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llllllllAlU) HltOTHKK. Empire llutlding, I' Main Street. DA1L.V KfltPItt!. Par week, (payable lo Oarrlara) tif oiall per anuani.laextva, .... ... 00 On copy per annum,.... ..........a aST'Fh Koill oircilllateSfree of pasta: In Mont. eo.uerv couuir . ."evinentiu edvauve la HImim.'M 'job nnTHsro ot Trr JoMWipttaii, ejaeute n steam Proses, IB h best etyi. and at roasunet'le prioee. Professional Cards. wiuMKTrTiTjTELviiXH, ATTORNH'Z-AT-LAW, ' nAT'l'ON.OHH. ' ' orrintt'-N. Wain street, arly opposite the Court Uonta, ever th Bry Hsads lre o( .lohn H. koseeerry. OUL.IN & CAHILL, Attorneys & Counselors at Law Uunnta'i nallilin, Third street, . IklOdawlf BAYTON, OHIO. Tu J.S Hami, ' " 1 K.P. flsrrv. ' IM1TM COPfV, tTTOIHETI'AT-LiW, ATTK, (HUB. ' OKgJ,qtt0l3' Building, Tkirdst. J',wf'" J AM KB 11. UAOQOTT, (Lu Pwhat cluds,) ATTORNEY-AT-LA-W, "."rici!! eeeond aiarjr Phillip" Building, corner V.I Keooud and Main etieote, ppaile Ue Franklin Houa, Oaylon, Ohio, (alitawlin " J Ante KHKNAN, Attorney and Counselor at Law KI-LKKONTAINK, OHIO, w lt.L attend prrpllyt alt business enlruated 10 nis car. ao.,nova. ,, i ' MOUK eV MeMAHUN, OFPiOaJ-NO. am, TH I tt IV BTKKlfiT, IMYTON, Room haretoior oocupied by J. A. McMahon, rlral atoor east of the M . K. Oliurahnaar Mainat. u I '.M I r 'l'HtAlA O. LOWS, ATTORNEY AT LAW , l)AYTON, OlltO, WILL giv prompt altenUo t all kuatueaa truttad to hia oar. Otlto in Oorman'a Uulldlng, Tklrd alieet, ly UK, Oil AUl.tC 8. II.HOKUKH, IJHUKSHOK of Auoianl and Modern Lauitagee Tla: Latin, Ureek, Krantk, Spamak, tferinau. aul Ru,rish, oonUnuos taiV'hiua ladies and RenthmiHU al .he residence ol' lua rnapentiv ecuolaia, ami at hia lB oBti'a, BQ"kal'e Haildine,, no. la. .. auiu mm A. O. BWI-lulVAN. PAPER HANGER ROOM IN POSTOFFTOK Btf.TjlINfl, NO. lf.,8K0- v?ti rijUOH. amwiiiiin Professional Cards. Hardware. JANItt BItACaOl.Ilvj, ttealel III t Coopers' 'Tools, Hardware, &c. No Sia Third street. ' ' ' a nia.ueal macaanlo. I knaw wkat kind al X) To tla ine'UAQn'a uta4t and aattMttad a alock tu auit thairwanta. ''all nu aaa ma. aam.iu H A li D VT A. R K . BEST QOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Tha nadaraignad ara ilail iwalflog RooUa pur. ottaaad at uta waul oaau rataa, riai Mechanic's Tools, Builder's Hardwaro, Cabinet Hardware, Farming Tools, TABLE AM) POCKET ClTLEltl, Mill & p Cut circular (tnwii, With all alliai Oao.Uin Ika Uardwara lm, wkloh wo ara praparod ta null aa law aa any hauaa Kant or Waal 01! aud akaiuiua our alauk bafora purokamnii Im- whara. awadawly ". ANIU8tlN DOHBINH. Co=partnership. OO-l'AKTNKUWIlir. rilrll uodaraiiiaad kara thla day formed ara-ptut-I narahlp midar ika naia and Arm ol BKKKSa! A Nl XOf, for tha pai poaaa of traimnothiK a WliolfMala aud Kauul tllollmiu. and Mohant 'railonug Humnava, at tha old aland at' W. ti. Uroana, ut Main a!ii.tap tuaita tlia t?aun HoiHM.wliera tllny would pluamid t aaa Ilia old friauda of th houai, aud aa many utw oaoa aa may fftfor thain with a r"ll. ' WILLIAM (1. HRKKNI, ' ' ' ANHRKW O. NIXON. Bayton, FahrnarT 1 . 1Kii4-M M:iawl Dissolution. . niSHOLUTlON. rpH t c Brtoorihlp hrtolhra iitin( Kiflllnf tk 1 Clm.i'U, in (tip Miri'hiuit lmtortu u.iiitSM, wu itso.vei by iuiiliil nuniriil nn the draft dy 1 Kb rurr, mativut. Trk foooke am in Oia hm,M of Hnury Millar, who will oootinufl ihe tu ittHaLiholUtotj HiMlun Builiiin((,oornerTtjirtl am. JolVrHOQ tlrH, Thaate wh hara cUnui aiiuiit thetirni will mitiit tUm for mvmmt, J thom who Mm indJtii wt ttrin are axpeoiwd lu rail and sbltla iUr aimounui wilhuat delay, as tha biutuaaa miitt UKNKV MliiI.U, f8.tw J M (IH 4 HCH Linimentum. WOBTHI Of the NINKTKHSIll I'EKTVKT. , PH. H. VOX WAV LUSriMElSTTUM Par tb Hpeedr and effectual oura of OR. K E XT M -A. X I S 24. M BraaUaj tha 'UimantumM U tke nuhlk a" oa at Ihe Mt aU must ouraUva maUKMiit! o ilk, ioaal with ta be uiblretod aa daiinitik- fonlVhe (Mwai af riertniog untHMrd of cures, bwi 1 mo awn wis. nr an i suri)HiN ui a r aiii LtNlMKMT, It haaoa atial. Taa "Lmtmeutum' lVvr been Known t Fall; In any aaa of Bhauiaabam. no matfcar f how loo; taadiug, wnara ia direoiiaoa war ctttronilly rollAw i, nor, indeed, (a taa oaea t any disaaua Tur wlitub ii im rMMUinuda4. ImMsaaof uuraila. nin nlaerk, and ohaat.urataM la lh loinarh, apraiuM. nmal irnla liouand wttknaaa, tthrentoearat, burn, tldn, Iro.t d faal a4tkada, ta4aMwn, beiiae, a mm Ikaauharta. TUe "Liiumeuiiira la th raabtt of in an v ytwre name van n experiment, and ooiiiImhc among iti rare aauallanmaa tbapaaiaounlfirluaB of AN EXTUAPHDINART PENETRATIVE POWKH,.., Which no ether Tiiniruftitt nonaeasan, and whkh i Hi aoret ol tha Hiiparaltelad uituHt whioh in eta iha "latniinauUin" wherevantlM uned. TKV IT UMCKt AND YOU WILL JiaiVMB HU WITUOUT IT. It it nut up in tsuanl, W cent, and It btilns, with lull dtrauhuusfbr ue, aud uikvuithifiurd ouly by Ur. R. HN WAY, rn.,rlii.i, , , N. Sat! Third it , layh. Ofto Par sal by marvhanta had dTUwttl nveiwhara auWdawly , VOL. 1. DAYTON, OHIO: THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1 8G4. NO. 199 Medical. ' DR. ROBACK'S STOMACn BITTBRS ABB MOT TO BE EXCELLED AAA HTOMAOUIO am Jlegulator DIGESTIVE ORGANS. 'vW evvt, o. e. u WV W a a venvc'vo. arwv k re,tt ttfvotov oj Vvmc, wvxv o.yvc. S,omtc , Ti'v.e-x, Cvev, .as. VMk.vot(iif vvw'vv.,o.v ; Bilioua Fever, Fever and ftgxie, ! Liver Complaint, (Dyspepsia, ' Indigestion, ', , '. ' Jaundice, ' Kidney Complaints, are. cowv.o.eA vave "Ot. "RoVaaV 1 1 ? , ate eocva Covo. , TL. "BaoWtV 77mm Bitter art put up in flu bettltt, of whiah th abov U ao ttmil: Tht ftnl3l - gravd, ami i providmi with a o.Afuard from aounttrftiUra. Q'rio $1 pr battl; or ti for $6. O. W. iiolcwk, Vroprittor, Jfo. 6 Soat Fourth Btritt, Cincinnati, to tuhom alt ordtrt should b aS drtastd. ' FOR SALE BY Wta WanMhett nod W W Stewart, rAytan; Ceore oeyar, m lauustiurj,; jbiou iR(tr. i uion; Atair Min, Ottiitvrville; E Mii,Ni lliumtui II J a kon, hMinluariiUiirkr- T- : HiAiitar. Hurrikiliiiiir: II B Ulwiniv Juhuevillti Aru) ' ail l.i. (jilt rt.houlh Arlingtou; Jaaub 8iiivtr, V1 Hsll.niuru; J KonUl l'o,iit rm.utiiu J W Mnrptv, Vsudahai H Nn-kida, i.iUnlv; I ), KarmnrMtinAiHfveiliiiir k tUrr.Hl.t,.i,J W Pvrmuuti WliliniiiM Hwauer. Wl HhIiihi. r: Paik'ir. IHo. t!o parktirehurx; and by Lm'uijiwU aul Uitrt'baut4 Kenatatiy laroitinauiii ma naurj tuiMnuni, I i au'jiu Skirts. LOOK OUT FOR THE GIANT SKELETON. HOOP SKIRT FACTORY AT SiT, 8KRON1) ST., BBT. MAIH AND I.UIU.OW. W pay partli-mar ailanllon ta tha .,tanllty or oai inaUiriat and nanonlv taa !! HiikIinH Hlad. Wo r.'ioir all flia aklrla wkk k ao Lwilliaatailra liaryr.. a.tar lialall daparttnanl ta la iliari(o of fnmpun( la.ltnv,. Oor.fta aud Upiral kdatlpa non.tmttlf on hand. A WAI.HMAK. Hold wuolaaal and raiall al No. nil aWoud mi.it, Iiayton. , . inl.lly l- s'tft ao..',a - Medical. r. aTUIOICUND'H , MELL1FL101S (01 (ill 15 VI,SM (UKH.S OciiRhf, Ortld", Hnra Throat, Aithnift nad J iinuiMit'rtn It is on if ti.t'ner far any onr truablud with theatt uumalniuui ta try ouabattla i4 Htrtcklaiid'i JUelllOueus loouh Bit.Hum Tq coiiTln.'e thain that It i the prtprnMnr, tvr ii)hii. i. not on, y inirae iitn aitur' Hiin'iiunn ui uir Thront and liiuiu. bat it-eurHtj Niuht Hwmta and rt pitting oT Hlnod, aud ik nn axcrlit'iit grf(l lur uy kind oi rtora Ttvrost. It in piottrmnt to taki. and a rlfl modttMmt fur inlania. !'nm tlnveutt por Utila. r N ila by 11. I. Usriioll, 3Jt, Third etritl, Abis Kellwf, Tit Main sirtiot, and driitfuiNti Afoiioriilly . fuS mmsmmm KtaanaaVata! 'UO.it. ..itSft-.j.Wr'- smifl Insurance. The Best is the Cheapest. , . INHUKK WITH TIIK . JETU 1X8CUAKCE COMPANY, HAHTl"H)ltI., CONN. 1. KIUR AND INLAND NAVII1ATIOW niSKS iu. cpid, now aa horelofora, at lair riitaaaud lihoral ronditioiiH. 2. HllrllNKHM CONDUCTED wilh ranatimt UiapaUh anil aivurany. a. I.urtHKS ALWAYS MKT wilk proinplnoaa and camplMta juNlica. . . . . . , NKT AHHkTtl JANIIAKT , 1HM, 1 1 oo. J 00,008,000 4, Til It PLAN AND llltdANIKATION of tha .Kin a, allur foily-liva ynnri aovaru trial, hna riuiliand tha Kroataxt putilic ndTanlaa and ati'V of Ilia v riuua aynlHina of Klre luiiurani'a in tha country. H in now hetttir than avar prvparud for duty. 6. HIXTKKS TllotlNAN D LliHrt rl.AIMrt hnrouaoli nalllad nnd pnid. UIXTKKN MILLIONS OK liliLLAHdl t. TUB CONSUMPTION OK I'KOl'KRTT BY KII1K, , in I ha United Htatoi, avranr'a over tllHI.iHIil daily. I. your pronartyaxpoHiHland uniirolwlailT 7, AHI5 YOU INSIIIiKUr II not, why not) Thanoat In Ii-IHiuk; tlia duly it uianllt.!; tliHrealllt limy Ik youraarapa from ruin whllo dalny ami nejtloH may liirolva you tu banUrtlpu'y, poy rly or criiol dixi.i'Uoint tan nt. 1. I'AltTllUU.AK ATI'RNTIDN and ri'ijiird la Bian to amall riaka aa wll a lartio onaa. Alila aMfiiri , ly and aiiponor roniiiiaruial luivantaita atloi'did. rollt'ie InniioiI wltbout llay. , foWdly JOHN H. HTOPI'KLMAN.'Aian'. Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. ITITILL nt reRiilarly (ifcwraW ' durma: tho aeaaon wf7u1r, of uanxaUnu tMilwaan MdiSiaanaftnaalBltha above named porta thelollowing liratilaaa urw ataamara: OWKOO Captain H. Brvawt, POKTHMOUTU. - Oanlaiu J.WTravera, OIIHHMAN Captain i. M. Lawla. (lonnei-tinij wilk th Bn Ktulwajr al Hullklo for all poiliia in ma t.a,. 'Ilia attention ol ahinuar ta lnvile.1 tn th lluartor faoihtiea ottered hvthialiua. Kor frautht or paaaaifa apply to Hivrii ;al,iiw km,, Aiteui at muiaio. . U, W.OHBOatN.AitoulalHauduaky. J. M. OlinoitN, a (lan't rreiuht Al'l. R. 1). A 0. K H llavtoa Shirts. DEMOCKATIO SHIRT MANUFACTORY HAI.im O. McOHAOKKN, DKAKEK tn tine Linens, noth Irixh and Qeitaun, and K"t'',o,s iriirui-biaii Uetntki. Hosiery ot all kinds. Kiue l.inen made te order, hy measureiat t, and a DAHt hi . turaui'nad. fapfrr Pt4rii eui. H0. rfKHT INURTH BTRRKT, OPPOHITK TH I bTKiCPLa. WITH .UMi HAN IK al&im Lost. f 0'A All Mrsona ate Warvby edition! sainst J.J ueoiiatiU( for a note drawu i.y tn, dwtd hVbrnary 4, l-liii, for lour liundrfd and iwruly two dollar nd U'U okuU (H'it 10), thirty daya, and puyahle st riiPtl NHtiunat lUokls iwiuimU, t the oritur nr I). W Howlau-J. Hwd uulttliMS iMn tout, and till pfi(oii are eauUoupd not lo iinrcbMse or ri'nivaii.- sn.i. J OH 11 A. MINKK. MrJOMlf K) M1MCK-The note alluded to Mlvf never rem-hi-d me by mud er othorum,, and is uo loaitttr iwdidas kiMHiusi yon on my a-M,um. (i. W. KOWLlNtV. Cuioiiinati, Ktbniarv 10. 181-4 f.-ll.nf Upholstery. I A DHAKLKB HAHtlllKM, GENERAL l'I'.I0LSTE3tER, OHIO BUH'K.THIKD PTUKKT (MR. HITTBI.L'I OLD HTANi) I'oN, OHIO. , i L( kindi of llphoUtumm, snoh as Hoftm.Chnlrs, V Htools, MstrNaM.Ao.,diiartMk'nt-r. OsrpM.i'iit and fliid, window tiurteius btM aud ait ttuuia id re- tunuft done at Ihe Umi test uuuoeaud uiuet reeewue 1 terois. tmAMuMavuv (Mies pi a and Barner, Pnrttar UO. BUI' Groceries, &c. K.n naira M. K'llaiaa. KIIWAKU O'HItlJilN DKOTIIKIl, WHOLESALE GROCERS AUB IMPOBTKBS W . ., U fHmtli Wttitta titiis. ClKraa and Irish antl Ht oluli Whraky, ' AN UtAI.RHl IH Ho"' itlr ritiB Una Mquori. AtfP'.ts rorSulc of Pure Bourbon UhUliy, Ma M Hecaud trnet, t tan, Ohio, BTCiJ Innva mo'! rnsitAilly to acquaint their u t4intr' ntid th- I'omnntnity ncnwrHlly, (hat they Imve fiitartt lni pnrtutTnliip, muter tlis naina and itvloot U. U Hlitl-.N A 11 KurHKU, for tha purposf oi'o'irriinu: on tho wlioltmaift Hroowrv. lupior, t'ji and inliA-ca biMlniHM !n lAVtnn, Ohio, i tha Utn Minnd of K.O'Hrirn, Nu. 3l Mtund tttroct. UntniKumpItt iiiawiH tonnfibla nn: pumhaaa sied IViini tli Hit honni'K in Nfw Yerlt, HalliiHorH itud I'liiln-ti'lpliiti, and linrfnu; tt.ld fifteen vran' cxpfriiMH'c in llio Inidf, wo hitld out the IwnI induffinontN In nr nldtMiMt nnipi'hiuid ll utuaia whuipa; be kind anutifili to (nri'vi-iA fnun II', M .rHHIKN.tila nt tha trm mt O'HrUa tt Top, To'.fdo.t Mho, will dcvoi ai tuna and attnntmn to pliKni'Hil ihoHP nhmiuftf romn t I ny al tlim woll ktiown Ht'iiHf, nn.l K.U'HKIKN.wtl) Wrnt (Im oii- inmiity b itr, H poitblT, th n rrvr brara. HiMh o( tin fo n r? Hint .trill for pwl favure, aud rarnn-lly Ih'iiH Ktiio of your future patrnnttuttt. huIMhw rn j n. UILBKUV CO.. VPhafpnale dnalrn in FOUNIONANI) DOMKSTIO GROCERIES & LIQUORS K(S. 7S ANI7i HK1TKRHON MTRKKT, OPP' HITK MAItKKT Hi H'HK. nnllMly Grocery and Provision Stum ANTHONY WO II U , , , No. S M AUK K I" MTKthT, UAH anootl supply ef all Uinilxar thn btHt KhuiiIv urot-orn's. aid tnvtijons, nth as Hour; oai nm.il; iru iiitKl;diird fruiU; lumit; drifd ttpfi; lUh, lilntl)M K r I'litMiHt'-, Iteliand kfirian; (m; ntt.; xiKari nlnpi tolanoai snnll, Ac. AUo, iiM-annW'iif, yi'llokTwiir; willew baikiU, and, in tact, nverv tti n MHlmt by laimlh a. aiMti.Um n! i:vr a i i o c3 k i tr. ' ANR f . PROVISION STORE. NO. 17 F1KTH BTIIHKT, UIOKKt'S BLOCK. HTOOK N J'lW AND KKKH1 1. loll NTH V pradai'a taAtan la aaukanna lurtiranailoa VJ or i:aii. OH'Sdll!iaw(li!i ! 1 JOIIW BlRK HI., Asanl. Bv the Way, Have You Heard - . I . me jnewa i T. A. MINIOK. IIAi Alt farwltad hia naw Sprtim ma,, tf, wcll aa- Iwdud aud ol the lical quality. Mm. A.naltml and gntana dotlar'a worth of TWKI.VIC CRN I'HUUAU.AT MlltlCK'S. Tha Alnaat kind. J: v. M ra. II. Kot ana dalbtr"a worlk a( Uia nineai kind VOUU'IKKN CUNT KltblAK, AT MINKIK'r) 1 ' Mra. (). gat on dollar'! wort a af Ika ckamaal uliaL llyof , . 81XTKKM OKNT HIIKAR, AT MINIOK'. Mr. H. anya that ha Kt ika boat quality af Hi, -j K10 OOFKKK AT i. A. MlHIOK'tl, That ha rar drauk, d Mr. H. Ay all (tot Ik fln alof (JUKEN TIA AT J. A. kllNlOk'8. Whllaovary body oalla ireta aoma of that exoallent ' KXOKMIOK SYItUP, AT J. A, MJNUI4V ' . Mr. M. aava he puretiaaad alialf latrrol of WHITB VIHH AT J. A MIN10K I DMidadly the uaatheatartiaaat ; while IS anpplytM NO. I MAOKKRII.. AT J. A. MIMfOK'H, Both lor aiaa aud quality, oaoa la aiaaHaai in thla nr anv other markot. Hnin.itHaall lo call af ill aataMlahmenl andia na(,t hia atock of v CHOIOB IHtlKD FRUIT. UOFKKKU AND TKAR, allOAK OK ALL KINOH, And the larjreat antl lieat variety of Oroonria Ut ka aeen in tha oity. Hia larita eaulalahltieut la on Ik' t oru.t air Market and JtTra Rta. aulT Millinery. TO Mli.lilEHS & MERCIIAXTS. nicvotv , tOa, AS A S!i PICA K I, AT, WIISIKIAII r HllMery Uoode LOAtg, tine U BAWLS 1 ' , , '. .. , ..... -i i. J t I ' , - J : i (.iRCTiMHATt. Fall, Mi" WI are nowirpartd to erftr lfr your innp Ttion, a li.riii and rlHiaut nifii't nr Isdien, mntitM, and r-liildrt'u'asUaWi fur.pUihh d 111' ic r It TS AND BONNETS, . KIBB0N8, 1'lWKB!, KEATII EKH, . , Lm cs.llf ad Dresses Rrltlngs lc 1 Including every deartfftimi ef " " M I L t 1 Af G II V. U U () I) i, Our TactliUes tor mamitoctiinox Cloaks, Sacques.Mantilas Ktrom all (he new (Vbru's, are mrh (hat we can nop ply tliatn lowur ttiau you cau get them elsewhere. Our nock of . . F A. Xj Xj SHAWLS Comprise al ttie neynltiea in both foreign and dontea iti, Our Imver hem twinetauitly li Hew Tertr, we will otlr all Uoods iu em Uum at lowet piarket prun lor tja.h. . . . j i ) A call, before eurt!iMWing eUewhere, wsn reset t te you awvtttiff " t. IKVOB A ('., IT dnrnt HR FeH nl r". 'ih'iimlf. Trunks, &c. O. 11. LOWK, Avont. Ht. VTS TttlKl JvTUKKT, 1'AVToN. OHIO, ONK IMHiK WKHT tir l,Al'OW'H MAKHLB TAKU, WK vkUldmitr4ej-A.l1yintbrty. Che Htiwt.i ef Iavion kihI the putilio iu vntual hn hY opened n I rnnb mann'Kid'.fy, wtirre we will k-p "U bttnd all kuwts t Trunks, VaJiee.t.'srMtt and Ti-hiiK IUkk, all of whi-h we will sell at whale msIp nr rfiftil s .-liip at any hmiP iu lh ritv, I'ariirularatiAMKN'n aid lo repairing eld Trnntra. A Mhart of (a(iunspya Mtd.ctteo. - Vdll Leather Store. N wHL W A T H E R S T O RE. AO A at 'VV'ICIN0AHTair.H, ' ' ' u Third alit. !S,t KtKIH eonal.ntly . kand all knida ef Leather, ailiihaaaole; Ul'Per; kl,l'all'lhill,KUd tlior,aoi. Alu, harnoaa aud ktidlo la k.r, aho aklrlmxi ah.- fiudiUH-a, Ar. , . . ,. I n hiijlwait ptw it rak rauit fl.r Hl.Ua and Leather i the toitak. atilvdam Jiailji tL;mirc. John Morgan's Brother Gives an Account of his Treatment in the Ohio Penitentiary— Shocking and Disgraceful Barbarity to Prisoners of War. [From the Richmond Examiner, March 17.] 'A jUki.i, ok Hakiii Thk Kii'iRikNuia or A (,'ON'FKIIKIHTE l.)KIICKB AmONII THK CoM- vit:T-!)inrntit or T North Tho exnerien roa ol Ihii war Imve allindej nvir exkmplet o( Ynnkfre orulty wliitlt Iivb produced an nniireaainn more or less UmtinuL upon tha an liihtfitx'i nnrtionii of the world. Hut the siHlnnmnt which we procoed to (ir take pre- criiiMiopni nil intt una evnr jet been narra Wi of the nlrticilir-a of tlie enomy ; nnd it ii n ramnrkkhlp, both nn account nf iti mtttaf nnd the credit that uiuat tiBttirallr attach lo ila autbomhip, that we doubt wheiher tha io enlloil t ivilizrd world of lliia generation hita pioduci'd anjwliero any well authenticated toTjr of equul horror, , i 1'hu Ktittement we pirn tn our reader! ia that wh huve juat taken from the lipl nf Cap lain Calvin C, Moraa, a brother of tha fa in on a (Jeuciral Mornnu, who arrived in Rich mond lihdur tho recent Ark of truce, which covirad lb return of tarerul hundred of our prisoner. Captain Morgan wu emon thoae of his broilier'a expedilioti, who, in laat July, were itli'itrceriiled intho pmiiteiutry of Ohio,. i On entering did Irilamous abode, Oiiptnin Morgan and hi compuiiioua were air.pprd in a reception room and their naked hodiea. exftiiiineii there. They were again alripped ill the interior u the priaon, and wnslu'd in tuba by negro convictt ; their hnif rut i lnao to Ihe aculp, the bruliil Warden, who wit atandiug hy, exhorting the iietrro bnrbcr to "t ut ofl every d i lock of their rebel hnir " After llieae cerotuouie, ika oftioer wi'ni'locl.cil op in eelU, the dimenaion nf which were tbirly-eigbt Inches in width, ix and it hulf feet in lentli, and ahout tha aamo height. In llieae nnrrow abodua our brafe aoldiern were left to pine, branded aa felona, goaded by "convict driven," and in aulted by apnuchua which conalautly reiniud ed them ol the weak and cruet neglect of that Government on whoie behalf, after imperil ing their lives, they were now aulfering a fate wone Uian deitllt. lint even thate aufi'aringa were nothing to what wu reaerved for them in another iiivenuon of cruelty without a par allel, unleaa in the accreta ol' the infernal. . It nppeara thnl niter General Morgan'a en enpe aunpicion alighted on the Warden , a cer tain Cnplain Marion, who, it waa thought, wight have been corrupted. To alleviate the anapicion (for which there were really no grounds whatever,) the brute commenced a ytem of devilish persecution of the nnlortu nale Confederal prisoner who remained ia hia bands. One part of the system wu soli tary confinement in dungeona. These due geoaa wore close cells, a false door being drawn over the grating, an aa to exclude light and air. . The food allowed the occupant of these dark and noisome placaa . waa three ounoca of bread and a half pint of water per dny.j The four walla were bare of everything but a water-bucket for tiia necessities of uu lure, which was left for davs to poison tha air the prisoner breathed, lie waa denied a blanket; deprived of bia overcoat, if ha had one, aud leit "lauding or streusbed wilk foar dark, cold walla around him, with not room onuugh to walk in to keep up the circulation ol his blood stagnated wilh the cold, and the silent nnd antviterable horror of bia abode. Confinement iu thean dungeona waa the Warden a sentence lor tha most trivial oil'en sea. On one ooojiaion one nf oar prisoners waa thus immured because he refused to tell Murion which one of bia companions had whistled contrary to Ihe prison rules. Hut ihe moat terrible visitation of Ihia demon's tliapleiteura occurred not more than aix weens ago. ; Home knivea had heea discovered in the prironera' cells, and) Mariou aocueed the occu f aula of meditating their escape. Seven of Ihenj, all ollicera, and among them Captain Murgau, were taku to the weal end of the building and put in lbs dark cells there. They were not allowed a blanket or overcoat, and lite thermometer was below rero . There wu no room lo pace. l')ar.b prisoner had lo sirng gle lor life, its the cold benumbed him, by stamping his feet, beating Ihe walla, now catching a law minute oi horrible sleep on the cold floor, and then star Lug up lo coa linue, in the dark, hia wrutie lar life. "I had been auR'erlng from heart disease," say Cu plain Morgan.. . "It wu terribly eg gruvalad by the ooJd and horror of th duu genu in winch I was placed. I bad a wet tow el, on end of whioi I wreaaed lo my side; the oilier would freer.e and 1 had to put ila iroaen folda on my naked akin. 1 aloud this way all night, pressing the froten towel, to my side aud keeping uiy laet going up and down, 1 fell 1 Was eiruggllng for life.' CnpHtin Morgaa endured ibis confinement for eighteen hoar, Mud wu taken out barely alive. The oiher prisoners aadared it lor ' (ceil day and m'yhlt In this time they wre visiled at different nerioda by th physiclau of tli 1'enitHiiiiarv J)r. Lnvinewwho felt their milaea and examined their condition, lo as certain how long lite might hold out under the exacting torture. It wu awful, this ceremony of torture, this medical examination of the victims. The tramp ol the priaonara' feet, up and down, (there waa no room to walk,) u they thee worked for life, waa incessantly go ing on, This blat'k treadmill of I h dungeon eould ke heard ail through the cold aud dreary hours nt the higbL l'r. Loving, who wu euia para!) vela a human praon,lieaought Mar iou to releaaa Ihe unhappy men ; aaid lhy bad already been taxed to tb point of death. The 'wretch roplied, "they did not talk right yet." Ue waibtd Iheta to humble tboiiialv lo him If went into th ceil nf on ol them, Major Webber, to taunt him. "Sir," said th olkeiw, "1 defy you.. Yoa an kill me, hut you can add nothing to the stiff eringa you have already . inllitaied. lWeed to kill ma; it makes no lite alighteat dirTerereho.'' At lb expiration of ixteeu dayi the nieu' war released from th dungeon. Mariou AtiVaWtTilINU HATkl, iw nVii.T. ' ' (tea aqnjara-, (elfetv vrenlfl, solid) onetnaertuak,. t R,! One Nquaie, tinea daya, H h, 1 OO On aquara, ane weea,..MM,n...,MH..,H, . I Ot One aquar, one DionUl , I fin One anaara. three hiontha ...... T Ot On ia,ir, six months, ...,.M., . 10 u - IM vkk"LV. - On ar,tehty w..m. w weak, ...It la Frquara,aakweekl a4ltio,.M.t,..MMMMH, Si fer ajiiara, oe vear II uu awr-Teroie lyr Advertiaeniaata oenpjnag a areal- awine, or for a toneer parliad than aliove aueaieeil, ma I known at ihe ttountltia Keim. etarAH euvertteeinei I araoharaed at thaataiva ratea, uulaaa a writteuayrea uient ia made uraviotia t Inaartion . av-All oaalial ad .Verll.eniwila mtotl.r paid form advaeea. said "ha would tak theia out ibis lima alive, out the next time they offended they wnuld be taken out feet foremost " Their appearance waa frightful; they could no longer be recog nitad by their companions. With tkeir bodm swolleu and discolored, with their minds bor dering on childishness, -tottering, some of them talking foolishly,, these wretched men seemed to agree but in one tbiag-a ravenous desire for food. ' "I had known Captain Cole,," says 'Cap tain Morgan, "u well aa my brother. When he came out of hia dungeon, I awear to you I did not know him. , Ilia face had swoolen to two or three times its ordinary aite, and he tottered ao that I had to catch him from fall ing. Captain Barton waa in an awful state. Hie face waa swollen, and tb bleod was bursting from the skin. All of them bad to be watched, so as to check them in eating, as they had starved so long." Captain Morgan was so fori u Bala aa to ob liiin a tranafer to Johnson's Island, whence, atter navitig neeu cnrrina to t'oiui Lookout, be wu exchanged. Ue says that when "he got into Brest Butler's handa be felt as if he hud been Inuialated to Paradise" ahowlng what comparative ihinga misery and happiness ara in '.his world. Uut he left ia those black ' vaults of captivity he had been released from, sixty-five bravo man, who are wearing their1 Uvea away without even a email whisper of re lief from that Uovarnmeat for which they are martyrs. is mere any autnoriiy in Kichmond that will crook a thumb ro save these man, who ara ' .... il .... I, ... ...... tt ...l. i. .. . ,l. j.r i of those in this Capilol, who, not exactly die owing them, undertake the base and cowardly , preiauae of ignoring their fate. What ia the Confederate definition of "re- tnllnllf.n ?", Il.niai., Xi.mmr. .h. nn k; . r - - - r " ' - ? way dnwu the bay, to Portree Mouroe, lie niel Colonel Straight ; that this famous "bus- Inge was rat and rubicund; that be spoke freely of hia priaon experirur in Ulcbraond, ' I i.. :.. j . I- ,i. . i . , . . . .. mi vuiiipiniiieu uiny tnas a nau to ai corw breaj, Tina appeared to he the xlut el hie aiillerings, and the Confederate limit of retal iation. Is it necesaary to preaent the contrast further than we have already done, by a rela tion of facts at once more truthful and more terribla than any argument or declamation oould poasibly be 7 , ... i Brutal Murder. [From the Madison (Ind.) Courier.] Thomas Morgan and two of hisbroihera, all three membera ol Captain Ueorge Mitchull'a cavalry company, were at Mudlicb, in thia county, recently, oa a spree. While aplurg- nig nuuu, v unij(( m ijui.Tb ui.uurnuing tter maii, named William ti rockier, came along the road with his team. Tha Morgana halted kin, .nd hi (fl..l. .1- . v .1... they were nnder orders to impress all horse for government service. He remonstrated, but they refused to listen. One of them pro needed to unhitch the animals from the vehi cle, but (irochier picked up a club and drove him off. Another then tried il, and wu sim ilarly prevented, the third Thomas tktn ' undertook it, at the same lima drawing hia re volver and threatening if Orocliiar restated lo kill him. (.recbier made at him wilh the club, and aure enough tha villain fired. The shot failing to strike hia victim, Morgan firedaaeo ond, which penetrta th bowels of the un fortunate man near the uaval. Mr. Urochiar was not dead late Sunday af ternoon, but our informant slates that no hofiea ran be had of bis recovery, and indeed the probability i that he is dead by this lime. A Hard Hit. Major "Parley" (Poore), the Washington , correenondeut of the lloaton Journal, aa. in a recent tetter: ". j , ' . . ... , ,,(.; "John Bull ia very fund of lecturing Brother . Jonathan on th msnusr that reholliou citir.eua are sometime treated, forgetting tiin bombl atrooitiea which have ao ollen been committed by iiriiiah toldiera and ' sailor when in an enemy's counlry. A few eveu luga si ma Lord Lyons, th Uritiah Minister here, wa indulging, at a dinuar partyi in aonie commaut on the conduct of Oeneraj Wild'a negro brigade, during their expedition into Virgiuia, and hia Lordahip concluded by remarking that "General Wild must be a hard bld man." "Ves, my Lord," rep'led a genlleruan aitling oppooite, "a true soldier Is always hard-hearted. 1 remember while in Keg land, some ton years ego, to have road in th paper that whan 8ir Kdmond Lyons, your Lordship's father, went with bia squad ron to bombard Taganrog, in the 8ea of Axoff,' a delegation of lb citizen waited upon him,' begging him lo apar the place, , which haul for years supplied a great portion of tor land with breadatuffs, and they added tnoat of the whom. ..wnw.a weiw aua.r.ai.1 BMIiieCt. tU lb Admiral only replied i "8a anach lh wane tor von," and in two hours the whole . town was tu flames, reducing many wealthy foreigners u well as natives to beggary. His Lordship passed the wine and changed the subject of conversation, "" D9"Tb late maaeaora of nagro aoMiar near Vicksborg ia now said not lo bava keen a rebel outrage, but quit otherwuv. The r.e groea wt to a hotel where there wera only ' - ineir aarrTaut committed th grnarest pouibl ouUagra oo the wiriuen, ana thee burnt tk koaaav Aa In dian regiment heard of th affair attd at tacked and killed th negro . No rebele were concerned iu th ahotikiiig aflair. Aduir ral Porter aaid in a let report ; "Tha negro) troop near Virksburf have been coaumiliiitf asany outrages " a. I. aijnu n,i .tikir.a n.. . . .w... - - - Horrible Death. A young man named Hope, a pbnAograph ist, on the 19ib of March (all from lb bigh t rock of Ixxikmit Mountain, near Chalia nenea, and was instantly killed. He bad be m engaged there wa time taking plcturts, auo, in aujusting nia spparatna, iiiaavertetitly atepped Umi near the edge and went over. - -av - - a- -, 4tr"Wht plan," aaid Meeator to annlh er," shall 1 adopt to fill the h.is at my bane bt T" K"l invite your arcditoie," wa tb tarly reply.