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XXXII. j " ' j - COLUMBU OHIO, TUESDAY MORNIN M AY 2.1' 18G5. ;v; : Zv-iA'S -v. " ' 75:, ' '. ''''gggggg- iliW!lggJ :!,-,7 . ACCIDENT. INSURANCE COMPANY Cerottal of One Million Dolllars, m ..c iui (i,O0O0OO.) '" 1 Iinowretdyto Iniureiiaiiut"" ' miwl. : t A-C CI DENTS CAira mi watt oit 'wit injobt. Tfcta Oampsnt Wnrtinlied vndor th.tiirnl In tnraatM Lwiif Ohio, and 4Jt applicant for a poll er ipaxrnadlly satisfy himself of the rtipoimlhllity of th OoMXMtif, bf applicatioD toapyof tbaoffioen r mmwk ma vioaipany, .1 HlMiaKl of njurenca ii praferabl to Life In araooe, for toe reasuii that It ii oiuch cheaper, and W a wMlciy eompeniiatitin Hn eau of difabillty riaiaf'frniiaa.aoaidant Whaicrar, wbatber thoy eeeor 10 trareltnt by railroad, ateatnboat or Data oaoh, walkinf iothestroet or at work in the hop, and in erery arilyof ircoojUtteet in which man are placed. ..-.ir, - , GENERAL ACCIDENT POLICY. The paynant of TEN PQLLAR3 aacurea Ten Pollart per week oompeniatii'tt while diaablrd for period notexoeeding ix mdnthi from an one acci dent, or . . .-- .n. :. ,1 . 1 'I 1 ' . Two. Thousand Dollars .),!. In erentpf death bjr Aooident. The larmant of FIFTEEN POfXARS Mcurei fifteen Uoliara weakly eompenaation, or Three Thousand Dollars k. Ill oaie vf .dcath. Hi other luini np to Tan Thousand Dollars at amnortinnato rate. Von aea miure inthil Company for any length of. time worn j ;. 1 .. ONE DAY TO FIVE YEARS, NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION IS REQUIRED. It It fhe dniDle t and oheaoeat mode of crnteo tloa acaiut want and nn'erinelncane of Aocident, an piaeea tna inanraa and tmue iapenaent upon him ab"o the humili'y and mortification of an king ebantyoreontractincaebti for daily aubaHtonce. Tke lollowdoa; (ontleman eonatitnte' the Kieriatlra eBaera, who cordially invite inquiry and publio in terest in ina vompanr; MM. K. NmiTn. President 1 0AVID8. M A V,Vic President. 1 BENJ. E. SMITH. ) r,nfi t;".:;::.;.:2:tW1 toSs- OF.O. B. WKIOIIT, Seo'yl Treasurer. Columbus, Ohio, May 8. 1865. tf " o-.'i . v : : 7 : TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO, OF HARTFORD, CONN. '4 : mm CAPITAL - - 500,000. ' ' ' iNStTBES AGAINST Occidents EVERY DESCRIPTION iac ;.. .11 . .. . A CtEITERAI, ACCIDENT FOHCIF.8 For Fiie Hundred DollafS.' with IS per week oorrt eeaMioevcesu be had for $3 per annum, or ant oraaa Mjt,6i.",ea imn ana ctujMi at proportion Ttra!V'-i,lE DOLLARS PBEBI ItJM Hacuret I'PbltrT for IS.OOd o 2i per week eompen- aatinit rsr'all sod every description o( aocident traweiiatorettrtrwise andera GkMBAL AociDlNf FIFTY DOLLARS PRGinilin Betena. ull Polioy for 110,000 or K0 per week ompeueeuon, ai aouva, , IQHEIGN RISKS. PnlfaUalsanad for Foreiin. West India, and Cat lfornia. Tratal, Rates can Da learned by application to Ue Utnoe or A genoies tguvuTTins tickets. (. TM)MnnanvrilMHnilikCB TlCIETS tor OKI OT THIbtt daya' iraul may be purciasea at many of tbe rial way or uenerai i icnei v races ana noieu. Ten een'fwiV.btr ticket for one days' itrarelt In nrini 13.000 or Hi weekly oompensaMon . Ticket policies may be bad for 3, and li months, in the aame manner. .-... liriarkmi iiskatmken at Haiardoa, Rates. No Medical Examinatlnh required. -folioiee -written krthe Company's AgenU. policies iiuued for 10, OOtaaa for Ave jawa., au.ii I' -n, ' roaKDavia, 1 , Tbomas Belknap, Jr., Jai.X; Howard, sjir irnelins B. ttwin. i-eo: W. Moore,' 1 Hugh Harbison, ,. Marshall Jewell, UeorgaS. unman. E beneaer Robertas a JeaetLan U. Bunoe. IWUNtfr DENNIS. ' (JTBaTTERSON. , ",TT Secretary. ' President. ' xl ir" M gTOHN V. DHVSEN) Afrent, lV -j-.t v ii :: loutb High ataeat, Columkuf. WfWlM !,':." I.;.: - - -.TEAS l -'TEAS !'-' . VJ i-e 1 ,tieuit a.-'-.i 'i 1. 1--.1 Uiw I .l.iti'.'.laii f"-- : - .:' i';rf ; ,,i i-.i em mi: 1 ie lim ji".ir.' 1 " v TntJ- ATTENTION .OfV DEAI.F.BS, Hotel Reapers ana Families, deairous of obtain Ingahoice Tea, at reasonable rates, if respectfully direotet te e .wiv.udo i.-j . . ' '. .. .,: . .00XFLXXE: A88ORTKENT OF LEAF TEAS- Whioh4fiAnrhirnapaoiraVes,ror Iti inanti MeaitnSBit pttrohalesa. i We. feel justified Id saying that ve never a4, to, jpeet ail reasonable expecta tiens, apd while orders are constantly coming Ip for , -.i T ..j-,i .,i ii, kri-i 1.1 . . ... 1. . i . "Jtiir'itltli"Te4 fts yon cnt ni bcrort," -." emplatnU rarefy 'ooour. Person, who, as a matter of taste, or from hyilenlo considerations, nsa Black Teofteoindt4imeuU Wgeterxd aiticle. , , r tieull,.:Qlfp,.ClI il-ul't l'ii jiM .i:in','..- j ,.;:- ... eannot be exoelled. and bave astabluheda reputa tion fotw.ef.ihftvesolde .,.. tae lit, art 'of fti'trbrert ' b1 aweetesV ebopl,' end- being enree lJ taw lad r free from the deloterioais ef feoU produoed by ooatapt. wtoopper, .., . im A fall line of staple and fancy Urooeriea always aa jhtaielejeeereat auurkei prieea. w .. oj.- BftrjFDXSf Stt;ABhS'& Ctr lo .t XV O O JBX X. 0 tc-it ,( 1: . 1 '!: it ,', rfoj ra south xiiifh at. w3o, r. (Coroei yrienix CO ACRES i 0E vIAND : Lr.il iil 'i a ii .ft'-r ,"t vi li O mile Weat of Columbus, immediately south Mtaiy Botooased .lxom .una itanc lor. um Asjlum forJmibeailes, upon which a fine building la aKJuif Kin rAtiw1 for that tniitiblttnriV Tils land baa a .front .of Sit roda on Snllivant'l e.L&. lUrl A-xut two-thirdf of U Ii wooaUud, and ,ppe-third (MK1J I '(Oil aodercaltivatAoQ. Will be void forvash ot on 1 u lurravnu ucuu vmj HUTCUE80Nt7 taenU: APPI W JO L'aibii Franklin Bank, Colunibai 0. n. aaii iiinr.nuii. , HOT. AIR ITtJKPACES PETIh AlAIltlVS I ' Vatlc'nt ImproVcd II 0 1 - A ir Fiirna ccs, Iti Olf. PL'ftilLlO-AN D PRIVATE USE. !,' , For Wood or Coal. 1-iIIE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC I ieoalled tothealioveFurnaeea as they oonibine ventilating with beating qualities. Tne invontnr liaa, after years "f eiperiments, sue-' eeaded in perfocting what he claims to be the heat Furnace now in use. Among ita many advantages over the ordinary Furnaaea.aret : v . y o , The small amount of Fuel required to keep it in . operation. Keeping the rooms constantly supplied with pare, fresh air, drawn from Nature's inexhaustible jatock out of doors. Large Air Chamber, avoiding the eoaflneraent of heal in heated walls and hot metal chambers. Improved Water Chambers, whieb keep ap f teady supply of mounura. -wbicb orepnniuea the great objection to ordinary Hot Air Furnaces. The cas'tnis are heavy, and strongly bolted to gether guaranteeing durability under any degree of beat. " ' 1 : Particular sttentlon Is called to the SELFrBEOU LlTI.VO ARKAKUEMENTof tbisFnrnace, whicb baa been pronounced by scientifio men. to be (he ' PEsbT ,;12 VISIt . M ADE. ,. Every Furnace warranted to give entire safr- Isfaotion. . 1 references: , py'permlsslnn, I refer to tbe following parties', wpo have the Furi'aoasjn use: . . . - J.K. Davey, ooruer John and Hopkins streota, Cincinnati. B. Uoth A Co., St. Nicholas, corner Fourth and Race streets, Cincinnati. J. Eltas, ronrth street, near John, Cincinnati.'; M. Eckert, Bank street, Cincinnati. - - N. L. Bernard, Courtstreot, near Freeman, Cin cinnati.' O. W firohtln. Pike atreet. Cincinnati. Uilmore, Dunlap A Co., Bankers, Fourth street, Cincinnati. . ,u . . J. F. Hendv, Covington, Kv. uiaeser iro4 ireuriu BDeet,near nmitn, iincinm nati. f ,Mri. Clearwater. Davton street, Cincinnati. , .Wi'liam Diane, Circleville, Ohio. ' ' ' ij. Netter, oi tbe firm of Kohu, Wetter A Co., Cin cinnati. . ... : IA N. Riidlo, Cincinnati. : 'Van Vlick, Cincinnati.- . !Mr. Smith, of the Firm of Smith A Dltaon, Cin cinnati. '!'. . ' v '' M. Fechieuier, Eighth street, near. Vine, Cincin nati. M. N. Mcrrue, Milfnrd. Ohio. E. S Blasddl. l.awrcoeebure, Indian."1. ' r- - J. Bant, Arcbiteot, Cincinnati. . .". : . ' 'Mr. Monro, Architect, Cincinnati. j . . , Walter A Slewart, Cincinnati. Picket A Hon. Cincinnati. Anderson A llannafurt, Cincinnati. 'The Warm Air Furnace m inufactured for me by Peter Marl in, could no' easily be excel ed, making tbe atmosphere a plearant as suinn:er, is free from smoke or gas, and costs for fuel but a mere trifle. ; , . JAMES CALHOUN, Alderman, I 12th Ward, Uayt n atreet, Ciociunati. ; Mt. Notbb I) a h , R m no, 0 n 10. i - hoveinberSOth, 1H61. ( Ma. Mirtin: This is to eertify that we tried tbe Furnace yuu hnilt for us, and are satiated with it. Our rooms are amply heated. 1 Youw, respectfully, ' . I SISTERS NOTRE DAME. Cincinnati, April J8, 18M. Having used, during the past winter, tbe Hot Air Furnace nianufsciured and put np by Mr. Peter Martin, 1 willingly testify to tbe very general satis faction it baa given niei ' I J. C. CULBERTSOV, j j, 389 Weat isixth Street. I have used for two wintora Mr. Peter Martin's Wot Air Furnace in my dwelliug, and am well satisfied With its operation, 1 t -U1FFIN TAYLOR. If it were nteessary, I might refer to thousand of others, not alone in Cinomnat., but throughout Ohio and the other SUte. , ' - '", ,,' ' My Farnaoea are made to hnrn Coal, Coke, or Wood: and 1 bave quite lecently invented a Fire P,t atiiil, i. mil Int.. . It'll miiv hninv . var treat toiSr'of anient on anything hitherto known.. It is con-trunled of large Fire i ricks, 16 inches square and 4 inches thick; and plenl of space is given out aide of it, and wUbjn ih Furnace, for the free cir culation of sold air, ao that itia impossible to crack it or burn It out. . . . . . .1 : Smoke ConenTBlnsr Coal and Wood j . Hot Air in mace. (Furnaces altered and repaired. Galvanised Iron Cornioea and Gutter. Tin, Corrugated and Sheet Iron and Slate Roofer. orrugatad iron loors and Shutters. . mw l ull twiiGuiaiB logaiuHiji tniwi obtained at my store, No. 149 Wost Fifth atreet, or ttneomceot tne eumot nonse. , . P:TEK PIABTIN, . w 'No. 149 West Fifth atreet, between Ra'e and Elm,' inoiunati. mche5-dly THE UNITED ST ATESHOTEL J Ileach Street, Boilon. .Htum (Directly opposite the Boston & Worcester, Kaiiroau uepot.), 1 . .., . , 1.. . . .;';!.,: 1. 1. THE SIJBSCHIBDB MOST BE8PECT FULLY inlorn.s uis riendsand tbe pub 1 that after an experience oi over nine years, a an Assistant at the American Mourt.- tbia cilfi. he has leased upon very levorable terma tne UNITED "STATEfif-MOTEt;,-' which has for along period. Under the able and pop alar eaperintendenee of Col, Spooner, received a very liberal patronage. , iThe undersigned will -endeavor to keep up tbe popularityef line ettablkhmont a a i . 1 a IFImm. CrlaeMa) .Hotel r'.X and he soircltiyonrpstronsgi assuring yon that no exertion on-his part shall be wanting 10 render your stay at his house both comfortable and screen bK .J! f.'tr. ;aAai, as,, rni.T HOOP SK RTS FOR TBE SULIOXJ New Hoop Skirt Maii'ilfaotory. . ' Having feed tbe un fair trading of an article ' . of auoh importance t. . : the Ladies in tbia city, ' vre eonolnded tnoDen a .large Hoop Skirt i acto- ry, ana invite tneatten tion of thftjrablio-in general to call and ex amine my great assort ment or uoop -earn) aoluding the .Patent Gore Trail and Patent Victoria: also, the latest tyle of Quaker Elaatie kirU, SpiimllfeMtle, Coweti, PaUnt Ski Snp- porterSj Ac. My Retail Department is In the Bands of compe tent Ladies. . i Dealer in surrounding towns will do well to oon sttlt their own interest by callin oKme wbeann want of Hoop Skirts,. v: . . T Hoop Skirts Made over ana nepairea Ladiea.you wiil please remember the place rH4JEaft-Sta.Ortry.J Next ioor to the Journal oOoe. ... ' E. REED, imchia'SS -tl j , Hoop Skirt Manufactory. 8LANK BOOK MANUFACTORY. Dlank Book Manufacturers, coLumuuo. u. ,iiinrri nnvlR-dtf GEO. W. ANfialEWS," lii, T WAPAKQNETA, ,f ,nN btwo .v'i.ii'i ni AsTIa-il( O.' i rrMtteta 1a' tot Ow' 'oi' Weitert OhW, i 7$$3i MBUtm J-0 5 f t 51- .- Patronize Home Institutions "and HOME INSURANCE COMPANY r OF COLUMBTis, OHIO. ATJTIIORI551Sr BY THE StATE. Loei'lxx TTxilOMt .'XllOclx., XXlela. Street. ..U- i - ..; ii-r-, 1 ' 1 7 Insiarea nenlsiHt Iahuh or Damica by Fire and IJgbtninsr. 'CudineMM Confined to sWrot-OiiMs Property wltlila the Mtate. This Company, under State control, conducts its business on thi taking risks only in First:Clas. Detached J'roporty, Farm Buildin tents, making it aafer than thoso inmring Mills, Vaeteriea, Woodei hasard. It is thechief aimof the Direotoni to rfn a nnfn nthnr tl hasard. It is thechief aim of the Directors to do a 7 uarantee to permanency and of greater ultimate success; their j-iile is to settle ail losses prvuvptly and airly; and in soliciting patronage, do so with the firm conviction that the plan adopted by them, will make the Company permanent and safe to ita policy holders. ;! ! DIRECTOIlS ic Hon. SAMUEL GALLOWAY, Columbus, O Le ifiASS. Esp., D.B; BBAKD, . -.I.! , i '' OFFICERS: " " "' I Samuel Gallowav, President. Alex. II. Hanley, General Asrent. I Lewis Cass, Vice Presiilent. W. A. Ilanley , AU Gcn'l Agent. 1 ' ' ' .i f ., D.' a. Hubbard, Secretary. ugll,v ! ' t : . . . . . i Keep your Monej in the Stat? the most approved and economical plan dings. Private Dwellings, and their Cnn- WnnlAn Untma And nthpr nrnnnrtv of similar stifo. rather than a large business, aa beintf'a surer i 'i l'V t ' -7 . n Ill C. P. L. BUTLER, Merchant. Columbus, 0. HI.F. DRAKE. PresH X. 1). A W. R. K., Xenia, 0. - ALEX. H. 1IANLKY. Xenia.0. TIIE CIIAMl'IOIS Petroleum Company j " OF OHIO. ' GENERAL OFFICE, - COLUMBUS, 0. dAPITAL STOCK- $400,000. Par Value and Suburriptlora Price, I 10.0O per ftliarc. Workingr Capital, .... 0,(XM) No Personnl Liability or Future Aa aessments, ! officers: GEO. R. BLANCHARD, President. , JOHN W. SKILES. Vico President. ' R. E. CHAMPION, Sec'y and Treasurer. " ' Hon. C. N. OLDS, Solicitor. - Lands Located in OI 'o, West Virginia and Peninvlvania, ; . t TIIE PROPEItTIESOF TniUCOMPA. 1 ny consist of 423 acres of the most desirable 0)1 liBnda in these States, selected with care and judgment by practical men, after prospecting and examining the moat productive regions and locali ties. A large part of it is aituated on Dunkard creek, Green county, Pennsylvania, where, in pro portion to developments, the quantity and quality of the Oil found, is superior to Oil creek, it com manding a higher price in the Pittsburg market. The lands in West Virginia are located in Mon ongalia and Wetzel! cnuntios, and are considered among tho best in the S'ate. , . ,In Ohio, the Company property is located in Knox county, where the indications are most favorable. Oil of a superior ehanoter aa a lubricator being; found at a depth tf S0 feet, on adjacent lands, and Within a few foet f the Coo 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, BITBBK ONR of which would, in one year, neatly r& paythttntirt capital of the Company; - ' ' -- J .The officers of this Company, in placing it stock before tbe public, are confident that tbe induce ments offered are not u' passed by any .Company in tlie-eouotry. Tbe Capital Stock is smll for the amounfof valuable Oil territory the Company pos sess, and the assurance of a tpcedy and large re- tarn to the stockholder is almost certain. , Full and detailed Information given on applica tion to the Seo etary and Treasurer. 'ff.A limited amount of the Stook is now offered for sale. Apply to R. E. CHAMPION. 'aprSl-dam Secretary and Treasurer. losses Paid in 46 Years OVl.lt .$17,000,000. NET ASSETS, JAN., 1865, $3 .6 7,7,3 62,71. ! FIlli3-AJf;IIVIiATfr - 'orArepciei. In all tbe Prjnelparl Cities aVauLXownaln tbe) United States. Application tor Insurance will be promptly attended to. - Andrew Gardner, Jr., Ag'j, Johniaon Bnildlns. mM4-dn ( 1 r'-.x 5 Ol'l t ' NEW PIANO STR& iF. C. UGIITE Ac CO.'H, riONSTRUCTED WITH INSUw y ' V lted Iron Frames, the tonly - rSVl failing safeguard' yet discovered lf I I' trimmi ike Jiiuiah rnelalio tune invariably met with (after a wh ilaXio all instrument otherwise consl ract- ea. & nne assortment ui tnono iianu&o win always be found at No. 11, Corner of High and nin Columbus. Deo. 90. 1864,-dAwtf I F. A. SELLS & CO, WHOLESALE1 GROCERS Commission Mercliaiisi" DEALERS IN il Water LIme ''anfl blaster, our, Bait, V BVa&VfraiatTowa And Fourth Street' :ii ii. 'ui'-- .vi i i i ; . i.i iot COLUMBUS, OHIO, .-i Weyliyet-dtfi Governor's Proclamation THE STATE OF OITO. i. . . SXKCrilVB Dbpaktmbnt, COLl'MBl'8, Slav 21, 'to IN VIEW OF THE AFFLICTION OF Divine Providence upon tbe Nation, the Presi dent of the United Staler has designated 1'liurKdiiy, tlie ' 1st lay of June next, a a day of humiliation and mourning; and rrcouimended "that our people on thatday, in their respective places ol worship, unite in solemn ser vice to Almighty Gd, in memory of the good man who has been removed, so ihnt all shall be occupied at the same time in contemplation of his virtues, a d sorrow fur his sudden and violent end." F'ullr concurring wiih his Excellenoy ihe Presi de. it in thi 4 men ure, I do recon mend to the people oi the State of Ohio a united and solemn observance of tho same; that all p.'acos of business be closed, and that the day be observed as a Sabbath of, the Nation: that all our people unite not only in humil iation beluro the Lord, and contemplation of the ser vices and virtues of the gi eat and good man who has been taken away from as, but in earnest prayer that '1 Almighty God will sanctify this great affliction to us as a na' ion and people; that in Uis wise provi dence lie will rulr all these things fur our good ; and that He will strengthen and guide our presont-rulers, and endow them with wisdom to conduct the Nation to peace and unity acain. In witness whereof I tave hereunto set my band the day and jear iiiatabove written. i JOHNBROCGn. Bv the Governor :?' i -. F A. Mauulb, Private secretary. may3 DAVE YOU HEARD TUE SEWS SAM FRANK H AS OPEN Fit A LARGE AND SPLEN. did atook of i .... . . - BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS WATCHES & JEWELRY, At the Store formerly occupied by Mr. Forney, No. 16 East Broad Street, j , " Wbich lie will "' ; BUTjIj CIIEAPEn Than the like was ever sold in this city. N'l) CHARGE MADE F'JR SHOWLNG GOODS. 3IAGIC OIL. Hallo, stranger! stop a minute, sir. Here's a New Store, ju4 drop in it, sir, And view with wonderful surprise sir, Tbe Boot A Shoes that will meet your eye, sir. The piles of Goods you hav not seen, sir. Or else yrni most hedogged greed, air, . To thus in haiiegopau the door, sir, Of S Frank's Now Boot d; Shoe Store, sir. " ' He's got of Boots, rure the besr, sir. In Nor'h orSouth.or Eat or W est.slr, 'Tin made up of Slouoh' trash, sir. And he will sell it eheap lor CASH, sir. His shop in town is the same door, air, Formerly Mr. Forney's store, sir, There S. Frank takos the shine, sir, , And out-does all in tho Boot A Shoe line, sir. So come along, como nne, come all, sir. Come rich.comepoor. grcatand small air. Come pious folks.and hardened sinner, air. And help along the new beginner, air. 8. I'ltAKK, Buckeye Block, r.ppoaito State House, aprt-dOm ! -OF- REAL ESTATE. VTOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN TIIAT, J.1 : the Defiance F'emale Seminary will offer for. i Fale at public auction: at tbe dour of the Court; House in Defiance oounty, Ohio, at 10 o'clock A. 11. on tbe j SII day of Jnne next, tbe following described lands belonging to raid Sem inary: r. ' ! IN DEFIANCE COUNTY. t- DESCRIPTION No.-" Ap ni'nt R'nge! Town Seo; Acres Hund D 0. E 10 10 E if ite qr.. . W Hseqr.. S H n eqr. S H n w qr. E hi i w or.. 80" no oo oo oo oo oo . oo. s 00- -o oo oo 6'J 24 060 00 9'0 00 MO 00 860 00 V60 00 480 00 800 00. 640 00. 00. 400 00 480 00 660 00 4) 16 344 16 60 80 CO 80 40 80.. 80 l&H 80 ao . 80 VT 38 Uo 10 10 10 aw q of a w q1 EK of wqr E X of s e qr Wtf ef aeqr 31 S3 83 t Hot n e qri W Xof neqH K H Of B wqrt w4 nw ireqr Nwj swfreqr1 IN PAULDINC COUNTr. No. Ao'm'nt 229. TofnlSeol PESORtPTION Aof(1!lund, D. ro, . N S X of n w qr E K of s w qr Vf.xnetra $11,991 55 TKRusorSL-r,iiindswrUnotb sold for laathaji inn Anoraiiied vslna 40 bar parcbase money to be paid on the day of sale. So per nanh. in nne vear. SO Doroent. in two tears and SO ner cant, in three year, from day of sale, with annual f. intereat on deferred paymenta. . .'. ,., Payment to be aeoured by mortgage on the prem ises. r vi a r " nr ' liy order of tbe Board ef trustee. i E DW1N PHELPS. Seo'r. Defiance, May 8, 1865. r mayU-lmo whisky, brandy, wine;: auors of all Kinds. .C,. .'.; f . t.h .i-.i,!,i i . ir-i EAR OLD BOURBON Will. Thirty barrel pure 10 years old Bourbon 1 1 ky. "Thirty Wbiakyv year old! Alio, tweniy-nve narreia pur o w a ! Monongaliela WTiisky, , V tn best brands. Will be sold b tbe emijobn;' k 'g or barrel; also, all kind of Wine and othtr Liquor. bj r .' UJi."..V- cH i ir. i .... T. . 4 South High itroet. i 00 960 00 00 400 OO 47 -1 si -aa - CREENDiCRS ARE GOOD, BUT ' ' ' : ' V 1 Bobacks are Better. DR. ROBACK'S. STOMACH BITTERS Them Bitten are not oUrred to tbe' I public ai a medicine that will care all i I the WUI that flesh U belr to," but they 1 are an honest, reliable, remedial agent, land are an efficient and agreeable reea- llator of thesvstem. U all tectlou of I ckoback's bitters: the .eonntry, esptdaily In the billow district of tbe West and goatb-west, I where the; bave been introduced,, ihtj are recommended by tbe Physicians as bencllelal If taken tn proper quantities I In acordance with tbe directions, as,i I preventive and cure for Fever and Agne, I Liver Complaint, Bilious Fever, Blspep ROBACK'S BITTERS. sla, Indigestion, Jaundice, Olzzlneea, i Depression of Spirits, languor, and all i derangements of tbe digestive functions. i For Debilitated Persons they are panic- 1 nlarly recommended, giving an appetite and strength to the whole human frame. These .Bitters are scientifically pre 1 pared, and are made of a rare eombl OROBACE'S BITTERS. i nation of Boots, rianls, Herbs, Barks, I and Seeds, which have been found most I effectual by long medical eiperlcnce, to possess tbe requisite Tonic properties In relieving and curing the above com I plaints. These Bitters are tbe poor man's friend, saving him many doctor's bills. las well as tbe rh-h man's solace and ROBACK'S BITTERS. comfort; Invigorating tbe weak and de bilitated, driving away melancholy, mak. Ing a lift of misery one ef unalloyed enjoyment, These Bitters have been In troduced, and arc being used, not enly I tn tbe hospitals, bat among the soldiers, as an appetizer, tonic, and regulator of the system throughout the Army ef tbe ROBACK'S BITTERS.0 North, by and with tbe consent of tbe blghest government authority. In point of strength I will guarantee my Bit ters to contain a larger proportion of real medicinal Ingredients and virtues than any other Stomach Bitters In the market and by comparison with others It will be seen at once, that they are ROBACK'S BITTERS.O stronger, and neon trial will be found mere efficient, than all others, they are agreeable to (be 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 ' fully convinced of the truth of the above. OBACK'S CHOICE TOES & L10.UOCS. The Wine Growers of the West bave dis covered that after tbe Catawba-grape bos yielded the delicious wine so highly prized, an exceedingly line flavored brandy, pos sessing rare medicinal properties, can be extracted by careful distillation. ' Being ever eager to advance any dis covery that tends to aa Improvement of ROBACK'S CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS. tbe sanitary condition of the public, C. V. 1 Boback bos constructed large and costly 1 I double copper stills, of a peculiar model, with which he produces tbe Catawba Brandy, In lis greatest parity, retaining I all those medical qualities for which It 1 hs so much rained and recommended by I nl physicians, reaeh, cherry, Swedish, ana i i OMCK'S CHORE ttlMS & LipUS. IA Cognac Brandy, Bourbon and Bye whls-' ky, Holland Gin. Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps, Cherry Bounce, and aU other domestic liqnors, are manufactured and distilled by the same careful and dedicate 1 recces, ant kept constantly on hand for 1 sale, wholesale or in any desired. onantl I ty. Still Catawba Wine, warranted pure, ROBACK'S CfiOICB WINES & LIO.D0ES. 4 prom red from the surrounding Tine I yards, sold by the box, gallon, or cask, I at the lowest market price. BobaekH I tweet Malaga Wine the most excellent I article of the kind to bo found la the Western eonntry, and the Port Wine ho 1 offers for sale has no equal. . Office aad at aanfaetory Kos. SB, SS, 80 as I 1 01 East Third Street, Cincinnati, 0. i3x"WXit' C3rOM.OI-,ll-V feb21-dAwebwtUlnovo765 j 3. OALLKBBB. t. A. HATTHKW8, Late of Mason Co., Ky. . Of Maysville. Ky, , 0. KBT.SON, '- ' ' ' ! . , Late of Mt. Sterlintr, Ky. I Merchants1 Hotel, il .1 ''. H - . rll' l f't tc iinii, . (rOWUBiT P8NNI80N HOUOJO, uALLKllElt, MLSON a C0.r Proprietors. i.iJt;-; Fifth Street, near Main, j 01xxolxi.X3.eati. Oja.io. WThU House heirrng been thoroughly Tejiaired , renovated and newly furnished. 1 now ope, r v maySa 64-tf ' v Strasburgcr Kohu; 03 Maiden Lane, New York, ; IMPORTERS OF n 1: ) China, Fancy:. Goods. 1 BEADS, SUT -PENCiLS, &C.; Invite the attention of buyers) offering them -the largest asmrtineot at the most reasonable prtcasr'-feMa-d3mos ' t .,'' --' 1AAA DOXEPt NITPERIOU SOO YDS JUUU V , Spool Cotton Thread reduod to 8 oant a spool, or W cents perdoien rroatly under valna. cUJJ.i 1 1 1. H Hos. S3 to 29 Houth High Utteet. " [From the New York Tribune. May 19.] Military vs. Civil Tribunals. Jutlifp Uoml of Maryland known na one of tliH most di-te rnitned ' Kaul-als of i hnt Stateliiis clmr;til tliti fiiaiitl Jury of liakiinorc'tlmt whin-ver slmll '-liVrHlttT ar rest (.ivi.Uuns in that btate and try llii-m by Courts-Martiiil will Le liable toindiectiieiit.' Tills dootrliie ret nlla a meniortible liirtimee in British jurispntdenceof cfilli-ionbriweni a C'otirt-Miu iliil iilld a court legal, whereof tlie outlines lire h lollows : 1 - ' " li ' In the yeui- mi. Lteut Krye of the Brit Uh marines serving or) boiird" the Oxford nian-ol'-wiir. wa broiurht to a -icoiiitiimr- tlial at I'ol'V'Iioynl, its' JatnaelH. by the cap tain or the nut 1 1, lor inivmir (iiRotiyen ins orders lit iefiinlug t( ussi.-t another Lieu tenant to enrrv an officer hrisoneron bourd t ie ship. Lieut. Frye had Insisted'npon the Uiptalu gnl ig the 'onh-r in writing. "lUri evidence prodin ed atiaiiiHt him Httlieoourb iimrtial were the deposit ions of it mrcel ol illiterate people.irediiiied tn. writing several ila.vs before he wan brought to- trial. Whieli pe'rsohi'tvere entirely ''unknown tolibii, he Having never, to lifs knowh dge, seen or heard their names before: and. upon his ob jecting to tliis evidence, he was browbeaten and overruled. -On' the charge being thus proved, he wns sentenced to- fifteen years' imprisonment, and rendered foreverineaiw ble of serving His Majesty, lie wai.'biought home, and his vuM'u afle'r -belug laid before the 1'rivy Council, appearing in a jiifctllliible light, his late .Majesty was- graciously iiieiiaed to reniir rhe punishment and to or der him to be released. ' ' oonie time al.crnuid, lie brought nil ac tion in the Court of Common i'leas flgnirist Sir Chaloner Ogle, who had sat as Presi dent at the c url-nmrtiitl. and obtained a verdict against him for 1.000 damages It iiaving been proved that he had been kept fourteen months in close'cotitiiu'inent before he was bro -iglit .to trial. Tne judge, tiitM-e-over.'inlorincd him that he was nt libcrtr to bring his action against any of the nieii hers of the said court-inariial lie could meet with. The. subsequent steps hi this case are still more remarkable: Upon application made by Llent. Frye, Sir John' Willes, Lord Chief Justice of the (iiuimoti l'lea. is-itied Ids writ of eapiss against Uear-Admiral Mayne and. Captain ikcutone (twooi tm: niciiiKi r.s wiio iihii sat on the above court-rimma!) on1 tiie L'tli t'ny of May, 171'!, Avliile Admiral 'Mayne presided, nod dipt. Kentone sat as' member ol a court-martial. lit Deptford. for the trial of Viae-fVdniiral Lestoek. They were both arrested at the breaking up ot tlie court in consequence ol the above writ. The arrest of the President highly ollended all the members of the court. They met twice on the subject, resenting highly what they ileenied'aii insult, and drew .up certain v-o-lutmti, in which they expressed tlifcrnsdvcs With some dejrive oi' acrimony against the rd Chief Justiee; hnd the Judge Advo cate was to deliver them u Uie Board of Admiralty, tu order to their being laid bc lore the Jung. In these resolutions thev dtruandcil "satisfaction for the high Insult on then President, from all persons how- high soever in ollice, who have set on foot this an-t, jituny drrre advised or pru iiivicu iu, ami yifiuil.lirai.lllf; uibi "X uie sain arrest, -Hie orucr, (ilsclpline ami gov ernmentof Uis Majesty's armies by sea was dissolved, and the statute 1J, Charles II, made mill, ami void.'' ,: ' The Lord of the Admiralty were much displeased at the indignity offered the Court, and accordingly laid the resolution before His Majesty. The Duke of Newcastle, by His Majesty's command, wrote to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty,' wherein lie says: "His Majesty expressed great dis pleasure nttlie Insult offered to the. court- martial; In which the military discipline, of tbe navy is So much iillcctell, and the King' highly 'disapproves of the behavioroi Lieut.' Frye op the occasion. His Majesty has It unucf cousiueration wnat steps may De aa vlsabld to be taken on this occasion." ' From the Sequel, it w ill appear that the Lords t bmniissioncr's of the Admiralty, as wen as tne secretary . ol tate, were not aware of the very great authority of tne Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, who, so soon as he beard of the resolution of the court-martial, caused each individual mem ber to be taken Into custody, and was uro ceedinjj' with lejral measures to assert and maintain the authority ot his ollice, when a stop was put to the process by the following siiomissiou isigueu py me rresiiient and all the members ol the court) beiiVjf .transmitted to ijoni Lnici-JUsiicu mes: t "As nothing Is more becoming tt gentle man man to acino uage hunseit to be In. tho wrong, so sriou ts lit; Is.sehsiblc he is so, and to make satIst'actior('!to ' person he has Injured, we; there'forb'whbse names are under written, bclngUpirpughlv convinced that We were entirely mistaken in the opin ion wef had conceived of Lord Chief Jus" tlce Vllles,,thliik ptirselves-pblieu' lu'uon or, as welj as justice, to make 'li.uu satisfac tion so far as it is in 6ur power; and, as the injury we uiu una was or a public nature, we do, tn this public manner, declare that we are now satisfied, that the reflections cast upon him In our resolutions of the lUtliand 21st oi May last were uiijjtst,' unwarranta ble, and WAtligut any foundation whatsocv-er;-and we do ask pardon Of His Lordship alid of theCburtot Commou'Pleas lor the iiidignltyoflereU, both to , him. and the Court.". ' " .This paper tyas dated the 10th of Xo vember, 174C, was received in tlie Court on the 11th, and was ordered to be registered lu the Keraeiubrance Otflce a memorial, as the Lord Chief Justice theu observed, "to ,the present and future ages that whoever set themselves up in opposition to the laws, or think themselves abovt? the law, will in tho end find themselves mistaken.'.',.', The letter from the court-martial, together With Judge AVIIIes' acceptation,, were Inserted. lu 27e tare'o( the lath of November, 1746. The Richmond Press. A Iilchmoud cofrespondent of Tht Fkila' r.,1 dilphia Inquirer say ss ; ' I have felt it liicuin btut upou-oie, on one -or two occasioO to call the attentioa of the publio to the fact that the Pichinond .press is under the con trol of the same men w ho managed it dot ing the war, and before' the war, wTien it was1 tilled with'rterce appeals ajrainstthe nation-" al life. There is not one single man publish: Ing a newspaper in lUehmqnd who was not Identilicd with the rebellion a supporter, and-most of thert histlgators. Willi one single exception; all- the editors areln tlie categorj-) ).,. ,-. ,,;,.,! .., "i V;cll,.siiPDOse thev arc ? . Wouldn't rmi give them a eliance to repair the inlschlef incy nave uone r . vouiu n't you allow them to Wcome loyal Would you give them no epace for repniltanco?'! ' lOr would von da aU In your power to them disloyal? flianuesuy, mere is Dusiness lor tne lool klller yet. The Influence of the Richmond editors and publishers has been great. ' If, aoceptiug as tluaL tliBi issue ot i)iittle,..they now return xo.neir ioyaicy,na,turow tne whole welirht ot their inlltlence. tlia 'full measure ot their power', heartllv afidf htireJ sef vedly 1c to the scale of lite restored Untoo, f.r)d battle tor order audJbatrmon,and peace and milf.v ns strnnidv as thev r-niitp,i,lnil Inr dibuiiion and war. Is there auv real lover oft tils country who is unwilling they should thjus act? !! - ii.ir. n . J ' We ?iriTf; helleve. liSvWvTF. that the TVad ing v - ession editors of Klchmoud are novr connectiirr witn wj press iiiere. or tlijt.chfy i kre wi Ittig In Civorof tbe Union. DdiileJ, we iiiKierstand, Is dead. Pollard has an- ' noil need that he shall take no further part -In' political discussions, even If he .has a' ..Chance to.' 1'lensaiits,' ftt The Dityatcfi. w as 'hanlly, a.miesbut, llioiijih ol wlwVSe h'T Vat torn pilled to lean toward the "Con ted-' ' t'mcv.". And John Mitchel ts probably not in Richmond. LouinviUit Jnyrniil. Gubernatorial—A Dead Shot. ; A facetious correspondent, of .Hie' Cl're-" land Herald." who tav'ors ' the - iiAmlnat h of Gen. Cox, for the-Republican ranrlidate for Govotnor-of -Ohio, "If the present' in- IT cutubeut desires to retire," casts the loNr, lowing slur upon tlie Governors of by gone" days : "A people is judged by tlie style of men that are choseu,to represent them. The Executive office of' Ohlnr-ean be and has " been. In times long past, degraded by men 'I ,tf Inferior attainments, morully and' Intel- dccMially." , .... . ,, '(- Note. This Is a (Jewl hot at such n 11 as Hons. Joseph Vaiicc.'ThotiiasCorwIn. 5Ior- 0 decal Burtley. WUIixm BelJh. Sesbury Ford, "d S. P, Chase, David Tod,. mid John Brongh,, . who .have-successively -tilled the guberna , torial clmir of Ohio' during the last io pr 30 years. The writer ' ot the dliove, who signs '' nlmsel ,flatjwtttia,n isilouhtless aware that"! hisown party h.as been furnishing a larire,.; majority ot the Executives of Oliio, benoe his remaiks are not without meaning. The lato Legislature, also largtly Rcpublh-ah. ' ' w its not calculated to add tniichto tlierepn- ' s tation tit tlie State abroad; and if a peoplo are to be judged by tbe style ol men .ehqseii to represent them, the people ef Ohio jSarl ' better wake up on the subject; Jniid elect ' sortie good man. for Governor of OhVi this " fall, wen though he may not be a dyed-in-the-iv,,J Republican r a leuegade Demor crat. O10 Democrat. ' 1 .A IIioliLAXD ?nowr,R. TJiider ti bright sun and a cloudfess sky yon suddenly catch ' somuthinji like a thud 011 the hat.. Startled and looking upwards, some half dozen turn-.: . blerftilsot water come splash on your face, ' There seem -to be no cause for this, except ' that the hills seem to be covered with tin- - foil. hnt the snu looks a little hazy, and to" be leariiiir at you but. this only lur an In- . Btai it, while you are at the edge of the cloud; suddenly-all Vcomes dark as an eclipse, ; wliilo the mmlilel luls rattle down In mil- lions. After a couple of miuutes the whole stops suddenly as with a jerk, or as if the grandmother of all buckets, us the Persians 1 ' would say, had been emptied.' When von' come to your senses. 3 011 see the eloud'ea- : reeringaway like a black curtain, lifting its -skirt over mountain after mountain, and revealing them to the sun. while sfretchinjr' ' over its back is a double rainbow not hazy and translucent like common speel- mens, but all clear as if painted on a black board, though with colors so bright as to ' eat out any ever laid on by the hand of man. On your own side evert thing glitters In the sun, as if millions of diamonds had been strewn about. luld over multifarious clat- , taring brooks tiny irises caper away in all .their liuiry, like.distiacted fairies. From, the steep hirehes in the hollow s, and the fields of bojr-niyi-Vrt. the hot sun pours out " and -dispenses a fragrance to which the 1 odors of nil the eauicties of the perfumers' shops are what theDtitch call them stinks. 'lou have been so completely soused as if ' ' you had been flipped under Foyers; but the ' sensation is worth paying Jorvand you mar r have relreshing recollections of it when-, traversing some shingly plutotilc vine dis trict, or dry sandy plain ot France or Ger- ' .many. The CatrugnrM ilmmtmm. :''.- ' i i A Female Enoch Arden Come too A Female Enoch Arden Come too Soon. ' ; A, wedding in high lite was latelv rudely v irtierruptcd by the unexpected arrival of a former wife of the would-be groom. The ' parties don't live a thousand miles from ' J Lafayette, Indiana. . Happv bridegroom Is ' ridi and respectable, and has been a soldier , In the army. Iu.the lowlands of Louisiana he met, and loved, and married a charming ereole lady. With whom he spent a delight ful houey moon, and then along with tho : wild goose winged his flight northward, . 'leaving bis dark-eneil Southern bride to pine in solitude until he could settle up hls: ' business and return. He didn't settle his ' business to any considerable amount. He didn't return much, and his tropic- bride pined vigorou-ly until she got tired of It, ' and then thought she would come up and ,:I see about it'. She arrived just in time to spoil a liflppT-tt-nldiitg paitv, ami found ' ' that the pressing1' rmfciiH-ss which detained In r loving lord was the courting and mar rying of another fair charmer. Of course there was a row, but The Indianapolis Jour- ' nal declines telling any more about it. ft' !1, people are curious to know the sequaL let mi them write to some of their lriends lu Tip- ,,. 'peeanoe. ' , . 1 NOTICE. To Holders of the Notes of Pick- " ' ; ; away Countv Bank;. Irs 1 ,'.,n-i.ir,. e. s a il 111 K FORTY t FIlt.ST section of the Act passed March list.' 1HS1, M authorize Free Hanking in Ohio, the Piok away t ounty itanic. uircieville, Ubio, gnea notice that tne outstanding notes of circulation of said Hank will be n-deemed by the Kir't National Bank. '. 1 Oiroleviile, Ohio. Holders of said note sr. re q awed toprnt them for redemption - within six luootb from this date. H , jjjry i ' ' CiteleTilto. O. j Fobt t, MM.. j cfaahier. . t b - mciiO'65-rfSmo . i , '"'' ' ' ' " : - 1 .'.'t Gre&UsU ledkat Ciwlir '.-EtM FabliiM! tJT Kinefn-aOi Urge "Mtiarpaarafor two .Yonnis' IvJemV irledleal AdviAerv ' i 1 tiraiuitoas advioe gtvan ir. dlseasaa of the '.ner- -J vqus, semmal, urinary and sexual orxans, in the re- 1 ports 0 the Western MedicHl Association,' Vhich'-"1 am sent by mail in sealed eirvehrpes, free of charge. ; 11 be organisation wsfurnte4 jtodiapense new and reliable treatment, and is composed of the .welt kni-wn phyaieienvto whoaa all letter musV be oS-' rected, ; . , - , 1 ' "tip' .Ti'rtrsnw 'inrariM'a'riA 'A -""J 3 JanWidtftwflai 1.11 1: Baxi3L'ininnati.Dii'!lv - j hllfi if'...',, .I'. l.Jwii i, J. . uli.e cii- Ekecrtitor Salof ValuiM 9 ii THK iTltBlERsiwiilED EXErTITrORHr . -SUSi T-"1 ' f ftV" ! 4eeod..;riU. eU va at publio .notion on the premirea in Hamilton towa enipii'raiikUaoeunt, (ibia,on ... 1 iji,u t, u. l-nb ThnrsdavthdtM 4v of Jala),. ao, at t o'clock in the afternoon, the fnUowina premlae ' t belonging; to the estate of Amor Roes, deceased, to- 0 rAWfit gether with SK EN AJHK!S"Or1 LAND. fituate"iJ on Big Walnut araek, about three mil as north o the - town or Lookbohrne. near the I)..lillr .! !., osifrnoeof said Amor Rea,daadyi.! ''i ! z oj lerms.ot bale Una-third nesb in band, one-third - . .. ....... U.....L.IX, V,. .111 I. .IIUIQV1I JUVDVIU " - .from thedavo.aale, tbe deterred paymeme to been. (l uiiensi.aiiu.ue securea or morigaga on in premi- .-iy-.U llbtlc i-.u.. !:.. JJ...1 T.'..j-.ilt or further information and view of the nramlMu. . lob the undersigned, living near tbe prem!ea. ' ll'o . i:....;.i' !..H ! y-.-,',t?'jlO V)q JU tilto Eiecatorl :6f Amor IteMl dnwiwiili Ilio'i layo-acoaiui ,.o'!' Ji.-v i -ii Jm 37.