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OOLTJMBTJB, OIIIO: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1863. I II. PK I TENGI Lh A CIO.. "ii. 37 Tark Row, New York, and 6 State Street, Boetoo, K rs our enenls Id those oltles, and in authorised to take Advertisements And nbserlptiena for mm oar Lovett Kudu. . Democratic State Ticket. ' ' rot O0VMN0I, I.KMENT L. VALLANDIGHAM, Of Montgomery Couutv. L1IDTINANT GOVIRMOI, GEORGE E PUOH, of HamUiou. AUDITOl OF tTATI, J.I.IAM HUBBARD, of Logan TREitUkIR OV STATE, HORACE S. KNAPP, of Ashland. scriui JUDGE, P. VAN TRUMP, of Fairfield. wiiD or ruiLio woiki, JOHN H. HEATON, of Belmont. Thanks. We desire to thknk the man? fricnh of the 8tatiimn, who called ooi n on Wednesday, Thuisdaj and Friday, lor their welcome rieito, aid for the substantial tckmi of their regard and appreciation. Their words of appio?al,o cheer, an i their Hate ol inbtorlbore, with the ocotppaojlDg caah, go very far to light n the arduous duties and labors of an establishment likfl this. The delegations who honored ni with their kindly greetings and their cheers, and the bands that serenaded os while the city was full of Demoorats, will all lomideruur re sponses as barng been made at the p:o;cr time and la the mofct appropriate manner. The Journal on the Democratic State Convention. The flttt article under the editorial bead in the Journal of Friday morning, June 13, beus tie title of " The Copperhead Convention " That Is the term by which that piper, la ao oordance with the usages of its party, chooses to designate the Democratlo State Convention, which as-embiei in thin city on the day preood icg. And it designates all who participated io that great outpouring of the people of Obiowas ' Copperheads." Itis well nndersload in what sense the Jjurnal and kindred prints nse the term "Copperhead." With then it means a rebel, a traltjr and a sympathiser wlih rebels and traitors It is thus published io the world, for the " aid and cimfort" of those io rebellion against the Constitution and laws of the country, that a great portion, and it may be, a ma jority of the people of Ohio, are not only their warm sympathialng iriends, but their alders and abetters. This proclamation Is evidently made from a set Sled design to afford all the aid end enoouragemeit possible to "rebels Id arms," by assuring them that if they persevere, sncoess most crjwn their efforts, be cause they have the support of a Urge and in creasing party in the North, which will soon assume tje reins of power and grant all they can ask or desire. The Journal is carefnl to remove all doubt that could arise in any one's mind as to the meaning It attaohes to its favor ite term "Copperhead," and as to its object In making its charges ol treason and complicity with treason against the Democrats and con servatives of Ohio and other Northern States. It says that "pursuant to the orders Issued from their Confederates la Dixie, the Convention the Democratic State Convention nwnlcated Vallak dioh am as their gubernato rial candidate." The hypocrisy and malice of this charge are unquestionable. It is made by those who know It to be f alee, and wtose object Is two fold to fasten upon the minds of their followers and dupes the Impression that their neighbors and personal friends who happen to differ with them in politlos, are t3 be bated, avoided and persecuted as rebels and traitors, and to assure the rebels In the Sooth that they have only to fight on and never lay down their arms; for a large and growing party In the Worth which will sooa be In the ascendant, stands ready to obey their behests and to ac knowledge the Independence of their Confeder acy. The motives whiob prompt the leaders and jour nalists of a party to make charges like these charges which they know and believe to be ut terly false and groundless against one half or more of the people of a great law-abiding and Vnlon-lovlng State like Ohio, are apparent to every thoughtful man. They eeek to sow ill will and dissension In the community, and to ezolte mobs and oivll war In the North, that they may have an excuse for depriving their political opponents of the common rights of clt laenship, for Inaugurating a "reign of terror" and establishing a military despotism such, as they allege, has been established in the Souti, and which many of them reoommend as worthy of imitation by our national authorities. Bat these "snakes In the grass" who, under the mask ol loyalty and a pretended love for the Union, are seeking to rob us of our liberties snd to complete the destruction of the Union already beguo, would do well to take warning In sea son, or they will be crushed beneath the tread ol an aroused and Indignant people. An Incident of the Convention. At the Democratio State Convention, last Thursday, immediately after Gov. Midill had esnoluded his speeoh, opsn taking the cbatr as President of that body, a delegate frim Ham ltcn county, ou behalf oi Mrs. A Bisdsall, of Newtown, presented to blm a beautiful boquet Id honor of C. L; Vallandiqham. It was re ceived by the President, who, io a few appro priate words, tendered the thanks of the Con vention to Mrs B. the wildest enthusiasm per vading the vast assemblage while this was go ing on. . Tee negro-freeing and negro-arming Dli- anlonists are howling terribly just now. Their ories of anguish and despair arise In hollow tones from thousands of'oontraotors, offloe hold ers and gourmands of Government pap. Their name is Legion. Now tbey see their craft hi in danger, and henoe raise horrible yells like those poets deeoribs as eoholng through the In fernal regions. ' A irxciAt dlspatoh to the Cincinnati OtzeUt dated Murfreesboro, June 11th, says that it Is ooderstood that Vaxlakdioham will proceed to lomt Southern port row for Hassan. The Committee ask the President to Restore Mr. Vallandigham to his Home. The following it one of the resolutions adopt ed by the great Demooratlo State Contention, wbioh was held In this city, on Thursday last: Thatwerespeotfully but most earnestly oall unon the President of the United States to re store Clement L. Vallandlgham to his home In Ohio; aad that a committee or one Irom eaon Congressional district ot tbe state, to be select ed bv the oresidinf offloer of this Convention, Is hereby appointed Io present Ibis application to tbe fresideot. The President of the Convention has appoint ed tbe following committee to discharge that duty: 1st Distrlot George H. Pendleton, 3J " Alexander Long. Sd David A. Houk. 4th " J. F. McKinnev. 5th ' Francis C. LeBlond. 6th " C. A White. 7th " Samuel S. Cox. 8 q Thomas W. Bartley. 9th W P.Noble. lOih " A. L Backus. 11th W. A. Hntchins. 12.h " William E. Flock. 13th " John O'Neill. 14th " George Bliss. 15th 11 James R Morris. 16th ' J. W. White. 17m Louis Sobeeffer. 18th W.J.Gordon. 19th ' M. Birchard. Thirteen members of this committee are Congressmen. The entire committee is made up of able, disoreet and judicious men, who will discharge tbe duty assigned them in a most satlsfao'ory manner. Prorogation of the Illinois Legislature by Governor Yates. Governor Yates, on Wednesday morning, June lOih, addressed a communication to tbe General Assembly of Illinois, then in session at Springfield, adjourning that body to the Sat urday next preoeding tbe first Monday In Jan nary, 1865. The Lieutenant Governor declared the Senate adjjuroed j but the House continued lu session, and tbe Senate afterward reaesem bled- An address to the people, sotting forth the facts In the case, was prepared, and signed by every Demooratlo member. An attempt was made to pass the soldiers' relief bill, but it fail ed through want of a quorum. The DemooraU Io State Committee have taken action to secure a subscription for such relief at the Democrat Io mass meeting on tbe 17th. The Demooratlo membcrj, fioding themselves powerless to trsnsaol bnslness, retired fliellr, without ad journment Vicksburg. Our carrARnnndent at Waahlnolnn loot ,n ing sent ns a dispttch wbioh we believe to have L - f 11 D , . . ueen u ms nrii mmrunnji. uniinnnniniy nil hapi decisive events at Vlcksburg." i ae war utuce suppressea nts aiapMoo Oar readers nan draw thnlr nmn InlAHnnoa - ' - wna. wwawyue. from this f Ant hnl nup TnApInna nf ,Ka less, meroenary and arbitrary censorship at rr uuiDgwa leaas ns ro oeueve thai persons in power are again speculating upon the suffer ings of Amerioin soldiers or trifling with the N. Y. World, June 11. Is this Treason? The Union as it was will never bleas the vision or any pro-slavery faoatlo or secession sympathiser, and it never onght to. It is a thing of the past, hated of eveiv Patriot, and destined never to curse an honest people, or oioi me pages oi Ulster again. The Chicago Tribune, an Abolition paper, said this. Is It treason t Tbe Union shall never, with my consent, be rMtarwt nndm tbe Conesitutluu as is is, Wllb slavery to be protected by it. Thaddkus Stivin, the Abolition leader la the House of Representatives of the last Con gress, said this. Is it treason Better recognise the Southern Confederacy at once, and stop this effusion of blood, than to continue in this ruinous policy, or have even a restoration or tbe union as It was. Cabsidj M. Clat said this while the Admin istration was pursuing a conservative policy. Is It treason t For one, I shall not vole another dollar or man for the war until it assumes a different standing, and lends direotly to an antl slaverv result. Millions for freedom, but not one cent for slavery 1 Mr. Conwat, Abolition Representative la Congress from Kansas, said this while the Ad ministration was taking a conservative oourae. Is It treason? If these sayings arc net treason if they be loyal then will some Abolitionist define what words are treasonable, and what speeoh es are disloyal 1 Letters in Response Invitations to be present and Address the Democratic State Convention of Ohio. The Secretary of the late Demooratlo State Central Committee Invited a number of tbe dis tinguished speakers and publio men of other States, to attend and address our great Conven Hon In this city, on the 11th Inst. Tbe follow, ing are someot the letters received by tbe Sec retary, In response to bis Invitations : LETTER FROM R. T. MERRICK LETTER FROM R. T. MERRICK CHICAGO, June 8, 1863. Mi Dta 8m : I am in receipt of your favor of tht 3th lost , leqauting mjr attendance at tlx Democratic state uonvfnuon, to do nio at uommbus, Ohio, on Iharaday, the 11th inst. It is with nnreignea regret that I find It impossible for me to be present. Tbe meeting of the Dcmoeratlo State Convention of Obto, at a tune when ber most dlitlngalibed citlien ii expiating in exile tbeorlms of bevlng endeavored to de fend tbeeontuianonai iioerij oi ner people, is a most interesting eircnmitanoe. In the arrest andsenUDea of Mr. Tallandlgbam, mil itary despotism mtnlfetUd Itself ae an accomplished fact In jour HUta, and if the people indorse these proceed ings, they admit that the clTli Oovernment, established by oar fathers, hat faiXti, and consent to aooept tbe government of the sword, which has teen substituted for It. The despotism which visited Ohio bv such an extra. ordlnarv manifestation in assailing Ue freedom ot tpttcA, Has, since mat time, iriea ine experiment or Its strength In this Bute by assailing the freedom of the I'reet. Probably such a popular demonstration in behalf of the violated rights or a iree people was nerer witness ed, aa that which was exhibited in this city on the occa sion of the attempt to suppress the Chicago Timet by the military power, and a violent outbreak of popular passion was oniy reeiraioea oy we eonnaence we are proud to feel in the integrity, learning, patriotism and fearleisaese of those who exercise among us the Judicial authority of the federal Oovernment. wo extend to yoa onr sympauy in mis regard, as no doubt we nave your congratulations. Before the qoesUon submitted to the Conrt was de termined, the order directing theie Iniquitous proceed ings was withdrawn by the President. It is said that In this matter General Bnrnalde went beyond the Instructions ho bad reoelved from the Oom- aander-ln-Ohief . lie may have done so, but ho has not reiigned, ana the events or the last two months show concluilrely that then has been, and still is. tome where, settled purpose and defined plan to subject the States of the Northwest to the sower of the mllltanr. to subject all clTll authority within their limits, and to destroy both freedom of speech and freedom of the press. When theae rights are all destiOf sd by the vio lence of military rule, the ballot-box most necessarily soma under Its control. Mew Kogland fears the Northwestern Slates, and If they eouia do eecana oy ine aetpotlim ol military pow er, together with Maryland, Kentucky, Western Vir inia and Missouri, Teaneaeee and Loaiatan a (Hiatal al. ready voting at tbe point of the kayonet), Hew lagland mn lil afford to do without New York and Mew Jeree. By this process of destroying the constitutional rightaoi the people constitutienal forma can still be observed in namttnatian of an Administration anbleot to New I England's control, or In the substitution of ton other for it, eqnally lnoompetent and odious, and as entirely ander the same nuguiing iiumence. We mast prevent suoh a dlsastsr to the Northwest, and to do this w mast aooept the Issue proposed by the Abolitionists, ana maintain me nguis oi iuuwb or awmmrn md (aamoK or rum Passs.and that other equal- lvhiih nrerogativ or American citizens, xna ami or Tie Pxom PaioiAiLv to Allium.' xo to rs-rrnoit QovnimsiiT roa a asoatss or orixvihcii. withont (ha xl.lnnre of these rlihts al vital and ao tlv elements In society, there can be no such thing as .a i Attn in mat ni I cannot entertain a doubt but that the noble State of Ohio will maintain them at all haaaros, ana uiustraw her achievement in their behalf oy requiring mili tary despotism that has banished vaiianaignam i re turn ner uovernor. R. T. MERRICK. R. K. COX. Jr., Secretary Democratic State Central Committee, Columbus. LETTER FROM GEO. F. COMSTOCK. SYRACUSE, NEW YORK, June 8, 1863. B. K. Cox, Iiq., Secretary, eto.: i..o Die i I have Inat received vour letter of the Slh Inst., inviting me to attend the Ohio Democratlo State Convention at ueiumoue, on iuurujr next, jauxagi: menu of a pressing character have compelled me to de cline an Invitation to address a mass meeting at the city of Brooklyn on ina uay. iw eauiv uiruuu.uiuuv win prevent me from attending yenr Convention. The approaching polltioal canvass In the State of Ohio poiieeses sn sbsorbing Interest for the whole country. The Insult and wrong that have been heaped upon that noble State, especially In the kidnapping and exile of one of hermoit distinguished and patrlotio cltiieni, by a lawless and despotic exeroise of the military power of the General Oovernment, have every where aroused the publio attention. The precedent la one of threatening Import to the rights and liberties of the American people, and It can not bo acquiesoed in for a single moment of lime. The right of free discussion, of publio affairs, In all tbe amplitude and extent of that right, sever oau be and never will be surrendered. it ! a rlzht which admits of no argument or debate. It can not be drawn Into controversy or doubt. It is a right to be maintained, peaceably it poeslble, but to be maintained at every haaard. Ihs friends of sonstltu tlonal Oovernment everywhere look to the people of Ohio to vindicate their own Insulted sovereignty, and to maintain that freedom wbioh is the oommon innsriiance of all. I take the liberty on this oocasion of mentioning in an especial manner the most humiliating of all the olrcum stances connected with the outrage Inflicted upon con stitutional rights in the person of our fellow-cltlsen, Mr. I refer to the btsa and servile decision of a federal Jadge In refusing to him the great writ ot liberty, to redieie that monstrous wrong. I have never read a Judicial performance so abjeot and weak. Ir Its author escapes the Impeachment which, In my Judgment, he deservee. he oan not escape that Indignant condem nation which Is certain to overtake blm and all fudges who, In times when liberty Is in peril, shall prove false to constitutional duty and their official oaths. GEO. F. COMSTOCK. LETTER FROM FERNANDO WOOD. NEW YORK, June 8, 1863. R. K. Cox, It , Eiq., Columbus : But Eia : Ingagements here prevent the acceptance by me of your Invitation to attend and addresi the State Convention, to be held at Columbus on ths Uth Inst. It would sQ'ord me very great pleasure to do so, aa I de sire to unite my voice with the two hundred thousand bold and patriotic citizens of your noble State, (whose rights and liberties bave recently been outraged), In a decided declaration of Independence. Lot ns slan t firm in the maintenance of the Invaluable llbertlra establlihed by our fathers ; let us urge and de mand the restoration of the Union, only to be accom plished by peaoerul efforts i let us unite In one solid column for the accession of tbe Demooratlo party to power, and to drive from office the Uoths and Vandals who now hold possession. It Is not for ms to refer to the apparent duty ot the Democracy of the country in this crisis ; bat excuse me when I add that, In my opin ion, we should fall back on the llme-honered creed of tbe party, which sustains the sovereignty of the Slates anil that thla aoveieisntv does not recognise military coercion In the Central Government as against delin quent Statee. On this principle our union was esiao llihed,and on this principle It must be maintained. . FERNANDO WOOD. LETTER FROM GEO. V. N. LATHROP. DETROIT, June 8, 1863. B. K. Cox, Jr., Esq., Secretary Democratic State Cen tral Committee: tin : -I feel honored by the Invitation of the Demo cratic State Central Committee of Ohio to attend the State Convention of the Democracy on the lltb Inat. It would give me great pleasure to mret ana mingle counsels with tbe patrlotio men who will aesemble on Ibat occasion. I regret that professional engagements necessarily detain meat home. I need not say with what Interest Democrats every whara will await the action of vour Convention. Recent events have thoroughly aroused tho people of Ohio to Inquire what resouices remain to them ror ine protec tion of their homes and freedom. We doubt not the result. We doubt not but ths Dsmocracy of the Imperial Stale of Ohio, In this great crisis, will provs faithful alike to their own freedom snd to the great National interest, which, In so large a meas ure, are committed to their baads. The Democracy cannot now afford to act from passion or Indignation; but while these quicken every emotion, they must retain that calmnessaudevea Judgment which commands the future. Never did a nation or people so need or demand the wisest counsel and action a nefaritua rebellion on the nMkMl,MlMi)w, m.mpImmI te,hoile Admin tstration on tho other hand, brought to tho brink of ruin. They have mads us an object of contempt abroad, and of shame and despair to ourselves. No hone remains except In a total change of our rulers, and in the rein statement of an Administration of Oovernment which, while It Inflexibly asserts Its majesty against rebellion, will steadiiv honor and uphold all of the gioat qualities of constitutional liberty to Its cltiseus. Let Ohio, In her patriotism and eomprenensive wis dom, so act tbkt the people will see that tbe unity and integrity of our Oovernment muat be maintained, and that we all bave a vital interest In so maintaining It. In the despair which a false Administration baa wrought by Its betrayal of our dearest rights, many al most grew indifferent whether the Union be restored or not; and, in truth, Union at the sacrifice of liberty would be a delusion. But liberty with disunion would not be the same liberty that Democracy has so proudly handed down from our fathers to us. We must therefore preserve the Union for ths sake ot liberty; we muat pre serve tt for better days and wiser rulers) we must pre serve It that when true Demooratlo principles shall re sume their Just sway in the national councils, they may claim as their rightful heritage, from the lakes to the gulf, and from ocean to ocean, one nag, one uonstituuon and one people. With what particular men and meas ures Ohio can best perform her great patriotic duties, her own Democracy will best determine. Democrats living In other States can bave no tight to Interfere In this. I remain, very truly, your obedient servant GEO. V. N. LATHROP. DISPATCH FROM AMASA J. PARKER. ALBANY, N. Y., June 10, 1863. B. K. Cox, Jr., Bec'y Dem. Central Com.: Too late to answer bv letter. Bebuke despotism snd vindicate constitutional liberty by making Vallandlgham Governor. AMASA J. PARKER. The following order leaned by Gen. Bnrnalde teems to have been overlooked, bnt it Is clear from the text that he has been summarily de prived of bis power to make any more arrests or interfere with tbe freedom of the press: HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF OHIO, CINCINNATI, June 1, 1863. OxxtRAL Order No. 82. 1. Provost-Msrshals In the several Districts In this De nartment will make an Immediate return to the Provost- Marshal General of ths number of prisoners In theircus- tody, giving also their names, and places of residence of the witneases, me place oi eonunemem, ana wnen ar rested. 8. The District Frovost-Harshal will In future re ceive their Instructions directly from the Provost-Marshal General In relation to all matters belonging to bis Department. This last clause putt tbe whole power of ar rest in the hands of tbe War Department at Washington, and tbe first gives the same au thority tbe power to dispose of Barnside ' vic tims now In prison. Tbe appointment of Gen. Wilcox in place or Hit call is also a good sign. N. Y. World. How "the Government" Manages Elections in France—An Instructive Lesson. The elections In Franoe for members of a new Parliament were to lake place on May 31 and Jnne 1. Tbe New York Tribune of May 39, bal an article on these elections. Having sketched vividly tbe national glory and material prosperity which apparently orowned Franoe daring the ten years since Lcdis Napoleon overthrew the Republlo and established tbe Empi:e, the Tribune says: Yet all this material prosperity and warlike trlorv can cot tffice the laot, whlca Is now nn derstood by every true friend of demooratlo Institntione, and which will stand forth promi nently ODon tbe pages of history, that personal rights aod tbe right ol tbe people to self-gov ernment, nave uever in moacra times Deen so enorcaobed upon as they are under the present Government of fianee. l ne evidence or this has been recently weeented in the circular which the Home Minister and in '.I mate friend of Louts Napoleon, M de Pereigny, has addressed to the Prefects in retard to itieoominK elections. The Prefects are Instructed to leoure (he eleotlon of onlv sooh candidates as the Government olliolal reeommends to the voters. Tbey are to point out to ths people "who are the friends or the adversaries, more or i s ill-gtiieed, of the Em pire," and to use the whole Itlliieooe of the eobaltern offlolals of the Government In favor of tbe eleotlon of the devoted friends of the Emperor. ; All these offlolals, from the Prefect down to tbe very lowest oUloe-holder, know that tbey win incur toe displeasure oi me uovern ment If an opposition oandldate is elected, and they are, almost without exception, too depen dent upon Government patronage not to make the utmost euorts to carry out its intentions. No measure is left untried to prevent an ef fective organization of the opposition. The opposition parlies are not allowed to bold pub lic meetings or to appoint a central committee, and tbe journals are intimidated In every pas tible manner, to prevent them from encourag ing tbe election of the onrjoaltlon candidates Thus, of the thirteen journals published In the Department of tbe Pas de Calais, not oneoould be found to mention tbe nomination of M. De coune Denuccques, an eminent member of for mer rariiaments, who is determined to come forward. Many candidates are forced to send Io Paris to get their addresses printed, tbe local printers tearing that the Prefects will lake awsv their license. Somo of tho opposition journals have been forced, by an official com munique, to insert too names ot the uovern- mcnt men. Several nanera have already been sunoroeaed: manv other are threatened with suppreesion, and the leading opposition journals of Paris, owing ti tbe number of advertise ments which tbe managers havo received, are completely at the mercy cf the Government, and are pot upon their good behavior until the elections are terminated. [From the Chicago Post, June 10th.] THE GREAT SHOPLIFTING CASE. Trial of Mrs. Anna Bergett for Larceny. It will be recollected by the readers, of the Post that on the S3! of April last- Mrs. Anna Bergett, tho keeper of a fashionable boarding bouse on Third avenue, was arretted on tbe charge of inrccny from the saloeroom of J. B. Shay's dry goods store on Lake street. Pre vious to that time tho lady hud borno a high character and moved in reepectible oiralcs In this city. Tbe circumUnoea of ber arrest are these. The employees of Mr. Shay had fre quently mlescd articles from tbe store, and they resolved to watch some of their ouetomers npoo whom their suspicion rested, rars, u. was one ol their customers, snd on tbe 23i of April en tered the store, and aitor looking at some goods she prepared to depart. As she was leaving tbe store, one of tbe clerks saw her take a silk parasol and attempt to conceal It. At that mo ment a silk pattorn accidentally dropped to the fljorand which was identified as belonging to tbe store. A eearcb warrant was isened, and the detectives examining her boose, found three trunks filled with goods of all kinds, In cluding silk, ribbons, laces, etc, which had ap parently been uoien. ine trunks were tiken to tbe central station and a hreu portion of tbe goods wore identified by Lake street merchant as nav:ng bttcn stolen iram tueir rtoree. The house or tbe accosed was riiHgnincently furnished with Brussels carpets, damask cur tains, gilt window C'irniocs, picture", costly en gravings, and bore an air ot wealth and rtfiae ment in short it was just toch a spot as a man ot leisure would ecleot as a boarding bouse, where be coald erijoy nimsclt to bis heart's con tent. Tbe landlady, who is about tbli tj-five years of ago, is said to be very courteous, lady like and social, and as a matter ol course the was not at a loss for irienda, aud her honee was always thrown open to them with a generous heepltality of which few could boa t. As may well be imagined nor arrest anon bo grave a charge was a prolific s nice of scandal among the neighbors, aud the Iriends ot her days ot prosperity acturcud her, and wnen ebe wad Bent to tne itecorutr a court not one person could bo found to go ber bail In Ibe sum of $1000, onl sho was sent In jail to await her trial, leaving an invalid husband, dying w.tb consuruptiou, to depend upon the asriftaace of strangers rue aceuei ras laid id Jill ever since. A week or two ago her furniture was taken poeseaaion of by Rome persons, who aleo gave Mr. Bergett a plnco in which ti die. A few days ago air. uergett aied, ana tbo defend ant bad fnebgrltf aided t that already heavy burden which sLe was called upoa to bear. During vert riav it became nmaed abroad thai the case would coraoou lor trial in the Re corder's ciurt at two o'cloi k.ihd ad Hoon a the door was open a large mioiticr of curlouj peo ple rushed in t) hotr the triul no doubt to gloat ovir ibo mi't irtunes r(' the guilty, yet r-pcutcnt wQin in. Anii'a the fpecwtrrj were about twenty ladiei whether out of curiosity or bvmt'atliy fur their uuforlun.ito tinier, we know not. . If the littler, it d.n-rt Ik nor t tfiem. But if they vrero prompted hy cariosity wholly, they could e a1 ploy therudclvce b titer advan tige. , Ou he; trial iio: ore the rov.ee conit.f.ho enter ed the (lei ol "not guilty." She subsequently secured MeBern. H. G. Miller aud E.G. Asay as ber counsel. On tbe court taking hie so it, Mr. Miller said that the deft'udaut hud acted on the advico of her counsel, and they had deaidod to withdraw the plea if not guilty and enter the plea of guilty, aud ttoet to the Indtilgonoe of the oourt to allow them to Hit the facts be fore it, that justice and no more than jortioe mibt be done. Mr. Aeay stated that one ot the saddeet features o:' this case wad thit the Uusbini of the lady had died within a lew djja, and, what was wuise, the defendant hid been robbed of all tbe little pioperty she had acquired by years ot hard labor, lie ashed that tbe Cise be de ferred until next term of the court, to allow an opportunity of laying the facts before tbe court. The conrt reserved tbe subject for futnre consideration, and the accused was romoved by the deputy sheriff frjm tbe coartroom to Ibe cells. During ber presence in court sbe betray ed deep emoucn, and her vloltn'. iodi and ha biliments of mouruing orealed much sympathy among Ibe oourt, members of the br and spec. tstors. Niw HiniciL Disoovsmv. Bill's Brioino Pills. for the speedy and permanent Cure of Sexual Diseases, urstnmi uisonarges, meet aemmai neatness, msjntiy Emissions, Incontinence, Impotence, Genital Debility snd irritability, ttravel, Btrtctureand Affections of the KldneiS and Bladder, which has been used by upwards of one hundred physicians, with entire success, super seding Onbelw, Copslba Capsules, or any compound hitherto known. Bill s Brscino Pnu are speedy In action, effectlnira cure In a few days, which Is permanent. They are pre pared from vegetable extraota ttiat are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the stomach or Impregnate tbe breatb. No change of diet Is necessary while using them. Kor aoes tneir action lnterrere witn business pursuits. Bach box contains sis doxen Pills. Frlee One Dollar. DR. BELL'S TBHATIHS ON UBM1NAL WBAK- NB88, Belt Abuse, toss or Power, Impotence, Prema ture Decay, Sexual Disease, eto., a pamphlet of SO pages, containing Important advice to the smicted, BBNX ruKi. ol uentb are required to pay postage. Bent secure from observation and confidentially bs mall, post-paid, on the receipt o.' the money, by . 4. BB.IAI), u. v.. No. 76 Cedar street, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Jt. BO AH L AN k. CO., Agents, ClnolnnaU. Ths Iirria-TH Tbodsard. Dr. Bell's Treatise on Self-Abuse, Premature Decay, Impotence and Doss of Power, Bezual Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Nightly amissions, uenitai uebiuty, eto. etc. a pamphlet ol ou pages, containing Important advice to the sfllloted, and which should be read by every sufferer, aa the means of care In the severest stages Is plainly set forth. Sent, secure from observallon aod confidentially, by mall, on receipt oi two stamps to pay postage, etc. i. BUI AN, M I)., 76 Cedar street, New York P. 0. Box, 9,070. march30'u3-ddcweowly ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. WOOD & PEROT, 1131 RIDGE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, Pa., OTfER for Bale upon ths 'Molt Pavorable Terms! NKW and BBAUTirUIi DBfIONS in treat vari ety of IRON BAILINGS for CBMltTKBIKS, BR81 D8N0R8, eto., of Wrought and Oaet Iron, and GAL VANIZED ana buabb tuuinu; ihon ve randahs. BAL00NIB8. STAIRS, OOCNTIRS FOUNTAINS, OATE8, COLUMNS, HITOHINO PORTS. LAMP BTANDB. VABB8. TABLIB. tfLOW- BB BTANDB, BOf Ao, CHAIRS, STATUARY, ANI MALS, and all other Iron Work of a Deoorative char aetsr. Designs forwarded for selection. Persons ap plying (or sjm, will please state the kind of work neeuea. may31-d3m FALL ELECTION. TREASURER. IDITORS gTATISsUi: , ' GtnBmen-tt aanounclng ths nam of Thomas Arnold, Bsq., as a candidate for County Treasurer, snblect to ths se'eotion of ths Demooratlo Nominating Convention, you will be but doing Jostles to him as a good and faithful Demoorat, and will confer a favor Upon his uiuv nDifAnniVTA nrniana SHERIFF. Ioito Ohio Btathsusi Please announce the name of Gioroi H. KaUubt as a oandldate for Sheriff of Franklin oounty, subjsot to ths decision of ths Demooratlo Oounty Convention, and oblige MANY DEMOCRATS. Editor Ohio STinskUMi PearSir You will do ths friends of Oapt. H. II. Os- iorw a speolal favor by announcing his name as a can didate for ths nomination for Sheriff, subject to ths de cision of ths Demooraoy of Franklin oounty. We are In favor of ths Domination of Mr. Oaioaa, of Blendon township, for Sheriff, Ha has ever been a resident of ths oounty, and an unflinching Democrat. No man more universally ooamands ths respect of all parties He Is ths man for ths times and the place In tbes de generate days of corruption, and ws hops ths conven- tlon will do Justice to bis claims. Let us have men who ws know to bs true. THI IRIENDS OP DEMOORAOY. Editor Onro Statu bIasj Dear Blr Pleasa announce ths name of Josira Quirk aa a candidate for Sheriff of franklin county, subjeot to the decision of ths Demooratlo Oounty Con vention, and oblige ' MANY DEMOCRATS. Editor Statismai : Dear Bir Please announce the name of HaacoLas Campbcll, of Plain Township, aa a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subjeot to the decision of the Demo cratlo Convention cf Franklin county, and oblige MANY DEMOCRATS. Editor Ohio Btateshar: Dear Mr Please announoa the name of David Burs, Jr., of Mifflin township, as a candidate for Sheriff ef Franklin county, subjeot to the deolslon of the Demo oratlo Convention, and oblige MANY DEMOCRATS. Editor Ohio BtatssHar: - Dear Blr Plea.e announoe the name of En. Davis as a oandldate for Sheriff of Franklin county, subject to the deolslon of the Demooratlo Convention, and oblige MANY DEMOCRATS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Second Great Auction Sale CHOICE BUILDING LOTS In Lewis Center! i rr MILES North of Columbus, on the Cleveland and 1 1 Columbus Railroad, Delaware oouoty, Ohio, on Monday afternoon, Jons 15tb,18u3,at8 o'clock, on ths premises. All the unsold lots will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder, on the easy terms of 910 cash on each lot when sold, ana es a moniu until para ior, or Nu ance In six months, with Interest and approved security. An Excursion Train of Cart will leave the Columbus depot at IX o'clock precisely, returning at 7 o'olock, on tbo day of the sale, and take passengers to and from the sale, xicsets oniy iu cents eaon way. 3t w, tt. cini, auctioneer. Zo-wa Xjaxxc3.s For Sale Cheap for Cash. XT W. COUNTIES In Sioux, O'Brien, Palo Vie Alto, Pocahontas and Bnena Vista, at 40 to 30 ots. per acre. N. B. and Central Counties-In Clay ton, Fayette, Bremer, Butler, Franklin, Ployd. Cero Gordo. Black Hawk, Grundy, Hamilton. Wilsht and Webeter, at tt 50 to S3 00 per acre. In Crawford, at 1 SO; Delaware, at 4 00. Southern Counties in Decatur. Lucas. Wayne, filnrgold,' Adair, Union, Madi son and dark, at t SB to 93 00 per acre. . Lands and improved farms id Illinois ior sais ensap. Address, UBO. V. BYKD, Box 329t, Ohlcigo, Illinois. Junol3-d3t Dissolution of Partnership. THE Copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm of Geo. Stslser At Co., as well as formerly In the business of brlck-makins, as lately In the business of baking and keeping grocery, was this day dissolved by mutual eonetnt, Peter Kss weio retiring and George Stelssr carrying on Ihe bnsl. nnaa im th fmnm alnna, at the old stand. Who Is au thorised ti collect all dues of the late Arm in both the above named business; but also liable to pay all debts of said firm. Thankful for out favors, we hODe that cur old cus tomers, as well as many new ones, will deal for ths fu ture with our sucsesior In the business, who will try to accommodate them. Columbus, Ohio, June II, 1863. GEORGE ETBLZBR, Junel3-4lw PETER EbBWBlN. OLD PLANTATION OOFFEJ3. GILLIE'S FINE FLAVORED OLD PLANTATION COFFEE. 25 Cents per Pound. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THI TBADE THI OLD PLANTATION COFFEE is preferred by those who bavs nsed it to the best Mocha or Java OoSee, It being superior In strength and rich ness of Savor to ihs ordinary imported Coffees. As we are the only receivers snd manufacturers of ths OLD PLANTATION COFFEE, we would caution onr friends and the public against purchasing any not bearing our signature, as since ths perfect success oi our OLD PLANTATION COFFEE numerous manufacturers are trying to palm off Inferior coffee at less pries, saying Inat theirs Is ss good, better, eto. Some bave gone so far as to offer oar printers large amounts If they would print a quantity of labels bearlDg our name, eto. Others are putting up mixtures labelled in imitation or our genuine OLD PLANTATION COFFEE, suoh as Planter Coffee or Planten Leaf Coffee, eto., evidently to mitguiae ine puouc oy panning on an in (Srlor arllole for our OLD PLANTATION COFFEE. As we are the only receivers and manufacture! e of lbs OLD PLANTATION COFFEE, we shall punish all Infringers of oar copy rlsht to ths lurtnest extent oi ins law. Ths OLD PLANTATION COFFEE Is put up in ons pound tin foil packages, 36 and 00 lbs. In a case, with full directions for ualnit on each paox age. For sale by all well regulated family stores. WEIGHT GILLIES & BRO., IMPORTERS AND MANTJFA0TDR1RB, 833, 23S, 23T WaablntTtosi 111 , N. Y. JunelS dim. WADSWORTH HOUSE, ADJOINING N. Y. CENTRAL, LAKE SHORE. All MHim HAAAiKUAU Vflruxa, xtuvrALO, N. I. Tht Mo$t Convenient Houtt in tht City. THI Wadsworth Honsa has recently been Painted, Frescoed and refurn Ished throughout, and is now one of the best appointed Houses In the State. Its prox imity to ths principal Railroad Depots renders it partic ularly desirable to travelers as stopping nlace. while none of the old prejudice which baa existed against bouses contiguous to Railroad Depots can attach to It. Passengers will observe the House on entering tbe de pot. Look on the right-hand aide I Gong rung on the arrival or the train, xwenty minutes allowed in enang- tug baggage. A good nee tan rant it attached to tbe House at the end of the Depot. Accommodations for three ban. dred gueets. mcbu-dosa . DISSOLUTION. THE co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of "Geo. A Wm. McDonald," was this day dissolved by mutual sonsent, having disposed of our enure interest m uie viwir www-m McColm, Miles & McDonalds, who will continue tho business at the old stand, and are duly authorised u settle tne Business oi meoia arm. in severing our mercantile connection with the publio we raiM ratnra our warmest thanks for their lon end generous patronage extended to as through so many years. Ill health on ihe part of our Mr. Gee. McDon ald induced by too close an application to business for mors than SI years, renders this oh.nge necessary. To our old frienfls we would say that ths nsw firm possess all Ihs faculties for business enjoyed by us, and will spars no pains w uoir tuun nyors. ,?iWM. McDONAXp, Oolumtms,0.,ay it,XB63 ,. maylM'B . SPECIAL NOTICES. To Consumptives. TBI ADVERTISER HAVING BEEN HEBTOUB0 to health In a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severs lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption, Is anx lous to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To alt who desire It, he will send a copy of Ihe pre scription msd (free of charge), wl I h the directions for preparing and nslng the same, which they will Bod a suae cuas for Coxsomptioii, Astasia, BsospiUTis.eto. The only objsot of the advertiser In sending the Pre scription Is to benefit the afflicted, and spued Informa tion which he conceives to be Invaluable, and be hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Wllllamsliurgh, Kings County, Ne York. majl0-d3m. THE CONFESSIONS A EXPEHIKNCE or AN I 3NT "7 JSL IsID. Published for the beneSt, and as a warning and A OACTION TO YOUNG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at ths same time, TBI MEANS Of SELf CCRH, By one who hu cured himself after being put to great expense and Injury through medical humbug and quack ery. By Inclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies may be had of Ihe author. NATHANIEL MAYfAIB, Esr., Bedford, Klnge County, N, Y . may!7'03-dfcwlysp MANHOOD. f HAW TAH DAW CVSTAUtn Aftvn vi, avn iawa. Just published, In a Sealed Envelops. Pries Six Cents. A Lecture on tb Nature, Treatment and Radical Ours of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, Involuntary Emissions, Beiual Debility, and Im pediments to Marriage generally, Nervousneis, Con sumption, Epilepsy and fits; Mental and Physioal In capacity, reeultlng 'rom Self Abuse, etc. By itOIIBRT J. OOLVBRWBLL, M D-, Author or the Green Books etc. A Boon to Thousand of Hufforore, Sent nndsr seal, In a plain envelope, to any addresi, post paid, on reoelpt of six cents, or two poUafi stamps, by Dr. OBAfl. J. 0. KLINE. Vtt Bowery, NewYora, Post Office Box No. l&M. apll-3mdAwls What an Amount of NuflerlDg and disease among ths Volunteers would be prevented by tbe free use of nOLLOWAY'S PILL9 k. OINTMHNT. For wounds, Bores and Scurvy, Hie Ointment Is a certain oure, and for Bowel Complaints, Fevers, Bmall Pox, eto , Ihe Pills arc the best medicine In the worlj. Only S3 cents per box or pot. 821 JelQ-dfcwlw ICTDealers In my well known medicines can bave Show Cards, Circulars, etc., sent them, FREE OF EX' PENSB, by addressing Thomas Ilolloway, 80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. THE DISEASES OF ERROR, (Let Maladiet d'Erreur.) I.John B. Ogdsn, M. D., author and publisher of the above work, do hereby promise and agree to send (free of charge) to any young man who will write for it, sample copy for perusal. The proper study of man kind Is Man. This valuable work Is issued and sent forth for the benefit of suffering humanity. It treats In sim ple language on the diseases of error, Including Seminal Weakness. Nervous Debility, indigestion, Melancholy, Insanity, Wasting Decty, Impotency, etc. etc. giving safe, speedy and effectual prescriptions for their per manent cure, together w Ith much valuable Information. All who favor me with a desire to read my work shall receive a sample copy by return ma I free of charge. Address JOHN B. OODKN, M. D., No. GO Nassau St., Naw York. miyl9-dfcw3mip TO MARRIED MEN, Or I'boee Contnstiplarlnir ivrl,e. THE undersigned will glrelnfdrmaili.n on a vers . tereMug and important tubjecl. whloh will N rais ed more than a thousand tunes Its oral by every t -r led couple nf any age or condltloo In lite Tt.e InK.n-OoB Will be Mat by mall to i.uy adilritas on lha nnelpt at 91 osuts (stiver) aod one rd ttanip. All tatters should be addressed to II. D. MOttill. r ooUI-lyiiardJt Hoetou , ".. lleiuovcd frotu bin old wfflce. Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High at., Columbus, 0., has devoted himself for a series of years Io the treatment of certain private diseases. He nay be consulted at his office on Broadway, aear Its Bxehaage Bank, lanlddtf flaos & i5A i;ns. G. W. GOWELL & CO., Manufacturers, CLEVELAND, OHIO. Silk Flags, Bunting Flags, Muslin Flags. ALL SIZES AT VERY LOW RATES. ICpSBND FOR OIRC0LAR. ti. W. GOWELL 6c CO,, CLEVELAND, OHIO. JunelJ-tf To Printers and Publishers. FOH 8ALE. AT A UltKAT BAKOAIIfs a first clsss Printing Establishment, well estab lished, with a good patronage, three first rate kteam Power Presses (Adams), every variety of Job Type and Small Presses) all nearly new and in good crder; steam engine attached, etc. Apply to JOnN MILLER, Of Ihe flrm'of J. As T. E. Miller, Columbus, 0. juoell-3td CHARLES W. BAKER, ENVELOPE MANUFACTURER 20 IlEEKiriAni (ITIIKET, THE UNDERSIGNED would reepectfully Inform his friends, customers, and the trade generally, that be bis again resumed buelness at his old location, No. Ml BBN&MAN BTBBBT, and that his entire establishment, which was destroyed by fire In August last, has been re built, snd furnished with NEW and IilPROVED PAT ENT MACHINERY, for Ihe manufacture of every variety of ENVELOPES. be feels assured that his present facilities will enable him to offer such Inducements to buyers, ai can not fall to bs satisfactory. CHARLES W. BAKER, SO Beekman Bt., New York. Bayl6M3mo. Country Produce Commission House mi olb nan or Miller & Carpenter, No 8 Erit BuUdingt, Ntu York, (300 WesA inefon Strut), STILL receive and sell Flour, Oraln, Butlsr, Lard, Cheese, Eggs, Pork, Seeds, Hops, Beans, Dried Prults, Poultry, Game, eto. Oaah adrancd on shipments, and prompt is tarns made of sales. Bend for our Price Ounent list. Rarauacas: President of tbe Irving Bank, N. Y City: President of N. Y. A M. Railway Oo.l Gould A Hit bard, Warsaw, N. Y.; D. Baldwin Esq., Powler, Ohio; H. 8. Monger, Esq., Geneva, Ohio; B. 0. Grosvsnor. Esq , Jooesville, Mich. ' mchll-dly Wanted. ; 7K A BIOfVTIII-l want to hire Aent In sfltO every oounty it 71 a month, eipensos paid, to sell my new cheap Family Sewing Machines. Address S. MADISON, Alfred, He. . mayS-lf $60 ftnoilt, A NONTHI-Ws want 'gents at tM . month, esnenaea nalrf. in Mil aar SmMrlnmUmn 'enoilt. Oriental iumen. and 13 other naw. ..i and curious articles. 15 circulars, fret. ayS-t.f SHAW CLARK, BfAltferd, lie.