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lltTESDAY Afllll. 22
ll he Union It natiat be prrtrrrtd.
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Democratic Union State Ticket
rot tcciETAiT or utatc,
JAMES S. ATHOX.
Of Marion Count?,
roa acditoe or itatx,
Of FonoUln County.
rot, rtEAtiti. or täte,
MATTHEW L. BRETT,
Of D.iv!eM County.
ro ATTOt JET GKXttAL,
OSCAU Ü. HOHD,
Of Decatur County.
ro ai-rx&DtTK.tDKT or tvntio ixmccrioif.
MILTON H. HOPKINS.
Of Clinton CoontT.
TTtU tUm I'nlan be IKeatered!
Tl Louisville Democrat has teen mao fully
AiJ it Lu now turned Ilm guns agaimt that olJcr
i5k1 more deb in? treuon, the atx.lition doc
ine of the Republican party. W are glad to
e Uii., for in the mite of the present war, this
Imgerous faction has been allowed too much
liet, and Its leaders hare gone on from bad to
tit, till they have well nigh crushed out all
ijiulj sentiment from that political organization
The destructive In Con-rcM, in the adoption of
l abolition prograramchare gieatly strengthened
e cause of the rebellion, and loyal men in the
ee States have either to consent to an utter
cl erthrow of the Constitution and its guarantees,
tl" be cU.ed as "rebel sympathizers," if they op-
se the wild de?poti.m of the faction which
ifcle the roast in Congress. We freak pretty
Lnßdntly lor the patient and manly Democracy
Indiana, aud declare that they will oj't-o.-e,
eh by inch, all mcinures which have for their
jet the overturning of the institution of the
ive States. They, at le.it, will be faithful to
e pledges tu.ide? by our father, und countenance
aieiiire of policy which rVuIi look to the irn-
li.ite emancipation of the slave of the South.
a "military iicco-ity," which they regml
a mere pretext for the communion of a great
tional crime to the free white InWers of the
forth. The Democracy everywhere widli th'a
volt put down, HU'i have contributed three hun
ed thoujind men to aid that object, but they
ift'ver will become the advocate of a Union in
neb the negro and the w hite mm shall be joint
If rtners. It was not the Un.ou made at I'hila-
Iphia in 17?7. and if the political traitors of
ew England ric-ire such a Union, the Democia
' ar ' 1 1 I A t nnaar.t t r ha i iurl!nn rC Tn.lt
tax U specially committed to thi gre it truth
tS tt the negro and the white man en nevt-r Lc
nt partners in the heritage of national freedom
I glory. Nine ycirs ago the people of thi
ate, by a majority of nearly if not quite one
mired thousand vote, declared a peipetual
si pa rat ion of the races, and that majority and
tfleir pons will see that neither Annul am Lis-
lx nor Congress, nor Wendell Piiillim and
i con I erlernte Atolitionit shall be able to
ange a verdict founded on the highest priori
es of our Government and the wisest dictates
self preservation. Indiana has taken her stand
ainst this admixture- of negro population and
is placed that prohibition in her Constitu
te If the members of the present mad and
xzj Congress think they can destroy and over
rn slavery iu the South, perhaps they would
ve the same power to compel Indiana to change
r Constitution, and admit the emancipated ne
e upon her soil. If so, let the poor fools
tg it. The "boys" who have, so far, done so
if bly in defense of the Government and the
llaion, would quickly "cru?h out" the Abolition
hort who might attempt to change the organic
of the Hoosier State. Indiana is for the
lion si it was, as it i, aud as she mem to pre-
ve it "with the dignity and right of every
ite unimpaired" co-equals in everything, in
iors in nothing. Those who are opposed to
Jk a Uuioi, had jut a well join the rebel at
ce, and ceae their pretence of love for the
don. They are, in fact, its most deadly foe.
The Louisville Democrat his the following
t remark in regard to the present hypocritical
d silly Congress. e think it about time that
; Democrat had opened its etw to the future
the country, and if the Journal of that city
uld but open its batterie in unison, we might
Ive the proud satisfaction of attending the
eral of Abolitionism in the West before many
The Abolitionists are doing the worst they can
Congress. We h id some hopes of moderation,
i recently the radic.il seem to have m nie nin
idwav and it i v t unlikely that they will
sh all their measures through. That is now
tet thev can do lor the country. Thi re-
lion would have cost a few hundred million
if Congress Ind learned some sense without '
. eriiueuts io cosily, but the Jeo le have filled
npresv with such partisans, and they will have !
ly the extene of treasure and LI.kmI.
The nrmv has done well; it will accomplish its !
vlrk; but tliat will not be a restoration of the i
W e can a-ure the Administration and'
Hour 1 It!
General Gat, in his letter to General Ueav-
hoard, declining to permit the rtbel command
er to erJ men under a fl ig of true for the pur
pose ol hurting the dead of the Southern army,
"Owing to the warmth cf the weither, I
deemed it advisable to have all te dead of
partus hurird immtiiiaUlj. Heivv details were
made tor this purpose, and U u note accom
plithtd." Thii letter of Gea. Giant to BiAtatoAiD is
dated "Pituburg, April 9, 1SC2.M Now. there
nttut te tone error la this, or Gea. Giant wai
!mpfd upou by tboe ht ordered to bury the
dead of both parties. The editor of the Lafiy.
ette Journal (Jai. P. Lie, Ei ,) writing un
der date of MPttbnrg, April 13, fuur
d ys later than Gen. Grant's letter, s ays:
"We passed over the field fire days after the
fight, and jet there were many bodies unburu-d.
one pUtee, nearly tiro hundred rebels teere ly
ing in the $pace of an acre. We saw frequently
a einple cor;se separated from the others, far out
In the thicket, where the wounded rebel Lad
crawled to d.e."
Mr. Lcsk is a well known citizen of Indiana, a
man of close observation, and Lot likely to make
assertions at random. There must be some error
about this, but where the mistake lies, it is diffi
cult to say. Oen. Gbant may have been deceiv
ed by some of hi subordinate.
ill.iüdiirtiani, lias e.tvted a Dennnraiic M-or. 1
1 mtjonty; the majority i:a.iit t'ietii lat
lwa4j0. Let all Krwtuikian t-e ir in utmd 1
it, in the present Congress, wherever vou find '
vote of tti trder flave State, ym find
Ntrtliern IVmcratic Vote with thetn. 1 he i
rtheru Democratic pies and the loyal pre- i f
lve Mate s;eak the sane I-inuac.
We admit that noiue of the Iieru!iuM!i iu
(I ngres are conservative, and till more of them
all o at home: but thev arecon.-l-tntlv ii;t':ertoJ
tflutrty pre-nre; and in their etL-rts" fur a w:e
tui mojerate policy, tney Witt i;e to oejn l
tu tl v oo their political o-tf.e?it tt ut.Iri tiieui.
(Dt the oiher U.wJ the Dcuimr irv of the Notth
not only sound for the Unten, but fr the
lUiMMi the right way. l)fnurrit i
rJiealthu the sword will not accomplish i
o eiid, however ucceful "iir armie-i in av I.e.
. arra-i op;x-ili.iti ean le put dwnut will'
p '.t low n, but still the powers of the Hoven -it
can be nullified. We may h.ne a dead !
u.oii, which, like a o r invalid wiih one half :
i-ilzel. will I nger out a painful ei-tei ce. i
The violent partian'iip in Conprei w.ll keep 1
ic feiing etp iilv io!ent in hilf the courtrv, '
til a chronic anLig nim acc:u;lishe by mere
rt; t wti.tt forve ne T can e' tmi!i. Thi
lion must 1 h innoniou. The Fe 1 eral (ov
iiiient mu't have the eooorition of S: it j
I people: nd a jolicy must te ah'pte-i th it j
11 bring that about, otherwise all this blood and
sure i. wasted for uotlrrg. !
We h t 1 hoped that thi ConTre-s would do
t thev tack the cipu-itv. The peop'e will ;
.utnitthe woik to other aud more competeu:
The cY.ulmi of I-rael did reach the promise! '
d; but even Mo-e, r l.i s:u. w. not . r '
1 1 1 to ?-ee it. Ju't t certainlv will t'.ij Uiion
retore1!, but the j re-eat leader will tiot see it.
iy bare iiueI Iki toii :to.l iriril ! nuu-li.
i nut In the nl-r of lVuvi tence t alhiw men
io hne furCvl the Coü.-tltuti on and the Union ;
te ieriiiittNl to rejo.i-e at it- restoration.
Men who hive them-elve been retl air iii.t ;
Constitution and the law for a rentier of
itury will not enjoy triutn;i over ot!er rebels ,
itnner. (irlv A Co. mv rejoice now. and
in wliHt tliev think their triumph; lut thev
HI tall fa-t and fall ftr. The jmle of thi
luntrr hive rt f witl-in. if thev !
crrv once in a while. Thev will oo:i p
jfl-X'tate the dilliculty and ili.oplace those who
iiuiu in ine way.
Snund tmr Hip I ninn.
i ITbeloeal e'e-ti.kn in üiili how w vastly in-
((hi-rvI IK m-K-ratic -ote Du ton, tie home of
The) Willi nlnc of I'anu tlclm.
The people iu all ape have been fihtin the
assumptions of superiority and ripht to rule iu
nutters of politics, morality, and religion. The
strudle for freelotn of person il action, so far a
consistent with the right of others, and free loin
of conscience, lias made as many battle fields as
the love of power and conquest. And it would
would seem that the war was never to end. It
is true that, as contest after contest Ins achieve!
guaranteed riht for the people, and civilization
and enlightenment followed in their train, we in
thi country have bin down the sworn and rested
these right in the guarantees of the Constitution.
But the same spirit is incident to human nature,
and when organized into a fanatical majority it
use it jxiwer in the form of law a tyranically
and as vindictively as if it retcd its claim in
pretended divine riht and divine commissions,
llence we hive had proscription for places of
birth, proscriptions for religious' belief, and pro
sciiptions for individual opinion and action.
Hence we have had of late year Know-Nothin-istn.
Abolitiuni.-ui. aud Maine law Um.
Oriiuizel fanatical majorities are the worst
tyrants of the whole brood. Professing to be
l.tloi in for the good of mankind, their conceited
judgment point the way and their power applies
the coercion. They never learn anything or for
get anything. Wi en thev see in the long cata
logue of the past not only the utter failure of
their system to accompli.sh any good, but it ab
solute and patpalde re.-lilts n nothing but ev.il,
yet iu the same spirit, the ame illiberal fanati
cism, they seize the same weapon to frce upon
others the dogma of their own opinion. The
South, they say, must and shall believe and itct
un the subject of slavery a we do. The
whole coplc. shall take their moral upon the
temperance question from our dictation. There
fore, we, the elf constituted jMi.-essor of all
public morality, by the power of the Slate which
we have been able to grasp, proclaim that every
body eUe shall do a we proles to do, and to
thi end all peis mal rights, and all rights of
property or liberty, inci,i-tent with our pur
pose, are hereby abolished.
The last measure of tlie-e organized fanatic
i from the Legislature of Iowa. That augu-t
assemblage, we understand, nt it last session,
passed an extremely prohibitory liquor law. lie
fides iiifxing the severest jetial:ie for viola
tion of the law, it piovide that :my person may
give informat;on where liquors are know n or sus
pected ti be kept, on which information a search
warrant is obliged to be issued, and no change of
venue i allowed to the accused, no matter be
fore what court he may be brought on the com
plaint. The selling of aleoholic liquors is ma le
a penitentiary otleiisc.
That enactment id after the genuine pattern.:
Tiic Itcipoiiilblllly for the War.
We know of no example for the sublime iyi
pudence of the Kej ublican leader in denying
their responsibility for the war. They shall not
e.-cape the reoiiibility, nevertheless.
The war nor secession w as a necessary conse
quence of the election of Mr. Lincoln. He could
himself have averted secession, and of course
war, by a few sample, assuring won!, spoken in
good time after his election. The Republican
leaders in Congras could have averted secession,
and of course war, by a little assuring legislation
during the first lew week of the session which
commenced in December. 1H51); and after the .se
cession of the cotton States, they could have coo
fined secession to those States, which would
speedily have collapsed, alter a little assuring
legislation. All thi every intelligent reader un
derstand a w'!l a we do, and we have only to
recall hi recollection of event from the election
to the inauguration of Mr. Liccoln, to fix, in
every intelligent reader's mind, the responsibility
for the war.
Hut let u bring a little testimony to bear upon
the question, ltepublicau are of late fond of
quoting Diugla. Ir. making him a witness, they
admit u to the right of cross-question, and they
cannot impeach the credib lity of their own wit
ness in any respect. We seek to know fron
Douglas, therefore, whether the Ke; ublic inlead
er m'mht not have aveited secession and war by
a little assuring legislation; and we find his an
swer in a speech lieliveied by him in the Senate
on the .'Id day of January, lvtl, on the measu-e
of coneilut.on which himself had introduced.
"I believe this to be a fair basis of amicable
adjustment. If voll of the Republican side are
nut willing to accept this, nor the proposition ,1
the Senator from Kentucky. (Mr. Crittenden)
pray till us what you are willing to do?
"I address the inquiry to Republicans alotc
for the reason that in the Committee of Thirteen
ii tew davs ngo, eveiv member from the Soutil,
rrandtlnthe Army Hell.
The bill in the IIoue of Representatives to
appropriate thirty million of dollars f) mike up
the deficiencies of former e-tini ites led to n harp
discussion, in which it was charge 1 that there
were "atrocious frauds and speculation by the
War Department;" that is, aa formerly conduc
ted. One member stated, moreover, that it u
rumored that the $'),( K),fMX) was to pay for a
defalcation in the War Department when it was
under the directionof Mr. Cameron. Mr. Dawes
of Msvchuetts, sai l it was notorious that offi
cers of mere skeletons of regiments were re
ceiving full pay for doing nothing, and wa doubt
ful if such regiments existed at all except on pa
per. It is strange that, if our army numbers
neirly 700.000 men, and thnt so many men ate
under pay, there hould be only 4,16,413 ou the
rolls. The estimate was for half a million of
men. the number Congress intended to raise; but
by some hocus pocu we are Informed at one
time that the number raUed is 52.000, and then
agnin that it is nearly 700,000. There ought tot
to be this uncertainty, and public justice demands
that a rigid inquiry ought to be made into the al
legation that army pay is drawn on fictitious rolls
of regiments which have scarcely an existence.
This would be better work for a committee of
Congress thnn the foolish inquiry as the alleged
inhumanity with which the enemy conduct the
war, and a bootless iuvestijratiori about dead
men's bone at Manassas. The legitimate bur
thens of the war will be heavy enough without
adding thereto fraudulent million. Let a search
ing inquiry be made Y. Y. llerali.
Tlie Terrible Weapon.
The exploits of the Parrott gun. at the siege of
Fort t ulaski, are but the prelude of what can and
w ill be done w ith that treaiendous w eapon. The
guns, which from their position on Big Tybee
Island, over a mile from the Fort, were able to
drive cast iron bolts through the stone wall as if
it had been a cheese, were nothing but thirty
pounders, having only the same calibre as the old
nine-inch smooth-bore. The one hundred roun
der, to the production of w hich the resources of
the est l oint roundry have lately been directed,
i a piece of vastly greater destructive powers, as
the rebel will find out when they bear from it.
When the lirst specimen of this weapon was turn
flout, a short time ago, there was a great de il
of theoretical douht about it successful opera
tion, but experiment which were carefully made
at the foundry, and at Sandy Hook, soon estab
lished its amazing capabilities. The Government
promptly took the hint, and ha enough Parrott
one hundred pounder in the right place to pro
duce the right effect nt the right time. Mr. l'ar
rott has made important improvements in the gun
and the missile since hi first invention, the na
ture of which it would not be proper to speak of
in this connection. It would be ejually ill timed
to give the wonderful result of certain expeti
ment recently made bv the inveutor. The f-ci-
entitle world mut wait not long, perhaps for
the repetition of these experiments on a grander
scale in actual conflict. The prediction is not a
rash one, that these great Parrott gun will upset
a good miny notion of invulnerability that are
now regarded a scientific truth. And the end
i not vet. (Juris of still larger calibre are in pro
cess of construction, which will in their turn shoot
new idea into the rebels, and, erhaps, furnish a
new tonic to the Ih iti.-h Parliament. X. Y. Jour
nal vf Commerce.
From the Rkhmonl Whifr.
A Table of Distance.
As a matter of convenient reference we pub
lish the following table of air-line distances
(miles) between the mo-t important points ir. the
neighborhood of Norfolk. The measuiement
are mathematically accurate being the results
of careful triaiigul ition. If ve have any cap
tion readers, they must not supKse weaie giv
ing the enemy information, for we cull the items
from the charts of the coast survey, hundreds
of which :ire among the archives of '.he Federal
Rabooii himself. The table is worth preserving:
FROM NORFOLK TO 'FROM FORT MONROK TO
Kort Monroe II 'Mill Creek Rridge.
Newport News. .. .10?j ! Rip Rap 1
So well's Point. .. 7 'iiimptnn
Ocean View 74' Willonghby Point. 2t,,
Sandy Point 4? ' So well's Point. .. 4
r1., -Newport New.. . . (.;
4!S.indy Point f'j
4 Cranev Island H
2'.;. Pig P.MHt I)'.,
FROM SOW'F I. L S TOINT TO
Pig Point.. . .
Lambert' Point. . .
Naval Hospital P't.
Hampton PJ'o villoughbv Point. 2
Rip Raps lO.'lMoush's UiufT 2'.;
Willoughby Point. Rip Raps 3
FROM CRANKY ISLANI TO RlpRips H1.,'
NewiHtrt New s. . . . 6 j Newport News. . . . fi
; WILLOUGHBY roi.NT TO
Kip Raps 1.,
4'j Fort Monroe 2ls
O I X i m nti ii Tl
Fort Monroe 8
Pig Poiut 4
So well'. Point. .
Naval Hospital P't.
From Naval Point Hospital to lioush' Rluir,
4!.j miles; from Sandy Point to Camp Talbott,
2 miles; from Newport's to Willoughby Point,
C1., miles. The star indicates the distance of the
Sawyer gun experiment.
Taking Richmond as the center, the following
table show at a glance the distance of different
point in Virginia from there:
From Norfolk to Richmond is 1"G
From Suffolk to Richmond
From Cape Henrv to Richmond. .
From Hampton to Richmond
From Fort Monroe to Richmond. . . .
From Vorktown to Richmond
From Williamsburg to Richmond . ..
From Fredericksburg to Richmond. .
From Washington to Richm ond
From Winchester to Richmond
From (tordonsville to Richmond....
From Staunton to Richmond.
Coolly Imfuhf.nt. The claim that nobody
has a right to oppose Rlack Republicanism, is
about a cool a anything that ha appeared even
in these time of astounding developments of
political arrogance and impudence. We are told
ly Connecticut Republican paper that the Demo
cracy of this State overstep the line of their duty
and proper business, in presuming to set up a
ticket against the Rlack Republican ticket. Ther e
wa "no excuse" for so doing; it was a wilful
piece of insubordination ! Indeed? We believe
tne Pemocr.icv of old Connect'cut, though for
.1 i.. .1 . ... c .i .. mi
li.uuuiug. mos. .u U1C luuouiics .ucss.s. (!e!e lU,h f ti!1 af, ere
T oomU and l lVi- expressed their readiiie-s j ,,u. ronvin.e the-e arro-nnt politifian of the
accept the proimon of my venerab.e tne:td ; Abolition stripe that thev have the rights now so
from Kentucky (Mr. Crittenden) as a final cj. j su.rciioi.slv denied. The Portland (Me.) Arqu
tument of thecontroversy.il ititen-le-I and suv i (k . of titi, n),:vct :is follow s;
tame,, by the Republican numbers. i j Whenever before, even in a times of profound
-Hence the sole respouMbil.ty of our dungrc- j :0.UH..ini :d,und ,t pn.speritv .nd P,rtva:.:-.e.ds
m-.t. ..n.l the only dah.-ulty in the way ot an ! :re l;rriv ju-titlibe then if Vver ha a'nv' party
amx-a .le adjustment, i with the Kepubl.qn , h:U tl)C umlvsty (v; t a,k ;,t,
p.tttv. I J parties to -ive up their orgni izations ;ir.d train in
M irk the language: "he e repnnbduy ; ,.rl 0,lu?,UVt 0l!er t!lfir c;lpt.iitiS? ! ! If the
o. our ui agu-ement. and ti e only d.lha.lty n , , n)po,i!il)n Unot the very snbümitv of impudence,
the w-iy of anorah.e a jument . is the kepuha- . u mu ,,e tht ul.nh.l. 'And then oidv
can party. S e sound this language in he ears ; t( ,.hlk of hfuch p t:lhi, ;o m:Ulv (f ihvt,
of ev ery man and woman ... the and n,, whom ; ,v-r h -m ,,ie Tr0llurvin t,;e r,ckef,
the o.n-e-juences ot thn w ar fall w:th crushnjg ,if 1e sol,pors cr ,h(.xl-,Ur, tfie C0:lts ff lht.ir
e'r ... . .. ' 1 backs, or the .s'u.ts olf their feet. No! thank
There t-another w,tne- whom we w,h to ex- ! v,uc,M-t :lccf.,.t n,., an invitation, Lo how.
amu e :a thi conrtu n t s e .-.c!! mllip, , -jff 0fJ .c ,
wfio .c nveiniv leaste-t lv the ice 1 reside it j
of the trnte! States, the ; eaker ot the H-ue il ArriWlU of rSr0C from UlC
of Re, reset, talives, and otlor Repvu can le tdecs y South.
j oiig as ii;e niyai peop.e i me irui
Union, nd if the jmlicr of liberating the Blares
in to 1 adoptcl. it i eiy to perceive thvt the
ejects will -non l efeen an 1 fell here. The ne-
groe. as they re fieel,wi'.i naturally mike fr
the North, the land whence their liberators corce,
and where flavcry i unknown. It id true we
li-tve law against the Immigration of colored
persons, but of wlut avail will laws be in such i
case a this? None at all. They could not be
enforced, and perhaps under fuch circumstance
it would be inhuman to attempt it. S.A. Ledger.
Cx Iot rncto Inlilblllon.
The Federal Constitution provides that no new
punishracut for a tpeoEcd crime shall apply to
instances of thtt cr.rr.e occurring before ?uch
change of punishment. The law of our country
make treason punishable by death. It is propos
ed, in Congress, to add to thi punishment that of
conn-cation, and to make it retroactive thus vi
olating, in or.e act. two of the most sacred pro
visions of our Constitution provision which the
framcrs of that great charter of our liberties val
ued as pecoud to none, is yafe guards against the
usurptions of oppressor and despots.
Not only is this proposed, but it i insisted that
all Southern State line shall he obliterated and
all political privilege extinguished, and that the
"consent of the governed doctrince, enunciated
by the Declaration of Independence, shall be pro
claimed a nullity, and that no hand le extended
to them, save that attached to the " military arm '
of the usurper. Springfield Ilcyister.
t'i.lfv .ii-i rti!d :u :i -M-tit'ier liv tue enii'c
, V . u , r. l ki.ow i::l bv hearsay ot tne liberation ol Si.tves
pubhc in i re of t!e country.' e vv.i.it ti sh", ... .
I.v him tiv the Ker.uMican .r anu a very le.t! ' ' ,
, . ..... r ti' 1 0'r anu;es. tliev care utile ;dout it. 1 I prob- ;
e; in C.'ii-ress would not agiee torinv of i,e -. . ,
measures d conciuit;on wn.cii were urued U - - J . - j
i ...... ,s I ........ .1.,;;... tf. ; :rn,s 'g o:.-t the.r country deserve to
A.'tii:ta9. V Ullrtl'II II Ail'l IMHVI i'.uvr,. viuiio- 'V
lse the.r i.egroe: . j should we pay if the rebel
masters weie likely tobe the only idferers. Rut
the jtie-tion is uht: of vastly ni'-re iiiijortaiice.
It is noi the rc'.'cl masters who are only, or even
Ui iinly, u.terestel in this ijv.e-tios.. Undoubtelly
the-e i t -"ii- co u ll innae to live without the.r
session of lrol-J, and which would luve bej:i
accepted by the Smth. Mid averted secession aij l j
war. In i pee:-h in Tremout Temple, lktstoji, I
afu-r t!ie cloe of t!;e itle n.imexl tesion
Congress. I'hdfips estifiel: . '
.... , , , r .. i i, I t i 1 iH'Sro?:! but Could wr live mth t he:a: That, we
pht't ed disunion, bruise it wouid lead to tie ,7 . '.
', , , , . . . . .- r,i:, take it. is the ou-tion whcli most t-ei tmenily
dTeh nini of uiank.nAl and tne elevation of tue !. , , . v ,
M-ck nu " ' I ll teret the peop.e ot the North, and e.-jecully
nd he ad ! ! l'iC 'r uCi l'ie N"trth. lika In lian i aud
In i months I erect a separation. The I",r,ls-
. " .!. I . I . . V Si.'lV Vm IM'O mo iir OVlil , II
g.iu:e 1 u;, ii.e l u:on I ai an eno. r na r
rurcr: istM Hotline tut .Kurare. 1 lie .ortli r
t.ir.krupi iu character as in mot.
VitmiiOi C'..!s we shall see two
We hive sid enough, and shown enough, io
' ginii recently arrived in Piiiludclplii 1, at.d a:-
., . .,1 i thouli the number was entire. v ni-i.dicjnt, vet
lonev. Heiore ti'e; . , - , , . , , , c. . r 1
; , 4 it ha alartr.ed the it-oi le ot two states, I et ti? l
ci nte leraces. t ... i n 1
. 1 I vai.ia u.d New Jeisev. 1 etdions. hav e bcn pie-
iet the retder to thinking,
thoughts. CaiAjyu Timrs
We leave him to h
sei.teii ii.d tc-o!utioi introduced :i.to the Lej;is-
! Iituresof these State having fjr their object the
I j prohibition of the tuither immigration of thi
! class of tTson. What action will be taken on
A (liHOi Sigx. At the recent Uiwnsldp eie? ! the sul ject we do not know. Probably notlJng
ii. il.Miinir the Demokrat hatt dnie 1 def.nlte w ill be done at rtesent. 1 he dangtr is
nMy. The jMirty bi.e weie drawn iu most vf
the township, ami the result has proicü that the
Ie:nocracv have but to will to cirrv every tl.it g
beioretheiu. In the township of Li-ul. lh;i
Ur, Salt Cmk, and SpnogMe'J, and trde
I)eu.'H-r:it mpply t!;e places of Republican .
Ttus;ev. I In In been ett"ecUl by organixv
tion, and. conclusively th.it the Dfaiocrat.'v
of old Kriiklai is alive ar.d kicking raolri-v
not sutüiiently imui"i:ect, and the public mind is
t o much engrossed about the suppression of the
re' til ion, to caue legislators to lovk at remote
consequences of pre-ent action. Rut that alarm
i felt is sulhcieutly evident.
If Pennsylvania and New Jersey begin to feel
une?y on this riiltjeet, have not the Western
border States st.'l mure caure fr unetad e;s? A
mighty Union aiuiy is about to ;-,.t-.rte the
most densely negr ppu!.tel utes f the
Indiana Mate Debt.
The debt of thi State is now stated to be eleven
million four hundred thousand dollars. There
must have been some mvsterious increase of the
debt recently that the people have not been
aware of. The debt how seems to be nearly as
large as it was w hen the Duller bill arrangement
was made, by which one half the debt was liqui
dated. When that arrangement was made, the
debt wa reduced to something less than seven
millions, and it has been understood that taxes
have since been raised to pay the interest on the
debt and meet the ordinary expenses of the Gov
ernment. The present Constitution prohibits the
Legislature "from incurring any debt, except to
meet casual deficits in the revenue, to pay the in-
test on the present State debt; or to reel inva
pion or suppress insurrection. now tneu has
the State deht been so largelv increased T Will
pome one w ho understands the subject inform the
people in regard to this matter? Richmond Jef-
Dltv or the DtJiocRAcr. The New York
Leader, speaking of the present attitude ofpaities
and of the duty of the Democracy says:
Theie are just io thing to be done in this
year of our Lord, One is, to restore the
Union a it w.is; and this our nationnl soldier
are do'ng nohlv at the reiil of their lives. The
other is, to maintain the Constitution as it is; and
to this end ev ery national man should labor un
ceasingly, whatever may have been hi past as
The Democracy moat do their share of this no
ble work; indeed, upon then its success mainly
depends. They are to say whether or not there
shall be a Union of all national men against the
Abolitionist. It is useless to talk about what is
to come afterw ards, for, if we do not save the
Union nud the Constitution, what comes after
wnnJ is ot very little consequence. Let our
motto be Union for the sake of the Union.
Tiik Kovi'TiAX Colonlls. Nearly every one
of the Colonel of the first legimenl raised m
Kirvpt have been wounded and disabled from ser
vice to wit: Colonel Dougherty, at Re'mont;
Colonel Logan, Lawler and Morrison, at D me!
son; und Colonels Havnie and Hicks, at Shiioh
Two of the Lieutenant Colonel have been killed,
Smith mid White, and another Eaton, has. just re
Hired from Pittsburg, severely wounded. Hut
what of this? These heroes arc only "Kgwi-
tians." Your only true patriots are the blatant
Abolition worthies, who snarl ntggeriui about
the street of Chicago and Springfield, abuse
Kgypt, and hope for Government sop in remu
neration. Springfield, (III.) llejittr.
Tin; Mi iu want's Magazine. This magazine.
formerly known as Hunt's, but now in the hand
of Win. R. Dana, Esq., editor and proprietor, has
asumed a more popular style, without losing cf
it sol.d value, mid wall prove a welcome visitor,
not only in the banking toom, counting house,
and m inufactory, but also at the family fireside
The opening article in the April number on the
origin and process of silk culture, is a racy and
interesting a a sensation novel, although brim
ming with facts und information worth a more
permanent lodgement in the memory. We com
mend this magazine not only to our mercantile
friends but to all the reading public. Stw York
Jour, of iAjmnurce.
ONE Of THE riNFsT C0TTA0E RFSIflFNCEJ IX
th city, c'i;tin-.r.j t'ti r.ms tM lH
ISJ'.xSi', Luumi 1 uvm ainl Irrim e v. Fr isfw
nuüoficill ea K. FRItHrSOV,
apr!9-dlw lu-al K-tU? Arrnt.
To Whom it May Concern.
TY0 ttoie who wish to honor the wie tnry cf dr parted
JL worth I w&ihl y that I hare Jut finUhed aixl Kt
up at my fchop, 'o 127 Eat Washln-ion trt, a hand
awm Itahan Marble Monument, whica 1 ad trade or ex
change for a Let in tome con veriDt part of the city.
plS-aiw il. DOW. NET.
vi-r i tin i TTTiTAntTrn
nr, auiuuiu.r.u iu A.v
50U5CZ th" nam" of JAMF.S K. TLtDifM Fit, a a can
didate to rcpresut Mart n county in the next Legislature,
uVjpcl to the dccl-ion of the Democratic Conntjr Conven
tion. MAST V0TFKS.
I Me EE
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CO W e o m m
ULI . j m m
W C - 9 tr- W
uli in n i ; -
to tr. r m h 1
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m a "3 .
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CO J f'2 B-
Z O J -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
C. L. S. Matthews,
La i'gc F i re-Pr no V ItSci iCdi 11 ,
NO. 124 FOURTH ST., WEST SIDE,
Iletween ?Iuin Street and the Hirer
C. ConsiiuncuU are respectfully solicited, and hn
nieili tor sal'H with prompt returns guaranteed. Janl3
IN EVERY VARIETY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ltOWEUVy STE11MT aV CO.'.V.
Ii I V K II V T A K 1a Ts ,
"jVTO. 10 Fast Pearl street, half a square euiith of Wash-
iiipttii tr-et. 1t w-n Meridian and IViiiis) l ania
treets, in rear of Git-Mi" k r.bck . IndiHiiop lis.
ap5-dtf W.M. WILKISUX, Proprietor.
f The arrest of Simon Cameron at the suit
of 1'ierce llutler for false iinjirisonrnent, in tlie
latter having brn sent to Fort Lafayette under
no other authority than Cameron's onler as Sec
retary of War, is the beginning, e hope, of
measures th.it will brinj; to just punishment the
usurpers who have so mercilessly iob ed o many
citizens of their rights. The Constitution needs
vindicating in the persons of Mr. Cimeron and
Mr. Seward, and the ptviple owe it to themselves
to see that it is vindicated. Chicago Times.
10 AD Vnn T1SFHS.M1 idrertiinets t ilen f,-r
a tfvcifisil timr, it,t r.lrml out before th erj-iriitiim
of'ffif tinii Htririf-t , will I ehirjil th rejiU-tr r' it rig
for the a ime to the time they ore ordered nut.
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE.
OHTAINKD FOU NKW IXVKNTIOXS OF F.VKRY
Sex -riptiou. Fees cntiiiK,'iit vu mcr-. o pat
ent no pay. St'iid for Circular, iriviiij term., directions,
Ac. A.liress AMOS 11KOADXAX.
novlS-dly Fatent Attorney, Vohitigton, D. C.
(icorc 1 Wortliiiitoii,
NO. 434 THIRTEENTH STREET, ONE DOOR FROM F,
10 LADIES OF DELICATE HEALTH OR IMPAIRED
ori oiizati'iii. r to those ly whom an increase of
family i from any reason object iorialle, the un.IrsiK"'d
woul.l otft.T a prescription which is perfectly reliable and
5af, au t which has been prescribed in various parts of J
the OM World for the pat century. Although ttn articl
is very cheap and simple, yet it has hrt-n put up in half
pir.t bottlos and sold very extensively at the e.ihorhitant
price of 5 p-r lottl, the undersigned propo-e to fur
nish the recipe for $1, 1 y the poseion of which every
la 'y can s'ujj.lv herself with a r'th'Ct safeguard, at any
dru store for the trif.inz mm of 25 cents per year. Any
physician r -truiri -t will tell you it is perfectly harmless,
thousand of testinioiiials can be procured of its eTicacy.
Sent to any part of the world on receipt of l,hwMres$.
In. In. J.C. IiKVKUALX,
P.O. H x, Xc. 2353, New- Haven, (Jormecticut.
n AYING r.EFN ENGAGED FOR A NUMP.F.R OF
year in the lettlement of such Claims in one of the
Oo eminent Olhces, (from which he han withdrawn,;
offers to attend to cl alius of any kind that may bt eUri::
ed to him, Mich as those for Pensions, FwniPty, Arrears of
Pay, Subsistence, Transportation, Clothinjr, and partic
ularly for horses, aud other property lost or doimyed in
the United States service, incluimg case of impressment.
AVe are well acquainted w ith Mr. Wortlilngton, acd
cheerfully testify that w e know no Agent in Wa-hinirton
on whom claimant. can more confidently rely than on
him to conduct their business w ith integrity, capacity and
zeal. Sened by
HON. JOHN D-M PHERSON,
A. Solicitor of I. S. Court of Claims.
HON. CHAS. U. CALVERT,
House of Representatives.
KEY. SMITH PTXE, D. D.
COL. W.ll KAXDOLPH,
Chief Clerk L S. Treasurer' 5 OiTxe
1 fully indorse the above t!motiUl, and cheerfully
ami continently rc..njniend Mr. Wirthinstn tomy broth
er ofticer sikI sol.lier in Kentucky and el-ew here, an!
to all o'Ur h.ivii:KcU;miz:;itittheiiovemmnf. Prob
allv no man ha a more thorough know bdi:e of War
Claims than Mr. W.
awl for zeal and inteirritv be h i not
T. S. i:VEKKTT,
Captain, Aojt. GeLeral's lept.
TO.iII,lM. A: C I)rnur2il o.
Is I'.hhI iViaoltinsrtoti Street,
Hive bee-i aj-pot.tel aehti for the sale (if
it u a . i r: s t r s s n- v a o ,
THE WONDF.liKL'L G RANCH'S, for the cu'e of Coughs,
Cd S re T'uPMt, Kronen:: is. iieeiti,', 'rrilation of the
I'vuia a:i ! T iisi, ihI Disea.-e of tiie Lunr. Sold in
lurite boxes, 2.'. rts., 51 ct.. and i I each. nVl.twlr
ly-SIXUKÜ 'Ii "cÖS LKTTi:it"A" FAM
ILY SKWIXtJ MACH INF. i?h all tie reccr.t laijr-vf.
l.i.-m-, i- t!. P.KST aii'l CHEAPEST and MOS T l.KALH
H"L ' u.l ew ,:;r' m.u l.iiies. Thi.- m.icl.in' w ill si w ain -C..:n
ffitn the rum. in of a tuck in tarlct.m to the in-.k-
of a;i overeat anything from ilot or leaver c'otli j
c. w:i to i HQ so!tet gauze orof;acnr t;.--.;e, tioi i ever
re..! ti ! w ork to p-rfec ti..n. It can fell, hem, bind,
ruLi-r, turk, ,ui!t, and ha capacity for a frrcat vari-ty
of oni.iiii ntaJ work. His is not the. onlymaclinctb.it
can fell, hem, bin 1, ani o rrth. t ut it w.ll d j so better
than any orhcr aachi:ie. Tlie Letter A Fani.Iy Sewii:;;:;
Macbine nuy - hl io a great variety of cabinet case.
The Fi'lUili; Case, which is Dow beconin so jx.pi.lar, is,
a its tuv.re ic"ir.es, one that c..rt W f.lJel Lto a Ix x rr
c.s-, wk ich, h-i: opened, m.ite beauiiful, substantial,
and ; ic-..u taIe f.Tthe w ork to rest upon. The cax
a-e cf e.ry imainaSJe desjp-n -lain 9 the wo! grew
in it tie forest, or a elaborately finished a art can
nAe tbem. I. M. SINHFR Jt CO.,
No. 4i l?roadwiy, New York.
lflni anapolls OSicf No. 3 Odd-Fellnw' lull,
W asUi::i.loii -treet. aj lS-dly
AV. II. IiO O.II I
The market i fall of imit!ioo, represented to -s th
aame "l.r.OWN'S HNCUIALTRuCHE.V'
in mist ca productive of poitiTe i: jury. Mnydea5-r
w ill rec niniend inferior preparation, and low r pricel
art:cles, aff- r tin:: more prof.tto thetnele A'a for and
OBTAIN only -BkOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,"
which by lc-n esperienca bare proved their value, having
received the ancl!rtn of physicians generally, ar.d testi-n'-niaU
from eminent mea throughout the country.
li!:(i5'S BRONCHIAL TROCHE?, when avowed to
dissolve in the mouth, have a d.reet lafiaenceto
the a;Trc"e J pirt; the euaüve and aoothinrf effect to the
uikut lining of the wln-lpij Into the Bntchii allay I'ul-
rni :ry LrriutiouauJ 't rel. f in CfUh, Cü!1, anl
lh firua Thro.t fTe-ti.n1o wbtch punlc pekrr. and
invr arc liable. fctll-lly '61
TIIAVF A C0MTLETE ASSOKTJIFXTOt F.FDDING
(:t Plnt of a.,rted varieties, at reduced prict!, in-
lc, Ac. Ac
Also, a peneral a-K'.rtment of hardy llding Plant, a
Sr irea.. Phloxes, Chrjsr.iLenimBn;, Ac.
Vifi ami fPrnttntental,
Iieciuou. ar.d Evergreen Tre and Shruta.
A rare elle-i ion c.fall the different clae.
A !Tre rwi complete collsction of Aialia-, Camilliaa
Ac ,dirt-c: from PL.ladeJj hia.
And tlithe mot comp: orttnettf'f Lardy native
Grapes in the West. A iu.t prominent among them I
nam th hi-Uwirr, Diana, Conconl. Cuyahotca, Allen".
Hybrid, Kebecca, Warr-afaion VjU.ipe, Pauline, Awi,
W bitter than the Catawba,
And thirty ether hardy orts.
Catalogue No. 3, a Grape Catalogue, funiishej ci ap
pl:catha. Call at the ground, or aitre Wo. 11. Looa.is,
P.S. All person d.jobtlng the p-hor exrellence of
the Ikelaware, I rtf. r to Mr. Powell Howlaud i f thi
cur.tv, who has fruited it for two years, and to whom I
Mld tin's pring fifty d'4'ar' m orth of Delaware viu.-a at
one dollar each. apr3-dUm
f TTANTFD-CITT 0P.DFPji At tl e tlcbe.t market
octll-d-Tra Na.10; E. Washingtoa treet.
UTAXTED CÜUXTT ORLT.KS-Atth h!Khetiar.
ket rate, by T. WILEY.
No.101 L. H 4hin(tou .treet.
50,000 WORTH OT
SFRXNTO- -ATX SUMMER JDTLsr QOOD3 OFETTrNTO
NO. 5 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
IMFRACING ALL THE I.ATK NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOW, MAXTLE9, CKI1.T5. Ac. TOR
li TRADE. f
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF HOSIERY, GLOVES, EMBROIDERIES AND NOTIONS,
C5 ii ji: m. Mm.
CALL AXD .T XT 13 O 12 FOll YOUilSKLVKS
M. H. GOOD, Proprietor.
Icu ülcdicni Disco rry
For the apeedy and permanent cure of
GONORRHEA, GLEET, CUETHAL DtSCUAKGF.S,
SEMINAL WEAKNESS, NIGHTLY F.MISSIdXS,
I N CONTI N ANCK, G KN IT A L 1 UKITA IU LITT,
Gravel,Mricture,atKl A flection of the Kklnejaihl Fladder
which haa been usel ly Upward of one
IN THEIR HtlTATE PRACnCF, WITH ENTIRE SÜC
CESS, f upersedinc O.beb-, Ci'paiba, Capsuis. or any
other compound hitherto known.
KEKala'.S SPECIFIC; PllalaS
A re e edy in action, often effectlnjt cure In a few da ,
and when a cure t efT.sc ted it is perroiueuL They are
prepared from veRetahle extract, that are harmles on
the iys;em and uwer nauseate the Ktomach, cr Irnpref
natethe breath; anu being au;ar-coatetl, ail tiauxeou
le ia avoided. Nochatiire of diet 1 neeexarv wViil. I
u.siiiK thetn; nor doe their action interfere with buine
pursuits. Each box coiitaint mx dozen Pill.
PRICK OXE DOLLAR,
And will be aeut by mail, post-paid by any advertised
A Reut, on receipt of the money. Sold by Druggist gen
No ue genuine without mv Menatnre on the wrapper.
J. lSKYAN, KfcbeMer, X. Y.,
TDML1NS0N A COX, Agenta for Indianapol
Julj 19-dAw '61
0X THE FllLrEAX FLAX.
citt or I VOK.
sixii.i: KotiTts ,-o ci:its n:it vw
CITY II ALL syl'ALE.fCOli. rUANKFOI.TST.,
Oi p:t.Clty Hall.
E A LS AS THFT MAT TE ORDERED IN TIIK
paeiom Uefectorr. There it a Färber' Slop at 1
DR. JOHN HARVET, HAVING FOR UPWARD OF
twenty years diluted hi professional time txclu
Hvely to thetreattner.t of I'cilialc Dil firillfir,
and baviosUccee.l. I iu 'housaiid of case iu rextorinK
the attlictedto sound health, ha now entire confidence n
offering publicly hi
"Ureal .itneriean Ilemcdy,"
CHROMQ-THERMAL FEMALE PILLS
Which have never yet failed (when the directiou.i hava
been strictly followed,) in removing difficulties arising
OBSTRUCTION. OR STOPPAGE OF NATURE,
Or in restoring the system to perfect health, when suffering
from Soinnl Affeetionsi. rrolapsu. Uteri, the White, or
other weaktie! of the Uterine Orgnn. ANo, in allcset
of Debility or Nervous Prostration; Hysterics, Palpita
tioriK, Ac, which are the forerunners ol tuore tcrioun dia.
(Pay' Theie pills are perfectly harmless on the const!
tution and m iy be taken by themostdelicatefemaleiith
out causing lietreHH. at theametime they act like a charm
by strer.stheninp, lnvii(orating and restoring tha yitem
to a Wealthy condition, and by. bringing on the monthly
period with regularity, no matter from what cause the
obstruction may arise. They should, however, not be
taken during the first three or four month of preirxaiicj.
though safe at any other time, as miscarriage wuuld be
Each box contain 60 Fill. Trice $1, and woen de
sired will be wnt by mail, pre-paid by any advertised
Ac"t. ou receipt or the money.
Sold by Druggist generally. J. DRTAN,
llochesler. New Tork, General Ajrent.
Jfelr TOMLINSOX A COX, Agents for Indianapolis.
July 19-dAw '61
n a iv
II O O I)
ii o w iti.s f. oui;dü
Jut l'ul!ihed tn a &alrd Knctlopt.
PRICE SIX CENTS.
1 LECTURE on the Nature, Treatment and Radical
Cure of Sperm ttorrb-va or Seminal Weakne, In
voluntary K missions Sexual lability snd Impedimenta
t' marriage generally. NervousneKs.Connumption, Epi
lepsy ond Fits; Mental and Phvsic.nl Incapacity, resulting
from Self-Abuse, At. Rr ROBERT J. CULVER WELL,
II. II., Author of the G'ron J:,m,1 fc. ''A Bxn to
Thousand of Sutrerer," sent nder seal in a plain en
velope, to any addres-s, post paid, mi receipt f six cents
or two postage lump, iy Ir. CM. J. C. KLINE, 127 Bow
ery, New York, Postofiice Box 4.6. apr3-dAw3m is
c o i I a i tv; T I A I
VrttVi w a s a- f a r
Tili-1? ti'ii thfms Urs bj certain prrrrt
SL-m-A Vi Vitt vhfK unfit tltsm f-kf litiktnAMM
UK VIV'-. IIIVM H1IHV IV lUil'l w
pleasure r the dutie of married lit";
aNo middle-aged, and old men, who.
trom the tolliei of youth or other cause, feel a debility
in advance of their year-, before pl.iciiig theiniselves uu
der the treatment of any one, should fiii-t read
"THE SECRET FRIEND."
Married ladie will learn something of Importance by
perusing '"Thi SrraaT Faion."
Sent to any address, iu a tea led enveloje, on receipt f
IK. STUAltT A CO. can be musulte-1 on all disease of
a private or confidential nature. fifm H A. ii. to 9 P.
(Sunday-i from a to 11 A. il.,) at their office, No. 13 East
Third street, up-Msirs, between alaiu and Sycamore, op
posite tue ilenne Hou
DIL CHAS. A.
STUART A CO.,
W. W. LXATUF.RS GCO. C A KTrH ....... . S. M'KKMA
lAdllurs 'arltrlS' Jlelicrnan,
Iieing conneeted with a M.Iitary
nre?rV Acenrv at itasningtou ci;v, are,
jVs at-le to eive prompt attention to the .
collectloii ana Mfuring of Pension, W
Backpay of decesseU and dichrged yoUlier, and all the
claims ami demand anainst the Govemnenv. Person
reidinjr In ny part of the State may have their claim
ecured by addressing them and statin particular fullyi
(Jflice sij .at Wa-shington street, in the second building
weht of theCo'irt House Manure, Indianspoti. lud.
R rKKr.M"rM Gov. Morton. Ij. Noble, MJ. Gen. Wal
lace, I'.ng.Gen. Duniout.Col.JchDt'ohuni.Jadge Perkins,
Supreme Court. a;.9-dly
THE UKDERHILL BLOCK F0R SALE AT REDUCED PRICES,
I H.irahle Building Lota (rooting on Peonsylva:, IM. are tvvl M- IJah .t..
OF SQUAKK NO. 4, AS PER PLAT.
7i IU" l eet,
i Price, C
IßöOper fool 42,200.
- 13 per foot-l-iiOO.
- 15 prr foot l,SOO.
15 per fool ,i00.
a. i. ; u.
M for tZ,:iö.
JsfilJ) FOE 116
tl? .V per to-t l.n. IT
- perloo? ItiOO. -
Z S2 pfr foot l,:cx). 2
i33 p'f foot-l,(X.
,.o:d loftcv.Tlr. TlnJjll
I rril. Itutclihnnpla 7
4 3 l I
Vt "5 - H
0 t mmm
T T 1
- .: ? -
vc or I ot j o
riW. PRICE OF THE D0VE PKOrtBTT 05 MICHIGAN ANT) M:LWAHK STBFljTX UKf CF.EN KErcn.D
1 from 145 per tx,t Io i5 per f.L tta IVrm-ylvaiila from V to f 1 jr
Thliis thi cheat and mt durable racart Property In the ei'y, by 53 per cent.,5 Borth cf Wa-L ttoa, be
tween Illino-a. Delaware ad Norüi streeta. which is the eeater of IiJ.ii t.. J
Parties wL'Llr g tuore tUn 40 f'. can have a part the next lot.
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