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II is . fc" . ..... M V "VX .' l M H H il TriJi.iTiri 1 tin .' .ii ' rn 1-n I ! .n-r. - '! l -.i. f t ' I f . " COLUMBUS. OHIO, MONDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 1865. NUMBER 277."' wy-iiTi ; L JU 11.:. . ..Naaa5sBf.....r r V ' I . . . . I ' ' '. : ln. j . '' ' " !:'..: '"' .-i: INSURANCE TOIXST ?ACCIDESTi j THE ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY VOP (COLfTltlBUS, OHIO, !i I .f .Witha r. Capital- of One Million Dolllars, In 1-. . (lOOO.OQp,) , , . , ,,.(, hnow ready to Insure sgalmt' ACCIDE NTS "brBVCRT BESCHIPTIO, oii buqj.t lnjuiiy. dr1' "ff','Tmi 'i'iiI'i US': I' . t n, . Thli Companv la nritaniied anner tn Uentral In uranot Laws of Ohio, and tha. applicant for a poli cy may readily iatinfyWrrtnelf f the ranponaihility of tha Company, by application to any of th oDicor or at anta of the Company. . Tbn mode of Insurance Is preferabla to Life In surance, fOr'the reason that it is much cheaper, and g'rea treekly eumpenaaVion in case of disability rising from any acoident whatever, whether they occur in travellnc by railroad, steamboat or slane eoach.walkinKinthestreeteratwork in the shops, and history ras-ie ty of eireuowtancts in which men are placed. "r''T'nNCE R '' -; ' GENERAL ACCIDENT POLICY. The payment of.TEJSf DOLLARS secures Ten Dollars' pw WnV "eohipensatlon wrllla disabled for apeiVx ooteaeeeduii fix months from anyone aeei tokfm ''.-.. ,i .. , Two " Thousand Dollars In tip event of dth Ity Accident. '"ft :' . ,-i Trie f artnmt of FIFTEEN DOLLARS secures ritteen-lieusr weekly eompennauon, or Three Thousand Dollars 1 ; ' '' 1,1 'In case of death.- t,.: ft a rn - , A ay other sums up tatan Thousand Dollars at proportionate rate. .. s , . Vou cap insure in tnls Company for any length of time from ONE': DAY TO FIVE YEARS, And policies will be renewed at ext iration. Mil r v. i ,.',), NO.tVTOWATO ;IS -REQUIHED, It is the simple T arid cfieapc'sf mode of protec tion Mainit want and suuefuw in care of Accident, and places the insured . and (hope dependent upon hiurabove the hdmilly and mortification of asking eharftoremitraetimr debts fordail. stthMitnnoe. . TfVeilollnwiBK ocntjemen cqnatitule the Executive officers, who cordially invite inquiry and publio In terest in the Company: 1:1 ' .1 n r;v J r. bitib i n, ! UXVID S. siKAV, V President. etdeni Prwi H ice President. ,,1 V'da.i i J1KNJ, E. SMITH Exeoutive WH.U. DESHIjI WM. A. PLAIT, Committee. EO. B. WilIITv Seo'y Treasurer. Columbus, Ohio, May S, 1B86.' .... tf TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. VP HARTFORD, CONN. , CfAJPJTA-L - - Jf?CO O.OOO. INSURES AGAINST iCO IDE NTS -OF-'-.'- .in- .. .. , , DESCRIPTION OENERAE. ACCIDENT POLICIES For Five Hundred Dollars, with $3 per week 00m peaaatiou, can be bad for $3 per annum, or ant otbkb. sun between 500 and tlO.OOO at proportion ate rates. ' TTENTV-FIVE DOLLARS PREKIIUIrl Secures a Policy for $5,000 or J5 per week compen aatlan far all and. every deseription . ot acoident travaUpg or otnerwise under a GsNiit al Accidknt fqUsy, at OR1II N ART RATI. Firry DOLLARS PREIHIUM Becures a full Policy for 110,000 or' 50 per week Compensation, as above. : ' d:..;.' ' FOREIGN RISKS. follc1s'liraed for Foreian, Wet India, and Cal ifornia Travel.: 'Rates can belaarned bj application to A Umca er Agencies, . ,,IIQRTTfiriE TICltETS..,; . This Cnmmin'i Inscrakci Ticiets lor ONE or THIRTT days' travel may be purchased at many of tne Hallway nr uenerai iicxei vmces ana noteis. Teneents will bay a ticket for one days' travel, in suring 3,000 or 1 weekly compensation. Ticket policies may be bad (or 3, ( ind, 12 months, in the aam manner. ' 'i, ' tlaiaxdous Risks taken at Hazardous Rata. No Medical- Examination, required. Policies written by the Company's Agents. Policies issued for fM), 000 and for Ave years. -on I "DIKEOTOB8. . Gastavus K. Davis, .R Thomas l)elknap Jr Jas. Ifewardl,'J ' JiilrneTStts B.'&rirln, yeni W Moot::; Hugh Harbison "Marstiall Jewell, ' 1 Oeorge 8. Oilman, EbaViertr JtobrU.n rd Jobathan B. Bancs. RODNEY DENNIS, J.G.BATTERSON. - Secretary. ' President. ??fHM f. DRVDEN, Asrant. '-loTSodth Hlght street, Colambis. T.b.'li .TS-0U 1 1 1 ,:i:i1 t. luti' '(d ao j ' n."S-t" -1. nid vif 'iif ) .tilt': ' '. rHH vATTITION; .pr ,,,DEALER8, JL . Hetel KeepeH 4n4 Families, desirous of obtain ImtcliAme Toas at' reasonable rates, is respectfully disot)(lo oar1 'O on. i .wvt 1..: .1 tiitf oJw it ihl j' !! ' ' C0MPLETK ASSORTMENT OF, .. . ,.v .fcrlEflC' BlACk,,!AND NATURAl; tMF' TEAS1 Which we,'o'lter,in'1orginal jpackages, or In quanti ties Wsuitparcfcasers. We feel justified insaying that jtb never fail to meet all reasonable expecta tions, and while orders are constantly ooming in for oaucO br.Ci t: viC oT Jost'aoch'Tet as you lent ns before," . tuaii 1tl id iji.l :n. iti'd .il-i! Hi tmrk,raf3ly)eBrr) Parsens yha, as a titer of.tsje, or from nygienlo considerations, nse Hlaok Tea, often find. It difficult to get a good artiole.' JM 911,'lMI Kj'J.t''tij ' I i 3Ya HmiB iOTtTCO ATc i '. tudt ke ,lmal .iar e ft iim'siyi!t eaiot keaxolled,.nd have established reputa- ""Mitt1 MATOtAir LEArft ara of ttie jpuresT" iad sweetest chops, "and 'being cured jia(JiAAWresfrm thed.aleri(vsef fttroduedbyooaiotwith oopper, ,., r .A. full line, of staple and fane Oroceries always on hand sit lowest toarkelprioes. , , .' ' ; iBROOKS, STEARNS & CO. ia "'t.J - ' ri: , . ; i.," drOr .O.W .P f m,,',..,- "' stoik-ith; st.; 80 AtJRES 0F;;XAND ,Ytrn .T ii'-i .int. .mj.ow Y:ir.on wrt SITUATED. N' THE! HILL, TWO ..miles WastiatlOolumbua, immediataly south SLlaad lately purchased from this Rank for the s.vlum for Imbeciles, Upon which a fine building is Dotal bettlK'steDted for that institution,' - ii&'liis land baa a frsnt of SU rods on Solllvant's .venue, anil, the east end tyog high, and ;HavWgi.apIwdjd;..Yiew,, nBTStf'Sie1 roaa:'to be' 'pAeierlj runnlti'r Berc km Hie' National Road Mtbe llarrisburg Road. Akeate-tiraso it is woodland, . and one-third tWMtVt A sH laslll saaswit 'WiWimVLm W ;iOT AIR rUItN-A-CEl1? PETER MARTIVS Patent Improved Hot Air liirnaees, : I OR PUBLIC AND PHI V ATE USE. For Wood or Coal. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC is called to the above Furnaces, as they combine ventilating wnn beating qaalitios. . Tne inventor has, after years of experiments, suc ceeded in perfecting what be claims to be the best Furnace now in nse. Among its many advantages over the ordinary Furnaces, are: The small amount of Fuel required, to keep It in operation. Keeping the moms constantly Supplied with pure,, frenh air, drawn from Nature's inexhaustible stock out of doors. Lar Air Cbambors, avoiding the confinement of heat in heated walla and hot metal chambfrs. Improved Water Chambers, which keep up a steady supply of moisture, which overcomes the great objection to ordinary Hot Air Furnaces. The castings are heavy, and strongly bolted to gether, guarauteeing durability under any degree of neat. Particular attention Is called totheSELF-REGTT-LAT1NO ARR A MiEMKNT of this Furnace, whiob has been pronounced by scientific men to be the IJEST ' EVEIt MADE. Mf Every Furnace warranted to give entire sat isfaction. . ... - references: By permission, I refer to the following parties, who have tbe Furr.aoo. in use: , J.R. Davey, ooruer John and Hopkins streets, Cincinnati. ' 1 B. Roth A Co., 8t. Nicholas, comer Fourth and Race streets, Cincinnati. J. Elsas, resrth street, near John, Cincinnati. - ( M. Eckert, ilankstrcet, Cincinnati. N. li. Boruard, Court street, ntar Freeman, Cin cinnati, O. W Rechtin, Pike street, Cincinnati. Ollmnre, Dunlap A Co., Bankers, Fourth street, Cincinnati. J. F. Hendy, Covington, Ky. Olaier4Bro., Fourth stieot.near Smith, Cincin nati, . ' . Alr. Clearwater, Dai ton street, Cincinnati. - William l)( ane, t'ireleville. Ohio. J. N otter, ot the firm of Kohn, Netter A Co., Cin cinnati. . A N. Riddlo. Cincinnati. ' Van Vlick, Cincinnati. - Mr. Smith, of the Firm of Smith 4 Dltson, Cin cinnati. ' , tl. Fechiemer, Eighth street, near Vine, Cincin nati. H. N. Mcgrue, Milford, Ohio. E. H.niasdel, l.awrenceburg, Indiana. J. Bast. Aroliitietv Cincinnati. -Jlr. Moore, Architect, Cincinnati. Walter A Stewart, Cincinnati. Picket A Son. Cincinnati. , Anderson A Haitoafor.i, Cincinnati.' The Warm Air Furnace ratnufaotured for me by Peter Martin, could not easily be excel.ed, making the atmosphere ai pleasant as summer, is free from smoke or gas, aud ousts for fuel but s mere trifle. : , JAMES CALHOUN, Alderman, ,1 . ' 12th Ward, Dayton street, Cincinnati. 111- - . ... . Mt. Notkb Damb. Rbapiko, Onio.l .? November aOih.lRSl. I Mb. Martin.. This is to certify that we tried the Furnace you built for us, and are satisfied with it. Our rooms are amply heated. : r'"iffeR3 NOTRE DAME. Cincinnati, April 28, 1PM. Having used, during the past winter, the Hot Air Furnace manufactured and put up by Mr. Peter Martin, 1 willingly testify to the very general satis faction it has given ine. . J. 0. CULBERTSON, 3H6, West sixth Street. I have used for two winters Mr. Peter Martin's Hot Air Furnace in my dwelling, and am well satisfied with its operation. . GIUFFIN TAYLOR. If it were necessary, I might refer to thousands of others, not alone in Cincinnati, but .throughout Ohio and the other States. T My Furnaces are made to burn Coal, Coke, or Wood: and I have quite recently invented a Fire Potwhioh is put into tach Furnace being a very great Improvement on anything hitherto known. . it is constructed of large Fire I ricks, 16 inches square and 4 inches thick; and plenty of space Is given out side of it, and within the Furnace, for the free cir culation of cold air, so that it is impossible to crack it or burn it out.. . .. Smoke, Consuming; Coal askd. Wood ' Hot Air Furnace. Furnaces altered and repaired. . . '. OiilvanicAil Iron Cornices and Gutters. fin. Corrugated and Sheet Iron and Slate Roofer. ! i'nmtanttKtl Irnn llnnra.nil Shllifnr.. ' ior f ull particulars regarding price, Ac. can be , obtained at my store, No. 149 West Fifth street, or ' No. 149 West Fifth street, between Raje andilm, Cincinnati. mch8'g5-dly ; THE UNITED STATES HOTEL '" ' I'- Beach Street, Boaloa. Harm (Directly opposite the Boston & Worcester . Kailroad Depot.) r. - ....! THE SUBSCRIBDR MOST RESPECT FULLV informs ms iriends and the pub n' thatafur an axper ienoe et over nine years as an Assistant at tbe American House r this oity.be has leasod upon very favorable terms the . . ! UNITED STATES HOTEL; I ' ' . ' . .; " . - : 1 which has for a long period, under the able and pop ular superintendence of Cot. Spooner, received a Tery liberal patronage. . . . ' The undersigned will endeavor to keep up the popularity of the establishment as a -t - , . j I -IT'lriBt, Class , JIotel.L; ' ' and be solicits yMr patronage, assuring you that ne exertion out bps part shall be wanting to render your enuer yo :reeHble. stay at ms nouse ootn oomtorianie anaagreexoie. I ,pt' 1'KAKia.U. PIIATT. I HOOE.MIRTS.MMMIIIION! : ' New Hoop Skirt . Manufactory," :n .m.j . , .1 Having seen tbe un fair trading of an article of such importance te the Ladies in this city,' wo eonoluded to open ai large Hoop Skirt aoto ry, and invite theatten tion of the publio in general to can and ex amine my great assort ment of Hoop Skirts. noluding the Patent Gore Trail and Patent Vl.lnna.aliA .na.la.ta... style of ijuak'er Elastic Skirts, Spiral Buntles, dorsst! JVeat Slrjrt Sup- PMyraRetil Departmsnt il id the hands of compe tent Ladies. Dealers in surrounding towns will do well to eon. salt their wwl interest roallin on merwkveu ift want of Hoop Skirts. ': , .. Mr Hoop Skirts Made Over and Repaired Ladies, you will please remember the place-. No. 21 East State street, f Next door to the Journal ofBoe. ' ' E. REED,' :. mohJa'M fr , Hoop Skirt Manufactory. ' BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY. v 1.01 1 ij i , 1 ,.,.. ii.!,, T.T T ri ' , ' - - r ' M. O. LILLE Y & CO.,' " "ii ' '' '; I..,,; ;i y i ' ; f , ... Blank1 Book Manufacturers, We).' NorflgWlh Street " i vt:COLUMBUs.'.o; ; '?;::, ,...,,"."l"7.;.n-y i'V" J!..: GE0..W, ANDREWS, ' Attbriey 'aiid.Ootin$t!llb? at" Law, i,;;.i'i.',wAPAKONETAi'il:!;w-, i'i 1. !'"-ii t AvfflfUm eTsj., ' fnwtiotw ln; th Oonr of WesUnr "ohii" fit at ;? ie'a Patronize Home InsUtntioos and HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. AUTIIOKIZED BY THE STATE. ' Omo in XJxxloxx zatlools.; ( XXlsli Btroot. ( Inatsroa aeulnat Iosw or OiimiAge by Fire asad Lightning. Bualneaa ConOned to Flntt-Clasut Property within the State. . ' ' " J..-- : : .,, , This Comnanv. under Rtate control, eondnntji Itji ruislneitM on t.hA most aonrnved and economical plan taking risks only in First-Class, Detachod Proport.v, Fana Buildings, Private Dwellings, and their Con tents, making ii .safer than those insuring Mills, Factories, Wooden Rows, and other property of similar hasard. It is the chief aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a large business, as being a surer guarantee to pertnanenoy and of greater ultimate success; their rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage, do so with the firm ounviotiou that the plan adopted by Uiein, will make uio vuuiyany permanent ana sale to lis policy noiders. k " DIRECTORS! Hon. HAMUEL OALLOWAY, Columbus, O. LEWIS CASS, Esp., do. D. B. HUBBARD, do. officers: ' Samuel Oallownv. Prealdent. Alex. II.' If anley, General Agent. Lewis C'uaa, Vice Preaidnnt. W. A. Hunlcy, A.e'l tien'l Agent, D. H. Hubbard, Secretary. auglft-lyi H'r , - ....; Keep yonr Money in ' theStat C. i'. I BUTLER, MoTchant, Columbus, O: K. F. DRAKE, Fres X. 1). W. R. K., Xenia, O. ALEX. U. ulNLEY, Xenia, 0. TUB CIIAMl'ION Petroleum Company OP OHIO. , - GENERAL OFFICE, COLUMBUS, 0. CAPITAL STOCK- $400,000. Par Value and Subdcrlption Price, 10.00 per Share. Working Capital, - 10,000. No Prmonal Liability or Future A aeaaiucnta. . orriOBBs: , ! CEO. R. BLANCIIARD, .'resident. ' JOHN W. SKILES, Vice President, j R. E. CHAMPION, Sec'y and Treasurer. ' jlljjs.SJ. N. OLDS, Solicitor. ' '": f ' Lands Located in Ol io, West Virginia and Punnsjlvniiia. V. THE PROPERTIF.SOr' THIS COM PA ny consist of 423 acres of tho most desirable Oil Lands ia these States, seleoted with cars and judgment by practical men, after prospecting and examining the most productive regions and locali ties. A large part of it is situated on Dunkard creek. Green county, Pennsylvania, where, in pro portion to developments, the quantity and quality of tbe Oil found, is superior to Oil creek, it com mending a higher price in the Pittsburg market. The lands in West Virginia are located in Mon ongelia and Wetzell eountios, and are considered among tbe best in the S'ato. In Ohio, the Company property is located in Knox county, where the indications are most favorable. Oil of a .superior character as a lubricator being found at a depth of 560 feet, on adjacent lands, and within a few feet rf the Coir panv's property. The Company are already sinking one well, and have arranged to commence two more, as soon as the necessary machinery can be put on the ground. THREE WELLS have recently been struck only a short distance from the property of this Company, bitbkr ONI of which would, in one year, nearly r paythttntirteapital at the Company. ' The officers of this Company, in placing its stock before the public, are confident that the induce ments offered are not sui passed by any Company in the couptry. The Capital Stock is small for the amount of valuable Oil territory the Company pos sess, and the assurance of a speedy and large re turn to the stockholder is almost certain. Full and detailed information given on applica tion to the Sec. etary and Treasurer. A limited amount of the Stock Is now offered for lale.i Apply to ' - ' R. E. CHAMPION,' aprSjl-dflm Seoretary and Treasurer. Losses Paid in 46 Years $17,000,0 00. i NET ASSETS, JAN,, 1865, $3,677,362 71. ; . JF"Il?E AND INLAND itaVigatiOi mkks WW Ag-encies In all the Principal Cities and Towns in the United Slate's. Applications for Insurance will -ike promptly attended to. ANDREW GARDNER Jr., Ag't, . Johnson HuIIdln tf. ' mehl4-d3m NEW PIANO .STORE. F. C IalGIITE fc CO.'S, SUPEKIOR PIANO FORTES j CONSTRUCTED WITH INStJ- f im n. latea iron r rames, vue uuiy an- f g1 W li ni' faiilln. aitrMriiard vet discovered 1 1 I I animt the h.rah tnetallo tone invariablr met with (after a whileXin allinstruments otherwise construct ed. -A flue -assortment of those PIANOES will always be found at Ko.. n, vomer 01 tiign ana Town streets, . . . J. S. FASSETT. Agent. Columbus, Deo. 20. 1804,-dAwtf 1 , , , i i , P. A. : SELLS & CO.. i" t - i i ; ..i v'.-o .'i. ..." i: -i WHOLESALE GROCERS , A KB-. . , , t so'i J ,.t . . ;j . i A y.Ai Commission Merchant. DEALERS IN" floor,-BiltT Fish,;. Water -time and flastcr, . r SMthaMt Comer Town and Fourth Street! , ;VL'. COLUMBUS,: OHIO. nay ie,'s-,tri -t"- ,.:ui Governor's Proclamation 1 THE STATE OF OHIO. i SXF.OfTIVB Dkpaktmbnt, ; COLUMBUS, Mar 2d, le65. IM VIEW OF THE AFFLICTION OF Divino Providence upon the Nation, the Presi dent of the United State, has designated, XhurMlsiy, the 11 Day of June. next, as a dav of humiliation and mourning, and recommended "that our people on that day, in their respective p'acos o worship, unite in solemn ser vice to Almighty Ged, in memory of the good man who has bean removed, ao that all shall bs occupied at tbe same time in contemplation of his virtues, a d sorrow for bis sudden and violent end." Fully concumni with his Excellency the 1 resi dent in this mes'ure, I do recommend to the people ot the State of Ohio a united and solemn observance of tbe same ; that all places of business be closed, and that the day be observed as a Sabbath of the at ion: that all our people unite not only in numu i.tlnii hnfnre the Lord. andconteniDlationof the ser vices and virtues of the great and good man who has been taken awav troin us, nut in earnest prayer tnat Almighty God will sanctify this great affliction to us as a nation and dcodIo: that in His wise provi dence Ho will rule all these things for our good; and thatile will strengthen and guide our present rul ers, and endow them with wisdom to oonduet the Nation to peace and unity again. In witness whereof I iave hereunto set my hand the day aud .ear hrst.bov. wntun. Bvthe Oovernor! ''' F A. JUkblb, l'rivata Secretary. may3 HATE Y00 HEARD THE NEWS ! SAM FRANK H AS OPENED A LAUGE AMD SPLEN. did stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS WATCHES & JEWELRY, At the Store formerly ocoupied by Mr. Forney, No. 16 East Broad Street, Whioh he wiu-'., js-ejxjXj cheaper Than the like was ever sold in this city. NO CIURGE MADE" F'Jtt SHOWING GOODS. ....... MAGIC OIL.. . Hallo, stranger! stop a minute, sir, ' ' ' Here's a New Store, just drop in it, sir. And view with wonderful surprise, sir. The Boots A Shoes that will nieetyot dye, sir. Tho piles of Goods you have not seen, sir, Or else yon must be dogged fereen, sir, Te thus iahasie go pan the door, sir,, . . Of S. Frank's Jiow Boot A Shoe Store, sir. He's got of Boots, sure the best, sir, In North or 8outb;or Eautor West, sir, 'Tis not made up of 'Slouch' trash, sir. And he will sell it cheap for CASH, sir. His shop In town Is the same door, sir, Formerly Mr. Forney's store, sir, There 8. Frank takes the shine, sir. And out-dots all in ths Boot A Shoe line, sir. - . So come along, come one, come all, sir, a Come rich, come poor, great and small sir. Come pious folks.and hardened sinner, sir. And help along the new beginner, sir. H. FRANK, Buckeye Block. k, cprjpsitoJState House. k ' r Z f ' apre-dom PUBLIC SALE I -OF- v , REAL ESTATE. NOTICE IS IIEHEBT GIVEN THAT the Defiance Female Seminary will offer for sale, gt public auction at the door of the Court House in Defence oounty, Ohio, at 10 o'clock A. AI. qn'the ' - . Slst day of June next, the following described lands belonging to said Sem inary: j IN DEFIANCE COUNTY.7": 1 . . . ..vfo. . rAp'm'nt It ngei i own oooi ucscsimoN Aores iiuanwa u u. 3 s s 3 10 10 10 10 10 ei.il or.. SO IK) 060 00 . SO' 00 960 00 80 00 . 960 00 BO 00 860 00 80 00 9b0 00 40 00 480 00 SO 00 800 00 80 00 640 00 r 80 i ' 00 720 00 ' 80 00 400 00 80 00 480 00 80 00 660 00 77 . 52 40 IS 88 84 344 10 W Haor.J a fi n e qr. S n w ar 5 , LE'Xsw sr. t J i t i 10 T diw q ors w q K K of s w qr E H of s e qr W Kof sear 31 33 6B IV 7 T h. 7' E X of n e qr W H of n e qr R H of n w qr 4 1 WXnwtreqr Nwtfswfreqr IN PAULDING COUNTY.- ':-T No. Aoiet Ap'm'nt B'nge' Townl Seql DESOBJUTIOM Ilund d. o. StB- 3" 8of twqrl E X of s w qr 0 80 67 00 oo 47 -98A 00,. 400 00 787 33 S S3 f 1 W tfnetraj. .1 ,8JY.tn,Misf Taxiua a Q .1 Rntd l.nill wilt not he Bold fnS less than the appraised value 40 per o.nt. of tb purchase money to be paid on the day of sale, SO pe, cent, in one year, SO por cent, in two years and 10 pc cent, in three years from day of sale, with annual interest on deferred payments. Payment to be secured by mortgage on thoprem-i Defiance, Hay 8, lHSS. mayii-imo " WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE; Liquors of nil Kinds,, TEN-'TEArt old Bornnoir wine, ky. Thfrty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbc Whisky." Also, twenty-hve barrels pure to J years ol Monopgaliela .Wfcislsy, ; til of the best brands,, Will be sold Wy the demljoh-J,. keg or barrel; alt all kinds of Wlnee and oth,f Liquors, by LAElilLE, ROSS Ac CO., dec231 "" t - South High street. .Oj .;1...';.'.U vuij. Ii-;MU GREENBACKS IRE GOOD, BUT ' ' O - Robacks are Better. DR. ItOBACK'S STOMACH BITTERS These Bitten are set offered to the' 1 publio as a medicine that will cure all 1 I tbe "Ills that flesh U heir to," but the; I are an honest, reliable, remedial agent, land are an efficient and agreeable regtf llator of the system. In all sections of 1 ROBACK'S BITTEES.1 the country, especially In the bilious districts of the West and South-west, I where they have been Introduced, they I are recommended by the Physicians as i beneflelal If taken tn proper quantities 1 I In accordance with the directions, as 1 I preventive and cure for Fever and Ague, liver Complaint, Bilious Fever, Dlspep- I EOBACK'S BITTERS. sis, Indigestion, Jaundice, Dizziness, i VepreMlon of Spirits, Languor, and aH i derangements of the digestive functions. I For Debilitated Persons they are partle- 1 nlurly recommended, giving an appetite , and strength to the whole human frame. 1 These Bitters are scientifically pre. I pared, and are made of a rare comhl- J : O&OBACK'S BITTERS. I nation of Boots, Plants, lTerbs, Barks, and Seeds, which have been found most effectual by long medical experience, to I possess the requisite Tonic properties In I relieving and curing the above com plaints. These Bitters are the poor man's friend, saving him many doctor's bills, las well as tbe rich man's solace and EOBACK'S BITTERS. comfort i Invigorating the weak and de bilitated, driving away melancholy, mak 1 Ing a lift of misery one of unalloyed I enjoyment. These Bitters have been In troduced, and are being, used, not only In the hospitals, but among the soldiers. as an appetizer, tonic, and regulator of I tbe system throughout the Army of the IqROBACK'S bitters. North, by and with the consent of tbe highest government authority. In point of strength I will guarantee my Bit. 1 ters te contain a larger proportion of i real medicinal Ingredients and virtues than any other Stomach Bitters In the market ; and by comparison with others 1 It will be seen at once, that they are '1 .-n A-n a trifl TTri1fll LI I) C aTV 1 stronger, and upon trial will he found i more efficient, than all others; they art I agreeable to the taste, Invigorating In effect, made of good materials, and an article that all my customers purchase the second time with equal satisfaction. let everybody try them, and they will be 1 1 fully convinced of the truth of the above. EOBACK'S CHOICE 1 VINES ILlpCS.. ' The Wine Growers of the West hare dis covered that after the Catawba-grape has yielded tbe delicious wine so highly prized, on exceedingly line Havered brandy, pos I sewing rare medicinal properties, can be I I extracted by careful distillation. Being ever eager to advanee any dls- covery that tends to an improvement, of I EOBACK'S CHOICE WINES k LIQUORS. the sanitary condition of the publico. W. Bobock has constructed large and costly I I double copper stills, of a peculiar model, with which he produce the Catawba' Brandy, In Its greatest parity, retaining I all those medical qualities Air which It 1 Lis so much rained and recommended by 1 sl physicians, reacn, merry, nweaun,ana i EOBACK'S CHOICE W1XE3 & LIQUORS. 1 Cognac Brandy, Bonbon and Bye Whls ky, Holland Gin, Aromatic Schiedam I Schnapps, Cherry Bounce, and all other domestic liquors, manufactured and I distilled by the same careful and delicate I 1 process, and kept constantly on hand for I I sale, wholesale or In any desired quant. Ity, Still Catawba Wine, warranted par, I EOBACK'S CHOICE WINES & LIQU0E3.' procured from the surrounding Tine I yards, sold by the box. gallon, or cask, at the lowest market price. Bonaei'S street Malaga Wine Is the most excellent I article of the kind U be found la the I Weatera country, and the Fort Wine he I offers for sale has no equal. ' . Offlce akd Uaaufhctory Nos. 88, BS, SO and 161 East Third Street, Cincinnati, 0. , ' " FOR SALE BY : ' . TSz-uprlsBtttB ' Goaorally, febJl-dAweowtillnov8.'65 ' 1 '" ' : ; 0. OALLkHSB,, ' :'.. I. A. MATTH8W8, ." Late of Mason Co., Ky. ., Of Maysrille, Ky. ,' ' 'MIUHW, , j; - - -Late lofMt. Sterling, Ky.M.j, i,.., i;;v l'i , .ri.'-.'. , ..i ... , i. ,i : (rOBMEBLT OINNISOM BOCSSj , , ,, . GAliWHEK,' . NELSON'. & .'CO., , Proprietors, FIfth Street,1 near Malm, Olzxolx3.xxet.tl, Olxlo. I HThis Rouse having been thoroughly repaired renovated and newly furnished, is now open. may38'64-tf , . -. i". - ' ' a , i' in i fc.Hi, ii ff . . .J; Strasburgp&ohDs; : 63 Maiden Lane, New York, ' importers op' ' ;.; China Fancy . Groods, BEADS, SLATE PENCILS, &C, Invite tbe attention of buyers, offering them the lanrtmt assortment at the-moet reasonable prices, foba-damo . ; ,n r r "r. ;: 1 . (J, n ..ltLltw 4 AAA 1 j V V V - Bpool Cotton Thread 'redact to rg stents spool, qr 0 cents per aotcn ireatiy urdser' vnlue! mui7 ., .,. JS0S.1B w iw nouui uigti Bjoot. BJtl'''j ' )' . ll . ,, l-,.i , . ..jj .. The Third Series of Seven-Thirties. The great success of tlie 7-30 Loan mttft always be looked upon as one ot the must Cowerful evl(I;tue8 of the strenifth of the fnlted Hlates Government, ayd.of its strong hold upon tljcconlidenrc and airectlons of the people.. On Saturday, May 13th. the subscriptions were over thirty million dollars. and for the week ending on. that day, over niuetu-eiuht million dollar, and ill the three months that thu Lpnu ha been in eharge of Mr. Jay Cooke, over five hundred million fol- lurs.' Tliese large' receipts will enaoic cue Treasury to pav off our armies as tlwy are disbanded, and to rapidly, diuliarge the various obligations that have been Incurred during the war. History will show that a great war-debt to individuals lias never be fore been so promptly paid; and we thir.k all will agree that Secretary Me.Culloeh de serves great credit for the ability he has manifested, not only in securing the means, but for the financial skill he 1ms displayed in so directing thexe vast- receipts and dis bursements as not lor a moment to disturb the equilibrium of commerce, embarrass individuals, or In any way tighten the money market. It is doubtless true that the Secretary of the Treasury might have negotiated the remainder of his loans at six percent, interest instead of 7-30, but so much valuable time would, necessarily have been lost in popularizing a new loan that the great object of. the Government, viz, an immediate supply of money suffi cient to pay all the debts incident to the war, would have been defeated; and be sides, the dillerenceot interest would not have been equal to three days' expenses. The policy may have looked "penny wise," but the best llnanciaT authorities, as well ns common sense, pronounced it "pound fool ish." As it is and , will be, no soldier w ill go home without his greenbacks, and the, flouting deb( in the shape of Vouchers. 'requisition1- Sc., will be wiped out as rapidlyi as the propor olllccrs can audit and . adjust the acconnts. , . ,,. -t . . The Second Series of the 7-30 Loan was exhausted on Saturday,' Way 13th. On Monday, the Secretary of the Treas ury authorized Jay Cooke, the , gen eral Subscription Agent, for . U. S. Securities, to receive subscriptions for ?230,000,000 ot a Third Series, which Is all that is authorized by Congress, and is with out doubt the last loan at this, .high rate of interest that will be offered.T)y theGovern ment.. '. '. ' , '"" There is no change In f he terms ht ceiid tionsof this Third Series, except that, the Government reserves the right of paying, interest at six per cent, in gold instead of seven and throe-tenths In currency a right which' would pro-suppose a return to spe cie payments and make six per cent, in gold even better than the higher rate in currency a consummation most devoutly to be wished. . The privilege of converting the notes in to 5-20 six per cent, gold bonds at the end of three years, or receiving payment at maturity, at the holder's option, is retalued. 'The tlrst day of the-Third Series opened with a subscription within a Inuition oi live millions, and the mouth of June will certainly see the last, of the 7-30's out of market. How early In June we cannot predict, but parties who wish to make kare ot a portion wouiti ao wen to .ne lu lime, i i'ull particulars may be found In our ad vertising columns. EjcchcuiQe.. [From the Ohio Farmer, May 20.] Wool Market. The Econmntt of ; last Saturday remarks of the New York wool market: "The. past week lias been the holding'off week, and dealers are easier in their terms, and wool cbu be bought lower than it could last week; cnougu little concession iibb yet oeen maue, thenrlcis may be said to be nominal, aud no Indication at what worrl'iton be bought; Fine wools are more in demand, while those spitable for army goods are muoh lower and seldom Inquired lor. Luckily the market has been pretty well cleared Ofi tltem. ,The stock is very light. The stock of Canada Combing is also very light with but few buyers; worsted manulacturers are wait ing for the Canada clip, when all are going1, expecting to buy cheap, Humaq nature is the same, everywhere, and the Canadians understand as much of it as other people, and ot, the wants of our market, and also its sources of supply ; the Supply' and eag erness of demand will regulate the price. The1 stock of all kinds ot wpoMa, rapidly diminishing, and though. the past week has been ,Very quiet, yet some hpuses have been busy,' and made some pretty -good Bales. The stock of all descriptions blight, but that will not 8jffctthe prlce lf the waiita of manufacturers are not pressing. .'. A great many are changing frotn kerseys to other styles, which w ill Interfere somewhat with the production, but It Is im possible to Bay what, the next week will be from what the past has been. Western Is held at 55, GO to 70c, according to quality and 'condition; gome of this wohkl fnake- low eassimeros, flannels andblankcts. Ohioiis'heldat 65, 70 to 75c ; much of this is desirable. ,cassu;nere wool, some very good for medium and lOw flannels, and some snlttibld' 'frit broadcloth. Pulled 1s held from G5, 70 to 80o.ancl Cana da Coitblng stands at 83o; California at 35 to 50q; Algiers. 30 to 32c : Kabbatt. 26 to 30c Mestizti, 29 to 34e ; Old Clip. 24 to 2flc; Cape, 33 t0-12c; Odessa Merino, 33 to38cl:Don8kol, 43 to 45c; Chili Merino, 30c ; Coriantes, 18 to 21c.'?:, . ;, ,i. .? .. ...... ..... In Bcton,rAcAiH0..Iisays tne stoelc of fleece has become red uedd to about 1,500,- 000 lbs., and our average1 Weekly reeeipts, lately, have been about 1,500 bales per week. With fccontinirance of such, a demand a8,M e experienced last week It 13;evident, How ever, that the fleece wool in the oouutry would soon pass into manufacturers' hands, The sales ol tho week add up 425,000 Ibgat nrices ransrinz.irom ootosocior neece anu nulled. 'Included' Irt the BaleVete -45.000 lbs. handsome Michigan, at 72o ; 80,000 lbs. heavy Wiscoosim ;at65c; 10,000 lbs; good do, at 70c; 131,000 lbs. at 6Gc for Western, ud to 75o for trood Ohio.:. 20.000 lbs. Very bholbe Ohio at 80c WOW) lbs. llllnbis afc 60 to 62'ic; ai.ouoiDs. meamm ana.gooa unio t72K to'75c; 13,000 lbs-Miclilgan at 67c; 30,000 lbs. Western super.and extra.at 70c, un to 80c for choice grades of super and ex tra; and dther1 small1 lots at prices ranging from 60 to-,75o per. .lb. , At, the close, prices iof tleece' may be qhoted from r50t6'75cvr1th occasionally a lot of very choice as high as 80c per lb.; and super and extra pulled from 78 to-buc per id. ' ' i . -ii i .'vi .ui V .n'.i i m i 'A iii'.'iijr. ; .t I Wool Market. Ladies in India. . The ladies, poor things, oome In for all tlie disagreeables of ujp country life'. ' With out plenty ol won:;' inula is unbearable. mat aioneoan stave mtiaaguoxanaaiaeptQ o! ennui of which a poison who has iiever leit Europe can .norijiq conception, in a climate which keeps" every one Within doors from 8 In-flie'ruornlhgtill 'S in the" even ings it 1st humanly speikiug, impossible to. make fiHnicient occupation toryourseir, u it does not come to youin-the way of business. After a, -protqriged;ikbenoorom home, re vlevys and ,oewspoper-become uninterest ing.!.. Qopd .iaovpls -are Umltod In number, and ft is too much to eFpoct ttiat a lady shbiitd ycad'hltftory arid flot'try lor six hours' .every 'dayv 1,1 ,:! w rutn . ' '-rixi r.-.m. V nat, vreu reguaaieu, i wmaio( caa, makfi s. r i ;!'''' ' . '" : ' :! n 1 ...) :'. dress an object in a society of a dozen peo pie wbokHow-he rank, to-a i4tl and . hut itinnm.. ti a nlnia i .ridiiati it. I. An lie. an. ...... i-..-.. f ... .....r,!, rw .,,,,1 .-Jt . Uin,.a .miuiufa rtf a Pl.ll ll.l ak,,,11al anrt n t.A . u i i ... v. v . i-' . v . w ua w w ,ii.i.u niiu.ii . v. ' tugese Ayah r ; botne ladies. a a matter coiiscioiiee. ga very flosely into the details tils 0 of household un'airs; but after a time they come to the conclusion that It is better to af- i- T low the servants to cheat within a certain margin, for the sake of peace and quietness : .. for cheat they will, do what you may. Oh J , j the dreariness ot that hour in tlie middle of the long day, when children are asleep and your husband has gone to TeWn" with the judge, and the book club has sent nothing bat Latham's "Nationalities of Europe," apd Three, llelations of Colemso (who jseero to take an unconscionable amount of rvfaf ing, considering the size of hi publications),, ,t . and the English posthascome in yesterday, ' ' with nothing but a letter from your old ' governess, congratulating you for being settled among the associations of the Ma hotnetan conquerors of India, and asking ' vou to take some notice ol'her nephew, who - i is in the office of the Accountant-Git of ; ; Bombay. It is very up hill woikfor alady . , out here to keep up her spirits and pluck "'" and her Interest in general subjects. '' ' ' The race-week, the visit to her sisters in; . a the 1'unjah, the hope of being ordered down ; . . to Calcutta, the reminiscences of the sick leaves, and tlie anticipations of tlie furlough, are the consolations of a'.life which a none but a very brave or very stupid woman can : v endure long, witltout snllering In mind,, .,. health and tournure.- If a lady becomes' flowdy, It Is all up with her ; and the temp-1 ; ' tntion todowdinessiu the Mofnssil cannoo ' '" well be exaggcratotl. Aiucmillaii't Maga-i Heading off a Lawyer. L'ufus Choate, in an Important marine as-sault-and-buttery-at-sea case, had Dick Barton, chief mate of the clipper ship Chal lenge on the stand, aud badgered himeofot' about an hour that at last pick got his salt w ater up, aud hauled by the wind to bring tlie keen Boston lawyer under his batter ies. ... - 1 At tlie beginning ot his" testimony Dick had said that the night was "dark as the devil, and Mining like seven bells." 1 1 Suddenly Mr. Choate asked him : 1 1 "Was there a moon that night?" 'Ves sir." ' '' '"' i "Ah.'yes ! A moon" , : . - "Yes,afull nioon." ' ," ": - '" , '-Did you sec it?" " " " '" ' "Xotamite." 1 ' . ... .) ' "Then how do you ktiow there wag tv' 'moon?''' ,. .. t ., . j "Nautical almanac Raid so, and I'll believe that sooner'n any lawycr'n in this world.'". ' "Wliat was the principal lumiharythat night, sir?" ' ' ' - " . .i. ; "Biumtcle lamp aboard the Challenge." "Ah you are growing sharp, Mr. Bar ton." 1 ' "What in blazes have you been grinding me this hour for to make me dull?" . "Be civil, sir. And now tell uie what latitude and longitude you crossed the Equator in?" Sho, you're joking." "No, sir 1 1 am In earnest, and I desire, you to answer uie." , "I shan't." 1 "All you refuse, do you?" " "Yes I can't." i . . "Indeed I You are chief mate of a lip per ship, aud uuable to auswer so simple a question '.'' . "Yes, 'tis the simplest question I ever had 1 asked me. Why, I thought every fool of a . lawyer knew there ain't uo latitude on the Equator." That shot floored Fufus Choate. r .u til Ml I'll ) Moderation. A Scotch parson onced preached a long sermon against dnui .drinking, a vice prev alent In his parish, and from which, report "' said, he was not free himself. ' Whatever ye do brethren, do it with mod- r eratiou; and, above all, be moderate in dram , drinking. When ye get up, indeed, ye may take a ' dram, and another just before breakfast and ' perhaps another after, but dinna always 1 dram drinking. If you are out In the morn, you may just brace yourself up .with another dram, and perhaps take another before lunclieoii, and : some 1 fear take one after, which is not so verv blameable; but dinna be always drink- ing". ". Xaebody can scruple for one just before dinner, and when the desert is brought In, and after it is taken away; perhaps, and. or. : it muvr he. twa. in the eonrsn of rhn tr. inoou, lust to keep ye frao (Trowsylno; or '. snoozing, mil ainna db always a ram 1 drinking. ' ! .n At'oro tea, and after tea, and between tea , and supper, is no more but right and good, but let me caution vou, my brethren, not to ' be always dram drinking. . ; Just when you start for bed, and When ye're ready to pop iuto't, to take adrara or , twa is . no more than a Christian may law fully do. '. '' ' : " i But, brethren, let me caution you hot to v drink more than - I've mentioned or may be c yomay pasa, the bonds ot moderation. . . . " Two Ways of Looking at It. A correspondent of Tlie Boston Journal, ''. writing from Alabama, giving an account of the plunder of a plantation on which the . negroes, loft to themselves by the owner, had raised a crop and were Jiving comfort ably! says: ' ' -, I was hardly evermore taken by any an- " swer than by the one, made by an old pe- j gresa on this place. ,..' . ... i,. i , . "Well, granny,'.' I said, "you hever ex pected to live to see times like these," 'did '' you?" ' ' ' . v " ':ni' .-..i-ih I referred of course to the "day of Jubl,, lee,".,. ,-, ... . But the old negress was not at all sent!-' ruental. 11 . i ; ;i ; '"No mass a," she said, taking a black com-! , corpipe from her mouth and spitting quite , deliberately Into the wood fire on tbe hearth.',, "No rnassa, I never did' expect to see Tan i kees com and rdb'We niggers dls-a-way!' ;M .3 NOTICE. bf the Notes of Pick-1 r a.: n: i. 1 ! away uoumv oann. - , I'nMiyinttfkcE with the rortTY1' "FIRST section of the Aet passed MarohlUVK 1H1V, to authorise Free banking in Ohio, the fink-. aay County Bank, Circleville, Ohio, give notice 1 that the outstanding notes of circulation said j Bank will be redeemed by the Firt National Bank. Circlevilie, Ohio. "Holders of said notes are re- ' quested to present them for redemption, within si, months from this data. . tLrd j " j Circ1ev1rie'.0.;reb.'9,l8M.f C'asWer. j nien'S6-wmo : i 1 ; ; . i . 'f Gmtett Isoial Cvtslir i-i.lrer hkliiWli v M-TUteen-KSl large letter pages for twO Soeut stamps. Tour Ifcit'a medical Adrltser.' Gratuitous' advie riven la diseases -vf the ner-.i tous, seminal, urinary and sexual organs, in the re tDorts ot the Westertt Meilibal' Aaaoolation. -which'1 jare sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free. of abarger' The organisation waaiWateii to dispense new and ratable treatment, and is composed of tha well . Fted 030. nu.mu uj.iutau., mv nuuui.u , u , iv, hihd, uw ui TiDU t i nvcnw tnruntr'O't' . rn 4an30-dtn, 5..J. ,,j ootf 43 Cjuoinnati.br ar iai. itAajmiuu. ai l-i iLun aha & iits..