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OOL.TJMMTJB. OHIO. t'lvni WORKING. APRIL 8, 1662. Don't Fail to Vote. f '; '....lift wlJt Deawcralee CUj and Yo.nablB ticket. Mnj eose.tlve RepublW oaoa IMW end fikewiae. , a Viojour Musoce wltn jour bllo to so ee lo idao"drilD into poUlleel retireeteat the laoeilea. end dlsuuloniete -be b.M khMd ea lour and faltb.'all, j the eeoeQiu'lu talngtof tbe presses 'ewful 2Wipowir late PP7. f 5fn'. n,t',0fr rfimi country. .:o ' " Don't Fail to Vote. The Municipal Election. L'i'iiwtlwrf rttj ed township offleera J " Jakes pUee to-orwr, Monday, April f. , Two tloketa ui before A people-r-tbe Democratic w ticket and tbeeoealled Union or Fusion w VcVat...Ersrvttoe Democrat tod evert lojal Jjaioa se, anlese ha li deplorably Ignorant or tt.::uHj.bllna. lll oUb Denworatio ticket 1 ov these. mtAt Btnor reasons: Damswratsa lokM P4 Kd M6'ih4 eotcnstent won, was arsi nominated, a JL wapod fall ticket wee nominated out ( eheer 1 P?wUo jo, Domeretio men. meeeuree and r"r J .Tfljt so-oailed Union puiy, m iuch, nakrt ilio dircot tb lhDmocr4oy on ilnglo Ti Wwtlottrf Fodona polloj. ' ft to. to V f sr t direct indei re conoerned, mere fo- Zi'uvu oppeditoB, trwpiog o d poliu. Hi 1. Thto etkjU!od' party iriwtlei to Iteelf "1ibibo o Uotoo, wbeo it most proaloeot Bd loHaesHU neo : either bate been, or ue k'ir.wed dUonionltM lo ftot the pert; u a ri whole U HtWly drifting upon the rock of die- 'm oloeii udrr too puouge or w letamg bcb la end out of Coogreo. wne bold tbet the Union s f i lredj t eo". e&d, end lht t le"t ' eleven tT vSwte CoaetUudooe ere Jote?er eblitmted. v, , Toe Deo0fiio prt; ie ihtonlj orgaoiKd :wboieo perry ie the lend.. Ite demoreliiulon tZi eed deiroadM ie oeoeirj prillminw; to kb ,detreatioo of the Union. ' Sj eoiuoioui of (bit Jiii tbe eaeetieeet the Union, North end SjQib, tbet forytere thj htre hd oneeoamoo . .tBdtieioa end breaking p of (he Deeiooratlo ' -,-orsieiit oo, lb order 10 remove the oolj ett .. reaipMteg4tneitbe'eaeeeee of their eontpireo) ! fur ih dl eioe or dueolatieaof tbe Union. S He vao votes tee Deaoaredo ticket rotte for tb OtfiM, end be b votee for tbe oppi.oi ' ' tlon tickrf. voree tg the Ution. - A Epnb. lieta or Fwlooict bo adberee elotely to bi prij kkit( 017 ell tJ be for lb Uoioo, boi bo b-dree " b' imi rntimen:e be il ewbirx tbat be U not tilj for t ie old Uo- I to ttmt for e ne oe, or eU. like Wiobuj. FauuP be tn ealy cei tbe old Uwi. iwi T tbe fJitiooUm of tbe o-oild Uoioo pvt k ewtawg bart of reiik Hsonin,Um. To .iJ5IlJI rioDifte kour tbii fn.l wtll, eno " whl! ibpt di act " mit bold 1 and t im,V-rw nel Dmoriwi arioetple, ibty Tt- inti in ui viJe eUikay aad iaebood of caTl tu. tot tad, fXmoeratie ticket Aofi-TJaion,' lot i7Z4&e'W fwiuii;Wt regno Jj.De la bne tT ' nd-crj, and b)e ocTaiuie Wtiy thanae) one elae- Stup thief i stop tbiet V' ; ai . " .1,; - T etrceeee ' the Fuion ticket, or aoj part of I', at the Capital 0r Ohio, aill be uomp . eted ever tbe Bute aad ooouUy e a Radio! o .AbolitM triomph . It UI tead to stretgthtt tie baade of, sad f lv luiatcc to socb men af TdiLUt: 3om(b. BraoauA and tbe whole Rd -teJ U the North, aad tS animate tht rebels nod dieoonrage1 the. Uoioo men of th v t.fM tbeee reasons and many others thai might . be 'gtveti, every' trbeDsmeorat and etery loyal V;, Caloa man,, who il at all eooccioal ol" the peril si le wbtoa disanienlete. North and Booth, have Involved th Uoloa and the eonnury will on to s'BiOrvow'. Vote the Democratic! cltv and townahlo v..t A C . j"-Ti Mood bd iTowa-of our brave eoldiert t k'iled aa4 wounded la waKli'og for the Union 'bulTathet lelt pifpry On' against the pared dal baud that, uader the deoeptira name f rrLfrr. n i. fi.H A.tnit it... tnA tTntnn" Ub; the0 false pritsnre thai the; can re-con a better: Me out or lit' ruins, uo Cot teaa- pairloides beat sokes from the dead on tuesr aaaer aeiue-aelde, and ,tne flying in our :'Jl"laMroas, aoepltala, esykg in bitter agony Vft hare toffdted Jo rain If too object; of the war is to be turned from Ms original avowed pur fott of saving tba Union nio one for the emeu elpatloa of negroes and the fortsation of a new "Duloa aad Qovemmcnt. Do noUmske ue here aftrw appear, Id tbe eee"of ourewjntrymen and ihl world.like the aeoeesloaists, revolution lata aod traitors to the Constitution end she Unloav" " , 1 r -i " U tba most devilish among the secession , ejrlriU In this world or any other bti wanted to tAfUviee "a plsa for defeating the object of the war, eompleUng the destruction of the Union .'..fefnd Ot yaia of .the country, ke could not have u bit upea a baiter expediem U effeot bis hellish purpose, than the aglutfon of tba emancipation 1 jdsstiow at tbls time In the Northern and In the hordes elavo Statee- . Who begun thai agitation and ar erjlJS Jt Jbrwardt ,Tha RepubUcaae and Fustouistu lei Congress and out of it. And v,! those wbebi their totes or influence encourage these agitators, are equally guilty with' them. oLTbM Detroit JTru Frees thinks tba time hat oosm wbea the Republican party mast cast of) Abolitlenisa wbso it most declare. for the Constitution or against it. Until it doss so, the 'Csiaocracjharca rlgbli to hold It reeponelble for all thai AboUifoa bu don to prodnoe r j bslflon. :", A political warfare against the rebels Is eo"Iobger necessary,' Is U simple nonsense waste of ink sad paper. The army fights tbem. political fight whioh remains for Ibe ', North hr aader this rery -issue Abolition or .6 Caiofltraaeon of loyalty, the Constitution or ' no CoLlinution. ' Tbls is, tba real fnue; and tbe Ires end oeiiest duty ot every oitisen ie to ." tear the mask of patriotism from the faces ol the eatremioto fod to tipoee them to Infamy a eeepiraiora with Drte and Floyd j as tbe nthore ol scheme' which, if eucceeefal, will M'irpet Uaevty iram ibis continent. Belmont County. Fg.w lo B.lasott My ie played oat 'm J)uurte there are ronltJ, and.are all ikiufi wtbr, U) tosar t'e eojeees" pf tbeli tviMbtp aad soawoipM Eet4,-morrowA" T'vm who tot witb tbe RyotltMis fast fall aVT 4eatifisf' that the oew 00 party.psrty rti fjrjmhor, and tbey eow'olly re'ura to $10!' a lliance la (be g:;oJ ojd Pemooratloj j :ti 1 'iu J ' T' 1 ki v n .'..--Jt 'wv KOI The Senate Agrees to pay a Reporter. Ihe eeiwlon, dulib rwi avoiaea to oii" wltb e Reporter, la t'der to eeve the 8uteor ddfTar, a, day- Vol panoue. eomioee 01 to. FuiloaUte. for that toMUoo, thereupon went homeeuppoelng .tha W party really even ratrtnohment! A aeHtlimui from Cincinnati pemmenoea re potting for en eveninf pper, la' tuo Senate. and, on Friday, one of.-ibe oenawre 110m ui lltan oouotT lutroduaed b Joint tesolutioq, to py blm fowr doiUr a day tor furniehinj the pro ceeding of thai body 10 eejd papery ena.iirauge ea It mey eeem, tbe reeomnoo wee laopmi It eoee to' the House of Representatives aov. and we prediot (hat it fill para there also; for miser? lores company," and that body nae another Cincinnati gentleman on ttehaodi, at four dollar a day, to report for tbe tame pa per! Tbe Rrportere for ell toe otber papera Isht with equal propriety ett tbe t,egieiaiure lo pay eaeb of (hem four deUtrt a day Tbli General Assembly started oat wun many aunranoee, that 11 wouiu mungur.vo wholraome retrenchment lo all tbe departments of the State government. Its aolion at the be ginning of the seeatoD was calculated to throw dust Into the ayes of tbe boneet, nnsutpecting people of tbe State. Borne really believed that tbe Fusionlet were honest In their professional But. they bave a realising tenre, nuw, of jibe manner In which they have beea humbugged. We believe that tbe Democratlo member will make a conrirfrnf rdrtnchmtnt record all through tbe setaion record thai tbe people will ap prove. :- " ; ' . The Conspiracy against the Democracy and the Union. DUunlauUt t!o not and o&nuot find a place lo the Democratlo party. They are repelled from it by a law aa irresistible and as constantly ope retire as thet of gravitation. Hence, (hey bave an inveterate hatred against Dsmoorats only equaled by the malice they bear toward tbe Union. Th 7 will coalesce with anyseotional put?, North or 8outh, by tbe using of which Ibey can hope to break down the old Democratic Organisation, and then break up tbe Union Trie Democratlo party must be first demoralised or broken up Au en mlr, opeu or secret, upuu the Democracy slwoja precedes en asanult upon the Constitution aud tbe Union. . . The dlioaiofiUui iu the South, embryo secoe- s:onlsts, tried this game, and are now reaping tbe bitter IruiU of tbeir partial soocret. The Republicans at tbe North, kany of them die unionists fa embryo,' followed tbe example of tbe Southern disuoiooUts, organised a secdooa) party, and co-operated w(:h tbe Southern fire eaters in sympathy and in mutual strenuous efforts, to divide aud demoralise the old Demo cratlc Union organil .Uou-' Not succeeding in this to their bearte1 con sent, the Northern Abolition disuoiooUts, whose ancient malloe against Democrats became the) stood firmly by tbe C institution end tbe Union, the war bad klnd'ed Into tenfold greater fury tha ever, devised tbe scheme of wsat tbey oeileff a "Union" party, but wblch they were aud are determined to nuke a real and effective d.toutoo psrty. They originated it for tbe sole aoi only purpose of dividing aud d'eorgaoisitig the Democratlo party. In order to eecompHtb toe division aod d rgoisuion of whst tbey t.rm tbe "old Uoioo." wbieh they allege Is for orer (tyee aod en never oe restored. Glorious Democratic Victory. Too Demoerary and Co?wtitutional Union men of Rhode hlaod, on tbe first of tbfs tnomb, re-ele0!d Gov. Braioirc and the other Demo cratlo State bffljere of tbat State, tbe Republi eatic not daiitg to present a ticket agaLet bear. Ia the Legislature just eleoled there is i Dtmoo ado majority of tbirtv-eiz . This will UHore toe eleetkta or a u mocraUo Ualted 8. a ee Senator in place of Mr. Simjons, whose term expiree wltb this Cougreas- Tbls Is in deed a gratifying result to all lojal Irleiids oi the Constitution and tbe Union. Col. Stanley Under Arrest. We understand that Col. Starlet, of the l8ihOhio regiment, now la Kentucky, has been put under arrtst, for allowing some of bis men to commit depredations upon tbe premises of a oltisen of that State. Tax Republicans In the United States Senate, the other day, all voted for the bill abolishing slavery in the Distriot of Columbia, and taxing the people to psy for tbe emancipated elavee and their eoloolaatioa In Liberia. These men belong to, and sre tbs representatives aod lead ere of tbe so-called Union or Fusion perty. If General TUqZixum were to fail in his mighty enterprise, we know not, says the Louis ville Journal, which would exult moat his Southern or his Northern enemies. . Tai Washington correspondent of a Clnoln oatl Republloan paper rajs that be knows that the war expenditures exceed tbe sum of three minions or dollars per day. If this Is so It only shows how corruptly and wasteful!? this saministraiton is oarrvins? 00 mis wsr. And (be fots appeal In thunder tones to tbe Ameri- can people to put down tbe osuses of this wsr. We of tbe North must put down abolitionism, and eeceasionism will eoon be subdued. If not. no want 01 money win eoon suDoue oe ail. Clucogo limes J . [Correspondence of the Chicago Times.] From Washington. WASHINGTON, March 31. Absurd Abolitionists and ranting Republicans take great pleasure in saying and re-saying ; oiavery ia tae eo 01 toe war 11 you would bave peace, yoa mnat &tt remove the cause." Uay alter Cay, LovtjjJ, ;ogaat Ashley, J a Han, Sumner. Trumbull, Wilkinson, and Drv Goods Cbandlsr proclaim the above premise aod conclusion. - - Bat slavery is wot the oause of the war. Al. low me an illustration : -Suppose that Lone jooo rr entworio soouio tags a long anti-gun and therewith ehoot and kill Deacon Bress. Long John might be arrested and brought be fore His Honor Bob Wilson, who" would undoubt edly find that Long John was the oause of the death of tbe decedent, Deaooo Brosa, and that the gun was the Instrument. ... 80, bcteafter. when the grand and imuartisl tribunal of History eball hold eolemj Inquest upon the death of good feeling and ooncoid among the Statee of tbe Amerloan Unloa, and investigate the cause of this war, it will find and pronounoe that slavery mes not tin eaase, but that it we it fastraavnt in the bauds of the oMitUnit$. end (Asl (Ay vers (As cause. ' Juatice would be cheated, sad tbe gallows robbed ol its reversionary rights, if the courts tbe country sbould condemn tbe lostramente with which mar der e are committed, aod acqoit tbe persons, who naefl them; but to do so would oe equally ae eqaitable ae It Ie to condemn slavery aod let tbe abolitlonista escape. Tbe former ie the instrument wielded by the latter fur 'be oeatructioo of our oountry. I o m .too 10 tbe bindo or tbe looeodlary Is the eaose of the oonfltsratiJD. but th meaue ul briugtug li ahou t oe. to ooudemo the maton.aod let tbe bou-e-buroer go free, would be last ae eeosi i ae it would oe to condemn slavery and exempt the abolitionists from crn- ore :.- ,:. : (- ,. - --.it H4 there sever beea e rampant abolitionist. (here new wouid ae beta s oUuot soes slonlct. "The la'.ter ie the logioai s q ence o tbe former, and both are ar ugouis.ie to th. exlfteuoe of ibe UlioO.." Bad Ltoeolo anc Seward never anuounerd that tbe governmen be 01 tne or the tbe '""J tit"? fteawa Datulate at ftatl UaI we 10 the Repablicer part ieer ladorsed tba lrre- prteaioie oounict ooo,rui, -- - Toombs would aeer bare attempted to demon strata tbe proposition, though the four men It ie time for aonservatfve men of all parties to begin to Impress upon tee minaa or me pw nu A..r.nt ldi as of the oause of the war. The actuated bv the oorest patriotism h eammon consent asreeu to loiboar dUousslng tbe oause of tba war until after the din of anas bad given w y to tbe bum of contented industry Had the opponents of demooraor also remained silent, it would hsve been well enough for all. But tbey bsve never oeased the endeavor to en fotce tbelr ideas upon the attention of tbe coun try, end to make tl appear that slavery wee the cause ot the wer. not ooiy iu pcupie uwi but the army itself, is flooded with their perni cious tesoblngs. Thousands of abolition and emancipation tracte are distributed dally among tbe soldiers of the Potomac, aod upon Sundays th Chanlalus manv of tbem deliver stump speeebes upon tbe cause 01 toe war i. , siave t. aa thev eavl. the eradication of tbe canoe, tha niffser. and hlnieraoifled : and all this ie simply a psn of S regularly ttrgaffiltid'eystem for poisuctag tbe pubue mina ana preparing 11 hi indorse a proclamation of uoivcroal smanolpa Hon. which the radicals are tryinf to persuade Abe Lincolu to make, aod whioh be msy-uo-der tbe pies of military necessitymake within tbe neat sixty days- Legislative Summary. SATURDAY, April 5, 1862. 8sput. Tbls body was in eommlttee of the Whole nearly tbe entire forenoon, nr. mtob- oook's bill for tbe appointment of elx pay agsnU for Ohio volunteers, at two dollars a day and expenses paid, wts pssseo. -A resjlutioo. relative to military taclloe, was Introduced, sod laid over under the rule. Tbe 8eoate then, at noon, sri'iorned until ' Monday afternoon. Hocse. This body was not in session to-day, tbe members having gone borne. The Legislature. Our natrlotio Legislature seem to enttr.aln the idea that the true way ti relieve the people of Ibe State is to retrench on tbe newapspcrs and school teiohers. - Would it uot look aa well did these exceedingly close and economical servants of tbe people commence their retrench ment a little nearer bomet Jaet look at tbem during the present session adjourning over from Frlda) till Tuesday every few weeks, vis Itiog tbelr families and attending to their pri vate boainess, all at the expense of the tax-pay-en of tbe State; aod wheu iu eeision ihe time which should be devoted to business is spent lo windy speeches '.bus stretching tbe eeat-ion from January to the Lord knows bow long, and thfii i Jjirirn to spend another wiufer, ' "Oiinding awir at four dolltft per dv." at a cost to tbe Ste of nut lest lhao $100,000. Erery time the, bave adiourued two dak,$l200 Is taken out ot their constituents' poeatts Tbey refused to. havs tbeir proceedius and the laws tbev eosot published 00. account of the txptnw, aad yetooe or two of these ad journments, for their peiooal gratification, oosts more tbjn would full report of tbeir doings and the laws tbey onset for the entire cessloo. And ret tbev talk ooottentiy about 'ecooomi." Cooi-islenoy, verily tbou art a jewel. Paist- suis Tutgreph (Hep). States Sabbath School Convention. A Sabbath 8obool Cixiet-tlon for Onto, will be held In Cleveland ou the 13. h ot May, 1863 Arrangements bsve been made for obtaining full e4ttUt.c of Sabbath Schools in Ohio, 10 be reported 10 the Convention. , A cardial lovitalioo ie extended to all friends of Sabbatb Schools throughout tbe State to at teiid, aod partlclpite in tbe Convention. We ex peot a large atteodanoe, lor which there will be ample provision. Toe Cooveation we feel as su ed will be one of great interest. , Neaepapers throughout tie State, ate re queeted to turther the cause, by puhiisbing tbls oulioe. " JAMES M HOYT, TP. HANDY, 8 tOUAMBE, j J A FOOT. JOSEPH fERKlNS, A J. HOPRiNsON, Executive of the tt.ate Cwn. Com. . Ana t her Jbeaaocrsttlo Victory. GENEVA, N. Y. April 2. town jeeterd) resulted in tbs suoeese of tbe entire Democratic liokei, wtb tbe exeeption ol one Soperviaor, by au averace majority of one hundred aad flt'ty teveo. Tbe Repablioao Supervisor Sleoced be twelve majority. . ,Tpe vote cast was mueo larger tbau uuL 1 Democratic Victories in New York. T-e following telegraphic dispatches iu the New York papers are significant of tbe popular reaction which is going on all over the countrj : OoDiNssoaoH, April 1 At the charter elec tion to-d.y tbe entire Democratio t oket ws eleoted, except tbe oulleotor.' Tbe Hon. David C Judsou was eleoted President of the Board of Trustees bj 9i mjoilty. . SoHKNtoTaDT, April 1 Tbe whole Democrat. Ic oity ticket was elected to-day by aa increased mjomy . , . .. . . . : The True Policy. As for ourselves, we propose to put the blaok uepoDiioan politicians upon the defensive on tbe whole question of loyalty tbey, wo mean, wbo bave sent Wendell Fbiliioe over tbe coun. fry ss an avant oourier of a grand movement to overthrow tbe Commotion tbev who declare that the old Union is dead, and that they would not restore It If they could. Let these men be oompslled to answer lor their own loyally, aod not permitted to conceal toetr crimes behind a smoke raised about the loyalty of people wbo are now. as mey nave always been. "Union savers." VMcago limit. , Who Are the Authors of Secession Testimony of Wendell Phillips. Less than a year ago Wendell Phillies made a. speeon at rremoot icmpie in ajwm, in wblch be said: 'Tbe antl-slsrerv eartv bad honed for ari efdnneifisusen, becsuse it wtinld lead la the development ot mankind and tot elevation of tbe black man " - ' : And then beexultinely adit: - - r 'Is six months I expect a scparntlw. The game ie up, Me caiea it et aa eaV We bare purobased nothing but diBgrace.- - The North bsnkrupt ia character as iu money. Be fore the summer ends ws shall lee two Coufed eraeiee." - - - 1 - - , . : Tt-e Democrats have alwsva charred that tbs Abolitionists planned aisuuion, end here It will see -Wendell Phillips, their lesder admits the charge to be true W bat are we to think of tbe Union professions of those In this city wbo fraleroiae with suoh a man and add to the Dower suod a parsj ; . - ... Ma. Foawar, of the PhiladelDhla iVres. la striving, in nis letters from Washington, to Iden titv the oemocratio party wltn Ureukturldiism This is to cover his own diserseeful reousancv. The truth. Is that tbe most Drominent of the a. . - oortbera breckinridge leaders bave Isndsd in duck republican party, aioni wltn Mr for neyv e, for examp'e, Daniel S. Dkkloeoo, of dsw Turk, thoa whom there was not a meaner more Btalioious alder and abettor of disten tion of tbe democratic party, and therefore of Union, la tbe wbolo land- ; lorney aod Oickinson had better content themselves with pecuniary re w aids of tbeir new affiliations, leave slandering ol toe aemooMtio pwif to oiaer macu repuoueao reoruue.VAMiffs Junto Trb New York Times observes: . . Mr, Sumner le one of those far teeing and comprehensive statesmen, wbo omit from their sobeme of polioy nothing but prsotioal common sense, and a wholesome expediency. . Th Senatorial Caucus, held last Thursday evening, failed to nominste. Tbs Cincinnati Oaititt says they gave three cheers for tbe Uuiou, three more for the Union party, and ad journsd, in good homor, until next winter 80 are to have an adjourned ses.loo, at a eosi the 8tata of eigbiy to one hundred thousand JoIUr. To ilTe thie expense, we euppose the salaries of female oohool teaebere, wbo get so average of eix'eeo d .liars a month, will be cut down- v We should bsve three oherra for ja.tioe eocnorov : Thl was omitted bv tba Doim, aaoos-i'asslis TtUgrapk Rtpublttan), . .. 1 ii wa i 11 , , .. ;.c, ' It ia said that tbe repoit Ibat 3en. RoUpuss intends to resign, ll Oafounded.' ' 1 it dsy trial was tbe , 1 - n . 1 Local Matters. DEMOCRATIC MUNICIPAL TICKET. Election Monday, April 7, 1862. City Officers. For Mar ehal SAMUEL THOMPSON. . ,.; School Direolora WILLIAM TREVITT, f , RANKIN WAJ.IOr.v treasurer THOMAS P.' MORTON.' Councilmeu- TX.' 1st Ward DANIEL 8EARLE1 . " Sd TH0MA8 ARNOLD. ' , v 3J " 1 SAMUEL JOHNSTON. 4th t ISAAC EBERLY. -5th " J. J. RICKLEY. Asscssorfl - - 1st Ward-MILES DAYLEY. 2d .-WALTER M CLANCY. J 3d L. O. PKENTISS. 4tb - JOHN WEAVER. Sib. " WEN DEL BEELIQER. Township Officers. Trusteea ELIAS OAVER, ALEX. MOOBBR.RY, JOHN M. KOERNER, Tieasarer GEORGE P. SCHROLL. Constftblei- r' ' J J.P.REMMY,' JOHN WALSH, L. C; KELLEY .. Clerk GEORGE C. WILSON. Aseessor-JOHN IT. EARHART. Siniouiiu to the Stsftrmoa, who may chango tbelr residence at this season of the year, will pleese notify us of tbe fact. SONG. BY GEORGE P MORRIS. I Tbe tsntle bird on yonder spray, That aloes It, little life awy I Tbe roaa-knd burstlns Into flower. And f lltlerlni la the sun aad showsr; Tbe eberry bloaHB on tbe tree ' Are eableauttle allot tbees r. . II Tbs moon that sways the vassal streams, Lite thee la modait beauty baaaa ; Bo sblnes tbe diamond of tbe mine, , And ti.e rock erystal of tba brlnei Th. teats af beavau, Ihe tar th aad sea, Are blended, all, dear nald, lo tbeel Piath or Lkwis A. Whits We sre grieved to hear of the sodden death of Lewie A While, only son of Mr. Avrry White, of this city, and a member of Capt Le Bland's Company,' Fortj-alxth Ohio Regiment, now stationed st Camp 6bllcah,Tenne(sce. The s3 uerrs reached his p.renU and only sister, by telegraph, on Friday last. The day preced ing they had received a letter from blm, writ ten !o a cheerful tone, and anticipating a speedy return to hie home and friendi. ' Yesterday Mr. White started to bring boms the remains of his eon, We haro not learned the ciuae of tbe young man's death, bnt it must have been very eudden aod uorspeoted. The news wae t Itust to to fall bereaved ptrcute aud sister. Youog White was only nineteen years of age- We bave known blm many years, and eo accus tomed bave we been to hearicg the name ol Lewie White repeated by ihe . meuibsrs of our own family and tbe young persons of our ac quaintance, that ble lost seems like a breach mado in our own domestic circle. How affl cl ing, then, musi It be to that llule oircl to whom ibi to us an apparent breaob, is a sad reality I Tbey surely will have, in this hour of trial and sorrow, the warm aod earnest sympathy of all tbslr frlsnds and acquaintances, and Indeed ol I all our cltisens. ' " ' , Uoenm eg tbi Sibtsbi tr thc Pooa. Tbe f'Sisters of tbe Poor" Is a Catholic order. Instituted by a lady, now living at Ali-Ia-Cha pelle, wbo devote themselves solely to works love and cbsrity in taking ctre of the sick, and especially, of the poor wbo are sick and bare none to help teem. Five of these "Sisters of tbe Foot" have come on their mission of mercy to our oity, and bave purchased a house end lot, No. Sll East Riob elreef, where the; ire about to open a bos p tal on the Christian, humane and self-sacrific ing prl-ciples ol their order. For the good of tbsaiok, aud primarily aod colt fly, of the In digent tick, they devote their time, their mental anl physio! energies, and all tbeir own earn ings and the donations ibey receive from oth er. Tbey have, ae wo said, obtained a house aod lot for Ihe purposes above stated, sod now ask tbe aid ol tbe humane, the benevolent and the Christian men and women in this comma nity to enable them to furnish their hcspltal. They design opening tbe hospital for tbe re- oeption of patiente about a week hence. In the mean time, donations of mocey, of furniture, of beds and bedding, end iu fine, of anything suitable for euob an institution, ars earnestly solioited sad will bs thankfully reoeivedby the Sisters st the house. No. Sll East Riob street aod devoted to the charitable uses to whioh tbe hospital I self is dedioated. We trust our clU sens will respond cheerfully aud bounti'ully (0 this call from these "Bisters of the Four." e . . e to i-iam to A Card. Osnuimn: The maoae-erscf "Tbe Or phans1 Home," In behalf oi tbe helpless In thslr ebsrge, return tbelr tbsnks lo you sod through you to tbe late members of the " Columbus Orava," ibroneh whose aeoerosltv tbev are this day in receipt of Fifty-two dollare and sixteen ceote, balance or tbe company's lund, per hand tier. air. niees. u. KATE M. TUTTLE, Sec'y To F. F. Beck, jun, and H. Pausch Committee Columbus Grays. Srsme The looal of the Sandusky RegltUr thus "went off," one day last week,' about the weather: Yesterday, It the air wae sot balm, it was warm aod pure, and it did one good to drink in ana leel tbe thrill Ot life ana rejuvenation which II sent to the very Sogers' eoda. The tender arses stretched no Ite liov fineeri and felt for the warm bretie, and. the little clover looked out aod smiled lo tbe warm sunlight. Toe bjsdIs boughs bedecked themselves lo coral buds aod the loving lilaos threw open their brown shatters and looked forth to kjow what kissed them so tenderly l be eprioaT. However, is nnooiiDrmed as vet. aoo is may oe tnat colore onr tenaer rentiogt reach tbe reader, we shall be shivering In tbe blasts that are vet to come from the huge lal- aods of loatiog ice thai linger in oar lakes. Bat thankful for email favors, we give credit for one ot Spring. . . .. " t i an Pbbntics Bays that the friends of Wxnsill aiixirs lo Cincinnati, when tbey found the ggs flying thickly about blm, thonght to torn tbem to account by sending right off for Mayor Hatch. SBNTBricB or MawttrTesterdsr, In the Court af Common Pleas, the motion for new In the oaee of Michael Manley, found gull. by the jury of murder in the second degree, overrated. ; Judge Bates, in aceordanoe with law, leateoced him to the Penitentiary for Itfe.V t no, rrVh. f. ; a.k. m eftit.mM..e. th.e '' - - .... ever hear aoythlng about tbe Ktilgbtsof tba Oolden Clrole anWl Just before ta election t ' ST W. R. Kent, Auotlou and Commltsloa Meroheal hat removed bis stock of goods lb No. 10 J South High street, where be will. bo happy to lee all bis old oostamert.and a boat of new ones. He will sell al auotlou, In. bis new room, on to-morrow '(Monday) eveulug. All who want good bargalna should be In ettend- ' ' Tub CoNTiNBNTab Old Folks Naugh ton's Hall wae sgala well filled at the concert of the 014 Folks given, last ettniog,:: Every, tblog paised eft fluely snd to everybody'! admiration and delight as heretofore. For four eveulngs, during their present visit, the Old Folks bave exhibited themselves before, and sung to gratl. fled and applauding audlenoet in Naughton's nail. . But now they leave us ilo present them, selves to audienoes in other allies and to charm them also with their melody and" excite admira lion by the novelty of tbelr appearance and their music " : , ,u A obeerful Gool-Bye to the Old Folks, who are old In appearanoe only, aud that for only an . ,..K. log anticipation that tbey way eome time be welcomed baok In Nanghlon'a, or some other bsll lo our city. O Freotloe says that Wendell Phillips oamo Out to learo something of Weitera manners, and Cinoinuati gave blm an egg-ssmple. irv ft,. fAiu-in r.o . iii M . u '"""ij u (.v.. 1 nlv to moia than one locality : 1 ' I The man wbo stops his team 00 the cross I Walk was In town Ibis morning. He sat in his I bneev and flcollv looked at the Iadia wadino- ouggy ana ccoiiy ioea at we ladies waaing iuuuu 1. .uiwuKi uo uiuii, jun .uvvgu u. C0oyed making a nuisance Of himself. i m i Tarsa Arsit Dvs.-N.Lhiu mnr nleaaant a r and dvlivhtful eonM h tnlrrl than thoan final spring days. The first fivo days of April al ready past hsve given rich rromlse of au early aod fruitat season. The lines in the old eong M Her face was like sn April mora, , Olad lo a wintry cloud," are Dot applicable to these beautiful April morn. logs. We propose an omcudatlon : ' ' Her fare was like an April morn, Wreathed with s sunny amlls. MARRIED. Iu thlsclty, April 3J. by Rev S Mess, llr. OaaisTia niMtaaaco MiiatiAKr CaSui. 'Caats. has for rcany years been s preisaso la this ofBce, and now that be has set up shop" for himself, ws wish bun success. NEW ADVERTISEMENT 5. PROCLAMATION. se a mil viaa-a-aiai na? rn . wu. I rpuE LEn At, vos tKs or fkank X LIN OODNTT.Obln.srsbersiiynotlBedto ble on MONDaT. the 7lh day of APRIL. IbbH. at tbe places of holding elections In the several warda In the I Vlty or uoiamnae, ana in ue several townablps of said eonniy, such as shall be appointed by the proper ao thorlllee for holding the city aad lowoahlp elections on the day aforesaid, and alaot one Judge of Ihe Superior uoan o ranaiia voaniy. The polls will open Mtweeo tbs boars of B o'clock snd loo -oleics A. at. ataci.e atoociocs V u OKOR3B W. ucrriiAN. Bhaiifl of franSIln onnty, Obio. nrooiw PROCLAMATION. 7 Ms tUfid s(,rs of th city of Columbut: Aa aleatton will be held la sail city oa Monday, the (in oay or apni next, at tne places otnoidintancneuo- uons. as aeaoriosa oeiow, lor tne ronowicg city omcers, lowltl Mar.hal. Treaanrer. two Bchiol filraotori and one T ma tae to act aa a) ea.be of the City Council tor each of the wa da ot said city. The polls will be opan from 0 o'clock A. M. until S ociori r. ss , at me loiiowing p asee; l.t Wa d-At Narth Boelae Soaae. 8d Bne. aye Uouas - td " Uniled tataaUoUl. 4th Capitol Bogloe Boun. Jth " Bouthlosloa Uonaa. WBAI TnOMAB, Mayor. a PROCLAMATION. t. . .1. 1 - I t ... . . . n . . i tint fwatiua euerore o; in tin ot Wiamosst Tne City Coanctl of Oolnmboa, at Ita laat maatlng. Harek SS. tNW paavad tba fol owinf reaolnuon: JaaoVwaU, That the Mayor be loati acted to Urns a prooiiatioo K.rtnwitB to toe qualified eieotors of ibe ty oi uoiomone. aainngnpoo mem to vote at the elao tlon on ibe Sre. aloiid y of April nexi, for or against uia uhhuub vt toe euji or voiumoae, oi tnp coolly il ous lerniorydeseriDed lo the &rs section of so Ordi dux - io axteno u a corporate itmlta cr tbe city ol Columbus, nd to add adJiiiotal territory lo tbe same," peered at this meetioe' of the CuUi cil and In accoruance wun ins eeconaee. u. n or aaia or .inaoce: Now tharaion, and In omplianoa wl h sid r.-aolu-tlon, the qualitrd alaotoraor thecliy of Oolumbua are reapao'fully lequeated and ealleo upon to yota oa the Tib day ot Apiil next, bet. g tba tret Monday of aald mouth, at the planes w era Ue city election la bold on thai day, SOB or ACM1N-T tbs anneaatios to the 0it of Oolnmbus ef the eontlgaoua territory, dcscrloed In lbs Brat section of aa Ordinance of said city, ' To ex tend tba oorporate limits of the city of Columbus, and to aoo aaa uunai icrniory to ue same,' paaied SSaicb Sd 18b whioh la a. follows.' - BaCTIoa 1. Be It ordained and auntd be iha nil. Council of the oity of Uoljobue, that the oorporate lim lie of tbe elty of Colombo, eball be extended aa follow., wit: Baalnnlsg on the sooth line of section Ko. S3 where lbs said lloearoesee ibo Columbus Feeder ol the Ohio Canal and running wealwardly ol tne said eon Lb line oi nan aaction no. au proao. ed. until It tnteraocu tba west aide of Lucas street (ioM. L. aulilvant'.weei. era addition) produoedi tb.noe northwardly with the west side of Mid Lucas atract and Ihe west aide of Plum street (in Snllirant'a wearers addition) produced, to th. middle of the Bcioto river: thecca do.n u,d n,.. wun tne meanaemge inereor to tne eaet line o' hair aeo Una Mo. - Hi theooe with the east line of half section Ho. ft produced, to the north line of Mor.L,nm.ro townahlpi theooe on said township line saatwardly to I Ibecastlinsof Phelan'a Moant PteaaanL aiiaitun ducedj thenee southwardly with the east Hoe of Mount I proaocea io us mioaie line 01 nail aeetlon No. I 111 tbenoe with said middle Una of half .action N. ti eastwardl to lis lnterseotlon with tba Look inn piw I uoaai uenca m eaiu roaa to tne oortnwest corner of I Robert Nell's addition of out-lota and In-late: tlf I eaaiwaraiy wiu toe norm une oi uooert netl s addition I tbe northeast corner thereof: thence aonthwaniil along the east 11ns of Robert Nell'e addition to the I aoam auie oi ue sonnaiown rians noad u.nos sst wardly with the south side of the Johnstown Flans B'iad to theeutsldaof lim Avann.:thencaaauihM. With th .! mlAm t.t mmtA Bl . ... line ol Rlckly's eubdlrtslon: tkanoa autwuvti I with the nsrth Une of Riokly'e aubdlvlalon to the eaat me or nair section no. as; tncnoe eouthwardly with the I Une of half section No. 30 prodo. ed, until it tnteraocu Una of ssid half section No. SS and the east line of section ho 30 to the aunihaut coma, or n w HevTa additloni thiuie aMinnH. .n ih. umh nn. ... nr. neyreadaiiion prodtiotd to tbs weet side of the Oolnmboa and Oro report larnplkej thence with Ihe est elds of esld Oolumbua and Oroveoort Tomnlk. Southwardly to the aonlheaat corner of VranAia at. land tn half aeetlon No 09: th.noa with mli 8tw. s snnth Una weatwardly to tbe Columbus feeder of unto uanai; tnetioe wun tbe east side afeatt Colam- aveuer Bonnwaruiy to tne oeitonlns. . WKAX THOMAS, Mayor. March 5, 19W dtdwlt MRS. PLIMPTON MTZUti OPEN HER SPRING AND SUMMER St ON TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1862, -AI- No. 118 Oonth High St., OOXaXJiV133XTSf O. sprllWSt I m nonry IXsaolalor, (Late of Phalon's Istabltshmsnt, IT. T.J . paOPBIETOB OP THE KXfVO TORK yasnianable baring, Ualr OutUsg, Bhaapoonmg darling and Pressing Saloon, 73X South TTlo-h flt., ttnrterr Sart lit ac smitb'a AJeuxicinji llousw, satwasaoe wiu be given ia all the various 1 araBcaeav ' - ., Lautaa' and Chillren's Hair Drewing dope laths best I sepMi i ' w-1 - '' Elizabeth Fr&scr'a XSstato.. N0TI01 Is hereby siren that tbs ttndentgnel has Ibis . Say been appointed by the Pro' Oourt of frulc Uo oouniy. OSio, admlnlatrator it Ooart y-a,wlth tbs will aanaaad, ot nilutaib rrtsor, lata ol Truro town ship, In said aounty, dtcaaawl. - - . , Daud this 3th d,y of April, A. . l09.;t ..V,ll8-W3a JQItl.WB10QI. 160 For Exchange. . " Nsrth Ot MsW Slbany, fraDklln 7nnn ni,i' Tba land Is of ood quality, all uader f.nca, tod ab jut 1W Will 1HW ,1UHT.WU . City property, or s small farm sear tbe city, preferred In exchange. . .. - ... ' WM. JAMISOW, ' " Opposite tbs Ooodala Houm, sprllO ' . Oolumbu,, obio, Legal Notice. to tbe Probate Court of ' VVrankllo oonuty, Ohio. ' David Smiley, Jr.,s1m'rof vana BDiiay,Dr.,rialalial II arts Bmlley A others, Del'ts. j ",Kl,n w " ,ana rpo BTIPUBN BU11.IT aod I ABA 4 ANN HOW JL aUD.realdeots of MoLean county, Illinois, Andrew ). Smiley a KSldeut of tbsslty of Phlladelpbla, Fa., and Oeorse W. tmliey, a mldenl of llerceda county . Oa.lt fornla, defendanta to said petition: 1 on win lata nuoe teat on April s, levz, ins sua lo tbe admlnUirator filed his petition I Probata Court of ,lnBkUa oouniy, Ohio: thaohject and prayer of which petition la to obtain an order tor Ibe aaalgnment of tbe '""''"! V. ". r ?air una aatea Baron ta ,um , as aipaarsor rceord In Book Mo. ,3' I"' 10 Si B oordei's offlcs of said VranhhB eullntv. a iw, a tract 01 s sores, situate In said franklin eoon. Ohio, eonreyed to said David Srnlley. er.. by John Berwtlland wne, by tbetrdeed datod October 1, 18:10, on ftoon ((J Book No ,( pi(i m 60g of th MMr(J or dfeaa or sa'Q srankiin ooeuity; sud particularly de sorlbed by mates and bouujs tharelo. anv, a irawai oacraa. atiuaw in aa u eraoaiin juu- '7'?ul?'eo?T,dld favldBBlloy. Or., tar Btauier nowate. ana wiie. oy aeaa aawa seDiamoer 10. uu ana on record la Book Ho. 18. pant, 101 and 103. of Iherec fioaorioca oy moiee ana ooanaa mereta dower of aal i Maria Smllay, widow of said uarld Bmlley, Br., dreaaaed, and fur the sale of the following real es tate, situate la thaoountv of franklin.: and Bit's af Obio, of vhlch the said David tmliey, Br., died leUed), or so muoh thereof as may bs necessary to pay the debts Of said dasadtnt. to wit: The WbolS of Military larva Ho 5.914 for 81 um In tbe name of William Powall, stantad to James Tay lor, d pavoai bikb voc. ia iojv, aaia survay nelnf founded upon warraut Mo. 96B, andooarejad to Pavld Alsa, s tract of SO acres, situate In said rrsnklln soun- ty, Ohio, oooveyed to the aald David Bmlley, Br , by I Jonaa Bolder aud wife, by thair daad dated Sabrnarvl. Ic7 and reaarded lo Book ke B, pages BtiS snd 170, cf uiareeura or aeeaain aaia rrantunoounty.aaa partlou larly described by met, acd bounds therein. Tmaald cauie will be for hearlni In aald Probata Court on mo if to oay oi stay, icon ViVlD BSILIY. JS.. Admlnlatrator of David smiley, tr., deceaeed. naraaT aa rraaaow, AiiorusiS. April 0, ItW-wtW I , ' . 1 -A V" - . .... I The attention ol tbe Public le called to tne Wooden Eave Troughs O AND ' CONDUCTORS, Now being manufactured by 1M V. T.mrolmr 9i tin atws aii wwruj yjj VA VVij Corner of Spring snd Water Streets, over Ueasri. Ob!eo uo-s bsw rectory. . TDBT are made from the soli I slick of pins, eostsd on tbe Inside with Water-proof Oompo.ltloni they I exoel anytnlns In use for durabllitv and i-h..- I be applied to old buildings where tin has siren oat, or to new bniidiiiga In process of erection, so as to form part of Ibe crnloe. Tbey ars .repared to Sll orders from soy part of the Btio, iur mow eiac. irora K CO u ilieftM wiila with M. v.i uviiuu. uu. im pi,. W10O Op. JJ.vueawi.tl vol Dissolution ( of. Partnership, T"E CO-PAHTNEBSHIP I1ERCTO. A 0J nletlmg under the firm of DEMINO aa ..uninvaa, is mis aayaisaslved bymu.ualeoo. sent. All soeounts sud notes das the shore firm, mutt bs eauna wiuoai oetay io ueorire B. Oemlng and all lis- " arm win as paid ny aald Ueorre.B. Pem it. 0. 8 DBMINO, Oolumbus, April 1, 1SCS. apt A" Card; Tbs uodenlraed barlcv hanrht nn( ih..r.t,.. I..,... ui nr. .dud naunoDer in I n. Hrn..M nH.tn..d would Inform his old customers aod the pall generally! inaine win continue tbe erocery buemiss at ihe old r"""' mu street, wnre be will keep choice stock of family Srccsries. FMling thanklul forpaei favors, he hope., by etiiot attention to bualoeaa, euDtinoa- to reoelr the same Ubar.I nm.,.. vuiuiiiuiu, apni , leoa apt-im Spring Goods. flsFIR a great variety of New gnrlns Bhawla. Olrcn . ,,an' raoqnes, Jackets, etc. etc, In tbe latest n( " vc- o. xv eonto uign street. H j. xisr cjts n o ia No 29 South High Street, pOPLIKa, Bilks, UoiamMqnes. Bhepherd's Ohscks Poll ds Chevrea, OrH-liaa, Delalr.ee aod Ohallles. vrenon ana angnan vnintses. Bcgllsh and American Calicos. Mournlna Sll.a and T)rr ant.. Heavy Cori'ed Black Mantilla and Baeque Bilks, ii,,..iin Diaoa aoiiiansiiKS. TERV row pwrnwa mar 31 Spring Shawls AND OUTER GARMENTS. BAIN &..SON, IRISH LINEN GOODS. 3AIN & soisr, NO. 89 SOUTH fllGH STREET, OflBR Heavy Bbeetlng and Bblrtlni Linens. Medium and Floe Llnenefor rhirtingsnd Bosoms. i-iuow-uaea ana laote btnensor all kinds. Napkins, D'Oyllee, Uuokabircli'a, Towels. Raaalan and American Ota.h. flieae T.inan. Diapers, BIrd's-eys Diapers, Long Lawns, Bblrt prices M " ,bS W nllM Brte'' "d msrll UNUSUALLY low. Embroideries, Laces, WHITE GOODS. BAIN it WOK, We. (9 MOUTH fUGli BrBBltT. axblblt tba mud daairabla aaaoiteant. on lime., oi Elegant Point Laeee Collars and Bets. Valenolennee and Thread Laoee. Xmbroldared Trunminee. frene .Puiber end Thread Lacs Tells. Oraps Ooilara, Tells sod Bets, Qren.dla Velle. Halnaooks Jaconets. Cambrics. Baal BwlaS Linen Cambrics. French and Bogllah Cambrics snd Vuillns for Lad las' Wear. Hoveltye In Uses snd Zmbrolderles, as tbey so- near In this eountr. . ' r Kngilsh Hosiery, Alexandre's Kid Cloves. and by I who wtsa bla ment te aod Gen. Gen. Oao. Geo. Hon. If. Henry A. Hon. Col. fflsrSl fine stilts, Buu Umbrellas, finished In ths mostl'PDB ioM v.mi. vig, I jl Isd above TBI at PURE WINES. fURE BRANDIES..'. 'J 'Z PURI WHISKIES. ,, - -. . . ,, . -1 for medicinal purposes, for sals by : : 'r.r!. , W9f. H. MflTIHUXi JaafMtr :-" log geatb Qjgb street. ALIUQELiniTTQ. TUEORIOHVAlitOEKiEBBATEDstBat World Banoirned Amerloaa tdao la Mlnlatura, General Tom Thumb! T3H BMALLBUT MAN AUTX, At NAHQIITOS'B BALL, Oolumbns, pealtlvelv for ?S '.V u1f- Iady-Waaaaday and Thursday, April IS, IS, 17. Tuesday one entertainment only; erenlni at B Wednesday and Tbursilay two entartaia menta each day sftarnoonsat3,STsnloss at I. Doors open half aa hoar previous. The little General will make his first appearance la many years, Ss abovs, tn all his new and wonderful Im personations, Bongs, Dances, Ortolan Statues, ate., as sisted by , Mr. W. TOMUN, the great En?llih Baritone sod Buffo, from the nobility's Concerts, London; Mr. W. Dl TBBX, the American Tenor, snd Mr. 0 a. TITuOMB, Brilliant Pianist. ' The Oenaral will ride In his beautiful Miniature Oar rj" drawn by LUlIputlaa Ponlas, and attended by r .i? ?Hhnen and Foounen, from the Amerloaa Hotel w tne Hall, previous to eaoh enterulnmeot. ATJMISStnN: ' . 1 J r?!7,fnU,u,nBlnt.. Onlldren undar 10.... Boboola admitted ea Uueial teraa. -spO-dloe : AlBE,! u,'lT Buslnen Jgent. Bvaalnglntertalnrn'ts, Ue Children under 10 10o Beserved tests. ........ Bio Ti?r ' VZii'l" H. IB EM EN. a reiaaurer Josinf m.maai v. ' ALI.GM rlBK. Hceole Artist.... , ' TWENTY-SECOND NIGHT ... or XIII BEAUTIFUL AND ACCOMPLISHED WEBB SISTERO, EMMA AJSTD ATA . : Who will appear fa " "?4 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. MIS3 ADA AS T0P8Y. M133 EMMA A9 si VT ELIZA. -j:::: Monday, -Apiil 7, 1862? . - ' i -i I - r i i ' Tb pcrfonnancf will omattotevitli UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, " ' "' OB, i'" ' Llfi Among the LbwJy. J"Pr. with Bongs sad Dances. Ilia miss AO WEBB. " Miss EMMA WJBB. Dreit Circle. Family Circle... BOAIK OF PRICES, ...Moenti cants Poors open at 7.' Cortsln will rlieat , ' C. F. V HEELER, No. 118 North High Street, . CBALIR l.t PRODUCE & PROVISIONS, QAEDSER PHIPPS ft C0'3 SUGAR-CURED HAMS ABO DRIED BEEF, I bave slso oo hand a large lot of tbs wry best quail- ay oi r. - .-J-e Maple Sugar &Mrjlasea, Ind every other ar'lole nmallvkent In a Brat clue Oro- oary Store) all of which I will sell at the lowest Cash P' .... . . .. i -- uive me s can. . : i ' .a aprllfMlw . f . eJ PHIPPS' HAMS. TJ ;? GARDNER PHIPPS & Co. X Cincinnati, o.,"0 rttiftsr-rttriWh W X 5-EC Jl JM iS, t5 '. . FORBALB BY IX 10. Win. M. RESTIE AIJX, marSO fi BOTJIH niOET BTREIT. CO T6"Dfficer8 ant!" Soldiers, their . , Widow8 "and Heirf-T ' AGENCY TO COLLECT BOUNTY MONEY,-PENSIONS, and back pat;;" Western Office at. Brands Office at.. ..Coinmonef Obio. . Waablngten City. r.cUdUXreUwu2i' T. W; TALLMADGE & CO , AUG NOW PREPARED TO TARE tbe necessary steps to procure Bountv If one and Arrears of ray for the Widows snd heirs ordeceased soldiers.. .;. t Every soldier wbo shall hsve served for a period of -two years, or during the war, If honorably discharged, shall Steele, a bounty of ONE UEMDRBD LOLLABB. Tht Widow or Itaai Aera af ennh . du killed lo the service. In addition to sll arrears of pay allowances, are entitled to the sum of ON BUND BE ) DOLLAHB. IHtoharatd BoJditr ojn receive their na al mutt sending us their Certificates of Discharge. Also obtained for all Offlcersjanil Soldiers hare been or may be wounded, dlieseed, or other diiablad while In the service of ths Dotted Blates.: as persons twoome entitled to Bounty end Pensions, necessary steps for securing the earn should be taken early. Delay will make It very difficult u aot lmnoe.1- to obtain the proofs; w" r " ALL MILITARY 0LAJM3 against ths United States or the Bute or Ohio, will be promptly attended to by tbe amdarslfned, whoss expe rience for leu months In the Qnartermaater'a Deriart- gives blm peculiar advantages In arranging sad naims, ana unraveling ths red tape oon- Tbo business oao be accomplished with ths' esrllaa In. rested by eorreopondene. Any inforaaatloa sbearfally oommnntcatad t orna neoesasry papers furalseed by applying to or sd dressing - .' y - X. W. TALLMADHE CO.", Oolnmbus, Obi). Offlcs, Ambos Building, High Street. " BEIIBJCNOIBi Governor Dennlson, Columbus, Ohio. 0. Delano. 0 P. Buckingham, " Geo. B WiUht. .-. i 1 ' JndmNnah S.tnn.. ' J. B. Koseorans. Headquarters, Wheelfnf, Ts. Thos. Ewlng, Laocsirar, Ohio. H. Hunter. K.n.. Staobery. Baa-, Clnolnnstl.Ohloi V Perry. Eiq , " 8. B. Cos. Wsshlnctoo City. Granrllle MooJy, Camp Chaser' mario-doawfcwu Dissolation .oLCorPartnersiiip. Oo Partnership heretofore Sxlittog under the ginvi B.w - au.Bvyn, . UIU, uawir- iry mutual conseni. i. aii aoeonnia and otes due ue firm must be settled without delay. i. Jt. B1UNW, ; H. EBTABBOOX. Notice of Oo-Fartaerahip, anderelgaad hsve this day formed a Co-Partnar-ahlp under the style of ST01 a LIWlB.aod will tbs Wboleaale snd KatallDry Goods basUiess the eld stand, Me. S, Gwynae Blooa. i B. 8T0KI ",J."T'TI - uww; March )l dltwlai. , t6;iioe