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VKlNK.SI)AY,SKl'i KMl;i:it T., inc.:t. A Batch of Abolition Lies Corrected. rrrll. The Abolition Jmticrit tlirnnglimit, tin' Rtste ro coiyiiin ivitiiin rlmrgi' ngnlnst A'allaiuliylmm cniiii'il from 1 1 to iMruit Tribune. Tlu-y ulso form a mil of a lire, tt'tuleil "HieorJ of Vnlltunlilcnii," wliirli Homt; Abolition falsilivr lius fulim-ntcil. Those I'lmrcn purport to bo liaxoii "on Vallaii'liurham's votus from tlio ivinnU of CongrosM." To kIiow tlio iWinjj niiilmily in tlio iierverKum of duts, the wilful inisropie Ni'ntation, tlio ilolilieinte lying anil .he cmi. ti'iiiptiblo inonnuoss of tho political eiio mios of Mr. Vallaniligliam, wo propose to examine llie.-o several rhnrgoH again-it Mr. V. as eompareil vi itb bis votes ntul Kieeibes eontaiiieil in tbe ollicial reeonl of tlio proeeeiliiijs of tbe House of UepreM ii tatives. Tlio Detroit Tribune gives the follow- mg list ol allamligham s votes I mm tlio records of Congress : "On the House bill to provide fir a Nation al Loan to pay volunteers ami meet the ex ppnies of pulling down the retel'ioii. Mfirs. Allen, Anemia, Johnson, Law, Morrill, Nolile. l'eiulleton, Uii-lmrdsoii, Sliiel, Vallauilihmn, ten of the twelve who sieneil the IVmoeriitic Address voted against it." On the first day of August lSGo, tlio National lionn liill came before the House for final consideration, when Mr. Vallum digham made the following reinniks : "Inasmuch oh this report of the committee tiroposss a direct ilipurturn Irom tlio princi ple and practice of the Independent Trr.a iry and ot our financial system for years past and without any limitation as to time, am constrained to oppose it ami 1 trust tne yeas and nays will he allowed upon tlio ndop tion of the report. I am, however, in favor of the proposed reduction of interest from nine to six per centum. On its passage the vote stood Yens 8U; nayit 31. Messrs. Allen, Alley, Anemia, Ibirnett, Calvert, V. A. Colliding, Cris- field, Cox, Dtiulap, Vouke, Oeider, Hard- ing Haigbt, Jolman, Jackson, Johnson, T T r , v , Law, Leary, Loan, McUernand, Mai- lory, Mwrris, Noble, Norton, Pendleton, Ueid, Richardson, Kobinson, Sheil, Smith, Steele, Ynllalidigham, Wadsworth, C.'A, Wbito ami Yood. Cumiressunwl Globe pape 38.1. Does any one question tho loyalty, pa triotism and Unionism ol such men Fouke, Logun and McClornntul, who are now engaged in tbe service of their coun try mill battling for tho Union? Yet tbeso men, together with Holnian and others who have been distinguished sineo the breaking out of the rebellion violent war Democrats, voted witli Mr Yallaiidiglinm ami "ten of the twelve who signed tho Democratic. Address" ngaiust this Nationnl Loan Hill and for tin) wry reunon that Mr. V. luidtiiven for hi op position to it. If one should bo charged -11 ! I t!. 1 . .i . w... ...Moyaiiiy ,or voting ngams,, miou.i. a.., it proves ,00 nine,, urn. worth notliPig. rUlZPZ'A and to meet the expenses of the war to restore the Linton, Messrs. Allen, Anconn, .lohiison, l.aw, Morris, JMoule, 1 endleton, Mnel, allan dihsm and Voorhees, ten of the twelve signed the Democratic. Address voted against it. " Oil July llith, Mr. StevenR introduced a hill for increasing the revenue and to the interest of tho National Debt. This bill is mora familiarly known n the riff bill. On tho 17th of July, Mr. Ynlhuidig bam offered an amendment by which fee and tea wero excluded from taxation and tho tax on si:gsr and salt was reduced This amendment did not materially nlTect tho amount of revenue to bo raised. Tho amendment was rejected. Veas 0 nays 71. Tho original bill then passed, and went to tho neniito, wliero it amended. A committee of conference appointed anil on August M, tlio bill, conglomeration of tho Tarifl and Direct lax Hill, was reported ami passed by voto of oighty. seven to thirty-nine. lnong those voting with Mr. Yallandig buui Pendleton, Noble, and Richardson, were lloluuin, Logan, Crittenden, ,...,1 inanu r.lU I I I , j ....... ...... ,..o Republicans L'onyressional Globe 4J(r, ..... ., Py these men tho bill was considered imiiist aud inexpedient and not necessarily . . ... demanded os a war incisure, aud, for reason, they together with "ten out of twolvo Democrata who signed tho dress," voted against it. ' "On the bill to coufiscate rebel property used by tb( rebels lor insurrectionary noses. Messrs. Law. Venrhees. Allen. i'endiuton, Morris, Vallandighuui, Johns Aucoua, bhiel, ten of the twelve who the Democratic Address, voted against it. Ou tbe "nd day of August, Mr. ham, chftirmRU of tho Judicittry CJoHuuit- L1(j 15 yt Thomas Ie, repnitd'l a bill o riinfiscste ths pro- petty 01 lehels. on the Mini1) day I lie I Mil win ivi oiiimiltetl by n vote of sixty- nine to loi t y-'iirlii, .Mr. V iillainliw'lium nil I tbe Democrats voting in tbe nfliinia live. On tho Jlnl of August thn bill was again repoiteil anil pasweil. Yeas 60 ; navH -H. Among tbosn who votcil against it were, l'rmvn, Cravens (Mtteiiilen, Pnn- p, 1 nven, I Mini, i.ngnsii, I'ouke, 1101- maii, Mi t'leiiiiiiiil, Mel'lieinon, Htriittmi, Steele, Thomas and other llepiiblieans ami war 1 lemoerats. I oiiiressional lilotie pope -X.W. Tlieso men iliil not eonsiiler this nienstire as neeessiiry in carrying 011 the war ami therefore, thinking with ul- niiligliam, lVii'lliton, Itieliarilson, ooiliees ami other that it wag a very injudicious measure which would ae- oniplish no good but ninth linim, uuitud with them in voting agaitiht it. On this piestion, since the conununcenieut of the rebellion, conservative men sin h ns Cowan and Harris in tlie Semite, and Crittenden in the House, huvo 111 If united with the lVmociatic, nienibers their uncompromising opposition to it V0II junki- niipositiou to the confiscation Uci.m0 test of patrotism and devotion to th Union von will condemn as traitoin nearly half the members of the lust Con gress, Democrats, C'onseivativo Uepubli- cans and Holder State men. "On Mr. Critteiuleu'ii resolution, ilecliiring I that this war is not waed for conouest nor lor interfering with the established institutions I' any Stntn.iliiil to defend and maintain the iiremacy ol the Juiistitutioii, ami that as soon hs these objects are accomplished, the wnroui'lit to cease.' Messrs. Aiieomi, Kuapp, lohnson. Morns, llietianien, Muel, allan- iL'lmm and V oorliuos, dodieil a vole when the resolution was adopted by 121 to 21.' This is absolutely false as the record will clearly show. The resolution was tiro posed by Mr. Crittenden duly 22d. Love. iov immediately moved to lay it on tho table, which motion was rejected. The lesolutum was then divided and the part referred to above as follows : 'That in this national emergency Ooneresa banishing all feeline of mere, passion and r. ntment wnl recollect only Us duty to the war is not waeed w,0 country that th upon our part in any spirit of oppression, or lor any 11111 nose of eoniiuest or subjuiration or J ' . ' vertllrowi' , or i,lterleri,,ir with the rights or established institution! of those Mat, btitto d.. end and nvuntaiu tnu iu- I nremiU'V Ul IIIO .UIII"lOIIIII'll UIIU IU IPIVHUI H I the I'ninn with all the dignity, eijuulily and as as richta ol the several States unimpaired ; and that as soon as these objects are accomplished the war ought to cease." Tho voto resulted yeas 117; nays t2. Among those voting in tho affirmative were Johnson, Morris, Richardson and Vnllnndighniii. These men did not dodge tbe voto as assorted, l'hey were present and promptly voted for it. While the only members who voted against it were Potter, of isconsin, nnd Kiddle, of Ohio, two Aholitioitixcil Republicans of the blackest dye. Congressional Globe page 1. During tho present session of Con gress 011 tho f)lh of December, Mr. IIol inan olle.red a resolution reasserting the I so Ol;U0mU, reH0llltioMg ,,f Jly "OJ, They .s wf.fl yxm M , tllbl(, l)y vot0 of 71 to (if., tho Itepublicins voting tUeamrmative. Of course that was no test of want of devotion to tho Union Ulllu who pay ''Ou the bill to defend and punish conspir acies auaiiist the Government, adopted by 1211 to 5, Messrs. Kaapp, Morris, Sliiel, vallandig hain and Voorhees, dodged a vote, although m their seats. Jt is asserted hero too that Yallandig- ham and Voorhees on the bill to punish was was a a A Yib onspiiacies dodged the vote, which is wilful misrepresentation. Tho bill was lint upon its passage July lfith. Mr. Valliiiidighaui was present and during voto gave his reasons for not voting for follows : "I approve of the general purpose and ject of the bill and if tune were allowed, :rder that it. nuelit be presented and mem bers of this lloufo could examine it, it is pro bable that it 'vould coituriund utmost unani mous support. Itut 1 am not willing, upon bill relating to the jurisprudence of Hie coun try and which is to go upon the statute bisika and which ought to remum there pi rmenantly, tor I uin opposud to unstable legislation, to brought to a vote without its cousideratiou a committee and that too npor. a bill printed, a bill fixing a heavy penalty, and which 1 doutit whether the gentleman 1'annsylvauiu can point to that clause of Conslilulion under which he drew it up. now sir, 111 order that J may not be misunder- 1 . 1 1 . . 1 . 1 . 1 .,1. 1 8100U , lei III 0 BIW tattl WUIIB i Sill not Willing . un ,,.,;.,.. i , i,; I li,,,.,.llu i,a ,,i,;,.t page ooncoive to be a proper one, at thsksanin I sin ready to go upon the record in tavor , lit wituout an opportunity ol examining it a(,luilB ad 0 satisfying myaeli that it hill a vote for which I mav he aatirlied I ...... .l.-A n- l'..... ......... that ""' 7 ' " . I:": l.no. Tl.rt 1 til .DJn,l ..,u loo. ,,nu the ad pur- Noble. in, signed Hing- J Aslilcy, Utll tiott, hhru, .Mbjerton, o(- win, Pomt'roy nml Wood,ttvo of tho Iw'ptiUicui.H, and of cor. ruo according tho iiiKoimi of the Author of tho ftt ticlt!, they must liocovoitouotnies to co ii u try. Thin it. but a fipevimou of tho wilful j tvprewmtutiou und lying of which i Abolition press and speakers have Ihth guilty in their etloils to deivivo tin) people ill regard to Mr. Yaltaiidighaiii. We fhal!ctTf any Abolitionist in the country to produce a single word or act of .Mr, v allamtiiMifiin 111 oppo-otion to the 1.011- stitiition of I he United Slates. Oh, You Ivini hypocrites, whv don't you show ronr hands?" Dmtun Kmpire (Clipper heiul). Is it possible that the vigorous individ ual who fan! that is permitted to run at larger t Jle ouirht to ti-taken up, and have a cake ot ice put in Ins hat excitant""! lor n hot brick. J It not taken care ol, lie will hurt liimsi lt some day, or inl a boanl ol Ir.nn somebody s pi,; , n. Ueee.laulJader (i i:j,rrluud ) That limy be very Miiiut, but we fail to "seo it. I ho writer may lie able to "live ; it . .-, 1 . , , . -ii . . 1 . . by li s wits but it will not serve li nt to J get around n knotty question. Ilo has not disposed of our challenge to produce a single word or act of Jlr. Vai.i.andkiiiam in violation of tl United Stales or the State of Ohio. Un til ho docs this all his published charges of treason against Mr. Y. amount to noth ing. Tho Constitution clearly defines iu what consists treason; and treason cannot be committed without n violation of that instrument. Wo again lling tho challenge at yon or any of your Abolition friends, disposed to take it up. , iC-ty-Lot the people ri'iiieinler that the horrible sacrifice: of tho Is'st blood ot tho land, IS caused by tlio in fc 1 11 id machinations of (he Aboli tionists, who boast that they have labored for years to break up the Union and de stroy tho fairest country the sun ever shone on. Uemember that this terrible civil war might havo been averted, nnd all its terri ble sacrifice of blood and tieasuie saved, but for the the refusal of tho Abolition party to accept a fair and honorable com promise. This same put (y that me now nsking your votes, have brought all this desolation nnd suffering upon tho country. And their cry is still for blood. Soon n sweeping mid relentless conscript will force you from homo and friends to under go tho hardships and dangers of the battle-Gold. They tell you this war must go oil until slavery is abolished, not until tho Union in restored, they never think of that ntul long before this end is ac complished, you will be bereft of country, liberty, and everything else. Kcnicnibor this w hen you go to tho polls. situation as being full of n Constitution of the i i JC-tTAn Abolitionist says, refilling to tho batflo of last Saturday and Sunday, that "tho Copperheads of Duylon coolly tell tho public that they expected disaster." Tho numo Abolitionist informs, us that "n letter, received from 'oloiiel Stkono Must before tho engagement, speaks ol the ' ..:..,..,:,. l..,;.... r,,ii ,.r ,i, . .i l... disas- scenis to have been apprehensive of tor." Tho "Copperheads of Dayton," it thus npjiears; wero as sagacious as tho gallant Colonel S ritONii, who stood in the very midst of "the situation." Ah, Mr. Abolitionist you nro yet to learn thattheso "Copperheads of Dayton" will ulways do to rely upon. itr"Do tho people feel that tho horri ble sacrifice of tlio noblest blood in our land is caused by tho infernal ambitions of tbe" liinntical Abolitionists "of the North, aided and encouraged by" Ruiuhmi, and the Abolition "villians" of Ohio? Do they lvuli.o with Ktiflioient forco that if it had not been for tho "Abolition traitors of tho North the fanatics nnd those "wretched poltroons," " I'linpoii Demo crats" "the rels'llion would have" ceas ed "ore this V Blessed are the Peacemakers. ob in a be by nut This divine precept is peculiarly applicable to the nation at the pn-si-nt time, when the tragic events of a long, calamitous war, be tween kinsmen have marked the land with itietVuceablp ruin. Two yeais of carnage and destruction have resulted in devastation Irom which this country will not recover in a gen eration, while it Inn encumbered us with u debt which almost bids defiance to calcula tion, and of the ultimate liipiitlatiou of which no man can tell, jlefore this fratricidal con test commenced wo were a great and prosper ous nation working together for our common good, and the nations of the world envied us for I ff" institution!, our boundless resources, I oar weaim anu e.toniuoii ir.nn uixuiinn. the 'e excited, in a word, the admiration and Aud jealousy of the rested' civilized iiiiiiil.iud. uonoiu ns 10-oay wiin inn sinew unci inns- .. .. .1.- L.i.k -...1 ......... ...1. ..r ci, urn ut-niiii ami nii.-i.ui .i jhi uounii; I diverted Irom the ordinary channels ot pro- time pressive labor and fighting suicidal battles on of desolated liulds, wita a vast army ol tiuneii as ini our numim uuruuneu won m- is a tion which cuu via with Kuropcun lludgeis, with and the futuro giving promise of being still I nlupker than the nast. Is it not. thf ilntv nf v"" lin, i ' r !,;. ,i ,.., J ----- "I - - - 1 uieii av suca a tune ui revoiuiiou una ruin io 1 use his iiilliieiirn tn sLnv tbn liila rii ileulriir.. tinn which U hwrpimiij; over iha lund? wvon I ''UleMtJ we the PeBctMnukerB," and in piw: I ten uiA country only liit-min ol purupH iron, unlimitod bluodrthed, ivimn liv, and ilia wornt io nhovtf thoir evili of Unftliei.-mi, muling in tlm completu und liii&l overthrow of our prictdctw but much it buiied inheritance Link. cry. iniH- the fic?1 If ncroca are ru f(ood&fl whitn pconli, whv d'd the ('runt or not nmke thmn ull ulike? Can oiue whining Abolition .at RiiHwer? [From the Billsboro Gazette.] Letter from Hon. Clement L. Vallandigham, the Exiled Patriot. Every one of the ten thousand Democrats, who rend the Uillaboro Gazette, will e grati fied with the perusal ot anything that may come from the lips, or from the pen, of that patriolie ttalesman whom the Democracy of Ohm have seli-eled as their standard-bearer in the proieut contest; and we lent quite Hire Unit they will be delighted Willi n-diti the Imlowini' letter, fresh from his hand, to Irlilv ript.ctuble gentleman ot this place. ntio hus kindly coiiHi-nlcd that we shall uiuke fnine imhlic llironeh the columns ol Hie (, ittte It is as billows. WINDSOR, C W, September 1, 1863. Mv i,,.AR Su,.j rPceirtd your letter t- any and thank you for it, I am watching tho progress of the Ohio r 8 1 .u 1 1 . . .. j eflmniiiuti. of course, with deen tntetest. end Hm jfiaulied beyond measure to see 1 ha noble ttiii.'gle which the people are making to re cover their lost liberties. And 1 need not say that I am still more rejoiced, if possible, to observe the daily accumulating iiidicatiuis of success. One lesson among many others, a triumph at tbe election will tench all men how little confidence politicians have in the intelligence and vittue of the people, and yet L I. .1 J I I . .1... now iiiucii iney unnerve, nuu now preai 11111 . i- ... i l . i i. . . I power in tne people m, wneii mey are inner mined to put it forth. If public men would ulwnys do what they believed to be right, and do it courageously, they would ulwnys have the support ol the people in the end. For all such tlie might and majesty of the "sober second thought," is a high tower and a sure rock of defi'ioe. .' hile our friends are making bo gallant a fi lit for constitutional liberty and the "Union hs ii was," the enemy of course are doing the best they can. ihit no wonder that at their meetings, the numbers are small and the en thusiasm still less. ''Shoddy," and Shoddy's wile and daughters are, ol con me always there, anil Very much enthused. Hut debt, luxation, war, conscription, confiscation, eiuiiiK ipiitlun, speculation, and despotism, are not calculated to cull out the people, or to make them very enthusiastic. No wonder the county committees are not able "to give notice to tbe surrounding country in time to get out such a meeting as was expected." Among other things, 1 noticed that the Abolition State committee have assigned to th d dirty dog, John Sherman, the part of abusing me ill tlie canvass. W ell, it is all right! That is all that the fellow is fit for. And it is not the first time that a party to a suit, having a very bad cause, has employed a vulgar pettifogger "just to oully-rag the oilier side. ' Hut it is some credit at least to the Abolition party, that his meetings seem all lo be as contemptible in numbers as his spec lies and nimseit are in ctiaracicr. 1 see, too, that I liarles Anderson is as am bitious as a ' volunteer counsel," to otildo the aloresuid Johii Sherman. I make large allow ance for him : because (Jharlua is a very uncer tain (inutility a lltghty gentleman, whose brain is not very securely anchored in his skull clip, lie says he don't like my "low Dutch name." Well, he does not know that if the mime were "Dutch" at all, it would ha "High Dutch." lint it is curious that while the sensitive Charles is so offended at my name, he is desperately enamored with the delicate and eupho :inis name of Sehenck lint there is no disputing about taste Charles is factious, too, about my "exile." A stranger who did not know Charles's peculi arities, inii'hl think it odd that he, who, a lit tie while ugo, whined so piteously about his own exile from Texas, would at least have spoken wilh some show of gravity and decency about ol tiers, tsut wnere one wno Duans tnat be wus "born" u gentleman, becomes amid lious to be u black j mini, nothing better can be expected; and Charles is brave behind the backs and in the absence of his opponents. I am glad to know one I net, at which 1 am sure till our friends will rejoice with mo. The Democracy in every State in the Union, take the deepest interest iu our success, and we have the cordial sympathy of all of them in every State. II I were not interested in the matter, J would profoundly regret the "divisions" in the Democracy ot Ohio. 1 here seems to be three factions there just now. Finn, "The I'emo- crecy," who nominated a ticket on the lllb of June, at the head of which I find my own name Acxt, "lue War Democracy, as sembled on the 17th of June, and nominating thut "life long Democrat, John Hrough Third nnd lastly, "The true Democracy," who mot in Cincinnati the other night and issued an address. Very strange indeed, that the "War Democracy and the " 1 ruo Democracy could not "fuse' at the Hamilton county Con ven ion on Saturday, the 2'Jth ult. I Hut could not something be done to unite'these factions of the Democracy, in support of the ticket of the 1 1 til ol June I VVhynotf 1 he "Democ racy" ought to be "one and indivisible," aud I think the support of the firBt ticket nominated, would be a fair compromise. Johu lirour h and every other "lite-long Democrat," 1 do not doubt, would agree to it, if they would but retlect upon it aqd then have the courage to act for themselves. A unanimous election in Ouio would produce a powerful effect. Tlio efforts, therefore, to induce Hrough to decline, ought to be persevnrcd iu. He knows I was nominated first, and by the regular Democratic Convention, and as a "life long Democrat" he has no right to "bolt." lint go on with the good work, and let old Highland give her promised majority! My kind regards to all trio oils. C. L VALLANDIGHAM. "My God, How Can I!" "Mv (Ittd, bow i-mi vole for Broiiifh? htivH i'tiuiht upon lour bttttlft-lioldtt; 1 hnve ruluruiMl it unit wilh Mlmttpred connmution and now 1 am dixcharued to uive place tn th d d nii:LM'r couchiutin from Louisiana, hi-auHf ho iindnbitiri inn. If ltrmitflt'a Abo tition doctrine prevuiU, how am I to support my tutnilyf This wiu thn remark made by a poor Irish coaclitnuu iu Cincinnati when aaked to sup port ltrouh while itnaitiuj with indignation hocauao he had been diacharged to make place for a nipper, A Poser. This ia the best thing we have teen: preacher suid to a Democrat: "How can vote fur a trifd and convicted traitor?" The gHiitleman miietly and most aeverelyt reverently, replied: "Mow, air, cab nerve the Divine Maeter whom you profuaa t'ullow, and whowaa tried, convicted, and lor sedition and treaaeu?" We aap poae the Parson was able to tee the why both case. "TIIK f ONNTPI T10X AS IT IS. Til K I' MUX AS IT H AS." n litis Sisn sSiull Ave Conquer. Democratic State Ticket. ELECTION SECOND TUESDAY (13TH) OCTOBER V'OK noVKKNOK, CI.KMKN-r I,. VAl.l,AMiaiIAM, Of Montgomery County. l.inlTKXANT IlIlVkltNon, OUOItGK K UUtill. l Hamilton. ,: t AUUIToll OK hl'ATK, WILLIAM Ii L'lilJAHD, of Logan. 1 IlKASllllKIt OI-' STA'l'K, IIOHACK S KNAl'P, ol Ashland. SI'fRCMK JtHIOK, HlLADKLl'll VAN TKU.M 1 of Fairfield. ltd A llll OK I'I'III.II' WOIIKS, JOHN 11. I1KAT0N, of ltelmont. Democratic Htnte Central t'mtiinllfee of Ollln. JOHN II. THOMPSON. SIMI'KL MKHARY, UKOKtilC .. ('(l.NVKIlsK, AMOS I.AVMA.N, AI.I.I.I II. 1 II l I. M A l-l. All thee gentlemen re",ile ul I liiinlill , Ami letters III' a Kllilit!Hl ellnl-iieler Jl-ltli-t-hi"j lit tiny one III llielll will receive ploeer silemion. MTATK KK NATO II, Alill.VHAM CA II ILL, of Monlgomery. Democratic County Ticket. nKI'KCsKN'TATIVKS, THOS. K THIIKSHF.IJ, JOHN F. TO LAN. I'l.KltK OK tiik coi iir, WILLIAM II. OILLKSI'IK. TIIKCIillKIl, JONATHAN KKNNKY. P1I01MTK 1U1IOK, ADAM CLAY. raosKi'ii'i'ivo HKNDKUSON' attohi:v. KLLIOTT. I'oVMISSIOXKIt, JOHN ALLKN. I5.KIIIMAIIY Pllll-'C'rolt, JOSKl'll K. WHIT.MollK. roiioKKii, F. Ii. S11LLL. Democratic County Ticket. Montgomery County Democratic Executive Committee. DAVID A. llol'K. 1AM KM P. t.'tlsllINIl, PHILIP WALT., HARVIlY PT.ANCHARP, .1 . v 1 1 a lit . I. ti, jaooii hkckku. Democratic Meetings. Littlfl York WrHnp-o v ovptmii', iSpiitointier 51. fllOHKflr V. Jl, '1111PM H nitil AOtllll 1IKV. ueHVunown i nuriny t'V'iiini, rrpi'niner a4: Mwiion ivnooi ihhihh, wuvno rowiihinn wmnniR September Idtl; H.aUir A . UihiU fuitl I. A. Uoill Si.ekkinK tn t'omniriK'H nt tvrp it'rlot'k p.m. jumtitixhuru nniiiniiiv evrninu. tfiiiejiiner vo nntrpfiHirx, p)ie-ri-iiiK mmiruay, r,pmn)iKir si: ppiiKerH i. v . i nrefiier nmu. ii. tiui.ri.Min, hihth cvnooi iioiiHfi ttuiranv eviMi'tiif, rtepiem uer aii; MpeaKer jomi r , i ontii uiki it. t'. rv. Wnshinton Tohi. Inn, McNeil's trv. pu'-iu' Saturlny, HcptinU-r cpt-akeri Jtilm V, Tolnli ami Kliliu 'IhoinpKoii, MOTTOES FOR THE TIMES. "You niHV uive Hie peoi.lo n iin'it-ftttirv Hcnutn you nitty ive t tiem nvi-n-il Hnntt1 nf dwcinhlf ; you iuy fjive ineiti h mickim' t nuyrt-r' nim u uuimnom I'rtiK't iut uiTt tne mi uni't'itri't'tt ''ri'-r, 1 will le V vnii lt (MHTmu'h n huir h jri'iKllh liiiuu itieir tJ IS-lllt'S, TlltTHlllJ. lKMMMt,;V. "A aeiittniPlit Tint to U nppiil iomtpiMt or roinpninttHcii. n Kiiow.tuo intii iit'HM uuowerMto no uaiifer ; it npiin-HHt m wenkueitH. tor or liiU'i'tv. Itforitnil I'niHpt-ritv. it i in stemi ineiit of freedom, of e-nml nlits. nl eouul ohliiitliont. liiemwoi tiuinre pet vinliii llie JtiW nl lun luoU." i no m r iMni "t i ui'V m our ti mk!re-niei)t. an. ho onlv (tirttiMitiv inthewitv of an amienlil M1iut meat, in with (tie Rt'jiiiMicuu parly." peimior loin laM, .lauuarv 3, Uiit. uiiuu in ii)4 i iMiHii'ni uin, n (no nniiiwreeke.1 mnrinoroniiKn io ine mini iujiiik, wiit?n iiiiifiiaim me tdinneHt clnse nrnuml hnn." Unmet Welixit-r. v Itile the Aniiv tn tiif lit iiiir. you. n eitiwriH. ot Hint the war in pronet'ute.1 for tht j.renTvatiuu of tlie Uiimu anil i'oimtitiiiinii, (or onr Nitiimmhtv mul your riKini i-iiiM-ie. tuiiei tt lien. n. in,-i-ieiieu 'i'he arenl imhum bftort the c-ouiilrv ih rhii: HTin.ll AnolitioniHTn put iloHii AliolHioiiis-m. Henry Clay, lew. He jnt rum fear tvt ; Let all tde pthIi thou ftimoHt ntue in y Conn try h thy (iodiHund 'I'nuh , ' THE DOCTRINES WE ADVOCATE. I "Equal and exact in-itn'e to nil men, of liRtevor statu or pertmaMoii, ii'Mioum or pohuiral; I'eftee, enrnmeree, nut lmne-i frleit(Jhip w.th all nuoiit ouiiniiiiig anmnt'eii w im uouei i Thn aupnort of the Knit Oamt uvxen't in titt tlttir nqM an the most oompi'tent ittuiiuiHirariimii lor mir oinetio etHKiernt, ami Hut mnretil ItulwmkH iigumt aim repuoi can ienueut'iH; Thepreervutionof t'i inernl uovorntntit iu in whole oniiHtii itional itf tt aw the tHoet author, ol our peaoe at home and Nn-ty iinromii A tealoua usra of tho riuht of elft lion by the neo A milit ftU'l Hfo eorro:-ti v of ulinr-e;, w tiifh are lop peu )y tlie hwnr l ot rcvoiiuon, a Iwro ju-it it"l n ine men htk unprnvi'it-'ii AtsHoPilH a''i IOHH41-nee in i nt tM(iioiist ni me inn onlv. tlie vitnl imnein e nf ivpnhlit'x, troni wliu-h no HppeAl tint to (tii i, itu vitnl principle 'Hiii i;litniMli ate pure i it of ilefpott.-m: A well iiixi'iiiinu'il milniit, mir n'Mi n-niinoe in pen'' nnt fir tli llrat momoiitii nf war, tili renlaiH ni:iy iu neve them: The mipremney of the eiTil over the military an t)ioritv: Ki-nmmiy in tlirt )ul'lic eprnte, that lahnf may I lightly hiirileiieij; 'i'tie hmieHt pnyin'nt of uitr itetitH, aipl ri'r'l pre aervfttioD n the pnMie fnith. Kneniir.ileineiit nl iirit iilLnie, auU of oonitueree itft liauihnant; ' The itiitiiMinn of infnnnttirni, mn-t urruinnment nf all attUMet at the Uir nl pusiie rrnvon; I'Vecittim if religion, KHKKPOM or T1IR I'HK H', Atut run 'ri of iterttun uiul'.r Hi, jirofection nf the it- HBA IK'KI'rH; And trml by juriei itiipnrtfnlly nele' le.." THOMAS JEFFERSON. SENTIMENTS OF VALLANDIGHAM. a A you yet you to ex ecuted ia noriKhti nml trout to f!iW, and TKf'TH, nnd PBul'Lsi. I'en-sti n flir, p. t'ifh hnnnm, perish iiHll, tint do tin ihiiirf ili it i iiultt, mix) 'Io it like num." Njwh of J'fiunrtj iiih, Imi:i. - ,,IteV4tlt ro Die liniuit irmn the lrjiiininff, I will not dfHerl it now. in Huh Ihn hour ol it nwtifl tiittl." Rxtract from Spitxi. "Not tM'iiftving h-lir re.Hpi)nihle tor thn war, or tl" purpoKHH, or 1(4 eotiHe'iueiu-f. I nver wu hhi my votf whnre llieir epall inlort-Ht were innieern ed." sHiJrvn h Jan. HrA, lhhH. "Sir, I am auma thr-imion, I tlml no more p'ent ttre in a outhe in iii-uninnit I nun in a norihoni werilern diHiiuNtni9tl.".Vm'j-r4 lire. .'th. l'-.'i '. 'i ant not a IrifinI ol th 'onlVlenitH HlnleM or their Cllline, Ult lln eneinvt" Kxt, act J wu iir-h. "1 atn a temiwri,i for (iniiHtiiiiiiun, d-r Law, Uumn, tor 1-iiairiy ', Kjtrtwt potu iSpw. "NevHr with mv i-ohhi-iu nh'itM p-afe le pnretiaMed at the pnee of IM.-iU M UN ' ii-ve. jw-m "No order of tiniliint'nt, x.iUi-. l,y hup.rior Inrt'e, ean reUvtMe iim Irtiiii mv mmIiU aa a eitit'ii Ohio and ol the l'nud hutt.H. Fvnry avnUiiifttt and eipivn-nm ot itilnciiment tn the 1'niou mi. I devoimn h thn CniiMUinlmn--it WV t'ltniiliy whirlil have er eliirithiil or ullejvd. utttl uUde uiM'tiiuiKed aud uuietrat'tcd uulll my reluui.', addt LH banumtnttU, . , , SENTIMENTS OF VALLANDIGHAM. Dry Goods. NEW FALL STYLES ! ! SSC II 15 A. uh DELANO'S, 17 4 AND 7G WKST 1'OIIKTH HTKKI:T CINCINNATI, OHIO. Black Silks, Kitrs Hiidlilic, at 2d, i :i7, i 5,, Colored Silks, Mmsll nliK-kssn.l other Hljten.tl.j xr,l 10,2 IKi Repp Silks, 'rsiR-li I'nnleJ Foulsnis Mourning Silks, Full annortnieiit Dress Goods, Erory style sn.l rslirip Striped Bareges, Silk and Wool, si av Mozambiques, OUGANDIKS, JACONETS, PKKCA'.KS 1 a nrvTti un. ii n o, eip. New Chintzes, Ami Ginghams, ohoic-n, at 37, 40,50. ot. He Calicoes, )?., 2(1,22, US, 2, Sll Table Damasks, Napkins, Diapers, Towels, Doilies, elr White Bed Quilts, Allsiees and ipmliden, al tl 76,1,5 r,o Piano Covers, Cloths and Cassimeres, Huitnhle for flpnug wear Balmorals, Por Ladies and Mlses White Sheetings, so, sr. and jc C orsets, A II sises, white snd roloretl Heavy Brown Sheetings, 90, .16 and 40: Laces aud Embroideries, Muslin ftoiiucingN, elo, "Teryrlirap" Bleached Muslins, Vrom aiKi up Linen Handkerchiefs, Extra quality, at $1 SOperdoteu Furniture Dimities Kor Bedtal,eU!.1st20, 25,37 au.l 4l' Clerical Ties, Porluliee NoTeltie" Housekeeping Goods, A very eoniplte slook ot all kinds Ladies' Umbrellas, Silk and Gingham Parasols & Sun Umbrellas Lace Mitts, Ladina' and Cliildreli'n, cheap, n7, Ml, 6! ,7(x-, 11 Hosiery, I.mlitM', tieiit't Mini Cti.lilrea'M Hoop Skirts, At lit old pneM Silk Shawls. MoiamhimieHltiw Spring Cloaks, Garments the nte a Id or for of km ALL SELLING CHEAP. a. W. MKl.ANI). TBI 16 Weal Kanrlli airaet, OpposllPike's Opara Uouu.