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TIH IISOIT, J I' LY IS,
Both branches of tlio National CoiiKrors
nre progressing an fuvoinUy with tlm luisi
dobs upon which the' were railed t ml.
that thry will prolmbly tvl'oiirn in three
weeks fiom the tiinoof cenimetieeineiit. The
measures lecoiiiiiionded hy (he l'xoriit'vp
and his constitutional tulvidTs have nearly I
all been considered, and many of thcin aH-I
il iinon. Tho IVcnident is nr.tho; red to ,
call out .,00.000 men, oml ?fii)0,0(lO.Ono are
placed nt liis disposal for carrying on tlm
war vigorously. The only ahernalive of re
nistitif force by force, in well mulct-stood;
and tho President' acla in the prcmisea are
heartily endorsed, The tnvtnr Hen Wood,
of New York, offered a resolution in the
House, on Monday, inviting the ( "iivci noi s
of the States to cull their Legislatures to-
gether, to provide for the election of Com-
missioners, to meet at Louisville in Scpletn-
With a view of patching up a peace j
Tho resolution was iromptly laid on the
table, by a vote of ill.' to Til. Our liepresen- j
tatives were undoubtedly of the opinion that i
tho halt a million coiniiiisaioiu rs noon to be'
upon the field could best "settle our uiilnji-1
The Peace Party.
tho sake v a settlement of our troubles. ;
wo say let us have peace ?" Such j
one of the arguments used by those op-
posed to the policy of the pn- lit Admin'm-
tration ; and they are the same men who dur
ing last summer and fall proclaimed the
wrongs of the seceding Stales, and said that
Northern aggression would justify the step
they have taken. They are the same men
who inculcated the idea that the North dare
Hot attempt to execute laws in the Soulli.
umlcr pains of a rcocllion at home, and H
was this very belief that did more than anv
thing else to precipitate the great rebellion.
They are the same men who palliated the
crimes of tho theives who preyed upon the
treasury nt Washington, and of (he robbers
who seized on mints, fori, arsenals and oili
er public projieily, calling these acts indis
cretions, ami hoping nothing would bo done
lo provoke or excite the perpetrators. They
are the same who rent their lungs in cries
of non-coercion, giving aid ami c -unfurl to
those who havo all along betrayed their
counlry; breeding and encouraging civil war
in order tt) overthrow it, and opposing eve
ry step for putting down the rebellion, in
order that it might be su -ccasful; these are
the men w ho are now crying peai e, ostensi
bly for the same purpose. Is it peace they
want, or the destruction of the govci nineiil?
Tho latter is the peace they want. They
appeal lo the gnverntnenl for peace; do they
appeal to tho rebels? no. They send peti
tions and emissaries to Washington; do they
Bend any to IJichinoiid ? no. They denounce
Mr. Lincoln us a tyrant and a violator of the
very Constitution he is trying to preserve;
do they cay anything against the rebel chief.'
no. The fact is, these nun pretend to luxe
the people, when in reality they only wish
to give aid and comfort to the enemy, and
plot Rchemes for the advancement of Ihcir
pnrty. They mean to deceive; but they fail.
The thin veil of hypocrisy, with which they
attempt to cover themselves, is easily seen
through by every true patriot.
The Ohio Rebel.
On (he opening of Congress Vullandigham.
oi the Third Ohio istrict, look the usual
oath of ullegiai c to sustain the National
(lovcriiiiicnt, and immediately after se to
-Work aiding and abetting the cause i f icbel
lion. A few days after he spent a shoit
time in visiting the various camps, with a
view, no doubt, to ascertain the exact politi
cal sentiments of the various regiments.
Among others he visited tho First and Sec
ond Ohio; but no sooner was his presence
made known than he received an older lo
leave, lie thought it an outrage that aCeu
i;rctsnian from a Free State coiil 1 not be
permitted to take part in the destruction of
the I'nioii, without being treated to such in
dignity by soldiers rroin his oven di.-hic!.--llo
left in a few minutes after, however,
when the soldiers gave him the benefit of
hisses and groans till he was out of highl.1
Fonio of the men stuffed some clothes and
labeled the clligy, "Vallandigham, the tiai
tor," and atuck it up on a polo on the road
whero he was to pass, and, when he came
along, pointed a loaded pistol at it and lired,
and told him if he come again tiny would
give him a warm reception. lie looked as
Mack as a traitor could, grated his teeth,
and that's all. In the treatment of the i lli
Ky there was probably a slight mistake, as
a nicer sense of justice would have revers
ed the positions of the traitor and the clligy.
Secession Vote of Virginia.
Gov. Le tcher, the rebel tyrant w ho m arly
succeeded in choking the voice of (he peo
ple in Ivistern Virginia, aiinounes a vote
of 125,000 for secession and 'JO.000 against,
in that locality. The fo;mer includes, no
doubt, tho vote of all the rebel soldiers int-
ported into that State, which are said to
about a.i.OOO. This would reduce
the actual rebel vote to !M,0(0, if wc include
tho 4,000 east m A esteru Yii-in'a. Take
the 20,000 votes iiliovc iiame.l ami tlie ,'I.V
200 Union vote, of "Western Virginia, ami we
lave a total of f2,200-leavin- a K.-eessinn
majority in llio State of .ll.MH). Hut it must
bo remembered that all those vho voted
for eeceoBion east of iho inonntaU:n. did to
Ot tho point of the bayonet; while othera
preferred neccshion to eoenion and voted
accordingly. It is Kale tt) say (hat the real
eetitiment of Virginia id three to one in la -
vor of tho Union.
reports r-'eeretnries of the
ircaBiiry ana ar will Lo ioiuitl on the lii ht
j ao. Iho former gives us tho condition
our national iinancca, and llio latter de
tails, in a dear and condensed form, the mili
tary operation of the (jovernment thus far.
It jiays a just tribute to tho zeal and ellii-ien-tjr
of tho volunteers, und makes a telling hit
at tho rebels by the citation of a j-uHsago
from Floyd's report m Secretary of War, in
which tliat functionary, in treating of the
Utah expedition, dwells witb much force on
the, power and duty of tho Uoveriiwent to
uw coercion for tho suppreusiou of rebellion
lijtdtr all cli c-umiiUiiivvs.
The Great Rebellion.
Progress the Work of Suppression.
on tlie t It. Co. Solomon's eoinn ind, with n
nix pot n h-r on the ii;;lil, and a body of in
her, fwlrv bth'i.d the renter. The aitillery of
S-igd'n I'M o pei-.ed the lire with r-'hrapnells
and coon the rt.g :i;-; nn -nt bceanic gniei.il.
The rebels had no grape, and their in til lei inls
being poor, their balls Hew orr the other
heads. After two hours firing, the rebel's
artillery was etifrely cilenevd and their
raiiK.l biokei'. About !,.'(, 0 irbi I ravahy
ir. mteuipleil toi.nllli iu 8 -igcl and cut oil'
),;,. u:in, whic-li vat liin-e miles
j,.,,. w.It.,, n ,elro-ia dc iiiocineul was or
reae.e, ,,.n.,. 'n,,, (n,;n Was reached in good or
is Lj,, Krroundcd by infantry and artillery
,1 ,1,,, n treat continued till a point was
! !m' crossing the Missouri river lo join Jack
number i son s forces. Col. lWrtish in sent a dctach-
The wir hitolligerico of the past week lum
really heen exciting. Quito a iiuinhrr of
halllen havo Icon fought and victory Ims
every linm )Tirlied upon the t'ninn lunumr.
Tl in first we have to t.otiee is that of Cul.
Seii'l in M!Hiiuri, near tho KniiNiiH bonier,
whoso ilinl;imo from any ready iin ans uf
coiiuiiiiiiirnlliiii by t'ie wires will neroiint
for the lanhiirsn of the leport. ll ficeinn
that on the inoi iiinj; of (lie .Mil, Col. Hei;;i I
Willi II '.oi t'nli of Im'h re;j,ilneiil, a al t of t'ol.
Solon, on'n, and ten jiV-uch of nitilh-ry, in nil
iieur l.'.'utl men, ntliic.ko 1 u body of ll.flOO
li-In In limler t.en. lianm iiml .. I ursotw
iihotlt 7 miles ca'd r Cm l!i.i;; on tlm pva:
lie, The rebels were ponied on aiid;;ein
the prairie, with live pieces of in lilli'ty, one
twelve pounder in the center, two six pound
ers on the right and left, eavahy on each
Hank and infantry in the rear. t'ol. Fcigrl
approached within ftiO yardH, with fotircan
iimi in the center, a body of infantry ntid a
six poiiinb-r under Lieut. Col. Ilarnomleiilit I
reached where the road pase.cd through a
high bluff, on each side of which the rebel
cavalry were por.led in large numbers. Ily
a feint, as if intending In pass around the
bluff. Oil. S. drew the caidry in a solid
body into the road at a ilii-dancc of 'M)0 yards
h,,,,,, ,; i,Hi;;,,u, when bv a rapid inove-
iiienl of his art illrry he pournl a heavy cross
lire of canister into their ranks. At the
same lime his infantry charged at double
nuiek and in ten minutes the rebels scatter
ed in ever v direction. :"i riderless, horses
UlT(, eir,,iin d. and (io shot uuns. a number
of revolvers and howie knives were picked
up from tlie ground. Tim loss on the part
of t'ne rebels is slated to be over 21)11, and
the ground in many pl.n h was strewn with
ihcir horses. The loss 4u our side in esli
maleil at 10 killed and til wounded. The
retreat of ( 'ol. Seigcl is regarded as one of the
g ramie I triumphs in the annals of war. lie
continued his l elreat ba'-k to Mount Vernon
in regular order, where h cu I be support
ed by additional force.
We also have an account of a balile in an
adjoining eouuly to the one above reported,
thirty-live miles from Springfield, between
100 of our forces under Col. Wollf. and it
bout 1 ,r00 n bids. Wolff occupied a piai
lic. where the bailie he'iati, bill the rebels
retreating lo the woods, he followed, ami in
s':irmiishing in the timber, lost ,'!() men in
killed and wounded, he himself being among
t'ie wounded. The Ions of the leb-ki was
considerable, hut not defmit dy ascertained.
A messenger was then dispatched to Spring
field for rc-eiifoicemcnls. and the whole
force at that place imincdiali ly rushed for
ward, (leu Lyon was at l.cesville, Clinton
county, on tin- 1 till. Major Siurges was at
Clinton. Henry county, on the same day.--Tin
y expected to foim a junction about ten
miles south of Clinton the same night.
On the Itllh inst., the camp of the Federal
troops under Col. Smiili of the Itilli Illinois
regiment, near Moiuoo station and some lit)
miles west of Ii.wiiiil.il, Mo., embracing' oOO
of the Iowa ,'ld regiment, 200 of the Khh Il
linois an I il '.mi t lid of the Hannibal Home
(iltards, w i re attacked by I ,il)i) rebels un
der brig. ( ien. Harris. Although our troops
were surprised, they repelled the attack,
drove the rebels back, killing I, wounding
several and capturing 5 prisoners and 7
horses. Harris retreated to Monroe, where
another skirmish occurred, in which the
nbels were again repulsed. Col. Smith
then took up position and sent a messenger
for reinforcements. Three companies from
Main 'I li ri paired to the spot immediately,
and formed a junction with Smith's force,
w ho had entrenched theiusch es in the Acad
emy buildings. The rebels grouped about
over the prairie out of loach of Smith's li
lies. They had 2 pieces of ai lillery, which
were brought to bear, bu the distance was
so great that the balls w ere almost spent
before they rem lied our lines. Smith's ar
tillery was of longer range and did consid
erable execution. The light lasted till dark
and the last shot from Smith, dismantled
one of the rebel guns. Just at that moment
(iov. Wood, of Illinois, fell on their rear
with cavalry sent fivm luincy, completely
routing them and taking 7a prisoiu is, one
gun and a huge number of
20 of the rebels were killed. Not one man
of our forces was killed although several
weio severely wounded. Col. Smith is de
termined to shoot some of the most pivmi.
lient li bels.
A special dispatch to the St. Louis A'im
cnil from Jefferson City says that large bands
of rebels fioiii ii.ne. e and Callawav comities
: 0 ,i" 1 11111 - motmtein hovviu-
e;.s to m l in
enniunclioti vvitli innue guards
It) iitli ieei't ami iliive tln m
Lack. A niiu.i I uf eavnlrv was also sent
t'irvar.l on tivii. l yoiiVI. lt Hank, to keeit
(il'eti eiiiuitumieat'uni with liiiti.
We lime aii.i'.ln-r j ,i: nun ueenunt t'l.'in
Western Virginia. On the lllh in.,!., ( li-n-
! ral M vt'Ii llai i ordered I regiments, the Sth,
! "'"1 l.'ith Indiana vo'iintei ra, mid the
j 1lu 01,i'' l, Ffa-eed aluits tin" line of the
1 ""'heiist of the rebel entreuelu d eamp
I to '"10 1" verly read, where it cresses w
Mtuintain, 2 miles from the enemy's position.
w ith oidem tontl u-K the east wide of die
! works, (Ien. Mel lellan bi in prepared to an-
! Katilt the west ttide an mum as tiriii" should
anmiuiu-e the eeuum iieenu nt ef the atl.u k.
The capture of a courier who mistook the
roa l thi ou e,li the rebel camp for lhat of our
Iroopti, placed them in possession of the
particulars of tho movement. When (Jen.
Uosccrans rea. lied the llcverly road at 2 p.
in., alter a most e.vhaulinh' march over tin
luuuiiiains, no loun.t the rebels jioste. I upon
the opposite side of the road SOO slronn,
with 2 cannon holdin- a strone- position
partially lot tilled. An en",ae,emcnt imme-
took place nnd continued ?4 of nn
liwur, wlieu th nlels were totally rented.
with a loss of 100 turn, im hiding 10 officer.
About 7ft killed and u largo number of tho
wounded fell into our hands mid f0 other
prisoners. The rond was hot worn two hills,
(Ien. Uosccrann remained nt tho place of en
gagement all night, flen. McClellan Wiih in
position with his whole forco during Iho
whole afternoon, ready to inako the assault,
but heard nothing, except distant firing.
I' uly in the morning ho was proceeding to
plant, cannon on tin eminence rommamlii g
a portion of the rebel camp and preparing
to attack the whole nesl in front, when it
wai iiHcerlaiiied lhal the rticmy bad evacua
ted ih" place during tho night, moving to
wards Laurel Hill, leaving a few men, their
sick, all their tents, camion, and camp cipiip
ago and transportation. A l apid march wan
then Hindi! by Cell. Mef'lellall lo I'.everlv,
passing (Ien. I!r secran'n column on Iho road
with instructions lo follow. At Fevtily it
was aflccrlahu d lhat late in the day (lie reb
els at Laurel Udl had retreated, moving to
wards llomiicy. Fight were killed and 1(5
wounded on our side, two of Iho latter mor
tally. The 10th Indiana regiment did great
execution, lighting desperately and courage
ously. Col. Ihyaiil and Major Wilson were
slightly wounded, ('apt. Miller of Company
A, was mortally wounded, 1 aving the First
Lieutenant in command.
The Ld and 2 I Kentucky liegimenln were
ordered lo proceed by river last wee k, from
their camp mar Cincinnati, to (liiyandotie,
Va., to rout the rebels who have infested
that vicinity, under Iho leadership of the
notorious .lenkins. The 2d regiment, was
pul ashore live miles below the (own, to
march upon tle lown in different directions,
and prevent a retread ; but .feukiiis' pickets
gave the alarm, when the whole tribe run
like slu ep. About 10 weie captured how
ever, and will be taken care of,
Monday's ilispalehes report McClellan ad
vancing tepidly lo Cheat Mountain Pass,
The relicts are burning all tho bridges after
them as they run. Tho number of rebels
killed at IPeh Mountain is officially slated
to be l.'tl, including oilieers. Col. I'cgralil,
the leader of llie rebels at llieh Mountain,
surrendered his command, (100 men, lo (Ien.
McClellan at llcverly, on Saturday. This
increases the number of prisoners he has to
lake care of to nearly 1 000.
A special dispatch to the Jtlntlr, from
(ll'ai'lon, gives iho particulars of an engage
ment at Oirrick Ford on Sunday, between
the retreating rein Is from l aurel Hill, and
( Ien. 1 1 ili's command. The l llh Ohio and
7th and '.Mil Indiana regiments, only, were
engagoil- the. lorne. r sualaioMig the hrave.st
part of lire ami the only loss, which was (
killed, (larnett, Iho rebel gencal, was shot
dead in atlempting lo rally his men. 2."
rebels are known to be killed and a large
number wounded. The rebels are nearly
done for, now, in Western Virginian. It
seems that I'egraiu's failure at Kicli Moun
tain had a "iPghty cfl'ecl" upon the rebels
at Laurel 1 1 ill, and the w hole force, 1 0,0110
strong, commenced a rclrcal, lor the Cheat
Fiver Pass, where Ihey found (Ien. Hill
in force lo meet Iheni. Most of them will
undoubtedly find their way to the eastern
part the Slate, and join the rebels there.
From the vicinity of Washington we hear
of no movements of special interest, save
the continued eoiieeulralioii of troops along
the Virginia side of the Potomac.
"A Military Despotism."
The Oomocratio journals profess lobe ex
ceedingly fearful lest the mustering of volun
teers to defend the llovoriimoul shall result
in a military despotism. The (Vif.'W.'c truth
fully remarks that they never had any fears
of milila'-y despotism when .h lf .1 lav is
was raising- his troops and at tin-king the
( lovei nnieiit, wliiW it. w as passive. Put the
moment (he ( loverninenl declined lo submit
to have its capitol captured, they became
panic-stricken with fear of military despot
ism. Hut what are t!n materials out of which
this military despotism is to he constructed.
Our troops are volunteers, and the same
journals are fond of telling us that more
lienioc-r.le than Kepuhlicans have volun
teered, and more IVmocraU than Uepubli
caiiM are in the leading commands. Then it
seems that this military despotism which
Pcmoer.it ic journals apprehend is to be set
up by Pemoeratie troops and Pemocratie
(lenerals. Of course these journals did not
stop to put these two stories together, one
of which U.just as true as the other.
The Newark Amrrifiui says some of the
Southern papers are chastising the military
authorities of those states for their want of
vigilenee as proved by iho many times they
have been sitririsi'il and iio.-c for. Ander
son's move fiom Moultrie to Sumter was a
surprise; Slcmnier's occupation of Pickens
w as a surprise; Lieut. Thompson's char-re at
Fairfax was a surprise; tho capture of Camp
Jackson at St. Louis bv I.vcn was a sur
prise; the gallant affairs at I'ulaki, Philippi,
Uomney and Winchester were surprises;
and the Might of t!ov. Jackson, the conduct
of Price, and the running of rebels at lioon-
ille w ere siirpi ising above lucasiiic; but
the greatest surprise of all is that in store
for the rebel chief, Jeff. Pavis.
A Rebel Sheet Suppressed.
Oil Friday nniinin;; list, I'enr t't'itipanies
of Cel. McNeil's regiment, St. Louis reserve
corps, visile, I the S,'utt Jtmrii't1 otliee in
that city and tool; posst ssion of the printing;
apparatus, by order of (Jen, l.yon. Col. Mc
Neil pabliidies a proclamation lo the petple
of Missouri, staling that the suppression ol'
t'ie S'.itr J ittruu! was in c inse ineuee of the
jdvim; aid and c unl'ort to those in active
rebellion a;,ainst the l!u I'uiletl States (Jov
eiiiiiu'i.t, eucouia,in people to take up
arms against that ailtherity, to commit nets
of vioh'iice and oppression n;raiiist loyal
citiens, and by fabricatinj; false rejiorts re
apeetin; the I'nited Stales troops, cxeiiinv
dis.ill'ected citi.ens to commit overt acts of
treason with the view of entirely subvert
ing the Federal authority in tho Slate.
Denunciation 'without Gloves.'
! eontinue to "deuouneo him without gloves,"
I for an indefinite period of time. We are
Lorry b hear il. A denunciation with
Uloves would be bad enough, but a deuuu
diately eiation "without plovea" wly, no living
Presi.leut can ftand thaL
we worst kind
of denunciation in which a public journal
can indulge. Yet this is the kind of denun
ciation which the Cincinnati J'mjitirir per
mits itself to use u ilh regard to Mr. Lincoln's
conduct. The Kuuttirer declares that il will
Tho Providence Journal loams from goop
authority, that (Jon. Scott has not Huflored
liimitelf and will not suffer himself to bo hur
ried by tho clamor of newspaper correspond
ents, editors, ami others, to any steps which
his ( wn deliberate judgment condemn as im
prudent or premature. The army correspon
dent of the ('hris'iun Watchman and Reflec
tor relates tho following anecdoto of the
"Tho Lord bo praised for endowing one
man in this fast, bmitling .ngo, with the
graces of silence and alienee, liven the
Homeric Jove is not more sublime than (it n.
Scott at this hour, calmly gathering his
thunderbolts. Said n gentleman to him the
olherdav, '(icneuil, the people are impatient
for results. 'Yes, sir, I know it,' he replied,'
but Ihey expect successful results. War is
my profession; 1 have made it the study of
a life, ami I am not to old lo I. -in n. War,
sir, reijuii et; money, men, t'lue and patience.
And,' with emphasisPresident Lincoln has
assured me that I shall havcall these. Then,
more playfully, he continued, 'lo march an
army ami (hen retreat, consumes shoe leath
er, and that for tho body of men under my
charge is an important consideration."
They Will Not Run.
The Charleslon ('oitricrhun this paragraph
in its editorial c iluinR:
"Our boys will not run. They are brave
by nature ; they have been taught to depise
a coward. They realize the sacred nature
of tin; cause they are maintaining. They
light under the eye of the States they arc
proud to cull their mothers. They condemn
anil hate Lincoln's horde of hirelings. If
fortune should frown upon them, Ihey will
die at their posts, lielilcllsnlly will Ihey
obey the order to retreat, and sullenly and
slowly will Ihey retire from the field."
''Our boys will hoi run!'' Witness Alexan
dria, Harper's Ferry, lloonville, (Iral'ton,
Williamsport, Martinsbiirg, Rich Mountain
and Laurel Hill. Pon't they run?
A Spy Outwitted.
Tho circumstances connected with the
arrest of R. II. Alvery, a Maryland Seces
sionist, and another spy with whom he was
in communication, are curious and interest
ing: One night last week the ticket guard
stopped a man on the mail to I lagerstown,
who answered the guard's inquiries by say
ing that he wished to see (Jen. Patterson;
lie was instantly seized and searched, and
despatches were found upon him for the
rebel ( Ien. Johnston, to a Mr. Alvery. Mc
Mullen, one of (Ien. P.illerson'a aids, forth
with stripped the rebel s; y, diess - l one of
his own men in the rebel's clothes, gave
him Johnston's h-tler, and started him oil"
to nee Mr. Alvery. The dispatches, how
ever, had been nicely opened, eop'u s taken,
and linn reseahsl. McMuKen's nan was
received by Alvery. wl-o thus fell into the
trap most heantifiillv. Alvcrv uu'.'oMcd all
his plans, and gave him written ami v. er's t i
Johnslon'.s despatches. The sup. to led friend
conveyed Alvery 's documents lo (ien. Pat
terson. The arrest took place quietly the
next day. When Alvery was confronted
with tho documents and the indisputable
evidence of his own treachery, it is said he
was completely unmanned, and sunk under
the burden uf his guilt.
jpjSy-'I'wo ships of w ar, among those sunk
by Coin. Pcmlergrnsl, at Norfolk, having
been raised, and are found to be but litlle
damaged. The rebels are also fishing the
;'iiiis out of tho harbor, ami mounting them.
They are a little ruciy b it. otherwise per
fect. Com. Pendergiasl. has never yet been
aide to extdain the m tdvt s for his precipi
tate and ineffectual attack on te loral iuo-
pcrly at N'ovf ilk; an 1 w-: don b! if t'i'.y b--explained,
except upon ti e hypothesis of
real lour, and temporary suspension of the
t&yTlio Philadelphia ')? says that ti e
Prince Napoleon and his wife, alter m .ki'.ig
in Faslern tour, will visit tho Foiled States,
lauding at New York, thence to Niagara,
round lo Washing!. n, through Pit Isln-.rg
an I lianv.hurg; troni u remington v i n:ia-
elphia, through Rallimore, aatu to New
York, and finally, through Huston, to embark
from Portland. The time spent in tho slates
will be four or live weeks. The Prince wiil
travel in this country as Count do Moiml
foyd. ft?3r"Thorc is probability of a war between
Spain ami llayli. The Flack Republic of
fei s an asvbmi on her borders to the Dom
inicans who tlo hot wish to be "protected"
by Spain; and Spain demands that they
shall be sent into the Hay lieu interior.
llayli refuses to control them. If a fight
breaks out, we heartily wish tho negroes
fljsy-Tliere is an evident revival of busi-net-8
at the Fast and a brisk business there
is a forerunm r of a revival here. The Hus
ton Atli says lhat tho Norfolk cotton mills,
which have been stopped for live weeks past,
have resumed operations and employ 300 of
the old hands in the manufacture ot car
pets. feyt"-The most reliable accounts we have
of the rebel forces, estimate their number'
as follows: Organ i.cd 22.000; unorganized
12.000; total il I, (100. To this number must
be added about 1(1.000 for Virginia ami N.
Carolina forces, making in all say Ml. 000.
IWtY'T'he (lovertmient has very properly
determined to assist the indefatigable and
unterrilied llrownlow. His paper has been
designated by the Stale Department to
publish the law s of Congress lo be passed
at the present session.
tSv.y Jos. S. Reynolds of Indiaua. has been
appointed a Hri-.i lier-dent ral of Volunteers,
lie graduated at West Point in ISKI, bin h,
served only three years in the field, and h is
since been a professor in the Fniversity of
J-.irdt is reported by telegraph that in
Fredericksburg, Va., te.i is ;?2 a pound; and
it is stated that llie ri In Is have appropria-
ted the whole stiM'lv known a. (Jtn.iavwder
.. ,, , ,!
lor ll'.i" liiuuulucturc ol cartridges.
- ,,, i ,i .i . i-
fi-av ltw saul that the extraordinary ses -
sion of Coli;",rcss will not be protracted le-
VOlltl tlie 1st ol .u,;ust. 1 110 l.iea Ol so
short a ConpresHioual term is a noble one,!
worthy of (lie time is which we live.
-." The Milwaukee Zouaves have been;
j'l-isented with $M, (UK) infold by the t.everal
lanks and hankers of Milwaukee as a tes-i
tinioni.'l of the aeiii i -ciat'.on o
e.l' si I V ices
in tiucllin;; tho late riot.
t-j.i' Coup: ret-a is repoiie.l to be takin;.;
uica.surcs lor removal of all recession clerks
trom ol'ice, at the Capitol. This is rij.-,ht;
they should have been ousted Ion,; apt.
e;eiit!em;iii from lte.lford Springs,
Pa., states that llx-1'resident but hanau was
hourly expected ut that place, w here he will
pans the remainder of (he Summer.
ftej"-.Vt (he latest dates from Missouri.
("Jen. Price had disappeared. Tho seces
sionists were without money ami without
JtiaVFour thousand weecssionmts from
Kentucky are in the rebel service in Ten
nessee, and one thousand in Virginia.
ff-iyA reeriiitin;"; otliee for the Confederate
Army has been opened in Louisville.
A Spy Outwitted. NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS.
1 NO'I'F LOST. Tho undersiniud lost a note
1 jtiven by l.sskev, Prati Co., for the stun of
one biiudivd and titty dollars. Il was civeu Sept.
IS, IStiO, and bd oue endorwuieul uf flit, unl one
of i on the buck. Tin note w ill le of no use to
sny oue lint myself, nnd 1 will pay the tinder IUkt
ully by ntiuniiijj or einUnij it to me ut New West
mtd. WIM.U51 UCSS.
July l, lbl- IU
SCHOOL EXAMINERS NOTICE.
Tho llmint will I10I1I thoir nnxl rojnilnr nessionn
fur the exaniinnti'W of Tencliers, fullowgi
Fni-piirt, (iift Ttipmlar in Anpnst.
OiWil, lirst Ttir(lnjr In !ciitelnbiT.
lVrrjTHlmrjr, lirst Timidity in October.
Wont Millirrnrp, lirst Tuesday in November.
Howl injr (liven, first Tiiesdur fn Peci-mlnT.
IVrrvsttiirir. (Irst Tnosxlny In" January ( 1S'12 1.
In nihlitinn to tlie nstiiil cmiriio, Timbers will bero
after be examined in Anifiiean Ili-dm-v.
No applicant will boexnniined tvhoi'n not present
niiR'ttiiitly nt 9 o'clock, n, lit.
J. W. Woonnrnv, Clerk.
NOTICE, Notice i.i lureby piven Hint llio und
cr.iiKned linn h'-cn n'Hiii(ed mi nsslpteo of
tho iMiM'ily mi l cll'.:cts of (iuo. It. Krejts, lately
etig'igeii in' the btwitv'ss of merchandising in the
town of IViTvsbiifir, Wood county, Ohio. All cred
itors of nai l (ien. 11. Kreps lire re.piested to present
their tlauus to the assignee at Peirvsbiirg, Ohio, m
soon its possible. S, SPINK, Assignee.
July H, IH'II HwiM 2.".
ROAD NOTICE. Notice is licieby given flint
llio nonnty commissioners, of Wood county,
bare granted a'view and mirvcy of n c nutty ro.ui,
coiniiieneiiir past on the county line between Wood
nnd Ottawa counties, between sections 2 1 nnd 25;
thence west till it InterseetH the Crapn Mad .between
Fpclions 2S nnd 21 ami there terminate: Haiti viewers
imil surveyors to meet nt tlie house, of Luke Mnrsh,
on the 11th of August, isiil.
July 17tli, 1801 Ihv4
I.) OA I) NOTICE. Notice, isjioieby given that
V tl 10 comniisMionei's of Wood county. Ohio,
have, granted a view met survey of a county road
commencing nt tlie Wootl nnd Lucas free turnpike
road quarter post between suction 28 nnd 2t, Lake
tow nship j thence west to tho quarter post between
.ji'c'liiiiis 21) mill :tl), name, township : and that the
viewers and surveyors thereof will meet ut tho
house, of J. E. Harp'el, on tho lillt tlav of August,
lsi'.l. J. V. lIAUPEb.
July 17tli, 18fil llnt
r jETITIOJf FOll PARTITION.
William l'urk, Mariali Hark, John Hathaway,
Catharine Il.itlntvvn v, Joiintltan Cravs, Nathaniel J
t' f u 1 V. 1 ....
v i,n, iuiunrei .'I v.im.M, ,-siuiuci rule, Liniiiua i
Cravs, John Anderson. Ilarriet Anderson, Klintbeth !
Anderson, Cenrge Anderson nnd Ct'thaline Cravs,
win taue noncj unit 11 pelttion was lileil against
thein on the 12th day of July, lSfil, in the court of
common pleas, within and for tlie county of Wood,
nnd ,S lute of Ohio, by John 1 l!ell and Mary Ann
Hell, find is now pen ling, wherein saitl John 1 Hell
nntl Mary Ann Hell tl iniiitd partition of the follow
ing real estate situate in Wood county und State of
Ohio, to-wit: The south part of the south-west quar
ter of seetion number nine ( 0) tow n number live (5)
north of r.ingi! number twelve (12 ) cast, containing
ninety (!KI) iteres more or les : also the following,
situate in said county nntl state: being a part of the
isoiilh-w est part of tito south-west qti h ut of sec
tion nine (11) town live (5) north of range, twelve
(12 1 cast, bounded ns follows: ceinni titeteg at the
south-west corner post of the last ilese. ibed land:
thence north along said land to the cinter of I'or
tage river : thence down said river to the east line;
thence H-.uilli along said line, bting all that part of
I.111 .1 lying south of said liver, containing three and
n. halt acres nioro or less; anil that, lit lite
next term of said court, the John I' Hell and Mary
Ann Hell will apply for nil order thnt partition may
be nude of saitl premises. JOI1X I. HELL,'
MARY ANN BELL.
I'v I'ethii Hri.r,, thoir ntt'v.
July 12, IS.'il llw0.?7 0a.
pinrnoN ron divouce.
Andrew Snyder vs. Catharine Snyder.
The said defendant. Catharine Snyder, will take
notice that the plaintiff, on the Sili day of July.LSCI,
tiled his pel it inn in the Clerk's t.tlieo of the court of
common pleas of Wood county, Ohio, asking to be
divorced from saitl defendant, allo.lging as a cans?,
adultery with one C. liak -r, und gross neglect of
duty. Sai l petition will be for hearing at the Oc
tober term of said court, lSttl, which sits on the
2'Jth dav of said month. I'mcK & Joiinsox.
July S, lSlil l(lwt;$2 85.
Notice is hereby given tit at John Groves nnd A.
J. L tthrope, idniini.-.tr.itors of the Win. C. L.tthrope,
deceased, h iv e tiled in l'robale Court of Wood coun
ty, Ohio, their papers for final settlement, nntl the
same is set for hearing on the 2tlh tlav of Jnlv, A.
I). 111 . J. W. l'OE, l'ltitmte Judge.
June 27lh, lSiil OwS
O T 1 C li
Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will
be received until the first day of August, LSiil, for
the building of two new school houses : one in new
school dUlri.'t No. 12, and one in old school dis
trict No. 7 . Plans and Kpoeilications can be
seen at the elliet! of the Clerk of the Board of Edu
cation, PciTvshurg. A. C. Si'i i-oun, Clerk.
July 3, LSlil !hv3i?t 70.
'VTOTICE. The Coinnussloners of Wood county
1 1 have appointed 11. L. Wood, Thos. Con-ell,
George Dcnnison, Viewers, an I David Donaldson,
Surv eyor, to view, lay out and survey a proposed
count v road, coinnienViiig in the lindHhctwccn sec
tions II and I I: thence north on half section line to
intersect the Woodville ei. Toledo plank road, in
L.ike township ! said viewers and surveyor will
meet at the holts.1 of (leore Dcnnison, on the Llt'i
dav of August, lsi'il. 1'nrEit Cross jiax.
July I, lS.it - lh;t
IJETITION FOR DIVORCE. COl'RT OF
COMMON PLEAS, WOOD CO., O.
Eih. anor A. Bruer, plaintiff, vs. James Bluer de
fendant. The above named defendant is hereby notified
that the plaintiff has filed her pttiiion in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Wood county, Ohio, Alledg
ing extreme cruelty and ilrunUeness for more than
three years last past, upon the part of saitl defend
ant. Said cause will be for hearing at tho October
term, 1MI j and praying upon the final hearing of
said cause, she may bo divorced from said defend
ant. Pkicb & Johnson, nttys for plt'lT.
Perrysburg, June IS, IStil 7wO$3 05.
Notice is hereby given thnt a petition has been
tiled in this ollit e praying for the establishment nnd
constructing of a diteh commencing at or near the
foot ef the ridge south of the north-west coiner of
the south-west iiinrter of section Xt, town 5 north,
range 10 cast : thence north on the line of the road,
and crossing the same nt various points, to tho
north-west corner of the south half of the north
west iii. li ter of section 2S, s.iine town nnd range ;
thene.! to intersect the Root Ji Green ditch, so-called
; thence north-westerly on or near the present
line of s.tiil diteh, to intersect the Plain it Tontoga
ny diteh, so-called ; thence north down said ditch,
to or near the smith line of the improvement on the
Nibelung place, so-called. Also a branch to said
diteh coniin ncing at or near the north quarter post
of set-lion 3:t tifoi-eiMin 'd ; thence west along or
near the section line to its intersection w ith the main
ditch. Also a second branch commencing at or
n sir the north half quarter pest of the ii 'rih-cast
of said seetion .'i I; thence north to the 1 1.irt iti.iii
road : thence w est an I north-west along or near
tlie line of the present parity constructed ditch to
its intersection with the m.tin diteh, and that sai l
p tition w ill be for hoarim; on the Oih of August
next. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
An liter's Olliee, Wood county, O.
lVrrvslmrg, June 22, 1S'1 ",iv4.f7 li.
IT I'll LETTING.
v.,i;.... !,.,..., 1,.. . . 1 ... 1 it... o 1 .1... ..p 1 ..
...... ... .... .... 1... ,.i ....
gust next, at toe house ol Joseph Mitchell in 1 lam
! I.. ZJ . .., . ." ti ... v " ' .7. '. i "
liunolmi -.!! I. t 1. 1 Ihn ,, I I.. I I , . ... ....... ...
i near the center ot the north-west tptarter ol the
, s 'mli-eat tptart -rof seetion :'..". town a tiortli.range 1
1 m t..l!tt. .?... ,VOiif t w,.,t ,ilM. r f.,,.,.., uf.
of the sm:!i-west iiuarlerof slid section: thence I
i iionn some n r.'.is; lueiice west u ine west line ol
the s.ini." section: thence smith-westerly to the een-
. , ' . . cii',,,it it., i, , cv, ,' ., o. lll- ll II 11,1 ,
range: llienee West about (HI rods ; tlience north- !
westerly to the ridge road on the west half of the !
n 'ith-vvest qti liter of slid sectieii ;1 1; thence north i
on or near the center line ef tlie last mentioned tract j
to the north line of s.titl section III; thence west to .
tne north-west corner of the same section. The
work is divided mt, II sections . if UtUJ feet each. .
I. ink slopes 1 base tooue veitic.il. 1 he earth to
be rem .ved at least tl le et troni the slopes. i.tth
bottom 2 left. I lie whole to be conmleted bv
the 15th Noveinber next, to tho ncef ptanee of the
t . nutty Coiiinnssioiiei-s. Plan and specifications of
ti? hoi k cxtitoiici, .net eommtous oi sale ma.to
mi the day of s lie. Sale to continence at
10 or lock a.m. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor. ,
Auditor's Otliee, Wood county. O. I
I errvsburg, June Jl, 8w.$7 7.1.
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11 ll'II l.h rilNU. ,
I J '
Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of
August next, at the town of Milton Center in ood
coutitv, Ohio, 1 will let to the lowest bidder, in sec
nrat;" sections, the making of diteh No. ft, in said
coiintv, c.tuiiiiencin); on the Koundhcail road, so
called, about ten tods south of the Portage Free
Turnpike road, in Milton township, thence north on
s.ii.l Itomidhead road to the Milton and Montgomery
Free Turnpike road i thence west ou the last nam
ed road 30 rod to a ravine; thence dowu said ravitto
to Heaver Crock, teriuinatiu thereat. The work
comprises 57 aections of 'JO rods each. Wid'h ef
bottom 3 feet down to section 62, and from thence
to (Ue end 4 feet. Fallen timber und tloo.hvood to
be removed 10 feet from the center of tho stream.
The excavated earth to bo removed at least 3 feet
from the fctopen. and the vurth loii(f the road hi b
cast thereon. The whole to be completed to ihe ac
repiauee of the county contmi&sioiu r by the 15th
of November licit. "The plans and spenfeationt
of Hit work and terms of alo exhibited and made
know nun the dav of letlinff, AnmsoN Smith,
IVrrjabnrg, July R, 4Vl 10 w A,0. Aud.
GOODS & GROCERIES.
-yOTICE.-- To Elizabeth Sprague, Sprague,
Mt-Fadden, known nntl unknown heirs
f ,:,s. MeF.ttldtn, tlec, and Warren (iiif. rd,rhis
imkuown widow and heirs, place of resilience mi
nt known. V..n I, ...... I, v ,,tii,..a tl, ,t l.,l,.. XIM,..
countv. Ohio, the object nnd pravcr of which in le
kaown g.d fur,,,, is (d obtain from said' Court nn order to
assign dower to Mary McFadden, widow of dec, in
In lot .No. 20 in the town of Portage, and the omiit-
ni.ij interest in the w j of tho n-w M ot sec. 33,
town 4 n nth of range 11 east, in sird county, of
which decedent died, seiied and holding, und to
Kelt llu" u-llilt. r..l "st:ili. uiibi,,f. ii ttniil ,l.,u'.r tn
QBOCHUV AND PROVISION STORE
Low Price nntl It end? Vnj
Having purchased the entire stock of (JUOCEU
IK formei lv nwnud by Ooo. W. HollunDKckl will
AT THE OLD STAND,
Where, having replenished tho Stck witu largo
ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT,
am now prepared to supply the citizens of Perryg
btirg, und tuiri'nitnilinK cmm'tiy witb
Groceries nnI Provisions,
tho choicest kinds nntl at tlin cbenpest possible
prices. Those, wishing to purebnso anything in ntv
lino will (bid it to their advantage to give uio a call,
cvontltinjc lull will be
SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES
I have on band, also, a largo and woll selected
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which I warrant to give, satisfaction or no sale.
IfF. I IckI Ien! I havo on hnnd a large supplv
choice I.ako Ice, which may be obtained at ull
times on reasonable tcrnw.
All kinds of produce taken In exchange for
J. B. WEU1J.
l'eirysburg, Nov. 29, 1860-tf
jruVvc;ooiAT xi:w westithmii
An entire stock of New Ooods have recently boon
npeiierl by the subscriber, consisting of nil the vari
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
. I r ,
Putty, White Led,
White Pish, Cod 1- ish,
and numerous other articles on hand, to bo sold
FOR READY PAY ONLY 1
this is the onlv method which allows tho mer
chant to sell CI1EA.P.
will bo purchased or taken for Coeds.
A. E. JEROME.
X. Tl. I shall also be. connect-vl with the, Stor
age, l'onvnviling and Commission Busiii.MS of this
place, nnd hope to merit tho confidence anil appro
bation of the people. A. E. JEROME.
Ma v. ISO I I v.
E "W INSTITUTION
The pu'wribcr has established nn Agricultural
Machine Warehouse in Perrysburg. Ho will be
able to furnish the Farmers, and, nil others in want
of articles in his line, with any and every kind of
Machine or Farming Implement desired, oil the most
reasonable terms ; including in part of the follow
lvir'ov's American Harvester,
Ball's Reaping iin'l Mowing Machines,
Wood's Mowing Machines,
Hubbard's Mow ing Machines,
Pitt's Threshing Machines,
Grain Drills, Separators,
Horse Powers & Portable S'eam Engines.
Also, nil tho best stvles and patterns of
Plows, . Harrows,
Hrirse lines, Cnllivntors,
Shovel Plows, Subsoil Plows,
Thermometer Churns, Koad Scrapers,
Wheel-Harrows, Corn Shelters,
Fanning Mills, Straw Cutlers,
iMignr Iwnpoialor.s, t lover Uullers,
ltors." Rakes, Scythes and Suaths,
Shovels and Hoes, Cradles,
Sewing Machines, Wngnns, ic, Ac., lie
KVEItY VAHItTY ON
Fnirbank's pattern. And every description of
Wood and Iron Working nnd other Machinery nt
LOWEST PRICE. Call and cxamin. stock nnd
prices. D. KREPS.
Perrysburg, Juno 2 tth, ISfll- 8ru3.
Q O A I,
Only 75 cents per gallon!
Only 75 cents per gallon!
Only 75 cents per gallon!
Only 75 cents per gallon!
At the Drug Store,
At tho Drug Store,
At tho Drug Store,
At the Drug Store:
"Come all and try it,
And you'll e'er buv it."
PECK A HAMILTON.
T H E
Mrs. M. A. Carpenter would respectfully announce
to the ladies of Perrysburg nnd vicinity that she has
removed her Millinery Store to the house formerly
occupied by Eliza P, Jones, on Front street, where
there will found a beautiful assortment of millin
ery goods. Mrs. C. will keep constantly 011 Laud 11
large variety 01
lints. Caps and Flats,
In tact everything pertaining to tho millinery line
She isnlso prepared to Cut, lit nntl make Dresses,
: ' ' " .'. .' .. . ' ......ii.j,.
r'.,,.. ei,.,iu T.i.,...,..i 1 '..n.i, ... 'I. ,.1.;.,..
r.i eai-liing anil Crossing done to outer.
l.,,dies" will full it much to their iidvautare bv
. . ... . . . . .
pvinjr.mea eal beti-e piir.dias.ng e sew here.
April L'J, lSil -01 .Mi-s. .11. U. UAlil't.MEK.
U 1 O COkhEllK OF TRADE
pnf MrDPI T 1 VOTPITftTinXT
CIIARTFBKI), MAY, 18(51.
No. 170, Summit Street. Toledo, Ohio.
For further particulars, a ttlress
U. (!lK(i(UY, President.
h.in,adiii'i-of Jas.Mcl'ad'den.tlec'd.on thcTthof Jiuie,
M l.liU-1 his petition in the court ol Pinbatcof Wood
,,.iv claims against decedent's estate, nnd that said
petition is set for hearing in said court, tho 10th of
uly, lSt'.l. JOHN M MAII.VX, Adni'r.
t.KO. fTSAIS, attv.
June 19, 1801 8wl
Notice is hereby eiven that a petition has been
filed ia this otliee, pi ay ine; for the establishing aud
construct inj; of a ditch bt'i;inuiii; at point on the
lino which divides the north-west quarterof section
3i, town 5 north, ratine 10 east, 1S5 feet aouth of
Kid(0 road theiics south 82:i dejr. west 445 feet
thence south 73 ' ,' tlejf , west 708 feet to section line ;
thence south 705 feet thence west 13i feet to
bull uuartcr line j tlience south 659 foot to ceutcr
line of section 34 ; thence west 1 50 feet, lermiuat
injr in the Woodbury ditch, so-called, and that said
petition w ill le for h'earinjr on the 6th day of August
next. ADDISON SMITU, Auditor.
Auditor's Office, Wood oouutv, O.
IVrrysburg, Juno tl, ltrfl i M
GOODS & GROCERIES.
ET TUG WORLD BEAD.
FOR THE BEST fc CHEAPEST GOODS
00 TO THK STtHl Of
W. J. HITCHCOCK.
NKW 00O119 I
NKW HOOKS 1
NKW llOOIlg I
NKW OOODS t
NKW ooons I
NEW rBICES t
Tho largest stocks of goods ever off ored la this
market, embracing an aidless variety of article
STAPLE, FANCY AND FASHIONABLE,
In the selection of which no effort has been spar
ed to render it ns attractive as possible, is now bit
ing opened at the
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE
W. J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou
isiana Avenue, Perrysburg, Ohio.
QUALITY is the BEST TEST of CHEAPNESS.
Inspection and Comparison will provo that for va
riety, elegnnce, richness, cheapness, beauty and
quantity, this stock is unsurpassed by any now of
fered in the West.
LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS!
In this department great advantage mny be obtain
ed by close cash buyers, from the fact that the goods
ure boughtfor cash" directly of the eastern dunlcrs
nnd manufacturer, nnd ull imported goods arebo't
nt just what it costs to import theui, hence he can
ufl'ord to sell goods at
MUCH LOWER PRICES
than goods nre generally sold, which is an item of
prrat interest to the people of Wood county. A snf
llicient in (liiccmcnt, we take it, to make Perrys
burg the trading point.
HEADY MADE CLOTH 7X0 t
In this department, we have the largest and most
complete assortment in Northern Ohio. Made up
according to the latest fashions nnd in the most sub
stantial manner, warranted to give the very best
satisfaction, or no sate.
HARDWARE, CR0CER1ES, &C.
Those wishing-to purchase anything in this liua
will rind it to their advantage to pay my Store a visit
before purchasing elsewhere. Tlie nttention of tlia
public is respectively invited to mvextensivo stock,
feeling assured it will be time profitably spent.
SSProducc taken in exchange for goods.
W. J. HITCHCOCK.
Perrysburg, January 2d, 18C1.
Q.KAND OPENING OP
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Clot h in a,
Crockery and Gtasswaro,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC.
Ladles' Drcn Good8
New, Chaste, Kich and Elegant Patterns,
Just received by
A. G. WILLIAMS & BRO.
Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio
and Java Codecs,
Layer and Seedless Raisins, very nice, l'runer and
GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES.
Tea at SO cents, and $1 tea for 75 cents; try it.
Prime Live Geese Feathers,
Retailed from $1 ) lb up.
Mackerel and Cod Fish, Iooking Glasses, otc,
CLOTHING, HATS AND CAFS,
New Spring and Summer styles,
Strong and Cheap for Cash; for sale by Williams.
GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES
FOR. THE LADIES.
French Frinted Bareges, very cheap.
French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs.
Gingham Lawns, l'rinted Lawns, Printed Bril
liantes, all entirely new styles.
Mourning (jootls, Embroideries, llcrege do Laines,
Summer Dress Silks,
Linen Lustres, Yakncias, Foulard Silks, Marseilles,
Lawn Robes, Organdie Robes,
Grenadines, Challics, Counterpanes, Napkins,
Doylies, Damask Cloths,
RutHing, Edgings, Moreens, Flannels, Lace Veils,
Dress Buttons and Trimmings, a handsome assort
ment, all ne sr.
Bonnets and Ribbons, Misses' and Children Flats,
Parasols, the newest and richest out j Shawls of
Mantillas and Raglans; please call and examine be
for purchasing elsewhere.
Fisb I Fish I A good supply of all kinds odb.
stantly kept on hand at our store,
rrroduoe taken In exchange for goods.
X. O. WILLIAMS & BRO.
id door from Mas port ode.