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UUUUAllU UrtU.. K ll "' FRIDAY, JCNE 21, 18C4. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. BSCBKTMtT OF WTATK, WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG Of fte-oac ;iDiy. JUIHHtn, (ma rrt.t Taw.) . PfllLAPfcLPU VAN TRUMP, 1 Ot f'irtUi4 Cou' if. (TO rilL Trwr!M.) MACHUS C. WUIIEI.EY, ol nno. k County. ' Hhnrt Vnran,:)', ALEXANDER b. BOYS, 4 if HibrhlftnS ttoiinxv. AITORf.F.'r CiKVF.R!, LYMAN K. CR1TC11 FIELD, 'j Ol Holme County. j CllMPTROM.rB OF THI TRKAMURY, WILLIAM S V. PKF.NT1SS, 01 Franklin t'ounty. " nniMi; roMMiasi'Jjii'.R.' ALEXANDER R RAMSEY, , Of rtnrlio 0nty. BOARD OK ffBI.tC WORKS, irl'iA t.sm.1 WILLIAM LAUWILL, Of Ahhmi County, (rom v.ccv.y CHARLES BOESEL, ,. ' or Auiriaiie County, , f in , its j j I Current News Items. Now is the lime for Peace Conventions iu every county. Let the people tuake them selves heard. The great Peace Contention of Xew York bos been set for June 29ih. It will possibly be postponed to a Ister day, in view of the change of time of holding the National Con vention. ' i It is believed that the Confedeiato array at Richmond has been strongly re-inforced by troops from the south-west. The Federal army cannot occupy Peters burg, so long aa the rebels hold their works on the Appomattox. Our losses before Petersburg have been bo heavy ia officers many of the best and bravest beiog killed or wounded that their loss will be severely felt by the arsny. The fourth attack on Petersburg, was wade on the ISth. It was participate'! ia by four crps of the Fedtrral army, and was finally re pulsed after four or five desperate assaults The carnage ia aaid to have been' awful. Even the butchery at Fredericksburg, in De cember, 1862, is said to have been nothing 1o it It is believed that the design oi the Con" federates to hold Petersburg as long as pos sible. They hold the rail road from Rich mond to within a short distance of the former place, and of course can re-enforce, itasf ten as they choose. Business in Dayton. The readers of the Empire, in town and country, are respectfully referred to our ad verliaing col urn a, as the best dirctory to con. suit before making purchase of any articles they may need. Advertisers are always liberal dealers. Business in Dayton. Every Man His Own Soldier!-- Shoulder Arms!-Forward March! The Senate has passed the bill to re peal the Exemption Clause, by a very large majority. The House may do the same. The war will then be on thu people in terrible earnestness. The Class of Papers which Talk of Copperheads and Traitors. It is only a day or two since we learned that Ward, of the Detroit Tribune, had been convicted of swindling the Govern ment out of a large sum of money. The telegraph this morning brings news of the arrest of Isaac Henuerson, publisher of the New York Even'my Post, charged with 1 fraud, bribery, return of false vouchers, ic. TIurtt. of the Ohio State Journal, was found guilty of similar charges some time ego.' Here we have tinder arrest, or convicted of crimes which reuder them in famous, the conductors of three of the 1 most prominent and influential Republican newspapers in tho Jiorthortn States, all three excessively "loyal,' and devoted to the "old Hag," ud all moat malignantly abusive' of copperheads, as traitors, ie. We deaire the people to know tjie, true character of the rascals who calumniate the Democracy. t '",'. Repudiation! Repudiation i.s already advocated by Republican members of CongreaVj Tl)e fmanees of the couutry are in a desperate condition, reduced to this deplorable state by the folly of the finauuial measures of the Administration, as well aa by the ex travagance and rascality of Republican officials, WUQ have regarded the public treasury as a legitimate object of plunder. Tbadoeus SfiiVBNS fa voi s die repudiation ol the payment of. iutoreat in gold. SrAVLDiso, of Ohio, another leading' Ile- publican, sustained the dishonest proposal . . , . . . , Uns u the ibetrintting Of of Bmvbks. the end. Borrower! who in good faith ... 4 ri , 1 I ,Ua.h tt. nniii, t r. ths l lnrArntnnnt joaueu iui on tbe pledge of payment of inteiefct in coin.ar. novr .ked to reosiv. a. .yh, titute, paper so far depreciated that no fixed value can be ascribed to it- - . " . Owning Up. We have some extraordinary confessions niacin ly leading Republican mem bers of Congress, of rrin which the party lias wrought. Mr. Vomkrov, paid, June VO: "Tlin effect of the present infla tion must soon become ruinous to the po- The Republican were warned of this, before the) inflation was made, and time to avert the evil by avoiding the cause. But the counsel v, an unheeded, and authots were proscribed as copper heads, lttt wisdom and truthfulness are admitted now, when it is too lato to avoid tlio vatmtropho against which it warned its. per liny sued up it sort fore The Three Hundred Dollar Clause. There is much cxeitemeut in Cmigre-fa growing out of the proposal to repeal the ex eruption clause in the Conscription act. The repeal is urged vehemently hy nciiKNCK and others who aio in tho confidence of tliQ Government, "because of the absolute necessity of such a measure to prevent our armies from being hopelessly depleted.' The special adds that such is the necessity urged tiy the "Government, and that facts were btouaht before tho cauerg to "show that the Government does not misappre hend ot overrate the eiisis." "We quote Irora the dispatch : ''These facts it would of course be iinpro per to Kive in detail, but it is uot amiss to say that thi-T are such as to have largely aided in producing the existing depression at the capital. Still a stout resistance is made to repeal, unit at tbia writing, a quartet to eleven, the caucus is still in earnest debate, and there is overy indication that a majority will tbulr refuse to grant the government's ishes. If it does, ths goveranieul will hare been defeaied by its own party in a matter it deems of vital importance. In any event the question thus sprung upon Congress in its closing hours promises the gravest complies to to of Bully for Champaign. The Democracy of Champaign county. in a resolution wnian cannot ue excellea for brevity and comprehensivenos , put themtselves on the ttoli4 and enduring plat form of Peace. Here is the resolution Resolved, That the Democracy ol Cham paign county are for peice men and peace measures." That will do. The . Fugitive Slave Law is re pealed. The Joy of South at the Nomination of Lincoln. 1 For tha information of those who imagine that they are (piling the aoutb by the nomina tion of Lincoln, and who believe that his re election is a source of terror to the Confed erates, we give the following, from the Rich mond ( a ) Dispatch of tha l.lh mst : ror our own part we are glad to hear that Lincoln has received the Domination When some enterprising partisan oiheer ot the Kev olution proposed te carry ou bir vv iluam Howe from the midst ol his army, Washing ton put bis veto on it at once. He bad no doubt that it was feasible , but Howe h conducted the war as stupidly as it wis pus sible. for any man to conduct it, m IBany change whatever could be but for the Briiibh interest. Let him stay, tor tear ot a succes sor who might not be quite such an imbecile. So we any of Old Abe. It would be impossi ble to find another auch ass in the L'nited States: and, therefore, wo say let him stay. ''We, at least, of the Confederacy, ought to be satisfied with him, for he has conducted the war exactly as we ought to wish it to be conducted. He has confirmed those that were wavering, boated red hot those that were lukewarm, made those zealous who were care less, converted cold indifference into furious oassion, and calculating neutrality into burn ing patriotism. As lor tha military operations conceived and executed nnder ms auspices. surely we have no right to complain No ser vice ever had so many blundering officers, and no campaigns were ever conducted with great er stupidity. For these reasons we are dec id edly in fuvor of Old Abe, and if we could com mand a million of votes in Yankeedom, he should have them all. He has made the South the most united people that ever went . forth to battle wilb an invader ; and for that he de serves the lively gratitude of every Southern man. If any thing could add to the obliga tions under which we lie to the Baltimore Con- vmiiion, it would be lound in the nomination of Andrew Johnson the man of all others uioul detested in the South, and most likely to keep together the parties already united in onu solid mass for the prosecution of the war Convinced, as we are, that nobody in favor of discontinuing the war could be elected, and that no other would couducl it so foolishly, we go for this ticket. If Lincoln has any fear of bis re-election, by all means let him open a poll in ths sece ded Slates ! No General Fighting before Petersburg since Saturday-Losses. Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. WASHINGTON, June 23. ' We lave news here from the army down to the 22d inst. No fighting since last Satur day bad occured, save light skirmishing on Monday. The losses before Petersburg up to this time, according to reliable lists, come up to near 12,000. There is no expectation here of the speedy fall of Petersburg. The $300 Commutation. (From the Commercial.) , - s: .ul. -i.l.,u a. ... UliUl lUUltlfciUU IS. ItlM ILUUUKil uuup im uiu- visions we hive spent 1125,01)0,000 in 7 . . , r . ,. Dounties, tn raniiaoi um armies 10 ui. awu re not lull, fray wnyr i oo not. person- ' ally know anything, of the mannt ! thi, larf!e sum haa been expended, manner in wnico but I have 1 heard a staunch Kepubltcau representatives i in Congress declare that instead of using it i s ....... . f (h ..li.mjent 0f able bodied mstl, who con Id no into ths ranks, much of it has been Pf M : w. I ni of (,0,pital stewards- men who havt 1 9- iulitted without any additional bounty. i ! I Future National Defence. Ths depreciation of the United States pa-; money hs reached in round numbers cents per dollar. I his is due mainly to - immense quantity of it that has been is-. bevond the wants of bnsiness, because : 10 uus moment mere cannot be said to have any want ol confidence, or actual dis-! credit of the paper Ittelf. It has lallen in value simplv because there was too much ol nnd it -.'onld not be exported. There is no other commnditv, of produce or manufacture mines, but which, when it it ia too abun- dant and cheap, will tie exported, and so r- ' cover its value. Paper promises ire of no of value out of the country, nnd there- they aocumnhtte nnd depreciate. The market is supplied with those from the three sources, viz: the Treasury the Jationnl 1 Hanks and the Slate Hnnks. As comoared witn this day last year the amimnts otrtstand- are as follows : ... im ' ikih. Mtte notes ttcu.oTl.vai, SftS!t,uoHW Nntionnl Hnnk doIph :in.0's, n u Stste HahIc botes Ino.OOO.ODO .r,0,oeo eOfl Totsl Clirrenev. ..HJO,ii71,9il .. 144 st:y,wu,eoi lfcj Pnce ufgtd This is cause and effect rjrcttv ctearle de fined. The paper currency has more than doubled. ' There are one hundred ami littr million dollars mnu lal i,.rl,.ru I..., 1 n,t two builr,1 un o miiitn,, ii,0 i more national notes to issue. The inevitable . result will be a fall-of naoer to ten cents nor ' dolar. This depreciation will bring with it ; terrible evils, but the people must remember j they have the remedy in their own hand, j That is simply to follow the lead of the hank, j and refuse to partwiih their labor or properly any thing bnt polo In one week s time I such a course would purge the market of all , upvr ou restore poia ana silver 10 its ior-i mer abundance. This some persons allege i be impracticable. Such persons have, only ' turn tneir attention to talttornin and they will discover an abundant and tegular specie ; where Mr Chase', oreenhnefe. re i not tolerated for a moment, and w-.ere the Government has been compelled, In violation all law and of all justice in regard to the people of other States, to raise the pay of its ; ottice Holders in proportion to the deprecia tion of paper. Thus the salary of first dis tiict tax collector in San Francisco is $7,003, hile that of the first district of New York is only $4,229. Why? Because the San Fran cisco collector must sell his greenbanks to brokers, no one will give him any thing for them in trade. In New York the laborer, the baker and the butcher are compelled to take them. , , 'The Custom House salaries are as follows : Now York. Deputy Collector...:, ta.ioo Insp-ptura l,f We:hra, 1.4S6 ?ar 1.411.', Deputy Burveror 2,ouo j 9&D Frmneioc.o. 8:t,eun. 1.5'.i. . 2 aso. S.K.'Jl. 3,i The California Inspectors get 60 are cent. more than the New York officers of the same grade, becanse they must sell their paper pay for money. the moment the people here follow the example of the Californians we shuil be reliev ed from the intolerable curse of paper shin plasters, And the nation will be arrested on its road to ruin. The amount of paper money and stock now outstanding ia $1,800,01)0,000. - At the end of another year the amount will be 3,000,000.- 000, which, with claims and arrears, etc., will be 4,000 millions, or 250,(11)0,000 per annum interest. . . .... What is the alternative that tbat debt pre sents? Payment by taxation or repudiation I No matter which of these alternative iaattempl ed the nation is ruined, because it has no long er any meant of defence. Mr Chase and his shoddy parasites have the nation in their toils Every tick of the olock marks an addition' of 40 to the debt, and every such addition is a new cord on the limbs of the nation, making any future struggle against a ftneign tue im possible. Of what avail is it to assert the Monroe doc trine, when wears momentarily depriving our- selves of the ability to enforce it. Aa welll might the rung of the Alusketoea have forbid-1 den onr settlement of the Pacific as we to at-! tempt resistance to the monarchs of Europe wntiewe are Deing bound by Air. unase nope lessly at their feet in the toils of debt and dishonor. If we pay the debt we cannot in crease it If we repudiate it we can contract no other In the latter case there will at least remain the money applic able to taxes for a new war if forced upon us. It Mr. Lbvse and Mr. Lincoln had been employed and subsided by foreign powers, as was Charles 11 by Louis XI V, to betray the nation into their hands, they could not more surely discbarge the treacherous task. A mil lion of our bravt yonth slaughtered in bloody fields, and the remainker hope less y involved tu debt or dishonor. What hetter guarantee could Napoleon have that our power has oust ed away, and thenneocelorlh bis agents rule on this continent News. Mr. Vallandigham's Return and Speech. We poblish elsewhere the speech of Mr. C. L. Vallandigham on his return to Ohio. He asserts bodly and defiantly bis right to return, without regard to the ar biliary and illegal acts by whioh be was forced into an unwilling exile, or lo prohibition of his re turn, which is still in operation, and which Mr. Lincoln but lately refused to annul. No reader of this journal needs to be in formed tbat, in this proceeding, we believe Mr. Vallandigham has done simply what he had a right to do. tin arrest was an iu famous outrage; hia exile has been a Ibng standing shame so deep a disgrace to the country, indeed, that we could have wished Mr. Vallandigham had thought fit to termi- mm it ni nil mrnrr iirriuu. mm u n 1110 iny aayoi nm amvti int, uniton uoaae nua x ' . li i i croaaed tho river, and on territory of the Siaia of Ni'W York aniertod h)H ri(?ht' nw ho has noa a an er ted tuem.. i, World. , . The Gag. A correspondent of the New York Timet, said of the majority in Contfreaa; "The aieiarity wiil iully but firmly apply iTw.1 aLv'. V L iLIJ , ,,1 !.:. -lr- th.. 4 the eat? to an onnoxioua members and mo iuuuiii, wans mrn uwii uiiifliMUUir, t,ni iiiir cetd with business. Jusi at this lime, they . .. . j . .. go nui imr ra .nun any opportunity 10 me That is the tvrsnt's policy, in all times and in ail Janus, il is not likely to b a popular The New York World believes lhat an in vestigation would show that o( ths one hun dred and twenty-five million dollars appropria iu way Into the pockets of the fellows who ar now bawling for Lincoln and Johnson. ted tor recruits, at least one-bnll of 11 lound Petersburg. entry, ot Dinwtuilie couuly, Virginia, is tor situated on the riht or south auk ot the A ppomattox river, at the crossing of Ihegrcul , up Mm in em it ml road, sin aifttant-e ot twenty 1 or two miles south of liirhmond and ten miles bps, with facilities tor a rapidly increasing , business, it runlis the thi-d town in Virginia, i scattered over Virginia, ihercmainsof Blaud-, '"id s once imposing church attract the atten- ! tjon of the traveler. A destructive eotiflagr.. tion occurred here in lHlo, hy which avast ! lso "ecn maiiiieu:a ny tno construction ot a , canal around the lalis, by which boats ct a Petersburg, which is an exceedingly hand- some and flourishing town, as well as port of i from James Uiver, at Ciiv Point, in latitude at 11 nnrlh, longitude 77 '20 west In re- , sped of pot ululion and commercial advaulu-. The tcjwn disiilnv much architectural tus e ; in the manner in which it is built, and also pomesses several impor ant public buildings, It contains numerous - churches, in which several denominations tire repretentitfl, viz: Twot'f tha Mi tboilist, two of the Lpiscnoa- ban. ts-o of the PrenhvtnriHii. one ot the Hnptict, und one of thr Catholic, b sides other places of worship, principally for colored people. With these it has a number of cot-j ton lactones, three hunk, two ropewnikt, ' one woolen factory, one iron furnace, anil mills for almost every purpose of trHde. It j has also educational esiiibiishments and.be- lore the capture of the place, published three newspapers. The borough limits extend as fur as the deeuyed villngu of Bluiiilii.nl, In Prince George's county, which is stated to ' have Iwon superiorin many resoects to Peters- uurKi 4"-y grown up, as u , alonnsidu of it. Among the exceedinuly in- teresting and pleasingly picluresijue ruins ue oi property, inr.uuinr lour uunureu houses, was consumed. i ..'.-"......-,.. , uhb,,,! burr;, as the ascent of the tide, becoming n-; rested by the bills directly above the town, af- j wu-ini supiy. ciuuio ,-inerpnse nas ; light draught can ascend the river for a dis- tance of murly one hundred miles. The town can be approached by vessels of one hundred tons ascending tho river, while those ! of a laiger size are obliged to discharge at I Waltham's Landing, about six miles below, ! where the South side. Ilailroad has its etisiern 1 terminus, connected by the Appomattox liail-' -.:.!. .1 .k I- . j : IUI1U Willi llltlUlll Ol lite fiver UNO IIV Point, where vessels of large size are chiefly discharged. Som idea may be formed of its trade and industrial resources from the fact that from ten thousand to fifteen thou sand hogsheads of tobacco are exported an nually. . -i The population of the place is about sixteen thousand. Petersburg is the grand centre for five lines of railroads. The City Point road, 10 miles long; the Norfolk road, R0 miles long; the Great Western road, 1G4 rriiles to Weldon., and 162 miles to Wilmington: the Petersburg nnd Lynchburg road, 123 miles; and the Rich mond and Petersburg road, 22 miles. re-election r I ; Fremont. The Ditily Advertiser, in an' article on lb' i r remoni moyemetit, calculates ine cnances of his receiving ihe Democratic nomination at Chicago, aui qnotes from the- Journal to shnwlbatlhe ll,mmrapii iml ll.J .......... "V. ' ; ' . t - Ueneral as their enndtdatn for the 1 residency, , e agree entirely wi'h our neighbor for once. : General Fremont is not likely to be . n - . ..." likely to be noini- natcd at Chicago. The parly can do better. Utit will the A4vertter u.torm us how Mr. Lincoln is to get nd of the PmhUndnr? ! That is the question ol interest to the I Shoddyitea. , Beneficial Influence of Tea. j i - The beneficial results of tue introduction of tea and coffee have been alrangely overlook- ed, and underrated. It has been, however, wen iiescrntea as teaaing to ine mom wonoer- ' - l'T'f!" "' "T "l T, , uiuucii ,...... nui,oi;, uij;im, important both in a moral and physical point of view. Tbi se beverages have the admira - bis advanlago of uflordirg stimuloj without proJucintf iittoxifaiioii, or any of lim evil con wquftices. , Jjovorn ot tea t.nd ooftfe ur, in fact, really drinkers; .nd henoe the uo of theae btvoragMH ban binfittd otb manner and moratd. Ruvnal ohm ;rve8 tbat tbo usa of tea haH contributed more to the aobriety ot the ChineHe than tho severest laws, the mot elo - quent dir-courfiPS, or the boit trnntitieD oa tno rnlit I nil is u,l I1IM11 Ht-t. 11 L n (iiinno tr . .:,"",."."" , - -,.-.... inaiiiaciiisenieuicinewneu laKon ny a na - live , aim praoiia uecnue ucup ui gouu oones, with, "Xo, I thank you, I am quite well at present." I ! j . ! ' ! i 1 ! The Cost of Demonstration. . i The Waahinglon correspondent of the New York Commercial snyB that General Grant : 'Having deaionttruled that he would march Overland to tho defences of Richmond, will perhaps now choose a tunre .advantageous posiliou for reduoing the rebel capital." A letter Irom a i;entlemaii in Washington, which wo find ill the Detroit Free Press, cor rubocales other estimates from high quarters. It reads: "On Monday; June li, I bad an interview with some orlicnra wounded in tho battle of Peirlav th 9.1 of Jane Th.v l.,M .... il.o North had no conception ol the sluughier among Giant's men: tbat they would not gland the knowledge ; that all his othcers op posed the tiseleis loss of lile; that there was no doubt that 100,000 men hud been loit, so tar, during this cumpaign, in the army of the Potomac." This does not take into account Sherman's losses, and losnes in other detachments of the armY : ' ' i , . ; ; To protect vines Irons bugs, i writer in ibe .-, l.tlHltirV IICIIIIIM (ilive. : n ,.t .ir a;r..,i u-hes, ft.id one or two tahlp'uoonfulii of coal oil (such aa ia unnd for lamps.) rub it well i with the bauds, then pass tha mixture aain through the .netva. lo apply it. Rprmkle a ht ii pevA. To arm v it. Mirinkln a , small u n nn .t, nr.A o ,; repeat it- If already on the plant, the bug suitfi h.m..7 F...t . v ... I will Irnve at once, and will uot return. I Olhera recommend apinta of turpentine, ' hnr we hnve no doubt .hat coal oil a nui.e ! onnd if not urefHrable. It is enoush ' 1 r ' to disgust a bed buX. t - . Will , would never let a horse pooul without request - in taa iew ma w n. . --j - nnn , mnn called to L-et a turn-out to attend a funeral. j riatniy, suia tue siaoir, uui, he added, foi'Kettini the solemn purposo for i which the voime nun wanted the horse, "don t drive last.'1 "AVbv, j.-at look here, old felliir," said tho somewht excited joonjr man, "I want you, Jo understand that I shall keep up j the procession if it kills the horse I" ! ' ' I ; t 1 . J Gold. the f residency, and perpetuMe. ini senie the less, arbitiary, violent and revolutionary reign, to this dav, Gold, the infallible barometer commercial leenng, nas oeen tuenuiiy go been mg upward id the scsie which mirks the de- more of this desperate and fanatical Aclinir. or istrution effected the sensitive intnirneiit of signed it with some obscure notion ot slopping gambling in gold. Hut this is simple, egre-1 g'ous folly. When hy legishttion Congress can make a handful of paper money outweish up or own, enner as onus or nears. ine ei enrrenev feet of the bill is precisely the tcveme of From the time ibat it became evident that Lincoln had determined to renominate himself preciation of Oovernmenl money. This wa toe inevitable and legitimate Ulect ot a posi- live cause. Even the potnbiliiy of four Tears commercial opinion ; and if the possibility of such an event effects the market wo disastrous- ly, what will the realization of the fact his (ITect? Any wan, with bullicient knowledge of mathematics to run a corner grocery, knows that lour years more, ol such an Administration ns Liiu-oln's will nccon:- plish the total and irretrievable ruin of the couutry and Government, liriauciallv, ns woll as socially and politically. The absurdity of the idea upon which Abolition financier ure i conducting afTairs that the entire personal : and real entitle property of the country is, pledged le rjeoii the pu'ilio credit-i-will bo.,' realif ed when it. conies to the point of taking ! that property." It is tho perception of these j facts that sunds go'd creeping upward ss i steadily unit surely as nil evening .Bliudow ! upon a wall. w,?.., ....un.. -, ... Vw a bill called the Gold rill! prohibiting transaction in gold, nnd the fresidenti has j unouiu, u pi,u ,u , Uiui,,ub iucm, and not till then, may Congress expect to . . f---r -j ---s , latino against gold. pecnmtton, ot which complaint is made, did not send gold up, for ' - -'"i" , . what it was intended to,be ., it acts as a tux and adds value ta gold Competition in the gold business will be cheeked, and the trans- actions will be confined to a few dealers; who will fix the rate to suit themselves, and of course send gold up higher. Already we see the tfl'eet of this densely stupid legislation, i Gold, which closed last Saturday ot 19b, eic, j h..,nrl tr. 00 r.ST., '):( Wl.an lrt,.l ' .,Luuue mu Mu.ubu.. ucii iuuio rifvn 'ruin tain vtew : fjhin SrtfMnn - ' -ir t . -irttR J to Sim f-flle li m,. Ko. I TllK NOMINATION AT WASHINGTON A WashinBlon telegram says: ' ' , ,', n ,.. I he proceedings of tnt- Hsttrmore Conven- , hare elicited, no enthnsiaam here i d Even the most devoted well withers of Mr. Lincoln appear to lack confidence of ulfimatn success. . I hey aeem to have constantly in -,;.,! tha -omopL- ,1.;, j'j , ,,, , . miud the remark of their candidute, "that it is one thing to nominate and another to elect " ( ' ' ' The fact is, the re-nomination of Mr. Lin coln is felt by the intelligent men of the par ty to be wrong. There was some excuse three years ago, when his capacity had yet to be tested, and when he came belore the country wiih the deceptive title of ''Honest Old Abe;" but now the experience has shown that he ....., -i:R-..i (',,. tl,u r,n.;,; Bnd thttt it wou,d bp ,ne exei8H of finr(,n3ra to' Ctt bim ..noneJt 0ld Abe," it is felt that he ,. . ."'.. ' . owes ins re nomination to ine corrupting in- nueuoe t hi, eommand, fu.d the mercenary u . :, : v . ., .it.... uitmivD iiiub ic, , t ctiivn it ue jivio loitn. : ! I i , i i i I wuvii ivii .o w.,, muuu.bv ,m very severs on Vallandigham, and sucoeeds In showing tbat the editor is mortified and chtgrined at ihe appearaneo of the exila in Ohio This is all the more Irritating, as' the editor can't see what to do ubout it. iouw witb 'pille Demon at. "Tho dsCeol nf the COipPrheads in ."the next election, desira - Die , it is to the welfare of the country, ia ,,,,.,.;., .,.f,.i " It a'ees nn Hunoer in uoniination and acceptance of Gen. Fre- ! mont, and bis mamtest determination to - de - (eat Lincoln. Third candidates have disan- pointed more than one man's ambition in this country. In 1844, fifieen thousand voteB cast in New York, defeated Henry Clay. .Van Rnien. in 18 IF. without ueltiiuT an electoral lMP- rtP"r !."n' V1" . ll,",,ra trremontin loon. .ir i.incoin was eiecieo, owj,l(t to a 'split 111 the democratic parly - That he was not the choice of the neiiole is shown ; the ful.t 0( his getting but. little mora ihun ont?-thiid of the popuUr vote of the ccuwrr, it is probable that he wHl now niot with a 1 dtfoua defeat, and it is indd fit tin,: Lincoln, ftt the fiead of his satoliteB khouM, Pharouh with bis btstJt go down tOCLhftr. Dettoit Free Presn. -r , , Rkal Power. Wealth, 'we are tdlfl, nnaiikt la lull ia nnaar Bl.i ktnftt u'litd 11 " K power, ciiitnereisa mignuvr tore tna worm . man eifciier. oi ,iue(.va t poyer hicb wealth is nut rich enough to pur chase, nor genius snhtlti enough to refute, nor knowledge wise enough to over-reach, nor authority imposing euoupb to .silence. They all tremble iu its presence. '.It is trnth the' really mht potent element ol social or individual life. Though lofsed up- on the' blllowa of ' "populnr commotion or cast into the seven-fold tnruacu il perse. eulion, or trampled iutu the dust bv the. iron heal of power, truth is the one indes truutable thing iu this" world that loses' in no coi,Ilit, snffvrs ttorn no raisnaaga and abuse, ani rxiaiiilauis its vitality and com nletnntna after ever?, assault, A' 1 ASKFe H Cll etll.ATtO. "W all, US curious, imw we uu iii ,jye, mo j:iuuuu, hv. the trees all iooli n-i it Ihey was a dnnciii' ii jig to a double quick time, t km ! recollect ten Qr twelve years aib, that if I 1 siurlsd trotn. .Bisiini . on a Wednesday, '! cad git in tildelpby on the next iSaturdav, making jist Uuoe aavs, Now 1 kin git from Bosiing to t ildeipny m one nay, ana i ie.c calculuim that it the power Ot steam lucrsas- ea for the next tan years i it has .been doin' for the last ten years, i d be in Fildblpliy just two days before 1 started from boBting." Th 1,.;-MI .7,sr.. m.ikeft r onr.,1 uu geation one, however like any froo.i lions lo the name party, little likely to r,e eflrrifd out. Sayn the Journal: 4,If the Ai- miniBtiation ftantB to make an? more arDi- imrv aFr.ttu lr ii rrot !.( 1mii rfit urd k - 1 " " n Co. just a arbitrarily aa it pleae a. There has been aome dromedary racing at Marysville. California. Five animala "tan.' No watch was slow enough to "tune" them . . , . , , . and they did their uiile in somcwh.re about a ennn of hours, ihe winner helm that one .i.;.ri, .,l, ki, , f.l,.,n lug at the judge's post tra-The editor of the Cincinnati Gazette, : 1 I i . ' I I ! j i 1 I Medical. i,,. ,,,, ,v who ,(d . -'-that fir. iimrie w. t.ioiJ.am. o LcuisMlle, srd Mr. J. Z$l?$fcfc 'XZ .i,,, lnw, eve.ytning tatt etuMobisie iSrei' iCImlern Mixture is now In u in some of uir'srn.v b.i,Mhwn,ie it gives the B,,ei sii-re,icn. It na avlih lives ut llioussnds ol our soloiers- si-J citizens, and wev.il) giunmie a r t ih tii rtn-.e-vention '" 'l" ',llJ lu-iri.ea ai,.t lirniry. .oulL.V 7t Onnch CoU. Pore Throat. Asthma, and '"uiiinntn.n. li i only neeennry f"r uy one tnulled with thene comnlainti to tiy diri hot'le ot Slricklond s Atcltifluotii Ctigh Balaam coar.nethem ihstitls the ht prppnrstlnD ever ue,l. , It ii"t nut) cures ll, tove nflectlonsof the Tl,rut wn.t l.iHiiis, I.IH w ernes lKu Hwrts sn4 I tint nf I'l tu iJtl jp mi l,,i tHijil,. fr' fll,y ul Hr.re throat. It j pKMRnt in lnl:e. sn t s medi'-lae tv iiiUntn I'rie.e fiu Cents per bottle, y.irssle hy ,lrtlpiipu ceuerstlv. .. ... inl4 tivkiij bodv ts, t n cpred ot this diatressmg down t.y the ue oi Dr. Strickland a Tile Remedy.' u,(.ni r.,,,,,,, , rlm rtrmvuy enveirri a Vtf&T' . m . 3 Ask lor Dr. Strickland t FiU Remedy. Sold by all druiurii'ts.sn cts a pr.t ; Mauutar.turtHl at x.n, r uuria ii,,viueianuii, (.,. mil a.Mj . , F. L , IT, X. ' Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixture. 13 a composition r,r fl-JiniiEnts, nnbrr fitV.'Vtiirr.i Ihhim nad.cirmiTiat'Vs which eveiv i tivneit,n bc- liiiowe,i!,-t ih tlie only it. i.ruati' a It.Mt nermaiicnf eure of Iiihi-i bi..i ri, .r,... t,...i... ,ta . -i a nholMa Mmure: in i.e t e have s iireat numlirr of j - "encimu em-i beii.prr.noiinec.lin ural'lebyiheiriyslcians.sotne ont-i tKiiii uiiij vuo luuieoi mriOKmua s Ann Chol era Uixtu.e. If tousuUer aiih bikrrtua aLd I-vr n- terytiy cue hottlo.- V n,) ws-rig'Trami; ,isaaistwvui . ., -i qf-ffliritiii rnii .Vai lfaTii J Hair Restorer. l,",1,ft-'H ot the wnlp have leou proonuncfcU 114111 ptio !ht!reo1 tumMy 1 YKlUgov ITVDT. 1., '0 this pefiili(r part of thn human irfttuti, ftnd I Mitt - Batted Umt I pot,es . . TIIK 0L,Y HEMEDY A CARD TO THE' PUBLIC. mHK tiNnHHSlONKn h.rebv return rh.ir th'sus 1 lo Air. Valn.oue Fries, Auenuauu ibe OEKMAXIA IIFK lXSlKAXtE tOMPAJiY New YorK, tor tlif, trreat promptness thev bsva shon in payiny to lis the amouut ol the insurnii-e on the iif Pet-r Kiaher, iieeessed, Bid A.vher lsnreit hit. lift-tor the 'ineiit ot his He . J mi- dreu, on ih.. ilst ilay o A.r,l, IMli lio.-ii.iiuni, .....i- ...,L u.i .. .. -..i ...... ... u . on this day ihe l-omnanv has wuu ua ll." aniuui.t ol "e int,llrn e $1,100. tie Ihlak 11 nthl lhat tin, 1 ub-. ' baishuh nc Hrti I'syton. May ;4, 1S04. A. HooKST. in.i ' i'itOFi:ssoii ii: in ws - ..... UNLV f.ENUINK i TT A T R. " IRESTOREP.! OIKKAXKS OK. TUP'. MOAT. A' rrtHK t.kill ol the medical faculty in treating disease. X oi the cal nas, in u lemon v ol Hivii lj tjiis, ttu xtiom po.'UiHr di.-ettHeoi ihe tititimu tiame. li i not to ie woiiiierpil hi, rh it r. quir. h tchI Htn-iy, sloop r noarx-h hd..1 a cftrfiui invti-ininiHtii o the runnel htfh tHdncA riit?Hi-e. LuImk ih t.iH.1 t-ntt th sriiHcnitft nnd -ti?ot a pormaiii-iit cure ciui'. in diMrv?r?U, it ih an utter impo. ii.i.ny io iH!801'" known, tliat wnatl perrnftuontly eradiuata r " I , SALT HHEUM.BOAl-r). HEAD XaJ other caiaueous di-.a,e, ami restore , tie hair'to Uue who tiave tecoma Laid. To maka liuou in.- asHertioa, 1 will torleil FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS If l Tail to oure tha worwt oases of diseasod soatps ol tr.e lonaeat standing with the ONLY GUftUINK HAIR IIE1TOKKK, 1 ' - . Kad tlit following! -( Tat linen t i. oj Mi . unik Qould. A LJish v, Nsvw York. Prof lii Mpsn: Two yeftr ngo my etMlp tp'n:n dirtfttsM.And my hair ocinmnui 4 toiall oui very lint. 'I'hw tiirtffWse Kfrrau until my icwip ww oo Hmfik:t ftor. It twemrit vory pnintul; mv lest at niht wmh nmken: the rtummpam iiohuifi sensation wa mnuf -pcnnbl; I woiltl apply ri-mily alter reuitiy, l.ut ouly moti ternary rn l'- 1 rotikulted nr-vorwl (Ij.i. ciaiiH ol thi(uty. 1 wan iiii'orir.fsi by theni thai Ui tlieHue wwh w ItH'h my m1. rki alkclil hm t n ha-li hli tim. antt that ttiy cuiiiu D"t lliffit nic. 1 rt at your ailvitiH-iitnt and iH'Hidr(t lo rrLfcuH yntt, tun tihtirl me thai- you tvoulil aradirale. tho drtM-a-t ami ruiirw wy Umir, vshicrs bmi twooui very um. Vi all (tut H irnnt-f 1 piHt'etl nnnelt in you' hfijida, anit tin- itxirii- rtii', t rave a inxurimt liadr liair; my uraijt is D.r1t tfy tvf-ll, nnd my hair ha. tsuued to tail uui. Kel-fft ullv Vunrtt. Man. -hbau Ui uui, Kn. I '7 Bontb pearl trrl. Il i lii't Ht'rtnowlt-ttt'vtJ by all who liavo used ilia Uuir litisiurt-r, and their naui u lnion, titat it i THK tNLT I'KKAKATIOW Thai wniilii eltfCtnaMr atid prmBTieiitly reatora tha hur oi iiiuua a lio are vald.aud prveut TH UAIK FKOM KAtLIMU VTT. 'Viic l"rfio nud rapidly inf raiiig kbIa f" l'rttratno tin- Miroiits t ovideu ? r tu iiianiicld U-Lchti It m cui1' xnujj upca ... TUK UUMAM FAMILY. 'Th rrj'.Jfr nee of the public ha been obtained, and ilu ail i inif in (tilBHiuig to it mt ritand vast itUpuri oruy .. .1Vr.iLVaLli FREPAAATIONS , . , . . KvrriulrtidiH'd, 1 do nut recotnim nd mv uij,jsira- nun loektu-e lur to ,riw nx Jei-t iu irelJ a tiHuy Uiuutltst, an it ia kimpleimpoisiMbility, i.d toiall v iu iMft, , tui with tho lW8ol Naiutf. 1 o the a ho are vkcpiiual or lucrtduloua,! will make a huua fta,ijf r: 1 will forr.lt t.OOO (One Thousand Pollars) if I lail to cure the wrfit1 canes ol partial baldness, under tiileeo jeara' atauJ. ",g Tiii: osr.y okb in hair mstoker. Thi wonderlul remedy iff sold Ly drufujitis guner. U' VUUB I'KUliGlST BA NOT GOT IT i.iij FOU IT, N B. Cures Kuaranieed in every cssi alire Uia dU ie, li,;ns lor i ste me implicitly ol., veil. w-rfiive. P' "''';"' Ju,J!'l:."lr.!,i ' ' . Bole I'ropnetor, No. 'l,n.D-e ireei, -Iel3lly Allany, Nah York. NOTICE. APVTITTON 0I he rn" ruled to Governor Urolith for the i-aTonef f-laytiurn ttSiui. no a pri-nner iu ihv Ohio fviiuanilnrv. - asun CA'lilABINB UAGAN.