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0 The 4 Democratic Territorial Ccnvcn
inf ract at Plattsnouih cn ;he 22n J, for
"the purpose cf nominating" delegates to
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ihicg "tarns upM to indicate .whether they
are for "Peace, because cf reverse 'to
Grant's army before Richmond, oralis
nomirtlnof Grant if he will accept (?) j
'-and a declaration in favor cf the war.,
if Granl is successful: . .
terhng 3Jertcn ;.yA. J. ppletcn;
J. j, Early j E. B Chandler V and Jchn
. Riclley,,. . . 5: , :.. f iV,
J. Stetliiig plortcn, was Cairniau of
;he Committee ca ..Resolutions !
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The resoIuticaSicoDf ratdate the De
mocracy xf2tirjLika".-upoa . their over
whelming defeat cf State Organizatica ;
fctale that thislhas taved the people 25.-
000 ; has fcrslalled jn election at which
"mcaey of the AilttiltMtraticn, poured
cut like water, would have been einp'.yj
td upen tha corruptible ;" has 'forestal
. leiM 1 drafts for the: array ;" - an' 'In
iquity has been emphalfcally rebuked,
r;hich would have made 30,000 pecple
the sovereign equal cf New York, Ohio
CT'IHinois, . ia order that three electoral
votes might be added to the purchase by
which a corrupt Adrainistratiori;s seeking
to ptrpetuate its power;", and then -while
they cciLmend rthe independent and
' truly, patriotic members of th3 "Republi
can and c'her parties, who'Ieut us theVr
"aid to th't'art these purposes of uneq'ialed
infamy, ft must be reTnemlered that the
plan ly ivhich ihese inestimable benefits
ere assured to us was conceived,' carried
forward and accomplished by the Demo
cracy cf Nebraska."
-How do you like the company ycu are
in Mr. "independent and patriotic" Re
publican ?": And what are these purposes
cf "unequal infamy" which ycu have
assisted tEese "draft hating" Democrats
in thwarting? A draft, and the perpet
ration cf the presViit Administration, are
the main points whichplease th-3 Democ
racy. This "draft" 'argument has been
used quite extensively by the Democracy
gair?t State Organizatica, and a m:re
pusillanimous, sneaking and contempti
ble copperheadism we have rarely seen.
These copperheads hate the draft be
cause they hate the Administratioa, which
they would do all ia their power to crip
ple; they hate the Administration be
cause it is iri favor cf a vigorous prosecu
tion of the war, which they would thwart
' "if possible'by shirking a draft. If GcV
'ernment needs men, and cur quota is not
'full, we hcfe they will draft here wheth
er this remains a Territory or becomes a.
State ; and farther we hbpe that some cf
this -Democracy may be caught in' the
draft, and the commutation act abolished.
We do not wUh'lo "ihwari' the Pem
f ocracy ia their giory cf defeating '"this
propcsIon cf "unequalcd infamy;" but
"thejoko in all this is that A. H.' jacksoa,
"editor of the Democratic organ at 0na
?ha, and a member of the' Convention; in
'troduced into the Council, last winter, a
memorial to Congress, stating "that in
the judgement cf ycur memorialists, the
' people of 'said Territory desire the fcrm
aticn; cf a State" Government," which
'was passed, sent to Washington, the result
was the Enabling Act, which the Demo
cracy claim with the assistance cf their
"truly patriotic Republican" friends-to
"have defeated ; and now ttyle that, which
was granted at the instigation of one of
-heir leaders, an "unequaled infamy T'
Cool! decidedly cool! !: ' ' ""
. , . The next resolution is. decidedly the
most sneakingly pettyfegging. . They
.'resolve that they have heard with aston
ishment that certain Federal ofnee hold
ers in, this Territory, propose" t to
force "the .burden cf State Government
upon this people by cunningly devised
caths to be administered to the Conven-
' ticn." . . . ....
The Convention 'deemed it unneces
sary," to express their "sentiments" up
on political questions net especially affect
ing Nebraska ; they doubtless have some
"sentiments" cn other issues, doubtless;
But still they ought not to have entirely
fcrgolten "poor Vallandinghara" the
" "martyr." This was "the nnkindest cut
cf all." ' -
No cse can dosbt the unsiisJaiaLIe
ievidence cf the ecpperhes-d in this Con
vention ; which reptile must te nearly re
lated la the one mentioned jn Hadabras:
hich ; '
"Wires lr. til trires ouf, v ;
. B. Thank God there weie nodel-
The Neb. Firt. Three hurJred and
' thirty cf this repeal returaeu to bainl
j Lj-iis, a(co-.ice cf which we gave last
t7Csb. - - ;The3r r-fl-Vr-. wfA
h :m:et eaixciwJe by. thiirLumercas
friendi. .Frcci dispachea received frcm
St, Jc7?ph ,it wa3 thcu,;ht.. thay. wcui
jcach he;e, : a the-ilcuii'.ana, Friday
ATrantncnts were cxiertikea.to hare
a fcrmal receptica. Ilcney was celUc
sd &Ld ps7.-jr wa-hcttght forth&cari
rr.n. E'whca-the tc: came,. there
were but a.haif-iL-ieascldi?ri a .board,!
annr.j fear U.ap.c:a ..liptoa. . lie m- SDTjierf at3 sali she looked upon us di
forei tie-.chireiis. thak-byjtrlhe hr-.L;bcxnsr-o.A-r--fc
ger-jorticn. cf th Ilcg:raentr iad .fceep istitutioa that LHd made her and her
par&ik-d at 'St. Lyds, dedrinj to -yisit ! diildren ri- better' than 'the slave.- Her
lUsr old hemes. ia the States iefore they
r6larngd: to Kehriska.. ..The balance
redd, una ea, th 3 Colorado, Sunday.
o c cck strains.. of nusiQ,. wafted by the
southern breezes, gavendeare -t-at the r
I;at was ar-croactiar., The cmzens, m-
eluding the. Udre-s, rs?nt to the river ia
mass. As thi. beat ueareJ. the. harf,
jthree cheers Trere given fcr.the Neb. 1st
Cavalry. Those Whcsa hemes were here
and in th;3-vLciai;y viere-metrss. they left
the-beat, .by ..their, mothers. aad sisters.
Their, feelings iia mef.ing p!lcrr-aa ah--cene
oi three-.y-v'ars; ia.nuch.. easier im
eglnci than described. , ....
.Thccgh all . wished.,, to extend to -the
tattle-worn wanderers a heaif ell welcome
ye.1 the -.feelings ci, many,, fvere -sad
those whi coul. noTv.jsee no, dear famil
iar face among, the scliier-boys, buthad
three years .ago,, standing .atjjhe same
pot- cn. the .fiver lanl tid adieu,. amid
tears and sobs, to srme . loved paa on the
cf tho Luat. -viva; was caryingr-them
awty tp shed thiir- blo-jd on. southern
battle:fi:-ldd. Thea Co.. Q proudly boast
ed of a. full hundred men! Now,- scarce
ly a dozen return! Tiiis regiment, how
ever, has been very fortunate ; with all
the'r fighting, bat f ew tare' been -killed
ia battle. Somj. have died, from sick
ness, though perhaps . not .. rnoro than
would have naturally occurred had they
remained at. home. .:; Some have been
for various reasons, discharged ; some
have deserted ; some re naia at their post
ia Art.sTi5a, and over two hundred are
now- ttrrying in th3 States, that will be
here before thoirfarlow is out. - .
As the boat started from the wharf,
'three rcheers were given ;-u the sugges
tion cf Rev. Isaac Chivington for the he"
roes. of Shiloe and Donaldson;
. F'or seme reason, ;he cannon - was not
fired ; whether it was because -tha key to
tae cannon .house could net bo found ;-cr
whether cut -cf.deference to-the censcien
ticus scruples uf two or three of our best
citizens, we are net fully apprized. We
think, however, that three-fourths cf
even . tu3 . church - .members, present,
-were dis-appcinted that this token cf. re
spect was net shown. The soldiers, are
not permitted- to. rest on Sunday All
nations recogr.izo the -roscewity of 'fight
ing oa the Sabbath. Even the most faith
ful cf -tha Jews, under ilaccabeus, did
so. In"3 not coasiiered imnoral or im
proper to burrv tli3 dead with military
ho nors ca Sunday. We ftjel somewhat
more reconciled, however, to tho recep
tion .they met a our wharf, since we have
learned that they were not even greeted
wi:h cheers at Nebraska City. -
The Democratic Convention of this
Territory have placed T. W. Bedford, of
this county, on .their Central Committee.
This is "a big,, thing oa ice," especially
as T, W. Bedford h3s declared himself
for the re-election of Abraham 'Lincoln I
. ARMY CORRESPONDENCE. .
Cartersvili.e," Gam June Sth. .
. ' -Mr.' Editor : It his t'een my fortune
to be one of Sherman's "ruthless invad
ers" cf the escred soil of Georgia. Thus
far wo have put tha boasted chivalry to
flight at every point they attempt to make
a stand. When Joe Jchnst on as rxiStv
ing preparations to evacuate Daltoa
many of his command became dissatis
tiafied, asked an explanation: he told
them he was going to draw the Yankees
on to Resaca, then cut them all to pieces.
We draw on well and have not met with
the cutting part yet. Joe appears to be
dravring us oayet, and when and "whef
hi will. make the annihilating stroke we
cannot tell. ' ' '''" ' ' ' t
The "country through which we have
pasied is very "peer," excepting this coun
ty (Cass). Itls one cf the richest coun
ties in the State ; splndid fields of gfuvv
ing wheat and corn meet the eye oh every
side, though cultivaticn'ha3 sealed since
Johnston fell back, ood prospects for
fruit. ' Strawberries, Cherries,' Plum3
and early'AppIes ar ripe.
While "plenty sat smiling at the rich
man's door," starvation stared thousands
cf the "poor white trash" (as the chival
ry call them) in the face. , The wealthy
promised the poor man if he would go
into th array that they should be well
clo.hed, Ted ani xa:ir- their families
supported. To sheiT yoa how they sap
pert these helpless people, I will give
yoa a price list cf articles said, cot given,
to scldiers wives, When we tookv posses-
si: n cf this place
;Sijgir,;S15 per .pound; Molasses,
S0 peY gallon; Coffee CO per jeund ;
Bacon SI per pound ; Meal $12 per bash
el; Flour 61 perpound; Teatheynever
All the wealthy rebs Lave gone South
wiili Joe Jcknstoa'.s.army, icariug their
hcrtes to live and die for their idol Dixie
Gclpe&d the laifer, is the earnest pray
er cfthe thousands they have caused to
wfifp. - '
Oae day while' ca a acout I carae to
em abandoned" plantation, with plenty of
stal:afevr crippled negtosa and a splen
did mansion well furnished- I had hardly
halted when I sura' poor white wxrnan
and ii lot 'cf : small children' approaching
me.: - She - 'was glad lo see al Yankee
tftd pUBj relate ia full. '- The
jar(, cf tve mansion hired her to' spm
20poutds cf co'.toa," which she did," and
he - ran away without paying her a cent,
this was theledsr'of her grievances. T
ordered the contrabands to lake her a
lond of corn ; killed a hog for her and I
gave; heT' aiot cf furniture" 'from the
house, dud av it loaded and started fori
her humble dwelling. She commenced
a Vhcwer cf 'thanks, and I vamoosed the
ranch."'' 'i ' . . ' "' .
The cars run to this place. Our con
itfucricn party are rebuilding the bridge
acrcs3 the Etowah river, and bur' loco
motive will soon be whistling'in the Very
eab of Jce Jonsiag. It is a grnd sight to
see car iibble scris of the " North causing
immense bridges "to spring up as if by
- SCOUT. '
..f. ARMY NEWS. A
Owing to failure inthe mails , ire
did hot receive any late papers this
week "untill j 1st as our paper ' was
ready' to go tc press. " ' .
Th2 ;r,eT.'s from the army of the Po
tonjao seems confused and uns'atisfac
tpry. During the passsd too' vsoeks,
in, the ccntestrbctween Lee and Grant
neither have rained any perceptible
. J 1 . K .
Ltidvantage,' Grant's unexampled and
brilliant feat of moTing his grand
army fiom Lee's front, transporting it
across two formidable riversr a dis-
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Catfceof sixty miles, ma little over a
dav, and attacking Petersburg; de
served success and '"tTra-3'OTriftg $0
the merest accident that it failed; The
defences cf PetGrsbcrg'fell a prize to
the rapidity of this great movement.
They were captured by 'a single col
umn, under "Gen. Smith. !But'oring
to a false, report given by an engineer,
Hancock, wa3 detained fivenours from
forming a junction with Smith, and
when he got there he found he was
five hours too late, Beauregard had ar
rived with 30,000 reinforcemnts, and
Petersburg wa3 held. , . , :
. Grant ha3 eent a portion, of hi3 ar
my north of James River. :.A portion
are endeavoring to take the Petersburg
and Weldon Railroad. What will be
the next movement conceived Vy his
fertile and comprehensive brain ' re
mains to be skn.
Great efforts arc now' being made to
captura Fort. Darling. Should that
succeed, our Iron Clads "would ebon
be in Richmond. .
There is nothing important from
Sherman, or from. Banks old army.
In .Missouri ., the Bushwhackqrs
have suddenly appeared in, alarming
numbers, and doing develish .execu
tion. ; : ' ; ' -
N. Y. 21. Herald's special says that
Hanco ck's old wound been so troublesome
ihat he has been obliged. to ask to be re
lieved. His request was. granted and
Birneycemmanded in Saturday Vfight.
He expects to be in the field again in a
It Is said there are 30,000 rebel'troopsj
in Petersburg-, and are continually rein
forced. . ,v . ' . .
Th attack at 1 o'clock cn Saturday
morning by H corps met' with but littU
opposition. 1 Oar troop? passing over for
midable works occupied by the enemy
day previous, and captured 50 or 60 pris
oners. Casualities on both sides few.
We moved, about 500 yards beyond here.
Rebels made a stubborn resistance.
Another attack wa3 ordered at anothej
point. Storming party consisted of sev
eral brigades in column. . About 4 pm
they were met with murderous fire cut
doxn so rapidly that 'they were with
drawn. ' Herald'g correspondent says of the ith
corps: Fighting Fridy days work com
menced at daylight, when they found the
rebels" had fallen baek to .second line in
the night The works were attacked with
great gallantry.- There was a severe
struggle for the poasesssion of. the Rail
read track, : leading to. Norfolk, which
which was finally, taken. This appears
to be the only advantage gained.
Another correspondent ' with the 9th
carps, says the rebels made attack mov
ing up in' two columns. On reaching
cur line whether intentionally, or the re
sult of a blunder, one column shouted sur
render, and 210 were thus made priso
ners. The ether column came up to our
works bravely, and posted under cover of
a battery, drove men into their entrench- i
meats. They sprang over tht works a!
fcrcd-O-hnd fight ensued.' Mnseta
been dscharsed cn both sides and bayo
nets rnd stocks were the oalyweapoas
"Phiadelphia, Jane 24. A special dis
patch ia the PaUetin says the relelj
made a rear "attack cn Wrights ana
tt -i.ti ftri-rf!i tour ruas
Ti?tp en - sir a.m. r Wilson's cavalry
moved in the direction of the Weuioa
Railrcad. r :V'hen last heard from they
had reachedRevis's Station, ' were tear
ing up the-track aioog the road. The
2d and 6th corps moved from their o.d
positions cn the right towards the- Wel
don Railroad. - .-'-
- General Lee seems to have anticipated
the movrnent ty our right flank, or else
bp iT..AKrnpi to. tarn' our right: "as whan
near thes Jerusalem plank read r the two
corps and a smart'engagsment ensued. .
A battery of the 12th-New York was
annoying the rebels, who succseded m
getting roand;on. the fiank-and charging
it. The Infantry, supported, and after a
fVrchow of resistance retired, leaving
fetjr CiTrrmTme bands oi tne rebeJs.'
Our line was tnan reiorma. -.Baltimore
June 24, The Constitutloail
Convention of . Marylsnd, in session. ,at
Annapolis passed. to-day,, by ayoie of
54 ayes'agaist 37 nays, the following ar
ticle of the "bill of rightl.
: Hereafter in this State there shall be
neither slavery net involuntary servitude
except-for.-the punishment, cf crime
whereof the parly shall have been duly
convinced, and all persons held to servi
tude or labor a3 slaves are hereby de
clared free. -
Washington, June. 24th, An important
treaty has been negotiated with Samuel
Hallett, for the Union Pacific Railroad
Company, with the Delaware Indians,
and has been confirmed by the Govern
ment. It insures the construction of a
railroad from Leavenworth to Kansas
City, aud effects the removal of these In
dians from Kansa,s1 . , ,
: New York,' June" 24th The Post's
Washington special says Ihe caucus of the
Union members of the House last night
iraTe, evidence that the draffccomrautaiion
caaaot be abolished at this session of
' Gen.' Sully's India'n expedition. From
the otncer3 of the Kate Kearney from
Fort Pierrie we gather some iteras.-of
interest. Eight boats had passed . on up
above the fort for the head wajers, and
five cr six were met above Sioux City,
and the Belle Peoria and Chippewa
Fals were lying at Fort Randall. They
hniA nothing of the caoture cf the. Ben
t0Ilf aa.j donoi think there was any truth
in the report. ' ' ,
n,T,ay., n? Port nsnr'sll
about ready to start on his expedition,
his forca coa3blm5 0f near 7,000 troops,
He had pressed into service the Beile
r J T-ll- ' J 1 J
eo"a a .mppewa r aus, aua .um
use them for transportation.
: A serjou3- droutb preran3 in the Ini.
fan country from Fort Pierre down to
near-maha. NoTain had fallen in tbat
regiWince themiddle of April. As a
consequence the grass is very poor.
About 100 miles above the Fort, howev
er, buffalo grass was saidrto be fine.
Ftrt Pierre is garrisoned by two com
panies of regulars. Two large bands of
Indians are encamped in the vicinity j and
are perfectly friendly. Game is scarce
in that region. No game of any descrip:
tion wa3 seen on tht route, but ante
lopes ' '; . .
The river, was in a fine stage at Ft.
Pjerre, and rising all the way down.
It was thought that the maia mountain
"rise had already reached there.
By" the arrival of the steamer Omaha
from Fort Pierre, -we . have intelligence
from above to the 11th ipst. The Indians
were robbing and commming other dep
redations in the vicinity of the Fort.
They had succeeded in running ofT forty
four head of mules and horses, but were
pursued and nearly all the steck recovered-
an a second raid about fourteen
head of horses and mule3 were taken.
General Sully had broken up camp at
Fort Randall, and was moving up by land
and water fo Pierie.-St. Jo Herrald, 23d.
Dispathes received from Denrer reports
that the Indians hare been murdering the
inhabitants, and burning, and ranches
on Box-Eider creek, 25 miles east of
Denver. Four dead bodies are said to
have been found at the point named.
These statements should be received with
many grains cf allowance. There are
probaly two sides "to the story when the
truth is told. ' ' - .
VALLANDIGHAM IN DAYTON.
I Correspondence cf the Ciccina ati Ccomerciai.l
DAYTON Jane, li.
; Dayton's tranquility remains undistur
bed up to the time of this writing seven
p; m. Village quietude reigns here. Were
there any disposition-, to excitement, it
would certainly be sweated out beneath
thi3 tropical sun, with which the ' air is
evF-iu-ited to-day. Vallandigbam sere
nade speech of iast night, the important
points of which I forwarded you by tele
graph, has developed ihe feeling cf the
butternuts. With a hope of keeping his
hold" upon the masses who voted for him
last fall, the traitor strikes out bodily by
arrogating to' himself, distinctly stated last
night, that he has the "devotion" of these
people. In this he is greatly mistaken.
The word devotion means a great deal
more ly far than that which animated
thosewho supported the war? and this he
will find to be the fact when the Chicago
Conreation shall have done its work. I
know not a few prominent Peace Derao
rfat3cf this' section wha frown darkly at
Vallmdigham's ' conduct--men " who re
gret that he spoke at Hamilton, and still
more that he spokt last nightmen wh
will have no hand in any proceedings
which may serve to bring Mr. Yallin
digharn prominently before --the public;
The lekson is simply that they, regard
him asafiieband of discord and mischief
to his cwn party in the Presideatiaicarn
paign. i And yet these are the men. who
were tie loudest in support of hini during
the Gurbernatcral campaign. And from
the ton? of the Enquirer, of your; city, I
should judge this sentiment is not confined
to this District.
In his speech last night Mr. V. was
laud iahis threats of what would be done
in"case: the-authcritiss'' shcnld again- un
dertake his arrest. It remains to be ssen
what the authorities will do. But in iha
meantime your loaders need not find 11.
Valhhdigham hirr.telf at thhead cf any
movement cf resistance. Ho i3 an ar
rant coward a braggart, pcisessed cf no
rouree," moral c: physical. ' nhea ar
Oi HIS LiiUi"Su -
incendiary import, seme one ia the crowd
sneezed loiidiy.f . Mistatiing it tor a niss
V. actually changed countenance and re.
marked smoothlyr.ia the "whistling to
keep his courage up" style: "Is he an en
emy. If he is a friend let him keep qui
et, if an enemy we will make him quiet.
The -sneezing individual subsided, while
VaKkept'ca with his bravado, all the time
asserting that he did net speak ia a spir
it of bravado.
. . ...... DECISIVE BATTLES.
There has been", very much said about
the indecisiveness of numerous battles in
this war, but in fact, th3 Army and Navy
Jcunal says there have been very many
Her.Wc tVo By
decisiveness-of field acti-ja3 ia turee as
pects: Firt,: bardes which are decisive
simply of the field of which we have a
favorable example in Murf ree'sboro, and
an adverse, example, in Eredericksburg.
Secondly, battles -which are decisive of
the war in large States'," or over great
surfaces of -coy n try of -which Fort Don
aldson, which ended the war in Kentucky
Pea Ridge, which ended it in Missouri
and Vickiburg, which -ended it in Mis
sisipph are examples. - Thirdly, battles
which are absolutely decisive of the
whole fortunes of the war and of the
fate of the parries or countries involved,
of which latter class, in its! aspect, we
have perhaps "not yet had -an example.
Professor Cressy, cf England, wrote a
book entitled the "Fifteen Decisive Bat
tles cf the World,1 and by decisive bat
tles he meant such battles as affected the
whole course of history, as regards the
great combatants, had thsy issued oppo
sitely to what they did, would have re
sulted in a condition of affairs permanen
tly different from that which we now sec
Y tracinrr Up to them through the subse-
nr nave seen, r lxmz upon i'-ya taints
. quent ana intricate course ci iiisuntai
event3 as dressy aoes, we say. we reuiiy
cannot yet settle definitely whether or
not such a battle has , been fcughr. We
cannot yet see events thrcugh the long
perspective as our posterity a hundred
years hence will be enabled to do, nor
can we take in the full scope and bearing
of actions that have already occurred or
acira now occur? fn j-
A corresponded of the Cincinnati
commercial, writing from YHnr'sir. the
"watching and waiting" place of Vallan
digham, thus records the habits and char
ter of a faithful loyalist. ;
"A little steamer cahed uemru! be
tween the cities, ( Windsor and Djtroit)
alternating her trips wiih the Express,
but Valhtidighara's friends shun the Gem
as they do ,thi detectives who watched
ihe Americans wha visa him in exile Capt.
ChilVtri dwns'iL'e Gem and runs LYr him
self. His constant companion was a shag
gy old dog who could not be induced to
wng his tail for anybody but his master.
The dog is a faithful and unfailing cop
perhead barometer. Captain Chilvers
says his dog knows a copperhead by the
smell, and when he growls he says to him
self, 'there's a copperhead alojrd.' He
tells you that since the war has- commen
ced he never knew an instance in vvhieh
the dog growled at a passenger, but a con
versation with the latter prured him to be
a copperhead. So much for canine instinct
on copperheads.' -
A Lorresnondent or tne . i. nerau
it . i . .ill uu,
writing of the brilliant charge cf the n&-
e:ro regiments cn the fortifications, at
Petersburg, says ; "when the negroes
found themselves within the wcrks cf the
enemy, no words could paint their de
light. Numbers cf them kissei the gun
they had captured with extravagant sat
isfaction, and a feverish aux;ety was
manifested to net ahead'and chirge seme
more of the rebel works. A number of
colored troops. were wounded, ar.d a few
killed in . the firit charge. A large
crowd congregated, with-lo'-ks of unut
terable admiration, about Sergeant Rich
ardson and Corporal Wobey, of the U.
S. colored regiment, who had carried the
colors of their regiment, and been the
first men in the works."
Cairo, June 24. On Wednesday, Maj.
Brestow, on the 25th Kentucky, with two
hundred mounted infantry, attacked
Hall's guerriilas at Morganfield, Ken
tucky, and soon routed them, killing
three. The enemy, over three hundred
strong,, scattered in all direction. 'No
The guerrillas are becoming bolder ev
ery day and are pursuing a moast mer
eiles conscription, especially in Union
settlements. They have already sent
forward more recruits than they are able
to arm and equip. They con tinue to
ana-jy parsing boats, but do little damage.
On the loth we pass;d through the
Court House, and inspected the splendid
and tcrnr.dat le works which Lee had the
honor to construct and Grant had tha sa
gacity to flank. Line after line extended
for miles, the last line which Grant did
not favor Lee by attacking being the
raort formidable of all. They consisted
of high breast-works faced for rods by
abattis of fallen trees lying in every con
ceivable direction. . ...
We were informed by the landlord cf
the hotel that both armies "haditthre
hot and heavy from the S.h to the 21st
of May, when they both left by parallel
roads, and he'd be dogged if he knew
which went first." The walls of the ho
tel, court hous and churche were all
bored through and through with shot and
shell. Correspondent with Sheridian.
MARRIED, On the 19 h, by the RaT. S.L. Col
lini, at the residence cf Wb. S. Hashes, Amos T.D,
Hughes and Martli a E. Robbing all of this con? ty .
Richard E. Case, Plaintiff,! Pefora D. C. Sander,
aint V Fx-cf5cioJafticef the
Phillip IIorraian,DefeEd&t Peace, Nemaha eoantj,
Oa the 26th day ef Jon, a. 4., 1854, nail Janice
Usaed as Ordtr cf attarhiaent in tha a bora actios,
for tha iim of aixtj dollart.
Brtmmlla, Jcaa 25th, 1514." b-t5-8
GEGVESTEEN & CO
Tb- fectiea cf the Public nl tie. tti U i-ri: I U cur S S.-T-U 7 Octu.
Fartc, wbich ferve'eme trd j-urltj tf fe,;s9 ar "r::,.:: 1 ijzj.r.t!To cli ?a
cocU;n all tba mod iicrrcveais:,Ff?:cb, Grin.. ei:cs, ur? I u., If, a Frsy,. o,t
A- ,and ea.-h iztrtiest b2 n.id us ler t': f enc-nil iar:ri.:-a tt Mr. J. U. ,r.7.. taA
bad & jractlcal perii!e cf oTer CO jer: in thir cicu.'.t;ure. u f-.I arr3e:-i j, i7 ' '.
Tlie "Grovesteca riano Forle -
orerall others at;
ICES 'o. 1, Serea Octave, roar I ccrarr?. Ti?
Ko. 2. Sevsa Octave, rent i c.rLc.--. Horc
SeTea Octave, rccad core :r, Uo--w
. To all pr. ru i nay cccra :
io:L"2 ii eerily given tb..tl wilt sell to tbebi.f-.-e.t
bMder f'r c4?Li. tbe fvllowiri roJ ei:;e : i ;
nor il 3.1 it ca
rtcr of tc:ica tuiebir U
slip tanner 5 rarrs 11 ei; sa! t t'ie
liiowEville cn th915th of Jalj. IS U. U
Clock. P.M. -MAlil tiAni.l-'A-i.
ick. P. M.
- - .
OF NEW AND WELL-SELECTED
Rwil b r!
$ 3 1 ' ' i' 9 i
Jait recelrel at
JOHN A: PONIi'S
C EC E -A. 3?
DRY GOODS AND GROCERY ST0UE.
The Latest Style of Ladies'
Fancy Dress Goods,
Summer Sbawls, Ha?, e'.
Dry Gocds, Groceri "
Hats, Cars, Boots. Shoes,
Iron, NailsFlour Biccn.
Furniture,' Sish Dcors
Window Ghss, etc., tt:.,
WLich he TT'lfSvIl'"
TTlers vers existed ii:trui:nU froa th be?t ciitM'f I -r:.'.f3ji).p j , .
iJtn-SJ 8ni:e 1- : ai"1 B - 4"e "' a 4 i unr:',
silver t.lA, fctl, of wtkt raaba ei at oar .rs-r-K.
Ut tb itu-cuac:i.n of iacjrovvrc-ntiws as-.'.I ra re permit Fiaa Forte,
larIy, yr'nh strict.' casa sjites, ars enabhd to cL?r tlea iz:nx.izU ai aprko bL
cheap v.fqr qasoI!;,:-:;:,:;-'-':
. - ' . j iZid-- a.? i'-- Id.:-. I
C'i and eximlno Lis sk lef rc r-a'.
Er wnville, Juns 2i:h. 'Zi.
STRAYED OP. STOLEN !
Frr-ra tbo u v r.lr, titinzrn th? Li'tl-i N nt'.;.i
hTii ,aV.-lt iil TV&TS tit. bt r.sd ib l.i-Lril-l
cna bind f n 1 t;:- U.-,t-i 11 its 5 vs.- t
.Ii.bivT mih i A3? ijf-.fraHii-ia i vi','.l'
!ad to ileir recovery wi.i li a r- tv r"irr "s t j
June 17;b. t-S.4. nti-vS-Ii i
to oil wnoi it rai concern, n. tic n hrc-y p j
Weer Asrri.l.:r -t .f :Lo tstai? cf .?r.!r; v .
la: it Xe-.!.i. i C'.uvr, 3-.t tii M :--:.v ?.
ly tf Jnaei3 '.-d ti
D C. JAVj'l ' Pr. ')-.
BrwaTiI, Jan? 3D. ISCi. . ii .3J-;,i I
AS" are c:.r -- r r-y.-
3k i.t G-L"--:ei an!
ware. TfceirG is aa Prices will suii ererytM-.i- "
WET T. EncVet. CLsro,. Sieres, Hn Trj;.(
CiotLes r.uj st:1 Cj.sti .-ap
J. W. fl-jn.prbiT:r.? een iRvirM l.m:-5:-3-r
of the E.--3ief Frsr.e: n. Be'-" uf the u;i5tf 0'
Pivar e. y ctrr.iki Tirritory Je o-e!, bji ent're
Ly rivea to a:' rcr. h iris c!i;ua asaiis' ..:j "s-
late nive :C2i rr, o e n tietfSca cf tl Pr
jTiJsecf P."s-h.-? c.tr.tT.N. T .cnor te.'ore il ii:b
isjot X3Tx&er. a. d. i&vi, tie lis tlrtei.is:
II. G I.OKE, Prha'e Jb
Pawnee nty, Xiy9.b, a d. IS!. nS7-vS-4;-p.l
T3AIIA Ttl. K-gi WabtorU, Heele -?, Ca.:a.-as
CaI4 aaa Wte:bir.-owi
At LIcIiiughlin .t Swan's.
T3iPO?.TANT t Smoke s: Tut. fcfpt i-ortoeat of
J- Sni i tin; Tobacco, Cigar, Pipes, Sieap, i.c. 1 lo
At IcLanghlia Ii?u-aa,n.
Toall srtTi it nT c -ce-a. Qftico is fc-?oy jririi
thattnerehis teea ipr.liiiti. n na:c t . pr
C art "f Xem .t:a Couuiy, f.r tbe appoint .:.! of in
Ji:u:r,; ri: r cp -a .ba cf J.tojei O-a : 1. 4.
ce.-i-tHj. ana t:a: M .n.Jv. tte 23th d.-y.f Jui,.
at l u'cKS, p. j is tne time eei to t.-ar tud ueter
cine said cppiicj:i n.
D. C. S.-1-Vr.EP.S, Prtiate Jul-9.
a oTaviiie Juco ii, Jnoap.i
-r aud Tl.m, DresUai. ?:it ail 2na
Cooii. ' Wjiea Pjcket c mi. T bixj Pj ::ej
At ."IcLauhliu i Srra:i.
T5y rirr-e cf aa f-EeriUua an! T-i.-r ?
n: r the Pi.-tri.-t Conrt cf tbe Coontr cf Xem,r:
Sicr.acf siicaatyi w.iu
tbe T?rri-ory of Nebraska, and t lj directed as tie
.acf sl CiaatT, I will.
OniIoma3thelUh4J9 of Jul,. 1S64.
o'c ock p ci fat d.iy, rer f r ca'e at putlic arr.
tion, at tee rto-ir of tbe B rows ri lie Honse. In thrritT !
rf B.-i. woTiile, In -ai l county cf Xeuiiha. ttzt tt.n't j
tehote. ia which the last tern of ai ! cmrt w, '
teH. the f . l!owia decribe! r!-ta!e, 'o-wi; ; i
hrndret and ttirtv -13 ) fot off of the K.vt rrt or j
Lo'.s nemtercire 9 a'dten (10) m Block neuter nil ;
.V. - . . a ra ..... t J 1
.u cue k.-.j 1.1 ,wnviii, in lae caia:jti
Keciiha, j;.d Temtrr of Xcbraka ; a i rrere'tv
teinc mure lully deirribel is toll.sr. tu-wit ; t e.a".
r.in at ttie n.na-ea?t c-jraer of sill 1 t nTim nr r.iae.
runniest theuce wet one hanlrd a d tHrty fprt 15!,
feet, thence ttutb niaety o teet tiince -. crJ
hundred and thirty (130) tee;, thence north int !t fK)
feetta tha placed be-uainj; S4:d property ha. iq
be-n heretofore attachea ai the prcve-tj of tbe de
fendant asaa actiol ia aid court. we-ria Wni. U
H.K)Ter was p' .inna and ear?e U. X;t a i def a
dant. aal now rd:ed to be told w saiify the Jaiz-
taeiit rendered in sai lac -ooa ,
GiTen tider nay hand. tby 8ih d.'r Jnr.e. A. D
164- . W. G. ULlS iO vr, Se trf
Taken np by tie snbicribeT cn hi prtm:$e3 in towa
seven, north f racge two, evst, Siinecnr.ry, ?,e:raii
ka, a :e 16;h d3y ef Ur, 1S64. ne bTo-rn nare
mu:o, sixteea hanii h:?h. a) bad on vha tazea s:p
a leather halter, and cadi: and barney niari Si
is abvutteven years old, ai.d tat de-1 wiih letter --
on left Lip. Tne owners can obtain sd prcj erf-r fcv
omplyiiig -iih tha oi:ay lar.
JcnelO, S6i, Ji pd
SALT by the b.rret or waud, fine Da.ry Slt, lit
At IcLauhlin .t Swan'.
C1X PrniU, Oysters, Currants, Nets, Layer Rairins.
At UcTjaiishliii Si 8 wan 'a.
CIT20X, naca, spica, pepper, fiage?.. Daises, Cls
namon, etc., etc, of best qaality -
At IIcLatisaila ft Siria'a.
I I V
receive -i, liiz litat st awarjc
- V5i p.'ass
Tvd &jtv nialiia 5273.
rd LcuiiSU J-I ). ifi j -
arvSJi fU13, ti td ti 1 '
-en tn t an a;-:':;i-!.-. :.
in the Pr.bita Cjr . f.-..
: lev, dec i ar.d that I st :; ;
i Oi" June 1 iCi, 8; 1 . C'';h k a. 3,j-
to heir sa
-D. C. SANIK: Frh:;;.
3i.-t;trav j,:e. ;a.v :u
i i' i i in Tr n .
h I 1
! b-a-sth'v j : !e aarl Pe-a. Hin8T;-;t:.ir
j trice 'ai c.si B'nr'-a yo:r C'ri .o
I up. F-.-r pft.fa:- e-; t J. w.l
cr J. vr t,A.z b.'v iv.:;.
i A S;:e-::i a-.r:r-t of tl.z'f.: in
-it- i Uc'x u& ;a-r? r. -..
T ' -. - T . . ...... If -', ' , ' m.
ten'.;, e i: , .
! " '
' Jb-'th? in Turs. Wo-,!:.;.
cn riar.tr. Fo.-.Is. An: -v..
ijl,' f : Ti 1 i,.
'iA'-j t ::!; ' r "...
r - -
' t W'h'-' -!'. i-i a. 1 r?1 -it. l
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.-tti'.a" ra..; -j i a.
L t e .
11 I ti l'i;Vti
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1. ?a rlr
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I "Tii- Frv4 t.V il-r ba
i t.lj 3 ( rv.r-. or ' 'i-'J
;r: - o:i. f .
Fevfis z" ?--'. r oa -.;. -J
b-r.is';" toV.h?r? Li cm? I' ' 1,:
WLea SUrery ciej i.her ' t'"
Frc-n2Ar. Gc-1 b.s "xs-a; ' V. i.:'-- "'1
St of i r?c ior-,"
I'rii'e only 5ctnta i.?, 53 cct'J
per lCJftort.vl rent. ,
HO SACZ T.M ICS r
TKE L'-te: KirSe: p''r ? 1 ' r c v'4
A Le a
Lave ir-rtnnt cf ?.isei 12: "' 3-
Wholesale . and J
j T' - . , mr-K .i
! Sr.t or. ( ?
lj A'j, JC'c
( w M a.u.
K'. Jt;. R-cfi t:.f !ir-t
L-a-u r. an-i C.2 r ever c're 1 ' -.
t.l sa'.i -.eoi aa l-.w as ij 53 '
Main Street. R"5'
Feb. 4, 5 1 j!t.
HATiONAL CLAIM -:
o x. l. i
coll r: c
r i- -
ITA-tT-Ti OVI.T.V3. y ,t
The ab-.e nenrin! S'-a ,TS eJ ....
J:-f ;;!-.-h: rf the f,-pj-
1K t -y. p .-rr i: c Pe-.ai"u.; t
I .- ;.-.' i-t w.t.e i s-.Tf-- : ,
ci .i:u-pr..ec ii.-U a ....r '
:;a.-ecliii. a4.;a-t t ,"'1J"'," '
.:iye s.a a cail at '-iU Ci.i, ---'.'j
ie. tiou pai l Ka L a--..!.' la t
J.!itiC!i:-nf. AJ-.-ue.freJ. K 7el-
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