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thority Completely Wicttd. i Tbt tint
lias hut , bet rrJlii' jft jpir, ' ewe. "XI
good men dciir tq e tra'yquSLtj rtstorci
throughout ! ountrjr,i,ai4 how re
to conclurU ' that fescsujir tho R60mMm
cause has now bCorhe 'hopeless tl tttiortti
prospect of ita success at an tod thcrefoK
the iusurgwU will be glad, upon JiifitaUoa,
to lay down tbeir wrtna ad Mtara to theii
llogiamvo.' Cut : aUcli not' tW ' tetnpet
tlius far manifested .by'ie leaJora tti
revolt. They perceiv. iudoe ,thl tUoii
fortunes ir terribly idwrtt, but tliej
breathe'' nothing nut ( JhrWninga - aw
slaughter tili.., The loyally ihofcJ)j80iU
along the TetiuatMe river! naturally i lor)
m:ny to conclude that ft aimllar 'ifhipeaitloi ,
w as prevalent throughout the South. TheA
are no facU to warrant, suet, gonoral infer
eucc On die contrary, there are indication
that elsewhere the 'malignant hostility
wards the tnton la aa iutonse aa ovm.
Nearly all the JieUl etildujrs who were a
Mnnassa,' whose tenna expired, hard a
they had fared, are said to have r-nlistJ.
It may ho said that' a greai 'tease of then,
are deceived, as we know the most cf . th
common soldiers taken priacraera eay tae
worn. Tho assertion may peanibly be true.
Hut they can net be undeceived until, liki
the priHonera, they have been comried t
find out by experience that Northern me.
arc not vindictive cut-throat and robben
The oftkore who are prisoners anaW no
of their hostility. ., that class in the Bouth
entered upon tbeir treason with full know
lcdtfe, and (he spirit which Actuated them i
tinchwiKod. , ' , ,i( .- . . ,
So long as the master can keep the igno
rant class deceived, i the etrugKle will bo
prolonged. To talk 6f any thing like amnesty
for the present is worse than Idle. Wlu-i
tho rebellion is effoctuslly put, dowu, it wi!
betnnie iiovvrnmetil, which hat mmle their
feel itn iwer, to how ' itself 'o far iu;s
nan molts oh not to visit the crimes oi thi
master spirits and leadurs' Upon the heath
ol iL'iioiant u'iJ doludod followers. The
men who wantonly burn and destroy rilvatt
property by millions, in more wantonness
or revenge upon loyal neighbors the mei
who shoot dow their- slaves aa recklessly
aa they would siaA? dogs, lost their slave ,
uhould fall into our hands the men w hi
poison provisions or liqore, In order thus to
kill enemies whom they dare net face ii
battle these are not misguided follow-citi
reus towarda whom wo should talk oi clem
eucy ; but " enemies of mankind," deserving
of outlawry rather than amnesty. They are
not to bo conciliated but pursued, cap tured,
and punished. In dealing with them it in
imprudent te Inquire what they deserve,
but it may properly be asked what severity
is withiu the limits of lw, to adjust thi
infliction of puuishment as nearly as is
permitted, adequate to their crimes.
No ! Tho time to talk of amnesty has not
j et come. Uather, in view of the malignant
hostility displayed among tho Rebels, and
which has been mado doubly intense by
defeats and desperation, H behoovea us to
entertain only the de termination to push the
war with renew od vigor . Until no army, no
band, no man shall display the "atars and
bars" or whatever new Jsvico aymboliser
rebellion, anywhere within the limits of the
thirty-four States. Thun it will be time
enough to consider of measures of amnesty
This hour demands measures of quite an
other sort, . ' ' . , ' '
By late arrivals we learn that tho relation!.
between Kiigland, France, undtipaia, rela
tivc to Mexico, are not altogether eatisfac
tory. It is believed lu Well-informed circUi
that as soon as tlio J'rench re-euforcOiuont
ahull have arrived at Vera Crut, the Frunel.
troops will move en toward Mexico. But u
is a ided in tho same part of the dtspatc!
t Jul nobo ly seems to uudcrstaud the qutk
tio:i. Capt. Cole, the alleged inventor o
tho Monitor atyle of gntiboats, has bvo;
for soiuet.me a pensioner of the Admiralty :
but tho Duke of Somerset, at tho head t
the Admiralty Board, declines to go iuu,
uny cxtravagaut expenditure for vessels o
the clatts suggested by ('apt. Coles, hoJJitij.'
that it is unwise to be guided by populai
punic in providing for National de forme
Ins news trom toe continent is not o
special importance. Italy bus remonstrate!
through the Prtuslati Minister against thi
aid give i by Austria to briudaj;e K:t.
y. t! irili.il Ji is at Puvia, where he m
been received uith much eri'husitum. Ti"
Maripi'.K dc Lavelotte, French Minister t
Home, w.n on a visit to Cu 'Uud, The bu'
lion :ti tiie lUnU of K. inland t bjturduv
the t'.'r'.i nit., was ill 0.8:11 .0 to. The steam-
w'i i h was t j leave on tht day for thi
Kjst. was to Uke out 0,000 for thi
pui'cliuNe of cotton at Bombay. Americai.
securities wore unchaut;od. '
tokgraphio reports of Tuesday,
though coming through Rebel sources, seen,
to indicate another glorious victory for tht
Uuiou cause, in the capture of New Orleans.
It appears that the Rebels surrendered oi,
the arrival of the Union fleet before th
city, without offering any serious resistance.
From Corinth we have two reports nn
that the place is beiug evacuated. Anothei
that the Federal forcea are fast closing
upon, and expect te attack it immediately
while- the Rebela jue receiving re-iuforce
luuiits. and expert o aUsd their ground.
At l orktowa the Rebel are reported t
!o over 100.000 strong, and actively engaged
in prepiuing for defeuse. ' The I nioo foroi-
in that vicinity are in fine spirits, ai d at
confident (( tho auuoeas of our arms whw
bnco the attack fairly commencos. '
Great cxcite'weot is said to exist at Ncr
oik tor fear of an attack in the roar by Gen.
uriiside. 'Nearly ail tke treepa were re
ported to have gone to Bout Mills, a point
4:11 tho Dismal Bwamp Canal, between 3l'
mid 40 mill outl of Norfolk, and 'ine It
niiliis not th of Elizabeth City, to rvsist the
approach of the Uuiou army.
Wo may expect stirring times within the
nest ten li)s. if we aro to jude Croui pree
mmtmmm h hi i.fi ipl
1 1 rrtM ilie WaV ejNlisJl Nspole
ioifeit.l a iilfUY.aiKl wival romni
rM "t Ui MWittyr sod frrimui: fiht
o.tuly tho ifoiiHJjftjjci t lhoroUjlil;
view of turning it to frnetical at;
Tnc Buffalo Comm-Tcial says that Ilraiv
egard'e " victory " at IMtslxirg Imlhig it
t Wf ttWBh" mtmiat Bctnwa-ty--Jrttti
.Twanii." He says t I held the enimj
down by niy nose, 'which'.'! had InsbfUv.
between, his teeth for fha purpose " ' ,
A NEW KING.
, ..Tub Atlanta Cbifiteiucy is well-nip;)
renaported to learn that the farmers si
lanting largely of torri. 'bnl ''sparsoly in
Vtatton.' ( 86, it seems, born a, highf r mob
arch than cotton.eveni'nGporgia. , Pcrlis'pt
tim editor's supply of corn juice is getting
iow, ... ,i , ' ro I.. 1. 1. 1 i -.r , .
FORTS ABOVE MEMPHIS.
Thirx are still two fimitidable forts be
twnen the Federal troopa and .Memphis.
The first Is Fort Ifarrhi, eiz miles above ;
the second Fort Wright, abore Island No.
31, and between thirty and forty mile above
Memphis. : , The latter is now being besieged
by Com. Foots, and may fall at any moment.
i SKAToa (laiai has received a response
te his speeqh urging the' garrisoning of the
unhealthy forts with loyal Llatka, from the
Aoldiers of the Fourteenth Massachusetts!
who beg they may mna tho icuns at Forts!
Kerrigan arid Albany, where this regiment
suffered terribly from fever last Bummer,
and fear its rvpotitlon. , '
' Thi Ohio Stntettnan ' is urgent for the
calling of a Democratic flute Convention ut
n early day. Tarty, party, nothing bul
iarty, can be seen or thought of by the
S&titrsmtm 1 1 It ha never lost sight o!
party fyr a single itiftaiit, and in all itr
avowals of patriotism it. has qualified thorn
by attempts at party gain, i . p
NATIONAL DEFENSE COMMITTEE.
Tub Military Committee, of i tho IIouhi
have agreed to prepare an important bi ;
providing for the appointment of aconimV
ion of two naval and two army oflioeta,
itid two hcieiitifio civiJimiH, to fonn a Bom (
which sli.tll cxHiniriol into tho subject o
i;urinnal defences. 'All ttjipropriatioiis foi
ortitications or national dolcnsus are to be
expenaeu uuuer tno aircvuon ot uns ioaii.
Tub Nashville Union learns that three
Rebels were detectod by a party of our sol
diers, on .Saturday week, in cutting the tel
egraph wires, some 13 miles from tho city
on the Savannah lino. Ono received a load
of buckshot in the back. and Was left behind.
Tho other two were brought to headquar
ters. Socretary Stanton, it will be rocol
lected, has ordered that all such rascalo
ehould be immediately shot, i
IMPORTANT IF TRUE.
Thb Washington correspondent of the
lliiladelphia 'Inquirer telegraphs that im
portant foreign intelligence, of a highly
favorable character, with reference to our
Government, bus been received by the State
Department, viz : " It is believed that the
Kinperor Napoleon is about to reconsider
his recognition of the Uebeb as belligerents,
and in view of tho fact that tho United
States flag floats in evei'y tftato except one,
to give such aid to our (iovrriiineiit as he
can to suppress the rebellion. England
will at oncu follow iu hs lootsteps.
Tiik Union men of all parties iu the New
York legislature have adopted u common
platform of principles, and huve proclaimed
their adherence to tho same national policy.
They have also taken nieuures to sccuri
substantial harmony of action ut tio polls
by providing for a common Stato Conven
tion next fall, having '"appointed a commit
tee to designate tho time and place I'm
holding a convention. This action will dv
,eat the movement which has beeu actively
-U fool, by a few party' men. Republican
and Democrats, to break up the Union in
FROM NEW MEXICO.
Tub war in New Mexico progresses in
liiTereutly. The chock which the Rebels
icieived at Apache Pass seems to have sut
sfU'd them that it is eriloiu to coiitinin
he offensive without an additional force,
hich is niarthiiig to arisit-t Iheui. Mean-'
tiuie they are eutienvhing atSuntu Fe. (lei
Canby and t'ol. Klough lire cndeavorii g ti
effect a junction 'of their forces, which
united, is uot more than eqxnil to the lieln-U
and inferior to it in artillery. Kit Chikoii
with a regiment of volunteers, riiuainti !
ruaid Fort CraijT, from which lien. Cunhj
s hdvanciiiK'. Ftirring ; news in expected
loin ihut ()ii:irter by the im t mail.
umii Ku, an-
ioiikc u to be m the ocUiat.ou ot on.'
loops under (tenerd MiDowell, is the ca
of Spotsylvania comity, N'irgii in, and
is situated on the riht bank of the Rsppn
hanitouk, at the head of lidu-water, It ib
In a northerly direction from Richuioud,
listant between fifty and sixty miles by
railroad, and sivty-fivo by turnpike. Turn
!ke roads connect it with Falmouth and
S'ewport.and unothur turnpike leads tnrougl.
a wilderi.ess to Orange Court Uouif, y hrre
4 railroad connects with (lerdonsvllle. The
railroad from Washington, ri'u Aquia Creek,
parses through Frolei ickslmrg. It is alout
fifteen mlle4 frogi Aqu'aCrcek by the rail
road. It had, before tho rvbt)J i,n broke
out, four or five thousand inhabitant!, uud
wee quite a flourishing town.
GiMBRAL Host's. u tho ISth nil., isatie
an cnler declaring H all persons lately held
to iuvol.intaiy service 1 y enrm-es of the
UniUjJ Htatoa iu Fort rulask.i ami Cockspm
Ia!;inil, Georgia," as eoufisctcd und ftte.
This order daca tot cover many iri-aoi,n
nor ootalQ very yxtenstvrty,' j ul is tsri itn
jioriaut sugKatiou aa to lut the IteheU
are coming to, if they continue ou a little
. A Ule order W lvM issu.vl I y Goucra!
DobbleJsy, to the olnotrs uudor his com
mand, declaring; that " under no eircum.
stances has the ct inmnW at a fort oi
taiup tLe fewer wf surreniteiin 'ursois
oUiroed t fugitive slavo-n- t)if can lint
he douo w ithout detorniinin tln-ir character.
The additional articlo of war recently
passed by t'ouriss, j.oit;vcly iohiLiU
TAKING HOLD. SLAVE TRADE HAYTI.
j Tti UmV'.l Suti.Je Hrimt.i last week,
lJ ,1 .1 1 1... '
iiiiitodiiHly rattficl the Vnt er ' t"atv
iaf llrftviii Yor1 'tyia siure: on of tin
ulaWuli-hV Th'w treaty, 1t in be-
Vjveii, will l.e an effectual check to tho in-
niKiim trullie. Tho Senate miho piv.H.'d Mr.
nmtrrr'e fci-sal.iMW4)e- d4iUiAtic
-ins with Lileria and layti. From oil
I'lri-iVcoirninon of tke.Hcrepublioti, other u.i-
- pti nate1reret(frre IhmJ aJiwMt a mouoboly
f their Comoisfoe. , It 1 iav4 been uii.loi'Mtoo l
iat the' lfayri.in Uovertnent .w.ll appoint
' ,wl;to ruin to r'i)proont itn' interent a;
VaNhingtou. ' ' ' '' '
lir of 'tho daily paperh are puiHtiing a
oiirse toward this gentleman that is any
hing buf coiiituetidable. They charge him
with a want fif courage --as iuconqieteiit,
uid some' jivcti queeitiotiiiig hi'ij loyalty. The
VUtll or falsity of these assertions ut thin
imo" wp'nrcgard us of lilllc consequence,
specially' when we take into consideration
ho fact . that. fJcncral MoClcllan's courne
.ermsto meet tlie approval of the President.
It' is to1 bo rgretted that the editors ol
iewsjittCrs !Cah' not butter" employ tneir
mo than by a wIioIchuIo ubusc of our army
ieneriis, who, aro nparently doing every
liing in their iwer for the suppression of
Ids' gigantic' rebellion.. ! ;
THE IMPENDING BATTLE.
Tub., CsuCiunatl Gatte . anticipates an
lourly impending another great and bloody
iattlo War . Corinth, Mississippi. It inti
nates that it has in its posseSHion facts as
o the preparations on our sido for such nu
Vent, which it is not at liberty to publish,
t looks upon the coming engagement as
tie iu which at least two hundred thousand
will bo cniraKod with a desperato de-!
crminauoii to cniuer or uie. i nu nmuii-1
vr and havoc on both sides can not but be j
. :'.-il.- 4 . ii.. n-i ..I l.
crilble'.'J :In yjew of this-, tho (Jmette c11h
ipon citizens to make provimonH in advance
or t,ho Caro 'of (he wonndod.and Urges that
the Hauitary CciiimisHion bo in condition to
ritch the Bold 'Within twelve' hours after
ho buttle, with nurses, physicians, and ev
rything needed. It feels certain that the
at tl" will bo fought before tho close of the
veelr. ' "y -j
tA'li troops sro not Pittsburg ¬
ing, though uo goueral battlo is yet report
ed.: A reoonnoiterin party of our men has
put' to igiioiniiiioUH flight threu or four
(hoiiHhnd rebels near l'ea Kide, who lel't
in such hot hattto as to abandon everything
without making a show of resistance. Our
:iteu captured a largo amount of booly and
twelve prisoners, who said that the South
was aick of tho war. If their own conduct
an bn accepted as evidence, they t"ld the
ruth.' - !
A correspondent of tho Cincinnati Gatettv
writes tltat the army is endeavoring slowly
to advance, but m.ikes very little headway.
ien. llalleck is everywhere, seeing person
ally' to fiverything. and winning golden opin
ions from everybody by the energy, activi
ty and sound judgment ho displays. Ilia
,ine organizing talent is rapidly bringing or
lor out of confusion, and the Army of the
L'oiinusHoo will hooii bo again in a condition
of the highest possible effectiveness. Al-
rcftdy tho influence of a ma.-ter mind is per-.
eptihle among the men. They will go into
the next battlo with a fooling of calm, a.
HUred confidence in (heir loader and tlicm
aelvcs, which wib be wort.i more than an
other armv of re-enforceruutits.
A Government for Arizona.
Ms, Ahhity, fnni the I Iuu e Territorial Commit
tee, aiwuii time aiiien reHU-ted a bill I'nr the aiyuni
tatioD of Ar.uma. It ia Kineerely to be hoped I'un-irn-aa
will aol adjiui-ii witlmut making tin- bill an
tel.- Ariimia ia peculiarly ,tlie pripeity of tlie
Niarth. Ita uilnva have bvuii explored und purtiitllv
I. vi lnpud by 1101-1111.-1 ii ciiliitul. Mncu the war
commonead it lina been in the po.-is.'ssinn of the
rcoela, ami tliereal lineut vinuiuuiiieiitiuii between
he Atlantic uud l'aeilie bus been aiiinderod. I!.
eently it has become lue aeat of an active iiiiiiiic;r.i
lim.' All tbv ixb.llioua and diatl'ectid, lioui Cali
I'oniia and Winloru li-xaa, liure ciUKre(.iled tbere
nou the Mexican Inuuii r, reudy fur (he execution
Jl'exun.ieo tillibiiabratuiiijitaupuli Mexieu. Toe
enins;Hf hoablitiua bclWevu tlio allied Kumpean
I'.rtruta and the M xivnoa, will uo doubt be the
lpnl nf irreaiatablv) inva-ijui of tlinat uretehes
fn in the Noith, who will tuku u-)!iehsiiir of the
I'airvat terrihirv iilouir tlu- Unit' ol t'ulifornia nn I
and the I'auilic. Uovci uui -ut baa duties to perl'uim
toward itn nail aiibjerta, well aa In ita allies. It
h ia nnrigrbt to n iuiiiold I lie exei oiav of ita poiver
ill rHtunux property to ita wiMiiced owuera ; it has
no rifrlit to leave Mexico eip-mjil to the miseliiev
ua etlita ol' our own inactivity or carelesNiuas.
Ann ua khoiiid luereli re Ih- cl.-iired id ilu-je (le
(leradiiea; Uuiou in -n aimul.l be pl.uvd in ponsea-iii-n
ut tlieirown. and the cloud w liieli hana on
the northern hunti'U of tlexi n almuld be diaiiii it-
ed. And Ilia lira! in.lisp'-iiMabli- step in the fulfill-1
m.aii iif tltt-M dutiuM Li the i-rutiun of Arirm.k inm
nalliintll tdl-Uiin . tl lipC, With a Ciusel.-ns
iiSkl, iiiikiaiwn Ia-Htv ta.ngreasin. n were paid a
yearly salary imnpeco, ut tlia J-wih i(l llet .
Minn, is ta-etMirine' to nhnke tlie liusiiic ol i u-
Spring over to Ihe Winter. This Arizona bill
.I.oul I nut, must uot, bo thus dl-o.sud of, A
lui K J itmt.
t) the 2!.'i insf., Iict.iy-aefrii trutisjuirts.
i' ts remrteil, left 1. nailing und ti.ivuntiiili
1 1 d.-d 'with the wounded. Tn.s of course
oaidud I'iio roln-1 wotta lo I. who were caji
ititd Jiy our H.lviiiio.n tinny on Mon.l-.iy.
Tun re oil i; u i is at Yoi-ktowu are niunued
tiKiur duwilluctinn is aaid to exist atnone
ths rclu'ls ut Coiiuth.
Fot'U now Itcbel guu-lmuts have beet.
launched at the Norfolk Nuvy-yurd, uud
lour more are in the coii'se ol vnnstructioii.
nonie of those are to be irou-lutcd.
A MsnAfi'il figtn Ch'u:u,:f stiys licit CJimi.
I'oue's U. vision ut Fort Viglit h.ia leoii
jrilervd to re-cnfoi'vo tiou. Ilulleck, nod thut,
it obedience to this order, Ocn. I'ono w.th
uis men bud lett Fort Wright.
Ttj re)i,;t;d viijj-.tenient between the
:rooM ol lien, tlimiaidn and a ttomgu rugt
uont UmiU pluee nut st Flizalictlt City, but
ii the CuuJ ubove thut plucu. Tue Nut. on
tl luieu nuuibeie I MlO; the Itcbel loss wus
1 5 Willed, uud U.'i wouiuleil.
Tuk sluiii.i- Vijulice went up the H.ippa
luntioi k id Freiiui'c(iBitiig uu I uesiUy,
tint that the llotilU eattuiud seven IU lu
ii'hooner, and two btesuiera. The N.il miul
-III. kllil llMVIl lliaw..Mkllllll 111' l-'l .-.1. l'l. L ul .III .
the ied l -nt . of waieUlnvo sailed do
i' iiii-ir I'linimi i v. ii,.iiii.
It is returned in tits ili.pi,iidn, S y,l;'u-
'6 null lh this tnuniiu.', tint! U -uuicgut'd ii
t..:.. - i . . , . . ,,
IA.-. ivill. lAii-it l'....ilili .. I..II1 -ii la li-.iiii ll.iiii.
"-M - "
ins a:nt M-w-uriiniis; luit ll . u. lege. I on
the same authority thut the major, ty ol' the
jirop'e in both theae jliices are rcnly to
.ty dowri tUe.il fiow .oid leliiiii lo tlicn
4Wtil ulh-jjiuiae, si'iould 'tlu-y Lu ilci'eutud
r-KTWKi N seven iui 1 eight thona iti.l ilnll.irs
were reoenlly suln.cr.bcd in New York in
of the Western fumury I'.itniulbs.iin.
Tiibk aro tour or tue Im.Mikd iv.l cl i,lj.
.etS on Joiiliaon's lal.m I, m .in,Jtu:,y
IbS sick uud wounded ut tlie 1 iliiihei utud
.lutiiiUls die icpoi ted to bo fust recuvertn.
Tuk I IcwUud .;ir?if retorls that Ci!.
... li. I' lei', o tin) lii li:i:o, has berli ioiiiu-
ied to In icti ber tieui.-rat for b'allautiy at Ihe
liJ'.lo ot U'tucuuktcr.
Our Book Table.
Tun I, a im' ti'vijoToin', Bs'y, t
llifo'i. lK-k, I'im iiSIS J, . 1
Tats 1.1 ah iiMi.'MiUy in(Tiitfiif Vyinlne rf tlio
Ki'liAfory,' Tie- t',iri(r 'rHiMisNffs," Inliii).'
tlii prMiuiiv if the Kpirif of tTio lnv, prvM-nl l"i
i'ii-r ivmpn (uiiti .v.ir liko in iijiii'uviiiin-- " Vu
nn I yn ri s." " :
" fid )j"lr I r t'iiil. Iivn," "Wur-
iii iv Ul Mintie" M'-Uijoh,- ' HXitf Tu
hv," t ic. lurm.i, p.-r unniini, two dull ,r.
HtRma's MOA7.isrs, May, 152 1 Hirt)
. r and
Hrnin r, ..r Yi tk. '
Thk 24ui 'oltimir' of n.irn.'r, U ei ftijil .fml Willi
tlio ruint niimW. Tlic tHlile of Ci uietit, Biul
list of illu.iti-Ationit !iOr : (he labur an 1 rxpt-nx.
wliicli Imvu been luvi.iliiil upon ItApitjrt'a.' IK-siJeK
tliu serial uiiTi- Is Tliii' Ailvehliii'Js ht Mtllip " b)
W. M. Thackrfly, 0rl.y V'sr'm" lyr Antliiini
Tlinillopi, anJ ' ili-tr..! mid MiiiJ.'by liinan
M.iria Mulorh pnM, nilmlvr ri ml limit taliii,
nki-tctie, tM rea-um e.irciiilly .'lpt tid Irotn the
imnuui - iiinntKT fiiniibi-d by Aint-ricnn cnBtribn
tore. W'nilu tliu. Kiviiig dm' priuuiin-ncti to tin.- tli
rur.uii iii of lictiiiii, euro Im bv. ii t.ikt-n to supply
jiapi-ra of jwrtnannit liicmiral nd .vli-niifle value,
i'liu VHiiniiH eilitiiHl d.-pnritiKUti e.mpnai- eKa;
nn l notcn upon ll nur.-nt Mpies .of tlie day, st
liome and atiroud, with wit and Mtnlimi Dt Hiitliuk-nt
tu uiake it apicy. III tin; prvHs'nt Volume uvory nn.
iii.tuiiil iiitiJ, ut of tiw win-, lai ui tlx auilinir of tin
rurt Koyal mpeijiiinu m tin. vielwy at I'lttsborg
I.iinilln, in reeorili.-d ! with a nplom index, wiiicli
will i-mtMa thu ir.ulr to wft-r iannetieaeli. At
an illurttriiti'd monthly, Hai-por' ImS no sunl. Tin
. point fur illUMlrniioiis uUnie esctusda tuo cntirv
ciwluf tlwt literary apd nrti.iiirv maitur of any oth
er airail.tr pi-rlndieal. The 2il ti volunle ronioifliCen
wiih tin- m-irt iiumln-r skid the publisher pn.ini.ie
that it ahall be in every repc( -t fully wpial to any
whirli Imv jiKCi diid it. Tel nu - 'i a year fur
onn copy, or $0 lr three copie..-
Tnr Atlantic Mom hit, May, 1M2i Tickoor
and Kii-liln. UohIoh, Marts, i ,
Thk Ailaotic wo ri-card a ,iue of the very beat
of Aiujricaii puliliciiiiw. . T'se eiiterprmiik pub
lishers apare so t-ffurU ia entiitiit the heat tuU-ut
of the country to support with. viKorand eloquence
"pinions and principle trldch arace the en it
public heart to atiiu , firm on thrt aide of Kri-cdom
and Hight. In tlio present tinmb r thor.i ia mneh
matter of unuaunl inter. t. Tin- articles, "Man
I'nder Sealed Ordera," "Westiiur. and War,"
" Tin) StaUialiiaiiahip of Kithelieu," '' JlinJraiiee,"
are of ubsuruing interest, ioi are iitso tliu"Lina
U'.Mii.,., l'n.i..M I,... ....:. ..r a-i.n..i....- u:...i.... i-
. i.i. ,. ..,.. n .-..irillfc .'I IIIUHlKni.. 11 lllllll'l',
" Cuter the SmiW," mil "The Votn -trtor." l'.irt
first of a be tulifulj nuty, entitled : " The South
Hreaker," wrilfen by iliss HiUT'el I'resentt,, ia coin-
lllv-ilicv. Ill Mil. llM.fI. I UIJ.-1T W l.lllllli; Ml MUM-
7ZMlr it,"t" ir-W"0U'? Ur"U At ,h
Mrs. Htnwe's " Ajmrs of Horrento,
...... u i-u t. ...i .. t i .- i t. . i-
................... n.:. ... . ... .. .1 ,1.
er htsik will lie N-nt po-t-paid to tiny nddress d r
$1,25 each. Address Tickuor and Fields, Koston,
Masji. ' ' " ,
IViic lliirnl ol iUn-." nn.l " lb,- M.ntl of f;ir-
a?ina.M Thrt.Tir-f tnWet Wirtim Tttte hi an n-f-
einijt aocoutit of tl'1' s''Ke of Sar.iiri.a-ia and the
fern ile vUm-t of artillery Ji The rtuh.ber of .i--
articles in this Isrtr arnihrt-n t po, l.-,., -lelv,.
i i.i . -.. ... ..
,'i.'v. . , irmin wi.--.iw piw WIW.. ."kua.i
From Field Notes.
North Western Ohio.
Mavmfk fiTV Is situated at the foot of the Mau
111 -e Itapiihi. iind the country iiroiin 1 if, and at the
head of tle I, sad, ia lesfiiu.-d to bp the best fruit
growing rvglou in Ohio, While J am now writing,
a cold uaat wind chills, unit threatens u.i with froht,
w hile evmi tliu peach hlon-ioui, Hie earliest to com -forwar
1. aenrcedy i-hoiv siirns of life. The forest'
appeal d.-fed as winter. The Hel ls mi l tlio par lcii)
are nt so fur advanced us thev wero in Cutumbua
the fitxt of April. .
Tint stanathcst, tluiftiiist apple, pear, nn 1 quince
trem 1 etersaw, nr.-had on this river. There were
apples and pears list year, ami they were tun
pood. Mr. Kber Wilson, on un orchard of lit)
trees had over 400 bushels., ,ThH Catawba prii
rip.MiH here apparently as ullv as on Kelly's Is
land. It never mildews, an ( nevjr fails; but it
pets ripe, it ml is gone at least two weeks earlier
than on the Island. I have been told by a uuiubi-r
of the oldest Settlors. Unit apples, ipiinees and pcar
never fail in the ticinity of the river. If the im
pression I have fi lined of this countrv touching its
udaptcdncsa tn fruit, is tint n niitulu-n i tie, ti i
country niters advantagi's to the orchard men that
is uo whi-rci else to be obtained.
'Yours truly, Js. I.. (Jaok.
Notk. Ju 'ge (Jape lias genu f't the Miimnee
country, to renew uu iicijuaiulauee formed nearly
forty years ngn, when,
" Potatoes they prow small, "
( And frogs they gr iw large ; - " On M nitiiec !"
Hut fortv years hive wiiwpht won lers in ih it re
gion, w hich ia now in a fair w ay to become the gar
den an. I fruit oreh il-.l of Ohio. Ed.
North Western Ohio. Incidents of the Shi'oh Battle.
Tiik I'i tsburg I.audiim battle j.; clliciully called
the b it.le of Snilull.
Col, Uibsoii. who left tliu ground five days nftei
the baill.-, s ivs that up to that tim ur foiees hie
imried JS70 ol the K. bels, and It'ij" Fodr.il liisips.
Tiie Colonel ibtim it.,n uur hiss in woiin.led am
iris. iv rs ut atsnit htWlU, altlnugh many of th.
wounded are injui ;d but slightly. The battle fiel
exlende.l over n ilist.niee M tw. nty MH ire inih-,
and iu some places tnc dead were o thickly huvh ii
that on.; could li .rdly walk ttitlinut stepping ot
them. Cul. (jibson aaya that we had more Wound
ed t.ian the ivbv-ls, but they hud the most killed.-.
Tliu rub Is wile invariably shut in tue head, or ii
the repiou nf the heart and lunirs. We hud tin
best m ins and rutild kill at much longer runpe than
could the eiii my. The toaa,ira hy of the b.ittl
li.-ld is aiuguliir. Th prinoio.U portio i is unod.-il.
black oak. with ry little uiulerurnw tli, and will
hi re an I there, un ojien field or two. The trees al:
show evidence of the deadly Conflict. In one lilac:
there is not u tree but has si-vera I bullet holes ii
it, t!io bullets in in iny instances having gone thru
the trees. The Colonel aaw one tree about tee
inches thick in w hich a ranm n ball had passed,
cutting a bole cleau through the trunk. The top.
are i-uiir.-ly mow u otf the irecs, an I tho tranche:
cover tho t round. A lot of rebels had taken refuge
un ler a very I irge tix-o, mi l werj luyivp Uat on the
ginuiid to avoid the h lis. Ono of our batt.-ries
opened os this tree, and fulled it. Fourteen rebe'i-
I wore found dead under It, killed by the falling
hums, lu one pi ice lay live rebels, all of win in
an u-ared to have b ien killed bv one ball. One o.
the men was in the act of priming his tlint-lock,
an r irs l.ol lo nut bis cm-tridvM in ,U mil.
nu.l the others w viu eiigaired in similar neeu
,,.,tU(U. u,o Iwi.d -heil 'tm-at. I.u.liuir ti.. a
! -n- . ,i i .i ...i .. i .1 . ..
into eteincy. Tiie I oh not gives a vivid desiti) -
; tic 11 ot tnc hi'l'lvn, tint battle field. I ast Ji lit
yes in any dii tii Ii, and v'it tmiild ana do.ul UhI-
i ii'-k-w.iitiidad nun with i-vnrv variety of wound-.
an I mutilate. 1 iu every conceivable m.iim.-r t'.ieii
hail in itted hy the driving rain of Mm lay night.
! w ith their faces upturned, w ith the ardent sim bcut-
! i m iijU'ii thcin -over turned ran-mi, iload horses,
jilistuiing gun buiTvIs, broken agists, ilin.ilded
! CHssions, aiubulaiii-i-s and at eicl.i rs. l ot in tin
! ixcttem -ill ol tiiis ci.ni ft there was im time hi
i ynip.Ulir or regret. The sol feeling llmt atiimnt.
i ed W4i a desire fur victory. That had, then relic;
to die wounded and burial for the dead.
I The Colonel ss the r.-b ts wind I march up
veiling out : 1-We'll gtvo you liuU Kun, you d !
ai.k.iK." The Uno taiya Wi wl. I repij : -We'll
(iVo DuneUoii and IVa IU Ipe, v d -d scoiin.
; diels." and tluu they would i fi.o'ge an I tight.
1 lie Ci I mel sM-aks in clow ing term; of llenerals
llu tl and McCm-lt.
Col. 4iihsiii airs C.d. Ituekland. of the 72 I. be
haved nobly iu the liglu. The 721 fought hard.
Lilt w ere eniiiKiUetl In ivtue. 1 m-l lost tin lr beau
i iul ul"!., whiwh niav-iU-a I.4,'. i-xt'tvdilig'.V,
, th-ut. Teni Egbert was in tliis right with the 72 I,
! an-1 lace.i the en -my w-ttln ut tliiH-hmg. i lie
! ol Findl.iv, it is r.-isirted 1.-st their c-di rs. V
1 aorrr that ourt-p ice lis bids us ail ing iii inv othi
i items related to wsin a ronvcratn n by 1, liihson
i I i -ut. Cul. Hlaekina i. Vaior Drake, an 1 everv ntli-
if.-r an I prl vain in Die v'tn in the r,iriit, an I it' wool
; HI with muskets, h-pilttei tneuiielves like
veterans. Y nen the r giuieut was iu irehin,-. oft in
Ihe e -iilng, Ihev went I" llu lr eneaui in. lit hing
ing " Yankee Dih II-.-," as if returning linm a dress
Inr ide. For two nighla ihwy laved w ithoul tent,
i -lore g-iine into the tight tli'-v liad piled ui their
p.'.iiiKci,. ai.il I'm tu, ig!rt.-i.-, and okulktu 4 tiuuilav
toli thelll.- Tift. .4tis SWr,
P'Vrl, K, ",M '".f'!
iiimiiii'l-r -l t.
tl. Iliac, F.-il., of Adams town-
s'.ini, ll) t ! coil my, w a.- lau lie I to death on Sum -
; hr, ihe ISlh hist. The cin umt.inc.-Mif the case.
u,.-ijM .is H.-iaif :-nrn in. in. irr.- tii.'o.- i
ii tiiin-r it. mi h en eneag. i ut inn a n-ai o pitui ei
v. . . r. . .. -
vif. M t.l III US,". 1.1! I Hull Willi U Bl-- ll IT III.
I, i.n I lijil t-wtlt a Ot-- lor tn.- iii'i-
p.- of bulling v l Mi- i-ii, 1 ! ll Ll lj U ys an I I. III. ill
wi-ij pi lyu g in to-' ar I, mil with in n iving
Iv kin 11, due tir,, ii.,icii, it w a i th. ugl t. l.adiii.
tirely die t i ut, mid In the r. urs- of tneir sjH i t the
lo-l.es of Ihe little ti, I cauuhl iiiSuud b f. re a-Sisftiin-..'
isall I r.-e in t l.-rt u is1 padlj buiue.l
liiai ahc di l the u- t day Itvpi tw-i iqnrws.
lr is t!mu;lii (U-itera ll ll. ol Tolcd-), w 11
succec l.AdjiUuut-i.eUv'iul lhi."k..tiiuiii. at
Av lust uiTiiimn (lie body i.f l!;iv, Mir-'
vev, who wus diowno 1 ul ..tva ii,ih so-n
d.iva w.i.t-t , us I hot Keen tc oviied. Two
Wise. in. sin tiiitii-tiii-ii lud oiloicd a rewaid
of u thoiis.-tii-l d. dial s ior if i.M-overy.
'i hi. ii-pi.i I .I, it ..tii.lUwi' bud i-i.tu.
nience.l no.ir l". ilsh.tr i l.iu bnj, Tatlmday
last, is cucm.ly d.ki ied.led.
T ... ... ...
i UU&ktAVLJ,y v-l A
v . "", '. ... ., a , ,
Jt'' I .T?" A't SY"S i
-iroviH-.itu ii. :in 1 tliul . will h f.'iirK rTiMf nn debt
x ' til ) I 6-r ' i
ti... l-a k.; . ...... t
'""tk-i' hen-hy irivi-f ttnirM.irv Alri'ftnlit(
itaa hreii iippninti-il mid dull ftin1irt4 ! AJfilii-5
testl'lsTf aai I e-lnt.-, thi l' Al yt. lti. J V
ll ailv A. llfHKNiii ttr, A invinntraTrix . '
if h eoivrwHiiri
liilknikT. Wk1 en . O.
. - itoMUiAfcOTi
" " . April tli;rla.
I ICDKMFTJON NOTICE.. . . ! , TT, f , V
. James PilUia, r hU a-tHiQ.-ei, ill tike notir
that Ainili. ni (jlick dopesit.-d in the Treuiy o
Wiaid Couhty, tlliio.'twehfy-eitrlit doll,., aevi-trt.'
ti.riie Cen-a. ii lit- milla, to red. i m ll.p K! B. v.
aei-thn, i 0S & Srrth, hingo II eai, i-hxbi
icrea, aidd si the deliliqurut tax sakt, J.inn.iry i
1B02. , ., ,ArPi90M Smith, County Auditor.
Auditor's Oflice, U'ih1 C'niiiitT. rj.,1 ' , '
I'erryabur, April 23, lS2.:,i I , ''' 'Itxri
i I" I J If i ; ...... t . , ' ; '
Sumui-I Johnaon, osnignpi-, vs. Denjamiu H. Jud
. .11 I ' i "'Ml. vl ... , i
Ily virtue of a derretal order or Sale, fd hi? di
reeled und delivered, fn ut the court of i-mnntoi
pleat of Wiaid Cininty, Ohio, I shall offer firtsali
t the- di !' of the ci.urt laiwe, in ferryaburg
Wond UuuntynOhio, un ' ,
,' l iu. ' - .Saturday, May 31, 18fi2, .
bntwsen tl) hi'Ur.i of 12 tn. and 2 p. tu. 6f f aid
dny, the following; described lands and tenements.
to-Vit : The west of the west J-J of tlio sourti
ea.it i of SeStinn So. 32, townehip Nu. 6 north
rangy .No. 10 1 alto, the west hull -vf tbu caat W of
the north-went of aeoiuai Nn. 6, fowh.ship N. i
north, range No. 10 ea.it (.appraised al $l,?-0.
J A3. MiKtiar, Atty. O. K. Ot'rrs, Sln-riff.
Samuel Johnson, ssauraee, v. Willinra Prcgeott.
I f virtue of an outer ot Bale ianui.-d iu the abort
cause, by the Clerk of the coort of common pleaa
ot Mood counfr, Uhlo, abd to We directed and de
livered, I shall offer for sale at the dtair of tin
court house, in Perryabury, Wood County, Ohio,
on 1 ' i. ,
Suturdiiy, Mny 31. lS62,
between the luairs of It in and t p. tu. of aaid day
the following de.arribed lauds and tenements, to-wit
The south-west Cf the south-east V4 of aectioi.
nuinliern.town niininer 4, north nr range number 11
CMst e; -raised st 10l)l. O. E,Oc sr., .Sheriff.
Ja.i. .iILBiiav, Aa'. . 32.- 2.4V,
j CHEIUFF'S SA1.B.
Iloxaiina Morelmiise vs. Andrew Morohousn.
Hy virtue of an execution to me directed und do
livered from the Court of Common Pleas of Wood
,l.;.. l-.l... ,
.Sr'sale l publi'
alnivu entitled ciiuse. I shall
ic miction at the door of tbt
Court lt.juseirv I'errysbnrp, in aid I Conntv ou
Btmniay, Aiuy orst,
DBtWeOII tllU linUfS Ot Will. OUll i O CloCK II. m.,
tion 10. in township -I, riM'th of ranee 1 cast, in
Wood Cotintv, Ohio : conteiiiinir furtv acres, more
or less. 1 ' . O. E. OvtKK. HIieriH. ,
r.wM.-$2.49. . . i.;
gHEKIFF'S SALE. """""" .
Hubert Ilouko is Homy Debolt
Hy virtue of an order of aah) iasucd in the above
jcnuae by the clerk of the court cf rnmui ti picas oT
Wood ci-untv, Ohio, and tn me direct.tdand deliver
ed I will offer fiir'siile at public vendue ut the duel
ot the court house in Ferrysburg, Wood coun'y,
Ohio, on . ; ' .
. . Saturday. May 31, 18C2, ';
isrtween the .hi urs of 12 in. iir.d 2, p. m., of said
lay. the JoJIoh ing 'described hinds and tenements,
to-wii : The north-west V of the -outh-eust ij. hikI
the aouth of th nortli-eiisl K. of section No. 4
township No. 4, north of rang.- No. 9 cast : up
praisjd at $3n ; aud the west J a' of the south-west
of s.ction No. 2a, township No. 4, mirth of
range No. I1 east : appraised at Silflll. "
O. E.fU'VEB. Rhcritr.
.luirs MraRAV, Atty. -. 32$3.0S.
i CAKlJIAN .'i SALE. '
M , - - - - ' i
Ityorlurof the Probate Court of Wood County,
Ohio, I will offer at public salii at the door of the
Court lli.utM-, in sold County, on the U'tli d,iv of
Muy, A.U. lsti2, at the hour of i n., o'clock r. m ,
of said day, the following premises: (.'onimeiicinp
at a point on the east and west ine-fmlt section
1 no, w itnessed by an ash stump, 2."i-iehes in diam
eter, north Ntj degrees, we-t li lini-s; thence
north hM degrees, east 4 cluiir-. witnes-ied by a
sugar 'i inches in diameter, i" bl degrees, 24
chains: thence south 20 d.-gms. t .. i 40.05 chains,
to a po'nt on tliu soiitn line of sec ion 31. townshi,
. Hange 12, burr oak, 2.) inches in ilium t r, norm
."lli. degrees an.l lO'xj links; it bene.- south HH de
grees, wi st 140 links, to ii red i ak 2i iuches iu dia
iii -tor, norlli Hi degrees, east UJ. links : thence
inn-til 27 degi'L-t-a, w ent !t chains an 1 Ml links, to a
point on the reserve line to a sycamore tree 25
inches in dii.hicti r : thenre m t-tli 04 degrees,
.v.st 1 chains : thence nitlh 2 degrees, west
tn point ol ci.imn..iKvujjnt all being in th south
east quarter bf sectinii 3d, townsnip H. raupe 12
e.st, ciait.ining li.4.'i-U0 acri-s of land, mora or
lo-s, in Wi od County, Ohio. Terms of sale, cash.
PiucK A Johnson, Atl'vs. Jauks Caky,
.'.J. 2. : ' Ouardian.'
GItlCL' M Lit A I. Y Alt UIOl'S E.
Tlie T KUHYSBf'KO AOKICn.TritAI. WAKRHOfSK
ii noW fu lit- stlickt-d with the IVry ll.nt Farm
finis and M.icl in s, of every ilesciiition. The
iSHoriiiu-nt f 1'ltAvs is eoMPLKTK --consisting of
Mit'hel Ji Sons' Cast au I Sio.d, all w irranced :
loll A Siuis' Cniiiliitiiitiim Plow.--very sup irior
;ibbs& lltxis ' Celebrated Cylinder 1'lnw: the Old
Eagle l'l.nv, whieh bus s ood the test of years, as
w ell as other varieties. ' ; i ..
Kill A Son' Cultlvni:ng IIarrov. .
The preati-st inipmvi went nf the age ! Call and
J -e it. Com-Micllcrs of the verv best ilescripticn ;
Hay. hti-.iiv, and Stalk Cutters a- ni'thing that
in farmer should lie without: aav-ril kin U of
Cl.urns, which will make butter in a little less than
f .. .., wi.ll.-. .11 H 11111V U-BS II1HII
me anv firl-ur buy will criisider it plav t--tin
m f Koad Scrl-rs, w-o.id and cast : One,
no time anv
fwi, I n-e-, ill lii-i-slioiel Cu'tivat irs ; Ilvde
lo.: Al let's II.u-sj Hi.-; II u-se F.tciifo.-k. will
unload a ad i f Imv in fnuii Hie to seven minutes :
the Veiiv 1'ist S'pades, Shovels, Forks, nf all!
Kiinis : nanhition and Ha: Im lines: llatden
Tmw elj : r'nnii mv clu i l-l i use l!il!s very
cheap ; Suriii n and Foic 1 1 uifs ; Wator Draiv
era, 1 .......
S F. W 1 X (i - M A C II I N E S :
The "I.ittc fJiiint" Sewing-Marlines : Willi
ams A Orvis's CelebriMcd Di uble I.isip Sewing
Miichines warranted as good as auv ju.D.Uo Machines,-
and t nlv ?'JJ. 08!
Fur hr BST T( 01 S. f Ei
tie AC.l:lCL LTVi:.L
I'erryabiirg, April 2li, 1S0
Notice la hriidiy glvoi that the Coimissioncrs
if WimhI County, I'll in. Inui- cetablished a drain
or w iit.-r-course, numbered i;;a, eonimeni ing on the
uth ham ut' stcnmi 12, Township A, u..ith range
II east, at a ililoh isu.-tiuit d under a fnrm.-r
litch law.al onl eighty rods east nf the south-west
cniiier of said a-ete.u ; tlu-m-e unrtli in the line of
said Ti w n.shii ditch to the Tmiissiint crock : thence
down aaid creek to the McCiilehensville road,
w lierual to Iciiniu.ttc, au I the siil Cnniiuissj.nv
eis have ul'lioriji.vid l-i tht" imn;i i of l.n, 1 benefit
ted by aaid drain knelt portion of the work ol con
struction, iu lin-nl ro l, an 1 aVso the cxp -use of
survey, as are attixed to their iuiuvs resH.'etivclv,
. . &
di a v
I BU 7,f7
a 4t ;i.vs
3 4t) :t m
5 60 5.0tl
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r Wilson '
I', Fi ri'ester ' "
J. F. I'rVo "
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S"m!li.n ?to.ii :
Wilih of hiittiiiti, 10 fiH-t
ti.'t'iinii li l wn-i.v i thciav to u:ioii l'J 2V' f.-et:
-hU4K't--li utui-r irrmiti'n lljt'r.t. Hiiiihl !-,
1 to I. 'Ilia fwiKU-il eirtii i. it., r.-ui- red
least S fi-el from til t b iuV l-tp '. CoMa of sin vey
k l-e ft-id by tls Ul of Auf lisl l. !, an I the ditch
til be completed bv tlie I.l ol pi.-jiiber 'ollew lUJJ,
Ai-tuNos Rmitu, Au.litm-.
Au lilor's Olliee, Wo d Cnuirv. O.,
i'ciTybuiif, April li, IstfX Uii,
NfcAV, AO YERTIaC EiVt'NTd.
Vin4r l,'.vij:' "T 'i': t- ""r,r-
I. V. In vj. )nti Iltnilnp. R. V. IVllng. rt si-
jrtra- i'HJu ord-ir otle larf-S..d hi tka above
ik' bynlH- tfSrk of Hie rMut 4f ei anrian pKns of
w w V 1 '
laid vomitv, Olifw, linn to iS"-nin-etei atul iti liivr
d, I will ntlo jbr Mile at pul llc vendue at the door
the court ltne.se in the town of 1'errjsbuig, Wood
ouutv, Ohio, i n
twen the tionn of 12 o'clock M.,' and 2 o'clock
N-Jm., of aaid day, the follow inir described lands
irtd teiK nieiits, to-witi The vast halt of the south
.fcU - ji tWaatltaut auatti.T of section 27. an J tin-
ast bail or the west tialtnt ttiPstmtn nan oi tne sonm
ureat quarterirfaectim 87, tilS-d.ip 4lwirtli range 12
u.-Jt, tooUininc it0 auivat also, tb nnrtli-east
insrter of tlui nortli-wsl quarter of section1 S4."
' i a ...i. j.f ...... -lo .... A.M.,.iMi..w aa
,1 ,,ri.l -9t IHI'IM ... .M.iv t nm , v.iimi.im"p - -
crcs', loK-'ther' with turf BVptFrtatianoeS theivuntii
lelorigiBe1.' - u, e. Cuts, Sheriff.
Imcic A JouksoM, Att'y S. :
: v -ol: .; -, -. , j.-ZAl .
' Ture ;'Cs'.e Seen fnr'jtole St th Agricultural
Warehouse i slso, Carte Omwr'i Manual! giving
valuable and necessary infannation lortfiosuccosa
ul cultivation of the abuve Taluabio pnxluct. Far
uwrs not wishing to goto the expeuae of getting
machines, will tied in3 ou hand to work it np on
shares, T I). KREl'S.'
I'crrysburg, April W Wltf.
f M PORT A NT
TO MEItOlIANTS .
a.. .. ! !
file undersigned has just received ''
; Fuar Tiufiisand Qtdloiit'. Stone Wur
Warraulcd. bettor than any that has ever beeo sold
ncre, und at lower tigures. Orders promptly abd
iaitbrully tilled. D. KKEPH.
I'erryahnrg, April 2?-5ltf.
QHliAPliH THAN THE CHEAPEST.
, FRtiT TUEnS0F ALL KIXpS
F 0 K H A L E AT WAR PRICES!
. ... TEAR.
' ' FI.CM, -.t ...
" '.'' ; ' CHERRY,
' (. .... QUINCE,
Aro among the varieties on hand. Call and ex
amine for yourself, at the Bans' Btii.iiNa.
M2 W. F. rOMEKOY.
I) OArTNOTICE.- Notice U hereby given that
V a petition will be presented to the Commis
sioners of Wood County, at their next session, pray
ing for thv establisbiriout of a toad, as follows ;
Commencing at the north-uast corner of the south-wirl.qiurti-r
fit aoclion ono (1 town five 5 ralige
nine Uj, thouce west. on the half section line until
it intersects the t o -th and smith road running from
the Orccn Enciimjiui.-nt road to the Kellogg road
und there t.irmiu ite. . Also tho vacation of so much
of the Otsego and Haskius road as lias betweun the
Otsego an I lilancliard free turnpike, and the Wa
pakontieUa Avenue road.
N. KirriER, et al, pcfrs.
Washington, Woo J co., April 18, '02-Alw4.
REUEMJ'TION NOTICE. Jacob Dautermanor
his assignees will take notice that. Aaron Ni
Hurt lias deposited in the treasury of Wood conntv.
Ohio, ten dollars, and fit'ty-flve cunta. to redeem tfie
eas west s'lutheaai ( aoctiou 33, tow n .'north,
range 11 east, WD acres, sold at the di liniiniut tax
sale, Juniiury 1:1, lb2. ADDISON SMITH.
Auditor's Ollice, Wood co O. Auditor.
IV-t-rysburg,. April 18th, 18tJ2-51 w4. '
N ORDINANCE, . ,
H'AwfiM, The sidewalks in tho incorporated vil
lageof (olead need r. -pairs,
Thrrrfr.rc be it nrrlntileJ, That all owners bf loti
in said incorporated village nf (jilt-ad, along which
lidewaiks have been, or shall hereafVr be ci n
Hlructed, shall be, are hereby required to repair al1
sidewalks along their respective lota, by the firs
lay of Jvnu, 1812, and to Keep the same m rcpait
thereafter J and in ease any person iliall fall to re
pair his or her sidewalka s aforesaid, then it
ahull be tho duty .of tho Marshal to repair said
walks, and tho expense thereof shall be cbargec
resp-rtively against the lots.
Hy order of the Council. i
J. Atkiksom, Mayor.
' A. C. Davis, Reorder. 3t51.
itt ' ,. ..
IlEDEMFTION 0T ICE. Martin l.imhrick o-
' s his assignees will take notice that Aaron N.
Hart has depositod in the treasure of Wood count v
Ohio, at-Ven dollars, and seventv-eight cents tn re
deem the southwest i-4 of northeast M section 33
town 5 north, range II east, 40 acres, sold at tin
delinquent tax sale, Januarv 13, 1KM2.
v . . ADDISON SMITH, Auditor.
Auditor's Office, Wood co., O.
1'errysburg, April 18, 1862-51w4.
Wi have just retuniod from Now York witi
.1 fIu LL '"a S S O R TStES i
Of SlapU and Fancy , ,
D R Y 0 0 0 D S!
' ' - ; i
- " ' V
.1 , ...
Clothing, ... .
Boots and Shoes, ' '
Hats aud Caps,
i . '; .
QUEENSWARE, 6L.Ss WARE,
Yankee notions, etc.
Althnugh, ai wury one know, aU Cotton
Goods have greatly advanced ; still ire shall fa
able looff r them at 'NEARLY THE OLD I'RICEs
a kii havo taken an early advantage of tliu
m.irket, bnytng from stocks that wer ur.hacod
last spring, and for iuk.
Our whore stock has btsin selected with freat
care, and we think it well calculated to sus-t th
wants of the pouplo ; at any rate, all we ask i at.
ciamiuation of it by ,
. i - .' .
Hef. to making itirchases.
' We shall adhere firmly tn the Oi.i-Pr .-o sys
tem, aud also t selling our stock for .
CASlt OR READY-PAY.
!-?f"P.'t Tiiuts at 10 and 12ty reuu.
tvT Nice IH.-ached Muslins t & ien Is and
We sill undersell any Timo-Houst
1 ROM 15 TO S TER CENT.
!-Reui: mber the place t Neit (ioor ts tlie
Uiid lli.use, Louisiana i-trett. -
A. O. WILLIAMS A URO
Perrysburg, WooU Co., 0., Nov. JOOi, lbl .
iV y i bki did s i
V V At--
s k w a o o t s f
..v'S'k V f 0.0 D S I
mn s'o-rrY L-E s
SPRI N'6''S T Y L G S I
- i ' t- r, y , rV :;,. f . i j . . .
AT' VTA It Pit ICES I
AT WAR PRICKS!
AT" WAR PRICES!
AT .W'A R PRICKS!
'.'.r,,, AT'..' W.A R , P. Hi CES!
. AT WAR PR ICES'.
- it' r j . ,. Bja-fk
' -'-.i . . .1.; t-. ; .
The subscriber is nw pt.-lling goodd
FOR LESS MONEY I
Thau ts ever sold in Prrrynbiirif .
' ' - ' Bring 'the
0XLY STRU T CASH STORE I. T0WX,
I am thus eDabled to Sell frit les money.
I am telling best styles of CulicoeJ, war-
rsutt-d fast cjlor?, at -------- la.
' : I ' i
Best Enameled ltooW? ------- Bn.
Bst' Calf Btees ) - . Si.
UcJt Double-sokd Hwts 20a.
I have also oi baud au endless variety of
ccrttprsroNMNG low rRicE.g.
Alt I ask u for
- CASH . BUVERS
To look at my Good fx-fore purdiasiug eUewbere.
Ths best quality of Coat Oil ut 4s. always on
hand. Also, J
OL'R SHOE SnOF is in full blast. Those
wanting limits or Shoes can consult their own
interest and buy of us. Prices of all foods art
low aud cau be bad for cash only,at IlOl aTON'S.
7 ANTED All kinds of Produce at tlie Cash
Store of WW. UOlhTON.
HARNESSES. A small stock of Harnesses aa
baud low for cash, at HOUSTON '3.
VEff GOODS SEW GOODS 1 1 An endles
l variety at the Cash Store of .
N endless varietv of " Shakers " on hand at
l ' i : ' HOtSTON'S.
ATS. A larfi- lot of K its for spring and cum
mer wear, ut tue cash store ot
11CV YOUR GOODS AT HOUSTON'S,
Aud get the worth of your money, as they are sell
ing; them cheaper than tlu-y can be had in Tolad.
The, Highest Market Piice
IN CASU OR TRADE,
Paid for pr-aluee of aU kinds.
I UOlCK' GARDEN SEEDS ll
Ju. received at th.) Ap-iculfural Warehouae
a clinic lot o' 11 ir t -u S'.'e ta, fmm the eitr of fhii
sdelplilii. the bc-t mirket in the United S.atea for
fine vepfetablea. Thew aeed wife (trow n by Mngsri .
Lundreih it Sun. tio ol lest aeed-Uous- in ihe eouu
u v, mrl eau bd ruli.-d nu. D. KUKI'S.
V rrvt-burf. April 21. 1812.
: FXSE ASTD MA11INE
; . -;V SUSi
tKD Willi a largo Surplus. GS
43iu6J JOHN POWERS, Aot, Vurj&vjg.