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ASHTABULA:'. T Saturday Morning, August 29, 1863. Union State Ticket. The Kleetlna will u'kf plac on thVIDth day of October- " ' For Onvermrr, . , , i !- Itrarnprh, if Cayahnp. . - t i . . i if " ' ' ' ' , ? " ' , " For I. lent. Governor, - t htrln Anderson, of Mrmtsnmr-jr. 1 For SupH)nwJa'l(",' II. II. Ilnnter, .of KslrSvld. 1 . . ' ' ' For Auditor ef Rt-ite. ' .. J a roe a,,' A. tJadmau, ef Martoa. For Irmmnt of State, , , U. Yolncjr Doraer, ot Miami. - ' j . ( Ft ltrt of labile Works, , John M. Bnrrere, of Highland. , I'fiwn County Ticket. Fur Slate Reprei atattva, , AHNEtt KELLOUli. . For Probate 'Judgf. DECIVS S. WADE. For Treasurer, WALTER II. IJURGKSS. For rroMroHnf Attorney, S. A. XORTUWAV. . rot siioriir, ED. A. AVMGIIT. For Clerk of the Court, A. 1$. V ATKINS. Fur Comm. winner, WILLIAM T. SIMOXDS. For Iufirnmry Ii.rectnr, J. T. EAST MAX. For Coroner, BARZILLA VIET3. Surveyor to le nomlna'ed. Current News. The destruction of Lawrence, Kansas, by Quantrell and Lis bnnd of mnrdcrcrs, was o most horrible piece of work. The list of killed nnd wounded citizens is said to cumber 180, Ibc majority of whom were killed outright Among those killed vera the Muyor and his son, and a number of other prominent citizens all killed in their own houses, in tho midst of their (ami lias. Pillago and murder bos Dot before been curried to such a fearful extent, eveu by . the inifcreoDts who compose QuanlreH's band. The people were shot duwn as -they ran through the streets in their night-clothe?, and their bodies thrown iuto'wells and cisterns. General Jim Lane, it anncars. succeeded in makine- bis es. r 4i- r O cope from the town on horseback, and rallied twenty men, wilb whom be pursued ihe murder ers. The loss at Lawrence, it is estimated, will amount to about two millions, which will fall heavHy on Xcvr York as veil as Lawrence merchants. The people of Lawrence, it ap pears, were wholly unprepared for this attack, and they received no assistance from the mili tary in the district until too late lo avert the attack. News from Liwrcncc, as late as the evening of the 25tb, makes allusion to lira pursuit ol Q'laDtrell's bum!, and coys that they were so bard pressed that they were obliged to divide np and scatter, and that a portion of their plun der, horses, and g?ods from the stores were abandoned and recovered by the pursuers. A detachment was overtjkcu in Lafayette county and some thirty said to have been killed, and the whole number killed is said to be between CO and 70. The shelling of Charleston seem.s to be n f.ict sustained by rebel as well as union testiraouy. Gen. Gilmoro found, on trial of his parrot guns, that the city lay within fl'ective range, and accordingly took ad vantage of the discovery to give notice and brgin the work of tkmjIUion of that test cf treason. It is believed that what is left cf Somter is fully iu Gen. Gilmora's ros tcssion, and that ere this the (lug which waved there until Mpr Anderson sur rendered, is back in its old place, the iden tical one having been Ecnt him tome licie fcicco for that purpose. A Morris Isluud letter to the Herald states thafbe appearance of the gorgo face of Sum ter and its parapet was not unlike that present ed by Fort Tuljski on the evening of the first day's Cre. Thirty or forty lore holes could be counted on the face of the wall. Tbo parapet is knocked off in pluccs, a barricade of bricks covering the magazine?, and the sand traverses were seriously damaged, and the grim old fort looked as though tho had received very severe treatment. Three days of such work will bring down Sumter around the heads of its defenders if they wait so Ion;. It certainly cannot bold out much longer than that The steamer City of Richmond left -off Charleston at noon on the 22 1. The Rag Sumter were shot away on the 20th and 21st, and no reply mado to our bombardment, whiob was constantly kept up. The whole of the south east side of Sumter was demolished, and it is nothing but a heap of rules. Ou the moruing of the 21st nine breaches were ob served in the Fort. Our casualties average only about fonr daily. . The Richmond Sentinel of the 2 lib contains the fotlowing important dispatches : Charleston, Aog. 22. The fire of the ene mies laud battcriei has been kept up on Sum ter, aud more guns are disabled. Also heovy fire on Wagner and Gregg from the fleet BDd laud. Gilmore'i demand foMhe eorronder of Sum ter aud Morris Island, with the threat to sbcH Charleston in fonr boars Irons the del' very the japers at Fort Wagner, was received and returned this moruing. Beauregard, in reply, charges inhumanity and violation of the Jaws of war against OH more, and affirms if the offense i repeated will employ stringent measures of retaliation. Up to this time tbajbreat to shell the lias uot been executed. Chablestok, 23d -Saturday 604 shots were Cred at Sumter, and 419 struck inside and out side. The east wall is scaled and battered, the parapets underniiued. The north-west wall nod arches have fallen in. The guns are c'ismounled. fsiudaj tie bind batteries opened from South sod North, and the monitors East ' West, coming close up. The Cre is very damaging, as the shot swept through the fort A shell wounded several officers, including CoL Illicit. ' The Jailer is ordered to hold oat uutil . relieve! or the placfl tukou, , , A comtnuuicetiofl from Beauregard's Chief of Staff, published ia the Charleston Mercury, iiuoouoces that tko aeg roes in arms eopUwed frlorriaUasd. are Leld suMeot 'to the erderof lie Goyeioor cf SottiUt'uroluia, lo aforJni 1 of of he city and all the sod on eo with the' act or tho Rebel Congress directing tho delivery of sucit captured ncgfWs to the Governors of the States hi which Iho capture might be mado. f ;. 1 V si - -f """ I'"" 1'ight hundred guerrillas crossod over horn Mi8souil to Kansas, and pillngcd and burned II e town of Lawrence. Loss $2,000,000. Tho citizens made no resistance, being taken by snr priso in their bedj. Fears arc entertained for General Jim Lnnc. Ilo was in tho city, and there was probably no chance to get through Iho rebel line If captured, re will he bndly Bfcd. This is a sad affair. There nro 5,000 troops in Kansas, fur Us proleelioo. 'Where were they and their commander, that gnerrillns, unobstructed, could march Blty miles Into the Ulterior and destroy the mast. Important town In the Stato't . ' . ' The advance or tho' 'Arc. of the.. Cumber laud appeared i froat of , fhattauooga on the 21st, and opened fire pu the city at 10 o'clock. A.'M : Tho enemy iwpondod from nineteen guus, mostly small ones, which nlid little da-tnflffo,- but also with one 32-pounder, which swept thn opposite shoroi- Our Gffl was very destructive , nnd every battery vvhlch opened on us was" disabled. The Works' of tbo cue my on the liver uro reported very strong. Moored on the wharf here wcro two steamers, and opposito tho city a poulooo bridge of forty-seven bouts. The lurgest of . the stonin trs was tuuk by our tire, and the smaller one disabled. An attempt to destroy the pontoou was frustrated by rebel shurpshooters. Forty prisoi.crs were takon,auiI two rebels were kill ed aud several wounded. Our advance ha reported ten divi.-ions nt Chattanooga, and Hill's (lato IlardcaV) corps along the railroad in the direction of Dridgc port. Contrabands report that Johustou ar rived with two trains of troops on tha 20 ill. and snuorioded litnaz. who has retired to Atlauta. This last statement is couCruicd. . Xctwithstanding cnnlrory dispatches stuling that Leo has fallen back, or that he coutein plates resuming the cDeusive, ic, news d'nect from the front shows clearly that there is not. the slightest change from tho situation "dur ing the laet month, or thai It u any way probable f 1 r some time to' come, The Philadelphia Tress of the 25tb iuat., has a, letter from off New Inlet, North Caro lina, giving an account of the dvistrucliou of I tbo Untwh-sLeumcr Uubc by tne tuuud ptatei I steamer Xepbon, on the 18th lost. One of the Xephou's boats was swamped, 'uud her crew were enntured by the rebels, who lined the shore, firm on the boats charged with the destruction of the Hebe, after she wss run ashore. Tho cevulry force under Fiiz'iugh Leo crossed tho -llsppahannock . on the 25:1) near Corbin's neck, tlx miles below Fred crieksburgh, but were speedily routed by a brigade of General Curtis, with a lo s in prisoners of tLrcc engineer cfliecrs nud a number of privates, yet unspecified in kill ed nnd wounded, before recrossing tho ri ver. Our loss slight. No officers' killed. . The position of tho rtltl army now is somewhat thus: Ewtll lie; near Orauge Court House;-A. P. Hill near lliipidan Station; Longstreet stretches from U. S. Ford to Fredorleksbnrgh, ar.d pickets the lUppahannock down to Fort Koyal. Leo's hendquarters lie ubout two miles beyond Orange Conrt House on the G jrdonsville road. """" , . The Richmond flxuminer contains a Charles-- tou d-le of the 21th, which says : " Loot uight at twelve o'clock, the enemy ojicued Qra ou the city, firing fifteen 8-iueh parrot shells. Xou combataols arc leaving in a continuous stroum. Col. Gai'.lord, of Wagner, was killed, au.l several wounded. It is saij thcra aro i'i vo. sels inside the bar, including iroosides. Gen. Burnsidc declares nil ferries over the Ohio River streams within the limits of the De partment of Ohb, military highways, and when the interest of tho set rice require, it will be suliject to military authorities. , A parly of guerrillas who were attempting to steal horses aud destroy canal bouts on tlm Chesapeake nnd Ohio ' Canal on the 22d, Seuecu Full?, were handsomely repnlsed twice, and were dually driven nwny by a det'atehmeut of Colouel Baker's rangers. A.rjbul Lieut, was killed and other rebels wouuded. . . ... A wagon and five men from the 73J Ohio, were captured by a doz-jn guerrillas near Green wich ou the 22 J. ; F.fty copies of the Xew York Daily .Viirs were seized on Saturday morning, ly a Go- voromeot detective, ou board the boat for Xa- vid's lalaud, with the following inside the wrap per : To the soldiers of the U.S. A, with the compliments of Ben Wood." Col. Miller had been nominated as the Union candidate for Governor of Minnesota. Gov. II. A. Swilt, the present popular uud able ex ecu live, dtcliued the uomiuution. Great sickness prevails among our troops Vickaburg. Ensign Forter performed a brave act Chailcsluu burbor. by which Commodore Dalil- greo is put in possession of jut the informa tion be needed, as lo harbor obstructions. Tho Governor of Alabama recommends the Legislature to pai-s a law comprising Within military duty all between 1C und years of age, iucinding persons of foreign birth as well as natives. The Governor tare that God U going to see the Coo fed eracy safely through. The State Senate once more, pledged that last dollar and that last man, and voted rmer to yield. Tbo Uicbmoml Whig wants Davis send word to Seymour that he is willing talk over reunion; tho Copperheads will compel an ainutice, aud then tho South can talk as long as they please; mcaulime au alliance with France cob be ruude, granting e jtcluiire privileges, end then Xorth, Copperhead oud ul, can go to devil. It is stated that oar meu bare crossed the TeuDijfece nod burnt A railroad bridge, strering connection Lettvecu the right left wings of the rpbtl nrmy.. 'Archduke Huslmjlliao, who oppoari be willing to accept the Mexican throne, will loan entirety ou Lb' conservative Church party f that country.. Th France, ot Farijnakes the ridiculous statemeul that Citceu out of tbo eighteen' Mexican Sttei had alicady prouounced io hu faror. Tho particulars of tho great robbery on the night of tho 23d, of the Impress oflko at St. Louis, of about $10,000: : ' xVbont two o'clock in tbo mon.ing the ollleo "d -or wns Touud open by the" v. nteli man. Tho gns, as usual, was burning in side. The t llkcr fotiud the clerk lying h! most iuscnsible, ai d in ou oppartntly suf fering condition upon hi bed. Jsiar him were -.gtlta percha bottle, Containingj chloroform, three fpungc. nnd nt his bend u'pii'co or cotton cloth, that ividently had been saturated with chloroform. Tho siifc was open und tho key in the door. With ddlieuliy the cleik wus partially aroused; his miist-le8 seemed nt first singularly rigid, und his situation rather alarming. In the back room, on his conch, lay the porter asleep, wit,h a .fourth spongo near his face. He was awuUniod without much d.fticulty. The safe was found to have bcon robbed of the entire contents of a tin box, in which had been placed packages . ot rat ions ainouul8 between fifty & sixty thousand dot lars in United States Tiourury tiotei", some rive thousand dollars designed to go by the North Missouri train. A considerable number of other packages not plateJ iu the tin box, and n qnuuiity of gold coin, were left ontouchid. Iu the safe was the clerk's pistol. ' ' ' ' The rogues evidently entered by one ol the windows left open, administered ch'o loforui to the clerk nnd tho porter, nii. took Tom beneath the fonuei's pillow his pistol and 4lhe keys to the safe. From shelf uear the safe they took u small crank, or lever, which hud always to be used to prepare the lock for the key. Tho fact bhos that 'the bnrglrs cither were ve y much .'killed iu the mutter of sufes ia general, or hud become particular ly ported as to this individual safe. The uhlot'ofoim boltlu will contain eight onm.es, and had three ounces of chloroform left iu it,' indicating thut fire had teen used. Tub Dirricii.TT in Xrw Yonit. The S3, 000,000 ordinance of Xew York city remains unsigned. Whatever the technical difference may be, the real difference is just this: The Mayor wonts to got men to go to the DjIJ by uiding their i;iiui!ic&; thu Commou Council want to prevent the Government from getting men at all by making l!ie tux-pnycrs bay off nil who are drafted. The .Mayor bus uow vetoed the ordfnance. Tiik Canucks seem to have becu si -zed with a fit of the vapors, in cousequeuce of u piece of information buving leuked out, to the effect that Canada is to be invaded by the surplus forced ofthe North.' Thomas D'Arey M'Gee gather ed the story, so it is alleged, from Mr. Yullan- digham! ' " The Infamous Five. When tho bill for raising money for pny ing our soldiers in the field was put upon its filial passage lo the United Stales House of, Representative, it received a vote of one hundred aud fifty in furor to oue ngaiiHi it.' The names of those five members who voted ngiinst paying our brave troops were: . Clemcut C. VutLmdighirj, of Ohio, now an exile in Canada, having ben a charged with complicity with the enemy. . IJcnj imiu Wood, of New York, re jected IV-prcscntative to Cmgres.s. II. C. 15urnett, of Kentucky, expelled from the House of Representatives for trea son, low iu the rebel urmy. . KljTh II. Norton, of Missouri, who rati awny from his home, .aud is now iu the rebel army. John W. IUid, of Missouri, expelled from the House of lteprcseuuiives for treason, and uow in the rebel army. at at iu CO is lo to by tho t&e oud to or The greatcs'i capture of men mentioned in modern history, was made by IJjunpanc at the battle of Austerlitz, where he took 20.0J0 prisoner-'. Geu. Giuat, it is re ported; took 31,000 at Yiekibnrg. Na poleon's! spoil at Austerlitz was 150 pieces of artillery; Grant's at Ykksburg is stated at 233, ' SioxincAST. Of the twenty-eight mem bers of the D.'uioerutic National Executive Committee, which was appointed at the lust National Democratic Convention, elevcu are uow ojm truitort! Fbizs Salk i New Yoiik. Ou Saturday last, three schooners, three steamers, a ship, bark, aud a brig, were knocked down at a total of only (85,510. Exri.osnx. Tue steamer City Madison, was being -loaded with a ;mutiitio:i, Yicksburg, ou the 21th iuat., uud hud re ceived nearly a full loud, when a negro, currying a percussion shell oa board, let full, causing instant explosion. Thu boat tojk C e, and communicated to iho ammu nition on board. Tne steamer was entire ly destroyed. Oat of one hundred and sixty men on board, only four were knjwn to escape. The City Madison, u large sido wheel boat, was owned by Captain J. Madison, of Iudianu, nnd worth $40,000. A correspondent of the St. Louis Dem ocral, who was at Yicksburgh, gays los of life was cn!y from thirty to Gfty. There were over (our hundred tons of ex plosive material ou the boat, not one-fifth of4wbich, however, exploded. The explo sion of the first shell was light, but iu s.'cond's time, bang, bung, wul buud:eds of other, until communicating with powder, the explosion cnlmlnuted iu a dull dead sound that made tho very earth trem ble, tearing the hull into a million of pieres, and leaving tho entire boat a complete wreck. The heavy anchor weighing nearly a ton, was lifted from Iho f ireca.it le, curri ed about seventy Cro yards and hurried the earth almost out of sight. The Toronto Leader, of August 20th, announces tho discovery of a treasonable plot te betray Canada into tho bauds the Lineolu Government, and cays Archibald, the British Consul at Niw York,' has communicated the fact to British authorities. Tbo Canucks are little soury, The rebel newspapers hi North Carolina and Virginia clamor loudly for, the suppression of Iho ituleigh Stanford, Jlnjoffieisl pnforortho ttute, which Bins -dlMco' to Jeft lavl and alt tho destructives In tne Sdmhcfn Ctmfeder.. ncy. It has a circulation larger than that of any other j.mrnul In the South, nnd is rapidly Incronsing , winch, tflgcMirr with the publto meetings in different parts of tho Slato, Indicate conclusively that it but expresses tie wisdics or tho peoplo or NuttU Garellua. lift Columns are open to tho. ablest. writers iu. the ij lute, and. othor slutouiat.liku articles against seers-r-inn arc unanswerable. Tho editor, Hon. W.. W. Helton, who caned tho rebel editor of the Ualeigh Stale Journal a fchort time since, threatened John Mitchell, of tho Uichmond liiquirtr, with like treatment. The llolton (Tennessee) Journal, In "peak ing of the condition or affairs iu Kui-t Tennes see, says : " What of Bragg J" We don't now the strength of his army, and if wo iiid.it would be improper to moke it known. But wo mny say that, taking the present status of his anta gonist Into account, and his well known 'saga city and adroitness, ho will find bis situatlou a most Iniz.irdous nnd perplexing one," unless there is greater oncrgy and promptness shown than' now seems to exist in this department." It is apparent that ltosccran-i intends to ll.inU hi in on both sides. .He will no doubt throw into Xorth-we.t Georgia a massive oolumnj and auother into Enst Tennessee, by way of Sparta. Huppow tho former ehsaes, what other security has Brnjrr than lo Tall bick to Atlanta, j and if. he does this, what will become cf East TemieS:ce. ' 1 ' , C. Edwards Lester, who has been ar rested nt Harper's Ferry for conveying in foimation to the rebel-", was onec onr Con sul. to Genoa. He is the author of 'Glory und sliame '. of England,' 'My. Consulship,' and other .works of like weight of mo'al. Lester Las been lanyer, clergymoil.'diplo maiist cvyything by turns, mid nothing Ioii and finnlly lauded ns pensioner on the Govetnmeht in the shape of a Clerk ship, which, Government he now is accused of betraying, uud, if shown, to bo guilty, should be allowed to take one moio turn such ou. one as will relieve from the vexa tions of this chequered life. dictum from 100 counties in Keu'.ueky give Bramletti' 50,GV2 majority. It is reported that Geu. l'emljcrton died lust week ut Stlma, Ala. . - . Gen. Grant nnd staff and Adjutant Gen Tliomus left Cairo cn the 24th for Mem phis. Over ouc hundred thciisnnd bales of Confederate Stutes coltO- have becu cap lured near Natehiz. i General IlerrOti Is on ah expedition np Red Kivtr. 1 There arc 8,000 rebel troops at Monroe, G5 miles west of Yicksburg. Walker and llelscr arc iu command. Kirby Smith is iu Texas. '''Johnston'.' forces are scattered in the Cbtii.ky Hirer 'county. . The guerrillas who infest the Chesapeake aud Ohio Cuuul, again mado theii' appear ance on the tow puth on the 24th, ubout twenty-five miles ubove Georgetown. They appeared in Kpiods of fifteen or twenty, but os they were told by bouts they bailed thut other bouts were near at hand with troops ou bourd, they did no dumnge. Au active pursuit of guerrilla bun Is who infest the country iu the vicinity of our lines, is constantly kept up by oar cavalry, uud more or less of them arc daily captured. The Union Feeling in New Orleans. a at it S. lion. John Hatehins, scut as special agent of the Gorcrumeut lo New Oilcans, has returned, and brings fl most hopeful ae covnt of the position of Union affairs in that section. Ho snys tho people almost unanimously admit that the rtbilliou is u failure,, nud hope, for the sake of peace, that the tail cud of treason may soon be pqnclched. Mr. Ilutchins reports in favor of re establishing the United States Mint, und thinks that its establishment will make the citizen fed more secure, and demou strale that the Gxcd purpose of the Government is to forever hold. New Orleans. Many of the old bauk of New Orleans have become insolvent, having subscribed, at tho commencement of the war, for Con federate bonds, now worthless. These bunks the people have no confidence in, and arrangements are being made to estab lish a Nationul bank, uuder the auspices of the Comptroller of Currency. The supply of cottou iu Louisiana is ranch moic exten sive than was expected, and it is now coming into New Orleans in largo quanti ties. Tho rebel cotton burning theory, seems, never worked, and immense sup plies of cotton, thonght to bo burned, nro coutinually coming to light. Twenty thou- saud pound are reuchiug the city daily. Tho health of New Orleans remains good, and there is no prospect of yellow fever the the iu of Mr the a Connl Aulicb hag arrived to gucceed Cheva lier HuUemann as the Anjtriun Minister Pleni potentiary to the Uuited State. Chevalier llulsemaun ha. represented hi codutry here for a period of tweuty-fiva yetrrg. Newt to tho '-Uih, fioni Charloatou, stuteg that Sumtor'e) walla were broached aud iU guns tilenced. It would goon surrender. Lee hag been receiving reinfoiceuients for the past week, nnd ii preparing for an offensive inovcnieiU. l'robably a felut. Nothiug further ia faid at Richn.ond about hanging Captains Suwyer and Flyon. Tha rebels are a liU'e conaiJcrute. , , ,,, , . ... , HMia ftl.nm fil.nlit l.linelealAn allil TlPrVUlIl'fi . WW ' U V . . MWW. wmh.'vuvwu m .... J'" I.iehinond. Tho Southern papers howl. - The Uichmond (Virginia) M'kig waxes furi ous at Ihe Yaukees, the foul foe" of the bols. It sot i no escape from a long war but two things foreign iuterventiou or Northern Copperhead iutcrveuliou. These (haps kuow their " friends" as well as Governor Seymour does his. The Whig says the rebels want from France tbey ure able (o pay frr it and if France will interveno, they will have a iwcct revenge on tha Yankees. NEWSPArArtn FosTAOK--Tho lavr passed by thfl last Uuited SlaU;s Congress' Exes the ratoof postage on newspnpers SI fcl- Dully ............. ..38 cenls Trl-Weekly 15 " Semi-Weekly 10 " . . "Weekly 5 Weight not to exceed four ounces. Tho ne--rnte tnok' tfl'ecl July 1, 1SG3. Tho new lawtkcs V. tntLsfni-a u ft ti t K A cnnrl- llJi llltvl vi w - mi luv ot-iiU' Ing of npcfsti) subscribers residing iu tho O. S. Journal. Two slcnm transports from ofTAIorris Island midnight of the 21st, report the bombardment continued.' "Tho south wall of Sumter demol ished almost to its base. Wagner, dregg, and other batteries,- replied nt shoi-t intervals. An expedition wns fntinjf to silenco the James It land ballcrcs, which have become annoying. Every cooGt'.encc in our success is Tult by all. Gbanb Militia Mustk. Oa Wednesday hist, tha officers of the Militia oud Volunteers of tho 7th .Military District, (about. 1,000,) comprising tha comities of Cuyahoga, Lorain, Medina, Summit, Portage, Mahoning, Trum bull, Ashlubulu, Geauga and Luke, assembled nt Camp Cuyahoga, in Cleveland, for purposes or instruction 'and drill.' ' The encampment will lust for eight days.. Tho first bix days ore devoted to officers' drill, (commissioned officers nud sergeants.) The last two d"ys will be cm-. ployed in drilling the volunteer nnlitiu, about twenty-five hundred in air,' officers am) privates. Cump Cuyahoga is situated iu Willson's Grove, on Wiltson Avenue." It is under command of Col. W. II. llayward, ot the Volunteer Militia. The parade ground is near the camp, on a lot owned by Leonard Case, Esq. Assistant Quar termaster General of Ohio, Stnughton Bliss, has charge of Ibu Quartermaster' Upartincnt. The Commissary . Department is in eluirgo of Captain Woodruff, who is assigned to duty as Commissary or Camps Cuyahoga, Athens nnd Sulota: ' '' ' ' ' " . The' U.S. lirig Buiubridgo, is reported lost by rouudcring at sea ou a voyage from N. Y. to Fort lloyul, and ull on board but the cook and a colored man were lost. Ccnstitvtions Citt:ATKn To build tip a good constitution, 'we must take good cine of what we havr, and add to ir, by pretty haul work and nioileiute thoughtuntil the nge'of fjrty five; then there should be less work and more thought. Bodily labor consolidates the constitu'iou up to forty live; then, mental lahor preserves 4t, keeps it good to the voice of fourscore years, it tho bodily activities are very moderate. As witness llmnboidt, who was a great traveler in early life, but from fifiy to nine ty a creat student. Many similar iirsinnces will occur to intelligent miiuls- - The gene r.il idea is of great prac'tieul importance. Work hard until forty five j thine hard uftcr ; nnd nil the while be temperate in ull things. 1 his is the wok to bve long Dr. Hall. Tire Kjfriiif: or IIb.u.tii. Wrro Wi.ratw its ScKi'TKE. Univeisal Empire has been the darling "object of scerds of despots, y nnsties, und ttutes, from tho time of the Pharaohs to thnt of Napoleon, lo Grand. hens ot -blood nave been sued to attain it, and the bones of the myriads who have been slaughtered iu the pursuit of ibis chimera, would, if they could bo collected (n one muss, orertop the highest peak of he Himalayan mountains. Heme cm mo nearest the consummation, yet even she was never, in truth, the absolute 'Mistress of the oild. Yet the:c is n species of universal rra- pirc which nas men attained. It is nn empire, tr.t over the souls nnd bodies ol mankind,' but over their diseases. The coi rpiernr who ha achieved this grand re sult, is Doctor Holloway, ol London; a' least we are tuught to believe thut he has done so by vouchers from all parts of the Christian and heathen world, which secms to be irrefutable, and which, in fuel, so fur as we know, have- never becu challenged. His Pills nnd Ointment ore 'universal reme dies' in n double sense. They nre dissem inated thiQjighoiit the habitable globe, and they are so 'crowds of witnesses' us.-urc ns uhiccrsa'ii successful. In this country it is quite certain that il.e Pills aroused with the most benclioiul i-ll'vct in disorders of the stomach, liver uud bowels, and that scrofula, and all the family of eruptive diseases nnd discharging sores, giro way io tne uealins: operation ot the Ointment. Surely the noblest of nil universal em pires is that which stretches Its healing sceptic over the maladies if. nations! Day Book. The Result of Street Education. it . Keep your children off the ftrect. I'y thai wc mean, do not let them make luqtiunuance , on tho bidewalki, . If liny frtijuenl iho public sehools, ycu uiu.t es tublnsb a sort of verbn (iiuruntine ul your own uoor, nnd c.xuuiino the youthiul tongue onee a duy, to ecu jf bus not ji seciclion ol slant: uijou it. . Mrs. Careful's little son Manfred conic running into the paternal mausion the other day, shouting -J tho cook:, 'uw then, old trill, tlap up that dinner Why! Manfrtdl beirun the ubtotiir-hed mother, where id you learn such language? tvno buve you been pluyintr wuhr Me, said the hopeful. I generally play it u Dick Turner, cause he's a bully boy with a glusj eye. That's so. The fond mother was about to express some astonishment at tho optical uiiufortunu of Dick, when tbo son continued: Ma, I'm g)iug to buy a plug! Jem Smith wean one, and I'm at big us hu. A plug! gasped tho mother. Yes sir -co, a plug., I've gof the r-poudu-licks rulied doAu Iu my box sure, iubouui! to come. . Thu nitnlier at this juncture ordered the youngster up stairs, uud sent for a uiau bt'i vuul to interpret tho slang. Women and children aro leaving tho South to find better homes hi thu North. Cleveland Market—Aug. 26. ni i Flour tales M bbla double extra fiuu. led wheat f ,-",c. and Jlsj bu-h do at f I, Ml. W Ileal l ucliaftged. Male 1,600 bush red free board at 1,00 ; 4 curs on truck at $l,i4 ; . cala do-at jl,HU aim . car cuuicewur.e ai ei,rj a-rn oaies uaa oa iraca m oue, anu s ear pnme yel- .....,.. ' r ,1 low at tile U-la-rilL'ber. Fates 1 car at 43c. fceeil .tulw. 1 busb timutliyai i,60. , Ifulier iuiet. fiiale.sniaU lot aomuiou at 10a Egge sales at Wo " '" New York Market—August 26. Cotton Market dull and drooping. Hales at tie luiililliiig uplands. - . Flour 'lbs demand Is iiulU moderate. Old bas again decllued ic. Saleaai l.tf(wlf& for calm atate ; $-j,Oufti)d, Ho forextia rouud bu.uiei Obiu. Maiket clowd dull. V Ueai Uarkei fully lo lower, with inodMrate export tiules at 7.c41,ut tur choice syriug j eola ililuaukee club; f l,.3"jl,in. ft.r wiuler red western. tera-Market eiue-d stau-y and ai"-l Ann, witb down ward teudenuy. aalvsat JJ'iMi; br shipping mied we.leilL . ttasa Market aahade Simer. BaU.at4Kt-i.-We Airwesleru. 11 olaaaca Market iinie-t aud biw, Calea ,Sw Oiioaus at .it Jc. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. at ou ; (br de mand, for ---- irUlr.rn-1 nnvcnnn Tmn, for Hi mnnrti ot July, no j du, nd m,t,, d tl.ls olllor on or ticforr thr .11 i 4nt. II KASsRTr.Culluotor. OdUMlnr'i OrTie. Anlilnkat, Aiig. 20, 180. LIST of letters Remaining in tho l'ost Oflleo, AKhUlmln, Ohio, Aug. 27, 18M. Duck lln ft Jar Ri.MiiMMi lli-nrjr Chnmiftu Arthur Kflfrnn IVIrr (liiwlil Mm A M IlulripnMnrv Aim S Hunt A.lvllftt llnl. ltH A II ltrntim Ore 0 llnum- Snml Incrnllx H Mr E .Tn.M-Sorul C I. ' KIMriin ico E l.rl(l-l rlr W , Niwli O W J Orrcrri-Mrn l.itlitra rimlili li Mnllld Hiulth ArvM i Vtcwftit Mm Mnt-T Honlliworth Knyal Hlroiij Mm W S Klrry ('llntna Tnmi-r K a TftlllM- uo Tlmrau Ml-i A Wltllrk Mlm Mrr Wflmnrr II W VV rn J..hn H t WriKhK-Miime ' ; V'oll llri-ruitia Hum l.ll-bie Pr mum oilllng lor the alwrr, will r.liw Hit Atirrnrisno. It. . 11 Ai;mn, r. M. FEMALES I FEMALES I! FEMALES 1 1 t're tlml mfr, plfftfnnt irnielv. fcnown n ln.LMHoiAfH t:rn.4CT ttvcuv, Fir nil oouiiluiliU tiiciilelit to IIivtoi. No Kainltj shoulil Im Wltliiul It, An tmn will wlirn rmro TrioJ I'J ttieui. It t uwd by YOt:XO AND OLD, InUie I)cllu6r C.ng or Lir. JJefore mid ifler Miirriapt. -' lhtrine and afirr CmftmmenL To Stnglhrn tl) Ni-rrm Ki't )ro Nature tn lu proper cliannrl, nnd Invl-oritli (hp lnkfn-dwn cituktltiltton, t'rim vkulti-tf inktr triffittntinr t .v . wt so Muim nnTiii iilui HELMBOLKV'S EXTRACT ItVCIIU. r al-trlUcnu-ut lu another otilumn. Cut out, nnd tend tor It. 7t-7U . PARTICULAR NOTIOB. ALL persons havintf Unsettled Acconnta with the uudetfiTTiitl, ar lierrh notirlri) tn FPtlU tin niltitrlv. All notes now due mii.t ne paid wilhotit hirltii-r ilt-'nr. Thono who fiwo fuunll tliuounlR orwnnd, nnd tlinn harinff orranirwl to pay jtilililii In w. nrant hrltir It or the cli rit-lit nlunit. I mil ehinii mr tioolau and henceforth will Hell "iilr fT h. I nt fail to call when In town. A word to the wi.e in niiffidi-nt. J. 11. SLVCUAlR. ..AliUbula, Anuta7Ui, 1W3. , . ' . Assignee's Notice. TIIU Creditors' of IlENUV KEYE'S arc liereby notllled that a Dividend or Sixteen )er Cent liiwheen ui-clnn-1 paynblt at Ui otlice or Sherman Fanner, in A.htuhula. Ohio. J. O. FAItlli;ii. July 10, lKii. Anngnee ol llenry leyw. FARM FOR SALE. A OOOD AND VALUA11LM FAllM. x nminetr-rlr acre of land, ultuatett on the flore nrFny hrcoV Townrtilp, about one-half mite from the bifce r.bore. It 1 1 welt nntored and under a Rood atnte of cultivation, null raii-iltnnd ftult, aiirh ar-ptcn jiecbea and cherries. Two good h:u n, a ROnd lwellini hoow and ilni hmr Said f.irm aleo bna a (roi.d water lirlvill-ire, and U IT, II upplied wlthelieKtniit timber for tinetiig and other purposes, and good lunn fur dab y. , 1 -' For term? enquire of n. N. Carpenter, rcil'llng on tlie aame. 8ayhmr,lt,flhio. nitnat J, lrtS. - ' " .1m-718 NOTICE. , , ... . v . THE" Subscribers will, on the 12th day or September net, at 11 nVluck A. M., mi the firounj; reoeh-e Propoil lor.buibllnij a Uridrre aemsa IH millet ot the Jlarab, near Leonard B.tker'a, In Shiltiel.l, rwH-rvlti the rii;htol ncci plin)ior reiectlna: any prnpouilf. then made. For plan aud fpocili-ttiona call on J. O. Ill LIII.KT, at AtJibiUila. X'-n.' Hu'uatT, Co- Con.tel.men, AnlitaTmbi, Aug. 15, 1K03. Hcrrick Bl Brother Have just received by Express r.'DU BOOK MUSLI.XS, DOTTED MUSLIM'S, SWISS MUSLr.XS. lilBBFJ) AXD STRIPED XMXSOCKS, E SME RA LDA SAR CINE TS. JACO.XETS AA'D EMBROIDERIES, SCARLET VELVET RIBBOJYS, HOOP SKIRTS ! Alfo another lot ofttmse . ' ' . ' X-t-T. PIltTIT JT18, wlilcb urpac nit othem now In dm. riefie cnll and exnuilne tliem, N. It. The bnlnceof our utock f LAir.XS, MOZAMUiqUES, AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, We now offer at IlKDUC KD I'UICES. 713 SULUilFl-'S SALl- Of Goods nxicl Clxattols. Achilla Common l'leas, June Term, 1SC3. The Htateof Ohio ) nHiimt Execution. Ralph Atkins. ) virtne of nn execution duly issued from said Court, In the above case, to me diiected, I will ol ler for sale br way of public auctioo, at the Puor of the Cuurt iloure, iu Jcireihon, Ai-hlabulu Count- Ohio, On SATLT.PAY the'JUth day of August, A. D. 1803, At 1 o'clock of said day, tlie following described Goods an! t.'huttelK, to wit : One Allen's Patent Six-nhooler Revolver. One Large Dirk, Silver Scabbard and Leather lielt. One Cat-iron Machine for Plating Metals. One Crjcible.- One Galvanic Untlery, nearly complete. One Fair 'Join Seuli H. One Mi;cro8copo, and A quantity of Chemicals and Composition used in making Coin, and Cast Flutes for holding Diea. E. A. WRIGHT, Sheriff. SberllTs Odlce, August In. Hfi3. at-7IU H-OStCa:. EAV Y, and Fine Lrown tjottons, Cot- ton Varn, nutting,' Waddinjr, IlenimH, Strips, Ticks llearw Summer Ooods for Men and Unys wear, Pleached Cottons, at ve--v low prices, for Uie times, at Ung lat'ii..- , UOltlllSON'S. Wooden Bowls. A LARGE apsortment of the bot wood - n bowls ever brought into tbia market, at T, GTIKK .-i, oppuidte the Ki-k House. Jlc- Pcnsions and Bounties. Important lo Widows and Heirs cf Dcccastd Soldiers, tj- lo Invalid i$ Disabletl Soldiert. TMIE Undcrpicrned Is antliorised by a lii- cause from Tbo Putted 8tatea, to praeure friHn tha roper PepaiUueuU, for the Ui Ml of lieu ul aeoeaaed aol- diera, Pension, Bounty end Back Pay, las provide.! br acts ef conarreasof July. ISfll, and July W! an-.l also Pensions and nack Pay for Invalid and disabled sol diers. And also. Pensions and Bounty landa for soldiers their hei.a of Uie wars of the Uevululiua, or of 1412 u which they may be eulitled by acta ol eougress.) All business of the above nature committed to him will he promptly aud euei ireticallr nut throinrh and in case of failure, no cbarga will be made except or mouey actually (siidout to civil oflux-rs for allulavits, aud certiBcatea Di-cesaary to prore nie ciaioi. KTBi'HSN 11 AM.. Ashtabula, Nuelr 27, 1SB2. , 7 LAND For Bale in East Trumbull. A hout 1 Acres of lnd with a eood House, Darn out baildiaua in prime order, with goad water and choice . ' . i i.. i.v. . . T I ... 1 1 ...llua r....n II. a vill...m iron, Sliliaieu 111 r.us. nmuwui, " - - '",- of Ki.ik Creek, beiug Iho p remise now oecupiea l.yj.lar- Also, a Grist Mill., known as the Clark Mill, wifti about 20 acres of lnd, situated near Ihe above de-scrila-d prem l-ea. The Mill Is well situated lor bui-iuess, on durable stream, is la u-nod reisllr, bsslw" run of atone, bolts smulmacliiua, mlliug aoreeu, eleiatore. Ac- eouiplete. The above desciibed iirosii-iy will Is sold cheap, aa Oieowuerls alstut removing to theWest, anil reasonable oredit a ill be giv ea tur purusa ol Hie yuroluiae money. Apply to I). 11. Fl i'Cll. Ileal KsUta Aent. Ashtabula, May 20, 18U3. JiuTuO ' F6YCHOIVIANCY-" T I OW either tex may taaeinate and train XX the love couSiknee, allect ions, and grxd will of person they choose, lusUutly, I Ills simple luenii aoiuiie. uieut all cau jjosst-sa, aecuiiug cei talu aucceas iu love, uiar- 'iee I.v mall fT.r 21 eeuta. torrlber wilb a fluids to Puuiarried of Polh rtees,-n extraordinary book of great iuteicst. Tbild adilinu. Over IOO.UUU eueiea sold. Addrrsa T. B II.1JAM at CO.. 1'ubli.bera. C961 ' T pbiiaikipbia, Pa- . wr a any the JTOTl A ;UtM DUlNKf .' A ntflni.T CONCKNTATGrt "VT ogfltnblo ZSxtrnot, A PURE TONIC, Tliftt will rcllcre the Afflicted, and NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS ! 1 ; - : r '.. ; i ; Dr. Iloofland's 'Germanliittcrs, TrTr.M.f Pr. O. M, JArKSO PhlU-i.li Pa, will rlb-ctually and must ct-itaiiily cute all Uln-aaea atlalng from a . i Disordered 'Liver, ' Stomach, or , ' ' Kidnij. Tbflunnndu of our ritlr.cn are r-nflVrlnirfrnm fyipepalaanrl l.lier Dl.en.er, and to whom the follow trig qnentiona apply we giinruutee 1100FLAMIS UKKMAN UIUKIU will cure them. . . . D-pcpla mid Liver Dlaiaie, Po you rlim with a coated tonrrue rnornlniji., wltti bal tnxte In the mouUi awl.uur appetite for breakt'ur-t ? Po yoit it'ei wnen you urfti (ei lip no woua anil lanriuo yon can acni-cely get aboatr Do yoa have a diniiieaa in the bead at tiuicfl, and often a dulluuha, with headncbe ocrjininnally Aia yuurbuwula coat.WQ ami Irregular, and appetite cbH,'Ke able I Po you throw up wlno Thou the ftlontach, and do rou wre,l an oftru I lln you Ibel a I'allneM. after eathnr. and a lnking wiien the atoinach la empty ? Do yoa have heart-- burn occuMonally t vo yuu leel low aptuieil, anil looa on1 tne dark ride ol tiling" Are you not uuunually nervoua atf titnear I'n you nut become reiUeHfl, and often lay until niblnttfht beltire Tin. can go to rleep f and then at timer, don't yoa feel dull and aleepy Knt of the time?- la your rata drr and ernlrj alio aallow t In abort, la nut yeur life a burthen, full of forebodlnga i Dr. lloofland's German - Bitters ( t - - Will rnrp evorr cafe of Chronic or Xwron DeAttltr. Dtmra . the KiaueyH,-and Discasca arising from a dlRontered ntonmch. ' (twprv( the foil owl ne HymptoniM, ramiung trora Uitordertr of the l)lgeUve trjfna : . , . ( ( Conntl 0 - pathm, Inwurd - - PH, Kuloe or Blood ' - to tlw HwmI. Acinityof iheato-- -murh, NaiifOA, Harrburn, Di(rit for Food. Kulnewior WeUhl in-thpMmrmehe Sntff Eructntlon. Hinkin or Klnttrih?nt t )w l'itof tlift Stmimcli, Swimming of th Ilenil, llnrned and Drflicwlt DrfHtltiiiK Kluttmdig nt the Heart, i'hoking ir SnlTopating aSenHatintiN when in a Htng ponlure, timtienn of V if I on, Dai or Wotta be Tore the Hpht. t'mvet aud Dull Pala in the Hend, lKlieUney of J'erMmtum, Yellfrw Me-taol tlie Skin and Eye Paiu in tho fcjidf, Hnrk. Clint, MtnU, tc tiudden riutdiBM of Heat, Burning iu the Kiefh, Constant Tinaglnlnga of fivlt, and great Dppnarfii of Spiflta. . ' PARTICULAR KOM'ICTJ.' Tl.ere are many proparatloaa auld nnder tha nameof Dit- tera, put up In quart Bottle", compounded nf the cheapent whUky or coaimon rum, oot-tl.iR frtnn 80 to 40 oonta per gal lon, the taate dUgubild by Auiee or Coriander Seed. Ti.ia clan or Itittrin baa caurvd, and will continue to caime, an long aa tlier eau be anlil, hnml.-rda to die tlw deatb of the drunkard. Hy their line the .Vhteni la kept enntin .allv under tne inlluence of Alcobolic Stimulants Of the wmat kind, tho dei-lre liir l.bUor l created and kpt np, and the remilt iaall the hurmn. at'.eudiint Uj.on a iltunkaril's lifn and dentil. For thone who dnnirc and Kill hire a I.lqnnr lllttera, we tmlilMi the lolli.ning recipe : (let Hue Bottle HOOFl.AND'S (IKl'.MAN HIT'l Kns, and nils with Three Ouartu of Good Bmndv or Whlnkv, anil the vei-ult will be a preparation that will far excel in medicinal eirtueii and true excellence any of the nnnieiona l,i.iinr lllttera in the market, and alll cntt mvrJi let: Yon wl have all tlie viitu.- of IIntlFI..VXP !l II1ITKUS In connection with a good article of Liquor, at u much leas price than tbc-s-e inferior picparationa will oot you. lloofland's German Bitters- TIM.fllVBYOO A GOOD ArrETITB, WIt.I OIVE YOU ' . STRONG HEALTHY NEHVES, WILL GIVE YOU ., BRISK AND. ENE11GKTIC FEELINGS, WILL EXAUIJ. YOCTO S L H K P W K L L , Axn wn.r.'rosiTivEi.Y prevent YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, c. Those aulTrrlng from Broken Pown aud Delicate Constitu tions, from whatever ea-ise, either in MALE OR FEMALE, t WILL FIND INT lloofland's German Bitters A REMEDY Tbat w ill rentoro them tn their u.-nia Ihealth. Puch has been the ciiea in tliouMiudN of iiiritunccs, aud a fair tilal la but re quired to prove the asteitlon. Reniemlicr That these Hitters are NOT ALCOHOLIC, AXn NOT INTENDED AS A P EVKfiAGE. The Proprietor! Iumc Thousands of Lettera from the most eiuiuent Clergyman, Luwycri, l'Lj e-iciiinr, nnd Citizens, Testifying, of llu-irown jieraonal know-lailee, to tbo beneficial effects and mudiciU virtues ul Uiebe Pittuts. f rom Her. J. AsuXoa Frunn, I). I)., I'.ditvr of Iht Lncyrlif uei.a of Uclijfiout Kttoulnlge.' ' AVtionsh not di.podd to lavor or recommend Patent Medii inea in general, through ilietrust of their iiie-redieiita and elli-i-tM, I yet know of no sullicieut realms whv a nuu. may not testify to the benellts he la-lisves himself to have re, cived irupi auy simple uri-ptiratlon, iu Die bope that be ma taut rontrilmu- to the benefit ol others, i do this the more readily in roirttrd to Hoofltind's German Bitters, nreiiared by Dr. O. M. Jaekson of this city, because I was prejudiced against tliem lor many years, under the im pression that tlu-y were clilcjiy au aicououe inixiure. i am Indebted lo my menu lloueri r-lioeniuser, r.si., lor me re moval of Ibis prejudice by proper tci-ts, and for encourage ment to try theui, when stitferini? from srreat and Ion? con. tinned debility. The use of three bottles of these Hitters, at the belnniufr of tlie present year, was followed by evident relief aud restoration to a decree of bodily aud rueutal vigor which I bud not telt for six months bt-ture, and bad almost despaired of retraining. I therefore tbuuk God aud my friend lor directing ine io ine ue ui uii-ui. rf. .C. 11 1UJI lli.U II il. rbiladetplila, Juue 23, 1601. Diseases of Kidney and Bladder," In Young or Aged, Wale or Female, Are spaetlily removed, and tba Patient restored to Health. Delicate Children, Those sofferlnx from H An AS III.?, waating away, with scarcely any aesh en t beir bunea, are eured in a very short time ; one bottle iu rait-ti cases, will have a most surprieiog elfcet. - - . Parents Having suffering eMMt-eii as above, and wishing tn raise them, will never rejriet the day tbey euwiuieoeed with these Hitters. Literary Men, Students, And those working bsrd wttli their brains, should alwava keep a bottln nf IIOHKI. A MVS HI! 1 Kits near them, aa they will tlml much benetit frrun its use, to both mind aad body, invijorutlni; and not flepiesslnit. It is not a Liquor Stimulant, And leaves no prostration. Attention, Soldi rs! ' And tho Friends of Soldiera I We eall tba attention of alt having relations or Mends in the army, iu tba fact tliat " Uouiud'a ticriuau Hitlers" wUI cure nina-uwti of tba diseases induced by cxposurea and privations luciueut toeamp life. In the lists, nubllahed al most daily la the newspapers, en the arrival ol tba sick, it will be noticed that a very birge proportion are euAnTing; from debility. Every ease of that kind eaa be raulily cured by M Hoortatids Uerman liltters." We bava DO herniation iu staling that, if these Hitters were freely used enieuff oar sol diers, hundreds of lives miht be saved that otherwise would be lost. Tba proprietors ara daily receiving thankful lettera from auiterers iu the army and hospitals, who liave been restored lo ueaitu ny ihe use ol these 11. tiers, aeul vo tliem by uieir irieuua. Jituart of Counterfeits ! tV Sea that Uie BL-iialure et " C. M. JACK30V 1 la oa tha Wrapper of each Uoitlr. Price per Pottle, 75 eeota i or half do- (or $1. . 8bould your nearest druggist not hare the article, do not be put off by any of the Intosicatlna- preparetione that may lie ollered In its p'aee, but send to tie, and wa will Iui ward, securely peieu, oy eipieaa. rrincipai Office and Manufactory, No. 31 AIICII STU-BT. - o03rx:a3 3jva3J"s, ''' (Hueceasara to C. M. Jackaoa k Co,) Proprietors. fjf Foil 8AI.K by Drugj-lsta aud lkjers iu every towa Iu lUe tiuM alates. , , FARM FOR t . . . - A SALE. rpiIE well known Farm of tho Into L Hamuel Itilew.Aeaeaaad. uluiate- In Klngaville. Asb tahala Coanty, Ohio, about ooi- onle norlu of la Hailmad riutiiHi. r or psrilcuUia evuilia of -I. Was, Uauii-bevy at Aali bula Kutinu. . ApiU, 1W. .... tf-bM .