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WILLIAM FERGUSON, Proprietor.
- VOL. 3.-46
EATON, PREBLE CO., QIJ JO, THURSDAY,
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"Whore Liberty IVv'ells, tlicro is my Country.
JULY 16, 1863.
Pr An mm. --In AdvaDC
.1 l i..!'.!.1 liilCvJ
48, West Fifth' Street, Cincinnati
' CLOAKS', SHAWLS,
1 BILKS, MUSLINS, artd Housekeeping :"',v.
i : ' Goods generally., . ',7 ,
Y.Vieti lij'si'LU $het.4of !?''" '
fThey have also splendid assortment of
'carpeting, oil cloths,
BUGS, MATS, 4c,
Which they will sell cheaper tlion any other
Home in Cincinnati.
Let tvtrv an call at Marshall TWs,
N. fit, Wait Fifth Street, bctweeu Walnut
Jaa. I, 1861 It- '
Pay, Bounty Money, &c.'
GILMORE & CAMPBELL,
" (Licensed by (lie Gorernnicnt,)
WILL promptly attend to tlio prosoctt
tiou of Claims fur Pensions, Arrears
f 1'ay, Bounty Money, 4c., on behalf of
unitary clainiunrs, c.
Fees, a compliance with the luwi of Con
gren. W also' keep on hand n (renoral assort
oat of ltevenuo Stump, mid urv prepared
execute all Contracts, Leases, Iieeds,
Mortgages, and other instruments requiring
tampi, with neatness mid dispatch.
Offivt at the old Stand.
GILMORE & CAMPBHLL.
KaUi, Jan. 8. lt!U3. tf
1 ' . ' -AN'D-
fllllfi! subscriber would respectfully call
J. the attention of the public to his large
and well selected Stork of Parlor. Cook,
nd Siior Stores' The celebrated Cook
Steve called the
Is a Store that cannot he surpassed by any
other ia th West. It hits the largest Hues,
the largest oven, and heaviest plates ot any
ia Hie. The renowned and beautiful Cook
8 lets carted the ; ; .;
Has gained far itself a reputation not equal
cd by any other stove.
The '.Jfarlor Cook" is n new and beautiful
tore'; in i you rave'e, completo Coi.k and
Parla Store; ' - if
Of all kinds usually kept in a Tin-Shop.
Tut up an short notice, nd warranted to
give satisfaction to all.
i in order for--Repairing promptly
attended to. ,
." "E. EEYHOIDS.
'April 30, 1SG3 tf ' -
3 mm NW MMON I
IJfll IS NOW PRfiPARED TO GIVE
V BATTLB ON CHEAP AND
, FIST-RATB RATION'S, -V.u
IfHaB subseribir wishes t Inform his old
( Jiiaustoalers, aad the public ia general,
that he hat removed bis Grocery t the old
standjknowii as 'Minor's Coraer;' wliorc be
will sell all kinds of
'As low as any other house in Katon. To
prove this assertion, cftll;boforo buying else
Vhere. All Kfndji, of .Cpuntryt Produce
taken in echango for Groceries.
. . PETKll SIIAFNKU.
ScrofUla, or King's Evil,
i a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid become vitiated,
weak, and poor. Iking in the circulation, it
pervad- the wholo bodv, and may burst out
In disease on any part of it No orpin if free
ftnm its attack, uor in tlicro one which it may
not destroy. ; The scrofulous taint is variously -1
rd by turrriirmruisi-n.ie, fo-nr.uvniy, a.rt
titution, desceiiilinK " from parents to ehildrcn
utito tlie tburd mid tourtli Ronerution j uiueeo,
it seems to be the rmlof Ilini who says, "I
will visit the inutilities of '.he fathers i
Its effect commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or uleerou matter, which, in
the lung", liver, and internal orpins, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surfune, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, m tlintsciofulousconititii
tiont lif t only sulkr from scrofulous oom
pluints, but they have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases; eonse
cpicntly va.- ambers pcrMi br disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
arc still rendered fatal by this taint-in the
system. Most of tho consumption whiyh de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive discuses nf the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all tho argans, arise from ot
are aggravated by the same cause.
Ola-quarter of all our people lire scrofulous ;
tlieir nersons urn invaded bv this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse It from the system we must renovate
tlio blood bv an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it 'by healthy food and exercise.
Such a mcdici'no we supply in
Compound Extract of ftirsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise ' for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It ii com.
hiuud from the most active rcmcdials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from tho blond, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences,
lience it should be employed for the cure '.f
not only Sernfula. but also those other affce
tions which arise from it, sueh us limirTiVB
nd Swx Diseases, St. Anthony's Finn
Hose., or Kiivsirw.As, Pimples, IVstclks,
and Salt Hiiei-m, 8c-Ai.it JIkah, Uinowoiiw,
ItiiKt'MATissi, Svi-im.rrit'. and. Meiici iuai. Dis
eases, Diicii-sv, Dvsi-EvsiA, Dbuii.itv, and,
indeed, am. Complaints ahisimi ruoa Vitia
teii on Impi iie JIi.ooii. The popular belief
in " inipmili ttl'llie Mood " is founded in truih,
for scrofula'is'a degeneration of the blood. The
particnlar purpose and virtue of this Karsiip.'
rillu is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without whieli'sound health u iinucssible in
roa the cpedt cure or .
Intermittent Kevcr, orPercr ami Attn,
Hmltti-ut Kevrr, t.ltlll Fesrw, Dumb
Ague, rutoill.-nl Ilvmturhe or ISillotis
Hi idiirtu-, nud 1111 Ions Fvvers, Imtrnl
fjr tltc whole clnss f dlsrnsrasnrlRlnnt'
tn-l In lilliiuy lfi-nia;emHt, runaril lijr
tlio Jlnlnrln of iHliismatic Countries.
AVe are ensbleil here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures tlio nlmve complaints
With certainty, is still pprfrully liumilc!. m any
qunntilv. Sn'cli a remedy is hiviilualilc in districts
wliere tlicso siliiernig msoruers pievuii. nun
"Cihik" expels tho iniusinulio poi.-on of Fryer
and Anrii from the system, ami prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if Liken on Iho first ap
pmsch nf its preanniiitnry symptoms. It i not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered fr lliis clnss
of comulnints, 'nt slo tho ehrnpest. The large
qu;intitv e supply fur a dollar brings it within the
reach of every builv ; and in bilious districts, whero
Fkvkh ai A(l1li prevails, every body sliimld.
have it and use it freely both fur cine and prelec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
oilier ever discovered fiir the speedy and certain
cure of Intrrmiltmts is ihnl it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious eifects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
ther had uerer hud the disease.
i-'ever mid Ague is uot alono tho eonsequrnce of
ilm mi.nmnlic nnisnn. A ereat variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, smsng which are,.
ni.. j.-... ii...;..;.. H.-..J. w
IVCHieiJCI, HCHW(rlJif, "nit ii ii.'i.i ... ,
welt, Toothache, Enrnehf, Calarrt, Aslnnit, VU
piMion, Painful Affection (tf the Spleen, llystrr.
ics, I'ain in llie llo'wrlt, Colic, Varalyiii and lie
rawjement of the Stomnch, all of which, when
originating in this cause, pat on the intermittent
-- Wnmo Deriodical. This " Cl'RB " espels
'f!'".---, " -"ttv mires
.. nm.nn from the blood, snu eunp.-u ,
.... . . ' " " --otection to
them all alike It is an Inromsui. r
lunuigrsnts sud persons travelling or temporarily
n.iding in the malarious districts. If token occa
sionally er dsily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and eannet
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Ucnce It is even more valuable for protec
tion th ure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittcats if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Frejared by Dr. J. 0. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Mass.
rJ? Tt .A. "V- E I
T71ROM the farm of William Jvislin,
JJ Winchester, on Monday, Juno
THREE MARES, of tlio following aetcrip-
tisn. vie One G vears old, dark bay, heavy
mane, and hoavy body; one i yean old, light
bay, heavy mune aua utu, nas coiiar mares,
and had on grape-vine yoke when lost; one
2 year old, light bay with star jn forehead;
a beautiful colt.
Anv nerson that shall irtvo such forma
tion an will lend to their rdoovery will be
d,-cd'or unheiiltliytood. impure air, HUht"11"
.... . i .f -...i i
I liltiiY uuiiitu, vc utprenwiiB th-ct, mm,
ml. by the venereal iiilwtion. tint-
k ttia tiorpilihirr in the con-
liberally rewarded. - -
. WILLIAM KISLING, Gratis P.O..
July 2-at2 : ) . .: Winchester, Ohio.
Advertise tu lli ,,1'rens."
A Great Water Tunnel.
and wiU "q"iretwo Je8rs 1,1 construe-
. 1, i. ?it i i
01l jour nouow cyitnucrs win uc sun in
, . . ,,;,,. nf llnIf . mlIo .....
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The Board ol Public Works of the tty rf
Chicago have taken tho first steps towards
the construction of a tunnel two miles-out-
into Lake Michigan, to s-pply the city, with
pure wator. The' proposed 4unwcr j'JUjl
the lower end penetrating the bod of the lake
to the level of the proposed tunnitl,. and from
these shafts the tunnel will be dag in two
directions, nnd also pushed ns rapidly as
possible from the shore. All these cylinders
will he closed after the completion of the
tunnel, nod will be removed to such a depth
as not to interfere witfi navigation, with the
exception of the outside one, which will bo
constructed with reference to its becoming
the inlet for the water or gate' chamber, and
pcrimp be surmounted with n smnll 'ight
house, nnd eo arranged that tho water enn
be shut off from the tunnel. The cost of the
tunnel will only be $.107, 5"2, nnd it is sup
posed hy tho Hoard that, if the tunnel is
constructed, there will be no necessity for
building new pumping works, as it will be
constructed opposite the old works.
BgvGov. lod thought it a nice thing to
put Dr Olds into n filthy llastilo for month
and destroy his business, but where to-day is
Gov. Tod ? cast off ns bae metal by those
for whom he debased himself, with two suits
hanging over him in Fairfield county, one
for a penitentiary crime, nnd tho other for
damosres which may sweep his suddenly rc
quired riches from his purse to the last
This is Gov. Tod'g brief fute for deserting
hts old political friends, and becomin"
willing and pliant tool of the negro-phobis(.
They cast him off, disgraced, ruined in purse,
nnd not one so poor na to do him reverenee.
Lei all others in official position take warn
ing, whether llieynrc tho simon pure, origi
nal negt-o worshippers, or new RECinriTs, just
purchased fur the occasion, such ns Tod,
Dorscy, Brotigh, ic., 4c. If the abolition
ists have not the courage to commit all the
fi.ul wionrs thimsolvcs, tliny should- be
nsiinmud to wiieedlo Democrats into their
ii c lies to plnylhe cat's pnw for them. Ex.
tSfTlie lurgcjt raft of sawed lumber cv
ft- r'.ri on t'le Pnnobscot river recently ar
rived at Bntigor, Maine, it contained' 122,
E.The harvest has begun in Illinois.
'1 he crop is very heavy nnd the quality good.
Labor is very scarce, and workmen obtain
nnd $?, per day.
JSP'Ovct ten thousand persons have taken
the oalh of nlleg'anec at Memphis within
the last throe ni"tiths.
"a'l'ho commerce of the world repiircs
3,f.00,000 of able bodied men to be con
stantly traversing tho sen; of this number
probably 7,o00 die every year. The amount
of property annually moved on the wuter is
from fifteen hundred to two thousand mil
lions of dollars; and the amount lost by the
cnstinlillcs of tho sen averages twenty-five
millions of dollars.
5?" At the annual meeting ot the Massa
chusetts Medical S icicty at l'ittsficld, it was
stated that of the twenty-three members who
bad died during tho year, one-quarter had
given up their lives in the service of their
S&" The Springfield urmory tiindo in the
mcnln'u :Tllne 25,000 rilled muskets, and
,,.''" arc on foot which will a&Vi
means for iucrcsslng even this large number
in a few months.
Jgjr The Seventeen year Locusts are op
and singing all the way from Cleveland to
tho Ohio river at Pomeroy, iu a direct South
line, 175 miles, extending east into Penn
sylvania nnd westward to the Scioto Valley.
The entire region within this limit is not
visited, but they wppeer in spots over that
whole breadth of territory.
terA letter frpin West Point stales as an
example of tho efficiency of the graduating
class of cadets, that they dismount a canon
and separate tho parts of the carriage and
reunite them and fire the gun, in twenty-six
seconds. -': "' ' 1 ' ''i"' '
(From the Journal of Commerce.]
One Mr. Conway wan sent to Eu
rope n few weeks ago by the Aboi
Titioiiiuta. His Ceparturo was au
lion need In most of the Radicttl
papers, ai'cumpanieu wun nigtv
eonimeinlutions of his ability, and
the statement that he went on n
political mission authorized ,by the
Abolitionists. Ho wits most elab
orately praised by sonic of these
sheets, and his mission was spoken
of as of great importance.
We at length discover what that
mission was, and in a maimer that
is evidently astounding to the Rtid.
ical gentlemen that sent him. He
was, perhaps, a very good minister
for their purpose, in all respects
but one. He did not know enough
of diplomacy to keep-the object ot
his mission secret. He placed him
self . in the hands of his loreign
correspondents and was exposed ;
and. not only himself, but the pur
t , ho represents was exposed to the
indignation of the people they
were plotting to betray. Open urn
blushing treason is the avowed obi
i oct ot his mission. He states that
lie went out authorized by the
Radicals to offer terms of disunion
to Mr. Mason, the Rebel Envov
In England. He says that his
principals hold the "balance of
power" in American politics, and
can Dnng me war 10 an ena and
make disunion n fixed fact when
ever they choose, lie says that he
has authority frpm the leading an.
ti-slavery men to make propositions
to Mr. Mason for accomplishing
flisiinion, and he proceeds to make
Of course, if a conservative man
had opened a correspondence with
a rebel official, staling that he was
authorized to negotiate lbs disu
nion, the Rad'cal party would send
iity or a hundred. lending conserv
atives to Fort Lafayette on suspi,
clou at once.
We all remember the howl ot
virtuous indignation at which they
received Lord Lyons's statement
that ho had had sonic converea
tiou with, conservative men (as it
afterward turned out they were
Administration men, conspicuous
ill Loyal Leagues), but we do not
hear any su;-h indignation express
ed about Mr. Conway. We do
not. hear ot any attempts to arrest
the traitors whom lie represents.
The newspapers which announced
his departure contain abundant
evidence, on tho mi mo subject.
There' would be no difficulty in an
resting, Indicting and trying these
mjrfrv Are the Administration
really desirous to 6top treasonable
aid to the 01101113? Here is tho ex.
posure of tho very hotibed of trea.
son. Do they wish to know what
111011 arc anxious' to compromise
willi the rebels, not for union hut
for disunion, here is tho. nest Ol,
The Radical newspapers are
either profoundly silent on the
subject or simply call Mr. Conway
a fool. This will not do. He was
no fool when they and tlieirfriends
sent him on this mission. Nor is
there anything new in the idea.
We long ago snowed the Adminis-
I ' - i-'v vii v j 1 u 11 u 111 nut !
of thCBi :rn,rm"' 111
Boston, in which, they avonCv. !,iat
they would "rather light for Davis
than Lincoln if the former would
emancipate the slaves." No at
tention was paid to their utteran
ces. They wore of the "loyal"
kind who may speak or act treason
with Impunity. But now that they
have openly sent an ambassador to
the Southern Confederacy, we trust
that there will be no more disruito
on the part of tho Eccnmg Post,
Times, Tribune, and similar papers,
as to'Who' aro the traitors at the
North. . : . ' ,
Tho Abolitionists adopted the
disunion theory years ago. llicy
resolutions before the war
began to open a. eorrespoudcuco
...t.l CMitliMiti iliaiintnhifita tn ffi
feet a dissolution of the Union.
Wlbll UVUIftlVIU uwii.ii.w, -" --
They refused to' enlist when the
war commenced. They devised all
kinds of measures for making the
war unsuccessful. They have fii
nally sent an ambassador to the
Southern Confederacy. And these
are the men who call themsolvcs
loyal and call us disloyal.
Huch are tho Abolition traitors
that 'charge sympathy with the
rebels on tho Democrats! Why
not put in the hands of every hon
est man a whip
'To lash, the rascals naked through the world.'
MORE INTERFERENCE WITH
On the 19th of June, Revs. Hen-
nescj-, Fitzgerald, and Henry, were
at Hannibal. Missouri, engaged in
giving a mission. The Rev. Fa
ther Ledwith, pastor, was on that
day, Berved with the following noi
"Official Brstxuss Pastor of Catholic
Church, Hakxiral, Mo.
"Headquarters Second Provost Regiment,
E. M. M., Camp Kutzner, (at Hannibal,
Mo.,) Ji-ne 19, 1863.
"Rev. Father : We respect your
holy orders, and the orderr. ot Col
Kutzuer, which aro to this effect
That all public buildings shall have
by tho proprietors thereof, the
American flag raised over them.
You will therefore cease to worship
orou 111 your Church, until you
raise over its portal the national
Hag, of suitable size and dimen
sions. By order of
'Lieut. -Col. Commanding, 2d Provest 1'e-
giinent, h. 11. M. - -
A. W. Billing,, Adjutant,
So, the Catholics, tinder this best
Government under the sun, were
forced to "cease to worship God
their church, tin .ess they trans
form that Church into a politica
flag staff. '
Cur frcmnmint. rjentcs. New
Xorlf x roeman B -Journal
A Bloody Record.
California has obtained a sad no
toriety for its deeds of blood, anc
although tho number- of those has
much decreased, still fatal, affrays
are common. During louo a list
was kept, of all the homicides
tho State, and no list has been kept
since that year, nnd therefore I re
fer to a time so rcmoto for statistics.
It appears, then, from the records
of ; hat year, that 583 persons died
by violence. Of these, 357 were
whites, 133 Indians, 02 Chinamen,
nud three negroes. Tho number
of Indians killed by tho whites,
was, no. doubt, much greater, for
the two races were at war in vari
ous parts of the State, ar.d the
skirmishers, which almost invari
ably proved disastrous to the red
men, were iu many cases not rei
ported in the papers. Exclusive
the Indians slain, there were 405
homicides. In many instances no
particulars of the killing were giv
en, but of those cases where the
mode of death was well ascertained,
there were forty-seven executed by
mobs, nine were executed according
to law, ten wero criminals killed
by sheriffs and policemen in at.
tempting to arrest or detain them,
six wero foreigners killed hy the
collector's of tTie foreign miners'
license, thirty-two were killed by
ininaii3. seventeen were Kineu ui
justifiable- homicide by men who
were compelled to cieienu inem
Selves, twelve wero killed in fights
about mining claims, eight were
killed in lights at gaming tables,
6ixteou wero murdered for purposes
of robbery, and forty-six were
found murdored under circumstain
cos that did not indicate whether
the motive was deliberate murder,
sudden angor, robbory or self-do-fenco.
. . '
Opportunities, like eees, must
be hatchod when thoy are fresh.
He who is just as old as bis dog,
is a mutt of car-age. '
TREAT THEIR ENEMIES.
We have received B' vary inter
esting letter from Capt; iiiatteaB, 01
General Sherman's utaff, Med at
tho "Infirmary of the" Sisters ot
Charity, Common street Nev Or-
leans-," more familiarly kuowh . .
the "Hotel Dieu,"' ouetth many
noble Banitary institutions ior
wuicli tlie urcscem vuv'
been famous. Capt,B.; It-will bo
remembered, was wonnded -,y
minuie bail in tbe .fpoti, in tUj re
cent attack upon Tort IIuiUod, and
with General Sherman, his chief,
who was also wounded, and wnose ,
leg has since been amputatedwa
takon to iNcw UrlQansanu
placed under the car of LV.Etone,
one of tho most eminent surgeon'
in tho country, and the Bisters (u
tho "Hotel Dieu," from whom he
has received the kindest'and most
assiduous care and attention. Ali
ludingto his present situation, Cap.
Badeau eaye: "I am ner'e uttended
by a rebel surgeon, Dr. Stone, wt 0
is also the attending physiciaft of
General Sherman. ..Three .rebels
much wanted to take me to their
houses. One has offered me" his
country place for the summer. Re
bel ladies come to 6ee me, ana senu
me fruits and flowers. Others bring
me old wine, and 6ena. their, ser
vants to wait on me, and iri every
way my New Orleans friends dis
play the greatest magnanimity and
kindness. It is inst , so with Gen
eral Sherman, We are absolutely
overwhelmed with the attentions
of our euemies. The Sisters of
Charity aro Very kind and devoted,
and their vesper music is one of my
"That's a fine strum," said
one gentleman to another, alluding
to the tones of a singed jit a concert
tho other evening. "Yet," said a
countryman who sat near,. . f but if
he strains much more, be'JI buflJ."
T c Columbus "Crisis' says that
considerable criticism has bccnlin
dulged in respect to the following
paragoapli from Gov.' Tod s" jato
procfamation: ',;"L 1,i
"Allow me to rdeomilicm'l tliat
all places of busineBScbe cbaed at
three o'clok P. M, of each day.jfor
the coming week," and that every
loyal man devote hiciself to th&Tto
bio work of raising tnoyi t&save
our State from invasion." ,; iu
Why did not the Govcruqr , ad
vise every "loyal man" to, enlist
himself, instead ' of : ustng the ex
pression raising troopi?"-The
loyal men should voluntQftift's)d set
others an example. If, they. Jc not
volunteer how can they expect oth
ers to do so? : Thc public vvilrlook
to this practice, and not -toll U pre
cept. The - Union League ;iUb it
would get credit for copsist;ncjr.id
honesty, should go to the war.
.Water Drinking. Imnroncr
drinking of water has killed, tliou
sands.' There have been instaiices
where thirsty armies, aftef 3bW
marches, have come to aotu'eriVer,
wh on the men would . lio ctwn, n
their faces aud quaff an inordinate
qnr.ntily of water, with' tfiws' re
sults: Some died almost nstritrtiyr
others became crty and stagnated
like drunken men., Avpjd drinking'
water as much as possible when.
walking, wnen yoti reel tnwsTr,
rinse the mouth with wateY; but flo
uot swallow it. Jridk jmlr fchea
resting. Men, when heated, shoJct
not drink anything cold. Dnpfc
slowly ; half a tumbler of water
will suffice toe' thirstiest 'lots''!
tho worlt1, if he drinks by slpa.:I
fact, it is alraos, impos.pible; to, (ft
down a full glass pf wter taln ja
tbiB way. ' ' !''.''''"' ; 4
1.. .. .... r.s 1 't: 6.' !ii!-' 'Ujill"
. Ir'an empty puise cpold ek,
what loving soatimont woW U
cxdross? "You will fiud uo tedann
in rao." '";--'""