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H. if. Migbels::: r Editor, Saturday Morning, Angu-t 1, I86S, NATIONAL. TJMOX REPlBLll'AX NOH1XATIO.NS. FOR PRESIDENT, OF TUE UNITED STATES. ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIPEST, SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA. First Lieutenant in mv eomTany. Thirteenth Refcimem Louisiana "Voltfn tcers. tb I. York 's command. Gen. Pickett's division, Long- street corps. ' 1 parted with him s.tvine that I would meet him in Canada, if nosslble. yigneo, SrJjwm mili.. poiMi .faking emrae off .Saturday. Sworn before me bv said James Sidney I , ,8 ... , SFICUL TO las D1ILT APPEAL. ' Rkx6, J ily ?3, 18C8. H. K. MiOHELg, Esq. Dear Sir: Our HOBATIO SEYMOUR IN LEAGUE 'WITH THE EEBEL AUTHORITIES- Tbe Columbus (O!iio) Journal has been enabled to reveal some startling facts with regird to Governor Seymour's transactions in behalf of the rebellion. We extnet tbe following from bo editorial article which appeared in that paper of Jane 11th : Clement 0. fl iy, who orsmizcd the raid ing and piraticn i expeditions from Canada into the United States, expressed his entire willineness to visit Oiidensbiirg, ?s. Y-, knr.ing that Sevmonr would give him sate pissport throughout his sovereign estate. It will be proved hereafter that Clay seut dispatches tc and received dispatches from Albany, while at Halifax, Q'leuec and Mon treal ; that mrsensers were passing be tween the rebel Commissioners and the rebel sympathizing Governor, for a period of almost two months ; and we believe also that the exact nature of these communica tions will, ere long, be fa!'.; made knon. So much by wav of rxp'euatinn to-day. AVe hall pursue this subject until the treachery and treason of Horatio tvyiuour, the worst and wiliest enemy of the R -public, are laid bare. We propose to see tie thing through, and shall Sht it out ou this line. These broad charges are sustained by lbs strong circumstantial -evidence con tained in tbe following affidavit : affidavit op caft: tames sidxet hill Consulate of the U.nitek States, St. John, N. B. ) On this 2d day of June, lVt, personally appeared before me J. Q. Howard, United States Consul at St. John, N H., Jmie Sidney Hill, wno solemnly made oaih to ue following tacts : I am now about 23 years of age. 1 wa Dorn in tne pansn ot ot. Bernard, L.a. 1 am the son of Jerome Phillip Hill, of New Vr leant, wno Has always heen a devoted Union man. I was educated as a civil en gineerat West Point, Va. In the year 1861, in the month of April, was carried away oy the intense ex citeroent th.t prevailed, and entered the rebel service as captain of a company of volunteers ; 1 served in tha rebel armv a the first battle of Manassas, at tLc battles before Richmond, at the time of McClel lan a advance, and also took part in th battle of Antietam ; was wounded in the even days light near Richmond : was sen to Savannah as engineer on stall of Uen Gustavus W. Smith, and obtained leave o absence to go to Wilmington ; from Wil miegton I ran tbe blockade on the steamer .Banshee to Nassau; my object was to get out or tne rebel service and take the oath o allegiance under Mr. Lincoln's amnesty proclamation ; from Havana 1 went to St. 1 nomas with a friend, who was in a dvmg condition;, thence to St. John's. Porto Rico; I could not get a vessel for IVioltico for .New Orleans, but obtained bassaee to Hah fax. Nova Scotia, where I expected more readily to get a vessel. 1 nad been in Halifax about lour davs when happening to beat the wharf when the mail steamer Alpha arrived from Bermuda, I was accosted at the Landing hy Hon. C. C. Ulay, of Alabima, whom I accompanied to tbe Waverly Hotel. Uol. Duncan, of Louis ville, Kv., was in comp.inv with us. Mr. Clay said he was on a li'tle business for the Government, and was on his way to Canada; aid that he had great confidence in me . A day or two after this conversation I came to bt.Joha, X.o., hoping to get to -fw Ur leans bv wav of Portland ; and ou -he 1st day of June I aain met Mr. Clay on the steamboat landing. He said he wan'el me to come as soon as I could to the Waverly Hotel ti see him ; about 8 o'clock he sent a boy to the Lawrence Hotel for roe, and 1 went up to the W averly to Mr. Clay s pri vate room. He said, look here, Captain, I want you to go to Canada ; I s'jall very probably eo to Ogdeasburg. aad as I am not at all well, I need some company : I would have gone to fortland, but 1 am afraid some one woulri recognise me. - He proposed to take a walk, and after our return, be requested me to eome up to the hot-1 early in the morning (this morning ) He sent for me at half past seven ana I went directly up. He took me to bis private room and again urged me to go witi him. He took from a pocket in the hark of his inside coat, a package contain ing four or five letters or dispatches ; I had one of these documents in mv hand ; it was addressed to his Excellency. rltiratio Svraour, Governor of tne State of New Turk ; ariu.ticr , was ad dressed to nn. Fernanda Wood, New York ; on each of these envelopes was printed. Department of .State, lticbaiond, C: ei. A, and on the envelope was written a name which I in not remember, but have no doubt it was Vie uame of the present becrf taxy of State. Said Mr. Ciav, I was sen; en a mission to deliver those letters to Gov. Seymour, but I wish they had ehusen some body else ; sain he, I shall stop m Montreal a few days and then shall probablv go to Og denssurg ; he said I shall gee iitw. Sey mour, but did not say directly that he should are him at Ogdensburg. If my (affiant's) letters (which I was expecting from New Orleans) came, he won Id like very much to meet me at Q iebee or M oUre? L. I inferred from Mr. Clay's conversations Ihxt he want ed me to convey his dispatehe3 to Guv. Sey rnnur. Mv intimaey with Mr. Clay aros? from the fact that his son, Robert Clay, wa Hill, and subscribed in my presence this second dav of June, 1S64. (Signed) J. Q. Howahd, United States Consul. Under ordinary circumstances one nrght doubt that Clay was justified in opening! or attemptng to open, com munications with Governor Seymour,; but unfortunately for tbe Iatter'a loyal reputation, be is condemned oat of bis own month and hy the language of bis own acts. Tbe soggestion is naturally inferred that the State Department at Washington may contain some infor mation, which,, if, made public, would astonish the Conakry and place Sey mour in a light bv which the most io- ciedulous would be convinced of his uo mitigated disloyalty. If the Democrats keep Seymour on the track until next November the prospect is that be will be obliged to get Horace Greeley lo go bis bail. Is Makinq cp th s Record of the loyal Governors who, hy their hearty endeavors and ncfl ipging pa riotism gained for themselves imperishable glory and renown during the war, why 3 New York not better identified with such creditable mention ? That State sent over three hundred regiments to tbe w:.r; but no striking act of patriotic eoiletvour is litiked with its Executive Debarment durinjf the two ptrilons years which witnessed tlie great bat tles that decided tbe fate of tbe nation. Horatio Sevmour was elected to tbe Gubernatorial chair of Xew York over the brave and devoted Wadswortb; but tbe Inner by his gallant service in tbe Geld gained a name enriched with far greater glory than would have been bis bad tbe Republicans of bis native State performed their daty toward bis can didacy. When at tbe terrible battle of tbe Wilderness he received bis deaib wound, who was there that thought of bis defeat by Mr. Seymour with any sense of satisfaction ? Would Sey mour have been found at tbe front of battle if tbe election of '8G2 bad been otherwise determined ? Who believes; that be would? The State of Massa chusetts points with pride to tbe name of John A.. Andrew ; Rbode Island glories in the name of William Sprague; Pennsylvania boafts of tbe pajriotism of Andrew Curtin ; Ohio delights to honor the name of tbat staunch and faithful War Democrat, Jobn Brougb ; Indiana cherishes tbe splendid war record of Oliver P. Morton ; and Illi nois, abating none of its pride of asso ciation with tbe names of Douglas and Lincoln and Grant and Logan, ex ults in tbe noble deeds done in behalf of his country and his country's de fenders bv honest Dick Yates. These men did their duty heartily and weM'. Their souls were in the great canse of Union and Liberty. Tbeir's was r,o nigjrsrdly support of tbe administra tion ; do bitter criticisms of Lincoln escaped their lips ; nothing but words of cheer and courage, nothing but acts of hearty good will toward the loyal cause characterized their official careers That admirable officer and most excel ent man, Reuben E. Fenton came into power in time to share tbe glories of our final victories, but too late to givt N'ew York what she might have bad if another than Horatio Seymour had been ber Governor during the heat aad burden of the great conflict the grati fying memory of Executive performan ces befitting the record cf the highest nice of the great Empire State, during the era of the Republic's greatest peril. Mr. Bishop made a good plain, matter uf fact, much to the purpose, sensible, argu mentative, gentlemanly speech, and was listened to with much interest by a large and appreciate audience ; but Ferg the ir repressible Ferg,-ths man of frailty just swung himself, (Is that word swung spelt properly and made the best, wittipst, drollest, funniest, most comical, ridiculous, I p-j-r. tt, Milton , IIST OF. LETTERS Remaining in tbe Carson City Pott Office August 1, 1468. f Persona calling for these Letters will plsass say ADVERTISED." Ladles' I.lsti Beck, Mrs W Johnson . Mrs Marv Biint". Mr, Aonis Jonea, Mrs Kate A 2 Olrri.ll, Hiss Vlnrr A "Widow" Cnniii. Mrs Margie Johnson. Mrs Marearet .Diyu n, Mrs MiilM Mnxhiifra, Mti-s Mat rs, Mrs K miner, sirs nargarct (iray. Mrs Klir.alieth Nail, Mrs K iUiMilbw. Miss A a - Palilalia, Mrs J H Uildrelh, Mrs Snsan 2 RobiusoD, Mrs Mary M Gentlemen's 1.1st l Anderson, T B 2 sauciest, meanest speech (for .the Cops) I ever heard. Some of the white men under took to chaff Ferg but caught a Tartar. He started at them right and left, quick as lightning, and not one cf them but felt sold, and crawled away like spavined horses. That's a poetical similitude, ain't it ? The next morning, Sunday, Ferg got praised so much that he walked around on his toes- nodded in a patronizing manner to all, sa luted those he met with a self sufficient smile, put on airs generally, in fact acted just as mean as he did when Speaker of the IIot.se; that is, went back -to- his wallowing in the mire of human frailty ; but take his speech generally it was decidedly the best given in this town. Mr. S. C. Fogus, our enterprising merchant, is commencing on his grist mill. He is running a ditch throueh the town for carrjing the water from the Truckee for motive power. He has one of the riuest stores in the State, three clerks goiug :J1 the time. We had a splendid rain yesterday. Yuu ought to see the folks perambulating the town, these beautiful evenings, walking along the banks of the glorious Truckee why it reminds you of the yarn Paul Melnotte told Pauline about Lake Cnmo, only the river aiu't so broad as the lake, and runs a little swifter. There are some villas going up at Lakeville on the south side of the river. 1 hey are built on either side of the road known as Grant and Colfax avenue. The hotel de Parkinson is immediately opposite over the river and comes very near being in China town, but still it is a vt-ry picturesque cot tage 10x12, of the style of architecture known as the Doric. ' I wrote in my last that we were getting into the hundreds, in the Club, and you made it out that we were going to have a hundred. Your own sense ought to have told you (if you have any sense) that we were going to have more than that. Why, you've more Union men than that in poor used up Carson. Be a littl more careful m the future. Mind your stops and dot your I's, or you will incur the displeasure of the only witty corresponded you have except Maute, and he beats Mel notte all hollow in beauty of description Shades of Lake Tahoe pines ! it. 11. P Barber. ' H Bariiabr. L M Brryinan. B A Blaks. J B berry, Watson Bontiani, Wrn BbnrK, feth burton, R M KuMu-itn, ET:gens Byni. M K Browu, James 2 Buker, C C Boston. Jqo G Gary. T E Cheathan., D 0 Cary, Johu i, Car'trr, l t'ajau Jweph Cor-hnr, 'lliemas Craic. .ia-ier Ciirtis. John Crtie. Ci-tleman Cuninimc. Vim I), vis. Mill It II Maiks, John D Ma'iO'iey, JsuiaS Mi.lioK. T 0 lyre, H MrQtiinn. Jno McNanime, Pstar MrOoiiHld. II .1 McClouglilin. Vb Moore, Eben K Monagihati, Jno Morati, Thomas Voodie, iiratam Morrow, Jame- 3 Montoniry, Genres Mun.power, John Monnors, Clarence M'witK mery, TMvid McQuaitlv. Bernard elson, tleorgs ava. re, It Noilns-iii, C M Now, Nelaon 0'8hea. J.iwph 1 O'Connor, T Oliver. .IssT Taine. (re -r M 3 Dec'iaiubean. Luks 2 Pierst-i). 11 G Brick Pohisot, of the La Crosse Democrat, has established a branch of fice of tbat virtuous journal under the N'ew York Sun building. Surely, ibis is tbe meanest thing under tbe Sun. NEW, TO-DAY. AT Tilt: CARSOX TIIEATEK OPERA HOUSE COMPANY EASTEKK DISPATCHES. The proprietors taks (rreat Ttleasnre In announc ing to tlie it7.ns ot Ckisoii ant vicinity that they have effected an engagement with tlig favorite SILVER STATE STAIi. MISS SUE ROBINSON GETZLER, Who will mppar fw tlire nights only, mppew teU by tbe farunte Comedian, Xj- r. EEATTY, And the following Combination Star Company ! E. C. MELVILLE, OTTO BUR BANK, W. II. KOBINSOX, JOHN UOV.'fcON, W. T. CALDWELL. W. 1L BAT1C3. MLfS lizzie uarmok, MRS. W. II. ROBINSON. MRS. II. JOHNSON, And Messrs. Israel, Pratt and Williams. ln, J-'iii Kills. I'-rVy U Km ut. 0 W EitouWr, K Q has till, JtaH4 Ki-er, Krv?.i't Folf, J fin, F..wir. T Kfiloi ick. Ci:M Omt J .i-ri"n it.bi -.CI O.iltmau. tirvrg triiii-s. J fiui'Liri!. tieo M Orav, Jin) llainii:'nl. Afwvi Hiiii(t-Ti. R .lH-rt H-ti n ih. 1 hiu4. Hiu-kell. Thurlu7 11.-ri- Lti 11 mphrj, N C Hunt. J L Iliitie. James Hunt. Chrtfl Mink'n, .I-hn Ilv-n-tT, Wru F J. hnn, Andrew .ohn, A B Johnson, Jai b J tins n. Jotii) $ , Kl rppenhiirtc. ti Kiplintrer. K f Kraniv-r. Kretl'k Kuncht. GimrAtl Lhn. ffviTMter Lt. Wji K ljjrax. J nines l.nrm, ft ..i. t.T. J B Lnrhen, I M viMHin j, Michael Marvel I, .uo Iue. Wm Tnhner, D H I'nie, JTime 1'nnce, J H Qrucv. Patrick Kay, HeTit'it lar, .lolin Vi. hartlw, ,Tt3fpb Ridie, Jbn hithHid'.on, 11 i lip Kvt..r. P-.ier J fwRnn, Th'Mi Si.illinj; Aufcuift Fi. -krtid. JfCub Sturt, 1 l hltl.tL, A F gturni. Ch Ftnldfr. J Steel, J K 3 acy, tiev rga f !or , 1 B bm ih. A Htaniiwiiv, 5amnl Tavhur. ft B-2 Tli ni if Lavid Ti'-r. NeiMa TKuslsr. Jn Trtylcr, lTid Tbomiwn. K R T'4'h'nn, Cliai T'irwMf, K.'t.ert YunVallsent.urfr. Htny-2 nrney, Albert C 'Wadr Jmvius K W agner, Junm B 2 M emberprer, M hitenmb, J F 2 M bltOldr-S, JoiU Writ, Hvnrv V iiey, VV m U viltn, James Wiln, J K W inters, Albert W rinbt, tieo W Wol.. Frerk WuuduMtu, Musts YaUs, Jouathan B. F. 9M4LU Postma-ter. GREAT WESTERN CIRCUS GEO. B ARTHOLOMEW' ...Proprietor and Manager . II PKAMkLl.t tqufStnail UimM V. Flfcl.Df - Leader f EauJ J. A. bOViiE.. Agent Saturday Evening-, August 1, W'.ll ie , presented Danias' great JTrench Ku. mance, entitled the From the Enterpri-e of yesterday. Chicago, July 29. Schuyler Colfax ar- ved to-night. He had an enthusiastic re ception, oeverai uiuuaauu pcu.c "-riru 1 XT T T rp TT Tl Fl PI i,n from the depot. He leaves for South jjUKblUAiN DaUlliDnO Tiend to-morrow, where there wid be a grand demonstration . 1TR. .VA annouiK-s l'-t Tt public of the Patific Cit ti:t duritiE Ins atiM-nre lie has prucned tbe nnet tnon-d Hoi-s. Iv-nirs, and Mules tb-it ever ap peared in an arena; and also ng'd tlie mmt taleme 1 .nd distinicai.hed artist. ,if me ae. Thtt reat aud uueiiuallcd Circus wil! pertorm m CAHSON O ITT, OS- Tuesday and Wednesday. August 4th acd 5th, 1863. Tits f Mowing is a list of bis Trick Horses and Perloruirrn : Tha beautifnl Trick Horse, DICK TCRPTN. The wonderful performing Arabian Vuuj ZE- BKA w.U tnv-Ii all wno see biuj. Ihe ereat. Ta'kini! Pony MAl-Ol.EOS will per' foim bis uumaied and giact-lni feats. lbs (Trent Ascension Peny T.iifiPARD, in his daring aceisious ou tue inclined Plana. Tbe bt-aulifTiI Mtnue Ilor 3IA.MH, accompa nied by ail tbe best bor&eg for tbat purpose in Aniei-ira. The cial black Stallion BLACK PRIXCE be great Kar Ac;, with iuan utburs, too tiuniit .ins to ni--nti .u. W. H. FRANK LIT, the creat Bare-back Somer sault Fider, tor th first tima on this Cttist. . ThewonderfniJLVeSlLK BARB. BACK Rider. The inn-resting a.ani-e of PEHFOKMIXU CIIIL- DPK.N; also. I.'.e SMALL.KS1 !HA.- l.v J UH WuKLt. Major iit-ueral eils, lbs Lilli putr.n Obmn. And tbe great Tuck Clown, KELSO.N BAKllIOW.iMLW. JOK WILLlAilS, tbe people's favorite Clown and Jestrr. CHARLEY Gr.AIIAM, tte Sbaksperean Clown and Jester. TlKt C0.MANCUS INDIAN', iu his tiinjfic feat of lloren'aiT-hip ; including tiYM.'AT aCRC' I1A' alid lL'allLi.ltti til bwt Peitullliuls of tbe day. - . HECS1W, HASTINGS & C0,! EEouston, TTastlnga tfc Oo. IRE TUB FASHIONABLE CLOTHIEEE 01? S-A-XT FRANCISCO SPECIALITIES, PRICE ASD til'ARAXTKK. Tbe larcest and imt varied st-ick of Gentle men s tloioiu. rurlii-dimi; IUkmI.-. Trunks, Ban Hid Valises, on the Farilk- (Vw.t. Kverv articl l I, ben g of onr own mannfactiire, is irnaran teed. lliiving rontiact direct with European ai d AnieriCH Mannrtetarera of pie roodiv. thertliv etttct a ejTiii-of lully 50 per eent.it w h- ! sale dealers prohts and ar thm ahle t ::-.-r superior Uoods at lea, thau second-rate prices' STYLES. ITitTinff vents in Ia'iIoh and Par:twe intrwjnf tbe iit-w rttle iu jjjtn Fr .-cicti HiniullaaeuuU Villi titwur j i-earHijce in ew York. GOODS MADE TO OEDER. F.r the iccnmmi-ITiuTi -f mirh a may deir 'f bave wme'j tbt !, vk.- ' celnhrHte-d Knrc ii-aii ruttvr, anl re i)j ited t mkj up i iec tiix-l in a uti It- !i,k i r t. uny t.tbfr h ufM wD th c.xt-t. thirty, Tiws, Col lata, etc., niade to urua t abort nutico. COUNTRY OHLEES. 0d fitrvArded bv Fxi rt- to any part of th r ific Ctwt-tt mi ret eipt ot nrrierit nnil meMUTM ena fur tlirectMitia fur nitarurciueut. Houston, Zleistiiigs Ct3 O O . LICE HOUSE BLOCK, SAX FRANCISCO July 31. 1S8. t nov 1 VST. FHIEND, DEALER 11 Cigars cfc Tobaooo STATI05KHY, e., Carson street, o dors south uf Coouty Building CARSON CITY, .NtVALlA. II keeps the best brands of Hivi Cigars, also Fine Tobacco, Ae. WATCHES Cleaned and Eepaired Gold and PilTer Ware uf erery ierhtion mad anl remir-ti. ajr iarti ula- auent.n to .nraTiDg aa naiiiehnf Jew-iry . t myW-tf C. W. KIEM, Caraun Street. HOUSE. CARRIAGE SIGN AND OUA31E.TAL IMI.VTI.G C. ANXJAaaSOlV, TECKSTLV FROM SAN FRAXCISC3 AND .at, irgoua Lil, would rei4pei-iiuny iniomi in cil.xensot Citrst-u and i viinty tbat bs baa ju.1 lo .iteil bis place el buslncns ou tAKSO.V sTHBET, OFPOSITK FOX'S UUuKTOUK, And is rrei ared to do F-aii tu-a f tb- above de- si-ripiiou in me .tiiesi an i uj.-si Duiuuuiua Xauner. IJe is alao an Kzccllent Hand at tiralnlng. A sbars of patronage solicited. Caim, lav 1, ! H. A. B. DKIESBACH, M'huleaale and Retail l)ealr in GHOCEHIES, , PROVISIONS, WINES AIJD LIQUORS, Flour, corn meal, - ONE DOLLAE ADMISSION, Children Half Prlee. J. A. DObGK, Agent. Angast 1, 1SCH. td FEOM COBUBN S STATI 5. ' Coblr.n 's Station, July 30. A fire broke OVEBTTKB., Somr, iu Character Comic aong .- - out in this place this morning, about six 1 t",c o'clock, iu the business street, opposite riapp'est Fell w Out Campbell's Hotel. It destroyed about 50 gOE ,n, Dmy., huildinos. ineludin? 20 stores. The firede- roved all the buildins nn the south side of favorite Ballad the track except the school-house, and anvussioM 1. . . ..IT , I. K.. .1.1. ...... ..., . I. n .lam,. If .1 1 llt'l .111 I 1. 1 UllllUllltf 111 Jl IT LU 1..L U . . on the south side. The loss is not ascer-j Reserved Seats. $1 50. tiineil. but it is very heavy, with uo insur ance to speak of. ' Poors open at 7 o'clock. Curtain will rise at 8 , ORCITESTELA. - Otto Burbank . Miss Lizzie Harmon Jobn U-wsin . C. Melville . Otto BnrbKn'c Miss Sue RDMnson OSE DOLLAR. F E A K T U L TRAGEDY ! LOES EILDAP.E POISONED ! ! Mj. rrucELL. Af th;: xii i'lus . tra': S-iloon, on Kilnr street, bas jit-it re- cto .cu nolo tlie t:i;lifh l'rinie !juisl cr a oi-pan-n starnii: tliai Mac lileague the Karl of Kildar-i dieii vesreid.iy frMil theeilwts o. au vtr iuduielicij of a iaferior Sia.id uf wiito. H i licellency to prv-tnt the recurrence of a iiuilarc.it;is:ri-i lie t his a. oj.v frie..its in va.la, has tnsti-uct-d Her Mejesty's Consul 'n can Fian chcj to keep Jlr. Fuiceil heieaitcr conHta'itiy supplied Willi tbe brands encineivelv ned at Windsor Castle and by tue F.mjieror of Kus-iia. Viutaa;e of oiigiual pack.i-jes maiked C. 0. D. Fle4ia call snd exaiuine. CaiSon, June 7, IboH. i Bran and ' Shorts BAHIjEY Ground Vood, Croelsery and Tin Ware, Z3CAl-cS.Xa7A.X-0 and JTBolts, Blasting and Sporting Powder, Safety Fuse, Clothicgt Boots and Shoes, ate. A.e. Orders from the Country Promptly Attended to. BRICK STOKE, CARSON STREET CAKSON CITV. JiaVaSA.