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(,RihI snH vt jtniv tn all mn, of whatever atul or jervmiun, iv.igtii.m or K'uicft); Hem p, iMmnim, mi 4 hont frirndhit with til uaiioo-, t-ntHiiKliiifE ftllmni'OH with none; 7'rU uinnr' rf fAi .Vn' (wm mi' M o!' f 'ni ri'Af? il.r- inn -i ntmptfiil d.lmmit?Htinii for onr ili-nif-ln concern , nn I th nri', tin I Witr k fttf-un, Th-pn"M-rmifin l itif ni-n.'ful c"V'irnnnuit m it mIkIw n hi hi itionnl 'irr, a, th hfa tutihor, ol our fM-KI'P t ...Hilt All I - Iftfly lll'IOMili A jealttim 'nri of lit ri irht of rlr-rdon hv Hie po. pic; A tnlil nii'l s'e forn-.-live of situ-..-", uhii-h are lop ped l.y the sword or revolution, when- esltle rt-ii.e Ue ere uiipiiiilt-tl; Alliiti- .i'-illirt:ni',e III Ihe ilerlsiims of llie Ins.. fonty, lite vital pr.n.ipoof ripiirlifs, from whi.-h I no spie-al Ihic to Tori '.', the vital ptint-iple md tltlim-di-ate ps-t-nt of di-S,ni,s.ii; Ji well diar-ipltned militia, our Isbsi retrince in pe net, slid Tor (ho tin.1 lunim-tit ufwsr, nil regulars lusy re lieve litem; The upr-inafy of the t'ivil over the military mi thorny; K -oitiittiy th the puulif eapense, thai lattor may la, lls-h'ly liriifiit-il; 1 he hoitaf pavmfltt of otir debts, aud .at'red pre- tertatmu of lite pil,l fHilht KiietiirftK",inent ol Aa.ritultuie, aQtl ot riiminert'e a lit- I.AiulinaxI; The iitiiiioii of iiif.irinsiioii, and arraignment ol All aLnae t nl ll.a tHtr ol pit the riitou; i'ret-lu.ii of ri-liuittii, KaaK.toal ttr rat ears; A;t frt . o of fltl ttot UttT I k proWie'l tt llt H It A n lONfl it: A -I li.al liv juris!, ei'le.'led " THOMAS JEFFERSON. MEETING OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOSE. COLUMBUS, October 26, 1863. Tin litriiilmrii or tlm litfitiocrRttt sile CaiilrHlt'om itiiltett, tnt'liilui tli Ailvivorv nifmlerii, ara ta- quattictl to ntaet in Uuluint'ii' on importnut I'Utittatta, on We .lbel Novt mbtrr 10, ItlftJ. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman. GEORGE L. CONVERSE, Secretary. "Discouraging Enlistments." it in coimiilnri'd a terrible criuiff to be Kuilty (il 'vliaiouisgingeiilintiiientii." We V'lW'ftofvVT.It'lo iflimrl) ti?of wit jWn lt v of such a rlmrgp, anil herewith put forth onr earneKt nppeal to all able-bodied iiieu in I'uvor of the war an at present jjioset nted fur the il.'stniction of State lilies and negro freedom, to "rally around the llug." Ohio has again been called upon to furnish thirty five "thousand more" men. At the late elt-cliou it was ithown thut a majority of sixty-two thou tuud ct her voters (including imported men, fraud ike.) are iu favor of war and desolation. Now we appeal to every 111:111 who voted for Uholcih and war, to rally to the call lor troops, and save the State from the dingtaee of another draft. One half of their manufactured majority will till the ip.ita. L"t them step forward and show their faith by works. We want to Ke every Abolitionist in the State, show liia willingiiHHS to rexpond to the call, and volunteer to go ami fight, if needed. It in their boundeu duty to do no, anil they, prove recreant to their prnfeioi ititljHn ilHVti. illliu- ient l)oantie'"aie oflered ; your fatnilieo will be piovided for, (at Want, you will have thut assnmnm jmul besidea, yon know, "it inaweet for one's country to die, Why do yon halt and lag in your duty ? Have you not mail your Governor' stir riugeallto anus, (he cannot go himself on account of pressing ollicial dutien) telliug yon that the pesky rebels threaten to ilea- troy the "bent Government the world ever knew." Why don't you , volunteer ? Are yon nut in favor of prosecuting the war? Did yon not vote for Tiitoi'ux and war? Then why ain't you rallying to llie call ? t m the duty of every able-bodied man who favors the war mid believes it will result iu pond to the country, to go into the army und help fight it out. If he tloea not, he in a hypocrite, and a traitor. We believe with Dot'iit-Aa that "war in disunion," mi. I it is not to be expected that after hav ing written mid talked and voted against lisuiiiiin, that we would be willing to fight lor it. Onr "voice is not for war," but we feci constrained to urge those who favor it, to volunteer. We hope they will do ao. To be consistent they muat do ho. If they fuil to do no, they cannot, at leant, charge uh with "discouraging enlist mcntH." Democrats do not believe in this war ; they linto it, ami seek to eud It; they cuuuot, therefore, be expected to vol unteer and thus aid in continuing it. In i-hort, the Republican! are the only people to whom Lincoln's hist proclamation can bo pr-tperly. addressed, or to whom it has any relevancy. .Democrats are 1'iuct men, and opposed to fighting in a negro war, and they do not propose to enlist at least nut until the Republicans have all first done so. Let the latter, theu step forward immediately iu response to the 1'iesident's call, and especially let no wida-awake hold back or show the white feather, bliout tor Abolition; hurrah for the negro ; go in for Confiscation, Subju gation, Extermination ; giva your aable roliiia to the breeze, and fail not to exhib it the earuestueas and zeal of the Aboli tion raint, John IShown. Then, iudeed, you will have won a clear right to the name of Abolition and be eulitlad to hold communion with the gieat lights thereof, i Sacredness of Personal Rights —Granting of Magna Charta at Runnymede. In the course of a very able and effec tive siweth at the Cooper Institute, New York, previous to the election, Hon. S. S Cox, the gallant and fearless representative of the Columbus l)istrict, drew two pic tures woithy of the most artistic jK'iicil ami ahich, together, will ever possess lively interest wherever liberty i cherish ed one of the granting of Magna Char ter at Kunnymeile, ami the other of it consecration at Westminster Abbey with the authority of the Catholic Church After reciting some of the more notorious instances of the violations of jiersonai rights and libeities of which the Adiniuis nation has been guilty, Mr. Cox said : The traveler who visits that island mead n in the river 1 names, near Windsor, now nsej as a race course, ami still known as Kim iiyiiiede. dors not iro there to seethe horses ritii, lull because thai meadow marks an era in the progress of human freedum. There, six humlreri and forty-lour years ago, on the morning of ihe t2ih of August, the iron clad barons met King John and wrested (rnm him the rame rights which have been violated Ity Abraham Lincoln, and ostracised ur Ihe in indemnity hill of the last f 'ongress. Cheers. I These rights were irilten in the Win of I lint Jar. "Mulltls liber homo enpiatur" it begun llesil laugua ;f, but vital wilh liberty, which t haihain said was with all the classics. " 'No free man shall be arrested or imtiris- oneil or deprived of his own free hoiisi-bnld. or of liis liberties, or ot his own free customs, or outlawed, or banished, or irjurtd m uy manner, nor will we pass sentence upon him, nor send trial upon him. 'unless by the legul judgment of his peers or hy the law of lite laud. 1 1. heers. "This was the germ of our civil freedom, which the pigmies of to-day are endeavoring lo uproot, now main lias crown Irom the arnirn to the oski. As aunther (Juile Thom as. HI JWAssachnsctts, ) has So fiuely expressed it,. 'from the gray of that morning streamed the rays, which'trplifting with the hours, cour sing with the yrars, and keeping pace with the centuries, have encircled the whole earth with the glorious light of English liberty the liberty for which our fathers planted theBe commonwealths in Ihe wilderness; for which they went through Ihe baptism of blood and fire in the Revolution; which they imbedded and hoped to make immortal in the Constitu tion; willu.nl which the Constitution would not be worth the parchment on which it was written." Cheers. As if to make ihisgreat charter sacred forever in Ihe Anglo-Saxon memory, to connect it with the holiest eino lions ol religion, and to sanction it bv the hopes and the terrors of the unseen world, the ratbolic hierarchy of that day long be lore frotestautiem arose belore the neforraation before we had the transcendental light of our Puritan preachers; langbter, this Catho lic hierarchy, then the Inend ol the oppressed ami tne people, were convoked. A lew days after the unwilling king signeu me cuaner. i would like to make a picture to your eve of that creat con vocation. They met in Westminster Abbey, mausoleum of the dead royalty and genius ot oritaur. uere was tne King upon bis throne, aceptered ' and crowued. imnurpl d in lih) lobs-.vmTartio'ei! liear bim were the lords tuniponil inHheir scarlet gowns, on hisright wcxv ins gemiemen ot bngiand representing the Commons the people of the reulm and within the altar were the Lord's spiritual, clad mania pomp ol their pontitienl annarel In the midst a'ood Stephen Langdon, the Primate of England, Archbishop of Canter bury. The great organ rolls its music amidst the tj.nhlc Arches; the air, suffused wilh a dim religious light from the stained windows, trembles wilh the thrill 'symphony divine,' and the choir sing Tu Ueum laudanum praise to God for the great charter of freedom I Censors swiug and the incense rises, an offer ing to the (iod of justice I And in that impressive presence the archbishop arises, and, gatheriug upon his brow and in his voie the terrors of the invisible und eternal world, he sequesters and excludes, and from the body of our Lord Jesus Christ, from the company of the saints in Heaven and tha good on earth, he forever excommunicates and accurses every one who should dare violate that great charter of Anglo-Saxon freedom! Cheers. -Think you, men. of New York, these curses are not living yet? A iMussuchusetts Senator has said that your honored Governor hVow being dragged at ihe chariot of a Federal Exettitive, usurping the rights of the people and violating tha great charter, as eternized in oar traditions, our history, and our Constitution, ' Rut the people or Ihis country are meeting as of old not in any Gothic minster, not in the nre ence of thegroat hierarchs, not with ceremony of Church and Slate, not to the music of orgaa aud clioii'tiMli.! risiug incense of praise, uot amidst Ihe fulminauuiis of primates; but under Ike greu,t sky ot heaven, from the Atla.ilic to the Mississippi ; and ' ihey too are sequestering and excluding, excommunicat ing aud accurBing and troin the body of the just God in Heaven and from the ooiopany of the good and patriotic everywhere Abraham Lincoln immense eheerinsr I and the minions of his power who have dared in (his age and land to violate these sajntyj rights t personal aud constitutional liberty.''' I (j real chears.1 Judge McCunn. The telegraph aunouuctid,'thi defuat of this fearless Democrat forjhe bn'preuie" Court iu ' tfcwYiT1.Uit he i. elected by about two thousand majority. Every i paper in the city opposed his election Lut the New York Daily .Yew. W While two and a hall years of war has sacrificed over a half niilliou.of brave' men at the Xortli alone, nd brought deso latiou tn the homes of the people, the Abolition baud of conspirators against the public liberty are fattening off tha blood and miseries of the country. More than two thousand millions of dollars hare gone into their greedy hands. They steal also from the Government by the million, and why not? It is all plunder. Theft aud robbery, under the present Administra tion, command a premium. Partial Retribution. Onr icndcis remember tho infamy of Cali-U'ott, who was elected as a Demo crat, and aUenvanl sold himself to the Kepuulicans in the .New loik House Assembly, and was elected to the S Iea kership as a part of the price for his infa- my This same Djmociatic traitor was a candidate for re-election ,. in lirooklyn at the late election, and here is the result as stateJ in the New York World : 0f, "GREELEY AND CALLICOTT. "Callicott, the purchased, as our readers know, ilisamiointed in getting tho Republican nnmiiiatlitn tn I,;. ,l;Btlnt l 1I....,LI- ,..-.1. nomination in his district in lirooklyn, took the stump, and enlisted the Tritium and hvtntnij J ott in his support. Greeley went over anu iook tne slump, advocating, with all his matchless eloquence, the re-election of the pnrehased and purchasable candidate. "HehoM the result: Total vote of the dis trict, 5, 2!ll; Callicott, 22 1. Thai is the meus ure of the influence of Greeley, the Tribune and W, when advocating the cause of known and established corruption. Nearly a Million Dollars. It cost about million dollars of tho people's money for the Administration to transpoit its selected soldiers alone, in its plan to carry the New Yoik election. This is entirely exclusive- of a gigantic Bribery Fund which that party used for the same purpose. We quote the follow ing fucts from the Albany Argut : In addition to the immense ortrniotion Cm,! that has been raised among Government em ployees for the purpose of corrupting the elec tion of New York, the Administration, wilh n armed enemy menacing the National Capital, have sent into the State TWENTV TIIUIJ SANIISOUMEIH at sn expense of. at least FORTV DOLLAftS PKR MAN. Thus th. people are made (0 directly contribute nearly, ii immune, u.yjjunmj.ii tJULLAUS, for ihe overthrow of. those principles upon which the Repablic founded tha. Government, tSrTJft YasuiiiRtoh''uv'18ava: 'Gener al Grakt has tolcgraplusfto Washington, that the most advanced- positions' of Gen eral BfnusiDE have been assailed and cap tured by the rebel.s, vlio inite prisoners of half 6f two ojjiments who were holding them at the titue." ' . , " .L , ,. . , Jtar-Officiul rotiirnar from , siity-two counties in Missouii, and the soldiers, give a conservative majority of fonr thousand and sixty-eight. . . ' y [Correspondence of the Wayne County Democrat] From the One Hundred From the One Hundred and Seventh Regiment—The Democratic Soldiers not permitted to Vote. FOLLY ISLAND, S. C., Oct. 16, 1863. Dear Sib : Uatinc an onnortunitr to rri!: 1 :n . u s ., , . ' you, I w II tell you how the election, went.orfi m . "ws-wwws ui ooum t-aroiiiia. i -.r. We've had verf hot timea'tilinnt rtnliiltt.-iJi Beinpt soldiers, old eaouj;hlo Vnoi right Mm wrori(r, we thmiftht we could rote withoutMiT 1112 stun. a and ilrnoront stumo neakira nr il.a to-callml Union party to instruct ns. JJoe rouna we were quite wrong. About two ml At helore the election an Abolition agent ihrmed bis love for the soldiers bv bringing them inids of tickets, circulars, and books. H 1.1 ..,r faitlifullr for JJrotigh. When be bega.ifo icalt to the boys, they welcomed him lif J- iuff I Uive h m a gun; "diva htm a cartri4o boi;" "Put hiia in the guard-house;" ,'J'i'it him out;" "We are drY'alland!j5ham.'KUe was finally comnelli'd tu leava n. Nnv't tn.,. tain huts triod what he could do with lit, by tl)reateiiiii(, that evary one of' ilia. ciiiaiiy who would vote to Vallandigham he'. $uld punish. But that wouldn't do. Then fir ol- ucers mreatenva mat tney would remgi.- it we voted for Vallaiidiuliam. We said i ... ' tho. eould do so, and welcome!)-, That eii that wiai. cxi tney inert to Irigltten us b staying that they would .ut us in front of tml i'.i . if we oumn tvote lor lirougn.. W n- Jisd : 1 rial 11 where wo alwavs are. anJ w f tt In ha We are not oowards. Our oondut irinrttM speaks for us. At CrmnclInWille iwere in the front at .Gettysburg we' were ia front, and the next place you l(ear:of iisivs. ' will be in the I'ronv" S.tet did not t! ; Net they told us liat il volpdflit V'wf p.l'digbain we would, break' oiif pajW BufJ) knew better than that, So, at-last,- llifiSureached up the dm'trltie, of reheHijiii-euii-iliJtftt Ihey woul I rebel w.t,t tiie'efcyvue of f e people if ullandigham shoiil.l,-i;.b.i ela i'i That strengtheutd us, for it sLowei tir,thr-y are really worse than tueetjule, and e thought we could lifjlii reliuls.oii ihe soiiiOhio just oruveiy as we Uu 011 South fa.Hiia soil. Afu-e fiiirtnigoot ibat thev .id not . (OtniHisii (.. tjli'iilghs, by pur imu or in limldutiun, tiny U"!olv4 tliitt tt . . would not iiutituD iuTij-,yi-flui -mut'.. .-y. aid ac complish, 'f lu vule of theri'ijla . i.twili .hn. this. We were 00 duty to l.it-t a fort on t'iowa Islund, A cauip guard, j.ue delachtd men and tbo.oCI -itrs, were U-tf : cump. They opened f s.fBf fil at tha .missary, and goLf-H Uioti;hneH to tot. ' 'iHt were pres eut. In tliff c-iiiiig it leake t ut,, and some Iemoct(ttf 1Vt-Ht to vol, Tlv.- .'or lltran at thtir votos iu. Itnt.iis some of" I Abolitionists saw uiui (:. VaiuouraU had crat and ybre'ooiiiirig to vo( polls bi.line thetiina pruvidt wai. fcirl'-ctaaUtd out of on . tlpitrs ud out the se they clused tho "or by law. We cotec by our own ,' It woulj lie iio.ninre than f.sliee if the vote of out regiment were rcjix-v.j, for it is a great j fraud. We hope you w, II-pea to it. We are!." willing to obey the Isw; vCSoopect the Con- j stitution, and wilhhuld 11,4' .justice from any I man. Kudo wa deinuud it fr:rji the other Side. , . .. , I Jflusewith ihe re.ru- .t that vou Dnt.lish th I would like tha I iii.m men of Wayna and other counties tu kimw what kind of l..,l era tbey have. j J. W. P. First Brigade Gordon's Division. Klu A leading A tiiitiun sheet in Mussa' chusetis deals the .Se. ieiiiry of War the fol low well planted blow - Secretary Stanton has from the beginning pie. Nobody complain, of .be coce.l.ToV leaning aim 10 namoooile the Deo .Ia W..K lu 1 . -1. . r f. ' Z " I T . , . u?vu amu : A 1 , . -J J 1 Mlothemultfl.aamiuufuoxGUfj'i 4y - uaaar. ui, Biiu Wlieu imh iininv 111 v li,ll,i,arl Speech of Jeff. Davis at Mobile. The Mobile AVyi'.&r has the following ac- ' coojit of the reeein review of the military , lr,rces there by Pn s .Unl Davis: ine sin'rtiie.s uf the notice caused the ! turtloiit of the lo:'nl f.trces lo ho lets ih.tn it would otherwise liar Itepn nnlwIthalHndinir j thefd.wus a larger force in line than has been eno"y'n'f ''eaaion. These impromptu " 'y- '"3;oii-jng io nave ine enecs oi trausiiraiiiri? til" i n.n..i;., ini, i I men, nod tttey ajrefy answer the call for their appearance timKr :u mt much more promptly than would hsii b.n expected. Though the the delay canted hv waiting for the arrival of some of the more distantly posted regiments. I-:.... a . ' . rJ r. . . . uuu. ot iWce 0 chick was named lor me review, made it almossnn Vt before theoirade closed. Afier the pars.hi was dismissed, ltoyal street was filled, the hr ides returning to their re spective fjiiarters.lBnd about the Battle House, the bnlcony sn.r corridors of which were thronged wi ladfes.a dense mass was packed, impeding the march of the troops. Loud and related clii?ers and calls for the President were made,, in response lo which he made his appearance on the balcony, and addressed the soldiers anfl citizens in an ofl-kand speech. He congratulated the people upon the fact which he as.tared thorn he felt to be the fact that our cause is now in a better condition than it waft ayear ago. Having just come from the sen of the great battle of Chica mniiga, itfwas impossible that he should not refer to tjat, ,nnd though it could not be ex pected tui lio should allude to contemplated movements, ye.i he was happy to say that the brave vi Ijors of that bloody field stood ready and Biixipusv to strike the blow which should secure u- Complete fruits of their glorious victory if . could say more that he believed they wojili I strike lhat;blow,and that Rosecrat s' iinwieljijf 'ifjjlons would be destroyed or driven for roii.;;o to tho Ohio. Tho same spirit ani-mated-our Armies elsewhere, and alllhey need ed wak.ioihu properly seconded hy the people at hoiti.S to send the hordes of Va-ikeea hack lo their beloved ftoston, or any other place fromwhich the return might be more difficult. Hi sa before him a Texas regiment whose thin"id ranks reminded him too painfully of thoif situation, cut 08 from the homes to which the should look for recruits, nnd of their deaJly Jfonflicts upon many a field where they hacj fo.fcht as Texans always fight. He ex konad'thera to be of good cheer. Such deeds a9 theira were never iu vain, and would surely SBCitre to the country the csiimuble prize for waieh tkey were contending, and to themselves undivided honor and renown. '? TJJ)re, too, were Alubamiani, who, be felt jure, were worthy the name which had been immertulized on so many battle-fields in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and Mississippi. And here he referred to the youthful color-bearer at uicatnauga, wuo planted within the enemy s barricades his regimental flair, oierced with f l;lity-nine bullets, and its staff shattered. I he i resident had the pleasure of promoting him for his gallant conduct, and, such was his tfinrtnalv lltul tt, ....,:.. L: d .L - lrt..;,int h ..v 'ivu uuito u IIUUIIBUlllUa Ul perioroifu oriviliuifF extraord narv. l';TU mlUar .,J,l;.. l 1. Ll! 1 . . - viia-oumiuiU', Ut3 UUIIC7DU, Wert lrauioua oi iue reputation ot tbeir brethren in n amp. im had ben. much moved, as be rodt n mi. ocuiuK kiiiuiiv vumn young boys, some very young, and men whose heads were silvered with the frosts froBta of manv wintnra ,' lie could remind all these, regulars and 'others, that they are not common soldiers. They preseut a spectacle which the world has never witnessed the best population of the oountry poured into Ihe army. Such men may be appealed to from other incentives than that of rigid military discipline. The times, the cause, all considerations, reiiiiro efforts which may be demanded of the army of heroes, for such they are. Besides these, there are some too old to bear arms, bat tbey, too, can do something. Let ihem contribute their means to the support and relief of those who are contributing their blood; and let those who are too poor lor this contribute their influence. There is something tbat all can do. Sell must bo entirely forgot ten; aud let those who are deaf to anv other appeal, remember that he who is hoarding up weulth in such a time as this is hoardinir ud i,.run.R 1. c 1 . t-i ... r ...,,j, , ,r 01 wuicn ue anu ins posteri ty must bear who shall have grown rich by this war.'1 [From the Richmond Examiner, oct. 24th.] The Funeral of a Slave. Several days since a very likely slave woman of Mr. T. It. Uees, died, and lier lunerai 10011 place Irom the African Church, attended by au immense concourse of colored people. The master of the deceased caused to be provided a very handsome coflin, which was covered with bouquets aud flowers, and the cortege lo the grave was composed of tlin-ly-tbree hacks. This was done in Richmond, the capital of tbe Southern Confederacy, and in the midst of the "slave-driving aristocracy," In the "contraband pons," near Washing ton, 1). C, the eapltal of the United Hiiu and the seat of "great Emancipation party, a dozen wretched negroes die daily, and tbeir only altendanta to the gave are two living "contrabands," to carry the rough board bo, and one with a spade to dig tho hole. How looks the two pictures, nnd in which is 'the most humanity exhibited 1 Bully for the Fifty seventh Boys. but' ",.w9 """'ted, they have proved morally M rlh),'cally brave, and have dared lhe dl,Pleure of the men in power by voting ucorJ'"g to tbeir convictions; against the Prolllt!ale administration of the government, and 111 favor of the Union and the Constitu- The Kifty-sevonth Regiment, O, V. I., gave Vallandigham a majority of seven at the late election. Tbe Fifty-aevenlh is one of tbe old est and best regiments in llie service, has been engaged in soma fuurteeu hatilcs, and a large number of skirmishes, and has covered itself with glory in every conflict. A great influeiice wu. brought to bear against the gallant rauu to cause them to vote the Ali.tini.tt, il.-kai "on ugiatf Uuunlu Venioarat. Said Joe In Bill, both were old bummers , and both were turribly dry : "Bill, if you'll trust I'll ull you where you can get a whole new suit of 0 othes on six. ujonlh s trust." -W.!" yu. thouKb Now, no fooliu' yer Billy. ' I "True as prcacliin' I will " I. ..i ' ZZSY JXl ,'"r ' ui, 1 .utiles uma a arink at t'"e ,u"n to J' oa aix month's Uust I " , uiii ui unftim Wt.1 10 tin ll'kLtt thut ha cooUn't " 'lin" una ue IJ.II - :.i l: . I. I.I . .. Groceries, &c. j New Grocery Store. rilHR nnrioritKQfrd wou d rirtiltilly to rrm ihe I ftlii -ntof I'aytcn nad urrounri n oiintry that A. FAT&TTTX' QHOOERV On Ftr-, ttrai-i, of Ihfl Hw?M llnte, wtiure ht (ir cccrics of Ihe Ilcst Quallly Rsrtlwar -, llmrsra. and all sriiclaa tinallv leant in Hrl i-lshs Ksinlly Uroocrt., on that loott raaMtimttle : chaa.n eirwlier a.nuir t it-rm. I'.aaMOsll auj axaliitne my n.OfS hntttru pur. AHAM 0 INWAT. E. O'Ssns. M.O H.i.s KOWAHD O'URIR at BnOTIIEIl, WHOLESALE GROCERS JAMD IriPOHTKRH Of Brandtaf Vln, Olna, Clfrars, mmA IrUli nn Broi.cn wniiky. AND UKALBU IN Wine ami Uomevtlc Liquors Agent for Hale of Pure Bourbon Whisky No. ml Sot'otiU mrpl, iMylon, Ohio, IJKO Iito mont rn.rvt,riilly u nt-iitnnnl their nnn 19 Ionium and ill- comnrtiiiiMy KPiiernlly, thnt lhev h;w entcrp) mm prxnnPMhii), nii'ler tin numc nn-l niylflol K.O'HHiKN MRuiUKH, lor th. .ur.. of rurrynii? on Hip whnlnttnli riK-ery, Injuyr, riKr sntt toUwo buMlntftH ;n IhtyUm, Ohio, h. tUe liit trorn Ui-Ih.hI hoiiK-H n N-w York, HfiUunor him. rninvuiH)iri, nivi imvinrm'i ii!iHn VHurw' f .(wrnin' in tii tn.(tf, wp hoKI 'Hit ill Ik1)! iiiilii'.'iimc'litH lo our uiaciiMtinirr.Hnti n oinern wMumny b kin 1 cnotiti M. "'HHl KN, Ul of thm (Inn of O'HnKn Jk roletlo.Dlii'i, will ilvot hi tim uivl mtntion to uinwPRii inoHwrn mnv ronif to Hiy at thiK wH known Uoiimo, hih! h . O'HKIKN, will irfitt tlii n.m it.iMiuyb ttr, if p wiMe, th 11 rr lure. H"th of : 17 Kr'1,,'"' i"r (mm invar, ana erny m. - iirui luiuir ai UIIHS. HIIlhHINW ni J U. (JILBKIIT A CO., Whol'?mile tlenirrit in l''()lti :i()NANn DOM I ''.HTIO GROCERIES & LIQUORS NO8, 7t AN D 78 KKh'KRRMON bTHKET, OIMOH1TB Grocery and Provision Store, ANTHONY WOHL, No. 14 MA1IKKT BTREKT, XI" AS rxgood supply of all kimlnof th best Kamily IX uroienH uuti rrovi'ionH, hm h w flour; out riumi; corn mfnuane.i mutn, tutm, lined hef; fluh ijimini tiiT cnecse; uonana nerritia; t; ,otl HiiUAri al-pi cijvt: tot woo: mint!. . AiMn. qutittnNwnrH; yellowwaro; willow bajtkem, aud. in laet, uiui i-i ii-ructi uj luiniii.-n, aULUUJII) ANU PROVISION STORE. NO. Iu7 UPTll hTBKET, III OK FY'S Ilt.OCK STOCK NI'AV ANU FHKH1I. (OUNTRY pro. 1 1100 tttkon la aii hsnge Ior0.o.'orie V or Anil. oc.'tdllnswiinv JOHN HlllKEI,, AgonU By the Way, Have the Newt T You Heard . J. A. MINIOK, U AS r?eia(t his new HpriOK Stock, lr)ja, well-he-leuletJ and of the UtHt quality. Mr. A. called snd Rot one dollar's worth of TWKLVKCKN'l'SUUAR.AT MINIOK'S. ThenicoMt kind. Mrs. B. got one dollar's worth of the nicest kind roUKTEKN CENT BUUAB, AT MINICK'S Mra. 0. got one dollar's worth of Ilia nhoicest qu.tl. 8IXTEEN CENT BtKMR, AT MINIOK'M. M r. H. tutytt that ha got ll, best quality of green KIO OOKKEE AT J. A. IIINICK'H. Th he aver drank, aud Mrs. U. nays she gol the tin- GREKN TEA AT J. A. MINICK'S. While every body oalls gel some of that einellea' EXCELSIOR BY HUP, AT J. A. MINIOK. Mr. M. aavs he purchased a half barrel of WU1TE riSU AT J. A MINICK'S, Decidedly the beat he over ilaed ; whilo the supply o NO. 1 MACKEBEIj, AT J. A. MINICK'S. Both lor sin and quality, caunot be eicellad la this or Heiuvileaall ui call at his establishment and in pact Ins slock of CHOICE DRIKn FRUIT, COKFEltd AND TEAS, SUGAR OK ATjL KIN DH. And the largest and lwat variety of Oroceries lo be seen .m i uitj. uis tara;e asiaiuisnmeui is ou the Corner of Market aud Jefferson His. aalT Restaurants, &c. UNION SALOON. Herkel's Bullillnir, No. It Jeflcraon TWO SEW Illl-I.llltU T4III.RS Of tha l,esl inska, now ready for use. WINEH. Mutl.lRU, A1,K, I.AilhK HKHR ANU EATAlJl.ES.AOOOBDlNH TO OUI.KR AISO: Kit KLI.KXT HtKSIl OVSTKUB. Customers are respsctfi.lly iuvile.1. ; . K H E I). L K Nil E Cooper House Saloon. Main street, opposite tha Market House, J. V. NAIJKRTH, Prop, ritll IS Saloon is II,. Ilnastm lh. ..ty. (ly,,r,, qnsil. 1 allddiifk, venison, ami all kinds of aalna and flfhlu their season. Meals al sll hours li..uoUn!r.r,,,'l'J'?'' "'!" '"t "" choice wuoi'ihaud hraiitl.oteigHrsautl tobacco, al- jiyaler. by Iheein and half can. . sel.ldflm JOHN UKSONAQKh W"ffi' "' andUeSnt i f J ?1 ","?r by ,Mr' V r""- "'"hea.t e.m.r of . , Vtlu'l 7 i , niaraala anttitl. ahertautiaS U" "Jd milk Paper Hangings, &c. CAMAKCO MAHirACtlKlJiU 10VFAM, MANUFACTURKBS AND IiEALKRS IN PAPER .HANGINGS WINDOW SHADES. T, West rourlh .treat, flMelaaetl.' "Uered tt. wrilerp buyer,.. In our relsil dci arlmenl o - , ' 1, " " 'W '' ol flam and becttrutivv Papers, all ihti 13 H S3 T NOVHLTIEH THAT TUB Kaatem or European Market Afford. The snecisl attenllon of n. ... . nient Ihair ,lr.-,., .... ;.' .. , .:" """" ' orna. and dining r .,,', VZ' f, !' .i.fii we are onenug al low prices. ' AH Kind, of "to,., .v,d other tbm CAMAROO MANUFACTURING COMPANY . H B.hVh"1 Urth Cl"-'nill. "bio. Millinery. TO ailLLIXERS & MERCHANTS. DKVOU at tu, Kl 85 PEARL ST., WH0LSSA1.B Mllllnerv Goods Ci.oais jhd Shawls, CianaaivT is, "hildren'.-trawriur.ush d Mt' HATS AND nONNPTfi KIBBOJfS. FIOWKHH. Fbatiifbo Laces,Head Dresses Beltings' &c Ineludinr every description of "ILLIMKRV ',.. i s, Ollrfaeililic. lor inanuf.i.lrin Cloaks,Sacques,Mantilas PALL SH AWT.h Comprlseali the novelties in b--l,foreln.,l dome.- orlerall 1 Caxlt. trail ,'ooZ, !".W - W will ,u our,l''e t lu .t market uriee. or 'A call, before your auvantane."" " "". win result tt. nespec Uully, M.ndS.-.,.rl Sg.iVgS..,,. Business Directory. OHIO STATE GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY .'Wit ANU 1-Jil-l Mlllltlllkllnn tliref Uliiu "..user puo price M so. Ativan, senui. Hunt f uiWimlU. nrti MJr.r,Vr,."r. """" uneiu, UiUI lflkll ai llW TMt. Ai.lra.aa, II at - imio,ii, wiui;iuuhii. orUJUsiw Pensions. ll'S TI 8 I. McCAKTV, Attorney and Counselor at Law SOLIOITOH'OK CLAIMH, WASH INOTOM CITY, 1). 0 Will ulve prompt attention lo aoulioail,,... r.,e AKKKAKH m, BiimilKS.rKNSIONS, And all other Claims Itelore Ihe Kiet-utive Ueuarl mints nnd in thet-'oiirt of Claims telers I.,: Hons. H. M. Rice; M. H. Lallian-; M. 8. Vtilsinson, t nm-dhlsles Heiintois: .1 H il, ,. K M aiaiilt.n Seorelaryol Wan w , lii KelloKa, bt'hi.yler to las, I'. B. Kouke. Members ..I Uoaar.S,a. ... f. !.i w aw.liK, or Inuiaittt, and othera. 1 lie UntltTSIftiaH jlautruu t ;..r. . lamands aaam.l the UoVernman. r .K. ?...,""'? llwl he Is preiauod lo , rosecul. Ihair elairus .,11, . .uu vu reasonable lerills. 111. Itrat-llt-sl kni.wle.lKe ol all the detail, of Ihe ...ilit.ry s a-e " t it a"r" .tti ptti.t u.t-i.,iia. ,or Ilia '!"" adjuslinen. and collection of every deutrlutioo ol military claims. ' v I'KNMIOMH. All nersons whff e.iter.l tha .tii.u-u - Marrh 1, imu. aad are tllsal.lu.1 I.. t... are entitled to pensions. Wi.it.ws of soldier, who are killed, or die hefo or aller llieir tliscnaraa, from aound. receive,!, or dls lrleliil while in service, ara eolitled to pen- II DO Willow, than tlta hil.lK of Me, are eolitlad lo pensions. ' y no - it.ow nor cinitir-n, then Ihemotlier.lf al.ollv in pnrtdi.peudenton 'let-ssed lorsui.porl f no mother, then Ihe aistars .tf I t,n,i. aislesn years of aKo. If wholly or in pail dependent on deoeaaed for aupporl. ... Biil.Tll'.H. All eiiliiad man who serve two year, ere entitled to Kt.iiiilv. ' All aho are tlistharad. l.w .,.. nt u..-.,u coived in Utile, ale a, Hilled lo buuuly. Ilounlias and arrenra til pay due deceased soldiers are paid as folloas: lirat, to bis widow; aeoond, el ao ai.t-'w, it. (iisi.nuuien. If he died tltniiarristl: tirt. tn falLap- unnn.l . Ilither, to mother; third, if no lather Dor mother, Ibi-n tt. h.a i-rolhars and aiateia. Airfare of pay rtes lo the burs. JUSTI'a 1. M i'AKTV. JdllN H.TOPPI,MA,K..i.. Ilsvton.lMoait..n. ery uoiinty, Ohio, la my authorued assot.ista. Appli oalions pref arrd aud lore arded by him, will reec.va proi.tpl attention. e-liiiil Pensions. Hotels. UNITED STATES HOTEL BEACH STBEET, BOSTON. (Directly oppo.lU the Boaton and Wonavater Railroad Depot) 11HB undera.KDed, who has been renneeted wilh the . Alnerit.au Hon, in this elly, lor over e years, has leaed Una w.ll-keown and popular Hotel for a term of yeara, and ple.lijes him all to Ins Irisnds aad the pubht. to use Ins l.tu.oel eMorls to rusl.iu llierrp. inalioo of the IIN1TKD bTAl UN IIO'l t.las a llr-l-t'laiia house The pultllo may rely upon nudum, al Ins boiiaa, all I lie apphan-es and N,irru ul a lust. olnss hole.!. frit a, as karalolor., 'Iwo liollar. par day. ot'',116'a iUlAKlt M. fBATT.