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HUBBAHD i RROTH Kit X, RuipU Hullilla, 110 Main street. DAILY KJIPIRIC. fT tank, (.payable Wrier.).,.... - lay mail per annum, Io advarvoe,.!..... ... soo .I'". 1) WKKKLIf K.WPIH. i. Oueopy par enoxxo,. ...-.... , J! . ejrThe Rwrisroirmilaieafreeel ee"'ese io Mont. Iarf eeuaJy. r"yaien.ilnedvAena Jleees.-ai ' JOB PHIiSrXINQ- ' Of every JeecrlpiSos, mmo' en "leer Pree.ee, In tM ii etrte, end ' reaeonaule prloer. UlJill"!JB."Saeg I VOJv I. "J"-..i .. .'Uii.L- ...LjnL'L.1.1.. . f.lll"""!!lJ!,,J""" "V: 1 !"ULL l" DAYTON, OHIO : MONDAY, MAY 9, 1864. NO. 226 AUVKHTlimO HATklP). IS DA1LT. rin. uuui. inlshle worda. mibVi eenanrUoB...I A1 One eqnara, three ilnya.n One equare. ene weeu,... 1 t 1 W wm aoiaarw. aa aneoui.. T A On tetter, eta monLhaM.M.....M..,,.,......r....m. 10 IN WtRljv.T. -Ono aqrurw, Mfhty woH.onewadtA..l CU Paransra.wAuaj wek in aidition..M..MMM ott Par sqiarA one Tear .mn.e.H..H.... It Vtl Mitrini lor Adfertisenianta eccnpying treat m pwoa, or for longer period iban sttore sporifleo. mea known at tha founttn. Koom. -WAll adTertiaemot t araobarged at tboaroo rat, unless a wTitWnajrra wient is made prorioys to insertion . All oasuai ad ynrisments trinoUr ps'd fnrlB adsnre. Professional Cards. Medical. Medical. Skirts. Groceries, &c. ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ANI "NO T A it Y 1' U I I C . WILL arr.o ia fcaieeia entrusted to till with dUenie, rompH and'itrtf. 4'ttm-il or 'l In liliotf, .nuUi of Ollin Oahll i elltce, id Um rvein eMUiert y T. o. Lows. mexsdSiaMW if " - Wll.MDJR H. BKIjTIIjIK, ATTORM13V-AT-LA-W, ' PATTN,0H1. Off I0S -Se. S-l Mun treet, nwirly M.p..-.ne tne 0om Hon., ever tue r .mU Hieieoi .Iwliu d. aaeooeiry . t L"U.l""-iJ"- ODLjlN" OAHIU-. Attorneys & Counselors at Law (jrftii'l Building, Thlrrl street, kiMkinr 2lniY,I!5,C-,n ToJ. rnnrn. " K. 1'. I'rrrr. .- , . SMITH t OCPPV, ATTOttSEIS-AT - L. A. , 5 . . PATT. 01119. tKW"rt TeVBirilrilis, Tltird ik . jNrt, .j A i KH H. BAIK) O'l'T, (l.nte rratMte J:i.l, ATTORNBY-AX-LAW, 8. Btf lUPS--4rnd V I'li'llip.' Ruildinj. i-itrrmr f detnd enj Mall Mreet. e,leite.tie l-'reniclio .oase, IHytoo, olio. ,iliittwlni '- Uf.WILLUM EORY, PflYSllIAV AD SEKGEtM. 0 moEThird .tr.et, opposite til Public Square, JAHKI K.EIRNAK, Attorney and Counselor at Law , BflLLfefOKTAIME, OHIO, . , " " , W ILL atraiJ promptly l all buinea eofr iud iti aiecaro . . . uezsaiy JOUM ft. 'aiso.- HOCK McUiHON, ATTOHfEl 8-AT. L4 VI Eoorn beretoiore occupied by J. A. McilaJioo, Prit ioorwmt of ttaw M. S- Omiroh owar Mipat. l"'iJ ' THOMAM O. LOWK, - ' ATTORNEY AT LAW .m t DAYTON. OHIO. tir ILL 1r prompt ftttanlion to kll biisiotj-tn en. If trutd co hi or. j utSo tBOorrann Building, TWrd street, aulOy DR. CHARLBI ft, H.HOKDEH, EfcOFiHOB (if Annlsnl und Modoro LnjiftgF'i vtK Ltia, Oroek, Kr0f h, HpADiMi, Qermao, and rHsb.eonttnuM .titling Iftdie ftud soutlemao at Jkridae of hii rrt-ir(r ickolir, und at h'.ii w ??.?' Bf,c1'?. BullrflDt Wo. 1. ful9ltm A. O. BIILUyTn," PAP E R H NCER KOOM IS 0ftTOKt0IirBUItl)IS0,N0. 1,KU- , ,'Hi. OHBFIrfMMk MlMlB lii i l .Jimi! iji' . Groceries, &c. Hardware. ' JAMKI BKACKL1II, Coopers Tools, llardware, &c. .-fcw.- 31t Third itroot. - BlwINC piwucal mechanic, I kuow wlii kind oi Toj4i UJAotifcuto need) aod an ft tuck to mtithiMrwaani. --'wii nd m. nulrfui JH . R D W A. li 12 IEST QOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Mechanic's Tools, : Builder' Hardware, Cabinet Hardware, "" Farming Tools, TABLE AM) POCKET CITLLK, EMIH fc M Cat Circular Sam, WIAk ftll t)ii Goodi in th Hnnlwr Iid, irhioh wa W Nrpftr4t sll a lw anjr houo Kut or Waal Oail aad lAoaitt our toak bfor purohMlpg HhUwIy ' &NDKB90N POBB1N9. Co=partnership. ; CO I'ARTNKKSHIP. fflllll uodrtttfnd haw lht 1at fbrmd a co-pirt-1 aoratalp luidar Ml name and ftrm of BRKRN S 4 UXl.ii( for lh purpoaao Af lrannottnir a Wholaaale od Ratail Ctoihinic aud MrohaAt Tailonng Buxiuaaa, M Uia old HMnd of W. U. Brna, 94 Mkla alrrl,op Malta tha Court Rouaa.wbera they would he pLeaard io lha 0d IVlanda of th houe, and ait iitaua uaw Ottao aa uh flhvor lham with a call. WILLIAM i BnKEN, " .. . I AMORRW O. KIXOM. Dajrtoa, Fabruary 1, lUM-IalldlHwl Linimentum. WOKTHI or toe HIKItlEKXTH IIMI KV. DB. E, CUKWAVI I-1 1ST I M E 3S" T XTi For th fpeodr and ftctnal ouro of RHEUMATISM iff proftoaungiho "Ltoj man turn" to ttao publie a Mel bo( ami moat ouratiro tnaoioiiMia Oaf. Idoaol wiahto be uudmtood aa claimiu. rorttcbo power Of pamormiag ualiwd of cur, lii ltWeiaiM that for all the pmpoftoa of a FAMILV ktfitlAlt.UTt it liuu tKiual. The "LmiUiwuiuii.' Nr becai Known to Fall, Ib a ease of Rheumatism, bo mattor of how loo raBdina. whom the dirooMona were carfb1lr fultnw a!, mot, iadd, Io ho oaa of any dieoaso for w loci. In cMM o( aauraifla. paioa lotbabaoki tdo. aoxt uraoipe la tbe alauaehi ap reins, opirnU irrlia too sa4 waAtutaea, ohmaio aoroa, burn, atmlda, fro t o4 foot aod tuuida, (eutbanha. haadkcba, ie,,it aii ULaebrrA. i Ttko 'Linitmeahini M tha result of many yuera voraerorittji ax panmaot, and combines amoug ila rax aoiitteta ta pa .miaou at rirtuos of AN EXTRAORDINARY PENETRATIVE -..'.... , POWER,, , Whlob na athar Liniment poitevaea.and wbioh ta tha aaorac af lha wiiparallalad aa'esa which nieate lha "LialoiaAluai" wharavaril la uaad. TBI IT 0X01. AND TOU WILL KEVCB BE . WITHOUT IT. Hraaattipra Moast, SO cent,' and 1 botilaa, with (ail au Uuai for aaa, and Baauurautured only hr bl. ( CUNWAT. rrouriatoi. Tio. MVThird t., Dayton Oldo Jaraalatry mefananta aad , 4ftma? tforrvaar. . 1uUaawl ' a I" & - , BH ROSRCK'S ' BTOIlA.Cn J BITTERS ABB HOT -' TO BE EXCELLED ' AAA XOMAOHIC ' Am Jegulator arm DIGESTIVE OnUNl Cc a a vt.Wvx. vwvvc v clvvftoXV. Wve- "vW bu a ( ttmt'voX. atvA (X ve-aX , t2,vaoo o AW Ye.X o.A 8oun. !vwvt,ae,i.wv!av xvee,.a aw vrc. t S.owvatVv o vtv, tow Vvwv., fxtt. a Bilious Fever, Fever and figure, Liver Complaznt, (Dyspepsia,,."" ' Indigestion, Jazcndioe, , t Kidney Complaints, tvia aW. a'vrauxrc o x vv(v a, coi.oA o roit. xxva to.v too o.A VatAo, xsvvcv wo.V.v,m "Dr. "SLoWtV at A.etooT maa',5,,'v,fta ;"RoiacV ae.v,j.oo wvatv wva.& "d. 3l.Qoact,' at Vv. f'vtVv vatv, tto ate axva CovS0,f vv-v ota seac atva a.av.vae.a. avWt axav wvaxvtVvov . awA vt, "Lv ' tvoa V.c. - . I i" V.!. . . ,. av. W SoVaviVtve-v.", bX.t-.vvvva-'vav'a, "Ovfttver, TiWavtva- Thru gitUrt an put up in quart bottl, of vtKiah th above U aaa nm.iU. ffA lafc.1 i Jintly gravid, and U providsd with a aaft ' guard from ' eounttrftittra. ' (Priot $1 pr bottl, or fix far $6. , O. W. Jobaok, (ProprUtor, Jfo. 6 Eatt Fourth Birttt, Cincinnati,' to whom all ordtra thould bo ad-t drBod. " FOR SALE BY Was Wenstho and W Vf fit ewe rt, Pay tent Gears: L weyar. n isrnibiirg; Jiitoo aiairsr. t dios; j ti Amiar- Hon, Ceolar rillo; E M yare. New Lebutui; H Jack too, Cluunbrbfira: It K Hautr. Hsrnsburai D B ulwitie, .ronusT.Jie; Arnold i.imlteri.Hnutti ArDnfea; Jacob lnir. WfaiHaltimure: J KonkUA L?o.Gruiiuiltwn; J W Muri.lv, Vsndnlis; H Nickola, Lliwrty; U Hea, rarinersvilleiHeTerhnpVHn iWlaii J W Wrrmooi, WlUiitns fiwanar. Wavtlistliuiofn: IHtrker. Mm. Co; I'arkteburkr; aae. av imirrtsiB and MerabMiu Ceuaraiiy Uartvcgtuat tna tSJLaa Wiiseap asnMaHUfta ft I '.w LOOK OUT FOR THE GIANT SKELETON. HOOP SKIET FACTORY AT tt7, BBOOND ST., BET. MAIN AND LtTDLOW. Wa rjr particular aM nation to tke qaslitj of our naater i M and use only the beat hlni;Uah ttteH. Wo renairall the aktrti which wa se LwithnutsTtrs charge. .uar ratan GupartniaTit is fa caarfraordom potnt ladies. Corsets and Spiral Bast lea consUntly on hand. a WALDMAV. Mold wholes. and tm(I at Ho. St Bcond str,t. vmmo. , madly f" w;ir.-i'.-i'3i.i Insurance. The Best is che Cheapest. INSURE WITH TAB ' : iEIAA MStltlXCE COaPAXY, HARTFORD, OONN. lTTfKl AND INLAND NAVIGATION ItlSE9 aa. oep'Ad, now aa haratarorajat fair ratetnsd liberal O'lndmona. . UUblNtsa OONl0TB0witU eanatknt diaualch Hnd auraiy. . Losses ALWATI MIT nltli promptcaja aad uurnpieia juauc. HST AS3KH JANUARY, U6A, oofl,oae 00 4. TUB PLAN AMD ORGANISATION of thr iKtna, an r rony-nra years Severn trial, naa ifaiiaeotn? greatest puolio advantage and suodasa of ttift va. rioiis ayitems of Fire lunantnco in the ooao.tr It is an bi-iter than Ter prepared for daiy. BIXTKKN THOUSAND LOrttt oLaIMM knrebeoo aottled ' MXTKKN MILLlufiiti W DOLLARS I , THH CONSUMPTION OP PROPERTY BV FIRM, is the United Statai, nvra(a over fioo.ouo daiir Ii Tour property posed miii tinnrotw.Le-iT ABft VOU INsijKKu? If not.wnynott Thero ta IrifliDf-; the duty is rnaoilaNt; ttmivanlt may t f your escape from rum wlnio daisy and nKio may inrolro you In benkn.i'tcy, por rty or inr ) diHAPprntmrnl. I PAKTiUULAK ATTRITION and tegard ianivaa to eraftrl risks as well a large onea. Able securi ty and su parlor ooinmorotal adrantages a horded. Policies Iitned trltboat Delay, reSAdlf JOHN R. 8T0PPSLHAN, AfinM The FAinitKS' & HEiltllAMV INSURANCE COMPANY OK DAYTON, OHIO. Ot'PlB NO, IX MAI" 8TRKET. 0PP03ITJI THE CAPITA! BTOCK.. 100.0UO FIRE MARINE Thti Company offer, auperior iDdnoemeiita to all peraone de.lrinK property in.ured. Fire ant Marine n.lca are taken on ail inaurabta property upu lha BOARD OF DIRBCl'OlU: Alfred Prudeu, Emanuel Shulia, John H. Winters, "K Aunm, jeno n. Ulwln, t R u. Harslimao, B. a. Waly , K. B. Oarl. ii la Crawford. BKDBKN Ii. HAIlSIIMA,PMidDl If. W. W.ai,T. Mrfrv. f... ,i-t Insurance. Shirts. DEMOOHATIO SHIRT MANUFACTORY RALPH C. MoOHACKEN. DKALBR in fln LinAnn, both Iriatt and flermia. Btld tfr.ntlanaA.n' ITiirtiiBh nu CHat U ,.i Tkinda. ' v' pin L'nen made to order, by measurement, and a neat At UAraniood. I'aper Pa tier na out. N0. r?EHT roiIRTH HTRKKT, OPPOtflTB THE 1 i II Utile I M Ai II, lBTI Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. ."J of nariKauon batweeaS JT J f If mti m i. tal.he atwte namad port,,.1 fsw. vaai tbefollowmg nrat-elsss aorew steamers: "WKiTtj ;..Oantaln R. BrTsnt, OUHUMAN a.V..3,0ilm j. M.iww. uonnerticcwiin trie Ina Kajlway at butfoio tot all points In tha East. hciliuee otterad by this Una, for fretjj.t or pnssaf o id. w.ufinuHB, Agent at Bandusky. J. M. OBORS, a ow'l Wr...ht t r. r. (i n n fut4in. ( Trunks, &c. SEW TRIM iHAMFAtTOHY, HO. 73 THIRD fiTHKKT, fA YToN, OHIO, fiffE :1HWK w a i VF JUADOW'JI MAKHLI I AAD. WE would moat raspauifully io form the eliiaoiii of Dayton and tha pabha in geueial thai we haro opened a Trunk mauti'sctory, nhra wa wtil kop on kod al kinds of Trunks. Vsit-s. Oarpat euu irsTeuug uses, an oi wmoa wwiuaiiaitauir sale or rotsil as ctictn as snv hons in th ritv. Partioulsr Biieutiun paid to repainng old trunks. Upholstery. OMAHLM. HAIUHKK. GEE8AL ITHOLSTESER, OHIO LO0K,THIUD BTBPFT (MR. HlITKLL't lh klndeof DpholitenoK.suoh aa Boras, flairs, Wola, Mairmaaaa.Ao., doootoordor. Oarnotaout aud AttaM, wimtow uurtAins huutf nud all kUtUs l r psjnnji djnaat thaabortaal ncacoand moat rtaMto. Ua lenna. - m iteViAm iar ftllospa a4 arwty. Para or k Co. OAaJ t.O tl IK I Baia. KUWAUU O'BHIKS at BKOTUBU, WHOLESALE GROCERS Ana in ps sTriBt or Brnaiea. lrinre, Olni, Ctnra, antt Ii-Iah nt wrote k w auayi ARflMALlUlll Do" illc Wines and Llquorw. A LOO Agv-.d for SaU of Pare Bourbon TVblskj, Ho. aoi Hsnl trff.t, Day twn, Ohie. 1 TC(5 lOAre mont reupectfiely to aonHAint thplr rue. tomerAnd ths noTtmnnitr ffenerally. that tht-wd hare eutrtd in'e pftrtoerhip, uri'ler tha name anr.4 siTieoi a,, v tfuiivn oft'JiHKs, for Uia purpose orenrrymg on thA wholms'e grocery. Iniuor, nmr and totimioo bustntsn in Dayton. Ohio, av tha late isrid of K. ')'Br on, No H". Nroud street. rlAf tog Ample mesne ta enable us t purohaa goos 'Tom the Iwht homon in New Tork, Baltimore and Phflartelphia, aud hamg had fifteen years' expenen-n in the trsde, we hold out the bant inducements to our old customer end -II others who may bo kind enough to purctme from tl M "'HRlKN.late of twe Irra af O'BHeo A Pee Toledo, Ohirt, will riorote hi time and attention to plmweall thoite who mar noma to tny at Ihis well, known IIoikp, s,nd t1 . O'HRtKN, will treat the ctm munilyb Iter, if pomihls, th n err before. WMh of u fe ery i;rrttful for past fsTora, and earne-tly no lieitn share of your future patronage. aulfMnw m J. B. OILEKRT CO., WLolasale dealers In FOHKION AND DOMESTIC GROCERIES & LIQUORS N08.7J AKD7I 8KPFKR80N 8TBMT, OPP'lSITE MARK'-T HOUHR. an!9lly Grocery and Provision Store. ANTHONY WOHL, - . . IS MARKET STREET, HAS AReodeupply af all kinda af ta. beat Pamilr ururenea and Proviaiona, auoh aa Dour; oiit meat: com meal; dried fniitai haiai dried ber: fi.h: Limbu ffr oheae; Holland herring; lea; off-.; auar; alopi e; elnrea: tobaoco: anufl. Ao. . Alao. qiieen.ware; yallowware; willew baak!ta, and, In fact, rare areola a-eded oy lanaiU . auUJ3ra NprW GROCERY . - ; , t ' .. AM. . t PROVISION STOBE HO. 1W FIFTH BTBERT, DIGCET'8 BLOCK. STOCK NEW AND FRKSH. f0V NT BY prodmoa taken IB aiotaanga forQreoerlea aldlmawAia l JOHPJ BISKEL, Aen(. Millinery. TO MILL1XERS & r.EUtllAMS. DEVOf A CO., m A AS PBABL ST., ' WWel.rVSALI Mtlllnorjr Oatoda 6lSAS AK flHAWLO Oii.crwm.Ti, Fai l. are now nroparod to offer for Tour tosp ot.wn . objldreirsawMW, fur, ploah ad fslt H TS AND BONNETS, RIBU0S8, KlOffKBs rSATURES, Laccs,Iioad Dresses Beltings &c . lucliidin erery deacripttoD of f I LL IH E R Y QOODS. Ourfaemtte. lor manufacturinc Cloaks,Sacques,Mantilas Prom aM th nw fabrics, are aneh that wo can supply tbem lowsr Un joa oan gel tbea olsewhere. Our stock of PALL S H A."WH,S Compnta at tha aoyattiea In bulb fbrwtn and domaa- be. Our buyer bottif constantly Ii Kw York:, wo will offer all (joods in our hue at lowest anarkAt qhwi i..f Cash. A call, before purch&MOC elsewhere. wM result to yourauynotane ' - weipoenuiiy, pevou a oe., ae1T BSit.1 s Pes?! nrt, Om"innf( Lost LOST AM pert-ons are harehr oaurioned arninst nerotia'ioa: for a note drawn t V me. dated Phni aiy 4, Uft. for tour hundred snd twenty-two dollars and trn reita(tSt iO),Uiirly deyw, and payablo at pirn mion, umiik, iiidciddrui io lue oracr or u. W Rowland, baid note haa len toet. nad all noraoas aro riutd not to purrhaao or rer.iTthe esme. I 4unn a nmitft. Ur.JOHW A. MINIOK- Tha note sHbHa. tn tihsvs I never rt-a'-hd ma by nisi I or otherwise, aiM is no lotKr Tana as attsinst yon on idt arrount. U. W. HUWUalV. Cin'efaW, VeVunnr 1. tflt.4--fe1Mtf Hotels. UNITED STATES HOTEL nrirn BTttricT wnfiiv.M Directly cppoaite the Bos too, and W oroatr kAMlroad TH R vmtoratCBod. who haa beon ooimoctod with the ArnTi'-sn Huute, tn tbiseity. 'or over nine rani. baa led Mvts well knewa and pnpniaj- Hotel for u ;IM Itvttfl. - rniwt. as heraioforo, Two j)oMara per day. rn'-Tirm TRts'K M PtMT tne putt-In' tn u" bif tiut efforts to euisin the rtp. utation of th UNI1B0 bTATKd UOTKL.as a flrst. clAtt huuso Th puMio may rely uMn Andiair. nt tKlaa ht-allM.. kl. thai HUEaI LfAOBAB iXkd AtA-fnlnrta. til Si A rial. Clothing. 1ST 35 AV a O O 13 8. ailRT MILLER, MERCHANT TAILOR, HL'bTOk Bt'ILDISiO.OUR THIRD A JBrrEKMlN, HAH Juet received hi. .took of Sprint and Hammer Uusda, aowpnaiBf all tta Ml atylea U llotlis, Casslmrres & Vesting, Whwk ha wiU Make a t. aedar la Ik aeat alyla. Cal' and nivapiaa Irtei.. . maUkbra- 1NT MILLER Clothing. Leather Store. NEW LEAT HER8TORE. ADAH WUIAUAttTAk-H, . .. ftHA Third atraal. UPd tooiinay.o kand all kind, af Leather, aiioVia.loi.; U.pr; kip; oaif-akin.aud morvco. rartii aud bridle lea iter; alio, aiurltim; aLoa flndiofr, Ac. I n. li iheelpriea U aaa w4 rr Bide, and LaerUlua toey aal4Ua . to Danger! Th Iplcgraph Hunouuces that Go'er.ior Marlon rakda a ftirioua Rpeecb ai IndiADBpolil OD lb eTeuitig ot the 20th inntant, in refer ence to enlistment of 100 daya' men, in which he ia repo.-ted to have paid, among other thing, that iheifl men should be promptly uaed to pat down enemies to the Goeerntaeat, and oppofters of the war in tha North, aa well as th South. He stigmatised Democrats as enemies to the Government. Wa hops for the peace ot our state that Uovernor Morton ban uo such iniention, that these assertions of his are only the ravings of a man momen tarily mad with the exoitement of the - occas ion. Whatever it may be, it is wall for the Democratic press to sound tha alarm of dan ger, and bid the people be prepared for it. We warn the Uovernor that tha Democracy are not asleep. They are watching bitn now, as one would watch a thief that is prowling about his house. Let him bnt make an at tempt touae military force to prohibit the Democrata of Indiana from the exercise of any of their roustitutional rights for snch a purpose as he proposes and he will light a bre that he will be unable to quench. Let him but commence the operation, and (be rry "to arms,', will resound throughout the North west, and the response thereto will be a tot ror to him and to his minions. He will bear the tramp of marshaling forces from bis own door war. At tha sound of the tocsin, a hundred thousand muskets, born by as many stalwart arms, will flash-in the sunlight, to be osed for se'f-protection and in "defense of Constitutional liberty. It Morton does not know the temper of the Democrats and con servktiveH, and Ibat they will never stand the inauguration of each a movement he had best learn it soon. If be does not want to sea war in hia own Slate, does not want blood to run, Hnd fire and famine to do its work of desola tion, let him any he was beastly drunk when he made the speech in which the aasertioni were made, and not attempt to use the croups for such a pnrptise. '. Wayne Timet. Three Years of War. This day three years ago, the bloody dra ma of civil war whs inaugurated by the bora bard men t of Fort Sumpter, Daring those ter rible years of war and devastation, what myr iads of homesteads have been made desolate, ana what bitter anguish has lac.'rated the het.rlj ot fond wives and mothers, and sisters, at home. And still tha end is not yet, there is no silver lining visible in the durk cloud, and to all human appearances, the aanguina ry struggle ia to be continued for years to j cooie. Hirers of blood will coutinne to How, m ii . ....' u m i. umi.iiuu .111 uuw in the train. The public appetite is not yet glut ted, and the cry is still ior human gore. It would seem as if beaveu had a controversy with this nation, and that a loone rein was givn to all the baser passions of the human heart. This cruel and sanguinary war is un parallelled in the history of the world r tuioly, ther has been nothing la eqnal it in maguitude and atrocity, aiuce the introtiste lion of Christianity in the world. But we for bear any farther remarks. The subject ia to gleotny and repulsive to contemplate. ' Ok, when shall peaoe smile again upon a restor ed Union, and a happy people when shall our "swords we turned into plow sharra and our apears into pruning books?' Never! never! I Lancatlrr Intelligencer. That a mania prevails in th publio mind is unhappily too apparent to ba denied, i A popular prejudice against slavery is made the li ver to overturn the institutions of our country, and on their ruins to establish a cen tral, irresponsible tyranny. Too few in their zeal auint slavery, remember that in their unwarranted efforts to destroy it, they at the same time destroy ibsir own liberties; A blow given without warrant, at tha rights of others, is certain in its rebound, to injure him who gives it. Tbis war to pat down sla very, aaa no more warrant in law than a war to put. down the marriage relations of the South. Th North has no more right to in terfere) with th on tiinn the other. Tha the ory of tbia government as we said in the out set, is too much ignored Each Stale must be led to control us domestic uhairs, aad when th Federal Government interferes, it zer oises a tyranny unwarranted, aud which il persisted in, must result in consolidation or dissolution. ' , . KiwrouRDLAVD HoDiswivis. While cut ting bread and butter tor me, my boat sua complained of the difficulty of keeping the bread thawed ; "and yet,'' she aaid, "I put the loaf in th bed, and wrap it olos a soon aa vr the boys turn out" Alas I ior a weak stomach. . However, it was that food or none for me then, and 1 had to overcome all qualms Liule did I expect that ia my own kou.e aay such anode was ustd On night, however, near the same lime, my brother, who had lately come from England, wanted supper ia my absence. Th two aeve-ata werw gone to bed, and upon searchinc theiuuitrr for him- aelf he found ao bread. In the morning plen ty was on the tabl ; and he asr.sd how it was that nonewa to be loauU lb ligbt before. Tha girl's reply was, "Oh I sir,, wa always wrap op tha bred and nine it itr the foot til oor bed at night "llorUti Lit mmd Work ta A4wfoundlunil. - . A Cliai Cask. Newspaper people ara proverbially U'tapvtajeas wall aa virtuous, wi hetieva !kt.t tine nt ihe erefr AiA u.l alii.htlv tight a few days ago, and tb following is a aampie oi nts paper ins aaxt aay: I ea- IF.IkP at A l,ub. . - erne I Mian B a ... A., Jones or Smith, with a heel in the hole of ui trowsers, committed arsenic by swallow ing a dose of suicide. Tb veniiot of tb inquest cam to th jury that tha deceased came to th fart in aocordanr with his death. lie left a child and six small wives to lament Ui ud of his unfortunata loss. Ia daaih w ar In th midst f .Itlo." C.Utlwt should b aa, ttot beard. -.. , [Prom the Uriana Union.] Letter From Catspawton. April 30,1864. 2ir Mr. Union: I have been terribly la" ken in. 1 waa persuaded to join th Volun teer Militia last year, and waa told that we would have nice uuilorms, and that w would get fines enough from th fiat-foots to keep op oar organisation. Besides it was told round among ns quietly that none but loyal Republi cans were to be admitted, and, as our compa ny was in town we would have guns and a lit tle privet store Ol ball cartridges, sent in con fidence from Columbus, a we might have to keep th Democrats . in order. At any rat we did nol have any Democrats tn it, except juat a few to make tbe thing took fair. Now they hav got a new law and they call as National Guard, and Governor Bothel Breeohea has got us called out for on hun dred days, to do guard duty and let th real soldiers go and fight. But we have been fool ed so often we begin to feel shy about -every thing the talky palriota tell mi W find that th chief patriots, who always volunteered first, and tried to hav their names put own at the head, always had something bappea to them, and justat tb last conld not go, and whon wesqnirrel huntera went to Cincinnati to protect the city, three same men who did go then, voted to stay in the big warehouse and not go over to Kentucky. I tell you Mr. Union 1 am not tbe only man in trouble. Our boys say that thy nvr dreamed of having to go out of tb country, and at th first bint of it son of tbem cot substitutes while they wer cbesp. Now they are quite dear, and on of our-caiaf patriot who only put bis name down, io cacoursg others ana did not intend to muster except in pleasant weather, is sorely troubled about having to go, as be ha eight small children which he cannot loav except for two or tire months at a time, when a loyal speculation-offers. He offered four (mall boys in succes sion as substitute!, but th cruel captain would not take them, and a hia wife ha tto brother within reach he has bad finally to send his own brother. Our patriotic Governor is put ting as to much trouble, and we would scold about it if the patriot did not tell os to keep quiet, as it might plena th copperhead ao we niggerheads must aland it Yours truly, .." THOMAS SMITH, JR. A Singular Case. About a year aince a gentleman and lady appeared in Ceatreville, Ind , and b hang out his shingle inscribed "W, , S. Johnson, Dentist." The lady was yonng and prepos sessing. They seemed to be poor and avoided sooiety, (bough the people seemed to take con siderable interest in them. He got business, and was apparently doing well until a few days since, when a man named Seymour, from Livingston county, Michigan,' preaented him self and claimed Dr. Johnson's compauion aa bis wife. He said he had lived with her with out serious trouble till she had borne him five children, when she left him with Johnson, who had been boarding with them." An interview between the partita resulted in 8eymoar's ac cepting a sum of money for his wounded hon or and left; but be wrote to the woman prom ising to forget ani forgive if she would return to him: - A warrant was issued araioet John son, but be was allowed to escape, and ah left, it is said, to return to ber husband. The President's Oath. Mr. Lixcolx has taken op th notion that hi oath to preserve tbe Coaatltntion to tb best of hia ability, does not reqaire him to do it in the way required by tha Constitution, but that h may us any means that k think i'n dupennbli and that 'measures otherwise uneonslitatioral. baceme lawful by neeoming iadispeasiU.' T hi make th whole Consti tution consist in what he thinks iudiapenai ble. Perhaps he may tkink of doing without a Congress, aad without a Judicial court, aad do their business by a military oommiaaion. Who knows ? There are a great many thousand people who have taken an oath to tuypori tha Con stitution, aad tb.y will leal it induptmiblt to keep tbeii oaths, without any change or shadow of turning Urbana I'mtm - National Debt. Th best definition of a National Debt ia to b found ia "Tb Tin Trumpet," where it is most aptly defined Mortgaging th prep erty of our posterity, that w may tb better destroy that of our . contemporaries dis counting for the future, tor tb purpose of tormenting lb present exhausting the re source) of many ages, that th pugnacity and weak ambition of our own asay be rendered th more extensively mischievous." 7e commend this deSoitioo to those who cooeeiv a national debt to be a national Massing. . , ; Rci.KS or Lira Rome runevnlenl tnnlviii. ael has laid down tb rule at life, and a is- marka: lha longer I live lb mor I real th importance of adhering to the rules which I hav laid dowa ia aarh atitrm 1 he.. aa littl aa poaaibl of whatever I to lb pre judice of obeni. 2. To believe nothing of me ama until i a"s aosoiuteiy lorcea 10 it 3. Never to drink In th spirit of on h cir culates an ill report. 4 Always to modern!, as far as I cao, the unkindness which is x' pretsed towards other ft. Always to belirv that, if the ol bar aid wer heard a vary dif ferent account would be given of th aaUtr, Look ret God over alll Ho the 'tired heart fall back apoo this, lil a bane on, it mother's breast. No rebuff therel Ah I wet w not ao childishly impatient, were wt'Wtl. ling to wait Hia time, instead of demanding our own imperative now I: Could are sleep sweetly, and trust him fur th waking 1 B the sky bright or cloudy, could we only trust? Ah I ueauy a hard leeeo mat leara, many a rebellious laar eh ok down, many a despairing "why baal tbou forsaken me," alike, are we can ream that sweat, tranquil ' lessoa "God ovr alt T" i ,.- . i , V.sj Th Wat ok of th season is FornsV as suming to speak "tor royal and brav m,"