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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT ! ; The Ohio Statesman Company,1 Amos IjA vn a N i EllUra7 COLUMBUH, OHIO I sXfURDAY MORNING, - - JUtY Thanks. the tntensfljcat thattiaa prevailed all wMk Iim not Di-evented the Kentlemanly and efficient Agents and Messengers of Adamg' ExDress from nuttliie on our table Eastern and Western papers In adyanca of the tnalls, for which we tender tnem our tnanls. y . M . .. . The Democratic Party. ""Spme of the Abolition papers are endeav oring to. create the belle), that there Is a split In the 'Democratic party In Ohionot 'that they believe It, but because they want 'it tf tie 1 believed. Other papers of that -class: Are wiser and warn their readers not 'to be beguiled by any such nonsense. It is ttmt TbM men a verv few the lead- '.n nf ivhlnh have oftener been, out of the Democratlo party than In It, are talking of organizing; what they are pleased to can :The State Sovereignty Democracy." i a ' DeniocracT ' ol . . Akdrkw,- Jacksow Is not gpoi enough tor them. ; The Democracy of the two million of voters who voted ror .McCuLAar.,for President ,1s not gooa enough for them Nothing is good enough 'for themthat Is Dei dictated by them. The onlulons. of .other men' are1 entitled Jto no consideration, the talents of all other 'men are contemptible; their learning mere chaff, and their services deserving no man ner of approbation. Jlad these men stood .where M08K8 did before the burning bush, instead of reaiving the ten commandments from i Jehovah, they would have sought to impose at least ten npon Him. This Is the name little knot of notoriety-seekers who irted to get up a third candidate for the PresWenej last fall, and signally failed. "While ' another , little squad, calling themselves the War. Democracy, ; were resolvinir in New York City to sup port the re-elect'on of Liscour, the Ohio' squad, co-laborers for the same -end: were Dlottlne to. brlnz out a "Simon Pure Democrat" against McClkllan. And now, having done all they could to defeat the Democratic candidate for the I'resl dency, they have the effrontery to say to the two hundred thousand Democratic voters of Ohio, "Follow our cab or we will blow you to the Devil." And what Is It they ask tho Denrocratlc party to suoscriDe to. or Buffer annihilation? . Yhy, Demo crats, you are required to declare that Jackson was no Democrat, because he de- n'ed the ritrht of a State to secede, and that Mr. Wm. M. Corry Is the Indis putable head of your party, because he savs that a State has that right. It is true that no such plauk was ever found In a Democratlo platform, and that the bouth ern States have quit talking about the right of secession, but why should not we allow Mr fVinnr to have a' new nlank for us and to clothe us In the cast-otf 'garments of the South? - Secondly You are required to proclaim from the house-tops that Negro slavery is inevitable, desirable ana right. Here again it is true that such a plank has never been in" our platform, and that the South, what ever may be its opiuion as to the right, pol icy or. humanity of Negro slavery, seems to have made up its mind that Negro freedom is inevitable. But this does not deter Mr. Cobby! '-, Many, great men ' at the ' South taught secession and slavery, aud failed. But what Mr. Cobry teaches can not fail 'in hut opmfon.' :' '' " .. But enough of this and our only excuse for writing this much, is that we are not likely to ever recur to the subject again. Tbls: pretended organization of another party is a mere sham. It has not even the ,meritTf originality, notwithstanding the great geniuses who are making a fuss about it. Thirty odd years ago, when Gen. Jack bom was President, the same thing, upon pretty much the same secession plank, was tried iu Ohio. ' It cameto nothing then, and Ibis poor imitation will come to nothing inow.-Tue whole country knows that the Democracy are a State Righto party not se cessionists, but State Righto men in the tru est and best sense of the term. And the whole country knows, also, that if the schemes of the Consolldatlonlsts, who are striving to coriceLttate all power in the bands of the General Government, and to reduce the States to the condition of mere provinces, Shall be successfully resisted, It will ' be by .the determined . opposition of the Demo cratic party. And, whoever sets himself to work to sow discord in that party, and to weaken its influence, Is, simply, whatever sentiments he may profess, a tool in the hands of the Consolldatlonlsts, and work ing for their success. . . m General Cox Don't Draw! .i-.The Managers of the Opera Uouse were in great extacles alt of yesterday. They bad previously received the consent of Gen. iCox and Staff to be present at the perform ance last night, and they so advertised the public. All day visions of an over-crowded house floated before their imaginations. Night came; the aotort were promptly on hand, and In excellent condition. . The crowd, however, did not attend. The fact l General Cox don't draw. " Negro Equal ity, ha will find, is not a winning card. Coshocton Democratic Ticket. , pat In nomination capital Ticket., Their can didate1 for Sheriff ifl Captain James M. Sells, of the 123d 0. V. I. This Is another evidence of the malignity of the "Copper heads? towards the soldiers. Undoubtedly, old Coshocton will poll a large vote for this Ticket, as well as for the Democratic State Ticket. . May we not hope that the Demo crats of that county will so work that their majority will be immeasurably in excess of their most sanguine expectations? The Fourth at Wooster. We leirn from TA Wag County Demo crat, that the. Fourth was celebrated in Wooster in strand style. Dr. Firkstomx ww tho fcraior of the day, and made one of the best speeches of Ms life. , , , Oca reference to The Dayton Journal the . othp day hM) Caused; it Jto. break .out in spots, And the spots are exceedingly Black. iWa bave no objection to the editor consid ering a Negro as good as himself. None la JbAleast. . "' ' The Fourth at Wooster. Friends of General Sherman, Read the Following: [From The Circleville Union, April 28, 1865.] " . "We publish In to-day's Union, the "official Accounf of SHERMAN'S INFAMOUS SURRENDER to Joe. Johnston and Jeff. Davis. No act of equal atrocity hat been com mitted by any General during the uw. ! - Sherman has been guilty of a gross usurpation of authority, and ought to be CASHIERED. It u no longer tafe to entrust tuch a man with the command of the army. "Sherman's military career lias been glo rious and brilliant, and it is sad to content " plate his disgrace. Like 'Lucifer, Son of the morning,' he has fallen to rise no more. If he had surrendered his whole army to , JohD8tou,he could not.have wore complete ly ruined himself." ' " The Circleville Union tho organ of, the Abolitionists of flckawav county; and, al though the on-going languagui lt folatlon to General Suehman may be considered out rageous, the comments made by the A Doit tion Press of this State about that time, in relation to General Shkkmak, were similar In character. These same journals that then so shamefully abused General Sherman, are now exceed I n el v anxious to receive his lit dorsement of their State Ticket, and of their revolutionary doctrines. A Suggestion. The ChiUicothe AdvertUer susrirests that the Democrats In their county assemblies, when they elect delegates to the State Con ventlon, should refrain Iront making plat formsthat that work had better be left to the State Convention. : Universal Suffrage. "The comments upon the resolutions adopted at our recent State Convention, by the press and by Individuals, indicate that the voice of Northern Ohio, at least, will be for the extension of suffrage to all malo cit izens ot Droner aire. This Question will come before the people in the election of Representatives and senators; ana in tne nominations for those places the views ol the candidates should not be overlooked, and proper pledges required of them. In this county and district we trust no man will be though: of who is not prepared to f iledge himself to use his vote and influence it favor of an amendment to our Constitu tion striking out the word white from S"c- f.inn 1. Artii'l V. An omission to reoulre this pledge, will bean omission of a full ex pression of the public sentiment of this county and district, which ought not to be neglected, insiaiency, u noinmg eise, Imposes upon us the active and earnebt sup port of this measure. We demand that it shall become the policy of other States, and we should not omit to put ourselves in the right altitude iu this relation." The above, copied entire from The Ashta bula SentiueL a paper which speaks author itatively for the Republican party, shows, conclusively, that in Northern Ohio at least, the "irrepressible issue" of negro suflrage is to be Insisted upon. Having so manipu lated the Convention as to secure the nom ination of candidates known to be exactly suited to their purposes, and caring not a tig tor their platform, which n bo construed to mean something, or nothing, or anything, thev now throw off the mask, and call up on their Confederates in the Southern part of the State, to become their hewers of wood and drawers of water, and assist them in the execution of their plans. If they suc ceed iu electing their candidates, that fact will be cited as proor that unto is iuuy committed to the ultraisms of neriro equali ty, and the next movement of "the friends of God and humanity" will bo in favor of Miscegenation, asasnecinc tor all social, Cleveland Plain Dealer. Sad and Fatal Accident. Our community were startled on learning that James Kelly, a citizen of this place, who was employed as manager ot a fur nace at Zanesville, by the Ohio Iron Cora pany. accidentally snot himself. It ap' pears that Mr. Kelly was overseeing a coal- inz job in the woods near Zanesville, and while there took out his revolver to shoot a squirrel, but not discharging the load, it is supposed be thoughtlessly put the weapon in bis pauts' pocket, when by some cause it exploded, tne Dan passing inrougn nis bowels into the fleshy part of his leir, caus ing a fatal wound, from tneeffecte of which he died the following day. His body was brought to Logan on Saturday, and was followed to the churchyard on Sunday by his sorrowing relatives and a large con course of citizens. Mr. Kelly was about 27 years of age, and was an honest, industri ous young man, respected by all who knew him. He was a brother of Henry Kelly, who, It will be remembered, was shot and Instantly killed by the rebels under John last summer, at below Hocking Sentinel. Disturbance at Camp Logan—Several Persons Seriously Injured. Between six and seven o'clock, on the evening ot the Fourth, a serious disturb ance occurred at Camp Logan, resulting In the serious Injury of several parties. The Germans were enjoying themselves at the Camp, and were visited In the evening by a number of young men under the influence of liquor. A difficulty soon occurred which ended in a general melee. The persons seriously injured were all Germans. Au gust Cook was seriously injured in the head; August Krootcbbach, was stabbed in the head ; Andrew Coulesparger, wounded in the head ; August Beuse, stabbed In the Bhoulder and arm, and Henry Krootchbach, stabbed In the side. Mr. Jas. Connelly was accidentally wounded in the foot by the discharge from a pistol in the hand of Ollicer Church. The police arrested twelve or tifteen ot the persons engaged and lodg ed in the watch-house. They have Chillicothe Advertiser. The Feeling of the Soldiers. The Ohio Democrat says: m We bave conversed with quite a number of soldiers since their return, and they rid icule the idea of a soldier voting for the Negro Equality doctrine of the Republi can party of Ohio. There are other reasons for this supposition, and foremost among them ifl the known fact that General Sher man is opposed to conferring suffrage on the Negroes. This will have its influence among the men, especially with those- who served under tbatgallantofflcer. Wethink, therefor, .looking over the whole ground, that wb nthe Aba. calculate on the votes ot the returned soldiers to help tbeni elect their Negro Equality Ticket, they are counting chicken that will never be hatched. . ' - ' - -''' Fatal Calamity. WaxEtiNO, W. VA'July 7. A most dis tressing and ratal caiamuy occurred nere AbOUt Dine 0 ClOCK last uig", icouihuk iii tk. jootH nf runf. John T.lst an old and nrnminnnt citizen of this city. And the f.An.jinf Malnr McPhall. Chief Ouar termaster of the Department. A squad of provost guards were in pursuit ot an es caped prisoner, when an order was given to Arc, which was obeyed by one of the members, tne oau laaiDneuwi. iu mc ungu of Captain List, "eve ring an arterr and passin g through the foot of Major McPhall, A..7r, a natntnl flpjjh wound. CaDtain List died In about an hour after receiving the wound, ine auair una cautwu uccp lng throughout the community. Killed bt A Boll-Oh Tuesday, the 4th, Mr. David McCulloch. residing near North ai .... i,nKul tn Hpxfh hv a bull. : Mr. DSIOUll v.v , - -, - -- McCulloch went into a Held to catch his horse,' when the bull gored him to severely ' 1.1... i.. AtA In four ninmnnll. I Mr. M.W1A one Ol the best citizens' of his neighbor- : and hlS deatO WIU U regreu,eu ujr au. —Guernsey Jeffersonian. i ir,Jw"o deaths from ann-stroke occurred in ClnclnnAtl on Thhrsday. Both victims are said ' to have been men of intemperate 1 habits;" ' ' ; Democratic County Convention. Th anminl AnmlniiMnff ITAnvpnt.lnll fnr Coshocton county, assembled at the Court House on the 3d Inst, and organized by electing llon.C. F.SangRter. President, ana J. C. Pomerene and Samuel Kctchum Sec retaries, i Wm. Jeffries, C. C. Gamble and Col. Swl gart were appointed a committee on Cre dentials. S. M. Bassett, Isaac T. Benin and J. C. Pomerene were appointed a committee to reDort the names of a County Central Com mittee. George W. McCleary, Ed. Hawthorne and Sharon Williams were appointed a commit tee to select delegates to the Senatorial Con vention. "Dr. B.GBlackbum,' Francis" McGwire" and Samuel Forker wero appointed a committee-to select delegates to tire State Con vention. ' - J. 0. Pomerene, John Shields, John B. Crawley, Shed. Casteel and Thomas Darling were Appointed a committee ron Resolu tions. - ' !,?..!'' AFTERNOON SESSION. C. C. Gamble, from the committee on Credentials, submitted the following re port, which was adopted: Adams R. C. Warren Vfta. Porter and Solomon Dewit. , . . Bethlehem Jas. Darling and John naw- ley. i . ' Boelford Samuel Forker : and - John Shields. Crawford Jacob Metz, Peter Helmlck. GotleipStine, Jacob Cox, Jacob Miller and Jeremiah Iwis. i . - .-if-. Clarke Beni. Reed, Laban Headington and Wm.BucKlew. Franklin-' Nicholas. Roger George Mc Clearg and Henry Cordey. ! Jcjkrton Tliomas Darling, Thomas. Don ley, Samuel Ltiiebaugh and John Wtlson. : Jackson Joseph Grunther, Jonathan Webb, Charles McJJrlde, Samuel Gardner and Ed. Hawthorne. LiittonO. F. Sangster, S. M-. Bassett, Geo. Bover, D.'R. Cook and N. Nichols. Perry Jacksou Casteel, .Wm. Buxton, George MeKee and Jacob Severns. : 1 Pike Lewis Ramsey and William Gn ham. -' i" ,' ' ! Oxford W. T. Yonngand James ShankS.' iluroe James Severns and A. Gobey. New Cattle C. C. Gamble, N'oah Llne- hnn irli and James Conelen. ! Alillcreek-John Gutiirie and Di Parkhill.. Tiverton John McKee, J. T. Burns and S- Meredith,;: ' -;; ' r-? . j Tutcaraieat Lewis Kountz. J. B. Crow- lev. S. Lenuon. M. W. Rod gers, John Mc- Cfeary, Joseph Burns, Jr., aud J. C. Pome rene. ; Vlrainia John B.Markley and Thomas Slaughter. . . ... Wattomton bhaci. casteel and J. 31. Smith. . j : - 1 ' f White Eyes Lewis Swlgart and Jonas Cooper. ' "' ' -: Aene-W. w. Sprague and onaron vt u- lliuns. . ... s ..., ... '"J. C. Pomerene, from the committee on Central Committee, reported the following, which was adopted: , 1L N. Shaw, Samuel Ketchum, James M. Smith, George MeKee. Benjamin Reed, C. C. Gamble, Dr. B. C. Blackburn, James T. MeCleary, Chas. II. Johnston. Mr. Hawthorn, from the committee to re port delegates to the Senatorial Conven tion, submitted the following, which .was adopted: S. Ketchum, C. F. Sangster, Thomas Campbell, Wm. Sprague, Thomas Jones. Dr. Blackburn, from the committee to select delegates to the State Convention, re ported the following : S: Ketchum, George McKee, James M. Smith, S. Lambersou, C. F. Sangster, F. W. Thornhill. The Convention then proceeded to the selection of candidates to be supported by the Democracy at the ensuing election.- On motion of George MeCleary, F. W. Thornhill was nominated by. acclamation for Representative. On motion of J. C. Pomerene, S. C. Bun ell was nominated by acclamation for Treasurer. FOR SHERIFF. First Ballot. ; Jimen M. Sells bad John liurnt " 1). Radeuhorar " Wm. Smith . " . 36 Tot. ..11 " ..IS " .. " 71 ., Second Ballot. James M. Se'll had John Burnt " ... KadehoYer " , Bmittt " 47 rotea. s " 10 , 8 "' . ' :' .':' .'' .' W On motion, the nomination of James M. Sells was then made unanimous. i On motion of Samuel Forker, Thomas, MeKee was nominated by acclamation for f'AmmlHlnnpr. - - ' William Hanlon was nominated by ac-' claroation for infirmary Director. Ou motion of Mr. Jeffries, Wm. Ravins croft was nominated for Coroner by accla mation. Levi Gamble was nominated for County Surveyor by acclamation. . J. C. Pomerene, from the committee on Resolutions, made the following report, which was unanimously adopted : : 1. Resolved, That the' Democracy of Co shocton county have uudiminlshed faith in the ancient principles of Democracy, as pro claimed by Jefferson, Madison and Jackson, as applied to the National and State Gov ernments, especially in regard to paper money, the tariff, and the doctrines enun ciated in the Virginia and Kentucky Reso lutions of '1)8, on the rights of the States and the sovereignty of the people. -' 2. Besolted, That we heartily concur with President Johnson In the opinion expressed by him in his memorable speech of Janua ry, 1861. that the Abolitionists and Seces sionists are both enemies of the Union and desire the overthrow of our Government and these elements both North and South coming in conflict resulted in- war and, upon them should rest All the odium of its desolation and horror. 1 jl 3. Resolved, That we hall with pleasure and decided hope and confidence, the declar ation of President Johnson, in his first speech after taking the ofllce of President, that there should be no centralization of nnwer at Washington, but that the neonle should control the Government and cor dially indorse bis policy of leaving to the States the settlement of the question of ne gro suflrage, a well as ail omer local and uoraemo auair. - ' 4. Resolved. That we heartily indorse the doctrine proclaimed by General Sherman in tils speecnat Lancaster, umo; "ieieacn State take care of Its own Internal affairs ; Ohio of hers, Louisiana of hers, Wisconsin of hers, and 1 believe the best results will follow;" and that we know, if all the Northern States had adhered to this rule, there would bave. been neither secession or wr. ' ' i' . . i . . .i . 5. Retolved, That we Agree with the late Stephen A. Douglas, that tbis Government was made by white men and for white men and their1 posterity forever and that we are unalterably opposed to admitting the African race, of whatever shade of color, to the rights of American oitizenship, believ ing that such policy would be destructive of the rights and iuterestsof the white race, and injurious to both. ... 6. Resolved. That while we denounce And deplore the unconstitutional and unneces sary acts oy wnicn me warwua inaugur ate!, on the Dart of both the Federal and Southern Authorities, and condemn the measures and objects by and for which it was prolonged, we tender to the brave sol diers in the Federal army our unfeigned thanks for their bravery, endurance and irallantrv during the terrible struggle!, arid glial! ever remember their glorious deeds with pride and gratitude. . ( 7. Resolved. That to Generals Sherman and Grant is doe all the honor obtained by the negotiations for Peace; and that in our opinion, they would haye made Peace three years ago, had they hot been restrained by the authorities at Washington. 8. Resolved, That we- pledge our united and hearty 'efforts to tlio support of the ticket this day nominated, and will nse all fair and honorable means to give it one thousand majority. - , 0. Resolved, That tho people of the West ern States have full long enough paid trib ute to the capitalists of the East; and that the agriculturalists of the West should ton suit and combine together, as do the capi talists of the East, to protect their own in terest": and If it becomes necessary, should consolidate their capital and ruanulauture their own woolthus retaining the Copt of transportation anil, profits and nenciltsof labor among our own people. 10. Resolved, That as the necessities ot War have caused a high tariff on foreign manufactures, the tariff should also be ex tended to foreign wool ot all grades, and oVin- a am rlnrApmlrtAil rha farmpra nnfl III- bllCAV V V U UVIA, IIMIIVU W ,- - - .'boreraof the Went eh all, not bear all UUiuiuca viawuwuv fcjvr fc-l J v vuw v - - - ..this tarifT, w-vwr-. 1VT 10. Resolved, That while we detest the doctrine of repudiation ot public debts, we candidly boliete the law exempting the holders of Government bonds, Irom State and municipal .taxation, Is unconstitutional, and the contract, in that respect, void from tho hniHtininit- on ftiut u-e ii-lll unceasing- bllO VlllllMtl ..V ..... n ly war against all such unequal and unjust legislation. ....... w - J 11. Resolved, That the corporations oi Oliio banks--and ' railroads which were incorporated for the mutual benefit of the stockholders and tlie-peopler-have become grasping and monstrous monopolies, and that the Legislature, at its next session, should, take immediate steps to bring them under the control of law. 12. Resolved, That Thk Ohio Statesman, CrUis, Cincinnati .Enquirer, and Cleveland Plain Dealer, bo, requsted to copy these pro ceedings. ' .- llie then C. F. SANGSTER, Pres't. C. F. SANGSTER, Pres't. J. C. POMERENE, C. F. SANGSTER, Pres't. J. C. POMERENE, Secretaries. C. F. SANGSTER, Pres't. J. C. POMERENE, Secretaries. S. KETCHUM, DIED: In this eity, oil 'Friday, the 7th int.( Dbmhis D ai LT, in the47ih rar of hi aje. .... . ... rrierytndaouaintanoosarerespeQtfulb'invjted to atHwd nil fuHSfaJ to-uorroW'vodayVartaraood; at S o'look. from hit late resideoas.. So. Nartit t'ropt trft. Ne W AdYertigemehts, TAKEN UP ON THR HIGIIT OF THE jsih, a HAY MARK, with nurin forhead. one nhite hind tool, had on Hddleand bridlcj whieh the ownor can have by calling at C. l. KAKKY'.S Lit err Stable, and provrof property. ,w"4i4rjluel Mathei" Ebtate.' , NOTICE I9.IEKEBT GIVEN THAT ' the undersigned baa been duly appointed and qualified ai A.lmmintrator ot the t.date of iSamutl Mutbtr, lata of Truro lowpship. franklia ,cean,gr. .Vjahwiy--... -ill.:. -JOHN WRIGHT EVERYBODY SHOULD GO AND SEE THE GREATBARGAINS I , -IS- . . . ; i NA UChVoN'S, And avail themselves of the rare opportunity now offered to select from the urgest, kewest no cheapest ' stock of goods in c0l0it1bus at , - O OS T! IT BEING NY INTENTION TO make a new improvement in the Kaughton build ing, ith tbe view of aiding a New Department (that of a Carpet and Home Furnishing Sales room), to my present business, the eoming all, I have therefore detormined to offer my entire stock at'such prices as will insure its speedy tale, and make room for the Workmen and Mechanics. THE STORE ISjULL OF GOODS. And most be emptied by August 1st, in consequence of the above improvement. Remember this it . xg-o OUS STOCK. Houitht at the high prioes ruling a few months ago, but everything . New, Cheap and Seasonable, AND. SELLING AT A SACRIFICE ! CALL EARLY AND EE FOR YOURSELVES, ' The Stock is complete in every Department, wbiob fact alone is a great advantage to purchasers . at such a time as this, when scarcely a store oan be found with even a moderate assortment of Goods. - Country Merchants, Peddlers and. Dealers gener .ally, should talis advantage of this opportunity IP sort up their Stocks at less than Eastern prices, JAfTIF. W ATJGHTON, ' ' 118 and 122 South II la-It Mrel, " . i ' COLUJiBUS. OHIO. , N. B.- Our New Carpet and I?ouse Fn'oUning Sale-room (to malre which improvements 1 m now selling off the present stock), will be opener', about September 1st, 1SC6. flease bear this in mind and give me a call. juneldtf ! OHIO. STATE FAIR.'! WOOL.PMEMIXIMS. " Ohio Stats AoBfcriTrRAT. Booms,) . CoLl-MBL-8. 0.. JU 22, I85.r l "tlf fOIWPLIANCE WITH A, BESOLC- X TION passed at the last State Agricultural Cnn- vealLoa.theUbi0Atate Hoard of Agriculture offer ft following Hremiuus-rwith a view to ascertain ihemount.of Shrinkage in unwashed freol:'' - For the Veaviest fleeoe of scoured wool pro p......,..l.,V..V...20 sooured wool pro- ducM Dyv-ltaOl - For the heaviest fleece of ductd by an Ewe The fleeces to be sent In an unwashed state to the Agricultural Rooms in Oilumbus, previous t; Aa g ust.Ut, aocoaipanted by a pediaraeC&theUbeep which produced them, and an affidavit srtti g forth the time and manner of shearing in 18M and InCS, that the fleece presented is the production of one sheep in tbat time, the we gbtof .heep after shesr ing-, eonditiun of tbe same, and manner of keeping for the past year. With ihe flrecesnf Ewes, parties will be required to state whether they have suckled lambs tbe present season with aged Ewes, if thev did so in 1864. In makiug award-, due regard will be pai t to the per centage of wool produced, com pared with the live weight of the animal. The Cum in i fee will oareluUy weixb and number each fleece, sending them to be Scoured without the name of the owner. Tbe awards will be made and tbe fleeces exhibited at the Kta'e Fair, B-pt. 12th end 10th, after whiob they will be returned to their respective owjiora T. C. JONES, JAS. FUI.LIN r i j iiiii.iuiuii. I aj r-"TfXI Committee. W. F. UNKB. julyl-sattwedeawtinlyM .i . ..-., .' SPECIAL NOTICE. DRY GOODS 'I ACTUALLY " Marked Down! POSITIVE ABATEMENT ..'' IMratOISOF ',;'.'v' 4.5k... w- ... . i. . 1 v . S S Calicoes to CO ot., t'tr i' MuBllns o fiO ,ot . DELAINES. , CIIALLIES, . ,Tv:-,;; AND DEESS GOODS, All DOWN! .: f ' '' DOWN!: ri' , : ,. :,(-.. ..; t ; DOWN J ' NEV SPRiNG CLOAKS, - VEBT CHEAP! ri . .i.l And out in the "prevailing styles' of the' present MILLSt 'OTRMRI10RN& CO., oiltSS StAtlk Ulf h t., UaUoN Block pr4-dly " W-.ia UNITED STATES 7 t 3 0 L O X 82 3 0,00 0,0 O O. y - N " - v w By authority of tha Secretary ef the Treasury, tbe undersigned, the General Subscription Agent for the sale of United States Securities, offers to thepublle the tMrd series of Treasury Notes, bear ing seven and three-tenths per cent. Interest per annum, known as the 7-3Q These notes are Issued under dste of July 15, 18S, and are payable-three Tears from thai date in cur rency, or are convertible at -the option of the hoi ; U. S, B-2p;SlJi. per Cent. GOLD-BEARING BQNDS. These bonds are now worth a handsome premium, and are exempt, ai re all the Government Bonds, from State, County and jrunMpai'taration.vAtcA adds from on to thru pr o. per annum to their talvt, according to the rate levied upon other prop erty. The interest is payableeemi-annuslly by cou pops attaohed.tb eaoh. note, which may be cut off and ld to any bank or banker. ' ' : Thf Intereee at T-30 per cent, amounts to One cent per day on a 50 note. Twocente " " ,. , 100 ",600 tooar. 1-nA'' si- Si so' r-i ee j - Notes of all tire denominations named will be promptly fui nisW upca receipt (ft telHioai. ' The Koies of tbis Third Series art precisely simi lar In foi m and nrivilegel to the Seven-Thirties.al ttfy&pitt$&tA' thA Goierhniin reserves to Itself the option of paying interest in gnld eoln At 6 per cent . Instead of 11-JOths in ourrenoy. Sub scribers will deduot the interest In currency up to July Utb; at the time when they snbtcribe! i'i The delivery of the notes of tbis third series of the Seven-thirties will commence on the 1st of J une, and will be made promptly and continuously after ibatdate. ' , i Tho slight change msde in theoonditiont of this THIRD SERIES affecU only the matterof interest. Tbe payment in gold, if made, will be equivalent to the currency Interest of the higher rate, Tbe return to specie payments. In the event'of which only will the option to pay interest in Gold be availed of. would o reduce and equalise prices that purchases made with si per cent, in gold would.be fully equal to those made with seven And three- tenths per cent, in currency. , This is . ..V, The Only loan in Market Now offered by the Government, and its superior advantages make it the Great Popular Loan of the People. . . .! ' .1 ! Less than 930,000,000 of the Loan authorised by Congress are now. on . the market. Tbis amount, at the rate at which it is being absorbed, will all be subscribed for within sixty days, when the notes will undoubtedly command a premium, a baa unl for ml r been the case on closing the subscriptions to other Loans, In order that oitisens of every town and seotion of the country may be afforded fao lities for taking the loan, the National Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers throughout the country have generally agreed to receive subscriptions at pari . Subscribers will select their own agents, in whom they have con idenoe,and whoonlyare to be responsible for the delivery of the notes for which they receive orders Y T JAY COOKE, "'" ', I -.mi I . ' StJBSOBirTIOM Aoiht, '' 1 , , " ; Hoi 114 South Third Street,' ; Mat 15th, lacs. .-.:-' ''fmtdetpMdi Subscriptions will bc sbciittd by the Flrat National Bank of Colnnaone. Franiclln Natml a ' J '-' National Exchange Bank ' mayS2-d4wJmo i. BLACK SILKS Of the most approved makes, fdr CLOAKS) SA.CQTJES, &c, Now Selling under ' ': ' .. .1 . . . . -. .C'.-fc'-. 3VXlXIB:33T 3EXl.XPvE3Se , - -'i'BAlAcfAAt. junelS . , Kos. 3 and 29 South High Street. SUMMER SHAWLS. IV GREAT VAiUETf. SELL.l.'VG VERY 1A)W, . . . - r c - BAIN 4k SON, JuneW A A If os. and J SmtOi High Stroet LAMA LACE POINTS, BOTH BLACK AND WHITE. JTTJST XI 23 O 33 1 "V 33 33 BAIN & SON, No. S3 to M Son'tb IIICh'';StVeet, BLACK SILK Cloaks, Sacques and ' Basques, A NEW ASSORTVENT, BeHlngr at Great A3 o.r pains " ' ' BAIN at SON, junell Nos 28 and 39 South HighStreet. i ht .. : r;:", ' Olentarigy Park Association. SUMMER MEETING, 1865. Commencing July 4Lh, anl Continuing Four : : a ii;t 10 :i usjn. :r.ri: maV.fflRERII OF THE ASSOCIATION IV I sill ha aHmittad free to the races, ioeeiher with their families, exoept males over ai -years of age. Members aesirous oi taxing otners to tne races, who are not entitled to free admission by tbe rules of the Association, must procure ticket fur tbem. Members must be piovided with their badge or oertlfioate of membership, to insure their i roe ad mission. Badges oan be prooi red at Ambos Hall on Saturday evening, July 1st. lionet can oe pre nrui t nil th DrlnoiDal hoteti and at the Paifc . -An effiolent police force will be In attendance to preserve order. Aro improper characters viU bt ad. mitud under anf circumstance, lo which th at tention or nacKinen is specially nireciea. , Ji'o liquor or gambling aUovoti on the track. ,, q ' Admission tOeeuu. ..,. . . . - ' 'By order of the i DUtMfOSe- 0 TBM AjaMIAflOH. june-dtf T A DIES' AND CniLVRENS DRESS mayM1 .'r.X."r 338 South High street. AMUSEMENTS. OPERA. A 1 . HOUSE. .(.;.)...KaT A WiAvaa. Wmi nd Manners. Last IMIght'Of) the Season! Benefit and last appearance of tbe Great Comedian, V I I D N E Y8 M ITH. 'And the charming Comedienne, STELLA MASON. Saturday Evening, .Inly Slh, I 63, Will be presented the thrilling Dramaol r- Tkte TjVi:s,niao Xsarejrewr" Andre Adte SIDNEY SMITH Julia Spring STELLA MASON Duett" When a little farm wo keep." BIDMKVgMITH AND STELLA JiASOK To oonolude with the Fairy Drama of THE FOBT THIEVES; , -ir,'rhs Blryel the rahs;.' Morgiana (with Dance) STEI. i AM A SON VostaphaXwUh mos ...SlDNE V 1SM11H ' Admission Dress Circle and ' Parouette, ' 60o : Family Circle, 85p; FcivateBoxes,$6.. ..T Duors Opok at 7 o'clock : to douuMnoe at'B. ' . APresent to.Evcrybo.dy.at. ELtSLEU'S ATHENE UM. A FAR EWLL BciiEFlT "FOB : ' l Ffidayifii Saturday Eyenlhgi, juij Tin ana sin) isue ... Ir . 8. B, thanks the inhabitants of this oity for the 1iinlrnVriinuira tlifl have bestowed ttoon niin dur- 'iiig the lsCte nights, and be bogs to inform thtyn that he is going to give A Present to HJvery Person Af .tiA 'Vntii'nna Woor. nn Dsrmentof the Admls- liou.on the above rrightti. Hosides. tbe .ISignorwill Bivn aav tbe follnvin'g Valuable Present at the . QOUUiusiua oi uia vuivtiaiuuiouh. t.,, ,n . ,,,; ., ( 'XsIlBT .C3I CHITS t i&r . tltht ( 1 r 1 a a y ) -w Erealaff ''.'' ' farewell benefit of : jSisnpir , DBlltz: 1. Gent's 16 carat Gold English fatent Lever. Watch. value... A Sowing Machine,, valuii. 75 S.lver CufTee rot. HiUdGold'ffBgsrBidg, GHUverCastr. value. A UoM Kcg.ard Un Solid Gold Pencil 1 Silver Patent Hell "Solid Gold Writing Pen. 10, Silver Tobacco Box, 11, Gold Regewd King. . lA. I'aokaaevf Java Co free. 13. Silver Goblet. H. A Gold Regard King. IS. Solid Gol'l Pencil Case. . W. '8 Silver Butter Knlvos." 17. A Gold Regard Ring. 14 PanVaKeof Beat Tea, 1: eSllvorTeaSpnoos. 20. A Gold Regard Ring. -SI. Silver Dessert Suoons. 12, Silver SugaiSholl.. . i3. A Gold Regaid Ring. 84. i Silver Fruit Knivel. , 25. a Silver Tea Snoons. S6. A Gold Regard kiug, 17. Silver Patent Boll.- t vac 2H. Large Bag of. Best Flour. 39. Gold Locket. 30. A Guld Regard Ring." 31. A Lady's Uold Hair Ornament. 3'i. A Soli'i Gold Finger Ring, 33. A Gold Regnrd Ring. 34. Silver (ibblct. . 35. Gold Finger Ring. so. 0 niiver leanpooni". 37. A Gold Regard Ring. 38. A Case of Perfumery. 3. Silver Fruit Knife. 10 A (JmM Reimrii kinff. The same amount of Presents will be gvon away on Saturday evening. ; ... 1 Admission Parquette and Dress Cimle, BO cents; Family Ci'cle, 25 cents; Colored Gallery, 2S cents. Children half price to Parquette and Dress Cirole. Doors open at half-past seven; Curtain rises at nan -past sight 0 cluck. bwk urana Matinee on oaturaay Atternoon at 3 o'clock. Admittanoe to all parts of the House, i!5 cents. If. C. MINER Buelne iflanager. Iuly7-d2t v ELLSLER'S ATIIENEUM. For 81x iclelatas Onlyl - . .-. Commeneing en - ? IflondaT-', July 3d, 1H0.1. GRAND MAT I NEE, . l j OH ... Tuesday, July 4th, at half past t o'clock. Pt Pl.t 1 ,. .' I' AND ,.,; Saturday Afternoon, July 8th, at half 'A. i. Ai . . . past S.oIciaclU iif'.Hj, SICNO - THE WORLD RENOWNED MAGI CIAS AND ' VENTRlLO(JLTIST,l With all his learned CANARY BIRDS, will give his Grand apd Amiuing Entertainment as abov. At the ooachis iq of aaoh exhibition, the ttigaor 'w.; ,11 '.. ai.i,1 in. . ; .: .. . . n .. i GI VE A ,"W A. To the aulleneeGold and Hilver Articles of gnat value, witnoul extra csarje. -: Admisrinn Parquette and Dress Circla td eents; Family Circle. 25 cts : Co ored Gallery, 25 cts. Children half price to Paiquette and Dre;s Circle only. Doors open at half-past 7; performance to eonv metice eAU o'clock.' : 1 1 IjupeB iw. Old and young should use " '"STERLING'S "'' t T ' I 1 : l-nii, It prevents or stops the Hair from . falling j' Cleanses. Beautifies, Preaerves, and renders it Soft and ,. GloBBf,' and 'the Head free from Dandruff. ; ,-, ' V ', It is the best Hair Dressing and Preservative in the world. , ) Sterling's Ambrosia i. IVIanufacturino tpoMp'y, ; SOLE PROPRIETORS, j" -u : ;.'. 'si I .-. r une-dAwlni ' . NEW VORKcl Auction arid Commission Room rpiIE ITNDERSIONED HAVE OPENED X an Auction and vomujlsslon Boom at . . , I 7 .4 .' t 1 j 1 : . '. 'a u .Oil Wo. 144 East Town Rtrcet.j ., where they are prepared to do a general Auotlon nil w!ntnlaTtnM ntialn m a Hales of all kind of property promptly attended to. either In otty r eounlry. - , , .- . 1 . , , Hotsebold Furniture (old ever markeA sserning at Ibe room, commencing at 7 o'olock.'" " Also, Furniture renaired and varnished on th snortest novice ana most reasonable terms. TURNKY A BIMOf, . No. lie Kast Towa Street WbhHf- '? f, ' ST. CHARLES HOTEL; CORNER OF "Wood and Third Street. PITTSBURGH, PA.' n SEITIIBR .& RIAL, Proprietors.1 : mjS0'-tf I. 1,. tl .1 WHJIE-lSULPHURPBIItGS. rpIE ABOVE ATTRACTIVE IIE80HT " X will b npeh for the reception of visitors on tfce JOth lnet with all the facilities and acooromodatiuns heretofore afforded. 1 For rooms or other Information. aaares , , ,Ai'inar n iiinvn. ., . ' ''"-'' 1 Uwis Center Postoffice. 1 jnH-44w 1 Delaware eounty, Ohio. 1 .iiTirKRllTs trr Hale," "I.ot, Wte,vireni1 Doardlnrt" sxessain sin... nuhliabfld IB tfcl lu ft 50 cent each Insertion ', . if r - . m n v 1 Chance. One of the bet Business Standi In thee ty. for a termor years, suiiaui. 'r . ness. ei High street, west sine, between, Broad . and Town. Apply soon. PosbomIoo given linmediate 1,7 SeeuHiy required. Address glass box TJ, Oo lumbua.Ohle. jjly-dlw nOIISF WAHTEP.-I WISH TO RKNT a g.d Dwelling House-one ibnt hMjve or ia-iroow Toomt. Kent tmsM- mrnitnlf Til mrvt.noe. Inquire at the oornor of High and Broad streets. iulv3 M A ARUM. SPEGIALr NOTICES. The, Greatest-Victoxyt! davoua .truck' in nvn mihtcks. The above heading of a. recent bulletin from th SEAT OF WAR Is In airrenpertaTrnc"ab!ri5ne results of ritisTAiiono'S it a lit iiyb when brought in oontaot Wtth hair of any ohnoxioul ,inti. . Vive minute inoveheundlraloeltr toplaeirwr it- with tin richest Uaek'or browtfi Ho stain is left on the scalp, no damage don to the hair by this line emollient vegetable d.e. -tanafaotured by J. Ckistdoho, No. 8 Ator tfpuse, New York. Sold by l)rugi(ists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. juneM-dAwlm . . BUANDKETlt'S A fUOSti'XAU ASSISTANT OF NATURE. What is health? What is disease! Health is, when thesupplFaod expenditure equal. '. Disease whes tbe supply and expwdlae are unequal. BBANDBETn'S PlLW impart certain expul sive powers to all matters is-ftse body whose life i below the standard of the surrounding party, or whiob have rema!ned longer than the time nature designed, 80 in fever and H tnelifeladlpl V whch soon run into mortiflostion BRAk OKtUr PILLS.' ba'vo .marvelous curative. iJita.;J(Ur bodies are oontinually obanging, and it is by thil ohamre .we live Should mattatremaia lnoreaBi "beynil the lime nature ddslgne patn'ajiBTnllaia- mation setin, which Is nothing hiereuiad a prepar- e(orv effort (or puc,good, . , Al Hratidreth's.PjJli,1xe hpprWeal fret throsalt to do Is simply1 ' ASSISTING THESE EFFORTS OF NATURE. june2-dAw1m -ACARD 'Ttf.lNVAtY0.oT ' '.i i -r'it A Clererman. while residing in South America af Alinslolpt'ty. discovered a safd antf simple -reflifty for th Cure of NeYvo'uI' X eaknesf, ErfriyeoTy. Diseases of the Urinary and. Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful kndtriclous habits. Great numbers' have bfea 1- ready eured by thil noble remedy. Fronted by a desire to benefit th afflioted d unteAunat;! will send the receipt for preparing and using ibis medi cine, in a sealed envelope, to aqy, one whxj needl it. Frte'oJr Oharge, s , ;i(,f U - ; ;i , i I Please incldee post-paid envelope, addressed t yourself. Address, BtATION I), BlBLR HotlSF, ' New York Oiiv. mchM'AR-dlr Dnrn Ccjebrsxtca CstcirTjsljAlilffis the bist known remedy for' Headache, Cold in ths Head. Snuffles, Imperfect Voice, Bronchitis,- aad Catsrrh. Few persons appreciate the diseases arising from disordered nasal organs. Sight, hearing, tssts aadftmell are frequently ruined by a cold In th head. as generated by the use of tbis snn'ff cleanses thi4(tire hesd, and restores proper artionlation. ts eneots are pleasant ana wonaenui. it eontaineno tobacco, nor other injurious ingredieril.. Colleges, societies, states, and the most eminept of the Med' ical Faculty have awarded It testimonials and pre miums. , . , Sold by all Druggists for 35 cents per box. Csn be sent by mail on receipt 0 30 oents for one box, or I for fbur boes, ' ' Address, JAS. DURNO, P. 0. Box VOS, - , , . 1 r. New Verk 6M-j At Wholesale. btflFMAR RABNPfi ACfl' WA Tork; luneD-lydAw. V ( ' Roback'a Pills. An easy purgative that loaves the system ins stats of healthful regularity; purely Vegetable, they en be taken in any weather at anytime without danger of evil consequences, and they alws operate in ths same pleasant and thorough manner..., families that havetrlod them constantly keep a box vn-hand Ind recommend them to their neighbors, so that in thjs way they have become more extensively used, thin any other cathartic - :,);,.. m . 1 ai-iu As sickness invariably attacks Its victim when ths bswe's are-const iDred. thos whbltan recourse .o Ktfback'g' Kills at the proper ttmB'nc'ed hare no fear of illness, for these excellent pills always areata ths dwlrtd antion en the system. -.juneU-djAwm-hj SO How LoBtl HowEestore estored! Juil PubUkled, Ot n e'eiled Mulope. Xrite eswfs. A LECTURE 0l THE NATUBK. TREATMENT, and Radical Cur of Spermatorrhoea, or Hasainal n eaKnesn. mvun and Inipeuimenti Weakness. Involuntary Emissions, Hcxual Debility, ts to Marriage generally; nervous- ne.M. Consumntion. Enilensv. and. Fits: Mental and Ph.tsicaj Incapacity, renultisg from Self-Abuse, Ac., by RoBT.d. Culvbhwkll, M.' D., author of ths Qrtm Sovk, ACi . s : ? ) s i " A Boon to Thousands ol 8uHervrs." Sent under seal, in a" plain envelope, 0 anyad dress, pottpatd.oo receipt, of six cents, or two post age sfampsfby lir. J. O.KLINfcV, ' WBowerv. Mew York-Poetomoebox 580 I Jnnel3-dAw3in . y" 'A I A CARD TO INVALIDS.: ! - A Olergrman, while residing in Bowtsi Asaerles a s missionary, discovered A safe and simple remedy for th Cure of KerrouiWsJmse.,Efrj sd1y. Diseases of the Urinary and Be'nilnal Organs,' ind the whole train of disorders brought on by banelul and vicious habit.' Wreat nanbers harebeen sl ready cured, by this nobis remedy. Prompted py desire to benefit tbe afflicted and unfortunate, , tend th reoipe for preparing nd asing this ms cine, in t. sealed envelop. W My on whs need ft of Chora. Please lnolos a stamped snvelops, address JOSEPH T.' INMilf ; . Btatioh D.Bibls Houia ep'M-dly New York City. 1 u' IKesaioTed from his Old OflUccv DR. A. B. WILLIAM, West Broadway, nasi High street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himsel forsseritwof Jeers 6 th jreatmenS jft)ti4 pri val diseases. He may oeoons'ulteJat'hls office-" Broadway, neat thehxohang Bank. ,r mcb.jW'65 ' Old Eyes Made WTew WITHOUT BPECTACLEBi DOCTOR Ota MED ICIfiE Paarnhlet.asiled. free, en yreoejrf Ua oeots. Address B. FOQTE. M. D., No. 113 Broadway; KewYori,' '' ' JnnetQ-aidAsfw AOENTLEIflAN CURED OI1 NER. vous Debility , Premature Deoay, and the ef leolt of youthful indiscretion, wirrbs M fcrfr nlsh others W 1th the meant of crfrs iff of tharg.) This remedy it simple, UfA Md rtin.nou For full particulars, by return mail, please addreel ,-r1 41 . I june!3-dAw3m ' I JOHN B.OODErs. 1 ' 1 00 Nassau st.,New York, , This celebrated Twllet Bottp, In snob :u'nivir sal demand, it mad frpm thscbolceat material -it mild and VSBoUiSBt in iU natnr. Inv frattUf scented, td eatremely Owttsfiftlal in It1 action upon tHe skid. For tale by all DruggisU and Faaay (jooda Dealers. .JanW'eoVdAwly, .'' .' ''I 'I'I ..',.'11' "'. ," 'H.'ff' Tho Bridal Chamber, as Bstayef Waro- fng tnd Instruction for Yount Men.' Also, pew anjl reliable treatment for Disease of th Urinary ah Sexual' Systems Bent1 tree, In sealed envelope Address, Dr. J. 8AILUW HOUQHTON,' Howaad Association. Philadelphia. Pa. 1 1 -.t spr 4'aa-lT HARRIS & CO.r PIANOS,, MELODEOP- ORGAXS, SHttI ITlUblU naU RUSIC BUDKS. I 'i TTT', . 1 Dealers enrolled at Manuraoturers' prioes. lUbeg, al discount to Clergymen, Teachert and SohooU. T. PIANOS J.XO'iXlEW.Xir) ; 3u Seennd band Instrunttnta taken In 'exchataM for new. Lessons given on tho Ptouo.,, Will mJ cheap for oath.. ,.Pleate call. . , , 7, r, 1 J Ho.ll Town Atrset, 1st Door Wrt 'f Franklii i-mH .Bankt 1( ',,'1 d .. .,, cp.MMBWIi o n I b ;a-"!,'f myll-d3mo ; ' .1 1 HARRIS CO.