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VOL. XXXIII.
COLUMBUS. OHIO,1 MONDAY) MORNING. 0aP&$vi86 ,1
'; .1 " NUMBERjl05;trco
f I ,r!v, . ,.,.:.:,, I ;-;,( ,i:-r.v,,..iK
Patronize Home' Institutions and keep you Money in the State.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
1 1
OF COLUMBUS, OHIO.
AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE.
OFJFICE IV TJJVXOJV . BLQCK, HIGH STREET.
I
I' .: Ti: I ' V . .. . .
nsure3 Against Loss or Damage by Fire and Lightning.
" Business Confined to First Class Property Within
the
StateV
Till COMTPANTi UNDER STATE CWVTHOI., CON DI'CTr IT BC8INF.9S ON
the most approved and economical plan, taking ritka only in First Claaa Detached Property. Farm
fluildings. Private Owellii.ga, and Iheir Content, making ileafor than (note insuring M illit, Factjor.iea,
Wooden Knwa. and other property of timilar heiard.i It la the chief aim of the Directirs to do a (ale,
rather than a large business, aa being a aur.r guarantiee to pertnanencrand of greater ultimate aueoesa.
Their rule in to aettlaall losses promptly and fairly,, and in aolicitioK patronage, do 10 with the firm cou
, TietioB that tn. planvadopted by them will make tb. Company permanent and safe to ita policy holders.
4-:
,ij..m
DinEOTonsi
Hon. SAMUEL GALLOWAY, Qolumbua, 0, ,.-,J
J.fcWIS OArfS. fifq.. do.
U. B. ilUUBARl). do. '' '
C. P. L. BUTLER, Merchant. Columbus, 0.
1 J R. HUHBKI.L. !i5cm of Csren. Delaware. 0.
lALEXi UHANLEV, Xenia.O. " ,.. ;.
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' ' O IB" 3BH JC -
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Cf JpaeviS..!.,, XJ, .. ..,;......,,..... .,
WAMUEL OALLOWAT PnMrmwr. ' ;
LEWIHGASM. Vice Fbesidbnt. :. 1 1 i!A
ept4'65-rt6m4wm1
i ALEX. H. HANLET,' OinviiaiI Aokwt. ' . ', ', '
I W, A-UANLKY. Asg'i Oknukal Aomr. ' . ;
1. H. HOHHAH I)f Decretarr.
j&fWtf iff r'T'-'
&m M ssrj i- J.
jiffl 111 V"
r ; COLUMBUS , .
Woolen Manufacturing
r .' i it:, !' t- .
'' ' .1 - .. I II...V -i'.; '
HAKES THIS ITIE.TIIOD TO IN
JL form their fellow oitiioDit that they still
earry cm tli. ".Manufacturing; busin4 anil
inai mej uare un uaiiu a varieiij ui ouiuiuur
and Wtntertioov , inch u i, -.
l'lalu St Vnmcy CuwtlmercK,
itbruUlniH . .. . ; ,
Jean, . .
- ii-j-.ii' MaockiDK Vrn,
Whloh they offer at W nolevale at well at K
ail nnna. i.. a.lit fh l.iniAX
' They tnlicit the patrorageof the communi
ty at large, ami aK tnereoy toe encourage-
nnnt.iif liitinn iniliiitLrir.
" VVUOL koutbt at all timet Or exohangtd
forUoodtatUunpncoii. , ,
r j. p. iifttrcK,
, , Secretary and Treasuror.,
oot7Q-d8m "
DAVE YOU HEARD THE JEWS !
OPFNEp A LARGE AN0 SPtEN-did
HAN
atook of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
, WATCHES & JEWELRY, r
Jj'". ' At tb. New Stiore.
No. 212 North High Street,
' " Whloh lie wni'" ''
.'.II.'
ban the like waterer told In tbitoity. -
" CHARGE MADE FOtt BUOWING GOODS,
''"''"""MAGIO OIL.
' Hollo, ttrangerl tnp a minute, fir,'
M ' bere'ta Kew 8tore, jut drop in lt,tir,
And view with wonderful .urpriee. lir, ,
, , The liooM A tiboei that will meet your eye,
" ' The pile of OoodtVoa fiive not teen, lir, 1 '
tlrelfe yon mitt hedogged green, ir,
v Te thus in hasiegopa-iithedoor. tir,
o0f S.'rank'Iew Boot Shoe Store, tlr.
...I'
Ant
?1UI
'' ' He't totof Root, rare the bett, iir, : ' '-; - i
Jn North or South, or Eat or W eat, sir, . , .
. , 'Tit not made np of 'jSlonoh' trash, tir,
' And he will tell it oheap fcr CASH, tir. , '
Ho oome along, oome on., eome all, tir,
Comerieh. oome poor, great and email tlr.
Come piont folks, aod hardened aianer.eir
And belpalong the new beginner, tir.
ol
. , ,, . H. I HMH,
,, So. J18 North High Street'
aprt-dnm
.TEAS!, TEAS !A
a a'liiti.ii A (!.'
it. " . KVl":tl .) A
rTIIE n .1TTENTIOPI Or. DtA,i3ri8t
J. Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain '
iwgehoie Tuaaftt reaionable rates, k ratpajotfally
directed to our .,i-,i - ..-.i, i;, .limjo! ..i.
a . 4 i IcOMPLETK &WIOMM,t"l!Z
''GREEV BIACH AND NATURAL' LEAF 'TEAS.
. . . i. ! it U - : n 1 ' i " tt I J 11IOH
WTilehire offer in original package, or in- quanti
ties toiuit purchaaera. We feel juetified in aajint;
that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta
tions, and Anile order! are eonntautly eominf in fjor
"Ju9lBuchl Tea W you ent db before,"
.yn'i ;li . i . r (-. -,"'. il n
eonjplalnta rarely ooenr,, Person who, at a matt "
of iaate,- orlrom hygi.nM conaidafatiana, uee Ula
Vtat, titan lad it diiheuU to get a good arUelt. - v;'
Inn .-"' H ' ' ' -) ! . 'J ovt
loliv.V, . .O.UJtl.uaiOICB. ,.,.
S&JEWVO K;;,T:I4S;:,;
.A tliari'iVlini". -. ... ' lT.,i'.i' -Ttl "'. !
cannot be exoelled, and have established reputan
tion for n wbarever w bare old tem; .. ,
u;WTi...t.i. vi i i.iii'i naif. :: uv
OUn NATURAL LEAF$
.( VA JID.l.l'i t ! ' 'I ' '""
are of the purest nd tweetest ohopt, and k.ing
enred in the son are free from the deleteriont ef
fect! produced by eontao'wlMi eopr)ar '
'A Tnll llne of ataple and ranoj Grooerjet aiwayt
band t lewett market priaea, i , JJJ .,N,jt(
BROOKS," STEARNS &" CO. '
r T i'l ( i . . i-1 n . . . 1 '..i.r -. i n It. rt 1 1 i 1-l.nLlue
vim i-0 IX O O 30 XL 0ri i.iwi' 'i
aeaan -. i- (tioroer fflenej . ; , ,n;;
Iiiii ri:!'i lio'l
mi iImi.h m li.ii , : I )" ) ..--:if .j mil
RIQHAD (; ENNTODTT
-i'l '( n iji"r :;- - ai h: ! i, i!:tvr of
. Books,' Periodicals.1 Stationery
"Trf rtoa.'rAKCt' iKTtbtigj'sto.; ,
ill ill l.. J ,.. I -7. .. );.:a- T . . 'I
h No. SO South High Street."
.-ni niia Kext Poor to the Poitofiev:ri.iih im..'i
,hi'rl-).Ij ill Mofi I niljn j,'-i;i.''wi" W I'lH
III .ii.iMc.U' .li in'!
I l".l. ,ltMl :ii!,ll! MIJ
li : AAOUaa Vtr AUtvUtUAWV I
-e-j )..; 'A.xTOl'trS'EYS'1-' '"'z' 1J,;"
COUNSELLORS At,
COLUMBUS, OHlO.t J i i. ' i
Will Attend to all profasalnnal bnsineaa Intnutei)
to them, In tb. Huprem. Uourt, and in franklin and
. ool3-d3m
Ifilliiafp
fVIU Cntarrb. t : .. .
tVlIl'cnro cW In the beid. ' ' i
Will cure an oflensU breath.
. . I .. .ii.. , i,.! -i
-Will cure pain In tbe bead.
Will fcttire ulceration in the low.-
8 Will rentore tbe tente af hearlnK'
,i i . , .
Will reatore the enie of amell.
' WlU'rewlore the aenae of alght.
Will reatore lh Senae of taste.
. , Will reatore the voice.
WHEN CAUSED j JJ Y A CATARRH.
,', StivR an Injury,
At ia now admitted by all informed', causing Irrita
tion and inuammaiton oi tne mucoua mem
"' -' brane.wbll.the.;:. .. I
Liquid Catarrh Bemedy
('lerltlr anrl mdualt. fetnoVeaall unnatartl irwmi-
' tatiene and depoaita, reatoring the diaeaaed ; - j
membrane to ita normal oonampn. ....'.,
".Wit KiT . :' .; .;. .- i-.T (., y it
A alnsrle Jlottle will I tut a month
to be ntied three times a !.
.ii In .wn'H r-xiti i i i.' v .- : '
tCURE- WARE4NTED!
IF DIRECTIONS ARB FOLLOWED.
tW CALL FOB A CIRCULAR DESCRIBING
ALL SYMPTOMS. &J
DR. D. II. SKKIA F, A CO.,
Ji. ."ii ir -.h r .
,o!,..o0l BOPBIETOBB, CbWtiUinolt. , A
li"toty Freeport.IUinoIt., . . ,-((
itv.,lt..r. e.'J. W ....v. ,., :.!.
I 'ri.'lAHK, ClnclanoiV
Wholeeale Agoaifor.VbiOv. ii.,;i v
.nol'nti ;iiof 1 V ! -' ;'i,ihi iti ,,,..,-. .- 1 3
At Be illaColBrabugby-, , i
. J.R.COOKR. JONES A HON. 8.E.SAHUEL.
LEK A CO., and for tale by T, ' . "V J
.-.1l'"l''l ..'. 1 I' .l'l' 'M - E ' I ' .' ' 'l
feM-dAtwenwl
l.'Ul
11 hi' .tii 1 1 . ii t
.V
P,' A: SELLS & CO:, ' :
oil i:
I n v tn i7 J-.lio'l i
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Commlsaion Merchant.
DEALERS IN
flonr, Bait, Fish, Water Lime and Plaster,
.ir.ixi ..i !-!; ..in ; u
JontbeMt Cenar Town Md Fourth StreetE, '
C0LUMPU$,PHI0.
-in, ()
1 ''' Hii
. tiui nl
.vtaayU64-dtf.
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:l4 V1 "ilt lit
BT. CHARLES HOTEL,
,loi.ii. .iii.ii ntj ii.iiii .1; i....,t k' i.ii?. i.
t; .m rci..i.i.- t CORNER OF..'.r) ,.,n;.ii,in ,,i ,:t
, .Wood 'fend Third
l;!l'".-. ..I."., il'i... ..TJW III Jl .11.11,. 1, j If, ..'. . I.. )
PITTSnURCH. PA:
;1 .'ir,..r
i .".,y...-V.II -1 .'it ...I "'I,' '1
' I I il'ii II. . I .
8BITIIER J&f RIAL, Proprietors.
-mayni6-tf - - J .
v. . HOUSE,
ltttii.eia'jlWABI,Wlr-4l
K Mlg MLI '! t.'OaBDKgl, " . M. B1MMA !
EVERYBODY SHOULD GO AND SEE THE
GREAT BARGAINS
t3ry ooods
I .iu..'-u..ATr- ... '.Ji-.,-!
WAUCHXON'S,
And avail tbemselvea of the rare'opportunity now
o . . eff.red te select from i . '
THE LARGEST,,, NEWEST AND . CHEAPEST
; STOCK OF GOODS IN COLUMBUS AT :
O O S T l.u-.i
IT BBINO HIV INTENTIOX TO Ulake
.a. new improTeuient in tlie'imglitoh build
ing, ith tbe view of adding a New Department
(that of a Carpet and House Furnishing Halna
rooin), to my present bnainesg: tbe ooming Fall, 1
have therefore determined to offer my entire stock
at such prices aa will insure- ita apeadyaale. and
make room for tb. Workmen and Meohantoe. .
THE STORE ISTULL OF GOODS.
And must beoinrrtled by August 1st, in ooaaequence
of the above improvement.
!; r-.'. '. kvRSmenibertbi It " '- ".
I NO ' OIiD stoob:.
Bought at the high prioee ruling I few montbt ago
nut everything
Rw. , Cheap arid Seasonable,
SELLING AT A SACRIFICE I
CALL EARLY AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES,
I The ' Stock is comDlete in evert f)etartmeht.
whioh fact alone it a great advantage to purohasera
at auoh a time aa this, when ecarcely a store oan be
found with even a moderate assortment of Uooda.
Country Merchant., I'edillera and Dealers gener
ally, should tahe advantage of till, opportunity to
tort uptneir Btocxa at lest tnan taiern prices.
. JAIVlEt- NAIIOHTON,
118 and 122 South lllsjli rot,
OOLUilUUSi OHIO.
1 N. B. Our New Ca pet and House Furnishing
Salesroom (to make wbioh improvements 1 am bow
selling olf the present stook), will lie yponcd about
September 1st, 1865. Flease bear this in mind and
give me a oall. iunel9-dtr
LE WIS & COX,
JOSXPrl J. LEWI8, CHARLTON T. LEWIS, 8. 8. COZ,
: COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 132. BROADWAY: F03T0FFICE BOX 5660,
j NEW YORK CITY,
A TTF.ND TO ILL BUSINESS IN
V the Uourtt of th. United States, and in the
Departme ts at Washington. rpecial attention
given to Internal Revenue business, and to clnims
against foreign Uoverntnenta, as well as our own.
i The soninr Dartner. Judia-LKWis. late Uoinmis
.tinner of Internal Revenue, and Charlton T.
; Lkwir, formerly Deputy Commissioner, will bring
to that department ol business a thorough acquaint
ance villi theltevenu. Laws and Decisions.' .
Mr. Cox'r connection with the eommittee of
Foreign Affaire in Congress, for many years, insures
a thorough knowledge of legislation and business at
Washington. - -
, au.-dAwtf.
Auction and Commission Room
rplIE DHDFJB9IGNED HAVE OPENED
A an Auotioa ana Commission Room at .
' No. 141 East Town Street,
where they are prepared to do a general Auction
, and Commission business.
I Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended
to. either in city or Country.
Household Furni.'ure sold every market morning
at the rooiB.comracBcingat 7 o'clock. '
: Alto, Furniture reoairci and varnished, on tot
. tnortest notice and most reasonable terms.
i TURNKY A SIMON.
j mehl-tf No. 144 East Town Street
TEXAS LAW AND LAND
JL . - ,
. v.' , ';C 'A.. Or BN O "V, .
rr
i A. B. NORTON,
-i Attorney-at-Law, -A
TTavlnr offices at AUSTIN. TYLER and WOOD
V1LI.K. withcomp.tent associates, will transnot a
genral COLLECTION ,ANU AGkNOV BUal
S EriS throughout Texas'. Those having landa or
clnims requiring pro op attention
in
v eaerai or
' State Courts. or otherwise, can address him at East-
i em or W oatern oUicet. tepte ra
Economy and i!eallli
The ' American '. Dry Hop Yeast
TVu Awarded the First Premium
tat the ijhlo S.nte Fair. -.
T71VEHV FAiniE-V SIIOCJEp USE THIS
JJJ tuperior Veasl.; JUt pnrely vegetable, oon'
duorve to health, and makes delicious bread, better
than any other artiole now in use. It it convenient
to have on hand. andootM lata than any other Yeast
In the country. It cannot be equaled in raising
bread, oake, buokwheat, eto. Ask fuitbeAiBarioan
Vn Hop Veaauand tako no other, l i i. .. 'J
Vnw h. llr.tf.Ar. trnnnrallv.
generally. (
i., T,tts 't l.mj .III
' U.n.,r.t.,..p. I!l,.mk. Ohio
Ord.rl from ith trade, by mail or express promptly
attended to. aeptl8-d3in
. HQCKIFJC COAL.
"1
TT7E AUG NOW READY TO
FUR-
itkt. Superior Artiole of ,1"
Xool3LlrLS Coal
In any quantity, delivered to an part of the elty
or4n itailloadeart. w -v - . ; . tj
OfBoeaod.Tard between Long and Spring Sta
N o. 135 North High Street.
Ordera respoctully solicited and promptly filled.'
VAN DEUSEN Ac DEIHING.
NOTICE.
Jo Holderaof tbe Notes of Pick-
,,,,,,,, away Uount?f, i5anK.
IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE f ORT
FIRST aectioti of the Aet paased March list,
1861. to authorise Free Banking in Ohio, the 1'iok-
I away County Hank, Ciroleville. Ohio, gitae notic
Bank- will be rede.meil bv the First National Bank,
Cirolevill., Ohio. -Holdera of laid notat e. te
quested to present them for redemption within fix
monthtfromtbUdato, ... q jjaLLARD, Jr., '
Ciroleville. 0. Feb. 9, IBM; Cashiw. ''
meli9'o-wmo
rtiaatjriaa SlIllaUnainaT IlILfM III imu LllMl U MIU
NOTICE. ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE 19 IIERERV GIVEN THAT
a petition will be presented to tbe Commission
era of Fianklin eounty at their next Dtoombcr aes
tlen,ola; out aud establish eoouuty read in Frant
Hn aown.hlp.oommonciua oii tbe Amity road at er
near the corner of the old furm of 1 hmnaa Deema,
and running touth on the line betweon the lands of
ThomaaJnVt and Willlahi Wiln U th. Columj
buaand Xenla railroad; thenee toach on the DuA
between the lands of Fippin, William Wilson, and
AA:hitteaden A td Wilden.tqthe louthwejt oorner
of William WiTson'a farm; thence Uith National
road on the line between the landt of Robert Riqrf
dan and tfffifyffi6asfa
i Sept. 81, 1865octl8-4ww
"" m ' p1 , - . - ' - - - f J
For tgg,lo. ,
A TWO) STORY' IlOUBijri BRICK
House anil double Cellar, just finished, eon-
Uinlng RoottUuW.n the Johnetoim, Road"
near Keil'e Avenue. Will oeauiq opeap. r or par-
tioulan. inqairaol RICHARD NE V II
NHiOr,
ujyat-dU J. nun Ana
tMlAIM
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or
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the ohio sTatesuah:
, la Politics, Tub Ohio St ATisMAKli '
For the Country, for the Con
i stitution, and foTf the.'.
, Unlon of f (full
f -". .States, v ' .:
With equal privilegot, and with equal and oxaet
I ' . justice to all ltt eitixent. l-
IVti tare for the Old Flax, with not
- a Stiar or Stripe Erard, and
tor the Old Union. .,
I i.i ; . ,.
- far at it It peasible to reatore It, and for the
existing constitution;
In ita spirit, letter,' and purpose, -
Upon tbe Coming Events of tbe Year,
Kest the Hopes ol the r eople
A " and Government. ' -:
Wo Owo it to tlio Memory
of our Father:, to tlie
Hopes of our Children,
: to the Future of our '. I ,
Country,
MD TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF MANKIND,
to urge our rutora to' pursue a Po icy that shall in
aure the earliest Re iteration poaal le. '
THE STATESMAN
will, do all it can to aid in bringing about early Re
storation; and hence, the Publishers invito support
and encouragement from all thoaa wa while
wiahiug for a
' ..: . ,
GOOD NEWSPAPER,
tUo wish to bavi a
SOLID COmiTUTMAL JOURNAL
ft'epobllaha paper in whloh wo aeek to giro the
TRUTH.
Our Commercial Reports,.
Our Markets,
- Our Political and
Ceneral News
' - . ..--: : -r.TT- :'':r.;i:
are carefully freed from the tentatlonal character
tad we aeek to make Thb STATlfaMAM .
Trustworthy in Every . Particular.
La..-'. . . . v.i .. ; v.- fc,- ,L ' . ' '
For Ffe-w. for Inaj traction, for Good
nornlti, for Sound Political j
Sentlmentu, for a Steady 1 "'
.. 1 J. . lelpnse of American '''
' 1 ' InajtltatlonmTake, . .'
Bead and help . . ',' ,
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THE OHIO STATESMAN."'
THB..
Weekly Ohio Statesman
Kii'li. n-i!-' "ii ih'm i ii j!, i!n,"'M if)
la one of th. largest, cheapest, and beat printed
papers In the West . Kaoh number contain, eom
plete raawtM of all th. " "
o il not ft I ; v.: !' i . . ' ' : r ,.: - '.'
MILITARY & POLITIOAI, NEWS
.I'ljii'i ." Vi:w
I'l-Vl lift '. ' I .' 7 ... . - I
of th. week; th. lateat Telegraphie and Market
Rei orta ; a carefully prepared collection of - 1 1
Xilter Axrjr n.e.dxi.o;
r. li ! . i'i L V- '
for th. home and family aa abundanoe of 1 ar
aiffaDha upon every topic of interest or import-
taoo. i.lTUff wide oiroulallon already obtained by
(bit paper, it an evtdenoe oi lu popularity, ana oi
ita being adapted to the want of the people.
' TBIlMai :-;T. ;-; j
THg D1ILT BTATXSMAir.
ir tnonths
, i uiree monina. ...,,,.......--..,,
OalWerei by carrier, per week
TBS TU-WttKLT STATMMAjr.
.ID
.JO ota
One oopy; one year . . t ...... . ii. ...-- t. ,
.It BO
; THX WKKKLT ATATK6MAM,. .
One oopy, three monthajfor, . . f ..........
M eta.
. $1 00
, SOO
1 10 M
' SOOe
lOOM
" . tlx monins, lor ...i.
. , . , one yaw,for...;r ..v.
arm ,.. tl to whoever will send 8 oopies with
(il SO to whoever will aena iu oopiea witn
8 00 to whoever Will send SO oopiea with
26,00 to whoever will tendso ooploa with
' ' OR. WILL 6EKD AB FOLLOWS !
i ,o-i . 7 i , ..: 'I '..I 1,- .,1 , . .
loopy. three montha, for...
' .. aijt montha, for.
50 eto
gi oo
v-'vf':::::::::::";;:::::;: -iz
5 oopiea,
10 "
-..,..... 170
- M 81 00
; f ' .'...:..-.. tso
10
so
BubaoTlbera'' namet will bwHtUn tipoa Club
MU6r8 M Wvll uyvu UbUMlff SVaHV-UAllAa augwtj tm
aonelaTary few other offlce... " j"'i r.
mr The money muat aceompanr all orden.- "
Orders and letter, tauum o. aoreaaea w ,
SLEEPY DAVID;
SLEEPY DAVID; Or the Tin Peddler's Ruse.
The followino; story, extracted from tha
workr ".A, Xitokee adiojiz the NuJlillere,".
purports to be told bt a tlonth' Carol ininn:
The Yankees, aa I said before, are apt
to Hh too cute for us la. every thing but
horse fleh, and even sometimes In that. It
wan this day, three years Rtfo, on tins spot,
that I entered my horse "Southern," for a
-I .1 J 1 1 1. nl.n.f
Uaroiirta.' ' mere ' were, k oa-Bura iwu
other horses, and ilne ones too, entered
against bim, but they were no touch to
SSoythern," and I was as sure of wlunlrrjras
I am of sitting here this iilomentrwheni
who should come along but a Yankee with
a tin cart! lie had. the .shabbiest, worst
looking horse I ever put my eyes on. He
was a. lean, slab-sided, crooked-legged
critter'' ts evef went on four legs. He
stood all the time as if he -was aslwp An
fact his owner called him "Sleepy David."
In short, sir, he was such a horse as would
not have brought twenty fcllars. i "v
t was near the. hour of starting, when
the peddler, whose exterior corresponded
marvelously with that of his horse, and
who said, his name was Zadock Berber, -to
the astonish incut ot all, intimated k wish
to enter his horse with the rest.
"Your horse 1" exclaimed I -what, that
sleepy looking devil there? You'd better
entered him for the turkey-buzzards."
lXot as you knows on, Mister," resumed
the Yankee, with some show of spirit. To
be sure .the critter is rather sleepy as lie
stands, and on that account I call him
'Sleepy Duvld,' but lie's a jo-tired smart
iioss ior an mac. lie's nice a siugea cat, a
ilarned sight better nor he looks. I should
like tarnation well to try lilin against some
ot your South Carolina horses. To be sure
I don't come -All the way from home for
that purpose; 1ut.8s I was coming out this
way on a load of tin and other notions I
thought 1 might tiuie it to kill two birds
witn one stone, lor, thinks 1 to my sell, it i
can win the purse and peddle off the no
tions, at the same time, I Bhall make a
plaguy good spec But I had to hurry on
like the nation to get here in time, and
that's one reason why my hoss looks ro
shabby and out of tlx this morning. But
for all that, he'll perform a days work 1
tell you." - "
Supposing he had no idea of running his
horse, and that all lie said was merely' to
gratify his propensity lor talking, I bade
him begone, and not trouble mc with his
lajikee palaver. - i- x - 1
"Why, Mister, this is a free country, and
a man lias a riirlit to talk or let it alone.
jlst as he can, aflbroV." Now, I've taken a
great dual of pains to git here this morning
in order to run "Sleepy David'' against
some Of your Southern hosses. 1 ain't
joking, sir; I'm in airnest. I Understand
there Is a purse of two thousand dollars,
and 1 should like amazing to pick It up."
"You talk ot picking up two thousand
dollars with that bit of enriou of yours!
Away with, you, and don't trouble me any
more."
"Well, If I can't rnny I suppose I can't;
but it's darned hard anyhow for a man to
take so much pains as ITmye to come up to
the races, ami then can't run after all." -v
"It's too late now ; by the rules of the
course, the horse should have been entered
yesterday : however, u you'll plank theen
trance money, perhaps you may get In yet."
1 said tins oy way- ot getting rtu oi tne
fellow, having no Idea he could command a
fourth part ot the sum required.
1 ''How much might the entrance money
be ?M drawing out a -purse containing a few
shillings in silver and a few pence in cop
per "If 'lain't more nor a quarter dollar
... ! . - . i lit, . . .
orso, iu pi mi K it on tne nan.-, ,
"It Is two hundred dollars.'! ' . "' .'' ' .
"Two hundred!" exclaimed the Yankee.
"By gauley, what a price ! Why they axed
me only twenty-fivo cents to see the hull
caravan" In New York. Two hundred dol
lars! Why, you must be joking now bless
me! my hull load of tinware, hoss, wagon
and all wouUb not fetch that. But, Mister,
dou't you think I could get in ior ten dol
lars?" "Nothing short of two hundred dollars,
and that must be paid in five minutes."
We uow thought we had got rid of the
fellow, but he returned to the charge, and
asked If liny dollars would not do, then
seventy, then a hundred, and linding he
could not make a bargain for less than the
regular sura, he engaged to give It provided
he uould Und any one to loan It to him, for
which1 he would pawn his wagon-load of
notions and "bleepy David" to Doot. He
asked ono and then another to accommodate
him with a loan declaring if he ever took
the purse, the money should be returned,and
he would give a dozen tin whistles Into the
bargain.., h Ho, however got more curses
.'than coppers,' until some wag, who bad
'plenty of money, and liked to see the sport
go on, lent him the two hundred dollars out
nf nil per malice. Thouirh it afterwards
tflfnedittthat th"e. Yankee had plenty of
money auuut miu uuu vrua uivivi flaying
the possum all the while.
! Ills next object was to borrow a saddle.,
In this he was also accommodated; and
taking "Sleepy David" from the tin cart, he
scrambled unon his back and took his sta-
itlon on the conrsjj. :Xu evjer saw a fellow
sit on a horse so awkwardly In your life.
Every one said he would fall off before he
had gone a nunarea yaras sda some, out ol
compassion, urged hlm to withdraw.'. " ''
"Not by a darned sighk,".; exclajmed he.
"Do you think I'm a darned fool as to pay
two' "hundred dollars and then withdraw
andnotrun afjeralir . ' "
Others who i wanted, to see the sport,
thought it would cost some broken bones,
; but encouraged him to proceed, saying, as
they laughed aloud, They bad no doubt he
! would carrv off the Durse.
' "That's-what I mean to-dor"saJd he, i'l
afc'taeme her for nothing, 1 an tell y om
Wake up, 'Sleepy David,' and look about
I you ; you must bavt youceyesvpen to-day;
1 it's no time to be snoosin) when there is
; money at 6take." '" , -i
The borsov as tt he understood what his
'master was saying, pricked up his ears a,nd,
, actually Deganto snow Htjjus oi uia.,. , , ,
' The signal was given to start. Away
sprang "Southern',' with the speed of light
ning, and leaving ''Sleepy David" far in the
rear, the peddler verging from one side to
the other, as If he were just ready to
ff. vfJ.anM ...i. . . I ... i
"But they improved as they proceeded j
i the peddler sat more Jockey-like, and his
horse evidently gained upon the others. It
was noW thought the Yankee had.enousrh
of the race, and would withdraw beiore the
heat.. Contrary to. alt expectation, however,
he persevered, and offered one. thousand
dollars on the issue of the race.' -
i ' "The fellow's a fool," said oneV ' ' !; : '!' ;
i t'Ue don't knqw which side of bU bread
is buttered, r else he wouldn't bed any
! money onao desperate a stake." - j1' " ,
i "He's safe.enough there," said k third,,
"for he has no more to risk." .in i v . ,
i ' Here, howeypr, all were mistaken again,
ifpr the pdddler hauled out a greasy old
pocket-book, and planked the thousand
j dollar, j It covered, of course. But I
ofcufess I now began to be staggered, and to
IsusrjecV.tJi Yaukee'wasi lter,aU, more,
.T-rr. ,.:
rogue than fool.
Tt,. V . WI, -
x iiou mij it;ni i, iiy weyer,
for (Jin nurse. "Southern" was not ahnm
to be distanced bv such a miserable animal
as "Shjupy David."' ',' ; ' . , '
i rieecona nest was nowcoramenceo, ana
If Ilmd filt entire confidence in the noble'
"8outiii-rn,n that contjdnce Was strength
ened asl again saw I) tin coining In ahead of
tbe rest, f considered the purse as now my
own property. ' In imagination1 I" harl '
, and was about mitt Inor ltsnfelv
in my pocket, whin, lot and behold! the
fieddler's horse sliot wward as Jf the Devfl
i ad kicked hlm, agd stretching1 his neck
like a crane, won the heat by a head. '
jvcryDody was astonished. ' ' '
"That horse must be the Devil himself."
said one. - ' '.' ' ' ' !
said another. , , ' i. ).,-. m
"IwasBure Be would filay some cflWed
Yankee trick before he pot through," "said'
athlrd. ' . ' ''
Such ' were the observations that ' tasscd
frominouth tQ mouth.' ' ' ,J"
Ihe l anUce, in the meantime, onered to
take another thousand dollar bet', but no
body lclt dlsnosed to bet with hirri. and it'
was well they didn't, for at the third heat:,!
"ieepy wavm", not oniy aistancea every
horse, but even came In a lull quarter of a
mile ahead of "Southern" hlmsi-lt.
""There, by gauley,?' said the Yankee as he
dismounted, "I'll take that ere little purse
If you please, and the other cool thousand,
tew! I knotvd Well enough that your
Southern ho9scs couldn't hold a candle tew
"Sleepy David!" '.'
Legal Notice.
Samnel V. JIcElvain, pl'tff.V - i In the ;
i.i .'a .v.. J Court of Commoo ,
Charles 3. peahl.r, Phcc"je. 1'leas,
King, Saiah King, Oieen-j Franklin County,'
wood King, det'ta. 'n J . Ohio, j
PilKKIIK KH, 8 A It All KING AND
ii Greenwood kin?, in the State of lllinoia, will
lakeniitii-o that Samuel I'. McKlv.in.of thocunntv
of Franklin, inte Stiteof Ohio, did, on the IBth
day of October, A. I). ltVS. file his petition in tbe '
Court of Com iron fleas, within and tor saidoonnty
nl Franklin and Stale of Ohio, aitainat 1m taid
CharlobU. De hlir. I'bccbe Kir, if, .Sarah King and
Ureenwoil King, defendants, sottini forth that on
the 17th day of June, A. II. Samuel furaona
roeovere.l a iungroent againat Matthew King and
'liarle. li. Dosliler in ihe Court of Couimun 1'ieaa
in and lor said oountv if Franklin. Obin.furlhe sum
of $4'M.4( and eosta. That said jndirment
has been auiijnixl tn plaintiff McBlvain; that the
tame, beciine, at the timo it wae obtained, and is
now, a valid and suiisiating lien upon the following .
described pioiuian, of which thotnirl .Matthew King '
diei Buied, to-wit: Koing in Franklin eountr,
Ohio, being that part of iu-lot number aiaty-eight
conveyed by deed of quit claim to Kliiabelh Strain,.
hyPoter re Is and Sally Sells, dated April 15th, -lu'll,
in ther-ity of Colunihns.and be ng iili that part
of- in-lot num erixty eiaht heginninx at the north '
boumlarv ol raid lot on Rich street,. actly five feet
westuf the northwostcorner of the house occupied
on f aid lot by tlie aaid Klitahetli; thenee touth, by a
line drawn parallel to tho west boundary line thereof;
thence ent along aaid ninth boundary line to tbe line
of thoheiraof Fredorick Rittor;thencewith theirline
north to Rich street: thonce we-t along Kich street
to the point of beginning, and heingthe name prem
ises convey, d bv aaid Elizabntii to Matthew King,
bydcoddiited July 15th. IMU; that said judgment
was obtained for part of tho pun-ha-e money doe for
said premises; that the aaid Matthew h ing has tinea
deceased, leaving the said Pi rcnehia widow, and tb.
aaid (jrevnwntid and aid Sarah his heir.i at law, and
praying that said premises uiav be eld to pav raid
judgment and othorUcna, and the said Pi ceheKlng. '
rtarah King and Groenwoed King are m titled that
tbeyare require i to appear and answer th.raidpe- j
titiun onorofora thoSth day of Ileoemlicr, A. D.
lf).r, or said politiim will be taken as true, and a de
oree entered aeeerdinatlv.. "i
,' AM LI' v' McELVAlN. .
,.r .
W.W. Kksr, Atfy for plaintiff. , ,
octi!7-diwiJw
For Scale.
ITIV FAR TO OF ONE HI'NDRED
aores ill Mifllin townahio. Fnuiklia ennntv..
ova in i lei f.aatot Coluinbas.on tne Uabenna rna
and Ohio Central railroail. The land la of a deep
black soil, seventy acres aro under high cultivation,'
woll drained: the rest in heavy timber, mostly beach
and hickory all under good fence. .
There is on tho promises a neat Cottage of five
moms, with front and back porch and cellar, and'
one log home of two room.'; a largo barn and stable
for aix horses and eight cows; a new amoke house,
hennery and corn oriba; also, four cood wolla and
oieoistern. The orchard oonsista of one hundred
and twenty-five of the holcest kinda of bearing
fruit trees.
If desired, the present crop, live ttock and farm
ing utensils will he sold a'.an.
Terms easy. Possession given Immediately. ' '
II. Three hnndred and twenty acroa of rich
prairie land, forty under cultivation and fonee, with
a good frame hons. on it, in Delaware oounty. three
miles east of Dolbi, Iowa, on the DuboquoA 1'aoifio.
railroad
For particulars, inquire on the rremle, or by
letter. . A. H. 1'OTKN.
Mifflin townehip, Columbua 1'. 0., Box 395,
ooUO-deod!iw
BEEM & SWAYZE,
Merchant Tailors,
AlVI) DF.ALr.lt8 lit READVmiAIB
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, No..
164 South High street, nppoalte U. S. Hotel. We
keep a well aeleuted stock of Good, both foreign
and domestic Give us a call, ani we will do thee
good. . DEEM A SWAIZU,
sept30-tf . ;..,....-..,!. , .,
ZETTLER HOUSE, -
(X. E. Corner of Fourth aod Friend
' ' Columbus, Ohio.' ' T
J. C. TOLL & gOff.
HAVING RFCFNTLYASSPITIEDTHE
management of thlt large and : commodious'
Hotel, we have newly refitted it with reference to th.
convenience and comfort of guest. In soliciting a,
goodly share of the patronage Of the travoling public,
we aare our frienda that we aball use every effort to
please. - J. (J. TOLL, A SON.
junolT '85-dly . . .. . . ,
- '; ' ' ' .... . ., -I ' : -1 .
Qidaijd young SiioulU u?r;
STERLING'S V .
: - 1 The . Hair.
.uivi.., ; '.I -'.'A
' It ' prevents of. ttops the' Hair1
from falling; Cldanaeu, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Boft'and
GloflBy, and r tho , Qea4 Ae from
Dandruff.' !"
,4 It is tho besTrulr-'DressHf'knd 5
Pf eervativei' the Wfjrld.",( J, ;y '
' ' STERLIPfGs AMBROSlA"J ,
Man UFACTiJRiNG Comi'y,"
II
SOLE :noPRIETQR$;.S7iijO
NEW'
- ji.-.
YORK''
InneW-dAwSm 1 s ' -;
' John Mcelroy & son,
i A
:ur V-r't!:: ., IEIAWAnii'OUIO"i
J 1 '' Manufacturerg of alldeacrlbtionior'''1' "''
1 .':.. ...i'.1 .i.i .cj It : ,m 1 ""I
FARM AND- BPRINQ-1 WAGONS
i i ' ; ..Ui. ' -. . : . i: . . i, i i. .
at th. loweet price.. Persona deiirout of purohating
will do wei to call at tho repotitory of
E. & II. IT. BOOTII.1
Corner of Gaj and Third ttreU. ColambM, Ohio
Aft6tt for th abort. Alt ofdan arompUjr attaidod
57th General Assembly of Ohio.
SENATE.
co'nrrres,
!!.)
. In llayjlon,..
' ''.. ::i I IVf: M. Hatiman.. i.I-i
8d-artan and Buller ,fi. (1. McrarlamL .,,,
Sd-ilnnUtoinerand l'reble..'A.' I,. Harria.Vf "ofl
4th llnsain and t)lormon....A Ti.'(1"'"lf.i',
th Green, . Cintn, eo A. W, l)oan ,
th Rosa and Highland .rlilaa friotii l'
Ttii--Adaina, Bciirtn. eto..r.i.Jnhn T-. Wilant.J,,
Sth Lawrence, Gallia, etc Inscph riralliiry.
th Karfieid, Athene, eto..l.''. Jtetd OolftM.h il In
H'li Franklin and Fiokaway.l. T, Walling, .. ..
lllh Champaign, r.larke, ete.Tolahd June..- '""
)1tti-il)arko, Miami, etc....... John K. Cummin, i ,,
Uth l,ogan, Marion, ete P. II. Cole, 1
Hth-iWaHfainiton.Morgan.eva.Hantl S. Knnw'eai. .iil
lith Muskingum end Terry. ,l)anltlB. Un. -'
Mlh-Lickiug and 1-Iaware.. Willard Warner. 'r"
lSttt f!osboMm ATntoarawa.n(ve ur. . 1 .t'liiofl
16th Monro, and Guernsey,,. koitr AatW L
SUth-llarriBon and Uelijiout...lIenry Wei-t. '' " "'
Slut -nitirkaad :arroll....i j.Henry 8i ilsrOb.K
Hil-1 Jefferaon A Columhiana..J. T.irook. . ,. . .
2SI-Malionihg A TrumbuU...(!eo. J. Bniwrii ' '. i
Mth Ashtaiiala, Laka, eto.,,. Abnet K HloKg.' ,
asth t.uvahoga Samuel Will amsoh.
ssrti Portage aod rnammit.'..Kavall B.Ttbbaeiil 1t
W ib M adiua aod Loiaiu. .,L. U. Orirwold, :
'iUth-Rlchlano and Ashland.. Jftmuef Ai)""1'" Z
3t)UmHuwn,i;rie.eUi.r-......Kv B KaiilorJ :r. lV.
.Ilstc-Se.eca, Crawford, etc ..Curat Herry. Jr. 1
-wiiiiA ffi&zz!""
; Republicans..... IS .
Dtinuorata , 1 "''J
ReFUblicana in Roman ; DomoerdW inJ atld,.". ! '
J'hoae marked that , were ineinbera pi the Jaat.
Legislature. "" " "-J
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
OOVKTIKg. , ,f j ,( RKrHBHggTATIVBS. ,(
Adams...., Jlenry Ii. Phillfpa.'
Al'en.. '. ..- 'X.Jom44.l
Aajilaiid.. ...,..,.,,.i.tWiUUm lancUl. .
Ashtabula .? S. a . iVorthaar
Athene., a';
,.; .,Wi. v. Jonnan.(f
.....i..'.,.,..,..?o4r' A" Oorden. .
IfToulson Davenport. '
Auglaiie..v
Uelmunt
Brown
Butler.......'.',...
Carroll
Chauinaign...:..
Clarke,
Clermont........
John tfati-n j rf
, A jr. ffte,
CkritnphtT UmhU. t
f jA7i U iMton. :
....Wm. Deford.."
T. Mesiorran, i
.. .a. ...t Henry C.Hnusion.
' ' Shram T'etiar. "
".'".'"."'rV.' loAaf-runeA,
Clinton
Jusi-e n . oten. "
Columbian. .:.:....:.::..:.:.; )3;r7- ,
Coshocton ,...JtncA IK. 7'WiAW.''
Draw lord Thomaa titer.
, , . i, l). A. Uangler.
H. Lockwoodi"
- . 1 ' - A1. F. Gallup. . H
Cuyahoga .... .
Parke ,
jfeiuware
Krie
Fairfield..
Fayette. ...A';,
franklin...:..
Fulton ........
Gallia
Geaura
Greene
Udcrmey
. ..OWI1M" I'lJOIB, .
.A. T. Hilonx,
,.. I JnninTtii.
.....Mills "erdn.r.1
I 'din 0. Hililf.' .,
John B Mirtkn1i;
...V.. Mamera.
...J.H. M. Montgomery.
Peter lliiohoek.t
...........K. F. Howard,,,
.' John T. Clark ?
- - f Henry kaaaltrj , 1
I Wm. SUnton.
i W.l Kiaen,'' '
I ,lm. M.Gorhras,
, GirtavTafel,
- I M.P.Gaddia, u
, I F. Jl. (Jberkiine, .
I T. L. Yount. '
I Geo. K. Wright, ,
Uaac Cunac.
-. . . Solomon K ran w. I
Ingram Clark,
1). M Harretl.
Wm. S.DrenlirteA.-.t
, lAiu.XcM,imn. .
....Frairtcfawrwr."
.J.iJainrt Tripp.?,,
,.:,.Sam I C. Kerr.
H. II, Manning.
Jtiismll Haalinaa. ,
Thos. X . Davey
1,oaaa . Put,.
...Don Piatt-
W,, W. Koyntoo.-,
J . A. I 'base,
.....p. ....It. M. Hanaon:o
Joseph ii'tiff,
.......John Rmtnerant.
....j.ij. Hiram Brvnsoa.r
Tnos. A. Welch,
J.A.&UUfA
;-".T.-.-.W. 1) Alexander.
Huaiilton.... p
Hancock
lliinlin.
Jlarriiuin..uM.. i
Highland.
Hooking.
Iloliiiea,.,...
Harm.;.;;-.:
Jackson..
Jefferson.
Knox..
Lake
Lawrence..
Licking.
I.rxran....
Iiiirain
I.UCH" ,
Miul inon. ; . i
.Mahoning ,
Marion.....'.'.'..'
Medina. ...ih,J.. '.... .-
Meiea '.
Mercer and Van Wert....
Miami
llonroe v....i
JBiei UtadUy.
I Mr. Lor 4.
.......... jhii Kurnaa.
Thoa. J, Wtlliama.J
John H. Rhodes.
k. W. Shipley
j Perry, Wil
'.......Charlta Hare.
.11. 1.. Wood.!
A Vtmoernt.
..A.L.J'trHU.'
A iMaoeral..,
Wm. Stcdman.
..Philip Lyhrook.1
S. M. littler r
.... n ...... 'A9. W. BlOOfr,
. AA JkwuMrat.l
..... ...... Prmoe-at,
Vina-. Part t. a
.....KluakGlnver,
.X. itMKti
jE. F. Schneider.
(Humphrey Intover1
John KnoeM.r
........Austin I). Kihhee..
Mootgomory.
Morgan..
Morrow
Muskingum ...............
Nnhle
Ottawa and Wood,
1'erry ,
llckaway.-
Fike
Forts ge..-.
Preble
Putnam and Henry........
Richland.....
Rota
Snadusky...
Scioto
Soneca
S.h.lby
Stark .,.
SuTimit
Trurubnll...
Tuscarawaa.
......
..-jann a. a,i
M, C. Lawrence..
L num. ......
Vinlon......
Warren.,.,.
Washington
Wayne
Andrew J, Stcaim.
,...i.;K.J. Ji. Cinilter.i
l
( A I. '...;.
" I A. I, HartinlJ
, John, Ault,,
Williatiai
Wyandot..v.;..... ..5. HWrt.'
Republlcan,j,.1J,'.,j;.-.u....i.v i...;.';.,J m
Oemoorata gj .
T?nilllllrt.W. In T) n,. n. ' 1 ' f- It .,.
... ,,,fi.,n.,, ,.viii.iv'"IS 111 IHHW, ,
Tbole marked wet. niedibers of the latt House. '
On joint ballot, Rcpublioana. ...... ;.
JJouiocrata t
Legal Notice.
WILLIAmi O. STEVEJIS AH JEJII.
Ma Sttvene;ie wife, ef ----OniitiT, Stat,
of Iowa, will, Uke notice that George W. Inghawi.
of Franklin eonuty, 0 ilo, did, on the Uth davbf
October, lS8S,file hi. petitioa in the Court of Cuat-ia
mon rleaa, within and for the County of Franklin,,
in aaid State ef Ohio, araintt tb. aaid William OJ
Stevens and Jemima Sterene, defendants, aettin
Inrth that the aaid William 0. Stevens ana Jemima
Steven, his wife, gave a-mortgage lothoeaid 0rgtf
W . Liabam on M'i acres of land. more or loee. baina .
the west part of lot No. 1 of the sub-di vision ol
un-dmaiimor aee i
tion Au. 4. la tnwnshiD ni- a ami t.nm. Nn. la i,f
aaid oounty of Franklin, State of Ohio, and in Sha-,
run ownsnip,ioaeour Id. paymentnr UST, amtoraVt
ing to a certain qoteieferred te in aaid mortgage, and,
that there is due thereon $U.B3 of interest, with In
terettUiereoa from Jannaxv 1. ISS5. and inariai thai. .
iThe aaid William O.Sbagentand J.mirnateveag,
are notified that they are required to appear and an
awaf laid petition oa- oe bafiirethe tuukl Saturda
.I'lnr th alh H.v nf Nnv.mli.. IHA.1,.
Bated thiaintli day or October, lsss." "'"l
4, "W -i' !' ?BlMJi..W. IKQBileWM
By H. 71. Assist, hia Attorney, '
-eotlS-4W iT: i,.i'.. . ..I -.1 'I lJ;JH,lHiJ fl
"Cll. V. TaTII...
John A. Robert! and othfra
AIM f oj nnvaiivn m . i'v ( . vim wuaaj u",
1 tlia above oane tYnm iha abort Court to medi-1
reoted, 1 will otforforaala at puMia auction.
the door of the Couri.&oiise, in theoitjr of Colum-
Viiib. nn
rmi Ditniiri aiiwtrm aiam A nr dill nru iw
Thursda 'fiie'lOth" day" oi iVbf ernber. A.
''. ' !" Di-1865,"' f'T .
at two o'clock PM.,'the following dosortbed reai el-'
tate, situate in Franklin eon my, Ohio,' to-wits ""'
Beinga paat of Lot Number 8 in J. Kidgwart
addition toGolumbas weatyf the Koioto riv.r, aad;
hnnniled and d.snribed aa followa- Tim: Re.innin '
at the son th west corner of a.id Lot No. Ss. theno.
easterly oa theeouth liner1 thereof aeventy (TO) feet, !
Uienoenortneriy atrigai anilaa to aaia aoatl Una
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