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CrmM Weekly j Jok. Elokk.lt ! litre wm
Paj-ae. Atr.t.1 tamMM
Flour, trbbl.... M Oats, per Irasb...... 33
Flour, extra 6.00 Parley " 90-1,00
Wheat, pr brush .. Hoter ced .. .. 1.00
Kve 45 Timothy ... . ' 3.50
Hy. per tort.. . -8.00 Flax" ;.....il.50
Corn, per uushel, SO
(TWtti Weekly kr . C. C1m
rcer aa4 FltrMU Vcalca.
Coffee, per B ' .3"
Molawe, N. O. 75
PvtatoM, pr. bn. 4
Enr, pr. do. 8
Dried Applo,?)R, 5
Beef, pet period,
Pork, ' .
Mackerel. ' -
White Fish, Jbbl, 4,00
AJffd, ' "" -
.. - 4W742
Clover Seed, . .4.75ff 5.00
iiofs, a. wx a. eo
SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCINTI R. R.
On an J after May S, SrV2, Trains will pass this
(Urbana) station, t follow r :
Mail , ,.k 10.20. a. K.
M-hV Express 10.20, r. M.
War do Monday, Weds a Fridays. . . . 5.40, a. m.
Throufc-b. Freight, every day.......... 1-00, "
Mail. ....... I'-
Morning Express e.xX,, a. jc
Way do Tnesdavs, Thurs a Saturdays. .2.00, p. m.
Through Freight, every day, 2.10, a. m.
United States Exprew Mrssentrcr on the Mall
trains, uly . , J A3. P. F1XOAB, Agent.-
COLUMBUS.PIQUA AND. INDIANA R..R.
On and after Muj 40, lb&J, Trains will leave Ur
ban, as follows s - : ' -'-'
- SOIKG WEST. -
No 1, Express . .
No 2 " .
Ko S, Express,..
Ko4, " ...
g:40, A. r.
5:15, P. M.
,. 8:R6. A. M.
, 2-30, P. M.
J A3. IL BROWN, Agent
1st Pbesbttfjhas Chcbch. West Court ft
Rv. L. H. i-ong. Paster, bervices every Sab
bath. Hour: 11, a. it, 7, r. m.
fcabbath Senool at 1.4A, P. .
Lecture and sk'dui Prayer Meeting on Wednes
day evening, at T o'clock.
v. LcrnERAK Cacacn. South-East eorner
Court and Walnut &treot. Rev. J. 1. Jeveriiii
haus, Pator. bet-vices every other babbath.
Hours: 11, A. M.. 3, P. M.
Svbbath School at 9, A. St. :
1st Muth. E. CurncH. Si(u-West corner
Church aud North Main Street. Kev. David
Warnock, Paetor. ticrvives every Sabbeth.
llfmrs : 11. a. M.. 7. r. m. "
8!.h ith felic"l At 2, p. M.
Gef!T.:t OLis. Meeting, .Mjnday evening, at".
rhi.ilar Traycr Hectics, Wednesday evening,
at 5 r clock.
ft 'METTt.'"rt. Cnrnm. East Walr Street.
K v. J. M. rio'iiuMMi, Pastor. Services every
tsnh'iT h. Hoi PK; 11, A. M. ; 7, P. M.
iJioa!h Sebmfl ;U 2, r. M.
Ireaeni Uas Alectiui, Monday evening, at 7
B M-TisT CnrncH. E;st Court Street Eev. J.
C. Bouliaiii, Pastor. Services every Sabbath.
Ilrt'.irs, 11, A M., 7, P. M.
tiaUlMth School at , A. W.
Prayer Miieting, Wednesday evening, "o'clock.
Ei'iscoPAU I'm wiL Corner Scioto and Ken
loe Stress. Iter. Cumininjrs, Pastor. Ser
vieea cierj fourth SabbuUi. llours: 11, A. m., S
Xrw Cni nrn. Korih-weet corner South Main
and Kcvnolds streets.
Servicua every Sabbath. Hour: 11, A. M.
CATnoi.tr CnritcH. John Street Eev.
Komiev, Prict. Services every SiibbatlL
Honrs : 11. A. M.
Assnt iATB Rbtoemed CncEtH. West Market
Strtwt. - -
'; coarrr. .
Saul S. llcukle.
. A P. Howard.
, A. F. Vauce.
. John Rusacll.
. Levi tieiger.
Smtson P. Talbot.
Thomas P. Bond.
. - C. II. Ward.
. David M. Fuher.
. Thomas Chance,
Member iTConrrcs, .
Common Picas Jaiige,
Representative, ' .
Probate Judge, .
Clerk Common PIoju, .
Prooeciitiug Attorney, -Auditor,
Treasurer . . .
Coroner, " ' '
t-anruel Vt Ulr.tnis, Henjauim llavis.
lnnnmur Directors. " . . John W. Hitt,
Jonas Hedges, Wm. Sampson,
Auctioneer, . ' . . . Jacob Zonibro.
v ' . Towxsam
Trustees, . . , .: " J. H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt. R. Colwell.
Treasurer, . . . Thos. H. Berry.
Cleric N. Rhodes.
J. P.'s, . . N. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable, . Jacob Zonibro,
J. C. Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Mavor, . . W:iliara Patrick.
t'ouncil, . . George B Coulter, Gnthth
XUts, James P. Pindar, Geere W. Collins,
Joseph t;. Gleun.
Recorder, . ... John Russell
Marshal, I ' " -. Jacob C. Jones.
Street Commissioner, . . J. C Jones.
Board of Education, . J. H. Young, Pres.
I. P. Pindar W. T. Busser, E. B. Patrick, A. J.
Gnthridge, John Russell, Secretary.
SorTHKRS Mah. rm Cincinnati, Lonisville. St.
Lonis, &c .Closes at Ul5.Jt.; arrives t 10:2O,a.
All Letters, &c, for Sonthcrn, Sonth-Eastcrn
nd Sonth-Western Ohio, Southern Indiana and
Illinois, Soutb-Wentern States, and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, ike, via O
Verland Route, eo in this mail.
Nobthkkw Man via Toledo nd Cleveland.
Close at 10:00 a. K. ; arrives at 2:05, p. jl, daily.
All Letters, r., for Northern and North -Western
Oiiio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the New England States, Canada, fcc..
Foreign Countries, aud California, &&, via Pana
ma, go in this mail.
Eastern Maii ria Colnmbns. Closes at 1:43,
p. M.; arrives at 8:20, A. M. daily.
Letters for Central aud Eastern Ohio, Pennsyl
vania, Maryland, Virginia, Waehinfrton, and the
Southern Atlantic States, go in this mail.
Western Mam, ria Indianapolis. Closes at 8:
00, A. M. ; arrives at 2, p. m. daily.
Lettere for Western Ohio, Indiana, Dliuois, Io
wa, Ac, go in this maiL
Motcajl Mail -for Mutual, Rosedale and Dar
by Plains (and Meehanicsburg, on days mention
ed). Arrives Tuesdays; departs Mondays.
N. AMBROSE, Postmaster;
' Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
I DVEJTTI6K IN THE
If you wish to
Prosper, in your Busincf
CITY AND COUNTY.
The question has been asked, whether
the Uebana Union will be a permanent
paper. "We answer that it is no tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be permanent.
It males tio deibts, hut pays as it goes.
Those who wish to be subscribers must
pay in advance else they cannot be sub
scribers. Customers for job work must
pay on delivery, or they cannot be cus
tomers, The publisher wishes to be ex
plicit the UrbaS'a Union will do its
duty, and will keep good its word.
: Wood. Will our friends bring in a Wint
er's supply of wood", as sooH as possible, and
P.kmovau Dr. E. D. Gilson, Homeopathic
physician and Surgeon, lias removed his of
Cce to building one door west of Tost Office.
To BnEwsns. We call the attention o)
brewers wishing to find a location, to the ad
vertisement in this paper of the old Lrbana
Mill. There is no Brewery in TJrbana or the
vicinity, and it is an excellent site for one.
The property, we think, can be had at a great
bargain and a food brewer would do well to
Come ainon us.
Ottt thanks are due Major Blose and J. F.
Nitclitnan, Esq., of Mud River, for special
The parolled men of the CCth Reg't are in
the camp of parolled prisoners near Alexan
Somewhat UsAWMors. Marion Township,
Mercer county, gave 205 votes for the Demo
cratic ticket at the recent election.
Tjie G6th Reg't, we understand has gone
into winter quarters with plank-floored tents
r . . - m, '
an other comfortable conveniences. This is
a-rreable news to all. -
Thk trotting race at Nutwood Course, last
week, resulted in the success of Blucher, the
Cincinnati horse, who won three straight
heats, the best time being 2:43.
An-ttetau. We hear this name variously
sounded sometimes Antey-Tam ; and at oth
er Anti-e-tam. The came is always called.
An-tee-tam, by the people ivho live there.
The 113th Regiment, Colonel Wilcox, in
which is' Captain Biker's company of this
county, left Columbus last Saturday for Cainp
Goddard, Zaucsville, where it will remain
Until filled Up, ' ' ' : v. "
The foil iwing are the rates lor Exchange
and Gold in Cincinnati;
Xc Yoik Sight tgdis Ai'sr
Philadelphia " 3. ....) dif.Apnr
Boston " tjdis.Apar
Baltimore " V dis.ipar
Gold.... -7 ji-eiiu
A IiiutiTEOus Move. The State Journal
says: . -;
We lenrn upon the authority of Lieut, Col.
Armstrong, of the 95th Ohio, that charges
have been preferred against -Col. McMillen,
and a court-martial ordered thereon.
The remains of D. Merrill Humes, a mem
ber' of Co.' A, CGlh Ohio, arrived home Mon
day, in charge f J. Ham. Armstrong of that
Reg't Mr. Humes was wounded at the bat
tle of Port Republic, taken prisoner by the
rebels and released afterward, and died at
Fort Dele ware, last week. Mr. Humes was
brave soldier, a firm patriot and highly es
teemed man. He was.a son of Samuel Humes,
Esq., of Uuiou Tp,
Tue dwelling occupied by Thomas Towers
G wvnne-street over the S. D. & C. R. R..
caught" fire on Mondav, but the flames were I
soon extinguished by the firemen and others,
Both engines were on the croucds in a short
time, aldiough the distance was considerable. '
We learn that the fire" was occasioned by
children playfully building a fire under a
This is very innocent amusement.
Sad Pf'ATrt of Madame Bishop. The fol
lowing brief announcement appears the Mil
waukee Sentinel Madame Bishop, it will
remembered, was in Urbana Last spring.
She was, in her day, one of ti e most cele
brated of our prima donnas: .
" Madame Anna Bishop, the celebrated
singer, was burned at St. Paul, on Wednes
day of last week, by her clothes taking fire,
from the effects of which s'-e died on the Fri
The rebels have again been routed out of
Missouri and Arkansas and a large assortment
Gents' furnishing goods has been " routed"
of Cincinnati to replemish Messrs New-
house & Fredman's establishment. In this !
assortment will be lound a choice lot ot gents j ary
flannel shirts, neck-ties, &c, Arc. An '
early call is necessary to afford a lelection, as
demand will be lively for many days.
Store-rjonij Weaver's corner, S. W. public
Square. ' '
Sick of the CGth. From the report of the
Secretary of the Ohio Relief Association, we
the following names of members, of the
Reg't, now patients in the Washington
hospitals : . . 7 .
At Harewood Hospital. J. W. Anderson,
D, Wm. Hoguc, do., (cook,) Henry Iccn
barger, Co. B.
St Aleysins Hospital. William Butler
Union Hospital, Georgetown. George M.
Ilover, Co. D. .
All the men, with few rxceptions, in the
hospitals there, are doing welt.
Tre news from the East is to the efTUt that i
army, or at least a great portion of it, will
into winter quarters.' Hence,- the Secre
tary of War requests proposals for army stoves,
We learn that he ordered the entire
number of stoves, necessarv from Messrs. J.
Glenn & Co., of this place, but their home
patronage is so great that they were unable
comply with the Secretary's request
Messrs. G. & Co. have a full assortment of
stoves, tin-ware, and house-furnishing goods,
as cutlery, willow-ware, Sec, which they
at astonishingly low prices. Do not fail
call in and take a look at their assortment.
thatyou will satisfy yourselves that Glenn's
tlx place to go to.
Proceeding of the Grand Democratic Jubilee
at Urbana, Ohio, Oct. 22, 1862.
At an early hour of the evening great num
bers of people came into town, from all direct
ions. A delegation from the- North, among
whom was Gen. Shelby of Bellefoiintnine,
came in the cars at 5 o'clock ; Gov. Medory,
Congressman J. F. McKinncy, and their suite
arrived by the eastern ttain. And at dark,
the Springfield delegation, accompanied by
George Spence, Esq., headed by Krapp'
German Band", of Springfield, arrived in town.
A procession, accompanied by rTrapp's Ger
man Band, and Forter's Cornet Band of Vr
bar.a, was formed in front of the Exchange
Iletel, and marched to the Court House, when
the meeting was called to order by Capt. J.
C. Edmondson, chairman of the Democratic
Central Committee, and was organized by the
appointment of Trof. John Candy, ng Presi
dent, Hon. John A. Corwin, Tied President,
Col. W. F. Mosgrove, Secretary.
The President bricOy stated the objects of
the meeting. . - - - . . .
Gov. Medary was then loudly cal'ed for,
and was introduced to the meeting by Judge
Corwin, In a short but happy and eloquent
Gov. Medary, tvas saluted with tremendous
cheers, continued lond and long. Alter the
cheering had subsided, the Governor said that,
he had come to greet the people on the occa
sion of this great Jubilee. He had spoken of
ten in this part of the oondtry, but how for the
Crst time, in TJrbana, in a Democratic Con
gressional District. . He had come to greet the
people on this occasion, as well as to greet, his
old friend McLTinney. whom he had known so
long and so well. And ho had no doubt Mr.
'West had done the best legislating he coulil,
when he had succeeded in making this aJ)emo
cratic Congressional District
At hi? period of life, he felt it his duty to
treat the subject seriously. The army can
neither make war nor peace. It was so in a
Republic. Here the people are the seurce of
And all remedies for the defects
Box:, tt was the duty of Democracy to pro-
t'ect freedom. A democratic victory makes
every body feel good. The Governor here re
counted the Democratic victories of tho year,
in Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Pennsylvania, and
other States, in which he spoke of the Demo
crats elected, but in speaking of the opposi
tion, he could only state that there were so
many " What's their names ?" elected.
When he returned from the 'West he Was
told that Democracy was dead and buried.
voice What, a live corpse, they did bury ?
Yes, a living corpse which possessed within
itself the powrer of resurrection. Ohio is net
an Abolition State, and never was. Abolition
and Fanaticism had been the cause of the
war. ' Had thought Ing of this Civil War.
Cared, not so much for political commotion,
but was fearful there was a spirit behind the
masses, stronger than the masses. He thought
there was a mode of settlement of onr diflbul-
ties without war. Public sentiment, without
resort to arms.
When Lincoln was elected he wrote to lii
ohl Democratic friends of like age with him
self, that Ihrre wr. a great Democratic henrt
yet left in the country. And if they would
join hint, would place themselves upon the
lines of divisions of the country, and battle
for the right, until they were destroyed, or
the Union again restored. He had rccci- cd
wek knet'd answers. And nothing was left
but for him to return to this State, and again
resume the editorial department of a paper.
Democrats were asked what they
were going to do when they got into power.
is yet 13 months before they go in power,
and before that time the administration may
conclude a disgracelul peace. The responsi
bility of the Democrats when in power would
greater than that of to day. And if belore
that day a peace should be forced by Europe
,ll,'re woulJ be more danger from such apeace
than this war itself.
Great questions arc about to be sprung up
ns ; and if he was not mistaken, something
new would soon be proposed. And he would
now say what he had never before said in
public or in a newspaper.
The monarchies ot Europe never intended
this should be one free and united govern
ment. Aud if, not manv months since, the
French Minister, after consultations, w ith Ihe
Cabinet, had not gone to Richt lond, with Ihe
avowed purpose ol bvyinq (ohnmt only, while
English Minister and Mr. ScWard Were
anxious consultation at Washington, these
niaueuvers had been for some other purpose
thau those avowed, what was that purpose?
is well know n that soon after these events,
the French and English Ministers return
ed to their own countries. Suppose what
purpose was. Take an hypothesis. Sup
pose the object of these visits and consulta
tions to have been the settlement of a bound
ary line between the North and the South, so
all north of that line should be free, and
allsoutb of it. slave. And sunnosc that bound-
iine to commence on the south-east eor
fancy , Virginia and run west to the Pacific
ocean? And that the object of the French
Minister instead ol visiting Richmond to buy
tobacco, had been to submit such a proposition
the President and the two Ministers to
Davis, and that he had rejected it? And
in consequence of that rejection the two
Ministers had returned home for consultation ?!
What then would remain of the proposition ?
Suppose that remainder to have been, that the
is t be camcu on tor tne purpose ot a
conquenng a oountiary , t
It is well known that alter the visit of the
. , , ., . . , ,
G00.000 new troops were brought into
field, and the war has been transferred to
border States, where it now exists.
England, by her Ministers, publications and
emmissaries has bee labouring for more than
years to abolitionize the North. And who
knows but that such a supposed boundary
between a North and South might bo a
of her ulterior purposes, that free gov
ernments might thereby be so weakened as
be easily extinguished ? Uuited, this gov
ernment is invincible, but divided, and with
Canada on the North we must be unable to
eompete with great and powerfid adversaries.
there is utter consternation at "Wash
ington. There is no disunionism in the West
East is afraid of the great Mississippi val
ley. They are afraid of a great consolidation in
West. They all want our food and can
not live without it. The North-east and the
South and England and France areas anxious
our food as they are for their own exist- j
ence. Without us New England could not
eiist six months and would dwindle into a
Csli market. I
We may w.-Il congratulate the Democrr.ey j
npon tue i .ctoncs tuey uavc ociiieieu m u (
i . i . . .
Gov. Mudary took his scat amidst the most
fapturoiirHPplsuse. And daring the Vrliolc
progress of his speech was most frequently
The met'titi" was then snccessiVeiy aihlrcfs' j
ed bv Messrs McKiniicy, Bhclby and Spcncse
in Very excclk-nt and eloquent addi'esses. But
space will not permit us to give even a synop
sis of their speeches.
The following resolutions w ere then unani
Unsolved, That the thanks of this meeting
be tendered to Krapp's German Band of
Springfield, for their Voluntary visit and ex
cellent music on this occasion.
lienolced, That the proceedings of this meet
ing be published in the Ukbana Union, The
Crisis, Cincinnati Enquirer, Clark County
Democrat, and all other Democratic papers of
The meeting then adjourned.
Joir Canhv, President.
" W. F. Moporove. Sec'y.
The following are two receipts here
tofore published in the Union :
Aitbitob Chaxtaion CorKTT to J. S.viton Dr,
lsscl. To Prihtlng Laws of Ohio, 198.000 ems Jtls.BO
JnneS It hism. -
'CO To ndv. Times nf Holding Courts
(omitted last rear) S.no
"nt " Tax Kill? for Treasurer .5t
" adv. Notice to A9c'ors 1.00
" " Waiiko Probate JUflga
" " li Kcamo Assensorc Blaubs SH.IKI
" " Tax notice Treasnref .60
" " Bills for Treaonter S.U0
" " Kceripta for TraBnref B.H0
" " manka for Clerk . 8.50
" " Koad Receipts li.tM)
" Tax notice Treasurer . d.UO
" Cash paid for binding Kd and
aid vols. Citizen 1.50
" " adv. Sheriff's Proclamation f.45
" " Bills " " S.50
" " Blank Probate Judge (Brand) 13.50
" " Bills Treasurers Tax notice
(two sets) . 30.00
KX) Bills for Anditor
(To Builders) 2.00
.. .. xnnnrers 1 ax notice &J
w Land Redemption notes
" " Blanks for Clerk
" " " Frobate Judge
" " adv. Annnal Exhibit
' Infirmary "
" " Blank for C lerk (cost Bills)
" H adv. Forfeited List
" " " Times Holding Conrts
"CI To adv. Delinquent Liit
" Citizen. lst, iii, 23d and
K4ta volumes (4 years)
overcharge on Assessor
' Dee. SStli. lsGt. Sec'd rrment.
This item of assessors blanks is this
year reduced to $15 instead of $30, that
being a reduction from $90 and paper
found, which made about ?105, that still
being a reduction from former times.
The other items down to October 9th,
are nearly all sound. The two items of
650 for "100 bills for auditor," and
jcl-47.50 "for tas notice," have this year
costs $20 all told, being a slight saving
in the two items of $148.50 to the coun
ty. The item of $188.00 for procuring
few copies of a dirty Cleveland Extra
containing an illegible copy of the session
laws, lias been cut off altogether by the
Legislature, as a swindle too shameless
to be lpngcr tolerated. The annual ex
hibit and the delinquent and forfeited
land list, will this year be published for
what it is tcortli, instead of $194.50.
Thus we fear tha county will hardly
be able to get back that $S1 the County
Commissioners and our vigilant (.?) Pros
ecuting Attorney have so far been en
tirely unable to collect. The Union
would have done much of the county
printing for less than the foregoing
prices, except that as the County Com
missioners and the Prosecuting Attorney
had been unable to squeeze tho $S1 out
of the County Leech, the Auditor thought
was better to take printing than get
Thus it will be seen the county print
ing this year, instead of costing the
county $03.1.55 in the tax payers' hard
cash, will cost about $S0 in a bad debt.
Who can wonder, under such circum
stances, at the exceedingly bad temper of
the County Leech doubtless the result
Toolt Snips informs County LeecbJ
who informs the public generally, that
the night previous to election our
fellow-citizen Col. James, mad? a "se
eesh" speech, a statement which one
thousand of those citizens know from the
evidence of their senses, and which the
balance of them, including the said Snips
and Leech have no shadow of doubt is.a
This is the same firm of Snips & Leech
(wholesale and retail dealers iri slander
abolition gossip, &c, public square, Ur
bana, Ohio,) who informed the same
startled public on the morning of the
same election, by a forged hand-bill that
the same gentlemen was at the head of
decp conspiracy whose ramifications
estenJcJ to lo t0 secure the county
... , ., TT ., . ..
printing for the I) MON, the said printing
this year costing tho county about eighty
dollars in bad debts, and which Mr. Tal
bots successor not being obliged to take
that way, can get done for cash by the
Gas-works and Politics.
It seems that people who deal in gas
naturally take to small politics, by which
commonly understood being a candi
date for small offices and peddling false
hoods. The thing has been found so
attractive that a new establishment has
been projected in the lower part of tho
town, and what is a little curious is, that
both are managed by Snips. The lower
ono has many advantages in Its favor.
has a moveable gasometer, and is
worked by a new process from native
do;? oil. , i
That Doq Again. Fople had quite
lost sight of tho fat, jhort-winded dog.
It was lately seen coming from " the
ccurt Hcmse with a very small bone in
i(g month Jt fc d d d ,ooLjn
, - . . ;,.
pu j.nicuuiy aiift uuiiry, buai vuc vi iw
old feeders cast it a bone, . The animal
seemed both frrcedy and glad, but the
bone was both small and dry, and the
poof ifmin.-il will still have S lank etotb
Vaw AjmuRon & Co' Aximal gftcw-. This
World-renowrned tnenagefle, which has been
favorbly known Upon both sides of the At
lantic for nearly half a century, and which i
to exhibit tn this place on Saturday next, is
an exhibition of real merit and should recieve
a liberal degree of encouragement from the
public. It is not only the only genuine me
nagerie in the country, but it is much the
largest and most expensive show of any kind
in the United States, " As a museum of N
tur.il History it presents peculiar attractions
to the young, who will be instructed, as well
as delighted by a view of the strange beaU
and birds which Mr. Van Ambm-frh has
brought together In bis mammoth Collection
Wherever it has been the papers speak of it
as more than fulfilling the anticipations creat
ed by the annonnceraents of its agents. The
public entrie of the establishment on Satur
day morning will be a spectacle of great
The DraEt is Ohio. At the date of Sep
temoer jam tne numoer suoject to uralt was
19,427. Between that date and the Erst day
of October, about 8,000 of this number vol
unteered into the three j-ears' service, thus
leaving about twelve thousand (12000) to be
drafted. Of the 83 counties, about onc-!onrth
of them escaped draft entirely. In the re-
malnder the work of drafting commenced, and
was cheerfully acquiesced in until completed.
Of the number thus dt.ifted, more than one-
half, either in person or by substitute, have
since volunteered in the three years' service,
and the good work still Continues. So that
it is now thought that We shall have but
three or four regiments of the whole seTenty
four thousand demanded of us, to organize
into nine months regiments.
Atlantic & Great "Western R. R. We
understand that the Atlantic & Great West
era Road was opened yesterday, to Mead
ville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. The
additional section thus completed gives one
hundred miles west from the line of the Erie
Road at Little Talley. The next section to
be opened will carry the Road to Warren,
where it will connect with the Cleveland &
Mahoning line into the city of Cleveland.
This done, the Erie Road will have the bene
fit not only of the local traffic through North
ern Ohio and North-western Pennsylvania,
but of a new and important through route to
Cleveland. JV. Y. Irilnmt.
Gas-works and Politics. Married:
O.v the 23d inst, at the Hamilton House, by
Rev. John C. Bonham Mr. John Law and Miss
Margarett Tngli, both of Meehanicsburg.
The attention of the music-loving public is
invited to Messrs. Brainard & Co's advertisement.
WAGES PAID $100.
To sell goods for the Adams Stmno Machetc Cox.
PAirr. We will give a commission on all goods sold
onr Agents, or pay wages at from $40 to $100 par
month, and pay all necessary expenses. Our machine
perfect In its mechanism. A child can Irani to op
erate it by half an boar's instruction ! It is equal to
any Family Sewing Machine in use, and we have re
duced the price to Fifteen Dollars.
Each machine is warranted for three year.
Address C. RVOGLES,
OctlO-ly General Agent, Detroit, Mich.
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GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION
Colossal Golden Chariot
Van Ambnrh A Co. take fcoth
pricio and pleaaar in calling
ho attention of a discrimin
ating public to tbo fact that
they (with a determination to
cast aside every opposition of
whatsoever kind or nature,)
have expended on this stal
lishmentthe enormous sum of
to make it surpass anything
tho world errr before nava
seen. It now rises pre-roin-'
ent over every competitor.
A II the advantages that wealthy
tfilont and exprrifneo could
command, havo been broojrht
into requisition in startine
in. tv tnis gigantic enterprise. Re
eently, while Ir. Van Am-
burRii was in foreign conn
trie..", collecting Animals for
this Men.-Hrerie, reports of his
death wt-re circulated, but
VAN A3IBUSGH STILL LIVES
and will accompany th Me
nas;prip, and b(ar U viug testl
znouy that he i3or dead. Xhi
1 he only one In America, g
In an en i Ire newoudic, - !
With nrw Horses,
ft'ew rSilver-monnfrd ILirnca,'
INcw Cutot-tnl iWuMvn Ctaartot,
new .orovoiKly fnluted C.
JSew J-prIn W acom, and
Aew cvntr-pi t'nfi
any ordinary Cucul t
TIip nnpprilhMlp-t i?id mw
triiiTnpiiHntuccee which ca
a;t.'ni! d tliii timo honored
institution. vithmit preef
rent. Iht 5lrtaireri in thm
streets, about 10 A.ai., will Xom
m w .
I :. i 1 " moving" i-aaorama i t
g3tJjt in uriental Splendor, nearly
L r&ZlZ Z one mile in lenrth. t
V'iT FREE TO ALL.-
Th immene Pavilion will
nccotmnodu.ta many thons
and? j fo all who may doslrs
LIVING WILD AXIMALS
from erery clime ; also
Tho Great Van Amtmrgli
- - -s. '-
TL Oriiacl Lioa and Tijer Tamor!
w Lrmt, tilnrft Jtger epwet$ -Trgr.
A frunn Panther, three Bt"
gui Leoi-art.s pair Astatic Leopards .
Thtr following wax taken from Xy
iho living nnimals in New
Tork, Mirch lsfij, and may
A Cobrtct Li?T rr Axrjt.tis.
War F'ephfnt Tnn?il. Prfnrm
xns; Eitpk'int T'ifnto Sat, Tic
IMnmmak E.'"7&'T(ir, P nr 1 ' innt
and lAtmrtse, Aatic and African
S ut -AH'tricr Jp;. Af-i'M
Pantktrpottfd Tiger. Mcr It Titer
(L'n'y ont t' A"te ten) L.Hes3.
tk'et y.trtmz ft- l.oj(irh, iArrt
As. at canUAf-i a Lepa lis ecn
Le paid, tx months old, &t'jfl
Hyena, (only tne in Amtr:ca) iV.
A-neriean Ta-tkar and tu ua. Spvt
ted lly n.cft4 Lion,thrt y-crrs
cid. p r Vlfrna )anerw$ fr'rir-
ziy a. r$ a tir naj, rrat te q'-t. c - A t
Gr y Wo', ?b a (p-rs ntd to 1,'WiiiJ
Mr Ynn Awbigk lytk. t,f - 4
Lop-Et'tJ 1 '.' y Uo-itt (onjtf im
t America ) B'ark Lam t. At parr
She p. cr h'hn i amn. MeH Peru
vian Lotna. or Vicmnay American
Fatfnw l)'r. Afritnn JStStm, or
R"Jt'ulot thr e African Gaz'lleiy
omy onf e.rhih'ted in ArneH i
15 tyars.) putt of Ht hwks, or
A-attc Atrtps, Ptrrra. or Meri'
crnn Wild Hogy fsovtk Antrim
Avgott. Jnvtt Hare. Tiger Cat, or
0, dot. FisUer. or Water Cat, pair
lehfeum it.t, White Croiimd Hof
and Corn, pan A -it ZVw, Guinea
Piirivithjhtt.ttmbT, Ertg'tsh Jfar
lilark a?ui White hot tbas. tne fineit
Ciilertrott rf Krrji ever extibi-cd,
pnir of New HoUad Crovrn 'raney
S- ufk Ame- 'can Candor, tiu largest
Bird ihat fit) pair Wh'ts i wan,
African f'elienn, tkre Goulen Plteor
nts. th;c4 SJfff J kn ant jtnr
Bf-herrnan I braBant., patr Egii3n
Pheasants, Ckintst Fur lien, .voki4
Ameriran Powee. three Ap.misk
Aacirt, pnir Yamptcn l arrots.
hre Hotith Amiran parrnfs, pnir wT
Gretn'cnd Gov , pair vl J'oiwd A'XS'ifc
F:tW., pir White Comtnnf, KM
V-jty V rrut from Atst?alrn. Gf t
Q'ifert Parrnt from Atftrali", Kio
Liu'laird Corito, (rrfq J'urro:x,
f. 7 nt..-
keus, Vttls, Vi'ons and Carrter ?
liar, Iifrpry rcnrf'fOf olonley,
Ape Buovort. lcknetfKio"$, D gs,
Cats, $c , hru, ha itomausty to
gtther. A pvpi'-'f
The CK2AT VAIi AlaLTJEGH
Will enter the Dens of Trainea
Alo will be iiitrodnced the
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ilulc?, &c. iun'; xail ta sea
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The " Hamilton" hfs been thoroughly refitted
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JKN'T. I have Isnt and forgot to irhont, Ennletf'
j Architecture: 2 vol-.. b!r.e ihurocco back, contain
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porvuu hnvin- it wiii u'eiuie return it.
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