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Oomocratic UtJon Stato Ticket
rvx tetmar or afar.
J A. 8. ATUON,
Of Marion Count.
fna tiMTni Of TTK,
Of Fountain Hourly,
ma TRiuaz or mn.
Matt ii kw l. kkett.
Of Diviewa County.
rot ATTor.tt fraL,
0CAIt H IIORD.
Of Decatur Cointy,
ro it rtti!TErrT or rt at-ic ijaratcTioii,
SAMUEL L. HUGO,
Of Allen Count?.
ytr. Cyrille Upmetlt.
Th report of th f perch of Mr. Caililc lr
fore llt Democratic Mt Meeting of Ilm 3Htb of
July hsa Irren rnt to him for retiion. A "n
at it it returned e rill puUiab it.
Co rrrr 1 1 on.
Au error wai m4 in the printing of the ltb
resolution psuvcU by the Mm Comrtttioti of the
30 ih Jul- It deica w to !olon üie reaolo
t!nnJ adopt! by the corimtire member of
Coogre jtMt before it adjournment, ul w tilth
were prepared bj Mr. Csmttkspi:. The ro!u
tion referred to wfre a!optel at a meeting held
ou the 21. h of June, ltG2, and not uu the
djy of January, lfrol, as j.rintei In tlie resolu
tion. DctrM' ! Ittrlimsnd
The cofrep)t'lei.t of the New York lltralJ,
writing from lUltiinore, give a detaile! descrip
tion of the defeinwa 'of , IlicLnion.l, including
Iwetitj ei'ht fort, nurruatidin;; it on every kid
near our nrmj, txiiiiii on the north ride of
James river, wet of Richmond, and, coming
round with the ouii, from left to riht. lie
mioy of these are vrry trort and Le.itUifuüy
finished, corn m inoir;; every irmue of approach;
a lew nre jet incomplete, ftit extrionlin try ex
ertin9 nre in kin; to fini-li them; and they ute
all dcfenOed byhevy gun. tnuuy ot them ritlrd
and of the mo., approved futtern... The im me
correspondent ay there U no lack of ammuni
tion, hell. and bill, larje qvuitUie4 of each
having feen rccfciitly received from England, and
more romtatdly arriviii;?, tioUithst.itiJin'', the
vioroa blockade of ihm coaat.
The Junrnal of etcrUy in tommentinp; u;))n
the Convention of the 30th of July, snva:
The wliole atfur w a, therefore, an expression
of Iioütüity to the Atlmin.i'itrjtioii, w ithout any
e i predion of boiUility to the rt'iN.
The bext answer to th"n lyiti declaration i- the
action of the Convention ib-elf. The thirl reso
lution reidv thu4:
"That the Constitution, the American Union,
and thehiwa nude underttn lbr the authoritv of
the Constitution, rnut be preserved und m in
t linetl in their proper and rightful rupreui icy
tli. it the rebellion now in arm Ntiiut them mu.-t
be uppreiMcd and put down, and that it i- the
duty of all pwaj citiiens to aid the CJencrnl Gov
ernment in all me ture neceH.iry and projmr to
th il end.
The rebellion against the Con.-titution, the
American Union, and the biwa made under and
by the authority of the Coiwditutioü, mint be soip
preyed and put down, r.iyn the Convention. la
that not expression, a nvnt decided expression, of
hoxtility U the rebeln? Did the no called
Union" Convention expre itself in term more
The Convention a No declared that it i t!ie
duty of all good citizens to aid the General Gov
ernment in all moure neeeiMry and proper to
put down the rebellion Yet the Journal tharg
et that tho entire proceedings of the Conveiitioti
were an expreiou of hotiIily to the Admini!
tration. We fait to tve any foundation lor iu
Rut the Junrnal U lissati.-fieil because the De
moeracy will not furnish all the men iicccssury
to till Indiana' quota under the recent cll of
the President. Of the sixty or eventy thousand
men Indiana ha nent to the field, at least lour
fifth are lemoeiaN. It i crrt.iinlr no more
than right that the Republicans should furni-h an
equal number, epecially a in ollu-ering und
contrtctin, in the positions of honor and profit
they have had the lion' hare.
Tue Republican organ, while professing "no
pmHisni," look at the war, and the mean for
il pr-eculion, only through partisan spectaclcn.
If the army it not iccruited, the rebels will be
ttrong enough to defeat the Govm.ment. If i,
is recruite-1, il will be aolely Iroui tiio rank of
the Union men, and that incieme by thousands
of votes their chances of , acquiring wer which
they mean to use M ouco to gire the rcbeilion
frre couie and bn il ucceM.
And then it iuld:
We5 don't leleve, we kmow, th it the nie w!io
re tetding this movetnvul Tould ue the titt
momeut of patr to gc the icU'ls all they !f
m itided, and tht U their puipu.x) as purely as (tod
What is the meaning of these lying declara
tions? Nothing less than to advise the Republi
cans to ccae recruiting and tay at home to re
tain partisan power. That is the sum and sub
attlice of iu appeal. It would like to nee the
army filled up entirely with Democrats, to hive
them tuake all the efforts and acriGce neceMry
to overcome the rebellion, and lot tuch Republi-1
cans as the editor of that print stay at home to be
benefitted therebv. It is high time that the men
who talk the loudest upon street comers about the
necessity and duty of suppressing the rebellion,
hould illustrate their boasted patriotism by facing
the foe and taking part in the toil and privation
necessary to accomplish that reult. The logic tf
the Jurnml is a much at fault as its tacU. it
charges disloyalty upon the Democracy and ni-
pathy with the rebellion, and then centucs them '
for not recruiting, or rather for not filling up the
rank o that its part v may ntsyat home It Lnow i
that it otters a most infamous fiNeh ) k! when it j
aays the Democracy would ue the tirt iu-ai-nt
of power to give the re'els all they demanded, j
Whatever difference of opinion may exit as to
the caue and necessity of the war, they recog
nize the fact that "war exUts" and that it in the
duty of all good cit-zens to aid the General Gov j
eminent in all measures necessary and proper to
put don the rebellion. This duty they will, as
they hare, cheerfully reader.
What constitutes the rebellion? I it not dis
obedience to the Constitution and the l ias? If
we disregard the Constitution and the law do wet
not becuav) eqtutiy criminal with the reN7
The Democracy want to uphold the Constitution, j
not overthrow it; tbey desiie to proene the j
Uniou, not destroy it, and tbev wi-h to secure to I
the citizen that individual liU-rty and treedum of J
opinion that until now haa leen the diftinniVb- j
icg and attractive feature of American iuutu- !
lions. To recure these ends they will mike
every sacrifice, but they can have no rympwthy ;
with a policy which looks to the destruction of
The Journal, as a representative of the public
aeotiment like it, is unable to comprehend the
motives of the Democracy. We kngtc that but
one coi ikierat ion induencea them, and that is to
prterre both liberty and the Union the üicoin-
jrabr Vir wrch the Atnrien pe-sple
knw from eirerienre flw. from a free, ronti.
tqtiomt Govenmeiit. The Democracy re tw
efle in th proe -ulin of l'e war, and all thej
demii.d i tbtt it hill uotl mi! ducted aolely to
ecure Government, but f Ac G rvernrnent undrr
which for three quarter of a century we attained
power, wealth and bappinc. ur.ejiulhd by any
Uf The I ittbur. Fort Watue and Chicago
R!!rol Comp my btvc ret aa example worthy
of all pra!e and of ur.ivema! imitition The
Hoird of I)'rectr re-olel Ut contrionte $t2,
(KW to tlie iievrr il counties in the different St.4te
through whirh their rond run. tnlf expeodnl in
bounties to dtuateer unlcr the Pre'dent'a call
lor 3J0,(K)U additional troojxi.
Srtcr Cof5Tt. Tlie Democratsof Spvncer
county held their Convention at Rock port on Ut
Saturd.tv. and nominated t!e A!!-iif.c excelleLt
ti'.ket: Reprc-eiitre, Jami. Liaio.su; Trea.
arer. Col. Jon W. Ceook; .SherilT, Jons Wol
lax. The nominee; are alt men of aUrUm; worth
and iinimpc.idnhle integrity and patriotium; and
in their election S:nc.er county will tec-tire the
perviccH of men competent for all the r nflice.
Tbey will be lecteil by a J re m ajority. The
Convention, we arc informed, wa one of the
hirgt und liiot enthudastic county inectina
ever held at Rockport.
c:ioi of ii
The Journal, of jr-iriday, in referring to Gen.
T. T. CaiTTt?ti:?, anys:
It is enough I or Indiana to bear the disgrace
of his residence, without bearing that of Ins un
A Republican cot respondent nukes the fol
lowing comment and inquiry upon the forego-
As the Journal felicitates itself with the re
flection th.it the promotion of Col. T. T. Ciit
tendtn ÜJ not corne from lndiaii i.or through
the influence of Indi iiii.nn. will it pleie inform
u through whose influence he obtained hS re ap
poiutmt-ut as Colonel of the old f.'li Indiana, in
tfie I ice of mi earnest protest to Governor ilor
ton from a Urpe boly ot the tdliceis of the regi
A lvr r.peclMl.
The Cinclnn tti Commercial don't like the pro
ceedings of tit 'Jhh Jnlv Convention. We did
not expect it would. A pif-er which ha advoca
ted the following rentiments can not have tin v
sjmpatliy with tho-e who are striving to mintain
the Constitution as it is and the Union its it wm.
The extracts' below are copied frotn editorials in
"War for the subjugation of the Seceders would
be imwi"e and deploratde "
"If tlierc are two nations here who have been
living in nn unnatural union, they should, lor the
hen Hi i of one or lth,M M'parated."
"The sun will shine :is brightly Htid the rivers
run ii s clear the cotton fields w ill be as white,
and the wheat fields as gol len when we ac
knowledge the Southern Confederacy."
"We are not in favor of blockading the South
ern coat. . We me not in I nor of taking by
force the property of the United St a'es now i;s
posies-ion of the Seeders. We would recognize
the existente of .1 Government formd of II the
ceding States, and attempt to cultivate uinica
ble relations with it."
From .tlriiiplii und the Stout h.
The following nre the special dispatches to the
Chicago Timm, dated Memphis, July
Late advices from the South by rebel sources
are somewhat iuiortant.
Ten iron clad gunboats, built in Knghtnd, and
fully equipped, have arrived off Mobile harbor,
and signaled Fort Morgan. Three nure are ou
These constitute tht fleet ordered by tho
Southern Confederacy to be purchased iu Ivi
rope. They mount from ten to thirty guns each,
and are said to be mailed with six inch iron, be
ing regular war gteamcr in every tense of the
General Rragg has leen telegraphed to furJ
lush .() res men to man them w ith, and orders
are being dispatched over the whole Confederacy
for supplies and munitions to furnish them equip
ment. The commanders will be select el frotn o fli
cersof the old United States navy w ho joined the
Confederate t-ei vke and have been idle for want
of it fleet.
Their urmatnetit cun.its of the most approved
modern artillery, and each boat is constructed
with a view to r m t ervice.
The blockade was run openly by dint of supe
rior strength and weight of metal, and Mubtle is
considered to be open to the world with the sup
port of her newly acquired power. Tlie rem lin
ing vessels will be on soon.
The ulMtve is from an authentic source and is
entitled to ludief.
The cargo of the .ship which I itely ran the
blockade at Chat lesion was Mold at Augusta,
Oiorgia, tat week. It consisted of umtmini
tion, arms and us-xirld goods. The cargo cot
SHHl.linO, mid sold for $.b)),tHM). The rebels
iay thev have more mm und ammunition than
The greatest enthusiasm is said to prevail '
among the rebels, who are now mote
note confident i
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increase ol their army i;ive them the beoel that
they will receive aid from abroad, while they led
uu inherent strength nt home that they never fell
before. The conscription brings in thousand of
About seven hunJid refugees from Memphis
are at Grenada, organizing themselves into guer
rilla parties. 1 hev are furnished with their
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principally to crate agnaist Memt r.ia. 1
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Intelligence was received ht night thttGran.l
Jum tion is iu the h ind of (ten. lba;g
is in tlie hind ot (fen. nragg 1 can
the fact with ccruinty, but I know that
ving. with his armv. which numbers
he is mov
probibly Cd.lHll) men. it not more. (Jen Grunt's '
army is concentrated at Corinth, which, if ihe 1
above news i true, places the rebels between j
him and Mcmjhi. Theae is a large force here, t
A tnafi namel Dr. Settridge, formerly a resi- i
dent of Memphis, but lately from tlie North, w as
captured, with six thousand dollars in gold, last
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werk, with . which fie was buving cotton. He is
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at Grenada, in company with a number of cotton
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tnuiers who have been picked up by guerrillis.
The rebels got fifteen or twenty thous.wid dollars
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out ot these adveuturers. rveirlv all the ven-
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turevl out have been picked un.
MrMnrift, July 'via Cairo, July 30.)
I have the Gren.dt Appeal of the 2-lth and
t oe loruit-r ctiihiiis a iitri iiirn accouni Ol I lie
List tight at Vickbiirsr, dateil the 22 1. w hich is
since .tlie repirttl capture of the Arkansas ty
Kderal rams. There is mi truth in that report.
I send vou the papers. The Atkatis still lies
unoer me oaueries, ana r not injureu to any ex- j.ies..e.l td all nati.m should find one -pot upon
lcVi; , ' which thev couhi staiid fiee us GhJ made them.
1 he correspondent of the Mooile .Vir says: Let the reemit remember thi when be shoulders
"The enemy i evidently in constant ferr ol h:s Lel lhe or-lur re,uember this when he
the close proximity of the Arkansas, and, since pU t.j the masses of the iople for money
the latter arnvetl at ickburg they have been , more lne. Lel write lhijlt ftUll lhe
ton.t.utly emrlovd in she.bng the river in front Government act this and the reward ot all our
of the town wuhaviewtosjukiugherjbutsofar'nitejrie,,,, tlJ; u5ji ultimately be the
t!y have not inQ ctel ar.y damage on her, a the rit..ervation of Uth "LPiertv aul Uuion one
I. it. Ail li I. 1 1 tl. it-t . i- m l l ' .1 f ..iiii.li , i m-i .l.iia.
C..,PiC"Viviil iah riii'iivi v..vi, rnui .lliiir ui. 11
damage to buildings on the levee. In this way
the targe wharf-bo it was struck on Kiidiy
evening by two large shells, which entered
through the roof and wentont at the Isittom.
stiking the boat. Theenemv hv his mortar
Ui.iis aiiclioicd alKive the beml, behind a point of
timUr. and not being nb to see the Arktnsj,
tht y throw shell nt random, and h iv e a line td
steamers in the w. ods, extend. ng to the river op
posile the city, who, by means of signals, keep
their gunner fully posted where each shell falls
Ry this means, they manage sometimes to come
very near stinking the Arkansa."
Johiill. Thompson, of the Snuthrrn Lürrary
Mrt$?gtf, who writes for the .4;; over the
signature of "Dixie," so: "Ioid E.lv tni St.
Maur left Richmond lo proced to New York by
way of Fortress Motiroe. That youn gentleman
went down to Berkelev vestenlay and returnd to -
diyby flag of truce. He is the sum of the Duke
of Somerset, and has bet mi in America but a few
weeks. Ilia purpose waa to nukt? a rapid tour of , Ur unjn ordiiai.i e contmcls alone, without Lrk
the Yankee StMe, and lake steamer at Xew ing inu ronsideration the eontmcU for hordes.
York for Liverpool. On arrivinR at the lines he ' f r cattle, tor arinv clutloii, ic! Truly tlie
made application to ilcCellan for leave to pas, I Kepuolicm rvuty hve fulfill! tlieir nleil"es to
aud met with a pronn l refus.il. TLe reajua, ai j people jut an the Deoiocnu told them thev
atated by Lord St. Maur, were, that he had vio- j would be fulfilled Cvrni auJ prollizvte be
lt ted the Queen' prtKdamation concerning the jond all preieilent, they hare t-juindered mil-
neutrality of her subject, am! Seward's procla
mation of iioti inter oure fHtwern the lotal and
rebel Stiles, and thi( he had thereby forfeited
hi right, aa an KnJisii cttijcii- Lord S Maur
w at Il'chui .i.d during the late fiht, and had
been an eye witne from a mot fit orable point
of ob-ervation of all the ltte tljau to the re
treat of McC!e!!an to hi gun!oat. The inci
vility did not a'op with sending him back to
Richmond His bjggii'e remained all night on
the steamer, atid thus the Duke of Somerset's
nan was packed rff without a change of linen,
under the assurance that his burgage would be
sent up by a flag of irur Doubilc-s it will be
when it his been thoroughly e itched for tfps.s
onable nutter Ut compromise its owner."
, The mUi correfo;tdenl that tlie Kderal
prisoners have ail been transferred ts lieile
I!and, neir the city. Tlie Ilmd rie in the
center to a bald bill, liine'y feet high, and o;i its
cool slopes tents are pitched lor the prM-nets, ho
are gt td enough of the change.
Major General Magruder had left Richmond to
ls.ke command of his department teyond the
Mississippi, and wa stvp;el at Columbia to re
turn and answer to a charge of having been
drunk at the late'baltle, as well as being a com
:lr. ltleliardoti' 'perett.
The following is a part of the sjx-ech of Mr.
RtciiAKtisoM which was accidentally omitted in
transcribing for the press:
My fellow cit zens, you h ive do ibtles heir l a
great dial of talk about tlie rresident'a pt oposi
tion in regsid to the emancipation of all the blacks
in the slave States of'this Union. The practical
effect of the adoption of that measure will be
neither more nor les thin to enslave the white
man in order that the negio may go free. Even
now, my hard working, honest friend, must you
toil in 01 early morn till dewy eve.diy alter Jiy,
in order to piy the tixes which h ive been im
po'd upon you; but if you had to work side br
with the freed slaves of the South, as the le,
ifent would havejou do it iliey were permitted
tu route into competition with yn mid thereby
reduce vour ulreidy scanty earning, you would
not l..able to py your taxes at nil.
A wotd or two ab nit the-e tieiurv notes. I
sunrise you have, most of you, seen iImmii; jkt
b p .vou tin e one of them in ) our jk Uel now ,
The (foverfimetit his kinlly given ui thc-e
note in order to asit us in paving onr taxes
Litigbter Well thi. is nil very well; but "We !
tuu it not forget th aLsooner or later payday'
must come. 10 nation in the worm lias ever
maintained its independen e that repudiated
its drbts. Although Gleit llritaiti is mote
he nil v burdeneil than our Government.
!iil she pays her three per cent of!
of interest punctually vow alter year We of
ffui-se mu.st onv the interesi on our debt if wc
cm not pay tlie frincipal; und. in onlertodoj
tli it, taxation must increi-e the country inu-t!
groan beneath 11 mighty load I
Now, so far 11s we of the Western States ate j
concerned, these Yankees down Hast bnvei
shrewdly managed to get us pretty well taxed
illicitly, in advance, so to speak. They me ex
ceedingly sharp fellows those Yankees. Why,
my friend, you never stippo-ed, d'ul ou, th it all
their profession of solicitude in regard to the
welfare ol the nej:ro were sincere? Not a fit "
it. They me oeiely "runnitig" the negro be
cause they can make money on him nothing
I else. 1 assure you. Laughter. And mi far they
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oac Miciteocu pieuy wen. 1 ue ioiijt kia
millions of dollars from the Government ! ft
)e.:r for making armj, and manugd so as lo give
us the taxes to pay by way of compensation fur
not being equally lavorel with them in the mat
ter of contracts. Luighter.J Tlie effect of the
war is, that we are selling all our home produo
lions much ru ne cheaply than usual, while the
Yntikce gets a little more than usual for nil of
Now, the-c Yankees are able to support Ihem
selve just, about thirty days out of three bun
drd ami sixty five they are dependent upon the
West the rem linder of the time; anil vet thev
exercise 11 very powerlul influence at Washington
City. Where the Yankees pay tl.tee per cent, by
way of taxes, we pay five. They have probably
us many men in the field as Indiana or Illinois
they have all the contracts. They are getting
rich; we are not. Fellow citizens, that should
te corrected. The Government should be Just
to nil its parts It is 11 disgrace to the Govern
ment that while we of the West have mote popu
lation, as much wealth, and a great deal more
genuine devotion lo the cause of the Union ami
the Constitution, we should be made "hewers of
wood ami drawers of water" to the inhabitants
of another section of our country.
Rut how do they manage to do all this? The
answer is plain. These easiern men are all Re
publicans. A Republican i elected to Congress
irom the West from Indiana or Illinois, and
when he goes ami lake his seat in the House or
the Senate, if he begins lo show the least dispo
sition to think for himself, and do what is best
for bis constituents at home, tlmse men who are
leaders of that party in Cotigiess go to him ami
tell him, "if you do not vote for and with your
party, you wiil not he regal il cd us loyal to the
Government." It is thus, my fellow-citizens,
that you destroy your own interests when you
place a Republican in power.
11 be r I jr unit 1'tiloit.
The people of the United States cannot be
urged too liequently and too earnestly, in this
era of i-ltife Htid tumult, to adhete faithfully to
the fundamental conditions of jxipular liberty.
The unity of the nation is worthless, except ns it
insures a perpetuation of the fieedont of the peo
ple. A nation's happiness and glory does not de
pend upon the perpetuation of its metes and
bounds. Men nre not iiecos-sirilv free because
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4oii in u it i'Oa I 1 nion oi.lilAi d liiiOi 11 .ii il 1
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tal stieugtn a Irce Con-titution, reogiousiv
leveled, confers not only strength, but interna
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prosperity, progress and peace. In the struggle !
pending lor the pie-ervation of the Union, let us
not forget facts so easilv to be comprehended, ami
eo vital to the ultimate issue of the content in
which the nation's heart is enlisted.
"The Union it must be preservd," was ihe
declaration of Jackson. It is the prevalent ?xu-,
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timent of the Anierioati peop.e tmw . but.I.uk-
son never meant the Union must oe preserved at
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'V "hce of II the condition rip... wh.ch
I ,h l.1 luH,lx IhI. Nor du teilet ting pat-
liotiw ucii oi nwc vi i.rMir uu uiii'in nnii.ii
shall essentially impair the fabric of constitution
al liberty and self government which our lathers
coiitrMcted. The Union must be preserved, but
also must be preserved that Constitution which
makes the Union an unpaialleied political files,
in;:. No sacrifice can be too great for the Amer-
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nmn people to maintain the one but the wor d
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use I a no ivs moiion vei iiuooru iiavensiaKC in
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; ihe preervation ot coiisttiulion.il libeitv and sell-
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I Let us, then, remember the whole of the cause
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i to the advocacv of which we are by destiny eom-
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j mttteil in this hour. Never If t it be written by
: .1,- future bi-loriaii that tlie American nation ot.
, petu ite-1 national unity only, forgetting the prin
ciples of self-government which rentiere 1 tha
nation in its creation t eculiar among the Powers
of the earth. May no fortune which may over
take us in onr c.iiimity, frighten or seduce u
from redeeming the pledge our forefathers give
tht win Id that hei 0:1 A n.frirviti soil the ort-
and inseparable." Mtltcaukrr A'rira.
In the final report of Joseph Holt and Robert
Dale Uen, Commissioners on Ordnance con-
tracts, they state that they hive effected a saving
on contracts made prior to Secretary Stanton's
taking olhce. ot $1 ,WM,MHJ.
The-e contracts were made by Republicans
ail under a Republican administration. Here
were $lTK 0.000 that the Governmert was tu
be swindled out of bv the men who went around
in lr5Q and told the people that tLe Dem-K-raU
were atl thieves and werestealiag the people's
' money; these are the nienw -ho ptradd with such
! effect their own honesty ami pitriotisra. Heie is
u;n one single class of contracts a los of
' l7.lHHl.tKHt; that much money went from the
, public treasury into lhe ptH kets'of a few faithful
and honest (?) Republicans for their servicoa iu
the last camtwin. Seventeen millions of dol-
llons of the tofHfe ttvoiey, and now while they
stend with their hind pbinre-J into the pub'ic
tre isury, they are filing aid an 1 comfort to the
Southern trutors r j-roclaiming that they ,ive
numetoua friends "m the Ntrth tint the greit
Demo ratio parly are ytnptthiz'ng with theni m
their foul treafton. Ibw long are these thing
to last? With the fart that millions and million
of motiey has been . corruptly Uken from the
treiury by Repaiblictns, and alo tint they nie
fat bringing ruin upon the nvtl-m by their uu
warranted shndrrs upon the Democratic party.
Can any man who loves his country berime for a
mymetit a to hat Course t l pursue? There il
but one war to su e onr glorious Unl m. and that
i to whip the rebel in rbe field and hurl from J
power a party who hnve ahetlrrrord them-j
selves cotrut-t and iiKHjmpetcnt to govern.
The C'turiniint I f.arette tnvvvrrrd bj
The Negrophobia Democrats have teen trying
hard to in ike little enpit d out of a charge lint
the loyal blacks who have sought refuge in Wash
ington are an expene to the Government. The
f!iiy cf the charge I shown by the fart that
all mch refugees are employed by the Govern
ment, a nd e-trn more than tha expetoe of kej
Mr. Divi.N, a Rq tiU'can member in Congress
from New Yotk, iu a speech urging the employ
ment of iiegroe in the South, said:
I know it to be the fart thit this Government
is to day supporting ten thnunand black men at
the trpente of il trratury Thoe black men
are rendering no equivalent for that support.
Trfiivnn In 1 1 1 if It Quurierv (invrrnor
Tod In Alliunce will Vullundig
.The logan llazntte anys:
What does Governor Tod mein? Helms jut
invited Judge Ibinney, the nominee of the Rebel
Democratic Convention of July -I a sympathizer
with Jeff. Divis u' in it) who'tn ulea speech hi
tSe same liight msl iu the same cause with Vat
laiMtigham. lo address the people of Ohio in be
half of the Union ciue, and to ine'di loyal nun
to t.tke-Vi :iltii tt put lown rebels. What doe
Tod mean? He must lie insane r n tiaitor or
ele lhe Kepublicau editor of Uhi i are the most
infamous nn l ununtig itd I i . r and calumniator.
that ever existed. Let the people consider.
aVIio I Ilroitri:;liitf l:nllttnellla!,
Hie Milwaukee AVtrs says:
Henry Ward Ree her is th" head and front of
the radical Republicans of the North. He fur
nishes the brains which run their m whine. The
w:tv be "eiicourajies recruiting"! the mine way
tli it k! his follow eis adopt This a.sl week he
bombard he 1 'resident with all the heavy epithets
be can in i.ter, and then .id b:
"Does any body doubt the result of such ii
course? It is so certain, that it i not worth while
to waste another man or another dollar lvther
tlie Admihistutioii jiolicy houhi iiistmtly ch mge
or lhe war cease."
This meins nothing more and nothing less than
that no man under pie-eni circumstances ought
to enlist. Th nin,,ljt tl Re-evher's papers nie
taken iu Wisconsin, and the suheribeis are evi
dently lollowing Heecl.ei's) adviietothe letter !
v. Denn I son on (tie tVnr.
Wo take the follow ing extract from the spee h
of (iov . DtNNisov, nt n. war meeting at Cleve
Imd on the'JLh nil;
The question has been a-kd. w hy not compro
mise? What, comortmie with treason and le
betliou? Go l f. ibid! When a m m compromi.s
es with wrong he becomes a wrong doer. When
you compromise with treiwn vou become trai
tors. Cheers. We will never conipr'imi.o.'.ut
e will fiüht for a t entury. il need le. We wi'1
desolate the fields of the South nud lay their
cities in ashes rather than compromise. Immen.-
cheering. We have been asked why not
by kind t our erring brethren? They have for
gotten thit thev ever wire our brethren, and wt
will forget it. If we can do il in no other way we
w ill iniihUato them. Cheers There is no
middle ground. We must subjugate or be sub
jugated. We want pe ice, but when it comes we
do not want a temporizing peace, but a re tee fi
ever. The only teiins on which peace can be had
is the recognition by the people of every State of
the sovei eighty and complete supremacy of the
ZU We are informed that Joe Wiight told the
people at Rockvil'e. ou I ist Saturday, that he did
not want any office; that he had enough money to
buy him a farm, und that was all ho desired.
Now we have lieanl him sing th's same song for
live or six .years, vet he ha taken every po-itiou
th it he could get. Rut a short time befoie he
accepted the appointment of LY.ited States Sena
tor he told a gentleman from Sullivan lliit he
would not take it under any circumstances. Not
withstanding this he hot only took it but asked
for it, ami, in consideration of getting it, he ah in
dond the Democratic pai ty 'l -rre llautr Jour
nal. r" Where "inexorable logic" leads to:
Kf slavery am tie cause of de war, and ought
to be wiped out, den de nigger am de cause of
shivery, an I ought to be wiped out too; kjse dar
would be no war without slavery, und dir would
be no slaveiy without tie iiiggH. Ami who nude
lo nigga? Take kir dat you don't wipe out too
1 1 n nt In tri nn unit Uli if ley Democratic
llintriel I'onx 'iillou.
The Democrats of Huntington and Whitley
held a roti-ing Convention on Saturday last, on
the county line, near Martin Redder 's to nomi
nate candidates lor Senator and Representative.
Alexander J. Douglas, Kq . of Whiney, was
nominated for Senator, and Simucl McGauchy
for Repie?en! itiv e.
Hon L. P. Mdligau. of lIuntioi:ton, made a
powerful, eloquent and patriotic speech, and sev
eril other Dein octal, among rhem A. J. Doug
las, also addrcssd the Convention.
The plat lot m of the cth id January State Con
vention was teaihrmd ami adopted.
Mr. Douglas, the nominee for Sen .tor, is a
Democrat with hack bone enough to rrot laim his
political sentiments without fear, and ever ready
to nssert tlie right of the Democracy when n
saild by the enemies of the Constitution ;i it is.
He is n man of more th in ordinary talents, a fair
speaker, and w ill, if elected, do honor to himself
ami reflect credit upon his listriet.
Mr. Samuel McGauchey, the nominee fyr Rep
resentative, is a plain, honest old farmer, a
sound Democrat, nnd amply competent for the
position lie aspires to. He Is made out of the
l ight kind of metal, stiff back-boned und just the
man for ihe place
The Convention has made an admirable selec
tion id' candidates, und vve feel assured the sturdy
Democracy of Huntington .m l Whitley will rati
fy the nomination nnd triumphantly elect the
candidates. Fort Wayne Sentinel.
HEAM tried in Zanesvillf , Ohio, at the reiVr.ce f j
Err father, Ilt-ury (.ini.Jcrl, Ki , ti the 30tb ot July, j
Iiirsiaii. wif? i if tragus l:eam.
"We are authorizeil to Announce JOHN" A.
t'EAL as an independent uiicnditional I'nhm candidate j
fur Comrufti rieaajud.se fr the 12:h IHtrict.
l'7) We are authorized to announce JOHN
r.ÜKiVKP,, tf Southti'jrt, a candidate fir Coiii.fy Uv
ctirüer, Miljrct to th decision of the l-mocratic Con
vtiitiiin. ?Spiul rVotioe.
7C ADYE2TteE!l$.--AH ntrtrtieiHiü Uken fr
a tjtn i.1rJ time, iiibt ori!eret ottt bf.re the txinrtitin
t the time -e tiet, tciil I rkarge! te rej'U trrutn
f r he a tme ut . the ton tKtx 'ire ordtrtd out.
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE.
TM0 LAlMEf OFDELICATK HKAI.TII 0RIMPA1RED
1. .irganiiatioD, or to tksrv whom ii iDcrra vf
faaidy (raa any reaon ot-Jectionahle, Ihe i iderdgTied
wtmld oft"tr a iresf riptiun which i perteitlj rllat le ai.d
afr.tnJwLK'bbK lren prrcribtl m vario'- parts of
ttellld Worttfor thepaMcef tury. Although thi artkl
Isvrry cheap and sfoopie, yel il haabeen put up In half
pint i.ottlr ml old very exttivrly at the rahortitar.t
pricet'f 5pvrbott. tL undersigned ro-.rt fur
nish the recipe for 1, by thsp sesioB ! wfck-h every
lady can up;!y herel! ith a perfect afrraard, at ai.y
dru lore far tlietriflirn ra of J5 cvnt per year. Any
physician or trti-rit wi'.ltellyoa it trrfctl) harndesi,
th'Hisand of tf tiru-jnial can be procured cf it eC.caoy,
Srnl lany part cf the world on receipt of f l.by a-tdre-ng.
P.O. Box,So.l353.Xt If a ven, Connecticut.
TO ItOItltOU Hits Ol MMtIM) I IM
lv i or So..!! Kl t. twtUnspoti,
Aitern 1, IsfiZ. I
fllllK IM n;unt IJt ftrlk2f r-mwrr frtTi tb
Sir.lor.jf Knri.t will l rr.'v fr pnl.ltini atxaw
tt.e ltb diyof ?epn ttibrr r.'xt. I'aiment of tnterrst
rntt mad t ft.re thi J tt hvi cost. The !
taas plare on Tus, tl- ith tav f iN-fmVr, fsri.
-us-J tlltA3t II C. NKvmiMll. rr-.-iJ. t t.
" pocket book lost. "
yY. viBtlfsaimtxl l.t a I'wrket l'ok in Ihe St ate
House Miuarr ti lhe lv of iL? lt J-nirratlc
Ci-tivrtitioti. Said hxik ct-utainl a ut 20 In m.f.ey.
nil rir.r 2.(sa wnrtb f irt-s. TT. ft mW will V,
etaJly rwar4l lor lite Radin anil deUrrry tf th H
lo'k at t!.e ofTire tf the .V ifii .Vnm. .r rrr jsii-,!i(
wiO the subsrrilx-r at CrawfurtUviile. M.muromrrr coun
ty. In t. WM. K. VTAt.l.SCK.
July 31, Isr. ausil-d.M-wIt
to 41.14 u iioti rr .'l av oc r.ii.
IHFRKHV gie vtice tliat I am tlie iwm r rf ih Pat
rut for It S. W n-it's Iinjrn uint in rtairin
Mi'fs f i r tliF Statt t f IndiAi.a; ant thit all )M-rsoiia Riak
Inc. veti.tini;. or uui any Vacldue i' ratin unthc prin
ciple tlif "Wagina-r Itnprovrtupr.i.' a m i f.ril in the
aid Patent, tfatrd S-iit'tnl-r 2.", Isis nr in th" re-ls-u
f th anw. tl.itl rt--f'Ctirlv March 13, NiD. an I Feb
ruary .', IsCl, unlf.s l) tt.e wrtiini autb'rity of i'avll S
Waciirr, rr ji.fr. iitiit u ;.t.ii my tiL!. and w.H l.t; b-Idl
liallf fiT dinvta or prsecutel afrilinit to law.
WM. N. ALWAItl.
OfJice m ixl rii Inicf at bate llou, I iitlintiaM,U. Inj.
J-ilv 31. l'C2. auirl-tjli-i
Tin: -)Li)i: aviikatii,
CKINTAININi; T.i llur.iirrj ai.l Kfiy favorite Soni?a
an.l Kxerce. AIti"
T II K NK'.IITINGALi:,
Kuli ff fiwrrt Sun and Mn'llfa.
VII.t.AHI A STWE1.L.
C, L, S, Matthews,
0 E X B R A L - f! 0 HI M 1 S S 1 0 N
Large r.rr-Eroof Etil ililiiig.
NO. 12 KLTiTH M., JVKST MlK,
llrrvv ei-ii 7111111 Mreet it it it Hit ICIver
jyifjU l"'nii.'iiiii-iits are ivncitiilly si'Hcldp unit Im-rio"lii-
salHn witli prompt t-turn eii:iratitrrd. Jarila
isu: II l TAILOIS.
Dealer in lteuil -yi:iile C'lollimir and
(rittO l'tirtiiililntf liood.,
Xo. Wj KAST WAJsHINUTON STKKKT,
(oMMSITK TIIK 1'ontT IIOlsK.)
WHOLESALE CROC ER S.
Barl & Hatcher,
w ii o i. i: s a i. i:
Lit IlflDS. Sew (IIpiiis A r last r.-rri vpi! ri i,m I
J J Mfini.hf, aud f-r snlo ly
HAUL V HATUIKIf.
kakl a hak hkh.
1(H) li.ivs Javh Cofft-e;
10 Ildes M-K.ba CoflV-o;
For sale by KAKI. A. HATCHER.
T o n'A c o .
1(0 rxe 10 Lump;
75 l')xrs 8 Lump;
100 rxe- bright lbc;
50 Hoxs dark lbs
5s Caddies lb.;
&0 Kea Six Twist;
The atove awrtment of Tli.vro I now the largest to ,
be found in the Wf st, and will br noM below the current
KARL A IIATC1IFR.
ii a k i: F I S II .
lf IVrU. White Fifb,
For sale by
EAF.L k HATCHER.
JT. AHR HESIROUS lF ITT.CHA5lN(i I it MF. LI -
1,000 Cavalry Horses.
And will pay the bichm market price. In rash. M can
be f.ind at Wort i Fudray Livery Stahl, w Pennsvl
aaua rtreet, IndianapoM.
r.LTTOLPH, SAT ER, k CO.,
5otk. Wt will contract with persona to deliver to u
in a speciflevl time from ten bore to ttree hundred.
Jyl4-d3w R. S.,l0.
I 1 131 VI
Ii 11 UIj I II
r r v
i:atntlliirtt In I7i0.
BAKER'S rUK.MU il ClltH.'tif.ATE. I't'KK IKK
I'AltKli l'iHK, I.. ulna. I reiüb, ti..niruiiathic and
aiiilla Cb.K-..l4if-. arrai.ted ei(ual in quail y al:l üivur
to ll.e l'aris t'h'fo'ate; have Mot-d lhe tet f ou r three-rjuartt-rs
t.f a century, aint are prsiio.ince. ly all who
bav. ti e urd tbnii I le ujurltir to any uthrr,
Mnut ttirr.l Vv W. tUkrr Co., at ihHr !dl,in I.r-I
rl e'trr, .Mas , ai d fo ale at tl.nr I'.ra' ch fH pid No
217 Fallon iret. New Yirk t'itv, ml t ylirrr and
Ih.jtJrrs Keiiera'ly tlir'U,;li'Ul the t'nioti.
Address ii. l. riKi.ri;.
Jolo d.l n 217 l'u't"ti tret. New York.
COLD AND SILVER.
I will pav the blühest yrv tr Ann rlran 'old and Sil
Vit, also f.ir I tii t i Stat. I Vnmnd N.ti. tM sue.
OfTlec N. J41; Fast Wau:r.irnn ntnet, ptair-, JM
door lo riebt land. JylV-liki
.1 Slight Cold,
which nifjhl Irj cccxd
vcith a eimj.13 remedy.
if neglected, cfien termviaUa icriciu;!:;.
.Vexo are auxxre cf the im f crime cf
stopping a ail all cr IIa tit
ßaltl in itz Jlrct ciaj7 thcLt uvuei
xm the beginning uxuld idi to a
mild remedy, if riot attended to, socA
attacks the lunge.
were Jirst irUroduced eleven, years ajo.
It has hcen, proved that they are tht
beat article before the pidio fcr
ßciiahs., ßcld&t jtcnculis,
JL&Ouna., ßaititfilt, the Hzdcir.r
Courrh in, fcan&tuniilcn, and
numercibs affeztiens cf tho fDlitciit
giving immediate relief.
1 ttb lie Spcahcrs V Siiipcrx
Wild find them effectual for clearing
and ctrenrthening the rczce
ßdd by all Qrxifrgict3 and (Dealer r,
in, J Medicine, at D cents j?er loz.
F H 11 1 r s H pills are the r u!t nf mut-li firmly and Cure
I fill rx-rl'nre I" all varirtifa of F mal complaint,
an I In ins.- of Irrestulritles, su;iprr'lns, leut lirrli"i
tir W hi Ii., liiflaniinnll'iii f Ihr F.ladder, KMney and
Womli, ami bs fr Nervous Fnerry, etc. Their use fa
li.ive h!I pralsr.
Are rtillrrly free from any Nfrrnirlal or Mineral pnlin,
an- piip-ly weeetaM", and ar fn-e f rm ilancer; can be
ll-eil wlh prrfrt-l hafcly.
AnimiK tlie nuny tli"U-ands ihit have ued them In all
purls of the t'nioii fcriNic ju nk 111 of them, for all like
M.irrlrd La tus in certain m!uaUoii should not use
bfin. I or reasons sre t!t - tiiiii on rath box.
I'rlrr (hie Hollar lrr llt.
They are M-nt In a thin, Jl.tt x, postage free tw all
parts of th t'niteil Stairs upon the rrrrlpt of ihe price.
IV poir.Und at.ldhy lilt. i:VINU,
No. IS Vlrifiliia Avrlillr,
tnyT-i'Awly Indianapolln, Indiana.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY?
THAT IS THK t'UKSTIOX.
rpilF, prophrtor t.f the TARIAN CAI'.INKT DF
I WOMiK.Ks, ANATOMY, and MKMCINK," have
Ir'crnniit-'l, rrcardl of exjiense, to iMir, frrr, (for the
Nul lit of Mineriii bum mit v ) l otlt of the r rnoct m
ir;ctive and intrrosi inf lruir- n Marriage and it
Iif)H.ili!1catiiin-i. Nrrvnus iliiy, I'remature iHrlitie
f llarihooil, tiitliifestjon, Wenki.es or Ieprrsiori, a
f Km r.'y and Vital Powers, tin' U re at Social Fvil, atil
the M.il.i'lies which reult frim ymi'liliU follies, l
rrv, , ,f Jlatunty, r Isuoraw uf 1 hyil jry and Na
iirc'.s l.iw Hi invaluahl f ctutes have Wti the
liir.lli of ei.lichtrninx and aavii.i; thoiiHanils, and "ill be
f.irwar !'1 fr-e on the receipt of r.ur ftAnaps, ly address
intf SF.Cit: TARY pAmsi Caaiarr or Aathv an
Mi mcim:, 5fi3 Broadway, New York. j-23-dly
c: o"4 V I i i: A T I A L .
j- p TOING MKS WHO HAVE IN-
j y' 1) ,J n''1-' them lve hy certain secret
I h.ildt, hieb unfit them forbuine-s,
i. ssuy p'eisure ir flie itiities of married life;
Jjjfsvär' also, miditle-arcd and old men. hu.
front the tollie of yooth or other cause, fert a lebilny
in advance of their years, brf.-re placme theniselvet un
der the treatment of any one, shonM first read i
"THE SKCKLT FTilKNIl." j
Married l ulisw i 1 eurn f-omethinif of Impirtanee by
pirii.sit."lHit SKCitT Fatrsn." i
Sri.t lo any address, m sealed erivttujf on receipt nf,
DU. SIC A KT A CO. can be conItej on all dieae of i
a private or rontldentiil nature, from H A. M. to 9 I M., '
(Suii la fr- ta 9 to 11 A. M.,) at th ir of'.re. No. 13 Fat
Third sireit, up-Mair, between if am and Sycamore, op
posite the llrnrie Hviis-.
Ad ire IJK.CHAS. A. SICAKT k CO.,
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
ITo. 5 East Washington St,,
TO MAKE ROOM FOK EAKLY FALL STOCK. THK FOLLOV.'I.VO GOODS WILL BE
SOLD AT REDLTCED PRICES:
LAWNS, LACE SHAWLS.
JACONETS. LACE MANTLES.
O R(i A N DI ES. SI LK M A N T LES.
FI CSU RED RAREGES.
Particular attention is called to
Miicii iood,, .mil .ttcn' and Doyf'
M. H. GOOD,
i . H Mi KI M.
rrort vr rvruoTT.
NICKÜM & PARR0TTÖ
(i i -soks nt a. ü j. xrT..ri;,
i:.50. NTI.AJ5 ISAEii:3CY
.No ii Noiiin I'i'N.Nsvi.VANiA siki;i:t
(lU-tween O l l I Ii. W- Hall Mid P'-l Utl rr.)
M anufat turt r-! a'.i ) i"ls or Ci k r. Cakes, I'.rrad and
l'ir, VV b-l-sale alid 1. lad.
?. 1 imr.u fact iov and Vt-cp a coiMatit cuppty of the
! I 'in aititl'.;
CM CKi:lt P. alter Cr.nker Pie -Nie CrncV r, ..-1a
Crstkei., i;i(!.nii Cijiktr, Crakiill f.istnit, VVatr
Cracker, Suar Ciackei, Wii.r CiurkT, toil Cia k
crs. Cri-Hiii I'tuc.i i, lotirr l 'ia ker, etc.
C I K I S of all kimU, I ii M.i 1 1 irntii it ed.
All knrU .f M a-rfroi.ns od Tun-, Jt iy, Fancy, l.lr.jrer
nd Mi. ir C ikes. Ac , A . "
Y-tl I titft. Hint I'll r lle f ii ml licit on
&;WsNMr.S tr Al l. KIMiS.
-)siiri!i rs fur laritr q i.oitiilt . f.lil at l w re
BTOrilrr pl. itij.llv I llcl, and drlivrred in the city
frre t t cli val'. J.ViI-d2ni
Lynch 8t Keane,
:u wf.st washin;tox vri;r.KT,
OTHKIl LAKCi: IXVOICLS OF SUMMKU
I. utiles' Ilreva Civl, ri rr'llilnir In
I lie Line, und Arurt D1kii.
rACF. ai.d Silk MaiitilUs, new tv le Sa-, ur ,.!,. hi
J and Ch k-, Prüited Cadi IVra" ! mr! Si:;i ti
liO'UJ-, II- ji 'si t-, II..,, ry Ac; Irvh Linen.. I-mk,r.id-erj.
. Wliitr 1..!, Isitn and CamhrV ll.n.lki-n l irf.
IVeachrd hihI Hrwii Mi-nhlf, lilovrs, NoU ni-
Ist Aiuetican lirands, lrm sic a yard uji;
UUST iVULiSlI l'llt.YTS,
Oi.ly 11 ',c a yard;
C-4 wi fe, oi.ly efic a yard:
m -: k : .
v ry jro!, 3 pair 2-.
TUY UALLQU'S FIIKN'CH YOKK SHIUTS,
tiT.lrtobe ld-a! I.ri.rh A; Keai.r'n
TUY P.K.ST IKKNC1I COksKlft ANI WAISIS.
CHOTH, CASSiY.ERE, AND PANTS STUFE
For mrn'i and b. wrr; S raw Goods. II.:, Cajs and
Fla's rrtrvthm to te found in a lry lö! Stare.
Stock ci:iplete; l u;Lt at ret.t a';c?it iu New Iwk;
w nl ak aolil 20 jkt cent, h low former price for caL
HOOP SKIBTS7Ü00P SKIRTS!
Havir.z made arranzemerit. with two .f the l.r?et
II s t y-'u.TX H.orjfac-one in the Fast, ve are prepared to
o.Ti-t ihem. whilessl nd retail, at New York prices.
Call and exauitne Ihe tork; trouble th-w (r--od.
fiidy one price. Jienierriher si,m of the 1:1? Hoop
Skirt. - Jel33-lly
EM HKO IDE HI ES.
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