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J. V. IIAILUV, Ihlitnr.
TIU IISI V. Alii. , tSUt, National Movement to Ohio. The Otizrffc Rays tltc prnporition 'f tho Hi publican f?tato Central Committee lo the Democratic Executive Cnnunitler, tn unite in calling a convention to nominate Slate officers, on tho solo basis of tho luatntotiitncc' of tlio National Government, mill tho sup pression of tlio rebellion, seems to meet with little favor from tlio IVitiocralio pivr.r. There is striking inutility to tilled,' any reason why in a time of public dane:. r the people should not unite in 1li ilefcta.o i.f the country, but there in on tlio int I of the Into organs of tlio parly a decided Indisponi tion toliavo it done by tlio people whom tliey have ceased pretty much to leal. t would lie well to Keep in v'.ew the k'I iiation of affairs and tlio con l.l'.otis on which this proposition is made. There in no i.it Mi tion to havo a coalition of the nttl' lut an organist inn fresh from tho people. Hut the inovcnient iniifit lie-in somewhere. Too Democratic Committee met nod look ni measures to start it. ''On the contrary, ipt'lo tho reverse." If the Republican Coininittt o liiel issued tho cull, no in titer how broad nnd national the terms, pal ly j.nlnitay ii.h-hl charge that it was n l!opubr.vn tnov cmr nt. Therefore the Itepuhlieau t'ouuniil.'C pro posed to the J cnioerut'o Committee that they as existing, organized bndi.M ti'iotd I tinito in calling a conveiilion of the pi-oj !; on the single issue now before th- country. Tho Committee have (ill ihe fidi of tho present month to consider the matter, when if they do not ncecpt, the Republican Cnm jniltee will issue Ihe call to the who!'1 peo ple of Ohio to send d'-'e;,!, to a "inl" Cnn- vention on the solo is.n.o for which Mir troops are in the field - tho inaliil . nance of the supii inacy of the National ( Int eminent, of tho Coiintiliilion as the supremo law !' tho land, nnd tho Mibjii;;stioii and exempla ry plliii'.hliictit of the tmilorn :tnd n bela who have made war upon Cue C.o criiin. nl. It was tho't when the. very cv ieiice of the Government was at slake, no parly 1 i x is; should he Kepi up heiwei n tlio pcoj le who have united in its tleft'liMc; Halt ihe ii sne on which Ohio has twenty-live thousand of her sons in tho field, and for which i he cvpoeis to rend twice rr many, was pent oiioii;:;h for our political content; that when Ihtno ciats nod Republicans itand i-ho'ddrr to t.liouidcr in the fa Id. ofl'ei in ; tii tli' ir lives together to defend the inl 'grity of their country, llie people at home might also to lie aide to unite on the san.o ue. The Republicans bclicv e thii--, and uot xvithst.inding their poetivinoii of the tlov criimeiit and the prestige of a war which unites the people of tho North, they pro pose to sink their organization and all mi nor questions beneath the groat if'tatr wliieh is now to he decided ly the arliitramcut of arms. They propose to sink all divisions ft home, for the purpose of sustaining our troops who have united in the field. There can he no other policy than this, ox cept on the part of those who put the pres ervation of parly uhovc Ihe safety of Ihe country, or who would even destroy the Government in the miserable hope that out of iia wreck they might retrieve their parly. State Sovereignty. The tory press of Ohio, of which there pro some ten or fifteen in number, seem to lie terribly worried about "Lincoln's army'' (as they call tho loyal citizens who havo volunteered for the suppression of rebellion) violating Mate Pighls. Indeed, with them, the National Ciovcriinieiit ia n secondary consideration, and in not a few instances lmvo they exclaimed, under startling head lines: "Lincoln's Government repudiates fMato Sovereignty;" "Lincoln wants to wipe tmt State lines, ami establish a military des potism;" "Lincoln wants to be Dictator!" There can bo no mistake in the meaning of tho tories in thoHo declarations. They mean nothing inoro or less than that the Corsti Flitution of tho I'nited States is a blunder, and tho Union which it was ordained to es tablish a failure. History records the fact that the thirteen original States won their independence n struggle in which they were united; ami that they could not havo succeeded in that Btrnggle if they bad not acted together. Ko 0110 of them could ever have won its in dependence alone. As colonies they owed a common allegiance to one sovereign pow er; they became independent of that power ley a common effort, and they became Stalt together, as I'ttitcd Stales. The independ ence which was achieved u as tlio independ ence of a nation, ami the success of the rev olutionary struggle was tho birth of a na tion, not of thirteen nations. Washington nt tho head of tho army, Jefferson drafting tho declaration of independence Adams King George's Court, when our independ ence had been won, repercsciitod tho people of the 1'iiited States; one people, coi.tu'ious 1 ono national liie. -No one of lite N.1I01 treated separately with lingland, or w France; no one of them cm r assumed all functions of separate nationality, and each of them hail a completely organized HtstO fovrilllllellt wliieli tl'ij ...,.. 1.. I, .1.1 n .it.....'.,..'. ... inany of the functions of sovcici,:iity, did exercise them. In uny iii;.pialii!t tl n ii.e, however, no one of these Stales ever h a separate sovereignty. The Constitution of ihe United Stated tho natural and admirable product cf consciousness of a common nationality in minds of tho people. Framed by a conven tion of tho pooplo of the United Slates, ratified by the several Stales io tUir it constituted a gov ciitini nt the United States, the powers of which accurately and carefully di lined. This historical statement shows the uLsui of the assumption that State sovereignty in violated by the coercion of rebellion any ono or more of these Slates. uth is tho view wy have of the ih bij-ti df the original States, and wu suppose Will deny tho fact that it applies with force to thoso formed out of Territories to tho United States, cither by or purchase. State sovereignty in BCiise iu which secessionists mid their utilizers pruto of it, (separato und absolute fcjtato sovereignty,) has never existed in f tho Unitod States except Texas; and never exercised that sovereignty more or more wisely, than v Jieu sho tUliber - fctcly placed it under tho limitations t,f Constitution of tho I'm'ted Elates liuilln tions unrepealalilo'cxccpt by tho Voice of three-fourths of all the Slates. The Great Rebellion. Progress the Work of Suppression. Tho I ale defeat at Maiinvfles m-ciiin to have ha 1 tl"i i If el ol a sifting proa '9R, to sever thn win .t front the h- (T. I;!kh vi.( and cnu.trdi(v, dniiikeniK rn and native sfiipi litv aru "plave I f ut." an 1 l ew rninnnw. 1 r v (t iive cotnin ;' lorwutd, whoi.e nieril s nor more of the camp than oi tlio counting loom, and whofio plc s!':;f com i m tnoio liom the Imtfle field than lie liuslingn. Kvetywhrrc lh" eh met l.i ofpowcr arc :e (ir. Mi Clc!! l!id is laovitr' li!;o n sen I r.im - jn'i t. hut owerlal - ! Wai hin':;tnii and on the I'otoiaa", uioiu'ii-; l:fe, impa' t in-; ooll'iige, i rcalilig, x i,''.r. He ipcal'.M to r,n' actfl, ii'nl liii'.v I ,ri "'i v. lcsky; he ad vanees the : ki t : he brings Mansfield's turbulent camp to order; ho nireti tho s' .i. K: ),c reinforeei Hai.lis; he in eve; wlici c, a! id !'"i-s every thing. Cox has ib i'v en the g.ir.ilous 'ise from I:;;' Kau.'.v l a: I '' res'n' es the nulVrl ing ci!.'iiS lo liieir viol.i'i I hiaiic.: an I 1c juie.Mi w ith them li n.lt r Ihe ;-':in n nnd Mi ipe.'' v. here but ye ii. rd iv the -.iloiis liagofliie loin 1 horde t i;i 1 1 1 t 1 in the bleci'. .t Carlo I'li nliss ia siioinr, xi;,ilant nnd rep.lv. r'i'otnoiil iii on the M isHnmippi; and u:nle'r l'i" waiel.l'ul coh of Lyon and rtogcl rebellion i,i Mi'.soini is idaviii;; the 'aili'nl lod Tin ed the 1 1 i'ei tloV.II Upon llie Cia.vi til en lia.i sloii.;!i I ! i:p .lai I. on, .ovei'liia1. lit by ! i.e.ip Oi 111.' i o All o, s and its oh: Thai the and the i aio to 1, ,i -:l.ill III er I'l !l"ie slnnv I l,d I i. it l'i l I : IS ,-eolt Wonl. I! e I lha! li well foil 1'iom I',,.. (if Meic h'c b.e.v iil.d tin i:i aiiUcu clti-V mat: a I biave li i liioi e. III. to lltllllU V brave l-.-i ie 1 Oil els ll 1,1 buttle lie plains of Ca i ; h i'i not 1 ikmi;an I'm-, i o!f !l,;tl polili i l l e -oi .;a!;l:.' tl -her tho power I '.',.; lt,y lifih. .'oliie'i uli alion l'i,!lv in ea;i:esl. of MeP'CM II S of P.lll, V-ill lo d. !e tl rtnl oii he o l. I old i 1 1 . I II el in, l-o- Tic I d b"yo!id a'l lo-,icl art ha-, i.tcarnly le-olv- nas won on a.i iae H ol his V.ilol ells life, ila lo moii'.. I, tins loin from hi i -,ca"ra- iii. e.' vail'. l'ii hand of I' Progress the Work of Suppression. Good for Kentucky. The olid l-csitll of ,!, v. as far i li. elicit in this Halo on ai d IV. i t. is most gra'i- I'yir.g. 1 1' the rctn,...l'f out any! hiier near a t v.eli .! I he ihe I t-iio tin ns on lil iio:- ili cannot bo t :tn,i:i!; to .iii.tion. .a lha From the Fremont Democrat. A National Organization of the People. li-.crv il iy'.i ".pe-i nee col li ins ns I ho liclicf thai old parly org naVelions ha vo filililie I Iheir mission a'i 1 inn i. be la;d a tide ;.s ii. cl' sr. Mints r. Ine grcal t iofcnl ol .,'.!t inl :i-ot e ;tii e ; on broad, deep chania I I I V, 1,1 eh to ihe.v. 1 1 . . v. 1 1. aps a" i he ll ' I i'o' b eiii'l ti i. -.of parly. Wobave n it-cili-b- .c thai litis parly or thai, ol il li". is ptal I ihe i;n :il i Ml. ii.i iii'V of the d ". ; but We have iimhal.en oe.i!!i It nee thai I'm .'.III l'cop! and wtK fathers, iii lin inir, are able hhow to tho ct tup V.ll to IS. lie A I v ti i." i t: c: !,"iei.l of in ciineei I . t ilh I io I's I lo ext. inrna1" t , e 1..011 world t!ia our H"pnb 1 lh tie an Ml Put our cuc- ii Wte ( iovt inm n! is not a fai.at' tries i tiit.t be brought uni!. Ilv 1 1 must now be us il was in liie days of th" first devolution. Lot ihos" who cm f..r Iheir eiumlrv without p. irt bv "iis" or "an Is, I a i.olid column, as it the gallant men who have meet the cct'tny on Ihe li d' old pai ly orga't'ations are mischief in the pre: e-i ei; the palriollc mass by -an while there is a real seiilil'l 'III. V iolenl ir nop lace in entirely by prejudi pi.i'ify imv th ' Hi. ar : c, s w ith lie' gi ii. f.irlh to of baC.lc. The i',ly useful for eney -to divide inugilsii'V line, unity of interest and partisans, eontrolhal air 'Ifinh , oppose this movement for a union ol ad l"al men under one party design ili' it because they expect to be laid 011 the shell' by i(; and w e are tpiite sure lhl p iliticlain who cannot forget parly and mere personal considera tions, w de n the government is menaced with ovei throw, ought lo ho laid on the i helf. The country will suffer no loss by thtil. I After copying the action of Ihe Pcpnbl-- e.tn Shite Conimilleo, the Democrat's article continues as lollows. The Pepul.lican parly of Ohio having an (ivcrwlit Iwing majority of the vo'cra of the Stale, have nothing lo gain in (he lino of lllce by tho piO'o"co 11). iv cum lit t. I hey can elect liieir wiioio m.iio iteuei wiiuoui oulsido help. A'o regar. I Iheir proposition, thereloie, as uustllidi mil pal'.ioll'. On such a platform every loyal man evi stand, without siirreii lei in any l.uiii 'r polttt.-al opinion, ru.-it iniautiutiy ol aciiou oi un people in all (no tree Males would tlo as much to dishearten the rebels as a succes sion of victories, ll would save ua millions of treasure anil thousands of lives. Why then hhull we not accomodate in selves to tho emergency, and act as too common danger demands that w e should act? -. . t- . . Court Martialing. s at ith I the 1 yet I from tho 1,, 1 All ti'i.iU ... t ai.o It set in stalt i general circulation, mid apparently reliable, thai thoie istahe a pretty "heavy docket" of cases for the courts martial. On the lis! of delinquents are found no leva than live colonels, pour of them are charged with cowardly conduct in the face of lljo cm my: s I ' cciticit 1 1 01 is ts to one, that be look re fuge behind a big slump during the light at Manassas; a second, that ho sought sal'cly in the rear of a hayst 1 -U: and ihe two others, that thev made a precipitate retreat from the battlefield on the sc.ua horse. w hlle the regiment rem lined lighting like heroes. The fifth is charged w ith uuoiVuvrlihe con duct in going into ihe battle intoxicate!--loo drunk, in fact, lo cither ;;ie o'd himself, or understand them w hen giu 11 by others. )y,i..'l'hi' iniiH' at tVnt.vvillo ia n t tit'velty in vvai'la'.'e. 'llie I" ! di.- 'ii dine trocpv of L iv. pc have I'.-cn uil'.y t I lie far I.v.n cm-us inly t'laii niir men in iriuia. Siii h vv .is the faiieni-! Ilht of I'l'ti.ch an' Sai d nian tfii.'i'i- from t'a '.tiLot.c t.i !'.icsc;a, the day att. r the rr. -at hatilo t.f '. i-ii m 'I'ln'i'e ihe mi 'tt tatliil !(..!. lit rs vtcv re l'i.; and id was this the and I con volitions, of il sim ple Ji ty in none etpial be longing con quest the syne tiny sho free ly, tho iiti'Ci'.c-i of the I'l'd'.l, vihcn .ns who h id been hid.'ii in tho I i no into lite i I'cii lit ! ! I i Ml. iv;dt".' I'lcuiet'h cs. Pisiiici'y, the cry if "The' .v iislriaiiH i'1-e c. mil ;'.! ' v a i raii-. tl. Fi n'ii l'i. it idmple incident arose a p:inic. I", iteveiitceii ladi s. all the vv ay to I'rcoia, l'..c I'ti.id was lii't'd vv .lit a tiv in r ina -s i f hoiM'i and fool; v. a;;ons and aii.bul.tno s v.'ttci elliptic 1 ol lot ar vvollli.tctl, un I cvt l'Vl' hccuicd I ciiide ihctn- i'!vi.s vlh ti l l'..! Soii.e tii'teen l!i mimcoI i.u a t ii.m te l in ih'd panic, and the cl life IV... ,i it was very ciaifci It lal h'. lf?..So fjr us we have seen the tK noiiihia- tttiiul tci.ets ijivcn ot the l'hat'b:i in ui my reei'iitly raii tl in d. fciihi' of the Union, it iipl cars Hut seventeen are Method. cl'.'rviiijii.fiiurtcci O. tho.lox CoiicuvruPon, uiiu' i'piseupal, heveii K.ibtitit. bcvcii Unita rian, hcviii Presbyterian, three Human Catholic, tl.rt Utiiveinbst, vice Lutheran, and one of tlio L'uuh RefonnCLui i h. ftiVfJui. W'utkins, one of the lcidiiitf l'.t bcl lo'lii idls of Mit-Loiiri lias ri sit;iictl. nnd Uit' l u 11 Lis troops to d.rdulld liavo l olli.l.r more to tin Willi the rein Hum. Ho is u inuii of Ijiye t i .'i ia ty, and his it son aside ue. 1 for ii siiddcii change in his is the i oiii"iiiiated passage of Couliscalion li .11 by Col.;-. I t hit. fci'-Ou the ilUt alt. ihe Missouri Conven tion elected Hon. Hamilton K. tiainble, ft. Loins, liovcrnor of Missouri, I y ti votes; S illard 1'. Hall, l.ieiit.Uovciior by til voUe, and MonUcr Oliver, Secretary of State. This movement ousts the llcbei Ofjicors that State and fulls their places with ueu. Sensible Talk from Mr. Douglas' Biographer. r.elow wo (?ivo soino extracts from nn cd i trVi-i.il nrticle In the Chiciugn t'ont, conducted by lohii . Hheahan, for many year the cimfid"iitial friend of Mr, Donglm, Ms bio prapher and long tin' editor of tho Chicago Tinwt, his homo organ. Probably no Matt occitpie 1 iv closer relation of friend ship to Mr. Douglas than lie. The ex tracts hero fciveti nre commended to tho con sideration oftlioso Democratic lenders who arc striving to divido the pnoplo of (ho North on the question of Mtppoiting tho Adiii'tiiiltafioti in its efforts to put down the rebellion. Itcfeiriiig lo tho objection that tlio Piosidolit exceeded his authority in defending the I'nioii, Mr. fdieahan says; Mr. Lincoln did exee d his authority when he called lor troops, w hen ho Ventured l.irgi! expenditures, when he blo'-kadeil the ports, and when he made niiiiits and brigades, in liiunbernnd power, sin h as had hover before been known in Ihis bind. We say ho del do all this, mi l what of it? ll was iincon Kllliilioii:.l for him lo do this without the authority of Cone,rcss. Ilia a - t was iiuc-nn-slilitlion.il and illegal. Put what, of il'.' Was it an net which Congress, already miuu inoncil, might- not legali.o and malo consti t ut i 1 1 1 : 1 1 ? Was Mr, Lincoln to stand still and nee the. house burn over his head, with out an churl to nave il, because ho lis l not the pi eviiu'i permission of an alumni neigh bor lo th aw water from his wet1-? Was Mr. Lincoln to allow- the rebels lo lake Washing ton city, to bit 111 Ihe I 'edet a! Csp.ila! and exile 111" b'lvernili' III? I'o these melt who call upon the Demo 'ia y to ma: k out and re buke Ihe Adniiicsti'.itioti for uicinsliiiillon. td a.-fs. w hi'i the I I 'm ci'.-cy to undci'sland thai il was criminal in Mr. Lincoln to defend the c.i'dl 1! by 111 uiieonnl;t:it;ii"iil It vy of troop:','? If they do not mi an that, then lot blatant boo tgogue-i close their lips, and apart- the pi niter's ink. Cnh ---s these men Ihiul; that Mr. Lincoln should have pcr lnilled Ihe rebels to raise ia all purls of Ihe country, and rc'-e upon the public properly, si l.e tit" (I'ovcrniueut and dietate 1' ris: of i'libiiiis -ion lo tic north, then let litem keep s'l 1;! ,i;.o:i 'lie Mibjeet of uii.-:!i:tilntional iieN a 'Is mal" i::.eeeKi"- lo jireervo liie (iov r 1 nmciil. Had Mr. Lhieoln not tloica what lie h'ei doll", there V.'.odd have been n 1 go ei inn 'til at Ih's lime, iiiil.'.a Mr. L!n e da, Hying In fore the rcla I bo hs, seeking f a' 11 Congress to pa"." an iv! allowing hi. 11 It -i in it I a company ol limit ia nrgm he e.d'e I :t go ernna (it. Arc llee-c men sorry ll.'l .h" I !o t 1 itinenl, even by a resort lo it'!: i;a-.'lii!-o!i;d nt.'.i'.ui'cs saved tlio nation Iro'.i lie rebel trail'.irt.-; Ate they sorry Ih it Cairo w .is garrisoned by troojis uiicoti-slihllion-tlly t'tii tiered? 'i'oit'd they have preferred thai (ho Coustilulioii should have l.ei'ii ol. '.eryed. even If by 1.0 doing Pillow had been able lo overrun Illinois, aad made hi t b" t !.",:i! T.vs in III" I'i'.ile liotiao e.l ;'prii'!,'hei.' P-'.li Ihe acts of Mr. Lit 11a "011 st t ; 1 1 : 1 11 1 1 ! . I ci; the net 1. and 1 In are no loi"'t r re' s It is nhva ly a v are now as cott- r is i.liiulion il as if Hi" had been originally a ti ll 1 .1, i -ad bv Congress. :t- We I tok upon those who complain of the Pit chh nl, w iih les 1 ri speet tha t upon the rebels in arms. The latter are open in iheir (.eison, and have had th" honesty o stake their lives upon Ihe issue. The former I Itu'k at home, afraid to speak mil in tlen- II ae 'alion of the war and ye! cowardly stab fie nt an they u re afraid to inecl. This war is one for the preservation of the Constitution. So far, the war has been conducted for that purpose, and with that single object. When the Government shall prove false to ils trust, and shall direct Ihe war for purposes foreign to ils original de sign, then, but not till them, will the lletno- ei-acv cry "stop. hen that lime comes no voice from potty semi-secession journal.-! will bo nee. led lo arrest both army and Government. The troops themselves will ground their arms. No power in the laud will compel litem to prostilule Ihe Hag of their country for iinjusliliable purposes. I nlil thai time comes, and wo hope il is far distant, the democracy will render a cheer ful and patriotic support to the Hag of their country. In the history of tho past they li.we lieen loyal, anu nicy are 1101 10 no se duced til this day into tho camp of treason and rebellion. 1 ;.i i. t'-'Sf oine sharp nkiruiishcs have recently t.ihan plat e on the I'otouiae, ftO" The slaves are dailv deserting from their inaslars in Virginia, out they ate not adiiiilti d into the l'i tlcral laiupa. JIkvV' The Chicago lcuiociat, l.on John Went worth's paper, has been merged into the Trilntuc. f-.-jy-Tho lilocl.ado of flalveslon Lv the 1'nitetl states steamer South Carolina is can ietl on with p-eat. vipir. A largo lunn her of rebel collators and packets have been captured. F,.7"Tho New Orleans Delia advises the plantt't'a to pick their cotton and store it unseeded in pens. If tho Northern army approach the planters are told to commit the cotton to the tlamea. t vy-The .Mexican l'tn;;reKs has passed a decree pantiii.; our t!ov eminent, tho riht to march troops over Mcxuan territory, if iiceehiiary, in operations in ihe Southwest. It was pa:.s"d in secret session by an unani mous vote. f-;'i"- rho I Lome has imssod a bill irrantiui' a bounty to ro-ciihstcd nieti. l-'.vcry three ntotiths, man vJio ie-' n!isls for the war, vv ill receive thirty dollars. If a company re-enlist, each man will receive ten dollars additional; if a whole regiment, ten dollars more or fifty d. .liars. Tl.e throe years' men also eot one hundred dollar at the cud the v ,ir. ( -,r in;;att.' v otarier .M ist.-'- n vor, c.of-.in of l'.';-;t r V. I'rv.ir, wa- captnre l with hi liors.-s at li'ill I Pan, having act-idenilv rotle a i into the Federal line: ' , .sconvin lie- imcitt fot 1 : tiiai-kiii"Vcaie:.rett;te? I " ' it ree'll.K'Ht tlo Volt a'l t'lle-cl' of tin W'ou-t "I'he Nia.'tcctith M'ssiss lie ini-.too the 21 a' Ivclitl titito's re- adlv cut tn peiecs," bt l.'.l'. -,' t"?" a dcd Ml-i'il l!c;;';li',t'M.- vva 1 1 to ai'- s ' ! r ; IV . j il,c si i uud j con duct, Die of of loyul sv er. t!ial t .v. t!ic i:ai cauiu.ii have t I'll v. I lien voii arc n.y prisoner, i.aid ICC ruui.'i- prevails in Wa'-.hiiriton that tors h:iv e been trying t n ike the th fi iitlii: ; the Capital. Th. ic will be ."i:ic lian-jiiy done at Ya:.!iin,.r t, b. ict'c tli.tt iu .1 t f tt'.titoi'a and sytn; atiii. i t s v it!i li caso.t is ch aiisc l. rri.t'.d. Wih'ov.w.iini lcdat the Hull Unit ti ;'.tt is duin;' well at Uiciiniond. as his wife who went on to Washington to ascertain Tie fact about his t it'- - Icai iis bv tlinpatt ttotii li un. lie was i.hoi tlnoit'h the ana an I othorvvin injure 1. lie ia siirroiintletl hy old W'i'st I'oint classmates, who treat linn well, il.s vvitc has returned home nonce. I in i.taiy men to induce the tlnce tnoutlu' volunteers, at the expiration of their Uri'iu, to re-enlist for tho war. Thoe troops liecu adiniiahly iIikc pliiu d, mid well splendid niatirail for new reni-i incuts. Manv will doiil llcss return home: ;oo.l spirits. C-j "tjune un cllori is iiiauu:; by expo- hut it is cotitideutly evicted that a majority are ready to remain m the service muler t.cvv cotuiti indcrs. -i""The .Memphis papers contain the of a meeting to he held iu that city to deviko no uns to get the cotton crop lo a forev'n market. The Memphis Hiillel it'iiiim tn,;t 4 Iiuiikc in tiial city sold, Saturday, uite hundred hogsheads ot to the agent of tho l'rencli Covern- incut, the same IVa.g paid for in gold. Tho pl Ue obtained was 0 cents per pound, which ncueu a proui ot mu ou h hogshead. Ut'r-The Cincinnati Coiiimercial acknowl edges it lied in having chunred Con. 11 t with "imbecility und cowardice," Incidents of the Fight at Manassas Rebel Barbarities. [From the Washington Republican.] Wc have already heard of hundreds of instance of the luost unrelenting Lnrhsi ities shown toward tho Federal troop Indeed one of tho rebel prisoners captured by tho New York He venty-l'irsl Regiment, siatetl that they had positive orders to show no tpisi ler to any one. A largo num ber of our wounded soldiers were run through wilh buyout Is ns they lay bleeding on the field of battle nnd partictilary was this done to tho pirn Zoilives, on whom they seemed lo lmvo pin titular spito. Wo have heard of many otner instances in which ambulances containing wounded men vvero fired upon. The charge upon our wounded and (lying men by tho enemy's Black Horse cavalry, Capt. Asaph, of Alexandria of which Wise lias so I it i It'll boasted Is an uct Well calcu lated to cover tho Southern nnnio wilh shame and disgraeo forever. As they ad vanced toward tho Fire Zouaves, they were Mi l. wilh a heavy lire by the gallant band, when Ihey shouted out to the Zouaves that they had made a mistake -that they wore shooting their own friends at tho name time displaying the stars nnd stripes. A lintnbt r of Ihe Zoitaves, thinking a mist iko might havo been ma le, starting to their relief, when Ihe (lag was thrown down a terrific sortie made upon them. Put their treachery met with a swift ami terrible re tribution. Tlio muskets of tho Zouaves wore again turned upon them, and they were fairly cut to prices, only six of them being left, out of sex hundred. The ensign of the First Rhodo Island pegiineiit was shot through the head ami killed during tho early part of Pie engage menl, when a bravo young fellow, belong ing to tho Kami' regiment, sprang forward, so'.od the colors, mid waved tln ni in the air. A minute later ho too fell dead to the ground, pierced by a bullet. Paring the engagement, Gov. f'prague who was always in the thickest of the fight, had two horses shot from under him. l-i eh lime, as ho loll to tho ground ho vvouhl i , . 1 ... 1 1 1 1 .a 1 1 cooii.v i.tKc it) ins can inie aim 01 mg uicoci to the ground. Col. lt'ti-!".'ilo seemed to b-ar a. charmed life. The bullet I were constantly wiii.-.ing pail hhn.sonia ofthitu even passing through his hat, and yel ho escaped without a so rat :h. 'I'he Fire Zo'.l ives advance 1 to the charge with deafening cheers for tho I'nion. and were exposed to the galling iiro of the Louisiana Zouaves, ami also lo the attack of the ieh. Black Horse all of whi li they stood wilh a heroism of which the histoty of the world present few parallels. At each lire, as they vvouhl perceive the rebels fall, limy would' claim "lilswui lh." The eolor-soi-geunt of tho Second Mahie Regiment, W. P. Dean, ami who bore the Hag presented to the regiment by the ladies of ' Colifornia. was killed wilh tho Hag in his hands. A. V. Mool, Company K, one of the color guard, was nevcrely w ounded. The Hag was taken possession of by the rebels, but was finally regained uflcr a des perate struggle. A noor little drummer bov was cut com pletely in two by a canister idiot which struck him just under Ihe anna. A piercing "Oh!" cmill'.'d in childish treble, the soldiers vvlm vvciat near him nay. was a sound that will lin in their eats for liie. Anion-,- tlte disasters of the day were two very serious ones from Ihe lirinv; into each other, by lniateke, of our own regiments. The Kijclit New York Kotfiinent was badly cut up tiiUH by either the Fourteenth or Twentydililt JP'iinenls. The Sixty-ninth Xt'iv York lievjiineiit had one company des t roved almost lo a mail by a lire from our own forces. rnfortuuate in w ere these disastora to us, Ihey vvero lar iiiore than counlerbalanced by the heavy lire pourctl into Ihe eeessioii ists by their own batteries at various limes diuiujj; the (lay. A correspondent of tho Philadelphia In (piirer writes: The oliiecrs who took Mr. 1'iyor prisoner say that anion;.'; the other I'riNoners taken was a very badly wounded rebel ofliccr. who wore the ea'lo of a t'olonel on his shoulder strap. He appeared to havo ot in advance of his regiment and got seperaled from tlibni, anil no cut oil". His left arm h id b"on sh tt teieil above the elbow, and the useless mem ber was danliu; in his coat hleave. lie was also bloc din;!; profusely from a wound in the side, yet waving his sword in the air, aad would not give up until hiitroundcd. an I a hi;: fellow of the Maine regiment rush ed uii to him, threw down hia own run and clasped (he oliiccr around the body. His sword then droped from his fjrasp, and he sank upon the ground. The first words he said were, "What fools volt Yankees are, to at lack us with such a handful of men. " Whv," replied his captors, "how many have you pit?" '-There are DIUMO on field." he replied, "besides " here his strength failed; lie sighed heavily, the blood pished from ItiH Mile in a torrent, he called out in a faint tone. "Hninia, iMituia," repeating the name twice, stretched out his limbs and expired. He was a very ha Isonio man, about thirty live vcars of a;j;e. d" h (i-i"'ll is reported that there uro la.OOO rebels at New Madrid, Mo. jfTuTwonly I'russian o Ulcers have offer ed Iheir services to the (loverniiient. jp-eV'-The Ilibiinore and flhio Road open from Cumberland to Wheelinyc. r.' W-Threo huntbctl kej;s of jiovvder and two cannon have been captured from rclu Is, near Warsaw, Mo. tr-Tho N. Y. World says that the num ber killed at Mauuassas on our side was ;jl wounded C- inissin;:; 77. S.'-Ccn. Ranks is now ut Harper's Ferry with It'll thousand t roups, lie is threaten ed wiili an attack by the Rebel troops un der Johnson. t-;.V (leu. McClcllan asked for more artil lery. He is creaiin.r ipiite a favorable re voiulion at Washington. He inapircs uni versal COlllidolK'O. f: v- l'he Hea l-, of departments, at Wa-dt-in ,;lon, are cleariu ; out the traitors. Nine cinpl ivci s of tho tl ivcvi-.nit'iit were arrested by lien. Scott on liio ;'.t) n't. Jt.: ;)-We nre rejoiced to learn, that both (i.'tic'.-al Wool and Havccy are to be ti'sie'n ctl active uud impoitant commands in r.'o'.'.-.iiiatiou of t!u in mv. Tin v will take the place of same of, tho politaal generals, tC"Tht irnll int Col. hau ler has receive the ;.p:.;iintuiei!t nf l':-i:;ad;er ( lOi'.crnl. Col clicls llit l.avd.von and Mt-Cternund a'e to apjioinlcd to the same position. They in Congress now, hut hoth served as office in the Mexican war. VMX.Tho euihusiasni of the soldiers t anti I uase near I oluiulius, lor llie trav saitl to he tine pialle.l. lh inieiitsiire goin out continually from Camp and new in 1 are com.r.v; in almost iladv, to lul laeir j jd iccs lor the v ar. i trTi.i'tcldieii A. 1'. aulas said.' I know 1 no other niotie nv vvlncli a loval e:t;.en so well demonstrate his devotion to ' country as lv sustainin;' the Hap;, tho Con have ; stitntion ainl the 1'iiion, under all circuni cuiintituie stances, under every adniiiiistiatioii, regard, i let. of party tiolitica, uguinst all assailauts n ,lll4v excesses which meu in the "heats oil to li.uco at home or ulnoad." CiyThe New York Trilmno puM'shos Ion;? letter from Waslunton, in which Imi haritica of the' rchcls at .Manassas circumstantially related and proved heyoud a douht. Not onlv were they tuilty of ill the contest are liuUo to commit, Imt disregarded th preen Use; w hich suigeons iit up near the placo where their duties call them, and which are respected ly civilized comliataiitsj they mangled bodies of tho wounded with their bayonets, ami shelled tho, church used as a hospital. All this isbhowu on tho testimony of a of unimpeachable witnesses. IiT.V WashiiiRlon disiintch says: Officers of the nrmy nnd navy Itnvc been testing two of Wiard's steel rifled cannon nt tho Nary. Vartl. They arc said to bo light of trans portation and of deadly ratifre. With 14 ounces of power, a ball was kept up .'la sec onds. With 8 ounces, the raugo a six poun der was 1H00 yards. J'iyThe discipline at Washington is now nuiumuig the rigor that should have charac terized ir from the first. Roth officers and soldiers aro to la; confined to their encamp ments, unless on special leave of absence. No sale of li.pior to soldiers w ill bo allowed, and drunken soldiers will bo dismissed from the service. fffluGov. Stevens hns been appointed Col onel' of I'm Tilth (Highland) Regiment of New Yotk, which Pol. Cameron commanded. Gov.S. wa-imlistingnised ofliccr in the Mexi can war, nnd stands high as an cflicient and thoroughly trained soldier, MARKETS. Perrysburg Market. Perrysburg Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO. Wheat 'hu- Wool Tallow V H" HvcT'bn Corn f' 1m Outs ) l)n I'tililtoexV I'll lhittcr fl lt - - -Liiitl V lh . .7.V.f80 ..2J(i2S 8c . .. . 4 lie .... 250 1Hff?2llu .2H7'2."io . ()t"10o .... He 11(51 tic . ... He . ftC'dlr 4l;i'.r0o (il'Pi'li Hide Wit)- -HfS i Suit Vhtl $1.75 Clover Seed lit ha :l.SO Plintr V In l HiiiiH V lb Shoulders fb Poultry ft lh Kjrtrs ih'r. Fi'titluo-sV III NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. f J . "li I. li C II K II, 1K N'T 1 S T , Will bo nt Mead's Hotel ill fiil 'inl, on llie 20!h of Aumi-it. nnd n iinia until the 4th of Scnlt'tiibiT. nnd in I'erryslitirfr nt tho lCxcliiuio (Vein the iilli of hejilt inlier to the HW f. E h M O U 0 V K I X S T I T U T K AMI NORMAL SCHOOL. MA I" MICK (1TV OHIO. Tho Fall Term of tlio second yearof tliia Institu tion will ci'iiuaent'P on MONH.W, ACIU'ST 2fi. The Institution i ( fuinishetl with a full corpse of (tttalili."! in I e.t)"i'ieiiL'etl J cacluTri. AminKenienti niv niiide 1'nt' ox'eiinb-t nnd svslt'inatic totirs.'S of ( 'I ns-ic.il nnd Seiciitilic htudy. Classes will lie lot-in 'd I'm' those v. h i atv prejini-in to teaett Ihe en sitiitfr H int 'i'. A ('iiiii-;j of l.'ctttivs ivill he detiv ned on snliycls of inl "rest nnd itiiTiertanee to teaclt ets. Iloitid ill j'oo I t'ainilie j, or I'.ioiii for self li'iar.liii.f i' an be oht.tiiie 1 on very lib r il terms. Fur fin tliei- nartit-iilnrs Keo circul ir. or ndli-'s the I'lin.-ip il, .1. W. IIUCTT. A u;;tii.t S, 'fil I tv3. Jlaiunec City, O. I LOOK TO YOL'Il INTlCllEiST.S 1 GKALV DKIM.S! uiiAix Pitrr.i.s! (SUA IN DKIM.S! The subscriber is now ready to furnish Farm -r-t with either of the two best drain Drills in use, and will warrant them to nave entire satisfaction. They will sow Whont, Rye, llarley, Outs, Ilnekwheat, Flax, Hemp, Timothy, ( 'lover, MiUel-sccd ; also, Corn, l'eas nnd Items equally well It is, perhaps, the only machine a Farmer can use that "WILL I'AY FOR- ITSELF! in tli3 incre iso of yield, over nnd over ngain, in a year or two. I have nbttnd tnce of tostiinonv showintr that tlio inerease of Di iUiii.tr over broail-e.isi st.v. injr, is on nn nvvrajre from three lo live bushels per acre, nnd the difference is often niiieli n'enler. Hut t iktiipf the lowest estimate, (I! inishels) if you put out til acres, it will piva you inerease of 1211 bush els, which would pay for two Drills. Call on mo if you want a Drill, in preference to littyimf of n yti a!i.;er that yon in ty never see itpv.in, and if the Drill don't prove (jmi l, it will c-ot yt.u nil it is wivth to pet your liion -v back. In aildiiion, 1 keep tho very best makes of Steel Flows, Subsoil Plows, Harrows, Road Scrapers, Corn Sltellers, Straw Cutters, Clover Halters, Horn Rakes, Horse i'itchl'tirk, Fannin;; Mills, Sewing .Machines, Sugar Evaporators, f'id. r Mills, Thei inom'r Churns, Cider Presses, Threshing Machines, of Pitt's V- l-.-ln-.it d Maniilacture, nnd in short every thintr a Funnel- needs on his I. inn to help him Ihroiijrli vih his work and put money into his poclU't. P. KUhl'S. P. S. I have just received (lihbs & llm.'s Celebrated Cylinder Plow. This is undoubtedly the best dow'in tliis county or tiny other. It has received the First Pi-eiiiiinn at every Stata nnd County Fair where it has been exhibited, for its gootl work anil easy drauglit. Call and seo it. No charge forshnwiujj poods. 1). lvRKPS. rcrrysburg, Anjrnst, Cth, lsfil Sinlt. TEH EXHIBITIONS! rjxi E . F. &.J.M A III ICS ntnl .!..!. .1 11 E 11 I C A ME X A O E It I E. Nathan's Ar CIRCUS 4 is the. 7, llie l'resenting togetlter the greatest ninoiint of inter esting Zoological Subjects tut. I the luost extensive brilliant, novel and talented K(tiestrian Troupe ev er combined in any single establishment. Only one ticket for the entire show! VVII.I. KXIllllIT At Toledo August 10th. At Matuiiee I'ily August 12th. ,Vt Vt oo Ivitle August :i!h. Ho l!ox I-t)""l)iiiis open at 1 and 7 p. m. Admission, ix ill cents. Pit l!i cents. Children ball" price No half price to Pit. o l'oroiii ist in tiltraction is th s- iiiti.a i i ti.uu; Ac i, rt.ii' Si JliNKI.VS! represented by Mr.W. Kineade. in winch he imitates V ,1 t.i, iiLi,i iri.f.il. .. ..it. I wil.lili.l, "V lilt, l.lill"! j.i..-.ia ill., mi .vi.i ii..- -. .. .c..rt-.: tiir.'s of the entei-taiiuneiit. Dash ing act of hor.-cm uiship, by Theatlore 'I'ottrnaire. Daleiteing feats vvitli barrel' und tianca, by lietage Slow man. l.a Tr tpcze, or Aerial (i vmtiastics, Messrs Sliappa nn 1 Whitney. pi' ;. i Novel feats of Eini'dilii iitni, i: : ' tT (;l.l)i:i: ON llOltSlMtACK, i'yr''re'V tieoigJ Slownian. A Nautical ,v A-,t'A Scene of horsein uiship, bv -Vi l,..e. Antics, Di-olleties and Tricks "I Av-l.v EDI t'ATKI) .Ml t.l'S, per 'Z3t2i2i&mt ,','irmed by W. Smith and T. Arm streiig. OLYMPIAN CONTESTANTS, on hois.-s, bv tlie llrotheis Tt.iiraaire. Scene of Stadium,' Exercises, Athletic Sports, Tumbling, iiiiini 'is:-, nt tine:, nv me v (i It K A T T K O V V The M0TI.EX ledl.vW.Kinead riv thers, a grotestpie series of luring teats. Mcia Minpi ii j 1 he arc s at is ; of mav his of a the are the iv' x -i- t V l"iing K.ils, .vtissis riuiip Uv v' Whitte'V. Staiinn rsanlt net of ing. I'V Master Piiilo Nathans, whoso cx.'culion of leaps tlnnujih balloons, over harriers is the admiration ol all lu liol.tei-s. l.ot'tv and daring feats of balancing I. A PEItl'HK, bv Ann-arumr and SleiMiian. I'h.wu nnd Jester, W. Siti iii. Trick clown and Jester, T. Arinslroitg. Z.K.I.ieii -al features. The two Asi itic superb P K H E O 14 M 1 N li E I. E P 11 A N T DAMON and PYTHIAS, will .. . . , .. i i i.:..i. , . -X ittrotien liieir iiiiiui-i ..u uiiu uij;i.- ;J'Ci " I lv inti'ivtiiig feats id siigacity.ex- fill tr.iiiiinv, under llie direction liu-ir kei'pi'r, .nr. -. i..-i,. linir theentcilaiiuiiei t M. li. Wood ruff will give nn interesting display of his courage and skill, entering ihe den of wild animals. OTTlie Exhibition w ill enter town in gi u'td in Menagerie nnd Circus, accompanied N. I'olton's celebrated Silver Cornet Hand in splendid bend carriage, drawn by the elephants, Damon amV Pythias, followed by ihe dens of wild beasts of every variety uud found in t'limc. August f, 1881 Mwl. thev all the score VHEIUPF'S SALE. Samuel Johnson, assignee, vs. Benjamin S. Jud soii, ct al. lly virtue of a decretal enter of nale to mo and delivered from the court of common pica of Wood county, Ohio, 1 shall oiler for at the door of tho court bouse, ill Perry nburg, county, Ohio, on Saturday, September 7 ill, 1 SCI, hot wet n the lit. nt of li in. and ! p. in. of said the following described lands and tenements, to-w The west of the west ?i of the nouth-oust !4' kecti.Mi niiiiiber H3, town number i north, uiiiiiticr 10; also the weal i of the enst )i of north-west i of fcttion number 5, town iiioiiIkt north, range utiuiber 10 cast: appraised at $1320. J it. Mt'KRAT.au'T. li. E.OL'YKU, Aiijiint, Icfil ltwifj 48. (hciiff. NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. gIIEltIFF3 BALE. Roborl IWka rs. rtunry Pclsdt. Ity Tirtnc of nn order of sale to fno dirrrtcd nd delivered from tho court of common dom of Wood cmintT Ohio, In the tmrc cause , I slmll dfl'er fi.rnle nt tho doer of the (SJitrl honae in IVrrysbtirjr, Wood county, Ohio, on Saturday Sejitemlier 7lli, 1831, between ttie hrair. of 12 m. nnd 2 p. m.,of tiid tiny ttie follon ittfr described lands and tenements, to-wit: Ttm north-tvest yt of tho south-east , mil the dotitli lj of the noit'i-ctst i of section number 4, town nttntb"r 4 niith of lanire ininiber 9 cast; np nniseil nt SMI): nnd the west i of ttie nottlh-west Y. of section number 28, to n number 4 north of riiiiRO number 9 onsti niiprnised nt $I). ii. E. OUVEK, SltcrilT. James McnnAV, ntty. AtiRust (I, isso- 1 4m 63 75. HKHIFF'.S SAI.H. Samuel Johnson, assignee, v. Willinm Ti-escolt. I'.y virtue of nn order of nale to in? directed nnd delivered front the court of common ideas of Wood county, Oiiio, in the nliove cause, I hhull offer for sale nt tlio (tain-ol tao court House, in l 'erryslmrg, vv ood cimntv, unto, on Satiitd.iv. Selitenther 7th. 1801 . tftiveen tho hours of 12 in. iitnl 2 p. in. of snid dny t'te fi.llovvtng nest rilieil Itiiuls nn'l tenements, to-wit: The Bnuth-ivi'Mt H of the jtoitth-cnsl of sect inn number fl, town manlier 4 north of ramre nttinber It casts nppraised nt S1S00. O. K. UL hit. Jamks Mens vy, ntt'v. Slierilf. Atifrust 0, lSiU Hv5$2 97. s IIEKIFF'S SALE. I. Pli nl, defendant. Michonl Klfffer ct lly virtue of nn order of salu to inn directed nnd delivered from tlio court of cniiiiiliin ideas of Wood county, Ohio, in the tibove cause, 1 shall offer for s lie n't th t doer of the court Iious j in I'uriyslnirg, in said count v, on 'Saturday September 7, ISM, between tho hours of 12 in. unit 2 p. in., of said dny the f'ollowinjr real estate, tovvit: Tlio south Jj of the south-wost i of section 24, in township 4 north of ra no V east, HO ncres; also tho nonb-west of s.'Olion 2i, same township nnd r.uifre, lfiO neres; nl so the cast lialfof the imrtheasl of section 2'3, gams township nnd range, 80 neres. U. E. GL'VER, Shoriff. S. Jkppkusos. nttv. Att.'iut ii, ls;ll l'4w.i:i 75 s H E It I F F ' S SAL K Pet.-r Yannest vs. Alexander I. Donaldson. lly virtue of nn order of sale issued by tho Clerk of tlio Court of Common Pleas of Wood county, Ohio, in tin1 nbovo cause, nnd to me directed mid delivered, I will oiler for sale nt public vendue nt the dour of tho Court House, in tho town of lVrrys burjr, Woed cottutv, Ohio, On Satiirihiy.'theltlstd.-iyof Aiurust, 18S1, between Ihe hours of ll) n. in. nnd 2 p. in. of that day tho fi.llovviiur lands nnd tenements, to-wit: The north-east (pun t' r of section SO, township 5 north of range 1) oast, in Wood county. Ohio, conlaininp HiO ncres more or less. J. K. CiUYKH, Shcrifl'. Cook: Pisiok &, Johnson, nttvs. Aug. 1. ISO I UwaSa 14 NOTE LOST. The undersigned lest a note . V given by Laskey, Piatt &. Co., for the sum of one hundred nnd ttity dollars. Jt was piven Sept. IS, 1 Still, and hail one endorseinent of i?ltl, nnd one of Si on the back. This note will be of no itso to any one but myself, nnd 1 will pay tho finder liber nllv bv returning or sending it tonic nt New- Wost lieid. ' WILLIAM KL'SS. July tit. 18!51-llw-t G HOC UK Y AM) PKUVIiitilON STORE :o:- Low Pi'lci'S and Itoudy Pay ! Having purchased the entire stock of OR0CER I1CS formerly owned bv Geo. W. llolluubcck.U will continue business AT THE OLD STAND, Where, having replenished the Stock with a large and ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I nin now prepared to supply tho citizens of Fcrrys btirg, and surrounding country with (xi-occ'i ics snid Provisions Of the choicest kinds and at the cheapest possible prices. Those wishing to purchase anything in inv line will iind it to their advantage togivo ino u call, us everything 1 sell will bo SOLD AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES I have on hand, niso, n huge nnd well selected stock of ' BOOTS AND SHOES, which T warrant to give satisfaction or no sale. Ick! Ici:! leu! I have on hand n lararo stiiudv of choice Lake lee, which may be obtained nt all times on reasonable terms. ?A11 kinds of produce taken in exchange for govtls. J. B. WE13U. Perry sl.nrg, -Nov. 29, 1S60 tf T i:w coodsat xr.w vviwriam.i): N to chant to sell CHKAP. An entire stock of New (toods have recently been opened by tho subscriber, consisting of all the vari eties of SPRING AND SUMMJJR GOODS! Hats and Caps, Groceries, Soaps, Candles, Hardware, Mails. Putty, White Lead, Powder, Shot, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Hoots, Shoes, lsoHtiets, i lirs. Candies, Cloves, (iinger, Spice, Cinnamon, itaisins, Essences, Nutmegs, White I'ish, Cod fish, Hour, yuM, und numerous other articles on hand, to bo sold FOll READY PAV ONLY I ns this is the only nvthoj wliieli allows the nier a by lite by Mr. two the K , I Wheat, Corn, Barley, ltiiekwlteat, PolattK'S, Apples, liutter, Eni'il, lieeswx, llcef. Pork, Hides, Skins, Purs. Pelts. Staves. Hoop Poles,&e. will be purchased or taken for Goods. A. K. .1EK0ME. N. 11. I shall also be connected with the, Sli.r ntre. I'oi-wanling and Ci nuiiiision I'tisiness of (d. tee, tin I hope to merit the conlideiiee and nptirti- bitlion of Ihe people. Jlay,XStil ly. A. E. JEliOMK. C O A I. Coal Oil pes Coal Oil, nd ! anu rid -hKlPIii-P. nnd S, go ofi pro cession by tho living every New Supply, Coal New Supply, di rected sale Wood day it: of raoiro the 4 Now Supply, New Supply! Only 75 cents per gallon! Only 75 cents per gnllon! Only 7a cents per gallon! Only 75 cents per gallon! At the Drug Store, At the Drug Store, At the Ping Store, At the Prog Store; "Come all nnd try it, And you'll e'er, buy it," PECK k HAMILTON. rp 0 THE LADIES. Mrs. M. A. Carpenter would respectfully nminunco to the Indies of Perrysbarg and vicinity tliut she removed her Millinerv Store to the bouse formerly occupied bv Klua I', Jones, on Front street, there will be found a beautiful assortment of millin ery goods. Mrs. C. will keep constantly ou band large variety of Bounds, Itibbons. flower. Ituchca, Huts, Cnpa and In fact everything pertaining to the inilliiTery She Is also prepared to Cut, Fit and mako Pressed, t'apes, t'loaks, Talmua and Children' Clothing. Bleaching and Pressing done to order, Ladiea will find it umch to their advantage giving me a call before purchasing elsewhere. April 24, JiXU-il lire. M. D. CAJU'MB. GOODS & GROCERIES. -jrET THE WOULD READ. FOR THE BEST & CHEAPEST GOODS 80 TO Tilt 8TIRF. Cf W. J. HITCHCOCK. NEW ooons I ssw ooons I NtiW (i(M)liS I nkw noorsl new doonsl KRvr ooons NKW GOODS I KKVV PBICKst NKW ritlCES VV.W r KICKS new rsicus t KBW nticist kw raiciis! new ruicKa I The largest stocks of pU over o(T crod in ihU market, embracing an endless variety of m ticlos STAPLE, FAXCY AXD FASM0XAHLK, In (lie selection of which no cdort litis Imvm unur. cd to render it ns ntiractivo as possilile, is now bo itig opened ut tho CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W.J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou isiana Avenue, Perrysburg, Ohio. QUALITY is tho BEST TEST of CnEArXESS.. Inspection nnd Comparison will prove thnt for ra rietv, clegnnce, richness, cheapness, bcautv and quantity, this stock is unsurpassed by uny u'ow of fered in the West. ' ' LADIES' FASIIIOXAULE DKESS GOODS ! In this department great nd vantage mnv lie obtain--cd by close cash buyers, from the feet that the good.Si nre bough tlbr cash' directlv of tho eastern dealers nnd manufacturers, nnd nil imported goods nrcbo't nt just what it costs to import them, bunco ho can, nlford to sell goods nt MUCH LOWEU PRICES fhnn goods nre generally sold, which Is an item of gi-eat interest to the people of Wood county. A suf tlicient in ducemeiit, wo take it, to mako Pcn-ys-buig ihe trading point. HEAVY MADE CLOTlllSQl In this department, we have the largest nnd most complete assortment in Xortbei n Ohio. Mnde up nccording to the latest fashions nnd in the most sub stantial nta niter, warranted to givo tho very best satisfaction, or no sale. HARDWARE, CROCERIES, &C. Those wishing to purchase nnvthingin this lino, will find it to their advantage to pav mv Store a risit belorc intrcliHsing elsewhere. The attention of tho public is respectively invited to my extensive stock feeling assured it will be time profitably spent kSTProdtice taken in exchange for goods. W. J. HITCHCOCK Pcrrysburg, January 2d, IS01K Q.KANI1 OPESINO OF STATU! AN1 FANCY DRY GOODS,. HATS, CArS, Boots, Shoes, C l o t ii t n g Crockery and Glassware, 'lYOODENWARE, HARDWARE,. Tunning Tools, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC Ladles' Dress Goods, New, Chaste, Ilich and Elegant I'attorus, Just received by A. 0. WILLIAMS & BK0. this Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Ilia nnd Java Codecs, Layer and Seedless Itaisins, very nice, Trimes nnd. Currants. GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES, Kcroseno Oil. Tea nt CO cents, nnd $1 tea for 75 cents; try it. Prime Livo Cceso Fcatlieis, Itotallc-d from $1 tflb up. Mackerel nnd Cod Eish, Looking Classes, etc. Oil, CLOTHING, HATS AND CArS, New Spring and fc'unimer styles, Strong and Cheap for Cash; for side by Williams, has a Flats, line. by GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES FOB THE LADIES, French Printed Bareges, very cheap. French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs, Cinghapi Lawns, Printed Pawns, Printed Bril liantly, all entirely new ttyleg. Mourning Goods, Embroideries, Berege do Lalnea, Summer Press Silks, I.incn Lustres, Valencias, Foulard Silks, Murscillcs, Lawn Kobes, Organdie llobes, Grenadines, Chnlliea, Counterpanes, Napkins, Doylies, Dnmusk Cloths, Buftling, Edgings, Moreena, Flauncls, Lace Veils, Cotton Sheetings, Press Buttons and Trimmings, a handsome assort ment, all new. Bonnets aud Ribbons, Misses' and Childrcns Plata and Hats, Parasols, the newest and richest out ; Shawls of enr description, MautiUaj and Bngluns; .lease call and examine be for purchasing elsewhere. Fisit 1 Fisu ! A good supply of all Viudg ooni stautly kept on hand at our at ire, tSfl'roduce taken in exchange for gooda, A. G. WILLIAMS & BRO, od door from the poet office