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Democratic Union Nominations.
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Democratic Union Nominations. THE OHIO STATESMAN
For the Campaign.
Tbt
..wit i jii,-ifV
; 7-oo
Th tvtBMtlu' Ctata will W Iri
For the Campaign. The Twofold Nature of our Government.
si
tfoowtjbiotiHUwt-a
tfc tbf Oow-ent for'Jbj it,ioted of b
tof VmfitinltloPtf 4mlif-6ut, bP
t Um) U fnm. a a caosolidatioo of the
RMiM. -iFiSi uUiiT titil iBiforoi.
Ha ahMad V.o waal .AuoaaJl' .w
liakd,ha CoarttMia-i aa wtmM-4U j -
aa ailiiStiiiiW'if jfiVw4'tta'
riTtd from tfa wptwM ntborlty ot & BtaU
tha aatkorityot lk j aopla tktpaeJwir,:iTk
art, ttarafora, ,a)liUn itat,tWuuoD
a.U mm ba aatUnal, bi fMkrM act.
S-cmiOiU W itlftlioi W th. touroea from
. which' th oMtawf 0FJP-
Jl.l. tka Raaaa of RcDTtaantaJltiat ha.Xa
MM wwli'Wrf PV lrOlinVpJ-fI Of
U la aahaMX.-Ot feMW. cui wa
doririag iu -overt from Utai u eo-eqnal
Hlti J Vf i )'t4d fitlW & &DBt,
.aa .CLc hit ViUtftiut Tha election
f the EHV ejjin.ir
Uotted to tte-aajtJteeiua-ooand
ratio, eonaiderbt them paru oiauaca ran
aaqoal aacleeeirffwqt mem
beaof the ttmiodty?wooia rendar the TJot-
ana4T H"ayaiii iviataiMnnal Wwooo
i.M tVa mobU la their Individual capad
lies, it would tfatt 'aidaHh'f IjetJeeel, not the
Mersienafaoiar.
rovth, that ia relaUoe hi the ateut, of. ie
ware,tk4 preooeed G(nraranaouate deem
ed not ft (MfisafM : federal one, tisoe lie
J ariadlcUoivoaU extend tooertain enmmented
oblaota eolr. leeTlor to the eerenl 8thtee,e
reeUotTT.fo JWntfr.wiwipy orer eU
ether o'ljwe..,.. -.,- y ? f
ruth, tltal eootoupi&ung tne von"a
i.,u. ttia"ant1uwItV"b which emend'
Mta VWIaii WoBiT U.&nA ie
he MUherwhonT hbcwhoUfWeMC
lerly, a aovpnbQg aM fropwwuu ro,
net bf eltlteliaiyA
ad edraseed toward the eW charader-
U reoerile the ;he epoeorrenoe of the
whole hmber of State tumeient, 11 wet again
tte&rel, taAjfj$ mmI
Tim, Mr. jBio4iaX(iL epwi hie ooun
ttymfteaaftiJtoOimitlwirlM, demon
Ueieitbel lU ierament widai U would be,
pk etrlnlneii neUliar eaiWaal not YiaWel, but a
eMimBdeftoth. Ittoilowettat, lnordar to
peter? rt.e;rrJt,teth tha atl)ial pd th
laraltohraoi ' l tie ofemment matt be
naaaamiyiTaatfibafyo
hetutalue I'pijthefeterVef jrjeietntj. f
the Btetaw Jtrpt lairliiwT tK"i.
Death of Arnold Modbery.
..By tepeoUl detp-Jcif Jot ? .jPJiwamT,
14., CoehActnn lnfpem h Amiow
Itxmrr, Fs(i , d'd'aihUrwi4ence,ln Koecoe,
ftiet4ai :iB9y!pUevJ' 4 fa
tteee trsmi IJeamM h thltr. eit, hit
... aa Ea-Vt; to-04 T10
wajhoMt httrea taket t.ttad noW efiV'
Mr. l1jlJM'i -lWn
fjaa m ti th h" baw- men te, hit rgloa
TtheBtM. aai)4UTotatlf laown
amoaf tUbuneiw-Q''ie"d hie death
will he kmented tj h Many rfritnda We
talcs!" w tyio.pUj.,w. i:4ai v7,
ley down thalr owv 4 uf t.aW f eboreUoa
wwaSd he r"'' iatU-.l it the) Iemoorey
mllr ' 'Aiin..(l-laiDU the reet
, itedev r; 5. ,-,
tS Peaioc '1 WJoirlBp 4a bf
irttecf tie .a.s4AJUria JiDm
iei to CWo, and it fefeXuma i JH
iaa r.l.taa. .taH.M i t:n lrftav.7
Death of Arnold Modbery. The Democratic County Convention
Death of Arnold Modbery. The Democratic County Convention —Col. Medary—"Mr. Manyponny
Death of Arnold Modbery. The Democratic County Convention —Col. Medary—"Mr. Manyponny etc. etc.
1 1 ,d not ta cory of t 1. IttBfftVJ'"
Hof ti8th jf g.l...n' 4 a tar f"''
, J j v , 4 w'ioiii leavlogliome
" J " '7 ...'.JAt
M a trip down the Soloto. Uie ",0WTV
W.etM tbkt t do not m how I 1 i1?
tlo to mytelf or tbt BlaMmtn, Ta,n'u,,T
. . . . ..!lf.i
ootloiDS U. I would otd It, if I coura
UgB WBW v j ,
et? 'dupoiltloo to pro'moti tli,.itw9W.
Col. MtDMT, Md la no ibuoo n jv-".
dpowtlw." U Wlf "--'i " ','ui.
r"r 1 1 k DamlMrftttO 00UI1'
a thit tht fut
to ng u a w i , kl il.
CTTb.WoUpn tbOM 1 .t 4W--
14
S2?. hV, -ppMdr
la Mnvahin wlo mil lUMiiitwiivr :
Uai Wtaerau.Wa.l B
!TtotooJat w3 anr ana ta a wbta b. ran and
i JlapiiT hai a7al -emj for fww, h-
2IL(iMi'a. Mr. Joo, aoa-ln-law af Uu partnw,
au ,rof . or tt. M1S-1
oaaital
piaa Iff th ttxed imopI of tha tta, and thll ta an
took, laruatkia taalr oOclouaaaai iato ' "
mm aoawSirtaa. "Ob, don't ire Udrr m.
aJktototh. OioTaDtioa, or itwIU tira oSdm t
JJIaonTanddeifaoT th. harmony of tha parl r
L1aMMTl tMarapialoe of tha MootaUo party
aha vaali paoaaM aslMaaaa aaag apea a aleadn
thrlad.' Ihuiim ara ttrtllnf anoagh to erarrM
alltaea aamDiif w"- . - - .k,a
.'. W MM BO HI mllO UU' W" iw ww; ---
nn or taalr nariwaraaaaraa hoar of agiia
STlhipoUlka ol tha Btata. . Jl.lt uoe wt war sot gnao
ioo(hto miltTO aor roe rtofy, hot oma olhera ware,
aad hara wa hit an endaoea of I t. - - ' - -
j sf . aaarit thai m waa aauwraa "
bmm, f feu aousu waraapaoaad to Uw court of oar
paparaadboitlla to iho prlneiplatwa preaoh.lt would
a.rtDu,lj tajara a., aai put a tototh. hwa.
aa aar woUUeal aMBtit, ot which of ooartawa turn
Saw form, have Mithar aaaaat
rat andar tea truua aoo uiaoo npog, yt
AaaTTrtdaneaof bow thfogiworf.-'alr of tho prtaent
adltora a( tha afawi, darlm Ua far ef tha atom
a faw awatba 0, bad to rtaait aaMOotaaaa, aaaata-
dlaB al eafeadiol blaiaau iron aiiaou wtiw
and aacwian to aollca la thooolumDi o th Kapabli-
J2tT5.m. mil knowt what would
barakannwaof thawbalaot thta hadwa aottaka
braat at lb aattla apaa ami aww anoawcm.
maa oat and tha aoena beeaaia aorotwhat Chan fed,
ua, jraaUMD wa wore wpiw" rT7, . y.,''
W "7 - " mlmb. ,ain
Hopwuaaiaarwa wapwf""
oaawr oa?ir,Uaiaawaalhtufh'wa wa btfora
the rate ot Bl.Jekr, wa diemlM the eubjaot. "
Had CoU Mxdajit not desired te be delegate
(romFraoklUeewity io the DamocrU Bute
Coet ration', be ebuld well hre afforded to oter
look' tbe tloiof fte'Joif m! which' 4 fUted
tfiat MfVMT tod ManfmiiT were both reject-.
ad a oalamtM.') . Col.'MtBtiT waa, w leartr
the Cltt Bell daripE the liutng of 6ar T)emd
oreUa pountynWierr.ou the 31 of, AojMt.
nl kia aiilelai aonled- abet It DNttf WWd
lane that' lie TMBrttWed bwaate bk4u
not cloeeu delegalei ej','ibe'..we not
eendidat foe tbt honor, bat u far at he knew
"tfree-lAireV of the delegate to he County
ConvenUon desired Mm to'e6 to the State Coo
TentloD,.,,bnt the .riende jof lit. Hurmni
rained ee much run about it, aulas he wet
on alto, (hat after i hrd'y7ai they tnpposed
ftr At tth tf pete preferred to leare ourXCoJ,
Mar'a)aiM0ff to puUing hltXMAnrnwtt't;
on."wThta etatement of the case by Tbt eaitor
of the Crwtt It witboulny foondatlon to
noon. , "Mr. MMitmi" waa pot ft. tanaiaaie
for delegate to th Stat Convention, aad newer
poke to any liwlng taman 'btlDtti.eca'.nr
ether wie,' on ' tietoijec (n4)iad .fsfjime big
geetei the matter to him, h would very prompt
1t haw reaneeted to be tseueed. " t dJ net kio
th ! reason wnw th't ' delegate! ;irJected Col
JtfiAAarut jlHeir acppn wu baae opot tonM
etbejegrouad tbaa taaj tnere pytmn ia
nanickf Aornat Sib!: The motiv whlcK Ifidac-
ed (kl.lfjDAiT to klliide to the rubject and
offer tfce reason or excttee be did forjiot belnga
dalegatoeepeelally-when he haoVao hnthorlty
to make theefaterhtnt and there tM no loan
aafienforft-lUUeetheretoaewg'aMerV
tog aga moat eppBatMauy.twt ty wm tot.
tandidate lor deUgataWldtwt koow who were
CtndidateaJ-andlaa nl deeirtU nclnde' Col.
jUaeatf' from the p'oeliion ffe "deilred
waa W at th Citr Halt darink tha eittiag
the Convention, had no eooveraatioo with any
of the delegate or any other pctson or pereoui
abouf our repreteoUtioa to ,tbe ,6Ut Cotren
thm. and therefore have bo reinontibiUty aboertJ
tha iMU orthe 'Countv ConTemion.'anfl am
perfectioonteni With what wa dopei fl
At to Mr. Mauu, it mey be aaid mat ia wu
ahaaoifiem th oeorttf for tor' than one veel
before ft ward end iow,ntbir'deiegaiee were
alaotad, and did not retarajiome.untu rter. the
Couatr Convention had met and adjourned, aaa
neither Mr. Miixn, Mr, Iotob or myeelf were
at the primary election of f delegate, and yet
w are ay tngget .into . voi ncnAT. e ; aritete
and held reepoaalble for hle'rejeflUMby e Dean
otrafie Convention oi Franklin eoontyi a i del
egate Id ifrM9V,j(hejB in Ithetatoi Cwivf
tiod. Wot only ate we tjrought Jin, but tbt .'ra
ging analH it alee aaeiguadae a paiam bolUtoel
engine ia our baDdt.kndrugedtif ni lbthii de
featf jjtfow .rldlejlont, , Al to.ihe faual oparv
tioo of iaet wiatera wa- aboai tktsJt m. M
naar in hi tobev wotf anti would be glad
keep UU in th back rouna", add blat at ib
manner )n, whtoh he allowed .the.AepablitW
maMgert touae him and hit paper it their
iort to dtTeat one of the beet iod mott judioiotj
eaturet of State policy that ha been adopted
for tnaaya long day "fal phioi aad .whieh.had
hit eouaael prerailed, would haf e tailed errtire-
Col. MtoaaT aaya ke 4 not utpvtoertbip
with: Mr. MaarnninT not any body aite, and
we he were we he wwrtd hereby give notice
that alt ocb, partnembip were eft.tbl
MiDair nod the rreeent ditor of tx Stutetmn
were yartoerlln btrlnett In the'pnblUBing
editing jhi Water Heikiiflert, whloh'w&i
predeeeeaor; ,bf Phio, aafewte. Wf
along very well together' and dintolved ia har
mooy nnd good feelfng'i BIhet then there
been no bntioefi partnereiilp' between the editor
of the CrW and tht editor of the ftaiameit,
but tha following voto will ebow tha CoL Me-.
vinf,' Into- u an 9, J8C0, proponed ef
owl iecoraV end wlttoal anjr woIicUntiOn what-1
aver, a pti af pofi Ileal plnrs hip between
nartiea, wbloh b P need oenal phrat
. J MA1T - I ,. . a. A.
rhp t .:golat-t-ioi(, f y" ' w
... in uuu boat, t '"'J1 ; Here
COLUMBUS, O., Jane 9th, 1860.
JLv.'Um. of Rlunl notnliirWr be
tha aaan af brlnitlnf out elUkaratUoke oa yoa ar ea bolb
T aTTif aai mM aaaaavtoaaoa ha ealtfeel, I Will
ID the etna boat, aaaiawhat will. Iff J
Aa ta aiaiuri SeHUaore, jea toow ah abouf.4-
kaaui eatin wamii vea cumunDi a n m aaetv w awvaw
fche eoaaaetloa ef r m aa with the atatMr wee ao m
Of 8110a. aaTa ou bumu. w w -
wiiltea on the eutyect. Do aol area kaow ! aaww of
the penoB liaited T. - Here ivoarallr treital the
. a. . a Al..u.kU a aLBWaant IflnJ
aad set at aa atair of axy eeriaueaaat wb,trr. !
yoa ksw aU alwut , and i tntM my-V in fw
hanit.
S. MEDARY.
.
To nndentond thle note, it mutt be borne
mind that Oov. GatiNtn had predicted, in , the
Columbut GwtUt, that tha Democratit nation
al Convention, aoan to tBerabl at' Baltimore!
mutt throw Dououe and all the aiplranta for
tht Pieeldency orerboard, and Uk-Aip ao.
man; and that maB'twMaaCMiw
bui. and hi nam, waa Colt,.Mnar The
Colonel wa exceedingly gratified at thl dem
onttratioa lo hie favor from a Republican paper
in Colambne.'' About bme'Mme omeor
the Dem,olloipipt In thli' Btat'e euggeeted
Col. Aitw "bom tht party could
unit and ge forth to victory 1 and the Chilli
oetbe AittrtiKT bad a careinll brep&red leader
in whlob it'atiempted ib thbw ,ft tha ttttm.W-
oontietenciat aud . false teaeblne of leadiag
Detaooreta aod Demooratlc paper In Ohio, and
that our then present dlfflcultiet were the natu
ral result of our former bldndere and abandon
ment of pnocioleaV The1 arlicle referred to tht
alleged former false teachlngt of the Cincinnati
Eajuirrr, jOblO &afiitej 'wd fleveUnd Pltit-
aiir,enthe elavery qneetlon, and soogbt to
exclude
e Col. ALttit from" soy there 'of resp'on
r In the premieet.''jl regarded Ibeartwle
aiblCty
a essentially detective in it hietorlctUtement,
and so did Col. Mnniar, and to supply the en p.
ata. he wrote h' coinmonlcttlou. 'signed' ;"0
ft.f which, f itiau' ieiitori! prepaye)4- by a,
was published in the Siafamea of Jane w, 1860
Those who are burfens on the subject, may refer
to the c'olum'qk pfhi tail pittam :of bat
dale for the'm anner and matter of .the articles
referred to Now, Col x Mtnaar notlfiei the
bublirlithat he Is rro(ln jisrtnershlp; rth.tfc7
Mw!rfiitoQi I'nottofin,' the
aarae boat'! Uh aML-aad'SarotBO hi heel at
thooghhe never knew the'edltor of the fifeff'-
mta?. wnat a ncgie, pnangeapie we uau al
most said uoerateful-rworld tbie it!; m) a'.
G. W. M.
Tariff for Protection—Direct Taxes
Tariff for Protection—Direct Taxes for the Support of the War.
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.... - in e.t a ' ' ' " -n I .-!!
a ffokably th moot .infamoue and usjeet policy
etor jsureoed1 by Congress Wat adopted by Con
grew In relKiidn to Uxatlo'n Tot 4the inpport of
the wari nd rjtbe, eredit t pt the Government
Wbea.iariilt nd-Ui!are lata at rqnauy at
poMlblo, 80' citizen bas a riht'to "complaJji, ex
cept as, W tbe polloV pt the, Gofer,nmenJ which
makes a retort to heVrjxtton neoeeaary. t
-The people of thl-0attoo lav mog etnot tt
termlned .Ihat ftwoirl nMIeraie aUgh
taiff for pioteUon ,irv n.j,. .v"1
was needed tort. sapper tM Ahe Owveresoent
aid rm credit, ey werowlllinr totobmlt to, to
arranged that protection thould be, inoiaentai to
th great ';ebrec't--rvnnec Jt appears, jiow-
ever, that TnaDDEOS Brxvtas, of Pennsylvania,
aid the New England Repreeentativee,"have
ingnored this well,tettied principle, which , Is
aUled b'y the Philadelphia Birer.s4 tollowtc,
Jj-.ffMMM.whataret' naav have been: the mie-
take f the Beaate in oonnrrning naeuitaote
mllltsrv aewotatmenta, fct at leaat entitled to
the praleaof having made aaob arraagemenU
a will kaaa na the credit ot the Government,
and U haviaB to modified the tariff, that the
American operativ caa gat the beaeflt of wbu
mmanmBaatr.- eaa take place ) these hard
tlmaa. , We take It. that the Jnereae of da
ties, except hi respect to tea, coffee aad anger,
aa nat fw thatmrooaaof Increasing the teve-
nne to be obtained for them, bnt that' it waa
mada unon the breed nrlnotnle, that wnat we
cab afford to apead,'we must, for th. present,
"TO expUlnt 'tb Wh'oM fatter. The in-
erease,!xoepi upon' teai "coffe, and 'inger'
was not Intended for. th parpen to obtaining
revenue, tin other words, th duties opo Iron
and New England nianufactnres are probloitoV
ry 1 nbn still be Imported, .consequently no , au
ties will be derived from them, and the. deft,
cieoof lathatevenue.'aauted by this probibl
tioo, 1 bad up by a doty on' tot,' coffee'' nd
augar, and. by a direct tax 90 the '; property and
Ineome of the peoples, ivrj : ..vow! wt
-'Wot one inch would the1 repreeenUtlve of tbe
New EdgUnd apd Pennsylvania iron Ipierestt
yield'to th urgent demand o(th Government.
They must hold on to tbtst. pereenUge, when
averv other Interest of th country fa lauguftb
lag, and tne people oftteviretMea, as
heavily a they can bear..,.; i-.j v-;:"
Tha aoairar svsr wi' 9sli 3 'cai rv,l il
Farmers continue to set excellent price for
nrodace. and as the value of almost everytblDg
else has fallen, they btve benefitted rather than
enffered by the war."-; t, ' V-f,
Xhie wm be newt to in uunars 01 w.r sv
The hvnrtt i oerUlnly. Igiinraot, af thaxoa
dltloa of the farmers of th West'-Tk prior
of produce have not been so tow for mshyjssrs
and not only fit,thet la iitUe or 00 H f it
Million baon Ulias if bushels of wheat and
Corn 'ar piled up IfeV tb Wt infj no market
i demandor .,1(1; ,'Th. greatontWf,; for Par
Westeto produce, I ctosea, no a pusnat a ge
where former iy eatold mUionawent every yew.
W ar now trying th experiment of the Wett
er ''hoine market" ws av heard' o jnaeh'
aoou( tnioif-l .Wa bar told fof yaaae
that when we of tha-Wee would ewntttt to
beef -the burthen of taxation' .necessary tofprb-
th VAnnfactartng .Interests ol New Eng.
land, osd 4b .iroa JnlereeU stt Penntylrtnia,
ttit they would repay t by fornlshtag a "home
market' to consume 'th'proddctionl of 'the
vast WftU jWi MW trying th experiment,
and so far as wa have gone, th people art vary
wstJaatlsfied that it it a humbug. ' It will enrich
them," bnt Basket ns of the yVesi poor Indeed.'
Tbr wUJ be (lay of .settlement oon.:;iJq;.
u' ' " n '
Mr. Crittenden's Speech.
ef.
If
and
tte
fotj
hat
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Th gepublioaa papers tbs New York Tri
tunt eboof flir roet-appa to eoatider that
the wiiowiHg paragrtpn in Mr. uarmeonri
speech, at Columbus fits' raieV tifiht on tbsir
Pfts .K'.d-t.M'U t'U.t ': ", ef
' All ar in tome things lo bismer - The South
let, ts I believe, most ncedleeely forced this
war upea net needlessly, because ell the wrongs
Of .aihich thsy eonl complain eoald better have
been remedie a ue Union and under tbt Con
stitutlea than by any act of war. And vet oth
eri ire no without blensei for only a year ego
last Winter, they could' hare adopted' measnres
of peaee Which wer tendered by resolntione:
the power of securing pence was tbea In their
bsndi, but their party pride prevented both
from accepting tne plan propotea. une ineitt
d noon this, and the Other apoa that, till fc
tweea tha fait and iktt tf parties, the' preeent
UDuaorT quarrel bs bee forces spon nr.'
bit
Jhe (
BoLorrss' Botmnit-The War Department
has ieaued an order, informing. soldiers that tbe
boncties provided for soldiers, by tbs acta of
and 1850, having been repealed by the act
pid at to la session, will not in tutureb
3 J.
BJTh 8and8ky iteiatar tay" it ! 1, th
platiorm If V thaj D aocf..,i(J Xveoo.u twy
days, and read ani irle4 to gc( atthj f q
qan-
lng, "but ui to go pu ose, . to par ,v
anvthlns UnrdwitviaioootiTieo ir
we are eorry for the Ignorante-of the J?jr.
hot ahaweweHbei that Mi!WJpa,Mnmejmr
ilntlv io fnUKl( br'tnelrbandtdtte; and
wa hara but little ban at U Jar ibpiViur
Keep tba'platform oabaH yon wRlodaooraj
thing torigible'pn the sec'ohd' toesday of Oolo-
thing tarigil
bet next. r
1 . i
tr The JVsfitnaJ . Dtmeru puuiisnea, at
London, Madlaox oonut, speaking of the State
Convention, tsytt r A n.TIUl
- 0Tk nmnnrailc State Convention at Cola m
but yeeterday ""S"? auenueu, u -nroceedinse
were harmoniooe and satisfactory
... i . . . . i -. - A ,L.
.. a rriL. .ni.ua V lha'l Aafwaat
tioo were; Prttident, Hon. D, A. Starkweather;
a mil AArtAMttmn. ' 1 nl fllUUBTsl VI 1UW wvmwp'
a Vice President and Aisistamiaecreiary jrom
a.nh .r..npaMional Dlttrlctr Beeretarv, juuu
, "Wt havt hottpaoe for fair pjtodtAilngi, and
caa only give the tloket pat in nomination, and
Indorse it as being pomposedof wopnd, capable
a ....t..i. . .k.n ffla.!t obi aordial
idpport as against any Bepublioaft ticket, that.
tnsy babougnt oui.-; i ; ' y. : . , . .
(,The resolntlons,' it says, "contain nothing
that any good Union pan fin , take exceptions
td." That ia deoldedly eur opinion.-a -ixi . .
i: fT;The Csaiwreitf Cab't l' Ibe name' of ,lta
genU'eaan from en extreme Southern cityi"
it "mlBbt gv him trouble la the South,". The
Cammereief Is mlstsken.'1 W bed 'no'flltymlty
ia seelne thronrb its mtss of made np noMenee.
Its statement don't streog'tbenlV W the least.-,
a fat pretty, wsu jueue np, aw ""vj
but ttlinf war plain to be seen It was all msd
up for the occasion.
tir John' V-.rt.tb,lnk-the Derttotiratlo
.iiWn.Wtenenllner unit With him nd ioln
the tiiwowJ, CMoaigo Platform party. . So long
as ifie harty.'ahstalned hltn,"U iri nflflgWji
.,' In the esse before as. the treason so rife Jo
aabingtoo, pf which, at eeeo ia variout form,
we1 read every day, we have only one remark to
make farther. '"The leading Senators refused
t recognize with approval the acts of the Pres
ident. Mklne- to nut down tresson. Even an
Ohio Senator demurs to support those efforts."
rtZtnuviile Ceuritr, , ', ,
'iThis may be regarded as i -alight punch at
John Shiimin. Th llret thing A knows he
will be denonnceS as is "traitor" by some of his
abolitloa irietds,) A
CTThe Lttdtr, of Cleveland, one of the
Irrepressible, abolIUontgana;of the - Reserve,,
and theeoeMalWffa of BinoL, Is nearly Wa?y
to iave Pemocrat Join -its. psrty aad flien'
It of some of thetodlahi Ujias nenrVe by
breaking ap'th'e .'Onionv We don'S wonder at
It 'Ranting, a partner in ite fntamy. r ?-, yar
wl'irr Tha , undereundiog now it.t tnat 'tht
AMitito RtjvWet Btate, Committee wiH Ivua
acall for a no'-partJ 0nIon cohvAition. That
I a ueciaeaiy ,
Ohio Militia.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
COLUMBUS, Aug. 31. 1861.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 666.
nlher earnmsndldtt oflioers.
OT me mtwbi raiwii v.r.o n
Kit. iHrk iitK.d..MUta atajiateaia m vuiv
8ute troops, will repair wlthoat delay to Co
lumbus, and prepare their muster roils for the
mastering eat and pay mens 01 w
'' Berjederof thCommanderhI-Cbief,2,; Ml
C. P. BUCKINGHAM.
Adjutant-General of Ohio.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1.
HEADQUARTERS REGIMENTS
UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS.
CAMP CHASE, Aug. 1. 1861.
aThe undersigned having j been placed ia the
eotnaisnd sf Camp Chase, and having entered
upon his duties, directe
ml 1st. That all order reTHtfiglonme sanitary
eondltkra, order and government or the Vamp,
ee of the officers, or troop therein assembled
nmmnla-ated br officers previously in command
and not exnrettlv .revoked, at continued in
fru at) antU larther order.' . ' '' '"
,; Sd. Lieut. Lewellen Gwynse will oontlhn to
aot as Poet Adjutant ant will b. reepeotaa ana
oeyea aocoruu8i7 k ,. 14 v )
. fld. nffinaMnf aaanaBlaeaiidreclmentabeins
or about to be. mastered out of eervice, ere ad
saooished that their oootinued pretence In camp,
ta long at any part of their respective oommande
shall remain there, is highly important I the
order of th csmp; and not less so t j the rep-
. . . ... . ... . . .. 1 . ' ... .MR - 4
taiiont 01 tne ouicera sou meu. . a uiuure uu
detained br akknsss, or- indispensably absent
actually engaged in the mnsterlag eat, or pty
(0 off their men. will Immediately return to
eamn and remain there. In discharge of their
nroner daUee. unut reooireo or oraerea die-
T - . ... ' . t . r
CHAS. W. HILL.
Brig. Gen. Commanding.
Our Army on the Kanawha.
-'
, TheCloclonstl Cbmrnrrcitl givei Abe fojfow
log statement of tbe present dlstrinotioa of the
troops on ths Kanawha:
' Tares companies of tb Twelfth Keglmeot
are: at Charleston, under Colonel Lowe; the
remaining seven cempaole of tbe Twelfth are
near Cauuelton, thirly-fir mildt from Charles
lon.Th First Kantacky Regimg is In their
advance, between in roaa ana in river, i oe
Eleventh Regiment Is encamped along Ganley
rlrer, above the bridge" recenUy destroyed by
Wise. General Cox's .headquarters being in the
rear of th Eleventh Regiment. On the tide
Of a high mountain back from Gaoiey and the
Kaaawb river, "on fine location,' tbe Second
Kentucky hae- pitched it tent -with on cav
air and two ardllerf eomoaniee. Al Somer
yille, thirty miles np the Ganley river, Colonel
Ttler Is encamped wltbVtba Ssventh, aad the
greater portion 01 two otner regimen is.
us srioay araroiog we a wewty-eiaia n-esi-ment,
Celeoel FtfTe, left Charlotte ft Park
errbnrg,'snd ths Second German Regiment,
Col Moor, has left Point Pleasant,' also for tbs
same plae., They ore under orders to .join
Ge
Reeeeraas.
News From the South.
FROM PENSACOLA.
A prlvsta letter from Peosaosls, Florida',
dated July 99th, says: "Two or three of Billy
Wilson's Zsuavet deserted front rort rrckens
and swam across , tbt bay to. oar side. They
were taken in charge by Colonel GUddera.T
Ont of tht deserters brought bis gan, osrtrldge
box. end dinner with him. We era having
pleat ant weather bare, ana mere is no a cess
of .sickness la oar company. , V I
THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.
It Is sUted that th reoWt of the Seoretari
of War. lost ores en ted to tbe Confederat Con
gress at Richmond, shows that on hundred
and ninstv-foor reilment 'and thirty-two bat-
talioos havs alrsady been accepted, besides
various detach meets of artillery and compa
nies of cavelrv aot vet made op into regiments
The report has been sent tn to Cotigrert for
consideration in . secret, tettkw. Tbe report
urges tbe acceptance and organization of three
buodrea regiments- .n ft Tr V TI vi
,: I.. .. .,, . . . try -
r ArroiNTMiT w Coterirt. Ths foItowUg tp-
poioimeoU e eoueule, not hltberto announced
were eoelreaed bv the Satiate: .(re l .t
s Geo. W. Baker ot Ohiwye AlbeB." ' b;
. Wm. L. Baker ef Itarrlsndr at G.aymse;
; Lnlgl de MofitI of MaseacbufietU, at .Paler
moj .til-1 " JJ;l -' "- ' , - ' ' J
,; T. X, Kinrf of Rhode Wand, it Oporto,;. .:,,
, Wa. B. Wtst Of Wiscemslnt a Oialway. ; h"
. Wm. Bebb of Ohio, at Tent-left. ' '
: Charles W. Goddtrd -of MhTSiCmnl Gen
eral to Constantinople T ; , r m - . ..
. Geo. True of Ohio. Coosul to Funcbsll. . .....
: .John A. Little, of Bton son of the senior
partner of the firm of Little J)rown. Consul
toBaroelon.i'i:,,,""k-r
:
MManoawap' Naaawaaaawaaaww'0
Site the W
The New Yor'
synoptical repor
matlon to the
atrnns- anonsh. .'.It it 1 nnf' fllaf i Hi ubUr n
enou(?b for that. shwt.Viu'1P4Ble,u;
the 'imt, It soper to say, Is enUusted
la MrA. AIit'4'--OnsdUlPMt.
iUiie ottr.and rt--ianor"turpriiDg'tnatuoT-ernor
aiabletoUeeoreerrMya M his standard
3wh ivii'iidrtoUKhftpS' f PDf ErerY l
GefefuwIbaafble'Whaa&owed him to
o. -"o" - it-" -'-. l . ' . . ..r
be a trqa Union man, and he would, sacrlc
that life, irtt er rieueaaary.'io preserve it.
UBIODu -. UUL III UilB.. UUHLUUiL . will VU BMW unw
ftilug elaihaiiiliud evqtipor to" Blaok .Kewht
uqauisin, ana. we. v not auqjryou iui , lf,r
clAmatfuQ dob..tpVjwetya.wfii Via' Tmf
Ttaraak riinnra nearer home that bavt.asood
deal pgfamnWjl MW!!!
ma m m . iiuKUHi 1
, ,i . j. M,.i'-i
1 m- iap pw ' "-" 1
Af f. ,n .. (1. nlile'i rroula. I
rMMnl..i of -i lliso cri. B teaotl
"'. f(mwwn,..i .I..Wj a.lV .voil.ah J
iftaaTUBiaDe? av FoaTsw:Moi'sor-Tber
art laid ten nine hundred colored, contrabands
now' a AVtress.Monroe. of .th fejlowing siest
as anq rMVili rtniii. 910.1 rl Ji .t 1 sti k
I .-upil'iliifaotairsisj (tKNumbar..3 Value.
AblAheiljod mn rf.: rfK-OO.-a it$3U0,UU0
Wometu trsrkti eiO V ji-175. wl; j 87,500
Children. - - 3U5 ' ..t;.:118.600
Jjaiiriju.
Letter from Hon, Alfred Ely.
The first ' direct communication-from M6n;
Alfred Elydince bis capture on the 21et ult.t
dearly three weeks ago, has been received. A
letter written by hit own band and addressed to
bis wire, Was received oy ner tins morning nj
matt Wa ara riermltted to extract from it SO
mneh as mav be of Interest to the public- ' The
latter la vrv brief." It will b seen that be al
hides to pretfoue letter sent. ' Tbsy -have not
been reeelved -" ; -nut-io-j a ', w ?..-. .
RICHMOND, VA. July 29, 1861.
;a Tie Monday evening, abd I 1 a
minient lo'repeBt my assnranbe to yon that I
am very well, and to say also that w'htvl!
tome additions to pur company since my last
letter' 'to'-yoen' 'On Saturday afternoon, Calvin
Hesoti.Jr., Esq. arrived herej a prisoner, hav
ing been' captured on tbe tsme battle field wllh
a The kessan'ir.iai bts' com In fot the fitters,
and 1 most let this moon go, or not write at an
Will write you again this afternoon. : '
P. 8. The messenger waits a moment, and
I am enabled to say loaf you need not feel anx
ious about me a( ejb r I hope sponto be permit
ted tbe hope, and thkik 1 shall. L .,!!!'" ';
; ,v.i- n,t; rt .lo grest hste, eto-e 1 ..-1
ALFRED ELY.
WniDiD SuuiiEaa.r'The tfumber of woond-
ed Fedoraii toMiers. ia the. hospital at Rich
mond hae bee leereased by recent arrivals to
user, fire hundred. .Bui few more, says the
dispatch, wiU be brought down after this week.
Those-here acknowledge the kindness With
whioh they have been treated by tbe Southern
people.. The Central oara .brought ; down on
Friday evening iron , Manassas,-, W .wounded
Federals, who were, immediately , conveyed to
on of tbe hospitals. Front the number now
bete, a vast amount of physic, to say nothing ol
care ted attention) must be need np in oraer to
minister to their wants. . A large number of
tick and wonhded Confederate soldiers are com
fortably provided, for at the 81. Charles Hotel,
Moon's Hall, and At various" other pnbllo and
private building appropriated, for hospital pur-
petes. -, (...:., ...... j-;.?-' - -. i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
j
J
J
TO THE-PUBLIC.
XTOTICE IS llKAKBY GiyjEN THAT
GOVERNMENT STAMPED- ENVELOPS
will not hereafter be received In payment of pottage oa
Limu iMT raoa tnit ornct. 1 am.noweTer, aoinor-
Ued aad prepared taaxoaanga. ,-.,v- a tc - . "'.
Biv VEt.oP9 ar. th new; ntMVt.
i an eo.utnlent tm'onnt of, ft old 1mo, during a pa-
"eaoi. ..... .-,ta ? . tt
tH
frea thle dato, after which tine they wUl be wortbxi
TO TUB HOLBIB. .
Tf rottmatura at the small o.-eea, ia ue vieinuy oi
UOiBOiDut, woo neve any 01 uia am inuu ui ma.mwp.
oa hind, mutt tend thera to thli office for exchange
telfAta on motif from tiu aat. , .
joun uaitiAn, r. at.,
Aagut 19, 1861 dlt Oolumboe.Ohio.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
CBALtiD FltOPOALS WILL BE HE-
O 0E1VBD at the office of the OommUoaiy-Ueneral, at
Oolambut, Ohio, aatll ..
TTJESPATeAtGTjaT 13tht 1801,
at S oWook S. M.. for dally ratione to be faraitbed to
ihe troope bow or hereafter Io be etatloned at or nest the
loMowiog placet, town:,, j. ,flj, t
DAYTON, Montgomery County.
,,. WARREN, Trumbull County. -LIMA,'Allaa
County ' ' - - ' :
CHILL1COTHE, Roes County. '- ' ;
. STEOBENVILLE, Jefferson County. " ""
W003TER, Wayne County. .
MORROW, Warren Connty. . , .!
The daily ratios lo eonaltt of one and one-fourth I IV
peaedtof froth Beef, or tbree-foarthe l,Vl of a pound
halted Pork: olihtcea IB ooncetfieth bread; one 111
ponad Of Potatoee; and at tht rate of eight 8 quarts of
wniie BCaoe, eix iuj pounot oi uonee, roaaua ana
pound, twelve IS poande of N. 0. Sugar, four 41
auuta of Older Vinegar, one and ont half lllil peundt
B unset Pieete Tallow Oaadlee, four and oae-haK
MX peandi Hard toap, and two 3 quarts of Dry salt
to etch one hundred railont. . ; i--. -:
Ireh Beef to be leeued twice la each week, If required
by the commanding officer, ... ... . ' -
All the above tpeciOed prorlllons and subsUteaoe
etoree lone of the beet quality. '
'.Bondt, with ample security for (he faithful perform
ancaof the eontraot. will be rtoulrad.
It U expected that at leatt one fall regiment will be
enlittedat eaehof the above named placet, aad be eub-
tltted under Ihe contract here contemplated until mat.
teres Into Ihe service of the United suttee, cecn con
trad for sabtliteaee snder thli notice to oonunue dttriag
Uitpltaturt of UteOomalteary-Ueneral.
Beparau bids (tealed and. Isdoned JPropotaU") f o
each place are required.
I v. viCbANU, voa. uen.
Oorumbat, 0. , Augurt M,1Wl.-lt.- T.'
Notice to Contractors.
SCALED PROPOSAL WILL BE RE,
0K1VKJ) at the attioeof laa Coauaittery-tleoeral,
at ooiuabut, onto, tnui , x i u u . v
TUDHSDAV. AfGCST. 15th, 1861,
aiSo'eloek F.lf .iVor dttly railont to be fnrolihe to I
Ihe troope bow or hereafter to bceleuonea at or near we
lonowmg piacca, ui wii. T-yrr-.Tf
AT.T.IAHir.r K,rVr,.nr. flhtfi'' "'
i FINPLAY, Hancock Cotwur, Qhiout)Y
Tha dan vetfcid lo' oodelMM on and m-foutOi Tl K1
peuade er Imk BeeTrof three-foot ht of a poun of
Salted Pork, eigbleea 1101 oaneeeof SreA Bread, one
1 pound of Polocoea, tnd al tht rate of algtrt 8 1 quatle
of W
bite Beta, bat 10 1 poandt of Coffee.
around, twelve lilaouodtM. 0. Bugar.foay 4 aaartt
of uioer viaegar. obo aaa one-aau iihj pouoaa oi
Bummer fretted Tallow Oendlee. (oar aad e half l4H)
peuade or i
Herd Soap, tnd tap IV auarU of Dry Salt to
caeu-oot hundred rations- . . ... .
Ireth Beef ta be Ittaed ttrte to eath Week, If require
by the eoBunandlng officer, . - .. .-r
.All the above tpeolfled provliton't knd tubeUteSct
stores to be of theoeitqaalliJ '
Bonda, wl'b aawio wtcwrllr .Set 'tb UlUirai ptHoraa-
anoe of tbe ooatract, wUlbe tequwee,-, u '
H it expaoled that at teaet ooa fall ragUHSt will be
onliatedat eaehof Ihaabera aaeted. place. aad baoub-
elated Bndev the eontraot here oauMnolated until wrae
tared Into Iheeerrlceef the UaMwl aMta.r aoa aoa
Iract f of aubeitlaaea ender this oetlat la tf nllnaa eartn
Uie pleaaare ef the Oeawiaeary weMiai. . o 1
Separata 'bldt (eealed and tautened "rropoeale ") for
each place are required.
I ,-.; ii .(re! o. atwuanu, vtaw. ww...
CoJumUe, 0., Aug. 19, lKiliu-;: . aul l i i
eK-aa'j
a ui.'.xl
RECttt'Il'S NOW KIS lisTtNO W gLL
ba acccDtad for TI1RSM XKAHS let Uet Maaialet
Service Itjth jRJiSlalBNI 0. s,l
j. I y' ja .rKW OmOBBtiiwe:i ui nil 4
Col. fl. B. Oarrlnrton.' lata 'Adjatkat-Seaeral of
Ohio) Lleatenant-Oolonel.O. 8. Shepherd, late Major
3d BeclBHat llBitad Blatee iafaatryl aUlor Meorr m
barton, uttetui uegiment uniwaowwaaruiiaiyi aiajar
Samuna vnaerwooa, iai via vkiib uui ,wm.
lu fin try; Uajer Irederlck Townaend, tot Adjutant
CUnaral of MnarTork.. ' .'-,'. .M .t . r
A large number ot other oOioers ara alto from the eld
Baglmenttta tbe Regular Army. Tnis triple Keglmeot,
I ueguiar Army, i me inpie negiment,
to be brought to the bigbett. foeeible
'ecrlTt P:iH eertlcA-; ' V-y y. ; a
he bountltt end prlrlWeS granted to tht
Of ,m men, le to oe
discipline for effective
Itenioeeail thehou
Volanattrl. With tbe addltioBal be Hen at of the etue
rleaeed aiSoere and pertaat aeateat of Ihe regular eerrtee,
with the keetol Billed Ami, 4vw i ru ml li.w
; Mono ned evolr bat able belled, healthy men.". .A
- The bill bat a 1,0 paeted ralalnalbepap as. Slft par
ttoalw.a'Mpeoi aaa eeetttiteieBea ouweie baaelea
been Inoreaeeo.
..,,eufn-l"'ii
nONNF.fi; ItlBBOKS TAJtJS.AM
L) jBU0aE3,,tww,tgrle,JjtOBandby ..,
sptiU V. I tWaiit aia suoftt ..
REPRESENTATIVE.
1
,r, .m Am i. iov Ta- r
' Bat am mtessuawm 7- r -
- I . .v. 1. nf ih Bai irnl in a qu c
'T7.T. ... fci.roa .!
ntyirtfire
trhajf Amext BepreaenUUTe.
' 1 Vn.. trul
Yaora. tnil.
REPRESENTATIVE. MOSES DAVIS.
. . . ... k.
d.U for RiaautovVJUaUaat) tt neeueonos ne
Union Democrttlo nominating convention, and oblige,. .
-it it" ";" host or kbmuuiv"'"'
1
FUELf OR TJ1E.STATL
'ri a s.teiiriiraAi" trgci ait :
S CKIVEUat thTofflWjtihe BecreUnr of Btate,
MdndaV, (hV94 'drfy' of epiembW'next; axISJ
1 . . , fit. T..-. mMfMtm' I
(ok ruoOaVl tbtJIW WOT Wva.
Boundttotbefnuhel; ,..i
MUBdSWlMBuauc.. ii...nal
- SrbT.lt Shok-antdlrt. M t" ;.; jj,
toe rueVtoThe dellvereil, wlfhounnV. flf WAdij
llwerv.at'uieSUteHouielBColuBibui.', ... .. . -'-i
y,7p'l. to be aooompanltd bf ples.'
t f the kiodi ajaality aad prlooofthe fuel propoted to be
ih!trawlUWfa4blrI to trtjKmU.mllk
,.jT:.rT.:..u. i auhUiitha aBMadt of Ibeoon-
JSIipartar-aaif
.nZZL ,'1. ll be niaieaVd" the coutraet to be ltUiM
'adconlance wl the term! of the act enUtled "An aot W
ZZ.7Z 77. hrVUr.h..a of BtaTioners. Joel, and othar
artlclai
lor ue ucncrpwi jiw. . T - ....
lmI lnUmlSl ftm
pSaied Waroh
11,
1851 Bee Bwau s BeV. Btai. .eupj
, Secretary of Btate, -
lwitd.;1,-;-';;v::0,
.
Columbni, Ohio. As;
COLUMBUS
ifi r
IH5TITUTP,
iH4euuraei
Uetl';.LU'-a.,,flr;t'MelMi,o
'tfVa.'.-.
U .
sjptsMa '- rv.f")'' j
job Jsrix b. r&JUJkz. .ri'-v
pRACTICAL:t' BCIENTlFrC ' OPTICIAN
KEEPS TUB (LAHGESUiASSOBXa
-.nif tha moil Imoroved. kiadt of Bpectackttk
Alible Qltteee, whether tor near or ar-tlgbted, art
around la ooncavo convea rorm whu ui giwvn
r. .. . ...u iha IimuI all ceate. sarins Weakneea.
Distlntai or Inflammttioa of tht Byea, and lmparliat
ttrengtb for loa yeadlog or oetawlag.rr .j.-- -M,
Office. W.Kait 8UIS street, vstjelpjer. ; Webtter t
PAPER FORTHE STATE;
bEALEOPfcOPOTAiUL
U OBlVXUat tbe uuice of taa.eeoctwy .ot-Diaie,
untlL. , ., .- ...-. ;,a7 ntm-'l
Monday, i th ;2d. day of. September bext, at
for fnrnlhln paper -for ute of the guts oj Oblojas
OJVWlBaiaiaDouklo Saner BoyalPxtDtlos Paper.STM
by 41 locbe,.tp weigh aot (eae tUn oiiea tolht
' waOm. - f
100 Keamt Ponble I lat C p, 10 by 87 Inches, 4q weigh
atletttlM poondito the ream. - ; ' i.
100 Reame Brocbnre Cover Pagr.iaMTted colors, SO
by X7 tnenes, at weign at leant ao ponmn w tnrn renin.
' The quantities Above Tjimcfl to be Inc'reutd'at ib pp.
tioo of the Bocreury ef btate. J-i' ' " .
Bids mutt be accompanied by samples or tne paper,
ant sort epedrtartoe at wMea each sum ana qaau.
t wUl be delivered at tha Butt) Bouee la Oolambut.
Ncteatplts of aa Inferior artioka need beprtaented; ttic
paper mutt be of tbe beet quality. '' "
. Ihe delivery at the Super Koyal sad Covar Paper lo1
commas oa on tht fltat of Movember nesV.waap.lat. mmt
contlsaaae tha paper tball be needed. . !,-' lie
the deliverv of the Double flat Cap to-caettteac
me lint day of Deoembernext, and continue as abort.
Bonds, wilb erproved securi,ty In double the amoubt oif
ipprovea ec
111 be requl
a contract, will be reauirea laccorauir to iswi, conai
tloaed for tha faithful 'performance of each eontraot
The blda to be made and Ihe contract, awarded IA ee
eordenca with Ihe termt of tilt - act to provide for tbe
parcbaee ef Stationery, rati, anaainer article, n, im
General Attemblyaod Btate Offlceie," petted March 11
1R',3. tUatfiarw. xlQ8l Bwan'a Blat. bSB.'v..- h - a r
Bidt to be lndoreedoalhatnvelepea, .'.'Proposals for
lumuning papar iu, w. , ... ; i . -
.. Bidders are alia red ihat at paper will be received
an leas it conforms in every retptct with the samplea.
2 hit provitionteUl 0 tricuy aevterea to. , i, 0
i f A. P. BUB84LW.,
I Beoretary ot state
Columbus. OhloTAugait S. Hfll-dtd ;
a.
EXTRA 8TJ0AR CURED HA!e " "
) X?XIRA BT70AB CTTRED BKEF! ,
1 1 Vnittwfcl liwiiBWBranfc.)
- . - ''; ".... -sJLr' wtj-oa .J;
jrrenou ana xujcua jrmne, igt, . ,
i , '. J m w v,j tn ,ft..i t-.v-
' I , t1. ,Zant jCorra&ti and Baiilni
for ele wholeaale aad retail by.i j t;.' .
' r4'J--'' fi.ir.istAiix,J,ii.
Jh31 4 .Ve.Ws lt Bth High Street. -,
G A q:LB; BRASS VORKS,
' , l.VirBerNjrtatt'jk'wates 8l.V Xu-"
...E ..POTTO . &..CO,
I; a cxrrKTioTro; ;
tad1 Heoufaetareft of Urass an OempoettlOn Oattrngr,
?T j Pintthed Brats Work of all Dtnriptiont. - -
j : stencil cuTtifc;ic." V
- feltl tl-dU rUrtAiin J. rl
spe awn or Ices':
.c , Mlll ,
J j- ,,L08VAJDfOCND..,, ''.
"kultlludet tf pertonawho havt lotl their teeth,'! tbsir
hefltb, ajid I belt eooftdtoot, by tbt use of the .common
Impbre flakratos, hart found a retitdy agtlntl ail those
vil Ib James Pyle't par and wbolitome Dietetic Bale
rafut. Depot, 31i Wathlagtoa street, Hew Torlt.
TO HE8TOHE THE SICK TO
HEALTH The Mood most stparUtr, Had all steo
iclnes ara ueelatt which do not possess the quality of
sUmulatlog tht blopd to dficbargs jts Impurities Into the
bowels. BiifDiTB's Pilis poteett, this quality In a
high degree, and should bo every lMilIy,!j'tlity Are
eijptlly utetul forehtWnoaad pduu-dwta4jb ioh
iexet, and are at Innocent at bread, yet-Brore trrSritvs
At a! aioiciirt. '', ,-t '
Tht Hon. J tech layers, 0 Springvllla, Itt wiltet
to Dr. Brandreth, under data af Hep 11, 18613 ,e trk ..
"I have used your Invaluable Vegetable' Ud"!eral
Plib) Ib my family since 1838) they havt always cured,
area when other madlolnee were of bo avail. 'I have
been the means ot my neighbors ntin( hundreds of doK
(art worth, and I am eaUafled they have recelted t
thouaand per cent. In bleated health, through their ne
Ihev ara used la thle rwloa for BUloae and Liver Dlt-
eaeet, lever and Ague, aad all rheumatic eases with the
most perrectoaooeee. in raostney are we great reu
anea in. elckneat, and I trust your venerable life may be
loogepared loprepartto excellent a medicine for tht
wWmr-,' .. . . . v
i Praeee tend me tht lowest prist fjy tht gToss.''
, 8old by Jobs X. Coos, Druggist Oolumbns. and by
all rtepeotable dealers la snedielnet. '.. :4 r
' ly;l5dawltio. ! .
norrATiiLira is.g.a:''""
..,-u
V 10 all oaaee of eosttvsnsst., dyrpaptia, bttlloa an liver
sffeotloBS, piles, rheamatif, ft Ten aad asaeav ebeU '
nttt head aohes, and til tenersl dertiigenienni ef
fbeaa PUto have Invariably proved a certain, and speedy
eamedy. A ainaU trSsrwlll place Uie IM PUla beyoad
ttaettch ofcompetlUun m riie tetlmauoa of every pr,
Mens. " ' ' A
D;. MpXai'i Jt howat Blttaes wIM ws twaa "r31 '
seectoas UalUaaee ef aerroae aebBltsvaUspepewAraaa
aakai b stekatts taaidewt te feaaaiee tadaaioam.sawJth,
tnd rvarp kind 0 weiarnees of Hi aiftrve'organe,
far nit p, D?. W,' '. KOV ffXjt ryedway,
and ty all Druggltbr, ,"; le' ..: BtayM etfcwla.t.
"th foUowin? iarM;tTaot;?;a
letter WrilUu by.the Bv','Jt. I, :Tolma,.pattat t. tbe
P 1 rrioUU Street BaaHbtl Ohtrjoa, BeaokbTB) '.,
the'Vowrnal and MetMnget,'! CIpclnnatL 0., and speaks
Tolotiee In ftrof of Uiat world renowned medicine, Hat.
Wmnxiw't Boorma Bvbot roa CaitMa Taarrmawi V
"Weeee 'ilVertl'mrol tn "yohf oofifmnt eflfae
WiveLow't onrnin.i DvRcp. v Nowws never enlda word
lnfovef pnit medicine before la our life, bet we
Iaet eoetpwlre to eay ro yonr readers that this It BO hum
taug-rwawv v..ia,T, jr w rs. ro a -aov it
outae. It 1 i.toii.1 ly oueedbe atoet socoesiifnl audi,
etnee of tie dy, kK-iiea it ia one of live peat. . And thots
. I.. . M Wt.. huu. luKlu. ..... J. I it. ,1...
Iff ih a tswii t M .q . ' eojijdw-
furnUblng fnel for the Btate '"itaji jl
, eHdmUhedWtbe(KAhaetorfiurfMB"
WtrWw tnftret!,J 7 j. . ; '.L.? .it .
l .Tui-s iAua a.- pi-AVDoaiuu.
OPTICAL
BWAWaWaWaawa. .B aaw
.
w.' .1
rtci
. 1
SON,
20 South High Street, ColumnM,
. ''.'
iZ i!3a fittOolored 1-twne at iu, value li oeoU.-T
Robeiof ergaudie Berage, ana aoguau -
half ihelr value
iSPr"
29 South JUah BtretU -
sraanTM .
HlXi Juat openejjiu JflTolcft. PI jery...
handtome. .-p ,. -.'-'2 J
. t A5 1 t a'-.-" l.aa aett
P08HE1T, TRENCir, A ND CHAN Tll Ufa
1 LACE "MANTILLAS AND" P01NTE9-
Vfifili aMcB , JjAjCSS. FOR. ji ShAVIA
Very Peerr roha i louncing jactw. v.
feel Thread, French, Cnantma oeueco
Valciei,',oiat,de G&ze," Brustela :
'Md Tnteaa Lacei jtaa :..voun, , ;
VAlENCiENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS, -
MALTESE'LACE COLLARS & .BE 1 '. ,. ;
LINEN "COLLARS k CUFFS,
aai "' ' '",,'; In new Shapes,' ,
takPAPfSR COLLARS So CDFF8,
ittfuh twla 1i itm
For traveling.
313 A IN &
fC'tlNUS-rJAIV XOW-" ...
Traveliiig. .Dress .Goodsr '
MOZAMBIQTJBS. P0PUH8, BUEPllKRD'J CDECKt,,,
bilks, poiiiDB oaxva.vw ;
"t'l B ATBLt AS, BR00HI 1fAt!fOIA, c.
jhs beet and ott fashionable styloa bj the elly, 'v -AT
"VKIiV IjOW i IRICK8. J
boii ' ftiliuU t-tt JATrf SON, 1 ' "''
:rMwmnn av x-81oia High BtraMfS -
T7i
WtlttAMIielESTIEAUX, -
Groceriesi :
I w .1 I l.r vn
,(TRo;:oiri8ion3'
Foreiraand-Doiiiestip Lifiuore,
HAS BpyOVED BIS BTOEK VBOM
If O. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
' ";; Ta wf
No.Vl 00, . South lligb Street,
'- S
Hit oldetaneoeollf ooeapied by.WM. MrDONAtIL :
vlS ,, i , -. , i-
2H3.I 44,17 -"'--
NEW v AND FRESH COODS,
Which be will sell
OStsr tatkth or Cenntr"r Produce.
lQ0eeHvertfto'f)ity trade free of cbrge.rn
WM: II. RESTIEAUX,
: (eOOCgSaOBTO HcKBS -t bkbiixatjx; 7 '
No ' 106, South' '' High Street,
t jL.ugAiBR 15- l-' '
O C E R I E S, PRO D UC E,
rffU Vl9UNi
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
,OUR, SAL'T.X.IiKORS, ETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steara Batweejt , ; Ireland and America. ;,
NEW YQRK, BOSTON AND GALWAY .',;-
Tbe folldwlng new and magBlBeent lnt-clAatpaddle-T'','
wheel Bteamthipt ounrpote the above line: ,' " . ';'
ADBI ATIO, ' 5,888 tons burthen, V Ctpt, J. Hansi '
-' I , , (formerly of the Collins Llne.l - , . , . .,
BtBEttinA. ' 4,400 tons burthen, Ctpt.X- Paowta. J ..
COLUMBIA, - 4,400 ',-, ", .V..... k I.atTOH. ;- .,, ,.
ANOLIA. .... 4,400" k i NiOBonoA.. t
Faoiho, - ..eon""-, -'tfi :1.8mui.... . ,
PRINCB ALBERT. (Screw.) . : - t , , ......
Z-T-ly.300 1 ' ' 1 .AWaxasa.; ...
Ota of ths above ehlpt will leave New York or Boatoa '
alternately every Taeedty fortnight, fertialway, oar-
vylnc tht gorernment malbj toqehrng. at Bt. Johns,
f.
f he ' Breamert of this line have been constructed with
the greatest care,' under the eupervttlon of tha govern,
ment, have water-tight compartments, and are nnexoeh ,
led toreomfort, safety and speed by any steamers afloat. . r '
Tneg are commanded by able end experienced officers,
and every exertioa. will bemmle to promote tha pomfort.'
of pheetngere.' ' - ' ; ""'.Til' I' '-,,.
t Aa'eTDerlenced Hnrveon attached to etch ship.
I HATES OF PASSAGE. '- ' ' -V'..
riretclatsH. I. or Boston 10 uaiway or Liverpool
s- vtoBi-;0hn
jrhlrd-elaas,,:; i.'V f;&J to Oalwap or Liverpool.
,1 or any town in ire lata, on a juiiwaj, - - -
- . . ... 1 1 villi nrn.
. xairo-ciaa, fiaaa.iiigini ara iiwnuii ."it". - r "
vblont of Ibabaat qaaiitr, cooked and, served by the ter-
vanbioi theCempaay 1 '' - 'a-.-.-i
I HEXURIt TICKETS.''
PSrtlet within to eend Rr ibelr friends from the old
ebwetry can obtain ticket! from any Iowa on a railway, in
'land, or front tha principal citiee of England end beoU 1 ;
dTe very low rates. - .'-..'
Psteengorr fot Hew Terkf-arrWng by the Boston '
Steaanere, will be forwarded lo New XJ I'ti of charge
:q V, ouai
r t' .
KHAtf
n A I lha office of the Comnany. oa ths wharf, loot of '
Cahal street, Vew To rV.! '
uunaianir at 1gr1nnn.U1 ageou.
nllla itAm.
I 1 -j.j : tcotrKO Jt; tfc:tt-
' i- w-iw-v,'iSr-l&'Si'VvT." .
- - . -J tfMWMM 'a,PBte t I
4 t
10, 80. I0DIH,, AUUiS,.. tiAAJU, !
I
1,000 ystdsBniiart'lsIa Blaok Silk, at l 00valee .
.. tl peryard. . lfKV; t . r'jj .r-n .
t, 500 yards traveUsg Dross and Mantle floods at
..IS l.oenta valas SO cents pet yard.;; j"' f
8,ODO yards Whirs Bmilantet at 19 l9 cents K f
waist 9Q eente perjsre)."". ,',"1"
4, COO yarde lia aad Baaaattl wlnbaaat greatly a-
dee Tahtt.
J '1 It (
LARaiS AND' bmiRABLE LOTS OF
1 1 -- T
-v .V
koiiraiiTrtt,lBA
Ln.,M ' knfff .en1 arr t;?) f.f..'
liStllUS, lUVidAll BtVaB,
aOfQLIBalAilEQES
lAwsi, ciucoiu, i: FOpims,
I
:A
,:
Oil
AND ALL OTHER 1 'Cl
Ncrw and. Faeli.Iorut.ble XrreeM Good
' th; tot most desirable stylet and at very lowers prleta. I '
rS l ' ' ' ' " n
,6 tbVtttJ.mlu''li moststrllsh mannsr afteif'8
uu rins aasnwns-tae el elegant erjara-sij,
the
agn fo. W Booth High street.
1 1 i.i .i.
, Hf t rS
tj c aXj-M..iA
jl, g.4, -4 Whit lit lit
Hod anal ia
:Wblts ClieeAedf fbjlov eaturyi gait g j,J
;sahg
tBs, at avals, Higk ar se
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