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tJNION HLOCK. Booksellers, stationers, .PRINTERS, BINDERS, ' AMP , BLANK BOOK M ANUFAOTUREKS "Wholesale and Retail De leri la Law, lettlen.!, School, X3 Xj A. 3NT TEL. BOOKS, Wall Papers, Borders and Window Shades. aprlT dim " talesman. ; -. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT The' Ohio Statesman. Company, , AMOS LAYMAN, ) Kd,... COLUMBUS, OHIO I , WEDNESDAY MORNING, - - MAY 24 Is the Conclusion an Improper One? jMallfrnaiits have said that because Presi dent Lincoln wa inclined to be too forgiv ing to the leaders In the Rebellion, it was Ilis pleasure that his earthly existence should coin to an end. Chief Justice Chase, in a late letter to RcyvMr. Tiltom, crave it as his onlnion that it is "a great na tional duty" to grant " to the freedmen of the South the rlj?ht of sell-protection oy ballot," and that ho had had an interview v, ti President Lincoln on the morning of the iiitfht in which he was assassinated, touching this subject, and he found hi in nearer right, according to his (Mr.' Chask's) "views of right, on that last day of his life, than on any other day before." If the information that the Wash ington special to The New York Tribunebaa given to the public is not incorrect, Presi dent Johnson Is not right on this subject, according to the Chief Justice's "views of right." Now, If Divinity had not sufllcient confidence in President Lincoln to proper ly settle aflalrs with the South, and consid ered Vice President Joiinson the proper man to do it, is there any impropriety in comlBg to the conclusion that lie does not deem it of vital importance to have the privilege of suffrage conferred on the col ored men at this time? The Estimate in Which Sherman is Held by his Officers and Men. When the echoes of Secretary Stanton were engaged in writing General Shkrman down because of ills treaty with Geueral Johnston, they alleged that when his offi cers and men became acquainted with the nature of that treaty, they were wrought up to a high pitch of indignation. This indignation is working out peculiarly. A special to The New York Tribune states that the officers of Sherman's army demand Stanton's removal, and that the rank and file proposed, on the occasion of the grand review at Washington City, to testify the great contempt in which they hold Secre tary Stanton for his outrageous conduct toward their brave and patriotic command er. If these men, who have done theirduty go bravely, had felt that General Shkrman id bis treaty with General Johnston had informally concluded a dishonorable peace, they would uot be so particular to demand the .removal of Secretary Stanton or to bestow upon him demonstrations attesting intense displeasure. C. Clay Surrendered to Stand Trial on Charge of Complicity in the Assassination of President Lincoln. fC. C. Clay has set an example worthy of Imitation by all who have had a price set on their heads as parties to the instigation and" procurement of the assassination of President Lincoln. As soon &a he bad read the proclamation ofFerlng the reward for his arrest as privy to the assassination of President Lincoln, he promptly sent a letter to General Wilson at Macon, Ga., announcing his intention to proceed ns soon as practicable to Macon to deliver himself to the General, to the end that he was to have a full, fair and impartial trial on that charge. He has faith in his ability to establish his Innocence beyond a douDt, "Loyal Negroes" Not Allowed to Vote! The country has been telegraphed: "It has transpired that the forthcoming Presi dential Proclamation will not permit Loyal "Kevmpn t vote 1" . Should tliis statement prove true, it will encourage a large portion of our people to hope that President Johnson s proposed policy of Pacification will not be so objec tinnahlH as thev were led to fear it would he. The President maintains that no State has been out of the Union, and if he shall refuse to (five support to negro suffrage, the Radicals are beaten on two points, the lattei4 of which they hold to be a primary point, j m . "Quite Racy!" The public appetite is to be whetted by the assurance that General Sherman 8 ofli cial Rep6rt will soon be published, in which a full explanation of his arrangement witn Gen. Johnston is given- It is pronounced f quite. racy ."The mallgnants, howevar, won't care about seeing the General s re port. The Grand Review. -The Grand Review ol the armies at Wash- - '-J " J i a. n ington city yesterday, was, unuuuuieuiy, th inost magnificent military demonstra tion that ever took place In this country; and perhaps, the largest that ever took place la any country. .-J, . -w- "In the Decrees of Providence, there is no Guilt." "This pentence does not occur in a sermon: it occur in a theatrical play. Neverthe less, It is as true as though Divinity Himself had coined the sentence. Let those ponder it who have professed to discern in the as sassination. of President Lincoln the ful fillment of a decree of Piovidence. Shkbman's soldiers, it' is 'reported, were JnjUjJit on extending to -General Hallkck tm Indignant greeting ftMhe occasions heir passage through Richmond ; but Hal iBCK. 0;If profited by Geueral ShkhmjjTb warning as to keep out of their eight. Editorial Correspondence. The Old School Presbyterian General Assembly. PITTSBURGH, May 22. The Assombly was called to order at nine this morning;. and the first half hour was with devotional exercises. Alter of the rPftdlnor and aDDTOVal of the minutes Saturday. Rev. Dr. Wood, Chairman of the Committee on Bills and Overtures, made a report from that Committee, which was discussed until the hour for the special order bad arrived. The special order for the day, was the re ception of Delegates from Corresponding Religious Bodies.' Rey. Mr. Monod, from the Evangelical Churches of France, was first received, and made a haudsome ad dress. He was followed by the Rev. Dr. Strong, Delegate from the Reformed Dutch Church, who spoke at great length. Rev. Dr. Brown represented the United Presby terian Church before the Assembly ; and Rev. Lerov Woods spoke lor the Cumber land Presbvterian Church. The Moderator made a congratulatory response to the Ad dress of each one of these Delegates. In the afternoon, after disposing of the Report of the Committee on Bills and Over tures.the Assembly took up the Report o the Committee on Appellate Courts, which nrovldes for a Commission to consist elsrht members, who shnll try all appeal cases that come up from tho lower Church Courts. This elicited a spirited discussion in the course of which Rev. Dr. Wilson, of Tnlsvllle. delivered bv far the ablest an most powerful speech against the Commit tee's Report, that has yet been heard oeiore the Assembly. Its inflexible logic of facts was assailed in vain, by the speakers that followed him on the other side, and wno hold the floor until tho hour of adjournment this evening. The Report went over until to-morrow. Just as the Assembly was ready to ad lourn, Rev. Dr. Lord, of Buffalo, New York, sent up a Memorial to be read, sign ed by forty men who cry lor vengeance against the Presbyterians of the entire South, including those of the Border States that never joined the Rebellion Among the signers are the following from Ohio: Judge II. 11. Leavitt, or Cincinnati Rev. Mr. Piatt, of Zanesville; Rev. Mr Pratt of Athens: Mr. M. M. Green, of Athens. The Representatives of Columbus Presbytery had not signed this paper up to tills evening. It virtually closes the door against the return of the Southern Church es, and seeks to drive out all who are un willing to recognize the Negro as being tin pmml of the White Man in all things, anil entitled to all the privileges of citizenship! It will be the subject of a stormy and ex citing discussion: and the indications now are, that its prayer will be granted by the Assembly. The cry for blood and venire- ance, lrom them that compose this body, is as savage and ferocious as anything 1 ever . heard. After hearing Dr. Lord's sermon, in the First Presbyterian Church of this -City, yesterday lorenoon I was nreDared for 'this paper from him. His entire discourse was a political lecture about the Rebellion, and about what the Lord had accomplished by it. shall have more to say about Dr. Lord and this sermon when I have more time and space. It has been suggested, that if the Asscm bly shall carry out the prayer of Dr. Lord's Memorial, it had better at once form a union with the New School Presbvterian Assem bly, else Old School Presbyterianism will become rather a dilapidated institution. If such action be had as shall drive out all but the Radicals, they will need the Radicals of the New School Church to keep them com A. L. Suffrage of Colored Soldiers. The Ohio Statesman seems to regard it . ,. -1.... n hl,A.l as specially remsruauie mii wen. ukwi man, in his remarks before the Toledo Board of Trade, should have taken the ground that the right ot voting should be aecoruea io me gaimub iuwito buiuicio, .,,1,. knmiim and unpritlpes have contrib- TT 1 1 vnj .11 1 V ... ...... -- uted so much towards protecting the white man's ballot. The Democracy ot that jour nal 6eema to be of a very peculiar stripe. It takes no cognizance of personal merit, whatever. A man may be as intelligent, as virtuous and patriotic as ine nest cmzeu yet, all these qualities amount to nothing, If V.:.. al.tn to win rf ttlB Tltrllf h lift. ''Nfftll who have proved true in camp, on picket . i ,.11 1 V ..... 1 11 i. 1,1 and on ine neiu oi uaiue, ii wuum uui, .natat tho rirJla haQlda Hm mrwt. tirnorant. vitiou8 and untrustworthy white-faced creature in the country. hr. whet.hpr the Demo cratic party of Ohio will see tit to plant it- sen against vne propobiuuu iki uim m Gen. Steedman s remarks. i oteao vtaae. Th Statesman is not. aware that it ex nressed the ODinion that Gen. Steedman's advocacy of the extension of suffrage to the colored men who had fought in this War was " specially remarkable." it gave me remarklTof the General touching this sub iect as reported by The Blade, and charac terized them as a bid for the nomination to the office of Governor by the Adminlstra tlon Convention that is to meet in this city on the 21st of June. We are glad to seetnai The made resolutely unfurls the Negro Suf fraie banner, and we hope its party on the 21st of June will not hesitate to do likewise. Why not Turn the Experience of Others to Account? Dreadful tortures and wholesale execu Mona In England did not reconcile the Sax ons to the Norman Rule. For assassinations they were no intimidation. The vengeance of the Saxons was only abated toward their enemies, when, after three generations, the HnmuinmreinxtA thertaor of their rule. We submit whether this piece of history might not be profitably studied by those who insist, that the racitication oi tne Snnth la tn be nromoted by confiscations, tortures, disfranchisement and wholesale executions. It took the Normans three generations to learn that a people can not be conciliated and induced to be well affect ed toward a Government by cruelty, Why not turn their experience to account? Others to Account? Jeff. Davis at Fortress Monroe— Civil Authorities to Try Him. It is generally understood here, that Jeff, .ni taken ti Fnrtrpfia Mnnroe vester- iBV IB vwaa v.. .... - - ' y j iH . mnntuiatfrnm Kavann&h.-anfl aafplv confined in one of the casemates of that fort, which nas Deen propeny uimju up wr his Imprisonment.- lie was unaccompanied bv any of his family, and none of his escort, others, who were captured with him, are Z1..A . ho imnrlinnkil elsewhere. So iar as ean be learned. Jeff. Davis will be tried before the Luitea ies vui; m .i.. r.iof Jiiat.uiA Chaae nrcslding, or hr the .iivuit (kiurt at Richmond. It o .,ha thmt ha will he. tried tor treason by the civil wtiiorMeaWathingtqn. special to (AncutnanvommerQiuh yv. President's Proclamation. lir.....o Itir a iiriii'lnmiltlon of tho President, of the ,11th day of April . last, certain ports oi ine umwu diws, ."" .n.in..ii u-lilnh had nrevioiiKlv been sub ject to bloc kade, were, for objects of public saiecy ucnaruu, in uuuhuiiiihj r' I I 1 tlll.. t I MtfTMICD tf previous specmi irinmiiuinii v, mih be closed njraint foreign commerce durinjr x ...Ill v Lowmfrnr flnr(('(F lUB IlIUIUll 8 Willi iu uu ii'i""1' vr- and made known by the President; and ... 1 I..,.l....oKMtnil(l V HKHGASf Jvenis ami ciicuiiiow..y Imitn clllU rmli rroil ullti'h. ill nivillUg- ment, render It expedient to remove that restriction, except us to the ports of Gal veston, Loracco, Brazos do Santiago, I olnt Isabel and urownsvuie, hi ine otaie ui i- as 5 now, therefore, " , ." ' Be it known that I, Andrew uoiinwn, r,.,o:.i.,t nr H.o iTiiltud States, do lierebv declare that the ports aforesaid, not except ed as above, snau oe open io minpii merce lrom ana auer me, isi ui aj "i that commercial intercourse wan emu ..m m may from that time oe carneu un, buhj. ect in to the laws oi tne unueu ww miraiianna nf Bllph reirillat'lOllS RS 11111V lie prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasu ry. lii nowcveri any viwn num iuh ii uI.qII nntpr anv of the bet'oronainei excepted ports in the State of Texas, sb will continue co dp iieHJ iwn altles prescribed by act of Congresj, ap n,Lthniiii.nt .lulu. 1 slfl 1 . nnd Tier 80n8 on ooaru oi hit w miui jh-uhimo ; as of uttsjr Ky niviii i v. ....... - war, for trading, or attempting to trade nrr t inoiirrofi niir.miHiiL liiu inns with an enemy; ami i, uiurew omnium, President ot the unueu amies, no uvivuy declare and make known that the United States of America do henceforth disavow to all persons trading or attempting to irnut? in liny vi nniuiiiwM ....u ... i .:.. nr tuaiwa tliomnf. all' nretense nf bcl- L1UI1 Ul lliv. llllio hiivi v"n .. j,- - ligerent rights and privileges, and 1 give i(kiii irnin r i i i ri in i.iiin iii in iiiiuiuvsii that all mi h nffrnrierg will be held and It is alsoordered thatall restrictions upon trade heretolore imposed in territory oi mc MississiDiii r.'ver. savo those relating to contraband of war, to the reservation oi tue ngnta i Cl.loo tn nmiiM-tV 1111 ri'llllKPll III the tCT ritrv nf Mm enemy, and to twentv-llve per cent, nnoii tne purcnases 01 cuuun, .l ... .1 . i: I.,fnriii' moved. All tne provisiuim "i uib ni. Revenue law will be curried into effect iin.litt ni-niipp fifllirfl- , In witness whereof, I have hereunto set rr.,r i.inwi qihI nimspil tlw soul of the Luitcd States to oe amxeu. uoue in mc ny ur..i.i..i.... .01 luff nf Affiv. in thp. lis., nf niir T.nrrl. ISUiS. mill nf tilt! Illdenell ilenre ol the United States of America the eighty-ninth. ' ANDREW JOHNSON. Bv tho President : . W. HUNTER, Acting Secretary of State. The Madness of South Carolina. M tmvo Hinnorht. that the. terrible and destroying march "of Sherman across the State oi soutn Carolina, euiuus wo ;. n D,....ti nf ilocnliitinn. (ire anil famine forty miles wide, would have restored that State to its senses and taught it the folly of further resistance. But South Carolina is m.wi with a niailiiesa which not even that hitter medicine has removed. First in the wild insanity of secession, it is the last to abandon 11. tUvelanii Leader. This does not, we confess, argue very strongly in favor of the cruelties of War as a nronioter of Union feelings, lire and famine and the sword have, according td this Administration authority, failed to re generate South Carolina. Is it likely that a liberal use of hemp would be more effica cious? Progress. J ItV JiClllWHf'l ..... r The lienuhliean nartv can never be true tn its teachiii!.'. true to the nation, true to tra irrnil t luuil I mil Iff. 11I1IPSJ4 1L IOllUW IL8 doctrines to their logical, necessary result natrrn o 1 1 If r-1 r O llnweVpr (I lKtaiteful it may"be, however reluctant to meet it face to lace, nowayer ueep-seuieu me jiujuuiuc, fi.n rmuiitinii iiiiw pnniHS nn. and in a manner that admits of no cajolery, no indefinite riostnonenicnt, demands that we accept the that reason, experience, hu- ...n.Attr f'nf ll Q Vtt flin-Pfl 11 linil llfl. AnV I1IU1111.J- V- - " I ' J attempt to dodge, to hesitate, in the light ol the uasu is a crime. iiieDioou ami ireus- nn that liav hppn smmt will have been spent In vain, if we do not "proclaim" and give " liberty to an in tne lanu. Now. that Alexander II. Stephens is in our hands, malignants are urging that he be hung. Ho didn't do the rebel cause any particular amount of good. Should he be hung for that? L- ( SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. TUESDAY, May 23, 1865. Una. jMftb Brinknrhoff, Chief Justice; II. . U';ii;m Wltiln Hun .Inlin Wntnh OTUU. ti"M. ...... .. -.. and lion. Lutber Day, JuiiueA. h. J. Critohfield, tuq., Keporter. T. . bUeppard, Llcm. GENERAL DOCKET. V Oi Tlia t. ? inceni iiniwn. r.mir. HDnuiii;uiiiiii.ifini)ik-i Ouurt of Warren count. JudRmont of Cowmoa flua affirmed. i ., DiatrictCourt of Dwlawaro count, .luilsincnt of District Court and order of Common Plead reversed, and cause reniaud.ed to Common l'lean for further procerntuK. , t . ,,,.. v un I.nnl, KhAhan'a Ailm'r v. The dincin nati.' Hamilton A nayton R. It. Co. Krror. Ke- ..il ;n tlia lli.trtl. Innrf. nf Kntlnr rnnnt .Tiiilir. mnnt ftinrmen on inu nuinui n.v ui i. uaiou x,. w l(. K. K. U. Jo., o utno ni, nep., in, ' IlO.in.. jiaamn iieynmuB v. tfi. .mwaimt.. t. n 1ia lli.lrint (!niirt. nf Klark eniintv. Judg ment nf District Court affirmed. t. Theodore Koya. Krror to tho District Court of Cuyahoga county. Dismissed fur want of summons in error against, or appearance by defendant in er- "'L. 101. Tha Erie Street Methodist Erjiscnrfal Church v. Simon Slrceter. Error to tbo District Court of Cuyahosa oounty. 'Judgment reversed fur error in overruling the motion for new trial on the ground tnai llie unaina is nui buoisiiio j uyiusevi uence, aim raui-,3 roiuimwu, No further report of the foregoing cases mil be No. 96. Genre e Lopgstreet v. John Harkradar. Appeal. Reserved in the District Couit oi Warren ......... i..n.:..j i... an nrK.i.r. COUlll.r. v'liui'uu-i ".-" No, 79. Joseph Longsworth and Lary Anderson, Executors of N. Longsworth, de'd, v. William As kern, et. til. Error to the Superior Courtof Cincin nati. - . ' 11' T im H. u. .... i . , A note narahle in a series of instaln en provid ed tha.' a less sum should be accepted 111 full pay ment, if each instalment wero paid punctually Held That the largi-r sum was in the nature of penalty, and that the payment of the less discharged IIU ,'UilKni iiii, iuuuu uw.uiw uh. wvw.w r-j 1UK me iiiniBiiiiQuus. JUUK-'ieiu nuiriiitu. Ho. 87. Adaline I,. McKenr.iav.RosweIl O.Eorr. Error to tne Kisinol uouri m lAtma wuuty.. .. hi mi wsi: ,. , . . . The surety of a non-rosident plaintiff, for oosts. andier section M of the Code, is only liable forsuc-h eosta a the defendant may recover aKairiit the plaintitt, and, lor tne corns oi lue piaiuuu wn n esses. . , . Judsmentof the District Court reversed, and .1 .1 ID (V. .1 ina common riw, uiunncii. ..-', Vr No. 72. Keheca Ann Walker Luther A. Hall etal. Civil action. Reserved in Seneca county. 1. Where, at the time of the partnion of an tut hat.wennnn-ileviseis. one of them had an in choate right of dower ia premises set off by the par- . . . 7 . . 1 1 ...l. . . ..I ,ha turn lll10U V) UllOtllVr; biiii, ruuire-jiiu, i v p.--' the inchoate riht of dower became perfect by the neam oi nor uusuanu, duo wm held estopped to claim ber dower aainM her co- 1. In suob a ease equity will, while sustaining the Claim mi uower, uoumo u mii-iw immv... by all the parties to the partition, to make good theon-deviseee, in whole share the dower in a visa ed, their equal share in the common estate reniain- lng aiier tneaasignmeutui uoner. MOTION DOCKET. No. M. The State ex Athens County v. the Auditor ol Htate. Motion take case No. 2 on the General Docket out of its order for Bearing, straniea. V, , Adjourned until Thursday morning at 10 o'olock. TTiBOM THE II1BKCKIBEB, IIESID- a.- ing on uia -."-. anrl sixmilmfmm Columbus, on the th of April, TWO HORSES, described as fallows: i. - i.-0. ra.w-hnned. string-nait in one t,inrfi. .n.1 nna knea larger than liie other: ihe other is a b ack horse, natural pacer, and a little eUtfeood-ia the shouldere. , . V'" V i Any one who will take up said horse and rernfn them to me at my resilience iu m" "l," benna. or dropping me aline to the Columbus 1 ugt, nffin. will be liberalii rewarded for his. trouble. May 1U1H6-,. WM. RENfiEE maylti-dtf a of to of to IMew Advertisements'. SPOT? QaCVlO. A TWO STDItV IlOtlKI.K Himi. House and double Collar, iust finished, ooii- tainlngS Rooms.'situn'eon .tho Johnstown mad. m-ar Noil's Avenue, ill ne loin ciicsn. r tinulars, inquire of RCll Alt l NKVlNS.or oi .1.7 ' n I lloM ME K.. A until. ill 'j.i uv . t . . Sealed Proposals WIIX BE HEt'EIVEU AT THE OF fice of the Superintendent of the Central Ohio Lunatic Asylum at Columbus. Ohio, up .to noon of thoOih day of June next. r mo maaoiiry woi k and materials lor finishing the two center wi ng exteuniuiu.a Wash House, prying room, joining room, link erv. Kitchen, Ac, Ac ,ai-eo ding to plans ami rpeeifivatiom to bo sooiiattlie&iipoi'intoudeiit a tfllce. 'i he succeisful hidder will Be required io give i..n,l r.irlha rHiihrnlnxw'ilMon of the work and to complete tlie same by the let day of October noxt. ravmeiits win lie mane as ino worn proiiiueos, twi-nty (SO) peroent. at (east, of tbo coet bomg re served till itscompletion. - ' . - , Tho Triistt-es reserve tho light to reject any or all bids made at thoir discretion. ' .,,. VV i. jj. i r.j i . May 23, 1WI5. Superintendent. inaj'24-iltd ... " ' 1 1 Fluting! Fluting AM PUEPAKED TO WO 1 l,UTIVS tlm hn.r miLiinnr. nn short notico. hadics and I)ressinakeT please send in rour worV. it you wish it neatly dono. mun. hah i r.i-ii. No. South lliRU St., J.atiiiner s new uuiiuiiib. luayaa T A1ES AND IIII.IH.r' WJ't-o' XJ Fattorns, of all styles, oan be had at MRS HAUTE LL'S. iC'8 South High street. may23 -a r irilll! STITrilINO OF A I. jL ill kinds done at No. 238 South High street liiav'J'J MKS. HART ELL. rrnr rr i rillltTFn WEED X Machines may bo fnunda' Ne. 2M Soiith High stroet, Lattmier s now Duiiuing. majij IMPOETANT ANNOUNCEMENT. OP WATCHES. CHAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, &C. nE K1ILMUN IIOLL.AK&' AVOHTII! ' 1 to Tin BisniKKD ok at "'" Ouo 3Dollor Eacli ! Witbout rr gard to Value ! Not to be paid f or un- i til you know what yon are to receive::: Siilcndid Lint of Articles ! ! All lo be sold at One Dollar Kadi!! son Musical Boxes '. ... 820 lo $100 each. ISO ' with Hoi's and . Catinet 2no " 500 Silver Tenpnt' and Coffee Unu 20 " cm " Chaffing Dishei 30 " Kino " " ' lee l'itchers 20 " a; 00 " SvrnpCupswi'hSalvers 20 (KHKI " hiblet4t Drinking Cups 5" 3nC0 " Castors '5 " 2000 ' " Kruit.CardACakelVsk's 20 " fiiKiO Doi. Silver Tea Spoons 10 " Iikioo " " Tahlo Sp'ns A Forks 20 " l!5u Ocnts' Gold Hunting-CVe Watches.... 60 250lidies' (fold and Enameled Hunting-Oaso Watches 85" BOO Ml 1M SO M) W 60 50 30 40 dot. ISO each. TO COO Cent's Hunting-Case Silver Watches 35" 70. 200 Diamond Rings 60"- loo SUM Oold Vest and Neck Chains 4 " 30 mind " Oval Hand HracoleU 4" 8 MM Jet and Uold liracelets 6 " 10 2000 Chatelaine Chains and Uunrd Chains 7000 Solitaire nmtCold Hrnnches iMiHi Coral, Opal A Kmerald Umochea 5u00 Miuaii-, Jet, Lava and Floren tine Ear Drops 1Z00 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear Drops 20 10 8 8 6 10 8 10 8 6 10 .'0 8 10 11 111 10 16 IS 10 10 25 15 10 4000 California Diamond Itrcast- pins 9.60 3i00(f.ild Fob Vest Watch-keys.. 2.60 ((K Fob ana Vest Ribbon-sli-les 3 5000 Sew Solitaire Sleeve-buttons, Studs, .to 3 STdO Oolil Thimbles, Pencils, tc... 4 lismo Miniaiure Locket 1.60 4000 " ' Masio Spring 10 3KHI (Sold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac . . . 2 Sihhi Plain Cold Rings 4 fiiHKI Chased Cold Rings 4 Mono ftnne riot and MKnet Kings.. '.'.uo loooo Cal forma Diamond Kings.... 7."i(to Sets La-lies' JowolryJ out Uold 6000 " " " Cameo, Pear'.Opsl and other istones.. 10O00 Cohl Pens, Silver Extension . Holdoi-s and Pencils 10000 Hold Pens and Gold Mounted Holders 6000 Gold Pens ond Gold Extension 6 " Holders 15 " 6000 Lailies' (lilt and Jet Buckles.. . 6 6000 Ladies' tiilt and Jet Hair Pars ami Halls 5 " AltKANDtlii: ic CO., o . Manufacturers' Agents, Nf) 107 HKOADWAY. NEW YORK Announce that nil of tho atovolistof Ooods will bo old for Oni Dollar each. In coo-equenco of t lie groat stagnation of trade in the inaniilni-tiirini districts ot England, through thewar havingcut off the supply of cotton, a largo quantity of aluahle Jowelry, originally intended fur the English market, has been sent off for salo in this oountry, AND Xfl'ST HE MILD AT ANY SACUIFICK1 Under theso circumstances. Ah RANUALE A CO .acting as aeonts for toe princi pa European manutacturcrs, nave rosoiveu npi n gret Gilt Apportionment to be divided according to llint'iiThiwinir reiriilatiiins! ' Cortitli-atesof the various articles are nut Into on vnlones imliscrlminatelv. scaled UP. and when or dered, are takon out without regard to c hi ice, and sent or mail, thus showing no favoritism. On re ceipt ot the certificate, you witktoe what you are to have, and then it is atyouroption tose-'.d tnedoi larand taka the artinlo or not. Purchasers mar thus obtain a Uold Watch, Dian ond Ring, or any get of Jewe ry on our list tnrUNR hollar. fscud 25 Cents for crtlftcHte. In all transactions by mail, we shall charge for forwarding the Certincatos, paying postage and do ing the business, 25 cents eacli, wnicn inu.il ue en nlosed when the Certificate is sent for. Five certi ficatcs will be sent fortl, eleven for tl, thirty for V, sixty-five for JJ10, ono hundred lor f 1J What the "Press" say of us Curat Oipt DiitTKiBrTioN. A rare opportunity is ottered for obtaining watches, chains, diamond rings, silverware, etc., by Messrs, Arrandale A Co., at No. 107 Drnadway. They have an immense stock lt Vt id or, varying in value, and all are offered at one dollar each. The distribution is very fairly done you agree to take a certificate of a certain ar ticle, enclosed in an envelope, and are not required to nav voor dollar unless rou are satisfied with th article, which will certainly he worth more than that amount, and mar lej0 or100. An excellent mode tins of Investing a dollar.- tundap Timet, Jf. Y. jmj,reoratirq w.imi. - Messrs. Arrandale & Co, have long been personal' ly known to us, and we believe them fci be every way worthv of public confidence. 2T. Y. ScottUh America, Jour. June 11, lgot. Wo'have inspected at the office ef Arrandale A Co, s Agency tor r.uroiean .Manufacturing Jewel lers. a lurze assortment of fashionable and valuahli jewelry of the newest pattorns. We also noticed a large quantity of silver p ate, and understand 'that the whole of these newly imported artio:es are to be disposed nf nn a novel principle, giving great ad vantages to buyers and affording extensive employ ment to agents. We know the firm in Question to In very respectable and thoroughly worthy of publio confidence, and reonmmend our friends to read their advertisement. Ji. Y. Albion, beptemtr a, lue. liv Mi-ssrs. A rrandale A, Co.'s arrangement, the ad vantages must be on the side of the customer, for he has everything to gain and nothing comparatively to In o. Hi) knows what he will get for bis dollar be forehand, and he neert not send it if be is nit satis fied. -jV. Y. WeeiJySetct.Aug.O.lW. t'upinTurvT vim I.aiiirsi. The most eligihli and profitable employment we bare heard of for la dies i the talent eeniflcatesfor the (ireat Gift Dis tribution of Arrandale A Co. A ,'ady of our ao qatintanoe has been very successful in this way, not only in oiling nor own purse, uuv aiso iu unuig a g-Hidturn toth-se to whom she sold the Certificates, as win ue seen ov our nuvrusiii miuuiun. umiu,' men can also be thus engaged..", l.bttnday Met' in iiuritniiinini tha reader will find an advertise ment .,r a rr.n.Uii. jk iv lift Distribution of watches, jewelry and silverware. In payment of Hhat advertisement we received several sets ot toe jewelry advertised, and we are warranted in saying that, both in finish and quality, they exceeded our expectations. They turned out to be just what-they had been represented. inMX'WTonMwiwiWi Aun 17 1HIU Ai;K'l'.S Wn want.airents in every regiment, and in every town and county in the country, and those acting as such will be allowed 10 cenU on ev ery Certificate ordered by them, provided their to-mitiRni-n amounts tn one dollar. Agents will col leel 28 cenU for every certificate, and remit 16 cents to ur. either in cash or postage stamps. . AKUANULt,a:i-UM mayl0-d4tlaww4t ' 167 BrouttwaytN. . NEW DENTAL OFFICE. J . W " W. ORTMAN DENTAL SURGEON, PHOFFEltfl HIS PBOFESSIOIiAIi tn.t.h anmmnnitv of Columbus and vicinity, and has hopes that any wbo-inay want MCE, .LIFE-LIKE and DUSArtbl!. ;t of new teeth It VERY l0W tRlQlif ill not fail tj give him & Pll Teeth filled in a neat and permanent manner, so ,ate render theiauaervicesjiile.aa mey wore be fore the decay commenced. All operatioirii known to thefirofession. carefully perfoTuied and warrant- al mnt ImI W ttafllplirV. ' " OFFIt;i!; No. 11, north entrance (ttp lairs, Qpi era House Coluiubui.O. ' - UncuOtf UNITED STATES 7-iiU L -UaA IN . TIIinD SUIt 1 139, . ,2 0,000,0 o oi Hr authority of the Secretary of tho Treasury, tbe undersigned, the Uenetal Subseription Agent for the sale of tfnited fttates Securities, offers to the publio tlie third series of Treasury Notes, hoar- ing; seven and tliree-tonths per' cent, interest per annum, known as the 7-0 0 LO JLTV These notes are issued under date of July 15, 1865, and are pajahle tbreo yeirs from that date in onr- renoy, or arcconvortille at tho option of tho holder Into ' U. S. 5-20 Six percent. GOLD-BEARING BONDS. These bonds are now worth a handsome-premium, and are exempt, as are all tho Government Honds, from State, County and Municipal Uvratton.whleK add fromone to three per cent. per annum to their value, according to the rate levied upon othor prop erty. Tho interest is payable scmi-annuslly by oou- pons attache I to each nolo, which may be out off and sold to any bank or banker. Tho Interest ut T-;iO per cent, amounts to One cent per day on a ,50 note. Two cent" " tlOO " Ten 80 1 it it i it it it " MOO " tlOOO " S5O0O Notes of all the denominations named will bo promptly furnished upon receipt of subscriptions. : The Notes of this Third Scries ars precisely simi lar in foi m and privileges to the Scfon-Thirties al ready sold, except that tho Government reserves to Itself tho option of paying intcest in gold coin at 6 For cent .instead nf 7 3-101 hs in eurreney. Sub scribers will deduct the intorost in currency up to July IBtliJat the timo when they subscribe The dolivory of the notes of this third series of the Seven-thirties will cowinenoe on the lstof J une, and will be made promptly and continuously after that date. Tho slight change made in the conditions of this THIRD SERIES affect only thomatlerof interest. The payment in gold, if made, will be equivalent to tlie currency intorost of the higher late. Tho return to spocio payments. In the event of which only will the option to pay interest in Gold be availed of. would so reduce and equalise prices that purchases mado with six per cent, in gold would be fully equal to those mado with seven and three tenths per cent, in currency. This is ' The Only Loan in Market Now offered by the Government, and its superior advantages mko It the Great Popular Loan of the People. Less than S30,000,ooo of the Loan authorized by Congress are now on the market. This amount, at the rate at which it is being absorbed, will all be subscribed for within sixty days, when the notos will undoubtedly command a proraium, as has uni formlv been the case on olosing the subscriptions to othor Loans. In ordor that citizens of every town and section of the country may be afforded fao'lities for taking the loan, the National Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers throughout the country have generally agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers will select their own agents, in whom they have con fidonce, and who only are to be responsible for the dolivery of the notes for which they receive ordors. JTA.Y COOKE, Spbscbiptioh Aoknt, No. ill South Third Street, Mat 16th, 1H05. PhUadtlpMa, Subscriptions will bk kroiitid by the . Flrat National Hunk of Columbusi. , Franklin Nat'nl " National Exchange Hank " maySK-diwSino HARRIS & CO, WHOLKSALH AND RKTAIL IEALER8 IM IIUUI illUUVI J'liUllUJ UIIUll.lU) SHEET mUS!CAND mUSIC BOOKS. - Dealers supplied at Manufacturers' prices. Liber al discount to Clergymen, Teachers and Schools. PIANOH TO lJlSlXI?. tXS Second hand instruments taken In exchange for new. Lessons given nn the Piano. Will sell cheap for cash. Please call. No. 11 Town Street, 1st . Boor West of Franklin Bank, COLUMBUS, maylld3mo ', OHIO. I HARRIS A CO. Strasbiirgcr & Nuhu, i 65. maiden I. ane, New Vorlt, 'l IMPORTERS OF China, Fancy Goods, BEADS( SLATE PENCILS, 4C, " Invit the attention of buyers, offering them the largest assortment at the most roasonable prices. fob2'j-d3mos WHISKY, BRANDY; WINE," . .. :.r.';.i, ..-.!. .n; AND Liquors of all Kinds. I vj I ( 1 rr-T,n THAR OI.I bOIIRBON WH1S J ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbon Whisky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure tjQ U years old - Monongahela Whisky, nf the best brands. Will be sold by the demijohn. keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and other keg or barrel Liquors, by LACEIXF, ROSS it CO., 1124 South Digh itroeC 't deeMl Powell's Great Painting. TTAVIWO ACCOmPMSIIEO A MOST -ll difficult undertaking in producing first-class negatives of Powell's Great 1'ainting of Perry's Vio'orr, for which the State of Ohio paid Ten Thou sand Dollars, I now offer the Photographs for sale aa followaj .i' , i - ' .'-J 8xld inches, single copy, sent to any address... .11 35 0 one dollur each 6 00 i A "t i IS " '-. -r f.A0 00 . Card liie 25 cents each, or 13.50 por dosen. " A libs eral di-di.ction made to the tra'le. , ' ", Address ll. wi 1 1. rnotograpner, RI South Hich strcot. Columbus. Ohio P. S. This is the only Photograph ever success fully made of it. " " ' ' mayai-diw Hocking Coal. t' I l tl! ' " "i i .1 : ', . '.' ,;n .!(H 1 T AM NOW PREPARED TO FUR JLsnishi A,nishasiiperior quality 4p Aiuoaing uoaj, )u any quantity, delivered to any part of the city, or on railroad ears, . .'-.,-'-, , Mr (irrters tettatmy skits, juok jjiock. ...)... ,l HAVIlPV ; , AMUSEMiENTS. OPE1U Lessees and Managers.'. IIOTJSE. ...KintAWkavkb. lly request, the great drama of East Lynne will be repeated to night. : Wednesday Kvenlng:, May 9lh Will be presented the great Drama, in 5 acts, en titled EAST LYNNE, Or, the IaMgliicr. Ladvlssbel Vane,! ....jrjSEPHINEH. TJTS0N. Madame Vine, ( To conclude with the laughable Farce of Grimshaw. Bagshaw and Bradshaw. Urtm.haw Mr. M.K..WTI.r.3 Fai.ny Sparks.. iiiiss ANNIE VAN OSTEN. ' n. Tn speed r nreraralion the great ; Nautical Diau of the W1ZAKD OF THE WAV E. Admission Dress fllrolo and Varquotte, Family Circle, S.V; Private Hoxes, $0. IliHirs opon nt.7o'clook ; to commence at n. 50c; ELLSLERS ATHENEUM. ra ' itTtn T liW IT U A TV 1 1 MA NAUR It (Also Proprietor and Manager of Pii.e's Opera-House M S1MM0T5DS... -.ACTING MANAGER. T.'ll. KADCL1FFE ....SiAGiS MANAUliK. Continued sucecss of the renowned Star Dramat ic Combination iroin J iae s upera uuusc, nmom nati. lVoilneiuliiT Krenlnar, May 3atli, " ' Sheridan's famous Comedy of T II K RIVALS, Or, a Trip tollutli. ( To conclude with the laughabio Farce of the ROUCH DIAMOND. Prices of Admission Dress Circlo and Parqnette, 50 t'eiits!' Family Circlo, 5 cents; Private Boxes, r,.nu each. ... . . , , . DiMirs open at 7 o'clock; commence at 8 o'olock. Box ofliceupen daily from K) A. M. nt!l 4 P. M., w hen ' may oe eeeurea mmout ewiru unarya. Kutire ohango of performance to-morrow evening, SEItlKSOir GRAND PRESENTATION ENTERTAINMENTS Will be given at i EUSLEiTS ATHENEUM, rimiAr tlm .Ii r Linn, nf thn New York Manufao furinir '.tntvplrrs' Assueiatien. who at twelve Knter- tiiiinents given by this Association, at the Acade my of Music, in New York, sold upwards of 100,000 worth of I lckets, and . . Uiiva Avriiy Over 0,000 Prenentn. N. B. All others using the name of the Now York Manufacturing Jeweler s Asoclatlon are io litioiis Association', and in noway connected with the Original and only Genuine New 1 ork Jewelers Association iu the country. . . ' WEAIIEnOWOPEN,' FOR THE SALK OF TICKETS AND DISTRI- BUT10N OF FllESENTS. ; at 207 SOUTH HIGH STREET, ONE DOOR NORTH OF KICH. ' , GIVE AWAY, i To the Turcliasers of Tickets to tlie En tertainment! tW EEMEMBEIi CI VEN A WAY! , BY TH8 SEW YOItK MANUFACTURING JEWELERS' ASSOCIATION, FROM THEIR IMME SSE STUCK of JEWELRY Watches set with Diamonds, Gold Enamoled VVBtches Heavy Gold Hunting Cae Watches, Silver A'atehes; Tea Sets, Silver Ware of all descriptions, Bracelets.Gusrd Chaius, Brooches, Solitaires, Rings, And an endless variety of Jlfoo Uteri, and objects J0 I cri c . TICKETS OIK DOLLAR. Everyone Roceives a l'resent at tho time they Purchiiso thoir Ticket, varying in value from Fitly Cents to One Hundred Dollars, nn v., Tinlcxta m.ld at the Hall. Every one Re ceives a Present on purchasing tbeir Ticket at tbo Compan liopot. No. 207 South High Street, One Door .North of KicB. WBEADI WBEAD! jWREADIJ 1-h. r.tKAml th mrist. Fair, the most Orifr inal. the most Popular, the most Successf ul Enter prise ever inaugurated, and indorsed by the PRESS and t'UlSi.lC ot Jew Torn, liumuo, ruuuurgn and all the largast cities hast and W out. , The New York Horald says: There has never been an enterprise inaugurated tn h,d ..ii v which has heon more ffonerallv natron- itcd or given moro goncrul satisfantini,, than that of tho Presentation fcntertainmciil given Ny tne no York Jianulaijtiiniig Jewelers Association. The New York Tribune says:' Tho best-artists procurable in the city, are en gaged for these enterlainmonU, and it scenis to bo the determination of the directors to leave nothing undone to please and satisfy their" pstrons. There is no delay, no anxietv on tne part of the purchasers to know what they will receive. Tho present is giv en when the ticket is purchased, and they go away with a ticket for a first class entertainment worth the prico paid for the ticket, and a prosent worth leas! as much at retail prices, and perhaps a great deal more. ' The Now York Times says: " The extreme liberality and fairness with which Mr. hlns, the Actuary or tne .Jewelers' Association has conducted .very thing relating to these enter lHinm.nl, h.vn.niArin thfttn more nonnlar than anv. thing of the kind ever given in New York, and tlie saie of tickets has been very large. Like all of Mr, E las' promises, every expectation held out in rela tion to tnoso oiitenainments has tieou rAoro man re aiizun. Mr Depot for the ralo of Tiokets and Distriba tion ot 1 resents, 207 SOUTH HIGH STREET, OSE DOOR NORTH OF. RICH. BO'N'T FOHCET THE NUMBER. The first Entertainment will be given I'UIDAY, MAY SlOth. , t&. Parties in tho country who desire Tickets, can have lickets and Presents sent by mail or Ex- pioss. on receipt ot the monev. iii.v2.-dlw .1. W. ELTAS, Actuary. Attention ! Attention ! ! rpiIE 1IEAIITIFI L RESIDENCE HE A longing to Mrs. E. C. Bieok, with 200 acres of land, will probably be sold soon at agrtat bargain. Any one wishing to obtain a fine country seat, with the advantages of good road. Postofiice and shop ping arrangements, for a small sum of money, would un won to maao application immauiateiy to ine 5 resent owner, at Drove City, franklin Uou hio. . - The property may be divided, if desirable, to suit liurunasers. Good titlecan be given; Address "' ' MKS. E. C.BRECK, - Grove City, Franklin County, Ohio. May 15, 1805. niayl8-ltwA2wd . JohnBreese's Estate. XTOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN THAT 1' the undersigned has this day been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Franklin county. Ohio, as Administrator of the Estate jonn rireese, late of Franklin eonnty, Uhio, do oeased. . , . iliAflCta JOJiISS, May , lots.' ' - ..may10-3wa SPECIAL NOTICES. v ; A CARD TO INVALIDS. ' A Clergyman, while residing in South Amerioa a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Deo Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organ, and the whole train of disorders brought on by banetul and vicious habits. Great numbers bare been al ready eured y this noble remedy. Prompted by desire to benefit the afflicted and . nfortunato.I will send the recipe for prepar ng and aslng this me ni lid. in A umlnil .nvnlnn n in, nn .li, H.J Tree of ' Ckarae. '''" - -i j ' Please Inclose a. (tamped envelope, addresse yourself. Addrut JORfcPH f . INM'AIf, Btat'ON D. Kibi.i Hons! " septlTtt-dly -"- New York City. COLGATE'S IIOXEY SOAP. i -' This celebrated Toilet Soap, in tuoa nnlver sal demand, is made from thecholceat materials is mild and emolIUnt In lu 'nature, f rav (raritly toented, ex-d extremely beneficial io Its aotion anon the skin. For (ale by all Druggists nd Fancy Goods Dealers. j&n30 '85-diwly of aj OTICEIHT Lel( dale," test,,Mw" "i,,Mft "Boarding;," .,( not exceedloj llnea, publialiea In tlila colnmn 23 cents! each Insertion I . '' A1 in a Crocery and Mill ousin- rn, wrm .m. partner. Loca ion, one m ins uwv m in. 7. f uni In anil tnr A VAiri. Mas a good run oi ouswin, . If ji TiT V I? i A bargain if sold soon. Apply to M. G. HI hVEW. SON, 24i Soi th High street. trayU-dtjunel Y7 ANTED TWO GOOD MII.I.INEIt V Vii find steady employment, with good wager at Kn.iiM houtn tlign.troei, wmuiuu.. v apr7-dtf ' i,..MgtJBaaa ia SPECIAL NOTICES. REMARKABLE CURE OF STIFF KNEE BV ULLCOCK'S POROUS PjLAS- f TEttS.-How many persons, from stepping on; A; j alece of orange peel, have boen lamed for life? "A'' ease which might have been of tbia kind baa just been brought to our notice. A gentleman from placing the heel of his biot on a piece ofprahgff J peel,' was suddenly thrown down, and vlelealiyi I sprained his k,oee. Ho wasaix, months, oonfined to the house, though he bnd tbo best medical advice. As a last resort a very eminent physician was called in tosoe if anything mnreoould be done,- AftM jt?vJ amination ho said, "My opinion is, your knee will never be bent again." ile reeoniuiendod that the wholelog and kneeshould be encased ip a plaster of Paris bandage, Which would accelerate theperjna nont stifiehingof the knee, and said, "the soonerlt was di ne the better.' " But the patient, TierdVetry ingthis application and having a stiff knee fnr lifl enveloped it in our Porous Plasters, and in less than" two months his knee was periectly cured. . . . : , -p Principal Agoncy, Brandroth IIouso, New York.-,. By the yard or single plaster. Sold by all Dealers '. inMod.cines. mny24-dwim 10 FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS M V:A THEWS' VENETIAN HAIR DYE has stood th test of trial, and is constantly Increasing in publio favorH! i"" ; : n "A". ". '".flH 3 0 THE VENETIAN HAIR DYB is the best'aaa- cheapest made. ' Its prloe Is only TS cents, and een bottle cpntains double the quantity of dye in those nsuaUy sold for l. " " ; t. THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peculiar process. Which renders it inflnitoly euperio & a&y dyo in market. Doing complete In one battle, no preparation is required, which greatly simplifies the application. ," . ., , . ', ,, -'.a IN USING THIS DYE yon ayoul, that RC8T; peaD appearance by which dyed hair- aatftfiekeia are so readily rocognDed, when ai inferior article has been used, as it produces a'perfeotly natural col or of any shade that is desired, from rich browa; to a jetty, lustrous black, that will not smut, crock ' or stain tho clothing. Inest 75 cents and yon will t be crnvinced. Sold by all J)rnggfatt and FancJU Goods Dealers. ' ' . i: ; A. I. MATHEWS, Manufacturer. DEMAS BARNJJ'J A CO.. New YorkVVholesare.' Agents. , i,, , maym-dcodiy President I,lneln' Teatlmonlfi I, A. New York correspondent writing under .date pf . August 1, '04, says! During Mr. Lincoln's reeenij visit to the "front," the propriety of issuing Whisky rations to the army was discussed with Gen. Graul,, who favored tbo measure. .The President remark ed with his usual eosentsinrplioity,that'wliatvrla beneficial to the health of thoeivilian, will certain ly prove advantageous tp the health of tho soldiers, and as nearly every individual residing jn manor districts throughout t- e country oan attest ta this merit of Robaok's Bittoro as a preventive of f ebrili, complaint, by using them ip the army the malaria,, of swamps, and fevers of, thp -camp may.liko the en-j emy.be defiod . .. .may,16'd4wlm CAUTION' FROM THE AMERICAN WATCH CO It bavlngcometnionr knowledge tbat imitations of tlie American Watch bave been put upo ' tn " market in great numbsr, calculated by their utter. worthlessness to injure the reputation of out (aaa. ulne products, to protect onr own interest SHidV'tha, publio from imposition, we again rublish the trado marks by which onr Watches "may invariably be known. : '-. " .We manufacture four styles of fatche.' , h The First has tho name "..ni, n -"AMERICAN WATCH CO.. WaHham MaaM- cngraved on the insido plate. 1 .,. : The Second has the name ';-., APPLETON.TRACT A C0.,Waltbam, KmuJ : engraved on the inside plate. i, I TheTuiHD has the name -i "P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham, Masa.," enravoi on the inside plate. " ' :.( All the abovo styles have the name American Watch Co. painted on the dial, and are warrant? ed in every respect. , , , A 'i.'.'.S021 Tho Foi'kto bas the name "WM. ELLERY, Boston, Mass.." engraved en tha nside plate, and is not named on the dial. .' :i - AH the above described Watches ate male of va rious Sizes, and are sold in gold or: silver eafcs.aa may be required. It is hardly possible for us to accurately describe the numerous imitations to which wo have alluded, They are usually inscribed with names so nearly. ap. proaching our own as to'Oscape the observation of thounaccustemod bnyer. Vouie " represented as made by the "L'nion Watch Co., of Boston, Mass." no such Company existing. Somoare named the Soldier'( Watch," tobesold as our Fourth -or Wm. Ellcry style', usually known as the- "Holdier's Watch." Others -ire named tho,"Appleton Watch Co.i" others the "P. 8. UartLgT," instead of onr P. H. Bartloit;" beside manyi varieties named in such a mni.ner as to convey the idea tbat they are the veritable productions of the American Watch Company. Weaujooaution the public, and particularly sol diers, against buying certain articles called watch es, so freely advertised in illustrated papers as "Army Watche," "Officers' Watches," "Magio Time' Observers," "Arcana -Watches," Aa.,;tbe prices of which are stated to be from seven to silt- teen dollars. A good watch, In these times, canto) be afforded for any such money. A little attention on the part of buyers, .will pro tect them from gross imposition. , .,. itonmrvs a appjLeto,'l Agenta for ihe American Watch Company, 1 ,c . 183' BROADWAY, K. t .j, aprt6-dAwlm - ' - 's "-oi.il. i.. .) V A CARD TO INVALIDS. :. . A Clergyman, while residing in South America al a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits, Great numbers bav Veen al ready cured by this nobtn teiWdy.Promted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the receipt for preparing and using this medt oine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who' needs H, free qf Qharg. , , ., . , T rt , , Please inclose a post-palof envelope; 'addressed U yourself. Address, . Joseph T.W"MAit.J!; , , , , Station DfBiaifHoBgw,"? mohM'o5.d1y. New York City!' To Die In a Bad Cause 11 As those who fall in the jebel ranks undoubtedly , J o dii fiHab. 1 flu On the other hand, ,j Dyeing for a Good Cause As those who Are-wise and prudent enough to rem. edy the defecUof paturewi(h , ' CHRISTADORO'S HAIR fcf E Are doing every day, in every city of the Union, it eminently praiseworthy. This peaceful revolution it going on throughout the whole laid, and "thus beauty and harmony supplant homeliness anoV in congruity. Manufactured by J. CHR1STADORO. No. 6 Aatof House, Vt YorkA' Sold by fruggisU Applied by all Hair Dressers. Iapr38-dAwlm The Bridal Chamber, an Essay of Warn ing and Ihstrasjtlon for Young Men; Also,'BW pi reliable treatment for. Diseases of the Urinary an Sexual Systems Sent free, in sealed envelopal Address. Dr. J. BKILLLN HOUGHTON, Howard Association. Philadelphia. Pa. ' ' apr4'e-ly 1 . . nt ja ResnTcd, from hi Old Office. DtUA.'.B. WliLIAUS; West BrossTwaM neat High street, Columbus, Ohio, bas devoted hlmsel for a series of years to the treatment of certain pri vate diseases. . He may. beoonsultedat' hU' o&cap Broad way; near (be Exohaage Bank. '-'' ' '' a JUoh'ie'tS,-'.' - .' ' j .':': '"ofJ