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ft. r. buckland. noMiR bverrtt.
IstJCKIiAND Ac EVEIIETT,
Attnrneysnnil Counsellors t Lew, anil Kollrltora Indian
eery, will attend to prnfi'Sslonal business and Land
At-sney Inftsniluskv and e'ljnlnlnr; Counties. "
Omo Swond Hlorjr Uuckland'a new Block, Fremont.
j. onRN, jr. II. V. WINBLOW.
Attornaysand Onnsellors at Law and Bollcltnrs In Chan
eery, for Sandusky and adjoining C.untlcs.
Ofllo. In Til. KB BLOCK, Front Rooms, op stairs.
FREMONT, OHIO. Jn.l7,186i.
B. DsUNnaos. S. N. Own.
HUUXOACJE Ar OWEN,
Attorney! and Couusellort at Law,
Will attend promptly to business entrusted tothelrear.
OFFICF. In BuckUnd'e New Block, Front Street.
Refer to Blrtfiard, Miller ft Wilson, Bsnktrs.
Special attention (rlun to proenrlnK Pur snd Bounty of
4,e.ased Soldiers. FREMONT, Ohio.
Jsnnsry till, ISM.
ROHKRT S. RICB. JOHN B. RICE.
- n. s. mcE son,
Physicians & Surgeons,
Own and Rssiosxci on Arch Street, new the Rail
May 16, 1867. ltf '
lr. J. We GIIOAT,
-T-irOt'l.l.D RKSPECTFULLY snnnnnce to the eltl-
y lens of Fremont end vicinity that he h permsn.
ntlr located In the above named place, for the practice
of Medicine and 8ur(tery, and hopeii lie a strict attention
to the requirements of hit profession, to merit a share
of their patronage.
Particular attention paid to 8nrrery and the treatment
of Chronic diseases. Offloe In Duckland's Block. Resi
dence, Perry Closes.
June IS, 1883. 24tf.
Doctor FAILING and TAYLOR, hare formed part,
tinrsliip for the pnrpose of practicing HoMsorA.nv In thin
place and vicinity, and would respectfully announce to
the public that their preaent arrangement will enable
those desiring to avail themselves of Homeopathic treat
ment, to rely with certainty upon prompt attention to
their call, whether in or out of town.
Office Btickland'a Old Block, aecond floor.
J. W. FAILING. 8. B. TAYLOR.
Fremont, O., March 1, 186S.
it. in. SHAW,
18 prepared to do all work In the Dental Profession with
promptness and satisfaction to all who may need his ser
Ticei. He la prepared to act from a single tooth to form
Inn complete eota for upper and lower jaws. Teeth in
serted an pivot, or (fold, or silver plate.
OFFICE In Buckland Block, up-stalrs.
OF Tiffin, haa permanently located In Fre
I mmit. After having had nine yean expert
r ..nee. he ennsidera himself competent to carry
mont. After having had nlr
on the profession, In all Ita rarloua forma and guarantees
satisfaction In every caae.
Offloe In Shnmo'a block, formerly occupied by Dr. B. R.
Taber. All operations warranted.
Fremont, March 18, I860.
C. 11. McCUIiliOCH,
Drugs, Medicine, Dye-Stuffs, Glass, Paints,
Oils, Book!, Stationery, Glass Ware, fcc, ftc.
No. 3, Buckland Block, Fremont.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Prtints, Oils,
Varnishes, Dye-Staffs, Burning Flnld, Booka, Station
err. Wall Paper, Fancy Goods, Tore, Cigars, Chewing
Tobacco, ftc, ftc., ftc No. 1, Buckland Block,
Ztonerts V Slicldon.
Manufacturers of Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware, and
D alere In Stores, Agricultural Implements, Stores, Rags,
Wool, Hides, Sheep-pelts, Old Copper, Old Stores, ftc
All sorts ol genuine Yankee Notions. 8t. Clair's Brick
Block, No. 2, Fremont, Ohio. May 29,1864.
O. L. PIERCE, PaorRtsTOR, CLYDE, OHIO.
This House has been thoroughly repaired and newly
furnished In a style seldom equaled by hotela in these
days; and the Proprietor assures the trarellng pnblle that
no exertion on his part shall be wanting to make their
temporary stay with him both comfortable and agreeable
East eldeof theC. ft T. Railroad track.
October 3, 1802.
(formerly THE OHIO nOUSK.)
A. J. BEERY, Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE, so long kept by David
Deal, haa been taken by the subscriber and recently
refitted, ftc, and no paina will be spared to make guests
comfortable while staying with me. Good yard for teams.
Corner of Front and Garrison streets.
A. J. BEERY.
Fremont, June 29, 1800. 25yl.
TREJIONT, O. '
FRANK N. GURNEY, Rroprietor.
The Cbookaj i has been put In order and is now ready
Guests of ths House conveyed to and from the Depot
free of charge. - March , I860.
(Tarnurli Frssual Houn.)
WOT. KESSLEK, Proprietor,
CORNER OF PIKE AND FRONT STREETS,
Passengers carried to and from lbs House free of charge
February 20, 1858.
- JOHN BRIGHTWELL,
House and Sign Painter, Gilder,
Orainer and Paper Hanger; Kahomin
ing done to order, on short notice.
HOP In BUCKEYE BLOCK, np-stalrs, opposite Roberta
ft Sheldon's tin shop, FREMONT, O. Apr27'6.
IRRUPT JARS AND COAL OIL.
. just received and for sale at V bolesal. and rotall
150 Doz. Glass Fruit Jars;
60 " Stone Fruit Jars;
Jnst In time for patting np Fruit. .
Also 15 bbls. COAL OI J
To be sold at the Lowest Figures.
E. DIUuON ft 80N,
Fremont, Aug. 28, 1803. Druggists.
M. W. FITCH,
takes pleasure in saying
so his numerous patrons
and friends, that he is
still MAKING PIC
TURES in the BEST
STYLE, and on as rea
sonable terms as any artist In town, lie has
Lately added a large Camera,
to his apparatuses pable of taking ambrotypes dirtct from
(As sitter, nearly or quite the alse of life, W Oil Paint
ings made from daguerreotypes or from life and murmnttd
flitfmdTf. Instructions glren In the business.
ROOMS Orer ths Bank of Fremont, comer of Front
and Croghan streets. M. W. FITCH.
Fremont, March 18. 18S.
HAVING ENLARGED MY SHOP
Uln7 WAGOX BUSINESS,
I a now prepared to please all my old customers and aa
many new onee as CONSULT THEIR OWN INTEREST,
by calling on me for any tulug In roy lino
From a Truck Wagon to a $300 Carriage.
Those In want or a tip-top, A No. 1, Buggy, Carriage or
Wagon, an requested to call on me before purchasing
PQ All my work Is Warranted la erery
s Os P rtlenlnr, to atand the knocks.
Shop at the Old Stand opposlU ths Steam Mill.
john p. noon-
FREMONT, July 2,18.2.
FOR SALE AT COST.
MY ENTIRK STOCK OF
STONE and GLASS-WARE,
LIVERPOOL and ROCKINGHAM
WARE, TOBACCOS, of all kinds,
'''' ' A complete itock of
CANDY TOOLS and MACHINES,
One pair Horses, and two Peddling Wagons
nearly new. This Is a rare opportunity for person
wishing to go into ths
Manufacture of all kinds of Candies.
My routes are .atablished, and ready sales can be made
r uaoji. tor an tut n v. unnuiwiu,
T lli:0. CUPP.
Fi-nont, Ohio, Jaa. 11. IMS.
SEWING MACHINES that a child can
ose,et LESHER'9 S1I0E STORE,
1 & 7
ESTABLISHED 18-9. VOL. XXXIV.
NEW SERIES, VOL. XI, NO. 40.
FREMONT. SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO,
NOVEMBER 20, 1863.
iLook well to your Insurance !
Losses Paid al this Agency.
S. N. OWF.N, Ilcnldoiit Agent.
Office Buckland Building. (novG'02.) FREMONT, O.
General lnsurai.ee Agency.
IilFE, FlItE AND
nland navigation Insurance,
In all Its branches,
All In Frst Class CASH Compnnlrs.
Corn Exchange Fire and Inland Naviga
tion Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus.... 9301,000
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company.
Established In 1821. Cash Capital and Surplus 400,000
Niagara Fire Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus $304,000
Arctic Fire and Inland Navigation Insur
Cash Capital and Surplus (270,000
Irving Fire Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus $250,000
Lorrillard Fire Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus $600,000
This Company divides three-quarters of the net profits
to ths Policy holders, in script, ltcaring interest, with
out any liability to insured. Policies issued for 1, 3, k 6
years en Farm Property, Dwellings and Furniture.
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company,
Of Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital and Surplu$800,000
ALL LOSSES PAID HERE.
. 8. GAM FIELD, Agent.
Kelsey'a Celebrated Family
Warranted to give Satisfaction, or money refunded.
The most Simple, and Easily Managed Machine now In
use. The only Machine having an Adjustaljle Bud Plato.
Call and see, at It. S. C A HI M F.I.D'.N,
November 20, 1862. 48mo3
And Inland Navigation Insurance.
Home Insurance Company,
Of Now York, Capital and Surplus over $1,700,000.
Chas. J. Martik, Prril. I
A. F. Wii.lmab.tu, V. Prtit. Jons McGkk, Sie'y.
WniLE the above Company has only been in exist
ence about aeven yeara, yet it ranks as ons of THE
BF.ST Lvscbanli Comfahiss IN tub LAXn. With alarge
Capital, f curtly incftUd, and a strong Board of Officers,
who are devoted to ita Interest, and a. reputation for the
pbompt FAYMBTfT OP ITS Lossss, it commends Itself to
the confidence of the public.
Applications received, and policies Issued by
B. W. B. McLELLAN,
A treat for Sanduik County, 0.
Fremont, May 1, 1H&J.
Insure Your Lives.
Mutual LiftIusurance Company)
Of IlarlfnMl, Conn.
TIIIS COMPANY, huff , M-t famiUei for Lohhpk rn
144 tires the last yvkT. 3ti0,000 I
It has paid In Dividends the lawfc iWilo those
holding policies, over jv 1L. 92.6,000 !
It baa paid Total losses on 1W ' J 0Ter i0011!000
It has paid Total Dividends to its TfTlicj Hol
ders, over $2.175,000 !
Among 20 Companies making; Reports to the Mastta
chusetts Insurance Commission, Inst January, among
which were the leading and largest Companies of the
country, it was shown that this company had done its
business since its organisation, at a less ratio of expense
to its receipts, than any of the 20. thereby commending it
to alt seeking Life Insurance.
It takes Notes for half the premium when It amounts to
$60, and its dividends, which were 60 per cent the last
year, (and have averaged nearly that amount sinco its
organization,) are applied to the payments of the Notes.
The Large Capital of the Company; its Economy in
Management; ita accommodating terms, with its prompt
ncm in paying Losses, are so many reasons why persons
should Insure their lives in it
Application), received hy
R. W. H. lttvIJEl-J-AlV, Agent.
Fremont, O, May 1, lboa.
THE. subscriber haa and will eon
stantly keep the best assortment of
FURNITURE, to befonnd in Sanduskv
Countr. which he will sell chean and
W AltilAn 1 XO M 01
He also has and will continue to keep on hand a number ot1
Of different stses; varying In price and quality to suit the
tastes of rich or poor. He also has a splendid HEARSE
that will accompany his Coffins at Funerals.
His Shop and Ware Rooms are situated in BallvIIIe
nearly opposite the rJaiiville r actory.
BalWille, May 11, 1866. 16yl JOHN O.SIMON.
Foreign and American Marble!
Croghan Street, on. door west of th, Tyler Brick Dlock,
and all kinds of Marble work executed io the neat,
east, and most tasteful manuer.
Orders are respectfully solicited, and all werk warranted
Fremont, January, 1863. - -
J,ksW-S , OF jilu KINDS.
I Bold in Fremont, by
ROBERTS & SHELDON.
Fremont, Jan. , 1863. If
Tobacco and Cigars.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PPOSS haa REMOVED bis TO-
BACCO 8TOHIC to - , -
HI CK LAND'S NEW BLOCK,
Opposite ths Bank of Blrchard, Miller fe Co., where he
has titled np th. neatest establishment that can be found
ill th. West.
I am manufnotnrltiff Clirars from the very RIS'l'
SPANISH 'I'OH At't O, sndever) man who loves a
soodCtKar is Is Invited to call and try one. Hold at
Wholesale or Retail, and at lower rates than eanbebotieht
elsewhere. All kinds of Chewing and Brooking Tobacco
Kenton nanu. f. fuas.
rernoot, July 10, ISfll U.
WATCHES &, JEWELRY.
IS still rocs Ivlng articles In his line, ItErT STYLES of
Jewelry, Watchei and Clocks,
SPECTACLES, ee, c, In endless variety.
IeonneII's GOLD PENS, Warranted Best In market.
I3F" Call and See, at the POST OFFICE.
New Music & $ cwclry Slorc.
No. 2, Buckland Block,'
FREMOMT, O., '
t here will be found a good assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, unci JEWELRY,
PianoFortes1 Melodeons, Church th School
Coffin Plate and all kinds of KNC.RAV1NO done on short
notice, and In find style.
PIANO FORTES of the bent mskers fnrnlhrd on the
shortest notice at It-s price than can be procured of trar
elliifr nntK, and warranted for (We yars.
1. 8. I do not kpp any refuse I'lanos to pains off on
the public as Kfnuine.
Call and see Mason fc TTsmlln's Melodeons and Ifnrmo
ninns. Tliey bare only to be heard to be appreciated.
Head what howel Mason says of them:
"After bavins: carefully eiamiued the Melodt?ons of
Messrs. Mason It Hnmlin, I am able to sny that in my
opinion, they are decidedly superior to any nlher with
which I am acquainted. (Sipned)
LOWEI. MA.SOaV, Doctor of Music1."
I keep constantly on hand a large aonortment or Sheet
Music, sud Musical Merchandise. Fartieninr attention
paid to the repairing of Watches and Jewelry, and Mu
si ml Instruments of every description.
I'ianon tuned on short notice.
All kinds of Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings, Picture
Frames &c, constantly on band and msde to order.
FREMONT, Feb. 26. 1503.
WARE - ROOMS!
TAKES pleasure In announcing to the citizens of Fre
mont and surrounding country, that helms completed
his new Shop and Furniture Ware-Rooms, on the corner ol
Front ana Garrison Streets,
Directly opposite T. Clapps Grocery and Confectionery,
Where he is prepared to furnish all In want of Furniture,
of any kind, with as good an article, and as cheap as any
other establishment in Sandusky county. Among; his
present stock may be found.
PARLOR FURNITURE, and In fact .very article of
Furniture requisite to house-keeping.
He warrnntsall furniture as represented, and to be made
of the very best and thoroughly
fff Give him a call and he warrants satisfaction. All
descriptions of furniture manufactured to order, at the
Fremont. March 1, 1868. fyl
I W The Union, :
VJ4 The Constituion,
And the Rights of Man.
TITESE ar. th. watchwords of th. People, and with
them the people will rule, and the "Stars and Strlnea"
shall wavecn every hill and In every valley, from Ocenn
to Ocean, and from oor Northernmost to onr Southern
most limits. Such Is our destiny, and by tli. fore, of onr
victorious armies such must be,our history.
WM. A. RICE,
Hsa received at his Store,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
and they are continually mrriring In
SUCH QUANTITIES and QUALITIES,
as ill please and suit all .
HIS OLD and new CUSTOMERS.
And I promise te
- Sell Them as Low
As can be Bought in this Market
I have got ALL that any
one may want, of every de-,
scrtption, kind, and quality.
1 cannot stop to enumerate.
GOODS for FARMERS;
OODS for TOWNFOLK;
OODS for LADIES;
OODS for GENTS;
OODS for EVERYBODY.
I will give you prloss at th. Counter and will also.
Insure every one to be Satisfied.
Cotton Goods of every kind.
Woolens of every manufacture.
Grooeries, all desoriptions.
Crockery, Boots and Shoes,
Call and See.
WM. A. RICE.
FREMONT. April SO. T86S.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PuiLinai.rBiA, Pa. Dis
eases of the Nervous 8ystm, Hpcrinatorrha'a, or
Si-uiinnl Weakness, lmiiotence, and other adections of the
Seminal Organs, l'hysiral Debility, and Premature lleray
new and reliable treatment. In Hcpnrta of tbe Howard
Association, seut by mail In waled envelope, free of
eharire. A.Mrc.a, Dr. J. HK1I.I.IN IIOIJliHTON, How
srd A.-M inli,)nNo. J, Houlh Ulli Street, I'lillndclphia,
F. March 'J7, 1M. ly
. IV, .If A II in.;, M. I.
PIIYSfC'IAlV A1VI PUUJKOV.
CI1AR0ES. Visits In the Vlllsee, 2.1 centsesrh; 15
cents for each additional mile. Prescriptions, 6 to 2ft
eents each. I make no charge to persons who are not sat
i.nid with my mode of treatment. Oct. 15. 1BK1.
P. W. PAGE,
ATTORNEY AND C0UN8BLLOR AT LAW,
Notary rnl.Hc. Insurance. War Claims. IUal Estate, and
Oencral Cnllprtintr Afff-nt.
jiyi, Hannusky county, (info. 7yl.
"PTQTT OF ALL KINDS. WHITE
L1 1011 FISH, BASS, PICKEREL,
RED IIORSE.CAT FISH nnd MACK-.
ERKL hy the Barrel or half Barrel.
COD FISH In quantities to suit purchasers.
CbII and soo, nt HARRIS'.
151 nmniU Street,
THE LARGEST STOCK 'OF '
Pianos and Melodeons
ever brought to Toledo.
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR
Stclnway Ac Son's,
Cliickcring- Ac Son'i,
ana Albert Weber's
acknowledged to be the best Pianos made.
Also, a large variety of other makers, consisting of
J. P. IIhIo's, Grovestoen fe CoV, Etc.,
at prices that d If competition. ,
Every Instrument warranted na represented or the
money reronded. Sntlslsctory references furnished on
Parlor Ac Church Harmoniums,
from $10 to 50 les i than Eastern prices.
Exclusive Agent for
Tilton's Unrivalled Guitars.
Music Books, nnd In fact erery thlnir nsnally kept in a
first class music store. Liberal discount to Teachers,
Schools, Seminaries snl Churches.
Toledo, July 17, 1803.
THE BELLVUE FOUXDERY
IS STILL IN OPERATION !
T AM manufacturing the celebrated CUIITI3 IRON
J BEAM PLOW, which Is not surpassed by any east
Plowmade. l.ONO'S IMPROVED, all sises. CENTER
LEVER, or Pittsburg Plow, which for lightness of draft
cannot ne oenr. n,iiH rwiiN ra or nearly every kind In
use. STEEL PLOWS of the celebrated Lsgonda manu
facture, which drew the first premium at the Huron coun
ty (loot; r air, as a frame now.
Warranted snperior to snv in use. Dinner Bolls. 16 and
24 gallon Kettles. Cider Mill Screws. Coal Orates, a
uice arLicio. airaw uuiicrs. jiooi miters, uorn riant'
era, &c.,&c. Also, a few tons snperior Smiths Coal.
Such as Finishing, Screw Cutting, fcc, tc, done to order.
CF" All work WARRANTED and done upon honer.J3
Having had 2A years experience In the business, I foel
cuuuucoi or giving OA nor AL HUH.
Terms Cash or Ready pay.
Prices to suit the times.
Plows and Points,
For sal. bv Canfleld k Brother, Fromont; D. M. Day, El
more, and Mr. Grooea, Castalia.
Bellevne, Ohio, Not. 1, IDAS. 42yl
H. W. BRISTOL & CO.
A. 1ST T
rriHE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully fin-
1 JL annoanoe to their enstomerm. that they will con
tinue to do bu-incm at their old itand
Corner Front and Crogban Strcols,
Where they offer foraale at their usual Low Prices
all kinds of
CARPENTER'S TOOLS, nd nil kindt
lionae Hardware necessary Tor Building.
All kinds and styles.
NAILS .The celebrated Wheeling
Nail. The best made in the country.
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
IRON and STEEL. A largo assortment
Blacksmiths will Bod it to their advantag. to call.
AGENTS FOR THE
Reaper and Mower.
AGENTS FOR GATES'
An innuroorable variety of articles too nil
mcrous to mention; all of which we offer at LOWER pri
ces than were erer made here previous to our ariiraL
Those who wish to pur chare
Will And it to their advantag. to fir. as call and we
shall be happy to show them onr Goods, and w think onr
prices will be satisfactory.
H. W. BRISTOL & CO.
FREMONT, Sept. 3t, 1863.
rTWB UNDERHIONED respectfully In
form tbe citiiens of K11KMON
vicinity that they have red tied and movi
into the (lid Markettttand oorunied by
M. unuertttll, and more lately ny a. I ravla (Jo., and are
WKIX 1'lltl'AKtD to accommodate their customers with
the choicest articles In their line. We shall keep
BBBF, VBAL, MUTTON, LAMB, CORNED BBEF,
AND SALT PORK,
For sale at all hours of the day and th. .venlng. W. in
tend to keep, wben tuey can be procured.
Poultry, good Butlir, Efgl, Potaloei untl VtgttmUct.
XT Every thing bought at onr Markot will be delivered
ajiy v, ner. in me curoraiioojrc o chrgt. ji
farmers lake Notice! We want to buy your
ruiuailie. uiuiuit. we. i ouiirv. uooa miller. s.kib. Ae..
and will pay vou lbs highest mai ket prit'e in CASH.
Friraonl, May i!2, ISol. HliNKV BAU-A.NN.
From the Springfield.(Mass.) Republican.
TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
BY J. H. ELLIOT.
O pilot I alandiiifr at our proud aliip'g wliecl,
With wide cycMg.isiiign'er tlie rngingocn,
While tli iiiificra crash nroinl thco fnl on peiil,
And lightnings glcnm with ghnilly mockerv;
Iti'lnx thy Rtern, and vinngp; Rpeak nnd Ray
If wo hove flnrcer tcmpiwilR yet in Rtore:
The howling winds benr quick response this
"I wnnt more men, three hundred thousand
More men? more men ? Are (here not men enough
To benr tlie old ship Rnfely through the gale?
II not, would we were made of Rtei ner stuff,
Thnt we might henr thy cull, and not turn pale.
We aro but human, nnd there's scarce a heart
In all our mourning land, that in notaore,
With Rtich great wounilx aa gend the aoul apart;
How can wegive three hundred thousand inoret
There's iRcnrco a finit of nil ourRouthcrn Roil .
Thai is not. precious with some nameless grave;
There's scarce a home of luxury or toil
Thnt has not lost whnt Hod alone could save;
Some cherished one, a sacrifice to right,
Let in to heaven through Iwiltlc'sstormy door;
And hot tears fall like snd ruin on the night;
Can wo still spare three hundred thousand
Aye 1 thrice three hundred thousand I if Clod's
Can only be maintained at such a cost;
Aye, men unto the Inst I for whnt, in sooth.
Is left to livo for, if our all is lost?
Human we may be, but not less true men I
What answer have weeiven thv calls liefore?
"Ready, sir I ready I Hurrah I" Now as then,
v e 11 give lliee men, three hundred thousand
O pilot I standing al our proud ship's wheel,
oiiiiio nrni.ior we nave nearil tny warning cry:
Americans thus answer thine appeal,
" IrVr remh for America to diel"
Stand firm I and guide the craft with steady
Thy crew, the nation, loyal to the core;
While the glad shout rings over all the land,
"We're marching on, three hundred thousand
Brattleboro, Vt., October, 1863.
retroloum will preserve wood from tho action
of salt water and marine insects. Wonder it it
could preserve Fernando and Benjamin Wood
from treasonable words and actat
Portugal Is only 345 milea in lenirth. and the
young prince who was born there the other
day has a name so long that it reaches over into
Tho Baltimore American warns the slavehol
ders of Maryland that their negroes, now of lit
tle use to them, will soon be of less, and advises
them to club together to induce foreign immi
grants to come into that State.
John Minor Botts' farm, three miles this Ride
of Culpepper, is the only residence norlh of the
Rapidan respected as to ita fences, barns, and
other property by both sides, although each has
five times advanced and then retreated.
A New York letter writer says that the St.
Nicholas hotel clears one hundred thousand dol
lars a year; tho Metropolitan eighteen hundred
per week; the New York fifteen hundred per
week; the L:i Farge twelve hundred and the As
tor nine hundred.
Two little children were talking of the moon
the other evening. Charley Raid solemnly, in
his imperfect pronunciation, that it was "Dod."
"No it aint," said Sarah, "it aint big enough."
"Well," replied the boy, determined not to be
put down altogether, "it is tho hole he looks
Four largo Rtcamers, engaged in running the
blnckndu of Wilmington, have been captured
within tho last week. One was laden with
30,000 Enfield rifles, ammunition and clothing;
one with saltpetre and lead, and the others with
assorted cargoes. The original cost of one was
two hundred thousand dollars.
An Indian was recently murdered in Canada
West, whose family seem to have been destined
to unnatural deaths. One of his unrlcs was
drowned; another was shot; a third was hanged
for murder; and a fourlh was klled bv the cars
while intoxicated. Of his brothers one was
hung, another was shot, and the third is now in
jail on suspicion of committing a murder. His
only sister was killed on the railroad.
A number of bachelors over thirty-five were
drafted in Providence. On being laughed at
for not being married, aud thereby escaping the
draft, they very maliciously replied: "It is bet
ter to serve three years than for life."
By way of retaliation for the inhuman treat
ment of Union prisoners at Richmond, the reb
els on Johnson's Island have been restricted to
Government rations. They are no longer al
lowed to support themselves from the Sandusky
mnricci at tins tne aanuusxy people rejoice,
the market prices for necessaries having been
advanced by the demand from the rebel thou
sands on the island.
Tho Dover (N. H.) Enquirer of the 5th inst,
says it is reported that the ship Express, owned
by Hon. Daniel Marcy, Copperhead member of
Congress elect trom flew Hampshire, aud oth
ers, and which was recently destroyed by the
rebel Sommcs, was furnished with a protection
fiom Jeff. Davis' government as well as ourown.
Ray. L. E. Barnard, of Georgia, Vermont,
who was accused by the Burlington Free Press
of kicking his wife, and whipping her eighteen
times within a year, corrects tlie slatement thro'
the same channel. Ho has whipped his wife
but fifteen times in three years, and if she labors
under the impression that he ha kicked her it
is because she occasionally runa against his up
The annimosity of tlie Copperheads of
me worm towards tne emancipationists or the
border Slave States, isaa bitter as that exhibited
against the Republicans. They are deadly hos
tile to emancipation in the Slave 8tate bv the
iren ncMini in uiu wnue iniianiiants inereol.
They love slavery, and can't bear to see a col
ored man set free.
A Pike's Peaker, writing to Ihe Minne
sota Journal says the miners aro very much dis
couraged in that region; "they have to dig
through a solid vein of silver four feet thick be
fore they reach the gold."
It is laughable to recall tho gas of Cop
perhead orators and editors hoping to excite
the people about "fighting their way over bay
onets to the polls I" l'heir lying nonsense and
base efforts to mislead are all dissipated by the
facts that the election was never so full, and was
never more peaceful.
Slavery is dead I It matter not to be
now discussing how it died, or how strangely
the very people who instituted this bloody war
for its extension gave it its death blow; it is
enough for os to know that the thing is dead,
and Ihe only question is now how to get its un
sightly and offensive carcass out of the wiv.
and buried bo deep that it may be past all res-
uirecLiou. jtffw uruam Jlrrut, uetooer lain.
Gov. Tatos,cf Illinois, recently addressed
a political meeting at Washington City, in which
he said: ''If we had triumphed at Bull Run and
at Fredericksburg, then we would have had the
Union restored with slavery. But that was not
in the counsels of Almiirhtv God. When I
urged Mr. Lincoln to take rebel property, to
call a quarter of a million of men to garrison
our posts, to raiso a million of fiehtimr men! in
aWiah slavery, he tuWrnphed me A,W
yu. snu ki ie iwruiws y uuil
e . -i J - . . . J. . - .1 . . j i i ...
The soldjors of tho 23d Ohio havo re-
enlisted in i hody. Tho veterans number .400
men, ana two hundred recruits received in Wes
tern Virginia refugees from tho South liava
also -enlisted for three uioro yeara or the war,
maxing rioiiu ni six nuiuir.Hi men in one reg
iment. The major portion of tho lilb O. infantry
have signified their intention to do likewise.
"Malakoff" tells the New York Timet that the
French government possossea but two cuirassed
snips wmcn maybe deemed as capable in all
' "i maKiugine) voyage as armed men-of-war
to America, and those two are so lightly
uiiiit-u mm cuirnnsen as not. to Do ntjlo to resist
five minutes one of the little monitors.
Qukrbt. Did Shskspeare have reference to
Governor Seymour's wearing apeectaclea when
"Oet thee rIsss eyes.
And like a srnrvy politician seem to see
The thing tbon dost not.
The Detroit Fret Prcf nrtros the claims of
that city as the place for holding the next Dem
ocratic National Convention. We suggest that
Winsor, opposite Detroit, the home of tho mar
tyr, would be more appropriate.
Stroso Voting Cook Co.. 111., voted as fol
lows at the rocent election: Union 10,450; Cop
perhead 5,634; Union majority 4,816. Three
wn iininjin, uuxi iiik; n uuueu vote OI 3At, Old not
give one for tho Copperhead ticket, and five
others voted 573 to 15.
rresinent Lincoln has personally interested
himself in measure to alleviate the sufferings
of our prisoners at Richmond. He haa dirnrte.l
our Commissioner to make application to the
rebel Commissioner fur permission to Rend at
stated timcR clothing and provisions to them.
It is not believed that there will bo any objec
tion to provisions, as clothing now goes freely.
A difficulty is likely to erow out of tJin .
sionoflhe Ionian Islands to the kingdom of
Greece. The Austrians demand that the fortifi
cations, dockyards and arsenals of Corfu shall
not go witli tho islands, for they command the
Adriatic. Should Greece and Italia join hands,
what would become of Triesle and AnconaT
Tho AuslriaiiR need not fear. England never
gives up her Gibraltar.
A Mkam Man. Tho Layfayelte Courier says:
We know a man in Lafayette one of the stin-
giost men in existence who has got an idea in
to his head that he will die before the first of
Janunry noxt, and is now engaged in wearing
out all his good clothing for fear they will fit his
wife's next husband."
The distinguished foreigner, Mr. C. L. Vul
landighain, is said to be out of funds, and his
landlord al Winsor solicitous. Tho Detroit rf
vertuer Rays his friends in that city are raising
supplies for him, to enable him to keep up the
stylo of a first-class martyr, tt being assumed
that the situation materially ftnhnncna 1,1.
chances for a nomination for the Presidency.
The Democratic party is neither a War Party
nor a Peace Tarty. Columbu Stalaman.
And the people of every loyal State, save tho
state or "Camden and Amboy," have said to
that neither-one-thine-nor-thc-other tinrtw:
So then, because thou art lukc-warm, and
uciincr com nor not, l win Rpew tliee out of my
"Twenty-five thousand soldiers Rent to New
York City to vole the Republican ticket," howl
tho Copperhead journals. The same journals
1'iini, me tuie iiius;
Republican vote in 1SG3... 23.334
Republican vote in 18G2 22,536
Republican gain only 798
Will the sore-heads tell lis whnt ban boeom
of the bnlimco of 21,202 "soldiers siut home to
Tho Richmond papers abound with adver
tisements for tho recovery of runnaway negroes,
of all ages and both sexes. One of them con
tains twenty different advertisements of this
kind, with rewards varying from $25,$0,100
and $200 to $500, for the apprehension of "my
negro man Nelson, ny negro woman Lucy,
with a child six months old," "my girl Maria,"
a "ginger-bread colored boy, named Jim," "two
stout black negro men, Henry and Dick," and
so on to the end of Ihe chapter.
Qokkx Victobia. A rumor has originated in
Belgium that the Queen of Eneland is disposed
to mary a second time, and the London press is
very indignant. At the same time, while they
pronuuee it "a foul and dnnperoiis e.al limn v '
they also state tlicir fears about King Leopold's
visit to England the present month. The ad
vice of this crafty diplomatist." as thev st vie him
is said never to have been given or taken by tbe
Queen without "injury to her welfare and
Rktribution! One of the defeated candidates
on tiicduiuated Seymour Copperhead ticket, in
New Uork, Wm. B. Lewis, was two years aeo
.nt,. u rcnBiimr, on tne union ticket, by
107,935 majority 1 This year he went over to
the enemy to get a renomination, and haa been
defeated by 35,000 majority. His condition
num. ue ueciueaiy comtorlable.
Prizk Monet. Our sailors are realizing a
good deal of money from the prixes taken by
Ihcm.. Some of the officers shares are very large.
A Lieutenant commanding our RIochnHino. flot
recently had awarded to him, as his part of a
'ISnVn?.'1 cipturod by 1,18 RU"boat, upwards
... i no veenei ana cargo sold lor SJtXJ,
000. It is said that Admiral I)n,w,i'. ;,J;;.i
ual share of prizo money, whilst he was on the
Charleston coast, was about $200,000. Our
i..i.h .uugui, not io iacK seamen when theoppor-
......... . ... (Humming ,i,r making considera
ble more prize money than their pay would
Anothkr Bid fob Tnn Emancipation Pboc
tAjiATioN Another bid for the President's
Emanciputiou Proclamation has been received
by telegraph, aa follows:
-r w t . , BiDnnroan, Me., Nov. 5, 1863.
Io . I. Tinkham, Esq., Committee Northwest
ern Fair nt Chii-mr,,.
I Will pive two tlw.nsnnrl t..llnH O AOO
the genuine original draft of tho Emancipation
.luirauauuii, (.it AS. A. BUAW.
A London letter anva "Tt ;
true that the reception of the squaaron of the
ri . j given great annoyance.
Ihe tdea of an alliance between the two gigantic
powers of the East and West is not a pleasant
one to either French or English. Even if there
were no such alliance, the fact that the Czarsends
his fleets to winter in the ports of America is a
menance to the Western powers. In caae of war
they are not frozen up in the Baltic, nor can they
be blockaded, it is necessary for Russia to
have soma am' li nnrla f.ir A -:.!.. e
- - -- r "tj. aaiuviiuill
her distant harbors in the Pacific, she has none
wiiica ctiiinot oe closed by any strong naval
newer. It wouhl l ! r... .i i
t, . J iimiiu UIIU
ranco, even m summer, to shut up the whole
ivunaittii xvavy in me mack fcfca and tbe Baltic.
But with access to the harbors and dock-yards,
oii.i mi ma murine resouroesoi tne united States,
it is quite another affair. An arrangement by
which Russia can have the use of these an al
liance to this extent makes her at onee a first
rate naval as well as military power."
Some of the copperheads in Sandusky eoun
ty, running on the county ticket, who were de
feated bv the sohlieni' vnb
J , ,. I ' S"vu
that the soldier vote will be contested.
ual i ii. ill. jvihmmim. I nnnsrhnnria an..-.,...
to VOUrereerf. In Vow V.. .-It : 1
indignant that soldiers should be permitted to
come borne to vote, and in Ohio they contest the
rAi:.tiw nf L 1 T. .
... mo iw mat uiiows uiern to vote
Without finmitior linma Tt. i i ...
trine is that soldiers fighting for the Union have
nn -w.l i I i 1 I . -L . - Tl T-. . , .
" iisms ins i e.ee iemocracy Should
respect. Cleveland Herald,
The Washington Star, of last week, referring
to the arrival there of the rebels captured by
Meade's army, says:
"The prisoners whnarrived here from tbe Ar.
my of tho Potomac this morning, at 4 o'clock,
wore marcned to the Old Capitol. They num
bered one thousand seven hundred and thirty
six in thnt lot. Olher arrivals swell the n uni-
cor to over two thousand. The number of offi
ce among them is one h u ndrod and twenty - fi vo.
They represent that but few rebels escaped
across the river; and their general commanding
had barely time to get off in that way. on hi
horse. They seem to unite in esteeming the
movement on our art as having been one of the
niosl brilliant and successful of the war."
Archbishop Purcell Pronounces Against
Mocart HrII was nearly filled, last night, b a
highly intelligent assembly, drawn thither by
an announcement of a lecture, to be delivered
by the Archbishop of the Catholle diocese.
Tbe subject of 4he lecture was not announced,
but it was surmised, from the persistent slanders,
which bad been uttered against the Archbishop,
because of bis firm and fearlesR refusal to sup
port the late Democratic candidate for Governor,
that his remarks might in some manner relate
to the position he had assumed in the political
crisis. Archbishon l'ureell modes! 1 v. vet point
edly, answered his accusers, and with open and
manly candor vindicated his right and duty to
vote as his conscience dictated. He followed
the defense with an unreserved declarat ion of
his opposition to the division of the country,
under any circumstances, and closed by record
ing his belief that slavery is an unchristian evil,
opposed to the lust freedom of mankind, and to
the growth and glory of a Republican country.
His lecture was a model of unreserved candor,
and his hearers frequently interrupted him with
applause, so loud snd prolonged that it seemed
The Archbishop said ha had voted against the
Democratic ticket, not liecause he desired to
wound the Democrats of his acauainlance. nor
because he desired to propitiate the their oppo
nents, but because he feared that if Vallandig
ha in was elected, the attempted withdrawal of
Ohio soldiers in the field with Kosecrans would
ensue, and that the State of Ohio would be tossed
with revolutionary opposition to the war policy.
Ho feared that raids would be invited, the par
allel of Quantrill's barbarous and inhuman in
vasion of Kansas. "This may all have been
fancy," said the speaker, "but it was mv honest
opinion, and who in God's name, could ask me
vote for the inauguration nf such anarchy and
such atrocity?" f Applause.
We cannot have a divided emnire. Tim.
mense applause. 1 Mr. Puerh Raid to him. the
other day, that the Southern people would con-
sent to permit our steamboats to traverse the
Mississippi Kiver, but that they would never
trade wild us, and that it would lie vain for as
to endeavor to make thorn strike hands with nn
as of old. He ( Archbishop P.) could see no sr.
gument in this. The question was one of right,
uoi oi tTApeuieiicy, anu lor one, ne was deter
mined to work for and pray for tho right, until,
with God's blessing, it was establishoil in all its
He had heard tliere was a dread among many
laboring men, that if slaves were liberated, they
would come to our Northern cities' and displace
thousands of honest, bard-working white men.
For himself, he did not anticipate any such re
sult. In his opinion, it was impossible. Ho
nau always wished to see every man, no matter
what his color, free. Prolonged applause. -The
Catholic Church has ever heen l ho fri,..l
of human freedom. It was Chrits mission to set
men tree, andc hristian people disregarded his
precopta and example, when they seek to up
hold or perpetuato involuntary human servi
cardinal Wiseman, whom he regarded as pos
sessing tho loftiest intellectual endowments, and
uniijr ui me uiniiiigusnea iainoiic magnates of
Europe, looked upon the slavery of any race
with the greatest disfavor, ilontalamhert hart
stood before an audience of great Catholics, and
declared that a man who holds human beings,
black or white, in bondage, was the enemy of
freedom and a tyrant at heart, Tbe denuncia
tion was received wilh unanimous plaudits; not
one of that distingushed Catholic assembly, but
:. L i: ; i i , Z .
icnniiiUL'u sua unuinguiseu approval. l,Ap-
He concluded bv savins' that he honed, now
that tho excitement was over, that his friend
would all concede that he had performed his
umin amy. ne naa conceived the plain course
he had adopted to be such, and learlmmlv ho harl
performed it No man could do less than fol
low the dictates of his conscience, if ho hopes to
win the approval of his Heavenly Muster and
Guide. tin. Com., fid.
WHAT WE ESCAPED.
Tiniiv.i,.,j Um-m t ......
- o. aa v n. siunginaiion ran
hardlv nictnre tlia inlflmiiu inJ k.. .u. j
feat of Vallandigham in Ohio, and Woodward ir
IA..-..1UM..:- nil.- f- i . . . .
ciiiiojituiiui. i hb lormer would nave beaded
civil war within the borders of our State, and
rraiiK ricrce s prophesy, that blood would run
in the streets of the North tn r,,lll.,A r...
Woodward is even a mora itniinnmn. n .1 .
Vallandiffhaiii. in aa much na V,a it.
l've, has greater talent, and greater moral influ
ence. What ho would have done, had he been
elected Governor of Pennsylvania, may be infer
red from what he, since the election, has done
as one of the judges of the Supreme Court of
Judge Woodward, at a late session of mid
court, decided that the law raising men by draft
ing is unconstitutional and hence void. Val
landigham, with all his might even as Governor
of Ohio, conlil not Btr'ilrA m,..!. - . .1. TT :
on cause, as has this Copperhead Judge in Penn-
o,i.ani tinier mat ruling every dratted man
vul u, j vuum ue rru sea, ana me doctrine
that has been law since the government has had
being would be overthrown.
ounge woodward takes the State Rights path
to his conclusion that same path which the
;ucui iinvu vrou lor tniny year, leading direct
ly to this outbreak. He says the Federal Gov
ernment cannot turh audi tuw C . - 1 1. ..
. . . - - i i .iiv uuwcrui
DTI ITl fia 1 1 n 7 vnrvnspnmmiMiJ l it .
-1 n ...... w luviruicsrUr
atives of the States. He says:
The great vice of the conscript law is, thai
it is founded on an assumption that Congress
mav take awav nnt (fin ki .. in ... r . i. .
J , j - - ..iiniiMui me Vin
son, but the security aud foundation of his SUte
rignw. una now jong is civil liberty expected
. lut of)..- . 1. : i r r ,
" Dunnes oi civil iioerty are
destroyed? The Constitution of the United
Stales committed the liberties of tbe citizen in
part to the Federal Government, but expressly
reserved to the Ktnloa mnA tt.n nAA..iA v. i
I 1 1 - - ytym ui IIS,
States, nil it did not delegate. It gave to the
ui.iremi uuvi-niiiieni a standing army, but left
to the States their militia."
Hifl obicctlon to thn law mi 1 mmmij m
o - J ...... ...V UU
"1st. That the nower nf rnnn . i
. . W IDIOV iu
Sllnnnrt n nn inn rl.uia nut :.,A1..,I . 1- .
' k V, ... . -"uj ma i lower ui
draft the militia of the States.
Mi. J bat the power of Congress to call forth
the militia cannot be exercised in the forms of
In sneakintr .if (7iia .7 -:a:.. 1 v v'
- , n ."..'.i vj vi uouwara
and Lowric, the Pitubnrg Commercial says:
mi w ooo ward bad been elected Governor, and
Lowrie had been re-elected to to the Supreme
bench. Woodward vnul .
copperhead as ludgo in his place, a majority of
the court would in that case still have been dis
loyal; the decision of the court on tbe final hear-
i i. n u .i ...
" "otii i ue same as inat now made
On the Dreliminarv IteariiifT mnA - i i
r r --j -....,j, Iu m ini pvbuiu in
junction would have been awarded to prevent
in rl -w. r. .v.- . . r 1 ... ' .
u.an uiiuci inc Bci ul ungrew; woodward
as Governor, would have issued a proclamation
ordering all the conscripts from I'onnsylunia
under the late draft to rot urn home immediate
ly, and prohibiting the Federal offioers from eo
forcimr the draft uncial, t k- P.:.u. i1.
snd he would have called out the militia of the
State to enforce bis proclamation. The conse
quence would have been a war between Penn
sylvania and the General Government. And
then Woodward would have got this Stateto go
wi i mo oouin, aa ne always said tie wished it
"Have we not nfninrt&nft i i j
- . , , ."",, WIIWIIB VSO
that he has saved us from such a peril by ena
bling us to defeat Woodward and Lowrie at tbe
late elect inn. Aaltiiniva .. . -i.: j
, -'""6" " "S mm decision
of the court is but the bray of a dying sss. It
, . , , " pieumiuary nearing. iterore
the final hearinir T-nurria will Kaffir .1.. 1 l
;-r ... mi 1110 uviico,
and Agnew will be in his place. The majority
of the court will then be loyal; and consequent-
1V th. lluiuii.n r. I U A. 1 I : (l I
" , "iv uiiiu ficraruiB; will DC m
loyal decision; and the only effect of this decis
ion Will B 111 Mnmian In I n . 1. .
r. ... .mi luiHiii, cuv
Judges who made it.
Slavery in Tennessee and Kentucky.
Lea trues in Tennessee was held in Vuk1,v;h..
the 2d instant, for the purpose of organizing
uraud estate uouncil. Kesoluliona were adopt
ed approving all the war raeuuea of the Admin
istration, especially of Governor Johnson. One
of the resolutions was aa follows: ,
Resolved, That we consider slavery aa 1W
original cause of this unnatural war; sod that
in its emancipation we see the only salvation t
and preservation of the Union of our fathers, of
our freedom, and or the great principles
down in the Declaration or Independence.
At a sale of ueirrocs in Paris. Tenuiwo. aoirut '
days since, a man aged fifty brought only one '
hundred dollurs, amfanother aired lvsntv.i;i
blacksmith, only two hundred and twenty dol- '
ktrs. Tbe time has been when these two "chat.
ls" would have commanded one thousand dol
A gentleman who recontly left Southern Ken- '
tucky informs the Nashville iWullmt l,e i.
saw a tine negro man sold for throe hundred
dollars. The -institution" in Kentucky will
soon have the doath-rutlk in its iroat.