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JULIUS 0, CONVERSE, Editor."
Cff.iI.DM, OHIO, FRIDAY, JIXE 27. ISClT The Progress of Freedom. We have Already noticed tie passage of ibe Confiscation Bill by the House ol Jiepresentatives. It will, we '.V,ink, pass) the Senate, and, meeting the Wroval of the PresideM.become a law. The House lias also "passed au Emancipation Bill.- . i , -,, .... . ., Uben both of these bills bave become laws, we may liole dectued progress in tbe ri jlit direction. The UuUhIo Aspresr says : '0ing to a characteristic muddle in our rnlographio dispatchos on Thursday morning, ma wore not advisod of tlm luce that on Wednesday the nu0 of Roprnsnnlatiros passed Mr Porter's substitute for tho Eman cipation Rill rejected two or throo woiks ago. I he intnrm.itwn roncnuu us yoatur tlav In our eastern exchanges, it will be romnmhernd that on tho pas aajo of tho conflncatinn bill tome limn ago. an emancipation act, reported cotilointty with it from committee, applying to tho slaves of the same classes or robels property had been taken bv tho former ' ' ' i r . , . ,, . measoret, was .Wealed in ho l!n9e S,,b; Toted against Hie Kmanoipalion bill, moved recnosidorntion of tho vnto upon it. Tho motion sueoeodod, and Mr. Porter offered a auhatitute for tho original bill, slightly modi fled in terms hut not materially changed in effect. This is the bill that ha9'nnw pas.od the Mouse, by a vote of 8'2 tn f4. Tho change in sentiment which tho recotiiidnratinu and adoption of a rejected moasuru Intlieatot it vorv tigtiiflcnnt, Rrwpeoling tho vole upon the passage of tho r.mano, potion 11,11, Iho Washington cor. respondent of Iho New York Tribune says Tnore wore sovoral R.ipublieati absentees, but wo believe overy Knptibltciri present who voted for a reconsidorntinn, w:h tho ex cWption of Mr. I Mann of Massachusetts, aupported tho suhstittiln, to ititroiliico which tho reconsideration was had. A largo num. lior of Democrats and Cnnsorvutivo Slavery men wero not in their seals. Messrs. D.v hum, Divon, Orangnr, II.trrl.nn, llnrion. Kollngg of Illinois, and ihn Rhnda Islmul inomher voted No. Mr, Fisher of lMowaru. . . i ii i t.. Ytiii, hut sotrM nl ilil not vnto in nil. Tho v rittitviiiiT mnldiitv hv - wliicli tlm Lilt vtr.a. ptMiMt aivi's crftunft for hoo that - it will I'd through tbe Sonata, (July otto (light omuin! ment was madu.' " Uut by far the most important . cheering nclioo of this Congress is passage of the hill forever prohibiting Slavery in all the Territories of the United (Slates now existing, or which may here after be ' acquired. The President Las tignod the bill, and it is DOW a law. is at follows ! "To tha end that FVoodnm may bo and re main forever tlio fundamental law of tho land in all places whatsoever, to fur as lies within the pownr or depends upon the fiction of the Government of tho United (States to make ii so, therefore, "Jfe tl miici'd, ij'e , That from and after' tho passagn of this net THKRB SHALL tU5 NRtTMF.ll SI.AVKItY NOR lNYOt.UN''J'ARY RKItVI TUDU IM ANY OF TUB TKllRITORIBH OH TUB UNITED (STATES now existing, or which may at limn hereafter bo formed or acqnii od by United States, otherwiso than in punish mont nf criinut whereof tho puny ahull nave ooen uwj oonvtcteu. This is progress marked aod glorious. Ohio's Sick and Wounded in Washington. i ing:ton. i i ve mago the loiiowtn? extract from lefler from Mr,' Riddle to the Leader, in re gard lo the aiuk and wounded Ohio sol dieig taken to Washington afler the lat tte of Fort Republic : Among them all not a groan, or sigh, quiver; not a fail won i nolo regtut thomselves not a couipluint, w'uli thoir uvea origin, biiu cueotiui, animal Happy, laees. lint, tho poor, dear boys, they want to go home. All glad to "sen n kind stud friendly fueo, und to bu reinninberod and uiiooui'Hgo.l, It would bo worth a life- xims ii our oolite aim li no Donrtud wouion ol Cleveland could bo hero to numo utid earn for those bruvo boyt. We shall got a foil liat of nil these by nn I wo expect the balance in to night or to-morrow, Our folks Woreostor, Hutchins. K.lgor ton, UUko, &o. hiiro spiuir good part the day in souing and eating tor tho uublo yon tig uioo. Our Ouio people, Rnprotontutives and citiz ins, bavo already formed an ussnuiution to e iru for our Ohio sol. lion, and wo have ulready found about It),) of our sick in hospitals. Lot our pooplo feel perfectly easy about all Ohio toldiun who gut to this uily. Mr. Stevens is horn, full nf aotivity and zuul tor our tick and wounded. I write you bnoauso I luppoynd our folks would ho ns likely to in.itiiiu of yuii uhoui their friendt lis nf anybody, and will write you again when I luarn any thing of intercut lu communicate Xgr-Col. Doubk'day, of tho i Ohio Cavnlry, has resigned, and returned Cleveland. There is said lo be great di HbtUfaction in the Regiment, owpjj to act I hut il is under the rule of Kansas officers, who are determined that nn lau rels shall be won except by themselves. This is tho cause of Col.' Doubleday'a Eight Newspapers in the 19th District. In the lDth Congi'essienal li .ii c: ol Ohio, coin posed of tho Counties el Geauga, Ash tabula, Portage, Trumbull and Mulwiiiinj;, oigbl weekly uowspupora aro published, at follows : , Reportor, Connosut, Ashtabula Co. ; Telegraph, Ashtabula Co. Kiiotio.il, Jflfurson, Ashtabula Co. ; Doiuocrat, Chaiduo, Onauga Co. Chroniclo. Warren, Trumbull (!n, ( Regisler. Youogainwii, Mahoning Co. ; Moral. I, C iofield, M iboniiiji t'.i ; Domuorat, Ravenna, PortugH tjj, Oregon Election. Oregon Election. SAN FRANCISCO, June 9. Steamers brn? news from Oregon' the C.b. The State election took place on the 21. Rat two tickets were run, namely : fusion of Douglas Democracy and Republicans, called Union Ticket, and BreckenriJge Ticket called the regular Democrat. Tbe entire Union Ticket was elected by near 3,000 majority, making tha relative vote about two to one for Uoioo. C; Oibbt, Governor elect, it Dauglat Democrat, who emigrated to Or egon from Central New York. John Mo Bride, M-tmber of Congress elect, it Uepubacan, and formerly of Missouri, Oregon Election. SAN FRANCISCO, June 9. Order From the Governor. COLUMBUS, O., June 24. , Recruiting cMcors nru informed thai, by an order from tho Secretary of War, a pre mium of two dollars will bo paid, lot encn accepted rocruit lfO llint one month's tiav w be xlranCM I ft end) r.'CMin hit company It mustered into service. It in viit il''L'rZ;! ,',, cntire benefit ol ihn lrmium. It it hnood that this liberality on iho purl of thn ;;;r''u''' '"' recruit,.,,; j nil,n cn ih attention of nil Invnl men In the- impnrtnnoo of rendering nil nldin their power towards filling ,p thu five regi- mont, II0W ruiflin. olli"n mnM mnl,tiv to tlio -tit c ML of the President I DAVID TOD, Governor. Communication from the Governor. EXECUTIVE OFFICE COLUMBUS, O., EXECUTIVE OFFICE COLUMBUS, O., June 18, 1862. whniii1'8"'. "."",;' , ;,., ,' I H""'""'8 ' I i s. v. , . . i i tin, aovern uouotlrs and I I, am now to In- ; I u,1(),tt ,',. j,,,, , ; i To thf Loyal Pi rn itf Ohio I A prompt oii'l giillt reiponsn hns lio,n made to the call for tlirco oxintlis' inen. Orcr 2 000 liavo gtnio to tlio nold, ami an other regimen will sonn ho r.-inly, l.-aving an ninplu lotco of ubuut 'J.UUU Iu. Muio gmird only. lint I nin.l ndvl.o voit that n.'llhor of tho ! fi.n roBiinonlS aotliori,. d In ho raised' tor i . B , . ... ...n I only nec.-ssury to tifsure ou that our (i.iv ertimunt stands in lui'licdialo need of tins force. Aronso, then, fellow eili'ns I and tints enable Ohio tn maintain her proud posi'iou in tho good woik ol crushing out Iho oiiholv 1 rebellion. DAVID TOD, Governor. To Volunteers. COLUMBUS, June 13. To the Press of Clt vtluud .' : ; , I All volunteers absent from their reN merit, anil now lit lor duly, will rcp.nl themselves lo me hy lellt r, giving llieir Dosl ollice addiess, itompany una regt-, ........ ......in ,1 ... .... I t... I .. a ... In... lull , lurniiliei ..,.. of tt atiepurtnli,.,, to their reoiniu.HH. ln.vidi.l anil wounded ollieers, who nro ablu lo travel, will report lo the com. ! UiaudilliZ tillieer at Camp Chase, where, ibey will remain until able lo proceed to .!,,.;, .....imeul. or are olhei wiae (lis noted a ' ' The press of Iho State will confer a eat favor upon our gallant soldiers, and 'ul.n un.in tlm xervici bv oivin.r Ihis "I J e, ct lew prurntuent insertions DAVID TOD, Governor. Attention, Members 41st Ohio Volunteers. teers. It it A'l members of Iho 41tt Ohio Voluntoert whoao numot appear in thu list published below, and any othort who may bo absent from duty, oilher with or without leavu, will report to mo at the Weddcll House In Cleveland. nn the forenoon of Nat urdny, June il4 b, IStlJ. between Iho hours of nine anil twelve, und recoive transpnrla lion In their regiment, in pursuance to Ouu- oral Orders No. til. War Department, here- wild poblislied. Any failing lo comply with tho nhovo will snljeet the, , Helves to a trial by Court Martial, and bu liablo to receive Ihe extreme penalty lor ileserliou. By oommand of GEN. W. B. HAZEN, CHAS D. GAYLORD, Aid de Camp. Cleveland, June 23d, 1862. IMPORTANT ARMY ORDER. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 61. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON, June 7, 1862. a or do of to the The great nuinlior ol olfieera abtont from thoir regiment without sulliuiont oauio It a serious uvil which calls tor .immediate cor. reutiou, By paragraph 177. General Regu lation!, tlio power .of eon, mamling tdllcutt . L . j. - :.. .:...!. .1 ... .., .uiit leave, ui ui.ne.u:u i. ...ii.tei ,,i ( lrme of peace." Iniimoof war. leaves of abseueo will only bo granted by Iho Sucre: tary ot War. except when tho cortillcino of: modiual tdlionr thall show, beynnd doubt, o change of location "is necessary to siivo lito, or in event purinanent disability " I (Paragraph mo. liutiornl Uegnlalinos.) In sueli ease, tho Gommatioer ot at, Army, a v I 3 H eee'ling twenty davs. At tho 'Xj.iiuti.iii of that lioio, if iho ellieer bo not able to travel, ho must utakn upplioatltm lo the Adjutant I 1 1 , ti : v I iilenr. n, ll.at.-u.f miiu n.-iitit lint nv. (Jonoii.l ot tho Army tor an exionsion, no eooipaiiieti by tho uertiticutu of n modiual i lllcr of the Army, ip tho usual form, and lh.it ho is not ublo lo travel. Il it bo not practicahlo lo proeuio stieh a ceriilicale, in eoiisrqni.iii.'o of lli"i.i being no Army Phys ician in iho plaeo where tho ellieer resides. Iho oeriilii'iito of a citlron physician, alt. ttod by a oivil magistral.), may be siihstruioit Ail ollieers of tho Regulars or Volunteers, exuept thus. i on parole, now absent Irom doty with louvo, will bo unnsidureil "absent without leave." (paragraph 131 General ..eguouion-., . Mess iney a,o to, .... a n.'ir iiostH wiiliin nfloen .liiva fi-noi th .into . f tho order, or are authoru id by ei .le.s froin ili A.li.iini.t (Jnrl in t... .ih.eni whieh ordore wilt iu all eases ho based on a eertirl-j cato us abovo described, and must bo ex to thu Paymaster before payment is ina.le ilium. All invalid and wounded (ifTicerB who aro llli I u lo travel, ulthoiigli tlui'n- .liMib.lily limy not have been removed (paragraph 1ST. General Rngulatinns.) will repair, without delay those from tho Bo.t lo Annapolis, tn report to tho General Comma, dins the Camp of lostroelioii ; llioso from Ihe West 10 report lo tho e, nn., landing iillieer ol Camp Chase, Ohio, At these points they will re main until able to proceed to thoir regi ments, or uuiil un examining hoard iin.y dnciiln iidveritely on thoir abiliiy to return to duly within a roasouul.lu tioii. und orders may bo giveu by thu Piesideut lur their diBehaigo. X-V Their ExcoUeneiel tlm (iovnronra of Status lire requentod to iiinko kuowu this oi. lor, and to u.ioirih.ito lo iit ex"uinioo nt may bo in their power. Mumming and It i eruittog ollieert are drei'.,.id lu do the tamo Ettru copies of iho order will bo fuioi.bud 1 1 it. i it for distiihution. l'.nl.iro to comply wilh tho abovo regula lions will be reported lo tho Aljutuiil Uiiii .in,! hv I ) .tn itii.tn t 1 I ' i.ii in . ,1,1 .ti unit by R"gniintul l'.iiuiiinl"is Byvnder of III.. .Secretary of War. WASHINGTON, June 7, 1862. L. THOMAS, Adjutant-General. Omeial : E. D. TOWNSEND, Asst. Adj. General. In" I Wo glvu uuly the names of those volun teers absent from duty, who bulorg to Com panies B and ( : Company B L. Putchin, Jr., David O. ?.ur.l;",V l'l,i"iI' U'uu' h n n r. i orrin C, Waters, A. Company G Burtnn Armstrong. Win. II. Henderson, Auulphus llullowuy, Andrew Siiles. Uortnn Siiiitb, Homy Warmer, Murii mer Wutch, I), w. Young, Josupb Dinet, Thomus Powort, John Price, Cbus. Harper. a a Notice to PAnoi.F.n Union Prisoners. Paroled Union pritonors from Ohio are re quested to report lo me by loiter their pott ollice aililrost. It it not oecotisry (bat they report ia tiorsen. . , . . Ihe Pi'ost of the Slate will confer a great lavnr upon tnp iranaot soiuiors im h...n isulforod so much, hv eivir.L' this il. ov Btvir.ff lint a fow : DAVID TOD, Governor. WAR NEWS. i ', l in looowing i n p " "X"' .- Mi..i June I9.-The n.iht Coiioaioga renei naileries iiimi ni.ut ,, . .rv. has tnmlara nt an cn.oiKemeiii at me rouei .or,......- tin,,, below hi. ( hnrle.. . ... . . ... k - - ft'.-- ZfJi'havi.irol-V.r"!! irit'fnnVZ'. CI. Kiwh. whhih Uli haiw a wk- ago to open nlnmitllUVMMin wlin 1,",lra, 1 ur.m nr.MV. I. Mil ri nuiva nil otialruc'iona irom vy line river, auanu til iliit atrenm. The ein .oat Mound CitT. Capt. Kelly rom miMi'ling. nUi.a, k mill' and a hill in advanc.i. In n I . 1 1 1 1 il the riwr. nrnr St. Ch,rle. tw'o rmi .siiIimI liatlerica ouene.1 on h..r. Hr decks were iiiHiiii.ltntely denied for anion, and ns b.hhi a. rnnire r the worka could be obtuiuc-d lier gmia DIUM.P.i f.rA. . Cninain Kelly rinnnli'd Tol Fitrh to land hi furi-e nlHint a mite bi'low the fort, whtrh win atip. rl, Cut. V'ltfh ffiiincd iln- p-nr of min i n.i-iti ui At iln iniirturr re a p'nngin dint from Hie eie-.. MoumVcV,';-. ,"' Vm. iwi tiiroiiiili the eie.im iirnin. gttamnttillOl on h.l f ni.li! til lllft lit) r il. fillil niW ti'linihc vflwl wtih sfv;nping vopur, scaMing nufi'ly rviTV nini) nn littnrd ''wi n 'y-tliror o'limrs and cruw, out of ovar 7i. ('n. iipM uninjured. Tiim-i)n wliiifli nnnel wm hnrriltln Mnny nf llic urrw, trmiiiA (nun iiijurioi, juinpfJ over- liitfinl n'1,1 wi.r flrowni'U Ti,e Inn. from the Cnncatnsn. which were; eonnns up at the tt.ne In anppori ll.e woiine i ,,y, w. if m.iii ,o .li.iir relief but the r.-ll li'.'d on tl..- in H,h water with grape and e-ir.laor " "" ' m'"i"""i 0 ai' leniniing In r.ennn. W'v,r f .h.-p,.,!,!,,,, of nlTair. a. the riv.r. CI I'ltc'i drew in his ra-'iuii'tit and im.liellur want. e-irrving tho fort by alarm nt the point of the hnvonct. Tlm r. h.ul works conjistnl of to batteries. The hover one ninniniiu! ix fl'-hl pieces, unci the np'.er one three he-ivy unla' guns manned hy 4',0 in tsj.i ..it'll, muter l.i.iiiiidiiu : vet. t 17, K. N . Ah eit "On rclu Is said to have escaped, ovor !.V ri'ii.med killr-.l and wunnded. Tinny rebels were tnken, among ihem Col Try, vlio was wounded in the ahoulder, mid hmtiihi '.ere on ihe Cones, oira, ('apt Ke"v wn. s.verely BcaldoJ about the faco ami 1. inula, on' wilt recover. Secini'l iniuier Il. arit. 3d master Kin7ie,4,h inap-er Seville, iniis'er. mala II. II. Ilrownn, paM,,a-tiTU,iiH..r'ii..' engineer John Cox, as- i c,i(jiUL.r J iMuuice and tlolliiigswortli, kioe.i. Pilot Charles Young severely scnlduJ, reported ,i'r .,. and earponler Mnnning wore sluhi y sended. tJri' ' lV.?m ?. LTi. ,"or' " " i; l-Yeli reports lew men wounded and none killed. I bit lor the unl'ortnnaio accident nf ihe M ". ". lllH,rtl t'1 w,,rk, would 1"1V0 1,ien liii rriiHi ii in, ..( it ip imi imit piiir.. I hn Mound Cltv uiin eaaily be repaired. The s fli.-cr has aeiit to Co i,r;,,;l fl is ntli. i.r haa arm lo Cuirn lor anotlier crew. UC'CII IIIU cie. tha cliannel atiova .luninhoatd and a gunbon'. btilitivmi lu be the Alnnypole. arrived with l..ptehe. containing the par. MEMPHIS, June 20. . i u"s "'7 , "" i "VB i'etlernl regtmenls and a battery PnriO I ".tins, unci parts of four Conled a I erata laimetitH and a buttery.. The. but tie hiklcd l.ll day, wilh a heavy loss I both Kldes.. 1 , j , lately, and the l'ederal columns must either cutlibiuu or fall back across the Po hibiiod ' lomao. ; - lt).niia tiuiumy, aiokcu mauuargo ; tbo Latfory it says groal gaps woro visible Tlio Mobile Nows.of tho ltitb, tuji nolliiog nf tho eapturo of Foil Morgan, lie mention of an ntuick boing uiitde, ij.nno naval ar raOgoinents in progress at New Orleans are considered as aiming at that point. Advices frttm Vickaburg to the 17th, by way nf Grenada, atato nn 'active demon strations wore ina'ilo by tho Federal fleet sinuo its rot'.remunt, (several of thu gun boats appealed on tho loth from bnlow. Report aays that 6.000 L'odurul troops with guuiioatt and tmnnpnils, leavo Baton Rotieu on Friday for Yicksburg. Cel. Hlack still retains enmmand in tho eiry. Ho has issued an orior requiring tho ' Hoard ot Alderman, Msyor, Kecorner. aod ' nil other eiiy otlieials to take tho oath witb- in tin ee days, and in default will be ro I gurded at syinpalbisurs, and will be arretted I und treated at Iruitnrt, Tho Yicksburg Whig of the 17th anyt Wo hour that Get,, l.uvell and stnlY, and family, havn moved thoir houdriuartnra Meridian, lie hopes bo will not find it nuo essary tn visit iho city toon again. Tho Federal advanced division arrived their old position Sulurday evening. They fired bull a doiiou tholt at the lower battery Sunday. All quint yoslotduy. Fort Moniiok, Juno 23. A. slearaer from City Point arrived lasl niht. liichmoud papers of Saturday oonlnin In ie f aceounta from Charleston of a bloody . . , .. . , . . The Charleston Mereurv feared llic but- , , . , . rellt,wt!1 ,he d,, and J' expressed apprehensions for (he safety the cttv lu consequence of Ihe great ex hiiusiion of Ihe Southern troops und loss of many olhcers. (.ens. h'vnns and Pemberton had com plimeuted Ihe Itbel troops for tliuir bravery in Ntundinir up under Ihe heavy lire of shells and sliol from our gttuboMs and batteries The light took plane four miles from Charleston, and from thu loue of an vdi- lorial in Ihe Mercury I tdiould think the rebels had been cut olf from retreat from J.mies Island by our gunboats. It Ibis h,,ullj i,f B0 Charleston musl soon fall. T Uj,.1Inonj l,i!ipll,ch lhrtt ..... can no longer be denied that Generul Jar.kson lias been lieavtlv re lulorcetl Mkmi'ius, .lime 21. The Grenarla Ap peal of the lUJi, contains the following dispaloh : MuNTuoMKitv, June 17. Gen. Heaure gard mid Ht.ill are on llieii way to Rich. ....,. ..e-iienr ir.um large purtion the army of the Mtssissiprii will soon fol- low their General. A surhVienl force will I ir . i . .. ... i he lefl with the Invincible liragg to check nny step Inwards (he interior by tho van dais under llalleck. Tho Charleston Mercury of the 17ih, says that the Confederate loss at Keces siiinville yesterday, was 40 killed and 1(h) wounded. We buried on ihe Gold 14 J Federals and look 40 prisoners. Speuiul despatches lo the Augusta pers CharlksT'IN, June 1G. A severe batde took place this morning on James' Island, lour miles from the city. Five regiments .of lVderala wilh artillery, attacked . ... battery al tseceasionville. Col. Lamar connnanded toe Confeder ates, and with a few hundred troops puhed the enemy three limes wilh great slaughter. The enemy fought bravely but were defeated. Our violory is com plete. The enemy' loss ia supposed bo abont four hundred, including thirty prisoners, Our loss ia estimated at filly lo one hundred. Col. Lamar wounded.. Cap's. Reed, King, and Lieut. Edwards wero killed. ! The attack will soon be renewed. Confederates are much exhausted by previous shelling of lbs enemy day night for a week. New Yoiik,. June 84 Tha Charleston Mercury of the 17th, tayt in relation lo battle nt tlio pruviout day I Ths Federals made three charges thu bayonet on tho Confederate battery -I . .. ... . , . .tor eominenu ot uni. i.ainar, oasa wiinout: ,i i ,i . . , . . A. (Unking moromont on both lidos, ana tnai ' ? " "V,'. - . .. ,,.. ,i.,,,-nn(i thn ,1 , ; I 1 1 . : , i "no .or on, ,,mn on. . ..... -, fin tho Yankee linos. The Federals finding ' tlio hattory men unyielding, next tried "' ru.ior.ia . "l'"'"V"- . 1 ho robol lost it ttntod at forty killed and onn nnniiroii wounnen. Jh. r,be.. ... the, bnrlod ono hundred and forty Yaitkitea, an. I oaptur.-d ""! wounded, which the, (the robol.) estimate ' at tour hundred. 'iimn, iiu i uuvi.ib tur. Tho noonnnt is evidently one sided, and will unubtlosi prove lots lutal to nie on uur sido and more injurious to the robels than J hero Slali'd, r '"". . -r . n n .! I Nkw oBg. June 23. Uen. Iluller wt , renaded at the Hi. Charles Ihvel, Serenni (Jr,vins on the H'h int., and mtde a , - P - ol. in. response, in which be decUred that his feelings toward lite houih were! f, J,.til! t y and fraternal, but at the same j lne h- w . ra..leJ as a matter of duty in. x i .ihlv impre.ssod upon him, lo carry oui the l itvaul the UniioJ biaius under all eircumslMoees. The speech w is well received, A new daily piper has been startel at New Orleans, rallied by Itie yreul finan cier, Jacob Bitker, tiow tijlily three veers old. One Geo. Coppell, mihsnribino himself . '. r V . . . . ..I "Her .Majesty ictoria a Acting Uonaul, has preHtinied lo address (Jen. liu'ler a complaint nbout the oith required of a'iens, ati.l asking explanations ; where upon tlen. IJuller replied, ilia', no awwer would bu made to the nolo until Air Lop. pell should be recognized by bit OWO Gov eminent ns its areiil. All but eio-ht of the mortar fleet have gone up the river, and the rest will follow ns soon as lugs can be prooureu lo tow them. A Inrge Union meeting was behl at v... n,j ... ,i .,.,;.,,, ,.f .1,.. n.l. ,u" '" v......, . ...v insl. Able ail eloquent speeches were mHJe by Messrs. Madison liav, CliarleD 1 Lamont. and 1 . J. h.rhart. The rebel Gen. LovelTs army have V'tcu,ed CiDip Moore, and have gone lo Yleksburrr. NlW Yo- June 23 A New 0r,eBn8 .otter ol the 14 1) says that IDe steamer Missiaatppi arrived from liaton Rouge. All was quiet in Oen. William's camp. 1 lie story ol Col. Dudley and Ills nailery .... - . .-. . ... . havlttir been cut olf WtlM untrue. There I,,,.,, rBi..,i f.,rn - n n..., , , . ... s except a band of some two hundred guur illas captured between that city nud Clinton. A few days ago Get. Williams sent Col. McMillan-, of the 21st Indiana, with a guard to seise property: As they were on tho road they were fired upon be two guerillas, and Col. Milan was ahghlly wounded with buckshot. The guard tit ed upon tho rascals, killed one and cap tured the other. - - Gen. Williams wrote lo Gen. Butler for instructions a9 to the course to be pur sued toward guerillas. The General an swered ns follows : HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF, NEW ORLEANS, June 12. : to at Geucral : You nbk mo what shall be dune wilh guerillas. They should1 bo captured, tried at the drum head by mil itary commission, and shot, every man, their houses burnt, their properly de royed, and every means taken lo show them that ibey are enemies ol the human race not soldiers, hut murderers and land pintles. There it but one way in which you can err toward (hem, and that a by a want ol prompt severity. Ity or- MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER. R. R. DAVIS. of -thai on ol' ! it oi f pa. our re. to was The the and XkW Vokk, June 22. Sieamer Roan oke Irom New Q, leans l6lh, has arrived. Dr, Warren S.one has been roieased from Fort Jack 'on. Jaa, Robb has been np pointed Military Governor of New Or leant.' Two njjn wore to bo' nil n. for having forged tin order of Gen. Iluller and entering a house an I robbing it under false name, us U. fcy sol, iters. Geo. Jack son has been arrested on charge of being; concerned wtilt the burning of s vessel ai the lime of '.he arrival of Ihe 1'ederal Meet. Reli able In formal ior. states that Beau regard army was in a deplorable con dition. While at Coriutli the sick num bered :ii),UOl. Thu JJfewbern Progress reports that 1,1)00 rebel dragoons surrendered Ihem solves at Washington, N. C, also thai six N. C. Regiments di.sbanried al Richmond, Bnd are now snder guard, prtviuusly having hung their Urig. Gi.eral. Nkw Yoitli, Juno 'JU. The Tribune't nor reipoiidoocu, dated S'lmn I'nius, Juno 18. h, says; Al uoou to day inlulliguucu waseooi inuni.iale.l from iho front liial tho enemy. olI.IKiQ wus in lino before Honker's advanced position. At half past 4 o'clock, under Uookor'i orders, thu It! h Massauhuietis, wuut into the doop swampy wood, and other regiments look up lines of battle upon Ihe udgo of Iho limber, out of wbioh burst upon us unequal numbers and death at on the Hist of May. Tlio musketry fire wiiliin tbe Icily fastness was mini .harp and strong Uiaiiiball's li.niei y sent tpliorical oasu .hot ovor thu woiicl in tit tho rohol picket ground i - "" "" M'.. , ,(l ussist ,u, ,,,1,,,,1,-y .kinpinhort. Tint ar tillory firowas nut replied lo for a half hour, ! and then only trotn the fur right. It wut i Armisiead s Ii i i.i.ie that was in front of us lo day, In one spot six rebel dead lav to gether. Wo drovo their whole piekol line in half a mile. Three men of the 10. b were killed and eight wounded. Tito Timet ooriespondonco, dated C.tmn before Richmond, Wudues.iay, Juno 18th, . s iys; Another Hue day. Every day of sun shine advances iho lull of Richmond. Throe days ram might poaii.oiih it u, tentinlly, Tho roads uro becoming hard, Ihe iurlaou of iho earth in Iho liulds, except in low spots, it practicable for artillery. We had very brick p.cKoi niiiig i.i.t n'uht in trout nt a point half a mile north of Fair 0 ikt Station. Our side sustained no damage, This morning everything is quiet again. It it reported by da erters that heavy ro inforooiniMita havo boon tout from Richmond to the Shenandoah. Another correspond ent writing tamo date, savsi I am noiitivelv assured by pat Met who aro reliably informed, that iho life of the arcb-lrailor, Jeff Davit.it in extreme dangoj, iho rebels looking upon him with the uimott tutpieion. It it even avorrod that hu wat proven led by an armed loroe from escaping out of Richmond. Hu ia tho object tf general distrust. Handbills in overy variety aro displayed all over the city denouncing Jeff Davit aud applying him ridiculous and opprobrious epithets, Tho rebels declare it is ihe intention of Da vis to desert thorn. Numerous persons have been arretted and confined for rebelling agaiiitt tbu authorities ia Richmond. McCLELLAN'S HEADQUARTERS, June 22. uu, with nn -day has been remarkably quiet. Brisk tkirmi.luag all yeaierday and last night. Every thing indiuaied a eaneral eneairmeni at hand . 1 lie Itlll. Ill V Mil V. Hi. Mil In ..rim,. .nK.. nn ..... Li.... r ., r 1 " f '""-"--,- inn. iniiin, win vi-iii uiiinipuy niei muun remau. ( Ivichmoii'l papers eoniain a dispatch from Muiitjjotuery, Ala., .aying Beauregard aud siatf n-c. inim-ibte llrnci, "'.V i.;;..,. - iih ... ...ol. ..... I. ll I in.-1. v "Vm., . , rr .1 gUn,0t ,Jid n n.e could to drive oil the New;reb).g but did not succeed UQlil COtlbid-' had arrived on their way to R''"'"- .,. m, '.i, ,i ., , .ir.ini l.na been le,l. iu chock 'lia advance rives an ne Island on tha Drvioll, SunduTacknowlcdging a severe loss Prn Met w'ilhout ,y nmietlal change of dojiiiuii . f Mo(ill01i 2, Th( bo,t jMob on StlurdHy proceeded up James river lo reconnoitre, and ran hart aijroundon a shifting sand bar. which . . . ..J ,.n lian the rebels soon observing, toon auvaniae (,( by bringing a Duliery 01 neiu joulc j0 on t1B nouih b iak and ouonetl on hor kl. r:fled truDS with solid shot. The rablv iniuied. St. Ijiiuia June 21 O ,n Scnflold com mn(i,. i,u fodoral I'oreos of thu Missouri bus issued an order holding robels and rebel .v,p.l,is,r. responsible in their properly, and if nood bo in thoir persons, tor dam- Buet horonlto.' coinmittod by guoriiln or ma rauding parties in this Stale. Five thousand dollar, lor ovory aoldior or Union oi iznti I &.nt,lt -J.ti,i.rv KI..IK1, U...I I ... ..I wiyir'j i.f vjiiuv lur rsii, ooo minded, and tho valuo of nil properly d.,roved or s.olon by guerilla, will bo ataoasod and onlleoted Irom tho olass of per- ..nk .l.,..m m.inlini.Mil rit.iilina. in , tin .ininilv of the plaoo whom tho not is committed. r.. .1 ,..t.. ...I will l... ...M .A The turn thus oolleo od will ho paid to tho legal heirs of tlio soldier or eitij m killed, or ths person wounded, or to tho rightful owner of tho properly destroyed or stolon. This ii'dor is very atringont, and aband hot mnobioery hat been provided to carry into tpoedy effect. Foreign News. I Nkw Yoiik, Juno 24 Tho stoamthlp h'. ii.-, Irnm levoriienl iho llih and Uueoot- town the 1 i i h . arrived ll, it morning. The Groat Earn arrived the lllh, Tho Ij.'Iii.'oii 'J'iinn regards Iho defeat R inks as ooo of the moat important success ot nf tho Cnnlelriiiet,en account of llin les- nn it teacbee tho North .showing that efforts and sacrifices greater than any that gone belorn most be mado if even iSiulo is to ho won back tn tho Hopes nf an early solution, mutt bo dit pullud,and in Iho nieantimu inoruasing debts und mutual hatred tend to make a new union more and more impracticable. Tbe Daily ,Yr troett tho defeat Banks as quite unimpnrtnnt, and nnt in tho slightest degree calculated to disconcert Gen. MeClollan's plans. It was nothing more than more raid of the Confederates. The Morning osl denounces in the bitlerost terms (Jon. Hurler's proelaination rolativo to tho lu.lies of New Orleans, and thinkt ihn Government It hound to recall and coin t-inariial him, and sayt luoh an aol at Ihl. if not promptly disavowed would toon torn the scalo Ar.ally and decisively favor of the Conlmlorate on uie. "' Uampas. June 24 Tho Arabia from Liverpool the morning nf the 14th, and Q'loonstown the 15th, arrived bera thtt morning. In th i House of Oomrro it, In answor an inquiry from Mr Clay relatlvo lo the intorferenco of Unho I Siatds cruisers wilh British vussols, and particularly in rega'd to tho case of thu tt. am ir Circassian cap aired In neutral waters. Mr, ' Liyard said ho could not give an answer at present. The case of the Circassian boing under consideration in the Houso of Lords, Earl Carnavnn a.kod whether tho government hnd proies'.o I against Gen. Butler's proc lamation relative lo tho ludiut of Now Or leans. Earl Russelt laid the government believed tho proclamation was aulhnriiod, but the government bad nn inlnrmntion in regard to the action of the United Slntet govern mont in thu way of approval nr disapproval. For his own part, ho (Russell) hoped Iho United Stales government would, for take, refuso in sanction tn it and ditavow it Iu llin !I .use of Commons nn the )3ih Lord Pjlmuratnn said, iu answor to a ques (ion, that no onmmunioatinn had boon re ceived Irom iho 1 rench Government nn the subject for ifiodiation in America, and thu British Onvornmoot had no intention present lo elYtr mediation. Lord Palmers. Inn thought no man ooulil read General Bailer's prooli.natlo) without foolingt doepett indignation. (Cheera.) It wat proclamation in which ho did not toruplo attach Iho epilhot nf infamoui,. Tito Daily News argues against intnr forenco in Amorioi, and oontoods that En gland has good reasons for not wishing too carried uut Ihe iutorvontiou policy Napoleon. It is estimated that tho oolton throughout E i gland on Iho 1st of Juno was 4'jti.(00 bales, ngiinst l,ti 15,003 at (ho tamo date lust year. From General Fremont. Soldiers recently from Gen. Fremont say he will fortify Mount Jackson and en deavor lo hold the position. Although there is no doubt hut that Jackson has been largely reinforced, Fremont ia not thonuhl to be in danger. Ranks was Winchester and 8igel was moving from Strasburg towards Mount Jacktoo, at last aoonunt. The Hncst wheat fields in the world, ia said, are to be found in the Shenandoah Ynlley, extending from New (.'reek far away in the direction of Fredricksburg. aro not only heavy on the ground, but limitless in their extent, and are in forward stale which almost puts lo shame our equally fertile, but less climtte-favored regions. A fortnight from to day will the wheat crops 6f the Shonan)oah Valley .1 i . :r . ..f . i. . l t 1 - renuy ior l ie Mine o. u.e uuaU, uun....-r 1-1.... ,, jeivu i,l . Iltil I'linLil. 4 ma ii..u .. h'd i5"i. vi VVIH..U erala Jackson 10 secure, and if ha does i l: : i, m- u ,.ti .v..., p...,.., w., -.m oood lime vet It is said to be the intention of farmers to burn their wheat crops instesd of harvesting them, in case the Union forces shall retain possession of the Valley al that period. A portion of them have secreted sufficient o( the old stock to "feed their families over. and not or.e bushel is to be allowed lo fall into the hands the "accursed Yankees." Wheeling Intelligencer. Death of A. N. Gray. Another of the Gray family haa suddenly pasted away troin existence Admiral N. Gray, he olde.i brother ol ihe late J. W. Gray, died Aiiniirat w orty,, Saturday night. after a brief illness. On Kndny night he complained Ol a aunoen pain iu m. uue, and went Inline. In about twemy-lour hours was a corpse. Mr. Gray, a lew years show, ex.en.ively known aa die invenlor of a machine lur puiicmng noies iu rauroau iron, biiu uiu ... Du.ineas in this city and To ado in punch ing the rajfe for the made centering at puiots. 1 was this beatneie thai proeuied hirn the e'iyr( of ''Iron Gray." Mr. N. Gray, now al Colnmbua, is, we believe, the aurviviug brolber of the '.iinilj.-Cir. , Jire( A letlar lo tha Tribune says Oen. Blen ker bas been removed by Gen. Fieaaont for tnsolenca. flea. Carl Bnuni oas appointed to succoed bim. X3T Get. Ualleek hat occupied Uolly I o7:.,t, Mi.tiaaiDDi ' cr rlBS """" Tr 1 MISCELLANEOUS. I ( ; ; - ' ! of nf in to in at f a to tn of al it -They a - M of oil he was a letiaive iheae lot A. only oeen New and Useful )1 TJn.lernipneil siu'd ropectfullr call ,h. aue,iun ol , he public to his new and uful Appamtus for Unloading Day IIY HOUSE ronr.it. The Operator Inkes hoid ol the llead-pteee, I Bll, ,-orcM llM infers into tlia liny in a vertical direction, when by applying uower to tha riipe, attached, a large qunutny ol liny It eievaiea. - - . 8 "1 ocn mw uj " , -- , by vm Kllnil cord, which, by menus ol the small chuin seen in tho cut, U cwntieclod with When tne nay i raimu iu hid . ....... the catch, the laver Is disengaged, the lines take a verticil pnaition, niU the Hay suuea on. 'l'liis r'oi k is capable of l iiloR.ting oTou ef l!ay In from 3 lo 6 IIIIIIUII'S. i.ii Ity nn examination it will be soon Hint this Ferli has n nuiuber of advantages over any ether l'urk in U!-e. , ,. , , 1st. It ix LIGHTER than nny oilier fork In use; a. d.lt is stronger than any other l'oik in line; ad, it is morn eroi!y thrown in mid out of !, -7 - .... gear tlian any otner rorK in u', m.u.i."..! "',' ,,u"u "V. " V. ih. 1. will unlosd a I1U1 ol ,oy nuicker than any other l'erk now ,.. n. tr'rorks lor saie wnuiusaiu nnu i.tun . , M.aniifticiory. rriti GOOD AGENTS WANTED to sell Fork, or Kighta. All cuniniuuicatians should be directed lo i.. L). ST A N SK.I.I., Chnrilon, 'bio, CDOwG Agent for Geauga County. T.IKE YO'tlVU cn.RDosiiscs PA1XCMILLK 5- jas: BW "IBL? JL. hMtD.M and after Monday. Manh 17th.Uinge will leave Chnrdon nt T o'clock A.M., and Tainesvilie at 1 o'clock V. M .daiiy. E. O. GRANGER, Proprietor. Chirdcn, March tilst, lti. liliiyl IMPROVEMENT tSChcap Fruit Cans. TiMIE Sub$crih'rhSELUArQ I RUIT JL C.f.Yb' al $1,00 per Dozeu. j.r BRUCE. Chnrdon, June 27th, 1863. t.iOw8 Army Register of Ohio Volunteers, For Salt at I)r Nlchola' Drug Store Chnrdon, June 27th, 13fil. CiOtl rrantr.A Full Aasortment teeelvtd I ct tuitii t , nu tor fle at Dr. NwJio Drug Store. CSowtf Chnrdon, JuneSTth, 1B6J. LAND-WARRANTS for SALE, 'pilK Subscriber hat a number of Last' War I rants oo hand, of lf0 acres each, which will .ell tor Flr'TY CENT per ACHE. HeaUjuobiaint PansiBO. and. Land Warrants persona emitted, and makes no charge for Fsea whora Hie C'lnini it not allowed. LEWIS ELLIOTT. Hambden, Geiuga Co ,0. . 650 wt Taken u On the 0lh m$t., a HAY up : MARK, tviiBotiil to ter wilh on, and an iron pin through the poke under tho nc -k no nrtiticial marks. The owner t. ro-qu-sic l lo prove prouurty, pay rhareca. and take her away. R. B. WELTON. Chardon, June 27ih, 18C3- 650wl Millinery. r would say lo the public that X 1 .linve been retcivinii wo weeks nasi, a Vuriotv f'ashiuiiiible Uonneis, such Sine UTItA W. AnalitA, nn.VStTART.E Ch,nn rVtmniiu Sim,,,, White and Grey Neapolitan,- Black J" wi4t it. lit ,. i, Aiuta m. u.'ya lur ,u,.c. Children; also a ereat Vnriely of KlBltllN.S. PLUMES, FLOVVEKS and LACE tor Trim- niings, which 1 will aell for READY J'A Y, A XD A7 0 TR US A. A. BENTON. CliarJon, May 30th, lFG'J. Cl(w4 J. Sherman . 'Will krep constantly on hand GROCRRIES ofall kinds, Flour BTj JEJ ;n m rWI'lenae onl at llin Itrick Store on the cor. ner, nprwsileChnse'a Hotel. Cliurdon, August loili,!861. 6051 SURVEYOU'SNOnCE. Thoseliving ut a distance wishing surveying done by the county Surveyor, will have their calls punctually attended to, by address ing hint by letter, giving five days' notiee. Direol all letters to Hambden, Geauga Co., Q. S. EDSON, Co. Surveyor. S9Stf FARM for Salft-S h f irst Kale r'urin of lii) acres. well-iruroved ens : . ...n.l.-i.l.. .l i 1 1. .... ... : 1..I Kill 11 111 J UllUpiCII IV ,..11 I- J II" JJ HI IUt.llI. kJiltm Eurni ia miunied 24 miles from Chardon on Ravenna road, aud can be bought on long credit, with a small payment down. Apply lo GJiO. WORTHING TON, Cleveland, or lo Calvin Knowlfs, Chardon. ('harden, June I'iih. tlSlf $500 ; WANTKOTliestibeeriber wteliei to borrow $0O lor 1 or 2 yeara, at uer cent, interest, promptly paid -lor wluch will give good real ostute security. Addruu "I. H. J ," Chagrin Knits, O. Chagrin Falls, June 13ih. 18c3. 04tiw3 Slior Ill's Sal of ltcul Estiilc. Tn otiedienca lo tlio requirementa ofa vend. CMmm, j.,eil30 u Coulll jn , KlM, I hi ' ..i. - . ii ... ii ' llv . . .- X oruar ol nata wn.cn isaued Irnm tne eouri 1 iinin, wiiereiu ijenry v. uriuiey auo newiii Gndley are p'aiiitifTs, and Areiua Clnpp, Musaa Clapp and Simon SawyeJ, are ile'endants, and dated the 19th day ol June, A. D. IB6J. me directs I and delivered, I shall offer for aale public vendue, at the duoi ol the-Court House pilar dun in aaiu County , on Monday, the 21 it day of July 1862, between the houra nf 10 u'olook A. M. and 4 P. M., ol taid day, ihe billowing described Ileal e.inie, situate m tae lownsliip ol I nomp ; son. in ihe County of Geauga and State of Ohio, ! "e ,. P " . " ' V n'S boundcj us lullow to wii.t Jlertinnine al south line of aniJ Lot 13 chains and buX links weat of thea.Mith east corner ot aaid lot ; thence Hour, 3,i chains, 44 links ; thence aouth 8 degt., ?0 mitiulea, wtitl ',i ohapii, B6) links, to land formerly owned by Mark Barnes i thence south lo Ihe east line of aaid Barnes' (and 36cho'nt 94 links lo the south line of aaid Lot t thenoe .... .1... I ... i-l .n,.l.i m; k: link., in iIih nl.ra r !,.::. e0ntaiiiiiiii fifty acres of lnnd.be Use tamo more or ies. Said premise appraised at(tfi50) aix-hundred end liliy dollars. TERMS OK SALE Cafh hand. , EG. WUITE, Sheriff. bheritrs iJtnce, ueauga i Co., June 1(0, loT.j. 6(9 wS PROBATE NOTICE, TUB following aceounta have been filed in Trobeie Grace of Geauga County, Ohio, aellemepl, via: Guardian or John Tyler, ; Final Acp. Mellnrta Randnll, Execulortof Joseph D Gilford, Partial' Admiuiafr ol Sarah A. Time, - ' Charles C. Fainsf, Separate ? tial Aeconnls. Said accounts will stand for htaring la Probate Co.rt of aaid County, at the Trobeie fice in Chardon, on lue )9tbday of July. A. lti6i. M. C. CANFIELD, Chnrdon, June7U, Haa. fniHtt J4f- 640w3 1 A MMW MISCELLANEOUS. , ; I I s he he lur of as fori T. & ihe 10 lie ex. of oi i. Jr.; lo at in o' clock ,h. the and enat in the lor the Qtr D, ja tr. .1332 "IS HIMSELF A GAIN:' Once more behind the counter, fiirnile. To serve you out cheap good.-., khiiLipfvtr.; Y7'ARNF,n hn. iiift rctnrntd from Hie Lust- yy crn Citlrs w I.I, n l.nrprr and Cheaper pmck r NewO.io.la than v. as ever oir.'red loth pgnple f Chnrilon slnre the ilnvs of 6. Men wonu.n nixl ciinnron, irent ll.e land ol WMMrn women n.ni rninnun, .r.n nmmegsnnd lea, her puini fllwjg j,h nn.lt snd I, k,n . iti(i, tnthe Inrd lllller. all ..h tn mi, ., con!!lonierntrd mux, lo s '. p his e.llini? gneda to cheap, hy Inking tn.'tii li Ins l.nnrta. I he rnjrirt of Ainerlra soars alolt, nml . flappier herainc, acrenmsJs thai n.r Anu wti.t tli Mnli a Urg. uiuior in iter iiivu... I met (i ninn the other tlnV, When tnrmpg r. ur.d cerners "Ilnllo. my fri I," hiivs I' which way IK Snjsl.c, I in l.outiil In i winner . "What rnftsof gonda, Inim dr)' to day, Dan V Jr. 'a c llin' llissyslom is the IIKADY PAY," The eole keeps a yellin', A'cty) it before the pcojJc thai D. W, Jr. hns a l.srge fc carelully selectid Stock oi WSIW Dress Goof Consisting Ol Grny Trnvellng Goods, Moraan. h'laurt, fancy Pliiiilt, Chaltie Dflumn ej-c, IliiHiaiits and Ginghams, French Prinli Biuck and fancy Drcst iSilkt,' Summer Balmoral Skirts, Summer SItauls, 50 ds. vj Broclta $3,00 Trlmmlngt anil Buttons. Silk Tassels and llotd Notts. GINGHAMS from 10 cents up, CALICOES 6 to 12 J cis., Hoop Skirts from 2 ott a hoop, up, & bar rel hoops. BR OADCLO 77r.X:i.S; Cnssimorrs, Linen Goods, Coiiunn.h s und l.em onndes, and All Goods lor men and boys; Gcno ral Assortment of Q1TI? T.lrl TX' C Sldrllngs, lileaclied Si OIIVjIUI l. LfO,un,-ca fl, ec,8 ,,,,, TfATV f. CA P VN'''1"''. Hoya', babies', iJlJO (b WW 0(j.lll9ur women, cajia for Men, and Percussion Caps, and Hats to fit every pate, from 10 ceutt up; boots d shoes and pu'inf mraott. Louies' and IWist-cs' Gaiters & Shoes . from CO vents up, Lad's fa M s' Laee Bouts 75 Meat' Stogy fcboet .75 ' Mcnt' Boots 1 from 11 37J ' . Keep it before lite people that I). W. bat thu Largest Sleek of Groceries, Hardware, Puintt fur hooses, barns & faces, ever in town, and tho cheapest; Carbon Oil . 25 ds. a gal DeotVzd 35 . m Also Crudo Mecca 0 I for MacbitierT; A Boautiful Astortmont of Crockery, Glass Ware, BO hour end ,H Uau Cluckti ..if Mahonning Si Wheeling .Nails hy lb. or keg Cod-fish, White-fish, Trout, and IIERUINO BY THE, BOX. , Ivecp it before the people, that D W Jr., haa purchased the Exclualye Right ol Genaga Ceanty, tor ihe sale of iVheeltr'i Improvea Paltut Water Drawer, and shall keep a aupply of Double and biulo liuckeiaal Ina Store, lur aula ou the niosl tw sellable terms. ,1 Keep it before the people that I). W.t Jr.. PA YS CASH for tlfiAOC, BUTTER. H'OOL, Pelu Kip, Veal and Deacon Skin). Keep it before the people ttiiit IX tV., Jr, will not at vndtrtulJ by any livt man, uruman or child. 'Come on, my boya. lo Warners', go 'Tliia ta uo idle drenming; Why will lie sell so uiighiy lev. !'' 'The eagle keepe up screaming. And yelling on, at nphe soarsr- ,' -i .: Last nccenta that he made; "O lleav'ns! my friends, dont miss the doors-. Two north from the Blockade." Chardon, Alny 23J. 6ir.if Notice i. IS hereby givon, that Iho Commissioners . of Gouuga County will be in the Town ship of Burton, al a point where thu Cuya hoga Rivov crosses the road lending Irom Burton square to Purktnan village, oil Monday, tbe 30th dsy of Juno iust., lo re ceive proposals for the building of a bridga across said stream at tbat point. A I bo, at tho samo time and place, proposals will bo received for grading tbe toad aud building a bridge near iho above-named place. They will also be in said Township in tho afternoon of said day, at a point where a branch of the Cuyahoga Itivor crosses the oast and west road, about, ous aud one half miloa ost of Burton square, tn receive pru posuls for lee building of a bridge und abuts inenta for Ihe same, across su.ul stream. Tlioy will ba in the Township of Mew bury, on the read leading from Chnrdon lo Ravenna, Dour tha roeideneo of Uri C. Hick ox, on Wednesday, IbeSJd day of July in to receive proposuls tor tbe building of a bridge and abutments across a stream uuar the residence of said Uiokox. .t . They will bo in tho Township of Chardon, nt a point whero Big Creek crosses tha road lending from Bonjamln Rider's to tho ILinibdon vast and west coutor roud, on Thursday, tha id day of July next, to re coivo proposals lor the bo i Wing of a bridge and abuluteula across said stream at thus point. They will be lo the Township of Bain bridge, on Monday, tbe 7tb day of July next, at or rear tbe reskiente of John !C Smith, lo receive proposals for the build ing of a bridge and abutments acrofS a branch of tbe Chagrin River near said, Smith's. C. C. FIELD, Jludior. Juoo 6, 1862. Guardian Male of Real Estate. IN pursuance of an order duly taeued by the Probata Court of Geauga County, Ohio, May ie,h, ISAM shall offer for aale, on lb 2'4aa diij of July, A. D. 1803, at 10 o'clock A- M.,on the premise., the follew ing described real estate, to wit. The undivided third part ol the following premises aituate in the said Couuty of Geauga Slid in the township ef Chardon, known aa parte ol Lots No. 18 and 19. and bounded as followai On the north by land owned by Edgar Wtst; on tha eaal by ihe east line of aaid Lot No. iP;on the south by tha south line of aaid Trad Np. Il on h watt by ths old road leading Irons Chardon to Tainesvilie, con taining one-hundred acres of land. Terms of Salo One-filth of iheparehase men, ey, cash in hand, and the balance in lour equal annual paymenla with annual interest.' Deferred, payments to be aeoured according lo law. J NORMAN COLLINS, Guardian of Addbjon W Benton. Dated May 3d, ltieU, 4bw4 NOTICE The undersigned hat been apt poiuled and qualified at administratrix of the raitte ef Reuben Reed, deceased, late of lluni.burg, Geauga County, Ohio. . All persons interested will govern fpemaelvea acenrdingly. SARAH KK.ED. Huntsburg, June 13th, 1869. 689 lEbULATlR ... . .