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" A SlITAltULAi Saturday Morning, July 26, 1862. CocRKtBtoKAL Camiioatis. Vc are request d to Hale that the fiienus of lion. 1. Cad well will present Ida nnnie to tbo oominj Union Coorcntlou, at candidate for Representative Id Congress for Uii District. Stringent orders ure being iMtaetl on ever TianJ for the treatment of I lie guerilla bandittis rbicli are forming and sprraTing'over the conn try. Itmluiit clout h without process or exnmiua tiun, li the resort which tbu rascals art invited to prepare for. The last order by Gen. Pope direct the ar- rest of nil dislovul maid citizens within the lines, I or witliiu the rc-j)ectivo stations of corps com manders who refute to take the oalb of allegi ance, st.d their being put beyond the picket south, and DoliGcd that if funud again within our liue, or at any point in tie rear, they will be considered spies.nnd subjected to the extreme tigor of military luw. If any person, having tuken the oath of allegi ance, as above specified, fhall be round to have Tioiated it, shall be shot, and hid property seized und applied to the public use. Communication with the enemy, writing or caryg letters or Micsages will be considea-d and treated in the same way. 7ns GuJt Doati. -No aim of our service has been more essentially importaiit than our fleet of gonbouts. Even the grand army of the Potomac, bate reason to thai k their stats, and the conception the Path finder, for their saU uliou from a sore defeat and mote. This 6et should ta.nper the hostility of M'Clellun's friends to rard Ueu. Fremout is To thk Yocn Ms or Asiitascla ! The talk and novelty of civil war ia over, and its stearo realities are upon u, convulsiug the na tion to its centre. The 6rst demonstration call ad forth by Ibis wicksd and unnatural rebellion has astouitbed the civilized world. At the ca'l of our eouotry, more thutt halt' a etUlioa rushed to arras to it battle for the Conatittriisu ansl the tJuioa under the goe old Sag whose stars and stripes ate the symbol oC loyalty and patri- tlism, uud the glory of our notion. IUo and treasure were laid upou the altar of liberty, un til those who made the appeal said it is enoagh treason must go down, and republican liberty shrill bt vindicated. But a cloud still bangs over u and millions ofloyal hearts beat with anxiety. The tcill and jioteer of tbo oatiou must be stimulated by a more profbuud patriotism, so broad and deep that it will purge out party polities, sordid am bition, and every form of selfishness, while it consecrates tha Life, Vortane and Honor of the Nation to its defence. We waut the Fubiosea, rbe Scipios and the Washingtons to lend our armies, aod not the Cataliues and Arnolds to tamper and parley with the enemy, conspire a gainst and botray us. We do not disparage lb nolle men in the battltfieldt, and whose brows wear the meiited laurels gratefully be stowed by a disctiuiiuatiog and appreciating government Hut we want 300,000 more like them the choicest ruen of our nation men whose right arm of power will full like a thunder bolt upon the staggering foe and. cru.-h out the last rebellious liord that now cuises the land, and lifts its traitorous haad against heaven and our government. Who will be flrst to volunteer and give his name nod influence and power to save our coun try from revolution T If our fathers could strug gle eight years to gain our national independ ence, will we, their sons sacrifice und forfeit i' when six months service would perpetuate it perhaps, for ever ? Shall1 the sun ofour nation al glory and prosperity go down at nooo, ai ear history cast the weight of its influence into the scale of despotism r Not until the blood of onr patriot sires shall have lost its ii.fluenre npea tbo American heart Sooner, if liberty m6t die, bury in her grave the last freeman, that no ore remain to write the history of our fall ! But thank God, no such destiny awaits us. A million, instead of three hundred thou sand, will come forward if necessary. Ohio bus already dona nobly. Our soldiers have met the enemy on almost every ballU Geld, and we are proud to record that uone have shown a stron ger arm and truer heart than our own Ohio boys. But the Governor of the stato calls 40,000 more. Ohio is on the border of tliis- great battlefield, and must do her duty. what say you fellow citizens of Ashtabula County jo response to this call ? Many of your noblest sous have already gone forth, uud some have sealed their patriotism with their blood. Who will Gil their place?, and avenge their fall Your country ealli, and-will you refuse T shall lore o Tease, or timidity, or any othei unworthy eousideiatioo, keep you from yoer eouatry'i sercice, or will you enroll your name among the brave, aud manfully respond to the present ear liest appeal f Martial Law in Cincinnati. Murtail law- has been declared in Ciuciuuati. Volunteers art coming in rapidly, several companies having already been filled. The citizens are somewhat excited, and- aiw having old shot-guns, muskets and. rifles repaired aud pat in order. They bo partianluv danger to Cincinnati, from Morgau's guerrillas, but propose ts prepared for it. The Columbus Journal says that a large number of arms for infantry and cavalry, and considerable quantity of ordnance stores, keen shipped to Cluciooutk. Newbtro. It seems tbnt the rebels ' i.raded lodiana and taken New burg. place it situated oo Coal Creek, ia Faun- taia eoooty, and U only 8 miles from Cov ington Ky., wbieh liet direelly opposite Cincinnati. This W coming- close borne. The gratifying announcement is made the Federal soldiers who wera wounded taken prisoners during the billies before Rich snoud are cow being released oo parole by rebels, to be exchanged at some future time. Slothx. A New York geulleuiao io Paris, write bom that it is very amusing to see mananes ia wbieb tbo rmei aud their mistresses at tha freueb eourt cluster around old ' tilidell, borrow his money, eat bis dinners, befool blia lu tht idea that the y art staking Uoniil opluloo for him. ' Mai tare are satiskvtoirry progrtiig hi Pope's depart. Tbo soldiers are delighted with Lis new order ted are ready to do ' thing and everything for Urn. The death of tJ u. Twi?ga i One iii'.moas trait. ! the lea. announced It is understood that such dispositions are in progress as will give Gen. Cox's force, lut-ly holding the bead of the Kanawha Valley, an aatWo share in the campaign of Pope's army. The World says : "The year has uot emit d tlie war, as was hoped ; bul it hast done what next to that it has laujht us bow alone the war enn be ended. Tiik reported capture of Butou Uuuge was a hoax manufactured by a mendacious financier f New Orleans. Head the following address of the Military Committee, and let your patriotism bo fired by its noble sentiments. MILITARY ADDRESS. d for So ? an ticlpatt b a have bare This that and the the John and ns Geo. euy- The loyal people of the North have been again called upon to come to the assistance of the Government. The rebellion thnt was to be quelled in sixty days, has grown to formidable strength and threatens the safely of our armies Knst and West, and mote men must be had. The people and the Government have underrated the strength and endurance of the enemy, until now a great danger is "pon The Administration realizes the existence of a powerful enemy who are fearfully in earnest and promises to use all the mean that Oo.l and nature have furnished to our hands. Congress has passed a stringent Confiscation and Emancipation Bill, that will put ao end to our noble volunteers guarding rebel pro perly. Our army under Gen. Pope have al ready commenced to prey upon the enemy, and suUrst themselves upon the foes of our nation. We may well congratulate ourselves oa the inauguration of such a policy this is now a war for Freedom against Slavery our army will hereafter leave no slave be hind it. Freedom advances with the onward tramp of our army. This change in the pol icy of the Government will almost compen sate onr reverses. The President has called for 300,000 men and pledges himself to crush the rebellion, with sntli an addition to the army, within one year and the men must be furnished by volunteering, if possible, but f that fails, drafting must be resorted to. Old Ashtabula has given most generously of her brave s ne but she must do more The Governor has assigned the 105th Regi ment to this District, comprising the counties of Ashtabula, Trumbull, Mahoning, f-skei and Geauga, and the quota o( Ashtabula, county is 250 men, and these inul lie fur nished in 30 Hays. Not a man is to be taken from the harvest field, as the orer o the Governor is, that all men who enlist shall have a furlough for tl-at time. Men of Ashtabula county, we must to the work, all cannot go, but all eaa aid and as sist those that do go. The people of the North have ns yet made no great eoesiScea in this war The time has now come when ev" man must put ins suouiucr io cry the wheel and assist in the inaintatn ance of the only free government on earth. No man can shiik the responsibility if that number of mn are raised wiiViis the time specified, we save ourselves the humiliation of a draft, and that must and will come less than forty days if the people do not To facilitate recruiting, the County Military Committee have appoiuteJ town, ship military committees in each lownshipi w ho are expected to give the matter early and earnest attention to see that their sev eral townships furnish ns many men. as pos sible. Eut they are not 'o work alone; we expect that every good citizen, every lover his country will lend a helping hand and not cease their labors until the work is done and we say to theStnte that no man can be draft ed from Ashtabula Co., but that as many are required, go freely not to return (ugi lives not to guard property but to fight traitors to the Government, and to fight them to the bitter end. The several township com mittees are named below. Athlalu'a. Ileary E. Parsons, IT. Toombs, D. W. Gary. Andover.C. L. Shipman, R. A. Norton, Joseph Shepa.d. Aastiitlurg. Lewis "3. Austin, Samuel Snow, Edwin French. Cherry Valley Abel Krum, A. W. Sweet, Egbert fcjweet. Cultbraok: William Allee, Joseph Heed, Gilbert Cole. Denmark. William 11. Scager, Nicholas Knapp, Giles Ives. "hrsct.T, S. Edwards, J. II. Pulsipher, C. A. Burr. GcKMa.l. 5. Fitch, II. I. Uoswell, S. Mimger. JIarpcrseld. Harry Bishop, Robert Hiram Ilickok. Ilartigrove. William Jarvis, Freeman Howes, Rodney Marsh. Jefferton. J. A. Uervty.D. S. Wade, D. Prentice. KingsvillcyM.. W. Wright, Valentine Torgee, E. I). Nettleton. Loox.C. A. Bentley, Calvin Crane, Gates Hyde. Morgan. A. B. Watkins, B. C. Randall, John J. Hoy t. .Vonro. Lewis Howard, Josiah E. P. Baker. JVoo Lyme.Vm. S. Deraing, Rodney Carey, A. R. Latimer. Orwell. Gio. A. Howard, II. M. J. 11. Phillips. ThyiM-Mk. C. G. Calkins, Simon Lawson Richmond. Pierpont Win. D. Jennings, E. B. T. II.Follett Jlitkmond.E. O. Peck, Win. II. Silas P. Warren. Itomt. Abraham Randall, George Joseph Tinan. Sayhrook. Lyman Curlisa, Iavid 11. W. T. Simonds. Sheffield. J. P. Eastman, John Hendry Jr., Harvey Tt. Clark. Trumbull. Wm. P. Quirk, A. N. U. D. Kellogg. WiUiamtfieU. Thomas Gillie, Truman Phelps, Leonard Tuttle. Wayne. B. S. Decker, Jlichard II. F. Giddings. Windsor. Milo Dyer, Leverett A. nard, II. G. Skinner. The committees are requested to organize the work, call meetings, and rake the as soon as possible. If tkey wish speakersr they will notify the county commiiteea, they will be furnished at the time dssciibed. Now the work is be (ore us, and shall b done? Our naiiWe honor, say, very istsncs dtmtuda U and if w now show strength, all will be well; but if we are try find hang back, wr Ua.l have to England and France. We have work enough on our hands without their interference, 11 they will moi surety interfere, and that soon, unless ne show that we are powerful enough to crush this cursed rebellion. To the old and ihe young, to the rich and the poor, to nil classes we then appeal for one great effort that will cm tire success. Our noble boys already in the service those who fought at IVa Ridge, Winchester, Shiloh and Port Republic, those who have endured hardships and faced death like brave men. call upon us for this effort. If this 300,000 men are promptly furnished, they can return within a year, to their homes. It is a duty we owe them, to sustain them when they are pressed by overwhelming forces, and appeal to us for aid. Then every man to his post let the country resound with glnd shout of cheerful response to thecal! of our brothers and sons already in the field, to the call of our country in her hour of extreme peril. Let us show to the nations of the eoith that we have not undertaken what we cannot ac complish. Never be it said that Ashtabula county men, who talked and voted for liber ty and free government, will not fihl for it and that voluntarily and freely. Upon each mnn, upon each township, rests the re sponsibility of their action. Those who re spond readily and cheerfully will be freed from the disgrace of a draft. Volunteers w'io respond to this call will receive $11 per month aud a bounty of $100, one fourth of which will be paid in advance, and they wiil not bo ready for field opera tions until the warm weather is over. Draft ed men will receive 11 per month and no bounty. liy order of the Military Committee. MISSING OF THE TWENTY-NINTH. in of as C The Cleveland Herahl of the 10th, publish es a letter from Lt. Col. Clauk, of tlm :?Jtli, rfuteil Salisbury Fair Grounds, North Caroli na, June IW'i'J, where he is himself a pris oner. In it he pive the following list of members of the regiment taken nt the battle of Port Republic the privates being takeu to Lynchburg Vn., and the officers to Salisbury. It w illb seen that this list contains the name H. P. Tl'RSKB, of of company A, who vas reported killed, in a murderous manner, and whose funeral was preached, in Hartsgrovo, on Sunday before last: List of prisoners from the 2fUh Regiment Ohio Infantry, taken by Confederate army. at Port Republic, Rockingham count v, Yn., Junel'th, lii Field Officer Lieut. Col. Clark. Company A. Serirt. T. K. Iloyt: Corpl. A. L. Riekard; Privates C. Covett, ('. Until, John Svlvester, T. U. Broughton. A. Fre er. K. P. Young, John Ellis, J. Kvene, II. P. Turner, Company H. Lieut. Andrew "Wilson: Serpf. J. E. Tanner; Corporal A. J. LaiiK wortbv; Privates S. U. Wilder, L.J. Finney, W. J". Biuie, J. Hrazee, S. A. Stanley, S. Atkins, G. W. Atkins, A. II. Bciihnm, Win. Porter, Company C.Capt. Edward Hayes; Sorpt.i Rolliu S.Jones, N. 11 Bailey; Privates John A. Frtm'er, James lltmininp. Henry C. Lord, Mike Malouy, Johnson Noble, B. r. Soerry, James T-irton, R. W. Cro.-s, D. Liiidsfey, S. U. Cro.-by. Company I). Serrt. S. Woodbride; Pri vates!). Brewster, Win. H. Join's, J. Wait, L Uundi'U, J. Ueplaitce, Jobu lluirho. Company K. Privates M. Mayliew, L. Hill, J. Jones. N. Gillett. Company F. Lieut. Hamblin Gregory; SerptS. Hall, Corporals C. Woodford, N. B. Jves. Privates C. V. Clark, M. P. Durkee, E. Reed, J. Munlcv, P. Smith. C. Cune, J. J. Belknap. M. Call. E. S. Otitis, E. Malone. Company (i. Lieut. Cary 11. Russell; Sergt. AY. Clininboriaiii: Corporals L. Zettel, C. F. Rj'inley, John Kumer, K. T. Greene; Pri vates G. flr.-iginfloii, C. I.antz, C. Morton. T. McCain. J. Bunies, J. Campbell, H. Geer, J. Gnus, Win. Garrington, G. Stohl, I). Ste vens and William Wert. Company H. Lieut. Thos. W. Nash: Cor poral E. C. Overhaltz; Privates John lletile tiiifi;er, L. W. Hart, J. C. Shall. Company I. Capt. R. B. Smith. Lieut. E. Woodbury; Sergeants (J. Cargill, .1. Walsh; Corporals'C. Cove, C. Beach, A. Wondnitf; Privates l . I . Lord, . W aterman, -Mcary, Wm. Eldred. J. Roop. Company K. Capt. I. E. Ilulburt; L;eut. Wm. Neil: Sergts. A. O. Benjamin, i. C. Judd, W. S. lloxter: Corporal Luther Kin jievr Privates F. Johnson. I). Mclntvro, J. Jeiiks, F. Hibbard, J. SarsCeld, G. W.'Dean, II. H. Fenton. In addition to the above there were taken at an 1 about Strashnrp, on the lijth of May, the following, viz: Leonard G rover, Co. A; Robert Sills. J. C. He Wolf. Co. B; George J. Broekett. Henry C. Rice, Co C; John's. Bellows, F. Colve, II. Sly, S. Rockwell, Duvid AY. Hall, Co. E; Ferris Townsend. Newtoit Iliimmiston, Geo. F. Hewett. Co. F; William Gilbert, Co. I. The Iwforemontioned are all prisoners war at Lynchburg, Ya. except the commis sioned otfieers, who Kuve been removed this place, where wc fonnd Privates J. Wirth, Co. G; W. II- Connell. Co. II: das. Sours, Co. I. taken near Edinbiirg. A'a., -May 1'ith. Jas. AY hit n py, i f Co. F, taken at the sumo time, was left at the H-pUal at Richmond. THOS. CLARK. Lieut. Col. 29th Regt. O. V. II. At kins, II. Hicks, Hoff man, Ford Cro well, Kel ley, Bing ham, Hayes, Bar men and k ex our dila Sht flic pruises of our gallant army before Richmond ui'u upou all lips. Never uicti light latter. Never did valor shine more triumphant. Opposed by overwhelm ing numbers, how gallantly did our brave Hows itlw.tLiiid the brunt of brittle ! Willi huvv culm a constancy did tbey dcutli 1 That tbey failed to accomplish that coiiutry hoped was no-fault of theirs. Their heroism has been incarnated iu deeds that w ill live forever. The I'ostauk Stamp Cckkency JIii.l Having received the signature of the Presi dent, i be Treasury Department will once proceed to issue a largo quantity st.iiDps for general circulation, in order supply the immediate demaod for change. They will be printed ou paper, without gun?. Colonel Tbluc, an unconditional East Teunesseuii, the choice of Parson BitowNLOW and Mr. M.iYsr.n, U 8 confirmed as District Judj iu place JlldgC lll VI'IIREYJ. IltNDKRsoN The rebels have taken place. It is the cipital of Ileudersin county, Kentucky, and is locuted on Ohio lliver, two buudred miles below ville. Always bequeath to your wife as money as you coo, her second husband, poor fellow any Dot hare a cent in pocket. A rebel near Warriugton.tbe other day, applauding the enterprise aud ability f Jackson, remarked significantly, "He is Fremont." There I tat been some fighting in Kansas tbo Federals were successful. Loyal ludiuus joining our forces io large numbers. Jackson's Bistkr. A correspondent of Wheeling Intelligencer says that sister Stonewall Jackson who lives iu Beverly, giois, is stoaneb Uuioo wonmu, She her lime to the sick and wounded. Goon. The Nualnilla Vidcn h infyrmod that 16 or 18 of the persons engaged in thotnar der of the Federal cavalry ner Murfreosboro, havo been captured, and that they will be sum marily dealt with. As it Siioi'i.D Bit The Springfield llepubli tun gives a rumor that Thos. II. Seymour, the traitor ex governor of Connecticut, has been arrested for his disloyalty, and will be coufiucd in Fort Warren. Onthe4tb the Stars and stripes waved iu every state of the Union. It is said that our forces arc making new pre parations for on attack on Charleston. Flour has been "reduced" in New Oilcans to $24 per barrel. Gen. Joe Johnston is likely to dio of bis wound. Correspondence of the Buffalo Express. of to did all at of to small thick Union been of this Ihe Louis much bit while Stone wall our and are the of Vir deio'es lit. Hint, the very discriminating corres pondent of the Buffalo Express, has paid a visit to the army at Harrisons Lauding, and says of it : Throwing away all disguise, it is o brave but beaten aimv, which at n vast sacrifice of life and property, by bard marches und heroic resistance, muuiiffcd to tnukc an or derly retreat to a defensible point, where it it is throwing up fortification and lias rat down cross and sore headed, and with a terriblo feeling of disappointment ns to the grand results of strategy. It stills feels in secure us to communications. Dou t brag about this skeuaddlo. .It won't bcur investi gation. 1 may lie detained here several days, nnd perhaps may be nipped or '"gobbled." Hope not, but nobody feels secme bete. I wish 1 could wiito more cheerfully, and pei Imps ere you receive this, good news may prove nil my prognostications unfounded. Hut I don't sec it. In the meantime, how ever, I have somehow gained the opinion that the timely visit of the l'tesidcnt may be followed by some ra1io.il changes here. There is some uucusiuess here ubout onr communications below. It is suid thnt the Kenebee is the only transport that tins passed without being lired at, for a week The until steamers und other important ves sels go under convoy, while the gunboats arc constantly busy, shelling Ihe shores. Iliinisou's L-indiiig is sleepy and dull its monotony onlv relieved by visiting back ward nnd forward, and lulking over ques tions of duty and discipline, or hearing the experience of some fellow who was iu '.he urniid skedaddle, and bus worried through like a tortoise, carrying ull he has in the world on bis back. Most of the officers lost nil their personal baggage, nnd the men, of coir se me no better oil. The feeling among them, which bus been described as i nthiisiiisiic is rather dogged and resolute All huvc hud lighting enough for the pics cut. but a e williiiir to tro at it iiyrain w lieu the proper time comes. It is emphatically a brave army, perfectly reliable lo do ull that it has strength to do. The style ol conversation among tho'C I meet is "that of veterans. No bragging, very little pcisonal narrative, no exagger ated statements ; but ull agree that the loss of the enemy is frightfully large, anil nece-sarily tuucli larger than ours. The reason is this: In all our charges out! stands for icsistance, the men were drawn up in line of buttle, w ith the usual supports, uud u ball delivered into them killed ouly iiiuii ot most. The rebels iu several cases ns ut Malvcru II. II, charged "in column by division," throwing a great solid muss oi men upou our lines, in thet'lloi i to break through merely by piessure from behind. Into these solid columns of humanity onr ailillery poured their lire, nnd the effect ol a volley was like that of a scythe among tall irruss. A single shell fiotu the Galen so the rebels themselves say killed und disabled one hundred men. Iu uuother in stance, u solid shot from a heavy gun hap pened to get the alignment ol u division trout and tore along the whole line, throw ing lieuds.iiiu-kels.shoulders and knapsacks into the air above oud around the destruc tive path. History, and the final summing up of the6c events, will show that the buttles ou this Peninsula, ore remaikublo for destruc tiveues The Austrian retreat fiom Mag enta upon Solferino is outranked in magiii tilde ol fatality by that of McClcllun, while the losses of the pursuing army of two all.es hear no comparison to l ose ot the rebels. For six davs.it w us one continuous, des- perute fight, all day, nnd rushing retreat all , niuht. The rear guard selected points of defence aud stubbornly held thein while the wasious and stores were shifted to Ihe left behind their protection. At the same time, or rather later in this week of bu-tles, desperate rush was mude to break through our left and cut our army off from the riv er. To have done this would have bugged the whole institution. As it is, the front is changed aud looks eastward instead northwest. Our position has some decided ndvanta ires as a base of operations. Communiea tion is ample and uninterrupted except the annoying rebel batteries ou the shore below ns, winch the guuboats ore constaut ly shelling and preveutiug from making any pcrmaneut works, lue troops ore tiieieui well-fed, oud abiiiidtiDlly supplied, for in cuse is there auy uccd of more than three miles of wugon truusportaliou. the rebel ou the other haud, have at least twenty twenty-five miles of wagoning, so inut cood loaim ssiaiit is almost or quite tm possible. They must fall back neur to old positions, if they have not already done so. uud ihouirh our Irout lines are tuguiiy under anus, I fancy that the army might march ten miles buck ou its route of retreat without any serious lighting. He has poorly studied the Southern char actcr who has not learned, by this time, that only severe measures will conciliate lt is oarl of the Southern nuturo to look ou soft words as servility the apologies au inferior. Iu all their home quurrels, is the fashion to settle them by ihe arbitra meat of combat. Argumeut goes for ooth thing as compared with IDe oowie-nune pistol. And untill the rebels learn rebeUiou will bring with it every calamity to lite, property, aod social position, will never cease their mutiny. In punishing crime and treason, the easiest, intst tialural, and most righteous point attack, is the institution of slufery. gieat national siu oud shame has bared neck to the beadsman. Lot the axe fall. Just such a Confiscation bill as which has passed the House, if made law and cufowced as a law a year would liava liberated few slaves, because but few had so far committed themselves as to become irrevocably subject to its visions. Now, aud after a year boi retreat Imiopotsible, tha law . U passed. It is ao act of abolition, aud as such I ry iu it. Just aud coustitutioual it is marring uot ou liiu of the sacred i astro meat. Washington.—July 22. It is first ordered that military comman ders within the States of Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Arkan sas, in an orderly muniicr suizo nnd uso ony properly, real or personal, which may be necessary or convenient for their severul commands for supplies or for other mili tary purposes, and thut while property may be destroyed for proper military ob jects, none shall me destroyed iu wanton uess or mnlico. Second. That military nnd naval com niAndurs (hull employ ns laborers within nnd from snid States so many persons of African descent as can be auvantugconsly used for military or nuvul purposes, giving them reasonable wages for their labors. Third That ns lo both property nnd persons of African descent, accounts shall lie kept sufiicicntly ncciirate and in detail to show quantities nnd amounts, and from whom both property nnd persons shall huve come ns a basis upon wnieh compen sation can be made iu prober cases, and the several departments cf this Govern ment shall attend to and perform their appropriate parts towards the execution of these oraers. 15y order of the President. EDWIN M. STANTON, Secretary of War. There is neither law nor regulation for the ac ceptance or volunteers otherwise thau for three years or the war. Secession Sympathy. The Ufcckinrid '.; D.-iu icrnU of Detroit got up a row oil Tuesday evening ou the occasion of Ihe holding of it war meeting. These secessionists interrupted the meeting with ull manner of noises, ond finally lull upm Ciiptiiin E. (J. Wurd. The Advertiser snys ; These wretches seemed to have n particu lar spite tigaiust Captain E. 11. Ward, and manifested their dislike iu various wuys. At the close of the mce'.ing they made u i u s It for the Captain, with the avowed iu tcnliou of killing him, aud it was only by the most superhuman exertions of SiierilT Fluiiigun, oflicer Sullivan, and two or three others, that his life was suved. The mob were devilish in their viudiutiveness, uud uot content with driving Cupiuiu Wurd for refuge to Ihe llusscll House, beat him, the oCiccrs. lion. Henry A. Moriow. uud others. The officers were enabled to gel Captain Wurd into the hotel, und from there to u place of sulety, but tor over an hour the mob bcleugured the building, yelling uud cursiug, uud blocking up the main entrances. Officers guarded the door way, uud kept the rioters outside, but ouly with the greatest d.Hiculiy. IcF.x. Hi'stSKR not a rntsoNKii. Tbe Syruoii-to Journal sjys : "Ttio rcpu t that (jl'ii. Sl'MNKit a prisoner ut Rivliiuotid is put nt rest in ?iiriom ways, but espet-i wily by letters received wit tun a dny or two by members of bis family iu ibis city." A FoKKtiiX J..KE Ttie L iiidon American remarks t li it it must be u gi'iitifviii;,' ui.-ur-mice tli:it Jeff. Davh jjivej tlio Viiiiiians, lliut be cuii prolong tlio war ou Virginia soil lor twenty years. If they tire not liuppy under this anticipation, lliey would nut lie if they were ubom to bj swallowed up by uu curiliqiiake. Capture of Memphis and Fairmont Missouri. From the St. Louis News. Thcdeprcdsition.il of Toiler's guerrilla bund, iu Noiilieiift Mis.-ouri, rcaclied Uie cliiuux uf villainy ut Fuiiiuout, Clarli county, und ut Meiiiplii, Scotland euutiiy. At Meinpbis lliey uppeured lust Sunday ubout 250 btriii under l'oiturund bis aiiijoi diuates. The towu wus completely tirpriscd. uud cveiy mule cil '. ;u lukeii uud uluetd iu 1 be (Joint Uuu.ic viili u strung guard over ibeiu. I'orter being informed I10 were secesiioiints pennitieu uie icuel syiupalliizeis to pass out. itio towu was llieii plundered, uud every tiling ot vulue to tbo scoundrels luken. Over 1,000 wus lukeu iu money from ihu bouses, Union stores tilled, uud every hpicies of villainy pei pelruted. Having cotniiieted llieir li'eeoooting' mis hion. tbey, lelt, taking with ibeui Dr. Win. w - ... n . yluid uud Uupt. Wm Dawsun, ot S'ule Miliua. m. Aylaiu wus lelt them bunging on a tree, Uiree miles ou Luneuster road, uud Cupiuin Dawson tukeu further ou. The Invasion of the North. a of by tio or ITnw tlicsfi words fall on the car ! bus been our boast that no rebel ironps nrpssed the Boil of a Free State. v e make that boast no loncer. True, they n ouly guerrillas that have done tins pustiing themselves across the Ulno, nnu tnnKiug depredations when they have no purpose to stav. jjiit tlie cnutsniiuutiou is occoin- plished, nnd the stniu is fell more than wound, l'eihups it was wimi we neeueu to arouse and impassion us. Indiana can not abide the reproach. Ihe wliole xsortn will oveotrc it. Tbe pret rebel military organization of the West is broken up. its fragments scatter themselves tor peuy asMilts. Gov. Morton of Ind. seut a 1000 infuntry, cavalry aud artillery to Henderson, which rived tbero on the 23d. Simultaneously one our guuboata went up the river with a consider able force to protect Union residents. Mr. Lincoln's Last Story. it up of u D.". Ilovey, ofDansviilc, X. Y., thought ho would call and see the President, on arriving at the White House found on Lorsebaek, ready for a start. Aproach- ing him he said : rrcident Lincoln, thought I would call and see you leaving the city, and here you tell a The President greeted .bim pleasantly, asked where he wa from. The reply From western New Yoik. Well, that' good enough country without storien. ihe President, und off ho rode. was the story. Kentucky.—CINCINNATI, July 22. they thus of That its that a ago, Report via Mayville state tbat our alry bad overtaken Morgan's Bund on road to LUensTille from Mount Stirling and after a severe fight of on hour and half Morgan's forces were completely The cannon aud horses captured by Morgan al Cynthiana were re taken also a lartre portion of the stolen property. The rebels lost twenty five iu killed. Federal loss was twenty killed. pro raide glo also, Younc Mkn I A son of Secretary huniufct enlisted in New York city, a pi irate. A sou of Gov. Davio Tood, Ohio, has done the same thing. All tlie States the best classes of yonng men graduates of colleges aod academics of substantial farmers, honorable mechan ics, are comiu' forward aid placing uatuca ou the roll of heroes Tha Timet Washington correspondent enu meration of the Union losses during ihe C day's battle before Richmond : Killed, 1.5G5 ; Wounded, 7,701 Missing, 5,958. Total, 15,224. lion. John S. l'holps has been appointed Military Governor of Arkansas. lie will make the secession fur fly. There is a rumor afloat that Sigcl has defeat ed Stouewall Jackson. It lucks confirmation. 1 Io was at Luray. Gen. Grant is to havo full swing at Corinth and vicinity. 11 C. Wilson, Esq., Ediior nnd proprie tor of the Huckeye S-.ute, New Lisbon, O , died ou the 16th inst. of dropsy of the heart. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. U. S. Tax Bill. 1 no u s 'rax lli"' in p"niPn,et frm X JJ an fine paper, with nchdl AnnexM. Containing i-very Article taxed, and amount of tax on each. For 99 hj 8. HALL. ADMINISTRATOR'S Sulo of Real Khtnte. In ptn nuance ofnn order granted b? the Pro bate Court of A'iiUstmla Cuuuty Ohio, 1 will oiler lor aale at public auction, on Monday, the With day of August, A. D. 1862. at 11 o'clock, a. m. on the premie, the following drncri'ied Heal F.nUte, be lung, ing tn th F.Ktat nt John B. Wlllianw, aittmte in the Count oi Aahtahula and State of liin, and described an follow, to- wit: One piece or lot of land, situate tn the township of Adhtabnla fn aald County, and la known a being a port of ntlfinal lot No. 17, In a id tnwnrdiip, and ia bmtn.M Went by the highway, known aa the Anlitnhula and Trumbull Turn ike Ninth by land owned by Klihti Strong, and br Inn da lately owned tiv Levi Ainaden F.iint by landa anld by Lnwaon lentil to Klihn Strong, and Smith by lands Bold by paid Ten ill to Levi Aimden contain ng about twelve acm-a of land. more or lraa. S11l1je.1t tn the dower eatate theccin, of Jrtno WiMl inia, widow of John II. Wllllama, deceased. Appraised at i.tO. ALSO One other piece or land aihinte in tne townaiiip or Ashtabula, af"ree:iid, being a part ol iota io. and 17 in Mild township and bounded North by the South Midge Hoad F.aat by tlie Trumbull and Aalitahula Turnpike-South and West Dv lanus owneu ov 1 nnnmn neuoam, cMiiiiiMikt "mii mhit nn acre of land, beinir the same nreminr on which B. n if liama resided nt the time nl'hi dect-aso. Subject to the home stead interest of the widow and minor children of an id John 11. Williams, dee d. ALSO One other piece of land situate in the township of riymouth in aaid roiinty, bi ing patt or rto. loriy-eignr, and is known a beinir the lute owned bv the heirs f n. Wil- lard deceased, and ia bounded Kast by the Kist line of said lot No. 4x Smith 1 the South line nfanid lot No. 44 West bp the centre of the highway, ami to extend mi for North, nn to Include twouty-lke und oue-lourth acrea of land. Aprnui- cl at F H0. Tkhmm or PAt.it Ono thlM In hand: one third In one year and one third In two yeara from day of sale with interest, thi pay men ta to be ccured by morttrage en the premise aold. O. H. FITCH. Adminiatrator of J. B. Williams, deed. Ashlabnla, July 22, W2. 4tV.7 GEO. F. BAILEY & CO.'S uy tlie It hud cuu the and ar of and him I story. and was: a re plied That cav the a scat tered. ; The Sew akd as of over sous their Zoological and Hippo-arcnlc PAVILIjIO int. THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY ltfuntinl thnt thin Mitmnint'ti EfUiSllnlinient, comprlv the l.uyeM collection of rare ami ci.iimj animalp, na well aatho moftt complete Company of Rtjiifhtrain Ovmrwut, kc ever won on this continent will make ittt grand entree Into this place on Wednesday, July 30tb, ot 10 o'clock A. M.f and pive Two Exhibit ion and Performances, at 2 and 1 vIol'L r. M. Aiiionjr the nmut curious and iHwiutlfnl uneclmem of tlie aniiii.il cPMtinn wliirli comprise the '.nuUmlcni llepartment, are Al'iie.-in Lioit(, Denial 'liner. Leopards, ftlie irfrent and tlie mits-t lieatitifiil marked ever seen. live turn, Tiger Cats, ,iHcxai, rum, auu a farfru coneciion or aionaeys, iroin lue i'lnilU-like Oraiiff-Outaiif;, to the plnyftil Chin.nxee. In th Orinthfiloicn! Deitaitnieiit will be found a unlendid Aviary f lliire I tin) of thu moht corureoiiti and dAzztinir plu maTe, inclndinir ftne remarkable and liitcre.itini crini'iifi of MncwN, Golilon rieawint, Ited, Green, !rny and Multl coled, I'arrotn, Homed Owlt Biid.4 of I'rey of varioim upecie. be Mile a vunt number ut uiiiiue (jLadriipe'lat ami feathered varitieK,alTnrdiutc a rich and varied treat to tue itudeuta Natural History. Prominent amontr the mnnr artiftg wlio comprise the Hip inareuic Departuteut, are Jus. Pemott, l,e Hoi de llippodrom iladumrdnelle Joiephlne, acknnwledtfed hy the public of both Leinif ohereii. to he the niont beautiful. diuiUinir and accoin- plineu iiiinii itjDne oi me aire. ie Jeune uuri me great rider, Chan. Kirern, the areut' Bure-back aud enic Euuentrain, the Denier Brotliern the wonderful Arrotutu, I'erclieand Alto ltaiin nerroniem, S. O. WooUton, It. Klliuifham, U. Willbanki, ., Jim Ward, the worldienowned Performintr Clown, Wamb'ddt, tbe Great Trick Clown, bedidea a full troop of Aero bats, TumSlnr. Trapeste J'tfrfonieri, Vau Iters, Juggler. Dan e.m. antl Athletea. Tlie programme of performance will be rich and varied. compriaine: an array of oiTeltie4 micb aa oaooot fall of inaur inff the iiKMt comnlete imtitifictNn. Two full Uandu, cunfiooed of firHt-elaaa nolo performers, from the Acadwiuv of MukIc. New York and Botttou, willac coiiijiaiiy the ehUiblinhment. The Untus Hand, led by celebrated Mae$tro A I . At wood. The string Handled tue uutinguiMheu Itnprestano tieo. pnum. The Aluiruiliceut uud SiiaelotiH 1'nvili.in, WairoDfl. TrappinM, fiurueKKeH. Cugea, &c , are all new aud trluuiuhit of Amwlcon Aleuuuutcal nkiil. Adiniituuce to Mcnnerie ond Circus cotxbioed, only 25 cents. 2tdr.6 C. II. FAUNS WORTH) Agent. Kingsville Academy. rPIIE Next Terra of this Institutiou sm , cuiiiuiriiwv uu Tuesday, August 12, 1662, and continue eleven week, under tlie dtrectlun uf A. Jutlson Biureit, A M. Principal. No change of Tenchem f-oiii laat year. Tuition lame keietofore. llimrd, twblve ahilluwa per week, itooiu-rent at greatly reduced rates, for further particulars apply tu rriuctpal !ur circular. 11 H. W Kllsl Kit, President of tho Board of Trusteea, A. 11. I.L'UK, secretary. olilfitl Steam's &. Co.'s Ash-llousc and Leach Combined. riIIIS is made of Six SlOlieS, fastened X with two bolta crossed id ths ceuter, end la eaxity down. It can be abipiwd snd setup by auy one. It ia proor. 1 ue bottom atone projtfi about . lucbea sll with s arnall crease nesr the outer stige. slakiug s leach. It holds 4 barrels of sahes, sud can bs Tesched without chsnirios ths sahee. Alan, stuoe Cuurua, t trot squsre, on theeoora pun, tlx stoos, n men uase s cuiero ooiaiug au urreia. AVell Stones sll alaea. Ciatera Covers. Flaeuins of lizea, Attw Card. Silia. Door ('ana. ajid Sllla. ('until WaU-r Table, Ouolna. (-old by II, I'UV, Sloue Yard about 80 rodaweat tue Metnoaitt ciiurcti. Aabtabuls, July 10 os Kingsville Mills. T S Mil . Situated Half a Mile Uiwi X ths eilluge, has jiut been it Into new sud eomplels der, sud being uppiied with s competent soo erieucu Miller, oilers to do cuntoiu woik In His uisnufsctuis of beatiiuslity of llour, sud keep ou baud for asle st sll Uuisa, supply ul l'luur and lad. A .lore of nubile natronase Is a'llidted, snd svery sbls expecUtloo sill bs lost io ths sceouodtlioua aud CIS ouered. " n. oa.idani:i. Kiuzwille. July VI, lWi. tlinsob. At Cost! HASKKLL & SON, ore ftWag Hloek ot SUMMER CLOTIUXO, Hats. Caps, &c.-AT COST! v,.i i.i.i. i tkla kli.H ofOooda, tbey prsfer tb... .11 t .it w.. wbieb ly HI do fru this S.. if you want MaigUi sow U llie Uuie U gs ui. Jt-LUUila. Jul) t",H- Attention ! Ilecruit9 Wanted ! ! Nnw l rnnr lm in Join s fjrtmsnt snllrHr from R sorto. JnlnCAITAJN CKOWSI.I.'S eompsnjr, Bow bfing re cruited for Uie 105th Kegiraent, O. V. M. which will be comoisnded hj Colonel A. S. Hall, late of this Count. $25 Bounty, and 1 Month's pay lo Advance r.. nt h.l.lnr (o enmnienee from Ihe dsr of follt- nit. The n-elment will en Inle Csmp st Clrrelsnd. If )on wish lo tT t home fliirtiif hsjrlnf nd rmrrett, jou will hare !M day's leae of almrnre. fall on CAIT. CKOWILf, st JrfTeraos, or l.lent. A. W. Tot'KUKR, al Sherman k Farmer's OSSce, Ah shula, or Lieut. E. A. BPAULDINU, KltitMllle. S6S 50 Men Wanted for the 52d Regt. 13AY from I3 to $24 per Month, and sommeneaa from he date of entUtment. Clolhlnit and tutwl.teoee furnl.hrd ImmeUiatelr. In sadlllon to this ererj eolnnteer in thli refment new reeelres $25 Bouiitv nnd 1 Month's poy io Advance on hit srrtrsl In Camp. Ten Men Wanted to to In the eapeeile of Team.tera. Indueemedt to tliU rlans of toluoteer. are in The appointment ol Daniel n,oo (Lionel ortliln Kegl nient h done much to add tn lt popularity. lleeruUing Head yiiancn oinceoi iook a rratt, aahtabuis Ohio. . 1.1 &L 1. 11. 1;. i-iiAn, RemitiKir Officer. . Head Quarters, Gknkhai. Ordkr No. 1. WHEREAS. Certain Tersons ii Alilnbula, ard Ihe urronnillnn town, ari(lefnnl InH tlil community of their Hard K.arnlnirr. In the way of el IIiij llc.orta nt liluli ralea, and of an lufeiior iiialily. Belt known that I, John llnnihnet, commandant of thia )fi.artment ilo oriler, anil tt l a law from th a ilate; That all rronp In Northern Ohio, dclmna of .urrhinlnu Grartrin, Staplt Ury ;((, Honli H AM .Vsaiierr Co(i.l U. c, c. nre nnlerpd tn exnmine Hip Mock of Ilaekell . 8o, be fore piirclinelttfc at any of tlie numerous one llorws Concerns that can be found iu tliia 0eartmeut. II a s k e 1. 1. & Son, Huve just received one of the bent auleeted atccli of gooda to be found In tills County, which they wlih to diipoae of for Clan or filUT Tat, of some kind, at prices to suit tlie tlmrl. 41 Quick Sales and Small Trc-fits," in out Motto Our Slock consists of Staple Dry Gcods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, CLOTHING-, And one of tho largest Assortments of Fresh Groceries to be found in Northern Ohio, tr which wc pny our particular attention. FLOUR, OATS, PORK, CORN, POTATOES, COD FISH, tigf. the by MACKEREL, Coal OH Lamps. Vincga r, Molaee$, S yrvps, Sugars, Raisins Eresh Zanle Currants, Lemons, Teas Coffee, Rice, Candles, Tubaeco, Soaps, J"utmegs, Indigo, Cream Tarter, Sal Soda, Saleratus, Starch, c., J-c.t Jc ALSO We bavo added to our Assortment Which we will sell Tor Medical purposes onxt. Rtmrmher. tliat we are located one door South of the Pout Office, where we ball be glad to aee our otd customer and Lope to make tome new one bj ooneai ana fair aeannjr. June 17th, 62-o2. Latest Arrival ! ! The Newest of Goods Opening Uaily. HAVING mode a short visit to New York during the pant week, I am now prepared to fur utae an? quantity ot gotidn on tlie aliorteat DCtioe. sly BU'Clt coulats oi all tn. will a the Latest Stylus of Dress Gooda, Ladles Cloths, Checks tut Boy's Clothing, kc. Pmis, Mottled, aud Ceraldine CheckB, the pretlteat iu town, st MOHKISOX'd. A lot of clienp Dry Goods, eo low that everybody buys them st MOURISOK'8. A Splendid lot of Cocheco nnd Merri- niiic l'riutu, Dark, 1'iuk, uuil futple, st MoUKHON'S. liUck and White Cheek Silk Shawl, Check Woolen Shawls, sud other at lea, for Summer, Just reouteuat siuKitiau s. A new and rre'tySiyle of Goods, (or Boys Clothing, juat the thlug, ehesp aod good, st Anv mmntitv of Rummer StulT-i of tbf tent Material and Manufacture, st MOHltlaON'S. taken ( A lull supply or mose mosi nrmniuii Col Isrs sod Cuffa, just reoaired st HOKKloONU. Gloves and Mitts, any qnaniitv. al. styles sod l'rics, st MOKKISOX'8. Ladies and Gents Kid Gloves, ilesiraUlo colors snd low prises, st 11011 HIS OS'S . Grenadifte Yuiltf, Tisiiies, and IJermrea, ia great profu.lon.st MOIIKISO.N'S. Narrow Ribbou for tiioiuiiiijr, nmrly U wlors, st llUKHWOTJ, Haiiilkercliiffs, ttr. terfect out using win snd of oi vi,it or- fr . . j.. . the I s liinn Poeket reasonl- artl- their t. dale. A Larrxe supply of Hosiery, from the xnallett t ths Urgesl sk. A new style lor u midreo, jsat recsitsilst umur. o. A New lot of Misseg aud Ladies Mor. roeco Hosts, eery Uw,at MOHHISON d. A few Trunks for sate low at MORRISON'S. Hardware, Glass, Miat spensd,) si MOKKitiON. Lots of Crock ery, D;a btuUa, st Putty, rseals, OH (s ksrrst ssteubk Sella Jnat spensd,) snd Groceries coustautly ou haud, the fresh- sst sod best, si MOHH1HO.N 'J. Bring on your Dutter, egga, Besua, and moat Anything that la f4 t ssUlwig your big pocket book, snd ses ssryeoraehes. lssislwss rsadv to ahnw my soods. k'tora pea from 1 In ths mrmrs uutll Ui the esiiH.. li. I.. MORSIXIV, AiLtsbitts, Jtuo. l.'ilb, V!.