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J. V. IIolx, L'rbaua, Ohio.
T II Fvtos of n.-art tli Union of Ilonds
Tiie C;iii. of States mm ran sever;
Thu L'ni'in of L-ikt? 1ti Union of IjmJj;
An J the Fla-.j-c Oca UsioEurtV4irI
Tc UksaSa I'sku b irewir; fr tor the
r-.wpi of CUiunf lign coiinty. It is npt in the
liiteruvt of Riiy art j. mr if it ir.eaut to he iden
tified with tUe mtm-i-t of any j arty, bwauee it
will not le filtered. It will not hi Neutral for
tl-iit ttie:in time serving timidity. It will liave
very distinct opinion on all public qmvtiout
connect. J with (rovenitneut, whether Union,
S tte,or C unity: and on the expression of opin
ions it will have but one guide. a strict adher
ence to law. It Hill support the Constitution
an ) the Liws, without reg.trd to rrlatforuis or to
War and General New of Week.
ENRING JULY 30. 1862.
McClkllass Am:, !! the Jm U'v.t i
swaiiin-r re-eiiSirn'tnotits. wi'hou which li
cannot advgi a "he Government hm at no
linn kepi a receive firce ready to he new
T hen needed at a nr-me it's warning. T...
rihamn- of new V ihin'eers is a tardy relief.
. Tlie appoi itm.-nt of Gen. Tla!1-"'; n 'nm-Tnaii'er-in-
hi- f relieves the arm fi'in th-ii!in-li;e-iis
i-itertcri-iiit ot 'he W.,r Depart
rn n Il'thev had la-eii mf eommuidw i-the-
lViiir.ila. the arm- of Matu ter WO V
fc-iv been taken at Yorktoivn.
T ir first Re -hue it of l ohi i'evrs under 'li,
new call w. i Mir i In d by Vertnorit.
Ovn. Hovey (Iiidinnai hi command at M-m
p;u. h is is-ne 1 an order tv".estini; all ner-f n
Ik 'ake the oath of all :in -e or so U-Tond
r.nr lines ' abide in the r.-b-l eonntr .
Th sa-ne rule w ill be Pillowed ii otlier place
occipie I by otir troops.
The Pe-i e it has i.-i:c 1 his Pi nelamaiini
tl id -r the 'ate act of Congress, cilhd iheCou
fi-cii m A--.', req-iitiiiii " persons in arm'
a:'.in.-t the United S ates to disperse and la
down th -ir arms. The penalty of treason i
incinvd hv nnr-vlnp!i;l!C,.
E n-. nreV' cm resMl'shr-ce'r
ed f'oni all q arteK.i to the pnlis'tnetit ol ve
r 'lunteers lur tlv number of wtnal enlist
in 'tits is not piv " Em-nMrajpiig"' utcoimt
jo not KMice vi i Me bn"a!i nx.
Volunteers and Drafted Militia.
The rBE.sitiF.XT of the United State.
liascallel lUr SOO.OOO ad.irtional volun
leers U to sen-e in ippresiiW in-urrcc-tion.
The (loveruors of the Sta'es are ac
tive in the enletvor to ra'se their respec
tive portions. ,in 1 v.'ry cn'.'our.-ig'tTg ac
couts arc g!cn of t'ie good success Jikc
ly to attend their efforts. If the success
fhall he full and speedy, the public sat
isfaction will he very gre.it. p.s nil men
des're to see a speedy end to this war in
in the shape of speedy suece-s. These
adaition.i.1 troops are indispensably tieed--el.
and ihe'r v-iltte will le in proportion
i) the speed vriih which they are rai.-e i
a:id sent into the eM.
There is a growing conviction in the
Tiublie mind, that S00.000 men will not be
iiaJ spce lily enough hy re'ying on volun
tJtrsi done and that Ursfing should be
resorted to, and the sooner the le ter.
We do not endcrstand why tbe'-e should
be so much objection to the use of draft
ing as it is found to exist in the nrnd
of icapy persons vhna the country i at
tm?, the Xation has a rlj;ht to command
the Ferviciis of every ab'e-bodied man.
and no mode of calling out a given nam
cf men, is so prompt and n equal aa a
ralt by lot from the total number o
-persons enrol'e I as liah'e to serve. The
we ik and inefficient are cf course excus
ed. The re'ue tant are not permitted to
hold back and they aiust either go in
person or send ethers in their stead.
This nicie may Bome'imeR take a man
Jroai his family who need his i-errices at
home, and Leie is the plare and the oc
c.taion to bestow the money now propos
e 1 to be given as bounces to volunteers
Let the money ao given, be dispensed to
the fans-lies of such men.
It is conceded on all hand that 300.
003 n;en are not enough to meet our
vants and that ano'her 300 000 will he
needed. It feeuis to he as generally
coceiel tint the next 300.000 can cn'y
he had by a draft, and if that be the
piibHc belief, why not liave it now for
We a-e glid to lenrn that orders have
been received from Gov. Tol,-fMJiJ
Tovrttsh'p assessors to proceedonce
to making the list or persons name m
ferve. The law required this cf the
as-e-sors when they were m iking the
lists of taxable pr.qeity but the duty
... e l.-Vt- .
i 'no ,ctnal drains until the President
X UCIC I 11
iiitikea a call for the militia which he
nut au'liwied to make. Ihe militia
c-n be callel to ferve for true months,
and t! e President is al"o auihorized
accept 100,000, volunteers for 9 months,
who may be acccji'cd in lieu of militia.
I. he cm pet this 100.000 of n ne months
1 - it..., fill lb.
vo:un eers am a "
u .ll k..,.. . 1V.- ,
mf?n . . -i
raw volunteers aiBmoniw
atuor-' o'd regiments will, in three weeks.;
, '...iLrsth n they would Le
uv ' ' v. . v
n,n,,ti..d nbnrp tl.e tioot-s were all
UtUiJ I.J 4
d under raw and inexperienced of-
TLere s a statement matie 111 le-ticrs
fir 1 Washington that nc.d, correct;
a rrtin extent the choice of tleiirwn.
f ersr and that druited men will not
h.ive fui h ilioite. Just the opposite is
:ru. Tiie militia officers are elected by
he men. The fiei.eri8 will reeive hir
commissions from the State and not from
the United Stales.
A Confusion of Tongues.
of the Hrifradiers that this gov
ernment abounds with, who was sent to
South Carolina to take charge of the ne
groes on th c t on c-'a 8 wr"tc-' 'o Sic
retary Stnnton, 10th July, as follows :
" To Iloii. E. M. PtANTOS, .E'" TART or
VvR . '' Sir: I h.-ive llie honor to report that
V rvtliinfc pertaininc to tiie spei i il serviee for
w'.c5 I :im sent to t'nis i'epartTnen, i- in a
' 'Tut able coili ion. The neproes are work-.
tML-imlnstrioitvlv. W. lTemeloOOO-cies
fivirn and cotton under rulMvati. in. I Ionic?
e'l. The vstem of roluotary labor works
i m 'R'h'v. l tie peo'ie are cnmei;eil and
' nopv. Wli.-n the iiftr crop is h irvestod.
hov will it iw to I e "J tv-'en on iheGovern
ne it. Bv adofintr a ju Iieioos syslem ofre
vanl or lah-ir. almost anv um. -u.it can be ol -
-l'i"-il. I's pnK'eeds w ill nav (lie f wimw.
I am. w ith re- 'mtv.
A S W N.
Brig, General Volunteers.
The General does no tell ns the amount
of peson:il observation and expor'ence
he hid. but we know from other sour e
hnt he d'd not come ?n f-h'ree nnti! the
crop were all plan'e 1 therefore his tes-
I'minv s o4 no value.
A Mr. Edw ird L. Ve rce. a 'aw shoot
"m he offi ce of Ch ?e md Ball. Cin-
inniti, and now a speeii-1 aent of the
Treisii'v department. hs m -de a report
i he ccc-et irv in whi-h he -e'lo " th't
'.p'ore nv c-nvernmcnt jren hd arrived
i ttp Tshmd he sieve0 hid p'aned
mnch h-rer rnchp thsn n"il for them-
e'es. and that thev had al--o prepared
he eronnd or a larce fe'd plan'insr.
They we-e en'ire'v npnose l to p'antincr
ootton wh;'-h thev thonght qu:te unneces
sary, hut they were in a m-inner forced
to it. Thev had no faith in the promise
fo pnv them and thev have none now.
Yet. the General would fain testify that
vo'untary labor wis working to a charm.
This saroe agent. IVar"e tells the Fec
retary tli-t the:r planting, had been very
seriously interfered with, by Gen. Hnn-
er's lnving forced atmy about COO of
the;r best laborers. This same Gonersl
Tlun-'er when ca'Ied on hy the Secretary
it War to say whe'her he had been or
u'anizins and arming the slaves, said in
rep'y that he had been authorized by
he instruction of Sec. Cameron, to ae
ppt the services of all person ojf'-rinff
'hem?e'ves and to enlist them as so'd;e-
Peare says that Hunter forced them
way. Hunter doe not say that they
hey "offered" themselves, hut he meant
that it should be believed that they vc -
untarily served, lie said that he wa
authorised to en'ist. hut the printed in
structions of Sec. Cameron expressly for
bid artu'ng them as soldiers.
Where witnesses produced by a party,
contradict eah other, it is a safe rn'e o
reject them al1; certain'y no one of them
is cnnriEeni'ed to our belief, over the
This scheme o" sending arents to South
Carolina, to emn'oy the slaves, was firs
n-o-oT on the sr r of benevo'ence that
the poor negroes wouM starve, if not
cured for hv the Government as their
Testers had abandoned them.
The proofs show that this was a pre
serve, that the more? important object
was to raise cotton, for public profit, and
" to instruct the:r slaves in theV new
duMes as citizens," which MV. Chase's
agent. Pearce. says was carerully done,
and assurance ?;vpn that the sovemmfcit
w-iuld protect them against their former
The District Convention at Pique.
In our number for 9:h July, it was
stated that a movement was on foot to
hold a District Convention at Piqua, on
the 6th August, for the nomination of a
candidate for e'ection to Congress ; nd
that this paper was invited to join in
cilling a county meeting on the 20th
Ju'y. Not understanding the art of be
i iz u-ed atthe will of other , the Urbar-
na Union did not make itself one o' the
authorities, and only mentioned that such
a movement was on foot. W have since
found the authori'y for the convention,
as printed in the Piqua Enquirer, and
here produce it. for the instruction cf
our readers :
Union Congressional Convention.
fewMffOHS net iiwtoi.
Tar counties of .. re. Mi mi. Sbelbv. Lnean
a id ham i m. comprising the Fourth Con
pr fg ji td ! i tnct. are requested to send dele
i?aU: to a Convriiii n to b- held in Piqua, on
Weihiea-lav ihe Clb day of nrnst, W2, at 10
o'clock. P. M , fur the purpose of iiotni ia".m
a Representative to Con.re ol this District.
n . preiOVn fmt Cnnfn
D. M. FLEMING. Miami County,
JO?ni:A SAXTOV. Ciiamoaign -
JOHN E. CUMMINS, Slieibv, "
We now understand that three Editors
Hiw-Ws in the District may fix the
' time ard place of a District Convention.
and set in motion the proper county
meetings to do tip the business to order
On Saturday, the 2tilh July the " coun
ty meeting " came off at the Court House.
It had been given out that the meeting
yould assemble at 2 o'clock in the a"ter
noon ; but at a late hour it was changed
to 11 o'clock forenoon, and at that hour
, , p
v -s anrointcd Chairman, and
! u t rn rr rati rr I n'Ptl-
1'lr. Join, 1. . '1
ty or t. . ,., one persons seemed
be present from the country who sat
the side seats. The Court Uoue offices
sud their assistants occupied the center
1 . ik r, h n-iT. a tew sDeciai'jrs woic
( 7 7
.a nd number present
for delegate-. tthe Conveniiw at Colum
bus, the highest vote for any Delegate
was 16, and the Dext highest 12. The
persons chosen to this Cut - Convention
are all of the old Republican party ant"
of the strictest sect. The same narrow
line of choice also cLaracferized the
hoice of a County Central Committee
until it was pointed oit by a gentleman
present, when it wa9 attemped to. cure it
by an increase of the Cbmmittee, and
the appointment of persons whose readi
ness to serve was not a ertained, st the
time or before. Whether the like has
been done in the choice of the forty
Delegates to Piqaa we h ive no means of
knowing. The official proceedings of
the nieet'ng furnished by the Secretary.
fpP"- ' VaVe
The appointment of a Cenferal Com-
mit'ee for the County was nt one of the
published objects of the meeting.
Is the progress of things at Columbus
every public offieer has his contingent
funds even the Supreme Court and in
a document from the Auditor's office,
called a list of expenditures, published
annually, the public can see the use made
of these funds. Each member of the
Court, and even the Reporter, takes a
copy of the Daily Ohio State Journal at
the public expense, and also some Cin
cinnati pipers : all the public offices take
newspapers at the public cost ; some the
Xew York Tribune, some the Cleveland
TTeraldlmd others the Cincinnati papers,
besides the Columbus papers. The last
General AssemVy hive by special clau
ses in the General Appropriation bill for
bidden any sn.-h u! of the contingent
funds and have a's placed many other
restrictions on the lavish use of public
money for private ends. But the work
is not exhausted, and they can find some
thing to do next winter. There are m-ny
ways of prigging from a Treasury, besides
publishing a County Leech newspaper ;
and the raw hands that compose a Legis
lature must have time to learn, before
they can head them all off.
The President's inflictions were not
entirely ended with the adjournment o'"
Consrress. For it has bepn thought of
suffic:ent importance by papers of the
C.neinnafi Gazette stripe to have it te'e
srraphed that Mr. Senator Trumbull got
access to the President and his cabinet
made them an address about the war and
the conduct of it or in the language or
these people to hnve a policy which
mems of course ihrir policy. If Mr
Trumbull's widsoin was equal to his ar
rogance, he would be a valuable man to
the nation !
A New Order by Gen. Boyle.
Head quarters IT. S. Forces in Kr..
Louisville. July 21. 1802. j
General Order No. 5 The follow
ing General Order is issued, to be en
orced by military commanders in the
District of Kentucky :
No person hostile in opinion to the
Gorernnient and desiring its overthrow
will l e allowed to stand for office in the
District of Kentucky. The attempt or
such a person to stand for office will be
regarded as in itself sufficient evidence
of his treasonable intent to warrant his
arrest. lie who desires the overthrow
of the Government can seek office under
the Government only to promote its
overthrow. In seekinsr office he becomes
an active traitor, if he has never become
one otherwise, and is liable both in rea
son and in law to be treated accordingly.
All persons of this description who per
sist in offering tbemse'ves as candidates
for office will be arrested and sent
By ennunand o" Brig. Gen Boy'e.
JOHN BOYLE. Capt. and A A. G.
War Meeting at the Court House.
The meeting at tfve Court House an
nounced for Monday evetrng. 28th Ju'y,
he'd under the call of the miliary cot.
rnVee. wis very fully attended, and
large number of lad;es were present.
Gov. Dem i on and Gen Joseph Gei
ger were pre 'ent as expected, and boMi
addressed the meeting with dhfnguMi-
ed ability on the neces ity of raising
more troops and giving an earnest and
United support to the Government in its
measures to suppress the Rebellion. The
hear'y respo a -s throughout gave evi
dence that the hearers agreed in feeling
with the speakers. Subscriptions
m ney were roide to the amount of 1300
Dollars and two recruits publicly offered
themselves without regard to bounty.
Thk New York Express says : " The
Southern members of Consrress. who de
serted their posts of duty of the Capito'.
and the States which instructed them
resign the'r places, are reponsib'e before
God and the country for all the section
al and anti-slavery measures which have
since passed the two nonces of Consrress
or which may he passed while the pres
ent, Administration is in power."
Jeff. Davis is gatherins a million
" butternuts" for us to crack this fall am'
winter. Al' that, should be forthcoming
uow is the nutcrackers.
He, who contributes nothing to
support, of the army, should blash
hear the word ''loyalty" spoken.
Cor- E. B. MoacN, of Cay u ' county, New
York, at a late meeting in Auburn declare-
that lie was authorized to offer two hondrc''
dollars to the first company raised for
Pomroy's regiment, one hundred ilollars
the second, and lilty for the thud. He
fused to te'l thr name of the generou donor.
nut it. tfterwarik Ici-isi Oct tu&t it V36 liilE-
Our Army Correspondence.
Letter from Sixty-Sixth Regiment.
Ca.mj Wauk, near Aiksandkia, Va.,
July 17ih, 18
Editcr Ujhos : I have read quite a num
ber of letters from the 06th, publishe.! in the
papers, all ol which we hae approved ot ex
cepting om, w ritten and published since the
'attle, which we wilt not speak of now.
Our britral arrived here at Alexandria
I une 27ih, in eieni-ig; we were b. ought
iliroutrh by rail from Manassas June ion. On
Saturday. 28th. we were marched down to
the Potomac, And after -ome de'ay. we were
shipped, bag and baggage, on two transports,
destined to take u down ihe Potomac and up
the Pam-'r' p-- White House Landing, to
join McC! la ' rnyin'fm t f Richmond,
which we wo dd have done, had it not been
:or the me-iiatioo .! our rood hearted Gener
al, E. B. Tyler, in our behalf with the author
ities at Was!, in :-on. We lav at in-lior-in the
bosom of ihe Potomac, over night on the 29th
all ready for the trip. and when mnrnincrcame
we were disembarked and marched out abimt
one tirle and a half, where we encamped, and
!)ay nmi! the morning of tiie 5ih, when we
were ordered to pull stake for the p rpose of
fiiiilinc better camping eroundg. We m tv.'d
about a mile and a half North-east, mid camp
ed on sonic of McClellan's old camping grou.id.
near the Fairfax Scm'itary. where we are al
nresent snrroitniVdby Forts Lyons. Ellsworth,
Ward, and Worth, and are enjoying ourselves
like human beings again having all the com
forts of good living that mot.ey can buy. car
ried to us by pretty women or at least We
ihink them prottyi although yon readers miirht
not. But our taste must oe excusea tor it
voti had been deprived of the ptivilege of
speaking to a ladv as long as wp have been,
il w u'd fill y ur Very socl with joy to speak
to one ever so homely.
Put enough of this. From present indica
tions I think wp shall remain here till fall, for
the purpose of recruiting up V;r shattered b-ig-ade,
and resting ourse'ves. Two of our regi
ments have already drawn the good old Sib
lev Tents, and we shall probably get ours torn-,
rrow. They will bp a perfect God-send,
as there is not a rain that fall- that does not
wet lis. as the small shelter tents we drew at
Fredericksburg are not of any force and more
of an aggravation than comfort. One able
bodied man can carry enough of them to tent
a whole company, as they are to lujht and
The wea'her has been scorching hot in this
vicinity for the last two weeks, interspersed
with oocasioral thunder show -rs.
Our daily n.utine of camp duty is as follows:
comnnny drill in morning; a Battalion drill
and dress- parade in afternoon : and bri'Tad"
drill tw:eaweek; besides I his wp have plen
ty of gu;ird duty to perform. When we go
to Alexandria we have to get a pass from our
c-n tpany commander and countersigned by
General Tvh-r. The passes allow from nine
till four o'clock, a.id hare to be returned to
'leadquariers. Our Colonel has got quite
'rict since our arrival licr; he makes u toe
he mark, and put on style and come down to
T will here rslato a little incident that oc-
. -in-red shen on ouf wav from Newmarket to
P-edericksh'trg : when we passed through
Warrer ton Junction wp mot whh a Brigade
of McTlowel 's troops o. vler c -tnmand of Gen
eral Duryea. of New- York who were; so clean
ly dressed and fair complected and who said
hev had never marched over six miles and
never done without heir tents hut oiip nigh',
and thought that a hardship, so we christened
or titled them, the ' band-box bovs" and then
n.-issed on. When We camp within a nv'e or
wo of Fredericksburg, we met a larger force
oftlip " band-box bovs." Thev came fli eking
o the road to scp us passing by, and m-v'e
'e t-emarV that we were one-armpd Shields'
Militia, and were the raggdest and dirtiest
set of cusses, thev had ever seen. Some of
i-n-bovs overheard them and complimen'pd
h -m as ' band-box bovs" fonder of style than
licht. Maic'iinp on till after id rht. wp camned
a nlotighed Peld. across th-' river from Fred-pri-ksbnr?.
somt' two miles from Falmouth.
Oi Sa'nrdav. a number of our bovs got pass
es to Fp.lmi'itli. and while in town got into a
nw wi'h 'he band-box bovs," knocked thre
or four of th- m down and after driving th"
"nard- to their quarters, retired from the sce-e
o ac"'on. Aer gi'tting on'ers to leav for
Front Rovn! when passing out we heard them
sav thev wcrp g'.id we w et? leaving as we
'ou'd lrivp them from town and take pos-es-i
" n--e'vs. if we staid anv lopeer.
But I am sorry to sy bat we are p tt n
the same stylp 'hev di 1. and are becoming
" hand-hox bovs" ourselves. - Or.p of our
n .manies has alreadv donned whi'p gloves
for dress paride. and we are obliged to have
our he'ts. rr ri 'ge boxes, and shoes, so black
and irnootb t at a fiv csnnot set on them.
Here I will " go for" that lptter. wp do not
annr-ve if. enncrning thp battle at Port Re
public Thp correspondent, onp well in years,
bas tmlv 'enicfed it in some rpsnecs. hnt has
indinibtpd'.v taken great pains to make him
self verv oonsp'cious in the action althou
n t a military man. or well versed in tactic-.
I an willing to give the jpntleman his put
lues, bv admitting he acted bravelv and was
f sp vice to us hv his encouraging wt rds. but
for him to sav that he kept ns from falling
back is a grand mistake, and I think he was
hir-.king or wishing to fail hack himself,
be wiuld not have made alhision in it. lour
servant was in the battle himself, and was
wounded and saw no man fall back excent
those wh were wounded and leaving the
leld. and things it was either a mistake
'elu-ion of 'he correspondent, who was nn-liiibtt-dly
trying to uive himself great noto-
r:etv. i ours Ke-wC lull v, 11. Lt
Thk Cincinnati Enquirtr ra lhat thwe
w!in advocate the arniinp oi tiie Negroen, wer
;i few monthi" apro very war-like. Now wlie
hey oufibt to go in the service they want th-
e.-roes smieJ in ihtir sit-ad I
Thk probahilii'e o! a draft at the East havi
liad a curious effect upon the aj'e of man'
.ten who have been weariiiK wiir and dveitiK
lifir whiskers, and p?in? tor ihirt.y-eipht
e years ol ape, have s-uddi-nly owned npt"
"i t-five, wliile yo-inpb ck who have paw
d wi h tiie ri:li for twenty, have shrunk
he other fide.
A kcmker of pmn;:nfut BulTilo merchant.
idveiti.e that tViey will n'rer.e and pay on-
ilver hail-tloltan; at 56 CfUts: Quarter at
, ii . l ir :... . ei. ,,,i ..i,i
iimatll; h?Jf-u-n8i at J; aud go:d
cue curteut rated.
Letter from Sixty-Sixth Regiment. From the Army of the Pessimas.
Fort Monbox. July 27. The steamer Stale
of Maine arrived from City Point, wiih 350
releai-ed Union prisoners. Every courtes'
was shown them by the rebels. GVn. Mc
Clellau visited them, and conversed freely
with manv of them. One soldier said to him.
'be intended to gel well and come hack am'
help to lake Richmond. ' The General re
plied, "Then you will have to re urn ver
Our prisoners si.w Pve trains of rebel sol
diers going from Peics'-u g to Riohniomd
The rebel camps are about three miles had
from !he James River. They are not likin;
the proximity to our gunboat.
Treason in Ohio.
New York. July 2$. The Tribune has a
special from Columbus. Ohio, which stalps
that Rev. D. Brooks of St. Louis, and Rev. D
floyt of Louisville, were arrested Friday nis:h
at the hou-e of the notorious rebel Judge
Clark, of Ohio. It is reported that important
paper were found on them, implicating Yal
laiidingh.im. who will be taken w ith them ti
The Governor has issued orders to the as
sessnrs to h;ive the enrollment of all able bod
ied men ready by the 18th o August. P
there are not volunteers enough by that tins--,
drafting is to commenc.
Union Meeting in Baltimore.
Bai.tim-.re, July 28. A large Union mas-
meeting is hi progress fo-nt-ht in Monument
Square. O- vernor Bradford is Chairman, and
General Wool and staff are on tl e stand. Ti e
squ ire is densely pne'-ed and the Union leajne
are marching with flags, Iransnarat cies, while
bonfires and fireworks are lighdng tip the
Governor Bradford's speech was emhusias-
ticallv received. His allusion to tiie course ol
President Lincoln, and in comm.-ndution o'
hia patriot'Vm. were loudly cheered.
CoMMonoHi Oreoorv who was prevented
bv a sudden Call to duty, at'ending the i-ce'-t
Uid'in di-rjwnstratiou in New-Haven, sent the
following pithy note:
Excise mt to mv patriotic friends, aa T am
obliged to g . Tell thertl i am :u-t now ma
king up some pills (Monitor), espi ciallv it -
tended as a preventative, or cure, lor one or
John Bull's (cheers) chronic disease hostilb
to rppubliCMii institutions. The "old gentle
man" may find them too big to swallow, am1
too hard to bite. His cure will be certain i
he ever take-" them. I shall sustain the Gov
ernment, right or wrong, in crushing this Rt
hellion. My keel was laid on Union blocks,
and my course will be true to the Union ai
What Cams or a Spe tlatio.1;. A m -.-c';
nnt of Hartford, w ho had laid by $oOfl in golo
and 400 in silver, started for N. York, a fe
tlavs ago to sell the specie, having heard of lh
high nn-minni i" hronght. He also had wh'
some $6,000 in bills. On hi jr.nmey Home
body mana-jed to relieve him of ?700 of lie
bills, and thai iw what came of hi peculatioi
TuorBi.K3 Acci MrLATE.-We find that heavy
compK'nt are being made because of a ilea-'-!y
blight which hr..- attacked tiie pear tree
and, if reports are to be believed, the otd
crop in some place threatens faila- es on m
ot the maggot. Apnle trees are a!n
said to be shedding 'heir fi uit very U'laccouut
a'!v. Boston Journal.
A Poisoned Wkm.. Gen. Halieck and hi
staff sinTered ft-verely with dvsenterv at Cor
'nth, and were miaijie to find the cause. A
'ei-gth an iuvcs'igalion of the well from wlccl
he wa'er thev used was obtained liUclose '
numl er of shelis. balls, broken rnnskets at:'
confederate uniforms at the b ttom. Thes
obnoxious artioies were removed, and t!
' Stonewall' Jackson isn't dead, as repor
d. Tie never was what he ought to be.
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