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PIIRlYSBXJTlCr, O., THUKSDAY, TTTIW L 180:1.
olioe is In "relir trivoii llmt on Moivluv. tlio 2fltl.
dnv of Jilt v. ISHl, nt tin-Iioiisj of Mioii.ud Amos
inl'ortnyc township, I will lot to tliu lowest bi.l1-r,
in xppariiti sections the linking.'!' the tlnilil knnwn
s drrtin No. 1(1, coitimeiiciiiir nt or near tlio sotitli
il!trtt'r port of section 1, lirl:tjr9 township: tlion.v
riinniii north on or ncnr th qunrtor lhi" 2"tl in Is;
thencu in a li.irtli-wvst.'ily direction to the Portairo
rivor anil tlicr- toriiiiniiU'. Tlio work com arises 17
sections of 20 mils cncli; the iilth of the bottoiii.il'
(lie first 8 flection to be .1 feet, the roin liinlor four
feet. The Imnks to have a slope of P ' to I foot
in depth. The earth taken from the diteh to be re
moved 3 fWt from the bank. The rutting us in
dicated on the engineer' profile to be adhered to in
excavating. Tlio work to be completed bv the 1 t
day of November. 18(11, to the acceptance of the
County Commissioners. Hale to commence nt I
o'clock, p m. AIOISOX SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Office, Wood comity, O.
l'errysbursf, June 2ll. ls'iO -8v." :'. OH.
Notice is lioreliy pi von that on Wedivsd.iv. the
31st day of July next, at Ad.uu K oss' old si in 1 in
Portage township, I w ill let to the lowest bidder, in
Heparin sections, the making of tin- drain known as
drain No. 21. cuiiiiii.Mieiiisr t n point where a line
running north mid south thioiiu'h the c. litre of sec
tion 22 in Uherty'tow ns! iip cross. -s tli .' I!!ael. Swamp
branch of the I'.u-t i ir. river; thence running a north
cast course in said channel until it crosses the east
line of section !) in 1'ori-iijj township, v, heival to
terminate. The work is di i 1 ! into 14 " sections of
20 rods each, an 1 to lc of the . followiiio; width on
the bottom: from h jritmin? to section 4H twenty
feet, from section -1 i to 8.) inclusive thirty feet, from
section SO toon I forty feet. Tne tim' 'r.' II-mhIw.hkI
and arth to be cleared out I X feet from the center of
said drain for the titst l"i s-ctions. 2j feet for the
next Hi, and :'.() feet for the rein imderof the sections.
Ss'oio of banks 1 1 i to 1 foot in depth. The cutiintrs
varies from l-lllil of a fool ti tP feet. The enttinirs
to bo nude in necor lance with the profile of the en
gineer in charge of the work. Th" whole ti be
completed by the first day of Novem'ier, 1SH, to
the acceptance of the ('oui'i'y ('nmniissi.iM 'i s. Plan
and specifications of the win k will be exhibited an I
conditions ma le known on day of .sale. Sale to
commence, ut li) o'clock, II. in.
ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Olliee, Woo l conntv, O.
IVrr.vsburg, June L'Oili, lS'll-l-Sw $ , 00.
Notice is herebv nivcn that on Tlnn-nl.. v fl. 1(
day of August, ISil, at the house of J. Flickingur
in Plain township. 1 will I 't to th lowest hid lor, in
separate sections, the making of the drain known
ns drain No. 2 !, coinni-ncinx 20 rod- north of tin.
south-west corner of sc.-!io:i :;i, town a, range II :
Jhencc south alonjr the l'errysburg :,n 1 Findlav '.
f . road to a point 20 ro Is south i,f tiie norlli-'wst
corner of section 11, town 4. range 11 : titmice cast
on the most practicable rente to a point 40 rods south
of the north-east corner of said seciion (1. and there
terminate. Tiie work C. inpiios :!' sections of 20
rods each, with a bottom of o ; Hot in width Tor
the first. IS sections, and of 3 fo ot for llie balance.
Dank slopes I '.j basj to 1 vertical. The earth ta
ken out of the diteh to be removed :l feet from the
tdope of th" bank. The cuttings to be made in ac
cordance w ith tiie profile of the engineers in charge
of the work, and the whole to be e. ni)l -toil by the
1st day of November, Is 11. I'lan an I specifica
tions will be exhibited, and conditions made known
on day of sale. Sale I i commence at 10 o'clock, a.
m. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Ofiiee, Wood conntv, O.
Perrysburg, June 20. IS 11 Sivjjif 00.
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 27th
of July next, ai the hoti- . of Alva K hole's, in 1'lain
Township, 1 will let t niie lowest bi I ler, in s-parate
sections, tiie making of drain No. 2'-', ennui -.ii'inv
about eight rods cast of the west pi art r post of
section 31, town j n a-tli. ring.- 10 east; thence
northerly to the sniih-we.st coin er of section 27,
.same town an 1 range : thence n "rtli.on the Liberty
and Miltmiville Free Turnpike road, to a point about
80 rods north of the sou.h-west coriwr of section 3,
same town an 1 range : thence north-westerly dou n
Tontogany creek, terminating in the n ith-rast
quarter of s a tion 3 1. town 0 north, an 1 rang afore
said. Sai l drain is divi led into one hundred mi l
tjftv sections of 200 feet each. Width of bottom 2
feet to station l;t, the ivni ainder three feet. Hank
slopes l ' j l)ise to 1 vertical. The excavate 1 cartli
jilong tiie road to be cast lh"-eoii, and all the can'i
tub.! clear of the slopes at 1 'ast three feet. The
work to b " complete 1 by the Ijt'n Novemb '.i next,
to the acceptance of the County Commissioners.
The plan and specific ati ins of the wo rk, Ac, w ill
be exhibit.' 1 o:i tin dav of sale. Sale to c. innieuce
tit lOo'olock ,a.in. A DDISON S ITH.Aiidilor.
Auditor's Oiliee, Woo l county, O.
Perry s'mrg, June 21, ISdl SwiT 25.
Notice in hereby given that, on the 30th day of
July next, at Dautoi man's school house, in Poiiage
township, I will lot to the lowest bid lor, in separate
sections, the making of drain No. 31, commencing
nta point w here the Milton and Montgomery F. T.
road crosses the west branch ol Portage river; thence
east in the south ditch of said road to tbo middle
branch of Portage river. Said drain is divided in
to 43 sections of 20 rods each. Width of bottom 3
feci, and bank slopes j i base to 1 vertical. The
(excavated earth to b thrown over the road and not
less thai) .1 feet from th slopes. - The work to be
done lit tl)5 10t h November next, to the acceptance
of the County Cominis.iioners. Plan and specifica
tions of the work exhibited on the day of sale. Sale
to comm.. ice at fen o'clock, a. m.
ADDISON SMITH, Auditor,
Auditor's Office, Wood county, O.
Perrysburg, Jmm 21, JS(U8wjJ5 25.
Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of Au
gust next, at the house of Joseph Mitchell in Plain
township, I w ill lot to tiie lowest bidder, in separate
sections, the making of ditch No. 3S, con. 111 'iieing
HO rods west of the south-east corner of section 2,
town 4 north, range 10 cast; th"nee west to the south
quarter post of said section ; thence north HO rods
thencu west about 2." rods; thence north-westerly to
the west line of-the east half of the south-west
quarter of said section ; thence north on the halt'
quarter line to the north line of s ai I section. Also
a branch or arm to the aforesaid iliich, commencing
40 rods south of the uorth quarter post of the south
west quarter of the section aforesaid ; theiico west
HO rods to the w est line of the suue section. Tlio
vork it divided into 2i s 'Ctionsof 20 rods each, cx
eeptutg suction 13, which is 10 rods long, section 17
2S rods, and section 21, IS rols long. Width of
bottom 'AM feet down to station ll; thence to station
) 7, i feet; thencu to istatiuu 21, 8 Icet i thence to the
tnd, 7 feet. AVidtti of bottom of arm diteh 3 feet.
The ann comprises 4 sections of 20 rods each. P.ank
slopes I !j base to 1 rise. Kartli to be cast at least
3 feet from the slopes. The w hole t 1 be completed
bv the 15th November next, to the acceptance of th.i
County Commissioners. Plan and specifications
the work and terms of sale made know n on the day
of letliug. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, p. in.
ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Office, Wood county, 0.
Perrysburg, Juno 21, IStil- 8wi$3 50.
Notice is herebv given that on the 2d dav of Au
gust next, at the house of It. 11. llultis, in Plain
township, I will let to the lowest bidder, in separate
sections, the making of ditch No. 30, commencing
nt the center post of section 3, tow n 1 north, range
10 cast: thencu north ontho quarter line of said sec
tion, and of section 34 in Plain township, to inter
sect the ditch now located, and known as the Wood
bury ditch. The work comprises 2a sections of
rods each, excepting the last, w hieli is 2'J rods long.
Hank slopes 1..' base to I vortical. Width of bot
tom 8' feet. The earth to bp removed at least two
teet troin the bank
Tlio whole to bo completed
by the 15th November next, to the acceptance of
County toimmsssioiiers, Plan and specifications
of the work exhibited, and terns of taile made
known on the day ol sale. Salo to commence at
o'clock, p. 111. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor,
Auditor's Oillce, Wood county, O.
Pcrrysburj;, June 21, 1881 6iv3$5 75,
F. & D. K. Hollonlwck vs William R. Carothers,
Uy virtue of an order of sale, issued from
Couit of Common pleas, Wood county, Ohio, in
above entitled cause, I shall, at the door of
Court House, in Perrysburg, in Wood county, Ohio,
Twentieth-seventh Pav of Julv. 1881.
at 10 o'clock, , u., of said day, flier for sale
public auction, the following: described lauds
leueimnis lu-nu: mo west one-tlnril ot ttio
half of the soinli-east quai ter of section number
citrbUMm, towusbip number four north, mnpe nmu-
ber ten east, in the county of Wood and State
UUw, and eoutauuuir twenty-six and 07-100 acres.
G. K. GUVER, Hheriff.
rrrySi)urg, Ohio, June 18, 1661 8w 5J3 ,
OAIK OF UIIAl, ESTATE. IX I'UOHATK
O COl KT.
John Uusael, adm'r vs David Cleveri and Catha
rine Clovers, deo'd.
On the first day of July, ISiU , between 10 o'clock
a. m. anil 4 o'clock p. in,, on the premises, will be
sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate,
as the property of Catherine Clovers, and David
Clovers, deceased: Commencing 22 rods w est of
the south-east corner of the liiM'tli '.j of the north
west 'i of section 1". township 3, range 11 east;
thence west 20 rods ; thence norih SO rods : thence
cast 2il rods: thence south SO rods: in iking 13 acres.
Also, commencing at the south-east corner of the
north half of the north-west quarter of section 17,
township 3 .range 1 1 oast: thence 22 rods west: thence
north SO: thence cast 22 rods ; thence south SO rod
to the place of beginning : containing 11 acres- the
properly of David Clovers and Catharine Clovers,
dee'd. Conditions made known on dav of s lie.
JOHN" UrSSIil,, adm'r.
ClIOK. PlIICR & .ToltVsoN, ntt'vs.
Mav20th. lsdl 3vtll S5. '
)UoJATE COl'KT, WOOD COLNTV, OHIO.
I'Mwiu (iorton, (iuardian of Jacob Clovers and
Mary . ('levers, ( Minors vs. Jacob Clcers,et al.
liy virtue of au order of sale, from said Court in
the above entitled cause, to me issued, directed and
delivered, 1 will od'er at public auction, on
Monday the 1st day of July, l.i.
betwec.i the hours of 10 o'clock n. in. and 4 o'clock
p. in. of said day, on the premises, the f How ing de
scribe 1 real estate, to-w it: That parcel of land com
mencing SO rods west of the south-east corner of
the north half of the north-west quarter of siotion
seventeen, town three north of range eleven cast,
l ulling west 3S rods, tin nee north SO rods, thence
cast iiS rods, thence south SO rods to the place of
beginning, containing 10 acres: also, that parcel
coiuni aieing 1 IS rods west of the south-east corn :v
of the north half of the north-west quarter of oe
tioii seventeen, town three north of range eleven
east, rutting west 42 rods, thence north 80 rods,
thence east 12 ro Is, thence soul!, SO rods to the place
of beginning, containing 21 acres: bothof said par
cels of Ian J being situate in Wood county, hio, and
the property of said Minors, Terms made known
on day of sale. FDWIN tiOIITON.
tSuar.lian of Jacob and Mary A. Clovers.
(!t:o. Sthain, atty.
Mav 20, ISill :!w(l.jil,0.)
ASTKR CO.MMISSlONFIt'S SA1.K.
Sti'iihen Kldridge a dtn'r, vs Joseph Crane,
Hv order of an alias order of sale, issued, ami to
lue direct 'd, from the Court of Common Pleas of
Wood county, Ohio. I shall expose to public sale at the
door of the Court House ill Perrysburg,
On Satiudav, Julv 0, lsi',1,
between the hours ot 12 m. and 2 o'clock, p. in., the
following described lands and tenements situate in
Wood county, and State of Ohio, to-w it: The oast
half of the the north-west quarter of section thirty
six, town live, range twelve cast : coot lining eighty
acres. Appraised at SS.OOO. PKTF.lt Pl.l.L, '
June 3, lH.il 5.2 80. Master ComV.
T H K I, A D IKS,
Mrs. M. A. Carpenter would respectfully announce
to the ladies of Perrysburg an I vicinity that she has
removed her Millinery Store to the bouse f irmeily
occupied by Kli.i P. Jones, on Front street, w here
there w ill be found a beautiful assortment of millin
ery goods. Mrs. C. will keep lajustantly on hand a
large variety of
Hats, Caps and Flats,
In fact everything pertaining to the millinery line.
Siie is also prepared to Cut, Fit and make Dresses,
Capes, Cloaks, Tallinn an 1 Children's Clothing.
Bleaching and Pressing done to ol der,
Ladies will find it much lo their advantage by
gi ving in - a call before purchasing els 'wh-re.
April 21. IS'll .! Mix. M. ). CAI! PKNTKll.
. kockhy ami pjim !iox sniiti:
IjOxv Iiic,. s ;oi:l 85p;ily I'ny
Having purchased the entire stock of (JltOCEl!
IKS formerly ow ned by Ceo. W. lIollenbeck,l w ill
AT THE OLD STAND,
Whore, having replenished the Stock with .1 large
ENTIRE NEW A S S 0 R T M E N T,
I am now prepared to supply the citizens of Perrys
burg, ami MiriDimilnig country with
Groceries aiui Provisions
Of the choicest kinds an 1 at the cheapest possible
prices. Those wishing to purchase anything in my
line will find it to their advantage to give me a call,
a., uverything I sell w ill be
SOLI) AT THE VKKY" LOWEST Pit ICES
I have on hand, also, a large and well selected
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which I warrant to give satisfaction or no sale.
h i:! I01:! Iok! I have on hand a large supply
of choice Lake Jcc, which may lie obtained at all
times on reasonable terms.
; i,'"All kinds of produce taken in exchange for
gods. J. U. WKIill.
Perrysburg, Nov. 29, lSi'.O-tf
liW'COtHWAT XUW IVIWTI'IHLIK
An entire stock of New Goods have recently been
opened by the subscriber, consisting of all the vari
SPR.1N0 AND SUMMER GOODS!
Hats and Caps,
Putty. White Load,
Ksenees. N ul megs.
White Fish, Cod Fish
Olid numerous other articles on hand, to be sold
FOIl HEADY PAY" ONLY !
as this is the only ni 'fhod which allows the lliur
chant to sell CHEAP,
II. sip Poles.ie,
will be purctiascu or taKcu lor Montis.
A. E. JJ'.UOME
N. 11. I shall also be connected with the. Slur
n;o, Forw arding and Commission liusiness of this
place, aiol Hope to lueril 11 ie coniiueiiee aiui appio
ballon ot the people.
May, IStil ly.
A. E. JEltOME,
Notice Is herebv tfivm that on the 2.1 dav of Au
j gust ii"x(, at the house of Joseph Mitchell in Plain
the township, I will lot to the low est bidder, in separate
sections, the 111 iking of ditch No. 45, commencing
! near the Center of the north-west quarter of
2 south-east quaiterof section 35, town 5 north, lunge
10 east; thence west to the west lino of the east
of the south-west quarter of said section 1 thcntio
north some Pi rods; theuoe west to the west line
(he same section; ihenej fcouth-wostei ly to the
tor of the couth half of section 34, same. Uiu 1,
rant;e; thence west about GO rods thencu north
westerly to the ride road on the west half of
iiotth-w est quarter of saij sectional; thence 1.
tin or near the center line of the last mentioned
to the uorth line of said sectlou 31; thence west
the north-west corner of the same section.
work is divided into 41 sections of oUH feet
ltank slopes l' base to one vertical. The earth
be removed at least 3 feet from the slopes. Width
and of bottom 2 feet. The w hole to be completed
tho lain .ovemuer next, to tlio aooeptaneo or
County Commissioners. Plan and specifications
' the work exhibited, and conditions of sale
known on the day of sale. Sale to commence
10 o'clock a.m. ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Ollice, Wood county, O.
Perrysburg, June 21, 1801 f3wSf7 75.
JM UNAl. IMUVI'IMi DI'l'll i:.
Having replenished our office with new typ.
throughout, wo arc now prepared to execute .Kb
Work, such as Posters, Sale liills, Poo;ratnmos,
Invitations, Curds, l.atiels. Pamphlets, all
kinds llhuiks, Ac. in the most satisfactory maimer.
Orders lilted at short notice, and on reasonable
AnvFtmsisci, lw 1m 3m Pin 12m
One square V) 1.2.1 2.7.t 4.dll (1.(10
column 2...0 tl.oit S.:n) 1 1.2.1 1.".00
' j column 4.,M) 10.00 Irt.oo 22.00 30.no
One column O.aO 1,'j.llO 30.00 4.1. 00 tiO.CO
A deduction of ." per cent, from the above rates
will be made for Cash.
The space occupied by ten lines of the type com
posing the body of the a.lvorii-mient will be a
AM Transient advertisements must be paid for
hi advance to Injure publication.
Advertisements inserted witn the mark "tf," w ill
be charged for until orlered out.
When yearly advertisements are inserted four or
more changes will be allowed.
J. W. 1..VII.FV, Pi nt.t.sMittt ami PiionsiKTois.
O V I, V A " I' S .! I', ." i: KSIISi,
Attohnkv at Law'. Pi:i:avsnt iti:, Onto. O.lioe
in lla.-t end of li.iir 1 House Duildieg. Will all -nd
promptly to all business entrusted to his care, tf
W. II. HAY. T. W . lH'Tl'll! SsoN, ,T, V. Vlt.l Alls.
AY, lU'lTllUMlN tv; PII.MKS,
ATTOKN FYS AT LAW.
Coll 'otiTig and Heal Fstate Agents.
Will attend proniicly to all bu-iness onlrulted to
their care. Ollice over V. .1. Iliudicoek's st.nv,
Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio. 'lil-lnn'.
JAMItS Ml ltUAV, 1: u. si i:mn.
ir It It A V A W 1, I ' V I X ,
A T T 11 II N K V S A T I, A W .
Will attend pre inptly to all Legal business en
trusted t He ir ca e in Woo I c nintv. - Ollice ill the
lornslntrg Kami building. IVrt vsbm g. Ohio, tf
ti. 11. uoniii:. ,j. it. Tvi
O I 11 15 A T Y 1. i: It.
J Arro!,'M:vs t Law, Perry-burg, Ohio.
Particular attention paid to Conveyancing and
itorial Pu-iness. Also, for sale, large quantities
f Lan 1 in Wood and adjoining counties. '00 if
asiiki: rotiK, .1. r, fiiH'K. 11, w. .ioiixson.
XMIK, PttH'i: ,t .IOIIXSON.
' Attoi:m:ys at Law , Perrysburg, Ohio.
Will pronqilly attend to all Law' lln-mess cii'rus
il to their care. II ive for sale large quantities of
mil, iuelu.lior will inuu-oved farms, which will be
dd 011 ca.-v tern:- 'till-1 if
-, 1: O K ti I', S i' It A I X .
"V Attohnkv At Law , 1 rry-buig, Ohio.
Will atteii I to all bnsin s enlt listed to bis care
in the several Courts of Oiiio. Ollice wiihJ.hu
Iia.os, 2nd .tieet, 'liil-ltf
r. t 1: it it 1: 1, 1. .
Attohnkv at Law, and Notary Pt 111.10.
ill attend promptly to all business intrusted to his
ire. Ollue 111 tiie Court House w ith t o. k. I rice A
hnson. Nov. 20, istio ly.
It . 4 . II O U II 1, I, S ,
J homu;opatiiio physician,
l-tf Howling (Jreeu, Ohio.
it . .1
S SI I T II,
PiOWI.INII tiliKKN". Wood Coiuilv, Oiiio,
All calls will be promptly attended to, both .lav
and night. 'OO. Df
nf:it!!Ysiuit(; ii,Axixi mu.i..
and SAM! I At I OK , ,
DANIEL MNDaKN. PitoiMtirron.
Manufaeiures to or ler, at... keeps constantly on
md, a general supply of
Doors. Sash, liiin ls and Window Shad's;
Pine, Whilouood and As!i Flooring;
Pine an I Whitewood Door...
All kinds of Pi.ANiMi done to order. O-rd.-rs
promptly idled al Toledo prices, or, in ti. m ' i a. es.
below tne 111, uo-tt
1 it i 11 o ir s
C. C. UAIUD, Pi:oi'i;it;TOit,
l-tf Perrvsbmg, Ohio,
1LLINE11Y AND DltlvSS MAKING,
The undersigned, feeling thankful lorpast favors.
ikes this opportunity of informing the ladies that
has just receive;! the latest opening styles ol
inels, II its, Itibbons, Flow cr-i, and all kinds of
lil'ineiv goods constantly on hand. Wi rk don.' to
n.lor, at f. rmvr prices, at her 11-.11 il plane of resi-
nr". Ladies please call an I see for yourselves,
Olin:i ANN E. FOWLFlt.
11 ii d
E W E L II
Carefully repaired bv
W . V . V O M F. II 0 r
At PKiiuvsisni.s Hank Prit.ntNu.
MTKX'ITUKI-l ! l-'UtXlTUHI'. I t
WllliLISSAi.i; AMI 11KTA11., 1IY
D E O 11 A 1'' K & I A Y L 0 R ,
( Form r!y II. P. Degralf.) No.S7 llowery. New
01k, extending 211 feet through to No. lij t)hcery
Street, and six stories in height, making it
THE LARGEST FI'i;.MTl"i;E STORK
in the I'nited States, and tilled w ith Furnalun! i
ill grades. From the best Pallor to the common
Kitchen, which w e are determined to sell at ihu
small profit of five per cent,, and no pevialioii,
inping, Uv tors plan, to increase our nuslness sui-
ticieut to couiiterbulance the dill -rence 111 profit.
WE CONSTANTLY KM PLOY lid HANDS, AND
LAY IN OL'U STOCK FOR NET CASH.
Rosewood Parlor Setts, from .-$S0 00 10 $101) 00
Mahog. and Pluck aluut Parlor
etls fr, 111 30 (III to SI 50 00
UoseU (,d Ped-room Setts, from -Sol) UO to S2.",0 00
Malice, and Pdaok Walnut Pod-
loom Sets, from S2." 00 to $150 00
Enamel Chamber Setts, from !?22 00 to Slid 00
Oak and Walnut Dining Setts,
Ireni a no to f ."oil mi
Hair Mattresses from $ 7 00 to S 25 (h)
Sia ing " " 3 50 to $ 10 00
OFFICE FURNI rUHK-ALL QUALITIES
AM. Kt'IlNITI RK ;iWtKNT-.l:n AS KKritESENTi:n.
March Hlb, ISO I 15i.fi
G.VIihm:! Co.. Dru.e-gists.
Gilt-ail, W ood I o., O010.
Have received a large stock direct from New
Y'oik, consisting in part of Paints of all kinds,
I.isscrii, Tanm'ks. M.icmsi: and Com, lin.s, i 111
NtTriiit. Cue 1. Dkwui. and Jai- vn Vahmsii.
Paint, Vaiisisii, Sash, uitewasii, Si itt uniNi;
an 1 Lull' liui stiKs.
Dvk Sti ti s, like Joseph's coat, of many colors.
Glass of all Sizes, Pl TTY, Sanii and E.mkky
Papkii, Ti nri;NTiNi:, A1.1111101., Castoii and Swi.kt
Oils, English Ciiri inis, Primes, Tamarinds, and
R.osens, Spice, I'eiiper. Ciuin o by the lb. or mat,
(iugor, Cloves, Ground and Extract of Coll'ee,
Chocolete and Cocoa. Starch by the tb. or box.
A line assortment of P. 111 IMEUV Soars ujul
A large assonment of Prim Mkihcunks and
Ciikmicai.s, and Tildeu's celebrated Medicines
We are sellii.g a fine article of C.ni. On,, free
from smoki! or smell, at 75o i. v gallon.
Lamp from live shillings to two .1 illars.
Wo believe in the manciples of Porri.iR rtov-
hK.iiNi v and Pay as vol' 00, 111. 1 shall hold
Stock strictly for ( ami or Kkaoy I'iy, aiot
take nil kinds of Grain and Produou in exchange,
P-ITKNT MilIOINKS OP KVKl(V Kl-NP,
Gilead, May 0, li'jl if.
T P 0 h
1 b a 1
We feci ureat confl lence in announcing to Wool
lino,-,. ps mid Merchants that we possess iiusuriiasri-
ed facilities for receiving, grading and selling Wool,
w hich will be .lone
KXCJ.US1VELY OX COMMISSION,
4SU MlltN DKS1HEII,
Will ho made on receiving wool.
iA7 Sacks will be sent to those who wish
OUU CI'Ar.dES AUE LOW.
No eflforts will be wanting t merit tho patronage
ol tir se w tio nave v.ku iu sen,
Clkvulano Wool Dfpot Co.,
3w4 Ollice, No. 107 lluuk St., Cleveland, O
Ayer's Ague Cure.
For the Journal.
"THEN AND NOW."
BY LENA LARHROP.
!l was a lionutif.il ilay in rurly Aiituimi.
Tlio sky was : clear dreamy Muo, with lioro
mi l llioro a ligltt wliito oloti.l skiiiiiuiti:;
;i!n!i;g lol'i'ro a s'ii.lii w otdel tl lin oa', 1 hail
Loon loaching. tim ing tlio Sutiinior ;n:il 1'ail
in tlio little vil!.i;;o of llaa Me!!,
Tltnt tiny was like many citln r d;iys wltiolt
liud 1'ioooilod it ; hut nt'll, it slnti.ls nut in
my moiimiy us IVcsli utnl c.-voon as though it
liail If 011 vostot ilay, 'oolitt;.r inti ionm.iiilv
l.'tHsoitK' aial tirol, 1 ltal ijivcii iho solud-
ai N ;ui ltitlt' lioliilay, Tin or ycni s lm r win
aiui gtiiio Min e then, aiui slill .lio'iko tn
vooall t!ic L'luomv vim'-h that luivo ir'''ei!o.l
tin1 I'rio'lit guMoti it!o ol' now, 1 w.m f-iu't1;;
in l!:o lili'o solioiil.t iHUii w illi my l.o.i I i'sl !iilv
on ibo '. i'iIo fur I li.pl u very so 010 lu .i -nclto
bi vvliioh J wtis splijert, l'orliaps il
was .n-eiis'.iou'il llmt ite.y Ly hearing very
pali'l'itl lo w s IV.uii liome ; lor I st'll s oak
of tiie place which might In have Ih oii ilcar
osl mi oui '.li. ns homo, h'lt which a s I . nil :li
oi' ii'iuh'i oil very miU'h lttiliko what il nlumU
hnvo Li on ; utnl 1 loui ia' l t kio.w thul
homo was liuihiiio; wilhmil a molli. f. This
iu'.'.utptoil I'm' my l.oitig s. h .nl ma'.u.i at
llnolih'U. Tlu'io wore mniiy .lour IVioipls
ut Oaklnti'l that 1 w isho l vol v muoli Id moo.
utnl !iniiiio- .itliofM, was an nl.l s. hK.l-m:il
Frank A thrrtoii - who was i!r:niT la inc
than all the rest ; lor I h.ol loanicl to hr
as tiio can lovo only 01100 :io ; cliiMi di
lanoy, I nt a ilot. fervent lovo. to v, hi.'li ev
ery lihrc of my hoart chine-an. 1 jriTw slroito;
in Iho knowloil uf. Ami 1 ha I hoard to
il. ty that my Frank had pinieil fal. - o to ev
ery vow w hich he had uttered to mo ; that
in a few short weeks another wo il l take
my jd.n e and he to hii 11 what he had asked
me to lie his wife. All this was written to
me ly one whom I could rely on lor intlli
I'lthieas. I t yon wonder, re.i ler, that hie
Koeined a luirden even lo me, who ha 1 al
ways Leon used to trials and a.irrow s '! an I
that il was imjHis.-.ilile to he what I should
he, and yet have that dull uin at my heart
and racking; my head ?
As I sat leanliuffUiv head forward, every
word and look alwwt came ntohino; over
my memory, till Htartin up, I cried like one
crazed, "1 will not, ciiuiol g;ivv hiniiij'!"
and then my old pride came to may aid.
Ilisine', 1 said w iliiin myself, " I will never
notice or sneak to him icrain," 1 must have
iceii very much iire-oi;ouiiod with lev own
thoiighis, fur I pnne.il the seliool room Lack
and forth otnn or twtuu l...t'..i-o I ooiiool i
siianger slatnlin;? n.v tne door, ami it wan
not until his voice aroused me, that I saw
lieo'in; pardon for tlio hiti ip-ioii. he very
pleasantly iu.tiiml the way to lieaeon
(Iiay's, I ausweii'd him Ly sayin;, "I tun
goiirj; there, and will show von the way."
I'litttng 011 my Irmiiet and sliawl liko one in
a dream, we started lor mv lioar.liii,1; place
md his uncle's; for 1 knew him to he the
expected guest ami nlniveid' Mrs. (liay.
We walked ulon;; Ihe worn toad under
the shade id" the old forest trees, almost si
lently ; 1 only answering abstractedly his
ipieslions. I do not remi iu'iei' that 1 tiller
ed a Avoid more than mommyllahlcs. lie
must have thought very slratr.'.e of tne
while 1 was wandering l ack into the past
shuddering tit even a thou.'.ht of the future.
I had scarcely noticed the appearance ol
When we umvod at Mr. (Iray's, 1 hurried
to my room, after hearin:; Mrs. (Ira.v address
him as " dear nephew I'lai oiiee." And in my
room I perused again the letter that had set
my heart and drain on lire ; ami tried so
hard to look niillim hiugly into tin.; ftilure;
and there 1 could read plans in every one of
which .; had occupied a prominent place.
And now I was left without one ray of hope
to illumine my dark future. AUidone! 1
knew if I remained where I was everything.
around me would rcm'u.l ine of him, yt t
pride Lade me stay ; had.; 111? tell him he
wan nothing to me, and 1 resolved to forget,
and sit tin;; there wilh the l;ri";ht afternoon
siiuheaiiiR lkiodin my room with li;;ht,
penned a note which told Frank Athertoii
we should meet hereafter only as frifnilii
The hand that penned those lines A as stea
dv, hut an aching, heart. I l.i lieve, then and
there had I, (.'nice Tnlcolt, put pride aside,
an explanation would have Leon made; hut
in my hit I. i ness, I thought In rcwf every
kiinllv feeling from my heart Unit il had ev
er entertained for my old school-mate, and
aiiinanecd 1 'rank Athertoii. A Iter tin citing;
and sealing the note, 1 nrraiiged my toilet
lotore aiu'cai intr at the toa-tuiile. (iianeintr
11 the mirror, I was hurprised at the cahu-
. 1 . . L l . . . ! . . . 1
noss ot my appearance wiiiiout, oui 11 omy
hid the tumult within. I do not think I was
ver ivor in my life, or more lively ; Kinn-
in;.; and playing for Clarence Murray, at Cue
curliest re ptest of Mrs. ( !ray, solids ton, that
revived painful memories oon;o;s that
had Biin so often together, 1 have often
bsei'ved that whenever any r;rcat fl'icf
coinos upon us, wu eudoiivor to school our
selves for the wornt ut once, und try lo meet.
all trials brav'ly- lt t only those know
who have tried, with w hat void and heart
acho such trials leave us. So it was then.
After upending tho evening ho joyously,
would retire to mv room, weeping mich
ter tears while liy heart was .rekii!
So passed tho weary days, tnd still f'hir
onec Murray lingered on tho old farm with
his uncle, and in that time wo became great
friends. In ull this time I had never
heard of him whom I Mild in vain trying
It wan among tho last days of November)
one of those warm, gladsome daya which
Autumn elves us before, gliding into
gloomy Winter. Tho woods looked grand
that day w ith the sunbeams frisking among
the orango and crimson loaves ; kibsing
l perhaps for the 1 afat time. I was wot leaeh-
ai d iy, and in the afternoon Clarence
" On, ( Iruee, put that sowing nway. It's u
shame to work such a day as this, tlotyour
homu-t, and we will take a ride."
"O, will you Clarence? Aul will you
driv e to the old hri.lge ? I do so want to
see it hcfoie I leavo."
"An w here. I suppose I shall have to
n" iey our Tittle solum! ma'am," came hack tn
me. as I tn get my honnel,
O, it was such n !;lol iotts old road, shaded
1V lit'iivy-toppcd maples. I .In lint lemi'in
I'tr what we talked uhnut, only I know I
enjoye 1 the ride to the oi l bridge that No
vember day. llavii:;; arrive 1, we alighted,
tied IVa.-o'i ('ray's, little not r. l p. my, and
proceeded tn expln.-'e the old ruins. I very
foolishly attempted to cross mm of the old
I 'tubers ; w hen. ;;row iie; div.'.y, slippe 1 ami
had il not Loon ,r Mr. Murray, would have
fal.cii, l im flight rend, rod me iusciis'.l 'lo,
an 1 w lion I returned tn cnnselnusiics it was
lo hoar Clarence nr.'.rnmr, " Gra-'o. darliii";,
0 situ worn?!
wo part 1 1 ; 1
only speak t 1 mo once more ; " au 1 reader,
as 1 hslouod while ho lol l of h!s love lor
me, it pained mo, for 1 know that he would
have to walk the same thorny path that I
hi I tried to trael, never lo.-h'u eastward.
" Learn to foiy,vi," a i l I know in I utter
ed the wor.hi "we coi never he more than
dear II ion Is, Clarence." llu! wli.tt I s ii,l then
would nev-.T he recalled. As we rode hum.'
that A utiiiun evening 1 told him " w hy."
1 conl I never love sixain ; and he, like a
110I1I0 10.01 o-; bo was tried to see ok
of comfort to me, mid when
to return to Oakland, and he lo hi.-i home in
the east, it was only ti s j'rjfwtit put t.
My school ha I closed, and 1 returned to
to Oakland, lo spend the Winl. r and rest ;
for my health was very much shattered
from (no "steady (aching i " .so my father
said, hut did I thin':; :.o? II. was nearly six
weeks nfler my return that I appeared nnee
m ire aiu otg my ni l lYicuds, and if not no
ay and joyous an in dayo of yore, I cer
tainly was in'yr. I was spending the even
in:; with a friend when 1 first met Frank
Athertoii. I did not then ludriy the least
emotion. We met as calmly a 1 two passing
acipiaiiitaiiees ; attending Ihe common place
remark alioitt I'm weather, .Ve, Weinoland
parte 1, an 1 was il fancy that detected a
slight tremor of the hand given nt parting?
Was it im i.e-ination t'lit noticed a sad ex
pro is!, in front thus" dark eyes ? These wore
sit costod to my anxious mind, hut ipiiekly
vanisiie I. for he was nothin:" to me,
Wo met often during the Winter at even
ing pan.ie.-i ;;ivon hy our friends, hut in ih.it
tune 1 had never mot. hid intended bride.
Why the inarria",'.' was delayed I knew not,
t,u I weubl ..ft ito. nil v re'ifetlioi bis lo'ule
It was early in the .Sprinjj, Tim first
warm halmv davs ha 1 returned once more ;
lays when in-:fr eonlinement was irksome.
so 1 strolled il e.vti to lit.' river uiniro all
done, to view lie' favorite haunts of my
child'.ioo l's davs. I aw many reciilleciious
came nt i.iiu.u: o er mv memory liion, 1 In-re
was the hoard p! ay-house, hetwoen two
r.md old w illows that had stood erect und
bare I so m iuy withering blasts. And lice
was my ' woodland bower." The trees were
planted hero by hands that were laid over
puloil.ss hearts; childish voices that rang
out here on the Moating brooy.es, were now
singing "new nongs." ()! my darling broth
er and sister, why v, ore yon both taken, and
I left !
I had sat down on the little rustic scat
overcome by " old Chios, when I liear.l ap
Slarting to my feel, 1 exclaimed, "Frank
"Ciaeo Talcoll !"
And 1 knew then we had both betrayed
omol'ons we ha 1 so long (nod 1 1 conceal.
Will you he seated, Mr. Athertoii, hero
in mv ' ruri'.l retreat .'
Why do yoit not call me Frank? f am
sure Irienils noci nut lie lormai.
" Well, Frank, will you be seeled? Dots
that sound any better ? "
" Yes, that sound., like old Umes.l Iraee."
How teud"ily he spoke, the name! Ah!
it did s rind like old tines thou; us seated
there we talked of other days.
Dangerous subject ! During ti lull iu our
conversation, the thought came into my
head, "I won lor what kind of u looking
worn m your bride elect will be,' Frank Ath
ertoii." It was no so iner thought than ask
"That's a ipi '.stioii I do not know as 1 can
answer a. others woiud, but she is all that
is good and lu.-ely, t Iraee."
I thought for au instant, lie connected
the last two words, but still I rattled on in
tho'lghtlcus in inner. " Well, Frank, favor
in.) with a description. I'll trust to your
' I don't really know ns the litilo ol f f Iraee
would condescend to have your humble
.'', but at any rate I'll show you her mill
'(), do! I should like so well to see it!"
mid lakher a .euall oval ease from his pock
et, touching a spring he held il up for
to look at. ( I, reader, how my heart gave
1.110 great hound of u.;ony. I could not
did not luen look at it ; for I thought he
lost I,. 11.0-lost ! lost forever ! was tho
coin, ing full from my heart, und in that brie
moment, with mv face buried in my hands
I know that 1 had hi"l. Sobs shook me
ns I tried to bo conitMiscd. and look at
miniature, and see a smiling lace all 1'i
.Ytli:rt.iii's, J felt an arm stealing arouiu
niy waist, warm breath on my check, am
his voice-- tremulous love-tones whisper
"liraro dutTiiei ! my (iraee! speak to
f ...id.- ' ii' voiir likeness." I did look, read
er, and then my heart was filled with grot
joy, nndl knevy that Frank Athertoii
noun lb rover! Iho words were sit to
sweet tune in my soul that Spring morning,
us leaning liry head on tlio shoulder of
w ho wus to walk life's journey by my
I listened and explained to him my reusous
for doing ns 1 did j ending by saying,
now Frank, can you forgive all that
done, my lmsly eonchisioiis, and love tne 11s
you once did ? "
"Grace, you havens much to fornix e iim
I. Wo will forget the past, mid love each
oilier hotter for our tri ds."
For one hriedit ,iol Ion year w oluive Leon
to each other husbaiel tin 1 wife, and in nil
that time not a cloud 1ms dimmed our sun
shine ; and may our future he us happy as
' the now " is tlio prayer of Grace Athertoii.
One of the Reasons.
The Irish inemhor, Mr. (irenry, who has
so stead. ly lahol cd to produce 11 recnjrliitioil
-it the S.iMlhet 11 Confederacy, and was pre-
onto I from n; euin;c his oati.se in the 1'rit-
ish I'atTiimont. has ho.11 permitted lo pro
sent !t in the more friendly columns of the
London 'lixn. Annni;; other rea.-ons of
almost an opposite nature, wo subjoin the
I advooa'e the reen nrt'.m of the Snnih
rl'll Confederacy, Lcnuse 1 InhcNe hv the
si'par.ition of the N'oith from ihe S,m;h w.
may deal an etVee'unl hlow at that 11. cursed
t"nUie, the sla e trade. ILlliettn, wehaVe
received ohstru -t''nus rather than co-operation
from the I nitod States in our endeav
ors to put down that tiaflio. The N'nrl in til
ers have always contended that Southern
prejudices have been a bar to their levity
operation w ith us. I hey have now not
plcil Itces ; and, as iho Cub 111
1 ; t:i 1 1 1 . cat 1 10. l on i.v v-.i ii
horn capital. 1 look forward
l id of tin
slave trade is
sailim; from Not
wilh eonlldeiieo to ihe lllt'ile action ol tne
I'nited Slates ( lev ernmeiil i n restrain their
citi iis, nt loio-.t.fi oiii their odious enterprise.
s for the South, the clave trade has ! en
loiiually and siriclly forhi.l.lon hy the ('011
slituli.ei; thai ( 'oiiol i 1 ul imi has luen nil i
I'iC 1 hy the several ( 'onfodei ate States, and
I should, had my lioion onnie on, luen in 11
position to prove, from various reasons, to
the I louse of Commons, the sincerity of the
Southern President and Contrress on this
Gen. Scott's Plans.
A correspondent of the New Yolk 7V.i's,
vriliii I'roin Wushiulon under date ol
.lime 'J('ih, kivs:
The roe.-fts circulated of : cham'o in 111.
pl.in.-i of th li oal S ;i'id I I1.1t he will
commence nei've opornt'ons multilist the
loliols. lire cnoia'oiis. 'o are further than
ever removed from hatllo. (Ion. Sooll had
no pm poos of risliine;!! oi uorol cioa;.'.'cntonl.
The only eoiiiliela h. 'tween m- ;nd Ihe lchcU
which are likely lo transpire nt present are
skit niTshes. SeottV pro j.rmuuio is tho con
centration ol I'cilcrul ;roo)is is ii-o ii:,i utnl
ihe other I'ordor Stales in such lari; hodios
a to maho it madno.oi h.r the rchcls to at
tempt ;iu attack. Wiiile thiia inliniidutin;;'
them, the presence of our forces will eneor
;i;e the loyal cili.ous lo r i-o ill Mtlll.'ienl
nuiuhors to prevent any fin lhor oittrioos.
cut oil' their resources, increase, jlu .lissiU
ishiclion in their cnnipx and eiittse doner-
lion, :iud hy thus hiirrassiii ami domora-
li'ing llioin, drive I Ii.-mi from
Slates. Scott is cotilidotit that this accom
plished. Iho loynlity of the Herder Shil"S is
fixed, Then it is hi;i purpose lo transport
by sea au iinmoiice force lo operate against
Ihe t!u!l' States. They will bo landed under
the protection of iiteno!- ar at the proi.ii-
iicnt points on the Atlantic an I (.'nil' coo.is,
and thus threatened hy llioapprouelics from
the sea. the authorities of the different Slates
will ut omul recall tie;r troops from tho
main body, nnd thus break up their grand
army, and make it potvorloss for any t It'oii
sive movements. The fragments in the
lil'I'ereiil Stales beim; then cut off from sun-
lies from ihe I 'order Slates, will he driven
1 accept terms from Washington. It is m
u t of Ihe plan as at present arranged to
itlaok th" debris of the rebel 111111V, or to
ittoiiipt to retake tiny of tho stolen forts, as
10 restoration ol llioin will lie made one .d
the cjoiiiliiious dictated to the rebels when
they find themselves forced to accept Icrms.
My .hinnary ho thinks Ihe rebellion will be
nlircly defeated and the I nion nt onsinic-
Wholesome and Patriotic.
Wo commend the following, from Forney's
'ens, to those carpers among the Denio-
ratie press who are just rtow occupying
themselves almost exclusively in abusing the
resident and endeavoring to embarrass the
I proreivo that some of the Hroekin-
ulg( papers, eoiniu. io.i ny men viu are at
icait inimical hi tho country, and who
houl I bo visited by tho sloarnesr popular
-probation, are attempting to make a point
jiiinst the Administration by charging that
ic I'. osidoiit has ti an -iendoil his calling
triuics into the field, establishing blockades,
iiti'l (lirecinig our generals to suspenn tne
writ of habeas corpus. Those malcontents
ire iho only poisons left in the loyal Slates
who cling to the robber fortunes of Jeff
Davis nnd his associates. Their mission is,
if possible, to divide tho people by attack-
tlio ( .ovoi niiient. .Nothing will do lelt
undone bv them lo accoiupli;di this purpose,
ind they cannot be too elos'dv watched.
lilt whatever may result, the action of Con
Toss may be readily anticipated. Not only
w ill Ihe i'resi lent be heartily sustained, but
every stop he has taken will be enthusiast ily
ndorse.l. I do not l.clievo lucre will lie
my attempt at party movement 111 either
louse beyond the displacement ot such t-eo-
toiiist ! as have lieou perm. tied to remain
ill pos.tion. Democrats, who have luucm-,
ore autae-onioil Ihe repiilil:oaus,vill now lie
found on the side of tic (loncral (ioverii
mcut. As an instance of the spirit that ani
mates patriotic men of the late Democratic
organization, ii is worth staling Unit Mr-I'.-rrv,
tin' successor of Mr. Speaker IVn-
uington, elected last year m ihe .New-ark
(New.!er:ov) district, wlio visited U asliltig-
toii a few days ago, declared his determina
tion to support Mr. Lincoln and his Cabinet;
and. at tlm same time, expressed a hope th
nothing wold I be done to prevent men like
himself from uniting with men ot nil other
parlies m the same eause, And in uoiivor-
satlou, some evenings since), Willi sevciai
members of the Cabinet, I was struck with
the liberality und earnciHiuss with which
they aigimd in favor ot the rccogiiiiam
well known Democrats, who were ready
s istain the measures necessary tor the pro
secution of the war, and tho punishment
Now is the time for farmers to imike
money, Tin- country is nt war, A J-df
million of men, hit toad of being producers,
will become consumers. Flour, beef,
beans- - the siiUl.mtials.-will bo wanted
large quantity. Kuropo is convulsed,
thcTiiidieiilioiiaro that thero will be u general
out In oak across the water: if so, America
must supply tho armies of France, Italy
F.ngland with food. Let the Farmers prepare
for n irreiit demand; let every cultivator
iu an extra aero of corn or of w heat,
earrv his tilth to the best possible profection;
let every calf bo saved from tho butcher's
hands, tor there will lie a (ureat demand
1 ..e 1-.. . f lvnn.1 a -'m.i
UGrl. I "1 loci i 01 iivvs, nvi to ' v .
f-?"Tlie .Vnr Pcpnrtiiieiit linvc ncrcpted
from the different Stilton 2.i0.n00 voliifileem,
ho tire now remly for ierviee, and 150,000
are ulrcudy imder pny.
P -Vi'lic Now York Alhion nhitps llmt tlio
steamer oi lcan, houirht in CniiiuU for war
pnrposoH hy the Confedernto Ptiitea, hits
lieen seized nnd einhnrgood Ly tho authori
li.w ut (Jitohee.
Fi'v'Tlio Louisville Joiiniiil iiuhlislies a
letter from Howling (irooii, which biiows
that iirtiH tire heinc; daily finnij;e;lotl from
Louisville vin Itowlinj; (Ireen to the Scccu
HaUiists uf Tennessee.
iv'1t in rumored that Hen, 'Wood of
Ne.v York mid Clouciit Vnllundighuni of
nhio, will, nt nil curly day, offer veRolutiotm
in I'iuiltitsm for the rert'r.itum of the South
ern Confedei'iiey torie",
f .)" In nil tho hospittdsi in and nhout
Winliii-.oton there is nn tijrfrrcjrnto of but t
hotlt l!irto hutnlrod anil lilt V nick luen.
This distributed umoum; u force of fifty
thousand, show.! tv remarkable degree, of
le. 'I'ho Kichmond Whirf nays thut wlmt
.", or shame und hiuniliatioti may be involved
in (lie conl. s'siou. the fact cannot be denied:
the Yireiniii forces behaved Hluimefiilly nt
l'airl'a Courl 1 louse, and still more nhumi.
tiilly nt I'hillippi.
r-tV''l'ho Charleston .V. miry linn 110 doubt
that pal ties iu that luil bor huve lutely been
11 Hording inl'erniat ion us well its supplies t.i
tho I nite.l Mates licet row- blockading tho
port. There nro some patriots, it appears,
t il loll m South ( iirolinii,
.- -Two cl.msos iTnviluiite nt West Point
tins year, Iho class t.iitt hud completed ita
ti n 0 years' course is already in active service,
am! the next class will nntneiuatclv lollow.
I; is probable that the course of ntudy will
hereafter he only tour yours in duration,
fi .V'The laiioiie Slate is worthy of her
e.ii uielio.m, "l Acclioor. iHXtv-two lull regi
ments have boon offered iu:d enrolled, I c
sides luony odd companies. Over 50,001)
men nro enrolled in these regiments, and it
w ill he perfectly easy to raise 50,000 nioro
in t',10 I't.ito.
f .e ''Anions the killed in the Croat Hotli
el 1 iie-;i e'en ion t was Major Winthrop, Aid
and ic! inn' Secretary to t .eneral llutlor, llo
was a iionliom.in of line literary talent, und
was Iho author of the brilliant article on
the Seventh Now York lleoiiuent iu tho
June number of tho Atlantic Monthly.
I '" It is c inli'tiiide.tcd bv (b'Venunoiit to
iv down Ihe sulun ariue trlc.m uph between
'oinl Lookout and l-'ortross Monroe, thiiii
hurt on ing the com mil meat ion hetwoen (.en-
oral 1 .11 1 lor aul 1 tie W ar 1 mice some l i Hours.
eilititie men ih'nk the project feasible. A
nard will be stationed at l'uint Lookout
lo guard the station.
ie.i,!'Ono ol' the loading families of Virginia
had a marriage in their family at Washing
ton, the other day. The bridegroom is iu
the I'nited Stales army. The usual com
pliments were scut lo Virginia, relations,
among them are numbered the Tylers, Tho
card.-, wore sent hack with thisiiidorsincntj
"Keep your free nigger invitations to your
self, and not insult Southern gentlemen with
f.-V'-Cnl. Harvey Ihowti, now command
ing at Fort l'ickens, will be immediately
relieved, to superintend the organization of
the Fifth Artillery, to the command of which
he has boon appointed by ( leneral Order Xo.
lilt. One of the First Liciitcuaiits,whosc de
tachment from the Virginia army, we no
ticed a few dos since, will probably relievo
him. His hcadipturters will be ut tlio Stato
Capital of I'cnnsylv ania.
Xe ..." -lames Kedpath's paper gives tho
whereabouts of live of John Mrown's men
w ho escaped from Harper's Ferry. Owen
llrown is in Northern Ohio. 'I'ho report
that he had lost his hand in 111 ing a sahlto
is incorrect, Tidd was in New York a few
days ago; Men dam is in Ilayti. Coppio
has. joined one of the Iowa military com
panies. Anderson, the only survivor of tho
negroes, is in Canada preparing to emigrate
JK'-i""Thcro are still three hundred and
forty Southern officers in the Navy. Only
three hundred and twenty one have resigned.
There w ere originally one thousand five hun
dred and sixty-three men of Southern birth
in lite service. One-third of the resigned
officers were midshipmen. The AYabash,
Minnesota, and ( otorailo, ot the l.locKiulo
Heel, have several Southern officers. Tho
Mississippi (steamer) is the only vessel iu
the Xavy that has none attached t'1 her,
ft.'Tlie Chicago 77,ies tells a good anec
dote of Hew J. (''. Jiichniond, Chaplain of tho
'.'I liegimont Wisconsin Volunteers, which
passed through Toledo last week. As the
story goes, iu a difficulty which a emigre
guiioii in Milw aukee, the vestry barred the
Hector from his church. Ho was e.pial to.
the emergency, shoulders a stout plank,
and inarching iip to the door began an at
tack inslautor. "In the name of the Father
thumpl.tlie Son (hang), and the Holy (..est
crash), and the Hector entered amid a halo
d'trlorv and Fddiuters. Such a man will
never preach anything but the pluckiest
doctrines to the Second Hegiineiit of Wis
Why is Business Prostrate?
It is not for want, of capital ; for thero ia
iMoro money iu the country now than thero
ever was before, and thero never was a
time when so much was llowiug in and so
link out as at present, It is not that tho
wants of the people are less than formerly,
for there are as many to be fed and clothed
as ever in the free Stales and to these wanta
are added the numerous peeulair provis
ions for .nil- numerous army. The reason is
I 1 be found in the impossibility of making
any calculations for tho future tho uncer
tainly that hangs over everything. Man
suspends all enterprises uutill they sec what
is hkily to lie the result of tho great con
liicl in which the country is engaged. It
is only a suite of suspension. Many indivi
diuls'will be ruined but in the aggregate,
tho country will not bo exhausted j und us
soon as there shall bo a reasonable prospect
of u successful issue in a reasonable time,
things will take a start, and business w ill bo
driven with a life and vigor somewhat com
mensurate with the inactivity uiiu deadiiesu
of the present time,
We must take courage, und by prudence
and industry will all get through. Those,
who can stand for sixty days, will bo al!
right, but wo to those w ho have been doing
more business than their capital would war
rant who owe heavily, and whose resour
ces are on their b'-okr, Theso must 6ut"er
all others will go through tho pressure with
..ut bavin.- been squeezed enough to hurt
them, A'o would suggest to ull the propri
ety and necessity of keeping a Btift upper
lip, Things is wmkiu . Jiucyrut Journal,
In tho case of tho I'nited Plates vs.
obnniior Tronic AVind. seined by the block
ailing tieet at the mouth of the Jauics river,
Judge Duul. p, ol tne 1 nueu cnuies le-inuc.
Court for the District of Columbia, has deci
ded :u w oil ou principles of general lav an
In pursuance of what he cites as the estab
lished ridings of our Supremo Court, that
tho blockade proclaimed by Resident Lin
coln on the lllth of April last was lawfully
established as one of tho right incident, ta
a state of civil war,