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L'EBRYSUUllCr, O., THUllSDAY, SJflPTJCMBlll It 15.
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U I flW P2rAU MllfiV ftffiJVViU.rftY
ROCfcllV AXU PROVISION' STOItU
Low I lie is mill ttendy I:iy
TTaving purchased the entire stock of (IHOCEK
IEd formerly owned by Geo. W. llollenbevk,! will
AT THE OLD STAND,
.Where, baTrngreyleuisued the Siviji y itU large
ml 1 ..! . A i i . It . .1
ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT,
I am now prepared to supply the citizen of Perrys
burg, and surrounding country with
i-: . .-rr-v: r
Oroceiics and B'rovlsloiis,
Of Iho choicest kinds and at the cheapest possible
firicos. Tims': wishing to purchase: any ihing in mv
ine will find it to their a Ivautage togivo nu a call,
as everything I a -II will bj
SOLD AT THIS VEUY LOWEST PRICES
I have on baud, also, a lurgj and w ell selected
tockvf ' r
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which I warrant to give satisfaction or no sale.
let! I ii'Ki Ice! 1 have on hand a large supply
f choice I.ska lee, wliioli may be obtained at all
tim?s n reasonable terms.
1-sJjPAll kin Is of produce taken in ec,1iaiifr' for
gods. J. 1). YVlllifJ.
Perrysburg, Xov. 29, lROO-tf
jKWOOOWAT XKW vTt:STFlIiLl!
An entire stock of New Goods have recently been
opened by the subscriber, consisting of all the vari
ation of . . . ) ) ' ' :
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
Hats and Caps,
liar J ar.,
Putty, , , . White Lead, ,
4-Powdf, 1 ' "" "' '' Shot, ' '
Bonnets, , Furs,
Camfies,'" . cloves, !
White Fish, Cod lush,
Flour, ' Meal,- - ' '
and numerous other article on band, to be sold
FOIl ItEAUY PAY O.M.V!
as this is the onlv m-thod which allows the mer
chant to sell CHKAP. "
.liuttsr, ... . . J,id.
' j a Pelts,
II Mip roles,Ac.
w ill be purchased or taken for Goods.
A. I'. JKUO.ME.
N. II. I shall also bo connected wi'.h the. Stor-ac-
Forwarding and Commission lliisin.'ss of t : : i s
pi loe, an I hops to nurit tlu coutid. nc and apri
bati m of the pe iplj. A. E. JEKO.ME.
.'JAUMEIlrf, LOOK. TO, YOl.il .1XTEUE.STS !
Tlu subsrib.T is now ready to lii 'nish Farmers
with eitlu r i.f the two I) -st tS.-iin Drills in use. and
will warrant them to fcive entire s.i:iii!'.teticn. They
will sow Wheat, live, Parley, Oats, lli!cl;.vhea(,
Flax, Hemp, Timotiiy, Clover, .Miilet-aeed ; also,
Com, Peis and lie.ins equally w ll
It is, perhaps, the only machine a rainier can
W tUut : 4 r - -,.- .
.1 . i l,X. PA FOIl ITSELF!
in the inerois-' of yield, over and over n:ii!i, in a
year or two.
I have nimiid nice of testlmnnv showini; that tlic
increase of Di'illin over broad-east so inr, is on
an av . r.ici' from three to five lm.-siiels per acre,
ftn l the difference is often much preater. Put
taking t'.ie lowest estimate, (:S bushels) if you put
out iJ acres, it will pive yiiu increase of J 20 bush
els, which would pay for two Drills. Cull on tna
if you want a Drill, in preference to buying (if a
stranger that you m.iy never nee ajain, and if the
Drill don't prove poo 1, it will cost you all it is
woith to tret your in nicy back.
., In addition, 1 keep the v.-ry, besf makes of ;
Steel "Plows, " iSnhsoil 'Plowi,'
Harrows, Iloail Scrapers,
Corn Hiellers, Slr.iw Cutters,
. Clover Hollers, Horn liakcs, .
" '' Horse Pitchfork,' Fanning Mills,
Sewinfr Machines, Sujr.ir Evaporators,
Cider Mills, Th'-'rmoinr Churns,
"i Icr Presses, . Threshing .Machines,
fit ' Pitt's Celebrated Manufacture, and in short
everything a Farmer needs on ids farm to help him
through wijh his work and put moiiev inlo his
pocket. D. K'KEPS.
P. S. I have just received Gibb.s & I'ro.'s
Celebrated Cylinder Pluw. This is undoubtedly
tho lxst plow in this county or any other. It has
received the First Premium nt every State and
County Fair w here it has been exhibited, for its
good work and easy draught.
Call and s.-e it. No charge for show inp poods.
Perrysburp, Aupm t, Olh, 1SC1 Hm.'l.
Au experienced Nurse and Female Physirian, pre
sents to the attention of mothers, her
FOB C1MI.I1KEN TEKTIHNC,
li.l .1.. r.nii.:.... nA,w.n r u..
j, snftuninp the pums, reducinp all inllanimation will
allay all pam an l sji.isinouic action, ami is
SfBE TO UF.flTLATE THE BOWtLM.
Depend upou it, mothers, it will tivo rest to your
RELEIK AKD HEALTU TO TOUR ISFANT3.
. . It not only relieres the cliild from- pain, but hivip
orates the stomach and bowels, corrects aeidity.nn
pives tone an I euerpy to tho whole system. It will
almost instantly relieve
GlUHSa IN' TUB BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC
ond overcome conirulsima, wiiich, if not speedily re
medied, end iu death. We believe it the best and
surest remedy in the world, in all cases of Dysen
.tory and Diarrhoea in chihlren.whether it arises" from
teething, or from any other cause. We would say
to every mother who has a child suffering from any
I tf tho lo Jtfoiijji cuniuj.uuts-dojKit let you: preju-
I uiues, nor (lie ireju uees oi uiuei, simm uciuccn
you and your iilleriu child, and the relief that will
Desure yes, absolutely sure to follow the use of
this medicine, if tint ly used. Full directions for
j using will accompany each bottle. None genuine
,; unless the fac.similii of ( CUTIS A PEKK1XS,
Kew-York, is on the outside wrapper.
4 Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in , JJeuiciucs
i in Wood countv. :. i- i i . : '
! , Principal Office, 13 Cedar street, X. Y.
TRICK ONLY GEN 16 Pi.lt liOiTLK.
. April, 1801 4Wly, , , . , .,
Mrs. M. A. Carncnter would resnectfull" announce
to the ladies of Perrysburp and vicinity that she has
removed her Millinery Store to the house formerly
occupied by Eliza P. Jones, on Fruit street, where
there will bo fouud a beautiful assortment of millin
ery goods. Mrs, O. wil keep constantly on band
argu Tiiriciy oi
H ifs,' '
CaV and Flats,
In fact everything pertaining to tho rtjllinerv line.
She is also prepared u, Cut, Fit and make Dresses,
i inB,iiiin, iaiuiaaaii.1 I lol. n.n'a I'lol hmr..
Bloachinp and Prcssinr dono tuonter.
LAaies win nnu u wiicq to tlietr advnntape by
giving uin un uciurv f'm-cii.Hinfr msewnere.
ApHl K, J8Vl , AL. M. D.PAKPEMER
MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS CARDS.
joruNvi. ruixriNG o:r;ti:.
llavinp rcplonis'.icJ our olliee with new tyji's
thronphout, we are now prepared to execute Job
Work, such as Posters, t' lle Dills, Programmes,
Invitations, Cards, Labels, Pamphlets, all
kin Is Ulanks,lc. iu the mvsl satisfactory manner.
Orders filled at short uotiee, and ou reaonab!e
AtiVF.nTisiNO, lw 1m .tin Cm 12tn
Onosqusro .50 l.'. 2.r.i 4.00 fi.V'l
. column ; a.sw .u ".m ii.-a ij.hu
i column 4..H l.l.('t) 22.0 0.00
Ouc column 6.50 15.00 30.00 15.00 00.00
A deduction of 5 per cent, from the above rates
will be made for Cash.
The space occupied by t 'H lines of the type com
posinp the body of tho advertisement will be a
All Transient advertisements must bo paid for
in advance to insure publication.
Advertisements inserted wltn the mark, "tf," will
be rharped for nnlil ordered out.
When yearly n Ivcrtis-m nts are inserted four or
morerhanpes will be allowed.
J. W. HAII.EY, Prm.isiiRit ANn PnorniRTon.
Y I. V A X V S
j i: v v i: n o x
Attouvky at I. vw. ri:ur.vsm iii, Umn. oilier
in East en 1 of 11 lird II nne Duil drip. Will n tt: n I
promptly to all business entrusted to his care, tf
V. H. PAY. T. W. tU'TCIMSSON. J. V. I'll.l.AltS.
IV, IU:TCHIXX .t I'lLI.AHS,
ATTOHXKYS AT LAW.
Collecting and Ileal Estate ApetitH.
Will attend U'oinptly to all business enlruited to
their care. -Oilico over W. .1. Hitchcock's xtoiv,
IVrryslmip, ikhI t ounty, Ohio. Mil-iOtl,
.1 MKs MrilltAY. r. S. SI.KV1S.
V IS AY & I. K V IX,
Attorn k y s at I. a w .
Will ntt 'll I pivnipllv to nil Li pal business en-
iru;;ie'l lOtir'ircave in nirr.i u iiina. wnicc in im?
Perrysburp Hand Duildinp, Penysbmp, Oido. tf
It. It. 1K1IWJB. J. 11. TYLKlt.
I V. K T Y 1. P. 11.
Attohneys at Law. IVrrvsburp, Oldo.
Particular attention paid to Cnnveyam ii'.p and
.lotmiai iMisutess. iso, or sale, larpc oil unities
of Laud iu Wood and adjoining counties. '00-tf
ASIIIIU COOK. . J. V. I'KU'E. B. W. JOHNSON.
CtooK, rniCM i .joiixsox,
' Attoiinkys at Law, Perrvslmrp, Ohio.
Will nromiitlv attend to all l,aw liusiness entrus
ted to th.ir care. II tvo for sale l irpe tpi unities of
l.uul, melii ' well unpioved tarms, which til be
sold on easy tenuf. 00-ItI
i: O K C 11 H T It A I X .
V Attoiisi:y At Law, IVrrvslmrp, Ohio.
Vitl attend to all business entrust"'! to Ins car
in the several Courts of Ohio. Ollicu with .It 1m
Hates, 2nd jtreet. 'OU-ltf
i) u t i J it is i: ii I. ,
1 Attoiss::y at Law, am Notary Prune.
Will attend promptly to all business intrusted to his
care. Uilicc m the Court House k:i i i nk, 1 rice A
Johnson. Nov. 2, 1 SCO 1 v.
II . I ) II .
Attoknky at Law.
Napoleon, llenrv Count v. Ohio.
Will promptly all mi I to all business entrusted to
his care in on I an I adjoining counties.
Otlije in H.ily and Johnson's brick, Perry street
Anpust 1 1 IS'il l.iyl.
,i . ii t : i, !, s ,
liowlinp Green, Ohio.
. H . M n I T II,
'HYSICIAX AND SIKGEOX,
l!o".vi.i;:! G;:Ki: ', Wood Coiuitv, Ohio.
All rails will be pn n ptly attended to, both day
and nipht. 'tl'.l-ltt
! t3 o ir w s:.
C. I:aH;. PiiontiETon,
Perry i'viivp, Ohio.
I'lUlYir:iU:iU; M,AMX MILL,
and SASH FACTORY.
DANIEL I.INDiKY. PitoiMtiKTon.
Manufactures to order, mi l keps constantly on
uan I, a pciioral sunply ot
Doors, S is:, Blinds and Vi'indow Shades;
Pine, Wiiitewoo l mi l Ash l'loorinp;
I'ine and Whilewood Doof.s.
All kinds of Planmnu done to order. Order
pnmitly filled at Toledo prices, or, iu soni rase:;,
below the, in. 'o0-tf
J E W E L R
Carefully repaired by
W . F . P O M E R 0 Y
At pEiiKYstifBO Bask r,L'u.i)isa.
UIO COLLEGE OF TRADE
; C1IARTERKD, MAY, 1801.
No. 170, Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio.
For further particulars, address
U. OHEGOIIY, President.
II A N 11 S P K I N OPENIX G
is now receiving bis first stock of
S PRING GOODS
wnicn were BOfcni at tanic tkices !
STYLES ARE NEVv"
and beautiful, and will be sold at
ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES I
Maumee City, 0., May 8, 18(51.
DIIUG.S, MF.OICIXUS, PAINTS .VXD
A. J. Gahdner Co., Druppists.
tlilead, Wood Co., Ohio.
Hivo received a largo stock direct from New
York, consisting in part of Paints id' all kinds,
l.issniii), I ASNKits, .Machine and Coal Oils, i t ii
MTt'itK, Coaqii, Dhmak, and Jai-an Vaknisii.
Paint, V'aknisii, Sash, Wuitewasii, Suui'miing
and Lamp IIhysiies.
Dye Sti vt, like Joseph's coat, of many c dors.
Glass of all Sizes, PrTTY, Sasi and Kmkiiy
Patkr. Triti'ENTiNB, Alcohol, Castor and Uw-kkt
On-s, English Currants. Prunes, Tumaiinds, and
Haisens, Spice, Pepper, Cinnamon by the tb. orniat.
Ginger, Cloves, Groiml and Extract of Collee,
Choeidete and Cocoa. Starch by the lb. or box.
A lino assortment of Perfumery Soaps and
A large assortment of PfitE Mf.iicis::s and
Chemicals, and Tildeu's celebrated Medicines for
We are selling a tine article of Coal Oil, free
from smoke or smell, at 7 jo per gallon.
Lamp from five shillings Ut two dollars.
We believe in the principles of Popi lar Pov
rkuikty and Pay as you go, and shall hold our
Stock strictly for Casu or Keaoy Pay, and will
take all kiuds of Grain and Produce iu exchange,
Patbst Medicines or bvery kind.
Gilead, May tt, 1601 tf.
XTOTICE. The undersigned have been duly ap
il pointed administrator and administratrix
Jacob T Wyckotr, lute of Wood county, Ohio, de
ceased. All persona indebted to the estate are re-
quosiea niake lmmeuiato payment, ana tiiose
jnfi, .ioiin r, APGEK,
Ww ' ' MATILDA WYC&OFF.'
MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS CARDS. Perrysburg Journal.
J. W. BAILEY, Editor.
To the Voters of Wood County!
To the Upholders of the Union and
To Republicans and Democrats One and AU !!
Rally to the Convention at Bowling Green
on tho 14th of J?qtenl'cr. .Tho interests
of your common country, the interests of
your Plate, tho interests of your county,
dennml voitr utteiuUince, niul tho exercise
of your fieo unletteveil jmlment in the
tiotiiitiiitioti of men for olVicc, irrespective of
party or cliiiuc.
The War of the Oligarchs.
It litis Lecn truly euitl that tho inyue of
thi iv ur in, ivhether t'.ie uoveinment of Die
lieople can be mttintaine l iitruinsl the mililnty
tlespotUin w .iie'i hu3 Leon iiiuiio-urati il iu
the Southern tMntes. llt.M, unsonirulor.s
ati'l (letennineil, the Cotton lvinP-s litivo re
solvc.l to Inenl; up this (,vei liliieiit, to j;et
riil of t'.ie tiii ilV niul to eiU;ildish u t-ituul
slave oligarchy which tliey lmpo will jcive
tliein ti:i empire, fotuuleil uiusn a Ittmleil
aiistooraey biipperteil Ly nejjro Kervituile.
Under the Constitution of the United Plaies
tiieo Cotton KinB were secured in Iheloptl
losessioii of mi enormous: inoisobly ol ne
ro servitude. One man in Simla Carolina is
s i'ul to lmld four thousand slaw s iu his own
right. The li.tronial priviloou of thei-e
kiii:1il:i of the ifmt'i are far greater than
those of any Ilm's'ati prince, or iiohicmau, for
they hold t lie hoaies and lives of tlu se lioro
serfs under their absolute control. These
mighty barons have governed the republie
and have j;iveu law s to the nation for seventy
years. They have educated iheir sons at
public cxpeiise; they have filled most of tho
ofii.-es of profit ; ihey have controlled the
in lin avenue to honor in tho nation, and the
North has meekly bowed its head to litis
domination. No people of tho earth have
enjoyed tho samo exclusive, exulted and
monopolizing i rivilege that our Huuihcrn
brethern have for two generations. For the
first time in thirty six years tiie Souihern
oligarchy were defeated in a Presidential
election, upon an issue made by themselves
iu the repeal of the old Missouri compromise.
The question wan w hether free labor had a
right to occupy free territory north of the
lino of the old compromiwe. Abraham Lin
coln we elected in J Slid to (ho same oilico
that. John Quiney Adams laid been elected
to fill in 1 82 1. All the President:-, preceding
Adama, but one, where Hon thorn me!-.
Virginia had furnished the navy with more
post-captains than common sailors. In line,
tho army, navy and civil lirt of the republic
have been for nmro than two generations at
the, disposal and under the great slave oli
garchs. Ilred in the lap of luxury, fattening
upon the great salaries of office and the la
bor of four millions of slaves, these barons of
tho sable cross could nol brook tiiat the free
white labor parly should be represented in
the republic even four years in half a century.
Rather t!i;;n Buffer tho indignity that free
white labor should have a voice in tho ad
ministration of public affairs, the slave oli
garchs decreed the destruction of the re
public their motto now is, as heretofore,
"We rule or ruin." Let no man bo deceived
by the syren songs of tho cotton kings!
This is a war of the slave oligarchs against
constitutional representative government
having for its object tho overthrow" of the
best republic on earth. The people must
awake to this fact and buckle on their armor,
for if the cotton kings triumph in this war
against free labor and free government, our
liberties uro gone forever: and tho night
of despotism will closo upon us and our
country forever. .May (Jod forbid it!
Deserting the Sinking Ship.
The reliable and uncompromising Democ
racy of the editor of the Cleveland Plain-
Dealer, J. W. Cray, has never been question
ed. When the soundness of other men was
question, ho was always deemed above sus-
ptcion. .And true to tiie old rule, "Hie parly
right or wrong," he put lip tho Democratic
ticket at tho head of his paper, ami accepted
tho platform, though it was evident it did
not suit him. I'ut tho Committee, at their
last meeting in Columbus, in. masked tho bat
tery, concealed under their Convention plat
form, and thereupon tho Plain Dealer pulls
down the ticket, and repudiates the platform
and the men nominaied under it, or over
until they also repudiate it. In speaking
this movement he says:
The candidates on this platform, or under
it, (ire honotable and true men. Ilarrisi:i
withdrew and then came platform No. il.
which appeared in our paper !:-.( t night, and
we cm) alically repudiate, and ever man on
the ticket, till lie emphatically repudiated it.
If what is called the Peoples' move, is at
last shown to be in bad faith, and the genu
ine war MisUiu'iij; Democratic soldiery is
"sold out" or g Hired, we will nhoulder our
old fihot gun ai.d start for the Kanaw ha.
Our politics run that way tLiH year anyhow.
Both Coward and Traitor.
Capt. V. W. II. Davis, of Ducks county,
Pennsylvania, who commanded a com
pany of three months men under (jen. l'al
tersoii, made a speech last week, tit a Union
meeting in that county, in which hegtue
an account of his campaign on the upper
Potomac, under Hen. Patterson, proving
conclusively that ho was fully ublo to havu
detained Johnston and his rebels at Win
chester, ns ho hal been ordered to do, und
having failed to do this, .through cow
ardice or incompetency, tho great battle
Maunsses was lost. Capt. Davis stated that
Gen. Patterson declared, in the presenco of
his men, that ho was afraid to approach
Johnston's camp at Winchester, though he
had over 17,000 clnc-tcnt men ut his com
mand, lie considered Patterson entirely re
sponsible for the defeat of the l'ederal at my.
The truth is thus getting out little by little.
It comes out slowly, but none tho less cer
tain and possitive.
K,Tho rebel commandor is about to
8eem to indicate that rebels have something
I fear from the Union men there.
Mr. I'm vri n: I tew was at the Union
Cone ishun at Polin (item en aturdav ;l.o I
"Dt ultimo, (X ll, this is a klassicle expres
sion, meei'.tn the last day of the last mitnth,)
and purfessin as I div to be a strafe haved
(X H, i.o i lushun is hear made tew niggavs)
I'nun felhr, 1 with I rutlmr l'.tbin AUcyn
didn't like nil the pn'M'ilen. Them ceuvt
lions fillers ray tier took the Match out of
us fellers w huts bean wnt.tin clTis so long.
In the mane, things v i i t oi f well einilY; but
I pay let wni feller ocupi the lh nr at n tyme.
I didn't like the wnv thav called fur Mr.
Question, Question, and Mr. Time, Time,
when ov.r nspiren fiend Sunshine was in
litenin us with his fatigittg ami brilyent ef
fotirts. Now 1 wnii't r.o ways pcrticlar in
terestid in brutl.ar Sumhiue. ixcept ns he
an 1 onet had a swine dicker, in which 1
cum out "d be t. Hut you kno us well as 1
or "any other man" that grate men t-j ring
fn;m t mall beys. "Tall oaks frimi littila
Korns gro," sa's the t-criptur. Yis Mr. Kd
dytnr, Ti in Corw in wan ma t a miil I oy and
leint his (re id at Ike Pearl M ils. Ale I.in
koti onet i litf rales and run a I'al lote on
the Mawn.te liver; Dan Wol sluroi.et Und
id Mabel fur L. Kevk, and Dug-las was i net
a cabtiut maker's apprenlis and w as employ
ed iu makin patent corn shelni !', whal tdield
corn fur the cob; and why, Mr. lidintur.
why, I repeat it stir, why may not a sUFpeu-
"cu hog ileeler ri.o to tr.e em:ni ie ol ros
ecuteii alornee in this wm Id ?
"0 wud emu power the f.ifiw pie us,
To sea oursehs as ntlKf see us," ,1e.
The grate, glorius and it spin n motto of
the risin age is, "multum do parvo, e-plure
bustibus, CMeieem" in in am, which itieens
" go it while yel" yui g, root hog or dye"
the latlins wur sumw hat h nglliy in their es-
prestihuus, as you oln-arve.) In suivayin
the broad field of natur at the Convenslmn,
Mr. Kddytur, the next thii.g wurthy of no
lis what met mi aumyrin eye was lite obese
form ol our frei.d, "ike l-'uthur of his Cuntry,"
(this cxpt csshmi is irouiele.) altho' he is the
falhur of a nuremtis an hausuiti proginuey.
Thar he stood under the unibiagiov.it shade
of a w ide spredin basswiul, us lively and
faithful) as u clerk in a brick yard, l-aapin
tally on the end bol d of au old waggon.
Thar he wur, Mr. IMdylur, (hat veiturablo
broil brimed hat settin so graeeftiiley up on
top of lushed, jist like a big cubage leef over
a newly set tomatur plant in hot welhur
his ambrosial locks ever and ur.on shakin in
tiie genlel bn a-.'e. (N D, this is virgil.) Now
I didn't like it olio bit when old brod brim
declared "in acksenls mild:" "I object, I ob
ject," that the mealin didn't pay more atten
sLuii to ltis klarion voyce. I lay on the
gras, sum diManz fiuni the cheerman's wag
gon, and wus then very buzy eatin watter
milliot.s, (an implo-nieunt whtit I allers ful
ler wilh assiduity til Ibis scasuu of thoyeer.)
und theiefour cmhi't lly to the title of my
broil brimed field. I cudn'i helj) (hinkin
us I lay that" on the gras, gaspin fur brefh,
between a large waiter million on won side
and the fellar who sold it on the other side,
(which fellar by tho way wits wtite-iu fur
his pay fur si. tie wa'tur million, and who in
u:rc of Mr. U Igi.r Poe, 1-lsq.,
'Still is waitin, still is wstilin,
And may wate forever nnar,"
for the Btibseriber was then jest 10 clc. short
of any kind of change.) 1 bay 1 didn't help
thil kin w hat a pile of eawsuge meet wun
wast in undear that brod brimed hat. Won
der if he t pilcs any to i peak on in this hot
welhtii? Kit in fellers tay he is spile-in and
the spile spots begin to kinder tdiow Ihru.
Them Cellars al Polin Creen, sum of em said
he was most an orful smart fellar; they sed
thai he leeds the barr at Perriesbug an duz.
a large buzcnesa in ralerode and ralpec
cascH, an-so--ilh. Now aint it a pitfy that
the Convcuvliuu Khud go and reckomend
Judge Whifely to the. woolsack, when in the
iimnorlail word of this emincant man, "we
iipprehcaud he fales tew pea the pint in tho
argymeants of eiuenet geiiteihnim. Now
as I sade al'our, Mr. I'lddytur, I'm in fur the
Union fust, last an ali the tyme, but it is agin
my i'ealins to sea age and bewley so disres
pected, in wud koiinley.
I am ubtl tew bea sir yours &.e
DRY AS DUST, Jr.
IV s. I hecred euiii feliurs say that now
cinse the Convenf-hun the "indysiicndix" is
abowt tew kloze out its Mok iii traid, fur
want uv tymber tew run as candidates fur
oi lis this fuhll; and sum say (hat they sware
if the Coiivenshe.n whafs goin to meal next
Saturday in llolin Clrcen dont put in fellars
what suwfs them, tin u thay are goin tew
leeve tlio ConveiisliUii and tlaiy and Paiks
is yoin tew jine teems an run iiidepemleut.
as D. Jr.
Scene at the Depot.
An amusing scene occurred yesterday tit
the depot, ou the arrival of the special train
of earn at Ii o'clock, from Cincinnati, con
taining l.'C soldiers id' the regular army
from Newport Ilarraeks, on their way to
Washington city. It appears that a Corpor
al in tho company met a woman m (. aiein
luili before embarking, whom he called his
wife, and so informed the captain. Tho
captain was unwilling to take Iter along,
but in the meantime her faro was paid to
this city, and of course she was entitled to
come this far. Tho corporal told some of
his comrades that on reaching Columbus, if
the captain refused to take his wife ho wo'd
desert. This was communicated to tho cap
tain, who telegraphed to Mr. Do Wit, the
polico cfiieu' of the depot, to have a pair of
Irandeiills in readiness on t no arrival ot tlic
cars, which was done, and the corporal was
secured, and his wife ejected from tho cars.
The fellow plead hard, ami tho woman re
mained at the window. His irons were tak
en off in order that he might bid farewell to
his wife. He offered her nl! the money lie
had, but she refused, deelairing her inten
tion oi going uloitg with him. tehe remain
ed at tho window until tho cars started,
when she made a desporato leap, seized tho
window, and her husband seizing her by the
arms, succeeded in pulling her through tho
window head foremost, when the cars were
in motion, amid tho cheers of the multitude
who had assembled. The captain was at
that time in another ear, tin.l did not wit
ness the 'finale.' This devoted woman ougnt
to bo suiloiod to go. iSiwu Juurmtl
tiy-Tho Bell party in tho Ftato of New
York have resolved to lay aside all party
considerations, and o tor sustaining tho
country iigiiinti the rebels,
From the Louisville Journal.
From the Louisville Journal. The Order of the Knights of the
We are not prepared to say how long the
tho Order of tin- Klcghts "of tho tiolden
Cirol has been in existence. It never as
sir.ued, iu public estimation, niueh impor
tan -e, until the springing up of the gicat
question of I'niou or Disunion in our land.
It is believed to have materially changed
its character since then, and certanly it has
played n'l important part in th pl tii td
ufVairs of tlu? nation. It is an intensely Pit
miion Concern. 1's members bear the same
relation b other Disimionisls that regular
soldiers do to the militia. The tvsoeiation
is uphold and applauded as palriol'c and
nol le, bv the whole ilismuoti
where. F.vorv iiiipreealioti made against
it is resented by the Disunion press as a
blow tit the Disunion cause.
The success with which tho Knights of
the (1 olden Circle have kept the secret ol
their o.der ha-t been a matter of wonder to
many. Tiie Ch'el' of the Order has protend
ed to publish all the written portion of the
KM n il or Kintals, hut we knew porfeolly
well that he was attempting fraud upon the
community. Hundred) ot member of the
Order have swum diia ll'ul o.il'.is that th'-y
would kill any tmc of their fellows who
should dare to reveal, and any editor or
prin'er who should be guilty of publishing
their mysteries. Probably tho knowledge
of these oatiis has kept many persons silent
who felt that they were under a solemn
obl gation to their fellow men to speak what
they know, l'or ourselves, we care not for
their threats. A public man is miserably
unlit for his station if he hes'lates to do his
duly, ntid trust the consequences to (iod
and his fellow man.
We have before us all the secret docu
ments of tin- Knights of the Cohlcu Circle.
That they are authentic we give our solemn
assurance as an editor and as a man. We
proceed to publish such portions as will be
u correct and full idea of the plans and pur
poses ol tilt! Oriel".
1 here are Circe degrees to Hie writer: I lie
first, MUilary, the second Financial and the
The Kituul of the first degree contains
little of special importance. We will here
lu'cniit-e that tho reading of the Kituals is
entirely unintelligible' except by the use of
keys, a great many numerical ligures being
substituted for words. We are in posses
sion of tin- kevs, and, iu what we publish
ol tiie Kituals, we shall give it lust as wi
I'm I it, putting in parenthesis the meaning
of the figures. The following paragraphs
are from the obligations taken by the treas
urer, and those of the second by au otliecr
called the I aidant.
.VVm.-WiV. (ientlemen,we must now fell
von that the fust field of our operations, is
L (Mexico;) but we hold it to be our duty
to ofh r our services to any Southern State
to repel a Northern army. 'We hope such a
contingency may never occur. Put wheth
er the Viii'oii is re-constructed or not, the
Southern States iust foster any scheme for
tho Americanizing and fc?outheriiiziiig of 2
(Mexico,) so that in either case our success
will be certain.
Ciijtii,i. Under the laws of 2 (Mexico.)
every emigrant receives from.tite State au
thor'ilies a grant of (iIO acres of land. Un
ibr a Irealy chocd wilh il (Manuel Dodla lo,
Coventor of (Juannjiiuto,) on the 11 III of
February, lHiO, we are invited to colonize
iu '1 (Mexico.) to enable the best people
there to establish a permanent government.
We agree to enter a force of 10.000 men,
armed and equipped, and provided, and to
take the field under command of ,'i (Manuel
Dodlato, (lovernor of V, uanajuato.) who
agrees to furnish an equal number of men
to be oiiicorod by K. (1. C.'s. To cover the
ori' iNil expense of arming our forces, there
is mortgaged to our trustees the rigid to
collect one ball" of the revenue of 4 (i uan
ajuato.) until we are paid the sum of tft-Mtl,-000.
As a bonus there is also ceded to us
:i."i(;,iHI(l acres of kind. The pay of the army
is the same sis of tho regular army of ''
(Mexico.) which is about one-eighth more
than thai of the United States. To secure
this, there is mortgaged "to us all the public
properly of I, (tiuanajuato.) amounting, in
titxable'value, to S2:i',0ll(),(l()0. 11, (Manuel
Dodlado, tlovernor of liiianajuato.) is now
there, making arrangi incuts for our recep
tion. AVe shall cross over as r.oon as possi
ble after our Northern troubles an: settled.
We presume that Mexico will feel herself
under obligations to us for this exposition
of tho designs always entertained toward
her by the Knights of the tloldoti Circle and
their accomplice, the tlovernor of (luanajuato.
We will now add the following from
the Kitttal of the first degree :
Gtjittiiii. I will now give you Iho signs,
grips, password und token of the fu st degree
of (he K. C. 11. Of course a misprint for
K. (I. ('. This degree has a name which I
may now give you it is the "1," (Knight of
t!u- Iron Hand.) The first great sign of the
order is thus made, 7 (hands open, palms
louch'ng ai.d rei.ting on top of head j lin
gers pointing upward.) The answer to this
is 8, (open hands, touching shoulders where
epaulettes are worn, elbows closo to the
side.) These are batlle-lield signs, and are
not to be used under ordinary circumstances.
The common sign of recognition is!), (right
fore linger drawn across the upper lip, under
the nose, us if rubbing.) The answer 10,
(with loro linger and thumb ou left ear.)
To gain admission to a Working Castle, or
the room of any K. (1. C, give 11, (one dis
tinct rap) on the door. The sentinel on
duly will then demand the countersign,
w hich is 12. L-iOI.DlflWS, alw ays lettered,
except at Castle door. You will tin n pass
the center of the room and give the true
sign of the Iv. (i. C, it is l.'l, (left hand on
the heart; right hand raised.) This will be
recognized by a bow from tho captain, whin
von will at once take your seat. The sign
of assent is 11, both hands up:) of dissent,
15, (one hand up.) Tho grip is 10, (press
with the thumb one inch above the second
knuckle.) The token is 17, ((olden Circle,
encasing block hands closed on stroll ; tho
whole to be the size of a dime.) Kvery
member may wear the sign of his degree.
And now, reader, you know as much about
the signs, grips, tokens, Sec, of the Knights
of the (lolden Circle as they do themselves.
We mav Iwre remark that the initiation iVo
for the 'first degree is 1, lir tho socond So,
for the third ?I0.
From the second or Financial degree wo
need give but liltle. The following is tho
closing part of the initiation I
Ciijihiiii. Tho head quarters of this or
ganization are nt 2.'1, (Monterey) where most
of the stores anil munitions are to be depos
ited. Tho Financial headquarters aro at
; Col. J. M. Scott is at present Financial
C'tijitaiii.l shall now Rivo you tho un
written parts of this work, and trust you
will be careful in its uso. If a general war
ensues we shall dispense with the first de
gree and rely on this ami tho third.
Name 13, (True Faith;) sign 25, (fore fin
ger und thumb of tho right lmud joined,
while with the rest of the band open, tho
right eye is touching with the middle linger,)
answer 26, (same with the left hand and left
eye.) Password, 27, (Monterey.) Night
word of distress, ,'1'J, (t, Mary!) response,
'M and say g. (gra-q Ly wrist r.ud say Kio
liititi le;) emblem 211, (gold circle encasing
lireek cross iu center of which is a star.
This is the 21, key to our "0, (.eeret alpha
bet. Use of 3:i, "K. ;. c.;" re,, o,.. Ui. k-
ley, guard sign, b, 2d gold circle encasing
Creek cross, in tho center of which is n star;
silent, 2o, (fore linger and thumb of ri -lit
hand joined, while the rest of the Imnd
open the light eye is touching wilh the
middle linger on tho hps;) danger right
same with loft.
lna circular headed 'Volunteers Wanted,'
and dated headquarters American Legion
K. (i. C, Clarksville, Tenu., July 20, 1SG1,
President Hiekley says:
Desiring to organize a Volunteer corps of
Ketituekians, I hereby issue tho following
proposition. 1 will accept of every coinna
ny that shall be tendered mo at Clarksville,
Tetm., on or before the 2."lh day of July,
iMil. Thio force will act as an Independent
corps, to bo employed on the bolder, and
will receive the following- pav:
If necessary, this force, which is already
teeepted, will ho used in aiiv locality where
the enemy may be found. All companies
will report to me at that place, on or before
the 2,'ih dav of July next, at which lime 1
shall form mv caino of ittsinit tion. to be
under a competent and experienced corps of
Owing to the cxistint: war it is not alwavs
possible to get lei let s from eorrospondelils
by mail, ami under these circumstances, it
is perhaps boiler to jdace all letters of value
iu the hands of an l.press Company. It is
exceedingly desirable and important to or
ganize tiii St ile ot Kentucky belore the
August elections, and to accomplish this,
every precinct in eacli county ol tho Male
should have one or more Castles.
All second degree free are to be forward
ed to me al Clarksvillo, Tenn., or Knsselville,
Ky., on the linst Monday of each mouth, etc
Ami now it remains for us to give the
Kituul of the Third Degree, which, as being
the most important, wo shall publish ahno-.i
entire. We have not (he time or space to
comment on it now. livery citizen can judge
of it for himself. The Komaii Catholics an 1
the foreign born population can see how
they are pro.ici ibed by this mysterious Or
der, this central and guiding power ot the
secession at tl disunion parly. All will see.
too, that Ihe order docl.tnn for a monarchy.
a limited monarchy th ycall it, until all their
purposes in regard to Mexico are accom
plished, and we need not sugges t how brief
will be tiie period which, if liny get Iheir
Limilrif Monarchy, they will make it uu
Third, or Political Degree of the Hit, (K.
(!. C.) named ii", (Knights of the Columbian
lvsriti CTtoxs : Ofl'ieers of tho Council shall
be a (lovernor and Secretary. Kvery f7,
(Knight of tho. Columbian Star) is qualified
to act in either capacity.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP.
Candidate must bo familiar with the work
of the two former Degrees, must have been
born iu oH, (a Skive Slate) or in ol), (a free
Slate) must be a citizen, (it), (a Proleslatit)
ami (il, (a slaveholder.) provided In; can
give C2, (evidence of character as a South
Objivt. To form a council for tho 31, (K.
Oi. C.) and to organize (i3, (a Government)
for 2 (Mexico.) No fi7, (Knight of the Co
lumbian Star) shall admit, except to a broth
er, (hat ho has this Degree, for reasons that
will hereaflt r appear. Any two f7's can
confer the degree on Others, tho oldest 57
acting as Governor.
Council I hill.
Al)n'inichini Ciinli(l(itf.i. Of courso all
33, (K. G. C.) know each other, Thero be
ing two 57 with bailing distance of the
Court. House of said county that is til,
within tho county. They will confer to
gether as to the ivi'i thiness of any 32, whom
they may consider a proper person to bo
made a 57, and having agreed, one or bnlh
of them will go to Ihe person, each know
ing the other is a 33, und toll there is a gen
tleman, (il, within the country, who has tho
power to confer tho Third Degree, and pro
pose to him that all three shall, or more
so the case is, go ami apply for it that the
fee will bo " ten dollars." If he assents,
propose a time ami plaet ami all bo punc
tual. Let il not be exactly ihe place where
the degree is conferred, but near. The 57,
Knights of Ihe Columbian Star, act as they
also sought the Degree. Also tell tho can
ditate as he or you may bo rejected, it will
bo expected that he will not mention the
matter to any one until the result is known.
From the Springfield (Mass.) Republican.
From the Springfield (Mass.) Republican. NOT A STORY.
Mr." Jones was married, lie bad been
married a long time, ever since 1 could re
membered, almost. The first Mrs. Jones
was a prcl I y school-boy love, and died early.
Mr. Jones was inconsolable for more than
six months, and then, I'm ling the burden of
grief too heavy to bo borne alone, decided
to share his regrets with a sympathizing
This connection was a happy one for
many years, but alas for tho mutability of
earthly pleasures, Mr. Jones was again
witlower at (he ago of forty, and being ex
tremely lonely, and having Ihe habit of
marrying, he offered his broken life and
bereaved affection to Miss Patience Nocross,
a mature young lady of thirty.
We have said that Mr. Joins had a habit
of being married, and it had grown upon
him that, had providence opened tho way,
he would in all probility have followed up
a series of bereavements wilh a succession
of consolations. Put in selecting Miss Pa
tience lie had no regard to compatihilty of
temper, llo bad never thought anything
about it. His other marriages had been
happy accidents, anil, so far us knew or re-
llected, that was the order of nature. Bui
Miss Patience had a habit, too. and it was
iu accordance with her name, for it was in
tho habit of endurance. It was a failing
that leaned to virtue's side, and beyond it.
She lived in the rt moto ami future. The
present with her war, anything but a make
shift, a inero temporary expedient till better
limes. Distance not only lent enchantment
to her objects of pursuit, but wus absolutely
Iho only charm to which the was sonsative.
She really liked Mr. Jones np to the hour of
his roposal, she meekly tolerated him ever
They wore at boarding for a time, and
the wife said submissively to all tier friends.
'Oh yes, it is very comfortable for tho pres
ent, mil 1 we feel able to keep bouse.' Mr.
Jones, after tho remark had been reiterated
for the fiftieth time, asserted that ho was
ublo to keep bouse. To prove- this, be en
gaged and furnished a tastful tenement, und
another year saw Mistress Patience the
patient mistress of her own fireside.
'What a pleasant situation,' said Dame
Grundy, us 6ho called ou a tour of inspec
tion. Why, yes,' returned Mrs. Jones. 'It is
all wo expect in a bouse wo hire. If we
were to build, we should plan very different
ly, of course. And then yon know one could
have- tho heart to mako improvement) in
shrubbery and fruit trees. O, Mrs.'Jruu ly,
I hope to live long enough to have a bouoo
of my own.'
Mr. Jones was welt-to-do t.nd good natur
ed. Morcvcr, be was a little obtuse, as w
have Been, and lio did not prrccivo that
something to put up wilh is with most of
us a practical necessity. So be said erj
generously. 'Mrs. Jones, in another jeaf
yon shall have a bouse of your own.'
'I am afraid you cannot nflbrd to bullu
such a house as I Would like.'
T urn a i l I w ill. You shall modify tl
plan yourself, or draw a now one, if you
Mrs. Jones sighed, 'It will tuko bo long In
building;' and from that hour every ration
nl enjoyment wus deferred until they should
git into their new dwelling. Thero wcr
tho usual delays and disappoiutmcnts, and
Mrs, Jones' love of endurance was fully
gratified; she was regaled with 'a lingering
sweetness long druwn out.' At length tb
house was built and furnished, tho grounds
laid out mid planted, and the wheels of tho
new establishment fairly in motion. More
over, by rare good luck, there was vcr lit
tle to uller and undo; most of tho arrange
ments were desirable, and the experiments
H C 'CS.SCH.
'Hope, my dear,' said Mr. Jones benevo
lently, 'that we are in ft conditiou to tul.a
'll wo ever get settled,' assented Mrp.
Jones with a sigh.
Will, years rolled on. and they wero
settled. Tho llowers bloomed, and tin
fruit ripened. The turf thickened into vel
vet, and the trees grew tall, and cast a wel
come shade. Strangers passed, and neigh
bors paid their various tributes of envy
and admiration. .Mr. Jones smoked bis)
prime cigars in Iho I aek piazza, and grew
t look portly and e i..t. tile I. Not so witlt
Mrs. Jones. To u'.l encomium lavished uj
on her resi.l -it'.o, t.P.o replied submissively,
Yes, its a prctiy ; I v.", but wo don't know
who wo bu.lt it for. Wo have no children
to come after ns, and are just putting uj
improvements lor strangers to pull down.
Was ever woman so favored will; aa
indulgent fortune'.1 Within a year from
iho utterance of this remark, Mrs. .Jones
was the happy no, tho patient modier of
a real, genuine, glorious baby. Mr. Jones
w ho bad with dillieitlty refrained from hap
piness before, wan nt.controlabh jubilant
now. The boy wan healthy, and handsome,
a fixed fact, a star of the first magnitude,
llo bad wants, it is true, for which tho foml
i . t :. . 1.. .1 i.i. 1 i . . ...,
i laiuei was intensely iiiateuiu, lor lO gruuiy
nut prevent tliem was his supreme ilelight.
And the mother 1 Alas, bet's wero ull a
mother i can s. anx.eties and lorebodiiiL'S.
I. ut. I he w. s weaned, she scarce! v left tho
h ou'o, or indulged in the simplest luxuries
of diet. Then there was the long period of
teeth-cutting, during which her natural ap
prehensions wero never appeased, lhen
she lived in fear of the measels, whooping-
cough, ami scarlet lever, until tho young
hero met and conquered them all. He grew
lound ami rosy, and she thm and anxious,
but still unalterably path nt. At school, slio
feared he might study too much, or too lit
tle, us her tears ".yore pre'ty equally divided
between the two perils, it is presumed that
he avoided both. Then she had a general
misgiving lest bo should bo spoiled, and
from too much petting ut borne, becomo an
indolent and useless member of societyi
Hut though the reader may share her fears
in this ro'.rurd, Master Jones falsified them
all. Iu lulgeueo and opportunity seemed to
agree wilh him. lie was ambitions and
self-reliant, and not objectionably willful.
When at last he decided to study for a pro
fession, the mother lilted out his wardroba
with leluetatil cafe, and his lirut letter from
college was moibtened with rather mora
than the full proportion of natural tears.
'1 am glad ho is doing well,' said she in
reply to a remark from her husband, 'but I
miss lijm more than I can tell you. Since
we have only one I wish ho could bavo
stayed. The seven years of his student lifo
is a very long to wait.'
'To wait for what?' inquired Mr. Jones.
'For the good timo coming,' replied bis
' Why, woman, the good time has como,
long ugo, Can.t you see it Y We've bbeii
having it all itlongl'
'It may bo so with you Mr. Jones but I
have never been free from anxiety for a
minute in my life.
'And never will be, my dear,' returned
the husband, as ho shook the ashes from his
cigar. 'It is positively your strong point,
ami I have quite an admiration for your
skill iu it. You will find more to submit to
in any given circumstance than any woman
1 have ever known.'
Mrs. Jones raised her eyes to her husband
in meek surprise. She forgavo him and
ITkknak and the Ciia.mi'ios Bklt Hi3
Cuai.i.enuk Accki'tkd itv Mack. Jim Mace,
who recently whipped the Staleybridgo In
fant, has replied to lleei.an's challenge, and
signifies his readiness to flight. He is ready
lo make a match i.'2()i) to X'500 per side,
either before or after his coming fight with
King. The matter as far as the "American
Champion" is concerned, is in tho hands of
his friend, George Wilkes, and it is said by
him that " he expects soon to bo able t
announce Hcciian's ussent to the proposition
of Mace, and the arrangement of the prelim
inaries." Ileenan challenged any man in
F.ngland for 2.000.(or Sil0,000,) but Maco
does not seem willing to accept so largo a
stake, and accuses Ileenan of bouncing;
Ileenan wants his expenses paid, if he fights
iu England, or will pay Mace's if bo comes
to America. Mace says: "It is a rule of
the English Prize King that tho Champion
Kelt cannot be fought for out of tho United
Kingdom." The match is in a fair way of
being nude up, and it is believed by spor
ting gentlemen that, boforo the winter is
over, lleenaTi and Maee will have fought
for and decided the ownership of the "Delt"
A Goon Win-:. A good wife is Heaven's
lart, I 'fill gift to man an angel of mercy
minister of graces innumerable bis gem of
many virtues his casket of jewels her
voice, his sweetest music her smiles, bis
brightest day her kiss, the guardian of in
nocence her arms, the pale of his safety,
tho balm of his health, tho balsam of bis
life her industry, his surest wealth her
economy, his safest Stewart her lips, his
faithful counsellor her bosom, the softest
pillow of bis cares and her prayers, tho
ablest advoeates of Heaven's bleasimjs on.
bis beaJ. Jeremy Taylor.
A Yorsd Logician. A friend of onrA,
np-towii, has a little fair-liired youngster
theologian of some four summers, who.after
being, the other day, for some timo lost in
thought, broke out thus: "Pa, can God do
anything?" "Yes, my son." . "Can he do
everything, pa ?" "Yes, dear." Could re
make a two-year-old colt in two minutes ?"
"Why, bo would not wish to do that, Fred
dy." "Cut if he did wish to, could ho?"
"Yes, certainly, if be w ished to." What 1 in
two minutes X" "Yes, in two minutes."
"Well, then, bo wouldn't bo two years oldj
would be ?"
ftSyUnder the now income tas, tho lYea'
dent of the United States will pay seven
hundred and twenty-six dollars, and eacli.
member of ths Cabinet two hundred and.
sixteen dollars. Clerks of tho first cku
($1,200) will pay twelve dollars per annum,
and tho $2,200 clerks forty-two dollars, t
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