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OOtitJMBTTS. OHIO. S.W5P8E8PAT. JIOttNINff, MAY SO, ISM , . . . Mr m m. PKI i ST Pu,k Row. New foik, and 6 iU ! -" ' .Sireel, Jloeton, -.t u. i - V'i J..,, an aMrt-l le Ukt THE NATIONAL PLATFORM. THE NATIONAL PLATFORM. Purposes of the War. Ma ibe ooDtrfb tt 0)Tnl. teniiblm all fMlln l , awe ' " -. aiik neuiMCB nn iu L il rwuiMci .1 rrtrtTeai7: ttZl?2 -"" a lUkt jLTzTI ikM n.t ttttiom. and to PT. JTVtW-" IiV 12 VrZZL' ' - THE NATIONAL PLATFORM. Purposes of the War. The House Confiscation Bill Passed , 0 MoodayTaaCtbe Hoob. o( BepreeMta w Urea aloted b debate on thtooofiMatto. and ,:BttolpattoblUe reported by tbt teleot com- Blttee. Tb io" M m"1 td P1" " by a of twent,; the LHei u Htoted - k- . ...wu of on! J faw. Tbia UMr tou bowe tbal the ooneeraue lorca iu vu. Botblog to par;and la I able to be oer. '' e at any od.t by the adlel demjod for general namtielpatloo ao!. , -; ' " 0 rwdere will uote of the faot that : Mr EfcUor, of Maaaobneett-, one of tbeableit and Q.oheat edcoUb tha corlijation ,! staaare, dulaied 1 oloclng Ae debate on that srjai.inw tt fu not deelgntd to operate aa nai,Ubaet of treaaot or rb slUon.bo to weak ta rf of the vl jy by Uilng froa bin ah. h.MMH of war or the na of carrying war. Tbt ii tqaWJeot toejingtbi the iw-xwed banOaoaaao u to be Juitifled pvo (be eame grauade thai we would Jutifj,lo oaao war wlw Great B-iUn, the etuoro aaa w '" iM&tlon of tb trroperty ol ber cftiuM or eb' (aeta. It ta aieuaing to treat aba rbt.e. l-MtdoxlBgibaooiiaauaLeeol tbo war, a belbg erer.ta ajd alien en m'e. r. -:Tbo cOL0'Ojaiui 01.1 will sow oome before aba SanaM. wbei U will d.itWeaa mett wlib auMiaona osooailioc frem tbo. radloal ilde, C. aewMoi of lio.no oonulolog aat emancipation olaoae. or oot being aeooajpailed by a bill gl Mog freedom to tbo alaTea. The raoicaiano Abjllilon Repoblioana oue llitle about conde ..eaUon by ,lae!f-tbir obj.ct being eolelj ' through eieure of that kind toreaohtbe v Mgro. Tbey wrjold not tou for a eoifljeatlon WU.ee tax bUlor m army bill, nnlew they thooght they aatr the negro at tbo bottom of it 1 Jfegroiam Is the turn total of their land mootb- ed loyalty. 1 Can Slave States be Loyal! Tbo If ew Tok 2ae "cannot tee how ench Hi' "Butee av 1- aa Bjuth Carolina can be renoereo wyai het remain alaTeboldlog." And de- . while tbey eJaree that a Unjoo wbbJb oan only bo maln- - talned by a itrong military lore Kepi cociaua ' it on tool ib no uuiuh an, u not woree wan acne. Wltb thle latter ien'tlment wo perfectly agree Bat wo difkr from the TtikuM aa to lu notion . - that alateboldini Siateeoaanot be loyal. Lyal " to a Government hostile and aggreeelro toward leterT.they may nerer be; but onrpaetbiatory g hi froTen beyond floubt or controteriy that eUreaolduif iutea may oe aa wyai w we wot. rnment administered accordiog to tbo letter " and spirit of the Federal Constltulioo, at non alaTeboldlog Sutct.. .''." Tho Triosta and lit Repnblioan Abolition- tsta Browse to make the tlaTt States loyal by ' depriving the people; without their consent of : their eonatitntlocal rlghit to ooia or no w boio tlavet. Loral to wbaT Not to tho Conatlta- " tloo; for that would be disregarded by ench fl , XraniTwlatioo of iao of its fundamental p-e ' rlstoni. ; Not to tho Union of free and oUto 8 tales a long as any State cbooeea to remain laTeboldlog or non-alaTsholding; for the at tampt to force the propl of any State agalcal taeir will to adopt or prohibit slavery, wouia ba to overthrow and destroy tho Union for hick Democrett and Union men profess to be - lebtmc and expending tlood and treunrc. If the loyalty ol 8tates.oannot be teenred by . rattorug tho old eonstitittional order of tblnge. then Indeed art wo chasing a shadow and qoar- ' rallog over a bubble. Tbo. declared object of tbt war bu nttorly falled-enr brave soldiers have fought, have bled in vato, and all It hope- ' lately lost, If tbo Union of Waihuiotoh and tho fathers cannot bo maintained and perpetua ted. In such ease, the people should riae and , demand that the war tbonld at once cease and to mort blood be shed in a fruitless cause. ; ':, . Bat to tbo Implied Imputation that tht loyal ( ty of any stave Bute cannot bo seoured, If the 'Owvaraxenl It administered upon a eonstlta- UionoJ bseis, (bo 7ntae and ite AbollUoa sy m atMxars baft tbemaelvet given tbo lie. Tbey kavt eicmly eocuaded that tbo mast of the tostaerp people that even one-third or one kaif of. tbo soldiers in tho Confederate army- vert at heart loyal j that tbey bad been duped Into accession and raoellioa by design tag dsma .''f9W od only waited for a favorable oppor tunity and ah aerarance (hat the Yadersl Gov ftttaat would protect Utm In tbo txaruieo of ,'alt their eonttUatiosaJ right, to reeome their alltgtaoee to the Constitution and tbe Uaion Wo hold these radicals to their word, and da macd of them )i tbey art not at heart -worse tba ibey have IbtmaelvM -piotorM tbo mate of aba Contbera people to be, ha tbey shall 'tease po'soniog tbe very atmpb'ert with their 'infamous 2 oc trine tsat she Union caonot b . Bt&inialaed by retaining all tht States at loyal -members of (oat Union, and, that tbey join twitbaslt laboring, while seeking to .haatiae and paniab tbe deox-.-cs and lsadeisof tha rtbeUlon, to reatora uonfideoce at d bops In the bosoms of a beajed atd mirgu ded, people Can Slave States be Loyal! Slaveholders and Rebellion. Tbo Now Tork; TrliM calls this rebelilon MTnt Slavsboldtr' Rebellion," and prgea tbe 'ajsUNminatSn of tbo slaTcholdWa in order to ;j5i dowo'ttt rube'ltoo. Its names'1 ka and eo Mwrer ui Co radloal flId, Ibe Cbteigo TVi Oewu, Vg "tbtr are o train es oct slaveitold art and thilf dnos.wTnt"Bi3 sId" ihire are BO caluMS bat bolitWs s and talr depwf . it would havr bit the mark much nearer. , far, aooordlog to tbo story wbiob radical sapere Ibmelv4e tell.tbd Southern peonle werv dued by AooHrioutB'J at 6 North and demagogues la their own seosJoa into tle belief that ihe on their rights aad their property, tnd thus a largs portlou of ttett were Oeoeivea low ssoessuiu and1 rebellloa. But m to the or-repeated Abolltloa atterlloo about slareholders belog all, or generally, orig inal eeoesslouiets end active rebels, we M Parson Baewiaow lo the tUod, and let Lim tes tify oo tbli poiot aa he U reported to hevedone lo a recent speech. , i : i " ' He eeld that thrre is a great deal of Ignorance .i h. Nn.th aa iha Soath. and loeieoced fth Ann.mnn trine entertained among na that ibe ..K.nin i ihn work ol tltttkeldtr That la in i.a ..nu una. The slaveholders were con ecrvativos feserall tbey feared Iha luae of properly talon disunion wouia oring opou vuem; .k.r.. thna ho hid noLhloB to lose were eas- ily injluencfd e the demegogut$ toko ptrtttdtd tkf iet AdUiniit$ vxtuU free fie ntgr; tnd IHthtnloote among them Enlistment of Negroes in the United States Army. ' ! The Washington correspondent of the New York Time writes follows! The enrollment of negroes lo the military Bervtoe la inch Slates a South Caroliua and Ueorgls, would, of eouree, mean botbiog elie tha a der.alntloo to Mfcrmfaea the while BODu'atioo lo Iboae Sti. To tba dimioa tlua ot the Ujiun the wbiifa may and nun aaaait. Bui to fzpoi then to eubmit qiiat- if to the rule of tbolr owo aiTe, armea dj om Ooreromeut and que.ed la their midei. 11 " lb fo"J loh 1. only exceeded by the deriliah maligniiy that euggesis n. ' Rit. Tuoaiaa Dux, Prcaldeut of Antiooh Col lege, Oblo, ha been r.Jeoud by the Bjard ol Oreraeere, u Peeideui of Il.rrard Coilo, Miaoaoha:ette. The rote etoodoloo In fafoi of coofitBlng the nomination to nineteen egaloii It.. ..... . a at on J. W. Oit, for many years past editor and propritor of the Cleveland PiaUdeelef, died at hia retldenoe la that olty, on Mooday aiternooo. Be bad been auffring for a long time from one of hia e;ee !be light of which ha loet aeveral yeart go. He waa taken alarmingly ill a few dayt elace with nervoua coogeatloa of the brmo and laoga, wbloa teixlo&icd fatally as abjr atated. Mr. Oiat wae in the fortyightb year of bia age, and U avea a widow end three ootid rea to moorn their loet. - Tns Mansnld papers record tbe recent death of General RotT BtsTUT, who removed from Anesb'tij coamy, Pennsylv&nia, to Ohio lo 1813, aud saitUd in the wildsnist of RlohUnd coudty. AUbt Hull's. urre'uder atDroit, Mr. BiMTLir ahouldcred bis o.uoiet, and la toe militia service ot Oaio fi led every cfiBos Iron. Corporti to Major Gioeral. lie wasJadgot the Court Of Common. P.eas for seven years. and servtd several terms in tbe House and 8u ate of Oblo He died at tbo age of seventy nine years. ' New School Presbyterian General Assembly. NINTH AND LAST DAY. CINCINNATI, Saturday, May 24. The Assembly fiateoed to an lutemtiug ad dress from Dr. Campbell, Bccreiary ol tbe Amerioan and Foreigu Christian Union, In wbiob be made tbe following statements; ' At tbe present lime the Society hat tweuty one miaaionariea In tbe United 8 ates. Tbey have four missionaries in South America, one in 8wedeL. eleven In Iialv an American ohapel la Paris, and one Id Florence, besides aiding ear brethren In franc in eustaioint oae nunored and seventy laborers in preaching ibe Gospel of Cfcrat. There are about ninety millions of rrotestants In tbe world.' Meob bas been done within tbo Ust fifty years o spread among them tbe knewl edee'ol the Ljrd and Savior Jesus Christ same work to heameu and Mehomedaa ooun trite But between these two there is a large middle field, embracing abuut two hundred millions el Romanite. and about seventy mil lions belonging to ibe Greek and Omental Cborcbee- To spread the Gospel in Uus great middle field is the work or tbe American and Foreign Christian Union. Tbs Assembly then transacted a variety of business, among which was lbs appointment of tbe following committees for tht ensuing jear : Trustees of Cburob Extension Fund Samuel T. Speer, Edwiu F. Hatfield and S. H Taajer. Audlilue Committee on the Report of Church Education Fund F. How, J. H. Sprague and J. J. Joy. Trustees of the Presbyterian House James A; Brown, M. W. Baldwin, Tbos. Branson, J H Perkins, E. E Adams. Committee on Church Eieotlons Keva. J. a. 8hw. D.D.. Jonathan F. 8tearos, D D.. Cbaa 8. Robinson and Elders John H. Bprague and Hon. Ed. A. Lambert. Tha Assembly sdjourned sine dir. Old School Presbyterian General Assembly. aaosoiy, . TUESDAY, May 27, 1862. MORNING SESSION. Dr. Hons announced that tbe Moderator, Vt. B Batty, was confined to bis room by Illness, and suggested mat me uus rrquirea toe Moderator of the ta9t Assembly, Dr. Backus, to take tbe Chair. Dr. Backus being out of the Hall, Dr. Juokin waa then oalled to preside dui log the absence or ut. tteatty. . The minutes of yceterday were read snd sp oroved. - '.' Dr. Damont, from the committee on Leave of Absence, submitted a report, which was adopted. Tbe committee on Bills sod Overtures sub milted a report, accompanied by lbs following resolution, wbiob was laid on tbe table by a very deceive vote; SUtdotd. That the General AtEembly regrets to sm ibe spirit wbicb seems to be manifested in tbe resolution of the Sjnod of Missouri, be lieving tt Oilcalated ti encourage insubordina tion to eccleiianlicil authority, and w manliest a want at proper reiptot to tba deliverances of SYSTEMATIC BENEVOLENCE. Tbo order of the day was lakeo up, being the committee's report on System no Bsoevo lence. A iong oircnsion eoued, wbicti was participated u, 1y, D.s. Masjrrave, Sbeddan, Breed. Lowrlu, an4 others. . Various motions and propositions were made, respecting ibe re port, whioa were finally, on motion ot Mr. H ue, all laid soon tha table. Tbe report wae ueo adopted, by an almost unanimous vote; and 9000 copies of it were ordered to be print ed sod distributed among ibe churches. .. .' Eev. Seoumus Tusuo, P. 0-, ol Washington Ciiv. iiffarad iba lollua-iur reeoiutiont: ' ' BttUotd, mmimuelw, Tbat the tfiatlis of thia Aaa.bi ba at.0 tcy a. a hereby reniured ut :ba ad tor an pr nr ie'ore ( tbe D il$ OM Stmt, mm, the Dily OAie Stmt Juurn l,' tba aud Utc L.Udmrd, lor iba very Satislacioiy AuU nrr in wb:co t&ey have repotted tbe proceed ioraof -bisbody - -' Rttolvd, Mhimuly, Tbt, tbe gratitude ot uia Aisembiy is ou. and. is heteby tan dared to tbs mt-'saes of Cjlumbul. ol va-lons rii'.ons dcnt,2i,.Uons, tor the genercus and cheerful Uapiulity wbiob tbey bsve man ilea ted toeard the inrcujar u. ibis Aesambly during lha prasent 'StuOOw ... t;, - "i - i:- i' I r. Maseru Mitchell and S-eveteo.: offered d jl tional re'olotioud, tbatkirg tbe Governor, De. Al. and tba Modar. oe. A member uiiured why tbe Ttiu JVasAyu rkitu ift out or ths fi s rtaclmioiit, ft oou bseame apparent mat aome of tba mm U stari obitfCiaioacoompiUb by Wat Ottbatita! i So ail tba lesoiutioua were raiened back to tele movers, Ore Tastin, Mitchell and Sie TeascJ, a. a committee to pat them in proper shpr, ai4 report bafore 'be fljal aojjuromeut DR ROBINSON'S PROTEST AGAINST THE ACTION ON THE BRECKINRIDGE PAPER Th$ pap. waa tbeu read by the DxJtor, on behalf of bimatlf and oibtrsiKoers.aoeo itwas ordered to bs put on tht minutes.- It Is aa able tfli elaborate doeaneot .1 t: S REV. MR. FORMAN'S PROTEST. ' Ra. Me. Forman. on behalf of himself others, presented the following, whloh was or dered to go on tbe minutes: Ws, tbs undersigned, respsouuily protest aealnst tbe action ot tbe General Assembly in . t r . n...i.i tAm. mm Mm adoptlog toe paper oi asr. oravaiunuB v iuui tha Church and ths Country. - Wa makt this protest, not because we do not Aiuwladia lniU to voTernment to be a re ligious duty, nor because ws aeny sua nKu u. Ibe Assembly to enjoin tear, ana an utuor uu duties, ucon those under Its cars.. Indeed, ths Church ot God is bound to tsaob all that Is con tained In tht Soripturet, whether of doctrine or of practice. And in view of tbe present jonai lion of publlo affairs, the Assembly should cor talnlv eall attention to. and enjoin tht obterv ance of those precepts of God's word which set forth ths nature of civil government, plainly leaching that it is of divine Institution; wblcb inculoaie the moral qualifications ol civil rulers and ths crlcclDles bv wbiob ths Lord requires tbem to be controlled in their offiolal conduot ; which enjoin upon private cltiseos, as religions duties, respect and prayer for, aud obedience and submission to, all who are lo authority, and which torbld realetanee as a sin against God. But we protest beoause, ' 1. We deny tho tight of tbs Assembly, In Ibe name and by the authority of the Lord Christ, to decide any questions, or to utter as truth any ibiugs not contained in the Bible. We are limited aa a Church oourt, in our auworuanve veecn ing, by tbs Scriptures Now ths paper adopted seems to asjume that the primary alleglanoe of the citissn belongs to the National uovernment. Whatever we may nelleve about this aa a pollt ioal dogma, yet ii is a question which cannot be settled by an appeal to the Scriptures, and mutt depend on an Interpretation of a buman lostru mtnt. 8a that statement of a certain poliiioal lact, depends on evidence neither In tbe Sorlp turts nor in doouwente In the posteeeion of the Aseetnbly. . - c Furthtrtnore, tha counsel of this paper as to tbe duty of the Government, to "preserve, at whatever cost, ae national union, ana woman toroa by lorce." is counsel wblcb we as a oburoh court ais not authorised, either by tbe Bible or by special inspliatiob, in tbe name and by the mthorUv of Christ, to live 8. Ws regard lbs soaon of tbe Assembly as in olear violation of tbe Cooatitu'lon of tha Church, which a)S (chap. 31, 4): "Syooas aud oounoils are to handle and oonoiuds nothing but tbalwb'on la ecoleeiasiioai, and are oot to lu termeddle with civil affaire wbiob oocotrn the commonwealth, uuleas by way of humble peti tion In oases extraordiuajy, or by way of advice lor tbe saiitfaotion of conscience, if tbey be tharcuuto rtquired br tbe olvil magistrate " 3. The lues seems to underlie tbe paper adopted that the Cburab owes allegiance to tae State, Icr It speaks of ' loyal Presbyteries and 3 j nod?," "lvyal church," etc. Toe citissn owes allegiance to the State, and is bound to uphold and maintain the civil government. Bat the CburcS as aucb, owie allegiance only to tbe Lord Janus Chris. His kiogdora ie the only Higctrr bs Is bound to upbolo. Hence shs in ot l-ijul only to ber pen JLog. 4. Tbs spirit of tbe paper we d. w to bs too tUroD sod by no means to accord with that spirit jf love and tendertersto citing onts, which ev rv where pervades Ibe tiospel ol Jesus, it oores ths faot tbt seems w oe piato, mat our whole country, in every part of It, has sinned la -rlu.ly agaiust Gjd, and that these preaeutoa I. mmes are Divine Judgments for national-sins. A 3d Ivmtkes tbe cUarg tbat there are In some of our Preebrteries, tflloe beams who have been faiiblsa to all authority, human and divine, and it makes this charge without speci fying tbo persons or Prcrbyteries intended, and witboutfurciebing any evidence tbat II Is cor rect. e Ws regard tht paper ss eminently nowlte in tbe prJceot stats or the country, tending only 10 deepen tbe gulf of tcbiam wbicb already ex lets, to dletracl the ohurooei in tbe Harder Slave Plates, and to open the door in our belov ed Cburob for tbat kind of political preaching wbicb bas been productive of so much evil lo our ocuDtry. A. P. FORMAN, C.D.CAMPBELL, JOHN T. McK.EE, '- h. r. tun stall, Jacob Johnston. D;. Hogs, from the committee ta revise the Church Constitution, submitted a report, sug KsatiDS mat earn uumiaitra w. west iu the T irat Presbyterian Church of Pitteburg, oo the S2d or July next, and tbat Vt. C. C Beauy, of 8 ten ben vi lie, be substituted for Dr. Peck, sod Elder R. R. Reed, of Wtsblngtoo, Pa., for Mr: T. C. Perrinr, on tbe commitiee This report was adopted. The Assembly ordered, that 3000 copies of the Revised Bsok of Discipline be printed, for distribution among the churches, immediately after tbe committee on Revision finish their work. Tbe Comprehensive Church Commentary question waa taken up, and the whole matter referred to the next General Assembly. The documentary property of tbe Church was ordered to be put in tbe bands of tbs stated Clerk, who resides at Princeton, New Jersey. The vote bad been reooosldered, trsnsierring ths Belgian Mission, in Wiscocsion, Irom tbe Domestio to the Foreign Board, aad the ease put upon tbe docket. It was now, on motion, taken up, and the Aasembly istcsed to make the transfer. Dr. Hoge offered a reeolution, that the 8 ated Clerk in baviag tbe Minutes printed, be Instruct ed to leave oot the Southern Synods and Pres byterlee. - Dr. Damont said he was not prepared to thns recognise ths independence of the Southern Cburobee, Preabjteriee, and Synods, aud oould not. theraiore, vote for the reeolution. . Dr. MoDonald also opposed tbe resolution. Dr. Stevenson did not want the Southern Presbyteries and Synods left out; buthe wanted them printed in suoh a way as not to occupy so mooh space. Rev Mr. Coo moved to lay Dr. Hoge's reso lution on tbs table, which motion was carried Tbe commitiee on tbat eubjeot reported baok resolutions ol tbankr, to tbs people or Uolum. bus for their hospitality, to tba Ohio Lecisla- lure for tbe use ot the Ball ol Representative, to the superintendent ol tbe state House (Ur Awl), for bis kind attentions, and lo the Mod erator for presiding over tbe deliberations of tbe Assembly, wkleb were adopted. Dr. Tustin remarked, that the oommittte were In favor ol thanking tbe Daily Statesman and the DaUf Jpurmal, tor their full, aoourate, and eatislactory reports of tbe proceedings ol tbe Assembly, and tbat tbe members general!! bad a high appreciation uf these reports espe cially, aa other papers bad published very un truthful and unreliable report but, as an ef fort would doubtlees be made to Include papers tbat were not deserving of thanks, it tbe oom mtttee reported in favor of any, whiob would giro rise to an uopleaaant discussion tbat must be avoided now, tbey eooolnded, tnougb very unwillingly, to leave all out on mat subleot Dr Hoee rerpeoded to ibe resolutions, oo be naif or tbe people of this olty and or tbo State, In an elccjaeol end appropriate manner. Tbe minu'es of to-da'Jr were read and ap proved. The Assembly was then dirsilved In dus fsrm, by the Moderator fto fern., with tbe ia- auction that another be chosen lo like manner tbat ibis was, to mest at Peoria, Illinois, on tbs third Thursday ot May, 1B63. Closed with prayer by Dr. rJoge, siogiog a bymn bv tbe As sembly, aid the benediction by tbo Moderator p. turn. Adjourned. - Ript or tbs Diaacroat or tic L. M. a C. St X Raaaoan CtstfaniM We bave re ceived In pamphlet form the sixth Joint annual report of tbe Dirrotcrs of tbe Little Miami and Columbus it Xenia Railroad Companies tut the year 1861. We take tbe folio vloj exsract from the eommencemsnt of tbe report: . -". ", ' Tbe bneloess of tbe fiscal year Just oloed, baa bf ended with prosperous results- Tbo income bs beect Proas fewest' iMnWf a... I o iregai larornr ' Prow Xxpraae ana Hall Xarulnga.... 1 Pra Kant of Tnekard Deyola, sal. tromUvldetdiBt-xIt Msm 6H, 1779 : ei o4 it SU.IU7 7 3S.4BO Oi The tout Iseoae batni...... ..81,336,991 o-a This revaue. sxocedl that of soy former your, and fii comparison with last year It shows ta Inareaaa In Pa aaLgar Iaralr(.... tt SftS OS Adeeiaaaela frlht Karoloicf...... Ji8.0 A dtefaa-e n Xipraaaai.4 Mail KarnlofS sr., Aa lo'aa ta aat ol tne, and nyei of... 1,451 7 1 Making a iet Inertats of tbt tamlofs of Jb Road ol $8,658.19. Local Matters. irr Tha laii nf tha' Soldlsrs Aid Soolety art hereby urgently rsqussted to mott at tba WaJnuaJa nnmlns. May 28th. Thertlsmuoh to do, and sowing macumw k. i. i..ittiau tha work. It Is esrnestly desired that this meeting may befell sUsndedJ i '.X -! ' r ' - ' WIU UO luruuuou w nw...- President. MISS SULLIVANT. Medical Board of Examiners' Convention i HsaMoaaTSits 0. T Z""?'' JOIrUJaBUafi ssata s - The Medical Baard of Eiamlners will con- . on Wednesday, Jone 4th. 1863, at 10 o'. ana na WarlrieadaTi .iu i m in h. nit of Columbus, for ths ..am'lnatlon of candidates for the position of Surgeont and Assistant Surgeons in tns Army oroer. : jjy ' ? GUSTAVE C 'Ea WEBER. myS8-d4t " ST Lieutenant-Colonel Walcutt loft tbe olty last night to rejoin bio regiment, the rorty sixth, which Is with General Halleck's army, near Corinth, Mississippi. BosoLiST. Tbs offlos of Adams At Field, lumber dealers, on the dornsr of Water and o.i .,...ta aa autered on Monday night, by breaking a pane of glees and prying up the window. The safe was blown to pieces. There dollars and a lew oeots In the safe, which was all tbe booty the burglar or burglars obtained for ths trouoio tah.n and tha risk ran. Vigllsnoe on me pan . . i.r ,a LKArttiM fa sreatlv needed. Vt vi wa wwv- Taocrs CcJtwo Yesterday voiumeers oame .. .h. .Mnnnalra to (hS GOVSTD pjoriuK uiw "j "-i-- m'seall Tbey oame In large numbs-1 from Muskingum, Bioniano, weiawaiw niDDHn. - - to sund bvtbe Rood old Utlonaod the i r.,m kmm nhiA nnva ara mm raauv mm 1 : .7 VOBSiuur.oB. - - . ammn r. I .fit Tl TO TBI IT...,... tntauf At the hour SOPOinteU tauo'olock jesierday forenoon in tbe pres- enoa of a large aaemblr gathered oo tne wee . m'.Am f ,h. fl,ta Hnml. the DrMe&tfttioa of ay.uv Mt aasv .w -w sr . stand of colors was made to tbo Forty-six Ohio Regiment. Tbo baud of Colonel Carilng ..... inn'. Rplmant wmm Dresent. and played Stirring national atrS. , rtan.ral Oolrer. on behllf Of tbe Citlient Dy whom the prcaentation was made, tendered tbe waavaw- wq-.. colors to Lieutenant-Colonel Walcutt, In an ep- cronriaie ana Dawioiio auurwa. " . a ..I .J.... '1 ' h A 1 .IIT.n. ins u 'euteu' ant-Colonel responded, accepting tbe colors on behalf of bis regiment, and promising tnai they should bs honored and defended, Tbe exercises were cocoluded by tbe baud olatlne ' Hall. Columbia!" with three cheeis for the Forty-sixtbi three for tbe Stars and Sttipea, and three for Lieuteraot Colonel Wal cutt. O Tba Sixty first Regiment, Col. Scblaicb, left Camp Chase last eveoicg, for the east. 83 A lot of seoeah prisoners were last even ing escorted to Camp Cbaae by a detachment of Colonel Carrlogtan's Regiment. Tbe pris oners were brought from I&dlaaapolis, snd are those referred to In a telegraph dispatch this morning's Stmtitman. D From one hundred and fifty 19 two hand- ted volunteers from this olty bare gone to Camp Chase to perform guard doty there. OFF rv Haw Maaiwo. Osv. John Oralner will leave to-morrow for bla post In New Mex ico. Hia son, Theodore S. Greioer, will with him as his chief clerk. Pnnowai.. Solomon Sturgls, thagrot Chi cago millionaire, passed through Cleveland Monday morning, In obsrge of bis son and old friend, on hit way to Hartford, Conn. The HtTmld says he is considered hopelessly in sane, and la being taken to a private aeylura- Ahisjoah AosJooxToaist. This handsome and well-filled monthly is published by Orange Judd, 41 Fsrk Row, New York, at one dollar year. Tba Jone number Is before ut. It bas many attractions. Among Ut valuable srtloles will be found "Tobacco Culture, No. IVj1 "Cost of Keeping a Horse" Tim'Bunker, E?q., on Roots;" "Icseots on Fruit Trees," Dr. Asa Fitch, N. Y. State Entomologist' Espalier, or Wall Training of Fruits;" "Pie- serving Fruits;" "Chemistry for Beginners," etc, eto. Scriaioa Codut Mat 96 a o 87. Sales confirmed and deeds ordered In the two follow ing caees: W. M. Finch t. John Brown st a.; Tbe Connecticut Mutual Insurance Co. v. Char. E. Flowers tt af. Sals ordered In Ihe case of John Malott Wm. Bashaw et el. Judgments rendered for plaintiffs in tbs two following eases for Ihe sums named: Matthew Rea v. J. VV. Flanders, $559.57 and ten per oent. Interest; Christian F. Jaeger t. Gottlieb Suffer! el al., $5,811.08 and sale ordered. , Codst or Common Pleas, Mat 27. In tbs oase of John 8. Breckenridge, petitioner, Eliii Jane Breckenridge tt at., parlitien aud assignment of dower were ordered. Tbe three following caees were dismissed the plaintiffs coett;-Wm- 8ella t. David Foreman; James Paiton T." John Faxlon of Wm. M. Sharp t. John D. Sharp. Io tbe case of Jobn C. Work v. J. A. McCoy, tbe sale waa oonflrmsd and deed order od. " :-- Tbe oase of David Shrader v. G. W. Blake- Rash for plaintiff and Converse for defendant was a tuit for dsmsges for tbe alleged violation of a oontraot of lease. It oame before tbe Court oo appeal from the docket of a Justioe of tbe Peace. -. It , oocunied tbo time of tbe Crart part of the forenoon 'and all ibe after noon. It wu submitted (o tbe jury under tbt oharge of the Court, and tba Court adjoorned till nine 0'alook this (Wednesday) morning. Passoms, a Chicago lawyer, wet trying oase before a Jury , being counsel for (be prison er. Tbe judge wae very bard on him, and tbs Jury brought in a vsrdlot of guilty. Parsons moved for a new trial. ; The Judge deoled hi motion and remarked, "Tbe court and the Jury thick tbe prisoner a knave and a fool." In- S'antly tbe counsel replied "The prisoner wishes me to say he It perfectly seti-fiei be bas bsen tried by a oourt snd Jury of his peers." HTDird, oo tbs 17th inst., at Hillsborough Highland county, Oijlo, Judge William C Ssoif aged seven ty-nLie years. He was a resident that place nearly forty years. SUPERIOR HOOP SKIRTS. TUB tmmorahle Claap Hoop kirt, s White. Dark and Kanote. tba aioat eerfeel Skirt rat lnra daasd by aa, ao4 tot tsmMUts aaaarnassaS. Ladies' aad slisees staes SIB BOB, Ft. 80 Boats Bb II Jaale - o-.v -;' ,' -tc. ;-4 . DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Friday, July 4th, 1862. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Friday, July 4th, 1862. ROOMS OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CENT. COM., COLUMBUS, May 14, 1862. jjo c At vien ft as 1 ' -i ' ..... i . j. i, antf t siAsrs is wr inn, tno tAs CunifHu- tion ss Is ! Ton are hereby notified that tit Democratic staM Central Commlttea bs. deilgn.t.4 Fa.. :tu r.otrai uommiuea uaa -iBu. - . i . - TmV 1HR2 aa the ' ni Fnnara Daf OF JULT, 100, as vue lima for boldlog tbt next DtmOCratlO Statt oaaasw sm , Conrentlon, - In ths city of Columbus, for the parp0a,of nominating a candidate for each of " - m il. the following offices, Til jtfg, .f the ffwortm Cliff S,rifar e str; School CommUeioneri lltmhir o tAe Board of Publio Work ' i I Tha ncmooratlc Toters. and all others In fa- ... , i. mA iha Constl-1 this State, sre respectfully requested to process nonventlon. 00 the WllOWlng OSSIS ? WHO UWIIUiwa) . - cats for eaob conoty, and an additional Dele- a v a . gu f every flvs hundred votes caat lor Hon Hm1J. Jwirr,forGoTernor,attbslaat Ooto h -iMiion. and for every fraotion of two bun drel M(i fifty votes and over, ons additional 0eleglte, Th. mimhn si Delseates to ulon each miitJ j, entitled, we bsTo Indicated In the fol lowlng Table : J.imtt'S Vo. of, Jewel's Ho. of Counties. . Vow. flsi. Ooun tits. . Twe. Del. Sdims 1AS3 1BS4 Wl 38 6ti l:m 3iM V6II9 lao SIS 12na 1141 tm . tn 8x9 S47J SiOl Ltcklnc.... Logao 8 4 Alhund.... liort'U..... " Luoii . IU'llaea..u'. 604 1 auiwa..... am aisa.. 4 7 e a Mahonlne isno ' 4 s 3 T tU'loo.n.r- 17S M.dtoa 1I0 Hcitt 1131 Maroer Wt Brawn 4 4 4 i -- Carrol on.BpaUn, M.aml HOT Clara SleDtia .... MoMiomtrr I'M tm jsia WA 3693 mt 1IT 1814 ' 1KI isse 1165 74 S4W nt 3947 S31 Sfi58 ns4 1104 1930 suss 367 IMS cisiont.. 10 4 4 . 8 4 Clinton Btorg-a .... I wm. n.i.nmuu Morrow MuUttrum. Craafurd noma Sail Otuwa a p,.,., tu f;s Paulatng. ' Parry .1 I m Vila u-- "if i r- - 4 . a 7 5 I 4 Meaaway... Pike Portage .... Prable..... Pain tm....' Klabasd. .. IUM Baidatty aelote Baeeca..... I17 ..... Stark Summit .... Trnnball... Ta-earmau. Union Tan Wart.. Vinton warren ... Waibintwa Wayne Wl iUbS.i. Wood Wyandot... I tr fcM I ,n t t'.'. KT rraasiia... si ntlClBaoaa ' 4 ll 1 7 i 651 t Graaui 12M Oaarnwj... 1WS I . . . . , Hull . 05 BaacooS... ISlT 0 3 ;". 1IjS3 Hl e3 sm 14b7 sail 117 isoi lias wet 135 40d. . rioim.s. ... Ham . lactwn,..r JrffanoD... Knox ...... ' Uka Lawrence .. , By order of the committee. WAYNE GRISWOLD, Chairman. AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary pro tem. lo go oo an a by v, T. an at 8, I C. of NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BILLIARD TABLES x-" , o-a. t a, m WILT, BBLL tOUB BLATB AMD MAEBtl BCD BiUiard Tables on most reasonabls terms; ar I will exobanw lien for aetata, Improved or unimproved, situated anywhere tbe city or (joiumras. . . .mimilai Bait baauda aeon-. M D. tATHBOP, P. 8 These tables are all fully equipped wltb belle, cute, mae-s, nnagee, eta. eto. Bityl5-d3ir : : . 7 i . New Jliiiitillci House, S. 1. ZD JSm. TSJL 33 23. 110 Sotttn High Street, TB NOW PBIPABID 10 BHOTf IBB LABQIBI X end belt awr tinea t ol . BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, BLACK SILK SACK)), POPLIN SACKS, MOZAMBIQUE SACKS ENGLISH WALKING JACKETS and "salts entire." to be found In Oolnabas. Ws Mil espeoUl at'entlon to our eaolvHt tiyl, to neionnuu any oinar House: j v The Imperial Circle ... AND - Circle Ducal. ;i ': .i.'.i .'i . ': . ' Bilk, Poplin & Mozamtique Sacks, la treat variety, anl made to order ott (bs shortest notice. , v ' v . . ' Ooun try Usrshsnts are Invited to cill and examine our stook, ea we ara prepared to uuafaoture ana isll any quantity el H York Wbolesale prices. " ""I 8. ... eAjmehJ . r ' - . . 119 South High Street, C9LOMBOS, BSjlTnltf r Spring Goods. i i.A. . m Jt. ' T" ei 33 03 . O O N FPLIItB; BUke.'Moaanbloee'. Bbephart's Obeeks. Poll Sa Chvrea,erla-lica. DelalnwaoaCbaJUcf. Preneh and Knglleb Cblnrkae. lo(liabaot Amaiioan Callcoe. i i Moarnlng alUe and Draee Ooods. 1 Baavy Core ad Blaok Maatlllaaiul asequS IUU. uigni.aeira eiaoa itaiiaa ansa. yt ivoir.psipxB.;. BiarS ' W A iaA Embroideries, Laces. '."5 t9yi Bain aow.1 !.' ta kovth high 8TB (ST, szhlbtt tba atoel datlrabla aisortawnt. at all !'.' 'a ir -1 " 1 '. '' v B lagan 1 PntntLaeaa Collars ant rets. TalaaetaoDee and Tbread Laeus. W ' "' '' : ' Xobroldered Tr.mmlDga. '-; v. i Treno , Pueber and Thread Laos Ycill Crape Collar,, Vails ana Sets, Grenxdlee Telle. . '.. . i i f i ( a.. - - . Malneonka Jaconeta denbrlal. i v v . Heal Swla 1,1 nan Oanbrloa. French and BngUsb Cambrics ani Muslins Leans wear. If ovale) e la Laosa snd Sobrotderies, SS tbsp pear la this ecantn . - Bnfilab Boalary, Alasandre's KldOlovaa. Ita mine- San Umbrellas, Hull bed la tbe mef elegant sty j,eto. eto. . ' EHBROIDERE D Ipl GLOVES, 18 aUelorssodasaarJimepanad.V'';;1:,. 1- . es Bonta Blsh sttaet. IsblB tArloir i I 4 T 4 8 I 8 8 8 3 8 3 6 7 8 4 j. real la sot ' Iu , , f for ap , BOUNTY MONEY, ron.alorxjnr V ! B A OK PA V , Soldiers, their Widows or Heirs.; COLLECTED l Ott A 1KB t 6 00. . . . Bvraasoaof eur aiteaslvs business navinairwij i y i mturn for tba oon- ndDoa ihown us b aolUlara'and thslr friends, ws feel ai. u me tntiir nssntiuaa w busiibiw A FEE OF ONLY FIVE DOLLARS I for eollectlDf sny olalms of BOCNTYi PERSIOrT, OB BACK s?A : j 4 ' Here sfter p.aoed In or hands. in. Annta ho desire us to attend to their Claims can i-ake liberal umswllbas. . Ws are dally id teoaipi i v -rr" 1 made two months previous. .,.' ' ,i ... . Jba OHIO Military umnimm m bvw W wjlll asasaaoj . . ..aa n siiavimti nian - . r, - I . Wa TALLSCADOE aV CO., r COLUMBUS. OHIO, Offloe alte In Washington OUT. READ THE FOLLOWING: ' ' a... A W.mr. U. IPCfl Cant. T W. TALLMADJt baa bsen 10 me isryioa oi . VOsutwp v a. - - . .v. j a..M .mi Ar ih. Hi.ia ur uruo aimoab a tantly ilnoa ins eoBunencamaoi i" f Tlm lnt ss. vl epon tba staff of Kn. Bcaecrana snd aotd as Atstantuaaiiaruinior wi vu.w. - " raUre irom tha Krvtce ai d angme in anmh.r baslaess, Uwush h. hopes 1. advance ita tntmst. of ba sol . t- ... nnuln Inwh ohOaot TaLLMAUUB :.v:'TJi.ri. h. ku n,0Tad 10 be aaan of food Dualneu Bum. aoo an uou.. "--.,v UiotloVaroBMnt Wa oordlally reooBBiand him as a bid entirely worthy of confidence, and one owll honestly carry oat whatever bo yropoaestu do. Vns ? " ' Tj..: v. . ..1, 1,. 1. nniuil adaniad to tbe bUitnoM In wnicu na u now -- propoMS wderota H. time anu sue. iai r W. 8. HOB0BaNB,flr 0.n V. 8-A. i' 0. P. BCCKINOBitt.AdJt -Oen.of Oblo. 0 BBIAN .Com Oon. of Ohio. . ' OBO. B. WBlOUt.Q at. Oaa. of Ohio. mytt-duwU. . For Rent, main na anrttt RnOMS. lalaly oocnrjlfd II tbs Tel' I agrapb oOoa, aa State stmt, oppolit lbs Btata . Bouaa. - . . .,.. Bq tl Bait But e Street. All persons bavlnc claims sr demandu etatnttO. Ai Warner or v. a. waanar . id. Tsih da of Ma, and lhoa Indabt cd will pleats make paymaul, ss Biy buainsas mast all ba seined p to mat oay., j ,. ..,.. SprU2S-dtf . .3 r .1 .i. SCHUELLER'S .it-siinai n r-nnf l, I . -. ' AW Q Tn Sail Hfliua Cnildine. Next Door North of the Prttoflke, H P V,S0&W& fej aretuv iu j. s i DRUGS. MEDICINES, n CHEMICALS. PATENT MRDI0INI8, PERFUMERY, p c001?.?,,0.?0, TAnCX AHTIUbKB, B c n CIGARS. I 1 IUAU fMllbdf M Both Dime-no and Imported, M FlWE OLD BRANDIES, M JorMedlclnsl Purpoies j BUOULDSB BRA0B3. " 1 BTATiONBBT, Beeides a great variety of other article,, all ba Yf longing 10 Ihe DruggUte' trade. i ' OUE 80DA WATER. D11DP nrrnoa ft Drawn from a moeteplendld stlver-plsted vaie, fM la of the parcel quality, alffaya cool and pleas- Uj U ant to drink. Th.tirup.are made of ripe fi ait LiU In their teaton, by oaraeiees with great care ("1 Oar Cream Sjrrupe, made of fmh eveet eraam LJ every morning, ara un.urpaued, and ae would ij reiDactfall. call tha attenUon of the Lidlei to LJ then. - - - l n A good aaaortmeDt of CISAB8 Sc TOBACCO XJ permita ua to loyita tha gentlamea to oar ttand. Pbyelclana' Praarriptlone and family Btolpea rj earefully prepared by experienced partone, iroai para materials, at all boors of theday or night H B xoe meoicinee eeia ry ae win oe oi oeei i quality, and prices reasonable; and we bone lo r7 giya eot re tatitfastioa teall wbo choose to favoi U as with theli patrooaga. 1 ji. , SCUVEIXEtt if. CO. Gj FUR N I T U R E! COLUMBUS . CABINET COMPANY. Warerooms Ko.- 262 South High Street, corner of Friend. Tms oompaiir is coin posed a somber of Journeymen Cabinet Makers. OF who bave combined together for the parpoee of eapportlog their familial and them telree, and to naoafsciure every kind of . Furniture,' -ChairSj -lVIatrasses, Bed- .. ., Bteads, eto. etc. And will guarantee to ear eltlsens of tows and country tbat thay will farnUh as good larnltare ae is mai-ufao-tarad In lha United Stale., and at satisfactory pricea. TbeOompany hi-pes to reeeire a liberal ehara of pat ronage, aa tbelr motto Is la live and let lle " It wl give tb.m pleaeara at any time lo ehow visiters through their roosia, whether parehating or not. . 1 his Company Is sole agent fur tba sals Ot Messrs. Bailey & De Camp's Cele- ' brated Sprbg Bed Bottom, Wh'sb, for ilmpllcliy and duraHltty. cannot he excelled. Pleawoall and examine ll. Price from 83 40 to ti 80. Ths Srleamao ta Mr. W. I BCOHBB, lonjc connect Sd with the baaineas, ao old cltlien, formerly of tbe Am ot flugbee 4 Beebe. H. !f. 8HIBIB, forrmtsn4ent. B. Kmnrssb, Trsasursr. ' ai)8-d3d fipring 8hav7l9 AMD OUTER GARMENTS, BAINrAiSON OTfBE great variety of Hew Bprln Bhawli. Clrett lara, Beoquee, Jaoka'i. etc. etc.. la the latent ant asoet elegant eiy lea. We- Boath Ulgb street marSl Evening Dresa Goods. Pros, sura, MAiia, maqikta, Tiout add White plain Bllka, Tarlatana to White and Colors, Oold Bmboeeed Tarlatana, White Paria Mneiina and Organdies, : - Wbita Silk Thalle and Blond Laeee, Point lacee Inall widtha, . . . Lass tad Smbroldarad Baadk'lt. ai9 a tun jaaia- iii i mi I ii'ne i i i " e ' DR. J. W. THOMPSON. OrriCB Oil HIOB 8TB8BT, OTBB BATPIITS IRON STUaa. a few doora forth of BnMd' '. ' Oolambas, Pee. BB, loSt-eif I i J , j - "N I I I 1 NEW GOO Da QEADLEYt EBERLY & RICHARDS -AT- I Kos. C60 do SJSS, Bouth Ulh Bu. - AM DAILY E10BITIN8 "f PLAID & FANCY SILKS, : ' '-Ii NETW BTTIiKS OB" DREGS GOODS. WHITE GOODa, v A LAROa ABBORTMEM 01 . - Summer Shavl Napixi&i, Linen Sheeting aenta' aixLvtat i AlEXANDRE'S KID GLOVES, PARA90L8 ' AKP " 8UN Cioths,'. UMDRCLLA8, Cassimerea, Teatuigw. Tn ahart. our itock will be found ooaolete la every department i aod havbaf adopted toe Cub I) slaw, we an saaniea to sen low vary iow, uuiou. . QBAOtiETt EBettijT 4k RIOHAUD9. aprlBJ OOLCsUOB, 00X0. lBiTiaw ooox o AT , A ' P. ROSE'S. ttsvmii just retdbheii rKun O. Maw York, I am bow prepared lo oflay to tbe pebtkj a noat ezoellsul assoranani oi uwvs iv NT'8 WIAb, saeb ss CtOTHS, -.-- V ' VE9TIN03, And s laasral sssortmsnl at FURNISHINC CGODS, a of lha rlcheal and aeateat styles in the market; sll of which I an Minna at tne UUKArasT iVSBUU.jp VTP special Attentlom Pal to BUIt- tarjr Oil icera Clomias;. Harlnf bad loci ezperisnee la ths Cot ead Kaaeiaa- tore ol Offloers' v Mtbinf, I feel oooaiMBt oanitlve ear tin aatlsnotioB ' '! y patrons. f. sauoKy " reichant Tailor. Oor, b i and Xewa Stneta. B0V19-U uuaaaa, vow. GEO F. WORTHIRGTOII, AGENT FOB MILITARY CLAJilS, Coraor ot F and lliirteenth Street-, WASHINGTON CITY. HATINO BIBST EHOAQID POt a UTOMBIB Ot years la lbs Bettlsmact of snob Olataaa la one of tha uovernment OtBoee (from whloh ba baa withdrawn), effete to attend, ie Claims of any kind that may be entrusted to bla, suoh aa those for ... PBN3ION8, BODSTT, ARB1ABB 01 FAT, Bubelalenee, Traneportatlon, Clothing, and partloatarlj for Honas, and other Property lost ar daetraMd la tbe TJ. 8. Bervtoe, wltb whloh he Is eepaolally tvalllac. If. B. The moat prompt and faUarol attasitloa paid tobnjlosss . -. . .-.iA c xsaxiMaKXAU. "I shall ahaarfnllv tsstlfv that t know na erent h, WaabltiRlon on whom elaunaata eaa mere eaefldsatly rely, than on yoa, to eonlaei tbeir bniineai wltb latag rlly, oapaclty and seal." . signed try uoo. jnu. v. HoruaKSon, Asst. Boltoltorof 0. B. Coart of Olaiau. Waahlngtoap. 0. Ws are well seqaainlad wltb Ur. Wortoiagtoo, aaj folly ooocar lo the favorable opinion as to ale qoaUors tlons ezpraeeed above, - ..... Signed by Key. 8 KITS PTSIB, D.S. , ' Waablngtoa. Bon.OHAS B. OaLTBuT, Boaae of Bane Col Wat. B. BAMnoLPH. Chief OleikTJ. 8- Tr.aaarer's OlBoa fSbW-U ( , , AUB BLANK BOOKMAtvtlHACTOHVa BPLBHSIBLT BCTIipBD B IMPKOVED MACHIHERY AMD oTE AM POWER.' N. W. LBFAVORj'Supt; . N03. S3 Ii, 88, 38 NORTH man ITBnT, Giateeaian Bulldlns;. Beoenel fiver - v evar B. NeTine ttat ate am Prlntlnf Boenas. BXTBA 8UBSTAJIIIAI PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Wltb or without Printed Headings, ea Superior Paper ; RULED AND BOUND ) t any required Pat aire . BTATB MPABIsuVlB, baoboad of rtois, ' Banna hotjejs. oooutt onioxs, Pumisbej st tbe Lowast Prloea- BOOK BINDING, By tbs Iditiea et BbfU Totosse MAmimiB. f ' sfOKTHtT PXTBIIOATIOBB " "' Bo and bsop Boirei fitrlfc" 1 j; i;.r Vet hells set frhees lrtss;. Orte're trow shros4 will psserre pwsipJaiidirpeclsl at tan Uoa- Add raw, .J, .... ' i. H. RILEY; ; tEFAVOl Bookaelter ad StatiMSV, - s ' Bnperinwadrnt- Soath High tweet. VaVtaUa Mattaap. evlMtf FBffllBOOKl IY