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Philadelpk vjnne 88,1861,
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. Philadelphia, Aug. 23d, 1862.
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Ofc* mrnd Jtmunfactery,
JOMBS * KVANS,
i to a M. Jackjaon A Oik,]
MIC*S.?Large riaa, holding nearly double
National Union Nominations.
JOHN H. ATKINSON, of Baneock Count/.
JKDWARD 0 BUNKKR, of Monongalia.
R. 8. BROWN, of Jackson.
HHTOU AT UUI,
ELLBRY R. BALL, of Marion.
W. JL ST BY RNBON, of Wood.
Union State Ticket.
ABTHDK I. BOB EUAN, of Wood Comity.
8XCRBTAKY OF 6T4T%
GRANVILLE D. HALL, of Harriaon.
AUDirom 0* STATK,
J. M. McWHORTBR, of Boane.
lUiniB or iuti,
OAHFBBLL TARR, ol Brooks.
BPBRAIU B. HALL, of Marlon.
0. D. HPBBABD. of Ohio Ooonty.
for the Intelligencer.
The Chicago Platform of 1864?
-What II Is.
We have read it carefully, and taken in
connection with the known characters and
sentiments of its makers and their cotem
poraneous acu?all beiog legitimate aids
to a true interpretation?It is nothing more
nor lees than the Rebel heresy, a Comf
tutional right of Sicewon.
Resolution 1st expresses an unswerv
ing adherence to the Union as a frs00?"
work of government equally conducive to
the welfare and prosperity of all theSt*teB,
Northern and Southern." Now this we
agree to, provided It be such a Union as
our Fathers intended, via : A Union of all
the people of the United States in one Gov
ernment to the extent of the powers grant
ed by the National Constitution to our Na
tional Government; and not a mere confed
eration or' compaot between the several
States as independent sovereign powers.
Now it is this latter Union that iB contem
plated in this resolution, as is manifest
from whal follows. ' L
Resolution 2d declares that it is not only 1
the sense of the Convention, but the sense
of the American People, (a pretty bold as- I
sumption.) that by the war so far, the
Constitution itself has been disregarded in
nery pari, and that immediate efforts
.bould be made for a oMbatiok or bos
tilitiis, with a view to an ultimate Con
vention of all the States"?(not the petpU
of "the States") "or other peaceable means
to the end that at the earlieat practicable
moment Paace may be restored on the ba
r?Toftbe J&Srtir Union of these States."
Now if tbey'had said on the basis of a new
Federal or Confederate Union of the States
they wonld have expressed their exact
nieao.ng and wish, vix:?that our arm.ea
should at once be withdrawn, whioh would
be a virtual acknowledgment of the
"Southern Confederacy" by our Govern
ment, to be immediately followed by ac
knowledgment by other powers, and 'heQ
the offer on our part of such terms as
should induce the "seceded" States to en
terinto a Treaty or League similar to the
Articles of Confederation. But let us ei
amine farther: ? -. 1
In Resolution 3d they declare the direct
interference of the military authorities of
the United States in the elections held in
Maryland Kentucky, Missouri and Dela
ware shameful vi<flatl6hs of the Constitu
tion, and that a repetition will be resisted
bv force. Now it is well known that the
only interference of the military in elec
tions held in these States has been at the
express request of loyal voters and the
Executives of these States to protect them
from the violence of open and armed rebels.
Abd this they pronounce to be sucb a
shameful violation of the Constitution as
will justify resistance by all the means and
power under their control." , , I
In Resolution 4tb they expressly declare
the aim and object of their party to be "U>
preserve the Fednal Union and the R>ghU
of the Statu unimpaired'?that ia the KigbU
of the sovereign and independent States
united only by a league or confederation
from which ea^h will have the right jo^ se
cede at pleasure; and with 'hat view they
proceed to declare the acta of the adminis
tration ??usurpations of extraordinary
and dangerous powers not granted by the
Constitution." And instance the exercise
of military power within the ?ml>e. ol
States not in insurrection by arresting,
trying, seotenoing and imprisoning Am<r
icim citizens in States where oivil law
exists in full force; the suppression of
freedom of speech and the press;the, denial
of an asylum; th* open, avowed duregardof
Statt Right*, and denial of the right of the
people 10 bear arms. These tbey regard aa
?"calculated to prevent a restoration of the
Onion and the perpetuation of the Govern
ment. deriving its powers from the couaent
of the governed.'' This of course refers
to the arrest of Vallandigham and other
Knights of the Golden Circle, American
Knights, and 8ons of Liberty, who
and work for the MSouthern Confederacy
in the loyal Stales, because they can effect
more here than elsewhere, aad at tbe same
time keep out of the reach ot Federftlbul
lets, and, a* they contend they have the
right, without interference or molestation
trom the general Government.
But it cannot be supposed for a moment
that men of their Intelligence would deny
the same power In the Government to etop
Jeff. Davis' oo-workera and confederates
while working in Ohio or Indiana, as It
has those working in Virginia or Georgia.
The only differenoe ia, the former are far
more dangerous to the Government for l
they act secretly and under disguise. It
can therefore be reconciled only with their,
theory that the statesare sovereign and in
dependent and tfie amies of the National
Government have no authority In. any ease
to Invade the soil of a sovereign State, and
la this view they are propably right In say
ing that the Interference of the Government
in arresting the KnighUand seising their:
arms and ammunition- taaa delayed ana
helped to prevent the Government of
Washington being converted into a mere
oanfederation of lbirty-*?e independent
States, all at war with each other.
l?rv?>Vyi?n 6Uli they denounce the> Ad
Imtniltratfen for disregarding our soldiers
now languishing In rebel prisons. While i
we believe the loyal people generally Una*'
the Administration has not dotte all It
might to relieve these sufferers, we cannot
but observe with what 111 grace the com
plaint comes from these m<n to Mr. Lin
coln's Administration. He Can do nothing
bat retalllate opon the rebel prisoners In
onr hands, and this the Koights moat vehe
mently coudemu. They even go so far as
to admit these rebel prisoners Into their
Orders of Knighthood,400 from oneprison.
Certainly, the Knights would noi[suffer any
retaliation'to be practiced on them The
members of that Convention would have
attested their sincerity far better If they
bad addressed their complaints to their
confederates at Richmond, who alone have
the power to give Immediate and direct ro
^*Ia the 6th and last resolution, theypro
feis to extend their sym^tfay and regards
to our soldiers In the field,
that if their party can only get
of the government, they shall be vwy
klndlv treated. Their chance of getting
XPS i? ?to to inflojnoojj
one; and tbelr past condnot toward these
soldles who have ?olunttcrtd to fight suffbr
and die in aid of what the ednvedtlon is
pleased to call "an administrative nsurpa
tion of extraordinary and dangerons^pow
ers. not granted by the constitution, will
not be likely to be soon forgotten. Oen.
McOlellan volunteered for and fought lot
the same alleged usurpation.
Mr. Long?of unenviable noteriety I
thinking doubtless, the cat to be too much I
concealed by meal, moved to
first resolution by addiog the f*mo?s Re?
olntiiins of '98." which Is the universally
acknowledged foundation and authority
upon and out of which Calhoun and his
followers constructed their e?u?**?e" ?
doctrine. Mr. Long desiredto give the
text as well as the commentary. Mr. Uox
aeeintr that this would wipe off the meal
which they had worked ingeniously to put
upon the cat, applied the gag by mov g
the previous question. ?
More daring and Impious than *ll w
the resolution offered by Mr. L**">noe, of
R I to the memory of the lamented Doug. I
las statingthat their devotion to his mem
"L the cause oi the Convention being
held in Chicago. And that the belief that
bad he survived he wonld long siooe have
restored the power of the "Federal Com* I
pact " He certainly conld nbt have for-1
gotten that Mr. Douglas always regarded
our present as a Federal or
erament and always spoke of and treated It
as such. The term "Federal compact be
longs exclusively to the Calhoun and Jeff.
Davis school. If the great a<a'e?man and
patriot whose l?t words lafte^th. fir^!
rnpaSruT.?Vprfr!.nd.h W Si Govern,
ment and traitors," had been
a?w nhnhfllifve such a Convention would I
have bee^i held fn Chicago? .Now artfully
disguised treason concocts iteechemes wl
imounltv in sight of his gravel And ir
farther or higher evidenoe were wanting of
Mr. Lincoln's too great leniency and mod
eration in the exercise of the powers con
fided to him, the holding of .such a Con
vention unmolested, oertainlj? supplies It.
And If Geo. B. McOlellan, of whom we
once bad a very good it
fate of Benedict Arnold, he will secureit
bv accepting the nomination. Neither the
nresUge of hr8 name nor that of the Dem
ocratic party can rescue ftom obloquy and
execration a poUUcal heresy that has had
so much to do In inanguratiog and coutin
uing the present rebellion. It will sink
tbem and whatever else touches it, to the
bottom of its own loathsome pit.
Loyal 8tat? o? Wist Vl?a""*'fi
Which has the singular honor and grattfi
cation of having been Ignored by this
p. 8,?We see the N. T. Hermld and its
like are laboring to fix the Impression that
Vallandlgham, the Woods, and other
Knights had no influence lo framing the
oUttorm, It is euch an one as Jeff. Davis
will accent without the dot of an 1 or oross
Tng a n^re why not suit his employees?
It concedes the right of secession, which
is all Davis ever asked. By cessation of
hostilities we yield all. ThSy mean an
unconditional surrender on onr P"*"?
nothing less, and a change of our Nation
Government to a mere c0?fed"J;'i?,?v,?
sovereign, independent States, with rights
in each to secede at pleasure. It wasupon
this theory the Convention ignored the
State of West Yirginia, to wit: Because
the ordinance of secession passed at R!ich
tnrtriil'-leffaliV'iraneferred in their view the
entire State from tbeNM,0.n^??l?n'?cwS
Southern Confederacy; and tb haveerected
a new Stale we should have got the con
sent of the Legislature andCongre8a BlttIn|
at Richmond. They ignore? or rejectea
the delegates from Louisiana andoth
States when secession ordia""' th^T r"
passed solely <Jn the ground that they re
garded those ordinances as legalla:
This theory and purpoeo we have as
fo the^ uconciliog air their ?ogjjf
doings and wipes the meal from their oa ??
No other will.
From the N. T. Independent.
The Chicago Convention Offers a plat
form on which no well-wisher of his conn,
try can find room for the solss of his feet.
Unpatriotic, inflammatory, calamitous to
the country, this dooument will be gratify
iog to Jefferson Davis andgrievoos to loyal
men. Not a word against the Rebellion,
but only against the Government putting
It down 1 Not a hint that the war is waged
for a just cause, bnt by implication for an
unjust one 1 Not a cheering word to lbs
soldiers to go forth and conquer, but only
of pity for their hardships in the ssrvice of
a tyrannous usurpation I
The long-familiar utterance of patrlotio
war democrats, that the rebellion must be
conquered, is here bidden to silence?a
gagging band laid across its lips. Peaoe
against Richmond: War against Washing
ton!?tnis is the new battle-cry: the war
pusilianimously declared a failure, an open
surrender made to the enemy, and alt this
at a time when the enemy could least ex
expeot snob weakness in a triple-strong
antagonist! Hostilities suspsnded, a con
vention of the thirty-four state* is to be
oalled?all on equal terms, the innocent
and the guilty?to make an adjustment
?herein South Carolina shall say what
punishment shall be visited upon Massa
chusetts, and wherein Mississippi shall
offer a rope for the banging of Abraham
Was there evera more monstrous scheme
for confounding right with wrong ?
There is not a guerrilla tatterdemalion
jn-thf South, mangling oar wounded and
rifling oar, dead, who can find in this plat
form any rebuke of bis crimes?bat only
in this mingled Obioago and Richmond
crimination of the National Government a
new incitement to bia bloody deeds I
Where stand the true Democrats who
timed men ?id money toi th* warT
What will they aiy to thU luault thrown
ta? tb3r teeth? If erery great-.oul.d
m?to that party, who baa not already
?handaned It. shall not now pick up bit
SatSi Gen. Qui retired from
th. nr.?nwVchl?f Jo "Me. Taney after
taearhiir the Dred 8e0tt decision?then the
fncreasioBaodZSty ot the bad men In that
JS3T!Sf Sfii P?" ?' the declining
BPWhen w??gthOTe ever, to the hUtory of
nnHtleal convention*, 'a greater aelfstnltl
V* 7" elmultaneon.
nomination yt ? man ?h<> arbitrarily ar
rested a whole fltate legl.lature.
Secretary j>f Suite, to Mr. Mam ~mmte.
sloner| to Barope, laying that Jefferion
Davie cannot Wtfcn to any prtpotfWonfrom
the North except upon the baaf*of an In
dependent Confederacy." Whatthenhe
comes of thU Chicago overture? Pitltol
spectacle! A party great traveling to an
extreme northern city to get down on Its
knees afar off to JeBerson Davty, who only
stretehe. out 4 long arm acroa* mountain,
and prairie* t? smtta it on the oheeka in
"? Fellow countrymen, the ertete lai lmml-1
nent, but the way la plain. All wi*e^aud
lound men, both Demoorata and Republl
caul, know that there la but one method
of restoring the Union, and that la, by con
quering back the rebellioua P"ta. This
we are doing day by d(?1,"? .w""i
What oan be belter done than Grant and
Sherman and *arr?g^?re doing? What
i. more full of hope and Pfmlee 1than ithe
general military aitnatlon to-day? Noth
ing bnt good aogurlee everywhere11 For |
aa the lightning that lighten, in 'he eait
lightening also unto the west, so ia the
fiery atorm that ia galherlogto breakupon
Richmond, Atlanta and Mobile. O troub
led hearU, praying for the aalvation of th
the air which will in doe time light upon j
our banner 1
From the rtttMBth R?|imanti
Headq't'bs 16tb W. Va. I?rA?iai Vol., 1
Camp m&a Oha?l***owii, V
September 2, 1864. J
?*">' caaualtlea in our reg
iment during the month of August, in the
varioua aklrmiahes and
made by the regiment during the """th.
Killed.?Frederick 0. Bush, oo. B, near
Halltown, J4th ultimo; William F. Kump,
oo. I, near Halltown, 24th nit.
Wounded.?Thomae A. G. Bay, CO. H, j
severe flesh wound In leg; BU
E, sliehiv; Jesse Leesoo, oo. F, to eloi?w,
J. H. Wheat, oo. B, fool; Serg t. Burrla H.
Bono, oo. 0, sligbty in breast.
A alight history of our marebe* ana
soontermorcbee would not be amise to your
many readers. I copy from onr returns
the following: w _
July 27tn, we left Camp Piatt, W. Va.,
?nd proceeded by steamboat and cars to
ZbtTTj Bun, B. it O. B. B., from thence
marched to Martin's Ferry, Harper's Ferry,
LovettsvlUe, Hillsbor^. Soioker'aGap. Ber.
ryvllle, Winchester, Wllliameport, Sharps
burg, Harper's Ferry, Sandy Hook, Wolf.
ville, Frederick city, Harper s Ferij, Ber
ryville, Oedar Creek via Aehby a Gap,
Winchester, BerryvHle, Oharlestown. BoH
var Heights and back again to this place,
and still the boys are ready for anything
that our commauderp may call upon ua to
io, aa our Generate are men to whom we
all have great confidence.
Your., Milto. Wills,
Lt. Col. Commanding Begiment.
A HAILWAT PO*T-OFWO?.
One Distributing Car Conpletad-Otli
era to be Made-Daacrlptfon of the
An account was given two or three
days ago of a plan soon to go in effeot, by
which tho distribution of mail ^patter
should bo made in tho car* instead of the
post-office. The following description of
one of the distributing oars, just comple
ted, is given in the Washington Star:
"A. N. Zevely, Third Assistant Po*t*
master General, sometime ago conMived
the idea of facilitating the transmission
and prompt delivery of letters, newspa
pers, and mail matter generally between
this city and New York sod immediate
points by a system ol railcar ?lal*^llti>ng
postoffioes, whereby the work of stomp
ing, assorting and distributing mail mat
ter will be done in a oar prepared for the
purpose while the Wain is in motion^
One of the new oars for that PurP<*? wus
at the Baltimore and 9^10 Railroad depot
last night, aud was visited by bigh offici
als of the Postoffice department, and by a
number of railroad men and invited
guests, who were warm in their "PPr?b
tion of not only the system about to be
inaugurated, but of tha workman'hip of
the car and the commodious and perfeot
manner in which the interior U arranff.
"The car was eonstruoted at the car'
works of the Baltimore and Ohio Kail
road Co. at Mount Clare, and was com
pleted on Saturday last, and is now be
tog run over the road to wen off the
rooehness. The dimensions of the ear
are 45 feet 5 inches in length in^he clear,
bv 9 feet 4 inches wide, with a height of
about 7 feet at either sido, but it being on
the 'double-decker' principle, thewnter
is fully 9 feet. On either side are words
informing the publio that it is the
'through line between: New York and
Washington.' There aire also the usual
apertures through which letters may be
conveniently dropped in for ma'ling.
In the inside are two hundred pigeon
holes,' of rather largersiie than ordinary,
and forty boxes, each one foot square, so
arranged that the matter plaeed in them
oannot be jostled out by the motion of
the car There ia in front of each case a
narrow shelf for the accommodation of
the olerks. with drawer* beneath Mid
hooks for the mail pouches, white on the
opposite side is a large table for stamping
purposes. There are also oloaeta for
clothes, sofas, water ooolera. a?d every
convenience for thoae who shall
with the oar; and it is fitted op with the
most approved ventilating window*.
"Aa soon as the train starts the olerks
assigned to duty in this novel P"1??1*;
will oommsnce the distribution of all
3jitter into box* for the
M to which the matter m djrecte^
The way mails will be made op a?tl
at each intend^ for
the particular locality will bepat off, and
matter for other points on the route r?.
tern is that correspondents c^ mail thrir
latum at the last moment, and even when
ho moving off, jet with the
^ Ju^S.^ifi reach*?ir
destination safely and with unusual der.
patch. This eity will reap m?J
tagee from thi. ?y?w, for ^lma^ foj
the departments aud for c;U*?n? will be
arranged upon the cars, and,will be hand*
?d the several carriers *and messengers
?ithin flte minnttjr ??**?; -rrrJof
sop' and thctiaands who P^*"
nojed by reason of deUject ^ile will
thank Postmaster-Genera f
Zevely, and City Portronfrr'
the inauguration of this new*
A* old man lately died at Buenos
Ayres, South Ameriea, and among the
singular provisions of his will wsa oge
leaving 10,000 cigars to be distributed
among those who attended! his funeral,
and the wish was expressed that his
friends should not leave the house of
mourning without drinking all the wine
in the cellar. The wishes of the deoeaeed
were fully carped out, it is almost unnec
essary to state.
" PHQPOSALSJOR flMAKL
Cl'?lIILU?, J?=??7 lS">.
SSALCD WWMM??y ??."SSSS
^ i. tka TUnartmcnt of W??t
master's Department in L
New Crook, <
Breu?_^rr_y_v.-? hr ?
price _ __
to nffored under the bids hereto invited
wUl hembiJect to ?. rtfid inflation .by * Govern- 1
All PiepM* ***1
" In doplU*U, and b.
"griir i^iT2siSrt ?*bu
toBUnk^brmiof bldi, SBaraaJJ" ?"* bonds
b/^Kant on application to UUsoBoo.
VOBM 01 PBOM8AL.
[town, oocktt *n snia-J
L [un>] j. ? ,
r th. B?fcrt^Md,*>b?r^.T propo*. to farnUb
Ji d'll^tolKrUiilUd BU?S? the
e*ptoL l0 Towob't. mmaK
. y SiMiMim, Ch^fQwkrtwTMJJw ??ert
?^int or W-? ?lrglata1Ow?bwtoad, *4. |
^25, ?!5d .odTScleot raratlM In ?
the seine with gooa ana *<> inrilsh
i honbr o??n* t?th*
3?rtO b. ~C?ritJ.
T lt. mHiMi, th* UatUSStaUo W?rl*At
SSsSSt o'f OoMoms, or ?> oUwo^e
? "th. UMlud ??? Mt, or M?poo?l-1
oponlsa of Udo, if t^ty BAftRlNGMt*
i OAH bbls. choioi family iuxn ia|
SHAWLS AID CLOAKI.
T.R. THOHAS J. KIIHKR WOULD
UtodtjkrtM peweeoi eweq
i 8 ?? M. to 0 P. M.
_ . O. H. Cle*'
Dr. a A.
ns. k. ii LM-rawouit, m?M?
U AMD AOOOUGUU?thankful fcrwl leeors
?roald reepectfolly Inform hu friends and the pnblie
senerallj that be to till dot.. bosl.ee. at h- old
nod. Main UNA wr the Bnspenolon Bridge,
.hers hs will ee hapay to attend tommy boMneos
? hie Une that ?sny6i entrusted to hle onre. Night
AIM promptly attended to. h.UjIii piluu
it the Bclelie Medical lanltau of Cincinnati, and
1H baaa variously MWal to the praetioe of kk
profusion for the laat fourteen yean. Dr. 1Mb
sow prepared with an tba neoostory aaanwki
the Medical oppBoatlon of BIootrMtj in the treet
neot of Ohronio dl.isan. to which ha wuMWU
the (pedal attention of the aMIoted. Bo perfoct to
ha "Healing Art" o* the weeont day (aa ] -
Eclectics) that tows
of racoirlag par-1
Special aiteotlon girea to <
nOdrao. All cootmonlcatious strictly <
Jor practice U sale. certain and prompt, leering do
nercoriV talat la tba system, bat deeaMa? nao- I
rating aad etrengthening the gener.il syatem, acting I
n OBMOO with Neiere'a onerriac law.
Tun, Wear Vi_Dec. 4th, IMS.
ft aa wriWat U stay amotrm: We, tba undes
igned memben of the Weet Virginia Leglelatare,
mb pleaeere la eajlng tba* wa bar. known ?r.
Uobard H. Lea aau jreara presions to the break
log oat or the Rebellion, ee a sooceesfnl aad ener
cetlo practitioner of Medicine (of tba gclectlc School)
Mtb la Kaaawbe county Va. aad Bella county,
a. BLACK, Senator 7th Diet.
? W.B DUNBAR, U. U.D.
JOHN M. PHBLPHS, Pree. Senate. I
CVOOce one door "with ef Kramer'e Hotel.
Ladlea wlebiag to aonsnlt tba Br. (If they prefer
aa cell at noa No. M, Grant Houe, and Mre
Lee will take plehenre la accompanying them to
the office. Can be found at the Sraat Honee at
U. 8. Marshal's Notice.
Tba Dalted Stated 1 . ^
To. 1 In Hem. In a caee of for
fhe Baal Property of Wat. j fellnra aad condssatlon.
1*7 iwSEIs, at the spring term ISM. of the Die
W tilct Court of tbeUnlted States for the District
of West Virginia, at Wheeling, tbe Attorney of the
?sited Sea tee for said district;?led aa Infonaauon
?gainst tbe real propanjr of William T. Higganbot
bam, described ro eaid tnformatloa, ? Higiagln sab'
Ranee that said Hlgganbotbam baa been engaged I
in the exlellng Insorrectioa against the aatborttlsa
of the United Hi.lee etaoe tba IIth of Jaly. IMA, |
that at the Uae of hie beoontfnc ee eanced. he
the owner of the property In odd lafoSBatlou m
Honed, aad praying that tbe eatd property as]
ooaflscated andeold ee lorfolted to the United Sta
Mow, therefore. In pnrnuance of the minllarlna.
isr tbe eeal nr the said Ooortto me directed and de
ll ret ed, I do hereby glre peWlc notice to ell persons
claiming any lateeeat ta eald property, or to tha|*o
Ecedethereof. to appear before the Judge of the Dis
trict Ooort of the United States Jfor the District of
West Va.nt Wbeellog.oathe lxth day of September,
A. 0.1864, (If tbe same ehall be a day erj nrfedlctlon,
If not, oa the next day of jurisdiction thereafter.)
then and there to Interpoee thelx claims aad make
Lfcefr kllmtiona la t)?t bektV.* *
BDWASD U. NORTON,
;U. S. Maraball for tba District of Weet Ta. I
BENJ.g. SMITH. P. 8. Attorney. ang?
Desirable Property for Sale. |
TtHB undersigned ad
A Dws^g BoneSnd ten Low ndlototog, Vscatod
In tbe town of Cranberry Bnmmit, Preston county.
West Virginia, oa tho lfne of tba Baltimore aad
Ohio Railroad. Tbe hooea oontoba eight epart
mente. Also, ia4Jolniag tba boose, a iKyatatoa's
JSbl^-Vngf ' , ? _ _ .
Pcraaylelermatloa iieit ill yply to Dr. WM. H.
AAVKN BOA AfT, Dt?nlnm City, leea, ?r J. P.
?OMM. Oran berry gnmmlt. angMtw* 1
Public Sale or Yalaable Land.
IS PUUUAHCX of the laat wiu and teetamcnt of
Daalel Btaenrod, I will eaU at pnblie sale on
MONDAY, the Sdtbdar of September. UA4,at the
Ooort Hoosa toWbeeltng, tothe kigheet and beat
bidder, the tract of labd which to eltnatad on Big
WbeeUng Creek la Ohl. nooaty.oaae the hrn ta
which Mm. Crorer Urea, aad adlelaa tha tod oj
Rensforth and others, and Is tha eenaatract of land
ma PaaB aad erifo, now deoeaeed,, oon
sald Dani el Staearod, by deed dated tbe
MAto^ tO t^? _ ^
Utb ofNorendierj WdS, aaI pilllilH taflbtoe
body and by the acre. TMUM WIU om
to Jte preeeot lease te Start A Bhbert, which;
plrssoa tba ?nt day ?t April aaat,when pusstari.
will bo glrso. AHDBBW WHn*
aa-j.ba.is of tba istoli of Daniel Btsssirnd
A Desirable Farm for Sale.
Til aitdmelAliid often for eele aa srasllsal
1 Stock ?arm. la Balls oooaty. Missouri, ooataU
lag eta .res. 1011 aader calUeatlen en wbicb
there M a small frame boose. Tha land la within .
oas mile Of tba Heanibal aad St. Joeepb Wei Ire erf, I
two from Maaroa Itoto aad sutssa Asa Haaal- I
bal. A nessc foiling streaai of water raaa throe "
It. Tbe toad le high aad rolling aad tba cooa
healthy. It adlolaa tba lamb oi la. Booker, i
marly of BA. Ol.lreeillSk Obio.
Persons dssfoto* aay laformattoa roeparting tba
shore land era referred to Amoa Oeborae, grocer,
"'ifaMaokdat^nriraU sale befors tba 1st day of
October it will thaa be offered at pabUe sale la
I bare a too 123 acne Lead ted, la WaAlagtoa
aotfj.lta* JOHN JONBg.
Cottage Residence tor bale.
rpHB anitislgasd adhr* for eele hie Hoaee am
X Let on B. B. comer of Third aad Locast stieete
oa WhaeUag Uaad. Lot 00 by 1M last, eoraeriag I
on two strsete aad raaatogbaek to liltoi allay. I
Tbe beaeeeaatotos Mx mmilil kilcbea eod eei-1
lar. Then 1s a good wall of water at tbe back I
door. Oboloo sbrmbbery. aad aa sheadeet supply |
nf fruit. Stable, Ooal Hoaee, Ac., Ac.
JACOB BBiUi KR.ee to tfeaeabeerA
rlj^w a. a. jobpan.
0. a. aoora. J. a, jelly.
BOAT BTOBBS, PBODVOB,
AND CUBBD MBAT8. LAXB ICB AND |
ait *r"*i fcrnHSTsll
"f?" ? ii AtTiiauCt
The Weekly Intelligencer
I I. HITOHOOOK,
t< at ua n?M MAIM mut,
tolh. atad?nt, who
who U then cowdnctW thronthnoqnw.ol P~=?"*
? "i ??oil irta of K~A* li grcftt
u >B ?mm
will bo a?4? ncqohlntod with
not loud In book*.
Undine *r?tly to the nbbrerUtloB of hi* work.
tw? ??????? mMiwa*
lent la much Im>- , .
Far the fell eooneabm l__
bat the MM I* not limited la tlmo-bo ?y
raannln u loot, ul nM> ?? ? ho
OTXBB NEWSPAPER PRINTING ESTABLISH
IIEST, KNOWN AS THE -RE018TEE OPPICr'
ON tATDUAT.TU 17TH SEPTEMBER, WJ
AT THE PROM RoOR OP THE OOCRT UOCBE
POR OHIO OOCMTT:
111 prniouct of ? Dead at Troet too A moid
TrowbrUR. Owen D. DoWMy vo ow Iw
InE dote tholMh tmU, IW,
corder*e 0?oe tor tbo Count, of Ohio, U Book U,
Uh 8*3, at lb* froot door of Ifc* Court Hoo?o, lor
Ohio CouDty, on 8*ttmUj,th* llthBrptovbrr, 1111,
commencing lO^clock, A M . leEdleeli to the
hub?I IiIMt ml public Motion, -the printing
.urine* trocl, BetorUla nod Ortar-., tool ?
nod implement* of nop aa4 ofery bind whnteoerer
DOW coiulned In or bolontf.* to theprintlin offlce
nod btader7," then known ne the -Onloo pnouoj
witbi&twMtfroadrtr, or if ilurin 4? the porchaaer
bo^ -^agg'-ysE- -
V&lubte Property for Ren I.
rrO LB ON QROUND R*N T, foe a term of jmts,
1 aboat oo? hundred aad Wj fa* of the prop
erty fronting on Mala ?treat, aad raaaiag back
rtwit dm haadrad mmd tnir?y-?rv tec. and fcaoaa
as tha Zoia Hoaeetaad property, im.a*iiately
north of aad adioiaiag the Horaorooic building
Th*f property will be rented la eaitaole baildu?|
loU, and embrace# now of the be* a aim pro red
property In the otty. f. R.ARJCSTRON?,
jtMf TWMtoo of Emily A.Inoe.
Boiler and Engine and Other
Machinery for bale.
A T THE WHEEL FACTOET. E-t Wheeling.
r% ODDoeite tbeOreek, one 8# Inch Fiae Boiler,
?z 2Tkwo~ *?*??.*
?2l r?ain?Vrdor, ? ft, S* la. ft^ tlag aad Pal
f9TI and one gpok* Jtachine, one Teaaat
teMKMiM&UnK Weehlaa,ewd tfneaillachia
#r? antflttlM np wheal*,aadllawa, to.
for farther iatbnaaiioa aaqnire of tha aadcr
Property for Sale.
rpBKHooM now occupied by t. Lendlned, llnln
TtaltoMWioeeqM by Mw French, Wnur
rai the Dwelling Homo warn oewpW by T. H.
*****" I H. WILLIAM J A OOu
MEtT-W M.H.me Mr~t.
CAVALEY HOB8B8 WAWTiSC.
?in horaai fcr the Oaralrr iarrice muit beeonnd
ta ^rr^SrtiaSar; ?m (SjEftaaa to (Mi ?***?"
k??r?. hlch. and leM than (tl Ire nor mora thaa
bo la "Oartlflcatae of Matt
^f^srjxrjrMw. obur?. *.
Onpt. * A.?. M.
Excelsior Planing Mill.
KeeUaa. Boach aad Warttad Saarda, Flood ef,
Slfltng Fremri.rndlPaili?^ Mnl?J-'" OaaaraU/.
SSumor. nnd oSonnd B*pLld A. E.OopoU,
Ladies' and Children's
S H O 3B S !
6BKATLY JU5DUCKH PRICES.
oat oar stock of LADIVT
??T~- :O.K tel
h. a a. ooiuHEia,
McCABE, KRAFT & CO.,
?O. II.WU ?T.,