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V ! 1 j Villi.1 lad every wrrK Vy an ;;tH d;ition of prir.tcrr .1.31. I'HOM AGKM, .!. 15. IlOLCO.Mli, V. CAttSEKUiHUI, II. T. LrlYMAN, "W'i n ohostcr: Saturday Morning, Aug. 16th. WurlSctu'ccn i:iil;iiil:niI.T;iiKiEi. The late, foreign news inform us of the threatening aspect of nil airs between England and Japan, growing; out of ademand made by the I'lnglhh authorities, upon thoxj of Japan lor satisfaction for the murder of English f.; Meets in the la t tor countrr. .Matters por tend annmual to anus. Shou!d war between tho.e countries oeeur, it v. ill be a tine opportu :.itv for our Government to displav and prac--.ieally illustrate Engli.-di neutrality, s.s shown bv her in the present :r between the North and frouth. it might he found convenient to open our .-hip-yard; to the Jr.panf, and, pos billy, under the peculiar garb of the people of .Japan, our country evuld produce jack tar.i 1 . ld and rookies enough ton.an sou-nil priva teers tlying the peculiar colors of that peculiar 1 eerde. Erglhh commerce, the greatest Mtuivo of llcr 3I;ii : '. v's wealth, would be the natural prov of .such vcs-.d, while the eoa-t of Cali fornia oilers near a:. J i-afe port, into sh:eh prices could he run and dispo.-ed cl'. Verily, .sin eld war occur between those two powers :.r.d it is imminent -England ha e-iabli.-lu-d a kul precedent in neutrality. Itclalintion in kind by our Government i about t !.o only policy to adopt, under Mich cireuni.-laiices, to hhow England that America, though dis tracted by civil war, i- vol a power among the nations, and capable, notwitl standing, of re dressing, su- in former tim s, the wrongs done T.cr bv the motlu r CMiimrv. ei2. 32 cade' iksi;;n:it((ii. It is rumond that (Jen. .Mi-iADt intend-, or ; tendered hi- resignation of th.' command of the Army of the Potomac. There is an unaccountable totality attending the com mander of that army, which .sorely puzzles ft i.e. people r.t large. It seems that apolitical condemnation, altaebos to the man who accepts ti.a' pa-it ion, no matter wliat hh .-lauding pie-"viou-dy. (Jen-, C. K. Warren and lanks are uov talked of for coimimndor.s of the Atmv of t!;e Potomac, in ea.-c Meade'.- resignation i., a pted. ISi'iiort of Uraut'tt Opeaion, The rep-'ri of Grant's op orations from t!ie d;i he. :t.---;mtd command f tlm expedition gainst Yieh.-burg to the ..urrendor of the : ame. is published ;:i the Ollieial ''..:.-: tic. lie Mcvs from observation of the mv-'-at Yolun tcer nrinv of tin.' Cuitcd State there is nolh-ir.'.- called for men to do that an accomplished udept car ii't hof'uiel for the duty required, i I o ciros(. ; thank- for the goe.,j forttrne in l .nng placed in co-operation with Admiral 'Porter, who exhibited Kich intercat in the work, and with heart v and oneretio suptiort, and showed the irivateht road in os-, U nerform i ... ' . ' i :ul tnat-was to be uune, no matter wliat risk to be- taken. Last week we issued some o,000 copies of Hie l.ullctin, but that amount did not supply tiie dui.and by half, not having a sin gle copy left to send to our own fric-nd jfay Tho night police of Pittsburg are on a t?l riUo for higher wages, and have not betn on duty for several days past. The consequence of this hs an alarming increase in all hinds of rowd ism, robbery, and crime. On Monday night thirteen knoek-dows and highway rob bench occurred, besides a number of hotels Attacked with paving stones, and many ghiss fronts smashed in. The saturnalia M" rowdy ism continued throughout tho night, but only one arrest was made. Quite a number ot mer chants and others have "mpl'oyt-d private watchmen to guard their property, paying them as high as foiir dollars a niglu. Loii- vilU' J'.iunuji. Till: IM.UN1)KK; From tho Indianapolis Journal. Tliu prisoners of Morgan's force in Camp Morton have boon' compelled to disgorge the money they stole during their raid, and we picsumc it will lie handed over lo (Jen. IJurnsidc to dis tribute among the citizens ol Ohio and this Suite who have been plundered. We did not learn what amount had been obtained, but as nearly every man 'A-Wpcde on a strike for higher wag-, hlU''X J!rcll' torsidcrablo pile it wil i,d have not been otl dutv for several JaJ good way toward repai. !.;.,!- .m,. ninr l'o robberies. In sonic eases , . . however, we heard Mc prisoners, alter s nfe f 1,!,h,' ar forced 10 n x they learned they were to bo made to lii,V!Uldnitt00- surrender their" plunder, gave their Kcniiirky lIortio'iis-Tlic ksh ! 'J)011, or a ortio:i of it, to tho sol- Tho Frankfort Co.nwuccaHh of Moiuhu d!erSI(1! K":l.rd' vn'"X that they ..n., . j should have it to letting it get into the , . ... 4, 4 I hands of the authorities. One man. lv an arrangement with the eounfv court . , , , , ,A ,. , , ,, clerks of tho State, to furnih u. an ollieial ist " J' told , had a 10 -greenbac k of votes cast in their respective counties, we b'd m the bowl ot his pipe. No doubt have thus far, hern enabled to publish th.-: a good many have managed to S.iVo returns 'roiv.jif,H-i,,f c.Msntie In these j feoniethini?. but it will be 'Of at some counties Judgo Hrandette has nveivoi 4'MZ j timc or Sihcv, votes and .Mr. A lekhrle 2,'. .-howin a , . . ' , majority for Judge Pramhtte of ."J 1T4 vou-s. 1 .A.1UOn- 1k Pr,:J ")mv wns 0n.L' foin.uI 1 liere are yd oJcoiu ties, to he lieard from. ! u u" ;i paroic iroin icnerai -Miiroy in whieh will increase Pramlette's majority from j his pocket, which was still undisuharg Jo t o.-.njmrt vote.. We trust therJbel .sympa-1 cd. When the paper was tirst ioiuid th,.ers in old Kentucky will he contented tor ! un;l before it was opened, ho urko ' a time, at lea.-t. ! . . , , . '. .... I ..un assumeu inaiiiereisce, i.uu it should be returned, as it was only a nolo of hand which he held ng.iii;t j friend, and he didn't want to lo.-e it. j T he examining ollicer s:iid, '-Then it j will make no diil'ereiu-e if we look at it. ' j The prisoner when he found himsel! j caught in the lalal net of a violaud paio'e, tried to got out by saying that tit was the parole of a fiiend with The following are the members of Cor.grv elected : District Lueian Anderson, I nion. (leo. II. Veauian, I "nion. Henry (Jridec, Union. Aaron Harding, I'libm. Kohert Maliory, Union, (treen Clay Smith. Union. JirutiH J . Ciav, Union. ;id tth oth cth 7th Sth 1 1 ( IUi) Qll.,. I)BlAr.TM f'N'T CUMUKULANP, Win ,?!?; Tan., Aug. loth, 'Oo. (if.nkr r, Okdku.s, 1 No. 11)0. I. It is tin earnest desire of the General Commanding that all peaceful, as well as loyal, odtiz'.M.i of Tennessee should receive all po?s; :de protoctiou to "persons and jiroptrty; that they fhou'ld resume the exorcises of tlvn'r political-and civil rights, under the Constitu tion of Tennessee and of tho United State-. II. Since tin reh.d power has boon driven from Middle Tounossec, numbers of men have; left th dr army ; they, and. others sentte-r"I through tin ofe.ir:try, are in danger of h ing a-sernl-'e'd into lawless bands for theft, pillage and vi denje, under th j name of guerrilla warfare. To prevent th!-, whieh wou'd destroy the whol e.mntry, the (IcneralCvfvianding -ain-esdy warns all Mich persons not to engage in -r.ch a criminal course. If they wi.-h to o., p -e t'.e (hvcrr.:nent of tho Juited S'..: s, liny-must take. upon thcinselvrs the ur.ifcrm and suhj t tle-ui-elve- to the duties and r:--tricti''n; ' f r-gularlv organized rebel sillier. Iftiihen w: in 1 1 band bin th ) country subject to our cov-ga'.-e. roaming ;u individmos ':r itii other b'-igamO and 1 1 v i f - bv -tealii.g anl plundering, tin will be tr. a. -i a- s.ee- ( robbers, enemies of the huuean r:me, again-t v,.hoin it is tlie dutv of all, both military and civilians, to wage a war of ex'.er miuati II. Sinee it is for the salvation of 1 v i I si-, e:."fv. no pe! .-, n within the limits of this t-:u-uar.d wii. he cvmnted from the dutv of ng ;l.-dr tit Hi .st t.taoUs, to i'i;t :i .-ton to anv a; tempt i inaugurate a state ol plunder, isy':: :o Aiaoiuor invasion u ivcuitu'Ky, ! u-lo,m ho !,.,,! rh-mood . onls.n s'u.i i Wo this moring conversed wilii a j time since. Hut impiiry soon roveri'ed highly intelligent gentleman, a resident ' tho i'act that tlie name 'was his own", near Knoxviile, Ihtst Tennessee, who j lie will bo tried by court martial gave us some important information j now in session and will, in all prob in regard to anticipate! movements of j ability, be shot. the rebels during the approaching j Another prisoner is tho deserter autumn months. j f,.om om. ;ix ivgimont who joined lie states that he lias had many .e7t gan at Salem! 11 isr huueo for a opportunities, ic learn tho plans of Imr ; long life is i;oi a bright one. rebehs, and that he is convinced, from j A case of hearllevsnes that would positive information, that they design ; I,0 amusing, if it were not disgusting, invading Kentucky in large force, asiis related of one of the prisoners who.se soon as tho corn shall have become dry ! j:uher went out to the eanij) to ?ee enough to grind in to meal, and for j x'm with a pass from lien Hum-ide. feeding purposes. .The plan for this j may remark, by tho way, that no invasion, lie is satisfied, is fully 1 one is alowed in the camp on any matured, and Louisville is tho main j pretext, and it will bo of no use for point aimed at. Our in'formant says j uny body, without (Jenei al rurnides that the rebels are confident of their! to"aj)ply. The father, as s.jou as abillity, when llosecrans shall com-; ,0 v;uv hi Son, grasped him in his mence his movement in Georgia, to j arms, and with uncontrollable emot ion easily occupy that portion ot Kentucky ; heg-ged Irm to take tho oath cd' alle-i- and nmr.Ur, under tlie name of guerrilla w:.r .V.re. I n enforcing thi- duty the (ieneral C' nt mauding w ill fdlow the old rule of comm., a law, and h ud the inhabitants of each . al'.ty respor.sibl for the guerrilla warfare practiced in their mid-.!, and. unles- saii.-iied that ti.-.y have done their fell dutv and used tiodr nt- i West of the Kentucky' Kiver, as thev are jiromised assistance from sym pathizers, and do not doubt that it will be afforded. atice ami get his release. The hopeful voiing- scoundrel said "he'd be d d if ho would." Theohl man, with many in treaties, and all the earnestness ot' a mo.-! cl: ; t- to sto; it. will lav va:- country iunl i: .eider it i; r.t enable for robbers. 1 V.Veroaf-l inhabitants, without reg.-rd .. .. , -.... i . . - , j . to political symp.Oiiies, o.ong ctm..o ir.ter- e-tej in preventing the ruin of tiieir cemtry, a:ax eo'.mseled ami ( nb-iued to unite it; putting : final end to all lawb -- :md individual war fare, robbing and jdundering un. ler th r.ano of partisans and gu-rrilhis. To thi-; end th.y mut u-e all the ral :e. ihter.ee they can bring to hear, warning tie -e who threaten, milliclv denouncing the prac tiee, and giving ijio-rutation whi :h will lead to .'Uti-'U ol tiie ot .me.-, o: the j,; ami puni-hment of the offender. ') O O ' Thev will farther be the freeman's rigtt of i.ermittevl to rcsum, hearin r arni- in eif- We are fully convinced that this is father begging for a son's salvation, is. lif" Another good order from (Jen. Hose trrns will be lan d in thi.-: weeks issue. the rebel programme, as wo have had intimations frequently, from other sources to tho same ellect. Xew Albany Ledger, 1 S th. The moval oi'lxt. The Massachusetts papers jocular and religious, almost without exception, urge tho propriety a fall drafted ministers going to the war. They think the moral effect would be bitch as to reassuro and encourage "thousands of hesitating, doubting minds. They also urge wealthy young men v;ho are drawn io also go, tor the same effect. defence, whenever an 1 wherever the Military Coventor of tlie State and the Department Coi.ftiandcr de. m it practicable, without in volving the risk of their being oaptared and used against the Covormv.cnt. V. .VI oersor. nor i. toio: e :;ng wnn h, continued to urge him, but it was met by a resolute and even unkind refusal. At last the father's grief overcame him and he fainted. fl bo son turned away, , iti.e,H, are rciVrred u. General Ordem-fX and remarked as he stepped oil, uAever mind he'll soon get over it." rebellion and d.?irous of becoming pttble CiT" Why are coals and ambition alike' Because they both burn in a grate. JC-y" (ion. Toombs passed through Macon, (Ja., a few days ago, on his way to bis plantation in Southwestern Georgia. He remarked to one ot the clerks at tho Lrown House, speaking of tho high price of provisions, that where lie stopped tne uigni neiore toe 1 17s for the t u ui- upon whieh it will bo al loved. 1 Y CoVfAND 31 A.J. C.f.X. IlOsKCltAXS. f.-e."" Wn is everybody 's pantaloons too short". Because tiuir legs stick through them as much as two feet. '-Can you tell me, Billy, how it is that the Chanticleer always keeps . p( ,n ,,.,,,,1,1 lint nllnu- 1S una nil' naiuicieer annus iwers H'oniiotorot tho lu n -c w ouhl not allow - ! i i :i! m,,;i it-.o nt.4ii "is leathers so sleek and smooth' urn to settle his bill until no waaooiu ,o leave, alleging that provisions miglu o." ''U'ell, Cd tell you. lie to rise before morning. always carries his comb with him.' y . i '. M II