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CerrMte Weekly ? kk.ll. I Macrewa
Alcatel t .''' Mer.kB.ta.
Flour, per bol. . . . u. l er buah 2.
F! ar, e.tra " . 4.00 'Jarley " -fai :,.
aeat, pr oB
R ve " -
Ot: C lover seed 0'
Pt Tiuiothv " 0.0
Uaj, per ton
. . . . S.00 Flax " 1.0
Cvfii, per bushel, 25
Orreete WnVlj W J. C. fnh
tirscer PravlslM Itasler.
Beef, per pound, 5,S
B icon. Ham, 7 10
Coffee, per lb 17 :
M.7iasae. N. O.
Potato, s, pr. bu.
Egg, pr. do.
T6 Dried Apple, f lb,
AVSeat, . .
.HIS J 4-30
... W) il.ou
. . Si .i 35
Clover Seed,.. 4. 75
Hogs, . . .
60 a 70
Flour.: tS.00, t.VSO ! Corn
Vfueat, 1.10 U.iW J
Rve, 7-.)(j"2 I Whiskey...
SANDUSKY", DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R.
On a id after Miy 5. BU Train will put thlf
(Urbana) station, a follow. :
N.-lit tl.ii.re.. im-r U
W;Ty d.i Moniavs, Wods Fridays. .. . 5.40, a. 31
Taroiyti r'reiiilt, every day 1 , "
l ..-;.,., F nraa
5 P. M.
. .u-U. a. m.
ty do Tuesdays, Tuurs Saturday. .2.00.
T.irrmirh Fei -ht everv dav 2.10,
United State Espres Messencrr on the Mail
trains, oiily. J A3. r Pi'lA8, Agent.
COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On and after May lstU, Tr.lue will leave Ur-b-uia,
aa follows :
, ; oorso wast.
V 1, Eiprcsa .
8.40, A. M.
5:15, P. M.
Ko 8, Express,
So 4, "
. 8:35, A.
, U:o0, P. M.
JA3. H. BROWS, Agent
1st PRSSBTrantay Chcrch. Weat Court St.
Bcv. L. H. lAing, fait or. terices every Bait
bmh. Houm: ii, a. M., 7, p. M.
babbath School at 1.4a, p. it.
Lecture and Social Prayer Meeting on Wednea
Iuy evening, at 7 o'clock.
E. V. LL iaraas Chcbch. Sonth-East comer
Court and Walnut otreeu. Uev. J. V. (Jevermg
h.ijs, Patjr. ia. vices every oiher babbaih.
1 H .am: 11. A M., ., P. JC.
sabbath bckool at J, a. M.
1st Mora. E. Chi-bch. South-West corner
Ciiarcb and Sorth Main Streets. Kev. C. W.
Ser, fastor. Servives every babuala. Hours:
II, a. m.. 7. p. m.
sabbath sciioo! at 3, P. M.
Geteral b iasa .'iecuiig, Monday evening, at
rtLi'ular Prayer Meatiuj. Wedaesday evening,
at 7 o ciock.
i'D Xltu. E. Cni-BCH East Water Street.
Rtv. J. M. Kooiiiaon, fastor. Services every
fc..lt-tu. Honrs : 11, a. M. , 7, P. n.
ti i")b.vth School at p. M.
Oeneral Ckitfs Met'.iug, Monday evening, at 7
Baptist CHrnca East Court Street Rev. J.
C. Bouham, Ptetor. Servicea every Sabbath.
Ub rt, 11, t !., 7, p. m.
Sabcath S-bool at 8, a. V.
Prayer Mcetins, Wednesday evening, 7 o'clock.
Epre;oP4l. CTicaca. Crur Scioto aud Ken
ton btreets. P.ev. Cuininings, Pastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, a M., 8
'tw CnntcH. Xorth-west corner South Main
and Kcyuolds streets. Eev. J. T. Eaton, Pastor.
Servicti every Sabbath. Hour: 11, a. M.
Catuouc Chckcb. John Street. Rev.
Kearney, Priest. Services every Sabbath.
Iljurs: 11 a. M.
Assocuti Ebtormsd CnrRCE. West Market
Member of Congress,
Cauii'JOQ Pleis udge.
Senator, . .
Clarx Common Piias,
P.wecutmg Atioraey, ,
Treasurer, . . .
6!ieritr. . .
Kecorder, . . ,
6 jrveyor, . .
Coroner. . . .
, A. P. Howard.
. . A. F. Vance.
. Jofcn Russell.
. Levi (jeijjer.
Sarneon P. Taibot.
C. H. Ward.
David M. Fisher.
. . Jas. Q. Baird.
Samuel Wdiiams. Ben'wixiin Davis.
InSnniry Directors, . . John W. HUt,
. Jonas Ilcd-es, Wm. Sampson,
Auctioneer, .... Jacob Zombro.
Tru!w, . . . . J. H. Patrick,
ffa McDonald, Kobt E. Colwell
Treasurer. . . . Tho. H. Berry.
Clrk, .... Jaim-s G. Ogden.
J. P. 'a, . . N". Bhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable, ... Jacob Zombro,
. J. C. Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Miy or, . . . . William Patrick.
Ciuucil, . . George B. Coulter, Gritflth
LlLis, James P. Pindar, George W. Collins,
Joseph C. Glenn.
Recorder, .... John Russell.
Marshal. .... Jacob C. Jones.
f treet Commissioner, . J. C. Jones.
Board of Education, . J. H. Yonng, Pres.
J. P. Pindar, W. T. Buiwer. E. B. Patrick, A. J.
iiuthridge, John Russell, Secretary.
Potrrsiatt Mail Cincinnati. Louisville St
Lnuls, ic. Closes at 3 0 ,p. M.; arrives at 10 0 a.
All tetters, &c, for Southern, South-Eastern
and South-Western Ohio, stoutberu Indiana and
lilin mb. S jntb-Western Sutes. and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, fcc, via O
verlan 1 Route, go in this mail.
"Southern Miu, ma Tou:1o anl Cleveland.
CI sea at 10:1P, a. m. ; arrive rt -;)5, P. M., daily.
AH Letters, Ac, lor N jribern auu .V ortti- West
ern Ohio, North-Western Slates, New "fork. New
jursey. the New Enirland States, Canada, ice,
r riim Countries, aud Califoraia, &c, ria Pana
ma, go in this luaii
Eaetebs Mail via Columfins. Close at 6:30,
r.u . arrives t 8:30, a. M. daily.
Lrtl.t.-rs for Ceutral aud Eistern Ohio. Pennsvl-1
rania. Miryland, Vinrinia, Washington, and the
o I'i'hera AtlaHt.c Mates, ifo in this ucul.
Westebu Mail. ria lBdianarolis. Close at 6:
4", a. m. ; arrive at H, P. v. daily.
Letters for V tern Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa. Ac, go in this maU.
Mirn.u. Mix-w Mutual, Roeedale and Dar
by plains (and Merhanicabunr, on days mention
edi. Arrives Tuesdays; departs Mondays.
N. AMBROSE, Postmaster:
Wm. Khodks, Deputy.
i DVSSTE CJ" THE
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URBANA UNION. CITY AND COUNTY.
The question has been asked, whether
lie Urbana Union will be a permanent
riper. We answer that it is bo tempor
ry thing; ; it is meant to be perm--nent
rt makes no debt?, but pays as it goe.-
rhose who wish to be subscribers must
'J in advance el.-e they cannot be sub-
'ribers. Customers for job work mut
ny on de'ivery, or they cannot le cu--
tomera. The publisher wishes to be ex-
lieit the Urbana Union will do its
luty, and will keep pood its word.
Assicssok Zovrro is l.uv at work enrollin;:
' e nHm.K or '' male citizens between th.
g s of 18 an 4.
" Mr. Toaiite-.'s Band will please fall into
It- pc-ceslmin next Friday, and march to de
Sattrdat, Aiiu: 2im). will be tlte anni
. rsnrv oi the thr e mon:h' boy return nml
eption. Tlie n-'urn was on Friday, la-i
Lvn'E An Soc E v. bists of the contri
h uuMis to the Ladit Aid S-c-tT liae m-Te'--en
publislii-l in il:e Urbama Union, b cann
ii.ne bae ever I.ecn fnmihed.
Two uf ilte attaclien of our office have bet-n
ui'e unwell during 'he past we k, and th
riei'er Kr:iou of ou- iwn timeUaslxe con-
nie l in hi inn himii); room, wl.L'h i our
.tfHibry for luck of mat er in this and other
" V c Hud pop''a!:on is twine to have a
c. 'umbration at de Pui-iti-fiurt Islan' nex
Friday. All dem w'i e fulka wid KCentsi i e
m-rris 'oward ladies ami pemman of color
u'tlniruded eso.-i m ,ktsea e tfil.Ic
t me am prospec'erl."
Pic-Nic Tl.ere will be a Pic-Nic at Fre
m.in Point Gnue. one mile last of B iMwiu'a
Mill, on the Me. h.tnic-burg and Springfield
Pike, on next "Saturday. August 2nd. The
vf.unp folks uliouM avail ihetnselvcs or litis
tii.e opportunity for enjoyment.
Thk reader will Bud on our first pape Doc
tor Dorsey's (Auditor of State) speech le i
ered at the Old Fellows' Pic-Xiri at Sprinfr
cr. ek Gn.ve, two w ekssin. Ii inviiesthe
attenMon and deserves a rea.linc fr"ra thepeo.
nle of Champaign 'hose who were not ao for
tunate aa to 1 e ir it.
Thi: fact U patent to eery man that the
lial Sia'es must put forth all tlieir enerjnes.
.lieir m( ans and men imtm-di.ilelv. in order
to b.injf the i .fernid rebellion to a close.
Xuw i the ao-c-ptable lime ; now is the day
oa atilu lor the best Government on God s
Auano the newly -appoiu.ed Assistant Su;
jiv .us for Ohio Regiments by Governor Tod.
we notic- Drs. Wreu and Luce of this placi
Tiie former is appointed lo ihe 30th regiment.
ami the letter to the 44'h. We trust thai
b th will find their positions agreable, ami
that ihej will prove tht m-!ves Well titled lor
Fall In! Lieu'. Murk L. Stansbury, o;
he 9"ith Kerim.-iit, is making rapid headwa.
oward.- tilling i i couipanv. He had tweii-
t - w.i m;-u sw- r:i in aj. i t e.-:erday nis.n ,
an I wi h his fco-a' eadiuveiH'ss and vi.ie
..wake qualities We may expect him to Imvci
MUipauy compieie txfoie .lie loth prox
Voting me i, e. list with Li. Ut. iMaiisbury, be-
.re the lime of drafting commences.
GrMi 'a O.ekLR Ou. neighbor John Gumj
who lues two doors north of the Bulletin
iJ.iard of the Urbana Union, Las commeuced
lie nmking of water crackers, which we vomc .
ire excellent, having taken council as to heir
quality. We are further aiivised. (and in this
.;iek from authori y, only) thai this is the
'ei:uiue art e'e to use wi li cheese aud ali
We fiirt heruiorc d.lrc, that Gamji is the
U st cracker-baker in Ohio.
Drafting Iinima:mus apear in various
quarters that i the n"mber requi'-ed to be
made up in Ohio shall not lg had, the Gov
etu ir will resist to drafting for def;ci-i cy.
Th.- G .verii.it has no jiower to make a draft,
mde i he militia sliall be called by the Presi
dent of the Unicd Stale, in pursuance of law.
Wi en such a call is made the draft in ist tie
;r..m the whole militia of the State, without
regard tc- the number of volunteers furnisl.e I.
T E All a nm -rofiiie Ladi- E -posi-lory
is an e-ellenl one. I . contains a steel
p rirait of Juo F. Wright, of the F'irst Ken
I ckv, also an interesting biovrophieal sketch
of the same ersonage, by Ei v. John F. Mar
lay. Both Mr. Wrighi and his biographer are
well known to our ci'izen.
The Ri-pository has no equals in its promV
iient features as a ladies' magazine. It .It
serves a wi !e circulation especially in the
W.-st. Terms, $2 per annum. Poe&Hi ch
Thb Jackson Citizen remarked in speaking
of Dan R.ce. " This leading manager, pnpo
lar perform.-r, a.'.d patriotic citizen will vi-it
us shortly with the "Great Show," an exlii
bi ion of uncommon merit. The spectacle-.
processions, parades, &c the trained atrmaK
lie edacatiMl horses, the unique mules, and
the artistic hosl incorporated in the institu
li.in. v ill attract the raas-e-1 most undoubted
ly, but the " grand centre" will be Dan R c.
Tl.ere are but lew i-ersons w ho do not apre
ciate his noble, un iring pstri.i ic course sino
the breaking net of ihe n b llion. llv was in
he South when the tnnn Secession firs
showe ! i head, and he w as offered gteat in
docvnienf to enli-i under the banner of treas
on. He spumed all offers of cmmand and
ts of honor (?), an l with a guardian's cau
ion, brought all 'he htsoiis in his employ
saf.-lv to their Northern homes. lie spoke
Union i i the S .uii and paid mot ey to th.
.vid'jwa and orphans of .base w!ki died the
in'eirrity of ihe Constirmion and our land.'-
TV Great Slvw with DanE ce will beher
on Saturday August D'h.
To the Rhodes of justice and of power
The Wearer came for bliss ;
Where there' a Will(son) there' a way"
And this is why this Ut
Ox the 2f!ih inst., by N. Rhode, Eq., Mr.
Lun.-on Weaver aud Mrs. Lavir.ia Wilson.
"Don't take any Part."
Therk are two. ways of Meeting ;
tnd of virifierm : one is to bef? them o!
;ind th s other is to kick them off. Whe:
the latter process is. going on, there is :
class of men who go about and who ex
cuse themselves from doing right, by any
ing that they take no part; They hope
to curry favor with rascality by sh::kin
bunds with it and to have their uiorul
owardice overlooked by the more reso
iute defenders of right and truth. The
ii.'.e no part ; it is all the same to then:
whether a man be honest, or whether h
'e a ro";ue and defimer.
The County Treasury.
This valuable institution seems to be
in great fjvor with its customers. The
Pay Talbott seems to be always reudy i
the Draw Tal!.ot e.-m be got to act, whicl
it is hard to do sometimes. It is sai
that he was taken in some time ago by
pedler of newspapers, who palmed off
false bill on h'm tnl goine'tow got h'n-
to draw for 118 Dolars, 80 cents whicl
eaves a deficiency in the county f inds o
just that amount. The peddler onii te
to swear to his bill, and it is thought he
will now refuse naving got the money
Pcrscaxt to call the untonditiitnal Union
men of Champaign County met at the Cour
House in Urbana on tbe 26th day of Jul;.,
18U2. when A. P. Howard Esq.. was called !
'h. chair, and J -hn T. Zienl ro elected Secre-
tiry. The object of the meeting being s'a'ed
Resolved That the convention elect fout
'elegates to represent this county in Stat.
Convention to be held at the city of Ci hrn
bns mi ihe 21st day of Auirnst. 181)2, and that
all Union men in Cliamtiaiirn couutv who
wish, bo instructed to attend the State Con
vention to c -Utisel and advise with the rejru
lar delegates. A ballot was had resulting in
the choice of A. P. He-ward, Lei Ge:trei.
oho Rusell and A. C. Demi.
On m.uiou it was resolved to select forty.
Township,delegates to at end the Congression
al Conventiou at Piqua on the 6th of August,
and resulted as follows :
Rush: William Audas, A. P. Howard,
Elias Smith. Abrara ColwelL
Urbana : A. C. Deuel, Ichabod Corwin,
Jas. R. Coulier. J. H. Toung, E. L. Small,
Joshua Saxton, Win. T. Busser,
&hm : Mose Mcllvaine. A. C. Jennings.
J. C. V. Taylor, F. M. Thomaa, Alexander Mc
llelh. Mudriver: Wesley Rector, Thoa. Chance,
John H. Bryan.
Outhtn: David Rutan, Orrin Taylor, D.
F. Spain, Obadiah Edge.
Jackson: Walluce McCrea, Benoni Barnes,
Harrison : William M. Bell, Benjamin Da
vis. Concord: James J. Gibbs, Oliver Taylor.
Tlayne; John W. Barley, Lewis I. Breed
love, klias Light.
Johnson : John F. Riker, S. G. Brecount.
John J. M'is.-oii.
Union : Amos Fox, P. G. Madden.
Adams: Lafayette Clem, G. Calland.
On motion all Union men of the county
were instructed to at'eml and ad isc wi h the
On mo.ion, the chair appointed a Central
committee (for this county.) composed ol the
iMlowmg nanie 1 gen 1 me-i to wit: L
"mull, John Russell, David Bu an. Wai.,.c.
M. Crea, Thos. 0bar.ee, A. C. Jennings, M. E
Morgan, John H. yVing. J ime R, Co die .
vno v ere vesica n un auiiionty to call a con
vention to nominate candidates for count
The following resolution was read an.
RtsiAved, That we hold it to be the duty o
all loyal men to stand by the Union at thi
hoer of trial, to u i e hearts and hands in e.u-
nesl efforts for its maintainance against those
armed against it ; to sustain wiih dele mined
resolution our patriotic President and hi Ad
ministration, in ihe:r energetic efforts in prose-
u:ing the war, and in the preservation of the
Union agaii.s' enenres at home and abroad;
to punish traitors and treason wiih fitting -e-
veri'y and cre-h the pre ent cu. eles rebell
ion so that ie- flag o' etj.-ui i- -ri shall ever again
be rai eel er any portion of the Republic.
To this end we want the c operation of all
men who love their conn try in their endeav
or to rekindle ihrou.diont all the States such
mtriotic fi e a hall utterly con.-ume all who
strike at the Union, and who s nijiatliise with
their treason and palliate their guilt.
A m iiion w as made to disj.et.se wiih nomi
nations for county offices, which m-.tioti was
laid upon the tab'e. Conveutiou adjourned.
A. P. Howard, Ch'm.
Jso. T. Zombro, Sec'y.
REORrrrtNO for the 95th Regimext is
("bampaign Couutt Ti:e Wat to pct it
THRorcn. A genilem in in Mechaniesburgh.
(Goshen ip.,) writiue to hi brother m this
cry on the 25ih inst., saya: "Say to Gov.
Tod, and Col. McMil'en, that the quota (IS
men) of ihis Township for ihe 95th Regiment
will be complete-d to-day, and we shall be
able to do something towards filling up the
ranks o! the 6t)ti. which were so badly deci
mated at the battle f Port Republic: Money
plenty, and excitement running high.-' Good
for Goshen Township!
This loyal township, of 400 voters, has al
ready 150 men in the Union army, but when
the la e call was made and the quota for the
township made known, oi iceeit ago, the
township Committee mei and promptly voted
fifty dollars additional bounty for each recruit,
and then, putting their hands to the work, the
result is announced above. If the 1500 town
hips and wards, of the State, would act as
pnm tly a Goshen Township, Ohio's con tin
gent ol 40.000 men, would aoon be in the
field 0. S. Journal.
Fill the Regiments in the Field First.
CoLfMBfs. O., July 28. The attention of
the several Mi.i ary Committees is especially '
dn ected to the importance of filling up the '
regiment now iu the field. It is more im- i
porlant that this be done promptly than that
he new regim-uts be filled up. In apporlion
ng the troops asked for among the several
-unties of the State, it was expected 'hat
each county would also furnish it quota, of
men lcr the regiments in (be field.
David Tod, Governor.
Tnt MftiTART Cowmittee, uuder d'rection
f the amhorines. Lave deaimiticd to appeal
1 1 the pamoiisiu, of trery loyal, man in the
county for aid. If men canuoi bjt teason of
..e. or the inolliplicity of hu.-Btesx affairs, go
to Girht m hafde, they wilt b . r-ced o
coniribute to the support of those who do go.
One m t Important part of the business is
o raise by subscription at least $13,000. Tl.i -'uiid
lo be loiged with the Military Commit
tee, and to be paid by them pro rala to sol
diers when mustered into the service, or to
heir families upon, the ir order. And it is de
sired that tius shall be for ihe common bene
n of the recruits for the 95th, 45th and 6Glh
The apportionment, based on numbers and
ealth, tit, will be about aafullows, iu Town
The Township Military Committee are ear
icstly requested U organize at onee and pn
eed to canvas for subscript ma. The lists
should be handed in against the 10th of Aug-
isi if possible. When received the li st of
contributions will be published in both papers
-i' Urbana : so that our soldiers and others at
t distance may know how many friend re
n.iiu behind them willing n extend aid.
The South is suffering terribly for the want
f many articles of food great portions of tl e
rebellious States seem to be on the verge of
starvation. We we:e shown by Mr. Wm.
cDonald a letter received by him from h's
bro'her James McDonald, in which ii watt
a ated that sail was difficult to obtain in 'hat
State (Alabama) at. $100 for 200 1 in. Think
if it salt fifty cents a lb. All other articles
w ere high-priced, similarly -Ven the South'
wn prnd icts were at much higher rates than
at the North. A gentleman of high standing
in business and society informed Mr. McDon-
ild, that the Federal Government could, by
olacing large armies on the border of the re
bellious States and keep up the b ockade a
effectually a it had been done, starve out the
Sou h in six months to a General surrender.
But it must be crushed out before then, and
'lie way to do it is to pu: more men in the
What a Soloisb will Rejeivk. Any per-
on enlisting in the armies. if the United States
vill be entitled to the f illowing, after being
tn mtered into service, viz :
The urn of $100 bounty, of which $25 is
paid upon being mustered, and $2 forrecniil
Ing pay, $13 per month, clothing andaubsist
ei.ee. The first month's pay is advai.ccd to
he recruit upon being mustered into service.
To'ai payment, in advance, $40. The remain
ing $75 bounty, will be paid upon the expi
ration of 'he term of service, or in case of
death, to the family o' the soldier. Be-ide
v .lunteers wi'l remember, that according to a
law passed by the Ohio Legislature last win
ter, a levy of three filths if a mill upon each
d dlar of property i.l the State, is made for the
support of the families of voluutceis. Again,
according to law, the property ot voluutcers
is exempt from sale under exec :1m for 60
lays after the expiration of his 'erm of service,
and hisjiroeriy sold for taxes is also redeem
able without penalty alter expiration of his
'ei m of sei vice.
KisGgcKkEK Sabbath School Cki.ebratioji
There will 1 e a Union Sabbath School ce!
bralion, on Sa unlay the 2d day ol August
next, in B. W. Gehman's woods, about one
mile North of Kingston, Salem Tp,
All Sabbath Schools are invited to attend,
md w ill meet at the woods at 9 o'clock, A
Addresses will be delivered by the Ei.vs. J,
B. Tuttle and B. W. Jikson. Bv order of
Committee Wm. Long, Sen., Pres.
W. T. Stone irakkr, Sec.
Os the 23 h o: Jul. at the Bap ist Parson
age, by R.-V- John C, Bonham, Mi. Manin L
Rohrer, and Mis Caibarine Moore', both o'
A Bcbnsipe IJei.l. One ot the fine-toned
southern belts which were sei cl bv Gen.
B irnside has been purchased ami er- cted uoon
the camp ground at Martha' Vineyard, and
will be used during the camp-nieeling there,
which commences the 5th of August. This
lias usually been the largest religious encamp
ment in the country.
A Metodi8t Minister in Newton, Mass.,
placed his name upon the enlistment roll at a
recent war me, tieg and then made the follow
ing apM'ul t j the assemblage : " As the serv
ant of my Divine Master I do not call upon
you to go, but I say unto you come I'"
Miss Margaret Howell, the aster of Mrs.
Jeff. Davis, was married recently to George
W. Curtis Lee. eldest son of General Lee, ami
heir to Arlington by the will of his grand fat h
er, Mr. B irtis The marriages of three ladies
who we-re imprisoned in the house of Mr.
Greenhow in Washington lat summer, are al
Hon. Amor Kehdall has tendered to the
new Baptist Church the use of $10,000 for
eight years without interest, to aid them in
the erecuon of a house of wor-hip. He fur
ther gives them (he dividend of $25,800 worth
stcck in the American Telegraph Company
the same number of years.
Dc.eN RicnMONO of New York has contribu
ted one thousand dollars for enlistment in his
senatorial district, and also a similar amount
ihe same purpose in Erie county.
Ma. Sworn, the manufacturer of sew ing
machines, has left this country with the in-
tent ion of spending the rest Qf his hie 111 the
General Twiggs, who basely surrendered
forces in Texas, died in that State last
month. He served with distinction in the
Mexican War, but destroyed his laurels hy
Qnly one dollar a year lor the Union,
Rates of Postage.
Lettora, for each half ounce, under 3.00 miles
prepaid, 8 cent; over 8.000 miles, prepaid. It
cents. All letters must be prepaid bv staim,o
inclosed in stamped envelopes, or they will no
Trausient Newspapers, Periodicals, Circular
Ac, to any part ot the United States, not weigu
ing over 3 ounces, 1 cent, and 1 cent for each au
ditional ounce, prepayment required.
Boqka, prepaid, not weighing over 4 pounds, '
cent per ounca for any distance In the Luite.
States under 8.000 miles, and 9 cents an tmnc
over 8.000 mile, prepayment required. All frae
tion over the ounce being counted aa aa addi
Newspapers and Periodical not exceeding 1
ounce in weight, when paid quarterly in ad vane
and circulated In the State where pnblished
Daily, per quarter, 22i ; six time per week
19i; tri-weekry, ; senU-weekly, 6; weekly
semi-monthly. IX; monthly, K- Kewspa
pera and periodicals when weighing 1 ounc
and over, double the above rates.
Small Newspapers, published uioalhly.or oftci.
er, and pamphlets not containing own than 1
octavo pages, in packages of 8 uasii or over,
cent per ounce.
Weekly Newspapers, within the cwonty wfter
Quarterly payments. In advance, mj ac mad
either where published or received.
To England. Ireland an Scotland (California, Or.
fon, and Washington excepted), 34 cents J o.
rom California, Oregon, or Washington, i
To France and Algeria, by French malls, 15 cen'
Jot., 30 cents oz.
To German States,, by Prussian closed mail, .7
cent i oc
To Canada, New Brunswick, Cape Bet.on. Prim
Edward's Island, Nova Scotia, and New Founi
land, W. cent V oz. when distance is sot ov
3.000 miles from line of crossing.
ii nranid m m mm
Will be la
IAT9SSA7, AUG. 9.
When the subjoined Novel, Wonderful an Pleasing
r caiurvs wiuw ouerca ;
THE BLIND HORSE. EX 'ELSIOil, Jb
MADAM LLE KCSA EdORIST!
The Beautiful young Princes of the Corde Tendaa.
The wondsrfnl Kquestrian Gymnast a Alias
InlVst EKnJiu, The Baby Tight E-pe
CHA3. RES1D, The Successful tmpers nat or
Of ttk "MyiturioM Ldy," Zoyar. will execute
THE GOES OF TiiE CLBRItTLUl'.
H ill conitiiute one of the most iniareniDg t taturet,
vi me u. o. vnin;ug forward ibc wool
Acruutitit i urcv.
DAN J.H.L'rt pj ts.
The llonkevi, Foaice, Goate, and tUc Cunocs daoclDg
V. E. Rositon, tue CUaatloa Slx-Borse Bide; I
l'Erhclle Perlllt uso la Trapaze, la Percbe Equipoise
by atettsrs. brir .i, irewallur, and William iuuu.
Master 1'ied Jjai-cJay,
la bis Challenge BlBCLX Act.
Dan Rice's Dream of Chivalrj 1
Oa. TILE FLUIJjS OF T11E GUIXIOi tLOTli,
One of the most bcaatiml spectacles ever presented.
Will appaar In the Circle cW) tune, and will cause to
ue oruugui luruara
TXXIil COMIC SaX7X.S.B I
Almon Mentor's Silver Comet Band hn Wi.
Scale Or Prices Box. SS cents: Reserved Mats.
SU cents; I'nildren HuUer luycars old tu reserved seals.
The performance will commence at i and 7, p.m.
ty Scats tor everybody.
Dr. K. P. Jones. i
Maaagerof Publications, f
I Jos. E. Warner,
) lieueral Agent.
ECBCTTS WANTED FOH TIIE 95th REGIMEST.
Ill COL. X'lllUX, LI. -COL. AitXSTHOXQ.
Fifty L'ollars li. u:i !
Ms ! who wish to ssrre their Coantry !n the War for
the Coduut can obtain the above snm bv ealliug ou
Lieut. M. L. Stansbnrj. Prove your patriotism bv en
listing at once ; don't delay and be dratted 1 Th"9.tu
will be a crack iteciment in every ruamset. V..I1 In
lively, boys. nj8
2 i -
Si " X
Eft 2 -i'
5 "2. -
o a -
SI 0 t-T4
g 2 CD
s S 03
W bars J14 receirsd a LARGE STOCK at
Also, a full assortment of
MX KINJ3S OF GOOI
tIES'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN':
which will be sold.
Either Made C, r Uf the Tard
Our Stock of th above good will b found
EST FABRICS TO BE FOl'XD D
-A-TsrST MARKET i
CRITTITn ELLIS A CO.
INSTATE OF JOUS W. TAYLOR.
The iindetsI.eTied has been appointed ftdmlnlstimtr'T
of the Ktate of Juhn W. Taylor, lute of ('hatnuaiir
Countr, dee'd. FKNCKSC. TAYLOH.
Jane lbG3 -Stt. Adm'x of J, W. Taylurdec d.
STATE OF ISAIAH FCSON, DCD.
Kotice is herebv elvcu. that the snbscrfber has beer
appointed and qualified a3 Administrauirefthe estat.
Isaiah Kason. late of Chamnaam Cuuntv, d
June 11, l(j-3w. GBORGK FL
V'OTICE-PUTITION TO OBTAIN OK
.1 D E 3 .
Wm. 3. Vc.Meiander. Adminls-l Probate Court of
trator of Isaac J. Vutsler dee'd i Champai?n C'MDt. .
vs. I enio. retniun t-
Michael Tnuler 4 others J sell land.
To Jacob Ynuder. C'asner Yctslcrs. Bccismin Tut. -
hir, Jasier Yutsler and Marv Jane Yatslun Yon ar
hereby informed, that on the 8th dty ot May, 1S64, tunc
Auministrator Died nis petition in ttie rrobate Loan
of e'hamiiaign County, Ohio, the object and prayer o:
which petition is to obtain an order, c, on the S6th
June. 186. for the sale of the following real es
tate (of which the said Isaac J. YutsLer died
or so mnch fts may be necessary to pay the debt of
said decedent to-wifc Situated ra said county anc
state, beine lot No S. as aesiimed to Isaac J. Yutslei
and as shown by the plat of partition filed in the i'otv
of Common Pleas ot said County, in the ease of W'n.
Sumncrs against, Michael Yutsler and others, becin
log in the North line of the north-east quarter of Sec
tion 16. Townshio three, ranee 12. 67 90-tiJO Holes West
of the north-east corner of aid quarter at a stone N.
w, comer to lot, aoi, as snown oy saia plat, tnencv
North 8SV, West 4S 75-100 poles to a stone : thence
South 1; West 90 S6-1O0 poles to stone in the North
line of lot No 1 ; thence with said Use South S8V East
45 74-100 poles to a stone 8. W, corner of lot No s ;
thence with the west liae of lot No 3. North lk' East
90 86-I0O poles to the beginning, containing 36 acres of
ana. ra. acALtiAAUtii, Aamr.
May 14 1863.D7-4W.
of Isaac J, Yutsler deed.
COMETHLNO NEW. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO
O TBS LADIES I
Patent Hemmer and Shield
rOR HAND SEWUf It.
Is " Just the Thing" for all who ug the needls. This
Bomariab'.j Simple a.'d Koval Invention
Baves OK-H.u.r the labor of hand-sewine. as It COM
PLETELY PROTECTS THK FISGKIt FROM the
POINT OF TI.E NEEDLE, and makes a neat and u-
nitorm hem while the operator is sewing.
XO LADT SHOULD BS WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beautiful and n3efal. The Ilem-
mer and Shield will be sent free on receipt of the price
Enclose Sump for descriptive Circular and terms.
C WN.' 1 S
Sewins Bird Combined
sn article of ersat merit. It Is used for tk nrinvwe
winding Skein, of Thread, Silk, Cottoii, Yam, Floss.
Worsted. c. It is readily adjusted to the wort-table,
and will be found indispeiisl'.i:e to all uing the
shove articles, betng a useful and invaluable appen
dage to the Sewing Bird.
Price $o,iu ta 1 according to style tii inlkh.
$li50 I'er Month.
can be easily realized by an Enterprising Agest
(wanted In eveir town and county thronlioiit the IJ
pited States and Canada.) selling the alxne articles, at
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no cuuintitun,
A Uberal discount maje to the trade.
Addreia " Hi DCKTNEP,
M Broadway, New York,
raitontee and Bulo 3roprietoe.
N. B General aud exrlnsivc Agencies w.11 be gran
ted oc the moolliberal terms. iai Jiu
.VHKT 00 H I r " tO-TBS SPOT
iTOP YQTJR COUGH f
PUHIFV TOU3 BBTATH!
STEEXaTEEN TOUR VOICE I
ODD FOB CLERGYMEN,
OOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR.PTBT IC 1PWAKEE9,
6QOS FOB SINGERS,
GO)i Fuli Cu.NSUMPTrrU
sPAVP'' THHOAT CeNPKCTIONw.
Lauiv ul piLieHTas wm
PARSING'S Tim OAT CwNFECTIONf.
child r2m car roa -
PALDINGm TBHOAT CO Jl FECTIwKB.
bey relieve a Coneh lnstanUy.
"bey dear the Throat.
"hey (ttve strentrth and volume to the voice,
'iey Impart deHdens aroma to the breath.
".T are delightful tn the taste,
bev are made of fhnple herb and can not harm aa
' advise ersrv one who has Coaeb or a Husky
W or s TUrT Brsth. or iny ittfrnTtv of the Thrat
et a packacre of my Tbrant Confections: they will
"eve von Instantly, and will mrr wti - a
"it "they so rfcht to the spot." Yon will fad then
Ty nserul and pleasant while traveling or attendlv;
bite meetinc for stilling yonr Congh or allayt- g
nr thirst. If you try one package, I am safe in sy
T that voa will ever afterwards consider then indts--M
T"" tnd them at the Pragjtst ac
salers in Kedldae.
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CEXTSi
My signature i on each package. AH others ar
Package will be sent by mail, prepaid on receipt
r Tftirt Cent. Address
48 C AB STREET, KEY" TOBK.
SICK II K AD ACHE.
nnV ITS HRAl AC".
-Tiv (h w n' tVss Wl's the periodic attacks of
Tcrvoas or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
.ken at the commencement of aa attack immedlata
Hrf from pain and sickness will be ohtatoeL
Thcr seldom (all In removing the Nausea and Head
"be to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon th bowel removing Costiv
nes. For Literary Men. Students, Delicate Females, and
persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable a a
'.axative. Improving tbe appetite, giving tone and vtg
t to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
and strength to the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PHILLS are tbe result of long so
estimation and carefally conducted experiments,
avlng been In use many years, during which tim
hey have prevented and relieved a vast amount of
ain and suffering from HeadajChe, whether ortg
nglnthe nervous systeas or a deranged state efth
They are entirely vecetable in their composition
.nd may be taken. at ail times with perfect safety, with,
at msklng ft ay change of diet, and the absence of
ny disagreeable Ust renders it easy to- administer.
hera to children.
BEWARE OF COl'NTEItFETTS I
WTht genuine hove five signatures ot
HENRY C SPAuDLNQ.
on each boa
'old by Dtuggtst and all other destcrs to Medicine..
boa will be tent by mail, prepaid, on rectlpt cf the
Price, 25 Cents.
11 orders should be addressed to
Hi NHT C. SP lr "t
S CED.Ut STREET, NTW YORI.
Tl single bottle of
SFALZnJTS Pa2FAlE3 11?
Will save ten times Ks cost
Spalding's Prepared Qlr e
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Gluo
SAVE THE PIECES.
ECONOMY! DISPATCH t
S3?" A Stitch In Time aarea Nlne.ja
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated
families, it is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furnitcre, Toys, Crock
SPALblXGS PREPARES GLUE
all snch emergencies, and ao household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and op to
" USE?Cli ET EVESY HOUSE.
B A Brush accompanies each bottle.
PRICE 5 fJEN.
iaiiT a. jvxi3r-v
43 CEDAB 8TEEET, SEW T0S4.
certain unprincipled person afa ittcnptin to
off on the unsuspeeting public, imttaxlcc of C7
PREPA Ri-JJ OLL E, I would caution aii person to
befure purchasing, and see b tbe foS Base
SPALDING'S PHEPAESD GLUE!
on the outside wrapper all other ar swindling,