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HAJI1PESST MILIAR, mblbltMW.
UKO. VI. IttAWYt-tiWWIt. MIWI.
TUESDAY MORNING, OCT 8. 1661.
Democratic Union Nominations.
' - for governor, --
Hugh J. Jewett, ; .
" tit f asklaRaatt. ,
IIECTBSANT OOTBRNOR, '
John1 O. Marshall
1 OF. BrNa ,
THOMAS J. 8. SMITH,
TREASURER 0' STATS,
CEOHUE W. HOLMESi
' Of Hamilton- .,
. 8ECBET ABT Of 8TATB, ' -WILLIAM
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' ' , - ' COMPTROLLER,
: NWAYNE GMISWOLDt
.- ' Of Pieiflieajf.
BOARD Of PUBLIO WORKS,
jabez w. riTCt
tOB COMMON FLIA8 JUDGE,
(tlAKaU, nCIaWAV maiso)
HEN It Y N. HlBOMi Sen.,1
(raallaUII A riCiWiY)l
Al'GVS I ITS L. PEMKIIL,
UNION DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
GEORGE L. CONVERSED
(SEORGE W. HUFFMAN.
iJOHN G. TI10MPS0N.
- ' HCOtDIS,
No Proclamation from the Captain
No Proclamation from the Captain-General of Cuba.
Tbe followiDg eitract of a letter, dated at
Havana, September 24, explodes one of the
Charleston Mercury's stories:
"We noticed from one of tbe last newspaper
that tha Charleston Mercurv
ha published an act alleged. to come from oar
uovernmeot, io me iuec u uo uvuu
flag will be admitted into our parte and be duly
"This ia false. No inch act or decree, or
anything like It, baa appeared. 1 he L-aptaio-General
could only do it on receiving instruc
tiooe to that effect from tbe Home Government.
Tbe few vessels tailing under the Confederate
fl.- mw,A hih arrivM! her am montha aeo.
had to hoist tbe Start and Stripes before enter
ing our naiDor. .
A Rebuke to the Radical Republicans.
The Wheeling (Va.) Pittt, an Administration
print, that rebuke the Republioani oi the Fre
mont atamn. Itiail:
We have lately, on more than one decision,
aturreated that there teemed to be a growing
disposition on tbe part of a certain tectlonal
claea in the North to inexporate in the ele-
meLti of this war a war upon tbe institution of
alavery. la ier of this we bare repeatedly
warned such uieeuided and miscalled Union
men that, whenever they unqualifiedly attempt.
. ed such an unwise, uajust and unpatriotic
course, they but sounded tbe knell of the Un
ion. And we wow r pet the same."
H? While we deem it the duty of our oiti-
J . ,L. t-J t
Zens to pay ine taxes imposed Djiuercuerai
Uovanment with tbe ntmoet alacrity and cheer
fulness, we are certain that it li tbe duty of
Western Representative! and Senator! in Con
greaa to bring lorwa-d measures at tbe next
session lor equalising tbe operation of the tax
bill, io that all the wealth ol tbe country shall
be made to oelray tbe expensea of the govern
ment. We do this, became it la fair that every
section, State and citizen shall contribute a pro
portiooate share lo the proaeoutioo of the war.
It is a common crause, and should be supported
by all property-bolder! In aecordance with their
meana. We do not retard tbe tax bill, as now
framed, as just to tbe West, and nave no doubt
that other sections will evident t change It,
ao at to remedy tbe evil. Chicago Timet.
(LT The Hon John J Crittenden reached this
eity latt eveoiug for the purpose of having an
Interview with General Anderson. He Intends
to it at next week for tbe mountains, and en
deavor to arouse tha hardy aooa of tbe hilleto
tike aervice for the Government and repel tbe
Invadera from our State. Tbe appearance of
the venerable statesman In that quarter will oe
caaion the greatest enthuaiatm, and prodnoa tbe
most encouraging effect!. LouUtUlo Journal,
Tbe Slave for the Confederacy.
Mr. Robert Morgan, of this city, just return
ed from Memphis, among other thing! of inter
est from the Southern region, reports that tbe
slaves are deeply interested in the straggle now
going on between the two eeotioni, bat that
their sympathies are wholly with the South.
More conndenoe Is placed in men tnan ever De
fore, and no fean of insurrection are entertain
ed. This la a different story from that told by
several who have come among us, and who ap
pear to speak with great sincerity npon the lub
ject, and yet there is no reason to doubt the
veracity ot Mr. Morgan, nor to disbelieve hit
The t.uth is, the poor down-trodden slave of
the South doea not pity bimaelf half as much as
his dear friend! here in the North pity him;
and that npon tbe standard of bl own feelings
the greater share of tbe ilghs and tears that
are expended over mi loriorn ana desolate con
dition are so much lympathetlo wind and water
The colored DODuletlon of this city are, by no
meant, nnanlmoua npon the question at issue,
anil sympathising with their old master! or
father! at the South, and entertaining feeling!
anything but complimentary toward the "white
trash" that, in their view of tbe case, make op
our soldiery. Cm. Pun, 6A.
Nictoit trior .In New York they have got
a new excitement a Juggler that faroat-Juggles
any of hi! predecessor!. Among Hermann'!
tricks is tbe following:
A hat furnished from the audience to found
to contain a hundred or more tin cups, bunches
of flowers, almost endless amounts of feathers,
sands, lane in bandfull almost anything he
choose to find, in fact. Then tbe hat la ael on
fire, a piece burned from tbe erown, and in thla
condition It la offered to tiie lender. He refuses
to receive any inch tib( It wai bit he acknowl
edge! j be knowi the mark! on it, but be wants
it fixed. Tbe hat ia torn by Mr. Hermann into
fifty abreda, rolled In a paper, and placed in the
banda of one of tbe audience, who bolda it above
his head, while Hermann fires a pistol at it
The bat is seen Boating about in ins dome, men
overhead, tbe content! of the bundle changes
Into a crying baby, and tbe hat falls sound and
D The repcrted battle between Gen!. Star
(lis aod Harris, and victory of tbe former, was
drawu from tbe imagination or some excitable
De-son. Gen. Sturgie wai at last account at
Kansas City, where he wae joined by Gen.
Line, who had returned from bia successful
laid epos Osceola.
The Day of Decision.
To-dav a rreat battle at the ballot-box U to
be fought In Ohio. If! result will have a
pdwetful Influence npon, and may be decisive m
the late of the Union. It bsnoovei every tout
to aee ti it that his ballot la cast thla day for
tha Government, the Constitution and lb! Un-
ion, and agalmt dlsunionlsti of every strip,
whether marshaled under the red nag oi
lion or the black flag of Abolition, t . '
Tk... ... in an, m dat men woo are Diaiuu.
for the Union and , for a Union party, and are
secretly pledged and dtterminedly laboring to
.mt one nurnosc ;he dlssolutl -o of the Union
h. . .Miaraiion of the elate State! from the
free. They pretend tj be lor the Union now;
because it li popularj but It ii well understood
bv them In their icoret eonolaves that me un
inn th. aek is a Union of free Stxtea alone.
They are allies of, and oo worker! with the
We warn Democrats and all loyal UnLn men
ti beware of No party men who are working
man bvdesicn and some nerhape unwittingly
to forward the'Abolition conspiracy against tbe
Jnloa as It came from our fathers, need tnem
not when thev come to you with honeyed words,
saying jou Bust forget party for the sake of the
country, while thev themselves are organizing
a new party worse than the one tbey io lately
put to death. Remember that their new, like
their old oartv. ii made no in great part of a
fierce, restless and determined Abolition ele
ment, which makes it in reality a Disunion
party; while the Democrats organization is
Union and only Union, and in sustaining the
principle! and the candidates of the union-ue
mocracr. you are for tbe country first and fore
most, with tbe same Government, the same
Constitution and tbe same Union it bsi ever
bad, and which by your votes and your help it
ever shall hare. It ii because you love your
country, and not merely party, that you vote to
uphold tbe only conservative union party in tne
Let everv one. then, who really lovea bia
country more than party, do bia duty to-day, and
vote the true Union Democratic ticket through
out, and thoi acquit himself of giving aid and
comfort to secessionists, oootn, or nounuuu
The Confederate Law of Sequestration.
There are probably few persons at tha North
who are aware of the sweeping effect of tbe
Confiscation Act piseed by the Confederate
Congress at Richmond-
The bill became a law on tbe 20ih of Auguat
last, and ii entitled "An act for the stqnestra
tlon of the estates, property and effect! of alien
enemies, and for the indemnity of citizens of
the Confederate 8tater, , and persons aiding
the same in tbe exietiog war with tbe United
States.'' Tbe following is sn abstract of tbe
essential features of tbe act :
Tbe provisions of tbe bill are atringent. All
sorts of interests belonging to what are termed
"alien enemies" fall beneath this sweeping
edict, excepting only tbe stocks or other secun
ties of tbe Confederate States, or any State of
that Cenlederacy, or any debt or obligation due
by the Confederate or any State government to
any such person! Tbe act also exempli the
Property of resident! of Delaware, Maryland,
eotucay, Missouri, tbe Distiiot of Columbia,
the Territories ot New Mexico, Arizonia, and
the Indian Territory south of Kansas, "except
aoch of aaid citizens or residents as shall com
mit actual bostilitiei against the Conlederate
States, or aid and abet the United States in the
existing war against the Confederate States."
it li made tbe duty oi an ciuzena oi tne con
federate States ti slve information, and Judges
are to charge grand juries to inquire about all
property belonging to "alien enemies," or held
byauch "enemies" on the 21 it May last the
act being thai far retroactive.
The law declare! that the propeity thai con
fiscated "shall be held for the full Indemnity
of any true and lojal citizen or resident of tbe
Confederate States, or other person aiding said
Confederato States in tbe prosecution of tfie
present war," "and for which be may sutler any
loss or Injury under tbe actoi tne united stales
to which this act is retaliatory, or under any
other act of tbe United States, or of any State
thereof, authorizing tbe seizure or conhaoation
of the nronertv of citizen! or residents of the
Confederate Mutes, or other persona aiding laid
Confederate States," etc.
Reoeivera are to be appointed In each judicial
distriot for disposing of all property thus confis
cated. A court of three commissioners, to be ap
pointed by the President and Congress, ii au
Inoriied to hold two terms each year for bear
ing and deoiding on olalmi of perioni or cor
poratloni who may claim part of the prooeed
of thia confiscation as Indemnity for loasei sus
tained by them through tbe aotion of tbe Gov
ernment of the United States, or of any State
thereof. Appeal! from judgments of courts
under this law may be made in tbe lame man
ner, and within the lame time, ai ii prescribed
lor appeal! in other cases.
D" It ii no doubt very annoying to fanatics
of tbe Giddino) ichool that there la, and ii
likely to be for aome time to come, an organiz
ed political party in Ohio, and other Northern
States, determined to stand by the old Union
aa the fatheri made it, to the last extremity.
If that party could, by aome devise, be got out
of the way, the North might be united in a war
for tbe extermination of slavery and slavehold
er!, agalnat the Booth united for lelf preserva
tion. Whether the South be made ai desolate
ai the Desert of Sahara, or separated from the
North, ii with yonr crazy Abolitionist a matter
of moonshine, provided slavery is extinguished
and lummtry vengeance wreaked on tbe slave
ETTne Cleveland Leader isyi tbaf the Co-
laatrai Fact hat charged again and again that
not only wai there an organization of the Knighti
of the Golden Circle in thli city, but that a part
of the candidate! npon tbe 7th of August State
ticket were prominent among its memben, end
that the charge hai not been denied by tbe can
didates referred to or by the Stateman. Of
course not. It would be, ai tbe Leader knows
or ought to know, a profitleai and foolish busl
nssi to watte Ink and paper in denying charger,
iowever absurd and oft-repeated, founded npon
inch well-known reli-abl authority.
Warden on Secession.
In tha Journal of January 24, 1861, is found
the position of Judge Warden on secession.
When Judge Ear offered a resolution in tb
Demoeratio State Convention that secession is
not contained ia tbe Federal Constitution, and
that tbe authority of tbe Government should be
used to matotiin tbe Union, what did Wardcw
dot Sustain it? No. The Journal njit
Judge Warden mounted tbe rostrum, end
among other things, declared every mate a
sovereign nationality, tie evidently meant
this, that any Slate may leoede at will.
If thii was not the real meaning of Jodge
Warder, why did be not eall tbe Journal to ac
count, or at leaat correct the misrepresenta
D" The Memphle AcalancU of the 30.b,
lays: "It wai whispered about tbe eoeotiy
tome time sg, that an EnglUh vessel had ar
rived at one of our ports with 60,000 Enfield
amket, and the' name of tbe vessel and ber
port of entry are kept a profound secret, nor is
it our intention to divulge it now, although we
know tbe vessel hae arrived. Thirty cases of
then guns arrived la thia city yesterday; they
have not been nnpaxked since they left England."
The Emancipation Scheme.
The New' York Tribuni Ii one of the papers
at the North that professes to Ignore party it
their zeal for the Union." In a late issue, the
Tfibtmt anmi up the argument! In favor oi
freeing the slaves as follows ij
Our own view of the matter may beeaoaiaeV
ly set fortu as follow: ,
1 1. Slavery Is the pilmitry and aaloxaiiBg ctase
of thia atrocious reotliion, whlsh has not e sin
gle partisan who la not also a devotee of slave
ry, while very lew thorousn nevoteea oi ni
are not alio partisans ol the robellion- But for
slavery tbeie wohld not now be a seceded Slate,
nor a regiment in aims against ine union.
U. Th hits onnonenta of the rebellion In
the States which claim to have seceded from the
Union are practically silenced temporarily
dumb. Thousands of them have been dialled
or dragooned Into the rbel armies; tena of
thousands have been made to contribute large
ly of tbeir aubatanie to tuitaln those armies.
Tbe union bas scarcely one open auvocai wuu
In the territory dominated over by the rebels.
III. Now it will' be found exceedingly dlffi
cult we do not say impossible, but very diffioult
to conquer ten millions ot people woo, to an
practical intents, are unanimous in upholding
tbe rebel cause. But, let a decree of emancipa
tion go forth from the National Capitol.'and
lour ol these ten minions are at once iransiorm
ed Into ardent and active allies of the indivisi
ble republic. They will all bear of such decree
within a fortnight alter its issue, ana win snow
bow they are affected by it; and from that mo
ment the monstrous rebel liei that the Unionists
mean to kill them, sell them to Cuba, colonize
tbem as slaves in Central Amerioa, etc, will be
as the idle wind. Tbey will be coustintly
nlannine eecanes to points occurred by the Un
ion forces; the dominant race will be compelled
to distrust and watch them, and will be para
Ijzed by fears of servile insurrections. In
short, from tbe hear in which tbe decree of
emancination shall eo forth, the four millions
of slaves will bave ceased to be an element of
strength to the rebellion, and will have become
an element of positive ana alarming weaauew.
These propositions the Journal of Commerce
comments upon and aniweri ai follow:
This reduces the entire subject to one quel
tlon. The Tribune proposes to use tbe slaves
aa "ardent and active allies of tbe Iudivisible
Reouollo " Tbe long aud the short of tbe pro
position li a slave resurrection In the South to
put down the rebellion. Tbli ia frank, but it Ii
horrible. When the Eoetieb used Indian! as
allies in the war with their revolting colonies,
the verdict of tbe world pronounced It infamous.
When it was reported a ehort time since that
tbe Southern armies bad Indiana, with scalping
knives and tomahawks, in tbeir ranks, tbe voice
of the nation stlematized it aa barbaroui be
vood credibility, and so it proved. From tbe
remotest ages, a servile insurrection has been
regarded ai tbe sum ot all horrors. Yet here
we bave it proposed, by a Christian journal, in
a civilized city, in the moat enlightened nation
in the world, and not onlv proposed, but the
nronosition is made only because it will be dif
ficult, not impomble, to conquer the rebellion
otherwise, and to this is added me remark, u
"two or three more defeats are necessary to ed
ucate the loyal mind of tbe country, to tbe de
cisive point, tee may regret the teeessty, but shall
defer to It." It li not pretended that there is
any other object than to at cure tbe slaves as
'orient and actiie alibi " Ardent, means
burning, furious, fierce, relentless unrestrained.
Active, means working, sleepless, seeking op
portunities, and nsiug tbem Allies means, ou
our side of tbe war, aBd therefore enemies to
the rebellion. The' proposition therefore ii not
to divert slave property, not to frighten tbe
rebels by the t treat of destroj ing their fortunes,
and confiscating or taking away a bat they own,
as the penalty of rebellion. All thia the act of
Conereaa and tbe old nunisbmeuti of treason
already provided for. But the proposal ia to
put a knife Into tbe banda or tbo servant, and
sav "fieht your war to freedom."
The Tribune's reasons may be ansasred as
they are numbered thus:
1. Anti-slavery li tbe primary cause ot tne
rebellion. But lor anti-slavery there would not
now be a acceded State, nor a regiment in arms
against the Uuion. When tbe Tribune makes
it plain that slavery, an existing, passive sub
ject, is any more active than auti-slavery, an
aggressive, revolutionary principle, then it
might do to tell men that slavery was more the
cause of the rebellion than anil slavery. It is
idle to reason in this manner. Tbe truth lies
between the two. The responsibility of the
war rest on extreme men and extreme princi
ples on both tides. Who hai the greater share
we will not now discuss.
2. True, the Uuion men of tbe South are
dumb, but proclaim abolition as your war-cry
and tnelr sealed Hps win open in snouts ot de
fiance; you will thereby make every Union man
In tbe ooutn an enemy.
3. Instead of your proclamation weakening
the Southern forces, it would ad J tenfold to
tbeir strength. Tbe very lact of our adopting
slave insurrections as a part of our war material
would forever unite the slave States in a war of
self-preservation, whose end we might none ol
us live to ice.
Where Soldiers Can Vote.
We find the following in the Cincinnati Com-
mereial of yesterday.
CAMP DENNISON, O., Oct. 5, 1861.
Eos. Con.: Many of the soldiers here would
like to exercise the right of suffrsge at tbe
coming eleetioo. Please inform u whither we
can do so without going to our respective bomes,
and If so, howl buiAU&tt.
Ia reply to tbe above inquiry, we quote tbe
ollowiog clauses from the second section of an
"Act to amend the act emitted 'an act to pre
serve tbe purity of elections,' " passed March
12ib, 1853. Iu determining the residence of
the person offering to vote, the judge! of elec
tion are to be governed by tbe following (among
1. The place shall be considered and held fo
be the residence of a person in which his habl
tation is fixed, without any present Intention of
lemoving therefrom, and tj wnich, whenever
he ii absent, be bas tbe Intention ol return
ing. x. A person shall not oe considered or bcld to
bave sained a residence in any county of this
State, into which be shall come for temporary
purpose! merely, wltnout me intention or mak
ing inch county his home, but with tbe inten
tion of leaving tbe same when he shall bave
gotten through with tbe business that brooght
him into It.
Section four of tbe fame act reads as fol
lows: Any person who shall willfully vote in any
township or ward in which be does not actually
reside, which township or ward shall be in the
county of which be Ii a resident, shall, on con
viction tnereor, be Imprisoned in tbe county
jail by the proper court not more than six
months nor less than one month.
8eetion thirteenth, of tbe same act, directs
that if the person offering to vole is challenged
ai unqualified on the ground tbat he ii not a
resident of the county, township or ward, where
be offera to vote, tbe Judges, or one of tbem,
shall put the following questions :
1. When did yon last come into this county?
2. Wnen yon came into this county, did yon
come for a temporary purpote merely, or for the
purpose of making it your home?
3. Did yon come into this ojuuty for the pur
poee of voting in this county ?
4. Are you now an actual resident ot Ihii
township or ward?
"Soldier" is as competent as ourselves to do
ctde whether, under these legal restrictions, tbe
soldiers at Camp Deomson oan vote there, or in
any ward or township of Hamilton county, at
tbe pending election..
We find nothing further pertinent to the mat
ter in inquiry, and believe there Is no law in
tbe statute books maklug provision for creep
UZRMANS IN THR A SHY. 1 be following II
given aa a very nearly correct statement of tbe
number of Germans In our Federal army from
tbe different sections of the country :' New Eog
land, 200; New York, 12.000; New Jersey,
2000: Pennlilvanla, lO.UllO; Ulilo, &U0U; Indi
ana. 40U0: Illinois, 6000; Misnouii, 13.000;
... . r i .m uri . .. : mfin. .1 : -1 1
ifHKi- I..W.. 1000: Km..S0O: California end
Minnesota, iwu; ?r ibwubiu. wuu; miumgttu,
0irnn. 2000: Western Virginia. 1000; Mjry
'A . a j i j La a a
1 nland District of Colombi, 5110; Kin tuck),
501); Dslaware, 100 total, 59,400.
rive Statea, via : Ohio, Ptnnjj!vn!a, Indi
ana, Iowa and Minnesota, hold their annual eleo-
tkma to-dey, Toeediy, October 8
State Elections. [From the Spirit of the Times.]
Pugilism—Fight Between Tom Sayers
Pugilism—Fight Between Tom Sayers and John Mace, the Ex-Champion
and Champion of England
Sayers the Victor.
We learned" from a gentleman who arrived
by the steamship City of New York, that tbe
celebrated ex champion and the almost equally
renowned champion have had a " turn up " in
the bar ot a hotel in Slime street, Liverpool,
very reeentlji. Our Informant itets that Jem
Mace, who jajorwas at the time, nnder an en-'
gagement with Pablo Fanque's circus troupe,
saet fiayen, who it also engaged wlttranother
traveling clroai (Howe & Cusbidg'a), in Liv
erpool. It is well known that for a long time
past a latent spirit of hostility and jealous rival
ry has exiated between tbe twopeglliatie lumin
aries, and that this felling bai been Increased,
if aot actually engendered, by the openly-expressed
contemptuous estimation of tbe ex
champion for-Maca'a puglllstio abilities and
icienoe. The challenge wbioh Mace threw out
to the gallant Ton, alter the? lattir'e publicly
announced retirement from tbe prize-ring,
coupled with the well known lact that the
handsome annuity (accruing from the munifi
cent fuid of lubsoriptloni which had been the
reward of bli gallantry ia tbe contest with
Heenan) which he now enjoys, would be
forfeited If be egain entered tbe ripg, baa
added fool to tbe previously existing tire of
animosity between them. Tbeir meeting acci
dentally in a bar-room, one evening, in Liver
pool, where both of the respective ciroua troops
were exhibiting, and the mutual recriminations
which ensued, naturally led from a "war of
words" to one of blows. Bath men' "peeled"
oa tbe spot, and the spectators present enjoyed
the Intensely exciting spectacle of champion and
ex-champion of England "milling" ea'oh other
with that vigor and severity tbat only deep
rooted personal animosity can produce. We
are told, and can readily believe, that the fight
was an unusually interesting one' Mace, in
consequence of his regular and temperate hab
its, was in far tbe best condition; Sayera being,
as is well known, considerable of a ban vivant,
with a strong paittality for indulging in convivi
ality, company and late hours. His Indomita
ble, bull-oog courage tremendously powerful
hitting and thorough practical knowledge of
fighting, at latt enabled him lo gain a decisive
victory over tbe champion. After half an
hour's hard and very fast fighting, a terrifio hit
from tbe "auctioneer" on tbe throat, knocked
Mace all abroad, and unable to come again to
tbe acratch. As soon as it was over, Tom was
among tbe first In endeavoring to bring his gal
Uol opponent round, ail - his animosity having
evaporated on tbe defeat of his antagonist.
Sayera himself did not escape unscathed, as
Mace repsatedly visited his "deal" with bii
dangerooi left, making his "matk" very legi
bjy, while Tom showed tbat his right band had
not forgot its cunning, by the execution done on
The London Sporting Life, in its remarki up
on Heenan'i challenge, and which appeared in
last week's Spirit, comment upon the opinion
expressed by tbe American champion, that be
did not think Mace was "tbe best man in Eng
land," and cannot see on what ground! be bai
formed such a judgment. If the above circum
stance ii correot, and, from the eource wo bave
received it, we have noreaBoh to doubt or dis
credit it, we are of opinion tbat Heenan was
perfectly correct in bis estimate of Mace; for
we know that when, In his challenge ol Au
gust 15, published in the Spirit, be plainly stat
ed that "be did net tbink Maee England'i best
man," he alluded to .lorn Bayers aa being, in
bia opinion, the better pugilist and more skill
ful fighter. On tbia point, we are aware tbat a
treat diversity of opinion exist!, and by many
people even the result recorded above will not
be considered ai decisive of the -question. At
all evente, considering tbe heavy and ruinous
pecuniary lose tbat bajen would sueiiia by
bis entering tne ring again, we do not antici
pate anv further decision of tbe relative pugil
istic meilts of tbe two champions in tbe roped
from the Delaware
DELAWARE NATION, STATE OF KANSAS
September 24th, 1861.
Anderson Sarcoxiv, Head Chief of the Dela
wares ia tbe State of Kansas, and Necon-he-
auin. Second Chief, and John Conner, Third
Uhiet, eend to tbeir urana cnuoren, oi other
Nations, their friendship; and ask of them not
to quarrel and shed blood about the oondition
of the country: Let none of the Tribes war
against the Union, and the Great Father who
ia at the bead of tbe Government, but lt all
them stand by the Union. If there should be
anv division in any Nation, and any part of
Tribe attempt to assail, and make war against
the others, because they are for tbe preservation
of tbe Union, then we, tbe Chitls of tbe Uela
wares, promise aud obligate ourselves to lend
tbe wholi rowia of the Nation, to aid and
protect such Tribes, as may be invaded. We
lay to our Creek Friends, aud to all other Na
tiens, that we will stano and Die by tbe Griat
t athir, wbo I! now nalng all bia lawful power
to preserve the Union; aud we will permit no
other nation (o war against tne union witn im
Head Chief of the Delaware Nation.
NE-CON-HE-QUIN, Second Chief.
JOHN CONNER, Third Chie''.
Black H Bivair, Interpreter. .
J. W. Armitioro, Interpreter.
Saul A. Yotmo.
Evan Jonis, Missionary to tbe Cberokeei.
To Gioroc McIntdsh, Head Chief of tbe
With tbe request that thla be communicated
to all the Nationa with which be can communi
cate, and particularly tbe following Nationa, to
wit: tne aeminoiei, inickaeaws, Ubayeones,
Paw Paws, Wakoes, Cherokee, Witchetaua,
Kechies, Ojages, Navogoes, Taua-ka-ros,
Ewles, Caddoes, Tonga ludiaus, Anadacoes.
Choctawi, Camancbes, Sbawnees, Senecaa,
Munseee, Ottawas, Pottawatamiei, Wyandotte,
Cbippewai, Sac and Fox, Kickapooi, Kiawas,
Miaaiij and Peoras,
Did Count Cavour Commit Suicide.
It is now laid that Count Cavour made way
with himself. That among tha late Count's
papers was found the evidence that a bargain
waa sealed and delivered, by woich Sardinia
was part of the prloe agreed to be paid by Italy
to France for tbe aid of the latter against Aus
tria. Mr. Roebuck, in the English Parliament.
said tbat auch a bargain existed between Victor
Emanuel and napoleon ill.
It caused Rioaloal to aearoh minutely for ev
ery tittle of evidence on tbe lubject, and thus
wai the meana of bringing to light tbe proofs.
The suspicion baa now gene abroad that , this
secret, ao discreditable to himself, aad eo dis
honorable to Italy, weighed like a fiery moun
tain on the conscience of Cavour, and Imnelled
him tj commit tuioide. Poison waa tbe cure of
forfeited honor and perjured lipt those lips
wbioh had solemnly protested before Heaven
end the country tbat net an Inch of Italian toll
should ever be yielded np! It ii painful to tear
one'a cherished idoli from their place; and to
behold merely frail men where we thought we
were gtunp on gods. We bad always looked
upon Cavour as tbe model statesman, and Vic
tor bmauael as tbe model king, among Euro
pean rulers; but now we find thsra reduced to
the level of those wbo, to achieve good, will not
hesitate to do evil; wbo, having deluded a na
tion ioto the belief that they were Its best
friendi, msde a bargain for power and sacri
ficed tbe intereate of those who trusted in
07 There are indications tbat the rebels are
concentrating in great force for an attack npon
Paduoah. Tbey hope to be able to eatoh our
troore there as Price caught Mulligan at Ltx-
ingtio, Missouri, out tne cbances are tbat tbey
will be bitterly disappointed. We have near
ten thousand men at Paducah, well provided
with artillery, and the place In e pinch could be
strongly reinforced from Cairo, Bird's Point and
Goo. Sherman'! command, while tbe river could
"riainiy be aept open dv our gon-ooate, and
I'fi tfl m ll n 1 ilavl llfl Bft ft 1 fl LAI flaWl Wit Ik
bank by ihe floating bridge. Ci. Cum,
OiiTtjARV. Father McCloskey, paator of St.
John's (R. C ) church, Albany, died on Bator
day. Tbe JtrraJ says: "HI deith bai carried
mourning into thouiandeof households; for few
men bave ever more beautifully 'magnified their
office.' in all the dutiee of counselor, banafaa.
t-m anil nrlaat. than Patho MTUVm W
IOTt -STORE, v
II DA. ID LEY & EBEItLY
HAVE HEJWOVED TO THEIR NEW
BTOR1, i. .
Noi. 250 jud252 South High Street,
and hav associated with themselves WM. EI0BAID8,
utJer tne firm ,. - T I
lleyEberijr & Rlchardi '
Vowing oa of th largast Dry flood Houses la b
Ibis HaM Is constantly rtevinn hsw uooaa,
suohas . ' i- ' 1 ,
NE W STYLES OF: DRES3 GOOD3, t '
IRISH SILK AND WdOL'POrLINsr '
PLAIN AND FIGURED REPP GOODS,
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS. !
IhsNswettandNsateatttflMo; h -
Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
la tbe Oily, can b found at .
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS. ;
Balmoral Bkirta, '
. . i
In treat variety, JoitrelTa by
HEADLEY, EBERLY t RICHARDS.
" ALIO, .''-. . !
ZEPHYR WORSTEDS, .
GLOVES & HOSIERY, j
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS,
Of th Ktwut Styles, Just rtosived, ana also mad to
order, by ,
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS.
SILK tVILTM VKSfWaS,
rHIITIKOS, ; I
HEBKIMAO PHINT8, HOOP IEIBTB
COTTON CHAIN AND CARPET WARPS.
Thi. firm. hiTln adODted lb Cash system In tt pur-
iIuhuiI ul of Ooods. ar enabled to tell from 15 to 80
pcroenl. leas tban otber noises nnuer u erwii tyetem
HEADLEY, EBEBIT & BICHABDS,
250 and 252 South High Street,
"Get the Best."
NEW PICTORIAL EDITION. 1;
tCTPIctorlal Illustrations of Military Termi
VtTEBBTia'B DICTIONARY EXCELS IN TH18K,
V V and has, among others, pictorial representation of
Barbacan, Bastion, Battlement, Bar-lhot, Block-horn,
Bombs, Cannon, Carrooade, Chain shot, Qheraux-aa-
frlee. Caltrop, Limbers, Hadrler, Marteilo Towet, nor
Ur. Portcullis. Karelin. Kedan. Star Iort.c. i
No other English Dictionary pabliihed in tbia country
bas a rourm part oi mete. , I
so also it j
Definitions of Militaty Terms.
Aa. the forenlne. and Abatis. Ambnlane. Ambdecade,
Armletlee, Banquatt, Blvouae. Brevet, CaiMon, Caliber,
Caniiter-shot. Cantonment. Caoonitrai Casemate. Car
tel, Chain-shot, Ohamade, Oommiisarv, Commiisariat,
Ooonterscarp, unci a Danaiion, vni a ew, vainim
gnn, Mini Blue, see c.
lo 1 ' ' "
Webster's Scbool Dictionaries.
Sold by all Booksellers.
IlET)(jnAIlTlRt 0. MitrrtA ARB T. MlUTIt,
Colombo.,, Oct. 3, H61. , )
TJIHOITI AND AFTER THIS DATE, NO
PA98BB will be lained by th But of Ohio Id sol
dlers on furlough, to be refunded or kept out of their
All Ittlofor tramportattoH will hereafter be settled
and paid by the Assistant Quartermaster TJ. 8. A., at
No. 30, State noose, Colombo,, Ohio.
OBO. B. WRIGHT,
Assistant Quartermaster General
119 SOUTH HIGH STREET
S. S. EAMES,
LATE or CmCINKATI,
Is dow receiving a large and desirable etock of
Fall and Winter. Dress Goods!
which b will sell at prices tb.it will nabl him to) re
tain tb reputation th Stand already tcjoys of being U
of th City. Muck of th Stock was bought for Cssh
before tb lata txtraordinary adranc. and ait can be
sold at ..'-
LE99 THAN CURRENT PRICE9.
. HOOP SKIRTS!
For Indies, IiXisaea and Children.
of lbs very best quality and mak. I eorllally Invit
the old customers of Uishous. and rrybody lte, lo
call and examln my stock, before purchailng lsswbjsr.
0. is. HHcixiaos.
no booth man btrsit, columbus, omo.
oclt-dtf , , .
William -CL. O-llX
Arid Seed Store, ,
. PIALU III
HAILb.QLABB, BASH, PUTTY, OOBDAOl,
Guns, finals, waaddk VilUw wave,
hthtr and Kabbtv BslUag, Ia ImUmv, How and
NEW O OAL YARD.
TnE CrlDKHSItaNED KERPS CflN.
BIANTLY on hand and for sal, tb best qualltw of
HOOKING GRATE COAL.
which be will tell at lbs lowest marks! prtoes.
uau ana x.mia my ww, uvior purenssing ei
wbera. Offlr at tb (tore of f rid ford. Butdim Ai fin., haj
of Canal. I
D. F. SDYDAM.
, , ' at i j, ,e e t, t .i l .
O- Jm "WZtvCXrlM HULL
HAS JTJ8T RECEIVED, AND WII,
be la daily ncelpt, by Mxptai of (
,:mSE C1H ft EEGf 0TSTEE5, j
frm Bslthnorw snd fair Havra. J
Call at Wagaer's Oystsraad Intlt Sepot, Ma. 9i Matt
0taMtrt, ,. , i
t. W. Carpenter Br. . v ,
J. O. KnappJt Oo. )
YinTUE or'A'iriii or Tt. r.
I In th mhnva mm. And Iba iwn other writs on in
fart t Joha t. Bonn vs. i. U. Kaapp 0k, .and ona
id iTr or vriiiLaai V. man v. . u. unapp vy
aa 4iiote4nsa th Oonrtof Oammoa Plea f Delaware
eounij, Ohio, I will effer for sal at the ator room No.
IV lut Dread strMt, AucAaf aiaaka- ie My ! -wo-lnmbaa,
sal commeocng on, , . ..
.Monday, the 14lh lay of Oot.A. D. 1W,
at 9 o'alook a. m. a fin assortment of dry I00' tni
aonons, two stoves, oa step naoor, w sou rairnaoa s
scales, one desk, on sight day clock, o lie. - - ' -
rrinter's less a.i ;.
- O. W. nUIFMAN. Bherlff,
-w-l'y- - BjKd. DaVIi, Deputy. ,
W. It. Ktwr, Aa:UMeri;j 'J:li -sepSSdtl.
J. O. Knaoa It Oo.
Order of sals in attachment.
BY VIBTVE OF AN Oliuen vt
to m directed from th Superior Court of frank
lin eonnty, Ohio, in th above oats, and another eat,
wherein fred. ButUrfleld, isilgnes of Deforest, Arm
strong Co.. ar plalntlffi, vt J. O- Rnapp uo., are
defendant, I wilt offer for sal at th atoit-room, tad
alter lb executions ar aatlsBed at described In tb
abort advertisement, the remaining portion oi wm
stock of goods; sal commencing on - - - ( '
Friday, tbe 18th day of Ootober, A. D. 1861,
all o'clock, A.M. . -
rrlnter s rets, i su.
, G, W. HtJVFlI AN, Sheriff,
V ByJtn. Dvi, Depoty.
oclBdtd. ' .
mne kegiji.au couuse u- itu.
X TURI8 In this Institution will commence on
TI1UR8DAY, th ittth ot OCTOBER, snd continue un
til tbe 1st of alarcb, ibot.
S. M. SMITH, M. d;,
Professor of Theory and Practice, and Dein.
FRANCIS CARTER, M. D . ' -"V
Prof, of Obstetrics at Dlstsses of Women At Children.
; JOHN DAWSON, M. D , .
' Prt. of Anatomy and Physiology!
). W. HAMILTON, M.V.,
Prof, of Surgery. i , .V
8. LOVING, M. D.,
Prof. Mat. lied., Thersp. At Med. Jurisprudence.
TUEO. G. WORMLEY, M. D.,
,i , .. Prof, of Oheulttqr.i - '-
R. N. BAJIR, M. ' D , -'
Demonstrator of Anatomy. , ,
Ticket! for'all ths Professor, i .'. C0 00
Matriculation Ticket (only yld one).... i - 9 00
OradaaUon re.. j SO Ou
Demonstration Borrlc...... '.... ...... 'I S 00
i Boatdlag tat 3 perweek, inetudlog light and fuel
Th Clinical and Bovpllal adrantai.es eontist In die
larg and dlrrlfid Oolleg Ollnle and th Buinltal of
tn Fraaaite uoanty innrmary. dcshi tnose, in two
Military Campaln lb neighborhood will be acceitlU to
Medical Students. ' i
All letter ol inquiry will be yromptly-answered, If
addresd to i , : . i - t
oct lid ... . . M. 8MITH, Dean
MERCHANT TAILOR, j
No. S30 South Hisli StrMt, Ttree
TTA8 Ju received a ebole stock of PALL AND
JLX WIHTJSB 80UUB, sniiaDi lor gentlemen wear,
Guttotaor will bar their order neatly ana tuMtanuai
ly aeeatea at th lowest rate
ep!H -.. . i-.
7f.1. II. RESTIEAUX,
V(T-00bS80R TO McKKN t RESTISAUX)
jNo. ,106, South - Higli Street,'
j '; DIALBRIN
, PROVISIONS ;
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
FLOOR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
Baltimore; Clothins Honsc.
1XESQ tjb UXaTJIVX
'laofiomnj ams waotoau cumi i
No308 W. ltimore-Btreet,
IsiTwata tisraTT aim aowaas,)
. BALTIITIOKE, fl
A Larfe Aitortaunt ot Pleee aad faralihln
Obedi Constantly oa Band
HOnESTY THE BEST POI.ICT.
TJntcrapalous men who nsnufaotar and sell weak
adulterated Saleratui, an Justly losing th eonfidenc of
ths community, while James Pyls, who makes a pur
sad genuine article, Is fast becoming th most popular
Tender In th oountry. Depot, 34S VTsthlDgton strset,
New Tork. Sold by grocers evsrywhsre.
im MANHOOD. :
BOW 108T, HOW BZSI0SEO.
Just Published In a Sealsd lure lops; Price 6 cts.l
A LE0TTJBI ON THB NATTJKl, TRNATMEtfT AND
RADICAL CURB Of BPBKHATORRBBA Or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Kmltsiont, Sexual Debility, and
Impediment to Marriage ironrallly, Nrrouenes, Oon
sumption, Kpllepsy and flu, Mental and Physical In
capacity, raeultlng from 8lf-tbu. Ato. By Robert t.
Culverwell, M. D., author of Unarwa Book,o. '
A Been ta Tbenaanat ai Suflerera,
Bent nnder seal, In a plain envelope, to any adJrtat,
post paid, on receipt of two stamp, by Dr, OliAS.
J. O. KLINB, va Rowery, New oik, Post Offlc Boa
No 4JSW. sep7:3iaiiaw
Peraona af tall baalta, Whoareiabject to
Oostlvenets, Beadach, Giddiness, Drowtlnesi and sing
ing In th ears, arising from too great a flow of blood to
Ui head, should never b without Brandrslh's Pills, and
many highly dangerous symptoms will b removed by
their Immadlat as,
Th Don. J. Bunt, of Westchester county, N. V.,
seventy Br years of age, hu need Brandralh's PUIs for
twenty Are years as his oM midleln. ' When h feels
ladiapotsd, be It from Cold, BheamaUsm, Asthma, Bead-
ache, Bilious iffsotloss, Oostlrenss or IrriUUon ol th
kidneys or bladder, hs dote nothing but take a few dosss
of Drandreth't Pills.
Els usual method li to taks sir pills, and reduc th
dots each sight, on pill. Ia every attack of sickness
tor twenty Br ytan, this simple method ha never failed
to restore him to health; and few men ar to be found so
actlrs and hearty as h. ,
Sold by Jona s. Cooa. Pranlst, Oolnmbas, aad by
all rtspootabl dealsrs la sadlint. , v.
epi9-isv .'i"'.' ; ."' .'..'.',; -' ;
The followlns; ll n extract from' a
Utttr wrUUn by tb Bv. J. 0. Holm, pattor ol the
rnrnpolatStrMt Baptist tTharch, Brooklyn,-!. T.,to
th "Journal aad Missiagw," Cincinnati, O. , aod speaka
rolame la favwr ot tbat wU-rnownd medlcln, Has,
Wismxm BooTwn- Btbc roa Cwiuw Tsntrarai .
W s ta adrmrtlsaatat ta your aolo.su of at a
Wratuow't Sootwim Btacr. Now wartalda word
ta favor of a pawat mdletn bsfor In oar life, but we
fast omplled to say to joar nadtn that this Is no hut
btf-wi aavacwua, aa know it aU it
nil at kmpresmbtyaaaottb meat tamtwral aredl
eDt af Ska day. 1 1 laass tt ts a f tb bast. AoeTttwt
o toar I ! wbo kT babtos can't d bttier than i
tjttKeJ Stale) Kxpreaa Vat., Prop're.
FAST FREIGHT LINE,
"""Via lfew York & Erie'BaiiroarJ,
And all other Roads Leatlirig West
i -, .; ,. : ; and Southwest.; ; u
Chartered Cars over most Head's on Paeslnger Trains.
II.' H. H0VEY, Ag't. I A. L. KNIflUT, Ag'l.
' : I V
a i Broamrsy, n. i. otoi dv.,
J WM. n. PERRY, Superintendent, Buffalo.
II. FITCH & SON, Affcntft
ST West Broad Street,
WltttAM H RESTIEAUX,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,,
Fruits, etc. etc,
1IA3 REMOVED BIB STORK PB0M
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
, .... ,..,.V1'
, Jio. 100, South High Street,
Th old stand recently oocupled by.WUi McDONALD
v - Be U In dally rscelpt of
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
' Which hs will sell
Cheap for Caah ar Canntrr Produce.
JD .floods delivered to City' trade frts'of ehTg..rJI
An sxpsrlsnosd Nurse and Bemal Physician, presents
to lb attention of mothers, her
SC O THIN Q-S HUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING-.
which greatly facilitate the proeen of toe this; by soft
Ming the gums, reducing all InDammatloD wll 1 allay
ALL PAIN andspasmodlo notion, and ia j
8U1I E TO KEGTJI.ATE TUB BOtVELD.
Depend npon It, mothers, 1 1 will glvs rest to yourselves
and , , l'
EEUSr AND HEALTH TO TOTTR CtrilTll.
We hare put up and told thli article for over ten years,
awl CAN BAT, IN OONPIDENOB AND TROTH, of It,
what we hare never been able to say of any other medi
cine NEVKR BAB IT FAILED, IN A B1NOLE INBT
ANCE, TO XfFEOT A CURB, when UaMly aatd. Nev
er did we know an lnstaoos of dlamtlsfattton by any ont
who used it. On tlis contrary, til are delighted with Its
operations, aad apeak in terms of commendation of its
magical eOects and medical rlrtue. W speak In this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW:" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLHDOB OUR REPUTATION FOR TUB
FULILLHBNT OF WHAT WB UK RE DK0LARB. In
almost erery instanc when the Infant Is tailoring from
pain and sabauttion. relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes altar tbaByrop 1 administered.
Thla valuable preparatloa I the preteriptloa of one of
th mott BXPERIKNCKD and SKILLFUL NOK8K8 In
New Bntland. and has been osa with NBTBR FAIL
INS SCGCBDS In -
THOIJ9AlD8 Or CASES.
Itnotonly rellere th child fross pain, uut Invigor
ate! th stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and girei
ton and energy to th whole system. - It will almost In
stantly reliev .
eBlPisTe 15 THX E0WiS, AID WIND COLIC
and overcome eonvaiiioas, which. If not speedily rem'
died, end in death. We be Here it ths BhbT aad BUB
B8T REMEDY IN THE WORLD, in all cams of Df
BNTKRY and DIARRIliEA IN CBILDREU, whether
It arises from teething, or from any otber cans. W
would say to erery mothsrwho has a child suffering from
any of the foregoirg complalutt -t0 NOT LET YODH
PRBJUDIOB8 NOR THR PREJUDlcKSOF OIUBRB
stand between you and your suffering child, aad th re
lief tbat will be SUKB yes, ABBOLOIKLV 8URB to
follow the oss of this medlcln, if timely nied. Full di
rections for using will accompany each bottlo. Nona
genuine unless th fac-slmil of OCRTIB At PERKINS,
New York, Is on th oultid wrapper.
Sold by all Druggist throughout tb world. -Prl
ael pal Office, 13 f'edar Street N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CEN TS PER BOTTLE.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
" " NEWARK OHIO,
fllauufaeiurere at all Itlnda- at For
table agist Mtationary ktesm ta
Hlntt, Saw Jfitlla, Urlat Slille, '
USSJt B0DLSI StaUnl B.&M. BLAJfDYeatenl
J.&J. a. DUYA1L Btatanlll OOLVUBOH
UACUINS CO. BeaUnlltl BHADIOBB
Our Portable Engine and law Mill
Was awarded the first premium of S0 at th Indiana
Stat Fair for li-CO over Lane Ac BodKy's oa account ot
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of 1uel
aod superior character Of lumber sawed.
Oar Stationery Bngin was awarded at the aamai fall
th first premium of BM. - '-'
Onr Portable Enginerwa awardid the first pramlu a ol
100 at Ui Fair at Memphis, Tnn.,orer Blandy's On
vaU's, Oolnmbas Haohln Oo's., and Bradford Ac Co't.
by a commute of practical Railroad Buglneers.,
For price and tsrma address ' 1 v'
i WILL AIM) WARNBR. Treasurer,
decS-dfcwlyeots. -- - Newark, Ohio
E. M COLLISTER
Wbaleiale ana Ketall Dealer in
TOBACCO, SNUFF i CIGARS.
Keep taaatantir n nnn'd att'tht w
. rioua IlUAMua o
Oct SB lyd
E AGLE -BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring- adrafefSte.1,1
W. Br;PQTTa ti& TXip.,
Ind Utnn facto rers of Brats and Oomporltlon Oastlngs,
- Fuist Brat Work of all DesoflpUoa.
Electro PlatinTnd "0U
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