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EuFaMSsation of bounties ..
Tlui Mowing, is tho bill to eouali.e the bounties of soldiers and sailor who served in the Into war against tlio slave holders' -'rebellion, ah it finally passed bolli Houses ot Congress: Seo: ion 1. He it emtelcil, , That to aeh mid every soldier" who enlisted into the nnjiy of llio United States alter the I9lh ilay of April, 1801, fur h period of not lean than three yearn, ami having nerved his term of oulb.tiiieiit Inn been honorably discharged, and who has received, or is enlisted to receive, from the United Stales, under existing lawn, a bounty of ono hundred dollar.", und no more; and any such soldier enlisted for mrfl'jss than three years, who has been honorably discharged on account of wounds received in the lino of duty, and the widow, miiior children, or parents-, in the order named, of any such sol.lier who died in the service of the United Stales, or cf disease or wounds contract' id w hile in the soivice and in tho line of duty, shall be paid the additional bounty of ono hundred dollars hereby nulhor ' ized. Sec 2. That to each and every soldier who enlisted into the army ot the Unit ed States after the lUih of April, 1 SO I , during the rebellion, for i period of not less than two years, and tvho is not in cluded in the foregoing section and has bem honorably discharged therefrom after serving two years, and who has received or is entitled to receive from the United States, under existing laws, a bounty of tifiy dollars' and no more; any soldier enli ted for less than two years' who lias been honorably ili.-ehar-ged on account of woiin ls received in thu line of duty, and the widow, minor children or parents, in tho order named, ot any such soldier who died in thu service of the United States, or of disease or wounds contracted while in the service of the United States, and in the line of duty, shall bo paid tho additional bounty of fifty dollars hereby authorized; pro vided, thntany soldier who has bartered, told, assigned, transferred, loaned, ex changed or given away his final dis charge naiieis, or any interest in the bounty provided by this or any oilier act ot Congress, shall not bo entitled to receive any additional bounty whatever! and when application is made by any soldier for said bounty, ho shall he re quired, under llio pains and penalties of perjury, to make oath or iiHirmation id liis identity, and that ho has not so bartered, srld, assigned, transferred, exchanged, loaifrd or given away either his discharge papers or any interest in any bounty as aforesaid, and noc'aini for such bounty shall bo entertained by the Paymaster General or other aeeo'.in ting or disbursing officer, except upon voeeiptoftho claimant's dischargo pa pers, accompanied by tho statement under oath, as by this section provided, Section 3. And be it further' Cnuctcl, That in the payment of. tho additional herein provided lor, it shall be the duty of the Paymaster General, under such rules and regulations as may bo prescrib ed bv the Secretary ot War, to cause tc be examined the accounts of each and overy soldier who makes application therefor, and if found entitled thereto, pay said bounties. Section 'f. And be it further ewekd That in the reception, examination, set tlement and payment of claims for said additional bounty due tho widows or hoirs of deceased soldiers, tho aecoiin ting officers of tho Treasury shall bo governed bv ' restrictions prescribed for tho Paymaster General by tho Secretary of War, and thu payment shall be made in liko manner under tho direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. THE ATLANTIC CAULK. New Yokic, July 31. Mayor lloflman Las received tho following dispatch: "Heart's Content. July 28th, 18GG- To tho Mayor ot New York: May com merce flourish and peace and prosperity unite us. Signed, Mayor of London."- .Business messages are being transmit ted over the cable to ami from Europe. Tho latest London daks, to privato parties in this city up to this morning, woro to yesterday forenoon' Four thou-and words were transmit ted through tho cablo in Uvclvo hoars, on the 28lh instant. . Aspy Bay, July 31. Tho reply of tho President of tho United States to tho message of tko Queen of England, was received hero at I o'clock Monday alter noon, 30lh, and will b'e delivered to the Queen probably about two o'clock Tues day afternoon, Greenwich timo. IIkakt's Content, July 31 Tho At lanlio telegraph c.iblo is this day open for public business. Cvuus W Piki.i). New YonK, July 31. Tho following havo been fixed a tho rates for the Atlantic telegraph from any telegraph Station in America to any in Great Britain-, For Twenty words or loss, including tho address of sender and re eeivor, X'20 in gold: every addi tonal word, not exceeding five letters, 21 shillirtga sterling per word. From arao to samo in , Europe, 21 every additional word 21 shillings From same to samo in Africa, Asia or India, not exceeding in all 100 letters, J5 overy additional word 25 hilling!. Tliu letters in all words after the Ant twenty will bo counted and divi did by fivo; each fivo or fractional re mainder will bo charged as a word. Mes sages in cypher will bo charged double (be foregoing rates. Aspy Bay, July 31. 8;30 p. m - The Jntish gunboat Niger has arrived hero. Tho Superintendent of tho Newfound Ur.rl Telegraph line has arrived from 0ait' Content mid reports that the AtLutio oablu had boon in pevfeot wortc . t-ft order since tho fleet latl Valontia and 4 tuw perfect. LoNuoN.Fuly 30. Consols olosod of 88 Mor money. American Securities the latest salos today, Monday, are; U, S 5:20s, 70 Illinois Central Railroad, toXy roaoir 12,000 ' bales, the market ' wil1 Prove a ha bn,ricr 10 1,10 00n8,,,u loing firm. . motion of his schomes. Coppci heads LivKiiPOor,, July 8U. t no cotton sales 77. u ill IMiill 111 IJ Ull UlilllA I C C&VCDQ IMilnn n,l Pulilklw- V I -I kl WI1H.IIUI ......... " J 1 " ...... uin-w f $&::6)fi not lame cnouiinTtttw ..JiA'jS.' ni'-L-ardlv nl owaneo. t-x 1 illM in WAYNi:siJUK(J: 'Vn-JlXliiiiim'T AL'UL'ST, , IHiii:. . UNION STATU TICKET- von t!ovi:iiNt)it, GEN. J. W.GEAHY, UV t'L'MliKUbANtX'OUN l'V. DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. COXdliKSS, HON GEO. V. LAWUEXCE, Of Washington Coiility. ASSKMIJIA', LIEUT. .IAS A. WOODS, Of C, liter Tp. ASSOCIATE JUKiE, ELIASSTtJXE. I'Uli., Of Mouor.gidiehl T. I'ltOTIIOXOTAItV, LIKUT.TIIO.S. LUCAS, Ot Jefferson Tp. IJKOISTKIt AND lllX'OUDKlt, COKL-'L. TIIOS. V. ltKITEllT, . Of iMonong.ihela T. CO.UMlSsroNKU, CAIT. JOHN A. 15UIJXS, Of Kichhill Tp. AUDITOlt, LIEUT. GEO. W. SIIOUGII, Of Gilinoro Tp. TOOK IIOL'SK DIKECTOIt, COL .lO.S COOKK, Of .Marion Tp. THE' FIRST 'GUMS'!!" FUll AN VXDIYIDKl) COUNTRY ! All friends of tho Union who have no fears of -1,000,1)00 negroes usurping tho liberties of 3O,0'JJ,00i) whiles, who be lli, vn ll.it. "Tl!1l' AS()T Vi,m1,1 tw. n,,wl I odious and TUAITOKS punished," that tho victory belongs to the victors and hot. to tho vanquished, in short, those who believe tho people and not the President should rale, the nation, v.yj invited to assemble at tho following named places on the days appointed : At OniiMiAnin's Tavkiin, Jackson township, Greene Co , Friday, Aug , 17, 1800 At l!oi;i:n.svn.i.i:, Center tp., Greene county, Saturday, Aug , 18, 1800. Prominent speakers are invited to address the people. Hon. Gho. V. Lawkenok is expe cted to be present. Turn out in inwse to hear his vindica tion of tho Constitution and Congress. UK IT AND DOING. Tho busy season of harvest is nearly over and our farmers having finished providing for their future physical want, it would be well to look after and labor for our future national welfare. Seciet ly and actively our enemies are working, all are acquainted, or should be, with their sinister designs. Though many meetings have been held by them in this county already, wo are induced to be lieve from the reports that reach us and fiom what observation wo have had oursclf, that they have accomplished Lut lilllu for theimelves, on the cqntrary, rather strengthened the side of the Union Wo think it expc Vmut for thoso who are in doubt concerning tho relativo position of tho two parlies to attend at least ono or two Copperhead gatherings and hear their principles expounded. Sj far as we have ever heard, there is nothing liko it to exoito tho disgust of an intelligent man. The fallacy of thoir argument; tho barefaced weakness of ot their assertions cannot bn,t havo good effect in dispersing any doubts that may exist. Having listened to their views, gohoir thu doctrines ot thu National Union parly as they are clearly and forcibly given by our speakers. You that aro staunch in the fai'h go with your misguided fric.ds to their meetings, then take them with you to yours, let them see wherein they are do eeived, and it cannot fail to produco its results. Seo to it that our meetings aro well ntlendcd.forcgo your work, it is bet ter to lose a few dollars and cents llian to sudor tho fruits ot dearly bought victory to pass from your grasp. BOUNTIES. Tho last and crowning act of Con gress was the -. passage ot the" bill in somo measure remunerating our gallant soldiers for their services in tho field. The bill wo publish elsowhero. It is not so largo an appropriation as might bo wished lor, but considering tho financial embarrassment of tho nation, it will be hailed by hor defenders as a gratclul of fering. Many republicans voted against the bill for tho causa that they deemed it a pitiful compensation to bravo men for such heroic sacrifices. It was ap proved by the President for tho sole reason that he dare not oppose it. It wi will now raf? not large cnougTf? niggardly allowance. exnressT contempt tliuu gratitude Noun need bo deceived by it. Men who would repudiate the National debt, assume the rebel debt ami give pensions) to the soldiers of the South ; who would give tho law-making power into tho hands of late insurgents and if possible place Jetl'erson Davis at tho head of tho gov eminent, havo no respect for the u"u who fought their battles. TIIKS'.iTU CONGRESS. The adjournment ot Congress for the first term of tho 30th Session was an event anticipated. For neaily eight long months they have been deliberating upon the life interests ot our republic. They have braved disease and contagion t J legislate upon ll'e all-importinl issues presented for their cousideia'ion, and two of their number have been called to higher council-chambers than thoso of earth. Its history all aro acquainted with, and they return to their homes with naught but the heartfelt thanktul ness' ot a loyal people. Theirs has been a difficult task and they have proven themselves worthy of the responsibility. Opposed by an apostate Executive, calumniated by their enemies, and hoot ed at by traitors, they have gone calmly and deliberately through with tho busN ness of the Session. Some have proved recreant to their trust but to tho greater part loo much honor cannot bo given. Its record will show brilliantly in the annals ot history, and the lime will come when the names of those members who stood linn for tho Union will rank in classic dignity with those of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. To Gi n lmosT-Wo would call your attention to the Notice oi Uiddln & Ciark inserted in this issue. Wo hope those in arrears will come prompt ly and square up with those gentlemen Alter tho business is once t lirly settled we wish to do loss dunning than has heretofore been customary with this pa per. So far we have received encourage ment beyond expectation. Never, and wo believe what we say, has their been such determined ell'u ls on tho part i f our enemies to crush out your cnuuly paper. Wo aro pleased to see it. It was not our iirgmlion when taking hold of this press to handle Coppcrhond& with gloved hands and it rej lices us t.) see them wriggly ami squirm 'when wu put our f.)ot on their necks. All we ask is your fidelity, and wo will "trust to luck" for the ift.t. ..... C.wr. J. II. Ukistoi: Wo note by our latest .W. Ya. exchanges that the gentleman named lias announced him self, by the request. of his lriends, as a candidato for the office of Treasurer iu that Stale. This is as it should be. No one deserves it mere, is more entitled to it. Tho Capt. we arc proud to say W a native ot this county, mid s islains here as elsewhere the reputation of an honest man, a Union loving citizen and a brave soldier. To his brilliant serv'o es in tho latter capacity all can testily who served with him, and tho .least tho West Virginians can do as an acknowl edgment is to make him Treasurer. We wish the Capt. success. The "Hoys in IJlue" of Ilrownsvilju and Bridgeport, Fayette county,, met in Brownsville on the 23d, and organized a campaign club, by electing the following officers: President Mai tin V. B' Ila.en; Vice Presidents- -Joseph E. Clarke and John W. Watkins. Jrj Secretaiy James M. Winn; Corresponding Score lary A. N. Patterson! Treasurer Dr J. B. Barclay. The mouthers "pledged to each other tho honor of a soldier, that we will vote for no man of doubtful loyalty, or who may be in sympathy with traitors to till aoy borough, county, State or Federal office of profit and trust In determiniifg our ballot the question shall be, Is tho candidate loyal? Is he honest? Is ho competent?" Tun Riot. Tho proceedings ot which wo publish an editorial synopsis from tho New York Tii'mne, will receivo tho just condemnation of all fricnls of tho Govcrnine'int. Tho ill-timed inter ferenco of the President with the mili tary authorities when thcyiihould havo flit tin end to tho massacre, seems to dash the last star from the crown of honor won for himself during our recent struggle. Wo will publish a oloaroi'aoj count of it next week. Ar a recent political meeting in Louisville tho names ot Leo and John son wcro applauded and thoso ot Grant and Sherman hissod. This explains the good feeling said to bo prevalent among tho "reconstructed." Tun last ruse attempted by tho Cop. perhcads is to tho effect that Radicals are about to inaugurate a second civil war. That already organizations nre being perfected and arms distributed, Wo know of no oilier effect this will have, if it has any, than the whoicsomo ono of sending "Sketladlers" again to the Canadas, thus depnv- A a great many votes in I (STKN'L. 11Y BREVET. , uove rank has been conferred 'd. S. M. Bailey, formerly of the U. V. C , by recent action of the enatu. Wo oniiratulato tho I olouel upon his merited promotion. lie has many trionds hero and had it not been for tho devilish antipathy which has always existed among copperheads- for the soldier, this county might havo had an intdlije t representative in tho hist Legislature. Till'. New York A'lic.'i gives tho fol lowing adviu to tho rebels with whom it cordially sympathized throughout the war : We say, therefore, that the first thing tor tho South to do is to secuie a loot hold in Congress They must gel into tho arena brlarti they cm e.rpct't tn striki effect i rcl ij fur their ouie. Let t.iem march in, with Hying colors, by virtue ot their rights, it possible. It' not let them croirl in, eliml) in, push iu, buy theuigclfea in, hrthe, themi'eireii in, or stuil in, iet in trlu it iruy 'they can, so that the next session of Congiess finds them there What thu AYirs means-by striking effectively lor "their cjisc'''is not dis- tinctlif ut ttml linrn lull i.v-nrv tnv-i! Ill ft tl , f u i, , , ., , , ... ,", J knows full well what it. typilied during! a i.i r ! llm last nn veai's. And 1 lie iliivct ten. dency of tho August Convention of course bo to help this movement. TIIENEW ORLEANS MASSACRE. A company of American eilizetw, , ,- , . -,- . t .,, holding represenla.ivu positions in Lou o .1 I j fsiana, members ota Convention elected I in 1801 by the loyal people of that State, legally assembling, iu pursuance of a call i ot the Governor, are besieged by a mob ! , .. , , . . . . ! and some of then, massacred.' A not m ; New-Orleans is not nn unusual occur- I reuce. Now it is not a riot, but tho usurping of the Rebel population against abroad, and llm Copperheads ol Hams loyal cities .t tliu United Stales 'cnga- j lmriv ""K'y demonstration did not .. .. , . . ii- milliner, in all its hosts, live hundred S UIU I''-' The accounts we have me mainly from Rebel sources the agent, of tho j Associated Press in New Orleans having been, we are informed, formerly a sol- I, ,. . ,,,ur 111 1,10 1101,01 '"' I!ls ''L'''t show lull sympathy with the rioters We are told that the outbreak was oc t casioued by an assault of a negro upon a white man a while man having been ' pushed along the sidewalk ami tripped ' up during a precession I Considering how men arc frequently pusl'ed and tripped up whenever,.! militia regiment parades on Broadway, we can imagine the extent of thu provocation necessary ' to excite Rebel malignity. Tl'.e action j of Mavor Monroe is more intelligible. i We see him seriously proposing to ar j i rest the members ofj the Convention for 1 i . I daring to eonm together at the call f j the Governor. Then he issues a proo , l unation which reads to us like an u -cenlive to riot, lie begins by speaking of tho Convention as ihe Kxtincl'mu , '..uvenuoM oi mot, aim specialty calls i : i1 i u. i . .. i -i, .i upon the young .men lo keep quiet and not molest said Convention, for he is saiNlb.,1 bv '-ivi-dnt. 1liieirl....1 from u-.,,: " ., ,,, , ln a Washtngton that tho deliberations .1 1 ., il .,t- ...:n : ,U o.eiooe.a .oe,eo, oi leeeuc ,VS(,r.,( ,o, Ullll holding tUIICtS SO SOUIld, countenance from tho President, and beside the Democratic party." that he icili mtsttiin the agents of the. prat- These s iinu Demociatic leaders prom ent civil qocernme.nh and vindicate its , ""'ll IHl5' loj"i" ll!"",s ilh tluo laws and act to tho satisfaction of the good people of thu State." In other words, every Rebel in Kew-Oi letins is told by a Rebel Mayor that the President ot thu United-States is in sympathy with him j that the members of the Conven tion are outlaws and not under Eccii live protection, and that whatever tho Rebels might ib to viuilimto tho "Re construction Policy," would meet the President's approbation. , Still, do noth ing scandelotis I Gen. Baird's patriotic determination was promptly overruled byadi-patch from tho President, Ed win M. Stanton being Secretary of War. Every Rebel saw that the Mayor was sustained, ami that the President was the Rebel's friend. Read the d-eadful story I The Con vention meets. There aro no soldiers in the assembly. The police Rebel sol diers many of them are "exemplary," and try to prevent "lynching and mobbing-" Onu prominent member a cit izen of many years standing is drag ged to jail. Tho President und meiu bars aro gradually anestcd and impris oned. A pi occasion of negroes approach. ' Some whites'' endeavor to "disperse" them, but me "repulsed." Shots are fired. "Three negroes nro killed on Dryades St , and two on Common St. Tho Rebel mob surrounds the hall whero tho members aro in session. A regular siege begins. Every visible head in tho buiiding was 11 red upon. Dr. A. P. Dostiu and John Henderson, jr , nre brought out of the building dead, and curried oil' in curls. Tho first was an eminent physician, the second, a well known lawyer ot Now Oiloans, eou spicuotiS for their loyalty during the dark days ot rebellion. They are carried off in curls, and it is doubtful if many havo got out ot the hall alive. All this timo Andrew Johnson President and Edwin M, Stanton Secretary of War 1 .We ato telling this story as it is Jold by ReVels. Wo can make but one com ment. For all the blood shed iu New-, Orleans we hold tho Executive power responsible. Tho President knew the temper of theso 'men. Uo had hut to recall a very tow years of Ids own history to find himself flying before n mob like that, which murdered A. P. Dostfo and his loyal associates.' Theso rioters were precisely tho manner of men that Presi dent Johnson claimed to bu. They woro loyal like him. They . opposed Secession as ho opposed it . They dared social ostracism ami Rebel vengauce, not from the safe distance ot Washing ton nor as tho armed commanders ot armies but as plain citizens deVoted to the flag. It was to reward such men as the murdered Dostlo that wo took the outlawed loyalist, Andrew JohnslTl, from thu dust, and stamped him with a dia dem. And in return we have our bro'.hers and fri.nds more than broth ers, indeed, by reason of their devotion, during the war butchered by a Iteljel mob, in broad noon, with a Rebel May or inspiring the massacre, Rebel soldiers acting as "police,1' and Union soldiers, under Union ollicers, compelled to stand ' silent, by order ot udrew Johnson. Tho hands of the Rebels are again red with loyal blood ; Rebel armies have once more begun thu work ot massaere, and the .President id' our choice, who has sworn to defend thu laws and pro tect the peoplo of the United Slates, is 1 ,' ' silent. Is it too much to say that this . ' :...) ' CLYMU1IITES "IN BLUE." Iu speaking of the soldier's Clymor i Oji.vention, the HarrUburgh TchVr,iph say; 1 hero were not three hundred , men. deleora os Id in' in ntliiiuPitu.ii tt ' tlu COIlvt"itioi. Tho procession which ! was formed in marching to and from the capital did not contain over two hundred ' hi- T1" "." .'" Repres entalives will not contain live hundred 1)U,,Ilo At 0 tim() ,,,.,,, U(J , 0f tnu w,tiventiiii w.,s t,.lt 1:1q full so , that, tak'ing tho Clymcrito soldiers from people did not contain, iu tact, three u,i,c.d voles tor Uiester Clymor! We submil these l iets to oar cotompoiarics ' oi'lhe Stale Willi B. rks county within ! Jwo h h ride of Harrisbnrg-wilh the . Ciqiperhead counties ot tho Cumberland j Valley jast over tho river-witl. York . cunty'chisu at hand only three hun - I dred voters could he iud iced to rally for I Ilicter Clviner in a Stale Soldiers' .Mass Convention! Ominous! This is exactly as we supposed it would be. Alter all tleir gong beating and drumming up of delegates the hi.ht nll.ur proved a coiiiil.'to hoax. If Civ mer ileticnds much nn snob !iininb! i..,.j ' - a ' hu is ''done gone up, suahf The. Mnbih: Adceftuser uiul llejiiter, one ot thu most bitter and able Rebel organs in the country, publishes ihe plailnrin and speeches of the Beading Convention all ol which it full indorses as sound Rebel doetiu e. It says. "We think our candid readers must lO'iee with us that this is a soun patri otic and unexeeplionat Ii allorm ot principles laid down by ihe Pt...nvlvani i Democracy, and that in these times wo ' -'-.".".. ' t . s,.,, ,... ...,, ,.. . ; ,, ! w'uh them iu a common warfare against j the Ridical enemies ol co'istitulional -liberty. It isiilsotolio observed th it ..there is no other parly in tho Worth and ol , ... . , ;., 1,,,, , ,,. t ....... x.j, . . ...x. ,-,.x..v same Southern , lire-eafors, ami when (l'imrm irtir iiutl (li-!tlll p.'itmi i wo-1 n I ti,t,;7 pr ises, and only kept up a co-v : ardly lire in the rear. But, ' kick a dog and he'll hck your hand." Tii A TRUTH WELL SPOKEN. Wo say no more than everv obsevv- , i , . i . ing man knows lobe true when wu assert that ignorance ami inteinporapee are tho main pillars ol tho swindling fossil which misscalls itself llio Demociatiu W !...! .l.i..i.,.. .... j i"."'.y "v it all the voters wcro intelligent, while none weru iniunijieiau', wiu pti-iaueii Deinocratiwpiirty would stand no chance. Take anv c t v. cou.itv. or ward voi. IB tf ' - . - - iiense, iiiiu snigio uiumoosu anion" is voters who can't read and will tret delink, and nine-tenths of them are 1 Jemoorats, even when thojroat mass of their neiy-li- bors-aro Kepublicans. A. 1. Jrtbune. Tho Cabinet, with tho new appoint mcnts, stands as follows: Sec. ot Slate William II. Seward. Seo. of War Edwin iU. Stanton. Seo. of tho Navy Gideon Welles. Seo of the Interior Orvillo ' II. Browning. Postmaster General A. W Rindall. Attorney General -Henry Stansbury. Tho abovo named gentlemen wcro warm supporters of Lincoln in 1 HO 1. So much for Johnsonisii). Stand back Copperheads. Tun ship Anna Schmidt, which 'was destroyed by the Alabama oil' the coast ot South America, had on board a ipiau tit y ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Cali fornia. Dr. Ayer & Co. now appeal for rodressdireot to the British Government, as tho responsible party in this wicked business, and base their claim for pay menl and protection on the ground of humanity, as their commodities nro wholly tor tho sick. Their point is well taken! and will doubdess be pressed with tho pluck and persistency winch charac terize the operations of theso celebrated chemists. Baltimore Clipper. Governor Morton, of Indiana, lu his last great speech, stated the iinpoitant faot tha't every Sunnier nnd RoproKcnla. live elected in nine of the eleven Slates is a rebel and wholly niutbto to ttika Ihe, test oath. Several of them have been chosen lo the eopper-Johifson unnvcu lion which moots iu Philadelphia on the 14th instant. THE LATE RIOT IN NEW ORLEANS. Washington, Augut 1. Gen. Baud telegraphs from Now Orleans, July 3tsl; The riot has been suppressed. I have declared martial law iu tho city, About forty persons have been killed, and a largo nuinbif wounded nearly ull beiim Itrumdly to tho Convention. fvTtie Keening I'ud cjiidemns President JoTuisoii for interfering in tho ditfijulties at New)ileals. It, it says,, according to his theory: -Loti'sinna is a Slate iu tho Union, by what light does he iulerfeie with its internal alfiirs ? The O.mv.'ii lion had a right to sit, whether h was a legal or illegal body, and it illegal, the Statu was tho proper judgo of. tho fact, ivhich ought to have been decided by the Courts It characterizes his order as exceedingly unfortunate, and add: ess ed to the wrong (..ffieer. Hiesler Clviiier stands by his record, lie said so in his last speech. Iu January, 1801, hu said, at tho cor-" nor of Sixth and Court streeU, in this city, just after ho h id taken asoLuin oathuasS;ato Senator, ''to support the Constitution ot the United States," that I'enn.-ylcutia ouijht to () icilh the South! Did Mr Clymor remember this item of his record when he declared he "would not to-day altera I'no or blot out a parti :le uf it!'' Heading Dixpiiteh. new York cut. Ten deaths from cholera are aunounc ed. The total mortality for tho week ending on ihe 2Sth was 771.. equivalent to an annual dealh-ra'e of '). l'Jiu l,U0U inhabitants Tho mortality of thu week previous was 1,3(12. Thu deaths troiii cholera last week were 1H, an in, crease of 37 on the week previous Cholera infantum had 17G victims, and cholera morbus 13. . Tho mortality in Brooklyn during tho past week was 3l)., of which 72 were of cholera infantum, and 42 of cholera. Tiik Jliehmund. W'nig wants to know if the South is '-to be left at the mercy ot armed negroes" Aller'thu recent mas. s acre iu New-Orleans where, accord ing to Gen, Sheridan? about "10 whites and blacks were killed and I (it) wounded by IP!; people wo consider this rather a cool question. 7Vi. NEW ADVEItTISEBIENTS w. I.. m.Mll.TON. V JOS KS. 11 M 3 LTQX Si JOX 129 VANUKAirrnitKii- ni? stoxrwaric'. 1L full varieties ami patterns. Tlii'iilinvu ! I'naii have, recently established u nnumfaetory of the Iviu 1 named in GKF.KNSB01JO, GIUiKNE CO , PA., and are prepared to turn nut cre'ythhiE; In Ih 'ir hue such us Churns, l'ilchers, Jars for preserving Innt, &e.. iVc. A supply Kept eon stanlly on hand. The public, and country i ...i i iiii-n ii.iiitn iui i ii-iii.ii i v, urn uiii nesny luiiue.si cd to call aiul examino tliulr stock before pui'ehashiL' clsewher Orders iiom a distance will reelevo prompt attention. aiiga.-nm, rj otioo.- ALL persons knowing lliramelvi'9 Indebted to tliu ltiaMiituciN Omen, either for Job Work or iSuhseripliiiu iliirln;; the six months tin' paper was conducted by Mr Watkins, will p iv the accounts to .Mr. .Tas. K Sivers. win h aaoion. m t,i receipt l it' Hie sunt' i- ...t.. ..0....0. ... i 1 1.: . K"1' atteiith;nj;.ilf miM.-r will save .oil ,,,, Mh,3,b MlW & CLAUlv AY1CRS CATHARTIC PILLS ,4 RE the' most perfect imrg.dive wbieh wu . ureatile lo produce or wlucli we Ihinklun ever yet been male ny auyhoclv. Their ef- w,UMy feels have been alnuv jjs-'jitj , diint.lv kIimu-ii toil.. dunUy shown to ihu com nunlty how much I hey excel tho ordi nary medicines in use. 1 hey are sale and pleushnt to take br.t powerlul to cure Then penetrating propcrliea sliniulato tho vital aclivi'ies ol iltu body, removing tho , obstructions of its organs, puiily thu blood. , expel disease, i aey purc out llm loul lie i mors which breed and grow distciiiner. stint ulate sluggish' or disordered om uis lulu their 'u'h.'n: .lmJ,,rt 11 K'"1,J)V t,".") wun sirengin in uij whole svsl. an. iXot on v ,i they cure tha cverv-day complaints of everybody, but ulsa formidable and dancer- ous diseases. While they produco powerful T" '. 'I. s;.ll.lu' "m!'' "J diminish "'"OS's, mo Na.esuum nesi pnysle Unit can , mi umnloycd lor children, lteing sugar-coat- ed, they are pleasant to take j and. being vi-.rooue, uiu uw irmii any risK o 'T'.: L'"r-' have been nude which surpass ; :" :. "" . ' mm -V "' , oi nneii i-.vuieu i.isniou anil ciiuraeier tis to lortticl the susnic on of untruth. Manveniln. ent clergymen and physicians have lent their ,""ps i"-rtliy to tliu public tho reliability of naa . V o,,,:,,,,,.,:,;,,., ,', u ' rations eontr.buli) inuuensely to iho relief of our aiuiccu, suu.'i'ing iei:ow men. Tun Agents below named is pleased to furnish grails oar American Almanac, con taining directions for the nso and certitlcutus of their cnivs, of the following complaints : Coslh'eness, lliliotu Conilalnls, Itheuma tlsm, Propsy, Hearthitrn, lleadaehn, arising from Foul stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of thn llnwcls and Pain nilsing therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Ai pi litu, all Diseases which require an evacua tion medicine. They, also, by ptulfylng tho blood nnd stimulating the system, cure many complaints which it would not ho supposed they could reach, such as Deafness, Partial lllhidncsH, Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Perangeinenls of tho Liver and Kidneys, (tout, hiul other kindred complaints arising finm a low state of tho body, or obstruction of its functions. J)o not bo put off by unprincipled dealers Willi oilier preparations which they mako more profit on. Demand Avkii's and take no others. Tho sick want tho best aid thuru Is is for tliuin, mid they should havo it. ' iTcpareu ny.i. j. n.xi;n As uo., Lowell, v Mass., and sold by Dr. 1). W. Riaden.l Dr. win. ii. weigh, jh. A. Harvey, Wuyuestiurg, Pa am1 a i:Drugg,ir.H throughout the coimly. llllgH, !iiu IHviuviid Notice. rpilE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MON- 1 ONIUIIKI.A VAI.I.KV Tia.KclllAI'll CoMI'ASV are hereby notified that a DIVIDEND, at tha rato of III pur cent, per annum Is this day do rtarod, counilng from date of hist dlvldond. lly order of 1 Hrectors. W. LI 8. WILSON, Tronsuror. Monnnguhulii City, Aug. 1st, '(HI. $0 AAA A YEARminloliyany ono with ,'V,VUU iftlB-Stenell Tools. Wo experi ence necessary. Tlio Presidents, Cashiers, nnd Treasurers or,') Hanks ladorsa tho circular. Sent free witli samples, Addrcst Iho Ameri can Btoncll Tool Works, bprlnnllold, Ver mont. . .. augl,-8m. mmM . MA803T & HAMLIN'S c Aiiiirr oiuiAxs, . FOR FAMILIES. CIIURCmftfc'itOOL3. Aliased la Sarreil, Scrub? atlA I hint jjfmfc. I) RICES : if 1 11). SI 30, fUo, $180, nd up 1 wards according lo number of stops and style of cuso. TIlU ('.llllS-kr Ollillva tl,unLf'...lii.n.l slvly by AInsmi & llainlin, iao met Willi a success unprocedeiiled In thu history irf musl cil instruments, tupplyhij- a warn long fell, they lmw been received Willi thu jrrentcst fn,. vor by tho musical profession ami thu mibllo have already been very widely Introiliiccu", and demand for them is still rapidly iiicruusiair and must continue to increase as t'icir merits beconiu known. They are adinlrnhly adapt ed to Ihe performance of Secular us well as Sacred Music. Thu Cabinet Orpin Is essentially different' from uiul a very great Improvement upon all' Instruments of ilje Mclodcou or llnrmonium kind. I'M SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE CON SISTS IN 1. Tho more organ likt character of Us tone. It has greatly more power and volume of tone iu proportion to its cost. ilv JJy iho cmplnya cut ot a very slninlo invention, its capacity for expression is vast ly greater than has ever beforu beou nttaltietV iu such instrument. This invention is es pecially vahuble, because scarcely uay prac tice ts necessary in lender It availablu. Any ordinary perform! r can master it in nn hour. l. It admits of great rapidity in execution, ndaptim; lo Hie pel I'orinance of u groat variuty of lively secular music. r. No instiunieut is less liable to get out of order. 0. It will remain in tune for years. WHERE TO 11UVT11E CABINET ORGAN. Tt t.4 n fren-riil fl.i.lhor nimmi- ll.nDn ' pureuasu niusieal liisirumunts, that wuro they , in direct coiiiinuuieaUon with thu liictory they would have a greater opp rtunity fur Belect ing a Iresh mid perfect uistrunient, Hum it would lie possible to obtain from any agency. , Tho siibsciibcrs would say, that to otiviato this ditlleulty, and iill'ord persons at a distance Ihe same privileges secured to thoso noar tho factory, Messrs Mason & Hamlin havo estab lished a number of Whoiemle. .bcwiVn at im .poilaat points, where a full supply ot all tha , various st vies of Cabinet Organs is constantly 1 lo pt on 1'iind. This agency in Pittsburgh is a whoiemle. one, and purchasers may rely.on being seived here, us advantageously as at the factory. A competent player anil musi cian is always iu attendance at thu wurcrooms of thu fru'.iseribers to perform on the instru 1 nients, exhibit their various powurs and quali ties, show the dill'eient stops and their conibino i liom, and explain their internal construction. ! All instruments sold iu the city, are sunt to tho residence of the purchaser without charge ' uiul lliosc sold out of thu city aru securely boxed and delivered ut tliu railroad stations or landings in the city, IVeu of expense. Persons ordering an organ by letter, are as sured that us good mi instrument will ho scat, us if they were hero to select It personally; the subscribers considering themselves bound by honor and interest to select and forward iien! other thai! Ihe eeei bent of thu slyk order ed. Tho subscribers will bo happy to recolvo coiniuunieations from any one that desires fiirlher informal ion aliout the L'aiiinut Oiioams, and are anxious to pal. Into the hands of every body, whether intending to ptirchr.so an in strument or not, a copj ot thu circular,whicli couluins n vast umouiit of interesting musical iutormalion. Copies mulled free to any ad dress. CHARLES C, MELLOR, & CO., 81 Wood Street, 1'Klshurgh. Sold Agent, for thu Mason & 1 tamlin Cabinet Organs for Western Pennsylvania, atigs. 'iiC-tt. H3. IVE. sayers, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Will attend to all clatms for back pay, boun ty and pensions of soldiers and their representa tives. The Pensions of thu following class aro increased I rum HS to $r and '-'" per monlh, and w dows tor children under sixteen years 2 per month each, vis I 1st. Thoo who havu lost tho Bight of both eyes, thu use of.both Hands, or otherwise total ly disabled und ineanucitutud lroin performing manual labor. !id' All widows having children under six teen years of ago are entitled to-tf i poc month) additional for each child. t!d. Uuurdians representing; tho minor chit Jrrn of soldiers arc entitled to the sumo increase iisifthe niolliLr was living. uug.l,'VU tf 7maks1iai?OalE BY VIRTUE OF A WRITOF VENDITIO NI Expomi' issued out of the District Court oi'lhe United States for tho Western District of Pennsylvania, und to mo directed, I will expose to public sale, at the Custom House, in tliu City of Pittsburg, on Iho 14th day of August, ISi;i;, ut 'J o'clock, p. m., all the right, title, chum and iuleiess of Hook & Wise, of, hi nnd to the following described property, to wit : Ono Distil cry and Iho lot of ground on which the saiiiu is erected, and all tho buil dings appurtenant thereto ; Ono Copper Dis t'i'1, one Steam Engine and Boiler, onu Mash TulMvilh Rake, four large Fermenting tubs, oni Worm and Tubs, Pipe und Fixtures In said Distillery. ALSO, Seventy two Rarrel of Whiskey. All of tho said property is situated In Franklin township, tirecnu count v. Pa., uiul willthuro ho deliver ed to thu purchasers. isei.'Ml anil taken In execution as tho nroncr- tV of Hook & Wise, nt tin, unit of llio United States. ALEXANDER MURDOCH. Marshal. Marshal's omen, Pittsburgh, Tn. July 25, 'e0 angl,'(iil..2w TOT'SORIAL. rilllOMAa FKRREL respectfully nnnonncos L that ho has purchased tho simp of Charles Rickey, and solid's a call from thoso who may deslru Ids services as Harbor ami Hair-Dresser. Ito occnoles room Nn r. n...t.i...ii'.. it . .. , ,,.,,,,,,, ,, wli 'I'll no Ih lireimreil in niu-i...... ll..iH o...t according to thu latest mode, and do Shaving .i.i iiiiiiiviiu uuiiiuii iiiaoih, Come Idth jr, come hlthor, by night or by day. r or uiu guy uuu mo wuiy no shaves and rill a litilt And as quickly as one, dressed and brushed, f;oea uivuy, Another Is mini In rlrnn Anwn l,i lltn nl.at.. Aud llio chin that Is smoothed, nud tho hair mat is nresseu, Ho noltMtieil mill irnienflll nml nnnlW nnnnan- J I 0. -uv. ..u.v-.j .rrvM. That It Tusto lias a mansion on earth, 'tis con lessen, It Is hero It is hero I Hero Fancy designs, and as guv tho design As thu gayest winch Fashion o'er taught to thu trado, ' Aud graceful tlio wavo of the locks as they shine, Where Ferrel's hand has their beauty array ed t Then let old anil young, all tho lovers of Taste,. For if Tusto has a mansiou on earth, hither haste, It Is hero It Is hero 1 Waynesbiirg, uugl.-tf. News ! riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE 1 eelved finm thu East a new stock of DRY tlOODS, which lie olt'urs to tiih i-milio at tho lowest possihio rates. Call and too him. Rooms lu tliu west end of the "Oieom IIoubo,"' VYayucauuri-, Ps, W. A, PORTER.. ftiigt-lf