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x ; r v:oL. xxxui. COLUMBUS. OIUA TUESDAY MORNING. OC :OIEU 3h 18C5. NUMBEEfl(iS i .i.it)) . 7 jt; (t i 'K 0 !.' II i ...... r , ,vi.. r iC '. " '"' ' "' ' ' ' I I --V '" ' ' '' " . . ' ft'..-, f-i 11. 'r , , . ' . . rr: ,,ti,i,T rv . i . i : PatromzeHome Institutions and IIOJIE . INSURANCE COMPANY, OP COLUMBUS, OHIO. n - n'iita''i'l lh i AUTHORIZED bV THE STATE. lit I. hut: it'Mit'i CE IN ITIVIOIV JOLOClt, HIGH STREET. fi8ures Agjifnst Loss or Damage by Fire and Lightning. Business Confined to First Class Property Within ! 1 HIS COIVf PANT. UNDER BTATE CONTBOL. COIDTTCTM IT BfTBIKKSM ON L , the bwH pproved nd oonomVl pln, tkinf rii-ki only in Kimt Clum Detsohed Property. Farm iillilir, Knvkt Uwrilii (t. snd Iheir Cohtento, inakini it infer than tbnn Innu-in Mills, KactoriM, f oodon RnwR. and other ernoart nf alMtilar haAanl . Ift ia tlhf.nk(jf.aim nf vha LKrvtori in An a asfa. rainar'tran a larto Dumnaai, u Dain a aarar Ruarantee til pormanenor and or Rraatarultimata luooem. Tbair rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairlr and In soliciting patronue. do so with the firm eon Tiotja that th plan adopted by thein will make the jOompany permaoont and safe to iti poliey bolden. Hf". A2ltIEL GALLOWAY. Colymbui. 0. LEWIS CASS. Ksq., do. O 3B 3T i CAMTJEL OALLOWAT PufOlDgNT. fcWlti CASS. VlOl fUBRlBlNT. ,f, fept4'6&amAwral r.l . ., i ii . . . . . ., !.. i , ...... Keep your Money in the State. '- v - -' :i ' . : i A i? Li. C. P. h. BUTLER, Mtrehant, Colnmbni, 0. J R. HUltHKl.l,. Mem of Conreii, Ualawara, 0. ALEX. H. HANLK , Xenia,0. OBRSi I ALEX. ft. HAN LET. Gkniui Aoikt. I W. A. HANLKY. Ahs't Uknkhil Aofxr. ,'. I " - O. . HVHHAHD) Beeretairy. - COLUMIJUH Woolen' Manufacturing a ! rpAKES THIS METHOD TO. .T.. x torn their fellpw ctuians that they still earrr rn the Alanuracturliia businetu. and that they bare on band aTanety of Hummer an w tnteruoo f, nci aa . Pluiai Ac. fancy Cuaalmereii . AMH-Nkltikv. ttulinelM, , ,i.t ii... .'!. ..' ' - JeHlta,1' v. 1 Fltikiilit.nnd ' MiockinB; Yarn, Whlob they offer At Wholesale as well as 1- laii.ai prices mi sun me nines -'I'hey sMiolt the patronage f the communi ty at ante, ami ak thereby the encourage' mentof huDia induHtrr. . .- , i , WOOL ImuKht at, all times or exchanged ' ' ior taoous at uasn prices. j . r. uiii tH, , " Socretary and Treasurer, , oeiaHiaia . ; ,,,, . um beard nr JEWS! SAM FRANK Ti As OPENEn A 1.AKGK AND tPIiElT XX did stoekof i 6T,;$H0ES, HATS, CAPS WATCHES & JEWELRY, s 'At the Nw Store.' ' No. 212 North High Street, It ' ' I.:-'. ' 1 .;, no) ;... -. Whloh b. Will 1 , 0X3XjXj OnHAFBR tban the like was erer told in this eity. . CHAltGH MADE FOll SHOWING GOOM. H- , ...i ; MAGIC OIL. " Hallo', ttrangert stop a minute. lr, i .'l er'atew Htore, just drop io it, air. And view with wonderful surprise, air. The Boot A Khoos that will meet your aye, ilr. .... ii .... The piles of Poods yon bare not seen, sir, Or else you must he domed green, sir, .i T bus in bastegopau the door, air. Of 8. Frank's Kew Boot A Shoe Store, sir. He's got of Boot, sure the beat, air, In North or South, or East or West, sir, 'l is not made op of 'Sloanh' trash, air, . , -And he will tell it oheapftrCAdH.su-., . So florae alon, eome one, eome all. Sir, - ' .1iXomenoa,QiDpoor, greataad small sir, ,. Come pious fol ki, and hardened sinner, sii, ,. , And help along the new beginner, sir. ' : M. FBAflKi'1 ' ' No. 1S North High Street ajxt-dAm -ti-' . i .- tt,. "'TXEA IDEAS'! lni' iiiwh'I ,i 1 4- ni.nt'Ht tl'lilu i.l ri ' 't'.il t,.r. lit TUB ATTENTION OK DEALERS, Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain -Ing ohoioe Teas at reasonable rate is respeotfull directed to our ort -'collet iVsoariiiiiT ov 0in fiftE'CK AND NATURAL LEAF'- TEAS.'" Whkib. we offer ip, original packages, or in qnantl tlel to suit'puronasera. We feel justified in saying1 that haver fall 4i meat all reasouabl arpeeta iiooi, and while orders are ooutantly ooming in for .i"Jnst' inch -Tea u yoa icnt before,",..! eomplalnte-rareiy oooar.. PeraoneVao, aa a matt of taste, or Irom hyjtienie considerations, use Bla Tm, oUen tn it U(lioult to cat a good ankle., , ; TO I.W .,1 Otril,, . . ,,.UM,;. JU JJ A W AJa. . . A J-S A M cannot be eioellej,' and have i established a reputa tion for us wbreTer we baveiold them. ' NATURAL LEAFS sa'i." .'j... ara of the surest nd sweetest ehoDS.1 aad being oared 4ntiia aun are free Xrmo the deleterious af- fecta produced by contact with oopnor. ffutllthl' br staple' end fahoj Oroceries alway in baud at lowwat market prioea. :. . : . on r S f E A R N S & , C 0 . vXaiKh iiril KComer Friend.) r. j f ii .vt A In o u.i ii,: l-.l KENNEDY la nitJ itd -DEALER IN- 'I ill i'fr;i i -i mi li.o i Upqks, Periodicals.; .Stationery,1; v rOT0EE8, FAICY ARTICLES, ETC., Noj 00 South High Street, " . A I Hast Door to tb. Postofflce. . i"ll . i.i ,ii f. , ', tjli''lli'-.." COlUMBOi, OHT-ii'i 1 1 T , 1 u An- ,:Kh i'kU TP.J if.': w'rdik. B.'; wtuon. oh uVitrrt . lio'i ril r jiib Ill nseLLors at, LAW. ' v.i .iir,j:rivi. -co wjMjjua. ohio.'h j; :mx Will aiteml Ui all professional busineM intrusted to them, In the Supremo Court, aud in Franklin and axljAirdatrooHntlasi-'" j 1.......11 OFFICK-M0.W Ettt SM itreet.v ''.,.an 0t3 d3m 1 BOO? SKIRTS FOR TOE MILLION ! New Hoop Skirt -Manufactory, ' Having leen the un fair trading of an article of such importance te the Ladies in this city, we concluded to open a large Hoop Skin Facto ry, and invite tbeatten- Hon of the publio in general to call and ex amine my great assort- Hoop Morts, Patent Patent e latest Klastio Skirts, Hpiral Bustles, CorseU, Patent Hklrt Sup porters. o. - , - My Retail Department ii In the hands of compe tent Ladies. T :'... ; Uealers in surrounding tow" will do well to con sult their own interest by calling on mo when in warn o noop OKirw. ...... " Hoop Skirta Made Over and Ropaired Ladiee, yon will pleaae remember the place No. 21 East State Street, Next door to the Journal olEoe. . .x .'. : ) ... E. HEED, ; . . mchJS'M Hoop Skirt Manufactory. J. C. WOODS, GENERAL PIANO AGENCY, ;" Hi SOUTH HIGH STREET, OOlTJLxOtilDTlJS, O 'ij'ioS'ji r " TriI.k '"i'.t.'i .1 ! XTOW RECEIVING A LABGE STOCK Xl of loitrumenti from the following Aunuiacto- rie,s . t" Clilokertntr Sons. ' t-"Hteinvra i9oIlSa, , I)eclie;; J3roitlii3r, ' ' ' llallett TJaviai Si Co., , ' CT"- Wir I. Emerson. 1, n' i.-.r ,-o.i . ,' .. 11. . - 1. .. : .; -AU tplendii) Ipstrnmenta. Particular attention is r.que-ted to the '1IE INSTRUMENTS OF DECKER BROS.1 'Also, a flue assortment of the very celebrated PKLOUBET ALELOLKOtf S .nd CABWET ORGANS.,! f ,Hit , :., ;,. , ,. , !; Xu(tzru.m.exxta . H.txtsdf end rent apply on parchaio. Dealert iupplied 00 moat 11 nerai terms. . augSo-dem ' . . . I., 11 1 1 ' 1 1 . . 1 1 ' ' F. A. SELLS & CO., GROCERS M. I! I : A KB- 'a CommiM.lon Merchant i.. 1:1 l ,. , ..... ... i , , : 1 ridnr, Balt,! FM,' Water Lime and Plaster, . jfonth't.CMtrX'''il Foiirtb $tntil 1 COLUMBUS, OHIO.' '' mavU.'at-dtf'. ' ' ' - i'-': ' TO AND t0U I !-.: -j ,1 i,,, j GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND. rpAPKCOTT BROS. Sc. CO.'S EiniORA. Draft, on England, Troland, Sce)tHamoT ana nauii "TamMtt'i Favorite Lino of livoVpobl Packet. 8.1 ewerytareedaya.i.1 11 i v t .i.-.-,, i5-.,,. ,..,1 f, v l,,.V:liUNICOF IONDON PACKETS .,. ., . , SALE EVERY, TEN DAYS.;. 1 .;, jLUo. irsTjAMsaijfAjinfff wsxsrir. ' AaT Parties wishing io lend for their friends or re mit money to the OLD COUNTRY, can do o at tb lowest rate. Oy applying wu - .. ,m vt-oa JI ,no..BAlL,E THOJnP80N CO., , , n.ela-wm; . Bankers, Columbua. ., I 1 ' : ST. CHARLES HOTEL, I..:s tliiiv 1 11 ) t": .i! ii 1.11 ... 1, . ; CORNER OF . i,; J, 6dd nnd riilrd tirect, ..PITJSBMRCHPAo-'V: :u SUITKER & RIAL, Proprietors. mayHOte-tf '' . ' ' , t . 'fS g-m SX5 Si3 E5 a mentor kKKmSsIM noluding the TrS3 ESS cJK. TraU and f ZZ-i E-i r'li iVioUiria:also.th 2.S-- r i,U.i,. of Quaker 'x 1 f. BOSS HANMN CO.Propiiatori,! , ti " NEWARK," OniOi ' t'f.t J. BOM H4JOW , I. L baMrllA, i, it. P.IH1IA t juneaa-dt J '!. ' ') 1 1 ntPDiinnnv cunlii n n 'inn rrr tuf GJIEAT BARGAINS DRY GOOI5S IN A UGH TON'S, And avail themtelvei of the rare opportunity now ouereu to select lrom THE LARGEST, ' NEWEST HQa CHEAPEST ' STOCK OF GOODS IN COLUIRBUS AT' O O 0T! IT. ing, T BEING IV INTENTION TO Make a new Improvement In the AaughMn Itmld- Hh the view of adding a New Department (mat of a Ijarpet and' House furnishing riales room). to mv Dresent bnstneii.. th. eomin. Fall. I bare therefore determined to offer nty entira atook at soeh niiaaa a wilt Insure its speedy sale, and snake room tor the w orkmon and ineouauica. THE STORE IS FULL OF GOODS. And must be emptied W August 1st, In consequence ,01 me anoTe improvement, " . - j - 1 , ' 1 , - " w Remember this lg 1 V j 3NTO OXtP 3TOOK. Bought at the high prioea ruling a few months ago but everything New, Cheap and - Seasonable, SELLJNC AT A SACRIFICE ! CALL EARLY AND SEE FOB YOURSELVES, ! The Stock Is oomnlet. In arerv Denartment. .which fact alone is a great advantaae to purchasers iat such a time as this, when scarcely a store can be found with even . moderate assortment of Uoods. 1 Country MerebantK, t'edrilera and Dealer, gener ially, should tahe advantage of this opportunity U isort up toeir &uicKst leas tnan r.atern prices. JANES NACGHTON, 1 118 and 12 South IIIkIi Mtrart, ! - COLUMBUS, OHIO, I N.' tt Oat New'Crpet and House' Furnlubfng Hnlorroom (to make whiob improvoments I am now inciting off the present stock), will be opened about Meptemoer 1st, iws. 1'leaae bear this in mind and .give me a call, iunelB-dtf Auction and Commission Room THE UNDERSIGN EI HAVE OPENED ain aV lint itn aanrl (Inmniiusliin Iliiim a r j No. 144 Ku.i Town Street, where thay are prepared to do a general Auction 1 and uoiiMiitSHien DUMiness. 1 j Sales of all kind" of property promptly attended to. either in eit or countrr. I ilouschnld Furniture sold every market morning at the room. Commencing at 7 o'clock. .' ,. ! AIko, Furniture repaired and varnished' on the ihortest notice and most reaionable terms. TURNKY A SIMON, t mohl-tf ' No. 144 East Town Street .TEXAS--'LAW AND LAND JL. I AGEJJ-QY. . AVB. NORTON, Attorney-at'Law, Having offices at AUSTIN. TYLER and WOOD 1 V1DLE, with comp'-tent associates, will trariHHOt a ffpneral CO I.I.KCTION AM) AGKNCV 1(1) M- NKSS throughout Texas. Those having lands or claims requiring pro.pt attention in Federal or State Courts, or otherwise, can addrrss mui a t r.an ern or Western offioes. septb'us Economy and Health f ;..y ( 'i if i ' r .: The American Dry Hop Yeast W'u. Awarded the aV'Imt Premium Bt tlie OliieN.nte I'talr. EVERY FAIHILlf MIOULD USE THIS superior Veast. It is purely vegetable, con ducive to health, and makes delicious bread, bettor 1 than any other article now in ur.- it It convenient : tb have on hand, and costs leas than any other Yeast ; in the oountry. It cannot be equaled in raising I broad, cake, buckwheat, eto. Ask lor the American ; Dry Hop V east.and take no other. . For sale bv Orucers generally. ....: 1 ' t AKflsn uiti n, Bi'AiiUimu a uu., Manufacturers. Columbua. Ohio, . Orders from the trade by mail or expcens promptly HOCKING COAL. WE ARE N1SH NOW READY TO FUR- A. Superior Articles of Hoolilng Co&l . 1H any quantity, delivered to any part of th. city . or on itailroad can. Offioe, and. Yard between Long and Spring Su Np. 135 North High Street. ' , Order! respectful) kolioitedaod promptly filled. v VAN DEUSEN Sc. DEMING. jeSl-tf . . ll( ..,,-if -., : BEEIVl & SWAYZk, Merchant , Tailors, ,. tBt AND DEALERS IN READY-1TIADE Clothing and Oonts' Furnialiing Uoods, Np, 1M Month Hi.hHtrfiel. nooosltl sue u. S. Hotel. We keep a well aelectei atook of Goods, both foreign and domestic Give us a call, and we will do the. good. UK Ell A SWAYZK. geptao-tt i! ' : V !.; I ,ir' r ? " ri ZETTLER HOUSE, !(N. E. C.rner of F.urth aad Friend 0 u ColunibuH, Ohio'." J; C. TOLL & SOx. TTAVING RECENT!, Y ASSUMED TiifE M. management of this large and oominodioul Hotel, w. have-newly refitted it with reference to th. conveniens, and eomfoMof guest. I" soliciting; . goodly share of the patronage of the traveling public we assure our friends that we shall une every effort to J. C, TOLL SON, 'junelT'aMlly tv' John Mcelroy & son,-.. DELAWARE, OHIO, MeUiufMturers of all detcrlpt.oni of FARM; IEIKQ.VVAdONS at the lowest price. Persons desirous of purchasing wmdoW.Itollttb.repoeltory of ' ' "- ' mi 2 'ir. f. iiboxii. Comer of Gay .nd Third itreet4 Colombo.. Ohio Agent. f tie above.'r AH orders proniptl amended 0 vX ' 1 w. i 1. junee-dtf , whisky; BRANDY, WINE, l AND iririit .".r.n ri Liquors of all " 't!i iv .ui,;.! TEN YEAR OLD BOUBBOlf "WIIIS ky. Thirty barrel, pure 1 yeart old Bourbon Whiaky. Alao, wnty-nv. barrel! pur. 8 to U year! old -- - -: ., ,w Monongahela Whisky,1 of the beat brand. .Will fa. fold fcrth. demijohn, keg or barrel; also, all kind! of Wines and other LU-on. by cLhHtfsg : declS M South High ilreet. I ; : ' -:;..:. XO TtlE V ( READERS AMD or lilt OIIIO,lill. " I Politics, Tag Ohio STirMum It ' ' ' ' ' tor the Country, for the Con" . stltutlon, and for . the : .; Union of Equal .'v..';''. .state,1. With equal prfvll.ges, and with equal and exact justice to .11 it. eitisens. W are foi the Old FIri.gr, with not a Slap or 8lrlp Era.ed, and ,., . , tor the Old Ualon. v. 1 ' ' . . . far as it it pessihl. to restore it. and for the EXISTING CONSTITUTION, ' In it spirit, letter, and purpose. Upon the Coming Events of the Year, Best the Hopes of the People and Government. We Owe it to the Memory of our ,. Fathers, to the Hopes of ourChildren, : to the Future of our ... V , Country, i .l . ., MD TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF MANKIND, :.. i ". . ' t . 5. : tb are. enr rnlsrs to pursue a Po Icy that shall in sure the earliest Restoration possi 1. THE STATESMAN will . do all it can to aid in bringing about early Re storation; and hence, the Publishers invite support and encouragement from all those wh(, while wishing for . -v ' " GOOD NEWSPAPER, i '''"" also wish to have a '' SODKD (JOJSIITDTIOm JOURNAL rVe publish a paper in which w. seek to give the TRUTH, ' Our Commercial Reports, Our Markets, . . Our Political and Ceneral News re carefully freed from the sensational oharactor and w seek to make Tb Stathmah , t j Trjastworthy in Ever Partictilar. I . , ji.;-.; L. Ill ForNewii brlrj.tmctl)n,br Good Blornhv, for Suinnd Political ' r Seaitlmentja, for Steady- ; -' 1 - Iet eae of American Inatltallons, Take, Bead and help -,C , 10 Circulate), i'.I V 1 '!' .V""!!' ;! M '', , . THE OHIO STATESMAN. tVeekly Ohio Statesman on. of th. largest, cheapest, and best printed paper. In the West. Each number eou tains ' com plete ranHiM of all th. MILITARY & POLITICAL NEWS th. week t th. ;latert Telegraphio and Market Reiorta; a oarefully prepared collection of I XdLtor,ry ftectcflXxiat for th. horn, .nd family ; and an abundance of 1 ar- agraphf upon .very toplo of Interest or Import anc. Th. wld. circulation already obtained by this paper, il an evidence of 1U popularity, and .of 1U balm adapUd to th. want, of tb. people. . ; , J i : M .i : ' ;; TH DAILY BTATKSMAM. Pn. oor on. year. ...e.,. ..- i M ,. 4 W ' W three inontbe.4.,..i .. 1 15 .MoU Delivered by carrier, per week THX TKl'WKEKtT 8TATX8MAH. '. ' On. oopy, on. year.', ....,,w,.,. a. THE WKSKLY BTATK8HAN. One eopy, three monthsfor: ,'i W ota. $v 00 : si IW 10 00 WW 40 00 loo 00 ' , I1K !Donua,lwT.....A.itf., jj. .tna v.ar.forb......A.. b... arm nav tl to whoever will send 6 oonie. with $3,60 to whoever willaend 10 copies with... H. 00 to whoever will send 30'ooplea with.... Ijbjua to whoever will sendMoopies with.... ' OR, WILL 8KND AS TOLLOW8I copy. thre. months, for -f iix months, fur-.,.. ..j... 1" . one year, for op(iM. ;, ,, 50cts 100 00 ( 00 17 60 81 00 , .....v. lb Of uuIKj.mI name, will be written unnn Oloh paneri. a. wen a vpu vHiwe-rwiuautuia una s done In very few other pfflow.- - " The money mu oouuiinT .u oraar. Of 1H and leUert ihouid be addreeeed to. , t ,...m 1 TUB OHIO HTATKSMANJ n 1 ' ' COLXTMlOlO.- ' j 1 1 I ! i . j . 1 ' ; ' ! . 1 I 1 , I , I I 1 i ll ' j I i : 1 ! I ! i ' i I I ! 1 ' 1 I ! to 1 a Legal Notice. anluol . MiiKIvain. bl'tff.1 In the I vs. ' , 1 Court of Common Charles O. Peskier,' Micone 1'iess, . ting. Sarah King, Oieeu-j Franklin County, onu King, det'Ui. , , . J . . Ohio. Iiiaue Kino, saraii kino and ., Ureenwoou King,.tn the rotate of Illinois, will talrVnnli'-e that Simuil P. Mcklrain.ot tbecoantv t rank in. In t"e istatenf on 10. did. on me astn a. of Ontoher. A. I). USOi. file hi. uetition in the jourt of Oomrriin l'leae, within and forsaideounty t tranklm and ritate ot umo, against tne iaia ;harl..U. De.hl.r. I'boobe nine. Haran liing and Greenwood King, defendantx, setting forth that on .he 'iTth dav of June. A. 1). 185.. Hamuel Parsons recovered judgment egainH Matttaew King and Charles U. Desbler in ine Ouurt of Common Pleas in and tor said eounty tf Franklin. Ohio, for the sum of S434.4D and coots. That said judgment baa been assigned to plaintiff McElvain; that the same, became, at the time it was obtained, and is now, a t.lid apd.abiting lion upon the following aescribed premises, of which thecaid Matthew Knrf diet seized, to-wit: ' Hoing in Franklin oViiinty, Ohio, being that part of in-lot nnmher sixty-eight ionveyod by dent of quit claim to Kliiabeth Strain, by Peter r-e'ls alid Sally Hells, dated April 25th, IKU, in thecity of Columbus, and ba ng all that part bf 'in-lot nnm. ertt. .i.ht aeainuini at'thenirlh botrhdiirt-of 1 aidlot on Hich Street, .xaorty nWfee, westot the northwest corner 01 the bouse occupied pu raid lot by th said Kliaabeth; thence amtb, by a Iine drawn parallel to tuo we.it. boundary line thereol; benceeait along said south boundary line totheline of the heirs of Frederick Kitter;thence with their line north to Rich street) thence wet along Kicb street kojtbe point of beginning, and being the same prem ises convey by said Glizabeti to idatthew King, by deed diitcd Jiily ISth. 1850; that said judgment wan obtained for part of the purcbaio money due for aid premises; that the said Matthew King has since deceased, leaving the said Pi mbehis widow, and the .aid Greenwood and said Sarah his heirs at law, and praying that said premises may be sold to pay said judgment alid other liens, end the said PtoebeKingi faiali King and Oreenwood King are notified that hey are require I to appiar and answer the said pe itbm on or b-I'dre (be 8th day of December, A. I). 1805, or said petition will be taken, as true, and a de cree enterad accordingly. 8AMUET1 P. MoELVAIN. ' W.W.HgsS.Atfy for plaintiff. , s oct!i7-d4w6w . .., . Legal Notice. WILLIAM 0. STEVENS AND JEHII. 1 Ma Stevens, his wife, of -"County, State of Iowa, will take notioe that Oeorge Yfj lugliam, 4if Franklin cnui.tr, O lio, did, on the 11th day of lOctober, 1803, file his petition in the Court of Com mon Pleas, within and for the County of Franklin, lin said State of Ohio, against the said William 0. iStevens and Jemima Stevens, defendants, totting tnrth that the said William 0. Stevens and Jemima Stevens his wife, gavea mortgage tothesaidUeorgo !W. Ingham orj Vi acres of land, more or less, being the west part of lot No. 2 of thesub-diviston of seo tion No. i, in tnwn'htp Nit. 2 and tange No. 18 in Isaid coutity of Fra.nk.in, ritate of Ohio, and in Sha-n-on township, to secure ti.e peunent of $5S7. accord ing to a certain not. 1 el or red to in said mortgage, and that there is due thereon $2A.6I of interest, with in terest thereon from Jaauary L, 1805, and praying that taiil premises may be sold to pay the same aud for ther relief. : .... The mud William 0. Stevens and Jemima Stevens arc notion I that they are required t appear Mil mi lt wer faiil petition on or before the third Saturday 'aftor the 24th day of November, 18115. Dated this lath day of October, )H05. Sy a. B. Albeky, his AUoruey. . . ooti:t-6w ' ' Master Commissioner's Sale. !.. Eli.-ha Wilson ) Court of Common . ncaa 01 John in A. Roberts and others.' ,. Franklin County. , IN PIKSVACE OF AN VltDElt It the above case from the above Court to me di- rooted, 1 will offer fur sale at publio auotion, at the door of the Court Uouso, in theoity of Culumr .bus. on : IThursday, the ICth day- of November, A. t - 1. 1805, - at two o'clock P. M., thefollowing described re&les ;tate, situate iu Franklin county, Ohio, to-wit: Doing a part of Lot Number 88 in J. Ridgway'i ladilitiontoColumbii? west of the Scioto river, and bounded ami d. enbed aa follows, vis: Beginning at the southwest corner of said Lot So. 88. thence easterly ou thesouth line thoroof seventy (70) feet, thence nortftorly at right angles to said south line !thirty-thre(33) feet, thence westerly parallel with raid southerly line seventy faet to the west line of said Lot. thence southerly oh'SB d west line to the place of beiiinning. , . Appraised at .lM OO. ' Printer', fees 0 73 WM. DOMTGAN, ' Sheriff and Maater Commissioner. octl7-dltAwtd For Sale. , HV FABlff OF ONE HUNDRED acres in Mifllin townsbin. Franklin county. r. five miles F.aetof Columbus, on the Gahenna road .and Ohio Central railroad, lhe land is of a deep black soil, seveuty acres are under high cultivation, welldrained: the rest in heavy timber, mostly beach and hickory all under good fence. There is on the premises a peat Cottage of five rooni.j with front aud back porch and oellar, and on. log kens, of two rooms; a large barn aud stable for six horses and eight cows; . new .moke house, hennery and corn cribi; also, four rood wells and o-ir oiltere. Th. orchard consist, of on. hundred and twenty-fire of the ohoicest kind, of bearing fruit trees. Ii desired, the present crop, live stock and farm ling utensils will b.aold .'so. Terms easy. Possession give, immediately. II. Three hundred and twenty acres of rich prairie land, forty under cultivation and fence, with a good . frame bo use on it, in Delaware eeunty. thre miles oast of Delhi, Iowa, on the Dubnqno A Pacific 'railroad. For particulars, inquire on the premise, nr by letter. A.Ti. POTkN, Mifflin township, Columbus P. 0.. Box SS5. gctl0-deod2w. ... j . $1. ONLY AArt FIFfli GOLD AID SILVER l.UUU WATCHES to b.iolist l.O0ecb.nd not to bpid It MnUntptrfycUy latitactorn, .. , SAMUEL C. RlCKARDS & CO., Established 1657. . The largest Manufacturers and Originators of the Distribution, conducted for years on strictl Ifonor ;ablprineljie and to the entire satisfaction of all who patronue us, offer the usual ' , CATALOGUE, ... ... Of rich and valuable articles at One Dollar each. aoOFIne Gold Chronometer Watcb.s, ' " . each;-. ...'.... ....j.,,.,... :i $100 300 FineGold English Lever Watches... . 10 2H Ladi.s'GUdKname'd Bijou W atchei IM 200 Solid Silver Uunt'ng Lever Watches 40 to 80 200 Silver Dinner Seta ., ,.100 to 180 160 Silver Tea Seta VW to 150 3,000 English Silver Cruet Stand'......... SO to 'f0 3,000 Silver Fruit Urns ' 15 to. 30 Set of Jewelry, Guard and Vest Chains. Spring Locket. etc.. etc..,-: i;,.:.; . ... Oertinoatea of the above artiolei are placed in ssaled envelopes mixed and drawn from when nr ' dered. One sealed envelope oontaining an order for one of tb. valuable articles on our list will he sent to enr address on receipt of is cent. . lor-ai.e., 13 forW.OU, SO with premium for-tt.00108 with. pr jmiuin solid Silver Hunting Vase Watoh .16.00. Perfect Ratiefaoll guaranteed in all eases. .Goods not pleasing the tastes or fancy of our oustomers, will oeexohanged free of cost. . , . , ... Agonu and others will b alio wed 10 cents on eaon certificate ordered by them, providing riot less tban itx are ordered at .time. Agentswill collect 5 cents for eaoh certificate, and remit 15 oents each to nt. Address all ordeis to r r- BARUEL0. RltKAUDS a CO., rM " - MW Nansan srreet, tvew Xork, AGENTS WANTED KVEKX WHERE. ... eptSe-wISr '"" LEWIS & COX, fOfBFS I. LKWIg, CflMUtON T. LKWIg, a. I. oox, j ; .i.i'i .1 1 . , COUNSELLORS AT taWV,,' Ko. 133. BSOAJDWATr.OSTOItlCS BOX S660,' .1 NEW ,YOItI CIXY,' ATTEND TO ALL nUSINtSS Iff the Courts of the United States, and in the Departm. If at Washington.- Fspecial attention 'given to lntemsrt Reverrae business, and to olaimt agairnt Foreign Governaenta, as well as eur own, -I The senior partner. Judge Lewis, late Oemmfe igioner of Internal Revenue, and Charlton T. 'Lewis, formerly Deputy Commissioner, will bring that department at business thorough aoquaint :anoe with th. Revenue Laws and Decisions. Mr. Cox's connection with the committee of Foreign Affairs in Cotiarese, for many years, inswre. thorough knowledge of legislation and busiuM at wesnington. , , .,..,,.. .ug-rtAwU1; aV ' JA-S ); ;! iO may ' 3o Suth High street. " I I Natural History of Babies. ' Uubies nre of two kinds, male and female, mid are usually put up In paekaes of one, though f imietiinea two, in which cases they are callnd twin, when nearly pf the same e. They are not conllnud to any particu lar loculitv, hut are found plentifully dis tributed overall parts of the inhabited coun tries, Their ures are various aud Lav. a wide , range. ,. We. have known them as yonn j as 'tis easy to calculate time on a watch dial, and then again we have seen them, where they have acquired the healthy age of twenty-live, with a fair prospect of advancing still further Into- babyhood. Their weight depends a great deal on their belt; but as they have twenty-one years to jirow in before it costs them anything, it don't matter so much how big they happen to be when they commence. , .. . .. , I Probably babies liuve more pec names than any other article of their size. Iu the tender years of life, sav the first two, they are lovingly addressed by such endearing names as Old Beautiful, Sweetness, Honey comb, Him Darling, i'apa's Hope, Old lilessed, Mamma's Joy, Koble Andsonnv supposed to be a contraction ot Old Hand some, and hundreds of other appellations which we never could translate. , ' ' For several years, until they get old enough to play out of doors and soil their faces, their lives are one long continuous game of Copenhagen, everybody laboring under the delusion that all babies are for is to kiss, consequently to see one is to kiss it. We cannot recollect of ever finding ourselt 1u the presence of a baby, but what the fond mother would say to it, "Now be a good, little deary, and give gentleman a nice kiss." Of course we accept it, though kissing ain't our forte. Wo are naturally modest and don't care to be seen kissing anybody. We don't hanker after ic as oine of our lriends do. We are willing to kiss a pretty girl occasionally for her moth er's sake, or even for her own, rather than have any trouble, yet wo thiuk, If said pretty girl owed us a kiss, we should much prefer to have it remain, on interest, to, having it paid when it became due; we never should present our bill and demand payment not if we continued perfectly sane. We understand that there are quite a number of persons who (litter from us in, regard to kissing; if go let thein differ, we cauuot stop to argue the point, as our sub ject treats of babies. The monotony of babies' lives is varied by fcuch little incidents as an attack of the measles, mumps, or croup, and we would not neglect to peak of cutting teeth. A baby that has safely got through all these infantine troubles is considered worth some, 'seventy-live dollars more than one who; ;has tlieni iu prospect. The diseases are, however, easily treated, and iu care. of the measles all that is necessary is to have them "break out" well, and see to it that they don't "strike In." With mumps, just, let them "mump" round a day or two; and they will coma out all right. With the croup it Is necessary to "strike ile" gener ally, "goose ile" and if applied in, season, 'twill soon lubricate the throat, without much trouble. Cutting teeth runs longer than either of the other discuses, yet by a timely investment in a rubber ring and rattle, you get rid ol a doctor's bill. When we were young, we cut our teeth on a sil ver dollar, but as' dollars are now made of paper, they don't stand the wear and tear of a whole set of teeth, aud It is cheaper in the end to invest in a rubber ring. . Learning to walk and talk are two achievements about which too much cauuot be said. The walkiug, though it is a mere nothing compared to talking, yet It is more dangerous, and accidents ol'tener occur; still they usually acquire the art with nec essary breaking ot some crockery or furni ture which they frantically clutch in order to save a fall. During the season of prac ticing, nothing cau drop iu the house, or at least noise be made, but what mother will drop whatever she has in her hand and cry out: "There goes Willie: what has he done now ?" and rush to the sceuc of aution to find perhaps a flower-pot on the floor,, and Willie engaged in scattering its con tents about the room. Alter clearing up the debris, the mother returns to her work, thanking her stars that it was only a choice verbeua that was ruined aud uot Willie's' neck.' i Their conversation in the beetnnine Is a' little dltllcult to understand. They abbrevi ate a great deal, and throw aside all pro nouns as perfectly useless. Listening to their talk Is like attending an Italian Opera: one hears the noise, but cannot understand what It means. The first "papa" or "mam ma," distinctly spoken, is worth five dollars to either of the delighted parents. Babies must not only talk themselves, but must be talked to; audtheainountof baby, talk used in a common sized family Is prodigious. Baby's appearance opens a new field to all. The old hands who have seen babies before couverse in the language quite fluently, but 'tis luuicrous to near a oeginner undertake, to master this dilllcult tongue. Talking baby talk is an art which few ever acquire to perIection,though, by a constant practice, the most stupid cau partially acquire it, yet it takes two or three generations of babies to make a perfect linguist. . The effect a baby produces on a family, no nutter how' sober said family may be, is wonderful to behold. It completely turns the heads of all. If any particular one be-, have more Insane, or is carried away mora than the rest, we thiuk grandma will bear off. the palm, although pa, ma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, and a long list of cousins, are not. counted out by any means. We thiuk the mother acts the most sensible, though even she has her weak points in regard to baby. land will occasionally exhibit a trace of iu- sanlty wheu dilating upon ms cnarms ana accomplishments. r ., . .; ; , ' ,The effect babies have on progression. Is, self-evident. iVo one ever knew, baby ini, ferior to any preceding baby. On the con-, trary, each one Is a little in advance of any yet born ; and when wo think of the vast numbers yet to be, and bow every one will be a trifle superior to its predecessor, what a glorious future awaits .us! We shall eventually ' reach perfection. How can those persons who believe that we re trograde Instead of progress, reconcile this fact with their absurd theory ? ' Some people, a little enthnsiastie,lobk tip-' on a baby "as a thin? of beauty and a joy forever. Now we have seen some whom we thought had a liberal discount on their' beauty, and their Joy forever" would quick ly vanish on having to commence to cry and' "refuse to be comforted," when left in our charge, and we busily engaged, in reading1 and writing. . . ' ; .; It must be comforting to a man, no matter1 how ugly or despised ne may be, to thiuk he was once a baby, beloved by a large cir cle of relatives and friends. 1 It is a comfort we would not deny him. -There are quite a number of this world's people who were not loving babies a great while: they arrived at' years when people cease to loy them, quite, early In life, and have never been babies since t , Babies resemble wheat Ko many respects.; Firstlyneither are good for much till they; arrive at maturity. Secondly both ;are brtd in the house, also the jtower of the fam ily, " Thirdly both have to be.crddfcd. Fourthly both are generally well Ihrdskcd before they are done with. l- - 1 i 57th General Assembly of Ohio. SENATE. COFNTIEK . '-'I'l "IJ'tftKAVOAaJlIf Ml bis. tir.miiton..:;.::- totto -li."l -M '! ! ''I . .. t'.tw MnlMankM,!, . .Is: i9iJ-W arren and Butler K.C, MoFarland. , ad-Montgomery and Preble.'. vA. L.' llarVl.." 4th Hrownand Cieruout "'WfWv..-ii,l 5th-(ireen. Clintnn, te......A. W.J)oanT flth linss and Highland .tv;..VilalrliJ liiilll'i. 7th Adams Scioto. ete..,,.John T'., Wilson. sth Lawrence, Gallia, eto....7lrtsph rlrartWnTyl, 9th Fairfield Jtta.inj.tei;., Hr. AW Mdtni l,it. hih Franklin and Pickaw.y... T, WaUina. llth Champaign, Clarke. eto.Tolaad Ji.ivei. orii 10 1'ith-r Darke, U iami, .to ...John X.. Cuwjnin.. , 13th Logan. Marion, eto.. 11. Colo. "Ta Ht.h Watihim. ton.Motganj eto.Haeil 3. Knwleeri4l 1.1th Muskingum and Perry. .fianidS, lian, , Wth -Licking and Delaware.. W iilnrd Wartter. ' t7i28-Kno. Wiyne.eto.i,. ffitfffl&fr" JHth Conkoctoo ATuscarawasVtitftic i ll Uul 9th Monroe and Guernsey... Hubert Sataat,u.,i,., toth-Harrison and Belmont... Henry Wk""11"1 Jlirti-rMiuk aud Carroll . 1. ,j. .Hrurr Hv MartirlJ'" V.1"1 .dilumbi.n.. J. T. Brooka. .., ,n Itrl M.hnninir A T , ,.. 1...1I II... H.'"'n' Wth-AKhfalmla, Lake, etc.',. '.Abn'et kellovfV IHh-r ,'uraanga wj. . Hamael Will anfloitiM 3M-WiUiami, Aaglaixe, et 33d Lucas, Hancock, etc... T.J. GoV-J.;?, James C;Hall,' '"' wi l'.ii.. -11. ll : 1, Repubbcans..!....... ..wj.j.v..:,,.(5.ii ya I . DemociaU r-V".fsi-.M"--ftil) Republicans in Roman 1 Democrats .J at 1 hose marked thus were member, 'of .the last ; Legislature.- ' : , ..1. ... : ;!)! -4 :- Ulh1 gaio-rortag. .nd H.mmit.. .naval U.,Tlpba IViita fth-Mcdiuaand Lorain.. ,..L. D. Grtswold.., !th-Richlanrt and Ashland. jfanutl Hay. J,r 3'ith Huron. Erie, eto... E. B. Hauler. 11 .'M !'i 31st Kenecs, Crawford. ete. ..OHrHt Arru,Jrr n-rt HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. C0CNTIKS. KgrBBKTAttVIi' daiiis ...... ... ....... .Heiiry U PhlliipeiX .......... il.jiB.' Jl.Jmmtl William JsurvUl ...... .,S. K . Nortl.y. ...Wm. P. .Tohnsmi ..Robtrt X. Ovrd.! (CnuUon Oaveapolaji I KUtull Oo.n., t Wm, r)eford. ..J..... .B. T. ViiimiiuA ...,,..Denry CJImuiua. (Ahram T'et'ir."r" "V'V JalutU..riinK, Je & . Oren. ' ' jH.'W.'CIrk."l' ....FrtncK W. TlutrnMri' Al'on...... .... .Ashland. ....... Aslnabula Athens.. Auglaite........ Belmont.. Brown Butler.. Carroll Chaiiipaign. j Clarke Clermont ....... Clinton ......f . Columbiana..'.. Coshoctnii.1.....' Crawford....... Cuyahoga ...... Darke Delaware Krie Fairfield '., Fajelt. Franklin....... Fulton , Galli (ieauga :.. Greene , Uuornney Jn (D, A. Da ....... C. B. I,fi : ,,. Ji. i;,ia ...-.TAtmuJitm' , A. Ltangier. , I.m-gwoed.V' .(JbIIbpmi ncipio a) yer. ..O. I'.' R.iuth. A.T-Wileoxsi ..I.. ...IT. C.Svlttr.1 . .....MlU.ardnegvi t 'din O. Uihbif Jokn It ' Mnrtlna. ...... -K Muter J. H. M. Montgomery. Peter Hltchaoetut K. F.JUward., ...JohhT.Ciark: flleni7 Kessler, in. Pt.nton." W. P.' Nion,i' 1 J110. 3L ( ! so I Iran:.... Hamilton.. (ln-iavTafel. IM. I'. GaaVlis.1 vl il i. II. Oberklhie.f I T. L. Young. IG00..B. Wiby jHaae Cutae. ....Solum. hVAikeWt ., l.nenm, ObrH D. M Barrett,1 ,. . Wm. A ZMM&neA.!) .....Law. HcUiirrM, .Frank SawW;' .... James Trwp.., Sain 1 C. Kerr. ....... H. 11. Vanning. . ...Kussell Hastinag.. Thou. N. 'Have' John II. Putnam. p4 '.yify A. Hancock... H unlin. 1. ...... llnrrison...,. Hizhlnnd. ...... ....... Hocking., Holmes. Huron...' Jni'kon Jefferson Knox Lake Lawrence , Licking Logan...'. Lorain Luoa Madison Mahoning Marion. ., Medina Meigs.... Mercer and Van Wert. Miami Monroe Montgomery , Morgan ifon nait. .W. W. Boynton. J, A. Chaae. R. M. Hanson. !..;....:.!....;loaepb Bruff.' ........John Boeneran4,.f Hiram Brnnson. ...........Tuosi A. Welerti .....J.A.XttiU, ;..W. 1 'Aletander Xoidfey t ilr, Lnvt. Iaml K.rhAsK,! Thus. J.William., John H; Rhode.:' IA.W. Shipkiy.' J Perry Wiles.. . .......... .Churl S Harev 1 .....HfL.Wood., .A Dmoer'at. . ...... 1 w. A .1 A. ' ftrrHtkJ Pmoerat.. Wm'. Med man. J ?:::.r:::irf' '.AS.'tlnvnui -' rA'TOlMttlU? '.'r,.Wirt blimh (llovey.. Jaa Kagif.l B. K. Jjtftvmr. 'E.P.MchneMer. "n ) Humphrey. HoovervM John Encell.. ..Austin 0 KibheV JoAi S. e4,i '.'... H. C Lawrence. -...Amirete jr. euutfnvij Morrow Muskingum , Noble. Ottawa and Wood Perry.... Pickaway , Pike , Portage..... Preble....... Put nam and Henry. Richland'........ Rosa, Sandusky... .,...,... Scioto Sonera.. ............... Shuljiy ,.,...,, Stark..!.......;.. Sunmit. ., Trumbiill.....i. Tuscarawas..., v. U ntnm .. . .... 1. ....... . Vinton..... Warren......-..'. Washington.... Waynev. J...'i.. Willisini Defiance Paulding)' 1...., Wyandot... Republicans... 1 11 i..i... ............. ;i"V"M" T1 Ai L. (lurti. IA..L Hkra,, :.;...oai Auur .......... Cyf .ft piri "i ...... ...,.s.x.wmni m. Demoerali '. . . . i . . . . . .'.'.!. V.' St Republicans in Roman; . D.mooraU ia AaUm.. Those marked were member! of the last.iiouie. On joint ballot, Rcpublioan...,..,V,.i M " Democrat....'. .A Ola and young sliouici u. ' ,1 j Kb -. "" .1 'ii- '..-'-l;t-H l-sie Iv.h I. i.i -JV Tl R O rv1 l'v,h . -i ! .'.': - ...,! V..'- !rtt,-4.trlo-T 1 ;..!: THit 1 Hairjt It preventa or stops tha Hair from fallirfg;- Cleanses, Beautifies, PreserVes", and renders' it Soft and GloW.'-an'd th' Head Trea 1 froiii DandrniT. "" - " It is the best Hair Dressing' til. Preservative in the world."',';' "'" , ' Sterling's Ambrosia MaNUPACTURING COMftYtoI ' ' SOLE proprietors;1 . NEW, ypRi(& ianeW-dAwSa' o Notice. Jame Norrlf , pl'tff, ) Stat, of Ohio,, Court ef . Soph la 0, Karris, deft, V , lin County.'. i n i uih THE PFFEJiDAJIT IS I1BHF.BC rf(i tilled, that the plaintiff, on th. 3oth day of . S.ptimber, 1SS5, Bled a is peti tion in the ahov. naned.1 court, charging the d.f.udant with having eonnaifrft tedadukert with diver, nerson. in th. eitv of 1,'in oina.tl.Obln. In tk.aumraer of isa and isasj Mdr praying that he may he divorced from rai 1 defends, ant, which petition will be heard at the next term of saiiloourt. - JAB. N0UR1S. By Kankinand WW Attorneys. OClB-BWW Notice. sin. RCR1BER ha. been aoDelnted .ad eBllt,d Administrator ot the Mtal of Emm. hbemaker.,f late nf Franklin County, deceased. '" Dated at .. ihifK'" darof Dotn.ey, 1irt.vJ',' 00tl7-ltAw3t jBLICUACi.K.lii.air.