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CXXEitnCBXTBL OHIO t , V BATPWAYMORNINO, SEPT., 5, 1WJ. ' Vara Raws. New York, and Stat . w.-., . Street. Boston. . Democratic State Ticket. I'--. 1 , . 1 CLEMENT L. VALLANDIGHAM, , i r Of Moot(omrr County. ' , ' " UIDTtMANT OTtlWOt, ' w GEORGE E. PUGH.ef mUton "''' : ' ABBiTOlOf ttm, 1 ' ; ; ' ' WILUAM HUBBAM). of Logan- 1 1 ,v HORACE 8. ENAPP, of AihlteJ. j PH1LADELPH VAN TRUMP, of Fdrttold. . . . KMID Of ITOIO wotx,1 d ' JOHN H. HEATON, of Bolmool; , State Central Committee Democratic State Central Committee of Ohio. JOWW fl. THOMTBOlf, lAMUBL lia DUX, will receive proper attention. DEMOCRATIC DISTRICT TICKET ' . ' ob iBMSOBt ' - BOROB L. OOKTSBIBi . Of Jattiua County. FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. - -.:.i-JiniTft DRESEL, Prob.uJndgt-JOHNM.PDGH, ; Sberlff-WILLIAM DOMIGAN. Treasurer-JOSEPH TALKENBACH. Auditor MATTHIAS MARTIN. CoMtaloner-DENNIS B. STRAIT. Corooer-ELIAS GAVER. ' IofiriMwDIrootor-NEWTON GIBBONS. Democratic Mass Meetings. Tbo Demoonflo Stat Central Committee btrt mode tho following appointment for matting thronghbut ho Btet. Tho local committee wm too to tt that they mo properly adTortlted: 1 " ' At Booyru, Crawford eennty. on Tuesday, SMtflmoetlSth: 8rker-D. W. Voorheee.T. W. Bortley, V A. White. 8, Medarj, Otto dnmuw.p.noMo. ; ,: . At Dayton, Monlgomory oointj, m Thorf. dev. Set. 17th: Speaker D. W. Voorhoet, T.W. Bartley, Geo, Bliss, A. G. Tburmaa. . At Oithkee, Hemlltoo eonnty, oo Satmrdoy, Sept.- 18th: Bpeakere-D. W ; Voorheee, A. O.ThnraiftD, Geo. BlUe, T. W. Bertloy, 8. At Colambu, Frenklln eonnty, on Mondey, fut Ql-. Roakken D. W. Voorheoit C. A. While, Got. MedUl,Geo. H. Pendleton, T. W, Sutlav. Ai M: Vernon. Knox eonnty, on Wedneed?, Sept. 33: 8pe4koi-D. W. Veorboae, Goo. H. . Pendleton. Got. ModlU, Wm. Johneton, John : O'Neill. ''' -"n ' ,J ' ; At Bernetrllle. Beinonl epnirty, bn Friday, Sent. 85th: Spoekere D. W. Voorbeee, . . 01di,J.R,Morrle,J.W.WWU. At Meeelllon, Stark oonnty, on Monday, sept! 98tb: Speaker D V7 Voorbeeo, M Blrohard, oM mi... r.hu Raomalln. 8 W.GllMa. , ' at rimiimi. Cnvahosa connt. on Wodnet day, Sept. 30th:. 8peaker-D W Voothoot, S 8 Cos, Chaa Keeaoiin, oeo turn. Ai Lima. Allan conntT. on Friday. Oot. Si Epoaker-D W Voorbeee, A M Jaekaon Alex Long, Geo fl Pendleton, Wax Mng. ' JOHN G. THOMPSON, Cb0. , , , SAMUEL MERARY, , ,A ' AMOS -LAYMAN, -ALLEN G. THURMAN, , GEO. L. C0NVER8X, Seo'y, : , - .. DemooraUo SUM Contra! Commute. Democratic Mass Meetings. The President's Springfield Letter-Attainment of Peace. 'Oot reader bare com into pomieion of a 1 letter addreeaed to apoUttoaJ maw mooting, ' 1 ominttlng from the ExeontlTO Maniiw" at Waahlngtoo, and aignod "A. Llnooto.,. The writer opeaki of tho who are dlreatUfled with him, and yi they deilre peace. That dealr toomt to b eommoa to him and thorn, rot in thi taWpart of hloleUer U hope peaoe may . om aeon. aod eon e tort y. f . Mf. LnraoiM pnt tho qnoatlon How ahall .n attain peaoat , and aaya there are ant throe eooceWable waja-py anppraaing the rebellion Jbf foro ot armit fcy agreeing U glT np tho . Union, ot by agreeing U tome ompromlae TUaoooodof the wajl liof oonref not to be thoight of, and on 1 torprlaed that It ihonld hae been oran montloood at one or ut oon- otlTablt wtyi of Attaining peace. A It ooBpfomltt, Mr. Lincom onUr into long argument to ahow that no oompromii can bo mad with tb rebel or ConfederaU anlhorl ' tie. We too of nobody but Abolition on : tor and adltorf who hare erir waited any braath or ink in diaoneelDg inch a qaeetlon u lhat. '.' ' ' ! ..a.ilv;... , ThU the rebellion mutt b iupprmed w all grae. ; Mr. Luroot Iootw tho Impreeotoa that thle oanb done only "by force of arm." Thli la tb axtram radical view, and Ihow Is what ehool bo ia now training. Fanatic at no other mode of reooDoUlog men U the true ehnrch, rellgtooe or politioal, but war and ex ttmlaatlon. ' : ' ' ."' r. : j . Retraction of the Emancipation Proclamation. nation. -' T,in ,Jco. In bto. 8prtogflcld IrtU. 1 fcdertrt-UTiodiuU.li lama tl oo. Be aver nai me mw n aald. If so muoh, tt that lavc are property- He thea proceed to Justify the prooUmatlon aatMn all Vha ilaTa frai) 0000 th ROUnd Of eettlnc all 'tfat alavet fro upon the ground the right b ww UtaJU aJt enamy' property, This concede tb position that tlavw are prop arty Mr. Loroour, than, say th proclamation I either valid, or not valid. If not valid, it needs M Mtractlra put Jf Talld, It cannot b retract. ml anv more thin the dead can be raised to life. People of average eommoa eeose tuppo m thai If Gerjeral la command of an army, at ah President at Commander-in-Chief of th Army and Navy af the Uaited State, Janet a proclamation, w a mere ww measure, w Mr, Lmvom claim bit Eaaaoipatloa bkase to be, ad eepeclally, one not required by the CooatU totloa of any lav of Cocgrecs, the tarn power thai brad eta withdraw- or re tract It by a smmtor wooIamttlonM bi biea don In aa war, f , V v II U nit, noi rarar, to nuOoral. & j air. LiRpoty I io potauT tna hi Abolition prpo- Umatloa oap() e withdrawn. The Ugh prlaiU of radloaUn feat aeeured him that th proor Umatlon, If ralld, aete all th alar frae, and he oennot, by rotraotl&g It, todno them again to alarery. Thla I th trap they laid for him at tb beginning, and they bar oaoght him jo It and moan to keep him there.' ' JTh ratraotloB of the proolamatlon wonld not, probably, under any olronmaUnoe, prao tloally change tb condition of a tingle ngro, whom It ha, If ralld, made free, boovaee it ha praetlcally, a General LoeiN bolared In one of hi reoect apeeohee, freed, none. He avert ed that not on negro 0N had oomo within our Unco la oonaqv,ab of th proolamatlon than would hare oomo in without It. It waa, therefore, pr actically null and Told. It retrac tion U-4a would not, and oonld not hare any prariaoal bearing upon the p recent condition of Vie Sonthera ilareo. It annot hare any prao Uoal offeot upon their tutor condition, unleto tbo war la proeeouled for carry leg It out; that I, for tbo abolition of ilarory. ' -But th radloal autocrati baring got the proo tarnation laraad, under tho pretent that it wa th only way U tar th Union, are determined that It aball not be withdrawn That explatoe why Mr. Lihooln 1 eo poeltlre that It would be a eaiy to rale the dead ae to retract It, if ralld. Tho radical leader eay It I ralld, and that end tbo eo&trororaT with them and the President. Mr. LiitootH my elncerely dealre, ae be aaya, to rare tbo Union; but tbey do not, and neror did. Tbey hare not inddenly turned to be what tbey uted to ridicule othere for be ing, "Ualon-earore." They are for luitainiog, oot th Union, bat tho proolamaUoa at all baa- arda, not from any teal lore of the Union, or aoy true humanity for white or black men, but from an intent lore of power, place and dom motion oror their fellow-men. The Meeting at Xenia. Laet Friday wa a great day at Xenia. The Democratic State Central Commitue had an nounced that Pom, Cox and Aaoaiw would apeak there on that day ; aod the Central Com mltteo of Greene county bad baodaomely die- charged It duty, by giving th proper notloe. Tb Abolltlonlat aod nlggere had warned the Democracy that tbey would not be permitted to hold a Democratic meeting there. Tbo day oame, and with It proceeelon after prooeeeton of men, women and children, la Im men biokory wagon, In carriage, on boree- back and afoot numbering thouaaoda on thou land, making ip nob a raat awambleg ae Xtnl had Barer before witneMcd. It utound ed th Broughlte, both whiU and black, and they rory wieely concluded to let the mooting go oo: The Americana or AMoaa esc est wort pnt forward by tho Abolition loader to hurrah lor Baoooi, a the prooeeaiont pamd along the itreeta. Thla the darkle did quit lnttily, greatly amualng th friend of the whiU man' eaadldaU. , . 1 The matting wa bald In a beautiful groro, half a mile from town, where ample nod com plot arrangement had been made by our Democrat! frlendi of Xenla, to accommodat th ort of people who were there j Hon. 8. 8. Cox waa th flrtt 'opeaker. He poke an hour and a half, making oo of tbo ban addreaeeo w erer hard. H literally ar ried tb war Into Africa; and, from th begin ning to the end of hi pob, elicited aoch (houta of appleaie at th oegroworablppers of Greene oonnty had nerer heard before. ' Mr. Cox wa followed by Hon. Gioioi E. Pcsa, In one of tho ableet and moat powerful petche of hit 111. It stirred the raat andleooe to tt utmost depth, and evidently aooompllahed a work that no Aboli tion eflbrt oan undo.' He epok orr an bonr, and hi ipeech wa rtodred from ftnt to laM with cheer on obeer. i Tb iptaklni wa oloied by CoL Aroaiwi lato of tho army, In a tolling poh of three- quarter of an boor. 1 Tbo prooemlont then re formed and mord homeward In the etmc order tbey oame to the meeting. Alter newly all the Democrat had goo bom, torn Abolition tWalne both whit and black InaUgaUd by their leader, com menced throwing atone at ladle aad gentle men, who were paaalng along the atreet In car riage. There wa torn thootlng don about that time, when the black and white Abolition lata Incontinently fled akadaddlod. Tb meet ing ww quiet and orderly, thee being no dia turbenoa there; bat there were a number oi fight in town, Instigated by Abolition ooun drl who are too cowardly U light themaalTO Tb mtt -g waa a magnlfloant ooceee, and did mnch to aid In bringing about a politioal regeneration la the county of Green. It ww In splendid contrast with th laocsn meeting hold there a few weeks before, which didn't be gin to fill the Court House Our friend, W, M. Stasx, Esq., fell good ortr th meeting of Fridsy, as b had a per fect right to do. To him are the Democraoy U a great degree, Indebted for the complete- nets and xoellone,of all the arrangemenls that helped to make It a lucoete. "Sia," Mid Mr. VaxuaDioaasi, "I am against disunion; I flod no more pleasure to a Southern dlsnniooUt tbao In a Northern or Western dla anlonlet" Again, aald bo, "I am not a friend of the ConfederaU Skatae, or their eause, but It enemy." . And again, "Narer, with my con sent, ahall peace be purchased at tbo price of disunion." W might fill colomn with iml Iw dtolwstlon by Mr. VauiMDioaasi, and yet he I denounced by every Abolltioa paper In the land w a rebel sympathiser. We bare never M x tt ' of andtheirVwa. knowa a public man eo unjustly, unfairly and It I erldsnt from ' Mr. Limooui'i recent Springfield letter that "the Inevitable negro" I appsrsaost In hta mind. Hyb certainly wbbea allaea ootid be free, while tbo op posed to bit negro policy, h toppose, do not. This I a singular supposition and show how atraogely the wrlter'e mind 1 bewildered. Men oppos bis wholesal e negro -freeing policy, not oawe tbey oo not wisn au men to be free, bat access tbey bure that policy I raiaoai la th Unlet can. ' Thla, Mr. Lmooia art- saxr, la hi loold inttirrala, If any b hw, would readily tenoed. , 'if" .. " ' .. j Tn AboUtlonisIt, itys th Seneca Adverb- f,bev Improved npoa their claim that "Mr. UttmM I tb Government." Tbey now call him " the Conntry.M Mrs. Lmooui bw hef. tofora beta " Mrs. Gorirnmsnl; " bnt now, tt soppoM, h II" Mrs. Country;" J rt auiaretaad P-.TW l-'ormid," ee the itmil, Waif, whatl Why, Mils U get unl after a, great deal of aalaver 'that the pemooratlo toaer ara going to crop tn nam bf Mr. YLf oiobii on eoldlers'tloksli, and gel tbm to vote for the balance m ua cia dldal. -s Th Jintnal understands what it Imaglnw and la Informed of what It wishes, but doe not expect. It knowa that tt mor VitutrntoHia' true position la nnderstood by th soldiers be more popular he beoomee among tbem, and that the more Baouoa' real position I known to them the more tbey dislike him. j ; Wo not only "understand," and "are Inform 4," but we bar strong proof to back It np with, that It it war possible, which it I not, to loduoo Mr. Vallamdiqham to desert th Dem ooratio pwty, the JomaPe faotlon would kick Jack Biouoh off the track In a trice, and run Val. for Governor with a grand hurrah l What a godsend the brains, courage, and manllneee, the gennlne Unlontam and the noble love of true liberty, In suoh a man w Vallamoioham, wonld be to that Imbecile, wornout and time serving organisation ! Thi radloal Abolition Cleveland Ltader re olee over Mr. Lincoln' Springfield letter a evidence that he hw got " baokbone " and will tiok to hi emancipation deoree through thtok and thin. Tbo Leader accordingly throw off ail dltgulee, end cxolalmt: " To ioaur peace, aiavery and rebellion must be extinguished to getter. No terms oan be made with either." Slavery must be extlngulabed together with rebellion against the Abolition policy. These are the ende for which the deader would carry on the war. That paper ie en admirer and an ardent aupporter of John Baooqh Oni characteristic in the Abolition party Is this a few years' aervioe In their ranks unfit a man for office and he Is laid on the shelf to mske room for some mao who hw beeo, but I do longer fit to bo oalled a Democrat After a abort term, he, too, la shelved for some new renegade from the Democratlo raoka. Aa for example Tod and Brouor. The Meeting at Xenia. "We are Making History"-What Kind of History Will it Be! We sre frequently met by our friends, who say, why do you not comment and bold up to publio execration more prominently tola and that enormity and outrage upon publio liberty and common deoency, committed by tbl Ad ministration and It agents? Our reply is, we do our beet, but to suiuoiy notloe an the atroo Itlee that come under our observation would reauire a paper as large ai the eky and a pen ae large w a mountain to tranaorlbe It. The Administration and its agents, therefore, ac tnallv obtain conaiderable impunity from criti cism, from the foot that tbey do ao muoh that ia outrageous that It I beyond human ability to notice It all. When tb futurs analyst snail writ th his tory of this era, and pioture in narrative form tbe cruelty, tyranny and oppress Ion; the cow ardice, tbe folly ana toe wioxeane or tb fac tion whloh hw ruled ih United State for tb lwt two years, It will be admitted ts be the moet dreadful reoord that the world has seen In tnnHnrn tlmaa. W know of no orime against popular or in dividual liberty against law, equity and Justice against th peaoe and prosperity of tbe coun trythat be not been committed by a turbu lent. Intolerant, fanatical and blood-thirsty faotlon. whloh has been dominant in tbe North. Their proceedings have been written In th In fernal vlolenoe of mobs In the meaner aod more oppressive form, but equally uieral man. net ol sovemmental aerseontloo and oroacrlo tlon In tbe tyranny and aneorupuloueexereloe of power ay military eommanaer ana ooorte martlal In tb eigne and groan of the thous and of honest and patrlollo Democrats, who, for opinion's tak, In th loyal States, have been Incarcerated lo tbe filthy dungeon and military orison, ana camp or no country in the beart-brokra lamentation and (offering of their famDlee, tho by tb ebeeooe of their proteotor and head reduced from afflaenoe to want and penury. They will be recollected In the blood of the brave, chlvalrio and patrlotlo young men, wnion nw osen pourea oat like - . . ail. l I L. 1 . water to restore a couainou waioa obi ocen forever lost by tbe madness, blind and wicked paaeton, of the evil men who have swayed the counsels ol the Administration! They will b remembered in the story of broken nladffee. of violated constitutions, of disregard ed laws, of usurpation and vlolenoe, that baa so distinguished tho time in wbioh w live, end iiMomrjllsbed tbe ruin of our noble form of Gov ernment! Tbey will be remembered in thst ssme Intolerance that hw carried politioal feelings Into all tbe walk of privet life broken np tb harmony or net g noon, irienasana relative by the eame wioked epirit of bigotry aod In tolerance that had previously brought about th ww between tb Bute, and plunged tb land Into monrniac and blood! Tbey will not be for gotten, because they marked out every Demo crat, who dleagreed with their Insane and cruel pelloy, M a rlotlm for c-preealon, who ww to be followed by governmental, politioal, person al and social outrage. Ttese thing bav been written deep la tb heart or the people, and; with or without historical narration, will be transmitted lo future generation aa warning or examples'. Almost every man. opposed to the poller ol thle despotic Administration bw ble tale of In dividual suffering to reoount, and bis recollec tion f affronts and injuries (ustalned for an honeat difference of opinion, that ha will never forget ttwt time caa never erase from hi heart. Th spirit which bss been abroad, and whloh has desolated our fair land, nw been mor malignant and wicked one than any of which history bw any mention. Those who hay instigated it and been it leader bar been so ricked, uai to worn ana moss uoeperiie cow aotero of other age and other oountrle aeem alnt in comparison. Snob will b th Impar tial judgment of history when tb passion and prajudioee of thla ara ahall bar unaided, and the light of reason and calm reflection (ball once more govern men. une or too moet prom inent feature of tn urn i to etrangt ana extraordinary barbarity and cruelty that hw rendered th lwt two year eo famous, and wbioh hw eoognt gratification In aota of tyrnny which onld have canted Nero to bluab, and from which Robespierre would have recoiled to hor ror aod ehame. Evn these acta have been but faint examples of tbo distemper sod madness which bw wised bold of a large portion of our population, and whloh finds expression in word BBd wishes that are a disgrace to civilisation ud Christianity, and ihamt evea Paganism and Mohammedanism. , r c v. . . Not only will the cruelty and atrocity of th men now lo power, and tb fiendiebnea of th epirit they bar exhibited, be euitibly traced by the hlstorlat'e pen, but they will Illustrate tbe page of the novellas, the poet and tbe dramatist. W hen charsotere from real life can be drawn of tbl ra, ana th prow and apeeob ar free, the obeeu or youta ana beauty wui mantle with indignation and tbe eyee auffues with tears tt th atory of the wiode and th suffering of those places, forever accursed In th memory of every patriotic American, Fort Lafayette aod Warren gloriou name dese crated to the act of iufamon Buttles, a If In mockery and disdain; and of tbe bundrede of other military camps and prislou scattered throughout the country. They will tympathlx with th aufieringe of tb unhappy and iunootnt inmate, and execrate tu anmor or, weir op. Brnidon. W bav no doubt, too, that. In the not distant tutor, th curtain will rise npoo th dramatic tag upon tb scenes that commemorate and aoltably deecrlb th cruel- tie and enormities of tbe guilty agenia of power, end that, from tbe pit to the crowded rallert. th nwrationa will bo unanimous and hearty tt their Infamy, while tbe tew wi!! flow unbidden from many as eye at tb recital of fuels brbultee, y ta pn U history; la narrative apd to poetry, upon too stage of aha tkeiter sad by th pencil' of fit atlt od tb painter, th acenee or oruelty . and runleniam that wo bare alluded to will go down to th eye and tho ear of future genpratlonai to'th last chapter of recorded time. Vi b 'a We we, Indeed, making history, ana w pos terity look back upon th gallant, heroic and brilliant Vallandlgham, tha victim of eland er Ih most foul, of Iniustlo. and Buffering the moet palpable, and of oppresajooi the moat un-H xtmpieo, ana or power tae moetr reieoueee and unscrupulous, li will afford a most delight ful contrast of moral and intellectual cower to th crowd of parasites of those who dogged his rootetepe, ana wua eiaqoer, venom, vitupera tion and abuts, at d with th whole army of llee and fraud followed him even with their enven omed tonguee and pan Into hi glorious and never to be forgotten exile, and like t iwwm of insects, kept up their bun about tbe ear of the patrlotlo (tateaman. Ota. Enquirer. Democratic Nominations. Th Demoorata an! other Conservatives of Ih oounlle nsmed below, have pnt In nomlna Hon the following atrong and exoellenl licketo: HIGHLAND COUNTY. For Represenlatlv, Capt. Charles A. Shaaff; Prortal Judge, Albert u. Matinew t Clerk ol the Court of Common Plew, John A. Trimble ; Hberin, a. T. uooic i xreuurer, u. w. Law renoe i Reoorder, John Bis kin j Prosecutin g Attorney, E. T. Johnson ; Commiisioner, Wil liam Cooard ; Infirmary Director, Adam Mil ler ; Coroner, Christopher B'shtr. GALLIA COUNTY. For Representative, John Saons, Jr.; Treas urer, A. P. Rodgera; Proaecuting Attorney, David B. Hebard; Sheriff, Strotbar Hay; Re corder, Jamae E. Robioeon; Probate Judge, Oeorge Sbambardt, M. D.; Commissioner, John Norman; Infirmary Director, Jamee W. Womeldoiff COLUMBIANA COUNTY. For Representative, Samuel Quigley; Pro bate Judge, John Reid; Proaecuting Attorney, J. H. Wallace; Treasurer, Peter H. Boswell; Clerk of Court, E.B. Hwtings; Sheriff, Hen- ?' Fox; Reoorder, J. K. Lowrie; Commissioner, bomw S. Hamilton ; Infirmary Director, John Fleming; Coroner; Jacob Boston. , , BROWN COUNTY. Dr. W. C. Hall; Clerk of Court, John G. Da ren; Probate Judge, W. P. Allen;. Treasurer, J. P. Lousiso; Reoorder, Jobn Wcoj); Surveyor, J. M. Stivera; Commissioner, G. W. Biown; Infirmary Dueotor, Adtm Rose. RICHLAND COUNTY. For Senator. Thomas J. Kennii Rebreeenta live, Samuel S. Bloom Prpbate Judge, Joseph Hast loirs: Froaieatua Attorn er, JabcBU.ckOT Sheriff, Jobn A Lee; County Treasurer, Hiram R. Smith; County Commieaioaer, Leonard Swfgart; Iofirmary Director, Fergue Moiebead Surveyor, Jonn newmau. ASHLAND COUNTY. For Representative, William Larwlll; Clerk- William G. Heltman; Frobate Judge, W. A G. Emerson: Treasurer. Henry B Hershej Commlealoner, John Van Neat; Iofirmary Di; rector, Jas. MoNaulI; Coroner, Jobn Wood born. "Hurrah for Jeff. Davis." Such ww th expreselon made nw of by a few Abolltlonlat who attended tbe DemooraUo meetlnt? at this Place on tbe S7tb of August We do not know whether the? Intended, bs tble expression, to expresa a preference for Jeff. Devi, or to create the Impression that Demo crat cheered for the great unhung. , Perhaps It ww t little) of both. Certain it is. nowever, thataed sat Jtantette fturreasd ftr Jeff. Davis at lAot meeting. W bar th names of som of tb Abolition gentry who Indulged In thle amusement, bnt onl of kindness to their families we withhold them for the present. Csmerutes, l J'Jfereonian. ' Oira oflthe "ww mewurea" of the "Govern men! " 1 th appointment of General Sebofleld to tbe oommaod of the Department of the Mis souri. It hw bsen taught from Abolltioa quar ter tbal ll I treaeonau to oppoi aoy of lb " ww measure " of tb "Oovornmenl." In view of Ihl fwt, w bav been urprled to see that In numerous Abolition. quarter tb appointment of General SonofUld I opposed" aod bitterly denonnoea. we auppose, bower w, that the natnre of tho offense obangea a It l com ml tied by one person or anotner. it la i very gear offenw If committed by a "copper bead," but no offeoss at au it oommitiea by an Abolitionist. ' So we go. Catesos Zwtss. Hon. T. J. Kenny Nominated. The Senatorial delegate of Richland and Ashland mel In the latter place on Tbnrsdav lwt, and nominated Hon. T. J. Kenny for the Senate by acclamation. I ni i anotner good nomination, Mr. K. having bsen ono of the most useful tod influential member of the lwt Senate hi experience, therefore, will make him tbe more uaefui In tho next. The proceed ing of the Convention In our next. MntfieU Bhitia aad atnntr. " Iwtobtawt to liAatat Da. EABvar'a taauuPiua have never yet failed la removing dlfflculUee arising froaobtbueUon, or stoppage of natnre, or la restoring the ayateai la perfect health when gaSerinf from aplnal Afleotlona, Prolapena Dtart, tho Whites, or other weaknasa of the Uterine Onaaa. The cilia are rxriot- ly hanaleaa on the eoaatltUBOB, aad may be taken bj the moet delkate female without oaaalac dlatraaai at tbe same time may act Uke a oharaa by strengthening, invigorating and raalorlng the ayateai lo a healthy con dition, and by bringing on the monthly period with reg alarlty , ao antler froue what eaaae the one true tlon amy arise. They should, however, HOI be take daring the Brat three or four months of pregnancy, though aafe at any ether time, aa miscarriage would be the result. Been bos contains SO Pills. Mee One Dollar. - -i Dr. BABTBY'B Treatise oa Dleeaeaa of Tens lea, Pregnanoy, Hlaearriafo, Barrenaeee, Sterility, Bapra duo tlon and Abuses of Datura, and ampbattoally Ih Ladles' Private Medloal Adviser, a pamphlet of a pacaa, esnt free to any add rem. Bli eenta required la postage. . i he Pllla and book wUI be eaat by mall. Then da aired, securely sealed, and prepaid, by J. BET AN. M. D.. General AienL - Ho. 7 Oedar 84., stew fork,' . told b all Drunlsts. , B. BOAxiLAXI ft 00., Wholesale agent. OINOiaBAM. Tana Iditiom SOtw Taopaaaa. Dr. Harvev'a Treatise oa Diseases iof lemalea, Pregaaaoy, SUsoar- Wl PMIWUMW, PWIUIIJ, JWpiVUUCMUU, HN VBM of Mature, and emphatically the LADIIS PBITAIB HBDIOAJb ABTlBBB, a pamphlet of SO pages, sent free to ear ed drees. Biz eeate required to par the ent by mall, oonldenUallr, when desired, aaDoaatf laaaa, and prepaid, by J. BBTAW, H, D.j ! 7 Oedar It., Haw Tork-Peetoatoe Box ,7. ; aaanhSl-daiweowly . ., . . .. I HEW ADVERTISEMENTS, . THAT TBI ....v . -?..-,: i egll ;. biqins on- Tuesday Next, Sept. 8th, 1863, No Charge Made for Entries J AllKntriee) Mtuit ! Made Before) Tuesday Krenlng. j . seassaaaBBBBBxe BBBBaBBaBBaBS . - t Entries may now bo made at the Gazette Offce, Flatt JBauding, i - -19 East Btate fltreet ; : ! BEAR lit StlND TIIAT OTEK 11200 are offered la presataats, payable to OaSB.-. ., , R'EW'E That 0B SOttAf. admlta the heads of e famlly. wlta their children under twenty-one years of age, daring the Pair, aae gives wi wnviieire n eawnng ae many aru tksseeaiuiaasthaywlahlsodlbat u,,' TSO KITBA GulHfll S Is kads. aet even for taffur tat tut grcnadi Mbm.earjtjknwaaaa.tu u t-sunni. iitT wtH'4, tt f't t-n rA'H" -a'vmjt) I Ml wm FMfl ri Proposals toi scavation. , Oasif 4os Orriatt Oau-waea, 0e. . Daaaiaa Boaaua. wa. flia ana Tews trs. ( V TVKOtpOaALa WILL HS HEI1EIVED J M tills orS oa for xo4Ttla ueoOyBrdaof aellaraad foandatlona for tb Areanal b,Wlnt oa or before Bep- asbBrlO,18sV Li U -- a tar Bauarwi btww - AddKol oasr. J. W. VQBD.Tt No. M, Oolamba,J'oB', Ohio. tptl-4td b Proposals for.StoneZand Brick, 1 fl I J yoaaaiaes Orrtci. Ooieaaua, Opro1, 'II - J bsaaiM BouDiae, ooa. Hiaa asd Iowa Its.) CSALED PBOPOSAIS TILX, BE HE O eelnd ai thla offloo for Ua rollowinf marariaia , . roaadatloa ttoas M aainiDg. 9?J mmW ; ---- J" for eolaouia..-...... es " i nlMlnHtAla.. ............. ........ J ' ' OnlBtoae SloOOeoUefeet. 128 Window Bills, oat stone, S fl. Ion, JSx bub.. 128 . w Oape," - !. W10 - . v. an. - - u .. .il. 14 Qt Qln.tiw lilln. 1 S tatfora ktooa.w.C, tu X 't. wide, llstopo, - 'ft. by 1 ft. . In- BwialeB- M H laMhaa. - Brlok.......:- , , SOO,000 The foaaaattoa. atone ' for balldlng to be of boat quality lam flt itone, not leas than tan lneb.ee thick, and for iwsnty-foni eolnmna to be at kaat one foot thick, and platform atone three foot square. Bonding- atone to be of bast qnaUlty, the ontatde of balldlng to be hamnwMreawd ruga work In eonnsa from olaht Inohea to twelve Inches (to be mauurad In the bnfldlni). The brio to be at beat quality, firm texture, bard burned and of uniform color. The ent atone to be of best quality, dremed tn eonforalty to working drawings and opeelflsatioBS, whloh oan be examined In thla offloe, where all other In formation will be girea to enable bidders to make pro posals uudors'andlogly. Bids for the above materlala ru be made for tha whole of the eut atone, building atone and brick, or for either of them separately, and must be distinctly marked on the envelope, "Proposala for ttone and Brick." Samples of atone ihonld accom pany the bids, and be marked with name and plaoe where obtained, all tbe above material must be delivered on the site for the Oolumbua Arsenal, Columbus. Ohio, sit uated on the corner of Harbor atreet and the Newark and Oolumbua railroad, about one mile northeast of the Bute Capitol, at such times and In inch quantitlee aa may be required. Bids will be opened at 13 If ., en Monday, September II, 1863. Tbe right to reieot aoy or all bida and to In vite new propoaala will bo reserved. - ' Addreta Capt. i. W. TODD, Box No. S3, Columbus, Ohio. ... , Like proposala will be leoelvedby Capt. in. tkbad. WAbfj, uranaooa veperimeu?t juaiBuapouB, wuiki. aoptf-dtd ..... Olsclnnail Commercial willcopy and aend bill to (his omoe.j Proposals for Sawed Lumber y- osraanca umci, uolcbu, vbid, i DaiaLia Bdildiho, coa. Bias asn Town Bts. J QEALEO PHOPOetLS WILL BE HE KJ esivea at mis omce ror, ue louowug awnei . White Oak. ............ M.OOOfeet White Pine 122,000 : All the ihnse Imnhtr nnit -be of the best aualltr. free from unsound knots, shakes or rota ; 'to be eut full to alaea ilven. and aauarel on all the eornera. Bull dotalla will be given, and bills of the above lumber may be examined at thla omoa. Bids will ee reeeivea for tbe oak and pine together er- separately, aad must ne Buraea-OB ui. anveiona. --rronoaaia un itumumr. All tha above material to be delivered on the site of the Oolumbua Arsenal. Oolumbus. Ohio, comer or Har bor atreet and the Kearark and Oolumbua railroad, at each tlmM nil In inch a nantttlea as mav be directed Bid. rnnat ha tddnanad to Cent. J. W. TODD. Ord nance Department. Box Ho. S3, Columbus, Ohio, and will be opeoed at II at ., Oetober 1, 1S0J. Like propoaala will be received byOapt.T. J. TBBAD' WILL. Ord nan oe jMpaitment, Indianapolis, Indiana. aept$-dtd i Toledo Blade and Cleveland Hsrall wllL nopy and aend Bills to this omoe.j Public Sale. IWTXl BILL AI PUBLIO BALI, ON BBFTHMBBB tth, oa tbe farm formerly occupied by W. B. Preston east of the ioloto river, one mile from tbe Penitentiary, oa tne vuoiin turbpue, ue following property, to wit a vrooa mares, i a.h 1 two-year old Hare.) ,lM ,l00 S one year old Haras. 1 Mule Oolt. " " 3 Milch Oowe. . w a lt 1 three-year oil Bteer, i; 3 8 Pine Spring Calves. A lot of atoek Bogs. .,..- IH acres of Potatoee la the ground. ' . " 1 two-home wagoa. and all ay faimtag atanslls. 80 acres ot aora aa the ground, and other artiolea toe naaeroas to mention. . A 11 oroSaetionj will be Bold for ease. Balance ot.tenaa made knowa oa day of THOMAS SHANNON. TAK B. GLAZIHB Auctioneer. Oolumbus, Aug. 88, 1808-dlw. T GRAND SHOOTING HATCH! 1930 Worth of Prize to be Shot For Oa th 7th and 8th dy tf September, 1863, AT THS Shooting Ground ol the Company, 1 mile south or uoiumous. .-. ; . BTIOH TABQBT. . - V:; w , 1st Pitse. Tea sett eomnletei Cd. Bolid silver Ooblet Id. Gilt frame Looklni alaaa: 4th. Whatnot blank wal nut; 5th, Knives and Porks, Ivory hand lee; tb. Branny aat; 7th, Oold Loeketi 8th, Gold Pan aad allver holder; vth, out flower vaaesi lotn, Tobaoeo box; utn, rowder nut; lxtn, ucie anger nng. : y, : 9 e - KBHB TABQIT. let Prise. One Wine set: Id. Bet Tabts .Spoons: 3d Bockbig Chair; 4lh, Spoon, Knife and Pork; 5lh, Pocket Book; ih, Paney Glided Shoes (ornament); 7tb, Sat Tea Bpoonsi em, ma aag. . , i i,, OPI BAND SHOOTING. 1st Price. Card Table: td. Blfled Pistol: 3d. Silvtr Slower vassal vestoentsr Shot, one Orinoune.. i The Slich tickets tt a DMee. Kabr tickets 16 for tl Bbootlna to oommenoe on HondavJieot. 7lh. at 8 o'ol'k a. it., anu loeontinusuntu Tnesdar.at e oioca r. s Priaea caa be eeea and tickets bought at Blsbert'a Gng wuiua Dull.. mKU .VI W,. ' ' Boles and regulatlona will be found at the Shooting isouse. uy order ot -the committee. Auction ' &: Commission. HAVING OPENED AIT ADO a" ION, COMMISSION BOOM OH TBB ; ;; T 8outhwst Corner of Fritiid 4 Fourth . Btreeti, Jfo, 137,.JL1':. near the Zettttr Beuae, t an new prepared tortcelvt on Commission every deecrlpUon of property. Par4 uoaur atianuon given totnesaisol,-. r ; Horses, Wagons. Carriages, AND ' " ' Household and Etfchen Furniturel N. B. lelea le the eountqr promptly attended to' . .OEOROE H. EARHAKT auglfl-d3m '' ... . SUMMER BESOBT. OECZO WMte Sulpliw ... rf) ... i 1 1 , t i The Season of 1863. i-u .1,11 l ..' ' I -A'!"- nPEU, WBtli KNOWN WAtlBINO PI.AOI wnt be formally opened for the reoeptloa of - guaaU about the middle of Juae. In the meantime penonj dseirlng to enjoy the privilege of the plaoe, will M aooommodaled. TEN BPBINOB, thla season, will b under, the Immediate. supervUlon of tha Proprietor! who will be satiated by Messrs. Jos. A. Iwaima tti C. 0. MtTcaau. It la tha lntantion to make the house, In all respects, equal to the beet watering plaoe in the country, and to provide generally for the oomfort and teooaamodatloa of the guests J V. . . j)r. , tor terms and ether Information, address , ANDBBW WILSOKk Jn,, ' " " Lewis Center P. 0., ... dataware oounty, 0 mai31-ewtf ,.!,' i '. i -' Oysters 1; Oysters!! JUBI B.10BIVBD BT BIPBBSS, ' - Shell "Oysters &na Claras. Also fresh Ota and Keg Oystert, at ;.i ,v r.K WAONBE'S DIf IN(J HAU. sept-dtf i - .r'W Kot(; Books lost. rw' ft7 I II.OBT oa Saturday or Tuesday laet, probably oa the Harbor plank road, three note books containing sev eral notes each, ell made payable to aoy order. I wars all persona againsi negotiating ror toon notes a payment has eeea stopped. Toe under will be rewarded by lev ins than at my residence, eorner ef Moand ant Sofa, to auvet. or Si nirug lorongn w sosromce. , fsps'"'! . kt vi at mvum ; Hon. T. J. Kenny Nominated. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Saturday, ept. out, at uiiwoorwoga, Tha, q4oII??U rJeataal CaUU hare aiacl thfolwlng appolntmwU for (net Ihioughonl the 8it. Tb local oommlt leed will eet to U that they ar properly td- JW?1 1 i. Xf . - . i rj sti.kl.tiir mnntv; sneakers A. u. innmuaB. D. W. 8ttrabangbr E. B. BabaMnaa, Wat. . cxtaetri Speakers A. S Th"' ,w"' Flnok, pWStantbaogb, !.Ehlaaa, B. Sumbaash. E. B..Eenslman, ,W. A, BoW-l" J BtCo. ?! V i. yjwiu , v i hu. On Wednesday, Sept. Wh, at Athena, AlhjM oonnty : 8peakereA. O; TbnrmaBj V. " . Stambangh, Jamee R. Morris, E. B. Eshelmep, . 00 Thareday, Sept. lOtb, at MarletU, Waah iDgton ooaoty: Speaker A. O. ThnrbJan, Jame R. Morrt, E B. Eshelmaa, D. W. Stambaagb. . ,.. Oa Friday, Sept. . 11 tb, at MoCooneUrllle, Morgan oonotyt' Speakere A. G. Tborman, Wm. B. Flnek, Jamet R. Morrl. IV ai bangb. ' . ' ''' On Friday September 18th, it Waverlr Pik oonnty: Bpakr-Gorg E.v Fqgli, Cbarle Reemelln, Well A llalohln. J C Groom. .. ' . ' On Salnrday, September 19.h,,at Jaokaon C. IT., Jackson oonnty: 8peakere George E. Pagh, Charles. Reemelln, Wells' A Hatohlns, J C Groom. On Monday, Beplembtr Slei, at Portsmouth, Soloto eonnty: Speakere George E Pngh, Charles Reemelln,, Welle' 4vHatcbin, J C Groom, 8 S Cox On Wednesday, September 93d, el Ironton, Lawrenoe oonnty: Speakers Georg E. Pogb, Cbarle ReemeUo, Well A. . ffotchlns, J C Groom. - -. . " 1 r On Friday, Septembrr 25th, at Galllpoll, Galia count j: Speakers George E Pogb, Charles Reemelln, Wells A. Hutehios, J C Groom. '' " . : ' . ' ', '''"' ' On Saturday, September 26th, at Potnerc?, Meigs, county; Speakers Gecrge E. Fog'a, Cbarle Feemelio, Well A Hntohine, J C Groom, J R Morris. ' On Thursday, September lO,b,"at Fremont, 8anduky oonnty: SpeakersGeorge E. Pngh, T. W. Bartley, M 8tort, J C Groom. - On Wednesdsy, Sept. 9tb, at Elytia, Laralo county: Speakere Geo. E. Pogb, Mi Smart, T J Kenny. T W Bartley On Saturday, Sept. 5, at Lewif burg, Preble doont: Speakers GttE Pogb, Alex Loog, D A Houk, G W Andrews.' ' , . J Oa Tuesday, Sept 15,b. ai Bu J.uueJ Crawford eonnty: Speakers D W Voorbeee, TM Bart ley, C A White, S Medary, Otto Dreeel, W P Noble. . . . !. n . On Tbarrdiy, Stp' lO.h, a Marioo, Marion ooaoty: Speakers G U Pndletutij SI 'Me'd.ery, 8 W Gileon, T J Kenoey, A S Ramae... L ale Sobaefer, C A Whit.: - - . Oa Friday, Hept.lltb, at. Woos er, Wayne eonnty: Speakers G H P.ndleien, 8 Medary, J t Green, 8 W Gileon, C A Whit. Oa Monday, Sept 14th, at Ravenna, Portage eonnty: Speaker G H Peodletol, jT J Ken ney, S W Gileon, P W Stambangh ,"" Oa Tuesday, Sept. 15th, at Warren, Tram bull oonnty: Speakere-G. H. Podlton, S. W. Qllson, T. ii Kenney, D. W. Bumbtngb, Lonl Shaffer. ' ' " ; ;. , ' Oa Wednesday, Sept; 16th, at tanfleld, Ma honing eonnty: Speaker G H. Pendleioot T J Keoney, J W 8timbangb. J. .' . : Oo Thareday, Sept. 17th, a New Lisbon, Columbiana eountv: . SDeaker T J Keoner. 8 W Gileon, D W Stambaogh. rr ti? - -- un r riday, bept. istn, at Tiffld, neneoa oonn ty; . Speakers G H Pendjeton, 8. Medary, Otto Dresel, W E Finek. . . ; Oa Friday, 8ept. 1 111, at Fkdlay Hanoook eonnty: Speakere Geo B Posh, T W. Bart Uy, M Stuart, J C Groom. Un Thursday, Bept. 17th, U Cellna, Haroar oonnty : Speakers C. A White, 8. 8 Cos, Alex long, Col AS Rarasey. - " 0a Friday, Sept. 18ih, at Greenville; Dark ooaoty i Speakers 3 8 Cox, C A White, Alex Long, Col A 8 Ramsey, it J Beebmar On Saturday, Septt lib, st Eaton, Preble oonnt : Speakers Alex Long. C A White. J F MoKlnny, Col AS Ramsey. ,m . e iw. un Thnrtday, Hept. I iih, at fort Clinton, Ot tawa county: Speaker William S' Flnek, Otto Dreeel, W. P. Noble. ,t Oa Friday, September I8ib, at Walhdndlnt. Coahooton oonhty: Speakers E. B. Olds, Judge Sample, A. Banning Norton, t - ? ! i 1 Oa Wednesday, September 18kb, at Ottawa, Putnam county: Speaker C. A. Whit, F. C. LaBlond, A M. Jaokrao, B. F. Metoali, H. J, Boehmer. ,:, , , , jmy On Tneadar. Sent. 33d. at New Lex In? ton. Perry oonnty: Speakers E, B. Olds, Georgs L: Conyerse, W. E. Flnok. t .. .h On Wednesday. Seel. 33d. ht -Pat serevllla. Perry eonnty: 1 Speskere-E. B. Olds; George L. Converse, W.E. Flnok. :. ', :VV On Wednesdsp eienlnn. Sent.' 9that Nor- walk, Huron oonnty: Bpeaken T. W. Bartley M. Stuart. Oa Thareday. Sent. 10th. al Hamlttan. Ba'- ler ooaoty: Speakers Geo. Bliss, M Birohwd, AUiander, Long, Otto Dreeel, F C LtBlond. A M Jackson, Wm Allen, Luk F.Couens. of Naw York. .' . . -",.), i.. I. Oa Friday, Sept. 18tb. at SoatU. Monw eonnty: Spetkers M Blrohard, Cba Fpllatt. D W Stambangb, Wm Johntonr v' un rriday, sept. Itfin, at Lebanon. Watrea oonnty: Speakers T, W. Bartley, A;G,Tbnr mao 1. L, Green, Geo.' Blls. -l u illlxu. Oa Thnrtday, Sept. 2(!b, at Planar Miami eonnty: Speakers B. 8. Cox; a Pendleton. uo Wednesday, Bept, Wi,. at -.WoodeneM, Monro eonnty: Spsakers T W Bartley," C A White, J W White, J R Moirl., , a un Tbnrsday, Bept. alio, at Caldwell, obl eonnty: Bpeker-& A Whit, T-W- Bartley, J R Morrl, J W White, , ua lonreasy, uett istiSt xonngstown, ma honing eountv i Speakers 8 S Cox. T W Bart ley, Georg Bliss, John MoSweeney. P:"-J.' Un Saturday, Hspt. iih,at Mooroevllls, Hu ron couaty i Speakers M Blrshard, Cba Fpllett, D W Stambangb, W P Nob!. On Monday evening, Sept Slit, at Tolado, Laos ooaoty i Speake re C Faltett. M Blrohard, DW Stambangb. .( on Tnetdsy, Bent. 5KJ. at Naooleod, Hnri oonnty: Speakers DW Stambangb, C Folltt ni ttirenard, John Moawny. '. ;- ua Tuesday, Bept WJ, at l'lattebnrg, Clark ooaoty: Speakere J L Green, Georg Spence. - Un wedneeday. sept.sd, atBowuntr Green. Wood eonnty: Speakari C Follett, D W Stam bangb, M Blrohard, Jobn MoSweeney. t On Wedaeeday trcnlng, Sept. 9th, at Pike' Opera House, Cli.olonatl: Speaker Wm Al len. - JOHN G. THOMPSON, Ch'nt T GEO. L. CONVERSE, Seo'y: ' 1 SAMUEL MEDARY, Ij ;, AMOS LAYMAN,' ALLEN G. THURMAN," i'. , Democratlo Stat Central Commltt CO-PARTNERSHIP. II. H. ACITI8, have this day aiaoeiated with me Mr. Obarley Cool, lo tha Olgar and Tobacco business, under the firm name of Alma A Cool, at tha old stand, No. 160 South High alrsot. seput-sta i CIGARS & TOBACCO. ATjMS; & COOXii No ltn south Elgh Street, .;' . J KFOBTBIS AND SliLIBB IN yOBSIQN ABB A voisotiie Cigars and Oherrfing, .Tobaoop. Of the vsry belt brands la tha country- OhastarkOrlg. nal Honey Dew fins ealSbewiag IobooT IJ7 Zb trade tap lie oe liberal Una u saptS-latd : Cominencement'of Pnillo Schoolaand e EswniDation of Teachcra, nrHB riiii' TEwn at the ra.au L Sohoolr-of this etty, wtu ei issue n a Moada. BP itember rtn, ana w ewauiawa or taaeserawtu aa held on Tburtusy, "eptemour ao, at ua i j ncneoi a tree.. r,:.u t. ,UQLT,Uff, Broad street.