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I i 1.1. ... fcfc.-W.H '" MON'DAY. AtCCSf "W,'tM DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. r'iWiUaUJ W. ABMSTJKG. t . - t . 1!M rmx rMeB'.r i. Ol rairnld Con )'. lAMC. AI.KXANPEK h. BOR, LYMAN K CliliCHKIKLU,. Of Holme ftnnnlv. ., iWMPToi.i.itii r th ; tat ifltrnr, wiumm s V .frtENriss, Ol Franklin fcot ' HCBvlOl, (.T.iMMlV'tortMt, ' ' ALEXANDERS RAMsflTi.', . , fMerdioaiv. ,,,..1., uoahu ik reuo WORKS, ' '' (t!U. TH,. ' "WILLIAM LARWILL; of A.h'.ind Connij. . t , " ' . T (fit Y .(.I1,) . , , CIlARl.KS BOKSFX,' Of Auli OoudIjt. ' ., 01 Current News Items. IJPe feerh th Vi-crdiilnj in Cincinnati !at ' 'wk wft vnry dull. Thin it the newe from "all directiofle.' , t , ,, , , Mr. FUul, Scrlnrv of the MnBcliu-tt ' Roard of 'Aiirieultore, predict that the next winter tH be of frl eerity. Hit theory ... is tint a leveee drought isdickiea - cold 'winter,, , , - .: . Crop In Riirhrie r trported to be good, although trwy iOrd there as here fronj dry weather. . ' ' ' 1 .Ga 'King,'' meuihr of lb preseat.Con' Ure, w atoned In Richmond, Miaouri, 2 fewdaji I a jo": "Tie onobwaa coiupoi 9?. the. Ttie Bucyru i'orw javors the nominatioe ucp. tl Ij-nuieion lur r rBiucnv. TJi f incrwnii-iK; ervfSjiiottce On i 1 not to be Puttied or drairooned into t he sop- nort of oaneiidate wbo dues not represent . . .. v .-v.. ,u. i . tneu iea . . . "','lt eeJ '.t be juncraljj 'yniji;l;3tood. tbat fesiendep will soon resign tbe Btfctetaryebip greater than the whole expns!S of the Go ernruertr'undsr1 ih'el" fdmrtristration of Mr. - 2achaAao..4: t ..i t. 1. t' . -m-.t- : la fiCwci' bai Ten discotered, which 1 writ probably make its appearance daring this montb- - Tbe McClc'ltan meeting in New York is sa.4 to liave beeri lare ; bat It had tew, if any, speakers of. note,',,' ;'J ' '' ' ''" ! , . By the .ezpiosien of the. ammnnUioa ijes , 'sels at City Point, J00 live wpra lost, and two D millions of (tflMarswrrh cf property dmtroyed. .. -The Abolition . preachers of Maine are at kfast raising tliir voices" for peace, several of them having declared , that the further prose- tion of the war is anebristian. -,' . , The Provost Maihuls, in some parla of New Ybik.'orcMntira ,ilikietnwoY who enlist and are. injected, 'p' any season as unfit for ar?i.... ... v. v .. 1 M Genj Bornside! seems tu have to bear tot disgraae of tbe failare -before Petersburg. Well, be can' stand it. Disgrace can't hurf It i(inowue4 that lhr,i?lo be no changeihhCaWet l Them h&l fceettK femendous Peace meet ingipSraMv HOL We are. informed that Farragut will push rightioBfor Sol.' ' ' ' 4 " J'ryprjbesource jwe, learn ;tat, Oeaore 'gard basone .to tlaua .wijh, trtjtUF bou. sand men. Bad for Sherman - TliesinkHiy offhe Fesn) boat Te'cumseh confirmed. Only one of her crew is known vvd '-"" r r "rhsiiwaVm Ske(idafl Jia vaguevkJlt is' stated that there ia y'weitivV,.od "reliable' information thut he has, worsted Early, ip v kryancawiterI 1 It A CI Tbe Confederates (titva 4 uw privateer called the Tallahassee whirh isdoing immense daniato Ffdftr): aijrcpHO HoA 'Tfiere has been sharp, fighting tfn the Poto mac between pickets, and some artiljery duel- .OiHO .UOlfAti There m a Tamer thai tiat ly baa been large- Iv reinforced from Richmond " If , 10, more mifchief is inUndad, with improved prospects ofaompl,hy,g(j ' C'd'tiOH- It tssaid (hat tbe Federal prisoners, with tbe exception f th sick and wounded have been nearly all removed from, I.,ibby , prison. ' It Is'believed that tbe Confederates are mov ing io front of our forces at Petersburg ,' "" Two' steamers have been sent in pursuit the Tallahassee. Grant Anti-Draft Meeting in Grant Anti-Draft Meeting in Fort Wayne. I ha 1 Mil A.fl iH it,lind SA.i.k,ll a.uim. . - T . . Uiea in f Olt Yayne, Will attract attention tb.iMtrknnb' tliaflwhole- ftrmntrV " W.lhn0''1 ' derstand that ft bbldiy took ground aguinst tb eBforcement of tbe draft ? auJ tliat itaj i i.i.i- l.i. . i ' . uieraoesT. ytengea- nemseives never W tignt id aty cause but lor tbe maintenance (Via f'fWiatilhtrrnafen.l ili II1.e. ti Mr. Thresher. , . .... , , The tifeH"i "Mrt"TBRI(iiK,"wbo opened he jrarni Peace Mealing on SatutW I' 1 ' Am em keh ' of nnlvHruallv mm en "IT,,j rr ' duuralil anort. ,. ;.1H j vi'-'-A fl All' Mr. Thresher. The Meeting of Saturday. The meeting of SnCrrlsy, we are as sureil by thote b ktow. was the largest county mwting that ever assembled in this city. TJin ;'pol .earns 'of ,hir 0t PConlXone' f the otual appliances waierwprted t fot the purpose) of jetting j up a eiowr.. Only a few days' notice of !the meeting wn given in the Cmpihi, end bills were not issaed dnttl Tuesday. Mr. tlu.Aio(r won not announced as a pekf, and waool expected W speak Hcni-e every , ,bly WH aurpiiied at the I size of the aHtemblage. The meetiug ..tnedenp of our.bflet. citiaeoa. Eerjiest, dfttrmined, honest meu, who are weary pt tlii'lilooily and ruinoue war, came up by liunilieilx to make their protest dgninat it. Thespivoh of MiVALtaNOtoiiAii wn one of his bnt elfurta, and waa received with the uliiioHt ontlmsiawin. The remarks of MeMr 7 H.fR-t J?,PKB A .nJ G W,. Uvuk wero wiilLooiwived and woll spoken. 1 Tho mating adjourned, in the bent spirits highly pleased with the ocoa- Ision, in nil its Mpetita. j Theefl'aTt;if,i.thp Joitrnal t lelittl.'hm meeting 01 tue reaoe ucn 01 jionigoiui-ry county ii jnost'oenteuiplilile. I :It deceivea iwborfT.nUe pibli-aTia ,know. l w-ell as'the I)i'mcH'rai.'y, that the demonstration was a formidable. one, and is not to be lied, down, imtneuted down by a partisan scribbler. ' 1 Mr. Vallandigham's Speech. t The- lOmc'tnnati fj&ittU- has, unintenT tionallv. no ,Ht no doitbt, , dont the y at ttrg'f? great Vervtce By jvpot ting and pub limbing Mr., VAM-ASOiaiiAH'e ipeech. We huve not yet read the report of the Oatellt eamftilly, bnt on the assumption that the speech is reported with fairness, it will ojii tbe eyes of thousand of the Oaztttt'$ reaJers to the infnmone slenders which are A-.-l)OUUtiiuny., lieaped upon - its author. How came the, ( OttdU to make such a mistake? Whence this departure from its chroni;rh&bU of perversion and mi repiesentationT Let the people under stand Mr. Vallandioram's position, and, jM anJoflaepjed itbl Jirt of hisfoea, and the prejudices thote lies have engendered, nine-tenths of them will become his friends and c-workem7'We wHl stake our life on that ! The Moneyed Men Threatened The Moneyed Men Threatened by the Government! J Tha capitalists of tbe fauQtry have not subscribed . to the. loaua required by . tbe Government quite so liberally as desired, atji Scf thai 'Qovernoovnt' throngh its official oigan, the New York Timtt, makes this threat ! , ' .',, We must have money I If we cannot j ruise it in one way, we shall have to do so in another. It i a not altogether a choice with rich men and corporatism tehttlur thtp vill Una money to the Uovernment It vill 6 drawn from them in tome irnjf." Dtvotir -wealthy citizens hear that ? T-ei them" Tieed it. A "Government" which pays to regard to Constitution or Law; which by force of military power takes tbe lives and liberty of the citizen, will not fhesitate to seize his property aJso when "military Aueeesiiily' requireri-- Let rich men ponder these words of Lincoln's orgaklft New Tort. '' - ' ' ' The Canvass in Indiana. 1 ia ,The Republicans claim that M0KT0H ,is getting the better of Mc Donau), tbe oppos ing candidate for Governor, in the politi cal discussions now going on in Indiana It would be a matter of mucfh surprise if such; waif not b fact., tlhe ground which we understand McDonald ia assume is uutenabte. . Once oncede that a State may be coerced ; that war is justifiable, in any emergency,, by the Federal Govern ment to1 constrain the obedience of Rove reign though-" refractory States, and the whole aiguiurmt is conceded. -IfMcDoii-ai? ip riol 4etc i, .it is because his oppo nenl U an ass. , , We understand that there was a large uieeiI(M(of -Peaca- uiea in - Urban a, on Saturday last, . Let these gatherings be multlplted'evefy where. ' Tbe ranks of tbe Peace Partyfare gajnipg reyrpits every day. Keep the balljollio". ,. 1 j ( , of fUnT'i'inaoa,is kX la dupotl-uwt wl Mtty tyrant.' One, phase of b tjranay poasisu in neraiieutTnir nia uolitieal onocMu-nta wherever I "Mnington, ana is always reauTiwtuea ou .A" "rtiat rec'ntlf remarked to as : expect anythingjol amao i wholwe'art ! number six hat. and aumbe eleven boota." apt npprtiBC bea-r,-' . '':,. be has a herd ol miuiona to do hit bidding. Thnrs is in him in ehiAnoA all tk, sssli. tlam aihi(,n unnstiluta & itnannL like AUTnile . .- i...- 1 ,.J' i. j ; i - - - ' - - . T . . r . r . . . (t-'aatar or wapoteon ,i.ibooib saeaaea inio tiways ready to tn , have fiati the honor of painting tbe portraits of Calhoun, Benton and Clay among our emi- ! rienaien and also of Ur LiacolB. The app- rent want oi imeiiigewce ana ormnees jo civmncevtl tatter gentlemen stnek tne as remarkable,.;., J, his reminds as ol the i Standard excuse mads by He soldiers In Vir- ! ...in f.ii. I.innln'e klniideps. nelriAlr ''Vnu Dumurr bi& ui. u r;rort w Vest. r. I -i n : I . . - i u.j L.:f l A eiuwa ia f ruisjvavv oaf ai)iiisu iv uais eronly4JOsenttotbelrootMpoi4VMWo Democratic Peace Meeting. Pnrtnant to a cell tinned by more thn two tboeaand voters of both tbe Democratic and Rpublln partisi, a larjte number of the eitiient of Montgomery county, met at Beck' el Ball, In tbeicity of Dayton, on Saturday, Anput J3th, 1SC4, for the porpote of "pro testing against a further draft of oar able bodied youne; men, and to demand the imme diate Inauguration 0f measures for a peaceful settlement of our diXaultles." , ' , ,. ,0n motion, Re Won Belville was chosen Pittas of the neetint? - H Apple, George Oetter, Peter Long, Sr., William Standel, and Ur 8 llawktnf, were elected Vic Presidents, and George W. Moyer, M N. Kimmel, and T. V. Robertson, Secretaries. 1 0-mie,'1W r. Tbrenher, William 1. Oillespie and Alfred Iamt, were appointed a Committee', to draft resolutions expressive o' the sense of this meetinr. Itbuitig Impossible for more than one third of the people present to find seats within tbe Half, the meeting adjourned, alter a recess of fifteen minutes, to meet at the east side of the Court House. After the meeting bad been cnllod to order, the Committee ou Resolutions, through T. K lbreber, their chairman, reported the follow 'ng, which were unanimously adopted : RENOLUTIONS. "B. onlyokstaele ia-the1 wat of a peaceable tet- llement of atldilllcultiae, Is ihe determination t,iispui ouwn, aim in ouuiu aiauus lo-uay as oe- Whereas, It ia the privilege of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the gov. ernment for a redrens of srisvances : and whereas tba President of the United States baa just issued bis call for Afia.OnO more troops, to fill up the thinned rauks ol the ar my, and has proclaimed that unless the quota 19 nneu oy volunteers oy tne otn 01 September next, he will fill it by conscription, that dis criminate in favor of the rich and axainst tbe poor mud f and whereas, the quota ot- the Srate of Ohio is about forty tboucapd, a num ber equal to half of the able bodied men of the State , Therelore, we the people of Mont gomery coooty, la aosrention assembled, re Mpecltully make the following representations and adopt as an expression of our opinions tbe tallowing resolutions 1 ' All the difficulties between the two sections of the country might have been aettitd without bedding a single drop ol blood. Tbe war was commenced wub (5,000 men nuder the most aolemu assurances that the rebellion snould be put down and the Union restored 111 ninety dnyj. Waen volunteers wore de manded for the three years service tbey were promised by tbe Presideut, uud by a resolu tion pas.-ed by both Houses of Congress, that the constitution should be maintained, all laws obeyed and enforced, and that the war should it bj prosecuted, for the purpose of subjur ratiort and conquest, or interfering with tbe bcul institutions of tkt. several States. This sacred pledge tu the soldiers, to the people of both sections of tbe country, and to tbe world, has beeu grossly violated by thi President in bis Emurcipatios Proclamation, by Congress in the Conliscation act, and by tbe recent rejection ot overtures for peace on the part of the South, unless udod coudition of the abandonment of slavery. lue war lias been carried OS tor more than three years, with disaster and defeat to our arms ana humiliation to the country, deluging ihe land with Iraterntil blood, turning every household from joy to mouruing, burdening the citizens wilb the most oppressive taxation icd briugiug bankruptcy and ruiu to the peo ple. During all this time contest bas beeu waged by the authorities at Washington and oy tbeir officer ia the field, in a spirit of bit terness and malignity, amounting almost to barb-ifism Persons who have differed in op iuion with the President, or wbo bnve orili cizedhis acts, he has bunted dowa and perse cuted with the most merciless rior. ) 1 ( He 'bas denied to sovereign States then constitutional rights. , He has daatroyed the nation iu ' order to establish a military despotism upon Ihe ruins 01 constitutional liberty. He has stricken down the freedom of speech and ef the, press I : '. . i , . . He bas deprived American citissnsof their liberty without due process ot law. He has held persons to answer for capital, and infamous crimes without presentment or indictment of a grand jury. He has denied the riuht of trial bv iurr. He has punished individuals and the press for condemning bis lawless acta. - Ue bas disregarded the right of the people to be secure in their persona, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. 1 He has arrested citizens contrary to law, and punished them without conviction. has suppressed the ballot by military violence, and dictated elections at the point of the bayonet. - He has suspended the privilege of the writ of hal-eis corpus. Hs has divided a sovereign State without its consent. . . Be has seized by force and imprisoned a L,e(isiatura eiecteo. oy iae people. He bas proposed 10 allow less than one- tenth of th people of a State to govern; aed control rhbre thau qlne-tentua of the people of ihe same State. He bas assumed the right to command the militia not in the actual servin of the United States. He baa denied to the people the right to near arms lor tneir own aetenae. He has surrounded himself wkh a horde ui corrupt ouiciais, woo nave piunoered the treasury and burdened tbe people wilb taxes. Ha has destroyed Ibe freedom of religion. - He bas arm ailed every constitutional guar antee for the protection of the citizen, and subjected him to the irrepressible tyranny of I fnililarv violence i - He has rendered the military 'superior 'to ' the civil rinwee. ' ili' 1J i The nennln trained in snhmissiiin to. Ka an. 1 1 , . . , ' - " " - L : .... , moriues hits paueuuy tuomiueu to tnese srrr.ieu wrungs. , , But w th all these outrages upon Ibe rights ot tne people, combined wan ihe assaults of J,600,0TO nseh, "wbo have hi different limes entered the service, the rebellion ha. not been tosnaetl ane steBawt ae ever. --' ,'Wahellev Oisl ths siactril. ..f ttia fU,U would to-dayconsebt- to a restoratioa of the TTnion urulej Ilia f!anatil utiin anrl I1 !. , of ibe f resident to destroy slavery, and lo el J ovate the net-ro to a position in society which .l nj ) j l IBS una vi isiis f rfi mtwitwev will ID oo. - copy. ' i W wntidet that tvery ill. ftsrsaDer lost in thi raolt atrocibus war will be a deliberate murder, and every dollar wrung from the pocket of tbe lax payer to further its prtsie cation a downright robbery. ? In viewo! these facts we therefore,, i i I Reioin, That justice and kannnity'de mand the immediate cessation of hostilities and Ihe adop'inn of peace .measures ni tht onlv hope of tt.e people,, v. . t ' 's 1 Tba we n-moustrnte against any fur iherdraft upon the able bodied men of the country, to assist in prolonging a war that we believe to be uncalled far and tunerlntively wi ked. ':(.' , r W I li.Vi 3 That tbe people should aot bwnoaimei.aon to taae up atms in tne detence ot a govern ment that refutes to protect tbem in their rights. - 1 - 4 That we demand of tbe) Pratldftii af the United States at the servant of th" people and not Iheir master, a revocation of his or der for a conscription, and we call npon the people throughout the State to continne to hold meetings total! for peace and a redress of their grievances. , On motion, a committee, of five, consisting of G. W. Hook, W. 11 Gillespie, M. J. Swad ner, Wm. Rtansel and C. ft Hartinan, were appointed to wait on H, C L. Yallandig ham, and request htm to address the meet ing. Able speeches were made by Thos. F, Thresher, Esq , Hon. C. L. Valluniligham, Hon. Geo. W. Honk and D. A. Hotik, Ksq. tin motion the meeting adjournaa I t JACOB BELVILLE, Pres't. M W KtMHEI., 1 .1 L. Rorrrtson, Secretaries. G. W. Mover, J Prominent Tax Payers of Dayton. .. Ion. . 'Ihe followinj; is a li'l ol the business arawws-ttie oily of Dayton wbo will be taxed in the eomiDff year upoofriOoosDdupwants, mraisbed by AiHttor Lows lor publiustioa : . , , H'Aulwsts Dry aoait. e' H ?j ' Werrltte. t ytte Sbsw.:.r si'io ooo lsrsl, Herrheircile S Co H 7'i,lioo Pruuh A Rilce : J'AMu , - i . j i , ', , inttrv sviT 1 A Fvtshreoit rhslps.... , Fritch KIm;ii-..,.. ..(..i.i.... John Hsmth Cn..,... K o'Bhen A Hm , , J B Gilbert A Oo .... Knel-lv, M'-Intire A Co A Pruden S-nllh A Dlwln . Win Vollbrstht ACe i6.00n U.'.SO . 7 "?9 1S.S20 I IP00 ' 4,MI 10,t 8,0(ie . S'-ie-. ss,no v !'.,lffli r- .o5 .' $10.40 , 3Q,Ki . fio.ogo Sin trn . U,HA Bardvart. J Lsngdou A Bro ...i, Lootnis A ttarntt Koserf . Fowler AiitMy...i.. Anderson A Dofem.... ,.... iVdtost. i J 0 Gain '. Rohin)D, IndSiow A Lowe- Ooflman A Okbora Drujt, W W Stewart Suekt. .T-mes Birkey....' Payne iliwls and BktHI. Fernedins-, Filgefort A Co... John Powell Anderson A M Intlre... Uory A Brutber Tan Autdai, Dixon A Oo.. i, , , , Iron, ant bttmr I brown A l-wn.... Oreol A Kins ..... . WelT. Bennen A Co , Qebhart A Marshall. .i..i... irnlfufs. M Ohmer T i )Wllt....;..i..t..,..i..i.... tlantels A Brsdly I 1 ) .' ' l ' OnMafag. ' 1 Phillip Klopfer .Tames Mi Dsnint..... t hsmberlsin A Psrker FiDks A Lealer....... Preeue A Nixon Wm Wslker Hats.. A C Brown " " - STafiiifaelideerit, At w 1, Darrow. ............. ,i.. ....-.. Birnev, smith a Co E Bimm F nelikart A Vm.... OeMairt m llmllisr. , I 9,inn , 3S.WH 2(1 5li , ,Ui,0 too.ooo . -, I u ; .. i t e.soi .t- seyoo S.0110 IS I' d t e.sse i x v ll,.',liO ; i .' . m tso M.Hi ' tj mn OSii i-v- . I S 9011 . 4(1 'SHI g.ii . , . as.Ui. -. t . e isMi Kclli A Kuhni Ms I A We-ten tlaisi ;....'..:... Mssso It two ' SIWi ...lAwa.wrc Ssseii mi , 44,760 ii Hin-lenisn, K.vaMSA Crawford. John Harps Btsn hsrd A Bro D H Farnedlag A Sun J lUrshmnn A Brother HsssA Mllohell Mundsy, Worman A Hllt-H... Crswiord A btlllwell , ,l.7Wi ttout. Mills A Harnple Ill Mi', aeiier ionorer R A Parrott E Thresher AO Roinbergrr, Wight A Co ClegK A Wood , T A hlllips A Co- J H Pier-e ... FurrourhlA Htwsrt i.. Zwiek. Bo kwltr A Oo. stoddsrd A Grirnas , T4C I...'.,.. Ii) Mo lt.0110 ' 18, "Ol ', ' b.AOl i.v.l,.....- (lt 0Ni 1!) 4 0 r"v . 24,470 i. f,'1 . (Assiwrtrvr J T Wolf H.akksr A Blaak lt-f-r-. Bank'. V W liters A Boa Ilavlnn Rank ,. Braaah Slat Hsk 117.17(1 , 1 JH.U.X1 SAipperl. Jueisr. 1 7 R Chambers l4ae AUi Oetitiart ;., ch HuriouiiUs v J a Hnttlen IC Spinning ,,.,.(.....,,, 7b6oe. 8 P flrsAim f-.4.i ..t. J M BsconA Vq.7.. ....J.7.... pnail Dry Oaodf.,t , Chanoellor A li"u;ks, ..y....,.. , S2V.431 s.San , ' .77t) , e.tbA fi,7isi 14. raw ,,44"i 21, Sun ' IV 11 II. lay .. S7.i wuiin " . vm,.M... e4. Knlsely A Imrst ...;....... George . Iliaon Andrew Uuaip..H H. B. V. Perriue , J. fl. Powers , J 8. Roufberry iv-e-ei-. I.7SO is jho F c Trehvin .' W.70U v,n Dorra. Miller A Pox . -MUiaen Ha. r A Co i U. V. Wait ... . . jsi, .',44S JSllll I larriet-t.-4.....e-. i 1S.KT0 ' S0.I-9O S.K.M) H HeiviiiHll-;.. . W. Wem br.rt.. ...a t. !ti.''k.".T.'...' ! X. Hralhmsn T. R. Uillis.... .rfl If. Hralhmsn ,4 l( ' C r: V'"key A C0...... s.' ao S.U76 J. M sttrs., A thorough examioanoD of the returns of taxable j personal .ropertj has bsen made by tbe Auditor, and . rv, EtiArii ani Tci Tioiaaad ZWMr. liave been add. ed thereby to is. Dupucstsler lids): i : i, 1 , i i. i .' - . Shoulder Straps for Negroes, and Menial Service for White Men. Puring n jew days of ihe temporary Absence' of Colonel fiavil, from Hilton Head, caused by Ihe extreme illness ot bis wile, 3earal Birneywho it exceimvely ixcited "by what faiaoa tirowoiow cans - oegro on brains : was placed in coramund of that post ; and to , . . . . ... . - l. . - . I , snow OlS Otter cwnieujp mi in- wuue man ano hit love for lAs oerre, d OoUHed white men ..to oook rations for to segro. ayieawea aaav weoete of great bnt rJtai 3"Wonderful "conspiracies" are not new party inventions; we cqpy the following bit of hittorr: At this time, fiiurlnv the civil rsra Bnrf.r Ph., .. Tl nr nl tn. Veution was toe pro's, and the city of London was cue (lny afcirid by rumors of a plan 10 Wowep tlis) rVer Thames kr meat.s of an im mense quantity of gunpowder, warehoused at the riversi'ie And ili(T existed an organized, Uiouglrinnsible, brotherhood of many thous-Jf amis en. h consecrated knives ; and those who mitaterf to give crsrlll to such rtimnre, were branded as maliirnants, iwho blnni the HaillV ni itlA It.rliimanl In liaarl - I'.ir.mA viciories, were uiTHpno'is to keepupthesiiint: of the parivjbut efuuit-r prognosticated some inlouded liang-by- the guveriiment. - When they were desirous of augmenting the ariBy. . . 1 n or introducing new garrisons, or using an ex- ireme measure wiin tne city or tne royalists, there was always a new couBpiraey set aUunt. iiuii ynsnuo hwiii-h -ii tijqrurTtans in ineir ji:.JiM':. L.l.. .r ..j,: - .1.1' uuj, il in mutiny ui iiiniL-u uuw inr ton Kefiublinat ,rriy of our day is inclined to imitate tbem in thewny of political lorg, riet i r f? m m I. sAWlieti iliel Hie sop ppended answers are' i. ..i. V- .1. . . I pTo-prrTenpunii-a m ine inierrngaioriee precea- ing Ibeut, iloiibtleas those I iimliar witk spirits can decide. As our city is now hotiortd with liih IpriisHldeliof many of J b is o!as, it is at least an " npt time lo attempt to gairfmliir- mnnon on these points: '-'i,r- the lievil wialies t invite mortal lo join Ins chained spirits, what name would he use f l,iak-on. s Jo ! If he wished to co mm and hia impt duot ft tr5nff-raiodfd, virtuous fennnltJ. whut uame would he use? Hooker. If he Wanted to describe the ndnishment he iiiflitilaonbia eubiecls, what name would useT- Burneide.-K V" - If he wanted to, borrow under clothini. to whom vtould k. apply ? yShnrur . 11 ue wisiit-u iu ueienu ueu against, aseauir, wants woBUillt kirw Gr risen. " Jl be wi.lied to wredk a vessel, whom would he hire as pilot B-eidier. t Jf;, ' ft he wished to scorch a mite, in his deepest pn, wbotq eouid he, lure 7 . . Urownloa -. ' '.- . !; -fn jtnm : n-. ; j The rjundred IJaya' Men ar toon eiLooct ed to be on their way home. , Wonder wheth-1 er governor mougn .... mourn. n s war norse agma(l -lelj ehf, fOvd tfirooghtilsr famous' ouuieni,.uis, now ne.Iuolea tbem .into the ,rv,Cefot his'nwrt self-gl-fnfic.tlo'n ! Will e teJlfJkem bow It happened that of tbe ''One Hondred ,J bou,a,,,d Men';, .tha, were, U go from Ohio, Indiana. Illinois, ic. onlv ihose from Ohio went, beeaaae Was able m force them.i.W,1h,.,rv.g, ttod,lhe other OoVeru - ors relused 10 jmpose upon their people ? There kr a great lii-ii ether prliUit oues tioBs (V(iriteti.Wi(h'ithVbiidred rtftys' ser- businessy)q regaryl pi which ;bodieiB would like to be enliuhiened by liov. Brouiiu Abolition politicians of the Lincoln school have fed the puhlic on lalsebondt for nenrlv four years, endeavored tn idenlily the eosnel ; v.nr,.i w.in r residential prociamai ions, an- olition editorialt, and ttump speechii.'. Thel I . :.Ln -I...- i , people understand these impostors', and ahnnt In Hisnl.o. lh.m wi.h h.lo... a..J patent men. '.,,.A, ..; ) yr,is - ; - - - SEWING ' 8 ill VV-A. Jl 'JiJJii Variety of Sewing for Family Wear, ITtHOHthe Liehtest Maslia o the-lloiviafl t.Kilh. r They workroiaHvw-ll utvnnHilk, Lnit-n, wooli-ii, ind Oojoj Ofoa.leJ-SwIlls-.iu.ail, WstherltiS". Mem- iniug, rliinf RrsllrKand'i.Or.fnir,perriirniin eve, y spK-ies ot t-em exi-epl workmg buUi.n lleles, SiitykarA)s atAwaVsntrl ikalitm.j j , IJ j J OtDii 4tHi 'phlUir's' House JNO. C. ANKKNEY. JuneS-t-dtr LLL Ibuer Stephen!, ) No. 2911, ' ' ' . r, , i Superior Jurts AjUK-UANT to avxitjomapf th? Superior Court of Moi)ig -mry oftri. Orfitrt tt.tvvJ rflTh mQ muse, ut iis Junt. Term, K. 0 18J4, I will, on Tauday, AiHjit iIh, ISM, . , xtti door ol the o..r. itu,ig4m ti of Jir n, id pil county, tiwa f ha. hours of two aiui fmir ''fltltl J AV rlv'''yj.fll- r I UMf MlffTJI tti tl hiRlivHtbt1i1i; ftimtio.flrfK ),,i5(rtUf pr-n,lr-i: art of tli porth half or vktiiod nutnhr ,fcj'itpn 08). Ku'i WgitM tytfi)t Mrngii ium,liTr live (5), ln vreQ the Miami rivm in Motgun y tountVf Ohio, besinning nl the BfUf t&AHi vnnr oa the wfht hue of naid Htetutiun ; theu- north l J xo' viiKhly-lwo (82) po en to aco-nttr; thei.ct nouth 8i et. t two hitntire! and f1(ty-itst 4 ihirry-itix kun ilr-dth (Hfti3ti loO) im eeTui porDr; thcuutj Honih f' -asjt e'liL-wo ftad fori eighth huudru. thtf it !) fnir 4 tutur4 ! "' Aorth 4H whn( lwo nuntirfd uu njiy- our ni lorty nunnre nn- vf4 44MUO) yolm (o.iBe tlHua of itetfinniux cootsun.oK one nnriTT'"! an ' ivTrrry nine na aereruy one nun dre.liba ltiH7-l(Ha.ir. . .. - . Baid Vtni.i" Urkiut tvrtf tVillfH i-nt 6 tntrefitte, hnii upon n a drhnK two log cabini. a frame leattat h.n i ue, a largo urvhurd, atid about (.iietn aiTP of rirnber Appraisad atl'diMi an an aoie. Uh """.S- MnyfleU for f'17 J14 UlvO. W. MUAHlKk,' - j r. Master CoMmiiriiyiiaifr. . July 0, IhAi-dawla. jut John dettelon, i i Hholeaaltj Dealer la a- m Foreign aDonicsuc LiQUors! t v aeca-t,! . c. ! Oi X5 Tblra OireCl, DAYTON, OHIO: KEEPS ON xAp Lagead,Ai-r-a Quauluy o , t i , . ,, i f Bourbon, Rye, and ; Other Whiskies,! BRANDT", OIN, RUM, BITTERS, AC. j vjBs,Alsxitvrg)xokiTfC1girs."a SJuit 14. last. dAwU r . "-v - 'it iaa rj'i ht siai - iiojA i Men. Medical. I 1 j ' - j , j I , i eta Miatn e. lf uousnllt r wiib Wwihia and i j.l u vice onetmuie. . i.Il I - ; . :.- '.. . 1 1 ti&M-i 1 J i ntinnlirtn II i. nt ni., (.Hsr frt int nlte truubi.d with these eon ptsfo's to tiy "tie it Je- ol J 9rtck'attiT t Mellifluont Cough Btttenm to cominrethr-m '.t at it t ths lt r""prsiloii ever ' " .""t only i-nres iheiWf nn,.,.ii,.n,.,i ., iiar.il sirtj Lens, bm.lt cure Nta-hf Swssls r-i ! Hr,mig f , ,,And .sn.lhi,r rsir" em iinnnixin iwi. 11 is pi. .nt m ., n 1 V'?'aJ."" . rJr' Ceyte perbniiif . . I"U EKYr.i.Y f n(? r.mi ol mm liHirftsinK Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy. RHt wlitu UioiM. say w tm have used it: mr. t imrifrri w . f .unci, nm, of l.tMbsviHp, nrrl Mr. .1 '' I1". -'iuoini Hti.O .both v-rjcuieti-wtrunr.K tnpy hnv trie'ri fvwruhina but r iil.l nt.iain ntfJLuit Plt aHtl.0v1r i'iifii ' r sTLrWA"1'""" ?'TZL1-'.",1 JL'? he.wbo'sriiflfrnigiotiyit. "k for -d n ( ,. ' , , "T ?'rI'a1 ' tie Remedy. TV, JVfjttinlHpftirtv, at 11)14 . - j.'. : ' AAli - -IT Hi XT X. I Strickland i Anti-Choltru Mixture. .romposiUon ,,r astringent,, .berti,n.e, , Ha, . 1 Innte and esrminetlves, ahu ll i ver ) MMo'sii Tr,,.. 7'" - Pparau-a mn v, ,n . n,,-i o Xl'al. Ifl?!; nospiiais hr it gm. the sr. si-i (susrar-,,,..,. i'. - ZZ XVS?. 'ly m ili woru or liirM..,,,.i ... ' fc."r. w"0,l"ul Covinwon. My., ui is m hnpi j 1 uhoh'm mTi testimonials ir-,ni pn nis i,o hsvi - im mim a sum ' ly,,?lTT"l ?I?.W,J.,:",rJ,,'"',1!'Vt.,.,B''' Hair Restorer. nrelcrttsivil tlru iimimmvip A OAIiU TO THK PUBLIC. qHJ! UNIiERSIONFn hereby return Iheir tlisnl.-, -L-ioAtr Valentioe Fries, Agint,an.i the " ' " ",a " IWilirAai .oewTork, for the great promptness they have shown In pnytr.fr to lis (he aninni.t ol Hie in-ur. nee l on the lifi- oi Pei.r Kmher, deressi d. S.ld Jtialn-r insurea nmnieHT,r ine I.H.. Ill ot bin vile srd ilm- dren, on the HlHI dv o April, 1WI4 He Mi.l.lfWy took sii'k.and led nt the 3d dny ,i My, lkr.4 on this d.iy ihe I'ompnny ),s mm us ihe sn.ouM i.f the insiirnn-e Sl.iot) We riilnk it nuht that ll, pol,. lie should know tbvse Isots. , ', ' BAHH4RA KICIIKR. I Payton, Way24,lS04. A. JJuoltsT. l,d I ' vitorrsisoH uk iiiiAai's' i 'J i. ! I . . 0.T OF.NTJINB HAIR .RESTORER! DISKASES OF THK KCAL1 l rpH K nkill ol tlie n.rriical feouiij in trfttitip Jia ns?i ; X oi Hi vent). hs,l n,oil . ol t Rfps. I tit tj i i !','u " uV,i' : auoeesr.-ii.t inv.sinLi n ot eau.e is uisuovereil, it is en liner ilnprn. ,i u.iy t orsd into Ihe .'.Hee.e und crri-f a pi tniruu-i.t ii.i. iJlstasra ol Ilia scalp lisn- I en, pion. uuieu ,I liml.U- bs tn me of thv inoeii-iiuiii ut phtsictubs. 1 i,ie ue- voted j a S.4US sjj- t l't ui, . , , , , To this peculiar part or the humen trame, and I am miisneu inst I possess THK ONLV RKMEDY So Urn known, tlmt wnuM perninntintly prfldicati . Uio-e JujtihfiuDie (im:iiHH of the hoaii t SALT RHEUM, feCALD KA1, -And othr tritfmpmia div oaneH, nt rentortj i n hair to tliui-e wh' riatTe tvctinie tatld, 'lo n ake t ituod ti. e- kiat-rtion, 1 will foiiiii 'J i'lfE HVhlDHED lOLLAliti '( If ,1 fail to cure tbe wor-t rnes ot di -nsed acaJpFi I (ce lorjgeBt standing wiih the ON.Y OKHVUB HAItt RBVTUKElt . Held ihv rblinwioa: 1 (TflAi'imofiij (4 Jkitau'tih Uouid.) , .. , ,M Aiiim, buy Yoju. rir. J-tMuwn: Twn Tenrtt ajfto my toMfi heratni tjift. wpti.Hiiu my uHirriinnienre u io lail out Try Ir.!. I Tae difli ahe Npit'tifM-ntil rry tt'fl'p out irnijlf-ie 1 nor. Jt bifamfl vtr p.ti.iui, mr icht fit twglt wp hroaia?n; th Utrmti hi.u i.t-liihr e-ennniloi. wbi- ui !() por ahlp; 1 houU Hj-ly rt myiy ailtr jt , l til only mon entHi y reii-1 I rf ttMiItt d t t ml j I wi vi ant ol ihiis oity I waa irWornfd ,y ttM m that .he dixcuHit wnh Khii h Di j 4c-lp Maa al.tctt-a vita ( e U I Kli uni. vul that Hit y i-yi.lti niit lmr)t iim ltti4 I your advi'ilint-ii.t ut and atitduditl lo f-nsutt jtii. Voti i.it'i me tl.it I you aoulu t-imli ii the dipt nftu and rfhiuif my le-ir, whiet. had Uft-ii.e wry tl is. Wiin tiiut ns-t rMK-e 1 pi need ui)iili in your r.anua,, ,v w-hIu m ierl-.l)v well, ami list hair h. c-ui-td tj tyiliMtJ K-mK-t-t ally yoillin. . . . ivi uh. f-iiAH u i lii, imo. 1,7 !unis. rearl Firel If i-r. fart HoVnr.wli l.vd l.y all vho hat ui-ttj tba Ifhir Httor-r, and their name i Lf-glon, that it ia TDE 0KLT I'KKPARA'.IUN That would eHsrtua'lj- and pfrmanenily reafore th hairot ihoaeahoare t -aid, and preveat T1JE H AIR FHOM KALLINQ OFi". Tlie I 'i rue and lantilly inrreainghale oi ttitx ritio ia the iirUkti'! evidwiK ti ol the iuaniioll tirutraia it ia nuulv-riiug upuo THE HUMAN FAMILY. Th runfViVrfc of tht puhlit haa tVTonetained, nn4 tht? all uniiv tn utiesiiog tu it, nit nt and Tat Hiij.nn oruy CVFU ALIi PBKPAttATHWB r,.'riiitrhdtif,',ti. I do iiol rrfiomnii nil my preara-lioiitoitMit-v hmr to ti' w ix left in lieL! aa n moy nioniiw, ait ma airnpic imt'tiirr-ihilKy, end tuinlij m roiiNitaieiit wilh the lawn ol Nalnre. I o Uiu-e w Im urn akaptKeJor wurt-duloui.l wdl n aU a bona ttdeotraii I will forfeit 1,00 (One Thom-Mid Dnllara) if I fail to cure the w-nu fweivff1,aMl"1 v f0 ' " lUJB-ONLYKM JKfi AAIB BKHTOKfcB. ' fhia w.tnderful remed) i, old by drujigiMa giner- ft9 vnvooiKor got it 6km I- N B '"'in en Aranteed fn every rn.e where lUedi ' rection tor e are implmit( oU-yt-i.. i at rrij, ii per ui(ie, or ix tiotiiea fhr ff. FKiil'. H. A. UK MI NN, . I Hole Proprietor, Ko. (irt-rtae afreet, - h" ymk NOTICE.' .. .. A PfTITtOtl will r-e presented to eovemor J Urolith (or the pao-iton of cisyboro ilatrsn, sew f prisoner ia the Ohio raaitenttory aSOwt A1XAB1KI BAOAV.