
law to make the negroes fulnll their con
tracts." Well, pass any law upon the sub
ject you please, so it acts equally on both
white and black men, and treats them
both alike. Rid yourselves of the idea of
treating tbe negro differently from the
white man in any particular. The action
of any convention which compels a negro
to ao wnat a wnite man is not compelled
to no wm not oe received.
Goltschalk, who is gradually girding the
earth with his hammered wires, is giving a
series oi iareweii concerts in Ban Iran Cis
co. The Californians think he is great on
the pound, but wish he would not spend so
much time in getting off his gloves and at-
tuuinizinir neiore tne anaienee.
QUPPLIES FOR U. a COURT.
KJ Sealed Proposals will be reoelved by me at the
omcoi me narsnai Ol see uoltea Ote'es for tne
Northern Distr ct of Ohio, at Clevelaad. nntil
Saturday, tb 2.tb day of Anrust, li-bft, at la
o'clock M ., lor the furnlsning of tbe nseeesary snp-
puea lor so. courts ot tne united Btat-a In said
Districts, for theyear ending Aniust 81. Um. I.
anon quanuuea ana at sucu tlmae a. may be ra-
Bidden win be required to rpsct'v too nrires or
"ne as wmcn Kne! wiu ru'nwn tne a, vera! aru
eles, and their proposals will be acomnanied hv
ample, thereof In case tbe same are decided necea.
aary lor a proper consideration or their bids,
benarata bids must be made f.,r ana innnii,, em.
braced la the several classed below .numerated,
I- BL&NK FOOK", AUD STATTOWnRV-
BIAXK ltOOKH Mtdium. Demv. flmwn anil
Pap, Binding; to te "full Rnvala Plain," "Fa I
waso xtaooea,- ana "Halt tiound Muslin," per
xw w aDouiuiiig ig aampieaO! DUOltS Dt'V
ia use In tb. U. a. C.erk's vffice. Also tluarto
PAPBHltLmi Cap, foollcan. bill, commercial
Ota, letter, poatotftea wrapping per ream; Ireu
urv muitiug per uutra, w ins to tne team.
ES VELOPBa Lam slse rovernaiant. .
eallnf, letter a lie, government self, settling, per
A A II OLDgnS-Glmn. solid, hlnired can: com.
IS Kg Arnold'! Wrllin. tlnlj. i. .,.
A K-..1 . 7-- '-' t
atiBUniiLAnova Kea taps, per cross ; seal-
1-1 wax, per id: mnellae- oar drzaa hnul
outus, cer Denon; steel pens, (eilotff) per gross;
pen-holders, per gro s ; lead pwcils, y aber's beat,
per doasa ; gum elastic bands, aeaorted, per grots;
robber erasers, per doaen: rnlerK letter f.iH-...
Bituminous Goal per ton of two thousand poinds.
Pine Kindling Wrod dot load of tOmhitt ftt
Fnel to be delivered in snob Dart or tha hmiHinsr
im wphhjb tn vxarM are neia as tne Mtnha maw
""wi siyvji mu vu now miK amgranrni, porter
warwt, wr uiuei wiaw, suu aw t3 aocompnniea VJ ft OOP
itigMe vt ijuBuutj us asja iusjvu.
III. MISCCbLABEaOS HTTPPr.IXS
Brooms, per do sen; Hearth do. nerdeae! rik
or Costers, each; Sponge, per lb; Cavtiie 8oap, per
lb; clone Pitchers, each; Glaaa Tumblers, per
' t , L r"""i pr aoiea; rateat
Th. nndarstcuMi reserve, the rte-hs ta .i -ti
bids in case tbe latere. is of the Govemmiat shall
require It, on account of axoeasive price or fraud-
ABL RII.Tt n B M 1.-1
Clevelaad, August 16, 18. augl5:3
VTOTICJB TO CONTRACTORS.
Beaie. proposals will ba received by the an
dersigned up to tb. 13th inst, for th. grading and
i t u. t. n. a. irom
Elyria tooberlia, a dl-teneenf mile. TK.
work an braces about ttfiuiii ---.- 1 .
perches of masonry.
A map and profile ot th, line cm be awn at tbe
oture of J. O. Wllll.ms, Engineer of the Company
and further Information reir.ntinir ih. m.h - .
obtained of bita The 'omoanv reserve thavt...
releet an. .. .11 -
vaaavsrsaaawiBiawu avawrm STSC In the, ett. m.
?ae.dajiw a a.
Lilq Second Beion la l merle
Second Seison la l merle
L B. HOWES'
. ROWKSroeotfun y Informs
rjb'lo that tbis ts the nf-noBd
of his estabiishsseiit In Amer
ter an absence of seven year
i Eorooe, bri aging to thm noun try
The world tan erer neem, combining
a'l the great Bqneetraa r'Pimn
of England and Continental Enrope,
100 Male A Female Irtlitet.
- Mr. BOWT5 with a desire to grat
ify tbe universal publfeo. aa well as
his Immediate patrons, annoaacas a
Which the parpe of Knropa flocked
by thtn-ands, from d'etano of ten
to twenty miles, to nit sees.
Ia. gorgeous pageant
More brilliant than evr tekald by
mortals since tbe days of chivalry,
or the Pplendors of the Field of the
Cloth of dold. In thtt groat pro
eeeeion will appear tbe Grand ha
rlot ot iEointsw.Ui lb nu OfEHA
BAB D. fJlowed by th
Beaatiftil Tblua fitr,
Oarrtlng a Living Lion In the
trotts, and containing aa Allegor
ical Tableau of America, represen
ted by ft Grcnp of Beeotiiol Tt
mates, claslcaIy draped. At tbe
feet of the Goddess of Liberty,
omocbe- a large living Lion, train
ed by Mr. Crocket. Aronnd are
gronped beantifol gills, represent
A us nVEBICA,
With Truth and Jamie- standing
by. This magn'fleent pevipeteuo
oietnre will tw followed by
NEPTUNE'S SEA CHARIOT
CHINESE CHARIOT OF
MASSIVE CAGE OF LIONS,
nd other Chariots Cars, and Ber
lins, of OTqnisite workmaeshlp.
drawn by detachments of the efag
nifloent Stad of Porewn Horses,
and sncotedsd by the-whole troupe
of artists, tMlnaing the most
BeauUfol Lad Rid en la
11 Shetland Ponies,
. haiwnto tb,
Th whol forming the Boat at-
trtctire ont door display ever wit
nessed on tins continent.
it h den of s'x enonvnii Lions
fresh from the forest, an tamed and
nntabdned, tare by thisbesstnon-qiie-rar,
whose daring exploit at
Attiey n a mpb i tneat re, iondon,
won bim endartor lame. Thlsc'o-
rions act consisted In going a'ono
into a wnoi item oi beniit. whk-h
Dai sscaped from their cage and
devoured poor fellow who fell In
their way, and by hit feyetertons
powr. queuing weir rge and
ihtm for bleod, and leading them
back to thtir den. Mr. Croetett
win appear at eaoh performance.
In their enormous cage, fd them
with raw meat from his naktd
hand, and demonstrate his eontrol
over them br making ihem per
form a number of mannrrsa and
nor el erulatirms. During an in
terntl In tbe Ulrona nerformance.
nr. Crockett will go through hta
aanug ana wonaerfnl entertain
ment witbin tbe Immense
DB9 Of WILD 110X81
In the enter o the arena, ex bib
ittng ia tba audience ft dfgr of
steriiDK courage ana iron nerve
never Deror equaled by mortal
In adrlVlon to th most nnlqno
and r-markabie attractions, whicn
of them9lTee excel a I others now
be'ore the pnblio, the maaftgera
taie pnae ana pieaanr in aa-
iKanciug tnai ue
Nine In number, will a ear in
their wonderful and characteristic
feats at each eihibitiou. There is
no race of people aa lee glob,
around which center, more that u
inieraenng 10 in. publl. In gene
ral, and lb. historical stadent la
particular, than tb. race to which
these lithe and graceful romads
belong. Whether considered In
retail ,a so ue peculiar Ills they
laU the beautiful and etraege tra
dltlms which they hold, thtir aa-
cieo ii le ana naoits a. desert bed
In tb. tUble, their preponoeraao.
i. puevy ana SODjf, UMir
Powers of Phytncal Endurance,
And tbeir almost miisculous skill
as horsemen, they ohallrnir. enr
wonder and respect. Those at
M tached to Ibis astahlliheaeei
1 noble specimens ot their tr be, and
an in. pecniiarltirs of
tneir people, while aa OrmmuU.
r. , frnm. In.,., . .1 . .
talent ot tb. arena an neb artists
at Ian s-nstw va iu
Tha h-c Iful and charming Bog.
lish Iqostrleane, whoi. career in
ametica aa, oeen ssarksd bv
acoessioa or trlumpha aapreca.
u-Hwu in erenic aonaia. ,
Th. wonderful Bare-bee s: Bldar.
Th, popular "cenlc and baekaene.
riaa Artists, and great tilympl.a
Jahaay Maeket Little) SSar'k
the numerous Oomaalana
Principal aider a.d Ureal dumer.
Bat out Lea per aud eanaral Kiaes-
The Conkllm Stsnth.sv.
Tbe Wonderful Oannoa Kali Far
formers and aomn rostartats.
Mrs. rt l and Haaaaa
Th. tfimltabl., datleg and aarit-
ung l rape, feriorroera.
forming a Comio Unartatte. oom-
prtelag Ham losw, the great Amer
ican mown; nrrn Venus, tbe
Momns of tb. King; Joaenv Mt
th. finito, of tbe Arena; Iuttlb
mac, ai w em ejnmaidi. .
WILL EXBIBfT AT
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1 Maaallton, Taeaday.
j Canton, Wadneeday.
Medina. Frldav '
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By CoL 8. M. BOWMAH A It. CoL R. B. IRWIf(.
1 Vot, tvo; 500 Pages. Oletb, 3,60.
With Bight Bplendtd Rteel PortiBHe, and Maps,
The extraordinary eampa's of MaJ. Gen. Wm,
T. 8hei man and his nobe ariur. bAVt bsen th sne-
Jeot of th moat neqoaiA4 naie In every erciion
or onr country, and bare commanded the attention
and a miration of taw world.
This work written by Col. Bowman Gen. ther
man e pronrVl friend, aod Lt. Col. rwio, oief
rur abtst mill ary writers la tbe complete ejffcia.
kiatoty of this grand army as a whole, and in a i
ts oetails.. Every Corpe, IH.j.ion, Hriwte and
Refriment Is awarded is foil she e of credit and
praise; the routes of march are carefully fol wtri,
the bttls and skirmishes are Jeoxibed wlih tbe
Tttidne-w of actual participation, aid the-whole
narrative Is enlivened by tb count tens 1- o1denb(
both sad and mirthTnL tbat we e an lusriUbie ac
oompantment of ancb cam r a' gas .-
tten. therm en's opinions aud po'icy on all qua
tl'na of obiie oonoorn an fnlly mad known by
communications trom him-elf, and otherwise; and
JtscriminatlDg bl graphical ske core of all Ue
prominent txiinmanders are rtwn. Every destred
Information In regard to this great Army, lu Lead
er, Commas, March's, rirng'ani Victories
Is contained in this vtvlnve, which wiomplete and
nnlqna. Many thiogs hitherto not nnderaK od. are
here male plain and all tbe various pretraratioDR
and movements are plaotd In their piooer liht
No okr OJtrial and Amtkftic Hvtcry of 0 great
jirmp wut oe pnotinri lor no oilier wrlUi eaJi navs
Mu to the pi i ate nod oftictal papers of the sev
eral commander. AH such iafurmation is fur
nished for this work admit!.
Tnefollowlnglettar Turn fat nernl Sherman shows
theomotai enaracter or tne wrk :
LaMJasrsft, Ohio, July 31, JlC5,
C. B. RlCBASPflO.li-q ,
640 Br adwav. N. T.
f r CV-looel d. M Bowman, an' ncqnaintano- of
mine since ltJ, and more recently in tbemc
of the United etates, has had access to my or
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made, snd letters w.itt n b me eince the wint-rs
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acta ' i heiteve mm to ie iu powdisioaoi ail au
thentio fact that can Interest the frnrl reader.
Ism' Ac, W. T. hUKBMAN,
This volnmo Is IMutrtrated wl h splendid BTKItL
POKTBAIT) of M.J r Generals tiherman, Ucb
fle d. Howard, 81om m. Loran. Blatr, Davis and
BHpatrick. and witb ca'efslly prepared maps and
diagrams, furnished by 4J-neral O. M. Poo, 'hi f
KaKinearof the Army, and floely ear raved on stone.
To ad who haveaeivvd in aoy capacttv In these
brilliant campaigns the work will be invaluable;
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