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lit) MHAlll "lUH'IIHR, l-.u,ili llulldiiig. 1IO illu SWtet. liall.Y KliriHIi. s.r week-, fnavabie to Uernera)..... 15 By mail ii wuyiW avi 'a"' ,.....e. W WttKLt UMPIRE:. On.nopy t.renourn,.,... 0 erfheKFi.om'ulateefreeof peata. in Monl (Oinory count?. Pay merit in advene. In iIIium.KI . JOB PHINTING of .v.ry deeoription, eiwiiiied n st.aru Pr..te.,ls hit beat elyle. and At rcrwveM. pripea. Professional Cards. . .WILMEB H. BKLVILLE. ATTOPNEY-AT-LAW, AYTON,OBI. OFT ICR H.. Main .treat, nearly nppoaite the Ouurt Hmiae, v.r tke Pry Wode Mtoro of .lohn 8. Hje.eorry. telTdawam " ' OI)LINOAHILL, r Attorneys & Counselors at Law - . IMrai'l Building, Third Birr it, fellldawtf BAYTOrl, OHIO. ToliS J.g.fluira; " ' 1 ' V. P. OnrHf. ' iniTH OIPPV, ' " ' "... .TTH,.HI.' aUKIUR-leiOT'e Baildioa;, Tkirdet. .iaedawGra f" J AM KsTl irBAOaOTT (I,al Prahate Judge,) ATTOHNBY-AT-LAW, FITIOR--itwon(l .tory Phillip' Bunding, corner I He,aon anil Main alreela, .p.eite we FraiiKliti Houae, Dayton, Onia. jaldawltn , J AMKS KKllNAN, Attorney and Counselor at Law , .. I BEIXKP0NTA.NKOHU., W II-1 AttftaJ promptly ta all huiaon aofrnlod 10 nis cara. uaitkiiy OM'.W.aOVSt tf OHM 4. ' aVUOM HOTTK McMAHOt, 4TTOIUETS-AT - I. A W . OKiOK-NO.tM, THIRD tiTKKET, OAYTON. Hoon. hnrntoiora orvupiad by J. A. MeMahon, rai door east of tha M. R.Ohjtreh naar MaioU. an ItMl Li. THDMAI O. tOWB, Attorney , at law )...,,! .DAYTON, OHIO,, tTTIT.tl Hire prompt attcntjon ta all bunioaat an- T 1 iriwau to ui rare. office iu Gormtu's niiildii., Third street. a19y UK. CUAHLUa M Ut KOKUKHi PROFE440lft f Au.;int and Undaru Lau it: liRUa, Urk, KrsnrU, Spaaiah, tiarnian, and Kn?liv,h,cnUuiini latv'tiinir Indian uid KratlrmD Al h reAw of hit rAifiaciiva aihoJar, and at km awu oiri '.a, agonal waiiiimK. hq. l. aulWilom . A.O. S1ILUVAN, PAP E R HANGER ROOM IN POSTOFglflH MTIL1IINQ, NO. IS.HKO- ONl KI.UOH. aulu.lem Hardware. J API KM URAOKLIS, Dealer In Coopers Tools, Hardware; &c. Ho 311 Third .treat. . fiRING a practical marhanio, I .mw what kind ol O Toitla tiip-hauiPi naad.and altad a atm-k to iuit thtr want. Han wad aea ma. auiudtr II A. RDWA'RE. BEST OOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Tha nodraitMl are daily repairing gooda pur ohaaad at tha loweat raah ratal, via: Mechanic's Tools ' Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Hardware, Farming Tools. TABLE AM) POIKET CITLERY, Mill . V Cut Circular Saws, With all othfti Uaoila ia tta Hard war hna, which wa ara prep-trad ta rtl a law as any bauaa Kaat or Wat -iiaii aua aaamiaa our imwk Datoca purcaaMDg ama waara. rf.vi.wly AN OKU AON DOBHINH. Co=partnership. CO AHTNKltSHU rniic uDaai I flnratkia i NIXON, lor rtiiirtidtil h&v Hum d.v formm! on.narL' unattr na anmn anu nmoi hkk i r tha uuraoeot trail Mautinu a Wlioiiialt ami ttUiil Clolhini aud Merchant Tailuntig HiintiHkH, at Hie old stand af W. U. ttroooa. M Mfctii atrt, op pufiiia tttaOourt Uoumu, wliur tiey wauld b plaaiMHl tu aaa tha oul frmnda ot th hotiH, and an iiiaiij naw oaa aa nay aror ttiatn with a oaM. , ,. , WJL1.IAH (i BUKKNI, ANDREW O. MXUW. PdTton, Ffthntarvl. lHtHfrl idiiawl Dissolution. DISSOLUTION.; x fpHR prlnerhip hnratorora xi-hnj? Millar A I OhBii'li, iu llif Mer-'haitt Tadorinif Buiuea, wu cluaoivad hy iiiuiul (!oiiiU ou tha rtrm uy t Kwh rutrv, iDfitant. Tha hookii ara iu tha hand of Henry Millar, who will ooatiiliia iIm huM'iieiiM al ihaold a land liiiaton Kuildiajf.coraur Third aiiu JttftrtHm ttfU. i'bia wha ha? ulaiina airiuaat tb Hnn will prwaeat (twin (r payment, aud Uioaa wiio ara indtWd u lit- inn ara atpMtUwi (a all aad Mttla thty avaouuu withoutdalay, aa tha bUMiuein iniwt b (Utl, 1IKNKV MHJiIB. ' ft-MSw J H i;hm'h. Linimentum. WOUTHT af the KIN Kilt KJilll CKKTUItX. I UH. M. OONWAT'I LfN I M E N T UM Vor Ika apeady and attaetual cura of li H'B TJ M T X H 3)A IH praaantmc tha "l.iQimaoUini" to tha ublio a onaal'tha Mat and mU cumttva ietliflinaa tna iJy, tauuat wmnta be uDierntaud a iMtwirtin for ittha pawaraf perfaruiing unhard of euro, bwt i o cimm inav i-r an iaa puiMi)4)a i a FAHllt WN1MKNT, it haana auual. Tha tmiinauiuui' Hover . bn Unown tm Fall; Io any cava af 1taAnmataim, bo mat tar af how loo aJ, Dor, lodvd, ia tha oaaa af any daaa for wluu)i it la ranooiineuded. Inoaveaof ourHlla, palm to tha hark, lda, and nnaatfurantpi in iaa moiuaun. apraiua, apiuu irnra t'Oa and waHknant, I'krtini'' iiaraa. hurua, avalda. Iro l- ad at aad tiaada, tooihacaa, haadacha. it a a tka atihurui. Tha "Lioimantati ' t tha raaull af many yaara pantavarmri axpariiaaat, aud ootabiuai amuugita nura aauauuiaa ia pa.aiiiuuut virwaa or AN.EXTRAQBJilNARY PENETRATIVE POWER, Whiob bo nthor Uoim.nl poaMnn, .ml whii'li I. tti. .4m4 ml tn. uintlli4 mioflMii wntrli nivou Ui. 'Liiuu.niuui" wUmiwyutU I. umti, TKIU1X UUUK, AMU VUU WILU MHKM BK WITMUIIT IT. It l. put up in 96n.al, .d(, ami VI botll., with iuii iiumi-uuuh lor u. iuii niHuiiiit'-utroa ouly Ly .. , , . lt. .CuNIVAV, fnwuMj . . No. SuDTuirJ St., uliio ,' For Ml. by m.ro.uti nud UruMrfiu .wry. b.rt. ,1.; 1 .T 1 )f 'lyiiifiiii VOL. I. DAT TON, OHIO : Fill OAY, APRILS, 1 86L NO. 200 Medical. DR. ROS&CK'S , STOMACH SITTERS iS8$tm TO BE EXCELLED ul fcVV BTUNACUIO . tm , DIGESTIVE ORGMS. ws-'vVV, cut oXV Vve W.V 01 vak.xot wet Vwv, , o' a oxva V'uwe, Vtexv vcvucXv we.efca avw aWvcXft o 8,owvacv "SivWev, xc., J Bilious Fever, , iPever and fcgue, ; Liver Complaint, (Ryepepsia, Indzgeation,, , , . 4 , t f Jouridioe, " Kidney Complaints, vxy YioXure. ate. cowv.k.oedk vavtv . VvtVNs, xmVJv&Vv vev "By. "RoWcV aYftVv.ooY vcvaa Yvedi. a,.WBOY vaM moiwvi "Bocoy, vW. , . i. ' "Dy. "RdSsacV ' . ate, oitvii CovftlJoA. ' ; "Oy. "BLoWc-V VA. . .Hl ., , i "Dy. "RoWcV J aYft W SoVv,y, ?vtv, VXwY4-v0tvwi "OvaYYVvwx,' Nm, e. - -j Thm gitttrt art put up in quart lot time, of whiaK th abov im aao mimU: 27i lall . i Jintlf tn . . gravid, ami U .provided viitk a maf- guard from counterfeiter: (Prioe $1 per bottle, or eix for $S. O.W. Robaok, Proprietor, Jfo. 6 Eaet Fourth Street, Cincinnati, to . whom all orderi ehoul i be ad- , dressed. FOR SALE BY ; ; ' - ( . : .,i - :i ;ui I Wn WaaithaR and W W fitawart, Bavtao; Maorfia I bVver. MiMinixbura: J 8too kltuiur. t'uiua; J C Audaf- Noa,Oviiiurvillai K Myara, New LthuuUt H Jauicnoo. Cttaintiarvbura': I) E ttur, UurrialMirx; D B Ulwiua, JohuKT.II; Arnold l,iutU)n.Hoth ArliDffton; iaoob Hinwr, Wi Haliiinora; J KottklaA (Ja,Urutaiitowu, J W Murplv, Vauaalia; B Nt. koU, LiUrtr; I Kaaa, ramie final uavai iiur a nuri.uwni' w ryrinunh, Williania Hwftuar. at Halliiuora. Parkar. Pro. A Co; fiti krUitKi avd hy Jfti((MJuU aud Marchanta gauarauy turooUMUt taa uaiiaa 0ataa aoiu ujm. 1 t ' ,i i . . ! t . AUildlJ taw Medical. Skirts. LOOK OUT FOR THE OIANT SKELETON. HOOP SKIRT FACTORY AT tT, SKOONP BT BUT. MAIN AND lUI'LOW. W. pjr partiruUr nil.nllon I. th an.lilf of o.r Dlln.l .lid Da. only l. Iwat Kiifli.b etrrt. i w. rop.ur.ll th Airn w.ii'k l,willi..txtr. ."To'"'l d.prtnint i. iX'lj.rj.ofi'nmpMonl Itrun. Oort. ea4 ltpir.1 tip. cuii.imiIIt on ii.ml. a wii.iiui. Volilwk.lnal.u4 retail at N.. ser Hwoud utrnot. Dartou. laldiy p I f Si .- . Si 2- ' i t a Si ?r f -it -is Medical. 'DnaTRIOKLAND'S MELLIFUOIS COUGH BALSAM C1TTRK9 Ociiffhi, ColdR, Sora Throat, Asthma aad y t'oDiaiiiHaa It ti amy naoMsary far any on muuiu nun iBfiav uuiiipmiuui i iry uua oauiaot Strlcktand'i MeltlOnon Conch BaKara To eanfioca than that It ia tha bait praparaUnn arar uimn. imoa7 cureiint aiMra antwiioua 01 uia Throat aad honir. bat it num. Nmht ttweata and Hputing of Blooif, and ia an axceUent xKrftn for nJ mna mi nura i vroai. i ia piuaaani vo utc a. ana a kiafa mediuiue for iiilania. Trice ttriycaiita per bolt la. for it Is hy H. I. Our net I, 32, Third atraot, Abia ZMrt7'i Main traat, and drutfHia nerally. fat Insurance. The Best is the Cheapest. INSURR WITH THB MTM mUBAUCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, OONN. FIRE AND INLAND NAVIOATION RIHKK nr. rapteij, now a. bortitofore, at lair rattM aiul literal conditions. 3. hUHINKSM CONDUCTED witk ronatant dmpalfb and aivuraf t. 3. LOH8K8 AI.WAT8 MET wilk promplOPM and NET ASMK I'D JANUARY, IsiM, $8,0011,008 an 4. THE PLAN AND ORGANISATION of Hie ,t:iu. artor forty-rlm year. H.v.r. trial, ha reaiiiLd IIim groatant pnnlio advantag and NiioceH. of th. va. . rlo.H ayMt.n. at Fire lamiraiw. la Dm ranntry. II in now ttttlr than over prepared for duty. I. 8IXTKKN TUUIWAND l.llHH OLA IMS haviiheon untied ami paid. KIXTKKN MILLIUNH OF dollars i a. THK OONSirMPTION OF PROPRRTY BtPIRR, in th. United riute., averaKei overSKNI.nRidaily. I, your iiroiHtnv.xpoeeii and unpruUMiUidT T. ARK VOtJ INSUHKUt If not, why notf Theeost I. trilliOK; thadtllyia naanlleMti liiareaultmny lie yonraeuape from ru4ii-whil dalny and nealeet may luvolre you in baukruotcy, poverty or eniel diKt'lointiitent, I. PARTICULAR ATTKNTION and regard I. Rim lo Hinnll nidtM well . Xere on... Able .eiuri ty and .unerior coinmeroi! ndvantaKe. .Horded. PollrlcH iNNuetl without nclay, feJCdly JOHN H. HTOPPELM ANAgen'. Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. LL ran regularly during lb. neaaou naviKatton IMtween ti.tat h. alMve named Kru,w Ih. fallowing QrHt-claaa aerew atin.ra: OWEfKI Captain H. Bryant, ' PORTSMOUTH Cap lain J. W. Traar, OUIIUMAN Ctin J. M. Lewi.. Connw-unzwith th. En Hallway at Hndo fer all aoiuts in an. cat. lacdtti. .Ilvred liy Una lioe. Ifor fraiit or paMaege apulyt SK I'll OALUW ELL, Aieul at BuiWo. L. W.IWBOKN.AgeiuUHaaiduaky. J. M. OflROBN, IM (iaa'l rraiidit A.'l, . II. A O. B. It. lieylon. Shirts. SHIRT MANUFACTORY RALPH C MoORAOKEN, DBALRR lo,no. Llneno, botk Iriek and Oanaan, Mil jfaatlemea' I'uralakuag laod; Hoataryol all kiuda. Fin. Lin.n ma-l. t order, ky tnwwurwMot, a.d a neat hi guaranteed. PaMr Pattern, cnt. ' ' ' ' ' " - N0. F.HT FOURTH BTRKET, OPPOrUTB THE BTKEPliK WITH I.OI.I) HANI). .UJ3u Lost. LOMT AH paraoaa ara Itaraty aautiouad aaainat oirtialiUf fur a nota iIthwd Ly ma, tlud cbru af y 4, Utt. for tour hundred aud Iwtmty-two dullara aod t-a euisi.tH'.tj. IP), thirty day a aud paaiila ai Pirat Matmual H-uik, Ciuiunitu, to lha or.ivr -( U. W Rowland. Haid not him htmn loal, and all pt)iuu at eauuouad uat to parchaao or rw,vi.l.n mrnia. JOHS A. WlNUtt, Mr.KiRIf A. WTMCK Tha uota alludad to lUtt uavrtr rawlifd m t y inail or otharwmM, aud ia uo joauar vaiuiaa aaaiuat oa an inv aocouix. i). W. UOWLAHO. Oinnianali, Phruary 1. 1BA4 frltut Upholstery. CHABLHI HAECHKK. CEXESAL ITHOLSTLItEU, 0110 BIXMIR.THIHB frTBRRT (MR. HITTIil.L' OLU STAND) llAdtlN, OUIU. AIL kloda et Upholatanni, auck aa notaa. Chain, lltoida, klatraaaea.Ae.,doUtttoorder. tlarpwteeut and AtUel, wiailowviiitaiaa liuae aad all kiade ol re imi n ii. dou. at tU. aueruat ttolioe and moat iwaaon U. teruM. . UmtHcttMtjer wUUapt. and Barney, Parker Oo. m, ... , . . - Groceries, &c. K.U'k.iw. m. Malta. EDWAHU O'DRMOHet BHOTI1RR, WHOLESALE GROCERS an. mrsBTKaa r Br.nillM, Win.., Ulna, rigar, and Irlah aad Irelnh Wkliky, ana ..akani iw l" if Ic Wined anil Llquori. i .. at..,. ' , Aet .d Tor Sale or Pure Bourbon Whisk', M. pil Sec.nd atmst, !., Uhia, IJ.EO leammoatr.acl(Mllyloaaainttkelr pn- 1J laniem and tha ponimiinily generally, that they ham entered int. rmrmerahlp, trader th. name and alyleol K. KHI,N . BKUIHKR, for th. purpoa of oarrying on til. whole. ale graoarr, liquor, cinar and toliwi. bualncH. in Dayton, Ohio, al th. late aland of K. o'llrien. No. l Heoand atreet. Having ample meane t. .nahle aa to purjbnee gooda rrom the lwt bouaee In New York, HalluiHirn ami Philadelph.,,aiid having had Hfteen veara'extMrienee in th. tra.li. wo liuld oul the lieat imlurnmema tn our old rualmeni and .1 1 .tk.r. w k. may be kind enough to pnri'han" rrom n.. M. o'HHf KN, Inle of Ike Ira ef O'Brien A Poe. Toledo, Okin, will devet. kia tun. nd attention lo IiUmaeall tho.o who mnv rotne t. Iilty at title well, iiiowu Home,,.,!,! K.O'HHIEN.will treat Ike mm. miinlly h tter, if poaaihle, Hi ,n ever before. Moth oi uafeei very gmteful for paat temra, and eamely a. Ilelu hnreor your future patronag". aiUHdawnn J. B. (IILBKHT A CO., "iMdii dealer. In ' BOHHrONAND DOME8TIO GROCERIES & LIQUORS HOt. 7 A Iff) 7 BRffFKRHON STRIKT, OPPHSTTt MnKH K HUUHK. aiilMdly Grocery and TrovlsUn Store. ANTHONY WOHL, No. 16MAHKRT iTRtiKT, HAS a good supply aTaii ttindaaf tha hvit Family UrouHnaa and Proviaiona, aacli aa flour; oai mwal; coru meaj;dnad fruita; nam; dnad Utaf; 6li; i.iniun'K uiifWKp; uaiiaoa Brna; oO'e suKar; alipt a; alitvaa; t4itaiwi auaif. o. Mho tiufttnxwnra; yttllowwara; willow bnkPla. aud. tu la.1 1 avary aruula DaU3(i hy lam(U. aiUVdra N'KVV GROOEKY AN PROVISION STOHE. NO. m KIPTH BTHBKT, UtOSKT S IIUIi:t. STOCK NfciW AND MUKSII. COIINl'RT pratnr. taken la anofcang. lu.Vi'4'ari.a or CAHH. i mawm" joh flat IB s ku, Agont. By tha Way, Have Ton Heard ' me AewsT I J. A. MINIOK, HAS veealTed bi. new Spring tttaek, larga, well.., lactad and of the baat u,ualily. . , Mr. A, called and gntene dollar', wortk of TWELVE UKNTHBUAR, AT MIMiUK'H. Tk.niceat kiud. Mr.. B. got. uedaHar-. wortk .f th. mot kind riMIHTKMN UHWT tfUOAR, AT MINIL'K'B Mr.. O. get one dellar'a werua ef ike nkeieeut onel. Ity ol 81XTKEN CENT BUAAR, AT MINIOK'S. Mr. B. any. that he wet tb. meet anality af green . RIO OOFV'BB AT i. A. MlltlOK'8. That h. ever drank, aud Mr. B. My. ake got tk. ta eat of OBXEN TEA AT J. A. MINlCTI'g, Whde.very body call a g afa aom. of that eicellaut RXCEUIOR 8TBUP, AT J. A. KIKI02. Mr. M. ear, he purohaawd a half barml of WRITE riH AT i. A MINICK'B. Deoldadly Ui. lNMitb..var uaad wtul. fie .uppljrof NO. 1 MACKEREL, AT t. A. MINIOK'I. Both for eiee and quality, cannot be excelled in thia or .nv other market. Heinviteaall to oall al nl. eataMl.hment and in pent hia atoek of UHUIU. unir.1' rnuii, UOFPBKH AND TEAS, kUQAR OK ALL XIH, And the largeatand heat variety of Oreoerie. to k Men tn th. city. Hi. larg. aatatUiahment la on tka Crntr.f Narkat aad JvTaroai )t, ulQy Millinery. TO MILLINERS & MERCHANTS. DKVOB , CO., IDalU PEARL BT , wnetaaaui atlllla.rr Claael. Oaoaa. awn Bnawu CiwcmaaTi. ait, tICI. WE ar. now prepared to wrfer for your iap-tion, a large and elrtfuut alor ol lu.lieM. miMnea. aud obildren'.atruw, lur.pluah ami Blt H T8 AND BONNETS, KlDDVflB, IUVHIK9. Fa ATll KK9, Laccs.llfad Dresses Beltings &t lnctttdiDf evary daaonptioa of NILLIIIGRT OOODS, Our hrttihat for manufatnrtnf Cloaks.Sacques.Mantilas Prom .11 the new rabnee. ar .ueh that we ran aunnl tham lowr liaMi you aaa get t liana alaewker. Our atouk of PALL SHAWLS Comimta al tlia navalttaa iu both forainantt tiomaa thir htiTttr haiov canatanllvh Ma Y-rk. wa taill unur Mi iMmi yiir i taw ai ia awaMt markat pncMi lac A oall, hafara auruhaiaa a.aawara. raaait U your wvuhumc!." ttMD!Uuay, THVOt9 ft C0.t aatT i'Unil M Pf ap irwt, (:imnal Trunks, &c. KV tmm ;aioifactory. a. H. lOW-K, Affnlw MO. 97 THIKIt UTHfc-KT. IAYTOr1. OHIO, OMK iHKiR WKVf or i.A LMJ'W'tt MAHBLI YAtit). WK WTtnld mnit rai.pNit fully iafbrm tha citiaraa f lavuu and lha paWic in Knaia) ttiaft havaopautid a Trunk wwint'-ecUiry, tvhara wa wilt kai on hand all ktata of Trubka. ainaa, Car( aul Trafehi.t allot which wa will allalwhol ala ar rrUil aa chaaf. at any bouia ta th rltv. 1 Nriiciiii-.iiDiuu aiti 10 rapainag aia runp. A ahara u( pacioaaga aohila. aaJxttf Leather Store. NEW LEATHER STORE. ADAM WKIMUAKTMBH, . . la Third etrael, KEEPS eonalwilyoa band all kind, af l eather, wnaaaole; Hover: kii: oail'.ekiu.aml aieM,ro. Aiao, baiuaeaud ini4L to. bar; .bve akllUng, abu baUietfv. Av. Laattia .1 aa highaal pnr. 1. oa.lt iwul for Mid. Dd "wi ' im ivuh.. auiauja The Late Bloody Affray in Coles County—The Democratic Press Upon it. [From the St. Louis Republican, April 1.] There are two mlei, it ii .aid, to eterj ito- ry. a. jet we nare bad but one iide ol the late lamenlable affair at Charleston, Cole, county, Illinois. Eren on Uat tide many ver- iuiii are anoat, none 01 winch teem to give an' altogether intelligible or convincing ac count of th origia f tL. Uifliuultifa Our reader., perhapi, do not need to be told that parttaan apirit rn high tn Illioois, where political diviaiona have been clot tor' many years. In no respect,. however, do the. dirts ions extend to loyally or disloyally, though ever since tne war commenced certain black guard politicians havw sought to make it ap pear so. The people of the democratic sec tions of the Stale, including Southern and Central Illinni., hare been most outrageously .uuiucren, nnu itisuiiea wtn tn vilest epi thets. They hnve been accused of harboring deserters and rebel spies, irharged wilh belong ing to an ormnizaiion called "Knights of the Golden Circle," and tnunlrd with such nick names its "Copperhead, "Bulternuis," ".Jeff. Davisites," "enl'trBltora,', 4c. More reck less and cruel course ware never resorted to thai have been punned in reference to the democrats ot our neighboring Stale, so far as false 'imputation are concerned. The last report nf the Adjutant General of Illinois shows that the principal recruiting for th war has lvren in those counties which have habitu ally given the heaviest democratic majorities, and the l-peord of battles shows that uo more heroic fighl ing in the field in the behalf of the Union lias been done than by the regiments from "Kgypt " The Stat has now, it is re ported, a surplus of thirty thousand men over and above all the calls that have thus far been made, and from Maine to Missouri there is no section that has furnished wore Qnioa sol diers in proportion to population than this same Illiuois "Kgypt," so shamefully malign ed as disloyal. A sample of the bitterness af the partisans of a certain olaas in Illinois was given in the wording of some of our dispatches in our last tncrning issue, evidently made op by "radical ly loyal" hands. The alleged riotors were called "rebels," their force exaggerated to be tween 1,000 aad l.SOO. and military phraseol ogy resorted to, to msgnify the affair as much a possible. The "enemy" was reported "making a aland," "fortifying," preparing to ''attack the town of Maltoon," it,, while it was "believed by the nnited efforts of the citi zens and soldier still here, the place oan be held till the arrival of reinforcements." Ref. erencw was also made to the capture of "spies" and the sending out of "scouts." We submit the hanajaag or iii i. kluuj i 'wry well calcu lated, if it reaches tbe Confederates, to create the imprecision that war on a large scale has been inaugurated in Illinois, and that a large portion of the citisens of that State are ready to rise, ot- have risen, to assist the South, thereby doing a great injury, which is by no mean neutralized by our knowledge that the statement is not true From theWpringn.ld (III.) Beglet.r, April I. Let it be remembeied that but for a short time since. Judge Constable, who was about to open his court, and who has been unsparingly denounced as s "copperhoad," (in auolitioa pa, v..j.M ivi uaiiui j wa. aeixeo by itoldiBts, (perhaps then same who figured in the present difficulty) and forced, with re volvers poiutetl at his head, tlireateniug his d.-alb on rvfuani, to talc the oath of allegiance to tha 1 Jnited State. Let it be remembered, tanner, mat since in is ti ttn Regiment Has been stationed at Matloon, tbey have aotually beaten tvo unoffending citisens to death. whose only fault was their democratic politics, besides conunitling various other outrage. and indulgin ( in repeated threats of violence aud murder a,v"" democratic citizens. And let the other significant fact be borne in mind that Ki chard Yates, chief magistrate ol tha state ot Illinois, placed in his seat by tbe people ( vote, tor wno support In peo ple are laxed to pay, publicly proclaimed be fore a large audieiire in Chicago, that "copper heads (meaning .isot:rau) Aai no n'uAfs vhu-K cren a negro traM bound to retptcl." That by this expieaaioa, tins mlamous govern or of ours meant to tnetude the eatir democ racy of tha stata is arideut Irom remarks ha made iu the same connection. The State Regifter and the Chicago Times wer de nounced by him aa "copperfcaad journal." wb.n it is an undoubted fact that these papers reflect tbe sentiments of uioely-oine one hundreths of the democracy of Illinois. He alsosjxaks of Mr. Stars, who was elected 10 an oSioe paramount in imporlauoe to his own, by tha votes ot the democray ot tua state, aa tha "copperhead Treasurer." These express ions leave uo room to doubt that he intended to say that any man whatever would be justifi ed in his eyes, and pardoned by him, for ahooiing down a deotoorat wkertver he night be found. , Theee men, therefore, are directly reaponsi V. for tha blood spilt in Charleston the other day, and for all that aiayloHow aa a aetiuwie to that bloody tragedy. Ho right thinking man will attempt, or has any desire, to noolo f r.e tot tie reballiovtaatuuida it is said cer tain citizen of th eastern counties have a wimed. Our court are yet iu session, and all wrong can be peacefully righted. Until tiiey ar r.rthrown or Baaihilated by tb strong arm of arbitrary military power, . there cam b no pretext, even that of redressing in sufferable grievances, for defying constituted authorities. Hut w cannot suppress th thought that bad th case beea reversed, as it was in Danvill and in Paris, end th "cop. pnrbadaM killed and beaten by soldiers, tha roilitajy would not have beea se promptly dis patched U the scene. The two men killed in Maltoon by tb &4lh regiment, rest uneasily ia their bloody graves because ao attempt wa mad to visit legal puniahnient apos th mur derer.' Tbe people feel and know that crime of this kind oaght aot logo annanissnd, aad lb peaoe of the coinmuuity will tberalor e much more Bclually preserved if military iitniiliiwraatTflaaeBfi Al V K.H1 ISIIVU It A T lb a. ; IN nTll.t.' Onnnr',(aiK!iiv ei,tda,.rll;dieiieiaiviTiaH. a' Uoe n'tnare, tinea darn ..H 1 (4 Oua. square, ene werk 1 Oo. aitara, on. nionth....,...,....'.H.n,.HH....wM t 60 On. aquare, three ntci.tli f tt On aoar., .is month.,. 10 at' IN WMta.LT On ..uara, aisbty word., one we.k,MM, Oil Paraauar.,eachwa,bi additk,..e,H...He.- ' So Per auuare, .n. veer S t'U eSrlera,. for Aiiverti.emeal. aoeapyi.g a greate 1 ., or for . luajrer penud Ui.n etiove aiMnciKed, maj known .t th. Counting Room. aarAll adverUeemet t are charged at tbe atove ratea, unl.aa a written are. men! la ma.ie previoua t Inaertion. asTAII eaaual ad Twrti.ewienia mn.tlM, iiairt Oirln a.l vane. 1 II I.. aiawaaawaaj -.' . authorities would al all times evince at least a genuine desire to bring offenders to punish ment. ' We have never seen nor beard of an in stance in which a soldier has been molested by a citinen of Illinois when quietly attend ing to his own business. 11 audi a case has ever happened, it waa not because of llio oaiform the soldier wore, tor we do not be lieve there is a man, woman, or child who does not respect and honor any symbol of the country we live in, and need no leaching to make ns lor. But it is well known to eve ry one, that there have been hundreds of in stances of violenoe aud maltreatment indul gedby returned soldiers, principally, doubtless, aa B consequence of naturally intemperate dis positions, aggravated by the life they have of late been living, and the scenes of blood wilh which they have become familiar; but alao owing lo tbe mischievous and diabolical teachings ol the abolition press. When Gov ernor Yates first employed Joe Forrest to do dirty work nnd write scnuudrelly letters to the abolition journal, from his nflice in Spring field, we warned hin anil his henchman of the inevitable conseqnences of their conduct. That these teachings would ripen into scenes of turbulence jnd blood, was fully cal culated by Yate and his miserable tool anil the result has fully justified their expectation, and our predictions. The emeutt In Coles cdimty, thntigb un doubtedly unpremeditated, may prove, to be serious. Men have b'een exasperated beyond enduraneeby repeated infringements of theie rights as citizen by taunt, threats, alidads of vilence o As we have aaid before, and now re peat, their a-lion cauniil be justified or apolo gised for. But it 01 h lit have been nay; it was foreseen. 1 And if it shall be a lesson Iu those journals and speakers who seem to lake delight in harrowing up th malignant passions of their ignorant follower ; who ara patieot ly and industriously laboring to instil into minds nf the soldiers and the people not a le gitimate opposition to the principles of democ racy, but a liurc individual and personal ha tred, which can scarcely tail to culminate in personal slrile even this bloody tragedy shall not be without beneficial result. In conclusion, waaay in all candor and se riousness, that commanding off.-era of return-' ed regiments, and abolition journals and pub lie speaker, have tbe neace and ouiet of the 1 State in a great measure under their control Jt uovernor late tees tit to reiterate, on the stnrap, hia infatnon language at Chicago, up on the head of Uoveiim- Yates must real tbe , responsibility of the riot and murder which such talk will necessiiate. Governor Tales and, all his craw of malignant followers roar as well understand, once lor all, that the democratic mew of Illinois not only know I hat they bar "right which negroea are bound to respect, but inle.d Hint both negroes and white men who sympathise with them wa!l respect them. Democrats caa desnise . 1 emor Yates' maudlia epithets baatowed upon - veu lur in. ounce, at least, submit to the cowardly outlawry which inspires their Insolence: but there is a noint lwn,,d i.;..i. even that insolence will not be submitted to. antes nnu bis miseegensare pushing it to the test Our word for it, they will be the last lo put their own miserable bodies in tbe front nf lb mulct they have labored to pravok. Duppel. whlk A ..... fighting was going on at last accounts, is a fortress, whh the Danes have aurrounded with a series o ingenious and novel defences The first obstructions mx iu assailant wil ' nieei is aa irregular line ot ktd ditch , wnu auarp eutae urmiy uxea kv trl bottom to impale lb uulucky man wbOvma f ..' through; next com a line of cAecaay then another of large man-trap ; and Snllv a common wire fence th latter a nnnj but vory effective impediment to both infant, ry aad cavalry. Not content with Iheae lini " of circumvention, the Danish iigiiiera have crowned both scrap and counterscarp of the earth-works with palisade crested with a : bristling line of sharp swords, an expedient ' borrowed apparently from the French deferr- ' oes ol the breach at Hausio. . Jtolh witbia aad without th worka ara faxad plank stud aledjwilb long nail, the points, turpeal, up wards, and concealed by a light covering of earth. must add to these amenities the inea that underlie all the assailable part. ' Colonel Wolford. This officer who wa th cMiru wander af Wolford' Cavalry, a eorp of great distinc tion in th Wlern army, has been diastiiia- ed from th service for having made a speech at Lexington. Kentucky, ia which he denoun ced the President for usurpation a nd the ex- ' ercisa of uulawful power. The ditata ia.nl was entirely proper, and In accordance with ' army rules; for il a subordinate may pnbliely discuss tha conduct of a aanwrior all disei- - pline i at and. But what the) become oft aamy voting T IVve it not show that it ' Is "' th contrivance ot demagogas at horn lor the soldier to vol foe jurt such candidates as th Court home people scad them juat such printed party iicaeu as ar s.ul Ihsai at pah lie expense, and lor juat such reasons a the managers at home fubricat T trrooa ' fit- tOM. , . , f 1 I The Union ia .ntirely riarliL. Wolford'. Jit. : trnUtal wa proper, aud ao were hi denm-ia- V rtoa ot m n.urpation. of Lincoln. A Paoaiiir A remarkable bov'. whoa. ' memory is prodigioaa, hu appeared in Alba ny. He is only eight, oan recite aver fifteen I hundred pieces, is a natural orator, aud re members everything he hears and reads ler- '' tar, sermons, a.wap.ner., and nook. Cbom ay vug Lgciox or IIonoe Th Em-' Cror Napoleon has ooaferred the (Vo. of tha gion of Honor on Mrv Claxtou, of .Balti more, for his Improvement 011 and experi menl with an Am.Scaa invention Broad-': well's breach-loading rannoa. , -mi Fis sun Oil. --The fialiermea of Newport, ' ' Rhode Islaud, and tha neighboring towns, . caught last year not less thaa 2O0,0U barrels 1 of menhaden ia Narvaf aiiselt Bay, from which about S0O.OO0 gailuas ot oil were predn red.' by th different factories ia oporaulioo.