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' DAILY KMIMR1C.
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ay uuui per annum, in ft ivaoce, ........
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goiuerf oounty. PiyiuiMiuo i.drau.ln ilu."
J OH rnilSTTIT-3"0
01 every description, e itwtiled on Hteam Piweies.tD
ho bout alylo. and it roMonitt.le prlfoe.
Professional Cards.
0
KI.IIIU TIIO.ttPetiN,
ATTORNEY -AT - LAW
,. AND
N O T A It Y 1 U-H LHJ.
Will, elmndlo t-ln'e nrnll In him will)
lill.n-e, promplo.a endoaro. OIBneinUor
rotu'a Bu I im, nun m udiin UaUdre oihue, m
tin room uo,iupied by f . ' lmt, inaUldaiuewi y
ATTOHNBY-AT-LAW,
liAYT ..If, OHIO.
(irrtOI? -! Ml Miin .'.root, n.-rly Plonit the
' )iirl V uit!,ver iu Mr U ' liloie ol John ,
k.rry . J.IT,taiMiii
O lLl M O AH I Ij I;
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Clsrraan's HntUm, Tlilrd street,
f.iejawtf OJYTON , II It .
' "TaewAe".l. H Hwitm. r. P. .
a.nim t ci'ppt,
ATTO HH ETK AT- E. A W,
DAYTON, 0ltl.
(FH'fnil 'flew'a Biiitltiia, Third at. iaBdawSm
"j a i kh 1 1. ii'.Vou 6tt.
Matt PrnhNta Jildire.. '
ATTORNBY-AT-LAW,
-vFlflCK amv.n't lry PliWhpa' niilldlng, corner
V liui'tim ana Miio. .iroc,., w,po. .," , ..
Bouea, Uaylon, Uii.. jalduwlra
T) r . W 111 iJlAM K i i t Y.
PHYSICIAN AM) bTRUEOX.
KFKIK-Tli.rd atral,ppoalle III Public K.piirc
Uayloa, O ,io
ru'toitr
JAMHf KkSttMAN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
BKLLKKONTAIrlH, OHIO,
1 1,1, nttou'l pronplly I all baa.ueee enlr lated
to nie oare. . . , u,B-it
mo. w. uocs.
' J0I1B A. M'aANOa
HOCK . MeMAIIOW,
A T T O It i E V 8 - A T - LAW
OFFICR-NO. Wi,THIBDSTHET, PATTON,
Room hnrntoiore onmpinii by J. A. MtiMihoh, Hrsl
dournAiilol mr il. n. ;iuron nor minHt. ui...,i
THOU AH O. UIIWK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
DAYTON. OHIO.
Wl I, tj kivo prompt tlalion to All buonrM on
InHlH l Lo hit (turn.
' Ortloo In liormi i Iliiil llnu.Thlril int. ul)
1111. OH A. It I, Km . H. HUBDICll,
JJRuCmHilll of Aiiilont nn.l Mailnrn LanKUK
Kii4ltwh,n i-itinli CuftAn'.ntf lAdioN ftni Koaiioinoo I
.lie. riMi'la'! of hi riniitivo unholnriii aii.1 t h
inn o'tl'ii, Hmkl' linll liiiK, No. u. ui.mm
, A. 6. HULLlVAN.
PAPER H NCER
ROOM I!f PO-iTOKIflOB KUaDINO, hO. ln.BP.O-
Hardware.
JAMK BKA.OKLIK, "
DtAloi in
Coopers Tools, Hardware, &c,
No :il Thim ittreot.
BEIN-'i ir'til iniahuifii I know wht kind
l'o i U in--U mil" iititt.ii aud i lt'.tti aiuoU
tut ttmr wau'ji. '.II ftii'i Hen iiiu. uUitt
irl J 3i D W A. It K
BEST G000S AT THE LOWEST PRICES
fi'l'h lrntitJ r lUily rtsfltvlng pur.
ohftMtl at tbs luwoitoiith rain, vt:
Mechanic's Tools,
Builder's Ilardwaru,
Cabinet Hardware,
Farming Tools,
TABLE AM) POUKET CITLEKt.
Mill . M lut Circular fUm,
Wlthftllothm Uoodtlo the lUniwaro lino, which wo
are proparinl to Hell tit lew. kh hiiv houite knit or UVm
1 3e,ll end eiamiue our eto.ik broro urrhiiif eleo'
where.
' ellidewly ANtlgRHON i DOBH1N8.
Co=partnership.
COPAU'rNl'.UHIIH'.
J IRC unJarrilKitKl lnvn thii iy formfd no pnrt
nftrnlup uniUr Uf-'irt 'ul tlrrn of BKKKNK A
fX' f-ir th purpnfiHfi of lrniivtUtK a Whlnal4
id KhUiI (Jiottumi i.iiJ Mm)iht TutlofiiiK HtiHti,
at the olii Mud of W. t. iiren, H Mntn Hiri,op
tioito thCoun HoiiHtt, wtttti-w liiftjr won 11 t il-d
o sn tliw o l mn in of th hnu, ant. km ihhiit dim
oou an inay favur titm ith a cull.
W l Lid A H O Bit KKN1,
AM'KKW C. NIXON.
. Dayton, Fobruarf I, I----!.. .!.tl
Linimentum.
WOKTUI or tbe NljUCTKHNTU C..MIUY,
Dlt. K. COM WAY'S
LINIMENTUM
For ttia Npaarfy and atlao.tual eura of
BIIBUMATISM
TN pra-ntint tha "I-intmantum" to tha htiblto a
onaoi na r and idimi HiiraiiTa mHi.i'inn a
iTiti iinv. I do not wi(i to b iinlrlood u uluitiim
for it tha pawArof p?rtorminK uuhftard of" our, htti
l fli riuim Ulll I'-r Kii Hi ii(HHiiit ui rnnui
L.i'MifVii.H r, it dm no iKjuiii. iun "luiuintruiuiu
baa
Nvr httmm Knowi t Fall
In anjr oaaa of Rhanmattim, no mattar af how lon
aiMi'liuir. whara dtructtuna wra earvfully follow
d. nor, indttod, in the raw of any di for wincb
u ta ranominanaeu.
lnMsot QHiraiit, ba'na Intbahank, 'Ida, and
Ohaal, urafnp ta Utn tmiWi, apraina, spinal i reun
ion atid waKk naHNe onrjinoMoras, tHinit, acald. Irit
ad fal ami hHudn. toolhnttlta, liaaiJaulia, Au..ltatU
ika aohkrm.
Ttia "Linlmitntnw la tha riult of manr jar
paranrarinn axperimant, and oomttinpa aiiitwiu rart
aioallaueittki ttia pa amotiut mtua of
AN KXTRAOItUINARY PKNETRAT1VK
POWKR,
W htoh no other Lintmnt poaiaiaa. anl which la tha
aaorat of tha nniAri.ilul(d wuuom whUh iata tha
MLiminoiuni" wharttysrit is tiad.
TKV IT 0NC1C. AND YOU V ILL MBVKt BB
wrruoi;x it.
H ii put up In M oaot, 51 cont, and l botUas, arith
lull dtravtionsfor u, and mnntirumured only by
Ir. K ruNWAr, rruprUoi.
1 Mo. 839 Inird 8t , Jy(oii (tl.lo
f"For aalahy roerahanta and druA'sha avsrywtiar.
uidwi, .............
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VOL. I.
DAYTON, OHIO : MONDAY, APRIL 25, 18G4.
NO. 214
Medical.
DR. ROBACK'S
STOMACH
BITTERS
ABI MOT
TO BE EXCELLED
STOMACHIC
em
WWI
DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
Cvc. u a vvevc'vw, vVJvcVv
waW eu, oW, W 41 vW
Vu a a rtme&vaX, Arj,ex
a it.a ,2,vvao o"j
' Vvmt, o,ew wvucv weeAA
T6vW,, xm-VCvcvv J Ao.t.cw
a Vs., row Vvwve, oif e o.
JHlioua Fever,
'ever and ftgwe,
Liver Complaint,
(Qyapepaia,
Indigestion,
... Jaundioe, ' i
Kidney Complaints,
oiyc (ovkOu ratt,
V.ctf, vxA."vcv vvVt,'Vve,wv
,
"B. T3LoVa,V
a Vv tvtVw wvaw.'1 tto.
an awo. CowvotX.
Vtvvr'vc'.otoA. . ot ava
6.eV.VfA,a.
15. T3LoNaxtNfi.,
ViU.
at V., SoW'veV 'Ytvftw.a,
37v gitttrt art pt up in fluar
bottle, o whioK th above) U a faa
inut. Th laJbet U Jlnly
grawd, and U provided with, a
maf- guard from ooun,teritr.
Prioi $1 pr bottlt, or ii far $S.
O. W. obaole, (Proprietor, Jfo. 6
Xamt Pburt Utrt, dnainnati, to
whom, att order thould b ad
drtmmtd. FOR SALE BY
Vf m Waosthafl and W W Stawart, Taytan; flaorca
Ueyar, stiaiiiiMiiuru; J moo iHur, t uiuu; J anaor
nn,intrvtliai Jt Myra, Nw LdImdou, H Jarkvan,
ChambsrsUura: I li hiMifr. UarriKhurs : D B ulwlua
Jiiumi11s Arnold A Liui)rt,Hnuth Aillnutou; Jacob
Mtnr, weat HsUiiuora, J KuoklaA 4ia,trinftUlwn;
J W Murplv, Vaudahaj H Nu kola, LtUrly; i Rw
Farmttrsvilla. Mvrlitii A Kan iSMltni; J VY f Tfmoul
U 'tjltama A Hwuisr. W wt HUniror.-i Fsrkrr, Hro
Co; ParkrilUJiti aod ry Imuiita and MnrchsnU
gaiwrailrtrouWouttha Umiiati VUtaa andOanalaa.
.1 U.StJ
mwm.
Skirts.
LOOK OUT FOR THE GIANT SKELETON.
'. .'.- .'J. at A
'V'i.-.,''-'. t"
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
AT ST, fllWD HT., MKT. MAIN AND HHLOW.
Wa )aT pnrtn'uliir rtrnt on ta tha q unlit 7 of oar
mitiTittl and nnly tha irt Knnlih ritft,
Wn repair all the 1U11U which wo a l.wiihoat astra
charu'.
-.iar ra'nH dftp!tnnnt t Inrharjraoffoiripatant
iaiiii. uotts una Ha rai HmiiPi fijiiHinuy on
hand. A WALKMAN,
tfol 1 wholoaaln mid rtail nt No. 8'.'7 Uwoud Kfiwt,
Dtvton. R 117
A!lm
Insurance.
The Ee3t U che Cheapest
INSIIRK WITH TIIU
;ETA ISIHAIJE COMl'AM,
HAltTKOHT, CONN.
I. HUH AND INIiANl'i NAVlOVnoK K1HK3 eo.
np'.l, now a. hrroiotor.1, ut en rnt.t. tuii libera!
,,! It. . IIM
t. MWINK-rt HON.0TKnith oonntunl .ll.nt(h
and H.,i.ira,.v.
I. MinHKU ALWATH MK'I' wilh prnMipturaa anil
rontplt j. 1. lien.
NKT ASSUTn JAMJAkr, laxl,
a . o p a , o a o 00 .
TH K PLAN AND IlKliA N l VI KIN of tlm Altna.
after l.trly-llvi ytr ai.veip trliil, haa ralmo.l th.
jirfHleMi pil'ni.. ftiivHiiTipo nun tiiiii.H.ii 01 in va
noli. ayali'inN r.r I' iro In.untn.'e in Iho iHtuntry
II la n'iw lvtl.r than iT.r proiiar.cl for .liny
HIXTKKN THlll HASH l oss . 'MUD lnvxhoan
eelllwl fi 1..1M. SI.4TKKN MII.LI.JKN u
Dlll.l.AKKI
THH UDNhUMI'TIOH OK PiiDPKrtTT BY FIIIK.
u the Ilint.U suiloi, nvriB ovim liiMi.mii.aailf
1. vour .ni.orly p.)H.ad and iinprolfM.u.ilT
A It Id Ynll INillUKliT II mil, why not? Thaooa
ta trillniKi the duly in niamlfl; tl.r, r.'Hiilt laayl e
your m'4pn 1'rutn ruin wlulo ibilay and n.jlo
may liiT.itTe y.,u in bankruptcy, pot rty or urn I
iliHHi.it'iiiitincnt.
pAKI'ii'UI.AK ATTRNT10N and r.gard la lYn
lo email riaka aa wrll a larae nut... Abla aMMirt
iy aud auporlor couimrrpial advanlaKoa eilorded.
Policies iNMied wllliout lelay.
felOdiy JOHN H. STOPPm.MAK.'Auan
The FAUMEUS' & MKU til IMS'
INSURANCE COMPANY
or
DAYTON, OHIO.
OKKIB-NO. 110 MAIN PTItKKT. OPI'OSITR TUK
luukt uuuai:.
CAPITAL STOCK (100,000
FIRB AND MARINE
Thia Company offi-ra annrlor In-luanicnt. lo all
ftarxoua dMHirina i.ropi.rlv inwurad. Ktrp and Manor
riaka are titkcu nn all lUMiirabir property upon ibe
nioai laroiauio lerina.
I10AKIJ OP DIKECTOIll! i
Alfred Prmloo, Kinanttid ahulti, John IT. Wintara,
Auk Kuhna, Jn,',.e II. Olwin, H V. Harahman
U.ll, Woaklar, N. B. Herat. 7, Iwt Crawloid.
HKIIHKN ll. M AltSIIMAN, l'r. Imt
H TI, Wr.KlfT. Hofri-'rv. r4 'ni
Shirts.
DBMOCRATIO
SHIRT MANUFACTORY
UALP1I O. McOItAOKHN,
TKAI.KU In One l.ini.ni, l,th Inert and Oerman
J and ici.ntlemeu'a I lir.iiah.na rtooda; Hoaleiyol
ail am. la.
Kina L.nan made te order, ey meaauremeut, and
neal lit . uaranlead.
Paper Palterna out.
NO.
VRT rolTRTH HTP.FP.T, OPPOSITR TUI
hTKRPLR WITH (I'll, II HANI),
Transportation.
Sandusky and Buffalo.
Erie Railway Steamboat Co.
. Mawae.1,1 W".'1' n regularly
A VV . n repilarly ,Jt-rrT
V diir.ar tha reason
- ? of uaviMita b,ucstt' -U. .1L
idaliho ain.va nmid ports, wStmMm
tharoliowing nrst-olass uurew steatnars:
OWKCIO Captain H. Bryant,
pi KTn MoUTH.,. ..tWUsto J. W.lrara.
i;iibll4AN Captoin J. H. Lewis.
OonnaotirK with tha Kna Railway at UurtuJe for
DOUK.S in me bssi.
ThteatUution ot shippers is invited to the superior
facilities ethrod ty this Im. Kur trtiKni r psvxsKa
spiny u nr.m i.almwkll, akmui ai nuintio.
Im. w.unuKrt,gfoiatt.nrtiiliy.
J. M. O'JBOIlN,
M fte-wM rr(.-T,t (t T. a r O H Imvtnn.
Erie Railway Steamboat Co. Trunks, &c.
SEW TUlSSi :MAlFAtTOUV.
. 11. I.OWK, Avauf.
NO. ttj THIKU 8TKKKT, IA VTUN, OHIO, ONE
IHIOK W KsT OF LAiOV. ' MAKHLM YAaVD.
Wl would most rpaotfully Inform th citiaans
of iH ton anti tlia ptO'lin in Keneisl that
have opened a Trunk niaiui'aetory, wtier w
kaep nn hand I kin Is of Trunks, Vahst-a. tlarpet
ami i rnTeiuiM u.v, an 01 wiucn we win sail at anoir
sala or n'lall as i lteap as any hnue Id the rfiv.
fariicularaiieiition paid to r pain oil aid Trunks,
A slvara of palioua? sulunt' . leAtltf
Upholstery.
h
A
lOHAHLKw HAIitlHHI.
GENERAL IT1I0LSTERER,
OHIO BLOCK, THIKD HTHKKT (MR. HlTTKLL't
ULU n I A Mir) It A I iin, UM1U.
A'
ai.d I
ITi kind of H ihol start n. urh as Sofas. Oh
luirnla, MatraaiMs uoua to onir. (rptlsgut
ntiasii. wumw curiame nunu ani an anus ai
iinn uoua at tnastnrist nouoaand moat raaaoiut'
Die term a.
iiasriwaji Mayor 0Ulaepi and BartMy, Parknr
uo. aaia
Groceries, &c.
K.O'ra as M. 0'Baiaa.
KUWARD O' On IK 31 aY BHOTHRK,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMa iMaoaraai ar
Brandlaa, liiaa, Ulnat C.sra. mmd Irish
nu aoottifei vv aiiky,
as naALiaa im
Do"' illc YVIdcb and Liquors.
ALIO,
Aft .it Tor ShU of Par Doarbon Whlhky,
No. Wl flrcond iira.d, Uajrton, Uhta,
UKO laava mont ravpantnriljr to acquaint thalr rna
Uitiirri and tht o-nmiimtr Kanarallr. thai thry
hnva rnliMod in a parmarMtup, lindftr tha nam a and
trlt! K. O'l.HlKN A HK01HKK, for tha niirnn-,
ofoHfytna on tha wholatinlo KronrTi liquor, rlitar
and tninai'iio nuntntit .n uayinn. iinto. a. tlia lat
tand nf t4,t'Mritn, Ni Hoi'ond street.
Hktuiu ainpa nmani ta onahln n t nnnMiaaa cooilfr
tVom Ilia Imti hot in Nw York, llaltnnor and
I'hlla Iflphia, and having had UflnfU yaars' rspc hnr
tn tha trad i wo Imld otii tha lt tiiiliif'tmfiitp to our
old (lift iihtm and "II othar4 who may ba kind enonuh
o imrehAn tri'tn u .
M 'HH1 KM, lato of tha firm af O'Biien A Poa.
Toledo, Ohm, wilt davota bi tima and attention to
C Ions all thuNpi whi mav roina to 1 uy at thin woll
nown llniisa, and K. (I'HHI KN, will traat tha roro-
munityb ltr, if pinthla, th n avrr hrlnra. M'lth of
11 f very frtml ',tr P"1 favora, and aarnatly so
liniia Hlmra uf your future patron aga. auludaw m
J, B. OILBKHT CO.,
Wholesale daalara In
FOHKIONANI) DOMKSTIO
GROCERIES & LIQUORS
NO8.70 ANl7aflP:FrKHfloN KTRRKT.OPP' PITt
Grocery and Provision Store.
ANTHONY WOHL,
No. 16 MARKET ttTRlCKT,
If AS aitood supply of all kinds af tha hem Family
1 uroreriee and Pmrintona, such aa Sour: oat
miml: voru iiH'flhdnwJ fruits; hams; dried Loaf; fleh
Limbu tfer ohane Holland harrinti; ta; offe;
niKr; alipi e; aloTow; tohaono; anull, Ao. Also,
(lueahswarn; vallowwara: willow haak.ta, and, tn fact.
avary artiuia n'auau uy iainuia. aiuvum
NpiW Gil O OE K Y
AN
PROVISION STORE.
HO. luf FIFTH STREET, DICKEY'S BLOCK
HTOOK NEW AND FRl'ISH.
piDUNTRY prodaoe taken In axekange forUraceliee
orlJAHII.
oo:idliiiawilrne
JOHN BIKKEL, ARant.
Millinery.
TO MILLINERS & MERCHANTS.
DKVOVA CO.,
W i 91 MAUL BT ,
WMALMALB
miilinarjr Oaedi
Oloass aub SnawLt
Oiaemtf an, Vatt, US.
Wl ara now nrartarad fo offer for tout Innp'etlon,
alartte and alejant stoat of ladiaa, tnissaa, and
childran'sHtraw, fur, plush and fait
H TS AND DONNETS,
ItlllUOJfS, FLOH'EKS VKATUKttS,
Lnces,llf ad Dresses Beltings &c
Including Try daanrlptioo of
N I L L I AT E It T GOODS.
Otir ftuiiliUae for man ufsrtu ring
Cloaks,Sacques,Mantilas
From al the new fahrios, ara inph that wa pan aupply
them lowar than you can get thero liawhara. Our
stock of
FA.TjIj SHAWL8
Comprisa ai tha noyelUaa la bona furati. a and liomee-
an.
Our hnrar Win eonnUntlTlt New York, wa will
orler all Goods in our hoe at iowaet noarkat unooa for
Caih.
"A call, hefora purohaatog elsewkara, will remit ta
your auyanuKa."
heHpactfulIy,
DEVOU A 00.,
aelT Mirid M Pearl street. Oininnitrl.
Millinery. Hotels.
UNITED STATES HOTEL
ltBACR iTRKBT, BOSTON.
(Directly apposite lhaBnst and WorcastarHailraad
Depot.)
rpHR unders ened. who haaleneonnectd with tha
I Amoricsn I
nouNo, in inn
ty, tor oyer nine year(
J popular H ! for
has ita id fits wen kn
tnn t years, and pled ire w htm elf to his triende and
ha iMiklii' to nee hm iitii.nst etToru to simtain the ren
utation of tha UNl'l KU HTATtCH HOTKL.aa a first-
pla housa Tha pullio may rely upon Anding. ai
thia houe, all tha appliancaa and oomiorta of a nret
elaeo httal.
Prtpe, aa haratofara, Twa IJollsrs pardar.
s.lan
rwa
M PIIATT.
Clothing.
all
1ST K O O O D B.
HENRY MILLER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
BX'bTON BUILDING, COR THIRD JltrrKRHOH
II
AH juat rKeived hi. atk of nphnffand liimmer
Uooda, uonipnainK all tlte new eiyl.e of
Cloths, CassI meres & Vesting,
Which ha will make ap i arder tit tha Wat atyla.
ASM fll" H e a iriSi.
maiiMJiN HKnaiT sfiiei.icn.
Host.
we
will
rHT Alt rernons ara heraby asuitionad against
J iw'tftiutuing Ajt Unta drawn t.y ma, dated Ktahru
aiy 4, ISM, fr tour hundred and twanty-lwo dollar
and tn pnia((4it 1U), thirty days, and nyabl at
Fust faiii.nal Hank, tuncinuatt, to the nrir of O.
W KowlaM't. Kaid noiahua Ijsan ruai, and all parsons
ara ueuuiMusi not to purvhaaa or rweivatha unit,
JOUN A. M1MCE.
Mr. JOHN A. MINtt'K Tha note alluded toabst
never reached ma hy mail or otherwise, feud is bo
loausr valid MaMainal youonmy a.'oouni
0. W. ROWLAND.
Oinoinnati, Fahruanr lv, UM-fctlidlf
Leather Store.
airs,
A
NEW LEATHER STORE.
ADAM WKIHO ARTHUR,
t( Third elreel,
KIP eoeal.ntly . a hand ell k.oda e( Leather,
aiichaeeolei 11,'peri kipi eair-akm.and ntoru,M.
AImi, baruMea aod bridle le beri eboe akirUBfti ake
ftiulina. .c.
e.1h.hiheat price In Man paid ler Bide, ead
Lau,r in ibe tough. euledaut
gnilrj Oimiiirf.
George Thompson.
a
1 hirlr year. iro lhar oara, to th United
Statu, I rum Knglnnii, ana whoet miaaion
it an to oonault with lb. Abolitiooieu nf New
Bnelnud, thnn n pelt, hnndlul of tourftd, din
oonteutad nnd fanalicil men. Uii f iit tu
n brief on. Kvcrjwhere thnt ha di,clo,ed
the purpoaea and project! ol hit miaarnbla
failb, iba paopla raaa in indignation again,!
him; mob, nprntie; up warnin(i id bit path;
lb, popular Uie, probation mauileated itaalf
in town, and citiea alike, and tha roieearr
trouble and bate, after eowing tha aeede ofaeo-
tmnaliaia broadcatt, dmtined to f row Into a
crop whole product wan civil ttrifa and na
tional ruin, returned ; again to hi, own coun
try. Tha character of tha man and the wiak
crinee, of hi, (ncial and political belief ia well
conveyed in a letter written by him in 1834, to
a lannlic in lenneaaee, John A. murriil tij
name, and found among Murrlll'i paper,. Be
wa, advieitir a general conoert of aclioo
among tha elavi-a, who were to riae at a given
moment, and, to uae hi, own word,, "let looae
the arm of destruction upon their mnatere.
and their prnpertv, ao that the judgment of
God might be viaiblf seen and felt." He lav,
down another plan in thi, letter, coolly, calm
ly, deliberately, fiendiihly, and wa quote
for tha purpoae of ahowing our reader, bow
completely the proposed work baa been car
ried out. The letter bean data March ISth,
1B:i lie any, :
"We mutt reach tha tyrant in another way.
We can prepare tha feeling, of moat of the
Northern and Kaatera people by lecturing.
The diaaolution of the Union ia the object lo
be kept eteadily in view. War will reault, and
lacking, and pillagn, and imurrectiou will
follow. Their citiea, with all tha merohan
dite, may ba destroyed, their bank, plundered
ofapeoie, their paper discredited, ao that
thouiand of Eastern capitalists would suffer
great losi, and would honcsforlh consider a
slave country an unsafe place to make invest
ments. This stale of affairs would naturally
diminish the value of alave property, and dis
gust even the tyrant with tbe polioy of slavery,
while the whole country would be in a stale
of anarchy and poverty. Their banking In
stitution, and credit sunk into disrepute, it
would be an easy mattar lo effect the total
abolition of slavery. Desperate di leases re
quire desperate remedies."
Thia was the plan concooted, and most ful
ly has it been carried out. Lecturing, agita
tion, undermining, peraistently working in
season and out of season, with ore object in
view, aided by Kntisb counsel and British gold
have all been thoroughly tried, and wa to-day
look upon a divided country, a ruined people,
and such scenes of herror and blood-shad as
the world has never known. Tbe little pois
on has infected the body politic, tbe weak
band of zealots haa grown to the ruliag power
of the land, administering tha government.
overbearing all opposition, Imprisoning, pun
ishing, robbing whoever presume, to doebt
lhair right to beggar tha country in the name
Ola laisa pniianiiiropy.
jli we ena ot lairty years, wnue ia neara
on a score or battle helds Iba shock of con
tending armies vf brethren, who but four
years ago, from Maine to Florida, and from
the Atlantic to tha f acihe coasts, acknowled
ge the same flag, and "one Constitution and
one destiny" while the land ia desolate, and
tbe people aionra, Ueorge Thompson come,
among us once more to feast hi, eyea on the
accomplished work, the result ol such leach
Inya as his and those of hi, compeers. How
is he received 1 As a murderer, with loath
ing and ooulainptT A, a criminal, so vile
tout honest men avoid bimr As a monster
steeped in blood, crimsoned with the lile-enr.
rent of thousands of freemen ? No but with
honors innumerable, with processions, with
mono, with e, leeches ot welcome and address
es filled with adullalion, with ovation. In cit
ies, and a succession of leadings and rejoic
ings Boston ia entnhaiaalie over bim ; New
York extends a genial and hearty rreetinr,
Cod ires, votes ilie aaa of the Hall of the Hoaae
of Representatives, at Washington, and rresi
dent aod Uabinet, Senators aad Representa
tives, tienernis ana uagee, go to bear and ap
plaud him. Tha Vioe-freeideot introduced
him lo the asaemhlatte, and when Mr. Thomp
son exclaimed "Thank God, tha hour for
compromise ia past," enthoaiaalio applansa
broke from rreaident and people alike. Tbe
name of John Brown elicited outburala of an
qealined approbation. Here ia a paragraph
from hia epeeoa which every American should
read with the blush of shame mantling
cheeks:
"Ueorge Washington, nearly eighty-three
year, ainoe, gava tbe American satioa the
boon of Independenoe la oaa day Abraham
Lincoln haa oonlarrad a aura estimable bless
ing, by proclaiming tha Federal nation
home ol impartial aud umveraal freedom.
Ueorge Waabington, tha fojader of Am.
can liberty, must, according to thia authority,
take a lower place in the eatimatioa of
countrymen, when the claim, of Abrahaaa
Liucolu are considered. Washington, b? aac
rificet, hardships, sell danial, year, of patient
endurance, waa tbe chiel inalrumeat in
hands ol aa overruling Providence) for the
of a free government for white
men. It seem, aim oat olaaphemou, to men
tioa the name of Abraham Lincoln tn
same paragraph with that of Waabington. Tha
one the "Father of hia country" tha other
Ihe destroyer of a great people's liberliee,
foe ol couaiitutional government, and the
of civil liberty. Vet thia English faaalio
ay that be (Liucolo) "baa oualerrad a mora
aatlmabia bleasing" on aa
The times hava indeed aadly changed whaa
inch man aa George Thompson ia welcom
ed with hoeenneha; coining among na, too.
he does, lo glory over tha desolate aad devaa-
taiea cunaiuon 01 our country ; navoe spread
ing over the whole land: war aabelilatad
the hum of industry, aud the ana of peace
hrother meeting brother with arms ia
hands and murder la hiaaaul: the foundation.
ot government rooted up, aod a new order
thinga tpringiag from the ruins of tha
government ever, aalabliabea) furoiviuaed
AOVKKT1SIMO RATKI.
I IN DA1LT.
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On auara, thiterm(H.H...HH....M.r..MM
Ona atiunra, aaa tNiilHH,.HHfNmi-
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Ott aiitw, ona nostn.....
Oaa atira, thraa m?ulha,
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oaa aUM. an anosuta,,
IM W 1 R h LT.
Ona auara, affrhty varda. ana wajtnM.min-w.i4A
raraquaraiaaohwaKm auuuaa,.M...-..M.MM
Far auuara, ana vaar,...,M ......... ... U
aw'rnia for Ativartlatiiantfl aooapfing a ffraaia
arftmoa, or for a lonicar aanad thao -ot aiciflM, mad
known at Ito Counting: Kaosi. --AU ajTarttaviai I
araahanrad at thaatiova rMM, ualaai a wrttunaara
winntiamatla pranoua ta inMrtion. aarAU casual a4
f-nrttTifnUi rrniBl fnflB aHrB
an administration ignoring twenty million!
of white men, and lending in power, and en
ergies tu build np a miscegenetio nation of
"mixed bloods. Yet tbeae fanatics would
hava ns believe that we have Improved oa the
work of oar fathers, and that greater than
Washinglou fills the exeoutiva chair, in tha
person of the "smutty joker" from Illinois.
Bridgeport Out) rarmtr.
The Red River Expedition.
The Battles in Western Louisiana—A Complete
Federal Defeat—Smith Succeeded
Only in Saving Banks Army from Annihilation
—Indignation Against General
Banks—List of Wounded and Missing
Officers.
Cairo, April 12 A special dispatch to tha
Chioago 7Vmf say, the Gladiator, Hanry
Ames, Albert Pearce, and Sultana hava ar
rived from New Orleans, with dates of tha
13th, l tlh, 15th, and lCib.
Several correspendents of New Terk paper,.
who wore on the battle-field at Pleasant Hill,
report the whole affair a complete defeat, and
that Uen. Hmitb only succeeded In saving
Bank,' army from total destruction. Wound
ed officers aod men arrived in NewOrleani,
and brought np on these boat, to Vicaiburg,
report tha same thiag, Gen. Hansom waa in
New Orleans on tha ICth. Great indignation
wa, manifested by general offieera against
Banks.
Among the wounded and muting are Col.
Vance, 9tith Ohio; Lient Miller, Gth Missouri
Cavalry; Lieuta Graham and Meader, bUb
Illinois, Capt McC'ullougb, 11th Illinois,
Lieuls McCulloueh and Wyman, 11th Illinois;
Capt. Morae, 16th Indiana; Lieut, Jones, 10ik
Illinois; Major Reed, 113th Illinois; Lieut.
Col. Lindsay, 48th Ohio; Bergta Simpson and
Undwell, and privates ITamer, Hmitb, Burn-
hard, Collin,, Carey, Francis, Eaton, and
Chamber,, of the kith lllin ois; Lieut CoL
Webb, 77th Illinois, waa killed; LapL ureeae,
8th Missouri cavalry, waa wounded; Captain
Chanman, of GaD.raaklio'i ataff, bad both
i ' i . ir K
i.rv .am ua. lav
The Ohio Belle arrived at New Orlean, on
tha 16th with 300 woaodad and 67 prisoner! .
of war. . .,
Ohio State Asylum for Idiots.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, April 16, 1864.
By act of the General Assembly of Ohio.
passed March., 1BC4, tha sum of twenty uve
thousaad dollars was appropriated for the pur
poae oi purcnaaing a site and erecting auild
mga for the aaa ol Ibis Inititutioa; and br tha
Same not tha Trustee! were authorised to "re
ceive by gift a tract ol land suitable for a aaa
for aaid Asylum, and in sucb locality in the
State, ooaiidering beallbrulneei of aitoatioo,
facility of acoeu, pricea of living, and coat of
land and building materials, aa ,uch True lees
shall find most desirable aad heat suited for the
purpose ol aaid luatilotion.
Said Traateea are, also, by the aet organi
sing the Institution, passed April IT, lUST,
and by joint resolution agreed to on tha 11 tit
day of May, 18151, aalborised to receive and
hold laud, money, or building material, for
the benefit of aaid Institution. ' -
Tbe Trualeea invite attention to tha forego
ng action of the General Assembly, and
would be happy to receive any proportion,
which benevolent individuals or corporate aa
thorities may (eel disposed ta make for dona
tion, therein specified, or for sala of laud for
a site auitable for (aid Institution.
Proportions for donation, or aala of read
for a ,ite lo ba directed to the Trustees, a ara
of (J. A Doreo, M. I)., Sup't of the Ohio Asy
lum for Idiota, Columbus, Ohio, and made
previous to the 20th of next.
N. S.
P. HITCHCOCK,
J. A. LUTZ,
Trusrees Ohio Asylum for Idiots.
Paying Dear For the Whistle.
hia
tha
ae
tabUahmeat tha
Tha war between tbe North and the South
haa bow beea waged for three yeara. -We
hava called into Ihe service 1,775,000 aoldiera.
We hava now ia tbe field aay 600,000 nea.
There hava beea discharged oa aocoant of
woundi, disability aad eiokoeas. together with
the desertion,, aay 376,001). This leaves 00,
000 mea sow dead and buried. Thia ia a
liberal calculation ia oar favor, fori! we eon Id
reach the exact loss in our army tha total
ity of deaths would aot fall short of a million
f live. W have stotea and freed, from tha
rebel, from 75.000 to 100,000 degroea, admit
it lo be 100,000. Thia war from the be in
ning, haa been a war for the liberation of
Southern slave from their owner, la the in
tent ol lha instigators, though it baa only beea
publicly avowed for. th last two yeara. To
aay nothing of tha injury, loea, and cruelty to
nineteen twentieths ot the poo alavea, ta aay
nothing of tha destruction, losa of property,
demoriiiaation af our populatioa, tbe untold
miseries ol tbe wooaderi aad broken ufwn
constitution of th discharged, ecUier,, to
aay nothing of all thia loee I the body politic,
it oaa eaueea u u ailed Bute ia debt, en
tailed upon future gcBeralioee,alrea4y$3, 000,
000,000. To sum up the groa, amount, wa
have, ta order to liberate 100,000 alavea, and
snake them wore off than they were) whaa
with their meaitre, created a debt of S3,00ti
000,000 aad sacrificed the lives of 900,000 of
our fallow eiltiensl I aot thia; ia the-' tea
range of lh immortal Ban. Frenklie, "i'awog
Peat forth Whiatl f " JV. Y. Kern.
, ; :ll
the
en
emy aa
for
The Now Tork rtmts, apaaking af rhaeaae
tf Mr. Long, says : x
"The resolution of ceasnre, as passaed by
a acant majority, waa but a mar expedient to
aav appaerenoee, while becking l .
graceful poaition."
What a pity that the republican parly can
not elect any body ao aay pueisioB, wit boat
hi getting the couatry or lha wetty into a
"disgraceful poailiou" from which there ia no
exit, aav hy a equally di,graefu-"beck!n(
oat." ,. Will it make ita. climes' v by nt eimilar
method of closing the war? Weahali ae.
hie
of
beat
saea
' MaTA, Coaway, of Kansaa, a radical, made
a spaach a rear ago iu favor af reowscauing
the iodoprudeno of th Houtbern Coat,dera
cy, he should hava boea turned oat of C'oa
grew "belor Long.'! . ... ... la,- ,.,..

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