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TUKSDAY, NoVKMilKK IT, THE DOCTRINES WE ADVOCATE. K.pjal an-1 exa,t juatioMn all mn, of whrt! .. r eT or wr.ii-n,n, r.liuioiia or ,o iti. rd; l'".. i', N'iTtll,Tt'i,, mi. l.'lio,t Ill' ll'Uhip With ft natinn. riitaiittlinv alh.wea wilh nonp; mi.i.-.r- "f Ihe Sn'i If.n, m,r in alt frt'-' rw', m th mo'-tt romtnt a.tninitiilrationa for mil rt.mt 'M'.'n-rn, atvl lh nr.it bitlwurka anmiit mi riil run t-n l-i'; P.. rmr it of fif nnrnl Rnvivnimint in it "ti r.n-ti ,1 fix fmi 1 -' i ttrt sli ri iun-tior, ot our l.t of flcrtion liy the peo- a'-. f .rro t vrt of nl.tilo.a, wlnrh are top. nr.; ..; i ..vo'illiou, Wlii'll pM..'lll'le rem. !. !. '..it... i ... new in tli. iLoiiooii. of lli. ma. I .r ii if f I'liLhi -. in. in wlii' Ii i' i f.i ln,v.i, tti vitl ptiu.'I'Ii' tiiil imniil). !...(.. t'lll. i-.'n-'t imo'in. enrl..t r.liano. in p.r-e ! t 'i. -in .run ufw tr, till roulHru may re- i 'l i -i .in of inormition, and arraignment of all -l IIia Mr "l on lio reason; il:' fll prtfrrfi.no fi ,. y of ilia oiil ott the military an- thr ) il ii-rxpme, that labor niav he "iV'tK'nt of nurdpiita, and ewnul pre-j ii tit' or "'.K-uittire, n.l of mmrt a iini.irlia ly .le.'to,." THE DOCTRINES WE ADVOCATE. THOMAS JEFFERSON. MEETING OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS, COLUMBUS, October 26, 1863. i -.- i.' I'1- l1. in-iTitii- SUtp Cenlral Com ',, . .... I1!.. A'lv.'ory tntriilrs, are re- ' ii i. 'i i i . iiioii'ii .n iinj'ortant liutinvna, . ' i , , . . Ml .IT l. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman. GEORGE L. CONVERSE, Secretary. ,v " A'; 'icci 1 1 tit the Alloy of the Fo- V"' liti' tHlilll'Ol(:lllt. tit'llel'id iMEAliK l.-ft W tfhington and gone back to his i.'liiiinticr It is said tho army ' .-t :' into " inier quarters. will "Tlii'ti n'c four Kcpuliliritn randi-1 '"i S;..'.U,.f. and about a dozen for' ..:!ii..-c position in i if giir ot ,-o !:.i;:o'. 'i'iic litLier are said to be iL lo., winking hard for the IS Mil 1 news ol Ti (he 'I'1 it. is icaie.i liy lions with the i 1 1 1 ; lji'iie.:al ll.lNKH ons to nvo ''icni'ii. IIaxks' s.inio, i French s pei h.lS SUC- will iii 1 all nixsiUo ilillicultv A i" Wo have the cheering intelligence fur the old women and nervous ihildren ti:it "iill is quiet on the Ltike shore." No bn ily is hurt. Jletroit, ('leveland and !uf falo, are siilc. The Jtihnson's Island con e;iiAiy has ended in smoke. What licit? J'lrFon.NrY of the Philadelphia Prtss, insults the oltieer and soldiers of the army by telling thorn, they aro the menials, and tlnrir uniform is their badge of servitude. ' says : "Conrso epithets, and even ob- no langnage, are oiten employed by the . and file of tho army, when speaking ."resident of tho Republic, wIiobo livery they wear." the ale about . ' Hons in i tuleofthes tcniV-1 to ii. . pu: Iltellt, ullil . money thiit goes CooK, il Co., P:iv bine lo pay the there is a litll tWCell ill" Si' ' tie- l'iiili. ' rtivi'.iim Cook t Co., aurents for Five-Twenties, havo made f dollars by their opcra "n die last year. The oul I have been at- t the Tieasnry De nse amount of uida of ,ay people who is hintetl that 'vi-V arningcnient be y i the Treasury and ukets, winch insures a ; .men e profits accruing the Five-Twenties. -'i '"' siiik is going to retire to pri ' He follows in the wake of his ins predecessors," Poor Bi:rh He hus'rtm his course. H has ne.l the ivmk whii h his masters laid i ; !, in id no. and now, "unwept, mi ll inncd mi. I umonm" he l'ocs down to 1 lie duel' s o1' til iv.no life, thereto "chew tl,.. ),! K'';; olll I I , pan ieliee. ".I bitter fancy," a and remorse When the war lirst .i wen ,".nie renown in tlie i of U iiini.ko Jslund. Drunken e' llntiery ol his satellites, he be , , ., f ,t, i. mi, maimer olihe Aimy ot (lie 1 o- CMIIV totua.', and madly bulled bis legions ug!iii!st i h I'oilieshcs of Frcdci'icksluiig, vii.nii.g lor himself by that opeuatioli, the lioeusiiihlo title of the " Fredericksburg liui.--lr." All-r that ho becamo com i.:ui..ier Ii.. : I'.o aiiiiieiit of Ohio, and .y hi.-- iii'u.in.iiu c, induct nkil despicable tyranny ivhilo in that position won the CtHi'Mol ale! ifld d alio Co able lio ll. Pint .1 ll-r 't hi-' IlllsIOlr 3 l . e no further lloC 1 1 1. an old shoe. ;uatiou of all hou- in s.inpiy did the bid- , and now when they' for him, ho is cast lit KNsiiiK resigns be cause he imagines himself neglected. We h ave him to his inlumy an 1 that punish jnent whieli is more terrible than a lash of scorpions a guilty cousciencn. The Cost of War. ' a ' In langnaga of the Albany Argvi : " ; ' of the war is measured hj eland- !..' . i 'ditura and of debt, which do not n,' A -I- it has consumed an amount i t nation of all reel and person' nf tl,,. two Slates of Pennsylvania km, - V--t ' Already ila armies hare witli '.Vii i' " field of Northern labor ii 1 1 'e hoil'ed men of these t i .ii. It i mi therefore. In an jn ii,.ir". i .i view, are as if these two . ; ' i had been enquired and disap- j "Hri"! l et Mr. Nperetary Ciiahk, in his laU Auburn siiowli, liail tlie oflYontcry to tell i lis Hint that tho peopla are all pwttmg rii li out of this war. An exchange re I marks truly that in tho view of tho Jam- ink, everything is nourishing. Bacaune j Hhoihly ixiiiliHi'tors haru in many case . atitiired weulih by Rwindliug tho Oov- J eminent, and are enabled to Hash jewelry : anil diatiiniiils; and to purchase paintings anil to ape the uiannora of better people, ' tho Republican paporg aro in ecatney over u-liut tliav arM i-iliiAGeii to tnrtn tho nroa- jierity of tho eonntry. They cannot nor will not see that thin apparent wealth haa flowed into tho hands of tho few. They Jji ii.-.io the poverty Th:ch r.-ss r.ever v.:o ; piensni)' upon the. poor, iney navoiimo, I .. . , . ., r.i ii anytiting, to pay atioui mo agony oi me myriads who' have fallen on tho battlo tiehls, nml ol tho maimed and crippled victims of war evarywhero. They apeak not of tho wrecked happiness of wives, and children, and aintoia from whom every thing is taken that mnkea life dear. How can we exultingly apeuk of pretended wealth and proserity when at every turn we meet with these evidences of woe? In stead ot lieing a time for rejoicing, it idinnld ho one of solem thought how wo may soonest be relieved from tho fearful stale of things to which wo have been brought. JtrT'l'he New York Tribune classes it self, unequivocally, with the Had ical party in Missouri, and, consequently, against the 'resilient. It says, in apeak of the ltnilical vote there, "We have carried all the largo towns in tho Statu with only a , ,ew 'xecptions. a 0 wnoio patronage oi ! tho Government officials, military and civil, was arrayed ngainst tho Radical parly." 1 1 A Just Sentiment. This sentence from the Xatiottal Intelli gencer, may be adopted by every good Democrat : "We profess no political loyalty save that inspired by love for the Union, the Constitution, and by' respect for the laws. Who professes more have none." Lincoln's Thanksgiving. Lincoi.k's Thanksi v iiir Proclamation, sued on the 3d of October, is severely hand, led by the Ktiropean press, the leading papers treating it as not only exceedingly ridiculous in view of tlie condition of the country, but as little less than "blasphemous irony." We make room (or a paragraph from the criticism of the Loudon jTmrs, as follows : "Thanksgiving for what? For civil war. the very greatest ot calamities; for the destruc tion by rude hands of a Constitution which has been regarded as a masterpiece of huniun wisdom; for thn loss of liberty; for the death or mutilation of hundreds of thousands of human beluga; for the increase of a spirit of exasperation and hatred: lor the devastation ot large territories; lor the substitution of pa per credit for regular and lucrative industry, and for lite tenfold miseries which the war hash therto indicted on the black race as well as on the wlute these aro the things for winch President Lincoln would have to thank Providence if the day of thanksgiving had o-aii nxsa on tne ztiin aay jNovetunerf now can he how can any man forecast what in s'. weeks hence will be the popilion of the American republic whether it will be one demanding thanksgiving or more suitably coimuemoratrd by fasting and humiliation? Is the course ol events Mowing so entirely ii one direction are tho indications of pros perity so steady and assured that Mr. Lincoln is justified in pronouncing with certainty that his affairs on the 2ttth of November will call for thanksgiving and not tor humiliation? To thank Providence lor blessings not received is as near an approach to blasphemy as to repine against chastisements duly merited." Another Slur at Vallandigham. Tho 1'ont never loses an opportunity to slander tho object of its dislike. A political ailn ilurtaprcri thta nviailunu f anuiaa rw I ' " K......n ....,... . . . i (luwer 10 reseni, wotnu oe Hparea insiiii uy srus ,imj i,ol,u minded men, howevur I much his enemies. Uut the Vutt, boiiijr mi- generous and ignoble, would probably abuse , . ,u u i I i n a lepnlcher. Tho rumor of a Kubel plot acainst our lake cities haa been greedily ap plied liy this Radical defaruer to the irratitica iiun of its malevolence against (be Uon. C. lj. Vallaiidigbaui. The article was evidently U).'i;ested by the deaire to y'lllify this exiled patriot. J'A'en were the story of the plot mora ihati an invention, no journal that aims at truth or common sense would aecuso Mr. Yul Undihuin ot complicity. Yet the l'ual in the course of its article, makes ihree seveal attempts lo implicate that gentleman ' the ntlair. It is done by insinuation, but that reuuera tlie unnianiy ellort only tliv more dispicable. If Air. Viilamjigham is now upon t.atiadian soil, it is because ho has been ex patriated by arbitrary 'power: by a process forbidden by our Constitution. The result of the injustice of his enemies is now used by tb Putt as I be vehicle of further injustice. If tho man were in Japao, or in bis grave, theso Radicals would seek to connect him with soma chargs of treason. A'. Y. Ntwi. off Another Slur at Vallandigham. [...] the Henderson Reporter] [...] for Peace. [...] for Peace. Y. A. T. S. the wiv, . borne too ed to obtaifl plead fori Ik are ony isi :Ki , 7 ru, with earth, open and nations may aol and re-echo, yeril ot our overturn I the Most High. torrent, that She ' there is lite titers iskono to extinguish tho lit s endeavor to reKinilus he si -.1 ol. L jr.. , ; ! 'beeoutB.the east s. ! V peace has !,- x " ' " ' 'avs enr! IKa 1 "Wjlj.ll s.i prectov oO'' 1 x ted indivic .. v. . ipSrt frodthe mass? .. ;i.-' il echoed hiltboosaads of r v -1 Our hnshan l and fathers i yen lor me g oi peace, nut wu. ' ,nccea; anl now the rives and daughters are forced to join their vices with the throng. Our counts, is laid waste, her treasury drained, her stars desecrated, her sons cor- rapted, and oieiearts crushed and bleeding. I o lovers of b'tid and strile, are not your foul tastes satuyet?. What moro will you ask? What IlidcS could we give? Our national glory ski honor have departed, our prido is crushei'Vnd we stand as disgraceful monuments ol he past, fall on ' us, ye rocks I bido ue everlasting hills I mother allow us up, that distant heboid our shame. Kcho nf hSunder, (hat the sound ay not reach the ears of urdown, ye immeasuruiile iinoke of our destruction may not rise to thirjioatrils of an angry Ood. Powerless and bleeaW we lie; bat Death has has not set his seal pon ns yet, and "'while l,et ns not seek park of vitality, but expiring name. knee, teach them pe u and love. Neighbors, cultivate peace amoiiikonrselves. Ministers, to whom the sacred tlst of saving souls is committed, bear befii you the symbol of peace, and teach the Inrth of it to your peo ple, Statesmen, pnJnota single law for your land that doe lnot sav0r of it that breathes it not in cv, Word. Soldiers, yc veterans, scarred amlVounded in a hundred bailies, with what eh lience shall I entreat yon? Flow shall 1 obiln an audience with you, that I may comtnaii, entreat or nersua'ie ou to sheathe the duggd and grasp the hands of your acknowledged Vies. Alas! you are drunk with the blood olyour brothers, nnd my entreaties fall on 4ill, unwilling ears. Oh, laurel-crowned Cbieftin ! tho olive wreath would hotter grace your biw, thnn tho blood stained garland that enircles it. Tear it from you, and gird on thelrmor ol the Lord Arm yourself with tho sliuld at Faith, the helmet of salvatiun, and ike brenst-plate of righteousness. Let vonrCtnmander in-Chief be the Lord, and bear be n-o you the banner of the cross. Contend aganst Satan and his host, and (iod will give youtho victory. Above the din of buttle,,herc sounds tho wail of the widow and tho o phan. "liache.l Humming far her children, and mill not be tomfirrted, oeconse they are not." It is said that when peace was proclaimed in liostoti, at the close of th ((evolutionary war, every tongue throughout he city shouted "peace I peace I from the sutesmsn to the little ragged urchin in the trets, and lisping bnte on us isomers see. it lieirjoy was so great, what must ours be whei the heaven born words burst upon our enrt that hava si long been deafened with the, clashing of armor and sounding of the war trumpet ? U answer, the bills and the vallers will cutiti tho sound as the last vibration ties from tie lips of men, and echo tho glial tidings (if jieace. The brooks and rivulets that go daic- ing on their way, will murmur fpeace nbd good-will to men." Tho waving fnSds of gr Jin will nod their salutations one toaintlimr, (Wj sofiiy whisper 'peacewhile all nkture fdl join to swell the happy chorus as it rolls f(,ru pole to pole, and the trembling earth tbmiiaa been drunk with the blood of her Inunlered sons, will groan in sweet relief at thilpropeot of 'peace.' " y .; Warriors and statesmen, let me be, cf y'lh, for the sake of woman's tears, hnriiaijy and justice, national honor, your individual pride, a nation's prayers, and for the ak 1 jile Piiinub ok Pkacb grant us our rigatsl opr nearts oearest wihii. i- . Henderson, Ky., October, 1863. An Ingenious Letter. Jlr. Kdwurd J, Wood makes plblio thriueh the Londou Notes und Queriei, (be following letter, which he feund among intis old family papers. 1: was addressed to thr utfor l.iston, aud is made up of the mimes of playsi which were popular in the last ceatmy ; ' . $, ' "Friend Liston, lietter than Krer. Yon are All in the Wrong to make yourself such lluaybody about acting; but Etery Man in his Humor I'll tell you what, he would if ho could be a Critic, a very Peeking Tom ; such things are the age. All's Weil that Ends Well. I scorn to play the Hyoerite, and w nh we were Next door Neighbors, then we cm Id have the School for Scandal,' Quarter of an Hour before Dinner, or Hull' an Hour afir Supper; talk of tin Ways and J! cans, the Whetl ot Fortune, the Follies of s Dav, Humors of an Election, aud make quite a ramiiy Party, be all in Good Humor, and .never hare the llliie Devils; but may yoa and your lady always prove the Constant Couple. Fray how it Miss in her Teens ? liy and by she will no sirging Heigbo for a Husband. I bone he will not prove a Deaf Lover, but may they possess Love lor Lore. You are a Married Man, and know how to Rule a Wife, and Mrs. L , I have no doubt, understands tne way to keep him ; may ano prove a trrftiiitmottier, ana be nappy in her Son-in-Law. Now, as to this letter, Whut d'ye ye call it 'I Relieve me, in this Romance of an Hour I do not. tociin Cross Purposes, but rather hope it will be the Agreeable sur prise, inu may wonder, lint tne autaur is a Child of Nature, whose whole life has been ft Chapter of Accidents and Much Ado about Nothing, who appears to keep up his vivacity Abroad and at Home, has Two Strtngs to his Pjow, aud is no Liar when he says ho is yoors truly." Augusts, 1.S52. KuudaySevenoaks, Kent. ' What the Rejoice Over. The abolitionists are rejoioing over their success in the recent elections. They rejoice that they nave obtained another leans ot ob lice, a prolongatina of public, plunder; tkey rejoice over a ruined country, a violated ton st'tutiong over the death of American liberty, the enslavement of the descendants pf the fathers of the Republic, over blood and car nage, destruction and death; over more taxa tion, more drafis, more ruin. Devils also rejoice over the alilictiona of mankind. Jlutmet County farmer. SfcfAn old bachelor of our acutiain'.ance says he doesn't wonder that married meu over thirty-live years of age are placed in the second-class conscripts under the new con scription law. They have suffered nough for (hair country. [...] Corday. [...] "WOMEN OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION." hsvoiAjtiox." m -r her condemnation, siie requstsd the .. - jr might ts called, whom during her . i, she remarked as studying her fea tares, ,ie sat to him on condition that he promised to send a copy of her portrait to her family. In about an hear and a half the executioner entered, with the scissors and red chemise. Charlotte could not repress a slight shudder, and said involuntarily: "What already?" She soon, however, became calm, and taking the scissors, cut a beautiful tress of blonde hair and presenting it to the artist, said : "Sir, I have this to offer yoa; keep it in memory of me." hlie arrived at the place of execntion, her face illuminated, almost transfigured, in tha light of tho setting m. It is said that, at first view of the knife, she turned slightly pale, but her ooloc came again, and she mounted the scaffold with a firm step. The young maiden modestly prevunted the execu tioner from uncovering her nock, and advanc ed of her own accord the preparations for death. At the moment the head was severed, a coarse carpenter seized it roughly, showing it to the pnpolacof and with brutal ferocity, struck the lovely face. A shudder of horror ran through the crowd, and it is stnted that the cheek of the fioor victim blushed at the insult. J he man was imprisoned. Ifte in trepidity of this charming girl gave lo death almost an attraction. More than one consid ered it a happiness to follow her into the great unknown, ' In the only portrait which remains oi Lbar !tc, r-i"t"d Z momenta before death, waa remarked the softness of the expression. The face is that of a young Normande, a madonna countenance, colored with the delicate tints of the apple-blossom. Sho appears much young er than her age (twenty-five.) In this tragic picture she appears inlinitely sensible, serious, reasonable, like her Norman country women. She is almost like a painted child, her lips seem to move; one fancies they utter the last words she; wrote to her tat her: "1'ardon me papa. the painter bas left to mankind despair, and eternal regret None can behold this jortrait without exclaiming : "Oh, why was 1 horn so late? how I should have loved her ?;; Her counsel, Chaveau Lagarde, says: "Her pictures may he depicted, her face reproduced, but art is powerless to paint the soul breath ing from her face." Iter replies might have scrveed as dialogues forCorrielle: f Who inspired yoa with so much hatred?" rl require none from olhers ; my own was lhCiet!t, . This act must have been suggested VVe execute badly that which wo conceive t ourselves." i "Whii did you hate in him ?" I "Mis crimes." "What mean yda ?" ' "The ravages of France." "What did yon hope for by killing him ?" "To bring back peace to my country." "Do you think you have killed all the Ma rats V r' Him dead, the others, perhaps, may frightened.'' .'Sinca when did you form the design ?" l"Since the arrest of the representative onr people. - Her accusation having been read, tho President asked if she would make reply: . "iMotbing except that 1 have succeeded. The scene of the murder is thus drawn : Marat was in a bath, covered with a soiled sheet, and writing on a board, his head, shoul ders and right arm being alone visible. The greasy hair bound in ft towel ; the yellow skin, the wiry arms, the wido mouth scarcely proclaimed the creature a man. Ho asked tho young girl the name of the deputies, refu gees at Caeu. She nnmed them. "Good," said he, "in eight days they shall suffer the guillotine." These words lent to Charlotte additional strength; she drew from her bosom toe knife, and plunged it up to the hilt in tho heart of Maraf- The perpendicular blow was too sure; a river" of blood flowed from the wound. 'Ah moil ma ciera ames,' were the words he could utter, when he expired. The Two Stantons. Therd is somo danger that -the two Stan- tons in whom the Republic rejoices will get much "mixed up" in the public mind as three Webnters. There are many English men of intelligence who will goto their graves in the belief that Daniel Webster, maddened by lua labors in composing his dictionary, murdered his bosom friend Parkman, and and whs executed for the crime. In like man ner E. M. Stanton will nn doubt be charged with damning his son's character lo cover his own coquetry with government bonds. This ought not to be. The difference is great be tween II. I). and E. M , though the latter almost and altogether each an one as the for mer, "saye those bonds." H. H or his son made free with tho people s bonds. E. bas made free with their libertiea. If these could be restored and made safe we may certain the people would find both H. B. and r.. M. in bonds all the days of their natnral lives. A'. 1'. World. Tn Tip of this Fashion. Ladies who sail upon the flood tide of fashion present striking contrast to those who do not Only a few of them as ret appear upon the prome nades. 1 lie peculartty is in drapery bowing mdistended by hoops, or rather worn over hoops so small as to be unperceptibla to eye. A lady in the fashion of November, 1VG3, would do to promenade the Uratohi, any noble dame of the same period. The skirts are as narrow as they can be worn, with a TL-iy drciuud trail Ibe fasbton cannot otherwise than distingue. Sewine girls never imitate or follow it This wilt be some consolation. The ladies this fall discard long plumes that graced their bonnets winter, They have all been transferred younc misses, in whose litt le jockey hats appear with very pretty elf nut The feathers fur ladies bonnets have all gone from Chest nut street to South street Philadelphia North American. : 4. WHOOPING-COUGH. Tha proofs nf cares nf the mult distressing cases wliniimne t:oui,ll. hv Dr. .Slriekluud a Ms fluous Couph balsaoi, spealc louder than words w nw lua,,. v, ,u ,i.uvi,i ww.w A grateful patient writes : "I aia happy bear my testimony to tha wonderful power, your Ualsa n 'n curinir my children ol tne dislressiu -means har i . gratifying 7 moved by i' 4old at K O., and I k tie. a C.Miah eflar ever other g i,ougn, alter every otner a load of suffering was J mis nouie Louiin naisaiu. r ourta street, iDOtnnati, 'rials fill rani, nar .gists, oucenbj par Plantation Bitters. a to B.T.-1830-X. Persona of sedentary hshita troubled with wakaesa, laaallude, palpitation of the beut, lack of appeUte, dleu-aea after eating, torpid liver, constipation, ft ., deaerva to anrTer If they will not try tne celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS Which r now reeommcinlix! by the highest medio) Aiithontiea, and warranted to produce nn tmrnedint beaptMal elftx. They are eieeaii.jly ftgreable, per fectly imre, mhI maattaiipcreeoeall other tonici wlier a healthy, geutla Htmuibiatii required. They purify, trenffiiiea and Inrigorate; They oreate a healthy appaUta; They are ao antidote to change ol water and diet; They overcome eflectaof dtenpatlon and late hours; Tbuy itrengthen tha eyRtem and nnren tha mind; They prevent mi nam at. c and intermittent fovera; They purify the breath and aridity or the tomach( They euro dynpepia and eonetipniion; i . They cure diarrhea, cholera and cholera morbun; They mire llrer complaint and nerrouR headaone; They make tha weak etmng, the languid brilliant, and are exhausted nature'! great restorer. They are composed of tha celebrated calinaya bark winter green, eafwafnui, roots and herb, all prenervtduiper lectly pure Bt. Croix rum. I have given the Plantation Bittern to hund reds of our disabled aoldiere with the mont aatouish- fngetfcut. ii. W. ANPR&WS, bupt. Soldiers' Home, Cincinnati.' m The PlnntAtion Hitters have cured me of liver ""rp'r.t ?f 1 nn nroiitr.ite. and had to abandon my busineRs. J II . B. Kl NOBLE Y, Cleveland, Ohio." I " I owe much to you, Tor I verily believe the Plantalion Bittfrs have anted my life Kev. W. H. WAGGONER, Madrid, V. T." o Thou witt send me two bottles more of thy Plantation Cittern. My wife has besn g eatly benelit tod by thoir un. Thy friend, AHA CUKKIN, Philadelphia, Pa." " 1 have biren a great nufferer from dyspepsia, and had to abandon prenehing. The Plantation Bitters hare cured me. , . Hot. J. W.CATHORN, Rochester, N.Y." " Send Uri twenty-four dosen more of your Plantation Bittern, the popularity of which are daily increasing with the guests of ourheoie. 8YKE9, CHADWIOK CO., Proprietors Willard's Hotel, Washington, D. C." Such are one in thouHanUsof certificates daily re ceived. They are immensely beneficial to weak per son and delicate females. lie cautiousof refilled bottlos. Bee our signature on a flue steel plate label. They are not sold by the gallon. They aro only ecld in our patent log cabin bottles, by reMpectablo druggists, grocers, hotels, sa toons, steamboats and country stores. P. II.MlAKR A CO., Roittdawflm 2rt9 Broadway, N. Y. Boots and Shoes. bo of all (iHOBdK UOOHWALT'M IMOT AM) SHOE STORE No.. 'US, Third St., KastorTown Clock, BIUN OK TUE "MTTLK BOY." DAYTON, OHIO. rpnS Public will please take notice that theSubHorihe X lias now on baud a large and complete stock ol HOOTS ANL) SHOES, fur the Vail and Winter wear of the vry beat qiwlitv, coiniiriaiujzall the kiuua that can possibly be required will be aold VERY LOW FOB CASH, Dnring the War. Krom Ions eipeneneeln the business, his work, fo style and durability, eaunot be surpassed, aud fo Cheapness he defies competition. - Ail atiiiuv ui puu kuu iiuw niwift 10 omisr. l-Ok(irfi HOOHWALT, People's 8hoe Store, No.aia, Third t., Dayton, O. au. Important to all Interested. J. F. LKTZ 4b HOOT. (Hiioeesaora to Lents A Wecket,) T I AVE lust received from the K nut em market, at LL cah piir(hase, a lareasnortmentor nriena, la- tiu-s, ooyit, ytiiiuiH, ininHr-M, hhii (Niiiaren s Bom, Phot and UAitttrs, or the 11 mt qusility tun! latest style, and at prices that defy mm petition. Also, a good as- sortuitmt of Hats and (Jap for men and huvs. All kindH of work made to order, of the best material and workmanship. A nt is warranted. KKKD. F WEUKKU forenikui, will surely please van if vou irive them a trial. Call and uxamineUieir stock before pambairingeLse- aul 104 Main, between Third aod Msrket. Restaurants, &c. be M. be a the or no will the last to they TJISTION SALOON. IleckelB Building. No t ssfefferaon t. J ' TWO NEW UILiMiRI) TABLES Or the beat make, now ready nir uae. WrNKS, MtiUORS, A lit!, I.AOKR BRER AND KATAHIiKS, AUUUailINU TO UllUKK. ALSO t KICELLKXT FRESH OYSTERS. GiiMtomers are respectfully invited. iivm . KB ED. LANOE. Cooper House Saloon. Mala atreet. opposite the tlarket llonse , J. V, NAUKHTII, Prop, rnuiB Suloon is tha finest in theeitr. Ovsters.ausil. 1 wild duck, venison, and all kinds of game aud ol 1' A.hli,ii..l,....nli muuim .i .ii i..-. I The bar i .upphed with thHnetand meat ehoice waya on hand to j Oyur. by thecan and hair can. a.irdra of most JOH9I OUNUIIlUIli AX01"'" reapeotfully inform hi. num.ron. frian.l i yv . m,r.,iuu,du,. re-1 Eating Saloon aud Uostauran ( wnrm,ri, owneU hy Mr. v. Knee, aoiiihoal onraar i aunt anu i.udiow, wnere n. wiiumi abi. at all uuiea hot- i ""iT1? ""'In th lsHhe "nark.M anord. oov CUtkhs ..rvad upia the tM uiauu.r, an oa isuri nvttvS, aulf Paper Hangings, &c. CiMAB0 MiHlirUTlEINU tOMl'AS), MANUrACTURIBS ANO DEALERS IN PAPER '.HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHADES, T, West rwrth street. ClHrlonatl.; UB stock of Paper Hangings, Curtain Papera, and Transparent Window tthades is the .artM Mt vr lered to western buyers. In our releil dfiiRrtment we have, in addition to our large stork of Plain aud Decorative Papers, ell the BEST NOVELTIES THAT THR Eastern or European Harked Afford. The anerlal attention or ramili Inl.Ttilino In arma ment their drawinir room, hniirtmra. lilmri. h.ii. and dinins; rooma ia ealled lo theae beautiful Goods, - BHVWIUIU.pnDBIi AH Kinds or Rtore, and other tha node to Order. CAMARGO MANUFACTURING COMPANY, - 57 w,"t 'onrth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. H. TT Baaas.UK. anIMIr Millinery. TO MILLINERS & MERCHANTS. DKVOV VO, 83 85 PIARL ST., waoLsatis Mllllnerx Goods Cloass ass Bhawls. ClCTTI. riti. 1S68. W sre now nrepared to offer lor vour Inapcetlna. a tare, and e .uant mtnit ai i..1... ....... , children'a atraw, lur, pluah and felt ' HATS AND BONNETS. RIBBOSS. FIOWERS, FKATHKRS. Laces,IIcad Dresses Beltings &c Including every description of MILLINERY ii n o ii a Our facilities lor manufseturln Cloaks,Sacques,Mantilas Ifrom all the new fabric, are snch thai we can supply them lower than you can get them elaewhtire. our stook or . FALL SHA.WLS ComprlaeaJI the noveltiea in bothfnreisnand domea. Olirhuverbelnw nonatanll.t, v.. v . .. ofler all Uooda in our line at lowest market prices lor "A call, before purchaalsg elsewhere, will result to your auvantAge." Heapeeoully, . . PEVOU 4 cn., Mand Sfi p.arl atreet, Cuicinnatl. Business Directory. OHIO STATE GAZEffEElT . AMD BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR 1863 AND 1S64. C0STA1N1M0 samea of hualneas mm Ihrouehmit the State ol Ohio, and eomplale ahippiOK direc- T "rJ ""i. cny ana tiiihi. in the Hint. f Ohio. Hllbsorlptlon price 13 60. Advertia.nienla taken at low ratra. Addr'sa llawea a Bedtlrlri, Indl auapolis, or 14. Mendiuhall, Cincinnati. oia Pensions. JDSTUt I, MoCAHTY, Attorney and Counselor nt Law AND SOLICITOR FOR OLAIMH, WASHINGTON CJTY, D. 0,, Will Rive prompt attention to applications for ARRKAK8 OP FAI, BulIKTIKS, PaCNHIOKS. And all other Claims before the executive Uepart mwnts and in the Court of OlsiniM. Kirs lo: Hons. H. M. Kic( M. H. Latharr; M. M. Wilkinson, United fafstes benatore; i. H Hlmk; K M HiantoD, Htretry ol War; Wi hum KelloKK. (w'hnyler Culm. P. b. Kuulie, Mviiibwtrs t CuUre; Colouul U. W. Kwing. of Inaiaoa. and others. The u Oder signed dewires to inrortn persons hsvinu demands SKSinst the Uovernment of the I mted Utatc that he is prepared to rrosecute their Hauns with promptness and ou reastjiiuble terms. II in pncm-l knowledge of all the deUils of the militsry str-ire if the United HtaWe, gives him ret frciliiien tor speedy adjuHtmeai and collection of every description of uuhtary claims. PKNSIOKH. All perrons who entered the military servlee after March 1. ltil, aod sre disabled by wounds or disetue areantitled to pf unions. Widows of soldiers who are kilted, or die befb e or after their d)Sdiwjt:e, from wounds received, cr din ease ouutract.d while in service, are entitled to peu siotis. If no widow, then the children. under sixteen years of aire, are entitled to pencion. It no widow nor children, then the mother.lf wholly or in psrt dependent on deceased lor ituport. If no mother, then the sifters or dernHsed, under sixtesn years of age. if wholly or lu pari dependeut on deceased for support. BOUNTIES. All enlisted men who norve two years are entitled to Bounty. All whn are discharged, l.y reason of wounds re ceived in battle, are entitled to Itouniy. bouoties and arreers of ;ydut detieasetl soldiers are wid as follows: tirt, to his widow, second, if no widow, to hisehildren. If he died unmarried; ftr-t, to father; second, if no father, to mother; third, if no Uther nor mot In r, then to hs brothers and sutlers. Arrears of pny K"es to llio hell. . Jl'hTL't I. Mti'AK l'Y. JOHN H.8TOPPKLMA. Be-q., Dayton, ModIkoiu ery county, Ohio, is my authorized atrociste. Appli cations prepared and lui warded by him, will meive prompt attention. luttf Hotels. of to UNITED STATESHOTEL BEACH STBEET, BOSTON. (Direollj opposite Ibe Bo. ton and Woroester Eailroad tupot.) TH E usiieraiexed, who haa been eonnerled wll h Ilia Am.rn au huiia., In Una oily, lor o.er nine .ar, haa loaded lliia wll-kauwn and popular Hot. l l,.r a b-rmol v.ara, aed .lr.le. hini-.W U hla Irirnila and tho pualu- to uh lua iitn.ot fHorti. to aiimale the rp ulaUon of Ilia I'NITKu bl ATIM UVITKL. aa a tii.l ulaa. house The pul.llo niaj rely iix,n timluiK, at tlua limiu.sll thf sppllauc.a aud touilorl. ot a lii.l ulaaa hot. I. Frioo, aa heratofore, Two Dollara pardaf. ' ociUoiu 'HANK at, PRATT.