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mnymtmiT KUXEB, JublUners.
-'"COttlMBUS,' OHIO.
' WlJRDAY MORWjNO, JUNE 7, 1863.
Mo. 37 Prk'R. New.. York, end 6 Bute
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1 AseerltteaoaU gad BttHerlpttooa for UMMI lew
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THE NATIONAL PLATFORM.
Purposes of the War.
. Lay. MlRLT ClUtlWOCt, ! TBI
JJIiT .at- or
naaM iVt T. 0. RfMII OS LOT ALT! I
. .si. 1h?01IL.il'" cull -or b.e HMD foreed
t toZTli dl.oDlo.tatt of the eontbarn
- SJ- i. aril airaliial th Oonttl allonal Got. re-
. ta JS op"" " ta tD,u
- ? . !ac Oongraea. boolahlog (II reeling of
"'nnd rSIni. -HI VVllee. nlylts
vKvHWMAol ooaotry. n""?i
, "7. 4. ... mi ntmraMioa, or Am- any
- S1M of m- t,ao kut - " "?
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r ,seeo aia tto -r eV
fa
.l . f A are VwlBSttwere WtU4 !
" TB Btti or Obi . Ex. Dip sbttibbtJ
, , ; T CowmmI. Ms, 30. 1868.
,tfmmmif-OUn -
f' B tolegtwii Jut tel4 from 8eorUry
. gtoatoa, 1 a Mibortltd o owpt folonteert
jiht hre monthi ooill tbe lOih iJ of Jono.
' ; All we wqoirod to report ml Cmp Cbf , od
' ' bo mue toted la by tbt doy . fJ will oommenoo
"Irim tbo do of BMWriog In. , Nouo bat tble
odkd awo, botweoo tbo W bf oigbtoen ond
- fbrw fio.willboMopwd. I wn lo ulbor
. Uod to rUt additional re glmeatt for tbwe jert
dirlog tbo war. Roljlof opoo to 1oji meo
Vf U to W Bt In proioi'1!
fa ih. ?feidt'o oU, tbt Oalo mj rk
V oaoig tbo first In cwblog om tbo unholy re.
. , DAVID TOD,
': kytf. . ," Gorercor.
Governor Stanley, his Instructions
Governor Stanley, his Instructions and the North Carolina Law.
la rbrniry 1m, Otnwol Booc ond Com
' ' modoro Ooi.0: oo oo tbe f .owry at Ron-
od took powmioo of Nobern ood tbo
nolgbborlog couotry. Soon fu-rrd, tbe
AhohUonlM of W York tent o Dr. Vwomt
. Combo to North Corolloo, who wao appointed
by General Bomdi 8nperintndent of tne
Poor," and ao ed la too flouwo oapecu oi
GoTornment official and a mtoaonary to, and a
teacher of contraband, Urder hU antploei,
' tobooU were opened at Newbern for bUoke.
' and a aort ot boarding bonao or mleilon sutlon,
wbloh became a rendtarone and refuge for run-
' away eUfea., JNear the close ot last month,
V the Pieaident appointed Mr. Eowm Stawu
Military Gcweraor of North Carolina, bla na
.. Uto Btato.,, Soon aftor Us arrlfa! at Neobero,
fte new Gsrernor directed the colored schooU.
' to be closed' in accordance with a law of tbe
'State, and aided loyal masters tarecoerlog
' thetf fuglUre slates whom Dr. Coitib and his
Abolltioo associates were sheltering aod con
. '' oealisg la order to run tbem North.
; Mixed up with these Abolition operators, wae
& H. Haursa, a brother of the notorious a. n
BiLa of Impending Crisis" memory. Tbi.
!i ' H. H. Hxlkb wrote an impudent letter to Gotr
' Stajuxt, dated Newborn, May 30, In which be
Stated that be "enlisted In tbe semce as a pn
'fate for the purpose of lighting down the slare-
bolders' rebellion" (eaing tit usual slang phrase
1 oJ the New Yak Triiune); bu: that In Febru-
rj last, he wu "mastered out of the serTioe
:k . hie oa anolIcatioD, that he might get some
-tallltary or df il office in bis natii a State, Ntb
' Carolina. Bujik Informed the Governor that
' e bad mede bad beginning of his admlnis-
sradoe la closing tbe negro schools, etd In
quired whether this first act indloaud ths line
of poliay he, the Governor, Intended to adopt.
If Hitm said be would need no further
liehi. aaJ would repaie as soon as praoUoabte
- to Inn the State, aatirfi'ed as he w.s, that be
. eoold render the Siate we suttee so acceptable
u tka Oaroruor and tkim.
( L Tking tbe gtien al bis word, Governor
r' - . .. L .t - B . U. ..V.I
i KT4HU7, inroogo tw. .
quired Mr. Hsusx to leave the Department In
the fi'St weatel going North, aod furolsbed bim
with tbe neoessary order lor transportation. Oo
the evenloi of tbe 3d lost , Btuca, Dr. Col-
TM and others of their Abolition associates, sr.
tlvad m New York.
i Ceagreat, on Monday.tbe 31 init., adopted lo
y'the Senate at the instance of Mr. Etmnia, and
la the Honse, on motion of Mr Hicxaaw reeo-
. , lotions, calling for copies of tbe orders and in
, v ttrnotioDi gtvea lo tbe Piovlsional Governors ol
. . TaBBaocae and North Carolina, ine nouse
' resolution also wqulred iniormation as to Gov.
BTaRUT'a closing the schools for slaves in
' North Carolina. The next day, -Tuesday, copies
of the' commission and instructions to.Gov.
8T4IOXT were transmitted by the Secretary ot
War to the Senate. Tbey are as follows :
"
GOV. STANLEY'S COMMISSION.
Sow. Eowsio Brwiir6iai-Youare here
bf appointed Millsai) Govornor ot tbe Siate ol
X North Cwtea, with aaiborlty to exercise and
perform, within tt.e iimita of that Siate, all and
sioul tbe powors, auties and funetiooe per
tailing to be office of M Hilary Governor, io-
elndug lbs puwor to esuoftdb all neoe.eiry of
f floes oJ tnbooals, and sutpend tbe writ of ba
he's cor Cm, dor eg tbe pleaore of tbo Presi
dent, or Onil fbe iobab'Mnta of that State
ball orgaatao' 4 otvil Aovernmrat, In oonlor
.miiy wtjh theCoBti'a'inw of ih U"ed States.
A
U
oi
EDWIN M STANTON,
Secretary of War.
[Seal attached by the Adj General.]
HIS INSTRUCTIONS.
Sin : Tbe commUtlon jo have received ex
pressed os hs faoe she Asiun and powers de
it tbe appoint Bent of Military
wolved 0' yowby
Governor of JJiwtb Crolina. loavaottons have
. . boea given to M Jor-Geoeral Bartside to aid
u . yoe io tbe pr'ormt.C I jour duiy and tbe
id exeteiseef yworantbority.i lie haa alto been
& losirueted so det.il an edeqitic military forc e
for tbe special purpose of Goverotr's Guard.
end to aet aoder your direction- ' It Is obrioa.
to yoe th.t ths great porpo-e of your sppoint
Boot is to re taublUb tbe authority of b
Federal Gjveraaaat io the State of North Cr.
.. oltns and provide tba mens of maintaining the
'u pwaoe and security of the lijal inbabitanw of
. toat State aotil tbev sbtU be able lo eatablish a
etB government Upoo your wisdom a- d ener.
' ' ' t0 oi1jo much will depeoj in accompli. b
b tbat result. Itianot deemed necefs.ryto
give an; speefio losiruotious, bat rthr to
toifiile In yonr sovnd discretion ip adopt inch
n...nrd oircamrUncee' mT denivod
l fjpeo'flo insiroetioos wiU be given when r. quest
ed. Yoe may sely ou the perfeot conbdeooe
and ioll support of tbe veparuneo in we per
tVroaooeot you' luties ' ! "i C '
With respeot. yoar osdiMi servant,
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Hon ED. STANLEY, Mil, Gov. N. Carolios.
Ia transmitting the,' the' Secretary of War
atatel that the eommlaslon end Instructions of
GoverBor Jomisoit were tbe ssae In tarns-' '
Tbsrs Is a law In force on tbe statute-book of
North Carolina, enaoted in 1831, mtktng it a
penal iffjose tq teaah a slave to read or write,
or sell or give him any book or pamphlet
This, whether proper or improper, right or
wrong, as a .measure of policy, is tbe lav of
Nonh Cirollna, enaoted by ber Legislature,
and ss valid and binding upoe all the peopje
and residents of tbe State as any law of tbe
land.,
It is said that Gov. Stsnlxt's Instructions do
not dlreot him to euforoo the local laws of
North Carolina. But they do Inform him In
emphailo terms that tbe great purpose of bis
"appointment ia to re.establiah tbe authority of
the Federal Government In the State of North
Carolina, and (mark the words) provide the
mesns of maintaining the peaoe and security of
the loyal inhabitants of that State until they
shall bs able to establish a civil gov.rnment,''
How is Gov. Stanlxt, unless he makes himself
mere mllltsrr dtoWtor or an absolute despot,
to maintain "Ibe peace at-d security" of tbe
loyal people of North Carolina, without en
forcing the laws of tbe State, easoted for that
very purposot The reaHon why Gov. BTANLir
Is so virulently assailed aud his removal so Im
peratively demanded Is, that nobody is to be
considered loal in a slave or free Staio, unless
be Is an Abolitionist or io olote communion
with Abolitionists. This truth Is beginning to
flish over tbe publlo mind, end will soon cause
a tremendous upheaving. ' ' - '
The Journal on Gov. Stanley.
Yesterday morning's Journal showe the
cloven foot of Abolitionism lo enormous propor
Hons ' It Is full of pious Indignation and holy
wrath against Gjv. 6thht lor eolorctog the
Uw of North Carolina prohibiting tbe teaching
of flares. It rajs that If the Governor has
made "(he enormous mistake" of enloroiog that
law, "there will be no denunciation too severe
for a blunder so bugs as to become a or I me
against rlgbteonsnees and humanity." Tbus It
is a orime In the ejes of our Abolition ootempo
rary for (he Goernnt of a slavs State to enforce
the laws of such State reg-uLting tbe relation
of muter and slave. Saob Is tbe Republio.n
Ism that bas heretofore made such loud profes
sions of not designing to loterlere with tbe do
mestic Institutions or rights of aoy Stats.
Tbe Jourol unveils lie 8umoer-L)vejoy-Ben
Wade Unionism Itwbinre about "measures
of oooeillatlon," end then exclaims : " Tbe
standard of conciliation must be such as the
Government, ruling In troth and righteousness
(that U In the ttutb and righteousness of Aboil,
tioolsm, and net according to the Cooaiitntioo)
shall prescribe." And it goes oo to say la sub
stance tbat if Governor 8tnlit has no higher
ground of conciliation la North C aollua than
ibal of enforcing its State laws, be utterly
" misrepresents both tbe spirit of the Govern
ment and ibe spirit of tbe age " - i
, Here then ia a distinct, open and candid
avowal by tbe central organ of tbe so-called
Union party la Onto, that Bute lawawbich Ab-
oUiIobicts do not think consistent with. " truth
and rigtateonmws," ere not to be enforced by
tbe Provisional. Governors of States j but the
people are to be deprived of their property scd
rights under State laws without redress, and an.
archy asd military despotism are to bs tbe order
of tbe day; under Federal rule, in the South.
For men who advocate snob a policy as tots,
to talk of their' Unionism, is double-dyed and
double-distilled hjpocricy, II will jiot only
drive the mass of lbs Southern people from tbe
Union; but, brglnmog with abrogating Bute
laws b j Federal authority, it is a process for an
nihilating 8 tats Governments aud States them
selves. Il is a policy, ia its Inmost meaning
and ultimate purpose, as blaok and treasonable
as secession itself, of which it Is a twin-brother.
In the House of Representatives at Wash,
logton,' on' the Bib. . Inst., Mr. Wicxurrs, of
Kentucky, asked leave to offer a resolution of
ltqulry as to General HcNTia's organising a
negro regiment io South Carolina. An Aboli
tionist, one Blaii, of Ohio, objected, and the
resolution under the rules oould not be offered
t is tbua tbat information is withheld from the
people. . But' Geoeral Bontkb has organised in
whole or io part regiment of negroes officered
by white men. Tbat much in certain- Whether
be has doue so by any authority higher than
bis own will be known htreafttr, even If tbe
mtjoelty in Congress do attempt to hoodwink
and blind tbe people in regard to this and simi
lar operations. ' ' '
Tat Cincinnati Oattitt e Washington special
states that it Is said the President says the
present is not the proper time to interfere with
Gov. Stamlxt- Many leading Republicans,
however, demand bie removal. Probably tbe
matter will eoon come up again lo both Honses
of Congress.
Tbi Missouri State Convention now in ses
sion at Jtfferson City, met on the 91 Inst, in
pursuance of Governor Gamilx's call, for tbe
purpose of dividing the Bute into Coogressloo
al Districts, and "tbe transaction of other neces
sary bnslneee."
Tax Cincinnati Qautte of yesteiday morning
bas an ertloie, ridiculing Governor Starlit for
enforglog North,Carollna laws, and attempting
to restore tbe Union as it was. More sod more,
do these pretended Abolition Unionists manifest
their hostility to tbe Union. . Tbey ridicule and
mock at the Idee of its restoration. Yet they
come before tbe people, and claim to be Union
men. Never was more black-hearted deception
practiced upon any people in any age or any
oouotry. . . s - . - j
Aonisoe F Roukll. late Secretary of Stat,
has been appjii ted bj Gov Tod, Sate Trn.ir
lent in New York ol'v. Tbe salary Is EK WU
succeeds J.mss A.flrigts, former ly a oniseo
Cleveland- . ;.
SaSaSlasSasewisaa'
Tbi transfer books of Ohio 8'fe stocks will
clused, at the apnoy lo New York, from Ibe
U.b inst uotil tbe 16 b of Jmviand tbe interest
oo tbe Siate d bt, some tUO OHO. will be paid
bv toe commie-toners of .toe SiuJtina Food, fa
cola, from tbe lit until the 15;h ol July. .
in
of
The Journal on Gov. Stanley. Recognition of Hayti and Liberia--
The Journal on Gov. Stanley. Recognition of Hayti and Liberia--Negro Equality
In tbe d;ecaseloD la the House of Representa
tives at Wsshlngton, oo Toesdoy, tbe 31 inst.,
prtoedibg t'oe peuage of the bill, reoogoieiog the
tndependeooe of the Governments of Hayti and
L'bsila, and openlog diplomatic reletlons with
Ibem. Mr. CoX, of Ohio, saidt ., ',' '
Tba ohjeot detlsoed was not so much to In
crease commerce, but to give a sort of dignity
aod (quality to those Republic, beoause their
otiixeiiS happen to be black, fie ergted the
Consuls were tbe more appropriate agents to
pioeaote tbe interetts of commeroe. He asked
tbe gentlemao from Masttobutettf whether be
expected a Minister In return torn Hj ti. '
Mr Gonch said tbat ne wiatwo to put Haiti
s tAs tsnM footing es othtf indfdtnt ntin$,
d il U.t Kei.tlit ikuuld sd a MimuUr hi
ohomU vtscit ktm, Jj.t tbe same as Eoglaud ata
Frauce will do.
Mr. Cox said Hjtl debarred all white from
eOoe. ' d drntrqmet th' mould ei e wears
MinUl,r kr: with uUlktriakU and e'lOnilfes sa
jiiyti ky Lord Lgutu ead Coanf MersttT. ; s
mt. resaetioeo, oi inaiue, - buds w annw
wh.f oblecilon the gentleman from Ohio had to
that.- -' " u - '
of
of
of
'
ef
on
.
Mr r, t Mniid that ha objected because It
raised tbe blsck man to an equality with tbe
white. He bad thought this Government wae
made for white men. He reoollecteo that the
gentlemen from Maine (Fesserdee) said some
thing like ibis tbe other day, name)) t he would
prefer tbat tbe Uolou should not bs restored
than tbat slavery be continued." Tbe gentle
man would destroy tbe commonwealth (or tbe
purpose el getting at a blsck man.- Mr. Cox.
la his argument, said that tbe people ol Haj ti
bad not tbe power to rise above ignorance, cor
ruption and supers-ltlon for the last seventy
years. Tbe only object wae to drese up tbe oe-
n Mlnlatar.la'ha mishlbo sent hither, lu (Old
Uoe, with tight leggings end shoe bucklee of
tbe old style, ana peroaps pus a wig ou oia u,
and send bim to tbe White House to bs tbe
laogbiog stock of all who ooogregate thtrs.
He was not to be considered so muoh the repre
sentative of Hayti as of tbe free negroes ot this
city, and to whom they would look as tbe god
of their idolatry.
'at a meeting of the Union men of Owen
county, Kentucky , held at the town of Owen
ton, May 81, the following, among other resolu
tions, were adopted without diasent : ,
Rtiolved, Tbat tbe present orlsls demands that
every patriot should stand boldly and firmly by
tbe country, Its constitution aod its laws; aud
tbat every tffort abould be made to defend Ibe
oue and sustain tbe other. "
Ratlttd, Tbat we consider tbe Abolitionists
of the North ae tbe worst enemies to the Gov
ernment, and wedenoonoe all the scbemee of
emancipation, abolition, and oonfiso'tlob, wbloh
tbey have proposed In the present Congress,
as subversive to tbe Constltudon aod danger
ons to tbe rlgbte end liberties of tbe whole
peoole.
Btiolttd, That we deem it tbe Indispensable
duty of every man to attend tbe polls and vote
for meo who are knoun to be loyal j end we
pledge ourselves to rte for to man whose loyal
ty is susptod.
The Kind of Troops Wanted.
Il may not be amiss to -repeat that tbe Gov
ernment will reoeive tbe following troops, vix :
First. Volunteers to serve lor three years or
tbe war. i i
Second. Independent militia companies, al
ready organised, equiped, end ready lor eervioe,
te serve three months.
Tbird. Tbree months' volunteers, to be used
es e guard to the rebel prisoners of wer.
Democratic County Conventions.
Democratic County Conventions for the selec
tion of delegates to tbe Democratic State Con
vention in this city on tbe 4.b of July next, will
be held oo Saturday June 81, at Mausfield,
Riohland county; at New Lexington, Perry
coootyiat Ashland, Aiblandoouctj;atGsorge
town, Brawn county; el Lwctster, Fairfield
Ouuutj; at Davtoo, Montgomery couotjj at
HilUboroogh, H'gbland oounty; at Canton,
Staik county; and at Greenville. Dtrke count
aod on S.turday, Jaue 28, at Ztnesvilie Mus
kicgum count ; at Coshootsn, Coshocton county ;
and at Lima, Allen ojuoty.
Gxsxxal Cass ia reported to be lyicg danger
ously ill at bis borne in Dot. oil.
[From the Zanesville Courler.]
Rev. Utah Heath.
Two months have passed sioce this devoted
Minister of tbe Gjspel passed away from ' oor
midei. We bare round tbe following concern.
log his life and servicee, wbioh we print for
Ibe gratification of bis numerous friends. '
Rev. J. M. Trimble baa kindly furnUhed the
following list of bis sppointmsnts: His first ap
pointment was uranvuie circuit; tne two fol
lowing years be labored opoo Marioo vlrcui';
lBJB-tf, Wortblnftoo; 1S4U- I,Zneeville; 1643,
Newark; 1B4J-4 Agent of tbe Ubin Waeleyan
Uolveraiiit 1845, Sprlosfieldi 1846, M.rittta:
JB4, Aeeotor iae wortniogton remaie Semi
nar); 1B4B, Wortbington; tbe loliowtog three
yeara Presiding Elder upon Marietta district.
aod tbe following tbree upon Colombo, district;
lBoo, Agent ot ibe Traot Society; iBob, Arenl
for Town strset ; Church, Columbo 1857-8.
Presiding Elder on Portsmouth distrioti 1859-
60, Agent of tbe Wilberforoe Universitjj 1861,
seventh street, mesvtiie. ne was a delegate
lo the Geoeral Cooferwnor of 1856
In ail these diveroified fields to which he was
appotnted;py the authorities of tbe Church, be
labored wito great leal and effloienoy. As an
embassador of Christ he complied a few hae
done with tbe apostolio UJunttlon: "Preach the
word; be instant inseeoo,out of rason re
prove , rebuke, exhort with all long etffering and
doctrine." He was careful in bie preparations
for tbe polpll, atudjing prayerlnlly and earn
estly to know the "mind of the Spirit," and bis
message wae delivered with au earnestness and
oooilon which iudioaied both his own xeal and
tbe Spirit's presence- But his labors were by
no meens ooLfluel to tbe pulpit. Toe prayei
meetins, tbe olassroom, tbe family circle,' tbe
cssoal meeting were all witoesses of tbe eame
erneat efforts tor tbe spiritual bsntut of others.
Nor did be overlook, ae bot too many do, tbe
temporal wanta of those wbose oiicumstances
call for sympathy and aid. Those eick aod io
prison were visited, tbe bungry fed, end tbe na
ked clothed. 1 bote lo bonds be remembered
as bound with Ibem, and tbe potr inebriate wae
lifted up and iorpirvtd with resolution and bops.
As a Christian patriot be lifted up his voice
against national corruption and oppression
Two sons be gave to tbe ermy to aid in suppres
sing tbe present rebellion, end at the time of
bis death was supernieoaiog tne sneirs or tblr-ty-six
families of absent soldiers. It is needless
to say tbat In the cause .of missions, Sabbath
schools, and of Bible and traot distribution he
took a deep (merest. . To these greet auxiliaries
of the Cburob he sought to give all possible m
Cieucy His devotion to tbeoauseof eduoation
ia deserving ol special notioe end oommendatlon.
By refereooe to bis appointments it will be seen
tbat fur five yesrs be labored as agent for dif
ferent literal y institutions. ' These were among
tbe mom laborious aod successful yeara of bli
life Bot not only are these institutions largely
indebted to bim for his self den)tng labors
wbile sgent for tbem, bot tor bie constant et
forts io their, behalf as trustee end patron.
Indeed, In bim every good cause found a ready
advocate, aod an eudleooe of one was sufficed
to call forth hie most eloquent pleadings
Wbat his band found to do he did with all his
might. .
A Prediction.
Henry Clay as early as 1839, made a speech
in tbe senate, in wnicn toe loiiowmg ooenrreo
A portion of this prpbecy has been alreadr ful
filled; and if tbe hatred even now 'engendered
increasee for another year la the seme ratio
tbat It has for the past, btd abolitionism pos
sesses tbe power, we msy see toe turner luinii
meut of his sdditiooal words tbat "beneath tbe
ruins of tbe Uoioo would be buried, sooner or
later, the lioerty of both raoes." Mr. Clay
aid:- - ' '
The abolltloni'ts. let me suppose, snooeed
tbeir present aim ot uniting the Inhabitants
of tbe tree States as one men against the inhab
itants of tbe slave Statee ' Union on one side
will beget union on tbe other. And th prooess
consolidation will be attended wltrt all the
violent prejudices, embittered end Implacable
animosities, which ever degraded or deformed
bumao nature -A virtual dissolution of the
Union will have taken place, whilst the forms of
lie existence remain Tbe most valuable ele
ment o' union mutual kindness, tbe teeiings
sympathy, the 'ratrol bonds which cow
hsppily unltu will hsve been exingu'sbed
forever.' One section will stand io maoaotr-g and
hoatlla arrav asralnst tbe otber. Tbe oollisioo
opinion will be quickly followed by tbe clash
arms." ' .. . ,
Local Matters.
97 Bon. Cbaunoey N. O ds will deliver tbe
annuel addrese before tbe Pbllopbroaeea LI'C
rary Society et Weetervllle, Ohio, on Wednes
day evening. June lltb, 1863. ':
Tax Cccat. Io tbe Common Picas, tbe one
Beatty v. Butler, and la the Superior Court,
the ease of Stambangh V- the Fishers, ere still
trial.' In both oases, oo the adjournment of
the two Courte last evening, tbe witnesses had
been nearly all examined.:; , lie
There were In Beatry r. Butler eWty-flve wlU
nesses "twenty for plaintiff, sad forty-five for
defendent.
DEMOCRACY OF FRANKLIN
COUNTY.
. - .
Notioe 1e hereby ven to tbe Democrxoy of
Franklla oounty so meet en Friday, rfune ma,
1862, between tbe houre of three and six o'olock
P. M.i In the townships, and ! and eight
O'olock P.M., lo the wards, et the niusl plaou
of holding electloss, exoept Norwloh township,
which will be bold at Soofleld'i school-house, to
appoint delegates to attend the County Conven.
tlon, to meet ia tbe City Hall la tbe city of Co
lnmbus, on Saturday, Jane S8tb, at 10 o'olock
A. M-, for the purpose of nominating eleven
delegates to tftend tbe State C invention, to be
held in the olty of Columbus oi. Friday, tbe i.h
day of July. . ,
The following Is the number of delegate! al
lotted to each ward and township, based upon
tbe vote oast for Governor in 1861, allowing
one for eaob fifty, and an additional delegate
for each fraction of twenty-five votes so oast;
let Ward. '
e
s
Mffln township
2d
31
CllLtOtt , "
Sharon
Wssbiogton "
Perry
Norwich "
Brown "
Prairie "
Pleasant "
Jackson "
Franklin . "
4h
5th " - -
Montgomery tp.
M.diaon "
Hamilton " 1
Truro
Jrfferson "
P.ain , , , , "
Rl.ndnn' '
14
et J
3
1st Ward will meet at North Engine House.
91 Ward at Buokeyo Hotel.
3d ."," City Mayor's Office.
4.h " Slmonton'i Exohange.
5 h ' " South Engine House.
jj
3
WM.DOMIGAN,
L E. WIWCM,
JOH FALKENB CH,
MtL DOrtKHlY,
PATRICK DUNN.
AG HIBB9,
JACOB ARC OLD, '
M03B StYMOUR,
WM. COOPER.
Rsuoiods NbTioe Right Rev. Bishop Bedell
will preaoh ou next Sunday morning in Trinity
Church, end in St Paul's in tbe alter noon at 4
o'olock. At night confirmation will be admin
istered at Trinity Chuicb.
June 5.
s "l ,, 4 " ""
IT Messrs. Cloud dr, Trsoy will sell at auc
tion, on the corner of State and High streets,
on Saturday moruing, June 7 b, at 10 o'olock
A. M., fire head of burses, ooe wsgoo end one
buggv.
' ,t6S:d '" " ' V ' ' ' "
D I will offer this morning at pablio lucUod,
on tbe corner of High and Broad streets, a first
rate, .one-bone fsmlly oarriage, lu pcrieot order;
made by the celebrated builder, Wa.sop, U
Poiladelpbia. Tois will be a rare chance for a
good bargain. .:; V. R. GLAZIER, '
Auoiiooeer.
Car ChasiFj,ao Raiawo. Colonel Moody
Oil led on ns yesterday and gave ue a polite In
vitation to Camp Chase this (8aturdaj) after
noon at 3:30 P. M , to participate in the eervi
oes of tbe grsnd flag' raising et headquarters.
A splendid Garrison Flag will be thrown to
tbe brecis from a Aug staff some eighty to nine
ty feet high.
The flag-staff will be raised et 9.30 P. M
after wbiob epeeobee appropriate to tbe occasion
will be delivered by Governor Tod, ex-Governor
Dennison and Hon. Samuel Galloway.
Judge S wayoe bas been invited end is cx-
peoted to bonor tbe ooosslon by bie presence.
Colonel Moody Informs us that there are
about tbree tboussnd soldiers in camp. -
These volunteers ere mainly for tbree months
general service, and are a very superior dais
of met), probably the best ever offered for the
service of the United States.
The colleges of tbe State ere largely repre
sented by tbeir stndects end Professors, snd the
greatest enthusiasm prevails.
Tbe good order in the Camp is remarkable.
Squads and companies employ from four to six
hoora dally In drill-
Three regiments will be organised In e few
days.
There ere about fourteen hundred rebel prii.
oners in Camp Cbase. "All quiet on tne
Soloto."
PeoMOTiow John J. Jewett,' of ZioeevllTa
Adjutant of the Seventy-eighth Ohio regiment,
has been promoted to tbe position of Cspiein
on Gen. McDowell's staff.
[Communicated.]
What motive tbe city authorities have to
Interfere In a harmless enjoyment of a great
portion of tbe Inhabitants ol Lqipmbus, l am
at a loee even to Imagine, exoept it be fur tbe
purpoee of securing a distioguisbsd bonor for
ibis city. In inrnUbing at a future day, some
pbilanibropio missionaries or diplomatic repre
tentativea to tbe ooU'ti of H.jtl or Liberia,
when tbe now so muob looked for embassadors
shall here returned, disgusted with their mis
siou.
If this should be tbe rel otee, I doubt very
much the suocess of the autbritte lo trjlug to
convert the 8unday lager beer drinke s fnto
sanotified embaaeadors to Hayti and Liberia;
but if it should merely be to annoy aod vex
tbe woik'ng claf see, particularly tbe German
Inhabitants ot tbis city, by prohibiting wbat
Is to tbem a customary and habitual enjoyment.
in partaking a glass ot lager beer In a saloon
on a Sunday, and wbat baa been so long of no
barm to any one, then It Is quite evident that
tbis Is not intended for tbe benefit of tbe oom
muolty at all, but merely to gratify some per
sooal grudge against foreigners, wbiob, in spite
of tbeir true devotion to tbeir adopted oouotry.
oome superstitious or hypooritioel parlies have
agaiort tbem.
Speaking tor those only who feel themselves
unjustly treated by tbeir fellow oltlxens in tbis
respeot, I thick it is high time we should test
tbe constitutionality of such oity ordinances; for
we ask no.lATora, alLJte.ask ia tbe rights and
privileges which the constitution and lass Ot
tbe laud grant ue, aod for tbe malu'aloance o
which we have suffered our fathers, sons and
brothers to go forth, and upon tbe field ol
battle to oontHod egalnst those who, In open re
bellion abroad, and against those who, through
tbeir fanatical aspirations at borne, seek tbe
overthrow of the same.
[Communicated.] C. LOWENSTEIN.
Columbus, June 6, 1862.
Uhitio 8tatxs Diitsjct Coost, Ciscikhatj.
Oa Thursdsy, a jury was Impaneled In the
case of Louis Kirkman, of Pickaway oounty,
who was indioted at the last term of Ibr Court
on the charge o( counterfeiting Uolted States
silver coin. Tbe jury found tbe prisoner guilty
of making, bot not altering the coin, and tbe
Court sentenced bim to two years Ownfioemsnt
lo the SiatePison. Ki'kmsn m brought to
tbe Penitentiary yesterday by U. S. Marshal
SanCs. '
AsTmtri Waxo His Bo'ux. We odoo saw
a portrait of Srne, tbat made us laugh heart
ily to look at it. Tue mere msut'on of tr
name of "Artemus Weid" can biriily fall to
provoke, lo tbe most eedete countenances, a
b'oad grin. (
"Artemus Ward His Book" is published by
Csrleton, New York, with many comic Illustra
tions, and is for sale by Randall & Aston; of tbii
olty.
This book Is probably the finest specimen of
American, or rather Western humor extent
Whoever likes to dwell on tbe merry, laufblng
aspect of bis, country should have Artemus
Ward HIS Book.", .Stoical ae you 'may be,
Artemus will force yon into a merry mrod In
spite of yourself, end make you laugh, you
"know not why end eare not wberefore." '
ST The circulation of books of all klr.de of
the Ohio School Library, foi the year ending
June, 1862, exceeded that of tbe year previous
957 volumes, below 87.0SJ In tbe former year.
and 89,979 lathe Utter. ' Tbe number of per
was taking out' .books during the former year,
was 9.459; the year ending June, 1869, 11,080,
Showing an iocresso of 1,631 during the latter
year. The number of volume! at present in tbe
Library U about 85, QUO. - ., . . j. .
.. Extba 8Txawssaret.Mr. Edward Jaeger
left et our S anctum jesterdsy afternoon a quan
tlty of tbe finest and most delloioos itrawbsr
rles we have seen this season. Tbey were a
variety of Wllsou's Albsoy 8eedllng, and tbe
produot of Mr. Jseger'e own cultivation. He
Informed ot tbat be will be able to supply tbe
market next week at tbe rate of forty bushels
per day. Mr. Jaeger il the man of whom to
buy your obesp, fresh sod superior strawberries.
' O The Springfield RpublU glree the return
of tbe Township Assessors to the Auditor of
Clarke county, wbioh show that 1,098 sbeep
were Injured, end 435 klilsd In Clarke oounty
list year by doge, oauslng destruction of pro
perty valued at $3 953. , , . . , ,
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
Friday, July 4th, 1862
STATE CENT,
COLUMBUS, May 14, 1882.
To th Detnooruqi of Ohio, and U other I in favor
of iko Ut tea ae U A as esew, end (As Conititu
tion as it io t
You are hereby notified that tbe Democratic
State Ceetral Committee has designated Fai
pat. thi Fttra-ra Dat tr Jolt,. 1869, as tbe
lime for holding tbe ' nest Demooratlo State
Convention, in tbe olty of Columbus, for tbe
purpose of nominating a candidate for each of
toe following offices, vix : ,
Judgt of the Supreme Court; or
aVer.fary of j8tofI !;,J
Schnot fjewimiasioner;
Mmixr of (As Board of PubUo Work
Too Demooratio voters, and all others in fa
vor of tbe Union ae it bas been, and the Const!
tutlon es it Is, of tbe several counties within
this Stats, are respectfully requested to proceed
to appoint Delegates to represent tbem la said
Convention, on the following baste t Ooe Dele
gate for each county, and an additional Dele
gate for every five hundred voice cast for Hon.
Buoa 3 Jiwtrr, for Governor, at the last Octo
ber election, end for every fraction of two bun
dred and fifty rotes and over, one additional
Delegate
Tbe number ot Delegates to wbloh each
county is entitled, we have Indicated in the fol
lowing Table : " '
Jewitt'a
Counties. Tot.
No- of,
Jewel's
No. of
Vol
Counties . Tcs.
Del.
10
S dams .....
Allen. .....
Athbrod....
Aibiaolk..
Athene.....
Ang-alM...
Belmont ...
Bn.wn
Bailer
Carroll
1B58
1HJ8
198
818
64.
4
Licking....
Logan......
Lorain .....
Lnoai.
Madlaoo....
Mahoning ..
Mai Ion
Medina.....
M-igi .....
Heroer.
Miami
Monroe ....
Montgomery
Horg.n ....
Morrow ....
Huklngum.
Notil..-...
Ottawa.. ...
Paulding...
Perry......
Pickaway...
Pike
Portage ....
Prabla
Putnam....
Richland...
Bote
Saodoakjr ..
Scioto
1347
57
. S33
&U4
156S
1479
1010
1331
18
1407
8133
4309
ISIS
1404
S6S3
1891
S4S
117
1581
559
1369
1165
Sv74
8580
lxse
13U8
9843
1450
3647
8S
63S
9058
9H4
874
1104
1830
8855
8969
367
SHg
1563
13il
3i38 .
M09
1345
AIS
VU8
IMS
M8
1BH0 ,
an
tsoi
sua .
sue
ins
1437
63S
,31 IS
857 '
esi
871
8J1
IS
1204
WS
j 4
' -1
On-mpaigo.
Olark
Clarmont
CIlDton ....
Colp&blana
Oaabceton.
Orawford...
Oojahoga..
Darke.. ....
D. Banes....
Dtlaware...
Xri
ralrfiald...
Saiette ....
franklin...
Fnlion.....
Oallla
QUKB
Oreuis
vuemecy...
Seneca.....
Bh lhy
Stark.......
Hamilton.
Baneook
11H14
1817
Haraln
1053
14H1
MS
8373
187
SS01
liilT
ISO
IS
IVM
135
4M
Soomtt ....
Harrison...
Benry......
Highland...
Hocking.. .
Tromball...
Tatoamwas.
Union......
Van Wert..
Vinton
Warren ....
Waahtagtoa
liolmta ....
Huroa .....
Jackton....
JefftraOB...
Eool.
Lake
Lawrencs
wayne
wi au
.. .
i...
Wood
Wyandot.
Bj order of tbe committee.
WAYNE GRISWOLD', Chairman.
Amor Lathsn, Beoretarj pre Urn.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TO CONTRACTORS.
BIDS WIIX BK MECEIVEO TJNTII,
18.. 'clock St. on tatardaj. tne 88 ih dajr of Jan.
I86S, from flr.t hunde, ana from eU mi r jal to tbe
OoT.ri mmt o( ih United Statee only, for .opi.l. ng
"O utput Btiticmo," tone delivered .1 tbe Oomoluary
D.paruneut at Camp Cnaat. Ohio, at aaoh lime, at ma
oe rqairM, eomeaeDOins oa in lain aj ot 'nne, ana
lo oonilnoe nntll tba let day of NoTember. 1PS8.
1 be Ballon to b. fornliheJ to eonalst of tbe tullowlog
articles els: Ibree loartni oi e ponna oi rora ot ea
eon. or one and a loartb poande of f reeh or fait Beef!
tweit-two oaoeeeof Bread or floar. or one pound of
Bard Bread, or one ana a loartb ponodt or Uorn Ueal.
and at the rats, to eeery one bnoilred Bsilona, of eliht
onarta of Bean, or Ptaa and tea soDode of BIOS or Horn-
inyt ten ponads of grn .fJiSM,- or eight ponnde of
roaeua and groni d uonre or ons ana a nair pnnodi or
Teal fi'U.a poande of Sngari fonr qoarta of Tloeiiar;
one Doand of Sperm Oaodlee orons.nd a roorih ponnde
of adam.ntlDOCaodlee or ons ai.d a balfpoanoa of
T.I low Oand ee; fonr prandiof 'ap, aod two ejaarts
of Salt. Id addition to tns foiegolng. terlee per week,
one gallon of Molaiae. per one hundred Batlooi;
and thnee per week Poiatooti at lbs rate of one pound
per niaa
Tbo frorliloni are to be of ths first qaa tr, and lobs
d.ltTorod In packages saltatile for traiiiportation wben
rtonlred
Bide will b for oo taaeh per E.tlon, and will bs rent
tn mp "aVfreeS." Bj 439, Oelumbee, Ohio, ladoried
"ProDoow." ')'
JCmo Bid mait bo accompanied by tba nemss of at
leaai three rcepontihle pa- Ilea, who will beoosM sarstles
lor tbo f lihful performnooo of Ibe ocBiraot -..
Sample, ot each article oooetltatlog lbs ratios (meats
exeeoieo). will be reoaired.all of whioh will be dcllTar-
ed at mj offloo. at Camp Obue, befora tbe aspiration of
ieg ma.
The name of each Modar will as suited oa ths peak
ago oca.ainlog ranpisa. " '
Vif i a. r. nii tiUi .
' - Cewmiiaar of Snbtittenes, t .
.' Camp OLaea, Ohio.
Maj lOtb, lSCS-dtd - rv, ; . ;rrv
:f U RfJ I T U R EI
"frc'oLUETusa:
CABINET COMPANY.
WaiefooinV Ko., 262 South High
ctreet, corner of Fnend. ,,,,
This cenptitr ia oonroiEO or
. a eneaber of JoornejmeB Oabinst Makers, whs
bas ooaiUaod togitthe for the pnrpoeo of eapporttug
thlr ramiUee aod chemeslTes, snd. lo muufio:ore srsry
kino of - ' - -
Furniture, . Chairs,lMatxases, Bed
steads, etc. etc. " " '
And will rnarantse to oar etliiens of tnwn and country
that tne will inruUb ae gooj ParailBre ft. la maaao
tarad In Ibe United S-aiea and at eattefaetarr prleee.
TbaQoiapw h pe to recolre a liberal chare of pat
ronaga, aa itralr motto ie to lira and let lie " It wl l
lire ibem plraaore at an time to ebow visitors throogb
their roomc, whether parchuing or not.
1 hie Ooapan, Is cole ag' tor tbe sals of ( . ;
Messrs. Bailey & De Camp's Cele
brated Spring Bed' Bottom,
Wh'oh, for rlmpllcit, and durability, cannot ho oxeelled.
t lea, eall aod Mania It. : Prlee from S3 SO to H 50.
The Saloamaa U Sr. W, t BUOHBS. loa sonnoct
sd with ibe iw.tnet. aaold etitaea, Cormerl of the Airs
Ot .tUgtsS A BeSDo.
v ..,.- v,- iB. BT. IHISBlt, taperlbtsndfat.
" H. Xmrbti, Xrsseom. tvi 1
HEW GOODS.
iVi ' . -
HEADLEY, EBIBIT'A RICHARDS,
" ' " ".Z ''''. " "
"' ' -AT- ", ,
rr f '-' -, . )
a Now. SCO iBCS. South High Bt. v
i- ABl PAUT BBOJITntO -
PLAID & FANCY SILKS,
:' isbw'btvlks of '
DRESS GOODS
GrOODOf
'i I 'a IAE0J AB80ETM1NT 01
Summer Shawls,
Table Linens', :
Napkins, X .!,
. ti... m...a:.
I ; 4JUAOU UUCOUUKD)
ALEXANDRE'S KID 6L0YES,
V PARA80L8
AUD.
8UN UMBRELLAS.
Cloths, : - - -
Oaflsimeres,
v-;' - : ' ' VestiDgs
In short, ear itoek will bs found eomplsls In srery
department! at d hiring adopted the Oarh Bystsm, we
are en an lea to eeu low wy uw, inaeeuy- -aUAOaTs
EBCHLI HICHABOS
sprtlSS '' '"" ' COLUMBUS. OHIO.
New Mantilla House
S. O. JU Ji. "BJL ID Si
119 Sootb nigra tree
TI KOW PEKPABID TO BBOW TBI LABOIBI
X sod best ssesrissotor ,
BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, ' .
BLACK SILK SACKS,
ij POPLIN BACKS,
- --f.-;-:; : MOZAMBIQUE BACKS
ENCLI8H WALKING JACKETS
n4"enltintlre."tobelouudln Oolumbue.
Ws eall especial at'enHon to oar scctwr.es s(y(s. not
to te found la any otnsr tteiue: .
The Imperial Circle
AND
Circle Ducal.
O32CZXaODZI.I3ry0
Silk, Poplin & Mozambique Sacks,
In great rarlety, and roads to order on ths sbortost
. -i . , - now.
Country Merchants sre In Tiled to eall snd examine
oar etook. aa we are prepared to manaraotur. and aoll la
any quantity at New York rYooiesals prices.
,8.0. EABIE8,
119 Sooth High Street,
COLUMBUS.
sosjiTtr
BOUNTY MONEY,
Fouslons,
, '"" OB-
BACK PAY,
DUB
Soldier?, their Widows or Heirs.
COLLECTED FOB A sTEE Or td 00
By reaion of oar siienelTO bas'Boes b.Tlng slready la
oarred tbe neceeaary exponas, and lo return for the oon
Ideteo ibowa ae by toidier and their frieods, ws feel
able lor their bene at, to charge
A FEE OF ONLY FIVE DOLLARS I
Tor collecting any eialmsof
BOUNTY, PENSION, OB BACK PAT
Herea'ter p.aced lo oor baoda.
- anyi gents a bo desire as te attend to tbeir Claim,
can make lliaral urme with aa.
Weaie daily in leeelpt of pajmsots en spplIosUeos
maoe two montne piorioae.
RESIGNED OFFICERS AND DI8CHARG
ED SOLDIERS
Oan obtain their Pay for lees money then it will eost
torm to eiaits raymaaior.
Ibe Ohio Military OommUeton Is DOW In St talon, sol
ws ars Blu warns oeioro tncm.
- T. W. TALLldADGE k CO.,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Office also is Wublogton City. "!
READ THE FOLLOWING:
OoLDMina. O.. March SS. 188S.
Ospt. T V. TaLtUADdB bat been In the aemoe of
the United B'tlee, and of the 6 lata of Ohio almoot oin
elan ilj elaoa-tb ooraawooteMat of the pretest war, ha.
lng aeiTed upon th tuff of Oon Botooraot. and aoted si
aatntani tjaartermaxor of Ohio. Bo now propo-ei to
retire rom tne atiTios a a tngais la aantaer baeioett,
In which ho bopee to adrtoot th. Intertill of the aol
dlere. In eten oacaulty In whtoh Oaol TaLLMaDSS
ha aotod fur the Gonrsment. he ha prored to bt a man
or good trait ntw ntilte. and bit Boneity end Integrity of
parpoet bt.e been trident ia all bla trantactiuni with
the Ooeeroment Wa oordlally rtoommtod bim as s
ma tollrely worthy or ronndmo. and one who will
bonottly erry oat wbatoeer h propoteo to do- Haras
btto s tolditr hloielf, be It peonliarly adapted to tne
ba.lneae In which ho It now tngaged. and 10 wbiob be
proposes to dtrote la time end tntgii
w. e. mj-.nuo.ano, sris -ua U.B. a
WM D.NNI'ON
. 0. P. BUCKINGHAM, adit -flen. of Ohio.
-' 0 DRLAN , Oom Oen. of Ohio.
OBO.B. WfiiQUI.Q M. Oea. of Ohio,
nytt-dtawtf.
William jiLm Gfrlll
0Oa.Clrl.IiCS, OHIO
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
'And Seed Store,
tTBaUa IM '
GENERAL HARDWARE,
' rtAH,B,eL4J8. BASH, PTJTTT, OOBSaQB,
Gusta, Platale Woaddk ffillew Wars,
ttboread Babbar BtlUng, laot satber. Hots scd
Una. etil-dl,
EXTRA DRIED BEEF.
, SUGAR CURED HAMS (New.) .,
SUOAR CURED BEEF TONGUES
, j 'EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. "
CANADIAN BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. - : ',
A e bus :'l-i eeaJ ' s
lorraloby iSm-li- J ;t-'- '
9,AJfX. til WTllAl'X, I
f "i " U feata But luest.
JaatHM
Esibroiderles, Laoes,
... ' v
ana
WHITE GOODS.
Bairscfcaon. no. ee sooth moil
STSSST, exhibit ths raosl dsalrable eetortavwt,
St til timet o' - v
Blegaol Point taoee Oolltrs snd lets.
Valeuoi.unee and Thrtad laMMS.
Xmbrold.rtd Tr.mmlnt. ' '
Irno .Poahor and Tbraad lacs VslU. , -.
,, Orapo Oollart, Tells sad lets, fc
Orro.dla Telle.
Maintooki Jarontts. Otmbrlot.
Heal Swlae Lli on Oambrios.
. , treoob and BuglUb OambricS Sbd MosUaS Or
Ladlee' Wtar.
KoriUyi In toet snd Babrotderiss, ss ttey sv-
pear in tble ooontrn,
Bnglitb Botitry, al.xandrt'g Kid Olorts.
; fine Mitts. Saa Cmbrellaa, llnlsnsd la the Bos
elegant itylsiole. etc. . ,
narSl . - -
Ilonry ZS.e3oniox
(Late of fhalon'i BitabUsbatat, R. T.)
PKOPHIETOH OF TUB NEW TfORBf.
latblonabl Shaving, Hair Cutting, Bnaraposalnf
Curling snd U reeling Saloon,
JSTo, 73X South HUrh 8t underr Bsurt
lit etc timltti'a Xi uniting Xiouaw,
wboro saUsfacUoa will be glrta In sll tbe wsrloas
braaoheo.
Ladlos' snd Ohlldrsn's Hair Dressing; dons te the ssst
.tyle. ., t ,- , .,
sepUdly
GEO F. WORTHINGTONr
AGENT FOR MILITARY CLAIMS,
Corner ot F and Thirteenth Streets,
WASHINGTON CITY. 1
H AVISO BBBN INOAOID BOB A HTJMBBl Of
yean la the SettlemeLt of eoeb Claims tn one of
to Oortrnmrnt Offlott (from wbloh bt hat withdrawn),
offtrs lo attend, 10 Olalma of any alad tbat saay be
.ntroaiad to him, eaob a thoee for
- riNBIONS. BOUKTI, ARBBABS Of BAT,
Snbtlettnot, Tranaportallon, 0 loth lng, and partttalarly
foe aonot, snd other Property toet or deatroyod ba tbe
0. B Birrtoo, with whioh he It oapeelally tamlHar.
N. B. lbs mot! prompt sad falibfnl atttntloa paid
te basinets. r-, - .
IBBTIHONIALI. " ' "
"I shall ebeerfolly teetify tbat t know ns ae-ant la
Watblngton on whom olaimantt ess more confidently
rely, than on yon. to conduct tbeir botlnois with bitag,
rlty, capacity and stal."
Blgned by Hon. JMO. P. MoPHIBSOtf,
Asst. Boltoitorof V. B, Ooort of Olalma.
Washington. D. 0.
Ws ars well aoqnalntsd with Mr. Wortbington, aod
folly oonoor tn lbs rarorabls oplnloa ss to his qualifica
tion! oxpreeeed abors.
Signed by Ber. BHITB FTBB D.D.
' Wwhingtoa.
i Hon. OHAB B. CaLTEmT,
, 1 Boat of Beps-
Ooi wm. B Randolph,
Ohief Clerk 0. B Treuorer't Ors
febB6-tf
For Rent,
TWO OB TOUB BOOMS, lately eoenpled u the Tel
. efrapb offloe, es (tats tueet, eppotita the Stats
Boats.
Inquire of 0. A WAOMBB,
.' . ; SI Bait Statt Street
All pertons hating olalmi or dtmandi tfalnttO. A.
Warner or 0. A. Wagner Ot Co.. are rrqaeeted toprt
lint thtm before tbe ISih day of May. and tbote inctte
td will pitta make payment, as toy Doilates most sll be
settled op to that day.
0. A. WAOBIB.
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blank miwmmm.
BFLBNSIDIT BOTPPIP H
IMPKOVBD MACHIHEBT
AMD
STEAM POWER.
N. W; LB FAVOR, : Supt:
( HOI. Si 84, 19, 88 KOKTH HIOB ItSBBT,
Statesman Building-, SecwnsV Flees
war R. rterins'w State 8 team
Printing Baotne.
. BXTBA BOBSXAKTIAI. l '-
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed HeadtagSi en Bopsriey fspet
RULED AND BOUND
. . - X '
To say required Pattern. r ...
BTATI SBPABTMBMTI,
BAILBOAD OFnOBS, -
- BAlTBIJra HOUSIS. , .
oooirtTomoiB'; !
M1BCHASIS,
ranlshsd at tbe lowest Prions-'"'
BOOK BINDING,
By the Bdltloa or Blngls Voragts
MAQAZIXBS, ' ':." ' '"
MONTHLT PTJBLI0ATI0H8 -'
PAMPBUfB,
PAPBBJ,
- Boned In any Bsqalrsd Style.
-rO
WM$ AKO HE-BIOTC
for Pablts sad Prlrate Ubrsrite.
Ordtrs from inroad will nostra sroetDt and spseisl
sttontion. Address, ..... . ....
J. n. RILEY. ' or. N. W. LEFAVOR
Bsokteller aod Stationer. Enperln tan dent '
73 Sooth High Street. f ranklta Bindery.
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At.
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P. ROSE'S:
HAVING JTJST BETCBNCO FHOJO
New Tork. I am now nrepared to oiler to th ooblie
a meet raoelleot anortmest of OOOSA BOB QXKT'B
WBAft, sash oo
CL0TH8,
CAS8IMERE3,
VESTIKGS, .
...... ... ..... ..-. -d
And s general uaortmcnt of ' ,,,"',.
FURNISHING. C00D8, n
. ..... . -t . a
of tbo riebest sad Bcattst stylee 'n the marmttf sll Of
whioh I am coiling at ths OHBAPBsT POSdULI
BAxBB BOB OaBu. : . y
irr wpeiclal Attentlwn Paid (e BI1U
tarp Olllewse' Otatnlas;.
Hartag bid long exporlenc fa the Cat snd Msnnfss
tars ol Offloen' i ie thing, I tool confident I can gfr en
tire tatltfaollon i-aiiu y patrove.
, - J. HOSE,
. fuchatt Tailor.
Oor. High an Town Street,
SOTlS-U Oolombaa, Obio.
Ha STm WTXsED,
ttorney and Counsellor at Law,
, NOTARY PUDLIC.
QrrtOB Ho.' ST II9H SThBBt, 0DBO1C BCUJa
INO, oppoelte the But Houw. . r----olloebioni
and other matian promptly attsadtd to.
rereglTeBWhea require . . . , , , .
DR; J. Wi THOMPSOri:
OtriOB ON Hiafl ' iTBBBt, OTSB HATSlsTV
laua u.t.oto ixnR9ruo(MnoA.
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