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IIH UN WAV. OCT. 1S01. ) n 1Jbcr.v wl ViiIimi ir Hurt lorrvri tn' miil liim ten a ble ' The Union State Ticket! , TOR GOVKRNOR, . DAVID TOD, of Mahoning. ' o . . MrcvT. oovKnson, EENJ. STANTON, of Logan o- TRKASrKKR ftp KTATK, 0. VOLNEV DOUSE V, of Miami. .tl'DOK OK Til It MTRMP. roniT, JOSIAII SCOTT, of Duller. 0 COMTRCI.I.KR Or TIIF. Tltr.ASI RV, JOSEPH II. IilLKY, of Frunlilin. 0 KKriti:T,iiY of btatt, HENJ. II. COWEN, of Iiclmont. - o- noRi ok rrm.to wohkr, ' JOHN. F. TOltnENCK, of Hamilton. FOR rOMVfiX I'l.KAf iMMIK. MAf'IIlA? C. W'llMT.I.IiY, nt Mnneoik. foil mkn.vtoh, CHARLES M. (iOM'ISKY, ol Putimtn. FOR HKPni'SKNTATlVK, ASlllill COOK, of Woml. UNION COUNTY TICKET. l or Auditor, APIHON SMITH. 1'or Trouiutrer. JOHN (.'. WO0.STK1L Vios. Attorney, JOHN V.. MtCOWKN. ComntinHinnor, AH1WSON LANSMALK. j I To the Polls! Fellow citizens on Tuesday next we shall bo culled on to determine, by our vote, who shall serve us in the enpneity of Statu nnd County Officers, for tho year ensuing. In tho exercise of this constitutional right, let us cast to tho winds all petty prejudices, personalities and parlizau feelings, nnd by our free, unbiased and united vote, declare to the world that our r-ystt in of Gov ernment will and shall bo perpetuat ed. Let the watch-word be Union! Lcttho battle-cry bo tlm suppression of this monster rcbrllionl licn under tho banner of our coun'ry t-hall wo march on to victory and prosperity. Wood County. Tim loyal citizens of ohl Wood im nlivci lo the importance of tho jjrnivl I'liioii move nu'iit, now sweeping over tho country. In it, nml in it alone, tliey ne ia with uiii ae rord to reulizi' the only hope lor the snlva tion of our glorious republic, mul the per petuation of tho present form of n free ami nlighlened government. From every quar ter of the county we hear the most eneour iiging uecoiintN of the progrews ami popular ity of the I'nioit Ticket, liolli Slate nml county. The camlidatcB tiro nil men in whom the people have the utmost confi dence. They are men in wlumo Iiauila the interests of the people will he carefully guarded, mul all the duties of the olliees for which they are nominated will he ly thcni fcldy and judiciounly pcrloi ined. The peo ples of Wood county are moving in nolid oulumu in favor of I'nion principles mid I'nion men. They Avill not how down to the dictation of the hocofk'ioii "Knights ol the Golden Circle," nor be led ly any other "dark lantern" concern. They will give a majority for tho I'nion Ticket that w ill not only surprise political grow lers, hut usto i ish tho natives themselves. IIoll on tV Vnion Hall. The Blockade. Tho hlockado will now heg'n to tell upon tlw Encoded States, with redouble 1 f. rep. It was Iooho nt two points tho Nin th Car olina coast mid Kentucky. Now both thine uvcnucB for Kinuggling are cl isv'd. No more trains loaded with contraband goods will go down tho Louisville and Nashville Itailroa l nor will boats pass up the (Jreen, Camber- land, or Tennessee rivers, with aid and com fort for traitors nor will vessels from lhe Canadian ports fmd their way through the inlets into Pnmlico und Albemarle S.uiudsi with cargoes of the things that are precious in tho sight of the Seo'sh The blockade ... . . . , , will now pmch wuh a seventy ho.do.ore Political. ,, . , , , , The Democratic papers ol the Mate.huve. with unimportant exceptions, ceased t make direct opoomtion to me war. the war. The few anil venomous followers of Vallandig- 1. .1... .! li... .1 ; nam urtj urn excepuons. im inci c is a gee- c ral effort to make tho jmliiical campaign this fall unold fashioned s.iiiabhle, - .Messrs. Tod, Stanton, and others of the State I'uiun Ticket, are neauiled with the itilreivseiit.i tions usual in such eases. Some old sayings of thoao gentlemen are rnVed uo, garbled distorted by Rimill enns, ami ut.o.1 as tots , , i i ii , i for absurd cditonalH. Hut wo vlm-rv,. iutlicutiuuH tlmt thi 8tvlu (if wurfittv Uliki ly to be irofitablo. Card from Dr. Godfrey. To the Editor of the Korth-wcvt: Fir: In your iwer of tho 1m insi:it:i wlucll 1 luive JUttt tltitt moment Be. n, tu interrogate tuc as to my ilui'mc Ur I'.S. S-n- ator. 1 will emleuvor to uiiawer uur iuo-! with as much brevity uh pobi'lilo. 1 utu not now, nor Jo I intern to bo, yleilfil support ot any man for tlmt jnuniuii: but when tho proper time coined, 1 will, fleeted to the State Senate, pive my vote the mm who will, in uiy opinion, beat rep resent the iuterestaof the country, and m can gvvothe mowt efficient support to the Oovernmeut in nuppreasu) the rebJllion t guinat it, and in eniorcing m lav. a C. M. GODFREY. Napoleon, Sept. 25th, 1861. tsGcn, ReynolJn Liu routed tW u'tt A Choat lloautain, killin,', 100 ol" ti.oiii. The Fremont Trouble. - I . M" ii'iium , .1 iuii mil n lie nil nil I'l . ....-iMMirchaseK?" Does half a million ox umnmgined. j ponde-1 in the we-t exhaust the appropria- ""-v '"""' ,n;ln "hen expended for the I del. -use of Washington? Surclv, half , lum ;s i ,!,.,,' ; a u.);vt ;.mi.,red i'w.ih the draft which the defense of the l'u ,,",M 1n ,,1k" 'h il" '"'"I'ko InuV will U lllll It' III t! 10 li M l i 1 1 1 1" i;l t ' OllM l,y ;i 10 lllisithili .., UM ., llM'X ,,'. ,h). iini;v , Wl.8t , 'l!',u i.i him 'iie.'; wo iroMiui lin y j ntvoMsury; but th.it, tho liuvoi uiui nt w lih'li Inm iipkr:l io.i.-'n a oumW nrmy at Wasli tion "i;.'l.iii l"i' livo uiriitli, kIkciM ulluw mii h t.i 1 hm' un l ty to lu i;tioil about iho oxuava tlie ff.inoo of i-pi ii linu: half n million for the if; MiHU(i-ti xjh .htion an i.n lort.iUiii;.; to lPi'to us toat mi I impoi i o.t it tho ilottiittV ho h GoV Fremont having satisfactorily con formed to tho instructions of tho President, respecting tho slavery clause of his procla mation of martial law in Missonuri. tho op ponents of that gentleman now rest their hoBtilily iisii.Rl him eolely upon tho eh irgo of exlravugunce. Therefore it is no longor n point between he wml 111 President, but between he an.! his persecutors. Wo find in the Cincinnati ('i?"!". of f!atun!ny, the following in tide bearing upon this question, which so nearly expresses our viowa in the prcnt'Ses, that we inmpi n: Tin) telegraph fiom Washington blizons nbron 1 the nnimuniTn.rnt that (Je'i. Fremont has made a requisition upon the tbiverunient fir half n niillio:i dolbvn to ,iy for ordnnnee, an 1 that the Chief of ilrdimnoe liai report el upon it: 1st. Th.it there whs no author ity given to (Jen, pirinotit to make t'e piirehafic; 2d. That the ventolins sinw that t le arnii were bought nt high prires ( .1 h Thet there is no evidence that tho nnii.-i have been inspected by an C. S. Army in speefor ; -1 1 Ji . That unless Mich pun Ii ihoh are tcgnlnled mid rcitrietril by the lliquirl inciit the iipproprintiium will be insunicicnt. We ure dispose I to let (Jen. 1'reinout stand on his own merit'. Wo have net 1a kin miiv hand in liiaiinf.ietnring great, and t ip.iraildod (ieneruls bv wind work ; nnd wo propose to wait until their qualities are shown by action, before we recognize the 1 O'liua of a Wellinglon or a Poiuiparle. Itut it wo'.il I be c pially foolish to break down n tieneral by unfoim I" I elmiior. We shall nd prejudge li'ii. l'V-iwit's rmo. eitlier for or u '.iiiiisl 1 1 iui ; bn! imcli statements us (lies', uttered day i.lter day, do i r judge it or prcju dice it in the minds of the pi oph , nn i they do this without any foundation; lor there is no reason for supposing that this announcement has any better foundation than there was for the daily reports about tlr Cabinet deliberations and determinations upo'i (Jen. Fremont's removal. It is of that convenient kin I that can answer a present purpose, anil then be d.sclainio I at conveni ence. SnoiioAe lliat (!en. f'reiiimi! lei 4 r.eide n II requisition on the (biverunr'iit lor money, and it has been refused or sn ;peu led, why should the ( Jo ernineiit blazon it abroad. Wbv not settle Hiis nialter according to its rules, if it is going to, and either refuse it, suspen I it for further examination, or pay it? Why should not the (lovermneut eie inse its foul linen at home, instead of sending il abroad and stilling up an offensive smell in public 't Is it customary for the Department to telegraph over the country the slate of their unsettled or disputed accounts with subordinates? It, looks very much as if some member of the (lovornmenl was anx ious to get before the people as soon as posuble anything that would prejudice (Jon. Fremont in the popular estimation, while lie the leaky member of the (lovernment dodges behind the irresponsibility of a tel egraphic news report. No matter what, the merits of the case, heie is u violation of departmental etiquette and honor which requires looking to, mid which shows thai the animus is Inutility to (Jeneral Fremont. It is probably true that (len. (Jremont had no specific authority to purchase arms or anytliinx else ; but was the M issi.u.ippi ex pedition or the defciiH.! of Missouri lo le carried on without arms, or abandoned for the want of them? It might be supposed that when the Administration unpointed n liein ral to such a conini.in I, il relied some what on his energy to so-nre the means fur curving out the purpo-e. The (1 nvrnincn! had not the aims. All il had were required for the defense of Washington. Il might have procured them from abroad during the summer, but it seems lo have regarde I its requirements as limited t the defence of I Washington and did not jet them. Now, th re is a midden demand for arms for the West. The (iovonnicnt don't un derstand it. It has enough to a in all tho troops that are defending Washington; and, if there is any lack, it draw s tin- le,t armed regiments from the West. Put if the sol diers in the Western Department are to be armed, the arms have to be bought, mid of course on the spur of the treat demand which the western necessity has now creat ed, they cannot be purch i -cd at government prices, nor at the prices of one or two months ago. (len. Fremont is not. tho only c inun inder who has been compelled to buv anna in fie west. (Jen. Anderson has done the same thing, mid we fiuspect without formnl warrant, lien. Mitehcl is anxious to buy arm .. and these puivha ics are not made, nor cm they be, at (Joverumeut prices, or at ordinary prices. An advance has taken place within a shorl time, owing to the Western necessity ; but the (iovernment sees no military necessity in the West, and it cannot see the propriety of buying arms, especially at extra prices, when Washington is sale, or hopefully safe, Aa to the absence of Cuited States in spection, which the (Jovcrinneul telegiaphs or causes to be telegraphed as an aggrava tion of this ease, the public can judge better about that w hen they know what is meant by Cuited Slates inspection. It is not sup posed that the purchases were I'nitod Slates arms, or of the same pattern. If the I'nited Slates standard wa.i to be the stan dard of inspection, none of them would pass. If it was not it would merely be in spection withoui n i iv standard ; mid how would that dor, i h em ;i judicious purchase by oMieers who weie competent judges of arms? In the ahsei.ee of evidence to the contrary we are bound to siqose that the j purchase was so made ; audjda premature ; telegraphic charue that the arms were not inspected by an Cuited States Army lnspec- tor. looKs vcrv mileli like sctlinn' up a lech- ideal standard arainst these iii iiim which it i . . ...... j wnH impossible to comply with. ! The remark of the t'hief of the Purcau ' Ordnance, that unless Mich purchases are regulate,! ami restricted bv the Depart- inent, lhe appro) I ialiolis will be insullieient, is ti-.ivding eniircly outside of his province. His daiv was to report upon the rcou'si- ' t'onn ami vouchers, not to set up a standard I ,.l' .,v. III,,,... IVI...I .1 i... I... ! 1 ip.tal makes on the appropriations. The army in the nitrenclimenls at Washington si eo-it (lie I .'..v., i-,, i,l I, .11' ., ,,,111,..,, . (1 IV. w Wl, , .;. :. : ., . in ,,,i,i ii ml in.., , I'nate information, telegraphed daily, fn.st, that is bcl.ewd that liea'iregard has no intention of nttac'ting Washing ton, and it is hnpcfc.'.lv regarded ns safe; and next that Ueanrc'.ard is advancing his insil!nus, and more troops are required to defend the Capital. Why in it that the t'h'.ef of Ordnance a-. Unit tlit'V will f out unit's it is ivluseil, wliilt- ho is ijiiitf luiiNu.si'iiMM of the luvni'li , ma le in tin iu by lu'.f u ni'.IUnn a tl.ty fur tho an. iv of ;!to ilei'ui-f of Witnliin-tm'i ? Wo i tin nut iis.iiinui lo iloi'iiii- u i i : i liiv jiiilit'uuiri- llt'SS ill' tlll'l ji-.uvh imi-s. th.it i i, ii M thoir - oi ivasiuntvui un!m ?.- i! i;.- ny.i i wer 'nr:u;d iv 'tie tii.iiin .hinder to the lap:- BffUl'ne I ItlL'.'.OlOnt vi l.tv' 0.lif .'illo t Oul'icr liOt oiilv talk lim,-,i. tiiev at-i in tiio tuintlo ot that paper at the Louisville i oa:o.i;ce r rulav iiionun ov ' T. ..-.-..II..' . . ' ' i'u i of II it Jei'd ' Tacticd and lott'om pv lo tuo iou ih, wlio fo in-' ml an.! toiul.'ri uml. B'-(!l.TIio rebel outrages in Wontliern Ken tucky nro growing to bo an every day oc currence. fiyTlie North Flnr, with tienrly iimillion in California gold, nrrivnl nt New York Mondar. WX."nen Ciunt," the well known British imdl.H. has been' found dead in his bed.J lie was forty-six years of age. rr.Theie are indications from Washing ton that (Jen. McClelluti iu disposed lo enter tain tho rebels in Ivistem Virginia. C!.-rTli I'nion men of Miami count v have placed ii Democrat In nomination for the Legislature. This county gave 1200 majori ty for the Republicans last fall. tViV'An important battle was fought nt Pine Mills. Mo., on tho 17th. between the .Id Iowa regiment 575 strong, and 4, 5(10 rebels resulting in the light of the latter. C 'i"' Williamsburg, in Whitely county, on the Tennessee border, is in ashes. Appre hensions exist a to the safety of Richmond and other places nearer the line. :.y-The N. York D.iv llook hade farewell lo the public on Tuesday of last week. It says it "bows before tiio inexorable decree of" force." It claimed to have ilO.OOO sub scribers. frwyTho report recently circulated that t jeneral Tom Thumb had died at. Parirt was false. The (,'eneva! is alive and well, mid m living a tour ol the t lunulas, lining now at Montreal. (WjV'dt is now certain that John C. Ureck inridge is in Morgan or Home other county bordering on Virginia, collecting Secession forces. Number of them have been seen going in that direction. It' jy That, most pestilent ofseeession holes in Kentucky, Cynthiana, has been duly pos sessed. Col. Vandevcr's Regiment, .'lath Ohio, settled there Thursday. The secesh in that quarter must retire to their holes. ftt-tV-1 f. has been revealed that il plan was fully devised to open the slave trade on a grand scale, by running the slaves into the Sounds on the Carolina coast. Tho capture of Fort 11 itleras spoiled the plan utterly. ).-The AlliaiieeTim m.S. (!. McKee, 10 li lor, has hauled down the secession aiding Democratic liar, nnd run up the glorious St. us and Stripes. It. is now a I'nion paper, in 1 supports the t iiiou ticket mid platform. flr-ft,.The Southern papers report the n -ognition of the Confederate Hag in Cuban ports. Ii Cos be true the dovei nor (Jeneral must have read the proclamation of the (Jueen of Spain very differently from the majority o( persons. t!'0... Washington correspondents state thai it i ascertained that (Jen. Patters on's enm :ia:gu iu Virginia cost the (Joverumenl full MO.OiM.OlM); mid that, the sole result was the capture of some twenty fugitive slaves, and the return of them to their masters. fo?'"N'othing is known definitely as lo the position of matters lid ween tho Uovcrn uient and Jen. Fremont, but tho nominee mont that that officer made important assign ment ol in lil.irv commands would indicate that he designed to continue iu his position. -..A Fortress Monroe corresponden of lhe New York Trib'ntt' says that, the Ma y land prisoners are quartered in casemate. They have plenty of goo I food, but are clos-dy walc.iie I, and not allowed lo walk ib. nit the beautiful grounds of the Fortress or hold communication with any one. lfrj'"The Covington and Lexington Rail road was, by order of (Jeneral M;lchcl, duly occupied by the Cuited Slates Military for ces Thursday. It will henceforth l e rigidly guarded by our .sold'ers, and managed un der the supervision of t in military authori ties. II the Secession members and oflice' s of Maryland Legislature, me now under arrest, the job commenced in iUltimore having been completed in Frederick. That b ly is now dead, the I'nion members having refused to meet Tiles lay. The good work goes bravely on. INfJw. Account from St. Thomas to the 25th August say: " There are three I'nited States .steameru of war iu our waters, in search of lhe privateer Stuuptor, nnd from the swift ness of the pursuers, with -the vigilance which they exercise, she cannot possibly escape many days from eapturo or sinking. lii)u,Vt. a. war meeting in Wheeling, a night or two ago, Hon. J. S. Carlilo told the young men in the audience that they should rot be afraid lo enlist. There was less danger of being killed in the battle field than off it. War, he continued, was healthy, and those who wanted to live long, should engage in it. fiVuThe Kentucky Senate passed, 1G to 1 0, a bill providing that Kentuckinns who voluntarily joined any force invading the Slate, shall be incapable of taking any estate in Kentucky, by devise, bequest, descent or distribution, unless they return to their alle giances within sixty days, or escape from the invaders as soon as possible. BnuTho success of our arms iu Western Virginia still continues, and new laurels ere almost daily added to the abundant hono.s of our brave Western oliiuteers. lioinney, whP. li has lately been occupied by a rebel force of I. -100, has been taken by stu.m by a force of 500 Ohio infantry and tOO.ouvalry, with but a trilling loss on the part of the assailants. IViThe mouths of both those important channels of traffic, the Cumberland and Ten nessee rivers, are now under the control of of our troops. Padiieah, at the mouth of tho Tennessee river, has been occupied, ns our readers are aware, for somo weeks. The telegraph announces that Sniithlaiid. situated at the entrance of the Cumberland into the Ohio, has also been garrisoned. Movt'.n an Amknumknt. ---In one of tho churches of St. Louis, on Sunday last, an eloquent divine, while earnestly supplica ting at the throne of grace that peace might again spread her gentle wings over our be. loved country, said ,'Tut one hand on the North, O Lord, and the other on the South, and say to raging elements, 'Peace be still." An elderly man from lu liana, a private in one of the regiment stationed there, inter rupted the reverend gentleman at this point by saving quite distinctly, "No, Lord-put both iie.n !s on the South, an I make her t in the Cniol:." The Chronology of Secession. ., i. it fim- Carolina is tho elevenlii iu chruuoli (jual order of rebellious States. The following table liowst.ie tlatesol the passages of tinlianitees st'oi'HMitiii : 1 Siatth CiiMlin Doivnihcr 20. 2 Mii!.iKjiii JantiHi-y II. .1 Al.ibanu Jamiarv 11. 4 Plorida January 'l I. 5 (ii'oivi.1 -Jamiarv IV. (t l.oiiiNiaiiii January .9. 7 Ti'Xiix Kol'mary I. H V ii'irinia April' 17. V Ai Lama - NUy 6. Itl Tiiiiii'ssee May 6. II NjiiIi t'aivliiu-Mav 21. Scholarships for Sale. scholarships front the Cltimhti, Clove lun I und Maimii'v I'uiiimrroiiil ('ollei's, which ill soil choitp for c.tkh. Ohio Military Affairs. u it. A I'libunliiid lotior to tho Cincinnati pti- jporn, dated Sept, 30th, sayd four additional rogmieiitu ot inluniiy go from Ohio into Kentucky immediately. mjf-" flircO batr ied of in t'llorjrv- Lieut. t VI. yrai!rjC fj? ?lst,tt Major l.:fiot,woll h.ifWh Transferred iho a;th utmont. Frederick C. Jones, L'iaei.maU is appointed Lieut- Col. of the .Mot, and Frederick V". Tester, now Adju tant, Major The Ohio Arsenal now turns out So'000 cartriges per da . The cumber of Ohio n giii.tnU is ilvMv t7. Soldiers' Pay to their Families. Tho following provision for paying the wngfiB of volunteers, or such Portion of it na they may desiro, directly to their families, was mado ut the extra session of Congress, in the net authorizing tho employment of volunteers. One of the most eU'ectivo things ,l,llt '''-ctary of War ran i do to cneour. ivu i;io inillicio IS IO joii, non nvn"iu in operation at once mi 1 provide tor paying the army regularly and often, so that, the volunteer may know when they enlist that their families' will have a certain provision. We presume thirf has already boon attended toby the War Department; and in tho finan cial measures for providing for the expens es of the war it success, tho volunteers may regard this provision for thoir families, and mid it payment directly to them, as certain: Ski-. 12. A nil lie it further nnarfint. That the Seeretaiy of War bn, a;id ho is hereby authorized mid directed to introduce- among the volunteer forces in tho service of tho I'nitod Slates, tho system of allotment ticket now mod in the Navy, or somo equivalent system, by which tho family of tho volun teer may draw such portions of his pay us ho may request. Important Fact About Compromise. The Crawford llullctin, a Democratic pa per in Southern Illinois, makes the following important disclosures: "We are informed by a gentleman just from the, Ninth Congressional District, that there has been a complete revolution among the people on the war question. Hon. John A. Logan, Congressman from that District, ha been appointed Colonel, and has his regi ment nbout ready to take the field. Many who a few days ago were of the compromise stamp, uro now enthusiastic for tho war. Logan declares that ho mid other compromis ing men in Congress met in secret conclave, and determined lo make a last effort. They sent May to Richmond lo ascertain if the Confederate would entertain, accept or oiler any compromise. No compromise could be agreed upon, the rebel utterly re fusing, even though a blank sheet of papor be given them to write their own terms. Logan declares their intenlention is to light, and calls upon all Democrats to rally around the ol I Mag, and thwart them in tlieir dia bolical efforts to destroy the (Jovernment." This throws light upon an important point, namely: why May, the Uiltituore Congress man, went to Richmond just before the meeting ol the. special session of Congress. The nbove revclalion makes it all clear Vhiraijn Tribune. The War in Missouri. y of, ! to of Special In tliu Si. Louis Krpiiblicun. .Tkkkkuson City, Sept. HO. Lieutenant Col. Thackor, of Col. Peabody's regiment, and Lieut. Tennott, of Col. Marshall' regiment, who wore at Lexington, have arrived here stud give some interesting particular from that place. They say the rebels can easily turn out, and probably will, three 1'2-potind-er per week at the Lexington foundry, and that they arc very busy iu making balls of all kinds. They report that tho rebels havo a large amount of powder and ammunition of every variety Mpried in tho vicinity of Lexington, and thatiVliey have recently dug up a great deal. Two thousand rounds of loaded tshell were diisoutomhcd by the rebels in Mulli- cau s entrenchments on the very Usy ot the surrender, our troops having no idea of their concealment, tin they were deposited there three months before. It is s.ud vast amounts of ammunition are buried in differ ent quarter of the west and south, having been sent out from .K Herson City by ex-Gov. Jackson, befoie he licit troni here. Our troops would havo destroyed the powder in their possession, if they had hud water or had not feared an explosion that must have proved fatal in their narrow entrenchments. A feminine secessionist of high social standing at Lexington, obU'tuo J admission lo Mulligan's fortifications, disguised as a negro washerwoman, and took a complete sketch an I plan of the works and reported hi r information to the rebels. Il is believed the rebels have from -'0,000 to 0(1,000 men ut Lexington, and daily re ceiving reinforcements. They will make u stand there and wait the attack of our troops. It is Hiuniosed that Price will in two or three weeks have from 70,000 to tJO.000 there, and will meet u with that number. Thorebtds, the officers say, light well, mid that our mis take is that wo have always underrated this fact. The rebels at Lexington avo receiving provisions in quantities from tho adjacent country, wagon loads arriving every day, and they have, it is said, every means of support. (Jreen, Pains, and Parson's troop arc represented as a mere mob, half clothed and without discipline, no one seeming to hold u less rank than that of Colonel. Harris' soldiers, (7,000 in number) are very well drilled, mul execute all their nui neuvros in thorough military style. One of the rebel regiments having helped theuisel ves to the uniforms of Col. M ulligan's troop, are now called tho " Irish Brigade." Lieut. Col. Thaeher and Lieut. Tennott leave here by boat this morning for Lexing ton. They "will return with the wounded Federal tioops now in tho bauds of the rebels. They aro about 100 in number, lie fore they left Lexington they obtained written "permit from Gen. Sterling Price, granting protection to any boat which might go lo Lexington for that purpose, lien. Fremont has approved of this action, and will start this morning. These olliccrs say our troops were treated most kindly by the rebel olhcers, whom they pronounce high toned, honorable und generous geiiilenien. The gallant conduct of Cols. Mulligan, White and IJrover is highly eulogized. (Jen. McKinstry and stall' arrived here last evening, lien. Pope is still here. Tot ten's battery was among the m rivals here yesterday. " S:outs arrived here last night "from Warsaw, h8 miles distant, but they re port nothing new. They heard tii.'.t McCul loch was marching on Jefferson City by way of Lexington. The stars unci stripes w aving over Mulli gan's entrenchments, was pierced by 41 bul lets, but not one struck the Union, a pecu liar and iavorahle omen. t'ol. Richardson's regiment, now stationed -it tlt.i I lu'iivn riv.tr will Kit iliubiiii.liij t.'i.ihw ils rune bavi.ig expired, and Col. MeClurg'J I ;1i-0 (js jihu-o. j', m,? Howling, of Miller county, notniious rebel, who had impressed two bovK nnd ono ol I man uml st ilon two horses, j wa.i brought heie last niht iti.d will be ; to wo;k to-moirow on tio fortilioatioua. j M.ij. Sleele, who l.u I command of j regular Uoops nt tho battle ol WiUon's : ("reck, lias received permission to take com I maud of the 8th Iowa rcpinoiit. It id un derstood that his battalion of regulars will be incorporated in the regiment. ' Advices from Saline county report ! rebels overtunniii ' that section of j country with scouting parties, who are pressing l nioti men into tho rebel and levying upon tlieir goods. KFfX.Tho Turonto illuhf, in nn able friendly article on American Affairs, remarks that the impatience of our people is danger ous to tho tiovcruuicut that consideration is duo to tho stupendous and delicate task the rresidont has beloro him, and that sdiouy, Wvtruigt honed, and not weak- ar-,igiiant and sonselcs clamor, .h!oh tBT' iterile.es the national councils. This is good at-ice, ami bhould be heedetl. Itut our people characteristically expect everything to be done in twenty minutes, while war, to be successfully carried must aoiuotimes make hacte slowly. Another national vhaiavteristio is to deaire to everything in the papers, forgetful of fact that nooiecy is an important element military operations, and that tho (loveru- ment may re hard at work without anything about it. H.lVU'p The Army at Washington. A correspondent of the Now York Even ing Post writes a follow, under dale of 8ept. 2nd: The arrival of regimcntc from tho North ern States is regular and at about the rntc of three regiment a day. If this continues much longer, the army of the Potomac will bo sufficiently large t warrant somo new offensive movements. Everything all along our line is now in excellent order. Eacn duster of Regiment is brigaded, and wherever it i possible the brigade are made up of n singbi State. Tho men were never before so well cured for. One hun dred and fifty head of cattlo are slaughtered daily for the benefit of the soldiers, und the ovens of the capital daily turn out nn im mense amount of the very best bread. It is a fact that the army bread is of a better quality than that sold by our city linkers. There aro fourteen ovens, and to keep them going there is a daily consumption of twenty-four bushels of potatoes, two hundred mid forty barrel of Hour, and fourteen hun dred gallons of yeast. Tho number of loaves turned out daily nt tho ono capital bakery is over sixty thousan 1. and tlioro uro ininie.iso establishments of tho samo kind the other side of tho Potomac. There is a (JcYmun bikery, whero the bread is of that kind denominated "German," und which is supposed to accompany lager beer, when ever the soldier is lucky enough to obtain it. Uoud beef a id good bread will keep mi army from sulforiiig.but our is supplied with many luxuries. It is found in frugal camps impossible to eat more than half the rations issued, and with a good quartermas ter a largo sum of money can be saved to invest iu luxuries. No regiment which has good officers lacks an abundance of coffee, lea, sugar, molasses and even butter. A large number of the Yankee troops indulge iu the familiar New England dish, apple pie. A prominent New England politician re cently made a visit to tho cunip of ono of the New England regiments, nnd was treat c I to a dinner of steak and potatoes, with a dessert, of sugar npplo-pio. lie vaa not expected, and the dinner was impromptu, und a more wholesome one he never ate. The health of tho troops is astonishingly good. Ono Massachusetts regiment, which entered the district four months ogo, has lost but one man by sickness. A prominent physician, upon looking over the statistics of sickness and mortality of the nrmy, ami comparing them with the Bamo of tho prin cipal cities, says that there has been less sickness and mortality of tho army, than the usual average, of course except:ng the c.iaiuilities of the battle-field. J6J'"The Secretary of Wai dialling in Iowa. has forbidden NEW ADVERTIS'MENTS. a j a i not the the the im nnd his cn, see the of Notice to Tnx-l'uycrs. I will by in tho several townships nf Wood county, Ohio, l'i r tin1 purpose of receiving taxes, ns follows: At 1'iveport, .Montgomery township, on Tuesday, Oct. 15th. At Hermird's school tioiiss, Perry township, on Weihios.tiiy, Oct. llith. At John Uaird's, Hloom township, on Thursday, Oct. l"tli. At John Davis', Henry township, on Friday, Oct. 18th. K. U'RAH A M, Co. Treasurer, l'orrysbiirg, 0., Oct. 1, lH'.'.l. 22w2. E B 1 F F S SALE Peter Sclintenherger vs. I!. W. Johnson ct nl. Uy virtue of nn order of salo issued in tliu nbove (vise by the clerk ol" tho court of common plena of Wood county, Ohio, mid to m? directed and deliver ed, I will otK-r lur sale ut public vendue- at the door of the court house, in the town of i'errysburg, Wood county, Ohio, on iStitiir.lny, November 2d, 1861, between the hours of 12 m. nnd 2 p. in., of said dny the following lands nnd tenements, towit : The siuth-west y( of tho north-east of section 13, t iwmhip number 4, north of range 12 cast, nil in Wood county, Oiiio; containing 4ilncr ?s. Apprais ed nt Si:m.' U. E. Ul'YEU, Sheriff. J. j. Uhkkn & Son, nttvs. Oct. lit, 1861-22w6$3 31. ) 11 O C L A M AIIO N . lhe electors of Wood county, Ohio, are hereby notified to meet in their respective townships on the 2d Tuesday of Octobor next, that being the eighth day; between the hours of 6 o'clock a. in. and o'cock. p. m. nt the tuual places ol' holding elec tions therein, or at such places as the trustees there of nuy designate, and then nnd there proceed by ballot to ynto for suitable persons to till the follow ing ollices, to-wit: One, Governor, ono Lieutenant Governor, one Judge of the Supreme Court.one Treasurer of Suite, one Secretary of State, one Comptroller of Treasu ry, ono Member of the Hoard of Pubiic Works, ono Mate Senator, one Keprescntntive, one Common Pleas Judge, one County Auditor, one Treasurer, one I'nisecuting Attorney, nnd one t oinmissioner. Tho Trustees of each township nre required, tho day of el ction ufurcsaid, to select pood, judi cious persons having the quulititinn of electors, lhe number set opposite the name of their township. to s"rve as Jurors for the Court of Common Pleas, tor ttie year IHoj, to-wit: Perrvsburg 17, Lake 4, Troy 4. Freedom 7. Mont goiueiy 10, Perry 7, Hloom o, Portage 5, Center Midtlleton 4, Washington 5, Plain 9. Liberty Henry 3, Jackson 1, Weston 8, Milton 3, Webster o. Li ven nailer my band oliicially at 1 vrrysburg, tins Htn uay ol neptenioer, i.mu. Sihvtt O. E. UUYER, Sheriff. CIO CRT OK COMMON PLEAS, WOOD CO., J OHIO. Charles W. Hill and Charles Pratt, plaintiffs Merritt M. Young, defendant. Tho defendant, Merrett M. Young, will take no tice that on the 10th day of September plaintiff Died against him iu tho court of common pleas of county of Wood, their petition, the object und pray er of which is to obtain judgment against tho de fendant for the sum of two hundred and thirty-two 77 100 dollars with interest from February 25,'l800, on an account for legal services rendered and money paid out and expended for the defendant by plaintiff. Plaintiffs also seek to collect said gum by the provisional remedy of attachment, nnd havo nttaelied the following lands and ten .'incuts of defendant in said county of Wood, to wit : 49 84-100 acres off the west part of river tract number eighty, (80) in the United States reserve, at foot of the rapids of the Mnumee river, in Wood county, Ohio, and bounded as follow s: On the south by the center of Grassy creek, on tho west by west line of said river tract number eighty (80) the north by the Maumee river and on the east by lino drawn parallel to the west line of said river tract number eijjhty (80) at n distance of eight chains, 7Js links easterly thereof. Also a right public wny thirty feet w ide, from said 40 and 84-100 acres to tho I'errysburg und Oregon road nlong route surveyed iind reported for a county road the coinuiisMonors of Wood county, by N. Minton, surveyor, tjanl (lele,lant is required to answer said petition on or before the 23d day of November next, or judgment will he taken against him by HiLt At Pratt, plaintiffs. Toledo, Sept. 10, t8ol-20wC7 09. The subscriber bus secured the agency for sale of Cook' celebrated roRI'Al'.LE SUG AR EVA TOR ATOR, Which is undoiibtedlr tho very best evaporator tho I'nitod Sute. ft bus received tho rirst nt th I'nited States Fair, Chicago, Illinois State Fair, Fivenort, Ohio State Fuir, New Michigan and Wisconsin State pairs, and at i:'rTy Fair, State tl County, Where exhibited. Farmers having a Supar-Cane cixip this season, tdiould at nneo order ono of Kvnoratois. You can in a'l iimbubilitv make price of one out of tho increase value of the Sii;ar or Syrup the tirst vo ir; (or it will make better syrup ' and more of it than any Uhor now in use. ! . ' Tfl Wl o? ! ,mV ,' ., ot lll0 ', Weok. Call and ste it. in Suite Pair at Da v ton, (iltAlX VIK1I.I.S! GRAIN liRII.LStl 1 ciin till a few mire orders for those superior pirilU i if sent in soou) 1 have been sel'iojr this and as further evidence of iiR stipe. ioritv all others, tho FIUST PREMIUM was awarded to it at tho Stat Fair lust week. 1). KkKl'd. Septombtr IT, 18ol tf. J. J . BLEf HER, HENTIST, Will be at Mead Hotel iu Gilead, 011 the 20th August, and remaiu until Uie 4:h of Septn'inber. and in Perrvsburg at the Exchange fivua the ftth September to the Jlsi. Iw7. I' O A H I S I' fl A II I S P ( A R GOODS & GROCERIES. 8 to 5, 3. the tho the the the on a nf , I the to I de fault. the in Pre mium York these the send ado last sea son, over of of ! I T T II K WORLD Kt AD. FOR THE BEST fit CHEAPEST GOODS OO TO THE 8TC1C OF W. J. IIITOIICOOK. NKW 0001)1 1 NKW OOOMl nkw noons I nkw noons I new ooonsl NKW OOOI'S NKW goods! nkw nicest XKW miCKS NKW MICKS NEW priors! NKW PRICK! NKW prices! KKW PRICES I The largest stocks of goods erer o(T ered in this market, embracing sn endless rsriety of articles STAPLE, FAKCV AND FASHIONABLE, In the selection of which no cflort has been spar ed to render it ns attrctire as possible, is now bo ing opened at the CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W. J. Hitchcock, on the corner of Front and Lou isiana Avenue, Pcrrysburg, Ohio. QUALITY is the BEST TEST of CHEAPNESS. Inspection and Comparison will prove that for va riety, elegance, richness, cheapness, bonuty and quantity, this stock is unsurpassed by any now of fered in the West. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS I In this department great advantage may bo obtain ed by close cash buyers, from the fact that the goods nrc boughtfor cash' directly of the eastern dealers nnd manufacturers, nnd all imported (roods arebo't at just what it costs to import them, hence he cad nnoru to ten goods at MUCH I.OWEIt PRICES than goods are generally sold, which is an item of great interest to the paople of Vt ood county. A gnf Ilicient in duceineut, w take it, to make Pcrrys- uiug fic trailing point. READY .MADE CLOTIIIXO I In this department, we have the largest and most complete assortment in Northern Ohio. Made up according to the latest fashions nnd in the stnntml manner, warranted to give the vor beat HARDWARE. CROCERIES. &C. Those wishing to mirchn sn anything in this line will find it to tlieir ndvnntnge to p'-vr my Store a visit before purchasing elsewhere. Trie attention of the public is respectively invited to mv extensive stock. luemig iinmueu u wm uciime proiiiaeiy spent. Kt?"Produco tuken in exchange for goods. W. J. HITCHCOCK. PerrysburgfcJanuary 2d, 1861. tUAND OPT. MG OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS HATS, CAPS, uOOTS, SHOES, ULOTIUKO, Crockery and Glassware, WOODEN WARE, HARDWARE, Farming Tools, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. Ladles' Dress Goods, New, Chaste, Rich and Ebgant Patterns, Just received by A. O. WILLIAMS & BRO. Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio and Java Coffees, Layer and Seedless Raisins, very nice, Prunes snd Currants. GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, SPICES, Kerosene Oil. Tea at BO cents, and $1 tea for 75 cents; try it. Prime Live Geese Feathers, Retailed from $1 V lb up. Mackerel and Cod Fish, Looking Glasses, etc. CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, New Spring and Summer styles, Ftrong and Cheap for Cnth; for sale by Williams. GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES FOR THE LADIES. French Priutcd Bareges, very cheap. French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs. Gingham I-owus, Printed Lawns, Printed Bril liantes, all entirely new styles. Mourning Cioods, Embroideries, Scrcge de Laines, Summer Dress Silks, . Linen Lustres, Valencia, Foulard Silks, Marseilles, Lawn Rubes, Organdie Robes, Grenadines, Cballios, Counterpanes, Napkins, Dovlios, Damask Cloths, Rudling, Edgiii)is, Moreens, Flannels, Lace Veils, Cotton hheetings, Dress Ruttons and Trimmings, a handsome assort ment, all new. Pomicu and Ribbons, Misses' and Children Flats aud Hats, Parasols, the nowest and richest out ; Shawls every description, Mantillas aud Raglans: please call and examine for purchasing elsewhere. Fisal Fisul A good supply of all kinds oon stantlj kept oo band at our store. ljTProdace taken in exchange for goods. A. U. WILLIAMS & BRO. 3ud door Iron the post tffiec. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. of be AND ARRIVAL o r SPR.Ntt AND SUMMER GOODS I A T "HEAD QUARTEIISI" PERRYSBURG, OHIO. My stock is new and well selected and embrace the best, latest ud cheapest styles of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY G00DS ALL GOING, GOINO CHEAP F 0 II CASH! CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VKSTINUS, HATS AND CAPS. AH of the latest and Tory best fabric. BOOTS AND SHOES, and CLOTU1NG MADE TO ORDER on short notice and WARRANTED TO FIT. A GOOD ASSORTMENT 9T GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, always on hand. I am reoeiTing this spring the largest stock of GROCERIES rer brought to this city, which I intend to SELL VERY LOW FOR CASH. FLOURi keep on hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOCR, which always gives the very best satisfaction. COFFEES! Java, San toss and Rio. TEA: Imperial, Black and Toung Hyson. bt'OARS: Crashed, CoSee Sr, Commoa to Prime. TOBACCOS: All kinds from Twist to the finest Cavendish. In thort, every thing usually kept in a wholesale and retail dry goods and grocery star. The Highest Market Price IX CASH OR TRADE, Paid for produce of all kinds. NOTICE. Fcrsons bringing in Cora will Uk aotie that it mnst be first thoroughly cleaned. Tk. I'Cniiu TT.M.htin" id n AAlvin ... , . regularly si the Ferrysborg Dock. WM. HOUSTON.