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Should Jeff. Davis be Hung?
Tbe fata of the arch traitur, tha muter,
spirit of tba rebellion, will record prece
dent fraught with incalculable goodoreril
to posterity. It con Uini a, germ which
. will produoe eitb.tr sweet or bitter fruit in
abandanoe. Hence the responsibility which
net a poo the government is of e charac
ter the m!t solerrt) and far-reaching in la
eSsCs- Its course should be directed bj
the dictates ot pure and impartial jutticst
Its de:ibera lions should not be.tuliied by
le spirit of revenge, nor ht final j udgmenl
, . InSuencei by sentimental mercy.
Though the present generation are so
familiar with the awful contrquenoes
rebellion that an example may cot foe
. .. pecsa-fcry to deter them from , a repetition
of its horror", yet a lime must come, in the
diitant future, when tbe events of wnicb
' we have been the witnesses will be known
. . only through the medium of history.
Hany of the acts of cruolty and barbarism
. which are cow "as iamiliar as household.
words," will either pass into oblivion, or
become neutralized by conflicting bistort
an. some giving credence to .Nortbern,
. and others to isouthern account s to
leave the minds of many readers in a stale
Of uncertainty as to whether tbey ever
occurred at oil. A halo cf romance, too,
will have gathered around the brave
- deeds of both loyalist and rebel. Then, if
. It shttll become ine duty of history to por
tray the remaining jears ot Jeff. Davis'
liie, as an exile in fjnin land, surruuod-
ed by every cm ort and luxury, and court
ed by troops of friends and admirers, the
enormity of his crime will naturally be
mitigated' in ibe opinion of thousands by
the pei fact respectability and decorum ot
bis private lifd Well meaning people will
thine thai to exemplary a character in ati
the relations ol private lite, may have been
unfortunate or deceived, but that ha . con
ciontiotuly believed in the justness of his
cause, thatbis motives were pure and pa
triotic, and that be seriously supposed the
rights cf the South endangered by tbe
elec.ion of Abraham Lincoln. Iu this way
fynipainy lor tbe man will begnt clemency
for the crime. ' Han cf unscrupulous am
bitkm, to whom an immortality of iiifany
,,hi- u. that .mduain.ma.hMi obltv.
ion which is the lot of the generality od
Saantuid, will see nolLirg in snch a career
to deter them frum endeavoring to imitate
bis example. The existence of Jefldrson
Davis, but for bis treason, tbey will say
would be known only to tbe occasiona
aearcherof musty Coagressionalrecords, as
a, Senator from the State of Mississippi, ot
respectable abi ities and questionable mor
&lity in roa'.ters of finance.
We think - it a mistake to
furiDose that the annihilation of
slavery has removed every pretext upon
which to found another rebellion. Self-in
terest, one of the moe. powerful passions, is
common to all men, and to all periods
C . t win nt hankinir tariff tttTPC m . n ll
factures and agriculture will be used by
unprincipled ajjitators for their Own eleva
tion to power, as well as to create jealousy
and diff irences c f opinion between the d if
ierent sections of tbe Onion, and also with
the general government.
It is, well understojd that the msst of
mankind in this, as well as ewry other
civiliz-d country, have nei. her the time,
patience nor inc ination to investigate for
themse'vas evdry important question that
st-ises, and that they take their opinions
especially in politic, from certain organs,
or men who from their knon ability are
generally recoQ:z)l as leiders. The
statements wni h tbey endorse are in mat
es out of tan taken by the people .upon
Credit. In a word, tbty are the moulders
of public opinion,' the educators' ot
Sue t -k M-uuvm w MK.wu sunt
all parts of tba Union will j be
equally prosperous under-the most wise
. 1 I I . ...... fl Ka Awn.n.A .1. .
and beneficent system of policy that i
Id th ' pi war of man to devise. Those
parts which languish will be more or jless
ducoctsBf-i and anxioas for change, end
Con.uently in a c edition to be influenced
by unpriniijiled demsgogues.
If" on the other band, J ff Dvi (ball.
after a fair and impartial trial, be convict
ed of treieon, and euSer the ignominious
death due to a traitor, hii very nana will
be regarded by potterity with abhorrence
The most wily and ambitious plotter will
Tecoil with horror at the idea of following
tuch an tximple and meeting such an end.
"Would tbe memory of the traitor Arnold
hn to universally detested by the people of
ta3 country, if be bad : been cap' ured,
tried, on victed of treason and then ban-
hhei by Wathington 1 They would pom-
- dude that there were extenuating ciroum
stances known only to that great and food
man which, in bis opinion, lessened' lh
traitor's guilt ' 1 .-. , .:
" Su'ih a sentence in tbe case of J' ff j Da
vis, wou d," indeed,' merely cotnamma n,
under the -auspices of tbe tovernment, too
o'l tct he bad in view when interrupted bv
the unaeas inable visit of Col Frilclard
Posterity will say, that the' death peaalt,
would nQt haVd been remitted in bis Jcase
but tor reasons which jistifled such a course
The moral ii flience cf death upon' the
(caff old, as a Com nun- criminal, wouli be
much more. ptent and enduring in. its
effiO'4 tban death in the oourge of nature,
as the exiled President of the Confederate
Btates of America, and surrounded by all
the pageantry of woe.
Had Jeff Davis succeeded in making. his
escape from the country, before tbe 'mur
der of Mr. Lincoln, the people generally,
we think, would aDprove of leaving bim
to hieown o cscienoe, and the judgment of
mankind. But now, since Providence has
placed him in the power of the Government,
riankhment would be considered a virtual
cotfreeion, on our. part,- that ; bis crimes
were, not of st ffluient magnitude tot war
rant the extreme penalty of the JaW-i. It
would be an indirect acknowledgment that
tbe danger of punishment is diminished,
bv the greatness 01 jue prune,
In a word, we bope this generation, will
place upon record the valuable doctrine of
Lord Btoon, that ttnga ireawn at not
written in trial wnen me oooy njivutetn
the Impression should iO aw&y." j
Modification of the Amnesty.
It has been proposed in the Cabinet to
modify the Amnesty Proclamation sp si' to
exclude from its beneflts all rBCe.il whose
property is valued at ten tboosaad and up
ward. This jiodificalion ftill increase the
exemptions to one hundred and thiny-one
" thousand. On the twenty tbousano rjonare
basis tbeproperty-of only tbfjty five tbons-?'
I 1 U k. K.KlA lA fl 1.' ' i.'.T.
anu reoeis wwi w jj u
calculating on the basis of the Taluslia:of
property in the South w 1860, and treat:
Jug Blave property n extioguiahed.; "The
proposition has several warm advocates in
tbeCabinet, yet it is doubtful whether any
mod fic alien of the proclamation will be
made. ! '.-i ....
"When J-ff Dtvit bad a petticoat oa, he
was like most c f the rebel railroais not
A DAY IN RICHMOND.
The Location or lebmssi The
Burard Itiwirtel Ix blian Prteea
lor r-aildina- tola s.ibby fwtu , m-11s
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hqasreasd MoDnmeatH-staie House
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RICHMOND, VA, May 30, 1865.
Editors 'L dik: H cbmond ii built
on i6Veti bifls,' and its City Fathers hive
shown their good sense by not attempting
to grade the streets, to a dead level, Like
those of Baltimore they are easily kept
clean, and the' residence portion of the city
presents avery neat, boaio-like at pect The
houses are generally rquare and suns tan-"
ti illy built, without extravagance of orna
ment, (nd the jnsrds and gardens look wal'
kept and inviting Snade trees abound,
and the pavements and side-wallu are in
vsry Cul condition. . Out if the burns dis
trict but ftrw marks of war and tbe pro
tracted siege are to be seen, save in the
general quietnets that reigns, the m irked
absence -cf-white male- citizms, and the
.requeni senauels in blue.
Hot so along the river, canal, and whut
wssv formerly the business part of itich
mood. -' Here the retrealirg rebels left a
broad tract of devastatiot . By order of
(General Breckinridge all. the bridges, most
of the immense warebjtues, some of the
famous aoiiring mills one of the de
stroyed towering thirteen stories bigb on
the river ,ront and the business blocks
and dwellings compactly built on all the
streets back to Capital t'quare, were laid
in ruins. Many acres were one sea of
flme, and but for the timely arrival and
energy of our troops in arresting the work
of cettruction,'tbe entire city would have
shared, whether decervsdly or not, a Sodom
ite fate. .The ruins cover an area larger
than the main business p rr'.ion of Cleve
land, the only building unathed btiae
tbe fire proof Custom House built by
Uncle Sam, and already bearing his sign
of "fint Rational Bank." The property
wantonly destroyed by tbe rebs amounts
to many millions, and Breckinridge is bit
ter y execrated in Richmond. His incen
diary torch beggared a host of citizens, and
will grea'ly re.ard tbe prosperity attend
ant upon peace. At yet only a fe
gangs of negroes have been set to cleaning
bricks and removing rubbish, and but two
or three small, temporary buildings have
been put up. B)buudiug must go on very
slowly, as the owners ot real estate are
unuut means, ana seem to nave Deen
insane idea that Aortiern
capital will rush in to cover the burnt dis
trust with greenbacks and grand edifices.
Lots in eligible locations, s.lil buried in
ruius, are held at higher prices tban the
same lots, with bui'ding were before the
war. We met to day some heavy Clt-ve-
dand capitalists who had b-en lot-looking,
and tbe beet offer thy could frit in desir
able localities was land at one tbousind
dollars per foot lrontl Ooe I t cf fifty feet
front was bald - lor sale at $50 000, a d
another of twenty five fet at (25,000 1 Of
course tbry mace do in vestments in Kicn
oond real estata Eastern capiuli.ts have
been looking round bere with like rrsiiits.
' In sitfht seeing, tbesteis of the "Yan
kee" aaturally turn to Libby Prison and
Gwlla TbunOer, located in tbe vicinity of
the river below the burnt d strict. Libby
Prison before the war was a very large
tooacco wan nouse, oounoea on all sides by
streets, conscqaeutly without any jard
room.' Tbe first stury of the river tronl is
quite damp anJ dartt, wi.h cobble sicne
wd dirt fl loriog.' One large division of
this basement was the prison cook room,
tbe filthiest of kiichens. Across ibe base
men rear are prisoa pens of rough boards
so foul arjd disgusting as to create a shudder
mentoring. " rrom oneot toeselhe infa
mous Dick Turner, a cruel keeper i f Libnv
in rebel times, ws aided by Coiifederaies to
escape by removing an iron window bar
wbicn supaialed niu Irom the back street
on a level with the seootid story cf tbe
pn-on. Hi was one ot tbe most brutal
in the murderous treatment ot Uiiion
pri'ooera, and every tflort to retske i'u n-
er and put nun duck on' the same fare he
;vt others, his so lar proved abortive.
Visitors are permitted to inspect every
portion ot xiinoy except me room occu
pied by Judge Oold and Captain Htcb.
tne rebel Commissioners of hxobange of
prisoner , the ouly persons now c naoed
(beret ' everything goes to col fir an ibe
tales of horror so often told by tbe surviv
on of Libby.-. And yet we bays beard
intelligent '"gray backs" in B cbmond as
sert that tbe. starved prisoners there bad
precisely the same rations as the Confeder
ate soldiers, and Mat they were as humane
ly treated as rebel prisoners at the North I
JBHie munoer is nus so large as Lioby,
bat presents similar barred windows and
repulsive prison . iook. . V lsilors are ex
clude I, the Oastle being' now used by ti
Coiled- btates military, authorities for
joil purposes. Castle Thunder and Libby
Prison-are located -in a business pari ot tbe
city on frequented Ihorouieniaree, and tne
shocking oubdition of our poor boys must
Dave Deen generally a-nowa to in people
ton "en as tne reoei oimiiais-
- Belle' IsUnd, the oiher slaughter pen, is
m toll vie ft dm the city, and also from the
rebel Capitol, rrom the Hail of tbe rebel
Congress: 'Jeff. : Davis, ' Vice President
Stephens', and Memo-re, could look direct
ly upon tbe unsheltered and starving thou
-ands who sickened and died on belle
Island. The locality is at the foot of the
tails ' in ' James stiver, and the up-
pir portion .i tn uiana is elevated,
pleasnt and bsallhy. 1 F om all ibis p r
lion tne Union prisoners were rigorously
excluded by rebel guards and guns, and
were buldltd tugetoer on toe bat, sandy
point peiow tne mil, a aiicu cut across be
idc the 'dead-line. - The records of B eh
mond prisons, written in blood and sealed
with death, will stand in ternole judgment
against treason ana Iraliors lorever.
t-apitol cuuare, its aionnaiecu, bta e
House, and Uovernor's Mat si m, is a p nut
ot Deauty ana interest, ine square covers
tbe rounded summit olabilloviioi.kii'g he
valley ol me James ana much or Kicb
mind. Its monuments do ir-dit to uld
Virginia taste and pride. Tne central
oue is in front ot the Capitol, and is a sub
stanlial pile of granite surmounted by a
splendid bror zs equeBtrian statue of Waen
ington, the best iu tbe Union At proper
distance below, six granite pedes tats sur
round tbe centre Dgare. ' Jn tnreeof these.
in appropriate attitu es, stand fine hrunse
sta.lues of tlenry, - Hason and Jrurson.
Patrick Henry faces the West directly in
front of Wasbir gton, nd 'is giving utter
ance to one of his grand outbursts of patri
otism. Mason, a distinguished Father of
the Staff, fronts the Capitol with a volume
of tbe oneiiiutton and Laws in his hand ;
and Jtfi'-rson stands' next, bis face marked
try deep thought, one hand nearwgibe pen
and the other tne- immortal i claraiion
i f Independence. ' How could VirKinians
plot treason DebeatB -sucn ane .si nres
encesl It 4s dfsined 'to fill embcf the
pedertils With ein.ilar s tati.es of Ibe most
j . . r . v. ii iL.l.i
deserving: biws w ms n'uiius iii, asu
also mill lower and more numerous range.
Tra Momrment is one of happy oommemo
Tativetboogbl, and w&cn fally completed
ill be eminently woriny ol mereaeemid.
regenVa'.ed and dinlbniJJed Common-
-wealtb. ' In tbe Cauane, west of the main
monument, m a very Hoe maro.e statue ot
the Great Commoner cf tbe Union, Henry
Chyv Tnouen dead, be yet speaks in re
buke of Kb recreant fellow-counlr men of
tne Booth; - '.
The old Viritmia State House, which the
rebel leaders labored sozwlously to elevate
to the dui wtv of the Confederate CapitoL
js almost god forsaken looking ediflce out
side ana u.: It. bas been the St Cige of
anelean beasts.- When built it must nave
eeestan imp wing siruc'.ure of the Oay, and
tee pnos oc me prouu cavaiiura woo gave
laws to the "poor whites" and stripes to
tne cooier blacxa. .Sow all is dilapidation
and dirt. The carpets are rags, tbe floors
decayed, the des ks defaced, the doo-i dt fl ed,
the curtains disfigured, the Speaker's chair
striDDed of its covering, the stairs ricketty,
and tbe galleries slrowa- with papers and
rebel doCun.ec te.- TJJe rebels evidently had
do time to put their "douse in order," for
there are no signs of repairs or use of the
punt brusU under the bloody reign of se
cession. ' Like tbe Confederacy' lEisr Cap
itol is a sbell and nothing else. - '
In ascending to. the rooi through a
dirty, unfinished garret, piles -of United
ritates Congressional documents and Uon-
federate Journals and Laws are to be. sean
and specimens of fine heavy paper bearing
tbe Englisn crown mark, the fruits trf'
blockade runnii g by "neutrals," lie soil
tared about. Tne stars and stripes .now
float from the Capitol's fig staff, and the
panorama of the city, country and river
from the foot of the staff is truly Charming
The Old Dominion early made proper
provision for tbe comfort and cheer of her
Cnief Magistrates during their officii I so
j urn in Richmond. T e (Governor's Man
sion is located on Capitol Sqdare, separated
by a tasty iron fence, and has deiigb'.ful
surroundings of shrubbery, fljwers walks
and garden Tbe mansion is large, well built
and furnished, in good repair and, admi
rably fitted or dispensing the rites of hos
pitality. The rebel Smith has given place
to tbe patriot Pierpont, and ijstead of
Confederate insignia the front entrance is
now decor ate 1 with wreaths of evergreen st
flowers and Union fltgs, and over all' a
portrait of Washington. Ought not the
great State of Ohio to furnish a suiiabe
ii vernor's Home in her flourishing Capi
tal ? ..'-...
Bicbmond so grows upon acquaintance,
that must devote another letie to sight
J. A. H.
FROM OUR NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT.
Clot lim .long- sismI whart-Tsie Wrens
sirruroa Frlrr ooper rmuuj Ferm
. -Jinnthol ssorrsr, ce , I
[For the Cleveland Morning Leader.]
There are questions being agitated to
which we must give bead, sooner or later
Tnere is little use in running blind, full
tilt against aaei, wben we might prevent
the smash up if our eyes were only open.
Like the ghost of . Hamlet's father, these
facts will come into our presence, an 1 we,
like Horatio, must speak to them. "What
art thou? I charge thee, speak.'.' These
facts are what Bev. Mr. Frothingbam (see
Journal of Progrett) would call "spiri
out of prison." Perhaps tney had better
be "spirits in prison" let us see. In tbe
Ltaes if Life, so called, a paper published
somewhere iu tbe western part of New
Toik State, there is published a call in the
May number, for a "drees reform conven
lion," to be held at Rochester some lime in
June. Koch ester is the city so famous for
'knockints, table tippings," and floods.
It is supposed thas Hannah Thurston, the
strong minded woman of whom Bayard
Taylor loves to wiHe, will be present; also
Mrs. Bloomer, Mrs. Jeff Davis, and "Old
Buck," of Pennsylvania. ' The ol ject of
this tall woman's-obort-clotbes indignation
meeting, to express it in as few , words as
possible, is to allow women to wear clo.hes
as near like those now worn by men as
public opinion will tolerate.
A lady was arrested in this city, cot long
since, for wearing the new, short- female-
male dress. But it turns out that tbe po
liceman didn't know what be wag about
wasn't posted as to tbe direction of the
tide in these matters, and so be was dis
missed from the service. Thus you will
see that even Gotham is rubbing its eyes
open to fscts as they actually exist.
At the recent festival . of the Rational
Unitarian Convention, held at the Acade
my cf Music, in New ' York, Mr. Peter
Cooper, sb its President, repeated some po
etry, amorg other things, saying:
'Ey fcalure's walk', shoot foil? as It flit.
Ad carcli in tuat.Be sllvin, a-ibiy ri;
Laugn wbsre wa mast, bseaadid a-a.ra can
Following such notable advice, we must
laugh a little at the late sudden turn and
wonderful impetus givm to the dress re
form movement by tbe late President of
the So called'' (ee Earl EusseU s speech)
Southern ' CoMederacy. A lady Irom
Waxhirigton writes: "Jeff is already pic
turel in our streets with. Mrs. Jffs skirts
on I " Barnum, who makes a picture gal
lery or ine outside ot nis museum, nas al
ready hoisted to tbe public gzs a large
canvass oi "air. uavis in nis wiles Harm,
rushing through the woo s, hotly pursued
by U'cle Sam's boys in buet And the
Mew Yo k Times, in an editorial, very nat
urally cone u ik that Mrs. Davis is now
the "so called" President, since, if her bus
band woars the skirts, the breeches most La
left io her. Can we wonder that the Lava
of Life b out with a call for a dress con
vemion? "Eye nature's walks," says. Mr" Cooper.
We have been scouring the city pretty well
of late, and amorg other notable ' persons,
we met, ai ur. cuows cnurco, ine vener
able P-ter Cooper himself, and his ?wife
Sarah." Mr. Cooper is a dried up, well
preserved old man of over seventy. ' His
hair is white and fliwingf be dresses in
ancient' style, and altogether seems to be
tne good h earieo, benevuleot man one would
tale him to be after visiting the Cooper
Union .uildings. Mrs. Sarah Cooper
is a i at, jouy lOuKmg oia dime, tne periect
picture oi eranamuiner ana good nature.
She hold ber head high, stands perfectly
straight, wears her gray hair curled, and
ores-es very neatly, ohe took hold of the
arm of " Peter, her husband," and walked
down tbe sidewa'k as bri-kly as an v one. -
Fanry Fern," of thi'New Yaik Ledger.
your correspondent saw Ibe other day. Sue
is acytbii g in appearance but lha sweet
fern she has chosen for a nom ? vlitme
Sbe was seand in her carriage with all the
importance if a queer, with a negro in
liverj on ibe box, and two pranciog'sceeds
in tronl. mere was a naagnty, lordly
air, tinged with a little sadness perhaps in
tbe expression ol. Ber lace; tnere was re
solution and firmne-s it would hardly be
well to step on Alias JCann) sloes more
tban once, one ha a fine bead of -waving
hair, a la sterling s Ambrosia advertise
mem ; a full, fleshy face, with very m kad
' Private Miles 0 Riley," whom the New
I iu. tteraia nas tried to mate out as so
smart ana funny, I met in a 'professional
capacity not .ong since He looks and
appears like any ordinary,, we l-tormed,
heal by mn of about thirty-five. Unfor
tunately lor him bis stomacn is bis weakest
spot and occasionally bis appetite get the
better ci nim, )usi as il did ot Douglas,
w easier, ana otner smart men.
1 bai the satisfaction of holding a long
chat with hobert Murrsy, , the United
Stales Marshal, who was one of tbe prin-
cipal men. who hunted out , the place of
B roth's concealment He is a very agree
able man to lata witn, wben not on ouly.
Dut woe to ine poor wretch, wbo. tails into
his bar ds as United. Slates Marshal I He
seems fl.ted by nature for jusi the position
he holds. His features are heavy and
roughly cut ; be has a short, thick neck.
aua a heavy under lip, which hangs down
be is a broad chested, stout man, s .lid and
Compact. As a gentleman be loves jewelry.
and wears a profusion of djaatonds, a
uawbivo wm;i hu tuaiii, buu Bsvsrsi trruB
1 took a walk down the east side of Fifth
Avenue tbe other, day,, meeting all tbe
wealth and fashion of, this Paris of the
Xiiw World. 1 saw .nothing so, .terribly
out of Ike wy in the matter of dres", if
ibe people could moid. to. wear.wnat tney
had oo, and everything seemed to indicate
that they could. But so ne people will con
tinually aeHatetbe-qaesrion. As the New
York Atlas s-.ys cf Air. .runups "Let
them agitate." Jf o barm can Goiue of it,
and the best way to spike ibe guns of this
dress question, .is la do as "Jeff. Davis"
has done! There hi no deBytosFenat there
is, and always baa been, bIucHm folly to
shoot" in this matter of fasbioo and its in
fluence over the health, morass ad com
fort and convenience of woman kiod. And
"cathina; .tbe manners . livti'g ,as 'they
rise it s squally true that some of the
Bochestar Dess , : Reformers- spent mujb
folly that should be shot at as it flies
Ujite a party of Cleveland .ladies are
stoi ping al the Si. Richolaa, chopping-, in
eluding Mrs. Hurl burl, Mis, Perkins, Miss
General Sheridan's Great Speech.
Oa Sunday, 'General Sheridan delivered
tbe following cbsawcteristia address to an
immense crowd of eothqsiasilr Civpiant.
and soldiers at Memphis : I '
' Boys, you must excuse me, You know
never Bi&k9 ipeecbet,' ,
FROM THE 177th. O. V. I.
Losses-Presentation to Colonel Wilcox
-Irregularity of Malls.
GREENSBORO', N. C, May 25.
DfTOBLiATjiBr' Every thing in the
"reek of woods" moves along as q iietly as
when 1 last wrote you The 31 Division
ef the 23d Army Corps ia still lying at
this point, eating their rations and loung
ing about camp, anxiously waiting for
something to "turn up." They all confi
dently expect to be at home by tbe first of
July, and are building huge paper castles
of what they'll do when once again en
gaged in the eivil pursuits of life.
'"Tbe 'mtb. has lost quite heavily by
sickness, 'since coming into the field, and
its men are scattered in hospitals from
Tennessee to North Carolina The effec
tive force of the regiment is only about
fonr hundred, while it left Cleveland in
October last with over one thousand men.
Few have fallen in battle, although tbe
regiment baa participated in many
The staff, mainly composed of "Old
Seventh" he oes, are all on earth yet, and
daily grow more popular with the men.
K pleasant lilt e affair occurred at dress
parade of lbs 177th on Monday evening,
which serves to show the estimation in
which the brave and gallant Wilcox is
held f y the regiment Through tbe
carelersness of the guard on duty Satur
day night, tbe Colonel's only remaining
horte was stolen irom the enclosure near
headquarters, and all efforts to find him
proved unavailing. So sooner were the
mef aware, of their Co'onel's loss than
tbey -resolved to procure him another. Ac
ubrdmgly, a paper was started in each
Company, and a sufficient sum subscribed
witbin an hour to purchase the entire
stock of User's livery stable, but as the
finest aoinals in the market could .be
bought for about $300, tbe boys were com
pelled to reduce their generous figures to
$100, that all migbt have an opportunity
to contribute. Tbe horse (a fine bay ) was
presented to tbe Colonel al dress parade,
io a neat little speech by Captain McDow
ell, (a well-known Clevelaoder) to which
Colonel : Wilcox responded briefly, but
feelingly. For lbs first time, probably,
In ike history c f presentations, tbe wbole
affair was a surprise to the recipient tbe
Colonel net having received the least inti
mation of it until the hour staled
The greatest irregularity prevails in the
mail facilities between Ibis point and the
Nortb, and should be early remedied. It
is next to impossible to get letters from
Northern Ohio, and I know several officers
in the regiment who have not heard from
tr eir families within tbe past two months,
although assured that letters have been
sunt The want of regular communication
with their fiends at borne, is one of tbe
ajldiers greatest hardships, and some
measures should be adopted to accomplish
tbe desired otject.
There being no news of interest to your
readers, I will not inflict a louger letter at
present, but should anything worthy ol
ints transpire in ibis section, will again
R. M. W.
The Second Ohio Cavalry.
," our correspondent
with this noble regiment, writes us from
' On Board ' Steamer Prima Donna, Ohio
River, June 2d, 1865," that tbe regiment
left Washington, via thr Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad and the Ohio Biver, for tt
Louis, on Tuesday last. It was ordered to
report to General Pope, and it is somewhat
generally believed among the men of the
regimen that it was destined to a weary
and comparatively ingloriius campaign
across tbe plains against the Indians. This
apprehension causes a general feeling of
disappointment among the boys, aa tbey
had hoped that in cot sideration of tbeir
long and glorious service an early discharge
would be granted tbem. Tbey are nit
without hope that the news of Kirby
Smith's surrender may cause their die
bandment ere their arrival at St Louis.
The recruits and "bummers" from Re
mount Camp bave swelled the numbers
ot the regiment to fully eight hundred
men. Colonel Nettleton is in command of
The Trial of Jefferson Davis.
The President, actuated by a just desire
to secure to all persons the privileges of
Constitutional law, bas acceded to Mr
Charles O'Couor's request for permission to
act as counsel to Jtfler.on Davis in bis ap
- Tbe Second Ohio Heavy Artillery bas
given the following vote on its choice for
J. u. OvX.
483 I fchenek
.jd I SUadman
The Workingmen of Europe to President
The New Yort Tribune of Thursday
. We have received from a London friend
the following address to President John
son by the International Council of the
Woikingccen ot Jturope on tbe assasiina-
tien of President Lincoln, which we pre
sume bas by this time reached its destina
tion. Aa nothing could be more appro
priate to the solemn observances of thii
day, we append the document, as follows:
To Andrew Johnson, President of the Uni
ted States :
Sib: The demon of the "peculiar insti
tution," for tbe supremacy of which the
-ouin rose to arms, would not allow bis
worshippers to honorably sucejmb in the
open field. W hat be had begun in treason
he must needs end in infamy. As Philip
Il.'s war 'for the inquisition ored a Gerard,
tbus Jefferson Davis' pro-slavery war a
It is not our part to cull words of sorro
and horror, while tbe heart of two worlds
heaves with emotion, liven the syco-
pnanis wno,year alter year.ana day Dy day
luck to to ineir Sisypnus wo'k ot morally
assassinating Abraham Lincoln and, the
great Republic he headed, stand now
aghast at tne universal outburst of popular
leering, ana vie witn each other in strew
ing nis roetoricai uowers on nis ooen
grave. Tbey have al last found out tnat
he was a man neither to be brow-beaten
by adversity nor intoxicated by success, in
flexibly pressing on to his great goal; never
compromising it Dy onnd baste; slowly
maturing his steps : never retracing item ;
carried away by uosurgeof popular lavors;
disheartened by no slackening of tbe pop
ular pulse: tempering stern acts by tne
gleams of a kind neart; illuminating scenes
dars wiin passion Dy ibe smile oi numor;
doing his Titantic work a humbly and
nomeiy as neavenoorn rulers do little things
witn grasaiKquenceoi pomp ana state in
one word, one of the rare men who succeed
in becoming great without ceasing to be
good. Such, indeed, was tbe mo eetyof
in is great ana gooa man mat the world
only discovered him a hero after he had
tal lea a martyr.
' ; fo bs singled out by the side of such a
chief, tbe second victim to tbe internal
gods of slavery was an honor due to Mr.
Seward. ' Had be not, at a time of general
hesitation, the saga ity to foresee and tbe
manliness td foretell "the irrepressible con
flict,?'' . Did be not in the daraest hours of
that conflict, prove true to th Roman du'.y
never to despaie of the Republic and its
stars?' We earnestly hope that he and
his son will be restored to health, public
activity, and well-deserved honors within
much less tban "ninety days," a'ter
tremerdous civil war, but which.
if we consider its vast dimensions and
its broad scope, and compare it to tbe Old
World s 130 years' wars, and 30 years
wars, and 23 years' wars, can hardly be
said to have lasted 90 days. Yours, sir,
has become the la-k to uproot by the law
what has Deen leiloa oy me sw rd to pre
side over the arduous work of political re
construct! in and social regeneration. A
profound sense of your great mission will
save you from any compromise with stern
duties. .' Yon will never forget that to ini
tiate the new era of tne .Emancipation of
labor, tbe American people devolved tbe
responsibilities of . leadership upon two
men of labor: the one, Abraham Lincoln,
the other, Andrew Johnson '
Thi CanTKii Council or thi Ihtirka-
TIOKAI, WOBKINOUENS ASjOCIilUM,
Lou Don, May 13 i65
[Sate follow the Signatures.]
For the Cleveland Leader.
THEY'RE COMING HOME.
- ' ass. a. s lisshak.
Th'j're coming back our gallant boys
- -Vtkaksboavaldaaa kosg ag; -jtU
h me aod ar iu quit-i joj a
To fce a vengeful, nub leu fo,
- tiff r hard-hip so4 d lease
Aad atiaarj la vesv ttm ;
So ld ty viator; end Pesc-t,
1 Our so dier bcy A.e c m'ng home,
O .r ga'l.Dt boyi a-e Cuming h ine,
ow r1 by victory n d iece.
Oar soldier boys are c.miog otme.
Let banner fly ai d cannons roar,
Aad be .t the spirit ittr log dram ;
8bout cheers OQ ch ers. the wide land o'er,
'IV g -art oar be oe bsv tb-y come.
And let our gt id. exal'am eo gi
Rise prindly up to.yra Moe dome;
While -cho stl t iaotria pr longi
Oar soldier bo) are oomiog bme.
Oar a bl- boys ere comiBtf borne,
- Oar prsci as rn-s are ocrning bome,
Wbli9choe til theitriin p-olonge
Our soldier boys are comlus home.
And tbos for hom the nai -a gr evee,
- Tie ol-s d dod th s'aughte-ed b area :
We'll -trip the Unn-1 o' Itt !ee.
To trailer o'er th Ir he'lowed graves
We'll shed for them love's te dereet tears.
We li writ' their samee io memory slome.
And somet me in the Tutor y a e
They'll say of as, 'The.'rec imlrg home.
Oar long lost friends a e com nn h-rme,
Ourd ling ones ere c.ming home."
They'll ajr of ain fntn eyars,
(tOjr oa-iear irieocs are coming home.1
The receipts of tbe Chicago Soldiers'
Fair, at Chicago up to Friday night, i. e.,
for the first three days, foot up it nbout
one hundred thousanddollars. Ago u prize
pistol is being voted, a la the New York
sword, to some one of our Generals. At
noon Saturday, the vote Btood : Eherman,
43; Sheridan. 88 j Grant, 22; Logan,-40.
McDevittof Indianapolis, the victor in
the recent billiard match with Goldth
waitbe, in. Cincinnati, has challenged
Lswis Fox, the billiard champion of Amer
ics, and Dudley Kavanagb, ex cbampin,
to play match games at bi.liards with him.
The Sword Presentation to General.
Mjir General lioker, who has been on
a visit to New York for a few days, return
ed to this city la-t Saturday, bringing with
him an elegant rword, pr-senled to bim
bile in that city. The testimonial is a
fl-rld oSloer's sword, valued at between Ave
and six thousand dollars, with the scabbard
and hilt of California gi l t, richly wrought.
Tbe hilt bleaes with diamonds, Ibe word
Union forever' and the initials "J. H "
and a spread eagle sparkling witn the bril
liants. On tbe sutbliard is engraved, "M-j-or
General Hooker, from bis fellow-oi Iz in
of .San Francisco. Calif raia, Dec 25, 1362 :
Williamsburg, Fair Uaks, blmdale, M.l
vern Hill, Bull Run, Germanlown, South
Mountain, Antiutam." aasUT Connes
made the presentation speech. Cincinnati
DISCH1EGK FK9M THE LACS,
TBI At CD A8 USUAL BY
DR. C.B. LIGHTHILL
Who Oftn be cootnlted at th folio IjgP'ftCM:
AT PAINE-iVILLE. LAKE COUNTtOHIO,
At the Pft-mly "oa , f om Taesnlij, Jane 13th,
a a ill Bturdy. Jut 17 h, lii.
ATEMRI4, LORA'N COUNTY OHIO,
At tbei H et H'm f otn June loth, ud
til Saiiudmy, Ja H h H.
AT MED NA, MLOIfU COUNTY, CHI1
At UeHmt'l to Fots-I, fr m roe.daj, Joaa 27th,
uiil etartiaj,eiaiy ut, ibo.
4t Rown' Fo'"t Oity Hcowi, from M-ndy(
July id. an II 9 .urdavy, Jalf Bth -my'.dw
B ntharity of th Secret. rj of th Treasury,
Uw vodml (caed.lhelenera. 8nbcrlption Agent for
iheClof CnttedSUtea Srearlclea, offeti to the
pob'lo ih third evrieri of Treury KotM, beano g
rreB aad thrwv4eotbi per cont. luterci'; pr annua
known aa the
These note aro lisaod aoder date of July 16,
186R, and ar payable three yeara from that data in
currency, or are oonTirtftl at the option of th
U. B. 5-20 Mx Per Cent. .
COLD BEAR INC BONDS.
These Bonds are worth a haLdKime premium.and
are exnpt aa are all the Goreraaient BoLd, from
Oountf, iaj Ifaaictpal (malum. vS.cA addsrom on
U Ou-e fr eewti pv aNttwa Io tkttr value, according
to tne rate levied upon rther property. 1 at iiiter
est Is pay able eemi-auDiial) tj Ounpooi attached
te- each uoie, vhioli Kaj be cat off and sold t any
bak or beoker. .
I He Interest Hi 7-30 peret. aiuonnlsto
One ('enl per Unj oa a 80 Mute.
TwsCenta : " 8UiO
' Ten ' "
0 ' .' " !
( ' tsvoo
otes cf alt denominations naDtd will re prompt
1 larbleb d opD xac Lyt of eutjecripiioris.
Th Hotel of the Xi l d Sorl.-e are pr. c lo j mil
iar iMiO-m aod priiirse to ttie Ten-lai tiel
Ireerry e-l'l, exempt Uat the GTeroment ceeer ee
te iieeU tbe qptioo o- pejiog intHreet la go d cttn
ttraretnt in teado' 7 S lOibe in carreoc; cur
.rib.rB wilt d dact tlie interest ia cr'nticr au W
July lots, at ibe suae wnen Ibej enbscribe.
Tuedellvtrj of tee aU "f -bis lh rd ee'les of
.k. ..-.n.rhirt a eill C -mrjie ice OQ the Ift of
Jo ue. a id will & mado piomptij and touli jOud.Ij
after thlt date - '
t .it. nt chare mad. la the conditions of tbie
a.un .itiLiKi arr.ic eon'v tbe matter of leter-
Mt, bepeiatent in gola.i. made, will b-eaiva.
lest to me e .mucj interest of the higher rate.
Thaietnra loepecte paymenia, in tae eroitof
.hich on t wi 1 tbe oi.ti .n to par iut.roet la Gold
be eiaiM of, would oo leauce aad equalise prices
Mat pnrchasee ma.ie with six lor cent In gold
would be fuUj enal to those made with on aud
tbr- tet-tbs per Cent, in cur eror. 1t.i. is
me Only Loan ln Mar kit
How ode'" by l he Government, and iu eoperior
dTentg-e maie it the
Great Popalar Loan of tha Pdople.
Laa tban f Sl'.utw V0U nf tbe Loan autborlted b
..i..tCanreas are now on tbe market. This
amount, at the rat. at wbich it is belia nbeorbed,
will a 1 be snbecrlbed fur witbin sixty daye, wben
tbe Bites will andonbiedlj c mxaad a prminm.
B uniformly teen Ae c tee on c'.oein tbe snb-
sofiptlooa to otber Loan".
Iu older, that citixeoi ol e.ery lown ana section
rth- eoontrr may be aBorded facilities for taking
the loan, the National Banks, Stat. Bants, and
Prirate bankers throngbout tbe country hate gen-
erallr agreed to 'ic-We inb.o.lptlooeat par 8ub-
orlbert will .elect tneir owe '
hate eonnlence, aod -bo..lJ are to be reeponslbl
the delivery of the nob lor wn-ou .n-j noeiT.
orders. -r -v- g-rinmr
O a. X WVifcm,
' ' ' gn' ecTlpMon Agent,
Vo. llSSonth Third stue Philadelphia.
Hay 15, 136o. -
Su'wcripUMis will be weiefdiy the
FIE8T NAiIONAL BASK,
irrnvn MATI01TAL BANK,
MEBCHAXTi' NATIONAL BANK,
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
HAT10NAL CITY BASK, of CleTeand.
Q.EO. A. BOYCB k CO," "
Succeeears to John Boyos k Boa,
Produce Commission Merchants,
e PEaab tafia r. w sou
Liberal advanoaf on coneitnme t.
keier to O laH BNri, MW -TOSKf and
Banbe gt-nerail. In I leelan . . ' ' I
er i oe aobecrtrier will .nroieb tenofle upon "P
plleatioa hK awraiaa arop-rt , aad aieke aaae aV
ranees on coBxigLUenla U tbeeb-jv-rlou-e .
a. J DtkttMO. ,
Office J. . Siramons To, '
myl."4 60 Mei-wtB -t., cileeeiand, '
tA uuiTaa, a. s. sbcxwitb, at. a. aiasa-.
fi. r. LKST< A CO.,
Storage and Produce .Commission
Hot. 48 aad 50 Hirer Street,
bo. w. eaansss. sso. a. soar, a.0. 'baibs.
tiiSDN EK,"bFeT tt C0 :
Klorage sa ProdBtee ,r
Propri4ora of th Unioa Railway ikup and
v. 1 (iraia lrTaton Btoraa capacity. AO,MMt
baahela. Oaatca an4 M axoboaaa adjoining tha
atlavator, . 4 .
o. m Mervli U CleyeUnd. 0.
Dealers in all klnda of Ocmntry Prodnoe, Agenta
for too Aalt Oumpaay of noaOaga." Bait aoid
aJwjaat tba Ooaapaay'a prtoaa.
8alt, Wfttssr L.ma, LTlunr. Grain, kc.t by oar
loada, receiTed or to be ataiped oa tha 0. O. a O.,
G. T , O. O. P or. I O. W., (oajrow
foage) Baiiroaia and taetr coBnecdooa, loaaao or
oaiuaded di ctiy la oar waxeauoae, aaing as
ponae of d raj age.
Mill ftiTt peiaosal atteotJoa to tha fl'litiff, of or
drs (or Fiodoce aud Meroiaadiee on Oottiatiaaioaj.
Liheral caah adraooaa made on couatiimrnts.
Wo ar prepaiad to roalTaad ahia-, ay Caal(
Laa or Bail, (wtaoat draya.a), Ut tBdstO'iae.
StaT a. Mvole. Lumber aod oorai FrvUbu af !!
ainda, haTin Uio CNLK ltKalCKti IX ItiJC
Ol i Y fur ihe traD.fer of aary Freluhu
Bafer to baaaa aud boataeaj men ftauexallys
PKLT0.1, F BMIU & t0.,
ANU . .
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers la - ' - - --
FLOOR, OB4IH, PIED. PR'iVlSIOBB, BALT,
WilISUU,Sc,lc , , -Areata
foi the sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron .Etna
All the diflerent Branca of whiea, fgetber with a
general aseoxtment of Ohio sad Indiana Vlenr an
oonetantly kept a aaad, la itarreia, Haif-xtarrels
and Saoka. .....
S0.IOVMTT8 KX0HHANG1, Pool of 8DPa
BIOE bTKSKT, CLEVELAND, O.
AGESTS FOR TBS "
Northern Transportation Co.'b
Line ol screw Steamers, ,
- To aad f roaa
OGDXS3BUBQ, CAPS Via CENT and OtiWXGO
- And tha
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COSTS
Property prompwly forwardod to hew York, boa
ton, aud ail poiuta taat or eat. wita die pa ten and
at the Loareet Rta of If retjht
Throah oontraoto giTea to all tha aHaalpai
lowua in w KnjK'and and haw York. mctaiil:KS
AGENT AND COMMUSdlOIT MLR
CUASI tor the tale of Plonr, Grain and all
iixla at Ooantrj Pradnoa, BricK WarahoBM, Mo.
94 Hleer straet, sear Bellman Aepola, Ult-eelaad,
r. a. babl. - w. a. btbaiqit.
I ABU, KTSJ16RT k CO.,
PnxiMt, tommtwaloei ak Forwms-dlag
tat the sale of Plonr, Grain, Prorieloas, Oram
Seeds, Butt-r, Obe.we Kgra, Hoae,, Fo
Utuea Beana, ttoariay, Graea aad
Urtul fruits, UresMd ttvfs.
Ac, Sc., Ac.,
So. 22 rront it , bet. Kata and Walzit,
Orders for all oeaenptione of rrodnoe, ProritioBe
and Orooeriee eolidCed ft itranoai on onnai jcnnarinia
MarKinn plaie. inraiahed free to regular ahippera
CtiiAUK 8A.i"OBD, -J
(baoceeeor. to Ulark A itockeBjIler,) .
rrtiae taatnUsloi Kercauata
in vuuu IB
fat rain. Itrwda, Flour. '!, Water Lima,
fiat ter. I'lmnif. Viaie, Uroustsl
Hutetr Md Dairy Mis.
80s. 39, 41, 41 and 46 Bitot street and oa tba Doak.
T. a. sabtou.
Provern reeeteed by BaHnad or Oaaai. for rel,
or Shipment. WIB rlTe oeraoaal atlawtloa te the
eale and pares aee or xTodnoa aad Stareaandlat OB
Liberal Oaah Advanoas made oa OoasdrnaiOBtB.
liefer to Brule Kaa aad Baafcan pa "'tf.
DOBKKT HANNA OO. Buooaa
LVr sans to Henna, Oarretaoa A Oo., Whoteaah
aroeera, Porwardln aad Oauaieatoa Bterohaah
ana ueaiers la rroaaoe, salt. Slab, sn, UeBtra'
Rxchanre, Dos lea aad 1T1 SlTer straat and pash
Olereland, Ohio. .
saw-Agents for the Olee.lsad. Detroit aad laar
4epe.w. Line n Htaamera. laaai
ron nm auji ,
rirOUB, GBATN. PBOVISI"B9, OBAV8 8ISD6.
if oi. 87 aod 89 XerwtB Bt, CieTelud.
Liberal oaah adraae a Bead on ooiHlrnmnta II
aes liver ay HUB
Hughes, Davis & Kockefeller,
Suooeisors to flnghes A Rockefeller and Paris
Forwarding, Produce b fieaeral
tieiton's Block. Merwla bL.
0 LB V ELAND, O.
aaar a OATia, ,
11. w. jrjancs, jab. bxtibxb, wm. aAaoscaa.
Justice, Bale 111 a u & Co ,
122 BOUIII FBOJT BT8KIT,
T E?SIG ERATO R3, '
lit ' BXPRI6KRT0R8.
'iftaen diffjrnt aJae and Dt.trua tDclaa nr
ach-Miifj a ca'ebrated "Iceurg," Jt-wftfa Aro
ti -,M PaUfe," "tlaaTe M -Iw-T?p " and other
tty'M, a Mnn1e vratu' Pr'ca, roreaah.
WATVR.OuOI.EK4 AND W A Tart r- LTH0a
A 'I aiaea aaitb'a for atoi a or h- nse aa. .
TORHETS roUR-IHIIMUTE ICE-CREAM FREEZER!
Prure s to At qo rte All.tsst.
Il'ne ra'ed Catairnae, wits pries lias .can bo had
on application . - w. P. P' GO,
r-er superior and aeaeca etrrots.
"TlS-ZM-ToTheSae ' J
HisTBior -rr CrrrATiooa,
Cr.rrKi.tND, May let, IrHio. '
XTonrm 19 herkry avsnin mie
altw propoaala, accowpaoled y p oor ;nr
uto a afrornirg oio ma u cefnrcifihed to appliaa-
tiou at thie otfic. will bo r ired thereat, autll 'f
o'clock jeftfJi.r, ots tha DracTaeedy lnalnnant-xt.
or toaaopiy of uo Ma in uo5piti, at mis otty
with ibe a ticlea ot proTimon", mfdlc n), Aa.. aua :
mrtMl in aatd lonLi. Th qnabtlt.ee stated at
eetimaira with r fervaoa tu ttta raoal vambro
pftttoau In lb Hoaol'al, bnt to Uottod States ra
a rre'h r gbt to take lao-e r laaa of th artklea,
acrotdiog tnay may be actnily required. - .
If tr art clea dtWed at ihe'Soa tiaJ are sot.
In the judgment of t'lepbyalclftia. of tha beat quil
tty and p rd to rhe Hoapital. he will t-e at hber
t to 1 j ci the me, to pn ahem 01 bar articles is
tbeir it ad, an J to hanr the contraotcr with. an
axe ia coat oTr the oontract prid e.
1 ra Luir a r-taxtsa rwar tab tuat to acoept th
proposal- for the whole or any port4 of the arti
Cla-ptacilld. JsJtLA 0, GBAWNId,
AGHNrLEMAN CUKKD OF r!U
Vuu D bltlty, Prmtar lcf , and tba
-0 eta of yoathfa liidiacrti.o, will to happr to
fo nl h e bra with tae meins of c r, (.
charge). Thia r-tndy tt ste.pi, aa and certain,
i'or (a l prt caiara, by retno mail, p eaae ad
irena - Jo5 B. OGl-f,
RYE FLOUB1 EYE FLOtfBl for
aalsl 1 Isti 10 salt, at WtrmooM of
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swncf thw mon.y for any prvd Album jea wruet, smmI I will lea tit
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Northern Transportation Co.
Is prepared to Truraport Peraoaa aod Property
Boftton, all PolBta In Heir Ingland,
New York and the West
WITH PBOMPTSKbS, VAB AND DIHPATOB.
This we. ' kaowa Llo -of Ftrrt-etaa dcrew
Steaoxers oooaecte at G4eiearrB witb tw kail,
rvjads for UuMton aud all s olnta la aer
B.niclanol: at Cape Vineeut witb rhe BVlr -ails
betwe a ra Vl.mil tsS Hew Tsrk,
sod at Oweeo wiba a iiiaa si iret tlai Oaual
' OSWEGO. TROT, ILB1NT H0 HEW tCBK,
Soraiui( a DA1LI L1NI betweea
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CLEVELAND, TOLEDO It DETROIT,
AadaTBI-WKIaLT LINK tor
CHICACrO, - MILWAUKKB AKD
J. MTTR8, So. a-tJ-r Bmn, Hew York, :
0. BhIIO, T Peart etreet. New York.
JOHN UOOEIMG. 1 8 a e .treat. Bottom.
.ei'l. A. El'DT. Ogdei.ai.nrsli.
A. F. SM ITR. Cap. ViDeat.
CBA8. ILUSnS, Oeweiro.
. WALKB8 A RATan, Toledo.
1. B. Httgiw, Detroit.
O J. BALK, Milwankew.
H.i. HOWS UStcaao.
H. K. Mo DOLE, t'ICTilnal.
Pae-enrer Ar"0t meeelane nhlH-K.1
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Cobb. Andrews & Co.
. (Lati J. B. Cobb 4 Co,)
211 8UPES10B STREET,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
OK EVERY STYLE.
roB BALI BT
COBB, .ANDREWS ft CO.,
QUA YOUNG iOLKS.
An 111 tian rated Monthly Magdn fr Boyd aua
dAHLlXiN and LU'U LaRjO a. Ttiia Mat
na naa airaati attainrd a circaiatioa oopa'al
ilwd la tha hiafaory of aiat,asiii Hteratar. W iU
ia taauaof uiAprl naiatrar it vtli bava aa oa
b(laa4 otrouiatiua ol cy.iuU cop a, it la cot
dmii oo(ameaad by bnh th scu ar and retfanoai
prMi alao by ad perivoaa lutcreatad in tba Ptuit-ct
Of JD'oiUia iJtaratan, wbila taa rzpraaioaa oi
ajra.iBcauvB uw paouaoera oaiiy rrceiva iruatt pa
r Dta. and alao from tbaVonnic folk tbmeiqai
oonTinoa htftu that the a.agaa oa ana wars a waal
tnat ia oniT raaiiy laii. it ta taa aim oi taa f au
ivera W m.aa it a Orat ciaaa ai-t(tu in ever)
nrapect, and thy will epar neither labor nor
aapenaa ta toeir andaavora to turmsa to thatx
yoant rtavtra ana wbcae monihly viaita ahall ba
aiwayi araiOviBe, aoa auall ba aipected witl pit
anra. - Thataffof Oontrtbatoia etabraca ta 'ollowinf
aaauog tnaay prumuiaut oaaava: an. biuwi, it
UjNi tL,Lof JuH.S i. WHUTltU, O. W
dOLUaU, Mra.iav Jd. CMU), ilaptla MAIN.
. Tanaa 99 a yar. Singla n tin bora 30 eata aara
Ail rabaenpai us payabia m ailvacoo. b,cira0l
soplaa oi Oa. rcnug ft'olka will be sent to any ad
ire for -Mt eaaw aacav
y JOMJi A. Amhom. at Uafcer'a Book tora, 850 tfa
tjrtor atraet, ClofeUod, batug our ooly autboiiaec
aaat tor tha btata of Ubho, ail ordar lar h Trad
a wttli aa anbauriptionaBhoald b addrtaafd to him
rjL Atlantic Muoihiy andUnr Vonng foiAa aaat
to any adareaa tor $6.
T10&HOR A FIELDfl,
-r AGKJTT9 WANTED In atery eiy ana town
for pirtrcalara aadraaa J. U. AMMuN,
attl7:iA . atgent, LiareiandL, u.
ADJlIUTiiAlOU'ai SALE In pur
aauc of an order nartd by tba Prutwta
Cort bf'yh ic County, ibitS I wilt cBer for
-la at pab le aucti n, n Inn a; ay, tha fiabth
day of Ju.. lUao, t two a'ck-ck. f. M., ou Hie
raaiiaea, the lolloaiug r al eB.to, aUate ia iha
Conott of Uoyab g, .-tate ot Obio, to wit- part ut
O: no. b7. cumiueuclD oa too (tava lite ol aud
lot. at tha a rtbaaat coroar of ViuioK'a ai-d
nown aa taa bow taa lo ) theu.a a tUoHy oo
lot nn ai i it atnkea ha nor b una of T. nmrdy'm
land ; f encaaoata.crly on a id rJady'a aa t iue
o land former y on(t by f. Clark : tue ca out
a d weat & chios; thwaca aortti 1
and wcstHc ans 9 link!; theuca at-avrrty a a id
Clark' north II ua to Viol a'a a-at tine; ta- nc
Dortnarly para' al witb flrnt aemi red liaanmda ;
bonca eaate'ly paraila ai h t-t u: t on- d r
Ctartv'a nor.h line to plro f egtenlria, toeonrain
birty-tw and tlvo thou and two haudrt-d an)
aiichtf asvan urn ihooaao't ba mcr i f Uod b tht?
aanta more or laaa. but autyect to all 'tai bighwaya.
Appraia a t a ,i7 ToiCia of aait, obodi oo
day of aato, balance in one yr, ua lnt r-t.
AdmlDlatrato ol w'ateof Jt. ba Tari-j dceasM.
StruugiWll May lmh, 16 6
AXMiM-TKATUH'& SALE. In pur
anance of an order granted by tha Pn bat
Uoq t ut Oojahoa Uonat, Obio, 1 aill orr tor
a a at public amnion, n Tbnroday , tbaHta dy ot
Jaua I&aa, at iu o'clock A H ,npn tha p aail,
tba MIcwU jf deacrlbed il ta'e. autxats ia th
Joonty of i jyahc and Staia of l bio, to wit: Ub
iu hf, ctrOQKaU towaaata one and one-ioortb
aerao, fcagluoiott oueiod and Ave 1 oka trcm tbaaeat
I na of ibe bdek nuoae cwoed by K fl. lug A
Vet onth frvm tba M. w oonerofaaid boarw,
tkeaoa U 12 A. 10 rod and 10 Uoka to .lake and
to net-; the 40a B. 9 roce toatake and atonta; thence
north 11 K. 9 rod. lij liokstoaatakeaud at oik-0;
thecea W. t) rod ti a ataaa and atticB; ta-nta8.
la4 W. rorta a d 31 liaka to a atke and 8t lira;
thence we t V roda and 1 1 Hok to tnr pike; thtno
a. w IX roda and w rt k; tUvnce a V a. e roda
17 lloha 'o pla of beginning.
aperairea ax bivu.
Terma or naia 4jne baifon day or !. ba'anre
la one year with Inter, w tn irttereet paya-nta
to beaacorad bj mortg npnn tha prtmi a auld.
AtfmTiilat'ator or Wiiiiaaa be tt. oMa-d.
SiTon ir 'a Me 10 rt-S m'l 2 H-.wMonw
FANCY CASSIMEKES. Tbe best
tock cf Fancy faaatme'ea eTr offered la tale
otty, Jasrt opened and for aala ooeao, at wholraaleor
rach. J. H. lis IT I A uo .
yH Tad il PnrHo mnare
GENT'S WHITE PHIETS IN ATL
ataes eat nnsltilts, at prices balsw aoTthlas
In tha market. Jott ojwntd.
4, a. bswittt CO ,
atlas I aad U fn.UK) ivu
gECTJBS A POLICY
Life Insuranca Co.,
OF NEW YOEK,
Which sow offers adraatage, taper lor to thos. of
any other late Company.
An atach N'ra. taa rhe asset. o ear other LIE.
isaaranoa Coajpaoj ta the Ueiced atatta.
Th laet Oali lllvldrad
, . Was o.er nlnj pr tVn
Ofnrmf.mi nal.. .1.1 iaVM. .v. v.. 1.
olared b. aai otasa tirs las. .o laias oato.
DlVTNn8 are bow deetareil tnvun ard
ar- aTailabla for pafmect o p emiaia. at the end
pf the ret r ar . on ee th.n eaa be o --loe- real
a"j ota.r Llf. eiar j: th-r-r j eerorH r to the
ae.irMl drBleM off red bv Mt. Uompaniee,
a d at the am. ttaia .aia taa ihe aisadraa.
tag. ol , ajios lateral Bpoo Botes.
For sa-ph'els, with fall partlcula's, or tor Po'J-d-B,
J0B5 6. J.HflXt,,,
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO-
or Cleveland, Onlo.
Capital ..$31)0.000 OO.
la Tee ted la rr rally eecred j firet-claes
sforlgarts, load, and Stocks.
B. P. Morsen, W. W. Wr'fht,
a. P. By ... ir. T T. Seelye.
i 8 tndenrord, I- w. 8. rireator.
J. a - Ukntn . - m-.
i.orea P.enlles, A N. Bat he der,
H. a Kajtool.le, 1 P. gtaoard.
T 8. Becawlth, 0 o BrUwold.
U. P. MOOA. P.f.il.ot
B. P. MtERs. VI e Pree d-t.
1 J. lis a wool), rotary.
- J. B. M.aIN, aearer
A. N. BATCH DEtt, ...oe al Agent.
SWOfflce la Bo -ae'e Muck, rorwrof rorTlor
t aod Po le Bt, jbiv, ClrTe and, Ohio, my :B4
Fire Insurance Co.,
Ofiice 1.8 Superior. Street.
CAPITAL, - - $250,000.
Colly and eecarety tn vested la dm ciM. Mors
fagea, Bond, and btocka, .
Insured may Recti- 75 Per Cent of
DIBIOTfl US ,
3TILXM iff WITT. JAMIS Ml OS,
B. I BaLDWIN. b. at. CttaPlfi,
JK'I. r. WA&NIR, OSO. WOaTHISOTOH.
SESBl HAaVJtT. O A. BaMJOKd,
W. St. 0OILBS.
. BTILbX&Jf WITT, rrestdent,
H. M.t MtPia, Vice freat.
B. O. RQUtsS, Beeretary. mnaO-RS
1851 :cu" iji52,
kvitaJi uiriAJL toariJi.
. FIRS AND MAHIMS.
Benp DrrMeBda. Proa altlS.S ta OABB
saBll dloek aad Patio? Holders.
Takta slarlae Haaarda of all kl.de. nr. Blaks,
Salldlnr., sterohBadlae, roraltsre, VMeeu ta fan,
ad the better olaaa of BUk. (aaarally.
am. Bart, B. Peiloa, Aauaa Stole,
. OhamberUa. L. P. Badasa, 1. B. Cham ber Un.
if. T. Walker. O. A. Gardner, O. U. Onalt,
f. W. Pel ton, Wat. Walloons.
OTFIOB onatt. Bxaaaaga, loot of Superior
treet, Olerehud, Ohio.
. haaa Aojutea aad proasptlr paid.
fa. aj. Bvaaow. a.i rare. y.
Oapt. i. A. SARDNBa, MarUe iBapeetor.
fire & Life Insurance Agent,
Office 311 arble Block, Mnprlor St.
Beprent. th. oltww:ng Cora pnl..r C.pital.
fnmrano. 'orapaay of Borth AaM-recaMS1,7lo 171
New Knrlaod Sir Ins. Co Hartlnrd U0O
Lamar Sow York. 40 t"J
Weetera MaMacbowthi, Fire Plttafle d 364 741
ilb.ny City, lire Ins. Oo. Albeny, N. T 175 luo
-ope Providence. 180 0 0
fntruai M Hartlord. Sol si
Loeeee promptly adlnvtd and paid.
spl8:imfm J. tHIHDKI'rf, A rent.
k D. HUDSON,
'diMiral fire. BlarfM Ufa I ma nr.
Mloa, Onatt's Ixehaare, foot rapertor B treet,
BBPBBB.nT. TBB roLLOWINO OOMPaBTB. I
Saekeye Mutval lee. Oo., Olevelaad, A fern.
Ohio, (Plraaad Marine) I..41
darket fir " 414,729
n to. mre ...
Sorwlrh Fir las. Oo., Norwich, Cl..
lonfc Weeura " Oewotru. N. T.
Wew Tork Lit. Siew Ynrk
Phoenix Mario Tea. Oo. of Broo lys
pr 1 ., cas capital...
wares tuottfLTS aujubvhd and paid.
Particular alteatlea flreo to the adj' .trnent of
daiUw Loe.es. L. O. Rl DoUl,
Agent and Adjneter.
Oapt. C. A. (Vtanwwa. " arln- lo.oM-tor Ifl8:r3
DISSOLUTION. THE PABTNER
BBIP hlih.no exl.ti. r b-tea B K.
iuMil Url i t,D- 10a 1aLONG as die ol-d
.a the 3d car f -Inn. tn.t. T . bueiuea. cf tha
Rh8 UN Bvilas will b oondocted now br li.
DeLng A bob.
rier. land, Jnne tth, 1865. june6.
Orrrca or W.Tka Wi.i,, 1
Cltbl.ii, Ohl , Jena ut iMi j
NOTJCB TO WaYER-TAS.EH.S-AH
w.t r tw r sow d.M-, and i a .hi at
: he office of ta Tru.teea of Water ors. (Co.ncd
Hall ttuilUng, Booat J.)
Jno3:217 - - Cno'tand Bagineer
SALE OF A RUT MULES.
Qrr&arraWAST b rwrssL's Oricw,
Vi .sm.oro-, D C, Mar 1S15 f
WAST TaOrgAang or UP- sr. bcinz dla
Doed of at P"b le eale, at Wa-hia.toB
beeaeawtllcoBtinaeant Ithi.n. herof anlaiala
te reduced la l roporuo.t lo th rvdncu "b of ta
ml BiW ST Inr o repld y.
I here are lo to armies or tbe Potomac, of li
'lenere., and of arra, prrbably Fv-I'h rHOn.
A -or 1H S-Iaaal otX MbLS TKAMSIS
Uny of ih-m w boB'bt In tha beela-Inr of
h. wer aa yoaoiTaia e-, ace- rap. B'ed ta a oil-.
a ail their o ehrt aod camp, and are Iho ooaiiv
b-o.ee. harden-d by - srt-e . sutl end fai r
from bt-lDr eo I -i g .nrronnded y tee e-MdUre
Ibe whvrdota ..tnppjdtf tarailr g. ok and
tbe Nort. habaiw.af r-a fr m hed,a.a or am
is ra.ea neap -iy tnaarra:..
hDB a .1-rale ai .o!d at noetic anerlna : tritt-
WIIjI. NOT BRIN ATTIt L BE TBtla
Tatja VaLDB; aad each ooiortaaili-e irarm.
r. t set working aniaies to.bcs ttttir farat.
aod fo. d-r-rer. aod d-aers ! toclr l ak good
pre. atroa oj t. era. ng xo.ni ar a a aatng of
them la to Boats, Will ,er eenr as -B
at. u. siaiiJa,