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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 82, 1861.
Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee.
...... mlttee.
rha nemaeratl Slate Central Committee It htraby
tmtlned te meet at Oolambae an Frldty. 96th Inetaat,
far tat purport of ooonMltog t gttbai en tat aUmlaf
AuiM mt th eoaotrr.
t -m.i that all tht meiabin of the Ooeemlt-
lea will be preeent, te advise and adopt snebalint of
ottoy at they mar deem beat for tho v'" "r
tJheTJ-aa fca Democratic BUtt Cealrel Committee of
Coewtwmu. BeeUltao CoMty, April 18.
iTTho reader wUI find all tho new op to
tho tlmo of oar pP (otag P ,n cur to,
graphic oolomaa. -
ETTfao oxoltomont In our city to-day it high
mm than ob env previous occaiion.' Tho drum
nad Bfo ftro heard la every direction, and troops
ere coming in from all parts of the State.
tTWo would suggest to th. Columbus corres
pondent of tho Ciaclnnatl Cmmt rial to bo
lirtla more cautions in hit manner of writing
to that osmsr. Ho haa on more than ono coa.
aloa recently mltrep'reoented oltltenoof ColamKn.
iB Ma letter! And mar find, if he doet not
!. -- t ih.t ha iiinnnt aliraTS do to
pm iiuw i. .
Impunity. , ' . . .
ITT Wo obiorTe that In many cltlet tho ooun-
.11. lira made aooropriatioM for tno wmiu
bftuoh of tho Toluntoori ti any toed aaaitt-
anco No city In tho tfalon hai retponded
aha aall of the BOTommont In greater aumoert
in proportion to tho population, than Colombo!,
aad na doobt manr familieo wiu doiciioi
Into, by roaoon of tho abteuce on duty, of
fathers whoto labor hat been their only rapport.
Tho tubjeot tboald attraot tht prompt attention
of our city council.
Speech of Hon. Benjamin Eason.
The reader will find on the first page of
Astotnass, thii evening, the speech of Hon.
D....Mm F.iaoN. of Wajne county, on
bill to lease the Pabtio Works, delivered In
Senate, on Friday last, the 19th of April. Mr
Eaton discnstei tbo question thoroughly,
glros tho reasons which govern blm in advoca
ting a lease, In such a satisfactory and conclu
sive manner that all can easily understand blm
His constituents, and all othsrs who read
speech, will thank him for this effort in favor
of a reform la tbo management of the Public
Works. ', . ' .
tT Tho Cincinnati Cemjaereisl correspondent,
In reOrtng to the meeting here on Saturday
afternoon last, taysi
i. aia iwitdn himaeirmncheradlt on thtl 1
Urn hi. ! In nart uUoa. Tb MOD I
lanort sartr, and all who cannot, al this hoar of
' coantrv'a pari). rlM loflnlUly above aoytblDg like
part? iplrlt. Tha andienoa faro anmUtakabla avidaa
on, of thalr tiirtllah for aoeh aopatrlotla aawttona
KDtiaienli.
All that Mr. Cox referred to was tho faot
his political frlsods had shown their patoiotism
by enlistment mora tnaa iuree-iouu .
thatrooos railed to hl Oitrlet being
mooraU. Hi pointed tti It with pride,
hoped his Rspablisaa friends weald emulate
aoblo an.'smpfe. There la no doobt of
f.Btntated b Mr.Cox, only bo has made
yatlaaatsi much too small. It Is not true
the audience expressed disapprobation,
thsy applauded Mr. Cox throughout.
Martial Law.
Ia these war times, when" to much it
about proclaiming martial law ia certain
and sections of the country, tba question
arise in some minds: What is martial lawt
following statements, condensed from a stand
ard work, will perhaps answer the question
wsll aa it can bo answered in a btief spsce:
Martial law is often confounded with military
law; but thess terms are by no mtans converti
ble. Military law, besids some customary
law, consists chiefly of ths articles of war;
Is to say, of the oodo enaoted by tho
legislative authority, as la England by parliament,
and In the United States by Congress,
for tbo government of the army and
It ombraoes, also, tbo body of tho rules
regulations which aro prescribed '. from
time to tlmo by competent military authority,
for tho pressrvatloo of tha gsneral discipline
and order. Military law does not supersede
tbo general municipal law; but la rather
branch of It. In this country, nnliko some
tho States of continental Europe, tho application
of military law to tha soldier is lot exclusive
of, bat co ordinate with, tho general civil law.
Every soldisr, atacitixen, is subject to
common law of tho land; but, as a soldier, hs
amenable to tha military law. Tho special bunals
which administer this law aro name!
courts martial, and hence, perhaps, has arisen
part tho confusion of tbo military law with
law martial.
'Martial law is," says Blacxstonx, "in
no law at all." Moat writers confound it more
or loss with military law. Perhaps, tbo clear
est definition of It is furnished by an old writer,
Smith, who, la his "English Republic," says:
"Martial law is tho law of war, that depends
on tbo just bat arbitrary power and pleasure
ths King. Tor, though ho doth pot make
liw but by common consent In Parliament,
In time of war, by reason of the necessity of
to guard against dangers that often arise,
esth absolute power; so that bis word is law,"
When In time of extreme peril to the state,
either firoa without or from within, the general
safety esnnot bo trusted to the ordinary admin
istration of government, it may become neces
sary to declare tht existence of. martial law.
This n Indsed no law at all in tho ordinary
" sense of law; it Is, la fact, ths abrogation of
That which is dona under martial law has
an Immediate eooetltutloual or leglslstlvs
Baacthn, as tho mllitaryjor the statute law
It proceeds directly from the military power,
whkh has In such case, become supreme.
Tot, perhaps, martial law may bo said to
press rtmoUly and indirectly tho will of
people. The Sapreme Court cf the United
flutes has held thai a Stato Legislators
proclaim Its existence whenever tho pablio safety
4. emends It; and tha Federal Constitution,
Implication, at least, also permits Its proclama
tion by that clause whloh provides that tbo
TtlegeOOt the leot torpui shall not bo
ponded, BnleH when, la eases of rebellion
Invasion, it Is essential to tbo general welfars.
Bat the great question is, who shall deter
mine whether martial law shall bo proclaimed
la a given oassT Uur authority says on
point, that tho right to determine whether
an exigency has arisen, belongs, it sesms,
clusively to Congress, or to tho Stato Loglala
ttt-es, acting within tho scope of their eonstltu
and
lions! authority . ' So la Eaglud. martial law
tu ineidsnt, tha suspension of the writ of
UeeseeertM, require the authority of parlia
mentary aeia to five them ft oaniUtuttoaarei,
lSlSBOS. v..y
Virginia Commission to Washington—Their
Report, Accompanied by the Reply of the
President.
On Monday, tho 15th of April, tbo Commit'
tlonert from Virginia to Washington mads their
report to tbo Convention at ftlohmond, and
shortly thereafter, and upon receipt ol me
President's Proclamation calling for 70,uuu
Volunteers, tho Convention went into secret
session. We append tho report of tho Com
mission, with ths rtply of tho Pretldtnt. They
are as follows;
REPORT OF THE COMMISSION.
a
Mr. Preston submitted the following report :
vh. flnMitiM antwkintAt a lha 8ih lnit.. tar UlU
OoaTtnUon with dliaction to watt upon tha Pmldent of
tha Unltad BUtaa, and prtatnt to him tot pnaaonaou
.lniU.1 mAnntmA aft th.t rl.V. t M, to TtUQTl Uimi,
In tht MIOlBMnt of thalr duty, thy left tba city of
Blchaand on tba morning or tna vta inaiant lor nuu-
lDwa wiiy, miwj wwiw, -' '
utalnoa nyua luinao iiw ,iwwb wi ..w
.hin Wuhiaiuin nnill elcnn u clock on
M-i. ' ... t q.v A i .MlAlr mi, thftt dmw tbev
eallad on tha PieildantaoS lofarawd blm mat tney nan
w.. .nnnu,,.ii . mnniittt bv u, uonreniion UI v ii
.i.i. 1m MMaaiAn. tn nMkM a oommnnlcaUoa to him
9 - . . . . ... LI . . .L..I. hAM
at which It woald bo agiaeabla to blm to racelv ui. Ila
hi i..i Km madIiI ha hmnn to noalTa al at t o alock
imi tBMi mwi. ana muniiu nm w uomu... mu
I .. kin. V..I
tha nazi morning, n arcuiuiug'j ..wu. u...
hour, whan wo praaentcd bim wltb tba rraolntton of tha
OouyantloiH and axplalutd to him our minion. Ha than
raad to nt a papor which ha itatcd he had j ntt preparad,
aa tba aoawar to tha aommanloatlon from tba Conven
tion, declaring that na aaa teen in tno niwipip,
proooadlnta of tba Oonrantlon, and tha Chirac ter of oar
minion. We herewith preeent the Preitdent'e reply to
the preamble and reeolutlon ol the uonriouon.
WM. BALLARD PRESTON,
ALEX, H. H. STUART,
GEO. W. RANDOLPH.
THE PRESIDENT'S REPLY.
to
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Hon. Heam. PaawTos, BnaiTand Eamdoitb: i.
n..iiMM.a rnmmlilia of tha Vlnrinli Con Ten-
Hon, now la melon, yoa preeent me a preamble and rea-
olntlon in ueee wonu:
m I,...., im h nnrnian nf thli OoaTention. tbo no
certainty which preralla In the public mind ae to the
policy which tne jreoorai iwni "
r .... . . ...... I . InliiflnmlA Ih,
wardi the seceded ttelee li extremely Injurioui to the
Indaetrlal and oommereUl lntereeiaor ine oouuur,
i, mm amiument which te nhfavorable to the ad-
Juatmentof pending dtmroltleo. and threaten! a dlilurb-
nee oi ue pnoimpoai, u-reiwir
--ceeoiteu. That a commiuwa oi wira avivsMM v r
pointed to wait on the Preeldent of the United Btatee,
, ,. hi., thia nrMnhl, and molntien. and reepeot-
fully aek htm to eommanicate to this Convention the
policy which the federal Bxteutlve Intends to purine
.-4 im ih. flonManU, Btatai." '
m,w . ; . . ... i . .i ,.
In aniwer, 1 have to eay uiai, niog at am uagiuuiui
of my officii I term expreteed aiy Intended policy
plainly aa I was able, It la with deep regret ana whbo
mortlfioation I now learn inaiinere u gi im
rioue uncertainty In the public mind ae to what Out pol
i ia MnA whaionnraa 1 Intend to Dareoe.
ftothavlngaeyet eeen oceaiton to change, It b) now my
anrpcee to pnnae the oouree marked out In the Iaaugu
..i ium. 1 aommand a careful eonilderatloo ot tbe
whole document, aa the but expreeelon that I caa glee
ef my parpjeea. Ae I then and therein aald. I now re'
.' MaSJad ta ho will be need to hold, oocn-
i. ...it -i ....j .1. . halomlne to
leTOrnmenUandtoeaUeotthadatleeand Import! i
beyond what la aeoeeeary for taeae ebjeeta there will
no Invatloa, no ulng of force agaioet or aaung tha peo
ple anywhere." ..........fc.
aytneworae --prop-riy aou ytwxm kiw,..,
..mMiii." lahlrflralludetothe military poeteand
property wbkbwere la the poeoeeatoa ef the GoTerament
when li came to my uauui. ,
Bnt If, ae now appear! to be true, In pnrratt of a pur-
poee to drive the United Btatee authority Im tneee
oleeee. an unprovoked emult ku been made upon Fort
.u. I hail hold ainclf al HbartT to repoeaew, II
an, Uke placet which had been eeiied before the Ouvera-
ment wae oeeoiTaa upon warn.
And, In any erent, i ehall, to the belt of my ability,
repel foree by force. . .
Ia eeee it proree trae that Fort Bomter haa feeea ae
eanlted, ae la reported, I thill, perhepi, came the United
Btatee mailt te be witnarawa irom an ina ora
eUlm U hare eeceded, bellCTtng that tha eommenea-
ment of actual war agalnit the Uovernment juiuuee
poeiibly demandi it.
Ieeareely need to ear that I eoniider tbe military
poeu mJ property limited wlthla'the Butee which
claim to bare eeowted ae yet Ulongiag to tbe ruiorn
rnenl of Uie United Butea, aemacbv t eld before
h. . . 1 I
Wbateree lt mmj So for tha pnrpoea, tehall
attempt ' - ooiiect the dntieeand Impoeta by any armea
aui or an Dart oi ueoounuy notmoaninx or una
however, that f aaay sot land a force deemed neeeeaary
te relieve a tort upon IM twraer oi wo eonntry.
fna tha bat tkat 1 haea a us tad a Dart of the loan
anral Addreaa. it mut not be Inferred that I repudiate
hi athir nart. the whole ot which I re-aSrm. except
fu at what I bow eay of the malls aaay be regarded
modiUciUon, .......
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
Columbus, O., Saturday, April 20.
bnt
Aneon Itager, Oen'l Bnpt., and Charlee Davenport,
Slv. Bnpt. Weetera Union Telegraph company:
Neither transmit nor deliver any order
arms or munitions of war unless for defense
the Government of tho United States, nor
meeaape in cipher, unless from the government
of the United States.
Address this order to all your operators
W. DENNISON,
Governor of Ohio.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
Cleveland, O., Saturday, April 20.
as
Th nil Omemr atihm Wtttr Union TtUoravA
jjatty north of IM VMQ JCttr ana JJ oj wt
tiutfpi:
You will not transmit, receive or deliver
order for arms or munitions of war unless
defense of the Government of the United States,
nor any message lo clptaer.unlets from tho Got-
eramsnt or too umtea states.
ANSON STAGER,
General Superintendent.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer of Tuesday.]
Correspondence Between the Steamboatmen of
Cincinnati and the Mayor of New Orleans.
and
a
of
Tbe following correspondence between Cap
tain D. B. Herron, Secretary of tbe .Steamboat-
men's Association, and tbe Hon J. T. Monroe,
Mayor of New Orleans, per telegraph, spsaks
for itself- Tho lawful commerce of tho Mis
sissippi valley will not bo interrupted, and
Northern steamers win ne proiectea at new
Orleans.
CINCINNATI, April 19.
2b Bit Honor John T. Monro, Mayor of Xw OrUam:
Will tha Northern steamboats viaitlnc vour
oity be protected in carrying on the lawful com
of tho V alley T Please an
D. B. HERRON,
Sec'y Steamboat Association.
NEW ORLEANS, Saturday, April 20.
In
tho
P. M. Eirron, Stortaty atocmboat Captain Jmo-
datum.
Yes, tbev will be protected In lawful traffic
and wo shall expect the same course to be pur
JOHN T. MONROE.
Mayor of New Orleans.
of
any
yet,
it,
be
Tiis Abmt Oath. Tbe following Is theosth
whish all volunteers snd regulars, mustered In
to tbo service of tha United States, are required
to take before their final enrollment:
"I, , do solemnly swear thai I will
bear true allegiance to the United States of
America: tbatl win serve- them noneatiy ana
ieithfuIlT sgeinst all enemiea or oppoeers what
soever; that I will obey tbe orders of tho Presi
dent of tbe United States and of the offloers ap
pointed over -me, according to tne rules oi tne
armies of tho United States, so help me God."
it.
not
Was Txbms. A casemate Is a stone roof to a
fort, made sufficiently thick to resist tbo force of
cannon balls, and a casemate gun ie ono which
ia placed under a Casemate. A barbette gun la
ono whloh is plaeed on top of tha fortification..
Aa embrasure la the bole or opening tnroogn
which guns aro fired from fortifications. Loop
boles are openings In walls, to fire muiketry
through. ,.. '. o , :. j:
hat.
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FsxsBtVATioR or thb Haib. Soma attention
paid to thia Item of propriety would avoid much
of tba Baldness so prevalent in this county
Dr. BaixiaoBAM, of London, has Immortalizsd
his nsmo as the inventor of a "Stimulating On
ffwenl," which oould bo as appropriate in prevent
ing as in curing baldness. To cause a luxuriant
growth of beard or whiskers it Is equally cor
tain. Messrs. H. L. Hioima ft Co. no have
tho entire American market. Hence wo look
for a largo Increase tln hirsute appendages
among our young men.. 800 our advertising
columns.
CT R-Ksxr ATaics, No. 165 South High
Street, bat a very choice assortment of finM and
Silver Watches, fioo Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
a fisted ware, as prices to suit the times.
Gtrtanixr's Balm it one of tbe beet remedies
for Headache wo have over known., ,
ST All should read Prof. Wood's advertise
ment In another column. - '-
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tho Adams Expross Company placet Of dally I
audsr omigatioita to It for tho very latest paper
from tht eastern cities, v - v s I
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thanks for Its dally lavors In tho shape of tho I
very lata eaesem paper. I VI 7 '
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Bj Wo are requested to say that a meeting
of oltlstos will bo bsld at Montgomery Hall, on j
to-morrow Tuesday) evonlor, at 8 o'clock, for
tho purpose of organising a Homo Guard.' r
ST Messrs. BstTronui 6t Co.t of this olty,
have taken a contract from tho State to furnish
two thousand uniforms, at tlxteen dollars each
ETWe learn that Quarter-Master General
woon nas nougnt two tnou.ana oi., tsriELD S
i a .. .a at -a a
Patent Breech-Loading KI tte Muakett, lor the
use of the Ohio troops.
O John GaaRAif, Esq , our now Postmaster,
entered upon tbo duties of fats effloe this mor
ning. ' Wo concur with the general opinion In
this community, that Mr. Gbaram will make an
accommodating and efficient Postmatter.
IL7.It will be seen lrom the proceedings of a
meeting at Armory Hall on Saturday evening,
and to bo found elsewhere In our columns, that
new company, "State Feooiblet, Ho. 8,". Is
about to bo organised for tho defence of tho
State... Success to iL and all similar' orgsnlca
lions.. , ... 5
Thb Postsmootsi Wiiklv Patsiot. We
I I . t s i , a . . i r 1 1 .
nave juai receieeu tne nrsi numoer oi uie now
TiAmriAritln nanAp.nnhltiihMl at PitFtamnuth.nhin.
to n. .. ., . ...
bj oiauiL 1 1 ii. mr. riaa ia a roiorau euitur,
who has been in many a hard-fougbt political
battle, and won both honor and dittinotion. We
wish him succsas In bis new patriotic effort at
Portsmouth.
MosTOoatiav Guards. This gallant Com
pany, Capt. TosNxr, Is fast filling np Its ranks
of volunteers for camp and field duty. - It had
at Its recruiting office, on tho wast side of High
street near Gay, at ten o'clock this forenoon,
about sixty volunteers on its roll. 'The com
plemeot of men will probably bo made qut this
afternoon. Tho .Company expect to orgsnize
and go Into camp to-morrow.
- Hoour & CaMrsrix's Minstsils at Asm obt
Hall It will be seen by advertisement in an.
other column that thess eslebrated Minetrtlt
will perform at Armory Hall, on to-morrow
(Tuesday) ( and Wednesday evenings.. Thess
Minstrels promise a rich and varied bill of fare,
and from tbo reputation they bring with them,
wo have no doubt that they will fully redeem
their pledge. Their singing. dancing, and act
ing lo comedy, tragedy and farce, hers elicited,
wherever they have performed, universal sp-P'-
Smear at thb Caiir. Yesterday' wits
thronged and busy day at Camp Jacktoo. From
morning till night, crowds of visitors, mew', Wo
men and children, continued to pour In through
tbe guarded gateway. Workmen, ?re busily
engaged upon the long barracks in course
oooi trno tl ft r to " furnlah "bonks" or sleeping
prases for tbo soldiers. A sermon was preach
ed to tho soldiers In the morning by the' Rev.
Anson Smiths, State School Commltsionsr,
and In tbe afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Gsam
mab, of tbo Trinity (Episcopal) Church, of
city. - Rev. Mr. Alum , of tho Baptist Church
In this city, also participated In tho religious
erclees at tho Camp. Daring these exercises,
good order and decorum prevailed.
Covbbnob'S Gpaids Tha Recruiting Oflldh
at the Armory of tho Governor's Guards
doing, to use a common phrase, "a land office
business." - -' ; '
Companiea A. and B , Governor's Guards,
already In 'camp.
' Tha following aro the officers elected
Company B.i . , "i
Capt. Henry Wing. - '.
lit. Lieut W. H.Sage.
2d. " W.L. Patterson.
3d. " ' Joeepb Steely.
1st. Serg't W. H, Walker.
For a third Company, Company C, Govern
ors Guards, about fifty men had volunteered
ten o'clock this morning. It will probably
full, organise and go Into camp by Wednesday,
Abbival or Taoors Yesterday, Sunday
some twenty or thirty men, belonging to differ
ent companies, arrivod and joinsd their respect
ive companies in Camp Jackson.
This morning, the Hamilton Gusrds, Cspt,
Rossman, 107 men, rsnk and file, arrived
Hamilton, Butler oounty, and went into camp
Tbit la tho second Company from Hamilton
haa gone Into the service.
At noon, to-day, the Springfield Washington
Guards, Capt. Vbranoa, 67 men, rank and
and the Union Guards, Capt. Wiavxs, of
din oounty, 80 men, rank and file, arrived
went into oamp this afternoon.
Tho Washington Guards Is the second com
pany of volunteers from Springfield.' We
that a third company Is forming.
Fifteen of Cspt, Wkavbb'b Union Gusrds
from Richland county, fie left fifty men
that oounty at Crestline, to assist ia forming
full company from Riohland. ' :' '
Tho Crittenden Gusrds, from Chllllcothe,
Capt. Eilmobb, 100 men, rsnk and file, arrived
this afternoon and went Into csmp.
There Is now mora than men enough In
Jsckson to form a third regiment, and
companies are still announced as ready or
ready to come. We understsnd that a system
drilling will probably be adopted at the
at Columbus, Cincinnati snd Cleveland,
the men are ordered into active service. ' '
P, S. We learn that some 500 or 600 addl
tional troops arrived at tho depot 'Just as
were sending our forms to the press. .
, mm 1 1
1 Thb Govxsaoa's Goasos Mb. Cox's Sfbbch
After electing their officers at their Armory
Saturday, the Governors Guards' marched
ths rotunda of tha Capitol; where Gsn. Cab.
binotow addressed tbem In a happy speech,
cepting their services. -The rotunda was
with cltlasnt, some thousand being present.
tbe request of Capt.' Mabbow, of tho Gaard,
Mr. Cox waa called on and addressed tbo
diers and oitiseos. ' His speech was very
nest. While avoiding any reference to parti
san or political I questions, he ' said '
the causes of this great peril would hereafter
be enquired of; he Invoked the patriotism
tho people to uphold- tho best government
earth aad tha constellated fiig whloh was
enblem. Ho said thsrt was no emotion, unlets
it was that of religion, equal to patriotism;
that wo must sustain; tbo msglstrscy and
government, oven if we disliked tht men
held power. He referred to tho fact that
this service, In this District, at lea it two. thirds
were his porsoaal and political friends; and
heart went with thorn. Ho referred to Capt.
Maaaow as Southern' uto who goes
to do bis doty to. ths flag,' and1 invoked
tha warmest sympathy of the Company
stand by bins ia Us sacrificeaii While the speak
er prayed God to auks an and of (his grVat
ho
.
mii
hoped out Government might fmla
Bonnmont of tht patriot! devotion of tha trno
oltlseni of oar beloved Union. '
Mr. Cox't powh was received with obMM
, , " ..... .
vuiuuaiBun( Biter wuicu tuBuuiupauj uiuvu-
eamptfaakeeB, ht 0 they now, with other
patriotic companies , await ordari.
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Rn.MVaufitvrM V 9. Al a' maatlna halrl
at Arn,ory Hall Commlttte Room, on Saturday
evening, April 90tb, to organise a new Military
uompenw foe the defense or unto, to oo oaueu
Slats FtntibUt As. 9, Company C Lieut.
Geo. H. Earhart was called to tho chair, and
John G. Thomnaon annolntad Seoretarv.
Alter 40 names bad beenootainea to tne ron,
an order front General Head Quarters 0. V. M.
was bad for an oleotlon of offlosrs. to take piaoo
at their Armory, on Thursday, May 2d, 1861 ,
7j o'clock, F. M. ' .
' 1 US 1-HJIIlUaUlW wajna. I1UU bus 1UIUI ASSBM iwwvu
hU)fc jn th. oholo- of Geo. C. Crnm,
Cantaln: James N. Howie. 1st Lieut, t E. A
Fitch, 2d Lieut.: Peter Cornell, 3d Lieut. j W
R. Patta. Eni in.
The following committee was appointed on
1 iBanoe, tosoiioit aid to equip ue companj i
C. Ct Cox, M- a. Nell, ueo, a. csruari, r
J. Savase. and C. R. Leibv.
On motion, the following oommltteo wao ap
pointed to request the business msn of this city
to ciote their reipecuvi puces oi ounuoee "7s
o'clock P. M.. In order to Rive young men an
opportunity of attending drills : A. C, King, C
a. meuarv. ana James . nowia.
on motion, the memosrsoi mit compauj ar
MmiMtaii ta maat at thalr Armorv avsrv even-
ne. (oondsvs oxcenteai ai & o-eioca a. w.,
GEO. W. EARHART,
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman.
Secretary.
Rail Road Time Table.
(rrris slum Ooument Jt Zeati B B.
-.
I
I
:
. HTHi
Arrives
ninnlnniU AflOAmmOdutlcn, 5. OS A. Al
9:03 P. M
' --Bapreei 1?0A. M
1190 A.M. UN 1. B
Ueil AceommodiUon 1:M V. m
Ul.hl EvnfMt 111 DMtl&.ll W BUIIKUI 0.4V
. W. DonatTV, Agent.
. Unmnm At fti rvvr.. im a. B., f
Night Bapreee...
...1:40 A. St. Ii:er.
New York Bxpreee
I Hill and Accommodation.
10 A.M. 11:10 A. M
. ISO P.M. 0:10 P. At.
Jaaaa P.TTaaeoa, Agent,
'CaWTaaLOmo E.
No. lKipreM.....
Mo. do ....
No. t . i
. 3:90 A. M.
.11:18 A. SI
. 3:10 P. H.
W.J.
11: A. M
11:45 P. &
4:50 A. M
I au. Agent,
aminiM. Gold ue ot St Owcnraan B. .
IfailTrela
Bipretl Train.
110 A.M. HHt.a
11:18 A.M. 11:44 P. M
Joe. Boainoa, AgeBi.
Cuinaaoe at Imusorout, B. B.
(WoMaoe Piaua St Iaouaa B. a.
i xi SSCA. at. 1J0P. M
S:a f " 3 00 P. At. 4S P. M
Accommodation
IftM A. hi
v.
a
Cooam. Tht tudden on anges of oar eB mat
are sources of Pulmonary , Bronchial and Asth
matic Affections. Experience having proved
k.t .u.u ..n.iiiM often act soeeduy and
.kan tikan In tha esrlv staces 01 the
disease, recourse should at once bo bad
flroiea'e BroacMal 2Vsces,M or Loxenges, let
th rnid. Conirh. or Irriutios of tbo Throat be
ever so slight, aa by this precaution a more se
rious attack may be tffeotuaily warded off.
r.,hiin Snaikara and Sinsera will find them af-
feotuat ibr clearing and streogiaeniua; v
Ha ariaartlaamant. For Sale Wholesale
od retail, by Roberta t Samuel, No. 84 1 North
Hih street, 9. oamuei er vo., iv. s"
iin- street.' '
. . " " mm
of
this
ex
aro
for
at
bo
from
that
file,
Har
and
learn
are
from
a
Csmp
other
of
camps
ws
on
to
ac
filled
?At
sol
oar-
that
of
on
its
tho
who
for1
bis1
out
to
trial,'
fjTWo congratulate our readers upon the
discovery of a euro for Rheumatism, Gout and
Neuralgia, aud all Mercurial Dissssea, wntcc
la effected without tho use of Internal medicines
which destroy tbe constitution and give tempo
rary rslief only. In (act It ia tbe only known
remedy effecting a perfect cure, and wo
warranted, from Its recommendations, la caning
the attention of tho afflicted and those having
Wanda Buffering from Rheumatism, Gout
Neuralgia, or tha pernicious effects of Mercury
to tha advertisement in another column of
paper, of Dr. Laland's Anti-Rheumatio Band
Wood's Haib Rbstobativs has acquired
reputation from edtual tesrana ewperimrai
which cannot be enhanced by newspaper puffs
In our own vicinity it haa bean extensively used
aad wa believe in every ease with every desired
result, and receives tho universal endorsement
of all who have tried It. Wa therefore reoom
mend It as one of those1 few genuine tmstrami
which Bcoomnllshes all it nrofssses, and all
bald and gray could desire. Columbi Spy.
Good. Wo met 000 ot our friends yesterday
on Broadway, and were astonished at the change
in his appsaranco. . A lew weens ago we
him. ha was Dale, lean and delected: complain.
Ing of weakness and debility, having been
afflicted all summer, now ne sppssrs m do
hcalthv and strong. We learn he owea nis
toratlon entirely to McLxan's Stbbbothknino
Coboial. '
Wo advise all who are complaining of Gen-
a.l Ttahllltw to tr Iti it la certainly a
pleasant remedy. Wo learn that there are
quantities of it selling dally. Morning tferaU
O- See advertisement of Prof. Miixxa'
Hair Invlgorator In another column.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ARMORY HALL!
; t ",J0R TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
Twetday ftWoAmasAftWoArrleSgeYSA.
'1 . mmmmmmt
j HOOLEY & CAMPBELL'S
IwiXlntirol3!
'" i ' ' ' rsoM '
Niblo's Saloon, Broadway, N.
Tbe most Talsntsd and Versatile Company
. , Exittenoa, comprising tbo
C2EAM 07 .' THB FE07E38I05
Whoaa Ooncerte, taring tbe part seven months, at
there popular Saloon, nart ottoitM ine nig neet enoomi
amt from the New Tori preee, and have been wltnened.
by over 150,000 ef the elite anS tataloa of lha (Teat
tropolis. . . . . ,. - '. - -
1 ' - The above aaeanalled Traapewlll appear la
New 8enct,Actt, Dnacee, Barleao.we
aperi a;ana"oiTt aBwr
, . . sua at raaaa.
forming t programina of aezoepUonablo neveltlee,
tbe mott atiraeure entartauuneni ever enerea 10 ine
taeaaof Oolamkne. -Doors
open at 7; to common oe at I o'elook.
TICKETS. TWESTY-riVE CENTS
TrPParnartlanlars. ate nroaramme. JTI
. aprllSSdlt ; , 1. O.TaBB, Agtnt.
Master Commissioner's
Bale.
1 , . Barr;Kellog - :
ve. ,
Theodora Oometook at al..
Court of Common Pleu.
BY VIKTUE OP AN OB DEB OW SALE
ta ma dlraetad from the Innerlor Court of
Ub eoantv, Ohio, I will oiler for tale at tht door
tbt Court Home, la the cltjr of Oolambot, on
Saturday, tbe 26th day of May, A. D.
between the hoar, of 10 aclock. A. St.. and 4 o'elock
t. M., the followtog deeeribedrealeitate.eitnato In
eoantyof Vranklln, and Btote of Ohio, and townahlp
Sharon, to wit: PartofliOt no, . Bteiion a, xownuip
, Kaoae 18, United Btatee Allllterr land, bounded on
weit br the Wortblngton and Oolnmbna plank road,
tbe auuthby landi of John flregg, en tbe wait by
tier llms and on the north by the land of State I.
,'eontalDlng U aoret more or lew.
ALSO, Lot No tll.exoopt about one aalfaaaere lying
Ihe watt tide and adjoining th Clereland and Oolnmbna
Bill Bead, deeded logaeu Olvkej;iald tot No. H9,
In BeotlonS, TownthlpB, Bange IB, United
Military land, aud bounded on tfeeweotbjr tht tier
enthiooutnbr landa of Orange J ohaeon, ea Iheeaetby
the eeetloa Una, aad ea tht north bf landi ef Moeee
W llklnoon. containing SS acree more or If ei.
. Appralaed at, Part of Lot No. , B50 OVptr acre.
" , LotMo.ee, 39 00 '.
I fl. W HUlf HAH, Shorts'
. ap90-dltw4t. "' " aad Maeter OemmieelOBer,
frlntert feet M.OO.
Orrws or Cotonsoe Oas Lwiit A Cola Co.
'Vim ' i Oouaava, Obm, April 11, 1B61.
rpHB ANNCAEi MBETINO T THB
J. . Steckholdere of IhltOompaDy will be held at
Omee.tn the Olty of Oolambae. aa MONDAY, THB
BAT OF AJ-RJL, 1801, at 9 o'oloe P. H.
' apll-dtd. - W. S. MILLS, Iterttary.
NEW ADVERTISEKENTS4
e
feel
or
our
a
the
taw
so
iai,
res
very
large
Y.
in
the
me
ani
eu-
Vrank-
of
1861
the
of
the
on
tbe
Wil
klneon, en
be
lie Btatee
line,
I.
)
their
d
JOTHI AU1HI01N WATCH COMrAMTi of Walt-
ham, Uaaf.,begatooaU lie attention of tht pnblleto
tht following tmphatlt neommaadaUea of Willaam
Watohet, by the leading practical Watebaukeitand Jew-
elera throughout the tTolted Btatet. Tht entire list of
Ignatuiea to It U quite too long for publloallon la one
adrertleement; bat the namet preiented will as reoof-
niied by thote acquainted with the Trade at being la tht
hleheet decree reepectablt and and Influential. At thalr
eitablbhmentt may alwayt be found tht genuine Watch
es of the Company'! manufaoture, la great variety.
Signature! from many citiee and towns not rally rep-
resented in thli Hit will appear la s future edvertttt-1
ment-
XOTHEFWLIO.' '
Theunderaljned.practloal Watchmikere and dealers In
Watches, having bought and told American Watohia for
a number of yean put, and having dealt la all kinds of
foreign Watchei for a much longer period ef time, beg to
itatt that they have never dealt In Watohet which, as a
date, or In Individual Initaneet, have been more eatle-
factory to themiolvee or euitomera, whether la reepeot ef
durability, beauty of finlih, mathematically correct pro
portions, accurate compensation and ad J airmen t, or of
fin Umt-tttping rttvllt, than thote manufeeturad by
tbt Waltham Company,
N. I. CRITTENDEN,
WH. BLYNN,
JAMES J- noss,
Clevelaad,
Colnmbni,
Ztneevllle,
Cincinnati,
Ohio.
H. JENKINS Si CO.,
BKUUH St BM1TH.
WM. WILSON UcORBW.
DUHMB ac CO.,
COBUAur,
C PLATT.
i
Delaware,
Warree,
Ohlotgo,
La Bella,
Peoria,
KINO at BROTHER,
T. fcl. M. KDVTABDB,
III.
P. J ALKXANDBR,
JOHN H. MOKSB,
A. HEPPIBR.
W. H. RIOHMONA,
H. D. KAYS,
A. B. GILLKTT,
8. D. LILLKBTON,
Bhwmlogtoa, "
.i .,
Decatur, '
BprlnglleM, '
Quloej,
J. B. CUKE AN,
i, W. SHOWN,
1. B. TOB1N.
BAB8B HULSHAN,
A. P. BOYNTON,
WH.M.MAYO,
Galena,
JtcktooTllle,
Oberrp Qrove
Freeport,
Pru,
Canton
Bjracaae,
Mewbargh,
Bocheiter,
. NORTH KY,
A. W. FORD, -WJf
. BCHBBZER,
J. M. VOX,
WILLAR1) fcllAWLKl,
N. BAlOilT,
H. D. RO8F.NBKR0,
C.A.BCRRfcCO.
B. 8. KTTKNUKIMEB it CO.
WM . 8. TAYLOR,
W. W. HANNAH,
H. B. Sc H. C. CARPXHTIB,
H08KIN8 A KVAN8,
HAIUUT ALBAOH,
JAMKb HYDB,
JOHN B. 1YB3,
WILLIAMS t CO. ,
J. N. BEN NET,
A, 8. STORM .
WM. 8. MORGAN,
HENSBRbON BRO'8
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD A PUTMAH.
X. T.
UUca, '
HudiOD,
Troy,
Oewego,
Auburn,
..
Falrport,
Canandalgua,
i
Poughkteptle,
Bitarla.
AeuUrdta,
Baratoga,
Albany,
14
Goebon,
' Ptnn YaiV '
-Cattklll,
Indlanapolll,
.
u
Richmond,
Torre Hautt,
Bulllran.
Plymonlh,
Kalamaaoo,
Detroit,
JBNNINOB BKU'S
JOHN J. JBNKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS, ..
WARDEN.
0. DUNNINO,
J DID, as W luuaitvi
W. P. BINGHAM A CO.,
0HA8. 0. FRENCH.
Ind.
NoLANE,
A. DI0KBN8EN.
G. H.BA800M A CO.,
M. BTAN81I.
ADOLPH MYBR8,
THBO. f . PICKERING,
Mich.
SKO. DOTY.
M. 8. SMITH
A. B. VAN COTT,
JOHN BLRIN3,
H.N.BHBRMAN,
Milwaukee,
Racine,
Belolt,
Janetville.
Wla.
B. O.BPAULDINO,
W. A. GILB8,
BIINIMAN A MKYRAN,
Prairie du Chlen,
rituburgn,
Norrittown,
..
tattoo,
Pa.
8 AM L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T. K0PL1N.
0B0. W. 8TEIN,
OKO. B. TITUS.
HKCKMAN A YOHB,
OBO. BTEIN,
Allentown,
Weetcbeeter,
Willlamepait, -
Cheeur,
Lebanon,
IlarrUburt.
York,
Lanoattar
Beading
Chambarieeirg,
Oreeniburg,
Newoattle,
Bbentburg,
Uaneh Chunk,
Athlaad,
Indiana
B. J.LA8CBLLI,
BAM'LOAUMAN,
J08BPH LADOMUB,
J. J. BLAIR.
OBO. W. McOAlLA,
IRANC1BO. POL ACE,
O.M.'ZAHN.
OBOBOB HBLLXB,
V.P'HBLLEB,
B. AUGHINRACaH,
B T. HOFfMAN,
J. CkHANNA.
0. T. ROBERTS,
J. 0. COLON.
0HA8. L. riBHKB,
B. M. Bt. OLAIS.
B. A A. PBTEH80N j
Boranton,
Patereoa, .
Newark,
Bordenlowa,
Trenton. -
Cumberland,
Pulaakl,
Naahville,
Bprkagfiekl,
Olarkivllle,
Bavannah
Bt. Loait
DAVID LAVBBACK,
W.T. BAB,
BNOOH I. BILLS,
HBNBY n. JAMBS,
T. 8- LITTLE,
0AB80N A BRANNOR,
TH09. OOWDKY,
A. W: PYLE,
giMPSoN a raiCE,
T.W.8K1FP,
N. J.
lid
Tena.
,
t,
H
Oa.
Mo.
J. A A, GARDNER
W.O. DF.PRIE2.
MATJRICB HENRY,
JEHU BYLVB8TEB,
.I
a.
N. 0.
a
J T. SCOTT A CO.,
Wheeling.
Richmond, "
Balem, .
T. B. HUMPHnXXB,
X.A. VOOLER,
P. W. LEINBKOK.
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
Newberry,
8. 0.
BENJ. B. COOK,
8. 0HILD8,
DEXTER A BABKINB,
I.D.T1BDALE,
ALBERT PITTS,
BLLIB QirrORD,
V. W. MACOUBEB, '
J.J BURNS,
JE88B SMITH,
T. H. LAMB,
8. N. 8TOBY,
LEVI JOHN80N,
ANDREW WARREN,
0. W. POOO,
AMOS BAN BORN,
JOHN BARTON.
JOHN McGRBQOR,
W. M.ttOOT.
JOHN B. 80OTT, . .
N. MOODY.
WM. KIRKHAM, Jr.,
L.D. ANTHONY A CO.,
PBLBG ARNOLD,
TI10MAB 8TBELB A CO.,
HEMINGWAY A BTBVBNI,
WM. BOOEBB A BON,
0. J.MUN80N,
X. BENJAMIN,
J. B. KIRBY,
GEOROR BROWN,
B. B. HUNTINGTON A CO.,
B. A. W00DI0RD, '
H. D. HALL.
JOHN L. SMITH,
JOHN GORDON,
J. 0. BLACKMAN, -
JAB.B. AYRBS,
BHEBBUBNB SHAW, .
L.R. lUNDEiteON,
B. KNIGHT,
N. O. CARtt,
GEO. W.UKK WACO.,
8. J.MELLIBII.
W. O. 0. WOODBURY,
REUBEN 8PENCRB, - .r'
WM. B. MORRILL,
RICHARD GOVE.
JONATHAN H08MIR,
N. W. GODDARD, -
OHAS. X. BACON,
1. M. HARDIBON,
TWOMBLY A SMITH,
MOSES M. SWAN,
J. A. MERRILL
JAMES EMERY,
BIM EON BLOOD,
HENRY H.IIAM,
ROBERT N. B0D8B, .
HENRY McKENNKY,
J.T. HOWLAND,
TOMPKINS A MORRIS,
0. 0. WILLIAMS,
0. 8. A 0. L. ROGERS,
D. X. LUCY,
D. O. HALL,
BRINSMAID A HILDRETH,
O.H. HARDIN1,
T. O.PHINNir,
A. A. MBAD.
J. 0. BATES,
J.H. MURDOCH",
0. 0. CRILD8,
0. H. HUNTINGTON,
FOSTER OROW,
W. K. WALLAOB,
LXANDB8 AMADON,
O. 8. JBNNINOB,
GBBOOR A CO.,
B. OOCKRBLL,
Northampton, Mate.
New Bedford,
.i . . u
Taunton,
I u
PallBlver, '
., ii
Glouoetler, .- . "
Bales -
Woreeittr, ' "
. . ' M
"."..'
Waltham, u
LeweU, ;
Lynn,
Lewrenct ;
PlttiBeld, .;
Greenfield,
Springfield,' '.
Providence,
B-1.
JS. oreenwlco, "
Hartford, ' Conn.
Kew Haven, ' "
i . rr
-...'.! 4'
-.,.'.; , at
Danbury, - j "
..... 1 ".
UlddUtown,
.. -
New London, f '
Bridgeport, . ' '
Watarbury,
..Sanborn ton, . H. Hi
Ooncord, ,
Dutvtrrv
Omremont,
. Bxeter,
Laooola, " :-
i J
i
I
' i .
1 M
1 I M
' Saanua, -, .
. ,.i ,
Dover, - " .
So. Berwick,'
Saoo, ... , J '
Auguita; ',
Portland,
Backtport,- -Rockland,
Portiaoulh,
,.t . . .
Auburn, -Bath,
s
Bangor, .. .
, . .
Gardiner,
lioulioa, "
Lewliton, ': ' ,'
Burllogton, .
Me.
i :
tt.
nrtoioro,
Wontptller, ; .
NorthOeld, ;
JohnebUiy,
Bt. Albane,
Ckeleea,
Newbury,'
Bellow, Fall!,
New Orleans, .
Nitehei,
Mllford,
Toronto,
Mlie.
Del.
O.W.
A n. HALL,
ROBERT W1LKIB,
Caotios. Aa our Watch Is now ixttnilvely oounter
felted by foreign manufacturer!, we bars to Inform
pablio that so watch is of our production whloh Is aaae
companlcd by a certificate of gtnulnenen, bearing
number of the watch, and ilgned by our Treaiurer',1.
1. Kobblne, or by our predecessors, Appletoa, Tracy
Ct - : ' : :-';-- -
Al theit watch,! art for eale by Jewelers generally
throughout tht Union, tht American Watch Company
do not solicit orders for single watches. 7, '5
BOBBINS A APPL1TOW, ;
Whtleeals Agenta, Vot 183 Qroadway W.I.
ap80:ds.o.4.ttO,f .Jai.ls, .
'
tbt
lha
A
J
j ;
r
;H
vV
3t:
TSEIAXJTTBXTXjJ i
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER?
i
r-vwita aipmt iwa STOCK IS UNtTSCAL.'
II laiarte and welt aewrted. The very lateet patterna
from AMXHIOAN, XNOUSH and FRENCH iraoloriei.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDEKS.
" : Gold and Velyet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
SXDEXIGrHT
. AND
FIRE BOARD PAPERS
; Gold and Painted Shades,
. G01aT
Vsf JLilUU V UUIUl WJWj
BUFF, BLUE,
'-: AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WIHD0WFIXTUEE8, all kinds,
.- . , " . . ..
CORD AND TASSELS,
; BEAUTIFUL PICTURES :
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
100 aoxLtix zwiBix&tn
COLUMBUS, O.
H. B. Landlord! and penosa wlihlng qaantltiet of
Paner will make money by buying ol m. Lountry
Mtrohanta and persona from abroad will do well to call
I end ate ai. , . aprll l-dSmeod . , .a.
' Ourrn Oman. (bid. Hoartnul. Jnflu-
. na, anv Jritatton or Sormt of tlu
throat. eUM th Bwueking Covah
en Vontvmptiony BronMtii, Attha
ma, and Hatarrh, Clear and git
ttrngthtoth90tcor
PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
and 8INUEKS.
.r tha Imnortanct of checking a Cough
or "Common uoiu; . ;..-. 7,-" -,
iXjScta'T ?,r7nial7rrt&l
Snuloant IngredlenU. allay Pulmonary and
Bronchial irritation.
mnr,-amm i- tun,! trouble In my Tnroat, tror wnicn
Itne ' jrocnm a y "-b -
TROCHEB often a mere wniiperer.
N . P. WILLIS.
BROWN'S
"I recommend their uit to Posnc BiaaK-
TBOOHIBl
R1V. E. CHAPIN.
uBavt proved extremely oervlAablo
BROWN'S
Hoaaeeweee."
"Almoet'lnetant relief la the diitresilSj
TROOBXB
labor ol brntning peeuimi to .'
BBOWrTB
..-... n V . a., u. aauutgiun.
"Contala so Oplom or anything injurl
TBOOBXB
aaa. "' ""i
BROWN'S
A' elmpla and pleasant combination
C00OBB, AO." . n
TROCHISl
. . . unu u. a. vmauvni
Botton.
I BROWN'S
DH. J. F.W.LANB.
(ROOBIM
Botton,
"I have craved then excellent for Wuoor-
IBOWH'B
iao Cotjea.''
' BIV. B. n. lTABtlC,
(100H1H
Botton.
"BeaettcUl when eoapalled to epeak, tuf-
BROWN'S
terlac from Cou."
T BOG ESS!
' ' .' St. lout.
.u,.iir, .taflv.aDUH,
"BrracTDAi. ia removing Iloarieneee
BROWN'S
Irritation of the Throat, to common wltb
SrBAKtuand StaaM."
TROCHSS
- Prof. BTAOT juuHBun.
. v - La Orange, da.
BROWN'S
. c : Teacher of Muilo, Southern
female College.
TROOHXBj
'Great benefit when taken before and after
BROWN'S
nreachine.ai the prevent Boarieneia. From
I-. . T . '.LI.L Ik.. 11 U
tneir paet enect, i uiuia uiy ,m v.
TI0C9BB;
manent advantage tome."
RBV. M. HUWbal, A. m.
BROWN'S
Preildeat of Athena Oollege, Tenn.
TROOBIB
TTTBold bv all Dnudiiti at TWENTY-
JT1V M VAAtVO uv'aatAA
JtOBBRTS A SAMUEL,
Droggiita, S4 North Elchatreet.
. a. . bamubl a oo..
8S South Blgh street, Oolnmbna, 0.
mar7-deodla
NEW ARRIVALS
'. OS' ' ".
Spring & Summer Millinery.
- This Stoolc Replentsbed .
FBOITI LATBST IMPORTATIONS
NEW YORE:. :
' '"" MT STOCK OF '
Spring Sc Summer Millinery
Is bow eoaaplttt, oomp rlilng every variety of Mlllln
try; alto, a large assortment of Embroideries, Boelery
and NoUons, Aa., and in o.aantltles and prlott that
I not fall to Mil all who may favor nt with t call.
goods nave btaa bought tt Pule prtcti, and; will be
ataaaall advises on tost, .
... . . n . , . aT r.l
MISS M. t,. I uum, law oi new ior vivy,
will tnptrlattnd tht Millinery Department. Her
I exnarianoe In the moat laahlonablt Bitabllahment
Broadway will alone bt a warranty that tha will bt
to give entire eatitfactlon In mattert of taate to all
may favor bar with their orden.
The Ledlee of Oolumboi and vicinity will please
my atactrt thanks for their liberal patronage,
I would reeptetfully tolklt a continuance of the itme
; It h. WAHB,;
68 East Town St., Calnmbas, O.
aprll -d3a-eod
TRAVELLERS! '
TaTHXH fob go to New Tork , drive direct to tht
YY a011TJUSlftlAN UUl'SE,
BB0ADWAT, OOBNXK Of HOUSTON BTEBT,
Coifdueted oa ths -
EUROPEAN PLAN.;;
Qood fart, Good Xoons, Prompt Attendance, snd
erate unargte.
SINQL1 BOOMS SO 0T8. 75 OTI. and Sjl FBB DAT.
; ' ; DOTJBLI BOOMS and PABLO ES M0 to
Meals ss ordered. Thli Hotel hit all the appointments
ef the beet hotele, a stoat tentral location, and li heated
throughout by tleaaa. ' BAMUBL I. MBAD,
nmrehBdlaa Froprietor.
. TBBASUBT BBPABtMINT OF OHI0,( :
, , 'i : ;Oowas, April 8, 18B1. )
BATlnes) DQanlt of Cincinnati. '
ALLPEBBONHaiOLiSINeTllE CIR.
oalatlng Notes of the Saving! Bank of Cincinnati
will preeent Ine eamt al tnls office for redemption, where
they will be paid In fall.
tmrSdUa A. P. BTOrTl, Treainreref State.
HAVING THII DAT ' BOtTJ OCR
Stock ofOetrti to Btr.O. B. SKMINO. wt cheer
Sally recommend hla to ear old patron, and friende.
' thus. vr-u.wa"ee bv1i
Ooltuabss, Kanlt 9Bti,iLapl-4tf.
v
for
I
for
and
OF
oan;
The
fold
long
In
able
who
ac
cept and
Mod
3.
,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, HOW BESIOBED.
JUST PUBLI8HED, ON THB NATURE, TRKA
MENT AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHEA
or Bemlnal Weakneti, Bexual Debility, Nervoutneei.In
yoluntary EmUtiont and Imputenoy, remltlng from
Beir-abuM, Ao. ByRobt. J. Ouleerwell, M. D. Bant
ander leal, in a plain envelope, to any aildreei.pott
paid, on receipt of two itampi, by Dr. CUA8. J.O .
KLINE. 1CT Bowery. New York. Poit Office Box. No
4 580. meri!l:3mdff
MOFFAT'S 1.1 FK PILLS.
Ia all eaaet of ooetlTeueit, dyepeptla, blllloai and liver
affeotloni, pllei, rhenmattun, fevers and agaet, obetl
nate head achee, and all general derangements of health
theee PUla have Invariably proved a oertaln and ipeedy
remedy. A tingle trial will place the Life PUla beyond
the reach of competition In the eitlmatlon of every pa
tient. ,..:'
Dr. Uoffat'e Phoenix Bitten will be found equally et
ficacloui In alloatee of nervous debility, dyiuepala, head
ache, the Mesne Incident to femalee Indelicate health,
and every kind of weakneti of the dlgeetlva organi
For eale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 33S, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Drngglita owyK-dAwly
The following is an extract from a
letter written by the Rev. J. 8. Holme, paetar ol the
Plerrepolnt-Street Baptbt Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to '
the "Journal and Menenger," Cincinnati, 0., and ipeaks
volnmoe In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Una.
W'Silow'i Boomnie Svarr roa Childrxm Tax-rauiai
"We tee an advertltmeot In your oolnmne of Mas
Wuiilow'i BooTHiao BYitiir. Now we nerer eaida Word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our lire, but we
feel compelled to eay to your reader! that thia ia no bum
bug wa Hava tried it, aan Kow it to aa au it
cuiae. It It probably one of the mott luroeuful medi
elnee of the day, became it It one of the beet. And thote
of your reader! who hare babita can't do better than
lay tna euppiy." oJ7:lytJJiW
HUHHEWEIX'S
t or all THUOAT and
LUNG COMPLAINTS,
Including WHOOPING
COUGH, and every
Complaint the forernn
nev of, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
UNIVERSAL
COUGH
REMEDY.
HUSflKWELTS
Tbe Gveat NEUHAL.
GIJ HHITItSOY and Nat.
ural OPlATiC adapted
to every species of Ner
voua Complainta, Ner
vous and Cli route
Headache, rtheuma
Ham, Catarrh, Tooth
and liar Ache, Loan of
Nleepi and Bowel Com
plalnts. TOLU
ANODYKE.
No real Jnitlce can be done the above preparation!
but by procuring and reading deecriptlve pampbleti.t
be found with all dealcn, or will be cent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula! and Trial Bottlei tent to Pbytl
oiana, who will find developments In both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence lollclted from all whote neceultlei oi
enrioilty prompt! to a trial of tba above reliable Berne
diet.
For eale by the uiuai wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN L. IICNNLWELL, Proprleto
CHEMIST AND rilARMAOCUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mais.
Roberta A Samuel, N. B. Marple, J- B. Cook, J. M
Denlg, O. Denlg A Boni, A. J. Scbueller A Bon, Agenli
for Oolumbnt, Ohio. myl-dly
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO ANU t ItOM
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
KTJi! W YOIIK.
The Montreal Ocean Bteamihln Oompany't flrat-clats
full-powered Clyde-built Bteamera mil every Nat
artav trom ruKTi.Atiu, carrying tne uanaaian ana
United Btatet Mail and paeiongen,
NORWEGIAN, NORTB AMERIOAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, UIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, N0VAB0OTIAN.
Shortest, Cbeapoat andQnlckcttCona
vcyauce irom
AMERICA TO ALL FA3T8 07 ETTEOPK.
Hates of Faeaae to Europe,
&3Q, 800. SSO.
Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday
and from QUEUED every Haturday, celling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mailt and
Fattengeri, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
irrTheoe Bteamera are built of iron, in watar-tlrht
eompartmente, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
evry attention It paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion or pateengere. Ae they proceed direct to LONDON
DKRY, the gieat r!ik end delay of calling at Bt. Joha't
U avoided.
Olatgow panengera are furnlihed with rats niataea
tlcketa to and from Londonderry.
Return tickeli granted at reduced ratee.
Certificate! Utued for carryioa to and brinaineont nil-
tengere from all the prlnolpal towni of Great Britain and
ireiana, at reaucea met, nytnu line or tteamen, and
by tha WASHINGTON LINE OF BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week,
hiigrht Drafts for l and upwards pay-
aoie in aagianui ireiana, scot
land or Vt'ttlcs.
For tiaamee. aoolv at the Offioe. S3 BROAD
wax, new lor
fork, and 10 WaTLU ST.,
Liverpool,
BABEL BEABLZ, General ArenU,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC.
nolO lydltw Stateiman Office, Calumbui, Ohio.
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia,
AND A SCSI CURB FOB
All Mercurial Diseases.
It la a conveniently arranged Band, oootalntnta med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waiit, without
Injury to the mott delicate pertont; no change In habila
of, living ii required, nd 11 entirely removee Ihe die
eate from the lyitem, without producing the ilojurioua ,
euecta anting irom uie uie oi powerrui internal meal
elnee, which weaken and dettroy the conetltutlon, and
I Ire temporary relief only. By ton treatment, the med
slnal propertlee contained In the Band come In contact
with Ihe blood and reach the diaeiie, throueh Iheporee
of ihe ekin, effecting In every inttanoe a y aot cure,
and rettoring the parta afflicted to a healthy eoodltion. '
Thli Band It alto a mottpowerful AaTi-Maacoaiai, agent,
and will entirely relieve the lyitem from tht frnioUm
euicu oi mercury, niouoraia catoe are enrea in a Tew
dare, and we are eonitantly receiving teitimonlali of itl
efficacy In ageravated eatei of long itandlng.
Faics f 2,00, to be had of Druggtita generally, or can
be eentby mall or ezpreit, with full direction! for uie,
to any part of the country, direct from the Principal
Office, .
So. 400 BBOADWAY, Ksw York. -
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors. -i
N. 8. Detorlptive Circulate Bint Free.
JO Agents Wanted Everywhere.
mhS8-lylior1ilp.dSiw . .
NOTICE.
rnilE PARTNERSHIP HERETO
X fore exittlng between the lubecrl bore in thli city un
I der tha firm of AlaKea A Reatleanx Axolred bv Umltatlnn
on the flntday of April, 1801. Wm. U. Beitleaux,
willeonllnueUie buiinetiat theaime place, No.MNorth
Hlehitreet. He will pay all olalma eialait the firm.
and eolleet all tbe debti, nilng the firm nana (or that
pomote only. :
JA8. M. HcKCfl,
WM. H. REeTISAUX.
Columbai, 0., April 10, 1801. ....
I have iold to Wm. H. Beitletux my Intereit In the
builneie of the late firm of McKee A Kcitleaax, and
hereby reoommend him to the continued favor and con
fluence of the public. JA8. M. McKBB. ,
Oolumbui, 0., April 18, 1861.
; WM. H. RESTIEAUX,
NO, 34, NORTH HIGH STREET.
U t . J al . 1' "'. '
. DEALER IN r . . ;
FINB AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
- PRODUCE, PROVISIONS, FRUITS, , '
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS,
WOODEN WARE. ' ' -
C0EDAQE,IT0.,HI0.
aprll 17-lwd.
WM, KNADE & CO.,
AX TIIEIK HEW MLKS-,
BOOM, 0. m BJMTJMOBSST.i
N03. 1, S, 5 and 7 . BUT AW STB
Offer for sale their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL,
GRAND
ANDSQARE
' PftwrLPnoTPa
trrrt
1KI. ,
' Being nigniy recommended ty tne nrst croienon ana ,
Mutical Amateurtof the country, and , . ..
bvbby , ''. , ,
. irstbtjmint " -
wabbantbdiob -
IIV1TBAM.
Tht mott faitldlone onitomer may rely upoa beiae
plotted In every reepect.. ,.. a
' . uii WM. KS ABB A CO. .
ColBSibuf, Ohio
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