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UUHUAllU ee UUO.. lAlor.. WEDXF.SmY. JULY 1804 ! : DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. v.r.Htr T.T or ""II,., WILLI A VI a AHMSjRONfl, , .,r u.-i.ea Ci-nts. Hiti-nKME jrims-, (F ik If 1.1, TPHB ) FUILANKW'M VAN TKUMr, ,! r!1! I Com tv. (Tit Til L TAf v uc ) S1ACBI.V C "wili'M LKV, ' s,er. :,.--tl' ALFXANl'F.h! . B')YN, 'It I-. h'.vit I'n-iPt , AllOllM-'Y ' LYMAN K Cill IVilHKLU, I l( Itn'in"" Co nl IHI ."TI'.'t.l.l:K UK THK ' limljUV, VULLlAM S V 11; F.N I'lSS. Ol frs-tliiin I'ouetv enl i(M. cum Ml" I 'N'tl, Al.LX NiKll S Ii MliY, it, ll.r'tn '"o-itev. !'.uRi " u " i.i 1 ; V.lll'li fiCI.I. 'rftX.) Wll.I.i.vM LAUWILL, (If At 111 t I I'.i'-nty. Iro. I CCT.) CUAUI.KS 13 Dl. A' L, Ut AHIII-.H'- I'i.II t . ! j ' ! j , j i ! t Current News Items. ivimunl Kitke reprrt- J'ff Pifis as fny incr. "This vjr mini ro on till ti e lt of this nerern'i ' (.it's in bia ti ,.i Ii'., nn l bia chiidrcu pe,r, 1 ia ruusbet and lihl e..ir bat-1 ti..,, unle t, jo i acknowled e the r;ht of the ' , ' .ir p. T,,, Cai federate S'Pvep lo !f-governiri''-n!. 1 liht thia ia irue, we do not f -r a moment doubt If there with ai;y d.ffsn n -e.i Lcreiufore exmi the D mc-ntj rf thif eocntrv, the re-: fus .l by thii ntmcionily wicke l Admini-tia- tior, to a-eptW. r.V.:l- fv bn fffered, has united them us one tuau. I no raoying cry sre-r.s to i,-, r..,' n-an .o BeaI ...vo, It i oiricially luinoiirc'd tlmt men who , , , j u. wer. draiied -in liini, ami lurnile aoopM- tnti-3, are not ixempiiid Irom the present draft. I his ' ontr :i;re-iiIy wrour; and op preyaive. . i , One of the new ninieuM h.ii been assign ed to this Ditrict. VVdo eot b- ar of aoy grral ecramble for poMtio'ip. Perhaps th. r. lusai to uiako p'.Hi'o on lion ra'uiu ItnnJ, bas aouiethin to with tlift ctitirnl ap.ithy CJti Cerniug the new call. ' " ' . The funeral nf General MoPhrsoHi wi'l t.ike phice ai Clyde, on Friday, at 10 o'clock, We leurn by :lii.i morniu'n (lip uh- y, that Atlanta is not ooeupt-d' hy F.'dera'. Intopa and n l likely ti he. lume lin bet n uo fight in.' aitice the 1!2J. . , It is siid th.it the ror.Hs out cf Atlanta, with the exception of the Macon roiui, have been destroyed. This Tnny or tnny not be true. Hen. Crook' camlry wre stampeded, hot be brought off hi forces in rieo-d nrdr. The rebel forro ia the viilicy ir now t stiisa- ted at 25,000. Col Mulligan is wounded. It ia declared tlmt Baltimore and Washing ton are in no danger. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad ia yet un banned. A party of ttnerrin is h-irc croiH the Ohio into Ind anu, at ll'i-t Landiu r, And are now plundering the citizen. The reiicl General Shel'iy bis made a cup ture of part of the Teulh Illinois, 250 strong, in Arkansas. The quota of Ni w Yoik utid 'r the last call for 500,0110 men, ii snid to be K9.31S men. Oover iur Andrew, of Mu3s:ichuetta, ifl at logjerheada wilh ihn Ouverument concerning hundred day ueop. , We hear of unothe? stutnpi'r for Lincoln Jim Lane toe embodiment of ,cial, moral and political Infamy, has been ii.e.ili'nt? in hia behalf at 6L Louis. . v . - Anarchy alill prsvaiis iu largo di.nriota Missouri. The d ingi'r i-', bdor.i all is oter, that it will ppri'iid, until me wiioln country given over to IawU-at,iys. Wu. omit Wvv peafe, if we would Favc aoytbiti from, the wreck of our onca glrn-ioa aviitem of Gowrn meni J "Cleaning out Rebels at Paducah." tillL'ltll.' Under thin bcud t'uo telegraph blinxa intelligeni'O of oro of the ntost wicked, despotic, audciuc) uctd, yet peipctiat by the military power. One Qcuentl PaYNB, ' commanding tire - Western Dis trict of Kentucky, i hat) forbiddou indi vidimls occtipvin rented hutfi's or buvls from paying rut therefor to any land lords or owneri who nr not persona "undeviatitifj loyalty." ' All such repta are to be puid to tho Government Pout' Masters. Ko trial is spokes of not oven so much as an examination lu fuie a Justice of lire Peace. Who is to decide the queni ton 'undeviating loyalty," we are not hiLia ed. It may be the tenant, or the ..Post master, or Gen. Payne. Thus, by sheer act of military despotism, men a t.A i,im.7i'A1 r r tliit nrnnnrtv T P r r J' nottobe wondered at, that the Federal canse is daily losing; adherents, in Ken- tucky. Bluffed A junior partner in a firm India street concluded to raise a substitute and applied to a stout oaraey wno waa stand- ino nn the onno.ite corner, when be received this reply: "Lor bless you, I've got right dollars home for to buy a white man myself." Why Peace Was j j ( j J ( ; Y nisv find in the history of the Amcticiin Involution, a striking parallel to the rejection of peace tnnrto a lew nay since by the .present tricked Administra tion. Cbatiia and Bckm tally took pronnd fn pee, and recognition of the rebellions colonics. Tb view of Chat ham (says thr Philadelphia Age,) are In icily oummfd np njr Tr .onn Marav. an follows: " Jfot, indeed, that lie cmitd be blind lo '.hp Inanifild grnunda of provocation which Mas , irhiiotls had affwdirt But he Ml that provocation could no longer be treated as such when il Mint from One united province, and when it was supported by eleven provinces more. He tell, as Burke, at the time period, truly itnd finely paid: that he did pot know -.he method of drawing up an indictment nint ft whole poplo" , Accoi.iiiiKly, (continues the Agt ) he in , trndnreit hill on the first of Titnuftry, 1775, miking lilt most imple rnnri.ion, iiiiriluciiig it with what Fiauklin de.sci ih- (xl h "a most excelleut epeech." But the hill, of which til roncludiug words were : "So kIhiII true recouclleiuent avert impeuding calnmities," was oppo-eJ by the Mini-try, and w njected, because, nnid Chatham : " IVhn enn vonder that yu ihould put a wjnliM on any tnfiture tchUh mutt annlhi i)f Vour v-wer , drpriet unit of your emolu mtiilt and at one rtdact ym tv that stole nf iliyifi - w f-tr which Uod and nature "' y" ... ... ' lo how m:inr may Ihis scorching in- I ' active of Chatham be applied. from LtxCoLS down to the pettieat of hia Pro- rost Marshals 1 , They reject peace, be- ,.n.e it would annihilate their power, de- j;v, t,m 0f their .euiouinjonta, and re- dm (, (h(nJ (J ,hat of fn,jgnjficilIlc1 Qod ,4 them , , We ran have no peace, ao long a these . . ra"U are allowert to prescrioe tta terms Let the people, in their noverein milit coiutuand . that thi ciuel war be ended and all ilifferences between the States, be Viiliinitted to the arbitrament of con vpntion. . . :; , . i "The hardships of the war on the laboring population ia ttiiMtrated by the wages ot ca miners , The Wheeling Iiitt l(encn ear 1ttnt 'miners in that region aro getting nix dol larspiTdy .otirnnl. Yes, this illuatrates the hatdahips ol the war, for the six dollars spoken of are depreciated greenbacks. Six dollars of Lincoln ras, will not purchase as much calic . Bimdinj, $oifc, oiolaasea, Ac, as could kav been bougbt.fjr 81, or 81,50 in Democratic times, Tub t.ummtrcud complains that Pp.kh 6Ti.vakia has no National Guard like Ohio ; says if she had Jtbal Early could not inva.lo her, Sse. Tho Commercial si-oms to forgot that neaiiy the whole ol Ohio's Guard are there now, an I seem to have no lin k in keeping Mr. Early back Could Pf.s'nstlvali A militia do any better? Tho blowing nboitt the capturing John Morgan and 1200 men is about pluyed Cut. " Raw tiuops can do nothing against veterans, und sliotild not 1 so used. Lincoln's Respect for Law. of ia On the 31 ol March, 18C3, the Lincoln Con gresa pasc i a stauitP which tl e Presidentsign t-1 ami which contained the lollowing provis ion : ' ' "And in all coses where a grand iury hav- lug attended any of said courts having jurist diction in the premises, after the passage this act, and after the furnishing of Paid lisi as aloresa has terminated Us session with out finrlintr an indictment or presentment, otb-r proeer-rting against any such person, shall he the duty of the judge of sa'd cour- fi.Cihwttli to make an order that any such pris oner desiring a discharge, from said imprison ment, b i btnoght bilore hiro tone discharged und every officer of the I'uitca' Stales bavins; custody of atich prisoner is herebv directed tm mndiaielv to obey and execute raid judge's dvt : and in caBe he shall refuse s. - to do, shall be subject to indictment tor a misdemean or, mid be punished hy a fine of not leas than $ -00, and nm r.soument in the common jd of for a period mil Waa than six months in di i-etion ot ihe court." Twelve citirens ol Illinois, in Colej Comity ehsrued wltliottme, luld their csaea brought tore two (irnn 1 Juries, but ihey refused A . 11,.,!. ... .1 -111. f'tid a bill ol indictment aculnsl them. Til Ju'lie ordered them lo be discharged, in pliance with tbe statute. Instead of being at liiMrivhowr, Lincoln had the audacity and th wii -k' duess to send tbera as prisoners lo Fi rt. Dtln' on the Atlantic coast more high handed act waa never committed, and of itself is ample cause for an Impeach ment of the President. Lincoln's Insulting Speech. of a are im I on their condemnation npoe hint at th. ballot-bnx. Let them set it so broad and deep that time - will er effacs tb iujpr.ssioo." t - -n t I - j r .1 The Loutsvi e Journal, in spent ng of . . j ., corresponsence between Lincoln and j . p . . . ai- D i, , , . Hon hern Agents at Niagara Falls, in which ,. , . r .i j , .i i a Lincoln took t be ground that he would ea.er- tan, no proposlt.on. for peace that did not the negroes, aaya..' . "What lover of tb. country and of human,. y doe. not regr this termination ? I.,,,.,.,- . causing .u.a .,,,. .., unnnnatinnanlv AHaumeu A retDOnttibilitv vreAt ' a as .HAi-a n.a ali isii than evap nalrr i ,imed bv the head cf any nation, fre. or dea- p,)lic Xb spectaola is hwiWkeninr i i shocking. If ihe loval peopUof the Lnion do not set the seal of their .toiidem. aion on Abraham Lincoln at tbe ballot-box, wil become speedily out only the most wretch ed, hut Ihe moa1 despised people In history. With puch thickening sod revolting evidences 1 of his incompetency and faithlessness, bow- ever, the people can not fni to set the seal ABOUT PEACE. Past Peace Movements—The Various Past Peace Movements—The Various Advances of the South—Stephens' Mission Past Peace Movements—The Various Advances of the South—Stephens' Mission —What Davis Offered in the Spring —Opinion of the Cabinet—Who is to —Opinion of the Cabinet—Who is to Blame for the Continuance of the —Opinion of the Cabinet—Who is to Blame for the Continuance of the War? [Correspondence of the New York World.] WASHINGTON, July 21. ! i t t I .3 . ..1 . f . .. .- I"" - '""win, r vn iuui m-iwcen oun lers, , owcu, it reeiey. M I "a otnor P"' stop lo tne war, there tin be no h.iro in (firing nubliciiv topome of iho apernlationa which hava ben current here' durim, ilj,. h,.i in,.k. ih. ,,..,... of reciinptrm lion. Mr Lincoln ha. had it in bia power pver.il time to end inn war. lie need never allowed it ro hetf in in the Brut plat e, ami alter he aaw iu mairnituile it would Bnv. been an en.y rnatter fur bim to have brought about a reunion, if it hid not been for hit own ambition and hia ruiserablo ud vincrp, the wont of whom, hr thH w:iv. nt. the uKiiiniiifr ui inc w.r waa i34imun i . inape. ALEXANDER STEPHENS' MISSION. It ia no looker a aecret that the rrecipe mi.pion of Ah a inder U Sie.henp, when he wa relused permininn to visit Washington, ii from Ihij Conle'lcratn Oovenmient, wa. to proniipe first uu ariiistire for a certain nutn-1 ber of diivs roouiha; pecoud, the asu m. I blaite of a National Convention of nil thai Slatep; third, an assurance on the part of ibe : Souiheru leadera that the South would hold! itaell bound to consent to a commercial union ! hich would permit Iree commercial inter course between the North and the South and would be one nation, ao far aa their dealiuga witn other countries were conierni-d As to whether tho North should have the power to pass upon any queanon aoeuting the domestin nattluiioon ot the Month, it was to be left an pen question; and if a Convention of the -Hates abieh met could Sod a happy solution tor it, the South would be bound to accept it. inal tms ws tne ouraen ot Mr. b'enh"ns mepsage was known at the time, unoifioially, if iu.r bii.'coin nimseit. j fie did do: choose to end the war then, and consequently the loss of lifa and the waste of rnaiure whiea has occurred since tbn la to attributed onlv to the malign influences hich surrouud.d biro PROPOSITIONS FROM JEFF DAVIS. Previoaa to the opening of thi, present rampHiffi, an in well known in RHhinjtnn, i ..... r . Hnumvwt arfpicM enme dtrectfu from Jew D,wi ofcrinotoend thtvaro itlm vhich vuuhi prove tatitfrctvrt, to both partus n-.,.. ,.a . .kj .k- . : . Oavia eaid be wished to spare the useless ef- I ii -1 o ii ot hlood. lie would guarantee on bs ha f of the Koutb. if not the old Cui iu in til its integrity, a Cni in which would answer ha sane purposes hat is. a Lnion with one -ode ot commercial laws, and one foreign pot- cv. hai further agreement would be arnv- d at waa a matter for the discussion of the people of the several S atea. anaT Tut CaBinkt thocobt or rnsM These propositions were discus. ed in cab- ne' council, and strange tosiiy, the onlv one who really favored them waa no oiber laan Mr. Cbaae, bs who hid oppoaed peace onlv t year previously. Mr Chaap had found iu be conouct ot tbe nuaucestbat - the I nut of exhaustion was almost reach ed, and that war lornoih-r year on the pres eot coloiaal scale was simply impossible, con- itent with the honor and hnanciu! integrity of the nation. Hence M,-. Chase was in favor I treating the propositions of J. If Davis with consideration. But the cabinet were general- y opposed to it, and reasoned ihu.1 D .via and bis armies must really be in a very bad condi-1 tion, or the offer wottid not have been made. ' I'bey, therefore, determined to try tbe issue I it another campaign Tbe campaign has been tried, and its results ia bif.ire lhe country. 1 I be Uiaeous waste et tile and treasure which has resulted from this prolongation of the war, is ol course to be laid to the credit of Abraham Lincoln, President of the U ited Slates. I I SOUTHERN POLITICIANS FOR PEACE. or of it or he the Ut - It Is no secret, that the gn-af, political In- tereaia at the South are heartily sick of the war ana eager lor its discontinuance. It. will be noticed that for the last two yesrs but lit- tie has been heard of the Cobba, Toombsea, Rhetts, Hunters, Clara, Vu lees, and that swarm of miuor politicians who were wont to titfure soconapicuonsly in the local politics of their Males previous lo tbe disruption of th. Usion All these men and they were still influential at thj South feel keenly how much they have been overridden by the mili tary element, and hence thoy are naturally desirous of coming buck to a Slate of things in which they would again be able to make their appearance on the stage of political life. TheretoreaU this class of politicians are de sirous thai the war should come to au end, and it is they who are moat active in forward ing these volunt er negotiations. It will be noticed that it is this class of men whom Mr. Vallnndigham met in passing through the South, and who, he pays, declared that the South would willingly come back into the! Union if an armistice were declared There cat he no doubt ol the pincnnty ol these per- sons, nut tnrre is a good deal ol doubt wheth- er they are authorised to act in behalf of tbe Confederate Government. It is very certain tnat veorge a itinera would not oa given any serious mission to settle any question betw. en .1. . . .: the two sections. - A QUESTION OF POLICY. set A he the , Ire. Me. mm It up- Aait hi.is.toh. evident that niihi;. ..n. timen ia driltiug in such a manner as to m.k. a Duiuocratic triumph prnbuble in the next Presidential election, a number of tbe friends of the Admini tration are urging Mr Lin coin to try and p it a atop io the war, and lo do o they urge that info, ra il notice be sent ... .l- i-,...!. .i. . t-.. . , to the Davits government that accredited com mippiiiiiwrs iiuiu uiiiii aiuns may pieei e mer r j . r.i i , in Canada or in a portion of the borderStatis, tf ..i . .k i t lo ee I a settlement cannot, bi arranged , It . ,, ,u , ,l, ,; ,, . . is I. It thai while ihe negotiations are in tha fc tf f ,h d aJ Q , j B(J s mder ool(1 Q a -t rdicul. , aad thultlie emmisaris a Irom L M ,J h .dn, of tAmnM A tl). mflltl(10 ioi,a'.l tO Conduct Such ... . , n . ' Connor, Henry Winter Davis, Bmhou Mull. vaine and Caleb 0 ahiug. There are, of1 course, plenty of equalry capable men at' South who could oi.et them to aeitl.. thia question , LINCOLN'S VOICE STILL FOR WAR. ar in opposition to the stoppage of th. war and the raconatruction of th. Union; and , keace, while Mr. Lincoln may appear to be of It is not believed, however, that Mr. I in- coin will consent to anything of tbe kind The strong contracting interests and the great powers now wielded by the government :ti:- f... 1 , i:.: wbicbFOBWmk.itiinpoibl. - Heilld. hprs In thm nholitlnn noltrv. mnn nh that ... ' . policy otconrpjpe i irepwmhip ai j ' i"nr vi ii nr lu nuu ofnin , . . I . . e l. : iWco.i..U).M,Walhktjbi '"not to both pection.. 1 he qneitioa n, .h.ll , Z" I 1 PT" 0,rhcon,'nu'd. ""f our ooopvuuuonni iiwrne. r '- Mr Greeley in tli TrlbucB of 5:nidny, pealnr.g ol the pear, neolmtion aaya: . .. .1 It h Peemd lo us not only desirnhla but . fun.il.'ain .ori n .miI.,i uoiinl! ih iprmp I whereon each bplliiiereul ij uow williun lo ! make JVac , or in d"fau 'I of which he lutieu on a rontinuanca of the War, and we have ta- ken mm'- tro:iole lu elicit the ri quiied in for- million, with hot partial auccea.4 President Lincoln hup frankly indicated th vital rondi- tionp wheteon ua iuiiitp ; but the other party have onlv olj-cted 10 b i t lernta of "reconntruc tion wiitinut indicating their own o be- lieve th")-roi'ht have been btonirht to aet fordi tlirir termp of Peace; and that, whe.ther the were re:ona1le or otherwise, the N .i tioiml cmne w.iuid therebr have been pi-nsiblr promoted But we bow to anpfior wiidoiii at leunl to the aiidoru of auptr'.orp. The Peace Movement. [Special Dispatch to the New York Herald.] CLIFTON HOUSE, NIAGARA FALLS, July 22—3:15 P. M. It appears that one important letter in the corresiuindene. with thu rebel commisainnr-ra id omitted in the utticial rorrenpondi-nce sent by li e AiMiciaed Preai. It ia a letter from Horace Greeley to Jcwett The latter Inartul th it he would be arrested fur the purl that be hud taken, and ine ley wrote him a letter showing the authority that be had Tor bis uctim Irom the President It is reported that tbs letter shows fnlly Mr Lincoln's orig m&i position reianre 'o nciving the rebel commts4oners, and ip, th.ieiore. important in m .'lowing the cb-itig" of has? by the f resi- ornt J-wett is in Isew Toi k, and has ib original letter. The onlv copy taken here wm earned oT by Mr holcombe with the other paiers, uod it ia imoosible to obtain a !ct pyto-diiT A ntim'wr of politicmns of both parties are !""re '.T1 not ,from B"B'!0' ,hBt lk. . . f 1 hta iJamncrufn uur thuf Ihu lutta r ( Mr T. , . . K. .' . : ' , Vnc,,.,n mnl by M..i .r Hy all the cnrt.tat ,hat ,,'r xn' A J.Ue conservative of ihe K-publtcuna deelar more publicans declare that they cannot stand by Lincoln in bis ultimatum tne tout ahoi ion ot slavery na toe only condition for ihe actil mpnt of this question ; that they supposed the war Was lor Ihe resto ranoi- ot the Union; and, further, that when ever that can be arcompiiiht-d they want the war to atop, and are nut willing that, it shall be carried oa solely forthe purpose pf abolish iui? slavery. i This shows verv nlainlv that the rnrresnnn deace will divide the leaders in the Henubucan nsrty, and on'v the extreme .nti-slaverv por- tion will sustain the President in the ultima- turn laid down in his letter. Buth Repuhli cans and Democrats, who are wau bing tbe movement here, do not b-nk uoon Lincoln rejecting the rebel comuaisaioiiiira- because- they are not dulv hccredtled, but that it all turns cn the question of tbe abolition of s!av jery. I he rebel commi'sinners claim that, while they are not specially delegated to treat wilh Mr Lincoln, they have geriaral pnwr-rs and delpg ned authority in behalf ol the Southern tonltdiiucy. City Oonooil, July 26th, 1864 Pres ent Mi-ssrs. Kteraied, Dii-key Idiliugs, Shank, Minick, Hilgelort, Lehman, Thomas, Love, and liinim. Ihe minntea of previoua meeting were ap proved. Petition of Mr. Jamea Anderton, ailing L-otincil to issue bonds to aid lu raising vol unteers uuder the laet call, waa received and . referred lo Committee on Finance. K'-pnns of Chtpf of Fire D partmnl. Mar kt Masket, and Street Commissioner were re- ! coivid and ordered to be planed on file. An ordinance to establish the grudea of at- ley between Blind and Walnut streets, and the second alley west of Liberty street, was read the brut, second and third times, uud passed. Yeas, all the trustees. An ordinance to improve the sidewalk on the east aide of Perry street, from Fifth to frame streets, waa read tbe third lime, and passed. Yeas all the trustees An ordinance to improve sidewalk along V. 4 w. Kogine and Machine Shop, was re ferred back to the Ordinance Committee Bill of J M Turner ft Bro , for gravel fur ! nished the city, was read and relerred to the Committee on Accounts in connection wi;h Citv Engineer an I Street Commissioner: By r. Idlings: Resolved. That the F ounce Committee be authorized to issue bonds at six per cent, iutertst for the purpose of raising volunteers lo fill the quota of this eitv, under the last call of the President, at 1UU each, to be paid to the volunteers per sonally A motion by Mr Lnva to strike ont Finance Uommittep ami insert " I rosters ot the Wards, wu carried and the resolution adopted. Yeas 1 it .L -n 1 all ihe Trustees. By the same: Resolved, That the estimate of an alley running sooth from Hrst street. be rescinded, and that a new estimate bemads for said work. Adopted Bv Mr. Love : Resolved. That the trustees of Ihe 6 1 h Ward are hereby authorised to put under contract th paving and grading of the ""7 " ""u "'re"- a."nn"'a ' - An Ordinance to anr.ronna'e Ibe sum ol dollsrs Irom the General Expense Fund to piiv bills ullowed iliirmg th month of July, was paased Y"as. all the Trustees Hilli AVnwtdXn Cleve A Woodruff, IJ0 84; A Oehhart, $1S44; A. 0. Marshall fc Co, t!2 If,; Oen W Hides. S 80 ; Cien. M Cain t Co (58 .10; Van Pnren, Miller k F-ix, .6 00 . J Hnole, $7 7; Pavnes, $1 fit); ( has. Anderson, (12 RO; Samuel Edgar, Hob.. , ' .. s L i Jnn Mi-riitphei'in. SI 7ft CD; Jsme. Rn kev, ?2 t 85; H. Thomas, Jl 25; f .....-,. 1 .4 , .... - Council adjourned Journal. ' - iVfA number of loyal men were disouss tbe ing the fact nf the Lord being on the aide of . the North in this war. when a loyal old Saint remarked: II the Lord la on ouf aide 1 11 if it ain't fiins is tea thowiity 4Ws nniiu i 7Vt'6kii of to-day gives up th. idea of Insist hundred ins upon abolition as a pr.ced.nt to a resto for alion of the Union. I ""- 1 Abolitionism , Yields Th. Nsw York Illedlcal vtU. 0. Dr. E, Co my bo ronpulted as follom : In DnVtOB. ftt th Phillina TTnUMP. nfl W4. rMtfcy, July 27 l Anui 31 ; October th d.M.J.lr 28 i heptrmh.rl; October. . j. u & ab j 0ctub 7. " Morrip Uou.e, co Tue,d.yt i o . . tl . r tju. 2n . tll(a 29 Oer.ibr 3. in Uraa, t IU lnwa U.we, oa Bundaya, U'T A(just 19 , Ucloher i. ' In S d nev, at tliq Sidner Hotel, on Sdtnr- day, du'y M i Aujiuat 27 ; (Bctuber 1 I n Hclllnntainn, at the Lonan llniip., on I rulayp, fii ; Anupt Z6 ; September 3D. j In ftprinvfiel , at the Ku Hmipe, on Thuradayp July 21 ; August 25, Keptemher 23. . . . Dr. Cnae ha. practiced in the above place about fivij yearn, wilh the moat gratifying puc oese treata nil forma ot chronic dia mines, and avai-a of all improvement, in nil pchooU of mrdieine. No charge fir con "Ulution, hut. cah for nn dieim-p. Consult Dr. Cone hrloin it ia too late. l-'orasle ! .Ulna Lire Insurance Commiiiy of Hartford Connecticut is doing much to provide lor the relief ol the families of those who die, leaving em without adequate provision. Life is linrtrtiin death is sure to come and every prudent man will provide lor those who nre dependent upon him. Hy iusnrinj; wilh the Ulna, every man by a stnnll outlay, an out lay within tho reach of the most humble can provide aa amount of money for his family, which will be theirs, in spit, of misfortune and ihe many changes and chances of usi ne and of life. Those who are in prosper ous circumstances to-day, may meet with re verses and die poor. ' ' Th. JEitu i have in the last few days paid over to tbe wife of John Bart dee'd the sum of $2 000 the amount for which he bad insured life with them. This mnkea tbe turn of $9,000 paid in this manner so tbe families ot wt-M known citirens of Dayton in the Inst eighteen months. No other company has lone so tnnob fr the people of UnytoQ and we think the company nre entitled to the hanks of the people and the patronage of all who are insurable. The prosperity nf the iEtna, we nre glad o Btate, is no greater than ever before. Its business this year will be more than double lint ol any precerding rear -honestly and sincerely, we say to every man and woman, in sure your life, and the ima deserves your first consideration. Received of H I. Rugg, special Agent of Etna Life Iosurance Company, Hartford Con necticut, two thousand nollars, in lull payment it Policy No D23 on the lite of my late hus band, John R Bart, the nnionnt being paid before the said policy was due by the regula tion of the Company. Emki. 1ST. Babt. Dayton Uluo July 12 Im. J Xotiee Ut Iron Fence Makers. AMToHOrrio Mtirr utmt Covkt, Ifno Omu, July Zo.ti, tboV ' O nnnl 12 u'cVt li, nooD, on MmA i Me (A ' uu iitfi tor en lptunfl Ihe aiiac tren eui roiitn ii n the ..iir-M'iu4 niu I4- o in numner m nury-iitnt hi uoo pflrs or bu ta-ttb.dto ha avfx-ompiited with lon-vifiunn of th box ropofavt to tc co'itstmoud. hy okki'oi ihuOouuty Commits. our. TU0HA8 O l.ftWE, ,ty26 il isftw County Auditor. $23 steward. It.BTonthe20ih day of .lime. t8flJ bofween Wil a itoa'rt TulliiRl and ftvioa, a P. ,rt Munie n ntnlD- inii on not oi. Dftfid Wrihtri Utrf&b, .n not-a no Mr MAVfrmor 7,ftu, two heciVn ..r Flour, NX" 'b enh, on Ptind M r'H Mill, rtwwn 9 Chi nd VU in inoli''y. oq S.0 hit! in the lit. The hn.jer Hid lv .e.v tweiit. rtolhre by rmiirrmur the Foil Mome nnd ror.ienu lo Mi arm I HeHQ r timnt Mmmi :unty. Ohio, who oi t, orto tt. O'ltnnu ft Pro , ;H1 M-t-nml Ifpet, J'py od. ivln iwd A FARM AT PUBLIC SALE. ' Absnr epto, ' Krt. 814. kauerlor Court. .Ineob O. Kn.ileret.al I a. si ) JUK"UANT to dere ol the Superior Court of X won ik mery i-ouuiy. unto, enter, a tu itl ftOOtft 1,-iigie, t iu June Term. A I' iPi4. I will, on Tu4iay, August Mht 1M4, t I door ot Ui o tr tiouti. iq thtt city o' FRv"oii, in fid county, lretwen he honr of two Mid four (t'.-lty It P M. of -tid day, aell at uhliu out'rv to tbj hitftiest M 1dct Hi tolJo irn dnri bd prvir ' urt o' lha nortn tiatf of Mention numlxr e g' tenn (18), townehip nu-vihr thr" (.3), an. I ranpe. lumber Qr(ft), tHrn Miami rttrera ia Moofgume'y iuory, ( ibio beginning ut ih imlf aeotion c. tier on t west I til o' iftid roKllrrll htHs North )r Ut ea etft ty-lwo (82) po to a -O ufcr( the kj aouth ic tMa t two hu Hired aod fify-two vnd thirty. hm hun dr d.h" (2ftjf3i lo) po ri to t oo but, (Ivuqu south 6''a.teitihtk two and loriy eighth hundr- thi (Sf 44 1 0) pol i to e TDr; t w norm M3 6'' t i'i "imdrd and fl ry. our nnd tony hnn-tre ih" (ffM iO-liK') polet to plara of be-tinniug, pontt n rg on hnndr. an teyen y Biaa cmd t rnt una bun iredttm (12071-100) atT". 'd F-tim t-" ataout two mitea eatl nl Centrevitle, hM upon it a d thiii7t two lot cabini a frame tenunt h-mst, a lrja orht.rd, ana about fi irta .VTea of ' Appr-laea at I&41 00 an a re. May eli fhr 837 M an acrn. - . ' ti0. W. W i i. A 81 B 4 f , ' -J 4 Maiar roiuotixtioner. T F TitariRrta A N. E, fraiAM, Ati'yft. July tl. lfli ilmwa. NOXIOH1 NOTIOUIl rTr.DuVAsrraTa,Ai-B.B's vrica Oovar Hnrsi.) OaIToP, Mopioumpsy Cdcptv, oh. ii. Order No 2 : LI. white mate eitiaeos being 18 y.srp of pq anil uml r 4'i l mt sre n.it in.nnrs cat soiti' 'uUio to -, u a -nn turn snd .u j.-ot 10 per urm m lit) -VI p-sre. t,er.hy ribtifil tla. up hoi-H. pre now mpily In' tii-s 1 SJi,.. to rwiel.. rrr.m eseli n. Hits l,prl; four (IoIIhis as a unl t a coimpiil lion. All th ise who tall to at. ceita. tp.ot ex niption w ih tfts Awiiior of ih County, or p yiu'oili. Couo'y Trevury four ito Iwaoo or b reUielU hif Au" D X., Will tie Ulei:t tnihn foil OtIOU of IPil Plim wilt, tnirty yjr cot puna tv sud ooe. Ol uollwitlon: all nr..,erlv 1 1 li . ai'tioui any i-zenifHlou. Kdpraia J.itics .11 pr on- owiua anv tsa.s ot 186M, Uue H th JuueU-t c n by psVing od 01 b -for,, the I. ti o .hid July dn so irch-nii pu.ny, ail ihst 1-not paid l) that tuuu th tK-nslty irun.i aim will 1 sdut-d. il. JllNATUA. KKNNKV, ' Tie.eurerM it,omei v t.onniy, (. Trr.urpptJlniie, Li.i.toii, July hi teoi. Jnlyl jA-MKa BRAOHLIN," MANUFACTURER OF Tress-Hoops & Coopers' j T O O JL, 8 , -y ' AS vs.isa IS IIATIDWARE. No. 3X6, Third Street, D4TTO, OHIO. dtr i n FMPlOTiUNT, A MONTH. Area wanted to ael1awtna tD i ) Manbiaea We ill k vv a eomipteainn oo all niavh neaaold or am pi' y attet.ta who wt 1 ttiti.baf wiH ud a.1 airvns.ee iwii July Ida. itrom MUha July 22—3:15 P. M. Medical COliKs Oiaivh. Co'Hs.Bvr. Throat, Asihtna, nd Coai'UTni.tlMn. It I- o- U nirr-p-nrj fir pry nup truiiH'ti wilh ttie-je enrnn-a-nta to tiy cu t,M le ol Striektandt Atellilumtt Cough Bnham In convine.ttipiii tl-at tt '8 iha best ri-f-pprptlon eve Hied. Ii not only i-n -i a the phor.-pni(;nr.rt ,f , . Trtrni' at-'l Lunu, hut II i.-ures riiM PWipt" rt-ij Sli'ilin:' of I'l i -l m.rt l an . i-ll-il (istjilp fti v-il IkiiiiI oi - f nn.-M it is ptipsrnt lo if.ki , pivl a rsir- nieiltein. oriifsnti, I'rice 6u Onts per hr-tt!.. bv .lruxMi, acnem lv. ml. mmm ih;i;i.vii.ii,v (. i. ., ,. .....j .1.... Dr. Xdickltiiirlfi Pile Jitweffy. RrnH .thi( thnn ny vt'O hs vm i it; Mr. 'Wir- . l.smil.Hir.ot J.MiimiHi-. Ptd Mr. I. r Htf ftrrtfs, l'inr;n? nli, O , Unh i-rt riir-J .ti U!ir;; one fM.i ..( lor Mihr kinir- fil- !.r-n j Mr Ihey hTi triri rve-yfjitiiff ,t ul" oLnin in- r' lift, but on lft ol (rii h'pn t'' fcutdy id i pctfvni cur HUfrfUflp-ri-i lor trsny y i,rn viib 'n wo t kind or . ii?r. 'iluy rsWu-Uimtjua ty cn4 fvhna -urtriDgiot y it. Ank Tor Or Stricklamfs Pil Rtwdy. Sold by ult drumUt", 50 rrtii pit, Muu'jLffv t No. 0 hnt KourHi fi,Ctijinm(it O. dU F'iJ-sWsjfciiJlt..n. "mm. I i.r-- . P L TJ X. Strickland $ Anti'Cholcra Mizivc. J a compositor of pMr'narntn, ab-crty ir, aJjnu . lance and evrmit.ru vec, whu !i , ,, ( j sf,Hkn ,.. iiowleiij,' a i the rlv r nrli n tlu r '.!: i'rr-l,i lifrnmnent ri:renri .arrliM it..i I netvr .1nhAuti Chola-rH MixtiTt in now in n-e in pome cf . nr t ru htimle hi re it givpy ti i. yr-Hi -.t tatifnc:r' (t n--aved ihe ltv(s ! tl mii-aml. oforr N.ier? t:i.i jttir !!, nnd we vi Riiim ntt-- n tn t e thf rr.i r me dy in ih aorid tor J)HrrtK-a nnd l-vnrry. HIT Woods, Ol IoVllinK.il, My. h.ii J,. iMont hopry to h'lfiMiy nny one nw n. tn- t lrnii' el yrn liland'e j-.u -Cholwa Mixture; In la t e bate a iiil Mitrit ir o tentiniunmlH liorn pan nth v u- nnvi" I r en cui j ein biiw tironoLiiKMi in urm le Lv iln-ir t.l sn ism., u nm tiftertrtkitjoii(yGii lonleof hir iinnj a Ai.ii Uto ra Mixtu e. If tou.iul.or wi h J'urtlHi ai.d t- jsvn wh awWltalfc k'aiislll Hair Restorer. A CAIiD TO THK HTULIC. rjlUE UNORiiKtriNr i nen-hy r. tnru th,r Hunks A to Mr plt-utiu. Fries, Agenl, huu ihi tiKU MAMA LIFK ISSlKi.MK UI11PA.M nf New Y), r!. f, ,r lii rpent prruipmeee t)i, y hrve shown in psyinp u us ll e unii iii t ol the iru. 11, on ih. nf. ot l'ei r hicher, ileoessfil. B ii lie)i.y iii.ureil his lite inr ttis U-n.flt 01 tns ne aid ilil di.n, oi lh il .t rtsy o Aprl, 1SC4 II. iixkhv look n-k,nl isnoith- 3-ldsv 01 tey, la. 4. p..( on this rtey ihf i om any l.ps tp., it,, nn tin I , f ............ r f, . , IIIILklWIMIIlll.il in 11,1,. Ilc.houlu know tn.p. Isuls, BARh.H s. t I0HKP. Dayton. May 24, 1 pas. A. liOokhT. l.nd PUUlXStiUll UE 311 A.N 'S ONLT GENUINE HAIR iRESTOliER! DISEASES OF THK SCALP fpH B akil) of the medical faculty in trrntnip d.m hto X o tha nuwlp l.aA, in u n-injori ot ruyen, I e u I at lld by thia. ib mod peml'Mr di.st.tfi- l ih- i t.it i.u irume. 1 1 it, not 10 be ndered h(,xi r qur d-it-nl Htu-.y, deep r nenix-h and a eur-li.l inv nintu u t,i thti fHiiHf a v hi- h pin:U(-a lie, iHhchm.-. t Hon (it cati. e ih (iii-;uv r-t,, it in an u it-r iipi t it i) it. erd cHtt. tbt s-lnaf ai-e pnd efrct a pttnitnt-ii ute. iH.rAt oi tha o-OHip Imr lftn picn. uici ua Uitti 1 bT lOIIia Ot' til mukil mitla.nt i.hlsiu iai.st 1 1....V voted TKAHS Oa? ITIDY To Lhia peculiur part nf the htimnn Irame, and 1 a tit aatietletl thai pxitHftta THK. OALV HKMr.UY flofaraa known, that vrntil I permant'ntly orndifaw tboaa luathanni uieeaaaa of tha ncaip i. e., BALT ilHfil'M, hOALD UIAi, And other ot. aoeoui dieeA-e. and re ft or a ha hair to thoee who hnv bvoom beJd. 'J o a ako good ttit at rtiou, I will foih-li FIVE HUXVRED DOLLARS If I fail to cure te wor-t caw ea of fh-ensed neAlpa ol ti e Ionian t auxidiDM aliti th ONI. It UK A VINE HAIR REITOKtK. Read ilia "oUowfng: (Tcifimt-ni i l) jli iui nA fv'ouJ.) Ai,aKr, bkw Yoik. Pmnr PrVrvNt Two year ago u,v icali- ie. wa difntd,auo my hair iai nintnu. d lo ull i-m ver ii n. 1h uu atte -p.i nti i mil n y i-ca p watt out oij leta 'r. Jt Ucmnever) pittniul. mv teat at tiplt e' broken, tbe LuruiiiR dim) it liii feneeUon wt.t iti mi por able; 1 would apply rim.Uy aits r Mnu), ti.t only mon entai v it- i I J c Jjhi-ii a-ifl Pimm nl tlii!t rity I whb in torn d V II m ibtt "tli dmt'Hte with which try c lp ntVi u r v.stt i e .k hit hh uni, and thai () y ci.i t n t ) mt tit n c I t ad your adveitiHMi t jit utd eftnludtd 10 i-i-nati t iii. on aer-ure i me li ai you a oulu eiHJi hk tl ii. aitu and rentoi e ti:y h .r,w!n l'-.d U n n r veiy it iu. Wittitiatna n Rrc 1 ptflted ummIi ii )ou I aim-, nnd tht r.-m ts nr', I mvs- h In hid i 1 1 1 tu ! 1 an ; mv wttlp n rn? tly well, end tn) bair but vfnni in ull nut. It-"i ei uii ot:ra, Mas auah i vi.u, No. I 7 Ponth Peer) ire-1. Ii i- r (act iickuowlt tilled I y all v ho t,ut utd tho Dair Rtninrcr, aud ibelr tiitme ii-1 eKioo. that it la TUB ONLY mtl'ARA'ilOtf That would ehVrtna'ly and prtnanenily reatorw tho UHiroi ihoeowhoHra laftld.and pravt ni THE HAIR FKdM MLMKQ Qfr. Thel'-rtte nnd raiuUv im-r'aiiDK -ale o Hfet'railva . It tha airoiitco i etidvoua ot tha tuauuvlJ U:inut it ia Ctaf-rriU upon THK HI MAN FAMILY. Tha o.tiifid. rw e of ih- pi'blic ha been obtained, nnd tha) all unite iu auptaioy; to its nn rtt and vuhi u)oti on iv CVER AIX PREPARATION Everinirhdu,e.I, 1 do uot recotruttnd my prara-lioDiocu-e hair to r w ix leet iu ircllj a.i inHiiy nionthn, i-a eimple .nit.Mi.ihiv, and totally In coimiateiit with the Inwaof Nature. To ihor-e Mh arc ikpUcAJor iucreditloux. 1 w li n itei bona UdeoOur: I forfait 91,000 (One Thoiteand F'ollara) if I fail to euro tho wort oanei of par 1 1 id baluuvktf, under filtttaa ytata' iiud-. inx with TU ONLY GEN IM BAlB HKbTOHER, . , Th;a wandarful remedy 1 aold by druygiua gner - Ijt'toU l KUCGlfT T! A3 NOT GOT IT KM FOR IT. W B ttves i;Viarntei in every oaa a hart- tha di reonou tor 1 .e ara nn licit l ot yt d. 44 l(taa. th per totle, or en bun leu for to. PH F U. A. 1K Ml Iti, Hoi Propria I or, ho. ftw ur nve tireel, felSdly AlUi.y, Vorta. NOTICE. A PKTITTON will b pre-en ted to Oovamor J ftrmifrh for the pardon f 1UNI ba-9.o A urfeoner in iha UUJo rabittntiir .