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111 r. :,d H :Mf.4X :mt-... 1 .1 -V torn' 7iNlhl f,...-i.; i... ..,.- .'.i'-. - .... 1 ; , , ... . . , ,, , , s,", : : ra , :: , , i ' '' .... i , ' ! i ..!-.-. -. v- I,-. .)- , .... . -. .. . . ; . Y::;:;i!.'i . ... I Ml.f7l..l I! ) .if . 1 CO LUMBUS. OHIO, FKIDA Y MORNING. I JUNK 23,-I8C.- ::u;:r-y.: .X-l ; NUMBER 304 -. I'' - . .. r r i' t . fiirtiat;'" Redaction If" I I . I; I -' 1 it I. ... i : ii .( . ,.i yt : 1 , . r..;i .: .- . . n . ' ,:n r-. ..i CLOTHING, - i . J . . . ifn ,7 . .. i I .. . i .. .; furnishing Goods VALISES, RUBBER GOODS, &C. .- I! .'I . . AT THB Nos. 6 & 7. Nell House Build Ing, South Ugh St., OPPOSITE TO ENTRANCE SI ATE CAPITOL rrO CORRESPOND WITH THE Pres. X nt low price of Uuld, 1 have doUfininod to eioe out at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ' '' myeDtlre itoekof FALL AND WINTER; GOODS eonilttlmof every article neeettary for a complete ouiii tor toe . ., .. .. CITIZEN AXD MILITARY TRADE, TUtIii the Inrgeitt and most extorsive itock of Uletbini in Uoluinbui, Kotu as regard Quality, Style and Prices, lean offer anperior inducement,, aa ray itnolc was bought during the latedecline in goods. To Mili tary end Cititen ttmnKere I would Mr. five me a call, and I can miarentee that yim will o away vat liDed, -I have aUo cooatantl on band a complete uoriUiem pi , . , Swords 'Belts;' ;fi !! ) - Sashes, . Straps, .1 A Ornaments, Rubber Talmas, ..-."I . i . . i. FUBBER COATS, LEGGINGS, &C. i ...... i In Furnishing Goods, I have an extra large ttock tf Hcarfa, Linen and Milk llandkrrchiotn. Gloves, Inder Garments, White end Woolen Shirtu, Collars, co. vonneoiea wiin toe estaousnment u my MERCHANT Tailoring Department where can h found a full stock of Cloth, Casslmeres, Beavers, Meltons, and Vestipgs. which will be made REASONABLE RATES. DO.YT FORGET THE PL.ACE, MARCUS CIIILDS, 1W I V 7, Nell Ilone Knlldinet Two doors from PoiUtfica. deoM . , , ... .,, ,i, . (. WEIJTT) "! ': . SEWING MACHINES! 'LOCKSTITCH! STB AIGUT NEEDLE I '! Families Seamstresses, Tailors r '-.-Eto. The Cheapest in the Wigrld.m . '-ul BEOAUSB -Til E - BEST I Tbey are. ire t supersede all others, aa ttey Bake the BEST WORK without trouule. please call and examine. - Culumbua Offloe, . ' ; V Net. 838 Bwnth IIliU Street, La&imet'a new Bntdiii'(up"atalra.) V7 " i' H ? j; llAHTKI.L, Ac. : ajfMSamiAr .' ' ' ' : i:.; .i. - i- WHISKY, BRANDY)' WINE tn f 'IvinJi rfla..' 1 iliiln .rs.;".vTn") A ' ; !. b "1 .!.- n l.li'.fo .vii. 'I-,-- .. Liquors ot all Kinds. l.V-'fia .' v.d n Ii. nond rrEJ YEAH OLD, fiOVRBOIV WIIIS. r barrels pure 10 yeara old Bourbon tKf , " -ttrenty-flve barrela pure a to U I -.r i ,1-1 i. . n nr .'ii: lalonongaliela Whisky, ; of thebwfrDraS.i'ift teioW by the demijohn, k I Qr.ba,rrel; atoy alt Itinda of Wines and otkir Lioilora. hf i. Tr dectsT "-r - " IMSunth'HlaTt atreit. ' ' ' ' ' 'I ' .j. . ii.' c.iLiHM;;y"; ':,''W'l.,,ifATrir;w--B:''-i LaU of Mason Co.; Ky. ' ' Of Uayarllle. Ky, i; . ; Jjs i "0 MUM, ,i: ll .t-.i.- i til Lateef Mt. bleilinf, ty.ii ,.r ,: ., . jtU&'itji, "&: to.',: ifwjwm i.. ! 1.1 -,l M,l7 .. , C.- . I-B--; JKTThl Honae havtnt keen tboronghiy repaired novUnd newly furaUhedia now open. , r . 1 - "'1 ST. CEL&RLES HOTEL, vl-i'liiw . ' r-.'f'il.ei''f ,.ioj.i;t-n.. armffwn- CORNER OF v . . i PITTSBURGH, PA,y . i . .: ilOTTT. T i ti iI maysoro-tj antiTailoring .f. p.t'.r) - "ii.,,. nlLL ON ROSE tc. BEEITIt NOBTn 1 J efut oornar of High and Town streets, for your Clothing, wbere you can get good flta, foot .quality Uoods, and alttnlov Pneti, BIfll 1 ,-iAyYz'r X josepp; do WD All, Nd.,5 tjnion Block, Columbus, Ohio ":' ISSUES POLICIES. IMXfEaplGmST ACCIDE5T, THE ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY ,! ' V Oaf tOLtTtinifS.OIHO,' Capita, pf One Million Dolllars, itJ Ini.lJ 4,,0(K),00) TieBowteady'lo insure Ktainat AC ttlJD.EXTS I 1 OF EVERY Ur.NCHIFTIO,, CAUSING LUSci Op LIFE OR BUDiL-tNMT. This Company Is organised nnder the Ueneral In- anranco Las of Gbio.and t he annlicftnt for a po i- cy uiav readily satislvlnine t of tho re-noi.mliililv of t)ie.Cu.pny, by namlieeiiun to any of lha officer or aeoHte of thn Cmnrainv. - - ' Ihis mralonf Insurarrt la prnforable to I,lfe In to ranee, for 'ho reason thsrt It ia much cheaper, and gives a weekly compeiisatii n In caxe of (liability arising from any acoident nhatwer, who hiT they occur in traveling hy railrrad, steamboat or stage oonch, walkiHe; iii the street i at work tn tlierjhopa, and in every variety ol oircuuisUucea in which men are placed. ; , , . GENERAL ACCIDENT POLICY. i The payment' of TEN DOLLARS "pecures Ton Oollnr.i per week coinpen.ati..i, while iliaahW-d fur aperrod not exceeding aix mouths from any one accr dent.or . ,. Two Thousand Dollars . In the event of dtuh by Accident. 'The Tmentof FIFTEEN DOLL A Hi aecurea Piftem Dollars weekly compensation, or i Three Thousand Dollars In ease of death. : Any other sums up tc Ton Thousand Dollars' at rop.irtii.nBte rale... : du can insure in this Company for any length of line from ONE DAY TO FIVE YEARS, . . And policies will be renewed at exi iration. NO MEDIQA.L EXAMINATION; IS REQUIRED. It lathe a'mp'e t and cheapest mode of preten tion against went and au'nring in cafe of Accident, and Placea tbeioeured and thove ilenendent unon him above the humility and mortification of asking loliaritynrtxintraeiiiic debts for daily suhmtence. i I ne loiiowiiig gco'ieiuen constitute the bxecutive nflicera, who cordially invite inquiry and publio in terest in the fjompun?! IIKKJ. E. MMITII, President DAVID H. (HAV, Vice President. UL'Wf C Li II I Tt, . ' wi ri hioh ld t Exocutive I WM!A..Pf Oommittoo. ' GEO. B. WHICIIT, Seo'y A Treasurer. ; Columbus. Ohio. May 8. lata. tf SPECIAL NOTICE. DRY, GOODS , ACTUALLY Marked Down! POSITIVE, ABATEMENT ' ' INPRICMOf " 1 Callcoe to SJQ cts.. MuisHnato SO ots. 'delaines,' CIIALLIES, DRESS GOODS, ! All DOWN! DOWN! , ... ,DOWN! , 'NEW SPRING CLOAKS, VKY CHEAP h- 3 i Andr4t in .the prerailinf .idjrlej.- of . the present ',: - , , 4MWH, M . :., ,, MLS, .SCQEBmOM & tO,, 1';, 183 8eutb tllfh St., Union Blocki aprt-dly ' ; ' FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK ! COTjTJMBUa. t)EStifiATEl)'v:OtPC$tTCny' ,t '( arri- t .'1 J i no.'):: FINANCIAL ACE NT tjansJ'a r..' Of the United Statea I Recelres Snbiacrfptlona S-IO L.oan. for the 7 (" Buji and Sella'tU kinda of 00,VEI3?f IHENT BONDS And Diacounta and makes advances on approvej Vouchers en favorable tenna. . , I JVS. IllllVlusun,;,, mmar- r v . - -.-CahiW..,. HE FRA1LIN NATIONAL BAM I . V ! o,i, ; 6f cotuMdus, Designated Government Depositary, I i.. t.i.t arfr '-.'ii ! c J -i i l o;U ,"!llV. Tm'tfopri-AwoAw i wow o fered by the Government through avttioi-irtioati . .Aoxxt. Subscriptions are received and the notes kept on hatMlfor linmediacfv delivery by this Bank, i- : Five poroent. -interest noteareceired at,, par, and aioorued interest,. ,., I ;','.'. .....'. jos. iroxcirasojr,', Ifehisii" " ' Cashiw. 1 'SocJanngO r m nw prepared TO ITJR nlah a snperlor quality of Hocking' Coal, In any qirantliy, delivered to any' part of the city, or on Ailwad oara ar orders ten at my wro, fiuoveye oiock, , - -uiay22-il3uo I' UAiDEN, ratronize Home Institutions and HOME INSITRANCE-COMPANY- OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. AUTHORIZED '. '.' Cv.. - I i .n.i Office lx TTxxloxx ItiNiirei nKainKt I-om or Ihimnee by Fire nnd'Lfffbtntng. : Bualneae Confined o FirMUCIntui Property within the State. This Company, under State control, conducts Its taking rifks on v in r nt-Clasa. l.etauherl Prnnnrtv , tentu, makiiia; it safor than those in?urin Mills, KacWrioa. Wooden ltowa. and other property of similar ' hasard. It is tbeohief aim of the Directors to do a aaf,,rather than a lame businetiaj aa boitm a surer guarantee to permanency and of greater ultimate sucoe.is; their rule ia to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in enhci tine; patromwe, do so with the firm conviction that the plan adopted by theui, will make the Company perniaueat and safe to its policy holders. ; 1 a, j .--. i ..- i.'i . . -.- ; WIUecto its: ' v ii P.0";,?1'!1? ?ALL0WAY, Columbus, 0. 0. V L. BOTI.ER,MrehatuV Columbus, O.;- fcb)Jr,i?.TA'':!?,,.J-',p, do ' E. F. DKAkK. I'revt X. I). Iff. It. K., Xenia, 0. I).B,HUBliAJil)., ... . .. , do. , . ALEX. 11. ilAKLUV, Xenia.O. , officeus: , Samuel Gallowny, Prcaldent. Alex. It. ifanley, General A rent. ' V? j Lewis lu, Vice IT id nt. ' V. A. Iluhlcy , A.'t lienH Agent. 1 '.' " ' D. U. Hubbard. Secretary. au(rlR-ly Keen yonr Money in the State 1 1: .ii sod '.Hi. 'i , :. . IJY THE STATE. , Stz-ot .1. buslneaa on the moat approved and economical plan Vans Kill III inff. I'ri vut a llHrnllitiipii .ml lliAir t .nn. - OH I O Agricultural College. AH ACT, DOKAI'tlVG EAIVDS TO 11 the several Status end Territo.iea, which may proviile OoMpkcs for the benefit of Auriculiure anil Mochanic Aria," passed b Co great and ap proved hy tho I'residotit.July 9.1, IfflS, ursnts to the .State of Ohio aix hundred and thiny thousand aores of land. tSociion four eiiiict', ''That ell moneys de rive! fmin the a le of tho lends alnresaid, by tho State 10 which the lands aru apportii nod, i-hul be inviolably appropriaKd to each .Stnto wiiioh may take and claim the benefit, of this Act, to the en dowment, support, and maintenance nt at least one College, where the Ifalina: object a' all be, without exoludiunolhor scientific and classical studios, and including military lactic, to teach such bratiches of learning e are related to Aariculture and the Mechanic Arts, in such a manner as the LeKlnUre 01 the Wale may respectively provide, in order to promote the liberal and practical educatiou of the industrial classes, in the sev.ral pursuits and pro fessions of life.'' , Thi" trust ha- been accepted by the State, and an Ant "To provide for the palo of land scrip, and oth er purpose," passed hy thetiencral As.onibly, April 13th, 18115, authorizes iho Auditor, Keeroiarv. and Treasurer of State, through the Amiitora and Treas urers of the Kvernl coiiotic. to oiler for sale the SC. ip for said land, the proceeds to be transferred to he "State of Ohio, in trust for the Agricultural Collcee." It is provided in section 9, '1 here shall be appointed by the Uvvtrnor, byaudwittt the ad vice ando ti'enl of the Senate, five Commissioners." : Suction 10. "Said Commissioners, after full ex amination, shall report li the (K.vtmor, .hy tho llrt of December next, tlicir iipinirm a totlio place for locating said Colleire or Colltgos: and in form inn such opinion, said Cniumi-sinners shall consider the ac cessibility of t Uch location to all parts of the State, by the ordinary means of travel; the inducements which may be offere I hy any locality in the way of donations of land, building, money, or other valu able property for sa il Culleue or (Villofes; the prac ticability ot procuring, at ica.onahle expense, the necessary quantity of land adapted to tho use of aq experimental farm, with such other considerations as should itilluenoo in tho selection of such location. Said Commissioners shall, also, consider and report any proposition which are now, or mav within aix months lie made, with the inducements offered for the establishment of in re than nnesueh Colleue." Suction 12. "Said Commissioners shall submit to the Governor by the first day of December next, their (aid plan of organization, wUiohtbe (iovornor ai.all coininunicato to the General Assembly, at its n-xt session." Sfctkin 13. "Said Commisiinera shall receive no compensation for their services, An." David Tayloh, of C'olumhua;. Alii.es . Gkkkn wood, of Cincinnati; I'ktwi Tiiatciikk, of Cleve land: CtiRisTiaw L. Foorman, ol St. Clalmville, and uakwin fc. UAUDNKK, ot .ioledo, have hern se lected as Commissioners, and desire the kind and oordial help of their fellow-citiierw. wr.-i-' The land and buildings, worthy of so liberal en dowment, can only he had at contiilralile cost; this must be mot bvtlio Mate, unless it is furnished by individuals. The inducements tol heratitvare irreat. The School which improves and: elevaoea the indus trious, is worth having ami helping. It must be on advantage to the floromunity with nlilch it is located and an honor to the individual who contributes to secure it. ... Dcfinitenrrmnsarsnnrsuant to the law are resnect fully solicited fiom responsible pa.. ties, at'an early day, and mav head. Ire-sed to the Chairman, DAU- 17 III I' IliDUVL'll IT 1.1. ' li r..irnn4i.iii( loiuuo. May2u,lf65, juno 0-d:itawOw Losses Paid in 46 Years oven $17,000,0 00. . CfET. ASSETS, AN . ,11 865r ' $3, 6 7.7,3 6 2 v71. iritijE Aivr iNtAND KT Agencies. In . nil the Principal Citleeand Town in the United States. ' Appl.catlona tor Insurance tvill be promptly attended lo, , , ; . 1 '1 ': 'i AfiDREW: GARDNER, Jr.,.Ag't, iJohnaoo Building. i mohl4-d3m wn I -n o-r?i rrfrrr. iri;TA ;fn WHOLESALE GROCERS 4' . j Commission Merchants. t " PIouT,' Bait, fish,' Water Lime anil Plaster, ! v . s 'i . . ' '.. :ssf. 1 - t y ''' ;.. , ; lonthmtt Corner Town mad Fourth BtreoU, ' . , .: - . " '1 t , :. ... j COLUMBUS, OHIO. liayM.'6-dtf, ' .' . Ml l-i !.-. 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK rcoi-ttamus, PIitajLlV&W DEpidsiTORT -AND V Financial Agent df th0 Uf'8; CONTINUES TO FURNISH 'V. 8., B0ND3. Notes, and other Government Sccuritiea in large or ainall amount, as desired. All offering are frag from State taxes, inoliuive of , , : , I , ,TaO ,11. (S. Trensnpy .Wote. , These are a favorite Investment, as Interest Is pay able semi annually at the rate of 7-SO per cent, per annum,, and 'at the end nf three yeara from; their date, are convertible into Greenbacks or per cent, old interest 5-tO Donds, at the option nf the holder, jan37-tf U.lI.liUjj3AUD, Cashier. I . - ; ' THE CHAMPION j Pet role u in Company OF OHIO. GENERAL OFFICE, - COLUMBUS,. CAPITAL STOCK- $400,000. Par Value and Subscription Price, 10.01) per Miare. Working Capita ., - J0,0O0. No Personal Eiability or Future Ae leumenli. . . - , orriOERs: . GEO.' R. feLAN'CHAUt), President. JOHN W. HK.ILES. Vice President. ; R. E. CIA.Mri()X,Sco'y and Treasurer, Hon. C. N. OLDS, Solicitor. TA Lands Located in Ohio, West Virginia and . .' "C lnngylvania. - TIIK PHOPrilYirsOF TIIISCOMPA hy ciihsif t of 423 acres of the most desirable Oil Lands in these States, selected with caro and judgment bypractical mon, after prospecting and examining tho imot productive regions and locali ties. A large part of it is situated on Dunkard crock, Oroen etHint.t, Pennsylvania, where, in pri portion to developments, the quantity and quality of the Oil found, is superior ti Oil ercek, it com mantling a higher price in the Pittsburg market. The lands in West Virginia are located in Mon onsclia and Wetzcll counties, and are considered among the bost in the S'ate. - '. In Ohio, the Company property is located in Knox county, whore the indications aro most favorable. Oil of a superior charsotcr as a lubricator being found at a daptb. of 560 feet, on adjacent lands, and within a few feet t f the Coupanv's property. The Company aro already sinking one well, and bavo arranged to commence two more, as soon as the necessary machinery can be put on the ground. THREE VLLS have recently been struck only a short distance from the property of this Company,. either onb of which1 would, In one year, nearly re pay tht tntirt capttiU of tit Company. .The officers of this Company, in placing it stock before the public, are confident that the Induce ments offered aro not su' passed by any Company in the country,' The Capital Stock- is email fortbe amount of valuable Oil territory the Company" pos sess, and the assurance of a t-peedy and I arte re turn to the stockholder is almost certain, .'' Full and detailed information given on applica tion to the Sec eUtry and Treasurer. MT A limited amount of the Stock ia now offered for tale. Apply to B. E, CHAMPION. apri'l-dOm Secretary and Treasurer. 1865. 1865i ' . . .."18 Tar established in N. T. Cit v." . . "Only infallible remedies known." I ' "Free from Poison." - . i v I "Not dangerous to the Human Family," j .1 "liatacome out of thoir holes to die."!,, . ''OostarV'.Eat, Boach,"&0 . liter's. ' Is a pat use fur Art. ' Me4, Boatto, Black and ' I : Bed Autj'iOi, Ao.,Ao., Ao. . i ''OostaIV.B'4:'li-BugExtermiIlator.' , . 1 . Isa liquid or wash used to : , j ; ; destroy, and also as a pre- ' ; ventive tor Ucil-rJufis, do. ' "Costal'" Electi io Pow er for Insects ,...;' I f..r 'JrefAa; Mng4lo$,-f,:,:i . . , . , JUa( d-ug$, meet e ... , 'lantt, Jowls, Animals, do. ' ' WSold, by all Druggists and Retailers every; Wber. ' 1 ....... ,'t I I PeArS t ! I of all worthless imitations. Tjlee thai "CdsTab's" name is on eochUox, Bolt. e,aiHl It'Uuk, before you buy. r , . . e -Ad.lre88 IlfclNU It.COSTAK, .I -'HINCIPAl,Pl!fOT,4SBKOADWAV. N. . A Id by all Druggists and Ueajeri in Colum bus. Ohio. J. ; fi. VJi'ljc3-lmdfw , t(T S-l't- QOOP SKsBTi FORIQE MILLION ! ! New Hoop Skirt Manufactory, :' -"ttaviiit aeerv tha oiti' il1.. fair trading of an artiole of such importance te the-Ladies in this city, ,. we ooncluded to open a "large Hoop Skirt Foeto-A ry, and invite theattenit . ' tion of the nublio in general to call and eiv amine my great assort- A... f II..,, T. Ulfiva 111..1, v, u . 'v . . i a,, mi, moludiiyr the Patent t Gore Trail and Patani 1 sua dS ' icuna:aiso,ine latest fi-style of Quaker Elastia Skirts, Spiral Bustles, Corseti, Patent Skirt Sup- PMyrileia'il Department tain Ihe'handa of eompJ' : tent Ladies. ' " ' ; ' ', . ' ; Deal era in surrounding towns will do well toeon salt their own interest V calling on me .when ia want of IIoop Skirt-s. ' ' - aT Hoop Sktrta iladb Over and Repaired i.'iKn , Ladies, yon will please remember the place . No. p I 'past Statotreet, Next deer fkf Jpurnal ?ffloav !" t : t,. - E. HEED, J mehS8'65 ; i , r Heap Skirt:i4lufaotor3rJ,(, j T GEO. W. ANDREWS, ' Attorriey ,: and OotinselloT at ' Laws t ' WAPAKONETA, " '"P-l; 7 fttietleai in ' tat Cou'of .Wertert tJiit. moM-tf4 - - " ! isjaift 1 srfJJrjaa 1' i mm - m mm mm a m m j . mm i, 1 ': I l . ii , i: i .i-v: I i - 1 ,-' .hi . ic'ii:-'!!'!- - ...in I I i ,-- ml'- '"Jtttfc bmVREcEnriNtj ' SUMMER GOODS OF ALL VARIETIES, Rich Dress Goods! --IS- Silks, . ; ' Grenadines, Chalie.e, :" ' Organdies, &c. FIXE LACES, EMBROIDERIES, j . . ...1 . ,. . AND A FULL LINE OF .. NOTI O TNT, Cloths and Cassimeres, ! , SHAWLS, LACE POINTS, C L O A K S, &c. Also, the latest style of SILK BASQUE, from Stewart's. . , NOS. . 250 AND 252, 8011th maylO High Street. DATE YOU HEARD THE NEWS ! SASVS FRANK HAS OPF.ttFIl A LA1ICE AND SPLEN did stook of .... BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS WATCHES Si JEWELRY, ( At the Store formerly occupied by XIr, Forney, No. 16 East Broad Street, Which bo will Than the like was eror sold in this eity. NO CHARGE MADE FJIi B1I0WLYG COOCS,' MAGIC OIL. Hallo, stranges! atop a minute, sir. Here's a New Store, just drop tf it, sir, And view with wonderful surprise, air, - The Boots A Shoes that will meet your eye, sir. The piles of Goods you have not seen, sir. Or else you must he doitgcd green, sir, T thus in haste go pan tho door, sir, ' Of 8 Frank's New Hoot A Shoe Store, sir. - He'sgotof Boot, rore tho bear, sir. In Nor'h or South, or F.ast or est, sir, 'Tin not made op of "Slouch' trash, sir, ' And be will sell it oheap for CASil, sir. ' ' His shop in town is the same door, sir. Formerly Mr. Forney's store, sir. There S. Frank fakes the shine, sir, - And out-does all in the Boot A Shoe line, sir. . So come alone, come one, come all, sir, dome rich, oome poor, great and small sir, ' ' Cmne pious folks, and hardened sinner, air, And help along the new beginner, sir. . ; Buckeye Block; opposite State House. aprt-dCtn . LAMA LACE POINTS, ! DOTH BLACK AND WHITE. 7 ! .; it . ... ; . , . JUST riEOEIVE X- BAIN &, SON, Non. S3 ljunW v, to 20 South, Illffh Street, BLACK SILK : ill i -.i I in: Cloaks, Sacques;;'and 'Basques, A NEW ASSORTMENT, ' ' I. -i. Selling; ut .Great Bargains. I . ,. '., , JtAIN 4c. SOS, , junelj . . Nos 33 and 30 South High Street. ' ' Of the most approVeot makes, for' ;' ...i-i.i ' ti il'.ii- CLOAKS, 8ACQUES, &c, f ,.i ; .-New Soiling under i '; ' r. - ' r. 7' '. ..' 7: BAisr icsoy. JunqiS ' Tfos.SSand 29 Sbuth Higb Street. ," .SUMMIJR SHAWLS, no -1 . SEliliICJ TEIXY LOW. junol? ' .-, If 09.' S3 and 29 South High Street. NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK : ! ; Of Columbus, ou t 1 , UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY -I'n l.l ; m: 11 FimCIAL AGEAL ' Subscriptions received fbr all UN1TED'ST4TF9 RfiNnS. i Qovernmait Securities of-alT' Kinds .' it y .i BEST 7 no 1 Witt. G. DESUI.ER, ?teU ,', C. Of Hor, CMliir ' i .! ,. ' : .M.ne.Jwltn.na 4 wwnvwvw a a ym t m - Q (-i'T-v-vT T""'r i ' ' [From The New York Herald, June 19.] Reconstructing the Union—Great Success of President Johnson's Plan. 1 The.vrork of rocou'truiition is proceed In with ext'raord.iij((ry rapidity, 'J'licijrij cltuimtioim ol' I'j y?idgjut JHn.-.tui, whli'li ivu jmblUliwI y('$tui'Jny.,iuinuunuc the ai6int niunui of rrovif.i(uial Govcniors! l'ojj'two more of tltti Bcidctl States. The lion. Jus. Johnson Is to bethis nt'wUovuriiorof'UL'or kla, dud the lion. Andrew .f, IIat11ilu.11 of Texna. Iq Uii!m'.piioiuliiii'iit.-;'it.s in those of North CiuoiiintN and 'HUsisjijij)!, tlie rrcalflcnt bnsclttt'tc'il. luyatS(uthi:ru iite'ti ji) )t!lerwM! to .irtiii'j-i) politlcitnii; and his own intiinutu iiciiuiiit:ini,'C with tho wishes of tho Soiitl)orn7l" oplt.'. the t-tntid-InKund opinions of n'prienutive utlt crnera and . tho. best mt'iitis to analst niid Ntroniftheii thi) 'Viiltu.,iieiiliiufUt of the' outli, JUjis oimiiiuU; i:i--.clt'ut Joiiiison p pjitih oil; '.liis iplaii of rei'onstruf'tiou very rtpldly, and. very ijiii:eesIully, Kleven Southern ritntcs seceded fvom the Union.., Two others Kentucky, and Mis souri wero claimed by the Mcucsrilonist.-',' but never lost tln-ir loyal xovernineuts. ' Of these, eloven. geeetled Stiite Tennessee, Ar kansas and Louisiana were restored to the Union under . the . administration of Jlr. Lincoln, and are now, to all intents and purposes, as loyal its Maryland ami Dela ware, Since tlie ..tn ol May, when ijic rebel General Johnston tiiireiitleied, live more States have beeu brought back. Xortli Carolina, Jllssii-sippi, Georgia and Texas have been supplied with provUiuiial K"V ernors, and Virginia has retained Governor I'ierpor.t. who was elected by the luyal por tion of tlie peojile while tin: rebellion was still in existence. Thus, in tlie short space ot a little more than three weeks, live great States have been rentorcdio loyalty. South Carolina, i'lorida and Alabama yet remain to be treated; but another proclamation, to be issued in a few days, will include them. So before tlie glorious Fourth of July tho United States will be intact, one and iiidl visihle, Nor is ibis remarkably rapid recous,truc tion merely upon paper. It is a real and vital certainty. The Southern people are anxious for it and acquiesce in it. ,So lar from tho abolition ol slavery becouiuig.,p, stumbling hloek in the way of reunion, as many persons natundly expctti.d, tho ma jority of tlie Southerner take emancipation as a mattejf.of eouiv.e. and promise to aid the Government heartily and cordially in the tremendous task ol truiL-dorming tlie negro slaves into American freemen. .There are dillleuliics in regard to this feature of reconstruction, however, which only time and patience, can , remove The appoint ment ot provisional, governor.-, who shall provide, for tint election oi . State ollicers, State Legislatures, and Ilepresentnlhes in Congress, is a plain plan, which. requires only the selection of loyal men to carry out its details to be in every respect successful. But in tlie discrimination between loyal Southerners and rebels, in the, exercise of bis power to punish and to- pardon, in bis care lor the poor whites (lie class Irom which he sprung and In Ms cicaliiig-n w itii the emancipated Macks and their relations to tho State, to their white neiirhhors and to the United Stated Government!, i'resident Johnson will huil need lor the wisest states manship and most, dexterous employment ol the uuthority with which, providence and the will of the people have, endowed him. ; , . Curiously enough, at the very commence ment of his Aduiiuiftratiou, l'residcnt Johnson is deserted by. tlie very uien from wiiom he might, have anticipated sympathy if not assistance. The radical Republicans, who professed to be so devoted to the wel fare of the blacks,, are the most dissatisfied individuals in the country! now that the abolition; of 'slavery has- been achieved. They oppose the appointment of loyal Southerners a l'rovisional Governors, eotir tending that there are no loyal men at the South, anil that Northern Abolitionisu ought to fill thtjso ollices. On tint other liauc; they oppose, , through J ha. I nhuue, the punishment of any rebels,. stating that only slavery and StaUii.jirliUs ought to reap the penalty of treason. Tho ppov whites of the South they utterly Jbtiore. Thev in sist that president Johnson sball proclaim ever negro" a Voter, giving the blacks bal lots before be gives them niiytliing else. Of course the Abolitionists-know that it is impo'ssihlo for him to do this, because the 'suffrage question rests entirely with the States;-but that dots 1 not prevent then) from organizing against the President, un der the leadership - Of a Chief Justice who has already dl9gracHl himself, bisoillceiiml the country bv ext-ra-fudicial decisions. iNor does it prevpnt theui from threatening. through ilr. wcinlcil i'livlllp. to repudiate the natlotlitl debt if hegro sutl'rago bo not granted, or promising (if we accept the .amended Version of bisspepeli) to recognize the tebel debt if negro suflrngn is granted, .Mrj-Weiulelll'liillips, in a published letter, states-Hint wluit he said -at Boston was that wonld advocate the1 repudiation of all rebel debts if the Unlori wore reconstructed on a white basis;' and tho clear inference from this statement Is that be Is prepared to advocate the payment 41 all rebel debts If the Union be reconstructed on a black and white basis.-' Whether he made the' threat re ported or offered the brine here stated, his party i alike inimical lo l'rcsideut' Johnsonv''1'' '- ' .- But tinier tiie.'cireumstfihccs it 1s very clear that tite president has gained riiore thaii be litis lost by the desertion and the antagonism of tho" radical faction.1. The people have pi'ofytfnd distrust of these men, who, as Mr. Stvpheig,, of, Georgia, says in bis' application for' a' pardon, were the; orig inal promoters mid eiiconrnger$ -of se cessldii'j ud ,' w)io now look uprfh ' tho negro, not as , a man, out as, itv.'mere voiiiiK luuciiniu. nuscijtieiiuy, inc. mass jfe, North and South, will rally nroouif President Johnson in InyTneible force, and tpo more he fs assailed by Ihw rfri1?als for not attemptiing the impossible, the'more the jeople will admire bis eminently practical auind, ami the more, they w ill assist him in carrying but bis crhint'nflV practical plans. few silly editorials (11 a: paper lik 27i Tribune, iwhich holds. that it vyou give-a starving uiau a ballot) it .is . equivalent to giving, him. something"' t$ eat, arid few silh" speeches 1'rrmi such ranters as Wendell Phillips,1 who llrs insists upon re pudiating tlie national debvanjVtheu advp cnte8 the reeoirnition of. thc robei dehr enn. not have any weight with a rnaii of Presl-' ,i.,4. v. ..i:is-' ..-.r....i-i ,. . uuuu uuiMauu va.44.ii-, ijiii u 1111 ny as ne. feels the steMy snpujSrc lf. ilitt 'people- np lioldlng aiidjsutal'iitii'g' him.' :as iho deej) waters oC.Vifl odcart sustain tlie, strong and skillfiil'swlmm'cr. We know the people and we uhrjergt-anrj the drift bf public opinion: Tlie Tribune Itself says that we predicted to Louis ' Napoleon the' last revolution ' In France, Irom our observation of, tho tori6of the French press.' And as Ave iVuderstand public opinion wc assure President Johnson that It is with him; that It has confidence In him; that thus far he is right, and that he has only to goithead as he lias begun, to retain tbe nndlVided approbation of the country.', Our: people roeejitly transformed radical meet ing, organized to. dictate tp tho President, into au ovation-In his honor; , I , , j "anVt.'.ia ..nnn ..aJ. tl.f i.Jt'..A,.. tL,. t.ii.1 ..nun, 111.1.11 cti v l'"ron.iG 4ji:i;m.ui., inc. U.tn, .'i 1. t. .1.-1 radicals his blghestpmlso. n i' ur. y i Reconstruction of the Southern States. A 'correspondent ot Thi tinclniintt "(tJi ietce, writing from' Petersburg, VM thus l.ortrays polititial ulhtira in the OJkl D0-1 minion: . , , ';Uuless, tlie Government 'moved, With"'" great cdtitioti, and aeMfth lilulost infinite wisdom, the tvbole ptWitical sytem of the. :: South, ill soon be in : working order, aud,,-, . arrayed-against it. more bitterly than over. , Having lulled in the ' field, these political ' workers are strlving.jw ith their old mallg- nlty not one whit abated, to reinstate them-n: selves for the purpose of continuing the,,, struggle. Everywhere they are pretending .to accept the new order of things' those '' putts nlone which look toward any less re strlotion of rights on account of tlicir hav-i :. lug been active trailors. In this State such , men have, by the votes of those like them- ' .selves, been already elected to oflice. In ' .some places Union men dure not appear ut : : the polls, and the obligation resting upon-,, judges of election tp miministera te,st oafh was publicly and defiantly disregarded; " and these things, niid more of tlm patno ! character, occurred in places which bavwi . long been under Federal rule. , What will f be the complexion of the political bodiesol , the State when elections come to be held In towns which our forces do not control ? 1 Tills kind of political reconstruction is ilk r progress, or win go on. throughout the South the moment the Government rclaxis its power. When the civil power is once re-established, no matter- whether in the , most obnoxious form, it will be very dilllr cius 10 cuaiigo us character in fact, it would not be done without another w ar." Loyal men everywhere are astounded at the precipitate and thoughtlesffhaste which Is manifested by President Johnson in the work of reconstructing the political ma chinery of the Southern States. First. North Carolina is declared ready to move as a political body under tho leadership ot : llolden, a man of acknowledged seces sion ideas, though a bitter opponent of " the rebel Government. Although there 1 are many firm Union men in North Caro lina, more who have manifested a higher : type of heroism than of any other rebel- , lious State, with perhaps the exception of' Tennessee, yet it is a question whether North Carolina has been , snfUcientlv re- . generated to take her place in the brother- t 1 hood of Status. While it is true that a re- spectame minority 01 iier people have re mained loyal, aud would be glad to resume ' her former relations to the Union, there ia a a well-founded fear of tlie trustworthiness of the great mass of her population, which gives rise to many doubts in the minds of true Union men, lest, even with North Car olina, reconstruction has been unwise, be cause prematurely commenced. .. We fear l'residcnt Johnson is too fast. Treason lias not been made odious! Tho worked reconstruction has been commenced 1 beforeany leading traitor has been punished. .. or made to feel that he has been guilty of , any crime against his Government. Lead ing traitors am permitted to be reinstated in authority before tho blood of our slain lias been washed lriHii their hands ; full of. anger and vindietiveness, ready to deal out , . vengeance upon the helpless race who still remain in thefr power. Possibly, North -Carolina may be reorganized and brought '.' back to usefulness iii the Union; but of Mississippi, Georgia am! South Carolina we have not the faintest hope.' They are rebel to the core, foremost In the beginning, and -J manifest no outward signs of repentance at 1 the close of the war. . ,, . , , ,. , ! We had hoped that President Johnson would be fully Impressed with the magni- ' tude of theouestion of reconstruction, and - ftnll au extra, session of Congress, or leave . The matter rest under military covernoicnt ., until tlie voice of the. people could be ' reached through' their' rcpTcserttafiVes. There seems no necessity br hasto in the matter, especially indecent haste. The Deo- , . pie ot the South can go to work, if they re-, , any are oesin.tis 01 oecoming good citizens, as well under a military ruler for thetlmo1" being as under a Provisional Governor. ! Bull they are not prepared, to enjoy., the.. m bless'mgs of a civil Government. Every village and cross-road grocery la filled with' returned, tin repenting rebels, spitting out ' ' malignant venom, made doubly hot by be -ing conquered, and ready at any moment to take tip arms, again for their Infamous cause. A year 6r two of severe military ' rule wise but unrelenting would go far ; townnU preparing them for the enjoyments of civil Government; and reorganization oil ,-, any other plan will in the end prove a fail-; tire. Smulushi Iteiji'tler, June2l. '' " ' ' r ' ' " : LAND SCRIPF0R SALE. 750,OC0, Acres. : rplIK m nsdltiBEK, AOEUTT rOB 1 f x the sale ol the Acrioultutal lolloeeLand Nirjp... Rranted by Act of Cuntrxoas to iho Stale of 1'enrie.vl- ' vaaia. will reneivo naloit bills Inr the wfivloiir any '; ! part of said Scrip Uiitil the twentieth day of June, , l.-iiS.- - ' . ... nl Kack piece of the Srip entiles the holder to tocaf . , 100 acres of any of the pul.l 0 lands of tho United " States, whi.-h tire open to private entry, in aooorU-i ance with U10 Act of Congress of ISbi. , the title is direct fr"ni the United States to tint ('mum in wealth, and the Scrip being- a"igiid in! blank under tlie Hand ami seal ot the .surveyor Uea ; erttl, becomes a sure and safe representative of prop- " ' ert v, and tutv be transferred by mere delivery. The purchaser may locate his Scrip at once, or ' ' hold it without payment of taes i other expetues, for location or stito at any future time. ; i.';.','.,;" FORU)F.B,IDS..,(:.,'.,,,', ;" I will take pieces of Scrip at cents aa acre, on the Conditions advertised. . ... IjSiilJita) Wll'U ixm AKD liSslDENCB IN CI,L. )i , I ;i-ii-y " '0KDmONS...' 'I 's 4T-..iit.t , 1, Bills must be for 160 aqrea or multiples of that , number. :2r The bids are to be marked' on-the envelope i'i: "Jiids for Scrip." . . .. 1 3. The bids aro to be opened m Thursday, Jurri ' 22, lSUTi, at the office of the &iirye.vorUnerai in.Har- . risburu. in tho presence of the Governor, Surveyor " ' Ojoneral, and Auditor OeneraU'J 1 "J. - .'i 1 vi J t jt... One fuurthof the purchasemoney.to.be paid at ., the oflice' f the Surveyor General teh days after notice et' tbe awatki ia deposited ia the fuetoffiee.: aad the balanee uu dolivarji.of tbe Scrip, twenty . day afterwards. ' ' "- tv 6. 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