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X3AA0 XI. IiKI.X.Xil, Editor.
riMsyi April '4, 1S62.
York Township Union Caucus.
Tl.o voters of. York township' Are reques
ted to aot in a Union Caucus, at, York
Cootro, 6 Saturday afternoon, tbe Cb day
of April, for tbe purpose of nominating can
onic for township officers and on 'Jostle
of t1a Peace.. , J . .', Voter. 1"
The Report Organization of Traitors at
The Report Organization of Traitors at the North.
"Oa fourih p will be rorrd I letter writ
W by certain Dr. UopYliiS, sespedl ibf lb w
ef Wgisaef traiksra la lb free States, eellest
tk Eaigbtn rfU Gold Chele." Tka Ttgioai
fatter is W tfr haruU eftliaothorltrs-a. Wrt
tegloa, and severer amaate bar alreaa beea
anarle of parti engird ia Xh'tm damnable ei
frriraet'' TVo-mMmA of the tlar aa pia4 Ike
attesttoh of Ortrrfjfwason day last W,an4 ha
gmameaea wae Utcat4 by two eremtrer et
sntT! fnara MMilgaa, Mr. Chandler sad Mr.
Howard. It Ri vee ait aYMonnt af Hopkrns' nt-
eeas In rganiatag h different fasnaeke of this
eoivspiracT In ke feral f tka SCatca, and refarsht
vary Utia tcfmeteKt etrjt,whcH -was lt riaa
itfa'ma. fhs Gvriam nnd help the fioathom
rebel be crewrthroW if. V t. -
' r. ChartdtwafllriBa tliManao tka results
f fliia eonaptrncy ha beam to get aoaie of tlx
wore enemies f th Vat an and tka Constites
tW bite tha army, where tliey are itaw. It ii
added in other qunrtera that the Gelden Circle
has Ha favorite nearapapera." ' A liat of theae are
in thahanda af tha Gorernmeiit, but 'whether
Tha Mmtatgtr 1m an the liat we rati not awy. '
Our readers will recollect that we stated laet
fall that a "Castle" of foe Knights was in full
blast in thia count, and that they held their
regular, but secret, meetings in this town. . We
did not make the statement on mere urmoi
town, hut aa Whst we deemed auitiotant evidence
f aba fael' Thooatward eigne tboagh those
ware net on which we baaed our charge) were
very conclusive. ' There ware men amongst us
who not only said they wished the rebels would
be successful, but whe alna hoped that every
Horthern man who went to fight them would
be ktiieoV Others charged that this was a "Liu
cola waa," an "Aholttioa wr,"B"uhpl war.'
Othenfaraded emr atravte ia gangs, harrebiaf
for Jeff, Dwvia.- AaoT samei vw are toM.t went
se far aa to area sand fire-arma to their traitor.
aa friend ia the south-wast, with the remark
that "they ware to aboot abolition iaU with."
Thsaa- coctspirators were aot very numerous,
but they managed to control a eoaaiderabh
umber of votes.
It as time that theae proceedings were more
s"uly in waati gated. Tha eziatence of this orgsn-
iaatiosi til the floldea Circle aceonnta for the
Ml and accurate inibrmetioo, which baa ao res;
sjlariy bFCSreoeamnaicated to the rebels, f our
tnUitory preparatioris and of our plana 4or sup-
yrsssing tha 8oa there revolt. : It acceuata, too,
'for the pscveraei eonrsa of soma papers in this
Comrraaeiimnl District. -- -i t . . .
Tha Order exists smoof as yet, ia full vkali
ty, thoogb it braaka Its dvsigaa by an affected
rfevotioa- -i the' Uaion and the Censtitutiun,
kil it talks feauoesaionstatba alaveholdera,
aaakinf aasrifiess of opinion, and offering
libera terma to tka revolted population. Ita
anew bars are friend of tba sebeia et, and will
'tdo every thing in their power to hold back, the
NartH in ita career of triumph Hta organs are
sithfai ta theie anginal abject, aad lose no
partaaHy jshortaf wpeaj trcsaon of supporting
mtmf measare and every aaggeatton which may,
hy ilM direct or reruoia eonsequenees, tend
sasil iai 1 aaa the Adminiatration. ; '.. . ...
True to their Natural Instincts.
If any thing more Were wanted to hoW that
the leaders o(.tli."traih.;i Denucicy" were
deep sympathisers with Secession, and thor
oughly hated Union mon, it is furnished by the
manner in which they, in this State, treat Par
son Brownlow. " '' - '
Senator Myers, a Union Democrat from Lucas
euny, tntrodueed wte the Ohio Senate, a re
tolutioa inviting Parana Brownlow to visit Col
ombo ad address the Legislator. . Tha rea
eJwtioe wae auataiaed. by the Republican and
Deai,iai s)ie Vuioa wenibara. iul try ftroigkt
J)mormt syejbeo' eefsd aywiisat Hum. , ' M
Thia ia tka; feeling that Ohio Am Democracy
Jsas tor a ma w Vodkas devoted tie, property
nt asraUy te th UaioB, .an4 srho has suffered
indeacribki petsaouaiona from the Eucsssioniats
Jar kt loyalty. 'od there be any doubt en whicji
id theae ttg ( w eoeva te anil them Dew
iawntta, for they ar a libel on the name) ataod
.thia srarf . Thair csarUna kaa been to cover
.their ay npstkiea t1 tha rebellion by a pretend
. mi fear fpr fcUavery, aad by eharging that every
earnest wmt in tth was k. an Abolitioaist; but
now they throw off disguise, and freely dieplay
their malignity tpward a Southern asan, because
, h took his life ia hi hand and rsaiatsd ae
ansina Wid raixUioa in bra rwa State, . ; ,
f' Bat while these TJaiea hatara havaaswk ha
Jy berrerof rry asan that savca. aiie country,
atbeyr ahew aha aieat aliaeqaeo koasage t the
rebel arfieera wb an issa a petvle at (iolum-fbua.-'
They toady then around the city, iavite
ttat-n ta their roema, and evea tak theme) the
flowr f the Bmuav Aya, mere; oa the edop
isioflW the rsaKaotioadepracatiag th niitshai
tieanawey to thavreM prisoners, arbihi ear own
oJdasfe nt eebel hands ia the ftouta ware treated
"with great severity,, theae aanaa ttfcsua ia
Beuat, Ut a aian, rotod atrainstit.'- .
There aed b m further eWbt about the na-
ora of tha animals called "straight Deawcraia1
a the ' OhU Lagislature.' "They are a thov
'ogh'y aaoaakaa tbatnoei-ardent traieorin tk
South eould Nostra. They aadoabtedly have
' their ikatraatiuna irhat Ut dw ftwai headuafeera,
1 w i i a .wr" :v i V
We aaake ear beat bare in the Mtmer
Publishing our John Brown article. . We doubt
ehi . ..qr iu readers hare road In lis pages
uch truth ia the past twelve months. If
srill new publish the three leading edited ar.
..tirlea fjem th Jaunutl of thia week wa will,
notwithstanding eur' anuieraUe contempt (or
thst concern, eonaidar earselves' under' re.
swed oblipitiousto it, and may be induced to
" ciiake another bow.'. ' ." .
Movement on New Orleans.
t ' Tlid t,oVi;.iM!Bt ttoJer 0nrt Butlef
Cora I'&Uer on New Orkana m aahl to
Bior fonui.ii.tl ihnr nil tha other naval
f liuooeonitind.i Over two hundred
Vo.. . ic, fucludi'ig tba largest steam frigatus
i i l; n ni' r and the mottar ComL aia mm.
i in it. T b attack would Lei made
- c-f y, Poncburtrala ar.J tli Mi
r. r j .i. i,x u,9 iR.st acf ount hearj flriog
iia.5i.-iu tiM at tV h.-aJoftbo (HMaea
to ,.,a ri.er. x t.udr f.ora Now Orioan
'tii. y i trptKivi bt.ot ?;...,o days."
'il 111" r;.k,-n ;,1 ,,e ;
( n i; . fr,-,u V era Croa.
Luii ii'U f bnti ta-
Witt li filing
Wendell Phillips the grest sho lior. Lecturer
from Boston, attempted to deliver a leetur in
Cincinnati last Monday night end was r ;r,l
from the HslL We ere opre.l ' sll mnU, ao
matter whst msy be the pretest ; but we have
no sympathy with theae ravine alx.lilion fanat
ics. 1 nair work should now b diseontiaiimi,
and this scene st CincianSti pirn rrifev trf r-
hmu Mun of IA iwiA. Let ' I'hilUp K"
home and preach his detcatable doctrine to bis
John Brown musicians there. Mtnmgtr.
Wendell riiilipt is one of the best Speskers,
ss well sons of the most flnrehM braters that
thtseeantrv aw sforda. - Ha ia maaafcsHsf.
roanding intellect, a philanthropist, a christian,
snd a gentleman. lie has frequently spoken
unmolested In New York, Thilsdelphis, Bos
ton and other cities, and always to lsrge and irt-
telllgcnt'sndiences. A. Vtek ot two since he
delivered sn address U'Wanhlngton tflr.wltere
were present Cabinet officers, a large number of
Srnatnrsand Representatives, citirerrs.and many
sis ve holders.' 8e was listened1 to attentively
throughout, and no kind "of insult offereil. ' 3 ' '
ile wssinvited to delivers speech id Cineln.
nstt for ths benefit 6f one of the eh srf table fhnds
of that city "Hu complicij. "Oter three thou
sand rickets were Sold, and the Opera House
Was crowded Witn Many of th most reKpcctable
and intelligent citizens of thecify, together with
from three to five handred "Straight Dcmocrsls"
who attended fbr the purposo f getting'np
mob. Mr. rhiuips had spoken for over an hour
before ny aerious disturbance was made. That
pert of the speech to which the'straf ghts" took
the most exception, was the proposition which
no loyal and Intelligent man not blind with old
prejudices can qnestioil, ' ' "' ' ' ,
"That the war now desolating the land is be
tween the real democrae v of the country and the
sectional sristoeraoy .that wields the power of
African slavery in one nana aim iuhioj idv
aorance of white in tiie other."
Nothing seemed so to stir the passions of the
infuriated "straights," as the presentation of the
fact which is as clear aa the sun, that the secess
ion nristocracy-who have hazarded their all iu
the revolutionary effort to rule the country, not
ouly hold the negro race in slavery, but degrade
and oppress tha poor white men of their section,
and use them te sustain the despotism by which
they are debased. t '
While the speaker was demonstrating this
fact, the "intelligent atraighta" became horribly
offended. They eommeneed gmsning for the
spenker, for "Old Abe and the Black Republi
can," with now and then giving a cheer for
Jeff. Davis, interspersed with attempts to egg
the speaker. The itcucnger characterizes these
proceedings ss a "returning acnte of the people."
But we doubt whether the actors in this dis
graceful transaction evor had any sense. There
fore they could never have loit any to return
them. The Cincinnati CaminrrctWjrivos the fuL
lowing as, the composition of theae "alraiglit
Democrat," whose "returning senses" so pleases
the Mmcngtr: , ,
"The mob was composed of the vilest clam of
our population. 1 he lowest ot the gamblers,
the pimps, the thieves those whose trade it is
to rob the public, aa well an private pilferers
the whisky bloats the bullies in ward elections
the foulest mouthed of the secesh sympathis
ers were out in full force, tic Lots having been
procured for tliem by wholesale, and distributed
.i. nii ,uA l,.,i,.a t m
These are the description of men that are ar
rayed against the Administration; against free
speech; against a free press; against liberty;
against Christianity; against humanity; against
decency; against civilization and against every
thing that ia honorable and honest, but who al
ways vote the "straight Democratic ticket"
They are S fit counterpart of tho 'men did we
say men? we mean thingt in the Legislature
who Voted against inviting Parson Brownlow to
make a speech in Columbua. No wonder the
returning senses" of these fellows are approved
by the Meuengtr. Free apeech and open dis
cussion are death to the "straights." ;
The Killed and Wounded of the 8th.
, The 8th Okie Ilegimcirt suffered severely
the Winchester fight, as the . following list
killed aud wounded will show;
Killed. T. M. Edwards, David Farcher.Scr-
feant John L. Stough, Corporal Sliuinaker,
ame Martin, Wallace Manning and J no. Miller.
Wotsded. Daniel McNeil, Geo. Myers, J. A.
Bonell, J. K. Reynolds, J. C. Camp, 11 i ram Fel
lows, John Hamilton, Jra S. Brigham, George
Kent, Stephen itolfr, U. D. Baucker, A. J. Dis
bro, Win. Kecr, Samuel Bealea, Stephen Silas,
Alfred Fsnders, Geo. C. Flauilern, Samuel Bee
lor, Stephen Lvsh.'. Sbermnn Smith. James An
derson, Lieut. Craig, F. Pearson, Sergeant Wm.
WctherelL bergeaut A. ii. Bacon, A. hi. Brown.
Capt, Starckman, A. Fry and M. Masters.
Of the killed and wounded, T. M. Kd wards
and J. K. Reynolds belonged to Capt. Tillot-
son's company, and Geo. Myers to Capt, Hay nes'
company. .Mr. Myera has since died from
wounds. There were two or three others
these eon panics, whose names We hove been on-
able to learn, wbo were alightly wounded. .
JU. Camp, brother-iu-luw of J. V. Stabl of Boll-
ville township, and who waa for many years
resident of Fremont, was also slightly wounded
in the shonlder. '
We hsd hoped that our two companies had
escaped without any killed, but in (his we were
disappointed. Two of our gallant young men
have rendered op their lives upon the altar
their country, and . two ' families at least aro
mourning for lost sons and brothers. The in'
stigators of this most wicked rebellion will have
a terrible account to render when settling day
comes. ' '
' The Ohio Eighth were in th fight from the
commencement to ita ending, and nererdid sol
diers ahew more gallantry and daring deed
valor. Being in the advance, they received the
first fir of the advancing enemy, and held the
rebels in check nntil our artillery and other in
fantry regiments could eohie into the fight, Tho
Winchester correspondent of the Philadelphia
Prats, in Speaking of the desperate onslaught
the rebels on the Eighth Ohio, say s:
The Ohio Eighth met them gallantly, with
ering mei use autumn jeavee neiore the orestn
of Winter, by tbeir deadly fire of rifles, Five
several times did the eaeaiy auierge from
woods sad from behind tbeir Ktone pars pet. with
vastly superior numbers, and try ,viiily to ac
eowipltsb their abject." ....,
CeL Camtll and Maj. Frank Sawyer of this
regiment, are highly eologiaed by the eommsa-
ding General, for their gallant bearing in the
actio. They, and the whole regiment, are de-
serving of the highest encomium of the people,
.i '.,. " i im .1.. ,: , ,
Th da en which President Lincoln was in.
aagurewit, uarea , iwi, united (states per
eent. siocks sojq st Allar increaamg Ue
public rteht, wtiU-h then stood st $ 76,455,000,
some $'JiO,000,000, that same stock ta now aril.
log in the market at .
One of th effects of the recent 'Federal vie.
toll ear the Mscon (G.1 Teleeral'h. wtm the
enraeraiaary ana general rue In the price
sogsr, us wiexpciMB of s re -opening trade.
If the Kempbie papsra'thiuk they ssust do
given amount, of lyma andslaiuloriiivandeniu-
in g and blustoriMg, they hsd better work asfimt
as poBitjiu, lor tleir tune ia sliort,
A spenker iu a uieetiug iwit lon aince. e'olar.
ginifujioii the rascality of th devH, got off
following jiiihy wordoi "I tell you that the dev.
u si an oW iisr; kit wheat i was alout geuin
reliirioa. he tried to dissuade no from W. ,i
told ru if I did get religion 1 could not go into
"j gay company, ana lie or sieai, or any sura
tiiug, ei fuute futiMt hum est (e 6s a gnat star
' A erreponileiit of the Bt. Louis Democrat
snys tiiut, at I'ea kidfje, Captain karla, of th
iiuneia i avslrv) bad aoe of tb legs vt
koraa sjiut oil, and it is euthentu ly ftajaled that
the animal rui awsy three-fuurtha of a unit
with only thi h-i;, aud Liur ('aptaiiKon
back, beb.re be aould be hailed in his mad career.
The War News.
Federal Wounded at the Winchester
WinctiS8TB,nlRrch 28. The following,
at far as can bo at present ascertained, are
the naniWs of wounded nt tho battle of
Sunday last: In th 7ttt Ohio, 45; 29lh
Ohio, 3; 6th Ohio, 18; 67th Ohio, 24; 8th
Ohio, 10; 7th Indiana, 11; lSlh Indiana,
13: 14th Indiana, 12; E4lh Peonsylvanla,
40: 101st Pennsylvania, 3G; 1st Virginia,
01 23th Now York, It 1st Ohio Battery, I ;
29th Ponnsylvftnis, y, 68,'f Conneoticut, 1 ;
i . a & . . n s r . 1
011 .1 lM.AaSI11, s. f t r ;' i
Tho list of the killed is not yot recoivoJ,
bnt tho numW is believed to bo 106. All
is quiet at Strftsbirrjr to-fcigbt. 4
The following is Oon. liank's gonoral br-
Oor relative to th battle of Sunday
HcADQViHTKUS, FTH ARMT CoBPS, )
Slrasburg, Va., March 20, 82. )
Tho ' Comiuandinir Ucaoral of the 6th
Army Corps coneralulatos tho officers and
soldier of Oon. Shields' division, and es
pecially jts gallant commaoJer, on lb aus-
piciou and decisive victory gained over the
rebel, on tie 23d insL Tha Division bns
achieved renown against superior forces and
a subllo and barbntioua onotny.
(Signed) N. P. BANKS.
HsADQVAKTBR, GbNIRAL ShIClW )
Division, WihcheStbr. . . )
GENERAL ORDER NO 11.
- Brirrndiet General Shields oonoralalates
tba oibceraaad soldiers of bis Division upon
the glorious victory achiovod by thorn on
tbo 23d inst. near Winchester, Virginia.
They dofeated an enemy whos forces out
numbered theirs, and wtio aro oonsiacrexi
tho bravest ad beat disciplined of tbo Con
federate army. He also congratulates them
that H baa fnileo to tbeir lot to opsa tho
enmpaigo on tho Potomac. - Tha opening
has been a splended success, Let mom in
scribe) "Winchester" on tbeir banner, and
for other victories.
(Signed) Brigadier General Shields,
Tho following is tho complimentary or
der of Secretary Stanton to Gen. (Shields
and his division, on tho occasion (if the re
cent victory at Winchester!
WASHINGTON, March 26.
' To Briff.' Gen. Shiolds: Your two dis
patches relative to the brilliant achievement
of tho forces under Tour command bave
been received. ' Whilo rejoicing at the suc
cess of your gallant troops, deep commisera
tion and sympathy ia felt for those who
havo been victims in tho gallant nnd vie
torious contest with treason and rebellion
Your wounds, aa trcll as your success, prove
that Lander s bravo division is stilt hrnrely
led, and that wherever its stnndnrd is dis
played, rebels will be routed and pursued.
to you and tbcolhcers and soldiers nnder
your command, tho Department returns
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
' Woodstock, Ya,, April 1. Gen. Batiks
advanced from Strnsbtirg this morning to
wards this point. Whon approaching tho J
town, Asbby witb Ins rebel cavalry and in
fantry disputed the passage to tho place.
We passed through the town, however, tho
rebels frequently stopping and throwing
shells at us, to which we responded with
e fleet. Gen. Banks pursued the rebels to
Edinburg, five miles from bere. Ashby,
in retreating, burned two turnpiko bridges
and one railroad bridge, ' ATI the railroad
bridges between bere and btrasburg bad
bees previously burned by the rebels, The
only causally on our sido was one killed
in the 29th Penn. Reg't. One of tho 2d
Mass. Reg't recoived a rifle ball on his belt
plate, but it was harmless in its effects.
" Woodstock, Va., April 2, 8 a. t. Our
guns and musketry drove the enemy from
Stone's Creek near Edinburg at 7 o'clock
this morning. They woro in lino of battle
and within rnngo of our guns. Probably
they were only Ashby'a command. Our
forces will build tho bridge over the creek
to-day. All is quiet during tho night. It
is not known whether any of Jackson's for
ces wero engaged. . . 5
Rolla, "March' 29. A' reliable
just arrived from the army in the
west, says tbo rebels, some 33,000 under
Van Dora and Frio bave retreated entirely
across tbe Boston mountains, and are now
at Van Uuren ami tort Kmilti, receiving
supplier troia Memphis and Little Kock by
way ok Arsansas. river, wuicn is uif'n. " . .
I be Texan troops are much disbeartned
At tbe death of McCullocb, and tbe Arkan
aeans feel tbe loss of Mcintosh severely.
J. be rebels are badly oil lor clotbmp; and
shoes. .! . .:, .
Pike's Indian bar returned to tbe In
dian nation. Ibey were not formidable in
battle, being panic stricken at the effect of
eur artillery. .-.. s , -u , , .
t ries received bis Major Uencral a com
mission ia tbe Confederate service the 16th.
A regiment of Texan troops reached Van
Buren en the 15th to reinforce Van Dorn.
and more wore expected from Louisiana.
The whole rebel reinforcements will not ex
ceed 6,000 in tbe atxt six weeks, i
Lietrt Col. Herron, of the Wth Iowa, who
was taken prisoner, was in the bands ot tbe
rebel two weeks." lney were btullv fricrht-
ened ad retreated very rapidly, and for
tbe tirst throe days of tbeir flight they had
nothing to eat. Their cannon end bag
gage might have been easily captured.
Gen. Cnrtis' army fell back to Koitsvillo
to secure furage, Arkansas north of FayetU
villa being entirely out. r
Our forces ar now camped at the bead
of Cross Timber Hollow, whore forage and
waier r plenty. onr pickets extend into
Arkansas, and ths rebel pickets come north
to the top of Boston Mountains.
Tayotloaville was unoccupied. Very lit
tle Duion sentiment bas been developed .in
Sboalu, March 20.- The notorious bricr-
and Quantrill, with 200 of bis guerilla band
mado a sudden and unexpected attack on
delacbmont of Co). Philip' regimont of
Missouri volunteers under JMsj., cater, st
Warremiburgon Wednesday last, but after
a spirited skirrnleh they , were driven from
tho town with a Joas of 9 killed and 11
wounded. Tweuty homes were captured.
Our Joss was two killed and 9 wounded, ,
Lieut. Cel. CriUcnden bad left George
town with reinforcements for Foster.
Scouting parties of this regimnul Lave cap
tured pver 200 keg of rebel powder, in
Pettis eounty, within tbe past few days.. ,
IUilxa. Mo., April 1 -Letters from, our
army in Iko Soulbwea say information has
bee a received there that rebels undftr Price
and Van Dorn are moving toward. Mem
phis, in response to a cull from Beauregard
for help, snd all rebel IVrces in tbe West
r ordered to coneeutrate, in Western Ten
nessee for great and desperate .struggle.
The weather iir.the pan( few days hi been
fineand tbs mud is fiiat drying' op.
From Missouri. From Island No. 10.
Caiho, March 31. The fleet still main
tainn its position at Island No. 10. Ow
ing to Cons, Foote's reverence for th Sab
hath, but little was accomplished yesterday.
The gne-Loats were silent, but the mortars
flred teffnlavly every bslf hour It U tho'l
al the fleet liifl the rebels have evacuated
the Island and concentrated on the mam
land ; but nothing certain is known,. The
day was so hazy that the effect of the bom
bard men t is unknown. Tho enotnv replied
occasionally, but their shot foil far Bhort of
tlie flotilla, and harmed noliody, f '
' 'At Hickman and Colu)inbtis precautions
are taken, which will effectually guard
against tho rebels' attack ia lml quarter.
Caipo, April 1. Col. Buford, yestertlny,
accompanied by tho 27th and 4 2d Illinois,
and part of the l5lh Wisconsin, from near
Island No. 10. and with a detachmctit of
cavalry and Artillery fronV Hickman, tinder
Col Hi'g, made deseenttipoa Union Uity.
. i 1. e .1.5 .1
Altera lorcea rusren o( luiriy nines luey
fell upon a rebel encampment, at 7 o'clock
in tha morning, and dispersed tho entire
force statiohed there, under Clay Rirtir.
coexisting of both cavalrj Hfid tinfantry.
Thay fled io every direction and several
of the enemy wer killed, wounded ana
taken prisoners. A Urge amount of spoils
were captured, and ono hundred and fifty
horses, commissary ' and quartormnstcrs
Our loss is ono man, from ' an explosion
in a bnrning lent. '
Tho rebel force numbered 700 . infantry,
and between 700 and 800 cavalry. '
Ibe followine is a special to the limes.
dated off Island No. 10, March 31st:
Tho rivet bas fallen several inches during
the day. . ' '
The rebels have erected a large entrench
ed camp in the Bend of the river, dirrctly
in front of our gunboats, and an embank
ment bnlf a mile long has been thrown up
on the sboro behind which guns are mount
ed. Largo number are masked.
There are as yet no means of ascertaining
what artillery they have posted at this point.
Several battcries,however,aro plainly visible.
The entrenchments extend from the cen
tre of the Bend to the upper point of the
Island. They are constantly busy both
with steamboats and men.
Onr mortars fired yesterday nnd to-day
every fifteen minutes, with what effect wo
Are unable to decide. The shells aro all
thrown upon the Island. .
, The rebels, make no answer, except an
occasional shot at our transport.
Occasional firing is beard beyond New
Madrid, caused by engagements between
tho batteries which are placed on tho op
posite sides of tho river, below that pliico.
Wo have got no news from there.
I o-uay forty or fifty soldiers came into
Hickman and garo up their arras, and de
sired to return to allegiance and join tho
Federal or my. Tboy were a portion of
those who escaped from Union City yes
terday. They report that largo numbers
of rebel troops aro also disposed to yield.
Off Islavd No. 10, March 31. Tbo
mortar bombardment is continued a us
ual, but with much greater accuracy. The
rebels are strongly lortifytng the lower por
tion of tbe upper battery, which we suppos
ed completely silenced It is submerged,
but large gangs of men and teams aro . at
work upon the upper part, repairing aud
mounting guns. New and exlensivo lines
of fortifications bave been erreoted upon tbe
main snore, and ' three or four new aud
large camps established. They have, evi
dently, been largely reinforced. A now
battery bas also bean established upon tbo
Island, and transports bave boon briskly
plying from tbe head to the foot of the Is
land, all day. Everything indicates a des
perate battle. ' Th day cannot be far off.
From New York.
New Yornt, March, 30.: Tho steamer
Empire City, from Port Royal, has arrived.
lho following is from tho New South
newspaper of tbe 22d: , "'
" tion. bhcrman visited Jacksonville on the
18tb. He was waited on by a commiltco
of citizens. The corarailteo represented all
in town Unionists.
The rebels, ben tbey left, threatened to
bang all who remained. '
Guerilla bauds were destroying tbo pro
perty of all Buspccted Unionists, by orders
of the rebel General Trapior.
Tho sentiment of Eastern Florida is de
clared to be loyal. ' ' .
Rebel deserters are very numerous, and
many are willing to tako arms agaiost rob-
ol tyranny. ,
Uur troops at (Jttawa are treated hospi
tably. ,; ' - : 1 '." : . ,
A gun-boat bas been HQ miles up tbe
St. John's river beyond Jacksonville, meet
ing with no opposition. White flags werol
displayed, and tbo inhabitants claimed
protection. ' ' ' , , . ,'
The steamer St. Mary and yacht Amer
ica were found sunk, but we are raising them.
Pensacola bas been evacuatod, including
Forts Barrances and McRoa. . .
Troops raised in Florida were ordered off,
but refused to go. ,
Gen. Sherman issued proclamation to
the people of East Florida, saying: I have
come to protect loyal citizens, and to ena
ble them to resuscitate a State government.
Tli sole ' desire of the Government is' to
maintain tbe integrity of the Constitution
and laws, and to reclaim the revolted States
At a meeting of tbo loyal citizens of Jack
sonville, on tbe 20th it was declared that no
State bas Constitutional right to seperale
from the United States, and that tbo act of
accession adopted by Florida is void, and in
conflict with the Constitution, it pever hav
ing been submitted to tbe people for rati
fication, and protest against alt acts of the
convention dopriving tbura of rights asciti-
sons of the K niled. blales, tbo despotism
which denied them freedom of speech and
the press, and forced contributions of monoy,
labor and enlistments. ' They recommend
ed that a Convention be called (or the 18tb,
to organize a State government,' and that
the United Slates Govern moot be requested
ta keep sufficient military force to pre
serve order aad protect persons and properly,
Jefferson on Slavery.
A wor giving some reminiscences of
JerTerson, derived from Capt, Edmund Ba
con, who was for twenty years the chief
overseer and business manager of Jefferson's
estate at Monticello, and is still living In
Kentucky, has Just been ' published in New
York. From tbis work we extract tho fob
following paragraph, which adds to the al
ready abundant evidence we bave of Jeffer
son's aversion to Slaver; ' " '' "
"No servants aver bad a kinder master
than Mr. Jefferson's. . II did not liko Sla-
very.. I have hoard hitn talk great deal
about it. He thought it a bad system. I
bave beard blra pronhesr that we should
lav just such trouble witb it ai we ar bar
The Jura, from Liverpool the 20lK and
Lohdoflderry On 21st,. arrived bnro al 0
o'clock, 1. M. v . ,
OhAT CritAi. President Lincoln's
manciplinn mosage attracted fmich at
tention in England. Tbe Liverpool Post
says ''there can be bo doubt it will have n
uncalculable effect in Europe, and that
effect will bo most favorable to tbe North
Tbe London Times in an editorial on tbo
subject, says it ia the moat important news
niace the split. The Preaidont'e avowed
object is to recover 10 the Union tho bor
der States. The proposition is important,
not fbr lis Intrinsiiio likelvbood of accep
tance, but simply because it is a proposition,
and it is the first bed made towards put
ting an end to tbo war."
Tbo Time continues: Ttd North may
gradually rise in tie offers until something
acceptable lias been put forlh.
" Tha Only reply of tho South to President
Liucoln bas beau a resolution of tbe Con
federate House of Representatives to burn
all the cotton and tobacco that may he fh
any danger of falling into tho bands of the
ipvadcrs. In every point of view tbo pro
posal of tbe Presideut gives great scope for
speculation, perhaps some glimpses of hope,
but it is for what it may herald aud not for
what it is. ,.
' A Domestic Flari-it. The New York
7Vmrtsavs! The infelicity of literary roar-
riges is proverbial. Even the shrewd and
sensible Fanny Fera has Loco unablo to
evade inexorable law, for we regret to bear
thnt she has felt obliged to separate from
ber husband, Mr. Jams f . 1'artok, whom
she charges witb inflicting upon bor violent
AND PLASTER AND
Akron Water! .1 me,
OiwfaTfl Water Lime.
Wbile fealnaulax eVlaiter.at WcenU per 200 weight
Ebb tern Grnf Planter f 1,10 per barrel.
Kormteat the dock ef the Fremont Warehoww Com-
puny. I. B. AJaaDKN, Agent.
Jiremont, April , lto. lstra-
irTVnTTT' t oW " t,ie re14"ot
V Fill U U ii."-of ttre iabacriber rn Rice tp
8ao4u.Hlty couotr, Ohio en
Snturdny, the 19th day of April,
commencing at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, the following
property to wit
4 Horee; ft lint- S3 head of 8 tee re from threw to ftva
Tear old; eererml Cow a, Sheep and Hoy, farming
IMcnitili; Household and Kitchen Furniture. K
Horse Power Broom Scraper, Machine and
Pre. 4 Gun. Over 100 Mankmt Trnpe, and
aereral Boata; topretherwith a large lot of
atuff which will he exhibited at theaale.
TERMS. Six monthi Credit will be given on ail Burnt
orer $3; nnder $3 eaah. Notes with approrrd aecurity
rxecnted before the remoT.il orpropertjr.
Rice townahip, April 4,162. 3wS
ALL persons are hereby notified not to
trait LUCRRTIA BECK, oa if account, si 1 will
not paj snj debts of hsr ooutrMUns.
Uarch 31, lS'J'J. 133'
EXHIBIT of tho receipts and disbtirc
mrntH of th. .ncornorattd tlllair. of Kremont. Truta
April lit 1S61, to April lt 1S6J:
R.eoivwI of Hi. county Trcisurer 2fi'iO M
Rorroir.d of JicobSlrohl &00 00
8. Uirdi.nl 40 00
tUativ.d forshow LiceiiA.. .......... 2i 00 f
C. 11. niirdickauctionllcuMfBr e'tge 13 00 .
ii. Morion, qo ao B ST
Total amount f rWeeipta .
r'd tonnrr personi for labor.... .....$1,410 82
1. M. lic-.lfr, prlntlna
E. T. Hnfford, irpnirs on lioi. eart....
J. Sttn. .tone for erOMtnfrs... .......
Pan Qtiiltcr, ston., gravel, UrM, Ate..
St 18 '
' 1 IB
i hllip runs', plana lor erntr-ineti, ae
June JcCurtin, repr'g toot., eniiine,
J. I. M.or. repr'r tool, H. k I.. Truck
tremont usa l.tgut company street
lamps and Knain. Hon.... .......
Stephenson k Co., (las pip In Engine
Tlnnae and Klectfo. Room ...
P. W. Krobu, Mrvlca aa Recorder .
Wm. Nrce, Strct Cnm'r and Msrehal.
Curlie k Boitwick, Gaa Fixture, Elec
tion Room and Engine Hou.e
Peter Strohl, eaeh borrowed and Int..
I. K. Amadrn. water lima . ..-
Sundry persons, awlntant marshals...
now-icy tilts, brick.........
L. Ippelmnn. snndrtes. ....... ......
MatUiisa Smith. Orsv. Yard serrtre...
Hobertt Jr. Sheldon, Ull of eundries...
S. nacklnuu, do .
C. R. MeCulIoch, do...,
Thro. Clapp, do ..........
D. Bi'tis Co., do
Canfield k Brother. do
Amount ol di-bu of ISflO paid
Total smftvnt oforderstisaed ..
D. W. KREtlS, Recorder.
Fremont, April 1, 1S2. 23 w 3
. JUNK, Mayor.
WB HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR
v v 8PBINO STOCK OF
Which w, will sell at PRICE to SUIT TBE TIMES.
. . Also a great Tsrrety at
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
' TUBS, PAILS, WASH-BOARDS,
Clothe, Market and Dinner Batkttt,
FRENCH STEW-PANS, AO.
All kinds ef . - .
Tin and Copper Job Work,
sash as . - I( ' -.,..?!..
Eave-Trotigb, Roofing, Smolce-Stacks,
Clilmnef-sop! e., ., Sod. oa SHORT NOTICE.
A food aasortaaeat f j v '
':. ..' , Alway on hand..' '' ..
Rag, Old Iron, . Copper and JJratt,
, Taken ta Ezchaags for Werk r Oooos. .
THOMPSON & SPICER
Onaosit Bsskltuj Boass BUshard, Wilsaa k Miller.
FREMONT, April 4, 1862. ' ' "
UlNM'B CEI-IBRATt.U kENNETT
Stooic ana present use ax
a-t L levelarsel pHess, with addttino of freight, fij Up
relorballlHrrel. Alao, iiltArT, at
Fremont, May M.IM1. THEO CLAPP8.
TTOWAUD ASSOCIATION, PhiUdcl
X X phla for Iks RttUf nf tht Sick n4 Dittr,
ftcied mith Vrdnt t
rna f i
kmic lAtmf, mad fci(U-
ht etteseseee otittuU 0rmrm.
MeilclAdvioeihvnUithy the AeMnfSdrteoa.
Vaiuiahie Reports on ftrwrinalorrha or Hemiuat Wemk
ness, aud other Disfaetes of theHexual organ a, and on
New ftvaoedlea eenptoyed ta tbe Dispensary, seat In
lettee estreiepen, free of eheree. Andreas,
Prf J. 8K11,1,1M HOUGtiTOM, .
Byl No, 3, Sontb Ninth btre.t, Philadelphia, Pa.
f1HE ssbscrlbcr rsssetfullr Informs tk. InhablUsts
A 'remooiana vlclnltr that he Is nrnsrsd to bind
, Maoaziiiks, Rx-bimo Oip Books, etc.,
SBSwmst ankstsnttai strW. ill Wart VaUUNTsD.
Call sad ssAiHio. ur wrk.
Rooa K..I Mid of III. Ptmirtl Orli-., third .torr
osekiana s lllock. ' . r. poAlfi'l.E.
Imail, SUrah la. St. ..
' afsnnrVrtuiM aad WtiolMsl Dlwls Conf.rt!Brr.
Alao SoMM la fral w.4 Unaasa Nat., Unilt
HrMtsBd VaukM rt.U.as,lkifaMr.iMiHswsHM Oiaars.
rroalSlr.!. rKKMOMT, 0.
COLBY 3 IT in
(f f PATENT. M
jurttaUM clulltM. or book ana ryri, boiling wattr dom
not Injure It, mhtcei tlie cloth dryer, kml Why thiin In
better enntittion to dry, than wltn wrung by lint,
thrce-fourthi f thtlm And Ihihvt of wringing clothta,
.nri e&n ba nurd bv R child. Hwrrnt. a nboT d-Mrlh-
d, or fnonfy returned. lnt the tMnj for Udlra who
kmr rr bwilth mm1 week wri.. Fnoe $4, Htm met.
T.lbernl dlnronnt to the Irntr. A)renr wentetl. end
riffht-for ente In SHlu-r, HurenrOUow, -S Un'
Coclt and Wood PoiintlPB.
Kottorla, April 8, 18'i. W. B. LUNT,
i A CAItO TO THE tiAPlES.
Golden Pills for Females.
InrAM.inLt: ix ConnMCTma, RKOtaATiFfl Airn Roviifff
ALL 0ATRUCTION, rnoM ITUATSVKH CAVNK, AX
ju.va.xi utct KBart-L i a Prbtkittivi.
Thembtrmtknef lntrredlente in Dr. Dnportre'a Gold
en Fil Infer FwnaW-e ere petffetly harMireae. TUey have
been vned In the private pmenreoi eiti ur. iu pence ior
more than thirty yeare, nd thouaaoda of Ladiea can
tcetifj to their grretand never falling auceeaa, In every
cane; In correcting Irregnlarttlea, relrevlng painful and
dlptrtRftlng menatrtiation. partlenlarly at tbe change of
life. From tlve to ten PHta will en re thai eoenmoti yet
dreadfel enmplnlrrt, the Whit. Nearly erery remale In
the land atilhrnfrom thleconeplarni. -
1 be above Pill kai prrniaecoliy Cuff a uioniana. ana
they will cure you If von uee them. Ther cannot harm
yon, on the contrary they remove fell obntraetima, re
store nature te Ita proper channel, and Invigorate the
whole ayfitem. ldlea wliowe health will nn4 permit an
increase of family, will find thee pi Ha a nucceuful pre
ventlve. Ladiee peuKarly aitnatei, or tkoae awppoalng
them ao, should not nee these pill during the Brut thro.
months, as they are ecttfiln to prodoeemlflenrriage. "Af
ter hich admonition" the proprietor assumes no respon
sibility, although their mildness will prevent any Injury
to health. The ingredients composing theahove Pllhiare
made known to every agent, and they will tell yon they
are safe, and wUlpeifmm sll eUTmrd for them. Price ft
perbojt. field wholesale k4 retaU by, . t - "t
C. R. McCullocb, Druggist (tod
. E. Dillon k Son. Druggists, f k
Agents for Fremont, Ohio.
LADIES! by ending either ef these agenU 1 through
the Fremont Post Office, ean hare the Pills sent to any
part of the country (eon ft dent tally) and free of postage,
N. B. BtiriRI At A OjUK CWItTORTVIT OV THESIS
Pif.Lt. Yon can buy tlie eouoterfeit article at any ariee
from 3o to T6 oenU a box (dear nt that.) LADIKSI your
Uvea and health are ef toe much value to be trifled with,
beside being imposed upon with worthless article
Therefore any oue offering you these Pills for leas than
$1 dollar a box, avoid them as ynu would poison. They
arrtrogns. None are genuine unless the name of H. D.
HOWE Mrts e very boa, wkicb has rrreutly been aWed on
account of the Pills being counterfeited. Buy of my ad
vertised agents and von are safe. Hold e.ht by Hoairti
Kellooo, NnTtvslk.'and RkktoS Buotheri (at'Oaylord's
old stand) C level snd, and by one druggist in every vll-
vageand town in tbe untied ot ties, anu by n. n. huwe,
sole proprietor. New York. . - Apr,'62 ly pd.
vs. Sandusky Coanty
r remoni um jtgni company, ei. ai. ) common rieaa.
Y virtue of an execution to me directed from the
Court of Common Plea of Bandiishv County, Ohio,
In the above entitled eanee. I shall offer for sale at the
door of tlie Court House, la Fremont, in said cennty, on
Saturday, Mny 10th, 1862,
at one oolick In the afternoon of said day, the following
dosoriberl lands nnd tenements to wit!
In-lot number one thonsnnd seven tvfonr. in the v I usee
of 'remont, Sandusky Cottnty, Ohio. Appraised at three
thousand one hundred dollars.
A- R. FERGUSON, Sheriff.
Flnefroekt I.lneev, Atiorneys.
Peter A mhos, Treasurer Ice,.
T, St. si. ) C
Fremont Gu Light Conipan
Court of Common Pleas of Santlunkr County Ohio.
In the above entitled eanae, 1 shall offer for sale at the
door of the Court House in Fremont. In said county, on
Saturday, May 10th, 18C2,
at one o'clock tn the afternoon of said day. the following
djeacrieed Inncle aod tenement to wit:
ln-tot number one thousand seventy-four, in the ell
Is (re of Fremont, Hsndusky connty, Ohio. Appraised
turee tnonsana one nunaren aousrs.
A. H. V&OtiVBOU SheriC
Flnefroek fc IJnsev, Attorneys. , ,
April 4, 1802. 13w prfee3,23 :' ' - 1 i ' -'
T 1ST OF LETTERS
JLsf RemainlnK tn the Post office of Fremont, oa the
ou uay of April, seoa . ;
Archer Heth C . -Billstine
Howe MissM :
Linao Uary -I-..insatlne
Logan Manilla ;
Barto J O i
Braner Ann H
Bovy Miss U
Bouman Mary L
Browner J f .
Biles Mary W "
, B rod iter Electa Mrs
Bowman Miss N si
Black Ann E
, Bixler Jacob . .
Ballard A '
Batesole Hnry F
Courtney Mary Jane
. Colter Met.
Chapman IJIss I,
Cottrell Mrs 8 K
Cochran Mrs RG
Cornell Miss 11
Cooler Miss S ,
Canl Miss Ellen j
Clarkson Misa Cecelia
Cornell Mrs IsaMla '
Dean Charles S ' , .
llavis O W v ' -
Davis John W
Doaue L N
Dorr Peter . f
Donnel J L
ldridfre T J
llorder Joseph '
'ovennlre Pster1 -
Orth Joseph '
Obrrnaer Joli i .1
Posey lflab.il ,.
Parker L D
Porter Hester Ana
Ripley Sarah '
Ketl.sk J.haj '
Rcrosborg Oe. J
Reynolds Joseph -.
Foster J W j
"Ford Samuel """"
' Fry Jane ) ( ? '
Ocr Ids George
Guas Gasper ,
6 rover Fan tee
Stalls July Ann
Buanoa Jobs. .
Rchnell PiilH -
Strskn Dsnil f '
Sewsrd Mrs - -8allesnaa
Fhernian M17 E
Slier Joba A
Bear. Mary J ,
Bbort K W
Bilar John W. ,
Silo. Adam '
Snmorr Vet her'
8 lull Michael
Kor4sa Matthias ,
Sraitb Dolly -mltk8asaat
eayder (Hr i
ti laser Julius
Glsser Stnmn " - '
Oarton J B
. Hesvlris: Mafnret
Hufford 81 mon
Jleming Albert. ,..J
Heflaonf Joseph lr ' ' -Hsbkell
Mary A. ,' .
II 00 see Rebecca ' , ' '
' HanterffdeST 1 1 ' "
Hoaser F J " ' -i
Hers. Joseph v-' ,
. Harris E
' Hopwood 8 ' 1 "
Herri ar less
, Hunter Edfrar
Honck P J
Jlosepb Mary J '
Joseph Mary A
- Jones Emamiel -
Jeesr Joba B . ,;
Ja. - - -
Joeeph John J
(CI res F.ter y.U
Klnf 0 .-
, K.kter Ijuiy . ...
Kelaey Joba S -
Kh OoraeMns ' 1
. Krajuar l.la .
'fclnneiyOT - l- ' -
lyaian Was . .
L.w.11 Jonathaa ... 1.
Larman Henry , . ,t .
' Imum sfoeto. '
-fillotara J M
Tylr laare '
V.bs Aotoa - -
. Vananrt Jaraas
Vrilliara a A . . ;
Wood.ill J J
Win. Haaaah '
. Wengenast Fred
. Waller lvi . .
Woloitt Ana '
Wiiti. j a . ,( ,.
Watara E4 -
WoodrwS Atasyra r
Wilwa Wm , , . f
W.iIot MMtiosa '-t
Hv.ur Hacaat , . ,
, Y.uus Mertba , 4
Peraona sallin, foe say af aha shoe letters will ,
that tbey are aarertiaes. -
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v.;---., ,x- - rg- -.
i .' .; - )) ..
Ifrfc :FSf ? l!F fT T f
1 1 i. : i; . ; tt
1lU ,;J, ' 1 I;
i.-. I via lk-j
AT TIIE OLD STAND IN?'
Cor. Front anil rikc-stsr
I . Vr
Have 'stocked lbs ' abort Stor witb
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY and STAPLE
Which will be offered to tbe public at -
BDU0 33 3D
For ; , GasE
We sbalt always keep on band a LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF ; '
SHAWLS, ' h
MANTLES, -. -
CLOTHS and CASSIMERES,
&C, &C, fe3. .
A 'Largo : Assortment of
Hosiery, Gloves,1 Embroideriesi .
Laces, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings,
Veils, Collars, Beltings, tfec fc&
A L S O
OUR FACILITIES -
F O R ,. : '
are -.1' ;
; ; in the state. t
t38 One of tbe firm being in tbe jpf
East, will enable ns to keep oor Jgf
a&sortmout full, and as we ' jff
Jty BUY FOR CASH,
ts-and v:: ""jear
S3T SELL FOR CASH,
$3T yon eaa rely that our
S&r. WILL BE jtS
; 'j-right ijFf
LADIES, may depend
...... 1- ' , .
Upoo finding At our EUbliflbmnt, ,
' A rich and ex tensive assortment. -
. ' . .' t f
' Prompt attention and polite treatmeut.
' -: OD. :
A fair repreeeutatioa as regard ths qual
ity of Goods.
Our wboie stock baa kea eeleoted witb
great care, and we tbiok it is well ealcula
Ud to meet tbe wants of th people ef tbis
vicinity. ; At any r.le,"all we ak arJ ez-
amioation of it by CASH BUYERS BE
FORE MAKING PURCHASES. We
sball svibor strictly to be ONE-PRICE
SYSTEM, for CASH OJN Lx,
. Birchard Block, ;,
Corner of Front and Pike Streets,
FREMONT,' O, April 4, 1869.