r-nnT,UMBTI8. OHIO.- t
"JanwnAYMORNlNQ,'JUNE 30, 1861.'
Meeting of the Democratic State Central
Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee.
TbXmomiie State Central ComniUtee -M
i. .i.- f Calomboi on Faidat, Joxt
.SGI., a o'clock. P. M v A general" end
WM. MOUNT, Chairman.
W. J. JACKSON, Secretary.
June 28, 1861.
June 28, 1861. The Government has no Power to
June 28, 1861. The Government has no Power to Transcend the Constitution.
. .vu Miintrr'tha doobIs alone are beo-
AU VMoaw " V "
lately eorerelgn.' Tuey hare bound and limited
thtir rulers or pablle eer-ants by written oonstl-
tuUcs,endealdtotuem wttn n imperauvw,
--...tnM.ni wotee HHkerto may yonoomo.but
0 furthn. .r'-;T",'-i'-''v'
The Union-Government which tne peopie m
thaM SutM have created, is sovereign witnini
Ueee owiwi uatTw
IU constitutional sphere, but has bo sbsolnte
.n.raiffnt. Is cannot UaLScenQ we powers
granted by iheConetltutloni for that is an aet
ahaMuts soveretinti which the people have
rM.ril 10 themselves, and which would have
H.malnMl in them without such reservation
When, the efore, our rulers usurp this sovereign
nn..r h trinscendins the limits or toe w"'
tmlon. they are, to that extent, in rebellion
...w tha Union, and if no other remedy re
mains, the people have tfe right to resume th
J., ...j anrt nnat the nsurDlnc dels
eiegavw" 1""""" "
aatM hr revolution.
it la aaid that in limes of rebellion and great
.vit. i, maw ticpome necesstr for the
flnwarnment to exerciae powers not granted b)
the Constitution, In order to save it. This
makes our rulers for the time being the sole
judges, whether an exigency has arisen justify
ing the exercue or that eosoiuie sovereign,
which is lodged in the people alone. It they
mat resort to It at one time, they may at
another. Its usurpation Is a stride toward del
potism; it is in truth, so far ss the usurpation
roes, nothing but pure despotism.
It is not for the servants of the people, chosen
for the exercise of powers and Ibe performance
of dutiee prescribed by the Constitution, to de
termine whether a crisis has arisen in public
efflre, when they may transcend those powers
or neglect those duti. It is for the whole
people of the Union to decide whether, in cue
of a formidable rebellion, or any other groat
nubile calamity, tbey will ohange the Conititu
tion according to the terms prescribed In it for
its own amendment, or whether they will lay it
on th ahalf for the time being, and resort to
measures equivalent to a revelutlon, in order to
save the Union snd perpetuate onr free Institu
tions. Weklleveitiala the power of the people
of this Uuiou to put down the present rebel
lion and save themselves- from either anarchy
or despotism, without resorting to the process
of revolutionizing the administration of the
Federal Government, otherwise than is author
ized by the Constitution. An amendment to
that instrument may or may not become neces
sary. That will be determined by future events
Toe mass of the people, whatever demagogues
may assert to the contrary, are for preferring
the Constitution end the Union, in all their
original excellence and purity, alike from the
insidious yappings ot professed frienda and the
" violent assault of open and declared enemies.
It Is time for the people to speak out in tones
that shall be heard, understood and obeyed
Demagogues, at the North and Sotfth, have,
mainly for their own private and selfish ends,
involved the country in a ruinous, oivil war.
Let the people rebuke these selfish, unprinci
pled leaders, and require that the Government
of the United States shall be administered, ac
cording to the Federal Constitution; that the
Government of each Stale shall be administer
ed according to the Federal and its own State
Constitution, and that obedience to constitution
ai law, whether State or National, shall, in
all cases and under all circumstances, be en
What shall be done With the Negroes!
t As toe war progresses, its anticipated results,
so far as slavery is concerned, i beginning to
attract the attention of the Abolitionists of the
country. They, taking it for granted that
elavery will be abolished, are now agitating the
question as to what shall be done with the mil
lions ol slaves now held in the elaveheldlng
States, when abolition or emancipatloa takes
A correspondent of the New York Ommer-
eial Aivertittr proposes that Florida be made a
eolony for the negroes. Another proposes that
South Carolina also be added to that; and a
correspondent of the New York f l propose
to eend them to the" Wands of Oceana."
It perhaps is we.l to consider this question.
If it is the determination to prosecute this war
for the extermination of slavery, it is highly
proper that tboee who design this result, should
provide some place to which the emancipated
Urea shall be sent. In this, they will be in as
much trouble as the men who won the elephant
at a raffle. On this point the Abolitionists and
Calanizatloniata alwavs disagreed. The reason
that Colonisation never amounted to anything
wae, the Abolitionists always opposed it and
out ever obstacle in the way to thwart its de
signs. . The Abolitionists contending that we
had no right to drive, or send them out of the
Again, the educated negroes, euch as Fun,
Dooauss, Lanoston and others, not only pro
test s gainst leaving the country, but that eman
eipation must be followed by the admission of
the negroee to all the rights and Immunities or
the whites. ' The abolition of slavery would
not satisfy them, unless it wu accompanied
with a full recognition of equality, and In this
the negroee have always been sustained by
the leading Abolitionists of the country. The
Abolitionists era anxious that any scheme shall
be carried ont.'-which will end in freeing the
. negroes of the Souta, for the reasoa that they
know, as does every sensible man, that tbey
will Instantly make their w to the Northern
States, where the promise of "freedom" and
'equality ia held out. This Is ae eeitaia to fol
low, as that the sun will rise and set; and the
people may at well look the matter aquar ia
the face, and prepare themselves for the event.
The idea that the white people ot any of the
States would sell out, or rhatjthey ean be driven
away from their homes, that they may be con
verted Into a negro colony, ie simply an absurdi
ty. Who eaa buy or cell the territory of a
State? Who would be the contracting parties
and makethe deed of sale'?
I the war to bring about emancipation 1
' This correspondent of the Pott, who, that pa
per says, Is a " German Professor' ia hit con
cluding pwsgrapb, says: "'.
: rrr J ! rr
i..ttha war erv be: 'IA Aerrv for all' II will H
echoed by th whole World. : A U.fty Mm Hut prvd.
the nuiii of the army meaee ,'tmoi conquer an. tr wear
IAj Wend o Itlirty to. 2 eoo (pecftftvr. oad V
. . . if 22 s-'r at A nuU Let the Confederate
Slate tuocsea in trrjir 4 tunyugu weir ikihiot,
toey wui km rco(iad ii a pr u wall ss Mocerr
Sreeee, and Belgium, ar id Mexico, and Braall, and fen
nna iiM. ana oineie a avo oeen. aoa ao mm okiuu oui-
oaleo ( North Aeaerte 4 hart bam, and se Italy will be.
though In uprising twiy war rebeiiiousBtatet.'-
Webaoit here, "If the Republicans only
go for (he restoration of tbo Union, the friends
of liberty (!) will bo cool spectator," (to
This li what woha.ro ala-aye maintained., II
the AbolUioblsts, or the,", friends of liberty,'!
M ho termi then thought that this war was for
tho "reatoratloa of the Union" aa it wu, they
would not be "cool ipeotatora,1' bat open and
bluer opponent!. , Tbey go for the war for Ten
geanoe on elarory, not for a. restoration ot the
Union with slavery as It now exist!.
Their motto ie, abolish slayery, Union or no
Union.. If it does not abolish slavery, bui re
stores the Union, it is to them a fruitless and
unmeaning war ! , .
Who shall be Governor ?
The Palnesville (Geauga) Ttlegraph of the
a7th ,llne two Governors:" the one we have
I and the one we Intend to have at the next eleo.
ja tegtr,j to the one we have, it says:
v.i. .nnhiiia and tha Democrat! upon the
I 1 . . . k 1- kn.nn
Oovarnor of the State, with res.eoi to hla aotlon
oppljlDf and equipping anr troopa Tbi haa been
-..ii-...-. .. 11 h.. nnlnit: It haa barn ai foul
Intent aa tha end will be contrary to - what ther tbould
ba axeept the people arrlrs at a proper onneralandlDg
of th oaaa, snd put a' Hep to the whole matter."
On this point, we will merely soy that If all
the Republicans who bsvemade ao'nelaught"
on Gov. Dmmson and his Administration are
"bastards," the legitimates of the Republican
family are few and far between
The TtUgror k, however it might denounce
the "bastard Republicans" for their course
towards Gov. Df unison, m akei but a poor de
fects of his conduct. It says:
We can eee where the QoTernor'a aotlon ahould hare
been different; bat whether In hie potltlon 10 tne oegiu
.....unMh.mkin.il hlisonduet better, ts e qom
Hon mm hli not undertake to detcmlue. Thai oar
troop bare been treated m .et henblli, In eoae Inetanci
-an 1 that the Slate, In the coutrieta for feediaa ana
elothins them, he been plundered with an nnparlni
w.-j .r-;.k... rf..h..nahn In alt oMi we cannot
chant) 9ot. Deosiaon with diihoneit and vim eonai.
Tate In the matter "
Now, thl is just what tb Democrats and
"bastard Republicans," as the TUjr.ph calls
them, have charged. "That our troops have
been treated most shabbily," "snd that the State
in the eontraots for feeding and clothing them,
haa been plundered with an nnsparing hand,
no doubt true," and this is why they have de
nounced Gov. Dsniuson, and those, who have
been appointed by him. We have not eharged
Got. Dmmsou "with dishonesty or connivance
in the matter." We do not believe Gov. Dh
nison a dishonest man, nor do we know that he
had any interest in the contracts by which "the
State has bsen plundered with an unsparing
hand." But we do know, that tpecial pets and
prominent Repnbllosns in this city.have obtain
ed contracts, signed, some by his own hand, and
others he must have known of, which have
amounted to nothing more or less thsn inde
fensible oitrsges upon the people of the State.
The first clothing contracts let by the Governor
in this city to men here, and In Cleveland, Cin
cinnati and Dayton, at sixteen dollars per suit,
were outrsgeous. ' There are other of like
character, of inexcusable favoritism to ssythe
least of them.
From all these things, admitted by the Ttlt
graph, we must conclude, that the least that
oan be said of the Governor isthat be Is totally
incompetent for such a crisis. ,
The TeJeyresA, however, 00 the whole, thinks
It better to let Got. Dcmtison retire on the war
laurels he has already Won, without Incumber-'
ing his brow with any more; and proposes the
names of sundry "irrepressibles" from "North
era" Ohio, which, it claims, is entitled to the
next Governor.' The names suggested ars Sen
atoror now General Cox, of Summit; Sena
tor Monaoi, of Oberlin; or Gen. Asblxt, (1
of Lucas: Gen. C sow ill, of Cleveland, and
one or two others of the same stripe. There
would be no objection to either of the gentle
men named, to far as his abolitionism ia con
corned. On that point they are all undoubted.
Mr. Giodinos will indorse either ot tbem
ps'rfeotly "sound on tha goose "
The TeIcrpsajs,"A hurrah for the Union
is not sufficient." That it precisely our epln
ion. - We want no inch Abolitionists as
Ttkgrupk names because they now are hypo.
critically "hurrahing" for the Union.
want a tried, constitutional Union man,
such an one is not to be found In the irreoressl
bieiist., ; : ;
Slanders Upon our Troops.
The Louisville Journal, speaking of the ex
asoerated fselloss of the people North
South, uads mors intense by mlsrepresenU.
tions by ths Infatuated leaders, says:
' "We have yet to hear of a single authenticated charge
ifinine or outran atwnheloieaefemaleo! In this
ticular ths United Stales army challenges a favorable
comparison with any body of troops known In history.
Baton tha other band tne Confederate leadeis are busily
engaged In firing the Southern heart and stimulating
revenge of their soldiers by circulating tbe moat exag
gerated. If not entirely unfounded reports of oatracee
on women by the federal troops: and Boaareaad
elonded his renutation Indelibly by aaeertlng that
Northern war-cry is Beauty and kooty. This policy
to be deeply regretud, for It throws Impedimenta
ths way ol those negotiations which meat ultimately
resorted toaa the means ef restoring peace. It
sentiment la led astray, and the aapem of sectional
ting Is increased by lalae repreaeutaitone, the time
aerev eeme for a dlvpaiatonaut aud eteteamanjike oaoi.d-
oration of oar national dlihcaloe. lne he roe animosi
ties of war die out almost as aoon aa its camp fires;
armies will panes In mid battle, should an
oe proclaimed, and fraternise crdiellr until
trace ezelrae and ilua renwW their work of destruction
Mat uue steady, persistant and fiendish education ot
e-otloue to kale each other by the Invention of
and their promulgation through tbe press,
forever prevent any settlement of ditttcoltiee.
There Is not a man In tbe whole North,
does not know that the charge that ."the
of onr gallant troops is "beauty and
is false and slanderous, and only used tolDfUme
the Southern heart. And yet, if Oen. Biadss
au needed evidence to prove his slauderooi
charge, be need bat obtain copy of the
York 7VtoM which contains tbe following
article headed "Uniformed Thieves," in
is a fetter from Its regular conespondent
Fortress Monroe, dated June 23 . .
-Ibeeuti'.ges oommittd by oar soldiers on the
ty,andBo.aufreqant!y on the persons also ol Virgin!
ana, Souoelred lo oe Beceesionlato, are a d is, race to
army. A proper degree of aiecipllne wouid lueaie
suootlngof platoon, of SCoUnd.eie not all private,
eee at to have imotued Uie Meet that that Same her lo
end deitro. The aliagee that I euo.d detail
eeiwaialed to eaaaeeverydcoenlajan to bluan. Awound
has beea lull iced thatksver will heal so long as
remain,. It is in tbe hope that eeme good
ha done taenoe thai I BMAe ibis disgrace el eouleeeton.
I shall not heattato tu catalogue the odcidrrs should
outrage, continue. I do not pretend to say where
reaponiiMiiiy ahould he; bat uu I know: u oa,
b, nut .inui. earned a name for vandalism, such a
otoer ever had, no leas a saudea chock ie pat to
barbarism by the eammary aoootti.g 01 onesaera,
will not leog without that diet Inetlon. Ken oomman
ly deemed reepeoiaole at hoene. have bsen guilty of
that any Jury wouid conaider worthy of being atoned
by iuOMOeratlon in the Biate Prison the remainder
their lives. Oommltted In time and place Ilk
each acts ought lo be followed by the summary shooting
ef the offenders- If Mea. Boiler would keep hi
clean, be a, tut institute a vigorous rule in ellcaeee
tb. riihu of iiaraone or property are Invaded. Mine
bat the language of there who are made I feel that
sou set tb dug race attaches to them, and all support
ers of the rati to its cease-"
We congratulate ourselves that cone of
gallant Ohio man ere at Fortress Monroe.
they were, for tbels honor, we should demand
ofthe 7ic to name regiments end men
thus charges with inch infamous conduct.
This kind of talk about onr soldiers answers
the same purpose in the Booth to influence
Judgment of the Southern people against
army as does the abolition; slang of papers
he 7Yi6i against the Institutions of tb
South, to enrage the people of the South against
the North. BcAuateaao need but copy this
TWouae L letter for bit proclamation. It would
have answered ths same porpose, and the TVis-
em would have received the condemnation be
luslly reoelvea ,
We have no doubt bnt that this letter from
(he frioniu will be read In all ths camps of the
Confederate army, to sustain the truth of what
BiiioaiQAiD says In bis proclamation
GreeleyThe War-The Administration.
There is discord and trouble in the heart of
the Republican party, of a nature and to an ex
tent that we of the outside world do not pre
ciaelv comprehend.': "The editor of the New
York 7Vi6s is assuming a very belligerent
attitude toward the Administration, and is using
lauguage when speaking of the Prealdent and
his Cabinet In connection with the war, that
would be held, if spoken by a Democratic editor,
as rank treason. In the ZVi6M of June 27,
GricliT talks thus :
" ! the war to be eondnoted on political or on military
principle!? Ia It to be a politician', war, lookln towaru
oompromlM with the rebele and oontplraujra aa lu ' PDr0-
prlai conciouon. or 11 u 10 am m .u,u.. . -- ---maintenance
of the Constitution and enforcement of the
,nihin hnt the entire eubmllllon f
the coniBtrelorel Th H" aueetloa now before
.... ...71..-. ...( n th.t it haa been relied be the
AHmini.tr.iion' and not b the people. In the view of
the people, the only purpoee of the war la to e""" "1
rebellion, ana precervo mm munnu
mi. ... .h.ll ha nroaannicd With the at-
moat Tlaor. and that the ooly treaty ever mad wlih the
tntnrcents ihall be the on by which they aball lay down
. 1 ajIt eatallal allaf (In H 'll ltk
tnetr anna ana eurreDuer nr um .... -
tore who bar lad them Into thl, atrocious and Inaxons
able rebellion. Bat sacn. we siy. nee nn 10,.
i influential men who are chanted who heavy r
ipons.bllltieeatWa.hli.iton. It Is true we hare ome
leeble protestations to tue oontrary in tha dlipatch to the
associated Press, which we this mornlne, pnbllshi but no
soon denial oan put out of eilht the fact that hitherto
ti tear Kru bm conducted raxsZtuiWy poJ'M
eturt war. .Md with a final compnmUt with riMt
alwavt ttvt Ae taekurvtmi. Why alee wae Butler
doMiaoed becaaee be bad occupied Baltimore and wu re
ductua It to order and obedience su.h ae It hae oarer ex
..... Kt. ..mnnil Wh, elie should Patterson
ermy be aept oat of Virginia for a fortnight, learins the
rebels W deelroy milllooe of property.and commit enor
moue outrun on lojal menl r)hy ene M Clellens
miserable treaty wllh Maoflin7 Why else was lomp
tine put nnder the ban for his gallant exploit at Ssirtx
Oonrt Mottftl Why alee is that gallant and Lerge.lo
soldier, McDowell, condemned te neelees Inaeilvliy In
thefaoeol the earmy?TWhy else are Lyon and Bliir
blamed f r aaTlna MKeouri, In a way which one of the
hUhest officers in the service of the United Btetes the
o.her day tereely and profanely deeorlbrd ae raising
bell, and maktov the people eoeiaipe rated Mat (4eyvW
lavt nm(nri.. -.Ma fn.
"Mow, wa ten tue wmonu .. -
thl. drift and Undency of things that tha war cannot
much longer be conducted and held In heek ky pollt
oiana, whether la nslforaa or out, who eeek above a
things to save the foallnire of the Border States and still
leave the door open for a compromlea. Bach folly and
trifling may have been excneable when w ftied a bn
Srtd nns oa the conclusion of John Tyler a Virginia
Oonferencsi bat the day for It now has pnieed, sever to
There is do doubt that politicians laid the
foundation of this war ot It op and that
Gsiilit plsyed bis part In the performsnce as
effectively as Rhitt, Ji". Davu, or any other
Rebel In ths land, and it may be true that the
object and Intent of the leading Republicans is
to msnsge it for the benefit of politicians. We
think Guilbt may be right in his opinion, but
the volunteer army do not so consider It. It
has gone into the field to defend the Constitution
and enforce the laws, and nothing else, and to
Mr. Gkkut and the Administration will learn
In the end.
In the same number of Gsklct's ptper we
find the following dig at the Secretary of State
The Secretary of Stat an tho rises a denial of oar state
Kent that peace proposition, have been submitted. We
expected that, of eoeua. Diplomacy baa the same pre
rogadv ae grand larceny, and can plead not guilty" to
tne Indictment. the AdmleaHimUon recall jameaB.
u...r. l.l.hoi, and break nn the eamoooet thaoth-
.u. at iha river, for an advance to kichaaood. and ths
eoaotry will believe him sod discredit as. Otherwise,
tnev will take his disclaimer for Jast what it is worth,
and ao mora." -
These are aingalar mntteringe, coming from
the chief organ of the Republican party in the
Union, and serve to confirm the opinion which It
rapidly forming m the oosntry, mar. ma men at
the bead of affaire are wholly Inadequate to the
crisis. Disoord rages like a basala volcano in
their ranks, and by the admission of them
selves, Incompetency ani corruption rule their
actions. The process for the relief and redemp
tlon of the people, it slow, but ture. The bal
lot box is the only remsdy, and the report
which will be made from the people, through
this agency, at the fall elections, will have
reformine and salutary influence. It will kill
Republicanism "aa dead ss a mackerel."
Union Nominations-Joshua's Ram's
The Ashtabula Seniisel of the 27th of June
lays down the law to the "irrepressibles"
Ohio, and speanW in authoritative language
tbem. It declares that, for suggesting nomlna
tions for Stste officers by s no party Union
Convention, the Cleveland Leader has ceased
"to be a Republican paper, and is in the field
aa a neutral." It says Wadi, "tbe tiled and
reliable," must not be set aside, end that Mr.
Lincolu has, when speaking of the proposed
fusion oi parties,, said "I km In favor of
whenever it oan be effected croN Riroiucaii
raiecirtis, sot upon mo otbib conditio".
version trroN ant otbis plat'obii wools
iniani as oitraiNoiruiD.
The innocent and green members of the
ty, who have thought a union of parties praoti
cable and satisfactory to their leaders,
learn from the SeitiiseJ that their labor to effect
such an object is very offensive, and in fact
not be tolerated. Mr. Lircoln's remarks '
relation to tbe subject are in txoeediog
taste, and show tbe strong party prejudice
bias of bis mind. If he expects the people
the country to adopt the political dogmas of
party, he will find himself sadly mistaken.
Tbey, with their authors, will be signally over
thrown and retired, as soon as that ean be
fected through the ballot box. We copy a
of tbe article from the Sentinel1, as follows:
The Cleveland Ltadtr of the (3th has aa article
der tble head. In which the editors of that paper give
their adhesion to the project of Ignoring the Hepubllcan
party at the election thl, year Bo tar, therefor,
Imadtr osaeea t b s Kepablteaa paper, and I lu
niid ae a neutral Bappeetog tbeedttoie te retain
of th.lr old sjmpatn.es. we would aak mem la all
estnesa. If they are eerlous n a pr position that will
dinctly contribute to the election of Tallandlnghain,
rngh to in uniiea mate, renai ior ine next nx
and the eettio aside of the freed and rtUablt
Are thee preuared to place the whole power of the
In the hands of the Democra-j? and are tbey read,
leave the next Leetslawi, and the State, eoertnuted
compromises with slavery that we have been fighting
year' It IS tmpoaaieie war. soon a. union 01 peril's
taaa nlac without living tbe Democracy all the advan
tage W aball b completely overslaughed, and
scarcely carry e Counry rer such men aa we can rely
for the supMort of ibe principle that cm, ia common
with the itadtr, have held o be vital. Believing
causee which led to the formation or tne tiepooncan
n.rtr ar nermanent In their nature, w would not
aw that orcenltation fr llgl.t or trivial reesone
so much useful eaachloery that should not be thrown
If mere beanthln( wrong or Illiberal la
publleanlem, it should be given up; but If it be right
JUJt In all It pnncipitoaoa reqair.in.ni wu
mm not .tend nv in AS 10 mreea we are not icnacrooe.
You may make new organisation, If yen like though
be unnecessary tod so bat w think with Mr Lincoln,
when, speaking of a losion of parties, be said: 'I am
favor of It whenever it ean be tffected noon Hepubllcan
Brtneioleo, but upon ne oUr eonditton, a
upon any other platform would be a insane as onprln
' TnTh voteof our Btite was light last Thandsy Is
agricultural districts, as the farmers war engaged
their karveaUag. . W hop their grain crop may be
satisfactory to tbem as the result ci incur political
have been to us and (very loyal el tile of
There I no rust or cheat lo the Immense
slorlilc which they rolled ur.loulttilU Jtttrnai.
That Is our opinion and we also believe
the Union sentiment of old Kentucky ie
cheat. Bat the abolition papers of tbe
insist that Mr, Csrmrf end tbe Union
of Kentucky, are all "cheat.'; Tbey have
broueht all their (runs fo bear, to crush out
loyal Union sentiment of Kentucky bsfore
s-rsssmeeta. ' .
Horn. John Minor Betts-The New York
Horn. John Minor Betts-The New York Tribune.
The New York Jri&sns ot the 28 ti " con
tains an article, with a large seniatioa bead,
follows, which we ipuousn
its an unnituial ouriosity. It may, by mere pos
sibility, be trie but our Impression is that the
philosopher ol the Tribunt has been badly sold:
, "ws have revived from the Bon. Jons minor none a
fetter dated Wanlniton City, June 84, IWJli which he
epena by saying
"Ton will besurprlwd to hear from me, ana eepec.ei.
1y from this plfce It was with great danger I reached
here, and only under cover ol a disguise."
Mr. Gairiir proceeds to ssyt
MThateodlHlncalshed a ettlaea of Virginia could only
thus reach thoctpltal of bis country, pains even more
h.n It anrnriaa na. The fact Is one of those striking
comments upoi the oharacter of tha Southern insurrec
tion whloh do sot neea to OS enianrea upon.
."But the contents ot sir. notts s teller is even
larprlslni lhaetha clrcumstaaoas tinder wnicn wai
erritlen. Ha Mln Waihioaton as a memoer 01 uongreee.
and k then, wipreaame, to take his seat in tha Boose
on the th ef July next. Ihla Important faol has been
sappieeaedbr tls Blcbmond papers, bat wa bava the
...kr.ua n V. au hlmaaif far the etatement In
thaw pieelse terns: -1 annoanoea myeeiii u oiu.u.
for the Blohmonc District, and reoaiTcd 173 votes, which,
there tetng do epooelUoa, electa me.' "
Thl TrioBtM further spyst ,
HtatthewttoibringiaiotherandeTen mors lop ot
Unt lnlelllsee We learn front It that the Southern
Insurrection of white men la already at Its last gasp,
while lasurreetiMis of Southern blank men threaten the
destruction of Slavery. ; And these facta wa have not
only on tha teettnotiy of John Minor Botts, who might
be minted as a sartlal witness, bat on the authority of
Oeneial BearKrd himself, who la certainly mors com
petent t speak tson the subject than any other man In
the country. Beauregerd, eaye Mr. Botts, bas sent a
-Irani., South, from which the following lie quotation:
l eaa Goroit Statu do hot sates An SQOtr
Orti HtniDato Txoduhd Un M six Wtau, WB ABB
UTTVNim , .
"80 much foi the whits Insurrection. On ths blaolre,
'it!'.r. i.' iv, 1. st.ta CVIivlntal. toa ireat extent,
are buiyln superenlng tnsurnollons among the blacks.
They are breaking out In erery direction. Bat this has
a aignlBcoos tons, at the North, which pnls a new face
noon thiiquestlon. Gen. Beaurerard's 0rcular adds.
'But forVif ytur duirt U see Wuhingto rvtnt
"There H asother bit of newe lo Mr. Botts's letter
1. ...,. ., ih.n tmnnrtant. We hire more con-
fidence In 'Xtim BHI Bmlth's disposition than his power
to do mlaf .lat. He, says Mr. Botts, 'la now In this
cite' WartilAaton. The obleot of his villi Is to corres
pond with Maryland traltora. The Winj 01 .n
a.... u. m- 11. ha. been advised by Jeu
Davie to e'osthioe In esislon, adjoarolng only for ahort
loterrals. Mmlth,' he adds, -mam me w rmym..
'Itisproter to add that we have th permUilon of
Mr. Botts to alve to the puhllc, mis morning uw p
ctpaland mrt Intereetlng facts e-ntalned In his letter.
our readetsiso less tnan oun . wm .",
debted for this permission. "
Col. Wallace Reports to Gen. McClellan
-A Sharp Fight.
We copy the following report, telegraphed to
the Cincinnati QattUes
GRAFTON, June 28.
Col. Wallace sends Gen. McClellan the
lowing statement of the affair near Cumber
I hava taen accustomed to sending my
mounted nickels, thirteen in all, to different
posts along ths several approaches to Comber,
lend. Finding It next to impossible, yesterday
to aiet rellabla Information respecting the ene
my, I united ths thirteen, and direoted tbem,
possible, to eel to Frankforttown, mldwsy be
tween this place and Romney, and tee if the
Rebel troops wire there. They went wltblo
quarter of a mils of the place, and found it full
Ia returnine. they overtook a party of horse
men, and at once charged tbem, routing and
driving tbem back more than a mile, killing
eight of them and securing seventeen horses.
Corooral Havei. who was In command ot my
men, was desperately wounded with sabre cuts
Taking him back, tbey halted about one hour
and were then attacked by the enemy, who were
re enforced to about seventy-Are men. The
attack was so sudden that tbey abandoned ibe
horses and crossed to a small Island at the
month of Patterson's creek.
The charge of too rebels was bold and confi
dent, yet twenty three leu unaer toe nre 01 my
piokst, close sooui ana on tns Aiuoa. 1
- My fellows finally were driven off end scat
tered, each man for himself. All are in camp
Corporal Hayes of Company A was wounded
but recovering. Jdo- C. iioUaigswoTtb of Com
pany a ll tw- tie wae taaea yrisorjat eaa
brutally murdered. -Three companies went
tbs around this morning ana recover a every-
tblm belonging to tue mots icev wo
- ise enemy were eneeied all night la box!
nn their dead. Two ot their officers were tilled
Thev laid out twenty-uuree corpses in loeMron
of a neighboring farm boose.--Wo shall hsry
Hollineswoitn to-morrow. , s
I bsve positive iniormation mat tour regv
msntaof rebels are la Romney, under Colonel
MoDsnald- The report ot the ekirraian sonnd
like fiction, but It is not exaggerated.- 1
fiehtwat really ote or the most desperate
record, and abounded in instances of wonderful
daring and coolness. . , a -
How can Gen. Jim Lane Sit in the
Article 1st, suction 6th, last olause, of
Constitution, esys: . . , '. ' -. '
"Nn nareon holcine ant office nnder the United
State ahall be a member of either House during his
tinuance tn omoe. -
He has been commissioned by the Fresldsnt
as a Brigadier-General of the regular United
It maybe that Assaham, in the plenitude
his power, has tutptndtd the Constitution
thlspointl - . - . .
We suggest this, with the terror before us
being called an old fogy for alluding to the
ititution, these times.
This suggestion Is based upon tbe report
he will occupy his sett at the extra session.
A Good Joke from Vermont.
Iu lhs Tennont Bepublieat Convention, held yester
day, Frederick Holbrook of Brattleboro was nominated
for trove rn or I ticvt unaerwooa, oi uariingwn,
nominated for Lieutenant Governor. The Convention
adopted a resolution suspending the old party lines,
uniting an in a vigorous support ot in wovernmeni.-
jr. i. uneww.
, That is 'the beet joke of the season.
"veimont Jfrpufcifcs Convention" made
nominations, and thsn "adopted resolutions
pending ths old party lines." 'That ia it
mary manner of disposing of fit least pne
There ia nothing like doing (hinge op brown
Delegates to the Congress of the
The late Virginia Convention appointed
following persons as delegates to represent
ftiate in tbs Congress to meet in Richmond
Stat at Z?e JiTcse A. Seddon, of Goochland,
Wa Ballard free too, of Montgomery.
Firtt OmfvAA. W. T. Banter, of Iss-x.
&mnd DMHat-lihn Trier, of Oherlee Oltv.
TMrd USricf-ririlllAa ii. SlAdAriasd. ol Richmond
F ttrM nirfrfcf-Bof r A. Prior, of Ffteribnrv
Fifth ZXstrtot Thomas B. Bioook, of Appomattox.
AVulHoi-wm. B. nivee, ot Atinemarie.
"rA Dittrict Hobert . Scott, of Paaquier.
Stahth &$lrtct- Jemes U. Maeon, of freder.ck.
Xinth 2)-j John W. Vrockanbrougb, of
7'enMZ)u-fo-Chas, W. Russell, of Wheeling.
X'tmmAh Littrnt Robert Johnston, ol Harrison
TWtA Wifi-1-WeMerBUulee.of Montgomery.
TkUUmnth Mrtrtct-Vmltn Preston, of Wuhlng.
Many of these are familiar names in
proceedings of the Congress of the
Takino a Dsink ToogTBSt. The Washing
ton correspondent of the Philadelphia Enquirer
"It la said the pickets of tb federal and Rebel
have now aayroacbed eo closely together that Ibe
nave exenangea anno at in Unain Bridge over tn
These men msy be compelled to kill
other, bar they can't bslp knowing tbat
are children of tbe same great nation perbape
dsscendsnts of tbe same families ..
The Republicans of Colnmbiaoe county
decided to hold their Republicaa Convention
the usual, end nominate a fell Republicaa ticket,
Con. Certainly. They have a large majority ke
The Douglas Fund.
A oorrespondent, after reading tbe recent ap- J
peal to tbe people of Illinois la behalf of the!
Douglas fund, published In the Times a few
daya ago, stys that there are many poor people
who would be aeiigntea to testny their love ior
the departed statoeinan by contributing to tbs
independence or bis family; but thai tney ao
not know hDW to forward their small contribu
tions to tbe proper persou. ' Ho sue Bests, there
fore, ''that, every postmaster put up a box in
his office marked 'Uouzlas ram lv fund.' " in
whloh oltlssns of Illinois may deposit their of
ferings to the memory of their great leader.'
The suggestion is a good ono. Wby not lollow
ItT VMeag Ttmti. 1
;.' m -
The New York Tribunt publlsbts the follow
ing: . : v
' Hasvit at Chakliston. A former clerk In
the office of the Charleston Mercury, states that
he overbeard a conversation, last IVlarcn, be-
teraen tha editor of the Mercury and a Charles.
ton merchant, in which the former remarked
thai he ahould nublieh an extra next day, with
"Old Abe's" mesRsge in It. "But how can you
set the message?" "Oh, we have a clever cor-
0 .r 11 . TT u.
rastionaent in VV SBniDKHJn, nna narvey, wuu
writes regularly to us. He's a red hot Ropub'
lioan.and telegraphs to the New York 1Mb
A SHAtr Cut. In Gsielxt's paper of the
27th. we find the following:
..ttt- . nnim mn of the authenticity of the fol
lowing extraot from a private dispatch by Beauregard, to
command at hlanassss unoiion. o cu.
.. .mk. Hilar ... at 1 n 1 . iiii.i i iiiii ara .liuuk. vwu
slat of good Intrenchments dug by the negroes you sent)
me. with one hundred heavy guns mounted, and three
rern brigadiers In commend of the enemy's forcee in
. . n.. .nii make all safe. An Inexpe
1 V 1. . v- . . ,, .u. . .
rienoed Major General in commana 01 eu me
there would perhaps be even mors useful.'
If "three green brigadiers" are not enougn,
there are plenty more to send.
n.nntiK . RineattnNisT. A sneclcs of the
n.nna hnmn wae eaueht bv some of the Benti
f" rr-- Da .'no D .... -h.t
nia in finarfi sit me irrrwr tvr- swit rv aji.
1. Mii.ri tha "W.' yesterday morning. He was
broueht here in tbe afternoon, and is lying In
jail awaiting trial. He was oaugbt attarnptlng
tn hiipn in. iraatie wu. a., in, -
trouble in capturing the fellow. Two or three
shots were fired at bim, and when he was come
up to, bedefended bimseit wuu nis nsts. v ui.
In Mr. Constable's office be let fly at one of the
.....a. .nn n,.k him a "diff" In the face. He
KUIIUO emu ve . a a
is about the hardest looking specimen ol human
ity we ever saw. If he ie a sample of the "Be
...i..M i rrnle their cause is a boneless one.
He will be tried to-day or to-morrow we under
stand. AlAens mt$$enger oj xitn.
: Ttnmna tb Taslis. A bIdsv was robbed
i ot sun in odd. three silver watches, and oth-
.. ..tuiM nf wains, at Fort Wayne, a few days
sgo. The fellow that accomplished that leat
' D" One A shut, a member of Coogrew from
the Toledo distriot, has written another Aboli.
tinn rltannion letter to the Toledo Blade. This
man said a few days since: "He could not Hod
time to answer the letters he had received on
ETSorna weeks since Mr. Jaucs. D. Polliv,
a member of the Legislature of Illinois, was ar
rested on a oharse of treason. The Grsnd J ury
of the United States Distriot Court have nnanl
mnnnl. refused to find a bill of indictment
A CortmoTictrr VotortTcia Assaulted at
Washinotow. Private Joob Frank ol tbe Con
nentirnt Third was assaulted near the Seventh
street nark. WsshlnKtoo, late last Saturday
nioht. A riiatnl eras fired at him. the bill era-
in. hla aid, and ha was subsequently fallen
- : r . . -a 1.1,
noon bv three rumans, wno neaa aim auu
bim senseless. He was picked up and Is now in
hospital, doing well.
OHIO UiN ION LOAN.
Smei as waa CotsweatoiuBB as xaa Snsisa FvirpJ
uvLoataua vow, eanv iuf tooi ,
TBI Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of the State
of Ohio Invite subscriptions by the people of the
at. l. tit tha Loan of lwo Millions of Dollars, author a
eel by the aet of the General Assembly ' To provide
mom effectually for the de cues of tne State against In-
m.lnn n.aaafl Anvil xn. IrOI.
Certitcatee will be t-soed In sums of SjlOO, and up
ward, payaole July 1. IBoS. at the state xreasary. near
ng tnureet at ins rateoi atx per cent, per annum, par
tbla semi-annually, anlby tbe act authorising ths loan
free from taxation.
annenrintiona will bereoelved at the offios of the Com-
talaiionere In the Cm of Columbus, at each of the sol
vent nankins institutions In the State, and at ins sevsrai
flennty Treasuries In the Bute, until the 1st day ot
interest will oe oomputea ana psia irom tne uaie o. i
theseposltof the money at either of tb places above
""Tt" R. W. TAVLTCR, Auditor of Btate.
V A. P. kUBnlLL. Secretarvof Bute.
JAilKS ktCKBAT, Attorney Qeneral.
Elegant Lace Mantillas.
BAIN cto SON,
No. 2dySouth High St.,
or very urge anu
HAVB Just opened an Invoice
PUSHER, FRENCH. AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3.
Wide Fbencii .Laces for Siiawls.
Very Deep French f louncing Laces.
- Real Thread, French, Chantllla s Oenevese
Talenciennei, PoinVdo Gaze, Brusielil
and Thread Laces and Collars,
VALENCIENNE3 TRIMMED H'DKFS,
-MALTESE LACE COLLARS SETS,
LINEN COLLARS 4Y CUFFS,
. . 1 T OL...a
- T ' ' U HOW DUII;CS
PAPER COLLARS oV CUFFS,
t ; - For traveling.
TOICUB TJN'TJSTJAI.t.V TjOVT,
Traveling Dress Goods.
MOZAMBIQUE. P0PL1N3, BHEPnEnp'S CnECK",
BILKS, FOIL BB 0BITBB8, i
. a LATSLLA8, BRO0H1 VALEKCU8, 4o. Ate.
Ths best snd styles eity,
AT VERY WW PRICKS,
jcSl 2D Sooth High Bireet.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
8tam Between Ireland aDd America.
NEW YORK, B03T0N AND GALWAT.
Th following new and magniSoent flrst-clus paddle
heel Steamships compoes the above line:
ADBIATIO, 5,888 tons borthsn, Cspt,J. Maost
(Formerly of th Collins Line )
BIB. RUT A, 4.400 tons burthen, Capt. If. Paowm.
COLUMBIA, 4410 " " h. LtlTCH.
ANOLIt. . S.400 ," ' rucnouo),.
PAuUIO, Sw " ' I. Sana.
PRINCE ALBERT (Screw.)
MuO ' J.WAigra.
One of tb abive ships will leave New York or Boston
Alternately every Tuesday fortulsht for Oalway. car
rying tha government mall, touching at Bt. Johns,
Th Steamers of this Ho her been eonslraeted wllh
the greatest care, under th supervision of th govern
menl, have watertight compartments, and ar unexcel
led loreem'ort safety and speed by any ateameis afloat.
They ar oommandtd by able and experienced offloers,
and every exertion will he made to promote the comfort
AncxpeTicneed furgeon atteehed to each ship,
HATES OF PASSAGE.
Tlrst claa , T. or Bostoa te Oalway or Liverpool IPO
Second-clam, " 75
rtrsuelaee, . " tout John's ' 3i
Tblrd-claas, ' " " ' to OalwAy or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - . 3U
Third-class passenger ar liberal ly anpplled wllh Bro
visions of the best quality, evoked and served by the ser-
vasie vi aim v.'npary.
- ' RETTJRIT TICKETS.
Part) wishing to send for their friends from th old
errantry can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, In
Ireland, or from th principal cities of England and hoot
land, at very lo rate.
Passenger for Hew Tirk, arriving by th Boston
lleessere, will be forwarder to Mew York f reef charge,
lot passage farther information. nn ly to
W U. WIOKUAV, 1
AI th olte of ths Company, oa th wharf, foot of
Canal street, NewYork.
. HOWUIW t8Pi.lWALX, Agents.
SUPPLIES FOR THE OHIO
PENITENTIARY. - ,
OIHOB OHIO PBNl'rBNTIABT,! .
CoLOMaos.ilane 8, 1801. ( '
neitrn nnnnniAT. will eh HKUkiivitu at
the offloe until ths 8th day of July, for (uroiililnf
2,000 Fonnde Fresr Beef
mv a.iiwmmuI In the fnnv nuartera. each week. In I
..! nmn.rili.nl. on Uondavs. Wednesdays and rrl-
. r - , p. . . ,aai . . . Ami. - . rt.jMh. I
devo, from juiy tin, 1001, iu wm u
- fliOOO Ponnde Corned Beef
week, from July 7th to December 80th. 1B0I. The
Beef to be of good quality, clear of knuokle, bone and
shanks. ' .1 J,'
The quantity to he lnctcueo or aiminianea as iuo 11 ai-
may direct. . . .
ai.Hii nida will ha received? at the same date, and fo
earns time, for the dear, rough and salt grease of tha I
In.tt.nttnn. '- - ... . ' I
Mo bids will be considered unless satisfactory security 1
the faithful performance of tbe same accompanies
each bid.1 - : . ' . ....
No bids will be received upon tne say 01 leiiing.
N. Mutton. ) '
H. B. PAaeoM, Dlreotors.
1. J. Wood, I .
- JOHN A. PRENTIOB, Warden.
No. 29 South High Street, Columbus,!
A R1 NOW OFFF.RIHO
V SOOO yards Tiaveling Dress Goods at 'H value
I'JXoenti. ' '
SoOOyards Traveling Dress Goods at J3), ra'neSOets.
xihiu yarde jfioguio erenceo at ivm, vaiuv m ocnie 1
1UUU yards rrencn urganauis at a, value xu eeuu.
Siioa warda Past Colored Lawns at III, value IS cents.
lOUu yards foulard moss niiasai Jiyk, vaiue ou com..
mo yards Super Plain Blaok Bilk at 01 00. value 1 M.
Robes of Organdie Berage, and Knglish llerage, at one
half their value.
hain at bupi.
je28 . S9 Sooth High street.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Crestline with ths PIITSBUBOn, IT.
WATNB fc OB 10 AGO BilLBOAD
For PUtabura, PhUaddphia and BaUimort, Also
for Fori Waynt and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE 8U0BI BAIL-
For Dunkirk. Buffalo, Albany, Bos
ton, an a new iera,
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY, .
from Colambus, in oonneotlon with Trains on ths
LITTLE Miami AN ID COLTJMBTJS
AND XKP) SA ISAlLiIlOAaJS.
NIOHT IXPRE38 Leaves Oo.nmbniat3.eO A. at
will leave passenger at all station south of uail'.n,
stop at Delaeare. Ashley, uardingum ana uii-sa. ana
at all stations north of Oalion, arriving at Cleveland
at. 00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M . Buffalo 4 ii P. M.
Albany S.W A. at.. New Horn o: a. ra.. Boiwn
p. at . P ttahnrah via Uracil ne 4. r. m ruuauei-
phta 5:10 A. M. Chicago via Orestlln at 7-00 P. tl.
BBCOMD TRAIN. '
,NIW TORK XXPRBS Leaves Oolnmbui st 11:10
a. m. Will slop atLiewis ijenire, t.or nuns euipum
Springs), Delaware. Oardlngton, Oalion Crestline, tlhel
bv. New London. Wellington and Grafton, arrive
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m. Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.i Buf
falo, 10:25 p. m : Albany, K:t5 a. m ; New Vo.k. 1:43
p. m.i Hi ston, e:w p. m. m .mu wnv..i
by for Banrfniky, and at OJafian lor Toledo, arriving
Toledo at o:u p. m.
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus!
atS.30 p. m. Will stop at all stations Booth
Bbelhy, and at New London, Wellington, oration,
and Bern; arriving at Cleveland at F:30 p. m. Dun
kirk. S llOa. m.i Buffalo. JOa. m.i Albany, S:!0 p.
NewYork, 7S0 p m. Boeton. 1 1:4 p m.J Plitsliorgh.
rfcx Ortllne.at 1I:SS p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m..
Chicago, a Crestline, 6:45 a. m. This Train connect
at rhelby fur Bandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
alo:Mp. m. -
Patent SleeDinar Cart ara run on all
Bight Trains to cmoago, mew
York and Boston.
Baggaat Chtcktd Throuok to Kme Torjc and Rot'-
VVh TmUjmOj QUO, to f iWKtniWi u th
etlnv. im intoM at flnlrrmriDe ai...1l:lS P. 11,
n i i MwnMMAwiwM at ftnlnmhaeat 10:50 A.
Accommodation Kxpress arrives at Columbus al7:3
?, m. - ' - . '
Fare ae Low ste by anrettber Itente.
Aik for Tick'U eta Crtttline or Cleveland.
It. 8. KLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PAITBR80S, Agent.
Colamlios, Jane 17, 18CJ.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring; Water ts.,
Oolxxiaa.'to'Uja . Omo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
tnd Mannfactaren of Bras aad Composition Outings,
Viniahed Bras Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and ' Gilding!
STENCIL CUTTING. &C.
feblDlHlly : '
fi aOaO.'Vel M 1 1 eWa at O - T rtTtf
eablUdVsliVV X0 UVUUOCUVA AU AMhVfA
1 XT N T R St. A DENTS XU SKLli
W packages of STATIONERY and JBWELRT,
prices ons-third was tnan ean o purcnaaea eiscwnera
Call on or address (stamp enclosed) j. i,. bailkk.no
154 Oonrt St.. Boston. Maaa. march VH:d.'m.
tt BE NOT DECEIVED.''
"Evil communications corrupt good manners."
does bad Baleratns spoil good bread. All common
ratns Is Impure. Hons bnt James Pyle's Dietetic Is
f sctly pare. There Is no deception In that. Depot,
Washington street, New York. Bold by grocers every-1
where, j .
' MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS.
Ia all oases of ooetlvecees, dyvpepela, blllloas and
slfeetlons, piles, rheumatism, fevers and ago, obstl
da to head ache, and all gensral 4rangeiants of health
the Pills have Invariably proved a certain and speed)
remedy, A single trial will placs tbs Life Pills beyond
the reach 0 'competition in the esUmatlou of (very
Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters win be found equally
Bcacious tn all cases ot nervous debility, dyspepsia,
ache, th sickness Incident lo females indelicate health,
and every kind of weakness of ths digestive organs.
for sals by Dr. W. B. MOIf AT, 335, Broadway, N.
end by all Druggist. meySS-dfcwU
. Tte following u an extraot from
letur written by the Rer. . I. Holm, paster 01
fterrepolnt-Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, H. Y.,to
th"Joamal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0-i and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine,
Wrnaiovi' Booraim Btsajr roa Chilmsw Inrtsnai
"We are an advertlrment h vour column of
Wimuow's BooTBuna Bvaor. Mow w never said a
In favor of a patent medicine before In onr life, bat
Irl compelled to say to your readers that thisleoo
bug wa bavs Taiao it. em aow it to aa au
OLAiaa. Ii la proljabli onsofth meet snroeufnl
cines of th day because It I on of th best. And
or yo readers who have babies can't do better than
lay Ine supply. or7:lydw
' T) Cansanspglwea.
Ths Advertiser, having been restore! te h sulfa la a
weeks by s vary simple remedy, after having nffcred
years elth a aevsre lung, affactlou, and that dread
due, ConsumptionIs anxious to auks known to
fellow-sufferers the meant of euro,' '-'
Toad who desire It, he will send a py of Ihspresortf
tioa used (free of charge), with tlx direction for prepar
ing and using ths tamo, which (hat will Snd a seas Orgs
M Consun-rrios, Astxoxai Bsonoama, As. Ths
object of tbe adverMarr la sending th Prescription Is
beneSt th sfflwhnf, and spread Information which heoon
oelves to be Invaluable, and b hope every sufferer
try hi renady, s it will eost them nothing, and
aranie wianing we. preeampuuii w. -w
1 , ., .. AWVfABA,
Kings County, New York.
HB OHIO STATESMAN STEAM,
BOOK AND JOB
navlng increased Its already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES, ,
is fully prspared to sstecnW In the
X a WT.TTID .
MOST ELABORATE Ji A f
. , ASS W '
THE IiATEIT ' STYLUS,
LETTER BEADS, -LEGAL
And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment In ths State, sod mpoa
terms which will eoopars favorably with the
leading East era Printing Homes.
UaTing every facility to aid XJm
lit Till fEODUOTION OF
Ws efler ear services to all who may desire that class
Ws bavs connected with onr BsUlllshmtnt a
BLASE BOOK BINDEBY,
from which w prodoes tbe
I inixxosat niewnlfc Worli
AhD TBI MOST
8TJ7ERB KAJX BOAD SLAKE BOOKS.
Is to beadmltted
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
Attn TBS MOOT
PERFECT I IV OBGANIZATIOIt
In this City, and w may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
Printing Hones In the West.
' RICnABD NETINat,
' , PBOPsnEToa.
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye! '
This splendid Balr Dy has ao squat Instsntansvat to
effect Beantlfal Black or Katmral Brown bo ststnbi
tho akin orlujaiing tit Eair remcaiaauBisr aa
effect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorate tb halt tot lift.
Rons are genuine unlet signed "f, A. Batchelor."
CHAS. BATOBBLOB, Proprietor,
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Eair Dye!
The Original abA Best la the Vorldl
All others on store imitations, and ahould Tlid
If you wish to seoep rldicurl. - '
QBAY, BID OB RUSTY HAIB Dyed Instantly te
beautiful and Rataral Brown er Black, without Injury te
Heir or Blda. . '
riPTBBX MIDAll AND 1UPL0MAS hare hoe
awarded to Wat. A. ArVlorstaos lBJS, and over 80,00
spplleatlocmluvebssm aaadt to ths Hair f his teUrons
of his famous dy
WM. A. BATCrfXLOai HAIB DTI prodsossaeol
or not to b SYitlDgulthsd from natar, sad Is warranted
net to lnjvr In th mast, howrvwr long It stay be contin
ued, ed ths IU effect f Bad Dye remedledl ths Hair
lnrigoratd for life by this splendid Dy.
old in all sitiee and town of th United Btate.
Druggist and Yancy Goods Dealeri.
TjThe Oenuln hat the nam and addreaa apoa a steel
plate n graving oa fouf side Of ouch hog, ef WILLIAM
OUABXJIB BATOBBLOB, Pioprletor,
81 Barclay street. Slew York.
Ior th IlfBTAUT MMUMt
". and FB KM ANS T OU&B of
dJaireating sosunlalat no , -BBDTU
BBOVCHXAL GIGABIT! Els .
Mads by 0. B. BBYM6CB Od., 107 Kae Bt., V.
. Prlo 1 per boxi seat freo by post.
y I0B B ALB AX Alt. PBSIf i
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