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ww w J J la VOL. IX. PER11YSBU11G, C, r r II UI1SDAY, A.UCMJST 20. 1SG1. LEGAL ADV'S. N JOTICE. STATU OK OHIO, WOOD CO. SS. William Hamnitin vs. tin- heirs of Alinoron nl!iii., .Mii'lia, 1 Slialf. r, i t nt. John Carroll, an 1 .V. irOm Carroll, lax xvif,-, .bilin Ann Kollm.4, Sophia Kollins, tVlostiu A. Hullitm, William Kiilliii.'. llirri.t A. Hullt'iis mid M.ivv 1). Knllins, tho cliiMivn nml heirs it law nf Aliiii-nm Itollin.-t, late of Wood coimlv, (licensed, mi.) Mich ael Shatter will tiiUo nutieo'tnat mi tho lWtli iliiy ef Align -it, I -till, the plaitiutf, Will inm II mini in, tilt'tl in til u CI ork'n nthec )(' the court cf eoiiiiii- ii pl.'.is, of Wihi.I c) )., Ilia petition, the object an.! prax vr of which U to con' .'ft nil error in tile description ut Ctiit.tin lands ax set forth in tho deed of John A. Kelly, s RiliuiniMtrntor of the estate of the nil Al iturun Ho llns to nlaititill'. Sai I petition av, r that tho lull In actually ulvertiseil mi l sol. I to plaintill' by sniil Kelly us siioh ndiiihii-li alcr, w ere tin- cast liulf of the norih e.ist (ju.irier of section thirty-two (321 in township liimiher four 4 north of icige nninhcr tivclre ( 1 2 I east, in Woo. I county, Ohio; but that said Ian Is were crroneotnly tleseril , 1 in gaiil atliuiiiitr.itor's tie oil us the east half if the tiortli-west ipiarler of i.Ti.l s. eiion. l'laintiir nli to have sicl emir correcte.l in sai l iuliniiiis:r.i tor's deeil, an I al.so in a l,vl from plaintiff tosai I .Mich ael Shall jrf ini.l also in a .l.'o.l Iroin smM Michael Shaller to one William Ihmliirg. l.t.'fen.lauts uro liutiti.'.l that unless they answer or il iiiur to ,ni.l petition on or before the l'.lih tl ay of Uci.li.r, IS ill, tho same will be taken ns coni'esse l, nivl a tl "Vivo tuay b.1 entered accr.riliiijjlv. Dow.r. k Tvi.rn, August 20, 'lil - Mw.ii'.llj. 11 lintili's iitlys. "VTOTH'Ih WOOD CO., OHIO, COl'ilT 01' IN COMMON I'l.KAS. M ition to r.-vivo ju (gui.'iit mil order of salj on mnrtiijr.igi.'. Jlary Juno Fils.ui, executrix of .Tames Filson, dec, vs. Chill 's Nibeliin it ill. Charles Xiholiing will take untie' tint plaintiff, Mary .lane l'ils in liled lier in tio-i in sai. I court on the li'th day of Aiignt, 101, nskin;; him to show cans , if any he have, why a c i t nil ju lin 'lit a.i 1 ordjr of sale thereon, meter a foivelo.sore of ni irl Jfufro recovered by Jaines Filson now deceased, a L'ainst him 'or the sum of four toons in 1 lil'lv dot lars an I lifty cents mil cosUof suit, at the June term of the dittriet court of -said e.amly, for the year ISili), an I r iii.ttn 1 ! to Woo l common pbas, lor (in il exceuiion, wh.riin the came remains in full force unreserved uu 1 uns itisil. 1 should not be revived in the name of pl.d itili'. Marv Jane Filson, as ilia duly appointed ipialili d mil nciinj.,' e.ee ntrix, an 1 ill it if said cms.' be not shown by the 20th day of October, 1-(1, x sai I judgment's anil orders thereunder will stand revived. S. JIM'KKKSON, att'y for pl'tiT. August 18th, 18j1 l'iwUtfi.Ui.. LEGAL N'OTK'K. WOOD CO.. OHIO CtJl'KT OF COM'IOX l'LKAS.-l'i.UllOX FOli jivoKii;. Susannah Taylor vs Edwin F. Taylor. Edwin V. Taylor is herebynoliti .! thai on the 19th day of August, IS.il, toe said Sus iiin ali Tay lor tiled her petition in said c an t against him. 1'iay in( for a divoree l'r..m thesai I Edwin F. 'I' a vlor.ai'i 1 for the custody of t.ieir two children, Flora K. and Ostrilla A., and for reasonable aliuiony : uH 'oinfj for cans ', a lulSt-y of the sai l i-Mwin F. with one Sarah E. Cooper, a honl the Fourth of dole, IS. lil, in Williams county, and a continuous livinjr with the said Sanh F. Cooper in a mate of udiilt'Ty from said time until iil.out the litvt of May, lSof; and that sai I peliiion will lie for hearing at the Oc tober term. I Sal, of slid court. Si'saxnmi T.vyi.o:!. by S. .liii't'iiHBUN, her atty. Autfast 111, IS.il liiC3'l,0j, ROCliiiV ASD PKOVisilOS yTOili: Low Inci :iv.l ;iay 2'a nnvinsr purchase 1 th.c ontira stuck of OHOCEB IES form irl.v mvnu.l by t!eo. Vi'. H olleubecL.l will Continue busincs AT '1 H K OLD ST AM), Where, having replenish; J the Stock nitli a larjti and ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT, I am now prepared to supply tho citizens of I'errys- burg, una surrounding country with Groceries and Pi oviHS Of the choicest 'kinds an t at the cheapest possible tii'icua, liioso wishing to luirchiLje aiivtlnn in lav lino will find it 1 1 their advantage to give me a call, an evrytlun; I sell will be . SOLD AT THE VEBV LOWEST FKICES I have on hand, also, a largo and well selected tock of BOOTS AM) S1I0JW, which I warrant to p-ive satisfaction or no sale. Ice! leu! let:! 1 have on hand a lartre sminlv of choice Lake Ice, which mav be obtained at all tunes on reasonable terms. tSSfAU kinds of produce taken in exchange for gowis. j. y,. tJJJi, rurrjrsburjr, Nov. 29, 18(50 - tf MEWGOODUAT XtJ'iV WKSTFIEU)! An entire stock of New Ooods have recently been opened by the subscriber, consisting of all the vari- etiea ot SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ! Hats and Caps, Groceries, Soaps, Candles, i- Hardware, Kails. TuttT, WhitoLoid, Powder, Shot, Tea, Coflee, Sucsr, Molasses Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, i urs, Candies, Cloves, (iintrer. Spice, Cinnamon, Kaisins, . Esseners, Kntm',ei? ' " Wiiite Fish, Cod FUh, Flour, ileal. and numerous other articles on hand, to bo sold FOB BEADY PAY ONLY! as this is the otdv ni 'thod which allows tho mer chant to sell CHEAP. Wheat, Corn, Barley, Buokwdieat, Potatoes, Apples, Butter, Lard, Beeswax, Beef, Purk, Hides, Skini, Furs ,: Pelts, Staves, Haop Poles.Ae, will bo purchased or taken for Coeds. A. E. .1EB0ME. N. 11. I shall also bo connected with the. Stor age, Forwarding an 1 Commission Business of this plac, an I hope to merit the confi 1 nee mi 1 niuiro bation of the p 'ople. A. E. JEROME. May. IS.il ly. HH . p o i: . Attohvey at Law. Xipnleon, II nry Countv, Ohio. Will prom : ly att 'n i to nil laziness entrusted to bis c.irj in V,o 1 an I a !j .iuiap counties. " Oi8u in H il t an I Johns iii's brick, Perrr street. August 1 1S11 lavl. ' T 0 THE L A D I E S Mrs. M. A, Carpenter would respectfully announce to the la lies of Perrysburg and vicinity tiiat she lias removed her Millinsrv Store to the house formerly occupied bv. Elizi P. Jours, on Front street, whore there will he found a beautiful assortm nt of millin ery goods. Mrs, C. will keep constantly unhand larxo variety of Bounets, Itibboiis, , Flowers, Baches, Hats, Caps nn l Flats, In fact eTorythinjr pertaininp to the millin ry line. She U also iirepar.'d to Cut, Fit mi I in ike Dresses, Capes, Cloaks, T.Om.is an I Chil Iron's Clothing. Wenching and Pressinjr dime toonL r, L obes will fin I it uiuch to their advantage by givinp m j a cill before purchasing idtD-wlicr-.. April 24, ISU-51 Mrs. M. V. CABl'EXTER. KOAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that applic.itiou has been iiiAito to the Commission ers of wood county fur the view an I survey of County Bond, conitu 'iici.ig at tlie n w cor of sec town 6, range 12 eust: thence w on sec line to the .n w cor of sec 31, sunn town: ulvi to vacate that portion (if a diagonal ro.id ou tho ijjw,' sec n sai 1 town. Tho viewers and surveyors will m eet at the houso of AVin. Ford, on the 14th day BeptemW, 18U. WM. FOBD. Jul J, 1891 199 LEGAL ADV'S. BUSINESS CARDS. a a 33, 21) of OLHXAI. 1RINTIN(J Ol'Ml'F, J ILuinsf replenishc.l our ofllce w ith n w types throuRhout, we are now prepared to execute Job Work, such a.i Poat rs, Sale Hills, Programmes, Tnvititions, Carils, LalK'ls, Pamphlets, all kinds Blanks, c. in the mast satisfactory in inner. Orders filled at short notice, and on reaouable terms. AnvriiTisiNO,. lw lm Ton fitn 12m Oncsin.iro .."i 1.2i 2.7a AM fi.llii i column 2.50 0.00 S.fe) n.25 15.no 4 column i.'xi i a. mi it.im TJ.mi iiu.tni One column 0.50 la.OO 3 1.00 4 '.00 (lil.H0 A deduction of ft per cent, from the above rates will be made for Cash. The space occupied bv t"n liii"s of the tvpe Com posing the holy of the advertisement will be a square. All 1 rinsient advertisem 'nts vnu:-t be paid for in it Ivance to insure publication. A iveriiseinents Inserted witu the mark "tl, will he chiivcd fir until ordered out. When yearly ndivrtis on nts are iusert.'d four or more cluini'es w ill be ntimve l. I. W. UAII.EY, l'r!!i,t-;t!i:n vsn pHontir.Ton. y i, v a x r s .i i: v r i: u s , .ttohnrv t Lw. Pcstuvstrito. Onto. .Offltv in East en 1 of 11 iir.1 lieu .a llni! linp. Will a;o n 1 promptly to all busin.ss entrusted to Ids rare, tf Tl. W, It. PAY. T, W. IM TCmNSON. J. f. ril.l.AliS. D VY, IIIirCJMX-.OX 1'II.J.AU-, ATTOHM'.YS AT I, AAV, Coll -c'inc; an 1 Ileal Estate Ajrents. Will attend nr unptlv to all' bu du 'ss cntruited to their cave. Ol'ice m et- W. .1. Hitchcock's store, Perrvsbmr, Wood Conntv, Ohio. '(11-itHf. ,t AMKS StfltttAY. P. P. St.KVIN. Mi; it is a x a- w i. i: v i x , A T T O 11 N K Y AT L A W . Will att. n 1 pronij'lle to nil Lejral business en trusted to th or caie oi W oo l c inn! v. Ol'ie in the Ferry shur;r Hand Bui! !hiy;, Pi rrws! au-fr, (1 io, tf It. 11. HOIK! B. . .1. 11. TVl.Kit. I) t) i i IJ A T Y I, 11 XI. Attoii.mivs at Law, IVrrvcburir. Ohio. Particular attention paid to Convevaneiiiir and Notorial Business. Also, for sale, l o'ev uuantities of Laud in Wood and ,i.l;oiniiiir counties. 'OO-tf Asni:u cook, ,i, v. rmt'K. 11. w. JOHNSON. it)Oii, PRICK J JOJIKSOS. V ' Attuhnkym at Law, lVnysbcre;, Ohio. AVill promptlv at'en I to ail 1, in' lliisin 'ss entrus ted to toeir care. II iv -for sale larce iiu inl'nies of L m I, inclu Vri will improved farms, widen will bo Hold on easv tern- '00-ltf li o R (.: i: y, v u A i x , Att'Jusky At Law, I'ern sbiire, Oiiio. Will alien. I to all business cnirust 'd lo I. is care in the wver.il Courts of Oi do. Ollice with Ji hn Hat. s, 2nd jtivct. 'Oil-1 tf i! Il 'i' li IS 11 M li 1 , 1 Attdhni'.y at Law, and Notaiiy Pfui.tc. M'ill attend promptlv to nil l,u-.iii '.ss iiuruste Ito Lis care. Oihce m toe Court House null ( ook. Price i .Johnson. Xov. 20, ISiiO -lv. I)"'! ,1 . I! ) V V. 1, I. S , HOM'EOl'A TI1H! PHYSICIAN", 1-tf Bowling Oreen, Ohio. i) J . It . S M I T M , IIYSICIA.V AND SFiUiEOX. Jiowi.iNii t,iii:i:N, ood County, Ohio. All calls will be promptly attended to, both dav and nh'ht. 'tlll-ltf I) A I It I 1 C. C, 1-tf II t V S II. BAlliD, PiioritiLTOit, Perrvslnu-"', Ohio. Li:uYsmrc.ti pi..xtxc mii.i., mil SASH FACTOBY, D V N I li I j l.l.NlttKl, I'liOfKIKTOH. Manufactiircs to order, and keeps constantly on band, a peueral sunoly of Doors, Sash, Blinds and Window Shades; Pine. AViiitewood mid A.sh Flooring; Pine an 1 AVhitewood Doors. All kinds of Pi.anixu done to or.l 'r. Order promptlv lilted at Toledo prices, or, in some cases, below the in. 'OO-tf yyATCiii::,;, crocs, and J E YV K L R Carcfi'.oT repaired by AV . F. POMEBOY At l'EHKYsnrKo Bank BrninNO. Y '60-nr II 1 0 COLLEGE OF TRADE For Practical COMMERCIAL INSTRUCTION. CIIAKTEUKD, MAY, ISfil. No. 170, Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio. For further particulars, nd lress U. aitiCaoiiY, Presilent. G KAMI) S P U I X G Ol'EXISC! EGBE RTS ON is now receiving hie Crst stock of SPRING GOOD. S, WHICH WERE BOl'CUT AT TANI0 TKICES I STYLES ARE NEW tmd beautiful, and will bo sold at A S T ON I SniN G LY LOAY PBICE3 1 CALL EARLY, A'M. BOBEBTSOX. Maumee Citv, 0., Miv 8, 1S01. DKVUH, HItlliCtns, t'.VIMTtj AM) OI !.N. A, J. C AitPNEK Co., Druggists. Uilead, Wood t'o., Ohio, Have received a largo st ick direct in New York, consisting in part of Paints of all kinds, I.iNSKKn, Tasxi'ulj, Maciiixk und Com. Oils, i i n nitchk, Ci io i, Dkm vu, nn l Japan V akxisii. Paint, V ahmsh, Sash, WuiruwAt ii, Sicnriuiixu an I I. imc Biii siii:s, Dm: M i is, bke .Tosejih's coat, of inanv colors. (j.ass of all 'Sizes, Pl'TTV, SamihhI FllliUV Pai-i:k, Tl'iit'KXTiSK, Ai.comu., CAsToHiind Swkut Oils, Englisn Currants. Prunes, Tuiuarinds, and Baiseus, pice, P ,'pper, Cin lainon by the lb. or in it. (linger. Cloves, tlroiin I and Extract of Coilee, Caocolete an I Cocoa. Standi by tiie lb. or box. A line us'iortni.'iit of Ptiti i'mkrv So.U'S and flavoring extracts. A large assortment of Pi kb Mhuicinks and CimuiCAt-s, an t Til leu's celebrated Medicines for Povsiciuns use. We are s.'Uing a fine article of Coal Oil, free from smoke or sui-'ll, ut 7 io per gatloii. I. imp from live shillings lo two dollars, We believe in the principles of Porci.AB Sov HKiiiXTVand Pay as yoc uo, and shall hold our Stock strictly for Cash or Kkahy Pay, und will take all kinds of (iraiu an I Pro luce in exchange. Patent Mk:; inf.s of evkuy kino. (iileid, May , lsil tf. II 0 1 F A B M E B S n 0 I The nn.l 'rsVn.'d taks pleasure in announcing to the Farmers, and all Mowers of Crass, that he is tho Bole Agent for A NEW SCYTHE! which is now unsurpassed for durabilitr, and une qualled for easy work. It is tempered in a furnace, mi l consequently there arj uo liard or soft places in it, but uniform throughout i the last half-inch is just as good as the first. It is also kept in order much easier than any mher scythe known, requir ing but a few moments at any time to put it in per fect order. In short it is tho greatest Scythe of the ago. Call aud see it at the Store of O. B. KBEPS. rerryaburg, Jun Htii, 1S61, Perrysburg Journal. Perrysburg Journal. "Bread Cast Upon the Waters Returneth After Many Days." A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE—ORIGINAL. I'oor Hai ry Wilcnm! livtry ilny nii.ro he Coilhl rt'lllCtlll'lT, tllO KUll llail l'isell fl'inil Ik- liiiiil tho r;i!i:o t:ri':it oak Iro. in tho forest, tui.l down Lohiiul tho t:tino y roon hills. All his life the pity iihovohiiu h:il i.i-ohi il down to Licit tho fovot on o;;o p;do,:iii.l llio pin! lio pius nil the olht r. Tlio khpio ohnioh e;iro o'li'.ti'i-oil forever in tho Kr.ii!!,:it; tho w.ine liver jil.ltoi o l helnw it.mul the s;ti.;e white shnltfi I'lihtii.'K'.l to ihi iisl lln liiselv os on Ills si,, hi. iimih'np; (ho s;'ots where, obo ttfler aiintlicr, t!io ehihhtn of men wore Liought, Willi I'oh'.ed hntiil.s luul while tohos, lo lie down to rest. Nothing iu w mine to him, snve the woinlei ii.jjr olotnls, (lilting to iind Cio like spirits of un.'e..!; ho eouh! not I'i'i n o (.ml to wnU li the iniiy-llowei' tutlold; for, twelve yeutu In I'oie, his moil, or had sal down, with u .rent cry of ills air, in the I'hysicV.n toM her that Harry m'glit liever walk. It was a l aid lot! -lie enuld never play with his Lrothois and nit-tots, and il hail Leon a whole year einee tlio last one had marred tool left him. lie had itever h. en in chiiivh sinee his mother had eat ried him there, a hahe, lo lo hajdised; for, in. t.lineiivi !y she shrank !'i i tn expohil.g loin, lest some one should s!,olV at his iiilirmity. She had tao; hi him to read, as.d long sinoo he hal exhausted tho ootitenls of tho little shol:'. Milton's Paradise Lust aiid Ui gained, he knew ly heart; and lhmysii's Pi!.- Ti egliBs was us I'aniiliar as the faces of the three pictnris that had looked down fi e m the waits, ever since lie was an infant. It was very lonely, uud the bars would come up us he wandered what kind of a world it w as that thi ol. Led ail around ; ; 1 1 1 . and whether he would always be ao isolated l't oiii it us he thin was. "What will Leonine ol Harry when we are gone?'' saiil Mis. YViLoii with a heavy sigh. "The gray hairs are creeping in, in the place of our Mack ores, and our hands are begin ning to tremble. Ye have Lot lili'.o lo leave him, and his brothers and sisters are not forehanded in tlio world. There'll not be one of them able to lake tho same euro of It 1 1 ii we've dune, and I've idways felt thai we've done too little. Oh dear! if it wasn't for this. I sdouhhrt dread growing old." "Ood will take care of him, wife," said the old man l evcreiiliy. "Yo have tried lo live in his fear, and ho hath never vt for saken us; though his ways he mysterious, yet w ill wo trust him. Did you hear, wile, that Mr. Owen's children are to be put out?" "No indeed! lias any one taken any of them?" "Yes, Mr. Smith lias taken Mary. Poor children, their mother ta'tght them to love cueh other, und they clung about I heir sister's neck and wept a a if their hearts would break; even little vi;a, only live years old, put her arms about her and plead Tkat.c don't take .Mary 1 Mamma's gone now, und t'oc re's no one left hut us; phase don't hike Mary!' and they all cried and Mr. Owen cried too." "Poor Lvna!" cried Harry and the teare rolled down his cheeks. "Maybe some one will take her who wou'l use her well, and she'll have to shed Liltcror tears than those were. Father, why couldn't we take her?" Tho old man Lent his head us if to consid er. "We're a'most too poor, Harry. Would you really like to have her?" "Oh, so much!" and the hoys face bright ened uii. "I've been so lonely uinee Molly married; 1 sho'dd love her so much." "I think wo might, Avii'e; there are six of (he children altogether, and Kvi a is the least of them ail. It irn't likely that any one will want to lake l.er, for it will be some time before she will bo able to work." "Como hero, Evna!" and the crippled hoy held out his hand coaxingly toward the lit tle girl. ''lYe must be very good friends; it's been a long time since I had tiny one to love mo. I can't walk out us you do, hut havo to sit hero in tho houso all day Ion,:. You may pick flowers for mo, and I will tench you to read. Won't that do?" Tho orphan came shyly, tempted by (he half a rosy apple, and ever uftei ward they were fast friends. He read to her in the long summer days, und made wreaths of tho wood-blossoms she hrouoht him for her, hair, and rocked her to sleep on the settee. And so, by and by, tho orphan almost for got her wish-!- uud tho cripple his sorrow. The child grew taller mid her d ecks rosier, and her eyes bluer, and her hair darker, as tho years went out and came in. And all this time iho aged couple grew weaker, and their locks whiter, and their eyes dimmer; but Euia took iho Burden of their labor from iheir hands, and in tho light of her presence they almost forgot their ycaro. Evna to ho married to a merchant away off in tho city! Not that it wan any wonder, for a prince might havo chosen her fur her peerless beauty; hut how could they do without her? For years she had been the one ray of sunshino that had blessed llieir home; Hitting hither and thither, bringing smiles, and hopes, und peace, to hearts that had been very lonely hut for her, o tlm't Harry ono morning as ho said, "Dear Evna, are you going to leave us?" 'Yhy no, Harry, your are to go with us, and father and mother uro to go too, and you are to have your room, your library and your carriage, with a man to drive yon out to r.ee the city! Oh, it will ho so pleasant, and you will ho so much happier there than here, and I shall always ho with you just us I am now !'' Uy and by Evna moved away to tho city. How new and htrange everything appeared to the crippled Loy. The sun came up from behind a wilderness of houses, and tho sky forgot to minglo forever with the prairie grass. lie was taken about the streets, and a new iloclol' ttoii'ed him, utid ho ;;row lrot:i:et", ufcdwas Roi ti nhlo to walk on ertitelies, t.ii'o lia l n new charm for L'm. who lull never known tho use id' his 1 ml ; and the new room ha 1 now tiioturcs on the walls; and tho promii.ed hook-oaso wtis thol e I'.lio.l witU new ho iI.a. ''It is ail so j 1 a atit, l'vna," he tiHid to nay, 'T loliove 1 i'u belong to the hmuan l.miily aftef all. lo pie como and talk lo mo now, and I t ide, and walk, and feel I ke a new ho'ne,!" "Who woi.hl hae l!ioit;ht it!" ta'd Mrs. Vi!: on, as she se.t in the Li'tght. jnulor, swaying to and fro in tho ami ehair; "and ail this has Loon hrmi ;iit a' out Ly onr tn'.. ing oaio of the o:''lr.o ! Truiy 'bread cad ttp'ii t'io waiorj riluviuth ai'to- nitny MOLLIE. GILEAD, August 20, 1861. GILEAD, August 20, 1861. THE DEATH WARRANT. A SELECT TALE. Anthony M.t.'tol was a bravo young soh 'Ferns ever Lore arms on the hat de-iiehl. 1 lo wan ati almost universal favorite in h's ii j.: ins nt. He loved his country, u' 1 a nia'don I'a le'ii.o, who v. is eons'.ih.-ro.l iho piettot.i in V i s i.'I'e, - ami many wore the hearts (hat beat with lov nn.l joy when the fa if Cadeline turned her be nitii'ul , yes upon Ihem, and i oUu'ned their saluiaiionn with a winning smile. Tin ro was u.o a brave sold or in tiio whole reg'tnent but wo. -.id have been proud lo shed Ins last iI'.mo of Mood to resent an iiuot t to the b.'ight s:.v of ii.selle. Many were they who wor shipped at her shrine, but there w as only one who received any ret tun toll's ins .Ion, and be was the ;;al .ant Anl.io; v ,u,u 1 1, h Tho onhoiol i.f llio i(...-'i,,,.., 1,. .,!. ia no belou;' was a man oi v.ohnt pat,., ions. insolent and overbearing in tlio ei:enio t.i his Mil.ordln.ites, and was us unl el t.aily hated as Mat hi was loved, Ou several o.'e.ioions he had ma.lo infa mous pronoun! i to Cadeline. which rho had resented witii worn, but siiil ho became im portunate, uni'.l, finding himsoli' hubi, d In .'.II Inn cudoavofK, he ileieini lie. I t i adopt a new mo !e of pioeedure, hoping o In; moio MiivoKsml in h s d' H ;.',nii. Aeeoihi:. !y. ho called on Cadohee when nIio was olone, and iiiii'ie an iimiliy.v for his former iuici:e.-.. anil abseil her Inrv.ivonoss, winch she le t lily ...in. ne. 1, prcMiiuhig that he would Iroubio her no farmer, l.n.t in this she was disap pointed, for he immediately made new ovef tuioK of low to her, promising if she would listen to his soil he would load her with ! o esoii!.'., and ah.o make her his lawful bride, Hut a'l tiieso Hollering induct luents had no effect upon he.r, for she was true to her first love. 'Consider, Cadeline, my rank and station, and then your position would be higher than tho proudest lady in our village ; be sides, you shall have attendants and ali ihe luxmy and refinement that wealth can fur nisi,.' 'Ah, Colonel I.tivillier, what would those gilt. i be without tii.' heart ?' said Cadeline. 'You would soon learn lo love me,' tiaid the Colonel. 'No, Colonel, we cm never love but one' 'Tin n w hy not lo e me 'Ileeaiise I already love another.' Mildred, my fair ciiai mer,1 said the colonel ironically, 'may 1 be permitted to ask iho name of iho gallant T 'Anthony M ntel,' was Iho innocent reply. 'What; a common soldier a hireling for a rival ! I!y heaven !' he e;;e!a;:n 'd in a ter rible passion, 'unless you in- tautly accept my taut, and nj.'el the bogguily churl, I vr :ii have lorn shot like a dog lor Lis auda cious presumption, and 1 will giv e you but a nioiiii nl to if cide his fate.' 'Oh, sir!' exclaimed I'adeline, 'he is guilty of no crime; ho has never injured you.' M Lis he not dared lo supplant a Colonel of the French at 1113', and he is only a soldier.' 'Nay, Colonel i.ai!lier, 1 loved him ere 1 saw you. Ho is generous, noble, and would injure 110 one.' M'o mil lose time in idle words ; consent to be mine, or cro the morning sun has risen an hour, his heart shall cease to beat.' 'Oh, heavens; liptiro him !' said Cadeline, in anguish. 'You plead in vain.' 'dive 1110 but a single day to decide.' 'Not an hour.' Al tins moment a majestic form cast its shadow in (ho outer doorway, but il was ob served by neither of tho pi rsons v. dhin iho room, tu absorbed were they in inelr own ailairs. Stopping aside so as to bo unseen, the stranger remained a spectator of nil. M implore you let mo speak to Anthony helore 1 give you an answer.' 'Not a word" to him ; therefore instantly consent to become my wife, or sign tho death warrant of Man..-!.' 'Inhuman monster ! I would rather die a thousand deaths than bo your tvifi even wore you (ho proud Emperor of all i'laueo. Anthony fe.us not death, aud lie would rather give away his hto than havo me prove false to inm. '.Mad girl ! you arc in my power and I will Use you as I please, siueo you havo so in still, ugly snokeifl' 'Never!' Ml.tro you ih'fy mo to my face ! Thus, then, let me prove my woid i by snatching a ureal u ot liio sweet tra0iance ot our SCO! in ill I ns.' And cl.is.iing Irs arms around the form of Calel.no, J.avill.or endeavored to put bis lhie.it into execution. Help! mercy!' exela'mod she. At tills m iiiunt tho report of a pistol, in the hands of iho (stranger wo havo betmo incut. nucd, was heard, and the bullet shat tered ihe arm of llio ngoressor, rendering him powerless. J'at whence the shot came both were tmablo to tell, for no sooner was the weapon discharged, than tho ijclivuor disappear I, and Anthony Mat tel rushed into the 100111 by unothrr door. Observing tho wil l appearance of Ca Mine, breaking fioni tho inuis of the Colonel, in an instant he divined tho whole, uud wall a powerful blow he. laid tho base intruder al hc feci. J!y ihiu time, tho report of lire arms had brought a detachment of soldiers to the spot, who, on entering the room were imme diately ordered to arrest Anthony, for at tempting to murder his superior oiliccr. In va.n Ca lehne protected his innocence they put him mi lor strong guard, Ou the following morinng an unusual ac tivity among the oiliecrs told that something of more than ordinary importance was to take place, as each ono hastened lo tlio piartcrH of tho commandant. Though court-martial is not a very unusual thing, yet it is hullicient'y raro to attract great at tention in u camp. S ion tho ipiick roll of tho drum told that tho court had convened, und was ready to try a criminal. Within a spacious tent, were gathered u largo number of ollicers in full uniform. Seated 011 iv raised platform was Con. Lovick, acting as the indge. Another roll of the drum uunouiiceJ tho entrance of tho prisoner. 'Of what is this man charged ?' asked tho judge. 'For attempting to destroy tho life of hia superior oflicor, Colonol Lavillier," said tho advocate. a 'And where is ih the court. "Here, may it pha plied Hie Colonel, v in a sUn.-. tieotiscr coni'.ntie 1 io yoor erei lleiiey,' re .0 ,e il in Was hii'ind Mhit how came Mattel to attempt your life'?' M know not.' said illier. 'What provoked llio insult V 'A conversation with a young tj'il with whom the pvi ioin r is acquainted.' U thai ail?' M 1 is, your excellency.' After a shoit consultation w ith tho othrr olli -or-;, the judge turned to the prisoner, and ihu- a Idr.v. ed him: 'Anthony Mivlol, vol have ben found guiliy of an attempt to murder a superior o'lvcr of Uu- French army, the punishment of wlih'h ia do, iMi, What have you to say that y.1.1 sho'iid not sillier the cxtreni" pen ally of the law which volt have olleuded ;" oiari.'l, w ho stood a-i lhoi;;!i unco:isoii,in till now, r'.'-.ed his manly f.rm ; he bent h',. eye cearchln gly upon tiie Colonel, and raid in a t'ui 1 voire; 'Your excellency, 1 am aware that any vlndieat'oii v. hh'h I may imike, will bo of no avail, bat, bein pcnuiUcl. I will speak lite Itc.tti, th..! my ic.low i.rldicis nt.iy know that I dl" iui.oceiil of the charge hi ought UP agalns' me. I did not lire upon Colonel I .a . ili or, and ha 1 no w capon w hen arte sled. A I tho moment 1 entered iho ilwrll'mg of Ca lehtie, I I'oU!, I her sti n gglin ; in his -it i m. I stopped not to in pure Ins rank, but struck him with my double I I'oit to ilce l!oor. Th,s is a'l I have done, u:i had il been Ihe Km- peio, h nisolf in Ins p.i'a 'e, 1 would have i do. 10 I. kcw.se. r'or the duty of tho tine j sol, fer Is to protect the i.i.ioernt and de- I'l'iiei less. I inn willing ti d e bat my 1 death shall not go im.n co;.;r I. for ihe grass I w.ll not have covered my crave before my c lima ie-i snuo nave lo.uni toe lie.u'l ol my miirdei'i r, lor there is not cno w ho wiil shrink w hen the hour comes, i urn ready pass your sentence.' 'Mai irl. yotii language does not become a man who is on the threshold of eternity.' ' fntih becomes a man at ail times,' replied Anthony. 'Colonel I.tivillier, during tlio time Ihe pr'i,o,,,'i' w as jspoakonr. sreuied greatly c c.tcl. an 1 turned pile; he knew thutM,ir tel was a great taioi itc in the regiiiu nt.aud he le.n'ed his own hie was in danger, 'Anthonv M ii tel.'said iho iud ;o, 'the sen tence of the court is, thai ou die to-morrow at sunrise, and thai you he shol by twelve of our conn ados.' Again the roil of tiie drum told that the ca...' had been decided, and they wore about lo co dn.'t In prisoner l i his ip.iarlers. when a young girl rttslieil pasi too gii.inl inio the tent, and prostrating herself a! the feel ol tho pi csidiiig ol'iieer, cxclo.iinc I: 'lie is iunoiinl! spare him ; he did not shoot ( 'olonel l.aviliier.' As the tears llowed down her beautiful lace, every heart was touched with pity save one. lie stood unmoved by her sup plications, The judge informed her thai ii w as imno.,s' ble for bun lo idler the sentence ot to" court, and (hat Iho only hope that was h it her was Colonel Lavillier, who was the injured piii'ty, who had power t tor Ins pardon or 1 ccomnieiid him to mercy. in vain Cadeline pleaded with liim; he w as inexorable, and slio Wits homo senseless I10111 the tent. Ou llio following morning, a little before sunrise, some soldiers were bunih' engaged in placing red lings at short interval.! on a bcauiil'ul plain not fr.r from llio camp. N'o sooner had this becy nceuniplishod than the luntiled dri 111 and liio hand playing the dead march was hi art!. A company of noldiors drew nei.r, accompanied by a large number of ollicers, who c.uiie lo witness ihe punish ment of iT-'tith. Anthony M.niel was walk ing wiiii a firm step to meet his doom! Ar rix mg al the snot designated for him lo die, he wan calm und unmoved at tiie upproaelung crisis. Twelve of his IV-lioxx' soldiers xxaio brought into line. Kvcry movcmeiil idioxviug their iinxvillin;; ness to pi rforiii tho odious duty w hich had been assigned them. All being arranged, the ctuuinundant walk ed up to Martel, and taking him by tin: h..ud, he shook it warmly, bidding him farewell, he gave him permission to address bis com panions in arms. The mark of kindness moved the condemned man, and a tear started to his eje; bill, luckily, regaining his com posure, ho addressed those who were to lay iiiin low in death. 'Comrades, I have come hero to die like a nisu and a soldier; 1 am guilty of no crime; I have nev er dishonored my country or reg iment ; I have fought by your sido in the tuickest of the bin tie, when the guns of the enemx' poured hot loud in our ranks, mid swept our bravo eountiyinou doxxn like chaif before the w hii Ixvind. but j'oii can all atlii ni that I did not quail or taller when the grim monster stared 1110 in the fare. And should 1 tremble now, when I am to die by liio hands of my beloved comrades ? No; 1 consider it as uu honor, and the list sound that will ever greet my ears will be the glorious dying music of your own true guiin as I I'd!. 1 know that you will ttol sitll'er my ashes to remain unavenged. Let nut your hands heuiblo, but with a (inn, steady il'm, level your pieeei; al nix' breast, when 1 give the xvord fire, for 1 would hae the 111. ti l; of every m ill, if you love me. Comra lea, fatewell ! an I may we all ni"ct whore tic warrior restu from his battles and his victories,' The. ho! licrs brought their pieces to their shoulders, but ninpprd suddenly as the fran tic Cadel.no ruidied into the ui m.s of her lov er. 'Oh, Anthony ! Anthony! you must not tile! Colonel l.aviil.er will have mercy; ho cannot bo so cruel as to murder you.' 'Cadeline, there imin hope. I am prepared lo d.e, but tins m 'el ng lininYven me. 1 could have xx ished J im had been spared tins scene ; but calm yourself and do not woep w lien I am gone. Y'ott xvid not want lor defenders, for my regiment will go liar I with Inm xvlio dares to olfer an insuit, Cad el. no, be ins rank what it may.' 'Comma lanl,' said Col. Lcvillier, in an impatient tone, 'it is past tho time ordered for the execution ; separate them and per form your duty.' With great difficulty Cadeline was torn from the ciubra e of Martel, and conveyed a distance I'ricu tho spot. The word iiuxnv was given, and quickly followed by the second command, pukskmt, aim, und tho fourth and last fatal word, nut:, was on the lips of tho commandant, when a stern voice from a person who stood a short distance upuit, closely unfiled up, gave the command to hkcovkr ahms. So sc. I den was tho order, tttat every eye was turned on the persun who had thus dared Uhceromoiicouslj' to countermarch an order on so impo: tatit an occasion. 'Order that inau under arrest,' said Colonel Lavillier. As tho person approa hed rapidly to where ho stood, throwing tho cloak from his fueo, the astonished plheer behold iu him Field Marshal Maedonald. 'Will Colonel Lavillier inform mo for what crime the culprit sitlVeis?' 'For uu attempt on my life with a pistol,' was tho utiswer. 'Are you sure ho is tho guilty one V ' 'Yes 'Will you not pardon him T' 'It has boon decided by court-martial that be shall die.' 1 I l '' till you havo .o same 1 owcr ti ptvrd m 1 ' h'.m. M d 'clino :v' lute: fr. tieo '11 tho course of jm-tico,' s.vd be. M do not,' 1. ild Mao.ln.al 1, 'and therefore sto, ihe c v.tlim. Anthony Mattel in o! oii'ity.' 'May I ak Voiir c a Hem who i-i ?' asko I Lav'd'ev, villi mi eve.sv uir. M am,' raid Mni'donaM. 'W.ll you plua.so lo cipliiu lo inn this m;. story ';' 'I will, llkving business of iutjiorl.uiee with you 011 the evcnlo z of th.; assault, I c illed at yoe.r ipi ii'tors, but found you nol. (a in pi'ry 1 1 a.-m I ih d rectlon v.ui had take:!, uud l.'lhe.vel in pursn t, 1'in L:,g I nl von h.: I cnlo.e 1 I . I, 'l.ia s cotln ni'iivcd ;..( in I ne to lo ui u'oil.-i.svi n i'.ue- s ol' ,,'if vll'.r' y, a", 1 ihe b id. v. hi. b only nh.'.tterod Voiir ana. Wis tired by t'o . and It id ll Hot bi"Oi for c:; 1 lti;;s l i I ; !'.,.' life ol Hie rlrl, it should have re . .. I eiir he n't. Cel. M. u lei. I ',re. t you i,, b. ha'i'ot t ie lite or. lo whom I l;ae telit.'l your c.is-, 1. ;, e. ho lias bei u ph a-ud I 1 coin, r llos honor and title upon yon. ('.don I I 1- illlel', o.r sv.oid; bene. no! lit Jon are 1." lotiger mi ol'ie, r in the gsand nai.v ; and now take M u'tcl's p'e.ee, end receive the guns tin it, a m mien! since, wno aimed at the bleu--! ot an luuoeetit man. I'lvery In ai t l ent s.'.th joy .it litis mi 1 I m eh an ;e. 1'oor I .a'. i'd .11 , 1 1 nil l.i g w illi fi ar an I shame, w is led to the red l!a Again the fearful orders we 'e givm, but th" lit art of the culprit sank v. illiiu him, and ho Ilu plorcd for mercy. Mlo, cm you as!; f.r liml which, hula few m iiuent i since, yon lotn icd lo nil inno cent man ?' 'I own my fault,' was (he re; ly, 'Then I irl'er oii 1. 1 Col. l n ti I, who bus fall power to pardon you or li'.u.a.i be thinks in oner;' said Maedruu! I. 'Col. Mai le!,' said iho disgraced oll'lcci', 'dice 1 he, e for mercy ?' M gran! .you a full and unconditional par don. You arc at liberty.' was the willing irply of M.ii'tcl, 'and do not forgot to nhow mercy, th.it Votl niaj' receive the saine.' I'.y this time Cadeline heard the glad mine tidings, which spread rapidly throughout Hie camp, and hastily li itntilng, she was in hia warm euibruee. That day was a glori ous Any to the regiment, and there was a grand celebration given in honor of l'ic'.d Marshal Mao.lonald, and Col. .Mai tcl. Ill the coll.se nl alow Weeks lll'tel' ill's event, th tore h al Y is-,, lie nVi l Ho XX I" xxilh liioae x ho assembled loxvlluc. nuptials of Martel and his lovely Caleline Ih'.nee. And many were the little presents and l.cepsukes that ihe happy pair received from ihe regiment, who loved their hruvo and generous coinmaudi r. tw. The Invasion and Capture of Washington in 1811. At tills juncture iu our bistorj-, a brief reference lo the invasion and cin una, tanccs tit lending the capture of Washington, by the british forces, under Admirals Cockbin and Cochrane will not be inimpropriate; and as many ol those sirangor.i now at the capi tal max' feel ititeiclrd io murk t he localities xx lu re ihe first general encounter, and sub sequent events look place, these will be no ted bi iell v iu the order iu xx hiclt they have transpired. liming ihe early portion of the summer of I Ml I, ( '01 lil'iim' lleet fix- iiloii't" the ctukst of Virginia Maryland and the Chcsiipoalo', und they were joined, mi Iho third of A'.l gtlsl, ley Coeliratie'ii ilccl, direct from lier muda, both numbering together lx eiity sail. Oili t loveflimeiit xvas tq prised of hostile in tentions upon Uu: capital, but lleli'eral Arm strong, then Secrelarj' of War, professed disbelief iu ihe 1 moors, und tin' National In telligi necr, pioverbi.iily cautious ilion, as I10XV, iu its eoticht ooi.s, double 1 the pi.om bihlj' of h.is'ile intentions upon the capital. l'rcsiihnl Madison, boxvever, leal taken some prccautionaiy stt ps, by ordering military organization, iu addition to a tlotil la of barges, bearing gun i, placed under the command of ('apt. Joshua b nney, and iniciid cd to check (lo, : . in advancing toward the capital, but after sailing up Ihe bay, the It' imps disembai l.t d at beln di, t, on the batiks of the I'almrht Kiver, on (he limh August. On tin) folloxving day the ttriiiy, consisting of four thousand men, took their march Inward the infant city. Thox' were without artillery or cavalry , and march ed under the heat of a midsummer mm bladi'lisbiirg, xx Inch they reiched on the I t f Ii. by adopting this route, the iloti'Aa iillorded 110 protection to the city, and, prevent the gtm i or boats from being taken, and used against the c.qihol, they w-'ic bloxvn up mi the morning of the l!o I, by or der of the See I'rtiirx' of iho Navy. The appro mil of the troops uu b-r M n (ion. K (licit boss and Admiral Cockburn, xvas seen by I'reiudriit Madison in person, who directed eight thousand inoxporionec militia to bl.i lettsburg, under the command of lien. Winder, to oppo 40 the four thous and bi it h.h soldiers, ('apt. barney having destroyed iho flotilla, joined the military force of (5"tu Winder, with one hundred m amen and his lo id pincii. On the altcr 1100:1 of Iho 2 4th Iho british opened lire, xvhi, h was sueccssfully returned by barney's soldier, who maintained their position no bly, while the raw reorults, under Winder, kept a roripi ctlul distance, who, rendering httle ot tin service xvaii their muskets, boon broke latiks and turned their hack to cm my. linmy.s seamen fought bravely, and their guns "proved toi r.hly dosfructivo to tho enemy. He was oven-nine, hoxvnvor, at tor three hoiiiti' hard righiing, ilanked siipeiior numbers, an I finally fell wounded by ihe sid' of eleven ot h's mi 11 who were kdle I at their guns. He ordered a retreat and gave fcinst'lf up. HU bravery eon Irasled nobly with tha dlsgracoaccful cowardice of the military. (A largo por tion of the men wen; from baltiiuore; and if their sons to-day possess no more the ekliiotits essential to Miiecessfiil welfare, they xvtll do well to make terms of peace wilu the N'orlhcrn lads who propose to pass through their city on their way to tho cipi t.il.) The'miiilia", without, waiting for their conmiaii dor to sound a retreat, took sudden leaxo of tho balllc-licl I, an I male a direct line for tho woods. Tho british experienc ed a o ere losa in their ranks, stab d the historian (ileig, of the fti'ith 11 ya! regi ment, aH high ih live hundred men killed, woun 'e 1 and initming. Col. 'fhornfiii, com mander of tho Light Briga le; Lieulenant Ctdonel Voo I, coniuioviih r of the S.")t!i regi ment, and Mitjor Brown, xvho led ou tlm id valine troop, wcro nevcrily tnoiitiilod, while (.ioneral Hum h vi a hore shot under him. Tho loss was fiinsll on the part of Rr.rny'fi men; and tiie Hngl rh author referred above admits (hat if tho riilltla had done (heir duty the victory undoutcdly won!. have been on the A mi rican aide. Ol B irney liundred radius ho speaks in tho highest terms, remarking that "i:ot only did they serve tlmir gunn with a tpdekness and pre cision vx hieli a tonisU d tliL'ir ai..ilaiils, but they tdood till homo of them w 1 10 actually bayonet tod with loses in their Lands; i,or was it till tite r leader was wounded and taken, and they saxv they were ileBCrtod on sides by tho soldiers, that they emitted tlio UoU." ("len. Kom led tho Third British Brigade into the city, and up to the Capitol, on np- tJwim.mnwn.Tuiri pre 1 'hlre v. hick Inn lmr.r? was shot from under him by one of I! irney's men, w ho had concealed h'ni o !f in a house for that object. The hou a. wm.4 immed'ately entered, tho inm ites pu! to (he swoid.uud tho bllildinjj and cont"i,ts burned. A volley wai lirodi into tie.' window a of t'.n Capitol, when tha troop.i ontcn d. C 1 I. burn tool: t!ie Speak- hair, on 1 asked the iptostion,' , -'hall this harbor of Van! O o r my he l.tniedt All for it t-.'.y a;, ' I' II" i oversell tho ques tion, ptoitoanced the motion, tarried, anil and ordeie 1 the torch put to tho buildiri";. It was soon in tlanc n. As a prudential stop, thn feerettiry of tho Navy t" d"ied Connuo.l.ae Tingey to Ore tho Navy Yard, which, with the sloo-of-war Ai'gti'i.ften ""ins.) live urmod barj'es, two gi'tihoiti 1 ell the t.oie.l stories, was cotiBiguod t '," ll.iuo s. I'tio Ihirlsli troops then proeec.hnl to tho' Ihe.'.'cy and rreiodt t'a 1 ivison, both of who 11 they lire 1 the I'r' a.i lee l havit g lied, W illi h' l l.al'h'rt, 101 l.oiseh.i, i;, neru'..:; t!;i I'otoni 1 . fi.it t i ' tho tirtny emainped on Capitol 11 I' u; i n . 1 -.. exposed tn a terri ble storm, with In .tvv thunder, wheih ud ! 1! ' 1 inleni.ity of aw e to the dismal sceiien w Ineli 1:. ! pist been en nctinl. JMll'tlig tlio utgb! it (Tn hiephew of (leu. Wu hliigton rashly iittaeked Ihe 1 niihs, and was shot dow n. The I tn:r bridge v:i-! lemultatieimsly 11 e.l, at cacti eml, l.v I no , l.y 1110 r; p is, 11,; tiarlics, e of an ettack by t'10 oth- each iippr.'honsiv Next morning the To ii'sh burned the build iucs coiiiiectfd xvith tho Navy und War lo p.u tnient; destroyid the materiel ill tho Na tion, d itiii lll.-cnrcr ollice, uud threw tho Ix pe out of tho xx indow ; destrox'od the re maining loul lings about the Navy Yard and at Creenleal s I'miit; thuw a torch into a well where a large ipinnlity of powder xx.ei 0011ee.de,!, (bat exploded, destroying nearlx' one bundle I of the british troops, vciltering their mutilated remains in every diiecliou. A frig lit fid tornado immediately sxxcplevcr the citv, th stroxilig buildings and proportx' as if in completion of the gen eral work of th i.-tritetion. The enemy, alarmed for their own sal'i ty, withdrew from tho city in the oveni' .-. and hurried towarda the place of eml 1.1 i.a 1 o :. Alter the lapse of hah' 1 n attily of peace ful pvosjierity ii.lt. I rapid progress in tho arts and commerce, Washington ia again threatened xvith invasion under circumstan ces, vastly ditVeieu' from t'noae oil the former occasion. To the People of Ohio. n a a of up to to j. 1 the by of by to I ' all The undersigned, deeply sensible of tho daiigcrsuoxv hanging ox a r our national (!ov ernuii'iil, and impressed xx itu the conviction thai Ihey only can be averted by the united let ion of the whole people, in which patriot ism i.h.dl take th" plaee of puvtv spirit, re spe'.'li'ully and c.u ocstly , all upon all loyal citi'.cus of t I'.ilo, who ar,- in iaxor of tho maintenance of the O.ivt rmnent und of tho vigorous toi l 1 1 1,! .nit. .1 pi . edition of tho xx a r now , ., ri d ...n for ih.. siiiression of the relit llimi a.';iu..l ih,: (lox criinieiit, to mi el and ap oiiii tl legates to a Union Con vention lo be held nt the city of Columbus ou Thursday (lie nth d ty of September next, for the luminal ion of candidates for (he dif ferent State otlices, which arc to ' e fitled at thi ol in u n on , t i-xvit: liio oliteea et I . ..x , t nor, I,,, uti i.ani uovernor, .Indge of the S a p r, 1 m; Court, Comptroller, I reasurer, r-eerctarj' ol State, and 0110 litem- I., I- , f li.o bViiO-.l ,.l" I'lllil'.u W oltiK. To save furl iter trouble in arranging tho details of t!ii.i iiiiportant movement, wo sug gest that (he Couxenlion consist of one del egate for each thousand of Iho nggregato vote cast in each county for Supreme Judgo uj the la I election, xeitli one additional dol egale for each nut plus half of Iho ratio, va rying thi.-t apportionment however, so as to .i core not less than two delegates from cv ciy county and au even number from nil. I nder this apportionment the several coun ties will bo entitled lo delegates us follows: Wood county is entitled to four delegates according to this apportionment. We further iniggc.-it that the delegates bo chosen by county coiivciitlons to be ln.ldon S.iiiiidav, the lll-t day ,!' August. I'm 1 on I'lni : to o.: r.li.ill the Gov einme!'.' be 'ieserx fd is now the all-tib-hoibing question, and the only one worthy of the consideration of the An.ciic.iu people. We I'cti I that no lengthened appeal is nuccs sat j' to animate you to the discharge of your daty in illation to it. We feel assured that a respect for the nii'innry of your fathers, who secured for joii toe blessings of free in stitutions a sense ,,f the obligations resting upon X'ou as the heretofore peaceful possessor-, of those blessings, and a proper regard for (hose to wlf'tn xsei lu pe to transmit ihcm, will he stnti- ! t. 1.1 impel yen to de clare, with no doubtful voice, jour un changeable dt termination that the Govern ment shall not 1 e In ' lo u up. Compared with the interests involved with the great question, all other interests uro of but little importance. If the Government which istabli-hcs and maintains social ol der is forever to t xwt ,t the inercy of ca price or disappointed ambhion, there is hut little of all tliat we now mjoy that xx it! not in Ihe loss of ils stability lose its value. Shall it be sahl that we have neglected, or put in peril the propir settleinent of thia question by our party ditVereucet-? Theso are iioxv of but little moment. They aro mere sha luxes 1 1 allure us from the pursuit of the substance. Without value, nay, dis graceful alike to victor and vanquished will be those triumps of party which are cele brated over tho ruins of a dismembered Govt rmiienl, To the above call are attached the names of prominent gentlemen in different parts of tho State, embracing many leading Demo crats and Republicans. Among tho former aro il c names of 1 1 or.. David Todd, of Ma honing county, Yolncy G. Dorsej', of Miami, and John brough, of Ct yahoga coimly. While the Republican I'nion men are rep resented by Geo. M. l'ursons, Chairman, ami W. T. Rascom, Secretary of tho Republican Slate Committee, Judges Swan and Hitch cock, ami others. Th's relieves the move ment of anything of a partisan charater, and leave it open to loyal men of all political connections, who think more of their coun try than they do of party. A Xrxv Vkhsiox. A correspondent writes "Were von ever at a darkey camp meet ing ?" VYll they "holler" some. Ono old darkey of my acquaintance w as reproved one day by his master f'.r shouting 00 at hi "private devotion." Fompcy, with a verv grave ftco, s.i .!, "I giuss mimsa don't real tie Serif ti is w id much 'tcntion." "Ah! hou 's that ' sai l the master. "Why," Bali romp, with a knoxving look, "dou't de f?ei ip ter say, JUL n-d be Thy nawo V " Tho master gave in, and 1 'ompey bad his hcUerui' uninolestod. . I Fu-Kr.r Mkv. A v olenteer applied to bo enrolled in a southern x iilage, wdieu ho asked to seo w 'hat kind of looking men had already enlisted. The lieutenant paradod his 'army, and a tough looking set they were. "Why," said the countryman, "1 thought you only enlist I ;pick"d men.' " ''So tliey are," eaid the lieutenant, "picked out f tha yuttert every man"