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VOL VII. NO. 271. NEW SERIES;- COLUMBUS. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 20. 1861.
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DAILY. TSI-WETKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fTJBtI8H)BB AHD FBOFSIZTOBI.
XT Office Wos. 88, SB and 40, Forth High St.
TSIIMS IS VARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Dally .... se 00 peri
Et ibe Carrier. Mr week. 12 nts.
rrl-WjV)v 8 00 per yew.
Weekly - 1 00 "
cr!ii o! AdrertUInK y o.eutl"
ni'inrelyfai...2U 00 On square 1 wseks.,4 00
One " ttn.oi.tlis 18 CO One " weekt.. 3 00
3ne " 8monlb 15 00 One " 1 week... 174
no - Smooths 10 00 One " 3 days.,. 100
Jnc U months 8 00 One " Sdays... 75
.no 1 month. 1 00 Ont " 1 insertion SO
Displs.vetl- advertliimtaU half nor than the above
Adrertiie-nenti leaded tad placed ta the column ol
Special Notloee," avawe in oranary rant .
All notices requlreo. to be published by law, legal rate.
It ordered on the Insldeexelutively after the first week
par cent, more than the abort rates; bnt til inch wil
nudartn the Tri-Weeklv withont ebanrt.
Business Cards, noieioeedlng five lines, per year, In
ile, so per line; outline i.
Notloee ol meetlr.gs.charttables oeletles.firt oompanles
hi., h.lf nrlA.
All irantlent adverUsemtntt mutt b paid or in
tdvanfe Tie rule 111 not be Tailed irem.
Weekly, same price as the Daily, whers the adrertliei
p. tl, uebl alone. Where 'be DallJ and Weekly
are both used, then the charge twrthe Weekly will be
a 1 1 the rau-s or ttte uaiiy
No adTertlsement taken eicept for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE CRASS WORKS,
Corner SprlDg St Water Sle.,
Coium'bufl, OblOe
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
Asd Mannfacturcrs of Brass and Composition Castings,
fiuislwd Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENC!L CUTTING, &C.
febl 'Cil-dly
F. A. B. SIKKIHS,
Attorney ett XjO,xv
ANLi NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aujo'H DuIHIok, opposite Capitol Square.
OOLTJMBUB, OHIOJ
Machine Maaefactiiriflg Companj
n.-s r- 1
HANurAtmntiM or
STEM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtlngi, UiU Oearlng, Kaehlnery.
ALSO,
of tnti DzaairnoN.
COLtJJTIBCS, OHIO.
0nA8. AMI10S, Sup's. P. AMBOS.iTreae.
deoll, IBja-tf
It tL
a
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to IndincaDolis without Change of Carl
and but Oue Change of Care between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays exoepted.)
HIOHT Eil'HKBS, tia Pay tun, a'. 8:43 t. m.,Stop
ping at London, Xeula, Daytrn, nliddlutown and Uamll
ton. arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.;DajtoD ati46
a. m., Indlanopolis at 10:48 a m.;tt. Louis at 11:30
P"m' SECOND TRAIN.
AOOOMMODATlUN.at :10a- m.,stopplnf at all Bta
tlon between Columbus and Cincinnati and pay ton, u
rlTisf at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. m.,
lndlanopollsaf f
THIRD TRAIN.
DAY EXPBISS.at 8 30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedanillt, Xenla.
Boring Valley. Corwlo, Morrow. Deerfleld, Fo.ter'a
Loreland. MillforJ and Plalnrille, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.l 8t. Louis at 18 m; fiajtoo at 5:3i p,
a.; IsdianopolU at 10:38 p. m.
leeptnir car on all Niffht Trains to
Cincinnati and indianapoUa.
3AGOAUE CIIECU.ED THBOCOII.
' For farther Information tad Through Ticket! apply to
H L. DOiiKHTY,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio.
. . w. Woodward,
Superintendent, OlncinnatL
JNO. W. DOUSBTK
jn!3 . Agent, Columboj)
SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES,
C
ALL, AT NO 83, SOCTII HIGH ST.,
and examine our nee make of .
AMERICAN WATCHES, :
manufactured by R. HOWARD a 00 ,' Boston, Mats.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
to the pnblte, heretofore. Bavins; the exclusive agency,
lean tell them at prices to suit the timet, I have Jutt
received a largo stock of . . ....
AMERICAN WATCHES,
mannfaetored by APFLEI0X, TEACT, a 00 also, a
fine assortment of
.. EWOCISU AND 8WIS9 WATCHES,
s -la Qold and BUvtr Cases, at Panlo prices.
JanW' ' w. J. BATAOB.
Jut BteeWedi
1AA HF, CH GREEN and BLACK
IVVTbil 100 bags prime Bio Conee.
Iftil pocketaold Dutch Overnment JavaOoffeo,
" 1 A begs Ceylon Coffee.
gOftbbls. standard WhIU 8 u gars, conirsting of Pow-
artm. uurumw, uranutated A and 11 Couee.
50 qulntale George Bank Oodnsh.
20 bbls. Ueie and No. 1 Mackerel.
5 tot. Pick Salmon.
10O bx. Layer Raisins. . . . .. . .
BO hf. box do do
lOOqr. box do' do
10O H Vlgsrt, different brands anoVgrtdet.
nor7 . WM. boDONALD,
M. C. LILLEY -
BOOK XJXN"IDEIXI
. ' And Blank-Book Mannf-ntum,
K0RTH BIOA HKEET, OOLDaJUB, OEI0
arll-dly -
FitniLT nova. -
TfrillTK WHEAT, BRANDED
' "SNOWFIiAKE."
from "Barnett Mills," BpringfieM, 0. the bell brand of
flour brougnl to our msrset. Huiiecnon guaraniweu.
for tale only at Wat. MoDONALD'8, .
B0TV7 1QB Booth Blgh street.
ALEXANDKfc.9 KID GLOVtB.
All aUetaudeolon jutt opened I at . BAIHi, .
4ee.ll. WotkBlUitreet,,
I
:
ONLY PREPARATION
; THAT HAS '-.:?:
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
Aid criwi mor and mere popular
Tory day I
And testimonials, new, and almost irltbeat a amber,
Bight be gives from ladles tod gentlemen In sll grade
of society, whose united testimony none eoatd letlst,
that P, of. Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald
and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to Old age,
laallltayoalhlul beauty. : . - . , r ,
Battle Creek, Mich., See Slat. 1851.
Pa or. Wood: Thee wilt plrnie accept a Hoe to Inform
thee that the hair on my head all fell eff over twenty
yea re ago. caused by a complicated chroolo dliesse, at
tended with an eruption on the head. A rOLtlnaal
Course of suffering thiougb life having reduced no to a
state of dependence. I l ave not been able toob aln stuff
for oace. neither have I been able to do tbem ep. In eon
erquonce of which my heed has suff.rrd eitrcmely from
old This Induced me tepay Briggs k Bodget almost
the last sent I bad on eanb for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Hes.orailve. about ths first of August I St. I bare
faithfully followed tbs dlreetloos,nd the bald spot is now
covered with hair thick aid black, thouh short. It la
aleooomlng In all over my be td. feeling confident
mat another large bottle w. uld res'o.e It entirely
and permaneotly.l feelaialoue to pereeverve la lit use.
and being destitute of meaut to purchase any more, I
would ak thee If theo wouldst not bo willing to send aw
an order on Iblno ageute for a bottle, and rroelve to thy
self the scripture declaration "the reward la to thoee
.k.. kl.. .4 ... .Via bi.W mr,A ,V r.tKarl.aa "
Thy friend, BUdaNMAH KIBBT.
tl.onler. Noble Ceuctv. Indiana, fsb. 5th. 1850
Paor. O. J. Wood) Star Sir: la the latter part of
the year 1851, while attending tne atatt toe national
Law eobool of the htato ol Hew Tork, my ba'r. 1 reel a
cause unknown to me, eommeorod falling oo very rap
diy, so that In the short space of six months, the whole
Upper part f my scalp wss almost entirely bereft of lie
covering, and much of tbs rrmamlng portion upon the
aide and bee part or my neto snoniy aner oecamegray,
so that you will not be surprhed when I tell you that up
on my return to the 8 late of Indiana, my more casual
acaoalntaneos were not so much at a loss to discover the
e.use or intenaage m my appearance, as my mereum.
mara arnttiliitancea were to reeotnue me at all.
I at once made application to the moat skillful phyeW
elans in the country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my bir would asa'n bo restored. I wet forced
to beoome reconciled to my fate, notll fottunately, la
the latter cart of the year 1BS7, your Hestorative as re
commended to me by a druggist, as being the most relia
ble Hair Restorative in use. I tried one bottle, and
found to my great atllsfeoilon that It wss producing the
desired effect Blooe that time. I have used seven dol
lars' worth of your Besioratlve, and as a result, bavo a
rich eoat of very toil black nair, wmcn no money can
buy.
Ai a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill In
tne production oi to wonoonui an article, i nave recom
mended Its use to many of my friends and aeaualntancos.
who, I am happy to Inform you, are using It with like
eneol. very reepectiuiiy, yours,
a. m L,aii;A,
Attorney and Counsellor it Law. -Depot,
444 Broadway, and told by all dealtrt through
out the world.
The Krttontlvt It put up In bottlet of three sites, vU:
lareo. medium, and smalls the email hoHt it a plot, and
retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more In proportion than the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle: the larreholdsa
quart, 40 per oent. more la proportion, and retails for 93
bottle.
O. J. WOOD ft CO , Proprietors. 444 Broadway, new
ork. and lie Market street, t Louis, no.
And told by BOHKBT8 It BAMUSL. Columbus, Ohio.
and by all good Druggists and fancy uoodt ueaien.
apriu:dsweowiy.
STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
A RE NOW RECEIVING THEIR WIN
XX TBB GOODS, and Invito the publit to Isspeot
them. No inch stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The Booth, In eonoequeneo of 'he failure
of tht train crop, has not been able to aurchase the t-
ual quantity of rich goods, tnd this fact has foroed the
Importers to tell tbem at public auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New Tork at these large sales, teok
r.dvantato of them, tnd wt ean and will tell eur goods
here, at lest man any one who purchased two week, since.
paid for them In New Tork. Our stock Uoomplete in
every department or
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBUROS,
DYED COBUGSj
BUCK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPL.IN3, PRINT3,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
live Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At no half th Coat of Impcntatlon.
LADIES' FURS,
la all Varletlee, of the Celebrated
mannfatore of C. G. Cua;
there 4c Son.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, ,
Msn's, Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drtwere;
Ladlet, Misses and Children t uoewry ot an era as, id
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and OoUonOlovet
every make.
Aieo
A oemplete asiortment of all tht natial Tri
tied of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CAS91MEKEH.
OVERCOATINOB,
, TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
krBBONS. ;
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies andGent'i linen Cambria Hind,
kexchieb, Ac, &o. '. ..'J; -:
To persons who call on us, we pledge eur words to
shoe them the largest, belt and cheapest stock of Goods
ever eeeolpihte market, et pay tbem one duller per
hour while looking.
decl-dljteeliw. 8T0NB A 0'HERA.
:Sher Sale.
Ooraellut Jtoebe )
va- it
W.F.Miller ttal.
' Common Pleat.
riT VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI. FA.
D to me directed, frnra the Court of Common Pleat
of Franklin County, Ohio, I vtll offer fur ule, on the
farm occupied by W. P. A J. B. Miller, to Jtcitob
Township, oa , T . , , . .
Monday, the 16th day of April, A.D. 1861, V
at 9 o'olockP, M the following proptity, to-wltt One
bay mart, one lorrel horse, one mare colt, one dolt,
ooe two horse waion, three se e doub t harness, seven
head of hogs, and tht uodlvldtd one-halt Interest In a
reaping mteniae, Itvwu oa as the property ot w r. a
B.atlller. ... ,.. - ' -
" 0. W. rnjTFMAM, Sbsrut, '
tprll 8-10'.d. By Id. Davit, Deputy. '
Prloier'efeee, 15 50. ,
W&toheil Diamondfill Silver Ware 1!!
A CHOICE A iOUTTIENT Of GOLD
and Silver Watches, In great variety,
I am Agent for the Aaisioui Waioa Oo, and ean
tell these excelled Wttchte at maauraoturere' prices,
either Wholesale or Betall. ' . "
Come and choose from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jseeliy.- Bljles csw prices low,
At to lllver Ware of sterling quality, I can show aew
patterns, very handsome -" ' '
Oliver Plated Ware, Tea felts. Urns. Welters, Oaatort,
Bukett, Fltchere. Goblets, Knives, forks. Spoons Ae
Then I have supply of fine Table Cutlery, poeaet
Snivel, aiora, Ac and many Fancy Goods-such as
are desired for presents at inch prices as are an Indaoe
meol to the purehassr. ; WU. BtTfilt,
' No, 10 Buckeye Block ' ,
marfil " " Korth side Bute House square.
Irish linen Goods!
j in. ;.-..
WARRANTED FABHIO - '
Linen Shirt Bosoms P'tJn and Taney
.: iur j Shirting and Bosom Lineal.. ;'i
Linen eheetlogt and Pillow Csstngt.
.1 irr ?:l; ci o. Lloeo Oambrtoaand Long Lawol.
a KIM, .v.,'ui Pooket-htndk'fs, 111 lltea.
'.. Linen Towelllngt and Dltperg.
V'.I?"!,JUPk,,' an D'Oyllst... i l ;,p
Linen Table OlotLsaod Batm Damaskl. 1
llnea Toweliwlthoolorsdbordere.' t '"
,- : T M! torOerlnreawlQraall. .j:
forsals at low prices.
viebM ' ' --.1 vi e-.t, .m!!!mL.
MIME MUFFSi TIOtORINlgandOCrFTwTar
bow telling at very krr pvtses, el-n alt other kinds
faahlonabl far,. A ,., ., PBTH BANB,
.1 ... yrH - ;i .oa .eUUgA ShiW.'ud a'
a
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
If a conatitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which thi fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
perradea tlui whole body, and may bunt out
In disease on any part of it. No orc;nn i free
from ita attiickt, nor le there one which it may
not destroy. . The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, detcending from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
their cliildreu."
. Its effects commence by deposition from tho
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the) surface, eruptione or tores. Tliii foul cor
ruption, which genders hi the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, bu( they have fur less power to with
stand the attack of other diseases ; conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
y tern. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
. are aggravated by th artme cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are Invaded by this lurking inn
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
.To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
.' AYER'S
Compound Extract of Sarsnpnrilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remcdiuls that hnvo
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from it destructive consequences.
Hence It should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Enupma
and Sxm Diseases, St. Anthony's Fieb,
ROSB, or EltTSIPELAS, PlMlT.ES, PUSTULES,
Blotches, Blaixs and Boit.r, TuMons, Tettf.b
and Salt Bhp.uk, Scald Head, Kinoworm,
Hheomatism, Syphilitic and MeucukulDis
bases, DitorsT, Dyspepsia, Deiiility, and,
indeed, all Complaints auisino fuom Vitia
ted or Impubi Blood. The popular belief
in "impurity of tin blood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sumapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
AYER'S
Ague Cure,
i to TUB SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent Fewer, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Kua9 rcrieaicai neausrne, or xsiitoua
Headache, and Billons Fevera, Indeed
for the whole class of dlaeaaea originat
ing Its biliary derangement, canaed Le
the Malaria of Mlasmatlo Countries.
"We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. 6uch a remedy it invaluable in districts
where thete afflicting disorders prevuil. This
" Cubb " expels the miasmatic pmson of Fbveu
and Aoub from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tho best remedy over yet discovered 4for this closti
of complaints, but alto the cheapest. The larRo
quantity we tupply for a dollar brines it within tho
reach of every body ; and in bilious district!, where
Feveb, and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
Other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent! is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had th diteise.
' Fever and Ague is not alone the contequence of
the mlasmatlo poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, anions which are
Ifturatoia, Rhnimatitm, Omit, IJeaJaehe, Blind
nest, loothaeht, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, i:uU
pitation. Painful Afftction of th Spleen, hijstrr.
ice, Pain in tht BevtU, Colic, Paralysis and Oc
rangmeni of tht Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this eaute, put en the intermittent
type, or become periodical. Tbtt " CuitE " expels
the potion from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious district. I f taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infccilon,
that will be eetcrrted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Beno it it even more valuable for Protec
tion than euro, and few will ever tuffcr from Inter
mittent if thev avail themsclvtt of the protection
this remedy affords. .
Prepaxwd by Dr. J. 0. ATEB & CO., Lowoll, Xui.
M0BBKT8 a SAUUfcL. Ooiomoiii.
And v Dmrrlsteand Dealers everywhere.
aovKiycutwaw
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AI EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
tellable business men to secure a nrodiale manu
facturing business, requiring but a small caultal In lit
establishment tnd pro nation. .
ine manuiaoture consists in toe application or a pe
culiar torn peel tlon or enamel to coram .0 red bricks, a rt
variety of other balldlne material, orumontal anhl-
leciural BolabioS, esUlngs, tile for Doors tod lot
roofing.
This enamel may be tinted of any eolor. from the
purest while to the deepeet bick, with all the colon
and shades between. It Imparts to th articles to whit h
Ills applied a hardness tnd durability tlmosl incredible
and a heeaty eurpaitlog thai of ihe rarest and taoit eostl)
of the variegated mamlee. and, unlike them. Is Impervi
ous to moisture, tad will ntvtr fsot stain, or deterior
ate. 001 Ung but a fractional part ot the price of ordinary
maroie. -
.It It alto valuable for table tnd Hand tops, man Us
pleoee, monuments, tnd an eodless variety 0." other sni
des of fapleaee. The process of appKli.g tht e-sai
it etmpie, While utt oracles tnemeled will c mm.Dds
rtsdy tele, affording large prod is. Hespon Ible perils,
msy procure lleenset for manuf.eturlnt under the 1 at
cut for any city or prominent to n la the Doited Slates
by applying to the subsorlner Aimall tariff on ihe ar
titles manufactured will be required 'or Ihe use if tne
Invention. Circulars giving full partloulait will bt for
warded to alt applicants.
The superior merit ana Dealt? or inn enameled nmiii
Ins' material to anything In oh bat the unaanlinrd In
dorsement of meny of the most eminent architects and
taiemlne men ot this tnd other ttttei.
for particulars address
J0HIIOI I f BALI,
General Agents tot laameied Building material,
Sp9d3ta. H NA84AU ST., NEW TORK.
NOTICE.
r HAVE HOLD TO BIB. HENIIT WIL.
L BON my DBOO eTORB. wiich It removed fiom the
orner of aich tnd Oiv streets to the Xonthwestcorufr
or nroaa ana align sueete, uolumone, unlo, u, -
With many than It te toy former patrons ted eustoni'
ere, I respectfully request thseont ousnoe of their fa
vort to my raooeesor. BXNRY M. VKll,
Columbus, April 1, 1881. .
drijg"store.
TTATfreO PVTRCfFAIf D THE DRI fl
II BTORB of Mr. Bnav U. Niil. I have onantd
anew On tht South vest corner of Broad and llnh streets.
Columbus, Ohto-eeYfv Me old and rtliabU stand for
mat mviHi jvr many yeavt .
1 nave a ireen ana ereu seieotedMtoek or ruri v.ni.
Mnts, and fMrt CAswisVae, together with J'aints, Oils,
rarnxsAM. eta.. Biuany aepito s ich an esiablishmcnt.
IO Pastoairriost oaremily and promptly compound'
ed. 'u ,- . ....
- Store epea at all hours et the stay and nlqM.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the public.
HiNRY WILSON.
Columbus, April 1, lrol aprS-dlm
BLEACHED SHEETINGS AND
BHIRTINQS. all widths, ot most oelebrated makes,
bow enerae, lb greatest vaneiy snu very tew prices,
. BAIN a BOi.
: aWe.'i .1 .rvVi ie.wicBiJfliiutet. ,
SIjjc )io Statesman
,.,;, nim, .......
Dally, ptr ear. fB 00
Triweekly, pet tear. J 00
Weekly, per ytai ..sa 100
The Death Bell.
- Toll ea, toll on
A ton of bib Is paeslog to hit rest,
A way ward child hatb sou,bt lit parent's steail;
Soil en, toil on. t . ; , ,
Bear on the dea-ll
Oa the dark bitr toe home eose Wanderer ties;
Dlaun'd It Ihe i astro of tboee ray lest eyM,
Their light IS Bed. ; ;
Oa,tlnwly,en
The varying dreams of lost, of pride, of power,
Iht aspiring boi es ef maoy a lofty boar,
. WUhhlm are gone.
Tree soft tod light)
That palsied heart ae more with life Is wirm,
Ihi quickening eseenoe from ( at elltat form
tilth Winged its Sigh;.
Look en htm nowi
The eold, still torpor of the Ice-bound wire,
Ihe chilling slgoti of the opening grave,
is on that brow.
r. . ' - , .
Cut on toll on
A struggling spirit Is at liogih unbound,
A Wcaikd pilgrim hath a resting found:
Toll oa toll onl
Voice of ths tomb I
A thousand hearts thine awful nates have stu-r'd,
A thousand years thy deep-toned sum toons heard
bowed ofib the doom .
--
"Van, thou muitdltl"
80 propbet-llke Would seem .he fearful knell,
To the ehlli'd heart lb' unerring fen to tell,
'All all must die I"
8 tern tolls thy chime
The funeral herald of tht Warrior brave,
Wnom glji'e halo llshtsth to tht grave,
In life's full print.
At when, elone.
The stranger beodeih to his qullttomb,
Nor moumtr'i voice for his unheeded doom,
gave thy deep tone
Heir, th I too near
The gatherlog voices of a tbou.and graves.
Like tht boarse murmur of the sulltn wtvel,
Awe struck I hear,
Tbty call too plain,
fond soul, ocme down from thine unearthly dreams ;
Thy fancied might, thy viilooiry schemes,
Alike art Vain.
"For whst art thou 1
True friends atd kindred onoe were by thy lids.
Brave hearts, fiusbsd high with hope and ycuthful pride;
Where in they now t
'Strive up no more;
Tht lingering sands now shiver in thy glass,
Earth tad its visions as a dft.cn will pass,
And all Is o'erl"
Why bring igiln
Tht empty shadows of each valo regret,
Ibe burled hupee of Ule rent inhered yet,
Thctt chilling strain!
Oft hut thou iwept
Tht tlnmberlng heart-strings ot th f .Ithful breait,
And waked sad ousio from their broken rest,
Thst long bad slept.
Deep Joya, long fled
The bitterness of death again It proved,
Tht cold eanb closing o'er tie lost, tht loved,
The early dead I
Break not their sleep;
From their deep, quiet home no murmurs rise,
Tht tears ire passing from the moamers' eyes
Must thty s ill weepT
Thine hopet recall I
My soull the dark, eold grave Is not for An;
Thou from the slln y earth-worm 'i crawl art tret
Kanh it tot all.
Eternity I
Thy light Is dishing through Iht mortal gloom,
Thy liar li bright brjot.d the craving tomb;
Ws DM roB TBttl
- Toll on, toll on
Joy to the waid.rer In bit resting found,
Joy to toe spirit from lis ek.in anbound,
Toll on, toll on I
[From the Rochester, N. Y. Union and Advertiser.]
Brief Thoughts on Mingling Conciliation with
"Coercion."
That very stiff-backed and somewhat stiff
necked Jaurnal, the N. Y. Tribune, meets, and
has been accustomed to meet, all propositions
sud arguments in favor of proffering some
measure of Compromise or terms of Acoommo
diitton to tbe Southern People, In substantially
this "ehurt and cay" manner: What's the ue
of offering terms when you know ibey will be
rejected? First let us be assured that tbe Rebels
teanf to settle on any terms let tbem eay ckit
they atk of ua. thin it will be time enough to
talk of Compromise.'
Now, w mini, we bave an equally "short and
etty method" of auiwertog tbe 7ia's stiff
backed argument, tb substance ot which we
have aimed 10 give above. Bui, first oi all,
let us see wbereln we fulls agree wttb tb 7Vi.
tune, In order that the i fftrtnts between nt buy
oe tbe more etrlkingly nuaifeet 1
1. We agree (U we mistake not th TYieaat'
oosition) tbat political power in lb Rebel
States bee been tuoataotially Btaroee! be darioe
ui r cklef 1 men, who ar bent on accomplish-
iuk ceroin otjeota without relereoo to tb real
wlsbet ol lb people.
J w agree with lb men tbat tb Rebel
Leadere wbo wield tbe poaer ot tb Rebel Gov
ernment!, ar for tb motl part cbruolo Trailort,
ho bave dtsired tb overthrow of tb Federal
Government for ten, fifteen, twenty aod thirty
yetrs; and to whom Liooolo'seleottoa was silks
ftetext ana a Ujlden Upportunlty lor tbelr
tuoeition.
So far, if we mlitak not, tb rrii.Msnd th
Umon ar In strict aooord. Now, oa ibis sum
01 fuots, it will at ooe be teen tbat If w wait
lor intimstions from lb Rebel autborltles as to
atAaf iado'f oompromis or term ot aooommo-
dation would boauceplable before w offer any,
tee sneu teau orrosr, aaa la est. Talsooo-
elusion la a ntoessary deduotloo from tb prem
tees to wbicb we have assumed tb Tribune and
all lie olaee aieeot.
It alto necessarily follows, from tb same
premises, that tb atiff backedoete to which w
reier tends : poweriully tottreogtben tbepotl
tlon of tb Rebelt among tbelr own people, and
to eonsoitdat meir power.
It loiiows bv a like neoessity, tbat tbe ae-
licittd proffer of liberal oooocstions and terms
of aoeommodatiOD on oor part In so far as we
040 reeon tb ear of tb Southern People -w lit
powerfully lead 10 beget popular dlsoontent, to
weaken the poeitlon of the Rebel leadere, end
to thwart tbelr ambition eohemee. Tbis poli
cy, moreover,, wcnld pooolilat and attach to
tb oaute oi lb Uoioa and lb Constitution,, a
large number of men. in every Houtbwa State,
whom (assuming1 tbat we are eventually to
emerge from thi ttroggl with success) tee
shall othsrteiee be ebUotd fa eesf urr. 1
Iiiolioweyet again, that by obitlnatelv re
fusing to make unsoliolted 1 tender of liberal
eonceaslons from our ex reme positions, tee art
doing prcisV toAtl IAS Rtbtl Uadert desire at I
rfo that we are Imposing upon ourselvee in eur
stiff backedoetsi . and playlof right Into their
bands. i .- 1 i.-1 .-. . ,
We wonld like) to see all tbe Rebel eea
autttd, who ate sucb at heart aod without re
sptot to provoosiloni and, we would like to see
the leadere duly panished as Traitor. , Bat we
would net willingly punish tb deluded. .
Finally, we would oall attention to the fact
that tbe Louisville D-wwerol an able and fear-
lees supporter ol thelloioooauie deolaree that
the kind ef proposition wbloh tbeSeoeesion lead
ers dread tbe most, Is lAef tohick wild piste se-
etftabttio tMHeutiuT teopu. .. .. . . .
' A Mayob on bis Bacx Ther was a small
revolt lo BprlogSeld on Monday, and for e brief
nerlod tbe "powers tbat be" Were prostrated.
dome boys were playing marbles near the estab
lishment of tbe Mayor, when be went oat and
Ordered them off. They did not move with tbe
alaorltv showing a reverence tor offlolal author
Ity , and his honor eeited one of the largest by the
collar, ween tne ooy eiincnea in ana laia tne
Mayor prostrate in tbe snow. Hie honor recov
ered himself and returned to the ebaree a sec
ond time, and the graoelesc young deaiocral
snt him en his back the econd tlmr
The boy1 did noi uke 1 any unfair d
-.1,.... 1 i. ;'r,- .j I1. . ;-r-.j .'.
vantara. however, and tha M.tnr wot no. Bum
mooed atalautoee, aod had the insurgent taken
to tbe lock-op lodeed we bave fallen upon
troublous times, and tbe respect for offlolal dig
nlty Is getting to tit very loosely on Young
America. n'puvuein.
The L tndon Diepatob esys there are more
British Admirals than ships, mjre generale
tbsn reglmeote, mure oaptaios of artillery antj
engineers tbiu guns.
NEW ARRIVALS
OF
Spring & Summer Millinery.
Tho Stook Rapiantaned
DAILY
rnon latest iirrpoaTATsirss of
NEW YORK.
WT EI00S 07
Spring & Summer Millinery
T I f)Ar enrrinlatr). anmnrUlnr avarw eM.Uta A,f Vltll.
' - t--- v ef,," 'aim vi Auilliu-
err; slso, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notions. As., sod la quantities and prloet that can
Bot fall to salt all who mav favor n. with aiull. Tha
good! hire heto bought at Panto prices, and will be sold
ai a smaii advance on ooit.
MILLINERY.
Mils M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
Will snoertntend the Mllllnerv rienartment. n inn.
experience la the most fashionable Establishment In
Broadway win aiont nt a warranty that ihe will be able
to give entire latlsfactlon In matters of tasti te sll who
may favor ber with their orders.
Tht Ladles of Columbus and vicinity will please ao
eept my sincere thinks for their liberal patrooage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of tbe tame.
R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Colnmbus, o.
prll-d3m-tod
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
IIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
vr
LN'oxcAzris., 3NT. J.
Dividend Januarr 1, ISO 1,43 Percent.
A83Sr8 BI.81J.S3C SO.
statement Jannarr 1.
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1300 81,409,5d) 39
Received for Premiums dur
ing th jear 18t0 8763.033 55
Received for Interest during
the year lefiO !I4,0U 19
Total reeelDia foe 1RAO eorr w;7 fi
V aid 0 laims by Death,S87,0SO 00 '
raid ronoies surren
dertd 41,111 SO
Paid Bitariet, Pel
age. Takes, Bx-
chanee. ate....... SI fiofl Si
Paid Commisaloni to
Aeents 5I.3VS 30
Paid Physlclsns' feel. S IKS 75
raia Annuities 1.017 uu
Paid Dividends dur-
- log the year 103,500 75 505,091 (S3 411,976 14
Net Balance January lit. 1801
AS3ITS.
Oath on hind.. 86,0584 19
Bonds and Mortgages on Real
Lute, worth double tht
amount loaned S, 327,84 1 G8
Premium Notes, on Policies
In force, on ly drawing 6 per -
oent. interest 1.S79 W4 17
Real Esta e 90(493 97
Loans on eorlp 5,93144
Premiums, Notesend Cash In
count of transmission.... 45 343 75
3,8U,558 50
Total Assets......
S3 619,558 SO
7,578 Policies In force, Insuring oi42a,638
W ntw rollcies hive beta Issued during ttt rear.
After s careful calculation of the nreseni n nr ,k.
oout rding Poltclesof the Comnsrv. and l.i.lrr ,h.
-"".-' w "-v iu na.r,e rncreror, tne Ulreorors
umim win. a viviBiaDor w perceot. on the Prernl
uroi psld at the Uhle rate, to all i,ollri. r hi. i r..
bsusd prior to Jauuary I, lefiu, payablt aoeordlng to thi
Rat'tfor all kinds o Life ContlnMni.. p-r.n-.
uss,8uteo3eots, aod Ai.pl cations, will be furultbrd
wiTnosT cttAAaa, at tht Office or Agenoles of tht Com
pany. ROBT. 1. PATTERSON, President.
' r,., ' 0. GROWER, Vice FrtildeBt.
DINJ. 0. MILLER, 8eererary.
At. U. De:a-ON. Agent.
r m Bo. i Juhnsou B ook,
KaichSB. 1801. Columbut.O.
FIR3T -
OPENING OF THE SEASON
OP
SPBING AND SUMMER GOODS
AT P. ROSE'S.
IAOtlFf OfFKK TO THE PfJBlfG
in toll e new stock of Goods In my llne.Juit purch
ased In New York at theoheapesi panic ratee,al of which
I shall II at tbe smalleet priflts, fur Cash. My rui low
ers and M, nds art respectfully InV.ted local -nd ezsm.
Ine my Ooods aod Pilcco. as I am deteralnrd to sell at
Cheap or ch.auer than any other house In ths oliy; ai.d
as 1 do my own Cott'Og, and superintend m own bu,l
ness, I feel assured, fnm my long exwrienct Inbutl
nets, to g've gerer.l istlifsctlon. Tbe finest of work
men sre .mpojed. and sll work dine itrictiy lo time aid
oa short Bailee, and warranted to St. Btrangtrt visltlog
ouroltj would e intuit their Interest by giving mt a call
before purchasing eliewhsrt. r. RjclE.
Merchant Tailor,
marchSJ dly Cor Blib audToen ttt.
THE raTJfTJAli LITE
INSURANCE COMPANY
or NBTW YOKK. .
P. I, WnrrroB, President. Iaaae Asaarr,8teretary.
Ret Caab Aeeets, Febroary- 1, 1881t
OQ.OOO,OQQ.74.
&1QBIST VOMPJJfT IS TBS CMTXD STATES I
UTAH the Profile ire divided among the msnrtd-f"fl
AppUoaUons and Ptmph'tlt ean be htd by applying to
FREO'K J. FAY, AotNT,
Carpenter s Building, 117 Bjnth High Street.
sprvdim
REMOVAL.
0a Doyle dt Oo.
TTATE BEDIOTED THE 111 OFFICE
XA to the Boutb-west corner of Blgh and friend
otroett,
"UP STAIRS,"
And will eontlnue to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attention of Merchants and Dealers It respectful
ly Invited so eur stock. . 8. DuYLl a Co.
. minhadtdtllUulyai. . . .., -, .
Employment. .
HPHR 8CB8CHIBBH. DBAt,IIa lit
J a Stapla at tlcle will furnish employment te
B fbw agave men to act u agenti for their house. A
preference will bt given lo those who art well acquaint
ed In tht district for which they apply.
For which services they are willing so pay a tela ry
f from . . i i - ..:.. i i i
tBOO to $800 psr year, and Izpensts. '
for further particular iddress
W. B. MOREHOUEl A 00.
1 and S, lachtngs Plaoe, ' .
Jan30-d3m . ' ' JtrteylOlty, W. J.
BTEBUI OarTTENDBIt. . . BINBT T. OHITTXMDIlt
8. 4t H.T.CHITTENDEN,
- ATTORNITI AT LAW. t- '
JXyomoet, S9 Wlllhua Street, New Tork City, and
Passojrs' BoTLDiiet, Columbut, Ohl. ' '--.'
ITTOarefuUtttnUOBpald toOollKUom. ' "'' ' '
1 aprilKdem' ' " 4-'"
' "
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lorrieub. .
PROCLAMATION.
Apportionment of tbe Blato
f ah to
lot I
iitetubera ot lbs laeueral A.arm-
il. lor tlie ssc.nd FJeuannlul Pa-
riea, i
lo couformlty to tht provision! of the Oooslltallon of
tne Stele el onm, we. wiLLtaa unnnidj. aove'
nur. HUBBRT W. TaYlKH, Auditor, eud AtiDliON
P. BUSiJlt.L, deoretaiy of Suit, have ascertaiued and
determiuod the ratio of representation in tnetscnvr,! As
semtili accordlni te the deeeorjd.l ceuiu,, the number of
Representatives aod Senators eacn couoty or dlatilcl
snail be tulitlcd to elect, aud lor what years within ths
next ensulug tea years, and do deolart tht sine to be ss
follow.:
Ihe total population ef the several ernotlet of the
State hy tht federal census of I WW aacertiucd by JoBu
0. Q. Kenned,, tuperinhndeul of the Census Bureau
of ihe Depeitmeut of It e Interior of ibe Coiled elates,
Is twj millions three nucarta a -a mtrty-nine inouaua
five hundred aod ninety nine lie ra lo of represent,-
llou fjr. Heprescnialive is twtaly-ihrct th .uasu-i tLree
oundied and niuny-tis at a lur a J.n.ior sixty-six in u
sand cieht hundred and loitj-fl'C
Ihe ayportloomintfor Ihe House of P.epreientatlves
curing the second oeceoBUU psrioa unoer me yuuuiu
tlon shall be as follow. I
Tbe oouutUt ot Adams, AUso, Athlsnd, Alhenl, An
glalte, Carroll. Champaign, Clarke. Clinton. Coehootun
Crawford, I arke. Dela.are, K'le fatetw, Vuiton, O.I
111, O.aoga, Irreeae Oaern.ey, ilauoou, Uaidiu, liar
rlsoo, Utghlaud, Uocllog, Holmes Jackson. Jcllersou,
Knox, Lake, Lawrenoe, Lonao, Local, Madison, Ua
houlng, Marion, Medina, Uelgs, Monroe, Morgan. Uur
roW, Hohlv, ferry, flokaway, rise, PrU.e, Preble,
Oandusky, Bclotu, ohelby, cumailt, Uulon, Vinton, War
reuand nandut loall, tevtr.lly, be entil ed to one
Ucpreseoutise In each session of tha iltcenolal period
'the counties of franklin, Mu-slniom aal stark sball
each be entiiltd to two Kcpretcntailrei In each ttulon
of the decennial period.
The counties of Asbt.bula. Brown, FaWfl-Id. Duron,
Lorain, Miami, Richland, bene a. Truuibull, Tuscara
was and Wayue .ball, severally, be canned to oi e uep
r.intatlve lu each session, and on! additional lteprt
rto ativa In tht filth session of tht oeoenuut. perl d.
The counties of Belmont, Butler, Clermont, Uulumbl
ens, Licking, Hon, and Washington snail, severally, be
entitled to one ttepressntatlvo In each teuton, and two
additional Hepreseniativea, ont in tne ttiiru, ana ont la
the fourth station ot the decennial period.
Toe oounty of Montgomery snail be entitled to two
Representative! In each sesilon. tnd ooe add! tonal
Representative In the fifth sesilon ot tht deceunUl
L.rlod.
ine county ot vojanoga suau d eoiuieu iu ms
Reoreientatlvea in each te,aion. and one additional
Hep tsentailve In the fifth session of tht decennial
" . ,
The county or Hamilton intti oe enimea id nine ncp
resei.utlves Ineaoh session, tnd ose additional Repre
sentative In tbe filth session ot tbtdcceuni.l period.
The folio Ine counties, until they snail nave scqutred
a sufficient population to e j title them U elect, sepsiate-
ly, under the lodrtn section oi we eieveninariicie or me
Constitution, shall foim districts In manner following,
to wit: Tbe counties of U" nance, rauiamg too nil
Hams, or e district; the counties of Henry and Putnsm,
onedistrict: thocoumlesof Meieer aid Van Wert, one
dl.trict; and the counties of Ot sea anl Wood, one dis
trict; eacn of which d strlcts sball be entitled to one Rep
resentative In every session of the decennial period; and
tbedisulct composed of the counties of .'jeluiuce, Paul
ding aod Willi. ms, to two adultlunal RepresenU.ires,
one lo tht third and ont In the fourth session of the de
cennial period.
By the constitution, tne state is oiviuea into iniriy
three senatorial districts, as follows: the county of Ham
ilton constitutes the first senatorial district; the counties
of Butler and Warreu. tbe second; Montgomery and
Preble, the third: Clermont and Brwn. the tourthi
Greene, Clinton tnd Fayette, tht fifth; Rote tnd High
land, the sixth; Aduas, Plkt, Ucioto and Jackson, the
seventh; Lawrence, Gallia, Mtlgs end Vinton, the
eigb'b; Athens, Hocking and ralrneia, uirnintn; nink
lin and Pickawav, tho teuth; ciarke, Cbampiigo, tnd
Msdi.00, the eleventh; Miami, Darke and fclielby, the
Iwelfih; Lo.an, Union. Marlon and Hnrjin, the thir
teenth; Washington aod Morgan, tbe fourtetnth; Mus
kir.gum and Perry, tbe fifteenth; Delaware and Licking,
the sixteenth; Kuox and Morrow, the se.enteenlh; Co
shocton and iutcuawat, the eighteenth; Gu-rns y and
Monroe, the nineteenth; Belmont and Uartlson, the
twentieth; Cariolland Biark, the twenty-first; ederson
and Columbiana, the twenty second; Iiumbull and Ma
honing, tbo twenty-third; Ashtabula, Luke and Geauga,
the twenty tourth; Cnyahon. the twenty-fl'th; Fortjiie
ar d Summit, the twenty-sixth; Medina and Lonln, the
twenty-seventh; Wayne and Holmes, the twenty eighth;
Ashland and Richland, the twenty nin'.h; Huron, lirie,
Sandusky and Ottawa, the thirtieth; Seneca, Crawford
and Wyandot, the tbtriy-Orst; Mercer, Auglaize, Allen.
Van Wert, Paulding, Defiance and Williams, the thirty
second; and Hancock. Wood, Luosa, Sulton, Henry and
I-ntnam. the thlrtv-thlrd.
For the second decennial period, each of sad districts,
except ihe Bnt, eighth, serenieenth, twenty-eigntn, thir
tieth, thirty-second and thirty-third, shall bt entitled to
one Senator.
Ihe eighth and thirtieth districts ihsll each be entitled
to one eeoctor tor toe decennial period, ana one audition
al eenatorin the filth tession of tht dice, nialperl d.
The thir y second and thirty th'rd diltrlcts shal) each
bt tntlned to ooe Senator for tht decennial period, and
two additional Senators, one In the third and one in the
fourth session oi tht decennial period.
The flret tittrlct shall lie entitled to three Senators for
the deoeoulal prrlod. and one additional Senaior In the
filth sesslou of tht dtrennial period.
Tbe seventeenth diitrlct, composed of the counties of
Hnox and Morrow having less thau three-founha i.f a
senat.riat ralto nf copulation, is. as required by tb) Con
stifotiou. attacbea to the sdiolulog diitrlct having the
Iran number nf tnhahluuts. which Is 'hi twen y enli'h
district, c imposed f hecouottre ot Wsyo and ii'ittues.
The tweoty-eigbih district, wl b the ee-e t.e:ilh ril.trict
so attached as afoienld, shall be entiled to o t dtn.tor
for tbe decennial period, and two additional Htnaiura.one
In the th rd and out lu the fourth sesslou of the ceceani-
al period.
the lojrteentn district, compiled or the oonntlesof
Wa.hln ton and Morg.n, aod part of the county of No
ble, anl tbe olu-teeotn district, o.mposed . f the oiuo
ties ot Gueri-sey a'.d M nroe aLd part of the county of
Noble, remain during the first drcennlal pert d. the
Cons'.i.'ution ootadnlttiog of any alteration oi the terri
torial l.mits ol .aia senaioii.i ois rlcl
In testimony whereof, we have he euntnsrt
our namrs, and cuted the Great seal of the
Puieo O do to be .third, at C 'iJmtius the
t I second day Ol April. In lha year of our Lord
' ontih iUsaniltighthuudreiand lty-oi.e aud
of the Indeprndenoe of tbt United atatcl of
Antrka the eighty-fifth
W. DENNISOS.
B. W T YLISR,
Apr3-dU-w4t. A. P. bCS3.LIj.
Curt fnu Co'd floar'ene In It it
easl, aiylrtUlt on nrSirtnttvf the
7irxxU sYesVetM (Ae Uttiking umih
in LbnestwiiAma Bro"kti(i, Aulia-
ma. and Oit irrk Char aud y.tc
ttrmgi so me ook or
PfvtflKJ peAKEUR,
and lIAisLBSs
r.w ara aware of tht lmportaoot of ohorblns: a Comh
or "Oiimmoo Cold" la Its firstsUge; 'hat a Inch In the
beelnnlt.a would yieia la a mnu reiieav. 11 nrn-ced.
two attack! the luogl ".Crotwi-! BroncAial IrocJue '
containing demulcent Ingrealenlt, aliay Pulmcnary and
Bronchial irritation.
BROWN'S 'That trouble In my Throat, (f jr which
tht '7rooet ire a specmoj naving maae me
TROCHES often a mere whisperer."
n r. w iiiuia.
BROWN'S "I recommend tbelr use to Pernio ring-
tas. ..-
TROOHRS sv E. CIIAPIM.
"Have proved extremely serviceable lor
BROWN'S DoaatriirM."
BBV. HBISKX VV.D.V 1SEUHIA, .
TROOBES "Almost Instant relief In the distressing
labor or breaming peculiar w
BBOWN'B REV. A. C. E3GLBrO!.
"Contain no opium or aosi-nne lomn
TB00HE8 out." DR. A A. HAYEH,
SMiemtw, Aoesie.
BROWN'B "A tlmnle and pleasant combination for
C000BS. o."
TRO0HE8 DB- BIOELOW,
j0VMrs.
BROWN'B "Beneficial In Baoiscwrris " ,
lb-' x. rr.tfliK,
TROOBES . . ,. Bottom.
II nave proTea inemexceistni tor n ooor-UW0,?"-"
WT.H.W.wAHm.-
TROCHBB Sutton.
"BeneSclal When eompauea to rps.x, soi-
BBOWK'B firing from Ooia."
Aiti v . B. Jr. . Anil r. aeu v, .
TROCHES
i-'BrracrnaL in removing noarsenees ana
Irritation of the Thnat, so common wl h
SrsaxtRS aod Btsoias."
TROOHBa , Prof. BiAOT JOHN80JI
IM orrnnpv, irci.,
Teacher of Music, Southern
female College.
TROOBES - ' ' . .J V . ' .
,,urtlt btneni wnsn mien osrore ana aner
preaching, at they prevent Hoarseness. From
their pest effect, I think they will be of per-
tBOOHES manentadvantaretome." ' "
Illllil.suiriiBiiaBi.i
President ol Athens Qellege, Tens.
TB00HE8 ErSoM rry all " 'WBNTir-
. 11(1 uinn a sviiu
' B0B1BTS A SAM01L. ' ' "'"
DroeeUts. 84 North High street. , ,
fl, E. 8AMUKL CO..
85 South High street, Colnmbus, 0.
mtr7-deod1m ' " '
GErfTIsEiriENS rcRKisniNG
GOO OH. ! ,
. Novelties lo Neck Ties and Boarfs. ;, -,
" B)ron and Qarrote Collars.
- ' Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs-
' TtrliK'd Gloves sup,rormake. , - , : . ... t : ,n
.. Golden Hill Bhirtt various ityltt. ,. )t , ,
Boys' Golden Hill Shirts, do '
Driving tnd Street U loves, do, ,,
Hemmed Pocket Hsndkerchlefs. various itylet. ''
Half llote and Under Garmente,
. un a son.
aprUS ' ' '. Ko. 99 South High street.
GOIiDEIf TIH X, ntRT9, ' ,
JOLDEN HILL BHIRTS. " ' 1 '
m . GOLD KM HILL SHIRTS. ' j
Tht pattam of tbiu shirts art new. The Bodies, Toket,
ileevei and botomi ire formed to fit the person witb ease
and comfort. Tbe mark upon etch one designating the
Use nay be relied oa as helne eeeveot. and each ah rt is
guaranteed well made. A hll stook et all qUUtS
constantly for eels at .
, Ko, H BouUk High street.
Bom.
)ii
: 'It!-..
' ! "' N'lD We 1 :T 'T .
i BEATJTIFTJT, ; :
AND CHEAPER THAN EYR ";
' . i 1. 1, j
OCR 8PBTNO STOCK 18 C!CCAl'
ly largt end well at-nrted. The Very latset patlera
front AMERIOAlt, K.N(3LItJH tnd FREXOH Fatterltt. .
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS, j
I a a sa w ' j
. , uoia and velvet Homers, '
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
SIDELIGHT
AND
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold axd Pakted Shades,
GOLD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTUBE3, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
109 So vi til jSEifflxSta '
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords tnd perioni wishing quantities of
raper will make money by buying ot as. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and tee us. aprll 1 dlmeodl R. A A.
LATHROP, LUDKGTOaN & CO.
23 & 25 PARK PLACE,
20 & 22 HUERAY STREET,
NEWYORK,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPRING, 1861.
We trt opening, at ourmple wareroomt. it thi above
numbers, stocks of Qjods la escb of the six depsrtmsnti
nf our business, superior to anything we have heretofore
exhioiied to the trade.
CrOTTT DEPARTMENT.
This has grown to its present magnitude under the
thorough management of a hover t f long excellence tnd
acani wiedg'd good tat.e. We keep expensive lines of
ibe fioeal and cliolost
FANCY VESTINCS
AND
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be found In the market, all selected with the nicest
disrrloiii atloa. Also, a.l grades, colon and varieilet of
BROADCLOTHS,
SATINETS.
LADIES' CLOAINNO-t.
TWEEDS,
FARMERS' and MERCHANTS' CA8SIalaaa-,
KENTUCKY. JBN3, fiom te 1X cents per yard
SLd upward!;
TWEEDS, 12X to 15 cents per yard tut year sold a
IPtoVO;
PRINTED SATIN 1T3, at t eentst
And other Goods eorrupendusglf LitO.
Dress-Goods Department.
Manchester De Lalnee,
Hamiltna do
Pecflo ' do.
Printed Lawns, K
Prlutsd Bill lianas,
Etncy Ginghams,
Bombsfnei,
BU.k Sliks,
Fancy Silks.
P I ted Cua'lrs,
Slaoche.br ainghsaS,
Glasgow do.
Clint a do.
Ottoman Cloths, (
Alpacas,
Ppluit, . .
And tht NcsS.lcct Style of
FANCY SPRING COCOS.
Merrlmao Prints, ' Blchmend'l "rials,
Cocheoo do. American do.
Psclfio do. Danneli'i do.
Ppraitue'i di. Eag'.lsh do-
Manchetter, ko. Print. ie. j . , , , ,
- DOMESTIO COTTONS. ,
Lawrence 0. Bheetlngt,
Burn do.
Lathrop do.
Bhawmut . do,
Pocasset do.
Atlsnile A. Sheetings,
- Ammkeag , do.
Apptetoa do.
Everett do. ,
Vtica, ko., do.
AH. Grain ants With.. ' ,
BLEACHED EEIRTINGJ AND SHEETINGS. M
Waasutta, , Dwlght, ' Lawrenoe,
Lonedale, Great Falls, t-'- ' Naueskeag
Hill, . Waltham, ., r , Booit, , f .
Hew Tork Mills, Jte., fco. , ..
SHAWLS ANFmAKTILLAS,
A LABOC AND IILIOT AB80RTMKNT.
OOTTONADEB-a great variety.'
00KCK8 . .,.,.
TICKINGS U the leading brandi. , it. ,
DENIMS oo. do. . ,
8HIRTISO SrIPES-all the leading brands, '
NANKBENS do. do.,
COdbBT JEANS do. do.
DAMASKS, PAFKR OAMBlUCi, COLO RID OtiK
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OP
WB1TX GOODS, - ,,. if .. . .- v.f L.toj
HOSIZRT, ..i
TAHKEB KOITOIIS, '
, ( res -.,., . ) , v- - , V
Gcatleineii's ForaishLng Goodi e
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
0' CABPBTS AND OIICLOTBBV -
And' a s-reat variety of ioods not tnumeraled-ill el
which we OlSOge eue,T.a wo mm,, ..-w w
pHot Use larger portion at from 10 to SO pet cent, lees
LATHROP, LUDINGTON&CO;
HEM yonic.
mar3'.
HEI" BT KOEHLE B , " '
(Late of Phslon'l Eitabllihment, N. T-.) FoprtaSnre
tht NeW Totk Faahlonable Sharing, Hair Catting
i Bhampeonlar. CorHng ar.d Dressing dalooa, Eaat Stale
street,' ever li e Piial Offloe, where tatltfaetloa will
' be given In all the various kranchee. Ijwlie and
Children'! Hair Dressing eone la the teat style. '
f Jyl-lf--' '. ot ..;. i - "
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