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SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1863. Rail Road Time Table. Showing tht snivel sad depastur of trains at Ooluav eas. On and after April Stub, lbXU, trains will run as lOllOWSt l i . , . . Littli Hum ft CevrMeosfc Xxwia c Leave. Arrive. Jlneinnstl AooemaoJetlon. 5:J5 A.M. ' tiSSf. M. Jlooinnati Biprass 11.00 A M. 11:00A.M. Mall and Accommodation... 3M P. M. -IMF. M. Night Bxpraoo, l Dayton, M:W Midnight 4SA.M. - J r, i ' , . Jae. ff. Dosearv, Agent... ' OuoMaos Oinauaa B B. ' Night Bxprea 4.-00 A.M. 11:13 P. H New York Bipreoo 11H0A.M. 10:49 A.M. MaU 3:40PM. 8.WP. M. ! iutm Pirrauoa, Agent. , OsxtsaaObioB. M. Mo. 3BxpraM 4:15 A. M. 10:30 A. M. No. 4Bx.-to Nswsrk only 11:15 A. M. No. JBxpiea 3:40 P. M. 11:WP. M. W. I. Will, Agent, fivvaauaaa, Oeitmauo As OiwmniATi E. . Mall Train... .'.'....4:15A.M. t IOiHOA.M. Bsprsss Train 11:15 A.M. ' 11:35 P.M. Joa. Boaiaso, Agent. Ukiombds fc Inuaorous, A. B. 'Ooionsus Picoa tt Iidiaia B. B.) Iodleonolls Mill 5:15 A.' M. 3.85 P. M. Bxp 1110 A. M. 3:50 A. M. Plqui Acoomodatl n... 3 5 P. M. 10:40 A. at G. A. HILL. Agent. State and Local News. OFFICE SUPERINTENDENT OF MARKETS, COLUMBUS, July 25, 1863. The Ccal dealers of tbe city of Colnmbni are hereby ordered to present, or cause to be presented, tbelr rospeotive wagons and oarts at tha City Prison yard, immediately west of tbe Market Honto, oa Wednesday, July 29, 1863, at 7 o'olock, A. M j for tbe purpose of having tbem meksnred and branded as provided by or- dloanoe. - Any one falling to oomply with this order will be dealt with according to law. D. McALISTER, sup't of Markets. [Journal and Fact copy I time.] A CcsTiritiaTC of antcority to commeooo binklog baebern lesued tithe First National Bink of Akron, Obio-oapital, fluu.uuu. a .! euuau ui luuricnu a' raiueiB'--ajuie A - ... j i i : i . . eight or ten In number caught near Washing too, Qnerosey dounty, were brought lu yester day afternoon. - - , 4, WisTMiNsTia Chusoh. The Audience Room of this cburoh (oorner of State and Sixth atreets) which has been undergoing repairs and im provements, will be reopened to-day.. Services at 11 A. M. and 4PM All are cordially In vlted. '' Nivsr was any thing mere seasonable than the rain that fell yesterday. To be sure it was small io. quantity compared with the amount needed; but nevertheless, what was sent was great blessing. It made the parobtd and al most desola e ejrib smile witb freshness and beauty t-''. , ' Abjdt ooo tboound prlioosis belonging to John Moigan's band were brought down the river toCiflclno&ti on Friday evening. Of tiese two huudi'sd and fifty were oipturod by Gen Jadah near Pumaror, and tbe rest were oapiur ed by Osn.'-Sbicklefjrd's cimmand at other Thiii we e In coufLetneut in tbe city prison, cinctuDa.i.pn yesirrdor (Saturday) morning three rtboi ifBoers belouglog to Jobu Mortan'a gang. u ii is said they will bs sent to Juhosou's IslaodWf to.be held la olose Imprisonment Uitll In mm of Col. Straight' command, cap tored lit Geurgia, are released. . . ' i . FBNfjfRCapt. E Jieger, of Norwich .Dpl vertity, Vermont, proooees, as will be (esti by a notioe u Ibis paper, to commence, on Toeeday next, at Head ley & Eocrly's Hill, a third oourae of Instructions In tbe small sword exerolee. Tbe Caitaia it soieotiBa t e'l as a practioal man, auJl 'all who avill themselves ol his In. structi.on.wjll fiod bim a competent and expert taobBrt ..p- Ha '(' Wiiklt and other plotoriOs, pa pers and periodicals ol tbe latest (ssors, maybe bad at Thompson's counter in the Hall of the Postofllor. -. Homobooi and Jovul. The renowned Alt. BarniiCas-wltl be seen by a notioe lo another place, will give one of his humorous and jovial eotsrtainmeoty ;n . ? edneiday evening next, a d vrs'her on Thursday evening, at Naughton h.li. 'A'f. has woo a world-wide lame toe bis oomlq rtcftatlons and funuy delineations of char aaterr ' He'comes to our city in very good time, when suob reoreatloos as ba only can give, are muoh nsedrl Every body will of oonrse go to laugh away ho boor or two at bis Oddities. " ' ' LotsBS in tbb Fiith Ohio Batnar The following Is it list of the killed and wiunded in tbs Fifth Ohio Battery, at the battle before Jack son, Miss., July 12: ' ; Kllled-Davld Peterson. ' ' S ?.- :;Vr; - Wounded Lieutenant Chas Marob, slightly; Thomaa Weber, leg amputated; Charles E Uic, do.; Jacob Ksrobed, wounded In beel; Joseph F Magrue; In shoulder; Daniel J Brink, lo leg; John J Crist, In fingers; Howell D Howells, In leg, slightly. ... Toledo A correspondent of tbe Rochester N. Dehjodral, writlbg Iron Toledo, teja:.' Ths Mieilgau Southern and Norther a Indi ans railroad -ve a depot as tbie plaoe lac She transit of .croauee and meiebaodlse from the cars to Vessels, which Is sbout six bandied leot long.; Tha transactions are to largo that tola immense tfaoe always appears foil and oftea times orot'ded. ' Tbe ' freight oafs tbal arrive from Cbioago loaded witb freight, bound east, Average two hundred and fifty per day. ' On visiting the building this morning, It wss found tj be itirely empty from one end to the other." ',1a .the stream and at tha docks are twenty-nine Bailing vessels, eleven steamers and 'an Immense number of canal boats, all Idle. -' v;:'- Tb wave of the riot in New York may be said to be felt empbatioally here. Instead of two bandied, and Ifty eirs arriving this day, only three have oome In. All parties ara look ing with Intense interest, for tbe rstora of oon Idenoa, so tbal shipments may again be made oays ago.7n;,; , Fci,-fAi: B culinary preparation, Herrlok Allen's Geld Medal Saleratus Is InfaUibU. n hssgrSal'adTwlage over yeast fermentation! and will make twenty-lire pounds mora Bread or BIsoalt, front the same barrel of fljur, and muoh better. It retains M the glutinous stirek and sugar that Is in tht flour, and from tworand A half Bsuhdk of fljflr, wlll; make three-ansVaji , half Jpindi'of; Bread or Biscuit, whU tha smo qusntitybysrmeiitatlen,wlll make obly A tHti over thfts ioni3s, 'aod rrqairs more than twlcs tht quantity of shortening, besides belag much mora unhealthy. Try It, and be convinced. Tpf"!'?"'" 1 iwiinaww.rMW taiohaol If always lh oo! who keeps this tmi goods of 11 kinds, and u many of (bem are ewarB of tht fiattoer keep the CkmUnlBtU- reftM muufartnred by D.B.Dttand k Co., at Felrport, Monro oouotv. New York. For Bale by nosi wholesaler And fetal! dealers In tb country. ... ? - -r u r On and after Angus. 1. all persons boarding boriM At Slmonloa'B Exobange will bo charged tbrca dollari per week. ; The best advioe that oan ba taken In to mm your oataral teeth and tuep your gums sound by using Hodsob's cksivallid Tooth Pun: Call for It at Stridor'!, Marple'f, Samuel's, Robert'i, Wilson's, Bohueller's, Sbsup's, Denle'i. Ride- way'e, J. rwlefi, D, D. &, or At Drogglats, Dentists or Perfumers anywhere. 'Try U one and all. Senatorial Convention. ! The delegates elected to nominate a Dsnro- oratlo oandldate for Senator for the oonnties of FiankUn and Pickaway, will. meet In Convsn. tlon lq the olty of Columbus, on Monday, tbe third day of Angnst, at' ten o'olock A. M for the purpose of makine said nomination. '' "-" By drdtr of tbs Demooretlo Central Commit tees ol Franklin and Pickaway 'oonntlei"VV" WILLIAM DOMIGAN, Ch'n Dem. Cen'l Committee of Franklin Co. To the Democracy of Franklin County. . afi- ' .j-. .... Notlee Ii hereby given to tbs Democracy of Franklin county to meat on Triday, tb 3 let day or Jaly, 1803, S tht pnrpoaa of aleotlng delegate to atland tha Ooonty Oonrention to meet at the Oily Ball In tha city of Co Iambus, on Saturday , the lit day of Angnit, 1863, at 10 o elookA. M. for tha parpoieof nomlnaUna Two BepreaentaUveii one Probata Jndga; one BherlB) ona Tteunrer; ona Auditor; one County Oommiieloneri one Coroner, and ona Infirmary Director. " - " Also, at the same Urns and place, one delegate froa each Ward and Towmhlp will be elaoted (o tbe BeoStor lal Oonrention to nominate a candidate for Senator for thla Senatorial District. Time for holding the Senatorial Convention will ba fixed hereafter. , The polU will be opened at 3 s'clook and oloeed at o'clock P. tt. in the Township, and will open at 7 o'clock and eloso at o'clock P. M. In the city. The following Is tb number of delegates allotted to each Ward of the Olty of Columbui and each Township of the county of franklin, based upon the votes east for Seprema Judge in 1863, allowing one delegate for each fifty and an additional dalegats for each fraction of twenty-live votes so east. WARDS. lint.. 3 Beond Third foarUi Vifth Sixth , BereDth. .................. ......... llghth a 3 6 .. 7 ..8 .............. s t ninth. TOWNSHIPS Montgomery ...mm... .... .........., 3 Madison r. ...... 7 Hamilton 3 Truro 4 Jefferson 4 Plain 4 MllBIn 3 Clinton 4 Perry. .,...?... 4,4JtF:....- 3 Sharon BlenSoa...,.,,..tv'4ww..'.w.r.'..'.V4... B Waahlngtoa............v. ......a.... 4 - llo.nleh..,. wKf"f 3 j.mkliivi,,twg,. .,.......,).'..... 5 'Pleasant 1 .. Jokon ..y. ...... ........ .., 9 V- I WMi DOMIOAN, Chairman,' ') , - JOHN O. THOMPSON, ... - i J J, RICKLEY, ! ADIN G. HIBBS, . JAMES JOYCE, o mu m n . mm ; n .. r nuviii LieLis, c , !.:,t: rrt Wu rnnDeo ... . : ,! ' JOHN M; POOH, 8soretary, I yemoorAtio Uounty Central Committee,. SPECIAL NOTICES. E L I E F''' iNTEN fltrN'TtTES r tn & ;:.':k mm. : ' - BRYAN'S Wafers! TrntDrlainal Madldnaastanluihad in 1837. and Brat arti cia w toa- a in a ever lotrodaoad ander tha name oi "Pounonio Wafer," In thla or any other country; all staor Pulmonic Wafera are oountarfeit. Thenenu in oan b known by tb aame BBTAlf being atamped on. aaca warar. i -y- - .-i . .. ,1 I I-V.I , Bxtii'sPouioiiio Wariris'f ".: .' ""' Be Her 0oaghs,OUa, Bore Throat, Boaneaet - j ' Bxtak's PcmoMio Wxrns "" " !' Belltrs Asthma, Bronchitis, Slffloolt Bnathing. I'"'' " .' "t" '"' .t a I . jdiiajt rumoiiro rf Aran . .. BalllT Bnlttlnv f Blnwf. Pln In lha Cbei't. ' .Brtji's PDuromc Warns Believe Ineipleat Oonsauapttoty lang Dlsaaies. !-'Barj!Priiioirie'WAms''---il- v I Believe Irritation of the Vvula andTonills. r Belieya the abevs i OomplaiBta In. Ten Mlpat.. Bavaa'a Foixosto Wama Ara a Blessing to all Olasws aid Oonitltutioni. Ara adkpM for-Tcoallsta and Public Bpeakets. ,' ::..!.'. wraanea- I umv ri4a in)B-aiin At ins aimpleform andplaaaant to tn taste. BtVAM's Poiwomo Wanes NoUnly reUere but eflecl lasting Oari. JJJ I Bavaii's Polmckio WAraaa Ave wamatM te glvwaatlsfaoabn'ss every b4i. a Hi "I ' , " ,l.50lT BavAN'a Pclmomio Wama '"'' hi the house.1 : No traveler should be without supply of 4 ' Bsvam's Ftruiomo WAnms tahtopooket. 1 No person wll person will ever object (0 give (or. : .12 0 BaVAU" PvutoKto Wavssw- t n ft riiawiflvs Caiun 7 f? Y T rt ft M)t. MOeBS, ioW Proprietor. 37 Oortlahat Btrast, t. I B. SAMTJBL, S. BOBBBTB, f,U..wi,!rHiW??r to MArnimp MEN. ; ,xi : -' i .iv ,.rr ,u- r.i , r.i or Thaea- OaatArapiatlBSr . Btar rlae TBI andarslgnorl wtll ttWlnrorsvattoa a 'a very to tarasrtno an tmptHmt schjaet, which, wm be vala ed awra than a thousandlbnas ta eoet by every married c aery la of any age r condition In life. The ufsnsatlea will be seal ks aall to any address eu the raostpt f senas (s41er and one red stamp , AUUtSsnsatesddresssttajn rULUo JdBa.lyB4.wdA, '.iTrattLa.- BaasaToet f rami all alel Of flea. ' Br. A. B. WILLIAMS, W." Broadway, near High st., Coluxabus, 0., has Arreted Maxell. Bit eerie of years tethattmtXMtl f artaka ertvaae dkusaas, ' Ha nay eoasaltedathu ianlSdtf TOBACCO & SEGAKSI .OlJflrRBjfOiSlt. Ccmmsrolal Broker In Leaf sod Mtaafaoturad Tobaooo and Benrs, ,34 W. flnOBACOttaael aBOARa AartinrBa A. tected for exportation. Dealers sad Xobaeeonlste will Bag u no- their loteraat to aall at aossmanioata tetter. tber ,, Wanda, t any aasntlty, at slower SUw-ic-SSai FALL ELECTION. FALL ELECTION. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. j annoano th turns f Stxins B. BiSAif a a lata fer .Daant OmlillmM aaUadl SS thS mocratlo County Convention, aoij I clhrI ) I . BAH 1 JISVWM'M July 18, 18M. - rt'..:-:T . . ;K Bmroaor ItatvjKak: t ' Pleasa annoanoa tbs nams or aiitToa au hbaobiah, of Blandon, aa a eandldat for tha offle of Comaty Commissioner, subjeot to tbe decision ol tne iiwno- eratie Convention. . . MANY DBMOOBATS.: Inrroa Onto Btatbikuc. Pleaaa annonnca tha name of Jons COOs. JR., Trur townabip. u a oandilata for the offlo of County OommlMlomr, subject to the decision of the Democracy of franklin county, and oblige ' .1 man i usnuuun. AUDITOR. We ara aatharlzed to annonnca If atthiai ttAlTiM as candidate for County Auditor, subjeot to the decision of the Demeoratis County Convention. . u ' . ' DiToa BTAxanua: . r . . Pleaae announo the name of Bamdsl I. kooot a a eandidaU for Ooonty Auditor, subject to tb,douuon of th Democratlo convention. Mr. MoOov ia thoranrhlv acoua nUd With aeeoania and account book, and would dlaonarge th duties of tb omee with ability. I'J , maw a iayuP. AUDITOR. REPRESENTATIVE. BditoSs BTATmaUNt ( . in-ny Pla anaounea tbe name of Sam oil Saaar aa a ean didaU for BepraMntatlva-nbJaet to th dasialon.of the vimoeraiio Uonnty uoavanuon ana obiiga , - ... i., . nan x uaaiouitaTS . .. -.r - . . i'i i mmm, .it.i jj .'V- 1-- . -L DIT0K BTATttWAM: I 1 .Siw.'-CH c';' .Ml, Plsasa to announce the "name of Onto Danse as candldata for BaDressntatlv. sabiaot to tb dwlslon of the Dim oo ratio County Convention, and oblige t man i uiavuaAzc Inrnal BTAaaVAw: '' ' ' " v ,. PImk announoa tb name or Joam u. anwAan i HadUmn township, as a candidate for a Btpnaantatlve from franklin oounty, subjeot to th decision of tb uwBocracy at tnetr uouniy uonvention, ana ooug - i . . I". .1. '- . vr.uuun.AlB Bairoa or Tna BtatisKam: ' i Pleu announo. la Ui etatweiuau. ea s . Him. or Jackson towiiiblo.aa a oandldate for a tesentatlvs In the Legislature, subjeot to tbe decision Of th Demcoratlo oountj convention. ' - Mr. Hlhta la an old o taen. ana wouiu maa an ax- eellenl Bcomeotatlva for lb popi or rranaunooun t. xou will oviige many vemocraia ny oompijiog llti ht. wmnnmmt 11 INFIRMARY DIRECTOR. Bditos Ohio Btatomiji: - .1 Piau nnoanM A. a. Wood is a oandldate ror in finnary Director, subject to tbe decision of tbe Demo, critic convention, and obllga ami iiaMuuatiii; Ibitoss Obio Statcsmani - - - Plaua annonnca tha nam of KiwTOrl SiaaoNS aa eandldat for Infirmary Director, subjeot to tbe de cision f tb Dmociaue Contention, and oblige MANY VKMUUttaTS PROBATE JUDGE. nvrna Ol BtatksVaII ' Picas announce tb name oi juam n. a. a candidal for Probate Judseof franklin oounty, sub ject to the decision of the Democratlo uouniy uonren uon, ana oniiga ..... mm ' . - A J1UD1 Vr VMWUlBi iron Statu Mam! eieM announo Jobs M. FoB as a oandldate ror the offlo of Probate Jodie, subjeot to th decision of th Democracy of franklin oounty, and oblige i fc ... ' man a jrMAirva, TREASURER. Editor Btatsmam Please announce my name, 0. W. KnT, as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Demeeratie Oounty Convention, and oblige . O.W. KBNT, 8a. Jbrr6a iTATasaun: .. ............ Flaua annoanoa the nam 01 JOtirH Muxmkoa aa a suitable oandldate fr tb offlo af Oounty Iraaa- urar. sobleot to th decision ot th Democratlo county convsnlon, and oblige t . , , j ly -' MANT DBMO0BAT8. nrron flVATMHAlfl . Bv annonnolna the name of Jacos fowux. ot Truro township, aa a oandldat for County' Treasurer, subject to the decision or th ptmoerau convention, you will oof r a favor on , . ,, , , ' . O'l. , .. , , . iMABT UaHWHATB. - Brrroa Obio 8tatba: , ','' Pleasa annoanoa tfao name or BAHtm etaicx aa a candidal for County Traaeurer, subject to th decision t .V.. n.nlla Mn n , ....nt AH anif AhlfM mi iiiauunAiB. Bnmu StatssbIah! ' ' tVentiemen By annouDoing tn name or xaoau AsaeLO, Beq., as a candidate for Oounty Treasurer, aubleot to the selection of th Democratic nominating ConvenUon. yon will be but doing JusUse to bla ee a good and faithful Democrat, and will conferH favor upon his v 1V-. r j n- urn jinuuaaiiv aiwnva. - SHERIFF. , t Kditor Omo Btatuhaji: ' Plea announo th nam of Wu. Dome u a can ildate for Sheriff of Franklin oounty, aubject lo the decision of the Democrat! county convention, and obllga .-I . BtAil S VAiDtUSUftAS. f BWTOa BTATISKAUr ' Plea announce the nam of Buis R, Wxavaa u a candidal for Sheriff of franklin oounty, subject to the deotslon of the Democratlo county convention, and oblige'''1 :' 1 - j . . 1 )' aaavn a vatAivUAAAO. Dnrroa Ohio Btatismah: '.'..- ..r... - Pleae announce tbe name of A. Jaoxsor aa a oandl date for Bbeilff ot franklin oounty, subjeot to the de cision ot th Democratlo nominating convention, and " A , . , j t vaoi vsauuuisi BniToa Obio Btatukami Please anncunoa tb name of esoaoa H. xUxxaXT s a oacdldaie for Sheriff ef franklin county, subject to the deouion 01 tbe oeaocraiw uouniy uonvention, ana oblige MANY DEMOCRATS. nrroa Ohio Btatxsmaui jDtar&r You will do the friends ofOapt. H. M. Ol son a ipaolal favor by announcing bis name as a can didate for tb nomination for Sheriff, snbiect to ths de otslon of the Demooraoy of franklin county. We at in favor of the nomination of Mr. Oeaoa. of B tendon township, for Sheriff. Be haa ever been a reeldent of tb oounty, and an Unflinching Democrat. No man more universally commands ths rpot f all partial'. Ha ie tbe man for tha times and tb plan in thee d generate days of corruption, and w hop tb conven tion will do Justice to bis claims. Let us have men who we know to be true. 1 THA f RIINDI 01 DBM00BA0T I ?- ' : a. 1 .,l5i . .J.l ,' BmToa Ohio Btitmii t . Ptar Sir Pieae announce th nam of Jostra Qniaa as a candidate for Sheriff of franklin county, abject to tbe decision ef the Democratic Oounty Con vention, and Oblige ; - -,r y MANY DEMOCRATS. T ... ii hi w .. . . nrroa Statksmai i Dtar Sir Please announce the naae of Baaoous CAxusau, of Plain Township, aa a oandldate for the offlo af Sheriff, subject to th decisional the De eratie Convention of franklin oounty, and obllga- t ... i- "-- W MANY DAMOOAATB. f Bniroa Ohio BraTaiMAN: - Ptar Sir Pleeaw announoa th naaa ot Bavin Bxsna Jr of Mifflin township, as a eandMate for Sheriff malum eoanty, iummi to in aeewton of an vaaoi 1 tic uonvention, ana conge id m x v . ts'. - i ' viav TianrnnnAva. nrroa Ohio StatbbM an! ptar afr-Phnua annonace tb' naae at Bb. Davis aa 'a oandldate for Sheriff of franklin oounty, subjeot to ' the , decision .of the Democratic' Convention, and Oblige aani vamuuttAxa. hs bv FURNITURE MANUFACTORY . ,,-iti.M a YACOB FISHER, HAVING 1CR J "chased tb entire stock snd bneines of Messrs. Btnlkltsrr Brown hi the nrnlture Manufactory, No. 162 ,y 5onth ; JCigh Street, will continue th hutlnsss at ths 4 low i SAME STAND AS HERETOFORE and aollcita ft cuitom ef ths eld pttrons of ths ttas jlshment and the public generally . All beeloeas will be PUNCTUALLY AtTC"DEDTO! tad f arnlture aanufaetnred oi repilrad- promptly SO eordin irding to order. j 1 1. , , J. f ibhbb is also sngagatb thsbUAlneas of si XJn.cloxrtialr.ov, tolwhlch he will give special and prompt ittentloa. tprao-ly. . ; TTTANTEDr Loosl and Traveling Aceate tn Stay .IT Town or County. Circulars, with Testimonials be Clergymen ana Setcnunc am, in regard to tne sust aaaa. sent free. - " W 1 sentfneA IIAAO HALB.Ja. At 00, nne-8wdW .' ' NrwacaTroST, Mass. 4 ttl A POBITITBLT MADB IROM. AU. SoaM thing V1V nrgently ueoaaa in every lamiiy and by every naraon: vers llihl and portable. Annta wanted everr wbere.j Oall and see, crasampls sent by mail, fr of staff a. tor iu snuk tnat niaus ror ai, ny St. ai. pTT. No. 170 Ohatham square. New 1 I or. mareUf 1 ..nrOBSAItAws" i swck itaruoo TWO STOBT DWBLUNa BOTJSB, ON Oil T. for parUcnlart enquire at this Offlos,' ' aohW-dtf TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN. THE VERY LATEST Up to 2 O'clock this Morning. Fight between Gen. Blunt and Rebel Gen. Cooper—Rebels Routed. tSAVBiwoan. July t. On Thnrsdev a saver fliht eeourred between Oca. Bloat and rebel Qen. Ooopar, r suiting in th compute wot ot th rebels..- Pled log the rebels had fallen back from fort atbson, Blunt with two thousand four hundred men and twelve guns left In pursuit. After marching fifty miles in twenty four boars, he found tht enemy five thousand strong In poaiuvn on ait creek. Biuotimmadlalely attaoked, and our artillery dismounted two rebel rans. which were captured, A eharg was finally made, when the enemy Bad In confusion, our cavalry pursuing wbsn tbe courier Babel losa silt killed; twenta-rnif wannital anil one hundred prisoners.- Oat (pta iau killed and thirty wounded. - W eaptUNd- a quantity of ommissary store., Blunt, though slok, commanded tn person. From the Southwest and Charleston KaHTBls. Jul 23. Ohalmera forces, wh have haid the aouctry south or Memphis, ara reported moving to ward Grenada and Okalona. A scout from Okalena yes Hrday reports Johnson baa fallen back to Chunky riv er. Brag g's army is moetly at Chattanooga and Atlan ta,, lion have von to Johnson. Atlanta. -la balm strongly fortified. . J -.5, - v M - Charleston data of tha 19th atste fort Wagner" etill holds out! that the Yankees bad been surprised on fol ly lelsad and retreated lo Morris Island; that tbs iron tads ana other oraft continued to bombard fort Wag' aer. i i Th report that Pillow Is In West Tennessee Is un traa,' Bmall bands of guerrillae enforcing tbe con scrlptlon, and eteallng horses, etc, are all tha forces Kit 10 annoy the Inhabitants. . , Rumors in Regard to Lee's Movements. c '..; auania. '' WiSHiMeToa. July 85. The Benublloan of this P. M slatl thst private lofcrmatlon has been received here that Lee baa been delaying on the Potomao to enable bim to get away ssfely with the plunder he has collected In Maryland and Pennsylvania, and because his forces have, been guttering In the aw crops of grain In th siMMuaiali valley. Be hi uvw hv,im NmN afofc mend with Immense trains of supplies, the necessity of procuring which was Inorsased by the fall of Ticksburg and Pert Hudson, and la now Intensified bv tbe cutt'uii ot in Tennessee and Virginia railroad, which was a great medium for procuring supplies for Lee's arm v. tbe Bavy Department has received Information tbat toe aieamer Santiago a ouba, oaptured July is, tbe steamer iiiszie, or Ksssau, afteraobase or two hours She waa formerly owned tn Wilmington, North 0ro una, and was on ner second trip to and rrom Wilmington Bar cargo oonsisted of brandy, aoap, provisions, ato. Capture of Huntsville, Ala., Confirmed. - I ...iWameiel.,;. . Nivv Yoan, July SS-A letter from Winchester. Ten- nesssei July 18th, confirms the eapture of Huntsvlile with three kundnd prison rs and twalv hundred horses and mule, bv uanwal Sunier- Bran's army la r ported reduced by desertion to eighteen or twenty tbou- sana.. The Fastest Time on Record—Debate in Parliament Nsw Yoke. July 85. The Oltv of Haw Tork made th passage froa Queenatown In nln days, the oaldust time on record for a screw steamer. Tbe Bohemian arrived out on the 13th, and the Oily or Dork on tn ista In the Bouse of Commons, on the 13th, Boebnok withdrew his motion for s recognition of tbe South, yleldlns his own feellnis to tb wlihea of Lord Palmer ston.i .1 alaeratoo said Bocbuckdld rhrht In withdraw. ing tnv mouon lie hoped this would te in last tim When any member would make use of his interoourie witn any foreign sovereign sues proceedings being ex tnmely lrraiular. ' The O'Donahn protested against Setback's hlttr sosuilty to the north. Mo believed aeebuok was actus ted by the belief that the daetruoUon of the Colon would be a great advantage to Bngland. B should consider It the greataet calamity that could befall the wc rid. From Europe. Oai Bacb, July S4. Th! Bcotla, from Liverpool 18th and Qaeenatown 19U'lnst was boarded eS ban, and one weeks later dates ooiainea. The Russian reply on the Polish question hu been re. celved. It is believed to assent to tbe six point named by Saglsnd, franco and Austria, but proposes an amn tit j instead of an ermlstlee. Croat anxiety existed to learn the results of the battles between mesde and Lee. ; Tbs Times don't see tbe ground for Lincoln's hopeful anticipations, ana says me principal struggle seoeme, looking at Vickaburc and Port Hudson. ' Maduid, July 10. Tb assertion of S Spanish Jour nal mat cpain uuoua so raougnix to aoutnera uon fedemcy are utterly false. Spain will wait the inllla isnnaDiwiiiuaraim. Th Polish national a-ovemmant hu refused to acres to the tut poiote ot th three powers, and will issue a manifesto' to h pvopl. ., ,l rj 1 i ' 'i A. , 1 Times draws attention to th arrest of an Eng lishman tn Nov York and 'the SsUur f UUalwldby him so sanroeacr a uo.vnexotlatorsot tht lean. It says a guarantae should be obtained for the safety of the property of neutrals within, the Jurisdic tion or in rr asningtcn tsovarnnien.1. ' Admiral Porter's Report of the Expedition up Red River. Waihihotom, July 35. Ths following was reeelved at ine aavy uepanaens sua aitenwea: :. - ... up Red River. FLAG—SHIP BLACK HAWK. OFF VICKSBURG, July 18. Bit I have the honor to Inform son that thaaxaadi. tlon I seat into tbe Bad rtver region proved vary sne- eeeerui. aeoenatnf in niaox ami xenaaa riven, run' ninl parallel wiin to ataeuaippi,. iiieutenant cm mander Be If rids made tbe head of navuration, al tha Tantai like and Bayon ktaoon, thirty mllea above Vlcks- burg, ana witnmnve or stx mile of the Mississippi riv er. : Th eswrny was taken eosapletely by surprise.. In NbtetbMitevaenddito-iaiat region will kcobllged to snovsfurtlMc task froa tn fiver. If not to ao awav aiwgvuier. ' nontenant Com an nder Belfrldga sUvideet ha forass on finding tiaasperte which had haan eoaveyiag stun 10 nauter e army, ana aea asoaoa np some oc in net row suaaas. 1 Be sent the Man Ilea aod Battler np th Little Bad, river, a small tributary ot th Black, and- the forest Bos and Petrel np the Tensas. Tha night Was dark, and raining very hard. The Manitoa and Has tier sooooeded In oaptatlng the rebeleleesner LauisvtUe, one, of th lancet and narbaoa beat staaaur. In iha western watera. TJp th xeniaa, crone of. Its trie ten rtea, we rorest boo or reirei captured the slsaina Bl mure, loaded wlthatorar, sugar aad bsoon for the rebel army, u -t ., finding the eteamsrs which hid eonveted Oen. Walk. er'a srmy had returned up tbe Washita, th expedition started up that river sind earn suddenly oa twe rebel eleamers, bat tha rbte sl tba n fir and they were oonsumed. On steamer loaded with ammunition as. oeped above fort Harrteonburg, which Ie every etrong work and unassailable With wooden gunboats. It is an elevation over ona toouaana reet ruga, with wtter Set. terlea of heavy suns. IdsUb Belfrldge, however." heard af k lana ouantltv of ammunition that bad lately bees hauled from Hatches, at Trinity, nearly due weet of Natchea. and from whence storee. provisions, settle, gun aad ammunition at transported 1 He captured fifteen theusaod rouddvof amopienaraiiiuon, ten thousand rounds ot oafleld and two hundred and Iwantv-fcur nnnda ot fixed am- mukiltloni fifty-two hogebeads of sugar, ten puncheons of rum and fifty' narrate 0 salt, ail belonging to tbe uonisaeraM aovarnmini. nsiksr'a army la lalt almost witnout ammunition, Tb effloere have SBewn great energy In this expedi tion, and have met with a mlahapa. I bay p round good deal or information ny wnion ruiur monmnu wltt b regulated. - Th paopl In that section an very in ce regulated. - xae popie in tnat section an vr boatlle to tha 4rovnuneat, being rank rebels. - rl uiw I have the honor to be, , - . ,.s DAVID D. PORTER. To. Hon GIDEON WELLKS What Fell Into our Hands at Port Hudson. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF. 14TH ARMY CORPS, PORT HUDSON, July 10. is: I havs the honor to Inform yon that with thla tnsrs reii into our nande over nve thousand prlsonare, UMludlng one MsjorSeneral, one Brigadier-General, twenty pteoee Beavy artillery, five complete batteries, aum be ring thirty -one pleoea of fleld artiltery, a rood supply of projectiles for line and heavy guns, forty-faur tneuaana eigne nunarea poana annon powder, Svs thousand stand ot arms, fifteen thousand xound small arm ammunlUoa, beside e aaall amount of stora ef various kinds. Woaptord alee two eteamers, on wniou is very vaiuaoie, Aoey wiil ne ot areai sotvloo N. P. BANKS Major—General Nsw' Totx July SS.-Nearlv S70.000 la elreedV col lected for the families of pallcsmsnrsman and soldiers Injured or killed In the riots. .'; . . - :. 1 , Detachments of troop from ths Army of the Potomsc nav amvea, so us onarg ot us uraltea men Ut north era and eastern New lork. ,'',, . ! i, ::. , 'Ji : PmiAtaxrwiAi July 2S.-The draft In Ik 191k snM was Bnisbad this aorninw. oomalailiiw tha 2A Dma elonai DUtrict, At tb clew ef the drawing three ebsars wan sit.a ids lum oury, signs or wrong, xae araa lor ins ciiy ow ampin with tne tawsptisa ef the " uiai. ij: ) i ' t I I 'I 11 I .1 aim A Ii "l London Forftf ?W BroW Stoat, I ' Vt,'aV.t: liOKt DON tl'.lii t ' ' ' 'V.V. ri well khown that thMS4bnrths of the. Bear uold for London Porter Is Cwanterfett nnA lniaata.. i inaieaa us wneunai h ums aa oaueats Bealtn.i A i SIT rattan It.. Haw Vavk. Sol Agent for Candler A Boss. Juneia-dSmiod ' 1 - :,,"low,Not. 17, IWJ.'i 1 rWIIB rerarV ts tbe genutobnea et the Beer supplied bjaarrs. handler It Bon iybamrnly, Ie I B.auuar, yatnre a 00.": 15 'C'AHDNEI. O.Titiirtr Fl i i COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market—July 25. SPJT1" tMn 8'J is Ira' at ssaa3s, f LOCK Imi J,Hwm, lnMm I . M rnecearewlthiiitdMiii4nbnii,. ni. .,nn ac ..I - . . . ... ... P . w ir umi auiai aa oxa a ror eommon to good prinv Drina ua round hoop Ohio. - . -- WHISKY More active at 4545Xo for good and WHBAT In fair rrounl fnr Tnnt kllk hn cae for white; eommon and Inlerior dull and heavy at 1 0OS1 17 for Chicago spring; 91 12A1 ilfor Mil- "iBDj )i aai aa tor amber lowai ai S7 ror oboiee amber Green Bay; BlSiaiU for winter rsd wwrn, at mi wror amber Mlchlgau.l , OOBN Haa adveneed l'Jc with good home trade auu speculation aemana. sales al otxawjio for ship, ping mixed western, eloslng firm. "" m ana in moderate demand at 70S7QCK. ruHli. tlnenad doll anil a mi B.. ...i.. . Ill 80(311 6iH for old man ail Siva 11 wl- i, .m liiixi, iiua,i u utaio tw ior new prime, BAOON Bides dull and heaiy. 1 " ' , tiju; Sijsnv Miwr. at Koitfve. ' r. 1 - Cincinnati Market—July 24. I LOCK We have to still notice a dull market. orlces nemlnal. fresh around l selllnr tn tha it dealers at B4 73 to 5 35. ' . wnih.K A good demand and the supply light. Bales of 500 brie at 42aMS;i, the Utter rate ror wason. rBVfiDiuno- a urmer reeling, aou a growing dis position meniraettd te buy, which Is tb cause of this flrmnsss. Trad on th Misslalppt 1 opened by the uovernment, which ebeeie the community, and gtvea matters the aspeot of old time. 100 hhds Bsoon Bides sold at the, and old meas Pork at 9 SO, and we under- suoa mat a ou was paid ror a lot. Bulk Shoulders are held at 4Xo, and sides at 4Jk;c LABD Bom Inquiry for Lard, but we hee-d af no eaie. .,1 ,, , 6K00BRIB8-A dull market, without ehan.a. n gar, 11X i3Xe 'or raw, end,15J15j,o for nfind, Ooffee na30o. . .' WHEAT A further deollne of &3e per bush'al wu established on red. but there waa a fair loauiri bun thlppers at tbe decline, and the marketcloaed staadv at BUiu.. . .1 . . . CiCjJ.ik... ... ... . . . . wwofo tv, uvw mm oojhvvq tor 01a. wuiie rules dull and heavy, but prices are not quotably lower. though they are merely nominal. It Is held at fliffl'jBc for Indiana or Ohio; glOU for new Kentucky; and BIOS for old do. The sales made nubile bush prime red (new) at 91 Xo, delivered; 700 do at ooto, oeiiverea; juuu ao prime red (new and old) at B.vU3!3uu do prime Kentucky white (new) at Blli ana xw do inivrtur do at S7o. , UUUB The market rule eteady. with a demand about equal to the enpply. We quote shelled and ear at 5857 In balk. 400 bath shelled at !7o 480 do at S8c In sacks, saoks to be returned ; and 450 do ear at S7c in onia. , , OATS A continued dull and heavy market, and prices are lower, olooiog dull at tba decline. Tbe are now freely offered at 600 lo In bulk. A lot of 1300 uusn was reposte at ujo at canal, but tbls waa ocas Id ered above the market. . -,: . 1 . .. BYB There ie not enough doing to establish. Quota tions, and prices are entirely nominal. Prima samples are held at Otto on arrival.. 1 HaY The market is unchanged and steady. We quote prime Timothy at $SI OUjftiet 00 per ton In kites on arrival, and 23 01KS24 from itore. 0HBE8B Tbe receipt continue light, and hardly equal to the demand, anu the market rule firm at full ptices. We quoteselccted Western Reserve c, and tummirg iuc. BUrTBK The supply Is In exoesa of the demand. and prices are drooping, but not quotably lower. We quote prime to cnoic idwivo, ana ratr to good, lU(a ijo. : .......,. . (. . ' ,;' ", ' y. Gaaette. Cleveland Market—July 24. ILOOB Markst dull and drooping. Sales 100 bbls fine Hoar at BIOS. WHB al InacUve and unsettled. Sales 1 car at 1 04, 1 car at II Ot and 1 atSl OS, all on track and sagged. 1 ..... !,, OOdtf Bale 1 car tars at S80. OATS Quiet at 63c. . HiaHWINXS-Quletat42i!. BUTTIR Bales 18 firkins Central ai Me and IB do western xuserve at no. BaQs In good local demand with sales at 11(3 UrtC. DRIED APPLBB-Salea choloo In small loteatSXe HAMS (ale 1200 lbs fremont hama at 10c. SAIiT-teadyatB2Mfornosand 0S for eeane and ground Solar. YIN B a A a Bales elder vinegar St llXo. u : .KBOEIPTB. 2350 bush wbsat, 1-car oorn and S ears oils. 1 New York Money Market—July 25. Money continues easy at 8 per cent on call loan. Sterling Exchange quiet t 138X4BI3S lot first diss bills.' . Cold without decided change, opening at 27)f; closing Staaay at Aw'X Pr cent, premium. , Government etooke firm; C. B. 6'e '81 coupons 10fl,V; 7-30'i lOoaitaj. , . rM , . Iota 1 exporU of specie to-day 1 ,610,028. f ;'.- New York Stock Market.—July 25. -Th - Stocks dull. Beading 100 Alton end Terra' Bants SIX; Salens and Chicago V)i Chicago and Bookls- aaaiuajf ....... a , of , iOFElCE'tJAYiCOOKE, V I General 1 iSnb'scription (i,. for 5-20 Loan, Agent 1 , i u (VIA . No. 114 South .Third .Street,: j PHILADELPHIA.', v jnll I ml" ! j I IOW I bell x"K-'ii National Banking 'Associations. 1 ;5 . xjrt:t isrxst'C '''1COArMUNITiE3 and CAPITALISTS now eontemplatlDg tbe formation of n AlUJN AIi BANKINQ ASSOCIATIONS, under . SEU EETARY CHASE'S BILL, pasted at the tate session of Cnnneii. ara reminded that the '' t -.. ' ; - ? SI ? 1 J J X S.I 3 7 Tf not (or a limited period to bs obtained at par, may, after tba first o .August, bs withdrawn. The Improved condition of Military affairs and the constant succewlos cf Tlotorkt, tugsthef with th com plstlon cf the preparations for ths Issue of f onr Bun. dred Millions of Legal Tender Interest bearing notes, or Treasury Notes, renders ths tuning of further long or permanent loans, ht present, exceedingly doubtfal. The Loans of ths Government, maturing In 1861, are now selling at six per cent, srtmlum. These would ad vance to 10 or 15 per cent, premium If the Beoretary of thaTreasnry ahould dlseoatlnu th ssle of tbs 5-SO'i; and ths S-80's themselves would soon commands hand- tome premium, should tha demand for Government Loans, u th basis for banking or for Investment, be st all tcUve. It It possible that the Beoretary cf the Treasury may rsoslv BubMitpUena to ths S 30 Losa lor a longer period, should then be any delay In tbe pre paration of the notes for lbs supplying ef tha Treasury with funds, or should he, In View of, the manifest bene fits te th country frta th present popular mods bf dis tributing tbe Loans of, tha Nation amongst ths ptopU or to encourage the formation, ot the new Banks. decide It jo be wis and Judiotou te further extend the HoM of Subscriptions t tbs S-SCs a par His views and Inten tions oa the suhJeoU. of oouns, ere unknown) there- Tore, the safest and wisest soars is to subscribe at once, I -1 J.all . ' . W" iil . -i I ... qimi six per cent jgono, witu tne miens ana pnnoi- pal piyabla in GOLD, oan be hadat par. ti .lt will afford me. pleasure to farnlsh full Information lb regard to the formatloh cf the National Banks, and the ascsaarp steps to. be Uken, printed, doonments relative thereto will be furnished at Washlngtca, ea plication te Bon. HUGH MoCTJLLOTJGH, Comptroller Of the Correnoy, er by ths nndtatgned.J M ' i n ; , U BubaorlDtion Aaent for K.BI) Loan. lU Saatai; TBtlrdV St., FtaiiadelpBxla.; JBiySSUtV-. tUO,. Fail I , it JO'' i-i I II. I till . .l t NEMSlQEjgTQP n.ij ra. gi jMgi BUM SUaeta.Uiaiia (.. . ' . v...;', li- . ... 1 j notw.J. s'i'r jr!yv tifiTt xJ jjLuz''. u1'i (Farraarir OtttaaiifaW .f,Ciaatt Of srt tvery'varlety of Ladles', Gents' and OhBdrefiv I aooui ana aavm. i ; CTSTOMOEK,,, VlTTLL Bl DONl TW THB MOBt APPBOTBD MAN- TT ner, and M eheap sates, en tbe ehorteet notioe. Ky eerperleae la this line is long aad favorably known. I tberafore as licit th custom of all who have known aw for years. v. .a...;-. sPaMsnra mra iso noxrTiJr von aaylS-dta , a. trrr nnT'tr.'itnnU f-'aai-avBA,jsJw ayay 4" The Finest In tlie.Qreat T7est. 9jzi j I . ". "". '" :- OPEN DATlJlJlllr6lltfn I '". re i A .... Eatrabce ealllElt St., Buckeye Btack, 1" - eppenie saw Bsxenaagra Hank. OPBNB AT rf A "hf'.... OLO8B8 Af B P,; UmMx?. I c. HlOEr rrap're aprlll-tf , ., . I ..... ..... ..aa sjU I '.:. srt Sdrr Bheriil'Bj Qalo. , . John McOally ' ' i Oourt ot OommoU f leai it 1 VS. . . Vnnblt. A 1. Joslah Baagbjnan at el.) Ohio. I IB PDRRDANOB 01'A1 OBBDBR OP 1 theaald Oourt to me directed. I will nir.r . 1. at public auction at the door of. tbe Oourt H cms la ebJ ov.lv city of Columbus, on '"'"::.':. .'" "" ' scino,- Saturday, tbe S9th day of Asgstt, A D, .8C5; fjj-g atone o'olock P. M., the following deaoribad raal sslate, situate In lb eoanty of franklin, and state of Ohio, to- -'' wit: 1 . ,.. 'i ,j ; i.y, u In raSge 17, township 1, seoond quarter, beginning in the center of Iheoid State read leading from Columbus . to Biendon at the north line of hairs of John Agler, inence sorts in the line and center of said road twenty- ' ' two and ona half rods to a dltcb. lhanoa weal a(. ...,-r . i cast bank of Elm creek, tbeco south along tbe bank to - mm iniu ,iu ui amiti jigier'suairs, inence east io m M ' . i plaoe of beginning; eonlilniog one sera and one ban- ' - Him ,uv. . .... . , , t . . Appraised at $-200. .,.- HI .' , . ... 8 BUMAN.'Bherkt. Printer's fcee 14 50- ' .., a, A . JtHljUS-dllAwtd ' .:..-.- .. ...... ;..:;. . Masler Commissioner's Sale. John Biltlor et al. Oourt of Common Pleas of n" . I va. i . .. franklin Oannty, . " William W. Davis. i ; , t-orn., , Ohio. ,." . ' ; IN aTDUSfJANOE Or IK OKDKBClV thai said Oourt to me dtreotsd. I will onar for aaia at pub So auction, st the door f the Court House tn . the city of Oolumbusoa J 1". Saturday, tba 39th day of August, A. P. 1063,. ,, at one o'clock 1 P. at.', the following described real ,;'; taw, stiuata in tna oounty. or rranklin and Stat of-;. -'. . Ohio, tc-wlu - - Lot Ho. 140, In tbe town' of DubunV-A part of lot No. 135 In tbe town of Dublin. Beginning at tbe north seat corner of said lot No. 135, thane south witb the front lice of said lot about 34 feel to the oorner of Wll 1 tamo. naya'o pan or said tot, tneae west with tbe Una or said William B. Hays to tha allay, north-west oorner of eald Uaye's psrt of said lot, thence acrlh -'- with tbe alley to tha north west corner of said lot No. " 135, thenoe with tha lino of eald lot east to the begin- r r nlng. j Also, the following lot No. 134, In tbe town of " ' ' Dublin. , Appraliedr-LotBTo..l40at730. - -,. I , Q. W. HUFfMAN; Sheriff, 1 , . end Muter Oouimiaeioasf . 1 Printer's fees B4 SO. w vm.sv t julylM-dltawtd '"r, " ' i" , ii 1 1 , ;j , : Master Commissioner's Sale. WllltoB:HuHrt Buptor court 'ot'frsnkn.' Robert Rlordan t al. S eoun,sr' 0hl0' IN IPVRSDANOE Or. AN ORDER OP th said Oourt to as directed, I wtll offer for sals at Public Auction, at th door of tb Court Bouse, te the Olty of Oolambus,oa. - -. , Saturdays the 8th day of August, A. D. 1863, stone o'clock, P. Bf., tbs fallowing described real a- , tale, situate In franklin county, Ohio, to-wll: A part of " ' Park's survey No 3,313, In tba Virginia Military Dis trict, winning at a point tn in nauonat Head and a road laid out along tba east line of a rtaln treat Of 3U0 acres, ot theraaboute, belonging to Joeeph M. SulU vant; thenoe N. deg. B. 118 00-100 polee along tbe center of tha eald National Road; thenoN.5)f dog. W- '" 1H4 22-100 poles toa stakai lhaca- 8. 77 d eg. 30 mm. W. , OS 40-100 polee to a slake, being the northwest 00 roar of Robert S. Neil's land; thane B. 21 dag. 30 mln. wast lta polee to tbe plan of beginning, containing 100 acraa; It being a tract of 100 sera off the weat and of s tract of SWXeoreaeeraed by eaid Robert!, Nell, 4 . ,,,, Aparassadat Bi4 . 00 per acre. , j, . . k . .V ; , :. a. v. aaaia, Att'y. .,' lew' ti'i ..I 1 a, (...J k .,, . i Trin tor's fees S4 SO, jaly I-dltAvwtd W" HTJIfMAN, Bharilt.''' . end Master Ooaaxalsswner. ' i -' j i i .. . it f 1 -, . l ; r ,- wj)sworth house, , , ADjOnnNft N. T. CBWTRAL, tAKBT BHOBB, AN - 1 1RIB RAILROAD DKPOXC, BDf VAIKJ, N. t. " TH Mo Ctmcewisitf Hoaie rn (As CUy"':- THB Wadeworth Btmse has recently bwn Painted, . Preoooedand refurnished throngbont, and la now ona of tbe beet appointed House In tbe State. lis prox imity to the principal Railroad Depot render! It partic ularly desirable to travelers as s stopping place, while none of tba old prejudice which has sxieted agaUst booses contiguous to Railroad Depots can attach lo av-r; Passengers will observe the Hons en ntertot taadew '" pot. i Look oa the right-hand etde I Song rung a rbv arrtval of th train. Twenty minute allowed In obaagx " . big baggage. AgoodBesburantlasttachad to thaHoawa, ' at tha end ef the Depot. Accommodations for three hun- ''1 dred gnosis. . .; .. . , ; .i ti ) mohllloaa , . . . WANTED (KNITTIJia MAOHINB-Tsrarrs, Volunteer and other, to know that thalr "we- - men folks'' oan earn BS to 20 per week with one ot ' Aiken's OeUbrxted Knitting Machines. It will earn Its ' oootln thirty days. Prtoe, eoaptete, ISO. 1 Weight 43 ,l pouada. freight froa Moente to II SO..,BendforeIf ' nar and samples, inend ataanp.l .-.-...w , I KSJLIOT. A BRANSON,"' : - . " I ' Jairri Agants, april21'83-dly ,10 Lake straet, Chicago, 7ll. ' i "i" u i i l i ili A? "rf,.i4 Wanted. r 557f? A BONTHt 1 want to hire" Agents In S)0 ovary oounty at $73 a month, axpeaass pai4,t-iv. Sell my new eheap family Sewing Machine. ' . i Addrwav B. BIADIBON, Alfjrad,Me. raay8-dwtf . , ei m. AxartTHi we want egwatt m sus a y w aauaiiB, ananw saw, so aall oar i emenaao na 1 aew'asefni i 'aasaVe. Orimtal urnr. and 13 other and eurtoue article. 13 etraubtra. jres. mayS-ddnrtf BHAW A CLABK, Aiddeford, M ColnrabB8 Wholesale Liquor Store , LAIELLE ROSS & CO., COMmSSIONi-MERCMNT IHPOBTBBB AND DlALBBS d, 1 f.P foreign and Somaitlo WinsjVBranUosvci .CiO-.i..; f,, ,..t. ,y oc-A m.''i-0 u- j ii o. ALSO, . OLD RYE, MONONQ AHELA it BOURBON r .'.aj'ATIft ju J ftfj err WABBHODBI AND Of f 101, tSt' 80TJTH B19H SC. I , vifci-'vi i j Ooltimbus, O.- Nov.nBaiafJiuiyis.l. o IT&JL JOHN L. ATTORNEY ATaAW -offioB .iJca.J jero 1 .0&&h?,p$&lngi: aovSVBMlfl j it i u V, A ill w jOL'tiin, uSL't'tsOXTZXO OX XaTX VSs "'"tflci- -l TM Bai&TBiiil Morthvast Coroer thWl Bad Itsht MraatM Iilljt OTCnTlTATI. O.ftA r. t'i Deo. t. siRflsUa. t ;.,,. tlf f I J. 'eWfTBT, BINGHAM & M'GUFFKY. ATTORHEYS ila J .J al . ami ft lOS-la Beadlei. IbStls A sUaharda' 'lldia. BM iuulh Mlgb Strwt. lplT-dlK "WKS . If .'.