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,&GO.r,'..X VOL: VI1I;' NP. ,307. JEW SERIES.' ." . . ' .JTT? T77TTI 71 1 ' 1 1 ' - i i .i i ii . ' 1M ( .SM4I ,M X'-'-'' PI'MP8' 1 - . - .- , .1 . III.' ' ...I'll .J . 1 ' , J Q2I0, FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE G. 1862. u'i; t T a . MTAIUaOIJ 1 aUVUeii, 1 1 DAILY, TEI:WKIKI.Y AHD WEEKLY fMANYPENNYcV MILLER, fBtllHIBi:iHD 7B07BIIT0BI. ft? Office JTos. 86, 81 and 40, Hortk High it X1RMB INVARIABLY IS ADVAN01. ! ,Mif xJ sro i . y, m sa oo per year 7 "J u - By the Carrier, ptr WMk, U)( eentt. , u TrI-Weekly . , :.a 00 vujttn n-weeaiv, 1 , r' l . ioriM f Advertising by Mia Sqaare. . a.imiolyeiu..i,a24 MOnqnir3weki..4 00 On ., ' . 9 moDtlii 18 Wl On., " , 8 WHU.,, 3 00 c von j u montnl ' 13 00 I On lwaek... 1 IS On " 3 oontlu 10 00 I On ,., " . 3 Uyi ... 1 00 w on' " ' month! 8 00 1 On " dyi... 75 On H 1 month. 5 00 1 On " 1 butrttoa 50 Dlipl&yed kdnrtliomenti ball mor than tb kort (UN. - CAdvrUmunti laadM ni) plaotd In lh olnna of i .loueeiai moiiot," ami on M4 ordinary ra(. ' . - 1 All notloei required to be pabllibod by law, Iefalrat. , , ll ordered on W laiweaxclntlwly after the Brit wik ' aaV teat, oro th th abov rateai but all inoh wll 'jappalo th IiUWklT wlthont ohanr. Bailnen Oardi, not sxondlni flTellnei, Mr rear, la Id, a W per lino; onUldel'i. . , ,l. J ; oi mnunga, ouanunie ooitnaa, nre eoammlM, v ko., half price. , All tranrUnt aiirtitmunt mutt b paid far in mavanu : ..in ruiu U no b varle frm. Weekly, tarn prlo u the Dally, whar the advartlMi .t B Kn tti. Weakly alon. ; When 'a Pally and Weekly v, 8B..r.btl1 "adt hn the eharg Iw lb Wekly lll be (o.'tf "' raw m in iiaiiy ...u ' i - i' . r- .i r. r) titN,leitli8mnt tftkea xcpt lor a deflnlt period Summer Arrangement, 1862. 1862. 1862. 1862. EAST. jut! CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads orrxR tiir SbortoatUulckeal and Neil Hella ble It sale TO l-Pittsburgh, Harrislurg, Baltimore, (jj.aphiDgton City, Philadelphia, -New York and Boston." : j ...... JiJ.l ai.i Direct cbunectioua are made at Bollaira with ' ' tbe Baltimore and " Ohio Railroad, y fr ii" ' y Anl Pittsburgh with the lifensylvania Central ; Railroad. Sj "i Tnin leaTiCoIamboa dally (Sandayi ei oepted; at follows: ' M i . 7. J m muni. via mrinmiLi. ". i CliTiaQLimmn,') '' 3:35 P.M. 3.50 A. Ml 11:10 A.M. IKRITI IT MLUntl, 10.00 P.M. RiV at rricaniriLia, 11:18 P.M. 11:18 a M. P. II. iIT AT riTTCBuasH . 8:40 A. al. 3. p. at. 8:00 P. M. 'Ml 10:30 A.M. 'T 12:03 P. U. 3.98 P. U, VI Baltimore and Ohln Sal tear Benwood 11:40 A. M. 10:00 P. M. ' Arrtr l BalUmor...... 0:0 P. M. - 6:00 P. M. Arriyeat Wuhington 0lty,8:i5 P. U. 6:45 P.M. . ArrtTat Philadelphia. ...11:00 F. M. 11:00 P. M. Arriri at New Xara 4:11A.M.' ISA.I1. Via Pennsylvania Central Railroad: Put Line. 14 xp re si. Mail. Lear Pltlibnrh....8:30P. M. 4:00P.M. 1 00 A. M. ArrlTatEarrifbnrg,5:S5A. M. 2:00 A.M. 1:00 P. M. ArrlTiatPhllail'a...95 A. M. 5:10 A. M. 5:25 P.M. ArrlT at New York, S:00 P. M. 8:30A. M. 10H P. M. Arrlreat Baltimore, 1S:30 P. M. BOO A.M. 830P.M. , Antteat Waah. Olty.B.Ol P. M. 8 00 A. M ,. Paamgen deelrinf tieketf to the abort rontea rla th PennayWanla Ballroador Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, ehonld be particular to aak for them rla Bellalr or BtonbenTllie. I. A. DTTTCHINBON, . J General Patienger Agent Summer Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. for Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolii! Through to Indianapolis without Change of Care, and but One Change of Cars betweeu 1 Columbus and St. Louis. On and After Monday-, TiTay S, ' '' 1 1 1863. Four Train3.I)aily,from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN. (topping at all eutlona between Oolnmbns, Cincinnati and Dayton i arriving at Olnclnnatl at 10:30 a. m. at JUayton a. m. arrlr at indlanapolte at 1:34 p. m. SECOND TRAIN. ' y '" I 1XPRI88 at 11:30a. m., itopplng at Jefferion, Lon don, Oharleaton, OedarTille.Xanla, Spring Valley, Cor win, Port Ancient, Morrow, Boulb. Lebanon, Poiter'i, loyaland and Milford, arriving at Cincinnati at 4:30 p. m., at Dayton at S:33 p. m.t arrive at Indianapolii at:up. m. , eonnecung ac uincinnatl witn tneunlo and MiHlailppl Railroad (or 8t. Lonla, Vinoennei,0airo, to,; oonnartigg at Indianapolii for all points Weit. , .C third TRAIN. ; . .. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION at 4 lOp. m.,ttop , pint; at all atatlona between Oolomlmt and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 10:30 p.m. , ' -., ... FOURTH TRAIN. IuQuT XXPBIBB, via Dayton, at 18:00 midnight, topping ajiionaon, vnatitMon, Xenia, Dayton, Mld w u"miwui Krnving at tjincinnau at 5:40 ! oonnaeting wlthOhioan Mlttiisippi Railroad for rTi, ' : iionu,to.; arriving at IndUnapoli at 7:15 a. m.; oonneoilng at Indian" apen lor Miayiia xerr atante, Chicago, and all BLEEPING" CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS ' ITT 'or further Information and Through Ileketa. ' P. Wi BTRADlR, Jtor General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati. j.NO.W. DOMETT, . . Aient, Columbut, , t I. W. WOODWARD, Superintendent, Cincinnati. Columbia, May 5, 1682. - C A LT H O U SE, Ho. 178 Korth High Street, ,,:icoiifMBUS,"bniai rrVHIS HOTEIi IS BUT ORB AND A A B BALf BQUARtB from th Depot, and paraona r rtvtof orwlwing to ta igom find to take panage on any of tbe tralna. wtu find tb my out O.OUUCUI illy a ooBUsiant atop. plug plaot Puanniaktd ct At all hauri of tb DlRht for an IJftrln. .- " 1862. 1862. Summer Arrangement—Time Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. PITTSBURGH, IT. t'- ' - WXH OBIOAOO RAILROAD tbr Pittsburgh, PMadelpMa and BatOmor. AU , , t for em Wayiuand Chicago. Oonneotlog at Cleveland with the LAK1 BH0RI BAIL- . , ., T,. ROAD ... for Punkirk, BaffaU, Altiny, Be- THREE TRAINS 1 DAILY, K0BPT BTJNDAT, '., from Oolumbuj, in onneotion with, Tralna on th . MTT1-E niAini Aiwn' nniiimnri. AND A EN 1A HAU.UOAD8J. , I fIRST TRAIN. NIQHT ETPRKflll T...l. I... A . nn 1 u Will ItOD at- Delawaf. A.hlA . i 1 1 Oallon.an.l at all ilatione North of Gallon: arriving at P?,lt2,t9:50A' M-J Dwklrk 3:55 P. M., Boflalo 5:J5 P. M., New Tork lrf A.M..Boiton 3:30 P. M7T . BIOOND TRAIH. i W S1?.K "PMBB-teare Oolumtauat 1HI0 M.i Will KtMn tat iMlawaaa I n.a,l(.,.- alt Da- -av, vaiiuuHlvaii U LIuajPM t Oroatlln, Bhelfcy, Mew London, Wellington and araf- 5 ' rr2;. SS'!!T!,,"a 3:35 M, Dmlrk t:05 P. M.. Buffalo 10:25 P. M.. N. Vn.w o n,i d u d. 4:P. M.-' J ' THIRD TRAIN. MAIL AND FYPn ran t.. U w.,1vUIUHUUd,1ir, Will aton at all aullnn. unii. .r ak.ik. Balem, New London. Wmn.i.n. nn. ...i u Buffalo S:!0 A. M., New York 9M p. M., Koaton 1145 r, at. ' CONS10TION8. X'" , ' At Delaware with 8orlnrfti.M n..n,i, rn. a.t..ii..iTi and point on that road . , luTrtoVTJ'.J"!B,ffcIt- WlTD n-0hlca(! Ar Ohtea?" fhlladelphl and Baltimore At Bhalby , with Banduaky, Mantfleld and Newark Kall f",.,,0'n,Jonth'01' Alao for Toledo. Dunkirk, Buffalo, New Tork and Bolton. 7 Patent Bleeping Can are run on all mgnt Trains to Chicago, Sew ; xo ana JJoiton. . Bwge OhecUd TArtmh to Km York and Botton v. unwenw.- wo, to rnucUUpMa and . Hen tor tHa OrtuUno. - v. : RETURNING. Night Expreaa arrive atColumbui at 11:30 P. M, Cincinnati Expna arrive at Colombo at 11:00 A. M. Accommodation arrival at Oolumbui at 10:1 P. M. rare a Law aa by attyottaar Rabto. i'k for TUkeHtim Crtttlmor OntUnd. ..i." ..fLnrr, . . , uparinfcndent, Olmland, Ohio. . . JAMBS PATTXR80R, Agent, , , ,, . Colnmbna, Ohio, - Colombo, May 7,186B..-. ,w . . j... . Colnmbna Wholesale Liquor Store . LACELLE ROSS & CO. t COMMISSION, MERCHANTS, IMfOKTERB AND D1ALKBS IN , Foreign and Domestio Wines, Brandies, e. Ao. AL80, T OLD RYE, MONONGAIIELA & BOURBON WHISKY. 'j... 1. I , i WARBH0USI AND OIPICB, 824 80DTH M0.H ST., COLUMBUS, OHIO. lepWIyla Wf.l. II. RESTIEAUX, ' (BtlOOlBSOR TO McKH k BiBniAClC) No. 106, South High Street, OoIiTJMBTJO, DIALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE PROVISIONS Foreign and Domestic Fruits, FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO. STORACE & COMMISSION J. fil. & V. KCERUER. t NOm DO, Corner of Broad & Front Streets, OOLU1MBUB, . . ., -i tU'jir if--! : -i" . f t j DIALIRB IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE " ' ; ' PROVISIONS , J; AND FOREIGN fc DOMESTIC FRUITS, W.0UB, .BAIT, LIQUORS; ETC. T8TRS BT TBI CAM IN TnBIB BBAB0N. ELEGANT IIAin : NETS, TDRBAD and trench Jo Villa, Point Lac Oollan and Bala, , 1 ., , , Malt Lac Collara. . . . Jot opened. t.Jf:.11 ' 1 BPBBiBJgW'. -! .i 9f:.l vvl WffijJ rr.: ? CALL IAT J. L. GILL & sorrs OlviiiU . , . - -m. .a.. .A NORTjlT 'niOn STREET, ' :j AND SB1 THB LARQBBI BTOOK, . .J , THE OREATEIT VARIKTT. . j . WAMD TH! MOST BEATJTiytJL PATHRN4 OF S T O V, B S i . ' -' : i Bver offered to th oltlieni or Oolumbni . I. I'l' s TBIT EAT1 COOKING STOVES TOR COAL, t;jti . r i r " - ..i l OOKma iTDVES FOR WObD, svl'iC i 8 i.-:: !:. ' t.. ......l..-u..t , --r . r .. .1.. r'-:" ;cooktng:stoves " , $ I forallhir Wood or 01. '00itj(0 STORES for Urg Paiilile or Small Panlil, and varying .- : ' :i Prlo from ; -. o J ; ; .' K ...i.:.-; f ' . Three Dollard to One Hundred and Twenty-Five. . . ;A - PARLOR STOVES, Of every Prte, Slat and Variety, for Coal or Wood. DINING-ROOM BTOVES, ,' nALL.BTOVES, i A Of many Patterni. 7 SITTING-ROOM STOVES. ' . - STdRC-ROOM STOVES.' . .. ' OFFICE STOVES, Army Stoves, . x-. r Both Oooklng and Beating. . Tb LlghtMt and molt Portabl Tent Stove offend to to , Officers of our Great Army. FURNACES, For Healing waiting, Cbnrohea, Btora room, or other : ! .-...., jiarnBWWioga.. :;J JtJ LAUNDRY STOVES, :V;-! to taally TJae or Hotali. MOTT BOILERS, J ; V4 ? .' AG 81(LTCR AO BOILERS, ... ' SUGAR EVAPORATORS, . ' SUGAR KBTTI.ES HOLLOW WARE, . - i HOGG IRONS,' SAD IRONS, TAILORS' GEESE, And many other article ''or any other man. ' I, i ' JJCT CALL AND BE! U . No.'. 02 North High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. . J. L. Gill & Son. novS3-tf COLUMBUS OPTICALINSTITUTE. The Beat Artificial Help to the Human ttlgmt ewer Invented. JOSEPH 8. FESLBT, PRACTICAL A SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, REEFS' THB IVAROEftT AKSORT. ment of th moat improved kind of Bpectadoi. All hi Clan, whether for near or far-etghud, era gronnd In ooneavo convex form with the greatest earn, to aa to nit th lye ef all caiei, en ring Weakneaa DlnlneM or Inflammation of the- lyei, and tmpartlng trangth for long reading or fine sawing. " Offlca, 13 Bait, 8 tat a treat,, at Saltan A Webeter'e MualoBtor. aoga-dly . . Shooting GaUery, TH1 underrlrned begi lav to inform hi frends that be ha fitted up a - ' SH00TIHO GALLERY ,a Taa VERANDAHr ON-STATE STREET. Uood flonayAlr Qnna, Ptotoll and Befraabnent. B0VI9-dt' " - - - OOXBAD BIOBABDB. IRISH LINEN GOODS: BAJQSrs&BON, Nd. BQUtHniGH: STREET, 0 PISS ' Heavy Bneetlnr and Bhirtlng Linen. Medium and tin Llneni for Shirting and Boaonn. : , PIUow-CaM and Tablt LUMniof all kind,, ; Napkin, D'OylM, Buokabuok') Towel. ' . Ruailan and Ameriun Oraah. Olaw Linen. Diaper, Blrtey pUpara, Long Lawni, Shirt .. front, te. eto. Thee good ar all Of tb moat reliable make, and mar3I .- n' ; v Golden Hill and Shoulder Seam THRU Ply Linen CoHan, til all lhapMi Oenta' Paper Oollant , J,. Neck Tie and Barf'j ' .,- , Suparior Kid Olova, all eolorii . y ... tngllah Cotton Half Ho; Under Bhlrt and Drawer of Marino Lamb' Wool, i Silk and Bbakar Ilannali ;i Pocket Handktrchlafa, raady for oa ana an unaa oi un Farnianing uoooi in im gnat Mt variety and of best Quality. "- l;J-;. TJLXJLJ .-.;.:. -'i ''. .'I ".i i;5 a u v. ii'u '.;; , r . ... o ..0Ji. i.-r- ..l..c:;' . v. ; J' ?') C . : ' ,.! . -j WDUKL Y ; y , mmm , i' i I .. - A ::. ;l y. :.v" Olilfli PUBLISHED BY MANYPENNY o MILLER COLUMBUS, OHIO Having atlreulatloo Larger by SeVeral Thonsands, Than any other papir In Ohio, eulild of Clnolnnatl, . . OFTZBS FACILITIES i . .. :t -j ii ' ' ' ' - i'. FOR ADVERTISING t Whloli cannot fail to bring Quick and Remunerative Returns. To thou who Uk ailvantage ef them. THE WEEKLY STATESMAN, , Dlitrtbuted.ultii Through Every Poatoffice in Ohio ' la found loth handa of ! A Large Class of Readers, Whoi patronage It valuable, and who leldom leilh Dally Xdilloni of city Journali; and M only A LIMITED NUMBER -OP- ADVERTISBMENTO Are Inierted In iti columni, APPROPRIATELY AND HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED, Tbey oannot fall to Attract Attention la all Localities WHOLESALE DEALERS Advertialng in th . WEEKLY STATESMAN, Will find it advantageoua in The Increase of Trade; Wh lob Ii almoit oerlain to follow an itenilv dlaicmin' tioa ef a knowledg of their buiinen AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS. AdvertlMnanti Intiaded for TheTiTeekly Statesman iaiotir.i!! mi t. J i.iW ' C 1m tutBod Is. 19f o WtAaiiaayaotm, : Slit 0liitir 3Mt$man ' 'i i - 'i inu (i u i , ' 111X1,1 Dally, pet year. ,. ; Iio llT' ww"y. par year,. .. . ,..,,......, a oo tat D i .' . fi"" THE GREAT BATTLE NEAR RICHMOND. Success of the Balloon Observation. [Correspondence of the New York Herald.] WHITE HOUSE, Va., June 2, 1862. The event of tbo past two da.vs have been of shod, a sanguinary nature that my heart sicken to review them. Tbe attack on Saturday was made by tbe enemy on our left wing and center. It was sadden and overwhelming- In numbers. Tbe object of the enemy wa to torn onr loft flank. The fighting continued during tbe day, and our troops were forced behind the original Una Of defence. Up to Saturday night the battle was In favor of tba rebels. On Sunday the battle was opened by our left wlug and center column, the latter tinder Gen. Heintzleman. His orders were from General MoClellan to recover the lost ground, at whatever coat ol life, even if every man perished. The courageous fighting of our troops on Sunday, when it shall have been detailed, will show that the order of the com manding general was carried out to tbe letter. Up to thia writing our lose In killed and wound ed will not fall short of from three to fonr tbossand men. Among these we have a large uumuer ui goioer aiuea. i ne nre or our ar tillery was terrific in tba extreme. At every discharge of a piece " streets were Made in their ranks." Tbe bravery of our troops, with few exoeptlons, was unsurpassed. One brigade of aaey division was an exception. Uoring tbe fight on Saturday they became demoralized, and retreated. Tbe seeond brigade of General Kearney's division was plaoed nnder command of the senior Colonel, J. II. H. Ward, of the Thlrty-elgbtb New Tork, and nnder that officer did prodlgiea of valor. The railroad from tbU point to the battle field waa aotivelv employed all day yesterday bringing down the wounded. Seven hundred and fifty were plaoed on board tbe steamer Com modore and sent to Fortress Monroe; four' hun dred and fifty were sent on tbe Knickerbocker to the same place; aad three hundred and fifty on the Elm City to Norfolk. ,: Tke wbolaof the Eighth Alabama regiment was captured by our troops. Yon are aware that, through tbe conduot of General Casey's division, we were terribly cut op and lost considerable gronod. The next day General Mo'Clellau determined, as I have be fore stated, to regain it and establish bls-supre-maoy in that quarter. After making all the necessary precautionary movements, and taking the proper steps to move forward, he sent op a balloon to tbe distance of two thousand feet, where H was kept, and a regular teleerapbio communication established from tbat elevated point of view direct to tbe Commanding Gener al. As soon a the telegraphers were ready they minutely described the location and number of the enemy's troops. And as they advanced for they were again coming forward to charge upon what tbey supposed our demoralized troops the operator gave tbe General their force and the direction In which they were advanc ing, and be promptly ordered bis troops to tbe proper plaoe, when thr enemy were met, and of ooore repulsed. : ':- Tbe rebels, finding tbat wherever thev went (bey were met by overwhelming numbers, or al points wnere tney little supposed tbey could be annoyed by onr troops, tbe balloon, of ooune, was pointed to by the enemy, and shortly after ward they trained a rifle gun at the daring sarial general, and after repeated firing thev snoeeeded in exploding shells near the balloon; in fact, so near that it waa deemed Imprudent to remain tip any longer in tbat orecise loca tion, and. acoordinsly. the balloon waa lowered to the ground, to be shifted to another position. jvoa many minuiea eiapsea oeiore It was again lent aloft, and in a position not e&stl reached The communication, thui mora 'lecurnlv established, waa again opened, and with tbe same suocess, tbe aeronauts reporting large bodies of troops In the rear of Riohmond maron- lng op to the scene of deadly strife. The telegraphers saw brigade after brigade marched up from the rebel stronghold, and aa rapidly as tbey advanoed into aotion tbey were met in a style wholly Incomprehensible by the rebels. To them it seemed aa if their boasted "God of battle" bad deserted them, and they only advanced to furnish food for tbe Yankees' deadly rifle balls.. Not a road waa advanced upon nor a broad field trodden upon by a rebel lions Doay or people, out tney were oomronted by our people. After worrying them some time the gallant Helntzelman-charged noon them with the trusty bayonet, and drove tbem Dec" to their citadel irightened, and aufleriag a heavy loss In men.; Tba eight mast have been, from their rial lookout, one of grandeur not often witnessed by us groundlings. So good wal the standpoint from which the telegraphers saw all and directed all, that in many instances witn tbo aid of very powerful glasses, the number of the regiment could readily be die. covered i 'and had. th onAratnra mmai.1Iw r . . - - r r j known or u3 able to recognixe tbe faces of persons commanding, tney wonld have been able to have given General MoClellan. tbe name of the rebel generals in the field.'- ' 1 U tbla la not fighting a battleby fiffMafno. then pray tell mt what it is T If only one thing la accomplished It will be to impress udoq the rebel soldiery that the skill of our generals is aoapproaonanio, or ieaa taera le think that onr army far outnumbers theirs. Every one's at. teniion couio not naveiaiiea to have been at traded to tbo balloon In the air; and if the rebels had only the ingenuity to construct a bal loon we might be enabled aoon to hear of a fight two thooBand feet above the surface of the ground. Tbe attempt of the rebel at York- Iowb to nee a balloon proved a failure, and I thinic tney nave given it np. 1 be telegraph oorps are an arm of the ser vice of the greatest importance, and the least inoagntof. ' "' - : , I be rebel soldiers were told before thev start' ea on oaturaay morning ."ine xaukeet have a year'a provisions oa the- Pamunkey river, and they will be ours in thirty-six hours," and to this grocery store the rebel generals led on tbe half famished, men. It was, indeed, either "blood or i bread" mostly blood from the . r. . , - meagre account I oan get hold of. Two regiments ol Ueneral Meagher' Irish brigade were in the aotion, tbe Sixtv-ninth. Co lonel Nugent, and the Eighty-eighth, Colonel Baker, and thev behaved splendidly In the bayo net obarge made by General Richardson' di vision, to which they were attached. Major General MoClellan personally thanked these reg lmeats for their gallant conduct in the field on that occasion. Their loss in killed and wounded has not yet eeaohed as, but we learn that Lieutenants King and O'Connor, of the r.ignty-eigniu, were bom wounded. 1 Military Commandant of Kentucky. Brigadier General J; T. Bovle has been ap pointed Military 'Commandant of Kentucky, ana win nave nie neaaqqt.riera in Louisville. He derives his authority trow the United States. witn Mia power to establish a stale uuard, and will of oonrse have at his disposal a sufficient force for all purpose. Gen. Boyle commanded a brigade at the battle of Shllob,and waa noted lor hit gallantry, me ueneral it a ton of Chief Justice Boyle, than whom there has been no Kentuoklan more distinguished. Gen,. Boyle, it la oonceaea, is a man oi will and courage, and remarkable for bla firmness. He Is un swerving in his devotion to the Union, and en joys the fullest oonfidenoe of the Union men of Kentucky. ' ' HAnoi a is Muaot. A little boy, wholeslno dead, onoe told a olergyman he was very sorry iur ma ui iu ureaiiua; utxtn oommanamenli " i nou shall do oo murder.".. i - l . iut .. "How do you knew," replied the minister, 'that vott have committed murder?" 'Ob, Sir," said he"! was kngriwith my brother, and I read in tbk Bible, that Wkotttr fltf rflT J rnjr5tVf i John 111,15, A Strong but Just Statement. Ten Eyok, of New Jereey, ta the ponrse of some remarks on the tax bill. Bead ing la the Senate on Thursday last, made tba "'"5 juuu luroiuie reference. 10 too nigh od holy notions which bind tbo loyal osopl i we union to sacred obeerveaco of tbe vwutituuon in an its limitations aa well aa In l ta grant of power. The Senator evldenUy '"P for tbo opinion of those who uscuiceaiy coarga that all arhn Invnk. flnr..tL tutlonal scruples" (o the matter of pnnUbing reoeis are themselves "rehl at w.a 11. saiu; . i .6 "Sir, all our meaanrea here ahonLl h tn save the Union and th Constitution. . This war is for the Constitution, and to compel obedlenoe to it. In carrying on tbla war, and providing means for that nurpcae. we cannot liirnll. overthrow or violate it; is we do, then every artlole of property that we eolte is a robbery, and every man we kill constitute a murder.-, Sir, we are able to crash rebellion and atlU preserve the Constitution unbroken and anim paired. If, with our superiority is man and means, we will not do it, then we deserve to fall." - ' . I Hallccb: to oursne him Into tha ;m. nr Mississippi, where marshes, malaria, .nrl elin fever abound? Haa the wily Frenohman gone there? or la he at Grand Jnnotlonl Where Is this ubiquitous individual and hi crand a.m.? Loui$viIU Expren. ., we can hardly call Beauregard "ubiquitous." He isn't everywhere. For Instanoe, be isn't at Corlntb, and isn't expeoted. In reply to the queotion whether Hallack will pru him Into tbe "wilds where marshes, malaria and yellow fever abound," we would suggest, that. If Beau regard get Into any suoh "wild," It might be well enough to out off all commnnloatioa be tween bim and any healthier region, and leave him and the "marshes, malaria, and vellow f ver" to settle matters between them, If a fu gitive hotly pursued takes refute in hole In tbe rooks filled with bears, ratoxosraad tarantulas, It seems hardly worth wi eti (it low him In. Ltuinillt Journal. , Won't Pav Taxes to Sorroar Lazy Naoaocs. A correspondent saya that be la willing to give all his property for the support of the war, but can not bear the thought of paying taxes io support million oi laav negroes. - He think that Sumner and hit Exeter Hall parly should pay the expenses, and says that If be were in correspondenoe with th nobility, he would tell mem vo. notion rt. . Sheriff's Sale. Jame Ouorry, Guardian, etc - va. Gideon Vandemark etaU Bale by order of Court. BT VIRTUE OF ANORDEROF MALE to ma directed from the Court of Common Pleaa of Franklin eounty, Ohio, I will offer for aaie itt the doer of the Court Houee, In the city of Oolumbui, oa Saturday, the Hlh day of June, A. D. 1863, between tbe hour of 10 o'olook a. m. and 4 o'olook p. a.. the following deidrlbed real eetate, iltaat to th eoan- ty of franklin. State of Ohio, and oity of Columbus. knd bou nded and deacrlbed aafollowai I a- lot No . (even hundred and ninety-eight (7'Jti), altuat an lb Borth atJe of Priend ilreat, and being the aecond lot aalt of fifth treat, and fronting on friend afreet, elrry-two and a half feet by one hundred and elghty-eevni and a half feet north to Cherry alley, being tb full lot of fit feet by Win feat. : . j , . Appraiied at i;m. i C. W. HnirllAN, BhertS, Printor'sfae ft SO. maylO-.ltawtd Sherifif's Sale. Wm. B. Duff VI. 8. C. Preatoa t ...i Common Pleaa. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF a ALB to me directed from the Court of Common Plan of franklin eounty, Ohio, I will offer for sal at to door of tb Court Houn, Is the city of Oolumbui, Ohio aa Saturday, tbe 28th day of Jane, A. D. 1863, . at on o'olook, p. m., th following deeorlbed real ee tate, iituata la th ooanty of franklin, aad State of unto, io wm - Lot numbered ility-eeven and atrty ntn (BT and 80), In ItlM Will It HhutMrllU. M.n. Ul. - Um. . eanveye to aaid Boioaoa o. rratoa by laaao venal ana wue oy aa a. led eenieaaoer Btn, uu. . i Appraiied at Lot No. 07, sue 00. , f . 8S, 650 00. I O10BUB W. BCffMAR, Bheriff, Printer'i fee SI. 50. maylT-ltdawtd Master Commissioner's Sale. ' Samuel Pareoni' Bzecutari) vi. Bopcnor Court. John K. Beyl et al. ) - ) BT virtu of an order of aal to m directed, from th Superior Court of of franklin eounty. Ohio. I will offer for al at th door of th Court Bou, hi lb oity of Colombo, on ( I Saturday, tbo 14th day of June, A. D. 18C2, between the hour of 10 o'olook a. m., and d o'olook p. a.,th following deacrlbed real eatale, eituate in tbk oounty of franklin, and Btat of Ohio, to wl ti i - Lot Mo, avven (7) and ligbt, (8) of Joha aad Henry Miller' lubdlvialon of lot Hoe. elihtv-nlna. 8W nine- ty(00), and ninety-one (Oil. of Oroab' addlU.a to oat. lot eaatof Colombo, aa delineated oa th plat thereof, recorded in volume on, van (event, of th Moonl of piata oi baw oouniy. t appraiied at vwuaach. i 0. W.HCPPMAW. ' . ! Matter CoauBknlonar. Printer'! feaa SI. SO. maylodltwtd ' I NOTICE. Jonn uaerge aanner, pi ur. ) Bupeik VI. franklin count. ,vdu,u . AT.iyn, an ia.r vmo. t TOHIt CLARK aad J. H. ETEL.Trt.non J reiMent of tb State of Ohio, whoa actual place of reiiuenoe w unnwwn. win taae noooa, tnawona oeerge Benner, of Vrankiln eounty, Ohio, did, oa tb 10th day of May, 1802, file hit petition in the Superior Court of rranKiin ooumy, unio, againataaia dark and avalyn, defendant, aettlug forth that aaid J. B. Bvelyn. know ing tbem to be forged, did, oa the 7th and 11th day of vcoeiuDar, icoi, uier aau puoiian aj true ana gonaine two forged deeda, one purportinr to be a warrant deed from laid Benner to (aid John Olark for the conveyance of oartain premiai In th petition deaertbed, and wiied by aaia uenner, toe otner purporting to be a mortgage deed on laid premleei. executed bvaaid John Olaik to aid J. B. Evelyn, to aecor a not in the petition de nrlbed; that aaid two deedcar forged; that they war filed by laid Bvalya for noord In tb Rcoordar1 efilc of I ranklio oounty, Ohio, aad ar recorded, tb oa tn Deed Records, book 73, p 70, tb other In Mortsue Ba- oorda, book No. 17, page 8V, and praying that aaid two lorgta aeeaa may oe oraarea to be cancelled on reoord and held for auht. n i- Baid John Clark and J. B. Breton ara notified that tney ar require, io appear ana answer aaid petition- on or before the third Saturday after th tttth day of Juae, uexi. OTTO DBIBEL, . . Attorney for Plalntift. Colnmbui,Ohii, May 13, 1888. dltwSw -. - Master Commissioner's Sale. Qeorga Dagua'l Ada'r. Wa r- Court of tal.V,rk,i' Common Pleaa of VI. Haitln Swickard oounty, Ohio. TN parroanee cf aa nrAr et tn laid Court to me dl A. reeled, I will offer lor aala at publio auetion, at th door of th Court Boa, tn the oity of Colombo, on a . , j .i.ijil j.. .rT... a rt io.cn oaturuaj, uii avui umj va 4uuu, a. iuu., between th bean of ten o'clock, A. M. and roar o'olook P. M. tbe followint described ml akk litnat in tb eounty of Vrankiln and Bat oiudw, bounded and a- acribed u followit Bein a part of lh aaeond quarter of tn fl. it tT3 ihtp and lUteanth range United Statei kiL.:'.. y !lju, beginning levanty-four role and 7 1-T link. c' ' northaaat corner of aaid quarter; thene aouta on kun dred and twelve polclt thenoe weat eighty pole and 17 8 7llnke; thepoenorth one hundred and twelve pole to- th north line of (aid quarter; these eaa eigniy poie 17 8-7 link to th beginning, eootalnlnf fifty-elx and one-half acre, being tba aaia pramiae deeded by aaid vaiu aaa wii to aaia Dwuaaru. . , . . , -Appraiied at 10 00 pe' acre. - I . W. BCrVMAN, Sheriff, and Mailer Oommlioir, t,. J.OaiToarin.n. Att'y. . ; ,,, Printer' fee 11.50. - mayll-dltAwtd Master Commissioner's Sale.-", R. Bliaabeth f ergutson)' -, ' ... Tl. .. I Court ot Oommoa Fku, Am oi M. Ball et al. ) frankHa eounty. , L a .. , ptJRSr ANT TO Art ORDER OF Sate .uiued front tne tyeurt ar uemmon riaa or rraat Uo oounty, Ohio. In th abov entitled nation, to a dl noted, I ahall offer al publto auotlon, on- y I. : SafneJa. Jnna 1A. 1861 " between th hoar of 1 o'clock A. M. and IS o'olook M., at th door of tb Court Horn of laid oouaty, the oity of .Oolaabas, tb following dorlbd property, to-wlt- - a - Let No. 13 ef John Morrhmn't wbalvlitoa of torn No. 8, , 7, 8 and 38 ef Job MorrMon'taWlUaaJ h oltyot uoiumDUf, rrantlla eoaaty, Oni( ., . n ..Appnuiedat tlM). f RANOIB COLLINS,' v Slarttt OopAOUMlOBtrT, Iiaylt-flllfcwtd ' 1 la I , , fAsas2-g IL wort," 0 ATHABTIO PILLS. r tit i Ara yoa al. It, INiUa, aad , comiAuuhn;) Aic Toaautof otdar; Willi j . i.i ioa aV raaged,and ) ..r t Hiiia x eooifortAblnr . rtwi " tomt an otteit tlte iriW au Vflona fi i.i.,' 'Bum ate alrkamm in . rvuplnt Hpoa you. Mid hnil4 bMWH by a timely' w of tkwtrt rw tirJ-M kr-M aud lene it IhxrUiMmd ko nHWafiiwiry -tke Maet, aad 1M h fluid wova aooe- f of tti tody Ttcvliie ae- it vHyi ffwry MT'""" from UiatMtnMluwuMaMnak. Hmi. Vdl WmiMwlit awtna awiv, aHd oh trtirla )ra tratmnl 4 miotlwiai " WTiM al tmUteifvu, react upon rlienmtval and ahirMiiHWaiieaaa pro dnring ganoral aggrafatiun, anOuf Id, .aaiO. dtaaaee While lu Uila condiUun, oppraaaed by tba oernaii, Uk Ater'e ViUa, and aeo how dlrwtlr Uiy roalor Uu nitnriir nf tluti uf cli Wyitom, Add wilkV th buoyaiu fueling nl IimiIIIi agalirrWliat la U ue and mo apparoot tu ailvlrrvlahwiui vonuiyJHittaialalar)al'atl lu of KV deie(ad and .tUotpwuoe dt.tauixH a. Tha earn. Sui'KiiUvo vttect .inula tlieiii.' Cauaed by atinilar qburuc .iu. n. id derangement of tbanaUral liiiauatnie W ab My, tiioy uo mpidly, and aniny of lli .ui auioly, cured by 1 tru Mine lutmn. "Nona wh know Um tl.i vt Uuee I'lll,, will uvxlrot la ocnplvy Uiwu who aulHttux from tt'tu iIIaiiJuih tiwif cure. , ' ... . . .1,1 ... , ,1 . 1 . l.t. U 1 Mta, f 11, , OtitlUIWUIW. IHim MNMUilf www - p.lu.al cIiiok, ao.l fiuui olber. wall kuvwq pufclia nar- frm a lr-irtfinp tkrOtimt al tt. tjtmr, t, 1.60. Dh. Aa : YMir Pill ue ilttrAOa of all diet I groat in modlcine. Tboy l.v cured my little dtiughtar of ulecrom nronpon her hand! and fcar that had pmred Incurable 4b yaara, liar atothvr ka baen leng (rkiv ounlr Bllll. luJ with blotrhaa and plnjplaaoii bar akiu and n iur hair -After nr ohlbl waa uid, aka. alamie l your Pill, and tUr have cured bar. ... J At a Family Pkyii 1; u ', lir.f. rairfwnnASw'fcrbaai.f f j V.ii i.Ula at the prlnae of purgaa. ,Tbah-aiKallaiil u..iaiiM aurpaa any cathartic w poaaa.' Tbey are mild, but vwy cartata and rfftoal ha Ikeat aaOua, oa the bo rale, wliich iinkea them invaluable to m la the dally treat lO.nt Of dlaeaa. ( IIeadaoho,iaicklleadaclae,rilS4oinaeh. - - tVttm Dr. Umm d Jtofd, lUUmor. DriuliaO. Aik: I cannot auawar i-oo-avAof fwphtuta rhAVb cur with your rtll1tfi'V Ibaulo lari(U vh ettr treat with apurydliM vitdicwt. I placa grimtdopwi dem-oa aa oBectaat eaAhartio-tavmy daUyoaMMt wltli lUwian, and Iwlievlug aa J do that your PHI atloi J wa tb. Iwat we bare, I of cuunw tnlu tbau highly.' " ' ' - ywnCTio,'V,lly'l, M&6 Da. J. 0. Aru. Sir : I bate raywladly ourad of the wore! keadacht any body enn have by a do, or two of your PlUa. II aaam to rtae fnca a AxaV Moaaecb, which tbey cleana at once. Tottra with great reepect,- ' KDiVT PBEBLI!, ii m -.'l t CTrr a aiamwar flkvun. Billon Dlaorder Llvar Coaaplailai. Jpum Dr. Thmim BtU, rAiw Tork Ory. i Not i ly kra your Pills admirably adaptnl 10 tlielr put poa a an aperint, but I Had tliatr lamMtcial aanoaawpon tha l.lvor foi-y marked ludowl. , They have lu my (i rat tle proved niore'eflertual for the cur of tiutrni brm- ftainU than any oua roairdy 1 oa awntlou. 1 alacayaly rt-joire tint w. nave ai wutim a purgniue which u oi tby tha coubdouca of tha ptafcaaam and Uwawoptav. Darannmn or.yaa lAaaiaa,aTl ra.hiu.a.0, D. U., 7tUreb,lntt. I Sib 1 1 hav uaed your Hlla tn my general and hoapual practice vr ainra you mada then, and oanoot baattat to eay they aro tbe beat eatbartlo we employ, Thalr rego- g action on An utac H quicc aaa aaanwa, aoaaa- quently tbey are an admirable remedy lor etonngmnent of tha organ. Indeed, I have eeldom -found can of bMeiu diwaaa aa ofcattaa UmUH M aot readily yield to tbem... Aiateraolly yww -jLLrMABALL,H.D., --irteiaai Ott Mtrmt UMfid Dyaaatery, Dlaa-rJa. Stalaw, WaWa. ran Dr. , 67. Oraan, (Mog,,j.,)val fonr Fiila have had a long trial tu my practice and 1 bold thanutaateentaiatwof tb beat aperkwt I have found. Tlwir altawtlv aOact tataU Tlwir altaaatlv aOact oa tb lira leak them an eioellent remedy, wboo glran io amall.doaoa fur bQumi iymnttrt and diarrkma. that wigjak (jatiqg makaa them very aoeeptabl and copreBDtuatbjoa rtf mntntm and elillrlran. fc t " Iryapepala, Ioapnrlty- of th BldOdU rvm Jim. J. F.J2MU, "attar tf jiJimU OnntOii-Otttm. : . Da. Am: I bay weed your pun wfA MttMrtiaaay auecea iu my family and among thoaa am called to vtait In dlatraa. Tirulat tb Waai f ealtoa-iaod purify tba blaod, tbey ara tha very beat movij I hav ver known, and I caa oonfldVntly raoommood tbem tu my friend. four, u i. t.Vlki. - Wiaaaw. WromlM Co N. T Oct. 4. 18H. Una Bra : I am uaing your Cathartic Pllla la my prao. lha ilea, ana ana inen aa acoeiMot anrgativato c Ml.m .m,1 'u tk. fmlninmi.t A. idtU , JoiiN o. We Acn Aif, it.i) rontlpatlAa,Co(tlwa'9apnreMloa, HhcniMtlaam, OoatManlIav Uwo ay, FaralyaU, Fit, eto,, , . .. tSrm Dr. J. I'. Vaughn, ATonfrraf, Hknad ' Too much cannot be aaid or your Pllla t tb cure at cowtmirai. If other of our fraternity hav fbaud thaw aa euVacioua aa I have, thwy ahould Join me In prooUiui Ing l kx tha bandit of tb multitude who ataOat r(ran that couipluint, which, althongh bad enough lu Haeif, U tha prugonHor ar enr WMit ara wxMm I berleve Cut Umuti to originate in tba lirer, but yoav Pllh) arteot tktu organ aud euro the JEmmum. ' From Vrs, E. Stuart, ffiystcian and AhVvir, Afw. I And eno or two large doaea of your Pllla, take at riu proper lime, ara excel lut jiromotivee of tba eWnwi finn niton 'wholly or imrtially anppreMe.1, ana alio vary ftVchud In efntnta Uia Maauuk aad awpat wmm.' tbey are eo luuib the beet phyal w kv. that recouuaaad no Mti to-iny patlonta. ; - ' Frtrtlt the Bn' Dr. BZwIttt.nftht UrthiHiti BpuT.XHwrea. V PoUhii Uoiaui SaWnoahAlat, Ja a, ajaai lli'NoHfD 811,1 I alxmld bo mturrateful fof tba wltal ynurnklll baa th ought moif f rfii ant report "my caa to you v A od aattlatl lu my Ihnbeajad brpnybt oa aaoya eating nmralmc paint, which endi-d In cAionicj'iruma hrth Ntwltbatanglba4aaaorbvaiaiaba iliweae grow worse and wore, until by the ajHoaof your earollont agent In L'altimore, Dr. Mackentle, I tried your Pllla. 1 heir effocta were slow, but aura. By Daraerarhic in4hauafthm, 1 am D.w wliraly wall, i ik ' if Sckat Cuna Baton Boaga, 1-, t Dae, tsJ Lu. Area : I hare been entlraly rured, by your FlUayOf Kh'imniic &f a painful Atutn tbat tiad arSlrrod mr furyoaw. - . . ..VINCKNT; SUDBLLt, aa-.M.t iA the Pill tn nurkrt oatafe Maroory, which, iillbougli a valuable remedy In akllful hand, ia diiugcrona In a publia pill, from tha eadftil-oja-quencoa that utkiiwutiy fctUoJe IU Innantkiua aaa. Tbaaa contain uo niarcuiy or luiuoriii auboca.wliatovava Price, cents per Box, or 6 Boxea foytl. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER ai CO .LoweiL Kaaa. and lor al byO. B0BKRT8, Ooluabua, an4 ,by all dealer la medielne everywhere. - it April W, lrHI-owly ... M.Ks - ITB.7SCST- 'X SELTZimmiEllT. Thl valuable and popular Medloine oa aniveraaify r oelved th moat fhvorabla laaetaawadatl ol tb MaaaoAk taaaaaaaoa aad, tb Poauo ai tb aMt arrauaiT ajuraaaaaaaui r S A L I N E: A P E K:I E fi;T. It may bruaed with tb bast Maot lM ' 0t.'Jwu and ' F4trib- ViiM ihXhenuk .: Sick Hdaoko, Ae, Lft. af-AtptitU, a , Jndiwtion, Acidity M Jht StonvtOf, n I erpiauw . mi amiptv, www, . Rheumatic AffuUtm, ' am ai ooaiuiint witat ' A Gentle and OoolHi Atirint Tor JPurjtatlra ia liulraxl. . tt Ii p.rlioalrry adapted t tb want efTrkv! lay Saa aad Land. laMuti ka Hat Cllmatae, PrMl Bedentary Bablbj, Invalid aad Caovakwoanut Oa-tttna of Veaael and PlanUra will find It a valuabl aduiUws to their Madioal Cbt. -t It ta la ih form of a Powder, earefally pat'ap la bottiai to keep in any elunete, and merely reulrer '. - ' --TtatOTpouredapon rttopradao ' - ' .' btralaarvMcnu & . . ;. i n iwaw)-j..c,.J . ..,. Namra taatlmoaala from Brotaaaleacl aad aai gantlamen ol tha klgnaat aaUag thrwehaat oaao try, aad lttadlly tnoroaaingpop'ilarHr for aaarleaal yaari, strongly guarantee lie ouiomh' and valuable cuius acrer, and eoamand It to th (Store fa aortc of an la- aillgeat publio. v i. j j. - u -i-a hjj ii. i ' ManufaohnwdMrybjr u : T ARRA W t '&"C0Vr'u Ho: 275 flrmwiclVo t4 eor.Arrea f., Now r'gorax. . 'iat aVMrtlf.tr nV nfirti.lrtl'a '1jii . V mvm. --" - v. i V V U.M, . . Apmst, lBBS-dawiy El ,ii .mil. . ft l ( . zztlza I ,j0rzbnl?3 1 tft Ff .. CnAftBEKBIEs ftOO attss t i) i.o .iilu i n Vrawutaw ' aW"g