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AKO, We B1ANH4NI EeUtar.
AUG. 28, 1861.
Democratic Union Nominations.
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V0& GOVERNOR,
Of nuaAIiiaTUin. .
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Democratic Union Nominations. THE OHIO STATESMAN
Democratic Union Nominations. THE OHIO STATESMAN For the Campaign.
, q-. m fornUb (b diffawat Imum f tht Ohio Btttef
TaaMtrteMaaaaa, arawatht'UarMS..I atlt.
.a'tai ti-Ikl aiai, .i. 5 "
" llther rha above lanaa WIU M furalih4 Ibr one or
" 'ofe!Iftii,4a:eltfbi r tlagW ce It e abmre
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Al. 'frvk'-wi,kTT Ohio glmteinan'itlll'btfareithtd al fbl
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" Ouapalgn, and TEST pUo oar MAMMOTH WIIKLY
M'fcalilitndiat all irbo nnt lt, ai a Campaign' ipr,
J tH f Attto of the ci cum Ihe traj nloo
Irr.laeAtWle go t werfc anl iMced. ttejUi j . A ' ..
n-J'1 to
xo waV).
ru (ma t 'i'i to -'-! i
Waaipeet to aiaa H aaemaw au
"f rjM toad ftfVof tht rrttmpHotV thSUof Ohio.
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Business Notice.
,tKJWWri?'Pffron Poatoffioe arfc
AifjiLiOfit euiiaUbg the poeuge etampe of the old
ifcOpai jiiff render H.imsofaibjio for bisK ,,'1BP
to be herealter re:ce"4 Ktj ofllcBl ,n P"
fcot afto Twii w '
a'iiaaioai njiMn'1
Union State Executive
Committee.
. ioc. and elected 6ahou,,Mid4t Chafrmab
Committee. Candidate for Lieutenant-Governor.
TuskS
n DewewaXT Central Com-.
TVaite.Bet JoIEmi cityeateday aod nominated
.1 rjUa OJ MAfteU.L, Etjvof.fifeen cadHlj.U
mrmm t4 UfOu Deartomleea4itel' LUuteoaut-
".To'l'-f'kD-Jill th TecaLcjon ft tfeket oos
eioned by the declimtion f -iw-HliJkMim)
Mr. MOTifaMr-waa formerly an old line
li whflr.uidid rfot' fike Vtf adltwpVt4n politic
notil the rite and atijjremaoT b6tttpnjan
in the EepuifttWrta tBeist oanrMa
,bU23 wHieapeecbee on tne eiae oi iao vemgcracj,
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Ha la a food lawter. a soond Udloo Democrat
., ,q hoaeat na,.and Afti'make an excellent pre-
aiding officer of the Senate. .
iftflB e'B(WaWin'rth)-"CcmmiCtj passed
the ffaTfOwfflf resolution"? i-
lTffioW'CWif h' Petfocf!8;SW(a 'Central
KUiutf o4thW QWThit weJaVe
observed witn aatoaiaameaj ui euueui ui ue
'l:euiye"lf the Uaitedtatfly4brough hit
Iggflli 'WHBIH tne true fliatw, to abridge Joe
o9StlT(light of tfew Ipeecn and free
tpujigtiaj f ItwMI in a areeiaTeTament jo ae
mainteoancerpJCiDriy, oy auempung too up-v-.-;!
jiX,Demooratio.tiewap4peja,'itber di
V'n''rrttry or brtlregHy proWbitiag-rbcir tranamla
aion through be aaail; and tbat we bare tad
thhMMaijon he awwlta by mqbV tpon
TDemopraiid QMteut tfii Democratie preaaea
nooer JPjHfaifHJ itupuoeDt prvieuoe uih vurj
ara 'rii4miinit and iraitora. " or BUDDOrt Jne
and
'mS li.Tnii An&'trmismT. Arid that lb
Deotaool,Ohio, raf tO'lhe Union? , and to
th prlficipleeS)! tb Conetltution, will protect
and dafead their rrrht to free speech, a free
. pteecwtree assemblages of tbe people od "a free
73 f baiiaa t bf ag the lagU kcMwtUaiional means
la.,thgir power, against either th illejfal aad
unconstltuilohat' ordciri and acta of "lb Execu-
live or violeoce
aa tmit WUi V . 'Q i: t: j A . 1 1ft j r;
it
"A Follow Feeling Makes
Kind."
.ii a -iaa
ThCjncmrstrajrijs rejoicing over the
foot that tbi Boatherul dieunioo papera ar op
V ie ti the toabeitioa "iibe mocraonf
HkI 0t fcrlodtag aittoiril Cvoiion.' W
aft? hb Boobt bn( tfiaftM wottd be the case.
ttw ttl ir JPe te3 lh oppofllton of tt'OIsonlonista
. of theSouth.like'theMemphlsiAseD4.);he,
ewatgAbalfcioaiaiaal .th North, like the Ciaatenaii
m ,. asMmte-, The araeb' wrorktagi Car! iejir)fv
mm ten'and orobtrrea they each bpp'ose itlim
urei fliaiintiiihT glrA the least promise of pre
. .aiwaremg- ft AkAom Tb BmUM aa aa) rank a
dlsuolon paper aa the jsfftal. Tne Apffl
,WTf,! ifoV and' ffigMFfrl.
M eour. JoFI If fafaS p1 'tnder false col
U ,fOtrHM ,mPh?1: Fki Jttry few
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Gen. McClellan.
W It gdiD; the ronsdt of the paper!' thkt
"'""''Gen. McClxlxaw hai appointed 'that coft,tmp'
MaetacDusettt, to a poeitioo iu u -"v:"
u Dcllevea" " We ahould be "aafoniihedj but w
11 1 1-W ia'ftft J is W tld.;W Mr?
. vrllti f !s.!Ay aj i- .'-4 .W ricu
00 BUlia CUUnUCUVV IU auu IKayw
Ja5"lIcCuu.A la beUve 'tbat h haa commftfed
aayaok .
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The Journal and the Mac-a-cheek
Press.
il
' If
jOtC aaf gbh or-. ef iUa Jtarn al 1 a .cunning
flpdf.tr,,,, P pobllahw th first fiaragraph, and
r o ff' ilne and a Ulfrf th,ecoqd,
ot tb ar
A ''tU rem' the Kia-ii cheeW iYrM.W th siB-
ec?othno,nflua'.!do'of i Governor, bwvw
OXxiuily exofuJ thai poitioa In'rtUfiu to Doctor
1 ".T. - ... :. 1 n ..4
VJ J B,(f lh!l pofttonivbich aayai 'In fact we know
t j"!af ( J!a waa ia thl)moor.tl party that wc
K" "VifflfjsV trttl'mr'talnminth ffie of vr
AV-. . ...... . 'y . T
jrior 'Lth'ttloar ur country ' peril,
I' hit I f on Bsot)d.",q ! i'i
i - -w.
Why did not th Journal publisn Ibiay.Wa.
94 I..l tliAk t wMiil ikMi iiiS of iu bet 0bVe
f lb of who ar looking for wJotiUahT
of
of
tb
la
oat)
"flrc-work,"
Suppressing Newspapers.
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Th N4 York Time pqhliaaei a. letter from
Washington to Ptuli.delpbia, ."letting forth th
ibjtl; u exioog tha vry repent dettfmia
hobs w in uovernmentt- v j
'The Administration decided tO-dI to take
auotawr p, wbiob will be quit aa ttartllng at
nrtt u tb rormar, out vnioft i eauauy reaau
d oo tound policy. Too Constitution provlds
lor tna freedom or ipe-tcn- ana oi in
But It also nrovlde for th Drivllef? of lb
rltf -&iU fB.- It fait bjn toand tbat
ba tafetj Of tha ftepubll rcqalrad tba aBpeo-
Utt ortoal Wril. 'I b Aamiojiiranoo ia aww
. 1 - . A .L U.ai . ... a a ak. Jat AnKl4a WawmiirAA
tx!il:af luMt taMtoriW thO OoTerDiiMDt, aad
4o ftt Mwt"dr flkJliirafii,'W
whleht ky" theft" eympMby wimtmo Boom,
ia i k. N..pth aoitile feellor asaiott
the Oortramem, ehall be warned to dealafnd
I .lull ka anfmrMaad."'1 ' 1
U4n.lit I. AAA1w Mfraahlnp. Wa mult
poll J'jleld ft; heart. nppor ,t the Gom
A u M ylUIHVH'J B I
vaDU' but f to aU the aseaaaiae of he Admin
lMrktloi! OtheHtiM the paperi not hariogtho
.tiikninS Inr thit "ahaQ be iQDDreased.1' ' At to
uoportiog !,). ifrmrimit if m Miiirry,'po
4geocr Democrat lode noy diflloolty o Dbac
raMment In thla. We hare tlwayi done thli,
anj awayi uUod to do to; tut aa to' iMtalaiDg
'all tkimt turn lb itaWiwitfrelMft," that ia
Jiapoatlole,1 Witbott 'total' ftbaaemeot ; l That
tS::ik'ik4!J,.nitw.ln tha mr.!iikfrihnt r
fu"u , i
ih Wm DepaUment-unloie that U Lot conT
"Uldeted wpoHida af "ae OeTerament Tbe
Clnolnnia YVawaerrtii publlahea ft petlUoa
wlcfi It aaja m4eeeiTe the) "algnatnrea of
thdua&'3ii wking for thO removal of Mr
j3Aapi thV.oreUrj of War,, whloh reada
'ftftaalotniu.iin aj l- "l 3
J'bia" Exceileccr'. Abraham' Ltricln.reat
:.' Bent'of the tJnited 8utea: "
,','.'Tba ucde'reignedLanxIooa thak yoai Adaaia
latratioQ abonld In tbi time ef National peril,
hero, the unqualified reepeot and reoeire the
cordial inpport 0 au toe irieoua ui wv wn
taeo'traod teodgnlaing (aa It ia forced upon the
eweatioa'' Otll obMrvaat 'eitisene wae
rptead fend frowlag want, ef eoofldeaoe in the
integrity and oapaeuy of the Hea. Simon Cam
eroMeeeiry Of Wata44 beltering-moat
aarnaatlT. that the aaiertal popular will ana a
great pqblu) fmergeuoy oemaoci a ooufrwi
ahall nlaca tba War Ueprtmaot in the ttaada
fit a- man Wbepe ooeaiy aae ,nerer neen qoea-
.. . ' ' . A k.fl
UuOOM AQU wauaa aapai;iij w viuiaivubuu
been nroveh In eerrlce. reepeOifully reoueet aad
empbatioaily urge, the reatoval of Mr. Cameroa
and . the appointment of the Hon. Ibaepb Holt
oi Kentucky. ' Tbie ie anbwlued, wjthoat paf
tiZAa nreiudioe or Dereooal feeling, with the
deepeet adlioitode for the general welfare, aad
under tha sreeteat aDDreheuelana that the &e-
paolie wiU,a0er irreparable detriment, If yen
uauiiuue in offloe Secretary of Waf whom the
people baliere unwbrisy and mcpapie.;--"
xThia U1 redaira' tbeaaanda ef aiftetnrea.
We hope tbat petition! of almila Import wiJ
be.-aireWeUd tthreoghoat the country. ; Tae
trcaident muat b made underetano toe popular
brill In tbia matter. Ioi eren tbe deieat of tbe
Southern army of the rotomae would giveaucn
confidence and joy to the frleoda of tha Govern
ment, ae would toe removal oi iameron ana
tbe appointment of IlolU Tbe pith of the mat
ter ia -oiearlj preaented la the petltlbo. It la
that tbe uAdmtAiifraiioa ahould be auchaato
oo mm and the tetpeot- and aupport of "atftte
frittit th QntrnwuiU." We would .go lor
ike removal of anotner memoer oi too vAoinet,
Gideon Welle, who la of no account whatever,
aud the appointment of Com. Vanderbltt or aom
other enpAbl ioan.!l ' ' ;; ", ; 'r :, ' ri
' Now' the question arieea, are the "thonsanda"
hdi'igh thi"pap,iio7ll'itUuar " theJ
ympathiieri with'tberebeiit. AndiatbeOai
tniifuU a loyal paper, or will 'it pe aoppretioe
mdea tha rale adopted at Waabiagtoat Ptmv
eylvanla loyalty conilat in : aepporting1 Mr.
CAittW Wi tte War Department, and getting
fat. contract, and! the PendeylTapia . leyalkata
inaUt.thal-tha ReBublieAiii who are trying t
raaove Caauftea ar elj mad beeauee jh Jbaa j
not favored them. .19' ,C .y& ! n
S' Which 1 right we nn&qi determine, not b.
ing-in th aeoret. W do with, however, that
they would soon agree .upon which is right o that
w chill know whloh t aopport to b considered
a loyal oitlien. ' ' - ' 1 - . '!
In oor simplicity bf heart, we had supposed
tnat the Cabinet wer ft'nnit, and thai the man
tjhey call '.'booeat o!4 Abe' waa so purely aaa-
tit that h would not tolerat joaCwbo waa
dot abov euepleion. W had understood that
b appointed CAataoiit'iuid that he alone ootid
remov him. At leaai, mat wa woai abhw
Acxiif did, andCwOuld d agaia; and ft Mr
LiMooLK waa tha "ieoooa : jACUon," we had
supposed he would do 0,' , Bui he Jlai not, and
h dr not 'remov Biao ,'Cajhio. - Mark
that! The New" Yb Jtae don'f like the
Pennsylvania rule. " It ssjs: ", ; V'
f; "There i obviously aa egregloni error to
thia statement of Government DurnoM-Oa
may auppert th:GovernDC&t loyally, twaeetly
and heartily, and yt not ppportJ'aW.tbe
area i-tnAdmiBiatttloo."1,K.l li
That ia just our vlw f th caaa. ' "
Tne'Cimftrc&l n6t lonfyan Caittoii re-
mTed, ba; -t want ytuM, the .Secretary of
tbe Wavy, ousted) .In abort, it ia Bgnting tne
toBXlcJllTTyBf . the United States, Uc for
mer because it la corrnpt, and the latter becaoa
U incompetent, Jf tbe rebel read the Cn;
mril, It being ft Republic pper, and oon-
aidered - good authority, U will certainly1 give
then) great' enboaragement to know that th
Army and Navy are la auch hand. i uv.'.i
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B3 Tie Cincinnati Timet "thanka Tieaveb
that the people will coon brelaed from par
ty servility,' and thia, too, after announcing tb
iaoi nai inert, is now to o a ntw pany organ
ia4 JTbUl fioA th Timet 1 cxodingl v rick
wliMW remember that' It Waa th ai ref
wrgaa of a party ia Ohio, that required ;i' 'man
ft jak jeJIar.orjarrH fp ."bol '..ap! hi' Band
and tak about thr ( that he would aot
tertJhatdfBl.rpembcr f inch a party, and
tbh wald ot'fc any foreign born
pron,V on prdf easing tht Catholiq religion,
for jy;Ofilo e,(. trust, honor or ,emc4uman
ft Time m -rlobr batch.'
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Mrs. Lincoln.
mVmf&1pt- '"TW h ertrher pi
'.Thelftdr bf the President ia VeT)retnted u
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enjoying a gay time at iong Branch. ,'. Bills,
rework ana otner iMine r marjupg ter
stay,"1 Thia "playing Court" at watering places
durini'aucb serlou. time .aa the present, Is, io
itawiW:ry nbeomiac. W hav
been led t regard Mr, uaoaia a a lady of
round sens, and earncauy devoted to tae sacred
eaua la which her basbaad elava the. most
nee taut parti at ha aonduot ia thla respect
calculated t ooDg to oign opinion pereto
foet ntrtalced. Her plac i at th Whit
Hoaaevasd If twr health required recreation, it
would bar o more becomlag in the Pre
ideot'a wife, to bar taken It, at th present
time, quietly and unobtrusively. Grand balls,
grahd supper f affd graod firworka, in honor
anybody's wife, arejutt now very muoh but
W pre teat against the atUcki o the Ad
aBlaietratioa by -th organs of the neB
publioca Voton Pariy. '-'Mr; CaiMcli, th So-
reUry of War, and Mr Waixi, th 6ortary
tb Navy, ax pOUUeally. uaaUed by tbem,
and. even Mr. Lkvcomi eanY tatie a visit lo
aprinsa witboul com .cOoloa meddler
.Hew an It k aprta iw th rrealdent
auoc'4fllriwosOGt( tbli 'fat ijner uch
a a . a . a m .L aiu wm v a a
"Jlre:iliiewt, t MrilOotir Jay bar
"graaaaii na "aapners.-"
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The Secretary of War.
V Tbi aUic'a of tho Eenubllpan praao of th
OGUDtry hara at Uet bioyglii tba Panoiylranlo
plondarori to tha rwcao of Mr. Camuom, Thf
Philadelphia Prm, naaal with FoutiY
when he bu aooee to the erlb. adfanoea to the
'latctut-oTlui XutUMumpanluiv auh-
nit the tollowlof from the Pram, tot IfupooUon,
ra, Chioago Tribunt, and all other Republican
papariahe tavabaaaeliargiDg theBeoroUryof
War, with, peculatloiv fraol Md thieving t
The Secretary of War. THE ATTACKS UPON THE SECRETARY OF WAR.
bavlos madft ft oOnaeatrated movement agalaat
him. are bee-innioe to realiae the fast that they
are commuting a grand mutate. &yeryooeoi
tbelr aliegatiQM haa fallen to the ground, uen
cral deDuuclatloa ifl alwaya a ko fenge for
mere partiaaha. hut, when driven to tpeelflo
ohargee.-thelr malignity and faiiebood era made
ahamerutly apparent. Tbeie men ahould re
member that General Cameroa, l ft man of
eoormooe fortune, and, therefore) beyond every
motive of capldityi aad that althoagh la timea
paat a decided aadaemeaaateaorgauepartUan,
be , ha reached Uat period of Ufa whea Uhe
ambition to do eight beeomaa aimoaiarellglooa
doty. It ia thia feeling that indoaea him to
defy oalnmny and to challenge iavodligatioo.
tie baa maaifaated a liberality ift the diepenea
tion of hit aatroLklre to all loval aun, tree-
irre
pecUve of patty, that, however complained Of
at tbe etart, ia bow known to nave oeea proauo
tive of the heppieet ooneequeBCe.. w I
i There lb ecarceiy eonaty la tha loyal fltatej
in which, may cot be found umber of young
Democrata, eooa of patriotio father, generally
ia etraiteoed airoumataoaea, npoa whom he haa
ooBfetred eommiaiona in the army ui And in
doi&c thia he haa contrived to take ear f hli
own party by providing for yoang Kepublioana,
Ia tha matter of eontraete, net a oontraot hai
been elven out bv General Cameroa which haa
aot met the aoDrobatioa either of General
Soott or the offloera of tha regular army at the
bead ef tbe military bereau. .
. if General Cameroa ha committed ft mla-
Uka. It ia beoaua he haa vielded too much
thmartiat in tberetoUr eervioe, or, a the
Waahinston lobbv would have it. "haeoot been
aufflofently attentive to bta Irleoda." '.'The : r
alt la.tbatjnanT of tboa wno oompiam oi
Cameron are Indignant because be hae not been
able to make tbem rich.' Nobody could be Seo
retarv bf War ia thee liaee' without beina
eubjeott the meat arbldg rltloiemi and ft
General Cameroa haa been actlv politician,
and ia aa liable to ntak mlatakei a any other
maa. b oucbt not to eomplata If he' receive
Hi full abareot tbleaino oi nyparcnuoiim.. .
tBotlearaallata ehoald remember, that wbile
a jealaut and aaalou vigllatie ahonld be oxer,
iaed ha regard to all men ocoopyiog high poel
tiooa in a crlai like thie, mrly malignant an
tagoaikm may ran to aucb extreme a to weak
o lb common oauee. aud toeoooarare the com
moa enemy. i" One thing I eurei No Cabinet
mtnieur, tbe exiauog atat or una puoita
atiad.eaa commit a flaerrant wroog without
being 'deteoted, denounced, and diegraced
aad among -tb flrl to aaaiat 4a .th ' ch
titeoieat of rah antffade will ba the Prut.
We ihooeht it waa atrangajf Foaair did aot
eome to the reicue of Biao,"!! jtaetrr Swoa
a fare man, vr einee hie "enormoua fortune"
prevented Toawar from beibg eledted to the
United State! Senate. ' , '" , '
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O Th following items arc from the Wash
ington correspondent of tbe Philadelphia Pr$i
the 85th: ',r
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ARREST OF MAYOR BERRET.
Th arrest of Mayor Barret and bla "removal
bene produced touch sensation, bat no aurprie,
that military ineaaar having pravloaaly been
xpeeted. ' It wu not for th reason merely
that be refused to take th oath of loyalty a
an ex officio member of th Board- oi Police
autboriaed by Co rr eat. Tber wer other
ground, good and sufficient, to tb Government
tor tbi proceeding. : A guard ka taprarily
bee placed over -hi bue, wbr hi (anvil
still remain - -'" - -t"i . .
Tha mty ba beeft filUd with rnmor l th
arrest f etberreaideawf totading geotlamee
eonoeetod wtta h War Dprtmtt bat tba
result f aalm and paaiaoi Inquiry otrowa a won
drfwl taaUlty ior eenaatiaa ikveations, 4 B
ahatUUnceadifts to belicrre tbem. . Of th
saveral women recently take aader turv eUlisce
ht Mr. Greeaow, well kaawa la wMnisetion
with fasbloaabm -irotew '-She, a wU a tb
then, I aeouaed r giving aid and comfort to
the enemy. The Prevoot Marshal docket of
auch oaaea ia not aa yet filled. '"'';" I ?
MRS. MAYOR BERRET.
la addition to tba arreeu amd la previous
dispatches. It ii Mated to-day that jura. Jttayor
arret ia under arrest ia her ewa boa. . Jt la
certain that there bra two offiear gaardibg th
bai bat tb object I probably aot to deprive
aerai a liberty, but to prevent the mavor'c
vnvate paper irom being carried on antu they
nav aaeo examined.' . ' .dm"-'
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ASSASSINATION OF GENERAL M'CLELLAN CONTEMPLATED.
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General MoClellaa went out aeven mil, lat
last Friday afternoon, to review Malor-General
Hooker 'a brirade, retamlng to the city after
dark. During the review a .number of secea
aVmlata war dlaoorered ia ambush and arrested
aear. the road between the troops and th city.
Uiathoewhttbat their object waa ta ataaasl-
aate General MoClellaa whea ea hi war bom
tha voln,i Tbey war placed la tb we
goa. and under atrong guard wr iconreyed
th eacampment. . r : ,. ;
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ARREST OF MRS. PHILLIPS.
Tb fsct I relation to" Mr.' Phillip ara,'
that the hai long been known to sympathise
with tbe South, and hajr been Instrumental la
aiding the cause of the rebels. That ber house,
which bu been ft kind of Southern-mail poet-,
offloe, may b searched, sb haa beo Umpo
rarlly deprived of her liberty by being placed
under a guard on her own premlsei. 1 informed
com time ago that her daughter!, on hear
'or tne rail' or ciisworta, ciappta their
hands, and "tha mother joined tnem ta demon
atratloni bf Joy, lnthd presence of tha friend
tha Union. -J J , 1
Mr. Fhllllpi la a prominent lawyer here and
ft member of the United State! House of,
Representative, from Alabama In the Thirty
fifth Congre,'- ;j
and
-tont
mtmrivO a ,.' .1". '..?.. '' . 1 ! ; .'j , j
Ooa Cmt One a.' The Hon. Alfred
Ely and Celooet Corern, with' all war offloera
Captured by tb robe, numbering alxty, ar at
Rieamood,fined la a room id by S4 feet, in
toboc rehoos. c. Mr, Ely and Colonel
Corearsa arwwell. - They ar all fed oa fresh
beef aad wheat bread." Mr Wigtall, among
others, ba tiafted tiumfi - B ald that th
prleor might M xcbacgd If aw Govern
meet oonc tad tbat If' w Would fight ilk
CarsMUn. tber wonld ff Ilka ComaiushM.
would fight Ilk Comanahe. Tbey. hav
vary atrong eotreaebment tw mile thla aid
Richmond, add btwa Manasaad and Ball
day
th
N. Y. Tribune.
"Taking like Fire."
The Sandusky ftifcr, aa abolition paper ia
PhfrOiaayai ?'Tbe Union movement aeemi to
taking ilka fir id a iry tubbl throughoat
Butc'J Fir Iq. ft "fa tabblj coon bums
and leave th ground, black-.. That It th
tba irrttWk fir baraad wheat It wac p-
pHed, try' th aboIitUnieUi- to' the country ia
1851,' at4 "iu ooars )s matkedVwlth deeolatloa.
now.overyDodyT-even tbo who. applied tb
fir, a bosy trying to Smother aad extinguish
before w ar entirely eoDsflmed. 1 Throw oa.
wateri don'lj'jet it eobs'um th aUcka of
grala ana th focs. n ,i.; t,! ,
U
ta
th
hair
bal
ittrt'Th' CWnnjaii 'OtxtUt 1 Wfj"drfully
mild wbn it puts oa iu fals w lector
DmttrtU as t their duty ia4hl rlsl of our
eonntry.bot heiretofof When itdelrd touswry
election for Tbc ftepuolicani It jrai tha auat .
TiiOiotiVf.inorT wJi,'eaworui ia tna
a . TN . . a
Stat. -The leoMref of noli ft paper deserve to
treated with scorn, and the editor iturold b
twkUbypoormyii
Dm0or9y xst th cflWrtry kaW their fatj, aci
twftrfrt It ' VJ rU T
b
Pec
bv
jjz
Henry Clays Views.
The ZVi6aa and tbe Eepub'.loah pros now
frequently putting themselves o the record if
AboUdon, which means Disunlo. we fall back
roa th following latter from fleory Clay to
Ear. Walter Colton, showing tbe efl'eota of auoh
aentlmmta apon th Union, th Constitution,
ma uovernment, ana tsa uDonng peopis m. iu
Henry Clays Views. "ASHLAND, Sept. 2, 1843.
A'Mr Daaa'SuK Allow me t a -
Jeot for on of jour traota, whloh, treated Jn
your aopuiar ana eonaensea way, a tout wu
be attended with greU-aadjjood effect. I
mean abolition. ' " " : ' '
"Itlamanlfeitthat tha ultra of that party
ara eatremelv mncbleven. end .aw harrying
On th country to fearful ooneeqaencesV ; Tbey
are not t be conciliated by the Whtga. . Eb-
groeaad with a single idea', they care for noth
ing ale. r oey womo tee to Aumuiiiumuua
of the Government precipitate the nation into
abaolnte rain, bafor thev would land ft helping
band to arrest lta career. They treat worat
and denounce moat those who treat tnem Deal,
who so far acrreo with them aa to admit slavery
to bean evil. Witness their conduct toward
Mr. Brigga and Mr. Adam in Maesachutetta,
and toward mar t
''I will give yet apotllo'of tb manow in
whloh I would handle it. Show the origin of
alaverv. Trace It Introduction to the British
Government. Show how it ia disposed of by
tha Federal Constitution! that it il left Cxolo-
tUJ to tb8tatc, except in regard to fugi
tive,, dlrcot tax ana rapreaenMiuvn. ouow
that tbe agitation of tbe queatioa in the free
Stat, will first destroy ail harmony, ana nni
ly Lead le dlaanion perpetual war the cxtw
mlnaUon of th African rac ultlmat mlllM
ry aeapowam. , ,. , , ,T . . ., . . , ... .
"But tha great aim and object el youf tract
abauld be to aroae th laboring' classes in th
rr' State arainst abolition. Depict the
eonaeaseneei to them of immediate abolition
The slave, being free, would be dispersed
throughout tbe Union they would enter into
vmptitioa with tb free laborer with the
American, the Irish, the German reduce his
wage, be confounded with him, and affect bla
moral and social atandlng. And aa the ultras
go both for abolitioaiam and amalgamation!
abow that their object) ie to unit -fn marriag
th laboring white maa and tb laboring black
woman, to rednc tb white laboring man to
tbe detplaed and degraded condition of tb oiaok
The Burial of Gen. N. Lyon.
Tb burial of tht dtatlofrblihsd military offl
ear took nlae at 614 o'clock P, M.iou Tuesday,
th 13'h Inst. : He wa burled on the farm of the
Hon. John 8. Phelps, and near bis residence
Not on of hi officer or soldiers wer present,
and-ao friend save Mrs. Phelps. He was buried
by erfew of tb offloera of tbe Missouri State
Gaard, belonging to Gen-,John B Clark's di
vision. Tb onlv persona present war Mrs.
Jno. 8. Phelps, Cap! H. Boon, Capt. Polndex-
terUJeufuXinaaraOJl.lrawrs. There were
only four other present, aave two of Mr.
Pblps mal aetvauu. It m supposed tbat bis
remain win dc taken tip ana removed to ot.
Louis. c .a ; ' , ....
"
The Last One Turned Out.
i,Th Detroit atdaerf tier, a Republican paper,
thus states a case in jthat bity,and the cause: '
K(vi Th- lllotia-ba fallen apon
th head of T. C. Fiixglbbon, sq.. About a
year ago be waa appointed a route agent on the
Detroit and Milwaukee Kaiiroaa, position
which be has filled cine with fidelity and en
tire satisfaction, to the Ponoffie Department,
we bare every rwaaoa to believe. -He la an
Irish maa and a Democrat: ant a hi seat tht
tmlf in u StU tsA it id a etot aider fAc
Orarral OoMramrNCw doubt whether tbe
Poctmatr-Garl might aot, with perfect
safety u tbe oountrv, nave permitted bim to re
tain kla plea unlu w bar no farther need of
Irishmen and Democrat to aid ia fighting the
battle oi tn l -nion, if no longer. ,
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,
August 20, 1861.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1.
la aosordaae with.. Geaoral Ordas.No. 15, of
Aatusil?. 1861. from tbHadqurter of the
Armv. I berebr aaaume command of tbe foto-
mao, comprising tb troop' erving in tb for
aaer tprtmaut f Waahingtut aad North
atra Virginia,! th valley of thefibcnandoah,
and la the BtKe onntTjland and . Delaware.
Tb ' rtaBiaatiea of h commantf into di-
viarona and brigade will ba announced, bcre-
The follawlnt tfficeri are1 attaohed to tha
general staff of tb army of th Potomaet
major B.WUliam. Assistant Adjutant-Uea-
oral. . ,
Cantata A. V, Colbarn. Assistant Adidtantr
wraarai.
Colonel R.' B. TVIarcy, Inspector General.
'Colunal T. M. Kev. Alda-Camn.
Capuin N. B. 8weiuer, Firat Cavalry, Aid'
. Captain Edward McKay Hudson, Forteenth
inrantry, Aid da-Uamp. - J
Capuin L. A. Williams,' Tenth Infantry
Aia-o vamp. ;
Major A.J. Meyer, Signal Officer. ' 5
Maiorfltoart Van Vflei, Chief Qukrter-maa
ex. ...f. ,:... 1 f. - . ....
Major H. F. CUrk CbUf Commiaaary. ..
Sargaoa C. 8. Triplet, Medical Director.
Major J. G. Barnard, Chief Engineer. -
Major J. N. Maoomb,. Chief. ToDoeraohical
engineer.' . - -'iiflw-j.i'i .,
Capuin C. P. Krngsoury, Chief or Ordnance
Brigadier General George Stoneman. Volun-
taer aervioa. Chief of Cavalr. " ' "
Brigadler-Ueneral W t, Barry, Volunteer
acrvice, Vblet or Artillery ,
.-....,
GEO. B. McCLELLAN,
Major-General United States Army.
General McClellan and his staff art" busy day
night organialng his command into divi
sions and brigade. . This work is nearly com
placed, and will b aanftvecod 1n -ft general
Wash. Cor. New York Herald.
Montgomery County Nominations.
? t,
The Unjdq Dsmpcracy of Montgomery wuu
iLi.A v- rit t ... .,.u...v r r
AJVWiiiailSUaiaaVlAWjriHaj auvug iiMe..!.
RepveamUtiree, Jonathan Kenney, of Day
Michael Wallaoe. ef Jefferson 1 Trees
rer, Henry Mors, ojjladriveri Frosecntlng
Attorney, Tboav F. .Thresher, of Dayton: Rs-
eorder, Theodore P. Eby, of Randolph; Com
misaioner, Alfred lams, of Madlsonj County
Surveyor, Joseph B. Johns, of Dayton j Coro
r, Philip Waits, of Dayton 1 Director or In
firaaaryrJoha Crow, of Dayton. .
Geo. W. How, Esq, wa chairman or.the
Cocventioo. Themo(rfeaya-.. . Ji.-jt.,-.
The meetinc of th County Convention ta-
waa on of th largest and moat enthusiaa
tl ever held in Montgomery oonnty.( It shows
dotarminatioa of tb ftopU to submit h
longer t tb oorraptloa of Republican -rnl.-Th
old men and tb yoang men r allk n
thueiaatid la th good cane of (adeeming tb
ocaatiy from th anarchy lot which it haa
baa plunged by that JUpublicaa . party. Now
won't yea aiaaa irom andr wnn yoa ice tlje
urn i sooe." .. .. . .t. a: tLji
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ABJunrr of a wowa wrnt laroKTAH umu,
A woman freah from Beauregard's headquar
waa arrowed toayTWhlirpaarlDg through
No into AUxaadrlA Shv'manifeatad
great Indignation,, claljnlojr (bat, ai a lady, ah
waa xmpt from arrest .Aa Irish woman of,
osaa af to ragiaMU searched nor aad found,
among her underclothes, sorflatwentv letter
ddreed to and laplieatlng prominent ltieorj
Washington and Alexandria, be was; tent
dy
aa
N. Y. Tribune.
"Harper'a Weakly, of tbi week, hit cut
wntcn ooe juitio to tb venerable and Incon
sequential Secretary of the Navy." H Ii styled
Rip Van WlnkUof tb Nary, and ft repre
sented sleeping very comfortably with his long
and bard prad artlaUcaliy apon th
ground, while Joho Bull I poshing off with a
cottoa, and 'louli Npoloa I getting
t tb way with a box of oigars. Th at
t is ft good oai f AU'i well that cads Welles "
aa. tNssrtf .' ' - ' t- J .
TbU I prUy talk; tot 4 Paper profesiag to
. What, will th rebeli think to
sttch ridicule of btrr CaWoett ' f l" ; ,
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A FNasTLVAta Csalain,' K 'TaotTftt-A
.mtA , u o.0.Bh.nUi to tha Tenth
of Ivan's Rertmeot (reeorve), wa arraaied
efiioer Alla and Both, at tb tbstaooer of
t tM tam. u wil a other. Hew
joaJBltoJalifoifwthx
t
4f
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TEN DOLLARS BEWARD.
AitHTfionm BXIftBKED coL".
OHAH. WHITTLBear, OoLDasoi,' wu takao by
aome oomlhoilwd panon from tha BngM Boom of ttie
Am,rtci Hovti in this city, og or.aboal ths'lSth
luatant.
Iha bos eontalaa ase aaw Bisau (the seat of black
leather), a silver elronlarplata on tba pommel, a Bridle
and Burolsf le; one Ooli'a Navv BavoLVikAnd Bait; one
ftagalaUon Blae Infantry OvncoAT, lined with red flan
al aaa Tain (not reaulatioo) in two apartmeotst eaa
Bine Blakkr, and otbsramall artlctea.' .'
Any paraoa ntarnlnt aaid box to tbe Proprietor at
the Amerioaa Hoaaa will noatve tht abort reward, and
all expenses paid, .(., i 4 augS8-d3t j
' Master Commissioner's Sale. .
6ala of Baal Estate by order of Court.
W.'M. finch.'. -..." ? . s
vs.
John Brown
(Sujerlsr, Court of Franklin County.
IN purauaooe of an order of the Superior Court of
traoklln aoanty , Ohio, mad at tha May term thereof,
A. D. lei. In the above entitled aotlon, thare will be
offartd tor sal, at nubile auction, to the highest tldder,
on. ' ' ; ; .t".',"
. Saturday, the 6th 'day of Dot; A. D.'18f41, ,.
at tht hour af 10 o'oloek A M., at the door of tht Court
Home, la tht dty of Columbus, In aaid I raoklln CQontJr,
the followlor realeaUlt, towii: - ' n'
la-lot aamber B ef Robert Ntll't addition to the oily
of Oolambns, beinf the norlh-eatt corner of Lockwln
turnpikt and Joboetown plank road. , '
Appraleed at tl,3a6.8. '
Sanaa of tale, eaao, - - - .;. v
' ,i . WAGER 8WATNB,
Bpaelal klaater Oommiiaipner. ,
i. t H. Ohlttandan, Atlyi. .,. ,. ., '
Priniar'a feaa. S.M. ... - :'''
. A.88,18l-w4w.;:jrT . ;'.J,r ' r.Zl
PAPER; fOR. THE STATE.
QEALGD PKOP09ALB XVIll BE BE
CaUVaDat the Office ef the Sacretarr of Bute.
Monday, the 2d
day of September next, at
for raralahlnc paper rr tha aaa at the Itett ol Ohio: Af
roiiowt:
,000 Beams Doublt Super Royal Printing Paper, S7X
by 11 inohaa, to weigh not lest than M pounds to tht
ream. .
100 Raeme Doable Flat Cap, 11 by 87 Inches, to weigh
at ltaat 1M pounds to iba ream. ' : . . '
1O0 Reama Brochure Covtr Paper, aaaorted colore, SO
by xi Iscnea, to weigb at leut xs poonds to us raaoi
Tht quantltlea abofa named to be Iscrttttd at tht op
tion of tba Secretary of Stale.- "v - - i;i.
. Bide meet be acoompanlad by aampltt of tht paper,
ana mustepeoliy um prioaatwblckaaolikinaan quail.
ty will ba delivered at tba mala Houaa la Uolomoua,
Ko samplea of an Inferior article need ba preaented; tht
paper muilbaafth beet qua' iiy. -'- , ..r '.'. .,
- Iba delivery it. iba Super Royal and Cover Paper to
OMniaenoe oa the firat of November next enaelnx. and
con nana mm mm paper enaii oa neeaeo. r -
Tha oellvery or tba uouble rial Cap to commence on
tba drat day of December next, and continue aa above.
Boada, with approved aeoarlty In dsuble tat amount or
tba oontiact. will ba reaulred laccordlne to lawl. conal
tloned for the faithful' performance of each ccntraot.
Iba bids to ba made and ibe eontratta awarded- in n-
oordanoe with (he terms af the "act io provide .for the
urcnaee of Stationary, Fuel, aad other artlclea for tha
lentral Aaaemoiyand state QfAceia." paaaad Marob 11,
1093. Hae Oarw. xiw; Bwan'a Stat
Bida to ba inaoiaedon tha anvaloDtav "Proootals for
furnishing paper for tha state." , V .
Bidden art aaaured that no paper will be received
anieaa 11 omrarma to every mpeet witn tne, samplea,
j.u prwmvn wu oa ear-KKy auAraa to. ,
T i,.-n-i--.v-fr -l r .A. r. HUsBBbli,
. ... : . - . . .l - Beoretary of Bbit'
voiomDus, unto, Aagun k, icoj-atd
1 1 1 "
FUEL FOR THE STATE.
CE4LED PHOPOSAS-i WILL BE RE,
O OilVltD at th OlBoe of the Beorauu-v. oi Biate.
'..V'. ' ici at -
Monday, th 21 day of September next, at 12
, , . . , 'oiock m., ,
for furnUhlng the State of Ohio with Fuel, at follows:
90,000 Buahals of Coke, to Weigh not leas tan .40
pounai v loaousavt.,- ........
.0,000 Buahela Ooal, to ba of tht btst qul(ty-tqutl
at Itaal to tna lower vain of Hocking Coal, and fret
irom awe, anca aaaam, :u '.1 1 , ,
the feel to be delivered,, without rharge for. Inch tt
livery, at tbe fcvte Bonae In Columbua. ' ,r .. !
ProDoula to la accomDanled b, umolef . And to anecl.
fy the kind, qoaliry and price of tbe fuel propoted to b
furniahad. . j. . ' , v , . : ;- -Kach
oonfraetor will be required to give bonds, with
epproyed eoauilty, la double the amount of tbe con
tract, conditioned for the faithful performaaot of bit
oonu-aac.,) - . ,-..., ,. , ,t
Iba bida ta be made and the contracts to be awarded la
accord an oa with lb terms of the aot entitled "Aa aet to
prorida for the purchaae of Stationery , Fuel, and othtr
araclea roe tne tteneral ASaambly and Btata otnosra,
pasaad March 11,, IMS., Bet waas Rev. Buu.Oca,
Oarw. aiea. . . 1 - -
Bida to ba Inddraed oh the envelope, "Pfopouli for
furnlaMng fuel for tht State." , w.JXT
.. Fue 1 furniahad bi tha contractor must In all eaaee
be equal tn quality to the sample. Thl rull tcttl t
rigidly tnorccd. ... -:, ... r;-' r 4 ev cj .
. j . .v . - 7 A. r. BUMBLfcf :ai
BacrtUryol Bat
voiumbus, unto, august x, ata.
TTA JUST RECEIVED, AND WILfL
I I be In daily receipt, by Xxpreaa, of . , ; f
vnvsrr r.kv a tt.o nTHTKHS
Ir?m Baltimore and Fair Haven.-'-1 , ' -. - ..1
Oall al Wagoei't Oyaterand Fruit Depot, No. fit lasl
fitate street . . jVd 1 4Una t
A'. ..I.-', -.A , , ' ,'i i -aflarwo'
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MILLIONS OF" MONEY
, tor an ma pi ram
WAS orfCE T)IE EXfJLAMATIO! OF
a (brlDmftaean. Tnat lock of time tan be procur
at a atucn cueapcr rata, ana many long years -
HEALTH AND HAPPINE3S,5
ecrAdbreoaaultlne 1r. VIIlItWtATHSR, wba
aurine tna moat-ebitlnata and lone-atandlac dlieaaea
the L0N68. 8BART, tlVBR. RIDkltl, BLAB-
pan, BTONAOH RBBUM ATISli DIBBAHKiS PBOU-
H TO FBMAI.BS, BAIN.' VISEAkBSi ACIV A.LL
AFFBOIIOMB OF IBB KVB- AMD KA.1 -
it ." pyrit I
.t..iracis are stabbrn Thlnzs!
Hear what ths Philadelphia eeneanendent says la ths
"OnawDoawaallb," WiimiacUtv DaUwaie. Bth of April.
"An lairllab ftntlemaa, formerly connected with the
Britiah Armv. aad who .styles hlmaelf tha 'Indlin
Botanic Pbytidaa.'hat of late gained anexlenaiverepu.
tAUon-hare by .hit aklU In carina: all manner of com
plaints.!. Bcmt of hli patlenta X have convened with.
and thejr proaoune kla faanadiea and mode of treatment
-vary mmpnitt.. .Boas Sua been Tattered aa If b.
iaa' metieiaa. be nsat Is aletilVed by blmeelf
iraai -vanaas netae ptaaiaatng aara aa retire properties.
''WbiieaeiiDf la too aratr be devetad kis tenure mo'
eatt to a that euzh etady wf the effects produced hi
eeraaiasaadiakial raote and. herbs aa all manner of dla-
ttaeeaaa be baa roan a awe aad epoedy ram.
feraH tbe ille that fleahtabelrta.' Uki practice la
airaaoy extenaira aaa ta aauy inanaerog. 10 ut com
plain la te which Females ara aubleotad. be has no equal.
a large bub bat bete have teeU&ed tbat they owe not
only tneir pneeni coa ..eMiuHbat tuear Urea, te lot
am at uMinaawaoaaiuorjDytiaiaa.:',ii
Pfflc 37 Earft Btafe Strrei, Coldmbm
ai iMua 1 tj ..-, r..,t, :tJ.iut
TtTAKRANTED PABRIO " ! Ot :t
V .Liaaa Skirt Bcaona Plata and line, '.
' -BWrtlng aad Boaom Linwa io-. StOSj
4 U j 1 Linen Bhaettnga and Pillow CexlngSvuis , i
juioan uwsna ana awig woe
f.-.- P -.'-.-i .muvb rvcwuuu, i,, ait aiaca. ,
7. , ,, . . tiooa TowallingsandDiAPora
fil. I','" ' -t'? rklM "o.P,0lta's i -nU-tl a.'
' - - Linen Towels with colored border,. , 'lV":'
Linen BrairOovtTinisand Omh.' w
tfw "aale stlowprlcct. ,
tbW" l4 a. Vtfl' l"i Booth man trett,'
L '-' -- ' " ' "
Extra rftmily'riour;!':;:
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.te-
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twflfat. ,,1,
ta tier far aala by.b
lie rl l
tm..i ai.0 t,-ri'l tTHi'B. EIBTU AUX, v-i
aegSt-Jt 10 loath High fltrtvl."
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
REPRESENTATIVE.
slniTca Oaio BTATsitir-.pisast annoauce tha aunt
of Bumahm I. Btxs se a candidate for re election to tbe
Slate IktarorieMs Ibe aeWaa ef thejpeaviera-
cy of yfanklln county. f
? ri I I " i M ANT BBMOORATB.
'-Sbitoa Out BTAnsHAk Pitas announoe the name
of B. WAJiPkkws as a aandUaU for Representative,
subject to the dcclaton of ths Union temocratic County
OtnftntlohyUia-obllge..xV ' 7f .
M ril'l M l ' i I ' r 1 ) -J 1
' kbprOa 8iiViMPleaaa announce tbi bi
pamt of
J, W. Dosaht, of Westerrillt, as a eaadldaU ror aep
nteBUUrf l tbt le jiala.tura, subjtot to the decision of
the FrApklln County Dtmocnitle Convention. ' . ''
' ''-' ' MANX DIMOOBATi.
f gBMroa.(9flia BrATssaiak-iPlsaeeakneako the aams
of O10, I. CoRVkRsxssaoandldatS for KaprsNnlaUv,
subjeot 10 the deolalon of the Union Democratic Oon-
xenHon, and 'tMlgw,--" - tj.iioORATb'
1 1kiToa Oaie rtATjtAH-Please annoane the aane
of Jon a. Row a as af Madlsoa townihlp, aa a candl-
aate for BeprtteatoUv,4M)e I tht deeislea of ths
TJnlonDemocrattoOonVenllOB of Franklin County, and
oblige, .. A HOSI OF DEMOCRATS
EoiToa BTiTBiTiX-Pleaie announce In your Pptr
that man voters In this city and fa Franklin county,
aesire to nave otto vammiu, m.t .ui wwr jr"
senUUva. Mr, Dreeel Is Just ths man for the place.
aueWW " ' "' BTABT DkMOOSATi,
.-'a .-' " ' 1
7 Jlprrbirbnlo BTAttaaiAa: r-.Pltase announce tbe
name of A. 0. Hubs, of Jackson township, aa a candl
daU for Representative, aabject to tee decision of tbt
fjnlsh Democratic nominating convention, and oblige,
; W. AJI08T OF paHOOBATB
":nlO i.ii.i .11 1. . ! 1 t eiin'i'
SHERIFF.
JHiiTcat .BtAtaaatawPlesae aanaane thai
Capti HntiM Mr Oeaoaki of Blsndca township, as
candidate -for Sheriff, euhjeet toe deolalon nf ths
Franklin County Dtaoorauo oonventlea, aad oblige
SHERIFF. COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
tniToa Ohio Biat1bKa Pleaae announoe the aaaae
rf f oa SkTbaa, f Pleasant tewashlp. sa a, candidate
for re-eleotlcnto tbe office of County. Comfeltilonar,
snbjcot io'tht declaloa of the Union Democratic Otvaty
OojevenUo.,,.,.!..-! MAHT TRkf.OeBAIS
iniTokOuio BfATOiukou'Vllf 'pleaae lannounot
tht SAme or . g.:BAea,.ei uaaiiHoaeowatnip, at
sandidftt for County Qommlnloner, tubjeot te the d
elilon bf the Tjulbn Pamodrstls County Convention,
anlebbg') .T.tirX .'.-T .-. af ABx BIUOCRAIt.'J
'Inrtok Onto 8TATrAit-Pltait announce the name
ef W, f , Klisi, ef Madison, township, as a eandldatt for
County Oommliiloner, subleot to the declaloa of the
Union Democratic County Convention, and oblige.
Ulv.rT:vr.ww. ..WASX. PBM0CRAI8
Jll
COUNTY AUDITOR.
'fl mMwrn --1 - T .. - "r
fcblTOk
BT1TBBU rin
eaat. announce Davis W
BaooxA is a cabdhlAte'
unty Auditor, suhjtol to tht
deci.lon of the Uoian
Stataciatle Ooavention, and
oblige c r cnt
J a. HART Df MOOBATB.
BxToa.X2aio BTA-tskJlAX Pleaae annoaae tha.Baait
Jcnrd 1.xms, bf this city, wbe Is at present
Clerk In theotmfy Treasurer's effiot, u a tuliabls can-
i il.i-?.J--iii.i' .1... f. .l. ...... .
aioAia Qf yoouiy ,Aaaiior, aawt 10 we aeeauea oi wm
rraukiin. Oeuaty Unloa Peaoavatle ConVeatlon. and
oblige MANY DEMOCRATS
l t.-i.l T"-..o-j' r-i a 1 ,Mf.i(
Xorroa Otnt teATkstus-nPleaaa anaoaee the name
iM-aBATiiassi as a -tandjtate for Oaanty Auditor,
lubject to fc deeblo of lbs Unloa Bembcrttla Ooevoa
tbn. and oblige 1 M AKT DIMOCBATB.
P
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ui.,
ie-ti
VdajatToase !
.li.mL t ft t . 1 " -..i; il
.If1 -
Colon-Tea.
10 mmwr
'rj J!. 4. ate &t .v .At
.ut.W anAM:hL T. l.fi
Tan
, juo aaa ArOT iAV ioiiae.
- j" 1wl&A iu:a m lo .', .' "M i z .
Forsaleby
a. .n BisniAUX,
angCt-it. 3 k No. 106 South High Btreet.
I
UOOLIJMBUS I
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tb Bee Artificial '- Help ' to
s ' Ituraan tight ar lmwamtatt
th
Oi.'
.70.
. V v JOSEPH 8. PERLBT.
tifAtSttCifiA 'SCIENTIFIC 'OPTICIAN,
TEEPli THE I1AR6CIT ASSORT
IV mentor Uia- oa amerevsd kiads af BDeetaclea
ah ate uioeeee, waetaarler near er faraigbted. are
around In coneayo convex foraa with, tbe axeateat care
aesto suit tha Byaa of all eaaca, earing Waakneaa,
Dlaslneea or Inflammation of tbe Byea. and Imoarttne
etnngu for long Vaadiager tne aewing 1 I c -
umcet 19 scat rMau -atroos at Beliatr at' Webeter!
augS-d)y nu
i. k 'nv.'j'i ' ".
REPEIXANT OK tVATEH-PBOOP
. CLOAK CL0TIT8. ..Also, other, makes of Iprine
wa vioua, ip ail uaairafii mixturce ninarmra. Tas
and Button, to matclf. ' - . BAIN A I
a,,rill J TJ' No. 89 Booth High
BON, -
tree
SPECALNOTICES
-THtHHinPAH BOXBBl'
Baaw, IFestr Horlb. and Boutk.- la-evenr direction.
JaWs Pyie't1 Dietetic Baleratu is nut superseding all
otkeroo, ItkesssosetreBihr1s pare, wholesome aad
narautts. ewar e as ai urate Units tlonal Depot,
Washlngtoa Btreet, New York. Bold by Grocers
. - .. - ! . . .
ETPECIl 07. XBREQUUiRtTU J AVOIDED
Too much taMag and drinking, new habits And modes
oFlifeotta-prbdirov-lrrerBaulties lath bowtltend
genatal health of th gytttm. " But BsjjiDasra's Pius
seoa etr'tBtokjak win Tagaln tor strength, anl
enealtny acflou' ef tht tyitaa will bf reatorad. Ho
Kaaioim art t4 la.asafalaaas te IbC ji .
' VRAlVDBETXtva PlULa.
DSANDBETH'S PBIIVEHIASj 0AX.YB
AELCUK.W POBtsVa PILASTERS
Evtry man ef the FIBJi.ZOUATBl' bad1 a box of
BRANDRIT.B'8 PILLBA boa of UMITIRSAX BALTJ,
an ALLOOCK'B POROUS P1ABTBR pat ta tbelr
knapsack fret of expense, ,, And U mis fast tna' be at
trlbuted ths alMeke bf any ef IHIB ABSIMBNI from
hoeplul. ', 2" c "' t,w 1 j
BVBBT BOLDliBf shcuLi Wlla kci 'of P,ran4rath'l
A box ef Salve,' and a ptaee f Parous Plaaaat.
at BUBB io be useful, sftsn llft-saylng.
Bold by Joaui B. Cooa, Druggist, Columbus, and by
reapeebb) dealers In sasdlolnes. jM,
augl7-dlm et;Jf iW4,ei!nil: b.:
"1
i 'morr ats lire fiefjb. . .r )
ta all oaaea ot toUvceAa, ospepila, billloas tad ttnr
aiTej)en,Tejea,. rtiaametlaaa drtars aa agtias, obsd
aateheid aches,' and all jreaerai deranteaents of health .
Pills have InvarUnljr' 'proved a eertala aad speedy
rttsddyVlaangl trial will plabt the LU PUIS btyead
nsxanrfootipetltloa ta the pUmaUoa f erary pa
HaifJ ' - - j
St. MoearePsASnas Bltwa wffl fctal eeaally ef 1
BasatoaS ta all aaa af aartwaa dabtmr. Aytpapila, head
eea,afa alekaesa taaidaul t faaaalat ta deUcalt health,
every tttefl M waakneat f tb dlgaaOv organ,
forsale b,Dr. T;. MOFFAT, PS,. Broadway, IT. T.
sndbraUDtteaiaaa. , w !.'-:Bkj-dfcwlF,4
.Tfr Wtt&U'&&&1 from ft
tSjtrwrmBythdBvl 9. Helm, ydater of the
llerrtpouit-flreei Baptist Oharoh, Brtokly Fl.-T.,te
tbenjowraed tad Waateakwr," OUMUaati, 0.,and speaks
veluoiastnJfkVer af that wer,ld-reaawntd aedletae, Has.
WnaaLow'S loo-ruin Bvaor rot Oamtata Tsfrmaat i
'Weaeeaa advertlamanl In year eolaaaa of Mas
Wrwum's looTBim Siaor. ' Bow we aevar aaid a word
(Avar of a patent madloloa balore la aar lira, we
oompelM toaay to yoer radara,lbAt thla la ao Bum
w,in-itri aaa axoW rr'vai as aia it
.iaa.v It taproiuiy-enoiuie moat snreeesral medl-
of vie ir,m,iiH mmvmwmi mam acatr 1A1
,..irr rawlarawn nave pastes cea'l do setter Ibaa
aAtoasoppl'", . " caydw
la
Of
th
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BAIN & SON,
So, S9 South High Street, Columbus,
ABB KOW OFFBRIHO . . ,
(000 yards Travsling Srsss floods alStf, value
. istjoanU. -
1500 yarda Traveling Proas floods at 1!K vaus 0 ota.
torn yards Bngllah Beragca at lS Vtf, yalue (9 eenu.
1000 yards French Organdlaa at li, value 80 oants.
ttjon nrda Fast Oolored Lawne at 10, value 13 cent.
1000 yards Foulard Preaa Bilka at value SO cents.
1400 yards Super Plain Black Bilk at I 00. value 91 VS.
Robeaof Organdie Bcrage, and Bngllah Barege, at one.
lIrr-'- - tin Hon,
jegu Bouth Illgh Blreet.
Elegant Lace Mantillas,
cto SON,
South EQgh8t.,
HAVB Jut opened aa Invotoe of vary Urgs and
handaome . . .. '
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
- LACE MANTILLAS AND P0INTE3.
WnH French Laces ' for Shawls.
.
Very Deep French Flouncing Laoei. v
Real Thread, Frenoh, Cbantllla & Genevese
ir-'-vaEiXB..'.
Valenciennes, Point de Gaze, Brusiels
, . and ThrQad Laces and Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & BETS,
LINEN COLLARS A CUFFS,
In new Shape,
PAPER COLLARS &, CUFFS,
. For traveling.
PRICKS TJNXrST7AXX,Y XDW,
Traveling' Dress Goods.
HOlAJCIIQUBt, POPUNS, BHIPHBRD'B CHECKS
.. BILKS, P0IL SI OHBVRBB,
". .. 1 LAVILLAB, BROCHB TALINOIAB, Ac. Ao.
Th beat an moat fAihlonbla styles In the city,
AT VERY LOW PBICKS.
. . SaIM At BON,
.Je21. . ' '-I.-- SB aatalaigb. Street.
REMOVAL.
WJtilAM H REST tEAUX,
DEALER IN
ir'.r- s-.' r Produce, -3.
.OilXO Provisions, ,
Forei and Domestic Liquors,
. i , 1 h Fruits, etc. etc., : .
HAS BBUOTID DIB BTORB FROM
NO. 34, NORTH II I G H -S T R E Tf"
TO
Nor-106, 5outh High Street,
The old stand recently occupied "by .WM . McDON AID
' He U ta dally recelat of i '
NEW AND FRESH COODS
, - . . Which he will sell -r
Cbeap for Caatt ar Conntry Produce.
JJ Goods delivered to City trade free of charge.
lyl - - '---.-a
VM. II. RESTIEAUX,
r(8UOCIB80R TO McKEB Be RE3tIEATJX)
No. ;106t South . giistreet,
OoXiX7IaX33TTy
. DIALER I
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
PROVISIONS
Foreign and Domestiq , Fruits,
STORAGE & COMMISSION
Jlyl ; 1. . . . . . . . . -
IRIStf7STEMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and 'America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND OALWAY .
The Sollowlna aew and Barnlfleenl flnt4laaaDaddll '
wheel Bteaamehipe eoeipoee tbe above line:
ADRIATIC' S.888 tone burthen, Capt, J. Hacr
(Forawrly of tha Collins tine.)
HIBXRNI A. 4,400 tons burthen. Capt. at. Paowax.
COLUMBIA,' 4,41)0 " , h, LllTCB.
ANOLIA. 4,400 , . ' V'T' ' "T NloBotAOK
PAOiriO, B.600 " ; ' r Sana.
PitlNOB ALBERT, (Screw,) ' j".'
.". - j.. WAIXSB.
One of the above ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Taeaday fortnight, forOalway, ear
ring tne government mails, louebing. at Bt. Johns,
, y. .. . ........
Th- BteemeT of this tine have been eonttracted with
Ihegreataat oara, under the aupervlalonof the eoyern-
meat, bavewaier-tlght eompartmenU, and are unexcel
led torooaaiort, aafety aad speed by any steamers afloat.
Tkap are eomaaaded by able and experienced ofAosra,
aad every exerUoa will be made te promote the comfort
af naaeanm.
Surgee attaobed to sach ship.
HATES OF PASSAGE.
Flrst-claas N . T . or Boston te Oalway ar Liverpool 1 100
teeond'Claaa, u . . r 75
Vlrawlaaa. . .1 - I l.'SaSt John' 32
Thlrd-ciaaa,' " " " - to Oalway or Liverpool.
ar any tear In Ireland, en a Railway, - - - 30
Third-cleee pseeent-ers ara liberally aanolled with nra-
Visions of the beat quality, cooked ad served by tbe ser
Vaatt of tbe Company. ...
. . , RETURN TICKETS.
Parlies alanine te send for their friends front the old
Co on try aaa obtain tickets frost any town en a railway, la
Ireland, ar treat Iba principal etUooefBoglandand Boee
land,al vary lew rataa. ' - ' .
Paaaangare for Haw Tork, arriving by the Boaton
leamare, wllllN forwarded N i Mew York free of charge.
Bar aassac or further Information, arnhr to
.. .... . Wa. HvWICRHAtt.
Ateaa afllA A th. AM.MnV A. -i,. r IaaI
Oaaal atraar, k.rk,- - " "
HUWLAHO A ABPINWaLL, AgenU.
,000 yarda Bapar PUIa Bleak Silks at 1 00 vale
1 BB aet yard. 1 o '";
8,500 ya.'da Xravellnf Press aad Van tie floods at
IB 1-t seats value BO etnte per yard.
3,000 yards Whit Brilliants at. it 19 cents -
-vala tOeeattperyard. '
,000 yards fine and Pomattielnghams greatly an
darvaHHW '
LARGE AND DESIRABLE, LOTS OF
KozAiniivTEyiAUomzu -
! ntUU imOEI.UTELLAS,
, . ' iawis, OAtojrj.pima,
ANfl Bi t 'ATura
r Wr.. r-mmm W lll.
3S"aw (md 7aahlcmable) jyretm Good
as most deelrabto styltt and al,reri lowers prices.
2Vijrx3NrTiXjXix.ax
ell saalevtals, saad la theaMststylkh maaaer after
latest Pari Yuhlokw-UM taoet elaaul stylas lo ,
taeetty. .j--- A -r1
BAIIf dc BOPf,
ay 10 r rT- 5e. SB Boalh High street.
Oahtba' tlattAZ
J'dt BM, -4, tTliI t. and Jai AAA
VI hit CoecA44of eoynWrqiialuy For sal by
, AAiM BOM,
hflt ikie. an Heath High
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