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SETII V.". KliOWX, Ei-ncn. HBce, on Main Street, opp. Court House. j V m i rl,-i ! Jirron of !iipd a wyitii'" 'ci if - ' ' fchiamg is iuf starry TLn.ii;, A rlf: in llie uurkr cluiKia of vi-on-- - , , '! , I : : ! ' j ; ! .1 ' ;i mn "::a! u laul fwT" the .Aed: L Foreign Intervention. ( re t.ive reports that o!a. JiaDuIeoa t'".ks of ruiiing up in our affairs. Such a Curse cou'.i only end. in Lis own cis- e'jaitture." Eat' we mas; . never .think i -f yielding to lLa .? 'athern .Confederacy, cv u though X.'.po'.ooa s-hould j-in Lands r'. '. it.-' -.' , - . - must ntvar give op tue infantum of Ciaiuiainia the Uuion, eTtn in tie Lee of the allied Xations of tho werlj. .' The Re- Tnl'.ii must stand in all its ictegrity,wliole and pe-fct,. or it jr. ;.-t u'.l go down at once V. e must Lave left n3re1.ja .nt, no 1LL3 cnble 6h:'.doiv of what the Union ouee v.'as. e must Lve the vole of it or nothing, '" tlie separation of a part is ultimate, if ...ot inniisoule, dath n the whole.' Come . war v, i;'u France, come war with England, . come var wi:n Loth 'combined, cuma war m it "tuay, v,e must ntvtr ji.:;j ?g ' iuck The warf r the presrvation cf the Uiron, n;ut be continued ic tha face of whatever epp'.s.lion may conic. ... Democrats of 1864. The right a15-aj3 Laj its CDeuiies." No frr. not even the justest, ever yet received the support of all these fjr whose benefit r' it was wageJ. There are tlwavs some who are cowards, who are lost to : patriotism. - Jtnd who are recreant-to their country. , Jveii cur revolutionary war, which 'was inaugurated, and carried oa agtiust ty runny, aad in favor rff.ee government, fead iis ppp.-sers, its rt!iH!ri.b!s tories, whose ' eemory liies oniy in the seorn and cou-. - tempt :cf honorable nieni'. And we- have stories in our'midrst new. Ti. ere are those in the North who would rise in open Be Kjliion against the 'govcrauKBt. to-day, if , they dared; and men who call themselves Democrats, 'are endeavoring to ereate a ' vpirit of resitanee igiinst the s-rvcrnment. - ' there any such in Grcctic countv? Arnold and Vallandigham. Some of the p. pors compare Vallaodig t 1 . r ? 11 iiam ij xieneuiofc Aruald. Jut in some respects there is 'no similarly 'between them. At the tirns: of tho Q icbec'cam pa.gn, m t!ie IieA-oiutiouary war, when Arnold went into Canada, he went asa pa .. tnot fcgutiug f.r Lis country. . But when Valianirgham went into Canada, he went as a ccui it ted traitor, toing all he could .against Lis country. .'Arnold for a' while opposed Lis country's enemies; Tallandig ham never did. Arnold foil from virtue ; Vallandigha m has been from the beginning in leagus with Jeff. Davis, and his prede cessor who was cast Out of Heaven in that other -Rebellion which - wa road 'about. Vaiiandigliam is the meaner traitor. ...... ber! y.'rf ' ed cars of we rain, i- Sheep Raising. Some cf our readers who arc engaged in the raising of theep, may be interested in the following little scrap cf hL-iory be ren The LLtorv nf th mw,fc nf :. .n - e " j ' . very curious, iittv rears aco not a pound - of fine wool was raised in the United ' States, in Great Eritan, or any other coua-r try except Spain. In tho Litter country, s' the Socks were ow 1 exclusively by the , Crown. In 1704,a suill fl ,ck was sent fo the Elector -of Saxony, as a present , from the King of Spain, wheuco tbe entire ;";( 'product cf Saxony wrou!, now of fcach immense value. Ia 1S03. during tha second invasion of Spain by the French, .. eoaie of the valuable crown fl ?cks . were - old to rarse money-. The Amerieani con .,, sul atLiebcn, Mr. Jarris purchased four f teen hundred head, and sent them to : this country. A portion cf the pure! un - mixed' merino blo:4 of these fiecks is to 1. . J. . . tr ..... - dc jouna iu 1 ennont at this time.' Such .Has the origin of tbe immense flocks of 7 '. '.;c? wooled sheep iu the United Srafes. general ' Va. that other homes. that W. folly would a journey Ohio State Sunday School Convention. , y ' ' Tcntion. ' ; :;.'A,Tlie-rifih Annual - State',' Subbath ' School .Convention will meet' in Chili- " eothe, on AVednesday, the'Soth day of llay,-183 tTllird'clqck, A. M.,.r ' ' iDulegittos'on payaent of - fail fare coming 'to the Convention will, on presentation of the certificate 'of "the tSecrctaryof their' attendance, be al rToweJto return free. All the rait-.rQads-in State,' tie stage- compan ,!03 and the Cirltmus M Portsmouth .rackets CfUiciH.-.-i' to ."reduce nienurrliy the iareof '.dejettes . by t he i r to p e c f i x- r o ii t Is.-: ' . . 1 . -': - . . ' Jraius-on the ,M;tnetU;:A Cihehi nitillanroad from 'th .West, arrive at- ctnacotiie i past .. 1 o'clock and iriat'.S'o'cIoei P.t 11. Froin thf East st roon dailv. Zzzjies fl-oin the i North at nopn aud' f'reii,in'.' . From 1 the South .-rTll A. jf.'.' Persons in aitrepdaj.X'c as delegates will be entcrttiijicd by ijie ertrcens free had kindly them Eut camp Stevenson the yet by ble men . , Ho duty Ninety-fourth? ere;atyon y-iiie by tuere, . The 1 seen by the of cLn re c Gt:. Urf.h has bt-t-ii' ."tipc-rscdedj' fnd Creiieral Iliihter tak'eu "his" plact-a-s connnuMdcr of M't-'-t Ti'-imu and th-tfbi.nsud.l(,u' V;-l!- '" What flue and Ctilombus. lliuuh hove dine State Board of School Examiners. The .State Board of Examiners of Common shcoo's met at the office of the State School Commissioner, Thurs day", a i I or-VnL'c' 07 the -lection t f M. F. Cowdrjr, I. csident, II T. Tar- j rr:r irecrctar? and T. V 1 J Harve Treasurer. TIie IJtfrarl after ' a Trief consulta j tioru adjourned until 8 o'clock I 31. jestcrJav. The Board 'Lave' agreed to issue throe rail of rr-rtiftrafps ii Principals, Superintendents and I Teachers of Common . ... Schools-A ! LiTi fctaiiuard ooth in regard tocien ; tiric attilnftieqts and moral character will be expected from those who apply for 'certificate's; Great -unanimity prevailed among tho members of the Hoard on different subjects presented in regard fat education and the qnal- fications necessary to make an efficient and acceptable teacher, " The Board will hold iU fust session for the examination of applicants' for certificates'at Toledo, Friday, on the 8 th of July, ISdl. The .proceedings and time fixed npon ta hold their ex aminations in thti State, -will appear in the next number of the Educational 2IontIi!y. Col. Jonr.'TtL ,:.- The 110th O. V. I. ' The following is a partial ILt oftthe kill ed and wounded in this Renimenf, which so eminently distinguished itself in the laLc battles of the Army of thtPutomac. KILLED. iMajor W. S. MeKIwain, of Xcnia, Jos. G. Hawkins, and Jos. I'atterson. " WOUNDED. Col. Ktifcr, Capt. Van Eaton, R. Fry, II. Cotteruian, J. Uilam, John Cotiknigbt, II.' Jacob, G. 'Whi'.ace, II; E. A. Max well, I; Sergt. W. JJeroer, F; T. Thom as, C; Samuel IIamiiton,E; Phillip Ulriet, K; Ellis L'llinon,' Malon P. Manson,- E; Patrick Dolan, Wcntworth Dukeshier, E; N. G. Adams, Vf. A.. J. Kirk wood, F; II. Thatcher, R; Corp. Eil's Walton, B; Lewis "Downey, F; John Whiteman, A. Ui!harn,A. J. Martin, Serg. R. .Pierson, Furnace, N. Powell, Corp. G. W. Wal ker, C. D. IJdiugs, S.. llance, Orvin Nol der, Alfred StraltoD, Corp. J.' W. Carson, II. Crapsey, H, Greene, S. Metcalf, Eiias iSIilh, P. i!i;Cormick,' Jocub Craspey. Letter from 154th. New Creek W. Ta., May IS 'Gi. Ms. Editor:'. "" ' "", , - '! llere in the mountains is a Ieve half a uiile l.mg and wide. . Through this va'loy runs the Baltimore & Ohio R. R., which every day brings 6'ddiers of the National Guards through our camn. We wash our bands' and faces in the waters of the Potomac, which rushes along the northern edge of the Valley, and separates us frem' the bills cf Maryland. ' Our camp is a few miles west of Cum space ni, Md. We arrived here Saturday . . . . I si., , . v, 1 1 ? 1 . .1 r r 1.1 ociiiii", uiLcr, uu.ult uuuuit.'u in - ireieu " 01 Sunday afternoon we were fairly iiiitiat- -into .the reali'.'ies of soldiering in thei . - . .1 witn. sum - accommodations. But for more than 50 hourj. Ou Sunday, we had the exquis'itc pleasure setting up dog tentsr while ir rained ; these tents ar abut four feet high, so that have to get down on our hands and j knees to get into them, i witli. sum - accommodalions. lint Monday morniog found the boys in a jrood . . . - . 1 humor, and cheerfully attending to their duties, taking care cf themselves, and pro- e .1 e . ., iu;n iorice iu;nre as well as thev could OUR TRIP. Caa:p Ddnnisoa had its pkasantand unpleasant assotiates. It was pleasant to greeted. bylova! men, women and child- w ' ' ' v I with many demonstrations of good will us. It was intnestinfr to meet new " nA t,. d-,,,, ,.t 1 """"c" country so different in the peculiarities of I r r ji , . I , twU.v,. ins 01 sppcaranee'bf evcrythiug.. ' The patriotic part of the people'of W. seemed to tako delight in 'showing their sympathy was with Union sol diers by waving beautiful fiags and giving evidences of loyalty. '"' Eut much as we may admire tbese peo ple wo think (hey have nolchosen a very desirable portion of the world for (heir . . The bnys of the 154ih regiment declare the whole wilderness of mouotains in Ya. is not worth living in sod great would be shown by any man- who deliberately tffet up his life for such rough country.; -. , Some of the disagreeable features of our were living on hard biscuit and sleepirgoa the floor of the cars with scarc room enough to turn ever. thoughtful friend' of minein Co. F. provided a box of provisions, and insisted, that I should share with and how could I refuse?. ' hercwe are pleasantly situated, our in good order for our good Colonel mates it his business to have regiment juit what itonght to he, and his unsuuiing manners and socia qualities ho has won the love of the ttuder his command." '"' , pots on no unnecessary 'style.'" The of th:sreiu;en'ii to guard this post, men were detailed for pick- tuemonntain to-cla... . rest of the men improve their :fime drilling and peiforming whatever- woik is recju'red. . same- choer.'ulness and" interest ' is heia in Cuiuy Jes.-io tEat was shown N.Cs ia Camp Denuisnn'. "' "' Tours (Sco . E, rnd cd vi hi rood. feel and to of of J !"':"'- - of mav . arrive Well Done Ohio. Ohio has done in furnishing tho Hundred Jl.nys. Men, is rry fully very wed t Id m the letter, from .Suiiioe-ii to sn Go-einor tcirdered 50.000. ;and "34,000 been furnifhudflud nil ill's was withiu tonjtoy. Well- d"i.e Ohio.' zens; who , ie all which are 01 'nt OUR WOUNDED OHIO SOLDIERS. Appeal from Governor Brough. State or Ohio, Exccctivs Dcpabtkest, ) C0LI HBL3, ilijr 16 JS64. j 1 J the jprct$ of Ohio : The Ohio lUlicf Association calb eara- cstly on' me for aid in the way of srpplies of clctLir and fruit li-ronr wounded men on tie Potoniae. -The membere of "the Association, with a Lumber of prominent fr'y wkh ,ni0n.ej lnt. Can DOt citizens of Ohio, arc at Fredericksburg aalcn tbe battlefields, jrathering Tip and caring for the wounded. I Lave famished j ; boy supplies of this kind with it. -They are duiuir the work without charge. Thcv only aik aid ia this form. ' Is'Ohio'cx hausted ? Shall, her own reikf associations call upon her people for aid to Ohio sol- Uiers in via ? This association . was first on the groand, and liberally supplied at the outset, has exhausted itself.. It cares first' fur Ohio" men, and next for all men ho require aid. It has no high salaried ofEeers that stay at home and send hired servants . to care f it wounded men, and deal stores through the slow process of surgeons' orders, and the tender mercies of the hospital stewards. The members are in the field themselves gathering; up wounded men, and ministering to their , wants. Some of their best citizens of Ohio have volunteered their services, and are with the Association. They call for help. A noble Ohio association calls cnOhiociti zensfor supplies forOtiio soldiers bleeding from wounds and suffering with pain on (he battle field of Virginia. . "Will you help them?, "Who thall stand between you and this call? Beware of those who, liv ing on the proceeds tf the public bounty, appeal to your prejudice, . maiign and tra duce jour p alive fanatici cuantaWe Uistituuon. inrow all this away, is no ume lor contests ot tbis kind, Ohi soldiers call unto Ohio fur help. An .ckiM nf ,-,;..;. .f,. rui. e c. .. n - , zeus ui our uwa ciaie cau on our peep e . aid them in this emergency. We want for a State association to relieve our own soldiers. Will yon give it? The answer and the consequences are both alike - , T. , 4. . , """'Tt --"y-'"j"'inS ui tue kind needed, sendit aircct to our State Agent, Mr. James C. Wetmore, Washing- City, who will promptly forward it to . t . c ,.' J r ublicc2ieers(and sttlve to keep . e ' . ' .ism for any particular form of Timo is precious. (Signed) . ' "V; Jons Brough. Relief Families of the National Guard. :'" ? ' Tee State or Ohio, E.x'vb Dep't, . ; 1 COLOXBCft, Way 16, 1864. To Mditarg Commiltce of Greene Co. Lpou more careful . examination of the provisions of the Belief Lw. I feel con- strained to change ray former position as to luengnioi ianmes 01 me National Guard to its besefits. They have the eame rights as families of oiher soldiers in the service. Still, our peofle shoald bear in mind -that wiiu. tue large .uu. ls.lc, Ul Boiuiers, mis mna ...II , . 1 . ; i 1 ., . m. 1 ..... huct u- BBvuieiy ourtaenea im taxation was made ou th. h,ai. f m. quotas under the calls We have now added u.er uunj mousanu -men ; ana to that ex-1 tent uave increasea uie uuniljer'of fainil p? I that will require aid. TherefoKi. nBt . sary that ire should- add the fund, by vol- e addition thus made to the uilies of soldiers, this' fund n'"y.-c"nhutioti,'to' the extent, at least, ot this increase of its Habilitv. Yon RlmnlH . - -.-. 11 pe that Tfir nun rvmmioa; i v , wuiuuiiaaiuiicis icvy the discretionary tax for this year; or, st least have a clear record of a refusal to do so-.- " . . Some complaints in regard to the action of Trustees in the distribution of this fund are answered in this form : 1st. It is asked, where the absent soldier owns a house aad lot or a small tract of land on which bin fjimitv ro.;.!. ;a r ilj thereby debarred from relief? Certainly i-tue Pperty, independent of 'u.maiuas Jor me iainuv, is pro- ductive of the means of mnMrt; ;t it productive property be an incumbrance, in tue av iji i.aiKS iliki firirr p v no n quo and well-nieaniug men should not have on. anr trouble in deciding questions of this' kind. A he!nlos8 famiiv mn v nnt hi bMo in produce, its ordinary inclnstrv and. econnmv. ccJ,5i,d to comfortably? If so, the aid should be extendoiL I( nrt M.. 1. A. kind. , A helpless family moy not be able to work ground, even to a partial - extent of a livelihood, fte simple question with Lc- tical men should be : Does the familvconsid- t ering all its circumstances, hs caDabilitv tn mJ that in'a fsw cases Trustees are represented d,ec,idiRg that where the family held a BmBn tWM ?,.a' en.t.,r.el-v ""productive, it was not entuieu to rciietuntil trie property be S0.1J' ?nd iis Pfocel3 consumed. Such a'pos- u 13 ui. tuiiaiiLv uiine wun ine 'provisions tue law, nna the uictatcs ot humanitv. tion by our the city, d er id. It is asked, whether the familv of a dp. ceased Boldier in receipt of a government pension, is entitled to relief ?. The answer depends upon the circumstances, sensibly viewed. Is the pension, considering the sire helplessness of the fumilv. sufficient for i i 11 iiul. icnei &uuuia oe extent!- 1 frem the fund, and the amount of Jhe ren- lLr locisio oe mKen into trio account when equalizing iue fund in the townshin. pri Other questions that may arise should be I settled, nut by the strict rules of lecal rotmcment, but upon tbe principles fiiavutji cimuuiou Bensff. . i ue trust snould no liberally and honestly construed. There is no requirment to practice a niggard ly economy, but to fairiy distribute the fund the spirit of justice and humanitv. and accomplUk with it the greatest amount of .- - : In coses where the Military Committees warranted in going so, they can relieve themselves of some lapor and rcsnonsibilitv probably secure a more equitable distri bution, by apportioning the voluntary contri bution! amongthe Townships, upon the basis adopted by the County Commissioners, and handing tho amount to the Township Trustees, be paid out in the same manner, as a part (he relier fund. r Please have this circular published in your ,-;-.: !''' . . -.. : Very respectful! v, " ' JOHN BROUGH. An Important Circular. The Provost Marshal General has the following circular which is importance to .the. public at p the present tune : r .. . Office' of A;; A. Pm' Marshal -'"Gen'l for Oiuo,Colu.mbus, Oiiior , a May 19, 1864. Circular No. 61. "Hie 56th 'eection . of . tile "-amended FnrolfmcnifActj . approved. February 24tfr;i864r'9vides "That the Jdoards the Enrollment shall enroll. all per sons liable to ,tue draft undcrthe pro visions an "aniendment . whoe narar-j. have been cmiittpil W iV iranc'' - w. ........ . , UlVUll ehro!lin3o3ij?rs:aIl nersortstv'vi Khnll nt the age of twenty vears be. the draft; all aliens who shall their intention to become oiti- all persons discharged from' the BiH'iiary service of the Vnited States have not been" iu ' such serrice -i . , ,1 ycnisiiurmgiue present; war; nnd persons of this act and the-. act 'to this Is au nmendment, but who not cxemplcd by the .provisions act, ami ...ii-l Hoards of LiirolN M sh'al rplcaic and di,3ch;n-g; from the draft, all persons, who between the time of the enrollment and the ctratt snail have arrived at the age of forty-five years, and strike the names of such persons from the enrollment." It is desired that t:s revision pre scribed in the foreois. sectu a be completed at the earliest pot ,ible moment, and thexiUiCDS-of each w.trd nd township are solicited to assist in the work. It is plainly their in- terest to Lave striken" from the lists" ail names improperly enrolled, , be cause an' excess of names increases the qaota called for from such town ships andwai-ds, and those" who"" are liable to draft, suffer ia being -compelled to furnish more .than their inter est to have all men enrolled who are able to perform military duty as the increase of the aggregate lumber lia ble to draft, enlarges the proportion of the number, who. escape draft. A strong motive to further this labor should be that those who most skill fully evade enaollraent are the men who can be best spared to .assist ' the army, and are least useful to the com munity. -It is, however, believed that that a call for thi aid will meet with already and cbeerful response as has been given to all other requests of the 1 1 vrovernmeni wnen prompt action was required. , .. .-, By order. ; ' : Colonel J. H. POTTER, A. A Pro.-3Ish'l Gen'l for Ohio. L. V. BiEacE, ilajor and A. A Gen'l. THE WAR. BY TELEGRAPH. BY TELEGRAPH. Arrival of Wadsworth's Body---Reffugee's Story. worth's body has arrived and will be taken x'orm to-morrow. The rebels bad interred lt la a hlack comn. -' It was too much de- composed 10 embalm.' A teiograpbic mtssenirer emnloved in p., " i, v. ; - letertburg, who has just escaped, informs nie that Beauregard has been re-enforced by Ransom's division, and th rebels were wdiag their fosces into Richmond by ""f Janvnie . . ne states that there are five iron-clads at Bjchmond, ud'thit then ire lean bat- terieson the James river from Warwick's to Drury 8 B;nff. . He believes that -the reb- is are making every -effort to pat their strenn in ijee sarmr asramst lieut.-Gen u '""i Maj'l8.-A 'special' to the Bulletin, says:" Washington, May 13.-Gen. Wads- jrant. fie says the prevailing opinion in the country around Richmond is that if thev cau hold the Capital during the campaign tae war will terminate; consequently. every effort is directed to its defend. . J he rebels have great confidence in the ;enera'slup of Lee, and express the belief that the works of Richmond would have fallen a week since with any other com mander. '.-.''': . ' The Situation on Tuesday. Still nolcls 115 Jin nnWhivnct SnnH. J ................ M w . . . w . i mi r ojivama. Xlle lull supply Ot rations our meQ is kept up, and there will oe no Oelay on that account. T . 1 1 j 1 .1 1 Breckinridge's, and other rebel lorces nave not joined Lee, and are Xew York, May v 18. The, Trib une s special, dated at Grant's head-4 quarters on the 17th, says tho , enemy still holds his line northwest of Spott- reported busy guarding Lee's commu- - .-. 0 mji, 1 in. NEW YORK, May 22. The nerald' s corresDondence. ;. near Spottsylvania, May' -21, says our troops were moving all iii;ht to a new posi tion. This morninir erenciral headauar. ters are broken up, and nearly the whole army is in motion, : rrecisely where our next halting place will be, time alone can determine. Tne general expectation is that we shall have hard fighting, immediately. ' ; Another correspondent says the .fight Thursday night, . iu , which 0 the" raw heavy artillery acted 0 handsomely, our .mc l..t i.jc ii - 1 ' 11 their failure to turn our rio-bt The Ninth Corps now occupies a posi - i r.. ,. S . r was but half the number erii'mllv r,fr,A ? J , reba- teamster says their loss ouoie ours, and representfii the ece- as being very much; chacrined at in advance oftwQ lines of works held the enemy a few days since, so that progress if slow, is at least sure 'aad steady. .' ,. . ,, . ;. , ; Pittsbcrg, May 18.' The office of Hand Telegraph Company, in this was closed to-night by the Pro vost Marshal and the emDloves Dut un- . . X arrest. - . Cleveland, May 10. S- B.' Sen- .1 . t . W',S electea mayor Ot : Oleveland yusieruay, in Tjiace 01 iiiaster, resign- .. Grant Preparing for the Greatest Battle of the War. Special to N. Y. Post. Although there was no heavy fight ing yesterday morning between "the two armies in Virginia, ,. .it is known that Gen. Grant'is prepamng for the greatest contest'of the war. ? PHILDELPHIA, May 20. ' special from Washington to the Bulletin says that the gt.ir states that the skirmi-hes in Grant's army -for the last few days has been in, our favor. The rebels confess a .want of supplies. A large number of rebel prisoners, were taken in the battle on Wednesday. NEW YORK, May 20. , The forger of the recent proclamation, purporting to have been issued by Presi dent Lincoln, has been arrested, and confesses th.it he palmed it off on the journals here, for guld and stock opera tions. . His name is stated to he Howard, newspaper reporter. ' ' ' ' - - NEW YORK, May 22. A Fortress Monroe dispatch of the 20th to the IlcrHd, states. that( squads rebel prisoners continue .to arrive iu dilapidated ; condition, who, express the hope that the campaign will be clos ed coon .10 preverii their exchange, , , Sheridan's -force ,bas - left llaxaU'a Landing, and will soon " bo hoard fWia Lee Re-enforced---Both Armies Preparing for the Next Battle. [Special to the Post. WASHINGTON May 18. Iuformnfion received at tin Hi, 'n.i 1 n, leivcs no doubt that the rebels r roementa from the I eD(i,iD8 TP T-'r ooiiui l lw: s- rurv. Huth nrmit-s ur actively preparing for the next conflict. . . . .-, .' t , The n-eutlier is good far lailiUru l0per. tiuns. Sasu Mru-KH J. WASHINGTON May 18. prisoNers cP"iied by General Crmit li ne been eut Nor'h hy ttcamtn. TXilZ GREAT i ; ' : i i f-Or-'- mt I M 1. 1 If u im mil iiriimi n m in, mit ' J)f. Geo. 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To remove prejudice and esuousu iruifl, ene thing only is requisite in this tbe consumer is more interested than the nroorietor all who do not practically teat this Ralief are not capable of criticising, but all who do and find no benefit therefrom, shall hare their money refunded. DE. Ge BARBER'S J7EGTORAT1VE PILLS, For the Speedy and permanent enre of all complaints that arise from a disordered lir which is ths Constipation of the system, pro ducing paralysis of the limbs, Ferer, old Ulcers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sallow 6kin, Jaundice, Dullness, Drowsy feeling are all caused by a torpii Liver. - , ; These Tills I have proscribed for the past 20 years in my pracriee, treating chronio diseims, and as macb success as uiany of my profession. Only one pill is a dose taken at night, in severe of Fever two may be taken by a person of habits, and the following night take one, omit night and take one pill; this is sufficient in cases. They will cure Diarrhea- because they remove the cause of the complaint. This is reason able practice. 2D H Afy Remedies have been used for many years in my practice with much success, in chronic diseases exclusively. The public can rest assured that they are good and will do them gwd. Where the Ue liof is used the 1'iU must be taken as directed on tho label of directions. - In Neuralgia, and Rheumatism, Livercomplaints Ac. Look well to your labels, and see that you have tho genuine, ily private mark and signa ture is on each label of the viaL . The Relief FROM "ALL':PAiPI' is the most popular Remedy ever seen for pain of all kind, tested by thousands of the first families of the couatry, East and West It has been tried well, and approved without the patronage of the Press, formerly. I shall use the Press as a medium to let the masses of tha people know where to find it and rive the public tbe priviiedtre of cettinir cored for a small amount of monev. TESTI0OlsrXAJLiS. -XX A jlX yoo -A. Fifth Street Horse Acctio, ' Cincinnati, O., Jan. 30, 1800. -Da. BARBEErrDear-Sii- Havinr been af flicted with a sore foot, at intervals for twen ty years, and particularly for the last seven mouths, having been unable to wear a sock or a shoe until J was persuaded by some of my friends who had tried your Instantaneous Re lief Liniment successfully, when in a few minutes, all pain ceased and all swelling and inflamation subsided, and I am now welL I send you this certificate, hoping it may meet tae eyes 01 otners who are suttering as much as I have, and I am certain it will give them immeuiaie renei. : ... , 1 I am sir, yours respectfully, : . , HENKY J. KIDER. We have a hundred test'raoninls equally as conclusive as to tho merits and afKeanv nf ,1,1. liniment: we refer oniy to "the fulluwiuir: Johx Axnrrsos, 3Irjh.inl,Bidti8vre, Mi " ' Cou V, GntsTNt-r, L'owicj's Wharfs Baltimore, Opt. Sti'bokxt, Sieamboat Keur. " A. J. Ftsimn, Merohant, -. '.' ' Mrs. F,. Kgnmard, No, 703 Baltimore St. " ' Mns. Kowks, No. "(13 Baltimore St..' .. "' -C. K. Thdxas, Lexington St - - " Isac W'ahkh, " . J. II. Honi.!TfcLi,.F.vetts U ' IIesrt Keur, ' " , Pstir Eiddlk. Holland St ' '"... Cured of Bheamatism. five yoars' standing. Charles (Jambiieu Flour Mi-rchant. Hiiltim.-i S.'Ker.voi,ns, Conncllsvillc, Pa. . ; Gusok, AUegheay City, Pa. SnAJi.NC.v, l'ituburgh, P. - ilAaniiDEit, M. D., Stiepenbtewn, V, If. SteVkxs, Cineinnati, Ohio. . . B. liAnmx, " . Ckorou Cknaix " Sasu ki Lkokard " ; 'l llkxitv Loxn, " it , . Mru-KH A Kastwoob, ' V. Conwis, rtTT ftritK- . ' Avsaess, , .'.'' ' :, Bit. o.barehii, Xenia,. Ohio. 1 JOHN MUItPHV, (la'i Abmt, Xeni, Ohio.' I;iy,ln, '(H-neCj ly ... . ; day all into oil cd. BOOKS, STATIOXESY, Tho undersigned, harms; .ateredjs: jartiwrsttV under the firm same of Flexnins & Bean, - - - " fll eontinus the ' . ' Book, Stationery, and 'Jewelry i, : ' Business at tbe old stand, .- v-.- - ' ; - '.'''. r "IS . 4 M ain Street, 1 ; : XEXIA, OHIO Xhfj will keep consUntly n band a full flock e School, n v;" - s . Theological, and : : : ' ; " " " . ' . iliscellaneous book: s, STATIONERY, TALL PAPER," axd The former patrons of the house, and 5od cash customers, are solicited 9 give ns a call, and exam ine our stock, before purchasing elsewhere. ... - - JOHN FLEMING, i..' " - - - ' ' - J0H5 P. DEAX . Xenis, Jan. 15, lS64.-nolO-tf " ' " ' I DIAEIES for 1864. GeneraLBirtler. in.Hew Orl .By Parton. -Muslin, 2. UUiiO) LETTERS TO THE JONESES, .. . By Timothy Titcomb; $1SST ' M AMBEE GODS. ,-' 1 By Miss Prescott; 51.50. 1 . For sale by . Harris & CJo. . havo 2D 2HI Hy r 3 j. F. PATTOX, H AVISO greatly enlarged and extended bis Drug Establishment, and correspondingly in creased his stock of Goods, is prepared to offor Great Inducemen t To customers. He invites his old customers and everybody else to call at the old stand, three doors west of the Post Office, and esainiuestockand prices. Prescriptions compounded with neatness and care. LAMPS, LAMPS. A FIXB assortment of Coal Oil Lamps, very -XX low, at- PATTON'S. VIOLINS, BOWS, Strings, Bridges, and even-thing that line at PATTON'S Coiigrhs, Ooiagdas. A TTEND to that cough in time, "delay is dan. jlX gerous." Yon can get a Balsam that will curt yoo at PAITON'S -A. LillGE STOCK OF Juvenile TOY BOOKS, At noJ - Ha rris & Co's TGILET S PERFUMERY, Extracts, Hnir Drsint;s, Fancv Good, and. NoUuns of all kinds at PATTON'S.' . Notice. Having told our entire interest ia the General Hardware, to Messrs, Hoover & Son's, we cordially rooommend them to our putrons D. lt. EBKIGHT & BRO a Xenia, March 22, 1804. , uol0-2t Notice. The partnerabip heretofore existing between the undersigned, waa matoally dissolved on the first nf December, l.Ofi.1 J,,ha Fleiuinc to collect debts, and pay aU liabilities. '..-,.- JOHN FLPMTNG, . , J- A. UcCrkOSKEV. Xsnia, Jan. 25, lSCl.-tf ' ' t Corrcsponierice. ," Please ladies, pour tha balm of consolation tny heart by writiuj to ma, before the monotony of soldiering renders me dumb to your charms. Photos exchanged if desir. Address C. P.'c II. Plih (.. V. 1., t hat (nnprtgi, Tennc;;cc. U'.-'Jl-lt be Ui-njainan F.'-t.Uei- Sam, love, It. ' e s : : DBY.GYOQDS FAXCY GOODS dc, 0CPER S HUTCHISON .tGAIX IX THE MAKliET with the very latest styles of . BREgS GOODS FRENCH - MERINO, 7 .V. EEAUTIFUL ' SHADE . . Green, Purple pue, Leather, Drsi. EXG1.ISH JIEEINO Xice Quality. ? ' "Blue, K-i)Trir Leather, Green. EMPRESS CLOTH.; . . , ... ;; r r , Epy.a Pul 5r:ert Green,.Taa, Brown.. WI NTER DELAI X ES (skat plaid xxd strike.) - - -": - . . SCARLET A11.1VOOI DELAIXE. furs i fursi-fursiF' T' VIC TORI XES, 5IUFFS, .'" i - H0OD3, a4 Ct FFS, KCBIA3, cash . I ' SKATING CAPi LADIES' FEIT AXB EEAYE2 KITS, Black, Brown, and Drab. s.RdF;s :. sahfs - Scarlet, Grceo, Blue SolferiaW, Blaclt.-- : ' .. . . . .-. . .. .. ' .--,---' -- y ., ' Cloaks & Cloaking Cloth. gsots ft shoes i ; M EX'S V A5EI3L BOC TS Water-proofJ BOTS' BOOTS Copperoed. ; ..:,.., 1 . . . ; MEN'S BROGAXS .Vo Split Leather. r,- k A V J LADIES' Gleve Kid Balmorals. LADIES' Goat and Kid Balmorals.' ' LADIES' Calf Balmorals. . - n MISSES' Xlf Scheol rarmorals. CHILDREN'S Balmorals Copper-toed. no5 SUIffiER TRADE. : ';.'; ' : - ? '; MERRICKf M?CLURE & CO.; Maan Street, Xenia, Ohio, havo now-oa exhibition Hie larpest and most 's' ' 'nttractiveJ sfock of ,, T0EEIGH" & A1IZRICAIJ : T DEI T GOODS! Cloths, Cassimeres, '. AND .... .... ; ' . '' ITS, . BOOTS, SHOES, . CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. They have ever before eETerei to tie Public Wcrwish als especial attention toourStock, of Black and Fancy; Dress AND ; Mantilla Silks Which is the largesrin this city. ' ' ?t ' 1 Thecholc-est sclecQon we Liver ever opened. Silk Baquines "" and Circulars, -Cloth, Sacques and . Circulars,New Scring and Summer Shawls at Low, Prices. Also Bonnets .Triming"s, Gloves Hosiery, Shelton Superior Hoop Skirts. PIANO FORTES, From -tire best Makers'lai" America, at less hu.i4 tuwuuuu I i :,:' . Our entire stock will be offered for CASH . 4 at the LOWEST MAJiKEI PRICES. ' "- Merrick, ircinre'A "Co. no2t. MaT 17th If If yuu ache, you. niiniries.- than neck hare have water and use my Sold My stamp. ' 8-ly : Don't "OOR JL entc ana do sacks era year by from to oie.iate facuity Chronic neglect water, and a 5'l era will keep your ' 6 i( 1 nati, Ohio. Greene County Probate Court. The foIlQjviug EAScnters Adinirristrators and Guardians havo filed their several accounts and vouchers in the ofgee of Said Ciitrt 'fur 8etttemeiUT with' the Court and i'io i :pje will for bavin? oa the' 9th d:i v of June lao-i: Joseph A. Burrows and Benjemnn F. Stiles Executors of the last will aud testament of Stiles deceased. Thotrms B. Curaniings Administrator of the estate of Eljah B. Ilartsock di'cesed, ' ' ; Jamss CI Mc Millian Administraror' of James P. Smart deceased. Moses Barlow Guardian of W. A. Pun(r field. - ;' . a . . . Joseph A. Burrows, JGuardiean David 3. Ilelmer and Altheda Ilulaier, G. W. Messier Guardeun of WiDian Mcs ler. Henry JIaliimor Gaardena of Rebecca 'A. '.- . . Mcnry MnUiniote Garthn of WiKiam U, Campboil and John Campbell. MvI7, ISlH. T. JIARSIIAlX, ri-obate Judpe To Notce! wil, be Orctue to lay -out'and mencing of Daniel of the Ross of Ohio;- l;vnd line Taylor, ry Stiuson lauds of Lucas West iuto road Grecno Mav lit" Correspondence. TWO " car and fcativo " sons of Uncle w ish lo hold correspondeuee with an in different number of (lie fair sei : subjtvt, fun or matrimony. Address A. K., or ()., I'ninpany II, ''I'k O. V. I., via. Ch.itta neoT'v Ttnneiits. - c?17 H Two i to Co. Ii. 1 with s I ed if de-ived. - Frank nolO-.'.t 2,000 luents ia inchrice r xi Ir, m u QEDMSS Roc E C T HOT These Enters are lot 0 I eublic as a rrl.'ctae that tbe -IK.1 lh.if Area Is sc!r t are sa honest, rclialit, ra aad are t2o!cal and if plater of the ; srsttm. I ai the country, especially la t I districts of the West an4 ' Iwhcri the? i oera lntroi I are recommenaca hj the Ph. I aencHdal tf takra la nroper ; ta accordance whs the dim I areventive tai cure for Tcrer j tiro Complaint, Bilious t'eve. EOSACS'S eitte: sis. Iadlges!!., Jaindlce, BU; Dcpre?n!o of Spirit, Languor, a ieraSjcmeaaof the digestive fa j For Debilitated Persons they are , I narly reroni mended, giving ai a 1 and strtBsth to the whole hamaa These Bitters are scientifieai; 1 Bared, acd are made 0 a rare H02ACK'S'BITTZr salloa of Boots, Plants, Herbs,. T 1 and Seeds, whiik tare beei foau eifectoal by long medical npcrtes. possess tie reqal-iile Ionic proper IrellcTlng aad curing the ahoTe aUiata. These B!rtn are the poos friend, saving hiia many doctor las -well as the rtrh oaa's sola- EOSACS'S BITTE2' comfortj Invlgoratint; the weak cj bliltoled, Uriviag twsy meiaa choir. 1 Ing lift of misery oac ef liar' enJoymenL These Eltters kaTe lee.' rrcdactd.'ud are teg used, doc la the bospl:al. Ij-u among the W. as an appellor, Ionic, and regnlat the system thr-jaghont the Army c K03ACS'S . 2ITTE2E ; Xerth, by and with the consent of - i highest gorernm-nt aatacrtly. Ii i of strength I will guarantee my i 1 terr to f.)nUIn.a. lancer proportioi. ' real medicinal Incredlents and vtn i than any other Slcmarli BlUers la i market; and bj eomparisoa with 01 . ilt wlU be seen at once, tist Ihej EOBACZ'3 EITTEHS. : . I stronger, and a;im trial will to fbu i more cOlctest, Uua ail others; (hey v: agreeable ta the- tssiCwltwlgoraliag Ll ! 1 ctTetl, made of rood Eaitrlals, tad t ; lariicls that all sy eoMen narthas : 1 the second time with eqaal sathuaoiios - . I Let everiSofiy try ens. ae d they wilt I fully convinced of tat trurh ef the abort r EOBACOCH'JIilnl.MSUML' The Wine Growers of the West hare tit-J ciivcrtd Itatnrr Uis Calawba-grase a j I yielded thedtllclous wlnese highlTsrized an eiceeilngry doe Hitored araadj, bo.. sesstng rare raed'rtnal properties, eai b ctiractcd )y earrf-jl dililailoa. Being eTer eager ! advance say iis- eoTtry that trad (e aa rmproTemeat a l.E0SACO.Cn0K'EILN!ESa;m - IhesanHarycoiidllljVof lie ?ct)l!c,C. W. i Bo hack has roistrarted fairge aad costly I double copper siiHs of a pecnflar models ' with which tie prod arcs the ('- - Bnuiay, In It gre:Ufst E.;r!:y, rete.j i ill those mcA.'ul dualities for waits is so much valu4 and rrroenneied pVslrlans. Teat, Cherry, Bwe:isa,s iws choice cti till c:i fsgnac Braady, tourbon aaa Eje Whis ky, Holland Gin, Aromatic Schiedam Jrii.n.-ipjvCaerry Eonitre, aad all other domestic liiuors, ire manolacrsrrd aad dfe:i!rd bj the same careful an4 dt Ileal process, and kept rotntantly m kaad for sale, nkoicnie or ta say drslrrd diaMI ty. 8U1I Carawba Wine, warraa ted pare, ptwnred from the aurrsaadirg tine- yards, sold by the box, (ralloa, or cask, I st the lowest market arte. Cu back's I swetl Malaga H!ne lathe most nctUenl 1 anicte or tee klad lo be foiad la Ike Western fotmlry, and the. wine ke I offers ftr sale has bo equal. Win eta Mannfartory Xos. 5. 5i SO aid I S2 East Thlrt Street, Cincinnati, 0. 5TTer:not! .Ill-Cure! Try Ha yoa hare Nuuml-ia, use Dr. Earber's relief. have riieuiuauiin, try it. If yon hare head try it If jou li.-ive toothache, it wiil cur Jj" VHu av ers p-ciio'ie, it cure? ia ire Ifyia get crui.M, it will cure it quirker any reuii-iiy aver IVtnid; th- rbe eheit and freely and put a fiannel over th r'k If yoa pore thru.n.m.e- iu If yoa bar ebi'drea wba. cholic pains, give tiium two diops ia a little acd suir; it cures them. It' yon hare, pile sores, try it. If yoa have i-ld sores, use it, aad Krsturr;v. Piih iti geiwell. by all dealers. Look out fcr eontiterfeitl. came ea each label, and my initials va the. "All others a.-e cou-itcrft-is. Dr. G. P A7.EES. LIFE Oil DEATH SOLDIERS, go Hack to the -TTar many baTe died from Diarrhoea and Pvtr ait return wutiout upr-!- i; vt knar wun a Outue of Dr. Mrickiaau s Anti-C hoi- Mistore ; remember how many were saved tajt taking it after fccine disvbartred and sent hof itais as-iucurai.re-' C- e ' rl ira- y reueve toe mast s-. -e- e j .,; Iiiar rhoea Drsenterv.' It is .-.c.au'ttlied by the to be the only mtjieino kuono to' cure - Diarrhoea and Iy?e:itt-rv ar, dca'S it, for in yoor retuia a er.aaje oiet and etcwill uioit certainly brii.g oa I'larrhoe. cent bottle of Dr. Sirickiaaii's Anti-Choi will cure t-jb aud several others. It good in any climate. Do not fail to tei cuinraucs to put a bottle of it in their koap -sacks. . by Drnpjr-sts sadprcpare l onhs k frr. A STIUCKLAM, No. 3 East Fourth street Ciocia-, nullMy Eoad Notice. all whom it m.-iy concern. is hereby Riven tliat a to'.; Jon- pescBtvy . i:ie inimiss'vu-'-i-i. ef taanty'j on the t.f. i djv ciJa:.c cm estuhli.s'a a couutv ruad ci-rni- in a county road ne:r the residence Taylor and at the Northeast corner hinds of John Kisor in the township of the county of Greece and !t.ite f and running thence south wiih the which divides the !r. h of David Aaron Sanders, Moses Sanders and .Ma (re speoliveiy ) on the ewst f-vm tha. John Iior, Tapely thek-r, Thomas Joel Johnson (respectively! on the the oU J ainestown and Je.-ft-rson-ville in tho towiiihip of Silverereck of and State of Ohio. DANIEL TAYLOR. Piiucii-al Petitione, U'"!., : ; -.,,;-. TTT Correspondence'. " good !oo!in!r lugh rrivr.tes, be'nngin- !Mth IV V. J wish ta eorreron i tuiir.y loyal l:nbes. l'li.itns exeiiaiig. .Address lUrrv Teipeit. and Mnrrel, Co. II, pt:h O. V. I., Chatta nooga. Tennessee. 5 I'F l.AI r'D't S K: r -M-aei. rraa'.ir- In n:ae Iuivt hin.'.s near Noma, or in So Jtlivrn i , silcoti .ns i:er County e i. an 1 r.jij. r.m ;-Vlsia btrriins ca': o--n , .i : i "