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After the War The Wounded and
Dying. A correspondent ol the Ncwnik Adver-: tiep, wilting from Brescia, July Wlli,' avs: I Thousands of those nruilutcd wretches tro deformed for lilt-. Fancy the hi !oii apectaclc. Mure than 2.U00 limbs liate been amputated. Many have lost j lioth legs; and ihete is one poor trunk, ft! fine, pinud young Frenchman, who hiis been deprived of (ill four limbs, that is both feet, one tirm entire, nnd the hand1 of the other. And yet, nlas' ho lives, notj certainly, as one of your Enuli-.li wits, once said to the mourners over f ti.il case of like tnuiiUtion, lobe nn ornament to1 aociely. The hospital reports yesterday reduce Uie sick nnd wounded rem lining Id about 0,000, cliiifiy Frsnch and Ii J im u ti The uinrtuliiy timing ihe Au-.tiiaiis ii sur-1 prising; only about OM remain: they lire; well provided for in the ' 'athediiil, one of the 40 impuivid hospitals, attended by their own surgeon, who were anion.; the jirisonen. The tx1 icni- In' it undrr which nil nature is lungui-diin.;. :i;,":'i ..va'.c.s the. utTering;; but this humane pteple l t n nil their resources to mi'.iga'e it. Ail tin ladies appear to have heroine Sisters of Charity, wi:li the heavenly until of l-'lnr-j ence Nightingale, though without In r ie Wird. The grateful yn-ei aide, mil tho( dear creatures angels; who have, indeed, done better for Iheiu ll in till the piit;-,ts and doctors in the service, 1 1. u 4I1 num bered by the hundred. One tnld me the oilier day that she Inn) written I'J." letters for tho d y i ti 1? , with tender mcues to dear one ut home. There nra nbotil fifty deaths daily. G:?neral Anu.ldi and the buke d'Ahruntr Jiayu succumbed at last. There 111111I he something near it hundred lliou-und of these inlii 111 and maimed relics of lliu war till lingering in the country, for neaily every town from Milan to tho Minciu is n rirnpiliil. A Pretty Dodge. 0 had supposed ihnt 11 would im possible for it political canvass to be madi mure , idiculous than the I.i-lchcr am Goggtn contest in Virginia, when lln whole election was ma;!e to turn upon the' fact win tin r it was safe to 1 1, d L t'-hi r Governor, who ten years previously had requested n geuilcmau in Huli-in Vir ginia, who had delivered a speech in favor of emancipation, to print it. I'll this HiiRurdity hus been eclipsed in Ohio. 1' will be remembered tint (JhoUon was nominated lor Snfremc Jud ; in y) ten Judge Swan, find now, ahliou-.h there me seven uthtir can lid ites 11 p. m the lii hot, not one of them on i iihi r side, run i.!u:n moment's, attention. In all the h.oofo'-o papers it is UhoUon ! fihoUon ! (iiioUiin The luast political ollh-u on the lii- liionopoliies nil the canvass. We are not t-veii told what models of virtue nil Democratic candidates are, or what mou nters of i-Miorance and vice the other 11 pttoiican . "stale candidates are. Ainl what, IS till) C'lUSU Ol 11 I IIS ? It IS dial o,l 7,1 cl.nl . Oholsou years . when he ,1V,, a M.tsMpp, own.d some slave! an, .o.d hem. ihis is al . and we should tti k n o it how i t w i 1 1 i- nac . M t'l ,7 1:TJ1 1"'"' IT ?:iM;n ,f .1 . ti v..,,, ,m,i i.,,j nra ou'o.i than an electioneering Luuuluco docuuieul. neir yre!. iai;u ai t.uioison is i.iai tm uui ut kttp his hUves, as they look upor. u iin who tins no a.avcs anu inns tithac. as il. i v i li j. mi I nli ... anil tlif. r.ntv possible atonement beino that the slave less candidate shall exhibit mur in slave property than if "Miio Locoliico-isiu nuiil b hard run. Vlt!re are his "gloiious pi ineiples," liavo licurd so much about? CAicuyo 2'riLune. ii. ' v 11 J - Chime Is Nkw Yokk CtTr. The port of the Superintendent of Police fim York city for the quarter ending lft int. shows, that the police force num le.ri 1,43.) lilcti. The arrests lor three months have been lii.'.'t;.', ol which i.bo-l were lor ollelises li'-ain-,! Diopi and lo',6'.ttl for oll'i iisus antiinsl persons or the public peace 1 4 , 1) 1 U of w hich ter lire traceablu lo the Use ol intoxicatin liquors. Ofthosu arresled, 12,!IQ7 wert males, ar.,1 li.M.-i females; -J 030 we, inarrmd, and 9.032 were si,,ne persons; 11,380 could read nnd write, nnd 7,1:7-1 were unable to do so, The total hu-s offences noainst proierty w is 8 2fl'(i27. ol which inert' wis recovered SI 7, KM In the last named sum, hntvett r, i.s iucltlded suir.ir, coll' e and other at tijles recovered Iron, river tliievt-t by the hai- iu. uonue. i nine were x i ,u u messages inn...l-u ...,..,i... .i: . .i i i.niiniiiKiLu win ine ou eo .e e.'iaoo and from ;be central otr.-e, relative tires, lost children, counterfeit money, The report conclu.les by r.felii'ng ihe rogues' gallery as r. powerful means fur thu prevention of crime, and iccoiu- mending a thorough rcurgmiz tlion of detectiyo depur.mcnt. i d t'ci n (, t t ,,,.,1,.,.., r mpT,,.,,, papers me praising up old Muck ou couut of his industrious huhits. What tliui. It would lie much better for country nnd loits honor if ho had p'lid Hllention to work whatever, and gone snoozing his timo away, insiea l of up in the morning and going doing mwehicf. Were it not for his nn should not hevo had so long a of murders, and robberies sillier outrages in Kansas. His wurk thu Homestead Hill and the 1'Hcitic Kail Road Hill. His unrk increased expenses ol tioveruieilt A3J.000.0U0 Ids mri-bi ibcd , n. u.bers ol Congress lOllefCiilthfW.il of Ihe puople. A Lours more of such work out of every four would have probably reui-lsu'i ted in tho passage of a la to han ev.-ry Irishman iu the country, us the edict ni.eauy gone- lori.i pronouncing un-.on- atilulional to protect a natiir.tlzetl citizen iron, linnriiattiiin i,i cm. l.-vitMi'i. Iinvikiiit A hard vurktr 'lie United Stat industrious I'resi l, r.t that Huchmuu A'tv Liston Jiuckcye Mule. Fj.cid Kiri.o.sioN An explosion of fluid c. in iu tho bauds of our neighbor, W. Hiskell, occurred Oil Paturday evening nt last week while in tho act of filling uxpirinR Ump, Mr. H. recuived a portion erf tho burn ug 11m, I on ono of his and on ono sitlu oi thu luce. The worse jury was suitained hy bis youny daughter H i. who wis wiiuiM .ii!. i. mill,.. face and head aro bully burned, hut jildicious ul.uiagoinoui. it. U hnped that will not ho siii'iiiu-ly ilihflgurerl. fl..h jottiu ubuj faroiabii -. A';(uiuf i JULIUS" 0. CONVEESE," Editor" iimiim, oiiiii, mil) .n. m ri. . ij;. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ; ( WIf.I.I AM I'l'.N NIMlN'. J 1 ', I ... l. .,,.!. : ir-n.f, lliir.KKT I' K il;K. V WAA A M V. O II U I, HO N. '- S.'uli Aif-litor, M)IKI!1 W. 'lAYIJin. AM'llKD 1. .STUNK. '..r Sf'rrt'it tf "f Stitte, A I I) I ! N r. li u E I. fi . JOil.N II. ilfK(i()KY. l r .S, ! A N s 11 1 ' nWfflill'ioiir, .S M Y I II ! To the Voters of Ohio. ' It is nrranto'd that the Ivvo cindidatctt h.v i ri in.r ot this Slate. H.o'. V-n. Heii-ni-. 'ii and 1 1 m. I!. 1' Ujiii.i: y.wiil .l.teu.-s ihe politic, il topics et the day hehue tho people of this S atn, ut tho following times and places, viz : At Tillin, on TuesdaT, S.-pteniber O'b ' I lay ton, on I nui ilav, 11 t'iiiilii'oilie, nil Sat unlay, " ', inetvillo, on Tuesday, Sept. 1 3th ' Cleveland, on Tluu m.'ay . Sept l.Mh. " I'riuton.on S-vtui -lay. S.cjTleint.cr 17ih. " t'l.luni'i.iiu. mi Tie "lay, .Nopr. 20. Ii Thu t'.'iit'al Committees of the ICepuhli- can and J)'Mnoeratie parlies at lln-so boT-j ei a I poiuis. mil take hIimih to mal.e this all - nouueeuiniit known anions tlie iiennlo as i ex'eiiiiivelv as possible, and to seloet place Ulid lime lor hohlint: ihn mcutiiijjS inl.er 8ih. opt. loih he GEO. M. PARSONS. Ch. Rep Gen Com. GEO. W. MANPENNY. Ch. Dem. Gen. Com. August, 4, 1859. Geauga County Democratic Convention. , ; (,f Tim ) onni'i ins of Deauta Counry are hen. by luuitie.l that a l). lci;ite Convention win n..' in jiiiiiou, en satnrta. Sim.iiiio ! I.er 17th. at 10 o'clock. A M .. to nominate e-itulidaies lor the f illumine Count v llliees, to wit : lt..iresoniutivo. 1 leasurer. I'roso cutii.K Attoinev. Itecorder, I, noeer (.,i-1 .iry ; nii'l tn imiMiict nucli (ttluM' husiiiCSrt ut m. iv Cnirui Imlinti Pit it (.'utivtMil ;(H. I'liti 1 JcMitncrntic vuttn'ri hic. rln'.ivfnr( )" Hnoii'.l (n inert at tln nmml .l:u.'i'. it lniltini uli-ctiuns iu tln'ir rccpcrlivo tih Bhijiri. ihi sSiiiunltiy, Hpti'nilnr lorh, at 4 u'cltifk. I. M . tor lltn ur'iHi! ot ' i.ijinmtiii 1 i I yi.tttt. Thn 1 wiil ho iij-por ( IOlt)t hi o! low 4 t ( It.l.ti- 1 If.madll o. n ..i.l,... ) i Auburn. 2; New hurv, ; M,ion .1; Char don, -I ; llauilideii. -J ; Claridon. :t ; Kucon. '.' i Tiov,2; I'm kmaii, I ; .Mi.ldlefiehl. 2; Hutitsburgh, 2 ; Mmil viHn. 2 ; Thompson, II. J. F. BRUCE. Chairman Dem. Central Committee. Grand Republican Rally. - Theto was a orent lurn-oul of the of Ueati'oi, veslerdav, to hear oerr.i i. nt lieatlTri. i"'l,.,q ,l ii, ,,ii, ,.,.!; ii,,;k,,i ; ' 3 i; nub cans who had noieed to a.ldress , public, us l.o had ..h.. . d to a, drtss. l,em Mr. lWk was unavoidably ab-: sent, but Ins place was filled by Mr. Ltd- 1 W""' "' U,e ,u,tnuon' 1,1 Ibrilliant and effective speeches. The I trrcater part of the afternoon was occu- i , i pn u tiy Uuv, v..uise, in a masterly expose ol tlie inconsistent, and ini.p.nloiu policy,' a I botli Suite and National, of the D.mo-l lor - . 11ki . il. ilr I J we at which we L'O to press, lo oiie even , . r ,. , . . . . . brief byucpsis of his htieech, which was . . . j steueii to w in nroion nit ii'.ieni on . anil I ' seemed to carry conviction to ul! who heard it An able and enrnest sneeeb Ii om our Kepreseu lative, Hon. Kl. Wade, the conclusion of the largest ami most! '.ntercsliiin; political meeting that has la en held in Chaidou, fcr tunny years. re ol the New Liberal Movement. Ki'lioii: Will vnu pleaso notice Mn rty, 1 Libmal Conveniinn. to ho held on l.itth 1 Muoniain ihe 17th and lsth of .Septemher. 1 Thu object of Ihe Cmivt ntiou is lo produce ' 1 " "ui'aiy . ll'ort iu rut. urn, by combimiiiou : hi a broad liberal platlorm. To dise..uraKe c ! 'er ,ro,,ucod hy organized cruetls, "Th rnv,,nli,m w; ,, Saturday, 1 nl1,i .Sundov. iu St ockinn's Hall. Able spesk liv jn(, may he expected by spenknts fri.ui e.ri abroad. Truly ynuis, K. N. Titi'I.k. 7. A fi lend alio is interested in tho move- not ,,,, i,i0!, ( ),; Coiivoutieii at tho l.itth) ,.,,,...,,,.:. , . ..,, inf, , )lU , lm,v,.lm,llt ,,, H'n irlit.uu. i . ,. . ; class ot believers, but of u1! wlio dnsiro to lo ' "lenilo ..r tlm elevation ol the race.- dtc. I This is certainly a commendahlo ol ject, and t,.! o wish it (io.l sped. Al iho ssuiu time, u havo liitlo faith in thu t I'.icucy of one inovomcLt to elVect it. Men, from a ' w.itv. must advance us fast as they i , , oll,it,llt(,,. but no fas,..,, lot our , i. t " nil l HI) V llliivi1 nrinu u "iiui iirv III v. i.c-1 ' ho iviuk, to hu illectut.l. must begin in of mind and heart ot each individual, the no on gel ling nwA' now luu o else. If tho men and women havo projected this Convention, design sim ply to impress upon mankind thu Impor tance of soil discipline, wo pi cm inn Ihen labors ill not Im in vain we havo liitlo faith. Mut, huyoiid Senatorial Nominations. the The Convention to nominate a Repub lican candidate for Senator fioni the Dis- j met composed of the counties of Truiii nnd , ,)U Mi,njn.,t vfhich assembled few , , , , , . , ,. N l,"s' -"he 22d lust., nom.na-ed .1 . Uo twenty uX "f 'airtn. Mr. (.x is ' young man of exct llenl ability, and has triumphantly elected. i...,,,,.,,,,,,, ,lf P.,,,,,,,,. nilJ .Sum- mil have nominated I'rof. an In intent ot Hie . it. r.iilectic insiiune, a ,1 an hands, in l. from ' she' urn' Td. 1 for Stale Senator, i .... Aummtt Jjrwvn says; Mr. Gal field is t niphalicallv a fliiilii-hl ill l'...r r;u,(;..bl Ul 1 (Ol. tiul llvlU self- made man. lie beirun lite in humble lion, bv the labor of his ow n bunds earn-1 ml the means of a collegiate education, havim' graduated at Williams Ciillfiro, . . " ..... .i... v.. i ana is now principal oi tot. ueieciio insii-1 lute at Hiram, a Seminary, tlie ingb ulaiiun of which !8 generully allnhulab to his talent and assiduity. Ue is widely Liu.uiii and resoeeted throughout lliu coun-, ie of bin resilience find wherever he J ' Luuwu. The Republican Party. The New York Century, paper thoiisili neutral in poii:Vs is of the pro resive and independent school, in pub lishing the Circular of the Republican National Conimi.tee, reliitllis ti follows: On another ;i;;e of thin pHper will he found the only efTieia! dnrlirnciit yet iMled by any uri-nni.ed poliiieil body, with ref erence 'o the next Presidential contest. it emanates I10111 tin: lu putiucan ..I'.iunui ( iimmiMe, nml bears the date o! Albany, Aiii". 11. Its argument is founded on he declaration of piinciples fldop'cd by ill 1G.-.G ; and it is dcMe;ned chiefly to lay out the ground for a timely opening of the . . . . . V, tlie Convention which nnininriU'il r romoni , ; ; months a campaign. I wenty-nve rs;tes am repre , Rented in the Committee, sil of tho num 1 her til ing Slave States. The tone of the document is serious, moderate and also national. It recoy nizes the line of distinction which lias been drawn by events, placing in contrast the : i;,;....i ..i..,,. ,.i f...,,i.,,.. islaverv That this is the L-iound on which the countiv will vote, baa lonur been man- ifest. The development of opinion in the ' South litis been astonishingly rapid, tin- hesitating and uncou promiini', ilui intr j the last few months, ou the master tuple w hich fill nislics the key note Hi a struole, which we have no hesitation in pro nouncing the most significant and preg nant in which the popular masses have ever enni;cd. If hiiV party with nation al principles and aims could have been brou ir 1 1 1 to B'and on Middle ground six the exiriiordinary vi'or and aiumrent unaniinilv with which ihe siiiLrle I issue of the n opening of ihe Afiican slave trade has been pressed, would lmve driven it back, and forced upon it the declaration there is no loiter uny middle ground j on n on n l e.isona .lie, en I it; II lenro no Jjili- rioMo men can stand. The issue is not within lliu Consii'.uiion it is on the Con : slilutioli. Weighty as are (he questions i wl.icli'hiive hilherto divided the country, . alii etino ii.s policy of limine.', commerce, ' L'encral i cononiv.improvcpient and forciun relations, these are now all swept aside, and there remains hut the single, bold, tin- of ilrai;i;iii ut from luiki.i- places in the shallows tiold, uii ; out from Us secret lui kliii! places lu the shadows of the African und Cuban coast, and re- stm inir lo honor upon (he hi','h seas, thei ' most ntrofioua trallie the sun ever shone, C(J 1,ioil,eil it.Mlt ! . J,,s clluct.u. testimony lo Ihe de'i adint; influences of nero slavery on 1 Ihu mind of a lace itsell naturally noble, rapable of the highest culture, and of the I'lea'cst deeds. At iIih tiimn llms that wo blacken lb. upon the trathc in luiman til ings, it anions Ihe mm al phi nomemi of the a;e, that such n nuestiou should be entertained t Uewhi re l li st ii on the deck of a pil ate, ami by the Worst outlaws of civihz tlion. j ?,,,, we ou'ht to chum exemption lor buiiihern men who oppose the measure, I "'id deepen the brand of shame on 1 Northern ndvocales, who have not the li,vmuir npii',in- iiili, Lin.r . ' . J. '."n m!il,.t(y wuh , iu!it(ulmn, to justify their position. If slavery itself U section-. , al, the moral.iy that defends it is not. ! '"' 'n,' 'l"' f ' f " ' " ";' Vr'"l , "i . T , mercniinis wou.u monopolize mat uraiicn j Qf commerce as they do the cari.V'e cotton and dry goods, Yw nrc somel'unes tempted to query whether after all this may not be. iu n 1 ""V 11"""t' ""''e,i " I'.v.ne economy, which estimates " a thousand years as i ,.,.,. ,, .... ... .,- t,, , ; n j i " 1 1... t.r.o. i ,,,i .., i..t .. .. .!..,,-. , I-.'-"". ... ...... w.,ii win i,i.,i.m.,, . ' . . . li.i- Ii.mi tn s ill .im mi.., tilli-i uu ol . . ........ -ft- - ferionly nud su'lijeciioii, rising into domi nance, nnd in its liirn eivniLr way loll'i, and grows more uiiinananeablu with each , SUCCie.lillo year. Ilistoiy is full ul sillli was' ' I ; ' I 1 ' lother or liiiimlincr In its current, llo wiivj; on wi ll increase of volume, if it be so, we are no less surrounded piet-ent necce ssilies mid obligations with which it ia our duly lo Htrule ; for this consists the grand whole of ''story. It is wholly unavoidable that the hi-her nioral sentiment of our ago nnd country should a, ray,, sell against the atrocious, sclieine of levivini' and leeahziiiij the rictn slave trade. Al this slVn-e, Uepublican parly presents itself "as only political or'anizttion that has ahiiity lo resist the forinidal)l allian o power, interest nnd ambition which stands j "s l'lu champion of that measure. It ... the advantage of occupyin.' .'round ; ti.ely consistent with ll.econsiiiuiio.i , oi auvancinir no oilier uieas man tnose tn .. , , ... , . j nii eo iv re enirrtH iiio in r n n i t nv i ,.mjlll.IIt ,mn ,vllo frHm,d tlllt inillrllmi.n, At Ihe same fine, il puis forth no ! political doctrines of Suite encroachment., anv ' or seclionnl proscription. It docs ' propose to inler.eru with slavery in be-' Slle. or to put any new cons-ruclioi, c- federal compact. j ............ ' ou. notiuoof iho death of Mr. Wright, B i iimi uui iiciiminittnco uii tin. oecease.i wo cun repeat Hie sentiment of Ihe l),m Willi icspect 10 ihimnu.. ami mora, (he , and, who i eul iziue iis truth. Om' acuuiiiinaiicu this, .Mr. Wi iglit has hcon nf ilio most plnasing iiaiiin.'.iuiil we can sy ni .at liizu with his lives und Iriuuds, iu this tho season of al , a will Lite Ohio P.tn;xrs W. II. Main, I.ivoipo.l, Wool l'ucker; Alex. S'h.siiiinker, Carry, Saw II. l-'ishcr. Alliance. Harvester: (i. W. Stanley, Cl.-veiniid.Ciin.lle Mn.-liinc; (J. Hay - K. Ilit Helen, T'lay nn.l 11.. wl Machine; C. Mi-i en; W.-.rti n, Hi il-leails; A. 1' Wiurtuw, Clivclund. I!. U. Cur lliief. These rmeiiis were obtained through ih" ntj.-iicy' of Messrs. llcilkn i. , L'ltvolaiul, i Uiio. , . . .... r a .- . . .. I. wa uuhv m ini. .u.iiui iiiiiKiihiii, iu, . ... . , ami is sun uet-tipieii as ;i jiiaet-oi woisinp. I he bell-roue haii-.'S down in t ie middle ih.i i i 1 i . i ilie ' . i ,,, l.niise. when, it wuu n need in on . . . .. - , Tilt! Ol.llEST ClH'RCH IK AmkRICa.- .1 ... .1 .. 1...1I ...I..!.. I... I.... !.. nun mv uui miin uu i uui; ins. uuu, . , i , - , , r i Uive te am in ui any suiioen xuuian sla-1 incui sion. i Hel fashioned square 1 closed by what resem ; substantial unpiiinte . i .. to ue mcii m " i,.,,.. rep u aro many o, Hie pews in thohouse.en- hies more a high ,1 f.-nco than unoil.i.i,. '. .1 i "1 y m in a frame is of oak, and the beams are and for I church has an old pastor, the Rev. Joseph is Richardson bavins preached in it for -' j three years. numerous. Hits old house is Iwo hundred years mure, ibis Good Templar Celebration at Burton. , (j,.,,umi,0(i I-'iiibmd CovsiibK: Some of your numer ous readers, lio were nnablo to attorn) the Pie Nic nt Iturton, may bo intereMed In know the or.bir of liisinoss on that ilay. There were present the members of II l.mli! e, and ilditioiml outskio tumporanec peo ple, aninuiitiiid in the n(.'i:rei;to to 0 t'00 or V (It'll. The I.etlnel ntet at ttio I'rcs l.liin cn clutlied tliemselve ... . . , in rejjalia, anu marciioi 1 ,h kioto In tho nirolH1-J,wbichho.ui.i.d the l'ainosrille li.assl in prncoMiuii in , 1 by the l'ainosrille linns I Hand. As we nassiel lliu 11.11 in tho l air eninnils. eatel wonilcr, was tnu mcreuin.e eiienun the eatables, which seemed, to my simple IVmcu n niml n in i :w In nl l- OVIt enco : 0101 . . . . , . . i 1 . : 1 in rat lirr ir K htn 1 ffrf fUMl mv U ! I 11 I 1 '"loration, cniibl you liaro wit.ie,,...! ;.,, unspectnclud eyes, that boundless ussort ' meiit of culinary preparations. There were pigs and pickles and j.ies, and pcuehes and ..curs ami plums potatoes and pepjiersauco .1 I pinched invself sevuroly several limns to . . saiisiy mysou nun u suiiisniiiiiii. Mr. Editor! if yon arc anything nf a castro- nonie, as oditnu are apt to be, I would n't begiu'lire almost any small trouble which r 19 J - ii i ...... .1.. r.. ..i.ll Il.llll II.MIIUII w.iin iu nu iui m i i' v.. and every thing else that p begins, that s ynnd. Uut it were vanity to describe. What troubled mo most, was, to know what cauM If done with so vast a collection of the rood things of this world, before nr f hoitM destroy its noui ishinj; pro oi lies. (This wonder, I will heiosuy, us somuwhat cool ed, directly after its birth, in wiuiessin 1 some of the plivsi.iloaical usos tn which the hninnii sio.nseh may be pel verted ) ! 'j , plh, discoursed line music fi nm the B,.Illti-, stand, while the Lodges were ai llmt r w ,l(.)ecWe6 around it, when Peter Hitchcock, Marshall of iho day, introduced Cii:.v Sami'i l. I' CaicY, tho oiatoi lor the lonun is as niinhleus the .Mississippi 1' notes . and as ulouuent us the just icu of thu cause (,,, which he labors ; his heart as warm as a !.,..,... . as "rent as a man's. Ho ; , . .. , . , ,m(. , who alii r further music by the Ii and, thu ini menso company proceeded to destroy tlio collccled provision, " K.-!i i:i.Mloit " had the occasion, who mid Ins would try lo iimese the erowm iluring that longer.! of hall'-hoiiis the oiio preeu.'iiij! dinner. 1 no ' .ein i al s is " honor of the (Jeneial's pnseiice at her table avo him a seat iu thu center, with per- . mission to lot his depredations eitend as far ' each wav as his judgnient pi escribed. The (Jenetul is ihu soul t.fsociabiliiy and wo he- as Bliv of liuvo enjoyed that 'picking' as well us. The afternoon proceedings were of a' m ue serious character. The II. in. H -nry I Ili'chcock, I'reaidcnt of Western Reserve p C..HeEe, opened iho mvetinK with eliarae- ' teristie tiMiiperaiico prnyor. in which the its , poor w ho suiter t.y tho cursu of ruin wore coiiimilte.d to tho care of a lichlonnt tJod f,i.i i.l I ..1; 1 I. 1 "'" ""-'"; K""" i ,tc m(,. , i,,,,,,, illtt) .,,,,,,, ,n ',,. l(, n ,,,,,. lu, . ,,,. Iir. nll(l ; luv wm M ,!,l,mmlil)11 t,, Kill lo v,ltB() !o ,0 ,.,il and learn to do well.' Aftr ,o nraver. Ho,,. 1'. Hitcheock in- r!.,,,t t .!.... c,., h.. l, .i i.. ol solemnly ant' . claims ot ttio iein.erunce rutorin tlie im- ; portunco and necessiiy id its ixisteuce it the worth and iiiaKnituile iu every branch of , ' , ' , , ( ary win, bena,. moderately. and leelinKly, lo present the ; sc uuee, nl religion, ol molality, education but ; and soeiotv. Anient s.iiriis ho assured . I ' . w j us was mo propuci anu resuii or roi lennesf; . ....... i . u, i t(, iuv.il niiimi,! ll i.r,..ir,.,T i:l,, tJ .. .1. T... .. ....ii. i ..;l. i.. II i ... i l L (l I II H IIIIIIL I,, llUlllllll 11. .1 Ul'lTIl 1. 1,1111 in. ' to ihu last one built in tlio Slate of Ohio. wore. , , the result et inlemporai.ee; and n largo and prnpnrtiun or m.i limn un-uiatu iia.iK.nm ilut ' were thu result of the same eauso. Not by linglu man of sonao or candor in Ohio could Im found, who would not adm it that wo in ' sli,,uhl he an hundred fold built, r off if there our was not n drop of liquor in thu riiato. Tho ! ,.iio wa 14 .,ftn,ig ftnw lit,ber than the I miaolmim ot m which, frnm tlenesis llm,,,atio8 is filt(M, willl war, ,, C1)m. , ,,,,, , f ., c , n( M . Al-! ., , ., , , ,1 the I 1 h" Pl'do9opl,e.s of every ,.Ke-and ovnry ,,e beueluetnr of his race, from I'aul ot Tarsus the '" W:,r'' I''''''""' "f Brooklyn, havo buen of tempeianco men. No nation which has huun eminent for its riehleousiicss, its phi-. 1 lauthrepy, its justice and morulity, but has been alike eminent for its sobriety. ked band ir. Kami will, every greal r .i.ii 1,1 refoim that has been promnlcaiod nnionir ... . has en- nnt! ms ... .1 ,11 e. ,, . ,", ' , 7 ' , . newi , . . ' ' .. ' ' K y ",0 l',",-V .'r" '"X ,h,"f'ind not "Id, profit nothinn by that record . the I In our own State thero aro 30 .01)0 drunk- on ' l"'" l"! 1 Vln o, on j 'i: ;,V;M ; " , . r 4 I cK,n .:. i M ui.iiiui y ui". - m n nut tun in and are pn, iny ihnir tlesolating tido .., (iur tair Ohio, imd Btiantliny. in its red and , sliiinui v fluiid thnusituds of noblo f.tilieis. huht.a,,,!,.. tons: blnill thus.) gales never .. coguj Un : I! wo havo iho power to close , lholl uj rUS() ,.j ciso it, Iho blood iiw, with rola- woe. somu fallen brother ei iiuiiu cries to ut from Iho toi.t.' Watfr This is tho buveri.Eo Cio.l Si I, l-. tr, Bi's iilUui eavo ,o mini: diisiilltid in tho clouds ' heitvtui. ami filtered through the ovnrlastiiig ' lulls.' No drunkard's w.io shall drop, her Reiihliiiti liiars uomi Us tnamimr brink : : , , ',. . , . . .. iipnaii euoii imn v. j ... bread, for wrongs which it has wrought Millions of happy faces nud light huurii may this day liu.uk Iht.irtiiid lor thepuri ly of Ihu hevoragu wliich Ilu has given them iu boundless profusion tlio v.u y 1'iovi- doiicti of Health. I can give no idea of Ilia speech by any lupnrt I can give ot it from memory. It cot the cream of such thing! ono must sen ...i,l. I.i. nu-.. n ..e n.l liui. VII 1 bia f.i-u j.iw.,, - - Suflieo It In ut. tho audience was swayed i - -- - ,,... - . . . i weeimm in pity ai somo sau piciuie iiowi-"- er i 1 . " . 1 . ..... . ' , , . ,u .,,,1 u,i I .1 i i nil nl mill it. il ii iiiil- .i.l. ' -...-.. .. iu I , , ,. wit. Tho lien, is no oruinarv man. ei- ' I . , ....,.. thorns "u 1 (mui,,!, ,,f this holy shall give unturo lus reeuipi tor six square an orator or in ine inagnituito ol old- huait. llo lias spent e-3uim ui ins turiime in this cause, and says lio means to spend and -'.eb moro btitoro no uie. inn.., uwn is siioaseu wuu iiiiiun inn usn inns ichalkine, may ho live long to light tho hard I I huge say. fifty- 'the world is hotter off that ho lived iu il.' it i -...iom j uuuuuuiij, .mj. ju, wj. v. a- t good t , ot i101. U,IV . thousands who were rcscu- old u0 by his labors (rum im ponding ruin, my as inov si.uu tin or iuui s upon ins grave: The Old Soldiers Convention. Tim Mifiving nllieers ami soldiers of tho war of 1H12 resiiliiiK on the northern fron tier of this Stale, lo tho number ot iibi.nl ln hnti'lie I and lillv, met in I'liiiveiition ut 1'aiiiHH ille on the "H'l. A tbii" was pn-feiiled thetn by the citizens of l'uinesvillo with npprnpl talo ucioinnliios Tho lloli. .f. 1!. OM. lings, loiiebinly re spntided on behalf of his old comrade ill at ins, and awakened many rrininiseeiiees of .......... 1 ...1... i- : . u - , lu part 0. wb.el. T!l0 fm)Vrnt5f,n called tn order in hi. was Tho cm)Vrnt;f,n was call Morlev's II ill by Jililgo Mdn 11 n 1 i'. Jude I'.nos 1.HM1 . 01 i.aKe. was viioseii I resioeiii ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1I 111 111 UtHIM', 111 V l il 1 if ( Irxnl will (;eiulun . 1,-., K Morgan, of f.oi ain; Samuel Toml'mson, of Lake, and (ieii. A. W'illurd I ii'um.ii, 01 ..101 1 t icu i i i iii.ii oi. . i t - . . . H . t j 1 11... nt'lllMTIUIl lUiIlM'. I II V II VaiU'P!! : V Jll'f. sf Ml . . . . . lint. barn, of Asittnbula ..r I l.l II ..r ' Lake, Secretin H s. Alter ae appropriate pnver bv the Hov. $r, pr(,sir. of the Cleveland Kethel. ihe following Cnininiueo on Resolutions was "l1Pn""'"1 : ( mil llfirrov Ilnntnnn nt I. nice. .... ... . ... Maj. lvifdui Tavlor, of (uvaliaii, Uon A. V. Btuisnn, nf Morrow. I'rivaie, Henry Cheney, of Ashtabula. " John C Kurd, of (leauna. " Oliver 'I'errilt, of Ij'irain, Mr (Jiihlines whs called nut by. the Con vention, and- made snuie remarks on the practice of ad jnvornnicnls ol lionoi ii't; and pensinniiij; eit i"ii who bavn sorn-d their louiiiry in war, and the militia as the chiel I elianee of Ihe c'.nnti y for ihdene. lie re fei red to tliti partinn ot U'ahini;liiii willi liii unpaid and pennvli ss ell .en soldiers, nud tn ihe (act that it was foitv yenis nfier ti e close of iho war hoforo ih first pension act was passed. My father drew a pension un der it. said Mr. ti., and so did lliu :ii"st of yon i" fatlii-U Wo i t'laet biieflv from tho sketch of his l eniiii ks in I he f.fitilrr. Mr (iiddins spoke of the war of lrli as beino; the limit of their personal i-xpe-lieie'e, anil of the surrender of (ien. Hull Mr. ( r. beio'e I piirdon for inemioniiu' the mime, hecoiild not well avoid ii wh W11S 8lU lUe rPyllHr urmy, at a vast rxnen'e, In defend the frontier. When (len. I'rnrtor came in si 'lit. Hull aiirn n- tiered without liiiuijii jjiiu. When the whole froinier ivai thm liiro.vn open to the llrilish and their savage allies, your coiiutiy called on you, fellow soldiers. Without i;overniiient tents, arms or amu nilion. you obeyed that cull. You furn ished yourselves wi' h i.ll yon had of lhe-r. Such wasycur dehuse ol the Western inunu i. i leseni uii Kc iiicts io i,oiiL;ies.s, mid speak by petitions und icbulu ions with unanimity nnd firmness, as becomes soldiers who have rendered n;nod and fai1 hlul service. The country an 1 Cun- tress will recooniz,. i,e j islice ol your l l um properly nonor ine .iiuteis ol I tl I . :vi r u. iiiileil in the :i;i.s,,..j ol the ; peiiiion bill by the hist House of lit pic scntnliies ; and he expressed colilidt in-. that, with proper t-ll'orl, such it law us the Old Sjoldiei s ilesei ve would bo enacted. We have t;iven but the merest skeletun of tho well timed and acceoiable address who closed bv intro- f Mr. (iiddiui. (! ucinor Cipi. ibuvey Huntoon, who served . I . . . ; . , I, .. . I . . . I .. ...:.i. i , " "m uii, wuu nonor to himself and count, y. : The veU-ran C.tpt. 11., with a soldier'.; brlcfi.Mt and. modesty, simply referred xn ,'5,,,i,Bl " l,1ll,.s", "" ' S"' V 1 P Imient, " ."? ..,..... ..i.aiie. duly and was honorably tlischai "ed. 11 said:' Solmers nr was ill 1 ippecanoe battle, l.uiuii's Kane, (.li)pt.w-Huovl p of Kl.ie1,lltlll. t,,,,-,, and said he tried to do his ICU In behalf of tin ciuzens oi i ainesviiie and vicinity, 1 wel- ''""u! !' ni"ni! U. The irathei ini' ,1... fc, eivi..., S..l.li.r. ..f ..,1 -. ' , ,iii,.,-u enn.i i,,.,u ..i ...... ..... .j. ,vy.v inn it. 11.111. ..iiu strange tor utterance. To meet i d many those veterans here, who have foil -hi .... . Itie llittt es ot mv I imnlri. m nn i.v-.,i .,.,.. ,,. ,, : r ", , tiul) new and interesting. I am not nc- , c,lslmm.d to hehulj the .-alheiinoa of snob Inen ; !,i. I have assumed a duly, and a 1 proceed to perform il with profound tlef-' erence. In behalf of illy fellow citiz-ns, I pre- sent you this Manner, as a token of the i-'tatiiu le, respect and veneration we have ,r,r. "e lo )"". rt'' )'""' fervieesj '.",',',MJ f,1" ml1: -''nmn country, , f"'"s Uh WB D0W SJ ; "1'(. cwililieis ol 1 dl 2 leceive rrom mo, ihrouKh your well tried and faithful com-' , ,,nion in nuns, Cupt Huntoon, this token' of our regard. Allow me a moment's explanation the emblems upon it. The oaken wreath il was tlie emtilem ol victory in the lionisn J, A' niy, bestowed upon the return of : ll"1M,S. l,om '"eBsful conquest. v-ni-.i i.i jvjii, i,i,iinr .to oi eis, i ii rnrni ., ' , - . . this wreath ; as vour Ruccess in 10 '2 , , ,lle "m,r,!' S0 m"-V 'n'' petition, . "ucreed in I860, iu obtaininS that token 'l'";ol gratitude from our government, which ! yon seem so richly to merit. Soldiers -1 trust in Hod that your U" fouKl,ltl"" " tlemnn'1 tor your further services as Soldiers, may arise Hint law rcm.nar of vour navs , - . . - . 1 ee in thtise stern brows, the indt- canon of that patriotic fire, which would RLTaii. flash forth if nn insult uiion yonder bo , waving fl" should imain demand .ei-vicesHial ibn " fr..mbli,,., l,Ln,U of .......i.i ; ,, e ,, i i ; " s i : Vou vo done your duty, let of eoiiniry now tlo hers, by rendering to 'hat which you so justly merit that your remaining and declining years, may no ' i-iiro nl ni.ni.fl und I. lite .m.l a ib-i j i " good lime come, when man shall not learn war any more, " when our swords shall t... t : : i ... ,i. i . i ' u" "nines, ami our 8r,(',,, pruning; hooks," nnd a Ulli- i vcrsal pi nee bless our common race, I Mr. (iiddings then iiiiroftuced Lieut. Hide, of (lapt. Harvey Murray's Com I TV pany, an old and much respected citizen f i'uvahoo-a. Mr. I) detailed at sums. I . . J . . .... , eiioiii ine occurrences in w iic.n he par- . . ... . .. . . . lictpated on the I'enntnsula.at I'u'.'tn-liav, and lln 'n siii-i-m .r mid l ij vn... . . "---i , u t, i , ... - , (...... , ... a , l. in ,, .....i i'i ,.,,i c-tiiii hi ,ii, i it t-ii . : I 1.. m . . : . I . i r . . . J mv."i o i i. io ine , s n o Ai irusi. when . - his' witli others l.e was sent hoine on parole honor. Mr, D. is uuile infirm from a. as an( wa3 vc, y indistinctly heard by most ; u(- li(J ,luJ-,1C(,. is v;nL.rab:e .;iru . ... . . j c npan d.!..m, nnd qu.te a number occasion with their presenoe. The Cotnmitto on Husolutions reported tho following, which were ditcusEod and , aoopiou: I neenwea, 1 mil uio nrst tluty ot a Ite J public, is giatituda und gcumtsity towsiJj" her L'-iiinnt rtufeners lii the hour of danger. Thai a b.vei ninetit ihnt is able to expend tMIO.OOO.OOil veai ly to Support n sninilliiR Army and Niivn, should bo ton poor to inmemher In 1' aued an I : I'eerepit Mihliets the nnui w ho in the viijor of their vonth. promptly answered Ibeir 1 1 1 call, u ml hiam ly itustained bir rijjhis when the enemies' fleets lined our 1 ) coasts, and his sav.ic" allies railed their war-, crv upon her frontiers. Knn.'i ut. In Mm opinion of this mcetlnir . . (i( ,)M S(llll(;1H ,,.,t ,9 M, lllltv , .-,,.,. , 0,m., ,u, f.msio,, 1 - "0 "T .1.1.1 1 . 1-0, 1 - - I'i'Iisioii thu same lis fliosn who sei ved 111 red 111 tno War ot lHTAi 8, Bliall Y entitled 11 n '"'I iho Itevolutioimry War: and Hint w here ( aiivofonr enmra.les liato nceu Kim n m uction, nr died without recgiving land, the' nalion owes In Ihnso heirs, wilhnut i if. irtl. In ntrr. if tliero he on widow, lilt) acres of land. And it is thu dutv ot Congress to nil- riza ihe isbiie of said warrants undrr Iho - same enuiliiions as the heirs of tin. Mexican : War are new authorized to receive land warrants I That wo are ri'ht, and wo will ! not uivb up our cause until tlio icraliiuuH and sense of justice which vo believe lives in tlm hearts of the A mei ie.tn poole. shall make itself fell uinnng thuir setvuntsi.t, Washinctnn. ""''"', J hit "0 fa I upon our .ini. comrades every where, to stand in rank, and vo'o tor man lor at.Y ' ..Ihe. that may have iiitluenco upon '"" , 1 ;! est ion, wlie is lit hi I ivoi ol so Ivnnd . toll justice to Iho Old So!. lien of 1S2 ; Kn'ilvni. I nat wo ucnn.ineiid tothrsai Soldiers thc.isiii at the coiiolrv. tn hold' Uieelioi;n io Older to I'lllllICO litis buij'-ct' upon iho eiin-.iiler. oion id Coi'i-refcs. llithne.i. We ricinnnielid to our snrvi , Villi; C.inil;eh'S ulld iho l,.iis of 1 1' I "Stl W hit j hid deceased, ill evoly Slalo nml cinmly in Ihn l.'niled hiatus, to orgunzo and ap point competent and lhoriuidi men. who itro imt politician!, whoso duty it shall he to confer w ith thu Committees in other i .'.;.:'us, and with all can Inbites for Presi dent, C..U..I "ss. and ttio Iv.-islalureS of each State, an.f.ne.ortuhi :''ii views of ad camii- dates, tind c in:ii'.in:cato thm. respomlina S.'ererarv of lb l!,r; ' , ' . every i or fill., ry. by e.renliir leite'-s ; nn.l vn Iioreov i teile our selves to oar emu ' a les lo vote tor no ca .i..i...A i... .....i. ..ir. . i .. : i to be an open und avowed liioml lo eunal ji.st.co tn Iho s.nvivors f Hi 2 and , he hens of ilo.so who uio dccu.sod. f..si"i, That we lumbir our hearty! thanks lo tin eilv. ais of I'.iiniMville. h.r thuir yenerosiiy and atten'ioi. tons; also to those U lilroa I (.'amp ini. s who have i n- tin ir f u o to t.'.cilitaio our eominj -. ulsn to ail cilicnrs ol p-ipci K, who hate so woll itdvucaicd our just claims. and ihoe cmipati n.is oi tho War of 1S12. and tln-ir w idows uinl childreo. ! n.,lvr,i. That we accent wi;h platitude the ilema.ic and , K,.r..ssive Ki. to. pre- seni.-d to s as .ho S.,l.ti. , uf Ih? IS.tr of 1S12. bv .Indue Palmer in behalf of .he cii'i Z M'.s o rainosville. and no assure them and our coiiiiii-y il shall never ho dishonored. Af er a bountiful dinner, nh'ch was fur insphalily of tho c'tizens of ceased, ni'lied by the i amesTi ie. inn ineniui); tvas nea'u ornn -z id. several speechrs were in oh', when the tolhiwiiu; iesolulii.il m nlVerud and adopt ed : We recommend lo our Mirvivinrr, rotii raues aim ine i;eir;i ot tnee wiioaret K- iti every Statu and cminty in Ih , ., iiitett fit aits, to oiyaniza and aiipo nt I competent und ihorotn, I, men wl o are r politicians, whoso duty- ithall be "o c oi! to fer i,h the cotnniit-ces iu other Slates, , and will, all cai-.d.dales for !'iesi lent, Cun.iess. and the Jisl.tures of each s.a.e, ana ascertain the views of all can-: ourselves to our comrades to vote lor no candidate fur nnv siu-h oni,.., !,,, is ,.,.i knowu lo. be an open and avowed fiieiid of ( lo mi mil justice to thu survivors of 1 C l' i.i... i ; . . ' ; ,.in. ioe neiio oi in use win) pro Occens't (1 i didiiles, and coiiimunicate llicm to every v oiii-sponoine; .-secretary ot '.lie country by circular letters ; and we hen bv pled n ; Secretary Lewis read the following in tuit stint? relic nl iho ur nl isiiv. i u-i ..',, .r ,i... n i .. i u. ..- ... in,, vi,iiiiiiiitniuueii ano siiui ria-. ... .i... i, ... . , ... V '."". "l .u' ' riunuo, nn I, vision Ohio Maiitui, in Camp in Cletilaud August 3.) I H I ' : ' ; 1 of ; j liorj ,o, ; last j I - t . ! your' t'ertormed duly in acta il ' numbor of llu8 annexed tn ihi ' i our t i , ,. , . """V'y eert.lv il,,, aforesaid OfTicars snrvico the 'il names. Tril.'Illt.r Til' Ii, Ji-i'i'.ni All JiLAUD, 1st hVeimunt. I.i, .ii'. Col. .Ini.'ediah lina.d. M;ij-ir. Samuel Jones. M ij ir. K i-a ir rulcheii. (iiurtei- Musier; Snimiel W, Tiiolps. l'ay Master, Sninuol S. M.lditin. Cloi k, retoi Huciiock. Surguoii, William liunneihiv. Surgeon's Mittn, Kiusttis Gondwin. .Siiijnalit Mjj-.r, Frederick R I'm no. i ntrter Muster Seijuanl, James Strong. Drum Major. Stephen ISond, Fifu M.-jor, David Hill. Captain, Venn Stone. Charles II. I'nyne. Clark I'arker. " Nurman t'aullehl. " James Thoinpsoii. Win. II Hudson. " Allen tiaylord. " Harrev Murray. " David Hi.niieis'l.nf. I.ieuteuani, Kli F..tv!or. " C'al. J Forbes. " Tliornii trraham. " n.imphrev, " Samuul ll.trdy. " Waiter Strong. " Due Sherman, " Lewis D He. Siin'n Muss. Fitsign, H. sckiak Ki..( Taylor. John Hopkins. F.'ijah .Nobles. F.i las Caziihl. t aleli IS ihinin. you ' be ,.f b-.. i .i 1 . . .... i" i. oi. miies. or too exact incauiy where '"n lust cunU'et took . laces und ,o Hu. I. lent. Col i . .... v L.-O.UMI, August doth, 1812. lu uiiiuinis in n very fueling manner closed (lio ineetini; by referring to ttio dead who f'u! on t,0 I'euiusulu, ttI t tho fact no man can now point out tho graves inure solemn reiieclion that while meeting. and grasping in renewed filendfhip ihe hands of so many of tlm living, nil mutt ere j long recoivo their eaithly discharge, lo inns-1 I tor, ho irustud. under tlio .miner of react'! in ,ho butter I. and. eiieondeis hil inm iMc.,,.,,. n o - . - -- ..r '.. I.l ... ,.i..i.... . .. .: i . . . , . . ul . .. a,, fi i .ei.iii i e i. ii i iiiiiri, nn Tntiii.i mrii. j r- Our Mississippi ralley is destined I become thu garden of tho world, hut a de.vl weight on ils population is ;ho mi.ism which ' ina ar a wh o i on o. n f,m ii0 :. . - .......... (,v ,,,,,, ,,un, in of impossible to over estimate tho conso- '.! . , . r ,'.' , " . 1 , , L0"!l""" n0. i ""u ,u,,uw ,l!""1"18 n"u ,0"ow, K'uo, i ainniiii us, on t ue siinnuncomen t, nnnuriani of, if r,;,lt n,, j. c A ,he celebrated just such an antidote his " .g-iie Cure" which is suppllod at a prico that can excludo no one from ils benefits, and ihnt is said cure Fever and Agitu and kinderd diseases, lo a moral curuiuty. Family t'iiittr, Memphis. Circular of the Republican National Committee. The rineinnali Cmm iCiaf has tlio fol not lninu drspaleh, dated Albany, AiUBt 10: Thu Uepublican Nutiolial C'oinniitteo, at 1 1 i 1- ineetini; recently hold In tti ts city, is cMintrv's nind tho following circular to thuir Uopub n I'lionils tlnjnghoiit tho Union ! ,.- ,10 jdynu'tit of the undersigned tnpm.s of the llepiihlican National Com- .;,,.,., time has an ived lor consultatiuo (tee, ,,, ,.;,, Iiarv action in roCard to tho np- "Sm, it. nlo for liui Presidency, aj.d moeiiKa li,.nn mii tv had its oriein In tho obvious l)lpV h, t1nrijforo to Catl your attemien to tkai!Slmt hb b follow. The licpuh- Iloppf,iiy f(). ieistanco to tho regressions of ibn slavo nowcr. and maintaining for the states tespictivnly their reserved lights and sovereignties. In tlm contest ot l'SO, vj the presentalion and nilvocney of tho li no science of liovoi iinient, it laal tlio leuiuia tioii ol a pel main in pouucui oiiiuiibiuii, nltheuli it did not get f nesetSion of the newer lo inforce Its principles. When tba result, ndveisu to its rflnrls nd ilshopis, Wll, declared, it iiiudTi fietlly? (01uii icr.l. c)vjnB (n iho victor, for tho St.ko or this ,.,,U,n y. its best wishes for an hoiKSt Slid fu:,. adinini? ! ration of the povemmeut. , u f((, M. nucbni.an's admini.lraiioii 1ms real z il these wishes is now pnlent to .'',,..!.,. With Ihe eieculivo prwrr i f ,,, .,,, .( i pu bunds, bis admihis close ,m, j,,.,, , respect to meet t, x utio tiB of tho p-'p' " . ha pr 1 ' ,., i,,,,,,;.;.,,:,, ..-..i' corrnpiinn. cttiaMt gance, imbecility, reck lessness and br.ken faith. So apparent is this, cu n to r ur opponents, '.hut the to. called tleninci alio nl fcaiii.ation, nlnaysdis tiniiuished for its discipline and party fidel ity,' is utterly ilemoralrcil ai:d "JiHi.'.clcd, niihi.ut any rccojuized or ncc-ptcd parly pi inciple. and threatened with disriiplinn liv thu rival aspirations ami ttrupglcS ol its lienliiiL' ni lir.ois. While Iho mlminictru t'nii lias been thus faithless to the intercut of the eouiitrv. nnd has thi s disnrgnuii" (J iho parly which placed it In inner, Ifo K. publican party has heon constitntly noistl ful of ilie cieat public necrsity whiefi cmIIciI it into existei.cr, ar.d faithful to the lot.il- nion'al princiilo upon which it naswatt- i t1. KxK.r:""co hat only served to s!rer.jtU i u the eniiv;etien o-' ii ol.sdluir rcrtssfiv. reini maiieii yi natic.iu. .;, '"ent. und o tl c w iti., Ill end justice of it ; l""''" ' "Although fome of lie exciting Iuc'drft ! of the eleeiion of lSiG. havo been partial'T ; disposed ol 'by tho encigy, entcrprite siil valor of a fieo pt'oplo. iho duty ot Repub ducud j beans to adhere tn their principles, as errn hero , eiaJed at 1'hiladelpliiit, and to labor fvr tbi-ir t :-sla! li.-hmi nt, was never moio preff ofnur irj than at this moment. The nttiturio rf I llul slavn power is persistently insolent and ' "-"'r'"- V ''fr1"1? of h ntr, i ;,au'1' ",8" ? niltr.dtd lllbnto. h, ""' c':"" 'i' 1,0 ' d "f. U". p i , . r.n.cnt i coliltt.t i... i.iu . i.- -i i, Mi. ii-u ut mi. iM.-i.nrs si i emnluim n's of the ratieinl udministirilii I ; not content with its well known iiillufcct al.vavs pernicious over the hiiihttinn si , ,mtioll,.l canilal but it fb..nn,t.' r.. j. cnnci ssinns trnni a tree rcer.le for the t in. , . i insi, i.i riM iiuiii): nno pirciiginenirg an iti siituiion local in its character, the creature, ol siute Icuishitioti, which tho fodural to, crunient is unl authorized to cstal.pih or x il by cuv grant of delegated powsrs. il demands, l.y ail uiiauthin Isetl nisuinplieii of power aft or having as occasion requir ed, adopted nnd repudiated all Iho rniilo theories for the t xteiisien'ol slavery of iho ambitious politicians who 'sought lis favor Ilia Htstilishmeiit nnd nrnlielbin cf slave, v in .ho lenitorie. by act . f C, ,eresV and the ,e, ival of the AtVieslarS ' - eOll IIO erT.niyil inn iinnl ll.w 9 , 1 ; Uepublican putty can the country ralv fur siitcrs-iui resisianco 10 those IhClistJf'Us propi.titions, und for tho tonociien of tho ui oss abuses which Imvo chnraetri iiod ' the pietent nalion;, 1 udmlnieiraiieii. It is iho duty, then, uf nil patriotic men nho wifl, tor the t siablislimeni Itnpublican prinei ples nn.l measures in tho administration of ilie national govornmant, to aid in pot feel ing and sireiigihniiing ihis organixation (or the coming snuggle. Thero ii much to t done, involving eat netl labor and iho rx piind. lures ot time and money. Tfcero should hu : First A thorough understsndinn sod ; interchsngo of sintimenls and v.ows kf ; i ween the Republicans ef evory icuticn f tho country. Secnml An effective or(rsni?slnln of : tlio Republican voters of each stale, county , nnd town, so that nur party may know i i s ! ureiigih ami its deficiencies, iis'power ami : its needs, beforo wo engago ill tlio Fresi i deiilial strugglo. Tiiird Tho circulation of well coniwl- ered documents, msking clear the position I of the Uepublican paity, and exposing thn ; dangerous oharaetur of tho principles and j policy uf tho administration. I "Fourth I'ublic" addrossci In loealilieg ; whero they are desired nnd needed, by ublu I champions of the Republican cause, i ' Fifth A large and general Increase of ; tho circulation of Republican joornals 1 throughout tho country. I ' To give practical effect lo these Btigftes. : lions, an adequate amount of money will : bo required, lor ihu legal and fuithfol ft ipendiiuio of which tlm undersigned will ! held ihemselvcs responsible. Tin rait puf. ! renat'i otlho federal gorernmrnt will be i wielded against us, to which wo can oppnta i nothing but earnest and efficient devotion to the Republican ennse and iho voluntary pocuniary (.flVrings of our Repahllcan friends. t ' In conclusion, tho undersigned may hit permitted to express their opinion that ihe j signs of tho limes are auspicious for tho ii.-j.iiunuaii tv, uuu nisi, in ineir iau?- , moot, discreet and oalriotie action llirnb. out the confederacy promises to secure u ' lte.iiil.lle.-lii l-l. .I.u'u i lfiAO 17 :n: I ' J UO". L-IITVIIIlllJX hnwover, to oncouraeo hones which may be. 1 disanoointed. anil to obicn ihnii annAa. r, . , , i - -- - - i. ..: i ... .i 1 .- . .. an mh-h mu anu co-opei Riifui ; meanitlille ! wo havo Iho honor to bo ytrv resnect full ' aid and co-operation upon tho nssuranee of success in the cinite.t that is approaching, i f'o undersigned are constrained to say that they rely most confidently upon Iho'pstri that ' otism and nml of thuir Republican brethren respect fullt yuur obedient servants. j 1 ; ; I i id V., D. MOItfiAN. Now York; WM. I) ClIASR. Khndo Island; . JOS, RAIiTbKTT. Maine! OF.O G. FOGG, Now Hampshire J. C. GOOHKlcH. Massacbuiotts I.. I'.HAINAKll, Vermont: fillK)N WKIJ.S, Connectienf, J. N. SHEltMAN', New .Toisov, , - THOS. WIIiMAM, FoniiBylvaBia li D. WILLIAMS, Dolowarr; GF.O. HAKH1S. Maryland; AI.F1! KD C'AMlWKIJ,, Virgfola ' CASSlUn M. CLAY. Kentucky; O. F. SCHOOLFHiLD. Teunessco THOMAS SFOONKU, Ohio, NOIIMAN II. JUDIl. Illinois -. JAMES KITCllirc. Indiana; ZAC1I ClIANDIJUU, Miehigaa ANDIUiW J. STKNrT8. lowat JOHN N. TWEEDY. Wisooosln COKNFLIUS COLE, California M. F. CONWAY, Kansas; LEWIS CLEl'UANE, Dist. Columlli ASA S, JONES, Missouri; ALEX. RAMSAY, Minnesota; Republican National Committee.