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j?-:.:.-!o.Mf!M;: ::7C-tjff:.0 fit? (Ml 'A. J A 1 ' ' ' ' ' ,1 . - - ! .. n , I 5 . ' II ... SJ- II . ' xSSEvS' A ' " "'' t " i 1 1 1. 9 ; : a 1 , ya. : 1 11 1 jr a 1 1 . a . a. .!.. 1 . m i l. a 11 J ' , . . im-, m-. a a. a. as . ... POLUMBUS. OniO, SATURDAY MORNING I) KCEMBER 9, 18G5. - .' , ,' '. .- ''.1 iin:i..;..i. ,'. ' . i -.'t,-i 1 . :; ' ' . ' " : in , '. : ; NUMBER 139;""' PROFESSIONAL. ATORIVKY AX LA"Vt, I No. l ir South High St., , BMly1 ' UP BTAIRSr 1 . - in, , rHOBERT' HUTCHESON, ATORNEY iT LAW, ""Parsons' BulidliiV7'.,-'.'.,'' ' '; !'. -- v "Ooltuntott OlilO.1 .7 WILLIAM W. HESS, ATTOltNE AX , X. AW No. 11 South' High St., ' tP STAIRS. DOTlS-ilem - GEO. W. MEEKER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND NOTARY, PUBLIC, Carpenter's 31ook, idt." U7 Booth High St, i! (Otlprtiite First National Bnk,) ! ooijxjivtxjxje, onio. nnrlS-dSin ..-. ' . EDWARD T. DeLANY, Attorney at Law. WIM, PHOnf.k lATTFND TO all Profeaslonal buniDost intrusted to hiacara. OFFICE No. 25 Eait State Street, South Bide 01 uapitol Square, Uolumbufl, Ohio. decT-dAwSiu . , . . SAUL'S. KENKLE, ATClOltNEY AX LAW, WILL PRACTICE IN TIIESI PIIFinE 1 and Inforior tJoarK and will nnUectolaiun aeaint the State and Federal Government. OKKIGK jo 1 Udoon Building, opponlle the State llouxej 1 . Lnuvi7-dly GEO. W. ANDREWS, Attorjiey and Counsellor at Law, WAPAKONETA, .; AnrlalzeO. TraetleM ta U Cost of Weston OhJs saahiutf. B. B. W1BDEN. H. B. WIL80N. JOHS H'OAFFET Warden, . Wilson & McGaffey r'! ' ATTOIINEYS I; " ' ' AND-. ' - COUNSELLORS AT LAW,' CVLUMBU8. OHIO. ' Will attend to all professional hu'lnoxfa Intrnsted to them, in the Supreme Court, and in r rankliu and siljiiininitcountie. ' OFFICl-No. 25 East State street, : ocad3m ' JEXAS LAW i AND LAND -A. Or J3 JJ O TT . A. B. NORTON, Attorney-at-Law, Havinsoffinei at AUSTIN. TYLKH and WOOD VllrLr witheompntent ansociatea, will transact a aeneral OOLLECTION AND A6tNCV HUM 1SE.S8 throughout Texas. Those bavine Jands or claims requiring pro'iipt attention in Federal or Htate Courts, or otherwine, can address hiin at East ern or W"teru offioes. iept'Ufi C. C. SHARP, M. D., iEclectio Physician & Surgeon,' , HAVING LOCATED IN COLItlTIBtTS renpeotfullr tenders his professional services to the eitliens thereof and vicinity. Dr. hi harp is s retulur graduate of one of the bent Medical Schools in the United States, with twenty .tears experience in'both hospital and private prnetiee. Dr. Sharp wsi s etridsnt of I. O. Jones; M; D., of thlspl.ee, twentyflve years ago. The Doctor will rendorenn erl sati faction te all those who may honor Dim with their patrone. All calls, either in the city or country, promptly attended to, day or niht. SJV All diseases treated without Mercury. ' ' OFFICK On Fourth street, between State and Broadway, in Mr. J. Miller's office, novl-dly LEWIS & COX t.in .1: 1 .. " .in 1 ,-i , JOSEPH , Unrig, CHABLTONT. LEWIS, .COX COLINSELLbRS:; AT : LAW, Ho. 133. BKOADWAY: FOSTOFFICK BOX 6660, ATTEND TO ' ALL BUSINESS ,' IN the Courts of the United States, and in the Departure , U at Washlnston. Kfpecial attention given tn Internal Kevenue business, and to claims against Foreign Oovernmonts, as well as our own. The senior partner. Judge Lewib, late Commis sioner' of Internal- Revenue ad Cuahi.to T. Lew formerly Deputy Commissioner, will hrinnj to .that department of. burner! a th.s-ouijti acquvpy-J snre with the Kavenue Laws and Deeisions. 1 Mr; CO ft eonneotliHa -with the eorotattsea . of Fereign Affairs in (Jongrass, for many years, jruiures a thorough knowledge of legislation and business at Washington, v t j-..'; j-i .k. aucJ-UAwtf., ... . ,., .-, i. . tf.: wt-. BANKERS' Baiiley.v JThpmpsQnj & fe Co., Mi-c:-BAIirSXIX0ri ,.,! ,,..- ,,; N. VI Svutb lllgb. Mrcet,, 'CGLXimillH, OHIO. BVT' AW1 SELL 'COIN AND EX change, and Ueneral Banking business, nl : ' yry-tf"1,,: n ku , J. BICKLT. . - , .. , SAMUEL 8. RIOKLT. . . KLY. & BROTHER, c . COLUMBUS, DHia-, A LLOW.JNTEOAHtiTi ON TIME DE ipeeitsi tcUExubanienaall important oitios in Kurope a, well as the United States,- and Passage Tiokets by Williams A Ouion's line of steamers to said from Liverpool A Queenstown. taovlS-dCm 'i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. OFFICE OHIO PENITENTIARY, t i I K i, COLCMBti, Deoi 1st. ie63.( QEALED PUOPOSALS UILX. BE E Q,ived at this office until ., ,0l : . ,r ;Tuedty, .JaAaary, 3d, .18041,' AtSo'eleeli Pj Mforhs labor of from J'IF'f Y to NKHUNDKEL MALE, end from TUN w FIF TEKN FEMALK CON VICT8. for Ave years orlesi. Shop roem furnished arid discipline maintained t the expense of the State; ,?t , , vi! ..j,... JUidders will specify the kind ot labor, the num ber of men, price per day for labor, and the amount of'shop room required. ' '' t .(tut.ii int.. Uiddera will eek beteqaired toaivebondatthe tun of making their proposal, in the sum of On Thousand dollars (1,WK)) with good security, condi tioned that hi oaaa of the aooeptauoe of their bid they will enter ino a contract with;the Dirootore nd Vardan, coordiuB to 1 ni ihS terms of The Directors and Warden reserve th right to determine what branches of busineia w,)l besi sub serve tho jntereet) of the State a ad. tend to promote the welfareof Uie prUoners, and , Ul be governed aooordingly in their acceptance of Jroposals. V ' "'. JOHN A. fKENTiCE. Wsiden." ' Join Houoh, Pireoton. it-.,. i 1 aS, N: FIELD a BROTHER, t'a'i i .). Lumber Merchants; DEAt.r.KS IN ALLKMlSIFUortK. ed Floorlug, Pine. Oak,- Waltant and Cherry Lumber, Lath and Shingles, corner of Sprins end Water streets, Columbus, 0, deo5-dluj r K ' 4 . J. C. WOODS, GENERAL PIANO AGENCY, 21 SOUTH ' HIGH STREET, OOl-U.rO.TDTJ.J3, O. re s OW IlECEITINO A LATtf.E STOCK of Instruments from the follow Inn Hanufacto- ries: fclT Ohlolterlngr S& Honts, Wteinway Ac Hons, tW Decker I3rotlers, t3T Hallet. Davis & Co., 1 t3T W. I. Emeraou. :AU splendid Instruments. Psrtfottlar attention Is reqnerted to the KINE INSTRUMENTS OF DKCICKlt 1IK0S. Also, a flue assortment of tbe yjTT, rS1.' FF.LOUJJET MELODtONS and CABINET OKiiANS. and rent apply on parohaie. Dealers supplied on most liberal terms. aug3S-d8m BAKING MADE EASY. i Williams & Co's DAKING POWDEB, Universally oonecded te be unequalled for the im , t .. mediate production of Biscuit, Cakes, Bread and-Pastry Of every description, in fhehfghet perfection. A single trial is stillitiont to bring it into general use in everv family. For sale by A. ITOUSTON 4 CO., No. 238 South High street, Columbus, Ohio. N. It. Please call for simple, fur which there is nnehargo; after which you will not be without Uie Powdor. novio-dtf . f i - . PIERCE &. KINSELL, ! MANUPACTl-HKK8 0r .. MXSINS'. AI I WOMEN' ! FINE BOOTS & SHOES ' to or dor, in the very best style, fits guaranteed. WORK ALL FRENCH STOCK, For the latest styles and at reduced prices, call at PIEUCEAKINSKLL'S. i 189 South Hig:i street. OporaBuildiRg. ,novl5-d0in , LUMBER YARD AND PUHiftG MIL. II. B. ADAMS & CO.; In their Largo and Extensive i Lumber Yard and Planing Mill, At the Intersection of Spring and Water streets , - Have eonstantly on hand Ail Kinds of Lumber, ., . Worked Flooring, Lath and Khinglea, Window Blinds and Sash, '"i":" Doors, Mouldings, Ac, &e. julyl7-tf H'COLS!, mi fi MWALIS, iUCOEadOaS TO GEO. A WM.MoDONALD) Or II O O 1ZU H, No. lai South High Street. '1 PB0FEIET0S8 OF THE COLUMBUS FOWrKB MAGAZINE. AGENTS FOR THE SAlE OF THE MEDBERY WHITE WHK VT FLOUR. Agents for the sale of Gardner,! lipps A Co.'i du gar Cured llams.. I i . , " e,. .;! ,; 0 Dealer 1st CHOICE - FAMILY- GR0CEB1ER Of every Description, Imported and Domestic ? ' ' ;. . r5 ' -' ' ' lincIWiBes, boidtais, Mqoiin, Olite Oils, Sardines, eto,,, JW All goods ielivered free o( niccwLirr, init,ESincDONALDs, ! eiayW diy . - No; 124 South' High St,' TOWN STREET RESTAURANT, ; No. 14 East Town St.) , ,7 ;; (OiTOBIfl FRANKLIN BKl) . J COLUM1JUS, OHIO, MEM& GLOfS,;;i- - v FBOPJUKTOBS: I Meals furniBhed at any time, Say or Night. ,J OystoW, Wholesale and Rotail; Llqtibrs, Winwani , Cigars, of the bent qualitr. Give us a call, I and try tbem. BOVlMlW. , .,' . i - BESSONTZ &REIMERS' 1 Confectionery and Restaurant, ". No. OO Sontla llifrh fetreet, Next Door South, of the Ifnjon Block. ntRTIGS SUPPLIED WITH CON. L fectionery. Bon Honsi Cakes and Fruits of all kind" at the shortest notice, a la MaiUard style. I A splendid Restaurant is eaiftnlirhedjri connection with the Confectionery.' Game, fl.h, oysters and tne delicaoies of the season served., to order at all hours Of day and evening. We invite the patronage of the eitisent of Oolauibus. J -i i t ..(.?. t , aorlMf" ' - - 200KS 'AND; STATIONERY. UNION. BLOCK, Publishers, Booksellers, ' ';'?AND STATIONER,' Z tTm" printers, Binders and Blank i BaoIc MnnufiiGturerii. .( i Book Manufacturers. vi.l ii id " wnn, ... inn wmtr. ani im n.' ! awi'Mcdical,: School & Standard ' . i . . . I ... . .. . . . H ' I i ... ., '..' t r 4-a w ta i jdOOUS WIPOHTEI IOOUS UIPORTKM TO ORDER. Wilting Desks and Dressing Cases.' , ' . ! :,. Uoid Pens and Fine Cutlery. .'.. m i (Statuary, Paintings, Prints and .! Ui i'.i. Steel Kagravings. Portrait and ci ;. ' '' '' '' ' ' Picture Frataeii ,i .ini,, i Valuable Standard Books lllusirated. . j, mi ' Hnllrlav Uimds in ffreat Varlatv 1; t..; Photograph Albums. Wall Papers, Borders, Window Shadesand Fixtures.., jr Rankora. Railroad and Countr Officers and Country Merohints supplied. 1",i aeoe-awia ouo. a. nihil m w. S. BARMORE &C0, ifi REAT WESTERN DETECTIVE PO. VX line Agency, Rooms Nos. 6 and e Carpenter's Buildm,;, No. 117. Mouth' High street Columbus, Ohio... ! ..: nv: A . ' Established for the detection of Criminals, tho Recovery of Lost or Htolen Property; the proseon tioo of Police Business geaerally; and the, Collec tion of Claims. . , All business Intrusted wilt be faithfully and promptly executed, and upon terms eominensurato with servioos rendered. ' Hatisfaeiory reference oan be given,. LIBERAL REWARDS will be paid toany person giving information leading to- the detection of Crii e or the recovery of Lost er Stulen Property. Also, every courtesy and aid will he extended to the authorities of this and other eities visitim; this locality. ,.,. . ..... .; . InovW-dflm . JOHN McELROY & SON, -:.. I ; DELAWARE, OHIO, ( Manofactarers of all description! of FAEM AND SPRINa WAGONS at the lowest prices. Persons desirous of purchasing will do we:l to cjtJjAtUie repository of & II. J?. IJfOOTII, Corner of Gay and Third streets, Columbus, Ohio Agents for the above. All orders promptly attended to. . joneMtf - ' i i Economy and Health The American Dry Hop Yeast Waa Awarded llin l'irot li'Oiniuni ,, ut tlie jliloH.Htc l'ulr, I7IVER1T FAITIILY SHOULD USE THIS J superior i east. It is purely vegetable, con ducive lo health, and makes delicious bread, bettor than any other article now in uro. It is convenient to have on bund, and co.t.s less than any other Yeast in the country. It cannot be equa'ed in raising brcail, cake, buckwheat, eto. Ask for the American Drr Hop Veast.aud take no other. Forsale by (.Mcers generallv. ' FAKNSvvoKTrJ.riPALBINO A CO., Manufacturers, Columbus, Ohio, Orders from the trade by mail or express promptly attended to; septlB-d:ini POLICEJUSEfJCY. I HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE IN KoomNo. 18, Opera House luilding, for the transaction of goneral Police busi' .ess. Particular attention given to tbe collection of Claims, recovery of stolon property, and detection of thieves. All business intrusted to this office will be piompt ly attended to. All communications strlotly confidential. V.I. REANV. Late Major 7th 0. V. C, and formerly Detective Police, Cincinnati. septl HOCKING COAL. ARE NOW HEADY TO FIK- Y NI8U ' . A Superior Article of . Hocking OOeTtl i In any quantity, delivered to any part of the city or on Kailroad cars. Office and Yard botweed Long and Bpring Hts., No. 135 North High Street. Order respectfully solicited and promptly filled. VAN DEUSEN Ac DE.UINU. jcgl-tf YOUNG AND RELIABLE HAT, CAP AND FUR STORE. Higrn of tho Ulaclc Bear. OUU STOCK OF rVUH IS THE IHOST complete ever brought to the city, consisting in part of . Itich Dark Jrtink, Ermine. Snble, Squirrel, liirli. Waler Ifllnk, ud Coney Capes, Collars , and. niulfa. Also, FOR CAPS for GKNT3, LADIES, BUYS & MISSES. CARRIAGE and SLEIGH ROBES, and all kinds of Ooeds kept in a first class Hat and Fur Store. SJUIT11 Ac CO HAD,. : nov22-tf Neil House. i XHK AMERICAN Horse Insurance Co. OF INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. Branch Office, Columbus, Ohio, ! i . NO. 6 UNION HLOCK. . , . 1 Insures Horses, Mules and Cattle against Loss by Toefl and Deata. , , . . . , . Agents and Detectives Wanted n every County in the State, ; , novll-dtf (sTATE IJAIVIt: OITOIIIO. NOTICE TO NOTE HOLDERS, i OFFICE OF THE STATE BANK OF OHIO,) 1, ' CoLl'SBl'8, Nov. 2ith, 1865. ( A S THE CHAItTEIt OFTHISHAXK lY will expire on the first day of .May next, the llanagers ate desirous of taking up iU circu at log notes as fast as possible. All persons holding notes of the .State Bank of Ohio, are requested to present the same at any of the lirancbes, without reference to the particular Branch that issued the same, and they will be promptly redeemed in U. ft. Lcfta! Tender er National Bank notoe. When piesented in sums of Five Hundred Dollars and over, they frill be redeemed, if desired, in sight drafts on New York at par, aud Express charges puid by tbe Branch to which such pa k.iRrs are sent. '" I By order of the Board of Control I a T iTi rTTCT ' 1 ' ... . . J I'llb VYO,r ntT28.aiotwflir' ; P resilient. - MONEY LOANED, ; LP SUPPLIED, AND HOUSE J FOR KENT .- AND BALE, AT . . -,.' to3 ZIMEn-r t ; LAKE'S AN, INTELLIGENCE & REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ao. so east st am stbkkt, ',': .. t COLUMBUS, O. MONEY LOANED ON ALL KINDS OF Goods left on deposit.. All kinds of help fur Sished at veryshoit notice. Houses, Stores, Farms, and all kinds of Real Estato'for Sale and Kent, j sWCemmunicatioa by letter addressed Box IOT, Columbus, 0 will meet prompt attention. , . ! hovl7-d6m " ' "'' . i -l-i1;: i i ,., ,.i ; r-r rs ; 1 - Auction and Commission Room rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED X an Auetion and Commission Room at 1 -v-i- ..ilr. -t:. . '.! I ,vj.o. l44 Knst TowB 6trct, where theyi are prepared to do a 'ajnaeral Auetion and Commission business.- - i Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended to. either in city er country.. ; Household r Furniture sold every market taoreins attheroom,eoinmoneinna7o'olock. :.i.t ... : Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on the Ibertent notice ana most reasonable terms. i.:h i. I -1 4 ' a " 'I ' J l. L v ii r. a n nuiun, No. Hi Eaat Town Street BEEIYI & SWAYZE, I o,!, IMerclrtant TaUors; ,"rr 'l Hfi DEALERS IN ! BEAD Y'lQADE icXi. Clothinf and. Oentvi' Futnisbing Goods, No, l&t .South High street, opposite C. H. IJotel. - We keep a well sejected stock of Ooodr,.botb foreian and domestic Give us a call, and we will do thee rood. . BKEil A SWAYZE. -rr O. B, STONE, TtrnOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL. It V Ell in Tubaooo, Ciltarf Meerschaum, and Brier Root Pipes. Tobacco Bans, Boxes, Ac., ' ' MO.133 KOUTI:h1U1I WmKITT, jNex tDoerto Obodale House, kept by A. W. Dolsott ) nov26-d8m. .'I WINTER DRESS GOODS. j. ;;i'.i Im French Merinos; I Empress Cloths;. 1 . ..Wool Poplins; i Silk do.; .;;:,:' ' 1 -t ,-. ,1 Rubay Poplins; ., All WooLMerino Plaids; Heavy Merino . do.; - Delaines; :i 1 Alpaccas; : - ' mi Jk no-v, , doc6 53 4 29 South Iliqh street. NEW GOODS. ST. HEKNAKD CLOAKING CLOTHS', Oin. h l a do. do.; 1 While Opara do. do.; Esq uimcaux Beaver , do.; faster do, ' do.; Doeskin do, . , do.; Cniiin Beavers of all eradas; Just received and telling below market prices. BAIN A SON, docO 83 A 29 South Hiith street. NEW CLOAKS & WINTER SHAWLS 1 N UHEAT VAHIETV MOUUHT MK- low valuo andsellua at Ereat bareains. dec6 BAIN 4 SON. MANTILLA VELVETS; Bonnet Velvets; i 1 , Mantilla Silks; . . Eleeant I'ress Silks; ; Irish Poplins, Ao., Ao. dec8 1?ALAS0N. DRY GOODS NOS. 250 AND 252, i ' . Sowth High Street. GREAT ARRIVAL OF FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. t BEAUTIFUL STYLES DRESS SILKS, EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS, i SHAWLS AND CLOAKS, Cloths and Cassimeres. ALSO A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 1 ':.... it , . . . . DOMESTIC (JOODS ! octQ I, A. HUICniNSON. J08ItH(l'TV, . ;. , : Late Col. Ttth Ohio. GIVEN & HUTCHINSON, CLAIM AGENTS.; i t .-. . All Classes of Claims of Officers, Soldiers, or Cit : izens, against States or Goneral Government, 1 i Promptly Collected. . , , OFFICERS' RETURNS ' AND PAY ACCOUNTS i Carefully and Correctly prepared. ' KEORUITING PAY PROCUEED, . ! ; ", . C L A I M S '" ' For t,of t ITorses Socured, and all business pertainins to Claims against the State or United ; biates. Promptly dispatched. . ( , ; t OFFICE, 117 SOUTH HIGH STREET, j Opposite first National Bank. , , noVlS-dlm ''' 1,1 1 '" 1 ,f ; I. 1 ... T i MRS. M.A1 VAN HOUTEN, : r ' i- ! t IT .-. Tof. n-,j . v NO. 68 EAST TOWN STREET, i Keeps oonstanUy on hand the 'f '; j .;- -.r -K :i tt'-n ?-.m- ,1 J j;. LADGEST AND BEST A.SSORTBIENT i ' --: I"" - : -i ' : OF . . V t MILLINERY &FANCY'GO0D$ j v: f..' r; .-. r t . ;: n ' .,.,, ; ' : To be found in this eity. ' i',f',v .!'-. ! I ;;,". 1 ,-: r ,;, ':(;) il'-i -. a ' V' -ii- li , :' ' .r .. Orders Filled on the Shortest Notice. li.m.lir :....:. i i., , .... I f i a spr,isNpir tsiooic ,: I.) ill .li ... Of, FALL AND WINTER GOODSI HUNTER'S EMPOnitTTAl j ' No. 220 South High 9t..)m T HAVE JUST-RECEIVED 1 A LARGB J. stock of the floes t Fall and' Winter Goods srsr !rousbt to this city.. . . Ihave alsoaweuseleotedttook ot 11 .'1 ! ). READY RrlAOE CLOTH INC, Made in the best style and of the best material. I Ail of which I will sell at the . '' LOWEST CASU PRICES. ' j ' '' Call and examiMsar tfoods; ; (; .! , !i ( . ;:.i ' JOHN JHUNTER, v , ausM No. tiO South Iliiih street.' J GLORIOUS NEWS! ' Jl ' " , ' ''TO 'TUB ' ' " i LADIES OF: COLUMBUS AND VI O I 3V I T Y . The Excelsior Premium Core ' Trail Skirt, . 1- ft -i ..-j. w , s. "E IjDO 3Tt JS. DOl" i ' ENTIRELY NEW. " TiriS CRINOLINE. NOW ON EJtHI bitinn at E. Reed's Hoop Banaar and Skirt Manuf.etory, No. tl East State street, opposite the Capitol, has neon awarded Hold Medals in diflerent parts of the United States, for the best stylo and most durable workmanship, and the public at large have beoome convinced, also, that his Spiral Mkirt is the best shaped in the market It six edaed Clasp is ao secured that it is iuipossi le to bs re moved by the roughest usage. H cannot be disjoint ed, as is the cafe with those of Eastern manufacture, as It Is umde alt tn one sprint;. Skirts made to. order of anv siia or shape, and WARRANTED t'OR ONE 3TEA. T Jlerchanls are Earticularl.v invited to caif And ( jtamfne my stock efore purcharinir elsewhere. ' A large variety of Erenoh and American Corsets sad Supporters kept constantly on baud. JB. KEEU, ', , No. 21 East State Street, novl ' South sidoftf Capitol Hquare. BO N-TON PATENT FLEXIBLE SKIRT. SUPERIOR IN SHAPE, QUALITY OF MATE RIAL, AND DURABILITY, TO ANY BKIUT.WOttS. THIS SKIRT HAS KEEN ACCEPTED by Stewart, of New York, for his , FINEST RETAIL TRADE, and Is pronounced tn be the most perfect el' the many sulesollered to the public. One glance will satisfy everybody that this is The Perfection of Hoop Skirts. For sale, in all sires, by MILLS, SCHERMERnORN & CO., 183 South High street, Columbus Ohio. septll WM. MONYPENNY, Forwarding & Coniniiss'ii Merchant, DEALER IM GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, FLOUR, AVI I IS ICY, WISHES TO INFORM THE PURLIC that he has just completed the larce and enn Tehlci t tire proof brick Warehouse on tho west side of the Scinlo river, near tlie west end of the Na tional Itririge. Hois now preparetUo pay tbe high est market price in CASU for all the Corn, Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats, Ao., that may be ofTored. Beine favorably located, with tho river on one siilo and the Railroad track on tbe other side of the House, will pay particular at tention to receiving and forwardingall kinds ol pro duoe and heavy o ds, and make ctsa advances on opnigiuiients of producegoing either east or west. Office on Frank st. close to Warehouse dec5 dOm WM. MONYPENNY, J 'll idecs-dtf AGIUCtJLTTJRAL qHE ONLV COin PANT EXCLUSIVE' X 1 ty devoted to th.; Manufacture of Agrioultural Ihiplemonjeat- , , , . ,..,,;., ,. rprijes sxArrn: capital. 'The Company is the exclusive manufacturers of many df the most approved iuiplf meuta of husband ry the. favorite . . .;! ; , . - Oombincil ' Mower,', Reaper wid ' Eelf-Rakcrl Corn. Planters, .,'.. I Ridina; Plow., ' ' i ..i. , " . , Marronraj Jjrayden'a'. Patent Water v Drawers, ' aXEV PICK, HAMMER t ...! ..if 'And father Hahdlesi ' ' ' , j I Jladeof the beet Hickory and Ash;;.'," (fiPACKINO) BOXES; y Of every description; with all other articles Vithin the scope oi theirtrade. ' --k .... ALL RBfAllIS ATTENDED Id PIIOMPTLY'i l!! ' Agents wanted fn every State in the tTqlen for tbe shleof Hayden's Water Drawer, i :. .. i The highest prioe paid for lecopd-growth Hickory andAsli.,, ., .,., . J0(N Pup.t,. I Office and Factory) 1 West and' National read l)riiiM. ' i.. ..,) -Liu- i ..; i BON-TON FLEXIBLE.! IBM-TON FLEXIBLE 1 miim r mm mm Report of the Postmaster General. Thfi annual Report of Portrtmatcr Gii erul Dennison is a very complete and con cife document, fiirnlfhlnj? in a vractleal form i Ratlsfiiotory view of tlie bnslnesa of the Postolllce Department during the llscal year ending June 30, 18C5. THE REVENUES of the department were $14,650,158.70 ex penditure $13,004,728.28, leaving a surplus of $801,430.4 an increase of revenue , of 17 )er cent.' The expenditDrea for the curr. rent year are estimated at l&G'ft.OOO; re-, Cflipts. $17470,543; delUit, $1,207,457. -No gpocial appropriation, says Mr. leni)lson, will be required to meet this dellcit, as pre vious appropriations arc st LI L unexpended. An appropriation of $500,000 Is, however, t recommended for tliepaymentof steamship mail service. ' The department has issued 37,410,455 ' postage .atamps, representing $12,009,7S7.50; 25.W0.425 stamped envelopes, representing $724,135.00; 1.105.750 stamped wrappers, rvprvsentiri" $23,315.00, making a totnl of $12,r47,437.50y being an increase oi $L,873,10!j over the previous year. The sales amounted to $12,300,727.85, vi increa.c of $1,023,138.27. ' The 1'ostmastei' General gays: " "The Introduction of stamped envelopes bearing a request for the return to the writers of unclaimed letters has consider ably increased the sale of envelopes, and is believed to have diminished the returns to the Iead Letter oflloe. "Business cards are printed on envelopes without additional eoht when ordered in quantities not less than one thousand for the same parties. ' . "To encourage the purchase of request envelopes, thelaw should be changed so as to. allow the return of such letters to the wri ters free ol postage. "As stamped envelopes are cancelled by use, and therefore sater against fraud than those with stamps attached, it is submitted whether the Postmaster General should not be authorized in hi discretion to lurnish them as tlie separate stamps are now, without reference to the cost of manufac ture." The following figures show the receipts and expenditures of the department from January 1, 1S31, to June 30, 1605 : Veiroeale receipts .....) sn.SM 47 Agiiregute expenditures - HU,7tH,sel.SB Deficit : .... 44,436,987.12 Avorairo rcoip?s per annum Average expenditures per annum... ...tB.Me,M1.8T ... 7,94,I7C.4S Average deficit per annum ..ls8,Ui8.Ul CONTRACTS. The aggregate length of the mnil routes, June 3l!, 1805 of which there were G.012 In number was 142 340 miles, costing $G,2l(T, 884 per annum. The cost per mile wai, by railroad lljijc, steamboat 14c, celerity, etc., 10c. Tlie increased length of routes was 3,108 miles, and of cost $528,415. Pines to the amount of $50,443.37 have been col lected lrom contractors. In relation to the experiment of railway postollices, we quote : "Uailway postollices have been establish ed on several leading railroads, and ar rangements are in progress for their in troduction on other lines. The result, so lar, encourages the hope that the system, by accelerating the transmission of corres pondence, and lesseuing the number ot distributing offices, will be of permanent advantage to the postal interests ot the country." Ou the subject of mall service in the re constructed States, the Keport states: iiTho number of routesordered into oper ation in States lately in rebellion is 241; their length 18,7404 miles; and compensa tion 721,940; a reduction, compared with former cost of service in those States, of $S81,100 per annum. This, however, re sults in part from reduced service, which, If increased to the standard of frequency previous to the war, on tlie present rates of pay, tho cost would lie - 'For railroad service $550,053, instead of $080,305 per annum. "For 'star' service $2C0,848, Instead of $320,025 per annum. 1 "For steamboat service, which having been increased, estimated at former number ot trips, is $03,501, Instead of $203,008 per annum, making the aggregate pay pro rata for all the service 8MJ,402. instead of $1, 003.058 per annum; showing an aggregate decrease pro rata ot $722,050 per auuuui." FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE. The report states the general results of the foreign mail service as follows : "The aggregate postages, sea, inland, and foreign, upon the correspondence ex changed with foreign Owunti les, amounted tn $1,810,028.50; of which amount. $1 440, 530.7G accrued on the mails exchanged with Great Britain, France, Prussia, Drenien,' Hamburg and Belgium,' $275,107.00 on the malls exchanged with the British i'orth American Provinces; and . $05,200.74 on dim mails transmitted to and iroiu the Kest Indies, Central and South America. ! "The amounts of United States postage, sea and inland, were: . On the conospondence exchanccd with Klreat Briiaiu and the continent of i Europe. 870,159 .81 the lint i.'li North American Provinces Hi-.',4r5.M And on West Indies, Ceutial and South , . American mails 95,200.74 ! ", ". ' ' . . $M7,3 83 i "The cost of the United States trans Atlantic service performed by, steamships receiving the sea postage only was $405,-, 479.00." ... , , :."..,;,! .'. . ." ... APPOINTMENTS. J The nnmber of postolilces established on June 30th, 1805, includingsuspended orlices in the Southern States, was 28,882; new ollices establiihcd during the year, 5S0; ollices discontinued, 582; changes of names and sites, 500. Total appointments during tlie year, 5,447. ' I " The free.delivery system has been dis continued at twenty-two ot the smaller olHees, and Is now in operation in forty-five of the principal cities. The number of car riers employed was 757. at an aggregate compensation of 448,664.51.' . DEAD LETTERS. I The Report states that , - i " The number ol dead letters received, ' examined, and -disposed vf was 4,308,087, an increase of 850,202 over the previous year. , j " The niHnber ooittaining'money,' and re mailed to owners, was 42.154, with iuelo snres amounting to $244,373.97. . Ot these, 35,208, containing $210,954.00, were deliver ed, leaving: 6,886 undelivered, ;wltlt.iuoo-. sures oi the value of $33,410.07. nine num ber containing sums less than; one dollar was 10,700, amounting to $4,647.23, of which. 12,008, containing $3,577.02, were delivered, to tlie Writers, . ..n -f-.-.t ( .-', -t ,t.,n , , The number of registered letters iand packages was 3,900," ; -;. t . .!)!! .i. ,ciniri:o POSTAL MONEY-ORDER SYSTEM. ! i "The b'nmber ot offices is 419," IriWiidlrig fihose in the Pacific States and Territories, and some. of the principal otficest la the, Southern States." Orders have been Issued : ior' putting into operation fllty-five addi tional ollices. Ji ' "v-;T , Hiwiiw lh ,r.u t87T.-Dl th.'-'" 7 ' ' ""il ' value of....' .....L.. I WoOJM.SJ The number paid was , w.Wi,.ot tne vaiue ui wi,ij ,., n,i.n;i dd auiou"' repaid to purcB88er.'...-..v.."" maow . ii.vo j.i:l ',.;(t .iit'T .A . ( ' Amooateatstaadiati u.ttisAiail rrrs.ifs i t t ' ''The nnmberof duplicate orders was422. Of these 355 were Issued to replace originals loft lu the mails;, 03 invalidated by age and . 8 by illegal indorsements. ' . 1 'The receipts were: Vees on original ordors....77.V..T. $ 11,402.95 Fees on duplicate orders... .t Ir..... r 71.95 l'teuiium ou exobAiige.... ....... .( 1 1.90 ll,t3ti.40 . "The expcndltureswcre:, Corfiinisslons.to postmasters.'.! 4,220 it '"'TX Clerk-hire... s.ar.uW ' Hooks and stationery t . . r tl 'I'rviuiuius on drafts Ml JO ff lliscellanctinn,includingfumi- ' 1 " ' '.'! f tureand fixturoe 3CP0.C8 , , , .' 1 : , . ' W'ff 4 Excess of eTpcndltiires..'. ...,.i.....;i.'i. . 7,U47.lr7,i The report expresses the opinion that tlie time will soon come when the Increasing prosperity ot tho -country ami the conse- . quetit inereased business'ol the department, it will justify a reduction in the rates of .-. postage, and recommend that this rinliic ; tlon be carried outas fast at possible with-.,,: out reducing tho postal revenue below Uie postal expenses. j. ..... i i , , ,i, .M,A The abolition of the franking privilege Is recommended as a means ol making tho ,A postal departmont self-sustaining.. ,,' I he total cost ot the five principal routes . connectinz at points on the Western plains .. 13 vi,iuu,74J total ot receipts, i;o.U(.-i.; . , excess ot pay over receipts, $1,135,810.05. , Cleveland Leader. Report the Secretary of the Navy. Secretary Welles nljearscg In his report the immensity of the task of organizing tbe Navy, and maintaining the blockade, and -. the operations of our Heels toward tlie close ' of the war. In lour years the navy added 208 (steam) vessels and 43,000 men to its , rolls, beside purchasing 418 vessels, of -which 313 were ' steamer, which on salo -' have depreciated in value $12,700,000, The conduct of England in building aud equip- ping privateers and blockade runners is re ferred toin emphatic terms, and an enlarge- merit aud perfection of our navy yards Is ' urged that we may be prepared for future emergencies. There are now five squad rons of national vessels on the coast of ' Europe (7). Ura.il (10). East India (4). Pa cilie (11), West India (8). At the highest period of efllcicncy of tlie blockadingsquad rons,in January last, there were 471 vessels,' with 21.550 guns. Of prizes there have been captured of all kinds 1.151 vessels, of which 210 were steamers; rams and gunboats, 17; and 355 of all kinds have been sunk; or destroyed. The estimated value of those sunk or captured is over $31,000,000. The amount of prizes condemned up to the 1st November is $21,829 543.00, aud a number '! of importantcases are still beforetliecourts. ' Most of the whole has been British prop- : erty. ----- - ..... There are on the pension ril 2,027, re-.. celvingan annual sum of $219,529 50. An increase of the salaries of ollicers and clerks is asked for. The resources of the depart ment for the fiscal year were $140,001,125.- ' 00, aud the expenditures, $110,781,075.95, ,, which, together with unexpended appro- f illations and those for the present year, eaves a balance for estimated current ex penses of $142,201,919.40, exclusive of the -proceeds ol sales ot vessels, tc. The work- , ing expenses of the navy for the year end ing June 3. 1S07. are estimated at a little ' lesa than $24,000,000. The Secretary oilers some suggestions for . 7 tlie laying-up of ironclads; location of a Naval Academy, and lor the education of seamen. He concludes by stating that the 1 navy Is in a state of excellent physical and ' moral efficiency; congratulates Uie country, ; his subordinates and himself upon the sue-. 1 cess of their past labors, and commends the naval force to the cherishing care of the Government as the best hope of our nation- .. —N. Y. Tribune. [From the Nashville Gazette.] What is to be Done with the Soldiers? When the war policy, of emancipation was adopted by President Lincoln, we an- -ticipated and spoke of the embarrassment to be thrown upon the Government, in di.s- 1 posing of negro soldiers upon the return : of peace. : For this we were duly de nounced as Copperhead mid traitor. Tbe -embarrassment is now duly upon us, and the Copperhead New York Tribune 6tatea it ; as follows : . I "The Government is now pressed pv the ; ex-rebels to disband its' black soldiers forth with. It is doing so as fast as It can. But what Is to become of those soldiers f Many " if not most of them dare not return to the ; hoiiirs they left to en&'r the Union service. They knew they would be hunted down , and killed by their badly reconstructed Whig neighbors. . A great deal is said, with. . p.u-tiul truth, of mortality raging among j. Uie ignorant, needy, vagr tut freeifuien; but , ttiis is nothing to what it will be if ever -. our Union soldiers attempt to rejoin their if' wives aud children in the slaveWding sec--,, Uons of the South. .Hence we are appris-.. 1 ed that thousands are looking anxiously 1 to the North and to Kansas foe future s homes." . ' ... . I It tho Tribune is right in its estimate of , . the case, aud it probably Is, wh it luduod is to become of the negroes in the army?,, Are they to be kept there during their lives, or Is an army to bo maintained, for their protection, in every county of tho- 0 South, or shall they go .North with their ; wives and children t VclI,:we had nopart.jj In creating the dilUeulty, aud refer its sot-.' tlomentto thoso who had. , .! , VV, i : . i I '..iitjij..;s Stamps on Subscriptions. j We find In aa exehange the following re .1 ported decision of' the Commlsslouet tot iiiLeinua . revenue ; ' , , ,,, , I In the case of subscription list, whore 1 the heading involves a promise to Day the 1 sum annexed, the party signing is liable to the stamp-duty required on : promissory-, , notes unless he pay the amouut annexed his.i, name at, the time of signature; Iq which y, case the signing of his name should be re-i-; garded as a mere partot a memorandum.! 1 r Where the heading of a list involve: ft ( condition on which thesubsurlbers will pay r the sum annexed to their names, theiaeaori, .rr signature is lield to create au agreement ,., Btibjecttoa duty of llveponts. -..i i,n '-This decision applies to those Who iuo-i scribe fbi1 books sold by canvassers, and $6 '"" subscriptions for charitable purposes.1 , 1 '!,"J it 1 YTT1LL BE HECE1VED AX THIS OFs J TIi- flea uutilu ,;rn;t 11 1 li vuhhi ItHondsiw.the lllh day of Iei.1885, 1 AtSo'etnekP. f .tor doiea the followinr wnrb ami to furnishing the material for the saeie. to-iwitm . i nn , k or grading and paving tbe anpaved sidewalks. , gutters and croestng.i on the north side of Friend , street, from P.ast Public lane to the east Corpora- '' tlon line. exeeoitng thatat.of the sams'Ivinff i f front of th ground oecseied: by the llm& Asylum ,t owned by tbo Staty of Ohio, . . . . . ;, tSTo grade and pave the unpaved gutters and 6fois3''J ings, and to grade and gravel the mi paved sidewalk iJ qn vhe. south side of friend street, fiom Heioto tj street to Canal a treat, and aiq gravel the rqad 1 H Way of the sumo. , ' , , . Thahlds will be opened bt tbe onmmltti .f 'it City Council fer the, Wards in which th several"- improvement are located, aad ;the right. t Mjeog hny orall of the bids will be. claimed bj the 00 ia- ! rtiittees. '-'.'..' ' 1 0 nnttees J 1 'iniH''V ', t ' 'Vy.W.POI.bArtDi 1 '" hA'.":.'" ."'''""Cl CiTil Knenaeer. )u City CivUn8Beer,'s pilioe. Deueuiber 8tU,.5,. 1 'S i-.i.J"iv'ssAte;pJeasopi:,' tioaJ Oil'J.'