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V a.,-..COIiBMBUS, OHIO. i. '- 1RIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1862. n. is -i; t is w g 1 1, L pp. No. 37, Ptrk Row, New York, and 6 Bute . ,. Street, Boston, ,:; . 7 i. Jtalkm dlli.ad art sutbortead to takt Advertisement td Subscription lru Vl J A . HK NATIONAl, LA rOH3l. 1 ; rurpb lU War. lit V , WNatk... .sta. race STA.t.Aa o "'V'TIL. ' "That the reeuteplorbte dell war hM kwi forced '"' " !)- the oouutry by the dissnlonisti of the Southern '" Bintes, nr- to arme glnrt the Coustl'utlonal Govern- tionel emergency ..Oonartw.. buUUt ill feeling of u,a uamion aud resentment, will recollect only Us rtuty wUboieoouDtrj! ttai A war is notvagoa f-j their jKirt M m erWWt of opjom r far any Hehod in-titu'toni of thoee bl.Utt. Imt to defend end ( , Watts Ms seesra u """'"''"j - :- la AMIM. 0 I. eir free, rsfci off(w ts 0st f " rti io-tnUl iWsifacy national Const " ' - tuoi sAaiJ prstiail, and that tht tTnion, vMch oUku c : s . tmn ninal r o cvrity tv ; sank tfiaU, mmt and $kaU to pre-rtl. - , M ' ' ITT ioJi o lAs 3o!rnnunt vat mad in (As lu w7rs ns s men, for th4 btntflt of xchilt iH ' ' Democratic State Ticket. . " i Judt' 6f Suprmt Court, f RUFU8. P. RAHNEY. cf pn;hog. WILLIAM WAttMSTUONQ.of Senes . j i Attorncf Otntral, : ';t' LYMAN R, CRITCSnELD, of Holm-i CHA3. W H. CATHCART, of Montgomery ' Mcmbtr of tht Board of Pulli Work, JAMES GAMBLE, of Cosuooiun. : U'ainpalgri Statesman for 1862 Tb pfoprietoi'e of ibe Oaw Sutuman Isooc Camp&:gB Pipet durlog the ppfC3Cli!ng ' ' ' Sute Cdt, to be wiled f . TUB . CAJIPAlCIf 8TAT9mtA!t. r ThU piper will to dewted exclufllTely to the u.' pttb&ktloo of waSor df!ki.4 to prcaote tbe . ticee ( sotaid etms'.ltntionsl doctrine nd jlalpleband ite orerthroir ol Abolition' RepaWlwinlMB ttbbUolbox ' . " '' f The prioe .will be u foliowi: ' ...- i Slnoln onnis a. - m 30 cents. ' Cluos of from 5 to 25 copies, 25 cent ch copy. V, Cmbeor from 26 to au w " . . ' t C!uboi 51 ooplt and orer, ' "The bave price will barsly corer tbe cost, " the object being to pat the peper t each ft low figure to insare t general circulation tbroagh- . Ml the State. . . "Couoty and Township Commlueee and C'mbi : ' s&oeld tend in their ordera by tbe 17th day of .,' Iu!j, 1862. Tbe cesb must in all casee accom- '-yauy the order. Fi lends ot cCESiiiotial liberty, gt to work ' and give' Tht Cawpaiffn Slatttman wide cir culation- 'Addreaf, ,, -"mAnyfenny. MlttER, . . . . . Pcblisbera Ohio Suteenan, Colombo, Ohio. Tju Vau.1 Ohio Statkkaii is sent by all lite early naming express and freight trains, and delivered to subecribere io adjacent towns about Ue samA time it is disUiboted In this eity. This enable reader ftt ft disUnct from tb Capital of Ohio to get the news of tbe day from six to eight hour before the; con receive It through papers published elsewhere. . News dealers and carriers in any of the towns on Railroads centering at Colombia will be sup plied with tbe Statkchah on as good terms as any other paper. C!uts for tbe Daily will be ,tjX'ei at agents ralea. Orders are solicited. Order from Gov. Tod—Time Extended. tended CoLCsiioi, 0., Aug. 6 When fixing upon the1 10th lost., a tbe day for the sereral recruiting . officer to report their men to their reapective cimps, I did not eoninlt the almanac. Not wlebing toTlolat the Sabbath, I hereby extend until tbe twelfth. DAVID TOD, Governor. HEADQUARTERS, OHIO MILITIA HEADQUARTERS, OHIO MILITIA AND VOLUNTEER MILITIA, COLUMBUS, OHIO, Aug. 7, 1862. . Tbe following dispatch bas been sent by tel- , egraph to tbe pobllo prws; Minimum .eompanles. will secuie certain " rights, but recruiting mut be pressed until rery company shall ' be maximcm after thoroogh medical examination. " . Regimental surgeons must ba promptly oa - ' dory, under the fourth paragraph ct order 75, July 8, from the War Depttinent. Rolls and v enlistment roost be tnt here under the sixth paragriphi 'aid regimental Adjutants report un der ime, for duty here. 'C Pros throughout the State please copy. CHAS. W. HILL, CHAS. W. HILL, Adj-General O. HEADQUARTERS, OHIO MILITIA AND VOLUNTEER MILITIA, COLUMBUS, O., August 7, 1862. " ITha plbwlng message has been int by tete grapb to tbe pobllo press: County Auditor will oopy enrollment upon blanks like those used by assessors, keeping eaoh election district aeparataly,' and forward the copies as soon as poesible to tbia office. ; Press at every eounty test pleat copy. CHARLES W. HILL. Adjutant General O. - CoHoaisstONAi CtJHTX"TiON After oorrev ' pocdenee between tbe Uolon Central commit tees of tie several conntfet composing tbls (tbe 7 ib) Congreetioonl Dimrlot, it be been decided i s to bold a Convention at Loxdoo, Madison coun ty, on th 23 h day of August, at U A. M., for th nomination ot Vulua candidate for Con- --'-gTes.- - : Wt &d& the ribove annonaoemeel In the Co lumbus Journal of Toetday. .The Colon Cen tral committee of Madis m coonty refosed to sign a call for holulcg District Convention ' Ii such a call was signed by any person in be half of this connty, it was uoauthorUtd by the ' cjmtnittte; aid all delegates eeleoted from jlad;.oo under tbe call are illegally chosen. If ' 'tbe oall had been made to tbe Republican cr . . Abolition party (u tbe Chrtnicl oalll It), we should have no possible objection. illadietm County Jhnucrat, July 31if. ' : The Republican- to Shirk Being Drafted. The Idea of being drafted is not a tery pleas ant An., arobablf. to ftoybody. But our ,au- thAr'itlei hT indeed it neoessary, ftud loyal men will defer to that judgment, while they oaaoot but iel that no suoh noslty would btr existed, but for tbe Insane course of the Abolitionists, whluh ba served to strengthen tb hand of th rebel and unite the South In opposition to th Gorrnmnt ' AboliiioDiat and thlr sjmpttblaer, oot wlthsUDdin: th.lr eontiuued bowl for a mure riijorou polloy, ft mora vigorous proteoutioo of lb war, and for th Immediate emancipation of all the negroe In th South, ar generally quit willing to shirk for themselves and their on, going into th army voluntarily, or being drafted into the service. To this end, they ar devising various sohame to get Democrats Into tbe draft, and kp themselve and their friends out. .' ';' Id another ar:lot In this psptr, the reader will find a rafsrenc to a proposition la ft R pobllo papor io New York eity to have th Irishmen engaged In the late begro riot In Brosklyo, either hung or drafted. The New York Tribute, Gkclit' Abolition-Republican piper, disclosed a few dajt since a mod by which It radical Disunion sympathiser coold avoid being drafted, in an article which, cap tion and all, read aa follows: ' Caotiuw to Tssiroas in oca Miost. mite' Spirit ): "We are Inlnrnaed that the Com missioners of Police have been Industriously engaged for some time piet in forming lists cf all (erwos of Secession principles and doubtful loyalty, who at preeent Infest commu illy The who! force of th Department has been secret ly employed In this good work, and tbo nie to be made of it will probably be to direct the government, when drafting shall commecce, where to go for It first levy. Thes secret t!torl, therefore, who have thns far been dis couraging enlistments, had bet.er change their policy, for in degree a tne progrese of recruit ing Is retarded does th hoar of their conscrip tion apprvsoh. IofoimaUou a to disloyal per sons Is solicited by tb Department from all good oitltena." ' We have teen and beard, and so Lav most of oor readers, doubtless, enough of snih epithet a ar contained in tbe foregoing r:'k-I, not to understand their plain and obvious Import The Republioan-Abolitionitii ar in th habit ol cailiug all who differ from them politically, se cessionists and secret traitors, and the above artlsle exhibits a plan by which tbey propose to escupe being drafted Special list are to be made out of their politlcaLoppoocnte, and from there the draft ar to be mad. It is an iofa sou scheme, and deserves the reprobation of every bocest man. to Shirk Being Drafted. Arrest for Discouraging Enlistments -Garrison and Pillsbury. There wse eonsidorabl excitement in Uar- risburg, P, en Monday, th 4;h inst.ln con sequence of a bogus handbill poated np on dead walie, announcing that Jim Lams, of Kansas, would address the negroee of that place, with tbe Intention of Inducing them to enlist In one of hi colored regiment. Tbe whole thing was evidently boax, probably gotten np by tome dots for tbe sske of a little sport. But sealous Abolltlonliite, perhapi Infuriated by dit- appointineot that tbe handbill was bogus and not genuine, charged that it was printed at tbe office of the Patriot and Union, a Democratic paper, and now we learn by a telegraphic dis patch, dated Harriaburg, August 6, that the editors and publisher of th Patriot md Union were that evening arrested by d'rectlon of tbe War Department, charged with Issuing treason able poster calculated to retard enlistments, and taken to Washington. Slight cause, it would seem from tbla, will auffioe to produce the arist of Democratic edi tors, on the ground of retarding enlistments, while a ranting Abolitionist ean foam and vent his spleen against the Government, and carte tbe whole system of recruiting, unmolested by Government offioials. Tbe notorious Abolitionist, Wjluah Llotd Gamisob, editor of the Bjeton Libtrator, pub lishes en bis editorial page, aa part of bis edito rial matter, two article from contributors, from which tb following extracts are taken: IS IT SO ? Ma. Garxmou: Oor local papers Inform as, tbe other dev. that amonr the speaker at ft re- cent war meeting In Leieeeter was Rev. Mr. Mayi but ae they did not Inform ne what be aid , It wt an open, and I think a fair supposition, that be, aw ttd ana mra AMiutontsi, who had long labored under the standard of M No Union with Slaveholder," -no support or or complicity with pro-slavery Government," spots againtt any oupport of thii Otorrmunt, and to aucouragi tniutnunu. out l am grunt to Uarn from an authentic lourct, that it i$ actually uting hit irfluinet to seenrs sis(mn(s under tbe recent call of the President, affirming It to be the duty of every man who can to enlist, and that he would so himself were he physically able- I am so astounded that I almost donbt whether this ean be the same Samuel May, Jr., who baa for to many years been the active and devoted General Agent of the American and Maraachusetta Anti-slavery societies, etc., etc. MR. PILLSBURY AT MILFORD. Diax GaiI80"; We anticipated a most ex oelkot and impressive meeting last Sunday, apd truly we were not disappointed- Seldom, "If ever, have the people been more deeply im pressed with the peril of tbe hour, than by the weighty words or Mr. riiisoury. a large ana attentive audience, mitre; i,ycenm Hall. " What I to be done? Thus, at the olose of tbe evening lecture, answsred ' Mr. PilUbnry: Hasten back to a recognition or yonr own man hood ol your divine origin and destiny. Bo littt wuritlttt too lotted tthtlhot down lilu dogo by Jiff. Datii and k myrmidon, and all in tki taut of ilattry! Die, rather, a home, in tht arm of loving mother and affectionate titter Nay, b tkot down, if you mutt, at hunt, and dit like a Christian, and hat tfeeenf burial, rather than g and die in thtcautt of a Union and On ernmmt baud on tlavtrv, which thould never have been farmed, and which ar blUtertd ail eter wuhtht cur let of Goatot tbe wrongs, outrage and arueltletit has Inflicted on millions of nit poor children. Speak In tone of thunder to tbe uoverncent, nntll It hear, and deolares a policy and purpose of such a obaraeter as that, It yon must die In battle, it shall at least be in tbe cause of Justice and liberty. Will tbe War Department lasuo an order for the arrest of William Llotd Gabussn, P At ari PiLuatntr, and other Abolition fanatic ho are so fierce In dissuading men from snp poriiug the Government and the Union and from enlisting In the army 1 We shall know in due time. MR. PILLSBURY AT MILFORD. A Negro Riot in Brooklyn, New York. There are two tobacco faotorles on Sedgwick street, Brooklyn, N. Y., Watsom's and LoniL laid's, In both of which, it seems from the New York Jtty papers, black are exclusively em ployedin the former about twenty and In the latter om fifty or mor. Tbe employment of negroe in these factories to the exclusion of white appear to bave excited tbe Ire cf the Irish laborer in Brooklyn. . .. -, . , Some demonstration of a dispooitlon to at tack these factorial Were made on Saturday night, August ; but no terlou damag was done. On tbe following Monday afternoon, however, four or ire hundred Irishmen, il I stated, made an assault npon Wat job' factory, with atone and brickbat, breaking almost every glass in tbe building. Tb negroe re treated to tbe upper tory and fought. It Ii laid, with desperation, until tb timely arrival of larg polio foroe put an ud to tb affray. An attempt was mad to burn th building by upsetting a pot of tar, placing wood over It and aettlog it on fir. Tb flame wsre xtlngutshed by tb exertion of th polio. Tb crowd bad now swelled to several thousands, and In dli perslng them several ot the police) as well a a number f persons in tb crowd, wr serious ly Injured. But it does not appear that any live war lost. Several arrest were mad of botb whit and blaoks. Bofor tb disturbances bad oeaaed at Wat sow's factory, the fifty blaoks at LeaiLLAao's lelt th premise and weul home. In commenting upon this tlot, the New York Ahniitinn.Rnnhllfiiti naners manifest a fiendish and diabolloal spirit. They charge it and the negro riots in the Wert upon those who, theylfor say, "are striving to excite a popular prejudice against tbe negroes." This is fafco. for nobodyl It tryug to rxoit ft prejudice againtt negroes; but a wide-spread and dcep-rootii! feeling exist against tbe employment pi blicko to tue exclu sion of white laborers, and sg&loet placing ne groes on a civil and toclal equality w'.'.h white men. Yet oerteln political demagogues, by oo means few In number or lacklrg In energy, are Striving Incessantly to sow dissensions and dis cord in lb North, In thl lime of pubiio danger and peril, by their plans for negro freedom nnd negro equality. Tbey should be opposed, not by mob violence, but by votes cast at tbe bal-lo.-boi. Tbe getters up and promoters of these or any other riot should be puuiahed as tbe law of the land baa provided. Bat the New York Timet, a Rtpublicau paper, allege) that Irishmen were wholly and exclusively to blsue for this Brook lyn mob; that the "rlugleadui t doeervo the doom of traitors," lbt is, the punishment of death, while "their dupe should all be drafiel into the army." If tbe Riipublioao-AboliiionlaU expect to allay th mob spirit by ctrrfng into effect suob propositions as these, we fear they will find tbey have entered upon the wrong path. Let all rioter who are proven guilty, bo legally punished; but all good cititena should f.owu down any attempt to resort to a reign of Illegal terrorism to crush out the mob epirit, wblcU cannot fail to have Just tbe cantrtry effect. Who is "Discouraging Enlistments." - HcMar Wabo Biechcr h tbe head and front of the radical Republicans of tbe North. Ue furnishes the brains which tur.s their machine. The way he "encourages recruiting" is the same way mat an ms luuuw-jro uuupt. u? uju: jruj the President with all the heavy epithets be can . i . .11 Li. t 1 1 . 1 . D. k.L.. I . muster, and then adde: Does any one doubt ihcreiultof such a course! It is to certain, tbat it is not worth our while to waste another man or another dollar! Eith er the AdmluUUation policy should instantly change, or tbe war cease ! He mesns nothing more and nothing lets than that oo man uodtr existing circumstances ought to enlist. Ecicant's piper (tbo N Y. Independent) has a large circulation in Ohio, especially among the Cogregatfona!iRts; and his enbsoribors teem ti be following hit advice to the letter. Getting his Deserts. A dispatch from Boston laoetloualy relate the duoking of a secersionist In the Prog Pocd of Baste n Common. Served him right. Did the audacious fool tuppose he could tbout treason noder the shadow of Bunker Hill Mon- umentT CUvtland L aitr. . . W understand that he is an Abolition Sccee- sionltt, brought np under tbe teaching and In fluence of aucb rebel sympathizers a th LeaaUr The editor of that paper had better look out! One of the Issues. Tbe 7ih resolution of tbe Demoorscy of Ooio it explioit; as foiiowt : "7th. Tbat we are opposed to being taxed to purchase the freedom of negro tlavee " The administration and the Republican abo lition party are in favor or taxing tbe people for such a purpose. The line it here distino ly drawn; tbe same question is before the people of this State, as it Is before the people of the whole Union, Those In favor of being taxed for baying negroes or as the Abolitionists call it "compensated emancipation," will vote against the Democrats next fall, and those against It will vote for the Democratic candi dates. The brglutlog has already been made in the District ot Columbia, and if a majority of the people next fall vote the opposition tick eta Congress will take it that the people are in favor of the prrject and will pats laws freeing the nigger in the Soath, makiog tbe people pay for them. Tbis matter, among many others, will be decided tbis fall by tb people. We do not say that Congress will not, in spite of an adverse decision of the people, nevertheless pursue their fanatical and rninout sobeme, yet we do eay that the people ehrtuld make their wishe known on the subjeot. If they are in favor of being taxed to buy niggers, let tberu vote with the opposition; If tbey are opposed to it let them vote with Ibe Democrats itto nsd Ado. Democracy in Monroe County. As tome radioal bave doubted tbe loyalty of the Demoorscy in tome of the Southern counties of this 8tate, we wish to give them a few facte and see if they oan outdo tbem. At Woodfield, Monroe county, the editor and proprietor of the paper publitbed at that place bave both volunteered, leaving the paper in the care of a female, a relative of both. These gentlemen previously had been accused ot en tertaining stceoh proclivities, because of their being Dereoorats. But acta epek louder tbm words. Their patriotism cannot nowbociUitd in qaeetion. As an evidence of tbe lojaity of this Democratic county, she has raised and sent twelve full companies into the field. Djs tola look ae though Monroe was even lukewarm 7 If .these accuser would only attend to their own party and furnish their lull quota of volunteers tbey would not bav time to find fault and false ly accuse other Tbe Government dote not call tpeclally for Demoorats or Republic-ins, but for patriots, and it learnt who the patriots are by fiadioc them emailed sod ready lor duty. Vlevelani flutn Dealer, a paper tbat last vear supported the bogue Union ticket. Secesh Piety. Dr. M. T. Carey, of this city, Bur peon 43 (h Ohio, taken prisoner at Shilob, now Post Sur geon at Camp Chase, givee tbe following anco dote in a narrative of bie experience at a prisoner! At a minister or tne gospel wat conauct'.og tbe service bat ft few Ssbbatb tioce, in a military ctmp near tbe city (Tntcalnosa), he took occasion to read to the troop (for their eoneolation In these timet of want and starva tion), the ninth obapter of St. Luke, In whiob it narrated the miracle of Christ f eediug tbe mnlititndo, and when be earn to the 16. h verse, which reads as follows "When be took the five loavee and two fishes, and looked op to Heaven, be blessed tbem aud brake and gave to tbe disciples to top bsfor tb multitude (which waa abont 6,000) And tbey did eat and were all filled; and there waa taken np of fragment tbat remained twelve baskets." After be baa tan eonoiuded, stalwart ana rattle butternut clad Individual creeobed out at the top of bie voice, saying. "Bully for CkrUtl I with wt had him for our eommxttary intttod of old John ShtUon, th dd ningy old brut." "Discard Party." That sort of tuff I all "very fine," gentle men, bat It "won't hold water." If yon believe wbat von teach, wby not let the example? Why yonr disgusting and eternal prating about the "nigger" and "nipger equality" ana nigcer emancipationi" Why your loeeasant "bully ragging" of "Old Abe" because be refute to land bimself to all th Insewe scheme of crack brained Abolition fanatic and conspirator T Why your clamor for e "polloy of one idea" (th"irreprerlbl nigger," of course), and tbe inly idea your brain pan seem large enough to AflcammodatoT Whv tou libelous and dls- eraoeful Imputation on the loyalty ot the Democratic party! Why yonr attempts to mniile free nreaa. Suppress free speech, and rush out every mau, however loyal In hi act and utterances, who win not worsnip your ain oan (tod with atupld, silly and lanatioal devotion, and who will not indorse evwy rash, unconsti tutional and impolitic prcjeot th Garrison and Lovejoya may propose for Ait benefit and for th becirartand degradation iof white men t Mis erable demagogue and hypocrites! the people understand you and your "no-party" dodge, and will pelt you with ballot this Fall till your head aobe and your oheeks crimson, If they are not too brsseo for ft blush. Wawaestar (Pe ) Mtttngtr. , aaaassasMamsjaaaaaaaBM i ' Local Matters. I Tat 0 P -At ft recent election of officer the Ohio Penitentiary, J. A. Dean, was ehoeen Deputy Warden;' Theodore E. .Hewitt, Clerk ; Rev. J . L. Grover, Chaplain,'' Dr. 8. - iiovicg; rejsician, yrto mra,; j. o. ,thbuu, M.itron. " s Tbe number of oenviots In the prison Is eight hundred anJ tllrty-fonr, of whom twenty are females, and sixteen Insane. UT The U. S. Circuit Court, sitting at Cin cinnati, adjourned on Wednesday nntll the firt Monday to September.- - s ' v Tut Doctors. Nearly throe hundred Sur geons fro a all part of the State presented tbemnelvi on Wed cos day btfore the Medical Board for examination. Two hundred and fjrtv were examined. It is said two hundred ar t will receive certificate of qualification. Mihchant Tailoring. We call the atten tion of the readers of the Stattinan to the ad vcitiseoieut of Mr. P. Rots, Merchant and Mili tary Tailor and Dealer In Gents' Furnlthlng Goods, which will be fonod elsewhere In this morning' paper. Mr. Rose bts an elegant as eortmeut of goods fur gentlemen' wear; and hit long experience in catting and manufactur ing clothing for military men ae well a drill ant, cannot fail to intor entire tatisfactioo to all who may favor him with their patronage. lis material ot ell kinds id of the very best, and bis cutting and putting together are done io a proper manner. Military officers and oth er) who want oulnte equal Io tht very best will do well to give him a call. IirjitTANT Oaoi. At the session of the U.S. Circuit Court, in Clncionat!4on Tuesday last, Judge Swayne issued tbe following trupor- l taQi oder, which, it is said, the new Cletk, Gen- o.ai Ge'ger, will enforce to the leit.r: It ii ordered that, instead of personal security for ccste, tbe plaintiff may deposit with tbe Cloik of tbis Court such sum as tbe Clerk may deem sufficient, and the amount may b Increas ed from time to lime ae tbe Court or either of the Judgea thereof may direct It ws further ordered tbat tbe tax noon any process or piper to be Usued from the Clerk's cflhe of this Court Shall be pttd to the dcrk bclore such paper tr process is Leued. A vet ao a Aoi or thx Widc Awas. Fortj- six yeats 1 ST Tbe London, Madison county, Democrat, "of Thursday, has a list of subscriptions to tbe " War Fund" in tbat coonty, amounting in the aggregate to $5,116 . . ; RtricsHiNQ in Hot Wiathi Loitering yesterday about the Postofflce buildiog, which Sohueller's Drug Store adjoin?, we picked up a bit ot soiled paper, on which was (ascribed tbs fol!oUig: Like tht strewn from rock cap, Toanlof down las dsbcisId, . , i , Is lit liquid boiling up From tcliutller's Soda fountain. Colchis. July 26, 1803 All peit'jns indebU to ut, either by note or on account, are heieby notified to make pay ment on or before the 10th of September next. We shall leave for collection all claims not paid by that time. STONE 4 O'HARRA: julj28-d4tw6w. "J Hroioif'a Ukbjvalid Tooth Pati. Th best Dentifrice now in use. Clean, wkittm sad at the tame time prttertet the Teeth: HeoXi diteaitd Oun and PuriJUt the Breath; PossefB es neither Alkalut, Acid or any injurious tub stance. Well known and reliable persoo recom mend it hiohlt. It tffcott are always pleasant. Try it. Sold at Studer'i Periodical btand, and at Samuel's, Marple'e. Schucllcr's, Fitk at Rldg way's, and Wilson's Drug Stores, and by gocd Druggist every wherOj , i - - -. July 11, 1862-dly. . ; '. . v i CT The attention of tbe trade la directed Io LacelleRofls dcCo-'s large Invoice of old Boar bun, MononesheU and Rye Whisky; also pure Wines and Brandie of all kinds, which tbey are selling at extremely low figures, consider ing tbe present high prices of liquors of all kind;. Persons wishing to buy will do well to call at their store. No. 224 South High street. dtf To the Democracy of Franklin County. Notice I hereby given to tbe Democracy of Franklin eounty to meetoa Friday, Angnat 22d, 1662, between the bonra of three (3) and tlx (6) o'clock, P. M-, in tbe townships, and seven (7) and nine (9) o'olock, P. M.,ln the wards at th usual plaocs of holding elections, except Nor wich township, which will be held at Hilllard's Suiiou, to appoint delegates to attend , the County Convention to meet in the City Hall in the city Of Colujihus, on Saturday, August 93d, at 10 o'olock, A. for the purpose of nomi nating county officers, consisting of Clerk of tho Courts, Prosecuting Attorney, County Com. mlseloner. Infirmary Director, Couoty Surveyor, and appointing a County Central Committee. And at tbe aame time and place, one Congres sional delegate will bo appointed from each township and ward. Tbo following is tbe num ber of delegates atlotted to eaoh ward and town ship, based upon the vote bast for Governor In 18C1, allowing one for each fifty, and an addi tional delegate for eaolt fraction of twenty-five voles so cast : 1st Ward Mifflin ad " S OHdwh 3d . " ................ S'Phsron "v Town's s 1 a 8 4th - " 7iWashlBiioo 5th .14 Perry Montgomery Xown'p , Msdlton ' . Hamilton " . Trnro " . Jeflsrson " Plain ' . Blsndon " . . 7 Nonrica . 7 Brown . S Prslrls . llrUssant . 4 Jsokson . 4 franklin . Si ... I ... 1 ... S ... ... I 1st Ward will meet At North Engine Hons. U ' ' - ' Buckeye Hotel. 3d " " ' City Mayor' Offite. 4th " " " Slmonton's Exobacge. 5th ". South Engine House. WM. DOMIGAN, ! L E. WILSON. j JOS. FALKENBACH, M. L- DOHERTY, ' a -a .o y::: Patrick dunn, I A G. H1BB3, : JACOB ARNOLD, j MOSES SEYMOUR, , WM. COOPER, ! . County Central Cemmitle, DR. ROBT. THOMPSON i Surgeon & iPhvsician. OSe High Btrt, Koxtk W Bros! Oft'. 18). , Hasldao, M. foorth Market) Strsat, atar eoratt f Sprloir. t - ' JO Dr. ., at Iwrttofor, treats all lists of "(lolnnDa, Dse. O. lMt4Wtr.' : ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY CLERK. IfllTOtt Itatssha'. Hsms anBounct BaVI W. Baooxs at a taadldatt for the arBct of Olsrk of tht fianklla Ooaaty Ooartt, latjsot t tbs Ssmoeratlt Oonatr KomlnatlDi Oosrsntloa, and oblige vu - - - ' HaMT DlMOORATIc INFIRMARY DIRECTOR. tMToai IfATisHAM'-aanoanee ins aamt of Oavuxa Oai for aomlnattoa bsfort th Dsaooratlo Ooaaty Con vtntlon for Inflmary Dltsctor- , July 30. ' ' " M1KTT0I1BI; PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. IbitoU Onto Itatkmam: PIssm anntunot tlu namt of HtiiTO B. Ham as a osndldsU for th aot ef Pros teutlog Attorney of Prsnkltn county, aabjsst to tht de cision of tht Dtmotrattt Convention, and oblige Julj PIM00AH. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Ins. gTAiasHAit: tht namtrou frlsnds of Jom at. Kaana, In-, -and ht bat a frtat many frlsnds art tslroo that kt sbsald itetivt tht nomination at tht ap proaching Dsmcorstlc Oonvsntlon for loflrmary SI rtotor. kt r. Kotrat It wsll known at a gsntlsmsn of inttlllgsnsss aa actlvt, praotioal btuinsti man, and hit probity and hoatsty art ptjoni suspicion. No oat weald mors otrtfally gnard Ike Intsrsst of tbs Institu tion, or took mors oarslully to tht wants and manigt- mtntof tht nnfortanat paiiaoti. ' Bo, 1st ut tlsct suck a aua. W;tny add tbat kt It a etrotsd, eofllnohlnc Union Democrat. ' ' ' MANY FHI1NDI. - tsiToat or Ta Oaio Bttuma Plesjs annonnes tht aamt of J. W Btkm u a oaadldatt for nomination forthtofDot of County Oommltilontr, tnbjcet to tht decision of th Dsmosratl County Convention, and oblige ... A D0X Of DBMOOBATS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Parlor ( Entertaliiments, TBI . . WEBB SISTERS, MISSES EMMA'dt ADA, ' WILL APPIiB At THE COLUMBUS ATHENEUM, Tuesday and 'Friday Evenings,' . Angnat Kth and Stbi IN A VARIETY OFCHARACTERS, WITH SONGS AND DANCES. angS-dtd, PAPER FOR THE STATE 'EaLID PB0PO8A18 WILL BH RICKIVKD AT ) the offlct of th Bocrsttry of Stats, nntll Monday, the 1st day, of September - .! . next, at noon, j , . lor furnishing Paper for tht ast of tht Stat of Ohio, as follows: 000 reams donbls snorr-oral orlntln paosr, 7k by 41 lnohts, to wslgk not lest Uiaa 58 ponnds to tb ream. 1G0 reams douslt flat osp, 16 hi VI lsohe, to wtlgh at lent Stl pounds to tht ream. . 100 reams brochnrt eovar pipsr. assorted eolort, SO by 87 Inches, to wlB at lout SO pounds to th ream.' The qnantltlss above named to ba Increased at tht op tion Of tht Secretary of Butt. Bids must da aooomranlsd by samplas of tht paper, and most sptelfy tbe prlc at which ttoh kind and qual ity will bs dsllrtrtd at th Stats Haas la Oolumbus; ao samplts of an Inferior artlol need b prssanud; tht pa per mult OS or US Mil quant. Tha dsllrerr ef th snDerroyal and oovsr psptr to aomasno on tht 1st of HoTsnbsr nsxt ansalng, and oootinus ss tbs pspsr shall bsnasded. ,. Th dsllrerr of diubts fist cap to oomwssot oa the 1st diy of Cscembtr nut, and aeatlna as abort. Bonds, with approved ttcarlty. In doubls th smoant of thtoBtr,ct, will be required (aoeordlDg to law), eon ditionas for iba faithful psrrorssaaa ol sack eon tract. The bids to bs mace and tbs eon Irate awa'ded to ac cordance with th terms of tb act "To pro-rids for tr pure bus of stationery, luel and other artlelss for tbs Oensrsl Assembly and State officers," passsd At arch 11th, less, tee Ourw. xltB; Bwan's Butt. ro8. Bills to ttlntortsd on ths tnvslopea, "Proposals for funlshing pspst for the Btats." - .. , ; Bidders ere assured tbat no paper wfll bs recelred un lets It conforms in srary rsspesi with th sample. TAuprovtilonwSl be ttrlctty adhered t. - W.' SBNNOII, ' Beoretaryof Btatr. Ooluobus, Ohio, Aug. I, UOS-dtd NEW GOODS! AT P. R O S B'S. HAVING J08T BBOBITID FROM NEW TOBK AH alesant assortmsnt of Ooods tcr Osntisman't wear, I am now prepared to offer to my old patrons an others, grsat inducements In ths selection of garments for tht coming tesson. ' ' l navt a urge etoci or , . Cloths, Cassiineres aud Vestings, And a genetal sssortmont of I UKNI8HINQ G00D8 of ths Biobsat and Hsatsst Btyles in ths ktarket, all of which I am selling at ths CHBAPJST P081IBL1 KAIIS SO OabH. - ; Ipeolal Attention Paid to Military Offlcerr Clotning. BtTing had lotg sxperlenceln tht Cat and atanufseiut of OIM0SR8' OLOIHINO, I feel eonfldsat I eta glv tntirs sstitfactlon to all my patrons. r. tWBB, Mtroluot Tailor, Oor. High s Town stt., auglMSw Oolumbus, 0. raao. j. ri, j. a. nota. ton r. wnmitta. FAY. AEEREAMER & WHEELER, ATTORNEYS FOB CLAIMAJITS. Office, No. tlT Carpenter' Bnlldlng, Uln Street, Calnntbu. Onlo. ABB MOW PRBPABID TO FROBEOUTB 'ALL Claim t for Irsnsiont, Bonnty Land, Lost Eorsas, an other property. XSouxxty Money, and all arrran of pay (or Widow r Heir of deceased Soldiers, Back pay dus rsslgnsd Oflloiri and dltohargtd Boldlers XNVAJL1D 3PKNBIONa All Offlosrt and Boldnrs of th war with Oreat Britain, ths Indian WAta ar the war with Mexioo. who were woand- sd, diseased or otherwlss disabled wbll in the asrrlc of tb United fitatss, ' ' AttE UNTITLED TO PENSIONS. tor loldlsra who hare become disabled whlls slthsr In ths thus months', or thn years' aarrlot la this present war. Bonnty money for tack at hart been dliebargsd for wounds or dlseas eontrscted whilt Io th asrrlos. Oolieot all military claims against th units states, or any of tbs Western States. Ws malt oo charges nntll tht claim Is oollaeted. , Apply or address VAT A MBBHlAktlB, No. 1 17 Oaipeoter'e Building, High Blxant.Oslambai Jaly-3md. .... . .-, - , v. - - : - EC. T. -W UA-aXXa, . 1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law ; NOTARY PUBLIC, r , Off ICI Mo. 57 HIGH 8TRBIT, ODBOB BUILD ING, pposlt ths Btat Boos. ' Ooliectlons and other matters proatptly attended to. Befsmoas gives wbsa required oovt-ly , " w t, V. BlKOHAlf V? ' . a. a'eorrxr. ' BTSGHAM i M'GTJFFEi', ' ATTOMIEYS AT LAW , COLJJMBUS, OHIO,.,, OniOI-In Headley, Kberly A Blchards' Building 90 Boath High Stmt. ItpR-dly. Qcxirs H0TJB1H0LD timtlf. Tablt Dtauuk. , . '" -'t.t 1 for sals by '"' j.-, ' T ' B AIM A BON, JotitS -r' t . t9 leatk HlgkStmt Pltvla Prab Alpacas rrtSI Ktwayt and most sty lWh SravtH In tjAiartaL . Ulllins on8 nittauiBilbltrttte Fnelfoitlie Etato. . - nAnnaa.a Wll.l, It3 HE S.tlbtofflT. 'tato. until afONDAT, TM 1ST PAT Of BIPMMBER SEXT, At U o'olock at., lor famishing tht BUI of Ohio with fuel, a follswsi 80,000 Bushtls Coke, to weigh net last Ihan 40poondi to ths bushel. . . '. ' J.0OO Baeksls Ooal, to bs of ths kAttqaalitr-equsI at least to ths lower rein of Hooking coal, and free from tlata, slack and dirt. . .. .-. li Oords of Wood, th sam to bo dry Hickory, Bstob, or Sugar, four feet In length, straight tnd wtU spill,-- Tht fuel to be delivered, without charge for ituch dc llfry,atthtBta't House in Oolumbui. Proposali to bs ascomptnltdby tsmplss,nd to speci fy ths kind, quality and pries of tht luel propessd to bs furnished. , . ,i I Isch Contractor will bo required to glv bonds, with approved securitf , In doubls the amount of tht con usor, conditioned for tht faithful performance of bit oontraot, -J . , t. 0 1 -.Iff- ' '' Tbt bids t be made and th oentraott to bs awarded In accordance with ths terms of ths act sntltled "An act to provide forth purobaee of Stationery, fuel, and other artloletfor tht Oeneiat Assembly sad State offloers," ssssed Msrch 11, 1H&8. , ' (la Bwan's Boy. Btatuiss, 688.) I Bids to bs Indorttd on th envelop, "Propotslt for furnishing fuel for tht Stat.Tj I fuel furnished by the contractor must In all eatsi bs in nn. lit. to the aunnla. Tkit rvUvilt Otrif idly enforced. , , : , ke1Im01,.:") ' . .. . ' Becrttary of Btat. Oolumbot. Ohio, August 1, 18$).. . ... ; , - i augltssulit. , i' . IZtativlili OoBiitrcopy.l . . " 05th BEOIMEN T O. Vi , I. Sharpshooters V, Ann ; . . .. I It I P Xh 33 ;M' 33 3JsT f ATTENTION!! -trOVH CODBtTBT KEEDB TOO. AND NOW YOU X nay tne oeet oppunuunj i bu.,,...vv.. -m . .... . MJ PS ouerea, wwue iir. ABLB-DOTJIBD XOVNO MEN AOOEPTXD. The Inducements offered to'joan mtn enlisting now should bring yoa out If you hays any PATBI01IO niuTK - ilnn'tnll la ba drafted but come end Join us, io wsoin go into lorrlce Immediately. SIXTT UOLLAHf IN AHVANCB, ... as roLLOws: . .' .! . . Retnlar bounty, U Military commute, ; on month- aocru,, . - '- ' I, B. POTTS. - i i i -. ' ' -h i, W. ELDBIDGB, ' ' Beerultlng Officers. vt - ttv. . v-mim RarV an Tfiem street alsoon the corner of Friend and High street,, orer tb I lore oi Jonn a. sortie.. i aug.8-dtf. ! Closing Out Prices. FiST-Oolored Ltwot v Orgaodiee. Bhtphard's Oheeks. . , English Borages . . Pails Printed Begrages....... InMtln, ntnvhune.. ....m. 10 and 1K oentt. ...lZXandlSotntt. ...lSHcentt. ...lOcsots. ...WX to Si cents. KM to 10 cents. : wrayenawi Borages, ayaniewiira, ., TraTcling Dress floods r 10, 18X, 14cU Parasols and Bun Umbrellas--"ery Cheap. . :.l . : BAIN A BON.t janeS . '. No. 90 South High Street. HEADQUARTERS .i. OF THE ' GStH IlSaGHlvtiaBbTT? j ; ... . (. , RECRUITS WANTED I0R THIS RIU1U8NI1 SIXTY DOLLARS BOUNTY : . ; PAID FOB, EACH EECBUiT. ; ' RECRUITING OFFICE ! No. 7 South High St. (Over Main' Grocery Store.) j E L. TAYLOR, Capt. . A. V. PETERS, lit Lieut. JOSIAH BARBER, 21 " aug.a-dlOd W. R. KENT, AUCTIONEER- i Auotlbu. Galon C O M M I 8 8 1 O N ROOMS No; 102 South High. Street.' I AiTI NOW PHEPAHEOTO Hecnlve on Oomarbnlon erery dsecrlptko of property, such as Dry floods, Groceries, Liquors, furniture, Cairlsgst, Horse, ste. . U I also Intsnd to drtots my attention to sales of Beat Bstat and Personal Property, at any point, within twen ty miles ol tns uity. O AucUon Bales try tvenlng. (Toniliinnents reeDSatfully Solicited I hay a large room oyer my sa let-room, for ttortgs purposes. . .. ' , : . " , BEf ERENOEB I f t Kslton, Bancroft A Co... D. T. Woodbury A Co,, J.AT. I. Miller, etone A Lewie, nailer, arotner ea vo-, 7 W. H. Bsstleaux, mayio-ly . John Geary A Son. Olson t thrall. , dm. adoltjs's Select School for Young Gentl'meii A T FMlBAL HOUSE, TWO ITsiXfcS l r.k ,i.iim Hilt rha raoHi of atutW am- braces th Ancltnt ana moaern iangaigce, v-neiucr with uatnsaauas, rtataru rniiosupa , natiua, and Chemistry. . ' irK. . tti iMitph en1 (larmin laneuares oon- ttltutet a prominent feature of tha School. Assisted by teacher 01 eminence in science, uia miiu tided In promising his pupils all lbs benefits of a Euro pean education. ' irk. a.ku.1 la .m..M altnt,d tin an eTtenllYR ram: tha honaa is aoommodieus buildiog, measuring 17S feet mrroni. . . . . . Tb School continues to atiiion aunng tne not seon. as th refreshing rural scenery in which It is located holds out g'Sit advantages. I ' Tma InMlnrftn fcnltlnn. hoard. WAlhioa . fuel, llffht. etc., SS0 per annum, payable quarterly In advance. airntucMt Hon. Btlau Bturer. Prof. Geo E. Dsy, Lane Semina ry, 8. P. Oary, Eiq., Wm. P. Halkert, Btq., Robert atltoniu,asq.,miitoa Dayier, r-iq . tion. ueorge iioia lee. Key. H. Alltn. President Wesleyan female Oollem, DaTld Gibson, Kiq., H. Kesilsr, Esq-. W. B. Wright, Eiq., Hon. I. B. Stallo, 0. V. Adas, Erq., B. Bomans, Jr., Waehlngtoa McLean, Esq., K. P. Btarr, Esq., tto. jBiyxvu. , 4 r ' , ' ., i v.; Rebel Notes I Rebel Notes I , ... -i . . i , . i .i . , Jost the Thing for the Times. 1,000 Agentg Wanted. Ten Different Rebel .Notes . bent jobi-paid on beceipx ot .25 Cents in Postoffice Stamps. Agent an the) Tyade Sn?plld at l.ftO pat 100, ar 10 per 1,000. Aaytnermtlo geatlemsaor lady ean make 14U within tht next thirty dsyt, telling ....... Confederate t Scrip ! Tar Wit r'xr!na; gTI want ivsry tgtnt In tht country to engage In tht ATP. 8. Cos t tccompany ah order inva - v, i nv 1 Address, ' ' ' j, H. BTUDEB. g, , , .. WEattBtaUBtmkOolumbni.Oh JoneSo-tf -i - - - ' ' ' J - J i - Paris lustrinas, Ft JtravtllBi Drettes, very ttyllih and letitat. - -r - BAIN A BON, Jane B South High Stmt. VAII AMSUHOH & GO'S Mammoth Menagerie A0 GREAT MORAL 1XDIBIT10N !xiytt 3ri-oait, MoxiASer. Colossal Golden Chariot. Van Ambnrgh fc Oo. take both prklonnd pleasure In calling the attention of a disorlmln rtting publlo to the fttct that tlioy (with a determination to cnet aside every opposition of -whatsoever kind or nature,) have expended on this Eatau llshmenttuo enormous turn of 9100,0001 to make It surpass anything the world ever before hava seen. It now rises pre-eminent over every competitor. All the atl vantages that yealtb. talent and experience could command, haro boon brought Into requisition In start! a this gigantic enterprise. Re cently, whllo Mr. Van Am bnrgn was in forolgn eoun tries, collecting; Animals for this Menafrerio, reports of his death were circulated, but VAN AKBUEOH STILL LIVES and will aocompanjr tho M nagorlo, and bear living testi mony that he Is aordtadj This Comvlete IWcnaerio, The only one la America, In an enllre new outfit, . Willi new Horses, ' ' New Silver-mounted Harness, New Colossal balden t harlot, New Gonreously Pnlnted Cases. New Spring Wsioni, and New Six centre-pole Canvass, Six Timen as Xare;e ae any ordinary Circus I Th nnparallelled and most triumphant success which has attended this time honored Institution, is without prece dent. The Menagerie In thn streets, about 10 a.m., will form A Moving Panorama 1 In Oriental Splendor, nearly one mile in length, tStTFREE TO ALL. 6 The immense Pavilion will accommodate many thous ands ; to all 'Who may desire can tee MVI.VO WILD ANIMALS from every clime ; alto, The Great Van Amburgh Jt-"it1l The Original &ion and Tiger Tamer 1 - Performing Animals. ' Pan Ltoni Mark Tiger, Spotted Tiger, African Panther, threi Ben gal Leopardt.pair Asiatic Leopards. The folio wing; was taken from the living; animals, In New xorsr, Jiiarcn m, imt, una may bs considered A Connect List or Annul. War Elephant Hannibal, Perform ing Elephant Tippoo Saib, ZVw Mammoth Elephant!, Four Liont and Ltonusei, .Astatic and African, South American Jauotr, African Panther, Spattid Tiger, Blade Tiger (onJy one in Ameiiea ) Lionea, thru young Bengal Leopardt, thru Atiattcand African Ltopa'di. young Ltovatd. six month) old. Strivtd Hyena, (only one in America) N. Jt '"m J Jot F an I fnf itwr ted Hitna, young Lion, three year ' Ud, voir Valijomta vancing trrtx Kly Bears, Black Wolf, Prairie Wolf, Grtv Wolf. Zebra, (vruented to Mr. Past Amburgh by the Earl of Vrby. England,) Auvtan voat, , Lop-Eared Valley Goals, (only onet tn America.) Black Lama, Alpaeca Sheep, or White Lama, Bed Peru ' wait Lama, or Vicuna, American j Tallow Deer, African Bison, or Buffalo, three African Gazelles, (only ones nhibited in America it S years.) pair of Roe Bucks, or Asiatic Antelopes, Pecara, or Mexi can Wxid Hog, South American Augota.Java Hare, Tiger Cat, or vcetot, xuner, or water car, pair Ichneumons, White around Hog, and Coons, pair Ant Eaters, Guinea PigsvtUhout number, English Hart Black and White Rabbits, the finest Collection of Birds ever exhibited, pair officio Holland Croum Crane, South Ajnerican Condor, the largest Bird that flies, pair White Swans, African Pelican, IhreeQoldtn Pittas ants, three Sdvir J'heaiants, pair Bohemian Pheasants, pair English Pheasants, Chinese Fur Hen, South American Power, three Spanish Macaws, pan i. ampxeo farrots, five South American Parrots, pair Ring Voces, pair Eevptinn Geese, Greenland Goose, pair of Poland Fowls, pair White Coeatoos, Red Ainf rarrot from Australia, Green Queen Parrot from Australia, Hew Holland Cocatoo, Grey garrets, Paroquets. Also, a Family of Mon- keys, Owls, Pigtons and Carrier Doves, Happy amily of Monkeys, Apes, Baboons, Ichneumons, Dogs, Lars, fc, living Harmoniously to gether' A pupil of The GRSAT VAN AM2URGBL Will enter the Dens of Traintf . Animals. Also Will be introduced the Great War Eltpliant Hannibal, IS. T. Tbojus, Keeper, performing t mepnani 1 tppoQaaio, ixamerl by Prof. Najuj, Ponle,. Monkey?, Mules, Ac. Don't fail to sue TUB G0RGE0U3 PROCESSIO.V, 11 At io A.m., pracedod by the QOLDEN CHARIOT, tTnwt n t Mia. Oto Horn'B Oornot Band r?7r?-J' At Columbus, Monday, Aug, 18. Doors oprn tt 1 J tnd 7 o'olock. Admlulon U ttatt Mo half price. tug7-9tdASIt I ' '. l V J. Or. Bull. K. F. IS'eiirwemdr. BULL & NEISVENDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. -ornoi- In Jolinson Buildincr, , , , No. 107 Soath High Street, Oolvirtatoxxs, Olaio. w IU PHOHIPTLT ATTEND TO an Business entrusted to ineir car. Bald B. C. Nelswendtr Is alio prepared to obtain Penal oca, $ 1U0 Bounty, and Pay of Arrearages dot beat tbe flovemuient u tb Boldlers; or, li dead, the to their widows, cbtldrsn, father, mother, or tain it law maylO'OS-dly Mediqal -Notice . to i Families of Volonlci ;er9. MTPUOFEBaiONALBERTICESARB htrawllh la.il..A . at. m i tr . " iiuueitutv tut tftauilivji gjj VOIUDteMri (crtalKmly) reeldlnf la Oolaabutor TloUlty. tntl re telling veetc&l ferTioM. durinr the wr. tTsfftAAt ttwA ea.tJu OJrTF U. i 1 . . v""1 iAt atjiAcuvj orvi ayvuUB B-aKu ttrW ' ' " ' ' r ' "EO. W. AtABIJ. Elegant' riaia Black Silki," 1OT0S'ttttUred,t etnU tod 11.00, ?PaBjAju , . "BAISAIOK, Street. r-.i m &5