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LO T A GRERN PORTMONIHL
cool. nlag 4 hi greenback aad U Ji
aurip, be!-l a lew aa,all etlv-r pte, . Tb
aoVr wil bi libirallj rewarded II be wlB-leav the
Am - fit lee U'e.-orBee. nl
VUANTRD A Practical- Joiner wants
have ealy employment, eed hcueeforhiaxettn'y.
WANTED Agents to sell 'OtjbGraT
Bherui. ul rtmiu.Ui.MWi Attaree lano.
4 ateli, B.B. GKitta, Boom d. American Bull' lug,
Ukvelaud. O. BgHJ36
WAN TED Agent! lor Sherman and
Y Hit C.-pairna," try Col. B-wrman IM trwu
Beeeiteaned advertuKtment in aeot, col Jinn
.ugH .3::dt.lt 0. P. V.rT 00.
C)B SALE MOCKING BIRDS One
. . .. 1 T I.. ...SB k
. ft a ".area .do hit htomi. - -
few i-y, end ma- be toand on the Public SyQare, or
et the UiriilfD J-aKie noiBi, no. aM-ajlKUlUUUSeSfc.,
LOST On fc'atarday evening, on Euclid
at.. between Brie aud the Nnnnerr. a Black
Ttiree-1 I.c Veil. WYuoever will return it to tbla
omct will pa iioeraiir rewargeo. augi4S07
rER MONTrL Aotsn (1 ETA
wanted in cttai-v nntintv vnr1 OivV
HTt,tOkeU th Bahtlett Hewiio Mitriu. wrir
i tnily bowsed olr puuuoi Hu. W hJr
W i1od, tiruTr k b-K-r and bir.RW A Uo. "W- wtil
par a iaouibiy .mu.rr aoa cinlm, or all-w a lrg
coaituiKSioD on Kar iwrt.ca ars, illattrated
eatatottoti, trrltorr, Jke , inclota lUnip and addrrw
3BI b&minit tt., loteo, O, ang!4 :26i;imd3mw
X7 A NT nn if. u Pii)YM RN1
ii-Ma mn of tin cut ara rwoaeate
f r nik. halt ren and B JCk-kw-WM'a. and all
1 jyera. ttth Ait-n r of the banitary Oommlp-isn
lo, Bok it.. wUere discharged Soldier will b
ioudo wuuuff aua uxwdi to work, uooa iwrnce
will be invito, and no cLiarice maJe, Our citizen
will n-oie uUt tbat ilie rHnlu of our anty hay rm
biacl young mn of toe tint talvut and education,
aud that hojity and flicit-ncy may be le'ied on
with our Ho in Blow. Tbvbootoiof thia &ency
now tbow hv lellowiug youoj; men la wauto iL
atioon: 2 k kpui:a, 22 Clerk. Haltftmeu, fcc ,3
'ruera, 3 Tm.wu ra, 12 Kailruad Brakes ivn and
'li-ui n, ri Truo-to) a, 3 watolinieu(l Uardeoor, 1
aViTU-r, 3 li ivuri nj Oitltrs. 5 haT-a no uade and
will d antbwf, a aiitaUd in. at woundi aud wish
liirht employ ji-t-ut, 1 ltute left arm itt tuelesa, acd ia
wHiittK to do any labor thai cam be ytrimed with
.' send In roar rder and afd thrse dfschuird
men to earn au hoittat aritAg. Apply to a Back at.,
"1 V r A N T KD A gen to for GKANT AD
If UlH CABPiK.Nrt: A MlUTatY Bkmirafht.
B r Heory Ooppie, hiaitor of the " U . A. a.nica Mnff
aE.be. I vol., bvu.. Illustrated. This work- will ba
in evt-ry taiticniar trustworLliy and a ecu rate writ
U-n by tblH'attuanB-4'neral slile-long frit-a lrom
otticial dcraai4-iil and private ncjru-, pnttxc.ua
ivly into hia bands, it CAnvct fail to meet eTejy re
qairement of the public expectation.
It is beiDK prepared n. tue awt tborongb mannr,
will be priuttd on liue paper, aud haudsonieiy bouud,
and b Ulofetraiod with numerous portraits on suwl.
aud by niMps aou piaua of all the priucipal battles re
eordel. Tim free access enjoyed by the author to tba
priT&U- records ol ti several Jommau'lliii: Urnvrals,
ecib es him to present the INNfclt O FiUlAL al
T'Jli Y of th-se Great CampaiKoa, and prepare such a
Work ai no one else p mioly can do
ho liintoty ol Urn M-be-lioo, buwever complete, ran
111 its clce, ir all bisiorit are ruuse genera' and
not ao saecins in their character and scjpe. It is n t
within i he province of UieKAneraJ hmtonaa to Rive
Barrtivea i.d u, cideota such as will lend a pop alar
ciiarni -.ud intereet to uraut and tiu Campaigus,
or such a particular hislory ol each regiment, -s will
reudrr Uiis a Wuik ol absorbing interest to all m ho
psrticiratcd in the events descrtlKd, as well a 10
tli sHe who bad fm-idti ai.u relatives Uiui engsgeaand
to the general reader.
It will be sold txclnivft.y by iabscriptiori, and
Ca .aut be had except through onr duly nutboriwMl
aetiti. Uenc those desiring a copy hx tht-lr libra
ries shonld subscribe proinotly a he : the opportuol
. ty is preaeoted. It will not be suld In book-atoraa.
a,n1 cannot te had of us dinctiy.
This is iiiiv, but a bindinc guarantee fs liiwd
to eecn sulNtciitT, signed by a and the Agent, to
tlie flrt-t that nulesa cpt when presented lor de
livery shall be ia every .-aSTicclas a good a tepre-a-rito
. Imshaii be undr no obligation whatever to
takj tWm. C. K. VahT t CO.,
38 West Fourth St., Oincibbatt, 0.
i erbora at,, Ohicaga, IlX.
W A iNTD EMPLOYMENT By ft
ronng man who speaks and writes KVglisb and
Gtrman creetly, and is g irk at hturea. - Tt any
on procuring it, a bonoa of fc will be paid. Ad
dress K. W., iteadr orTice. aug 1:186
-lirANTKD TWELVE to PIFTEB1ST
H iSALKJH EN. A.ctive Batiata Men, oaple of I
earning rom a.'tH to v.',ini pur y.ar, oesiroiis or -u-m
ig uh for tw yeani r le n, may do wejl by calling
uu n H. L. VAN NOBT W 1CK, Johnson Bl ct.ni
a airs, on Saturday and Mcm'tay, August 12tb and
HUi. 1m5. an12:23t
WANTED lO KENT A House for
a small family, in a pleasant location. Andreas
Box 3ai P, 0. anglZab
WAN TED ilACHIN 15TS One good
Lathe Usnd, and one Vise Hand. To first-
rlan baton d waca will be paid. THOS. K.
li tK V K, Novelty H'urka, coruer JU (Jiafr aad tt as
jo a.s. ausli' ri !
TT urk.at Meadvilie Woolen Mill. Apply to
B. k f. W. U U 1 Ut-l'Ol'KU, MeadvUle, P. anl I :i36
1 (( A-UNT3 WANTED To Canvass
J UU every Oltv. Town anl County in Northern
O'lio, for ilon. J. X. Ubadlsit's new work,
GKANT AND SHERMAN.
TBE1B CAMPAIGNS AND GENERALS.
This work will contain about 600 actavo pages, 18
portrait on steel, and 11) battle-scenes and maps.
From the popularity of the author, and the inter.ee-lT-tntreatingmrjert
he taa chosen, waa eeonfMent
tbat n Uiitei subcciipticnbok has ever le n ottered
tisgntf. For tortus an-l territory, appfy immedi
ately. TlHfae lnclosiog 2 2 tr PnwptH tun Book,
Circulars, to., wd! bave the first choice. And receive
their vutht by Mail, postage paid.
" JT J. WILSON 4 00., '
anga.-236 Atwatar Block, Gepar .. Agents.
. r ANTED Kinen, or men w an Ling to
I learn mining. In coal mines just operlng.
ral e, to L.
iitH-rs Lukm ned not apoly. Btewlr
r aud winter. Apply, pr let er or oili
B. WILLIAMS, ;u lioyn ol-ls' Block,
& G. W. RAILWAY NEW LI3-
L. b(N BRANCH. WANTal Somegood bptk-
m SDt Oilier UBUH n.uimuiki ow v - iu , v
otherbaadtiaccaatomen to iracs-l
wh m It eral wges wui do given. APpty ia wn.
LKii, New Lwboa. Ohio. ; ngfl:36
WANTED By a (fentleman and wife,
Board in a private 1am ly. If in the suburbs,
convenient to stieei cars. Address B.( Leader office.
WANTED Attkntiok. Something
new, I will send br mail, post-paid, a besuti
fnl Mlli'ary Album, with twenty-four pfetares bf
oar L'uhtn Gf o'-rai, lor M oents. Agents wanted
imraediately. l'rioe per dosen to Agenta t3 i. or
$i,7 ir h .If doen. Send all oners to C. I.
JjiilUGM. 1U Dearborn at., Chicago. HU ang4:242
VUV City. Conaty, Town od Hamlet in Ohio, to
sell CBOhBV LilfK OF A2bAB AM LINCOLN.
Priutd on Bcptrio' pap -r ana uouud in dotn ; Libra
ry and Parlor ttditioue; contain ma the karly rliBto
ry aud PoUt'cl Career, tofteUier with tbe Speeches,
Mee-iape, lroclamatlons and other Iocunient8, il
lustrative of hi eventful A dxntnlst ration, and the
scenes and events connected with his Tragic JCnd.
Me offr no tabolou rudoceuifTttf to Agents, but
will oav the work is superior in many points to any
bow offered to the publ:e, and all who so been b (ti
the woik will contrine to a fond with which a
Miwument is to be erect d in memory of the Great
li'-parlet. Bookf now rnady tr de iery, Joly 3 '.si.
For terms and territory, address B. 8. GKKKN,
Koorn No. 4, American liuilding, over Loader ofnoe. I
A GENTS WANTED. 6 to f 12 a day
asva. paia in gooa iconis, mate or semate, to tb j
Wilitoii Hewing M thins. It will stitch, hem, HI,
turfc, cord, Liud, qiiill and enbrotder beautifully.
It has been decided it the U. ri. Court, that the
Witon IS-wing Machine is no iufribg tnent. Far
terms and particulars, address 6. ft. h khlJkLt8 N
Cleveland, O. - . J24 :i9fj
Vaa 8ALE5MEN WANTEDL-To sc-
JUU licit and fill orders for the Lite of
By Dr. J. G. 11olu.no. ;
it STUBBED 80LBIIB8, -
Experienced A rents. Professional men. Lay Preach-
is, Ifcauttera, Me lianicaaiid Farmersaven, will tind
th ii a plenaaut. and at the same tuua a lucrative tatt
coaation the condor season, Au old agencwribw
i taste from 75 to 12& subscribers aer week.
For further inforoiati n apply persona ly toot ad
dress by mail, C. K. BoLToN 4 BaOA., Psbli-hersof
and General Agents for Pooka and fcngravins, at
N-. a. ad floor. Lyman's Biock, bear Court lion e,
Olevelatid, Ohio. ; j jvg:a4
1 A MONTH I I "WANT AGENTS
IU everywhere, at t7u a Month. expenses paid, to
sen iiujtju amcies, use oeac aeii'ng ever ooerea.
ran particufars tree. Aaaress Olio X.
TJvjR SALE KINDLINGS At EES-
E VET, BOCHBF1RLD A C( Wooden-ware
Man factory, on the Flats. Call soon, or they will
be all gone. , auglt :22S
X)JS SALE One wood Billiard Table
-s- at 161 Ontario at., cor. Michigan. apf 18:236
F )K SALE A two-hone covered Car
tiage, wiih two or three seats. Also, a toy Bog- ,
fy, with one or two seats, enh tn gooa oondition
and suited to larnily use, and will be sold cheap. In
quire at No. Ui3 citpenor U. at 4J7 oocnur of Kins.
man atju rorrssis. g yjj 30
FOB SALE Aty Uoase and Lot, No.
il Proapwt It. T. UABU'JK. Z7-J31
LX)B SALE HOUSE AND LOT 145
.Jk"t- "oDuia tip-to Boodltloa. . Inqaira
OB the pnmiiai.. fy&unt
UOUSE AND LOT. FOB SALS IN
"- "aaaa.-wui b aold rhaa. Ttiliia a r,ra
ooportouitr for lit.riu.Q or otbera dtwroo of eda
CB!m Uulr childrxo at the aciiouij of alrrea, and to
o;.Uid s bam at ;mu ftgurw. Bddraaa F. O. Box
IM Bnroarur ' IBatau Otaos, Cleraiimd. (tain,
UT STAVES AND HEADINO.
The BBdoraicnarf Vm.. m..,!. . j
1 and .al ad alook itt aaaBil ul BtBTe and
titAdfro, at tba loweat Btaxiet DJicom. Zmetatr
All ardor, promptly IOmI nd BatnfMttoa wbt.
rnMd. iVt A AbfeAJITCli.
FtMioilt, 0 JolT 1S.SM l
IA)K SALE THB LABGEBOTJBLS
X1 HooiB.Kudie promot atm. niubi. farl
bordiu ho on. Ttrnitur. Knqulre of OOfiWAT
. Mim. a t th.itBto' Hiu-tni mamT1 fii w I
inumnin I .
-u uav 1 tfiTx
n(-kBO.B WAUNICKIj 1AIAH OrFlCI, on smb.
mi. v-..r .mm., . i. : wn ana silver vratco-i.
LrUruotHla. bllur w .ra, Jewelrr. tiona, Piaiol.
h- raofwt. ptfc7 m .... j --. i .
ro.rtj.d .rudcof ,aJo.,oottoiZu I
rttalDaa trtctlr nriv.f. . ...
vaxa-tr of DBr-deBiMd ttBtoa- J
a.. J-w-4r? . (iiM. frtc.. or aal. at bamiM
Ofll corner of j,d ouBarlor atra.
i-aliotto- tx thin Store.
I HOTOGKAPU CAKD3 FOB GEN- I mwrn
I tLKKN.,i. -it. cuior.- -.r m tjomtat
w. i. , team I pnoe
THB LIFE. AND TIMES OF ABBA
HAM LIN'IOI'H, by the Ubime-t HiiTORiiB
and DiiKurin, lie. r- "l.a.i . wlu "
tia over 7MJ ti-p. nd vrob-ldv oyer w pa-. ;
. U fir 1. A3u, st.Xiana ab,oooraioa w mi.
ttyl ol Dindlnx. Beleemea want-d to sell tell wot I,
o .bom auperior lDdum'-nu will "e off red. Ar-
ly Beraoualir to ti. li. VAN uhii.,ji
liock. o elair. ob batnrdar and Monday A OB ml
12ib and Htb. anH a;
THE BEST PAYING BUSINESS OP
THI AP.E SMfMitjt.bl mjnoB. me'e or femal.
wno won ll like a jt-oul kna prouuiHe Da-norw.
which will -wm frr.n SUN) to SjOU Mr ID inth. Shoald
pply lKLiaeoivu4j lor an ut ncy. bead tTrp lor
circal&r. o. u. ornAUUit, uierei-na, u. an:oo
fPHE HIGHKST CASH PBIOK PAID
J-., for teeoDl-fa.rd Farnitar ud Crpt, t H.
Hoorei n'd aund, 161 Outno at., cor. of AilcbiCAQ.
; DAILY, TKI-WB EKLT WEEfl.LT,
CLE VF.LAHD LUDU fOHPAIT.
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1865.
The Comparative Population of Detroit
The Detroit Tribune makes rather a
lama effort to aniwer' par itatiBUc&J article
published aome dayi since, showing tbat
Cleveland was the third, and was soon des
tined to ba the second, city on the Lakes,
It publishes the result of the census of 1864,
which showed an aggregate of 6 3,217 in
habitants, and of 9,632 families, in Detroit,
an arerage of 5.62 persons in each family.
It continues: '
The whale number of families in the
cilv on Julv 1. 18C6. was 9,688, to which
l. -it a Kaon mAiioA Rv th-
aveiBgB iauu ui u Jim roai Tniuily we
should have a population ol 64,581. u
believed, however, that the ratio is much
greater for the ratio of the United States
census throughout the entire country is a
fraction more than 6 to each family, and
it b) reasonable to suppose that in large
cities where large numbers of single per
sons le k employment, and which emtain
large numbers of taverns, boarding houses,
and private and public institutions, which
are set down in the enumeration of families
each respectively as one family, We ratio
it much greater. -
A ratio of six persons to each family
would give a population of 69,228, and a
ratio of seven would give 69 216, and we
do not think the latter figure any too large
in tne case oi tnis eity.
The only ratio of population to each
family in Detroit that can be used, in as.
certaining the present population of the
city, is the one predicated upon the census
taken in that city last year, which gave it
a population of 63,217, aid 9,632 families,
being an average of B.52 persons to each
family. This year the increase of families
is 316, which at 5.52 to each gives an in
crease of population of 1,363, which added
to the population of last year, would make
the population thia year 64,581.
Our esteemed Datroitcotemporary seems
to be building much upon the fact that the
last City Directory, recently issued, gives
an increase of 6,000 names in one year,
which would be equivalent to an increase
of population in one year of 27,000, allow
ing the customary number of 4 people to
one name! This would simply show that
the Directory of last year ' was not any
thing like a complete one. Cleveland can
make even a better show than that. Our
Directory recently published gives an in
crease over last year's Directory of 6,336
names, which would be, according to the
Advertiser's and Tribune's mode of calcu
lation, an increase iu population equal to
The population of the Lake Cities, leav
ing out Chicago, which has not taken the
census this year, stands as follows :
BaflVb - 83,68
Wllwiikt.e , ,V.,.V
Detroit n t4.Mll
Spiritualism on Trial.
Rochester, in which the Fox family orig
inated Spiritualism, is soon to be the scene
of a legal trial of its phenomena. The
theories of Spiritualism are to be passed
upon by the courts. Charles J. Colchester,
a leading " medium,'' and only second to
the famous Hume in notoriety as a spiritu
alist, has been arrested on complaint of the
Collector of Internal Revenue for the
Twenty-eighth District of New York, on
charge of practicing jugglery without a
license. Colchester claims : that his
performances are due to supernatural
agency, and not to Juggler, and of course
refuses to class himself with the "Fakir of
Ava," Blitz, Andersen, Hermann, Heller
and other celebrated "preslidigiiateurs,"
by taking out a license. The United
States District Court, before which the
case will be heard, will commence its fall
term to-day, and the case is set for trial
during the present week. As the result of
the trial will be a legal decision on the
question as to whether the phenomena of
spiritualism ' are supernatural or mere
feats of jugglery, it will be a very interest
ing one and strongly contested. The New
York World says tbat Colchester will be
defended by Judge dmonds,cf New York
dtyr Hon. John Talcott, of Buffalo,' and
Josiah Cook, Esq , also of Buffalo. All
the "magicians," "dervishes," "fakirs," and
'prextidigitaUurs," in the country will be
called as witness for the Government,
and a number of leading spiritualists from
every part of the country for the defense.
Oberlin College Commencement and
Re-union of the Alumni.
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
Sunday, P. M. Sermon to Graduating
Classes Pres. Finney.
Monday, 10 o'clock A. M., French Ex
ercises at Church Chapel
Monday, P. M, Anniversary of the Phi
Tuesday, A. It Concio ad Cleram
President B. B. Fairfield.- '
Tuesday, P. H. Ladras'Commencemant
Tuesday Evening Address to the Al
umni Bev. O. a SUrbuck.
Wednesday is devoted to the exercises ef
the Be-union, After Class Meetings in the
morning, Prof. J. M. Ellis will deliver a
historical addresr, which will be followed
volunteer addresses from others.
In the afternoon a free collation will be
served in the New Ladies' flail. To this
the graduates from all depart
ments are invited ; also those who have
puiwueo. man stuaies here, as far as the
Junior year of the College Course, or the
uira. year oi me madias' (Jotrrse.
men of Williams county held
nominating convenUon at West Jef
ferson on the 5th tns, and a good ticket
nominated with great unanimity,
a senatorial Oonvention for the Ash
and Richland District will be held on
Monday, August 28th. 1805.
The Vallandighamites held a meetintr in
Cincinnati on Thursday evening, addresis-
Dy Aiee iiong, Henry Clay Dean and
uuam M. Corry. Considerable of a rum-
wsj kicked up by a "lifelong Damc-
K;M. 7 I - uomDnoa
e, doctrines of. the sneak.
doctrines of Hn.wla
uut-iriutn oi Boards were eviden
uamea ooaras. who tvimhatti tv..
unpopular, ana m r..iwi j .
. . . 7 "tuor auu
anTkliji. .v - 168 Ule wotl
are holding their clips for higher
the eight bandied thousand nonnri. nf
,.,. : .
' ' " ."-"Kia oouniy.it i stated
vrer nunorea and fifty thousand
have been aold. The prices ranged
seven tv to t....
FROM THE 4TH ARMY CORPS.
FROM THE 4TH ARMY CORPS. Things on the Gulf Coast--A Trip Over
the Prairie—Linguistic Misapprehensions.
—Army Chaplains and
-Ib-majtol, Texas, July 24th, 18CS.
Deab Lkadkb The sun pours down
his perpendicular rays on scorching sands,
mutquitos pounce upon yon eternally, flies
tickle your fsce from sun to sun, watermel
lons give yoa the cholera morbus, cistern
water scowls your countenance and induces
dysentery, heavy seas prevent the advent
of steamers bringing mails, board bills are!
running up enormously, and things gener
ally don't remind one of Paradise, but the
Fourth Corps continues to swarm off the
lighters and strike back over the prairies
for wood and water. The process of land
ing an army at such a point as this is re
markably stow, and some days must yet
elapse before all are ashore.
Tired of city life, a small party of us
concluded to try navigation on the open
prairie yesterday. After scouring the
town for means of transportation we were
blessed with an open wagon propelled by
a vicious looking pair oi mules, and having
stowed safely away a supply of necessaries,
mounted and struck out Once out on the
plaint, not a bush, fence, house, or any
sign of civilisation is visible. Vast herds
of cattle stretch away to the horizon's
verge, but they might be wild, and would
ne nnt for those symbols of civilization
searea aeep into- wratr .pwaawi w a .-q'
hares, with ears nearly as large as mules'
bound away from our advancing chargers.
I wonder they did hot see a family resem
blance and await closer acquaintance.
After a stretch of sixteen miles under
broiling sun the village of Lavaca receives
a hungry addition to its list of curiosities.
The plump little landlady at the San An
tonia House shall have a ereen spot in my
memory when cattle, prairies, and mules
are forgotten. Let all travelers know that
the best sign of a good hotel is a plump
madam at the window.
"To BOt (TO to 8pra, -Ualrai
job kbow th Hugo "
The force of this beautiful passage never
came home to me with as much distinct
ness as in this same Lavaca. Strolling
around town we came to a house wherein
a soodlv number of youngsters were as
tembled, and decided to enter. Very good
English was dished up for us, but thoj oc
casionally regaiea eacu omer wun ut-uiw
of Spanish. :
Presently the Burritt of the party, who
had picked up a swattenng ol tne language,
informed us that we were intuited in a re
mark made by a suspicious looking return
ed Con fed. Inasmuch as the honor of the
nation was at stake, I deemed it best to de
mand the amende honorable, and indig
nantly requested the astonished offender to
step outside. Here, thought I, is an item
for the LiaDKB. An "Extra, ' containing
full details appeared before me. "Uur cor
respondent" was the central sun in all this
firmament of glittering facts. Judge my
surprise and chagrin on learning tbat our
interpreter had entirely : nieunder
stood the language used, : and that
the exciting phrase was some
what complimentary. To tone rough
JUars down to gTacelul Venus,: requires I
skillful artist There we were, in an atti
tude intending to be imposing, with decks
cleaned for action. A fair understanding
took the wind from our sails, and a broad
side lrom a half dozen as trim looking
crafts as ever carried canvas, ' unmanned
us quite. Fact is those vixenish little
black-eyed Spanish girls cleared out the
party. So much for not being a Spaniard.
The strange sound of "church-going
bells " lured me into a dilapidated struc
ture wherein were assembled a small num
ber of officers and citizens. A Chaplain of
some Indiana regiment officiated, and 1
must say that I was almost ashamed of my
blue clothes. The only reference to the
text in the whole hour was its repetition at
least a hundred times. Over half that
"to be a grand reviewTrThVreureemedriI?fi'
celestials were marched and countermarch
ed at double-quick and slow time, until the
spectators were reeking with perspira
tion. The - discourse wss a burlesque
upon the highest and holiest concerns of
humanity, and. the audience dispersed sad
or disgusted. It is a notorious fact tbat
the majority of chaplains in our army are
a disgrace to their holy calling. : There are
a few glorious exceptions, and amongthem
E. M. Uravatb, of the 101st Ohio, may be
mentioned. - None observed has able and
conscientious discharge of duty, but re
him and the that he advo
J. B. H.
J. B. H. FROM THE 12TH OHIO CAVALRY.
Its Location—Col. Ratliff—The Lincoln
Monument Fund—Death of Lieutenant
Stewart—Suicide of Corporal McGee.
Voe. ' ' '-:
Camp 12th Ohio Cavalbt, 1
Swikt Watkb, Tint., Aug. , 186
Editors Liadxb: For the benefit of the
Columbus papers, which some time since
asked whether there was such a regiment
as the 12th Ohio Cavalry," and to which
you kindly replied, giving our status I
nay state that we "sun live." We live in
the woods, somewhat improved and cleansed
by our efforts live, too, in tbe fond hope
of soon returning to Ohio, and perhaps
sharing in your hospitable receptions of
" returning Drave.
"Confidentially, however, while all cav
alry regiments except one in this district,
are to be mustered out soon. Gen. Stone-
man has expressed his determination to re
tain the 12th Ohio Cavalry. We accept it
as more complimentary than satisfactory.
uol Jtamii is now wun tne regiment.
commanding, and we are acquiring tolera
ble discipline, we wlsb it to 03 distinctly
understood, however, that upon raids we
vield tbe palm to none, not excepting
"Sherman's bummers," in the matter of
foraging, sometimes called "stealing.
We have just been paid. One of the fruits
of this blessing was a
CONTRIBUTION TO THE LINCOLN MONUMENT
We have forwarded to the Treasurer of
that association, from the regiment $530,
which was an average of $1.09. for all
officers and men present and paid. We
Wished to attest our appreciation of this
great man and share in a lasting memorial
of bis virtues and worth. . . . ;
1ST LUSUT. B. J. STEWART, C0. ''C.'
died very suddenly on the 2d inBt, from
severe bilious difficulties. He was one of
our best officers prompt to duty, gallant in
action, and a father to his men. N o officer
in the Begiment was more popular than he.
His loss all will feeL His relatives can be
consoled with the thought that pure pat
riotism characterized his service in the
army, and that he surrendered life with a
record of duty to country faitnfullydone.
We had on tne nigntol the 4th lost,
A STRANGE SUICIDE.
Corporal John McGee, Co. F, shot him
self through tbe breast with a carbine, in
tentionally, inflicting a terrible wound. He
lingered about thirty-eight hours in great
distress, when he died by his own act No
reason is known for such a rash act, nor
would he consent, while lying at death's
door, although rational, to reveal anything
the causes which brought him to such a
determination.. Cerporai McGee was a
good soldier. He was an orphan, but leaves
sister, the only representative of his fam
ily, to mourn .his loss.
Almost a Fatal Accident to Harry Leslie
the Rope Walker.
Clutch Housb, Niaoaba Falls,
August 10th. 1865. f
Harry Leslie, the acrobat nearlrmet
death this afternoon. He had crossed
recroesed on the rope below the Sus
pension Bridge, and completed one-half of
second trip, or crossing to the Canada
witn a peacb basket on each loot
un returning for the last time, he essayed
new feat, by placing a bucket of water
a tin frame on his head, and holding a
similar bucket in each hand, with tte bal-
Un reaching tbe middle he
slipped and stumbled, causing the three
bucke's to fall. Still holding the pole, he
to tbe rope, struggling to right him
Ia A minute or two he succeeded.
reached the American share, with a
step, amid cheers and congratulations.
tyrant and suite were present ,
Incidents of the Voyage to the Tortugas.
The Washington CAroniels learns the
following facts from Captain button, who
commanded the escort of the surviving
conspirators from the Arsenal to the Dry
Tortugas . -
During tba voyage all the prisoners were
more or less afflicted with sea sickaees, and
at one time one-half of the guards were
nnflt for duty. - Dr. Mudd and Arnold were
. Spuigler, although quite sick, was given
to practical joking.. Finding that while
tick he could get from the surgeon, Dr.
Porter, a modicum of French brandy, he
concluded to take sick at various odd times,
always with pains for which vini Qallici
spiriius is supposed to be a sovereign cum;
but his tries: was discovered, and he was,
much to his chagrin, obliged to quaff Ja
maica ginger instead of the more palatable
beverage. , .
He was generally quite talkative, and
expresstd himself as tiding satisfied, with
theaction cfthe Military Cjmmission, but
continued to assert his innocence of par
ticipation in the crime of assassination.
In a conversation with Captain Dutton,
he remarked that be knew nothing of
Booth's designs, and that even after the
murder, while Booth was passing through
the theatre, he was unaware of the fjul
deed which had been committed. "'The
fact is. contain." said he, "Booth was a
ririvileeed character at Ford's. He had
the run of the house at all times, day and
night : had access to the dressing room,
and came to rehearsals unannounced, and
always bv the rear entrance. He was a
great favorite and "spent money irsely.
Whenever he came with his horse he al
ways called for me to groom tbe animal,
and I have many a time blacked his boots
and done other menial work for him. I
did not'clcee the door bthind Booth. It
was a spring door, which you can see when
you get back to Washington, and elosed of
itself, unless you neia it open. Anere was
nothing unusual in my holding Booth's
horse on the night of the murder, f -r I
had done it twenty times before. I didn't
see how the Uommission tbat tried me
could have decided otherwise in my cace,
considering tbe evidence; but I am nut
guilty of having anything to do with the
fpangler was very lively during the voy
age, and several times ran up tne ladder
from the nid, tbree steps at a time, beavi
ly ironed as he was. He was quite jubilant
over tbe idea that he would not baa pris:
oner for life. " I'll come out all right ; six
years is not such a lung time; alter all,"
said he.. . " You need nut felicitate yourself
on having a snort lime to stay, epaugler,
said Dr. Mudd. " I don't know where
they are taking us, but if it is to the Dry
Tortugas, there is no more chance for you
than lor me. None of us will live more
Up to this time not a word had . been
droroed in reference to the ultimate des
tinalion of the conspirators ; but they had
occupied themselves in discussing the prob
abilities ol a residence in Albany, a trip to
some port on tbe Gulf, or a sudden death
by drowning. irLiaugniin was very reli
cent rarely entering into conversation
even with his fellow prisoners. .
Mudd carried with him a printed copy of
tho evidence educed during bis trial, and
took great pleasure in picking it to pieces.
He is described by our informant as a man
of good education, considerable shrewd
ness, and strong rebel proclivities. He was
never off his guard, always pondered a
question well before returning an answer,
and invariably spoke of Mrs. Surratt as
having been unjusily executed.: It will be
reovimbered that on his trial Mudd denied
all knowledge of Booth until the visit of
the lame assassin to the Doctors house ;
but to Captain Dutton he confessed tbat he
was acquainted with Booth for some time
before the murder. In regard to that de
plorable crime he asserted that he did not
know cf it until alter Booth's departure.
Mudd was very gloony during the voy
age, and tears were entertained by lis
guard that he contemplated suicide. He
4 mwG?xd''aKalmlv wau-i.
"Why do you keep me so closely guard
ed V said he to tbe tffioer in charge of
"Because," said Captain D- "I'm afraid
I may lose you."
"How lose met There is surely no
chance for me to escape here, and you do
not suspect that I would kill mtsell ?"
P "That is just what I fear; and . until I
get my receipt for your body from the com
mandant of the post to which you are con
signed, I deem it my duty to have your
every step strictly watched."
"Well, Captain, you need have no tear
on my account I would put an end to my
miserable existence, but tor the thought of
eternity. I am afraid to die, although I
cannot bear this terrible life, which is so
mucn worse man dealn."
. When off the coast of Florida, the weath
er being warm, the prisoners were allowed
to sleep on deck, and during the day their
irons were removed. They were very
grateful lor this unmerited kindness, and
showed their appreciation by giving as
little trouble as possible to those who had
charge of them.
When the steamer came in sightof the
Dry Tortugas, on the 24lh,and it was made
known to tne criminals that this treeless,
lifeless place was to be their prison, their
emotion coula not De checked, i bey cried
lik children, jyiudd and Arnold In particu
Jar, evincing the meet poignant griet. The
former paced the deck, wringing bis hands
and exclaming, time and again, " Tbore is
no hope for me." Arnold bewailed his
fate in piteous tones. He said " if this
was Albany, or any other place where my
motcer and sisters could sometimes see me,
I might bear my imprisonment, but here I
shall have no one to live for." '.-
Muddtdeclared, when his paroxysm of
gnei nau suDeiaed, mat be should lose no
opportunity to effect bis escape. when
asked where he would go if he succeedt-d
in eludipg tbe vigilance of the garrison, he
cried out, "Home I government would not
touch. me there. It could not hunt me
down in the midst of my wife and children."
Shortly after landing. Col. Hamilton,
110th New York Volunteers, commanding
tne post, proposed to assign Mudd to duty
as hospital steward, Arnold as clerk, and
provide the others with employment to
woicn tney were adapted.
The steamer was detained two days at
Key West, and after taking in cosL started
for New ' York, where she arrived in due
Incidents of the Voyage to the Tortugas. Four English Tourists fall Four Thousand
Feet from the Summit of Mount
A correspondent writing from , Berne.
Switzerland, July 20th, says: Particulars
have been received here of a fatal accident
which occurred on Mount Oervin upon the
i4tn instant. Aiora f rancia Alouelas. acred
nineteen, Mr. Whymper, Mr. Charles Hud
son and M.r.jttaauoy au met at Zjrmatt,and
being desirous of accomplishing the ascent
of Mount Cervin, or Matterhorn, which had
hitherto proved inaccessible, resolved to
make the attempt in a party. Mr. Hudson
had brought from London some wire rone
kj nciutate tne ascent, Dut finding that
Mr. Whymper was ready to proceed, he
ten nis apparatus at nis Hotel and started
from Zermatt with the gentleman above
namea, accompanied by tbe guides, Mi
chael Croix, of (Jhamounix, and Tangwald.
with the, two sons of the latter. None of
tne party expected to reach tne summit on
this occasion, wishing only to discover
some way to the decided point
One of -Tangwald's sons evan return.
ed to tne village. The party passed tbe
night at the foot of Mount Cervin. On the
iouowing . day, finding that the ascent
would oe easier tnan was anticipated, they
pushed on and arrived at the summit at 2
If. At three o clock they were descend.
ing the mountain, Croz leading the wav.
followed by Lord E. Douglas, Messrs. Had-
aoy, Hudson, Whymper, and the two
langwalds, the whole party being con
nected by the same rope. Lord Francis
Douglas happening to slip, caused Croz
and Messrs. Haddoy and Hudson to fall
also. Tangwald, the father, and laat of
the party, was able to pass the end of the
rope round a rocky projection, but it broke
between Messrs. Whymper and Hudson,
and the four first named Croz, the guide,
Lord Francis Douglas, and Messrs. Had
doy and Hudson rolled down the moun
tain side, and were precipitated from rock
rock to a depth of four thousand feet
survivor arrived at Zermatt at 10
o'clock, on the morning of the 16th inst
he bodies, of the victims of the catastro
were recovered the lame day. ;,.u
State Claims on the National Government.
The following are the claims of the res
pective Etatea for re-imbursement by the
uovernment for expenses' incurred in
raising, subsisting and equipping troops at
the outbreak of ths rebellion in 1861. Sev
eral of the claims have been paid in full by
the Treasury. The others are held to
await the production, by the claimants, of
additional vouchers, & As a general
thing the accounts were presented in a bad
manner, which is the true cause of delay in
their settlement; Massachusetts and Illi
nois were the only States whose accounts
Irdian SI.92T.88T 90
, S,5il,7-S 0
. Htl 5'S 7
. 1,11 413 4S
, SJUU.tiS 11
, S,'.le,lt3 SS
, 71S.IS6 6t
, S.I8-.4ia 31
K ITIHI ..
. l.tHU G3t S3
, ,1,49S 99
. 46 9I8S7
. 1,319.712 44
. D4tt,ZZ0 e
11 3.1 M
. 1,144,3' 95
. 69,100 ia
. S6,1S3 IT
. . 3,0m 20
Khode laland .
L BALDWIN & CO.
OFF IB. THIS DAY.
1500 PIKUKS FLANNELS.
Grev. - " " - -iwfit
Bd, Figured, "
Or tOfte. Miners,
Brown, r baker.
Magenta. Roh Boy,
And others. And others.
Contracted for ecr y, and tor sale by the bate.
piece or at retail, a' very low prices. angu
Crumb, Basllnglon & Kendall
NEW DRKSS GOOD?.
ObumxI to-dr, a iplendld Buortntent
' FALL DRESS GOODS,
D.LA1NES. NEW FEINTS,
BROWN AND BLUE COTTONS,
DOMESTIC GOODS. :
qg C, B. . K
JADIES' DRESS GOOD3.
M0EQbN,"E00T & CO.
Have Jaat Retired .
FRKNt.H MBHIifos Choice colon aid cheap.
MUM LIN DB I.MNK- Mt-w Fall jtte.
MIBR1MAOK PB.I a ra Very choice t'jlea
MOURNING PRINTS Am Icaa and kngliah.
HALHORAL SklNTt A 'ull atock.
BLEACHED COTTONS A (rood axwrtment.
Housekeeping Demeitic Hood
1b ev. ry varlt-t,.
For cheap good, at wboleaalaor retail, go to
anrl MORGAN. BOOT A OO.'B.
OODS FOB SOLDIERS WEAK AT
VJI WHUI BSALE.
100 doi. Pessdale Shirts.
Km) do Be. nap da .
a0 do HellOB do
5uo do nprnder.
Kallroad Hags, It.
All reeelnd this day and offered at Eastern
prior, ho gooda sold at r.ttl.
M. HALL a 00.,
ljlX 147 Water atrMt,
QLOTHING AT COST.
J. H. DEWITT & CO..
We shall for the nest JM days offer our er tire stock
of Men and boys Clothing at COST, to make rom
for goois now being manufactured for the fall
trade. Tne stocK comprises
BLtrK t FANCY CASSIMERES I DOESKIN PINTS.
BLACK AND TtN T DOESKIN V-oftf,
BLACK fB (IK 0OAT8,
rKCNOB WALKING O0ATS,
B' SISIdd SUITS,
LllN PARTS, TESTS AND CO 4 'Id
Tb- ir-od ara of tba beat make, a1! boneh
cheap, and will he aold at PKiMEK)rfor30d.y.
a. I'twiTt a uu,
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS
A A handaom aaaortment at
HOW KB a HIGRIE'S
Tl OSTERY AND GLOVES. A large
S S and rally assorted atood nt
IiOEs A BISBEK'3.
UMMER DRESS GOODS. The
choicest and moat farhlonablo gooca of the
bob ia great variety at
HOWIR k ftlOBKE'S.
f ANTILLA AND DRESS SiLKS
13X Of tbe bast description at
HOffKR A H IRAKI'S
17"HITE BEREGB GARMENTS now
t T od haiid. A choice aopnlr, at
H. T. HOWER & CO.
SPECIAL BARCA'NS IN
Black and white Alpaca
Mew tihadeo Alpaca
trepe II are t a
Boot- b QlnKfaatna
l!nea Table CoTert
PLAIN SILKS IN ALL COLOKS.
SEEDED BILES IN ALL COLORS
BICH BLACK SILKS.
30 Saprlov Street, Corner (iuetw.
U. T. HOWEK & 00.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO.,
i 1 217 Superior Street,
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY,
In Beaatirol Betgn.
In Cbene, Stripe and Plaid.; ,
Black and White Cbetk Silks,
la Solid and Broken Checks.
Black and Colored Greaadlnea,
Black and Colored Crape loreta,
- - WlthalargBsonaBtef
BS1CTIFUL DRESS GOODS
Adapted lor SBmmer wear.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD 4 CC
No. 21? Banerlor WMt
BLACK AND WHITS CHUCK.
PopUn. TAYLOR, GBIDWOLD A CO.. -
AT REDUCED PRICES.
W bare this day marked doom anea o
onr stock of
. BILK MANTLES,
To less thaa coat of aaflfactariag. to loe tbem
out. AU who want to norchaae a Silk alamtent.
can asonre a Big Bargain, by calling on
TAf LOB, QBISWOI-D A OO.
Jy S'T Snp-rior .rpt.
ib ni raicasov
MbtIbi PBrchuad ny atock of Linen Goodl
1bo th baay decline of Wold. I ant enabled to
for there at greatly reduced raioa. la ta atock
wul be foaad
Bleached Table lamask at ILUt
rwisw prne, saw a jaio.
Bleached Table Damask at $1-50:
lH-BBaa iHiiwi IA a araiad . "
Unbl'd Table Bamask only $1 a yard.
PILLOW J3ASB L1NIH, of beat a call tie, as
WHI1B TABLB-OLOTB at 13.00: ' actoall.
Worth BOr, So.00.
BATKlMa. DOTLCS. Bad LINIB BOSOMBL
Eand-spuM Damask, ToueU, Diapers, tc.
All Lleen Oood sold by aw are warranted of th
Terr oeat Btamilaetnx. and .111 be aold on a. low
Bfl anoB qnai-uea of gooa can oa an jroed.
N. B. A package of Ladle' iu Genu' HAND
KKBCHIErS and aome bUO. N TABLEOLtiTiiS.
Onr. Bwnertor .ed Ptihtie -iqnar.
PATE NT OFFICE ACCNCY.
TJMTED STATES AND FOREIGN
LATENT OPTICS AOElfCJ,
av, 13 Banal BlreeS, Cle-vr-land, Obta.
W are DreDared to traaaact baalneaa ol atara
dcMortptioB rate ting to Indention, Drawing, Oa-
r.Mi, bpeolfleataDB, ratanta. iarrrngeBKata, aal
ae rataat tatw. dubbiuuc m CO.,
iBna auormer aw raaaafei.
fiecond 6eain la America
S. B. HOWES'
. B. HOWESreaaecifulylnroriB
the pnb le that thai la th a-ooed
aeaaon ol hia etabhbnt IB Aater-
a ter an abaene. of aevea year
Is Barop, bringing to thia country
The world has erer sen, eonbinlBg
a'l the great Cqnestr aa Pe frnvrs
oi Bngiana ani uonaaentai e,arone,
nunbeiing nearly ,
100 Vale female Lrthtet.
Hr. B OWE with a desire to grat
ffy he nnisrersal public, as well as
hts Immediate natrons, ajtnonacea a
Welch tba pt e of Karopa flocked
by tht nsandti, irosn d staac ef ten
to twenty -miles, to Witatsa,
A CORGEOUa 1 PAG BANT
More brilliant thl ever rehald by
I mortals since the dafsof ebivaJry,
or the Splendors of th Field of tbe
Cloth of Jo!d. In ihts great pro
cession will appear the Grand 'ba
1 not or iurme,wiui th" mu UfKBA
BAND, f jllowed by the-
Beautiful Tsbls. rr,
I Cam log a Living Lioa la the
1 attests, and Ountaiturg an Allegor-
iicai 1 abteaa or s Bjetita, r-prea-n-ted
by a Grcuo of Beautitnl Fe
males, cltwsicaiy draped. At tte
i feet ef the GotfoVes of Liberty.
Icrnncbe a large II Ins; Lion, train
ed hy- Mr. Crockett Around ara
( grouped beantifal giils, represtnt
.ingKOBOPE, Ana, ,. . .
Wih Troth and Justice sundlng
iby. This magaflcont peripateito
jnictnre will ne followed by -
S NEPTUNE'S SEA CHARIOT
CHINESE CHARIOT OF
MASSIVE CAGE OF LIONS,
' nd other Chariots Can, and Ber
. Una. of erqnista wcrkmac-rbln.
drawn by dtwvohments of the sf ag
niQ eut Bind of Foreian Horses,
and pneceeded by lbs -thole troupe
of artists, laclaalog lbs most
Beaaiiral Lady Riders la
t)i World t
11 Shetland ! Ponies,
. . BajtWIM tBB
TIT ANI A!
Tbe whole form ins tbe moat at
tractive out door display enr wit-
on this continent. . .
J-- riT. -r-Z,
; fOI frMB frov forest, nn tamed end
' ' 'J vA Q-Dbdned. save by this besst con
queror, wboee- da in exploit
Astlei's Amphitheatre, London,
won himendnring tame. Th'sslo
rions act ooasrsted In tofns: a one
into a whole eerd- of beast, which
ba1 escaped from their cajra and
devonred a poor fellow who fell In
tieir way, and by bis mysterious
power, quelling their rajce end
thirst for blood, sad leadins; tbem
baa to th-tr dens. Mr. Crockett
will appear at saoh prtbrmsnc,
in their enovmoms cage, feetl them
with raw meat from bis nak'd
hand, and demonstrate his control
over them bf naakins; hm eer
torm a number of mannrreu and
novel evolutions. Dunne an in
terval In tbe CI reus surfer ma soe,
sir. Crockett will jro rthrouvh bis
daribg and woDderfrrl entertain
ment within the Immense. - .
Bllf Or Wlhll U0N8I
In the osnter of the afenn, exhib
itinr ti the andiencd a degree of
strrlinsr eeorspe and iron nerve
sever before equaled hy mortal
In sddHion to thMemot untitle
anrl iwBnarkaKUBilruaiiAa. .:-..
a of themaelveB ercei , others now
te ore the pnhilo, the managers
take pride and pleasure in an
nauncing that the
Nln la Bnmber, will a p ar In
their wonderfal and ebaraoterlatlo
feat ataach eibibiUoa. Taere f
no race o( p opla ob th. clobe
aroond which enter mora that 1
Inter-atlng to -h tnbdo la gene,
rat, and th historical atudent la
particnlar, thaa th ran. to which
tbeae lithe and gr cefol rosud
belong - Wheth.r eoaaldered la
relati .a to ta. peenlkir III, they
Irad thebeantifniand tr.n.etra
diti-m which they hold, tb.ir an
cient life aad habit, aa deacribad
IB th Bible, thai preponderance
ib poetry aad ong, their
Powers of Physical Sitduranee,
And their aJmoet at, .... .am
horaeme., they ehallenga oar
' roep-CT. ; The, at
tached to thia MtaMi.ha.ai ax.
noble apeciaena or their tribe, and
jrejent all the peoallariti. of
thrlr people, wblle aa eaaaak.
rouurtr, ami Acrobat,, tber ar
Proalnent aaaone ta. .1I...H..
talent of the arena are anch artiata
BCCetaloB aT trlneuik. ...
lntd Ib arenlc aanal.
Th WDBderral Irare-hack Aider.
Th Pval.r -oaoie ad Hnakaipa
rl.n Art!,!,, and great eiympi
tho hnmvrona Comedian aud
Willi. ui Hullnway.
Principal hiJera.d Ureat Boater.
Batoot Lemper and (nnaral Eqnee-
The Wonderrnl Cannon rtall Per-
mraver aad Domic roatariet.
Th t'.imitabl, datiag aad thrit.
img irapeae rerrormers.
rui R i lobh
Ponnlna- a Comic Onaitett.. u..
Priai.g fi toat, the creat Aovrr
caa Clown; Pbtb Coili. th
aomnaolth Blngi Joaaar Hal,
th Bn'toa of the Arena; Lima
Hao, M adorn (Irimaldl.
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Oaatoa, Wadaeaday... a lnim
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A'yna, Batnrday th
aahUbala. ThBraday. tin.
Ooaaeaat, Triday S6th
Krie, Satarday IB b
Walerford, MoBday. - rath
aaadTlllo, Tmadjij... . nth
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140 Stjtbjuob Stbsb-t, Ci-ivgLAjrD, O.
UNITED STATES i
7 - 30 LOAN.
By Minority of th Seoratary of th : Tiiaaui);
th Badeilgad,tlMaeaeral SnbaarKotloa AKant.fov
th lal of United State Baearltlea, often to th
pnbUo the third aerie of Tnarary Hotea, hearing
aarea and three-tenth par cenk latere! per annnw
know aa ta f :
7-30 LOAN hws
Theae notes are laeued aadew data of J sly 16
laaa, aad are payable three yean front that dale la
curenoy, or an ooafartlha '.ml th. optioa of th
holder Into ' ' '
V. B. 5-20 filx Per CeaU
COLD-BEAR INC BONDS.
Tbeae Booda worth a baadeomr preminm,ad'
an azempt, a ara all the SuTcraawnt Bond, from
OVaaatp, aad Ifaaarl aacatios. ataici tddifrom om
at lir fe-nat yer aaaawl e laear tNtuM, accotdlng
t th. rate leried npo ether property. Th. later
Bat la payable aemi-aarnaaJI; by tJacipoa aUached
t ach aote, which may ba ont off and aold to any
haak ar banker.
fata tataraal at 7-SO per re amonntai ta
- Own Cant per Bay mm a San Naete. -Twa
Cent i : - Sltrw - '
Tern - , S ,
SO aa ' at at $!UUO . .
1 ' ' " w&O "
Bote of all denomination named will be prompt
ly tarniehed npoa rec Ipt of cnb-criptiou.
Th Note of th Tblrd Stria are pneiawy rml-Uu-
ia torn aad privilege te th beten-Thlttie
already acid, azeapt that the Government ceaarta
if) itaelf the optioa a- paying iaumt la go-d coin
at t per cent. Instead o' 7 3- loths is currency, gub-
cribers will ddact the intereat la ourraaeg op to
Jnly lota, at th time whea they aubHcrlb.
Th dellTary of the note of thi thrd aerie of
th SeTea-thlrtit will eommenoa on th let of
Jttna, Bad will b mad promptly and contlnBonaly
after that data.
Xb illghtchaag made In th condition of that
' lent te t&a oairssycy Intereat of the higher rate.
The return to specie payment, fn Us svenl of
be availed of, would so reduce snd equalise prices
that pnrcbases male with six per cent- In gold
would be laity equal to those made with seven ud
three tenths per cent. In currercy. This Is 1
Tbe Only Loan In Market
Sow otered by th rt.Teraaaeat, aad It aperiv
BdvaalageB mak It the
Great Popular Loan of tha People.
Leaa thaa f 0,000,000 of th loan author! ltd by
th laat Congress ara sow oa th. market. Thia
amount, at tb rata at which tt I belag alworbed.
will all be an bee ri bed for wlthia sixty day,
ta Bote will aadonbtedly ei.mmaad,a premlnm.
aa ha Bnlformly been the sob cloning the eub-
aerlptlOBa te other Loan..' "
la order that ettlaan of avary Iowa and section
ef the aoaatry may be afforded faellttl for taking
th loan, the National Banks, Slate Banks, aad
Private Banker, throughout th conatry have gen
eral!, agreed to laoetv nbeoription at par. Bab-
acribera will leet their own agent, la waten th-p
hav confidence, and .booaly ar to b reapOBarbla
for th delivery of th Bote for whVm they reoelv
. JAY COOKE,
o. US Hob th Third atrest, Phbadalphla. .
BnbaeriptlOBJ will be racalTed by th
7IR8T NATIONAL BAJTK,
SECOND NATIONAL BANK, '
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK,
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITT BANK, of Cleveland.
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SOUTHWORTH VKLLUXI NOTE,
south woRra pkarl note, . -
SOUTH WORTH PARCH M'NT NOTS,
IMPEBIAL.NOTR, ruled on four sides, j
EXCELSIOR NOTE, Extra Thick:
. - - I
An Elegant Stock of Envelopes.
JSaVBLOPBB White, doable thick, gilt band.
BVBUlPES White, Ulpl Ihtsk, gilt band.
. BBVILOPBlB.fr, Canary, Amber, Orange,.
NVBLOPBS aageBtaaBd aaemrted col.r.
BVBLOPIS New btyla,Opea Ind, aaaorted.
PETEE'S PATENT ENVELOPES
A lrg atock kept eoBatanlly on hand. Whole
ale cue to me ra will b. aoppl td at lew rale.
Of onr own Vsnstaotora. ,
JoarnmlK, E-edtrere, Day- Bftwekfi,
ntee"rl Bookfl, Ceala aflooBs,Tluie Book
A K HOLD'S INK, EAGLTE PENCILS-
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Po-tfollos, Pans Books, Tuck MswtwsAdSins. bold'
rens. sk-i saw oy
COBB, ANDREWS k CO.,
STORY oy thb GREAT MARCH.
Diary of Gen. Sherman 'a Cainpafgn
TH BOUGH ., . - '
Georgia and tbe P arollnas.
Br BKBV. MAJOR 6B0BSB WAEO NIuHOLS,
Aid de Camp to aeaeral tihermaa.
With A MAP and ILLUSTRATIONS.
lama, Otolh, tl TA. -rertale
by - -
COBB, ANDREWS 4 CO,-
And j-at by maU.aoM-pUd... ta,p, a, prb,. C?
Sf Wk. itamm.
JNVRSTiaATB OUR PLANS.
LIFE lf.SURAf.CE COMPANY
tbat SInB-a anrl Pays am Annual Olv
ideina Sn i a-Ai am the fir. and
- Aaeb SnlMieanent atenewal.
THE OLD AND POPULAR
LileH Insurance Co.,"
f HlBTFOBB, CJ5!T:
ASSBTS, tl 500,000
f ' j A .O.- WALKLSZ, President.
Ta tea IS h tear of baaloeaa. and Ber LlTlOA-
TKuaaiBDlaULAIM. t)ae of the Uld-at, f aleet.
' he, eflt ai d -at Companita Ib Ana rlca, brlag at
tbie time o. of ta. avxt pupa'ar ''omoenle la th.
d, ha,t tntror ujed tb. Anr P.m of Ammmu t
Trwap imi diriaeada ya aanwl dlrtdMid aot
ia 6 t b year. ftr tbny were declared, a ia
Ml eompanlea. bat oa the renewal of eery Po-i-
ey. - tjor lee Year an.-forfeit a re endowmcBt plan.
wa ravte. t a. tee aaoat erfran t.c-oua to tb. IB
aavad at aa, cnrapMiy x aat. B aar. aad laea
tajraaaattr adv.n'.e-. befer. rnaartna eltewbere.
H H Y LN t (KM.af. tiea'l Agvals
"iVflOB ld Benatior atra I, ("ppoett. J)aak
apt?rv ' ;-'
Tranllnr, h ml. Special aad Dkrlrlct Ageata
app-r-Hed, aad ge-nd lednoi maati oflerea. Appl,
. iv.. aogl2.tt
denta of whatever kind, la mad. by th
0 HlKTFOaO, C0I5.
CASII CAPITAL, . i530O,O0O.
A po'ley of 1-Bnrance aitalnat aoci-tenta of all
kind, pvy Ulg $5,000 in cue of fatal cawnlty or trS
p-rvint ia c.ee of dliablirg inlnry. Gt bnt
tn t- Flit ,rr. Any mm trr m 1600 to t ,UiQ
with to S.'0 .eek'v comp-n-.tion ij pipportto.
HO HIldJAL EXAMINATION BgQUiaKU.
J. S. BATTASiSN, pTM-t.
TS4IIB t SlSsOS.lsenls,
OmoB,Par building (neat la coeut Bona,)
Clevcaad, Onto .... -t Jy6:-,ia
SUN rlKK ISgUltAxMJit COMPANY,
' : .. OP CLEVELAND.
OPflCa -17S IUPBBIUB ' BTBIIT.
cash capital, - $250,000
JM. kTVaVkKR, 5ito!" WOKTuNQTOa.
BJBRT HASVEY, O. A. hKOOKS,
W. B. 60YLI4. ,
, nrlLLMAS WSgr, Preaid.aV
i sf. sfl. cssAPIfs, Wiee ireat.
' ft, O. mIWK. geereearr mnacKS
Of Clereland, oilo.
Capital - noa.eoa a.
laveateu- la cr fully aeoared b
, . . Mortgagai, Bond sad Stacks.
I .:..:! I 1
' .; ; ptitxoTossi.
E.P. MorgaB, .
B. P. Hyer.
i . H. Dnderword,
I. H. M.rim.
W. W. Wrllht,
Ir. T. T. eaeiya,
1. W. 8. Htreator,
A. H. rtaleae'der,
1. V. 8eaivrd,
e. v. tartaweld.
H. K. Beyaelda,
T-B. Beck with,
, MOROAB, PieaUk-nt. , .
MYKK.1. Vie. Praatdeaa,
J. H. I.h L)illtW(mL,
.. .. MBKIMi, Tn
. A. H. BATCH B-liJ-.a, ueaerai Agent.
artfflre In- Rosee'a Block, eor-er of Hnrerfa.
t. and Hubris Sonar; Clew and, t)hto. mytrBA
co Mr as i.
FIRE AND MARINE.
CAPITAIm, ... . . -
Ho Scrip Hivldendi. Profl'a divide, la CASH
among etoee: aad Policy Bolden.
TaKa Marine Ueaardsof all kin-'. Fir Biak.
Bnl'dlaga Merchandl, PurBltnr-. Veia la
Port, aad the better Mae. of B lake aWearaliy.
Wm Hart, R Peltca. ' Ac da. Stone,
P h.raletf1n, b. D, Mudaos, J. H.mberiU.
W T. w.lk.r. O. A.eardner. O.H.Oilut.
P. V. P.lt-.a, Wm. welihooae. - -'
OrpiCB Ovl.tt'a Bicbaaire. foot of Banerlor
tree. Ulevetaad, tlbm. I
Loeadjtednd promptly paid.'
V ' ' . WM. BABT, Preaident.
b -D. Huawow, Secretary. -
(Jept J. A. UaaUMAM, Maria laapector.
1j. riUD'ON , , k
wumes as viret, nnriM tamel jixe
Offloa, Oriatt yvbacre, fool Snpertor
vi.aauani, il L .
totnilTH tbb rOLUiwraa nnBTV.an..
oaeseye eiaieau IM, tCL. ' 'rrrmBB. J 1
Ohio, frira aad ,f) strt,4S
Market Ptn M ,.7.,
Pn-toB Plr. - u !
Norwich Mr In. Ua., Norwich, ft.. " 4sli,m
North Woatera " . Oawego, N. T. ' 1 440,77
New York Life - " New York B-auut-7lliC.
Phoenix Marie In. Oo. of BroOt lya
N. V , caab capital I.OOO.ftOO
UWEH MOMfLTT A OJ I! UTS a AND PAO.
Particnlar atteotlen aivea to the adlnatnMmt
Marine Lease. L. D. H 1; DrtON.
! - Agent nd A dj oxter.
fHpt. O. A. fttaeireB. atnrln. fnmrtor. frlfl-R;
O TACLKA. . .
Prartlral aad SdrBtlSeCMv,.. h-m-th. I.. -
tent ef Opticr ' , . . .
Bein aa old eelatl'.k" ' . . C "
teualvel, patrow'a. be be tbe eonSrienc tbat
.?.rTa' ""-a .ill warrant tbe oeotli nance of
pobHc faro-., an ki. ...... . .
alltjro' errata! nUume., aroond ur lie owb
laapectfntt. In .11 M,u,..n..e. ...W . ,..i..
Bad i'MtDartll,. aUvn.th Inr lnn.M.....lu
nr irtlAcialMMbiwtMl .ItkA., ,...
Orytra lit Una rlor at . Ira moo. u..
wCraeee to the American H ,tel.
wan of travelen clalmiaar to be Mr. Solo.
moneoB or bl aavnt. IiufAt
J. g. PI B LIT. tke V.U.M. rtau. ..m
tiooee to aire aniv.rB.1 . l .
hi profemlon, Mo. 133 Boperlor atreet. Johaaow
It Ih to the advantaire of all. whe.aed.ti.
a teaaa a that of iKhl Is eogaeraod. to deal
one of acknowledged .kill, who ai.k. mm .
prvterraiona ; alao a roll aaaortment of I'Dtlcei and
wt'.heniatlpal Innt-nme.te. I.lvl
' Dp. J. t. OAIIILH. -
ef the Ira of Haujwxll a DAanna.
at hla old eetahlil-hed IiumJ n.,-. .IT7
Ontario atreet and Public rion.r.
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