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XEIA, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1864.
Ko 44 Vol. I. XENIA ott1 ivrnn ,TTOT She &nct ff g n 1 i i! e tj 1KLIB EVERT TCESDAT JfORinXQ IT tli 'SV.' Bro'wn, VDITOE AXD PROPRIETOR. 3 TBs.' : TWO BOLLARS per year, in advance (irtlcT: Barr Building, opposite the Cenrt flooae, Slain street, Xenia, Ohio. Rates -of- Advertising: On square, bne Insertion - . . 50 " " month . ' . . f l 23 -u - w year ;.- -i . . . -4 00 Cne-Yourii column one year .'' . t-3 69 " half " " " . . . . 45 00 -.. 80 00 Advertisements of a transient character, must be faid for in advance. Kotices of Marriages and Deaths, free. Vutc' in the Local Department tea cent per Euinea Cardi, fire dollars per year. PROFESSIONAL. G. L." Paine, D. D. L., Dentiit. Office 'on sonrh side Main street, over Fatuio'j Drug Slr. Office hoSrs from 8 A.M. to L2 1L, troiA t 1'. M. W S P. M. Xenia, Ohio. H. D6ATCn. 1- A. SEXTOS. Gatch & Sexton, Attnrner? and Counsellors at Linv. Office in traa's Euu ng, Surth-wesl corn.r of Main and ltrsu Smelt, weit of the Court Houc, .Xeuia, Ohio. . ( . 'P. Haves, x Attorney at.Iaw. OFFICT. aoetid floor, Barr BuiWing, op posite Csa iieuse, Mai Street, Xenia, 0., no-itS-ly. R. S. FINLEY, M. D." EMertic Phvmciam. OfiSce and residence, east Mala street, Xenia, Ohio. t i JOftlf C.'KYLE, M. D., Phynuiaa and Rnrjean. 0I5ce and residence X". i eatit Second street, Xenia, Ohio. i Professional calls promptly ansvcreL RrPARTINGTON, Attorney at Lair, and au ..r u .: ii ; i i l r. tt,. rv.l fcpwn Ml fratijons.nrt art (Klier kiutls et X-ihtarj cUiins na.iD8 the United fc'bvte. Ci&c over Morft A Antirev'd vluiU't&g sure, JLain ttret, K. SIMON'S.' A. M KLROr. Simons &. McElroy, AttfrmT nnd eaBellare t Law, Paxton, Ford tvnntr. Ii;intif. ft'c ril five irmfr attw.tio, to nil r prfe? iuyal busloads. Alu, V the pnyraentof taxes, and tlie tturchne ind. Mile f Real Estate. W hare fur sae Yaluable tracts of la ads ia this and adjuininz cuntirg. ' . H'FUCli UV COt'UI HOUSE- BUGITJESS. C. Schilling, ptaaufactiror of Kn Carpet. All ardors promptly twnde lo.atd all work vrarrnntcdto give satistuc tioa. Cn.?h paid for cwpet r&g. Second street, ppotie Ware Housa, Xenia, 0. 2L-ly. L. Xiunoi.S. JSO. A. BLACK. Nichols & Black, Wb-Wtaf and rtail denltfra in Furni?hinj; Goods, tsd Kf''v Made Clotbia. Oppositti the Court Iieuse, Xenia, Oliia. 19-ly Chamberlain & Son, Dealera' in knot, shoes, hats, caps ic. Ne. 13 Vain slreev Ohio. 1 9-ly. Y. H. Wilson, Wboletaslft ;ad retail dealer ia Croceriey. Main tract, opposite the Ewiag House, Xeuia, 0. lU-lj. 'John Sane, lUat and shoe store. " Wor of all kinds pnt np to rdfsr. "Mending doae in short notice. Ail work fnrruted. One door aet or Beal s shop, Main mtt, Xwiia, 0. ID ly. Isaac Worden, Urt-t ttV ' Kswes, Iwsfgirs and carriages a fHd enof iy always on hac. Omnibus line run inf rpnlar!y to all trains. Uivling Uonje stable, Xania, 0. . 1 lj- J. U. lEELARS. II. . COOK. ' ISellars &. Cook, Hnase earpenters and Jtiners. Ready at all ;mes to da work in their line, with dispatch, at 'ow rata, and in good style.. Shop, west Scion. 1 str t, iCBUO. t m . : . ... .- t 19 lj . - A. WICKERSHAI1, WITS GEO. A. "DIXON, DEALER IV "OEEIGN 'AND EOHESTIC "'jDis.r GOODS, v.'23 Third SU Dayton, O. s- CLIFTON ROUSE. TJorner of Siythani Elm Street - . - h . . The ttbov House, baring been newly furn iaheU nd fittoj up, is now open for the nc cmmodation of the traveling public. (juests Tisiling the city, either on bn.iiiiess or pleasure, will find the tUt'TUX HOUSE pleasantly located, am convenient to the bua inei! part of the city. The Proprietors desire, by close attention to business, to merit the patronage of the public. . ' When you visit the city, please give us a tslU ' ; .... t wM.GAnnisox, oo. w. r.Row-v, I'rupricturs. ' i ! I t i i ! on ' I H. - mT3; I:IDES TS &c' B. HE.WXLUER. A. BKOSMER. ' . . , . . irpuE uxdeesigj. ton., entered artaerSaip in the butchering business, yropose top tarry en a" T f t-f' L Tf f x, Daily Meat. Market, J 1 At tLe otS stand of John A-aiu-ob?, DETROITSTBEfiT, XZSIA, OEIO.- Tf. are prepared to fanb,.t .11 att, fh. of FRESH MEATS 'AT LIVING PRICES, JEJZF ' The best quality of rOKK' 'VEAL, Etc., Etc. Always on hand, and for salo at the lewest market Sjures. I N. B. Farmers having FAT CATTLE to dis pose of, will always find a sale for them by calling ! us. .HEKSEGER & BROSHER. Xenia, January 25, 1S6-L nolOtf Farmers' and Citizens' DIHHSG SALOO.I,;0 In Ban Building, opp. Court Eouse, FRESH BALTIMORE' ALTATS OS HAXD, AJTD SERVED UP IX ! THE LATEST AXI EEST STYLE. All ltintls of CrV3IE " IX ITS PROPER SEASON. tllALS SESYEDUP AT ALL H0UES, ACCORDINO TO ORDER, AND THE .... BEST TnE MARKET AFFORDS. CJll AXS DEE. A. SURE CUBE ; PILES. A Certain Remedy. E VERTDODY is being enrel of this distrcssin'- dtse:ise bv the use of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy. Hend what a sufferer snys i Sir. J. P Haxnrdff, 161 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohirt, snys he has bean adrea'lful suffrerwith Piles for a Ion; time, and has tried nearly everything, and conid obtain no relief. He used about one fourth of a pj of Ir. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it made eojiipleto cure. Ho advices every one who is suffering to try it. iId by all Drus,'ift8. oQ cents per pot. Mnnn f iciiired at Xo. 6 Est Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0. Ask fur Strioklan-dV; Pile IteTn.edy nolily BROADWAY HOTEL, Corner, Broadway and Second Street. CINCINNATI, OIIIQ. M. LK'KNL'LL & Ctf., - rropriclors I I ! : i j j , i I , ! j ! ; : ! ! i ; Is a i . to j ; j 2 2 yE M OISTERojBGiS PIoi'J ESusic.'Itt SO.NGS. Beautiful Leaves, Kemember the Hour wLen Sadly, Loved that Dear Old Flag, CTS. SO JO 25 25 30 Kissing Through the tsars, King Cotton, ger, not uarung, mj My Country so Dear, Linger, not Darling", Never Despond, 25 60 25 25 Our Country and Flag, Shall WpMppt AfTriin. They Pray for Us at Home, Ihe Nation bhall not Die, Tread Lightly where the Hero Sleeps, rf qt 10 50 50 ?s -lr 40 40 40 25 Camille Polka, i' General Sigel s March, lincoln Quickstep, Monitor Grand March, Nun'a- Prayer, Tronipettes du Eegiment, Polka, AVyouiing Waltz, I?. Ilai-ris &, Co., Booksellers and Music Dealers. UH1 X JL Vj' J ASk. VJ ANNUALS, WRITING DESKS, ALBUMS, A FIXE ASSORTMENT AT IIRAIIIS & CO.'S. AT You will find one of the largest and best selected stocks of CIGABS that can be found in this State. FINE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO Of the choicest brands. CIGARS of my own manufacture constantly on hand. The best quality of xTJsnsrx k: i isi- 3t ice: always in store, and for sale cheap. 131 F Of every variety and style, from the Clay tilt Meerschaum. CIGAR-HOLDERS. In fact, everything to be found in a first-olass tobacco house, will be kept on hand, and for sale Very cheap. Give me a call, and satisfy yourselves A. HERRIT, Tobacconist, Main street, 2 doors east of Tost Office, Xenia. Ohio. no7 AND STRICKL4ND'S Anti-ColeraT Mixture, a composition of astringents, absorbents, stimu lants and carminatives, which every physician ac knowledges is the only preparation that will effect permanent cure of Diarrhoea and Dysontry. This Anti-Oolcra Mixture is now in use in several of our army hospitals where it gives tho greatest satisfac : tion. It has saved the lives of thousands of our soldiers and citizens, and we will guarantee it to be the best remedy in the world for Diarrhoea and Dysentry. Mr. Woods, of Govington, Kr, will bo mnat happy satisfy any ono as to the virtue of Strickland's Anti-Gholura Mixture ; in fact wc have a great Buajd bcr of testimonials from patients who havo been cured after being pronounced incuraLle by their puysictans, some aiicr Hieing only one ligltlo oi Stricklands Anti-colera Mixture. If any one suffor with Diarrhoea and Dvsentry try one bottle. SOLDIERS I o.a ought rot uj be wittiout sivh a valuable mcd icine. The Cincinnati National Vnion, of April (h ays, that thousands of onr soldiers have been FHvesd y the useol'Slrifkland's Anti-colcra Mixture, For fiil by Druggist at jt) cents per bottle, 0 EJasl 4th St., liiuiinuali 0. .Uonorl Depo. nta gnthtl SETfl Tf. EHQWX, Editor. ' i : ! Tuesdav. Sept. SO, 18 G4, I I The Wedding. O Summer dayysbake down ycttr ITgEt, And flood the chancel where tbey wed ! Come, summer night, with moon awl star, Tour softer splendors softlicr shed ! j O summer surf of summer sea, j Fill all the night with low replies f j Come wandering winds from wanderlrjr waves, ' And breathe tbeir drowsy melodies ! 0 summer dawn, all tenderly With amber fires break up the night ! Come tardily, O summer sun, And blush to bring thy ruder light. O summer month with fiercer heat Choke down the cannon's warring words! Come, murmuring maize, and whispering wheat, And peaceful flutes of summer birds! O summer seasons long delayed, Nurse choicer fires in yonder biue ! Come, fruitful years ! Hence, grief and te-ars ! 6od bless the beautiful and true ! i j Mr. Nasby Endorses the Nomination. Chchch tjv tiie Noo Dispensasiien. ") Sept. 1. 1864. Glory ? MickLcllan, the nashun's pride, is nominated! Bein a orthodox Dimo Crat, the nominashen soota ine 1 Notn inashens alluz soots orthodox Dimekrats! In 30 years experience I never knew a nominashen that dident. ' Me and my Church wuz Pee e. We wuz for Suthern Rites. We wuz oppos ed to drafts and had purchasfc revolvers Therl the incomparible MickLellan wuz not onr fust choise. The fact is, the grate George wuz a war man wunst, and wuz the original iaventoruv Drafts, which don't make him ez acceptable to us ez he mite be. But thers a excoose for hiua. The Dimocrisy must bare in mind that the unforohnit man bed sunk sum So, 000 ablishnists sum wher about Rich mond, and ez he knew uv the prcjoodis existin agin voluntecrin under him, he insistid on hevia uv em brot ia by draft. It wuzall duo for the benefit uv the Dim ocrisy, becoz: Dimocrats drafiid wood resist or run to Knnady the aboKshnists wood go, and, halleloogy! but few uv em wood ever return. Oa receet uv the news I immejitly called aiy flock together, announst it to cm, and giv-em the fo!lcring brcef bio graphical schetch uv our candidate ez follows: George B. MickLellan woz born uv rich but honist parence, sumwhere, in the yeer 18 . (I luv aeeoorasy.) The nationality uv his pttrence I am not shoor uv, but from tha fact that all the bitter old Kno Nothins is a supportin him, I shood think he waz uv Irish ex traction. His great pint wuz Promptnis and Decision uv Karicter, and these quality displayed itself at a erly period. It is on rekoid in the arkives uv the family, that be cried immejitly after he wuz bornded, and comtuenst nur.sin with in a hour. He wuz remarkable at skool fer the same quality. No sooner did the clock strike noon than young George wood promptly leeve the house. The fuehur General wuz foreshadderd in the skill with which he robbed melon patch es. He made relar approaches, wich were skillful, but his retrtets wut mag nifisent. He cood change his base bootif ful shiftin from melon patchis to orch ards witch neetois and dispateh. Anoth er peekooliarity uv young George shows how troo U the saying that the child is father uv the man." Wile George cood alluz very elaboritly stratejise hisself in2 a melon putch or orchard, ho never stra tcjistd hisself out with any melons or apples. lie wuz elikatid at West Tint, and wuz finally made Persideat uv the Ohio and Jississippy Ilalerode. Here his Decishun again bliowcd itself. He con seeved the bold ijee nv gravelin the road, wun mornin 31 miuti;s past 11. Wun yeer frum that time he announst to the Drektors that 17 labrers andaa ekal num ber uv whcelbarrers lied bin prokoored, and ho wuz bizzy, at that time, perfectia after a plan fer organizinuem. 2 months he announst his plan perfected and that operations bed commenet on a gravol p t 4 days uv brilyantly successful work fel lered, when he announst that he wuz ob leeged to suspend operations, that 5 whtelbarrers wuz broke, and 7 labrers bed the diarrear. He wood re orginize promptly, and proceed. Re-organizin this forse and Derf'ectin a new plen uv ap proach only okepied 8 months, and the work wood hev bin commenst by this time, had not the war broko out. The pay uv the Federal Guvment bein I.rger and ntore surer thau the Confedracy, he relintjuisht Ralerodin and entered the Fedral serviss. His military career is knowd by all on us. Suffice it 2 say that no General wuz ever so beluvd Suuth and so hated North, wich wuz wat prokoord his nominashen. Sich, my bretliern is our eandiate. Let us all sink our piejoodisis, and elect him. The platform on wich ho stands I ; endorse with, my whulo hart. I h event read it yet, but it must be good, Icr v ai landvgum made it. Tho Pos-t OiGses, the Treasury, for wich wo hcv bin wait- ing 4 long, dreery ycrcs, is within our ; rcech. Lt us, my brecthiin, go in and ! win. The chooiiu lor me will now coui ' menso. to of in by of of on to a A eolekshrra wuz taken up to defray expeosis uv the campane. S3 wuz re ! elized, wich paid over to me. I sliel pro- bably appcre on the stump in a new pan PETROLEUM V. NASBY PETROLEUM V. NASBY Paster uv sed church, in charge. The Manner of Morgan's Death. In the Knoxville Whirr of the 7th, Brownlow gives the following sketch of the "lifer and public services of Joha Morgan : John Morgan is no more ! And when ht died a thies and coward expired ! Ke was killed in Mrs Williams' back yard or cabbage patch,, t kulking from danger. He was shot through the heart by Andrew Campbell of Co. G, 13th Tennessee Cav alry, whil trying to escape. There should be a salute fired front of every horse stab!e in the land in hone of his death T And all the fine horses and mules should be notified that they may ow repose in quiet at niglt, and graze in peae in the day time. Morgan leaves a large amouot of gcil and greenbacks, cotton and real estate, the proceeds of his thieving exploits, re- suiting from untold murders and robber ies, through a space ot three years. V ho his legal heir is will be difficult to settle. His first wife was the sister of Col. Bruce of Kentucky. She died in Lexington frvin the neglect and bad treatment of her de based, gambling arid theiving husband. His second wife is'the negro wench he had with him during his residence in this city. Sne is ia Kentucky. His third wife is daughter of Chas. llsady of Murfrees boro, and she is at Abingdon in Virgiuia. Our own opinion is, that the negro wench has the oldest claim upon Lis estate, but we leave this grave question of law to be settled in the Confederate Cuurts, or by special act of Corigre-s. Gen. Gillam is in our town, and brought with him eiglity-six of Morgan's men, on Monday evening, whom we saw turned over the jail we were once an inmate of. Some of them were bare-footed and bare headed and bare-backed. All looked dir ty and mean, as though they were fit sub jects to be commanded by a common horse thief. Capt. Withers, of Covington, A. A. G., Capt. Clay, of Lexington, son of Thos. II. Clay, and three others of Morgan's staff, are among the prisoners. Young Clay is pretending to be sick, so as to cheat our authorities .ia paroling him to the privilege of the town. We are informed that the racmbsrs of Morgan's staff were captured in a "potato hole, in a back yarl in Greenville a sort place where potatoes and cabbaga have been buried. Gallant knights, these. I ! j ! j i White Paper. The scarcity of material for manufac turing paper and tho consequent high price of the m tnufactured article, is tell iug seriously on the publishing interests this eouutry. Several of the smaller newspapers have succumbed to prossure and gone out of existence, and there is not a newspaper iu the land that is not straitened in circumstances the enormous increase in cost of ma terial. The scarcity and high price of paper will also bear heavily on book publishers and threaten to put a stop to their opera tions. A large number of works an nounced for immediate issue months since have not yet seen the light, and the pub lication of them is indefinitely postponed from the certantly that they can only be issued at a loss, even if the paper can be obtained on which to print them. Numerous attempts to supply the place rags in the manufacture of paper have been made with but partial success. The Commissioner of Agriculture at Wa.-h-ington, now annouaccs the receipt of handsome specimens of paper manufac tured in Australia front corn husk?, and invites the examination of the article. Should this substitute for rags be found practicable, there is an endless fi Id of supply iu the vast corn land of the West. Misery loves company, and it may af ford the sufferers by the rag famine in this country a miserable consolation to know that our English cousins are also suffering from a similar cause. Tho pa per manufacture of Great Britain em ploys about thirty-five millions of dollars, and gives work to about one huudred persons. The whole trade is languish ing from the scarcity of rags, the eupply which is far inadequate to the de mand. Nearly all the rags used in the Biitish milJs are brought from the conti nent. The countrirs from which the supplies have hitherto been mainly ob tained have imposed heavy export duties rags, the eficct cf whii h has leca to lessen the supply to the British market, and increase the price of British made paper. But the import duties on foreign paper having been remove I by the Brit ish Government, the market is supplied with cheap French and Belaing piper, the rnin of the paper manufacturing interests of Great Britain, though t. the partial relief of the consumers. Cleve land Herald. 1 Self-Reliance. The succe;s of individuals in life is greatly owing to their early learning to depend upon their owu resources. Mon ey, or the expectation of it by inheritance, has ruiued more men than tho want of it ever did. Teach yonngmen to rely upon their own efforts, to be frugal aud indus trious, and you have furnished them with productive capital which no man can ever wrest from them. God lias two dwelling places: one in heaven, the other iu a mock aud thankful heart. The Confederate Convention. The Chicago Convention, in view of the deligbt of the rebtls over it, and" of its "neglect" to resolve against rebellion, may justly be called the Confederate Conveu - turn of Democracy. The New York Itmesiustly savs; It is curious to sec what an interest this Conv ar;n ,.,-, . j . vention excites in Richmond. One would suppose from the lan-rua-re of the rebel journals, that the Chieao Conven - tion was as much ai affair of their own as was that of Charleston. The Whi lec - tures the body on its "mighty responsi- bility -or war.'; tyliog it "the arbiter of peace It declares that "the Fremjnt faction must be judiciously manipulated" platform that "common hostility to Lin-' nnln ia all that, ia WTintf.T " Tha S.jnfi- net eongratulates itself that "the Chi- cago Convention will throw; its apples of discord into tne already distracted and diteoydorsrt jacks . of tb North:" looks t see it "impedev thwart or ambarrass tbe plans and purposes of the War party oi' the North," and exu!t3 in the belief! that "at no time daring the war have we std on such high vantage ground ; and 3t nt time have we had such good rea son to insist on all we have ever a.ked untvammeled, unconditional independ ence." The Examiner make frea to say that if Early can only beat Sheridan in the valley, "we shall probably see thor ough Peace President nominated at Chi cago." The Dispatch is not hopeful, nJ thinks that nothing will come of what is dor.e at Chicago,except there ho "reverses to the Yankees within the next two months. These alone can checkmate Lin- coin, and weaken his Land, which is quite strong in comparison with the frantic or ganization led by the ridiculous Fremont aud the Democratic party, broken in two by the peace and war divisions." Not - withstanding the strong temptation to give the 1 eace party at Chicago a lift all the rebel journals are very careful to keep i p j i - . 4 clear of any declaration, or even intim i- tion, that any peace, not involving a sep aration, is possible. Peace, with them, is simply equivaLtnt to "unconditioni.1 indc pendeuce. Amusing Proverbs About Women. Ladies will sooner pardon want of sense than want of manners. Bare walls make gadding housewives. You may know a foolish woman by her fi nery. Women arc wise on a sudden, fools on pre meditation. Beauty will bny no beef. Many blame their wife fortheirown thrift less life. Trettiness makes no pottage. While the tall maid is stooping the little one has swept the house. Women laugh when they can, and weep when they will. Beauty in woman is like the flower in spring but virtue is like the star of heaven. Women grown bad are worse than men; be- cause the corruption of the best turns to the nS . . . t. . t . lseauties without fortunes have sweeb-hearts plenty, but husbands not at all. Beauty is no inheritance. Firc dresses the meat, and not & smart lass. Far-fetched, and dear-bought, is good for the ladies. Three women and a goose make a market. There is many a good wife that can't sing and dance well. The society of ladies is a school of polite- The rich widow cries with one eye and re joices with the other. He that tells his wife news is but newly married. Xeit to no wife a good wife is best. Xo woman is ugly when she is dressed. She that is born a beauty is half married. She that hath an ill husband shows it in her dress. Saith Solomon the Wise, "A good wife U a good prize." She who is born handsome is born marri ed. Who has a bad wife has purgatory for a neighbor. The cunning wifo makes her husband her apron. Tho more women look in their glasses, the less they look to their houses. He who wishes to chastise a fool, get him a wife. All are good lasses; but where come the ill wives from? Choose a wife rather by your ear than your eye. There is one good wife in the country and every man thinks he hatn ncr. There is no mischief in the world done but a woman is always one. Idle Girls. The number of idle and useless girls in all our large cities seems to be steadily ' They lounge or sleep throu-h j morning, parade the streets during tha j afternoon and assemble in frivolous com- ; panics of their own and other fex to pass ; away their evenings. What a store of j unhar.pincss tor themselves ona otners are they laying up for the coming time, when real responsibilities shall be thoughtlessly assumed ! They are skilled in no demesne nay, they dispise them; have no j , "U"8,,JU1 ""lc lul "'u'-' hat will they be ns wives and mothers ? Alas for the- husband and children, and alas for themselves. Who can wonder , u uu.u- .v, ..u..K,..v. ; follows It .. one of ho wor ds oldest . mixims that idleness is the mother of all evil and wretchedness. In dealing with cunning person., says ! Lord Bacon, we mut ever consider their ends to interpret their speeches; and it is I good to say little to them, .nd that which least look for. J Thf grain is God's bouuty aud tie owcrs arc his smiles. Why Didn't They? ! I : i : ' The Democrats tell us that this war c-,m-be stopped by compromise, and j that if they get into power they will 1 mate peace in that way. Let the j peope remeraber they once had tho I . , , tv-. i:i t. 1. T.r r 1 " uv uiu nicy uui. ji; jjctore Dir. T J , r , i . I nco n was inau -uratea tney riau ua ; President Uucftanan taey Had ft . majority m ine I ivten cartes a 1 with Toombs, Davis. Clay. jCrighk- Bider, Lane, aaal all those iea who. ! r- now so axio8 5e h it. ! and vet thev did. boA Mwrise. j They had a iafl.ritT in tBe Unit el States Congress, and why didn't they make pa.ee? Peaee- euld have- bee easier made then than now. Only .a few forts and arsenals had been takea ; by the rebels, and the North had no nrecl a hostile gun, and why in the j name of all the prayers they arc now - sending up for peace, didn't they compromise and make a peace, tlwHa?" Will some of the "pious"' peace men inform the people I - - - Good Reading for Everybody. : cotrj as agent for the Chinese Government, with the rank of Man increasing. dann, to purchase machinery of var the iou i kings for introduction into China, the "Celestials"' having concluded that they can learn something useful of "outside barbarians." Ashes carelessly thrown from a to duties tacco pipo oecasicnoj a conflarration Inst week, which swept 4,000 acres of tt.i' 11 ,r i vi ,Lf0n" I.slanJ bnre of erjth.ng like llfe aml FPrty- A aNcw ioi'K in.iy wis mreu .nrco mcn to.S l for her since hostilities commenced, die J of hydrophobia in Mid tl.cy . , r. i . i i dlctown Ct., last week, having assis- The following pithy and forcible paragraphs, -richly deserving every man's reading, ?re from the Albany Journal: There are but two parties that eaa make peace. The party headed by Yallandigham and X. I. Seymour, because they will give the rebels what they ask, independence; and the party headed by Grant and Sherman, : because they will compel them to. 1 grant what we ask, Union. , Democracy says peace ean only be , oUainftd b Jmi The gJouth ! -n x. 3 say they will not except we concede i xl J . r . C , i the right of secession. But the Dem ocracy, nevertheless, insist on an ar mistice. What do they mean? The rebels say they will not ' have peace except on the basis of indepen dence. Democracy sayi peace ia at tainable, and blamo Lincoln', for not obtaining it. Therefore they blame him for not letting the South go. Democracy says the Uniou caiuiofc be restored by war. The South, say it cannot be restored through psace. Both are wrong. Teace and Union -can only be restored through was. " The Democracy blame Lincoln for not negotiating. The rebels will not ne gotiate until the right of secession is acknowledged. There, the Democra cy blame Lincoln for not acknowledge . ing the right of secession. The Democracy says the Soatili was. driven out of the Union. Vice Pres ident Stephens says thcr were tnt. They had their way in every thtngi. and ! did not secede on account of atrjrtea- lr ... , , , , e siOTis. e think he knows besK j l'e South say they want ' iadepert- j dence. Democracy says they d act; I they want slavery. " We think, tha j South know what they want. I he bouth say they will retura te the LTnion when forced to aatl aoi be-, fore. War, therefore, becomes the road to Peace and Union. The rebels will not negotiate aiJ the right of secession is ackao,wleli on r . I -Liie democracy say we must ezo- tiate any how. Their meaatmr is plain. When the United States .Gorera ment called upon the United. States National Guard to rally round the flag for the period of one hundred days, many of the commissioned officers therein,while being intelligent in 6c-me things were decidedly green ia the mysteries of the military. The Forty ninth Ohio National Guard, comman ded by Colonel De Wolf, were order ed to report at Johnson's Island. One of the companies, upon disembarking, wm ordered to fall in and march off by their captain, who did not know a I single command, in thi3 wiso : j "Choose partners, gentlemen.' get in two rows, and march endways, as yon did yesterday.' Young Wing, a Chinaman, who graduated at Yale College, ten years as:o, with distinction, has arrived m C3 a iucnmonu letter writer, per m- t teJ j, , hfl ft i 1 .j., J , in, "W of ?l,a00, a?d PV wees ior uoaru, r.nu ?i,uvu lora sun of clothes. .i ..1. n. i,nf i.h.I T.a.,i ll.l III nniuiim: u iimv fciiub uuu bitten by u mad do.